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 16, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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( 1Yertbem ts must be paid.(fort rore in- be unusual.success of our Planters in.both'' '1 We alluded briefly: yesterclay' Vhose l parts' the very essence ofjtheiwhole ;di 8utey; is.; the. .l.ue wcn tm. .l.1UfiNil.-.Ct.-r;' ..te.i.\1i
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, TAU by a regulai"customer.. By>eferrin8mitted : flie'quality andrice'of this greatitapletiuring -, 'bf" Mr C A'T'S argument which 'called for least consUtutJonal t .po1erofCongreu tolegislate on th'4Iouse. ; It gTe the Vtwltes bec.thToiftbaoneIahothe SSz S "f: ", 4' ?,
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, .tertion. the season has directed general alien- the question of slarery. Andon,4this > .
'maybe ertainbd past : e'ramidatian.! happened be'jthe ,last in the requilite'sum ,. jlhey : I. 1 wlhat ithas -Yed n tiii t.zi.
\ i to OAr urms IdErment., :. 'tion to this drop ,and %e undettahd that a the order of bjs discussion. We.return 'now hang the'aeasion.of; the point whether.'the : formed -

land cra with the t'tDarkedith; the'number, large crop will be planted in this. r.'Ttie' to?the'really momentous practical r-ti iuestlons ein1 Mexican. laXabrogating slavery of any:,force and adopted" expiresaly to secure the'WcssingsorUberty .
: It thepeopfc.of ih,'Uiitiii6
1fT:: Ad"tt ment. dillforbi1 principal i tobacco districts Florida 3 raced: ,in;:his first resolutions, and't the brrcs-: :now.- seems- beyond question that] all laws States and '

of1nsertiefl requre&wiIl continued. sreGadsden County,;:in Middle Florida, and, pouding porfiona of, his speech. \ 'JW ceded tastrzct,;whichz t/would: bevbeyon4 tbroerfty reliere, therefow'th' ifaelf frtia PeaerVarGoTerament'ouffhtU .aW
Marion: County in EagtFlorida., We are not the competency of the government.;taking;the "
and charged for. circiimstaftces contributed tofgive to fbis t lisUn'Ujrdit\e sttii} <
i Mdn'y" 'or rco tiiA'pflaverfcr
: cession to euact be
dollars will be' bargf"d. for all l JmenuofcanJid tnounee aware&owdver that thfere is dny difficulty in ; must consideredabrogated'!
jjXFive '. : 'effortof thegreat.Kentuckianan ftxtratirdinxry by the.very fact cession. .'But all- ttre''s1\te'tr&di irhereVer>if hat
this in of tbis Mr. -
*tesforolhce. .. $toduciog crop any portion Florida. interest,'His and feeb1enes %.is renown xis. fl the lluitlcJn thoS '
age Clay' eludes pr'ovei e bJtSfandouiEcnAtoTE1n'
have been raise in the .
.Several except petfyew: !of
bo experimental -
"SIO crops t1 1t1j : !
Ones.iuare.forS.xMoftihB. : 4 Isolation; "fr the party which haas'o'ruled thepowersorthe .C'ri' :at 'hm 'rn "
and Creditor. t. -": '7 00 rithts( county.. St. JdHhs, and'witbg09d't- s 1ts. with.(he.air And thenutnoritv kim.bzssuppoedrinfimshnt .. government A landowner, .U: ted lail ur th" Is've .; t
Notice to Debtors 'In 1847j the :eur* Weademan, a .few nulesFrom ;< of the ioticedaboye, hs.hies'Hot approached the liisvcussiqnvoftlfe .. -:.\ "... L ., ...-. .
: of all hope, 1taoflawstat'1tIefiidualy use web' 't. ,
of Admtntstratlon 5 >00 Federal "401 Ufi, if '
for letters : this I authority of the Govern. ''
in wet
Application City raised a very season. nearly '
liitfering Minor whreh'had beenlhY '
alluditg and &reterptt'
will beiriserfcfl gratui- toent under.theCon; tution
ITJ AU religious notices 800 ibs., from alba1f'acre,-whIch was of good : aW.deceitttilmirageMkis lifers! .joUJ' jpi*. a.:_ :.t_..:._ 11'.III :_.:.:": '. ::.,The_ topic... of the end toheslave, tiidii, the Disr, rt"cf. (.ltr* -
?, ;.- quality And waVisold by,them for twelve and,a -1t these circumstances.invesFcd a strange ,: ::u J)YL. FWWtliQeier. tui to-oor-' bi3;: : :- --- ;:;:-: :-{:- -:- :. :

custy.ar communicaixjns must be dressed, tl> half cents personnel, and which would & '!-] rci1r.2lieT4r3t. r1'i fJ 'Ot"iii ; :, ',.
: All P' i'charm this effort', probably his last; to play a'master cijJteiJ by a .,. nhM 6.. .. ., ; S .r-
uiiftiices have sold at tniHy cents pbutfd I. .1
. AUGUSTUS C. GILLKTT. P0 *ff* paL per '- p.-Vrt'itUhe,affairs of men. Add the imposing -. t. .n oIi. 'Raoiredj; : Wit t hI.Id. hon ''E'd" .
pewoaal communickubns.Wilffed and be worth trrer Lye hundred dollars, to th,j 'rhe1LussInuconspjrcy.TheTribitt: e te i t
rj AlladlUwable r; greatness and imminent dngerof the by the Gv rn'sMssge ; .Da the 'eiclu
acre. It is networth; while for our Planters uf. translate'the,following
involved 'and the interest of
be. ). ii ad vertisf!nen Tiew'of resent 'questions tumultuouspa tipns theLegislatures'of rarieusof the'holdingStates 1a '
tb thewatten. '
t U AM bills for Job Printing. must be pTild cie1icr1 the th' > prices torn : sio 1s, ;:people of the North andtheVouthisurgihgbadly ; ; ting concerning the Russian conspiracy. .. andsby fhe"RcpreseatatiTa-of: :
tion'to this
., 01 l the work.THOMAS. We have crop.mUch pleasure.hi being' able. to&Jay. i j on this abyss, and uVely. -O0_ which has jasc been, frustrateQ. : r | such States.' in Congresa .*to extend acm iitl ic'" alJ
, man could,everhope for i grander ocasionj'or' 4 I I Ter1.o't'trthetemtory acquired b1&hebt treaty .
: It that
.11 the
--- before bur readers the following statemenfcbjf appears plaa conspiracy was I
viiriousana adjunct's to 'his of with wsYeef
AN 1) 1 .E 11 -more powerful own pe ce ihe'Kepubllcfof Meiicoi; I
the tobacco market at New York' fojj $hi3); ; mere faculty of meeting :and mastering it: ,for mod by avery young man, Nicholas Kasch-.' bound to :oppose, by 'constitutional 'tteapstand

It DUApEtL AND T A < 1.0 R.THE 1849, and:we.ndvjse ,the reservation of it rocfuturereference. kin ,1"ho'hrs the.ti tl of holforary councilor rejcognriftig bf C6n ;
Iio But Mr. 01 has not equalled opportunity theconstitatimulpow!
We ire i indebted to the'NXfr iy ii.s" IbeJist of condemned. .Betr Jed by-one of the' *
SUBCRIBER having determined to ; much less overpowered the difficulties ot; :numferqus> iat gress tb.prphibit, by p tifelenactmen0he -
York for this ) arekept '
ior Express report. formersj large num.
r :. up his permanent residence in Jacksonville his subject.. 'Op many of the points his jTord.sT, ben by the'Russian'Police, whenever tension'of slaVeryjnto free terri pry/onr Sen*.

. returns thanks to his fellow-cititens YEARLY REPORT OF THE TOBACCO are writ in wati-r. They.leavt- no deep. impres-'' :anY.l 9Se inteetioni Kaschkine was arrested suspects, tors in Congl-e-ss are hereby Instrdcted,knd our; .

,for the unexpected encourgement which 'nas sipn. save. what is personal himsVlf.l He does, thvett>.ken tp (e Cablet of the Czar, .who re- Representativeai' < requesteM;fo use th'stTfforts -
II and MARKET. vitals'drthe' to.insert such i positive"prohfbition into .
bestowed him assures fasten the
'hitherto been upon not deeply upon question' ce v'i biuiiviLhanuexpet4; kindness and '
1. them that in future he will spare no exertion During past year prices have bee well itself;; but evades the facts,.or giJes a inertly ffabiJity.d any law they inay.pa&rfdr the, goternment3". "' ftheterritory l

I., to merit a continuance of their patronage. Believing tnaintaned. and at thVclose there was -markcli, specious ;array of such us suited bis purpose... '' Vuti re'YOung,MKnsehkine: {: and have in question. .' ""j.'

. that his reputation has, been'well established improvement in prices notic ble. This owing Even in matters personal, Mr.: Ciy ,has sometimes -: another tcuse'still bter,5'. said the magnanimous you .. Adopted b iyes,1bufos; 20'. ;. .

' in St. Augustine and this place, as a Sft- principrilly to tbe.reducpdstock and the attire "overstepped. the modesty'Ort ,lture..aDd Emperor. *uUna fr color of"politics 3.. olrThatbi- s4tbe 1'8 iitf, Congr

: pcrior cutter and maker, he begs leave to'represent demand in the European market. The crop thus voIuntari1y'cheipeuel one of 1i uiost'pre--' have wished, as I coojecture, satisfy the, ,you desire instructed tessthri and our,Representatives''Veqties

. to all who might be disposed to favor of Virginia and North Carolin-i was hardly an cious atlv utes. In the very outset of'hi&; _of vengeance, excited: by what considerthe ted, lyandWthiutfi st t, th'elr

him with their custom, he is able to furnish average,0iii: say'some QOOO, hhds., and owingto I speech he affirms that he has spefit\ much time'in unjust condemnation of'your,father.you ,The ability,and by such positive" l gIsIationisriiIy-:

IIt IIm garments of any kind of HMcut and finish equrlto the increased demand for manufactured: Virginia -. prayer ou the. subject. Now,it is_ impossible 1? power which reuiifas'himin, Siberia annot ,be tie necessary, the extension of httosan''"alatery .

any that can be procured in Savannah orCharleston. ; it will require full 25,000 'to meet the considering the man us he is and has been all:: legitimate the eye'ef a'good son, :and I'com. over the jansiiictioa of Texas.,- or. any. part.'uTNerMe : '

, wants of the manufacturers ,there; living 17.-: life, to stifle altogether a"sense of the burlesque) preheud the imprudent anger which has placed ico. : $
Having taken the shop formerly ''occupied as 000 hhds. for the remaining States And Europe. and the absurd iu connection with.suchu dt'C- YOU in my'bands. >Buz I shall not abuse the .Adopted,bV ay es'tojnoes 34. ., .

1 the Post Office, he is now ready tfffrxecute with It is the gener l:belief that pricesfor: Kentucky laration. "Theseiprayers of Mr. Cl.iy remindus lerrible power which IJiave overyou and if ji XesoHa,, ThatVe' haVe letfifned vtltltmxsatisfaction

1w.. promptitude all orders that may'be entrustedto afid Virginia tobacco will advance' still higher of those curious efforts at piety in the tragic your repentance shall suggest to confessions that the people".California :iaveadopted

him. All garments are warranted to fit. before the spring trade is overv Holders. part Sheridan's Critic. which you a constitution which is entirely" aiI
w.D may-justify jfep.absolute if
THOMAS ANDREU. firm. The better in cordance with the spirit of the (institutions
present are very feeling The orator next proceeds to disavow all personal you willdisclose the of the
L'. Jacksonville, Nov. 10th 1849. 6m Kentucky leaf.has not tfeen owing to a short motives, atid to repudiate. all hopes ;nd the names of.your accomplices devils everything conspiracy; of our country and o:Senators' -in .Corigresl* ..

t --. -- ,- crop; as it is estimated that the receipts iu N. Schemes of ambition,,and this he.does iu a.variety be forgottenyour future may are hereby.instructed, and our epresentative4
ROB E B T BAKE., Orleans 1850 will fall far short of CO- prospects shall not requested 'aid,in the passage of "such"'J 1rs '
- : J.I, JOE c not ,-I I of forms, and_ 'with great. .apparent. earnest-. be compromised. your liherty.. shall be_ restored. :-r.
Jncktonrille EN F., 000 hhds.; ngainst-52,000 1849, and, :OOOO, 'ness. But h'he destroys it all by sliping in to you,-and so"'rth." u u -------- .maybeneccssarytoadmivtha. ttejn4gtiUnion. '
:in 1S43. It is that OOOo' hhds. the the .if wishes which : \. .. 1-J" S ."
. thought proviso, my prevail ; "Sir," interrupted M. Kaschkine "do not : 55 4 V S
, COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for Alabama, .produce of the States Kentucky and Missouri, .lainly means that he will run for the Presidency further and above all go ;Adoptcabjys82noes'L. .t' h:4" :{
auy correct mistake.No .
S-ulh Carolina North will be amply sufficient to meet the demand.Counectic'it if he-is nominated. We do not blame desire of has your 5.; BesohetL.'That the.peo1 olJiii! stateardesirous
Georgia vengeance inspired me with the
iniolate the FcdraiUni
, Pennsylvania Ohio seed leaf aim for still the and
breatiug ruling passion of .
I bought bringing dominion
I your. to an end.-
Carolina and Virginia. I were scarceiluring the whole year. The b.il- still! cliugiftg to the inextinguishable hope; butt In our,family condeianation that.they wit trenusy oppe all .tteapta .
.II et father
": Jan. 1 16 0. 1y. I ance ofthC'old crop is now in the hands of was not wise on 'Such oec.tsion to ask fora is regarded us a title of honor; For my from whatever. pretence they may emanate,,.or'
It : myself, 1 under Whatever
'source /
they be .
faith the others which he refused may to
speculators. on tofstow.
pint do not feel that I can add
K.EN OltICKATTORNEY anything to the glory
II. D. effect its dissolution. .
and Ohio tobAcco has. during the himself his disavowals. Hemight
Maryland ) upon own with which it has crowned oar.name unless. '
It..f last year been bought more freely for home hLvcquietly left us to oar own opinions should be able to do Adopted unanimously.1 ,__ ._ ..
something the annihilation .
V use than ever be-fore The high rates demanded both of his, evoutnlSS. and disinterestedness of .Hoe and of Let the reader look through,thIISerI of re -
t your your degrading authority. '
ANDCounsellor for common Kentucky smoking tobacco ', iud his speech would have been the better for ." olutions sanctioning all ,the leadiag poia i of

!! at Lkw. 'having forced'ur manufactures to take it us an forbearance. But enough of this merely 'introductory There the Abolitron"" 'a doctrine and admitticg, no! pos$. ; .
werewitnesses .
f to1eran the sIiht. ._ II
dKwM* bility otcompilthiseno e4
the latter.
equivalent matter. '
!rt WILL: practice in the several Courts of the The new crop of Florida leaf has been Targe Mr. Clay's ni st subject is the admissio nof Cal cried out in real or affected' horror. The- Em. !st conceSuon? "wl p 1iirp1 g". .

t. Circuit, and iu the Counties and of a fair quality; in,consequence of whkh ifornia.His'resolution affirm*that"with sutiable eroralonepsedbis il4mad tang.froid. Tfafs.r ing the,State.to maintain,the Uwba against. al
i1w Hillsborough and Benton.' o\ he Southern." .Us. .? prices have slightly R ded. boundaries'7 a" should beicIu tted. What these yOung a hospital nun : that, he he'said.requires."lt is not a prisonbut comers -rthat.is, in plain wprd3.resplving .

cuit of Florida. The last crop of Cuba leaf having almost entirelyfailed suitable boundaries are, is left to ,become n& It; is in fact mad-house carry aggression ,to every ,extremet jud meet;
1t a to which Kasch'
Tampa Bay, October 2Sth 1849.-nov.17. have advanced strife that the admission every attempt at resistance with ths.argurnentof
,prices twenty per fruitful madmen.thank
. cent. The stock at the-close this year is smaller itself. And in his speech bedoes not even armies and navies-let hint take in, :waeaj: :
,; CHAR I. CM P. COOPER, ; God, the race is not lost in Russia. It has long, all these resolves in one .view,.and ask .himself
than before.
allude that and indeed evades
to milter
14' ATTORNEYAND Ynra-leaf been in demand and during the every i I been perpetuated; and we even find 'it as fur whan chance there is of honorably adjusting a i
in whole
j? 'good substantial ground of controversy back as 1825, ut the date of the to < .
,,1.jt the year the quotations were'W II suppor question. He sees nothing, bat that the people which Mouranieff has given his name.conspiracy. dispute of settlement with:such men be _! Where Whatfiahcanthere can the begin Ii

",ienn II II or at I. aft". or'; (in,) California, have by some means adopted It is known that in defiance of the ing .made1 ,
.- MV ted.St..Domingo has met with prompter sales than constitution and ask to be admitted into the iJ- ,L. __.' .. .imperial be, what permanence, in any -- !

:ttt flING' resumed his profession, wiU devote for some years 0 wiug to the scarcity Spanish niou. They have eternally interdicted slavery, statutes death, it wiucn was pronounced nat aoousneU against the punishment several the of' with them? Do they do not glory in the' expression .
it ezcJttsivtJy to its practice,throughout seed leaf.Dining and this. he thinks should sitisfv the North. I conspirators and by refinement of hatred, they not manifestly pledge
9 f a
cruelty threatuind.
an the Union treatit
1 to'<. the EastlJrn Circuit of Florida. the lat six months: the stock of because it gives them in effect all they ask ; infamous punishment 'chosen themselves as a
, was for them and
a.'f Jd'sdn 1Ie'.Fl Nov. 10th, 1S49.XPCV ufactured tobacco has been exceedingly man-I and it should satisty the South, because the interdiction one contrary to the national usages.Those, who as the and instrument by their which hostility they are!by to exemplify tiraoppressive' -
illustrate .
" : and prices have consequently improved was not pronounced by Congress but were put to death were hung. .
a.: : .
.. Sf.futntgsJ: at ?LaW. during the whole ye1.fr.The that these constitution-makers were not a people sian-the, one a philosopher; and skeptic the :, ,-

.k..illr Flii. following is the total amount 6f the se- -a community, in unYi roper sense of the other a believer and tinctured with ,the mysti. A GHOST STORY.-Had we met*the.'following

Jz gars imported ueriag the year: term'; that they had no legitimate authoritiesover cism of which the Emperor Alexander iu Salem (Mass.) paper-of .ntUl1;'or .

: Mille. Qr. Bxs. tge. Bx*. them ; thai they had: no boundary and some specimens gave in the New York Tribune; 'or'even. in paper
in several Courts in the more or less in earnest-arriving -
WILL practice the Havana 12,457 83.591 473 civil to for in Rochester N. the region' of-the .
City consequently no right act together the printed Y4
stern Cir it-of'Floridai. in the U. together at place of punishment were -t
till ; 'Other parts of the Is. 1,688 1,546 89 permanent government ; that. they had uo ftiw of I the mysterieros knocking,we should not h T'been
S District) Court. Northern District-cf Florida; ,-r hoisting together at fatal post. The execu-
citizenship fixing the term residence for voters so much8Urpfled. But to:find such a production \
'tlie Supreme Court at Tallahassee and prose- tioner, who was new to his task, had made bad '
; 562 that into civil in Baltimore ] whose publisherswe
'cute claims before Congress and the Departments 14,144 85,137 they were organized a quasi community prep.tr:tions. The two ropes broke almost at Clipper, '
ofGovernment at \V Total, 44,358; by un officer of the.army without authority the same moment. ,. knew to ho sane men, waswwhat we were not

; L Jos. McRoBERT hingtoa.SPENCER. Domestic segars were inactive ; request and of law ; that they were called into Conventionand tJI)___-d country?" cried ont 'the German prepared for. We give it',that, our readers insy
.41 Jan. C.'49. prices well supported. the qualification of voters fixed;.by his proclamation Pestil, "they dont even know.how> toh"aDgl"- see the ridiculous means" employed to. excite the

:_ :-- _ _-.ly-- _ Annexed are the prices, and stock at the close ; that they were cajoled and threatened '"ThankGodP gravelr responded .the mystic prejudices of all classes of ''people, againsttheSouth

P II IMP FKAMER. of the year: into submission by assurances of Executive Rylieff, "I shall die twice for our holy cause.", and tier cause. '? '
Stock en hand. Prices. Agents, that Congress could not give them The tale is thus unfolded in. the 'l letter; of.m .
* all
< Y By we know of these heroic victims
.L ( 1l
Jan 1. Jan. 1. that their Correo J dent. :
government, only hope was to make -and. we know scarce one in-a hundred -we Washington -
itIt AND .. Kentucky;"i-rgilJi.1 & N.C. hhds. 4,460 5 @ 10 one for themselves and that if they acceded cac.judge t noble souls whntiofty intellects, It is well known tbatMr.Calh: tm'.iJ still-in .

Itu CounatllocJACKSONVILLE.at iLD Mar/laud ami Ohio hhds. 394 3>4'.ill) : they thereby secured the favor and utmost support what sublime devotion;have, perished under the I! feeble health.' It is said that' recently having ,'

Fit, Connecticut seed leuf, cases. 200 bPennsylvania (24 : .of the Administration, and finally that fatal yoke of Muskovite despotism.. ,For the been.engaged. in writing't' the subject.of slavery .

' I attend business seed leaf.cases. 400 _10) (a101 the above officer of the urmy'presided over the unknown, as well as those whose names have he felt weary. ,'and...leaning his head upon the

WILL to to any him professional in the Courts of theE Florida seed leaf, cases.. 703 1- (?a)jO Convention_thus, irregularly: togetherthese come to'wJ rescued by chance from the oblivion 'table he fell": asleep. :In a dreanv:he thought

Havana bales 4&620 5U facts, we embodying the merits of thatheheardthreetaps5atbiidoorwhiChWopened .
say into which
Coirrrs they were .thiowDf.letlus
istern Circuit and the ; preserve
.r llah.LS&e. He, has alsn Supreme such an advantageusconnect.iouwith Cuba do. 929 I5o25( the whole question and calling tso'loudly for!the the reverence which is their. ust.due., Every and. seemed' that some person entereU
Yara do. -. condemnation of u people who profess to ,hold and took seat beside him.and} :addressed him
day (the truth
Washington us nssuru&ce o
able at long
an Lawyer ,
: St. Domingo do. 800 10 @14 Uws as the foundation of all true ,social orderand in !the 'following : language:' 'Senator.from
City:; j till\ eteure a prompt iud sptedr ,ago presaged,and declared that, die pr suffer ale JMr.Calhoan .
collection: cfsuch claims as may be placed'in It will be seen by the foregoing quotations. all desirable liberty, are till passed over by for thelibertyofone people,.is to die or. suffer South Carolina, of what you Writing iWheu
his bands against: theUnited States. that Florida tobacco brings 'highest price ot Mr Clay us if they had BO. existenceor.no.;import .for that .of the whole world.. I pointed to writtenpaper.'
8 tt& 11-19. ty auy in the market. In view of the abundant lieucc this part of his discourse is utterly _' la the'via.examined It.he againaddmzedhimsaying ; ,

pt. crops and high prices of her three great staples, worthless, and' does trot touch the real :is- '," ,'Senator of scUth.' if yon'contiriue

CHARLES DfiWAAL cotton, sugar and tobacco, Florida present sue. v Mr. Clingraa&in his speech,' the: other day to urge thia subject,:yea>will cause d1a'diSaol
The next resolutions declare that slavery said f U f tion of the Union.", Mr.Calhouaj turning tc-
1, great temptations to agricultural enterprisethe .
A II C 'I' ION E 'J R.JA.CKSONYILLE. lands are new.and cheap, her facilities to does Ot exist and is not likely introduced %1 was t iSurpriswIasXwinler- Uf,hefe..a northern -, ; wards him inquiredJ Ko,are jroa.that thus addresses .

E. F.n market good, and,her climate and healihiulnessunequalled. into Deseret and New Mexico and therefore senator,say, that in tho:'town: ', in which'he me 1". 'A pall then appeared to-be'caet .

SALES in any part of the County attendedto .'& Augustine Ancient City. is expedient to provide. them territorial governments -' lived, it would excite'great';astonishment,if it -aside,and.discovered the featttred Jcf jyVashiag- 1 .

I and respectully solicited. neither introducing nor excluding* lave:> were k pwu'tha1t anortnern, lady'vould at the ton, who presented him. .with. a boxy;8syiQgrulf -

,4S Jacksonville, May 6, 1848 INTERESTING CoRRE8l"ONDENCE.-Governor ryby. That i.pugress has the power 'tOjiatra* time, 'of.'the'meeting' 'ot the t Wf! houses,.walk, "up i you.will persist'in the agitationptbiasubje4 -

Wright, of Indiana, has written a kind ;and courteous duce or exclude slavery bylaw, Mr.Clay strong* io thejcapiiorwita.ia J southern enatorj.tKatthey ; take from this bozmaterialtoorm&chsrsforth '

: AGENC1 letter to. GOT.Crittenden, or Kentucky, ly maintains; He has, two arguments..fur it.- had been'ta.uglitiftoconsider. southernersgeneraily dismembenaent.of. Uth ii j1Ii'pa1.tioun -

: or inviting the latter and his lady to _hi him. during As.u lan 'o Jel.f'Congl' s$lus tfye rig L.todis". as :being, ,so.;coarse,,and,''ruffianly'in received the box and asked?the stranger

i DR. S. S.VITCII'SCELE8ItATED the month May next, and remain with poseoftlfe lands to the best advantaged It manner, that. a.l lady.Irould]not,.trust"vhersf If|!asuch.apreaence. 'what' it coat ned. .,He' :.irwiTed' for''hito amnreJ'1''hd \

him some weeks He has also forwarded a like might appear!; thut' the tutrodirction" .'of'sl!Tery .. y This.nJi ,sir;' does not examine"theboxy' :, "U on looking itj

( MEDICINE.! invitation to. GOT. French, of Illinois.-He would enhancetheirv.ilu\.orthatits. exclusiffu, jintsentiment too strong a picture ro"teh'e"condition, of found nothing but thboies'f' ';General" Hayne.He'theaTseiiexl .
would have that eitWt. Would not this give it in of the interior of the noVthrnecountry.M his pen, Designing to. ontzniHtigheii'he
.Used hia mth distinguished success in the says: I I portions. 'Jit\ .
1 ty tost ofCoughs "It seems to me that Sf there were"more fre the rigbt,to intn>dttc}or .exfclu'deslavety4 Way : .. / ,, "*:4', ;'." .. ;" ; : 'discovered* on u* "* -Ahlack'swVwhich'he ,
,0 W S' '* iiiVain ,& i to temT
did fee not on thus the eatublishmeii pf-ithewora .. .. .
queat intercourse between the representatives go .
Catarrh H"I t \
\"t-n ;: } WA'dMiim. 1 .
Consutnpiion 't ,Burthis ,
ot of the old Attec S
if or
ihe of the and free ip isterstorycn'agreenlighthonsekeepcr.
people States a interchange Some othe
paperstell.. ;ftllowing 'r
; -! to" 't 1ian 1 i1.tlIthit lfo.iit1i i'
Heart Diseases Dyspepsia Gods! nnght'ciiutribuie tfee'sale of.theTlandsj.would ttgh .
Asthma sentiment, that it would .be productive o 1 j- 1d' ,i \ "
,5-y> 'lifi
t : an'sa <
.uot this give the rigli to eoact idolatry? matter we'flunk theywouldfind; \ .
that : ;
'Goaorrhoea, Piles, Female some good in allaying the bitter excitement Immedlatelyafter ne itook. possession'conpliinta 10rthUfrCi&:rt ii dri onito 1 eD e i
is like the .
& &c. too frequently exists among our public men, The second'urgumeut ; r2 t. wer made tttat the.lights went,out by,12. those who ve'been rais .;
1 Complaints, c., is 400 Mr. that'Mexico h'ad the < farther Bbrthani6irg
and 1.weendi"erent portions of our Union.. no, b says Clay o'dockv TTUe proper officer was at once sent,to '1ibeig1tit1onbttheab. '
ALSO In accepting the invitation Governor Critten-- powerto establish to;iorbkl/slavery.in theseregrdaks look info the maLttrJ and,beTwas sold that coai- IgThiv&andearth T

Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters; Shoulder d en remarkS_ :" cBufbfthe treaty. ofcessions1, ; all! the plaints were'made vaeainst',him"r.fH r1rJiaU'l5'as olition aestion: for the1: ttwenc&-E; S ,5 ';

Brace, labeling Tubes and Leo ..n- leedl'ir.- the times seem to me bebeportentooj rights and powers ot
Consumption and_the threatening enough put/is all upon .to,the United istutCB, and.conseQuentlyrthi6' un.Liwiiecl ?I' :hey say:jour lighta do not dura after-c1 o'. .- .-. ,
tUTU on and our guard and to'warn' us of the extremities to uuthorityrb'vjer; ll\'ery exlstSlU, the Feder.tl clock atj,night!','::""ji7e '.was,his reply/.'// !'.Telegfap'hic"eif htu ihe Iew0k: .

art .preserving Life which' party and sectional prejudices audits GoverUJ'eutn Soil we should acquire;.the ,IOMTO ,thcyjdontjforXjKt'ein tnit:myself.thiM far a \ ; e l8 .i .

Health, to Old Age giottfiuw hurrying us. patriotism,' bids sto Russian poasfssionfiuvinasmychHas' there-.is, no thought all the"vessets had go! 'm& ;-d.i Jiiaet Mr.CbJtOflBttII aaya.he ictenda to irt&tLr* ,.!
pause in this career-to remember that' doubt)}[ tbe power of thelciar to send po fitioribffen ''Mr..Crawt J _1s.**'
4re.. Ire. : we are end,Smarted, wxitfietic. : T .it a .. : oy: ,' r.
brethren all;'and that it is our duty to cultivate d.ei 'iiuto1iBiberial! i the PreLdent :'wejold '; o' I, tion. U7.." ..:....';,1'..tr .

I 1 hare been appointed Agent for the sate of not only'moderation and forbearance, but.alliko 'thereby guiiu the right of tiauish'iugaUf ensons VIUAINOUS ,ACTiprA'correspOndenli'of the the State 1.mc.u Department"n. !_t4.l :r .; I.

'I the' above Goods and will keep them. constantly feelings of kindred and union, that "natundly to the}i ohylhomightJ4cucsuspiciuu_ .of ''Cincinnati. ]Central f 'Herald says' that Jin,* 'celr- _Thftstakiagof game hsOoI Ii '..; S

I on hand at"ray Drug store,.in the;;Town,of :, and poUtic .bind together.7. ,diisaffrctiontb.th' tilTirl1 p4aj Qt'TuyjoranI- ,'LIniore'r 'Tampa Tampa B41'% t "D.11 Ina, v. .Iur. Clay tetuisto have beOI aware :rtei; the&1 ; :ScettM' mer pnrpoaaf Californlals to bd.kept Otti ofmeac the5U1Dn54O '
,,L. a ROGERS:. 3"TheSeaHteob: 'Saturday 'mat 'confirmed f illriSfdrj ng ti oW J gm 8p a1 t4kiit and i .
_ Jli : morning,to their wasers,runawuy. ,iti.andanu1f. 4l J&'
13-"Dr.Fitch's "guuBooK-toINvAuna. : the nsmiMtioa of Walter.}'o'r..11l.and,'ofMr. ,i snrdities and Le:camessely qnalifies-his:argument slaves :'iriswid;ihey have agents in'Kentu> thought by, oaa that Clayton islae Swme3inIifl

.$ ,Directions for promoting Health, ,and InBtrbctions Schroeder, both'as Charge,of tfaihei. also I- ,as,1C..it wj SOaitpgeth'et):ronly JmAtterpfjtorviL ky,.tf:gersaade 1-aiA'es-t-TUu:;'awa j,*and l.. rfe.\i1_ _'\

to Mathers: ia' the Y leat.of 'confirmed thciiomirzationa3 of Mr.Drotnmoad ,by adun.tlngjihat(thepowe; ;35o acgn tred \wbogivothcm adch::diiecions utoUie1rcQUrse up't.'di, ." .rtt.nt' S
had by cal U.&, of eastern district of Illinois could hot "of transcend;thet)6nst! ) { ti'I .
O4ldrea. may be gratuitously, Judge ; course .1 .fter1eanng thener, mI .wiWcertainly: O4 7'j r t ,
lies for It at the.store as abore. ,Aa. :eitreaely, s.1 itj{ 3\ ",. ;-T.' ':.'&. 'rhi1 i "ii g'ieli'o1:df tib r. eW iB 1rgur Dt \.lead:t0 iheir.oeing apprehended.iSonTe; of these .:. .a... .v.y. -;.., f h.we S "

valuable'BbolL n-* ..Hi. :' It,.ii Jt t lll that 10594,foreigners wer j inav. lit e dl bycrslIIg itupand thwiziItIfltothe J phves:have,,it,ia,,believed,been*old. -, 1tt.( eif ; --r-. 5 l."f:i. r-... 0 S

I Taapa August 25, 1849.a ( i 1 turalixcdiaUew York city last year. ."h.. II fire But bedoes. it iLththt-x, t.air of;amen' Captors and sent to the Souths '.%.:.'j' ,. co. amount.j A13 S .

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# I*From the ftnsacold. :'Democrat... JOur '' Oeu. KCIIOC ft.UrOus.u, THE NEWS. J.been'and are,:m facL1oth.: sending FrI1lf.JAt.N., A'ctei 1 ; (
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-' The subjoined no ice.of'the: Judge of:the U _-- -- 'delegaT! .f|Yet t'ItiinTexpression.-of our r S ,J P "' ''.'\ .. R1 irte. '>
next Itcprcsentatlve inIt States District Court for the Northern Districtof J ) : : f'
"opinioriwbilcl: : Jrustlfatc! it, we would r4is r EF e { Th 'Afu1rfcQ. ,
.. Florida is taken from the last number of the '
I "r : Apalachicola, J'tiser., If we are not mistaken :utter it.. \VeVhavejnpt.: room, ,:,or ..wect'uldgive Flag:of tne6th, ?b'ringB us accounts'ofjstingand )D .,ft

) t ii an ancient saying hat H is DeTer tofaretbdygooU.7 I as to the author, it is from the pen of one iV : ,'Sitenilc'a reasons, .for this,, Jugblv,.isa ortaattmojemeai of' tir!

I Wo ore of the opinion that itU : of the ablest l lawyers of our State; and is as conclusion., We repeat, we are..oppos .c1112ns, _.oltbe,BioOfando.,1mlti :,Txth

peter; too early to do good." We would, therefore : jUtt and well merited as it beautiful and discriminating. ed\ !10 Nashville Couventfpn; r .but, as j ",J h. ,, )uJ; !'(

t that guggeatjo: Democratic', friends in Florida The matter complained of, the J JACKSONVILLE MARCH 2, 1850. it i is beheld, we are i in favor of oth. 'dent,feritorial'Goverjm&t.:? At least,two.i
should of the
we ere long, make some move towards utter inadequacy: salary attached to the
; th? selection of a democratic candidate office, calls aloud for redress: we sincerely NOVICE. parties .!'endinci:' :delegates it.: .:There dred citizens, with their.names appended pa _...

to represent,us ia Congress, when the present hope and strongly believe that our delegationin ,. .is. nO"ubscurity"intbis.' ? ,. I lish an" address-.which*they say:-, -r .=
.. .,.... .., f. '
The Citizens of Dnval > '4.1'
4 fJl
tehn? of Hon.E. Cabell shall ten ina.;&'A on- Congress will exert themselves to remedy undersigned "The time'haa at':Icogta arrived when,
: Tentlon Delegates from different' Actions of this evil.-Floridian. County, deeming it highly importantthat yesrtheRepublicarC: ; !! ; ,has ci&jt J { 1 people of this valley must act with promptitij.end .L

the State, would perhaps ensure: n Pre harmonj.dnd UNITED STATES self from on decision. We have
DISTRICT COURT. should .t tbeimtonobsturity t09 long, confided IAi
Florida in :. ,
:, ; unanimitj:in the sMoctloubfa Candidate This tribunal has been in session: during the move harmonywith thin ? ,.}But this I jitsIiofthepeople.of ,Te s::-too lontiid
,'and iuduce to. his support tie undivided week and of the 'South in a'rerigeance. submitted to
past will Monday her sister States her.unauthoriedolitilj4
probably adjourn on .. f 'w.be.1 -#: %- .:
strerigthlof: party. There an; many in our next. Our citizens have'no doubt before of Southern 'and 'that open 'o\Vacniibi; : l\f\ be expected. ::1 Lion;: .Our confidence*in:Texas:"has beeff .w
ri ika; those private virtues nvd varied talents' had occasion to i-emirk the ability with which defence rights, from which started with: placed:'ahd'it behooves us'to'app: dl to the Fed
: admirably: qualify them for that post. Without:' the Judge who presides in this Couitj the Hon. she should like them, be represented in print '' : an attempt Government for a'Territorial organization

designing i ,to intimnie a preference on our part, Isaac H. Brouson, discharges the important to enlist.'against jfrt; institution. i ofslavery We entitled to itt :Let us knock at the d '
the Southern Convention be held I
we would rem.LrktblLt there is Col. E. J. Floyd to at of for that
: functions with which his office invests him. To the of"'" white Congress protection which,Texas dl:
ftxicl others Of West Florida; tion. James T. Arcfief a calm and dignified exterior, he joins a logical Na hville, in June next, respectfully prejudices :poor I Dies us.' :The authorities Texas leek toiZ
aud hers of Middle) Florida J Mr. Malory mind-a whoown'no' slaves"-: The:'p ad* nulx the titles to real, :
; clear preceptica of the points in dis solicit said men liy,, i estate between the Nuee ,w"
their fellow citizens of
: and others of South Florida whom county and the Rio
a Grand-it is
amongst pute-great patience, yet sufficient firmness vocated 'and .few a fatal blow to oara
election could be made. Coming events cast and decision in carrying out all proper purposes. to meet them ,at the Court:; House, by tile Republican. '," ;a ,' future. prosperity and will! involve 'the COQft:,

i their shaddwa'ttlore them," and recent developments The annual visit of his honor is an event in the Town Jacksonville Saturday very few other Southern :journalsjsnow try in litigation, ruinous and endless. Tfife M

t demonstrate with reasonablecertainty.tha.t.Deinoc4aoj.i8 highly acceptable to our citizens, who all uniteon on clear. The South institutions, scheme of flagrant injustice'proves that we ute
.! once more in the ascendantin such occasion to testify, their reception of the sixteenth day of March next, ,I nothing in future to expect,from-the, Sat et '

our young State. It was subjected to a tem the officer, both their admiration for his abilities to take the towards the and sacred rights are,to: be sacrificed:to. i Texas,' .but, vindictive and illiberal .let.ab,, .
defeat and wiles .of necessary steps "
porary by thwarts whigge- jQfl.
as a Judge and his worth as a man. 'the 'of Gen. 'r AY.
ry aided by the time nerving policy of a few We feel impelled at this present writing, selection.of'Delegates to represent.the grease over reputation I! Ou the 2d inst, amass meeting or h 'Cfu.

democrats.; But the delusion: ,has/ been dissipated when the capacity Judge Bronson, as a law- Eastern and Southern portion of Florida Lba. The' scheme- Hy ',wbiph'*. Vj he a recei-i zens was held, at which they 'adopted aixiootherresolutions \
by the renovating power of 'sober second to take the -- i.... .
yer, high rank and reap rich rewardsin ved the North friend of the following: 'J
: voted at as a : '
though And the more profound the artifice the pursuit of his profession is vividly bright in that Convention : : 1 WhereaSj We'believe that all thatpottieaif

by which whiggery obtained a temporary victory before us-while descanting on his qualities as Felix Tho. W. Jones Wjlmot proviso;>> and, the South: as,its country lying east of the Bio Grand aod( soati of
,the more potent the recoil of retribution. Judge to that the miserable he Livingston, ,New:Mexico, distinct from the'former
say proTiocf
v The indignation engendered in au honestbe receives from the Government is not only inadequate H. D. Holland, I R. J. H. Pritchard, enemy, is, to be, carried out. Wesee : of Texas, of right belongs to the Governaeat

. rtby.the discovery of hypocrisy in those to his services, insufficient to enable J. M. J. Bowden, Martin Stevens, it in '1'. BUTLER, KING'S mission to" California of the'United'tttatesr: ami that the State of Tessf

who hare by that means obtained their ends, him to perform his duties and support his family Uriah Bowden, Samuel Gibson, and, the quiet and'satisfied man has'extended jurisdiction over it with eg
and then spurned their promises or professionsis but. far below the sum which the dignity of Chas. P. our consent ; and.that,the late measares.taS' \
resistless and overwhelming. And such is Cooper, I W. S. Donaldson, in which 'these few Southern j journals her % t
the office and the ability of the Government ner by will retard her gruwth and f>rbsperltr.
the impulse which has restored unanimity and would seem to indicate as a proper salary for the Isidore V. Garnie, J. H. McRory. jr., look>> the results ofthat"mission. -: involving the property holders fin' endfegt;
harmony to the democratic ranks of Florida.- duties in question. J. A. Barbee, Thos. Ledwith, upon and ruinous litigation, and thereby prevent tS

The present blundering promise breaking and Judge Bronson travels annually from one extreme John Chirk, I J. Forman, It is intended by :he Administration development of its resources and. !'u;: I

imbecile administration, has contributed no little of Florida to the other-over bad roadsat J. McRobt. Baker, Joseph 'Finegan that California ,shall be admitted Whereas,Wo are, in geographical position,?
to this impulsP.8 for those "time serving a bad sometimes of well fa in interest and distinct' ,
season- through parts separate froa
' democrats" who in our recent struggles, held country where but few comforts are to be had, S. D. Fernandez, J. H. H. Bours, as a State, with a constitution pro Texas: and believe that a-tTeritorial organm.: ;.

back from timidity or selfishness: and thereby and at a very great expense. For this he receives Albert G. PhilipsV. I l. P. Dewees, hibiting slavery. It is evident that tion will greatly promote the interest and well
gave "aid and comfort1' to the enemy, they can but two thousand dollars. The Govern : Cyrus Bisbee, J. D. Pickett, fare of the people of this Territory-therefori:

.. march under our banner if they choose, but we ment must surely desire to pay a Judge enoughto A. A. Canova, I .Andrews, TAYLOR is to be excused for: not veto Resolved. That it is the opinion of this ming ,
will place them in a position where they do noJwui meet his that the said
reasonable and those of
expenses Oscar: Hart Chs. Byrne ing such a bill. Territory was acquired bytk; *
: if tbey.no good. his family, and leaving a small surplus for a I arms of.the United States,; and is the comm
We would be very happy to receive from our rainy day. With the salary in question, and Geo. A. Smith, Aug. C. Gillett, The Southern citizen and slaveholderwill property of the Union. *

democratic exchanges in Florida, some sugges- considering the distance to be travelled it is Oliver Wood Jos. F. Resolved That reoorameni
t j Rogeru. be at a loss to perceive how'he has we .a convention
tions on the subject. We have no fixed plan, apparent that Judge Bronson, nor no other R. Dormnn, J composed delegitest'rom the. different seed '
; and no particular preference. We are independent man, can do this. We trust that Congress will been benefited by this course of policyon tions of said Territory,to devise a previsional

; of all cliques, cabal,and factions. We belong justice in the premises, and increase the compensation From the Frontier. the part of Gen. TAYLOR. He will government! with suspended functions, until ,!
to no man. We go fcr the triumph of Democracy attached to this office. The Judge of The Sentinel o claims can be urged before, Congress by if
alone. publishes an extract discover that th'eVilmot Proviso and I
the District Court Louisiana, who holds court delegate chosen hy the people. I

only in New Orleans and Franklin, the latter from a letter dated 13th,February, 1850, the T-BuTLF.R-KiNG-scheme amount to Following these resolutions is an appeal ad-if!

[From the Albany Evening Journal. ] place within cheap ,and short travelling distance which says"A large number of Indians dressed'to all -tbe citizens of the Valley anif \
about the \ He is in
J. THE PRESIDENT'S CALUFOKMA :\IESSAGE.At .- from New Orleans, receives $3,600. and same thing. Territory of the Rio Grand,' 'setting forth their ;'

.* the crisis, in view of his New Orleans is a cheaper place to live in than I are now in at Charlotte Harbor, from nariicipating-: in the benefits grievances in forcible terms. .. ,"
Florida. Similar cases might be quoted to show We conclude our brief notice of this extraordinary
the President fur
stretches forth Sam
high resposibility, prepared emigration
; derived from
I California.
the : acquisition .
disparity between allowed
I his Executive arm in defence of the Union. He salary our movement by the single additional remark ,
.:. appeals, through Congress to the people. He Judge and that paid to others, but the one given Jones and his party are expected to be in i But he 'i i is comforted. with the reflection that Texas, in nuintuiuing her claim tea

\ first point out a sure way through the dangersthat suffices. at Fort Hamer this weekjor the same pur- I that all this, is.. necessary to in l.&rgeportioi of new Mexican Territory, ant
the rein Rio Grands '
beset and then the over refractory
: us, pledges of
) support "THE SENATE'S JESTEE."-Some of the New Time will be given them to com counties will of these. fitid her taudjfall.
government both in preserving the Union and pose. plaster over the conscience_.i of a Southern ,. one, days; ,
in defence of the free institutions:: which California York Whig papers. are making a lame effort to plete all their arrangements, and it is President. If he'cannot move with .
throw ridicule on Mr. Foote, of Mississipi, by
has and New Mexico will establish. r
( The L'resiJent's, : platform guarantees the freedom dubbing him the "Senate's Jester."-as a char thought they will all be gone by the his slaves to the g lcr- 'ntn s, he may at Mall from New Smyrna la Miami. .
acter compounded Jesting and railing, a Ther ': By letter from Indian River we learn. that Mr.'
of foot of soil obtained from Mexico middle of May.
be forhis'
every le/itst( : rewarded devotion to
sites and a Wamba union. Will these editorsbe Br.lyton the contractor to convey the. mail 01
and that,too, by the most direct, quiet, and acceptable -
means-the action of the people in that kind enough to refer to Mr. Seward of their Our Next Conressman.It party by a smile, something. else, this route,is now ready to commence open|
State, and ask him if he thought Mr. Foote w.is 0 tions. 5
Territory. Fortunately, the known' sentiment be time for from Gan. TAYLOR
when he took the appears to us to high I mail will- New !
ot'that people favors this cousumation. Califor.nia joking skin offot' this demago This .ne 'Smyrna on the 1$ :
_, h'as'framed its free constitution.! The people gue's back, in the Senate-We wonder too, if the Democratic party to cast about for Now, we repeat, these treacherous and Miami oa the 16th of every month. Boats \.

((' '_; ..-_ of?New in relation Mexico,slavery'whose sentiments coincident and sympathies with Col.good jokes Benton's when risibles he was were the moved victim, by of Mr.his Foot's lash. a candidate to bear their banner Ihrough doctrines are shared with the Republican suitable Smyrna for to Indian passengers lliver to go are comfortably provided. fran Tti ,

: 'JhQs; .ortlieir, brethern of California, will soon I Heaven deliver us from so practical a "jester"at the Congressional contest next, fall.- by few of its, party. 'Iho}: Whigsof Boats are half decked, one runs north and oil
this I Mr. Foote has the to other south of the Haulover. ;
courage say thingsin The East know and we ,
present themselves-possibly: befure the adjournment : we supposethe Florida
#' the Senate, that ought to be said : and so far as a body, are true to Fare from New Smyrna Indian River$i |
of '
Congress- a free constitution.
:" These provinces, after their admission as from being a vulgar railer like Thersites, his Democratic'purty in every portionof Southern interests, andhave little sympathy inhabitants;of"that, country have bat.

States, comprehending all the Territory acquired blade is as polished us it is keen. It has the"tour the State, i is determined ,to adhere to with the struggled for,;i mailhad', their request ben
deforce" of the tomahawk with and opinions expressed by have doubt thm
a temper granted yemugoJ we no >> .
from Mexico, will establish and vindicatetheir
own boundaries. New Mexico as:: a State. brightness' of a Damascus. As Shakespeare has the good old Democratic rule of nominating their organs here and at TaUahassee.T .- would be now considerable settlement on tit
it, "he is a very devil at a fence." their candidate by a convention Banks of the,beautiful St..Lucie Sound and h ;
could reclaim the territory u iw usurped by y behold interests at stake of
grea- fact all the main land froa ,
we along
may say
Texas but as a Territory bhe would. in this
; of the There is other mode ,
,be powerless. CALIFORNIA SUPPOSED TO BE OFHIR In esti- people. nil ter magnitude than the reputation of New Smyrn&. -:: 41

,respect The President's suggestion will be violently mating the amonut of gold which was brought by which the strength of the pany can Gen. TAYLOR The British bad extensive settlements about ;
from Ophir, I find it stated in Kings I, chapter or ahy body: else, and it the head of Indian River on theMcsquHo Soatk '
opposed by the ultl".1tiofthe South, awl for theobvious
;) reason that it inevitably excludes slavery ix., verse 28, that they came to Ophir and took be concentrated, or by which the pe.- I will be seen-ere long that they will indignantly Lagoon. We congratulate the suffering inhaVitauts ,
e from thence 420 talents of gold but in Chroni- of that in the this favor -
from the whole of our Mexican acquisitions.:: ; ; pIe can, or ought to be satisfied. We country receipt: .
cles II. 18 it is stated that rebuke any attempt to jock- and the Government in their
chap VIIL, v. they now as ope. ,
It-will be factiously opposed by the ultras of the
took 450 talents of How do admit it is difficult to bring together rations have road from Fort '
I North who"derive their and hold gold. you account ney them into party traces at the ex ; opened a good :
their places by impracticable and profitless agi- and for this Jerusalem discrepancy varied and.where sufficiently do account you fix Ophir for delegates] from all portions of our wide pense of their fidelity to their country. upon Pierce that to Tampa road. we hope:mail may also be put,

tation.But the honest and patriotic-the good and the difference or they may have taken 450 talents domain, but many will attend and The importance of South Florida, to the? ,,,:

true-of the .North and South will approve ond at Ophirand expended 30 in paying for the others who can't, may send the express.sion nit 'd:States; ,is not sufficently appreciated.: ,
service of Hiram's and Arch- Congress. here of all kinds be raised
King ships crews.:: tropical plants can
which while it the soil ;
sustain a plan
of Mexico from slavery, disarms preserves, and baffles bishop Usher calculates the silver shekel at 2i*. of their preferences, and in this .In the House on the 13th inst., M, Thi. settlement of its frontier1 all imported&

o'd. sterling and 100,001 talents of silver at the sense of the people canbe more to the Southern States tnd the nation at larg,
those who seek to convulse if not to dissolve the I way Burt, from the Committee on Military
that rate am.ounts to $36.250.900, which being but of this wesh.tll speak some other time.3.

Union The;ground taken by the North is, that slavery multiplied by twelve, the proportion of'silver to surely understood snd respected than Affairs, reported back, without amendment 4ugustine Ancient City.SOUTHERN. -

shall not, though existing within, go with- gold whole will give the of sum of 435,500,000.and The the by cliques of politicians, assuming the Senate bill entitled An act to RIGHTS.,

( .out Louisiana. the constitution and>in'Florida; It had, because been those recognised Territories in- Temple expense Solomon<< building, for which, this furnishing gold was right to dictate to the people.- We provide for the adjustment and; payment We are gratified iu perceiving that the presses >-] ,

S came to us by purchase with that incum- brought from Ophir, was 838,477,365 sterlingmore don't wish, to be understood us intimating of incurred and obligations in North Carolina, with very few exeeptions -|,
brance. But the Mexican soil which we cow than the national debt of Great Britain. that it is the intention of clique expenses have taken the-ground we.have occupied f!
-, own ctune with no such obligation. In the Mexican IfOphir wa a three years' voyage from the any contracted, by the State of Florida, in from the..commenc0meut of the discussiou of| .

I ... republic, though younger and less enlightened lied Sea, then it was not in Africa'or the Indian to assume such .position; but we do providing, for the safety of the people this: questiboj-und that I countenance or favor; :

"0 ,: than ours, slavery had been forever abol Ocean, which was within sixty days' journey.In .- know that the unitei "oiof the Democracy is given to the ultra.disunionists.It _"
I ished. Corning to us free, it must remain free. the oldest map of California San Francisco is of that State, during the recent insurrection 'is honorable to the patriotism, anacre u>

The obligation binding=-the duty is itnperalive. laid down as the "Golden Gates," which is a of the East would indignantly of the Seminole Indians "- table to the' intelligence, and worthy efihe btj4 4

.: .fortunatelyt the President appreciates Scripture phrase. We can find no other location it if it ; mixnity.of our, people, that: they look upunlb$1 1
but California for Ophir.-Major Noah. repudiate were.attempted.The : which bill referred the Committee Union all'Jtt
the obligation, and is ready to discharge the was to severance: .of our baud of "with :

". .. duty. And he has iu' n clear and conclusive last State Convention was heldat :of the Whole on the state of the probable disastrous: and bloody con3equ ,
message, indicated the way in which that duty WHAT JENNY LIND is TO GET.-We may expect Madison on the 20th March, 1848, with no composure of feeling-and.though heJ

... can be discharged in a proper, peaceful, and to see the papers teeming with marvellous Union. are 'determined .to require of the Free SLUcV
;;: law abiding manner. That way is in accordance stories about Jenny Lind, now that she is coming and the next should Be appointed for'a Mr: .Cabell moved that -the bilL} be due security for jrights under' the Constit4'9Lion |

alike with the plain duty of Congress and the to America. Some editor calculating largely period ,as early us possible in order to they would avoid; the last resort with' a
ascertained rights of the people themselves. upon the verdancy of his readers, and pretending made the special order of the day for the luctance that language can express. re-I

to know even more about the terms of give Congressional candidate full last Tuesday this month. The, South'has remonstrated, argued,iD

i A CASE 'COfiSC1E CE.-One day last week the contract than any body else, says Barnum is time, to'canvas* the State. The 'immense ; ted and demanded! in vain. They have bee '(.j
F ,i1 Carlter. met wilh reckless careless insulting innoTfr
to give the Queen ot Song $375,000 for one objected ,
I t .. (says the New York, Courier and Enquirer) a distances from Pensaicola to theSt. andsubmit iilj
tions and their
hundred and; fifty nights, or $2, OO for each The 'Committee affairs trespasses: upon rights, I
door mat was stolen from the door of u gentle on)Military '
night she sings in America. Barnum is not so Johns ur -from Jacksonville l to 'ram- >t 'I.- '- ; to them no longer They
man residing the upper part of the city, and green as to give Jenny such terms as these, was discharged from. t the consideration under the Federal Constitution, .tiu*&j ..
on Wednesday ofthis week, it was returned to and Key West which' be tra- : will recede '.a ,.
which we think as a business transaction pa must correct version orelse they
the step from. which it had been taken ; and a' ) 'of the following,}meniiai'swhi. .. h were whicktbS7enjoy ctf.
would be discounting the notes of the Swedish versed which it: is always the ,* -<- ;-. form one for themselves, under :J
note of which the following is a literal or custom '
copy ordered lie .the thble.'Fliememrial their and fa
Nightingale, at rather.an exorbitant premium. to ..on rights privileges. ]
placed under the door: There scarcely a concert room in the Union so to do, render an early..nomina- This is'the true stato of public feeling' |

.: to The ocupylr Of this'hous-by The instyga- that would hold the amount at any thing a reasonable tion a matter of necessity.: We t there '' V"' *'of the' citizens*. of FortGatliFlorida North Carolina. *Let the" North look .toU'-

: lion Of the deval or sumboddy Like him i So price for tickets,and it is to be expected \ ? : asking relief}'in 'consequenceof Whaee'ril* consequences. 'm y._ensue, &kef J
: .. far got.The golden rule Of duin Touthers'what that Barnum would take care to have 'a; fore suggest that the next Democratic; been'driven from ,\flllbe, alotCere ponsiWe Ju the ',el h'oi\ *|

..you want them to do to you as to steel Your small margin upon expenses. In New York, State Convention be'. held at, : MADISON, having .their, and, man.,. -',I:'Jfilmmgion_ ..Commercial. : '
. \. mail Took it :wone nite last weak and until sun- Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore, Jenny homes by the, Indians;' < t
I i endustTo Go inter church i MONDAY THE EIGHTH DAY OF APRIL A correspondent of the' Charleston: Merc-'
: I dy wen was a would excite a furore,that would fill the largest' on 1 The memorials of !
i that i went thinkin in the knroud thar % v Captain William. ,Writing from Liverpool.underrate ,
own up dollar ticket but in these ;
saloons at a ;j' even NEXT and invite our rri itz1ds.in'Msd. > / u" I.*' < ""*j 'yiu:
: : :'cnite; be A chance to pick up sumwat but The cites the'people would scarcely be willing to pay :Blacka I ? 'company of.mounted volunteers says}:4rfatbQpa l and..exPEti e atr' 4tcberisliQd
r !! nrecher! ,brot up the Cost so strong when He sed auction prices for tickets fcrmore, than a night die ,or West Florida to expiess: their ; ui England' that the 1j'dntiisa f",
t *iefc that dpun' that i had no piece till i sot dounvour h to those : 1" .for 'c6mpensationr! ; for'military, 'ser- th-iaLl thethil1'iiiim\1):1\ ) pln$11,
1 or two; and if she confines concerts views_on: the ubj ct. -- -t
,ht ", 'mat ageD wich i doo. >>axin you to furgive methu cities alone, we doubt if the manager would Vice's. : :w i / ns'l: r, fl- ijThe'Senate to such,aiIeeei tat next [ athey will'bJ'
time. make'mu h'by the speculation, even if he were The Nashville Uoiiveritton. a full supply of cotton and low rates.
fi'i feels he be is -* l : on 18thr, ultras inJ3t yQldjWhich! .t thjngsfoajy .ar Jlecps:1l1o tY
I { J.Etho writer as badly as spells, to pay her but half the sum named.. t u. .' Vjlfj ? !9
'i : The last Republican, in DOarticleuuder : Wed to be pitied. The subject brings,our'mind a witicism of committee fof thowholet, the inimitable punch, perpetrated at the time the above. title makes.,tbefoIIo. :i i 'AO'r : '! "- '-"AVj break youil neckS lIt$ettin11Einiaiketb'you ;
the. consideration *
thobillto: amend
,, *
I ; hnt dox hbudi'ed'acesdastyeay p1
.i-1' AKD JAPAN.-Dr. Ontzlaffb&s when the people of the English Metropolis were '' ',' ! 11 btea lecturuing in England,upon the em- running crazy after the great violinist Pagani- ing.declaration sentiments: tl Se vera K!Lad s establishing. ;cUrictii1 i l only eighty oVnlnety this and jou wjll DO'-.&
. I pUeotlapan.: He Bays the people are favoraoto : I ni. Punch has it- But we shall l : not be' ;UtaiII"chaed j ; get more '!.rl90 w at.lou make than ,
I I rsbut the inimical i : u ,9f" ; H: "t d, !"af! ). e Su1 full crop, but encounter.'less.: 'labor, iuCUI'expense ';
,. ; (ft Qra g government ; "Who were they who paid three guineas, wiih "obscurity" with; .regard. J;o.tho ; -i.of.kloricia : ;
anatth'Oabtim be able
: I I :tkLth.e.4.merican! Oommodure Biddle, when To hear a tune of Paganini's? ; l { : ;pro'vi e ( ri.\V'l a.of.erro' : !i .
Nashville ; uli the
'Coma .W itb
there was struck by a native on ," o'hinniesV verition., : -, tn r ].cor ;.w h\ck| makfcs fat-hogsborss sn4W
I'' eatlJ' Echo Pack r :4.i' ai ; '
i i b lidGtajunk,which inauu was' not resented If Barnum should attempt levy "war pri lights'that. are before*,'reflecting; ,the : '''', '.rir..u...d'-':{. .;.,. .; .k frori1'8ai 1.. ".,: "_' '" ;;, 0:iirt'str';.- .t.otJ Itlei': and, plenty of them.. :wb1..or. 1 qtltst'

; I .'IVe a mot es;of policy. He says also that the ces" for Jenney's 'concerts, the same 'c 1pJet 'possibilities! that'J may r. .eJ tf1' :a ,vh icn.wus!repor ted:bckiotheenaIevittiout ; uflfurnrgroes to death.i1ordcft9; j ,'
I .

., crew coast,o f J had SA:bren,American: starred Teasel to'death, wrecked: by order on the of would lyJenny'or. be revived: Paganinfs, with; theeubstitution,-, Savannah. News.of Pref- Convention! .in inthir! whichs, soveremgity ,p itor4ere4; ,/ ,,*io*; bp" :-]en-' 1 .Manchester nta" pt i 'pqond, and,*supplyliith when you may: live,CptO4fc iiin4at'youreaiO4d )1e11.,' J...
the gorerancpt rand when: the suffers were n> ; :grossed for ahfrd.adiflgva; :subSer. ge':10-QI1: e jiLaJ.Is ,...
( 7nolztrilDAgMu8t their cruel treutmen they LARGE ''BU8u'Ess-We: are told, on good ,.and by,:paid,delegates, we opposed v : QOiOfl.l i { Al\\exyeieuce\ PF. rIi Ii'enc ,;!l'

'trere told th.ffthe Americana did not resent authority, that a manufacturer in Worcester, to it But, us. 'the,,conclusKin" to-':hold' !'il 'A uenUyeaI'; ):h1 tflr] ", :andpass4; \ b !$, .I1.T.19 P !}ot'elpypU; td': '"

fin IA4Iplt1.offered to a Commodore, thev Masachusettahasmadeby- the sale of six bar: has'been. foregone\ )(one partyat?' ; .}least ,,. }oI-"jo">-'-" '. 1 "V'l ---J j. r.tf .one diffiwltyv.,a i1slng ;.f 'L ." r :';
-would not tro'ttble themselves ut eoI11tnOD sailers. rel pistols! in < :alitbrnia, Upwards of'one hundred and Sixty folio volumes, it is.ah1-redaily! ;filed l'' doa'l? gcUiuoai ; ot: J t er'fo I" ;.
j iu
\ We tratthit Clayton! i will read this and fifty.thousand dollars.. New York,. mainly i is, acquiesced, : r by respectable in keeping:the Qtcotmts of the' Ilk oIE og. your'advert a. stick-.. tq< 'lrek,4 .:Jourr.. ;'>
'" members ofdie'otherve'hav land. $ f 'tJn-fto? !17"'sl &&tfxw; ? !t. heeds I :'
I paragraph, tad"sftkeai note of it. Posf. .i4 i ; : ..Ct8: ; &t1!. ALi ,



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The poet.Whittier;Hon Jno rtan You may find relief if youvill.but try;in time. :* r irluetglfhrl.rtl t ji iyF: i !
SaQ **f&: ral other' Free Soilersof IJAesaChu-t I. .P,
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prominent has .
jaaore our Agent just received ,following! :, 7, ." .
late no increasing signsaginst J3 from the Justice of Benton ,county f. _
of Mass ,
witnessed, setts have called a State CoaTentionof the'party \ .1
I have New Jersey. Bordentown, O'5iq45;,, ; -1.7''. ','
to compromise expose 'forIbZ.zthe Court Hocse'door J. "iB
north nor &outh, at FoneuH HalL, Boston oa,,the.'27th"of ; LwUl "1'. .
dispoitioU t .
I question; on the C\ntrar'y, I thillk February: The call for the Con el1t.i ni'T tY MisetbwYoha; ., '.f"4; 'l'J Benton County'On the first-Monday in 10' ,'" fo., : .,' ',.
e iLvery is farther off noW thlD it ever hS strongly worded talksvof tbejeopordy human Dear Sir: 1 am well. aware! that persons ot April next within'the:legal:hoors.rof sale,_the L : '',J A ,;' : .:-. I..11,

Lt Congress conciliation and compromise. There liberty of the'plotting) of'-treasoa.by the 'slate every age aDd lest and condition in lifer ii1 eTa following :ed property levied.,BJQU by Tho, "- .,.''... .: -'. .4
n from less of conciliatory temper than has perpetualists the seat of government,,dissolu-; ry part ef the country, bare used, and been benefitted ,B. Jackson, Constable'of Benton"tounty, s the 1''. '-..,. .'W ,...,r e. ," _... "..,_ .
much I by DR. NVISTAE'S BALSAM,WILD property ofJohn W.mggsito'iattstl.ftn4ij: -:'
lion of the Union the present"alarming crisis" PSeOJlMATTOS_ BY Iiv '
en het0f0 northern men who until recently, have ; and.of the inflexible, determination of-the:people CHEBRy, My own life has been saved with i.Myfather'sandmymoth&a 'Exeentions in,favor.of Thomas P.Kennedy,aadWm. i'. -.. .-- 'criK_M'JI'*,. Jn'4" : ". .; .'

The bare in the slavery discussion,have of the'free, St.ates.to sustain the Union ."at family were, both &BreTrtethNf.3of5.7, ; -
ken little blood and Are hurling fierce deliLce any:.and every hazard their fixed unalterable consumptive. My'f&therraotbernd a sister R21.. *' t up their .speech was died fatal dise'.se. For J. ; 4'.: 'Benton : ra1y:
Horace Mann's under the Constitution and''ltbiU'' the with that some: years, Sherrifff Coonty \ .ii .

at the South.or war. lie declared that'the purpose Union to arrest the :extension of slavery. into I have been predisposed to i(myself.<-About one ._.ta..h. :',-!0"i..n'J'. ., -" '" '" .1.'f .t4s\; .r J ''1 itte4' i&UaCtastyoflione .." t
no& yield an Inch, even to avert territories now'free.- to-abolish the slave trade' year ago I was quite sick for a number of:weeks ABNER J. THOMP8of .sai eth.rthb .
orth would Stevens'cacheda bed, when the side ; 1. dy ,cae.. '.T..JWiq ..ad s'
of civil W61r. Thaddeus and sl .er in the,District of Columbia-to relieve confined my pain may. ; S EO Reward. ,
e caliUXU crasule: the* accursed insti- the Federal Government from all' connection would allow mete lay;;1111 physicianpronounc- e! ,I'mIJ gta'rewardofTen': ; liollarsfor -,rh.ft.WJGt.44. lI..trttb
I of to-day, was full f ed disease Liver Complaint .myhiter was iQr,1d 1. ee4 in t a_ t e'T .,
Cot Bad's speech with and responsibility for slavery' -and to my ; the apprehension and::deliTery o" '
tion. invective and.nunciationgainst much I, raised blood several ors, ftad;{ ...aw. .; 4froijaU :
enlarged .
scornful taunts and fiery place the Government openly, actively and per- very me of my negro woman,'SUSAN;who be..paid t,And=n na .._ .
the South. These petually on the side of freedom." times; the pain in my side was so severe that ran awayfr tJa *;house of Mr.John &i fl ': 'r
ree gasconade and the in the street by .the door affected CfCGja5tiOS .: ., .
who are addicted to no cars passing A.:'Jones while in hb employ.;. 'Said negro iscf < :
No4 th.rr1peea
e men CANADIAN Gazette me. 1'was cupped, bled. and had various > rl&_ ."
GOLD.-The Quebec tall and
about fortyt '
mean what they say. says yellow complexion; stout/and .ot thStatLl ofFIcskk b .t. .
ey that the North has assumed that at Portneuf Canada the 8th other remedies applied but all to no 'rhava'reason; beliere .
to me ,on Tuesday, v years of age. to l\ lame'eit laws -1-
". Jtar.tie '. do
xMdSfand bolder tone than at any former of February, the thermometer went down to 52 purpose; I got no relief; at last my physi. she is lurking in the Ticinity'.ot Ja bOn ll1.: hereby offer' .Oae Haa4nd DeU_! ".
on which they rely cian said he could not cure me. I expected 'II _
and that the argument degrees below zero, and that during the entire a ELIZABETH. HALL. :
time to die soon but providentially I heard of and ,-' '- T&Gat 1lw...
s"ord. day it was below 401 jacksonville, i' b23d, 50. 3T t : 'deUlP'ic"hiSbi
the r 14 c.. :ot ,
* in reply to Mr. Clemens obtained a bottle of your Balsam, which relieved 1II '. '
Gen. (DJS' speech CRUSHED Hopes.-A California paper says ; 4I A.b'r b;.botit
: "
that he has at I was encouraged to, '
and most eloquent I me once. persevere 4' .
ns the warmest it came from his Many a poor devil landing in San Francisco in using itr until 1 took four or five bottleS Notipe. i yean of age,of fair:ccaapleiiee,.. 4&e t ,

ever delivered, and because the tone defiance, it with bright visions of ubig business" before which saved life and cured me. My healthis Saturday .the'30th day of next March ;t I inches, '' .1nheight1 sporehaiJ hp 'I' ''
ON '
not my
Jeart. If his was the soub that him, finds himself,in a few days rendered penI now good. For liver Complaints believe it will sell at the Court House In this C lli." 0 c.m.- .r,' *frouuss. ,
that of I! niless by the enormous'California prices and decayed, .. ., '
\.lS WftJtew the nail I is a most certain cure ty, as the Laws directs 1f Hundred and Seventy k" 4,1:
heir threats lor himself th.it 1: the next we see of him is peddling newspapers MARTHA A. BETCHEL. Acres of Land,-.the'remainder of the Real In Testimcny vmy J'hint _..
he declared emphatically I in the streets shoveling gravel for the cor- : Signed, ,. hand aad caused the Gat t.ror
ind j or Estate of the Estate of James"Long deceased,
mode Southinstitution- lam with 'Mr BetcheLher statement
claims by acquanited -
. The '
tr.rvl. ft.
d"J.l Milt.. poration in holes. Many [8EAL.J th be
11e&UIUU"a' -- asm fillins nn mud a man is true. Signed by WHIT ALL STOCKS sold. to pay the debts of said 'Estate., Terms, ed _..
ill behalf of slavery, I finds coming him in this town where ,' JauaarJ.A.D..l. _
era men in his wholepeech night on half cash and half twelve' monhts credit/ The '_

? consisted of objurgations; and fact against the gold appears to be the staple commodity'without Druggist.None genuine,unless signed I.BUTTS tm. the land is situated near this;town, and known as :' k\: r THOMAS aSOWK, ,

of belief I] a place to lay his head or wherewithal to Hunger and Hardship Plantation, formerly occupied GoWiMr"I"Im4&'
Looth and the expression a rositive purchase: hia supper.. Almost every morninga wrapper.For by Cot I.. D. Hart, ByAeGoverAttt-; r ;'
civil sale T.'0. HOLMES & Co '' ''
wur.The by
I h."d to : ,
the must
1 hit question dead body is found in the streets. This is MARY LONG. Adm'x ;W. J IIIJI Ilt&, ; 11F .
who E- '
editor of the Charleston Courier,in the i, owi nl. however in most case ,to drunkennessand J Jacksonville Fla., Per S. 'D. FERNANDEZ'Agent. .. .. ., ,' w .. ".. ,-
Cass5 speech as reported
his read Mr. Uisapatiou. Jacksonville Feb. 23d 1850.' ids : .
I _ :
.From Rev CHARLES REIGHLEY, Champlainof BESlr.GABDEN'SlEDS-... : ': -.
tilobe LY-
Lord Campbell in his recent work tells of a ;=- t
character I ,
: We do not regard The expression it as of the-1 ultra can bUud it :judge who wound up a sentence of death, at the U. S. Army, to the Agent at Detroit. Administratrix N.lice. ..U, ''Thorbun.'i d"f'G ieS bM u..ree.Lvet'.- ,..,'

represented. there Stafford for the utterance of a forged one months after date I shall present my ao. aD ., -. '.1'. .. .I )
does not occur in it, nor is ; SIX Fe : ". f
: longer" FORT GRATIOT, ?Mich. Oct. 26, 1841. b.,2,1850. if : :
no pound note in this horribly facetious manner: and vouchers to the Hon.Jndge of <
ulti- -" '
!any indication of a disposition the, oa South his part, "And I hope that, through the merits and medi- My Dear Sir.-1 feel not the slightest hesi- Probate Duval county, for a final.settlement .7, ..- : '.:- 7<:' :'. '". :' :; : : .

cutely to take part against ation of onr blessed Redeemer, you may there tancy in saying that I consider the India Chola- and ask a discharge from the:further administration IIUFELM1's' -Compound Ethereal,:8yrm '

t experience that: mercy which a due regard to gogne an invaluable medicince in'bilious affec of the estate of John E. Saunders,'deed, .L.L- ofTar.an 1'n..-. '.. .' "

FLORIDA TOBACCO.The the credit of the paper currency of the country tions. My reason is sImply this; have. usedit. late of Duval For'ali hi "f._ _'RIU. .

Ocala Argus says:-In answer to a letter : forbmn y_M iu hope for h.. e'" On my recommendation, many others have countv.MARY E. SAUNDERS, Feb.2lS50. U' -

had the honor to address to the llou used it ; and I have yet to learn the instance in Administratrix.

which we relative to tho cnlti..nlinn nf Florid -I A Recdpt=Whenever you get black eye by ichich it has failed to effect a cure. Jacksonville, Feb 23d, 1850.MAGNIFICENT 3., _., ,;&'.** *c"1I',

D. L. Ynlee falling on tlic: ice or from running against a bedpost Yours, very respectfully, ._
Tobacco, we had the pleasure of receiving j or from running against a powerful fist: CHARLES REIGHLEY. -- ATTORNEY' AND OUNSETJORATLLW:

the subjoined extract from a reply : 1, apply a cloth wrung out of very warm water, For sale by T. 0. HOLMES & Co. ,LOTTERY HATING remoTedhi i froa'Colaabk
and renew it until the pain The mois- Jacksonville : to Jackaowe.Daval "
L-l received lately from New York simple of I. ceases. E. Fla. One grand Capital of County ,
Florida Tobacco, which had roalizu.1 sixty lure and heat liquifies the blood and sends it ., respectfully informs his friends that fee has a*!
seme; :n that city, and was informed I back to its proper channel. Use warm or hot, MARINE INTELLIGENCE- -- $100,000IioS50,000430,000$20,000.And soc_, rithIUhiCiOfL; .,' ;bia'j .
cents per pound familiar with the bubiuess th ,t I but 111 v.r cold water to the bruise. A doctor 250 prizes of$2.000. brother, .'\."SN11Tpt"l'r -' '

there by a merchant was no likelihood of overstocking the I would charge a guinea for this advice, we giveit PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, MARCH 1.-- VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, The, firm ii1llbe.repreente4.egevery '

,market with the Florida leaf. There is exten- gratis.-lx. Fapr.t For the benefit of Monongalia Academy, term of the Circuit Court, fa the several '

md for it in the German as well as the t Counties of the Eater Judicial' Chxuit .Th*
Class D for
,ive dent its for wr.ii. bang found II D'jisl ht rem LadUs.-A. duel lately occurredat ENTEREDFeb. 1850. County of Hamilton in tbt Middle Circuit..
home use pore
uiiore;' m i 'irket: than the Cuba tl'alP Madrid between two youn ladies. One was 23d. Brig, Jefferson, Willey Key West. To be drawn at Alexandria: Va.. on Saturday The Supreme Court UTaJ1."vand: the.

r profitable ultiihu tlyhot in the leg: and the comb It ceas- 27th.Scb. O. K. Fishe, ,. April. 27, 1850, under the superintendence U. S. Court at St. A gt1iXIi ,

edpfotttii. riuatI., a reconciliation was effectedby I CLEARED. of Commissioners. ***All business entrusted to their care will. .,

INTERESTING AUCTIONEER'S S.\LE.-WasT/in-\\ the gallant yuor whose charms had evoked Feb. Panama J. W. ItlAURV & c e.. 'Manager receive prompt &ttent i .o : -

lO'is: F-r-icell A'ldr-ss.-'Ihe coiujuuy present .he '.iu ut d.&cord.Ji I Much 28th-Brig 1st.- Gen.Taylor, Grumley Shute, S.iybrook.N. Y. 78 number lottery-13 drawn-ballots. Address, J.P.& 8.W.SANDERSON.
: this ile in the Philalelphi.i E\changv on : Unl1 D ?
lar. Great Lake in Central SPLENDID : t1.PJa. *;
Tuealay, the North American si-, W: : the Africa. n ,

g.-si it ever saw there, at any puuuc aK,-tin* immense lake has been discovered in District Conn of the United Stale 1 magnificent capital of $100,000 l'I ot ee. t.

crowded its utino-t ictsmd. 1 splendid prize of 50,000
ruoci being to c.ip central' of Africa hitherto
unexplored OF
parts I NORTHER DISTRICT FLORIDA. hereby girea i to all Inter. .
admit 1 do NOTICE person '
who could not gum 30,000
many going away by the Rev Robert Livingston, NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to an 1 do '- 20,000 I Monday thslltkday of Feb.ruary .
tance. the tribe of the Hon.Isaac H.Branson next,!will apply to the Hon.feUzLiTfe*.
After disposing of a few stocks. the first prop an English missionary among ,Judgeof 1 d o.- 15,000
'. offered was the original uniecript orWashiuzous called the B cu..nas. it lies in about said Court, the April Term thereof requiredby 1 do' .' .. 11,556 stonJudgeofpo'thecountyofDua1: : r
rty for leave '
Jaw to be held on the first of to sell the Beal Prcnarly: bdoc ias ,
limtion I of Monday April do .
30 0
Farewell Atldrcss, by nineteen MHith latitude and 3,000 ,
the AluiiuisU-utorsof, the estate of Da\idC. degrees will he adjourned to the 3d Monday' (IStb) of 250 do (lowest 3-number prizes) 2,000 to the Estate of 'JA 'Long deceased,cTmuchthereof \
five hundred and sixiy miles north- April 1820. ,a lrbf necessary:'to pay' the
65 of 500
Cliivpole ileceastd.fht prizes : f
iiorthuest ul Kolobeuy. A writer in the JOHN T. MYRICK Marsh-il outstanding debts'ofeald Estate. '
first bi i-ler was R.Willing L- }.. who offered 64 do '- 300 "
:500. The next l.iJ was $;:u. ihe next London Ath< neum says that uit is the Per O. J. ZE SBAUR. Duputy March.il, 65 do -'' 200 'M4RTLONG1Mur'i"Jacksonville '. .

$GO. and the next $1000. The bids then Iro- most magmfic-ent gt-ogiaphic discovery St Augustine Feb. 23, 1850. mar2 7t 65 do 160 Jan. > 19th" ,,1850, :,., "4t .

! greastfd with great spirit, in sums ol ;iOJ e. cti of modern nine." 4,810 do ...- 80 NEGBOES'TOB1iR&: : "
I uutil they reiched S:2.300. when the Jucuuu-m Koiice.MY 27,040 'do '. .-40 J

WAS struck down to the llev. Dr Henry A.Boad- WIFE, MARY, daughter of Wm. New- Tickets S40-Halves S20,-Quarters $10-' f nHE Subscriber Im'fcairefitpt&i wo* 1"

I man, of the Tenth Presbyterian Church The hRl'I.AND.-A bill has passed the House of bern, having deserted my BED and BOARD Eighths $5. .' JL .king hands,:who would do wjell.la tastes*;,
for ; Sta:. Convention ,
auctioDeer announced that the manuscript: vroul I Representatives call.ng a since the end January last, 1 hereby give notice Price of certificates of packages in the above her or turpentine busines i-.A3ao ft sddle&pd i

not go to Washington. This rebuke ofthe neglect to revise the(oul tul vu. It contains a provision that I shall not be responsible for uny debts Magnificent Scheme,as follows: woman who, is a good Co and/ft;yj3ung girl .
that the Convention shall interfere
Congress was received with applause full of not she may r.ontrnctJ and all persons are warned A certificate of package of 26 whole 'who baa served as JJKacjbw aaid >Kiee-. ,wiUCoi's
with the institution .
slavery as now guarantied ; be hired out bVthemonth cnHborsl t
cnmUtakeable meaning.Tue not to trust her on my account. tickets '. .. $00 00 ,\ ters.if I
which'us vote of 61 to 17 '
adopted by a di ".
next property was the portrait of Washington JOSEPH SALAS. Do do 26 halves 250 00 terptca
,md several of the members who voted against iteXll.1 \ f
; : .
painted for Mr. Claypole by Jauu- Jacksonville,March 2d, 1750. 4t Do do 26qu&rters'12 00 .
j ud.l d.Lf it was not Ironi opposition to the : .
] PealThis brought $lO. llev. 1). 1oidman Do do 26 62 50 "
1 object eontemplatiil. but because they were un- eighths muari".l:2U 1850.. "' "_ 'tt 1
! purchaser. A certificate of a package of wholes will entitle :
in restriction Sheriffs Sale Benton .
wilun Co.
; any way to impose upon Fla \
The volume of Advertiser .
i I Claypole's Daily ihu Couvtutiuu. the holder to all over $442 nett that may be ""d
| containing the firatjmblication of Washington'sj virtue of a writ of Firi Facias issued out of drawn by the twenty.six named therein. ltute.i'; ; --T,. 4: I j

11 j Farewell Aidress, was bought by Joseph A. \Important JVeus-U.S. Consul hisulted BY the Circuit Court Benton, and to me dir- Certificates halves,.'quarters and eighths in rpHB: Co rCr'' ',b4'- '

; Mickley for12, and the Original Letter of Gen. ,-The Portsmouth (Va.) Pilot has ected, I have Levied upon and shall expose' for proportion. + 3 'X tw en tbeundlrsign d Under th* saai t .-

' eral Washington. by John Wilson, for S-iO. perused :i letter dated "United States sale in front of the Court House door of Benton This splendid scheme is one of the,most attractive and style of Cooper&'Reab,'ia this fiy dill tTe2 "

The llev. Dr. Wylie's church, at Eleventh and Sieamer Vixen Punta Palrna County within legal hours of sale on. the, first ever drawn in the United States and by mutual consent.. CHAS.. COO &, < ,
, Marble streets, was put up, and after a bid ofI3,6OO Monday in April next the following property, well worthy. of the attention of adventurers.The "' ,OEO. B.BEAB.JacisoaTmeDeo.O,4S49 .'

$ was withdrawn. 18.)3, from which we make the to wit: One hundred and fifty acres of land lowest'prize.that can be .draw by a ticket. .; 4" I.;-' tf;. t '

following extract: more or less being the East \& South East It. having on it three' of the drawn numbers, is I l' 1 ; _\. J

PRUSSIA.-The causof Apprehended Rcrou- "From 'vvhal Heard, 1 understand that Section 24, Township 2], Range 19; and Wei $2,000. 1 Netlee.. ,: I"' "
tun.-The Kin; of Prussia, after making the insultedby }"of South West'3'Section 1 9,Township 21. I Orders for tickets and shares and certificatesof .' #- ." .
our Consul has been repeatedly 'month3.after date I .
most abject concessions during the days of the Range 20 ; also one quarter Section of land be-' packages in the above magnificent scheme SIX Rat1.PtClCml m, l /

revolution in Berlin,has been iound false to his the uovernor and j.opulace, even in ing West % of North West of Section 29. will be promptly,attended to, and an account of counts and vouchers to t&a Honl Judge of : :1
promises and a constitution is presente I to the ins own huuse; and it is deemed necessary and East y2 of North East ) of Section' 30| the drawing will,be sent immediately after it is and discharge DuYal4ountyton4'Adialnutzatruc ttleaeat I t J
u j
people from which the Habeas Corpus act that Township *l. Range 20 the of to all who order tickets from us. ; .
by Captain Ward an Amencan property James over ; may deceased., __ ..,A&*{ p.mus.Jacksonvill : : :
is stricken out, the levying of taxes by the of-\ar should be stationed Hayman and Jeremiah. Hayman to satisfy aFi. Address J. & C. MAURY,Agents, January : ;
Chambers is put out of their power. The King man Fa.in favor of James L. Took,this 18th Feb. Alexandria, ; 19,1850. ,

ballly comes out and defies the age in which he at this place for the defence of the dig 1850. N. M.! MOCDY, February 26,'50. '2m ;'e '' ;; ":::,Y : }\ It

lives and dares to measures which cost and rights of our country. It is. Sheriff Benton c .
propose nity County. -- -- -- -- .,. .
Charles the First his he 'l. On the 7th of Jan. said llut on one occasion the Governor March 2, 1850.Sheriff's td8 NmW m 44W T BE 8UBSCELBEHffcnld' rtsp- 4ftl1y ia. I i !

the King, instead of signifying his consent to 10 the American Consul's house, -.-.- -- -- ,form'his friends and the pabuc generally .\ .
take th--requisite oath support the Constitution went that be jremred.a. 'fBtr roona in his dwefinghoaieoaVPlnMweetfortheaccc3iEMxk"
sent down a message iu which he proposes and, alter searching it from tup to bottom Sale, Benton at)., FJa.I BOWLING' 'rfALLEY, \BiLElARD, : : :. r.

filteen amendments.. as follows:iTo insulted his wife in the most aggravated : SHALL expose for sale in front of the Court SALOON&c. tion of traTellertasd, 'BolicJl3vtka patrca2g .r 'f'.

make the t Ministers responsible to the King mannerand they also followed JL House door of Benton county, on the ,first t Z.-- ,1 '} Y' 'those who may !happen to iaH Jac4aoatill.far .

A3 wellas to the people. No.S. To frame the Constitution him to his country seat, and with a Monday in April next,within the legal hours SUBSCRIBER has just opened on'BAT business,.;pleasure er-bealth. :'i The baildij is t

of the House of Peers in such a manner drawn sword demanded that be should of sale the following property,to wit:'One,hun- TIHE North side, one door from,. the a new.,one:and'has.besa. rweatly jCDlsrg _,' ,
its to alw iys insure him a majority., No 9. The dred and sixty acres of Land more or less bein LIBERTY RESTAURANT" Inralida.ean t (unwi ,wit ::1'OGIIiI.wjti cr t
of street
second chamber to be composed of350 membersand immediately leave the country. Suchare the North West % of Section 23, Township 21, 'corner BOWLING-ALLEY1 and BILLIARD, a SALOON., without_fireplacCfi,'ndiBay.tee fa acf bariserery f

placing it in his power to authorize certain the reports here, and I gave them Range 18 the property of Michael' Shoolts to The est blisnm9nt has been :fitted'up;entirely ,attention paid to Ujeircosfei4.iStablJag i: t

districts where there are 10,000 inhabitants to for wuut they are worth." Matisty two Fi. lo AS. issued from Justice,Court new'and the reception visitors'at is provided for trayellers' fyom*.the count.ry/....' I

elect members, in other words, cooly asking to of Hillsborough county in.favor of Thomas P.. the usual, liopen hours .fr lf .. ,* ri* The". tsrma) ._exceedingly r. '

be allowed the privilege establishing the"Hot- ANNEXATION m C ANADA.-We are Kennedy served by,t John Boyet Constableof '. ;." ',., ". t .jWM8DQNAO.. J

ten Borough" system, which obtained in England told the Telegraph, that the inbabi- Benton county, and returned :to me for sale, '-; .' "Tbe-Bar" <-t. ; ..J \,, Jab1eCl842. of ; r

before the reform BilL No. 10. To establish by friendly to the annexation this 18th Feb. 1850.. ,. ..;:; HAS been supplied" with"'the' choicestjliqnbrs.' ; to,' ''I' ., ': ;;. '! '1.1-. 4.. i.- ." r' .,- !
! a special Court.for the trial of treasonable tants Montreal, .' N. M..AlOODY, .beverages"to :everyv palate will i: 1 1OeRaI.OreT- ot f.

offences, &C., which means no more or less of Canada 10 thu United States, Sheriff, Benton;Co. ,bapreparedwithjIespatcli4',The ..delicacies I t',6-' l'J'. ExcvTTyDA2tzwr' : !

I than to establish a Star Chamber, which, perhaps have issued a protest against Earl March 2d, 1850.' 'tdsSheriff's the season will be at all times':supphed.j..Oys.'tersPartridgesVenison .' \.1, '.. :1: tJ"drK tJ Ji.js}: i

as much as single ,cause brought about Lord Steaks; &0 ene. .. ,atall ,
any Grev's Tale dispatch to Elgin. "A"NleIertiaa linereby ordered to be fcs34 iaXJL 1
notice. ::
the revolution in England. the sentiments' of hours, andopthshortest. : the8. OivijgfflrQf titeTlarMalSiJi .I i
They do conceive Sal Bentou Co. 'Ja.
'Nearly all of the 15 propositions were rejec- not. ,) The Billiard flal.iifHAS *
5 .
> '
fj 5j tia tLs ia 'l.
thsseof the people of on "Mafdat April nest,at the,
ted by the committee to whom they were reter- Earl Giey to be .SHALL. for salein/rontof the CourtHouse been imported expressly for the House 'places appointed by lawforthe elsciioaof r.

red. Tha discussion on them In the House was England, and think that even the Parliament I' : door tf'"Benton County**on (h'e first 'is of:the Jieautiful-construc- ty Officers, tars -M jV-fiTmT i tf.ifmimnmil-,. t' .

expected to take place on the 1st of February of( England cannot pronounce, Monday in April next,* within' legal )hours of -tion.,,with air and India bb r: \1Jbio & TS <") : satd DITis1ou.llt, lfJr .

'last, and upon the rote of the Chambers depend until the subject is submitted, in regu- sale the following propertyHo'witTwo1 hundred .r. TbeBsUnariitundHstIL". q. tI I the resignation of General l Jesse Carter.rsald _
putters of the highest importance. If the,pro* and acres of land'more or less: being A. ': '' ;
lar the people of Canada. i forty ; A .RE a1ojustfrornthewon4eteiy ':. 3PSGe ITjI .fira. f r
positions are rejected it is anticipated! that the course, by North. : ,
the est of
the'East U of }( Section 17, > Blio aad c hlthe 1"- m *
of all -i-..convenience. foj.beentertainmentt'and : n :
will i he Free discussion is the right nand
present ministry resign a new one appointed and North Esst of:Section lb'iTownship22 Division ,
nw" are .wHJo \ i
,the Chambers dissolved* and the policy the safe-guard against, despotismand South, Bange19"i ast(the' opetofCIjarleEnssell'to comfort. ". .of- ,guests. .beou'provide&, fmo.deotdhiaordfii1rit6J, ; i \eIr"Hinn. .,1!
.of Austria_and Russia adopted to the letter,and to Fi;;1?k>>iSsu d froiDi .... 1ljiniiti.tbe. public.tocall at
rebellion. They ask the people satisfy one.. : wtbe ;; ,'_' daj d"f I.11* ; J
th bl1izeniiiiri thenithSt I:shall ,
it'almost'is at .
the government will become, as of Madithnvor ou g"
decide wbether-thedispatCL1' is :accordance 'CnitCoun 1tYllrfF.fl ta itlI'is ako.ordered I that those*perseacsio'', 4
.111' effort to cootribute to theh recreation'EOBGE8KIFF. .
the present perfectly despotic. Every one sees orWi11iam'War 'this 18Ih'2eb185Q.1' spare no .. !
tedaslE orsofthe eettbe. .
ec ; :
and ,
that the fate Germany will. soon be decided. with ihe cppstimtion, "J. :, ,. ". :N: M1 MOODY, 1., ..rk1:,:3j h ,i',>,0 t'. ." ". 4 bef uldaoQr Countjr; and*Mi jOtl i.
should aflectheright Jsozvil1eebruaq 1 1849.., : : .
whether I lj '
Grey's opinion Shenff Benton Co. l'
,. ..,. ... ., '*iKna, .aa inspectorsfth'ee1rcllnc ebe.e. '
I : to bring any subject before Marcb. 2d/_ O':."'.U"'.- .- .td.r. H i' .. ,e '",..' ,dered-iu i _:-tr. q ',J.l '1,. ,:- "
from : .. :. 1I0TICE.. .. e
A SrECTJLATioft. late letter San I I : ; '' f.. '
,. 'the legislature\ of the country. They % } Md" 11! !bdthL'41t7' fthe'pBai
Francisco say ; i be diverted from a>gal l course I Sheriff's Sale 1 : (Vj OTICE is. hereby given:to all persons intejrIN ,boMing the .eleoU.ife.tfee Tarious'a'days -c.rr
.wjll.pot: Jic ; nj eited that four weeks from date we will '
: ,
The firm of Findley, Johnson fc ii Co,.recently t.l ll$; notice' tbto .
sold {heir.renl estate 'purchased a year agoforS20.06ot and are thus: defending tbe greatest T t. # f t' tYui Fa iul dtr :apply to the 'Hoa Felix Letingstont Judge:of three of the aost public >es. ,ia DId PairktI ,

atS300OpOj $21 JCPQ down, and 'bulwark the'countrv* liberties. :.u ';,\_'CirnitConrt; !lot Alichuar/wnnty/ :1 :Probate for the. tntyof. Dun,for Ian to sell. '- --+.;- ., h J.. .,, BaO.! ,...,.= .,

the rest monthly instalments'of$12, OOO.- t ,Bt Sun.. bays.t yt d upn and>ill expose> for the real'Property 5 belonging,to. ;the Estate'of ;' ":. ; ,Gncner&d. CVmjiqji. 6r".CKgf r .
lit'bntth'e .
The pur 1i ierlrf.| tein&Brger-has'since' been- ir.J1 the'Court H'use d oJf 'Be'ntba. James James deceased, or so muclb.reo4aswiUbii re .;}..ItA'."-,4 .tic -, ,. .--
We. IteurU. good ''y.or. : : debts ;! _... I': 4 .
offered$12,300 monthly fu. '.receuuy first'""MondayHn'Apnt'iext:withiii thf'legal i ccs3 d..i.ttri" outstaSdiog : '. ;' ": J..1'.t. t'ikf t. __ .

rent ailone,which'would thus pay'at -oric lhe- two'pers -g"ged-.to bght a irluel. hours of,sale,.fbllowingnamed! property, to at anid'tti, -r"'tt't:*:::: : --1. .. .- .TCgt&V .,< .* ;

first cost'of(ptopertv. This 81'-fair Bpecl-- Alter;thek first 'fire}'one!ot.the secorads' witr Thfe 'of8.' :>|:'f8.a: (theAy. A''W!"';?' J"if. ,;' .THOMB'iHAGAN.1.T ;Adtrh:, 'Jt.'D ,; 1.."..pit. .1 li' !P.-.l'-n.4D .

'm'tdenere.A ; I} bO'di of the 8.:W,} of;b.v3KT 'levied as the t _'" :1. !.J1IA'& U' IAMEs" Adm"L t .
daily : biik |
men of the peculation (j's d bt.tIuey'shii4d: } upon f 'I.-r
,- 1 ., .U 10 ** w 'theoiher second :'said"that property"of Jajae. M,"Bites, to' sat1jan ExecutionuxfaTor -]: "t:!":J'"."nlI_<..,.Febii'' :'ijilfJ-. ..._;l850, ....;...fti...., 'J 11".a .- "f. tUillr.P.FiNet.A 7 ,', ,' ,
lady raiding in'.Amity' ,street N. and malce tip. of Fag >! _r 1'f ut.h r J..eto : '
young : .Stephen
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their.n'and' i!
Y-, WAS robbed in an omnibus on thee 6th lulL he'sawuo necessity for tha!, for .- '. w -i-ti %"T'.M- MOODY, ; ;,,. Hi -msX118"'Wft. account.r I 1. '4t, ,U 't,1 I'. > : 7
of a $140 'wbiC 'sum,' more-. shaking ever sii lhev it .? heriff. ;f- 't) <- i. -' -., ,1"'x'I'. ; r-1f'-rt 0.m' ,I.L31EB' 1 .
purse containing ha rbe BentcaCo.f A ,
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dres- ; _.. ) i.t-t I
wedding 'j ; >
ccti :
she t
ever waa about to expend t % 2d .rtd 1'J lf ;;;
l t.&jai.:14iikee Blz4e.g .. 1J.w uuu. ;.f. w-e ..' V;" Ul, j !L. 'i AT raw omcx .
j. T ,,_ ', r. 1"ttnxz. YtoU"li. '
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-bl., : .f'iJ ,- >':0,; of < II'' ;.i' ::1' ly unable. wAlk and waas trttpiewsa'aeilli 1.

; i -?r f-.,, !,I..: J. : i' ST.. ,. AUGUSTINE., ..;., Jf, .:,' f.f.t'. 1 jf'1j a.' ,sbe ;commenceS iitaparjlli 2}| IS
-1 I
immediately IjegantowgaiahexstreaSi
mS'\VELL: 'ti <
t ATLANTIC & : : tJOMPANY.I ) >..KNOWNJL EA1L4flME her complaints:left her and after
it ; taxlsgiejjj
f. : ; ; Ic
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f.'J''J'I i t T IS hereby.ugll il'ljtheintentionof N ,. .1hns-of late undergohe.thorohgh paitsj ral' bottles she is restored. Being *, j kj!
1 : and'is now reopened theireceptioaOfjcouHpany. I;
; .. the Atlaat-i a ncTOttifRAilroad Compal&Bp'iny f .. ,- _'. <'_. ...., .,_ *? &$sJf. ,.8 ::apa fi ;! .ny OOli' to1.JDD p '1ts, .\ J1f tlet .ttt TillS INSTjrcprciONiWlLL''BE OPENED ON, Tiles 'well earned reputation: vrhich this 'House' _. S S She used: A number\offtmtdi that done UIno SEI

ld at thinex.:meetl g,.f the. Gene- tbi! first Monday in Jane nest,at 9 o'clbclcA., Mr has acquired{,it is the intention-of fhe present ;_ S Cs, .good. previously.v' JOHN-1 ldULLEN ou reapectlll1: ,.
L tt raY Assembly of Flbtlda.._ J1"1' in Jacksonville, East'Florida. proprietorto sustain e ,?*j r tJtt4tJt' I S ____ ., J
.{ JNOt mb448t9i';. i'fAi : n i.3mb'KNetir rooms'trill, be fitted for the 1- :.
Separate up accommodation Evoty ,accommodation-wHl-be; extended-to, ttn.
-* "- ? 2 TOTHEJLADIESDa.TowNBXRD7 ; ;
t 4 i ; ; .. of young Lads and Misses, where guests 'Invalids .travellers and others wiH I ri : _\ ;
j LaiidP :' T P.l'8f.f % they will-be instructed in the Elementary and tlesirable3Ut"h situated facing ,GRFLIT''XMAZE MEIilC
1;. :1': ii l'11/' if ,, '!di : find tbts house : h.J a ,. . 'Nti :
\ higher branches of nn English and classical ; "t long :
the south'TTith-darkpiaiia3i75/f n
1 IJlNrg K- SiMj
.id/j a Aaiuji is
tufJ a 101
: iybi > :Education, and youngmen'.will ,be fitted for with>court ;yardin front,),and protected{from: and -
> for
.\ r fillS 1ft. d if 1L\rter 8p t1n lh 4uintit1lliei '.College or for professional life, in the Latin and I northeast winds,;hThe*ooms are eligibly situated -, ; ii 1 1ANTIRELY' .. 'forJhe speedy; cure!, Incipient!. consumption 1I4

.Ial 1fijos"JI" m fo 1t 'tF&mil'. ii, .Greek classics,, and:.inthe.,. :'Philosophical and. large and,dry thebuilding;. fixtures,'&9" :" ,g GTAB1JE'COMPOUNti: matter;'general whether prostration the'result of or.th.'l1at inherent!
distabce iii ih nTJandgrowing village. Mathematical. sCleri s., / beinfnew. The House,'builtx>f.wood: ,is.lathed csLOr'eansesjpt'oduced
'of"Tampa.tAbont; P-.h. \'r!U .cleared an-i !has Arrangement. *. and plastered&c.> .'- In a wordy it'jto bmU ex>. THIS MEDICINE was prepared:by a regular accident. ; by-'irregularity' Dba_.
; been in AttltS *.**SAMT-twoe'r.t"'"-inHlki. boil'is' .. ,and is the result'of an extensive : t.
; wtCrnraignt n l'! r gci&I"tdepIr; '' 1Wet1 THE YEAR will be divided into four quarters pressly for the purpose.' > r 4 r "i-ri' the.'t'ith"themany' : practice several'years in a bilious climate '-Nothing can be more'surprising'.than i ivigorating i
about.12 weeks each .with,intervening\ vaca. advantages:cpmbinea, : themselves effects the human.
\ known;forqtS lirge" 1ield-l 6f' L cttzi.ThWatei i those ?Those who have used-it ,or ,on frame :!l
i ; -.' tions.The day will have two sessions: the first, present proprietr s8,1/Mrs DAVIS,'assures seen Its salutary 'fects upon others.-need, no sons all weakness and 'lassitude,front taiuM,
zii iJ I
i iri TrnI; .1 pt'ci. .
;pure, e ;from 9 to 12'MV and the second from 3 to'.5 P.M patronizing the house that. t demy, htth7.:: ev rJ.l' h ndr Vcthei" a r be to please. "
I & c ) Wednesday[mornings will ppointed to
i< |i ii' .i''rb ii.begovzaenan&simtla 4L. ,'l ntS. rJ i 6dt "rel'mtion r.tlle whole: rTJiQ'be.in ,exercises in English coiiiposition and declama Very. respectfully, .1' THE,,..PROPRIETORSt. _--. .11' 'this medicine, when ajll other remedies',have-! ,nervelessness' -of the female frame,which jj&"

failed. Ita..operatid1i".3 not"iimPl1,; suspend: :great cause of barrenness.. j
geis whtchiatftr.i liJ1 ejg !.ng' !o S a ndf >tion.After tho first term, nc pupil will be received, Augustine, Oct.:20, 1849. ( thedisease/ora: time'but i to purify the sys-;. It'will not 'be expected of us'In cases tf t I
extensiveWith |
priarie .are quite : or near the beginning of the session N B. Attached to the house is fine stabling, health. delicate nature to exhibit certificates
C .except ,tern, and restore it.to.so'undzfadlperfeet : of cj l lperformedKbut
DTeDlPnt 1IfpubUciaid .IS
.1Q ; 1Eit an&.al1'fiz,
i ,and .no pupil:for less,than one term. carriages, horses, :ponies :boats A.Email,.Treatise on ',the t'ca'twes.treatment; '"e'can assure the affiicttd tbif C
: 'rd'arresi3enee .
""overlooking ;
: scene sur- for excursions. oct.27 Sm ,,
tures '
and and otheriliseasesdfbiliousjclimates .hundreds of cases'have been oa.7Ti
T' i'don.Re:1dingWriting of fever.and
: pasing beauty. The terms will be.mvle: known'by'Spplicdtioif : ,_cure ,ague reported to \ us'

S ut.K 1Wt Fl I&iidatoi1s and.Arithmetie, $0,00 .Boot nnd Shoe, ..;'Si ore'f. : .,".may be had" gratis of,the:un- .' ,'TOWHSKKD/ -My' wife being greatly'" !' ocao
t S5 LTt.4 tillS/ JCt-T-ff "-*. J::"UJ"'*1ST1RK.t Higher Englishiitudies, 8,00 dersigned. tressed by weakness and:.general;drl ",114
1D .lt H349.J.t J.J4 -ll 6m11 Philosophical and Classical studies, 10,00 THE. :SUBSCRIBER. ,.'having taken Also, numerous certificates from men of the 'suffering contkruslly by .paIr:md Yi11:

t 4 > .q>.fl. .- -fe' ,., One'half the price.of tuition,according to the _.tI..im. up his residence* permanently in hig es respectability, )testifying the. great diftitulti ...aud"havingknown cases''IbtnJ01aJ a:

[ SI/Aefficacy.of:this medicine, can be seen on application medicine' has effected .great 'cures;: eda1Ie: ,

T t atU"'n V XC vAdTHE and the balance at the end-of each term. the public that he::is now prepared to hearing recommended for such casetislltid
to carry on the Boot and Shoe business all t T. 0.HOLMES & CO. described, I obtained -bottle'of ycur.Eitmtj
.BlitbO QuarterlrI Reriews. Board will be provided in Town at reasonable materials'directly ,
he obtains all his
its branches. As
'OwiNo to the-lite'Tovolutioiis: 'and't counterrevolutions nxtes per month,..for Pupils from the country from New York-he will be enabled to Agents for Jacksonville and Vicinity. ofSarsaparilla'and: folkrwed the'directions j |

:amongithe nations.of Europe, which ; and iPi\rent8.1md; Guardians, who may desire furnish custom work at much less price and Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849. 6m gave me. In a short periodit'reniuvedhereQK
plaints and restored her .health.
avail themselves the facilities of this BtiMj
have followed each ether in
8uch.quick succea- of far superior qualitythan has, hitherto.been DB..TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful for the benefits 1Ihe received
tktnd the Institution for the education of their children lta1.
sion and of which t" lea- '
typo yej He trusts'that.the
; fellow.cittzens.
accessible to his '
in thus itand 1
exertion "SARS PARILL pleasure acknowledging J'e05
and others be assured tiB.no. ..
Greiit"Britaih71iave"' come'invest may 1
j ding; periodicals : whidh has already been extended .
patronage mending it to the public. ,
j f dl.i Ji'a degree of interest hitherto un. will be spared to enstll'ethe"health, comfort to him and fornwhich he.takes this occasion This ExtrA t.is put 'UP"'R'tpat bottlts-it is :
be ) MOORE cor. of Grand Lydina 1
of all who : & .
known._ They -occupy mjd tween tbehast.ydLjointecI, neces&ivily im- entrusted to the care of Principal. continued. .. to any sold 4t'cures diseases'without. .
the and the elab- ,RUFUS -:"SEW ALL, Principal TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED'LABW! tlC
I perfect cordsqt newspapers, Repairing of all fcinda executed 'with' neat vomiting,purging,sickenrng debilitating thepa- !
1 I orate. andppnjderdU3' treatim. to be furnished N.. B. Pupils in Town, will be, expected to neSs'and despatch, directly opp 'sitii''the"BitL1ARD -' tient and is particularly ad&.ptedfor a This Extract Sarsaparilla has been ex j/mt 1 te

; by the'-historian at a future 'Jay. Whoever provide seats" and desks. Chairs are recommen' SALOON in Bay Street..BENJAMIN. 1 FALL'
I I I'. .reads thts( .periodicals obtains a, correct and ded. [Republican copy;] 6.-MILLS. The great beauty and superiority of this Sat No femak who has reason to suppose'she is'spIprofkshingthat

'connected account of ull.the important. pclitrcal If.tiy'19t849.. *tf 'Jacksonville, Sept. Stb, ;1849. 6m. saparilla, 'over alhtherTemdiec3'is, it eradicates critical period, "the turn of lift'] 4e

events of Mttfeold 'wMld i theybecur, arid --i4&s; 0 Ni-noTiL; ,& disease, iq invigorates the should neglect to lake it, as it is a certain pr*j

learns the various conclusions druwn from;them :fl. It. ,REID, & :0.1KEsSRS. body, consumption ''Cured., nntive for any -of the numerous and:horrili! n

; by the)leading spirits of the age. The.Ameri- 'leas cleanse and strengthen, diseases to which iimales are subject t i. r
; & CO.
: 1 .c n' bUs1iers.therefor&deemft proper to call llilltL 'R. having consumption can be cured, time of life. This period-may'be'd l ayed'fdl, i

;' J renewedattiention to the'works'they -republish rpBE SUBSCRIBERS havlngtaken a lease If.1. ed the Wharfand the buildings.with attached their, 'bronochitis, consumption, liver1 coirtplatot., several years by'using tbixTnedicine. lorl.l'ess i:

.I ;and the v loTrprices at'which they 'are offered JL: of the. Hotel formerly.occupied by Mr. are now prdpareil in connection HARDWARE 'colds, coughs;Mcatarrh, 'asthmd,'pit"Lting valuable for those "who "aie approacLLtjl I

.to subscribers. The following .i is their WOOD respectfully -solicit ontinuation of. DRYGOOD: 'GROCERY, 'ESTABLISHMENT of'blood,s soreness in thehest, 'womanlitWd, as it is calculated-to assist natcn! e

1 i I list,,viz- .. the extended patronage which has hitherto' AND MISCELLANEOUS'COMMISSION hectic. flush, night sweatsdifli-, by-quickening the. blood and invigorating thi e
t bestowed this 'well known estab- to do a GENERAL J. cult indeed thislnedichie is invahiable fn IaH
i. THE: LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW been upon or profu expectoration system. ". I
lishment. In order the better merit it they BUSINESS. and pain the diseases to Vhwhwonwn are l ett.
J! THE.EDINBURGHJIEVIEW, have -enlarged :-thoroughly -repaired the Their charges are established ;-by the Savannah : 'in the side., &c. It braces the 'wholesystem, .renewsipexmca,*:

TilE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, building,and adopted many improvements to rates. have and ently .the natural energies Tby removing Urij
and comfort their They are the Agents of the U. S. Mall ben1'p.fL 'of the )
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, promote the health guests.The can impurities body-not eo far strnmlatisj* .
old friends of the house will certainly Steamers fit this place, and are now enabled the system as torroducea subseonentrelzti

: .BLACKWOOD'S WD deem it an advantage that the tablewill be under tooffereviry facility to the Merchant, Planter Probably theTr :never',Was a remedy thaHna: s tion,-which'is t1e"case of.nrcst medicines takofoV '

EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. ;the superintendence 'of an experienced and the.Publicgenerapy. .been so successful in desperate cases of consumption female Veu&ness and disease.
The abovePeriodicals: are reprinted in New Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves Goods consigned to their care will be receiv. as this; it cleanses and strengthens the DISEASE OF ThE & .& ', 2VP.fU.RE .' oi

\ York, immediately' on their arrival by the Britjsh they shall not be rivalled by any Hotel in the ed and forwarded with despatch. system, and appears to' heal the ulcers'on the AKD L'ROP&r.Nvw i
I steamers, in a beautiful clear type, en tine the constant steam Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situated .' : YORK
J South, being-nowenabled by lungs, and th6 patients gradually regain their July. 5J2,1846.
white and aro failbful. copies of the originals. the Wharf. .
paper, > communication with Savannah and Charlestonto convenient to usual health and strength. DB. TOWKSEMJ-Lear firi y ilei V

: Blackwood'ai Magazine being an exact facsvmue have the advantage of the 'fine markets of Palatka, St.John's River, E. F, January 13, CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There been affiicted with a disease of fbefcetfrtj
't' of.the Edinburgh edition. ; those Cities. In addition they bringto the business 1849. lyHOLMES is but with a terrible rupture foreverfifterti rnn .
scarcely day there area
In these,periodi ls are contained the views, an experience of many.years,-which'will : number of cases of Consumption passes reported as I the greater purt "t the .time -irhe t .fca'

.moderately. thbugh\clearly and firmly expres- enable them to judge better the means: of at & CO.. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The troubled with homes ofbreathnnd.rgrt-aftvt

eeU,,of the three great pirties in England-To.ry tending the wants of.those who'visit the mild HOLMES & CO., have removed fullowing was recently received: tertogof the heart;VtJch'!has 'been 'Te>yrdS I]

.. ;;Whig, and Radical::-lBlackwood"the. and the climate Florida, forthe purposes'of-health MESSRS. of Merchandize to the large DR. TOWWSEND-Dear Sir : For the last! tressing, and 'has frequently "been 'muib1ef1.
-6 London Quarterlyare'.Tory; "EdinburghReview" occupied by the United States leave her bed. The Rupture Vcsvtty' hri'
and the." V estminster Review"Liberal or pleasure. building formerly three years I ha'vebeen afflicted with general
t ( Whig;, British) Review"' its THE INCREASING reputation Which the climate known as the Government ,Building. They debility, and. nervous fonsumption of the last andsevere. 'she fr1edalmosterry itfee'dy'k.;
The/"North owes Florida in the estimation of their stock the late arrivals suca'casessith but little 'benefit.Steii' idt
\ 'the of possesses have added to by stage,and did not expect to ever gain my health .
lost ecclesiastical
I establishment to}, great the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods. at all. After going through a course ofmedi- had taken'ut three bottlts 'of yctfrlexeelqt] |
Scotlaul and is not ultra in its
I \ movement in other pulmonary diseases, has nduced a Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &<., &c.;' cine under the care of some of the most'distinguished medicine Vas'ebtirely. relieved oi te'dite
f, views onanyoaeof,.tlegriA LdepartDient8 of vast increase of travel to this State, during the which they ore prepared to 'Sell at reduced regular physicians and members the of ftIe hedrt, tfd the ujitore %as Jet.""atirely
: human kiiowl age;'It was originally edited.bjrDr. of those who'seek the 'disappeared.'Shelia's .
. fall and winter months .
prices. Board of Health in New York and elsewhere,
L : Chalmers, and now,since his death. is conducted relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,-and in They are new prepared to purchase Cottons, and spending the most -of myearnings in*attempting '' Wd 'tfce'di'esy-J! 'Wd VtfS'%j| I
-m Dr. associatedrilh1SirDavid.Bfew6ter.
l, by his f5: l -liiW. '"Jts Hanna literary charac- view of this fact, subscribers have determined Hides, and other produce of the country, at the, to regain my health, and after readingin niuchs'Wol1en. Vie hid to idea-tb6 t' heu ;
__ their exertions to merit the cash advances be so ben fit d.'ns theiffd'ftich
n H that patronage I highest Market rates, and'make some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved a ctALplicstiogofdisessfs.
j f \ terYisof"the very: high t.order..under[ that The title Westminster1' which shall be bestowed upon them 'shall'be on consignments to their friends in Savannah to'try it. After using ix'bottles I found it -ihit it las' as strarge csit,nay arJ 5>'

i though ii ptblishediiEnglanduu4et'the BTJFF1NGT0N & COX. have new article of Wrought Iron that this statement is 'SO"s rilDge 'astosjjibf; .
i "and Westminster" it being They a your office; with your advice 1 kept on, and do
t 'Quarterly Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849. tfn Ploughs' -to which they would respectfully call most heartily thank you foryour advice. 1 persevere almost 'like=&cticn.-fat ifis.lle\l"rti1ehf?, *cl\:
in/act a. ,,the-fewo Reviews form r1 The Charleston and the Savannah reality. Ycrtfr Sn IlfDj.i11n' is 'certainly'r !
t. j ; Mercury, the attention of Planters. in taking the SarsapariUa,and have been L
I 1 ly published. arii reprinted the uudfsr_ seperate: this tie Georgian will please copy the above Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846 tf able to attend to my' usual !labors for the last tiable taedfchieand rfrculd be uud 1'1 e11
It has therefore advantage by
tles. ,
that is sufferine have been. "lfm
until forbid. 'One as we
in work.the best.features four months, and I hope by the blessings of Goo -
combination of uniting one -
\ Sale. disbelieve this iiJer1i
Land for and your'Sarsaparilla continue,my health.- account, they are' tt t.|
of both as heretofore issued. Law Notice. 'OR SALE,between nine and ten thou helped tne beyond the' xpectat ODs.of.all that airat my fcbirs: and laive ccular dcmonstradu
t' 9 four.copieaof any or all the above'works JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. sand acres of Land,'situated in Nassau knew CHARLES ,-QUIMBY. Yours, respectfully

V wilJesent J to one, address on payment of the reg HAVING left the State for California 1 County, partly near-Nassau and partly near St.bry's .Orange my ease., Essex.CorN.J., Aug. 2, 1847.."' 'V1ITf: %1 TOWSER) 1 JamcMt1' )
subscription for three-the fourth Col.
copybeiBg'gratis. transferred business to
my Rivers ot'theW'atermanGrant.
being a portion
: .
Slate of NefIJ'Jf.TStY, County, M.-CHas
; Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with The above is heavily timbered pine Quimby being duly sworn' according law, on DYSPEPSY. 'I

n J -.( :- 'TERMS. Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to land, conveniently:situated upon>water,courses, his oath saith, that..the foregoing statement.i* No fluid or D1'e.jdil has ever been discotR;
a close.I with the exception of about five hundred acres ed which so nearly resembles thl"'pltricj1lid:
for anyone of the four Reviews, $3,00pera'm true,accotding to the best of his ktio\y ledge,anc
.. for any two, -. do. 5.00 ," The Militia claims in my charge will be attended of heavy 'hammock land upon the' St. Mary's belief. CHAS. 'QUIMBY. i or saliva in'deccmfOMcg feed and strengthen

.\' .orany.three, .').'>?do7or.Blakwoods 7D0" to ,by myself, in connection with CoL River. The whole or any'portion'.will. be sold Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange the organs digestion as this preparation jf|
Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Wash- for cash Apply to. ) Snnnpn l1a. It positively cures ii']
F9r.alfuroflhC.ReieWs :',OO 'c. ,/cheap, the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS, BALDWIN, every Cl
i ine ington and every effort made by usjointly to WILLIAM fflCKMAN dyspepsia, h01\'cveisenre fhrcnic.*
; >Iaga -3,00 :: Justice of the Peace
Fori'Blackwpod: three, lieyiewai 9,00,- .. prosecute them to a successful result. I have Jacksonville;M r h17 1849.. ,tf ? :" '- BANK: DEPARTMEIST ALBAFY, May 10,18451
four Reviews. 10 authority to collect the money due-on these DK. towl"nl\D-Sz7".- 1 have been aff.icWjJ
.- or Black 1 ood andj .( JM AdDl TWO CHILDREN SAVED.
ielrnlft' 'Wetter, .
: .(iyJne7its; I o fcariddcin oil cases advance. claims, as I have always preferred. to have in whatever the months 'after,date, shall present my ac. Very few'families indeed-in fact we have for seteral yel1tith,disppia in its tii|
'. be appropriated placed attended with l kx
money may SIX form fcourmfs of stcn&cb. |
: CLUBBING.. counts and vouchers as Administrator of iiot heard 'of one- -that used Dr. Townsend'sSarsaparilla ;
communications should hands of n local paymaster, such as the-parties the I in time lost- ,children the appetite, 'atre 1e heartburn, and 'a"'jrrt|
.*#* Remittances and select after the act of their re Estate Ramon Sanchez, deceased,to the any past '!
interested may aversion to llkixids-vf-fOod vnd fcrv-irefts 1
.I be always addressed,{kos paid pr fra.nkel1.to GREGORY YALE. Honorable. Judge.Probate of St. Johns,county summer, while..tlose, did not sickened and >;
\ the paelishers. .. .\'v. ,, '. '; \ ; lief., tfIn for a final settlement of said .Estate and 'died,, Theceitifiate. 'we publish below is conclusive (what I could'en!):! have,' been,'Unable to retia|

:- : LEONARD1SCOTTi&CQ; August'_'u_281849._ thn.11.,nt. the. RJim. time urmlv. for Lpt.tern'nf- Di. evidence ofits value, and is only'another but a etao 11 portion on.'. stcwirch. "Itried l
oJ --- -- ---- ---- --- -- ------ --
: -re- wi
usual .rem |
: bad but little t
,.. I7:r.FuLi)(.sl'iE&i.New York Circuit Court, Columbia. Co. 1 mission! as such Administrator,of which all per instance its saving.the lives of children:. diesbUt'thry

: :_ _. : ,''',..:.i ." :-:4tr- i c' -,.-54'.G- Jld'it. f f* Eastern Circuit of F1oA1dajiCbnwery. J} sons: interested in said Estatefare'dered: !Ito 'DB .To*Ns>Dear 'Sir: I had two,'children :ed effect ahouttwO'montbs in'removing the.ccmplaint.iiiCe'to ybtV'Exf"1.WES hwhjg

4- I take notice.MAURICE,SANCHEZ 'cur,ed byyour Sursaparilla.of.the summer try.
ebool.fBook$. .' ,
., ,- .
130 T- : I and of Sarsaparilla 1 must 8i- r .1ittTe'fidence ,
'j'J .Administrator.! complaint dysentery one was only 15
Book1 'klth'Gr inmBlak'sRhetoric ri-; T. SMITH / "" but alter i1ft: btt1ei ,
Towns 11. using
Spelling BLBUT ) ;
; St. Augustine, August 18th, '49. .:6ni months old and the other 3 years. They were
* Bill for Divorce. found lte.res.to1'fll.nd the f beaitbz
.. y 8. very much reduced,and,expected they would my apJ. ;
i "AtercroraWe's Pbll'by/ 'Chambers Drawing: f. EDA SMITH. I New Books!' New' Books.l. die;; they were. given up by two respectable entirely .rtmo'Yed-abd'l.trou1d' ea 1 11ttfii:

Scholars Companion ,tIfIdo", tChrnistry, J' I APPEARING to the satisfaction of the TUST Received and" for 'sale by,. the- subsctr-. ; physicians. When.the informed us that commend the use of it to tbtse wbt )haV.'bf |
( :-aTi8FiTVLS i Ofl'" ;' do; :Z. 1 ogy"2ci.doC 1 Court by;Affidavit. made in,this cause, that tl ber-" fI' j W Lmust'1ose:4them.w resolved to'try1 your ,afflicted as. :1 .have been. Ycu1\\t-1. -.|

I SchoofArithXDCtlC -'. 4tde' TasuiyofI Eda Smith, the Defendant, residesout; .of eState THE CRATER. or VULCAN'S PEAK, !Sarsaparilla' we had heard so much'of,'but had 'W.-W.-TAN-ZAMD) ,l

,;i: ,i, 4v'f '; '.Knledge, of, Florida .and in the State.of Georgia. 'A Tale of the Pacific, by"J. Fen nlmot Cooper. little confidence,there being so much stuff ad. N.''B. ,Purchase none but such as have*ri-|

i do 'Algebra ( ; It o'. -Physiology' On raotionof complainants Solicitor,2tis ordered, I'. Price 50 cents.' ..yertisedthat is worthless: but we are ers that bide, the bottle": completely'snil b1the'writte tJ

.aa reDrGi6m tril Burritt's Geogra.phlLinoo1n's That the said Eda.Snaith, do appear and' answer THE'RAID,OF GOMEZ.1;"25 cents.; ,: ., 1 that we:did/for it'undOubtedly'saved very'.tha.nkf D signature of 8.P.: 'lOWNSEND.*' |
I *' .'5 .'aniAtlasfHedges ; filed in this Court within THE .FATAL"ERROR .,"iU.', : Office 126 Fulton-st.Sun Bail Wy.
.' Betanyf3'; the Bill of Complaint } the lives.of both.' I write.thls ,that others may Principal :,-
1 "J.lit.chellOeogrophy & Logic '.four months,1'or the said Bill will be taken. for By the Countess of Blessi gton.,2 cents. .induced to use it.' ? ,Yours respectfully YirKedding &'06: State-el,* BostciDiDi80r..811 *

Atlas, ..jTtfwOParker's iLitQq Speaker, :confessed j provided r ;copy of. this"order be'pub- ''THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, H'. -JOHN: WILSON,Jr.Myrtleavenue &' l32 North''Second-st.'Philadelphiatl": !

First ,Lessons: ,,WiU rd's U. States, l lish d'In some Newspaper the Eastern rcuit'of.Floridanc&atweek A'Tate 'ofthe'Mezican U'aJ..25 cents. -. ,Brooklyn, Sept15,1847.;; ; 8. fiance, druggist BaltimOreDuvol k)'

1do1chool lh1lOs! ,.Chamber's Geology) _, .. .forthesjaace of four, THE VIRGIN OF THE81JN>< Richmond; P..M. ChaliestoDiIY; : :

onhy, ( ryr-. yl '':arkerJiBher '" }m6nthi. ;"I" ; J A Romance of the last Revolution in Pent-.25 cts.. ''"4;._".*tJ' *LN4TIC4SZttJM',->.'t i- &io.131'( hart res. t. NewOr1eanaiOS4] &
m ;' -,1 ty} (fnDA School Books,' t "'' "C "*"' Tab: DOUGLASS ,i .' < *_ CHARLES DEWAAL. ,,, Jmes.CummiBgs- ne of the ASSIS1Siii1 Pe rl-et.Albany} .B.Van' u kirk'29 rccz'.!.
.an )lJ UOol ,"t ,,6, ) C-e. ft i < ..1lttj.I I Lunatio'Ayslum1;Blackweirslsland.'is I 41t
.blhJl f1'rL .J dige c. c. Jacksbaville, Se'p: ];1849. : Market and."Brosd-ste:'ewark; N1J/
9th 3ftin pr. Jr. r. j '
irentleman si okeri'6f in the followinjr letter .. '
d..A.t ILi 'Nor.20th K49.i'l < \ > : principal Driggists and Mercaanivgesathroughout tr
j tI 'H:)11lH : .REED. f: -
.iJJJm i Clerk of the Circuit Court Jacksonville Female ,. Institute. ". u1 lf JBHEUM.4.TISMi : -J: the United States Westlnd1cs
: 'lIl ..:.'. 2"i O oilo '4-v 1 ,ttu ". ( S.SCil olloua. ; ', .
: ; .4' -. ,,. ..,.- in and for said County do hereby Certify that the 'fPHE Commit e,9f Direction/.have adQpted 9H This is only'one of more'than four thousand '.'he'Catlada : ,A.:M..BEED; Agent' J'

\"WJ.J."oj''P,1iO., TIC' 'r.. .tl{rHiI 1&;&" lflj above is:atruecopy.of: J ,9r ginat order .in the ,"j'JL .the(ol1owlngre u1atl "; f.lkB bases of rheuuth.tlxnthat,Dr.;.Townsend's SarspriU4ia ,;. .- S 'JackscnUIYboiI' 1

I 'i'. &&have appointed"T*O.HotMES our" ?GeneralIAsentand -I!jI .fi&ove stated case,as appears from tie filesof.. said ''., ,The scholastic year..is to consist of four terms' : '.. cured-Thp;-,h108 eevereandchronic. _' ::Peb 3ry .1848...i 1y'Noiice ";f
.,. .
) ofeleveaweekseach. . .
!, : M':3. Attbra'ey; to settleafayujdll :? 'CourU.7. 'f .- !1. MI.!, r' :! !h .:cases are 'wee1tfreradioated., by,its'ex-. .: .
I .bnsiaess in the'ame of Palmer&Ferris.cTo .'. Witneasrnylia& a14'this ;;prthogrophy: mdingwriting; and'-arithmel traordinary: j virtues I.U'. '.f ".'P' -: ,.. ." .. 'i : ; 't.

I .: -.receive alldebts Jiie:-this finauof '1 '. Seal l.of said. Court at'the' tic'per term, $4,00.,]The(abeith English .'{; UUiQ&J>Hr *r.rwii.llsIsUNDiSep 14:1847. -. e4Jj
has 1
: :1 lj>. 'BEAt J'"Court' Ho at'Alligator gnnnnwr and Geography, per ter1n$5Qo.Tb DaTownsai-.Dear' ; .1iaveanffeed" T'- ; ,le*
1.1. :.,
t t'U; : !:; .'" .-4bDet;&" b1-lBo o' 1. '** 1. above- with the ; formerly occupied by Wr.IJ ti'
: .'.:.....: ;toi'.Duius'V deceased.eii laBaidsCountyf;this 3thr.V : higher.branches :;of an:*English rrib1y (or Jit e.1e rS vit _thorheum tIsni; '
; ,
.c4thenrice-a known ,
1JL 'Iv.: d&r aewbra bayatreet, ( as lIm'a-old: ,BcerI
NI : All persons having demands''agaiMtl! Palmer .f4" .. "1.> 1. SCABBOKOOH.V natural), eenUU and mural Fhilosbhy, Botany i __ r i Id: hiajns .w : .
7 ; &FthpriDiu3F'eITi1deCeasede'WiU pre -- v > 8DY.wLO fit h1IDaD4)
..3rI may see to patronize
Cl rk'CciDecember Chemistry,GeolQgy.AsUvBomy, Rhoric,Logic id11imbsJwere terribly; swollen.0 have used
ent the same tO.1foImesforpymentandJ : them that
{ and Evidences (&ri8tiaaity > snres : no pains will be.spared tO.surheircorntorL.
: 15th 1849. '4m .per(4ej P1..6JOO"l1Ch ftrar bottlef! f.your&rap Hlls.and
indebted to Palmer & Ferris brxDa- theyhayedo .
all persons i\'*4 1. A omniodipn8 stohle!!%
; ,
J quarter to be paid totheTreasurer. 'in ad :
mcOtkan pt dollars worth
: i Tiu3Ferris'are,requested to ciUloaT.aHblmcs&r .' '(H.I ro1ic e., ." vance. -.. tached to the establishment, -and'.eeri; :
settlement and mae paythent.ita'tit t",l.ri"l}' : -1 i f J.Jr $ "j>!.20twl..J.am. so much''better ..lode 4'arn. '
\ mHE subscriber; shes to hiref by.the year The selman.wiD t>9un PjFERS-u u -
< z8AItAU 0J
t I t ,:f 1 '.1 :: t:1i; lI et.Dfu.wdeoJ..i, !H .b,fefroai:,1st;)!January]next; three : or-: four .tion c of an experienced feniae: ,teacher-*:.:*'** 'thiSJ rtl1 '6enefit fth fflicteii.. 4 $ r I : who'* may- th1iipr-'p- to stop with b

< -la IDATIO L. good negro men to work in his steam saw mill.in Provision i has:been:znadef'opnstructior: in ',YO Ui t( 1Jt.nJAMES.4c. "= J .wi.RIcHT9 "
)j { } .GSf C ODYlUE.Fi 1):2 :1848'W'w"
|;: f l \.T Okul1rillai"JaD lat'J PALMER.tf; 'his placeifor; which"lA eral.agea for the year Lallni french Pointing!! ud..drawing andtMuwWch ..riu ) &COULD,,'MOT..WALK. : '"-..,'r' _. : .t't

n :, J' -. 'v : lUb.ITi': t (*-l 'tf J1 :' ,,i. -, :. .&' .tor"' "dUfohiX-..'tf W ;. tUDide., .i .'l''fLt 'Dr wsseadVSamparilla ktieY. .- ,: ; ,:

I 1.'iD: Xitl1Ot. rt ii.. rAltP!, ".Jt't. .Jt JAS'B.COLE, f .; The.'..a.ot". CQmroenceaOJ1 the 8th"'t', o-. Vy best reiaedy'for:female omplaiiitS'there i iflpo . .VHU'OTIBJ _. '" ... -
} 11 ** '*"*** *>"'i.J.' ti j : H f'J f ..Gafey'a. ,. Ferry-. *! D--.a, CFla' ,,.DediU849i,-' ; _;,:tlj' I ,qernext.. .-. f 1fmf4J' zrdtdbe rifd1 : !Disputing{ tlioosands,'And. jthousaud j.of lEPXS of)subscription'to the,

4A.. teJP .Cous1 ,Pec14teiA, l1Q1 and f y'f :'ApplictIofor'. : .. .. ,. .,,. '! i ..akAndt.de iUtft. f"Pmiles;tha ,:. ..pro&66A. .. ..stociof.tb.eAUsnUcandGtiUKCompany : <
'b" \l $ JJ.nb.. a1d: .qDPlr .'i\ t'fi'tiirJ.. 'ijJ; ; F <, ;,"Co1WAU.. il...; i- 1J."tDi., *coo;i T.' >*" .f f* *5rftlft:.t (. *>j .w-allC\l I.l.M'4iaeases.' \ 5: .to.--':"'ti c" d 1"}"ea ANsubj ; JYJ1BeoPlled.the,City,bl' $L

; .: l tlA} N.REED. 4 LLpeon4ebe4* o.2Aline J$b'e il byIL. .i'TH"' ty-sir-*1j' -CoixzmL9v xtDlRCQTXOJK j i-tt T nt' t t! 1til nt fob gustine.. atot'SebriiextjLifl be. m ilQV.m..A. Focwsri,JWlat'
I6i rJOf 1 o:6 fcVV **' /S *' > 1 1"f
: a, : ._..notethatUr.PEuer&u'y..or, rt .iIere t ". W-J& ;i'J K WANIBlfcji.'l4 ;'hda1tli i.u 3);t :gjj q'l t ; n' <.{!.'" n1DeqclOct A.Alf1 on TH daytte2AUi*[ |
.. $ f. '!) :t'I1 ffft.tf, ;tiiU.(3' "H' ,} ; ;
J. 'f ; '
1 _" _ _ ._ : ;at JAeliU? : is not'autborIze4'b'izsto flU;; iia Dr."tr' D. HOLLAND. : IH. 1Q 1' f .f Ht : NcYoa,6ept23i84.1the bo ontinu e4 '

t lINW teceJa"a v fi oney on oUraoooiint. .0jSSfj4gA.M.REfiD; ; lt iD 'jTOwJ'f8i zt 1 r untilthewlioIdstocki3taken.' .. .
fiTna ; -.JFB .jt'J -, h'1,!'' t ., | }; D t "
.! "JtAStUL1Ut. '
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: f. 1Cfr! last jbeem 'erjr sick &na fa Leb' jiti.bl hAlCot e .
'. ,f'I' ""f,pt4odt .a-t'f" t1ffT fA 'lap ALMER&PBRBIS.;tI ''BeT. I' D fiUf f*ART, f ** :lrl1dt.! 1 f TJaex0oaville reduced year state of ne lth"beingSre"Iticea'by'avariety L.W' ,1

f \ XZATtT XXCCOTXD AT'THIS -OF.flQ. J I JaoksoDl11e JaD.261MO.t' July 7'} '49. J I of complaints such as'femak*are Habit .Agust25, t849. tf' J Ji


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