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 23, 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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: All 1.tJmeflta By referring : LETTER to:such a ConTentiOn would ;be an'nsurpution whom have since had'conferred upon them the I the people'f,tbse'States to encroacbffltttaggressi6nsr'whkh i t
.unless by a regular customer. ascertained' :- t-- alike dangerous and censurable.;. ; -ic highest honors 'in 'thevgift of this'"J1ati n-i'.o not only'jeopard tie Union
terml the requisite sum may be FROM THE : 'I 9nlldl't't such a ConTention as reyolutionary that see'nothmg new that has occurred in but thtTaUn.the.very: "foundation of mil society.'in -.;,
our itted with the advertiSement FLORIDA DELEGATION IN OONGBESS. .. :in Jts tendency, and directly against the spirit the aspect of this agitating 'question which: 'the South cm Stt. X: j* .: '
traaem Adf't'rt not marked with the number ,if"not'tll 'Jetter'of. the Constitution:of the United should call forth at this',time"such 'utmordioar1 'f:[The cotBpromises uf the;,Co u ; .
err will be continued until forbid WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.,*' States which declares that "no State shall and revolutionary measures; fear,abeut to be eatirely uoai"f

(required. t February 6r 1850. J enter into any tty;'alliance, or confederation ::. Frbrath'e,time. this slave question:" first made right*of tie South, guarantied by that acrt4ittstmrnent .: '

nd charged for. will be charged for all announceNcLce I To His ExcellenoyVlMOMAS BEOWN, ;" and the framere and'expounders of the I appearance in the North,when it was Aalit- no longer respected,mucV les$ 'secured '
1JTFive dntlars .. Governor of the State of Florida:' Constitution seerae i to,understand this! ,subject .tie cbud like amany hand,'' until the present' inforced.- 'The\Article of;"tie'Cohstitiition -,
"fOnts etfcandittates for offte. 00 SIR:Events diHy transpiring manifest the ;fully in the cburse pointed nut as proper to be time,when it has become black'cloud of thick ,intended to secure to skve-koldcrsthe.'
for SIX Months. : 810 rapid diffusion in the Northern States of.a feel- pursued by.the States-to, oppose encroachments darkness,impehdiiig;:oer' 'this Union) and cast* recovery of fugitive slaves, .with ut ,which jih.-
to Debtors and Creditor, : : 1 00 ing hostile to the.social structure of the Southern by t e,.ederal Go ernQ1enr. In treating upon .i ing a deep ?thover, the.prospects'of the, fiK Federal'compact never could hart beta ftraaed,, .
Application for Letters Administration 5 00 I communities, and indicate a maturing purpose this subject, Mr. Hamilton says.t;The"sep r- ture, it has been one continual' of words is almost a,dead.let.ter. :Most'of tbe uonlavft,
religious notices will be inserted gratoicommunions of unsettling the security of slave property "ate Gcvernments in'ft confederation may aptly between the'abolitionists and "agitators'of, the holding States have" passed laws;- trader heavy
JTJ-: All and crippling the growth and progress of tbe,compared with the Feudal .Baronies, with' North,'and the'politicians of the South. Time penalties,against the exercise of,that right,._. fi
'usY.or. must he addressed to the slaveholding States,; by every means and "this advantage in their favor, that from.the has brought forth',no wisdom. :experience' has cording the provisions of the'aet'of Co&grea;rof .
AU paid. appliance which the legislation Congress can, "reasons already, explained, they will generally brought no knowledge.. The Northern'politieitfc ;1763,:witkin their limits/and while.tt IB tmo:
\ OUSTUS C. GILI.KTT. poitage wilcharpidasadTertisements. afford. "possess the confidence.and good will o(the, gaining confidence i.&thi* 'wordy/conflict; rasgumes ;: that the U 8.Court,as far is I am ann;hTe
33-AU admissable personal communications The Federal" ConstItution of Government "people and with sV iraporfalitiTupportJ'will a m threatening oneJ and the Southern rendered damages against parties wioobstru:T

., wielded by.a hostile Northern majority, &l- ,'be able effectually to opposealftncroachments politician,.to keep even pace,.must,become"more the exercm of the :.right of reclaimstion,
CT Alkniiibr Job Printing must be paid on the pable of being made, and undoubtedly will become "of the Federal Government. The Legislature -violent" his' manner of resistance'and threaten when suits have been brought, yet the Constitutional
: of the work. the instrument 'of our degradation and, 4 will have better means of information, ,they still louder, until, in his war of words. ;we shall right of recovering the slate is virtually,
livery ultimate ruin, if timely preventives arc not em "can discover the danger At a 'distance and come to swear as terribly as''Uncle Toby nys defeated by,the State Legialaturesv ''IncendU;
- iaThiEDRAPER U, ployed. "possessing all the organs of civil power. and the'army did in Flanders. And still I' believe ries'are sent,among us, to-entice '.wsy;and to
TAILOR.fllllE We arf snti. /ipn that no effectual or enduring "the confidence of the,people, they can at once. that this glorious Union will, firmly and safely sow the seeds of dfscofd and insurrection'
I AND. I chick upon this aggressive and injurious tendency "adopt a regular plan opposition, in ,which : weather this storm. mong our slaves. Denunciation of the *Sooth "

' SUBC1UBEU having determined to in the action of the Federal Government, can or they can combine all tha resources '(the'' ,I mustae.knowledge, that.I do not. comprehend continually' indulged in by iNsrthern men ,
f L. take up his permanent residence in Jack- will be applied by any of the departments ditch "community They can readily communicate"with what is intended to be implied by "an organized and their Representative ;on the floor of both .I
Urille returns thanks to his fellow-citizens administer powers. We advance this proposition each other in the different States and .resistance promptly denl p (,"&.- Houses. of Congress,'with a view&bring odium,> ,
which has nilhout to the of those "unite with their common forces in the protection and inatitutioDP',
for the unexpected encourgement reference dispositions If:nothing more,is meant than another wordy upon our people clettro1'ou -
itherto been bestowed upon'him, and assures rcho: non or hcr&ifter may administer Government of their common liberty." broadside to be fired from the batteries of the Insult and ignominy aresoaght. be heaped,
hem that in future he will spare no exertion but as 'resuJtiii from the inherent,character If the object of the Nashville Convention be .Southern Convention*jtp provide effectual guards upon us, and agitation in the' :-most ,dangerous' .
o merit continuance of their patronage. Be- of our political system, which must, in all its departments for the redress grievances, I would ask if amore against like dangers in future" 1 think it is en- and offensive manner U persisted,with the a..
has been well estab- lend the the effectual mode could, be pointed out than Vowed to "force tat'
ieviug that his reputation eventually to influtnce of tirely useless and will prove abortive. Are object emancination D on
il'ieJ in St. Augustine and this place, as a euLrwr dominant s'Clioll.. Energetic State action-tlie that indicated by the foregoing quotation we not told that ,the determination is openly South." I "
cutter and linker, he begs leave to re- action of the people of the South: through their Would, not the xpression of an opinion or a determination avowed by northern members of Congress to Lore of the Union is a cherish4l sentiment .

L.'rGnl..+(. trt. .nit. who- ,- miffht- c. be disposed to favor several State organizations,_ is the only power by the States in their sovereign allow no more flave-halding States admission into with the people of the Southern States., :Topre-
im with their custom he i i-s able to furnish i I capable to cope with the spirit that now overspreads capacity, be calculated carry .more weight, the Union, and when a sufficient number of serve"it, they have submitted Wrong and insult .
nraeat* of any kind ot acut and finish equal th. Northern States, nnd which subju- t and to command more respect, than the, acts non-slave-holding States are admitted to. give from those they have be taught to belieto ,J t
Jo any tint c.m be procured ill Savannah or ;.HCS the (loverument'of the Union to its mad 1. and proceeding of uu irresponsible Conventionof ,the requisite majority,,the effort will be madeto and whom they would ,regard'ua: -friends'ancbretheren J",.
'linrleston. and unjus t purp(l'n organized resistance; Delegates, stwbledfIlIm: a portion of the amend the Constitution, and abolish slavery But submission raai u- '5:.
Having taken the shop formerly occupied as promptly developed, aud well and wisely directed States without auj prescribed powers or duties in the States where in now exists If such be now'threatened,' would be' (gradatio .' Thar .
he Post Office he is now ready to execute with on the part of the Southern States may, and subject to no control ? their determination, what 'absurdity. it is to these aggressions will be make,and further outrages .- '
romptitude all orders that may be entrusted aud, iu our opinion: will eventuate in arrestingagresion But it is said that. the States hate acted by talk about "providing effectual guards (by a perpetrated, we do'not doub$,-.une.e.,
\J him. AU g U"lueuts are wfrantetl to tit.TiW ujioy our just rights under the'Constitution : Resolutions.: Reports and Addresses; 'and '"they Southern Convention) against' like dangers in of the South, act with promptness and decision
L8XIHtEU.. in providing effective guards againstlike (the North) will not believe the States are in the future," for the purpose of preserving the and in such manner, that the. people 'of the \
Jacksonville, Nor. 10th SJ). 6m danger; in the future, and thus in preserving earnest, led mean whatxthey loa)'." Then what Constitution. If the guards and compromises! Northern States can no longer doubt our'detei. ".

-- the continued union of the States, whichare more could this proposed Southern Convention provided in the Constitution by the Fathersof mined purpose to maintain, ouij 'rights, 'ngardless ... ,'
:McROBE'T B A It 13 R now) associated: in Federal compact. do to make them believe ire are in earnest, the Confederation, and ,secured under the of conseq ences. 4 >,? : .

J n clt on ri 11 E. F. Iuflufitce-1 Itjr similar impression of what unless: indeed, it is to be considered, and to solemnity of an oath to support that instrument The present Congress convened 'with the* fixed .. < ..
the present exigency demands a very general consider itself a Revolutionary body ? What will not shield it against the destructive in purpose; as 1 believe, to exclude she'peopleof
''OJIMISSIO.NER OF Dr.EDs for* Alabama* movement i j. being made; as your Excellency is more could it do than to re-resolve and reaffirm roads of these Northern Vandals,what hope have the South from all the Territories of the U.

Suth Carolina, North doubtlej Jij-prizoa for a convocation of the ilgI I unless to propose violent and extra constitutional we, that any thing which this Convention of States. We''have' fought for, and are to pay .
Georgia, grieved States ILL Convention. Mississippi has remedies 1 ,If it is called for this end, the Southern States could propose, would save for the country, and yet we are to excluded,
Carolina and Virginia. proposed that the meeting hou1d take place atS.sIivil 1 most solemnly protest against it. The time that same instrument from ,the ruthless handsof from ,its enjoyment. The s1an-h 'der is'told, .

Jan.. 1830.. ._ ly. I (; iu 'Tuuiifc.tsee on the first Moud.iy in b.is not arrived for such meas.ires, and I pray brute force, pre-determined to violate .it a- that he shall not carry'with him Improperly
..- KI'RICK I i June nest. Virginia. .Alabama South Carolina : God such a time may never arrive. There are, gaiast right and justice? 'tothisTerritory.whichishis, in common with r"I
II. D. I and Georgia. ; rc understood already to have however, restless Afrits amongst us, who have Equally incomprehensible to me is the declaration I citizens of non-slaveholding States, having betn '< ,
ATTORNEYAND responded by a fonu.il provision for their res- calculated the value of the Union, and would,perhaps that "we are satisfied that no effectual I acquired by,"e common blood .
i uective reirrsenttttioii iu that Convention; and sell it for a mess of pottage. since this tor enduring check upon this aggressive and injurious all". The sentiment L>general 1t..ot.
Maryland, Teiiuersee, North Cal'oliuArktn- I Southern Convention has been projected a Southern tendency in the action of the Federal sal-with Representatives [ I
C ounMrllof nt law. sas. Lou isiaii.iaiidut her States,are i in the course I Confederation has been more than dreamed I Government, can, or will be applied by any of era States that 'no more slave States shall"iw, .: \ '
ot'actioQ in the same dirccii iou. of.And l-the Departments which administer its powers. der any circumstances, 'be.admitted. into'.tlie( f
rfTTILL practice iu the several Courts of the During the! ll ist s/asioii the General Assembly 'When this Southern Convention meets, "We advance proposition without reference Union. You cannot fail to hare pserred the *
I \t V Eastern Circuit. au>i in the ,;Counties ofoi.w JSi.tte. a series resolutions were unanimously who can tell what its members may not attempt "'to dispositions of those who now,or. here- action of theLegislatures'of:'Northern .s t&t<.<
lillsborough anti Benton of the Southern enacted: which we regarded ais announcing to accomplish, not thought of by those who sent "afteruiay, administer the Government but as on this subject.. !'New States will lie" t?; .

;uit of Fluridt.Thiupi : lS19.ov.l'. the opinions and dctenniuation of Florida. them there? Should they attempt measures c'1esultinstom the inherent character of our political to add,to .the power of those who_.win)use .that 1.
JJ.iy, October 2Sth -< The resolutions were officially transmitted to dangerous to the permanence of this Union, system-which must in all its departments power to'oppress and degrade us.: lave tftrri- .t. '
---- ---- cooP'U- -, her delegation in Congress, and passed to the where is the power to arrest them? Whose I eventually bend to the influence of the tory is to be circumscribed thp >slaves oft ,
C U A C It B 8 P. public record in eachjjbranch of the Federal Legislature. voice so potent_as LaStlY to them ?(tbu f*"-Halt dominant section." If it be really true as here the South confined to a limited 8p4certiU by:, ,
ATTORNEY"AND Cue of them defines, with signal thou go, and no further ?;} How long may they broadly Ueciafeavthat thereisinourZ4poBtIcalsystem" thfe Jncreaserof their-numbers,,um M--- .
spirit anti Jistiucairss, the purpose and attitude remain in session? What may be the term of an "inherent27 vicvku must "even- I not our own very existence, 1 aa-. r. 4of.

(', acIIor nt I. n w of the State. It is in the following language: their appointment? These, and many other tually bend it to the influence of the dominant I extermination or expulsion.. j J,, ,
"Resolved, That, knowing no party names, or questions, nay, and should be asked by reflecting section," which would inevitably ,operate to its AblowispropOiedto'beztrnck1ttheinstj., '
resumed his profession will devote political ,ivisiou!, on questions involving in men, before they go too far to retract? own destruction I cannot see the wisdom or tution of slavery, by its abolition in District 1
HAVING cccJasirtlf to its practice,throughout their settlement and consequences the character It is asserted that this Convention will Be the consistency of making an effect through a of Columbia, and its exclusion from,otfrFort. *,
the Eastern Circuit of Florid. property aiL lives of those whom we repre- composed of the most wise, honest and discreet Southern Convention or otherwise to save a Dock Yards and Arseuabris openly: advoaited .t

Jacksonville I::. :., Sov. lUtk. 1849. sent, we are ready, heart and soul!, with a united statesmen of the South and, therefore, none of form of Government which contains within itself by many. These measures will be temporarily !
,. -- front. :join Virginia, the Carolinas and these dangers are to be apprehended. We the'seeds of its own'destruction. deferred but that titeywill.' consummated 1
M a- KN (TK & BAKKK, the other Southern >latc;. in taking such measures should not lay this flattering unction to our [. Ic cannot be forgotten that during the recent unless prevented by the action of tlie,Southern t 1
at 2Lato tor the defence of our rights. und the preservation souls/' These are times of excitement, and presidential canvass the friends of our present people' I do not entertain a.doubt. Daily we ;
attonufis ourselves and those whom we" hold men remarkable for wisdom, honesty, and diScretion national Executive recomended his election not hear the broad,declaration made, tpat "slavery .i .I

JncLoiiviIlr, Fla. dear as the highest wisdom of all may, wheth-' are rarely, if ever, conspicuous in pro- more on the ground of his high personal qualifications shall abolished_ i*every fat o(territory over.
er through: a Southern Convention., or otherwise muting schemes_ of agitation. Such men,.at than his indentity in views and Inter- which the United Sutts. haajuriSdicti n.! "
practice in the several Courts in the ,-surest and devise." such times and in such schemes, usually give ests with the section of his birth and residence. The Constitution alone protects it in the State?,
I WILL. '" Circuit ot Florida; in the U. The opportunity judgement which our official place to the restless politician ajid for reard demagogue .It was contended, and, as I think justly, that, but it is not disguised that it is the policy anil
IS. District Court. Northern District of Florida; I connexion with the federal interests of who generally manage to render themselves bound to the South by the strong ties of interest the purpose of those inimical to us, to admit,,
kheSupi erne Court. at Tallahassee; and prose- the State affords to u; has brought us to the prominent and popular, and of course affection, he'could not with the constitutional sufficient number of non Blave-holding States :
cate claims before Congress anti the Depart- conviction that the time is now fully come when successful ; and I confess that even the possibility stay in his,hand, permit our rights .to 'into the Union to enable them to amend the Constitution .

aaeuts Governmental Wuahiugiou. : Florida is required, in the spirit of our pledge, that a majority of wild, visionary reck- be tra npled upon by a ruthless majority I seen so as to'give to Congress. he'-ghUD
Jos. ilclt.(>iEaT JJAKEt. S. SrEscE& 1 to meet with her sister States of the South in less men might get into the Convention, would reason to change that opinion, and so far as abolish sla'TerYeYen. in the <u. Believing 1

J. 6.,...19. iy ._ Convention. We are also convinced that the circumstances cause me to tremble at the idea of placing the the advocacy of an ultra constitutional, emedy lie they profess to believe,* that slavery is& sin .
-- ERASEl.- --- 1 of the times not only justify, but : rights and interests of the South, and the safety might be construed into the retraction of that- against lad and..uture-adisgiuceto.. the '..
PhILIP demand this action by the South. of this Union, upon the resuJt of its deliber- opinion, I certainly'' cannot consent to if On country in which it exists-a, stigma upon our. j. .t
L1t1UkTQrounrituov To you. us the Executive of the State, we ations. the contrary, :I entertain all confidence that institutions sin and a crime, for which they ;
AMJ have ventured to communicate our opinion at But if we admit that no designs against the General Taylor will oppose with native'energy constituent; members of the Confederacy, are "
at ZLato, to the action which the crisis demands; and in Union are intended and none are to be feared- and resolution, every encroachment upon responsibje- is their duty to effect its abolition
doing so, we believe ourselves to be in the discharge that the whole object of the Convention is to' the sacred bulwarks of the Constitution; and by an Constitutional (nodes-one.of which t.is t.
JACKSONVILLE of a high and imperious obligation. ; show that we are united and earnest, what; I if it be urged that the Executive veto is no"& by amending the Constitution. :In this way.
WILL attend to any professional business Upon you must devolve the honorable duty of ask again, am the Convention say or do to create ,during check." so, 1 reply, in'no act of or failureto abolition, with all its, horrors, will, be,accomplished
to him in the Courts of the devising a mode proceeding by which the or strengthen this impression, which has not enact by,.Congress,and so.more particularly at no very distant.day. But, ;I hare no I .
Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at public will of our commonwealth as declared been said and done in a more authoritative mustbe the resolutions or e enactments OfA expectation that:fanatic5soi!will .defer,vibr.eo :, '
j.' He has also'such an advantageous in the resolution we have adverted to, can be dignified form by.State Legislatures and State mere evanescent body, like the proposed Southern long a,time consummation. of its purposes, r
-connection with an able Lawyer at Washington best resolved into action. We have no doubt Conventions? What on the other hand, is to beth Convention. Nothing human & enduriug"butunder unless its progress 'ischecked, onctilr.. I
; City us will ensure a prompt and Sl'l C- the people of the State will conform to any just consequence, if the Nashville Convention the.smiles Divine Providence, may Adams, used to.say,: that'there:axe,.twenty, I
,dy collection\ of such claims as may be placed method you may suggest for the election of Representatives. shall meet and fail ti agree upon our rights we hot hope for' comparative. stability in 'the clauses in' the Constitution by virtue which. *

i"n his hands ag-iiust the United States. Allow us to say, it. seems quite and anticipated wrongs-upon measures and remedies provisions of that compendidm of human wisdom CimgresamayAbolishslaveryin, the St ta and.. I i
Sept. eth, 1StU. ly' reasonable that our fellow-citizens should DC ?, It is very certain that leglltes from :the Constitution of the United States. wbenthe' -rower shall have. been acquired by
allowed to, benefit by the increased weight a vast extent of country, representing every, You direct my Attention, gentlemen, to cer- 4he admission ,of non'slavc'holding ,andaCtu1 1 $
LAIt1i E S iWAAL which the representation wilt derive from the shade of Southern opinion, on this subject'will resolutions by the Legislature of this State.If sion of-slave:States, :the majority, 'Will! not be
ER.J4IThSONVLLLE. I. to all these ? Will resolution it intended to endorse long in finding'Constitutional pretexts:for the. I
AUCTION E circumstance that their Chief Magistrate giving see eye eye on points politi- by these was *.
E. F.n a substantial execution to a solemn enactment cians of opposing parties certainly coalesce upona ;:his Southern Convention,8cheme -and- exercise ofth power.' .
SALES in any part of the County attendedto : of the State, recommended the steps, topic which has been most unfortunately and that! ,the Executive should takepart in.securinga To avert these evil,} it is, my.opinion,84 f'

and respectully solicited; and co-operated in the movement by which' a unnaturally made to play a part in party politics representation, it is unfortunate.that,the Legislature ces ary.that the and people! ,of2bpSouth'abonld measures.wtTown !: ,
Jacksonville, lay 6,1848 delegation was appointed. for more than twenty years past? Will entirely omitted to empower todo this. adopt speedy efficient .- "
Devoutly trusting that whatever course events delegates from some, of our river States who so or to prescribe anything iu reference to the selection der tbe.remedy iffecti4there ; be It
AGE NUl miy.take the honor, liberty and welfare of our unanimously declare for the Union to the last ,of del gates.: ,In,the,.absence 9'-all !legal Maaioontbepartof.tlzoseso.4eep1yint.reated : -; :j i'I I
beloved'State may be maintained. extremity harmonize with delegates from'States or..constitutional: provision.on. this -subjectcannot ,,.t ; .To secure this object I have united: witK. I
OF ,
We have the honor to be, : alleged to indifferent ,to the, Union? 'Will) \ ,consistently with my views, take, upon the Senators from our State:the'' recoaamendhtioa .
DR. S. s. FITCH'SCELEBRATED ull the sl01i that the:people of Florida, :follow;the example ';-
Your humble servants, apprehend same degree,extent and sour* myself ehigh. p l1Sibi1it suggest ,
MEDICINE. D. L. YULEE, ces of danger, as well as unite- upon the- same .Let.the people of the,Southern StatesTook.to- :of' other.States, :and;'send Delegates to-, fl.
JACKSON MORTON. preventatives If u small body of Southern the energetic action of th e1r.nghtl.an&interests ;! represent them in the ConnnUonpro etto 4 \
Used by hit irtf A distinguished success in the' E. C. CABELL. congressmen, assembled nnder.the. pressure ,of and let the Members io.both:.Halls of,'the ba held in the,City Naihville iin-the,tttate:of '!
cure f great excitement and u sense of'immediate danger Congress,of the deS..with jpruddnce, Tennessee the first' 'Monday 19 June nexVTo'giTedijjnity I :
Catarrh, 1 could ,the Address firmness ',meet and rezis$ ? Jie CdnventioD,.and to. en.edIgswedeemit1m.- : .
Coughs, ,ExECUTIVE OFFICE. I not agree upon terms of an wisdom and manly .
Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia Tallahassee, Feb. 22d, 1850. JGESTLEMEN to,the people of the South, are we to be so every.attempt to'break,:dp iro :.the/guards ,and sure. 'respectfor. Its -.I. i.t
Asthma, Female :-Itwas' my desir to have seen certain of unanimity in a body so DerouS'and compromises of the Constitution from 'whatever portant' that.i&member' *ahbuld' .:be; 9IID,07the I Iisl&tuie'.Of h!

Gonorrhoea, Piles', the good people of this State pass upon the proposed embracing so 'wide range and, contrarietyofopinion :source it may come and when driven to ;the ritw/.ar-adTlce.ot' the.01'emoraor, : I .1
Stat Asour
Complaints, &., &c. Southern Convention as their judgments as will. proposed Convention?,} But. last breach and.beat .downbybrute fcrcVregardlessof 'the4ifferent ; & : i
ALSO, might dictate, without any expression of opin if it failato'agree,so far'from fortifying, will it right justice: and the, head t Legialatores:is not in'session-*.-we feel sreeeifeyi flplicitoasthat )r
Shoulder ion on my part ;, but the appeal which youhave not have a direct tend ncyto'we' k thefT siil the .'.Department.of government"can otar'wcoB o r -..
FitcKs Supporters, olltheStaUs
Dr. S. S. and Lectures made leaves,me withpuf 'discretion, and I ,l tion of the South 1 fc. I,cannot comprehend orwU1Qot..apply! :an"enduring,checkn---when official sa.> TheKepresentativeaof '
Tubes ,
Brace, Inhaling feel bound in deference to yqn and your cgnstituentSr : this very possible J contingency. has bee n oTr- all the barriers and defences of the Constitution ,;who have:a"common iDUreI&hJr \ t
on Consumption;and the as well as iji respect to:njyseif, to state looked: by projectors: of the Southern;Con are beaten'down and he south shell be dfipriired' may.thai take coflnsel. .
art of preserving Life and candidly i :my opinipns upon this contemplated. ven on. ./ --'V.j of her equal rights] under 'tbu 'confederationtheimin -- mon safety,* and d ris*the proper, 'reniedy fGIt
Health to, Old Age, measure. I:regret that ft j should have been deemed *x- those, .who,nafe; brought,:abont' this. i their common fcTils 'aMd: :avert on im.pejdiBc. \
: .I -c., 4c. as,the Chief Executive Magistrate of Congress to ''C ue nal rtb gettji&g op.'this shame of.the wanton destruction of thisijeauU-- cuugtcct3Iirn aWL is ukse : ...
.&'re been appointed! Age f ior the sale of t.bis'St.1te, to take any,official step to cause .the Southern'CQlIPeII/ Tj before any,overt act of ajg. fat form of gOTernmentrr exadniirationof' the 4jj7ftdhDU1d'flI7bCidOpk4 in ,*n.;". \ ,
the .boTe G, Vni will keep them const nt.l I election or Appointment of delegates atf end gression.on Southern _rights.and'institutions. .,, .world. and the hut refuge.and hope of dvilliberty .trem' ca ex Bat viol e" remedy :ito necy .
which .
s.t iray Drug store, in the Town- of the Convention.Jhe Southern States to meet has been committed. "' ". "*/ 1" -;and hpon their.headssill rest tLs,cur w-- euro -011 disease" *""may. ,
Cl1 h&tn. po]1ay,flT tftfasHTilltj;in ,the' State pfTennessee,1 nthe .More than Jityyears ago, abolition''petitions Then can you return to 1o rcoraat1tueDta..1f; h fataL' : ?* Pf. 1.t b.ertb4th: ".i "*' S
.- Dr. L. D. 'EOG2RS., : '' firit Monday.in June next v.I now pfno provision were presented to.and debated in Congress, and ctetir: consdence, ssurea that the honor, libers The Southern peop1elWU1 '
7" '"t." 'frcesieo if they tf&o
"GUIDE.irec 1po.frtALii$ ,in the Constituton(6r| Laws of.this.State thirty years" ago,. we witnes3ed"anagltatioiibroughrabout ; ? ty and welfare of oar eloY.e4'.st&te.bve.1.beeD turne t;of American' {: & -.
i:v" Dr.F1'4 for promotingstrttetioni He4t and In,JUi" JFi&utf properly fended'ana: 1'viag fteJ.tb; ,people the cutrages.' : T 1I'.v.e.\rIa'... ... : '
onB the Ma1emeI1t of. such"a duty ; or that prescribes and defi.nea the' Piovsoq utiotjrarnore :offensive "eha'pe, and the State! t Legijlatares:the' uthunduod wldath 11 ;< ." deM4 cnzhonoiad j
'to MqthersinCkidren. be had grau4t91Y.lri. _.i powers %nd duties i of such delegates, when elected -, :which convulsed this Goyernmcnttoits centre.The :to J anise&h, righlM remedy.:" 'J*?', t, tfm at'iD'barnpetO tjpe&kt1 .
;ma y as AboTe AA CItZJYy&luibleIook '. or appointed.:! ;It is Very clear to'my bInd \, opinion that Congress pose.ues.the.Coudi.' '1 1.am'with high rov t|fyour VfelloW-citizen, oei1il tL1t '..wi1ljlouh&1aan' .
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the policy be adopted,,and:MhichwiIl doubtless that it i is a source of unmixed'satisfaction','tp /'JI' IY"'tE NBIWS.JACKSONVILLE t,. ( 1'cuzkouIsspeeck: : .,: of :contradictions front fm beginning fla Mwmf ftmm ;' -

be approved and act States. We shall ihtis show What! is the ultimate state of things which surround ;ius, nnd'itisgratifying ;;." '"" -1, -r-- ---:; -' t" <.:!'A lelegraphtedespntchrin: : ;;the SavinnaKiGeorgfanjof end.Vithoaf. .l'- denying, "any of 'MI&.:
: ; "
ivtcruau.itiGu; of the i pcvplc:of(he South to feel that the"political partyJith Tuesday last, dated at CABELL'S positions, ;it udmiu o tei5;
I \ and responsibility will rt-si with the Northern which 1 have been associated is equally free tireconclusive '
I Stfttcf.to i!ljs! olYe the Union, or to do justice ::;- (rim responsibility. Mexico was. in the language Washington on 'Monday; saysir-"'Mr.Calhpuiuatlended which, ; ,against] itself.Our -**

j to the Southern portion! of the Confederacy. of a distinguished Southern statesman, .:the. Senate'to-day. 'delegation: 'claim that our FejiertJk

Sooner or,)later pelt-preservation will render the "forbidden fruit." The Whig party warned i : I Constitution is insufficient: to : '
the adoption' f the course we recommend absolutely the'country of the consequences tasting' MARCH 9 1850.: There, was great: crowd attendance, i ** > "" "" ""Afc

( flte4itry. 1 fear: if we delay, we may be it. They told the people of the.. United States MrMason: read:M. speech, which was our rights unless preventives are time,
too law'_ We are better prepared toraction now that the evils which now surround us would. !
tbm0 faxtt\ be at any future time. And it is follow the acquisition of territory. They did NOTICE.: ? ';> 'lisfened ;t (with groat attention.i Jt, ,ly employed.' Gov. BROWN says thei.;:

bettcrfqr; nil concerned, that tl-e) different section all in their power to prevent acquisition. They The undersigned Citizens, of Duval, l. proclaimed that: the ,Union,
qf the confederacy should' lully understand endeavored to arrest a war of aggression. But County deeming U highly i important i the:'discontent' til we have'lost all these rights. '&fj: .
1 one another. party policy prevented the accomplishment of and.thei'ca'tisIs, .. .. prb' :
1 tuvvebeen, asyou know, opposed to the cal- their wishes which I presume every Southern ,that >Florida should 'move- L'n' harmony> v*< duced by the dertonof.the! equili- CABELL; suggeststhat; *' a violent rem* .
ing a'Southern Convention, but my mind has \ man now regrets.: In spite of their efforts, with her sister States or./the; South, in 9 > *- dyisncesary: to cure'a diseaiewhkmay
North and the South. :
undergone an entire change, Independent of Mexican territory has been, acquired, and the brium between the
i I the fact'that. my State is pirdgtd to"join the evils predicted have come upon us. But, sir, def tice\ of- Southern' 'right's*-, and, .*that S $4 The South must remain satisfied that odlerwise'pr ve fatal.:!t' 'Governor :

other {southern States,:' 1 consider this Convention though we tyarned our Democratic friends of she should like them,. be represented in BROWN would wait'until,the execatic i : "
Union in
essential to the security ofthe South-to the cmisequfcnces of their acts and .endeavoredto she can remain in the safety
I tlu-ir consummation this id time the Southern Conventi tto beheld at has been'effected and.then th j
the Constitution, and to the perpetuity or continuance prevent no and peace. The Union cannot be saved expects i'
o of hc Union.. for crimination. The motives which influenced Nashville in June trunk to rise and
next respectfully
: I It is.to be an advisory botly, to, "define the them were doubtless patriotic. We can only ,' : by Mr. Clay's} project, nor by executed i up' tak'., tV!
Iosition of the South; to let the country' 'know regret that they did not listen to our counsels. solicit their fellow'citizens of said county I proviso by the admission of CalifornIa I measures to recover and restore its decapitated -. "

: \ .'what, we want,-''o.nd what we shall demand : The institutions of our common country are en- to meet them at the Court House, Union head.
not to.4hreaten, but to warn the people of the dangered. It is the duty of a patriot not to stopto as a State. 'The can be t,
f t consequences of measures proposed by many enquire:who or what caused the danger, but in the Town of Jacksonville, on Saturday saved by) an amendment to. the Constitution While our Governor admits very'

and most of their Representatives. Another to do all in his power to avert calamities impending .the sixteenth day of March .next, which the rights of the fact stated by our, Representative, ,he-;'
i and:prime object of this Convention will be to over that ountrywhich, "right or wrong," secures '
: enable te Delegates from all the Southern he must protect and defend.Ye' all have a to take the necessary steps towards the I South. The 'Union can be saved by suggests no remedy other than that our

States tftdfivlse ,and propose to the Southern common cause, a common danger; let us all selection of Delegates to represent the : the South an equal share of the Congressional delegation should waft
People the "mode and measure of redress in share a common responsibility.
certain contingencies: to place the entire South, As the Representative people of Florida Eastern and Southern portion of Florida common domain, and restoring fugitive' until all the barriers and defences of th.

: in a position to-act in concert and with decision I shall remain at my post, and resist, by all in that Convention: I slaves. The South-has no compromises Constitution are beaten down and,th
f hould the Congress of the United States lawful means, the consummation of measures
a law degrading our section, which, in pass the hostile to the interest of my State, some of Felix Livingston, Tho. W. Jones, to offer. The question cannot be set- South deprived of her rights, and should' -

expressive language of the Virginia Legislature which must prove futal to the further continuance H. D., Holland, I R. J. H. Pritchard, tled utiless it be settled at. this session.It then come home with clear conscience (
should be "resisted at every hazard and to the of the Confederacy. Bnt, as the sentiment J. M. J. Bowden, Martin Stevens,

ID.8t;extfemity." In such event,,the Union will. of Congress is against us, and as measures Uriah Bowden, Samuel Gibson, is time to decide.. If we cannot settle to their constituents. He suggeststhat
and should be dissolved and we should ,be compromise can only be carried by the influ- then the of the S
pre. If will Legislatures otheif'
Chas. P. W. S. it let in
pared. Jut this preparation and this position ence ofmeu who are candidates for the Presidency Cooper, I us part peace. you
of the South will not"endanger the Union. It and who regard more considerations of their. Isidor V. Garnie, J. H. ,McRory. jr., not i 1& us part in peace, let us know, in States should communicate toget tJ|,

will add to its security. There is at the North personal popularity in States or sections which J. A. Barbee, Thos. Ledwith, that that the admission of Galifornia and seek to unite the fragments o( '
cast the largest vote than the appeals of justice case, ,
abhorrence of slavery-a present: purpose to re- John Clark. J. Forman
utrict.it as much as possible, to circumscribe: its I have little hope that my resistance will be,a- McRobt. Baker will be the best. torn Constitution. But a plan of prevention .
limits] \impair its and vailing. I look to the action of the people of Joseph Finegan,
I n< vo.luej; an earnest de ,-an eaily convention wh ei
D. J. H. H. Mr. Webster speakb on Thursday. '
'I S. Fernandez Bours
I sire'to.effect its''abolition every where." But the Southern States as the only means of per ,
I I while'tins. hatred of. slavery exists, the senti- manent security.I Albert G. Philips, Wm. P.,Dewees, object i is to save'the Constitution frot' ,

f timent of lovo' for the Union is more intense have: the honor to be, Cyrus Bisbee, J;D. Pickett, Fakir of Siva. this fate, i if:1: branded as revolutionary,: '
jn-the hearts ojf a majority the Northern ; Very respectfully, ,-
peo- A. A. Canova Thad.C. Andrews
t while in the
i Your obedient servant.E. same a state ofahlDga'is'
pIe. If they pan cripple, or abolish::! slavery Oscar Hart Chs. We understand that this eminent ventriloquist
with safety to 'the Union, they will do it; but, C. CABELL.Gen. which calls for a revolutioo.
: \ .
they see thattheSouthis determined and pre- THOMAS BROWN, Geo. A. Smith, Aug. C. Gillett, arid necromancer intends to

: pared to resist aggressive action, they will not Governor of the State of Florida. Oliver Wood t Jos. F. Rogero, pay a visit to East Florida, and may be Neither is our neighbor of the Republican I

I. endanger the Union i they will resist. They kihisipp1. R. Dorman, I. Isaac Bush, expected shortly in this place. From more fortunate in his objections*

): will comply with our l'C3.on 1bledemandsj; they The delegation from this State in Congress P. J. Nix, Jas. Winter, to the convention. With that amiable de1 ff
will 5dO Uti'TUSt''ice they will cease the agitationof the encominus which have been
; have addressed u letter to Gov. Quitman in reference high
Geo. M. Hearn
C. Acosta
'I the slave qiiestiou ; they will give us repose to California, in which the opinion is \ sr his wonderful exhibitions votion to party and party leaders, whicb;S
for the pnserThey t. and "security for the future." expressed that California will be admitted by T., C. Hearn, Thos. PentuncXhas. .i passed upon has characterized him readllj
.will do i iuwnot'the his ul1iuflu nccd by fear, (for the Congress.. In this event, they will be pleased to J no.!\1. Pons, Browardsr. all over lhe Union, our citizens may expect ever he .-.L

i : No' th are as brave as are the ':sons learn; wh.it cour Mississippi will deem it her H. R. Sadler, 1 an extraordinary treat. Even the ily assents to Gov. BROWN, but can -.%
of the Quth.'' but.by a sucral love of country and therefore ask the
duty to persue, opinionof admits he would have
{ and devotion t >, the Union, hallowed by so many the Governor, the Legislature, and also that risibles of that grave, old-fashioned, dully as readily J

ende. iriug associations. of the people, practicable, upon the c.ise. Bank Kobbcry.Mr. gjandmotht-rly j journal the National assented had his opinions been dimne-!
It has been suggested that it will be time for The Governor transmitted the letter to the GEO. J. BULLOCK, Cashier of the the This :
tlie South to (hold Convention when have been moved will trically opposite. trimming
t a some futal a which Intelligencer, as
Legislature accompanied by
message, : Central R. R. and Banking Company,
measure shalll have been consummated. It will takes stiong ground against California, inconsequence be the facility seems to have communicated a B
seen by paragraph
\ then.be too do what absconded the 28th ult. from Savan-
late to we now propose the/provision in the Constitution excluding on i comical unsteadiness to his :
I :WVwish to the "The Fakir flf Siva is argument; ,
prevent passage of laws whichwe performing
] slavery. We give the closing paragraphof nah with $103,000 in notes of the Bank. .
arc pledged to resists: or, it'we cannot prevent the message. nightly at the Odd-Fellows Hall. So for he proposes to maintain our constjvl

,aggression resist.Upon .. and outrage, we should be PilEi ill devoutly trust that yet the Congress of the The Georgian, however, states that the much has already been said of this extraordinary tutional,rights by our Representative*!

FARED to United States: will not consent to perpetratethis bills are as good as before the robbery, performer that anything we
the consummation of offensive mea gross act of injustice upon the SlaveholdingStates. clogging legislation by tactics. \Vhetb-
sures, the-So(uthera States, true to their solemn:! To leave no measure untried to avertit and advises holders not to submit to a can say will only tend to> increasehisfull er or not a Government could exist 1
pledges,-hould: act and not talk. Consultationun4irepuratn I recommend a firm remonstrance againstthe sacrifice. tide of popularity and celebrity.His .- '- >
may precede this consummation present admission of California. as a State, feat of kChaldaic Chains,' and 'As- year whose legislation was clogged,f
butactioul r4 Distance must follow, unless we arewilIing with the restriction against slavery. does have occurred
boes Flight of the Burning Robe, excel not seem to to. bio*
Fruits the Frontier.By .
to bel subjected to the. scorn and con- 'Should this measure be consummated, we
: tempt ofthe world. A State may be-slow to resolve may expect to see linked a chain of States encircling the Steamer Hancock, which arrived beyond u doubt, anything that our Imagination He proves our argument by his'reddc*,

, .{ ; but shcJu'.d! be ready and prompt to exe-. our southwestern:! border, who if'they the ever concei el!. We advise tio ad obsurdum.
( T. : 'cute.. We owe it to ourselves, 10 the. Constitu-, should imbibe the hostile spirit displayed in on Thursday evening, gratifying all who wish to get a seat to go early "
4 I : tion", and the Union, to be firm in our position, the resolutions and acts of home ,of the .North intelligence was received from to-night." "The l letter of Mr. CABELL: is a tr-

, and decided,5n our..action. lithe: :South: now ern States would become more dangerous to these eV|'
Major 'MARLAND of the Indian. umphant answer to Caere party
} falters,all istlostj; we bhall not even save our prosperity and than foreign States agent
honor. Better tar to have tamely submitted such mi event would repose,in my ortmon, render it department, that seventy-four (Indians ; (1:17-: J/-MES S. SPEED, one of the lea- stacles to a movement independent' .
to me,fiucu4ma= :! the Northern States. They of the .... States to consult i
the duty Ow icrn together Abolitionists of has
Kentucky and doubt will
would". iheuliave pitied their fallen sisters.liutif .- and in concert to adopt such measures as sailed lot Pascagoula from Fort Hamer, ding party, we not so expos

weshovr u steadfast determination to shall effectually protect their rights and secure in the Steamer Fnslxm, on the 28th ult. been appointed Marshal of that State) tu the people the little dependen thai]

maintain our. Rights, and in the language of their safety; and give to theSlaveholding President TAYLOR. be Gov. Bsowtr
calmness, soberness: and reason tejl the ortb- States some assurance ot transmitting to their Nineteen only of these were warriurs, by can placed upon that

:. ern'States what are"'the rights: we 'claim,and children an inheritance of peace and prosperity, the rest being women, boys and girls. they will call upon him to resign Mr] ?

t; are resolved shall never be violated ; and ifwerfurther and not .of war and bloodshed.: The opportunity Gov. Brown's Letter.. 'fiuce.E17. .
No Indian of ,
; : show that our resolves are not mere will be afforded by the Convention about to, importance accompanies

: i&f-those resolves:!, !\ottherii men will .
: pause, which we may safely submit this very interest A Washington correspondent of
ihey.w.ilI ru >fcus.; they will do us justice ; ingsubject. J. A. (!UIT3IAN. merely a test movement to convince the delegation of this State in Congressand '
the New York
thje-f will present the "consummation of' rneai "Executive Chamber Jackson, Feb. 11, those who have nut yet made up their a reply thereto by Gov. BROWN.- Tribune, under date i>( :.;.
1 :i res.n.whicbu if we be ,not -degenerate sons 1S50.TJ 23d ult. :-"Next week is tobe|
minds that they will be fairly dealt with. Our readers will be astonished says
of:noble sires,' will involve, necessarily,a set --- not at
THE UNION one of the most exciting in the Senate i
A firm ,
veruuceoftiieUuioD. forward
t: movement I The stipulated amount of money was perceiving that to his former extraordinary -
, will secure all we have right to demand, I The only mode now left us for preserving that we will have during the session-.
I' all that the South will ask. I the Union,is to takesuch a stand as shall compel paid them before embarcation by Capt. antics their worthy, Exeeutive '

j. Again : it has been asked, if I have confidence the North to calculate its value. That val- CASEY, Two companies of troops accompanied -! has added another. Little men raisedto Not only is Mr. Calhoim's speech toba. .,
in the President, why not let hini arrest ue has ever been, aud is likely long to Continue read in the Senate, by a colleague but] .
I the unfriendly' unconstitutional, and offensive to be incalculably greater to them than to us. them, but whether they will station solely by the machinery of '

"; uctloncf Congress* My answer is plain. He The drift of their policy now is, to maintain a return or not is unknown. know their dependance and sac both Col. Benton and Air. Webster wilt'"
kEnnot prevent the effect of such action. lie Union of the dominant North, with the humiliated party reply to it. They will all be masterly .
-may,and I am fully assured: will, veto a bill to and subject South, wholly different from rifice all to partizanship.. We have
abolish shivery in the District: or the slave that just and equal Union which our fathers bequeathed Congress. here the spectacle of a Whig 'efforts of three as intellectually-great]

trade between the States, or Territorial Bill us.. They wtll thus destroy: the U- In Senate, on the 25th ult., Mr. i iI strange men as our nation can 'boast,of. Mr.]
..with! :tke Wilmot Proviso. lie cannot'arrest ,.1g.f -' nion, by usurpation and tyranny, unless we FOOTE offered I Governor opposing t the unanimous opinion
tin1n"and( out Congress. The whole U.JliotlLili preserve it,by something more effective than a proposition referring of a delegation two out of three of Calhoun has, beyond doubt, made hit ;

i still.be distracted,and the next Presi- mere legislative resolutions, failing of that, the California question to a committee : last speech in the Senate, and all hope
;.dtii.iildon will divide the country into preserve at last our own rights and l liberties.= whom are Whigs,-and knowing more t
..se tional! partie lu the meantime, no Territo- Whoever will cast an eye to the fiscal action of of IS, six to be chosen by the North, about political matters than those who of restoration to health, on the parf

riauiflU will pass, without the l'I'Ovigo'; and the Federal( Government from its establishmentto six by the South,.and, one by the others.It his friends, has been abandoned." .z
the moral effect of.the action of Congress will the present time, must see how it comes to' lies over for further consideration.In are on the spot at Washington.This !.
: be exclude us from the Territories, as:: much pass, that the North,with a barren sC'ilnnil, inhospitable is not the only incongruity.Our .- 1:
climate and no staples for the House the PROJECTS OF COMPROMISE.: J
t o as a law having the'as:1l1ctiunot"all departments great export reception! of a petition '*
a :: ; of our Goverumcut. ftlaveholderb will has grown mure rapidly in wealth,and all from citizens and ::;Senators, arid Representative suggest The Washington corresondent of the' .t:Y

be deterred from going to the Territories by its attendant improvements, than the South Pennsylvania to Gov. BROWN the necessity of .Herald furnishes the following a plan of sel |i1|
ttiib declared sentiment of Congress, which with her genial climate, fertile soil, and :rich Delaware, for the peaceable dissolution) tliiig the slavery, question devised bj S,,naiorg
i:, they,will know will be carried into execution and varied staples. The Union has a vast-pecuniary of'the Union refused appointing delegates to the Nashville Dickinson, of New York* It bean some resemblance :M
;! by-u President to be elected in 1852 ; for, upon value to the North, and she will hesitate was' by a vote" of Convention but he finds no in to a scheme attributed to Senator Dong*Jf
\ Toa.JivLsivn.: .of.theUniou into sectional parties, long ere she rushes to its dissolution, whenwe 8 to 162. power lass,of Illinois.. .. It is saidtoo that Mr.. Webster. ..g
:i we caiiLOt. doubt which party will ,triumph.- shall have brought them to contemplate seriously -I the Constitution authorizing him to do -has a proposition,-out we -have seen' "no nine 01 "

i '.'.Wtf have right to!and should insist upon the and calculate accurately its immense i i New Steamer. so. Yet he seems to have found power its particulars. Every; plan devised in a spirit I
'. / privilege occupying, at least a portion ofthe value. It is high time we should have a fresh of peace, will at least receive the respectful coa*fi
: acquired territory, which taU only be secured understanding of, the bargain.' Rome (Ga.) The citizens residing upon the St. in that t instrument.authorizing 'hi'D'! sideration of the South: -
.by.influencing the action of Congress.:: Our Southerner (Dem.) Johns have been much gratified by the as Executive to commit his State WASHINGTON, Feb.22: ISSQ. '4

patriotic the Constitution-true President is true to the to the Union-South, but true the to We have frequently lamented the very ready appearance this week of a new high against' the .Nashville Convention.His .- The Negro Qattftow Jfar* C mpromie 'A
; of solicited to the
do enable him to acquiescence persons grant We hear of another compromise the negrt !:
of hiroffice not ac* steamboat Hancock .
powers the Southern'people useof their names to petitions or memorials;indeed pressure ,.thq reply goes 'abroad ,to theuwodd,as question. Mr.-Dickinson? ,of New York,is&$ i
I oomplish what uiayshouid so lax is the virtue in this respectthat petitions, manded by O apt.' Murrayand which of the of 'betrumpeted another plan on thefoilpwi&g
aoi: will. demand. I have been discussing the I although numerously signed. are now regardedus p tha voice, people Florida, to .toe_ framing ,' "* *
loltcyof holding a Southern Convention, and I i is intendodto-be run, 'between Savan. 'iu .Abolition and terms:. & <'
entirely impotent for good or.evil. meetings
\ line of 36 30
1. ',To run the dejj. mJn'u, ,
Florida being represented as ,
the propriety illustrative this we' will relate well '"
As ft hah and Palatka in
My intense competition with papers-to hold us tip to the derision to the Pacific. :
these were open questions. :
Though attested fact which'had its locafa in the
t v>tuyBubjectof the interests, the'honor capitalof the mail line. It.was built at Pitts- ,2..,To admit California i North C pf the linen.\\.
. anxivty : of the South and the one of the largest and, most pulous Statesin of Northern Statesmen jmd.to the scorn State.: :V:: "," ," 'I
the preser- i
V und ConstitutiOnlahidthe j Uniol1J the Union. burg to tun on' the Savannah River, and of Southern. ,The communications ofExecutive '3.:.To ;.provide Governments for Desert **;;.a'
: ''fatiunortbe my Mr. A. proposed a bet of five hundred dollars -. !
*. With the question closed; That i its former is said have, New Me1C0'oieNoTth81ath00the: r
route to been
us on
: -
excuse to B. that ha could obtain the of '"
signatures Magistrates ,
.subjectsconnected lin without word'about'rivery.
upon of the
V'onventiou will be held is a "fixed tgctI. \ (mostly) ,
" :
more than a hundred of the most respectable the favorite. Its'splendid accommodations : ,. wiH wi.lh ourFederal 1 relations l 4" ,
State except Delaware
\ .
ErerySoUth4Ii1 citizens of that place directing tilt Governor: Tens
; for the
4. Territory-
:Hi represented, and Florida, pledged to"join' have hanged a given day,' the most 'approved ,for passengers and eight, and are invariably mad to Legislative! \ : bodies -S' .',To pay divide out' Texas into three,'additi
"1'; thel. 'I'bu!&" only question, is the mode of electing clergymanlocatedthere.accepted the proposition Of course. and, Mr.B.backed readily his reduced charges tb rlforvill, undoubtedly ,.. and ihe4is, ussjons, thereon Jo'discldse l ,. Slave Stales,prpepectively, !8-an' ,'offset**"' to 2*%

.Delegates.. How tbis sl16uld be done, your own give it a J large hare of the.public nesotaOregon and California. :T:
4 opinion by piling up the silver. But the sequel I whether such Magistrate speaks,!'the Some'Southern men say'they would befiM _;.

viilumwitl, provide.of Government where I proved that his knowledge human nature patronage. voice or the people1.: But Gov BBOWN with ihisr" but the few;'N'orth'ehnasali
'. Being at the seat i : ,
limited as :Mr. A.' not obtained ** '
was *
very l
whom meniicaesl scout IMgiving :
.. )
of acquiring correct .
t' i have: better ion opportunities than those! at-distance, I trust I requisite number of names, and of the kind It?"" The: 'Washington rreipoiiiIefltuttile ha cut o.f'th! I people f1oridatroiii'llopporLUr13tY all the turkeys to the S utb.
inform but he moreover'obtained:that of the ;
required Of all Northern it is due-of Mr.Dick'
f be excused fur making sujfgpstions to you himself! # 0. Baltimore Sun writing C this j kinxd and ,having, men
( r DIllY indentical clergyman Crescent under \ T f :sOI "thathe iitheleasrejndIddsaI ,
involving the mosi inuinentous cone ". ,say:
it '
OI-a s ject : :!: :dared'tQ/comm.iius; as a :State,against .
; date:of 25th lilt. hSo th._ He has neither nthItyto Iavt {
r l for :
entreating :
; : ieqi cu w* IthallbepasMoned<<: ; ; 'TheN.YorkO1obestates that one of,th e sit. says i
i mr ('uu LitUclltt)to send their bests ablest,and tings of the Convention that formed the'.Consti-. "Mr.. : Calhoun Jiasfinishea: dictating the;cpnVentionit i t;;i js,,,only.4"asinItvidqalS, ders; nor hut anxietyaDOvut' lore for the the Union isi reriJig'otthtll't.' ;:BIdlcuIoelIth1sprop j jgroesj '
i di ".t4ueo to represent them, regard- tutton of the United States a member! : OIIIS ; '
, Jrt06l # propoej the .raIsI
his which 'hi y
f ider ns. In this matter speech, colleague, Judge tha.trAye; caq expose : aitiobnay'seern ofhls, theNorthZ
'f.ii : article
Iws'of 4* to insert limiting
a standing
f t they oul par y teuuw'no :!rty. It is'a great .State, five thousand men;to which General Washing army Btitler, will J I Iin .all: probability, read, :onThursday \ iW8 stby'proving: r : l hiF1oridatpb.eresented :,:. eptsonthinglikeit.Wtld- "''*. ,; gaaxa't> $-Jg.; ; .

I ..:sectional, bU'JI..u e.-u question: in'which all.liave ton repli d.- that he should:have no objection to ."next. It.will'be'a,po w' rfulproductionperhapsthe ;in :' fhi "? r.- i- 3V ,
:rf: )spite p A Good 4wr.Wa'ealUlIquOrseU don l
Most it not of ,
witt.iiiB iotejeg all of such : 1
DU' qual" the 'insertion articleprovided it vjas : J l last .we ",hall lectuhriflselliuIjjim1"
tb'. :oiUcr Statfc Ii&.\'e,ento divided representation no amended, as to read that. no"enemy :should have from that extraordinary man{whono'doubt -i:.. JV\llfff'r\ (cpmmeiicmg"wijth i ,this::[glaring rlO' '"temperance Cfoto,,tbe'po :'bose,'r' lW
,..d Dtuidc'riiw. Would it not be invade the" wih than three tho'uand ; 'continuedinra g
of Wh.jj4. untry more i i orcpursp\ M t
Bawcl : ,,. has none 'bttthonorable ud.tivo .; : the tect 1'erlc'aJ1 be supported. there, :
wi for Florida: to do the men! Nothing mpre was heard of that" > '
>o :
\ i'crivsdr, ,.r,'.I tn.iy be permitted. to say original proposition.. i in all his'actions.t 'i; iiinjlar i ) if1ii.' nS;'f rms:1\. '.:mass the poor, yon hate, zaado paupeornPt, {" 3

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emocratic Meeting in Philadelphia, would say, bo\vev..rtbot'iyhller: think -and Ool.;Bissell-.1H.| which grew out Monday:la'April next,{. i&Ia..lefil hours of w.- atA ... I iT''.,'." II,

reference to the present sect.onul the perpetuation of:the'.Union of this of the debate in'the Senate,' in t which sale:the fbflowiugpropert i,1Ir: ,jwo bunflred l ;, ':J. V I,' ,r/.AJ tJ.
uggle. I It was held in the Grand Sa-the great family of American States,:bound ::reflections were cist by the 'latter-'uponthe :the East and}forty'theNortU acresblaDdmore'Wn otSlon17 rlt being. .; VV .,. J't. Jt. r
Museum, on )0. :; .f 'lt W
jnofihe Chinese together'in bonds of fraternal l affection, '. conduct ofhe" *Mississippi! Yolun-' ..nd North East J of Section 18.,Township 4$ : :.-,V"e ; V J r ;
: < 1 ftt"tt 4. .
22d instant, and proved, as 'and will do > Battle of Buena- Vista. 'It 19 BA&I 'of,Charles 2 V VVV.14i ; '
ht of the looking to what St has done Leers, at the Soath Bacge, thVproperiy PROCLAMATION BYwe J .
ventured to hope, a very different for the cause of human rights and, human ,appears that Col.; Jefferson Davis ultimately -i .Bussell, to satisfy O 1e.FL Fa:issued:from'I&e : 1 nenie #TH9 ';,I.nr;ff: u..
New York. Circuit Court MadUan county;Mr F'in'tk. ,
air flom the auempt at I happiness, within and without'its beca'meJrivolect in the matter,; :$\' >' ; L.it.=; "f.w.i. \
Vor of.William. >Tarti thfe. 18th FebTtS& ; ,It"Y'III. t1t1UO!
tePennsyIranian says: ,I borders,-would be cheaply! purchased. and that,,a dueLaiarranged. between' ":\ ". -- ,-<""" ,<. f't" ,'"-',Ao' 't"1afO"h" :,.' 'YY..f: at.Uitted 'a I'." f..t .

"It wa, in truth, a monster meetingie by the blood millions of its best citizens that gcntlemannnd Col. .Bissell I,": to,be "".- ''1 ,. ,- "1. -. <-81zeri1fDeatotico. ;.. : J lithe CtyVd4kISA&JtbtJunlI

true men, and, tried, name from all ,-if, however, our Union i isttfbe( fought with muskets at fifteen ,spaces :b. : b ,;85Q. "'. VV -_tdsJ. : ,1 ABNEB' J JPSOK. sat$...'.,_ ..
and country and %beb911 Of.OD', -Jt TTVJfeb! \ .d this MW V V
city x "
those Abolitionand The affair howeverhappily adjust .
this such of
great was 1*
a one an some VVtt i
V : nom' 1 r
r sdicttd
SheriffsSaIe.! 2 '
5000 \ _n.t
That over
capable of holding Free Soil agitators desire ; the people ed by General Taylor, who,' it will be> ; \ .Dd'ID 4JII tli'.'OtGUtb iiV.:
beforee Tirtae of vritof Firi Facias issued from
rsons, wall filled to suffocation, of one half the States to be the constant I remembered, is the, father-in-law i )_ OICOI., BY,the Circuit& Court,.of AUchua county,Ibe ollasbe J I1PriSoDe.J, Ul:.. :. :4tl.ldtr
fin- -
hour of organization-masses subjects of contempt, abuse, ind _Davis. Butb, gentlemen. were ,in, .the i levieii opoa Wi,vUl expose for sale:before .paid : and thu'saiTbcps -'V baa. 'u.- pj .

ng it imp-ssible to obtain entrance.- aggression-their peace disturbed'and Battle of Buena Vista, and"-,both aro: the:Court H.door,in Benton county, on the. a'' ,- m m at."ar&' .: '. .!.'tJt V
eofthetatjofjru1a-tJ. TK i&.ii
." ie enthusiasm irrepressible, from i their rights violated. by the people of the men of undoubted, bravery/ V <. first..Monday: 1flAp11, next, vithiaithe'.legal V
The cheersnd boon of sale the d to byMuittbe.1
the end. : : tollowang'lWJt property : '
beginning N other half driven of .br'iJ'me',
he until they are out win TJie RK <8.B3i of S.35,and the_W. sted .bythe1wsofud&td, :i
? .
applause nf the masses presentere the Union for protection, and then LOAN IN ENGLAND.- One ,reason, why 34ofthe,B.VtsX of.:S. 30MeTiedopou itfiheprojitrty hyoerOn.1jufldJ 6'W -; "D..anI,*?'.., -,

- bursts of ovel powering acclaraa- dragged into it again by force of armsit the Russian (IO<vas snapped up so .of James M. Bates, uTeattafy an Execution theapprehenwon'of' said Tboapsonsd his r.'t'".

ion. And when a small knot of Free would be dearly purchased by a suddenly in England is told in the following l. ia favor of. Stephen. Fagan.' ,- deliver/Ma to theSheriffofaaklyears td.AbnefThCr Coy a4 oK oi&\'H'rWL:j:

;oilers attempted to interrupt the meet- single drop of the blood ( the meanest letter, says the New York Express -. ;. _" '..... Sheri K'r M.."'MQODTT Benton Co., > -oage/ r rdr. c mptm Gt StH,t t-
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teru, commanding and emphatic. Union like this, finds parallels in "The Russian Emperor stands high "-z -, d noseblekeyes V V V V ,- ., auburn- ". -, ',.Ji..i ..aJ.. V.SSlSk."o-,Jr'?: 'i_
V ; ,
The same attempts in advance, to that of I Ireland with England, Poland in the money marUer' ,' in consequence Sherifi'&SaLe.V t. ectIy.J.Iuestinsouywbereot Inieret.':" V

:courage. disorder and break up the with Russia, and Hungary with Aus. of his liberal\.course'in regard to the old ,B i' virtue from the of Justice five.writs Court of Firi'of Benton Facias issued 'toy hand and causea the arid SnJ ot.(

neeting, were made in Philadelphia, as tria j only ours would be worse, for it \loan, in which, by seme e oversight, -V the I V wiljl expose forsale before"the'Court county House, I [SSAU] tbeSetobeaz41$4Tct V

md been so successfully tried in New would prove the curse of Cain, both to wording of the securities was IvabUj:to door;in Benton County,'on the firjt Monday in I t January A ilJMttfeVTHOiU3'BBOWN r "r1 r:.h1 V V. V V

\-Y'rnrLhut.., to the honor of Pennsylvania, I the conquered and the conquerors." the construction that he was to redeemhis April. -n'ex1..within. the, legal- .hours- .- "of'.sale- the. I ,: ... .VGoeeThidThvVZ,__._ ,_.__, .u. V V
hey signally faile! I. One of the best I I stock at a certain period, at the mar- following named V property levied upon by Tho.B. Bw. the Ocreernor-.Attest V V :.'n-',: ,:,.. .- 't""H I
Indications of( this meeting was that the A NEW FIELD FOR PHILAN- ket priceinstead of as was intended ,Jackson, Constable of Benton county,as the c..1v Dow cu.G" &mt. -' ."\t4t "V ; : "
par 1" _, i. .
: property;of John W. Rigga, to satisfy ,sundry V V V !tV"
Honorable Charles Brown was called THROPY.. The holders managed to run the atock Executions in favor fThomasPKcnnedy'sucl; Feb21550 J: ." : r .>: < \':,. :i VV

30 pieside over it. Mr Brown, like The Wilmington Commercial remarks up to 80 per cent premium,and he purchased Wm. S.Brewer to with; NW.: J f of S.:,7,T.23,., mw' .Jim8 <

Buchanan and Dallas, has kept faith appropriately upon the arrogantand the stock at thin rate sayingthat B.2U : V* N. } ;.MOfDY; V AU1iD2,1, t I IV

Mrilhthe South Its his public career, and insulting leiie of many of the must he was responsible for the mistake V Sherriff, Benton County.'. V I it t .;{:f' V
. tds ALLEYi-BiLUA8l
March 2- 183Q, >a I
sever given us cause to suspect in a respectable Noithern newspapers in of his agent. The same I letter says.. -. -- V '' .', (

single instance that he was disposed to regard to the present sectional controversy i "We fear the late decisi9ns with you, Notice SALOON" &cV ."b ; :''' l '

wntler to the Abolitionists, at the risk ,-in the name of *he Union, and will revive the feeling against all America THE 49 connection terminated between on the 1st the inst.undsrsigfted, .SUBSCRIBER- ..:-:} r; 'Y..t: i.V iJk ,'.

jft'ue peace and the just rights of the under the pretext of sustaining its sanctity stocks ; for people say already, V JOHN S. GILCHRIST, THE taurr1orth i(tide hasJa,_'one* oneaei door.fraa om G. ."I>

f-hiveliolclmg Stsites. using language calcul.ned to des- if institutions in New York;are endeavoring WILLIAM ALSOP. corner cfjauBOWLINGALLEYUd' .streetj;...'.REST4\UlUN'l'-'."

The proceedings of the meeting, too, troy all its hold upon Southern people to evade their just debts by a Jacksonville Feb. 26; 185O.mar2 V tf BILLIARD IALQOl ':

\vere very much in the plrilof this, its and tit give to it the significance of quirk of law, what are we to expect 8IO Bea'd.. The new.estahlisnment has been fitted u?.eatin1ro4.. V
;and is for the .,
irrt act. Many speeches were made, sworn tliraldom to tyranny, rather than from other States 1" I WILL give a reward of Ten Dollars .usual .open reception- .V o.fTiaitan' V -j itthe. .

md the Wilniot Proviso and Free Soil* I the bond of brotherhood among equals.A ,- --. .-- for the apprehension and delivery to T:8& ', _',
sin were denounced and repudiated, on most striking illustration of this SCOUR1SQESTABLISHMENT me of my negro woman, SUSAN,'who V
DYiNG AND been
supplied with thechoieesVUa_
from the house of Mr.JohnA ,
ran HAS
hands apparently with the hearty to us by the same mail.- away
ill spirit i-otnes Jones while in his employ Said negro foot bevrrages to suit everjr'palite :wUl h V
concurrence of the great body of thessembtage. I it is the New York Evening Post, and yellow complexion and stout and about for. beprepared fith despatch. The deucael&qr'

On the several pointsof not hosue low organ of the blackguardism No. 73, York mrrcl, ty.fiveyears ofage. 1 ,have reason to believe the season...n.be at allVtjj53upp5,4jjters : .

the delivery of fugitive slaves, the of a great city, that utters the fol (REAR OF TH COURT HousE,} she is lurking in the vicinity of Ja k3cnrill all hours, Partridges,and on Venison the shortest Steaks notice, &,.'a nN ii; ,

abolition of slavery m the District t and I lowing language: SAVANNAH GEO.ALEXANDER ELIZABETH J. HALL. "* j:' '
Jacksonville Feb 23d 'W. The Billiard .. ,
.1"l,V V
shve trade between the States, the "The NorthCarolina Standard ; V- :
Ihe I expres-j V been for V
-00- inip ited'UPrea11: .the RoaM
*\Vilmoi I'rovisi ,the Free Soil agitation, I ses I the opinion that the Legislature of I Notice.ON .. HAS is of the most'bsaatifal ccc2tra. V

tnd the rights of the South-me reso- that State, ought to defray the expenses GALLOWAY, Saturday the 30th day of.next March, I tion, with'air'and India rubber.caihibaav" a' J.- "'
will sell at the Court Hoqse in this County '. ._ V
Returns bis thank to his friends, for the fa. "1 '. '
iition adopted by the Meeting ale in of her delegates to the Nashville The ..wl..PI. 4Jt .
j vora he has received since he commenced business as the Laws directs,Two Hundred and Seventy 1.- :, i '
he L.et spirit. But unloriunately, j I Convention. One motive suggested for in this city in 1832, and would state to his Acres of Land, the remainder of the Real A. RE also just from_the) WOkfl11tUVa457, V

eIther the speeches u.,r the resolutons j this is to insure a full attendance. We, friends, and the public generally, of Savannah Estate of the Estate of James Long, deceased, convenience.for theentertainaeai.imd

tier any solution of the California j* suggested, if that i is the object, the Leg- and its vicinity and the surrounding country, sold to pay the debts'of said Estate. Terms, comfort of guests has been provided. V

tiou= the most dangerous of all- islature will have l" do something more that daring his late visit to London and Scotland halt cash and half twelve monhts credit. The .*** cordially invite,the.puhlio iaeaS-**. t '
que> he has acquired various improvements land is situated near this town, and known as this Establishment,assuring, them?that I chaU
Because under the mask of this, the than foot the bills Unless very necessitous -: connected with Hunger and Hardship Plantation,'formerly oc- spare no effort to contribute to:thei reereties. :

whole power and malevolence 01 Abo-I delegates' are chose", it will takea I DYING & FRENCH CLEANING, copied by Cot I. D, Hart. S GEORGE SSUT.." t

monism, and all its allies, are driving I round sum of money to hire a quorumof I MARY LONG, Adm'x, ,February161849.V J .< .
which he trusts will enable him to give general : .
I Per S. D. FERNANDEZ Agent .. \
on to ihe fon-iiuiinaiion of their projects delegates from the slave-holding; favor him : :
satisfaction to all who may please to Jacksonville, Feb. 23d, 1850. tds I Notice. :J VV.i f
of evil. Can a Colonel! in the army Stated 10 how themselves iu or about with their patronage. \ months after date f shall V *% mj! VV I!

will Uul law or reason, divide a Nashville "n the day fixed for theConvention. Ladies' silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls &c.,' Administratrix Notice i SIX and.vouchers to theBOnJadpot'--present > [
districts &&. cleaned and dyed various colors, so as to months after date I shall present my accounts I.Probate
conquered country into prescribe If anyone should, out of cur- SIX for:Duval.County,for.final settleaetsV
give good si\t:d'ctiuD.. and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of I and' ,
of'oter call discharge as AdmiaistratrU of D. Farrij > ,
the other motive
qualification iosity, or front, any setout Table Covers cleaned or dyed as may be re Probate of Dnval county, for a final settlementand deceased.V. SARAH ".'
conventions, and make States-that is i ) we venture to say they would not quired.Gentlemen's. ask a discharge from the further administration Jacksonville-January- '191850 P.PERH1S.: : VV

the question, and we regret that so good dare to admit to the stage driver where garments renovated in the same of the estate of John E.Saunders,.deed. '. ,:'. ;, :.'f' :. -'-.f. "

a lawyer, and sound sln unan, as Mr. they were j"ing, nor at Nashville what good style as formerly, ISO us not to be surpassed late of. Dnval county. V. I 'B' UFEL. ) :.C mp l1DdEtheri31 r .rfa : V

Charles Brown, had n.l given an opinion came for. by uny done at the North, or dyed as may MARY E. SAUNDERS 'of Tan an immediate. CouP Cure v,VV ..
be required, withont staining the skin or soil. Admin Jtratris. I. rsaleby L)1.UEu: V
on it. The Meeting, however, did&dupi. "We are no prophets, or there will ing the linen. Jacksonville, Feb 231,1850.MAGN1F1CE'L'. Feb.2 V 1800. ii .J : : ,/ I
otie resolution, which is signifi be more delegates from the free than Lulies' Bonnets dyed black, cleaned, and : l'

cant, probably, in this regards \\'c from the slave; States, when that Convention pressed in a superior style. i LOTTERY -1. t' s. "t' .' 1: 'h"r :
Ladies' and OeDtlew n'8 Kid Gloves cleaned
quote it. I I is h.-ld." after the most approved London fashion. One ffrand. f apiu t of ..ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELtOB .&tll! c S 1

; I'd. Rtiolced TJiutin the opinion of this meet- So, thf lre Soie! will be in Nashville I Terms moderate.N. $1OOOOOulsnOOOO43OOOO42OeaAnd HAVING removed bis ofice (rW tolwnlH* :

!iag.the >ui>jH', uf t in>gr.. slavery ia i it* bea-m' will they I110111 will they send! U Orders from Florida, South Carolina; 250 frizes 2000., 1 to JacksonvillelDuTal V t i

i ou tile Uuiuu. > utiuui of adjustment, and Mr. Via Buren's last Southern tour in and the interior of Georgia, will be faithfullyand VIRGINIA TATE tOTTERY, Hspectfolly; informs his'friends'thit he !masocuited -' !
s'.umhl lie spmlily: jjeltieJ forever, on & fair.iji : with him in j
attended the
I practice of Law. Ou .
Cousiiluuouiil between search of he Presidency did not turn ,punctually. For the benefit of Mopongalia Academy, : 1
! : & r MUI arrangement ---- --- ----- --== brother; S .W. &: ?ERSQ,. ,., ,j
I the gUvehuliiiiig aiiJ non-bl.tveliolding States. |I out profitable, and he would not, we DiIrieleurl of die United Slates, i, Class D, for 1850. The firm will be represented S V at'eaeh ind.

\ Ye, tie question "does admit of ad- I susPt'"Ct, care to repeat it. Mr. Judson! KOUTUKRN DISTRICT OF FLO U.4. To be drawn at Alexandria, Va, on Saturday,' every.term Of the Circuit' Court in the several* :V\

juuneni provided thero be founda of the r\stor Place Riots, is not out of April 27, 18)0, under the superintendence Counties of the Eastern Judicial Circuit-The*' :
% can
is hereby given that pursuant to an
of Commissioners. Countyf Hamilton -in the;;Middle(Sreait V
Northern pasty which is content with prison yet ; and besides there is such n NOTICE or the lion.Isaac 11 Branson,Judge .. W. IflAUBV & Ce., .'ITlnnnBcr V The Supreme Court atTallahoxsev 1h. 'V I;I

somnthing' I less than all the possessions fearful Account of crime against him in of said Court, the April Term thereof,requiredby drawn ballots. U.S.'Court at St. Augustine. :" -, T--J V :
7S number -13
of the United State; Tennessee, that his visit I there would law to be held on the first Monday of April, lottery- ***All business entrusted'to their 'care wiU. t

Finally we cannot but our probably give him too much other business will be adjourned to the 3d Monday ((1 J J5tb) of SPLEKDIO SCHJME. ": V receive prompt *tt ntion. V Vf: -t i '. : t V
express April, 1850. 1 of Addresi VVJJ p. & S. V
magnificent capital $100,000 ; IV.S.&NDE8ON.
gratification at the tone and sentimentsof to allow of his acting efficiently JOHN T. MYRICK, Marshal splendid prize of c- 50,000 JiconvilIIDuaVc'tyy1Notice. t I

this imposing assemblage of the in politics. Their remains Captain Per G. L ZKUSBAUB. Duputy Marchal, l do 30,000 -. '.," J. .;;

Democracy of Philadelphia. If the Rynders, the hero of the Tammany St. Augustine, Feb. 23, J8)0. mart 7t 1 do .. 20,000 ., V V ,

people of Pennsylvania shall sustain its Hall fracas, and he will doubtless be selected 1 do V. t ,OOO NOTICE isherebjr giTen>ajl parfOwi;5: ; i '
proceedings, the power and position of to represent the Northern States Notice 1 do n,556 .th$on Monday the II li day of February r

that great State will do much to avert Ht the.Nashville Convention. He is litpractise it I Y WIFE, MARY, daughter of Wm. New- 250 30 do lowest-' -3-number- 3,000 next,! will apply to the H on. PeHi Ur g-V
i I bern, having dtstrted my BKD and BOAKD stonJudge .of Probate-for the county Do va'
indicated V V .
of work here V
the that Union or the sort of. .
the 65 prizes 500 : '
dangers impend ver ; for leave
end last 1 to sell the Heal
since the January hereby give notice t' Property belonging j
and which New York and New England l by the Post, and indeed considering that 1 shall not responsible for uny debts 6-1' do V V.- .'>V. V_ t" 300 to V the Estate :of"James i I jog debased.,cr*>L j

eem intent only on increasing and that the Van Bur en organ come she may contract, and all persons are warued 65 65 do do.- / .' ." .,200 160 muchthereof) azwill be:ncccsaary'topdy the r :

hastening.We I out with its insolent threat *o close on not to trust her on my account. outstanding debts" ofsaid- Estate. .'-, V- '; V '
latest' JOSEPH SALAS. 4,810 do'- :-. i 8Q ,.1: ;: ,., .MARY LONG, Mmr:;. V
coru'luJ' thii notice the hreis "I' Captain Rynders's V V do 40 VV
by quoting 7,041 -
Jacksonville March 211, 1750. 4tSheriff's Jacksonvnig _Jan. 19th. ,. 1850y4t"k:: / *
tin clo-e of Mr. Brown's admirable ad- feat of ruffianism, it is reasonable to Tickets 84Q-Halves S20,-Quarters 810- -. : ..'

dress on taking the ihair : suppose that it was in the nature of a Eighths $5. VV ,m A .- -30: VV 'V '. ,. t. _
Sale Benton Co. ?Ja Price of certificates packaged in the above
rehearsal or preliminary drill for the ; SUBSCRIBER would. i .
fully !
"I know that many, even of th'ise Magnificent Scheme,as follows: I
rnmd onslaught by which the whole virtue of a writ of Firi Facias iSsuetl'OutDt'the LorlafrindIandthepublicgencra1yyVthatbs '1
most earnest in urging their own j BY A certificate of package of.26 whole ;
pecu- South is be worried their own Circuit Court Benton,and to me directed has prepared a few roomsinMsdtfeN VIinboqae9n i ,
to on V *
liar doctrines upon the South, say theydo I have Levied upon 'I.hall.exp08e for tickets v r. S50000 ; Pinexsirec ;:&r,the 1
not desire the dissolution theUnion grounds, frightened out of their own sale in front of the Court House door of Benton Do do 26halns' 20000 tion of travellers,and soUcito'thaj rbnzp d.! 5

-that the Smith will yield before they house, aud devoured at their own din- County within leg.il hours of sale on the,first Do do -26quarteri> 125; 00 those who may.&' to v1tlJsekzunvi1l. fern
fler.table.faptain; Rynders is undoubt- Monday in Apnll1cst the following property, Do do 6 eighths 6250 business, ,or health. Tbebnlldisgia V
will secede and if they do secede that ,
; wonderful man and an able to wit: One hundred aud fifty acres of land A certificate of a package ofw1ogaijUenti.J 4 new.:one'and-has been,reeeatly I
they will be compelled to submit by edly a no re or less being e East 34 South East% tIe the holder to all over 442 nett ttstpjajbe: Invalids. can fcs fcisbioritor' V
force. I hose who reason thus, are and faithful representative of Northern Section 24, Township 21, Range.19; and West drawn by the twenty.six tickets named therein.: wjthoat i i. ferej5hserfaad way b certain of hAd s V !i
grossly deceiving themselves as to the interests and of the blessed cause of %of South West UoC Section 19,Township\ I. ,Certificates of" hales',quarters" and eighths in I,'TerJ'aUe t.icm aj4 a tbofort"1StnNi.t. V

and intention of the people of freedom of speech and, universal. philan. Ltange20 ; also one quarter Section of land being proportIon V V" is provided for .travellers Irosi V:IbS.Oi7III. VSThaersii -
temper This splendid scheme is one. of th inost attractive
West % of North West #V of Section :29, i iAnd.East ? win b9 11'mod.
thropy ("kick out that wlli e-liveled ... t '
united ,
the South. They are to a man, M of North East 3 ,of,Section' 30{ .ever drawp I;; the United:States,and '.," J' : WM s..DONALMOIf,%
in the determination to protect their man I"! ) but we rather think he will'not Township 21 1 t Range 20,,the'property of James well worthy of the attention;of JMlventnrers,. .. JtcboavUle.' .. ,Dee.224.IS*; V ", "

domestic tranquility, and their constitutional gets far as Nashville this year.-Merc. layman[ and Jeremiah M. Hayman,to satisfy% The lowest prjje that can ,be:draw by'a ticket' ,_'- S '..- ':' ,t' !. :7VV, _- ;

l in theUnion, if they can; FL Fa.in favor James L.'Took,this 18th Feb. having "on'i" ." |three' of"the' 'drawn' 'iiqmbers.rie"* i'--v7rv .; '. .:, "GeerjiILOrders_ ,,.,. 1' f "
rights S
Life '
MORTALITY IN CALIFORNIA.- 1850. N. M. MOCDY .S2,000; ; # 'url\ A.1'JUn' : .1 -
and'if they cannOt thus protect them, Insurance Company in this city finds Sheriff, Benton County.' Orders for tjqkets:and shares and certi&ates j..1', Tii/. 'f 7.. l' i:l., i i.J ..
defend their rights out of it. it isnot March 1800.V tdaSheriff's .of package? in.the &bOYeI3gD1fi &ntVwi1bepamtIyAttendedt eojseme :<; v', 'e : ,
the number of deaths among its California ; ,. : 1t'A ctionia' hereby crdsrKl to feo fe J4 is, V .
i it was when Gen. Jacksop I and an 4 iiflt ofthedrawjqg :' Jfte ; "Diviaon'oftJa. f l ifo WUita
now as risks seventeen, instead of 3 1-2, .-. 1t J L i
.1 wi1ibeeentinith.ediseygtftr1&i. '"
issued: his proclamation' against tbp nulrliters which '' V ,D tit Moiylay fia ApKl wot atifeftpoloted ) --it
they should have been accordingto Sale, Benton. Co., ;FJa- over to all who pay order tickets frm us ; by J.torth.et..OCo.. '

uf south Carolina. She thenstcxiUalone tho tablaa.! This affords some idea:of SHALL expose for sale in front of the CourtHouse : Ad4r .J i. : :C' UBYJ'Agmt&,; ,'j.oesa' ''ft Major. ft--" .to.comau eI1- f VV5ssl4Div3o
q. #
\ V V '
: other Southern .
-all the the hazards to life encountered by Cal- I door of Benton' county, on ,the l first : p.' ;'.2fS Jv.a'" ; ; to fill ,thirvacas*=y ooeaaioif V i

Slates repudiated her nullification, and ifprnia adventurers. Young men whoa Monday in:Aprl| next, within the Jegalhours ::: "' .J !- '..l V :, ,thWuon.of,Geasral Je feCft7t >rOSc '.t.t ii

refused to' mike common cause with' doing even well at home of sale following property to wit:"One hun '. ;1I0TleE V V ; ;E EI1 i_ r$ coa(cndicg..Erodes.Beg: ..tI
tolerably ,
dred and acres of Land more or less being '&t.Ui ns,. end Cojapaci withla'ti$ \ ,
her. Ifovr 'they are all-fronj theChesapeake had Better herp -JVeioWilUainHnnt sixty f ] OTICE hereby given to all nersons SntearJLl > ; 'i
.bey are.
stay w ,
the'Nortb.\V U of Section 23'Township 21 .tiaid Dioesherb'r
: 'eted that fpur.weeks fro dat we wiUapply'to V
Rio Graqdgunited
the .
to Ytrlf EzpTU Range 18;the property of;'Michael-Shoolta.toM1isry'tWD the Son.'Felix Imia cn ;Jcdgeof; i to- effect,this order within t eif.. ". .

by OQO mind,and in one determination. .1. ..;;issued.>from Justice Court 'rrobXe tar se oitvat .t esU ccamads;anted lPakii. tlsw. V V
-'- --' couay fo1'.l
Be them their feelings of but ;' in' fuvbr of'Thomas P. -1111_ordered t b3&Vth5V"IC
just tu ; respect formerly Philadelphia, of llUlsborpagh county ,. the reai(1'ro pert Mcssging to f th*Estateof '
and rights, as you would they 'should the most cxtcRsire sugar planter in the 1\Island Kennedy served by: .John f Boy et, 'Constable James James decried f or somncb)lhereo;'iMi ,.Inspectors of the tI\fi.... 1V
and this formidable J I league -. of Cuba, recently dial. Viw will| .;as* opened Benton county,and returned me for sale, will b necerE ytopaythefouta *idiB delta i1l .(.aa4E '- ''
re8pectyoirs, on the 18th in Philadelphia vhen his qephew. this 18th.Feb. *850. 'f '- fWd ; >: '* ..1ct3 : ; *i ia. _. ; "n' r
,which threatens ourDninn' lyith djis- William Hunt Stewart, vas foan'd/to'he the sale ;*>h :N J 'AlO DYt" : -. ....,..._. : ,.,. 'fii '- MEthMfMpV _4 ,'t q. -. "f, '.i j ; .I'j. )
solution, and our whole country with heir to his< immense possessions, ;twhjch' :las) Sheriff toD'CO.-; .. NUY.4UQi JAMEVLd'X. :' jfjft Iit\l b ..=__ .,.
the direst calamities, will be dissolved year yielded $U 0"OQO.and.may sa fe'2be: : set MacchIl85o.V, 'tds V V .-."aelUNl\nu6' -'V 4 ... ...: ., ovv.-.'.3'J.-f 4 V b I>ha;elcctioijiviDistricts ._ V
electric shock i in an hour.- down as annually worth $90,000.:'This/itartee ,. -1' l' ,. ,;. -.J. 1I-.J-_ J J ; ; to BJVJI uo dajs;,a6 te.tth ee/l $kthmoftixa .VV f V
as by ab is charged Kith the payment of $200,00.0 in legacies -V ':E'IESR GABD ;_ t. '{.i pbHaJa.w. V

Should we refuse thtse to them, as certainly ,'and five years given for thai purpoaed.- 'dl JR Ji JIDG, { "D ,Ttt.01'niJ'; 'Q.See.Ji & aWed --- "* ,.,. l f't" .,OSM. ., I.. S J i
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as that we have a Union, they Mr. Stewart is quite youn&; and probable "my et! '.". ;"hitTft t tadfcr ea10 hr" ; 4.4iF4rV ..4-r; -

will Avilbdnmr themselves! from it ; andnothing be.the. 'richest uwn of his age in tU> UV1Oil.V, V V. 'EATY EXEC "A'\'n4tsror.l't. Mt' ".r I 'F.. !'..2'lS3.0".it, .. ,'. .": Cr-' V ,' 'I'..-.-" 'lI R .,. .. -,.< V i
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t rJi t I. ";' l1;." 3U'f1>r.'>!f' >j1 r\f: >unable Walk,and wa! as h elpless as acl '

!II! .- ; ; !c'. ftA1I! tSi.AqQ.t. \ : 'J\o'lHtd _t t1 ;she' commenced ruzIiigyo t Sarsapailu4he -':
; 4 n immediately .beganjta regaiftjher
ATLANTIC & GULt:R !LUOAp)6b.IPANY.IT 'rpHIS tWILL her complaints left and: ,- .
.. .. *'J|. : "' :' herrt afte taking .
I IS ni6 uatUtWintentionof undergoneIftorohgfe-, nil bottles she js{ .":
hereby ; : r..ston 'Being a'iia0
is now the ; ,
a'' of the Atlantic ind'Gulf. Railroad Company __._:_-_ .. J.eopeOe4J'or (reception ot'cpm.j; easel th6nghVit inigfctdo1 goOd1optlbJlIhJ j ,

to apply for amendments to'the Charter: of THIS JNSTiTUTIpJT WlLL-BE' OPENED'0N' P5s-'A m tftCI1? *'It/'jif tn" '4'?-, ..i i!TW) "*** he tIseil a number of remedies!ti '-. doneit
Thefwell; which thisHouse;
1 said Company! the nqtt wee lig\:: f.the General -< I 't he first Monday;in June next,at 9 o'.cl' ck, A.M.;? ;'has acquired earnjfta, it isftheidtcniibn6f reputation? the pfesentf-:} no' good. previously;? Tours; recun ',...

; Assembly of Florida.-" : i in Jacksonville, East Florida/ .*' K I proprietor to SU&jfl1i; : "f. t ,*'v'** i&iil3ito: :! ::,11 "4JO11N .MUE2iorfo1kit_ : .4 --4'T I \..

r / November., 4, 1849: .. 3in, Separate rooms will .be fitted' tip:for tbe' < ivery; accommodstion be .extende& tog !
t ; *** -t "- : \f* "1 t* ,-A, i !: J .. : ;; Jll' 0 'TllEJ'LADiES \:.
rLand. -. For, 'SaIc'Near, comniodation oT young Lads and Miss swhere, es.1nTjidtrave11ezs. ad4pflieis f i\IJ\ 1 ; : J : Ui

('I :, : /., :'* '., .Tampa.' $they: will ,be instructed in the Elementary and find this house desirable. It is'SItuat fnelH r t }GRR44' .wnT'JTri'If Jffj? M.EPICthZ:'.;}

!! : : ", !! ,higher branches of an English and classical. ,the,;awuiu' w1tidk pi ziasf **vw: t9Jbng,. ; ,, j DR.T9w$3Eiu i< ;SABSAPABIULI;< rt.. ., '. "is a c.J; ;
Education and will be-1itt d 'for'' & BOlerda
: young men 'irtraid! irifront jftnd-protected: '
I .'
,.rUiflanit! djquarter: 'section quantity: I. lies College or for professional, in the.Latin and 'norheastwind1 hdrooms ar, eJ.igl Iy.t .. ,. ,'i ___: .__ .-1 and pecy; foVihcipie'at cohsninpttoiJL IS
-. .. 'fAN oi the,general p Strntionl of the
t1'1i' I at.twelve miles <'" i." .vENT.IULrtY systeW
!! Hammock. Greek classics, and iri>rthe' Philosophical and ted lagq f\Rd ,airrtbo building l fitures&c,. ft
i ; : : oq T .COMPQUKP. matter 'whether the'result of inherent
; ,
(1i8t41t&fFQd ih'ji pleasant: and grdwiii'yLI1ageofT4mp : Mathematical\ sciences i i. '. ;. "lingnew.. The,House biUt'iif wdod lslahed'a cati

r; 6Abont"one.halfis: cleared l aui has'been'ln'cultifitidn Arrangements.THE.VEAR p\ (ef d\i,\ &c 'i-" JIty ro; it isluilt r exprethoi'theiirpos -- .-;1 ; 1HI8MEDICINE' : ; wafpreparedjhy.a regular 'f or }iCanses, produced by rirregulaHty.illiiea2accident. .
two yer.irs. The soil is Physician and is the; result of an exten- 7
1. c.
l' 'N ,) U ," i tv ; ; ? > '-J Icl
warm, light and of good depth ; an I is wellknorrfor will be divided into founquarters,' With ; ccombined the 'siyi practice' 0 rV''seiia1' years i.ii..U in (a'billotis"1 eli-; ;M Nothing pan, be more. surprising ,tnantQ i .

: : : Its large yield of '$; L otton.The .:- -'j of about 12 ,weeks each, with intervening vaca thumauy.'advantng, ,> ; mate,'"Th'dse' who have 'nse Mrs
: tions The will huve the first present proprietress DAYIS,assures those. '
ateria day two sessions: othersneed .sOn all weakness and lassitude from
softand'pure;and the place :1:deci the house that'her exertions wilt' salutary'- 4j'cts.. upon no tekJ4|:$,
from 9 to 12 M.-arid the'second: from 3 tfr 5 P.! patronizing .
The health at once become robust and full of
dedlybea1tliy. Several hundred other ;tcres : evidence of its great/value ; eneJ'111nttit
could;be t,'ajac'erit: and similar;'the whole being i !(M. Wednesday mornings wiiij appointed to betople.ase.Very, respectfully' of thousands,lisa been perfectly restored by its influence. immediately..countera jtbnervelessness '

n:f't 'lain moderate elevation. The' exercises. in English composition' and'declamation. THE PROPRIETOR this e.Iicinelien; nil( 'other remedies i have : of the ,female 'rnmeJ which j tl\a

is' in the woods ; failed.' "Its '* not simply to great cause of barrenness. .
range: good neighboring and. ; operation .s suspend
St. Oct.
'which lattharc After the first term, nc pupil will be received Augustine, -20,1849. : t + .. '' the disease bat ,to the Will not be expected GruB in cases
p, priories,. quite extensive. WIthIn N. B., Attached the house is fine stabling. for iii time, purify sys of ti I
except at or.necr the beginning the session; '
delicate a nature to exhibit certificates
convenient -' sound and health.
(', on the public land, is a boats and all fix'tcres temt'nndrestoreit perfect ron'i
carriages horses'ponies
cite for a residence', overlooking scene 'of surpasihg and no pupil, \ for less than one term. excursions. oct, 27 2m A .small.Treatiseoh the "causestreatment performed, but we can assure the;afflicted tkl

beauty.; The terms will be made known Tll ton. ; ,- and cure offeyer and agtie'and.othet:diseases of hundreds of cases have be nreported to.us. qDa.

by application at Key West, Florida, to Heading, Writing and Arithmetic, $6,00 Boot and S"'S'' n'er -:- bilious climates. /. '* m y' be had gratis pf the 'un TowNs ND : My wife being greatly"dV-

J.v.. STARK. studies \ dersigned. tressed byweakness and general debilitahc1
..: Higher English 8,00
Dec. 1, 1849. 6m Philosophical and Classical studies, 10,00 THE his; SUBSCRIBER residence" having taken in: Also, numerous certificates from men of the suffering continually by pain and niti,:othq

One half the price of tuition,according to the i .. Jacksonville up permanently.informs highest respectability, testifying the great difficulties and hA'Yingkno1fJl where jca* '

JSL.&t'a'VOOD'j, MAGAZINE studies pursued, will be expected in advance, : the that, respectfully'he 'is efficacy of this medicine can.be seen on application -; medicine Las effected great cures; and t.
: \ AND THE and the.balance at the end of each term. public now prepared. 'to hearing it recommended for such cases cs1j

British, 'Quarterly lIe views. Board will be provided in Town at' reasona- to its carryon branches.the As.he Boot,and obtains Shoe all business his materials in all T. O. HOLMES & CO., described, I obtained n bottle of your Extna

OWING the late revolutions and ble rates month for from the un-. of Sarsaparilla followed the.directions
to counterrevolutions per Pupils: directly from' 'New York he will be enabled to Agents for Jacksonville: and Vicinity. },,
the nations which try and.Parents and Guardians who desire -' gave me. In a short period it removed Let
among Europe, ; may work Jacksonville Feb. 24 6m
fur ish at a much less price and J849.
have followed each other in such quick succession ,to avail themselves of the facilities of this .custom I plaints and restored her to h alth. Berngrateful

and.of which "M end is not yet,? the leading Institution.for the education.! their children of far superior:Duality tbanha3: bitherto- been DR. TOWNSEND' COMPOUND EXTRACTSAESAPARILLA. i for the benefits she received Itij*
accessible his citizens. He
fellow trusts
periodicals of Great Britain:, bave become and others, may be assured that no exertion to : ; thatr i pleasure in thus acknowledging it;and reccs;r
the been
which has ext
I invested with a degree of interest hitherto un- will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and patronage already n- ThisExtract mending it to the public.] :t'J,
ded to him and for which he takes this is bottles-it is'six '
occasion -, put up in quart M. D. .
knagdiiThey occupy a middle ground be, :progress in knowledge of all who may be MOORE: cor. of Grand & Lydia sto- '
to return his sincere'thanks will be still and warranted
timeS'clieapt1 -
pleasanter superior
tween the hasty,disjointed and necessarily; imperfect eLtrusted to the care ofthe Principal. AlbanyAug. .
continued. ; to sold. It cures diseases withoutvomitinjnSrgingsitkenin '! ,"'Z"I' ,
records of the and the elaborate RUFUS K.SEW ALL PrincipalN. any
newspapers, AND MARI2IEDLL.ElJ,
,0f.a11 kinds: ,executed with neatness the .
Repairing or debilitating -
and ponderous treatises to be furnishedby B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to patient
and. despatch, directly opposite B1LL1ARD -: ,and is particularly adapted for a This Extract Sarsaparilla has been expro i
the historian at: future Whoever provide seats and desks. Chairs: are recommen- *
a day.
: ded. SALOON, in Bay Street.BENJAMIN. : FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The ly prepared in reference to female complafij,
reads these/! periodicals obtains a correct and [Republican copy.1] ." : '
MILLS. No female who has '
G: I great beauty and superiority of this Sar reason to suppose she IS if
connected of nil the May 19,1849. tfrpHE
account political
important Jacksonville: ,.Sept. 8thj; 1849. 6ra1CCJD sa'parilla over all other remedies is> it eradicates pr aching that critical period, "the turn of life*
events of1 the :old world and ,
as they OCCUr; JACKSONVILLC IIOT 'L.- disease, it invigorates the should neglect to take it. as it is'a certain prf.
1 learns the Ylriousconclusions drawn from them ,
U., R. &. CO. body, consumption: cured, ventive for any of the numerous and horriblt]
by the leading spirits of the The
Publishers therefore deem nge.it proper to call: lli.i.UU. : R. R. REID & CO. having leas-,I cleanse and strengthen diseases to, which females are subject at tlii
be cured of life. This period be
consumption can may delayed fw
renewed attention the works Wharfand the buildings attached
to they republish ,
SUBSCRIBERS : taken lease
having a several
and the low prices at which they are offered JL are now prepared in connection with their bvonpchitiSj consumption, liver complaint! years by using this medicine. Nor is it ,
very of the formerly occupied by Mr.: Colds, catarrh asthma less valuable for those who
coughs SpItLtingofblood. are ap rO chili
subscribers. The following is. their ,
WOOD solicit continuation of
respectfully a
soreness womanicod it is
MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- in the chest, as calculated to assist natwf
,, list, viz : I the extended patronage: which has hitherto flush by the blocd
WENT to hectic night sweats, difficult quickening nnd invigoratiEg tliisysteni.
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW been bestowed this well known estab- a .
upon or profuse expectoration Indeed, this medicine is invaluable
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, li hment. In order the better merit it they BUSINESS.Their and painin all the diseases to which women are subject. il
: have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the charges are established bytheSavanJ
; TilE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW the side. &c. It braces the whole system. renews >
nah rates. ,
building, and adopted many improvements to andcan cntly the natural
have enrrgjEs-by th
1 '
removing $
TilE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, promote the health and comfort of their guests They are the Agents of- the U. S. Mail be impurities of the body-not so far stimulating,,;'
The old friends of the house will certainly Steamers at this place, and are now enabled
I AND cured.Probnbl the: system sis iopmiutea bul&equcnt:! relaxation ]
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. deem it an advantage that: the table will be under to offer the every Public facility to .the'Merchant. Planter there never was a remedy that ha s which is the case almost medicines take.
; The above Periodicals are reprinted in, New the superintendence of an experienced consigned generally.Goods to their'care will be received been so successful in desperate cases of consumption for female weakness and disease. ;

"' York, immediately on th arrival by the British'steamers Hostess by whose aid: they flatter themselves and forwarded with despatch. as- this;j' it cleanses and strengthens the DISEASE OF THE HEART, RUP

\ in a beautiful clear type, on fine they shall not bo rivalled by any Hotel in the Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situated -. system,.and appears to heal the ulcers on the TUREAIVDJROPSY.MwYoricJuly.22,1S46..
enabled the constant
) winte and faithful the being now by steam .
paper, are copies of originals convenient to the Wharf. I lungs, and the patients gradually regain their
communication with Savannah and Charlestonto
Bhickwood's: Magazine being an exact facsimile : usual health and strength. DR. TOWNSEKD-Dear Sir: 5iy wife Its
Palatka) St.John's River E. F. ,January 13
have the advantage of the fine markets of : been
of the Edinburgh edition.In CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. afflicted with a disease of the heart" aii <
those Cities. In addition they bring to the business 1849. ly with terrible '
these periodicals:: are contained the views, There is scarcely a day passes but there area rupture for over.fifteen, yean,,,
moderately, though clearly and firmly expressed i an experience of many years, which will HOLMES & CO. number of cases of Consumption reported as the greater part of the time. She has ben"
i enable them to judge better the means of attending troubled with
of the three great pirties in England-Tory cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's shortness of breath and great flnt
Whig and Radical"Blackwood" and the to the wants of those who visit the mild MESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed following was recently received SarsaparilhuThe : tering of the heart, which has been very di-! ,

"London Quarterly'"' are Tory; the "Edinburgh I, climate of Florida, for the purposes of health of Merchandize to the large DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir : For the 1astthree tressing, and has frequently been nnabletj

Ileview" Whig; and the Westminster Review" or pleasure. building formerly occupied by the United States,! years I have been afflicted with general]i leave her bed. The rupture was very larjtC
. THE INCREASING reputation which the cli- known as the Government Building. Thty"have and She tried
Liberal. The "North British Review" owes its debility and nervous consumption of the last severe. almost every remedy in
mate of Florida in the estimation of added to their stock by the late arrivals ; such
-eKtublishment to the last great ecclesiastical possesses stage and did not expect to ever gain health cases but little ben'fit.hen sit l
the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand from New York. full assortment of Dry Goods. my had taken but
I a three
movement in Scotland, and is:: not ultra in its at alll After going through a course of medicine i. Icttlts of year exccllttt!
; Tiews on any one of the grand departments of other pulmonary diseases, has induced a Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &C., &c.;t under the care. of some of the most distinguished medicine she was entirely:relieved ot the dima"

J. human knowledge; it was originally edited by vast increase of travel to this State, during: the which they are prepared to sell at reduced regular physicians and members of the of the heart, and the rupture has almost'd

} Chalmers and since his death, is fall and winter months..of those who seek the prices. tirely disappeared.
)r. now, con- Board of Health in New York and elsewhere ; M
relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,-and in They are now prepared purchase Cottoris :,p She has also had the
dueled by his son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, associated ,: and spending the most of earnings in at- dropsy, and! was Tnt
with Sir David Brewster. literary character view of this fact. the subscribers have determined Hides, and other produce of the country, at.the:, ,tempting to regain my health my and after read. much swollen. We, had no idea that: she! conM

is of the very highest order. The "West- that their exertions to merit the patronage: highest Market rates, and make cash advances .ing in some of Sarsaparilla, I resolved be so benefited, as: she had such a on.plicntfciof '

minster," though reprinted under that title only, which shall be bestowed upon them shall be on consignments to their ,friends in Savannah .to try it.paper After using your six bottles I found it- diseases. lint it has, as strange as it ma j aj.

ia published England under the title of the without regard to toil or expense. and Charleston, or New York. done me great good and called to see at pear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1 ta await
Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it be- BUFF1NGTON & COX. They have a new article of Wrought Irou your office ; with your advice I kept on and do that this stattnient: is so strange as to a j pea,
Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849. tf Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call almost like fiction..
ing in.fact a union of the two Reviews formerly most heartily thank for advice. J but it is. nentt: ] ft'fS. tola
Jjr The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah the attention fPlanters.Jacksonville you your per t
anl under ti reality. Your Sarsaparilla is ] '
published : reprinted seperate severe in taking the Sarsaparilla and have been certainly: v 1
tles., It has, therefore, the advantage by this forbid.Georgian will please copy the above Nov. 6, 1846 tf able to attend to my usual labors, for the last uable medicine,. and should be used by cvfrj

combination, uniting in one work the bust features I until four months, and I hope'by blessings of God I one that is suffering as We have bein. Ifoij '
of both as heretofore issued. I Land for Sale. anti disbelieve this necount, they are at lilertyji Il
to continue .
Sarsaparillft health.It
Law Notice. fa, FOR SALE, between nine and ten then your my -: call .
of all the above at houseandlaveoculurdtmonstratju
Four copies or works my
any I :
; helped me beyond the expectations of all that ,
: 'Will besl"llt to address of the JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1S49. :.sand acres of Land, situated in Nassau Yours, respectfully ,
one on
f i payment: regular ,
knew case. CHARLES QUIMBY.
left the State for California I my
: Nassau and
County, partly near partly near St.
subscription for fourth copy Orange Essex Co.N.J.. 2 1847. 1 Jaae-sr't
transferred my business to Col. Mary's: Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman Aug. ,
j being. gratis.: I Samuel Spencer, who will, In conjunction with Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine State ofNen Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DTSPEPSY. ti

: TERMS.Fortpy.oueofthefourReview. I Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to land, conveniently situated upon water courses, Quimby being duly sworn according law, on I No fluid orniedidine hr.s
j' been disconAed
$3,00 a'm a close. with his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is
per L the exception of about five hundred acres which
do. The Militia claims in will be attended true,according the best of his knowledge and, so nearly resembles the gastricjufiior :!
For.any ,two, 5,00" my charge of heavy hammock land upon the St. MartsRiver. saliva in decomposing and
1"01'11.1 three, do. 7,00" to by myself, in connection with Col. The whole or any portion will be sold belief. CHAS. QUUI Y. the of streugtbennif :

For:alUuur. of. the Reviews, 8,00" Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Washington cheap for cash Apply to Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange,, Sar organs npari11n. digestion It as] this preparations! t

For U1ackfood'gIIgazme.: 3,00" I and every effort made by us jointly to WILLIAM HICKMAN. the 2d August, 1847.. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia howeversevere positively: cures every case e.|, .
For UL-ickwood and three Reviews 9,00 u : prosecute them to a successful result.) I have Jacksonville March 17 1849. tf Justice of the Peace or f
For. Bfackwood and four Reviews. 10.00. ': no authority to collect the money due on these I --- ALEArv., :JljiylO. 1845.- .-;-,.
Aduiininlrnlor'* Notice. ,TWO CHILDREN SAVED. TOWNsENJSir: 1 have been'aftict'4,
claims I have have what-
to be made in oH in adcnnce. as always preferred '
Payments CLUBBING.cases ever money may be appropriated' placed in the SIX months after date, shall present my accounts Very few families indeed-in fact we have for several years with dispepsia in HsJ1t':

hands of local such the and vouchers as Administrator of not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's form attended with som-uens of stomachloiir J
a paymaster, as parties ;
Remittance and
should L
interested may select, after the act of their re: the Estate of Ramon Sanchez, deceased, to the Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past appetite, extreme heartburn, and a grwjjaversion
: be always addressed, post-paid or franked, to lief. GREGORY YALE. Honorable Judge Probate of St. Johns coun- summer, while those that did not sickened and to all kinds of food, and for irceti'what ,

the pt, blitJIers. August 28, 1849. tf ty, for a final settlement of said Estate, and died. Th .certificate we, publish below is con. I ( I could atj'I) have been unable to rets?!
LEONARD SCOTT & CO., than at the time for Letters of Dis but a small portion on stomach. .
I same apply clusive evidence of its value, and is only another my tried til t1. "
7U FULTON STREET.New York, I In Circuit Court, Columbia Co. ) mission as such Administrator, .which all per instance of its saving the I lives of children: usual remedies, but they had but little or 1t'i!;

Entrance 54 Gold st. Eastern Circuit of Florida. } sons interested in said Estate, are desired to Dn. TowN&EN -Dear ,Sir' I had two children effect in removing the complaint. I was J) 'lhfr

School! Books", In Chancery.ELBUT take noticeMAURICE SANCHEZ, cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer ed, about two months sine,to try yorEiti: i!

Towns Spelling Book, Kirkham's Grammar, M. T. SMITH Administrator. I complaint and dysentery one was only 15: Sarsaparilla, and; I must sry with little ?-.)
) St. Augustine August 18th '49. 6m months old : fidesce; ; but after using:, nearly two $
Blake's Rhetoric, I Clark's Grammar, v s > Bill for Divorce. ___ and the other 3 years. They were bottl | 4

Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, EDA s nTII.IT ) New Books New Books I very much reduced,and we expected they would I II found my appetite restored) Dnd'the heart m/!
Scholars: Companion, do .Chemistry, APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Received and for sale by the subscri- die; they were given up by two respectable entirely removed, aad 1 would ..earnestly! _

i Davits's First Lesson-, I do Zoology, Court,by Affidavit made in this cause that JUST physicians. When the doctor informed us that commend aftUcted; ; the I havebeen.use of it to those -who havebeqli:

do School Arithdo Treasury.p1z Ella Smith, the Defendant, resides out of the t THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK- we must lose them, we resolved to try your as Yours, &c'1. 74

1 metic, Knowledge, State of Florida, and in the State of Georgia. A Tale of'the Pacific by J. Fennimcye Cooper.. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had I N. B. Purchase w. w. YM Z 1)r"l

do Algebra, j do>> Physiology,' On motion complainants Solicitor, II is orderedThat Price: 50 cents. little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised that hide none but such as have ; i
do Eleoi (Geometry Burritt's Geography that is worthless: but we ers bottle completely and bat*!
the said Ed& Smith, do appear and answer TilE RAID OF GO\1EZ.--25 cents. are very the S.P\
i",, Lincoln' Botnuy, and Atlas, the Bill Complaint filed in,this Court within THE FATAL ERROR, thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved writtensignature of TOWNSEND.

Mitchell Geography. & I Hedges Logic, four months, or the said Bill will be. taken for By the Countess of Blessington,-25 cents. the lives of both. I.write this that others,:may N.Principal Y. Office, 126 Fnlton-st.Sun Buildiafi ,
; Redding oo. 8 State-Bt. &
.Atlas, Little Speaker. be induced to.use it. Yours, respectfully. Boston ; Diffi
confessed, provided a copy of this order be published THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, &,
Parker's First Lessons, Willard's U.,States, in some': Newspaper in the Eastern Circuit A Tale of the Mexican War, -25 cents. JOHN WILSON. Jr. SOLS, 132 Second-st. Philadelphia iJt.
: -"do,. ,School> I Chamber's Geology I ,. Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn Sept.15 1S47. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore! : ; Durol &tj
... Florida. : puce a week for the space of four THE VIRGIN OF THE-SUN.A Richmond P. M. Cohen ,,
Parker's R ; Charleston WrigM&
;pphy, ; Reader, months., Romance. ofihe last Revolution in Pent,-25 cts. LUNATIC ASYLUM. 151 ('hartr s-st. New, Orleans 105; s tJ -I

'I and a variety of French School Books, THO. DOUGLASS, CHARLES DEWAAL; James Ciimmings,"Esq'. one of the Assistants Pearl-st.Albany; B. Van Bnckirk:292 cczrlf

.j; i 'L"' ,.For. &iliby '" Judge c.c.e.c. Jacksonville, Sep. 1, 1849. .. tf : in the Lunatic'Ayslurni,Blackweiys\ Island.is the Market-and Broad-sis.Newark ,N.J." aziij
it.t A. M.' REED. ,Nov.20th1849. ': gentleman spoken of in the following,letter: principal Druggists'and Merchants

1. Jasksonvllle,l""Feb.:2, 1'850. tt 1 S.'SCARBOROUGH.-Clerk. of the Cir Court Jacksonville Female Institute .*,. ,. RifE UM4TISg the United States West Indies genmElthroughout Jaw

I; in and for' said County hereby Certify.that the' THE Committee of Direction have adopted U This is only one ot more than four'thousand- the Cariadas :A. M. REED, Agtnf1lfj: :

NOTICE.. 0 above is a true copyof, the original order in,the foll wingregulatioi.. v ; cases rheumatism ttiaV Dr. Tpwnsend's'Sarsaparilla JacksonyjlIeyien* .

:: "17L E have'appoiuted T. O.HOLMES our GenT above stated case,as appears from the files of said The scholastic,year is to consist of four terms: : jias cured-The most severe and February, 1848. ,' ; i r

| T .eralAge'ot\ami Attorney,to settle any Court. ..;-, of eleven weeks each. chronic cases:are.weekly eradicated by its'ex-, _- 1; ,
:; and ail business iri'the'uilrae" Palmer&Ferni.t $. iv"/ .. : Witness my hand and the Orthography, reading,I Writing.,and arithmetic 'traordmarjryjrtues.i\. !i ; r "-*- : .

: To collect and recciveall" debtsilue: the:firm of I\'J': :\ -'! ,L 'Seal.pf l said.Court at the per term, $4,00. The above with English .BLACLWELT2J.SLAci>, Sept;14,1847. & t : Noiice..THE ,, '_

V Palraer&: 'Ferric/by' Bdntli-.Mortgage! ; ;,' ,I"EAL.;. '". Court House, .at Alligator: grammar and Geography, per term 500. The .J>R. :vToVNspJSnV-jpear: ,Sir;' ,1 lla suffered .h 1 'l I SUBSCRIBER.. has ..leasedrmerly ,jt

I l I / 6tierwis al lS o for Dirius'Ferris. deceasild.; ,iwrp ;:: .* V: j inlaid County, 'this.5th above with the higher branches of aniEnglisheducationembracingAlgeb'rat3eometryHist6ry] > terribly;for. nine}years.with, ,the rheumatism:: i:: J1, use[o : .occupied! .Mr. Hatcfi ff

r' ro U'biviig 'detinds aglliii stPa1ine r I ,' It. ;; day ofID,1849..: ; considerable 'brtheiimej i 'could not eat sleep j I, JS&iystreet; (known ai:'lhi t'8 old l BoarTiff,

!:: & JFerrls'prDarius Ferris deceased, will1 p"set&the n- .:/; '.. s. SCARBOROUH,. natural, mental and'moral .Pfiilosphy, Botany,, orwofk1 Th'ad the'most distressing,s', ria House.)'and is now' prepared:f to accomno "

< a1t&T; OfHnl ncs'for payment,' and ; Clerk, c. Co' Chemistry,GeologyAstronomy, Rhetoric,Logic my limbs !were terribly swollen., -I have s d any who-may: see fit, to patronize him,'aodaSaur.es "

all persohe"InJebtcd tdP'ltuler'& Ferris or":.Darius -' December1th.1849. 4m and Evidences of Christianity; term $6,00() four bottles.of your Jhave them, that no painswill be spared, to Hb .

J F rrU;,nre miue e4< to c.-ill, on T. 0.Holmes Each quarter,to be paid to the Treasurer mad* done,me more thanone. tboijsanIdo1lars.wort1; urc the .comfort.? Acomniodipus itablt" :

: for settlement atid.make payment.n ." .<%; ', Notice' ;' J v"nce. .pf.. good-I: amsoziucli. ,better Indeed am.. -, tached tolhetelablishmenLVaiid i 'eyiffi

i *. *> St\KAIIP. FERRIS, mIlE subscriber wishes to hire,' by.the year The scholars will beunderthe instruction entirely relieved. "You1'are at' liberty *use tion! will trepaid to the,horses of those ti&Td

i i: MII s j Adui'x.-ofDFEkius'dec.: .3jLp.frdm Jst "January; nexV,three1 or ,four oran experienced female teacher. ".. .;. this for the benefit of the afflicted.t: ; lers who may think proper td step Wtth'him.1J

I j ** '.; :DAVID L. PALMER. good negro men.to work in.his steam saw mill ?in: i i't Provision, has been made ;for instruction in Yours,-respectfully,- JAMES-CUMM1NGS > V'JUCHTOlltl,; ;
t -Jaebo ,m 'Jahi-Isi* this : for which'liberal La.in. French Painting and Drawing .and MuP .flCkSQflVlleLEDec.2;
!! 1800.1 tfS : place; wages for the year. : ; 1- 'fCDUDD NOTtWALXir; J' -v. 1 !4 }y".tIfi':
< '
I '- --" F .wn..bQ giJen.: ., ,( ,, : u. '.for;which additional charges-'will I bemadel;>> ;,That Dr. Tbwnseud's! jSa parilla'is.the ?ery ,: -(, b;. ; S.- \ y

: U'ASTJNGSI-- COMP.UU.VD! SYRUP ; 0V'A .tc.* ;i,;ttr ,* oJAS. B.-COLE 'J The first term commences; on'the 8th ofOcf- ,best remedy-for',:female complaints ;therei; *Idisputing .t.-.3.# PVULI".. OTIVB.p.
(:YB.AErlIAt; :>f i Garey's,Ferry D. C. Fla., IMo 1849.' tlj. 'next. .t.! $i' ;tr.f no thousands ; ,.i; .
qer ;; sof EBOofJ '
: ,__ .... .- : ;: subsCTiplion'to the.d
cure for Consumption; Decline, Asthma,'add \ Applications.admission to be made: to weak ahdt'debilitated'females that'Vere prostrated -; ; tockbfthi'Mlantj}
( Jl diseases ofth Chest'and Lunga'J.VI ""'f- :,*A; ..."t ::NO'rJCB; he ComfliitteeofDlr: ction.CoMItrEOT. jthose.diseases ta'/which females ; and Gulf B :'

; "" Fora&le bli ,. -AM.: REED.. 1'''LL persons indebted to'Palmer' &Ferris b Y ,, :' : Dxazctzct.iJ subject were soon/thVenjoymeht? / !jobust are 1 Company e'at,will, opened in'the City tStAr:

H Feb.2iSO.. ...- tf* '.* \ iI JtjL.-nnte-or, mortgage, are' hereby':"notified i : M.DANIEL, .: health. ,'tll"l' {fcyy-, ... / _- *- gust! the omcerW .A.Fottr; t tj;
,. .' h. that Mr.PJ Fraser'Ati'y aV JacVsohville'wrnotauthorized T '" at..IJ epc1ockL: ,MonTh es day;,the ;;
.. ; !;prILD.iIOLLANI), :r. "- ',.New.Y i .Septw.23f 1847.
<" 'A"M REED f DR: TOW sENn-1Je.ar': Sir'Jly, : ; 'ife,Has for .until September thewholl\ c, and'w.Iataken.ln In. .C}" ..">-v ;.tJ!" ;-i;,.
; "' stock "
: r. 4tE-D,
.r. :' ; tT -'? : ; :: TIU:: sUtl i.ia"u" 'the ."itt f_ >: ttti ,
oEdJ .
Dfcrtplleo.EXeCL'TEl t' last'year/ibeett TeZ751Ck4nd inagreit -
;i .. ; ni *-' -
) .* behaIfptheCoqmIq
& ,
FEBBIS; j I Re-.'I. SWART > '- ; : :
JlrI.TLr ) AT :JHIS: OFFJCE.:. i Jock3uville Jan. 26 I860. Jacksonville 7 '49. ,I h althi being.'reduced'by tva.ricty >" ,. :. :i-i. : y,,, D., L., ,t! 1f ,
July of complaint such: as females are liable August 25, 1849. tt :


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