The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: February 16, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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., it &f\ed With the.ptmbet Number;;of JVfrflY under die title of!f!Occasional stroflg thdr pumpkin, Uvlng all struck till; iimitie ;tICOlateJl to lden&daa'. traa4-Ip Oa "
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c tbe;Hleraand' Tlse'a'll4tte.' / Sweet bllghied i-1
G Discourses.en the Negro Question. It,is ia tsutr'aayptrI wbapter'of .b Bagtafi 'tTrirt :;
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!dFl .f h4' niridxttt, the tormb'ititi'imaginary speech,':addressed! b;' ,Hex; .now'e getting,' .op their. beads. againtpt. .:it 'a 'tot work to e'f .5.j", '.- ,.{-! ." .i'.. J *fW-. Itmltbtpwbatsrillb.tht. 1 I
aftd da I rced r f.': of,aumerouf; romonar, co.,to;the Grand J tia !11 ii8tate'riinttioa iu!torn h .' bIaD '. d < 9't. .TE>4aestioa U will act vtafort.,52 J.aaswen' \ -
tLtU urrie dnU4t, vif. .be.cbarpd for all &n o ecepilau u Universal Abolition! Palu AeocUtion''' AeTodocopeteat NOTttt0' o'h0aest' rf auaa.to biro U r&DtiJrtuo iadait .Jb :bat. .Mxaply,\express 'the. cpiaSa.,thai' t t-
which tbe' fears' tuna oil u according.eo the ability I, given*them r;for-thtt lben UWa :aad rarest even.the" ,
44w ouodidtus.. fur eAFe. speaker may a" Universal ;; trite TbdlBa'tl.d: ; am' saopiiar tptcalator, ft* WaK t '
: \ One .quare,fbr Sis Month I t 110.00otk Sluggard .and Scoundrel protecting ijo* and for no other purpow.Wal. 1"cli out of iuseatiatathisk'ord l maaJtlof Joaiieichtserrlniu=.IU" briDC tbea ateetbastaoe' op"the staple to s UfVi,,
IHbtnrs and Creditors, t t TOO \Iet,." The following airs the'chief, passages: ; and it woe itto'every u; min retnilti tiroatttrimtiit'tr6ich') :td tid '-._, ..titIeI.a1'. "It,dessiaedt6risa leiwttal .. '
l4 u West Indian affairs aIFk cow ,who, by friend. or by foe pr. td.l rojn-ffulf ;toBI t 1"'Ddi a sa tie veratl '
Letter of Administration 5 00 ; as we. and y mfpatlOD,.1d'bwtl t tqaiaox EThe'alintadst3a.
for this the end ,f :,That it the
filling bil..tielnF
;0 ppifcttkw some of us. know to our eo.t;>are la.a rather d1Btuck'taupply'torthedemaad I ;'I v'&ba of Boatjoalotb sides'of the'wslcr :BO* OIab.,
;:r AU religion notice will inserted frttui-. troublous condition this good while. In regard unhappy lot jilot>"equallyTunhuppy-, cannot ,Jnj'tDe Qodl forbid t."bnt "' la d'Wm I eDaWestheAtttriPtas to'AM.cot'too,:bat;atbpve .

litca. .sty. to Vest Indian affairs; however,!Lord'J.:Bussel "otherwisevbe, provided,for man.: VVhattc.verprohibits ,1 i Teottth'Btaf k lroTfin' poJ"ilaUoa tn'.ad :: vahblathts-vgliabtobti ,rtsn 7'pritt'ouraierchsntsiasf :WWekl .

erur, rrr AU eonutwaictirfus must be addre..dAOOUITV' to. it uble.tocomfort. at i'bQn._ fact, indisputa, or preveait, :a aatt'from'tbiahli lacredappointment '9uatt nnmbera, al t Nitipp ;;;Jtt "'IDdlf, peal_ aaad;>i '.JI!e.w. ooa.t .i
C. JILI.CTT., W ttaff p.il. ble when 80' many art dubious that the Ne :>toluborisWhilesbe I. ; ?Uve i on,. :blt'aad'&vt iU rF J1; .UD iatlI'tlJj, :;Bot1rasawhich a au clvcJ.tbt Jo' 'Buu tb..anat.oLa1l: !''Cos'a L jJ' .,
WltI flj"AH ailmuMble personal eatnmuaietuow1wtlberbsrt I grow are all 1 Very,happy land'doing'welll!'. :Aitct.Yery earth,-that"1.aytj then sn'e deadUestieas: tattertttnlt'theyhie } "Iit .; lR jai. ItN JQwa. gritty :ldrli";
""' c*mrorubl. indeed Wes ntfian, Dy; tiiad'aU melt areosilled'upod'tbdv: .lii& fj -"ll ,'b.PP ;eioiighasttiait' .U .COD-.L"t.. -. ., ., -, .
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"Whites, is admitted are far from 6pj rtunity> to ardi;jelijer' tarklDg! according to the'aculty hue Y- ; .
tI tTJ Allbill*for Job Printing,mutt be paid on the enough,, hap. ing him from it. ,Iif,.b8. bit own, IndolencethatPreveals they ct, '
: '
Furott &JIID.
py ; West Indian Colonies not unlike. sinking" I.ktDf"little-mare-divlaelblsfarth''which .mu, a tar 'UT r&..--': .
9I1g' ieli'wy .t the wnrk.THOMAS. wholly.into ruin:.:at home, too toe British! and prohibitt him;theft 'his ova' the?gods have'gl'eii them.'y';Is there ;anyother! Hij wife may leave,;him, his family diaowa

ANDREU Whites are rather badly off; several millions of indolinct.it the 'enemy.:he must-be ,delivered! 'h! plntn'itit benotthat. of pigf.'fattening bier; his children run away ,from him, his oeM
cbntinuirl from: and the fim.'rijjht7. he hat/-poor Indolent daily to-the friends avoid and desert bat the
lj. them banging on the verge of famine:' J slaughterSo:will the State. speak him UX-ath-;
BBAPRR AND TAILOR.Ti1B aud iu single towns many thousand of, them bl ekh ail, black or white is, that eifamprobibited by Aridby.Atty .'' > "" .." erer follows him the grave..lt.must: ,bemost";
th MJBCRIBER baring determined to very tore put to it, at this time, not to live 'Wl'JI!,' man,< whHtsoever ,wiser! ,jmor iu ; <\ 'poor idle'Black:man,-any idle Whiffmannch nattering.to aa Englishman's pride, that poor t
his residence Jacksonville or as a- man should, in nay tense temporal or rlusirious P.&rsoa may be' peuiag abut! tvliy, shall, or poor, ft a mere eye-sorrotr to the at he may be. be has always, one.aequtintinse,
in endeavor hl.1ndoltDCt .
up permanent his fellow-citiiens *pi ritual, but to live at all.. These again, are : to eintncipute; bird t'roui' ; State, perpetual blister'on.the ski o 'of the that will call without ceremony andsbjuje blst
retfcrnt to and by taws wire mean.as I sttd .neapsE J hJni, SMte.Tbe Itst
.8 uncomfortable facts ; and they are extremely : State is la king measures nieof them PfDD1Ioat. Solitude and selfishness cannot;
for the unexpected ericnurgement which has extensive aud = to.do the work he.i* fit for. Tbit It the eternal rather exteatire'iti' : exist i ia Eagltad
important But".rheas'bear.ear Europe at this TheHaglithmaa's
ones. v time exvteaje
! hitherto been bestowed upon him, an I assures par interesting Black populationequalling law of nature for a nab' my b mficent'Hxeter and already;,as ia Paris, Berlin, and: elsewhere ery ;'t i is a partnership drainnp for, life between 4bpnusment
" them that in future he wilt spare no exertion Hall friends this, that;lie 'thall: ) bepui.nittiid 'r .
almost in number of heads one of the ; ,: ratber tremendous measures, to get its-t ricb and himself. IlIsbort,,every Eaclhhmaa -r
6.7n.. to merit a continuance ortbel.patronage. Believing of Yorkshire encourged, and if need..be com polledto do whatwork White,meir set,t< 'work Said to
; for two
h. well established Ridings and in north (iu quantityof ; alas! hf alSo may be possess shadows-
his ,
that se ;
reputation the maker 'hlm.b.l
. intellect, docility and available. hu .of t iaten'de"byttGmaking % have long tht; Negro-like ap.to the ears-ia' rim bis bw !genuine.trot. bora tbadow,;rtad )the '
. and this energy, P' ; 5 .
f to St. Auguttine place, an a superior of bim for this world, ,
and marker he to ,awn valor and''ulu ) perhaps one of the streets, kin,regonlleas or>work,' and of a,world all go- Qoversaient presentation ;ibntthere "
]lei cutter ,be begs soave favor represent un even 'Oiai .-are all doing remark ably welt. "Let me tuggest,another consideration 'with' ,*. ing to wOlfe forheir idlenessl' Exttasive,measures -, this diferencebetween.the',two,that wheretSr'
to all who might disposed to Sweet '. .il.-West In-Jia Islands, still full of waste 'Terpkibir. I say"and; his own shadow walks .bim .
,isIr with their custom, he is able to furnishgarments blighted lilie?;. -us the American, epitaph ; already (as, la all European merely,:' i after :tbaj
. htm kind of cut and finish on.the Nigger child bat it,-tweet blighted tilit'Yt'Proitucas ahiindnnt panijpkius;; ;' !lands;this scandalous year of" street-b arricades';. Ooverament shadow walks Into him, if i fcis oej '
it., of any be n ia ,Savannah equal lilies,they are holding their beads again! howev..ryou will plena".t" observe ure' not:thsole e and eh mkitig>s eihibita.) tremenJyus measures paid the moment, it_runt after\.-r '{.,:
g"e" 0 any that can procured or How pteoaant, in the universal bankruptcy requisite.for buuinn, well-being.! i : No: 'For for tb'e thing ihstnnt to be:d uf', : sANOTBS&

.Charleston. the abroad, and dim, dreary stagnancy at home, as pig they sire the one thingneedful1 but top -a; ''Tae-thing must be'done'everywaerre;; must. CUBAN IRVASION ExTsamon.A! .

'e7r Having Post Office taken' he is shop now ready formerly to execute occupiedftlthe with : it fur'EugIIUlJ too there reauutuwl'nutbtng but' man they are; only the first of faeveral {things, it the word;. \Only'it,is to terribly diiffcujt) to, despatch from Wtshington; et ),,;,New. ,

orders that be entrusted : to.suppress Chartist riots banish United Irish needful." doj; and .will take'genemtio11 yet, th'is'of get' York on Friday, stating that government has
all .
Jo promptitude AH warranted wary to fit. : men, vote the supplies, an*.. mail with uruis.cros # *t' '<#,. ting our rich European.. White men'set to ozkP.! l.en"apprized again that the Cuba invasionists,
I him. asrmeattire THOMAS AKOREU. ; red till black Anarchy and social Dent devoured uAnd now ut to.the right,;of :chief inunage-: But yours- in. the, West Indies, mfr'o od re, are about to make another attempt to carry.ioh.ir \/;

e'g No,. 10th 1849.Jacksonville 6m : UII also, us it h .s. done the.others-how pie+.- went in cultivating those West India: lauds>f;;' tit I Black; rieuds,your work, : nd the'gettingnbiyon ;, patriotic purposes, .and as.New York it>
, Jacksonville oaui to have ulw.iys this fact to fall back upon: to the right or prOperty'.eo-taHedj} and of doing set to it.is a 'tiimple'affuir 1' and' .by'diligence'the pointed out to be now, at it'was before,the Tat-,

,-J S.- lU c ROB 't' IAiiSIB; : our beautiful BLtck darlings are at lust happy ; what you like with'your own ? The question 'Indian Legislatures and Royal, of.the most important operalioijSjtbejirt,
0'.1 s : with little labor except the teeth,'isittch surer.. is abiruse enoug I.. .Who it way be that but aright Governors.'setting their faces fairly! to the pro were nil agog, know Mwhois who,"and'.wbat'r {r

K. F., ''iD'i these excellent Gorse jaws ot theirs, will not to, itieJ ptimpkirit ana other i C OMMISSIONER' OF DF.EDS for Alabama ail throe Islands; perhaps none cm: ,"except' tempo now; nor do t wish,if it cain be 'avoid ed, toad the Philadelphia Bpl1eliDhowenr..a that,

Exeter Hall, my philanthropic friends 'has atrily.'decide. ..1.'bt'Islands are good withulf p r you slates glini; but decidedly you wpfl have Pi f' the' rendezvous the new project ia, it'is said,,
; Georgia, S'uth Ctirolini, North i had its w y iu this matter. Tne Twenty Millions pepper'for sugar, for a..; ;,arrowroot,for coffee, be servants to'those who' are born ,nr.tor than. to be on the Isthmus of Danes or the Tucatan '

j. -: Carolina and Virginia.Jan.1 i ,. a mere trifle despatched with u tingle perhaps fur ciquamon 'and"precious ipipeit ;- yon, that are born 'lords of ,o.servants to: or perhapt on some convenient Island. At all,
I 1830. dash of the pen, are paid.; and fur over the evus
, ly. we hive a Sew Black pemons rendered extremely iow.inlt coiiiiuerce.iirtM, politics, .ud social developementtf .. doubt they are?),born wiser thug you. ... '. .The- are said'to bft well supplied already not.
1,F sr II. D. KE.\DItlCK, I 'free1 indeed bitting yonder with their which alone ard1 the noble product And if'stives' mean, essentially Jservai its hired I only wfch'.arms' and munitions'but with moats.

beautiful muzzles up to the ears in I uiupkius, where men (tudnoipigstwith: ; pumpkins i ) are for life*-for life; or by a contract of I ong con" and they are, going conduct- : their operation
ATTORNEY imbibing sweet pulps and juices; the grinder the purlieu concerned_ Well, ;,Ulhi. fruit too, tinuance and not easily di oluble.- -I, ask, so as not to tnfntigethetattjs- of the United

A NOC0mmellor and incior teeth ready for every new work Mud iruit spicy'and;culumert'i .1Cruit; 'spiritual und [whether, in all human things, the ''contract ol States, 2oZftnw&r '

I. vr. pumpkins cheap as gratis in those rich climates celestial,'so tar beyond.the merely pumpk n b long continuance.is not precisely the contract Ct .
: while the sugar-crop rots round ih lutlncut md grossly ter.rcn"'a lies in the West aril.i lands; .to be.desired, were'the right terms oncefound The 1i..qOrlflDl f plrappbltsti ;:proclamation

' practice in the several Courts of the ,.because labor cauuot be hired, so cheap und the ultimate' 'proprietorship? of them,.. ''for'it I' Servant hired lor'Ufe, were't be'right, from, the Pt,esidcatseroking.the ex*
; WILL the :I whyi 1 suppose' jt ail.-vesGiubiw.aho. .can the'. terms once toned which"I ; equatnr or .authority otfitpor,Carlos dt.SE
sstern Circuit, an'1 in the t'ountiesofHillsborocgh are pumpkins ;- at home we are'bui. required ,: do not pretend, tbej wbb
the Cuban made
/H. aDd.Benton of the Southern Circuit to rasp from tbe breakfast lo-ivet of out tut educe trout them xhaiererut'iioblepruduc, e are, seems to nte-iimcbpreferable.to serrant hired ;a pane consul to" ciucb'ioise
of .1 ilh. own English laborer, tome alight :'differential t I' they 'were reateil, fit l(oryieldi: g. He, 'I com.' for the month, or,bvcontract dettolablejo I, in 'ther Bey ;aMuctiok l'('meV' ,:..TheTrue
dutte..' it',tbe'tue'reiiKVicegereut.of Maker1 there la day. An .Delta il. quite sat0ai'aat;. J t/::Aaiid; ;;among"> _
Tampa,#ay, October 28 tb 1849.-nov.17. sug Isr- and 1.ud a poor halt million or u pute. iU-situitedse.rj4att; .ttl&t"aril>!. .
._- -. few poor'millions now and then, to keep that : in him, better and better, chosen, and not in grown to be nnnadic\\;' tW n'whcIZC'and bii a great'many ther tiin.b&' ",1 utUowtni;es..i
t. IABI.Bte P. roOPATTORNEY B, beautiful state of matters going on. A stat 01matters I another it the property' vetted by/ decree of master a good relation comet easily spring;' the' subject:t 7 ;
lovely to contemplate, iu these emancipated lieaven't chancery .itself? up 'W._ cannot conceal, nor,affecj(io conceal,1our; _.
# "To state ajtonisbnent_at this,'ttrange// and unexpected t
of the human and
epochs mind ; which hat articulately pat into I bract!a'
ANDlt.tireell.t earned lit not only the praise of Exeter Hall, i "Observe, my friends, it'wtt not Black Qua- ble L.wbooks what on all sides isjfttr from tht document none;the,lets strange froia the faCet
: A' law. Weat India Black t it beat;the date ('the 4th, and finds''tn*
and loud what
longeared hallelujuht of laudatory psalmody heEl or tbo!e he represents that.made those ; relations the Et mal
from the Friend of Freedom of West Indi Jsltqdt Maker Aat established between these light on the 16tb insssaacr!ost leaving sufficienttime
every i what theJ'l1re, or can by.any too creatures '
resumed his will devote for Carlos de the :whom it .
I phere but favor it it he considered of His what He bat Etpana, culprit .
HAVING lusting ( hoped) from tne hypothesis to have the right 'c f ; written do wo, witi: '
exclusively to its practice,throughput i intricate but ineffaceable affects to ati gmtA; xe, to pbte himatlf the no*
Heavenly aJir'bich; may :,t growing' pumpkins there. For countless ages record, legible toes a
the Eastern Circuit of Florida. torioos schooner": Marl Elten,- .aad'triinsLtfe;
least justly to the untlask .ince first the of dtdbum: appeal Heavenly powers, they mounted, oozy, on backs respective, qualities
Jacksonville E.Fla. No,. 10th 184 t : himself and baggage Uyondihe i of
ibeut, if ever in terrestrial procedure,they earthquakes, from their dark bed in the Ocean strengths n necessities and capabilities off each jurisdiction'
the State whose b'e baa
saw tbe match of it ? iu the and saluted: the of tbe two ; this will be authority beenculpibiy, .
SPENDER Ot BAfCBB, Certainly pas t deeps; reeking Tropical tau a, a long problem, only tc permitted to under ." ;.
history of tbe human species it but no parallel; and over onwards till the European \\, man be solved by continuous humane endeavor, andearnesteffort trample ;

SttorntlS at iLa\D, nor no hopes will it have in the future. first its them some three short centuries ago, ; gradually perfecting Itself;u experience Golden Prospects'cf Col Frssnont.=Tht Iii

JnekNNvItIc, ilia. '' Sunk in deep froth uceuus of'Benevolence,' these islands bud produced mere jungle, eavage- successively yields new light to it.- Philadelphia News contains letter'froiri;'Wash '
'Fraternity. ; principle, 'Christian ry, puitoa reptiles, and,iwatup-malariu,; till the This will be to fad the right terms' of a cot itrnd io g ton, stating' "that letters have been'received '
WILL practice in the several Courts in the Philanthropy,' Mud, other most amiable White European first taw them, they 'were a.ifDot that will endure and be sanctioned by Heaven:, by 'Mr. Benton'from Col. Fremon ,'ln which the
Circuit of Florida; in the U. looking, but most buselestf, and in the'end baleful yet created,--their noble elementslof cinnamon and obtain prosperity on' Earth, betweentbi indefatigable explorer states' that'upon a piece

& District Court Northern District of Florida; and bewildering jargon-sad product o: ,sugar, coffee, pepper black und grey,'. ly two A long problem, terribly neglected bit b< of.ground'purchased by him, near the !boy of.. '
Supreme Court. at Tallahassee; and prosecute a sceptical Eighteenth Century, aud of poor human ,. ing all asleep, waiting the White enchanter ho erto;whence these'West Indian sorrows:, and, San Franciscbj i'a gold mine'bos.been discover
claims before Congress and the Departments hearts left destitute of uny earnest guidance should say to them, awake! Till the. end of Exeter' Hall Monstrosities,just now!" tI ed which in magnitude'and wealth'excedsany.thing -
of Government at Washington.Jos. and disbelieving that there ever was uny, human history Bud the sounding of, the Trump of the kind ever found in California. 7 It.
McRoccKT BAKU $. SrcnccK.Jan. Christian or Heathen and reduced to believe of Doom"thel might'have lain to, hadQu.uihenud "What then Ispraotloaliytobedone 7 Mr ich, is not a placer,'but a natural mini;' ia'wbicL
6,'49. ly in rosepink Sentimcntalism alone, and to cultivate the like of him been'the only artittt.in the very much my friends" to which it hardly i tlu 1 the virgin mineral ia concealed.inallitt.purity'-- ,
--- tbe tame under its Christian, Anticnris- game. .Swamps, rever jungles, man-eatiug Caribg < to me to allude at present:; but all this of j ,ier< without being diffnicd"by'' volcani*'actionthroughont
P II IMP PBA BB dan, Broad brimmed, Brutus-headed,and other I ,rattlesnakes, and reeking waste and putrefaction feet equality, 'of cutting quite loose from on s another whole acres,and lost in.for soda r.

4'1f Q)1iNmY forms,-bat not the human species gone strange ,.thia bad been the produce of ..themunder ; all this with tiaunigratioan happen e the surface. Gbdey, Preuw, and 'otheta'of'hidr; : .
AND roods during that'period ; and poor Exeter the incompetent Caribal'what(( we etof ll of black peasantry,' and'the other melancholy eariy uaocia&eswhom,' be'took*with bim'on bis
fcounaellot atJACUOMVILLE lam Hall, ,cultivating the Broadbrimmed form Cannibal) pQstesdort till that\ titne; Quash stuff taut has followed from it'will.first'of all, toartbitheraretliecoadnctorsoYthe'aiin"aadr

Christian Se timental ltD und long talking and knows himself," whether ever he1 could. have i a. require to be undone' :and isre the crpuiad sire how, accprdinz'to.these letters" #in affluenei
bleating.in that strain, has it not 'worked outa traduced an improvemeaHim had he by a cleared of it, by way.of preliminary to Mote g..1'Already and':Irield.a: ,'moneyed" influence' 'mori

WILL attend to any professional basinets result! ? Our West Indian legislating, with. miraculous 'chance been salted, thither; the '- one' hears BIII k'.4daytl,8 ete patent than':the; wealthiest of our-Atlantic nibobs. .
, to him in the Courts of the their tpoutings, anti-spoutiugs, and interminable ,Caribult would'have eatr:, rolling him at a .fatluortel which' seems a promising arran;emtot, one ot Hny.tbeirahudoei:! ; aster growl lest and
Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts atTallahassee. jiijgle[ nnd babble,our twenty'millions down under ttheir tongue; for him till the ,the first to.suggest itself ia tnch' a complicacy. their pipes'of which the"lee'lf.lJ1..mlO; psilionateJy -
He has also such an advantageous on tbe nail for Bl.cks of our owu ; tbirl1sru. ioiindiAgoftbeTrumpotUuomtlieratdnnuh ; lee It appears the, Dutch Blacks, in Java, are already fond nijverctaseto, ..curl with. the .
connection with an able Lawyer at Washington dual millions more, and many brave Briarlives and savageries would ,, held on, their W i y. a kind $tA<1scripttt after .the,manner pIth smbke. pcomfortknd,contentment.!" 'I.a. '
I City, as will ensure a prompt and spec to boot in watching Blacks of other peo. It v.g not be,,then.it was another than be old European serfs;;,bound, by royal;aathor- ." -',, ,
II ,4y collection! of such claims as may be placed ple's ; and now at lust our rninvdsugir-estates. NeerbY-'orf of biscould one" pumpkin have sty, to'girea many days.of.work a year., ltn I /n bjf! h.tnj ag.iinst, the.United Sweet I differential sugar duties .immigration loan,' grown there to sohce u'py bumtn throat ; nothing thin something like a'real appyoximation;' tb.e arylAud'House oi'Dtlegd es' on' Tburiday!autborising .
Sept. Stb,1b49. ly : and beautiful Blocks sitting there up to tears but savagery und reeking putrefaction could first step towards all manner of such 1 Whero-+ the Attorney''Oeneral Maryland to .
in pumpkin, and doleful Whites setting haregroen there. Iheaie"plega.nl"pampklI ever, in British" territory,'there exists a, Bock: tent, bettfie the'Supreme Court if necessary, the: :>
CHARLES IlAUCTIONC 4 AL here without potatoes to eat: never till now,! ny'therefore are not tys; ,.no, they arc snot. h man,and.nse.dfal wqrk to the just extent is not paeerofhlsgistruteeiNc>York city, to;discharge
KB. think,did the sun look down on such a jutnbie ,er's; they are bill only under conditions; conditiont i- to be' got out of him,such a law,ia defect. of aeok from''custody fugitive .l'. The casein
JAOKSONriLfE E. F. of human nonetense;-of which, with the two which'Exeter Hull,',for;! the present, has -ter, should ,be brought to bear upon said l polnf3i! h tot 11 :Ltj!of Frederick; WM

f3r BALD in any part of the County,attended hot nights of Musing-Despatch 'Debate, Uod forgotten;;but which Nuture and,the,:EternalPowers awe'owsPaaYlaws'oilikeporpottcoace'n na.- some timesiaceartestedhii"ranaxay''ssvtis!
to and respectully solicited., grant that the measure might now.at' last be have by no mauner of means forgottea ,ble tome of them,.might, be brought to hear nati p. New Yorkj'but the sluire.'was subsequently ait- .
Jacksonville, May 6, 1848AGENCY full But no, it is not yet full ; we have but dout all'tnomehts.keep in mind, undj; on the Black'man' and the White, eittiall l defspatch charged.by one of the;;Magistrates,and aliow'M
!long way to travel back, and terriule flounder- the right moment, .will,. with the due imp rea., ; by'rityofioludoa instead of:diteolution to etcdpe. -The'"bill. 'uJso provides for paying
Tags to' make, and in fact"nn 'immense load ot siveneas, perhaps,in a.iuther terrible, manner,, too'their, complicated nits just BOW On,the Mr. Lee the expenses incurred in bit unxncceaWful
nouetvuse to dislodge! from.our. poor.heads! fttidmanifold brj g'against our mind also! whole; it'ought to I be> rendered possible, ought.it effort regain possesjiich of'the raD4wa1.'f.J .-*
OF ., ,
cobwebs not, for Wbite'meuto"1ire'i beside i ,Black ; ; | i i T -
rend : tjtfjj
to from
uur.pour eye s. '-lf Quothee will not honestly rid tn bringing men, ;
DR. S. 8. riTe 11',8 before'we get i into tbe road again, and can begin out those tiig'irt, ,cinnamons,.and nobler ,products and .in sortie just manner to commiind Black,men. Xo m'. CHUJJEEJC.-.The members of Ke-

jDKLRoRAT-BD: UBQIC1N to act serious. men tb.it have,work,to,Uo of the:West luUU; Iandll! 4f'sic the''benefit and prodaelt' Indian fruitfulness br means :suth'sismily.! .co'hsiatiiig! ofwomen aad chlidrtV.,*" ,
in this universe, and no !auger at windy drat i 1 of all mankiudy then 1 wiy'aeiihet! Will,the'poovertbadowi '. .Tthem ? WeatlDdL' fault Ineaawil need td: .who'Te iu arrest huve btwD liberated.A guardiatf ,
Utcd by him with du' *$.uA *sucfcjt in the mentalistt that'merely'have.speeches'to deliver ,"pe mir;;eu( he to oontiuue grot'iag 'p- be produced. lrthi'.BDgliili.canl: o ':fi bd ibe "a Hdogarianand Proiesrant, nasbeenap- f
cure f- and despatches to write. lOb ,Heaven, in .W sal ef'ktua their r hi..own lull teladiC; 'bUG. will 1 method for\'tbat"they.,,l hiayYret'"atsured':; pointed by':go veruraeni': to Superintend the cJu..cadOD "

Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, 'Indian:wauertr, and ty all' l&ii9r matters ,.' Deer.biin'q ;" 1'a bYlr" ',r, la:1 gon rd will i ucotbef come'(Brother Jonathua:or still''a. 'of the children to defray the expenses ofwhich.uavery .
Aslhtim Ht'art I Diseases it .it to J'itJ.1'u.: the gore it the sorrow!! rich ground him.und allthatpartake 'nu tliervthocac); Jieit iawkoiiiYthtt gods.will. liberal 'grant'hts'"benttsade" :
g j.,
Dyspepsia 'fhe; Wa"wdaeL.b app'e.ra, tire ?hort of lab witt( biro, -perhaps iuva very.;',terrible bld'contipnea,tbe,West.:Jadlq.btlding us, Ba Ja' mil be fortifledoa.'a.great'_scilaJ fievsatbwers'areto

Gonorrhoea Piles FemaleComplaints or; indeed it very conceivable in those',cirouuuumjcM manner. Fori;.under fuvOr.orSxeter Hall, the ignominoutly j .Depart y a qouck-riddea Inoompeteat'n. I be erected'.oa'the'motiiitsr" # 11. ;
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,, &c.. & } ; where the Buck man'by' 'working Herri ble manner1'is'not?quite"extinct with the .'A K, 'J-;, Tl '* round'tbe.fortress.; 'e ''?.* :-. 1q a >+ .j .

ALSO atlout.half w B hour a day (4nob is the calcula I 'Jjiwtiniea i inthii; | ;;Uuivertefrnor{ : will:it...quiteqease '. .oo _' ._ ., . f"'J ---ot'J----' "' .tel r..If.
tine can ; ,Nrntto YsatsBOaatisAriot<.-A rart
) lpll"huuelrJ by aid ur sun and toil i CMSWI'T AWOW Ix.'A
Dr. S. S. .Fitch' Li apprfcheud/for iuti''wvrdefr oripbibnrthropic geatleoan tells,us a
SuPam'sera, S/iqul_ with us WlICO' umptan' i"will iuffice,he U.like '::oi'oriip-oruiory:tl9w.or,bencetonKr> y'No; good"story.of one'of bit douieitict.Having eo- subordination,? weshQwiwejf u id DclrIsbts; ; b to :
Bract, InAaluig !'uou, and icc- ly to be little tit to raise into cant work!_ .. the godt wgb] besides! pumpkiuiK that; .press and .. ployed new female servant be sat down in thtparlortbeeveaiagafter. 'among the' negroes ;.oa .on tor:.two !

tutU on t:ontttmptwn,.aaa tat Supply and demand, which,science rays:, should valuable Pralubtr'1e 'grown m ,.their t'It'llat: .';to !tit citil -game'of plaatsi'tioaaoatbeooaatbel I tiiit'soitTIiAJ"Dlgh
art,of Life and, ,.be broughtto bear upon him batefan uphill diet P thus much '" nave Ueclared in'so nta k ,,hist'lirithbiserife'r; : aad'a ofa ghbb res. cince.. while the regularlv organised tp*
prcstrpuig .
tl k of!>, ugh man.. } / L's..u The :roi were going:the asoaltduadii ii was s tacked .
\& a sun ; aext morning. myladyXf-'the' ,
.Health tq'Ultl I f Si'rong suplies 'Jpg theYeit. 'ndiesl'io8nitel.f:auto; hfl, ; .help "obiserved "- .
dQtt itself
gratis ricbWil' .ia'tuobeunwopiSo that manful' iutua'-Fa tour menic P1't'Iielr': : + ,tbit,'.!?.thtf cara-playiag muss be'pat a. b1'lJUmbero negroes from:the:plants :
&c., & half pi'opled wgipus'ulinott gratis j'-tbwe are tlest: iriiil 'i,uc'iadolent"l: u.l itf; t 'tle' atop to-or,rhe should bo pbligU ,to 4eave-she of'P.;G/Floytiit,'tnd Doe- meraUr oft,p.trttf

I hare been appuiuea A,cui cur the:tale pi A jiupply.j! .and:,tsactioue''diceoted ,!ixponf.ht ,boxgier..hti J." ,;" beirutiundaa>!'p mpkioal. Ido't, approve oVtbe pructiceiand i neVerallowi was severely injaredi:: On9pftbe' : :aegTQesooflctraedla .
the above utiJ will H1*;will.prucIuo PUlUpidr' ghich, hit:;.rtr ihil' ?* uetured bbl edit,ia famitieaxbireaih.livsd.; : Bo* 'Pti.fiii&b : t .e attackaas_ oeea arrestedMCf 1
UooJs; seep them coott nu iXuiidt i. .Both things, fii1 if6'e r immortU -. *,* ,. rtrfr/t'ojji 111I. ', "- ''
ly ob head at n> / il; wore, > ati the_ YpVa ot .ttie'tort Y.'ate'lU.iik'o; sj'Itt ly gods hatndeoi H ed.passed'8ibtJir;.eternul. ? t* '_ '. j -y h' r <. ,: -' t
; .- :"t eaiilae.nerds, z account'Witb a'Jppll 1 lCl"ae'm ,s D r.-Frin1dlz: ndeaToriBg; to kits,turki i
1'wiip, Taiipa ii-.v/fii. act of parliament for'un4 ooi.'b bf.tbeo, thoughailterrestrialpiiiaaieuigan ? ,
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aot r 8 itou'G.it. ot.K1AA J
'ind: o H ltstooiLALir ettet
'Ur.: L. .D. R'IG8. li the l(, torcaiwte Wti ite ; entiauoppoiiteit aotlcpirideh r .aiedthtwhotebattieryr
i t.a... mm ofibei&.iropialloaiUtieaHebimascapao& ; ( bt' be Mi'lf, li4tlD. b. tuE ut ctil'tyAbrstt libissteadof : of the earlyipanbf orcmbeYfraet: 4lforai I
elf W thediwtci''sbaVl donej ;:Quahee 1( ; I.D
t- Dt.Fitcb.* "uuu dr,.. ; ; : ; states tbittbe of the ah1 !Areiit t a (
ta,1sYRW rrortit: .uell'1 borxtulip wiUnot'b.t itittis''ngout :Bill'
I till putfollowing'
Tern! irccaooi lp .pt, ,.t4 get '
i'oruroetiout ; ,
prorotiug tietstthelpd In* &. a1i; i 'couiitetbbel .. .k''igQOne, ,. ... r nud some time before+ beea':offcrip rW1cn u l
:: Sunk.to'iVeiiioib hiD fl m:4e:' a'v*i gwti'1.lifC1j'( Mato .Ufbt -,.c., d.A. 'or''I'. ._< 1. :a ..
to'Aioihers ia the < i'ftw a tlii _
emeatot San Fraincisco laaioC S 00 fox [ .
hil'N Pki : ? tas | ; t ;i
liitdrea, !' tiuy \t. .t4g at ito; py ca1.t1i w;elod.much.I'rP ,a.. :.btl'.1i.z-Ia.iiaeiihariue., u k. 'i,llttle;ltiugl .t 1ill preset beenl': '' ; t i a thai&hi i CO Nett .r'oak" *- ..."1., !i'
for U Atia&ore jiiitwfe. f ,lie,- beneQ:m.!whi.othe. 'tngtboas,4, >a11 LDO t; Wka. a'o1F- ;. : &*: & J ,
4o" '.11Uoc1it. 'io'li : *
the $
xo Jew fortunate.white m.U's Me- "tuOom'( : '1 fto' r't'. :'liHi11.a 'r '1. ; $ : .1." .
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l1Perr.w. Hattie gber for sae .
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,;od m.J !. !] J t };t ,4 Kcincay for Northern Paupcr1i8H .i"w'si; f|jnt p m8 ; by 191r. rm' 7,'.CUl..Ik" C

t From.:.Cnllfomla.'J. J s1owfliztiic ) :11 ** tljj .
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\ 1 eiDlr JJ1 sh i rit ; <$ The recent report of tbfcTf&liejf" of the'jlic4 t .f'JA P!r ll ,* etfrtbeJUiCe( loss f 'l t"t 4'44w1t& .

l. 'I'. ... .. ..-.4q t 1 -. oTNew York, exhibiting cj C i rmous ri o.nt rr.t i ; Oti H .. 9rh lt.f 1hSe t 1,

r.' lette ; ti.t t e squalid wmt'prostitution and habitual crime"iitlatcity ensio1'st: his StatesJj iptro4aced the rotfct".
vine1I wlfto nfly tride.41. Lt has stricken a.momt'ntary. shame L tnl t' -1'O A
..1"f t.i'.t';\ y !:. r.u' .ti-'I.b.t"r tb o li t1 rt :. pt eS"\T 1S".jmiSi;I -.t '' .e. lw' ,. .J, Qn.. h .iPt. .' .'JQ u. Jqgi1, -I g.tre"olutont." .. !.";.. '"'t ziiD1'tik.4ttk'hbehIesjabi
/effi t h .. .1r.h tI ttj prating of the moral superiority of the North ; ding it.. 1'e.julC _stood 'at"the ') v ,
1 n,;, IJ jSS KSONVl1.Di..a' ,. remarEtattitude -
) ;q FEJ8RUABYf 9 1850. .ypL-.j it
T. TDR :orer the South; glorifying the dignity of free I tieymon of ea. l.9.,4. \tl .
T .: Tbeonly.opportunity for.geU: -labor,and..clamingexclusive;possession of t the .-- ... ,,'.. "- -1"" " f.B rr.g.charomet ;Sac adjust a&Mbfr ill eXUltlDg'< : qustzono : a
ting this letter on board.the,next.;Steamer .that, Territories of.the United States, on the, grpund '-4 Ge..rlh, JU e"oD. r.und: the sugar is consev troyersj between,them rising out of th9jtkithreorer W,
I may have Occurs at this time: !so Lnust.write Iheffastidiousness Northern freedom II't'hO't '.' t9r thr .J j 1"fi ttVJt-F"'A1. .. tlmtiorfof
' tha> 1'Bytb.tbat "S', pc'p ers 1\1 : .f'fJ 10 mWryVap n a.fair:fqW'l l_
vl wished, vwhen md '
rite to.havesomething
though ; guentl of-vcr qulhty. .rne
Could I nevcr.be brwigktltOp partake the soilJn'staringhem i rl. ..
t. more definite to say 4han Iriow haye, ouiithonwjtk; t slav4pWers Tbyowfin44t; 1 8i.\V. .r1.. b1t ij'ti lltg11f, ," r'i. ",' '_A. 'W1r Rtio1mli Tba"C UQ:1 .i sn1tisi4 M
; but malls and post offices hero are.notto bere. :! : ; : -.t.-4.jti *'' *? t. -S 1<. ibt.1 .jle ;, : ..ii ivlt J q 9Zt '
in thefa frO rought herapplicatloqrtp.be5p!.
Jbe .reports g-f n the,ele ction beId; ofj BeRre en; t upon
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lied on,and an opportunity nuinoxjuaintan.eeis ; ) 'J : :nif r .I" nnt.
that Hero oftletA1pti Qtatea M.
; theirjuWn officers, .la,AQ not to bCJ1tglected..rt.Beforethi. $, mother will (shamelffs iuad t incurable! 3 becausebeginmngfcWitK I .>, ,& ..t .or w; jc :, .J :" .1, :\( -a 1r.O.. ,t *;?*i,(lif Sy .1f1f_ ifij t1lt fe1 rt d 'ttbii. bQii, S clan;l"\'i'Ct.' ,
have received; y :letter from..San.Francisco. ; : '. .,.-,.,._.' .., ... .., p to exc1usio ti} r :
:the beginning ifer) existing, irictf G hat .aant C ounty:has. ;; gi,v.en.atmaorUdfAofor'Mf. 11' "' si1 'i1.-. ,t ."""\-1 r "'>tj'w ? .., : ... t e -. 1dffCttd f--
informing;her of our arrival and probable jdestinalion. 1r/: ;*!' ( :,' ,
: within; beftymt.gter\ t We proceeded immediately_toSacramentoCitjrand ; aBVsoS ,l sot'Il That as-':
efe4 in thewhqie populations 9ftblaveokUng.EStates. ftiateatethat; .f 'rri 81aYer1 doeal1o !exlt
7 '' it'greon. 5b'i' '
.from that p1aoe--here, \where. Some'of these\ p're sea..are' .crying;'out .; ; r 7i i f:'' ;fin\i'lg' V fg: 1'4 ?- l J I i c ZS'o "h 5d1 ua r'44r4niry ; '- 'lawrid lsnot likely'to.bs inUoductd.iDeo-

we'have: been for.three weeks At hard.work.In'these .; ... 'Wh shall bev done,* ,.The \NvfYviMerchan.ta'/; &nergaitiof4G8 ;o1s ovpr he JJl : !g td t. tt .t p ;! tlL cIpwbicht f th Tenit.ot\ quire4 b1""thl. D e B '

three weeks wehave:,not inade.for.latheslyet :;DayBook'answers.'the'Question: thus; 83,. .big. r ,. k < .Yff: : "it1ast.C'ugressiozaL ";'} .. ha 'llf:1'fOntlnoou": rom the republic of Mexico, it is Inezpeien\,''I
I assure you when I! that. a great deal has.been. 'to slavery!. Let our legisltvture pass.a.kwv that lidle'tioulit the fe'i"o'fe''bhqt 'J acke* ; :c.u J.rltiO1.p,I ',cl'o 9. rt.It d.j t. \ t R .9F: Mtroductionitito or exclusion tro'p, I' f(
accomplished in-getting here-well and table.,to ; take these andjdrunken .. : Pof ,tha.said territory/ind 'that
whoevertwill, dissolute;, ; .4. -.*- y.1 v SN7 S : u N it : $4.i ;0 peniI4of'perha'psfiftiearsand; tv s ( 'appror 'T
commence The aULirds did not remain with. parents, and take care.of; them .and their off. will be.elected: ,, ,. <. '. '. I.d 0.4 iternlr l-t&irn ,f' } 'j .Territorial govermenfs Bought' to -be estalS
usis! I wi'ote.tbey would' but.went South to the spring,'in sickness and in, heal thrclo|\e (them,' 1". ,I' if'. "l .... "_. .,, J, lJJ-r. ,; .+ rt..i.\Ihsewo, .i- lished by Congresrin all of rthe said Territorr tot .
San Joaquin. Our party. was composedof aMrPints .feed and house.tbera>;:8haH.be, J!legally,entitled to IrIr..Corlle. 'V. UnSbier1.' ... objects of'culturebeing incapable of p assigned as the,boundaries the Pl'Opoaect t
}of Orleans, Air Lindinburger ..for' their s ervices;j' and let the'same Legilaturede* ..1 1.:.: : .1' ,: ":!l : State of a1iforDia..without'the. adoption of.
merly of! "Tallahassee. Hon.,Louis Aldrich, and cree t whoever. recelycs ,*.he8el.parents, and: We.ealCth/atteotiQnlof- J *)*e v -til''Qti r;:*readers" I"**'. 'p'r. m fiJ Ms m )t qV restriction or condition on the subject of.s li" t
Mr. SanG E'-z of'Newnansvil1e. ,(all old acquain their services shall takecare.oft1ieriz ,' .
children obtains very'EU ,
: to a (host remarkablearticle/ .upon;ourGrsipage lbs.ofseed/cdtton; / per acrei and-what : 4: '- :' : J. .
tabcesbuPiuts.) Mr..Gorin and, myself.We Resolved Thatt'ieW stejn,
were induced to stop at this place from representations Editor aslon.g prooeedsto..say as they livfe"They with simple Laftributed't1h" !| ; p>,p,:CMr. : 6.* eft Ej .;r rihlf:1ii: ; :rePi {)GJ:. Stat?, of Texas, o obgh.to to fixed bounday on 'theflf ot' 1)efA th 1 J

made tots, and try before proceeding truth 'CARLYLE; .We say.remarkable.because'. .1'8. th'&?fac.t/ihatta'J.1arg. "p'ortion' of this Norte,tcommenC11g onemarine: league fro i fta, )
further,' I will Jtry and give you some idea,of "In the slave'Siates'o"t this country there is } J : %' : mouth and running up-'that ri'terto the SotftSi"

the kind of work-we found it to be, .aud.the lessof, itthan, .any.where else in the world. In it?evinces- '(the' 'great change<*" which* *"*- has? ;land Jr) { q jje Y fir Q cuii_ J;, er ;line of New Mexico;thence, with that,.* ;:

way we went atit. -.In the.first place,.we found- fact there.are,no such things as poverty, want taken place in, the opinions of the thinking -, in 'canewithout .ay d.iminutionIn the' 'Eastwardly ; and so continuing to the lame
the gold to be where the creek was last season and starvation among the slaves,. .Such degradation y %% 1 .ki 'dir et-cJlr. rthvlineas-e8tablished between 4h, .
and where will.be next ,the 'only water be. and misery as are pictured in the reportof men .of Europe, and those jtqp of .anripatproducu' undersusevereq_ irja '.United Stateaand Spain,excluding any portion"

ing in fewJioJcg, all of which happened to be the chief of police. cannot exist in a Southern the" most, democratic tendency,, u" on, f..f its powerfr-nnd-without* the aid of a' of1ew ,Mex\c'V\ w. hethe.l1ing on the Eut cr
at too great distance from the spot:we judged city. Westf that river. j4'4' dtj
richest to carry our earth to.. Perhaps I should And thuj comes, as the Editor well says, not the,point of philanthropy '!in' slavery.In :- ,particle' .of manu/eV : Resolved That it be proposed to the State o -\'

have commenced by stating thai the gold is obtained because of the superior charity and morality of I his younger days, \Ir. C4 Yyas, It is arnaiterof every.day experience Texas, that the United States will provide foi
by washing the earth in pans and ma- the the of all that
the Southern people, but because master,is payment portion of the
chines,called cradles, and separating the gold bound equally by law, opinion and interest, to WQnt.tp "vent 'his bitter sneers,; at thie rin. ,vj tli
from the sand and pebbles by a sieve. Just provide forhis slaves. If he cannot fulfil this consistency, slavery with the. free IP, whether virgin hammock,: orluJ.d made tracted prior to its annexation : imagine a common child's cradle, with a box in, condition then for that very reason the slave : StateS'and for which the duties on foreign irn. .
.one end for holding the earth as it is dug. On immediately passes into the possession of',one stitutions -of. the. 'United. States., $ We.J fertile by .the 'addition ,.of manure;-is ports were pledged, by the said,,State,to it j i .

this the water. is poured while the cradle is who can. The Editor then draws this just ad are happy to perceive that he has learn. eminently adapted.to; the: production of creditors'not; exceeding the sum of S-... iaconvtsiderntion
rocked, by whih process every thing is carried sensible. conclusion: of the said dutiea,so pledged, having *l '.
below but the large pebbles and stones. The "It is to be hoped, now that these philanthrope eil by experience the emptiness of his. sugar ,cane, bu'ti..!remained for the. enterprise been'no longer applicable to that; object after.. i

gold with the earth is then again washed in pans pists know how:.miserable and degraded New farmer. arguments ,. and that however. .and perseverence of Capt. S. to the said: annexation., but having' thenceforward-( %-
and carefully separated. From this you will York is-.and all large free cities are.equa.1ly became 'payable: to the United States, and upi
form some idea of the importance of water, which bad-they-will turn their attention.to the workof plausible his phnan hr hY, was. in the demonstrate to MS the practicability of : on the condition, also, that. ,the'.8aid"S te of,&; ;

I we foundso scarce; and not being able to (io making it better before they make Charleston, ory, it was exactly. the reverse, in prac- growing this desirable object of culture '.T xas shaiy by some solemn and authentic .aoto-, .
without-it, we determined to dig for it. Savannah.Mobile,and New Orleans worge." of her Legislature or of a Convention relint: i:
The whole party accordingly set to work, and Just and sensible in itself.but it will not be're. tice. Give the negro his. exemption: profitably on exhausted. old fields, Jive quish. to'the United States any claim which it'
After a hard day's labor succeeded iu gettingit. where the advice is needed. For.the has of Jew Mexico.
cognised from labor, the duty and means ofhap- years: iri succession not without to'any part
It soon failed, however, and we were forcedto moment these philanthropists will roll their I' only Resolved, That it is inexpedient to ,aboljgh'slave ? .
dig three other boles before we could get eyes and smite their breasts; but the thousands piness of'man,and he becomes a mere i any.dirnihution, ,but with.a manifest:Jm- in the District of Columbia whilst thkt

enough to use S we should all work together, the rocks being benefit frpm their theatrical coo miserl1tionnor, provement yield. Maryland? without the consent of, that State, j
very heavy and unwieldy, None of us' being will the South,have any rest from their denun- Tlijf presents a, strong practical argument without the consent ftf the people of the District,
accustomed to work, we were all of course con- ciations aud aggressions in consequence of this 1'he''lUuils.. 'in 'favor of rotation and'without jusVcompensatioa'ta'the owners off.
siderably used up. One of the party returned exposure -of the character and extent of free On Tuesday l last the Steamer GASTON ,a .of crops, slaves within the, District, ,
to the city in disgust, after the first day. My pauperism. Self-emendation is a virtue, ]labo and forcibly establishes the inherent. Svt Resolved. That it is, expedient J\.a. to ft prohibit
hands were covered with blisters from handling riouspai nful and costly: They coujd' not hopeto broke her shaft: and a considerable portion but hitherto'- overlooked ,"within the District, the slave trade in slaves: >

spades and pix-axes, but are now in beautiful attain i speedily. 1)etamationofothers can of her machinery; while off the ;;' capabilities'of brought iqtp it from',States or places beyond the
order for-working. So we picked, and spaded be practiced: extempore in perfection costs no- : our worn lands on the River St,. Johns limits of the District,.either to be sold thereinas
and washed and at the end of the week mouth of Black Creek., ,She was towed
involves self-sacrifice merchandise :to be
thing, no'; only no painful that or transported 'to other
by :proving however exhausted
divided out to each man the neat little sum of but to Ellitors like tbem of the New York Tribune to this place by the'Government 'steamer I markets without the District Colombia: '
two dollars and ten cents per diem.V e then i and Commercial Advertiser, is a species of they .may be nn..tmiutermuingJIUC, -;' J&.y0/w That mor.e ,effectual provision
divided ourselves into parties of two, Nr.Gorin I Monmoth where she will be compelled -
luxurious: self indulgence.-Mercury) i cession of 'and ought fobeindeb3"law, According to the requirement -
: corn (
and rnyselfcomposing one, our profits for the to remain:until her engine.can 'be cotton'ops, they. of the.Constitution :fofjth restitution -
next week were seven dollars and fifty cents GEORGIA. I still retain t'hejr. pi'isiipe ,i&Qr'in rela- and delivery of persons bound to* serviceor

per day each,and for the last week eight.. The House. of Representatives at :Milledge- repaired. Thus within the last three lion .to labor in .any State; who may escape. into .
This,you see,indicates some improvement; yetI vill, on :iNiiurday; last, after an animated debate weeks steamboat on the mail line sugar cane', State or territory in the Union. { + :
consider that I have gained more in experience of three days, passed without amendment and every Resolved' That Congress has no power to
than the whole amount gained would be by a decrisive vote, the strong and .comprehensive between Savannah and Palatka, has Payment. ,of eJl.Jq'fh1 Y
worth to me obtained in any other way. All the resolutions on the slavery question reported been incapacitated" running, The thfsl Y bQldiDg States ; but that the admission :
knowledge.worth having oHMs business must by the Committee on, Federal Relations.- or exclusion of slaves brought from one into 'nanother
be obtained i>y digging.. Some of our party While theHouse was acting on this subject, "a 'Pcamulgee' however has ''now returnedto In SenaieontIieQ9th. nil,, pf them depends exclusively upon. ll-J .1

leave to-morrow for San Francisco, intending to message from the Governor was announced, accompanying -. its doty, Mr, YUJ.EE .asked. leave to call up,. own particular laws. !' To. '* j
spend.the, winter there. For myself, I am not a series of resolutions from the "
in:the least discouraged or disappointed; TrueI State of Connecticut, on the subject of slavery.The In connection. h the subject" we apd* have r. *T passed to its third* !eadfng, ,*' W0have4 little>space4 tOiiCQm- i

hav 'workcd very hard, and made little; yetaftera message was immediately taken up and the feel compelled the ..universal .senti the bill.for, refunding io> ,the [State of ment on thejeuor: 'of these extraordinary r)
sober, careful view bf the whole, matter, resolutions read. On motionof Mr. ,Jones the '
I i: am convinced that: 1 can..succeed, and that Governor, by a vnnnimovsvote, was requested, to ment of the'public, to call the attention ,Florida. ,the* moneys- ?- ',expended, ,by. 'her resolutions' butVe* must say that

sooner or later I will "Fuint heart never won.' return these rcsolutionsuiider, a,blank.cover to of Government to the miserable' man in the J late Indian insurrection, that- they will be received throughout the t1
here. Aldrich and Sanchez .
is motto 'Messrs the :Executive Connecticut. It also '
my was resolved -
South with' universal burst of Indfz
will remain with us. We intend to build a 'by-a unanimous, vote,'that the resolutions ner in which the mail service is per-. Stale, previous .tldh! riy4.ufThe. United -- one" ; .

comfortable cabin so soon us"we decide upon the lately received from Vermont, upon the Same formed by this line, :Not e,in ten'times ,States:troops. .. t- nation. We Have always,. )i d rtc4 i
spot to spend the winter. Mr. G. stands'our subject, be leturned under a blank cover to the once ,that
rough life manfully, though he is altogether Executive of Vermont. It.w further resolved' do the boats fulfil the ,requirements Nc :'ebjection. :> 'being made' the, ,bills .f a compromisezmplesmutualcouCession :

unacustomed' to it I know that he will never em- that all similar resolutions should in like man. of their schedule and' was taken up, and read.. / tlfMr ; wehavebere ,the >.agtoui>. ;

ploy me as cook when we get home,'but the East ner, he returned to the' Executives from,whom so fiequepUly ] 'HAJJLIN moved ; ding spectacle":;a:* Soatherny.man defending -.
Florida boys and myself were raised on hard they were sent." do they become .disabledtbat} they ?'. .' ; '. 'ah." 'adjourn.ment. 3f *
knocks, you know, and all that we ask is a rich A bill to provide for the calling of a State Convention have.become a bye the Jcohn- /-:> /-; ; his -rights' conceding them. I
.. *\yord.in, i
mine and a good appetite. When the water in the the nnti-sl actionpf i --i. *- '-. ,
event.of vcry ) Mr. Tbe.utter violation at the North of. ;
YUCF-E himvnot .. t19f
rises we expect to do better, and be more pleasantly Congress in modes specified, was also passedon try. There is'a fault somewhere, and appealed' ; ; to; : {

situated. We are now located one and a Saturday, by ayes 114 ; noes 12 a fault that must be correctecl..' We press the motion.: :It ;would take ut'a laws' 1 protecting property ...'iir fugmire {
half miles from our work in a beautiful valley "
slaves the efforts' .m'adfcSoi
almost completely surrounded by mountains, XAVAL REINFORCEMENTS AT HA\"Atc4.-The are not'disposed to attribute blame to moment to' pass..the-', .biil.: r"* s"i" '<-. persevering -, ( >i. I"excJ :
and occupied by about three hundred miners. Cronica. at New York, has received Havana pa- Mr,HAMLIN. diJ.not. wish the .bill i 1d6"the South from all'share: in tho
the officers of these vessels fpiTthey ir> ,
the 22d From the'Diario & f; qnato4
inst. de la J
to. 'ft
Every morning we take our way over, the mountain pens '
J domain is met byvyieldm, ub t ta
together, and return tu'our tents in the Mroninaitetracts the following paragraph in, certainly ,careful and prudent men.-- to, ge'pas.ed'jn" '". .. .midst,- ..-,.',--of. *9' *much- evening.I relation to a reinforcement which is about to confusion; jiriheJSenate. large portion of Texas to thetAboli- ;:
i tben'prevailed
have neither the time nor the requisite inr be made to the Spanish squadron. in, the .Antilles But the ,frequent, breaking ft.he.iln! ; 'tionists11ild-thPindiT' 1 Qf r-11irofni

formation give you good idea of the coupt'ry, : chinery proves the boats to, be, totally *..' It 'tasfQ'r*' ". thatreason' : he moved. S.1PI1
V .
haying seen very little of it. Most of 'what 1 ''According to information which we have,received """'"l.'C. -*' ?i'l? 1<1 _' ff5-S4 an- adjournment.* <;.' -'. .. with a cpijstituiwn. 'nl1t.W( tureIJ by ,
there nol from the unfit. for service teyre! required, "S : \
are sailing Peninsula
bare seen is and mountainous. 5 T > l
poor very f.l men who. never intend, to become its
every direction the eye turns from our_ camp, it to this port' the ship of the line. 'Soberano, the to' perform. *' The 'routers adong'and Mr>; &n-YULEE?' explained. .;;, -l> J'iart' : i
rests on lofty hills and rough crags I have 'p,1uop'ot' was Villa de Bilbao, the steamer 1as- arduous,one/and' I.'ppHiori' of jt(in: the point '0( receiving final citizens. We,cannot: ,perceive that the
code Gar 'of three hundred and horsepower ) ;
of the J' fifty "
heard that there is large portion, country %* 1 v North. .concession wbatever.
fertile. If Ican.find it rich with gold for and the store ship'Marigalante '; all'yes- open 'ocean; It lies>through a thinly aciTon'm.pre Wpt-M; : thari'. a week''ngb.--;- *-; wl' 'f fj' nthe- v -f .makesany: :: ".' ': T* 1'ii* \ &7 ..
Ajr- ? > : | > s' f
.one year, it will satisfy me.I 's&ls of the.roval navy, intepdecf bv'.b.er majestyto settled I where the senatQttJronv' ., Indiana' [Mr. BRIGHI iJ: There;!is'no'merit In 'yield i ng.up 'Ja .t
obtained since New York increase'the'forces of this 'station and having : .- country. patronage,_ ''
a few days a_ caper -/ .0 ? t thai nbtj tfiem. They
does : le1thgto;
in which saw that the Seminolcs are again on board transfer draft.'ot fiver:hundred gives but a slender compensation* To wished,1 -u *it. ,laid. ':over, 1'until. 0' ,"the-ocn: following j-j 9. '' :v ; j .,"'.. ".4 i1 .-.ii.tsorter -'** ,},

fighting. It made some of us feel for time sorry .s a rien. With this increase,tpgether.'with tie meet three' antiquated''rotten i day,-in orderthit jtemighthave an.opportunitftoexarnineifi no {rdshlp..m. b ig.quire
that we were not there. I fear, they will steamer Isabel\la Catolipa,.recently built; which. .expenses v.' }>, .** V. .V ; !q. 4Hturn: :our- Oruna\yayWsavBsJ; !
prove.troublesome. before they are conquered! is to ready'to! put to sea n'afew/days;:we boats l devoted tothe, public service" ** .t".J Wftvoj- Nt : '.provisions." ---4 ; ;
EDWARDVlLLISON. .shall,havefour, excellentsteamers. ; fit for every 'fail i \torfulfil<* 'where He diu.examinejihe' bill, ., andyihaving! no when in:return ; ())this.4wp iarejcaljejj
kind'of servicetind, afleet ofjnpre than twenty \vhich..they '. J i fotgpod t "
4 Teias
MR.VOOTE'S Bin*-The bill which Mr,Fbotek vesselSj'with which ,not :only .t the :l'aps' of 'oneVo. ld' perform!1 'that was n<Jsf pbjeclidn i -cu ::j- T'to. ,. iiittf,: called 3 ,,; e 'it-sup'tbe1r. >..? xt upon,.tOLsurrender territory ,
3 given notice of an intention to introduce,'for' I the' island l (now-well: supiedcap}! ) be httiided1to : ,,.ir'i the \ day, when,.some other, .busmess::pressing actually a.sHte :Stateiiu'd*in\r turn do. .
for tho but efficiency1given" to'tb'e'vq iou*, rende sary compeneutppap&eseI4afforded '
of ?
the organization: governments new rqceiii a slngI t 'bCjl d where.
not Cofo
4 makes a division Into four territories 'voas' included iu; this. 'station, for the"\.p ote for 'c rryJng'th, -majls ,istoq i.-.S, heWve1, waV and.''the. bill"had. laid: ; .l
ii j: y. 13 ; "J't. If tJ : > ;' -J ; f '
.under the names of California Deseret, New tionofour, commerce 'atlq' our .$ountrymeft cin. iiule\tp:, ;anytlg 'but lhlPirJ> pve.reversince.. .ilne:billprpvtdc5tp., : : ; shieky i yli h' \! 'areat; Sl
Mexico and Jacinto. .The northern, southern, tbe continent. This is so much tl1oIPorepro., ; support ." to understand the'objeci oCj\lr.Cul'l J
.and western boundaries of California, are described per, sincewe know that our flag isgreete4; 4eP: 'sent, arrangement should-be. increas-. .plyforthe: reimbu'f. 's m-, ntto, -the ,.State,, ;:
Ajfr* j. I wt
in the Gulf of Mexico oi. ;- fJ If.be calls this Jl ieoic'orn.pjccrnseLthe !
Eastern as throughout
in this bill as at present. : ? ofjJIToij a.ofn9nfyi\yJj.icb;, .stieJil\d i
'tinent in. the most affectionate .niahner and ed. As things! are. ;rio\v. ,;.we had 'better, paigButrfprnecessary
boundary is to be the ICtb degree of west Ion : ; 'K' < ii" 1 tt question c ilrier he settled. "
gifcide. The remainder of the_present .territory 'since tothe, delicate' Intervention'and'.assistance. have'no mails at.all,'ratbeuhpndan. : : ? f'-4 *. "t'J %,..military"i.,1'- '-' 'operationsj 'ibtore \- .
'of California is assigned to the 'territory 'pf! the commanders Ofitho, station. many, pf qr'oountrym tb.eP'lu -
: -btatestropps. cpuld
he.nve8' of : the ; THEr BOUND COMiS81QTIOYE'.MEN
Deseret. New Mexico is to comprise all, ,bat n and our merchant''fleet are indebued ,. ger s' passengers t .; or$ 4t t property | ,i IlY
part ofthe territory of the United .States,' uc-: for the nibst signal!servicesVr ; on;the' oats., An i increasedfpaywould1 fee hl'c'If:called Jini I ?'st l! '- -"ll15*i' :1 .H..e' i I 1"" dc4.,: \YIRftT;: "obi:.;Ymention

former4eccriptioris quired by the treaty of'peace not included, &c., as recited-tho in I ACTION OF 'THPENSYLVATI4cLEqfSTURE. be but._a trifle' : ivhencompared. .* ,' 1"1: r. $R1GRTstated..thftL! 1\ .was ,his: ; wo"findn., the .rece tws..

boundaries of Texas. A, rather indefinite-",des The Pennsylvania; Legislature has refused1 by with; "i the 1 total" .want* ..ofrpgu1ama4fa.iliisnows 'f ;. 'inrSiontfr6' 1 the eaninatiii t be: from California i relative l to Col. Weller
'a vote of 49 to 40 .instruct: their t \ hd' l tiiUiH r.1fa :' } .
cription .considering thatthe: ,boundaries ''of nays yeas : r 's'$:: ,r 'r.t-"j' or"nii'iLland
feredby' a'whole;&tat .. .YH"4i..i- -. Bo&nciary Commissioni .
c &
Senators Congressm.en toiy te'for the Wil : 1lt J.g"cp''p"'j*'; th'e .
Texas are by uo.means satisfactorily defined. mot Proviso. -* vr-1 'ili. ." d'1 &Vivi &..* ,&. >-. 't(. f ., :' rew. ", oradJ 1 i r?}A'A *. ** '**/ JtJU: tvVli Af4l.pg
; It wu probably the intention of)lr. Fooef however '-,' "'..* ..',, i. f*t. ., urn r ent.N extract from a : dated
This vote shows the influence of )01 : t'J' J t .' .f '
the iron in. l -
f ti
I z.i4 J *'iV 1 .tlSan.Dieg'oJ
concede to Texas the boundary of the .
to Cane in Florida,, .
,Sugar ';"I ,- u. Mr' SinvAttD-'called 1OthNW Or!leans
terest on the,legislature of the Key-stonp State; forthec'reading Npj. .,
.. .
Jacinto is include that
to ,
Bid Grande. portion '
The decided stD.nd.tnken, by the':".South'-within', Capt.. .'SADL itJtt.;: l i8. ..vi initV' "h '.nf t b 'biUt iiV s e rdi gr r d.: which .q.j. that Col.
_the territory Texas lying between the,Bra the two months has done, ; .<,.4 ."a f + C'J ..j-jjj, \*%-i ... "f.f.... u "H ,. 'C.11 7 H..,;, Delta, ..t appears
zos river and the Sabine, (the,'western bound- the,Northern past legislatures, to.:their more-senses to 'bring than producedconsideringthe;pircumstance .H J ..1..a'.WL'Y".e c.ll:was...,j'i.'t4'oIf"l.1'l..a." "a- J1r4), ,time.afldpa8ed. . ;. 4Vele&babbit!?ey o*6rfan: elecflonlot&tntIid (

: I j "''*ty of Louisiana the Nortb,),having. Arkansas bouuda- all the sUpg,that hasbe, n' uttered ih-theHall' '.... s. ':uhHer, ;,' 'wHipK' ,tJ nViva ii jgroyntf ;the .I .. .JJ CA,,iiI, ,.v. 'C"tJ'f ,',, 't t."r .\. f : Stated? Senate, *W*
> *
v awaaUuC5t vtfi/U .
yon : / u. .
s imostextraordiparyj5Cjrpp j .
( ,
in i 4lO 1 '
Congress, orprinted party'Newspapers'for + k :1l'iq -1 niV5iiJ" S. > \ t Q?+ ixul
f ',- 'F.. The bill of Air. Footo does not touch the subject .pf/.s.ugarj/ Q'l' re- it ; &isMLWm.'UI! ;. uTheBoundary Commission?remains in statv
have F gS
Pennsylvania must for 'dn
slavery in these new territories, or the years.- protection '''* ?' Wf .1i.tJ. Obfc readnihas' aiTiVevI
'cord: n"f'd.ib c the f t not'y'e being
her ironand ,that Southern'votes in Congress :; .,.. facts tn egatdpit JL--.J"r/1U1o tu'U b i" Xjc :.tJ quo.
t- .' '-rightof slaveholders to carry thither their pe- are needed:.; Sheja bound to.the Union by{ ties .- ": '!1.o. \: 1' 'i.14'O Jf' .a-AJ J 1h'' .*VU-'?.!<"'-7". *.PJ'.X rr."Ti' busily engag&l in i the*tturk dense iy popukted
*- ; \-Jis.property) and .institutions.-Pitsburgh. ofiroo.,' Massachusetts and :the>mtinufaCturing .1 f.'generally.knovn f .1 : a 1: Qj V 1 in .rH ew'fXo' 1 jreek; iKwb\ bib& rjg* districts in electiQ ringJor the U. iS. euat.e.
Post 4 : Stitea .If BiVeficlaltolhe'couritry.' W edthatlhIimeLhas.ime? C4.Iler1eaves on-the-steauier now hourly
of the East are bound 'by') e fjtospreacbdisunion ;; '
-. : mentp, it _is.true,but none the' 8lighter'lig&I : r.o..I-'IfQ: .1. :'(UHtW jt 1f 1 jJJ.U. on'thehiffHest"moral? 1 ud'rer t ) PJ"eQt.f'II t )SaniFra bi3C'robalS'oiiSa'rjmssion. iimior .
From the SovlhertrLiterary Mcsstnger., .when to the lest.:' the fiiiespunfibre shall enumelateJbem 1-Jl8j el i.3tj V j,*.,ni>m aMt. 'k'f-ti,'* ij--u'i; :* [ : 'HeVill e.a.ccomt'bl.rutd ri e .
1'1 *:- *.*.GS..M.r ;' .)ur great:put staple// they are By united'tor usin:a'comnion of- l e1idt.ii, ln li nihl hi4.: 'l f 'j ;;4 J I.I g4In'".!, 'f J'I unUj... ..tSJ' !.a"ue.I," '..jJ1.S f I
: : -TaFJavia'. } 'RllrlneJ.to. run.. : ".': -destiny|,and when once-convinced, ,as itJsto t': :' ::' : :'66 : rZ j t. .th.: v, ,J. '} f!! ; ., y n !. vJ h; have.obtained leave,6ftao8erica.'HIHis.q ioarterrrf I
& tho
and to
' I. IJJ""oo )i Wr ut onCe" : be,hoped the reflecting poriion of them'Booh A atlL. ii.igteetrientwitb'beU4d; n1ibt master 'Oa.\Y1ther.b.Y&q..l'.aselected |
,".''Aja rcjtu unteronef'" T '.-M i will be-that heir looms andjgirining"giniit(. .nvq r upg4OO' ;lbs.tftom95acrCsof rtn 'ln m- r-Gbd1pr-'h tiiJliJf t : 1 sembly and his place has ieenlfiUtd bj f ourc&arge'floring "
*<*- t And e.R''ealtf1fd*..nee.ir i* -(('.q..T"at !>, -In UStStOP..i !@ 7iuI-u49d tgttk j . 1 jt' r.$ 'ltlt.t # L ft"i 1/i"rqar' i': if"r ; s S r' j'qp" f f tf I I1'diit: l lafHel1dJ.Rusti1fh "i. its fntIJUet4a 1
." ,: ;i t.1'J%!: $$ J I ; now,iyiio againstth $oJ2;,Jy1 1 4.e.t.wa 'can! ndPmfJdthIjayi ld .t4 RQ) Q J iJf dJ4UiI.1J' ) J1 !8L'W ; fi.tj the OonmiissioheE absflnee.iJ4: .. j jJ i

f *.f.Uow. .11 u.H. iif" ,rl. _,"il1 ?j..J ; "tics tin"t their midst, they will,like I ine irnzon."fan-4 : *wfriU1it' ..e, ; '.wbq' i'I 'y7. lOVA' =' ,rUI'"I : .aapyioformyohatCoLtWAUer' :
t I fpen d' onII t b'I.( J 1 e i .eres fif T.k \ 21 d.merjo.ocihe1r ; I.!%t w'! H"fl.ft -4 lkfl !iregar huniaoity & d;chiQklsaJiberiyo. -'' h m8t.en relreconred'from hll.\und.l '
F a., J" fahe'iI A'fool: ''sic'll wea1he.1i1)|fc'; 1% *** ;i :'1'bckethiid& 5jome.1f tothe. { Jc8Cue.:9.fl! C.Unio.p.- 1 neajrly" hisentire'crop'winvifw, ; iJro.Xefl.clib ,IC; Jfe.maiffB\o$$stfy HdW thejijedple'of Tg.tind the valucp{ end". 'h "4 ,-

p.- .A if a knave, the fool, f r" ;!Jr o mote j't be.-SaF 3fotinj' N(17f: I fq-I1l'I8 I'( if'; ; ft'\ 4TzthVi" t."r'f suf> I 1hN&1 ijPm. eetJit' ISU't. t.I t. ,, put his pam! to a b :l v. i'i 4: .

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1. ryMThlngslbotimBeM !IkeIcktoric'becroies J -
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? .amicable Phil'pjjtaaa Draw1ng
thsjiiiopef* quiet t _
T .g 1bolara mIstry
bUjioprAT.yp' .
questL u. .iteste4le4
Davietfs Ftet Le&1/J'4Zoology
i4 ajepend vu itIll ; '*- ?. sj do !. -.1E4bOTt eatttM ca -
'whether ii mUriso
and 1 Ioubt ;
i theSente, neti; '

pbe iIous. ik danotwisKit-.to ow. c6me apv j.'crf ft compliment fc-fci fp.ihecourse- :of dQ3 4igra byi9g7% 0th1a'
Yi1motTh; men ** :mounte4 a only,$ 000,000 ..had r&sLn a
*'f' -JM** *r rf ? | sflf'< ( ,
tneir constituents will not justify Jji1 % of the aitt.edeceased4 e it j of Jaa
-, i*. t own ? at the iucoln a Botany, an4Atlas :,
i01 K"tr: ( % w??'i-v'j
thz st the to report the amount of awetttof
their COUIS apnetqf gteatjcaues t Ie&I4:
t3tC3 SI DOW jfl session, o over ei said estato'which have cane to1 tht bindi'of4
of the Souerzttte4 hfAct uappflLtoo fir '* 'i*** .4.; 4j' ; k14ulespear
fly agitated as a tn U1e '
iuci UV irhefcli'ibVWilmet-ProTiso w k.i 0 rt The beionaontrathtkt; tjce thepirejfM ; tttre s pfdutje ,. ; *
one or ,
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110ue by n. Ivenm jophyia' $f icI iiherefore1n pureuooce of saM od
Rth1tioni'othe --* ***>>* "JA.
Wi1thotPrviso i *** *>' rt-'ir i> .i5
i 4tIe
: ; !( heLgslatnrertimgistratesthat on'Monday the
f J847jaTyeairSr
that they ill betakc&up ; 'iI1If Mis5O '
t.sbl&Dd itb not likely itIiavi1M.&li irlf -
dfhia articlesecuraiUioiight t;* } f :tig
shall hve had aa'topp prosperiiy. -423.'OOOOOO! "ti' r1
11 Congress r.tuuiLy r .
recapturing these slaves to the South '
theLsubject ot sbtvei'. ; j-jand; -' -' : i--. .
f 1eg1$12tiflg0fl the act of Congress ,12th I -
February Tazksonlle1 Feb. U'l

The opinion.now entertained here Washington by the Hon., is tart James the 1793, was passed prder that.itmight be'car-. they amount to 117OOOOOQ1'rn'$),, ;- .cs ; : .-. ', -: V" tk4 sad attested otY & C,?
BachMLan ried into I
effect We notice Baltimore
ut Saturcby's 4Fh c rndmon'ot4'tbe
of Pennsylvania will not .
vreseot the legislature PTOTUO.. and not passing it, and failing Sun,r A short--.message from, .governor.TIIOMAS the ,atlropas. '. '*rv a florif' 'vquaIycheerag! Sdsjust. eeivL' # -' '3 t p Cc9etheref :;

cass in the latter to.the, Legislature Maryland,, in -** .4V a .i iwt5w jT aiukctzvi. _,4,,ianL .4r'5.L 1 L I. ; -i':1 r uoustUs 1''t
to instruct her Senators Congress, which he states two, and invokes proofs of restored confidence. :" vy .5 UI. at.- .LbIa.Clf.. i
very striking cases, v- } : : i-- -
wUlconsider.themselvesuninstructed. the aid of the Legislature.- 'ty. Tb !ept Of th genaI gtt'of pb. l8ti tw : a 'k '

It is also little certain or nothing that the abouUhe Michigan Proviso Legislature ,so- The same paper speaks of Gen. Cass' speech the. avi 'bihk brPari. ) shows that 8100 UEWAKDlGoierMr ***"" '- 4KU '' ,; :- l8O' .: ,,.tiiD. ffi
cares r /
that,if General Coss votes against,the Proviso, "As an eSottof extrfordinary'ability:* argument thedeposts, amun *';oe'4 E1. -i'L 0g .. '1 : '

he will, on resigning Ins seat, Je returned to is clear and irresistible, .esp clally ted lo 5,4436 frane 4h'wJtbdrawala 'kc4 -x .- ouOe9L

the Senate. The Message of the, Governor of 'where it points out and proves the tendency of toonly 2,5s;1OS.iWe'tre iii i *'i, C $$2 eBt*& 'A 0 *?>*&I
Wisconsin is conceived in the same mild, sensible many of the public men of oar day, to make card these 'i institutions -asatscTtaiiTi ana all business.itf. name, of Palmer&EereuoIret4 *

S patriotic temper. It recommends to the Congress the depository of :nngranted powers, **? d .. m and** receive* all> > ** uehIdrothe *

4'. Legislature not to pass any resolution on slavery and the possessors of almost despotic sovereign thermometer-- i>yj I*w1IchIoJid; : 5rojQiiiti theThit 4; .' T>.*1.i_ -v'r l-i'' i' tliu* .itA l:. uXni

m these exciting times j but resolutions to ty over vast interests belonging to,arid subject p.r. .tKBl pbjingci s *. (;, 4 ) e, also toDauserrlsicceaze&] '

adhere to the compromises of the Constitution. .to the people alone. This great'proposition,1 tbetrcondtioti-- 4, i.s .' piiJJyJpprpm br ,- c', ..' -.e'3, ," .;. :,4.:' ?j All persons having demands agalart* Palaezfe

Depend on it, a reaction has taken place in the stated,ithluminous power, is fortified by'% shown by* the:fact.that ithejtJepo ifes PRQCUAMATIOIBY TRQAlWN1 Ferkor'W fiusFettis; deceased, will pre-
public mind of the Xorth, which will gradually train of close] and mathematicarreasouing,* that :'seii th'aal ( '
and with i* all. is niI It is during the first SIJT momhs f 849 were f Rorida.i1.5. t) '
Jend the Proviso to the grave, conclusively c cirig impossible to x all person ndebted toPiUmei .Ferris or Darius

the questions tending to irritate the South and escape the conviction, that the 'distinguished only ,2O4,83a fr ncswh Ist! th "se oftheeeou1 VJrrin3RUAS.ltfaring beeniniid.e kno'wnlo Ferris,arc requested to.cjtl&p!T:O.fi(6uiiforsettlemeniandmakepaymw ( s

to destroy those voluntary ties which coercion statesman feels intensely all tha. he says,'and anwunte4tp 'Vj; f: ,a tbfttW$1eeflU7COIh.Imtti'intti > ,";*

would only weaken and rend asunder. understands the question to which he speaks,' The railroad in the iiorih <>.Francs County of Manon,in this'State,bynABNERJTHOSIt'SONind ;: ':
the ot the North most This will be' read- ; oCh'ert. upon ,
The great mass of people thorooghly. speech i t "-:" 4 c:
t have increasec) in receipiij during 1849qo the ftone.E. T.'M6bleyc and that said t, -k
lave been entirely misled by Demagogues, in- with deep interest j and we' await the remainr ; body ; ,-(

trigueing for small places. They had no idea lug half, to be concluded to-day, with much im.Tpatience7 less"t*than. tiyeniy'-fire-; -eejif. n Thbmpsdn was*indicted'tried,' and convicted'thefoihiid acksniiJaLIst'isQ,1; : ",t; -.i:

that the question involved worse than a fearless shqr|, ev thjngthaL \v| heat frorp vfinediiTth'e sum of one thousand 1

expre&sion public opinion, or that the siability The New York Globe states that Senator Die? France tends to prove that trade; andcommerce dollars,1 abd7imprisoned 'untiPsaldf fine should arLENDIIKIt4IOTe'
the Union and the Constitution could in be paid.%and that slid Thompson"lias escaped
of kinson's patriotic and eloquent'speech Vis are improving and that : ;-
every fromJailnb fle fromjusticeT" *
depend on it. It is but recently that,
any through way the press, and the proceedings of Con- where received by the Democratic, party with confidence isln"ti.'"great. measure__' esab- Non't;'fA pgi'bfVjIJ' TUOJ A? BR WX,- Governor ;- -- *;;.J" e; ;::: ,.
cress,they have been made conscious of the approach tokens heartfelt satisfaction. Senator P ad lishedin l ihp continuance' : -'-f peace* < and of thjB Stat of Florida, .by-virtue of the authority THE SUBSCRIBERS/hiriDgcoT ted %

in me vested-by thelaws: of said State do e PavilHonj by'-Which they
of and the are already :
danger, consequences of Democratic tranqui1tity.-.4f .
mirably pictured the
rtrceptiple in the public mind. Even disposition rccry. hereby offer One Hundred Dollar RVwafd'ior operate at any'placa with the: m'e certainty p'fosncces

the Free Soil faction in New York: exhibits party of the'Nprth,'to un'itein some tran THE the Wi safe % would now 4 er toTthecitizena of Jflck *

signs of unwillingness to precipitate quilizing action, with the South,' upon the irritating NicAE.iGU.fc QtESTiON.ThtNeiYorkTribune delivery to the Sheriff of said County"of Marion.Mem. sonville an opportunity having QRTRAJTl t
strong mentions the receipt of private ad ivicea .-Said Abner J thompson is about 22 taken in a ty la equal to any in.the world.
and the probability is that at the next subject of slave '
events, ry. i from as ipgton] which leave room1o 'V t 'V*
np ?
of fair complexion about 5 feet 10 Their mode bfopeflni seedythat the
qf so
elections, the Free Soilers will meet with a doubt'that all causes of'difference between the yean, age, |
inches in height,spare built sharp:facerlarg moat 'ed-persons,1'aweW as little children/-/
Waterloo defeat all over the country.It THE "STATE OF CALIFORNIA." We yesterday United J States and Cfreut Britain respecting the ?
black auburn'hair front are taken wlth' the 'accnracy the
nose, eyes teeth greate exacts
certain that from to upper ,
seven eight '
now noticed the extent to vrhich Executive i interference proposed hip Canaji through Nicjiragua will. .bepromptly. '- expression of the'cjolntenan
Northern Senators will vote against the Proviso decayed w t ,; > being
.should the same l-e introduced in connection in California had been carried, as appears honorable amcibly} satisfactorily both adjusted, In'.Testimony whereof, I.have hereto set We would earnestly? recpmmendTto persons

with a Territorial Bill. Some of these had resolved from official documents submitted to Congress.We on term to parties and eminently my hand and caused the Great Seal of generally, not to let tbbomwrtnn psswith-

time and conducive to. the speedy prosecution rand [SEAL.] the State to be affixed this 25th day of oui securing.a UKENE S tpf themseves'aiil} .
to do so, for some past, were call attention to a remarkable statement of uninterrupted usefulness of the undertaking
stand the Country and the Union great January. D, 1050 !",,v- friends, it is frequ nt'y rewarke4, whqttp
ready to by
but it Mr. Foot. made on the floor of the Senate, in in question. We cannot now.speak of THOMAS BROWN late1 that any amouit otoney,wonl4 b vsidor.theLkeze.
dishonored at home- is now believed
even will be svsta ed. the debate of Thursday, the 17th instant, on details, (adds the i'r jbune,) but we have every Governor of Florida ,: of ae abeit o decase4
they reason to expect that te two oceans will, with .
By the Governor-Attest: .< i c ; '-
Mr.Clemeua's resolution. o- >
Mr. Foote's Territorial Bill has after some Mr Fpote was reply in three earsbe united
y by a s.hipcaiai throngn Our wili
teriiw be
C.:W. DOWSIKG, Secretary of State.'. xerj moderate.- Please caU-
debate been referred to the Committee on Territories. ing to MrTruman Smith, who, while offering Nicaragua unifier a guaranty of its perjpetial Feb. 2,4850. '' 6w.. and'see Specimens..*{ ,illion 6n Mr* Ra11

which I consider a fortunate circumcumstance himself as the semi-official rcpcsentative of the freedom and neujfrttHty .several of the chief Lot Foi'sythIst4' Portraits '

Letter condition; Mr. Douglass to make, of concessions Illinois, being to in the a Executive, professed ignorance of matters made | powers of Christendom. -'NOTICE, ,/.. ,i \ cloudy as welladl' clraf whan4izsertJl4

A LL indebted to Palmer&.Ferris the neatest manner in fates
notorious in the the \ persons by .
during *
Butler *
South than Judge of South Carolina uewspaper press -v "
ALWAYS SAFB! Jnote or hereby .notified. ?acetjoeSingtT'gs, 4c. *
would have been to demand them, had the Bill summer. Here is the statement, which passed I '
that Mr.P.Fras Atty. at Jacksonville i* not Ifeighborhoxjds will be vbited where sufficient -
been referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. without contradiction i irlt Are you a utfercr from Fever and Ague?- inducements' "'' ': ''
be 5
or qualification. autb offered. -
receive -
Mr. Douglass. I learn, proposes to call the Are you aicte3 with the jpe/ipdical return ;ol rized'byus-to any money on our. ,. ,. 'HATHAWAY may
Committee together on Monday next, and. from has been stated in the California papers. that cofd' and; formal visit'jr th&ch.ili, |bllowpdby. account.' Dec: 22. : "' '4 &HANKINS.sv"" "**" i: .
PALMER& 1849.
and I know the Senator reads those and -
what I know of the man and his purposes, I am papers, its faithful .attendant the burning feyeruud FERRIS. ,
firm in the belief that a compromise may soon have no doubt he has the most extensive know! dfenching perspiration? j.os'no time"then Jacksonville, Jan. 26-1850. In Circuit Court, Columbia Co. )

be submitted to Congress which may end all edge California matters. This fact has been in procuring! a Ut tleo Jr. Osgood's India Cho- OEi&teiif CircfelS, of. Fforida.Sn ... .. '
published also in all the I have met Notice.SIX : '" -<-4 -- -j.tJTi
difficulty and settle the vexed question for ever. newspapers lagogue lou will, have but, onephill at most : .- ; 'In.Cbattccrf. t f *
AtaU events, I am certain that the plan of the witn recently in the United States; and 'mustbe' after you comme.nce it and probably'none at all months after date I shall present my ac- ELBD' JL'T.- SMITH- 4 .,

Taylor;V.&iffs is. to leave the question open, oas known to every man of intelligence in the Your neigUbojr wjbd has used the ihedic he will] : 'c6unta"and vouchers to the Hon.'Judge of ) "
v S V BiU/orDhorce:
( oi'Zack country. And that fact is this: It is a'part of of Probate for Duval for finaV settlement ; a > '-* "
chance js County ?
to give another to run with assure you this. Jt Lut.the, promise of a .p4. SMITH;, J
will find the:proceedings of the California convention; result which realized and discharge as Administratrix' of D. "Ferris ', '
a double.face for the Presidency, few tho.uijapds.haw, T APPEARING
that a leading member of that body; Mr. Botts,, and which deceased. SARAH. FERRIS: 1 .satisfaction qf the
advocates, yith either the Northern or Southern your owu experience will most fully ; .LCoiirt: by A25davit_made" in tbce'tit.!
"*' :
Democracy. The question must be settled now by'name' -a distinguished Virginia"Democrat, prpve. If Jfin beejodifiappqinted.iajither Jacksonville, January, 19j 1850 -! Edit Smit the5Jeff dan ji side .Qflt.jpf the
and an old acquaintance of own-rose "
and lor ever. my np medipines, and are still doubtful .of all, go' to
State of Florida iTMLint1 Slate of
) e Georgia.
and in hascirculatecl in M
a speech/which
Mr. Merediths Treasury Circular, has excited form and which 1 can hand to the a honorable printed -- T. 0. Ifotit.fs and &'will.Co1 doubt store,>btau'the" [ Cho'lagogue .L Jo anb v qn ,.. Onu9fUilaiiits SoLtpr, jfczI

a great deal .indignation with the mercantile Senator ir he desires to see it-I say he rose jr.ou no Iflng f: ThatUie said.Edi Smith'dp; a'ppear'and answer

community of the North,and will be ser np in his place, at the precise moment when Gen. Jackspnv.ille"jFeb. 8th 1850. ATTORNEY AND'- COUNSELLOR-.'- %.. :' AXgi, '' the Bill of Complaint'fileil in'tl4 Court'within
iously attacked by thejionimittee of and r 'removed his the saJc 'will be *
ways Riley quitted the chair; of convention, which .office from Columbia our'nHmthSj"1or | Bill 1akenfop-
means. It is evident, that the secretary of the he had occupied during the whole course of the .R.iver.Moiijtpf.JVpral,. 846. HAVING to Jacksonville,:'Duval County, Confessed,provided a'copy'of' this order IMS)pnb4THoIpJjiLXSSj

Treasury lias either Wilfully pr otherwise, misconstrued deliberative'proceedings which had been going WIsTAJ'S AJ.SAM OF-WILD CIIELJtY.This respectfully informs his friends that he has assoeiated in the Easterfl Piremtolrda

the Act ofijarch the 3d, 4 849, for, on., and said he felt bound to state the fact med.icine, prepared by a'lo'ng'experienced -* him.'in th Q practice"*pf itaw, his -- t I; nca"wek,,, for the-. space ,f fqu
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instead reducing the expenses of the Ilevenue a nd_ ,challenge denial, that coercive power had and'sklf pyia3h.e4e4[ and, app'royed: bya brother, S. W. SANDERSON. i$ nionus., ,-' '- 'd.L t,

} in compliance with the'spirit qf that bill, lie been employed! to bring about'the.present state, great numbers
has left the expenses the sauie as they.were., but of thing5* that the Constitution 'of California and.respectable; 'persons in various parts ofVthe, every,term oftbe Circuit C6nrt8in the severalCountes ,!w-, ;, .

removed the burden of them from the Treasury about to: be adopted jiad been ..forced'upon country, is.now received and used with>entire 'ofthe'Eastern' .TuclfciaF! t..ircujt.-Thc' : '' .

to the merchants, whicbj in fact, amounts to an them. H* l rged.further, thai assurance had confideinca iandiwith'great Success' by*those' afr t ountyofI1ainiftou'in tbe Middle Circthr.The -* 1 8: ScAEBOEqccir Cler.k'pf the Circuit Court

increase of duty, that uUituaUtJy falls upon the beep given in the most imppsiug.inauner,bjy the flicted.with pulmonary' plaints. It "is also Supreme Cpiart*'at:Tallahassee,-and the In and for said County do hereby Certify that thjCourL

consumer. Doing informed that the House will I I in Wsshingtou,that, unless such avjcons.t'itution recommended as a valuable medicine for other USCauatl8tA gustiue 'i" above isa true py o1 tle original pFdei in th
powers '
haul him over the coals for this with the 1* *All business'entrusted csureTrili above itated from'te fifes otsai
trifling was adopted as.was suited to'the.tastes diseases, such"as colds; :coughs,;andpaicnlar- # tp theufj caejus appears
law and' usurpation of power. Mr. Meredith certain iMgbTjjejsonages"-perhaps in- ly 45s.eases, whose tendency'is'to co'nsumption.-receive prompt attention. ,4 ; tf'1- t:, '

bass this day, given orders to dismiss all the clud.ing the honorable Senator from Connecticut Should' Its efficacy continue'as it has thus far .Address?, i'JP.iiS..1iy.lS"ANDER80N.r: : "; '
.Gangers, Measurers, uid Weighers, together ;* "JacknTiUethua1 Fla Seafof sa5d CourY t''Court -
for lie may Jiavc ,nduiQlpsj1eI them Jfpon been :proved 'various.obstinate caseaj it -wilf'iudced ..- .
u ? -
.with fifty inspectors from the'New York Custom the subject by a.cireuhir, for; ought knojr, and be a most invaluable'medicine.JJ Th I.tL.. .' 'HousQ' AIligatorin .-
House. Similar indications will, in all probability .4' said t&mtyVnb -
and cabinet all
including the President his v, .
be made in the personal of other collecting > BEADFORD KNAPP: of CrowriPoint N. Y ; r *
the influence,pf the Executive.vpnldbe thrown R. llR '
Districts; principally, it s believed,iu against the ;mission ttf CaljfQrnia as a sovereign in letterdated August ?dl1845, says: -uln'the .Lfozxt.i; hifflHends and,the public generally. '- SSpAnQEoUHf:

pro-luce a pressure on Congress, which shall in- State thai in the event of th'e cpursepf practice in this'vrohity J. have '
j but 'adoptionof my hat; ,he has prepared a (ew rooms i JiL4we1.
duce that body to yield to the Secretary's demand. a constit ution' reeaoje, to them,'then that tested'insome 'degreeT th'ie.gpcid''- qualitresWistar's" f 'Iing'bousoti 1jnestreetor t'b.eacpupmpda' re"zth. : I84 ;r i :: j ji

,the The Senate,you are aware,allowed him the influence would,' be exerted through "the Balsam,oWid: [ eherrjin 'Pulmonary' tion-of,travelled and JwJicitaithe: patfqnage ofinosB i NotiCje."*' ?I : F'ri1I1

sum $2,132,633,73, which was expendeJ honorable Senator from Connecticut Complaints, and.I now wish"toi'prbcute -aYsup-* '
Mr.Walker presume, homay.appe?! to"visit Jacksonville for : 'w heata'hiri ;br'tv. .
by the financial te' -
,during ending 'f-
year hot 1 suppose intended to lie employed in any ply. ofthepie4icin Y businesspleaureor health JThe qidi4ig'ia ii .1. from IsttJanuaryinjExt ihjttQ
Jane ,.
30th, 1848; but as Secretary has already sale '* T.'O.'IIOtMES''lC: Sf. -,
but legitimate modesrrfor her Tidmisston. by )? has been '
; work'inhissteam
neir-one recentlyUniarge sawmill
ne'g iaen.to
ajq good ,
spent 51,141,896,21 for the' first six : v.* *** **7 'i': jt'r* A i *- -
Now the hononxble Senator frob Co.nnecti.cut Invalids b 'furnisbe4:
can tb/r5tetiisint& orwdhoutreplsee4
months 'k
of the financial and the
present as '
need not impute anything to the"administrationortomyself
the Revenue and MABIIVCPORT'bPACKSO, ; sad may tainpfpaving,
expenses collecting iuOregon I state t.o hint a!fact that has been every attentibn paid to their wmforWbStabliig t ; : B0OLf
California will much less than % "
not '
average published jnnst. be disproved or this ad w rnLliR-FEB. 3 ( is ?
: proTi1id'feraeUer5 from-Jhefcojiatry- je/3 ; p t1j
the of the {T-f *'
$150,000, appropriation Senate ft "; ; r ** : %*? '- vy. f" V ,
ministration will remain vindicated, I state will
j The terms betexjceedifiglyinoderate.3: ,:r:
leave Meredith the '
?F uld only sum of SSJO.73al5i2'for : A4 '
to him a fact,which:! would not like"to'take forgranted CENTERED a':; ,- N, U e : a Z
the collection of the Revenue from -'b 4. -- -sp "-. "
1st January' to 30th June inclusive. The in,the, absence of vidence -ra fact Feb $th.-Brig nVTayio JacksonvUIeD'ec22dS49. TOflCbTefltqXt1 pers-- 'inter
which must,be explained' in relation 'which t 'i'!!
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committee and will CLEARED.Feb. -
ofways- means, therefore j -
administration must".vindicated else it
probably report an appropriation, equal to the ..5th. .- NEGROESFrQUIBE.. H jiexti'iliapply otia1IonVelitLInngto -
-Brig Sbd1awyr'N.'York.'s" -'
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must suffer in"the estimation of conn- V *
amount of the expenses for the last six months ," : ** r >J '.4.; ,pl.! ; Sa1T44 flye1pru pr4 Judge trobate for the county ofpufot'leavV ,

'of 1848,Bay $1 061, 18.36, ,which, ti.7, : : : .in hands).who wq la' do'weliin the mm- tovsell the Reat'Pro'! perielpigi
..gEnera.Ordera, her # f .7 "--4 to tth ..Estate--of;James Xbtf deceawtf ores
with the sum already expended-$1,141,897,21 ; pr turpeniine.business. a middle ,
B6stou thas the. i > J' vT' .,j..'- >-, r rjr- frlii '
The Transcript following be lieceasarT 'fe'ESr the
and the expenses of collection. ; ; 6 v1anyk9 girvlojia8.8eF4 mttcKtteyeofAs ;

:in Oregon and California 150,000.00 hauchable -article" 'on 'th'eBubject' of.FemaleSuf-- ,*. SE'frage. l1S5O;'$ mb&.drliewnt *k/ fSf -

husband and democratic 4L N- elect-iox is hereb orded to bt belt! Ixii 1 -'..' '. 4 ' ;
amount to $2,3532i5.7 Imagine Whig a : the SeconuiDivistoit bf theFlqrida MIli. mmeiate' apnIcatiqnbmad at uungCqn'hi' .."7aclsonvmii. J'4 __._,',
wife a free soil incle iind a hunker'aunt; a lib- 'TI I -
which exceeds the 1848 .
sum expended for o -
o a
the first eit at tie .;. '- > *'
OR Monday1nApril **
cousin 'coibriizatibnis't *** J SALIre a -j*
a nephew a > *\i v -f Tplacesi "o
the same purpose by $220,579, and yet, Mr. erty party BOZE4I4
niece and three bloomings daughters 'appointed i ]by law for the election otCotinsaid : .. _- 17.r riI.fl1Ufe
Meredith is not, satisfied. His reputation for slaveholding ;c: '

Veracity bat stake in producing a deficitwhich, who have gone oveiybodice and bustle, to Iiyi8ipnf* )[fillltbe yaca.ticydcctoionediyAl. iiz *;
tile committee of and' means, are 'equally'determined the unterrified"democracy, -and, '1orthE4rt *, | tNoU e.st1i '
ways, ,; .T n'n4SMM A eiieral'Je s e Carter f A T su11te1 zeu4 iL to5lWI'or; jci
'to avoid., ", time in their liye?, .will vpte in pink muslin'
$ TJIUE e- .
at the electi.qn-r-imagine group
P. S. Mr.Calhoun' I regret, is.very.ill; so la gathered rouncj the same table, at tea and' ,n?uffios Battallios, and" ompai1esithIu'tbe limits L tween the undeigned.underhenm'Reab.iailas we
as jivisioii; ; are hereby and ty le f Cooper& jSay dissolve4 bezAD,1S4
Mr. Hacket the member fro'm'our State; ;; grace byr.Garrisop.Afl&Aby :looking oflad,
mutual consent.CHAS.iCOOPEB
in at,the (,window'. How, lone TrpuldafweU by
built house'probably stand. .divided husagaU3 t, -commanda/and make returns according'toJt 4:
.i itsein 'v, is also ordered'that. hos persons'who &c.te4 f efad& 5iai &4*>C f tfn'ofsucicription'tothe .t '
-V" _
t a4Z ** *v i throusnd.
the tIiOctOJbcti LIO&eS costs
and tile e1ectionihed
: !Savannah Republican iTKeinfluence owomen1'wiUbe,'derlyez*! &41i1p ctoH

Republican (bot.h whigs)' concur in the -belief, hibited.ici joiutiQmmittees of both'sexes go.the, tt'ri Lu EuEz4pe'acz.4i a,T3icI6 &bjda otaale,
also act as inspecton.?ofthcf"Election above or-: 'Ian ygand.beigIn'theiaid
that the time has now come when the South subject otthe.Union; $$y t e wfloenoe Vpfpjar ThiJiT ap countyot 8tLuciaa11e4M&rri1t5
Northern 4ostviolent'and.cabtankerpu5 deredJa I'stock' titTan nd If Rafl lto&L
.t'tbufai1 women some ; .,
should take her stand, and proclaim; ? f.;the utrnchiyarymajJetr'avelj'a the perso 11Snd '

and no further to the wares of Northep njggresfiioh .tarn edaud taught'to ,plea&antlj holding.the.elections In theTarious ?Cronipany eriuht

> Wesay* to thes/Uortberii presses nnd pig in a *trng.:' : Districts, t4'P tSnlay8notipfe thereof, atthreexjfthe tof Don'nnMcintoaby.tho! Sp4itaoznma and- '

l 4 v *'* day, that,th'e Hbn, -. '. .j.Jjffl '" great mosi ubtic-places;in,saidlDistrictTnrrjj Septeitler nsndwibeouUnueicfl ; '
politicians.-If you really value the Union,.taite and' ; avery'houth'tbe an 1IIOMM 3EOWN, m uuie'i: XcInth by Geo.
man, iobodydenid jbth
care to keep yuur hands from intermeddling leasttstttite :' niIZCTE .4 VClrk ohd'L'eebcris17't; ,uirifl
a4op,4ir*pjajna'fomrmlffeWJkfjWetyttevUtfpnfr' '-

our local affairs'for;: which yon are not.responsible : =ld Eqlloc "Hid F.ekIIar7 ; : ___b fl' ,. b seen'byhe44 surreytheth i& (

,andjirhlcn'only,. interest'us-: H'yqf gfc.tachmentti she should Uke.&r ouce \berUfei''to: "be'm a' -.. ', '-' .-----.', '- ki al"er. t'-% 4 :'
':----- couiiUee fhe- bole.' '* S ompo.m
i>e >a IfT pcerj f1011 not pre? '

tended, it,is necessary .yo J1 1h MMosY.yonngady4wuJolcftby1 a' : 'sj4 .

vthese unju/t jidjinpardonabie f gsionsjdo named ladythatnhe': bJid better precipitate' a3"ria ;: -oebn thProbates I

aaterially,th'reaten'its'integrity' .., and.. ,..ijJermanent thatt herself over the Nligara Falls into'the. basin be u* Ta b ,

8afefy&n onlbe r e urpd -bT.bvit. : further adof -
; could 1"A5Thfl Uo 4othtate' Samuel .Ejljot
I would if I thought find a feujbandatfle' M.v'
he11 9! !u $d bottom.i&Sfy'.jrlvl "' A '* "' '"' ? 1_'_*' *.jr j".MUH.MSXMf T% W I MA. Iet ?4J Cumbia couBtymtb6, ,

'wEen reflection emvs,J>yretiaciB tbS 1 181 I : t1T1eat vt an. dieases othe Cbcaud Luns -MtItTfl,1Y. r.FITCHEXT, t first Mond* In-January; '
V MAB***! 4A AAO.i'tAll.1 **- 4 A1B1EDFeb. AdmioiBtrtUix Uk!
*iv U whfch* vegivnr ach$eribus ground* : : bjectionabIc of.tbEzjjotBW.? E1liOT *
'itffcWiV H insists _
ofiomplaint- to the. ..South." ', ,..... ;* f uiu&bithot:$l4.31'a W 't '-<-ri!ft t4tT' T>. <3T 3 3 VJt&fK I .rxte.v.twfifn** .1 vl

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.t 1'tk GYi e*. JThD'}? 1II'I rl .f ""A",.!" .., t' T : lIA"l'IO I. .OUSES .. t eh .bP(,t IUI t..w. .
t"H + J 1.II.h.t't't r 'J
i' \ ) ii' ";" II w l.tci.. .t4.tJp_.,
91""la. :H M\.:,rST.. *ifr.r: ;::. MIV. c v ui4V-wytu ,uvug y o1ar EarsqsIj 1a .
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f I U i 'Uti t "n t'.j1 ': 4+ A .t!"' meaS .
to is ?beiantohoWnt ; iia tlLt1
= (& ( LrB1LaoAbooA4\ yt' 1I1\t.' ... :'"J", .. .. .', .rjUII ;WELL(,\KNOWN:::ESTABLISHMENT, lenler :aidaJiTertr .
9$4 V' r .. yr ; .IJf.-1\ ,..f r '1:1.7')Ii\a of IMeunIergone ti rugh, "PJ :
; ? : ; 'b ttIbifirestOn4"Bei '
: j"i
I TiSrebynotzaed that it {* the intention "o'i'J andjii'. nomr pene l orjth\.tcfp 0- orlffl 'oastf'J It do g'6cd "_
A thetAtiantTo and Gulf Railroad. Compii* ; : thooght might, toj'1I
: ftADr.C" '
1 :She used & number 'Of I'tJ uUei t
,ta,apply. for amendme'nti to the Charter this 'House ".
ny '' .,THIS INSTITUTION WILL.BE OPENED ON The well earned wputatipn which l no'good:previously: ,J '1' rfi fcth. '

sailCcajpany: at the next meeting-the. '''Geie.r&1amb1yUToilda. y "'.*' 'the'first Monday June u d-" 'c1uck. ,A.M,' I had'acquired,:it'is the intention of the present. ;' JOHN 1 ,
i ." ?'. ,' lI-' in[ Jacksonville,*East llor d. -/ --. -: Ii proprietoru> sustain.-'.-"'.-".*, .;e.. :-,&>?.:.'.<) .'ft, i5Evexy '' -' "! '.

November* t 2471W< ,i .. .3m- fcl! 1LaadtllFor ;:- 'Separate,room! tdir b 'fitted:'up for\the ac; : 1 accOmmcxLition' ".willj be:'extended Joguests. cTO'TDE.iLlbI ": -1

;: eommodation:'o(young TA4s and Miwe where .tf Invalidstravellers."ind'cithers* will -. .1'. -'.,. .' ,:.-, :-'- .;. 'n
; Salcfc Wear' Tump.V. this It B, 'J'FJM4LB M DIClN f' JiQ ,
they will bft ifQ' \h.E1tmentAM; andhigher find: hoqse desirable,1 Ii sitoatedjfacing [; $ \ : ,
-.. .' : tlie.1 dark ?feet 1oDgwItbcouit' ;
'ut.hi.ltJi platxa175
) ; 1"; ; bmnchesi of on. BnglUV'ttnd i'elassical ? } :TOKw.>ra'8AumimpW&: s'

\ ., 1 Education,land'young \njen will be fitted ifor yard in front,';and, protected; 'from L I .and speedy.cure for incipient

t, rplilS land, a.quarter section in quantity,$UejJy i i College or for nrofessionAl life;io\\1.t I atin and nor4eaWthds." ; The. rooms' are eligibly sittuu __ ". "" ", >. ._ ., '.t. :for.the, general prostration t'o. t'I1 l
'J.in Siasoa'aj Hnnvnock;..at; tweUe. niilea. Greek cl le3and in the.;PhilottppUical and ted,J large"and airy;the building iut& ': :-AN:'ENTIRELY, VEGETABLE. ',COMPOUND.THIS .. ''Jnatter.whether. .the/.result of b,, 'i eI,:
distance from the plea&iAt,and growing jtUlag* UeW.b6 Howe bulltof wood Ulithedand
Mathematical sciences. !being or"
Jftmpa..: About one.half 1$ cleared auiLha'ibeen.ia plastered&c.5In. : _a'word, U IB built ex- MEDICINE was prepared ..brtplu. .accident causes"; product'" bll... .Irregularity< ;'iIi lt11t.
ts. i a 1d is tn. result(an extensive ; .
cuitivatioa soil is
vrarn\iight" at d of good.t o./J'e.\n.;. depth'. The ani iwell, ?: 'TM TEAlL11 be divided IntOJoi quarters,. .p if esIl1 NViiU for thA; he'pUrpQfl..r.l\ ad J.1 combinedt lnHJ'f thepresent practice ..tym11eati'in'a',.bilious.cli. .Nothing 'tie:more' surprising tJngvigorstlag ,
many _. vantages .
2 ka eachnith interrening vacalions. ; L> :mate'1- Those who have usedIt themselves, \ 'effects': ion the huuan frttfc'sens
known for its large yield of S.1. cotton. ,ofabput 1 w : ., I D AVI* ai3u13tbOSe. ; "
prQpdetress1r$ ,
The water is soft and.pure and the plac'decidedly .,,The. day:will havetwo sessions:the' first, ..patronizing the houw that her exert iona' will seen its'l lutarectsupon otbrrsueed' no 'all weakness and lassitttde,'front uat '

be lthl.. .Several. hundred other from 9 to 12 At, and the second, from 3 to 5 P. tplease. "t-J' -. farther evidence of iu great value The health once become 1'Obti.I'ud full ofarfl <
acres M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to p(thousandi"has been, perfectly restored.'by its influence U'in iLediattly 'ccunttr :
; could be got, ajacent and similar, the whole being Very respectfully, 'J' '. : enerveleraess ":
of mbdemte elevation. The exercises in English composition and declamation. TIlE this medicine, when all/other'remedies -havefailed. ofthe"nn Je irunejLk i J t&a:,
on a plain ." .,d. ,'. ,. .PROPRIETOR .
Jw ; i : causeof bi.frt&rjees. .
f & / i rAfter : Jta operation la noi simply to suspend great '
is good } the neighboring woods and Si .Oct.SO 1W9. V *
range q wi l be received Augusiine,| > the diieake for lime .but to purify the It will.not *be UICf; dilot In
priaries,which latter aw.quite 5x tensive. Within the first term, nc pupil \ N.B." Attached to te home U stabling;I a ,' system ts/ fr\
the of the session and restore it to sound and perfect health. delicate a'nature;to exhibit cntifica1ft "
is txcept at or nesr beginning 01-
convenient diatunce, on the public! Lihd .a carriages.? bones, ppniea i boats, ami all fixtures \ : '
site for a reskjepceoverlooking; scene of aarpasing and no pupil for I,. ,than.,?, i one*..-tern.*' for excursions. 'oct27.2m A ana1.LTrmt lt on ,the, tcau .. cure olfe'fer and ague and otKer diseases of ,.hundreds of cases have been rej.rttd to ta.'-
made ) :
beauty "The.terms will be known. 'aw, .; .) = .
"' -' blliqisciitea"uy; be hid gratis of the,undersigned. DB..Tou-jtsiM>: Jjy wife being'greith "
by application. .at Key Vest Florida to. Reading Writing andArlthmetfc.. W,00 fl. ssHdhue.'tir.. t : ,.
-" > :tressed b1.kntll".lld.I l1eral'd
'J. w: STAlK.Dec.I. studies .,'\ : 8,00. ? biUtt..
Higher ;glish ; t. > .t llESUWiCiUBER h2vlng i taken'
: 1 S4 6m Philosophical and Clasiicftl studies! 1000. / iI':up'hi! residence pennanently" *in"I Also, .numerous.ce t.tcatram men of the' sundering continually.t by pain 'and, !it1: 1
highest testifying to the dcultieandhaving: known cai
I respectability great
toth, '
One half the of tuitiona price Jacksonville-respectfully
( _efficacy ojf this medicine,. can..be seen,on,application medicine has effected peat'curts
iitfl.erC', Sale of Yiituufile'BeitiEstate. ;& \ldiea' pursued,fwiir be expecied In'advan.ce, .1. the pnb *that he 1 is now wepared to hearing it rectfumended for such ; .
.and the baVmcaiat the end of e ch term. to ,theBoot'and Shoe i in all a. ).l
carry on' < business described 1
e CO. obtained bottle
T. a HOLMES & a of
Bounl.will in TO.W.O :.at .reasonable -. 't1l1' i 1
: ; provi4ed its branch As he obtains all his, materiola
Y V1ftTUafadecretn1 order of the Dist of Sarsaparilla and followed ti.
B [ .rnontbrfPupll9oth; the cownf he be enabled Agents for. $acksonvle and Ificinity.Jacksonville W4 MWJf'
trict Court of the. United States for. the. rates pae? ; directly from.New;Yoxk will to. gare me. In a short period it ren.oved ll.t
Feb.'24 1849. CmDR.T0.WNEND'S lat
and QUI rdias who may de- ; cea
Parents and work 'l Iws
try; furnish custom at a much, pceantt
Northern District of Floridmade( on th.e 14th plaints and rotcrtd her to .Jth. *
sir* to 0.1'1\\1\1 themselvea oftbetaciIiti, s of this of far superior quality n has hitherto .been 'h. BA
Master COMPOUND EXTRACT! eratetul for the benefits
day af June, 1849, undersigned, a of their chi\dren she received Itri?
Institution for. .education oiruitathat i
accessible to, his fellow citizens.
in of said Coart will offer for sale at pleasure in thus
Chancery :
acknowledging and
: I it.. rcett.
exertion SARSA-ABILLA.
be. assured that no -
and others may the patronage ,which'has already been extended *
the the -
auction before the Cqurt House in mending iUo
public public. 11"I
Town Jiicksonville in the of Dnval will.be spared to ensure the' health. comfort and to him i aDd for wb.\ch he' takes'this occa- This. Extract is put, up in qvqrt.bqttks-it U. M. D. MOORE

on Wednesday'lhs. sixthly, vt county'February _'next, progress in knowledge of all who.' way _be sion'\'eturQ', his si sincere thanks will bfrstillcontinued. six times'. cheaper, pleaanter} and warranted supenior AlbanyAvg.l 1844.; eor.ot Grand & Lydiuas <

entrusted. to the,c&re'of the PrIncipalRUFUS to any; sold. I"cUJes d iseusea.without
the following real estate 'o. George( Kingsley, K. SEW ALL Principal\ the TO BOTHERS AND: MARRIEDL .E'J
deceased wit: Repairing ofallkindd exerted with,neatness tJom.linl,pur. ,kenifig4T debilitating pa- + $
DRAYTOX' N., B. Pupils in. Town will be expected, to an4 despatch, directly opposite the.BIL tient. ,ana is particularly adapted for a This Extract oi >fiparilla has been eijrftsV 1
provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen. Ll.t\Rlf8.c\LOQN, i in Bay'Street. FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. ly prepared i in relerrnce to len.ale ecn tlau.

; Situated on Lake: George, containing seven* ded. [Republican'copy.] "'- BENJAMIN; a. MJt S. The great beauty and superiority of this Saraaparilla Ao minnie who bus reason to sutpose. she if SIN

teen hundred ((1700)) acre., more or lens-vulu* May 19, 1349, _tf Jacksonville, Sept. Sth 1849. 6mH over all other remedies is, it eradicates 1daing that !?itinl period, "iheturnctlileX!

able for its situation, the quality of,it*soil, and HOTEL disease, it invigorates the should neglect to take it, as it is a certain tn.

for its orange, lemon, and citron groves.FORRESTER'S I -JACKSONVILLE '* 'R< REID: % COjJE&tRS. >. body consumption cured, ventive lor any of tli.DUD. eicui JDd hcrrillr'

POINT. cleanse and strengthen, diseases to which icniaUs'are nbJtct at Ills
1fniTHE R. R. REID & CO having Ceased ;
be cured time of life. 1 his,
consumption can period n be ,
delayed ftr
Wharf and the buildings attached ay
the ,
Situated the St.Johns River sixteen "
on SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease are in connection with 'their bronochitis, consumption liver complaint severa\yeara by sing thu medicine. Zirisit, ,
miles below P.ilatka, containing about six hun the" Hotel 'formerly occupied by Mr. DRY now'ipaed GROCERY H4RDW4RE colds, coughs catarrh, asthma; spite .less valuable lor/those nho. aje!,'otproacaurwomonicodas '
dred ((600)) acres more or less. COOP of blood the it It ,.
WOOD respectfully solicit a continuation of AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHXENT. ting ,sprenesn chest calculated to aieut natare

BUENA VJSTA. the ,extended patronage which has hitherto to doa GENERAL COMMISSIONBUSINESS. hectic flush', night sweats, dim'-. by quickinicg the blud and uivifcnti K the:

Situated near Forrester's Point, containingone been bestowed upon this, well known establishment. .; cult or profuse expectoration systim. Indeedythit.nudi ineisinValutblelor- ,

thousand (IOQQ) acres more or leas, with. an .* In order the better to merit it they Their established the Satan* and pain all the disme to nhich trtn.tn aresutjeet. .
charges are by
orange grove upon it, and have enlarged and thoroughly pAlred the nah rates. in the side,&c. .It bracts the whole system. rtce &J-tr1UJl. "
and adopted improvements to have and ently the natural entrgiH>ly ,itn ctitg :the ',
building, many
SAN JOSE PLANTATION They are the Agents of the U.S. MaU
and comfort of their can be inpurities: ,ol tht' Lcd not far
the health guests. ; so stin.nls\i
promote this and g
Situated in Duval County, on the River St. Steamers at place, are now enabled the .
The old friends of the house will certainly cured. yttm us lo prvdvce subsequent relax
Johns six miles from offer'eYf ry to the Merchant Planter .
to facility
Jacksonville, .containing deem it an'advantage that the'table will be under Probably ther# never was a remedy tha' has .tion, vhich v the cbte tl n.cst n-edicitw ta'k>? :
less 'of i babout. and the ,
three hundred ((3QQJ) acres more or Publiogenerally.GOods funule .
the superintendence of an. experienced been so successful desperate cases ol consun.p- Ion ,.lJlua8s.d djezmze..pJsL44 ,
their, will be received
and consigned to care .
one seventy-five Ilcr.e.a. are aid flatter themselves tion this cleanses. .and strengthens the ; OJ J44T 1iVJ' .
for cultivation. On the place is'a dwelling Hostess by whose they and forwarded with' despatch. a" ; ? # .
open Hotel, in the and to heal ulcers the fl-II4:44AiJ.ZcJ's7.:
house, with necessary out buildings &c., they shall not be rivalled byany Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situated system appears t.he. on {.i
enabled the constant steam lungs and the patients gradually regain their Itw ozzly.22,384.
&c. The above cea offer inducements South, being now by convenient to the Wharf. ,
great and Charleston usual health nnd D.. 'l.OWliSEliDLtIJr if ) .
communication with Savannah strength. : -1. wile)
\ *e*
to purchasers, being healthy, and pleasantly Pal&tuSt.John's River, E. F January 13, I
of the fine markets of been -'ichd *iib a diet seet. tie Le&rt atid .1
to have the advantage CURIOUS CASE OF CONS UMP TJO4V. ,.
situated immediately ,on the River .'It. Johns 1849. 1yHOLMES
with fertile lands bearing of the tropical those Cities: In addition they bring to,the bu. There is scarcely a day passes but there area with terrible vj-tuit Jvr; pvtr. fificin.yetts, ;
many siness an experience of many years, which will number of cases. of Consumption reponrJascured .the greater pert 01 the tinethe UiU n |
of them already in a growing statt.
fruits some & CO.
enable them to judge better the,means of attending by the use of I r.,Townsend's Sanaparilln. troubled with thprtnese ol Ireathttd reatnt> |

:!TERMS.' to the,wants of those who visit the mild 'iVf ESSKS. HOLMES & CO., have removed The following:.was recently'received: terinpof the heart, nhich has Lttzm I'J dix. |

Onethw. cash:balance iq one, two, And climate of Florida, for the purposes of health '. .their stock of Merchandize'to the large DR. TOWNSEND-Lear Sir: For the last, .trell ng', ind fits .jrt vtntly bet n unable ta "

three years, with interest, to be secure
bond of the purchaser, ami mortgage on the THE INCREASING reputation! which the climate known as the, Government Building. They debility, and nervous,consumption of the last and,ever,. He tried alncst J every.i<; tdy ursuchcasra I

premisas. of Florida possesses in the estimation have added to their stock, by the late arrivals stage,and did not expect to ever gain jay health !ith'*W mt1itl. be.,fit. "hen',iie

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, the medical faculty for.the cure of consumption from New> York. full assortmentof Dry,GOods at all.' After going .through,c ur e of medicine -. had akenbu IiottJ\I.QI ."O\1 ZtUt3t fI

, \' Master in.Chan ery. and.other pulmonary diseases, has induced a Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c.. &c .under the.care- \of som of the W Oat dLan.\ medicine i she**B fntirely.relieved ol tie_<&4S S

t 1'. ._$t. Augustine, N"v. 24, 1849. 9t vast_ increase i of travel. to this A .State,.Curing: L th.. which they are prepared ,to. sell at reduced, guisUed'regular phyacians and mem.bers oj the oftht,beTh die ";utur..ha;.')lnt Q: g

fall awl winter.months. of tnose wm seeK tnerelief prices. Board of Health\ ui New York and elsewhere. \irely,disappeared. H V -4 !:4
BLAI'aWOOD'1II M.tAZlE afforded by & millei'atmosphere-and in They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, and "apending( the most of ife rnjigsinat.tempting 8hf has also kad,the dTcysr, 'J4;irat teri

AKDTHEBritish view of this fact, the subscribers have determined Hides, and,other produce of the count.at the .regain .my h a8J1d afjter reading much.sirpllen.Ve], hi.d coiaeathitiheeotUd

Quarlcrly Reviews. tha.t their exertions to' merit the patronage highest Market' ..tesi and make cash advances in some paper of your Saraaparilja I esoYe \- bf so bene ttd, as.the htd' such a, tqi plication.

OWING* to the late 'revoh tiot\l and counter. which shall>bestowed. upon them shall,be 011 consignments their friends. in..Savannah. tA try H. After using six bottles \ found it of diE 5a.. .But}t h'n.i1 a*strfcipe f as it niy p.pear.relimd j

revolutions the nations of Europe which .. without regard to toil or expense.' and Charleston, or New York* done in>e 'great good, and.called.to see. yon at herol. thedrcpy. itk'ansrt
among BUFFINGTON & COX. have' : article of IronPloughs that thfg st&ttn.ent.is. so stnngV 'mtoiiuiralthoet
feave followed each other in such quick succestpion They a new Wrought your olBce; witb your advice 1 kept on, and dp :

and of which "the end is not yet? the lea ,Jacksonville.. 61849. tf .-to which they would respectfully. call most heartHy.than.k; you fQ"You\ advice l.per- like fiction, but it is, xeeertht'. fUt. sober t:
The Charleston Mercury and the Savannah the attention Plant reality Your Sanapanl1a is certainly a tst f
U-: "rs. severe taking tfteSarsapariHa. ,and have been
of Great Britain have become -
ding periodicals the above Nov. 6 1846. tf usual uable me'dicinK i ;aid, should be 'u'etdby etery
invested with a degree of interest hitherto un Georgian'will please copy Jacksonville able t( attend tot mj labors for the last r
middle between until forbid. four months, and :I hope by the blessings of God one,that is suffering :>e have been. : 11 any_ -
They a ground
occupy and iut .- k Land for Sale. and your Sarsaparilla to continue j y health.It .- 'disbelieve. this accocnt, they- are 'atb1tt.t, l> ':
thehastydisjointel. necessarily Law Notice .
perfect records of the awl newspapers Yours : -
eand acres of Lan.4 .situated ,in Nassau kn>w CHARLES QU1MBY.' ropectlujlyj ;
and ponderoqs tre..ttiEe to be furnished AVING the State for California. I 1 \ 1 .
'H .let't. 'near Nassau'and partly near St. Orange j sex Co.N.J. Aug. 2 1947. l'1'q\V EB 1Ja: tN"
County, partly .
; by the historian: at a futqre day Who yer have transferred my business tn Col., .
reads these periodicals obtains u correct nnJ conjunction with MirvV Rivers b iu2 a.PQrtion oftbe Waterman State o/New Jersey. :.E*1ez,County, ss.-Chas. .
Samuel Spencer-wbo""iU,11
of all the business Gl'l1 t. The above is heavily tiPbered'pine, Q.qimbl'be}iIgdq l1 8wor according i to law, on DPEPSt _" "
connected account important political Mr. Baker aUunfinished to No
prosecute ZuidorinedIdine'lijeyer been ? )
land, conveniently situated upon water coorsea his oath sjiith, that the fpxego.\ng statement istrule dKoYr f
events of the old world as they occur and .
a close. ed vhich eo nearly rtcn ble] Jthe:
with the exception of about five hdred acres ,according the best pf Acknowledge IlllbeUef. ? > *) gastrie juicor >
learns the various conclusion)}drawn from them The Militia claims in charge w.nl..be attended saliva
my of heavy hammock ,land the St. Mary'sHiver. tHAS. QUl Br. ip deccniposing food and f trengtieninrthe E
the leading spirits Qf the The Ameri in connection with Col. .
by age. to by myself, digestion this
whole be Sworn and before meat organs as ,preparation of
The or any portion will\ sold. subscribed Orange
Publishers therefore deem it to call Col.Charles E.. Sherman, of Washington > .
can proper Spencer, and Sarwipa fli.
Upwitively cures
renewed attentiou to the works they republish ,and every effoT'izadi by'us jointly to' cheap fop fcich. Apply, to ,. i. the 2d.August,,tS 1. Justice CYRUS :.BALDWIN dyepej.eia, holreTerseTi re or chronic eJ7ctle.f" i
WILLIAM HICKMAN. of the Peace :
and the ,low prices at which they of. successful result. I. have ,
very are prosecute them to a UA': JC I'triETutNT,AtBArr.A'Y 10.18431 ;

t. fered to subscribers. The following is their no. authority to collect the money due QIi't"eSe' _JacksoyillM&rch'__ ;. 17. 1849. .tf TWO CHILDREN- 8.YE t t 9 1 '$(-' _:1 :bave fy esriflLieted
list, vis: claims as I have always preferred to have whatever . "CD;! t, !) Ifof ice.JVTOTICE. Very..few families i indeed-.in fact we 'have for several years' with dispepsia in its:worst

:. TOE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, money may appropriated, placed the in the. ,hereby given to.all persons hay1s 'o$:heard ofone-that used._Dr.,Tow 'e 1d's form,attended.with ;6ou>riepa\of.sUn'-scn' loik

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, hands of a local paymaster, such. as of'th.eir: parties II log any 'demands against the Estate .of. Saraaparilla in time lost any children the past i appetite, extreme heartburn, ida great'

THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, interested' may select,. after the act re: George.'.8..Payne, Ute of Sillsboroueb county summer,:while those that djd. not sickened and. lant810D 'to'.a1J kinds of focdt'and. for'vteXs

REVIEW lief. OR.EGORY' YALE. deceased:aye .quested to present the same'to, 4i 4. ..Theceflicate we.pub1ishbeowig] 'con-- I, (what:: could eat) I,have been n bleio1rtisinbut'i
THE August 281849.; iheqhdersigned.withoutfdelay;and all..Creditors !- cluaive evidence of its value,:and is'only! ,anotherinaiancVpf snjt.ll l portion' .on: n y .toi tried tie

AMP 'd..lnl.lraler'e,NfICe, ,.I.eptecs.aq4: persons entitled to:distribution ita> saijpgtheiies; of Children i: su remedies! ,. but ,they,had. but little of noeffectJn '

BLACKWOOIPS: EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. bl date shall( act' :. are mereby'notifietLtliat alV.clujms'ofwhatever'nature ,- Ds.; TdWNseSir'lliadt; ; hil. reBuoying|ctnplaint. '111 as indacedj -.

The above Periodicals are reprinted in.'New .SJX-mOn and after vouchers.to.the present Hon.Judge my of they may;he," will,be forever dren cured by your Sursaparilla of the summercomplaint j about:two"n.onth8! since, to try your Iil' "

York, immediately on their arrival. by the Brit Probate for Morioa" county, for a final'settlement barred,unless itheysbttU' be.presented within and dysentery t .one was only* 15 of.Sarjs parniai' ; and 1 n-ust si y>jth,"littlifidence
ish steamers, in a beautiful :' type, QQ' fine and apply for a discharge as Admintetra- two.wi from the' ,dute of the first publication. i months old and the other ,3 They were ; butatterusivg! nenrly,{ toU.- \

white paper,and are faithful copies of the' originals ;of, the estate' of Samuel E, willey late of hereof' and all persons indebted to the estate very much reduced,and,we expected they would found my apj elite resttred' and !the hearthentirely 9s\'
Blockwood's Magazine being an exact fat- top ,. are requested to come forward and settle their die 1 'rtmoved. ,. and. 1 'woultl'earne Lowndes county. Georgia deceaed.WM. : ; they were,given up:by ;:two.:respectable tiose .
edition. with cbntinend' use of it to hb 'lave betx
simi of the Edinburgh ;D. BRANCH Adm'r. accounts physicians.-i hentbe'doct or infotflieduithut } '* .: 1
In these periodicals are contained the views, "4 -1849,' '6m 'JOHN DARLING we.wiust .lose'jthem.; we;resolved 'to.. try,your a1i1ctedsIJ! have bfep: Ipurt&c'.'.'."_
Marion Aogust "
; moderately, though; clearly and.firmly exnrescedof Curator,of thf:Personal Ettatt.fraiilMrfitpr' ,4-e. Sarsaparilla .we,had heard so,'much:of'',but had ..' \V'''V'vA: ?,. Z u'J

the three great ptrtiea in England-Tory ':1ll1hlriitrla' '1'f.II.. .:Tampa 'la.Oct; 13, S.9'' little confidence,'there being so much stuff advertised to. N.B.'. :r J cheF tI9nJtllr1 s'bi'!
and R4i -Blackwood" and the I shall that is worthless enlIst 1 eeenitt : ,.1ft 't 1ftf1i.JJa,
Whig .OX months;afterdate, present my ac3 : : but. we are "very. t1'
London Quarterly' are Tory] the "Edinburgh _: ,co ntiaud,vouchers.'to.th.e,Hon. Judge of .< ". lci. thankful.that.we did, for lt'undoubtedly savedtli&liyes'ofboth eig1rv oI8'f.'fO": fU

,evieW" Whig; and the "Westminster Review" ,Probate of Colambia county, _for a final1 eettlemen.t l S mqntbsafler'date, shall present my ac- ,I write this tbat'otbeniay : :fJ' Cflll$ '!fti : .gG-.f.u t9, t.1n Iilc4i!t!

Liberal Th "North.British Keview" owes its .and ask a;discharge' from the further administratibabf ; opts' and ,vouchers,Administrator of be induced' .to'use it."' Tburs;reipe ] ': 'NT4; Bed ling &'co;8 'tate.t.' t n-'Iote

Mtablishment to the lust great ecclesiastical. the estate'of, Duel M. Elliot. ,' the Estate of Ramon Sagchex, ''deceased to.the ,' JOHN ;WLooON'. Jr.t1.i &ipisj32 9i1h i Cciid4t'!' i14ejhfa tS
in Scotland and, not;ultra jq, its' ; "*" Honorable?. Judrbateofstaos: c an ? 'SJJ ,list atiLT Luroi.fc co.
movement u deceased;late of Columbia;cou 'My1eavnuC Brpoklyn Sept 1 1847 : ; > \
views on any one of the grand 'departments of .MARTHA W. ,lTCBETT.4dmlniitratri ty, fpjv.a final,;,settlement::of widCEstate., and :Ricb oJl1 I;J' :.1 JK j Cohen! ,;rlesictfjTTTfih't
thalli**the i setiwepply. for 1 #, H J t1' {, F' !. ti aMteHt:1\r-Y
human knowledge; it was originally edited i by ,of the Estate. of 8. W. EW. t. LettersOfipismission 'y' "'c: : : Orleans 05 South".fearlrt.
5 as iwcb AdmJDlstratorot| which all '3arn C i ,"E8Jl oDe.oftJi .Assistants A1 lBaBiAIrk29- "'corlVol
Dr. Chalmers, and now, siuce'ljsdeath./is'/ Conducted 1849. '6niI'eraale : per- : ;
by his son-in-Uir; Dr.:Hanna, dci ed }ulf21f soul interested, "in.'said:Estate,' edeked'.totake'noticr in the Lunatic Ayslum,JHackwell'iiIahnd' ;i ii the $ayketaridfcrprihcpal; :\ dafi\.i'I",1iJ"J; ; ; d'b' .

with Sir David' Brews,r.' ,. "literary djaroo- 34c1i50uV1110 1 lu.tUcier -i A.-, ;: t* *f MAURICE> ., *., V SANCHEZ i ''; -** 'gentleman spoken of.in the following letter;t'" : ) .' rnfgs! &>n4xW; J'f Sflnfs'giinentbrooghout .

Ur 'Uof the very highest order.'/ ','The"Westminster pHE';.Committee of{;Direc.ion have adopted "". -" "1,,,". ", 1.. 'Admlriistrat'ojAugust8tb /' *% Irt RHEUMATISM.! *. ,tij ,tIp: UnifrdMalf! ?, WcsnEjirt sni

,"thougft reprwted under'that title only, .,tJ.-;- the, ,folio- .wing regulatiou., of. -".._*& 5 k...Sti..;4agustiD-v ".. :.' ''. '','I .'"'.49, :. '""'.:.,:.'.8m'..:.',.:.. 1 This Is only'onevbf'more than four thousand1casfes'ofrheumatisra't the.tanadas.' .. ,-"' A Mi-BfiEDVAg ntiC.

.is published in England under the title Of.the 1 The; Bcholttstic'year.isto conwst four,terms '.'"'' "" : t-D 'Townspnd'sSfrUHPf .' 'r- ....<- ; : : : -. .,JaCkionylUe'jlorids. .
and .Westmin '?,-n being of eleven ireeto.eacfc.) ,". 7'ear: ,.00... ikw Bitibks'.. : ; iaM'riu:' s s url TJie iJJ O.t.: \ ,e.uR..n-'f'liIt.".840" : ../ .IJ9. 10
"Foreign Quarterly $ r, 'II''!' s.te ;: *',', -"-" .'.'.,.... ..'".' ; ; severe ipdpbniccasare ...i.. ,.. .. 'J-.4, .i..;"# _j .",- ',..11 ....1.11
in fact a union of the two Re views i (UJ,1Afr. Orthogwpbyy a4i g, writing! land arithme- TI8Tec4edand, : frs l'. .l"1 the iubsriL.4rn.i : :week7'er4lcated: byila... cx.t :, .. -, .A

ly published ani reprinted un Jr, seperute, titles. tic'per.tern $4,00.The abovpwith; English I ,(1'.be ''I", It -to' .e''..",A. '... ':4'tby. aordmaryirtuee.. s-. ; ...'' 'v" ,10' > i .-" IOUCt'; "Y -

It has, therefore, the a4vantage'by this grammar and Geography,-per term$ ,OOH"T e .;,;TQI;eT RJc "iXY 4N ;P A1 .. WKu/sisLAsn,,Sept.1411847.; ; .THE 1 MbSvit1JtIt. L ._..]tated11lt
.combination, of uniting in:one work the beat fea- above With the higher-branch an BDglbh; .r 'Jj "Q .f jJPpnnimbre Cooper.1' t Tow' sjin 2ta> &* ''I have-suffered ..Jfo-u'idoin.rrJ; ,

botb as here ooriisueJ. i -I .. e r l g lge.br.u.Get e 1' .' :.;. fPt. : "nJfta 'tem )ly..for tarn of iq 4lr1. :" j'i }';1 IC".6.0. ;.fu *iJi*:': l : ii tI''et.: "D 's : '" t
', Tour copies of any or1 all:,.thfl above irprks .,natural;UleQtal JD
'f will besent to'oneaddre&sonpayipentof thsregalar buIMtpy.icoiogy,4ronOmy; ; ,jztqTjcLbioj j \", ;.11 jiTtIJ.BbeCouflt : r. ATAL; B RQB; \', \ or wof k;;;I had;.the most distressing pain8,'. : .. .h. .. :n7 "ewj> !tioniifhi; Jsndi .:
1 tabscrjptioa for three-'the fourth copy. .al dEvi4ences "r v,"$ lunitl'r.le H*;;j'8oo, '!' .'P" :ufBlesslngto,23'= ceDts. )nijrliuib8r: were ternlblj8wollep. "1.have;used' sub'l I'W.b1&ts'ibeii II : ,iUbe "

/being&tis. Elich quarter.to be.paid to the TVw Qrer i;in ad- ; .., .ryk.f. .fIIUV.DR"TRIV'GUJhE'"Y ,.'....:1..<,$'I ,lfpnr ti 1 tIw-orybur\8arsapaHlla.;[andtheyhate'done coviftqi. J 4 wwe4o;'*- "

I v'. TERMS.. rl vance..- ..._..'.. tj. ,I''c,.... '. ,A4.'.... ..,. .,.:.1 ;4h..4. .:'kor ttJArn1 1I-0I-23.r ents .''nie more than'one t'hou5nti.i dollaw.worth'.. tachtd cnaiuJIou&stbe' r. a.
; iiJf& tthicstlIbhWe t1' an! ierij o
: a"'I'L .?-
i ReviewsS3.00 i .'in The S 1I.Ars'Il1 beundertbo carefulinitructionbf ():THE'SiRq1LOP THE SUN. j, .f'!. '! ej' :I d ff.d'l'; 'tiCi 'nt 'Eepnk'to 1i btihajO
;:Forft0yooe.of the four per experienced i f ecu iU'icMli. ft'"t'r V "" .4. Ro JIAc iaRevoution iI Pen25 'e ffreli ed. .l.Yot: ar t'U i1i 'b"eI tnitf.

I ;.Fdra5ytwQ, go.f. / tOQ ;: L" l'r.Iijkis i been::made'instruction,. in ",'' ."4 ,CHULIDJ 1DslT4tAL. ,. isttob .n fit ot&be.tllctr4 _':.".to' .lmt'hc.DI'. p1cpu..9.- A.. clop;with bia
dou "X000- -i..J :
Jor any three, ( : ; in..Frepch Painting a i Attd MuP 1 1'II"r" fuJl"I" ,i'l.J''' '' 'Ynn't'1 .08 -' Jf o'C1tfOUY
Liti p ; JacksonvjUe' ,..8epJj8e/ T''I ., ., A o' ,._ _. I Uf' E'IP Mf" '
yorsllfonrefAefleTfewi,. (- 't ,OO't, ft', -for.which *JJitiou;d iIlLbtigj; ;;. ... -rAbnthe ; 'i' f ,.\ ''t '".t COUIJNOTW4Lg ..: .' ;\. ..i--I. e4 ..J J' 7't'1. .t"-'c4 i ; c :."J\ 1

7JrI3IIct9ci'1': I < ;dt 5,00 3OCt::: : ut I I The. firat 'mD comUl'I1Ca.OD'.the1ltl&2fOoro' t'f Oa'D:9'A'LS'. ,'i.V"t aO."rie-1'Y- QaN.C-,'!'.{. o'b,"".,ft.I"11_. .. ,! :'That J);';.TQwnsen4'Barsapnifls Is.the,ye. .'>' '".. i-iD _- P1 .
rForBUckw9o4nd three'Reviews : J I"" r. "' Ae.- ;
and Sur Reviews. ..! ger, x..J..I: ;..,"'rr.f"J! I ft... .;\.r.-r.'H! i1/"fff\ r1.r..it..f t ,'. #'f.? .. QlOQ' .Syti ....Ra1ns'Ci;; ; i7be5t, .remedyforfnale; ("cpcaplalnls there.is.
t 1. Blackw'ooa i :
10,00 l
For. ,. ,'A'nplica\10DIor.l' a1oD'are,. .. ...t4."_..eto.h1) !oDCuna.flte: reserTt4flingerj D. ''o.t ga .i'tio t"tmg.tthOUlllld_'.ndf&h d. ,qr : J'X f, tic1ipt t\ct l .i
E 'Payment*to.be' made in til cases. advance. .. ,o .,+. J.o"ommltteeoirec' '!,f"."."!t'.:'r'tt "'.\1' 'monad-' bat""J n caaeA.nlt;; .,Oii'I''i'y_ Ci.tI' .t Weak'tiud:debilitated t :.females'tha .,were roP .i iO4tib 4\t..tit i.IGlIjtJ Jra1i'C .

4 > \I:..*1 3 \) .CLUBBING.. : > s: t ; ,,.,. .th.of.'M.'.,.Cofl3uT7rC. oyDz&oiot.. f'. ii J7J.1IjiJliAOk jnJ- i4f.aPi b. '(.'t"d'h ."dia Jd J }feuUa! a min l;: jU'PP : ,i't l.:$1 At.if :
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," _.*Remit.taDCellLnd cOmmunIcations should .A'\: fj i-.i-, E.1! "n..J.tril F":" \ : ; "'j&irati -blY* '.t iubjec (Weie; epon 'in.!- He enyen'otiobust :tuatlue'' .J.J a1"'h. '. .t te'of1Il.,. .--r Afi .
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s4' :; ( $ .
'tnict54old. .J, ebori1'ilJe, JUI174t. \0 ,,xAny UlCUnp1'" nIl Ol'ttt; reduced 'state t.tJ.1: Ja;;: redac 3by.4fariety : ' t 1 '.

of co'IDlaiptll11eh M f.mlMareHablf Aun$25i849. ;: Jr

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