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: March 9, 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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,AJyfl1flIeflt* not mirk*! with the nnml.ri j joiertn (Well she- Wii'_ ) conduct of a portion,of the whig pressJn: the.Stile rtl (hat coercivepow r tad been $Itg s *
e4uireL.wm i.e.inueiI; E ,'that iwrne"uf the leaders oihttWjr' aia; to tiring abon ;the1,pftseni'tiaty W er not suIin.predlIng O
..Apdbh those bright and lustrouspf; bs determined acjuiciutLL putEwsutiJeu ; ilnatitbtoaConstliution lPof California LEftte'Ui '
tti; rtlitfied 1**. fo$4lfC&flLbe1 That burned with holy fire- Taylor that C..lilbrui i honld be received Ioto.theUnlo ibit tttbe adopf;e l had been forced.itpdri theta."j :
iv l! Tliose-Huburn"curlsu that lotely Irow, 'with the Constitution that'shiT bus SteWra $urther.tbst uranccsh4; been log the brute Iraae pfrney} &hji

r.t nthrP. '. ; _., ., %Noue. tioiie could! but tdUhi*' ., fn; ietL .Whet her ibift|s merely,a pretext ib' given in abe most imposing manner, by tn'e; rowyw would relingnisb hhsI4uponibe, A(4csas.iI
Thr* Tonibi.Netapeltnr3anacrPlif1Ta.. *!/> Well couldn't in that I Li a rccurkuble,coincidence that asflkbetunewhen
(Ju! square. .. ( they ) cover secret determination to submit o all tbe, Washington unleWufcha.con itutiun i < r-tt .
t e' 7 00 I "* ' .V'-i wadndopiedas waa suited to
AM11kt, forjyAlireliglou LeUfI fl1AIbfliflItttI4U :i on 1; And ;0b 1 that light and niceful form,, any decided resistance! on'the pan of the State tigh peraoiiag here perhaps includ tompelied to.snrrendrr,iheiIlatii; jm/
notice* will be inserted grttuiouslj. So like a beauteous fairy, the developments of the future must determine. ing the honorable>ccat or fro ta Connecticut,,fox tb f
:: (-PeHiiips we'd lea*i off the f Bat why.should tbeSouttf s ibriiit the1 re.cept be?,ffJ' T0 adnjohished thmupoVthe snlject in theouibern'Staies.commenced; : ,>,

JitIJreurd t'1MTU And then it would be airy.) ;ion of CaUfornit'into,i tbe-Union ? d It"is' :bj circnldr for adgbt I kUyd ,raiid fncluding of these facts our friend snggestt.tbat COD !
tr (Well it would!) frankly dhittd,that her exclusion of'slaveryis the President and his cabinets-all the Influence forthwith repeal: !allbTrsprubibitiDgtbe Afrjcsa
$ C. &UiUUCTr.. P.stg1 pii. of tfce Executitf- Wate trade;taa*to'mtonW tberNoribUow*
i no cause for her reji-ctlon. It is not on ibis WOu14beibtownijpIn? $ the
crioua1 eo uB ftiic uou$ wil ; inrnrtmkMktil-l iWnAiif n M.tk i1 n kI y U
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,. A- -- grotiind thAt.We would exiclode 'iq s 'forotber.knd 4y.
I'd have one burning kla$i, diSereatireaiibn Snjryftr' nitVi T w ,
.!cr Al bilU far i.4 b l'rhiung, mull be paa4 ongir1is.ry She s4i4-ir, go antI wah your,face, I. Her constitution was.mnde,by those.wbp tio agreeable\o (hem,rteu thai tte'.L ihflnence be sjsaretotomecds, as i concitiatory n
411 h ? wick. To'u'can't enjoy such "bliss P had no right! to make? it. ''Two years% agb ibere ld oe-ekerted Ihoiigh tb'e-Tionbrable.Seni'atorifrom and> one' *i which w* -cannot-! -> -> faiL bj f its, comptnsatias 4
-1 ,- ,- (Well she did!) : :\ was upon her soil, scarcely an American citiien' Connecticut reed not? i&patfr aay .benefits to remunerate ulil'" non-slavehoIdiBgia
-THOMAS! ANDttEU, who designed making it his home Uf the thou I thing to the admiuistration or;to?-myself. ?J', part at (east for their los from"tbe aboUtion of
I'felt just then as if I'd Jroptfr sands of such now there} tbe great'mass'are a&" : state tovhiraa fact,that.has been published,-and tbeelave ,- that all) the free negroes in kaM?
DBA PER AHO TAII.OB. *>/'hiuibor.ito'*au mull; venturers,contemplating a return to thestates ; must bedisprov d6r 'inistfatrott will States be listed,and'set op at, lottery. ; Tb&r

sUBCBIBER having determined to 1 felt tny budding potaiun cropt- They hate no interest iu the soil.,. In no sense rsni nnindiqattd Itatet& birn'tt' fact' measure might| be, d vocal ed: on the, mnth Un.
THE tip his permanent residence in Jack Mere beauty could n't'come it, of the'word are they citizens of California. which'! would z t1ikc to for granted, in ded idea'ofue'n: JsibAt it isright and[propel'to
sontille returns th.inks to hw fellow-citizens I (Noalr-ree!) Besides these, are the Mexicans Mestizoes, Chinese tbebcQfeyji1ece..afac which most be get rid of*'HBwnrf*p ,n ob.matter tEou jb Jr
for unexpected nirtenient which bis I and Sandwich Islander,. They :have< not explained in relation to which this admiivistra% bent the expenieTnf i constitution. "rJ tsWe
hitherto been bestowed upon him, nut itt1re And did I quickly snatch ray hat, taken the oath of fealty to this Union :.. they lion must bjs vindicated 'else it must suffer in trust, tbatt thw.romproause; will ba received -;
them th.it in future he will spare no exertion I Without a thought of kissing know nothing comparatively of bur political insiitiisiunsjiin the estimation of the w bole coc tit ry." """' ( with acclamation' by all .parties. Jbjit
to merit a continuance of the!! p atrun*g. Be. And did 1 tver, after that, l untutored them as they, are, 3. TIre CoostitUtion t Culi( iLi 91 frand Sout basks nothing io return but to be letalonV
lieving that his reputation h is l lweu well establuhed Coiue up among the tni&ing ? otally unfit to discharge the high aud respwn on the South-. This,position has already t been I as she WAS before the African Slate'' TridYwas. .'
in St. Aitputf ine and this place, : *a superior (diuu't do nothing eLie!) jible fu functions Ainericuu ciiiZtftis.U. demonstrated. It; is a.fraud upon her to OTer 1boIi1iI.Richzond; StftSKean. ( :
cutter awl I mik *r. he lwj s leave to represent The reception now into the Union of California I by constitution, such an extent of territorvlernrory -... > !' "' >- ,:iw |. IIX)"*
to all who might be dtsp ie.I to favor Have I Paid the Printer. would violate all precedents. Hitherto acquired by"her' blobil and treasurej .A.Wjsbinzton-- *" letter* ,- N.LJotari4 of u;
Lira with their c istom, he i is able to furnish i ig vhen a territory li s.3eea received iuto.lhj, and exclude her from it in il1' mingti j 'U'is Commerce,Rtys- 4 j 1 tJ
iraieut!" of any kin I of a cut nnd finish equal When the cold storm h iwb rmnd the d>cr.Aud Juioh, its |iihabit mts, (the.most part, hate a fraud upon herr that her rights;should be viral; contradictory staVemehtsbaveJ tneeiirecentlj '
:to *ny th-it can be procured iu Savanuah or >uu. l 117 light of taper een our own ieopU, retired under our :institu- taken away by a motley crew ot advrjitofress, or sent to the War.hern ''pjiperf
Charleston. itubssely by I he evening fire, ions; and in addition to this, hate passed by the cunning of those who hate perpetrated this city,'on tbesnbject the Nicaragua;'qtion. .
Having tnken the shop formerly occupied as Ejt iug 1he last p.ip-r rough the preparatory tutelage of ft territorial it to.shield theuiselres from the just indignatibn I .. Jt is rfiorted| .that;.Mr. 'Lsrwrvnet
the Post O See. he is nuw re.idy execute with .Just' ihinkof) hm whose work thus helps ,;uverunuizt. to which n prior fraud had exposed; ibetu." charged with the negotiation, and that it hs*:
projiptitu le all prIer thit miy be entrusted ToWiwraway the winter, U 1. The extent of territory claimed! under This is the ,iew of the subject which bas in. been going on at London. It b ,ahu>>reported
to hita. All g inaeuis ire w imnU'-l to fit. And put ihis query to you.-telf 'ier constitution is of itself a sufficient objection.i'hat duce patriot*of the Soutb those who love her that a treatbis been"entered intobere,
THOMAS ANDUEU. Have 2 paid ih- Fruits? territory covers an area eight times. s targesGeorgii. more th in party, to the fixed determination not Mr. Clayton and Sir"Henry Bui wer, radjustia
Jacksonville, Nor. 10th IS 19. GUI A bind of ulveuiurer who are to acquiesce in the reception Califomu& into the NicAragua question, as to the freedoaa 4ddi
From E ist and \Vw-from Xorth and Soulh- here to-day and guise to>iuorrowsquatte I J 7 M c B OI8 E R r B A IK 4. U From lands beyo.nl he water, {iuu oue corner of it, take uu lei- their control measure under tbe circumstaucta,-us more de- sion of Tigre iIaodjo'tlie.UniteI8tates'antidisavowiujanl

Jnek ourillrt K. P. ( He wevkly brinjtsyuiliols of news," tot only their pwu loc.tlitybut endeavor to gr.idiug to her, than submission to the Wilmot ,rebuking" Mr. Ch'itfieldX pro-
From ev. ry iiouic aud quurn-r: ;arow their aegis overall the regions round. t'ruviirii itselt; It is the proviso. carrying ;eedings.: All this flummery. No treaty bat
I COMMISSIONER OF DKEUS fur Alabama, No si -veon e. i-ih toils mure thin he', regions which perhaps uot one of them -has wlib_ it'all its injustice, while constitu.ional been uude, here or elie where; -v r i"Mr.

S uih C : rolini North Throujrh.SuuinieiJa he.& .1ud Winter- ver visiteil. regions sparsely populated except covering c innot conceal its rotte DiE fraud B ves was chaffed wit h.some prelimi&a*:
Geurgiii ,
How c.ni y>m for u iiMinent. tbeu, 'y Iiidians.uu4 which wheu iubabiied by civil* and deception.We ry representation of the views'of this:govern*. '
Carolina and Virginia. !'sTelect to pag the Punter ? iv i m m are too remote from any common ceure do not w.'a'i in oar discussion of this sub meut to that of Great Britiao. Nexfy Xr.JDiw*
Jan. 1 IbSO. Iy.II. for any of the purposes or (facilities(astute j.-ct, to array i a.ty against party TUB, ibenw rence'weut out with instructions as to Ibi lNic.iragtt4 -

---- Your other bills you promptly pay, .rg inization., ,. ., infinitely irau>v> bdsallsucn p. ltry considera* question. After the Tigre Island%! .
D. It t: X i> I C lions. But the truth, fair other instructions were sent to\JJr. Iwreuce.
Wh.-reveryou Io go. sir- 1 V. Bat rrstofaIl, California should not be ? must be told. The ..motives -
ATTOItNEYAND The butcher ibr Uis meat.U paid, eciivcd into tbt' Union; under her constitution, ofmeu mustbtj exposed in order that. the This government is now auxioMj5 *j
F.r suu'lries"' is the grocers iecauseth.it coustiiutiou is the result of irieftty. people niay see things as they an-, aud govern waiting intelligence from bim,, and as, to tbt
The tidier and the shoem ,ker, ,- does uot express the unbiased will of her themselves by the exhibition of truth. views of the British, government Tbs determination -
tj.N.rII.r at Jw. The hatter *ud the vinter, people, and is a fraud upon the outb.V. of Lord Pttlmerston on the-Utter subi;

All >.et iheir p ithen rchy neglect It w.is the result.of tricKery.. Ck-n. Taylor C MgrrM-jrir. CIy'. Sprrcb.MrCl.iy's ject is here unknown. .p .7 '
-\rI LI. practice iu the sever il Courts of thE To settle-Jflth ths Printer* :.iad been el.-cted to the PresiJeucy by ihe North a The question a s to.M?. .CbatfieII'scondia
isteru Circuit, an I in ;he s ountiesolnilUboreugh >u the solemn I assurance or hiS irieuds there, oo.. alled compromise'resolutionsciuie and the Tip inland cession, arose.after' ;r

anJ Bjiiton of the Southern Cir CW re? Testimony.\ h.is been decided, hiXe hat he was opposedto.slavery exieusiou; .uud. up lor cousideraUou ou tue-Lq tast, w ben Henry But wer left :EnglanuV, and tplalsbe hotl
cuit of Florid *' Ore..ns! Ji..t .& col ,i-ed man is comjwtent lyes iy the South on the eqittily strung a sur.uceh ite led off the dwcusfiou by a two uaj's jspecch, has BO instruction to them? As i |b
T4lapi.1.y, October 25th 1849.-nov 17. ."ny in aLouULina court of justice it* civit.m .it he favored it.J 'To disclose tile real posiiiuhJTuuld wnicu aUug tberfiiu! igbteen colouius the cir gua Canal,Sir Henry BuIwe'b4izn con

least; ag.uust wuiie meu.-Er. Paper. overthrow him and his piny. |u thu Naiiuual iiUeingeiuMr Uf course we can do ference with Mr.,Clayton, expressed dispOM
VURI.EM P. 4 QUPER it .ill b rJs cuucealol.f wiib lieu favorable to the views, wishes, and inter*
liliinai.i, must at .zz be nothing is. out refer bri, fly tu lie positions.
ATTORNEY Desperation boy eutere I the p.irlor of atJiior is Butler King without any authority otaw L'hcIeu.ite Wasuoi c-jniinued uu 'l'hursd..y, the ests of this goveninifDt, udofferedany' guaranties -'
ANDCounsellor iu Cuuuecticut lor the purpose ot steal- wasdespaiche ioCaiilbruu. The i iusiruc- Senate h. viug udjouritt-d! earty as a mark of on the partof his roverument 'that' would

lit Ia r.HAVING 0 lio.is given to him h ve uVeu demanded by Cour.ress r.s iect ,for u utinuer( the House, who died secure the execution of the project by tfis cob-*-
and ire now. s<> far as given, before the I'tSt. suuiuieriMr. *tractors, without, hindrance, anz4. the jfuturi:
resumed his prof.-Ssjon.: will devote (.'OIaSiS'C1LL .. ... ..sImiuitrtoLl .Mimic, But mark the diagutsc-the trickery CI &y'i ''resolutions, nlready published, freedom and neutrality of the route' ,
tfclusictly;o i s*pr c.ie;t rough- t pEe.x.iILI jfli iUd.tiLi disgraceful to tue CaOiut-t. 3ir. Claytou, : tbriued abe topics of his iji Eeb. 'ihty embrace Thia is the state of the affair. There UBgrbaud ,
M Ei1Iazd c .ructs .4U-1 curtain oi cu&rLlj iu ..g'ibr of appreheution that any difficulty will
out the E tsteru Circuit*f Florida. u his iusiruciious s.iys: shesepuius; .
Jacksonville Fla, K i tr. lU.li. 1849. uu. tne white uoa e.-ll-iftfotd Time I **Vou are' Judy posseose*] of the President'si 1. '1 ue mission California into'he Union. spring from it. -i f. <:

Not a sisigle iiIi&iiu t3t r.ttiuu p.jKjr Uasatteuip- -W.uhI4.iUWith, propriety, sied to ,the : ii. Tad esuoiisbin.-tit .i'erriuuidl Uovvruruieutii CAUFOXNIA:-:.;ITEMS... -, ,U'e:find ,* ,' the lfejjr Of '
MPE'ICU & nAIL EU, V d to .l tfuii or ..potugiitf or bi disparity treen ifopleof Caliioruii, tbeadip.iouof iuti..sur<;s iteseret uud iivw Mexico. S.'i'.j'-n > ;
2ttornts3 at !Law, pivucumg aul t.ir.clice."Damn wet calculated to give them effect" 3. The determination of;the boundaries of lean Crescent seine interesting items of.'newjt' '' \
I We are not told what were the President's, fexus. :, |. prepared by a p.Uieuger ibiAb.i' *'i .i I i i
J.ikii.&sviIh East.:> some wh.re, a, pious oil lad Jicw ,' which Mr.King w.sto surgesi.S These ,_4. aiivery,and the slave trade in the District Mrs. Fremontwas at Puuanui, so' 'ill offerer 1. 1
V..B Uiuiit u.a wiiuvts iu : pr.ietice ia the sever.1' ourts in th .I.vui4, uvciiiu the UaCioodsai uerd..Lht.v. : The annquucvniim. WILL .s too cuuuing tor Lh.tt.They are kuowu ou? ,5. Tue recovery of fugitive slates.
Circuit ut Florila; iu the U ..iiued wait the ruivs ol was not beuetedat San F>.<&3sco. \
wuou'y uu .cqu iy to the 1'rehiJeut and Mr..Ktug-e cpt as 0., The ii-ausfvr of slaves from Suite to States r* *
8. Uistr ct Court. Northern Uis net of Florid. : jo.u-1 oi j-is.ic. U lug iot l that he ruuSltCds'38I hey have been developed byir.. JungiuCulioruia. We ii ispusVof*i be two last briefly' (>\ir. Clay's The U.flagipiizahiuJliig ilab.iii '
theSupreme Court at Tallahassee; and prose. :' .* *r..s tilted wi.hhorro. six miles of Sau Fraucisco. ;Tb sFalttio'aUP
iur Here ia wti.it tbe pipers of California, renuriis these topics}w.erVin-all
opou respec>seXcclieut
*te claims before Cun/res* an I the Llepsrt- and -k also there.ei -VC
.lite aiou0ut. Alter uiucU |>ur&u>.i' u alt- .'ejHM-t Mr. King as uying: Uul such us uuglit jtw expected I'roota Mary's were
meuts Government at Washington.Jos. Divided, an i o.-uy ioid io 'Uold up her rig u.i "Hon.T. Bauer King, after defending Congress wit and patriotic Souiuern uur. Iu regard The by of.Sau Franciseo ,contained,;S05Mk
McltoBKKT BAKC& S. SPENCERJ4n.6)4) "W It. 1 must.tawst three hundred,sVtl of. which some twi'hundred
.iuiiu if yessvis
ua &i cxci oCutuoruia
.2* i, aue lor not giving a government ( to the piwerW4oiirEsi over'slatery'inme '
ly -Dam1 "1'uc court iuoutfaute.y idA- ppealed to tue.people of th U territory lo seine District Coiambia: we do not uidd*..ud lie idle ..aThUrgniIeavizzgIaburi witboutcre s>kPrefiunYw

muir FltAHKB.AMI J 'ueie1. ne question ol the Wi>mot Proviso forever, ..byormiug tue force of much th.it; he s/iid. The po*er ofvouyreia and : reduced: .' edaiett mtilue -
A Stale 'hv .oithc bmid.ha especiallylseumeaV wert
government ? .utiiruuj strangely, g:
A'1 Why is Geu. !..>ior ue .s deal Koldier/ *viai i he.we cannot settle it on the other side i the nstiiution'coiiiersiueri htW icruAivirtegislution shipIug'fJr.vojagesIo; the Sand wicb'l ands jS
,h'V..ue he is.U pcac ,Will all the world aim if the Kocky -IUOBII tains it'must, be Bellied in ail ctses whatsoever over nominal .w"age| i jt; *rr.:?>-per/montb'tn .

oUlnZtL3c atJACKSOXVILLK tau, iie res oi iu.izauwI. ..iere.b e| FLA. a .L ite. The people of the old 2 taivirdeutly woj.-ciof the power, was to secure the seat otuovernmeut ung.I tho'.bccessuuofIsboreraeow.t4tht1irrning '
Miss Suj m Ouabiu ui/beiiig as. ed by Roger?. desire it.J WILL atteu I to my pr ifession il busine tkb |A ci, lilt were true niai sue w..s io be zuu. A say Administration. desire.it; uud Irouixtensive Mvrcbter uduitts that sui.uje, of the I 3-which pVereutpui wr labor to a great ,extesg
to hilatedbyuuse Tteiowu coundrof Sau .Francisco his bad
E.stern Circuit, an 1 the Sapre.ue Cour.n ut seas 0Ue couid flail a person of really uiisculiui.uiud. ..tsL Congrts, 1 timconvinced ihey are: more jioer> who utiilie the ct-siion'of the District'andi Ibree,large sues of tbwti Jots, wbich bC'r'
Talhh.wsee lie his als.i Mich an ad'atita* "1Liu: ,'- sal t he, "WUy dui >ou uiarr.juur .\ : alized upwardsfbf'tzulliohof'dollarssJiiweretb'
the settled in (his
IuxiuUs br questioti to oe it. t it would:be uu act vf bod;lai t ito"ALt rjlaud. "
g ous connection with an able L iwyer at Wialilu sister ch tr.otie /" biTe another s\ilebW1 nnaryV
.v.sy. You will have difficulty in-being uduitted .. And he sHould JtaVe adaUtieAl alsoj th itu '
ton as will ensure a an I s t-- They barebpeneU'a 't iiy" iiid ,
; City proaipt Hoaptal/ arraakibg
a*a SLate, ,1 pledge myself lor it, uudI would .6ea "declaration hostility tbrp.trt ) >
dy colleciiou of such clai.m as iu ty be pl.tcedin UGLY EDITORS-I'r utige. of the Lonistilh pledge ihe administration, nod I think i- nut)' I Ipe.ekequ.J1ycutzfl of the Federal thveriiment.ig.dhs&ihehii.. greitt; isnprvK-m*.u lpn the c street***
his h in 1s ag dust the United States.Sept. Juuru..l, *ud tlaruey, of the Democrat, ure < lentil for ihe next Congress. stiiutiotis fiftfct-n States of the Confederacy.Af Bents con'tinned high and:*btuidinn lof eterf
bth, 1 4J. ly wu.cli oi luciwoare the .- v kiaa.'stjleandcouditjon/arsleioff efectei' 4
dt1iUUi f'orui: a dtate goverumeut seud ou ypurji eu..ors .*- U r I beseiadmissious'it\is bard to see *
irouiihe Journal be tin Jb.t **i- :i'u; ::. r'y' a: ; :5.51t --' >'*3 W- *
CHARLES HE WAAL frLue. true, and. repn seutatives. ,and' then,. adinissiou is this pritended power cau be uu'Jo >yslJMUrr, ? : .S r. ,
u wucrI ui 'st '1ie t h.&vi u very outlandish M N
:ert-in.- hut Mr, Cfay the poet td abblijn, | &ChiIEstonwiitbetzin iofCsIIf4
.tVcTIbNEifl. ediior '.--Malt. Clipper. Does not jhis speech-in connectionwith the alavery'. iii the District must'be Ibmewber&f Jt.I nia *rites tbat.be; h uteragiBgan'ounce cf'fd !
J4CFSONVILLL', E. F. We weut to thi tu lingerie, on Saturd.iy, anu /act th it Gen. Taylor, iu his,lite ciessage advo- is-not- la* n,th., iaiesjisherelore' '-' -'* '-'!<"! -must' >'be'-inCiinsfreki. > '' der dayf.working in a nchraviaesbiuetwb-iuilet i

t'SLEI in any p irt of tbe County attended after awhile weoOservtUu general rueh Unit cites thereceptioo oi California-witu hervkntislattry .;' Suppose,he aaysi}Virginia'and Ma. :froWiii1.; ;Ht: ;speak&-eji; to and respectully wlicitel.J ., the liitle uoysuttd girls to Wards u certain point const jfmioti inthe, Union,;..ahi| the ,udlitioual i.)Lud ere t&tiuIisb sIiyery r will Ibe yr., mining,bu raebs,andftiys that ibowo.wb.
iclc*. nvill.% May C. isis u'ear < the entrance. At first -we did ito> fact.that Mr. King is ii candidate .for' tended,thit. we'must. keepiMu (iorefe teas 1 Uo uot..KUCceeJ ituow wtit.tuiu.itet'fit, but we soou fouuu ibe Senate, jut lei tbit cousiitutiou/coijclosivt'- '*And* 'i"his' *seems>*'tf* i y toTiiave?* puxzled -'irf'---.' wtt'v.-*e, toVnabVetbeci to gjveln ''proper UirtctioajotbtirexerUobs. 5

Aul.: :1 I lint thu little iwlis w.re gathering urobud out y denionHtrat.e .what were ;the i'resideni'tf'viewx is no ground for tear. ;llnthetwsX euppywbuid d it.I Uesays J--jiv &$/L
OPDB. neighbor o/ the Ucutocrat, under the impressiou ," which Mr. King waisiusirucleU| tb'rsug-1 vanish of ilself/an4 ibat arct ,,taiwe8o' 1 hare gone tb'ieWrjrt ibbles bere,wbere alerotehfi
S. K. t'rrcvs'JitA'I'D bat be Was un Ouraug Outaug. It.tnu1uu A fc -;est" and 10 give to tbxue1Tcci ?2-JaditkI4 toouruind jjiujple;audao'eei; tain|is aii ifttcUvs.awwer to out\\:but ,*U Lroriso dyizintjft
.' here their qui-s.iJus vud .remarks _> ,.Mr4sngwiss tentto Ca.lifornu.witb. : iio aUurguiueuts-( "favor Q&L8 t454C1CU(; bepowerbeo.ue iu'Ueipijirj-b: i found my 8e'veralbunce >tiaj* S
MKD1CIN. bicU t.irt?ot him m i.is face f ttaid one. *lsu' other design than to relieve'lbe aduiiuistratibulTrcih there' ')ucercuu14 bean- -?*exigencem *--V' M Utjectli; imlyt tdp'.w iwt J'canbere'fbrtn!

'tTiiJJi&' fdat kdapNuiea.ixess in tht th.'uiy thing ui..kiug mouths ut us /' sai4ooiKi. i s ilili'iniriu!, ud io bring nbutii what bisslavery. which its ex d.'teJioi.'Jq "4-- and to iiiove'_up to' 'the rkhlr."ine5beznwintsissomE *1"
"' tare of"Cough 5 ., *>VU.i didiuVj cut uistuU off ior Tsaitibird. -- .(,;ziJi : uEy jIoili) pyknizt

ii Catarrh ( ll louder way the :Lord te.iidiivL. ,,. .. .1 iSt imEto .;W tillaeyestebiy..iika. '
*. Constiiiipii a a iybeaat /' said a lourih. *fleueverw&iz ti. 1'ho Ii.StitUt1Ofl11Ot theunbuied will Alary lauU, wh.it sort Vt VeiIer4, Qvum&t lump:of gold i1szetIane rkntaoa -Asiiiitiih. IIi- .i1, UistNWLvs ,UysiH.'iKVut ere.led at ail ; ie W18 ouly guessed itt, ssid .; 4* those who uiade i%. *outdMr.;UlajT iSil'l'ttii, where a Seou f flow th- 'orVcoamrtr .
Gonoirhyeii, 1'ilf.s Fcuiuta* 1kb. Tu s.sy uoihjuguf the iroclamation ofGetiotihe Ken UeJ, goiu'g to -U'uahiiigtonV Iii discoance hJii&dlH'l ftrmhicb was: ttkrHeWtwea
ib a."a liit duiiw of high offic V suU |aidij '.witb him ymilesortherei t at
CiL1)jL Iifll.3 -The heaU} oi Air.t-aihouij i uid to be still h. bi ]ibt Coh- S 4
o( LbeIritUrS $ Iti*aervuut, should,W tow tbe tiirs o* .
AUWI .. j, 4 inuia cii.iu; 4 l ami 4 .4 i J '
Ir.'JS.| 5. fifcAV.Si//v*>r'eM, Sfauf&r Sn'tistatdi; fiunuouuceuieot in some U-t lii. '4 ion j to Sdvivthing of the si cret bperntioua"ofIr. .-', .:hIdcaI. b* ,jissioir. .. twbzthe( .- .. tuustItu.- -. positiou S. to p.ursnads; e to go efto. ptl re
-' 'Braces, inhaling' 4"ti3et and LeC' 1114 phyiciit; Kitibe.) recbguizeii; ng ut ot lfreiitidi.'nifylor recunise*asIiaapxuwrtJ
L'unumjrtiQiit6d tktr .r4 U.s ur.iter uCtsctue luub(wtiei r hitild u is enough to:adduce Fhe tttitituouy k tbitu wbichuibi drdf.% ort (o:ituprrts it ujx>n nw that they aw iq:
:lures Ort ho att 4u iorC'h.a4.frIq it uMut'tbe" tuwuUcr Vf th llouv hiibn? Jndlkuow uuIdu: afnm Kicsjthtisp1uu.dreiIbj tbn&utfliy fU9t $ ,
f : iU piibliulise; i, ri4t.1.'iIiau impii. ; 3lFOote1%. l4keeecJin ihidd ts :: biuii UuVe uweu1WW1di.br. worL. .
.: VUiiy, tUyu h a letter Lu uu> Tribune. ..ys in1il senate, iaide this t.iLeuwiaL Which rILiaUU'IU4i g1u |wuaj duU w uj; er it, b sktlsa dbfh '
itei4.4Mi'; "$3itie ?of'-Uw- rbatioal !frieud.v ,, f. i'"i '
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1bieIaecnppwu.us teiCurtbft$31eCt tbeuiI .. iiju4y3 the it1 d. \ the fMsnatorieads.tbVt papers* au1 Ui.4eii' Would}but; aut\r-tBer iy if thtyht14i < Mi. i :tJBWW 'ijig
iue'abbve AJo *; aiid williiceeu 5 coustant- -" tt 4 ti ilimbV h"f tbiiatt kItsaeethuwI4ge power, eaL41y *' 'abwut;-and we ar*. kfllfctbesi., -,- ;lIhegri
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'j'T > srr fcindiana.bas ap ftuu4 u4a4t !!, Tiii a h jbe.i4, rsioiI'he, iorwkbThgznaous c&bez 4uUe. y beiu-r'too "a. tnmW d fl' : .
; : ;fj J>rturei: "brock all the have iuVi : iidw'd
aoaERH piuLtdtIrTiittrLu of mI- -. uulisbed. also iu newspapers ;er $iifrlier I'Btwyptioir-
0Kiii: m Vnthi4'fcitate lor1 the-.WahhiCgttfdt National StateJoI uzaL bkuc3to Th tkc dblji.rg of'my duty i *ing abonsIs 1uL baLie p b5ces 47

; ; 1.MUUWEUI, : fery iun9t zutlans,,i Jbpvoiu3 torIt &hey.bgv1tbZz 1viltssiejbat; -.
; ting Uthztt1j.Di ieimift upot& i-.4di ne,: khs 6ihJS ; >>fAnJI! i but fact isilbw : liia arl.of "then 1ndii14tbr, *;lt1LlU1k* pus .
etruttious to Mothers, in tbe iUMrtgeffieat, oiChUdren. itg1Lh.L 'I tbh4'VagaulsDenwcr.d im hIt pi fmix&Mte\w\ Mi '3 bS

." msy .b&b4dItaUhoutt1t.! by calilia thipurpj saof,wrongingAnd 4idWg$183' ;'t.li-: 4eL1.W !. .'-'S
; fcrStatthe. usi' ., AuejUre vl; s jisiiiiguUbed; ant'uu tjcirr i>T.ii7f firirtStfisii.Ui' i A'lfk5y toOc ; is ambo -
Ta1uabte Book. d en thetcoiber, like dwtrtcit old ttc4 |itauw of iny oWo/rtise upand Ii V 'Xw- 'll lvsapoid S. -

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1 Jrth: o'S"a t f.thoUni.teii.States LATER F ioni-TI CAPE OF GOOD Hope. '; jLpltJEJACKSONVILEE; ; Ni-w- wouldnot be so imprudent alt, makeS ,pon a fQ. dfJtoJ .rtt' i1 1IM.IcIm4 _. '
o7thdFbbnthfrpmthQ { & \if .
111ft'rqnowing..p.rticeea The S & Yft
; I -f Colonials Almost in Rebellion! _
I 1If,.. ..l'ff .': '. "" l'r1"\tl'k.t ""t4 '.1'.It 1 -". ,'I. -f, -, 'them..rrtiblijcuntjl| aH hIs plans. were :tAfld. L.\b pfe1tda1, ,
In.gS o.cCUr. l'r1". ll.re f'X rn\ By an arrival at BostJ ,from tH
;Q ngre4 !fill\Vpprt6\ $ t. tI i ofGood f Hopetve.f fi,e+tes toVNoVj }!, iatur.* i4 'other y words, ,until the .' v-e.fiud a large and respectable'aaditfie .

| A 8thJ'n.tant.. H.' J .'t j l:).; 1' t.'J.1. "t' 21. The convict',qutfstion still continued Indian! Hid ctuallyl ft. the c untry- iste Wll d io buss fW.tpQ7'*
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SIAVERY JH' .. ,} .; ,I '' jo 4 tojconyulsejhe colyny.I :The con- He has not f forgotten that upon several D av.
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'M ? theroUavit ,
1t aValsp p'res&itt-d* -v vie; s'sdn f rom Uaa. (including occasions during t the fast war, largebodieof d '

petltlon'ot.the Association 'of Prepasfor jVlitchel), the Irishman,) in the Neptune, ,'FEBRUARY 23, 1850. Seminoles came into, the.posts j: Nat, Itli not deadbatthtftplilrwJit.113 ,\

promoting the abolition of slavery werejstilljjiporj,:awaiting; ,the result of ".. ., -' !..*_*_ i i
:M1 and imrrroving'lWron'diliojf) ',of the free Ihe contest between .peop-Ie -and the, Mails., of an everitngi professfng willingness ton t. ,!;o.pJ itJ! U Pit J
Iv l! .i.ln 'vlj..r-.ffK _. Vt1 t"; Ai tjJ bJ "
aa lengt\ltblr
r. j > a j f t- ii Eli { oVernme t. Th'e Cape pj seems some ape emtg4teanrnthe. rnornrngtweremit ;-'qes.re' wanted j :! \ q: y P4

v ,e -an4JIoue of Jicprgstntalives ;J fY'ft .t 1t"1(1__ 1h i1rr rTJie""ra. p 'proach'loiia'rMonylirt, h'n 1 taraii'4.t ',wbfrft'rrd> GJt.'i'TWrG&rirantrfa- Southern' men areneedcd! ,1ind Gftneta&

.ofthelfnited Statesof..t1tnerica.H"; ;\-\r l 1%q''f Ly V".I JLV/I Fl aGttf 'says" .:, ments- although. -we receive OWE Southi hard::task- i". t''i'l,7'.I'N1'. .: As"tUft,a General rLO.r',ani.slavery.Caljuj'EU ,
.*Attisundcrsood| : that.tlie; Government ; #ir> r i BV t4'i4k.fl : Uh.h.& "-" "fj J'j ,11I6, J\t. '
bi1brif( ; (oi \ &
thf 1 .*l ern letters very xegularlyby Northem and a Democrat' 'he 'undoubtedly I : .bjikt4. F
-* V1 5 } '&J. liasj-nowi of, gfl e.ro !
.prongthe ino.g,; ie abolition coudmoiitcf ofslavgryand the free people.,cj frj rn'fleyTLul! character> ,great,obtained expense,supplies mail*<* i i. and'our" b Northern. l*< papers1bythe been sent.herebytne; ?
sufficient tb last for several weeks ititl'prpbqbletlmt Westerly ,Itjg true they have. tvherireceived t rat ion" illi"the"expectation that hfe woold should .Southern ies
of'fbloY-I :respect fully tepresents that,the ) : ; *.t '}"* .'.. .f ,V put,...as. to's M.
'iQeYnbcrsDf the' ociety of'Friends have". the convicts,will) remain a veIy..ant3quatcd.pppearaice. ,; here lose all the glory he had acquired .top.. -"".ay, *5L,.Eibot 1u. l!'I!Rand -.1 ig ., \

Ippg.najotaIrIedthe.; \ -; pririciple"thal! **aH in ,the eoVny .until ..,those''supp1ies'are but ithis is! better.than,-having'.no. ap-4 .by'hard.tigtiiirig"jn'l'exns'. .,:, and t xico. that there is no nececaityiSodtherhCo /.,
exhausted. The --r I. j a 'f" *
men have are.created, equal and ;, thaf all should slate of affairs will present therefore-deplorable. continue r arahce. at'alL We congratulate:,' Iri; '\V e'ftriJst. .howe1rer.' :he. will" M. able' to yentj n 'C a&it be'tna't -

.. .. equal( them rights as citizens privileges'of' a common guarantied : for:peVeiul 'w ek; lunger.."'. 0 COLLAMER' on the skill anenergyheWas ,turn the;' tables. ....f"j?on' hoe r a who propose to they. with to deljve! f 9.i',Bound.fcanandrfoot (11

country.ln. ., '' .: The_ plan of the inhabitants of the i infused, .i in'to1hisTDepar1tinennrand i ;victimize him to the vanity of Genera] to our. -enemies--surprised:fa

'- >V1tW. of this, they, Jiave been, led to Cape was to starve the Government in- 'wish that he could hear some'of">?thecompliments 'TAYLOR'a'nd'th'at/ to)" him will 'be due the lJatk"und; without*'Weapons'to dt .

look at the increased extent., of ,our domain to sending the-convicts, awayrefus' j daily bestowed,(f''Jori, .}'him; ,tho eternal v'grntitudeo'the" J. citizens" of 'fend' JrleJh.s.If l e' I" -' "c
and the necessity 'maintaining i ing to/urnislrtjie i authorities. with any' even, by his biothrWJiigs. !Florida for- to them immense Ca-
opening hn. .
supplies wliaiever.) J Son ef Tcntpcrnaee A *
ifjrer'its( wide surface. such equal .l laws, :. fj,
'. A number themost.. ,influential inhabitants resources of their State, and usheringin On Monday eveninrlast/a.r ,. '
shall render .
as happiness security, BI/ACKTWOODS ,
MAQAZINE: for.January"is ) : I Ior t < a.-- r ? ..1'4;
to nil. -The. -system of slavery which had presented. n'memorial to ; -a new fera 'ih'. existence.. ., '., t Ion was formed IL before us and 'sustains '''' '' I
the'Governor praying him to do fully the highcharacter 1 iii2
r ''has,so long burdened and desolated_ the away ," name lud.title of, Union Division
with the excitement sending, ,pf this' :far'fathed i Tlic;Soutlicrii Convention.I A.".
southern, .portion of our landis, viewed by present by .,periodical.. I '-' T ." .. J* ", '
: all :with deep concern, and 'the fear presses the convicts to,*some other: place. The It contains among 'other choice piecesan In relation' to.the proposed convention ?,of.j1; 41tfJ-fT..an !r'p'er-C hi. frU

thartiiii) further :numberswere: ter from the,.Grand-Divisionof S. cf
rumors T
hat in the .admission of Ocala for .
upon us ( article. on, ,the. 'financial :'policy, "of ,. at selecting delegates. .
.New.States into the Union, and the erection' on. their'\vay! to'the_ 'Cape; had'tended England, and! a continuation that fascinating from East-'s''and 4" :South' 'Florida" :,. the Republican of the State Flordia..) byjthe;election

., of territories this terrible 'evilmay 1(( iiicr asetlid.eiciteiiient,, and the ,
; : now "I orth "T.foUuw.in'o vizThousT J' I
: be spread and perpetuated; thus private ters to the middle of,November i story "The.Greenland." :says. .: .' e.t T.

i state that i in business ..- "%Ve accord with this, .suggestion for the appointment '- -" ; RUSSELL'/W.P;''
with its 3
adding blight to blight, vas; I of a delegate frem each and \VILLIA1tA. ,FORWARD W? :
SAUTAINS party, ,
of all kinds' was completely at aAt i\ mid.. MAGAZINE for March has tJ ,
addition distress of and of
,, ., sorrow, .I 'hope that Wlug3or members of the opposite party RAPBA&LB.: CAKOVA iCS. Ir
t of"the of the Anti-Con be : ;.t
one .meetings m received. This number i is. who .be will
: .sin.. ,: particularly may ,present.at Ocala,. express 'MICHAEL- NBLIGUS. S."' ,;.
: vict. Association, a letter from a district 'an ureserved opinion as to the merits of the
We however ask, of y< u, possessing remarkable for the excellence of step R.
1 called Parl, was read, in which the taken,'without regard to the warning which ANDREW F.rS.. !
I. ;-as you do the legislative power, to pre- whole of the inhabitants its artislical em 'tl1ishin ,its. the Florid an holds in ,ier-rorem. over urselves, JOHN UsiNA, T.
\ 'vent the increase of this dreadful evil save one, ((1- ot Whig defeat,in .xecent. electio We have PAUL AKKABC. t j

'by" the'non. dmission of new States into 032 in number,) spiritedly. remonstrate Disgraceful, felt what! ',that! papcrlias &t'tenjutterel3thatitisa i JAMES It 1
; ,the Union, or the erection of new organic against makjng'.the.Cape a penal colony At question above party. 'Let men assert what is ',. ..\, ,. > >' ;
*" | an bolatiention', held at 'WIL IAM MONSON L'SJOHN. I
laws and solemnly determine resist it duo.to r.cCtit114tt itho regard party disfa- ,
: do contain .
.not express prohibitions to the J'lsh Syracuse; :NY"on: : t'he.15th.J, nuary. vor or applause/' MAKUCY, .O...s. '
es.ablishmerit the
to the or
,continuance slavery within their! limdtV. A scene. somewhat resembling that of a black rascal bythe ,name of Douglass, Now the above' paragraph is most exquisitely Jlvgitstinc.: dncicnt, ,' Ci/y. .; ,

.' \' throwing th'e chests of tea overboard, in a runaway slave, 'in a speech filled with obscure: and I. we grieve to say The Census. ,

'Signed on behalf -aforesaid ,Association Boston. Harbor\ has been acted at the similar choice expressions, was per- (is like every thing, that has appeared in 'United States Senate spent the whole of-

at tln'Ir, monthly ,meeting, Cape. :The inhabitants having deter- mitted [the Republican' ,and -Sentinelon t this Monday in n rambling discussion the bills' ,
to the .
Held in the seventh mined to place the. Government. in a use following language : for 'taking the next Census. One Of the points :
Philadelphia on day .
"'Vstatc of siege", until'theY'1 had given '"Let the' Union be dissolved. .I wish'to see subject.;, In the_teeth of the openly avowed was the cost ofprinting 'the' blanks aod the
month 1849.
of the"
certain when it dissolved at once. Talk to me of the.love of favor which 'ispr je tgfa Southern miraner'of giving out thejob. the.other concerned -' ;
uphe point, on a day, '
'l? r 1 1 liberty of 'your Washingtons, Jeffersons. ,- and the cbinparativVmerits of the forms del4'j f 'j
;L'3; : LYDIA CS1LLINGUAM; p'lerK" i he contractors for government were to Henrys;they'were stringers to any just idea, of ; Convention has- received ,from nearlyth vised bythe Census Board, and the Committee .
The Vice President. Tile. Chair is furnish provisions for the soldiers, all liberty/ entire Whig- 'party' of the S1a'twoVhirpapeispei'dist t of the Senate, _One of the. claims to superiority

irrdoubt vhetherthat comes' under the the stores in the place were by previous Now what can' 'we think of the. palri- i IH "efthe1brmerWA3' said to bethnt Ifprop itdiscoyerb"ow j
closed lusinessas :: ;throwing. .upon many eggscarrou, and cucumbers :
agreement suspended
iule otismor comnmri sense of an Audience 1 blanket after blanket without each family iu the United States .ilo cat in !
it wet
,, -I "Mr.1 King, (in his seat,), Yho.i. i is it and a general niT. .of gloom pervaded pretending to be composed of American the year. But the Committee, not to be out ,

from,I. 'J -.. i.,:' .; ,. tho town. ,dlrectly favoring it or opposing iu The doue-explained !that their plan would obtai *

*Mr. Hale. 1'do not kno\v that the citizens, who could coolly sit and ,Republican -suggests' )that those ';who the 'name.ofjeyeiy i Iman, woman hand child id ,I
". the country (the next, ,improvement 'iiII'be to I$
: ,GUUMBUXG AGAINST EDITOR It is : hear this black -
tile asks"who is from,. ,may be present nt Ocala express a>;unreserved get the names .f the dogs afidlCows >' and beJ 1

the petitioners 1 Aegtoes/ : ,I which are sometimes made a- and propose to, instruct them fn "just rooms in all the.houses, (pIgeon Looses includedwesuppos41' |
Mr. Hale. ,1 do not know their color gains! a ue 'spaper. A prefers a quarto ideas step. This is a most extraordinary It is not woriJerftf tfial e Sen '.
: : of liberty Or what are we:to ate should have,beenblfn"deJ and conf'ue4
sirjihey :'do- not state it In the memo- sheet- B 'declares be'could 'never proposition.The ,delegates r.e. 'tfot ,, s
m1t"theiiew statistic
lights science Juthattiiey.'cpuldaiotin d
: .
( rj9.ITJ: ; "gh..te ..];They are .friends in get the **haug' of .ne.-C admires the think. of the :citizens Syracuse who sent there to make-speeches or report: l .one 'day' tleclde upon j q

.:f ylv.anmhll'ever. elegance and neatness, of fino type- could permit"unpunished a negro to ut- evolutions, but merely choose, two momentous a'qu cstioh as llttfr'paratheJnitude I

4-/ ..i1r. Hale aid .-that he had been requested and old ill r. D abhors a paper that requires ter *ispersions for which a white .man aadbrightae Jt ,I
E wonders delegates represent East and South In,the meantime!t. carred to thatsib1eaidji4epedent4enatofro Yft1'in-
1 a microscope.
the you
I present nnother'petition would be treated with a coat of'tai' and Florida..The 'merits ,ofl.hestep': is 'some I NothV MSolinn .1
, i Pp.9r. which he was stating when. insert.,so Jew sentimental and .ghost stories -
p'f Mr.Badger, that the .whole"thing 'ua,
feathers !! What has,the South )the
I t / .Mr Clemens J objected to the, recepu4on F deU'Slsyour abominable hes or thing' with which'they have iiothingtodo. I humbug and the tatlsbcsof the Ce n a meaf ',

of the former,. petitions and moved and cock-and bull tales-G would liketo whole nation to expect. from patriotism. This is apparent' to any one, but rubbish ; and he give notice that he shofcli j
that ,the be laid see -an exact' and minute account of like this move to amendUhe bill so as to coafinait tvllrt .
: : question reception seems-to buve been overlooked by the legimate business of taking an account of loff'
i 'nal and legislative proceed-
; upon the table. CougfiSf> .' Republican 'in its to .throw population of the United States Serenl <5tJPAtors :
::Mr. Hale inquired i the objection ipgs-rH ,curues_the journal that contains The Washington Union of the, 13th eagerness' 'intimated a concurrence him) an tv%. ;

: was In time 1 the endless, hodge-podge doings anduritIoisof inst ,:-"Mr. Berrien concluded, l sometubstaclein the way of a popular are not without hopes that the motion:will.pre* ;
says ,
: The Vice President ruled:that it was. :', selfish partisans' and demagogues. mov-. "J nt.Ve. \ .should. like,J to. understand vail. We hesitate.not'to say that all the really ;
speech yesterday in the Senate useful statistics ofthe, country aside from tin 1 1enumer
I won't subscribe because upon
:MrV'Hale thereupon called f"fcri' the the reason of the difference in.sen- ti n" (tk population: l a.e-'b en derived .

yeas and nays djljon ihe, motion. : :your news ,department is so contracted Mr. Clay's, resolutions. It was distinguished tim nt on this subject betweenthe whigpapers' from biteec sourcea thun tsx'If sited States II.l

I "AJessrs.\ King: and H.ile.ahk. ( for the i --.) '!takes the Western, papers, by great power of.arg-ument-I Census, and that in reference, \tire industrial j
: '. and :the
f reading of the petition. : '" and has read'your' stale items 'a week He combated and overthrew Mr. Clay's whig party resources and'persiiits.of the peofA that document !

[. K has mortal to We .also xegret, to perceive the ,'Republican never,.his offered reliuble inforaiatio&-y>
aThe'Clerk having read the title ago. u ,, antipathy a i '
l ; idea of the Mexican law excluding' slavery We:will give biugle instane .. I1iCTcharateris from its
vdevith., ., .riots horrible in article headed "Death of "
'. 4JUrvKirig,said that ,he wished .t'to hear. paper cJ'o. an as.good.ns u thousand aIn .li
from the
ei- '1
we .hud'r
nojrcore of It; ,. .. ,' accidents, frightful robberies, and demoralizing territory the Iioviso" giving altogether. a .false ,Prof*Tuomeys Geol \Surrey ScutH
i ]Ir. Hale called for, I the reading .0f.1 r'i statements- L i is as mad ly acquired. We shall lay his speech, : its readers of the Carolina, he preface*hisaccount, ot n'.ot.t 'i
;remainder and petitionwas as 'a hatter because his 'miserable paper with great,pleasure, before our, readers." present many gold ,mines in thStatewiththe. s following !
the ,
: condition of,the 'esti..n. In ,remark :
contained of that Slavery 'q ._ .
I I no account gloomy oo
rend And will do the f.
: Accordingly we same; as soon as "Before setting oat upon the survey (1, con
; The, yeas'and nays, having .bce.i.orderedjAvere murder-last week.Mdetests'yur ster- our limits; will. admit. It-is' contended' the House of Representatives, .on; ,,"the suIted the United States Census, of-, 'fovb.{ i

then, taken upon' ,the motion 'typed advertisements-and .Nnll N : 4th inst, l\Ir.RQ.Q't! Qhip4 called "uPI tainscme-informntionsastjoii the jrpioerul re..

-to-\ 'lay ,the; memorial 'upon: the 'ant'softk; paper is. to ,see what's for by Mr.' Clay. that Mexican 'law' :rides the'fdliowing resolution which wastlaid sourc'es of the State, and. copied into my field
\ :'
: iJe'-O threatens to ,Discontinue because over ,'iii-e" ,constitution. Mr. Berrien book, '51 hind engaged :ini" mining. The
"' :21- f llovvsir '
table resulting
yeas the'table Yeas reader 8I\rprii herr
: on by a votebf 105 to 79 ma1ju.dge pn finding I
'YEAS-lessr.;; I Atchison,,Bell, 1 Borland your .editorials lack ginger, and contends that ihe Constitution rides 200 hands/employid in*'iainof*WIi h therer'
don't lash private vices-- a: leaden, Nays.Resolved. ,, 'i I .known the inv
Bradbury BrightCass, Clemens over Mexican law.. .The of was scarcely anything beyond
argument "
Davis :'of, ,'Mississippi,. Downs, FpoteHuust'on head, points"you to' 's. paper,, and : :That: the, CommitteVjonTerritories.be mediate, neighborhood;' q" j'rT7
our belongs I to the people; ,These a're..tb'iOl.i"oC[st.1tj tits for wiuck tie
Hunter King Mangum Morton wonders you never moralize J ,like him. .f ,. instiucted ,to report .tothe r .
Unit States t tw61Uozsodo1Iar.
The havek-GEori ;t are to p 18 De- : !
: *' Pearce, Pratt 'Hl&k, Sebastian, Q hates, the rascally' Abolitionists peopleshall'_, -_-... ..--._ -r- -. _L _---- _,_ in.. House,with an little delay as :practicable .i .,, t"'the,matter' 'were left 'to the ,States
.Soule,}HuJ'gl'on.arid Turney- 25. holds in perfect contempt the dastard :From" tile, Frontier.j a bill or bills providing'a territorial provision Cul.b. made, -for obtaining'i j aqV

: NAYS Messrs Baldwjn Chase, editor who is oocoVardly.t: t to avow:his government or ,governments for thentic :body orstatlS lcs. ,Aa'it is,the ,StaIedepeid
.!Clarkj'Olay- Cooper, Llr\Vii1Davi, of1ssacluittts abhorrence. of :Slavery.. "S demands The. accounts! published' in the.,Flori-, alUhaLpart ,the' territory Deeded', to .upon the'Federal Government, and the' I
'M ; Uodge ,of'Iowa, .Dud e long and solid ;articles j .T wants the dian'} :relative: i to the probable speedy removal the..United' Stales-by Mexico by' the latter4 such infoftnatiolils furnishes. us the abovd..millions.,Jfer C: wprt&iy' sf

of Wisconsin, F lc1, Green, HaleMil-.. close-packed essence arid not the thindi. 'of theIndians! are fully. confirmed -, treaty Gua'dalupe( Hidalgo lyingeast- -

. lerf 'Norris 'Seward, Smith,.', Spruahce:: luted .mixture.' '. U esteems a journal;. by our latest advices form the frontier : \VLt 1 California. J and( '.prohibiting, 'slavery ,, A Warm: .AxpUAaE .1111 jW EST 4FEC.Oneoth ." ,t'

TJgderwootlUplarn; .wales and Wai--', that: reaches'him "a week before it>is, therein. -, .' :. Sierr&Lene Agents/of the Chunk
: : BILLY BOWLEGS with, the,Seminoles -: Mission Society of LOn 1on1 iJt&Bfv/ Koella
J jmntedj"anti( V tells''you: be .'is. not. '
.ker21. : ; : '" On;thesame;day Mr. GIDDINGS, called -: has communicated Vn.interesting discovery to

X'v' :So.the motion to !lay on the :table', ,yet quite.green enough" to.be gulled by ,.and SAM JONES. with::1.h' Miccasu-. : l up_tli'e1 f following. i ,resolutu(s. which'! :. 'the"'Liter ry'Gasette:. 'It is that of'I'
,' : such is kies'have ,in Tact .i into. 1 > *T3 t -*(4 *
Inter&rofWtA' -
ro''Wasnret,d't.t to., . :... : .. : despicable-humbucgery. ,. .entered. an.agreement laid .table' : language existing in the .
< d \astonished r that':you ne'ver print'sermonsavnd : with Gen"' 'TWIGGS 'leave: (,';He''c'onn'try ''wer l on the iby.a'ote.ofiU4to':1 > ca, under the following circumstance.1'"Captatn'Forbes ?- J
k :MryHale t, ,. the Abolition.Senator from ; ..to" II" 4',1 .. ", f
joCk' all that'.X ,cures;for is fur Y jsjijn ,,... ; 3. : pnrtbe.station" nhwef S 1 1I )
I Sew .Hampshire,.presented i .;ihe Petit ) and:large bodies of these tribes' \ r '' '. -' IIJesQlVe4 I one day on shore iiear Cape.Mount, on.or ntar,
:fire'Lbecause ;will ( Th&, hold ,these troths to .beselfevident
.are daily arriving, tJ the various inili.t ; that all created free'and!
':feeling entertained'Jbr'"'theifceiHJ more.aoTvance pay .and Z ;is'amazed u. j, ) men are of Liberia,,sajr'8omennknown ehara3 on .'
: of posts, bringing:in; eircriuW hogs equal;it hatthey.are endQwedby.their Creator.vrith native JbQue ,0n making Inquiries.,he.learjsl
tazIie ry -
I' )' y rj.I. j ,Demtciqtit.,,Metn-: ;Mtnpruderice 'a publishtyls ,; .. $f'jife ; ; ? t
lJi' I. J ttkevinaUejiablelights] fui1Jibe-
; "t *' L"i: : : : *;.31i .r..1 : *has& inters ttpressaied* Vy.ihB-'
;jernr.WhiglMembqfs; *> Tbe proceeding*; tion and yet objects to being paid.incider compensated by'Government'upon;em maintain.these rights.: ', ; iW' .' who guage possessed; a boo,,,and was\ able to read, '<;7
: I
and.i .rotten: ..YankeeBlade i -,Mesbtved that in constituting government inTerritories. :
stale-" iapples.- tbecha acters.benai .renai9ed SYCraIdaYiin'66a.dt1io :
i *above',*-* /'eiHibit'tlief* *-*-* "'same% *V "' rtft,: things Boston-Mass.: ," .. barking.i ; _. Wcanyspecified '.dojaot. understand, that .of.theiiUaite4.'Statas: > il is the5dutyiof i k r .Forb '1 i.i.seciirtK
w as -i- tih' :: tb' ij cnutc** 'NO"iJltcI ., .. ,, to,secure to all the people thereof,7 .
: I **i ( f ti "T 'J A ; .. ''fl. .: ; time is assigned for the'i Congress : b11Mr. oeU "1rhOt also arc t
N9ith ii i49jc4tJay. ,t1a. qu u i i 'irtt i- '* of whatsoever complexion, the enjoyment>of the: h : .
'* *' *v : ; t 'boanl i. i 1 1aa
I :'rri .tlie .fulfilment i pj the agreement, butl .. ,. .., I IIi )
nion i of.'reception om ihe:-table.v :Ail ,. ljq| :Cnjiforwavcorrespqndentof \, p'p'eirs ; 'rights'aforcsal that the art.of writinaacommumcate4 (- 1

6were actingonl-the P tltlon. 'They New Ql h{ sTr'uePe1tavritingfroni.; : thatGen. jGGs'guggested' that"" ;1FffeL iepubH din'. nud j,1t&'the I kitter his nation oyelgh'tf strangers tim the interior

f., Vbfildraoubtlc8sbavc_ ti ui. '. i .M HiM*!g'referredf to U Sa'n e"I'Francisco'on'.tiIJ'Ti lsf'DecIl; ;i 4:!!! says,: J three months..d would'- Ij'-be% *K amply. sufficient fi j WnJ ': 0, ,vote:',,. ;J l 1X. 4., ; .-8 I 1& ,'q y '.t and ajongtimeago'the people'g; thai ert1y'4angh&'schools! were; bnt" instituted tiat'-it!
?!t"ptpflt !. gy ; ?irorthernllrtpemovotefjttoJay.uMon < ;; ;; PU" le r.iIig1rettis,., tun: 'toVhi hth ,Ind.nn. assented!. JIf.\h y; .Now'if:, if'catf, t djo'a'nd. ,coraeto' life:so.oC"'i:, inroads of the PprtugaeaebAd checked eda. ,Hoi !
I the der i 11itp j y.Xhif,9tearherf) i j' His JW3'(4. : v'* ...vi: .1" ,* >*J .Sii t. '*
Cro1i MJmher \ < nameisannounecUiu.connection'virh : Stt ; I)1'; & f' ;j Li-a- and f e!-c n1d weaL", !
i thercfoje, dheco.; ,;hci. bargain! : ve %vet8k-Ip whatarewjwe .bettqrpflWIIOT fr' .1- -
ten: ,
/ tahl l\1Z'.Bl'QdheTlY' t.1Brlght'IGass, : //n"law\ : Mr.: Koelle says that the J alphabet(consJata e
; erhibu' : ;' delivered;; 'fr in"*': nn'1tcver.tt1'-S> > J.PROVI about hundred tetters each, .a..
Mr.,6la'rid! part ; I"u'nderstarid 'that he 'may 'expect to our''srivoge U THE one fepreaectbg
DouiL ,
ss *
I. J\n.Ujt1Jr.ze.oll
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: : : tNl.t "
; it. "I'I" --t ti. .J./fl' \ t t: : 4: i.1'1.- syllable. Heberresyshori'Bpeciraenof' the sl ;
I ] : tth1taken .
I at' noerWOIOL.cnU 1 \ Kt. .vo doe pcttve'irtftheJabor negIborsbefore the endofMayn&ti ; { .J a ,th co eipr a
; r. .t" .1ti .- 'I I%,L.e':;::"( ; .-&I .r.t q UU'all. phabet,and a list of about fifty words. Thenrtinct'bbartctersfor
I ed Jn'weneg: OV.bWtbsl1.hrn (.nHr. ,tTJ Js, XJ p pP9. pn ', 1e. fees I ;Eighty. Indians.: 1 ve.alreAdY'ar.j I : : : ol t ns: fr fu{.i Ii gi l ; 'bah .high,,.,..' r 1
1- : \\lhifs.-G orgia1iJ,1tt. iU4i. mlt". t..rtt: Jar h ...Q ) hisnurnjoHis health is : WiJ. (i,a "fL .".f : % $4.ii '' t'"X; #:':: : 'F' : 'f'' 't.P'tIe'noislavcnoldngStce .": J iib.ang""njab4lfii: & -waiLt
, ,' 0 .. ..r'4I', : ',--.ro.. tnu n ved)At4Fot Meadr41aeqt f rek :i. nat O t 'f m ii" :
Il,4d3W'r;' -t' 'J lB. "1'1.r 1 biimptdved 'b!tt l: nf't l ldha) 'is.ij : ,: .. : gt t1ri.
f'; .d4fJC1DEO1tA; 'y; Sj O :'1PiJt U; IUJj 4Dti pl4iti e} f H1 11iser' 1 r \ /LfJ herms of, the agreerheiit made the:instructions tr in emitted tO'Seuaiors. new character": is said tp'Tute.)tbla |
:fr mo.ust1n :' ht.! th4 lnehwc.\o1Yi mtcl1i.- "i irJ .& :." ;. ." j34e. 'c- W t.;t*;.., &', f 9ei'r;"i;* 4,*fc v'Jil" K'ft ientl ; ''Iessi6ifiiopular wi .J.9 p:" {t.X eUe'1lai :
Jlr : o'1t :ii. 1' ,
fiw"J.r., 11 i'lzs. ', iIGs'a tH..t_ 'ltf-, s t .t1 es .1i. ., ..ii,....
\ geiq1thetJe 4f-LieUt414c l91tth (LTurgrook .r..iI \6". ; p.J.ll p .t9.r ; i' rp.P! fSjlt1'\! J1 -,<:.t, ,.. 0 ,' j a'passage ono. id It Vessel going to the uU.. --11 j jfffy
; : -1H .jvaMtiittflWd flnLfluniIton'9 i.reiq> le( ,'>lrter ,.*\ftig:devoted t'OUonuch 'be1 giventheIndiansj;;are will'unkriownj, p. feeling t .. Ig,no ra .' pqi vt' *>1WJil htJietV1)na&ioh cit.r t 3
.oYille1.:4J.1'hir.Sifficc.-r.zer1 rlJ 1 t Q houtthb Mex, 'of this 4i me to secure-the objectJ _.,' &t 5 f:}4 it ,''ti) > .- ? .)?!!ftif4jA' _"j, it ; \ r 'i2obtion l1 With: 'rts 1iit1 tHb'luTestigat 'ruHjitoJi
.. .. ,and f :.canno .the eipre;,atjta hcredit'to'ihe'f isin. as \ liAl' .N ,., 'si *.
loan'war i ndet' JlnrDeYamL"1YudJstin: "utthe"-f uH'w) .-": H.O\V.n.- ;;V.H.1 !.: \ VV? : ; R p '. ., ..>T'.P .n.- feresfinardiswvenr.w. : .
guWied hw-forUtuda and cournge. 'lie cum- 'r ffu t \ .J.w i !!' rte feh'ABtisfiedtliim i statements i in'jiK'tt h ;FJo'J11.lid evcr di.rrimi h ip'n6IJene e durir'thJ,4 '*---2" < fw'' '| *',.H .tt "l| 3 i
betiflgIL15LbrUAt.1F- Insanity et34 : ) gJ:4: : ) ; f' : 'A'.t !" 1 i'T'ii 'lf.Ltob'JlI'J6r'1 nnt'. I J. I. JI isrf; fJ :Th'iinner f.he dc''ifI theiYt&Cust9ni
mftt hcuicid& 'trt1tl1Ii
"- 1 h&cu'c&Usti1' tierfu4ocLAr4zitht; { :: 1.ijilt.ueW!sutesire.a1yny( sdernct lA j1'1'\qts; .. z."y.]!, J : rlf ,+.. ..t.--uur.tyJy.enrSt".xn.e..canno. ,Rep-.U1a&. .'..,' House since the' late' de tUaii a '

Tex: ) TeLJan,2L." ,. t..f'b' 1J j jI ;7. r-.fi J 1-fJ&j'I o !' nl m n i(has)brfraade: :G'n:,iTwiccs it hasThis, ":tiatwd'", ;. .fh iSouthlie. .1- menwd betweeuI'19aK'16VJA j 1

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FoRTREEWS.], .J i Treasurer's. -. '.ejorf.t_. "Wiiy> >'R&T"-' ZJ : ;'J'"' '.."t"4, .,_' .. ;
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Who,is "B D.!" } TJc' Ji's" :" Washington correspondent, of the New d&tel sEall present .r' \18..2' .

; YprkTribune tarnisHes" tI. fol O <. counUand yoocieri.to*aHop.Judge o/ t p ..' : '
following TD1tab V oA'ttz \ .f .
corrcsppnr ug.ensullwbyJ3
We iound the '-" ." ., probate of Duval I.j#unty/liMr 'llnai settlement ..' "{
tbe Boston Olive Branch of '.uN' E zc'JlegGopBroz.:' -. i'. ;: 1. .ONU c ot J t'-derH. und ask a'dischafg(-from }!(lufther drdinla. 4* .

nee, in .: SIK? Jliave thehonortotaternent1af ; VattSit' ill,:ina i treated from ihe'iSenate, }whiJ'o. ration of the eatecf John,E,Slanders, deed. fliThL1U. 3

e2d instant: : the 'Receiplsaiid btttSfegstnt t aS'tJeotcbjhg hiui\ .1 ; 1 Wt4 ti :j< deoCDuval ; .. .. a'i; ll' 1i. .:.'tUl i-I [ .
the Treasury 'for thW;! \ lOcJ3lt,1849ahowiigtbe ( '. '
Fla. Jan. 15th, 1850 '11 J. U. tfJ' 1PbthTIO9ff
JACKSONVILLE :'grcss tuaouiit!'toS ,' .ii."Just-.,b. +iv ,MT' ,.Benton' >* ,swrung open'iHe 11? 'J31 t i t tm4i1 X11n ( 'btt1. .t ,- M 1 1ril' t.'tfll

Jacksonville is twenty-five miles from counted for to,be $59.973 81,, and &e,disboa e dccii,..senator FoOj'e tretcbed,1hsneck, (3acul1erPeb23dsfr44. l 'I"n EtO. '

mouth of the river with a popula3D meats; .$7, 93 61. leaving balaEcehi t out after him and exclaimed !tHb f is ., ,. ',' ', 1 c. T,. ,.. to:'r I .,'. h-..

e 700, negroes Treasuron. that, a7Of$2c8564. ,. ', r hnlngiWny'ntnv as' hi'S' 151aves"ffr6iriMiisO 'lUA'GNFICENT. :i.l.OTTER1.l: (: G.rriar.f l.7.01id ttOiZ ,
of about 700 (say v qpfuIy'&c.". ,, > d .. 011' f.Ju', ; f' _1' -. -'. <. .. 1ttTflERL1Si&bavig.beea ,
the ? f i-u "' T. .t-; I i.:4ltJ : -" mada known tiih .
,1d all.). Soil i dyY ter. not. W1tI" It..H.\Y\y AnD"., .Trea. _. ;; 1 "*.' "' 'ri 'cr": tlieli" ''i iiippt'. '; 101ulir 11..o e;: ...q p' l .C_ ;+ 1'i ,. tnJA'th..UWiU1ie ;;".
st with a shiftless set of people.hepuUicMldings .- : 7', ''-- ? ',; \"\' "- nois. 1'N doocrcakea 6n Us hinges1and .1oooootl3t4139coo4o.e2oftc mitt the County ofMiriouln thIsStat

are ::-the court Wm B..HaYWard;Treasurer, .in ec ui k shut out from Beaton's. ears; the 14 f r:,t And'230: prizes Of$2,<>0Q.ft .: 'i 'S OitfRD THOMPSON,turd,"ibers,' ,' .

three the-State JFIbrids ,'fw ibe 1iSe31 e Id.4DOCtObCi'a,1849. ; .t tli .4'1 e 'T..1Iobe ..t .
large square Building, philipic'whichfvvas measured out bythefoot'to ,. vmciiNiA.STATE'i'bTTER : lr .
use :. .
: bi' trV..tt.ii *' '- bjson.as.
windows : .tl' \ -1 ;: < : S '?': tri
with some glass' him after h6 left. ; For the benefit of 5IonongaliavAcademT,,
ories hIgh, DIL. 3 uv i'j1oj al1d 4 ; 1thOU MJ
*- jj.v i. -***-i7*--v suz '*
id,more board shutters, partly open 3849. "''I' The cause' of Mr.- v Bent6ii,8. departure" CJa &Co issp wm'.Jm" : -' ed'' 'UI'1'ta fine. ,

,Id partly shut, (they don't shut up NO\.q To: aihOua'i t rcceTlfed '.. was misunderstood. Every body.kDtlW.that ., ,bedrawn, t4lexandxiaXa.on:Saturday, b.,. pu:',?!'d tiat" -.ai i4bomb,. = ,

.rrhts.. it is some trouble); a jail, of from auctio'n tax,$1,717 Jtt ,JAm't the' senatorfrom Missouri-is puiibtilious ..,..prn ;T,,lSSp)!under. t RCrinten... v '. J.iUl. --d... fled.f.nmjnttteeI; ,' ,.." I
To am' Irom fines, 1,924 tfl : dence Commissioners( "Af.lt tKTeore.tfu&u&\ 'Bdvr#, Oovffift
food 14 by 20, one story high, with to & fa'nlt m'correclnffs's of 'cla I : ,v: ? .' \ ., .
from licences,5,117 34 j.i w., 111 A V BV, ,& Ileft' ? State ou1Ord1aLi3 'P csf.thea'ithar
o'cloek for o.
the sical (In tfiece1-
eli J n top to ring at 9 Am't.rev. 1846, 280 07 pronunciation. qiioting ; hy> M rawestbh 1wtaId.&atejdo

:egroes to go home. We undertook, to Am't rev. 1847, 1,172 70 .. ebrated invective against Cataline in 78'yJ number I. .i idttery-,-. t ,.,,' v i3.";.dfaVra- *: *balfotsf: ."I' .* i. herbyoerOnj1ud 'D tr Red7. '

ake a ride, but one wagon had gone on Am't'rev. 1S4S, 35,37992 I he original Latin-"Quousque tandem .S LF.NDjD SCHEME. ;;/), ,the apprehension of id'rjw ccpso'a'and.hif ali

into the country, and the olb'r Amt[ rev. 1849, 15Ulj 19Amt abutere" &c., Mr: Foot'pronounced tile ;;: ., l'magndicentcapltaloC, T*., ,,$100,000 d? ;cOrvto,*ae Shenff of said Cosnty'of MirfcaSJfeM. .
Journey refunded from ) / Sail Abner XaThoojpa6a.ii .'
determined last word'he're qfloted'Ztht/ter4With Uie.e >A splendid prize or'C. .'- s.50,000 jiboai Jy t .
was broken ; they were from contingentfund 1 do.o!'r, t.r--- -'" ,,30,000, |"? ?f*set uc complpxion,,about_5 feet. ,iO'ipchea f
o have it mended though. We saw a ,-on account short. This so shocked'Old Bullion'snerves 1 do J-,. -: 20 000 .inlwightj...8ndre"i'It.,.*>arp tsa 1..

lack boy going into the woods for a advancesWl'35. that-b- gathered op hit hat.-arid '1 db.,. i.*:* *- :t5'OOO. ;"b_4C1t-"O.. %' r1tr., .p fiqD ,.

>oad we give the price of a load and Am't received trom ; cloak, a& nforVsaid, and put for the door } '? do7' ::,\.'.-...' ''>'; -H-.J:. 1't 5Q eca.'V''oJ t.4. <'- '=* "*-., ... ._. ... of#.

; I the sale of Thomp Mr. exclaimed modern ./so. do--- I"- ;-:. -. ",f oo1 3 Testimony whereof I Hare hereto set
forgot Foote ogainstthis -
his cart.
ook a ride in son's Digest, 34, 1'6 230 : -,.: do ((lowest 3-humber prizes).'2,000 'my hand and caased the Great Seal of .
have one and when there : .. ;_ *. and gave the n-; '* <' '' c' [sJUt.] State he
narket ; they T: f> gptXOJO il Hegira wrong prop 63przsof' ..- -- .< j500 the ta affixed,this 25th diy of;
s anything in it to sell they ring a bell To ballance on hand NOT.1; ciation to theg.' This made the*door 64 .' ".'do "'V t', :" "- -i- '300' .(a 1 l&UuwjtthD ":) 'th JJ IIt .

3nsiness of the place nothing and that 1848,as per report, 1,32810Add shut in double-quick time.. 65 'ido" "' U"i. *. '- 2P.O t ."" ;7)- TUIASBROWN,:.' '1't..b'J1t.

There is this nm't't c'd.from *65) o' s '- > :-T. .: '160 e. : **#..Gqvcor fFlri4ti.By

11 done by negroes. nothing 'former TreJSrfrer on ac'ct A SENSIBLE ARTICLE.-\ e commend; 4,1Q do' ': '. .. -. rsq(f the Governor- -.Attest: t T. .
ere desirable but the climate, and mat 3f errors ih'ms aW't 13 00 :7O40' ao '." '- .t'tf6 c..w, PP UIG lellitj fSt } a.

s r0od. The thermometer since I have -. .-. "the following brief/article) from ihe New Tickets SaoHal'ves .S20,-Quarters."'$t'o- Fe6.2,1So: ., 6ir : '

at the lowest-55 $59.979 21 Haven Register, to The consideration of Eighths $5." fP .r \ .
| here has been, =
een -R. those fanatic's who i e'certificates in'the'a6oveMagnificent,8cbeme GA1niE BtEDs.t:
82. If Northern people or in- busy meddling are packages s i: Tborbnni'i'aaMeh '
highest t'J
1849.'I. with the affairs as folt w : .
could bring all their necessaries I t constantly interfering! .c. Of : and for sale. bfAALjBEElJs: *
ralids Certifi-
NovA. By Treasury of their neighbors. If these 'men'could A cer-lfica. Q,of package of 26 whole, Fe 21o.. < -,- ..... .
would be fine but without .: -tt-
it redeemed .
ivith them C\teR in tickets V $560 00 .. .
but realize the fact that all 'of their -- -: :
Ihem it is hanl. Lemons and oranges oasb, $35,020 54 out Do do. 26 halves 25000 ,

vould grow well here, if they were not By Treasury Certifi- ; own immediate x-lass thought os'tile.. Do do. 26quarter3l2500Dp HUFELAND'S immediate., inIf 'Ethereal'8yrfiip* '**". ;**" t
'cutes, received in 'Register does that those attacks do 26 eighths 6250 ghC. I.
lazy to cultivate them. One manlas upon'the lACK r aIbf. > M'RiEDD*
00 payment of Tuxes, 15)805 13 :outh and d.aeardlythey A certificate of a package wholes trill entitle '- '. 4 '' .
were mean iS50 L"
them growing here, and they Jnok and 'witness Feb. : .;': t < : .
be induced mind their the holder! .to all over $442 nett that may be '- 'i !t .
might .possibly to '
this time certificates receivediapiymentoftazes .
veil; he also has at green peas, drawn by twenty-six tickets named therein. 'BYHUP'01r "
l radishcsturnipsonions 6,968 00 'Own business-and }fet.usalunel.Ve Certificates of and inproportion. HASTINGSCOMPOUND1
abbaffesbeets, halves quarters, eighths *J a ., ,
By balance on "hiiad'ibis "\ should like the Hartford'Cou- ?
nd tialad.I "A cure for C nsnriipt tf,Decline, Asthma,and
I can give you no idea whet my day, 7 eC85? 54SoU.979 rant tb tell us what would the Legisia- This splendid ,scheme is one of the nost Dot- all diseases the Chest and Lungs" ... ,' ,20
tnrctiveWt'r' dniwn in the United States and P
'tui'eof' Connecticut to constant Formal. A\ .
a by '
will be but 1 think I shall be at 21 say 'M.REEl
ourse i well worthy'of attention of adventurers.The .- Feb. .
2. 1850. INOTfC'sT .
ome in some four weeks. DR.IS49. 'stream -Resolutions from Southern lowest prize that can: "be 'draw by a ticket .- .. tf. .. .!

i States, intermeddling and advising a- It the drawn numbers' ,,
1 remain youis respectfully, R. D. having on three of is e- {; ''
Xov 1. To ballnnse on hand and ;bou't ou.rTaciOi tlie overworking S2/000./ indebted
y systeih, ALL persons to PaltJC' &Fenis IJT4- .
is the author's.Nov .
! The underscoring brought down this of operatives, and against letting Orders M tickets and shares and'certic teS w.v or mortgage, ire hereby notlfie4J

' we a-k who is "U. D. 1" and day, $2,-)55 54 the of State at of packages the above 'magnificent scheme that Mr.P.Fraser 4tvy. at Jacksonville is m .
out auction -
E'& O. JiWAL support paupers, will be promptly attended to, and on account of authorized by us to receive any money 0:1 our
cilizt-n Jacksonville should ask R. hAYWARD Treasurer. the lowest bidder'! would such
very to the drawing will.be sent immediately after it is account. 0 '1.11 -

ie same .questi.-n, and so soon as theyx TALLVHAS.SKE Nov 1, 1849.'COMPTROLLER'S things be any'more improper than our over to all who may ord 'rtickets from us*. '. PALMER&FERRIS.

resolving a'gainst the domestic institutions Address J. & C. MAURY, Agents Jacksonville. .,Jaxr., 26 1850.ATTORNEY .-
his identity, reward him for his false. ItENiIIT.CoMiTRo1.L&s -
of Georgia not a whit. It is not Alexandria, Vu.'ebrttary .
illainous and malicious .slanders OFFICE 26';'50. Jm .s 'n1f
upon 3J '
Tallahassee, 28th Jau. 1850. enough that we are rid of the curse of !fJ, _
people and place by a good coat of His Excellency, THOMAS BROWN, Governor. slavery, aid that We .vote against it, NmW m m AU11 ,2 g. AND COUNSELLORArLAlCHAVING .

and feather and a quick trot "wn > $-c. when Jo l ) but that
tar /- lieur&ir:-I have the honor to report that we can so legitimately; ,- mnoved.'hls5: ,office from Columbia .

a rail out-of the corporate limits ofhe the receipts into the Treasury from all sources i we must pursue a system of Legislative BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD t .Jacksonville@ Duval CjOttnM1* f
and official to .respectfnUy. tottns his friei !s that he. has a vsocixted 0 .
tovit.We for the-fiscal year ending on the 31st October, i taunts, impudences, SALOON, &c. withiim..in- of-LawV '
1849, were. 58638 11 1 the faces of those States where slavery : practice his j
call particular attention to the Thc amounts of Warrants drawn brother; S.Wa&.4l'mEUOi i .4. ? .fJ"t f,
i is toleratedIt is all
wrong-mean., SU 'SCRIBE h S'justopened'onBAY i The firm will be represented 'atji ach>i41r
for the
allowing expressions indicating his upon were the Treasury as follows same period .- iOn We care not bow strong a majority maybe TUIE TnEET, North side, one door from the every.terin.Sf the Circuit, Court, in the several

pinion of, and good feeling Inwards the Contingent Fund 4.372 48 in favor of uch arrnoyatice.*, that; corner of'LIBERT* street, .a RESTAURANT, Counties .tW & 'Ju'diclaL Circuit;The ..:j
BOWLING ALLEY BILLIARD SALOON. County..of.Hamilton, in-the -1idd1eCizii.
41 4th Gen Assembly does make the and: and
he is Expense nol til.e.right.
>eople of whose hospitality parta- ; pra' The establisnment has been fitted up entirely The Sujireme Qpurfc, a&'Ta1lahazsee.-ajj4'th '.

'ing. upon whose courtesy he is imposing Expense,Salaries Officers 16,552.83 it ought ti> be discontinued. hew, and is open for the reception visitors.at JJ.S. Court at St. Ansustin .1"*.'
the usual hours. AIkiuishss: entrus'ted to tHeir wireceive'pfonJpt
# care
and in whose midst he is sojourning 16,627 59 MissssipriWe learn from Hie The Bnr auentioiiV V" ..* *i-v-1&.ii

".11 shiftless set people." They Expease Criminal,&c., prosecutions .7,699 V8 papers in this gallant! StAte, that thereis HAS t cen' supplied with thechoicest'iquors I AdresJz. p;&a'.VT" :SAlOER80NJacksonville.. />, ,.

writ' shut up nights it is some trouble. "Miscellaneous items, notfa disfcorciantViiice. in either house and beverages to suit every palate will 'C' .-- ,; .. D'aral FC'ty.Itt,

such ns Printing of the Legislature on the Southern ques. prepared with despatch; The delicacies NOTICE.::. ,. & -
t\Vhat of the Court "
say you gentlemen Laws, Taking Cen- tion1. The Committee Federal. the season will be at all times supplied:-Oysters .; '
joint E litve !
Children Venison Steaks &o served at "I ap pibinted T; Ol.IIouBnsonT; GeV :
iouse-better hire a yankee to attend sus of vcr ,Partridges, ,
relations l has made able the .t
law of 1848, Tuxes -an report on nil hours, aid on the shortest notice. era1 :get md'Attey;tb: ttl&ant'

[o it, -ell 1 Rogues are not so plentiful refunded, Mexican subject, wnichitis; slated Will be adopt- The. Billrthl' .g t onHA *. arid To aU bi1sineS1S in tIle hitiWofPaIe &FcIriS .

here that lock Court Hou- War &c. 3,567 id edJ cone and're eientl del1tst'dae the firiD'-hO'
we n our c. been imported expressly for.the JIou'ana Palmer :&- Ferris by" Bond
,; ldt 1tCtt
sts I nnd there are no houseless loafers Warrants 79- In this report t there is. an,-ppreprat ion is of the most beautiful.construction ,1- otherwise 'afeb for Darius Ferris Oecrosea. a.
htftvL itt the--North. Again _uBusiI The amount of Clerk'sCertificatcs 48,839 of $250,000 as a contingent fund; to be with air and India rubber,cushions.: All pekonsh viilgdernand against':Tpa3mei! I 3

I for pay of used by the'Gbvern6riri .the event of the The IZo wlhig Pink and Ball &Ferris brDarihs: Ferric d'icea d., "Will Li1bent f

ness of the place nothing and that all Jurors and State Witnesses consummation of the sch'emeS of the. A Rfi also just from the workman, and.every -the kime to!tr.aH6lmes' for payment;': n4 i

? the convenience for 'the entertainment ana. all persbnS indebted todli'erk Ferris t vritia *-' '
taken at
dot& by niggersf Iris is a shatne- up Northern fanatics. Mii-sissippi is in ear-
Trea 6.96S 00-55.807 99 comfort of guests has Been pro ded. S- .rettiS: Equested to.callbn! t:0'.Holniesffor ..
aced lie and if t4R. D." had been tr.J': ? nest. settlement.and Inrike' ". '' $
,- payment* ? \ l'
# I cordially invHe..th.e. public to call at CiTJ-Ilt.,. I. '? **->!;
ere but one hour, be knew it to bench Excess of Receipts over Expenditures this Esfablishmc'nl/assuKng tbein that I shall '. P.mmJ! : .. ..
-Th'e editor .
GROWN IN --d. 7" .
32I contribute their recreation ; :
$ ,
,830 spare no effort, to. to : .
at the time of the words. of ttarceldna has : "D.rV.IDL.'p t11ER.l11; :
penning am, fee., Very Respectfully, a "newspaper says' he GtfORGE.SKIFF: ,. -"
: t .
:: '
gain,-"Lemons a'nd oranges would Your Ubcd:.n Servant, had an opportunity oTseeing some 'samples Jacksonviin, February 10,1849. 'Jy "- .-Jan, 1st S tf'i-.J -'i .

row well here not SIMON l'UWt.E of cotton cultivatexl, the banks of ,..' oijjmcn !c .
: if they were too lazy Comptroller t Public A ounts. NOTICE. J l/i > ', VU.itii.fruary
o cultiuate them !" This again is both J:m. 29. 1S50.Mliifrs the Grm 1aJql1ivir the superior ..quality IV OTJCEis, ier biglell'i'all! per ons interI --f i hereby.gi4exup a11persopaln .
c ; of which can frith the' best I .A. est dthit oil I lunayhe 1 lihday ofEeb.
..lander and a falsehood. "R. D." ,U ..eated, Vhat four jweeks'from date;>elwilljipplyto.tbe nextjl vVill jpply'the i .
re'ers that i is the American H6u.feiixLtnng-.
impo.riedJroji: con- of !
: : Ifon,.Felix Levingston Judge.
i aljornia.-A nui.n ston '
: fPrbtate
Vi Judge for *
to ".' ride un -cart.." These nor- aJ young .-He recommends that tbe"cultivation .- ProbaTe for the coaoiybf Duval,for leave to.sell 'for leave "thVcbunryofDatdl .
friends from California to sell the
from Maine to his Keal.Properly
writing '
: belonging
of this useful the r aV Property ..belonging to. the Bslate,,:of n1 *. .A T. .
bent Sacranieaito.1and most plantbee.xleD'- the' -
patterns of proju i K>ty, order, de- ,says to jis ..party ibiihd uear the much?thereof ':las to 'Qf JlUJJes'.Ltng decejxs -L orgqgto .
James James
&c. when uluiojtlliirty miles from any other digging, '.ded to every part of the Peninsula of or so iu )f. S: Ut 'inecessa pay-/.the': ,
:enc COme 'will the butstandipg debtsof .
they us befnecessary'to '
'among two intelligent and beautiful young ladies \4th' : Spain ; the' soil and temperature, of said Estate. _pay _! :. .. o.utstan/r' :,;Ctebt810C8\id..Estate... ( .. ,'. .,. ,' 1h/l .
:ut antics that be uttend.uii o"ld -headed ? f!. r "" "
up ourJegrCJcsould n'O except an gre negro, j which he. are calculated{ d give .rich THOMAS aLHAGAN Adm'r. \ {w 't ". hNG-A.t< '',_ '.
shamed of. whom is ttie servant of the father of one oft i' says editor; himself MARY JAMES '}. Adm'x., _.t T! eJ: n;,. th" ts5o;. '. ..4t.ii:-r. ,
The flatters
suits that : _
The eldest of these girls is not twenty.It ; a '" i i, : ,- .,. ---.q- '..; '.-' --- e- -. .. ,: d.'
JacksonviUe February,16.lWq.
One question. Will the peopled seems tlu-ir imagination had become excitedby I an intelligent speech l lately niade by : / ;NEUOESFOlirnE1 ." the goll 1 storios which they had heard and Don Felix Rivas before the agricultural lera"Oadc "' -,-- '.1"" ,t iul for hire 1
Jacksonville permit such persons, who'i1lully'J I 'Ge : : five,prime vr or:" .
they had determined to try their. hands at inak- society, Madrid, may product the: '.effect XECu'DAi: T) 't2 .1. 1.. Cngpan ;whg would.do vfelUathelum f; JoI
knowingly, and falsely t ra- inga fortune, The old was work,and .bexior. iTroaaatrh&is
negro of extending cultivation of cot- ,Ta11JaeiFeudP. ,1,1SU; ; turpentine b iness.-Also ami Jdle agjw : .
lute, slander and belie the place and was left in the camp during the day to look *" election"is hereby,ordered. .to Se'held iiTthe. : > q to:Cook .:aridaiyoangv:\ > 2''
after the household affairs and keep watch ton., AN o.Jias .
1rJ "cd CJ
.Second ,.Division the FJondA..Mili $ nbei.rrU d. fejft, 10 !
1t5 inhabitant, ?, will-they permit we ask while the girls pursued their mining operations. I -MARiNE--IN :i ,'tia, on., ;.the first.Monday'',in, AprifJ next ..'the ;'bsiired-out:by,the monto, i liberal.term'. "lm'mediat : j dj
I their the old dar LIGENCE't
rKh persong to remain their midst 1! When tUe patty Breached carap, places appointed bylaw fo'tfo&election of Cfeuu* !apDUcsUion'or's .i1 UiiMnt_ E :J
ky..was al iin it, but the girls came.in during: -PORT OF FEB. .I' all: G iitt.com ', HoteU. 0' .' ; .', ,'_",.'_.. ..'', "','I. ..!. ,_r ,. .'
) JACKSONVILLE, ty. (Otlicer8t-fQ1' jor
f do we think they tloscrve it.- und received their visitors .
they the day bospiublj. said Division to filli the vacancy occasioned by r V 4v :.* > s- .v.-.lJdHN'B1)ZE.U1.? i1t I

|i\Ve honestly believe that any' one who They robbed expressed, and said that no fear they should of being leave mol for.tted.home.or, .ENTERED .' the resignation of General e Carter. ; "i ,ti January 2...' i2th. iSStfi ., ." ,.._ ::, ':.:.f' 1 :j : ..

will thus knowingly and falsely slander when they had accumulated $10,000 ;'they already Feb.. 12th, -Brig Stephen D.'Horton;Spauld; OfiiceTS".commanding and Coin'panuijs: BrigaJieSj'.withia' .RegimehtSjBattallions. Jhe ,limits ,;jV'N-. Uee.tz. ., :, I .
; .
Kew York. < : ,
and its i inhabitants g rthered 7t)00., ) Thejr were from Florida, ing, Jl1: BB. nersliti'-J orore"eiBtfJ;lHP _
any. place ;. is school U '* Pauaraij GfttioleyVbrook. \\Say. ajBai&Diisionare. hetebyrreqlUredto alr 1 '.' .
from to enter ,
and ran away ,"
theyoungest : we.en.tu&un deried ,
-' 'y .int effect .thi i. oriI i jitUwvtiieir respective '
none too good tu set tire to our dwellings ). upon Jtlie expedition. S '. .qommandsj'and t make:returns according.to.lawT, .and stylo>of.Copper&Reab, >1s this da/dasoKedbjinutroJ ; \

to seek to disseminate the accursed .. S' CLEARED. ., 1' '.., .:,.' ,It ia also.orier dthaithose'lperaons who.oicited (consent; .'. ..CHP.. euOPEB.O ,' .

doctrines of abolitionism too THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD.-This phrase ;Feb' : 13th'-Brig 1J4n.Weld. eigi. .1.: i. a$Inspectors'of the;"elections held?in:.Octo .. ., 'r \Jt" GBO.'B. ABJ ,. .( "
; or :, diaCubL ..: ber for ( }J(n1TD&9IIS1-, Vi ;: :
: \ .ultimojv; : 9unt4liarpfficereaIs .
bent our slaves originatedwth'Lord Brougham, and was first -f-u i :. -H GassaVeas Chase"NeVY6rk.'VfSth j .' : '. '--'.' '. 4------------ ", _. ,, .:!.... "I
insurrections. among .: ,act:as inspectors>0f)tfia>lectijmvaoovejcrdered -
; '. .
used in his speech on the elevation ,Wellington ': ,'' ,, :. ,'f ,
I ask who is "R. D. 1" Let llorris Grcely_ UYsi' l V /i r >/ti 5r/t <' 14.fih- -i ; IS: -." 'Nof'rc, ,.' ,. .", :.\ '.
Again we ;, rd'ty : 'T.1o
; mere military chieftain, to the Premiership -- Me.It hall be persons ,. 'i&r,. dJ" 't luau 1..ff",1)resen. ; .
trim be made known. Let him be held ; after the death of Canning.. Oh that'occasion t:;$10' Kc- ward' ,'. -ii" '.;" holding: :',elections.in t1ie:tarionl*Comiiany ". f'counts ndryuJers'to" ha Hon. Judge':.I'y; '

I. YlLLgivo regard of Jen Dollars i _Districts tOtgive.teh.dajsiioticejithereof,3fftt PnbteforvqiantlJSftg "4I_: 5. j
said 5ttIn&
kip lo our admiration i and gratitude.Dare .- ,he : ; ; r- '. J
for the apprehension,and eliYery'i i three of the. njost public:places i inlaid:District. U d. fi" "as"A"dministratnt'Mihiteaatot'dweea'A ; 1

he make himself. known 1 Dare wield Marshal,.the Duke of.Wellington, may me of,my.iiegr ,woinaOj.sySAN; ,who: .,, 4' t ." 1L'.. J TABROWN. .,*'U'J'.1..f | .d 1.: ;:: SAKACP.'rjraEm. i f
take the ... .
( take the :;
ho \lI'f: ;.1 '
nrmy may nayy may tl"ran; away:from tbe,ijoase of Mr..John I ; tt4 Go'cruo1 IICJ "'feadgmyjM: ; ,to;isgpf g'' 'J
he avow the authorship of this infamous take the great seal-he may take the.,mitreLrnake ...0., ') J(1. ., 'J' .
A. J neitvhile'in h&rnpTojaid; &%grjo i8131 Feb"2, ;lQr.n .'..:.f r t.or' 'r '. '
(concatenation of slanders,1 We will, with him his present.whole force oftheznall. Let him come yellow,complexion,Ull and stout,and about forr .Sehool Book: ..' '''f' "'. : ;B8'A'.i'W i : ,
on sword in hand
{see. NO YANKEE., the constitution; 'and the, ,English will notvonly;against tyycafi!otnge'b 1 .haVe\ reason*to"1>eb ve* '' W'ni p i glJ oc .( .:GfDri' : JT''n'SUBs'B t.w, iiti.hi', ? .
vicinity of this
she is luriungj& tne JackaonTillej i IriendtandtbMbepieparedfej ie..enn
beat bin b&c but B1a1fe'sR1efori' : t1 "Clari1 mm'iJ.t" tLep "
: .
12Lug at 'his In, 7 Cj'' \
NEW- Under this head ; $ JILIZABETH; HALL: '* JroonS is hi
I '
other timcg the tl it 'Aeioiib e. Phll'ii 'Chambers Diawin ... ?
country mayj-taire: eaM 'with $ '' ;
'aConnecticut gcniusadvertises a that;the Jacksonville. ; 'Feb2dd30r,;. 1": *.. )., Schol 'OompanibrijiDavi ". '., do' -.ChVrawtrji lingio'oz t r tJr _i >' ,
patent dismay !soldier was abroad.7 It.e will ft* >-y.-i----i; -*< >'!'' > %'*>*_ ; : vVn -

j"Bed-.clasp: for the purposepfpreven; not be so now> ;Let the soldier be abroad if he 4- \.tN'"t.! .1 ".: eVs irt.Lessim. .. ,"', "": 'doZoology} -' tioft those ;:: 4-: :
-" ,,} ,. ,. ; d'1" .
do ,. TCuryof'meti
children or adults while in bed will; he can nothing in thk.age:' .There 'is j "# I .t\ '''', %" if.School ", bU agueorbeal1hj .
ting '- ; 1' : ,
aothr.perscnage abruad.jnagel.ess imposing .; ;$wid j.he 30th day of next March/I : 7. : Knowledge; \ : -
.., =
from unintentionally' uncovering them. in th*eyes of som perhipsiasignificiniThe i ON will sell at.thejCoartHou j iktbijOoanty do Algebra, ". ."1.1 \ "'uo':1f3. %pd$&i ne1i-0111t".--. ':--4. ,bcarecentIy. i : m 'I.J
1 .
selves." Asa distinguished statesman cbaAstroaind I'trust tsblmarmgdwithhi ; ,AS the Laws direct*.'Two Hundred and'Seyi'ent '. do '.ElernGeo.ry, 13UXftt'4.. icotbyiiiBotny .;._h"-'t. at, : wi4L p.... ;,.
'different prime AJSres $f"lamli the"re tuVReal T:' .- ; 'A' "" I. "!. F.ou.lUMi._' ,.' ( _.' ".;
observed -touching a ; sort of ,Against:thipfsoldier. ; in < : aindefipt! nO y "
ftnexation, shall ",be glad to 'i it!" full military array.? ,. / Estate pf.he'StAti ot' i iies LOO''/do't: 31itcbU' Oeo pliy &EUdgesVqgtc '1 : Pf4 U.t.11. ilf W..w. ). '
see for
we is ;
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"Kicking:tjjejdveroflrsays: the' Boston ., /-1 -> ,, -., "1.; .;t 'i' ihanl1k&if( iWef..emb': M ii? ''f' ,.Piii. PJ. ttf .ImU'. .A! '1.I' ... The lenasjdU. .be czceedia ,crodtyt,;. ," .
Post iJ\lmlo ;gr been'a crying.'evil. In tha. ? '; oio at.' mel dj4wedono:: lan4;;is MjEoiteStf t tK* .toj Vna jtl nb:< as : '".-uo ,'t'gCIoiCOu' ; Chamber'a Geclogj, : oi"tx .fiYV i'8..P.PIALDSON ,. I ., ,

best regulated farniles, and has had ranch know'Who, gives the. folio wing definition Hunger I 3 HaHshlp PlantilwhformerJJSccuiCol.51..Iarl > "; fi? f ,i os..l I IhudactyotFrh;P% '|%eiJWlfx. f- .:. l Yj1jeJR. !S4i.i- _,>'- ,:.... I } .,;:

to'do.with:those domestic';diequietudee .-Nowhere*" : "%A' ; dlate wh h, no .-. I J ,;>" ';. : .' 4 oI'ksi! : J. : .mb'Ji GJ id .,':>" '

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: ATLANTIC & GULF'aAteWAD', COMPANY. .', 'C" uti: .Tl" tj I f 11IIISWELLtltNWN: ( 'ESTABLtUMETiipjfr l .: 1 beaa.n.ethiaa1eL t ,'"Zatsfl'tO hJ.ua. Ltrtatt

'. : c{ h"s of late' lerpone thoreagunnd II Lir ctiui IciLtiL Jrtt "rir.u'Jt.i.t4k.
MU i F t
)1 i i ]T IS hereby'notified that it is the intention rut bottles she in rtsicrtdipc .
1;; is now reopenc-t r .t 11ei .fA
RlGJ .
I of the Atlantic and.Golf\Railro:id Comp.i.ay ',' I EIrnII tmTL !eva" 1 tbugLt II n.IbdutJto 'Uit '
'Inv. '
I odd to apply for amendments to the Charter or !tNSTlTOTioN WILLIE OPENED ON : { )!: ;t .eitlan- t -t }a1ch'thAItusi hi. ,LI V (HI I S ts \: .d., Ii.iu..t.l.. UIi ',a.,t:1iat."inu.lflrid .\

\;' ral Assembly Company of, at Florida the nest meeting of the Qene, .the first Monday in June. .pextut 9[o'clock, A.&L, I ui 1 lftdtitjS th mntiiti iiir kb3rei lt'VAI a. $ H ." .. ,,t1zc\ic.I.l.JI.J "",,\ :,"fti..,
? in Jacksonville E.ist Florida.Separate w..JO1Ia Ntr &
:\ .m.ifi .VJ.Xbs
November 2-1, UJ.f9. 3m the p rpnietortosst1n' vn 1m::11___ ; $ I oII 'j..jI,,:. r1 :t ,..n tJ (aAEiithq1..,
will be for
rooms, ,fitted accommodation .. 1
.. &. tap : Every*accommodation ."Hl.be} (.exffnde tQguests. I '
of young Lads and .Misses, where I ; p .1tr.E ,1.8 t1ci.
I .,* Invalids trjiveller.ajid ,mhf rs will! I eiIP ) .
4 ILnnd, For" Sate, Near' Tumpi.. ; they will .instructed i in the:Elementary'and find}this! house aesirabte\i ; It ( sitVutiil: (cici,i ie' 0 t :.itqflE

higher b'iinchN'o.r. nn<>English and cU.;lcul.Education il ..,. .
!: : t he.\80qthtwitlt.\ :OTrV pKiwfc'W fct< lolig?: 1.'II : ".1 J I ) j ''
and jroung>,men will, l ItO filte for :whll court' yard'in frontjfTnnd; 't.-ttodaroua)' I" 1 11 i-T *Sdi 74. iw('fi'J'-

F p | tdB. land a quarter section in quantity,u' 4. College or for professional life, in theLatin, and northeast wi ndts., The ronnislire el lii ibly" :'sHu.Jif; V ip itl t-dI'ctt:() hwlj u JiV i. ,
:JL Simmon's'i 'Hammock twelve miles Greek chssies and i in the' and 'II p :(br'I ctfcrtf''iuRKi' ..
at PhUosophiCi&} ted, large and salty, ,pb buildih ..fixt. t c.- ENTIRELY ''EOEIt1fl.ECOMI'OVZD. tif.'it' 1'1 hittO1tI3JalLta.
distance from' the pleasant,nnd gruwingvit1igofT4mpa Mathematical'sciences.Arrnngrmrat. being new. The House, imiltoi l wiKxKislithei' ? tM"tr l\btlhtrlli lrftt.li ..
,. Aboltt Oneh.&Ifk cleared aud b.i *. mid phstV'rwI t ,*,' Sic.: "Tii I u word,'It 'sbuzU t h-I i.FIMI1S MEDICINE was'prepared by a regular. 'O UBe :lJCA \. Ig & ij )'.4
bee'in cultivation : '., J. rhYtlici..n and i is4h&rrsu1 Of"D extn.. ctidtLt j .
two years. The soft is THE TEAR will divided into rour-quarters. l 1e rtsaly,for 1 be purp JSt". **' 3t Ujfi'n.t 'Pi, i \ V ; Vb.V'3 ''

warm"light and of good depth ; an I b: .well O about 12 weeks each. ..with intervening vacations. \\ith the? manypresent'proprirtrefs' 1dvantzgeconMnv1: ,jbe give 1'1'IClit' ot IJt nr Tie'.aisJ' : i.bilibu8 cfl- HKot.hing, can'.'be nfokrf-IV1irZ il1i..r 'r1

known 'fo'r.its large yield 'of S. L c. .- Thed.ay wilihivetwosessions: the first A'rsjl' I!Ayisyi. sur '8ihoiBp.uroiiizing J mate 1.bCtiew.hb.l";*/i****'I.it.iJ f u8eltI. irV ,' 'i14tfl.ti3 'D" the1' .1"Ulrt L.JII5WS"

The Water is soft and pure, anti the place leci.deJlybealthy. ,' the house.that her : $een its Siilutufyfffec| }'rjiinVp\hfrs7.ieid)' no !! .czLta'imud "h.ni t.tiJ.1Ii ii4ai
from,9 exiTtious'jwiUVery ;
to 12 M., and the second, from 3 to f p.! ( I farther .
evidence bfits'greut vnluej The: health J. b4tOn.e
: Several hundred other acres M. W"loe.l.aymoruingv will.be appointed to t, to pltat'. ;; 1bbLstfLdt4j si.eyj

could be got, ajacent and similar, the whole being xercises in English: composition and declama >' 'respectfully, 1 .; % of thousandsths"breii(; jit'Vfi'CiIy' !$(ml by i"i influtiij.d 1tiiii i ,' 91.. Iiti.ti.(

on a plain of moderate elevation.' The tion. THE PROPRIETOR", this medicine,:vhi-n':*nil (>ihtT; rt'iueUiw Imvefailed. 1 : tI I I5 ,. I the> !t, Jl.ti 1f.d'.'\

range is good in the ,neighboring woods 'and At\er'the first term will be received St. Augustine f1c ., 9..1 S4'J. Its operation':. ;: ribyiiriipiy'tuus\ ; ,. r lt t:. !4 t .tJ nu.J.\u.-J. p. i; ,.:
pupil : .4' v "
i v> the disease for tuV, bul' to the V It will: ,,,
which u ; ) unity not beexicttt}
aries Utter are te xtcn8iYe. Within to'the fs system fttn
I p qU except at or near the beginning of the session, N. B. Attached house fine taWIn catsm.
convenient distance the land is ; : anti restore it to'soytuTjind. feift-ct health. d elicate' .a na; rfftu.1LdJ.:!
on public a CU1VLJ.L
and no pupil! for less than: one term. Ciirriajtetf. .horses ponies boats, uii all fix ft_
0 site for a residence overlooking scene of surposlng t Hires for excursions. oct. 27-f i. A small Treatise onf,jhV:(; CHiiW: :.*,. tjeatmviitnnd ) en1omnitd: ut 'e, niihundrad&ot J ,

q beauty. The terms will be made known,. Tuition --4.''. cure offevcr.and ,ague na1ot1' tl1enses of ,. ,.d: t8..It 14th frJ. I1'f8.djti.'t

by application at,Key West, Florida, to Reading, Writing Arithmetic." ,. SG.OO Rutt.atiIti..sIs.IaIc; : 1. u''V bilious climates,''* ri'jiyJbe; .. hudJgriitis'bfKtLe" .t 1 unJprsiJtnctJ U o'sn : .JJr Lt.b1; ffiij;

: J. W. STARK. Higher English studies, 0 8,00 .- trrssed by weaiiocwi'Vttl 'l1t'ul.GdJJ1tj t

; Dec.'lt 1849.. 6tn Philosophical! und Classical studies, 10.00 m THE SUBSCRiBER,. :h.sviugtaken: Al so.: numerous .certificJiJcsTrom inen, of the ,lutrering ntintu.1l11JlI D1fl 14.4 .h f

One( h.ilf the price of tuition,according to the .up his md-lctici* p.:nn UjY"jj inhortiis tat. hijchest.respectabiliiy, testifj'ing tb the great .difficulties.! l .&dj bumg u*';mmitj

ia Circuit Court Columbia Co. I studies pursued, ,will be expected in advance, :LI.JatCkSOflVilhi'. 'the thit, .respectfully he is : efficacy.. 'of'this 'medicine.... i .;. CUUV. be- r seen I on- applir nitdicine. \flieUtTgm.\ .\ it;II;'.

aslen Circuit of Florida ) and the'lalallte at the end of each term. puMic oo'wplreplired ,,to ?.V', : ;l Jivitring rectn uVtituVd I't tuL. ,-itk"f'
I the Boot and Shoe business mull.
Board will be provided in.Town nt reasonable to Carry on described ] tit ah.td Itttlecpof
In t'bnncrrr.: its I branches. As he obtains all his milerials T.prHQL.\tES&ro.t! A ,lJi-li "
rates per moutht for Pupils from the country Afents/or :Jocksontilte JW4 Sjjrsji j urillu i.td.tollo R id tltr .
) directly from New York he ,will lie,enabled.to
and Parents and Guardians who desire
vs }: Bill for Divorce. may much I less Jacksonville, Feb. 24. Ib49., CmDBTTOWNSEND'S gave t"n; a.fchci {.tried! it rt&&\'p-\r'
furnish workat :
to avail themselves of the facilities of this custom : !
.plaints! ETiIitbkriJjifltO. itullh'. .
SMITH. V :. .j'ti1ieitil
EDA ) 'than has hitherto
Institution i for the education of their children offir superior quality beenV COMPOUND EXTRACT 'i lor'tlie Li.rtita': idar" ,
APPEARING to the satisfaction: of .the accessible to b fellow citizens. He trusts that V '.; I..b'c re i'\a-TIIJ
nnd ,others be assured that exertion
IT ra iy no pleasure .in thus bckncvUiticnding '
Affidavit made in this that .. StRS.tl'ARtLl.A.ThiasExtnzci IliL 'Ji.:1.
cause will be spared to ensure the health comfort and the patronage which bus 'ulrt"i11ly'Laeaa *xtended it to
., Edt Smith, the Defendant, resides out of the in knowledge of all who be l to him,. and for which he takes this occasion is put up m quart bottles ills, 31. pullic. 'J t1-i'l'!

State of Florida, and in the State of Georgia. progress entrusted, to the care oftbe Prncipal.: may to return his.sincere. thanks., will besiill six times cheaper. pleis.inieiyuid warruuud superior .' V D. MOOliE, cir. ot.( !.n'J klJ K
On motion complainants Solicitor, It is ordwf, RUFUS K. SEW ALL, Principal c ont inued. to any sold. -It cures diseases without : '

That the said & Smith, do appear and answer N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to Repairing of nil kind executedwithne.itness .' tumU'uigj judging,sickening or debilitating the patient 4DJ4JJJEzz.sj. .

the Bill Complaint filed in this Court within provide seats and desks. < hairs; are recommen anil despatch, directly opposite thai BILLIAR11 and is riicul..rly; ) adapted ion n \ !Lily u.tt -uula.tiUt.-a! 'tJiO- fA V
r four months or the g aid Bill will be taken for FALL AND WINTER .MlDlCIl\.E. 1 .
ded. [Republican ] SALOON in B 'y rret"t. : pnrptiriil ia rt'hHi.u'Ic..Jil1-. I l.; V
: confessed, provided a copy of this order be published May t9 1949. tf BENJAMIN. 0. MILLS. The great beauty amd superiority 01,this San lil J..JctLu ins rf.. (n1U ii'j' {,1'f'ceii4i a1r i1
i I in some Newspaper in the Eastern Circuit Jacksonville., Sept. 81 h. Ib49. q.ill saparilla; over .11 other'reutedii:* is..it trM. :I"\JJtMng thai uitid.t rf4L,' iLt. isfI li

Florida, once. week for toe space of ,four, "JACKSONVILLE. IIO'l.ELllliJtII. dicates disease, it invigorates. the should mghctto take il. ts it is s t'J"t .

months. I K. 1&. 'JC.aID__ _:& CUi .. V body consuuiptitiU cured, vtiitheJi.rMy ol the LtnItsaLi.L,3um V

Tuo. DOUGLASS, I cleanse and strengthen, diM-i-fcisto vLich hn a.ltt &of' '
IT ESR3rRnB."R.ED & CO'having leas air 'tdi t;
Judge c. c.e.c. consumption c..n be .cured, line ctliie.less .1hia >
lease IvJL ed the Wharf and the buildings aiuuuftJ.ire ltritdnay ted "lasur.11
1849. SUBSCRIBERS h .ving taken n .
20th ;
NOT. .rUE bronochitis, t-ouauniiitioii liver ccmplaiiit li3 ut' tLi. '
yui J.J
D.lt1iHtio 'tr"
with their
in ctiou
'. 1 S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of the Circuit Court the Hotel formerly, occupied by Mr. now prepared conn cold.'coughs, c.I.nh ahthiijti. spitting l nhu.LI.Il' tin!,' vlo
BAB1)H'4J : J1tJd.
li and for tid County do hereby Certify that the WOOD respectfully solicit a continuation ol. DRY GOOD GhOCEUY, blood. in the
s : ol screJH dust, wi n.j i.i cd. r.s: it i ci.UuLud sit ,
the extended which has hitherto ;
is of the ortler in the patronage .
above true origiu.al hectic flush!
a copy night sweats, difficult bj quula.il g lit-J Mud tidiLiiibiii.Lstt
been bestowed this well known establishment. J to do GENERAL COMMLS.SJOABUSINESS. ,
; 'a stated case,as appears from the files of said upon a ,, ;1 or profuse oxpce- t' ii,. ILdi(tJ. tlii u i duiii is'iLx.lieL1e'k V
In the merit it '
order beitpr.to tlu'J'hlve
: .Court. torllt it.1I and p.in. all the diMi.MKto 1 "LilL'\\li.n
enlarged and thoroughly repaired the Their ch ires are established by the SaTan I JI-u.ljiiir :.
11 Witness my hind: and the : V in the ,idl'. &c. It Li--.t tiLt wLtli tjiun:. tnt" IUJi'"
Seal of said Court at the building, IU') adopted many improvements to nah rates. have iiiid cntlv!, tie ujitural 1 t2i31a-I'

XAL. Court House at Alligttor promote the health and comfort of their guestsThe They are the Agents of the.U. S. Mail.Ste !L can becured. i iu I tullits uf 11.(. I lj iintViVgtitii. \1)
ujJJ.t.1 I'd. r. UD 1.
in said County, this 5iha. old friends of the house will certainly .imers at this place, .aid are now tnabit.i (IIJa''Ha h''S I 1\IU.t.u a.t9f'

ot Dec. Ib49. deem it an advantage th it the table will be under t offer ev ry f..ciiiiy to the Merchjautrlaute II ti..Uc,1'L.IU)
y Probably (ther nevtr-'was a remedy that hu I "JJJdJ in t!u- cutti n in n.tbitiL'ta.lf

S. SCAKBuaOUH, ,the superintendence of an experienced tud the Pul'lic generally. been so sutcesafulJn dcspi-ratecji 01 cMisuti }>. tOJ" itnmh' 'U't :,....( dii i. e.. '
Hostess whose aid flattlr themselves Goods heir will be received ., .
Clerk C. C. by they consigned to i care
finn as this; it clrjiiiscs :md stU'iiglliii.a theystem.aIl&4 .lmLA tZ 01 LL2lJ.AADJ.CI1.
LLAlTtLtr "
December 15th 1849. 4 inNOtECf. : they sh ill no: be rivalled by any Hotel in tin ansi forwarded with Jet' ti'lch. fI appears to heal the ulct-iscn the *1

South beinjr now en shied by the constant steam Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situated .
nd the
lungs. rmtiruts gradually regain their V M.w } t.JIJ\ ;
.' ih and convenient the Wharf. ) ; lfJUt
coiimiuuic ition with S ivann Ch irlestunto to
.1 1'1.
he.illh .
t usual Mid strriiplli.CUKlOUb r\\'l\Ul\I- LU.T
hvpthe advantage, of the fine markets Palatlu, St.John's Uiver E. F January 13. ATI : AE'" i1t'th'f
subscriber wishes to hire the CASE Of COXSUMPTiOK.There by year I 1 :
THE those (:'i i ies. In addition they bring to the business 1 1849. ly. : .
1st January nexf, three or tuur .if which wiMenible isseurctly 'a day j>..t? .j.but thereare with attuitl itjitn 1ttU fluii yr- '
an experience
good negro men to work in his steam saw mill in many years a number of casts 'of Luiauipaabll: r'orinJ as I, the gicasler iirt 01 Ill liii ". iLi, Lileu r
them to judge (better the menu of attending 'C
this place for which liberal wages for the year HOLUUiSU .\z ( O. cured l by the use of Lr.'1 ownsi-nd's >tR-purilla. I tlm.Lled taitLphlitLt ulJu.tLJ c.f j.. if
to the wants of those who visit the mild .
will be given. clim-ite of Florid i for the purposes'of healthor Estt ;. HOLMES & CO., have removed The following recent ly.riceivcd : tiring of 11t.tC'a.Jf. Lhli I.EtrIssiLg p-lh\Oji ..
JA*. B. COLE their stock of Merchandize to the large! DR. 'I'owySEND-J.egT' .Sir : For the Isst ind.,La,- 'ituvfUh Ink,. LLzt
D. (C. Fla. Dec 1 1849. pleasure. : three 1 have bun alhicttd Iraic lit lid. Ola. iiiiue )
Carey's Ferry tlj. THE INCREASING reputation which the climate Building formerly occupied by the United tah'so years iMlbgtlu-rnl ,. 1I..II.'IJ 1&jr:
of Florida in the estimation ot iII WU as the GovKrumeui Bull hug. They: debility and nervous C\iJ1sulI'Il ot the last aaidereie 1.( iniidznti t\'ti)tit ti tirffi"Futh

I BL"a filYOOD'M 'O.\ZI.'t the medical faculty possesses for the cure of consumption i.ive added to their stock, by the late arrival; stage,and did not expect to ever gain D.) health I 'tin s *iih lut littk,1 n' i ti. \.liL.-alr'

' i i and other diseases boa in.lucl' from New York uull.lSlurtlheutof Vry.Goods.. at all. After going through a course OtVfl.Cd.chic i. JMI ta.LinIliac ItttUtci jniii.Jrrn.
THE pulmon "
try Groceries, Hardware. Provisions. &c., &c: under the care of ome of the n.ost dibtiii- (didl.' 'l'Lt"II' u.thc nlio ccJlittot .:,
increase oftr.IYl"1 to thin State th :
"4 British Quarterly Reviews. during I '' iH"tJ the.;et.rt, t.i.d the j Lit LL bluuttmlrdi .
fall and winter months of those who seen the which they are prepared to sell at reduced gui& regular physicians iiiiii.bireol Iht'no.rtl tit '>" .
; .. OWiNG to the 1.ite revolutions and counterrevolutions prices. i of licitllh in Mew V q'k arid .elstvihtre, t !: II tiid.. ** .
relief afforded mil ler in
by a atnio'phene-ntad V
the nations of which and the most of Mie; hj '. bllJ the diej id'trf Atf
Europe Cottons spending in fjji'l
among view of this fact t subscribers h aye determin. They are now prepared purchase V 1 u.y eainings attempting
: have followed each other in such quick succes- (d HULllh'ir exertions, to merit the patron ;iI. 'de*, and other produce of the country,; at th* I to regain iiiy-healib..niid utter reading I n.uch twolli. \\t. .i LJ d. ic its u tla..hLt! CU.f

lion, and of which the end v not yet? the leading which shall be bestowed them shall ge be highest Market r.ites. I..dlU ike cash .ad VIIICU! I in some Palcl' of your SursHpnriila 1 rticl- LO1..tbLtdZ.raLi I.. G *iVLotduriMS. i 1 Jt; $l

periodicals,of Great Britain have become without regard to toil or upon on consignments to bl'ir.riuts. mmd S. v..lln..h1 1! 'ved to try it. Afler uslIisIx bottles ituhd .f Li.tiil p:ss1ipJiI: ., h L!{ .
invested with a degree of interest hitherto uuknown. BUFFiNGTON expense. & COX. : Charleston, or New \ ur.'. I doue we great good, a lid called to fete jou alt icir, uU''fld lu ti IL, "uJth., ,J.l1t.H1",

They occupy a middle ground be. Jacksonville. Oct.6. 184!9. tf They b ve .a new article of Wrought Iron I'I I your office ; with your :dvicel kept on., :.1It.l..o; I I !tlj.t l il.ii> Mitiiti t iv t.. 1111.' 'tltJnl i

tween the hasty disjointed, and necessarily iiu- [ which would most he.a-tily thauk 10r 1 r.llI.ht 1i1l t't"ljU'. Ita.it i*.'1 itmiJ.ehsiart
f: The Ch ,irleston Mercury ant 1 the Sa- L'loughs-to they respectfully .all'l I I I you 'our. uuvicc. JAIse.veru i '
perfect records of the new spapurs, and th2S..r t'|Ai.riHii.itiiolu.vebttu: L rt'tllil'. > tir. fcHK i tiilli._ : j j" c*Ib i.1)H.; M

and ponderous treatises to be furnishedi until forbid. copy Nov.: IS4G tf able to attend to nay u:u..l h.Loib 1&.1- Ilac h.1S1 V ti..blt n..diciu-i : iiu titulti li .u.G:I I. It

by the historian at u future day. Whoever 'four months, i.ml J'iiope (by the bf k\hl IHIJ 0.d ,,OI.C tht is HtUlff.'ut.t IUJ-'ll j

reads these periodicals obtains a correct and B.aw Ntilicc.JACKSONVILLE VVli1iII :t a' ... .o. and your b.rti. ji-riil iu ct..t l.Ul' u.)' Lenllh. t.li Ll'1ilILi HU II I. il,'\t alt: at; hilsiti i .
connected account of ail the important political August 21, 1849.'HAVING FOR SALE, b.-tw i-fii uillr'H:ID.II..il tin:i, It helped nte lityt.nd the e |.'. ,.:orilllhat Ce.n nt u j I.U:1'f.' u d LfcTi U.urn dti.u. .r- ..

t.: .. events of tie old world, as they occur, and left the Sute: for California.. I 1J.ul acres of L iid> situated in N"ass.-ir: : knew my cj se. UL\1LE:> XLJ .LY. ioUrittijCfltJly, '

f. luarns the various conclusions drawn from them transferred my business t" Col utility, partly ne 'r Na.-siu un.1 partlyueii'r >1..hry'f O .hnglo, Esta to.N J.Aug.llb4. ILLJAAi 1 ciL1lJL4LtI.V4k; VV

t by the leading spirits of the age. The Ameri- Samuel 1 Spencer who will, .ni conjunction with : :: Ui/ers.: being a portion 01 ih>< W term u I State of heir J'i s.y. Ese Count!: si.-C'lis.s. jrJIr

f; can Publishers therefore deem it proper to c11Ii' Mr. Biker, prosecute all unfinished business to ijfr.mt. The above is he.ivily ti.uber l pim tiuimby-bi'ingduiy Mtcru i.ccordii.gtq l'.w, (..nI ;.

renewed attention to the works they republish a close. I m I, conveniently situated ujion w..I..r.cuur ":. I I his oath sdrh. t that the tregoitast..t&nrratistrneaceurdiiigto rjfo.fluid or u.eiiidii.i Li i-jxtr, !'! (I. f Yd .'

and the very low prices at which they lire ol. Tae Militia claims in my charge will be at- with the except ion of about fi ye hun h"l..J'..CI'-, he bestoi his hisKiionletlge I ed which to M-j.rly) tcnn Ut tLc ,i init.tt

fered to subscribers. The following is their belief. V ,'HAS. yUlAiliY. .or saliva in dtciii f >fc g In cli tofftiiigtl iithecrgJLs
t I tendelto. by myself, in connection with Col- ofheivy hammock L n I upon the St. MaryViliver. : [I

.r. list, viz : : p.t'ocerLuuIJ Col.Charles. E. Sheniuh, of Washington The whole ,or any portion will b\ soIl I. Sworn. and subscribed'to before, me jit Or.uge, 01 digistitu. asrjaniht. tLb i irijtr"1'! f'

., .' THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW. I and every effort made by jointly to cheap for cash Apply 'to a i; llie2tI'Augutlb47.' y,US BAL'LU, j .-. ) h ) CMthil, titi uUJ.; .tlt. .
V I ] i ji.. : .J
.. THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, prosecute! tht"lu.tu a successful I. result. 1 haveuo WILLIAM His KMAN.. : : JU licel.'nhe l'eaceV V.! it-'Jt LAl\K J fcitin D a Lit LlC. >

authority to collect the money due on these Jacksonville, March 17 Ib49.. tfnr U'AI.1l\i1.l\1. ALJ ntJa, lO.lb4v:; : .

THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, claims, 'us have_ always preferred 10 have wh it* .- 'TWO CHILDREN 84 VED. .1I.lI.H1 : I LsA i tUb zf.iIt4 >

: THE WESTMINSTER' REViEW, ever money m iy be appropriated. pi iced in the V V <. itor's Nt,1fcc. ;:: Very: few...r'lIajlieti.iDtJ '-iu. factwe. Lave for: seva-hl./juis viiL tJitJtni'hf: !to'ti10lU'

AND hands of a local piy master. such as the parties .V' OTICE is hereby gi't'II'1U all person hay not. !be.ifd. of ou ,--th...!" used .. TDwixseiflars.ip..nihIai ::V .lh.lJdHI "itla Ut.J.IJU .1 pitt in., ) I

BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. interested may select, .after the act of.their re: 1 ing any deiamdAagiinst the E.t .iiTtiuicJost any childnuthe }mst on.jjttiiej ,txiHtif Lu JIlt 11:2 ud u |rlkJITCUUU .,

The above Periodicals are reprinted in New .lief. GREGORY YALE. ti. Pay ne, late of lliilsbonju county; suuiiner. \while}(hose'that! Uiii.nut.:sFckt-Led.and I I lo' all kitdt; t.J .a't d. aid Jtr U"

York immediately on their arrival by the lint August 28, t8.J!. .tfjt 1 leceaned. are rvqtcs.el! l 1(1) present' the $..flae luh died.. hi-certificate; we jul1iha below is ccu>.i (what uuld. ei.il Lj.\t. lui.! M i.Lit:in: j 0>
: elusive eviiluiceol its value, but u &u til jirluii (I. n tUuiiL. ltrhiiiI4
lersignetl i i 1.bout desi.y ; "1111.11'V redi- *. mid is only another ) :
ish steamers, in a beautiful clear type, ou flue fuiiiii.irnf.r'SIX ... instance usual l niMbiik Itit il Uu tiathitlad1cffttli.itieii1 ii
white and arw faithful copies of the origi- I ,N.I. (Ira, l..g .ttt5. and JHTSIUS ciitiiled to .hit tiViiuiiou .n iit> s..ying hat hat es chitdfcit : ? j '

Blackwood's p iper, Magazine being au exact fuc- months,!after d.atels pr sent my accoijutsand jire h-reby iioiitied that all cLinm,oj' In1'ow 'ENDJjtur .&ir:' J h.d.t""o Chill |; ll. 1'1 jhiM. l ..115 h-Cl\f .

mils simile of the Edinburgh edition. vouchers to the turn J Judge. "h.denr'n: lure ihynny be, nill be fuivv-r. I Irua uredb3 .'oui: :.i.tpanilhaa utiLe tiUII.u reuiaip1.iut ed. a.loui iu u s.iLpsii u. to trj. 'u.t J 3t: .,
I. In these periodicals Ire coutaiued the views I Probate for' Marion county' Ion .i final 1 settlement Burred, unless. they ball:: tat.prestiltl uiiniiiiwoyears ...iiddbeXit V ,&'$., vieVWa s, OJdy V OI.N'J rl ill,:, J 1.d'J 1) Hil'y ;ftldiitJt' J.fidinl'l"

: cle.irly.lIu.t ,nnd; apply,toridismurge as Administra from 11m i lie of the tirtlt publicMiiouiiereof : I out1isob1. !821(1 bi'. ''Il'r J ySi.trs. 'J hey 'l" ; Lut anti tiiig i-ttilj tvo.lcttUiuy

tsoderotely of the. three, though great p irties in firmly Esigi.and-ru expressed tor of the estate of Snuiiei E. Swillt-y, late. u*I ; and all persons iu.f leotel to Ib. e:;i.itr very much! luced'ah'd wei-xjuctotl thy: wtli.V ft iitd > jj.ttin iiMimi M u tl.t) I taifluttntii

,Whig and. Radic.il--..Bl.ickwood" and the Low des county, Georgia, decked.- are n-qucsted to couie forward and b. ttle. their. die;;: they"were givin up ''bu\U i'ej.CtL.f1pbysici.ia : .V i1s' ..rtniidi;: tLd! 1 ,u.1..J u n.ttl1i1iitOli

ry, the "E WAI. I). Dto .'lU, llllU'r. ,...ccbuu.s with .. "Wliti. the, )I\.Cl l'iui'\JII.MtJ.us thin. IVi.IiidVtLje bt it, to tlm" Tiio'*,\.).
"London Quarterly7 are Tory ; liuburgh V t *
Marion Co.: 4 Ib4y. DARLING s e iI t.l l 1b f-f t rvuved i.fl.ictid t.s 1:i li\e Lttii.. 'itu. t.
h Review" Whig and the "Westminster Review"Liberal. August tsJaICkSGZIVII1CECAU1JU .JOJ1N : t't'f to. ,try yuu : VV
; .Curator Jl..d he.ai'4 I'seiiut1r l VV' \ \ : t.z J.'lq
the s'lp..r.dln'
The "North British i J eview1' owis j its of Personal Estale;$-e. w !I, oftJq Ju.tl :
: the last .... .,." T.tmpn Fl.i-5: Oc., 13. Ib4j. 1i.1i ; .c tafince rude iivkg 'so IIi,..ch tu1YaaVCiLISCdV :.. h.-B.: Pr.rchf "'." L16t .l.tL. t' JiurUtJ..
tihment to ecclesiasticalmovement ;
r. .t.bl in cotL.a I and great is not. ultra iu its (.I'!U& ( ommitteeof Direct ion have: adopted V '- .th'.it is wor.hlisfs: but ,we i."re Very < iMlitLuK-: tat Itul (iviliidvll .JJ'dLt., j

the folio wing regulaiioii. Adiuinifrhlarlofir... '(hutiktul 1 l.'t tha 'weiliil, I tor undoubtedly. ,sj.\td" m-itu i' Nipi.j.tvn 01 Ki i t"Jo pfl11
views on tiny one of thegr.md depirtuieuisothuman t. The'scbolistic *'is to consist of four ,OIX.mouths j ilte.Uvt'so Ibis I,rii:"]J. 1 ,fi:cc. lifc 1 vlm.tUM.t
knowledge it'was originally edited by terms nter d.ai'. iVh.iii! j/rt-sent: my ucO I 3k'tl4'V} I write that. !. oibqs mu;' ,. ,JL3l47 .
; of ele!. u ,weeks e.ch.Orthography. Counts ahd.vouchm as-\iluiiuisfr.: 1 ;beinduce.d' !,to use.it. '. ourittcjcttfully, ,' V K:1.J".1c1nEo.b; : h.ht./utTn; I 1
and since lIis.I".atl i is
Dr4 Chalmers now, "
: conducted ,.reading, writing and arithmetic he ; \ &'soi.s. 132 wthFebrujry A' .f, ti d4t 3.LIh4141I.1II11*
his son-in-law Dr. associated Estate: Of Rinuou'J S..lJchl'; dfve.t>eil, to the :- JOltf") WIL"lr.: I '

t : With Sir by David .Bre* t!J,. It ILmnu* Ht'r'ry'.ch.arur, I per term. 400. !'J'lie. above' with English" ilbiior7ibleJudjte. | ofl'rol'.itv <>t >t; Joins'county I. I ,',My,rtli! .-. ur,.\Brdokl)'iij;' t_"i 5, 1 V47.. V ;. III ice, iigist, .IVIIlji1' ;, JH )i.1& cCUidJu.I'aJ

I r/.i.or..tb. very bigb'ltol'tier. .:TueW *t L.. grammar nud.Geography' per term' $..UU. :TIiabovuwitbLhaihigh.rar.anch for afinal 1 settleimut! ut'tid .Estt-, ," l 111J : LWA7'1CASYLUM. V : ; J' )j. telt'; (A .Jr hP1'

s: ot_'uu Engtl l. LhII...at the same time', Diauission & coISl i1atiitt-.lt.Iat.4 1tiijlCIITI
minster, though reprinted uudei.tta.a'dtle only' .etJuCl t lon, UI r.cl g. Ig b ",4 ll1et ryH4Jr : i.s'such Ailmiiiis. James! i umiiiiu<:8, alF one ot the Assistants I 1'earl.l. Mba.uiy ; .{ .1 xtbL.u! ur4
r.t' which .
.Ij'oi :
the I .IIIC :
in under title
i {. published England of rbe .natural, mental. and limriil 1 Philospby interested lit the Luiiuiij; AJ >M.IU, Lt..ck\\l'1r; tIa1 .iu.'r>ihr .11trlcl: lJo\1 f ti'iluI ? .
Botauyr -! ns in.s.iid Estate Ue:: 4tf
) are frt-ii !
"Foreign Quarterly union ot and the two Westminster Reviews, :lit being 5.leiaaisc!fY,j !lgy;f A Uff renomy Rh.tloril'.Lt'g1Arad ; ;; iioiiceAlAUitlCE' ,S.vKCliEZ:; VV uake ,g-,.'ieiiiuiVBiib.it 11.i.rr, k'vti'of. i n t h\r.foH low i iiig)".,'I irtt cirt V -:, ji4iicipaI.: Lncists.gid: !. J.tUniJshit.{
in fact A uud. Evi4eaaaes ul Chr4btiaziiayper; Irma, $ciutachiianter liiiinislrator: ; HHEI1Ui1' ,i JllF'. '' V fi" '.,rt1J.J! lut: ; w.!!h! .tt.tu..I! d'It'_'
aul .
v .
reprinted r titles.
; published eper.tte E to be xTliisIs only ou'C'-br''more'th..ii thiVVniVJ 3..lJr.J J
paid I the'Lresurer iii.ui St. '40. four luqusudMii "A.
Augustine August : ,
!; 1.8 bJ tmvI
H bus therefore, the advantage by thibcoinbination : V ,
Q "U ; : ,
yauce .Jotbe .Ji ) l h.f fi,:iuaauztpA1. s baa : Ja..tUn"JurJ.Jq:
I ; uniting in one work the best f Iiw
; r both is heretofore issued. ,n E' 1\thVJ3Oflk: 1 : : : V ,t4V. .. iI':
t; tures lion of an experienced tests Je teachvr. :;hrunic: I _G.ISIS ijti:. weekly' yradicutfU! .f l)y Ubex.. .
I f 'Four copies of any or all the a';ove, 'works I'rtivision h.s' beekii:made .;for instruction it' fU3TRee Yed.I'hd for .ale:) y't4.; 'subaicri-. 1'IU1"III.r.n'aU'.b( : V ?rj /, T-V. : !a. V &J. oi7 V: \ ,- f4$
I :. .iIJ}I) be lr lU Address oupiymeut of the re iLl .ber- -I V n 'ifeJiBliAOkUtXi."klsiJAND.'Stnt-i4. .
Li.in. Ltf ; .
restehP..ititiiaganl .$UTi '
; 184l
ular lubscription 'tor" three-ihe .t ujih'rcbjiy Drawing, .and Muf ::.TH 1tTERor.: ,V LArPHAIft: )>J ; : TtiKLCltIIEIV1m( .. Jtd :
\ ?. .rwhi'chaddijtionIcliirge I ; wiU beui.idf.: : '. l1J l O"t.;t.1dUJ'N.r! :.,1hat; \( uflarci(I' .1
Tale .
1 l' being.gratis. The. first term com.ueucea.ou\the 'th olOo-v- .i: tflfaPaftfafo'-J V ..'i' 1 nfol\ tZuje I.; rnibIy ,fur'.)H.u :, ts.iwiah. ;tbiihtnnann.. IV :1. JIJ I lyt.I udfetiA.et. I'J, .r. lt.J,
1J1 TEBMSL- '" 1 V ,Pf iiv 50 ents, : ': &: ) ("tLivu ,.bll."b old 1AJa.IiID
;oiuiuv raoie : QU1dV1lt
'?i* yotr: V .THE',RAID) t.W/U;) JEt. 2G ft ''1 yi/j Hu. ;4}\ ; e4t.1ec:IV :HOUMlnd .i jjj i w)'pi'1Q.\rd -
,; For aD1.o'ge of the four R.'viewg '.s ,oo per a'ui' A pv! i ious: for:admission are. {be made 1- cen ? fcfcwwkji.haUillieUu&\. 1 pltiJ tii '-I", l hm.lr1i l
It q' Foyny.twp .uo.t .JC to'Z.:. heLoiumiUeevl'Directtoii.. . . V ?.. :'THE 'FATAL,,,EllUpRi; / vBy rinylimbsi, evptijriiUlylswolkii. : ;i''i.liuve useil'V :.II 1*y, w:.t'lti?jO' .ll n 2e hiw!. .
: '' .1'f. \ .the Cohntvss.lor: t'liie .iu (< ; 2s.f'e hi.ll' < urtitIL.uu; ih.ht rfo jhius will!!! to_
do. 7.00 ,: : ,CQ.MI1ITI1i DIR V. >s iu; urbp lw'ot y6ui' rijariJlauudrthiTbaitone } ; 3 spared .
For three l : :
any '. ,- pr CJION."J. \ THE PltA1RtI'UUlbE :! 1 &t'(,t beir'cou.ltrti i : cou-u Jiot*gtittle S'j-
I ypadlfuur'olIbO1tQTieWsr lt : M. : V tiic'iiture IJIIIVUZW "iliouWu t tJulli'liJwortL] '
: 8,00 '
I ro :B( ck"Ofl'f, ajjne, t 3,00-" '", '. :' ;'": r; :j'JQLr ;,: :. V A,'Tale THE of He MtoMn< i-JI rar.S'&ns. V; !> 'jfjjjowlikn! : riwrmuch' 'better' '? Ijjtt r 1: jjJ I tclaaa" ,to' ; .f al .tJ!VVLyq.7l3ofLts .
J YLlULNOt'\TlIP.' \l1f ct *.
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1. .
I ..or-BLtckOoJ 110,1 three Reviews ::9,00 v : .AiM.IUUV. ., V ,}aremt: hibcrt7t&, IS LV trl"li
\ .
Romance fa
oft last Itevotutitat in J t .Lupiy. hmukIo \J.
ittif ilL
. f tBack"ooJ; antI fu r Kvi _w&.1OOO, "; '!' TREASURES. : .. ? rw.-25ctgOUDIALSj : h'ist' \ti".b euciit,l.Uiftiialicud;, j{ .'tit;; ; Ii : :> _'4 .r. !JW1't.JUtn1"
.ne" iV : 't :i'{ jf ". tt ij'j&W.1 '
ART V 1'l > \ () n f l pe t J.11ijrAM& (:U I Q t
'f' Pap' ts t.bt f4Il Ji otL the: 1 1l4M "'"' fI f .::1 I' ,' J ion'11ttSep.-I. lts4; ,j ; $. > 4: ek. n, iltl'; .P..l' 1 ,
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< i ; 1 '. ',. &e- \tr. 1til1u' I- '.eThat .p 'r !IJ e ('tJ riitparU1 lsfaeiLtii ) ;r- V '' .. _
: mitt ncfi and dnnrinicntiqnsfvKoulilb I l : i ; ; : 'J.,Cirracao. : f: '
?k9mluksurix3 roIc&. ? '" "' t "" I y' ed t01"l nt e : :_, .i fJ.'t! .
V tAbo.\nth ; 1'1. ; : f .n1 &ompJ 'ls V1
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&be >u1 U heni. C. <* SJ l my et ; 4'ie t rved : I. 'g. !i:} ) ., rpHEBOOKa, orsulicriptios fit tAtriiine 1Jt( .1

1 M'UOyARp-.SCOTr ,k'CO.: ,., Cl: J18' I ',YQqch:8 t9..thu Hon.Judg4 01, ;Ifli D 'blStel".i1J cilseiL ; J.'CbnfSoHb'ell, ;: :'' 4 ?vyeiik"i nil l tlebUituted fepialt'slthat: were JTOSruttd ..",... .blOCk OttbeAthJU4ticau4QUfjt4Viahyill'
\ i .b.at.ofIC! !umbiacounty; 't ton' }. .i>" .; 'q""J'1c''1 '. -\ .by tliobehdiatiVsesfty) \which t teiuulfs: are om be i1d } C'""
: 'ltfi: :;: FutJsrfcTaKKT.Kew York,.. a final l Hl"ttl'i'1 ..C9rnt'JlIy,., ackteZijy. .a.ucJl V\.'. .O D u .
'. : "J 4. .Etrai ce' -qol"Id atl. ":-1 I .aent1tiid.i,! !aditI&frg'trina! {th l rIJ id., -. steIfiued:.Liquorice, ,;"It..r.L'.1 l" '.,.;"j. !;1 >*ubjcbiner Voo&iin fue1.!36ynicnt.
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L : EOn.TEn.AND90TC:' ; -. .tF' /'Ie. ..e.t. 1 hJrJ} J II1 1- < !' yrk\; <.:t"r. I" 'V H? .\'. :f! 1i' & C oo f S4t'23i 1847, hreduced ,pept euis1 *teU;utid'' 11L b ,"ont1 ""f
t' .rQT W:1p; i1rM JI .G V iL tOspNp..De4t SIr :3Jy 'wilchasfc iewDul '
1.ONDON ..litRfltW.F1TCflTT :, :rtb&1ti until l1ock i tsktu "
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