The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: April 27, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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AIi ad ur Byreferring .5. .. : 'Y .SS His demeanor Senator isku wntousall1 the flame, and even. the'h u.ofhf,i' a .piriptpa&ri
eruOfl. wJeS a regular !is appreciated.. ve 1 ws.Jioman. aamorereipectable' uDsc th"et-'It'is no'part'of m "pU g of the resolutioM is as felicitous M:.
Olr germs.the requisite .urn may be aacertaluednd ", '.wAS9IN,April 1st,1850." to q h.r8:" Eio/>>---.CQn t* > -ucted""f-J ter into ji relation of the public (:*hf "t e1; ip .;

transmitted with the advertisement. Mr. CIATMr..,President, prom tedi,by.my with greater decoTumrand'no, man with greateVdignity. Jv pal 9 an-iV.t.hw already beep ; 1-, d,in our judgtment,they are M hoojegif -<
JertjsetneM1 marked with tbeTnurnber own feelings of profound respect I rise to second .,|I think there is.not one of jus thatf lt. by-'hls colleague* (Mr.-Boiler.) but i .to.ih Uturet whick paaed,themicatearidreapectftt :,*a'
aT required,will be continued until rorbid. 'the resolutions'which b"ve'j \been read, when Jie addressed us from his sekt'in:theSen* my jadgement, was unnecessary. \ : e, \towards JhQU i. -
I f insertions and to add to :.what has been so well and so just ate*with'a'form'still ere ,,withi\:a:, ice.by rnrf the F e1ebrated. .Thermopyl J 1 J! gentlemen;'who reprejfnted ia!tthsi'
and charged for. charged for all announce-' ly said'by,the surviving colleague of, the illustrions'deceaeecla means showing such a degree ofphysical weak iting the'spot, found a monument!.tra. the wmeignJy of the.noble *ud' jsttriot

aTFie dollars! will be few words. '. My personal ao- Dess as did in! fact possess him, with clear tones, pIe inscription ;f'Strdhgerigdtellin; 11I a_ Btate of_the'JNprthwest;; ,,: ; .J;<

ents candidates for,office. qut\intancwith: him commenced upwards of thirtyeight andi'impressive and;most"imposing manner that,ire died .in obedience to JO ltf' /t tg-to) tl1 "t1.t

One square for SIX Months, : f 'lo'CO .years ago. We entered atthebame. there,is:none of us,I think,who did not ima'gme. it;;we sked'tbiit'th; names of tho! : ; re the'people-(jf $&St tear T t
Debtors and Creditors, 1. : 700 'tIme and together the House of Representatives, that before a Senator of Rome here '
Notice to we saw us reV- are not inscribed on the extensioo.of SlaTeryv l ,,but:believe that
Application for Letters Administration. 5 00JJ at the other end ofthis building. The Congressof ved.. Sir, :I have not,'in public or private life; 'cause,was the proud reply, it:ig fmp *',in our 'national affairs haa'arrivedfwnicJ'A,
religious notices will be j inserted gratui-- which we thus became members was that a- jcnown a person more assiduous the dischargeof a Greek ulder forget." Thus/ ja& ex'presslon'df their! dectu ixnd
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mong:whose deliberations and acts was the de his appropriate duties. I have. known no is.of him pf.whom- I .jiiHis; I ; rinalteTable!,attachm'rat to, theTJfaiOD "
ousty. comraunicalions must be .addre'led. to claration of war against the most powerful nation man who wasted less of life in what is called'recreation en on,the .e "ts.Jt} his':.countrymen eir xeddetermlnatiot/firigplrit fm,- >

,L fly All GILUTT. postage J? W.I as it'respects us, in the world. During the or employed less.of life in any pursuits hanOt thijibrouhoittlii : to Ob\lt erate the rb i c aud miderationr::to 'guard!!>T-?
AUGUSTUS C. ;discussions'which arose in hot'connected with the immediate, : _
wil parliamentary preparation .dischargeot iroad land The 1 ; : a i ogain5ttlze:dangers -In:
jy All admissible pers communications i for that great event as well.as those his'dutv. Beseemed to have'no'recrelUioti miehtiest. river"'rolls,minirfinjrwith. : of many;threateninz its stpresen inte itv, ;i ld. _'-.; '"0 _
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*charged as advertisement which ok'pl.ace when the,resolution was final !n the pleasure of conversation;with biifriends.* forever. LlVlng"lD-an -age' o $i'--- ,-itfthe emergency/they: I
| --rj All bills for Job Printing,must be paid on the ly adopted, no member displayed a mort lively Out'of the Chambers of Congress he-was either all fpr.its intelligence, surrounded ? .! Congress'ought to wueye.be,left' mat fa*

Lie live ry of the work. and patriotic sensibility of.the.wrongs which, led devoting himself to the acquisition "of knowledge by men,any oneor'whom'would, as theirjudgementmaydict ,bia all cues*?
to that awful eveiitthan the deceased; whose I pertaining to', the immediajijes.:subject of anera' In'tb e world's hi tory,4: and II thtinay.tirise in any wayu'affectlng'"thcu: S
[ THOMAS ANDREU, death we all unite in deploring. \Exer active, the duty beiore him, or else he was indulging times in whi h.he lived with inim : : li t1 and peiinanencyof the' federal* cba-, ..
DRAPER AND TAILOR. ardent, able, no one was in advance of him in in those social inveni ws iu which he 'so much Calhoun yet attained an inteUe 'Therefore {- ( -.' "-' -.'

dttermined advocating the cause of'the country*, and in denouncing delighted., ., S .-st* ? notonly unsurpassed, but qu ll itresblved'by'the senateand house' : S
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THE JsUBCRIBER having Jack- the' injustice which compt"lletl'th.tt My honorable' friend from Kentucky has parts by,.jin,' his great ompeers.; S i 1 'of the State of.Michigan: That :in*
up his permanent residence fellow-citizen8 in I ct.uitry to.appeal arms. Of all the Congresses spoken, in just terms, of bis colloquial:talents,, Thatgreat light! is now 1 n of this i J legislature, 'the people, of ,
sonville, returns thanks to his I with which I have had acquaintance nee Tbey certainly were singular tlud eminent.- in this Senate nave been made"yacan I te TOOst'heartily 6f noble
has approve the ,
for the unexpected encourgement which, I my entry, into the service'of'the Federal Government There WitS a charm in his conversation, and he q
hitherto been bestowed upon him, and,exertion assures I in none, in my opinion, have. been, jigHCinbled lelighted especially in colloquial intercourse, the lightning wings to the lemote : !-States by those'distinguished: statesmen"
them that in future he will spare no .Be such a galaxy eminent and able men with young men. 1 suppose J lt.:ht'fe hus been Eepublie :'lid millions of fr n' refmenUng.thf TaHous.jBectious: and'dif.'
to merit a continuance oftheir patronage.established as were in those Congresses which dedal ed the no man; uiuotig us who h.iU more winning manners ning with,us over one who'was* ; feelings of our,common'countryrhaTe'tt)
lieving that his reputation has been well war, and which immediately followed the peace.In ,in their intercourse and conversation. with I than the angels. And now, Mr-i.P their efforts preserTe 'the 'Un .' '"onefi:
in St. Augustine and this place, as a superior that splendid assemblage the star which hud young men than Mr. Calhoun.: 1 believe, one inns: be permitted to express diviSi1) :" .'i *. j'l :; ''
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and maker begs represent f ?
cutter favor just set stood bright and brilliant. It was my great: source .of his influence wasf'hii cunvers at what we have this day;.heard and : be..it.t.lrth.er.t l. ha1ntheipf. .

to all who might he be is disposed able to to furnish happiness, during a great portion of the time, 'itioual talent. I believe' is to that;as:well as Kentucky has spoken, and : this legislature, it is the duty of our fcen4
him with their custom, to with him all questions oi' ;.u'u coubci of his high anJ'th who' is '
and finish concur upon great usnel'S integrity, one Dot ouly her'greatest St in Congressyand th 'are hereby S-
garments ofany kind of a cut in Savannah equalto national: policy. During the session'at which highest reverence for hIsJ talents' fjd'':ability the worlds greatest living";Orator; : "retain their places in our national req couttf

any that can be procured or the war was declared we were messmates, a* I .hat.hiiS! him so> enJe.iied an object to the people Expounder of the Constitution, [ whiclr they; have .heretoifoVeT'"filled '"iiitb!
Iharleston. were other distinguished members of Congress of the State to which he belongs. Mr. intellect seems to comprehend and signal prudenceand'diStinguished'aiili.'
Having tnken tho shop formerly' occupied with as from his own patriotic State. I WAS afforded by i'ruident.hia was the elevated character resulting to all things beneath the sun, hath hd there hereby left' free'*to aid by
he Post Office, he is now ready to execute be entrusted the intercourse .which resulted from that fiicr. from unspotted integti y..and unhupeach- the Commonwealth of i diotiny and ev' movement'whica;,

romptitude all orders that warranted may to fit. as well as from subsequent intimacy and inter- ed honor. If he had aspirations they were high ery quarter the ablest'and most i ( ment 'may decide to be',best.calcn--- -
o him. AU garments are THOMAS ANDREU. course which arose between us.an, opportunityto and honorable, and u ble. There was nothing land have uiingled:with the voice to promote the interests and glory of the'

10th 1849. 6m form an.estimate not merely of his puhli but grovelling, or low.; or meanly; selfish,:that came notes of the highest admiration. lf i Din, r the :tranquility( ,';integrity"
Jacksonville Nov. his private life; and no man'with.,whom I have near the bead or heart of Mr. Calhoun. Firmin ded galleries, and these .d stinguiSh permanency the.Union._. "-;

J7 McBOBEBT BAKER ever been acquainted exceeded him in habits of his purpose, perfectly patriotic and honest, men upon our floor,.all indicate! ,! $ : tl; That;the ijoyernbr be jrequested.to
temperance, in all the simplicity of social inter- as I am quite sure he was,in the principles that bards, artists, sages reverently iit er ifi d'c pieif'ot this! preamble and
.Inckaonrill E. F. course and in the tenderness aLd affection and he espoused and in the measures that: he defended each '
Alabama separating plea of sect, claim, resolutions to the'Vice President bf the '
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for respect, which he extended towards that lady aside from that large regard for 'that'species degreeall knowing him on whom na e4 ta and to each, ,o( .ourseuatoijn.: .
Georgia, S.uth Carolinsi, North Car who now mourns more than any other the event distinction that conducted Jiim to eminent or shed. ,' ," '' "* ,
which has happened.And stations for the benefit the public, I do The qnesti then being taken '* "i. "-'. *

olina Virginia, Maine, Pennsylvania, such, .\1r. President, was the high estimate not believe that he was imbued with selfish feel olutions they were adopted Q1\nim Sir'Jdhn Franklia. .*. .1 i<;:

Connecticut and Mississippi. which I formed of his transcendant talents, ing. However, sir, he may hate:differed ;froqi The Vice President appointed : 'Herivld publishes-a rads ;sfrord two:JJ .

Jan.l 1850. ly. that if at the end of his service in the Executive others of us,, in his political principles, those of l\1issisippi,-Atchison; Dodge, 'received by M r.;[Barclay, British Consal

-- Denartnent under the Administration of Ir.Mo"nroe principles. ana those opinions,will descend to Dickinson,and Green the, York: one from Dr;Kae, dated McKen':
II. D. KENDRICK he had been translated to the highest posterity under the sanction of a great name.- tend the tnnealrianjeiiints. River, thirty "'miles l Fprt'fiimpsoo: D
office of the Government, I should have felt perfectly He had lived long enough, he had..done enoughand then adjourned to meet to-morrow, )''264&49: ; :enc1oIndepatchea':lot. :Uxe,

ATTORNEYAND assured thatunder auspices, the honor done so well, so'successfully :hon rl1bly, to attend the funeral obsequies -r, l's care, from:.Sir, oha.BiOh rd n ..fO'
and prosperity,and the glory of our country as to connect himself for all time with 'therecords Similar proceedings were had in iiralty j thothIrfrdrnrJobn'Beflcd, ar

would have been safely placed. Sir, he has of his country. lie is now a historical! l and 'Messrs, Holine Winthrop Factor,'.llu4sou's vBay;C6nipanyr :dated .
Counsellor at aw.WILL No shall these halls witness from character. Those few of who' have known L ,,
more us '
gone. spoke. j 16 1850 the .
:.j ; :despateh7iaTing ,poet
seat the flashes of that keen and him here will find that he has left j
in the several Courts of the yonder penetrating upon us. upon "Fort Snelling;'31inesoti March1tb: ,'
Circuit and in the Counties of eye; no more shall we hear that torrentof our minds, and hearts an impression of his Letter from a Cold Di evidently brought on by the dog'train4; l

Hillsborough and Benton, of the Southern Circuit eloquent, concisel:'and compact logic from his. ;person, his character, his performances]. and We)have been fatored.with,tfie.19. ft in yeste4rday7al9erald., : *J' -.': ,: S .r

of Florida. lips. Those eyes andiheselipsre.elocd4or. while we'liye.will lever'be"obHter t .- *-W ate" letter for ,'t1b1icatl0 .Its ma, ccpy. ,>,9nr.- T1eUrq ._.. v... .
And when Mr. President will thl shall hereafter;I in it I ,
October 28th 1849.-nov.17. ever. great am sure,5ndulgo as a grate- be of service to those intending to Barclay: .' :.' -
Tampa Bay, created the event to which ful recollection that' have lived in this -< r. '- I
vacancy, by we are we day ; Dorado: q'"u 'McKBNz RIVER selit; 16 1849..1"1 .
alluding, when will it be filled by an equal amount that we have been his cotemporaries that we -
(: iiRLIes P. COOPER, ; HANGTOWN, DRV .DIGGINGS, lan Thirty miles I ,below Fort Simpson! '; f
of purity, of patriotism, and of devotionto have seen and heard him and known him. We &-It is the'desire. of .Slr.f.Ch Richardson
ATTORNEY what he considered to be the beat interests shall delight to speak of him to those who are DEAR.BaoTH.K&:-I have just, I commanded overland' ,
t.erec.e.nt.; .searching
his Sir this is not the after When the time shall gold hnu dog to write by Mn J,'
AND.Conn..ellorat country. proper occasion to come us. come tion, that enclose, jridresVihe
your : ;
Law. nor should I be the proper person, to attempt .* that we ourselves shall go, one after another, in to San since'we Francisco. L. and 1 have panYlngdesp1te with ah hunjble request.
a delineation of his character, or the succession, to our graves, we sh.ill carry with' day left home.: We I it. be forwarded,toJEnglandwithout look of
II VI\G resumed profession, will devotehimselfexclusirdy powers of his mind. I will only say, in few us a deep impression of his genius and character, tober 20th, and built a log house .. I may mention that'it, contains :ash rt

t o its practice,throughout words, that he possessed a lofty genius, that in his honor and integrity, his amiable. deportment sons. We brought up from San s > t of my"bummers:visit:to"the Arctic Sea,
| the Eastern Circuit of Florida. his powers generalization of those subjects of in private life, aud the purity of his exal- about$500 worth of flour and ] Copper Mine'rier, which, ha3'provd[ '

Jacksonville E.Fla., Nov. 10th, 1849. which his mind treated, I have seen him sur- ted patriotism. so that it costs, us only about $5 50, : unsuccessful,, the great,quantitiesoflc,
-" passed by no man, and the charms and captiva- Mr. Rusk said ; Mr.President, I hope it will But many about us pay $150 to : ng us from getting to Wallingtbn's Land
Hi> enr <; RR & BAKER, for food jost enough to live on. S
influence i ,1 have been be considered fur l' "
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ting of.hiscolloq powers inappropriate me say lsland., _. T'. .. .
I without. lotr house tent! and >
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ttoCiicgc flt ILftti, felt by all who. have ever witnessed them. I a word .upon this solemn occasion.. Being a ----- --g'I --- have',the honor to..be.&c-. : :
am his senior, Mr. President, in years and in native of the same State with the distinguished water-proof suit. Of course they : \i-i* *#' JHN"- BAE A.
JackMonville Fla. .
else. the of nator.whIJse death has caused such to the pitiless storm, and .must be. r .
nothing According to course nature a gloom Bi: M. Consul, New'rdrk : : : .
practice in the several Courts in the I ought to have preceded him. The divine .upon this,body, and audience here assembled, 1 ry likely die: I 1 letter; from ;8ir; John Be1Ienc1axtot1e:
1 out to and
WILL Circuit Florida ; in the U. Ruler of human events has determined other had the good fortune, at an early period of my ha.ve'gone washing ',Consul, also, co veering despatches for.tho
wise. feel that I shall but short time life. make his At that time he dIe, and find it pretty good.
S Uistr ct Court. Northern District of Florida; I linger a to acquaintance. @ty, .from :Lieu/"Pullen of tHlU.Vbrig:
theSapreiue Court at Tallahassee; and prosecute and that I shall soon follow him.. And how .was just entering on that bright career (C.and myself) averaged one week" ( ) ,and.lr. RaeV both,',att ched to different
how is the of which is terminated. I then but S51-next week 'we str ck a <
claims before' Congress and the Departments rapidly passing period existence now was a chesof'the 'Arctic' eipeclitiou, "conclude? S
Government at Vashingtou. allowed even to'the youngest among us.sir boy, with prospects anything but flattering to meAt out S993 each. To-day we got $ i request.for their;transmission the follow* S

OS. lcHonEIlT BAKER. S. SPENCEB. ought we not al) be profited by the contemplation that perIod I:was in debt for words ot kind- we shall .average $30 net per day, anguage., ; ;,, _"; : ; '' ,., ,
We have last y -
Jan G,'49. ly of this event? Ought we not to draw ness and encouragement ;and often since,in the !. provisions to ;us_, j regret exceedingly .to'informyo ,that; ;al.
from it the conclusion how unwise it is to indulge most critical positions in which r have been son-say April. From theNohi'ern'coostbtAineri. a: hag thij
in the debate? How unwiseit to those words 'rains every other day; and'then -
PIIILIF FRAME, .usp ity placed,;ta recurrence of encouragement ,been explored by Commodore Moore "of .
is to yield. ourselves to the animosities. !has inspired me with resolution to hard Jn the so-called 'iDry: brig Plover, from Behrin. Straits; ''Wen '
A'lr'JrQI Nmy party feeling; how wrong is it to indulge in meet; difficulties'that beset my path'Four years You. would be surprised to 'Inlet ; by Lieutenant'Pulle 'from:ikeztoe
AND those unhappy and hot strifes into which we ago I ba the pleasure renewing that acquaintance and morals here : Some work th J.1e-mouthofthe McKenzfe imne3jyetneite: *>

ounntILot: atJACKSONVILLE iLa\D, are too often led in the discharge of the high after an absence of fifteen years, and this to death for a week,and then ulay ; of,these haa seen or ,heard anything
duties which we are call d upon to perform t t- took place after he:'had taken an active part ,. ,for food and drink: all.they have e John'Franklin orpartyI' \'Bincerely trnit
'LA In conclusion. Mr. President. I desire to express the question annexing Texas to the United drunks they''caz:*find liquor some of the partiesattemptrngto'penitiste

WILL attend to'any professional business the most cordial sympathy,'and ..sentiments of States, adding a new 'sense obligations to my i life will kill thousands next spring Arctic. Ocean irom the eastward have. beta
to him in the Courts of the the deepest condolence for those who stand in feeliug gratitude. In>the stirring 'questions I Tell Cousins" and C. to buy &successful. ! Cistern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts atliulahassee. the nearest relations to him I trust that we that have been agitated was my misfortune I mocks;two pair ofgoOd colored : 'Wthmrichrespt t": .

He has, also such an advantageous shall all profit by the, singular merits of his sometimes to differ.from him, but, it is a matterof 'water-proof.8uif'(hat.'tQ boots) i !" I am yourobedient i; 'ti. -
connection with an able Lawyer at Washington character, and learn, relying upon bur own heartfelt gratification for me to know that our i bag. Take no,7rajAe .-rthey'll J: JOHNBELLENBARj:''''; "

; City, as will ensure a prompt and speedy judgments and the. dictates of oun own conscience personal relations remained unaltered. ,And sir, a w.ay'on" the.Isthmus,or'pile, b ':: 'Chief Factor
collection of such claims as may be placed' to discharge our,duties as he did, according it will be a source of pleasant though sad reflec- Francisco>City. Fire arms are he;above letter isdated* Hon Hudson's Bay
:'n, his ban: ,is against the United States. to his b.st conception of them, faithfully tion to me throughout life'to, remember that-'in old iron' '-they' can get them'. for 2 ; ,fort George,Red River:'S nfnt." S

ept. St.b, 11S49. ly and to the.last.. > the last day in which, he.occupied his: 'seat.iu. their cost in New York.: Do', the Fort. anelBngiMenesotA. port'' mark

Mr. WEBSTER. I hope the Senate will indulgeme this chamber, his body worn down, by disease,. of Chagres river, nor work hard ::16. The letter published in'yesterday% .
CHARLES D E \V A A L in addressing to it K very few-words. My but hi*'mind vigorous 'i s ver, vwe: '.:held'a. ride on a mule-take a. few' ..tr 1al was dated at SL Paul Min sota 12th ult,

ACTC jrioNEttit. apology for this presumption as the ',very-long! somewhat,extend ed,conversation on the exciting .&c.rii d'bisurO and have $200' is as follows i'-% ', : \1'r *
JACKSONVILLE, E. F. :acquaintance which has subsisted between'Mr. I topics of the day, in which the same kind :feel-' they.land in'San Francisco' .' : : dog train arrived here yesterday from some
13 SALES in*ny part of the County. attended 1 Calhoun ,and inyself; : We' are'bf the same age. I ings'which had so strongly impressed me in I i, We pitched our, tent on,the above' Lake'Supenor, ,bringing'"neWa
wand respectully solicited. I made my first entrance in the (House ot Representatives youth, were still manifested.to wards me by:the' 1 for''pr vi8ionl5 abgut fifty cents : ) .ah American vessel had be seen'' by some

Jacksonville, Hay 6, 1 84SAGENk in May. 1813. 1,there found Mr. veteran states an.But. he'is gone from amongst costs others' ,in hotels from '$ and had?sent-\letters1, saying i that tslr '
.* -- Calhoun, :who hud already been'an< efficient us;: His toice will ver'again be head i in1 the' : there J7 days, and" then g ; .: wagfound.The pariicuUr I

uieuiber of.thul.body: ;t'QTJwp or.ihreeyears. : (1: chamber.': ,,His,.active.:and/vigorous'mind will OregoiiTsteainerr; !Drink coffee I leirn;,: -H weT erthey say be is safe.'i-(
OF 'roiud1lin'hen un active and efficient member: participate no more inpur cou, slJls. His spiftfbut Isthmus, instead of orandy, ::f or ; ; : : ', I' '-S ,;. T.' _'f' "- :$ .
of ihe'As.'femtilt 00' which,he belonged l ;Viikiug'a: *l left a world"of trouble"care'anxiety,1! [ ;cannot ,endures* tenth L the. pi Y : --.' ; 4 SS
D1{. s. s. rrrcii'sCELBJllATBD : climate? "Let7 theiFpack O (h'LAND?niLaiTiiz9rL-Tbo BaRun&t
decided part'aud exercising t decided influencein join'jh> spirits of those patriotg'uud,.,statesmen'wuo ; or pa
JI E'DICl i1:. all hir tl b ".LtiQn& From that d.iy.t th', have1sreceddbim: ze ajbrighterand better '125p&i ds.". Plenty of : ican:states that;:the:.philanthropy\ : !which!

Used by him with distinguished_ success In the and -politics.. _.,...there-, ,-'has!" ubsiatedbetween._- ,us'atInterruption -: hOfe ruround'the places:: they have. left, .." '.0'_ ',. '.-", ..- ,- ;,,", es beldltfslavery,_ ;ha5so'w. .,. _-.. .,subside4....... '),.h.U." S
cure of f.way ,u without u great degree 1 earnestly pray that,hisnypozi'be permitted <" The Pth"Me Present' ; af.jftlit"- : y ofthoseWIiOWereqncO::1oudtth4 their ,.
[Coughs, Consumption, ,Catarrh, of personal: kindness!' 'Differing" wiJely"ori w *-;:; WlwlTbacVulu'uur{ c&dutry- which h '\hliS left; Liverpool !Albion'gtaiices on the : un iii ns" f Am. ici1rorxet.aiQlu' zn. -
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JAsihma, Heart Diseases, ,Dyspepsia ny.great questionstconnecied;with, the ilUJttl.tJO -, iit.excitements i1fu!!>icui and apprehension'restored prospection fur ;1850.and. gives J : sJld ; S
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<-V j* -J : noWgladryiee our slkyeo"old.'i J -'
[ Gonorrhoea Piles Female 1I un'd good of tbecoiitry,"whose diffeebcesneerinterruj4cd3mrrsoul to-aluanessj f erenity;audj'raternal J frel-; ..cowpreheUluveVleWW : .. 5 "
{ Uatl sociarentercourse -1tL ] ings us bi-o'ad 'uaTihe1 bondsof'ouUniot'r&t ::; '.\ 1 't'I Y-h pp -' r ; gt,' ,ppuIationlthc.
1 fdcwasedS ., ..
&c. &c.; have been at most of the tlistiuguUhed .fixed iii the etenmli of J.ustioeiriwhich 1 >' -rf .
Complaints, \. I \ ; present ; "i' i principles ; '* rope; fo9it.f ball.I. I gG d : 'b 'English pbilauthrppists.adds'the Am r- I
instances 'of'th exhibition of.histtlqUt1 Jovernmentjias its foundation. '
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[Dr. S, S. Fich'a.upporzershbuld&.t : In lI b ,,t': baTe of Al WliY 'b ; l iii 2 ;ij.'t b ad1f: 't1onoibilig % ;t 1d 1 .'venture,to i'guif ss?:, FraneeJs. jj','.i. **'*'1io'r' %. AV*AMI1.,:-anhq:r k ftfk >% keyhaie .

Bracts, Inhaling Tubes, and. "L c.' ;\ with pt ur ,. u'"il h'muchi i ustrucLio r IoIj" tO what,t has.f.I been sard'of! j thel!llustrioua .q! j-PI.DY'is utisettied: ,and in a' ; upoutbe'Thiited leorped'from 8tatehat the.acampIflL' axtiOlesnd of Jamaloa .
untiequently wjhthehigheSUegreeif u'dmii>l lati6n'Mri luau.w hoselosswisal I\ so.deepWdeplore, butsU, cence from one xtremitytOthe
tUTU, on: Consumpon.and.tluart : Calhw "aarcilculutea i iobeTt'le, *.; lencej;'oo'unloccybion-.!'this v'wduld "by5 'ho 'grodnin'g-: .:.li eXfre. e."t:iHunga iigiiaborWJl1' l'.noyprodu
f'preerv1.ng."Lif and" ;der,ihwh; tflf ersassoci; ti ir10t:politic! ::fri bdlS; means* meet the' xpectationajof'those. ; ,.whoserewesmtjitive..am. down,but neither conquere t\nor .TeryVabuhdantlyj\ { nlessitfw* '"' un*""" '. ,;
Health to- 'q&e; 1 h"e was thro we. He was, a man -undoubted: .' To borp !ufigurerony I blood murdered patriots and ; control masterSr : ".
'geni saudOf comman'diri! 'lalenUT 'AirtHel.country \ I the tJcnatoV'frbnf Kentucky ih brightest %twof "'to'bbetween avenged. 'There,is an'Bit Itmayb ppen, utho, couseof' t1u3ethe, A:1.'.

:8rc., ic.; :admit that his.mind was:perceptive and! the,:brilliant galaxy l rfAhe':;Union1; has gone'outjjari'l ?russia ad A tJ ,t1 : Justly oiseirve. that' some'e of.our Apier.. ',S .
I have been appointed : 'for the, sale of. Rigorous j jtjjfaa clear, quick, and,strong... -8Ir,'! : 'Alabama claims! i a. place#among thV.chief'mourners'oVer I otlhe eoarine l ouseolBrao lph.' nlbjbpists. .. .l ., engagedr;;ri ,!_thf| .. -S 5;. ,
I the above Goods and will keep them constant. 'the'eloqoenctT of Mr;.Calhoun,"'or't hfoiannexfof, '' \h'e vent .'pftenMiffertng witb] 'I 1.u.*>'c1"1."aa ft n*7' -i*,,of f"*the i'i' dotage** \1rea, theT'-*.*Nortb*" ;,.willtfdl <**! ye3e/t' tw J' S : .
vantage : /<
ly on hand store 'in the Town of BtQtimenta Stifutiottfhi produces the raw3/materitl ,. :
[ at' tny Drug ." .. his.eihibition3of.hi3 i 1.npubliob d. .the grat-SouthernStatc ancupoh'que8tipn3bf.publi Jl PSbJ1rg RQ8 OP,JS} ldiu 1 '
Tampa Tampa Bay.'Fla' ; ies of his intellectual character. she: ba--- tal"-:ys' --or' Tdnwbich. their,business/.depends u.entitled :.
? ;was part :'tt! ..policy. ounce nm'TUiij. it may b" -" 'Jirf ;
Dr. TJ. Pi ROGERS., :! :. grew out oft qualities his finind, ? 'Wwaeitinia : 'dedd' ehomage t'&M'genttL ,and ti11' .nLo rc.: dt "A aver tJ-f iottfached the endW the"1. : ) : $ onsideration 1. "' :*, 'attheir.t. ',<-ji j&nds. ,fj. n&vit rut* ...-,<,."S. ,
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n- Dr.Fitch'a "Guw BOOK, TO :INVALIDS,' P !t PI'1t, _con e $1Op e.: lle 1 : .:lameless 1 'inir&tyoI lite_ _l i.i! :bd uUi betwgen, ;theonedwalk { \ wpu .U\t er.\r'WlemQ"teaaC' tbma.actre44vhntbft J\.. .. ;;.:: ;: ., : .
[and DirectiQns'for",promoting Health,_ and'Into Surpass still aIways r!Jectlng rna.; to the highest and noblest epitaph trhich cdn1.be.? ..u wder.r 'A' : ,;,> -.: t5'r."p.. ", ."yc..,:- '.'
8tOna' llothersVin... : .the Manflgenent.tofn ment-not. of'ten seeking far;for fllaatratIonshis.; f ,; rk Hb d u' ih' oJMjJ oD b' ;Vo tti r .t cause.p'' "fai-: si U !d e-' "S .S..Jo \! 54 fJ4 "J W 1".5I15t42O-ti'i# .'. .'6i',.). q" tt ,'. ,;..t.d l' ," ;r.. .

: n:may be hii ; cratuitbusly! :: ppjrer.conSisted in.th felMtousiiees t f his.expre&ioni' :::1 forty y'e rszn.acuesparUciant.in (allt>'b I flyig.in. : aU dkectitn! t, i1tI: *i. } "' fl'_ i : i'Jr i. .tJ -' .tffif'L. .L:,-::,
lug for it atthe Etbfe AS aboi An tJai.e1Y1vAluble ] : In the'bibsenese.of, his logic ; and inth'e : fierce struggles of p*? 1,qncbmpassed)through j : "to 'T .art..' .c.l"'w. -;lluNP,1- ., : .. ">=,,,""'<}''. '. :
[ Bobt-: p""" ". 4V,: ,;;. >:earnestness<*nd'energy of hls"mannet.: l i taut. I thatl. ngp4id Tjy the cdrrupUnginfluen.ces ; ,I I.TYoursrn biyryba: cr ?if. itb e rt'f'r i ctiD lt6zfdiftb 04a' bmi1s.t f thE 0a6iV": t '.' .' ..,'" .;' "3.'i: .1',

Tampa, August 25, 1849. ly l .These arc qualitic8as I think,that have enabled- to which the politician is so often subjected,, to the oyster. S S "

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:r* Ooe. Me;; ,flIhLBtI.: "lI":,. .. rrera. :,... .Calif ot-.,k(4.orniou' TTiTfsrwsi": j">i: i'.''s"'i'w.e".. ,1 foresee".$ ." an'{attack -f.-.upon- .i cbmmcra. :inieresti- :Tr:This, fsonepf; .-the Iy'and'tn4Jll5bt: itje ipp ..
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<._? tbiIvi1tbI f.f ;$erokeeitKewt6rk) ; ;1<, < ., "- I 'our' '.,i institutions* ( -' 'which will ioevitaMy i :, ;;most. obvious i 7igktsof. 'all Southern, be: would'!not be" in favor' 'of the' ''' ,
df whih1e1egriph infortnation;reached 'this ;: <' :, .**> :& -.v>*,i"v? vV" ':i5&iSt; i-; "* !T P ***fc'"Sf' ?" "*- -
city on Saturday i SflnTranciscb. 'dates to!the Istr ruinous- *- r- i.tO'OU1< ': rights, -; and JK propertyanI.whicbyi4 < ) ; .tl i:Stateandjhe i -( .' Gov&rnor i he'had- conUnueliiate1earchesan -. .lion.i lhhyverenl; Bhou I ttbi"j''',
: ; i. ; ) :of the l 'constitution ;: .the,Constitution ..
:t ; March Veen receiTed.S; The' which infringement : : : Proviso pasA- shpult, the! : :
\% i was brought'W Panama by the: Orgon(.Isp?the I i is a.virtual dissolution ofthtU-, ; ,would have-'ro n'a'noibe: clause;to the ---f 1 most encouraging chanicter;;;' 'showing thaf the '-' ', -- -- -,.", ... .-- .wrong;be perpetrated ,on. \ihe "
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'. b prosperity'of: : land of Gold knows no. aba'te-, > iorive1lve. : certainly'the) right; to' ar. purport :that;lit ,powers,notfgrariteiifanit ; t ( huttinut; her citizens.with: b"' '
AVehave JACKSONVILLE, ,, APRIL0:; 1850. I '
men room foronly few eEtrnctL'I '
gree.'upon and declare: what measures : 'to Congress 'are'secured to. the States. soif which!
''Ueh;. Conde.. the 'Mexican boundary comrnisrionerand -' : -_ ?, peTty.from tne herb1:
; suittywere; 'passengersih.the.Oregon. {nJ--: A \telegraphic) .despatch, iitieSavannah we shall' :adopt,for'our. protection() ,, :and : o:: 'prohibition>'of the: right, 'of two'orrnOe treasure. ,equally;:aided! ;o.briQgtd":
'' I city troth Mexico.'$'an Diego." to The Ban commissioners Bla; n thefrwy'have to concluded the .Georgian i ,; :<'ii 'Monday. ::1 la t, 'either. "avert. 'the alt ack':or' :provide for its, {iSiate;to. meet i in 'Convention" Union, would,the Governor I then r. ''."

1.. I "their labors on the Pacific,side.,'and ad-, announces_ '- ;.tho" .f death' "'"of. :Mr., CAMPBELL. "-.I cnnsequence' -,, '. \*. found:'i in: .thafir rQ'menTl'he':Cone No.; .What 'would lie .do t: Ob "

r journfd meet Dgaln'In Non ib r.'at Paso.del Clerk 'of; theHouse"; .Representatsyes. In'the'.Brown-letter! << ,No 2 dat worthy stitation; ; could have) )been) adopted '
Norte.. Co].'Miller: had trans i'erred the'.business j ; \ :i -never.' ,- '."-. his,peroration;'wiiha l 'long.stringefitnry
of the commwsldn'to and left for Governor draws: l ,between theNahviIleConvention with'suck reYtricUohln j h. The States -.
1 \ San Francisco. Major. Emory, '.. U. S.:SENATp'ajN' ,'SOUTH CAROLINA.-*,. an analogy< : ft i figures"aucb'J's frenchE '.hr ;
One of the passengers'by tJ Oregon Ii with We'.learn from; ,the l :.Charleston' papers >-* "! r:and: "' trie"'twhich ':Congress.' never;did'.consent. ,and never could have defences, bruit;.force f,. 4C.: ,:&ifl lead&

t I real..a1ue.him a lump two of gold thousand weighing fourteen hundred pounds and:;.:- that Governor_ Seabrnok. ; has tendered. declared our Independence.' We consented 'to: 'atrip themselves' of the on to.belief that at last. he.willIbrj,
seven '
..t eightyighdo11a-but: 'four.thousand'dollars: the!: oppoimment i /Unitud'States-- --.J' ", Senator are,willing_ to'assent<< :to 'his' deductions right'to.commune, with:each.other and his forlorn-hopo and do some des '. ,

I fans been offered for it. Heint exhibiting .to .Hon. F. H.. Elmore and he has ifbe; will only confine himself ;to'facts. devise:a'joint action on(a'matter'of such deed. He draws you on to r .
it iii the United States. The fortunate finder ....
: of this lump had toiled without success for sev'i1 .. We; presume;that this 'appointment Vaccepted. He says- "The Congress of the" Gplo- vjtal, l -interest. .-" to..'one. section. ..of the, ..,Union. ,, that though he would sofier:tii .

:; eral months rewarded, when for he his was exertions.thus suddenly, and will give general satisfac nies wa not a body designed for moral as. 'the. present' attempt." .of. ,the North. to be "battered down about. his \

: ; amply effect upon Great Britain i i nor. were' the cIt off the South. from;the equal, enjoyment would .
U. I' The 'quantity of gold dust in possession of tion. at least, make, a J bolt>> stao4
"f the'miners is.-very large and they wer&taking war of the Revolution and the Declaration 'of-their common property. Read
the ch Jel. ,
I : advantage of the.JmproTpment in the weather Probability of aCQmpromise.Ai'eegrnphicdespntcb' .. 'I : ..th.e"cintiQsioi:
i ;. to bring it down to San Francisco; and the succeeding ) from Washington Independence based on .aniici i* ,Apprehension is .expressed by .the': wo find there is m fight in the Q .
'steamefs, it is supposed,'will each carry pated grievances. "Our worthy Executive i! :
., i the'New York Governor that the Convention will be nor at all., What Iff'--endor f '
to of the ,
away larger: amount than have heretofore Express 0"- /
'r t be shipped by any one steamer.:' 7th inst .says that Mr. Clay, Gen. Cass, betrays a most lamentable knowledge .. composed of the "restless politicianand rhetorical flourishes, tYhr, pnr.."t

,l J. It was.quite healthy: atSan, Francisco and l history. Even inPeter Parley the 'forward demagogue, of u wild, gallon i i.< told that after the Const! .
Mr. Dickinson
and Webster
I. Sacramento City, and as the] mud,was dryingup < probably .
believe he will find tbat'tw'o Con : .
4 we .
business was assumingaTeryaCtiveappetLronce. will support Mr. Footes plan of a visionary or reckless men.1 The con is beaten down and the South it ::
Money still remains scarce; loans were ventions of delegates from the different elusion draw irom this i if that vedof '
committee we must her equal, eights ,in C nj
of thirteen to which the :
c made at from 10 to 15 per cent per month. Lum- I
ber of all kinds! was arriving in large quantities, California bill and the Territorial bills colonies met before any overt act had his Excellency has little'faith] in the intelligence they may,come borne bringing: ati;,

and prices bad materially declined ,in conse- been committed ? They met to avert '
of the
or honesty people ward a quiet cnnsciencp'aridthe4!RI1
quence. Good lumber could be purchased at will be submitted. It is believed that .

$85 per 1000 feet, and forced,sales were made, 'this' committee will report in favor of aggression if possible. Such is the object Does he believe they have no more less. .vandals".. 'wh> have:battered. .. ..;,

at-, 8t.i11lower rates. of the Convention at Nashville. knowledge of the magnitude'of the absorbing the Constitution have, -for -
CaHrornia'with may t
admitting her
Since the floods have retired,business has re- present
turned, and in Sacramento city town lots, which boundaries and constitution, and also in questions at issue between the pains.the remorse of having; desttS, "

j during the freshet maintained.unabated prices, favor of Territorial [FOR THE PEW0.' ] North and the ,South, or that they do "this' beautiful form of govern !!
in value. The
are every day increasing public- governments
I spirited citizens of that municipality have taken for New Mexico, and Utah without Gov. Brown's- Letter. not better understand and appreciate "the .dmiration i" "the'pride," &e4E

.I measures against disasters similar to the oc KEY WEST March 25th 1850. the prominent men in their midst than In othpr words, he tells our member '
f currence of late, and it is believed no difficulty the Proviso, and setting the boundsof *

will be experienced in raising the necessary Texas by. .paving. ... her a pecuniary. .. MR.\ EDITOR :-The last mail broughtus to send to the convention any but the Congress shouM) ) not take ground!

<' sum bank., for The constructing estimate cost levees of the'work aiong the is rivers nearly' compensation. It is believed thai this the letter of Gov. Brown in reply to wise, the experienced, and the tried *- defence of a clear constitutional,

:, a million of dollars. The authorities have or- plan of settling the difficulty will receive our members of Congress, on the sub- Does he believe they are so corrupt as ground upon which we will stand

i I j dered the lands on the river cleared for the of the to dispatch such a mission "the wild! fall! should
.] purpose. the support of a majority in both ject proposed Nashville Conven- on we nut meet and present

f I ;;''I J The "Squatter disturbance" hag: not yet sub- i houses, and that it will he adopted.! Mr. tion. The perusal of it gave me pain.. the visionary,or the reckless." Would united and determined front, but w

;r \ sided definite, the and whole distant difficulty from adjustment remaining us when as in-it Benton and Truman Smith, are in favor i It is disapproved of here generally, and they in their selection of delegates! pass till these vandals have, destroyed .:

I t commenced. The squatters claim right to thet forcing the Admission of California must, .meet throughout the State with by men who, by their bearing, their sa government and broken up the Unfcb

t\: unoccupied survey or Lands otherwise.; whether The included anti-squatter in the par-city without any Compromise. censure and rebuke from every man of r gacity, and their virtue, have filled the then d'it. will be time C for, them_ r. .to .cosi. *2

;: ty is the more numerous, and wields a greater Southern feeling. No one having due highest offices in the State, and authorize home-and C"f the people to set about' doa.

> influence Men of energy and stamina swell its The Ocala Convention regard for the honor or interest of his I the demagogue of an hour to speak something. ,1 doubt! not this' lei s
,: I ranks,in whose hands the true interests of. the Will beheld on Thursday', next the '
place: are safe. State, can be satisfied with the reasons, and act for them 1Ve 1 might point to of the Governor will be disapproved! !

The Sacramentoites have petitioned the Leg- 25th inst., and we are pleased to per- or more properly, 'excuses given by the delegates that have already been chosen by a vast majority of the people
i lature for a city charter, which was signed by ceive indication that it will be
It over 2000 of the first citizens, but was vetoed every Governor, in refusing to co-operate with L in some States to this Convention, Florida. They will not fold their are

)i by Gov Burnett, on the ground of unconstitutional numerously attended. In fact, the few the General Assembly, our delegationin as men to whom questions of greatest and suffer passively aggressions fra
All the other towns of the Sacramento who entertained the sentiments advan-
and tributaries are .thriving.: Communication Congress, and, in short, all the Southin L moment might be submitted, but we the North while the other South

k has opened with all parts of the Placer ced by Gov. BROWN, are dropping oft bringing together this Convention.. need not go out of our own State for examples States,arepreparing for the.conflict-
from the aove points, and the three regular from their leader becoming .
steamboats are' on each of their'trips, crowded. woithy every day, Let us look at some of these excuses of fit men. Does the Governor Some of,them .have, chosen and olh
convinced that the
.wittrpassengers for the gold diggings; proposition The first is that he is not empowered believe that the people of Florida] would are choosing their delegates; will Rr.
;. The disturbance between the Americans and for Southern Convention is the onlyone
: Chilians, which'created apprehensions for the a by the constitution or laws to cause select the viojent) the inconsiderate, ndI I I ida stay behind 1 I believe she i!

t longer safety of the latter. numerous class of which can preserve the integrity of the appointment or election or delegates the unprincipled<< 'in preference to those<< i not. She is ready a* any of sLew
\ # miners, had been adjusted,.and good will, if not! the Union.. : .:
.1 1 mutual harmony, restored. During the winter to this Convention. Every intel who havo been honored with their highest take the bull by the'horns and to _rttf, .

JL'' -. new.diggings have been discovered in various But a few of- the Southern Whig ligent man in the State knows the same offices ? Would ''they disregardsuch inch by inch the unhallowed atte, ." l
1 sections of tjie mining region. still futile -
\ : Provisions have been freely sent into the heart presses keep up a opposition thing. Who ever contended that 'the men as Wm. ,D. Moseley, .R. K. to deprive her of constitutional trM

I of U e mines. to a measure which they know will be constitution or laws of any State enjoins; Call, Thos. Baltzell, W. H. Brocket Already has the impression gone abroaf.
:; The Legislatures of our new States are toiling carried through and they cannot .
; ; with but indifferent 8u c2S8.t pre- the appointment or election of delegates brough, Jackson, Morton. and many' and is expressed: in Northern papen

| 'j ''Resignations been frequent: Greatune&siness vent. Doubtless their instructions from by enacting a low for the purpose 1-.. others who have received and merited I that this letter S an index to the pubi
r $ exists account ofthe dull financial and feel
Washington are.explicit they
! f 3 prospects of the State Government. .An, ,,8Ct AH know that the course or"t'le) Legislatures their highest confidence. This distrust opinion of the 'State, By the elects

|1 $ creating a temporary loan of'$150,000> passed considerably. more anxiety as to the in this matter is to pass resolutions of the people who have elevated .)f delegates the Convention 'she"fi
l 'q, ntfer much debate. An active exertion is being probable trouble \vhich may be given to ..
< $1 made to secure the removal of the capitol similar to multitudes that have! him to the first ,office in their gift, this -oon show; thai his. imprrssion H! wrpti:,
administration than the
i 9 from San Jose. the present to been passed recommending certain subjects want of confidence in their integrity she will place' rightly before b
i r Gov. Burnett transmitted a message to the maintenance of Southern rights. In
Legislature,on the 2J of February relative to a .' to the attention and action of and intelligence, I regird as'an insultto Southern sisters, :ndf tell them, sheiiready 1
t iO'wn State ther is additional
: proposition from the state ofDeseret; asking fort our probably the people, but which have not and I ,the State at large as well as to all to stand or to'fair with themTROUF.,-':
the call of a new convention to be composed of motive, und we have good rea- '
ii delegates from all California} on both sides of cannot have the binding effect of alaw., the Southern States ,Are we deteriorated .. I:
to believe that .if we _
the Mountains, with a view of framing for the son : I "1
Can the Governor be serious in the so much from the wisdom and
po patriotism .
I present one state, to cover the whole territory may so term it, originates in the intri- Tennessee for the tonvenn4
p. acquired from Mexico, and at the sanw time of a clique of Whig politicians at sition that he cannot give hs aid to_carry of our.fathers. :that we are Incapable .We take the following Etr-.u.ts.from., ., ,th6fj

I ;;1 p\ agreeing upon certain boundary lines, which gues out the resolutions of the General 1 of holding convention 1 Have Nashville Union::
shall ultimately separate California from DetTftt :>- Tallahassee, who desire to head offMr.
*. Assembly without a law"passed for the we retrbgaded so far that in t'lt'ctingcounsellors 'The democratic party Tennessee is "Umimonsly
CABELL iu ambitious design he .* in favor of the
$ { : Southern
any may V
Gov. Burnett, is of the opinion that the pro- 1 Does he that in 1 to debate'and demise the
purpose Suppose as on is baking meaus t<, Le fully ioit-
the session of
t' po&ition should not be.complied with. seek to gratify at next ?*?&tsii
The following ere the salaries appointed for Thus lf.ln- sisting to appoint delegates wouldbe I : most important questions that have.been Every democratic paper in the State> has S OIJ]
the General Assembly. s it
Iy approved and we have heard :
not of
the state officers by the General Assembly:. and partizanship doing an official act 1 *His_j influence : presented since 1 the formation of .thee gle democrat in the State who is opposed ft tat I
terest are powerful enough *
: Governor, $70,000 'in 'the selection of delegates ( : government-questions involving -not one !, Such.is the position ot thsdeicratic '!
of State .wpul4b I possibly -
.Secretary 7,000 to ,effect a show of opposition to party. :
Comptroller of State, '8,000 the Convention-and device is no mare than that of a pri at .Jndivi- a separation of the States-that Fora time,about the'jioseof. the sessi ti

I\ Treasurer, 8,000 every dual. It is for the people to',choose we would choose the violent 'and' .reckless theleghlatare, we feared.. 'that only 'the d_'
Attorney General, 7,000 resorted to ud ctatic ,
to, magnify' exaggeratethis I party ofthe State would be represnfcin.it. _
Surveyor, 7,000 show. their delegates. They will choose. demagogue the wild and the 'visionary ., These fern are now dissipated.- W8i

'Chief Justice and each- Associated. them. ,whether the Governor..lifts 'his i 1 :haye'more e' faith.. sirjh L the the 'last few days'we. ; have ,learned.:.enougV"
Justice, 10,000 The last Sentinel, for instance, is actually ; know.that a 8trOflgan1irreprssible: feelliaj i_.
Each District Attorney, 2,000 in ,fits of exultation at the small finger in the matter or not, but who so people. doubt; not but they' will 'se- f, or.of. the convention i&i rising amooglU.whiga ..

State Translator, 8,000 fit 'to_address them and recommend lect, for this, great occasion.,,clear,:heads,, of this.vicinity. Many in this> .cootficordiiilly
Goernor'iPrivate Secretary 1,000 vote thrown at, the recent election in thuI I join :with i be.democrats in, ,thsppulutment
: tim. and n1 j fie ._ _. ..... ,-menwho I d
-: The OvUiUCru: vuuuiijr 10 uuituiiuij'The qulei.- Geoigia. Hardly one tenth of the full ---- ---- ---- -- ------ :- '-. w. ----- of legltl'S.uch also, we knoi
past winter.has been moro severe throughout magistrate-whose,ofifce makes, hinij the know and,:can define the,true posj.1 the,condition of things elsewhere throu lo "
all California;than during the fifteen years vote was polled, and ,hence, argues the tion of the South and the State! We believe that by the.1st of Ja .
first citizen oC-.the State 1 To can.then :advise
preceding.< The rains have been constant in Sentinel, the Convention was unpopu whom the submlssionists will be in a contemptible*'
1 the neighborhood of Los Angelos and San Diego should..we look in an attack for the first 'Uie. 'right.path .for her to take., onLy_of. their: party and have learned biUim
1 accompanied by much cold weather. As ''lar.iVe draw a very different deduce : : to egret infatuation which hasyi riven th
spring now approaches the southern towns r be- tion.. The opposition to 'the, measure signal, but (to the sentinel .whomwe_ ? But, says the Governor,. the Legislatures I L- to prove false to. the rights "of'their seeoW .

'J t gin, ieserted-t""populati! .. flocking to is slight. iri the Southern States that have.! :honored, with the f hjg'eskw. t ti. "of the States have acted,by' resolutions the Union and'false.to their, 'own. earlier, -*aadj''' '
,.aemine&.j } so: ble instincts. [ ...
; ,
I ,.Al1 \, to'speak .Compara i tlYi ire preparing the mass of voters Wok'upon it as'a', tower*K* .:]' $"* more, ,
: '. .ro :theminea., Those who have remained in the.jTarjous' B tthis .Governor, than. .to' r.recommends- ; The. ',more. ,, 'could. ,this'convention, .do 1 1 This per.Tennessee, -.lk8 out in the folio wb-
fact accomplished: opposition c '
j .. "'
.diggings have labored intervals during ; -- ble and impressive. : .' (
the winter,with fortun: From flimsy excuse he" has. given for not, ;do, question i is answered by another:' What The
astonishing : ,though slight! :springs: from parti. .. question now is, whether the SouthMSte3
', three ounces,w five hundred'dollars the yield ;and ,is violent. Hence .,while ingso: must be apparent to everyone.? else'can the Southern. .. ,do' .than will agree tu further concessions of
1 zansliip: '
:! 4. per ie%diul.ranged for individual labor.., pose constantly'increasing aggressions or.W
:;r); In San Francisco bueiriess'is becoming more every:one.opposed'.would be sure to vote Another objection of about equal forceis meet' In' convention! They, 'have. er they..will boldly proclaim: and sustain.* '
i tbriak.. Money aun cothuiandetbehigbest rates that the ,oijheCotivezitii: rtHrough 'their constitntionnl rights/ The hei'posedNasbville '
: it ,not one in ten of those in favor tendency Legislatures. expressed : object of;
ofLnter refltsai'C and real estate is against ,
i $ .falling .at convention is to settle this 4'I
i ..stand;',.lumber rapidly.declialng. would believe it necessary:' to go to will be against the'provision of the Con :-jn J the strongest terms,L their i indignation! ,tion..-.rtndif the States.there represented i

\ i The:"influx of, population itill Co tinues.i .the,polls. stitutibn i :>f the:;:United: States i ,projjihf i j ;atjthe ,course:.of:the North-they: :4have determine. .submit and become obedient slThewIlI "*"
f ; i- ..Wealth; itifttrispJresfrou: ? thejbHen.lrilis.-- < '' agree and :put on th'eir.Ji al': ?
i : ': : 8an ,Francisco, grows' with, ,th rapidity: : These Southern'presses'artfully bandy ., ting the States from 'entering into any; agaIn. and again! :remonsIrated-the: t fcce,? if,not they 'will Uetise 'and Ttco '

'i. .Jt and has towns beeczxasrfalIy: are springing amatterofsome up all.?,over.:: the difficulty. land-:- the cry of:"Disunion. i ? J'\! !\ .Tjiey would 'treaty, ,alliance or confederation.; (J i :; **Xi -have 3 '!repeatedly/ -,. *' 'warned* **- them- ''.of. *the, !the" ',"mode- 'sho'ilJadQpt.und: .measure" Thiaconientiori of r dres."' '-!h1cpeople &- ,
} t : wi4cb
"f to keep,the run of all l, the'uew settlements that make it':appear that-4 the :object: of the, must be .a' strongimaglnation! : to connect -. consequences:: of:pressing j ,' furthertheirJesighsjon ; no legislatmf. 'otheiauhodty.( : They wi!!.

;,. ''dot SatfJoaquin d Sacramento- j 1io'reflect of 'the'Nashville ;Convention. with"this. !; ; ''slaveiy! ,..and. yet\the tide bt ri. the represeat tivea of an .oppressed. a4< !
I Convention; a separation i
; ti .
I r,c \"Another: .indication b!(!:tne rapidity.and ene'rgy .. < I i u'.of. aggression :i U ,not .gri ted peoplai and wili'ohly'sugrest& the) -i idy
l f ,. of movement which:marks" as'a'distinguishfingchafactri the.. ,_Confederacy.. atjany. and all hazards. i the .ConstittitiOntviiichlikeothersis stayed, What -: and the people will act.' We will not frffl

; :, tic Cal1foriJsthe i number-fi'of"iteaobwts'now'plyiog This-js,jfepUjful.misrepreseii-i OE tatipnwofrthy'however'of (;intended. : ;.tq confer, all action... ""maids, .,:.to..' be'' ',dorieb.uifor: .; -" us. :to:.unite, pur' the reader.. ,.TIiiai8afruitfothejn6L: Jfijtfrom .
$dajPy-upi.nK---; I; day to day boc soil
%* : _7 -: vi f' with :foreign States, upon t90ngres8: counsels. l ; and: take' ,a : present
; I 'l' '< \. t r ,' SurelyiBe:; .I Governor. does t: not: twIiichthe i t : whole South( people of the south to act The .
: expect ; rally. prating
1: '-. those;;who use it: '.The real f object: :has. : ,; : may f S ;; treasonand.dangerthth0tJnio isaanerr' .
,, .,F tl" sert d'byn\'Coritisp ud "of the' New:: be ri'1o'a1g'd claredby[: ;.its friends 'fthe any/; ::sensible man', to'believe 1 thatheConvention ;Every, /mustbeawarethattbeLeg. .tence.Ve, :shall undertake.tp 8h, iWiia oi?

'YA; York Territorial Herald;that slibnprs: ;thelai, nted,(or'in disposing Preiident's of)the p ri tfQ 'qttb 'I1. jop! 11 it t ep : ", .,,}t...": 1 intends. ;"to\: :form# :a-treaty. & ", c,:' ;Isjatures' ::)Bittingat: :' '(H i rentfiin!i eMn I : ,ture nion number consists in. that.. ,the only .-salvation oi/tH.o t"*P'" -
: qu on energetic effort
i .,: )[ !; pr;>a8 not :really; Genl iTaylor;;'idea,- seVCd,8fldiQfS9UthCrnnStltUti0fl5fitcannot : .alliance confederation:with a foreignffovernmeutv ;'places cannot. :adopts unanimous course. ; of the' Southernp : pl e to?,preserve 1 -)the .._ .tl..
'but'that of hi* Cabinet, anti: that 'he .has been,: jtjsa i hew d&1eana action.. ; : -: tion,4hI j.iod DlniMi..p:; and 50.
;be. 'J if tEere ,. -. ,
is anything objectibnabJeinthi8 -
Ttrid iaVfavdrableloilie settlement; the whole -: w -% j--7 '- 4. t .r.-siv-1 -* ; < fjThese' .' taminated I frozzitheto cb ottbouldiM1
0 : .
'di1t'iiegIslI9fl. thlslijtrueitis; onl7iBO"re .. -
", ; 1 I H! is of no sort 5pUprtqfthan of consequence wehaTe What: th before.opinions o had! ,: ,'njcertained" i 'btEose. ,whtfare. )' ;JHafg' her tfore,' aoVpced,,.'If\the: Jieorjie' .Ofanyoftne : I:: >' ;''snot ives'.C r'r refushiig'',to aid:in-t his' I'ofthe oftht',South ov4 ll4aJm,wuhoot. distinction herfized'. 0(1;?1

: 1 S .,j nd,wishes 9 1 9rr.I cnt .P! 1:, be h.H ; to submit to 'every,;degradation,. i \even., :j totheaUtIonnfsJ&eTy : ; States. may. .Yt'm; et together !'great, Southern-, ., "measure.Biit" ...; .what. I is.thejcason ty t willlOrds'or.th remember:thee t 'pretenJe4: ,fri o WIt.
: ,.,..,.Iil( hit has n 'een ttie' Qert otutfer DrP io't < it. ; advise :and consult :.of & mi1t i'r of ) : r/ 1.He: does-- "" ; f" .0 : l/aiOT-mdatteK/ *_ ...: .
the : not'ow '
in ,'J bold
t -c.. i "lle likeI". .."l } ]ii.. la. t.. ,. ,...C.--.-. .... .. : Ycfi' t". I"--. -">*VV i. ._- ". V 4. _rt-' ., ...' ..',;'; ;. r "'f, ;I stab .kef 'fat f rititds by q/ale! chargcftre.... ,
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IU..I.I1.** .rille ... -" SLAVES;M;CAUTOEIUJL The;.;Katchez:Free M.TUAL LIFE 'INSCBANCEoo : i. ''DflNG.ANISCOUEflG'EsTAJ3usflM c
BRaisred '.tewaward.: I
Trade be .
says that slavery can proltabJI'emplo'1 '
WfhATI occa.donaU, published rumorsot;.a ed in, California. It adduces the: fallowing :_,;- -," ,- ji: : : !; ENT' 1 1f1tL t" ,. : rr :
which in almost eve-, J. ._ .
OF ,
aewwiuet. "
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. isso1atiou of stances. 1. : ---'o'1 }; ., fu.theflreboIzad. dvj J

t instaCCe.-"e have first the cabinet observed organs in whig In this- ."A gentlemen: from Adams" 'cxjunty-had .two NEW ydfiit; L'iFE \ NstfR: ; ,zlr3kalrvcl." : ": '., ,...# ". ,-: .. d ltfi wh_G ,

ers. In such rrj cases,. contradiction of them,' slaves with.him there, having, been' truly' (BEAR .OP THE: ::cotthHous, &,) ranawayIthsbnjot.JP4ldlieprsIiet, A
haTe successfol and secured much of the i'N'C''fiOXP' N'Y -;- ; : ::A.:Jones:while in,bk-employ..
..lit1 aid other democratic papers as precious S4V': "NN A'-H: GEQ. '
0jjogthe Union It seems therenOW' dust as.he wants:ne brought the :ulavebck '- .,,- yellow eonipIezJontaIi aad stout,and about iorty.fi .
for No. 63 WAtt StttKLT, _NtV YORK. 00 re'years of age. I.bM, :reason to.belief
poD5ib1e bauho&ow iu circulation with him So-well had they done_for him that ; t
? another all coming from he wen offered two hundred dollars atnonthforeach ALEXANDER QAoLOWAY; she is lurking in the'vicinity oUacksonyjfle.ELIZAIlZflI ., ;

relation to this very matter show! our readers of them if he,would. leave them'-'behind.- -I" MORRIS.TBiAN KLIN, President' Returns his thanks to'his friends'for,the favors "J.. BALL- :

fag sources In order to whig authority, we This he refused,as:he did"not',wish'.to leave his SPENCER. BENEDICT., Pith' PIeSideJZt.PLTIFE1ArAavaTy. .: he has received since he commenced business :Jacksonville, ,",Feb- 23d.,'-50.- .
them on .
jbat we reproduce extract from the letter of an faithful slaves under the care of those. <:who : in this city.in.1S32,:and.would state to his -. '. :A-.

,P1 the following ," appearing in the might not treat them as he:would.: : -' i I frieJ dsancl, the pnbUc,generally, of Savannah Notice. i;:

CClSioI1411 correspondent of April 2d. 'Gen. Parmenaa Briscoe,the,father,,of the famous .'Amount Funds liable for losses S20 .089.34 i and. its YlC1nltland.the; ;' urrounding country :ON Saturday the 30th iiar of nest Blarcb:

Jew York Express, Briscoe Bill;author of the quo.W rranto Bat of Premiums,above investments i that during his kte visit to: London and Scot will sell at the Court House in this Coun

[Frt>. c& occasional correspondent.] against the swindling Mississippi Banks, has ; 165,937 67 land, ,he has .aquireduri, improvements ty,.as the Laws directs,.Two Hundred and SetbeRe1-
-- .
WASHINGTON, March 31, 1850. gone to California with probably'the largest connected with enty Acres of Land, .the 1"eI reminder.

TbereareramorsafloatthatPreddentrlor force that has ever been taken there by one ow- Annual Rates ,of Insurance of One DYING. &: FRENCH cLE NING.. Estate of the Estate James IngdecesaI;

his cabinet-possibly nero His energy ana enterprise will, we doubt : sold to paytbedebtsof. said Estate., Terms! .
remodel which be : .
, trusts will enable
will won him to give general
Hvndred Dollars on a Single Life. half cash and
monhu credit.
of the savery question not, settle the question, and Gen.Briscoe b but satisfaction The
settlement to allwho
the may please! to favor him '
(are certainly after that eYen t. one of the large number of Mississippi planters k. ... k cD land situated near thi town, and known'as
if not c with their; ;
)1 Congress ; "S: g' '3 a 13: ::8 "a 3 "a patronageLLadies ,Hunger: and Hardship t&tiOD formerly
runs that: Mr. Clayton and Mr. who intend to test the value of slave mining. ** ?L ClltI.J tI.J g 2 silk and woolen Dresses Shawls & oecupiedbyCcl.LDIart. -
The rumor > 0
a a -
a Ep. s. : .
situations thstUr. .
exchange ; ,,_ c ,
France, will .. h &&, cleaned and dyed various colors so as to "
lives, to r- -*. : M A LONG.Ada'x .
COL. PRE.10NT.-CoL Fremont one of the o5
Mr. Meredith "m retire to rf *- C % .
and satisfaction. .
pas :
4' gife good _
Crawford ** P 4' ""* p..o.l P "* Per
*" ? S. D.
thzL Mr.Butler King Senators from California, in a letter in answerto O O O O r FERNANDEZ Agent
.he shades orprifl\te life j < *3 a *3o < *;s g' "3 ass Table Covers cleaned or dyed as may be re
b.23d 1850.
of San Franciscn dated December ,idsAdministratrix'
Me- .
iota the Navy Department, an:! Mr. a :st S 11I'M 35 ='G. 3 V quired. ,
wiU go the War II 1849 inquiring other things his o2 a.... g aS .. a .
Depart- among .
:ennou, nnsylf&niainto ,, .a... A...' 5 a... = (.. A Gentlemen's garments renovated in the same : If.Uce.OIX .-
will into the Tret- (Fremont's) political views, says : < < < < 2 < < :
go .2
Vinton .2
nent ; th:1tfr.. good style as (formerly. ,. go as not to be surpassed months'after'date shall
"I that it will be sufficient present
Dm the De- a answerto I ay sc
'ur1 Department, and John will presume first to state that 14 72 85 1 53 41 178i83 3 31 by any done at the North, or dyed siinay p- counts'and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of :
that Mr. Preston your question simply by
of the Interior; 15 77 88 156 42 185 189 340 be required, without staining the skin,or.soil- Probate of Dnval for '
Sxt foil, go Minister to Mexico and that Gov. association feeling, principle, and education,I 16 84 90 162, 43 189 192 351 bg the linen. ask a discharge county from, theturther a final settlementand

Letcher, now there will come home and be made I am thoroughly a Democrat ; and without enter. 17 86 91 1 65: 44 1 90 1 94 3 63 Ladies' Bonnets dyed black, cleaned, and tration of the estate of John E. adminis
will ing into discussion of'the questions at issue Sounders, deed.
Postmaster General; that Mr. Ewing re- any 18 89 92 169 45 1 91 196 373 pressed in a superior style. late of Duval

MeveMr.Tod: as Minister to Brazil ; and that.' between the two great parties, I have only further 19 90 94 1 37 46 1 92 1 98 3 89 Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned county.tMARt..:E.. ,
Crittenden Edward Bates will be' to say, that I adhere to the great principles after the London SAUNDER8, -
John J. 20 91 95 177 47 193 199 401 .I most approved fashion. :
Mr. Reverdy Johnson to of the Democratic party, as they are understoodon Administratrix. .
General. 21 92 97 182 48 195 2 02 417 Terms moderate.N. Jacksonville .
Attorney Feb 23d
this and the other aide of the Continent." 1850. .
wait for a foreign mission or n judgeship.We 22 94 99 188 49 195 204 249 B.-Orders from Florida, South Carolina, .

cure but little wheatheror not the rumors 23 97 1 03 1 93 50 1 96 2 09 460 and the interior of Georgia, will be faithfully. -.--.

:ont: ned in the preceding extract prove to be SINATOS Bznorr.telegraphic' despatch 24 99 107 198 51 197 220 475 and punctually attende'd to. District C.nrt .f the United fltatc

true. We see no occasion for changing the present from. St. Louis dated March 29th, says- 25: 100 112 204 52 202 237 490 Motice.SIX MORTHCaM DISTaiCT: OF FLORIDA. .

cabinet. It has beeu in long enough to The "Union" of this morning publishes a let- 26 107 117 2 11 53 2 10 2 59 524 : weeks after date I shall to the NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to'an
ter from Senator Benton, disclaiming nil compromise apply
show not only its own incompetency, but the 27 112 123 217 54 118 289 549 : Hon., Judge Probate of theflon.Isaac H.Branson,Jndg-
with his in Missouriand Hillsborougu
suability of Gen. Taylor to administer the gov.. 'political opponents 28 120 128 224 .55 232 321 578 for letters of Administration of said Court, the April Term thereof,wquired
insisting on a high wall and deep ditch. He county, on the Es-
that the administration by law to be held
fact the
The oa first
ernment. very 29 128 135 231 56 247 356 605 Monday ofApril
ate of George S. Payne late of said ,
would rather sit in council with the six thousand county,
lamentable failure furnishes will be adjourned to the
has proved a 30 131 136 236 57 270 420 627 deed. JOHN DARLING. 3d Monday (13th) of .
Gen. dead who died cholera in St Louis than () in
iso the most convincing proof that Taylor g 31 132 142 243 58 3 14 4 31 650 Tampa Phi mar6J50. April, 1850.
duties of his station. convention with a gang of scamp Calhounists.He .- I JOHN T.JIYRICK 4
is unequal to high 32 133 146 250 59 367 463 675 Marshal,
has he made the adminIstration will not mix with them, give or take help.- Per G. L ZEBXBAUX,
What impression upon 33 134 143 257 60 435 491 700 Notice.ALUQiro :! Dupnty Marchal t

or its policy ? Where are the evidences He recommends his friends to make Bentonismthe 34 135 150 2 6461 453 508 725: &, COLUMBIA Co., FLA-, ) St. Augustine, Feb.23, 1850.. marl 1mmw
test at the Municipal as well as the State e- _
if his,genius,or even his competency to direct 35 136 153 < 275 62 .471 529 755 March 9th, 1850. J
lection. He would rather the elected
lh mighty: t'ntintry:; of a great government like see Whigs 36 139 157 281 63 490 550 785 weeks after date the undersigned will Jim
"' than his Democratic his 1UmA
opponents-rather see J
his? The whole country believes that he has 37 143 163 290 64 509 571 815 make application to the Hon. Judge of g !
own seat filled than that the line should not be '
onfi i.led the reins: entirely to his cabinet, and 38 148 170 305 65 :534 599 855 Probate. for letters of administration on the Estate -
drawn. Calhoun must be from
ii c.Lbinet, by its bungling management, has; Missouri at all hazards and extinguished without regard to 39 157 176 311 66 559 627 895 of Fisher Gaskins, late of said County,deed. BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD

vet-turned his:: administration. The administrcl.ion 40 169 183 320 67 .590 662 945 HEZEKIAH OSTEEN SALOON &c. x
is a failure. An overwhelming sense of the consequences.It March ,
16. 50.
act pervades the whole ountry. The truth I! will be rememberd that Mr.Benton coveredhis From the Mobile Daily Advertiser, March 17,'47 : .-

death is the Whig It face with his hands during the touching and Notice. SUBSCRIBER has just opened
he seal of upon party. Zip INSOEANCE. practical illustrationof TIHE on BAT
&felodtse. It has committed suicide by its eloquent eulogiums of Senators Clay, Webster, the benefits of Life Insurance has: recentlybeen SIX weeks after date 1 shall apply to the : North side, one door from the

')ld and reckless violation of its pledges, its in- Butler, Rusk, and Clemens, delivered in the furnished in this city. in the case of Hon. Perry G. Wall,Judge of the Probate corner ofLiBERTr street, a> 'RESTAURANT

ipicity administer a republican government I Senate on the character of Mr. Calboun. Well our lamented fellow-citizen, the late EdwardF. Court in and fqr the County of Benton, for letters BOWLING ALLEY: and BILLIARD SALOON1The

ai Us insults to the intelligence and the lOt ego. I might he have felt rebuked on such an occa .Trst. While in good health, some time last of Administration on the Estate of Hardi- establis ment'hu been fitted up entirely
I sion. man I. Harrell, late Benton county, deceased. new, and is open for the
No cabinet reception
ity of the Americaupeople. can year, he effected an insurance on his life of visitors, at
NANCY P. the usual hours.
esuscitate the Whig party. No Crittendens, $5,000, in the New York Life Insurance Company HARRELL. :
LUCKY CALIFORMANS The individuals March 16 50.
,'tvescs. John Davises, McKenuons, or Vintoiismnowsiveit. spo- (formerly the Nautilus,) of which Mr. The Bar '

The leprosy political cor- ken of in the annexed extracts from a letter James M. MunJon is agent in this city. Mr. Sheriff's been supplied with the
Sale Benton HAS choicest'liquo
received here a few days ago from the east, a- Co. Fla. .
is it. and the other d
itba; : un Test died very suddenly, day the beverages to suit every palate will
bout two years ago were extensively engaged in amount for which his life was insured, five thousand I SHALL expose for sale in front of the Court be prepared with despatch. The delicacies

STARTLING ADMISSION.It manufacturing, and becoming insolvent took dollll.rs.was, promptly paid over to his family House door of Benton County, on the first the season will be at all times supplied Or of
:- .
h svi i 1 th it ''luring a recent debate: in the the track for California."P by Mr. .\Iund n. Monday in April next, .within legal hours of ters, Partridges,Venison Steaks, &o served -
'u Lti!. white Mr. Ch.ue of Ohio TV.IS speaking, has returned with a pile. How muchI This circumstance requires no comment fromus salo the following property, to wit: Two hun all hours, and on the,shortest, notice.<<

Ir. Batler. noticing the strange doctrine ad van- do not exactly know, but at least it is worth to give it due force. It speaks to every headof dred and forty acres of land more or less, being The Eli lard SaJ .:

el. w.isiuJuceJ to pat this question to him- $500:000. Either sum is large enough. He a family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood the East % of the North West J of Section 17. been e. .
arrived at New York on the 12th instant. Two and North East % of Section HAS imported expressly for the House
Township 22
yo lord)y.m not recognize the doctri ne of and should not be disobeyed. The ad- is
tDki years and eight days since precisely he left New South, Range 19 East the of Charles of the most beautiful..construc
it'wnal: liw laid down by Mr. Webster in vantages of the system, its beneficent and hap property tion with air and '
York with not a penny he could call his .own Russell to Fi. Fa. issued India rubber cushions.
themselves satisfy one from the
nezoliition!!: with Lord Ashburton, that I hi py results, will suggest to the mindot
1: of y coun'ry cOrers its property?;' To which and was obliged to borrow money to get to Cali every reader; and we trust induce him to Circuit Court of Madison.county. M. "., in favor The B.wliag Pin* and'Ball. .'

.i i:' '.':J.;!>e replied, I do uot.;' Mr. Hale, who fornia. This equals any of the Arabian Nights: "go and do likewise. Certain it is, that no of William Ware, this 18th Feb. 1850. A'BE'a.1aoj115tfrom the workman, and every

u n. tr by, iujiautly st-c .
ug "Neitner do I." And at last,Governor Self credible."B him for support will neglect for a day the insurance Benton Co. comfort of guests has been provided.

lf I,who was posted in front of Mr.Chase: : : ex- who went with him, has also re of his life. March 2d, 1850. tds **? I < rialJyfcwto_the public tocaJl .
hiinei loud enough for nviuy: if not all eua- turned. He arrived at San Francisco not wortha J. MoRO ERT BAKER, Agent.H. thisEstablisbment.. assuring them ,that I shall

or:!, (i o hear-"Neither do I.; was in business in less than one year, set D. HOLLAND, M. D., Notice. spare no effort to contribute to< theu

A' cjrjcipjdeut of the Baltimore Sin, cementing tied up his business clean. and brought home Medical Examiner. j ji] Y WIFE, MARY, daughter of Wm. New- GEORGE SKIFF.recreation.
in dust. bern
up .n this str.nge declaration on the SO.OOO Jacksonville, April 6, 1850. ly having deserted my BED and BOARD Jacksonville, February 16 1849.
> rc of the abolition trio in the Senate says:- "They say that the next two years will be since the end January last, I hereby give no- jy
better than the last."-Albany Argus. WIIITJU SPRiNG tice that I shall not be responsible for any debts
Are these gentlemen aware that, in order to ftIAON1F1CENLOTTERyOne .'
iter k? ,fviolis'a sectional appetite, they are she may contract, and all persons are warned !
Mr. James K. Paulding, Secretary of War, not to trust her on my account. grand
iriuiiiy surrendering important principles of Capital of .
Mr. Van Buren's administration
: tie wl.'it'll she: United States havea greater in- during JOSEPH SALAS. $1OOOOO-sIsn.iO, O83 .
written letter to the of Jacksonville March 2d OOM'
a Democracy Tammany 1850.
'ret! iu'xu liutt.iUlUg thin any other nation on Hamilton County, Florida. 4t And 250 prizes ,
Hall New York in which he denounces ofS2OOO. .
very properly -
tru ll I)" they know tnat the principle they
the Wilmot Proviso and all its aiders HI.1HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform Sale VIRGINIA STATE
Sheriffs Benton Co. Fla. LOTTERY
MI..ma l is .it tae bisis of the! liberties of the J. ,
Public that the Lessees .
and abettors the North the they are of For
at the
'.li .' Ills the Neff York agitator reflected oufacJ as needlessly exasperating this celebrated and would SHALL expose for sale in front of the Court benefit o(MonongaHa Academy,
the South and disturbance and Spring respectfullyurge I[ .
I.' th.t, to curry favors with a few low. mischief. making the afflicted to come and be healed. The House door of Benton county on the first Class.D, for 1850., "

.lU l tel (-ui tic:, be would surrender the prinLll..s virtue of the water is a u fixed fact"-not ideal. : Monday in April next, within the legalhonrs : To be drawn at Alexandria, Va-, on Saturday: -

ut tree ninerce: anJ navigition to which PUKHNOIOGY & PHYSIOGNOMY.MR ---. To those afflicted with RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA of sale the following property,to wit: One hundred April 27, 1850, under the superintendence .

'.v Turk is inieb'.eJ tor her wealth and pro.sI -00- DYSPEPSIA: and the Thousand ills and sixty acres of Land more or less being Of Commissioners. .

ri.y Way, the next thing we shall see isle i the North West % of Section Township 21,
heirs would
which mortals to
BYBEE the well known popular Phren- are we respectfully
J. W.
worthy mo of Seward, Cu.ise and Hale ad. that its virtues Range 18, the property of Michael ,Shoolts to MAVRV V.. .--.n
ologist and Physiognomist u native Keu- suggest they try believing
cuiug the British right of search: !! Thusill from almost miraculous effected satisfy two Fi. fIlL issued from Justice ,Court number lottery-13 drawn balloti
tuckian, and a student of the celebrated Comb winy cures by .
saull men trade otf grfat sectional rights will deliver his second lecture iu the basementof : its.use, that they also will be similarly benefi Hillsborough county in favor of Thomas P. SPLENDID SCUQJ:. 3.t
or a mesa:: of porridge Kennedy served by John Boyet Constableof
the ODD FELLOWS HALL SATURDAY i magnificent capital
EVENING, the 21st June. In a community so ted.The seeker pleasure will here find a delightful this Benton Feb.county and returned to me for sale, splendid prize of _. :50000; "
OHIO ELECTION.The justly: celebrated for its love justice, and correctness place to while away time. Their Table will 1850.'N. 1 dodo ... 30,000

New i'ori Tribune of the 9th inst &iys of thought, Professor Bybee will not, be spread with the best of the land, and no exertion M. MOODY_ 1 20,000

.Vehjvete.u1 iru.u districts; in which 84 after being heard,be compared with the quacks on their part. will be wanting toprovidefor Sheriff, Benton Co. 1' do... I OOO

*IJlJCr.ti, 2S:: Whigs, and i Free SulleN have that may have precededhim... He will recieve the comfort and pleasure of visitors. March 2d, 1850. tds 1 dodo 11,555,

eu elected)' The late Election in Ohio was visitors at the Jacksonville Hotel), where he The surrounding country is filled with Deer -I 30 ,3,000
r Delegates to a Mate Convention to amend the gives practical demonstrations, with charts of and Turkeys, and the Strea ns with the finestof I Sheriff's Sale, Benton Co., Fla, I 250 do' (wwestS-numberprixesj" ).2,0o ,

ouatitutwu.) it is a fact worthy of observation character, &c. fish. Good dogs and fishing tackle will be at virtue of a writ of Fir Facias issued but of: 65prixesofi T-.I.' ,
ut whenever the people of of the States all times at their service. BY 64 do ,
any : the Circuit Court Benton, and to me dir '" ,- -300:
ant an amendment of their Constitution, they JACKONVILL&CHEAP: Conveyances from JACKSONVILLE directto ected, I have Levied upon and shall expos for 65 do '-: -, 20G
:uerally choose Democrats make it. This the SPRING at all times ready. 65 do' .
sale in front of,the Court House door of Benton i -160
w the case in Kentucky last year. And now STORE. Board per month. $20,00' County within legal hours won the first. 4,810 do.- '- 80 I

Obiothey h..vedone the siine thing. They will Children and Servants, 10,00 Monday in April next, the following property, 27.040 do -' 'i. 40

'te1ur Whig when they want lianka highLrltfora JLrdrrith'. Brick Building, Horses per month, 1:>,00 to wit: One hundred and fifty acres. of,land fieketa..84D-HalYes- $20-Quarters$10-

distribution of the public money. But BAY STREET.rpHE BUFFINGTON & RYAN. more or less, being the East"of Sooth East 3i, Eighths $5. .-,

lien they wao.i fundatueutal laws formed unr .March 30, 18GO. Section 24, Township 21, Range 19; and 'West 4 Frice of certificates packages, in the above

which they and their chilJren are to live, %of South West 3 of, Section_ 19,Township 21. MagciicentScherneasfoUowa r v

rv"i1411 comoiiug time, they choose Demo- SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in- Notice, Range 20 ; also one quarter Section land be- A certificate package of 26,whole _
_I_ form the citizens Jacksonville and
.1l of
to uuke them. surrounding '. '
tickets .
ing West. > of, North Westof Section 29 -- : L r. ,
that he has the above 'fifE COPARTNERSHIP, : $:;0000
establishment country with, a view to sell opened goods at reasonable _Li ting between the undersigned, in the and East % of North :East 3 o Section 30, Do do .26 halves 2M ocr:

FRANCE. rates believing! that a nimble is conduct of the -Jacksonville Hotel, under the Township,21, Range 20, the property of James ,Do .do .26quartersi2300

The recent elections to fill vacancies in the better than a, slow shilling." He has received penny name firm, and style of "Buffington & Cox," is Ha'1inan.3nd Jeremiah M.Hayman to satisfy v," I0 do !eighths 6250

umber of Deputies have terminated in favor and is constantly receiving, the most fashionable this day dissolved by mutual consent.: The business -' Ft,'Fa.in fayorofjames. L.Tcokthjs 18th-Feb' A certificate of a package of wholes,will enti--J
tie '
the Red Republicans.: It will not give to that and latest style of Fancy and Staple Dry will continue to conducted by SAMUEL 1850.' .N.M.MOCDY, ., the holder,to all over $442 nett t&at may_bi.drIwn -

,riy the control of the Chamber, but will very Goods to wit- BUFFINGTON. who is alone authorized S eril.! .Benton County.; by the twenty-six tickets named.tier e A.

derably increase their number, and still English'and, Am rican Prints; Ginghams; to'collect the debts of the late firm, and who Marck1850.I. I : :i 'tds,- .Certificates.. : .of halves,, quarters c .; andfe..ir Ji &

"e met ease their power by the promise it Cuambrays White and Colored Muslins will also attend to the settlement of their joint = propo, wOD.t. :1'1' "

)1 1.15 out ot; it may be, n comple.ite triumph : Embroidered; Muslins: ; Linen Lawns; ; outstanding accounts. ,Sheriff's, Sale This;:':splendid "scheme e.one.. ,of the:v&si.*i' '

the next general elections. With such a pro!- Silk Tieue'auJ B ireze; L.C.Handkerchiefs; SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. 'virtue of a writ of Firi Facias issued from .,well rativeyer.drswuj&the; of;" the IDnited'8tateid';
wortby '
attention Z-
ct before him Louis Napoleon has to make his PHILIP COX. BY vadventum
: aud Cotton Handkerchiefs; the Circuit, Court of Alachua county'I ,The
lowest that
L ice between the reliu uishuient of his emi. Jacksonville April\ 13th, 1850. 4t prize: can be draw. by a ticket
Cotton Gloves; Lisle! pun bilk: and Silk do.; have levied upon and will expose for sale before .havlngon it three,of..the:drawn'
pt position, and the forcible overthrow of the White and Colored Hose; I the CourtHouse door;in Benton county;;'on the ; $2,000, numbers..i -M..

utiog constitution. Forvueh an amendment "lblf-U08e; Administrator's Sale. first' Monday 'in'April next, within: the legal mtortickebfai2cl'a1 t"
it u to allow of his could be Uti and certificates !
re-election only
Brown Shirtings and heetings'; (X1E SHALL for sale at the CourtV hours of sale, the following named property, to 'of packages in.tbeabote magnificent ;
tamed through a general wish of the French Bleached wit: The E of 8. E.& of a 35, and the W. I will be ; scoes.' ':;
V House door iu the town of Jackson promptly attended to and
ople to continue him at the head of the govern Irish Linens Silk Cravats Colored do. of the S. w. S. 36 levied an account-f f '
; ; ; ville on Monday: he thirteenth day of May % Jfor: :upon as the the drawing will be sentimmedktely ,

e ut. No such desire has been indicated, and Table- Diinuttba- -----!1 -Sint-.--<..h- --r--Dinner:, next,, at the usual hours'bf: sale, all the lands property: James M. Bates to satisfy an Execution to all,who', :X""oid.ii bg front L:.it.. ,ai'orer .- "
| suggestion; by hu partixans 01 each a change Swiss and c
Cambric Muslins ,in favor of Stephen .' : Address" : "-
.; James James late of 3. &.O .
the estate 14AUBr'A-
belonging to ? .. ,
with ;
thecun.titutiuapp.* to have met i Bared do.; Striped do.; ,N; M. MOODY .- UVi ._
much thereof ;
C.nor. Untheothei! hand indi- White ,Dnval county, deceased) so as f. Alexandria .* "
everything and Colored Berlin Cards; Sheriff. Benton Co. ;peb _qf
Mea that will be necessary to pay outstanding debts 25'5p ;',-:. '
the President has no intention of giv- Trimmings, uf every description of said Estate. i March, 2d, ,.1850, ,- tds'Sherifi's
[2 up his power, and we look upon it as next Cologne; French Extracts;" THOMAS'M.HAG aN' Adm'r --- -- *-: : IVOT'ICSS.PQ ..'.' T ,- --.-.--: 4
,. .
\ceruin that he will make the toic Pearl Gilt ;
attempt se- ,and Bone Buttons; ; :Sale. "OTICBfs hereby to all "
ANN JAMES Adm'x. &
himself by force. Coate'a. uud Lee's Spool Cotton .. ,Jacksonville MARY, :April 14tbf 1850.* Stt .of..".five, writs- EPjluiss... i..., ".'erfed,-,w.f.our--: &4'f...*..w. ...*tn '. .

Mosquito Netting -- By'ytrtlt 1 Justice apply to the:.lion.Felix Lvlngetora .3udp ot
NUHVlLLE COr..UTIoj. The Colombia ,Fringe Girnpa -and nnotJJentoD'countTi Probate ;
(3. the
; Edging for county ofDuvaforey
': : to aell
will, for sale before the"
) TelegrAph ,of Tuesday, says that it learnby With every variety of Goods usually.kept los Notice., in expose Benton : 'Court Housedobr the naPI'open1.. 'belonging to the Eltatett'

1'<1te dispatch, that, nt a meeting of South- Dry Goods Store. Persons wishing purchase, hereby forbidden from trus County' thefret M in JazeaJ4ecGr.omuch _
persons are April next, within e.iehoumoraiietae ,thertoi,.. .
(a>eDiLtor6 in congress,held at Washington,on ,will do'w'eU to call aud examine themselves.' : ALL or selling any thing on a credit on my : named, ,levied : will beDeoe--r':17: to nay the ,OQ ---j"' DC. :.
je 6ih iast,the result wo a full recognition of 'WILLIAM P.; DEWEES.ApriUOth Richard. I property upon by i.I i..Tho. of said -, < .:
le account.to my wife,Mary,.Ann am'. I B.Jtcksmv Constable of Benton-omntyy as the Estate.THOMAS 5"-1',_ .,
Nveouoa nectMitjr and propriety of the' Nashville' ,_ 1850. : ,;W not bound,to par. any,debt'which, ,she l contract -. property oIJ 1xW.RIgge.toiatIaf sundry H.Il G .V .Y" .. '
and an approval of iu:meeting atC 'JdABYANN"'AME"
..r Al'u'atJtUt11A11u.- \ i -
: Executions in fawr of Tbomia P. "' :
| time jd and( pLase proposed-th'e meeting chariem pAN.DLD'RICE STEAW.'HATS; ,AlachuaCounty/EF.i April'13,:?50.Notice. .:: : i Wm.Brewer.towitbR.Wi3of&7; Kennedy'T.,and 25 '.1;.. IOUTIUFcbru.ry;:l61$5o, ;- ""' ":.'," <)tJ.>;; -:"
by unanimity and harmony : -- '' : .
great : '; '' .. '
< ,.,
.21. --
B '' : N.:JrL.MOODl'," :t ;\: : :! ..
hag, and but focr Southern Senators absent Ladles' Bonnets; 'Bonnet. Trimmings'; +.. : .. .-.. ; ,,rfTlHE ., '.I" Beat : .. N 1 E.,7; .;,
description sate'of the Land of the,Estate James -'r' .. 'I' ., on !" .. motbsaftcr : ,
Stationary every ; ;' .}. .lft A. "ill : -dit*I tball present jy;L-_ "
; SIX :
MrLBoss assortment of Boots and Shoes:. '' '-,deceased; U postponed: to':the;fret ,pIII : ,'" '; "". )j'_
Moors the wife of Tom Moorethe 'general .L. ;, 'Long, M-"J, -, J -- anU and:Toactea to JfeaHaE.Jodjw of : ,: r :2 \ '
t, hu receivdapsionl0Oycarrerne : t. Just :rice1veAnd for &der4uaed: Mondaotnextlp1iL.: ...,. L : )Omi1PZD: JIBe': Rf6bs4eierDa a'* tMt"r: : ;-

roJ&l: bounty in consideration of the literaments prices-d tJi8: ".tore. ,'.or..' / i '' _. :"-' ;MABYJLONG.AdnrX' : .' Met iMsebsrs:as,", : Ii s1z.dDy: ; .. ,:,: '

other husband and his Infirm state of -' IVM, ; DBWEE3" ?' _,. ". ,. P r8. D.: FERNANDEZ, Agt : r !'! ,. deeeas. : ', SU1fZP.. rllmJAckso1i :: .... __.-.. ,:j..;', ':t.?: ;'

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4 ( CO.\IPANY. ;!ELI' ,KNOreESTAIHJSBMENTj: .she.niedUtely,btie1zi her::and" >e f,
ATLANTIC & GULF RAILROAD .. jhercomplaktaleft ailer'tj 1-
__:_.f has e" dergoQeJ.how ghwpairj '
1t.;;,; ( i1 itlra8lteilsmtbred.;
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T, IS hereby notified that'It is Lie.intention and is the' ( BeiDg ,
1 now.reopened for: rec ptIonotcom.pany. ,
] of the AUantiojmd Gulf.RaUroAd: ,Company t .. ... ...;.. ,, _.. .,',-r-:... ... i. t, ."- ** & .' V--, ;L ] Fever. BiUBb-Ague, inter :. Jihonghi. : :might do &fcdannnAb j
kl : to 'apply .for amendments.to the Charter of o INSTITUTION WILt BE OPENED ON ThewellearDed.reputationwhichthisHousehas : 5: nriltent & Keroittent Tcvers & rSh; i r of'remediea.tl* ( ,--,

if said Company, at the next J l e tiug'of the General the first Monday in June next,' at.9'. .o'clock. ,* &. L,. .acquired, it is'the.intention'of the;presentpropnietrto all Hie \ iOtisorms ofBiliOtiS :!rnb"gb6d-; previbcsryl! 'M ;:-- it

Assembly of.Florida.November'24,1849. .. in J4ck.So ,m ,:E' StFlorida.' "' .? sustain.(, ?-t./; "? n' diseases .. p' '" *"' ...., .. _
t 3m "Separate rooms will betted fup for'theaccommodation ., Every accommodation will be,:extended. to -T .tJ'
tIII of young LAds'and .Misseibee; gu s s.:"".Invalids; traTeller&\and:Bothers" will <.63TIlJEl.iABIE; :> l.'l

I Ii Land, For Sale,. Near Tampa. :they will .be instructed, ..in the Elementary and find this house desirable.. ';It is situated facing. .. aBEA.7r'FE.. IEJ MEDIC l.i'I'
higher branches oti English and 'el.sic l- the' south with dark '175: feet t. :-; jr .', ,,. "
? : ;; piazzas,. long, 'I 'I' &:TmiD : Ia -" ',
a Education,and young 'men will 'be fitted ''for with'court'yard in'front, :and protected;"from .It' r-rand ) ;

TIIUIS land a'quarter section in quantity,1iest 'College or for professional? life, in the Latin and: northeast Kinds:' ,Th rooms are eligibly situated I. speedy cure for incipi (cOni 'tr pI .

JL Simmon's! Hammock' at, twelve miles Greek classics, and -in5 the Thilosophical and large and airy,'the building fixtures &c-' : "[' UuETA3L i'': .' I the'general [prostration, '.of the i y
t .. .. co1PoUD .matter whether the ;rtsu1tOfinberjo1 '
'distance from the pleasant,and growing village Mathematical sciences. being new. The1llousebullt of.woodjis: lathed d.' -
1 'Tampa.. Ab nt one haUls cleared and:has ,Arr and plastered; ..&c.' In 'a'word 'it is builtex.presslyforthe TI1mSMEDICINR.wO) pr!_ byireguJ : I i causes, produced by,.Irregularity, .
I been in cultivation two The soil is gcazeuta. __. Physician. and'is the result of an extensive l. ccidentI ,.
years. THE TEAR will be divided into four quarters, purpose. .-- practice.of several yearsin} a, bilious climate I ,Nothing can, be more' surprising .
.well ttaaW
and of ani is :
warm light good depth ; < ,With .the : j advantages combined: j.the
I of about 12 weeks each with vaca- many .
its of S. I. cotton. those< 5Those who have ,used .it themselves, or yjgo tiDg' effects:,on:the,human fra-
known for yield
large I Mrs. DAVIS assures
tions. The will hLve&w sessions the first present proprietress, '
day : its others need all weakness" lassitude '
I seen Affects. no .sons fromtatonce
salutary ,
and the decidedly upon ,
The water is soft place the house that hen exertions will
Several pure hundred other acres from 9 to 12 M.,and the second, from 3 to 5 P. patronizing -. farther evidence of its great.value The health ; .become robust.andfuhl.oLenemitsinflu ,

healthy. and the whole be- M. Wednesday: mornings will be appointed to be to please. of thous rids;'has''been. perfectly rest red)bi ,_ nce. ,It immediately counerjelessness
could be similar .
ajacent .
got, Very respectfully '
exercises in and declama :
English composition n this medicine( :when: all other remedies-have ;ofthe female frame wld
The :
ing on a plain of moderate elevation.. ... ,. PROPRIETOR: ; .
is good in the neighboring woods and tion.After St. Augustine Oct. 201849. -. failed Its: operation & not simply to suspendthe great.use .of.barrenness. '.;
range which latter extensive. Within the first term, nc pupil will be received, disease'for a, time,.!but:'to purify the system ._ i It,will not.. be expected of us. In ca
primes are quite N. B. Attached to the house is fine stab1ing.arriageS
I i. except at or near the beginning of the session. ,' and restore it to sound and perfectb a1th. delicate a nature tohibitcerticate
distance the public land is a ; *cf
convenient on horses ponies boats; and allfixjjtnres
site for a residence, overlooking a scene of sur- and no pupil- for less than one term. for'exc1U'81ons.oct, 27-2m A small Tr the on \the ;"causes,: treatmentand performed,but, we can assure the afiiitf ,

1. pasing. beauty. The terms will be made known Tiiitiota. cure of fever and ague and other diseases: hundreds. cases have be reported to ai

by application at Key West, Florida, to Reading,Writing and Arithmetic, $600; Boot and Shoe Store I; bilious.climates,".may. be had gratis ofthe undersigned. :. ,DR.TOWMSZTID;' :.1 :My ,wif being grtath

I J. W. STARK. Higher English studies, -. 8,00 THE SUBSCRIBER taken r'. tressed by :weakness and: general debility

f- Dec. 1, 1849. 6m Philosophical and Cla.\Sicalstndies, 10,00 Il his residence having ...'Also, .numerous certificates from men"of.the suffering continually by pain;.and ?ili|j,|
t I One half, the price of tuition,according to the tJ1..' up permanently highest respectability .testifying: to the.great difficulties. and haying known cases viet

t .. BtjA.t'KWOOD'S MAGAZiflAND studies pursued;will be expected in advance,. L1.1Jacksonville, 'respectully..informs he is now prepared i efficacy of this xaeditine, ,canbe; seen oh application medicine;\.has effected great .cures; :>shearing

THE and the balance at the end of each term. pnblio'th'l.t business in all to <_ itrecomniendedfor: such cases u.
British Quarter Ucviews. Board will be provided in Town at reasona- to its carry branches.on the As Boot he and obtains Shoe all 'materials T..O. HOLMES &(Cf3.y described, I obtained a .bottle of your

I OWING to the llte revolutions and counter ble rates per month, for Pupils. from the country directly from New York he will be enabled to Agents for Jac\sonnlle and Vicinity.. of Sarsaparilla and folio wed,the direct! _

revolutions among the nations: of Europe, which ; and Parents and Guardians, who.may desire furnish custom work at a much less price and Jacksonville, Feb. 24. 1849. 6m gave me. In a short period it removed_
to avail themselves of the facilities of this plaints and, restored her. to health :]
have followed each other in such quiet succession of far superior quality than has hitherto been /
and of which "the end is not yet:" the leading Institution for the education of their children accessible to his fellow citizens. He trusts that TOWNSENFS COMPOUND" EXTRACT 'atetutt'or the benefits she reveived4p1eaureInthnaackncwledgizg 1.

periodicals of Great Britain have become nnd others, may be assured that no exertion the which has already"been extended ;: SARSAPRILLA.ThisExtra ; it,and"
l .. of interest hitherto un will be spared to ensure the health, coin fort and patronage mending it to the,public. r
invested with a degree; to him, and for which he takes this occa- t is, put up in quart bottles ilia v
J known. They occupy a middle ground between progress in knowledge of all who may be sion to return his sincere thanks, will be still six; times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted'superior ,M. D.MOORE, cor. of Grand & lydiaii.

the hasty,disjoiiitel. and necess rily iw- entrusted the cure: of the Principal. continued. to'any sold. Itcures.discuses'withoutvomiting -. bunyA g.:1844.; i.'J

perfect records of the newspapers, and the elaborate RUFUS K. SE WALL, PrincipalN. Repairing of all kind executed with'neatness ,purging,sickening or debilitating the patient .TO MOTHERS AND AMRBIEDLIjX

t and ponderous tre.itues: to be furnished B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to and despatch,Directly opposite the BILLIARD and is,particularly adapted bra Tbi Extract Sarsaparilk has been d..'

I by the historian at a future day. Whoever provide seats and desks.. Chairs are recommen-' SALOON in Bay Street.BENJAMIN. .FALL AND WINTER .MEDICINE., ly prepared, in reference to'female ccapS

I! reads these periodicals; obtains a correct and ded.. [Republican copy.] G. MILLS. The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla Ko female who has reason'to suppcse she i

I connected account of all the important political May 19, 1S49. tf Jacksonville, Sept. Stb, 1849. 6m over all other remedies is, it"eradicates pr aching that critisal period,'4the turn of

events of t'e old world, as they occur, and disease, invigorates the should neglect to take it,'as it is a cert&aTentive

!, learns the various conclusions drawn from them JACKSONVILLE IIOTUL. U. KB'JEl'D & CO. body,.consumption cured, i for any of the cumeious and.Let
the leading spirits of the age. The American SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease and diseases to which females
by THE ; R. R. REID & CO. having leas cleanse strengthen, I are subject at
": Publishers therefore deem it proper to call the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. MESSRS. and the attached consumption can be cured, time of life. This 'period may be delajdj
Wharf buildings
,'j renewed attentiou to the works they republish WOOD respectfully solicit continuation of are now prepared in connection with their bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint., several years by using this medicine. Nc >-

.: j and the very low prices at which they are offered the extended patronage: which has hitherto DRY GOOD GROCERY. HARDWAREAND colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting 'less! 'valuable for these who aie approc: !
: to subscribers. The following is their been bestowed upon this well known estab MISCELLANEOUS, ESTABLISHMENT L blood,soreness in tbe.chest, womanhood, as it is calculated to cesist JI'

4.I listviz: lishment. In order the better to merit it they 'to doa GENERAL COMMISSIONBUSINESS. hectic,flush, night sweats,difficult by quickening the blood and invigcratit

t THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, I have: enlarged and thoroughly\ repaired the profuse oxpect system. Indeed,this medicine invalnatf

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, 1 building, and adopted many improvements to Their charges are established by the SaYan" toration and pain all the'diseases to 'which women'are'BubjeclIt .
: 'promote the health and comfort of their guests. in the side,&c. braces the whole s sttm. renewsipcM'
\ TilE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, The old friends of the house will certainly nah rates. have: and ently the natural energi-\>j removirg
the of the U. Si: Mail
.. THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, deem it.an advantage that the table will be under They are Agents can be.cured. impurities of the ody-ziot eo far stimii1
and enabledto
at this
Steamers place are now .
the superintendence of an experienced the to reduce' '
AND system as j a gubsequcnttion .
offer to the Merchant Planter
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH ;MAGAZINE. Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves and the every Public facility generally. Probably there never was a remedy that- ha s ,-which'is the case ofm 'medicines
they shall not be rivalled by any Hotel in the been' successful in desperate of for female?weakness and discse.
The above Periolicals are reprinted in New : Goods consigned to their care will be received so cases, consumption -
York immediately on their arrival by the British South, being now enabled by the constant steam and forwarded with despatch; 'as this; it cleanses and strengthens; the DISEASE OF THE HEART, RW
'. flue communication with Savannah: and Charlestonto system, and to heal the ulcers on the TUBE AND DROPSY.
steamer3, in a beautiful clear type, on Their Store, Office and Warehouse situa- appears
have the advantage of the fine markets of the NEW YORK Jn1y. 22 184
white : and are faithful copies of the originals ted convenient to the Wharf. lungs, and patients gradually regain their [
: paper, ,
those Cities. In addition they bring to the business DR. TOWHSEKD Dear HT
usual health and strength. : JJytwife
Blackwood's Magazine being an exact fac- Palatka St.John's River E. F. January 13
I simiit of the Edinburgh edition. an experience of many years, which will 1849. ly CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There been afflicted with a disease of the heart;
enable them to better the means of attending with terrible for fifteen
judge a
In these periodicals are contained the views, is scarcely a'daypass's.but there area rupture over je
to the wants of those who visit the! mild the greater part of the time. She list
moderately though clearly and firmly expressed HOLMES & CO. number of cases Consumption reported as
; climate of Florida for the of health: troubled with shortness cl breath and
of the three great pit-tied in Engl-iuJ-Tory. -. purposes cured by the.use of Dr.Townsendrs Sarsaparilla.The gretti.
HOLMES & CO. have removed
or pleasure. tering of the heart, Hhicb has been ve
Kadic.ilBlackwood" and the ; MESSRS. following was recently received;
Whig, and which the climate of Merchandize to.the
THE INCREASING: reputation large tressing, and has frequently been unati
-London Quarterly' are Tory; the "Edinburgh: : DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir ; For the last
Review'7 Whig awl -'Westminster Review"Liberal of Florida possesses in'the estimation of building formerly occupied by the United States, three years I. have ,been afflicted with general leave her bed. The rupture was very;

; The "North; British Review1' owes its the medical faculty for the cure of consumption known as the Government Building. They debility, and 'nervous consumption of the last and severe. She tried almost every reined;
and other pulmonary diseases, has induced a have added to' their stock, by the late arrivals such cases with but little benefit. TClibBad'
establishment to the last great ecclesiastical stage,and did not expect to'ever gain my health_ .
4 in Scotland: and is not ultra in its vast increase of travel to this State, during the from New York a full assortment;of Dry.Goods. at.all. ,After going through a course.ofmediclue taken'but three bottles of ycCTrifc,

jt! movement of the grand departments of fall and winter months. of those who seek the Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &C., &c; under the care of some of the most distinguished medicine she was entirely relieved of the'i&
views one
:- human on knowledge any it was originally edited by relief afforded by a milder atmosphcre-and in which they are prepared to sell at reduced regular,,physicians and members of the of the heart, and the rupture has alu'wt

\ f Dr. Chalmers and;now, since his death, is con view ofthis fact, the subscribers hare determined prices. Board of Health in, New York and elsewhere, tirely disappeared. ;
i ducted his,son-in-law; Dr. Hanna, associated that their exertions to merit the patron.-ige They are now prepared to purchase Cottons and spending the most of my earnings in attempting She has also had the dropsy, and wat-
by which shall be bestowed them shall be Hides and other produce of the at the much swon
: with Sir David Brewster. Its literary character : upon country] to regain my health, and alter read- n. \\e Ltd no id*u titte id
without regard to toil or expense. highest Market rates, and make cash advances be to benefit(?. as the Ltd si.th r. cuqE
4 order. The "West- ing in some of Sursuparilla 1.resol.
the highest paper your
is of
; very & COX. to their friends in Savannah
: ,, BOFF1NGTON 011 consignments of diseases. But it Las h
as ts nit
minster" though reprinted under that title only, ved to try it. .After using six bottles 1 found it strimge
; Jacksonville. Oct. 6, 1849 tf and Charleston, or New YoYk. pear, relieved hEr of thc drcJ I tisi
r is published in England under the title of the done me great good, and called to see you ut y.
,. fy The Charleston Mercury, nnd the Savannah They have new .article of Wrought Iron that tLissti.tnettis so
I u Foreign Quarterly and Westminster, it.being your office ; with your advice 1 kept on, and do strsrje astoill]]
f t Georgian will please copy the above Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call almost like fiction but it is. Dt\ntJu-lus
in fact a union of the two Reviews formerly most heartily thank you foryour advice. 1 per- ;
c attention Planters.
J ; published ani: reprinted under seperate ti- until forbid. the severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and been. reality. Your Sarsaparilla is centaizlys

t. fi *i..f if 1.00 iti0f..forf. the advantage- bv this Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846 tf able to attend to my usual labors for the last uable medicine, and bculd be cs ro.1,'.
v 4 ; -work the best features months and I the one that is suffering we have Uen. It
t f. combination, uniting one Law Notice. Land for Sale. four hope by blessings of God
heretofore issued. JACKSONVILLE 21 1849. and Sarsaparilla to continue health. disbelieve this'.cCOtmt, they are at lilrrt;
of both as August D FOR SALE,between nine and ten thousand your my
I .t Four copies of any or all the above works HAVING left the State; for California, I .:: acres of Land,' situated in Nassau It helped me beyond the expectations of all that can at mybouseandhaveocularduxiisYours .. .,

f' f will be sent to one address on payment of the reg- transferred my business to Cot County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. ,re l.ecUu tly,

j\ ular subscription for three-the fourth copy Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with Mary's: Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman Orange, Essex Co.N., Aug. 2,1847. WILLIAM TOWSEElJattt, i

{ being gratis. Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine Slate of New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSFEPSY. .
close. Quimby being duly sworn according to law on
land situated
conveniently water courses -
I '. The Militia claims in my charge will' be attended upon his oath saith, that the foregoing statement N. B. Purchase () but such as tare i
\ with the of five hundred
Reviews $3OOpera'mI. exception acresof'
j.' t For anyone of the four do. 5.00" to, by myself, in connection with CoV heavy 'hammock land upon the St. Mary'sRiver true,according the best of his knowledge and ers that hide: the bottle completely a IStte.
For any two, E. Wash- .written signature S.P.lOWKgBl :
Sherman CHAS.
,: Spencer, and Col.Charles of The whole be sold belief. QUIMBY.
1 do. 7,00 or any portion will.
.. For any three, ington, and every effort made by us jointly to Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Principal Office. l26Fulton-st.bimI> iJi
1 For all four of the Reviews, 8,00" prosecute them to.a successful result. I haveno cheap for cash Apply WILLIAM to HICKMAN. the.2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, N.Y.; Redding &'co". S State-st. Boston;!}
t For Blackwood's Magazine, 3,00"For & sons, 132 North .Second.. I1iilsdell1a!
authority to collect the due on these Justice of the Peace
tv Blackwood and three Reviews 9,00 claims, as I have always preferred to have what Jacksonville, March 17 1849. tf f S. Hance, druggist.. Baltimore; Lurd 1,
i Blackwood and four Reviews: 10,00 Richmond P.. M. Cohen Charleston, n
ever money may. be appropriated placed in the New Books I New Books U' TWO CHILDREN .84 VED. : ,
k Payments to be made in all cases in advance. hands of a local paymaster, !such: as the'parties TOST; Received and for sale by the subscriv .- Very few families indeed-in fact we .have & co. 151.('hartres-sL Nei: .Orleans: iOJ

CLUBBING. interested may select, after the act of their re ber- '. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's Pearl-st.Albany;.R Van Buckirk.292 cZj

i *.*Remittances and communications should lief. GREGORY YALE.. THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK Sarsaparilla in ime.lost.any children the past Market; and Broad-sts.Newark, >K.Jar;
be always addressed, post-paid or franked, to August 28, 1849. the publishers.. Price 50 cents; died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive .- throughout the United Mates,West Indies*

:; : LEONARD SCOTT & CO., Circuit Court, Columbia Co. t THE RAID OF GOMEZ.-25 cents.' evidence of its value, and is only another the.Canadas.. A. N+ :nEED, Agent! .J
79 FULTON STEEET.NCW York; ..JacksonviUFebruary !!
Eastern Circuit of Florida. THE FATAL ERROR-; instance of its saving the lives of children:: ,
: Entrance 54 Gold st.- .. .J' By the Countess of Blessington,-25 cents. Di. TOWNSEND- Dear Sir/ ,,I had;;two'chii- 261848. ., Ill: M
In Chantry. ', ........
School Books. THE PRAIRIE'GUIDE, dren.cured by your Sarsaparilla of.the summer ".. 11:13J.

Towns Spelling Book, Kirkham's Grammar, ELBUTM.. T. SMITH ) Bill'for Divorce A Tale of the Mexican War.,-25 cents. complaint;'and 'dysentery ,*
Blake's Rhetoric, I Clark's Grammar; v 8 .> THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN.A months old and the.other., 3 years. They were
i Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, EDA S llTII. ) Romance the last Revolution in Peru,-25 cts. very much reduced jnnd! expected they would i ATTORNEY AND- COUNSELLOR J THAViNG.
APPEARING to satisfaction' of the
: Scholars Companion, do Chemistry, IT CHARLES DEWAAL. die; they were given up by two: .r sp.e<;tablephysIcians : .removed his office from'Cclijs
Davies's First Lesson I do Zoology. ; Court,by Affidavit made: in this cause that Jacksonville, Sep. 1; 1849. tf When the doctor informed ns1 that ty to* Jacksonville, Duval.CW3.
Eda Smith the Defendant resides out of the .
we i'mnt losethem. we"resolved_' to trv vMn.iiiiveii
do Treasury that he.SoCiilted .
Arithmetic -- --- ---- -- -- -- informs his friends
do School oIV- respectfully
State of Florida, and in the State of Georgia. :
f' Jacksonville Female' lost heard much of '
Knowledge, tuterHE so wit1 him: in the practice of Lull
do Algebra, I do Physiology, On motion complainants Solicitor, Itisordered. ; Committee of Direction have adopted little confidence'there being so much stuff advertised brother, s.W. SANDERSON; .
Ed Smith
That the skid & do appearand: answer '
that is worthless"'but
Burritt's Geography following regulation. we' .are eadt'
very The .firm will
t do Elem Geometry, filed in this v : berepresented; at
Bill Court within .
the Complaint i iI
; :
.I Lincoln's Botany, and Atlas, four months or the said Bill will be taken for The' scholastic year is.to. consist' of'four. 'terms. thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved every term of:the Circuit Court," inthe.seJ'
'/ t Mitchell Geography & I Hedges Logic, confessed -copy of this order be : .of eleven weeks each. I the lives pf both. I write this that others'may! Counties of the.Eastern Judicial Circuit' '.
< Little ,provided published Orthography reading writing and, arithmetic b5 induced use it. Yours respectfully.5;--
i Atlas, Speaker, in some Newspaper: in the.Eastern Circuit CountyotHamiiton, jn.the. Middle (7ckJ;
;i' Parker's First Lessons, WilUrd's U. States, of Florida once a week, for-the of four per term, $4,00. The above with English JOHN WILSON. The Supreme Court 'tTal1ahssee'j! 'j
; : ': .. do School Philosophy I Chamber's Geology, months. space grammar and Geography, per term$5,00.: The Myrtle.avenueBrookI1. ; : Sept:15,1847.LUNATIC U. S.,Court at St..A gustine... ?. 4

P lrker' Rhet Reader, Tuo. DOUGLASS, above with the higher branches of an,.EnglisheducationembracrogAlgebraGeometryHist6ry 'I ASYJbUM., :.'> *.*All_business entrusted; their cir ,V

4 *nd a variety of French School Books, ', Judge o.e.o.Nov. mental James. Cummings, Esq. ;e..oEtii Aiitsin .receive.prompt attention ,j.Q
> natural l, dmlratPhi1osphy; Botany. Address J;p.&S.iW.SANDESSO
: For sale by .20th 1)49.; __ the Lunatic Ay slum,Blackweir&Islandisthe. ; : 1
A. M. REED. I, S SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of the Circuit Courtin Chemistry and Evidences! Geology of jAstrpnomy;>>: Rhetoric,;Logic gentleman, .. spoken' of in the following letter: 'Jacksonville. ',..Dutal ':q-
; I Jisksonvill*, Feb. 2, 1850. tf and for said County.do hereby Certify that the .Chrlstla.nitYLper $6,00 RHEUM4TISM* .. "
>. __ above: is,a true copy of.the original orderjn. the Each quarter>. to be l*,paid c. to' the Treasurer: in ad.. This is only one <6 t.mpre than four thousand -rB'ORD.IG29HE' _i:
7 NOTICE. from the files I i vance. casesl of rheumatism t--Dr..T ownsen 's Bar- : "
above stated case,as appears of said SUBSCRIBER would tf
;: The scholars will beunderthe carefulinstruc- espe ,
I ..... R hate fttraointed: T.: 0. HOLMES our GenVM Court.. ,. fenvile sapariUa nS''cured-The :most sev rcr-8nd :'' 'f6rm'hisfritnd and the
tion oran teacher. .
experienced \ t -! : publicg
: I ", 'eral Agentand tonieytO settle any : Witness my hand and the Provision hasbeeiumade.for: ; instruction; :r in chronic cases are ;weekjy ;eradicated,by;ita extraordinary 'tb..'e,1Jns.rrep red flfe< w* .IOOmi lBba$.

:; And all business: in the name of Palmer' &Ferns.To '. I Seal l.of said: Court at- the La hi. French,Painting and Drawing"audl virtues- -, .::, -_"f' V- linc'houEe. ori Pi 1 .::5treEt."'for the accOw.tionOftratellrandiotEitstbepat. \?

j ;; collect and.receive all debts due the firm'of SEAL. -, .Court House Alligator: & for.which additional charges will be made.The. 'BLiCKWPLL'SJSLAND,Sep :14JlS47. I '!i irowwthoWwho '.:.' -

\: ;i. f Palmer &' Fem"1"b1 Bond-Mortg-.tge-Note. <:(.-tyt.. .; I..K'in said County, this :5th .first. the: ,DR.. TowNSENi,-'J3car5tf.jlhave: suffered .to-visit J cksoii! *
4 deceased .: :. :term commences 8th ofOcto- f rnine 5ye'ars ..may happen j
'alSo for Darius Ferris ., >.,day of Dec. 1849. -- terribly he'J'h.eumatJ
II j otherwise ; Tbebw
or 'business } lth. *.
qer.next.. .:% n- ; ; ple.tJsnrtor-l /
; considerable of could
r having demands agamst"Palmer .. S. SCAR OROUH '. 2 thejimel! .not>> jeat sleep, '
;, p ; All persons .. Applications for.' admission are.to.be made to : "anew5 one'.and; has been recently enlw
'i.g t &Ferris or Darius.Ferriadeceiised, will pre Clerk, C. C. herCommittee Direction.:.(*. or work; ; I had'the, ,!mostciistressing painsanairiy'limbs :Invalids l 'can '::Vfnrnished with '.roonii'i"without

cniesarn! to T0: Holmes.for,pay peat\ and December 15th.l849' ? ,* 4m : ,COMMITTEE cr1_ 'DIRECTION. Vere' .tewiblyswollen.: '.1 hae_used 'firiplaeeaudmayhicertainbtevery ; ]| .

,. aU persons4cbtec to Palmer &Ferni'.o or' pa- .- ; '" ,. Jt M.DANlEIDrIILD.ROLLAND-, four'bottles of your Sqrsaparilla,and they have attention paid to their comfort, :. 1
I' i ritts requested to call on T..q .Holmes. ;1 : : j. t done. me..more than one. thousand dollars-worth
: Fenr1are Noti e' ... is JUo'Vlded1'r'traTellerirrrom: ithe e.o .
t. make payment. ,' : 51 'f .. . .- :. ,.- .JH.rTRE -1- -w. .':: of,good-Iain,.Bonmpli better "ilndeedjiim: : ,
I g'0eu1ementund The will be moderata -
.'IERRIS' subscnber'wisbes to_hire i bj,thojyear j .A.M.REED. en U Yq .at' o'use ,terms, exceedinglr '
i 'I SARAH : !* ll.sr !, ; .are: hbety: .r .. D02f'Jacksonville /
, I" i Adm's: FEBRIS deck ...... .. 1 "_ *i) VJftl( >!?a7 i next, 'thfee;:,or .fo,!r -': Iev..FSWARP' TREASU&ER..J. .......< ..1..,' .. this' 'T;...the' ;>enefitofjh&afflicted.D : ., ...... :. ..Y ,' r .. D) c.'22dl-t849.W&K.S :-.
work :
in his >
good negro.men to. st zithsaw. mill 'hchIiberaI.wagesibrtho oft ... 'i'r. : : .,. .
lit : DAVID.t.PAI.'IER.. 'J'.ir Yoresp ctfuUy < ,. . . :
i i ; -- "
) 1st 1850.': : ,tf' : o \ S.P : ?E1 yei .iJaCQnville, 'J':1ly,7: 4! : i-.'" t'4'" 4cQUt.i9: ;: 7'- WALL:. .. -- .. ,'_ t
'JacVsonvUle'Jari. ..:. :
I _, -' T' \ h wt1be'giveif ..... ., -. I .urn-ANIVS :C tri Ild' iJ1
) .. --.1. --- )ol'. !.Townsend It1vebestemndyJofeinnje
PvnLitHOTi SarSapaiil1 .
\ COMPOUN. D; SYRUP OF i, ....:. ; .fl. : 'U-:'.i ". .'j JAS.B.. COLE. .' ".,,1:- \;. .. .' .' !'.' .1.-' 0 ,I'."B.: .. : ;I, .. .': : mla1nts-.thezeis.. I'I( :of.Taf.an'immediate.CoIgh C tt

:B'A8TINGS. .!-' :,;- ?.,_,Pnrey'sFerq.D.ClaDec.1. ,.. ... ;1849.... ..tLj.__ ..;. THE BOOKS' .of_ subscription to the, capital. .fldSp1.tthg'ak- ;ltb ---ds--; -iu--dAthO, -- nd- !(-.--t .-'::1 S F6jiI, '_ by &. )L

1 cure for ConsUflptiOfl;Decline;Aslhma. ,.;and ". or'" f -..-..' .; -. 'r. ot th 'Atlantlc and Gulf R lRbad.Company and 'debilitated .females that':were prostrated .;: ;2,1850.;, ,

:i L"A diseases of the Chest Lungs: ,";:. ? t will.be>peried itfth'e.Cityroi StrAwgustiueVat -- ,by.,those: i1iseaseS.to Wch/emAJea. : wesubject'were "
: Forsal bf .. :A. M. REED.i 4pnjzdedtqPalmer&Ferrisby! ;;_the office:ofTrm.
}, .. imGARDEN. i >i'::tt, .'... "f.frI }.: '..tI.no'e'or: 'mortgage;\.are/h.e eby Notified 'at' lfie o'clock.A-Mon Tuesdaythe:: day. h''hl; t h..f....". ', ," --- 'k-... or .. .. .. L 'monthsVfl -.date I haH preae '
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: _.,, ;f : : L,that.MiP.;.Fri erAtt' t'Jacb iTin8 fa :uotAutbori of September .exi;and;will b ;6ntinued i open { ''"" \1-e wo 2lthe1Mtyea :: I : ,,coui tsiakd'y ti hiiS to the Ho *:

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