The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: May 18, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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Notice w Debtors,nd Creditor I i 700 sufi5cient sixe to attract much-sttention tram1the formed, it was:objected that tht. power ofTir admittedjls, the only tharc&uld effeetually. sndNed $oiikte.ft

indication for Letter,of Aarnimitradbn 5, 00 inr 1intet. "" :rV :;>fa.1' 1inafev'yearahenyh'er.Inimense tejiritory prevent:America from taking;-posswleoi -

;rjAnreltfmi! notice will be inserted grttoi- On Chrystal river,* (themostbeautiful prgiha.bly ,came'to be occupied, would oyershadow f Cub 'and i tleita.tedbeeuAfly..emoved thater bbjecti.onf;can be sets bIswitstoozk lad rwaytooe V .. V

n Florid! ,) there is land enough,is'said, every,other State,and that there could 'benoequaliryjn America binding herself we drop with him. Thtegreacfthtelefhafit .
uTJ. commanietr-KW ggit be iddreued for abbot four plantations' 'The land is Hmiia" such a 'union.Ever; patribticVei"garoje&s psyall'claims' of iagland or Spain,*nd put beine ftWbb jdwtfr VV V

All P1 in characterahhough'thought nOt,t.obe, of th rv of efmi dfuiofotbrsYiginI* tingan end to the slave trade,'so.far as Cuba is' In, Ned ehedtbe: hnil&aS M V V ..iV V

tGUSTCI; C. GlLLKTT. .sdss first quality with'that of the coast lands befofe"dwcribed. voluntarily ceded the whole of that territory concerned,.The payment cf the claims is In iU thVthjf; : -V
3T All mdiuuunMe perwiul ccnmuncdons v ":' the United States, bat of which" Ohio, Imliaaa;' self a great inducement;"bo t it stated in these ouf.aad with uui4! V _
etliirged ti lrertUineBts.p The river isfqrmed byn aU1teoffxsprinz5! Illinois;Michigan-Wisconsin and Minesotahave: Spanish letters thai the Amerjcans are sure that tok.ophaforcZegugafn.- :t V *v- *
Ail bill for Job Printing tnwt J>e ptid one Iride anddeepuid but 8 miles lon A Sigh rolling since been carved. Shedidnioreto appease the other indocements would act id powerful o;' Nightcae tho Theatre vsflcrpwdid Irlti V V : V V V

;v.'ryothewntk._ pine country makes to Its*' heaJf iiiiii"in the early jea onsly-ofihe-Northern?8tate7 British anUalavery.p>govVmment; could itt'Englani-iflat the the deoilensof the Quaker icity U mosJo'T.- J "-' VV V /j

new of its Chrystal springs.ltslakes and islands -. then mdustYio'usly engaged infthe 'elatetrade, iriir 'resist the not,even Itit bad the pTedetstraIas.bV1nu1OTbisW V V V V V /.
THOMAS ANDBEU < Indian andshell she consented to.the.; celebrated Ordinanceof( ,' pressure'froai'Withoutvrhich: sounded---the'curtain V V
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B AND TAIZiOB. mounds,its high shell islands at its mouth,:tits 1787, by which sUvery'wasVabolished" "In thittsha.VCtui 'this:the advantage-would knowled tb&TJrodncevtiIf you add Ned sad the tendltg-aiarehed_: open the. fiafe. ?* V -:;V V ?
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HUE MJBCRIBER having Jacknnlle I I certainly is a most beautiful and desirable place condition.that no bouId elates inC rttucd c upplaose; h1eoj iib trap .
I J[ take ap his permanent residence in Tbro'1atLiriiro n tbii4 over be formed out'of th terrltofy. ,con e4t f eparation e.JpteruyjQzia7JuJg ,were : -'

returns thanks to his fellowcitizensjrthe which has Between the Qhrystaf an'dHocaessassa :rlverf .This"however.has been violdted, bysetting'territory" dbL. "* !of tbeffectpodU. hia tacky the e lephaat,ill loudly cheered.Xht V.
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unexpected encnurgement distance with the ;a of over 22,330, miles tofoin'tl : .: play procetded '
him and a of miles, it is a prairie, spar _'_ 'j.jvV5'J 'Another ; efephant"wa "inarches '
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itherto been upon fut I&State bfMin ota. a9countiaywIr.: : roucdaod'round V.V V
exception of"one.or two hammocks'one of which'Is -V upon the stage. Tbi forelegs V
Ibem that in future he will spare no exertion Be owired bytthe'State. It is a question i.,ibis V The next great concession made by the Bcutli' ;The''accopats said'toberecelved[ tna V tails- gotdryf Withdrew..on*:of the cork* Yr-cfaJ fAr .

L merit a continuance oftbelvpatronage.well estabiihed prairie would not be fine sugar land, and the for the nke of.Union,,.was!when:;the present land of Cuba ocin1norasiugdajthere for kisdltgi, and:drank the health CftbeUdIengp : V V V ,

ieri&g that his reputation and'thw has been most of it easily brought" hd cultivation. .* Constitution was in processTof formatiori.''Th separation fromi Spain,'and:of'annexation to ia a bumper af genoicc.rptotX eye iru ry,* ;: V VV

( in St. Augusrine maker he. place leave, as to a savior The Uomosassais another Spring river,about; North,-in adopting a ratio of irepresentation;insisted the United States:are.it is,sid,notices diacbuiw brand by the way, till then nnkubwa. Oa V

cutter and begs reresfnt 10 miles loog, wide enough for steamboats, with that three: of her free. negroes jshsuld.: aS'1DSApanljh paper stated some time since went the pby,'and on went Ned drinking. The V V '

to all who might be disposed to favor rocky' dshe1iisl nds bayous,cross rivers' count as muchns five ef our -slaves. 'ThhrWas. that parl of.the instructions of::Count ilirasol coaclodifig march was to he iaad Htheaigaal V V
lilil with their custom, he is and able finish to furnishmnentsofanykiod and salt rivers enoigh 'for person, residing, manifestly mpjust. As inntlewriterobserves,', were to the effect; that if,'after thoronghexam. was given,aad ihefarre/< i staggered towardt.j V : V V V
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a equal upon it to lose his way even in the day time.It .- VV'tbO Federal Government had no concern .with inatipn of the statn of CubaLheYound thai there'3probahilityof thetront of.the stage.. 'l'he;conductor polled V VV
in Savannah
I toj that c.m be procured or is nevertheless beautiful, person'would relations! between.blacks and whites, tbejdiffer-; wu : Spain: being able to bold- 'the ears f the elegluuit to the Tight tstructed ; V S V
b.r1eston. .hardly:be satisfied after-a month's exploration.: entcIuiesofpopu1ation.iuthe 8ouUu?. lt has 'that wlaud for any time,he shoujdloffer it-fo : : 1eft 'ha V V

Saving uken the shop formerly occupied aahe 'It abounds in flesh and near jt there. are fine no right to inquire whether: the, negro IwW:a lA *tte {goveniment' at WsshingtofcrWe his way 'h'exUsed;; his feet and stepped '" V% V V

Post Office, he is now ready to execute with oysters .on its northern V banky there island slave or free. The,slaves were then, and;are have some reason for believing that the"pinoii -nploapiatonheorchestra. Down Wentthsr* -'V. V V V

iromptitade all orders that may be,en trusted enough probably for three or four sugar plan how a better population than the.fre. negroes, of some of the wealthiiit and most iaflnentklof fere leg on the leader's fiddle .over,'of coarse* ; V V

i him. All girments are THOMAS warranted ANDHEU.to fit. tations,and on the south side, the. hammock ind if the latter vera to counted; at their l the.Cuba inerchanis$ is tha't Spain cannot bold turned theC elephant, seadiag rtharprincc: and"," V V :
about 3 miles deep,and extends to the Cheesow- numbers in the apportionment"representation tbe'I landjoninojeth.u five years longen d hixdlegsintothemiddle! ofihepit.:* Themans> V V

Jacksonville, NOT. 10th 1849. 6m itska river, ((6 miles.) Some ofthese lauds are ,-so ought the former/ The right could not ills probable that the wishes of the merchants'' ger stc 'horrorstrncktheprince and hid V

ROBERT BAKER rocky, and thisia made an, ulijectiou ..tou ; be refused, because the Slaves were naturally themselves are in'favor of a separation, ".At all legs 1a confounded. the boxes in coavalsioa V ; V V V

btir although! it may he more difficult to or leg: lly unequal,19 the: whites, for so?are the erenta, JBome of;them' seemed convinced that the.ajctoa"thpkifig'With ;laughter and ?pccr) V VV V

Jnckconvill E. F., cultivate, yet the crop t>f corn, -potato*B. free, negroes.v ,. V- th Incomes.would, be more .than:tripled if Ned, pasting one look, a strange blinding if V-V V V V V
COMMISSION OF DEEDS for Alabama It could be refused because have Cuba oecumo,an American drunkenness *
pumpkins and turnips,an J the patches of cane, not ,thay no V -poses j. grief andlaughterat-thesceniL V VV V : V

Georgia. Suih Caroliiw, North Carolina show that/the rocks do not iut ;fere. with their' political rights, for*neith er have 4 free negroes, thing has been said of the txistence.f a treaty fled hastily out of the theatre,closely;followca V V VV V

# growth.. V '. V criminals, women or children fikveaare an' In virtue of.which England, France;and Amcr' bythefcadefwithTthe wreck of bis fiddle,per : V V V V V

Virginia, Maine, Pennsylvania, There are three plantations upon this Driver,: eiientiali ar; ifpopulUion if absent their places' icajgnarantythctpossesaionofCuba; toithe Spanft''Sr forming unions eat and/thrust motions in the -

Connecticut and Mississippi. but no sugar crop hits been made. About.6X must be filled byotberlftborers.and if they are *Onthis, however, ere are doubts.V kiti: -The Curtain dropped/oiortt1 scene; behind V

Jan.l 1830. ly.a. acres of cane has been planted this year/ butitis prop"ity as well as population, it is an additionalre5L50h'for Spain bids fur! to.rival California., .flnMli the scenes.v No ore pag -bo-inoreyffrtf .' V VV

mostly for seed I presume; V V givi gtheirownerstbe i security ucru UIUBU fhnnd OD tUa ine oanKs'and in the sands" of the 'fi lmrcvenr body holding ru'J -: V V

D. it ;v o KICK, It should be observed that vessels can V find of fUll Representation fof them; ,But fcr the Douro,;in OranadsLf-The inhabitants of that actors, pt1alIkTsadioze jfj ; V'V ,V

safe,anchorage ;eff the months of these riv rs, sake of union and compromise, the South;yield V regioa engaged la diiiVand was wubug theatre shrieking bet ween V< V ; V ; .

ATTORNEY arid there will be but little difficulty int getting ed this equity'and agreed that five'slaves shbnld.V for the precious metal- golden) opinions!?;are ,';;: V; '

LIIDC.uuseI.r the produce to market if once made. count nc more thai three fife negroes'! 'Thisat spreading infetery forni of exaggeration-Hind V--V V V *( -: V :. :

The Chisewitskais another prin 'river and once produced,and will,keep up disparity V in"Madrid two societies ha e.beeh.forcieJ for V V : # V' V V V. V

a aawWILL Is about ten pules long Most of ta; I inds upon in representation.in favor of the North. Our the purpose of making men rich suddenly. \ WASHISOTOS? i. ** -'
population increases ,from natural -cattseii.Theirs A Graaadalettcr of the : Apn ;Q9Lb. t
only 15th
in the several Courts of the this river it is thought will require draining. says that tee wetU *
practice The
Circuit and iu the Counties of The hammock upon it extends South far has not only from natural causes, and multi V people of the jillajges in the 'neighborhood of >p ,'fcrighiiy.v; WhateteT "
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plied immigration, buttbey"steal slaves and Qranada7are .occupiedjnT: tents prevailed they an nwurljez
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lilkborough and Benton of the Southern Ciruit been surveyed, twb.miles., < washiog gold : V-
of Florida. The next 12 miles Sooth to the V\Teckaiwooeheeor add them ioVtheUumlr; of heir tree negroes, dosti which has beeir found in thesauds about ingnisbed. ..Nothiifg'couldthan beEor.anspiefon '
V thus/elpniotwly,augmenting their Huetor Nega Monachil Dilar and the agrecBeht of the members of the CGB*
October 28 fh 1849.-nov.17. Spring C.E.are not much knownfaa no representation La ZnbiaV V'V
Tampa Bay mitteevteh.ofthe
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at 'appointment 1 But not satisfied -a
settiemento'were .tnade. between: the two and erery V V _VVV
[ iRARIEM P. COOPER, there has been no survey *Immeliately" East nth this great concession oa th T part of the I had the curiosity-tft even to visit the hol ichethe.tVcopromniee.V :V ._ ->- V

of this is the Annut.tiligaEammock, containing' South,and with 'the>patience with which we low called Doi* Juana, where the auriferous ; 'My letter yesterday briefly stated the protii; Vs1ons V V

I ATTORNEY nearly 40 square miles of Hammock., This submit toirobbery l.t orihnowmak s it a question I sands'most :.abound, and IaaWbjor /:than 300 fthez.heme.* The:1wholejtthjcg.iab; V V

I ANDC.nuseIlornI might be termedioi Florida-tfplewotfrjr-but I" of conscience that'no new Btatefv"n"o matter -" men:occupied insearchrngfor gold. "'Being lesacredolous coming easy; Some days'agc{there'were bu "

T rETAVIXG notice it as no part of this Hammock is over how far .South ittaayjie, shall be V admitted thiia taany, I wont assure yon that twenty; :.Northera- Democratic members, who V V V
into the union ,without the of slavery this districtisconverted could be vouched for.as certain supporters'of
16mi1 from b.irge navigation at the Rivers prohibition a Potosi; but what V V VV
: resumed profession,will devote Cheesowitska and Weekaiwacbee and neither ,thus openly avowing a resolution: keep 1 have setrn myself is.,that'a skijful washer may this, or any 6a liberal schemed NoWyireeonnton V V V V V

U LI himself fccc/tmre/y tojts practice,through- river orer 10 roilos long. '' thatSouth-wich! voluntarily surrendered BO V extract 30 to 40 reals':worth in a day, andv by thirty. -The passage of the bill proposed:* V : V
at the EiMfern Circuit of Florida.I and putting'up"appropriate" beyond a doubt. .Mr. Benton will- and >
This hammock is well dotted around with per much in a perpetual.minority vi salage.V machinery, large amuunUj -. rave V V V
I Jacksonville E. Fla., Nov. 10th, 1849. mit claims but the majority of.those who settled When the South m-ide thw surrender slave may extracted.' : """ rage, but who will regard him? He has aiYeVb V ) V V V
t V. V V j dy given us his V
with representation V stipukted first,that, direct VV programme. :Thenuisancemust, .
I--- MI> R1V and located there for the prospective value of tiC4 should bUevied or apportioned,to the states Teusse..ee T.reconveosi.a ; : from open violence V V V

I Slttocica at UalD, the land. The balance, with the exception of in the ratio of their represenjioal If this had We take the following extract from the lastNashville" his not opposition this will be,of jno account.- We can* rt,. V
t conformed to nowto but V morning count upmore:thaaf twelve 3 :
een we ought pay, a V
I JncbMoiiriIlrv Flo* s' me few tracts purchased, has been located by .. Union;- Senators who will w h jir. V
little over one-ihird of the nationalvtaxes'weactually ; >VV**-t -VV % 5/Stj Bentp resis&thtf,
the State.Mmy The Democratic party'of Tennessee is propositions of theu Committie& ?5Tne V
tliree-fourths.' It is estimated unamr
practice ia the several Courts in the remark th it the Annuttiliga and Cho- p.tyVt1Yet country : ,
piously of the Southern be
WILL .that since the foundation of the faTpr Convention,and may congratulated upontbe prisu1.. '
Circuit ot Florida in the U. cochata country is as fine, and as desirable as govern- is :
; V taking mean io.be fully Those.who doubted V
hundred and represented in it' :atanjt time the' V
meat ten foriy..eeenmillionioftiuil streagtbanddurability
i tiliir ct Court. Northern District of Florida; any in the State,and if we think rich lands a (fbr a time,'VSbOUV the ckse of tbe sesdra of ofrear iinstiiutlcns have betri V
exacted -
ra have been byv custom house doties. V V
beSupifme Court at Tallahassee and high rolling country, and beautiful places) for the -
; prosecute LegisUture feared that
.. Hid these beea. exacted in. compliance only'the Democratic agreeably disappointed; Th Union is broader V .
claims before and the desideratum it should certainly ;
Congress Uepart- V
party;of the State would be andjstrongeraowthanit -
with the coustitufionul stipulation should represented ever was.before. V V V
eats ofUovernuient at Yshiugton.us. claim as much attentionany part withT which in it.'V V V
V )mve piiid four hundr forty-two millions These fears are dissipated, Within the The three bills of Mr. Clay's Cpminitte'ef will V : .
BAKER. S. I am acquainted. the North sU hundredapd five millions, JBut last few days we have learned enough.know now pass the Senate-that 43,' in a month, and, V V '

.643. ly The Chocochata Hammock will not probably Under the tariff system, forced upon us by the that a strong and irrepressible feeling in favor the House.will easily pass them, iFacticnw djing -* V V V
cl-ummuch attention from Sugar planters North, we bare been completely chisel & and of the Coovtntioo it ruing among the Whigs of away.. .It fades before strong aid free opioion. ;-
distance from the Wet-kai- '
PUIIjlP VUAE. although the aTeruge hare ptid.into the national treasury nine hundred this viciniiy. AIany !ntbiscountywiU cordial >- .. ', -' ( V ; V V
wachee river #oul i not be upwards of 15 mileH. ly join 'the Democrats Jn the V V The Census bin Ito
ho debated V
River there i.iEiUPty eight millions, while the Northwith ; 'appointment pf V again tc-day; : V V
OntheWeehaiwachef are good
AND |ts greater representationibus only paid delegates. Such also, we know,wtheconditionof Nothing can pass without a lopg taUc Yet eviry V V V '

( ounntIIor at Zlatu lands, but mostly unsurvey ed. This is nnotfarr'Spring" two uuiiUreil'nudlortyuiuemillions things elsewhere tbrongbout the State.! .We body knows that ;the Census musi be taken V V -:
river tiding in the high rolling count. V 4.'These :
are nutters worthy of grave considerajion. believe that by,the 1st of June, the submissionists The hundred questions are opposed byfa few.r- -

JACKSONVILLE, FUJU, try, about two miles-long, And Emptying into Let those who perpetually find fault with will be in-a contonptible.minority..of their They are admirably devised:for the purpcse of '- V

WILL attend to any professional business the Gulf. South of Weekiwacbep, there tre noV the South and brand MS .as; .dUauionis's .partyruud iav learned(toregr.t the infatuation : exhibiting/the resources.and Asocial, improvement 'V.V. V : V V

to him in the Courts of the rich landp, north.ot Tampa Biy, ((50 mile ) wi.h over the self Kicrincmg id generous,spirit ponder which has driven them to prove false to the I of the.! country.; The:Isot Census .eobnKcedmany V V V

Astern Circuit, and the Supreme Conrtv at the exception of one or two pm ill .hummocks,' tbat dictated these.:concessions, and"let them rights of theirown ction of the Union and false useful statistfcs lor which we were' V V :V V

i-ilUh.issee. He bus also such adrantapoa but it is avery desirahle country for raising to their waeanIierandnot1ejnsji& indebted to the late and lamented V V
an ahowif they oc-,*similar?ptrit on thepartpf the ; .... MK L gsre. V V ;VVV V V
lands to It- V
imute of adapted s V V
connection with m nble L nr er at Washington stock. My es gar North.-Louisiana Stattsmau TheMeniphb Enquirer leading V H Four public ccena resigned during thol&rtweekin V V
miit-s '- pa
is '73
City as will ensure a prompt and speelj culture in Benton County, square I *:' jw'A :,:_ .* order togo to California. Among V V V .
unoccupied. "This, with the amount in Levy per of Teunesseespcaks,out"in the4ohlowingwOi is MrGreenhow V ,
collection the
of such claims as may placed NKW Dicr.-A1FP lkadombe de* cv-i- V V accomplished, V V ,
hit hi* ag'iinst the United States.Sept. County, will make 200 square miles.' V lighted to learn That a new daii e'was produced di:. ,- < translator.fcrtheStatelepartment., Mr.Clay V V V V V V

.8th,1 49. ly I have not estimated in .this., the f mall V detached at Jhe bull of the Turkish i ambassador,recently .The 'question now is whether-the 'Scutherh- ton has appointed in his placi Mr.Walsh,s sea V V V V V

hammocks, nor any pfnelands that may given in Paris. Ills nnembI'ewatiodance called States will;agree to,fortier concessions to oppose of the United States Coasal a Paris. 7As

CHARLES DsWAAL be used V profitably for this crop,!have mentioned the>Montbi,"pfrfbimed 'by ,tweVe*ladies constantly incasingiggreseions or whether : V ,

AUCTIONEER sugar,an I believe will be>the principal and gentlemen,*and a correspondent of the New they will boldly proclaim and sustain their -

product o? V this section of/country, most: of constitutional rights. Theob.jectpf the 'V.--
n' occowit it ; propos.dNuhyWe
York ; of
JACKSONVILLE, E. F. which is further South than Lake(George d Express wasdressed gives ; t f\ ,Convention is to settle tbisS questionrran'd this newly organued ttrritory is bat fan-
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ALJCS in any part of the County attended Monroe. 'These land "January palatine, perfectly known to of
Lake .
portion below iile. lace if the States there;repTesented shall many ow Teadersjii few "*" V: V t
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reapectully solicited.Ja are as well adapted to cotton, corn and,tobacco, dress with two kirts the determine io submit and become obedjentslaves particulars of its leading features wiQ doabtlees :

I ksonrilleMay6,1848 as any other fur south. V T \ : cRtp up at bhori spaces' '- ncbts upper lilacs oneloopred ; oil IheywililalnotheyWiildeisend agree and,pat.on Uheiru'iron aeclc- prove acceptable! Uinnesotau about four time* V r V ;

AGENCY The'State ownVmbet these lands.Wbat> her head she wore a wreath of violets., Kebruary : recommend the extent of Ohio;and reaches 61$.miles from V V V V V V

thebest course to puuetobethein8ettIe4and wore a black velvet d.oublet ,slashed,,}with iheTnode and/measureof redress," whicli the afcJB.to N-xW and lies betweeri:IClafc:42 dS30minand49deg. V V v

orDB. to enhance their value I "" I propose'''to fiame-cblbredi gautercufinBUch a' ioiej, people'should;adopt; This Convention ,will .- The centre of the Ufrilorr .

S. S. VTCU'MMEDICIN. consider this in a future'communication '* resent fluzns&U i nbis breast the way varmsof p the claim no legislativ or other auttorityV They is abouv 1200" miles in a direct line:frog V V

EjRATED AN ACTAL>ETTLJEtt. -H-tvre th0v8ala Qand r. which lives in .will be the representatives of on oppressed and either ocean, 1000 miles from the Gulf ofJtfex*
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V XVL aggrieved people and will the ico, and 800 from Hndeoo's Bay, ItisehltiT: V : V V
V Are; ffiii lady.fw i May, a Ibjrelyjoung/ womnnirith'a only suggest re? :
Uied by kimtritti diswz3vuk'4zucccss in the Inone dress which seemed; made medyiand the peoplt will act. We will Dot Ia. a rolling eoantTwell watered-jfttSHni aid
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cure of Very poor. : trifling* butteffUea' and>whoseWr fo ead Jigae Jhei reader.. V Thirui a-frnitfel them .-*- 1 lakes,and the highest hiUdoes not exceed 289i .

Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh? of our affections neighboring f the counhies daughter, not*ta long'since.otii hoBest,won, was covered with wings areathotthornIiyses, TTMurch VVe"shall froin' day tOday present to our ret feet above;the sea aid 100flhfe acovieJjswr* >g .
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Asihma Hrart Diseases *the oldman'for wore th dress of a former with a plough"and ,-
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Dutchman V advisQibfrxwopleJof taeSoutfc'toact.., Thojra.. Eiilesby water aad9mUeereral I d'bilov. V VV
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Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female her, hopsuedwitia aooijOung&C; rpm V "FiiVya danced with JMej-.whose 'green rsilk dress was ting about treason and danger tov the;Union is si V

Complaints, &c., &c. .. about"widlhe his being old man; knpwsaJlMboutitbui 1 i rimmed withstiriee poss'rows and;little branches;of mere pretence. We shall'nndiTUke io show 15 -: V VV
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Sir i "To remove anytiiisapprehenkibnwhicmay.xi 1 ; *Qse EUaTisily meet ot tae Lord Lie ot aatcyof Jnj.thesicklyittempts .-
er much xc edd*wd thousand; and tfi'e cnpi- .
.: t.in consequence 'Of tU6publicationbfthtf tat stock on yrbfcbtdif Idends haye been paid,at .'baildor Itibf usO 'in-the lIous 'ofCygonncU to '-

I letter'of'Messrs.. Yulee>5c:iWondn to the The largest, baaeenput.O1OQ91OQOrhbasbeer Slpi ng RegrfetotrcsGnmted .but! the repeal"movement are thalendiquesllona -
I ,. .: EtitQ1fThe RepublTcan and 'your comments eobjeclln England tbvthe uuwise'manage- } ; before thaf IfUh.- bat- th y

: thereon,in the Sentinel of the' 9th T April, it is me'nt :which' tiutt'iilwajsV tte 4acmpany ; f JAOKSONV1LLK1AT 11, 1850. does.it,riot owe u similar: -debt to thoseDeniocrattiwho ue* fitture- v" -

4 proper that T should that tho t joint letter" The few saleitlut have
say whose stockholders and directors are constant lycb'avg1rigand ,, t: ; were never. n'p
t addressed Jby the Bfnators from Florida nnd mygolfT -; *h iIi tsd fietd'of foperations -. DC oiocra tic State"Con ycnt JOB. encumbered lands h&ve gone off,a p

to Governor Brown, was written' 'acd sjgnird are distant by half tbccircamfereiflc i ofjtbo : :* -fr : ,Ct_ i xF *- !.;c.Wjerceive. ; fdund tntij Cnd voUon I t would indicate b tittleAttheQaiarnertha1t df pression'of tkt>

' kforZt receipt of Governor Bji letter to me, globe from the centre where measures originate} by,tho otidiafllat : '
of the 3 Ist'of January:r Supposing that: our 4ind i-besides this, it?hal hiT 'tCencocfnter rite '.f. --' 'seu capable of 'accommodating two

t If tier Jo the Governor, ffrfbettt ,nailed-ond, hostility;ofthe whole 4 mhiercinlcla83, of'Eng memtiers .waari<'r Unexpected that-they persons, taking In provisions for tit -

' I pitched before the,receipt'of his letter tome, Ididndt'eihibit : land, formerly_sbriiAout.'hyiits monbpolyifrbm* th'eLower Mineral I Spjrjngsandthe' ; '3dMonilay ventitla: t6jiliar'pMise. cW StatesThe'!: usual cry of poverty,and d -.

the latter to either of our Senators still heard fr6m'.jome 'quirteri :ti
the'Ihdlan;trade ,yrhiie:iu India it has conten : T ; : : '-i
)t for several days. ,Mr. YuleeV think did ded'for .existence'on Vjhdiidred'blpbdy battle .of. fJuhe. as .;the'' ; >- -= sx J- tji T::4!* /*" *J C '
uot eee.it at alL He informs line that .he retained fi eldsjjwith the"Dutch Vrid Frencnvand the:native for holding' 'the L emcveriti.on i' sC?." .'-f* rnot greatercreditif due to those The weather both England' and Ii -'

the joint letter in his possession forsome monarchies of the East. Bur notwithstanding : mild, aud generally the crops look
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. t ; days, to havd a copy.taken- -1: was--not advised all obstacles it has expelled;the.Dutch; it ;|' We'rare;?We1I satisfied-'with whQweTe true frointh&be' well.' '- .A ':

: \ : of I his before. 4 v '-* has annihilated the. of the }'re c'i.in-1n., ttfetime firdithe like STEPHENS By the new postal trea .be'tweea '
power proposed, ,. .. gjniiing and did not
I This! statement will explain.the seeming discrcpancy dia haa'Sobdued after ? ? England the postage on aty letters
kingdom another -
one natiye
: between your facts and dates, and the ; ;' itsactoHes.bave grown into States'und general desire,-that the' -. White. SulphurSpfiiigsshould or.Mr.vCXBEttonceplay into the hands United! Kindom -

declaration of.Messrs. Juice jind Morton,that thesei States into'a.vast and, consolidatedf Empire ; ; be' '-the placeAVcqn; |! of abolitionist? fromlparty fidelity.-, land from the United States orLettffher,J3
Governor did K ,*"-, "* be reduced from '
: Brown not'-fiomraunicnte to the haa'maintained a standing larger 5 j { 1 -,* > 20:to 6d> % *
j'ii !
, ; ; delegation! freely andirauklyhis ideas4 upon than thiit of any.EuropeaiV power,,except Kus-,. vcntion'haatitreadyeen'be1d iit- the We cannot,: therefore, f>perceive. that '
'. the subject of the Southern Convention,"before sin, aid varying, at diffierent times,,fromtr150- l3 weFSpnogslandl: another aV Madia'in.It ; Mr. OABELL has any new claims on his: North and South, ,
their communication ta hints which .has been :
: 000 280,000 men rit has conducted sieges not ANorthernmanMr.J.M.Campbell
( laid before the public So muchinjuUcoio. : less dreadful, .thanthose hich'drenched the ci. seems j fair, therefore *, that 'th&r'f WhiteSulphur constituents!: .for a re-election.l Had a from New Hampshire"to a .friend'Ja

i'i others. tiesbf Spain in blood iii.the peninsular war; it Springs should have Q .turn, Democrat filled his;place', our rights says : "So now, while*we have :tae v uu

I ,;' As the personal and. political of Go v.lironn has stormed imperial cities and fortresses almost her of party'organizations, I am grievViJ t i'

. I addressed him.a private letter oa the beyond( mbersoi; incessant have been its and we trust f- our. -V Middle Florida friends would 'probably'have oeen ,equally pro f ess,-as ic candor.I-most,that they all feb*

jj, >' "- % : :. 20th January and extract from 'which you. wars, that for a hundred years scarcely a day will signify their Assent to,the proposition. tect d.-' 'But we are perfectly willing but one principle upon theslave'ryquestjeii

;; : have published, to advise him that wo would, hiis sscd inwhicb they rival each other fanaticism .
p Lthewild..beastsofthejungJesor ou tut
i I through him, recommend the. people of Flori- ; the alarmed Inhabitants of the hills, have "> to.see**- him" a candidate. i-f, arid" shall_ be as- The condition things here Is a faithful i iof
; **.t-*o send delegates'to, the Kashville t'A** i** %- beroetbethuder the' i -- i ; v f public opinion:all over New ,
, notfl'e4. : of. English cannon Imppy'io seehim. beaten as any otherour England-
: tion. .The paper I enclosed was not the joint: ; its bayonets have-broken eu the power of The Tnllnhassecx' .. uve 1l iL may.welloccasioa .some--apprehension* i
letter but substance of what I after wards ad- --* 4 vA v. "-' '- '-*- f ": f personfor next; Representative must
the, wild Mahratta,cavalry,;.of disciplined '-. 'fc Mfti BTheVCQnventip perpetuity of the.UnioniAnd jet niaty

dressed to himfover my individual signature, squadrons of Mysore, and.the fanatic courage of --for jninatinfir.dele..' b ;a'Democrat., out oteyery hundred of these, fiery
p I ou or about the 11 ih,February. the Sikhs 'it has subdued. rlIke >i% : Free-Soilers; would recoil atsodiatj4
After the joint letter had been written nndas ; greatand gates from'the Middle District:of Florida The first 'of the Reitoris1adopte4
; kingdoms, and:not only subdued them, but has 4 .: >''" suit. vTbiy are willing to 'graie the
1 supposed despatched, I received his reply;dated deposedJheirEOvereigns;appropriated their revenues tolhe Southern:Conventionassem at Newnansvillo repeatstlwitale'chargeagainst tr son'it- necessary to secure the Al

: 31st January, when immediately' .made: subverted institutions as India herself vote,' but they don't intend to push it to '
bled in Tallahassee -the let inst. and .
on op having
some addition to the communication accompanying Washington ;
;/reconstructed its laws and jurisprudence, : "* f recoverable extreme. -
: my letter of the 20th,suggested by the re. and over vast regions changed the very:tenures without' ftdoptinglany.. .,' resolutions- or'in.structionsse1cctdGen. announced opposition to the Admin- Fanaticism on the slavery question. ti
aksofthe and him.- fHw. */ t
Governor, sent it to which the soil held its is full of belongs to no eastward '
by is ; history DUPONT party ,
C. H.
ion the "bitter end" Now this
This communication was published in the same schemes : ist rat to: The Mr.
.vast -day of conquest, to-morrow of folIowiug- parallel,by cainpb
4 : p number the Sentinel which contained the cor social iegcn ration and iniprpvement- ofskil and A J.. FOEMAW 'dejegates, arid has been .denied over and aver again, .tween the two sections of ,the Union ? ?

I i ri'spondcnce between the Governor and "the ful diplomacy'of heroic achievement,of desper- 'ROBT. W. WiLLiAMSvahdi A..E.tMAx- drawn and, coming from a Northern msa ft;
/ I F : .. Delegation" ate valor, making good all deficiencies pf numbers and we, call upon the writer of the reo.lution .- to be hoped that such sentiments will pretetg,

t 5" I c? > Jt is perhaps proper that I should state far- and resources, and of names worldrrenown- WELL as alternates. In coairriening 'to tdiow! us a single instance common.enough to induce the Yanke'keOthepeaeetowaidsthe i
th'erj tbtst after Wg had resolved to recommend '
the people .Florida to send delegates to the ed in.statesmanship and war and literature and the proceedings-the Floridian says: which such, language has been< used.- South. <
religion. -This company, in England, bus: been'CODpO5C(1 "I,think it can be demonstrated that tWi
: Nssbville Convention, one of our Senators propo of merchants, and others, who haelivedkuietly' "Every"County of the Middle District, save reiteration is a pitiful'attempt to im- terests of'the North are immensely sgainati
c ed that should. address the di- Hamilton'was ,
we people
j. ns good subjects and citizens, unknown representedin'theConventron.And : union. In the first place we get all of owe
r. rectly. To this 1'objected, on the ground that and unheard'of j yet they,have appoin raelyiteerbas 'ihere assembled'in nose uoon the credulity partizans.. ton, tobacco, and rid from the' South. I

)- : it; jni h the regard as indicative of wan' of ted. and.at.their nlcasnrr. recalled Governors- Florida a more respectable,'intelligent/and (according and' to make 'it that Gen. TAYLOR turn for these, NY!.to four times: their

j : coufidmce in, and respect for, the Governor of Gen eral who have exercised in Ifadiaa; : despotic to qqr view) morepatriotic body of men' appear the.North floods you with,all manner .of ,

the State. 1 thought that such a communication authority over the f o more'.tban,one than met in theCapitoVon Wednesday last." and his cabinet, are a band, of martyrs.The" tions," from.a Troy coach to a Connecticut '

should be addressed to the Chief Executive hundred-millions people, wh oMirc monarch expose recently/made; of the doings, meg, and receives th :balance in hard ca

Magistrate of the Stutei If he approved of our of England dares not exercise in his bland domain. Latest from the, Frontier. Well, now suppose the'South were' a di
recommendation, as hoped be would give it. s. ,
Before its charter :expired in Ib33, it Republic. You. find it necessary to, eats

his official sanction. 'If he differed front .us, had subdued.nearly the whole peninsula, from We hnve to communicate FORD would sfurw.thal their sufferings a twenty per cent tariff for the,support of y'
communication would un-
be.laid before
1 I' our simply '
Cape Cotnorin to the impassable"snows of the Government.. Now mark the 'North'sajj
the public,-and have the same effect as one addressed mountains. intelligence the Indians. are not without compensation, and for with ,
Himalaya And since i then, the-career pleasant respecting cannot compete England, even at twttt

to lam the people.therefore. My with suggestion The best motives was adopted. -' of conquest'has not p.-iuscd. The cannon of From gentleman just arrived calling public attention to these: facts percent, advantage j who would occupy
England bavt'burst open the mysterious gates market when all are admitted on the-
with an earnest desire to avoid ground of China; she is trying experiments in civilization from- Tampn,.who had personal conversation tho Union is said to oppose the Admintiorrto *- !ers 1 England certainly.,and I cannot!

offence or complaint, responsible for the unfortunate among the savages of Borneo;, she has added with Gen.;TWIGGS learn "bitter-end." why the North would not lose entirely w'
: collision between the Executive of our we ; "" / r
the Punjaub to her,cm pi ic, and a thousand dare affirm/is now its most lucrative trade
State and her in the ..FederalCouncils. The following is the resolution calling
-' Representatives miles west of the Indus, reversing course of that thfs distinguished .officer has abandoned And you don't suffer at all ; for if theN ,

find Alexander's conquests, penetrating among the all hope that Serainoles will on Mr. CABELL to run another political takes lese of your produceEQgland sOicxe
1 fault with for
/ no man differing'fromt'
wild and warlike tribes Afghanistan where corresponding,with her enlarged market
We hare above stated ,
me in opinion-of any. question, but 1 .deplore, he.met .the fiercest resistance, her unwearied leave the country, being convinced thatthf.y race. our reason more ample means io buy. If iLbeajd'<

deeply deplor the. :exhibition ot distracted battalions have reached tbe confines of Persia, have acted in all for not considering him "pre-emin prices would be enhanced to the consumer*
cjuunflx Southern with duplicity
.. .. among men, cu subjects oi and the echoes of her advancing drums have I reply, the South will manufacture bo
such vital moment. 1 may be wrong, and those the "tnlka" held them with ently qualified. '
by '
startled the sentinels who at night kept watch Captain and very eoon exclude all foreigners freak
who differ from me right, as to the course to be 4th. Rteolvtd That'We consider Hon.Edward
market for.I
at the outposts Russian power. CASEY. Get TwIGs has ; see no reason why she *
purs'ied by the South protect itself.but I sadly no instructions C. Cabel) to be
eminently qualified our Representative do it even now, without the inevitable,proto
fear that the difficulty or impossibility of The Sugar Crop in I
Union nmong ourselves will prove fatal to our fairs. HIS experience in legislalioa-r-the high And while she did this the
'i ex:
We are indebted ? Mr. P. A/Champqmier cannot be commenced until the ,
common interests. esteem in which he is held fiy his fellow Repre; demand for her

f 1 i\\ ': Hot wishing to appear before the public flgnin Louisiana for a tfopy of for his the statement"scas6u of bflhe.Kugar I849-50. ,This crop of is fall winter. We shall'' then see if it sentatives-point him out as a fit person to represent would be diminished great only agricultural tor the extenflofjie\

you will pardon me for taking this occasion toexpress in"the We therefore
next :
us Congress.
that I should be highly interesting and valuable work, as regards is in the power of our regulars to drive own consumption f for we must have .jwnrtt
my surprise charged respectfully solicit him to declare himelf. .
( ton &e and cun't it elsewhere. Your(fc
) .the get
this staple of State and ,
with favoring disunion. This charge I Iiav which has' great much-labor and, one ah Indian out of a Florida 'swamp.- early 'as practicable,) a candidate for re-elec have one remarkable *julvantageoye:
sometimes made and frequently required ,care attention -
Been directly
more tion.
intimated. A forced construction of certain iu collecting the correct details, to accomplish The advice of old ,settlers/ip'tbe conn- : er.people; you could sell without biiyU
which Mr, U.. has been unreimttedly employed There is nut on the tnip of the globe u'(
in the letter of Yulee
passages : try' atid officers of distinction served
'has which.bs within itself ihc elements cf cntiri
months and visited
for almost,
Morton and myself, disconnected from their many General' News from Europe.
context,may justify a suspicion that I think an every sugar plantation, scattered'' through so in the last war hasbeen'neglcted dependence,to so large an extent tbe'
ern .States of this Union. Encircle tbem. iritl
''amendment of the Constitution of the United many parishes and incvery sectionof the State.
for the diplomatic policy of Gen. -TAY The English Ministry having been defeated wall heaven-high they would still floors
The work contains great massof; useful and
fitalea the of the Southern
necessary to security in-Parliament on twobr three minor Questions. *
interesting information, and would be still LOB which as was prophesied would sis well as, and lain not sure but:better than
States. But how who has'red' Has"to
any man my has given a general belief that they will
er. nmple of breads
valuable if similar your supply
a compilation were
more pub
s speech,lately delivered in the House ofKepre- amount totothing.it: remains to be be forced to resign. Disraeli, the lender of the will not starve with the cotton ofoi
lished .Every planter an the State 'e yon ;
*, tentative and letter to Governor everyyear.*
?, arrive my the conclusion Brown should encourage'Mr..C; to continue the work seen whether he will still keep up his opposition, having recovered his, health, the plains and the wool of your njounfaios,
thnt 1
can honestly at am Protectionists hnvebeen reinsplred with re
need not stint for clothing/ Yoahaveeroj
annually, instead of which, we regret to learn
in favor of insist amendment the old the volunteer
ing on any grudge against service. newed.
courage. mineral esteemed useful > maukindf%
that the sale of it thus far has been so limited iitr ong
Constitution, or even an advocate of a dissolution From the Continent the political
of the Union,I confess I cannot conceive.r .- that.Mr. C.has hot even been reimbursed for From a leher -writteriby Mr. A. JERNIGAN -, surface, is usually quiet. Order news prevuila, on the have,.or might have, ahnusr every luxury.tropic.Mobile2Lune. ri$*'

his actual to of his time and
outlay nothing
I. Such slanders may have the effect of creating say of Fort Gutlin, Orange throughout France., The violence of the factions
prejudice against me, and those who think with labor and the near approach.* of-the elections I IOusptowhiiug.
f anSI thus break the.force of-a ,The publication contains correct lists of all we learn that a party of some '
n e, recoramenda- twenty- give rise to fears for the continuance of the pre ..Theeagerne&s which tvtiy prcsp4'
the ,in the State
tion of.measures intended to preserve the Union sugar plantations : separately five;dragoons was met near"that place, sent calm.* .. making settlement. bailed bysoiue. antiti
detailed for each parish'with namesNrf the
stud to protect inviolate Constitution of the ; The Urceic question has not been adjusted, glad SluMits that usher iii eery dai&iIt1

United States. They are, however, Imi-sittadcfs, owners ce't.quantity of each crop, distance of the on.their return to, Tampa, after an un' and in the event of the overturn of the friend-' Compromise,must constituteau excepiir I
It 835
ag inst which I ghull not attempt to defcndjmyKlf. city with,steam appears and 671 worked are provided horse successful pursuit of a large body of ly.offer of France, there is every reason to s.iviug of Twiombu : 'v-uri-ly the ..neti;

If my letter and speech do not 'refute power, by apprehend serious difficulties between.England iti vain iu. sight ot any bird.1 S* iL5Uthc'ie''

15 them;nothing 1 can now say will have the effect. power. The produce.of these plantations, during Indians who were said by'the officer to. and Russia,'as the former, in the event, stated, have been ailtthe, propositions for a djusti1n9
the last amounted
I reiterate every sentiment of that letter season, to 247,923 hogsheads baa Admiral Parker .one-hided all'the
of which have gone !rUbe'drccLiono head, given orders to reinforce a so miserably programesbi cqa
the net weight estimated. at ," ,
ia.nd'speecb. : By them and on them, 1 stand -s.* 4 complete.blockade of the coast.of Greece,and''if promises "haveyetuipeareJ, kat We""j
269,709,000.poands.: This..includes an egtima of the Si. Johns. An
: Kith them. I fall. waters equal
he should do so, the Emperor"of Russia, has been astonished sometimes that our ***&&*
ted weight of.about 12,500,000 pounds of.wet '
I am,respectfully, which is taken from the bottom of:the number of dragoons had .been also des; given pasitive assurances of his intention toad-* were risking sd'opeu game I
Your obedient servant. sugar vance to the assistance of-Kiog Otho. They have tried the Southern character&otj
molasses cisterns.. The molasses estimated at patched putsuit on t he'east' side of,
E- C.
/ CABELL ENGLAND. ever,and tbey.know its traits. Ihev.kao.ikloweverprempt .

Jot: CI.ISVY, Eq, 4 the 5 gallons .io each about;1000 pounds of sugar, or Of in, the Kissamee and the Tchopaliga Lake, The English Parliament're.assemblecl., on to meet a joe, the sons tf jfe;
12,000,000 gallons
,. Editor of the Sentinel Tallahassee aggregate ;
Florida. the Bouth B1o.D
Monday. Tbe'suppiee for navy and ordinance are-generous and'confidingand
the above'1536 plantations,- are only 1455 The officer, stated that he had
.seen '
allowed from those .'wbo
: were after a chaep deb.iteand suspect wrong us comiug
which 81which.havCbeen
_ are producing
recently, .opened, hayhig.ha jet made no where the Indians )had been driving off! contest for retrenchments;, On .Tuesday Lord the garb of friends.. :Hence it'is,that while!

,Culon Affairs.-Rumored. Offer of a Transfer ''* Of these latter i2 will produce crops toa cattle from the. V Kissamee. Duncan.moved for a repeal of the window* fcix, watchwith suspicion; every doctrine advit !!

of the Island to the, United States.- Pn vale letters :crops.limited extent* next season, and '19 not until : which' produces revenue of nearly two million t>y those who ope'nly revile us,we afre pLtoJ

from;Madrid mention that the Spanish Govern 1851.52, .. '.- The. settlerron.. the (frontier- are-- evi--. pounds and:which it is proposed to*'meet punc*- ly too; unsuspectingly on, those who prjf-
meat has at this moment, 'notwithstanding the Since 1846. there have been erected iii the "< Aiflj; and'4dentIyalarmed those' f[_ tually by $abolishment of? a squadron Af* feeling of frieudship-f>towgi ve them'credit

denial of the Ministerial papers, some serious State 355.engnesand.sugar.mills mbst'of: them on the out' ter a long and'.warm debate,the House divided beyond what'they,claim. Theje Northern fri ,

Eubjccts for aLzr iwhethertbey are.well found7d to replace old ones/or those-previously, forked side; of the ,Hitchepucksasaa, are"mov- 'when vibe Minister andtaxe3were sustained by know full'..well that an adjustment c| '

.. .- or not. The result of the electionsin France by horeec power. 'Of-theie engines'and mills, *---/-;in.Petition* ? are** : in-;circulation. 'A'ing *- -: to" a bare majority of thr e. Owing to .the strong, tion hbubrably, fuirly and peaceabi is sT *

S uncertainty respecting the intentions of the the/oundries Cincinnati.have furnished 281 opposition some members were\ehut';ont-from' ly desired at the South;J and !Ien'theb1

British Government with reference to the quarrel Pittsburg 37, Richmond.7, Baltimore vl,'Louisville obtain' prOieci&'from' oVerriihehtt; but voting;4 Wednesday it was proposed to raise an adjustment is'laid down we look to I Ifesatonsof the !!
with Spain 'the blockade of the Greek tti- fe */ '''' { r -*" -f *' S thepower; of in the SouthCourts trainers instead itsxwn m4I
ports : < recovery ,
3 Mew Orleans Gretna- little be
lOJTAlgiersvLu.2 from its
can expected imbecili
i and the arrival-as mentioned in the same letters La,, 6j and the NoveltyJiVorks; JNew York, 3 .-. from tw'enty..tp.sfifty>'pounds sterling. 1n1ipoint'of 'and judge uccordinglyv", ;

-.of the Lisbon squadron at Gibralter, as .\\'e presume that'these engines and millsjon*ah ty'Web v yit.to: etiquette which>proposed to raise.tbe The true cause of our difficulty IsJaotension'of ,

also the rumors abo Naples and Xegborn, af average cost at least.$5000ind with'the -TAYLOR and"his C obinet' ', -e-' assistant surgeons bf theoavy fromihe,cockpitto. /territory 'the 'electipn'of,1p''
.' 1bedsufficientcan8eor une iness. he sugar .,care; jx straw .the cabin"the Ministry found themselves & for such oiot'are.but'ccI
S. w act kettles ect-'woulitmake: nearly to millions of in 0, ( things
counts said to be received from. the Jsland,,of dollars, which Louisiana! hasfpaid to her sister iwheiner'East: anct South. ,Florida re- arninori ,ofight.-?'. :**"_ s* \. _'? ".'. \ -but.the true cause,,. as everyone knolt 1 1feelSjwho'
Cuba, of Vor *.* H. C crt.: ; 'v ;' -i 'Cv rf M >
an Increasing desire there ; separation 'Suites f .machinery aloneduring the-above main a,how1ing.wi1derness tenantedbnl3Tbysahge OnFriday Lord John: Russell, brought Jor- wililook matters fully in the %

from Sp&inandoanne.zatjontotlje United period. .,. '& ia' -.- 1 V;* :'vEbme :sward motion of inquiry relative to all government the deadly,hostility.existing inonsssiI*

E&te'flt'istat4flotIeSS4iSCoUraging.- ? of the;plantations'bav s refineriesandothersinake Iridransr' veV strewed" officers.An amendment was offered gains the inaiitutions of the btheri
I. ASpantah paper stated, .eome tune:tsince.'that ,their entire in white clarified, whtJeJuikt' thveligs' "!"' 'nId' '--iW.i" extend,the inquiry to the incotae1 of the ecclesiastical Whose .resolutions- have reac
part of the instructions of Count Mjraeol'wereia ;Many pl these latter have of, 'dignitaries,"' heajthe original-motion reach this-r-and yet -the'slightest obae
t&t effect that if examination sugar! Terycostly rfell6wcitte.) and carried .* .
inthorough of the and 'for1 w.hich'from ynspnt v'r will convince any oncho is not mislead.J
machinery 2G
State of Cuba he apparatus ; ; ,- ;$, 4--jy 3yjKff: 'a ;; *
found that there t : : ffc
was no pr bI '' .. ThOLOndnTimias'dipted; atone of fee1ingsth tuutiIs'ome xhang iis
000 to 40,50,and eten as high as 70,000 dollars, & ?hf.V. -'v'i. = .., v"r Sj > -, *
; I ability of Spain being ibleJo Jiold,.that'Island- have been Expended,.which adds greasy to",the The Whig BJectiiiff ntNewniins-y much severity against existing Government..Thatfpaper thU respectj nothing like rmaet'ZmeDIQftb.ei1putaipoesibIe.

for,wjy.time! ,'he should offer it for Bale: to.the Above estimate of the amount paid .b the-plan- h *? y "jj v iJastKepujJlipangiyesuS >devotes 'considejabla apaceto'thesubjectpf ,
; :
-. Goveromeni of.Wasbiogtbn.' Ihate 1 eoaje;jrea-, ten of the,State'to dtizens:olf&the other States,- 4 __. '__ .i. tv11le. ,. r :' SifeHenry CBul rer's comspoudence ., Let the friends Compromise th4i'
1 son believing lhat.lhe.JMjnibn of; ef. with Secretary,Clayton-relative 'to the that Bite" at naked ok&eZap 1"
a for.that kind of supplies;. V**? < --- ; pio- modiflcatlbn they cot' ".-* .
the wealthiegt and -of:the .i*
most influential; Cuba mcrcha&U : estimates'theloss iesentrIff"onIn.Th'e'opin. ,
iMriOhampomier aWbig&'inMiingiieidfpf
i is thai Spain 'cannot hold the Island for sugar .ceedrngof ; ion,;is advanced in'several quarters thai the re -
; ,last different
,. .,,.- more than fire yesre long:|. it u probable:that 18.000 crop-hogsheads.s year by-the 1 crevasses' ..f'v&i.Air ,at %0Iv ir te 4 !l! ?|toWecV.of' .. strictive policy of the United States, if eontinUjJe ABREST-. *- -*-*- j-1* +GEOBULLO r r> ** w*.
the 't' -
Irishes of the '
merchants the maelvet in %to r ter4epr iVte] !
'are ,C.:says; from the best information he has wbtcbypp arji joxl be,the --
farorof separation! ; At -'jare iron business of fvjl'ft bIs .
: all-seventa'iome' of been able to"obtain:froralTexas there are not' great Brits4ui city j-oovc ajr A>u u4 uMvv *-
theasetm njilnced that their incomes!would Jess than 35:sugar.plantaUons there thjitvill ofYih nblogyn eait ofthe ': brresppnaent bf.the" Times"ai, .Aihens'* iconding Cashier of the Central Bail Row Jbf

-* be more than tripled if Cuba becaui*an Ahieri j ; export tout1oO9o'hZsbea(:of the, present j.Wiiig8 w d iio otpaft vilf6ov/jB has obui rjcojpie8'0f"the wrrespondisnce Wtweeo SaTannah hu beenf arrested iili4brougbt'back"in'
owagains 11tOdy
cti owesgia; b ; Caabm
: 1 -p Jd of the ,of 1000 pounds ch&n&tbattbe. > OreekGovprzmentand the English thci steamship j

existence of.treaty invzrtue iebEng- .crop from thenc\next year,will probably5bedotible;export ;a .cWvention, and a;declaraMpnthut 'complainants, whichi-w'farfr' 'cpmplialientary'to ,ofMrBettmsthbneof theBostPTbe :

tiarantee be ifof -' that 1J riotvvithstaridfn their' tbelKtter.r-Speaking pf Uiis'"chiMiiso.frpbn; 'cffiok lcft.Bs I tha teaiealled'forng1sxid
quantity,;;% MTS --- r..' % difference'Jii'jfr
; ir Pacific the i '
I CuUtotheBpan :Grown.v ', (JiWs -' -:We again reOomi endthCChamponiler publication;pf>JIr. L ; /'S.-. ?.*vS..V.-.y-r.- *> : zin'di v4 Tfmessayi hewbrthlessneaa of such !
orYeTtbe tjerdaubu, V*' to'the attention-and.patronage of HpKWV WW wwH11"!; a subject is our best security that these diffleuU 'w adIici red here.'itt1ie jtacso1ThRaynoi4sj

:all 1ntrest d1noo' nected-v1tbt1ie.' b- 7 iture'ot tiealwiU be jbrpught to a decent; determination tIjot ; eidnof tei S nt' !

I ; RtivicIwoGooD g.4OB4kti 4i : :: -' ; Vd 4 '4] .. the money awarded'to Don PacifiCj-beybnd asid M.'Wr, .$. .
r. .-_ '4'r clate fqr.. the a1et,4ui of ifo7nittif8r libte"in 4en1'ofthftCentralRalURMdComp&flrof
__I .- Wishing to drown Jbif ,- ; : pngessNowepetfectly.: thit of a
a times Into the SceiiaflJ4be: Iatljfl I 'j : '-' '( !agleovththe'* ; ; *:!4cbhe 1n-Athe ismoneyivhJo wheat wewltf that dtylfU tteTtiii ynpprised

,,;-s. Umfllitoihevater, : berway ;.' encotrnums-passedupon; bluih".toreceive.p' bf thelrohberyoyteltgrsp; %%&;

I. I mast struggling ia thestzm beId Lira *othNMrIeansYortCddo ;, few t'ilay M r CuiELL forhis fidefltytutb'o S2iith,. -. -. -I ; 'v ,'.,.: :-. ,- -Mrt BiUocl(wasVrresled Mote the*
*- > ; ; i'Tke.yrkoommerce --- *
> ,' ) A", ; : it is said has tbe13 tewhicfc'be aIl th1i
jtlwr >at r yntil aetls anc riu-rivfd> t i"'. > ; -
% cargiriotaJ : .V-
: -
: ;- --* ------y, ; *rflSa* < i*" 7 ii _c $.; ieied-by: ;tfac EngUsh bloc'ks4sto"tbe siounL '
p. : \, ;t '. _:1I
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court ee 1ng th ., .... ,
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Apr &udMr ALUiT CPP4LSe Ar1a trd1th.p t i ; $1M.erUMt .

L totheCllX genw 6f the arrival New Mexico, a pose. t .. '. ,.,

'1' : pntioalLtb hi8deparjittre, 6f aveyyou arc the sweet,wit ty.teyes'aibzn.eacosto
Ws'P ._ aeneve
&fter a few remark* on the,Texan CommisftoneKf Bet1bejdli. > A. .a. /ftt .*M ztiontLeip1i.. she Is lurking.in shaWaIs of JtckioavIHe. : .; .,..
The ID publiC ; atElPass6an had $forwinjef tv fl '.' -i i. form'the ciUiena 6fJack >nvilleinQ ftuir S *- -
o1 iuexpe" tipost *t rn : "-
ra on explain the ob- mission to CoL Monroe the Civil, rounding thaflebucpcnedsbeabovsAblrniutwid .;1anh1lk2 e23& .
CO B.M. PU Agentleman was aglfeeably eurpthedtheeiI11to :ftview>to>iseU oblrM .
tue3ted pearsoflCCtpt1 the Governor,.Itiying that he ceUom ta ; j... ,---j r .- -
Ccl. find r'99iaSU.r believing thala 4iimble ii 1
eetIog. 4pl mt rkejLserv&Up'1br'ila penny -
(the of Texas with plithejnTi -
t$ o d.ljdaVaTm sn&eflthTLS1dJres3 er !nre& 1jr better tban'sIowsb11Ungn He has received, :: -
UctionofhergovernmetitihNiwMex- QcothsafterdatisbalIpnaentay
rjttlOU *hIht *>*-r IiStutaifledfr, and 13 eonstahljrreceivlng; ti most fushionbleandlates *- ,
orsonthein rlghtsj ico. ; V .. i '
whj;,ii"replied btekytLt1ijt at'; tuz style bfFncy' 8tap1er.y v- Vi'VVV
.- ; Theaob-Pr fectat: :Forteriasin for affinal t '
th ; neighborhood ;
; .. t
OcO-dstO .
reponsein key has been roostiin* fence tree it1ts ;wlts'Boglishand'AinricariPrints- : *. '
beTty { on oar : ; sad asks ; ; -
'with e
El P.isso had discharge be
at already his rum .
; resigned { turtheiadzdais, ?-.
Resolutions were --
blui .
p.eamb1e md so dis mournin I seize for. elT reat ob deT ; Ginghams: tTth3 of |
e f0uOvig jurisdiction to the Texan ComrnL-tsioner ,.thus -" -*" "<' **'* ftk! -'sr. ; th.eststi'c4Job-a. -' r ?
Wi11ii Cbmbrays\ViateantfCol6redMu8linsi
subm1It to the meeting abandoning to that State alarge anU the finest .Embroidered; WiOfThvileount. -> C.- :
en -i MH B HI B B Ml BMW i M i lMHMMM x -Ji :Mualins -LinenLawns 4. : -
; ;
them 1Q a spirited portion of New Mexico; V> ,; v / .. UAET B. $AUNDE ;? >" < -v ,
8uppOrteI .
who Bust Afieranorder .
At arecenctralnliigdowii ffilkttmeiraaKimtf L. = ? :
Esq.. a Handkerchiefs; *. > : ?.> -
in7 c.. .* *
.- --f I
was adopted Col., Monroe had issued an Orderto.te| &dmlUitrtTiX.: "' -
which a resolution was;gIento retttra ramrods,\onsof the soldiefs Silfcand Cotton Handkerchiefs: :. -- < *. ; *

Ires5, of Col.Pearson,inviting the dis- commandants. the military-pests,, jnstruc.. .broke from the llnesj and Wa$ off at full Cotton Gloves; LIslepqnilkandSil. d. J&ckzouTlHI'0b23Ij$50. \ &\
the instance ting them to observe rigid non-interference with! -- ; k
; spUtfHe11o bawled the'icdmmanding; :offlrwberenreyooIogV.DOwQto'uireMUg. 1iVhite Colored Hose;

iguished genilemen present from the neigh- Major Neighbors,in the exercise or hisyfune- : hit.iIose; iftrlei. (sun 9lthe[ tufted *eau.. -

to participated! in the proceedof dons, and equally to RToid coining' iu'contaeft Ioriu.edfroui :.Brown ,t ; '
jaring counties gin to""return" 'the; .ramrod" 8h1tingsanttShe'eting T: ;, I .. .. ,,, :
authorities '
the l.bf XexasThns'! -
and address the assemblj. with judicial bi Bfeached : ,;, -- I
- the meeting has caused the excitement at ': I-f '9 -' 'd' : L! ..
Sunti Fe edth0j ..
was then called for, greatest ] Irish Linens; Silk.Cravats; Colored da; aBrAnonJ.,. .
CoL Samuel W. Spencer and throughout the territories meetings -w r ... A.Docaoz's Jou.-A'welI phjsic1an 'Table Damnska1 Scotch Diaper;. "i-.v V.-/; 'ofsa1dC uj .. .

,d addressed the meeting eloquently in favor beinglield. d Mr. Skinner gave ;his opfniori," in certain citywns very'much annoyed by"an ..SwissandCambriQaiuslinsj/; ,

the support of the resolutions, under cousid- that although the Governor will not -resist the old, lady-who was always'sure to accoiVhim in Bared do.{ StripeddoC > (lthof '-'"

' ., 4th Resolution in order was then action Texas the people,both Mexican and American the street for the purpose of teliing'over her ailiuents JVhite and Coioreo Berlin Corda ; ; APIVIS50.; 4 _. : ; .

;nn The those submitted by with the exception of a few'who entertain OnWahemet when he was ins Trimmingsi.pfjeverydescription11' .. G\, '. 'JOHN ZMYRic Msrhal i- ..
areJ; an amendment to malice against the civil and military : F P ? 0, ZXRNIAtIL ,
present '
very great hurry J y > i* 1 *? ColognejFrench: Extractsjs ., -# Puputy )lara1t *

qUire! Meiu, and unanimously adopted.L .- ..officers, willoffer, armed rlwist.ince.. 'Ati 1.1 srejou are ..quite Teeble, and the PearlGilt,.-and: : Bone Buttons' Augst1nFel ; I8O. wJ 7 ,

this stage of the proceedings the presiding doctor : -shut your eyes and :show .meybur" ;Co iteV and LeVs SpooV Cotton j: :

THE NICARAGUA TttEATY. 7.. "\ vghe MosquitoNetting\ "7i 'J ""
returned to the Court House, in which f / r ;? 4 flEw AuAi' '

jjge assembled and although other From the developments;which have already obeyed, and the 4octprjnoTed off,;leaving Fringe/';inps, and Edging, -v -*,. .. .

te meeting was been made,,.it appears that the principal stipulations hersiundjng there,for some tune.. in tliisrlcI.iculous W.itheveryvarietyofGoods; usualty kepi.in. a BoVL1&G- .-

ecches were called for, it became necessary to of Obis treaty are as follows, vU: position, to the:infinite amusement" of Dry Good*Slore.f.Pcrsoas:wishing tojpurchnsej AL'CBirv. BILLIARD

the meeting ia order that the business of 1. Great Britain is permitted to become equal all who witnessed thfe fianny.acene., 7 will. do, well to'call and examine forthemselves.April20tfi SALOO& '
ose ,. : .
The following Preible ly interested,with the.United,States in the construction fl:4: 'WlLULM:1DEWEES. \- : I
ke Court might progress. and Horn it Works.-Pioad men neret hare ; :.' : li ,: ,
uses eijoyrneutoftke ; IiiE
theu unanimouslyopted proposed ..! .
Resolutions were neither in ri sUBCREaba3JustLopene '
and canal. frieuds; prusp tybecaMie they ou3.i;'. -

: 2. In consideration of which. she stipulates know nobody; nOrm adversitybecause 5 then' pNtMEAzi RICE.STIUW coruir1otLIaE&TT'I. ; North aide, one door from thi: .

with the political exiement uoboiy k ows them. '-* iimipv- itreet RESAURN; .-
regret her ,
Whereat, we see to relinquish sovereignty Mosquito and V -
MM B M iMV I B BVM MIMMt Ladiea'Bonnets 8ALOO .
Bonn -
which is coast j tr.TrimmIgA; -
and divisions by our country establisnment -
Shoe Manirfactvre.-lfa annual production Stationary every/description .' has been:fitted up-entirely '
3. To relinquish protectorate over the ; >
and we see in them great danger Massachusetts of the kind"of.shoes known
,w agitate* ftsubrogans,3is general ztssortm nt ofBootiand Bbe& '
Mosquito King. ? "
the Union and to the equal stated reach a valae of$20,000 t. 'thiiis alhours.f .
the Constitution,to 4. To relinquish all herpqssessory right over J streceiyedj:; and for sale) at reduced .
000, und to afford employment to some 60.000persons.1 at the 5f ,Tbeflr: -- ..
interests and guaranties thereby estab- that coast. prices store of .r. .
zhts, .,. ,,. 4
sttcJ-and, whereas, our sentinels upon the 5. And, finally, to relinquish all right to establish -- .: WL.PPEWEE&April .llAsbeensu-1wth theehoicestliquors. .,.'
; -- -
50. ifDINGAND'SCOURING ? 4j& ,
forts and in that -> : ererr .
garrisons country. r .' .
itchtower, our entire delegation in Congress, Shameful Refusal-It is statedthrit. the little ,. be prepared with dSicr" .
despatch. The
Thus without ,
relinquishing a single right or ,
son of Col.Clay who fell on the field of Buena the .
delegations of the other Southern States season will be at all times
which she had '
position to just claim Great supplied: "
Vista asked to be appointed a Cadet at West ters ,
of have warned us ofe Britain becomes ,Partridges,Venison Steaks &tJm '
distinction party, an equal copartnerwith .E STA.iL.f'8'I1'Mt'NP
ittoat Point by the.Cabinet of Gen.Taylor,,ttnd thai: : all hours. and on theshortestjotice? *. ...
United States in the inter-oceanic .
out of this excitement .
great danger ; it was peremptorily refused. Can it be true $. 73, Y.ik Mirter, .
communication, having equal rights, privileges, The-B1iQr4i1.n., ',. .
.id whereas, our fellow citizens of Mississippi that such a request certified by; the.; gallant I '
benefits and interests with this REAR i :
( ,
government 'expressly for .
blood which flowed in his country's 'Service,7 'flASbnimed me noate '
and those of other Southern p '4
ire proposed, that great American enterprise, which "more beautiful .
should be denied the orphan of. this chivalrous SAVANI.AtH V .G EO. co&strve
ates generally have concurred in the sugges- important to this country than the whole world officer. Well may the world talk 'of the gratitude tie; with air and Indiarnbber cushion,. -'- ..

Convention at Nashville in June besides. Such is the character of the CLi;ton : .
hold TteEowflagFii .
on to a Republics. -\ ** aud Iia. : -
far its and ALEXANDER :GAI4LOWAyReturnshisthauksto .
treaty,so as terms stipulations have I t
for the of concert, council and REalsojust'from the workniah .
it purpose and ,
been divulged.Washington Union. .
nference to avoid the evils which are threa- A VALUABLE TESTIMONY his friends, for tile ia. XcocTenience for. the eitertoi ... .t I fcomfert.of
TOTS he has received since he commenced business guests has been ''- ,

ned; and, whereas, our fellow citizens of The Navy.-A Washington letter in the N, Y' We like at all,Umes'to, 'give credit when credit in this city.in 1832. and would state to his 'I COr4iaJIyjn'vjteflj; provided. .

adsJea county have proposed that the three Journal of Commerce says : is due and/if at the same time we'can relieve friends, and the public generally, of Savannah this*K stabhshment4.assuringjbem public to caflit ; 4 .1

of Florida should each send two the .distressed are, doubtly gratified ; and its.vicinity and the.surrounding'country,. no effort that' shAll: '
eat sections the spare .to contribute .
I understand that to thei
navy.department contemplates we, therefore, give the fallowing voluntary testimony that du.ring'bis L-xteCvisit London and-Scot recreaU ;;: -
legates to sLid Convention, in which we fully some plan for the reduction of the as to. the: beneficial effects of Wistar's land he has various ? OEORGEtKIppt '
acquired improement.scoiinectedWith :
new, number of officers-some plan in relation to the Balsam of Wild CberryC by the'editor".the -- '

retired list.-The number to be admitted ought* Columbia South Carolinian who to have < : .
.Therefore, Resolved That we appoint two appears .
1st. 1
to further restricted. obtained relief from its Old Dowtm- : ,LOT -
legates to represent the county of lieuton, ine bp great n. TEILyt' ;
The Committee Naval Aff.irsofthe House wbichhe trustslwHl enable
him'to give
district convention, which is proposed to be on ion, Portsmouth, Va. general -
ell at Ocala, nu the fourth Monday of this have agreed upon a report in favor of the absorption WISTAB'S BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY. 'sa.tisfaictiou-t9 all who may please to favor him One i ffrfiad Gapllal f '

of the thirteen officers of the Texan with their patronage. .

outh.21 Resolved That we abhor and condemn Navy-into the United States Navy. They place We seldom resort to patent medicines, having Ladies'; silk and,woolen Dresses, Shawls. &&, And 250 prizes ot$2,000.' r r,; .- ,
the '
for skill of
and, fanatical excitement which has the measure on the ground of the stipulations a great respect the medical profession .&c, cleaned and, dyed various colora.eo; as'to VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY '- ; .
e political ; but chance: threw into our way the '' '
which the ..
the.Treaty, cover personel as well give good satisfaction ,
almost fanned into a flame for the destruc- For the benefit
tn above named medicine the of
immediately after MbnongaUa
the materiel of the.Texan Table Covers 'cleaned AcadGny. 7-
as Navy. or dyed as may.berc.
onofour' great Constitution and Union, and close of the late session of the when ** y : .
Legislature -
The Committee refer to the fact that we have 'quired. .. : Class D, for 1850: -V ,
it we commend in the highest terms the man- our lungs, were, almost dried by the highly ,
and already too many officers in our Navy, and that up Gentlemen's jine renovated in the same To. bidrawu'.atMexi ria.ycu Batirda .
determined independent position as- #
r.trified atmosphere of our stove-warmed State- .
they ought to be reduced.in number. good style as formerlyso as hot to'besurpassed April27j18nnderthjte .
tmeJ ia Congress by our delegation as well as -
house. The Balsam relieved
immediately us'ofa .,
te delegations of the other Southern States. But a just regard to national faith, requires :by.any. done.at the North, or dyed as may. 'deuce -' :
this addition,they say, and the Texan officers, most harassing cough, which threatened our be requi red,.,without staining the skin or soiling ; : .
3J. Resolved That our warm attachment toe Jlw.
health iu We feel that lZAVjj
a serious degree. were '
transferred linen/ & C..
when thus will stand on the same the 11aaie-It
Union be shaken but the destruc ? :
cannot by indebted it for some fifteen pounds animal 78
and be the Ladies' black cleaned and nnwbe0..1 .
footing subjected to same rule of reduction Bonnets\dyecl drawniballot.
jnofour lights and liberties and that we re- which addition FELT .
weight- being once '
the officers. in .. .
as orginal pressed a'superior style. *PLEDm'cflL .
rd the Southern Coavention as the most hope- .
c.mnot be forgotten. ..
The Texan Navy embraces only one post Captain Ladies'! and Gentlemen's; Kid Gloves cleaned 1 magaificent '
il measure Tor its preservation.4th. caiiiial'ot .
unless BUTTS the
None .
genuine signed on $io o'
after the London ,
two pursers one or two surgeons, and seven m approved fashion. \
Retolced .That thIs meeting in common isplendidprizeof .
wrapper. f ooo .
lieutenants and Terms moderate. -
or eight midshipmen. >
iththe wliule country is moveJwith the pro For sale by' T. HOtMES &'Co. N. B.-Orders from Florida South Carolina 1 do : : 30Oi. .. I

ualest grief at the recent low to the national do-, .' -. \ !
and the interior of :
tidlls. ia a crisis like this, of that steju and BacrwxsoN ts. CHAXMXG,-The last number EMIGRANTS TO, THE SOOTH AND Georgia,will be faithfully .1 di --- '
-. $
11- and attended 15,00
punctually to.
atrtotic friend of the South, the lion, JOHN C.. Brownson7s Quarterly Review thus speaks of t EsT should be provided with :Dr. .Osgood'a 1an iao *_ '. ii vut1' I
ALIIOUN ami that in his life of virtue and -i-- .. -
-- .
Channing; IndiaCholagogue. By the use of this remedy, WHITE -' ;soo',
career of public usefulness he has left .25O do.loweat
ng a
acclimation a's it is callel '
during or seasomxg, -
oble name uml rich inheritance to ) i.s "Boston has suffered more from, his pestiferous $ 3of. -
country- the from attacks of and ..
danger Ague Biliqus :
influence, than Athens ever did from that do. _' .
Fevers is evaded. ()
entirely Thestrangeris -
en.5h.. Resohed. Thut the Chairman select the Socrates lib ,everlusting preachments about to these diseases in their 1 g5. do .:'k' '. 'T 200 -
peculiarly exposed : ;
; '
*tag:ins iippuiuted under the 1st resolution. the dignity human nature has corrupted Hamilton Ceanij* .Florid*. t3 do .
ino-.t fatal forms, and should not risk the chnpgeof *. ". :
\ ourliter&tureasit has our morals ; nnd ifphilantbropby"which rilHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully ,inform 4,810 do ,- -, -. *. .' '
ereupon the Chairman selected Dr. C. R.tcx. climatewithout the protection which Choln- 'G .
received such an impetus' JL the,Public that'they the Lessees 27,040 do W ,* -. <. .I
are -
.>nJeratj from him continues to much longer in this
mge this celebrated would Tickets I40-u'Ealves
HOLMES & Co., Agent for the proprietor.SI Spring and respectf&Idy $202-Qunrtera : I
j; adjourned. commonwealth, it will be necessary for every urge the afflicted to come and be healed. JThe Eighths $5, -- :: '

P G. WALL, Cha rman. honest und peaceable man to emigrate from it. c QUE.E' Uc&tTOSU, virtue of the water is a>fixed fact"-not ideal. .Price of cerUficates of pckiges. in tie abav* .: -
What with our moral reform eocieties, nut! an-. To afflicted with Magnificent Scheme "
ALBERT 'LARK those RHEUMATISM;, CRO. ,as follows rj -

Secretary.I011E ti-hang-men societies, prisoners friends societies ATTORNEY AT LAW, FULA, tDYSPEPSIA, andJhe Thoa'jacd ills A certificate of package oi26wol,. '. ..
abolition societies i
societies !
temperance which-mortals heirsjo '
-are we.Sifqul'4respect Ucket -, ..4 .. Sso'o ,
bL -.
\ PARKMAN LETTERS. there will goon be no living here for a man who attend the Circuit Courts in the that j '
WILL fully suggest. they tryitarirtuebelievjng :D : d(> 26 half I
e 25008.
Tue Boston elitors are all receiving ridicu- wishes to mind his own business,ani| to let his Circuit; the United States from many almost miraculcua'curj/a effected by Do th I

neighbor mind theirs. Really the evil is-becoming District Court,at St. Augustine 'the Supreme 26quartersi25. I '
a M from various fl-tatters relative to ; its use, that they :-also will b.ei' i1arly;benefited Do .
'eigbthL :62- ,
insufferable, and we are fast retrograding Court nt Tallahassee and prosecute Claims for '
r .r..ai iu. We yter i y noticed one to the ; / v iA fcatepfapaciage ofbol.wIfl.engJ.. -
S ; fr to the days of the old colony sumptuary lawe. citizens in any part: Florida against tIe OOTerumtnt The seeker of will l.cre -b- '
v3 iat. '>iu ferre Uaute, Indiana, and pleasure find a delight theholder toal oyeu 8442 nelt thai in ybe '
w observe that which even our fathers could not bear.11RETEIBUTION. at Washington, either before Congress .fnl while tlineC drawn .
one .emanated from Balti- place to away Their Table will by the twepty-ajx Ucketa named tbereia: .

DredirecteJ toxht Boston Bee, as follows: or at the Departments.- be spr d.witbthebest of.the'land,>nd no exertion Certificates of halte 'quartcrsiand. .eighths la -

BALTIMORE, April >350.. COi1NG -Among the nations,of U. ADDaESS, Jacsonvzlle,Ecst.FZori1a' on their part -wUl be wanting'to provide'for.tbycpnybrtandT proportion. N : t- .. i _

Dr Sirs During the trial of the Professorfor Europe,the position occupied by Austria just May 11, 1850, tf :easnrebfTisitors., / This splendidBcheoe.fa one of the most'i?..

wurJeruiP..rinin I nowisxme, humiliating and pre&aitioua. She The..surrounding country is filled with Deer tractiveeTerd'/awnin'the United States, and, .
wrote to & -
Hathaway .
M er alledgiug his -thc professors innocence U now paying the penalty her perfiJy :and NEW STORE !' NEW STORE! 'andTnrkeyaand' th&Strea'uWith'.tbe' finest well !9rtby ot the attention adventwrere... .. .. I -- '

I so far co notice have been taken of the in-. cruelty ; though that is the only debt, she is of fish.cod, .dogs and fishing tackle*' will be atall' The lowest p2ze4hatcan.be idraw by a tlcke&r .- -'

+ioa the main witness iu the ose am tell able to pay. Bankruptcy dogs her step ;likc a. 'UNDERSIGNED ;r specfully .informs times at their service.T: '1 ,. having on it 2hree of tha drannnmbrs, is' 'X- '

re than would be safe for him. If it comes: shadow, and deeper darker, und more hidious THE Public that he,has opened'a St ore at, Conveyances '.JACKSONVILLE" direct $2,000. T F --- .

the worst I will divulge all. Save the becomes the spectre every day. The sort ot, the premises on BAY STaEEfopposite the Lii1y 19 the SPRING' at/all times ready; ? ; ,, Orders for;ticket :and shares.cP A certi1ca -- "

*>r, & th.it too without the aid of a spy-glass.pro-( peace that prevails through her heterogeneous :Pofonnerly occupied byMr;Wni. B..Ross Board-per".month' v-r" '- $20,00, kagWJn.heaboTepaagi: Wi waan. '

dominion be uiferrcU.from the Cbi11ren and 8rrants,. ., iooa. Will be proacjirty attended to :and *
*"-"**-where is thY Justice.V may raarchingBnnd und that he bits on hand;; a'Tariety of cfoods, ffaacconnt'ofthe -
Horses, per month,. 15,00 drawing will be 1 .> .
of Aentlminediair1- .
her -
Tours STUDENT. counter-curcaings heterogeneous* hich having been purchasedin; tbe'Northeru "* k : -

To Editors Boston Bee armies ; and the prospect of its continuance inny. Markets ai exceedingly.low.rates,he is enabled. -. : / .- BUPFINGTOtt&'RYAN.March. 'oTertoaU; '

The Boston Herald be estimated from the .fact that sheis flankeuby to dispose of on the most'Bati f( itpry.;ierms.-4 30,: : Address; w MA11aYA; tl ?
alluding to the Terre .millions of Hungarians on one sid an'1 Italians : ; ... .Alemv- '
ittie len AmOng them he would enwnerate" ; :jv .: .. t .,,
asserting Dr.Parknun's late ibrr26. .
prc- on the other, by every soql of whom her Otice 4 'Q :' .
Goods of-"alt ,
cetjesy3? Diy rd- -i .
name is abhorred, her world despised, and-her kjdsH :j- -: 2Ld -' '- : .
The remains found in the medical college conduct detested. Her unfortunate friend. the npBE .CDPARTNEBSHJP, herttofore exiA .W :Saie Near ,

.*e bevnidentificd as those of Dr.Parkman by Pope is still guest of the saintly andn,Bangui-: ware; Provisions* ;,Cting bitween the ndersigued, i utbe ; : "

ncluaTe evidence, not introduced in the trial Neajwlitans. .Terrified to return'rtobis \; conduct:of the&JacksonVille' Hotey1 Bunder the '

Professor %Webster all" nary because too poor to for the'mercenaries Medicinesall i eyfiirnCand style vtBnffingtoa |t Cbx,"ls
capital, this dissolved by mutual consent. ;The bueiness .
: .: day L. -,
to protect him.fromJiis' betrayed'ypebple, ;
It.tAIve'mfli '
Diplntatic wilK.cbhtinue; to fci ebnductedoy SAM : .
: -
Rezatns :with C iuA -
< WashISletterintheNew his puppets,neverthless,:play their pranksin : diatane .
: '
of which wm sold-aprices: lowerrtnan- :,who is loneautharize4

York Courier says'': 'Rome, by grace FVenchtroopa,Aostrians wboser oonttinuancein have hitherto been offered to the community A to collect Vdebtsjo.f. the late; firm, and;>hbwi Tainpa. 'AbOLt one ial(WcIeare and baa .
EteVnal City the; are Icn1tvst1on .
ISeKresidentwm probably sendmessageiJ and it would ? He irouldalso; state that jit'-is bis especial' 11 also attend to'the eettlerneat of tbcir joint W two yearkTlie..soirfi ':

v041* tOHnorrow, recommending that becoming alarmingly the"jealous. Pontiff\ intenUon'to keep on hand/sit all times a full outstanding acco nta.k.' '" /' r- warm, lig t and cfood depth ; ujIjwe1t

e diplomatic agency at China be raised to seem not unlikely that Inayprtve supply of PROVISIONS of the first quality, _. t: 8AMEIUYYINGTONJz.. kovn fox Its ]argejjed] of'The

M grade of. full mission.. The present lsry and light up a ten-years' war between rita1aO : suchas '-t "" 7"i''":" "*i "*'' 'f* .. pcox:. .. wat r Is sofl sad . ..
rinnn .
per annum is i tiona for his* dangerous :prfeunentriY! :'
.wholly inadequate to .
"---"" lei of the position, and tothe the end is,not yet, and,the-:day of just retribution Ba on, :fIIBs; F1ourPokLidButter ;:

.jne.hj. j-i necessarilyincurred will come'as fureaaNemesisyet lives.r iog. oa. a plain-of moderate '
V "v*" *
< M'fc
giL Frame* and England hare gained .. -- .? ; '* SugaC ffee& &;; ..- Saie range fa good in :tie' neTghbbring Vbodi Vaa4 . .

commercial__ advantages from the mere' ---kRoePiot4gassiz_ which he will sell at lowcstcaah pricesl Also : tI7E.S1t4L; expose for.sale 'ftt'the. CourtHouse liriariesj-vbich are quite extensrfet:"iVlltS t '' .

tim.JL C Mr vL&! znlulons. TeChnegeI.. ,In-f, *v lecture upon >.v '*; v r : -* .v v. : ,lron the jmblicilafld tlsA*? .. .
r uanresied with the"pomp and circumstance7'f the trees America,. staled a remarkable fact ; .vifli, jwt 4I nday tbe itbirteentK'day pf May 'site, for aresidence: oT.erlockinga seeaiof ,-*J ; .-

f Sculdiguirjr and it'is therefore our policy in :regard to therose, which includes amongits : JOSEFitEANi ? next, at Uie.usaalhonracfBxle; all theUndtjeloDging casing b beajrtyi tteleraswiffbe : -. )' ,

froIatjaste; tozgIve the deplomatie varieties not only,manyof the>jnoit:beautiful to the estate of James Jazaea,lata"ofDuval ppheatioB at Kq HwidcfcW'v *

Ptett4iTewhomay be sent there;the means flowers which are knownijul, alsoJ the-richettIythat 3ackinviUe.Iay4h, 1S0.; v:; at coun decesiedir-or m much ofaawmbe *- < V y.. :./ JAwT ABt y -

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kr1g bUui.sp L**J1- V -TA r r5 i w* *' %"' fDfttiU'UMfttn.. % fCaiTi./ .- -.,* ,-vi,< .
suthU be peach > <
fruIt ftpple
U 'ithout idfsttrperUnghimsacrifices. ear4 *;ii: H' v L -.'. > M >'
lsge We ought to adopt .> & oteaidA.'. "" -. **'
spohc7ertoabol1a .the mission'. cb bs of.Unorderhave, eterbe BROUGHT Ne .cer Vt < K -
entirely. lplanU ;
; f-f & x* t* wA Ao w. JttAUsaxcAOBrr r Vs tt' weebneddft -- W <
tsrcoyr ia opened ior mo&jow iate sta, n discovered by geologists. vThis he re.jardsas :. ouaty, East FJoridX and ;coiomitted 1n lM Ara JAMS : : shall i f5'1.

Comluerce. Irthey ire ,orth the caicg for Conclusive) eridence, that the introduction.of : to the.Jail" iu t Alligatoron. s *tboSSlh*. J ill* .Ani4TiXtl *lR'5ILFrJri'2ir :( :. -

sI, they shnj &rtInly .appreriated by. this family of plants upon ihe'.e&rth Wascoetal .i-dsyof April, 1850, a Negro man, whoeays ten t 'i '--j2 >

me atndArdcr ttlaation on the with, or.subsequent to, the"cr *1I oo of insn,to. his name i 'DUBLTN, .UxatlJbe belongsTf o .-; Notice ofdmIuIjatq 1.1. o '
ofihe governet. Mr. paTisthe present whose comfort and happiness they-iseemlespe- I > )' ..' fl kk1 .. I
tndertd hltrW&XD f re gS torn.. *: dally designated byxwiseProvidence': to. about 25 or 3D years of 'l ejftTrtnit'S feet iugh" 1OTf6i L 4-- TNac.P ,&KZZLi.i1fef6r' .; .. .- -... .

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tywJColar nuiis1trat.
: '
our ebvl's dragging in the inu I)' &, Tobaise pUnt ioKentockjjt- ; ; ; |ONTtP' :: -J : :

'c.AlligstrjMay4,1S5O. .. .. ,
bizssy said to x.frosL 3 flARCIS RIdll4D; tefIspI.ai.: -. .#

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: 3'.ai -T.; .ow b 1ri intervening vaca-, si <- : -" '' '>;..' O..".<. ': teThoe.wbo have useditthemselyesor. .-effects f.sons 1
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( .r .r d G Q Coa" r '=, .tions.;.The'dayvill have two'sessions:.th first, : '..,\.."..-
;, : .. 4.b. a : s-I)i a'':' a'tN ..'a\- from 9'to ,12 ?I. and>he"a nd,1rom3 to'5'.P. .'MESSRS; Bi JR;:;REro.t&,.C0.havrng attached Icas" -ferthercyldenceofl ;greatvaln":Thof !_b&th at once become' robust tnd full ofVi ..

o.Q' c.t'Q ', cs..-.. M'" Q'C'Sw..Q. 0 =- : M. Wednesday'ntorningsirill b&appointed.to( 4..Ltd thy and the buildings! ;. .. thdusands.*nas been: perfectly:.wstored:.by: :its J influence. It, immediately' c .
I ." a S -'' *e 4 -'...., exercises in English:inp sitionand declama now-prepared in c6rin'cetidh.frith/ this Jnedicine, irheri.. all; ojthe,;remedies hAve. ervelessness: of the .female
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s'!. :r I .'' ,,' tion.. .. *V>'A DR Y. .&OOh.GROCERY.H4RPWAkANDMISCELL4NEO; : '; : .:Itslojperation:}..noVsimply to suspend :great.ea se of bAmnnecs. ',..-i-j'tJt.
.. the first be received-' 'ESTJl.BLI8H the aisease fora: tme'but' tot.pnr1fytbe sjsteni ..1t "not.,:be' .
a A A:. k' r : After termnQ pvipil.will : expected u ,;In dtd.
14 2 .< ,< except at or near the beginning of the".session-' .MENT"to'doa.. lf L: M1. Io.ABUSINESS. : ;:and restore itt sound.an4:perfect heal tli. ,delicate c n'notti.a,to hibit cert,< eatQ itressed

: u- 72 86. t53 41. 478 I8Sa1.t15 and no:pupil. for lessthMioneterm.. \,. >,;. ..;" A.," 1'.1: -: '. .r.; 'f ; :A small, 'Treatisfaij: ; the:."cans, tratkint perfonicd,but ''tie.CBu 88SU1'8 thti1l. chi

.;17 88. 1.56 .. 42 185: '1'893J4,: Tnltioa.. . 'Their. charges ire established'by_ the SayanJ. and cure of fever and ague and otter diseases of budredsofc .seihi've'leen rec4

';. 16 84 90 162 41 1..89. 192 3ii Reading Writing- .and'Arithmetio, .-: $6,00( nah "rates: -F" H *;.r.; ; "" ,.I,r.w.V- r-'S': bilious climates' ," iit1 be' hadjratis'bf the un'dersign'ed 'Di.'TowNzr D: 1 IsJy :.uft" emg Ir!it..,'

17 86 91 16: 44 I 90 1'94, 3.61' Higher English) studies; -. .. -r- 8,00 They are 'th- "Aeflt8OfbeiS..Ma11.Steatheis : : V"Alsoj ./' / *. by weakness-and. generalZiZimtl

:. 18 .89 g2. l69 45 1..91 t .96. 373 Philosophical Classical studies, --.1 ,09. atl: this place, and aref the: sufi'ering.contmually;,ty jainanditi-i.; .

19 90 941 31 46 192 19S.. 2.69 One.half the price Of,tuition];;according the to ffer'e f.cry facility;t&.the."Merchant'; Planter highest respectability testifying' to the- great: difficulties, and having knownicaxesuWi!
s -
20 91 95 1 77 47 1 03 1 99 401 'studies -pursuedYwill':bevexpected.Jnridvancej, ,.an'd'the Public ge erally.* -. -; efiBca'cy. _of.this.medTcine; ran'bVseen on application medicine. s ,ecteret' eures? tM,'
21 02 91 182 48 1-93 202 417' .and the balance at The end of each term;? : .: :Goods"consigned ttheircue.will be r ceiv-. tcr' -! '- ";r: *- -v hearing it recommended such QUI ill!

22 94 99 18S'" 49 1'95 204 2'49' Board'will i be'provided in Town:'atreasona( .. ed'and'forwarded%itlildespatch.f -- -' ; -l*."'O.- QLSC; ; :' described, obtained a bottle'of jcurlof

23 '97 103 193 5 .106 .2'09'. 46 ..ble nites per month, 'for Pupils.from .the_country .TheirSt6re.'Office,and fW.aehous J are f sittia. Agents- 'for.'Zackibtivi7te'nd .,yitl! .:' SarsajMmll l -and followedthe 9 f U9.
24. 9\ i 07 .1 93 51 1 01 2"20 4'75 'and Parents and Guardians m'ay.de- tedc nven1entdtbeWh1Uf.,, >f -* -. *Jacksonville Feb.;24 ?1849 ** ,6mr gavelne. In a $b9rt'perioditrev4Jj
; who .
12 522'02. 237 490 ; Palatka St.John's RiverjE.'Fr January 13., _f"** t- t\- -rJ- _" and *
25 100 J \ sire to avail,themselves of;the..fl\Clbtu. 8.of this '. pkints restored her':to health 41o
26' 107 11.7211 33. 210 2.59 524 1849. c'Y. DR. TOWNSEND'S.. COMPOUND EXTRACT gratefnirfor benefits .mehk
\ Institution for:the:education Jofutheir,.children L > .-> ,:she :,
27 1 12 123 217 5-1 1 18 289 .549 .,' exertion :. SAKSAPARILLA..' pleasure thus.acknowledging it
and :'Others, may be assuredihat no ,aida
i. 28. I 120 128 2'24 55 '232' 356'321 578 will be.spared to,ensure the health,comfort and 1f.L l\iIE', 1 &. y.,"(..JO: .This Extract- :.put.>up in quart lolths-itisz ..mending it to the public. -. .,ii

29 128 1'35 23t 56 2.47 605. progress, in knowledge of all .who'may"be. jESSRS..HOtMES..& .GO; .i have remoyed times.cheaper,pleasanter';and warranted superior M.D.MOOREcorof:.. Grand.& LydhaMJ.
f 30 131' 136 236 .57'.270 420 627 entrusted to the care"of the Principal Jy.L their,stock.of,Merchandize:to.the" large to'any sold/ It'cures "diseases: without, AlbanyAug: 1844. '>'';

31 132 f4l 243' 59 314 431 650 RUFUS K. SEWALLi Principal l. 1 building formerly o cupiedby the United.States, .vomiting,purging,sic&emng or debilitating the patient .. To' MOTHRS AND1t4JIzJEDQj

32 t 33 146 2'51 2 5Q 59. 367.: 463 675 N.:B. .Pupils' in' Town, 'will be expected to known';as the .Government. .ui 1 ng.: .T ey..- and is particularly adapted-for a. .... "This Extract of Sarsaparilla'bzibeen'i;:"

II:3 13' 14'3 60 435 491 700 provide seats,and.desks.. Chairs are recommen have a4.4to their stock, by.the late. arrivals: .IALLAND.. WINTER MEDICINE: ly prepared in reference to fmale'CCJ1t"

,, : 34 135 150 .264 'tH 4'11 453 508 725 ded. [Republican. {copy.] .from Hew yprk a full assortment. of Dry Good sj. The- grear'beauty and superiority c of this'Sar No female who:has reason to ti,
35 J36 153 275 62 529 755 suppose i ia"
-. 36 139 .157'281 63 490 550 785' _May_.:_.,'19._, 1949. tfJACKSONVILLE I Groceries, 'Hardware' Provisions sell,at&c reducedpricesu. ; &cl saparilla,- _(tiver all 'other. remedies is'it, "eradicates proac1iigtbatcritialpejed! 4ltbe turn oifi
31 143 '163 '.290 64 509 571 8n5 t1Ui&aL." which they are .prepared to diseas,:l1. IUvIgora'es the should neglect to take it. as it is a certaij"

39 148.170 305 65 534 599 855 T SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease ':body,.consumptioii cured,: ventive'for any of the numerous 'sod icr
39. 151 176 311. 66 559 621 tS95 of'the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. They are now prepared .to purchase Cottons, cleanse'and'strengthen,, diseases to which_ females ilre'subject:fl

40.16!. .1 S3 .320 61 590 662 945 WOOD.'respectfully' solicit; a 'continuation of Hides, and other produce of the. < ntry advance at the consumption be cured, ,_ time i of life.
.the extended patronage which has hitherto highest Market rates, and make cash .bronochitis, consumption, liver! complaint, several years by using this" medicine.,'; cf
j From the Mobile Daily Adcertiser, March 1747 been bestowed upon this" well. known estab consignments their friends in Savannah'and colds,.coughs, catarrh, asthma/spit- less valuable for those nho axe" lrFi'''

LIFE INSURANCE. practical illustration\ lishment. Ini.order.thci, .better to merit.it, they Charleston, or New York. >. tirig ofblood,:soreness in the chest; woman eod2. as it-ig i calculated to aisist .
f f of the benefits ofLiri '!usumDce has recently have enlarged and thoroughly' repaired the Theyhaea.new .article of Wrought Iron .. hectic flush, night sweats difficult by.quickening the btocd-and in"iimt i!

1 been furnished in ihis city. in the case of 1 building,.and adopted niany improvements to. Plough*-to which they.would respectfully call .. or'profuse expectoration .. system. Indeed,this medicine is invatuttall

oar lamented fellow-citizen; the Lite Edward I promote the health and comfort of their guests. the attention of Planters. and pam the,diseaBes to which women are.subject'

F.Test. "While in good health, some time last The old friends of the house. will certainly Jacksonville. NOT 6, 184G tf tieside&c., It braces the whole''system, renews peril.

year he effected an insurance on his life of deem it an advantage that the table will be under '.have_ and ently the cataral'energies.... by reicothij 8
$5,000, in the New York Life- Insurance Company the superintendence of an, experienced L.nnd for Bale. :. can be impurities cf.the body-not so far strattl

: (formerly the Nautilus,) .of which Mr. Hostess, by'whose aid they flatter. themselves fi &. FOR SALE, oetwee.p nine and ten thou cured. I the system as produce a subsequent
1, James M. Mundon is ngeat "ia tkis city. Mr. they shall not be'rivalled, by any'Hotel in.the 'and.acr.e. Land, eituiitedin', :Nassau' Probably there never was a remedy that has tion, which is the case of cost ttediciiita

Test died! .very suddenly, and the.other day the South, being now enabled by the constant steam County, partly n .Nassau. and partly' near St. been successful in desperate 8s of consumption for female weainees and disease.a"'f"

; amount for which his life was insured, five thousand communication with Savannah and Charlestonto Mary's.Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman 'as. this; ,it cleanses and strengthens ;the. DISEASE OF THE BE ET, RU .

dollars, was promptly paid over.to his family have the advantage of the fine markets of Grant.; The above_.i is heavily timbered' pine system, and appears to heal the. ulcers on the TUBE. AKDiItbOP&Y.rwr ..",
by Mr. undone those Cities. In addition they bring to'the business land;conveniently,situated upon ter courses, lungs, and the patients gradually regain their > YoBK,J uly, 2i1S4i

This circumstance requires no continent.from I I an experience of many years,'.which will. I. with the exception of about five hundred.. acres usual health and strength. Dz. TowjiSEsi--Dear: Liv:. Ky ie

ns to give it'due force. .It speaks to very head enable .them :to judge better the me..ns'Cf attending of heavy .hammock land upon the. StMaiy'sRiver. "CURfOU8.C.AE OF C CONSUMPTION. been nffiicttd 'with disccse'cf the'I cert,"c

of a family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood to the wants ofthosewh visit the mild The whole or any portion.will be sold There is scarcely a day'passes,but there, are'a with a terrible-rupturefor over fifteen tct

and should not be'di8 bey d. The advantages climate of Florida, for'the'purpo es of'health cheap for,cash Apply to number of cases .of Consumption reported as the greater part of the time. She linh

of the system, its beneficent and happy pleasure.. WILLIAM HICKMAN.Jacksonville .. cured by the.usevof lr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The troubled with Ehoricef I oi breatJi'Ld great."
'r 3uttS, will suggest themselves to the mind THE INCREASING reputation which the.'climate March 17 1849. tf"" following was recently ceived r teringof the heart, which has been vmtressing '"

of every reader; and we trust induce him to of Florida possesses.in the estimation of DR. TOWKSEHJJ-Dear Sir :. For the last and" bfis'frcqcexitly teen )I U

"go and do likewise Certain ins that no the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand New Books New Books it three years I-have, been afflicted with general leave her bed '. Th rttptare 'yas'andsevere. 't',t1

prudentnin, who has a family dependent upon other pulmonary diseases, has induced a. TUST.Received and for sale by the snbscri-- debility, and nervous.consumption .of- the last the tried clttCBt'eVerv rlD-ta

him for support, neglect for a day the insurance vast increase of travel to this State, during the *9 :berTHE stage,and did not expect to ever gain;my healthat such'cases, with but little teneft. "Uei;

of his life. "' 7 fall and winter months of those who seek the CRATER, or. YULC N'; ,PEAK, all. =After going through a'course.of medicine had taken but three bcttlts 'of ,cur flimedicine

J. MdROBERT BAKER, Agent relief afforded,by a milder atmosphere,-and in A'Tale'of the. Pae icby J. Fennimore, Cooper.. under'the care :ofsome otthe"most'distinguished the wes entirely relieved] tie Iii
; : H. D. HOLLAND D..' view of this. fact, the subscribers have determined Price 50 cents. gula.r"ph"8icians-mei bnt of the of the'heart j and the ruptnre' tea slattta

.J Medical Examiner. that their exertions to. merit the'patronnge THE RAID OF GOMEZ.-25 cents. Board Health in New-York-and elsewhere tirely disar nrcd. V.*.

r Jacksonville, April 16, 1850. ly' I which shall be bestowed 'upon them shall be THE.FATAL. ERROR,' and speudiog the' most of.my.earnings in at, She has also had': the dropsy, and Vutfcranch

-'- without regard to toil or expense.BUFFINGTON. By the Countess of Blessio ton.-2 cents.. tempting regain my health;and after read-' swollen." 'We had to idea that fie'ec

fc'T .L. KWOOD'f ITIAGAZIN & COX.' THE,.PRAIRIE'GUIDE, ing-in some paper of.your.Sarsaparilla.I resolved be so benefited, tI8Ch bed such a ccujEciiiof '

AND THE Reviews Jacksonville, Oct. G, 1849 ,1( A -Tale of the Mexican Wcr- 25 c nt&' to try.;,it., After using six bottles J found it dis r.s's. But it ha?,cs strucge os i h nit'
British ube Charleston Mercury, and the' Savannah THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN.A relieved her
done me. great .good, and called to see you at pear of the drcr sy, 11 EDia
OWING to the late revolutions and counterrevolutions Georgian 'will please. copy the above Romance. of the Revolution in'Pent,-25 cts. your ofiic j with.your advice I kept on,'and do that ,this statement is to stretgealrcost 118 tci'J1

among the nations of Europe, which'ha until forbid. CHARLES DEWAAL. most heartily thankyou for your advice: I like fctkn.: but it !is. teei-thclcit14
per- J !
e followed each other in such qui k succession .- Notice. Jacksonville. ,-Sep.,"1849. tf- severe in taking Sarsaparilla,and have been reality. Your Safs&pnrilia Is cntAlnl1..J.

and of which"the end is not yet? the lea weeks after dateI shall apply to the abl .t'att 'tomy usual labors for the last uable medicine, and ghould be,'usedljettf

ding periodicals of Great Britain have hitherto become'. SIX lIon. Judge Probate of Hillsbprongh 'Jacksonville Female Institute four'months,audI hope by the blessings of God one that is suffering as.we naveteenVJfa. ?
unknown. "
invested with a degree county for letters of Administration on the Es- ripHE Committee of'Direction-have adopted and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- disbelieve this r.ccountthey are at I'lntj
between ,
}\ They disjointed occupy a and necessarily ground imperfect ate of George s>,"Payne, late of said county, J. the followi regolatioij.. : helped ine beyond the expectations of all that 1. all- at my bouse and have'ocular J deiYourrespcet1 .( ".. '
the hasty, and the elaborate deed. JOHN DARLING. .The'scholastic.year is to consist of four.terms knew my case. .CHARLES QU1MBY. 1ly, \'
records of the
newspapers treatises be furnished Tampa, Fla., marJ650.Notice.. of. eleven weeks each. Orange 'Essex Co. ;J..Aug. 2,4847. WILLIAM TOWSEBjlJameHt--1
and ponderous Whoever, Orthography, reading,writing and arithmetic State o/N w Jersey, Essex Comity, 51.-Chas. .
# historian at a future day. '
by the i per term, 4O0., The above with:,English Q tnby. being duly 'sworn according to law,on DYSPEP8Y. .J{
obtains correct and .
these ,
reads periodicals Baith that the N. B. Purchase butsn
grammar and Geography/ r term$5,00. The. his oath foregoing'statement! 13triieaccordingtothe none hasJJanY
ef all the politicalovcnts Marok-Uth .
connected aecoaat important ; 1850. J ers that hide the bottle
his wl
above with the higher i branches of an Englisheducationembracing"AlgebraGeometryHistory ; bestpf knowledge and rolIl Jftel''J241:
of fie old world, as they occur, and I SIX :weeks after date the undersigned"will belief.' CHAV QUlMBY the. written signature oi 8.P. IQ'VUSIM f

learn the VI1riOU.S'conclusions drawn. from tbem'by : make* application to .the. Hon.-'Judge of _natural, mental and moral Philosphy,: Botany, .Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Principal Office. 126 Fultcn-st.bun idIdiIt
The American
the leading spirits of the age. I Probate for letters administration' the Estate Chemistry,Geology,'Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic the'2d. August.1847.. CYRUS'BALDWIN, N. Y.'Rcdding'&co. 8 tate-t. Boston; Ij*
deem to call
Publishers the works they proper of Fi.sber.GaskiQB. late s.iid County,de d. and Evidences: Christianity, per term' $6,00 1 Justice_ of the Peace 'r& SOLS, I32vorth Second-fit.. It ikdefti] -;f

renewed attention republishand HEZEKIAHOSTEENMarch Each quarter be paid to,the Treasurer In'ad-' 8. Hance, druggist,.,Baltimore;. Lvrol I t..CI
which of.
the tens low prices The at they'are is their 1650. ., ._ vance.. V 'TWO CHILDREN SAVED.Very'few Richmond, P. JJ.. ,Cchen, Cinrlcstcn; lrfl
fered subscribers.- following' .. Law Notice .' .The scholars will lie tinder the careful instruction families indeed.-.in .fact we have : &-.!: '1 hartreMt.Kew Orleans: lOrLi

lilt viz: REV1E\V I ..JACKSMVILLE August 1'849. oran experienced fem.ile teacb r:, -. not, heard of one--that used Towbsend's Pearl-eti Albany;' R..Van Jiu k fk.29* ;*n4
THE LONDOJJ QUARTERLY ade'-. time-lost 'Market and 'Broad-sis.JCevark \.J.tr3k
!left-the State for 'California, I Provision has:.b en."n for instruction in Sarsaparilla ini any childreathe;past ,
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, HAVING transferred business ta, Col. .La in. Fren, h,Painting and Drawing; and Mu- summer, whileth e;that did not sickened and. principal Druggists: and Merchants geitr$
my ; .
TilE NORTH BRITISH REVIE\Y, Samuel Spencer, if ho>" will,in conjunction with P .for which additional charges will be made:: died !The certificateepublish below is conclusive ,_throughout the United States,West Jules JIt!

THE WESTMINSTER. REVIEW, Mr:Baker,'prosecute' all unfinished_business to The first term"commences on the. 8th. -'ofOcto-. 'evidence,of' its value; and is'only anoth. the Canadas. A.. M BEED, Ageirt .j
next. instance of iavi jtheIi'es of Jacksonville t
AND close... qer .ds children; ,
SLACKVVOOD'S EDINBURGH M GAZINE. The Militia claims' in 'my.charge will be'at. Applications for 'admission are'to be made' 'to JIRTOWNSEND-.Dear,',Sirf. I'had' two children February, 1848. ly "f!

The above Periodicals reprinted in New tended. by myself, in cdnnectionithCol.Spepeerand he Committee of Direction. :cured by youi.Sarsaparilla of the summer ,,
York, immediately on theirarri'al by the British : CoL Charles Ei'Sherman, of Washington COMMITTCE. DIRECTION... complaint and: dysentery ; one was",only 15', 3 .3P. Ji' antfttspirliATTOBNEY '

steamers, in a beautiful clear type on fine ,and every'effort. made ,by jointly to .. ". .J.M.DANIEL., .months old and tbe-other'3.y .- TbiyW'er'v -] i
white paper,and are faithful copies of the origi prosecute them to a ceistulresu1i.. I have Dr. H,D.D.HOLLAND, 'much reducedand! we expected they uld AND COCl\EELl.R'ATiJI

'U:11, Blackwwd's Magazine'being an exact. facsimile authority to collect the.i l on: y'4ue on these: .. ,. .. A.-M'. ;REED. ,' die; they.were' giveup' by.two'respectable removed his office frcni Coli
of the Edinburgh edition. ct ims, as I have always preferred to have'whatever TKE sinna. physicians.! ; When the.do to informed us that :: to Jacksonville;:'Bnval (':u.

In these periodicals are contained the. views, money may be'appropriated.placed.in the' Rev,, SWART. we .must los-theme resolved to try your .respectfully informs his friends that nefctt*

TOolcnvlely, though clearly and firmly expressed hands of a local paymaster, such as the parties' Jacksonville. ,.Jnlyy7, ?49 .. .- ,Sarsaparilla we'h d heart' so much of, but had pocinted with hint 'in the practice of Lat/;
of the three'.plrtied in England-Tory int rested"may select after the :act' of their. little confidence'ther 'bein, so 1nth1 Rtnfl"g i- "" r -
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'London Quarterly arerTory.; the "Edinburgh 'August. 281849. tf ;:. HE' BOOK'a.ofsub8CripUon,to'the4\capital thankful, tbatWe. did, for.it undoubtedly saved every term of the Circuit Court, in the. f
Beview" Whig; and the "\V, tmin8ter, Review" i School, Booiis.. 1 ;stook of.th 'Atlantlcand Gulf Rail RoadConipa the lives both.. ,I write this .that others'may ,Counties otthe Eastern JDdieia "Circ i ..'-- M'
LiberaL The.bNorth.British Review owes its. '" ,;wiU be 'opened'in the City'ot St. Au-. be induced to use it. *. Yonrsspectfu1y-; ; County.Hamilton; ;Jn the'Middle CUcs1
I dtabiishmc&t to the last*. great ecclesiastical Towns 2pe1UnBook,' 'Kirkham's rammar.Blake' gustiue,.at the'pfiice .of.Wmr A.Forward. Esq ''fff-fcrf JOHN ,WILSON,Jr." 'The' Supreme Court at

J movement in Scotland,'and is not ultra' in its Rhetoric.Abercrombie's 'I'Clark's,Grammar,, .at nine o'clock/:M ,on Tuesday,th 5t'h'dayot : Myrtl. Tej1 e, Brooklyn; Sept., ;15j.1847. u. &('oortat St Al1gU8 TaUnbaaet-uilT. ,.

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". knowledge;It was originally edited byOr Scholars Conapaniop," i" ',do Chemistry, the whole stock. !ls taken, ; '/' :>' James. .J -Cthng'Zsqon Ji. f' of. .receive prompt atten ori. "" "-
and since his death. is-'coa- .Davies's First.LeMon..f' '.'Jo; Zoology: lIbeba.lof ; the Assistants. 1'
now the Commissioners sClv
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