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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: May 4, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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XT rt tranllDin Adrrrusementt not inredwtth iiil hmnbeirin8erton iI i-i Meeting aVTTiuhmhn Yl1i b1l0jn3ie' glory 'aretrampkttzpi'n'bythe-mnjorit.! *. rattori, :'r'; ."-:, and.:see. .t Eow. .' .if .tr"itV..... li!.cos'k ..1 are CaJifojnJa framed, .provided< :nfl.,theTerrii.orieak4Qf.resrq1; ', t .: .
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One jua'for Sti ntbs. corrupiion' .and the lovedf: 'pcwerjipg 1 reality, ch-them,:that the South hare ,1tfitoDorili Shesa. the. 'conseva.. slaperv ,wbtuihpy: .or. :: : +;
Notice to Debtors and Creditor > i l' 00 ibe Sake nT nmla aiitljpluitider/haye) everything Jognin7(fej,4 r titii., n,- fink; lifuit. J;pLrV rD" *vehtr3 -,and form. StateO':s8optCosmtitution: ". :

Application, for Lrtter iof Administration. 5 00 done their' ivork.JJd1auurnanyare.' TtiejgreaCdays'oT; tIN; rib elrtryibiiig; ot lift- ofTandVou'perish'youbae1ementsI I tliwill-bc: !erumj.lOuthiz. :? ;: -". .'

5T All religion notice "ill. be infened' ,gnini03" ," ( ; pasbeL. Shk **. examine" aIewirppjcts4 2| ftLrraJ'd t f Ul i''f' jtKobrtBa1-cbnseT:' :butondijjjcn. !brougb .
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love the Union and j 'fc 4 p'rnp ttv.. i tffjo ii-lrvej: It v"T<'*p" *"*:** riia*"' -. .:-ar..wn' r..J. -_
admmable personal'cumraunicaiioni. wile who have 1O -t.: d2,5OOOOObI.I &i,1 atouJddemcnahze'llLti1f. /1beSciuheru Conitdn .r ".
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U Ail billa for Job Priming. mtoal be paid. on the ering i the -old. wigwam, aridpropliesied { ; .. es $40per.bDleds.. .$100,000,000: .;:.Lpu. naveaprincpie' of 7pluh; .r tn'y iHeilaveiry.; quesfian.iiettlerby ,.iCon-. 'to "

jplircry ol the work.THOMAS. I .that'lbeFe and! then,; thcTr l, 'spirit-;. The 'Bother product :>f : -,, ,,, u.r n.t. g' :of ,f oruptoi( and, g tesipreviously. .1, f If js' not ,' "' .|
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of Free: oilisrn. .,ai d. ..AboiitTonjsin"would : tifet-- tobricc'nnd su- .. sp l'hat''YJt n''fcderaJ B ce Jo"lon-: the results 't ," 'i .
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DRAPER AND TA1&OR.HE be. rebuked- and-.put.. doxvn- "are-- *: .'gar; \ not. llzshort. tffrnfiijponfyoui Go: onj CO'Dvention'wjll i .b'e the instant ,. :..
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wofuliy disappbmted.: The result of or''i' 50,000,000 p'rop-. Yotk. Encourage tion;of the South from the, North &..d..
8UBCRIBER having determined to Hltat meeting ha*.astonished,many here. Here are one hundred':and fifth-mil .andutaitj&WGeelefa; and the 1 J latter .
residence Jack-' willhaveinafterdayi ;
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n,iI1e, returns up thanks permanent to his fellow-citizens 1 he effect of it 'lb'o iightheSdutIi will lions of dollars, -produced in. these: FooritrifiesaS/Abolifibn ihe other equally-wicked4, ''Wd-'"' corrupt_ .the .miseraGlecoiiscousnaIeft.toahe' '. .. .
which has be bad ; far better would) it have been sneered at by 'unnlthe7th -
for the unexpected enlargement States Wealthy"capitalists ; !" -> =i at:-hla been brought,about byjbeii .
Itberto been:bestowed npon"liim, an J assures that' the' meeting had never l eeri.called at'th North, who' urJ likewise ieng Soutfrhas cnljoose: fronvyou;, ahtlthese.men t-0 wr -Wrong-heaaedness-. ,

hem that in future he trill spare no exertion. or htdck. '. rSnch ged'ii 1 TheKattelript 16 ]' lnn portion of 4 ;;can:- turn_ _; 1'-IJbeir attehti--- \! f i.to'yott,andyour' l1n dmixirI.wjthwIiat h. .meddling J! : _'" .
oftheir tteieving cOncerned.th.ein7
:o merit that A continuance his" putltion'hIl8 patronage been well established chaps as those Vhn' Qnducted'the the: Uniontvhich. made them:princes i property.Foiirierism iB: worse not, and. JR, violating: ihe Constitution,of: .. ;;. : ;'

in St. Augustine an,l this place, as, a su.'rrIQf .Tmmnuny Halt inreiing.have. 'in 'wealth. On the other hand, 3:what.: \V ithy'tthan, in:::Paris;' .IGr reele3r'has J the FetleralUuinnwblch/. as?, f
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cutter an J maker he bept leave to n- lurl'4nt g .10 lose by a separationv tie( do. the North produce and export 1.1 I realystrt 4 fora1:free path' and n:free moreio protectithe"manoriiy'thativ.lhe-:; ; .
TO all who might be disposed i to favor >outhern troth the Niith.ri States:- Why,.the **hole exports of'the Nor; wash-house. Hisrnext"move/ will be' rn ajorityfo; -* % ***'T'W- 2 '*
iim with their custom, he-is able to furnibh- 11 for a free House : ftn attercanprotectthcm. '
Plunder them Baling t'nnd'tl.D". free"Ioffgfnghduse
of and finish has beenihetrlife-blooJ-' or-f ree States. are not v..r. selves :without it. 'PATBicKi'HENRr. /
ruentsofanykinJ t\cut equ.il'o .
; any that can be procured in Savannah or they have live.bn it-and a dissolution'; millions at ;he'outsiile Now fortY-I ,>.free'clbttiirig:establishment ; -.4Vr *_- 4. -y .* -- ---- --i'5' N

hr1estop. of ihe Union would father improve their ,-oppose -separation' .: Tho. exportsiii I n.Dd vbf)'is to pay foiit1 NOD, DOG EXPRESSES- ARE ;VIXEDPAcrsotnno';. -,,' : : 1
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Having; taken the vhop formerly occupied as chubces'for the future 1 'than'thereverse- from the North. of manufactured goods, I of properly, .Toujfprioitwill, end W,"hareeen th m urs Jv s' f.'* ". ,t
[he Post Office, he is now ready to execute.with "' : : 5fba'r doctrine:j isthatthe: tb ;
would raajo iiy'mustgrover.iifa
'b.e-ctit dfT aoiie'occnsionrn-theetremeNorh.
They own'i;, o property ; they have' nohouei ent rely 1iercdtdn I J'I
|J>oljia.rottplitu4e: All garments all orders n're that warrinfe-I iu.ty be to entrusted fit. ;:iand* are 'not.' 'engaged'either'in? ..manufactures'ouM be r ined.O e. k .T -n*U v"r'th*'e i. ;n pedy-''can. ouf->. vute'.yotf'-- west;, :Tfet n i 'fi vv'The'train : -:{.f : i

THOMAS ANDREU. ; ciimrrierce, agricultureor rnanufactures.." half, the nhinaiif.o'f'her'dornestic.exppriswould : ten to.(one.- ou are trying' to .apply'.the } arrived: ri.Moriy'kst' tt .
Jacksonville, Nor. 10th 1849. 6m But how have : p prirrtifJlelb! :South; YOu: on'Jt wi ithai3avy> < from.S fir
i ii it.with'thl'nierchantSjishipT i to be l lopped "ff.l jibe South urge P1I' Pembina and ; ; ;
-- "'wncrs and who < ould manufucture ,I h e majbHtyj wbkh'isin TrSatei to the Selkirk] 'settjement 'distance '; : :
men have 'somethurg r. herselfShe 500 -
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.lnck..nr,ill B"; F., at ao ufie! / iS'p matter wbeth rih'eye' has all .the materials 'andirneanstQ; <1 6t downtheihth of the So ih in the I !.Hesr Snnws' 'iireTerJortedr'very deep ._-..!I :

COMMISSIONEP.: OF Dr.EDs for Alabama Democratj='o; W higs. (Let them,.pause' so ; she'can ado Jt cheaper;; .she has'tbe,; .Un1on' ;an"d'deBtroy Spothern Insiitutio'risarii .In- the north- 'The ihree dbff! *havinff* .! t 1
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Georgia, Suth Carolini, North Carolina -nowj while it i is. .yet time and think .before 1 I rfaw 'material on. the'spot ;! ihe'Haif water -i prr1f1'j'Sdrith understand i m-"3de5OmIlesu'day.somedys werd/ -7 j
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they 'act. The Southern 'Suites power unlimited,; hbor; cheaper, i .t he'n[ i ( 'j Ucb fatigued at:the en :lQf1lielr""Jlur. t i
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Virginia, Pennsylvania, ask' it. > They have warned their brethren" eiiher whit or slave ; 'she has ; .. ff being i fed, laid'dvnn1h'0e r'harnesses f

Connecticut and 1i88i-ss ppi. of 'the. North ; will they heed i it,
Jan.l 1850. -ly.U. while there is time to>ave Ih Unioi:1J'' :h s-s'.ror.the.h: rer ; fuel J i| cheajper.She niotives-for in saviiigtKemselv es": rest. moving tKeif 'ifeei,1 while iilefpin;'oD :
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D. IiBiD5MCATTORNEY There. vast difference between war- : then'4ias no' 'expense -of Mciriagej'1'i assured'they.lave you if SJ If they cannot;, t thelrsJdes--as if they'were. stillrtrarel !

", 'liingand menace. The.:outh 'hirve,' transportation, freight, -, or (Northern;: .tib J< -l.c*th,ih ithey' 'arefprepafed'to"sep--'.: h n1g. -Their;sledge is light( board; ; t

thus far, only '*poken the former The: charges and commibsionsrtd pay. This prate from' ,a *ec too; iliarar. olind;and : s vitbsidesioitofzgreen: ; hideinaking.prwtur: {
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AND former article would 'I .Will. ndbsid.- y .tJ" -S: a sort ToTopeh shoewith J
? of tho fr 'eStatesthemerihanl6,1 sacetffe"Southmi1lins 1 S ; ; a \ I Ingiipinfront
C u0 *.llor at Ij a tr. And manufactures of these Stats, I per'annum, i>y'' being*brown manufactnrer. ;'j 1 .Even'on.higheTgroundjJt u' ..he :1nteest > n1 : skate' .fathjpn:::lTn d 1 "- I

JTTTILr.,'practie44o-ihe several Courts oftlm -h ave,their' all' nt- ---haz.trd.- 'A feiv:monthsmay .' .fl'herG! is .not-an article made of i tliefreJid4lo'undNew! ..Eng.: sledge! '.contanined: the 'mail,''and prpvjsipnji -
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a t;: t1aNorth, l land,States Vo unate-\\'ula.ibc Southern: 'foj edo ndl "
I VV Eastern Circuit,and in the t oul1 ie oflillaborough bring'aboat ti iseparallonTsp c"imipleie whchcanw'tbetuanufn'i) o jnw | incari ." -c. .
and Benton of the Southern Circuit and so paralizing'to ;them, that I tuied : He.r. in, opposing"t theAVeslertii J Looking 'to &c ptbere; "Defng no. \welRin tb*' --i I

of Florid.t. they would give half their fortunes to mountain ranges are,well calculated r; tne, .futureJf the South-leaves the Union stop; iivfiu-inaoy 'aifcir e l;miles I ; ::9 i* : .l

Tampa Bay, Octoher'2Sth 1849.noT.17. have the opportunity they'now have of I g razing. Shecan raiso 'shep:'enough. what "chajjce do4 t lie'' ich Eastern :and jof.the.menf halfbreeitir;'t ra veled" adtoi .

CHABLKH '. 'C'OOPU-B., averting the thieateiu'd catastrophe.The .- to supply woollen manufaetuies withal L ;:Middle States i stand;against '"the" overwhelming the dogs-fland th'e other: ,witlf aPstfckf .f ri

A T T-0/.R N E Y South have counted the cost of a) .I they require to make cloth for_ liomeconsumption. : vote eft be,Western ? None. : t oT driveth nTanda. 'rope to liold; haclr

'2l 51ro'"n. separation, and know the itIUe'-r.1he I .' For furniture she Has i' The Westcontuibuteiunhing to'the revenue the sledge' down hiU'came belitrid.-; 12 i, i.; Jf

( r.ll o r n* ..a w.HAYING Qttioii to,them, if the North are to continue wood for all these. purposes. In New : of the Federal .Union,: bat'th y The dogs'are' sharp' t eared, a,-litTU ';''af f f

the aggressors. They love..the. iork black walnut is higher.than. ma 'need, annually, million to bo spent upon .' bove'medium' size;and' looked!iuuch'like ,. ,;

resumed xclusirtly profession.to its practice will through-vote Union, hut not enough to sacrifice their, hogany., ID. .be.South. it.vjs 'cheaper: .their favorite'scheme iriternal im.'provements. wolves. We'hai'e; been Ihus" paWi1aeu.describngthistraveThng "- ,

[(tit the Extern Circuit -Florida..' tights, and all that they1 ')hdld/dear'under .. thanpinie. She has .manu/acjurs>fcarrta'ges' lou need noo'e ; .but they i : : 'ennipagei.fe'f

Jacksonville E.Fla, Nov. 10th 1849. irs Constitution, for the mere name : .ana produces,every article, 'will! drain you for ,this i purpose -they, knowing tpaititsrill! .seem. noveMq'joleaders ,. .,; .
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--- fir being in the Union. Every day convinces necessary, to finish.them inn.stylecqua T j hnr.e the votes' ; and.without 4he ,South; miheSiatrsi. .110. ,;

NPECER&flAKEfl, .'. them, that the Southern.Stitesr: to the North. She can-make the l leather -' ..toconserve andact:: with you/theycan; :G ..H .._ The.Maril'rer. ;

&ttomrg0: at ZUto, would be:gainers by the dissolution of she needs,,for: bark .is ;cheaPer than. nd will do It.-fotthey iiave.the majority: ias) Republican.criiicis! s with'..so m 6.' -

.Jnelu'oD.1"illr, Fla. the_ Union. The presses of the North at the North, and cattle are, abundant Blind as you ared -noLsee that it_ is 's ev i'y the.conduct i of General Houston .. -. : '

practice iu the several Courts in the' are. deceiving! the.people in ,regard toihe Artizans'would crowd to .the South;for ,your true policy rto'sustain the South,. ,- in.!leaving his' seat. 4 14;$_ tie : enaie.andjreiuriung ._. i;
WILL Circuit ot Plow la.; 'iu the U. i feel mo in the.South. Theyare- their they would ,tind employment I 1 aid: ,her institutions ] ny; even to increasing to.Texas at.a lime".3- -whenihevVptesjoJ.Sputhern 1 j

S Vtstr ct Court; Northern istri.ct ofFIOriLLj ing it wilfully. The Southern' States, adequate compensation..:. Her ,ports the vQtes of the:slave,State?,.rather Senators are"'$ j .

tbe\Jpnme Court. at Ta11h.issee; intll'ro t'. through their presses,- are not heard at would be filled with s1nps'of" her'own. ',. : jhan.to dfminiah "t.hem"for'yo1r.own much'.needed." .The'EepubJfcan.acouiiiat ; : ., 5 o" I
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Government Connes.s at Washington.fh'cVeparf'm"nts the North"!>ave in the Herald, their and her trade'. would be- with all the eventualvSecurjtyiagainst, theY.; x the'pretext .General JJoustoi s:Tpi; '

Jos. McHouEltT Bcti:.. S. SPENcER. tone is not re-echoed. Hence, tho. world ; for she''produces whatolhercountnea ; Gentlemen -t.tb /'Noltht,rea'L well I leaTfng" Washington. toTint\\tl elllpessj y :.

Jan: 049. ly .mischi'- at is about 4o ensue. The need_ and ,must "hare. .She :these.plainfand 'practical views, Ipfjiis .wife! and'say' s1tiS'nptoria J's that -,

-- Northern papers are deceived. if not I would have \sources pCievenue 'ai ..superiortothq :. :and jheri decide>hether the Union'of:, Mrs. Houston: In the fines, health._.. -

PII 11.amtrm I P F It A, S K II,, crimimiliy trying deceive, at this.cri i- Northern republic, even if ,value sufficient for you braise. your voices i.J :The*- Republican >charges-that the:Sena- .' t i

.& 'l1)m.mY. tii 1. 'i i .Southern papers have ho Circulation thej( iEf,Stales 'should keep"logelhef? as ; and act.energetically' protecting tor 1 left his, place .:in- order> "tc" *Ja-r ge- a r "

'. .A ''D in the.free :ti.tes.; The voice one republic ; f'Jr.then'. her ,revenue', the \crighi of the'Southern'States, which 'direct- ,!vbte ,'ipOflthadtflf3iOrj of'Caii-1 # t

iCounntUbr atJACKSONVILLE 1LiUP,. of.the-pre""es of th ,South is, therefore,. would be: spent in' her- U\\'I1-'t'ordersi F ;have been'guarantied,.to.I hem,.as,members .-. forrjia, particularly i -s-ns...lioJdr: ,-' -., !!

FLA. >ilmr.'d, or rah; unheard: out of its while! now ev under. the federal fipv-!,1 of the Federal ..Union- ;>We are 'counter: fo.bis.coUeag! !e (!Cieneraj Btisk}'. :.

WILL attend to any professional business 'own IjorJeis. Tiiey have no central I eminent, honebtly ndrrtiubtereH the'l, :nota natipn r Aye ti are.a'jFeJerai.l Uriibn i ioftharty 'aVd'hlfihg ifresh.,. dui", i upon' himself.] i
to him in the Courts of the : -
Extern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts' at; organ or pres, which echoes their, .sen- slave) 'States contribute far more towards sovereign Staie ,each':staje ha-V: CI1B -i AN,i.AMBASSADOR- > b ; !fSPAiN'AND

l\iU.iha&ee. lie has abo sack Jinudvantiueouscoancction I unensfceliii,. wishes, their cause*. |K support of th 'Uilio.'r "'ihari.the fifteen I i its rights. TheSoutherriStalesare.nowfacting ; [COMINGros! .TIt '..tlNriisp ..SxATEs..By -' '

with an able Liwyernt Wosh- o cothplaint, and the justice they want free 'States. Tl millions are' 1 together. '<;Vouxmiglit-force; ,,by rt.; the European-are,a'd. vised,:that ,lhi .;
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in h'isTi.iQ.ts cefl ctica Mgaiust of such.the cUims Uuited its inly States.be pkce. <"i 'North sneer.at any danger, and ace dai- the Ni>th.. Let,me; ask .again,;wherc, ;1'"remain in the Uni(n.: .You wli!ptifprce; !'000,006jreahLforhe,purpose.oJplaci"g: "

Sept. 8th,1S49.. ly .}Iy engaged-in 4ullingitnep: pla* rthe tleJr. .States'areio' deiiye IhVir. 'revenJiS ,-:)1 a \ "'seelipnlpf! ,States l. rcornprising; .)bet. 18J D 9f"Cq ; ;.: 'per. :
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a .:security, ..Say.'what e except :f1' laxatiomThe ; :dejence,:and.Conn ts.Miraol i was about -
ChARlES( ( E \V A A.L they 1tnii'it, tfritf'momehfthereby! "n rth' atmot impeit".-nor ',hlm7 main iD.aIUlli n." -* : -acting! ,'worse" f ,embark ,at-Cadez, & for ,HavanaJjP'ot i'Q

AUc'rI1LN31R. .' pie of tlii rteen'Soiitheirn"'Stated are rell; individual: farmer can purchase 1iore I Itt ::tiaiituny tvrantofa .na'n cOJclra ,. t sef the orders.of 1 fie,:;Spani! h.Cap'pet. ;\. ;
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'" JACKSONVILLE, E F. dy'fiir a outherr.C.! rtnmo 'ild ripe' pbe can'paylforvithchis"produce.We J; without1 thsheddingof i oceans c>I14604, .. .carried.in'Q,efi-ecV.afterwhich 1

4o r Si-LES Tespectally in:ny solicited.J4c4 part fij the. County- attendedalld to carry s dfeliheratiori-lntoeffei-tf even will thereforie, staje/thayheJ .tjb., of-which:ihe'freetSiates: .wonldlbe, :.pt ,\vascharged.to:proceed pn a specialmission ; f

,YUle May 6,1 848 .-. Kor should' 'tfiffiist re olutfon'be' :the solemrLanil in,round numbers' expo rt forty milliojjs: tobleed, quite i ;as freely aSithQ.! :7 r! ,: : to thejrcsideaiofjha: !
1 serious 'bfcie from'the' She j than jier jps l sut.; .iArr yOU prepated.fordus 1-,' State: >1 '* V. J
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AGNt Y' one edibg i can irnpoTt-no : ; ,', :, ; ) : ; :-/7. ....,. I
free'State"nV all! liakardsand.fpreverianrL i portS>x Sne.f.ls fofccrHojprjt>tafrevenue .Iryoua: e not, .t hen:be.> .ot,de'eeisrea. .' EkpEnTiFiaiyc A"cadet l.
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DR. S. S. PITCH'S ,4he"8econd resolution-n&t s&'soS'J .l on* all her Imp3ttShUfldrCdS1Of: *the .10, he;perir i W-whi ,:ycui l J eripjacc*:!.. j.from WesfPpint tffa'fi! ierid'in*" writing Mobile- i r

CE bE organizt? V Rejblicfth e 'most iaMrtant'art!jcles.'afiJife; ,are:Jfld.i i } tiily;i 'iheUiaoii* : JI .uJ !t !))1j siys'tb atXJtieo rjUiof.'ii;*

BPID" }.IEDICJNE',_. '' I, fuiie Tree. :) ocr pifr cent, whicji e youjd, pnly 'theSduth.? ';,Lherisp1b ,'tome. ;guo"battery;'the* command "'\ &t i..J. .
Used, hi rtf A dist iashea" la : 0ihei i. t but oealtetp ativelefi. ; '
success" the x'au 1 OOi r tmd.tiQ-imlt be'ii Z give her;a'-fevepue of.sixieen! .' .millions.P f .f :,Ufite1wor uDd"9f'eaitridg st.: 'Tf '
qf .irdiatb'; 4be 'SotbtChventsotviIl' us' : ''q'I.! e: 8uuibfiu: ivttrntrc f :will be no eomprom1,8 .{?fThe Spulh a.re : I'

Coughs, 'GoDsumplion, .Catorrb L, ... r at 'Nahil1' ,i l'1J tftfDitr *, x:U. *!t''1' ."p rt. j I.t9.! ,n_!. firm;, ; efoVelja>?? heymstiieac.' j, pieced ea'rr! gpta1t were smontejyheofti1 r tl i :

Asthma, Heartsia .ThesDj" a nd,th en'a:JiSng ooldlrrtghi to b&peei?. ;: them.:to..- be,w.the-... Gotiqrrhoe e Jc. 1 and ir'o'f ijeif fast l/.fc[ ,right s- are respectedL'heyimust Mv! ; f
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Dr. S. S. 'SupforiertpShoulder\ becruently fi t1B ; j'the'bl Od'1J |t-retfiareu.must ** i warifrit"'is.-.tCircea1' r T,d1ef Soutkto.keep-' 'very.auestioii".finality\ :fhe Solithern.L'i ;the 1 V--i-wf l'r\ToroPr lcbated: .' ; .
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t !iton Consumption*!jJ,! i.v 1 l.. -aranementcnbeaccmnplishea.fr4f A rur tts.ofNetv' -'; 'York* >-"P'''sjfP*""1ft andPiIadeiphist' | l I.": ;rasstd iTnsuh ;nd J'JD ntecTJIiJo'gJt ;bfrbhe: ; ingfo1toca6e "
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.m fptsetpmJJ. ; z1i. -'A'tt.* -. Let tbe'b lt'- 'disunion-ohcb,be star: l ff wool.d te Jt bnrtpftfud pom t.mercaIciiies heir'D1 tntSet;;B-the.Of'f JhLqb. ? ,batterywmpJeted( ecbnHs.ahdihohole < ::

I 'Ji"IIJ', tg 1 DlS--' d *--*"' tedandit: _cft.not',be .topped.'.TLet:the .ubenblBamllPl:; :" and, :er llG Ve nm ni..1t.V.Ib.iir.gt rf 5 'dischargeswithinthcmlmvnr; thtwt t: "i' t t

., 'J4c.. : "'.. j-. ",,.".'' South;o cei-taste disunion, andrextermination'only ruined i .,''.-'>*'Gras ,wouldjgrovv. jn; iufci .i ingthonteaitI, .cbIodedjyrat'r .Y.t '"-".,.. "--e_ .' --, ." ." -l ..:: ..' _, ''1
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1 h ve.been- ;Ji "poin ted Agent, prthe ral of cnn check iti1Souihefcfleaders t jvpujd Vrotatryoo.r i overjtd: etf of- )\,uea.q&he t Qt e J: t Su EIDE&oV,Sjivzsbzra Pasv i t 'J o- 5": .
the aboyo Good? a jrti. ke.W -.tJi_C ntdi -; '.I (as they are cQlIedatlheNorih l : ) wharvesfV* 1GoJonithtff_! >* and.thejree 6r I Jy; s.c. l 't k, T.h 21 I J .: :reieaJi. ; : f t
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Tampa.Taap*D3 Bjty 1)g FU.v ..i ,1rL Wrthirai1.r. '!(' t f canaotHcct Hapdeniniglaw ; iilfiame Dd 1t i 1itf ft enericeoFlheUuiQn f ;d 1P 1P. nip4wj1chea tf :rPeansylvamalaw_ .of.J847, whi. "i'1: .

t .. '-.* .. -. 2 1h-4\ft.--D."QI'Do'"..} might as vreH have trido;'to'stop the:re* -;(eij( j K u1 !i )f ; na1re. ;.,lent't.either:' ouse,;t a h f; J !.Ui n.ar t tJ!' ., : J"V.

D"rliFit.cb'8i oct TOto'MctherSjin .IJnrwz wljatloa5'Wh1ci| >)t r| \.iifiih"eK b id1tfifl f. ,f'i ,that,'; .- ypar. > ,.ut..,DicUi 0 forpOUDgU1Lb,1Ifl4 Ii : .(Biitle .t, ,oriMirubeau. Job! !!" y(,1i. 1tt.\a ',WJUtI..o q :u."m ( ,n." tngjtiva* 1 ,{ n y'p .:I.
" ructiODI .,the Msuiai ot dbik the fieBcb hnfoi'ibe : CbMeiitbe Senate,or Gidding Sing \.lIa810 ... -. i ?
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Tbe trriter of lie following.. :
i .commarTication : (be late EI lo the rfe--- ,_ \ .
k ) ,'wbich vr--:take-fiomitbeiNew: :;Tolce .or the people..ot J :;that ,State, against -' ANoTa",:;..' -!I,.*VV ,......IKMAH.-;-, J.:.WNICIPA.''''.,._ _,,; .- .. ; j:b ea' pteeit.i frog Lir

I:I V "YoikA Journal<< 1 of'Cc tnmercc/lias: '"C'm* the outhern.inwbntinn; says : B.JYV3OBOCJ1f4flON. a. ; .tbe:Coav atwa':Wa:Ct !tfc|"KJJ
tnencid", useful 'Study that' of "In wnSlate : --bot> '" "." "-' -"" : : d Swtto.: 1 :-7;"*
) very our,:< :we.ah ldl.tok with, "" 't" tern ... ftftiM! :4Fl '.....
the comparatiTe resources of the' North 'perfect coifidenceVf ::a-':similar' re ;.., '&- %iJ aT flingFiinSmik( Ocala. ,..,'for. .tfeie purpose eteTeeti., g '>- :.,

and the South supporian independent suit." c'r JACKSONVILLE.APRILIJ2V., 1850.. : .., ,Cockle, Capt.:John? .Smith_ wbirb rtacb- -gates';to ihe.%abvlec; : O i
government, and he come, b! an i infali-'. .- \\ ]1, suppose we .test this matter, .ed hereatalate..ho: urIaa.pigbt,.wears.

't: .ble proces, to the conclusions i tha't.byit :. *with."" reference' ,to FJodi.J! 't1lal. V ;j .'.' he.. pfficepfthe,, > ,inTeceiptfaur: oapomleneIetteT I ;; take- wfitnaskthnHigk. ,: JOtaf,.
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I I '. self the North' \Vnold''poort and by, very- > easily:; I done.! ; An election! is 'to- been.moved, 'to,Capt.. IJEDWITH'S: brick! !j-o J r:: 1P D a:, :fofldw: per,l to retarn my, line!!!.tkask*to Jjeitize&s
itself the South would be ,rich. ..lCbe''Would come 'fina, few' months : < of ihe> ; ; who did :the '
V throughoutthis ; building, in,'iheihir':: orj.fo Bay: 1, g:::' JOr! r nM: a t icn : e:- ate. '
extend his inquiries little'further State, for7a ;member of Congress V .,. uiswne4jndjan 'Cb1t BihIyBowIehieiUbCr ,
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r that, left to itselfjthe! ,North:has nojrominou -. propose in finofthe: Southern: Convention }." ThVnsequencc' f moving: the: by,"Ie'p: pte'or"t tfeeU States,. .. .
I bond of union, while the South is to support a 'candidatei! ,for Con-, *- s Jf-.' '*... M----:. '3....'.-. -* prevented: raay aiteodeRce i and ce
office. and th. :;absence. of thpEdit rah.. : ('i, .J: ,4
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linked !like institutiomi and .- > ," ..- t VV4RQAMT4oNt myNhamble efforts
tnge'lber'by : gress, and candidates for the legisla I boting :'towards, ..i-
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week -will for the of I IEditorial .
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a .eoont' deficiency .
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I interests and formed for '
naturally union tore State dl of whom t
througbontlhe ., V. & protection of the>oath frosa them,..
I the her and the usual variety mat "In, :. Bowlpgs, meB1VCbsefio.imuch :
by completeness ferpurcea shall have been supporters of the Nashville -.1 <
of Northern fanaticism i 'T
and the compactness of her position. \ Convention. Let *be Sentinel rai ter. V We ask the indulgence of rreaders No-hiepus: --dam Esta.Chiateborne ces-C: f
love :"heap man cheat'em this explanation 'will)
V 5S White! J.tl.raet"l
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DISUNION-Is there not Messrs.- Disunion, and charging. those as > : T .relpf'ritaDYt /4 t

t 1 Editors, too great ah ;inclination! at the "liaitors" and '"disunionist.who are Rew/ 9aell. V ." much :A11 gone-btepqe ,Your obedient servant, VV

"North, to undervalue the capacity of ,in favor of the Convention, support for .A splendid Stage Coach,for the Jacksonville che!. White man buy fcuccaSotvv: me .JOHN ,BROWARD
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the South to carry on a seperate con o gentlemen opposed to this VL6revol.tionary" and Tallahassee'line-of Stages [ ;
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:--moiipy heapl. : Boy p.wdrrpl'Tfty ,
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t t i no fear of separation the South, for who are opposed to the Cdnv iitio .- $I .'" '" ; '
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f States V In short, is there not a sentiment support,of all \'bc'-ar in favor, of it, foi on the line now are such as willat--. find &gereUrri'biltj.'em !' Git sick btr! the purpose of nominating a candi4'I.for' .
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prevalent at the North, to the effect our ticket, we are willing .to risk the tract the greater portion' of travellers much Ingin cry-like no git Oketucky 1, Die very so"n ,Congress; [think! its high !ilmj I ;
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that the South is afraid to'push chances. The friends of Gov. Brown
from buzzard' 'em I IV should .be (done, or'immediate']step.b
t Middle Florida the eat Heee-e.yab
by pleasanter
issue, well aware of'her total ruin, with. think be has been unfairly dealt by f Jt r tr '
out the Northern cnnnection 1 'If this Let bis, friends bring out their candidates shorter and .cheaper route.of Jackson taken and a day and place desigu'twhen

1 $ be so, then is a careful and dispassionate supported by the Sentinel upon, ville.Q7". Oadsdea lIcellBlr 'and where Convention V i1j..

examination necessary, as to 'the effect this issue. His opponents will bring out RICHARD. The WashmgtoYi, ifnion. 're-pablish' assemble.. .As- ,the Ian, .:ConVentioD" ,v..
upon either section, of a separation, their candidate upon the same issue.- AI. YOUNG,C?, Illinois, the proceedings of the GIsd n Meet held at Madison- it:occurs ;to met iit'is
whether 'peaceable and mutual or Tbe will decide the a Democrat, was pleeted.Clerk. of the ,
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produced people at with the ( >
log, prefaced ollowing'letterfrorrfour 'bat 'and( fair that the
I and continued in violence and box. House, in place of T. J. CAMPBELL, de V right' -.: ,- prea11nye ,
Senators t iionsIouldVme iat *the.I, i
i 'enmity. This examination would require V <
; We make this proposition to the Sentinel ceased. -
S than Washington, March 1St!, 1850. Mineral Spring and' V tan early daas ''
S more room ordinary newspaper and to Gov. Brown's friends.- : ,
S space, and hence can only be Surely they will advocate and acquiescein (p* The Democrats ,have elected a GENTLEMEN:-We have to request possible, say on the lit.Monday:i,

slightly touched upon in such medium.In it ; foi the Sentinel is perfectly confi majority of the City Council Cincinnati -that you will} publish the accompaning June the 3d., 'This will give_sofiScf-i

a peaceable separation, it may be4pposed dent an to the "result." The risk, too, ,. IV proceedings of a public meeting in Gads- time for the whole Statto be.advisd,
-&' that the present commercial would be all on the side of the Democrats den county,, Florida, which you may

j relations would continue without any for there is no doubt that everyman IQ- The amount.e.of treasury' notes rest. assured" recrements Me general tone and for each. County- 'to- ,;bold..meetief J ......

J1; change; possibly reduction of duty who should be elected on the An outstanding on the 1st of April was of the public mind in ')Florida.: "Gads- and appoint their delegate, to. s iii j

1 on European products would ensueand ti-Convention ticket, would ben Whig; $740,000. V den-county is a populous and: wealthy Convention' and no time ctn-be It.3J

: a mall duty upon Northern productionsbe while:on the other side, as there are county, and wields an impoita'nt'.i'lflu-. theannouncement
laid 1 The President has .recognized in the actinu'of the State. at, once making ta
By many leading politicians many Whigs in.favor of the Conven enc; political
however. and amicable. C..H. H.. Consul of Hanover The balanced ia the calling upon the Democracy in' n&
\ separation tion, it is not quite certain.that, all successful Papendrick parties are nearly ,
is deemed impossible. The more on that side be Democrats.The .-- for the State of Wisconsin, to reside county, and comprise in their ranks county tn appoint their 'Delegates.
S violent decide that hostilities between of the 'ablest men of Flori jl
Sentinel might therefore not only at the city of 1 ihvauki some public A. DEMOCRAT OF'DUVALV
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the two sections would be inevit able.- have tbe consolation of seeing elected da. The meeting was a general one, V H;3:;: !

The more moderate look only to feelings Whigs whom it supported, but even CHOLERA AT HAVANA.-By the U.'S. without distinction.of parties; most of : .IIIC''f'IIc.. "

\ of hatred and enmity. If we.supposed Whigs'whom it opposed.We frigate Baritan, reports are'received that the leading.citizens oif the 'county were A writer; i in,:the National! -. Isitethgi i :, I

r the latter carried into action. make this suggestionin all set the cholera present, and participant; land.as the cer, after mentioning the.fact.that JjHun.

I the first step of the Southern Union, iousncss, and .wait anxiously to learn was raging at .Havana,on proceedings are mai ketl,with entire unanimity John' Quincy Adams died'at l]
11 would doubtless be a heavy tax on.all how.it is received.by the Sentinel and the..9th inst., there were 300 cases and ,.they' may be regarded as representing !

Northern industrial protections, and an Gov. Brown's .friends. The 'Sentinel 150 deaths from that disease. the voice of the whole coun 'Naiio Capitol, says:

export duty on Sugar, Cotton, Rice, says the people of Georgia' have condemned ty. : Tile president. cf the meeting is adistinguised u The fact is worthy of note that tl

i Tobacco, &c. destiney 10 the Northern the Southern Convention. And APPOINTMENT BY THE PRESIDENT.Byandniih I member of, the.wbigpar.ty! ;, building which" Mr. Calhoun dirw

: Union. On the other hand, the industrial says, "In our own State we should.look the advice and consent,of the Senate. the secretary, of the democratic party i ; 's built, for the nse .of,the Concriesig
of would be Charles. Gutter I and the committee divided the United States, and vat used at tl
I. productions Europe with perfect confidence for a similar result .to be.navy'agent equally, as.to.
f admitted at a rate uf duty much below :." -Neighbor, 'j( you do not sustainour for the naval station at Portsmouth, their,pany= complexion. V V V ,CJpitol'during the buildir.g of'da
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I the protective taxes of the North, and suggestion, and thus secure ff vic New Hampshire. Your obedient servant j edifice; after its destruction by the Br\

( 1..' na export duty be laid upon Southern tory for your friends, some may think V DLyLJLEF ; tish troops; and therefore, the'vral. ,
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: products furnished i in payment. One this assertion was made for, effect-you V No MORE TER8ITORv.-Whillt'tbe V V JACKSOii MORTON. V witbinwhjcb.be, drew,bis ]all bred..

1 of the effects of this system would be, yourself notbelievingit. Mexican' in there V, V have often echoed id his voire, as-.poai'
war was
to encourage _the smuggling! of these progress' were The States _V ed urt.\r. 'thb, deTeifceoThii pritci
: foreign goods into the NotCh, where duties .Foote and Benton. many in V the country,j particularly at the In the course of,a speech recently V pies in that-rapid.;tdrrent bf eloqneasand

5 : were so much higher. But the serious Correspondent of the BaltimoreSun North, continually.crying out against delivered' in the.:House logical reasoning; which tboogh]
effects are two : one the privation gives the following version of the having,any more Territory. We had of Represent a: might fail t.. cohviflce, never failed. :i:
t Foote and Benton affair lives by tbe Hon S. R. Thnrston he "
: f H of cheap-Cotton, to the Northern Man : land enough. It was then contended ; electrify bis hearers. ,,r
i ufactl.1rets-tlu other the privation of a : Mr. Benton, after being twice voted gave this information i in relation to. the .to'/.

: most valuable market of eight millions down, proposed fourteen new amendments that.an increase of our widely extended' extent, of,the various, States of tbe Union !Elf-CII.. .f Clerk .,lfc...B.... .f Bcffi

S i of consumers, for the innumerable man- for'the pupos as be avowed, of Republic:.would be very.i injurious.. Now in miles H'.lall* .
ufacturera of the North, such as cotton tblowing obloquy on tbe author and signers these same men are urging; tbe admission square : The death of Mr. Campbell mats

J I ; and wollen good, hats, shoes, C ibinetI of the Southern ..address. of California .with -indecent haste. Maine Vermont 35,000.8:000. Delaware Maryland 2,120 another et- Ii..n ,of Clerk V necessary.We .-..
I 11,000
I, S ware, -clothing &c. Some of which Mr. Foote remarek that the Hon., New .Hampshire, 8,030- '.VirginiaKonhCarolmu_ 61,35 hope this,lime that Mr. Forney

f.. wouldofcoure be smuggled ; but the John C. Calhoun, who. was in his giave I FIRES IN Nfcw ORLEANS.-The New Massachosetla._ .7,250 45,500 Pennsylvania, will -be the Democraucandidute
-: main partion of which, would be imported and the cause of mourning with.the U- Rhode Island "1.250 8outbCaroIlnuoO : l and will receive the unditj-j
\ I- under nominal duties from forign nion, was the author, and that he would Orleanspajters continue give accounts Connecticut V 4J750; Georgia ,*000 'ded support of the .party. His zealflj

countries. If again, ships of other build live when his calumniators and ,detractors ,iitcendiary fires !in that city. On the New New:.Jersey York 46000.6.850. ..Tennessee Kenuzck: 44,000 37,6bO the cause of democracy, and hls6na1and'

were nationlized by the new Union, I would) be consigned to oblivion:and 14th.there were beveral buildings con Pennsylvania 47,000 Louisiana .46,431 able advocacy of the constituliWrights .

4: -there would soon be an accumulation I contempt-and who, said Mr. Foote, suined, which had doubtless been set Ohio 39,964' Missssipp1' 47,147 of the South, wrll.menu. '"i 4I

i of enterprising ship owners, resident is thus aspersing his memory !f-a gentleman on fire. Lafayette thesame work is Illinois Indians .' 33.809 'Al b. ma' OO,712 token of their approbation. In our .: .
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be had who calls himself the oldest Senator : .ionju2'licet policy, and gratitude co.
:. : where: good employment was to ; i Michigan 56,243 52.198 .
on.A
going man was caught in the V
\ S ami such would also be tbe result as a man who- Iowa &.9t4 Florida 69.268* bini-d; d..maudbat he should hare t '
: respects numerous species of industry V Here Benton, with a violent crushof act setting fire to Alderman:Ebinger's WisconsinV. 53,874 V .- VVV office he.wishes -u, and it is lath'

S Attendant upon a thriving commerce his chair, left his seat, ,and with an splendid dwelling house situated near : > TotalSl'eS.'s V GlO:7iS! power of the De n .. acy'to- gie k'.u

I it is atked what would causeand main- expression of contenance which indicated Gormley's Canal on the Lafayette side TotalPreeSt4tes4 C1itozia 4"Ooo.",340 Tens''" '325.S-20_ VV him. We'hope. -bat.&eer.l.orILc"! ,
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S S tain this state .things 1 The an-wer a resolve for no good purpose, 'of Felicity Road. The fire when discovered "V -..936313Digt. Southern Whigs, will show their ini|*

lies in the exportable surplus of someone rapidly approached Mr. Foote. The V 599,340 .Columbia' ,60(, nanJmity, by giving him a cordial I.tap;
S 4 hundred and fifty millions} of dollars l-- lattei r. withdrew to a position near the ,. was unmanageable, and was: V V V 5;;. port. M.r.'Campbell, although a whi J

uf agricultural ptoduce bringing Vice President's chair,:in tbe aisle, and i not subdued till tbe house, stable, VV V '936.368 was elected by the aid of -SombtniDcmiicraiic ,.i

cash to the growers as soon as ready drew'a :pistol without.however, pointing and soap .factory, belonging, to Mr. V-j' States :59 ,340 :votes, Mr. Forney lies'IEut

i S.. for market. What proportion is now the same, and ,merely standing in Cbinger, were completely destroyed. -. V J. V 337 Icr( 8 .aTrirnd to'the South as Mr. Campbell
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saved by the South over the cost of production an attitude of defence, the barrel of his Some'lumber, for the 'erection ,V His friendship! for the South i ItouwliupOn.principle .. ...

: cannot well be known ; but allS wea'ponturned towards the ground. I a new :BELUFOflT.VDJSTICT. APRIL 14,1850 : an d. although! ,*.. J ,..... "
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S events, if by a nominal tariff", the cost Mr. Benton was within three'or,(our building;, was also burnt. The loss ',QQTPNCROJ', to several severe' trials,. it has,' 8.
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of their supplies is materially reduced, feet fromft'lr.Foote'. chair when be was cQ.uJ'ot. ..) ,have been' less, than..'8000. '.or. Mtt&rs.- .Editors* .: <--.',*rub\ morning- abated in.the, 'l least. We are prnbab

S so much saving and profit, is gained ; slbpped0Mr.: Foote.was also surounded, 10,8000 dollars. Tbe, incenaiary' was. frost was seen,as:'low down -..UeaufortDi.lI indebted to him.'more than any 1)1) _.

V'V. end it is likely would defray all the expenses and immediately.surrendered his weapon. 'caught altc:1-aec: red. He acknowledged ictt, and r suppose' must.have omfinaooithe'faY lte') change'W

I of a.moderate\ Government. I Somo:theatrical flourishes were then his-guilt. to the officers who arrested, been heavy enotighin the'upper .Districts has_ lately" taken place'in public oplnfn

V :i :V If we refer to the :.contingency of :.made, such' as'"let the assassin," who biri ;: ,.to:;do .injury.! In. this !'region: Pennsylvania.] U. is full.timefe.

I V t "hard words leading tc bard blows," ar was no longer armed, "sboQt'V&c. S .p.. : however, we: ,!h. nothing" to fear V Iroin Southern f1eo..to"lea. to ,appec1 1

: ; "t; ; V first t-ight, it wouldappear that all tbe I! Another account.says : V The .Mayor. of-New.;' Orleans'has Issued.a : .frost. ,Our Cotipn.. bas; been. planted, their true;' f Iriepds_ ,; 1 no. matter to'w r

V i advantage lies on the side of the free. Mr. Benton btruggled to get to .Mr. : proclamation; calling ,uponthe ancpnfeqeIste;. << :ofthejleavsV, :and -state, or what party;.they belong.. Tfrieddft 1 V
: 'J- ;? ': Slate But if \\e look,a,lilllo further Foote, and attempted throw ".,off, his .. ; I P.f.the.' ,South areoar.f
\ citizens organize patrols! for:.the'protect continued rains, the.seedJias, rotted. .in, ; : :
j: t .5 4. 1 and, remember that! it i isonly ,the;:-offfouringsthat : coat The Senators were panic strucknot ion.. f.t the'city.i w thegroundi'Many!! :" t J' ,,-placers- I t are>'- :inowilJgginglPP where eveuhey :iosybe found.Forney ../

V i S delight jn war,.and. that !: a word from the,, :chair,'. and great -V _:_.... .... S-__ .. -. V ';>,.4'r. r.. ; : >and! repJa tlDg. Indeedtlie deserves. th8> c mld'ence f'j.
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: .! ;,. V good citizens would take no part therein ; 'c IfusionVetisued. V V '* A SIGN:INPENNSYLVsNIA.TheLeg-I' WetflfldCOIdSPiiflZVihl" ; cause' Cotton to ;the'Soiatbern'tnemtfers, and:'by el ,V

i i i. S :' V f V and that. ; the North.would? be seriouslycramped Mr. Benton-then exclaimed, "I have islatufe. '0C:'Pen '1Iv Diat _by *a' irong tie I later.:.this year,th 8 n : Hn4 the pro 'him 'clerk! ,:they will, ,be doing good>
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the ect'lsIQncfthe South ria'aim -a pistol has been .pointed,at :. vice to*'the tbe( .
i; t V by. babililyishecrbpVwiIl'behoniei..VVVV. :country, justice to ,
have ,
I t. V V \ as beftree.splai ; and! if we remem-- me in/ihe/* 'Senate, ::-will.the.. Senate notice ,. 'V .vote.' < :. V I V bt.r ,especially that where money abounds it, or' shall "I get weapons.: --V SV resolutionB', to a:day beyond* the : 8.S. v&nxek'Georgiax, dpril 17. :tr V
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!; VV V will be the case ju the Southif it..prove VIV V M4lay called on, both Senators tpledgi'1the ? .. ',CONVENTION.:, .',;"' The'. Col,. necessary r \t A-- -. 'if. '*" "-" :":; {the f.0 .
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; I : V t' V North dwindle materially. V V S 'MrBeIItOXt8thd-he had done.nothing at&ni6etiOg; : of}the. ,SouthernSenators; 'bB' .IO; *** v'B*%B :r' sure "of."exteme :violaiion',tif,the jg'

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Us Hiaocoiiiu'oureira.; .. .fD alconnt. :- '
Jo..e, "
Ih Sam !Hearing. He'.is famed Embroidered Muslin LittenLawzia "" : tr' .
'. ; 'HABYSA.mmh 1
the Everglades His counsel in heart .c. .
our ,
tJlltlntyof ;i :. '
SUit Tissue and BJU L C.HtadJter&fofii I
them ble horsemanship, and And still ku fear K; | l.: 'Ad1I1gr51jj : ; ._
from uiug
secure n : i1kAndCottoaBi ; -I I
perfectly .
rre ihey are he of this that he is The will net her dkerohIthr.axidEilk. .Jaont1no;Feb; 180.aukI:1wrr.f : : ;
the South par ; :.: :.
of the army during Cotton.GlO tea;Lialt do.; < :
'
) operation lie on foot One' White and Colored Rose L -1 ; ** .'. < .. :
Oar banner tfer his : ,, .
:
grava Ci Jiiit.kae- if the ViledBLaiev.f. ; .
nier.Ve ity about him ia that be U-.' ; ;, !
the .UDru'l'd shall flatter soon t. r
commence- ,
'oJ-
tbs at .ftt1lQ. uNOTICE icr '
predicted Bruwn SJalrt.1 and Sheetings' op J'LOam. I j ,
; i
formed without neck '
IDtcrib'd-bt-hotd it ., '
&Lye-
nt ,.f the war.Ve had seen enough it his -1ightso/th SorttA-Oz1Aot ) Bleached- -tt ; 'u. .>'*" ", fa hereby grren tiiatpanaint to aa 1'f: t ., :

of the Indiana to believe test as were on Irish Li ens;-SiikCraTats;.C 10red ao.; : !of theHon.Isaat>'H.Branso&,Judge. -f '
Ike treachery and out the intervention of Table Damaakaj cojch Diaper of iaid.Court, the April Term ther reqnlfwi,' > 1. '
.
,
; "
in tieir prufesMionl ; Love.-'I'herei'io J ;
Dcitghter't
.n in..incere and appendage. This ia Swiss'and Cambric Mttslios. ; ...<, f" bylaw,to be held on the first Monday of April: '. l 'I'
ough a few came in voluntarily to the imperial so slow to note the follies. .. or Bins of Bared do.; StripieJ dol:; ::",, : : wn be adjourned.,tothe'Sd Monday ((15tL) r1t' '
movements flf Captain presence. father : ".l1 .of White and.. April 1.850.._ ; ,
ierated the aa daughter. i1rlr Colored Berli&Cords; '. w.x'I'I. '. : '"
half the sharer of hia i
much of former pr.. bosom in h from,his JTrimmings,ot srer/.desoriptiolt -: ;- 'JOllN.tsMilCK1Mas ,\ ::"'. ".'J..
savored too > may fly ',rrror T; I : .. ,> '
Iy,011sofihe Indians, to induce us todit no means of the same but his fair-haired raughter .. Colog 1 e.-Frencb Extracts., ., '. >1 I :P.l.Zx1Lx&z1DuPutyMsrchal1. I.' '. -: .; =,: : -
I ,
' tion a. She'has a neck Pearl, Gilt D.d Bone.Battens; '. Se.AagwtineF, 1850. '
would
: -
that they I him in boundless' mar27't
-
supposition) to charity.' -
Caite's aba Lee's Cotton
not riva1th'e swan's in Spool ; I "
,live peaceably. We refraiced from gracefully and at full uicicened by ,'the visitation. ortiiepiu Mosquito Netting 1 ;DJ! U tAn tJ L 'J '

ere remarkvnminuch aa they might the paternal ;dwelling, jier,, 'p ptayexs .FJingeQimpsrid EJging : I jBOWLNG
ded shoulders that have .
,
the With eVery rari t kept faa .
iu.o disrespect to brief but earnest-ber 1'ofeuuaUr '
construed more more
of royalty. With a Dry GoodsBtbre.'' Persons : .ALLEY, :BtLLJ RDL-
wishing to porcbkae,
when 4 t,
intruded no disrespect doubled and 'and if she .
y.Ve face marked untiring- will de.well to''call and ezsoine for themselves.. Slit. OON' ffb .,: ,
are not the.prp- expressive but win transcient smile from-that- : QrC. :" j
suggested that they acteristic features of the a ,. W1LLUM. DEWEES. ., ., ,tjI t- i.

force h) operate against Indians in and trim little and gloomy face, she is 1'ad.-! April 26th. ,'1859.! ', Iy *- : ". ,'linE SUB IBEB"has just ,onILT .' '
neat 'J--r
as a
of Florida. b opened, 1 i
and hammocks h i for her .
:>w richlypaid all sleep ,.L'
SluaT
swamps .flier compeers in the : AND RICE STliAW HATS j ; Notth ride; one doc,'frosi thI ') i
whichbe
ere v* a more efficient force is cares and unceasing J labors. The pAN 'corner LIBKJITT: 'street, 'a' REST .t1RA1rl : ; .'

easily obtained. In the p1ain'pen ingroomShe may sink from deep,to deep.' Ladies' Bonnets Bonnet Trimmings BOWLING ALLEY;'and Btt ". 8Af.o .. ,:, !:
cending and ;liitlt- ; ; ,The b ;
amm
field, where efficient discipline a lower to a lower depth, Satan Stationary of every description;, : tJ.lSbeenLIUed.uP.eminJl.: ". ..
which be arftr tkfl .
'
be enforced, the Aineiican army i if may 'and Satan's'prey-those who .A general assortment of,Boots and Shoes. the\F tuual i HP hours. ,- c. .t10u., visltora" aC ;, i
Queen. She is a very : k. Just receired .and for sale 'reduced .tl .
at JL
npetent to engage with the most vein a happier hour received largely of .Tb.'B> .- ; '
: .
Our Of. after the Haytian pr&cesat the store of ': ,

tr-op* of any country. and thee but we do no vouch for benefactions may start when"they --I. WM. P.. DEWEES.' HASh supplied with the' ol eestiiqi. ". '. .:. ;1--- : '
and -
his shadow and
brave gallant, aceellerate'their
rs are April2O.r tf 8eragea to.su1teyery.palt.'jj : .
and spirit are instilled in the sol- Iy keeps her sovereign to get beyond ;it.; all, all may for .. ., -. be prepared with.despatch. The delicacies'at: ':,; J,. :
mirable-order. I. the will be ... < ,., .,
command. The war him God worM DYING AND.WOU1UKGE season at all timesterai autmnlld :0. : .
rs under their the : all, but the '

Ih Mexico has wreathed -laurels upon THE \V and his 'd 'gbte'r. Poor' .child 1 :if S T A B :L. i S U,'M' E'N 'T' ,' aUhours/and Partridges on,Venison.the ahortest Steaks',notice., o,'served :r' .'y',- :,.', .

brows of volunteers and tegular in The Attorney canst not save, thy feeble torch, No. 73,' ITork-Sirrcl,' '- TIle- 'BJ1 lord 'al.i'. "> ',{'; :" :

Amt'iicun army, which woulj] re- setts has been so much as bright as thy power can, make (:fl-KAH OP. THE COURT HOtrdB,), ,HAS' been'imported expresalr for the Houae '
defeat and dieasier to tar- throws feast is of',the {
re of at n flickering light up. :most bea 1f1l1"eoDstn6.
.i Lot years remove. volleys of criticisms the path, till the object of thy un. SAVANNAH iSEO.ALEXANDERGALLQWAyi tion, with air and India rubber cushion, .' ; '

Ve will add an extract from a lettern of on the conduct and: r affection baa. forever left '- -, T..Uajltl. "..'and' .'.i' ..

[ a uei'tleman in Florida; well ac- of Professor Webster, and shrouded in thick darkness 3 A RE alsojnstfrout the workman "and-erery .- ,
Inis notice in the nv pap Returns his thanks his friends for the.favors Jconvenience. -for' ',bOentertainment'sAd. .
ned with the movements of the when undone, when from.thee -.' .,
gUile -
the first stand! it any longer he has received since he commenced basi- ''comtorl. guests has been_ pro idcd., ,
since out- forever '
and the army, publish an answer to gone though thou mayest ness in this city in 1832, and would stat.to his *.* fcordiallj:invite the public to call' ak ::

ink.'e will state further, that our need of it. Great thy early love, and know in him all friends and 't the public generally, Savannah this Establiahment, assuring them-that I.iball'. ;i t

,Jers have seen several communica- part young, fond heart pictured, yet and' its'vicinity and-the,surrounding country, spare no effort to contribute to theh rtcreft&fc I _

is from the same gentleman I tat full, sms spring from the ,and, again, in the midst'of thy that 4 ing'hiJ late visit to London and Scotland ::QEQEGE KIPP., t' .
'
although since then, affairs for a those who had made up placid joy, even with the smiling infant connected, he has with acquired various improvements s- Jacksonville Februarjr. -.16 1840.-, '*7' ,0/, '. \ : f
in I .
moving
e, appeared to wear '.a favorable as.t a gentleman thy' knee,Jhe lost one will not' be'all & MAGNIFiCENT j .- I I
DYING CLEANING
would FRENCH: LOTTERY.
of Boston never [
if our readers will recur to those forgotten} Seeing the it : "- ., :
past as were : t
the vulgar of which be trusts will enable him to give general I '
process 0e&iid'Ga1ui '
f
the
will observe
municatiom=, they these strictures only yesterday, forgetful of thy lIttled satisfaction to all who may please to favor him' -

ectness of the predictions then made. those rest, who I rling,' thou wilt exclaim, from the with their patronage.. ,. 'r .- ,. $1oooo-s1w$3Oe, 43ooo' e. ,. _- !

fri'-nd write thus ; lawyers, depths of tby ever mindiul, and affectionate .Ladies',silk and ",woolen Dresses, Shawls, id, And 250 priZ I'otl2ooo..t.- '' : .- :

kUen.( Twiggs is a first rate man- of their own, take up spirit : "My father, oh my ate cleaned and dyed various' colors, so as to VIBQUOA. .STATE' ., XpTTEBT '- '. '
their hand n e good satisfaction. \ for the '
keep pi gif benefit of MonongaUaAcadeayClasa ] _
Indians wmi't They are :
the go. father.! : ,
Tuble Covers cleaned : '
., or dyed as ,maybe.re- '
d i >s fun of the g 'ntry sent tore-, qpifed. .'-. D:, for 1850.., -- '" : J

|ve their. Hit Indian* never inten- A SEASONABLE orAn interrogatory ne silver sweetness Gentlemen garments renovated in.the same To. he drawn at Alexandria, Va,on Saturday ; ;

J to --they aresmartand are fool- The following is an and answer of diamond beauty, good style as formerly, so us not to be surpassed '' April 27.1850yander Uia.aopointefir. .J 4

th'itriny.go General Bow Legs isne. vate letter from a contained in' the,following method by.any done at the.North"or, 'dyed, as may dence. ,'-.-,olComnn.- ... .. .-. ,p

; He hai got clear of the crying leading Northern of "getting to go home with her." be required' ,, without staining! the skin or soiling jr., W. MAT' BY- &. ;C*, Vtumm&rt- : _

this city. The writer "The moon shines bright the linen.. 78 nuaber lottery-13 drawn ballot.. '
and '
Indians
jowsof the grabbed a Ladies' Bonnets dyed black cleaned and : .
Can 1 go home with you to-night P .
observer sU1i -
j oM l grand dnds-sold his fut hogs experienced Answer pressed in superior style. r,. ,- .- : '
eived of blankets in what he says i is p''r Ladies' and Gentlemel'.;.Kid Gloves cleaned tmaguificeatcpft.l'of3iooo. 'j f
supply
a good "The stars do tool \
'
is Moreover, we have after the most approved London fashion. 1 splendid prizt of .' 'I- .."50,000 '.
for his 'child don't if do. -
in
he -care .
cannot cume you Terms'moderaterN.B. 1. do..V '30,000
.
evidence the truth .
until it i is well. A scout recent- 1 'do" .' ; .
>
n, -Orders from Florida, South Carolina, :., 20000. :
,
.
and we doubt if The Happy Girl,-A happy girl.is to .."- ;' -
I sent to look after him found bis any and the interior of Georgia will be faithfully. 1. 0.. .. ,isooa '
'ft.deserted. Gen. Sam Jones lain cian, in his heart, : be known by her fresh looks and buoyant and punctually attended to."WH'I rt ,dodo' .- ." :,..'' T,.. .. "Al ." .'
The Southern in in tad she -. 30 -' :: .' ','
nlltpued men spirits, day day out hall 3oJ.O'
regulars ars ,
i iiig CypresSjWhete .
'
to follow him. The army willt10 understand this something to do, and she takes hold of T fi S'PJII'NO -, 250 65prIie3of"i. 'doQowest3.nurnberprxes2,0oG'- ;- .) 5j& '. ,. !

> remain! hie this summer and act upon it. Here is work as if she did nut fear to'soil ,her 'fl4 'do'a, .. .- 30a '. .- '
hands her Such, -.-'- .' '
State will drive the Indians in to 01 dirty apron. girls 65 .d9" *- aot '
"The death: of Mr. we love and respect, wherever we find UamItou Cuiy. W1.I' "'65 ':. dodo '.; '. -.o ,- un49JO' '.
In next willier -Sav. Gtorgian. ', ",,
[ '.. .': 4 '
Vgflf4 .
ily upon me. although them-in a palace or a hovel. Always 'PIlE UNDEBSIGNED. respectfully inform '.0' .. '. ; '. .' .

Sweetser of i in December last, I pleasant and always kind, they never X the .Public that,_ they are_the_ Lessees_ u 27L! $40 Jh1TeS .Quarters- "
ROM CUB4\-CaptHin : ,- $lC'
since been realized. turn their no .bef face or this celebrated Spring,and.would respectfullyurge '. % .- >: ,
Sch'.-ner Petrel, arrived yesterday up your 1 the afflicted to come and be healed. The Eighths$5.

m XibaiJ (Cuba). He informs us, manj; and his last slander yon behind their back. They virtue Of the water iI a''.''fixed fact"-not ideal Prico of tes"oi.pte\-1a'the. r' abmMagnificent :.

t the in that section of the Is- not fully sustained by have more sense and ,better employ To those afflicted with RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA Scheme as follows;.- : '- j

d will crops but fourth to one- 'to their shame be it ment. What'nre.flu ts and bu tle-bound DYSPEPSIA, 'and. the Thousand ills A"certificate'ofpackage of 26'1'ol t
yield one
:
.ticktL'o'o& '
which mortals are heirs to, we wouldreapect- \
to in with these t Good
from prophecy girls
fthe usual amount, owing tu the eee comparison fully suggest that (they. try virtues,1. ,believing Do .do halves 250,00 .
time .n: And I Ear nothing but to look at and thatjs .
thought that is prevailing their.- moves ; from m"D1.8i1OO8t mlraCD CUI cores effected by Do" do 26qaartcrs'l23 f.

e planters did not commence cuttingir men of the South, rather disgusting. Give us.the indus.' ua use, that they 'also will be similarly benefi'. Do r do eighths' '62 50 .
"
until the middle! Al'irch and flatter \ourselves trious and happy girl'und we care not, ted. .,. ,, ,., \ A certlficataof a package.of wholes will enti ; rI
ciie tie the holder to all $443 tt that "
Northern who worships fashionable and idle ,The seeker ofpleasure will here find a delight I over l1e may be. "
would wait uu.lltht" middle or last the ix
ful place to.while away time.: 'Their Table. will .drawn by twenty cketetitdtheriD:
ipnl.EOSI. "lilutional rights ; lp1t n6. be spread.with.-the best of the land;and no exertion Certificates of fealves,', quarters' ,'andeighths. ; is '. .
_ _ -
uigedon by editor on their part will be wanting providefor proportion. .
ST CEOIX.-A letter received until you reach, by. A country very piqueutly' 'remarks the comfort.and pleasure of viators. ." This:.splendid scheme is.one.!.of ihe most attractive -'- '

m bt. Croix by a mercantile house Calhoun ha.named :- The. surrounding country'is flhledwitbDeerundTurkeys'awithe"Stea e'fer.dra1l'DJtte UnledIStatessad. '
"We do not to f of tb attention. of adventnrers.. V
belong our, patrons f BsVitb the finest ire1'wD1'\h.T '
his city, states that, owing "to a and by that time:, Oarp:1per wholly o own, lot fish. Good\dogs and fishing tackle will beat The loweaVprixe that can.,ba' :draw ,by.a ticket '

DJ and protracted drought, the cusatOH, viU be Whoever may.like it can take it. all times at their service.. .,. *-. ",. J ,haTiDg'pniVthrec;:'of..the .drawn_numbers,. it

of sugar. rum, &.. madt' there the demand for rights : Who doa't.CUD just J let it alone.". .Conveyances"from.JACKSONVILLE. .direct. .$2000.; ': aa4- ' .

sent season will be the shot test ever tion. to the.SPRING,at nil times. ready.. .,'..-. -'.. Orders for tickets aaarta and'certificates. .
Jo Young .Mtn.-Don't-t rely J OOO "of packages in theabove magnificent,"eclieme. t ''
nvn. The whole product of the Is- South opun Board'per'month sr*, -/ ;$
"If the .
d six thousands.of was> i friends. Uon'i rely upon the g--od ChU-irett and Servants,. '< :eo '10,00 'will be promptly attended to,.and an:account of"' t.
is estiumted at only might be arranged ; of Thousand* Horsesper' month >. ;,'' .- *. 15OP' the'drawing will be einthmedWelyAfter it st t
sugar. The usual crop is fromto and the opportunity name your ancestor* '* s ', ;BUFFINGTON<& RYAN i" ? 'over to'.all:who oay order tickets from us.'\ "

30,000 hhds. Nearly all of the the Constitution, have spent the prime of life in'vain hopesof March30,1850. \ > > .>; .. 4: iz /Address.' -' <. _'-ivS4.. .I&a.MAURr, Agents,, ." > :
has been taken.for the European aid from. those whom they calljriend 'I { ''. 'A''''?:! 'f__ t AIetandriaVL 01 !, .
rketi. gain. -and thousands have starved because ..1 'Noti r. > ., "Fo'2&' .' O. .3' -. -.2m. :.; .' ,
.
.
_
i o. ; '- -s"'
C .o.: "
.
Mr. Butler, ofhouth 'they had'a'rich father.' Rely only upon BE COPAETNEBSHIP,. heretofore! e : ;.L ..I.8 1 ,. nTear: Tampa. '

TAKING SLAVES TO CALIFORNIA.-The the Uuited Slates 8enate the good. name. which Is made by T. bsween'thandersigued1fltbe:' .-:: ,.. : .- r .
colored persons in South your own exertions, and.knohjhe'best : conduct of the 'oJ.ckson Uo Hotel,":under the :" !. J I" !

ivaua correspondent of the Cincinnati i I possession of civil rights friend you can haveja QD unconquerable .name,firmandetyle ofr Buffington:Cox,2?is pfilS land,'a;_tet itetJotTia'quantity,liei '

qUlrer says : claim the protection of determintion, united with decision ..this day dissolved by mutual.qonaenk..;The badness iin: Simaonv Baaraod;.attwelTemilesvdistance : r.
'On vessel number the colored persons in "* "will continue to be conducted by>SAJ&, from the pleasant and growing village
are qnite.a *' '
our
slaTes. character. BUFFUiGTON.$. who U,aUae>ntfu>ri:ed ; '
several with ded, held ,'- + of Tampa :About one,half ia.cleared.and has, -
Kentucky, taking All this exists to a -' --- to collect theMebts the .late;firm and -who beeD.biiiu1ti" tioD.two : :& ',The_,soil j:

m i slaves under an agreement to give Louisiana where an. THE UNITY OF THE HUMAN' RACE.Startling .-' .will also attend t oihegsttlemenbf'tbiriOft' warm'IIgbt'aad '?good depthj'Janit well;; : t
for aer- held by colored ., dvowal At m their freedom two years ty is ,outstanding. known .forvits. :Urge--.yhld ; L cottoc. ?- ,

erin the mines.Vill the slaves ooloredmen in New tic C.sivention'itCtiarl. 8toii, Dr.?M i. tredd'a'paper.oo. ,.BAMUmJ1UFlINGTONt1a..T, ., ., ';The water ia soft aid t will! 50.00010150,000 dollars, the Physical! l, Historyof v .PHIUP. COX-_ i. '; f w. ..-. healthy.' ,Beteral:;hundred other;.acrt*: :: I
to the contract They '
cre '
with infinite"'more Jacisonville/April 13th; 1850., 4t .> couid be go i.Ja.cent.aad",1frtH.Jrhol.b "J : j
ey are honest, and will not violate than they would re the Jews, inrelation'to its bearing on ,;,, ,._. "- -' ,fagon'&u'oodexatsIsiatioa.: : The, -

sir word ; they bad opportunities toYe tics-they enjoy all the the common_-;brgiti.of manking, ,..which, ',---,-'ifaAdmimstratp !'Salc.WBHALL .. -.-c t ;raace is good in the:.neigbb og jwooO* :acdwiiriaL t' : ,

on the Indiana abdw ; every in- the law,solar as their gave rise'to some debate, in-the Icoqrse 1 -,' -' which latter Areqoiteejtesme. Within .
ement wnsoflered 8't Evansville ander concerned, bet cannot which Professor Agus*?z said :: .ft ", exose e for;.eale :ai the Court 'conreaitB*distance.on the public land.is 4ttte .
.
,
:
of:the t 1rD eessrof -
rolL.In no city : et. ; ; for'oir1ooking a aur "
places them ,to leave ; they re- .. Dersons maintain a hjg For.hia o\vn"par,1Jf ergi.jNl.to thia 'viIl.0a3&ond1L,7; etbirtenth. dayofay'nelttbeu3UO5ZOtUiftfl naming btauiy. The terms 1riU-.bowlI: .;. '

ted all -j and then they leave behind Orleans.-N. O. 'question much' consideration wasready ; the linda ;bTK>licatUmalK yW<.V Florida, to :

flies fur who they have the same in. to maintainthatLhe t : diflerent'race ,biIonu to the estate of James JJUD sIeOfDuvst'coatI i *:." *.*.1' '.,':.>.iI': : ".- .T.-."."W.:8TA1\Et-. .. .,,' .. ", ... .. '

est that we'hv in OuT whose free- -A'Good ." of men were,. 'descended.. .":frotrt difl.rent- de ised-OO utatirid much thereat as !, .Dcc.1.&I, !.. _, .A .611t.. ." I" d ". .:.. ., '' I I
JI' 4M .
the other stocks "-and Jie:regarded,this position a 2 ;,, .Celiaf1.t4P1.ih, f.. ; f -', *.- Wettcc.telif ; _-d 'a .
they eipect in time to purchase. formed us, i ; 'OfsaiL.EatAte.-: I .:: ","\. : .- .; '. .tF" -. : -r- -' f"f"r
he fully sustained ?:divine reTelotion.: .' r after. ; date I t <_ .
change,) .that by ;; 7 : ::7HOm6L,HAGiN, < "ni" C.At .. .,.
tht The Jewii bhi5tO 3t1bof, divers races,, 'C .f" _,jARY" 4Nf..JAJ,..Ad. : \ awJ !bic S,; ,,' .e--3 ,
hat i i. ibis world 1 A dream With. to request. j ; ;4L -s'; :
each- pan if the i= } f i but- of a BlngleroceoTmankind i fbut i.the I :jcso&ville. ,.,A14t1.' .,i85O..-. ', : :: k C4.O&1i.d .th .ai". '?.:,. "f '..'>-.
-DUY-J. '
i dream--o a we grow older a per ,. _: t' '' i J' .. ; r. '- .'h.. ;':..'r
: -
'
did'pot" ate the existence of otter tacea:was bfteu':incidentally : .. ". l'. ''" c 1.1..11)'.1I 4f. 4'.t "r.'o ):-. ;
inrward awakening. -The.youth'akes ; tJ .iiotke.'V; .i.Jft'r. : t
;: ;vftiaed and 13rsi:inety Imkuacred .i' fF"-1' jo" '.i "t' ; ", ,.. '," ". .: A3'iTl.HLflRELL1, .. ',:: .,:.:'l. ;.If ;.d...,
d : toi: "J. :
r and "he thintsfrom icbUohooi J) amount uey f ; : :' A-"- :. d.: .'. ., '.._: 't' ", ,'.. t1'1. ,, ,, "Y'-.w'i. 'i.c;, ....,.: .'
: ; .JJl' h : jek 5O 10 j : 4 -. .' .' .,.
1w: ] pli difnot bioIute1yased inbe : .b 1 ii.iit' . .t- -. '., '. .i""N .."...'":_... "
the pievaiV .4
;
the despise* erally !.,.- .."rT
fullg owQ man. pur- IOn$ :, ,.:4 b J...l 'b.-z: .' r J. n b.J < ',.'.',' ;.: '
its of -Uie old man protection to H : ? :vplume." :-" :- *;.'; ;-: cIsgAaj j \ 1t\m' .. .t,-. -.,, .,."
yooth aa visionary 2. .. 1L'o1i ;" .. ._ : '.. ;:''
.. t" : .
** :;: '
luj 7f.** T T Titotboimi ,,
CWVMWjW .
of cd i .. '
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kaon manhood aa ,a-fareriab, dream: a tesdeicy b. n .-.. Thiexpre: < }ioD: opinion pod .' i piydebt 1J c\f"4b mae0- ,r .' .: .<' *. ....11'. .'',.' ..', ., o_ >'":.';. ., ; ;-- 4

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c yi 'the flrstMo JuneiiektjatO',lockjA.M; furnish'custom work' \:ftwuch"Jess pnc6 am| *ss&w?? jsi. *

\ :-MORRIS FRANKLIN,' President, ,'. in- oDril1e East'Florldm.r' : -. Hcffar' 'upe1onIbinbii.shitbeflobe: u' 1 \ _." 6_." .. .. _.' ..LIN" 11." 8fl.
4 rooms will bi fitted.up:10r, the accessible to his fell< wcUlzen&;JHolmst'tbat 5 "' :1.'
-SPENCER BENEDICT, President.. Separate ; ac ; *
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il. FRKEMA ; Ar .(" commdation ofuLa1aa d*Misses, whew .patronigtfa hichha alreadyibeei ;extended ,- I'.': :' & ': -. ,
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FLINT f$ ,theywHlbeHiwtracted'in'"Elementary and to him: and for which',he ,takes this occai: OBEArr.-.F1M EDlC
\ ; "and classical slon' to"-'return'"-hi vid ere t1i nkk1rill.bi slill. I I .r.i:
Amount of Funds liable for losses $ O ,089 34'JBaL ,, .higher branches anEnglish : t _..;;: ,1: -V.1ToWif'.bt>I S.'I' P.m 'I..i' )
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) : '165,93767Annual ', Greek classies,,.and, in -Philosophical, and ness despatch;.directly.opp&site! .the BILrL1ARD N EN iRELY; '.1& jETA.l a-' :: :l 14 le,.'generuL:: _ljo_....t _' I'
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; Rates of Insurantof' ,One Mathematical sciences.. ." : SAEOON'inBiijrSireet.BENJAMIN: -:G .:, r" 1H1S. :-{VfEDlCl- EVasprepar; d : du".Ji':U.nid '|)yli ,g 1.' >-...,1,111 j)* -
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: Hundred'Dollars on a Single Life. Jacksonville SeptJ. ; ),_
.THE TL* will be divided into.folirq atcrs. : siT'i.practice ofseveriit years' In !.1t ngeatbrprizIngA z

: L.. lID ,. +* p about 12 weeks each, with intervening- 'IIE1D' '. & V otM'.ESSRS. maten.oe11 1uti hr .,: 11 JUU g\ flect ;.9 1 th1.1,1LI ::1
: COt gClS 6J Sa 8 aV CP Ad gsII QI'g tions. The day will have two sessions: the first; seenits; salutary infects:..upon' ; alfwcukuess'and lassitude, from td

.* S i s .Oa. sa a '. from 9 to 12 M.. and.thev second, from 3 to 5 P.; R. R/REID".CO1haTing'leas. .farther evidence. of its'great>alu e at once become rcb and full!of c-nerlp'
r i eS OO CIS rcs = E. 'rO, ,M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed &' and the buildings! attached, thousands: Has been 'p't'n itsInflfierice; -;IV'inr.ttVdfdtely' cbt toter fr.
I I g. WO a g : exercises in English composition and''de lam3.. are'how prepared in'Jcohnection with'-their .thIiii&Ii l Iiie, wh'etf ifll 'ot ttr' nervelesaness'ofthelfenale{ inuue,mlidi

., ) A k .I k -.- ti..C tion.After DRY; fQOOJWROCERYHARDWAREAND ; failed' ltso'erationh.'s: ottsirnp1 s t-CltU! :ClI:'biirr' uat .'t'
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: (3 "..6J'_. g g g. g.g.. o g the first term, nc pupil will-be.received, MISCELLANEOUS' ESTABLISH,' ie'disease for a' ilme,Tiufe 'io It 1'll! 'not;beexpecteL: ,of.dsp.Jn- cs
:: f'. .< c2q.a's. c2 s. c2 except at or near the'beginniag of'the session, aTEiVr.todoa GENERAL COMMISSIONBUSINESS. tem, and restore it to:sound and' aziaturC;to cxll1LJi ctrttficafta f"

14 '72 86 163 41 1' 81.81:1 33? and no pupil for les than'one term., I r* o < A'- roall,Treatise on the "". $ : !/ t ,irecan' assure ihehftifcftl
tundtfds
). ;, f 15 77 88 1 56 42 185 1 89 340 Tuition Their charges. lire Establishedby$ the t, Satan* and 'cure.of fever *and agtteandotl of cases.have'bf en.repeated tCftlC

!. 16 84 90 1 62 43 1 89 1 92 351: Reading,Writing-and i Arithmetic, $G,00 nah rates I. .bilious:e.1H.. it1m, : y',behad, :. .DRTOWNXN.D 1JltilftobeIDg teau
I They are the Agents of i the U S:-Mail dersignedr '&' : \ : S8ea.b .weakness todgcrertl '
17 86 91 165 44 1 90 1'94 363 Higher English studies, 8,00 .r.<; &* : *-, -' 'debiUt
.:. i 18 89 92 f 69 45 191 t 96 373 Philosophical and Classical, 1st.udies, 10OQOne Steamers, th .place and.are i D enabled; t f Also numerous:; certificates' ; suffering !tiiually'by! : ,pain ard* itiUu(M\
I : 19 90 94131. 46 1 92 1 98 389 hal(the price of tuition,according to the to offer every facility to tLe Merchant, Planter: :highest espee i1i! ,.. t < ltres.; (l having.knoTn caisesiiifW',
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: ; : t : and the Public generally. ., \ .efficacy'of this medicine can be medicine' 'has :effcctctF C1Jl.ffLjld
great
20 91 95 137 47 493 189 401 studies pursued, will be expected in, advance, -.t ; i
!. I. 21 92 d7 1 82 (8) 95 202 417 and. the balance at the end of each term. Go consigned d to their care will bereceiv.: i cat on to. *r n": hearing itremcdedio'sucbccs* -
1 p .. '22 94 99 188 49 195 204 249 Board will provided in Town, at reasonable edond,forwarded with'despatch?. T. Oi HOLMES 1 obtained rf battle otctrzind'f tL,

!. 23 97 103 193 50 196 209 460 rates per month,. for Pupils from ,the Co un. Their Store, Office and Warehouse. situated -fttnt8'f r;Ja&kj 'I Vill'' : r Sursaparilla' ll vtd tte idfrettKuv
I : 24 99 107 193 51 197 220 475 try ; and PDrents'and.Guardians! may desire -.. convenient to the Wharf. Jacksonville" ; Feb. 24,1849. g vet ine. In short period ifrenlytctf*
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I -.25 100 J12 204 52 202 237 490 to avail themselves,of the facilities of this Palatka St.John's River, E.Jiinuy 13-, plaints nBd'r tit' b'to' Lealti: :

t., 26 107 117 211 53 210 259 524 Institution for the education of their children 1849. ly_ ."On.TOWNSENDtS : : &ratefuJ,for the benefits,she .'.1'tctjud 1'

: 27 112 123 217 .54' 118 289 549 and others may be assured that no exertion : .';ISA' isAP 'BJ J pleasure; in,thus< COle4iLgita4'i -,

1"-; I': ':SB 120 128 224 55 232 321 578 will be spared to ensure the health,:comfort and .HOLMES _&'h COS., : This-- Extract is"put*'iup m ',gu meildfngit to.ttfeputlic.! __ : :

:; 29 128 135 231 56 247 356 605 progress in knowledge of all who may be. : HOLMES & CO'' hate'. removed .sixtmes eap r]p1ea$lterr : M. D. MOOfl corfGnd'&L'dj", .,
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: :30 11 136 236 57 270 420 627 entrusted to the care of the Principal. MESSRS. of MerchandIZe to the large' perior to any -solcbJtures .Alb. .iny.A'r.t 184.t' J. '

i .11 132 142 243.6S 314 431 650 RUFUS K. SB WALL;Principal building formerly occupied by the United States, ,vomiting,J1llTging;iiek1?g' NI1 MARIIEDUJ
: ; 32 133 146. 24JO" 59 367 463 675 N. B. Pupils in .Town, will expected to known as the Government, Buil ing... They, ," tient,and is.particularl/adapfcid : -Thi ;Eitr ci'Of'f i na.h jbt'f it4f

: 33 134 149 257 60 435 491 700 provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen have added to their stock,by the late arrivals FALL 'AND WINTER, ly prepared in.retertcte tof lennlefeniale'whobasreacn cm} ,.
J'. 34 135 150 264. 61 453 508 725 ded. [Republican copy.1] from New'York,'a full assortment of Dry Goods.Groceries .I F- The, gr.e'at beauty-and')mperio o to.1uncae..Lt'ii

'. : 35 136 153 275 62471529755 May 19, IS49. tf Hardware,. Provisions,' &. .&c' I 1- upunUaove1" atl* t'her <*a hJ proacbing that crjti:lpcricd>"iLetur6, tit
I t } : .36 139 157 -281. 63 490 550 785 -.JACKSONW'ILL--- klU *' tiJL. which they are prepared to sell.at reduced '.dicates.disease,.it invigo ,6hpudtiegleci tAke.;j!, as it i is'a cwtaiaVeHthc .

t.: i : .37 143 163 290 64 509 571 815 SUBSCRIBERShavIng taken a lease I prices. .. body, consumption for'any oi the mjrtmis':Ld'ktn

t .i i' -33 148 170 305 65. 534 599 855 THE the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. They are now 'prepared purchase Cottons- cleanse and strengtheuconsrni Jiseu&esto"hj h ''frtuiikjp are subject

t 'il j ; 39 157 176 311 66 559 '627 895 WOOD respectfully solicit. continuation of Hides, arid_other produce the country at.the jean beTc rqfiife." ibis.period nny..be-th1aj: \
: jj'' : 40 169183 320 67 590 663 945 the extended patronage which has hitherto highest Market-rates. and'make cash 'advanceson.consignments 'bronochitisj;consumption;liver se\trAl1.c8I!bj; usirg this atdici: e!. .iktr

j;, From the Mobile JaVy Advertiser, Marchnjw been bestowed, upon this 'well, known estab- to their"fniendsmn Savannah. colds, coughs;catarrh," as : valuable for, these y Lo tie njp *;

t i I LIFE INSURANCE.-A practical illustration' lishment. In order the better to merit it they :md Charleston, or New York. : ,t, ting otblood,,soreness in t woinimlicc'd, alit recalculated tocfcsitt-

1 of the benefits of Life Insurance has recently have enlarged and thoroughly'repaireJ the They have a new article of Wrought,Iron ;.hectic-flush_ : nigtt:sweat b/quickening the bleed and itt itcrntitf

I I. *een furnished in this city in the case of building, and adopted many 'improvements Plough .to which they would ijespectf uljy.'call. I J. :.cult'Or profuse cipeciteration '. Indeed,this nicdicine is inulnaU
It. 1 ;; lamented fellow-citizen, the late Edward promote the health and comfort of their guests. the attention of Planters: -. 'r and pain ,die'dAsatgto %Lkhiwcn.cii :2f,eTaI.j(4

t yl: !: our F.Tt'St. While in good health, some time last The old friends of the house will ,certainly Jacksonville, Nov 6,.1846 tf -, : ;in the,side,& ., It' bracts: She whole byzt tun, ,rcLebJen
deem it advantage that the table will'be Under have and entlytte .natural'eerit-ii
f ; vear, he effected an insurance on his life of ; itii !ivg
i 55-000, in the New York Life Insurance Company '. the superintendence of an experienced :Land: for Sale. ,;can ecul'cd JflpU1ities'OfthIie4..._ ncf. iO fur SU iI, '

t (formerly the Nautilus,) of which Mr. Hostess, by,whose aid they flatter themselves m. FOR SALE, oetweep,nine.andten thou thefljstraijiis' jvrcdcct attnbstqttct ida
; I James M. Mundon ia'agent in this city. Mr. they shall not be rivalled by.any,Hotel in the ,sand acres"of, Land, situated in Nassau Probably tTrcr*never was tio1' tipn>.which, is-the.ccse'U n ut n.t.diciLt

!. f-i Test died very suddenly, and the other day the South, being now enabled by the const.\nt:5team', County'partly near. Nassau Qed-partly near: St. been successful in desperate! female weatnegt.and d!tue.J ,. .. <.
. : Timeunt for which his life was insured, five thou. communication with Savannah and Charleston VLiry's Rivers, being a portion of the.Waterman- tion i as this;j' it cleanses l, tfnd. .DISEASE'OF'TBE H.'AOfBlt:., Am
: i! s.xnd dollar was promptly paid over to his family to have the advantage of the fine markets of Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine system, and. appears to heal the ; j TUBE u.7J n ;; "*

;: ,i : by Mr. Mundon.; those Cities. In addition they bring to the business land, conveniently situated upon water courses, lungs,and. 'the patients,gradually. : l :w1 ] 1 July,'22;

t I : : This circumstance requires no comment from an experience of many years, which will. I with,the exception of.about five hundred, acres usual. lth. hnd strength,: r DR..TowzsxicnL'cayi7T Ju, 'i1(.
I us,to give it due force. It speaks to every head enable .them to judge better' the means of attending I of heavy hammock land ''upo the St. Mary's' CURIOUS CASE OF beennfitt&wjb adisusec1, tit ltu't,
i to the wants of those who visit the mild River.' The whole or portion will be sold with i.t"aterribfe'jupture c\tr.t fifUcii
of a family! in a voice- that cannot be.misunderstood any There scarcely a day passes jre.tfie
1 1 ;'and should not be disobeyed. The adiantesofthe climate of Florida, 'for the purposes of healthor cheap for cash Apply, to a 1umber.of.# es-of C sumptio greater, p"rt.J9f the' tinefel'e'ls
_
.' system beneficent and happy pleasure. WILLIAM -mCKMAN. : cured by, 'e.use of Dr.Townsend's: troubled with shcrtDtr of trc&th&idjj TtZt
rcsls! will suggest themselves to the mind THE INCREASING reputation' which the climate J Jacksonville_ oh. .7 1849, f' The fullowrngwas recently teringbf the,heart, T liich fccs: Ittu vei'

i I.: :: of every1:reader; and we trust induce him to of _Florida possesse in the estimation of DR.: 'ToWBSENDSif' ? tressingend hsSj iruiujntly.ietp tr.a.kleave

'r i 1 4i go aOM do likewise." Certain it is, that no the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand New Books New Books"! three years I have)been afflicted her btpT, Tne, j-ujp.ture': vitsttinnd"Eever ,

prudent miD,vrho has a family dependent upon other pulmonary diseases has induced a Received and for sale by. the. subscri debility, and nervous cOJ ; ,* She'tru-'d dfl'ut'nfl-.tnniI
: t"
: i him for support will neglect for a day the in. vast increase of travelto this State, during the JUST stage,and did notexpect to-over suchcnseiwIthbtlitlcibEjft.. "l(*;
: t:; earanceof hlS life., fall and winter months. of those who seek the I THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAEA >' at all. After going through a had:.ta.k rb ittir er:bott1u'd J'.ter fi

; J. McROBERT BAKER, Ageat. relief afforded by a mililer atmosphere,-and in Taleoft.ePacflc, by J. Fennlmore Cooper. cine'under the care of some ofth medicine fctjfc.was.cntirciy! ,!(wlitvcttoi! ) tic dki.

c, 1 4 It. :, H. D. HOLLAND' M. D, view ofthis fact, the subscribers have determined ,Pi-ice.50.cents. I guished regular.physicians,and' ofthehrtnb'd; tticq rpj'ture Ics aln.c*<
:,1 ; Medical Examiner. that their exertions to merit the patronage -THE,RAID OF GOMEZ.-2i cents. : Board:of:Bealth in K w York c< tfreIdrsarel; '--
p Jacksonville, April 6, 1850. ly which shall be bestowed upon them shall be "TH.E' FATAL ERROR/ ;' : and spending;;;JtlHJ most of my i Sir1Its'tL1 b AaVf'tteMJrbpsy,': 'd.d -ai'.muchso1kh ,
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\ without gard to toil or expense. By the Countess of Blessingfon. cents. tempting to regain my health,, : : :. ,1\'e- hiiditoidea thaute .
\ ( BLA 'K WOOD'S MAGAZIN BUFF1NGTON & COX. THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, ing in some' pn.per.ofJ'our'S sobenefited7 as eht.had.i tth>',ccnjlioJ:

-. ADTUE Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849 tf A Tale of the Mexican HVwy .25 cents. : ved to try: it. After usingsir? T"t!diseases.,! "But' Jiaj,as.istn'fg?J1,6. nelietd '
British Quarter y Reviews. rt" The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah THE VIRGIN" OF' THE SUN. ''doneme'greatg004: and-called pe ", : -dieldfcjty. 1 iteits

:;3; OWING to the late revolutions and counter. Georgian will please 'copy the above A Romance of. the, last Revolution in Peru,.25 cts. your_office);:with i jour advice 1. tlitittbistatcinett is s6strjttfv: ss tolfji
revolutions. among the nations Europe, which until forbid. CIIAltLES'DEW.AAL.Jacksonvi11e I most heartily thank you forjour !; like fictth.biit it is. ncvciJlilufjfe1.
'
4: have followed each other in such quick succession Notice. ,Sept 1, 1849. If ; severe in taking the Sarsaparilla, reality. Your Sarsspurilla' is ccitiitly. ,t

:J and of.which "the arfi? not yet? the leading weeks after date I shall apply to theHon. ''I able to attend to my usual : medicine, ,and t>hccld le ustd Ij tTt
J periodicals of GreaJSBritain have become SIX. Judge of Probate of Hillsborough Jacksonville Female Institute four months, tend hope bji the is'sufi'eringtsVe ti.'tf tun. ffi
oWfaterest hitherlo un. and Sarsaparilla to continue disbelieve.this itccctfit, tLt.y Ill! at 'itt
with
a degree
invested county, for letters of Administration on the Es- r pHE.Committee of Direction haveuIopted your
!" known. They occupy a middle ground be- ate of George S. Payne, late. of said county. J. following r g latioh.. It helped,.me beyond' yV the ipectati call: at ay house nndhave cccluUiii.cKeihliILIJAil
twjjen the hasty,disjointed, and necessarily imperfect deed. JOHN DARLING. The scholastic year is to consist.of four terms knew my case':' CHARLES 'i, nUf8reeI1f'ettu1b"; -t

records of the newspapers, and the elaborate Tampa, Fla., marl, '50.ALUGATOK of eleven weeks each. Orange Essex ('.0.!.;Aug.2, .' }V- f -, TO* 1Tac ;

;' and ponderous treatises to be furnishedby Orthography, reading,.writing and arithmetic State BJ Jm Jf.1If,1NEljei; ,- i-'
'DY
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PE.P&Y.
the"historian at a future day. Whoever Nonce. per term, $4,00. :The above with English Quimby: being duly; sworn f\ .
4 reads these periodicals obtains a,correct and COLUMBIA Co., FLA., } grammar and Geography, per term$5,00. The his oath'saitb, tbatthe"foregoing N. B. PurccaVe tone Lutsuth&s tare tit
of all the political March 9th, 1850. the'besWf. .e s%hat iJide tiebO'ttIe-CCthIletJj lIiiaji
r : connected account important above with the higher b branches of an EnglishelucationembracingAlgebruGeometry.Hisiory true,ii irdintto. '
: event of the old worlds as they occur, and weeks after.date the undersigned will ,belief. 4 -1"''CHAfiL eW.rjtt signatorv- ;r. t'Piiiicip8l .t\l.f ;
;
:, learns the various conclusions drawn from them SIX make application to the Hon. Judge of natural, mental and moral Philosphy,' Botany, Swrnttnd subscribed' to before : !!fIct"* 126 }) lttJ1' t.ml..' J1a't t
spirits of the The American administration the Estate the 2d 1847. CYRUS NI: Reddfng'S; co. 8rS-'tatt-e Etftnr; 1)801.'SjJ )
by the leading age. Probate. for letters on Chemistry,Geology,Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic' August,; : '
., therefore deem it proper to call of Fisher Gaskins. Lite of said County,deed. :and Evidences Christianity, per.tern so) Justice.." of, & 132'NortJ" St' wd-st. iLl:tie]IJ jIia;
renewed attention to the works they republish HEZEKIAH OSTEEN Etch quarter to be paid to tlie Treasurer ,!n ad' .-: S: Hance, 'druggist; Baltmore Li2icb&
and the very low prices at which they are offered March 16, '50 vance. -' TWO CHIIDRENA :Richmond.;;P..,M.-Cchen,. (CLurksttfij;

0-.; to subscribers. The following is their The scholars will beunder careful instruction Very few families' indee\i-m'
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