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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: April 20, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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r jdau esIderee ill Jgc-k: 1 h6 'Mjnd iop rTidas trt&raA i ii-f
ipn 1,3. Separate these forms of petitions and leatptie rvsioe'saih bf the
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stAtigustinend tpTaeedivsti- TherV'U' mb'ther clSss;who bse lhe'ieni'dihg'defegates & I1iea ? of their countrymen; J u 4 *'
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nor cutler JtPij.n. kerj.bejbegSiJsiye tg TV- *itf* M s-to1'-Convention' *t ?because1.T'-they* prQjiten ou3t4ct; 9tIze kembrofconress > .afforded,to*jy white men'any IbaVma ibe'cut'ov -: ; iltrn nW itershas'ist theirltherii>i'JJ*'s
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with their.castora eu.abie fnrms, '- fii'it. 4TKil.. opinion.is'no donbKa'tflbni'irjL2i. I & Sw &'1d1d1 tor%ifiT wWfifi t>TJtOa neiehborinvninc- in: ji--iJ-v safe--f*j'
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Lay that c.tribeproCttred? itf'SaYilinah'6rf Nw iioetroirfai r4iizena.and elector3 ofnith thi dat 4& I1EA 31' Qi bmitj., With one mbh'of lnlgh-tp T

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Saving taken the shop formerl c cajHedS3b ; :to consult and advise us to he best'means of Te- 4nts hatdbeeri made witbrtherHuasbn's1 paperyJ 'far I forthu' iW bVlaMfi h *

Post: Office, he is now'rejd to erecjiUB witVnrnptithde listing an extensive arid 1Ie .1aidi4ipmp' of the jt3r. Itequest the editors tq idocate the pruelr ,(jnlany to Coutinii Mr.R, *iii'.his :Cable ohstinjuWTrf thl tf' jjyt- vl JT r iasti
all orders that my l>| entrusted: North, tc'thstrtd'the ad ulti- Ib tongres3. 'or&tiDns during 'exlothig th runatbeot their desin3 t t0peo1 ,Uj'-: UX
"* theensizing s $6nahb Id
him. AUsiriueatsare *;irrantei'I inteJy the &ry;ciit eneftth .Soub. he /JTJV-JJII. > ItI&TIt "y ijotrzi yiaat.suthmer'ibb& hsn1ssed.tbeuJ! as vere, ore -,

THOMA8ANDREU. L .iction of,the Convention will bind DOone l nT but l 17. XJeUuitable persons to the news* Utorls1 and;WplIasto !Landa baVe been uzi i-ci ,and as wih'er deserriag'* *. -
1S$9. 6w, ., ;Uhose/'* who ussent** 'V'l-to at.*.f AIfuE? Iproposed; ; L tpersj'and* "correspond*' I** :With* *h1ij4 '_! of'the cfefuLyilhe rresult ofi that journey'fwi be >'.v* **MM* WHMCUUMtitWtU *,'* k.-c ".*. .* < -* '- *

j which will conflict with our dutiheUion.; hrOTghoat'ycuriCounty! and rfuitlJv ,t knwn toULabouthemjddfe of Maj nextr* &' the enthusiastic reception'irhlchffhis''great**";.C

CROBI3I1T BAtKEIiiksoiiv'iU or.zujy! bu o C.injurious tendency it CAD be' reksteil > |Bettionyour Legislature.andjryto.. i.P in- .*" '' '- 1-* -rS-V* :speeehhasmetwith.isagood ugurr" Aires* ,,-3

BvMiirssioxKR ;pui down j orif, not, it woud-bintt4hIy'! lpenc-e\the'members to-'rgIi action I a; the prnMrisisyi .4 Debai.".-* 4.. fti1Ue dy herclo'ttdsaie breating'IwayHadinonthesn ; v

> up DKEDS for Alabama? ; those consenting.. -' : i> : i, Tf .!/uThe | } : J Je-ii? #

    !. } ,- necessity of en organiiatiou of the South.; b'19. Please. mail a 99py! bf each of the ;,Wiibitfr's Jspeeci On Thnrsday ,on,the ;upoa; &'rreconciled: nd, once'more: nappTt -;<>IlrniODJ
    Georiia" -. Smi" h CiraIi,4thThCnr.' i *' asoecomiug'daily manifest. Th'e idea tnot th'e'prttfetit |ran!- '"counts*e- : r jubhses r tfiVciwulaViniiinpt.itVnn rome.reaolu ; of Mr..Clay > aenatiwliy *- :,> -.v> 4j 01 "*! " ( %m. V V Iolina .will end;with'4 he: settlement a noble 'hiss P ech-hstau hed chord-< ? iae'" 4'
    virirmiu.. Maine;" Irenrisylvania.1 ;igrtiiipri' ; 6reztUer til ttii>rn; to :Leas tsp'; great'apeech; -langu.ige-,- tin
    ? % / i :,.ii/y- ,jtheU.thturnia.qUe3tiOU.iS. .delusion., ltjs. | ,. Cor. Sec. ,. Unless, s.ent fcora g uerbui and conciliating inlonejand in'the mat Southern! bosc whifcfe>inhksobn'ceae! *'cf*
    Connecticut, ; and Mississippi. ... )-.T \ & MljljT* ir
    iOt in the nature citue tina'icim, that prompts 3 riiVng'2fficeV'ii/e1 Jo ge' be prel3i4ft Bating pnege'nejrili toroad and powerfu teri- ,? | tet jThefaroritfrsbn of ifassactfioefci'ftaM43 "?

    u.iisiy( ViV'-( iy. ihisngiution\sale itself wit hMbis\smaltaJD.VCfefeiou. fhi 9- m*{* if;t 1 1 t t nf* @cf'iQtyf the peaceable and honorable adiment comeup; manfully ra the"aid oftfi 'cotdnd1? **!

    INitt1i ., Its l i st career shows how it h year3y 3Ipubtjss her matters w ll suggest, themto of the exuting coutroTersyi'.v othlig Constitution and laws of the country1 W ihk:''

    1I.-D. ; euliirgeJ"it deiuaud's ah j increased it's power Iv1sioyou.fyAe7oi'chunot: baa occurred during this season .to t give ua-so ourhoajfof-sore: *distressi'and W'fidutfiS111people '

    AT r.o'ttX / rKli i/it ih'the riaturef oi'ahinga.tKat.thj& .iIXimedhLhproualatteutqu .jiv ly regret as;dur inability,topublish; the aon ; at leasij; will long remembeHf? r2 1* -; Kt)

    iiuti-sJUye povterBUouldbo ) when 8ibiectw begot you pl andtudnJirable report bT this speech., whichappears' ,. Marsbletnttconviction thtth'f! -
    AND : It H'ls'gatued'alarge preponderance In the Obveruineut pUttbC circutar- ., into ibe hanus Hf ) of some hULa Intelh'g'encer,andiUnion. tJ"ri.; vritR ieFWetiteiud.bin iaidy ii

    Conn ell or .n tTT1LI. Law, To'prove this position,,*we have t inpur well principled and efficient persOfi .?who "will day. The litter paper has paid j a,well;-deserved -; Iet1t Tribiineand Otlier1tdjidJ presestw

    ,possession u document.whieh was franked | tothe.matter w i aboroug tribute;to.this great effort of the Massachusetts tinutt to abuse him.-the only end" they ac-7 ''
    practice in the several Courts of thfer to a southern 'genUeman by horde Mann, a and business-like manner.; Senator,in,language.equally,truthful and .iqmplished wilt behis4eva.j! n'th tfij&il '
    r V Eastern Circuit, arid in the Counties of felicitdus.. .We Iency ba ,
    Mn3uIiU8ettLTb.iS *
    luember'of' iu ress frbin ; TJwslaVe'povrer.isnowinak5ng'''a desperate cordially respond ioi that testimony *: grateful and thgnantpek*
    IIborougb.aud.Beptoq of the Southern iritofFlurida. xf of approval and IS i. v i / fe*? 'p
    'a cat .take the
    number f .occasion
    "4 !4 sdtflo4to prevent the admission of Calk to say. "
    / v .r- y .- : i iJ i t 'that br 4.t fpt --: ':-' ir'; -
    disfribuCed whether not'we tnV:
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    be rr merit
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    jT&zii '- frdrluus petitions, sigt jj-nia, with the pr liibitz n of slavery and any characters..ofailtjaism l
    $'Btf, QctibfrliSth*-. a* -a- 1849.%-**?,+-nor.t' ! I T. A1'7"4- tsw t- ''** i ys V* AETmoiirr never hadrgpy br ihattultriism" tcorrespondentof the
    UALE P. COOPlF4r.ATTORNEY, 1 : ;which couldp'rompt'risw D_, %
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    \ t Right#fTrial J>y Jury. Success Trill be ihe triamph* of-evil, involving'< public uestipnasAin Webster ha here>pre- l -1
    .L'ND. -* To the Cofagf e&'of the United'States" the fiubjectaonj aNjortberu4nerests 19 the axis- seutedto the"country, >ith any,ether. feelings : wJ s .j A ,

    citizens and electors f the o'f the S'outh and ihan'admiration and Delight .A P wgrnph has gonethfe'roond .
    (: *nn e4 r afAVING Liii -- f uudrrsignedj: tocracy a mighty empire ..totheTariohs iUot -:
    IState of residing in in the county curses'attehdant upo'it human''bob- : that we.wholly agree with him-...not that a4l P nvgivingnhV>orld-toWdt&SSr Ufl

    resumc.l his i-ofessioii.will devote of- -3-respecttuiiy requestthit provision1be n8ucce .resvr j a q Lbre4s. there are not manypoints:of disagreement thathemotherandchndrenbf KossbtSlavt "*? -

    himself'eaffisivdy f o its practice:tkroiigh-i ; made bylaw.hat) ,ylienevera Peb9I.44 fjduisoc -threats evidently intended for 'oqwhere has'he' urged.his ppinious offensively; been set(rt liberty j _that upon.., eatz i- 4M4
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    ;t the K.mi>rn Circuit of Florid -- ;; Jbe un ested *s u fugitive slave in any state oth- i1iflt1dati6flj sbce* If 'rtI dint "eI utibii and,when he reaches the, true grounds iuf the, rpsn iitPestbthey i ii- IFto

    fi.Flo, NOV.I.10th. 849.; >r than: d&t'iH'wlhcV'he isiilliged'to'b ''h'eldlu 'tbyouh1 result ia'the. ruin:of ike nuzteraad p'reient controversy, he'marks his way so clearly poide tbMnselyes to '-

    service,he shall pot bedelivereUito the,cId- liberation of the slaves. Should the effort ,and treads so loyally on-the plain track of ThonIy word of trnth tM-j.j'j -

    & flKE1 plant or hUjUgejiMixcept on the finding of vaU dhw'faiI/slavery will never hereafter1;acqbifes't .the onstitution and, pledgesof the Oovernment ihisnoble old

    ttotttri at 7thw, ury tliiit;his the slate''of the claimant.7. *** *' 4 cient strength 19 pass its present MnuMJ,arid ;that the difficulty is not to-agree but. to thi1en, b Er..:;

    .. -- ;. : r "- -- '- t \ the world ;will: in time, be delivered, from one, 'disagree with; iw'With such a spirit*as,)Mr. to'enter a new jailat Presbthjd11 -a. '

    JacUhoutillr.- _- -_ -Fin.- .- .. vxrI PETITION For flu Real.fallLaw:/enact ed or 4 theldireat bcourgeifillian thatT has trvr "afflicted Webster.Has shown,it nb pnger ems impossiblfeto -

    in;the I -a'doptcdty Congressfor theJot1of'SZaii iY bumaniy4 : 3.' f t : bripg tUsyectiona|contest,to&close,and ,ed to the hospital oftherannd'typhu2were
    in the several Courts r .fl
    -practice .-.. .,. af Columbia. w Teel no.wi'for.the'first .time ii
    *> .7 rm"/f : i / i s since :Coogressrnetl bothgiug
    !V V, ksteruCii Ploiila riu.,thtt U. s l )
    cttiI.ot ; 3o! the of the United SfciteafM .; ;;. t a hope that it j yjbe adjusteL.e .j ? 'De tbbusIeitfzonc.- *
    | L1st r.c; Court. Northern District of Florida j cougrtrss citfiens and eltclow of th'6 sSot till the questionrbf the ; ;the iThki' The cholera and
    cootinusjice typh
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    jeSu >u'.nie XVuri. ut" Tallahusfseej :ind proseIttt | The underslgrietl, aayt i '- ,*[* hn .1.1I > .of tflemwork dose
    | this Union and
    Denariiof Statk ot i''.residing in;-rrin Ae conntpecuully w.oldiiiciie4! upon the consider 1 14
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    cKiiuis'before Congress rfrid; the -Leis TP-9' ... ug
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    ; I -' .1litL.4 irtion of thepatzents .
    "v" uit-- pray, lor .the rejllawt : public men as'a practical atudyi.could thegrndmother,5.tl11
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    Ezcczziwe CominztleeLutber
    y Whiting
    Gorernment at Washington. Wlwi-4 dOtedOt' fliicied such a speech as'this bf Mr.Webster's be.made, Kosiuths are s&flf shha4j.hYes .

    tJaLI.G r S..SPEKCER byugit'S si A/- .which { awe yoitbd : Lee, I ; Zh t111 Sd long as, it.was o 1j.8Uyery.and Ant .Slaverypthe tlazro

    U. .i3: llave-trade i is authorized sanctioned. in the ivbippTe 4istavtry triumph of tte'North or the outh m A : ZbatLet1Lotuian
    tDeorge Society.
    -bt 1 inbli s matter of sectional'dispute he could tind.thatthe niotber .and
    PHILIP E'ItAEt& ; ViUitta Lme1i 1 'I oR1 oo1y|haTe
    iii'1ihit; in the vvcnt flfhtheir pon-repealthe. 'sb ppken'with1 halter found his neck,and the Kout1iwere not c rnmjtceadlyinfectiozi

    'S t of tIi 4Natiouat( uvernmeUL.may.. be remov- it a : ;wfrant for hisexecutionwaiting bat the close a epital deya with a
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    Loun $tt'Lo- m mdreubletoctiOfl.znTzo.4galns1 '' J "* ?' i ThoiaaRitt rM DJ ci iAIex'r of his remarksl: Tie! North"would have listened double pleague with a desgzi.No ti ;

    rtLOt atTTILL taW -- ibhim'bnly w 1th 'omaJtemen deepeningaiuUx be u dcsign. No Goye not
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    11Eith1D11'VO7 -- iacdoDald,. ; ".. ,- < rage,iind-he would lave .tuitrisncoul p1aybe i r
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    'JAcocviii'i FL&. Slope 1en York February v'o. gone.forth'from.the.. pan otuc cowj
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    .)- &$ iJenate; to meet a torm,,of.Denunciations/. .I4ey ; '
    ntteAd lo'any'professiocai tIitC IWhCn such schcmeV astheeJ, anti srichcmea s iiome*' ljutVbn & m1OTdthepbysiCaan: .ho Matake i ; -
    thec treth of ibeUoft.d&ate : 3 I /ro : ; questzo2; otthe-dis. tend thea .
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    r entrusted to- him in the Courts of the The undersigned, citizen3anoeleciora of|he, are edgra4uallyito.unlermin.earid>de*-solotibn of the Unioi,'he may w speak and hope

    stern Circuit, und the Supreme CoortfnitIbhossee. Df siding jnrrrt in the county troy the power.and influence of the South, to e heard and-h eedcd even hope to be borne 3on4rea1so thibebifldfhatjj blacj, Jt.lft'
    He has also such ad van to04 _nstate 'r.r s&uld'we ofAe 8o th. 'L'esitate11 t -
    an prayfcthatno btate be to niee ab fbrfuHVn tgrcttide.orp4buc ,pe4 with lu.izqure ioles tJutnn.
    _of ,respectfully appro'wa.L i. '.
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    > connection with an able.Lawyer at Vjfashtun : duiitted into &U nion .uMs1t q aktogeU1r-hQwe 'naI resist, their,'felj iFoP to nu other' State> t1ie1Xnonso certaunly- :. .- ;
    and
    ; City as will ensure a. prouapX speecollection coustiiutJOB of. uch"6tate'"shiU 'expressly proibth thelfoandaUonbfaU'p wer and grQwtbras? to Xz.a! !! lot4.qDde:5t2nd tbubt: .
    r- ; cUIdi81as'ixi 'fl : '--'irr-
    of such e placed ii Wce uery-wlth1n ft limit.. 'Msacbsettithl, .-1 MOM they aw IB a rmon-liosintil. a L
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    1s aaada against theUnited --- --- 4 _.:' t}' 5 'J' -1 r head of
    .4 1 > >; oz$the her prosperity,Ae yety*life*

    : 'fl" 4r4 oie4&fIeed2LiJ4 --' blood of heir'tandbratied industry.may..lookt .
    2'c tzdtaZ ,2 :: : of be forgiving. though ,he ad. rte 4oni sucht U
    [ CHAfES 11 W A'A'L I II zhe, nitruqth 1 iTHe'AdmirliltyinstructionW ; con : : ujultitude uhnt841
    E faVorite by such terrzb1
    CapWCollinsou'Ave of. .,ahd 'cherished prejudices.---'. aaatto-
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    I * % &?. tfuifrr >* 1ALS ; -a.- :
    To; the CongresoftheUn1ted S⩽ been published! Theydirect ,fftr,1 t1ekSONflLLEPi.1? i ,ThVand gnVjfiiUzej todeltetonprtheStole ; edt the Sandwich Inland where he will find hbwefeVjfiVnUmeuiUUly'iije ..maygthre iytor appontedb; 'tht
    *iuy part of the Countjr attended : V "- -iwT'irg T" inth' conni f i(bt %utJai 1t'ir bUe thu m'.the:'n a:nnCT. of oin i mbre jdeferenceWM :'- atternwu iu4e .

    ) $utLje2tpectuUybQlj4Le ) -- f K3m&mmy not paid to jUoi'toi c1 offeofl
    w 37 of---j pti4ytb&IaF.Lr&LIC ouJdrriy 14/ no&1a1iywav MitherX preceden ine.'extirpatibn .

    $ ftS ezjessprqbluiuu! t ): znodif7 the present4jrectious.theh. LI ; .* of Salem witches.. -l >. no4r 1saT5, *he
    - 'E P '- 4ii: :li 1pLrU t'6eTe-pr3vISiofled, ttni-saiF.lth..' Webster 'ilk eraplyuc pe denun. dregs she-mu ifti
    1 pt.4tes. it4oss'i4f Um9.t Uehring} ;ci>rait3y Jn-order.txteacbc CIion ulioetbehThtwhoe4 of factionUOf beentheir.izotJrLn.teader1t3e **
    i j 4y1f .L-) 3thPITO si /.j* i-LI > rt'w i .v st who liT
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    On the opposite sheet to that containing these the ice before the lat oAugt. Abolition p $ have bd an
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    ii and
    'sE1E 1fae1iovei''i3toKcttisVstoICapt. r n-w w wKji i gifea Jobkofjwo '
    U..Iheirorance. :
    Petition '
    fcnb ; ic1trLtnthc IarJdadvauce | of broad scorn, jWi 1Jcpzne outiofjtheir, s,
    8ftAi' ED. EJI 111 t4t.e .Td 'thiut- holes and dens and hiss Thihil4zeucoiaa3tc4w4wahe. -
    around
    1 i t) I 1- To eachFriend f-J4beryMith; $ t14 as can be ioundis ip Vsijnwribt'a UttSis himjrith yerio- ;

    RId Sq 1 4iYonrprotapt'aHatfiotu ztIJt4O.WcoIalQcaLiotU1eAze 1 L or at Hope's Poit taYjJIIIiJ1 rL4iis m4In1tyEe:8O1ThThoweTer, ..quitepkpaiei I
    it Ahe for ibis, and make his footprints tbccri4 sapjoj5
    read wjth anlexeU g
    ci fvt* nn r'kP1li! ; > pMdsclyMtbo) pIacwVbere thecod- trzaOffices nit 4p1lj dwyopcrefnucnenhe
    JoagHs : furmsflf vetitious, and thenctefficientyinihapremiseslji -
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    ivytrMii H'5'-II4/' rSaIstes ,- t ;post certainly involves great:practical'rcitts.

    \ t1 ajseases.' ,b I1Tperr I-- time hat arriTed jy.'r.ifc'when the iff pwnlejf:mu' ui') the nvyToe ,} .:CoUinson, should. return from, Mel- IeIOnl4nOt take such iJsilOijfind. $ ;$
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    ! ,.; fionorf>: (QW| 0Pie| f? Vnited tat re fled.iiitb pxQTldeQce.ofQodf jUJ cIIiaa ground atbMefeifl1toItoiihelastr for hiaposiupn54f he.had'i' ot.deryo "fc"- -, 1' !j zioi ffthum.4 din wika1-

    pmp14pt.4c4 c. to dedda fortiUemseUes and eov.latest! 4gt1l ILSe v1 qt&Io I
    1 sxtu: 'ottmtyxwhether.hunwn bondage;,with all jitaenifio a1ru the no tit of Bank1s Ljibd; but should 1reaeIaM'sIirs of f Mr/Calbou 'aml1 Mr. OiethIngLt asa
    -Jfi5it'i>
    5. Frt.cfjLvpportaxl Skouldtr from-the AUimtic to the, HocJac, blighting; the herecotinep4ed th1'I8ntJsIip1e : '$ duceUstingeffects. Perhaps they are e tbt; yoia f79ui4hand7 '

    C1; 1& H .'S y.m (ffftv *p ityior immense pprUon>oftour.country, b .utionand to withdr4W in time,so olin no cask Iiftiey rapf: them were; the to greatest effort of its author,:and a4bVanOtJitpg!
    i'h benheflast tfiQTwould each
    u4d tii t1L1jOUQLI hU11&Utr1CO ; ) M h
    i li i> va T'I-J W'* wia* i iu fmw
    SiiJ > 4iii t ulh&b&e
    d sd ertd it- fm1aAuthe bi $iik
    adMIuu-uM $
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    / iW ?* ,imilR | : .OT W WioxrseK fo !h.e ;.
    tjdtci5h1re D.1 o iW voledje poliq&he epress &l& $&$$ beIeu
    ? hid flyz.eUOnan ;
    $9'UI1
    W**V tL. V t & -- ; -
    t ,b ?U4 A ,Ar< rsj&iiuift 1st 1 character raide 1,1iI48dpresere theirs $att.tt ncver1ook opas tLczejjO1On9i.

    P2Tebee :, from b"is dutr for th e,Pfi pse ofeogaph wtk iMiiuw fofh.lgey : .ck
    pnhb4s. tryJ'1 ,
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    p1puc4 tbTett"
    &V & &u& ,iwy wB -
    4 Thd d'jectt which, at thU tbl1neuv1D1p13bu5estLmAtIQni ,--are vm< *&or iatIt : hathbur1ucLby '
    fefejooir -
    ie rchtfoiitnrlost j than they have ever yet eocoT5TS5Ig i ZKw.ar thwe ,#aOati Ji -
    thsiih
    connec e4 wi: h. f It ir evident elr.tmen.on i ** ; ii ; ;
    T1DFtJO b141ItW the *re'th*crI, of leIrIc's tratitwiU,be the scenie

    t> &: i,4hULJOiR'GZftS trtrT *uatnner flvb1ch ; Side ai complete Rs ible. !! 'toe,fdm1ilty isu t? rettei' '* : '-- -
    tbichlwehawbeeo TfsriLa :
    eitM 4dwsythE&U.tio psereith copyof -
    II1A11 l'T1 do ot maxbeir work'e mu icr look -

    iQ&1o4ting11lthM.In'- Irict, or of Columbiritnd the prohibition of slartAn4.lt we find Ihafl through the kind mediation kTU23 wiiertbey
    ructions Mothers in the Management of
    1c : b beliered ro&Biturt !* **y tU>.> a>afcl 6gy t
    iflsyjbe thU the frid1bTftA canriotdo; a better 4h,9To| ie1a it'ibfeprteftBtiuncture;-.&-the isaered l&t1 lutng be 4SiS: i '

    > 'th National Siberia r.nd tbr zigl S. .. Isip w-
    3- Jy ;; ;; than brpetWcnlng 1&& oIgtheurthern'coast, > ,* :*f O -" *

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    a .Yorkiournilot, ', Commerce" 'writes that 'Mr.' I wisfc"; --.sa f' ; ---l %_'(1 : 4'.5_ f'" ;' :: .-_ 11 1 LiJ\tt .i 7
    S t.Impress upot'rudt. .\ ". 4pvi ereive ibat theidaiIlaiye
    ThuDtIeKhg'iR.ponon CUHfornU [!Important fet;and 1 uJP bii solera I. 'S. ; <- -i.f w,' '.. l. ', :U PietJiH: $ !:"f'f.:
    rod
    .to the.Pftl4d'aiad CabineLCoa Mo&day,I it is ./ d. well who i r ,. tc Je"
    kwut.aljrr treWB
    I" kjri "
    \ and occupied iwxn hour and,a half JG''readlngvj f M ersatit, with tb&aentjments of .. i ". fT v.J'.U.utnfr ?f.' ..! Ji' '.
    S It wU qq ano JIOOD.be presented toOwJhe.topics N m.joritloftb i : ti, the 'i.Po.fj Bce: of :partiepMiag iiN'hrille. "

    ; of.which it treats are.... t '# tiJ .Northern Bind members" r.both' Houses. Their .5.-', ., S ihi. "ftf p wiil 't ._J, s4E .. ._. .
    S Tb'e art made op to admit-California, and to I --- -: "
    population C "Ifi '
    J ofthe'countryfolk'sExteat :prevent the further: extension ofsUveryi not] J/fKFOWttlIE:' 1830.: :Grand Jar'o/M.. 1 b'
    :
    : The
    J H 1ture.QrL uren ( $ ir; ___ ,: y .e.r1l .
    in the -J. win S
    only J
    acquired.Territories but Mr.] ,
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    and;production of: the mineral rtjcMtt, ;; ksaRand Jeferseaeaenties Ia '
    Seward spoke the eentimenr I 'talJ.1
    Dealll .i.0..1
    of-thh-majority :" tll-
    The .
    eooKneree::aad u&T1gstioDocliforai*;] o.s-.J11 .. r. 1 !
    when '
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    ::1 0 he tMted the law t r compact to lie uncoc*] rr made .
    TtyirghtiUon necessary for.iLJegrdto tbettmtol'1f: \i f.ztoi :JtJ ;i !eMLN a 8eet.'t-.,. .
    stitniiot l'which '
    fJfhe adhiad1t&ftT "
    provided tneuerniatpapei'Tu "" : ..
    I JMpecially.i; the disposition] tbrc .'keWiLeJfiflOIG4i'd "_1 .11.
    myrceUteSttttea
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    I from TitOr7VfeX: r r-nz fTV T"*
    of the,old., bearing'lands,belonging the Cniited&ates. ; rec ieihe:nffljcting jte11igenceof i ., dis IB : "
    : iThV .*.:: ii(iM::bf e all ebeob porsry:ia mating ?"

    fl population of the ,country, Jli now-about -] .l1e this msjority of:Northern latfi he'deth f thi H n3JOHN ( f; fe .i thi.'opwieu. tm.J.W, '
    ; .tC.8 pot sfeVl,ome d btibepthe true j South* : t bee,ukea '
    ltHRijee&
    one Jiuodredf.and twenty) thousan&.rADcc.iouto fi i1t tW!; L g.lon : .r11t1cd4. 47iai'sad
    :; > population fe 11 immigfftticn 'doI' ;>ro'sentltncnuin'd: desigtL .iTheyiare. rfuIaIbjmnttbyqgh : i, hel4.atT4anasse! orqhe1s 1:1..1.1 'bet'ftIednsabi. aM : .
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    t> !*> : I ,
    } 'you ,do !
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    ring|hr yearbegiamttg at the next dry Season J they not fefew'you : nl1\IDi'b} 31tnt hafiVeflj'i : oft:1uStkIR.rif'.eace.t.totbe. : NUle.eatet"aJI,tb4ieiOlved.t
    4StThthereta.doubt :
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    -on the 1st of May, i* estimated. at two bUD nre. .aboutit. 0 ?1 ftn J i 4'J. 'iifeljp ,
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    Which might mike the immediateadmission morning. d t :;!j TiJ14'Ir.J iLJf theIsuOtb
    1 1"ft r The agricultural capacities of the State I i dangerous t and ;they preferlwaiting.Alr. i ic:despatch the Georcinn'slotes'that t' ; t..t&I, ; >. .. tiM'.* ib t, _*.
    1 are .SeTrt1 I !*'ir w'sjtfr t "" '>* y&t'"i/51'' i i Floridatisayso.&i; itiOie tt L j.-.t-1
    ? J I a honestly,..ex pressed iWie contempt F ; {
    i vastly greater, than has beta heretefore-rrpre-l _which: the/North fer on the subject of your sep I he'called>. .,. hfsts.;r{. fit.. "h"fonrtfci_ ( Van4J thelargtst as a>bbgesthat: .ft' bolder rclwftbaafingle'poiat ther'if4.
    t "
    .ente& There.is a vast extent rf f" that thb8.itib
    knoWn 101mROOItJ tlurton .
    ever convened :
    ptstarej atour .
    \ arating'from them. do .believe U desired him : hU? alto"Idjng'tphjs
    ;{They not' to loctnp 'jmp M
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    i S : land* unsurpassed 'anywhere, in the wwW, ioj ,be done! 'They beHere. .that youare divided'i cng:in 1'iNi ,ThwrsJfly last,to take action;upon .::sab1 1 9H aehoald ri." it'fit; tJilr'

    p verdure and richness. The wild oats grow the'South in. entimeut..< They the South "brtc'6o". ,:.the. ., JDntiv't '. .jDH > t of the Scat hern Coarenticu. ,lbs 3oIu. be no '
    f spontaneously all over the plai&s yieUK&gan say, .6. ikiusofibe ComaiMee,though la-.'.poI*.] .8:14.
    ; has talked nbout separation and disuuioc1lbA;. the United Stateswh hhe had .been \'m. :
    :
    et1
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    'raa a.t tCSi
    $
    annualcropattherate5oUorthe1s acre j we.believ. to I .
    f : \ per iti i : bblyohJectIonabl;a( ,: ,a Urge
    %nsturan and tm"re. wind.
    nonsense
    :i i Any number of.cattle and sheep may be raised.I That; the Southera people ,bar* uoidea: of; etignged f/p-.e -in(rej..iJng.;.- MrV_ rf s ViiUBLRaridj, ritj'ottie ,/ were ..adopted,in:aspirit ,.QT_ .,". "J. uothSt13vit' .,
    any .
    i Twobundr.touhdof cattle must bebrought of conNntadable conciliation. ,_The fonrt ,h California '" -
    intothe thiiigofthekIn1that; the South could not be others attended his-bedside immediate*| oltg *:
    country daring the next two] driven 011'k :theNortb was ,to do;.their;best to jP "j3cr ''W !' -the oaly on* pcrhapa any real oo aeq. pIber.5LS1 Y e,in the next Ci"

    \ : years. i if get rjdo them and,:the: ,cursed institution of jy .; :"" failed, ,gradually, -t: ...(f 1,di'e.4. !-4 hat is favor of the appointment Delegates shall betJ..rJ" ,-
    we
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    The cattle killed
    for their .
    were formerly ) U attend the Nashville Convention was pissed
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    t Slavery together !that the,South nre;.Doisy aDd ralmly and composed 'free froni pa'm] '
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    bides which tae,chief, ;; the lMa eh.
    f Was rticleof' export ; ,V-TM>* f'si "* 0* *#l by a Htanawttt voted, Jn securing thResoIa. pep"' "This t.t
    i and they: were worth,but four.dollars! ahead:] threatening who,arej kicking'up through, Jbeir.delegatwin*, in Washington Congress rH? d"infliefti11.t possession otbijscuJ.iei. i j- dO ,..bA9. got the 4Wt :c.8OI era reptett-ntatin"kllOw .*elLpk'bdneu

    Ian but now a head.they' are worth twenty. : or thirty-i :doUl only jo gain,,a,little popularity-and' rumpus reputation; He raid_. bat J little.,.and, ,after S,his] then perhapt regret.tho.loss of, .the referred shadow.The .'?;*.I Iwe .w to mi irjo \
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    California b .especially adapted to*,wood-1 that the.North-should vote them down .at once, !speech failed him'.t. betootchs t friends fcy I II ,1) .rI_ qoestiotis.pEePhC
    and have;done_with itj.,and,that ererafteJ' they : 'supposed:are;contained:?'n ile:(ol.Iown2' --
    S growing; ,a gentleman was about to import ten[ will be quiet lambs tI I the hand. 'A ca t of his face. taken k'n J lucCttIlO'tJCQaet.wlfti!
    as was
    S I ; tt.ir,1m1<'attempt at ; i h.d.reolutiou: : "
    thousand Mexico with view .
    sheep (rom : a to .
    go .
    ; A # tbejSoulhsrp.BQeafeeyft ;
    :
    disunion i made ,1 Jifl'' 4. -.
    into that business. Th future vtlue of the I it.wiU b put down bya pro- aftg.et7. v .:Re1ve jhithdeiperieiiceof inorv,than, "r. ,
    3 cloraatlon done Qenenil J to gutted aDq ita.senQusIyc.tedbytheN ia'
    as was .by Jackson; bat -- t 0 haifA ntut7;bajpNTenlbVexcell lcyoftbn.] ,
    vineyards represented as very greatAs if the'South ou'd'p' farther,than'it is We would indulge in rtb baH
    to.Commerce of the country, ha esti- expected no.common federal constitution ;,thatfaUhfally observed ; 'we /t

    ,. it roites the value of.imports needed, in Califor-1 orhelieved. the North, that,.they rfcre" go, phce '1 lamentations,-iam a d .artificial! itlanEcieutfor all I the I urses for' which l.i i detnoWrat ioa fraught with ae*j

    j } nia from the Atlantic tatea for the next year j jAt .then troopsfandoTolunteers will enter'-aocli rirf. The wns designed : Southern States troublesome and tsiJe whispers 'her m1rncho1yS *
    as are tiY
    the re1 of the Southern ,States CaD
    four millions dollars in flour.six tnilUoxfh power i; ;
    \ ',with the friends.of the Union inrrstoringieace S ? be :for' nnd 'UI.:"additional by the \Vilia*jtv Prqi$ 'Whe-8? %i
    the hoped guaranties
    : lumber and two millions in other'articles.As % .' gloom around us are enoughJb'showthe : \
    tmcti :\
    and the that i C of ti ,'t' cI' rh
    Messrs Calhoun
    hanging ringleaders piw popn1
    : to the article of lumber, ,its price is now ; could they be engrafted upon,that wise charier,
    $75 per thousand and cannot be lower, because ,Mangum,Mason,Davis;Toombs,CHnghan loss we have stifle red.' Not.onI1 do would be held'more sacred by the"'r c'k1csaaid! questions-em. be settled'. MI

    it is below the cost of labor necessary for Part,and other leading members either House tKe. : feelings of)he.prpple l .,show. thHt a the faithless than,(those I should attempt to leave their seats and return tion of the ,original Instrument : that:"an ,
    cutting and sawing lumber in California. It : ) :;' ; at-J better far better. Admit Califipostpone S
    home to their constituents,Jn consequence,'ol' Great Mah has departed from oar midst tempt,particularly at the present juBctnreto:| I :
    can be carried to California for$24 a thousand "
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    ; and supposing it to cost$20 here it will conj j any act.being passed,by,Congress as they have but [rt that he wade1soa. Good ,Man.- pro i;modification of it."would "only.-open' "I the rest, and it 'would

    I .' tiunetopay. I, someof. them threaten; ,Lo do, than that theGovernmenVwill the:sluices i of,bitter, :.contention *between'par.tiesjealo'us -] .on its.face.an impress' 'oF fraaddeteraiaatiofl .
    I 1 The gold region is described as extending! promptly, arrest and con* They allow.tha& they feel the loss:of'an I of each other, which would result] to,oppose tbe omthey '

    :; five or six hundred miles from the South to the fine them in the Capital until all is quiet,:not tinselfish. friend -a devoted friend -a I in political chaos: sndlhat therefore,. wedep j have
    <4 allowing them to .home after ,threatening to '.' 4- '_" .. .. _, _... ,. more strength to. effect
    North and from forty to sixty miles In width.| go recate_ sziygo.
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    fn-1 Dthi.now whea '
    excite rebellion. These facts. These StBtesman.wbo'devotedhi.'gigaotic ightJDat'
    from the East to West. It rises gradually in are things I see
    S the North. rely upon,for they do net believe the 'tellect' the interests" oJtbe A P.rtiBCHt Qlleait.8., ;" break'through the gloom which liiimonths j.
    an inclined plane from the Sacramento I ;puey.to. 0- _
    f South are.in:earnest so far from it they believeit *W -* A 1-*- to the elevation of 4,000 feet at what are called to be the mere braggftdecia; of.'a few dissatisA greet American Confederacy.' .P; ';i The.Floridian propou ndt,the follow? hnBg 'over ,vs, bringing
    the Foot Hills. Between, these huh and the our J fires ides dash tBe

    :S, Sierra Nevada, a number of streams bure their' portauceufthe tied Southern politicians.people' of,.the This Southern shows the:-States im : 'We;shall draw .no,d istitict i !ions J iibeeftTect j ing. difficult,i" question to Gov. BSOWN.or| ment and peace; (rornotrlipsjusfj cap nfc n

    source westward.,and take their course through the FootHills j acting together this time, nd meeting in.Convention which bis death viII produce,.up.] his few,allies : are about to.sipjt,,end jlt would-d<

    \I 3fr., King examined .twelve of these rivers doubt in at the.Nashville Northern; for mindthat while there''the', is South any on:ft the .h' ill'f(the. people< 'of*the*_ ,differ--- -tj" Can any one tell us l lay' what right j jGOT. to the_South in thunder tones, t

    S: a and found them all very rich in gold. The ter1ritory.on are. or are not divided,no justice or forbearance !eht sections of this great Union.tInfuture ; I Brown in furnishing the ,printer isvonly io be' redruggedi: and

    > the.North very rich in gold ; .anll will be shown towards the Southern States' by when the whichl, --M with 'the I letter of Messrs. YuleeMor-; | commendedto usa tenfold better dth1i :'.
    the conclusion Is inevitable, from all facts, that j days, straggles: '* *" : '
    Northern T f it wouM be T'cooirse
    Legislatures peo'pt' Con atptegn5.t. ;
    or or
    ; .by
    the whole plain containing three thou. ton and Cabell for had !
    ; quart gn ss. The people'of the South should not decidedly .have long.since agitated\ d still con- publication,. a 'would 'the-$oatn' :
    nnd miles in full of bedded in the inspire
    gold
    ;\ I quartz squire and some ,of which, disintegrated j in favor of that Convention. Its'objects Vulse the country are.. at rt end,-when portion of that 1 letter changed,that'it lo] phrenzy that wooL! appal 'e' .
    J are peace unity of sentiment ,and ade it C !' *-> ** *', ,
    ,
    I the rtJ. byi e torrents,. he found in | ,underscored or italicized I heart.. After such -
    \ qu may ,sire to save the Union, if it cln' be(,saved by P.unl1n1mous'declLrahon passion and fanaticism are lulled, then s-iy, a consora
    dust ihl in the beds, of the streams.
    < ; lumps! from thai' of whiY ', Can tell where! the qqestioa whether Jo JSeCedei
    body will Again one us
    The whole number foreigners in the rejfion ; r .i i it appear that. but one estimate can any .
    i the Southern States demand. If the Convention the Onion would'be
    wTio are gold hunters i is fifteen thousand.' debate the matter'peaceably the Executive- be formed,.i.f hi. .:noble,(patriotic:nature,! 9ov..BrG\Yltt who.c\Juld. find no clause '] Quite, llo.ber4oqu very sti useless-'
    American. quiry.
    There have been seven thousand D,
    will not interfere,.further1 than what has already of" his- 'devotion' 'the se'.or his in the. Cpnstituti'iq 1 authorizing' to .
    S gold hunters. The Chilians. and the !.4onora been-uniI lendoo to have 'been decided u3oiIby '.. ; J.' to. cm coming up to the 'darkest pictrevoluirdn .

    S. people came crowds, and have carried off] tho President. : l'hisCabinet. Ihe 'r(i-' 4TTt9 S WnUltfb,,&t\YT* TRY i .'_ ,* *?. ; provide (or the appointment delegates 'ihat Mr. \V'ebitrIas'

    procured twenty'-five fifteen millions.millions'. The. The Americans Chilians have are dent will.issue a Proclamation 'about !the 20shof To allude 'to ,;more se tiofia. ? poi! to the., .N.ishvilte) Convemion, could, find. painted would be .r jle& _*1
    1 -- ,
    5 I. expert diggers.The May!h to, calling bo on their upon-guard all ,the not to eiiiztasof'oe l ld >u iununtot gold already procured. is for1ty for the opinion If the true
    4, millions. But forty millions m ore will be or take ..y.purl ib the('o n "i(ni' its U-jJii, *ny e,i n in his. case, irreparable. to, the, ; ] to the Memphis Contention TA the subjectstWubingweja.i fiitlsj.
    S shall take a treasonable direction. 'A .
    military
    _. .
    S ., procured from during till November.!b .coming dry seasoa-say. force will be ordered 'to' the iiehtxirhoudirNashville i South, Hut. his steady, unyielding opposition "recent letter from Jamaica, states] .by w&it appeal. ..e&there1 ..tb.; .
    May
    .5 I and ,Gen.Scott, (who. has expressed : to sectional \ i is fat1 eoncefiJed gidEr3' <
    The regular mining' operations in the solid his willingness' to ( a' l1ajrity.I. .. i..*,\ that the poverty and industrial prostration '
    quartz rock will soon begin. ifnd can b-contiaiied tnkeThecorninindultroops, bat red.to exercised undfr whose object ia to biEwiiku1'

    during the wet as well as the season. and to co-operate wIth' Gen. Taylor in/putting .tyranny pseudoconstitutional of that. .ial.!. .and. ...are,almost. incredi eeive the Southbo qaestioa w3
    "
    down to dissolve' the Utiion.w11 i forms and the -
    attempt .
    ;, Mr. King estimates amount. of gold which be ordered any to that sectina rf the country to'wjistain -" t ,- great,: ble. It,says willbe'pnicnred. from the Js Miv, 1Si1. tin intellect .wbi l( .Southern
    the General Government.shouMit be found ; mpp.arted. nix.hundred BJtty-three. extremes of the Union.
    the 1st November 1653 ut o/it hundred m&\\ It e sugar estates T
    lions! ,' necessary to arrest any of the'parties who n'tay j rights successfully; even against a :majority j ,But bow {trfullydoe& the
    po :
    1 ; take in what the Government then, in cultivation, more than one bun.dredaudEiy ,
    lie recommends that the lands be retained asS part may, .pro. ; have him the taint .
    : claim to be treasonable to the Union. j; won; not only .name j jof have been' abandoned and ) whiCh! invests our fate i1
    public "property for ever-and.(as .a perpetual j I ; with nbateone
    ! j J the GREAT SOUTHERN STATKSMAN, but us not to jotortiour i
    for the.publib exchequer. I -
    resource i 1.1 the wntks-broken up. This has thrown -
    I a To the workers and diggers of gold, he proposes mi' tenderness, in. ihe hearts .of] prepacitiona fort resbtacreenemy .;
    M-lHtrESrO OF THE C.u'rro&ICJ.REP: Ei& of cultivation of I
    out over 200,000 that
    the of acres : '
    to permits at rate an ounce unscrupulous d4
    grant ,
    T LTivEs.-The United States Senators an J 1e-, Southern people which, leads them'to:I '
    I of gold for each JX od. '. sent&tives' elect California ,have rich land, which,, in 1832 gave employment : King Naral}rk 'Our union,. finwKi
    ; For fte of regular mining pr from ud-'j believe) shall bis-iilce.i; '
    encouragement j "they and
    '
    "erersee determination has b1
    \ to leases.of a limited dressed a long document to Cougres,:communicating to about 30,000 )laborers, and 1i j- | brought
    t grant -
    operations proposes ,
    i copies of the State Convention' tbeir'jcredentiiLs. again But we are firmly of the.coii-1: stand. If we falter ,in, our pwpii\
    S of acres to or companies ut.I
    number ,
    persona .
    I :: S I 'a small per tage' on the amount of gold proj j into the Union..and a They formal express request the for astonishment admission i viction that. he has left the,infi" lence. r .. -of- i 4er over over 6,000 12,000 puncheons hogsheads of nAn of.sugar,ind". we disbaaloor'forces, nil'-will be Wi I

    I t cured. ;and regret with which'they have "learned the his thought behind' him,and that though.. Feeliihimigbt, Jt' is habhual. t?

    : i, T.elIla.M'f A.I.aai. existence of an oranizedreipecttble and talen-1 Duringthe same period over, five him to (ort right. H&4 ;we c t4
    : 80111'li
    ,. There is a homely maxim tlut "it is an, illS ] ted opposition to. the admission 'of the new* the ,body is depaned' the \ still' '. hundred coffee plantations _have been ted ourselves- !h tamely) and gea (

    wind tl Wows :nobody )." When the 1a-1 States, ,"0an eater, at length .into a.history of 1 animate his countrymen. abandoned mOD.ratingapinlt his Ircr eil !.
    and their
    'S 1 very agitation began to assume a threatening the territory; the organization'of a State, the To the people of this Union' the cir- works broken up. 'dishonor, degradation and '

    pect, that'is, within two or three 6S41'i 'we r<.-l lgarded'Uas population, and other matters pertaining the i ; !*- '' >Urltcumstances This threw. out,of qda! _i ion over 200- opftfcfijwonldihi9i3avhae
    -4 a'Pandora's box filled with unmitir subject. The address is a clear statemeuc,of the of his death should, afford -* llH 'ii-., ,:
    gated evils. But we have had time, to .look',a- grounds upon which"California presents'her application an awful lesson. For long time he!i 000 acres more of land, ,which, tin 1832, i .Wha can doubt it t IH bs then.

    rQund os,and pregnant with mischief ,as 'we for admission l into this Union. According -i a .'. required'the labor!. J of ve(3 ,Q Q thep to perfection. L&Toicoiforegojog ..fa.tHi
    _
    t supposed, and still believe it to be, it recalls liomin(1 to its statements, California' Ww contains had been failing in health d ,wus daily .' -- 5S ;the NnshriUe:Cerery .r sj''.

    S the maxim we haverquoted. The taunts' 107,000 inhabitants: nearly double'the umotlilt anticipating a sudden depirture.At t ..J .' .-'I Ezplauatlse. 'ca" off grievance
    and rnilings cUbe North have engendered necessary to secure admission iwo the UhibiiOf j The last Republican contains"the following S :_

    S bitter prejudices among ns, and these >e .bccomingxleeper these, 76.003 nre.Ameriain"emigrants, the .a great political' crisiswhen. he was] communication! from of slavery, .is,removed,by the.pasf*'
    Senarj
    seated as the"prov6cation contin& remainder being Californians tureiai. ers' .,-' '',I s ues. This is to be lamented, and we would The, address ooo-iltides asToJlowH* S S S S v Congress: 'Register. '_

    that it were otherwise: But we aVe. not o 'to" uThis, people '' 'admission.into; the:4-: lie 'created. 'ainazesni'n-hzs- :* *List- ,Pur-;. 3 'f "' (SJtbGTOlI.' March,' 4rt850.x \\ti*. p ,1.it it
    Will i -not Theortb has merifrin Union as'A State.' They 'understan.l r.Sui-"In ( '01 'the 14th'M4rch. .5
    blame; becinse so. proj.voked ting Advice, to his countryinen, was ] ypur/jpaper : ] [CorrapcMJexte oft l
    '
    ndwtO l that and estimate the advantages which'will ticcrpeto J .
    scries of which
    has
    it by a botrages gs just re.ched us, an editorial;paragraph '" '
    *rea* familiar to'every Southron as household t them from'och a connection; while they trust iea-1 in the Senate of the Ulljt.e.Slat. : .upon the subject of the'recent correspon- : t ASBING1ON::M J\

    'f wur-ls. The consequences are becoming 'appar : they do not ton highly'compute those which' will Ambition was,,dead-. the ,passions of deuce between Qov)Brown"'and the Flonda Delegation General Cast met the PresidehidentallyMonday ,.
    : be) conferred their brethren! do not
    -ut The South is seeking to become mdepi-n: upon They injCongress.mds as follows: W
    manuructureu.' present themselves'ns-suppliants :nor. :dq they life were deadl \Can that bit, ..clli.cr
    dent of the North by;-ncouraging. ; we'suppose % We should remark in regardko the Correspondence -
    '
    laud
    t of every sort at-:home. We ucarcely open. one. hear themselves with arrogance or presumption.They his,.last.words; were inspiied, ,by .otherj lint there are"autbeutlolntimationshnt : jery.interestingvr t' J i'
    without un come:asjfree'American citizencitizchs ; the whole 'aFmrter
    of our Southern Exchanges .seeing, the Oovernor.communicated.to the Jelegation.freely.ftnd'frahkly j "HQscottmen. NJIIfI '
    account of some new manufactory; of cotton, 'bY tre4tlf' by adoption ''nnd:by .birth, ':and'ask motives* :than Love for his Country 't. !I his ideas upon. the'snbjcct CC nt 1.lr r cehof !

    L Iron or 'WOOd springing up in ourimidst.., And that they may bo permitted! i 'rp. p the commoii '"S' the 1 t struggle.is- *ti'..% ?i :*not*: yet- )Wi'rit over.* "1.b''! '.i. [ of the.Souyieria, ConventioD, ) befoz't e call |opinIotisaecorded taire1 j4flL:
    what encouragement t.o., sttll.greater: : adS benefits,share the Onith, ,n.IJI,>and'promote the **M '- 5 >*# < ; r- '-*j* *j-L Vwji'made,upon hlin',}with'ihe 'view that'nUb. ,. :
    I "
    / merican
    vances turning'ourlabor into these'channels ,is -.e1t4reiur-oneof'the; Uuited'Stiitea' of :the Seer hasupoken. 'We listen;not-1*>I iua.'of.opiuiou between himself and CIirD legol- patriotsanionifl* 'diutIist !

    ; found tobe profitab e.' Itmust'jhereforegoontill ; ,America' 5' !j.:" t" T';\" ;b''s':(ir4cliS: ivi. h'sujierstitioi Jf t:wfil\ I'tion mi J/orcexlUbefure'the'people, to [ separated:--'soeit ')

    Northern pockets will sorely feelthe lossoi d ...WIL'LTAM'I'OWI: t_.. :X-if: y "whicKdilrta&lledjhem. ( lfli tKwit1i.'or emburnias' their indltldaal aeItton. lrnhid to do,all ih:tk.powei1e _
    Southern C1Ito '. 7OliNC.P1tEMQNT. [reverence:fur tiieTntfllei i t / Yet notwithstanding this. the'call lID the Mr\ i..
    this is not alL Since the North has become S. OEOBGESE1WRIOaT,', u' d ""oT UtUJ. t", .., .' J country ::8peakeraoWex
    But : ,. I' ., MoiyGod giaut;ua the qr .5- ; hi .eaiik
    : negroes Our :.EDWARDOlLBER?. : ;o1iuioa. :
    : expert at kidnapping our i n We think It proper to correct! tis error;U
    '
    'I
    people bye learned to stay at'homer. None ..< Washington, CMrchi-W30* ""; u>! ; ,meat" and'Prudence. ., ,- to follow the'com |contains, stalicg-'ihat GOT...Brown.did Dot deck. iafeTor.pf J fr'&&e's"tz
    .
    fn ten of those om ng'uswho spent,their, ::8 uI rmers E1 i1 *.F'j' _I.t.--;!K f' Ii 1-' ..r'r'), so.r"f"great. a." Man"'!. ., 1-ff !?"! ?Vr I?communicate'.to'tbe"Qelegattoa )freelyandrahklyhis Ifion;'I--'h- \JiG doubt Uiill .

    at the North ten'years agonow show' their, { BOTON.MarCb,3l. ln, .5 1 :. -* ,.k w* --- .3&x f H.10.4 i ( iJoas upon thesubjeet ftf the South- plated; coramiiteexill igree.. oil ii,
    ,
    S their. Mineral'waters in many. locahUes! 1 \ : ,. era Conventibo,'* 'Neither: be *
    laces \4 The. jory/ln he,-case o'fl/r.?W bster.' fore the r / !<' ,'& f* '-* --Vftff-: """*''*f' ttadersigned m.afewdayssati i actory/, t :r'
    S discotered.b bBstliingana.other.placee : ) 'Tl hid; ereif-receif conmnTii ,
    have been murder or JDr..Pl1rk at'eleven o'clock 'lastj ..e CoavcHiioa, at_ Ocalu. 1eeD"ul & oa "
    ,' ewMeh will'Wi. ti b -
    S recreation have "sprung ap'AmoDg u *tS' v>J * dli1 from him.upon the subject prior&o.&he forward.tUlettCr.nor ,'!
    0 -- Tf '!' ill
    life'in* night rendered'a verdict fgullty' of 'L *> v'"I Vi.- e{ Jt' .'jhi. I 4 f i"t e" ? I1/
    where with the luxuries of profusion, j iinurdetin As.thetmeto : for holding: .theConven. ?haawe/any'reacoa'to mejorsi otlbQthoue* of
    ;, our people ofl leisure.and ofmeans. 'tpn* >'. -s.vT *. expect:that'l.our ddrellwould; 'ellalt justify California will be admitted;/{ fl.
    I/ .ifjA' V* J-> *
    M As"V
    ; Bttinmert secure from the iisol ut8nettb I ration. Wehster ; at Ocala asiuggetedbythO, meet__: : rbm the QoWrnpr four State nniappy aDd matterswiH be
    Dr made a snoeeh and after "
    arrauged certainly
    \ ; y Iar 4tJi* f 1 tit; ;i'cid ;J .J.h} ij. ;:H' q1l'ft' .tt".. Shg (!blow as be.has it .
    and "ith.their prop intimely a
    1l' faa&tie. I the:verdict fainted. He; was removed tor jaH to' .- og9.1 I jpp 3' thought prpsokeat.th withoBt much difficulty.
    : ; .1 .
    are hpngb
    : results gwtliylng _
    ausoofthiSoUtbexfl
    ,
    t: kidnapper. Th | # ..; ti rI[ Mi" t f-iv tiiiiij'taaitig > i$ ( States.It .' 'f-r.: ?f SHiV-.. .. -. 7 :?" ,l. ,
    the of estrangemenithat h v e produced IW Uhi'ehteAc "- Hay ofAprs1.while therneetintia ? be ai well to'notice another ol -_
    S causes may error
    tj', .al..to' FWs*deplo -. ';I ITilfrnt ".' ,.u 't-\tn SQ ftl55. 'j t* SC.ti, |? Vi'-'V) '-i-1- 'j. ; mJ.i''Wi-- M n ftt t.ijn4Iuy act in:the same editOriaL :Ton resarerence.to WI'Q itN2I t.ci.&i'i ii,.
    : tbtm ree'81'1. . 1'.'1'1 S "V assignedthe succee
    ;
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    lrlh OOn8 rV/ltJT6. *i---- *-"*"* iA of th.e>]
    nl\vt'I beezitfM: othrrwbei 4 .TEwzzTarge meeting has .b nflield \ A aiiasag ttcrcf the tIE, &c.bill .-TJtr uItUi t ilj iWad.
    rth'hd'lot.I fferid'itselft f? Thursday;. the 25t prn.we.h.a been ibh %hich '
    : .piritofthe 2 upon you are"There ;, .. '
    ,.uaerded'b tCi till! '1i1 hiunk;bck lit Jat. CoJumbiaJTenn atwhicb\resblutlonstVf i .t F"d1: ; rJ f' entJmJ'/ l t. I (' 'n th n"IJ tery',' laiW. uditithe O&ihei1thia$ ,

    I .; p U IIYeCU uati o, toS htrfi h ,t. ". J ?5r..ottheOuthernonernj. |u.tI TIJ.. .alopted' tHt s, ),;l.'> ''" t ." .':_" w ,.,....:g i. hat the writer ehoold bin 1Ucitawko1a paased "thd Seiiate to1\ bII.b4

    \ we h" no doubhsade Pla -.,;.C il4YJbeen .. '([I:fud th! aJtohjOffUie!! 9 { '!eg 4\ l!; 8oa ftoiitwosoon testo the nentiontopr ? that. baiapMflwb1ch occwat". a j" 15: ''tJ .$n tal pOQllhaeat.IMnw] 111-

    pompt'.aough:tost nJ alrightscfherb ; O'1eiEt0 ifeHPst whM, i mn.:11 A meeting ihascilw been ,the' '*'*>\1dgJ' j.tot:*k', be-nfKSl complied. .:AviH.1.J"' I We agree with'yoa in_opinion,'bat beg lea, WeicwheT&.the: eaetingcki ,
    lj :
    custoxithid3h *>
    i. n'tt
    f.;, 1.deiulul-th &kt .t.lon:' tendc&: ll :'i.DfJ." b ldcl f i J p (;apPrb-fj :'b .i tQ if, aG I pd:that,.ihe meeting'be;held on< Thurs. ; izfortnyottthat> the letter was iuUttiaea paragraph.by tafl,writer"seateSfief or.the inQ v t1JW ','t&e'tjff: :

    it 1* tO 1at,. .WeJGrnthJ l't ttndrin '.1hQ 1JUc1; I1d1 -OftIi itt rt-'iti JAI" t 1i t.'Mat/*4lirl''a In"I.p'I*."088"*' *W''h*< t..b.av.J *i1'\i' Mention. .:,'It. Is th&Goveraorwhia printer oint resolution orif stTBCtiwf m

    \a4beenpditti t \ f 'f(1 Ojzi : !. .5A4&Mf ,.' ..".,l.j .; I -; !OU 5l _. Setters ; C.1
    letters i.ng'' .*f 1tr; 'n' :ird.VoV;,tx)go to Nwaville ; ifltitfljj fOjp1an5t1OnJ.) : \n nJJdjRepreentaiff<*
    IOnsiS'dQnHg1b1' ws tt J f'A. "' '.. business at Court this date!will be, l.. ". Cabetl .
    orthent/buiin fc} iopSlB n'. .**" 11 Kr. >}Dff abwnt from the city,ve dalot State in CoDgreas t C"fJo
    entre4 liJ cdAnoffice .". ,I < Fi,:'.}' .41'f.ff \ .r..II'-. J n\l y,1trfs!.. "i \Vhi ?.'i, n or r f Undertake to speak:for himv':(t -.. iiJi(! h ml'4fres t.iep.ll-,
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    protia | SfyfebMnU ker' jtOm "hit t P. '!; .i'fjf. B'; .1. ("f' "i t. iitVea ; ''j, .(fj) ct. *?-. jj-.i. i*,. :.. ,;l ....I : t i t
    tends t for the e of W fff.Bdr belter totbewishes ofthecitizensnfS4fr4 '4i1b j
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    aha.lllOOD : apply p1a : # : ; 1 ;'V.f { :., .YouiWserIt4U aLlt '! ;Sa8\lel'.P ice....bfa.\\
    ttB.t'whelheY'11n'r n orttiiturt htqin'peop1eeJluded to t n: die County ;whereibe corn&entton iI ".iI; iH' t.-1 J. D ;L LBB.ii't1fl : jvi" "

    seated 1Ieterl f b fLfiH ttfi.(t' gnit'lDa r.ll l! &!1. 'Jf_ ,tUI .f)1 t'- t P'li..Il1J? .. ;t"H' 'i ''' :. .l ,'i\j. < 't-Io.; ..k, iQ' U if ;tt"tCsoNLMoRToN. 'i4diaCFdf.CiIioi"Ou1iar" .. 0RfJ.

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    & i..+ tuna,trtho bare)lately fffiigrated across ibex Rio FBANKLiN > 'r .' 0 .', .;tJ' .
    MORRIS rertf AtaH
    Colnf4 tlrcrv, 1.t lr wq to Grande,many of them with the viev w&4;ionalM 1. < i ffimonnt iSd'ffifCBR s Berates, his.thinks to Ms"friend,'for the fa] J.lp Feb 'J.;:KALL.

    :teM totY" Previous trii ofh1'lD. or". ".ll ;.iI\IisIa. -- '" ...R.," BBNEDICt'"YItiPriri4- .. : '.. t .'. .' ': tors balsa received'since{ he.commenced; .bosi.J ,
    the M tic ld talks 'tritk,rtrernl- their t4oe woQ1d..fIi. ='i t !. &ad ) iPLINT FBIi1. i -11 _, t.. ..i i [-ii s"iQ this city'.in'1832,:and.wool J sUte;to his Notice. .- ,

    his le;itif'h&h tT*,occupied M I4 ajlsait. ti. : "l 1. Pt, .; r ;1 .'. ; ), friends,'ini the publia generally;"of Savannah -
    of be.Ind inks, 'ad had produced tics that+.u4be' 'roJa4'ri{W.tats ' of funds liable for losses,.. 9 ,!stu l aad-jits vicinity"and0: .the jurroanding ccun t. .0' Saturday:the 3tdl dot of staulissa _
    ;
    a t. among tbpa' i by.his The eetOtt&Ostib1 1iI\\'otiTi torW Sal, :!'a',,;Firma. "abovtt. invest.. ."..};> I 1 that during his bte>isit to London 6ad. 4C0 ; will sell at the Court Boose. iatkM COUSK.os .
    eomene..M that the United Government there;and the noirrtcoguUica of *< **? *- ?*-.,'*> *-- tvs .1, .,1t.31- jland: he:has; acquired v ous,itgprgvealet sss \i, the Laws directs, Two Hradrtd ted i3nti
    vHe told them :. ; t if > ? !, x. ,. .- : .(.. ... . ,
    e Aces of Und
    tale. all the right of Texas to this country'would'produe i 1 _. ++-.00. -.uaccte l with ;i y \;he rtnulndtrof the Re X
    IheIa l (
    :1'
    remove F
    Staid intended to therefore in addition tdeteaotbse n > '- Ettsie o| tae | ateof 4aaef LoaF;dtxe.esi
    i u Annual Rates of l Wlr11Jol: -pne\\ t YItq ANING; v
    d.' ;in three years to a country.wherevas difficulties;deplorable upwuingof land titles ; : solJ-to.pjjth* debts of ld;. ... '.T rsa'
    ; but little,wood,, ond>a: very We understand that these'Mexicans,.the'''great ,,Hundred Dollar*'on''a;8i7igle iLff'.'E : ",Vich- ,he trusts will enable him to g'rr Sroex41 half Ct and half Bo, T .v

    water that it would be majority+ whom arc not citizens of the United ; l -. ,.,:t -,, s 4tU&etioa to.alVwho may please to.favor; hfesx bad, Is sitsoted near&kit9 r ra r .
    scarcity of 5 ;. ,'A.i:1 .< i'. '-1 i with,their patronage.f -" H anger oad
    Hardshi
    great them, the 'cl.lleIet- Statesare getting up petitions'' to present to. .A i 'A r'cs. Vj a i. Q' ,"{ I ''Ladies? silk and woolen Shawls? .P'PJaakt.Ro.. "
    H Iared cotart. Congress in favor of,establishing a" Territorial .I..f.J 1: 'it" j I. Dresses &aj cap by.CoL,I. .D. .
    a day and the others h .- .Phd" lie cleaned and dyed !various colors,toss o.fl 'MAR
    tins about Government It behooves therefore, the'Rep .. .!.E1M _.r. It ,= .- .. w' I "" t 1.ON ms's,
    flL" '_' .- ; -- giro wtisfucti<'a, Per 8. 'Pi:
    in smaller! quantities, in ,proportion to resentative 4&d i people of Texas,\, 'to, bestir f.e.c ,0 .-,-. c' 0 -.-., -'ded < : (AND;. A.
    Table Covers cleaned .
    S r.a bo re- :Jacksonville
    < g- Feb
    S S may 23d t8o0.Tj'.T .
    e'o cs 01II Id
    eI c '
    station of individual- themselves to nip ia the bud this .
    the rank and conspiracy, = w-- cam'a.. a fl.tluired. '
    and children: only a pint The sad maintain and secure the rights of-Texsa jr Y. Y s a .N Gentlemen's. ,tL."t
    women within II II garments renovated in the same ,., .
    her established .
    chiefs of the Several tribes knew, this,' I .-It. O. Delta.Baoiuso cotutitntional um- ," 0 14 .S" <. t.0 e'' .'O'.- good style.as formerly,so as not to be surpassed -* |ATTOBNEY} AND COUJpELLOB.f AAto'AYIN

    afraid about t412' 8G 153 41 178 1 83, .3 31 by any done at the Nortti or dyed as may : "
    to any thing
    bat say fed bJa C
    were be without ; A 0..01 irogl oln mbi.
    skin
    1'T1 '8& l'55 4'1 185 189-340 required, staining,the or. soiling 4
    it,and his unpopularity among his own A MRATB.-Dr. Woodbrid .e Strong IS 84 VO'.1 62 .61 18SF:f 192 351 the linen. .Conaty to..J >,UltU1 County.
    and the Creeks arose from the one of the witnesses in the Webster trial on Ladies' 'Bounets tea11E rwtr'iDronD bra mend that lat Jw a.
    people 1'1 88 VI 165 ::44 1/90/ 194 361 dyed black, cleaned. and eocuite
    fact the chiefs hated, him because,they WedoesdaygftTe the following account of,a dain.' 18. .SIJ V2 169 4S 1.91 196. 373 pressed in a superior style .wnh him. ill the I of Lam h'

    that he intended totell the people.H } .. ty little bit professional; cookery." 19. 90 V4 .1.37, .46.." J'.92' 198' .389 ; Ladies1 and Of ntl ri.n's Kid Glbvts cleaned j ,,firm 5,1Y S.riDa be aaa, ..
    knew .. ; 1 hate dissected a good many bodies in my Q 91. 9r 197 41 1493 r.1'9 401 at\erthe most approved'London fashion:, Tae swill Dt:sit each .
    halt'everdid not intend to lire i pontW day.' I-had a pirate given fee in warm weather 21 n'' DT' 182 48 J 95 ,202 4'Jl 'Terms moderate. every term of the Circuit Court ,in the srat< l,
    the United States had j in the year-- and as I only wanted the "* Countic of the Rwtern Judicial CiftuiL-'lh
    l fond npproprifttelforihelndian bones 22 '94. 'DIJ 1.88 4IJ 195' 204 ,249 N. B.-Orders from Florida, South Carolina, ; %
    but I dissected him rapidly,and as there was a good il'tbe i interior County at Hamilton, in the Middle Circuit..
    of
    to '
    *, was going 23 97 103 193 50.198 ,209. 460 Georgia will be faithfully, The .
    deal of fat about I Supreme Court I
    him
    from the Mexicans fur himself thought it would be as 24 V9 107 1 98 51 191 2 20, 475 and punctually attended toNnfftce. U. TiOUhasaaA 111.
    obtain S.
    Court at 8V
    good a way as any to bum bin I therefore Augustine. ,
    up ; ''52 6 I
    204 202
    .23 tOO 112 231. ,490
    And (followers a district of country, made a large roaring Ire 'and kept at 117 211 53 2.10 259, ass AU business entrusted to their cart will
    26 107
    5244p
    which i W described in the most glowing work throwing on piece bj piece all night, and 21 112 123 217 54 118 2b9 : AI.UOATOSCOLUMBIA Co, FLJU ) receive' prompt attention. .

    oii'l' favorable terms. All thos who until I i o'clock the next I consider it great 28 120 128 ,2if M 232 '321 i 7a March 9th, 1850. fSIX Address ,J.P.& 8.W.SANDERSON.

    Jab to burn up a human body. Pitch, 'viewoild .. weeks after date the undersigned will Jacksonville,Carol Ct1.rl'
    would remove with him should have 29 128 135 231 M 247 356 60:5 _. 4
    be the best thing to do it with. It is application to he Hon. Judge otprobate. -
    131 138 236 )1 270 420. 621
    the privilege of living there ;, but if necessary to keep the fire well stirred 'op during 31 30 132 14l 2 43 5$ 314 431, 650 for letters of administration on the Estate IimW mmS AnAD it

    they remained behind they should, never the process or it will go out. 32 139 146 250 it 3 67 463 61t331M of Fisher Gatkias,1&leoflid County,deed. .

    be permitted to come-into the country 14tJ 261 .60 ,435 91. 100 HEgEKIAH 03TEEN BOWLING ALLEY, BIIIaARDt

    ,.but might die upon the land to SoAVD UN CAUFOZHU. looking over the 34 135 ISO 264 61 453 SOS 125 March 16, 'JO. SALOON
    of the members of the Bouse c.
    names
    of Representatives 175 62. .i Notice.
    which the linked Stale intended remuring 35 136 153 4:71: 5:29
    ,,of California we perceive that of 36 139 157 2 81 63 4 90 550 '765 week after, date 1 shall apply to the
    SIX
    all the Indians.: He i is to return. our "ancient friend" John H. Watson, formelyof 37 .1-43' 163 29 64. 5 09 '571 8'15 Hon. Perry G.W.lI.Judge of the Probate fllEE SUB
    in the Spring, and bring with biota. Columbus, Georgia Mr. Watson went to 33 148 170 3 US 65 534 59L,855 Court in and for the County of Bentoo; ; for.let* 1. grauT, North side",one door.from ta,

    large paper from the Mexican government California' but a very short time previous to the 39' 157 176 311 66 55 9 627S95 ten of Administration on'the Estate of lL1rdi corner of LXBUTT :strut, a RESTAURANT.

    granting himself and all those election there,carrying with him two negro 40 169 183 3l0 67 590' 662945, man I. Harrell.. ute of Benton county, deceaaedNANCY. BOWLING ALLEY, sad BILLIARD 8ALOO s
    slaves whom he holds such bli_ The establisnraent
    yet as we ve. HABRELL baa been 'fitted up entirely
    who might remove with him. It.appear From.the Mobile DqyyMwvtr, March 17,'47, March 16, '50. new, and qpe& for.the recepUoa viaiten at .

    *, from statements made by,theIndians COULD .'T ALLOW iTi-A .gentleman tells as LIFE bSt1&Af'CR..A practical illustration ._ the usual houn.

    themselvesthat he has succeeded a good story of one of his domestics. Having of the benefits of Life Insurance has, recently) S berif 's Sale, Bentoa C a:, Fia.)l .-

    in imposing-on many of the Indians the employed parlor new the evening female after aer\'ADtLe to -. civil sat down in of been furnished in this city'in the'seas ,of ,I SHALL expOse for sole in front of the Court HAS been supplied with thechoice 'O War
    ,
    '''
    the truth of his statements, and that a whist" with his "ireant a couple orneighbori.The game our lamented' fellowbitizen,'ibe late Edvtar4 Hoqse door of Benton County, on the.antMon' beverages to suit every palate wi..v _
    P.Test. While(gop4 health, me.t1ad 1 in April Ql'jt. within legal hours of be prepared w.ith( despatch. The drlicaciei cr
    of them intend
    number next "
    large removingwith morning"m11D.d"the help, observed be effected iusurnn.ee on his life of sale the season
    year, nq the following property, to wit: Two hUn- will be at all times:supplied .
    -o-
    him in the Spring. Wild Cat, that "the CArd-plnying must be put a $5,000, in the New York Life Insurance Cora dred find forty acre of land more or lug, being tern, Partridges,Venison Steaks, itc, served at

    baring lost his popularity among 'the stop to, or she should be oblige to leave-she pany, (formerly the Nautilus,) of which'Jr; the East.:6 of the'North West of Section 17. all hours, and on the shortest notice.
    did not approve of the practice, and never allowed James M. Mnndon is agent in this city. Mr and North Fast of Section Ib 22
    &niin''lea and Greeks, appears determined it in families she lived. % Township The Bit lard aal.a.!
    were -Boston. Test died suddenly and the other the South East
    very day ,Range 19 the property of Charles
    ," make an effort to romove to a Post. been imported expressly for the
    Ho
    ,
    amount for Which hi*life wus'insured. fire thousand Rnss distant country, and entice as I 'dollars was promptly paid o\er'to his family Circuit Court most beautiful CO>isrtt+-
    way of Madison
    CAL01UIIA GOLD. From M. F in
    an interesting letter county. : tvor lion, with air and India rubber cashless.Tsw .
    many 'Indians as possible, and fettle'down from Washington in the New York Journal by Mr. Mnndou.' of William Ware, this 18th Feb. 1850. .

    where he will not'bave to contend of Commerce, in regard 0 the gold of ,California This circumstance no comment from N. M. MOODY, B wIIB Pi.'..swstf.BKsw

    with rival chief He is a Cunningham*' we take the following, which goes to show us to gin it due force. It speaks to every head Sheriff, Benton Co.. AREaIaojua&rrom the."workman lad ever
    that the mines in the qu..tz region ate not anew of a family in a voice that cannot t tie misunderstood March 2d 1850. tds the entertainment
    bilious man, and i is not willing to be :, discovery : and should not be.H ob yeil The Itd- comfort of guests has been. provided.

    less than the head of the iribe.SOOTHERN 1 These miues h lYe undoubtedly been worked vantages of the system, its beneficent ind hup- | Sheriff's Sale, Benton C..., Fla.X *.,* cordially invite the public r &oeaJl o\

    qua leer:+*l iurhtq'i.. ;Ir. W right stated tiuti py results, will aug.eat themsplvM to the mind .311 ALL expose for sale in front of the CourtHouse this Establishment( aaaringthrot thai I shall.

    CONVENTION AT JACKSON. use vp..uitfg ":011 taiily difcovrreU in one :of of. every render.. und we trust unlace him to door of Benton county, on the firstMonday spare no t1f'uruo cootnbate{ to theii reereatieft.
    = tie e quarts hills,uud it was found to be a shaft 'go and do likewise.:> Certain it w, that no in April next, within the legal hours GEORGE SKIFF. '
    The '
    legislature <>f Mhwsaippi hav; very deeply sunk. Upon exploring it, the galleries prudent nun, wbo bus a family dependent upon of sale following property,to wit:'One bun? Jocksonvillf, February r.1B 1849.. Ij

    tendered lh. use of the Capitol to the i| were Clupdleading from it, through the him for support, will neglect for. a day the insurance dred and sixty acres of Land, more or less being -

    Great Southern Convention and the rock; all of whicb were regularly and skilfully of bis lift., the North West 7. of Section 2J, Township i2t General Orders
    .
    Governor baa been requested communicate propped on the aides and safely roofed. The J. McROBERT' BAKER., Agent.H. Range 18, the property of .Mic d' t>hooltstRatufjr xccitTsvc -U.&ni&"T, .

    be fact to all ttie" Southern I' rock was found to be very rich in gold, and ueamount D. HOLLAND '\i. D, two F1. ".48: ,issued frqig Justice CourtofHiflsburough TII"wsfe"Fdn..zrr 1., 1850.}

    taken from it; must uTe been im Medical EiZ7I&Mr. county in favor of .Thomas P. AN election is hereby ordered to be held i i& ,
    States. Here, we enure. our Southern tense Jacksonville April ti, 1850. ly : Kennedy nerved by John Boyet CoDS b.le 1 the 8f'A'od Division of the Florida JJilk

    frieads of both parties, that they will j This fast goes to illustrate some Mexican and ... .'- --. of Beitqn county, and returned to me for sale, tw, on the liAr Monday in April nest, at ta*

    find cordial welcome. Our city i isbeautifully .R :iadsh traditions,.and,indeed, histories of individuals WHITE 8PB' t this lath' Feb.1p.w. places appopted| by law for the election of Cow t

    situated on the banks of tba ; who have, in times past, acquired M. MOODY, ty OSce.s, for a Major General. to eoBsan
    vast and untold but from what Sheriff said Divptipn. to fill
    treasures, sour- Benton Co. the'acaDF1. occusjpgtd by
    Pearl, and ha- a Railroad to Vicksburg March 2J IS50. the resignation .of
    CM Spanillhjoalou811lnd cupidity would never tds Ueuefal Jf e Carter..
    OA the Mississippi river. Bamilfnn Canni,' |PI.ri4n. Officer
    known.
    Ample pro* allow to become : comiavnd'h,. Bfgimtati,
    vision' can be made for the ueommlldn-I 'rBE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform Sheriff's Sale, Bentoq Co. FJai Battallioqi, and Companies,-within the liait
    :. Trade Public th.at they the Lessees of as said Diy Sioo
    in
    Louisiana. are are
    tion of all our guests. o 7/u Sugar -The| virtue of a writ of lid Facias issued out of hftffcby required to carry
    this celebrated Spring, slid wou4 respectfully BY into effect this order
    Jacksoti i epi.1 l Sugar culture has inci eased ra the Circuit Court of Benton within their respective fr
    and
    < uninterrupted by any very ? the afflicted to come and'be healed. The to,me dirt commando and.make
    urge
    > rpturn
    demics. It is probably one of the most pidly in Louisiana. The quantity rais! virtue of the water is a'.fixed tact"-npt ide.il.To .' erred, I have Levied upon and shall expose for It is also ordered that those according who to law( .

    salubrious tituations in the whole union. t ed'in 1848 was 220,000 hhds. and 14,f; those afflicted with KH rjMATfSM, SCROFULA County sale iu front within of the Court hours House loop pf Benton ted as Inspectors Qr tile elections persons held iaOetft v,

    Packets run regularly from New Or- 000,000 gallons of Molasses. The DYSPEPSIA, and the Thousicd ills Monday in April legal'uext, the of sale oq the first ber ultimo, for County and Military .Ualee '
    which mortals are heirs we would.. following property, also act oa inspectors of the
    in this branch of tq respectfully election
    business
    |1tt80S to Vickxburg, and stqamersareronstautly j growth with that they its to wit: One hundred and. fifty 'ac'rea'of land acted abarv or
    suggest try virtqps, believing
    passinr down the Ohio and I ;: in the last twenty years, may be seen from many almost miracnlcus cures effected hy more or lea,'being tbe East 3'South East% Jfen.-rlt 'shall bs the doty ottJaeMent

    Mississippi, for Vicksburg nnd lither in the fact that in 1828 there were but. its use, $s;>.bat, they also will be similarly bentfi- Sectpn 24, Township West" of 21 Section, Bauge 19 j and Wet holding the elections ia the vorioof C =ps,a;
    88,000 hhds. made arid in J89 3ufAgtb % 19,Township 2 1. fjistricts, to give ten days ;notic
    point. Jaektoo is'eas f and J only ted.The Rine also thereof w
    access t I 3D ; one quarter Section of land being
    lill ; 48,000 hhds. begin to the seeder of pleasure will here find a delightful three of the most public:paces ja naB tric\
    They
    ws hare Jbe pleasure of meeting i plant : to while time. Their Table will West ) of North West % of Section 2 9,
    place
    $
    away # WNS
    with OUt Southern friends in Convention cane by the middle of February and to be sprea.4 with the best of the land, and'no exertion and East }\ of North E.ut % of Section 30, Cesnrsgt TlQ1)fZiSd :. ..aitJ

    we shall endeavor to make their stay I I manufacture the Sugar in October,' although on their part will wanting to provide Township 21, ,- Range 20, the'Propertl of James February 183$ 8t

    0ue of pleasure as well of interest. in average situations the cane for the comfQtf itgd pleasure of visitors. Hayman and Jeremiah Ml: Haynian to satisfy aFL .
    as Fa.in favor of James L Took this '
    : 18th Feb. MAGNPICENT
    ; The is filled with Deer LOTTERY
    [dcies..not until November. surrounding country
    ripen
    HI i"npP'as3. and.,Torkejs, and the Strea ns with the finest ''.b30. N. 3L MOODY; .

    \ of $. Oopd dogs and fishing tackle will be at Sheriff-, Benton.County. ct fir B4 .CiopitelApd .,'+
    A NEW GROUND FOR DIVORCE.The March 2 1850. 8100GGCt
    tdn
    THE CcuRY-CojiB Si-oar REFISBD all times at their service. abt.N ll eM
    -
    AND SIMPLIFIED Fog, rgi NTOSBIJY,-Everybody Legislature Kentucky, probably t o Conveyances from JACKSONVILLE direct Sheriff ?,SatpoBt' 29 prizes of$ ,. '
    ;t meet an individual which has |to the SPRING at all times VIRGINIA .
    case recently ready. STATE TOTTERY
    knows the celebrated t Ue of virtue of a writof Firi Fazios issued from ,
    Board
    the illustrious Mother Goose ,, attracted public attention, more per month T $20,00Children the t.i1'cuit.Coun.or. Alachua county, | For the_benet q LMo stop Acadeay
    ,commencing particularly;at .poisvile) and Boston, and {Servants, t 10,00Horses have levied upon and.will expose for sale befpretb.e Cl' 'Dvfor18i0. .
    with Jaek'built. .
    "This U the month 15.00mJFFINQTON
    hUQIe that -
    have added to the grounds of divorce per & RYAN., .court House door,in Benton county, on the To be dJ'W'n avAiexandrisfapn
    From theCotlowin extract first Monday in April next, withjn.the legal I Saturday.
    heretofore existing-- 'the March 30 April 27,185ff, under the wperintcn4
    which we make from the letter of a correspondent unnecessary 1S5Q.___. hours of sale, the following named property, twit dence of
    of the New York Herald it publishing of one party in a new aper Notice.THE ; The B. K of S. R.j of 8.'3.5J,i and the 1 Y. CoaunisoionfJ. _

    that the tit for alleged abandonment" sale of the l>ml of the Estate of James %of the S. W.) of S. 3b\ levied upon, as the \ ff. Alt A CBV &. C. .lbasalgs
    .comb
    P/ars. cur scene flg, tJeceuseJ, is postponed. to Hie first pfOi|*rty of James M; Bates to satisfy on Execcutiqu 78 number lottery-13:drawn boUots.SFLEMDIO .
    tb
    White House is to bo immortalizedAnd THAWING OUT A FO&TUNE-4L1\JO'T.- Monday of next April., in favor of Stephen,Fagan. ;

    handed down id' posterity.ide b y ,: A Dutch washerwoman in West Utica MARY LONG Adufx; N.MMOODY, SCBXXZ.J ..
    tide with the nursery tale before allu Pn s. D. FERNANDEZ, Agt. Sheriff, Benton Co.. magnificent papitaj :f .- Slnouo*
    led I cut, a]large piece of ice from the, canal :March 23d, 1 850. March 24. 1850r' IdsBY 1 splendid prie Of .50.oqq

    to. Tb,writer says that the new the other day, and took it home to melt r. dodo : T. ., 20,00"1
    lariat ib which the history of the District. Courf .( the .HailedKOKTBERM ".'11". : .SherUi's r .. ., .
    remarcene into.water for use. As she washed its ,SaJ ; 2oooq
    DISTUCT OF -' .
    FLORIDA. i ,
    butt{. : dodo
    is wfoic: r f '. *' 1'
    appears the of a. i gradual I.traaefortnntion from a solid t that : .
    hereby given pursuant to an i. .
    witty aerator wDo bunded ii NOTICE from the Justice Coqrtof t r 11,551
    JGe "
    a fluid fQrm, she; was startled to find of tlieHoaJsaaoJsaao H.Branson,Judge county, ; 30 :49 ?

    loo'e ve fy:soou after he had wnxmisAir portions of paper resembling bank billsbeginning .otsaid Court,the_ April Term thereof. ,required I door will in expose Benton,:for,sale before the the Court House 2iJ.9 (' ,wm.... Hw bfjrf risesiS) 3 ;
    I .
    on
    firstontluYln
    d the <
    curry-comb senatorial to Senator 1 11&. to be held on the first Monday.of April l, ount11 't .-r 0 .
    to d themselves andwhen'the ; ,509
    elope April of the .
    ; lest legitlQun. ,,0,1e,
    :Se ward. It rum ttrfis; will be adjourned to.the 3d Monday, ((15tb) of. 40. .
    thawing was finished, she : following named.RAerrY levied.upon bjf TI1 v. do'
    'April 1850.. 65' .
    This is the that his .t B. Jackson t. : v ppq
    man conquered Cgnsta4le'ofllentou the > .
    county, as
    from the
    three bills
    : picked water franks. : JOHN T.}JIYBICK .Marshal, 65 .do + I6t
    foes at Monterey pueha Vista: ,.- one for $1000'one for$}Q, 'iijid1 o'or Per G. L ZEUNLOL luputy Marchalt' roperty.ofJQhaY.'Riggs'toicatisfy-Executions in favor: Thomas P T 1,310 do ,. r r H|
    This is the.nor- which bore the man ,. Augustine .Feb.23 J6AQ.mar2 ,Kennedy,and cwo do '. .
    $5. 'Hers-was a streai:of.luck rather Stf ; 71 i Wm.. 8.Brewer to with: N.W..% of S..7t T.25 11, .i 4J,

    and who Conquered his foci Monterey. >a' .I sad,of,California'. with DO stockholders l Notice '. B.21f N. M. MOODY, T IiPth-Tickets$ $40-rHJyef. ., '29i"'Q- 9mi -

    Buena Vista in the back ground to claim -a )MY wirr, MARY daughter_ Wm. New jrheni6, Benton County 'ceofcertl ot .
    .
    This is tho which bern deserted and : ;Jtfajwh 2,1850.; tae .ppata pasksgtei.. ce the abov t
    'curry-comb .cu r- share in the for : having my'BED BOARD Magnificent Scheme 'as .
    profits $1,015was: follows .
    I...be horse which'bore the man 'xvboWittered $ \ pay since the end of January last,"hereby give notice .. ; iNotiee. T : ) '
    wwhing. i 1,030:dozen of pieces, without that I shall not bo responsible for debts ,d rtifiate of packagt of 28 '' 1.
    any months date I
    his. foes .at ,Monterey Bad "-' a after shall present my ac- .
    tbe r-ork. ;Bat' the ice ba d she contract and all *rare'wamednot SIX' ticket, t MaA
    Buena ;even ns : ;: may ,, persons "' and-vouchers to the Hon. Judge cf D : It
    Vista thawed into' water,' so did '.ie'roriu e to nz her on my.. .account; ','''. Probate for Duval County,for,final 'settlement do'dO' 2'.$JaaJ' S

    This ia the senator who presented 5tibedfrorn the water.'vanished into:air : .t.30sEPHiS.ALAS: and discharge as Admii1 tris.'of D.Ferris, .'U .
    the carryrjcomb which carried the horse ITS Jrqprillelarch d, 1750. 4t 7 deceased. .. _, .fe 40" # eJfltJj
    the .8ARAR.I''J.BJJJS.
    "" for bills' proved to. be. .coanujffeU. ,14 PIa'palace of wholes 1tlll'
    jjhich bora the man who cosqaered his .., ;A dtssiphtra/ri at .aIat. t' Jacksonville,January,.t 9, ,1830.- tie
    *_. .__. .> ," /OhW"G.CI-'ee t ;t\ f i ;to:aU over|44a attt.thai oay be .
    foes at Uoaterey and ,Boena Vista*-,"' 1'P SlXaonths'ifter date I shall present my ire, 'J.1I0T' "-r. drawn fey.the tweatr ra tickets-!d&hiai1L

    This is the other senator r wiwcarriedthat p.; ';x' :.... .,_ 'Ut..," ; Ij ,.l,. to the boo.:ndge'ofProbate j JW:OTJCB k hereby giveij fpolj persons. .. : interi m.f .' ..,Ts '.. qoartan,a&d .-.fI:

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    &D.ior\ibO' reseated the ''carry*13;J>P9>t.A' Boftoaoii; the:24th. .' 1 4 and ask a of discharge Duval county; from,foV-the s fartber'idaiint"final ettletueni at loo : .? ..:e ted,''that four week*.fioa'date,;.*.will pip:trio' MidLJ -cheatis use Jt .
    to the Hon.:Felix
    coofib which Wtned. ; the, horse{ whigii) DAVIS IIALVsri'33. .yW. ?, fonnsly..,a'resi.Psiaeai'ofthlstoirn tration ot theteol John. Eo fldumjeru,'deed. ppljr Probate; for the county of Levingsfcra Dun\'fof lave Jndm to sell Of _tractive/i.PT'drawa ia thaR. .J1a1ciiir R4
    bore : "
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    ttajBHtawbo, : :conquer ed his f ; "# e '( latootDavatcottitty.; +" "'It fheyeal I'rwperty lq m ingtp the $ of 1J or the. '.. ...,
    .t BiIeDa. v. 1 f f t J .' i 'itA1ABYE.:8.A: HD EB8 1 r rtato the lowest PiUz.: r
    Monterey s4 Vish i. : .8a? "" t o.a e au.al19ABTONtA <.$.: .a g tr : : ,:. lazi'eiJim.d or so much:'inereof. asfl '&hIcaa 'b7tiefta .
    1 1Fashtht Ua4tii: :': ,rrlfi J c'I t.f --t fc* ".J. will be ntcesaary (o pay the:outstanding''debts Jp.\'lng;oa,, !n: I.iu'ttott "
    ; ,
    O's "
    j ot.Clisi'E 'S.auD" _Jackoaalle. ,
    Febt850ai jsiiir-- '
    of _
    'I.r A said stata *' a- C:j.t.
    .,. f'.JE:1t,ii..Giii,. ..1d'l ;..j- -". ,.. .i 'AlOU". ""....u1..-.- .$- {..- r 1BO I"BAGAilAamjo., : J fjqitltn"ef.,..-
    .a .ike a toot! rP't1t::' ". / "IoOe 'J packages m tho-above r'
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    ferutbis ./' .:t., : ;> dsts'I shalYrii ';:chi ,1JANN1 4d.: ,
    1 &HHon,, of Probat -. .! .f t Jb .e xlIbe.PIT? rltswtl+sCltl"'lJn1ft'
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    Aec.attb! one. 1 'g _d mot b t : rand for sale.by: '- i'6Aeos. 4:1tJ,j..So.o.8..t ar.'ot.Qtom'LtT .4 ;.B.. Payne,''ttte',of::said+n con nt ;:. I : iklP: 1Iu iI.G' '. 4'l ...; .
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    1 JS.taere 1 notified thacat; i8 th.intetion and f
    I \ \fth"j ianow.rftapenedj'oc tb recejpt&panv of cc 1
    I J4 pIieIAIJDtIC and G1llt 11111'01\4 Copaj O I n V tt L p 104 t_ 1'* *,*-a:>'- : ** f*'A rfrOl& t Jat"nllJ dJ.-1i
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    trtz _,I>;to>j pply itfor;a.nend 2nts'to.t Charter of THIS INSTITjmOIW BE OPENED irncdrepoUiloiSwhlcb.tBis Ho ii \ J
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    ";,i* id Comp4nyat:: $: the next*meeting of the 0eae- : 1fe.'ti 1ttudiyIfl IB1ikt13,!gQ' 1ck, AI, has acquired, it is the intention of the prest mUJiiO 419BHM

    "JmtAscmbly oC'Flotida.i I i$Jacksonville .East Florida., ft pruprietbl'j.Qiiu.WD.'n A1 q ';t'1flOi( f .
    t ovember.2",1849.-1 "*H' Jm ,". t ,Sepafate"f6oms wm'11 e'titted up2TpY'theJutcoranjodatibii : ". R, rv .ti" 'wUJ.rJDd d' t 0" I I 1D. ,i dt ,, pz1Dit nbit4&jetLE733O :
    \ vtm. "i.r.com j r.'f .Yr. !
    gli
    U- I of 6ung::Jfand.kMuSe4rwberc1'tbey4 > guests. ,'tvl1ers t ,|t a.othe 8 cIlV ) } &ij

    Land, For' ,Ii'is sittrtled fllcifikJ 'J.QJl8tfJf.. i UP Zs1


    .j ::! .: .. : 7 : ( )! I'higher branches'ofn";aid' 4giI$fceh EnkUshrand Villr Wfilfeil: ';ClassicalEducationV ,for1"ColIeWor thp .wfirt omh{with yardln dat-koiaztas.front; S'jSrB 175 feet!101With' -. cI' .*SJhiLj9hj .

    ,*- > t',n lanj-.a. qua.rteraectiol\quantity lies for professional' life'i iti 'L'atin and northeast:winds!* The) '{ eligibly' ;.h, .raJft ufr4at.

    ; !nSimmou': Hammock at.welve_. 'miles "Greek cldslies and* In'vthe' and' ted '! and fixtures ;. rq .' '" .'j '} PJ\i 111 '" .
    _. :. t ) s ; .PliHosdphical., targe airy,the building' Kfi- ,4..t; .ti L tI:_ 'Wl;
    ,
    M t\nce from.the pleasant,and growing villAge Mathematical. scieuces.t f -.J. > ,| being new. The'House.built of.wood,is lutKed'andpl l l j.' : r : gW'1
    \ of is cleared au-t hajf ; ; -. t: ; !mmsMii lCINE;*w prepared by'A v-0-T, 'tt
    ,, !ft Tampa.About one half, ArraacfmenW. >\ i'edi.t&6.In' a Vdr d i 'tfl.r&ttltof asbfcxtwMi
    -* been.in.cultivation, ,.1 The ,soi! ise : I if..L'r.P.h1ijciaut
    .wo. years. ,
    f ; THE YEAR will be divided Into four qriarters .prelyortb? fuvjvwrti i>YUts n. ** BotJWil Fbe.t
    ; site earatiinaildlious.'cof .1 V _
    lighi and of nni iwell! i ptacticeof )
    .d ".atwann,> ,, good depth; ofabout" 12 weefe" ichithintei4eiiIngv a. I,:\\' h the many advanthgescothbtned.1e.preent ;;
    flL1hose.rwlifi.be f'ued'.lbtheJpBel"rIt' .&CItJ' tot
    known for tBflarge! jield o .S. ,(:ttoo.- mate en\fl"t..tti.'e1
    ) Mz DAVIS assares thfee'
    ; : proprietress
    ,
    will\Yetw the first )
    I: The water is soft and .pure.Dnd.\.the place! Decidedly i tions.fronitot2Maiidthe.The day,. second s'essid'ns! froni:31to &|P.,; :patronizing tle house that her|ezrions will'be : 14'rt seen it.autU1Hfr5,r' vid Ctforib grmt q lne.iah 1 ot ftI mud J. i P 'iWf ? 1.tn'1ti trrtt .

    .healthy. :Several hundred other acres' 1ttW d l tsday'mornings will be appointed'to. 'to:please./ .v .i *-S ) ;hajs.been'iptarftctlyarestoredvuyj WDl! "I1'ulinfdl ft1f %! .

    < putegtt, ajacent and similar, the whole being exercises in English composition declamation. .: Veryrespectf llj, >* l' !: .thou zemedieahae l.1te.t lqt otth .
    The this micinejbena1Ii.cthei. 'eBfjJ'trti1e1W Mit
    of moderate elevation. .
    on a plain | : c : > t TIIE PaOPIETQR l'
    is neighboring woodsf and ; | : ; 20 184. .f UedcJ opc1atfon- DOII.wnp11J1b suspe4j tgfMJ en+I, tn t bpI Inq tdf J
    gootMn St. Oct.
    range quite st4arsi.ve.'ith After the first term,nc pupU will,tie received, '. Augustine, : | 5 .&hl djaeUfo.r a t.imt; but ItDJ ptuif' 1hB11 1 RtJ' Je Wb R{! i tIdtt'I
    pmrieswhichlattcrare : N. B. Attached to the house is fine stabliog/ :
    except at br near the bejgihniirg6f'ih session, .Jtem and restore4tio ct and-pexfectbealtw'; 'I creticnte a namn tQ e, l l I
    in convenient distance n the public} -land is.a "'horses boats all fix' ,:
    t 'i, C and no pupil for less thanone'term" "carriages ponies, ana r\reHoiiD bu\f eaff li r 1tc1ft
    residence : | A small Treatise on the.!''" &eatmegle :
    site for overlooking surpasing -
    a a scene ot. ;t.- tures for excursions.JM .27att lultidre\tSit
    F : -- beauty: The terms will be m de known I T-"M')?,"?! : I; and cure of fever RDd-agueaDdOt1terdiseasea b1ta"b1f' tD idtMLaI

    :( *. by application. at Key West,.Florida Vor 1 i Reading,Writing and Arithmetic; .' ,- 6,1)0) S Boot' and Shoe)Store' I ? |"t h bilioua,climate!",may' be had gratis.of,the nf$' 't.u.B o II Q-JJ7I ( A1

    -*"' J. W. STARK.; Higher English studies,. t t- 8,00 SUBSCRIBER, hiving tak rup .dersignedf3f.h'/l itd, m 2$ iiw ''dnl t\fJ j ) ees g1L4 ?t,
    *. *" 1' Philosophical Classical stupes- -. 10,00 m ',1 4lp, ziumern 'eettitirAttJr froni menott! sufferingcqtnuhhi17diciitT:
    "Dec. !; !849. 6 | his residence! 'permanently |ip" i' Mid tifm ..
    r One half,the price of tuition,according to he. highest respectability-testifying 'to tnefere
    .,T : IIL4.1'SWOOD'1It l't1"'G&ZIN studies pursued, will be expected in advance., 5 &,
    i !*** I.. .. AND THE and the balance at: the end of.eachterm.- now:prepared' tO. .z:1 83?'3> '* -II" at ** *.$* fHi bering14recOinmthaI1bi sircbe i ftf]

    ;s ** British Quarter y 1 Co views.. Board: will.be provided in Town at reasonable -: to its carry branches.on the Aa Boot he and obt inS'a11 Shoe business histmateri4ls in pll'! g > t. ffi.HOLM.ES'&JCOf Ja ,f1 it Il baned.zt4oqI, O.

    J'OWINO. to the late revolutions and counter- rates per month, for Pupils from the country directly from New York.he will be enabledfto1 ,' JIA.gmJ; foh-Jaeld ,tviZ1&zWd' : q f to. p. itreioTedif1 rc .
    ,r' which and Parents and Guardians, who may'desire i ,.JftckaonvihleFeb.241849.;"' '0 ": initY.C"; gave rqasHorfperi
    'revolutions amongthenations Europe, ;. furnish custom work at a much less price aliaof I.,____ ', ,' : r i ano 'rdftr ? 'leT oVeamc. ,
    avail of the facilities of this '. '71QYSED'S
    to themselves n :
    have: followed each other in such quick succcs"stbnand far superior quality than has: hithertorbeeu"u" ; 'Otheltbendi
    i1P9UND teful1f
    ;* > the'4eading Institution for the education of their children uc EXTBAC 4b1Wvehv Itb ,
    of which uthe end is not. 'yet" citizens Ho
    his fellow
    to. ; trusts
    accessible -
    and others assured that exertion tbjit < 'ub lQff p1csq u4)p4) 'fVb l tflbal pi1c
    periodicals of Great Britain have becomeinvested'with1 may ,be no the which has already been ext.' '< m .ABS.itPABIEI f1 ;
    ,, will be the health comfort and patronage 1"Y end.nJ.I tq,lie ., ..ltei6tft1 I'
    I f
    a degree of interest hitherto un- spared to ensure ded to him and for which he:tukw this occasion .T1tlsExtr t.'idfn I icJeiW1u l .4 .
    i ,
    ,r" JL xiuooi cor.'o Gr.lD
    I *- known They occupy a middle ground be- progress in knowledge of all who mayp>e to return his sincere thanks, will be still( :i' i1eheaW'P.fe| ( r, anlffa''''njfecf attperiprUS f V1A\b 1844 :' Z t1M4T \r .
    :
    and .imperfect entrusted the care of the Principal. if. :
    necessarily '
    tween the hasty,disjointed continued. 11' airy so 1.(. &ycur6s1diseasesj\ itjboui
    Ii of the and the elaborate RUFUS K. SEWALL,Principal J : :TfMOT1/ells 1f'NJjM Bi fiif2 11J
    records newspapers, Repairing of all kinds executed.with neatness vomiting,fjntr&njf.lficXehing: or deltiaafingiti!&& .
    .
    treatises be furnished N. B. Pupils in Town, wiltbe expectedto S'T 'Hi't,* iiU 7 htJ itrn i ilul 1U 1ly.rpte
    and ponderous to and despatch, directly opposite the'BljP- tient,and is particularly aditedtor ar K; t 4

    ,: ; I by* the-historii1u at a future .day. Whoever* provide seats And desks. Chairs are recommen- L1A11P SALOON in Bay'Street. ;. || FALL .ND'.'WI TEICMEDICIN.p. ,: O IJtJrifiie 1ctl tci'ftiiai1 Wi.pIiii

    t I reads these, periodicals obtains. a correct and ded. [Republican coy.May19 .] f$ S BENJAMIN G.iMILLSp tlie ri4t auiyTaifdfu'dVcatesMiseas Hofii fihls'Sa1iilliC '" $o female 5iho hasireaacai tosuc&she JJItJ

    t I connected account of all the important political 1949.. tf Jacksonville, Sept. 8th.. '1S49. ; 6m> || ;. v all otbireaie. ; i s itr ra ) )" crjtpz! pithetzs1ould

    events of tie old -world, as they occurland 5'- ,, iyinVigorafeltiie" h',( IJ n glect o. t jt .A8J.. .ia. s.C erta ft
    :U ,i learns the Various conclusions drawn from them JACKSONVILLE IIOTCL. K. K., REID & C.0.MESSRS f tii body,'consuinptfon cured ", f( 'Yditefbrny t.t.2'(111"Jl11meJoU8' iudLiIfeases
    ,The American SUBSCRIBERS to.ken.a lease wt .. ,... -/?" l l
    the having "
    by the leading spirits of age. THE jiyc teaandrenf1id; f whiCh tl n ltSft ai l's 1jtcrii
    .
    deem it to call the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr., ., R. R. REID &.CO. hnvingleats- |V ; *i ** .
    :. r Publishers therefore proper : S consumption'tcan'be cured, 'I' timer of life. ithfi period may1 b 4t 1i3

    i .IV: renewed attention to the works they republish WOOD respectfully solicit a contiouatiouVof, Wharfaad the buildings attached,. bronochitis] cdnsumptio rl'Uver': cotD\faint: salars.y pgbjbaedici orkkiess,1alutbiei
    low at which they are .ofI .the extended patronage which has hitherto are now prepared in connection 'with 'their .' : {asthma iPttiJ.
    4 :;and:the very prices colds coughs'cHtarrh'! : fOf t.hosfL.-ho..aut''UT.IJloae1t"
    .
    ..r; DRY GOOD, GROCERY' HARQWA&E .
    is their been bestowed this well known estab- :
    The' following VatoUtoVfWctiT
    1f red to subscribers. upon of nsin the chest edtonsfiiit
    ting bloodj : natt
    ? .
    I ;i lishmeut. In order the better merit it they AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHJIJEjV2'todoa '' ?' .b" .1..H' tj$ *t
    list, viz: ;. 5' bectic'flush.knight. sweats/difii-.. 1 qiiickefln tt 'l 1ca iti'd intiedntioc i
    .
    t TilE LONDON:QUARTERLY REVIEW, t have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the// : GENERAL. COMMISSltibBUSINESS : S S / .;: -cult*or-frt Dro 5 use-.' pec""' 5- ) ij8tem?a Indeed;tlafti1ndi i Ji ji'llnl L1a1 0
    f : ; ; ./ / ; v' (L. i I
    t ? building and adopted many improvements :.to p f: ''tofation'andpaini": .t.b lize&efr o..hichlJj Jqerubj
    ->THE EDINBURG H REVIEW, f .Their established the Savannah *' -J ., : cIt.
    : promote the health and comfort of their guests. charges are by in theside&c.' ',! 1 { "raCK thr.*1oJe ava teJ1e."J\.i 0

    TIm .NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, The old friends of the house will certainly rates. |ij I '* : liave.and, .' .,.r.entry.'the J.Jfu.T.w." ,rtmoviDimpurities
    --nv
    *
    **.TUB'WESTMINSTER REVIEW, 1\ deem it an advantage that: the table will,be Under They are .the Agents of :theu.. S. Mall -. .,cil 'be .!: of ilietddf-dI ,o'iuiihiii&.
    Steamers at this place and are n6wenabred.: J'"r" ** I ,
    the superintendence of an experienced j ;
    .
    cud tWsysteoi as foduce'tsnbseqlict\
    ', AND t. reTa4.tiQn,1zichis
    Hostess by whose aid they flatter themselves to offer eve ry facility,to ,the Merchant, Planter fal.fo.remale.wealnesaanddisCiage. .
    EDINBURGH )MAGAZINE. .'.' J Probably ther :neyer was n'reniedy'thntba[ : } ; the case of jnost medieinW :
    BLACKWOOD'S shall be rivalled Hotel in the and the Public generally. .
    they not by any ** ..
    beensoWcessful'indespmiecase -! .
    in New pfcbnsuniDtiori'as t. 'inhegrenter ":
    The nbove Periodicals are reprinted South, being now enabled by the constant steim Goods consigned to their,.care winbe received '

    .s.York, immediately? their arrival by;the Brit- communication; with Savannah: and Charlestonto and forwarded with ,despatch.t. |j this and ; itclearis'es heal andustrengthens the .thi, f DISEASFf01'.7111f. r vi'TUilE 1\"Di1DItQPSY JJRAB.! JZRi1: fi
    .bh.steamers, in a beautiful clear type, onflne markets Their.Store Office and Warehouse are situatedcoiivenienttbtheAVharf. system appears to ulcers on 11,
    \ have the advantage of the fine : } lungs, and: the patients graduaUy.regniJi the'usualhealth t141Ul1 N Yoz31214.Ds. .
    faithful
    white paperand are, copiesof originals those Cities. In addition they bring to the business ,
    .
    liiJHal-1j.l
    I 'I' .H rOWf$ wfki4.i'IIla
    and \fJ 'II ,
    ) an exaci ./'flcsim'Je strength. : > < ri ? f.
    UjACkWOQd'I.tgzineeiug E. F
    St.John's River
    J which will Palatka January.t.
    I !eJmon. I an experience of many years: 'j CURIOUSCASE>OF'tCONSUMPTIONJt J i diiReot the hurt;
    .. of the EJmburgh enable them to judge better the means; of attending 1849. "ly, ; f WIt"; 8tprri l 10JJ
    *' In these,periodicals are contained the views, to the wants of those who visit the mild There is.scarcely a;day'pas' s'but there are, "H.T 1. rCoi;uptyre '-J..T o".Ji'c't t11teensj
    '** clearly and fir.nly expres- &number ot cases of.Consumption.reported'as ( ; : ine iin e. tcne .tosti
    HOLMESCO
    mIerate1yhough; climate of Florida, for the purposes of healthor ".troubled wHn'shcH fc fVol tVcath cild grcui!
    in cured the oulr. ( v
    irties EnglandrTory'Whigj by use TownsendzSarsdparil1The .
    three
    se I, of the and RadiC great p-"Blackwootl5r and the pleasure. \|'ESSKS. HOLMES & CO.,: have removed following Was recently!Te erred- ,* tering ot'-the'hrirtJ .hich'ba91Vfen 'thydltreEsing .
    TUB reputation which the cli- ITA, stock of Merchandize tothe
    INCREASING their
    end baa
    large frequently inn um.Lleii
    "
    Edinb DL 3"owNSENji-J .For'the 'last
    ; QuarterlyJ Tory the 1fgJj Sir':
    "London are ; mite: of Florida possesses in the estimation of building formerly occupied by the United States.iuown r bcd. ILe.
    .
    1e.av-.ft
    ** ' ; the medical fculty for the cure of consumption the Government and evere.4b J
    as Building.Th6y l"trnd aln'cst: eveiy rtn.fd
    ;
    ''North British llevicw' ow&,its debility and 'nervous consumption of\the last J
    Liberal. The ,
    : and other pulmonary diseases, has induced a uvedded to their stock, by the late arrivals l such cases with but JiitJ '1i iiBt; VbtL'biidi lit
    ecclesiastical and,did notexpectto health
    ; stablUhment to the last great vast increase of travel to this State, during the from New York.atullussortmentofDry Goods. stage, ever gain my' taken t'tbrl'e lottltE'oi:H'tur eIctlki
    Scotland and is not ultra in its at all. After going-through a course of medicine > .
    in :
    < movement fall and winter months of those who seek the Hardware Provisions &c '
    iroceries &
    oneottii ; : medLciiue* ; l t4sSjILticb.: .1't1it'hd, f1J.t tHa'
    I 1 gridI departments; I of under the care of some of the most distinguished
    views onaiiy relief afforded by a mil.ler.atmo.spherfiml in which they are prepared to sell at reduced, of the'heaft 1.d, tju. ruitnre, ..wa."L k
    . J' human knowledge; it was originally eJiteil, by have determined regular physicians and member of the i < .. .. '* .
    view ofthis fact the subscribers d.
    I and since his death, is :;con- prices. Board Health in -.New York* and elsewher lIiely sappeared. .. : _. ..,
    now
    , Dr. Chalmers, that their exertions to merit the p4ttrouIgvwhich They are now prepared to purchase CottoAS .'ce'QDSUSO' '1ht> : .t. '" '' "
    son-in-law Dr. Hanna associated and spending; the most.-of1ny'enrn11gs in attempting u arOJ1..o1'UIKl''U'rmuCh'sW
    : ,f ducted by his Brewstr., Its literary, 4charac- shall be bestowed upon them shall be Hides, and other produce of the country,'at the to regain health, and after reading l1en", W-tbiTd tfcb idea tlat WEIe
    David my
    :, '' r.terisof> ; with Sir' the highest order. The 'West- without regard to toil or expense. ; highest Market rates, and make cash advances ;in some paper'of your Sarsajirilla'1ies4ved : | ,, to benefited,us he bdu&hd kUfllid'( ,

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    v J minster" though very reprinted under that title only, BUFF1NGTON. & COX."'; oil consigncitstotheirfrLendsib Savannih to try it.1! After,using six bottles l'foundi "of dfc. f' s'Sr.Dut i p bJ1i4t fa jt l.4J4peur1

    I, ; t > js published, in England under the title ottbef Jacksonville, Oct. C, 1849 the tf Savannah and Charleston, or N ew York. |3 done'me,:great good,.and called to see and
    ; .rt n'rhe Charleston Mercury, have article of Iron
    i I f They a new* Wrought .5 stt.
    tJJnt.'tbJ8'snhI'Dt.! !Pt
    f s.teIIUUfp'
    f -; '.." Foreign Quarterly and Westminster, it being the above your office 7 wIth your advice l>kept 6n, and'ao
    Georgian will please which would cill '
    copy j .Dmost like
    Ploughs-to respectfully fchcn 'but Jf ft t\h
    1S
    f in fact a union of the two Reviews former- most heartily thank you for your advice, I persevere ; ne'rJtht u.i; :
    ; until forbid. attention ofPlanters.Jacksonville o.3
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    > lv published ani repriuteJ under seperate ti- | in taking tbeSamparillajand have been ttality.; ''tYJU" Saeupsrillia ntii1iy12Z.dic.3e

    \t 2'.W' -ties. It has, therefore, the advantage by thist Nor 6, 1846 tf : j ti| able to attend to my usual labors for the last : 1e.l t Q1.b t4'l\.

    j combination: uniting in one work the best teat Law Notice. .. four monthS nnd. hope by theblessings Of Goo! .one;tiiat tnjlccoul as' .ive hijebvu :,.14ztj:'
    t JLancl.for Sale.. f .
    j disb'elfeve
    | L f.- tures of both as heretofore issued.t o JACKSONVILLE, August 21, |S49. SALE between nine thon : andryour Sarsaparilla to continue my healtbv-p | !:)thVj J V al ]ftjcafl '
    and ten
    l ,' above works left the State for California MFOR the all.thal atniy Iitiise and a'eoulnfdEn.l1JltiLYoursr
    of or ull the It elped beyond expectajtionsof
    Four copies any HAVING of Land eituated in Naasiiu jtne
    transferred business to Col. ; .lff. specttuliye'l h It 4'i '
    of.thc're
    k CHARLES tQUlMBy/ b1ry
    'will bl se-ntto one adJr on p:1Y ment (- my my case.
    r : subscription for three-the fourth copy Samuel Spencer, who will, :n conjunction with County, partly near.Nassau and partly,near Stj i ', OrirfigeEssex'Co.N.Jr: Anfr'S;!S47. .u.t f iU' 5 t) i )YJIT fANriO"SER %Jov3es.t1 ,

    i* *: "*..* being gratis.nlar .',,. Ir. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to Grant.Uary's.Ri The e above, being is a portion heavily of timbtredpiff the, Water i)t r I Slate ofNen,Jersey, Essex County,I1.LLdb : I.() 'f'f- uO1AFkiir ._irI .,.j '' !

    j i : ., :: a close. : Quimby.being 1y :sworn according to law'on ... .
    TERMS. "'
    ; land situated i1'fltd..rifJ.
    L.:1.I1
    J The Militia claims in charge will be attended -. conveniently upon water course?! his oath that.the No5gn1ded or me.1!i U l n ,it c'\tr'
    my &uti, -toegothgstuteuent is' I
    Por any one of the four Reviews, $3,00pera'm to by myself in connection with Col., with the exception. LOt about five hundred ncr ;Wbieh b J1 rlynrtenbl9liT4ikd l Sft1a.iJg ;
    : true according js'. of his knowledge and
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    I of hammock land the St.Mary. ritJ
    do. o.UO-: heavy .upon
    -For-in.vtwol. Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Washington : b. Uet' CHASf QUlAlBI: | ectnipoiug1organs.cf .% I

    , t\ .: j ,For any three. do. ",00 ?JC ,and every effort made by us jointly to River; The whole or any portion will beaotdj. :Swdrnand subscribed to before me at Orange; digtionpstiai! pxtrf Af.f1'Sa1'

    -'. For all four of the Reviews, t,00 > prosecute them to successful. result. I have cheap for cash Apply to j !: the 2d'August 1847. CYRUS !'BALDWlflr fl1I.9fnlt.. It jvtitivey cuie& eul'' cise I!
    1 "' 3.00( I'mCKM: N.,.. 4; 'i1.of. I II u .r
    iFor r.h'-'f
    For.BlickwOOll's.hgazinc, due these dpepsia hw ersdeei
    'f no authority to collect the money on : Justiceofth'e Pece 1. c. i. i
    ! Blackwood; and three Reviews 9,00 claims, as 1 have always preferred to have what- Jacksonville, March 17 1849. tf '. : .. u} rl '1BAWDiJ' R*J 1hj lU h.tlMi 1 t f4' !
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    1 i \ For Black wood and four Reviews. 10.00u: ever money may be appropriated pUced in the New Books New 'Books U |. : :TW' I1j.E4WkJ3t:. !. t'Verfew'faiiiili -* I! 'o"tDB.T9W1'\SEIU Etr; 'Il'/LuT&'betD t'aIJdW:1j

    :- Payments to be made in oil cases ill advance,, hands of al local paymaster, such us the parties Received and for sale by the subsert-, snot 'nueeu-ui.'l lcf"we {htL"t .rq1e1c 1 ei t jtJ] 4MFinjn i;,it lUitJiJ

    t:*i.* t.I -* .* CLUBBING. t interested may select, after the act of their re JUST'r- S |45THE heardrof' one-it hat)used Dr.TownssnoVs form, attended:with sourness of ftcn'ccl, k ;,

    *#* Remittances and communications" should lief., GREGORY YALE; CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, h\ Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past of appetite* *itt ine heartburn, acd a tntf

    : be law ys'addressed.".),; -pud: or',' .franke.lj!. : to August 28, 1849. tf"III A Tale of the Pacific by J. Fennimore Cooper: summer, while, ;;those.thai didriot sickened and aversion to"all kinds 'of food, end for +Kb
    : : ?ba.J.; # DJ ; *t-l baye.bten.tma'blt f )'i\'it.k

    ,:, LEONARD SCOTT & CO., ,. Circuit Court Columbia CO"') OF GOMEZ..25 cents. i I elusive i evidence of its value, an'4"is'oniytanotber "but. .-a-small porticn
    .. 79. FULTON STEEST.NCW York Eastern Circuit, "Florida \} THE, FATAL ERROR, ,; instance'of its savlrig the lives'of children?f .usual\ -i"'drH. lt,b"'ih.l"'L'} Tr httleq. t!

    Entrance Gold st. *" ; By the Countess of Blessineton,-25 cents.! : D1. Towsb-DeavSfr::.ll bd'tirchIldren5 : elled iii rem01'IDJt ne 1ij''i 1ttJIiil11Jw1Ibout'O'm

    School Boosts.i ;:. In Clmnerr. THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, cured by you;Sarsapirilla'pf,the auttmer / ttb\tsm i t'.rr1 r xiif 1

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    Book Rirkham's Grainmir, ELBUT M. T. SMITH ) '. A Tale of the 'Meiican H'or,-25 cents. I'h complaint,and dysentery i' qnc b WI18 ;9 nIy 1.q ofiSiraaparillaj,-aridamiatsiy! 1 i't1e1IittT! l&-; '
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    . Bill for Divorce. THE'VIRGIN' OF THE SUN. montbs old and th9ther413,7ears, *. They were M3pce; ;: )iying ey J \\o "f ttifouncfiny "
    Bj.ke'Bhetori I ,
    EDA SMITH. ) A Romance of the last Revolution in Pent-2:cta fveTymuch'reducedjandVeexpected'iKeyjioui appetite t.offlf' h. 1 tlII'
    Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing;. l .' J : .. Ot' .-. Sent1r
    APPEARING to the satisfaction of the .
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    .CHARLES *: aici eaimcat1y n'
    DEWAAL. | they were giVeto bl HwBrrespeclHbl
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    II Scholars Companion, do Chemistry: IT Affidavit made in that } J"fSDOY\"U dfit4 ,
    I i Court, by this cause Jacksonville Sep. 1, 1849. .:tf f f' | physicians. \Vhen,the doctor.informed us Ihn n ibts "t lJiA' U
    ., AviraTs* First Lesson, do Zoology, Eda Smith, the Defendant, resides'out of the ..|. we must lose.,them-resolved to afflicted libare been> v t1dr &Nr
    4 4 do; School Arithdo TreasurypfKnowledge State of 'loridtaud in the State of Georgia. ksonville Female. Institute' I I try your b }t. 1V.lANU1i'DfJt
    t
    hadlieard
    Sarsaparilla we sp mpch'of, but had' r.t1r"umt
    ( metic do On motion complainants Solicitor, It is ordered, pliE Committee of Direction have adopted. littler confidence there be'g.sQ l f r2cBTsexsthat P.u !e one.buhuchQshaJ"
    do Algebra, Physiology, That the said Ed& Smith, do appear and answer .L the following regulation. 5vertIsed'thht 1+ iJ woriKlesFtur wV w'vlb' 'hid 'the'b&tle It e
    ,' ,. do Elem Geometry, Burritt's Geography filed in within | f i l
    the Bill Complaint this Court ih'w'P.rineij 1rrit 8ignnt h f8P. oi \
    t and Atlas The scholastic year is to consist of four terms thankf'ihae"e'did; Io'it nnk1oubt 4lg JJy 4
    :: Uucoln's Botany: four months, or the said Bill will be taken for weeks })1BCfJ26'Fu1fcii-ktJ; 'uD li iWf I Ili.Y.sJtectdirtg
    t & Hedges Logic of eleven each. &1 the lives'of both il write IhisltKatJ others'nia j. :
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    ; Mitchell Geography. confessed, provided a copy of this order be published 'Orth &'CO:8 ta't.S BOatOli1j 1)-i
    i : Little Speaker, graph /r dirig, writiag'aud'anthmetic be induced. ,to use it, .A Yours respectfullyi ) ;
    in the S '
    Atlas Eastern Circuitof
    in '
    WilUrd's U. some Newspaper per term, $4,00. The above with, English ..JOWJLSQNjr & 80 .l 0 ec n 1tt'l J' .deJJWtJ f .
    States t-
    i First Lessons 'Y.l. t'
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    p Parker's Florida week for the of four h' ,
    i t.. ., do School Philos- Chamber's Geology, once space grammar and Geography, per term$500., /The Myrtle-avenue. ,BroOklyn Sept:15,1647*, tJU7 Banc: ffigfi&WSHWVrJbW}... '
    months.
    .j S L 4. 1 Richmond I
    Parker's Rtiet Reader, above with the higher branches of.an; EnglisheducationembracingAlgebraGeometry.History : .4'1'Ifj, Sz"LCJ"D'l.E.fl t ] co en' dies CD. 1}
    : :: ophy" Tuo. DOUGLASS, ; :; .' Jone"tJtiJ1t1f'f &i .t 15l!('otMtl'N t onat na "toi4$

    ajItvaret7, .of French School..Books* Judge c. c.e.c: natural, mental and moral .Philosphy/ Botany; .James CutnmTngsj Esq. one otthe Assistants Pe -Albany;\& Vaa JJveilik;WJ faill..

    : *,v For sale. by $ Nov.20th 1849, ? I Chemistry,Geology t 1o.m ,-Rhet t.oricyLdgfctnnd in>helItonalic5XysunV.'Bfac1twen58lsIanii8tbfgentlema Market and ,li r1d..N il
    v: ,A. M. REED;,! 1 S. ScAttBORoycir Clerk otth'e Circuit Courtin stokenr of inlhe' I
    ; ; Evidences. of hr 8 lanltlLper.'term":s6ooEa foUowinfletie'r; prU1c.J_ rnggJatJ.,and 1f'" I
    ; : ., .0" : Jacksonville' Feb. 2, 185O., tt rJ nnd for said: County do hereby Certify that the 'quarter to be paid to Treasurer: in allTbescholars : "hi "hW tREUMATtSJfpitfryiq i thton'gl Qt the U t'eJ l 1 1resK} .

    ,;' ". -.' above is a.true copy of the original,order in the vance. "c .-. ,4 This. isonly pne f.mo e,t"aJtfp\thousan f the Ga itI s.JmDs-t A M -T"* t tM gtJi :' ,

    .A ..NOTICE.E VtL above stated case, ,as appears from the files of said will be uuder'J.careflJ1i, cases' 'rbeumatwm t that, Dj*. ToVnsend's,Bar* tuin;dtb'fCR: iif>iiiJaekSonV f m nJefit.t

    ., > ,.. ., .have appointed O.lIo1.KESonr (JenY Court.. ,: if i tion of an eiperienced/eraiile teacher. y aapanlla bas' curw The jniost'severe-Mid; 1J 2 ,, ists; .aut b"ttJJ.f:
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    ; T eral Agent and Attorney, to settle funy I. Witness my hand and the: j Provision, has,been 'made: for instruction. In cbrcnlppeases ;ee'kl11! raaicaied by:'fe&? .'j II I ) .'It: 1' .
    : otPa1mer&Fis. S f Seal of said: 'Court at they} tri\onlinferjDtirtueas itJ iiivpaoti; (itmt*& '
    all business in.the, name French and J '
    .. Aud Ln/m. ,Painting Drawing, aid Mu flAUDIfep "
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    i ,' : ''ro collect and receive all debts due the firm of S atcA. > Court House l at Alligitorf-- '& tforwhi ,additional charges"will,be madet 1b' ( ;J1A.A1f' 'Isut;Sept.l41844 irli \t' Jd t'R:10Jl -'

    f Palmer & Ferris by Bond Mortgage-Note in said County: this 5th j The;first term commences oa.tbejbtlibfOeto' } DJTo Jk"'i1i J Dea).,! 8ar1.. aeaff4.. il ibf1hbfg 1R iJ\ cl{ .
    .V 'also for Darius Ferris! deceased.. S day of Dec. 1849. :1' ter1biy. ( years witbji: rheuvatisxno t.. &W Ztut
    . otherwise :
    or qernext.: .n f. || h1'-pni1 rt affe.1 6-
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    I I f ',: .*Allpergons"having demands "against Pa.lmprfctferSiotCDarius : 6.SCAlt OROUlJ, Applications r. admissionareto Jbe made 1sideiabl 6fthetiiii iiI tonld' k't 8i eg. ling house, on ine-strett, for.tb* i

    f1 pt: Ferris deceUi' d, willpieL' | S Clerk; C. & he(Committee ofDirectlon., .or\'f ikIJ'had\t mostd1eteisWk iaiui f n .ion '9t1'n 11ent. ond MliW8 ''e.J "f
    'J T>'. to T. pHolraesfor,'payment4ud December 15tb 1843/ 4m t g.J1I I",! ,ternbl .awollen1ol ha."lU 4 .Jiornf "17'1i .' ... nl rw'
    : senttbe: same ., COX3UTT. : ,or DUtECtION..i! ; Ia eDto I "
    ; L r' &qpers3ns1udcbtet: PAlmer., "'' 1)eris or'''Da-. ; ".r 0 J. MDANIEIi: n I.M r ur.'bottlp.I< .t \ of vounRne/ =' !-ftd't bUup1\ ? ri8 l'lh.Jn! 1 41f4 lt

    ft.. .ji us.F.errl ,It q" '' 't.;o.c':.1\\,on., .'."A, 0,._HI'. :P1 es l Not rie. : | S 'U"" 'u.uuuDr.'H D. HOLLAND,, done.- me.moredmnone, dollars. I..t..1 l eWJbiJe'a ii'l1eetllfi *1 '
    j t. tA f'1I. ';' >Ub .ma..e" P1\yanent.. .. .. ., } .b ... h l 4jD'
    InvaUd
    '. .. 'fo"lett. ..emen' ..." t:. fi wishes to hire, by the yenr }' 'i" t S ; .n"L"nzt'.r't. fm11rene tbMiiihe11 tri..lrli
    1'.P'ER1t1 ,
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    BAltA1 THE'subsctiqer Y"f :At
    .Tsvzu. 'liberty tousi
    I" next three tour 5 5 t }Ht r cpi#QI!
    k I' 'rl'r'I": or ben" .
    "JI v r ;: a1 -S this for the ,'iiI tt&\f1Blfcted. : *"w rfv ****
    A\.WIXO Be.ISWART 7. ;
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    t I good men to work in his steaD isaw'1nilJ.1i cC" q I.Hfth. en \ ou l *
    4i ; Ii R f. (. negro 1 .,Y9$ i P9ctiuU1,1 \l\t wifg e fl
    iJAMESttTh1Mi.fi8
    D 'VIDL..1 ,
    I'i ,-. : ,this pliice, ,for.which,liberal wages for.the year, ':$;, ackaon7ille, JulyV7, 'a. 1),(1' $ i l' Id travellers from tae.epaattKTHUFELANDS
    . : ""J'oboD.rl'\i .a ;1tJ (1. : f. -.. I ..,QpTJy4, JlQ Th1 nlwifl bifiji ,
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    ,i/4 I !uJftf 5' a I1J'! ttntL! aol .pI .10flWD
    : rl Pl10t' SS S 1t, J', ... 'f'b..JAS. ,B.,COLE K. f MljV aq| best for
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    ; ... Garey8? i' .D. C FlaDeo4 1849.,. ; rpHE'BOOKS:of subscription to the ry remedy' female tRmpW' 't there ifj Jack80uy liJ1e ) !'
    , I' n',!4 M 'PT11A.V: ::1 ,11' )rJ'1 : Uj; capital. flt'dfIuthig l ; \\thb and vl:dffirii( .;t.ir.d '. H to ,r,t 194! ,
    t. JL atockof.the Allan tic and Gulf .
    and : r "I' / : Rail Koad
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    fqfConsumptiOflflcCIfleASthrnZ: I.. j. \ :\eb1ited
    ; : "" NOT'C'R. ..'" Ht Company will beopened in tb'e'CityJIt tj.Alu-; JemalthEprb' J omtsonnd Ethereal fijrf?
    : .J ,
    chest an4 Lungs, i !f b ho
    .u. ngS? ''AM-'ItEED. AfLLpewonsJndebted to;Palmer'& Ferriihy" .'gustineatthe'oce-AlMV***.*A. Fni"Vi frl, Es **.*.S ,tTat"' .;.!.l.Y A.1t1r le..l4U a, r d1 couzh ?

    ti1. ..: H. JJ3C iojc ;' 'are '1t.J1i.n o 19ck At OJ ; Jec were. soon l.1f. e ebJev .eJt.. .D. ro.e1Ia JOOI 'iiaaIl % VI n j'Feb.2,18O. )
    tt aa n1S50 cafc.-j? "' t.4tt i: "note 9f gng hereby notifiedthHtMr.lPVFjraser ; 414be t PPf. health' :l I.' JF.I. y,. 't"; h
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    : >mra ,t F'. t 1. 1'\1 !.r. -'" 4a .tho : AtVya;J ck8onfiHeis ; ot,, .p! ept i"T.s') udJtill;*"*.Vi4i4MUC4U]". ) '\ I: 1'f"...-h J"l'rl'. J" ",,' lit""" I WIi rtft

    d \t. .1 IIm lIW ji_. .ftothorizedbyU8 t ire eire. any, ,money oap':;, 'unLt)1tii,4.w1o1c\ .atocfeJaike' .( .!>j"(. t 1t b. .
    uu '' 'r.n5"; ff> -.o.\ Il %: "euw jfpft t'i FCamndai t"b'nwwi iiitt- 't' ""TOWrR C' 1'J':. [.if .
    d 'J1 t. ; Jpd lid WK& ;, > t el been sick iI. '
    '_ ."...J.l!. A'S.. D&rvE'n & rvnni i&&b1JackoSftfle7an. : r. ,..." 4to .t .:}-fl. ; r''D i' fi SAut25iB49 YITI U UEw. .. ;' 1{ : very- dubgreatl1ct1.tfe %
    MtJ.tILl.fJ i S of health,bonety and for sale odtW EPeb.

    \. ,.kt.cCtYr..j.Jf J Gl1TED 1.1 ThIS oyrics., ."t I Iv .. ;J'n ; foHn' :f, c.! 8.1 t.Z t D. .... .' ,-.. 11 ti .. :>; .$ ,!S t:1 .. ;;1 ..lL!.;tt ,. I complaints such females elng.UCed..b1f,1 are liaW|| 2,1850.r by ) It.I 4'1


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