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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 11, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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required,will be conduced rand unt11 forb 'been informed the'names.9 The tbIrZn&Xijj; : Whicfc'ls'thrLEFnencaxi this year.wi1 claoootjjj .-
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p aizat.io wbbledepnd & The.steamerd from New'Orleans'to the Guatza .
Debtors and..Creditorsj. 700 rftw &* Va* UfrUt onlynecessary tG toJfrrtlfeoteHoObfti'*
Notice to keepqujj keei Unequal in -
ness of Uxe Senate :t6jreje eTeryibill.forthe dasifXf.wimi onnwrfrlthe.riifffla'tJ--* vMimlsai 'tharketto ont of the pbyrixal1ot& -i'trngti
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notices will be inserted gretni cpypige a"rougb'and tuntWe" '
: All religious ; same time,provide forterritoriAt'orernmenta, ; ;aM.theiofio';oeci' 1j11do'bs'h1WNew T1 oktiaac7 Otlo'hters1iere fight 'withjanj Jj
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53- All communicairtas must be addressed to e tofth&Teita' Howland andAspin.wall's Jme i r*' 'obJ c. '

AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT. uta0t paid, wTietHer Webster will be firm on that '-butGae New York and th'e Hew|Jagla'nd St r'n jeaturrconnected"i knsiV ? this It.i Mr.'Ben ton"would:'swze jrevibnsyr'wiriied tlu '
tradeny any occasion to. attack
gj: *All admissible personal communications wil i and Clay are,and rwith Cass -his Noih** known 1raton rtaiwfll ,bialbin before r him,and iErnd i ly;|>rotided 41aselfvitEtbeof ;. f t '.. ,'
Westecn. riends, Bright 'nn4hitccinb,5ena .4? I ;tF '
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be charged kisrn.: $eeIngh. .
.{ J* All bills for Job Printing,most be paid on the I tor.i ,Dickinson 1ith. of New.-., 'York' ,',,andlStu>geon"bflri Pr om theNen&lftr&maldl AJTU 0. this countjy and we are mig'oruoca hostile dem9fl ratiDD of Mrl Bentonbe driw& j- -c..

driivery ot the wnrk.L . T ,. ; 1'not'mJiz Ie1I '<. I 'I
thflowazii&Donglass second line, place Dodge and Jones' 'b''t defence;. that'ameaWtht I'
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THOMAS ANDfiEU, the ihird Jiao,stands, Cokejjennsyl later advices fromEurqp pjirticDlarly f rora'MancbWer '! & 1t wu threoU$ ',' 4, p Ipideadly
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DBAPEB AlfD TAII.OB, vanio,.the new Senator., i : : Great l

SUBCRIBER haTing determined, to The consideration of tii fe'TemtorTaj'Bin nis T here relatife'$9 tho utfl cqs *of.pncesV utit thiLlterpooi inarkerjfo dcottou po haye occasion! to$ns 1tfor W, hS Viin.prolect&n* ;;i1oul4 on the --' ', '- ;

THE up his permanent residence in Jackgonville been postponed fora fortnigfitto'jpve'themembers has, from the i first moment 'a snort.crop% np sing prl s, is e 1dsvep 4j ( th flooanaftt the jatseneeate. fie'asaernWedS& -' .
returns thanks to his fellow-citizens ofthe : CoroaItlee appointed 0 escort'lhemortal d'1iki'vitabl zst .'. .Bat there ioLb-nisn ptseaei pope

for the unexpected enlargement which has remains of Mr.Calhouir, chance > of be* mnzt g4vce e1dI4 beym4it pit will teach ; ec&effortg spirit who wouHanbmn.to be teaten bjT mar* .
Jritherto been bestowed upon him'and assures: ing present when the grave question of thedayJ 1;matters verylittlevwh t accbunts one or two. 'Thesetttbn '1ordsbave bled'our gai powerful opponent,when.'be could nrotect him f *'. '
them that in future he. trill.spare no exertion w|ill cone up for diacussiont ,I trust' ,Senators 'more thtrsay briag iid the Te rts'froiriLiverpool' ngnonghdkleprciate planters 4l;, W1amentthe"occurez 'as.tendijig to :: ,
of their Beliering Berrien jtod Pawsonwill be ai ttfeirposU," 1ttr.JJerrien .< for later thaV -
to merit a continuance patronage ; a.wesk orttro tljojJe n= bring the Seflnto'dliretebut we bones .

that his reputation been well'estate. fas been'appointed one of the Commit-* 'board the America. .,-v,,*il nowjicarly*T mi, C clu*J' >.f*arejustiilikely't6'ab t f.k patery. thin'tbt :F &3
lished in St. Augustine and this place, as a superior fee,nnd-h1subsencewou1&proTe injury.tb 't d we shall seeiOIatcneate.tion should,fall xm Benton who ppears to- -. '
cutter and maker, he begs leave to represent the jcausCy past repairing. ,it 'l $*, There onejlactipreUygenerally4JuiOwn! ,>ob not pay' ) make posed to cudgel Secotors iato obedi to all who'might be disposed to' favor Gen.Taylor, Iassureyonj from'unquestionably this side of tne Uautie. Which is a ,short crop,- commands. L1 *
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he is able furnish is still and iu'the/aieiftliftf tJs'foltj'forthd'Bpiufcr i* *' vi x *- 'f': .
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him with custom, to authority,: holding4'but Ogainst any : r -r.f -
garments of any kind of a cut and finish-equal c compromise..' He still insists on the ubn.s tction recep1y TeCIIYed frni ( 1aUnogovy Prodei.-II- 1IT1OIt toa ''

to ay that can procured in Savannah. or plan, and coincides --entirelyTrith viewa z* pool tocarry oa the contest, -vifh bdjeps, on eat bi4 ows how aufloyed o thethrte 'statemeaiin theNew Yo'rkHerald, '
Charleston pressedvby "Col.,; Benton, Benton ,is ,the acknowleged this side. There never has Deea' senson 'id'thex the7 have that Isaiah Rvjiders had been apjobted beuet ; '
Hating taken the shop formerly occupied as admjn tratjionJeader in tSe. $en- mnierclalhlstory ctL& country ..wbenwe whiletlioe f Amen ( I

the Post Office, he is now ready to execute with ates and the chitnpion of the f Abolitionists"arid l ave been betjer ablel iQ. carryr .oirr Cotton such as Washington;,Jackson Sons andCo. *? %ongiwTaylorpj en.and now, ''a heartysui -' -' '
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all orders that ,be entrusted Free; Soile'rs iil 'OTC?'thelffnlbn The'SbUtn crbpthin) this and tlie'ldrlTsTof 'Ibbfu'm e.
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promptitude may ***; hying':zb6wir'th'eir'band;: ;tbe : .,rtec'ofi'GenV. ., ytt .O1SthIt1UD. ,
to him. All garments are warranted to fit. must in a body bear Against 'bim] dothrm.Democrats land will soon443 that tljeyiiaTe'mixde a feat sticks,out tea,plaudy tarbe/nrisunderstobd.-IlIIIig ,ili'a Z __*" -* .
THOMAS ANDREff. fi of the North misUkeinther .effortsrt.i t
udercryuba.singcircunstancc& ? forceps to jgelL- There aDOfleS8jy/o '. Will., some '
Jacksonville, Xov. 10th 1849. 6m r ,His confidently,hoped' They"have Tier tb rTSjicceedea0 H depressing Crop?as it sneering'early At.tshbrtaSfcjiQwnl.pretty ih4 do us thfyort deny 'I
and .expected that Benton will'not be returned prices for this gjSeaK staple produc 'iraeriever -.in 'iarsotfle'yjeidiijld mentja reard to EdraiavinbecnTsent ''

J. HcKO BERT BAKER to tkeTSenate] by his own StateJ'if hc'shbuTdbe they have made an effort do so,1andhavesnr> the best' Tbetue has ai4vedfor the govertun tc O1Iforiah 1LSecetnrj by .
Jnclcconrill E. F., returned he itfill comcTor no'good piyposesj posed that thcrpower? 'was still,ini their tianUs -tate.wtFespihners"of.Mauc-/ ** **i '- ester"yh*-!**** fc%| %UC* Crawford b do text;he ;'n4

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for Alabama and do more h.rman injury tq the Democratic Theyill ooiqdiscover theieibistaJeAnd it muss rp1ejand'i.f4h. do not tboosef5to priees<' we presnmd he wniba .

Georgia, Suth Carolina. North Caro party,than any.six WhigsYrom.eithcrsection" they,dot if havetb lei pay them for eir,.t merity..we what eas'f1-ib2: Uttle Cotton.we J&ve.'t'pay eywhav We trust the.Union will eaiape tiiejw l ecurraUy,4esiresan I
theipuntry. wiiLgvie upland rule'prieeshere- but cJnfralternative and that '
ollna Virginia, Maine, Pennsylvania, Benton has filled the measure of his igripnii-' aerwithout'opposhfonThe'thre up their mills, whUe those, in this country isj'to shut-irill copyi g bemqid.jopounde4 bovAfth '

Connecticut and ny..by'applying to the District Mississippi. ton beendoingJbr. -:
Hhc assn'FooteU'Apretty iriMtlie '
protection against Liverpool are"Biririg'Brothcrsand ; some time "
past ruh day nl '
Jan. 1 1830. ly. case pcrsonal'p.rowess. is this. Illereis Co.,Brown Shipley and Co. aciield iiBrotherand at night. Mahches- c" -' ------l : '- 1 .

___ a huge big bully, who threatens ta cuugela tke1exorcisinthereatestinfluence and ofstO .aaena'g.-Dr.u of2iwaNey '- :!

11. l>. KtiNDKICK, thin spare-trs med man,just recovered'Fromii ,'an.lnpb1lity led *ll1ujeriot tc and lfEnglish ilnnerafcny' Coitpn: for thYremainderof Jersey pabKshedsjurte pn this sVbject t'i

ATTORNEY severe uttacl; of plecrisy. The'wcek manVrms the oth rs. Theiiajetil are--found in every the season .lotfer than:thjoset: of says; ', > s." -".. \ .' >*"Jss -.' ""L' -
h himself to protect bis honor, awl when the man Southern pprtjpn. uc country; an JvnSjsat4class, eli Webavem.dea,, tn1stakgju'idcu1iItions Jjg Permit me to say that Btaameriiigia caused *a
AND who thus threatened him with personal are remarkable fbr they fidelity to fri- > very g jI ml
violence English" More tharTseTen millionsof dbllars4rorth.ofCotoon by attempts.to speak'with"ewpr>i y*, Lrsin- : :
{T. nellor ct fjjpir. di overa thai his antagonist is game,be applies terests; ''Thf4i the'jargest Cotton art iheldln this ging the lung*sre.keptdflinflAte4 and'there ',
market
to the police to.protect .his life. Benton now manufacturers in the rWpr.ld. Their communion and-holders arejbiy nameans Anxious to. : lanortutterinr.! ., 'Jpiemethod Q1cue is; Jo require :: i
practice in the several Courts of the to the Senate without being business in LiverpooI\icnineHsc ItJiiubiidiary sell.-?* the -:
WILL nefergoes accompanied as They know, jnstasyeiras$ >lieytknowtnat"tiro patient to keep his longs will filleU ,
Circuit, and in the Counties of by his son-in.bw-and, it is whispered entirejy io their'manufjicturing'interest and:two make fonTjthacthey jEave the to'draw frequent breatliffi'to spealc" loud, ,
inillsborough and Benton of the Southern Circuit i joke that he bus made an, application to.the at Manches Thfise bouses b&yerukd-Tsu- in thciownband hahpinrsor'ian power and tOpaose on the instant of finging embamsa- ,

of Florida. Commanding Officer of the-Navy 'Yard ibr a promo in the'Cotton manufacturers, in tfce.worldTLercommipIonvbdsinesa lstei are at'thefr mercy and when the lent in theiripeech] ,taking a long' inspiratioa ''t '

Tampa Bay, October 28th 18 9.-nov.17. 'marine guard, and a piece onlnance. I trust in LiTcrpdol, immense test tomes-tb, jy (the spinners; )'need?*expecV-con before going on again..1 cured jaaf of the WWA .
the Secretary of the Navy will"also grant him as it Js is subsidiary.entirely tto their manufacturing qutforthey.wiltgccnone. cases;LevetkneTron thUprindplev'; *" .

CHARLES P. COOPER, the iise.of the brassl>and of tat, .Corps.AH interest Manchester These houses now coming to niarkei ,Wjtba. crop ,. : b, .
nearly four, '
ATTORNEY 'this'is done with a viev to/excite toe hare ruled supreme in the Cotton* marketi, odor' thousandbaJps; Iest than hundred 'flMbil R1ter rnrki 4' iIeolowzi] 4 e

*-*- Northjtgainst tht,Sooth-acid,to'-charge jponth* hare urcef _.&# jawmatcri4 .up' and nticipaied inEniland' '

Conn! .ellornt AND i: a tr"TTAV1NG era men with bcing 5'1ts3assin8" because they down at pleasure., This" yeaf"theyTihvereceive theprearj'unfavorable ajgeItiTe,holders>torxhft on',:sev'this*side rop exceedingly -of 'ention-'- 2 Mpptli' _ID,-'.Mnibv' 'n' '- 4' .' .-''.-.I.t..i i .
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Senator And a check t bat will learn hem -lesson.. Their -
will not be bulliecj by .Benton. the Atlantic -
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resumed his profession will devote the drnsratis presses all yell the'same indiscriminate sceptre has departed,and,from this time ''for As we remarked at the ginjng own the'terms.Amer- will be found in this days proper: ,,

-t-J- himself exduncdy to its practice,through- abuse upon the South; and all the ward prices will depend' more upon'supply'and ica, now due it"Halifax, with, two ,yefiks The great meetings upon the result of"which :
-. out il>e Eastern Circuit of Florida. letter.writers in the pay ofthe Cabinet,and Mr. demand,than upon the dictum of a'combination later intemgenceTfirom Ziverpobl.-lniay we rejoice and ever wffl rejoice sneaks taebpia- .
Clay toil's famulus.* in the Philadelphia North theiramense wealth of a few'houses in Liver Jwing ionawehave aided :
Jacksonville &Fla., Nov. 10th, 1849. accounts of a furthervdecline, and she foreshadowing;"as i&ose'of .
American ami the Ntw York Courier fit-Enqui- pool. What we have been so"Iqugan'd 8o"anxibu&-- bring an adyance, pu Ljust may thepeoplejof Alaham* and we natc right to '
.* PF.\ (: rK & RAKE 1C, rer improve upon it, and) swear that all Southern ly looking for is upon the poinf(being realised.. : Everything depends asIike1y.the as theother. beproudof.ifThe, emagogaes. >hoJi .

: SUtor.ae.jjs.! at llsUkJncknouritlr members carry arms by which tp. overawe' The Cotton crop hereaficrjFill be controlled on which had been'received'atXiverpoolirom upon ,advices'this sought to keep out of view:the Janjger?t&acens7Trhose men- .
the North this side of the Atlantic,and New fork will be country,previpus to the departure the threats fcate 'become: mum*' xmPE
Fin, What strange infatuation in that weak old the great distributing point of the raw"material ica."*Wheuprices ilu take a start upward Amer Fhose pjens areTrorn f oi thestump %ith seiaelesa *.
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man, Gen. Taylorvho ought never to have instead of LiverpooL The consumption of.Cotar' will ,witharfeetru- *> clamors aainst the ConTeatioa of disunion' '
) TTTiLLpractice in the severnl Courts in the been entrusted with more tbaii the cotumand of ton in'this country has become great, and is stand reba dur; the innJ9r2tfpr : '
she-pee
j V Eastern Circuit of Flyi Ja, in the U. with much that '. -' 2" ,: .' i %
: {fKegrjajent-and who was hot at Bucna Vista progi essing so rapMityj prices The'i1tPor pie,spcalmgn 1T91 $ UflqUtY0L '
' S uistr.ct Court. Northern District*>f Florida; when the battle commenced. He is really believed for any surplus that>we may have for shipment FePerateWeg-1or3veeks are defiled and the routes complete: :GreJt 4i
theSupreme Court at Tallahassee j and prosecute .by his flatterers, to have chance for reelection will not depend entirely upon the whims and p'thecivyofSt.'Iiouis has been filled to over* exertions were ffiaij lb ;4rumming-'up, to's I

' citims before Congress and the Departments and that consideration and nothing else caprices of the spinners Manchester.: The flowing.with emigrants of ;the land of geld.. '-. cure strength enough to vote down'.the resofa-* '

j'ovcrument at Washington. nukes him pursue this hostile course toward markets orar Britain will* not be.so important Intelligencer:' ; April' M'V"J llth" sayi JW ,,.' f tions, but some pf.theVerjAmen depoided
Jos. McRoBEUT BAKER. S. SrE cEP i he.South. It is utterly unworthy of any man, ain past years,and as our shipments become "Immenso 'ntiiibr we understand, arealreadycongregaicd -* for.thispnrppsaiTptedtlie other-way. Itseeaa ( m

Jan.649. ly whoever he may be, and still less of'him who more direct to the points of consumption at St.Josephj'Independence; -'tb1)e'thegeBeral; opinion that',the VastassemblageTnumbered :

avowed himself no sectional.President) and no inE: ;jrope,we shall be, betterable, ; to establish and other points ntheriveraboebut, especially :* thousand 'persons! r 'The'- .
PhiLip FRA8BB. President of a party, General Taylor must either and maintain prices. Our manufacturers el- at the two former*fc ,which are the chief' out"* file of the flin ;:waa there. \The' ezcfteient '
have no moral perception of an obligation, or ready,cnnsnme half O.S much Cptto 'ns those of fitti ki: t = ;* **- was intense *. -
AND he must be so weak as to be the mere foot ballot Gxeat4Jxitainthe ,of.,jincrcasc ,here ;is- f1jjioso''w'ko, nre"mo4'conversantwjtjthe The intercst fewaa so,-grtthat, ? '- i4L
Counsellor:: at Sato his Cabinet.' While the whole country is in much greater than on the other side,and the subject,estimate t&at t e'number whQ will cross wo kept;npoz tneir feet tbovg fc- .

throes,'he is quietly perambulating the Washington production'of the' raw material canndfr keep the plains-this spring-"will at a'moderate'calculation several !hQursfno! one left untilhenadVitne.closin : '4; .
JACKSONVILLE; FI.A>; market inquiring the price of vegetables pace with,the increase injconsumptioirthrongh- Jbe at last JqubleV.as; great as that of'' 'Bcene %Kea wasTfonbtred, ia '. '

"WILL attend to any"professional business out the world. We have shown that'under, the lastspring. >An immense' emigration' '>will go may besupc54 bya tmuIof rejoWng. .
to him in the Courts of the As to Clayton, he is the most uncertain man most;favorable auspicious,a crop of two million from';this State alone.f "* Bus;we are happy to a44t tLliGdjthcthy'dr P

Extern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts- in the whole Cabinet. He promised one thing six hundred,thousands;balesJ8 as much as,can From inany/of the counties we learn that,at 'djsfnrfaan6elnerrnpted theja'armony:: of tfcft
"Tallahtssei. He has also, such anadvantazeoujf to one eet Senators, andanother to another be picked, and the annual consumption already last one fourth of the adult'male population proceedings. "'l* : '

(mucction with an able Lawyer at Wash- set-of course he musthayebroken his promise reaches that squantUjr.j* Jt thereSore RpnjMirspUiinjthat WHS preparing:lo go and many of them wita" 'their HenceforiK lefMbbaeWset down. sIr i
jagtQ Cjty? as will ensure a prompt and specAr to one set. There is not a nun in Washington the movements in the.('qtton market 'ftznili VtiS: -*\. / ', !- >- to' neidntyj 'Lether aottb 4>c"tl e?Union and *j.

collection of such claims as may*be placed whose word is less relied upon than his; and henceforib, are likely to ie highly. important .-.As an evidence of the extent bf peralibns.of.somfl rights of the.Soutar Iv'fs3 '-'. '
t'-a his hands against the United States.bept. yet Gen.Taylor.swears bjhim. and interesting. f *? ofthe athenturcnerccredb1yintorii.! ?

.8th,1849. 4y As.to Ewing, he is an avowed abolitionistso r : Thecourse persued, in previous ty ears, hy cd that one gentlezna ,will take 'cutn, tb n. Waniggj :: .
.- : is his.cqlle.ngue, Mr. Collamerof the Post,Office the three houses above mentio d/ has been adopted sand much cp.ws five,. h'ajidred joxem -number' -Th?Ig13IatZe1Michiga bag made .
CHARLES DfiWAA'L Department. Were it not for these two men but.notwith.equal >success in fact ofmules'sixty caan and eight fanufies. \ >:- an appropriation: fora block;of native copper ':
AUCTIONEER the Free-Soil party of the North would long age' this year. wiUi Defeat,out and put defeat,Vbich 4 Another will take property vand cash"to the from the Lake Snpcrior-nines, feet Icgby -

E. F. have ceased to 'be 'formidable,*,rJt is they who, will result' in a complete 'rout>: "The policy amount' of $7500O.Theexcitenentand.the 'tKfct-.ideand ..teet"ejoflj j : '

5 SALES in JACKSONVILLE of the attended by their official patronage have nursed it,to the b retofo1'ebibeeu to let prices 'up In "the Tall, ,rage.immigration,iill over,the JJfesi/a'nd e&pecially.in be1rng t1Iaiptngrom.MzchIgan1; "ar T,
part County ,
any to the 'from its to inV 'Missouri .illinpis,Iowa and Wisconsin emblem9therLrnstlne
.to and respectully solicited. present-hour. How long tjieyjjbp-ipermit sons bring crop recesses Unonc : '
Jacksonville ted to carry bh this pernicious/process. S.; crease the supply as rapidly DS,no sible ,iii the ,greatly T *' ('transcends* anythintof' 'ir- the'kind*r"* be-, c'i /.
6,1848AGENCY ward and'Benton,*I assure'-'oihave this day' ports, anddetenninpjjtti the earliest momentthe fere known.inf this ? b.. '

more influence with'General 'Taylor's''.Cabinet production for,they car.r As soon as this operation '. -' __ .e. '.
hern and Northern Whigs nas had full effect and the;' extenl/the pgzsr copy 1rpm the i '
OF than all the Bout } put wprd ('tWcrj lablespoaderapott; supply knbwnHhe eversO mbvement is resor edJtor'slableoYdpelejMV MiCTiine4th .
togethe 3ay Ypu must guess them both if '
"- n'-' $accessful,at I.
DR. S. S. JTITCII'S A treaty ias.at last been signed between the ted to,'for the purpose of depreciating prices/ the fol1oing 4ou The ftos an fl.engxi.su1jet : ; ?

CELEBRATED MEBieiNE United States and?Great/Britain"in jregard to enable spinners and tneselatrge'lionses'to lay In' ;intanablyathotg thefeminmt 1iougb tilf ftrJs tFe'twil!? hoe :. .-
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Nfcaragua;which is perfwlly satisfactory to'the large stocks fAll kinds of reports are discalcu- on ,: : 4'4' ;? -fl.. ;'s.reiziaio *S Si
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Used by hmxtth dutrngetshcdsuccafiatke Democrats and'Whigs.r-Claytonseeing from ted relatketi thecro aaa j tnrns. :Bhowing peningjpf tb : hiiico ,

cure.of ,. *f, 'the press and the attitude the Senate that no any deficiency are ridicule and statements to ftftThtprucI dr, as zziaterutl toi,late prug -'r ;;41tyou etrike oEiti ult.- I. -- :.' :k
'Coughs, .GonsumptioQ}, Catarrn, treaty withEnglandwhichdid not surrendefiier the contrary put fo hifalsehbods ofevery grade- and summer s earj1 will be Foulard;and, :India .! Iiate lettei'.4hougb '- '

Asthma, Heart Diseases Dyspej>- pretensions in regardJtb'lh.e, Mosquito"5'Coast, tittered by the feonbrabtethigb-minUed.manr.i.n silks, Grenadisies," Tissues;, BeragQand'Orgaa" 43. Itwfltstillxewlnok. gone. 'a' '
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iJtered the' ; to decjde holders end dine The tatter '-' ,
coud bejt nfirmed"bj.theSenatoiariast mtt United Kingdom, ; ? aro erally embroidered In :. -'--' ;
; 1a, Gooorrhcea, e iles,t .Female courage to demand it;and that wa all that Jmallspinnej w J S arry-ont thjeir assertions,' *ith' : j. -- oQme

Complaints, &c,, &c.' i wasineceasary/fpr 1Enlandiwmedately4Ogantit taejroutfTaisingpriceiOn.kfTY: hile.teIr vkesor wreath*9?sjaU !,bt tt.Yery1 .t brod5ide' ipqn ,
to ioftrucfipns nti Jiere e buyiiigaU rich and elegant,cplor&7->- -, *# V .i.-f V : .
: .. ALSO-,' 4,,1,:' ;' ag wiblj express rp.ceived > atnl4bi; *bb1ngsnue.or twpj-bijj -
Dr. S. S. Fi&'* BUShOttljk by Sir,Henry Ly(ton Bul eT.fromLord. .change,tbesa houses re.- Ieai1 bi bfi hciu Ccn1dCrab1 'Ejy -' ,

Braces ..Ifla1ir'I4J4Cture&on Palmerston. 'Engiand surrenders not;only;all sort erery jipd f i bter ge'ibMbonT 7the lglitlng 4 : ; ., ,. '' .
claims in Jier o' n own right 'to that country, imerwrparticlatoi be1ce, it ; '

Constirizption,antheurt4ri22g1Wc. but nliOihepcotectorateoTertheMosquito King yo 1adl bout $ .

th4 right of poss oo and jof entertaining Xorjts from their 'most' reliable- correspondents; ,perJ.ub2ncSantI c : :
Rea1th-told4ge and' rrisons 4o t tbe-coast The AmericanCbmpa the crop is sure. tefi? oMoa dX4QQO 1r91 tIoa1 also: i an1 ;: '
', baeieeprioritjUfcODZtTUCtIflg ftcanar bales; '*Iarthlsrayi( and Jby ib<| most dishonortip the .. : I

skc-k: _t r T provided' theydithIfltiClT ble%despicjtbl mean i ey In invanlablysucoeedln therqg ( -' .z."
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have been appointed Agent fijr the Me of months from the jjate of the treaty|>if th.ey foil' breakingdown theLlT erp :wor'Itk ehisettes : ie ntoft1 ; Anjndhldual who <.-7.,
tbe aboie Goods,and.wiUkeep thom constantly t . ,,o&hand.at'inyDrng.store,,ln iheTown of' from.a--'- liottke"Sesate woi Theseare the'thuty 'there upon the mnrkcta of the UnUoJT Stat : u Sleeves riit at the esd*'are'uo
Tp.TxnByFl&.'' > hiiil been practiscdthi, year,and th& >
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Dlrccticaaa'fojothtiDg.Rmlt);jAnd In- aV yi d9wxthe inrktpf thWyTa9.1btheT CTadually widens tilFrft k '
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t }. disafirer: 'attended;by fearful'loss of IjfeJtfrcui ; -4 J 1Oen. .:TiaiIornuni4cdthi. .' ,, UJlOR." : -4-<.. ."'-I .w' ; Th.P..Vl.R.lOw. : .: _- .. '

: J'a red.tKTs! .drh1hg'abpnY'llVIocleThe ': 1 1t I l intfjljgence{ : i-T 'tEexWoJtPepwtment, ; ;bee J1J o,P.frS!t! cl! the'-conttitus. :i -;r -erta.er.- : 10 .'unuimeuy ,
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t splendid! steamer.. Belle'of. the. .West, -. .. MAY 4,."1350.CaJot. ,andwhatonrns3d4 : -j :,." r.a( 'nft-5* -t :.lion;;2t.'SICCt"*'115' :snterity of: Jhr in-. iecJi and the ConveatioB then ,
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loaded : )0'. stitudon '.tbe!rigt.iiaiifermri.Ii
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''b\iund.or --- -: .,. m. .J tbe.premises 1 J(. d tOcOnjeC. { An4 wbexea*,; eNrth ), ..i'the electioB of delegates;to;.th '; jN'
California ,
with '
emigrants, : .-TIas. hta&l.* t.. 5-f:, 5' 4-_ if i9ti.I\b' : : S., : '' ': ...
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ji jiI t\\I Su Louis, had gone but a mile-belpw\ : ,1 tare. Werntvabnohopbexcept fiorn. eiD' ; .v.aume.rooa.actl: byseek.S5 em..Convention; .! 'S : }
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: Wsrsaw,.KyV\ hen/he>;.liilerlJiirstediU '. \ : .-By. the Report, ir',,'the' i.pi9.,. fdIflgsMf' the v-.prompt. -- .:?adoption", nUhe"' ..'-.l.;reward.*>' y.ays'VB' -" >."-, i ingto.)' .sfT; tb ti ii!: i-; ri:r!i,win r; ,,Qflihepart-ot.tieVMpofSt(
confidently asserted that not .less weeks. tern. If th General),Government 'do ,tjiieita'iwKjrJ] :setkItiEtoabob5h: : la.v *_ '
: ,this cotivCIion.publi4bedin this ,,' .. -- ; ...r' Columbia and in :county whose delegates had' faifcf:>

: I e. than death one'and hundred drowned persons The were ncene,-burnt,..that to.. paper, if''wiUbe erceiyejhafol.( ) : ? ';BM. -. notadoptibis.S-r -; i _'planiwitbOlit" thtaen 44laythe'StateGoveiArnetitEiught. d.. '. P!'bhl rjibiheDistricof;4doHiain within the! ,'slave Statei. ,, attend," :CoCAIheheil,i at,their t

followed J the' explosion is 'representedas ; ..PKABSON,,:of Bentdn (Bounty :Sooth 'I ;" "S *to do'- stHtlngjftVeicluide| slavery! 'froth the ':nominated. GCD Joseph. M; 'Hof e

having been: the most awful. ever' :Florida, and Gen. Joseph,;M. HERMANDEI -, it..", On'.' ':-this. "; "plan. 1\.-;.0" tp100,000. ; .. -: :',dollars:.".', ... newly' :acqmitd Ter4toriend. ti1:disregarding :a delegate! from. Florida.
the 'Western Kiver. The .Florida 'will -1 ndian i in IMS:thanthree i ,the ton't.hgtional. provisions '
'. I witnessed of St. "Johns -county, E. remove;every : J, ; : The folfowing note from'_,Col.; Sjcer "

officers saved their lives by immediately have been selected' delegates,for their .5 "'montJis.l. 'ButVvwble ..' ir, .it. ." omt., -dou. ': ami acts. of Cosigreu.Iortherest'ratsonof ..was then read .to ,the'CNntiuThe ':J
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S- l. ;" : > .4''" have in .
jumping overboard, and swimming f giive'elves! \ betrayed! :an "
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respective disirictt to the Southern the. amount jtwuuldstillbe a good : '.
'shore. The Belle .of the West was ,' : rl tention";to foF t'.thec. iistituirohal. comprpmiies : undersigned! bnving:hea f'

,: '\ 1 owned j in this city and xvns.insured f--r convention Nashville.I 't '. bargain-j i--"\-,-for'-r ,*,the ih ..;State.- vC'. :4t. .L;+'Her*"}*.?'.*.tnilirons."/ >.-...'"-":.. ". of'5.;* ,I )and.violate'constitutinual, :objigationr name-suggested "at 'Deleffate"'to'!'i

; $8000. She i is said to be totally )lost._ I It I is with, exceeding.satisfaction' that ,acres f.lona.\v: uld.be.doubled. in value ,i to the,slave. 'Slates,and to,con Nashville J 'C nentThflind; beliei'.better

r: we present to our readers .the'result', of tliedajJhe) Lndians..i leave the' couhiry i iI. vtit the!Cong i.of the"United States I selection would be"made .
v-v-- -s -- *> -:/ other .
gentleman :suggested withdri i
; r ; tAN0'rllER DESPATCH.Ttlegruphfdfor .} of the Peninsula : of the' ifltO'aUifltfliefltqfOppfSIOflfAfldi1iere ; .
; this meeting of citizens i say nothing : :gcnerasbnefitstha :
\ \ the Baltimore Clipper.] _/., ,:.behooven. the slave'States to the use,,of bis .name. unctiudij'anti "
MADISO.V,. April 23. composed" of both parties, yet all t : srill!*!'accrueto'tht"' '*' ': e : : protect t.,their :rights .:as well) out'ofregarcl absolutely* '.

\ i Further Particulars!-An eye witness animated'by one absorbing int reat.. -' '. to/their i .i lere ",,.as of the;more: S ." With i sincere S respect v 7.0

i 1 : i \i to the horrible scene' attending .The proceedings conducted with Proceedings, ofiko Ocala Cou. exalted principle,of right .hereruref: ". ," S.. ., SPENCER4

:,', i the destruction of the Belie i.f the West, calmness, there was little, of that. .exv we tl..-, 1 '.Re o/t? d, ,'Ihnt:any'attf mpt:upon.the The nnme of,Ool. Spencer'war j"'

1 j (which, it appeals, was burnt, instead, citement wliich.ihe.. North tau ts us The Convention of Eastern and Sooth. part .of the.",'Congress, of.the.',United withdrawn .d..beq..o: .rnti n p'. ."

t i"f having collapsed her boiler._ ) gives .era Florida met aft be-I Court:House,; in. States, by,nny rnean direct or indirect, ded 'the election,of :"d
which '"" to Delegates .
I with by'lhe 'Iam chivalrybut f j' i*
; 'fuels connection with the calamity.
4 to infringe trictihe.rightfcof
e Ocala Thursday ) .fI.Jl5rlj f.Apri uponor
/; i : He says that the fire was discovered alt. ::we term a proper exhibition of independence 'W.on, those Siotes in i 'ih hulariryexisi t $ *, .the-6ut'balloting i "'Gen. 'Hernaniietceivsd ,

,:'. :, about.12 1 o'clock! in the hold, when ,.and :it'was'evident that the .delegates 1850, to select two" Delegates. to the is unconstitutional l and void. j the unanimous, yute'or.all ":

i 4 i she was immediately run, ashore. She I from respective counties had Southern Convention behe1din June ,?Reio1vedTbat any attempt upon the counties' representetl-,namely '125, ', "I
I '. was made (list and stage planks run out. next, and was', temporarily organizedby part ,of the Congress of _thef United 04.
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not met there to harangue but to act.- I, .._ '! (Pearson, who to.vote. for .
\ Up to this moment the flames had the appointmentof the"'Horn,PAUL States,, to impair .in any form'the fulland'.perfebt'iijoythett'of.ihe '- "' .,
; \ not burst forth. The arter-batc1a was : The result of their labors is contained in I jf *** -";"---*'-.<- 1 ihstituiion i eelr.recei\'ed &2.. The President

I then raised for .the.:purpose.of getting :the resolutions, and these we apprehend i McCoRMiCK as Chairman t 'and the i OSCAE of ta4eryiiubeSkate8. in which if.exUtftiinder declared Gen. tiernandsz and C.oJ- Pe '

t water into the hold, but such was the' embody the opinions, of nearly the HART as Sect etaryr\vheieUpdnf! credentials the eont utio.iJ;,is a violationof son duly, elected Delegates! flora'E.: i

I '. : pressure of the flames, ,that all eWorsto', ,whole population of the State. ,of the Delegates from the following the Federal. :compact.'and a trespass Florida to.the Southern. Cnriveniio';
: quell them were of no avail. The total .. l 'Counties -wit States '- .-'\
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were updntherrightlonhoe ,
: preIeitdjo ... 'S
estimated S It nppe red;to be the definite I opinion ,- < The.Convention then proceeded,
number of passengers is ,From' Beld on -C.'R. Alexander B. 'Resolved, TbTqfly attempt upon the
4ti : J ttt four hundred, among whom were. that the Convention at Nashville. wa, S part of' the Congtess! .,of the ;.United the. :election' :. ,. 'Aliernates. .' ;-and Q'-,
'j ;: "" tw" companies of California emigrants., to be in Congress of the Southern Pearson._ '. ./ ." .. .. S States.to ibdliMi slavery the Districtof first balloting (,1.) C. A. Mitchell-S

;f: ; and about 30 families removing West' States assembled together, id representtheir From.Duval.-3. McR.Baker, Elijah Columbia,"addedral it was :to theF'edeil S.K! ; Mallory' 'were unnnimontly '.

(I : ward. Jt is ascertained,from the register grievances,-to declare their 'Blitcbi John Browaf, Chas.P. Cooper' ., 'Grga, i ti9nCQr' ihe..sole 1 purpose tedt,: and
I that ,uver 60 souls l perished, and probably rights, and, in behalf of their constituents Felix! Livingston,.Oscar.Hart. .rf estoblishiinv' a seat,of government ,
iTdent.
the Pre '
have been lost the States of and,Maryland .. "
more ,
: ; -as many From iIillborH.. D. Kendrick, by Virginia
their all 'to maintain ;
:- ; whose names weie not enrolled. to pledge two Stutes'in which:the"institution 5 On motion CoT; C. A.M.Mitel

I i such was the progress of the fire, them., .The early history of our Union; T. M. Bodgers,John-M.. Starke, James. .of' slavery wtts Bb t tied under. it was .

S: t!eat -b lore' the passengers could get has offered similar instance,-and we L.Terry. .constitution' will be a violation ;of ResQlvedh.lh2Jt1 i pt.n' '

S- S :: out of the state rooms 'ill communication trust tht the present effort to preserve From Jtfarion.- Stephen Bryan, the.rights of the people of the District provandadoptiheDekgates: of: : ,.

,: i between the after cabin and forward liberties will be e'milarly success Francis Durrenee, W .H. Hickman', of Columbia, under2 which they became die'on-rWest Florida as_the Drle '
.
S oart:of the boat was cut oft, and our Wm.MeGabagan, Paul l McCormick_ ,'C.' citizens, .of the Union.Resolved 5. 'with.thbVe. ;. of !the::East.:,and Sou J )

I all were cither.compelled! to jump'ov ful.It Priest ...fbat.afly .attempt. by f beCongies ,tbe-'Sf 1 large.' S S *r.
1 J board perished in the flames. At will be perceived that some,counties A. M. Mitchell, Gabrile ,John G.. *:of the United States to abolish. On motion A of Augustus C. *flleu-

S the time the deck fell in a lady and Reardon, S within the Dock .Yard
; gen- were nnrepresen ted, but this cannot slavery: *; Navy .
t -S tleman with a child in his arm, were be extraordinary in a thinly settled From 'St. JbAw.'.W. A. Forward, I Yards'Unrrisons. Arvehals;. Fortificdtions was Jeo/r_ Tbaf. it

S \ standing' between the chimnies. of 300 miles in and Geo. R. Fairbanks. John_ (Hanson n, B. or -,.(bet public domain within the General ii> we. urge' opoa.i'fr:
peninsula length, Aisefhbly to provide,
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and cattle !
number of horses
S S A large -limits.of those States in i .which, slavery
r were nearly.nil burnt to death. where there were.'no towns of any approach W. Britt Delegates,,and.F.: C.Hump exists will be a violation of tlie rights next session, bribe reinbarzeajeatrf.

\ to population. Yet we cannot hreys, John Drysdale, J. .M."Gould, Ignacio of those citizenA w.nhin; those >limitsdnd -,. such ,'eaotibleijiises.asmiybe';; UKcurred
: FACTS PI.ANK ROADS.I .- by' the Delegates from this.Sub*
IN FAVOR tF Lopez Alternates. -
their
refrain from inviting attention to the highly dangerous to peace
;: < 1st. That a Plank Road can be built fort : id the Southern Convention.On -i
conduct of the and alternated From Niul au.-.P. Co per and social .security. .
S one.sixth the cost of a Railroad. delegates S motion of Hon..FelUr '
part Resolved That aitempt.by the S LIYiUE :
On motion A. C. Gillett was sabsti nny .**- '
: from St. Johns who all ,
i J 2d. That it can be Ualt.ID one-fifth county, were -"' "* *!" : itwas" S r
: Congress of the United,Stalesj- to'restrict .:
'ft. S of the time. absent with For them tuted in place cf Col.. Browatd, and O. '
one exception. 'the.introdiiciioh slavery within Resolved, That tbenghereas .
: .. S 3d. That the loss of interest upon. ,there is is no excuse, disconnected.with Hurt authorized to. cast tho"vote.of ,J.. any Terriories3u Jb, of the Missouri. for,Ihe .purpose of';raiing..,oar':V," -

i S the dormant capital invested in Rail.adbeforthtymakea iheir individual interests. They should McR Baker. Compmmise:line1 will be an outrageous and contributing, ;o'lt.aid'to the an. "

return by dividends have A,committee of one lrom each'county dimegflrd-.bf "common tribute and of'measoiei 'proposed for the Uf fl
S would amount double the entire never accepted the. trust. bad-they '
for President common -.ucrifice'of bh-odand treasure and preservation of Southern( riiwwe i
cost of Plank Roadc. not deteimined to carry (out. represented, reported 'which these'Territoffes ivere deem ccasion .
.by acquired this n proper tw! fwexpiession
of the Convention the Hon. Paul McCORMICK !
4th. That the Railroad has no advantage '
violation of the which '
and a "' rights to the pohiui'd'sniroW:
S over the Plank Road. in'econo., State Conveatioa. ,-for Vice P eii lent..ELiJA belong to the citizens of'the. ,States in casioned by the bereaveraenVour..coatry __

S tpy<>f transportation. BLITCH, and for Secretaries, OSCAR. which .via very'exists, in common with and more particularly SoutbtfjStates

I 4 5th. Tint in velocity of transit' the We find it i* 'resolved upon by our FLiiRTF. C. Ht1M 'a'BYs. those'States in which it does not exist.. ,. hdv'e suffered in she ,death

r Railroad has the advantage with, but its not additional to. friends in all quarters, that the State On moiion .it'was resolved 'that.the .Resolved, That' theptovisfon "of the the Patriot and' Statesman, JOHN ft
S an extent commensurate ; constitution of the United States which CALHOUl S
S cost.t. <> an agricultural p plo j' Convention, for the nomination of 'a yote for delegates to Southern Convention guarautue"it. restoration or' ..fugitive01aye Thanks, having"bt-en vo' d't to'thee('

f. > and this advantage is counterbalanced candidate for Congress, shall beheld should be cast by counties,each ?, is us strong and, as. sacred as I J
of it
ficefs
Convention
l' to a great extent by the availability off as soon as practicable. We fully concur county to be entitled 'to.twice the. number any.other and the efforts of the North 5 dj.uin r ,.

: aPlankRoad at all placesand at all times.. in these views, and we now proposefor of'Senators and' Representatives in t-r/i,St tej,. .directly and indirectly\ : 10 ,ane.dt.. : ]
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\ 6th. That in expansive capacity the avoid its obligation,' are unjust arid;"unconstitutional S PAUL iMcOORMlCK l '
Plank Road ha an immense advantage the approbation of our friends. the the Geiiera1.Asstmbly but that. "on'a l l l1Ond that we hae.1- right S Jlrin4ial.d,
the last limit- earliest day we think it practicable other the' be taken r''
over the Railroad, being questions' vote per '0' demand of the Fcd'eraltheigislatureand ELJAHBL11CHT : I
ted by.the extent of its machinery, and. call the convention toglther.Ve" S
pro capita. Judiciary;, a full and! unqualified.! Vice Piu.id4:.'
the former.o ly by the aggregate animalS pose, that the .Convention meet at the "On motionatommittee S of one from protection in the purpose of that provi" 0 c1&R. HART', ; .

S power of the whole community. White Sulpher Springs, on tho Suwan. each'county.represented, was'appointed sion. ,F. 0 HUMPHREYS;'
the '
7th. Thai in proportion to entire
outlay, the perishable material in a nee, on Monday,.the 10th day of June, to draft resolutions exp' *iive: of the, Resolved, That the Southern State* 5 Secretaries.. .

S than in Rail and that 'Conventions be called I have beheld with piofound grief, and t .
I. Plunk Road i is greater a County sentiments of the Convention and to ', -' '
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the in the \work I have endured with jmngnanimous for- PROMOTION :FROM THE RANKS:
first elect the
Krmd being on immediately, to Delegates to "
3 8th and in Rail nominate.two: persons as delegates to beatance the 'attempt of the Northern FORECASTLE:A peution if. circuUii. C
about a
proposed, The counties
S Roadjincluding the machinery of m l vepower' State Conventfon. may the Southern Cunvention n'e. from people, ,in .propagation,of their sickly. 'at Wilmihr tont; Delaware. requrmCongres '

and a just allowance for thu i iton, send .as many Delegates as they please, East and otherfrom South Florida, misplaced philanthropy, to-trample.upon -*, to enacf\lawa'promoting, :!

'. S about 2 8ihs of the entire cost. and .i it will,be desirable.' that many attend the one a Whig, and the other a: Demo : :ihe' above'guarantied' rights-of the. portion of the 4i era of tb4. Navy':aS '

"S S. 8th. That in proportion- the mile, but of course the .vote of each crat. The President appointed B. M. slave :taea: Army from the,raukr:and I O recaste.,

or length of the rJad, these 'is less expenditure county will be regulated by the Convention Pearson, C.. P.. .. S Ruolwdi That this convention, .yieldsto 1lj re's'ngfOd' reason, why* all$
F. C.
Cooper Humph. ,
heroism of the should' btf'T1
section inthe united
S. in-perishable material in the_ itself. no party or \ : country _
Plank Roai ,than in the Rail Road, in reys, Oscar, Hart, Stephen Bryan' nd'JQbo States in devotion to the Union as our opolized as i1ow.-'. t mere'be some _.!
: proportion of near 3 to 1, even with ,We',hope our brethren of the Ancient W.'Starke. On m jo 1.C91. Mitchell : fathers!'framed' it and that our'"patientuiimitfsiou : as to.,the sort':of'perrorrs- I hereaftrr .

regard to the iron.--Jeffertonian. City," "Floridian" and the other was added. .to. said committee. ,, as, ,multiplied> .\yrongs.is the, listed-nnd' thefe will ':be preniydiersandvailora s'f!

Democratic journals, will concur withUP Chairman. The '.Convention" "then ad.: best evidence, aCd devotion,',bul that (auodwoutbyof,4'

The Boston Atlas,. in-iriew of the evidences as to the time and' place designated '. 'we; will'deem\any:'attempt' to>accom' wiihliip "t"! fqrj" .advancement' '- .lk-. f
J S that the Compromise'Commit journed. S -' pUsh'the: : .the guarantiedIghss are"not already i .
i. trespasser upon __ ; ,
S I if it is agreeable to our friends of : {
; tee would probably appointed in'the FRlDAYMcii1ING- of the:stave:;Siaies/abo\e. enu-. i
,S. S the alarm'( the Duval county, we would propose that violations .of' PaAcricAfiitrrtbtraBPACIFICROAD. ';
sounds o people melated.'sucti '
Sennte At:9 p'clockt'e Con, ntitiri met. to, : our rights
that "the of the convention( for bur to elect V vf *,sj f v .. fionx'Ueneialof Dai
r S of New England cause. county, receive .Report .of the' Committee as will justify us in iidopting the.mdstextreme A letter
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{,eedo nn is in danger ,It declareu I that Delegate Co the State Convention :measuiett ":'tilllt.&bem; v' New Jerseypioxv Oalifprniffrecmtlv -.

,S S it )hasnoxv nohope of the-Senate," but 'held' i in:Jacksonville, on, Saturday,..the18ih whichval'S S .," as follows. :; ;;. ..... 5- '-J. lVtcl/rha'P"th.fN" .. :. r.I' I" :'Statescantiot -aooeared f l in" the ;New.: Je1
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S has "undoubted (undoubting 1) ..confideneei I .' The: .Committee' appointed,.to d raft : '',absolve'::tbemselvesfrom[ .;uny "piipeis, giving'a( 'detaifed account:ofjdifficultiesfind ,
: and the different .
,.tht ffot !'.( ne of the editors May, that precincts a Preamble and Rsolutionsiiprissije one' :,provision: the"constitution_ ':without : Hardships of th i .

S writing from Washtngton, of the probable cull meetings' to.celect their.DelAgates. ., of the sentiments'. this"'.Convention,- impairing ibe:qbligat'On' : i :of the wholechafaclef .i land route. General l.D. is a gent "

I appointment rb committee, S.- -,, 'u!'P "I'b"( ut. :t-:''which4' v l -tstWobjccaitIesrdeIzbe : : : '. ,,and:I leaving to the:South" .-the of:taleht;discrimination and judgeHe : .

S ,-"'' ,* 5. l!. is tonsnL also toi nominate i option! '%..to;.submit. r to_:recJfedo;' .Jt. 'expresses the.opinion that a:r4.. !>
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I I S .amy."h.l'idle. to pretend that this decides Latest, from.tbc. .l., dllUl'' : and;report',two:persons as delegates. .- -,Rqev4i 1i rrhat ineziding.Dt4egatesto across 'the..Rdcky. !Mouutaia* nothing, Chat. no one will, be bound,by .' SS to the Southern t 'z Convention/&c beg >' ttie- tbertt;:ConvelluOD .Pacific i*.-i impractieabk'i ,,',eapelntenormotts ,"
'r" 'the action'of t.hiu CompromiAe. c Cdmmit- We J learn, by.an' extract'of ..J letter !wye|f report, That they have j1ttf' fm- template\iciitbe; :dissolution,'lifJt \the' that no;"awoufii! :of 'btl. .._

fr "t'e. This is not true. It i.] i8ive. receivedheirornagentlernnaiTam.p1,4a1e4'19t1 'ed the,:duty:assigned;them: ,:1 q&izk';to # ryation f of tho .Union. i j if itbep: <' }, J likely! to be done by=,koe4cornpenitherefoi' fw.beY'...

S S -S 55 S The end will show thlt- this (fatal! first i !, 'April' 850i; that.Capt, submit i (or'.,.the consideration':of this ible:" x nsistenilyy! "with! <"6tii?'.:.consttin-! .. ."- f .u

step will cost,the whole. The die is :convention, the f.ollowinWPreambI I Ie:andReolutaons tilnal 1 igb !i theretoncenttaieaod'expre5a : S 0 : :".-..' .r-:; '.(it
turned from- ,
CAsErii1 > Caloosahatc- '
cast so far 01 the Senate is' fbncerned, ; -" 'to.wit.: .-'.:: / il ',Vuch, .a;..&ntimedt'as 'shall',inistruct o?'A=FBBE::SoiL:Go '

etndlff&r thee is little.tint*. fautit, :Mat .h.e'nd;?bringi ,4': iietvs: r :He' '!; ;:'\V hreaii the tFed.ra1::Costjtut ion, the, .>Southern;people how-i id:preserve Thtt'.u.Qie of Hepreaefutstives "ofRSFO&T :-.

the house will'hot be found. any.'more reI'he .that Bowlegsiidiit1tbat-; : ;j eople .S under iwbich,J the"Union'of: the United. .' ." .' : rights.'g ',1i'.t"* ;'; "'ifThe State of Pennsylvania have_'i-.r ;

S :" Ja1JI" -S .f" S I. will; emitrate/ortiVtney! lire, ;,wiltig'to 1ttatel'.ofAmerlCli' wu'formed' and noxv. Coincaiuee: beg ,I lea te further.,torepprtvtbavthey order;)ihe;,ri.tlnori '.the .iD4.$
.S S I I S': home editor lio\ "rri,appends a :confine!"BVi- '*. '" smaller exists,; w asasedupnth i principlesofmutualcomromi8Bdadaliatin : ; have telected:' and':do ;message:Of' ;GMverhot; JbS t' ,!

hr ': tote4ayinRE: i '. ?* .\ .< :. '?' .- fWVc -% themselveBrwtthm# ". n.. S : t ,.1) '.: noroiuateColvBMPcarwniOfBencoaQfyE l ; : North' :American::'and :other :frftiewspapera ,

: f'J.Jt, think onr\hociateji: mistaken ',urnnotcompl3fl2 i .' q ) h..i' .t'giy .J ; .whichahL- : -.tbe t tfgp artieSvther i : tiiwcreguarantiedtobo ,9pe Lds lid t ',:Tor '.Jte1 levfdte are_greatly"euraged at '

I \. uioiiwprobWeaetiorrof'J abeHee.. :with-J his promise i i''is,'that : : pretfervedin: }:in* from; South',Floridavfor: : the! :Scqthern'Conv.ntion and '.denounce the mojqtyueABPed ,"(1'
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their piD "J.' .Jr'' -zo ; its ,truth*: Per. 'If' y : 9O ". .v-- ; l-.l OW. I..IIfaIIf.. ... .' c..

htlAQ4er the qnstftUtIO1 otik.11 'number. ,:ofni< T,m torepreseat'. 'Ud..Hi.&I, '_,. ... r- cons who have Wen'that 'most' restleasofbird S ';o df.- ,: t'PEE ;- In $Y4'eai, t jit' -r: buares so ,.I..I:. : /I.

cit 1 k. tcrri rie theeo sni Dt.o NuJmJl.C r- > '- .. 1 $ ',IoJlr ': i andurefaHiiliar'withits strength JL.: form tbe .hizeu'OrJa bo .- .II.- .14111n.er" ...". .., ,'. ;O. ;
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I St&tc$ 11& .-;Thatwe, fully a .the rounding 'that he TO .0 : : :i- jLlABETEKAL. : T. l'
Nuhril1t09 mltlcm f' I .' adtabi tfiB inysthe. Loiiiiville coiontry,. has opened the abort .zfln .
;'.Fe23do. ;
ect the 1ieprtAd";ind8iutors1nCogupch r"L'r. establiiajaent'with ft tiew;toseil: good ftt na .* "' '. -f'ftl-, :' '
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Meecgt99der '
called the Jouraalj] will hare less difficulty'believing .
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T.Mgbw 1.. j snath rftlU:b Ue.lDJ..that' J '
Cot J. :" ; au nimbiep ,J& &}: '
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take Oac CbaIrC sa4ebfS11ery, an4. ..rn 4an in than- those ".1. <.. .
monel&h&t GCD.Je carter 1 / *hiIstiuiy. .who b r-tb 'sl.. l1l.JB' *"ell : 0 = :
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d Dr.L.D.Bosaa &I SecrIt&r7tQ their information,'patiiotisi and devotion'. i.have not:aeen .it. It is.an odmirablettbryrana criS constantly7?receiving e i P41nna* .,8'. _1b&. H JlPiI 1t 0 -' :'. 0

ordered.IVtbJ the:&itiiS'and rights t Uxelr.coasiitaeiitawill ; J4Tery weliiold's. %-. .. ble Rod. : latest:style of. s Fancy d"At"ftl. ; Dry,, rob- teTofDiivsl&aaD4';cO enr ..Jl ; ":1.,1 -"" .. .,
was v "
g&mvhleh Goodtbwit. ntiT a
'inbrief sustain them'if'necescarj to the'.list extremity. ; "jrne following"" ': r .It : a4 :. .vWeM._ .:' .: t
request of the Chair, Cot Magbee, < *" most "extraordinaryci English and American PrintsGintthaas 7 -UacJwp from the tUrthes ;: \

and P rtineat reniarks 'explainedoftheMeetinand % ream stance is fur mshetl inaliter from 0 .Cbaoibraysr White_ and Colored Mnalics. i';-' .cfth estat l u" ':: : :

leY oored that the JlUDeaGettes.lohD: W.Stark, J.L;Terrr, L. 'an officer of the1 83d,.' gime it how'in" .EmhroieretMts3iu3LIuLawna: .latsOfDvaIcounty.. j -- 0 -'.- &#"0." .,

,.otject Committeeof torVrepareexpressUe D. Rogers,Wm.Cooley and H.D.,Kendrick were India to a'friend in.Mont real."'Whilst ';BUt TbS,a wt] B irex.;;L Handkerchiefs; "Ii. ,_ ',MAKY_. _E."'SAt7ND.. ,." '- .'. 0 1. .-
a Mlk aod :
&DappoiAt then nominated and' .the meeting the" division .of ..1Ii 83d i 'l Cotton Handkerchiefs'-- ".: ** :J .
of the sense of theaeet* appointed by regiment to ,Cotton Gloves;Lisle Spun Silk auct Silk do. ,. :. ,: '_ _

$latioDl Committee offivc UOideedhe1* delegates to represent the county Hllhboro', : which the'',writer belonged J ;was: 'on' its Whit and Colored. Hose;' '.' ; 0 <; 'OK': '- -'.' L

g. n named Cot J. 8. Magbee, in,the OcaU nTyintj n.. I way to.l Indiij; being at the time,a 'short H : 'ihit.Hose' 'f p' 0 .. 1 : ia..t.lac: 1..w.-: :;; .' '

poll the Chairman John Jackson Co A J. Fores* The meeting was addressed by..the Chairman! I distance"eastward.' the, ,Cape,>oneofthe" Brown Bleached- Shirtings W and,Sheettnw u. t-.\ .-' 0 { Q OJ' .LOZUIL .-_ .- -:' /- I t

Darling, A.Martin, J. T. Magbee John W. Stark Major men wa severely flogged Jor. 'some ) ., .NonCBhh glYezF&Ja c ti. 0 tof
and John iA. James as sue* Committee, < Iriah Unens. ; 'SHk'Cratats f,Colored.do.; "
0 0 "
T, ordereiL And on motion of Colonel D. Launey,CoL.H.. T. Fisber, 4 L. Terry and slight offence.- Midihned.atthe punishment _Table< -:Dam,i3k-, -t.-'Scotch Diaper'* .' said Court,thVA"p tTCTmlKeoT5S I \

bich .as Chairman and Secretary were add Col.James_A.,Gofft.in appropriate and spirited the poor,fellow was no sooner Swiss and Cambric'MtisliDii % fc !ssft, 'IIoaurot 4 > 0 1 t i iPer
:Ugbee the released than in the sight of all his Bared da; Striped cIo aackl JGQ J
remarks tending;toirce thb subject clearly WhiUand-ColoredBerUn ApriIiS.o. .t 0 ( 0 0 J
IJommit ;
to the Cords : .
: On motion, the meeting tlea adjourned to before the meeting, vix;. that we should 1aim comrades and the .hip'scrt'w be sprang Trimmings, of every'description;;. : JOHN 0? MThICK;Manw.r ; 0 0

half '7 o'clock on Thusdajrreaing no more than we have the right but to claim overboard, There,was a high sea running Cologne; ,French JBitracts; '- 0.1.ZmWl1L'apClt1.lIecJiatt... I
.eet again at past the time and' the nian. Pearl Gilt and Bone. '" SI.Augustine Feb. 1
and insist having that. at as : :swept Buttons;'* v t--. i 23, J850- 'ma.r 0 >
at which time the Committee were npon CoateVand Leers Spool Cotton __ -, i-t.* %, ', 1
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on astern allhopeofsavingrn! seemed \: v1' -'
0 0 : :
On motion of James Gettis it was ordered 0 :
Mosquito 'c -
NettingFringejGimps -
j f-dered to report. that tte prxeeding of this meeting be signed' to vanish. Relief hewejer, came ,'and; EJging. *,*<* 0 HEW. MBgAtjfiaam t 0 1 1 k

I & fla April llth iso from quarter where no one cvr With eYer! variety of Goods usually la --
by the Chairman land Secretary and tne_news kept a 0 J
dreamt of pursuant to adjourment as < w. looking or Persons wishing to purchase -E_ BILLIARD '
Meeting met of the State i
Th
are requested to pubIisthesatne. "
papers will do :
I well '
the delay incident on lowering a' to call and examine rorthem elna. 0 .. -
organized and was called to order bye SALOON,4 f
trionsty
and whilst the' .WILLIAM DEWEES.. 1 :0: 0
Chairman. i On motion of< Fisher It was ordered'that boat crowd_ on _deck Apri120th, 1850. ly ,'

When motion of Cot. Magbee Capt. T. D. : the meeting. do now adjourn. were watching,form of. tIe soldier .9lBESUBWRIBEbjfledB Y' *
on
the Committee .JESSE CARTER,Chairman.L. struggling with the boiling .wares, and PANAMA AND RICE S A HATS; 1. STOKT,North"tide, one doorfr: 'Ih.., 0 *
added to on reaotions JA
arkm&n was corner of Liasaxr .
D. '
ROOE&S Secretary.CorrcsptHtuence .
moment less distinct $
and said Committee ordered to reporLCol.J. growing every, .,. a. 'BOWLINGALLEY.wdfi'lLLSsD 0
Ladies Bonnets Bonnet BALObN.
of tne Li amore Sun. large albatros, such ns are alwaysfound ; Trimmings;. ."Th .establisnmant has ..
.T.Magbee,Chairman of the Committee. Stationary.of every description ; beea&t up nt,
in those 't
ea read the following Preamble and Besolumi WASHINGTON, April 21.The latitudes .coming like A general assortment with almost t* qsualhotjr. \ e.
magic An imperceptible Just received and for sale ,
were adopted by the meeting: at reduced .
cO11promie.cOlDmitl- appointed 0 0 0 '
.motion approached and made swoop prices at thestoreor v T1ej 0 .O .
Whereas, the report of public sentiment as on Friday last, have already, had a at'the man, who in the agon e- of the. WM, P. DEWBBS, HAS been supplied with to theehoicesOiniww'
in the details.of the present Congress and seeni to have' ) April 30. 0 '
hibited meeting, agreed on death struggle,. seized it and held it tf mlp tGsu1t.nU(1 tiWill .
shows determination of the the 0 be prepared with despatch.* The ,delSdei 0 : ;
in session, a following: 0 0 0 ,of. .
in]nip and this'

ijority to press that "body into legislation 1st. To, report a bill 0 for. thp admission kept firmly afloat untill grasp assistance, by was'rendered mean "DYING,AND: .SCOURINGETABL.,1SliWE.NT .the tersPsrtndges snaon will he,Yeniaon at.all tine Steais ropplled,*c( smed-Uya." 0, ."
rt'
xra the subject of sLurery, and also the deter nf Caliiornia, and the establish from the vessel. Incredible "ns this all hours, and on the short fnotice? 0. 0 : 0 I

action of that majority by such legislation to ment territorial governments in Utah story seems, the home and, posit i ion-of No. 73, Y.rlf Mlrrci,' Tbe ..Btl lard 'Jhil".' .,

slate the guaranties of the Constitution,which and New Mexico. the writer of tho I t.tert'bo.wl s an eye 0 (BEAR OP THE COURT' HOUSE,) HAS been imported expressly'fo> the Hoo r .. 0 0' ,

cure to the Slate S.just right and fair equality 2. They report a separate bill fo? the witness of the .place its authenticity 1d ia'ot.&he rnost beaqaeotr, : "1
scene
SAVANNAH GEO. lion with air J .
: .
India '
settlement of'the Texas : and rubber dukio&s. 0
and dinributionoCthe public : boundary, by .
the <
acquisition doubt. But for 0 .
beyond a this assistance .3
liberal ,. that State KX> 0 2'l ..... ..,. .. _t
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t
imoin; and whereas, the permanency of the a compensation thus aft .Tiled, the w'riter'adds, ALEXANDER GALLOWAY A BBalsoji' r *n :? j

ion of the United States is held by us to be 3d. To make Mich amendments to earth, could ''. frwntheworianan"andtferr" 0
saved the xx. .
no on
power have Returns his thanks to.ius'friends/for the fa .CPnTenience for the entertainment asJ o.-
such fut importance to the cause of freedom the laws of 1793, for the recovery of soldier in : comtOI't'otpmi lw.b: 0 t
as of the eD sIcordlaliy -
consequence tremendous Tors he has received since be commenced business 1

roujhout the worll,and to the progress of the fugitive snves'as shall adord securityto .sea .running long time_elapsed in this city in 1832, and would state'to his ***. -inTlte the.'pnUiciotallW

iaciple of free rej resentatire Government, the South. before the, boat could have been friends* and the public generally,.of Savannah. thiEatahlishmeot. aaanring 'them.thatI shall: -

its dissolution cannot be contemplated by 4th. To abolish the slave trade in the been manned and gst 'downslItbistime .and its vicinity.and the surrounding country spare_ no. efTort.to'contnbute to theii: ttcreafio*':., I. ,
that his late visit to London 0
during and Scotland
GEORGE
District of Columbia the
.
by extending 0 'v.n. .
ft the utmost horror-aside from the the rnnbclinging ts the bird whose he has acquired various improvements. 'Jac ksontilliFebmai7l61849. .-" : t
Jy
laws of Maryland over it. 7' i- : -
_. and .. .
and that connected
position consequences must nit fluttering struggles escape bore > :.

to us by such dissolution; and whereas, Little or no doubt is encountered but ,him up. Who after this should di:pair DYING & FRENCH CLEANING! DAGNI .CENT. ..OTT.EBYI. -' 0 t
_
that all these bills will both Houses ,
jo,although. the perpetual union of the United pass. A raging sea-a drowning man-an I whi h he trusts, will enable hiuftogive: general 0 One.xrsttd G"ai'.t' : .

itea is,as it were, invaluable to every true by respectable majorities. albatros ; what eye could see.safely under satisfaction to all who please! to favor him 8. p lsoMO .I
_
In regard to the Texas boundary, it : with their patronage;. s : f
nericinand to every friend to the freedomthe 'such circamstances ; or who wil! x 0 And 250 :
I. Ladies' silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls &c, ptheacf$2,000.0 0
is not decided whether that matter t
of the human when such yet dare to eall this.chance? Is it rather "
misses race, yet nut &. cleaned and -dyed various colors so as to VIBGINU STATE LOTTERY'I, .
will in bill .
iioa ceases to produce a government of Law, .come up a separate or a lesson intended to stimulate faith give good satisfaction. For the benefit of Monragalia -1' 0 0 ; I

it and equal, and to bring in to the adminis whether as a kindred subject, it will be and,hope, and teach us never to despair Table Covers'cleaned or dyed as may be reqUIre CloaD. ,.forI830. Academy: ; r
I .
included in the bill for the admission of
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ation thereof, in lien obsolete theories,proCeIUturiil16. sincein the darkest moment, when the Gentlemen's .girmentsrenovated1n, the 0 To be drawn_at Alezandria,Ta-on SaturdajApril '- J I
California and the establishment of territorial same _' 0
ul .and reason, it ceases to be the in New Mexico' waves dash, the winds"roar, and a gull good style as formerly, so.tas not to be surpass 27,.1850r under thesuperbteo*" ." J .

aioa established by our ancestors, and we re- governments seems, closing over our head, there may i ed by any.done at the prth, or dyed:as may 0 dence Commissioners. 0 .: 0 t

-rd it as possessing the semblance only, not and Utah. Should a separate bill be. be ai albatroscritar"' *. ,. I.be require; 'without. staining the skin ox soiling f. '.'.-A.'f/BY' &" C y* fflaa n' : !
introduced the cornmjtte.otof.rea.pect the linen. 7SDumbU "' ', i S
e reality of the Constitution won. ,by tb free for lie oldest Senator, will pr-ba' Paste that is Poire.-Dissolve an 'LadiesBonnets dyed" black, cleaned and 0 iottery.-43' drawn taHetsl8rjLcu 0 f f1

irereiga frntHndependant Colonies of British pressed in a superior.style. >n> scuaz.. '
bly recommend the passage of Mr.. Betaton's ounce of alum in aquart of warm water 0 j 0.
Ladies/ and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned magnificent capital or.- linaoW1 0 (
Jrth America by the Revolution of 1776. ; '
bill. \ ; when cold, add as much flour'as after the most approved London fashion. 1 splendid prixe of '. 0 50oooJ !

Therefore, Resulted 1. That Congress hns now Tomorrow i& fixed) upon for an argument will make it the consistence. of cream ;: Terms moderate. J do- .. 30J0007 0 0 .

r under the Constitution to legislate for on parliamentary usages be then strew into it as much powdered N. D.-Orders f from', Florida, South Carolina 0 X 'do2Oooe: 0 :

ttgiinsi Slavery in the United States or in tween the oldest' Senator (Mr. Benton) rosin as will stand flO hilling, and and the interior.of .Georgia,.will faithfully .l do. ,.,. .. .. t *;'OC''.; :
and attended t. dO -
|e separate States, or in Territories thereof. and "the Ne tor" of the Senate, (Mr. two or three cloves; boil it-to a consistency __ punctually to. 1l1.. d _. ',. _: 1t.,AA* !_R: 0
-- -- oW. .
pe Powers delegated to it by the separate Clay.) i rather tliink) that wisdom will stirring U. all the. time. It will: W:H (TEPfli.I, : G ?, .250- 'do i(West:S-uxniUr: prizes) 2,00 iJ v -0 i

iates being limited to tho control of the forgo Mr. Benton twelve 65prijesof .-. .Lr "
triumph overage, though keep fOI months,and when dry : ; ..'300"64 : ; i

Slave trade and as I o trade therein between has entrenched himself behind four may be softened with 'water. fe. /65 do do .' -. -;- .- : -. '_.'. '300': :' I

le States to maintain the of the Conillation. volumes which he has committed 0 : ,- ,29'.' ,
equality quarto ._I; .65 do-' .' .
!
Jl Fact for the feo-ple.-Onty eight flnmi1K.lc4. ., ler4a4UNDEGZiEDresctul1y : l gv.-" 0 .
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4gIOdo. _'
to !
memory. .
I RtsolccdZ, That the Territory of the United The treaty between the United States members of the Whig party i in the.Sen. rpHE X the Pc b1i 'that they are the.Lessees inform of .:)07nAO, r -do ;. ;. .- 0 -.- -.':: O-.,*: 0-: ,t. f i.

(Lies ate of U. S., voted for .M r..Footers com icbt LS4 Ha1Ta $20-Quarters 1i i is the common property of the citizens and England in regard to the Nic ra- this celebrated:Spring.and would respectfully -' 0
e Uuited States and has Canal has been signed find will promise Committee This loom the urge the afflicted to come and be healed. ':Tho Eighths. .- H 0 .
Congress no right gue Price"of certijteates of fnthii ? !
face of all the professions'.of.the Wbij virtue of the "der.is a L* fixed fact" not ideaL packages ., abate 0
ler the Constitution doubt be ratified. The British Em .
to legialate either los ItO To those nfflicted.with RHEUMATISM SCROFULA MagnificentSchooe ssfollows: -# : : -, _
and in'favor oTcom
.e introduction or prohibition of slavery in bassador sacrificed himself in the most press Whig party DYSPEPSIA ,and lh.<.Thousasd ills A certificate of package of 26 w. Voj* 0 0 0 i:

j I Territory, and further, that the doctrine of agreeable manner in the world, and promise, and all their abuse, the Democracy which mortals are heitowewouldrespect.fully 0 ticketsr .-:<>,. "% ,v fiWdao ,.. 0 t ,

a-intemntion is the true doctrine ,of the yielded precisely all those points \vithout.which -- for-being opposed to. itViJ1 i suggest that. !they try its Virtues,believing Do do 26nalres 250'00 .. 0 :: .

ath. he and Mr.. Clayton knew it the people remember this fact ] j from many almost miraculous cures effected by 0 .Do do 26qnartersl2500H '

its use, tbattbey7a1soiIle! wimilariy benefi Do _do eighths :62.5d". ; 0; f .

.Resolved 3, That the Ordinance of 1787, the would be in vain to expect the treaty to ted. "- V A certificate'of a packageof & will enti- _. .,1-1 0 \

wsouriConjpromUeand the Texas guaranties be ratified by the Senate The British 07:: The friends of OSUARHABT, ; :TheMekerofpleasnrewillherefindadelightful tie*the holder-to over>442 lieu that may be" 0 0

re been the over.lmentyields the protectorate announce him as a candidate for Lieutenant Colo p1 to while'away time Their.Table,will drawn by.the twenty-six ticket*named therein.-'; :' .
United
accepted by States .
as art be t spread with the.best of the land, and uo'exertion Certificates halres,; quarters,and-.eighths Uproportion. 0
Militia
of the Constitution for the General Gorern liver the Mosquito Coast,,as she does nd of the twelfth Regiment of .Florida on the 'part will.be wanting to providefor .; '; -"sv ; ,.'. 0

rat thereof the right of occupancy of constructing to fill tho vacancy occasioned by,the resignationof '' ,.i7hisplendid scheme iso fc thezaosta/ 0
and any change by an act of Con the comfort and pleasureiof..lIlto. e of Z .
ts of these organic laws without the con and garrisoning forts, &c. The American Lieut.'Col-Tracy. 0 The!surrounding country i*filled'with Deer .tractire ever.drawn'inthe United States,.and":, ..:_ .: .. :.....;' o.. .t.
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to have the preference in I and.Turkey.-an-d tJie-StreajM.with thefinest .welt worthy of the attention"of adTeutortn.' ?: 0 '. .' .
it of '
the blare States, is legislation upon the the c'nstruction company of the Canal provided NEW STORE:! NEW STORE? of fish. Go0d dogs ajj4fihinEtackjei1tb6atall The lowest prize:that'can.:be. draw',by a ticket", ; ':0 "

bject of SLrery, aud therefore a riolaiion of .times at their; service..' "*, j. baring..on'it three7:.tt Uie. drawn numbers, is". ;- <
.
(Constitution. the work be commenced within twelvemonths UNDERSIGNED respecfully. informs '. Conreyances,JACKSONVILLE'directto.the $2,000.or : ,YO -. :,' .< ---A

BeIlwd 4 That the of the otherwise 'all other countries THE Public that he)has'opeoed aStoreat 'SPRING'all tunes ready; *_ \ ;. .Orders for tickets and shaits Ju 4JCl : 0 ,.' .' .
organization '
having the bame right premises on BAT 8TaEET,opposite the.Libdt, Board pejr;.month- .'-.'.;> $20 00. 'of packages:in the abore'magnificent ; '; 0 ;
uhville "
Convention is a peaceful measure landed lulU also'happy to state that our.negotiations ,Pole,formerly occupied by M! \Vp.-B. Boss," l'ben'A1d Serraats. ,,., ,.. ,10,00 wil I be prcmptly-attend' ed to,and.an account:of .0 "_., 0
to concentrate the real opinions of the and that he bason hand a variety of goods ,H6rsespefmontnV.March3. ,." ..0, 'r li 00 .the drawing be sent immediately after it si':' "- 4 .

fpleof the slate States and.utter the \viih'- Mexico for the Tehuan- 1 which hairing been purchased in the Northern ".0 '.. 0 BUFk'INGTON. & BYA., cyst to all.who".nuy ordir tickets from us..: -

*only they esteem to be, their 1UI1e tepee route, are about to be: crowned Markets at exceedingly,low rata he enabled -. ,-.-18"' ,'.'._.,r.::..'- N"-.." "'."' '.- ,- ',Addresi" -" ; ',J*;&. aM*". URY,'4gessP.bruszy.26 .._ ." ;

rights guaran with success.. A route practicable" to dispose of on the most satisfactory terms.- .' : 7 : : .- .'. .Aln.DTa._ [ : I
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ri to them by the Constitution of the United them he would enumerate- '< : ". .*' .: '. 5 '-2m j
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: 0
beenciinstrnrted Among f f Nqtice -
wagons and mules has aheady / ,:. ,' :lv 0 : : 0 .: \
1"
atea and the .f : 7 'i 0 0 .:'n', ': :- A. .- .. ,
laws
organic herein before and the.necessary funds Dry Goods.otjll' kjnc18Har1I. ; : TflB; olABT EBSOT-ihewtoforenexis* .LaBdFr: !Sale,, 'Nai .T .:' .0 -

amerced, to which they hare given their us* subscribed to establish n, Hue of steamers Provfsjohs 0 between-the anaersigned,Jn the 0. ,. <....., '- .- .' .' ."
at, but also in regard to the final settlement i. from New Orleans Guatzacualro i.I ware Crockery : 'conduct f the.1 Jacksonrille Hotel,? under the .! : 0 .. ''W '. _

the question .4 Medicines >Goods ; ,name.'firm and style of f.Bu1ingt9llCOr.'is !I lills land,aqzajersection Iqusntity iii c ". .
ofelmry now threatening to : -and from !Tebuantepec to' San Fancy. day'dissolred by nutual consent.,iThe bn- : i 0 i
: : .L .in 8imm ?s flammock Atwsemfles '
t assunder i"t' c ;
the band of onion between the free Francisco. The dill anee saved, by this & .& 81DfD..111Qntizuze to conductediy SAM- distance' '- .: 0 i
.. .: : from the pltzdgrowjngiu.0 0 0
ilaUte .
States, and ws belie,e this to be a route in comparison.to.thai. 'Panama, 0 ait- 0 .DEL""nUfFINGTON-.ho'.u.aloDe.u of Tampa.._,Abont one h4f is cLayed asd htf' 0 : \ ., .
will oJ lower than '
*<* all of which -be prices 'to collect the 'debts of the late firm and who ': '
and '
ry induprnsable theressions miles end letters : been:in cultivation two '
defenceagatnst The
be about 2,000 yearr. -r
will : ha.ehUherto.be offered to.th .commnriiij;? : Jie ,of ; !
will also attend t settlement theIrjOiZIt
apeD our rights and liberties,.cans from _'here would reach'San Francisco. He would',also state,that fb is:his.;:especul ; r : :' y '..' :warmlight and ofgood. depth'i. ani. is>ell''.. 0 0 ..
outltandiugacconI3ta.' .
known ,it
iiad urged on by the procreaC' 11 ten days sooner than by.'tho; present intention.bttp'f on'hand"at an tixej a: loll, ; -..-.!C SAMDELBUn1HOTON; ....,. 'The inter;for.is soft:Urge and pure vield. ,and of th,8.L place cot4ea.-$ ': : ...,.

e pteudo. hiUnthropy of the Abolitionists route. The climate of the"Isthmus supply ofPflO1S1O43th15t' v qiwltiy,* .. '- )"'. .;0: ;., ,.C"'.: .J-.PBILIP_.. ..; ;. ';, '_,.r" .,, ; ; dedJ-.e. ?.,';Several hundred! _: .-,.;. 1

led and aisktedly the etallee and ambition of irehaanfapee., 1*" perfectly salubrious, such as': -T-. ;-- '*' >'Jacks. D.l11e'Aprill1La- ;' ,_ : ., .....*.1850ft. .' .' '*'* -sc...j -ol4igc;ajaotBt and eiuih> iho.be. .' _' O.. ;

edeaugogues political leaders of the',free and the,.country entirely free:from r .Ba o'n._ ," ,",.18.' .< .:Flour- ,".-;Pork.t- .. ,. -Lard,. .. r, ,.0 O0._ 0-r---' 0 -r'_',r :. ,- ._if _'" 0 I .' .iog-oa"r euais;f:'swderate, ehvaii .:S .;": 0 :..' f

"tes.As such the Nashtille Convention ii tiJ;' Vero. '' Coffec-& / : ;:,::,. KdminiStratofir,, :Sale;, rang "good 71"the. ndghbcrisg wood* saipriari <: ..0
,
Butter Sugar '. ", which latter asiv YIn '
.. .. ._ : :' are quit*ejt "Wiii : 0 : : -
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fly : 1 : .
approted the .- 9' ; mE SHALL for .sale-at the Court .
by expose
eopleof the county of aah = convesiefitdletan ,JOB.the pnbHc laad,,k a. .
illsborongh .here atsembled ....mod, also, the "Wt[ 4cgnIi.a, Difficultiu.. -'," 'The, .which bl"l1. "theloweat.,.. .' pres.AlspBROUGHT ,. s.: .",:"-Boose 4oor. inihetown: of'Jacisonmlle7on -' .nt 'for a re deac. .''-overlcokiDg a-Greer.. .f : :"

onreatioa of Prairie! du Cbien' Patriot says; that the, : .Lim"e" ,,.'Ha'y&c. '.ci.. : ';,1 1'- : :' :.MondiyI4; e,"thirteenth;day of;May: .M'.1".__, Thswifl&aeko. -. J" '-.1., .
delegates front the counties* of cn.Black Jtl 'oeit, at:the osual:hours creale, all tie':loads byppU-- sIeyiesnorida: : 't& "'9 (.' ..
1QOOWinneagoes tvery 0 ,
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Lst and >Ff EGAN .
South Florida proposed to be held ;IQSEPB: ; the estate of Jafflf Jam eIatfof: $O. : -
atoa tamed'tOtheir M '.!isutt.thoilgb i. ., ., . : --belonging. :.r" JW:8TARL: 0 :. .; :' -
.l*, the fourth Monday of the resent f hostile 'and de : ,,TCl53flTw5M3Y 4tbl85O.' :" ,Doroconnty,. eceasior sorauch thereof. as tDc.jj84, '.. t' 8Ii'. : -.- -' .r .:' .
emits .
t.rn.tiooa'e
< ,' ; To. 0. r :
_tL __ _ _' ; debtsfeiFf 7- : : .
will bUeceaq4 thduteidIeg,<. "
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__ pay ;
-U.U, wr me purpose or : -- .. L. ... .... "1"t. ., ,
cnoosuag adegatec to. ; Ihe'wjn'krl1;; :ircery iWbhe.flfli! ,-- '' .'Mci1cC72' .>\ <_ i-; ;; .;d ESta.ta... ; .'. .- "d.r""i I 0 'c-, ;.. '; 0 '. : '. 0
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present thai portion;Florida.lnU" ***" f -, ?=. af!viti'sltheciinptiy ""' to the Jail. of Colambi* ,-,' ...-, j'".:.-'.'fIt.ite'. bc.r..I'.d"'l"'I'I, '. "e"J.i" :: 1.'S >,( ; .
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NIhIto befo3 bq;: ilU : A. < -. : ..1It". ". .. ..: z." .r r. ; T
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Ua Convmtio iBtended U held 0 ,. ,coottty.:.JSast FloTwSyTSind' committed .'.,_' .}... ,, UV.., &.1-_. : .BY-.v.-o.-.U tJ .. ..' _"" 'c ".' ,'
a*:NaahUe oldl'avOrite buOiing; *Ou d T J 0 AlAat.I. .\ ,-, .. .. '. ," .
r ... .
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intthe SUoe of Teaueswt on" the'3d di i : 0 to the Z&11 in,Alllon3be2Sthsays f;!:'..ac.7. ,nl ...A .1.t., .1 ,...f.r.a' ..: -.+ .-: c.-d..' 1IM: ... '&. .4' '0 _"-":.' .. :.
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v dTepratiwon f 0
1r d1.d .a ri u._ a'1i 1 ; : : : '
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f June next \' ; have: ot.AWU,1 < r : ; .er I.(JGi'pu'. ,_ ..., .. .. :_-i.1..?.;. .
) -the"_Wbite$, ftcaIInZ!i : iorcs.attJt ttit ku (UBLIN, thatbe beloop to .'. "N otjcf it'T: .., _, 'yW1I.JL I "_- 11, "!.<..-'_'. "-'"+',-.:"""<"'- 0 :.'' 0

ealped5, Ths.titPeopU. tmecoonty,of &o ,Many *Rttlew, who .hav (rece tly .wrL Iw.of.Y; lorida.. :8ai4jnegro> jsibottfr i .-.? "'-. J-.*- .i' I ;' I. .! .:.#':"t"cr"" ... f, .('..,", ., ,-." "<"- ::-":, .;

iUsborougli! ..bled,.do ftdly;:' car located d, 'eetwieoia ' .'.'. "i
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ith the counaea of East and ._ IIIPo- i- r.- ," 'c '- .' '. ,,' '. I
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Ad aat1 Q'i1 ,whcimOtll1&C5Of ', ;.' ."A ITn.1'.n.'t1tun., Jailor.. ':"- ..-aigaa .RtCARW' .-. < I'Y. ., ,- *A*!>? ';
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gist Monday 1nJun eztut9 o'clock, A.M P1ANKLn
Presden4EcEL 43faoceb1etp

: kffzDtcceIrakku4 *Separate $ STIll be fittcduP: (ortbinc riuT -. t 4 4 .- -. t AT -

PUNT. FREEMAN,4\ var .". commodatien'bf''yojuig I JMls iv ftiberthey the AEcflE1AEMiDYC
!. ," Vssri'tfi A jrilbbe instructed in the Elm ntny end thlMESSRS. ie .

Amount ofPunds liable"for losses, $205,08934* hlgttcr branches 6f nnVEnglish and"classical siontb 1DkSjil1 bet111cntmuwk U I

BiL o/-Premiums above:invest-, Education,1 and; yoxing Jirien will be' fitted .for1 ,- F4 -- SAWAljL' Ii

ments, 465,93767; College or fdrlprofessional life In the Latin fcnd Bep.iringof. 1l kinda, xcutctWitbno t.ness' $5 I1jlUiSMEDICINE.wu id
t I -w
: L 0O Greek classiea., and in, the Philosophical.;and a d le&iiatcb, ditlppdsl tI! B1tLIAIWSALOON. for 'general mP ,
Y'' Math riitIc l Z fi .iSti et > # $ !ketjte S&&nor '
Annual Rater of-Insurance[ 'ef ,0 ,,!-,- '. ; ; ; .. Z- -1. tUBENJAMt1IG,1MILLS ? repared by a regular- causes, produced by lnearity .

Hundred Dollars on a Single 'J4JeI r' ttuemats.. Jacksoni1Ue, Sept.Mb,, 1S Am.E J, of axeniPepi'cti accident*?? *- -5* ,_ e.4
will 6e divide l into four
THE YEAR qusrt oX eoterai7ca1L In ib1lious cli1eThos : 't
: ib.m 3 4> *4 .* IBc -about 12 weeks each .,wiintervez4ng'wa a-:
S c 5 a S c 5 a ih hMeU.Qd1t; ,vigortting effects on'spnsjill
: c b 2 0 G S? .. o S tions; have two sessions. the first I'-- -
Thedaywill :
: seen its sol a tary i>ffect5,upon-otters,,:ne d no weakness IlazaItzde
frc
& i? I* IS? .RSV from O'to 12 M, and'the second. froai3t6j5 P. .;R.iB &CO.1uvng1cas-: farther eijdencooflta gat vaIu TMhealth :at once beco'merobusi and full ,te5nt,

Idj 4 <2- <= g- 4 o = M. .Wednesday mornings will be appointed -*, ?* JA-- : --Cr -and it"1. tHebu*- lnssWcheofT ;has been perfectly .r :its Jnfluttice.:; It ItomedlAteof

-s as a "3 s E$4 ft
S5. HI- Gi tion. .-- Y_ v *V < 2Jir operation simply gaspen'dtheftdaeaw ,- .., .. ,fleg4 ;
U % i 4i i- -is. *i E After the first term,nc pUpil will beTeceiycdj i 'Mi Ume;.bntr'jtff/pnrifx! thQ lysi. I.0 Jt.will not-- Jbe expecttd.? of-us% .in T S -

except at or near the beginning of the session, r.todoa GENERAL* -CQW&SBUSINESS.i ;' tem1and Restore it to"sound and perfect health.1A. deicatiatnieto eihibit* *\llr5
1& .72 8 t3 41. 178 1S 331 and no pupil for less than one term;' .- : :;; ;.,:rV: .small & othe'canses" treatmeni cafl assure'tne cer'perfcrniedlmt'we '

15_ 77 88 I6 42 185 189 340I6 Tuition. -. Their charges are. establishedby the Satan* and (rare of fefer and.agiledothertfiseffi5es ofh'ma 'hundreds of ease*have bees tmieft-
if ifI 90 1 62 43 1 89 1 91 3.51 nah rates. t reported tojj
81
.
had ,
Reading,Writing Arithmetic, $6,00; < 'Vnoye gratis of the un-. Dg.-TowNsricnl. My
17 86 91 1 65 44 1 90 1 OJ 3 3 studies i 8O0 They are .the Agents;,of ,thef U.S.. Mail i tressed Tffebwr
Higher English ; ,by weakness and,general' debilk
18 S9 92 16 191. 196 373 Steamr3-Jt this place, andare nowenabled, Also from thehtghest
: Philosophical and Classical studies, -. 10.00 r ,.numerous*certificates men of -jShfi rine'continnapy by'pain""and: n7
19 90 01 1 37. 46 1 2 LOS. 389O to offer*v One"half the price of tuition,according to the irespectabilityf testifying torUiV great' .difflcnltlesTtndliaTiDg known casesVl
? 91 95 1 77 47 1 ff3 i 99 4012t studies pursued, will be.expected in advance,. and thVPublic generally. J'M T. < efficacy of this medicihe can he seen'on application :mndadected great'CTtrtsjia
92 97 I 82 .48 1 9 02 4 17 Goods consigned to th care-will bo'receir-1 '
1 and the balance at the end of each term; to .: : jhearing recommended for such
1I. 22 99 1ss. 49 195 204 249 ed and forwarded.-withfdespatch., .#m-T? #J I caze
Board will be in.Town at described
provided reasonable . 'DbtainedVaMb6tte of dnr
> >J
23 97 103 193 50 19G 209 460 Their Store Office,and AVorehQuse ore situated J-f Ka-r fj f j i-- ? *

rates month Tor from the of
per Pupils country Jacksonville SarsaparUhv-and followed '
Agents and
for,
Vicinity. : thf dirtttf
24. 9 107 19S.,5t 197 ; 220 475 convenient to the Wharf. ; V/ V t 1. 1 '
and Parents and Guardians who desire M i eine.
'Jks Tn'ajBhort
; may nilleFeb.414 6J
25 100 J12 2O4 52 202 237 490 to avail themselves of the facilities-this Palatka, St.Johnra EiT r'E' ":F Ja nirj11s19. ; : ;plaintsvandmtbr i jperiodllfnpoved her to fieattk]'
26 1 07 1 17 2 1 1 53 2 10 2 59 524 "lj '- DR. ; -
54 Institution for the education of their children -. : TOWNSEND'S COMPOUKD EXTRACT: "erateful;for'thebenefit*- she'reed
217 118289 549
27 112 123 and others, may bo assured that no exertion RSAPAflILIThisExlra pleasure in thus acknowledging iti
128 224 55 232 321 578 -
} 2' 120 will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and H'LjME 4O mending to the public, ,
125 135 231 56 247 .33 603 t ip tnpmn rt&i1tk.1t Is v
:;1} .131 136 2 36 57. 2 70 4 20 627'3t progress in knowledge of all 'Whd'may be J rESSRS.-HOLMES sCO 'have rimovedtvu. six times chedper leasssa er and warranted superior :, M.Ty.MOORRcorrpf Grand J JAlbanj -
e&trusted to the of the
132, 142 243 53 3 14 431 850 care Principal. their stock" of MerchancIizetojbe.argebi1ding to aiy sold. It cures'diseases'without jinig j
146 250 59 3G7 463 675 RUFUS K.SEWALLTrincipal formerly occupiedby th United States, vomU ncKening Ordeilhttinth TO IOTHRRTANDJrARRJRD
3:1: 133 jj rging patient -
N. B. Pupils in Town, -will be expected to Known as,the, dovernmnt ,Buildi5& 4. andis ,
33 134 143 257 60 433 491 700 ney particularly adapted for'a r
seats and desks.. Chairs -- MrMAMM % 44 4 UI V\
provide are recommen I hare added to"theif ck
3 1 1 3 1 50 2 61 61 4 53. 5 08 725 ,by ttielate'arriyals'f FALL UND: WINTER MEDICINE. IY.ppared'.in-ref. etp: female <
ded. c
35 136 153 223 62 .471 529 73sc [Republican' copy.] New-Yorkjn full assortmentofDry.Goods/ The great 4hean; r.and superipri pf this,8arsapanlla [No female who.,has reason to
19 1S49. tf suppcsj
; 139 157 2L 3 490 5.50 785 May Groceries, Hardware Provisions, &&,' &C4 over,all other remedies ie, it erav proachfgtbatcritiaIerod f'the.turji w

.37 143 163 290 64 509 571 815 3KSOYILLI A4U1'kL. which they are prepared to-
38 1,48 170 305 65 534 599 83 THE SUBSCRIBERS having taken s lease prices. -. -s- /. .- ', 1, ;> body,'consumption:'cured, :ventive for any'of thd numetous'Mid
39 1.57 176 31I 66 559 627 S954Q9t83 the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. They are now.prepared to purchase Cottons, 'cleanse and strengthen diseases to;.which fenialea-are ato
WOOD respectfully soU continuation of Hides,and other produce of the country, at the oohsum be subject<
320 67 .590 662 945 ? Ic tipa cap cured, ; timie.bf, life. This,periodniay be C '
;
4
the extended which has hitherto highest Market rates and make cash advances '
patronage : ; bronochitiscousuxpton ri r complaint several yearslby
Advertiser March nging thismedicine, .
MoWe
the Daily
their
From
;g 17,47 been bestowed upon this well knOwn cstabr consignments to friends in.'Savannah: '-:* cplds coughs,catarrh, rasthma,"s pitMS '' less valuable fbr thosepir Jo rric.'> .

gI LIFE INSURANCE.-A practical illustration lishment. In order the better to merit it they and Charleston,;or.New York. f H; ; tingofbldoa'sorenes8in chest M it ia ff.womaniocd -
: calculated
I of the .benefits of Life Insurance has recently: have enlarged and thoroughly, repaired the They have a ..new artkle-of Wrought Iron / .- hectic flush, night jsweatSj diffiif' -.. by uzcen.ng, thejblocd acd td SaiZtc

bseu furnished iu this city., ia the caseofour building, and adopted many improvements to Proughs-to which they would respectfully'call '. cultjor,profuse cxpecToration system' Indeed,tbis.xcicdicineis; jnvj iainheldiseaVcfl

lamented fellow-citizen, the Lite Edward promote the.henUtrand comfort of their guests.. the attention of Planters. ;- '* *- .. .. and pain- ,4. to: wBJch
F.Test. While ia.good,health, some time last The old friends of the house will certainly Jacksonville, Nov. 6, ..1846 >- ;tf r in.the side.!&. -'It-brace's th'f whclr women aiceuBjc j
'year, he effected an' insurance oil his life of j jS5,090'ih deem it an advantage that the table will be under I : have ; system., rnewient1fthe..natora1 ptl*
the New York Life lusnronce Company 8aI : :cnergk? by rcmoTiw|
lor .
the superintendence df an experienced Land, canbe
impcfitie
(formerly, the Nautilus.) of which Mr. Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves FOR 5 SALEoetee'i' nine-aftd- ten thousand .f s.- f curedr : sjsttni pt'beth as t ip Lcdy produce uot.sQ far, itiitsiii

James M. Mandon is agent iu this city. Mr. they shall not rivalled by any Hotel in the : acres of-Landlj8ituatetl; in -Nasisdii "Probably ther!nevcr was a remedy that iai bonbieb- is t the n'B case mostnv'subsequent RM;
Test died very suddenly, and the other day the i South being now enabled by the constant steam Nassau and St.'
been
County, partly near partly near so successful in desperate cases of consump for femalfr-wealne s ard"dleasebeen > .
I.- amount for which his life was insured,fire tboa-j communication with Savannah and Charleston Mary's Rivers, being aoIionpfthoYAtrmn' tion as this; cleanses and strengthens'tte ;

.i sinddollari.was. promptly paid over to his family to have the advantage of the fine markets of Grant The above 4s heayUy timbered pine system and appears to: heal the;mlcers on the : gwRE,4flJlQWj

by Mr.-Mundon. those Cities. In addition they bring to the business hind, conveniently situated npon water courses,' lungsind the patients gradually regain their -

This circumstance requires no comment from an experience of many years, which will with the exception 'of about fivehnndred'aeres usual health and strength. .. -Da: -

us to give-it due force.. It speaks to every head enable them to judge better the means of attending of heavy* hammock" laadupon.the -StMalj'River. : CURIOUS flASE .OF CONSUMPTION.a. afflicted-with a disc3sewiih j."ri1

of a family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood to the.wants of those who visit the mild The whole or any portion iilLbe sold A terri31e
"Thereisscarcelya.day| but. there'area :rnpture forever fiftcea1 .
and should not be disobeyed. The advantages climate Florida fdr the of health .. passes
cash .
of the system, its beneficent and happy purposes cheap.' for Apply to ? ,* / ? number of cases'bf Consumption,'reported as the greater part'of'-the 'time.-; She tut
or pleasure. WILLTAM mCKMAN.
; cured the troubled withshbriness
by Dr.Tfiwnaends? breath ttdtt
results will suggest themselves to the mind THE which the cli- Sarsaparilla t
,
INCREASING reputation Jacksonville March 1738& tf
.The following was recently received terthg ft1iebiaithi h' has tein feni
:
of every reader; and we trust induce him to mate of Florida in the estimation of .- .i v
*' do likewise.17 Certain it is that possesses ,Diu...TdwjjSBRii-? ?r Sir i iFor.the: last tressing, and -has freQtieDtly: vtui
go and no the medical faculty for the cure of.consumption New Books I New Boojf s I! : leave her,bed.
threeyears 'Fhaye been afflicted:with n riildebilituid'i ; 'The-rnptcre- bandeevere
prudent man who has a family dependent upon and other diseases has induced g irastny
pulmonary ,, a "FUST Received and for.Bale > the subscri : She
y ? } consumption of-the last 1d alincst everyxuuJI
him for support, will neglect for a day the insurance vast increase of travel to this State during the rvpus *
cF .
,
,ber- 8Ub
stage'and did not expect to ever gam11 health c f;without Kttlei>enefit J\iH I
his life.J. r ay j
of fall and winter months, of those who eeek the ?
McROBERT BAKER THE CRATER, or' VULCAN'S PEAK, at-alL.i After..going through a course.of medicine had taken but tliree'totths.'of. yuirji 1ii
:1 ji Agent. ftlief afforded by a milder atmosphere.-and in A Tale of the PaciJicjby'J' Fenhimore Cooper. medicine shewas
under the nlievcd
care-.of some of the most distinguished entirely ol lie Sis
D. HOLLAND M. D. .
H.
: : Medical, ,Examiner. view of this fact, the subscribers have determined Price 50 cent ;* regular physicians and members bf the of the heart, and; the mjtore.hts la.at
.that.their exertions to merit the
patronage THE RAThOFGOMEZ-25 cents. Board Health in-New York caidJsewhere tirelJMlissppeamL .
Jacksonville 6 1850. -,
April ly which shall bo bestowed them shall*be
upon THE FATAL ERROR She has
,, and spending1 the'mbst.ofg; y earnings in attempting also had 'the'drbpsy, iaidt
flLIKWOOD'M ITIAGAZIN.AMD without. regard to toil or expense. By the Countess of Blessington, 25'cerits. to regain>my health, and after reading much swollenWe:had ro idea that fle
BUFFItfGTON & COX.
THE THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, rVt in some paper your.Sarsaparilla I resolved beEObCDefit.edn8sIjeJfldsueh it-na jJin
British Qnarterjr Ke views. Jacksonville. Oct. 6, 1849 tf -A Tale' of the Mexican n77r, .25'cents.' '* ,to try it.. After using six bottles 1 found it diseesrs But it La?,as strange it,n 94: ;
The and tho Savannah "
Charleston *
OWING to the late revolutions and counter rciiry, THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN;, /* 'done me 'great good, and called to see you at pear, rplicTed her of the dropsyl .Itiu
abovo.
will the
Georgian please copy A Romance of the last Revolution Perv ZS cts. that ihis
revolutions among the nations Europe, which until forbid. your office;, with your advice kept on, and do statement isso strange'astpi
have followed each other in such quick succession ,CHARLES DEWAAL..Jacksonville most heartily thank jon fory our advicev I per almost likefictfoa. but it is. plTcrthtlc'reality

and of which.l'the end is not yet? the lea Notice. Sep. 1, 1849. tf severe injtaking Sarsaparilla,and have been ; ,ypnr Sarsaparilla' ctrtwnlj) -

ding periodicals of Great Britain have become weeks after date I shall apply to the able to attend to my. usual labors for.-the last enable medicine and should.be utidj

invested with a degree of interest hitherto unknown. SIX Hon. Judge of Probate of Hillsborough Jacksonville FcmrJe !iisfitjjte.' fbur.months' and hope blessings of God .o riethat ia'sa4eringu we haveVeent If

They occupy a mIddle ground between county, for letters of Administration on the Es- THE- Committee, of Direction have adopted and your SarBaparillii.continue my-health.;-" disbelieve'tBis'account,- they are at Ti

the nasty,disjointed, and necessarily:imperfect ate of George S. Payne, late of said county,, following regnlatioii.- helped me beyond the expectations of aH thai call at my-house and have ocular dcnicfi

,records of the newspapers,and the elab-\ deed.- .JOHN DARLING.. The scholastic year is to consist of four terms knewjiacase.CHARGES QUIMBY ; Xorsrespectfully, ,

crate and ponderous treatises to be furnished Tampa, Fla., marl6,?50. of eleven weeks,each, ... >Orange Essex Co.N.J.,Aug. 2;1847. "WILLIAM-1--_TOTVSEB._ t3amt,4.
$
1 by the historian at future day. Whoever Notice. Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic .Sthteo/NewT.ery, Esex Covnty3ssj-r.Ghz8.

reads these periodicals obtains a correct and ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA Co, FLA- ) per-term, $4, ))0. The above jrith English Quimby,beingrduly sworn'according to law, on DYSPEPST. -

connected account of all the important political March 9th 1850. j grammar.and Geography, per.terjh SjQO. The his oath saitb, that the foregoing statement is N. B. .Purchase none but such as hare ]
,
events of the old worlds as they occur, end above with the higher branches of an English true,according to the best oi his knowledge and ers that hide thebottle ccniplrtelyMt

learns the various conclusions drawn from them SIX weeks afLer date the. undersigned will edu ationem'bracingA1gebraGeothetr'History, : belief. CflAS.. QUIMBY. -the written signature.of S.P. TOWIlx..

by leading spirits of the age. The American make, application to the Hon. Judge of] natural, mental and mural Philosphy, Botany, Sworn and subscribed to beforeme atOzange. Principal' )mce.t28Fn1ton.stunTB

Publishers therefore deem.it proper. call Probate of Fisher for letters.Gaskins of administration late of said on the Estate Chemistry,Geology,Astronomy,RhetoricLogic? the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN N.. Y.; Bedding& co. 8 Statc-st Eostofi fl 1

renewed attention to,the works they republish County,deed. and Evidences of ClirisUanity, per,terni, $0,00 I -Justice of the Peace & Sobs, 132 Kcrth .Secona-K ThibdehM.
,
e and the very low prices at which they are offered March 16 '30.. HEZEKIAH_ 08TEEN Each quarter to be paid. totheTreasurcr0--. aL. -, .1' ,S. HancedruggiiL Baltittcic; ,LTOTM Jk J
to subscribers. The following is their vance. I TWO:CHILDREN 84 IRL. Richmond; P.. M. Cohen .ChsrIeztcn1\

list, viz; Law Notice. The scholarswillbeunderthecarefulinstrno, Very few families -indeed---in fact we have &1C15fth57stcwOr1eajj1 105f

THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, JcKs Nvnr IgUt 21, 1849. tion of an experienced feraiile teacher. t, not heard --of o -that 'nsed Dr Townsend's PearUt.Albany;- JL Tan Bvekirk.292ee:

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, 'left the State for California, 1 Provision has .been inade for instruction in Sarsaparilla: in time lost any"children the'past Market and Broad-st&Kewark, N..Ji4
HAVING: transferred my business to Col. Latii French,Pamting'imd Drawingjan'd1 Tlfu4s -' summer/while*those that did not sickened and principal Druggists andr ilerelnutsthroughout'

TilE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, Samuel Spencer'who will, in conjunction with for which additional charges xwilUbemade. died.. The certificate we,publish below is con' the United" Sfatcs. M cbt indies

THE. WESTMINSTER REVIEW, Mr.Baker, prosecute;all unfinished business to The first term commences the 8th ofOctoqer -' elusive:evidence jLtsvalue, and.js only another the Canada JL'M.iEEEDj Agrnt i

AND close.. next. ; instance of its saving tie Intes children: -- ...JacksonvilleJ848. /
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. The Militiaf claims in my. charge will be at-,' Applications for admiesion are-to'be made to ."Towssin-Deai Sir:-* I had two* children'cured 1'ebruary .. Iy, -

-The above Periodicals reprinted in New' .tended to by myself, in connection with CoL-: he Committee Direction. I by your Sarsaparilla of the summer ----- :. :.
-
York, immediately on their arrival by the British Spencer, and CoLCharles E: Sherman'of, Washington CO1M1TTEEOF DIRECTION..M. complaint;and dysentery;T' one was only 15 L- -;-- :-

steamers, in a beautiful'clear type, on flue ,and every effort made by jointly to .: .DANIEL.rH. months? old and the other .3 years.. They were S.. t.ojAODEY
white paper,and are faithful copies of the origimls prosecute them to a successful result. 'P.have'. ) D/POLLAND; -very much reduced.ahd yre exp ct dtliey would : AKD CQVSLJOBt'

Blackwood's Magazine being an exact facsimUt no'autHprity collect the money due on these : '- .A.M.REED, die; 4they'were'ygivenup'-by-two respectable :
of the Edinburgh'edition.. 'TILEASTJnEi.Rev. .. ..- fl' -office from Cofiil
; When the doctor
claims, as I have always preferred to have what s physicians informed us that-
In these periodicals are contained the views,, ever money may be appropriated placed ia the .SWART: 5. we,,must'ilose them, iw resolved ;to try yonp 'DuvalCt

moderately; though clearly and.firmly .expressed hands of? a local paymaster, such as the parties Jacksonville, July 7-749. Sarsaparilla we haa heard so much of, buLlied 'sociated respectfully withjum informs in his friends that lea

of the three great pirties.'England-_.Tory interested may select j after theact of their relief little confidence, f here being sb.much stuff.advertised brother WSA, thepmctice"v *"pf*'Jji*
Radical-.BlackWood" and the PLUI.ICJ NOTICE.. ; DKK&JV -p
and
Whig, GREGORY VALE. .that?is worthless: but we are very !
The;-firm will be
London Quarterly Tory.j'the; "EdinburghReview' Auguit28; 1849C .*""*' tf THE BOOKS of subscription to-the capital thankful that we'did, for -undoubtedly"saved -r represented; ech
ever trnoftheirct
? Whig; and the Westminster Review" ". liooKs.r""rTowns the Atlantic and Gulf.Rail Koad the lives of both, write this otheraiaay Cbunties.of; Court Jn ti i
School the Eastern
1 1i. Liberal The "North BrittshReview" owes its ** ** Judicial.Lr dComity1
Company, will be'opened in the City ot St-Augustine be induced to use it. Tours- -
establishment to the last'great ecclesiastical 1 V : Spelling Book, :,| Kirkh th's Grammar, at the office of.Wm.Ai Forward. .JOflNWILSONJr. f BailItoii,1n'the Middlo
in Scotland, and is .its Blake's Rhetoric, tClark'a Grammar Esg.4at'nind rirf1 *} -t The Supreme njt -at TiII ha1see-a
notjultrajn
jnovement .
I o'clock,Ar M,oa.Tuesda/ Sth day Myrtle-ikvenue,Brooklyn, Sept 15,1847: U.
,
'Chambers tz.
Abercrombie's *t
8CourttS'Aiipstiiie.k
views one of; tho grind departments of Phil'hy7j: DrawIng !* ft 4 ,
on any of September next, and"will he % *
I knowledge; it was originally edited r Scholars Companion, 'Trdp" Chemistry until tho whole stock is takent vOritiuued. .v> open. A-r-5 r:: : >LVNATICASYLmr.- "' -i J: -.\ *"*V-f\.v;; ;:* *,'J* .***All burin'essec trusted'""to their; .
.
H: Ir.Chalmere, and now,anceiis death, is contfuctedby Davies's First Lesson, lqdo' Zobldgy, ; ,.In behalf of the Commissioners 4 James CununingsEsq.;; .one ofthe Assistants receive prompt attention.Address .

his son-in-law Hanni, nsaDciated I do School, AritboV. Treasury of. r 'ii ;,, 'f. ,..- D.L,1YUL: ; ,: in'theLnnatidAysuni} Bladkw WslRlandifthe'geiitleinn J ?-- ';.- J P.-'fi SW.sADEB8OJ:
: '
with Sir David Brewster.-:'Its literary charactcr -, metie; ; EnowledgeT! i"r : ,August 25/.1849. \ 'tft. spoken tn the'following tetterrfcit S ,-Jacbtti1Il. purr
_
'A < ..
:
v> RJTRTTATJ'PTSMojie .5 *
isot the .very higheBt rder> Thtf "%Test- doAlgebra, } .. 3

.minster," though reprinted,under that title'only,, dqElem Geometry, Burritt's vGeog rapt I '? of joaore thai four thousand 4 .4WI1IGL
is publish inngLtncluuder.tbe title of theM Lincoln's Botany t a dAt1i ? .- f'.&. Z No ti'ce .j. *j; 'cases,of heumatifepi.that,Dr.;Tpwnsenas Bar*

Foreign-Quarterly and Westininstec, it'being Mitchell Geography &, Hedges LogicJ nHE..' subscriberwishes, to hire by the year- [sapayilhv .H&s -ctaed' Jh'e 'nibsV seTere rliTichronic' npHB- SUBSCBJBEBiironJded

-in fact A union of the two Reviews former? Atlas, / ; ;: Little Speaker,; "t- 4 ?- om four cases are Weekly?eradicated by its ex J4fopi bsJzendsn4tb.pu icrtJitJie

..ly published 4alepiinted under sepejratQ ti Parker's First Lessons, -Willird's U.iStates,* good n6grb men tcrwork ihhis steamfeawmiU traordinary.virtues ; :- ; ,; < -t ;4 *. $' hu'li A few

tles. It has, therefore, the advantag by 'this S :do 8chl PhiI s-t: 'Chamber's Geology, ihis pbiceyfor' whiclt.liberal jraffes/or Uierea*. EL'8IS&DS p.t 141847. honzeou: the .
moRe tie c4 0--T 1-ti\L. ;wilIbe gvei1.' :. < ,vf : & v .Da1 Towtrii-Dthr&r : have tion of travellers end idBdtftbT$
combination, of uniting work best featnrs P13 .?. -\ -- '#.fr j ,.. % / J aehi those ?
of both as heretofore issuedrt 4 and. :variety of French School Books. I -' .::- -terjibly'l'or nine"y axz with'- the, jheumaUsm': WybppewtotIsit"Jsck

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'Willie sent to otieaddresaonpayjaent the! reg-"" ,J. L.t. L or work; I' liadtheniostdJstressinajg new.one.an* has ken rcenUy:
for three the : mylunbs1" rereiterribljrswollen befiirnisned'irith robaseTcry
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w ( .thL Mr.PZi ser'Att'y aktn11te,Is not 1 : o1-I Indeed -pr9yide4 for tyUerafro the
thafour Reriews3$0 1UUatli
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ceedJig17modestL4WM -
v em3gent bi t -
two do., v500 .' atittAltorney.'lq settlesnyaienL
or ftuy ;, -
For three, doT '7,00- "- and itt!JiuuissIi theziarrj bfPiither&1'errj.Th hif: ti lefltof thftffld'best S.1DON
any.
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