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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: June 29, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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dollus will be chirjed I- .'Ad-raWJi their condition i been thecaseiimder-lhft ol .//IrTFiye ofhce.ne PthwVthzr:4in k. in Congress The time:waarw-hen year. J ii Of.EWIn:it" -0PteTW 1der.&h-' cf,the term jjbuta**: ciUieni of tho gut 'or. .-' -i- '
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will be inserted grata- StoftheVnIcn{ on the subject of thiDstitution'otslaYe JCaliforaiamto State and.excluding.slavery, '
I All religious notice opprobrious epithets accouatf:<(. e izstitu.tion 'OftheIrcondItion dObt5Ooupl them' :
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'ITAlf adaaiuab!e commujiic, p* WQ.ecbarpJ" :In order that:your.nditkin may be .understood .r"'cnt. 6U&.W'I.r "tt :ftt....UfJce-" P-iirfd. .!;,th. ..I' ;.Ih .. of..1 ther1wttgresasnd b1 II O.oth.;authority:: -wi: .
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.dYenit lDel1tl. ,and the conclusions At which we have arrived bate, and Congress haeeseDaiagrandns tree ftft'fUUmeu- 'ar e..;lutt.-1'U1e ot. the the act f t '
rj uI All bills for Job Printing mart be paid on the be justly appreciated is necessary briefly : u nt Un theJKandsof abolitionists' 5oriy-l aT'nobazrieitote ..ma.the'I ofCocgrestfj: and Uio Wihcct Proviso it: o'S'.-"- I
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,J rToithe wort. "I Th j q to refer to a few past transactions.It to degradeandrnin'the South. >Instead of peace: iffahif eUnraI: Gotewiment.,nd'Jeads:!' tains the the Wilmot Proviso,passed. and_r f -. U
is now sixteen since the institution and and insult the by. Jej slatjoa of.iCongress. Here-thia,jg :
N MCINTOSH, years protection aggression *on ;them WlU tol falseorrealrfires I tbtucl -'J .
JITEE zr.'lt.JgJODJ OA from this territory: the act sf. "
C slavery in the South began'to be agitated in South characteriieita proceedings and cou'ncils.. their --

ATTORNEY AT LAW,. Congress and assailed by our sister States' Up And. a is71our condition irithl respect'46' .at1tuioht. many'e1 of:fts.professors:'oar believe 5n- I the Congress Union,,which has declared almost,every Southern Stateia. '' '
to that time the people of the Northern States sister States Where is that respect nd.comit1 to be'inconsistent with ebe.would &, submit t-
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rTTlLL attend the Circuit Courts in the ?" itsprinciplwand precept. to,plainly and 'pr: Jli;,-: N by.this-' '
Circuit the United'Sta.tes seemed to h respected the rights reserved to 'which (due from''all nations 'towards :T0ixP4fOrbtrance from such a peopleti deisnchcircu3stance31 bilk, ''A : '
IY Eastern ; freepeop1ecsnnutbosa&ised with the .j
the Southern States by the Constitution, and to each other/is; more'especially due from'States towards the :
tenet Court at SL Augustine and the Claims Supreme for have acted under the.COuYiction that the subject bound t.together a confederacy, and which was I:slaTery is manifestly'yaln*
F1t at Tallahassee of; Florida prosecute against the GOTrtment -, ; of slavery being beyond the legislation of once displayed in all'their i intercourse ;instead false to the'-.compart made with1:us in,the Con- what manner she ikjstripped of'her' < t
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any all agitation with the respect and sympathy -denunciation'and bosbitality :; ;
Congress respect to.it on -. :::8titut D1i idh 4t allowed passion' and .
at Washington, either before Congress preju and degraded from an equality! vith her sister l'
part of Congress, was equally forbidden by the on.aceount.ofjyourinstitution of slavery ". dice to'ma8tcrrei-they haVe only. ,. empli'fiecFtut'lrnilt .States iltis cnough'that the is done .
Er:at the Departments.: Constitution. But at this time, aportion of the have forbears:;past characterized-the; communications )',and (faHbUity 'our' nature The mode is of little, outrage There: ia : -

Fr ADDRESS, Jacksonville,East Floriia.. people of the North began to assail, in Congress, addressed to you by the Northern' ;whichj has produced Ihe necessity of}all gorenimenta therefore,in thejtnbde
111111, 1650, tfIcBtfttiS the institution of slavery, an.d to accomplishtheir States. Andiphat is your..condition the"U- :and which, itnnche.k4. ever produces; Proviso orer'the. Territory,.of CalifornUj: : .
object of dragging it into the Vortex of nion The, nonslaveholdingStajesetandeo'rn'blued wrong? The? institutionlof elaTery.haTujg secfed the pre .
by biHnothing to mitigate .
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it i' 11 K congressional agitation, they claimed the right not'only 4o wrest from you roc < entered the popular mindibf; the nbn4lat ehold*: nation x f the&9Ujh. rn; utesbr.to b theindig.eIitIZ&; .- .

I Jnckionrill E P., of petitioning Congress upon all subjects what property, but to place upon your'front, the Ing States-foraction arid #'.cont s(the xeit is I II determination tbj4r a.'t e wrong,,if inflict L '

I OL"IUSSI0\ER OF DEEDS for Alabama, so ver. As a petition is only the first step in brand of inferiority. You are not to tend' / I inevitable 3f. nrcstrained :buzsjtltiy'tijjI .They.ariezclnd .ihe-whole ,Territory, '
legislation,it was clear that a right to petition on account of your.institution\*butthjey are to' 1 go' until: African slifery'will be swept horn I California a-Tenritory extcusive to .

I 6eorgia, S.,ulh Carolina, North Carolina legislative body, must be limited by its powers increaso and. multiply, that the shame and sin .I the; broadand.. .. .'.fertile. .SouUl.1' e.nature ofj I i f our lanre'Senates.. "-' enough. contain .? -' -

I Virginia, Maine, Pennsylvania, of legislation. No one can have a right to ask. slavery} may not by their philanthropici agency j things, (therefore- independent rot experience/ ; If the .Constitution,proposed,.byt' ,.California t!
another to do th which he has moral be extinguished from, amongst'yotI'Buttb' : .
no or teaches Us that'there ,can.:be nO'Safety in sub -.contained nothizigabOut; slavery :\would: the, '
I Connecticut and Mississippi. do. Nor worst feature is.that it is '. ., .
legal right to can any-tribunal have ofyourconditiou' pro mission.. "J1 -. # .North al1j'h .to'e1t:: yiStaL w '
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I.JAil. 1 1830. ly. the power.to receive and consider.any matter gressive.. As low and humiliating'as'it now' ,\ To submit t6 evils,'however great,whilst they- .werethaariti, : .bills,j;>ropos dfoxCalifornia ; !I '
its The cla b it.is destined if not arrested ''alo.r .
therefore :
beyond uriadiction. topresent may ; ; | are'endurable, is. flwc dip'ositionof.t8'en"p at.the last Congress,but they'rejected thembecansethc8outh'wasnotszcludedfrcn '. ." '
il. D. KENDKCK, petitions to Congress on the subject of deep." .Every .effect is a cause, ; and the -i
pie-especially-of an a culturalpeople iapartand this _
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& 'ery, was considered, by the Southern Representatives spirit of fanaticism brooks delay in thepro- '
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I ATTORNEY haying'no association in their pur. territory ::-expre3s"terma.: The inhahu.
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,', generally, as an attempt indirect-' gress it creates.' ;f you were...to Yleld'eYery.thing suits. But.the;'responsibility:.""f-preserving' tans of this .Territory. hate been left ;without '
I AlcDI ly to susumejurisdiction over the subject itself, the North.now. reQuires -ubolish slavery. free government:Crests.;with al'J..its, :''members,. any CivilGovernment solely because-the South" -
I Ce.fliler 01 Law. mall p.lru of the Union. The' object, without in the ]District Columbiasubmit' to hO legislated :whatever1 mar be their pursuits,and not 'alone. would notconsent to-be legislated.:out of them" .
disguise, was the overthrow slavery in the pirates for conveying stoves from one Stafe '
;with those who have the power '.or .the will to with Jierinstitutionsj.and oowahat this object 'S I
,,1[THLL. practice in the several. Courts(the ., Stated; but.our.assailants framed the petitions to another.Jet trial by jury an the writ' 'of habeas :' destroy it. A minori .by submission.: mayTa/: b.accomplish by:the;;Constitution presented: .. .
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I\rt' Eastern Circuit, und iu the Counties of presented chiefly against slavery in the Districtof corpus, wrest from iotiiO'thi Northern. mush betraythe.. Constitution,'as.a majority by.California, ,these Conssrvatives t.04j. ..' ".
lillsborough and Benton of ithe Southern Cir Columbia and car Territories and against- States every fagitite'sLlve; give up all your aggression! "The Constitution'does.cot protect cates of law,:andorder-HSxe eager to idsaU her.:: : -
aitofFloridaVi' *1., what they call the internal.slaw trade-that is,' territories to swell Northern arrogance and predominance 'r. "
'a:majority, for they:have all the powers,of the withoutright precedent'into, the ..UnkingWe I' .
I Tampa Bay,:October 2Sth1849.-nov.17. the transmission of slaves from ,one Southern would things at p her?. These government,in", their 'hands arid. can'.protect* are aware of.the.inconveniences e.inhabitants i- ,
".. State to.another. Conscious of the fatal tendency are all means aiming at one great end -the abolitiou themselves. The limitations of a' ConstItution .of Callforitamaybave:suffered ;want_ : '- I

C11ABI.G8 P. trOOPEB, of the agitation of slavery in Congress, _. .of slavery; in the States. Surrenderingone ere designed.protect"" _the:-majority 4hosi> of a.Civil Government established by Congress;' : -
I ATTORNEY gress, to destroy the peace and stability of the of these means you will but inflame the power '-i who have it. B ncethe, great"motive and duty and therefore.are prepared.tojield tauchonaeconntpf f'
IJmou,an effort was made, supported by a large by which another will be exacted-and when '
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I self-protection peculiar.to.a,minority,independent whieittiity haT,. -
ANDV..a.ellor"l portion of the Northern Representatives, ,to all are conquered, wUlJthejivil.be; arrestedlFn -, ', -
I. ; ; of thaf faitbrto,the Constitution-which' been-placed* r/ .' / '
I air S .suppress it by a rule in the House of BepresenutiTcSjTThich fifty years twenty new ;nbn-slaveholding: they owe in commbu"withtbe majority They The next-maaur is iuperfite'.' g'wiih. _. _
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pl.o1.ded W all.petitions on theubject States may be added to the Union, whilst some : 'Itias "
ItT AvflG resumed hisprofession.wiUdeTOte must protect themselvesand protect the'consti-r ia.n' .featnre'ofJAith'e. reportn _. '" .,. .
become -- .
bo wbiavare-ajm elaveholding -
xwuier considered nonalaveholding -
feiaveryshout'd may I
tptionandif iIjnQble4 from,Text.territory sufficient,,for two 1&r :
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himself its pr&lC1i''Tfiiough.
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pri ted or'ret red. This rule was assailed bIt Jni To tttettJ"TiftllstwfiKr at least as cnljpabfeaslKaMwhom r-i .4 t_tJa.. *- -BIf-- -* r- -., _
natthe Eastern Circuit of Florida. -. e people of the Northern States, as violating need as now, openly to put aside the Constitution : : npou their.rightspverthrrw e Constitution aggressing the bill o iDs With respect.Ip layerjr.will be -" 5-
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Jaksonville 10th that cUiise ot Constitution which prohibiUCougress to reach,th object If they,will deign to of little- 'for ii ,
.- ._- : And the public opinion rth world lila. .consequence; it designed that
I B BAKBB-f from passing laws prevent the people do it, the noli-sli Yebolding States will then have. coDformicy."lt1 thes -'Ylews.- The oppressor. next-w D new Mexico thus constituted,shall -. .
from peaceably assembling and petitioning the power by two thirds in Congress,and three. is bated-butT the. ujiresistingly. oppressed follow the example California,'tad be admit, .
I &ttornr at ZLato, for redress grievances. In December 1844, fourths of the States,to amend the Constitution, despiser More respect follows the tyrant,than ted as a State jrithV*Constitution :exdudisg .

I Juck.urillr, Flo. this rule fell before the almost unanimous voice and then have its express sanction to consummate the slave who'submits to his 'er-Tlle Southern : slaTery mit.a limits;-.for;witioat saeh" 'exclusion

of the North; and thus the unlimited power of their poli i.. Yourcondisionisprogrdsive. ,States. therefore althonhamajority, are she cannot hope.tofee jidmiUed. by the non-.

11!TILL practice in the several Courts in the introducing and coosuiering the subject ofsla-t not exempt from the responsibility :or./preserving slaveholdingfitates.intotaeUnha.! : ..TheUffectVill : '

_VV Eastern Circuit of Florida; in the U.Dlstr.ct very in Congress, was asserted. Jn the Dean df froa the.Past'trnDuciion 'we have .nar ,the constitution,.and, in-preserving, be that territory, o r.which Iacrynow4 '
r. Court.. Northern District of Florida time,tLe.course of the Northern people showed. rated, :we learn our condition in the Union p themselves. ] >..*< 7J existSj tqual to'two States,will be wrested from ,

ieSupreme Court at Tallahassee; and prosecute -cleas1thatLhe, Agitation slavery in Congresswas they.teach us also.that our. past policy of non- In_what shUL they,. .the" Constitution the South,and will be given up'to the nonslaveholdingStates. -. .
claims before Congress and the Departments only oneof. tUejaaeans they relied on to.. action and submission' to'.aggression cannot and way, th'eoiselveslAs preserve. ; The pretext'.is,:.that there u. '
Government at\Washington. overthrow this institution throughout theUnion. bring us peace and safety. -When;the doors,of protect some doUbt .as to bdaniaritfs.-of Texas_. '

os.McRoBERT BAKES 8. SPENCER.: .Newspapers were set up amongst them,and lecturers Congress were thrown open'to_ agitation on the general rule, irU'1s'undoubtedly true, Texas by b Jaws when she was admitted into '

Jan.6,'49. ly were hired to.go abroad .to excite them subject(slavery, if the,Southern States bad that when in a Government like:.ours a Constitution the Union,had -hut oae boundary towards the .

-- against slavery thetionthern States. Organizations moved with energy"to avert a state off things' is Tiolatedby a:majority;whJ alonecan.violate West,and that.boundary was.tke Kib Grande-.j :@J

1 PIIILLP P R 411 E were formed to carry off slaves from unconstitutional itself; and surely :,tending to, it 'in matters of legislation, it ;cannot be Congress the,resolutions adpiittiBgJber into, -, ,; 4 ;

I A Qm.NmYA.ND the South, uad tujirotectthexu by violence from bring the slaveholding and slaveholding restored to its integritythrough the"' !ordinary the Union,recogniied this boundary, by lajirr ., > .
rccii'iure.: Although the CombUttiou requires States into collision/altbonga late, it might'not of Government;for these,:means, being>under Clown a line of.limitation between the.slavehoU \t- :

ihv. fugitive :11 sltvea'iike fugitives froi.'justice, have, been too late to stopsubseguenUncroachments -, the I,control of the majority are not' available, ding,and ;non-slaveholding''stateSin.:..'thi': 't!I't:
.tUor at Ham
Dun aUuHiii oe rendered up by the'States to which upon our rights. .But the Southern' to the minority jit is for Ibis-reason 1th;, 'frequent MissouriCompromise'linejof;; 3*"deg..30 mir,... ; '

JAcE.5031v1u.g,.fJ..4. they 3may have fled; the Legislature of almost States were'passive!; anpT their forbearance has elections of our.:rulers'takr' place in our parallel of North'latitude.) through that very; : 7ltfi

T-LL iiUeu-1 to any profes iocal boslness every Northern State, faithless to this treaty l had the effect of--nspirjogt thQrthernJeOJIe! system of.free governmentj'ia. tliatt1ie'p part Qlert territory i her right to.whidris nowquestioned. .
,t'V, entrusted to him iu the Courts of the stipulation between the States passed laws de-. with the belief either that we value a .union _e by their' direct intervention;maf change- .. :Her.boundaiy,t>f the Bio Graihda,. .i tto

sttrn Circuit, and the Supreme Courts atllAh5se. iged aud calculated entirely defeat this provision with them maT than we:'Value the institution ,the majority. Bat'f.hisresot&rCe"cannotaAituain Its source'alone gave her thb'cbuntryl'andwas '. ;:

lie has also such an ad yanta. of the Constitution, without which the of.lavery,..that'we dare not move from a conscious >he violations of the Constitution' which now; "thus recognized., and"ratified. by the resolutions ; :
;eons connection with an able Lawyer at Wushajtoa Union would have never existed and by these inability.to protect ui elves.' Yon have press land harrass: .1he 80t th' .. Bychaning'theiriepresentatives.bow ,annexation. .:To rmdicate this boundaVican :; i4i.\ ,m'

City. as will ensure a prompt and spee- laws virtually nullified the act of 1774, passed ungenerously l stood still whilst'your supportersand can theTpeople:: the. f -S ber PN n, Dit.1iaM t;

ij collection of such claims as may be.placed by Congress to aid its enforcement Not content defenders -of the Constitution in.the, South affect.the majority: inCoogs3ande.store war okpIacej and u'the'treat.ofaau.: ; I il .; ; '

A Us hands against the United.States.. with the agitation of'slavery political Northern States, in their efforts jo protect> you Constitution.!b? Their Bepresentativs'r .da1apa.Hidago,ifin. lr. ,-ybidiQi (fa cf'.. ."".'M-, .I'
ept.8th,1M9.2J. My. circles the Northern people forced it also into from the a itations-of dayery jn Congress, havebeenjxjliticully are true; and hare done all.that.nieu can do,to 'settled,',b""a'' :->treatydeaigntisg, ., .; .

tj the religious associations extending.over the; I .annihilated., 'or'have turned; preserve the Constitution;;from,the aggressions the Bio Grande as the boundary between.!, I it;. Ii .

U. 5 ..anjcnon Union, and produced a separation ofthe.MetbVodiat : your i'oes. You_have.tauiely'acquiesced.untilto ,of the majority. :Removing' them,, and"puttiiigptbexitepscntatives ico,and the United States. .Thus by the.laws cf ..

hORNET AND COUNSELLOa LAW and Baptist churches. The result of all hate and persecute the'South', has;'become'a, in" Congress,;.could. have 'rexu2 by.the Iegislati6a"efjCongres,"aid. WaeoIemaUmtyjafthe '- I; .
these various methods of assailing slavery in high passport to honor and-power: 1J .'.1, noeffect\\:in restoring the C nztitudo .::It baa : ,United JBtatesy the :B ia j :-

HAYING removed his office from Columbia Southern States, was, that it became the grand I I You. have unwisely stood still, whilstycar after I been,broken by;the representatives":,of ihe peo 'Grande is (lie western boumiary of Texas..,'Yet I". '

to Jacksonville, Dunl.CountIf topic "interest and discussion Congress and year the volume anti-slavery policy and:sympathy .: pie oftbe Nortberti'States, who'.sustain them'in thepretensioaiss4ujthstberterritorydoei' ; ,

.ectfully informs his friends that he has asr .out oC'COllgret5S and one of the most important. has swollen into unanimity,: throughout, 'iolatimis' ".of -the! Constitution.' .n'ucl not extend|b within three hundred niilesof. the*, ,. !I .. '. -
too with him. in the practice of Law, hiswwher elements jpolitjcs in the.Union._ Thus institution all the non-slaver-holUing l ; _States, an.4.t e sectionaDf ar that'the ballotboz. in the..Sootixis:powerless 'MiswuriCojapromiattline';. where,Congress,"'in. -

S.W.SAKDEKSOH.' belonging ,to the Southern States exclusively .Jthe Union now face each other in'aterh j jcollision. for its protecUon.;And the same cause which receiving;her. Into'the.Unioiy determined that: I. 2-
The firm will be represented at each and :was wrested .from ,their exclusive: .? You. have jwaited. tbe.Constitn induced theviolations of tho':ConsUtutioa by her tetotbry'fshouldlbe :divided between:'the: '

rj term of the Circuit Court, in the several control; and instead'of that protection whichis .Lion of the United States is.in danger cfbeingTirtually the Karth rn maJrityavint31t3restcrMI0n'toita1ntepity a1aieh .man i 1d st t LT .' '
ounties of the Eastern Judiaial '--The. the great object of all governments,and which 1Sh dor.ot.L becoming'what the'innority.in .' .Througbout' tbeOrtberUStatetee'has'.beenotndication asis.tha:only State In the UnTon which has the -

'OlUlty of Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Constitution of the.United States gnarah-. Cpqgress thinkproner'to,make:.it," ont .ol i g1W .otbe Government oIUi;U i-" -
.lie Supreme. Court at TaU&aDd- the tieS to all the States and.their.institutions,the Xhat.greatprinciplef.on'Which-iuf system of .change in}their.policy...-'On the.contrary,the .,ted.Btatea in'every' .pebble form to h.e>%bQun.:, "

M.a.court at St. Augustine.V Northern States and Congress under their control free government restS of so dividing the powers' majority against the; Bout Jagreater:; iin the f drcsTbtheQoveweawhjcbdpntthemn .
*All business entrusted to their'care wUlreceive ; ; combined together to'assail and.destroyslaveryJitithe *, tf Government, thattoacommbn| Government 'present Congrmiban.fcth :lasV fo o.lngthe j(- u2idethepretextthAt: they:, r

prompt attenticn.2dres ( South. The States'did nbthi gto'vindicate only those:'powers;should"be'' antd'Ihich.:: :usual course of every sucessive electidn for years -.are Tery;douWfuL pjxjses,to ,take frpm'hernearly .
J. P. & S. W.SANDERSON. I-heir rights and arrest this course of 'mustaffect'a1l'tb! people-composing J\equallyin pasC :Nor hate.we seen;;in.:the':actionof: the, cuTe. half. oThe ,territory.t* -Ifiaiyvi .Ttue _,- .

Jacksonville.DuTal'C'ty.Fla'CIIARLES 'things Jhe Mexican war' brbkeont; and in." theU"ope..tlOn.Jlhl st all powers. oYeralli StateSi witkfew exceptions,alqrljpropf; .ofareturningEeasedfJMticetouSjOrbfrcTerencefor-: :.'of rocb, pretentlons :that by-the' bill,twi.I .

stead of that piUibtic,co-operation'of,all,sections t ,local or sectional,* should be reserved. States are 1U>' be'taken ftom he Southern \ '
DxWAAL : 'of the Union, 'which would-: have .taken*. to local ot sectional Governments iain, danger the Constitution.;:'Several* of them Jest false.: 'giieu'ti the'orthern' t;:and''thUwrbn/' ,

AUCTIONEER,>, place in thebeft ida1i'of the Rep bh,to bringit of being uproote/i.fewa their.COD fitQ io .- inferences might be dra-Tni to their position, is';aggraYaearbycompeliing.iu; .'to'payVor .1E' '

JACKSONVILLE, ,E. f. to'a just and.hoDOrAble'concIQl,.in the.very Local and sejtkm'ai;inter f. sts''absorbjhe.time have take&Teare_lately toterat1Ltbe-mO3t-, through'the Treiarary of the United'St.at& 4
Q-SA.LU in any part of the County attended .first appr 'prio.UoD.bijl.to'carry it : .ItT'is&nndoubtedly proper: tbat'TuasshouT,:: 4

o tad respectnlly solicited.S Ifwh endeavored: thrust inthe. ,,subject :ot despotism;totally irresponeible to,Uie people of : :( whenagreat, Benator-,. ,be. quieted as taher boundaries;'.but sheshoul :'

Jacksonville, Mayo J 8&8 ala very. Throughout .the war, they:,kept up;' the South,'constituted'Of '.;L presentatives- ''representing one of sheth'anzioua'for the POT. be quieted Jay a Jawpf' Congrts ,plainly,acknowledgiDg"tliem. '

AGENCYojr the ftgtta&lolhusJ clearly.manifesting.theIr !inCngrsss! m thc 1 Don4iavehoiding:.States,; petuaUoa -the.Union ha'Venturedto, .advb.cateisomething .: \ttafterher bottadarjesare et.tled .

: determination that IheGenetal.GoTernment: in inorantufour, feeling condiUon audinstitu.lions ..,. ; justice to:the South-J& "'hat TtheVGeneral,- Government, ,earry.put the. ( .
S none ofits operatiioasinternal orexternal,shall; reigns at;Washijigtonv i Tbese'are the fruits been;reb ikeoVbj th ,liaItureOftbeStAt he .purposes- 6f?the.Ct>nstHnU" oin, good-:sub, ,,>. .
DR. S. S. FITCH'S. be empted fromJtheopUroduction of this dan : your- past t forbearance submissions;.j ".> 'npresents1 i virtus11y"denonncedfui.hU, 'ftilfil aH the.bUgaUcn.'the.anhexatiQ of-Texas 4uic1ii '

CELE RAT.D. :JttEBICIiYUiftf : : g rois:subject ,Ther..clsedz with ionor;: : J.we.lo Into th-, r atur* cfzthbgsnthie,. fidelity to.the Constitution-j Thisresourc < tlii 111' f uitM,1Jao 1tltWH.- "'- -. '"- .
the inks beT .' iinder.the.ordiniry Joperations of the,Constitaitionis 'thearraogflT .
and an immense territory w Added to United wmJ1O'f $0 e1t: ostnge.Thcre p .. "
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6,MM mtk dtsttagiaskca SUCKS ia the ,, States* :Their previous threats were r ;! isbqt one,concUtion f.in";.hlcJ(on,- : ofnDsvaiL.And'h0'V.'iZIt. : with the' mantia ajl uiibbjeotio IeTFBut>nyarrangeioiicendng -'
'CJl l o : 54;:and tI1. on4Iaeh "- -St&tesimmcdiatq. : pie canT be saIenndertbe miDioI of aiothcr' r ntCoupethe:: nlyl other f iourc&ofle- meat Jxer territbriea whichleaves.a'. --
o gbsJ, ConsumptTpn 'Catarrh Jy claimed the!right toexdud4hoXeOploof pebpleVand thatis when thintetieIeiI: :' idressin tbeuzuaedthinisaion'otthe: ..Constitution. -lh tdaJ1bt JciUi ,riPt':of the:people' o!
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J. tireJ identical: Thentlie dominant ': .? Forsix i*nthitha3be&inies-- theouiteateranyporUonofthe TerrioeoV26either.TexasAiiorifh- '
the Southern States from all the territory:acquired -. j cannospppressj .
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Heart ) .Dyspep I' ,and appropriate: itto themselTes*, If: th : "-"i people;.without oppressing' mo' ,'and;drIvg t 'ilQ d:'ft Is.' m'jD ,totheteroZaane1to "c. :.' -

Ia Gooorrhoea Piles,, Femal 'this pretension arose froni a mcrelustof power.it .. hOmae1vesheidefltityOfznterestbween yirf has l eneabsorbJSig: topic:discussioiiandjagitatinn. i.t' ; '. .

Complaints &c. &c. "t, would be f hard;to.btar: tie enperiority.and' them lithe*:f seciriy:.forightgovenmentButa3thisldentIty ----;* .: .iCt nothbgabeeu'dot6 10 GeneJ GovernmentiaTe,anjrightto mikaw; :
.: mastery it implies., It would di rade the SouthrnStates canweenytOp1ebIStPr3'scarcely teter"xist: > -. heal thc tin m C-Boj l7l ifltSoiiIiortoicztOre& The"terms of anaexatkn'coGBtitu theeompaccT ; r -
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:JltSO; .4 "; ( bears bIeedi1Co: tItiti0AUe flJlU htWe'ezaa. adtaeAtherSt ieVcr
:from being the equals of the Northern butane te* .
Dr. 8. S. F.itcP Supporters'Shoulder..and '-"-* bio'eoeII bi b u'1tt iOeI.tI the CoflMernC14&tbI "-pi & .; ? ,1.._ '
But esi to ft. poiiiioa:of colonlil I inferiority.;,: timoi Astothef&teof anect>people> Q' "" '' seciireaipri .
Br4UI.lt& ,2'.buj> ,Lec... Bat*ien>!".* lasioa'i T86f rbm a mere. bavleyabee cOpCe4ninhst rtO'.th.' i. ro. :r'iD: Ouil *of:' gyta.;ths"peopIdOf''" '.,lha';:sUTeloiaHsg '. ':, .. .', .

tort on. Consumption aad.he' lurt fcfpow.batUojxIyt: a farther step;ifl the. .n wmi>iritT-nl.iiWwindiiement Of thirinIetersIttht : mJ f thN SWeJi..n ,a rjth-theirprbp rUUM. ..' t'I ; .
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ot;4b9mP&bti0flOfslavery has alwajg.been the caao' under:th .Or- ,. : 'G' '
'crt cfprsjiivLfcJ aid f. rogre r : : ,- flui'bearnad'1'the .tevO" 'i. I".north""d6..l"' list "
,. in the States, yihe ezteza1s4ul1t1oaofnon.1Jeholdthg "u1. dindffe c gfintiti;d'fealIhith .. ... '- '" -* IIHI *VJ"TM* gocfcaB her -.
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; tet1Ji thtzs' U- exist!bet".SW-.fb.OU:rla1nJ',.. keD $ tory, .IjingBOrtiof.thatliaeUwyArae_ .
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an benpmtaLAgenLfort sate of jts inulga3 f t L&Mesb u. tweea the people etc the:Northern and rSouthern ., aviag OJi TthIZkOItheCOpatb4. ,' '
t\ f-&ai Uf'i"iO'1bC0rOL : ,
'SLitesjlereis adif of dimale andproductions b .l4syInjIoizbttb&rfgbt.ftht8eutheru pee ,.
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t festering itrill be contentkmvfeam8nieat! \ 1 t't. Compromise'to extend;;to the Pacifio'Ocean, r .' 9' '.: .t.t "' crj j t. -.rfW

tf' 1 !I Jitiltt'tiOh1.0.- : 1 the l South--cannot.reject it;prorided!A'.{Distinct :, 'i f. :."'l;"l.. .. i O".:. t b a .I..fl."e L # .stJ., 3-,iW' J ..of.tl>e.24tharngraph ratj,1-(
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Ucn fh4wporteeitbe .territorjrUkeo i south'of 38 deg.:30.; min: north"latitude. is expressedin .- '':; :,( % .
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1 4 ''.eWlStr ." 1f'OQ.n..took-at.tl1l'malf f !this l line asit partition line between the twosectipns'of : .' {iNO., .' ,par1ittht,'. ; n!." : ; t:at*jpossible Euj-. ,

the United States,??*;*!!!.perceivethat the j the.'Union; land besides; hls,.nothing 4 9 _. P'NB-___- .,. .r8et1. -t..o.U. 8t.G. eat:Ur taio. .,-
territory proposed to be surrendered tyTexts 1 1I h what the CoDitit tiOflbestow&41thigbt ( oftoda.'c I ; ,it be. doubted '

j i less 'throughout its,-whole v extentlong'; :the' j lb NOiUieTi States would acquire bythWcom r""'fR.' -nr U''s i'l fi'e'_...1..;11.t i'... ,-QjJ1itI" _.. .,_....,, .ti bii, t Je; is preparHdia:that' ,,:" ,
Western This of' ;, : : : 't"t: ;' ( ..0
I I fronticr-of the Iodiaoterntory: 1 1i promise three-fourths our>vacant'territory .,.t.
; i t is .now a-slaveboldingcoootry 5 beconsUIered 1 they will have renounced'the;.:insufferalile pretension #.'' 1:0:11:' N. ,'BEAI11. ... _,. 'i l'.' and tliffideBi:pf:my:: :: .e.tlOlct. a' tc'-' -.

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; i whole western boundary two non-slateholJing j of the whilstlheyfitould. ; extend in-. :'. JT .. .*OPLEONV, o. {. :". that aliendcny;. ,.. ...
: States, and bow long will the Indians be able to: ,6"lt'11'. .','-,'. ."'_ -'. ''Y. :< :,-_' _I:"--{ --.".". ;'., laiiiiI.i '-. the:note of.the ;
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' ; i. maintain the Institution of.slavery?. ''If,the ',Having thus;fellow. cititfM 'laJd'before.'you, ji.iac:'Weather. .a@d the-Crops.: .. fir
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' agency' Congress s u'not'.used'to abolish\directly j statement of y6ar.conditionryMir"righta- <- *>'**l* -I---: *>'k] >-" >:. ..
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\ slavery the Indian Territory. thia end j and the remedy. which t'under Vfresent" ctreum-f .. i Within:iW>;ksttwp:; ;w 1is>&e j>1an>? ss of the Democratic I : : rsbing' tha the ,i .

t a ,I i can be easily accomplished by the 'very means "stances, yon should: Idvpt,.>we 'leaveyoa'fdra rj Ihe:1Iordsern 'orijofthetPen. forlhtpermanence :would I prevail!I'fel l. ,
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t t now operation'agaInst81aeiy"Jn the Southern I II brief space of. time. *: .: C: ::'" -r-. .teN. '-. .' : ''" .,' }is:.based;;upon :ibt : ; ; ; effect iiredacej"- <
i Stales, which the Indians will have.but ,It.is 'pprto.stAtto;; (-iroa,'.'that Awhile .i insuJa. haveibeen:'regaled:with"copiousahoVcrs those : f1 waf ,
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t I little power to!elJist. The effect will be, that ;we are unanimous approving the resolutions ; / 7 life id : *it e'
r ; ; the Indian terrftoryIargo enough for two more 'which-. accompany thh,Address;the'delegates "Ir"7;that ;have 7fiien' new V": *- ->s Jeflerson made the : it cannot. .tIto' be, .

( '. (States, will be controlled by the' non-slavehol- ,to'this Cveuisnareiot( entirely _l1IGbll us, .'-their iV Aparcbed fields.We, ; :know!-not t I .party, and.which were. : : : it was l in ..Pan.r'f
f t ding States. Thus by.these two points iu thereport in approving all the argumentsUontaineld. .in it, >-- arSouthtbibeneflt; : *' *"has" 'extbnIe* !,'.;- .l lamented.Calhoun. k, i {. the', indications
tho Sooth will lose four .States in sneh u''n1ates .h wJ ,, _I .
large ; jtothetcoapromUebill *
r 5'f 1 particularly *\t\: ?* -*** r -- T i .} ..
i iept.Zjentlewen. : ,.P
: t California-two in Texas and two in the"Indian pending in-the_ >TJnited"States Senatethpugh tbutihd, 1d 'it prove be'general, tc 1 ? r l.i'fo..o/! '
1 t :' Territory. Nor lathis all. The nonslavehOldingStates none are in faverof ihat,"unless.I it be amended -' X- '" V-'V' -'tj.X-- .j' :assuwnce-of.my lIo : Maples and..Tfl";
; ; ffreallyilwas r it needed, tfeti we t iin'Sa1e1SaitwiII : -: : -/ '._
t. J will be brought to the Western boundary in.nforiitith6irreso'lutions: or in VsuehmannerwshalVsdbjtanlkllygecuretothe.Soulh v---- 'i.v-' ; ; S2vYf" -' '1--1- .. : ; I power* tla"rptITCI' ,
;
of Missouri and 'Arkansas, along their i TelheiVa1U&l rri bBej4: 1 I 'i*',:_ *
: r: I ., ., hn -iUrMi"1 "
1. whole extent, and will bound Texas on her.whole tbeijgbts slrtedio thfm.' .. -'> f t' A:. OrMtn and -.
b'itlf'mi1iiol' 'dofltkt o': urchitCxh:. -1'. : :RIB. ( A4 /-ei. -
Northern and Western Jrontier. Thus fUntil Congress -adjourns we cannot know. !. .;-' : -'-' --. "r >'> -,,- "w''*.. 's,. ",. : \
I '' ; j"s .morit\
t th Southern'States will be hemmed in.,by'noaftaveiholdingStates what,it,Will.do,'or. 'will.'fail to:do. We ;must ,: ..In eon tti; >ith,the'Qbove. :we.will .. ., ,. btven forsnmo .
"*
"
their whole Western bor therefore meet 'after! adjournment to f : IVjsTjj "f' .
on tigain its prepared JOyaid"<
; :: der-a policy which.they have_ declared essen"tbl consider the 'final condition in which'it will notice. i "" "' "..fthe- .. recepvo(1w, 1. .. *Jcoton.."*>1't, plants. *f.v ThaSqpieme+4 f- v gtt -(Court* -w' ,J 't.be' quarter"anJ, _hr" '
I to the crtl orabolishiog laYe17.in the Southern leave you. We 'recommend to you'and exhort from;.the-fields-Mr.. .'vV;?H. Q.St,. r.- 'motionloranew ''ii'i < the T .
< > King \ States. What compensate the South for to send del gi t from every :1Dtl'1ta >
you "
\ such enormous wrong and spoliation ? district the South ern States 'meetus.Whenwe ders of FlerningV_ t *- Island'1t, '?- ,J in-,.;this fr 'county.r' J .' Professor AVej ster,; I _. \ 'l1'4

p,. i But this is-not the end.of. your' concessions again".emble. his .:no ordinary occasion i ', .They. 'are both! .nearly>six:feet.high;'and 'murder. of'Dr.", .rkm. ] ; d.Duke of Tuscany '.'

by this reportWe must not only: yield.to the which has assembled us together. The Cpnstitution J have" :form the.boll of'Boston' !! .tbrCatened.nppiie4! f,A
; interests but to the prejudices of the Northern ,and the Uoionit'created, o.long.dear to -%. already- begun to- j> "' .: ? -- or ill.bae.iu- ; r.i.

I : people. ,Slavery existed in tbe District of Col-; your hearts are tobepxeserv4and'yonrliber.: 'This may;not,; appear,much -to;our,'fort, :their cut icis ty. .ro ( .s ppOrtnftbe northefaj.
.>ssionofthe '. though we,believe that
: umU.1.when Uongress ceptedthe.t> ;ties and oariastitutions maintained. .ri -- -- H ,
tunate. i in Marion -'but : '
of Mary planters county; ihec9ur. bribe ; has .
I 1 territoriy composing itfrorathe, States i- r *, i- a r- > c "* .. ;: since been made ta
'
laniLand Virginiv No one can suppose that: 'New Capitol of 'California..MAG : cafllthdjy.be.rivalled: any where-else. 'Council.. f : rri claims J to. arbii "'
t Maryland and Virginia slaveheldiBgStates: '" i.i .. .
r.r
'
.
'i \
I . / J. : I.of.Russia and Auwriti"
1 now,could have designed to give Congress any VALt.sJO.-: mocratae x ,
orFck orGB :IVomikatioB
t incB NT g-bc *. ;'Ex-E1ia iB ak i -
.i i ii power over the institution slavery in this Ter We' have'received from San j Jose the.report-of -" : i ...'opportunity; to. si .

I f \ ritory. Independently ofthe wrong to the District the ComtnitteeoaPublicBuildingsand Grounds, By. the proceedings of the Convention .. of the "'urii nt!' I Palmerston holde. ,
I to emancipate their slaves, it woul4 be an location'or the of British" :
: J in relation to thepermanent !. residents. IE
1 intolerable evil to have District between where Seat of Government -California She Committee ..at the Lower Mineral Springs,published office"of- 'Law'Age, *.-> e 10 be a -

: f' emancipation prevails by the authority of Congress report favorably to proposition of in our last. ,it.will .be .perceived MngneticTelegraph' i ebr the: subject. :
of the so- idb.f1t'et sadU
in the bill ,
: reported a part i Gen. Vallejo, which is as follows: -. '
; called! compromiseuow; begins the'work of emancipation Gen.Vallejo, a' native. of California, and' now :that Major JOHN BEARD, of teoncouuty -,. 'i ington< ,at tfdltffypf" : ) inJb exclusive. jurisdf
:
, t 4 j.; by declaring that if any slave is a member of the legislature,offers a.site ,lying,, &. ;was,nominated the:Dembcrntic_ "candidate -::: num.r "''It" (rumored1 D ipat"laws of those cow .
I brought into the District for sale.he shall be the Straits Carquinas and Nnpa River,. '
I "liberated ami (fee. If stave is liberated .upon where he proposes to lay out the caplto1 to"be .for.Congress,,by acc.I\ a ion.-. :fer;wiU be' made to,, l\ ) and.i in principle to. .any-;."

; because ho l& broqght into the District, tbetiext called the ureka, or such other name as the 'other-name: was.presented in' :him out,. with' \ thaI they shall :
, ; step, liberated Him because.he id in the'Distriet He opposition : to restrict the ndmTg
Legislature suggest.
proposes1st. : !
; "u-notUifficult.: The power to emancipate That said permanent: Seat of Government and not. a voice was ra'wedngainst, 'Union on another_ .''Ob ; to reside i in .their

' ; toe slaves in the 'Djstti 'Columbia is thus may be laid put in such form as five_Commission remarkable .- ". :
: t cHimed and exercise by C"tigree8. MaDy. fI era-may_direct,three,'of.whom"shall be'appointed him., Such unanimity. augurs GEN. *Tyi.tMi A : [ such -
the ablest men of tfctj Southhave: denied that! well for his There a ry measure be ct
I by the'Legislature, and two, by bimseIC success. no. President '
I. : Congress possesses any -such .power,whilst all 2d. That he proposes .to grant:to the State, 'distraction the Democra' Taylor_ yO' IIOT cah scarcely fail to prodai
I j. : agreed, until lately, that.for Congress to interfere for the following purposes free of coat: .longer any ::ed the splendid n and unpleasant c

! with this institution, whilst'slavery existed A cres.Capiwi tic council*,-no longer any prejudice -Fullertbn "25 ., and it-would.u joat11..:- .
i 1 in Maryland and Virginia, would be:a gross and.Grounits 20 Cept." .,. ,
for 5elJinterest.
clashes
breach of faith towards those States, and an outrage Governor's house and grounds '.10 Bga n.t.perloD', or ,perference OrlennijoD thw left oEnh1

$ o'A :1 upon the whole South. How long will that Offices'of Treasurer, Comptr llerSecrs.t .From the West, the .Middle,:: The recoil of a- (ureigu ::policy j

\I i! facility which yields the prejudice against the State, &0. -6, thetEast and the 'South hear,the price.$37,000. : have no,part. Suit'
'
baying and selling of slaves be able to resist the State 1 we, is.snidjto abandon his
I : Library anti Treasurers.office .. ; passed; we feel mOTe rigr ti
.
which exists against the holding of the choice
i great prejudice same unqualified Approval i
: Orphan Asylum 20 to
such
leamjhat
near dney.and c t1if Misfit
of slaves at all in the District of Calom 10 .
Male Charity.Hospital 10 ,. "'- .
of the Cori"entioniar the same sturdy antf
we fear itmustbtadilei&
i: liLT Female do' do 10 on\hfsD \! purcnasa, .
; ': For nil tins sacrifices to the interest and Asylum.for the Blind .' .4 resalution'support- to'tbe 1IIWeperceive of the Russia Alk '

J ; prejudices of the people ofthe North the South Deafand Dumb Asylum .4 l .. \ II must be oiuicipatxlet
the
is tcn..Icredtbe lust measure of the compromise. 'j by : last'Republicanthat ., .. .
: Lunatic Asylum : 20 ,1.
il.
r \.\.- t
,
1 ;1 the fizghive slave bill as they propose to amenai Pour Common Schools. '. 8 Mr. CABELL, ina letter.tt> ,a.raenv. JOTbe v ?
i \ it. fT l understand the extent of the concession .StateOJniversity 20vt Isabel.arrived. J : gin n .
:
:: the South :recelveson this':point, wcjnust look: tjiotaaivaL.aarden ...,.. .,. -* .ber .oCtho Newnansville meeting has ,s tudi T. nndjput" : accompanied wrta, .i
to. the 'ineTJonstituuon C nt'en. Stat .Penitentiaty 20 "abandoned"his determination not to be. Itlie jfiHot. 'boauGr'B. JW lid entthe art'of is

-It : The aware framcrffof that the General Constitution Government were perfectly could and-Also, your memorialist .proposes to donate & candidate1 it is iheiefofegeilk'd. whom they"were b : = Ii' not mnrttrs bf'in3ifij. ( .
to the.8tate arithin after
t over two
.i hare but little power to secure to them fugitive the pay acceptance .of his,propositions,years the following that Major I3&i'will contest with,. Ij'rpre.ent The .teami Jv S n' ,. on the:
slares in the non-slaveholding States. The sums of money, for theJaitbful payment lou o'clock on\Friday i : r a state of'isohivionni. .
We have
wholeiDternalpolico of a State must be under which Bepresentative.! every o1Cloo1on 1 the
State
to the
he.proposes & -& ample f" $at'rdarm with .inclinalioay

could the control isUvea of b'e the recaptured.State, and.The by this Cpnstiution chiefly, security:' confidence In die .success' of the. 'erhot arriving' she t".a., and the .i interests .of .'..e.
1 For State
building Capitol 5125,000
Democratic nominee. The distraction city. : : ;; .
therefore, not relying on the legislation of Congress 2 Furnishing the same 10,000 \ v ; : J '
: alone, requires that a fugitive slave ,es* 3 Building Governor's House 10,000' in the Whig 'council?,; the universal. 'By, he Isabel we, "

: : ,capingintoa non-slaveholding State,whom shall be he 4 Furnishing the same 3.000; desire of the.,people.for'a change,-the:' :lar, tiles of Havana .; -UKITT'OF TBS Rxcx-,:...
'"delivered :claim of the party" to .
p 5 State Library &s Translator's office 5.000 !from '
our.r gul of
: r able ;
article ia
f belongs. 'Fugitive slaves are put on the foot- 6 State Library. ,OO0' universal di"gtwt' ':inspired 'by the 1 mbe--. ; an '
| w but/little'of-'inl ter"t : ber'of the Prmeeton
t Jog fugitive criminal,and are to be delivered 7 For,the building of the offices of Secretary all | i jQaw
TATLOR'S Cabinet
J the State authorities. 3f those authorities cility of ( en. thepa'persr Wem : the
i ; up by of State, Comptroller, Attorney on tJnity6f .e.t! :

t lo not enforce the requirements of the General, Surveyor General combine" 'to .ensure, ,his- -success.. But."itis ''The, .Falcon l arrived the following! tart. notice
and -
*
and aid in the reovery f\ -
1 Constitution, recapture and Treasurershbuld the Commissioners > :94 "" &
not be concealed that Mr. CABELL ,Chagres-with recently '
: t' i of fugitive slaves, Congress can do but deem it to separate to expressed. by

; : ;; I .little to enforce them.. The bill providing. for, them from the StateHouse proper 200,000 enjoys'the prestige of ce.8i.. .. 'He Ohio; on the same day; Professor.i ccca
,co-operation of the fen officers of the United leans,;with 204' that there few tbI
are
; 'I 8 Building Orphan's Asylum 20,000 ha. heretofore been v.ic Qrioul., There p 1 '- ., ,
States Government in a State, is practically '
Ten
of
: 9 Buildiug-Female Charity Hospital, 20,000 LbpezV men -provoked, wo can .
I :: quite insufficient accomplish its aim. What '10 Building Male Charity Hospital, 20,000 l.i is';. therefore, the more' reason. for the pecheon ,the ,25th, .( i..n.but ourab'ehW

,. cm recover they fugitive do.in such. a-6tcte? Yet as.Pennsylvania if Congress docs,: ': 11 12 Building Building! Ay Deaf slum and for Dumb,Blind Ayslum, 20,000 20,000 i most strenuous exertion,on the part.ofDemocrats. l land,.in:a.boat...part than most of.the rwsonloji

..alUhat can do, by legislation, to eDfoi.ie.t.be.Cnstitntioo 13 Building State University' 20,000 A.8IeepycaIV48i'wil1: entail r fu ed'tp' with seen_ .upon< the .negative of a

it only concession does its duty to favor the South to the 14 For University Library ,OOO ,. certain defeat. An edict cails'on.( t.is. .notorious, that >Mdj
'Therecan be no or
; 15 Scientific Aparatus therefor 5,000 to dIiverhimself
'
ershies in
partieol
; ,
i South, in giving' her only what she has a,right 1 6. Chemical Laboratory therefor5,000 It will' be gratifying.to"the nutheroiisriendsofDeratcpmcpltheiigh. 1 :rebel.- 'pj : every
imals that
I f to'have under the Constitution; unless, indeed, 17 Mineral Cabinet therefor 3,000 ] nrnonga are Knafi
the CoustUtttion for her has no existence. The 18 Four Coiriaon School Edifices 10,000, ( ", < '.Office-holders. on t .1 1\1_ c' .from a single I :crig*

.hill! then,is, in the first place,quite.inadequate 19 Purchasing Books for same 1,000, out the',State" to learii i that Major BEARD:! ,hibi engaging.j in .In I proof of this. 'we. .hart* o*)
and the
j j .to'restore eecond place to,us'our gives the fugitive South slaves'nothing; but in what 20 21 For For building the State Penitentiary a Lnnatio Asylum. 420,000 20,000 i has ccptede nominationas appears'! other mandate employment': ditleience' i ill. (orin.sizP toW,tel'

j she is entitled to; .If'this was all, there.would i :frorntbe, comformation _and
22 For a State Botanical Collection 2,000.In below, in Ji' correspondence which..,;we ,-.
be nothing in the,bill for which wo should con. .accordance':.with 'another'.proposition of ;('disposition and habitJ
.
: 'cede:any thing to the North :But it.is not all. "nenl.Val1eJo, the Committee i!further report extra from the Fhmdian.' Hein win ;Tke,.le. : : in the case 'of the .Arsis

: ; -Ud'ier the pretext of bestowing on us.a reserved'benefit..ic in favor ofsulanilttingthia offer to" .the; acc p. i ,the'"enjoyment{of a'
; perpetrates a usurpation' the tlLnce'of.thepeople.t the next general-election.Thexejwct .' i : his journaljs ;ri all 1 of which:*
he .
which ors
: rights of the States. it. provides that a slave 4da.'E'r ; : .w.aeloctedby. 'totlttWhigs._ j
in. ai
arraign his master, by "authority, of s :with: t-.L; : L. apez Georgi be.varieties.oftbe same 8f *
I .may Your Committee cannot dwell with too much and Demociat .a good alary.! .
-laws made by Congress,before the Courts of the:: ,warmth'upon_the-magnificent proposition' contained :the,cauJ'e of the_ p' di : : *,\'. iSimilaif difleren*
1. I the 'United tat to his right Wetrust'. that 4hrsacrifice;[which 'he< : '!
I States and of try : in the memorial of Gen."Vallejo. They extracts are.from itu t"itl; almost specie*j

: to his freedom.the:master If Congress and slave can lia..a legislate.St te where aall' breathe throughout the.spirit of an enlarged' :thus f .:"mattes.lo- *ihe-, public j JT, *interest_. and. ;; At the-time:we ,i! : t l animals.-.the every'.eo ,. ,*

,;t: '' can between its power be stay d? It can abolish slavery mind deserves and a'sincere the thanks public of b4metactol''tGl"his countrymen..<.hichh ani. his'political .principles' :will be warmly. : gchce.of"its.'(the: ; !|es* it 3.becat: t. :ihe cteff,

; in the: States. Thus power is assumed in the admiration of the world." Such propositioo 'i npreciatedbyr.i lie.'partvv. : _*r 7:, : '! final, :aci ion, has'not e.is famiiiarwith th.a.cont

1 bill,which virtually! extends the jurisdiction. of looks more like the legacy of&mighty emeror -. .''i. JT" .,. %_ ..... -- -J. %*' '* '. ais. C .de tljr'a !. : ; ,.between :ihe St.:Barnri"

!t i: 0 ia ingress benefit over to sT the"very South in the.Under States.a guise And this(a |> ,toiia people than the State.free donation. ..of. a Mnj. ../,Bearias:._. ..- ; AccepjaBcc;:... 'j:,.,0"--' '.- "-'t"-< /l/ornp>omie .wiWJe: J : ,theNe'wfpnnland.J webi
i private planter .
i._ benefit,the bill ts useless as remedy';'and; There were several Agreat officers from other I .MucERAL '.SPRINGB-E.F. .' that'resolutioVsiinifa' ; d'g! and'the, Italian: grey b *

f i; f t worse than useless in its osarpatio'ns., Such but 'of, quarters ; .'t" ,tl"iiJ 'Compromise.will be f.ttg, the;( 'trie.r.let. r.;}*
measures which constitute this none equal magnitude. ,8& SoD o ,...",. IV .' .., .. _t _, ,._..( : iedah 'S th
-H t. : jil :
t f \ arc the various and Parkc\9f1'er to erect-buildings:at a cost.of uch {diversities s are, '.!3
-' JOHN 'l'
MAJOR BBARD.V j
:
i t xompromise. .. $100,000 in their little'New York of the..Pad.fie. .- : | :''{; !;,''" <: only: laU ii; i..lii : o mingerrnauint'0: : '
f ; AVe do not believe that npny of those in the .. James S. Keed, 'of nJqderec1 a plot :J" Vitllaaassu.Deaf .- "' '1 ;stand ,.without a : ; _
: :# f: fiouth who.tanye.irlydaylexpre8sedawillingjiejs 420 by 220 varas,and68 building ta.O: &: Sirtt-T;'dutjis assigne&s i \ .honor her i, ae o t:V IY eyesto. _wft
it had wjH considered 'its im.port 'I 1t i ; require that the so****
a I to support White ofleredtract 1%miles Ii"wlthin .us lo Jnfowa. :you,.that.the ,DemocraticConventiqnrnssembled ,
'
rmptaUd it without material 'ei! .Jeta''firrnd; *
or even con three miles from San.Jose.' V .. l in U.1be: nfleueaOC
,this
:
.amendment We-fouy ..appreciatefand; duly .I The cititens of Mofltercjoer. : all. the public. ; : \ :;at. 'place l ted:demand:fu r{'J its; e "ii..,the.same,'Jbone :f Orb!**
havechosen acclamation
f jbonor the motives ef.ithotQ would'reatore' buildings now erected in that,city;sufficient by-GQaBimpiw. : from,thepeople of th : r.-mnscle l 'zezQ '
.tranquility to the countrjnor!shall we I Impugn land in the.town for other buildings that : ,:wtheeaBdiiaaiB;: (e.ceillnMr; ;' \ ryeYfr t
t.j any : 'f'. ,this;shall.fail then it
fonctibnfn (
aisiaiedto'rame.or'who
4a any form thoso who,,have may requirtd.ud.ODe.-thou ...acrei'cf. tedyf: "she pembcratic partyi the. enVuiiig -. ; r a a .
have yielded sojjpoetto the measure .t mine. what.:,course to : .
1; z i land for botanical;garden, model.larm, work election j Eepresentatwe. to : .\; .aegracJ.e. sp
.. Why the nou.8laTehOld1gtatetdeOt.SUPOrt house,'"prison,or for any otherpublio purposes. 'fretfltheState'of Florida, tation.. -: ::be" .the'";mt....- e to level with'the r'br tth!
unable Congms : "
< these measure we are to ttnderstand ; ; li rthseems. ; a I : i the ,Bible '
it be,'that a,hnnghty:fanaticism, I inflated with L:: 0; "". ,The convention"orevaware' tbaCetzwould ; : : freighted"
success dUdain accomplishipg.objects by in- ,, HOWTOBinK'A-flON. :" } have t.greatly:prefered'that Aheir i nothLngcau check ,- : : anti l_hbpw:of the:,ne-"*, ,
; be&; euaho :. '1st iim have ... t there_ '"T:Thetixvhy <
:. Uirectiott. Jf> eyer, were bis-own way.2d { : i have lallen'on comeother ; (evidence/r-thiat piodi .
choice.flhoold -
:
jr'niUy f compromise 1a ..hich":the South..had: 'Allow.hlw he euaiofIney.> -, ,:1o' ; n1ainquiet. '.1 ". bat be
the Nortb t-woald Jaa of doabt? 3dJ'er :to'.'oiIDfa \ ; percon ;', .but .the great !unaDimity .. "/.. "." ,. certainty
equal gainstritb .. .. ..m.P elleaODt '. '" \
.. ; "' .. _. the.heel th'ptt1J
t '
: ( .
fill expe4iency for.the SouUi.to'propose U.- Ii'e S"I. .1 '. 'J '' ','.'' :whiclhaiiireiIcd litho test evidence ': ; :;; < ;:, (os;
,4 Three tinea in Congress during this controversy- ,.:4thGi.. fait' ,1i1_. .' ii. fti.ieCI.com. ... of- the. yetj;oftlie"- "*nomination'whUe Vn ff'f-ri ; :Sofaras w\re: l .:to..average a'.I liae 'r. .

;; '-. 1 t South has proposed ..theiWterauri'Coraprom'ue :: -". Ps 'u".f": : .*'.. J.r .1' .If.j ".*.a l..l' :: "5' : f fttWiiehes' the strongest*'*#,- *,JJr.reaeqnor-*-,-
4 which has.ten=three. :tiajes;rfjected by_ 5thX;'Call I kl a.hll: .ieii0iY }., ->. -* .' *; *" rapidly chwging Y ..there 81.S.Cew\
we1nAtdoib "
.North.. -T..ice'ihehpro a compro"" ,..;:6th., FarnUh .Mm) with>; o.stated empicrnent. vourt8cc 4tan e.: And ? "
M1u4TGliie: ruaede Wsl
of
; .
mUe by which ste cOnsented!to.le 1i,' it to the .. ,* :*' "..!jt>. ? ;:. ,'.* ""> \: / ;b"t'.i lid: : re'h; rhbf rijK 1oiWet ) bPt; ,

courts of )h
Tights; Iwtead.of requiring sternly;'their re-: experieoce ft oost. marvellottS deUvetaace -arw11 i <1 don4sti: ; t r4.>:: Ihe vufrfiiofl-can :be i'8 dev opmeai and a dp
.
t. ogaition by Congress, fifteen7 sovereign..States have to::inoam.over adebased and rdlned .4 .? ..-.<,6r'ant.I, .".. people. of the South. ; : l>ie \in the, .,rrfe-. _
:
,_ ,,
.
have ttnsJMttd t* be.c&rriedinto.Lbe1,4orts of son! 'Thouand. Jl4reft1t1Q.wue '
Jjrr.
lr SCOTS,. .
tu our
o c. .. is move .
NJ'flWH11'NER .
? ( ;
:
sabmU'i .
.
the country,and there; to; r..tihtl.:: goDewurnlng to tli'iPtcc1selitbat ," ,. j '- ;; ; rriii
1 .1 in a tcm )J7.);belonging :.to,.them to-theirfianl.arburuarnk _' ia the rigtzt wtorufa tfn!'. .- '..I'. 1't"-i"" "..0.."'''R'..,MAY$ .wic4'. -' ". 7,' .,,U"... 4 'Ul'' ',i' i, &.. 5' .!
& 'L ; t. o.t.'t' f.. ." Iif.; ." j'- '. ', .3) "
Their humlliatioo.'didnotwin Ecrj ay' .. ""', ol.p "' '.r" e",4 h
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following to show bow.'com- tied swe6tlv'woodedfiumrnitsj .. t,4111-"p._.u8'tteJO. -.'&lUIIer.\M.E.; ud ; : : ':: V ;.

prfCIIC41 the .warm .talk ,of the' ineyonrstif climbing:>hsiFummtt with; kin;'oar late charge' <,'to' ,1i1Qt'" iu&hea.mu: -attrsMvfr oiie V .

.et, has become. There n spy.gbs--andfthea:weep \to tkiak f it tobaAy,' sad bitteaeat 7: of v'O rini:' lffli t"; : ; 't

rrssissipPlln. ptW of the \VaS..tfream.. .:" ." '*' *r foarhatins IjOtCt theOjU3UIOOhIt Ivoprteaipal ob : t
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of the feelings olL b i t& tJlrsr pk1e.. House;It U aoc, : -I '

iltpth Ithat eVwork thlre. Such a spirit !ithiyard* in4 ... ., i(:wth: ell': ipo i&'iho3ntawt theUpOsU1 U tUisb'li ._ ;.: V

blaze op along the whole line towers of, the:feu Jal age,- then weep for sad told the tih&ter lEatheknewdemnity 'k tb\ .fbreitapozftioais -. :.< t.
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I toon bis9overainat had d41ed a recevsJ i. Subscriber rtturas : '
Obr/erfon the ; #: V :
JsoBthern State trny.fIII deof'hiliy ? ; ,frwa tKcBritliti GoTenuaect'for the -forth V .
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! CONN.AND.mB To iimagrae iyouwelf ln>a fairylikegBJufefa dcstroctica -of thb iQeAeml: Armstrocg lathe extended to him, V 'I

NASHVILLE ,'ascending. ; the classic- Uhrnp,, 'Fort- of f yali-: :At this moment Mr.Cia. -cadeop. emdeavor to merit. ; V '. jV; V

: FUTURE. sip from the cup of Ehren-Ohrtslein .enred .: _After Uifr-'usoal; tatio n.Cl l-ort- ?: .,- -''g n : '., : !: 1

There ill bat little doubt, we ibtnk,' by the hanjTof aYair, Tiroleiiu: *;'..;: guea news Mie.officlaflI fro&hs'lOa; who is askid.oar preseoi:t.fiDl; :zuae2e,1szo.V:; : V V ]i V V V V

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Ait the Nashville Convention wilHayw To eet.river:roll it* "majestic end it Lubon. '.Mr.CUy replied not,a:word.- 1he1iniaterjhinga ....''- :-c : : :: : ;,. _

a platform upon which the South *itnbotmding.current throughan"*
rally- We do not suppose thai enTireunanimityV.il tcene of e dhantrne t.. JO .J' \ .he_ .had rreceiedf $flt1flQmefl Just at ,AcI, ..h V r' V
the '' ck oinJtf..Clay too-far rejecting;their offers;, accounta for the t
prevailbot t Seeing a reason'smile ai its bwnrtoifttre -. Mr. ; f V
asked
Clay coolly what their was
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Lat mass of the South will adhere to and Joseph weepinjr. at Lisbon TheMieLatr fied/thatiftitej
t comprehending: preseafthem : I '
be platform. We will make the issue Seeing a cascade turn a somerset di- replied,none but a few ships of tbeiZow .' Mr. '4ured by statute. : 1 I

Mississippi at one. We..th.!!Uup- rina rain storm,lIt d, oar 'boy )Jemesholding CL"1remrkecL tfae&eit MWJ wculd baa bombardaent .will,. be rigidly enfo: ; V
,_ansltekiog-lft. Hopki&'s arm- con .'' .- ; : '
Southern platform with our hat. #* : -
port the oat.his! A .?, eluded with good mor&tag Mr.Minister.' V> ;:' ;. i
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l igil; and we hare sufficient confidence ", Seeing the/aiicy I lenp'fonrard twentynye -> i. The.impudence of this Portuguese Minister V V J .et518O.', .

lin the integrity of the delegates of>hermtio'i -years, and ligh ina :retreat-:uniu.habired'by has noparrellelj' he. goes to members of Con .-, -. V .

> to predict that the peple0fJlissis'pP'11 rrrnn.To ._ : gress''arfi mators all tortsjjTmlswpresehtations J>i: .. : : -" <

| sustain it by an over lilt the banks aitver,'ani! ima- as to the character of-thecbims members and:.the should action nottolerate "S- IX'months j ".,

timing majority. I pine ourselves, belonging loathe.engineer'department : government.The it; a fureiga minister has..Dongl.t to:: 'of the: :coants&D_EiUte otJ- : + V

'fhe firstihing tel bp done will be, to. I address himself Legislative branch of,the Judge of Probite V V V
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bold public msetings.over our State, d ; To convince a tardant Alabaman government; The rebu&Vhe receives most benomtroDS I shall at the tame V ;

nre expression 'to'the'opinions of thesuses. of'the.eights three miles ouiside of Tybee. -, storefor, but ilD'nothing.1 undmta to what dbls'pasaport Mr..Cla1toD.liiD is discharge from said I V: V

I In 'in&tance/theiriends All persons int .
erery :
t. the mildest punishment. contempl4ted.: ;
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[of the platform should organize n coun- GENERALRtES.-A Westpro ,' '- .*
Gclub and appoint suitable officers to paper hNfro3' BcrKATiNo; RIFLE is one-of the V V V
1 ; \.. the following for theg'.ivern- 'awful Alligator..June V
with each in the most effective, the.most weapon of modern V
Urrrspond county meat of all:- days. It discharges twenty-four Sails in J c'V: In V V V V

[&&tr. It is contrary to_ order.to write to- an 'ute, which take fall effect at eight..hundredyirJs. : :
If the State of South Carolina, Genrw editor and forget to the I When one ball is fired the gun.is.again Eastern VV
AKibama and Mississippi alone pay postage. instantly loaded,by a principle simple as it V 1. t
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the resisteessUII7 Contrary to order to write a commu- anfailiner._.n .___.. Think_ __ _of such" a weakori.__ in__the. -hand- ? ; V
kind up to latforruWe can i niCiition for insertion .and the writer thousand men-! The use of this;-gun ought: -to a term_of -V
the encroachments the AT -
; withold'hts hame!from the:editor. put aD'e.tifW. for'""surely no army could :Court o V -'
Vorthj j fur should these States be com-: take stand-MOIt'it.1 countjr of Col V
Contrary to Order to a _. ;
piper .
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kneel to secede from the :'Union, it Sliy.A.D"1850, V
two or three v aisatil then write that ThtJl1cksr.n Democrat publishes the lass;Judge of said V
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for the North
be
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force submission you refine permitting; the editor to reoUIs ira ipferial,ele ti'iti; tiehl'fn that .EiusKsiur." V
to us to by .
tempt ty..he postage.Bufitisin poition of BeJfur.louniy 'to.be'aciciiEf i vs.MAST V
northern into V
nding a army our coun order.To .- ;. EinoBT.' S
/ ., called "Fulton" ._
into a new county to '
It could never through :ajnthern V I ( V V
.rye State. Our pass sister Slates subscribe for a.paper oVhdme to el determine the.piopriety-of the dji inp. ii having V : _
.L _tion of the V
aId rise up to our defence the mo- make it good. The! vot *: for the -county is 680 -'-:-- fendant,-Mary E : ; V V

it should be attempted. To pay in advance, gait 324 ; further returns, it.i 'suppiMed it? of.the State of '. -
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To write short, sensible articles for will I reduce..ithis. V
In our public meetings we must a-
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the paper. 150 votes. Montour and Fulton tire V It is, oD motion V :
ee to refuse ti' ship a bale of cotton to of said C .
To ptiy tire".poslnge on eommunica- i. the'new counties fi"medhythe Ltg. : .
.New.Orleans merchant, or to buy of ; fendant Mary
'lions I latfvo i at its.aefllion.Vitb moderate' '!demur
box of when such answer or
ma good, tner- V
is known be the To publish your. card-so that tb"pub.. legislative activity we shall, s.onIlav Complaint within
hint .to opposed to
thus force '!ie may know your'business location. as many counties i in Pennsylvania a*. and the matters : <
oothern rlalform.Ve can 'fo write jplaiti- plain for the as eou ti.-----. V :
very they have in 'Viagifliav th a 'sm&ller .
Yankees of New-Or leans to stand And it is. V V V
:priyt.r lerritoiy'to. form them out of. e 1ifi I .
Southern rights and sive Louis- order:duly V
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the directions will -
( the influence of i By observing 'you paper r-.WithiD.the : :V .
IDS Soilism rum in-thot deplorable: I be a :oo.J c ltz.pn/!live hnppyyand wheny A FLYING. 1\IACBJl\--- following : once a week:. : :V V V

re city. 'u die, ascend arnnng the ***.. in the curiouH nilvetiisemti>t .lately appeared. months. V I "
We must seek Mrssijii Simt : ,
toeonnect*our 'OF : : :
er class. ._ in theL n.l6nTinIei."Bescue .
up. -
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annah valley and with Charleston.'the Southern Our;port.Rail* of; POWEIt OP :ISTEttE'.--The 'Want! I of. Sir John Franklin: To V 18. & : ,,

the iicb nn'l chivalr.. !";.. A gentleman' in and for said '
Joads should be ptosecuted with -itrnttil -; \w1rich l n fW constitute the city! andrountry : : t,
"i (If New y "k, waapuiiilia': .\VJ'oSe.claJ 'ct'mrpon ene, _.repectability above contains a : V r '
rigor. : made and
We must organize-volunteer thfiiuian! in'1626, fir twenty-f ,.nail) talents! are 'cqrrohniate military"mpanie ) _
This if that by UistinctioDs,_.'honorary meildls, ritul: .V V .'
roUam. ens clienp
'. I a" raining our rights: ; yet, P'V'. ',
wotknofnrt n'n.l literate fTerf to con'struct'or ; V stxL.1 .
!alt -irwesteil [ -
been at cnmpvumlinterest
tr'ah honor to ourselves and posterity num '. "
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at"7 cent. the accumulated'capital -
be per V. .
must
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thoroughly prepared to meet '
, a aging machine, aUlo to travel in the .
l would -now-athooiit;
the worst (fate. ,1. wxty-five June 8,1850.
Lastly Senators million .''f Jl.llart fir m
nives in, our Congiess must and.Represen-be called on city and cntiitty -.f New Yor'k is 'n '\' The ;expense of an. experiment .tiip VV? : 11::
would bu3OO and month's tirne'Receijjt.An
wnrth 'what ha been one. FJCUX: : ]
a sustain the platform, resign. deducting expen i ". .er
led on the real rotate since it wa< purchan.J : vs. -
i inquirer. wants to know WILUAM .
from the Itdiati.-.V. Y. Sun. ,
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.. Ail, Toon IRELAND T-One cannot what will fat'a hen the quickest, that THE defe'zd ;

I tad the following paragraph from the The Simix anving recently mnrdered has l..stfle h by sLttiflg14nswer.Give. this'suit*ret .l ; !

. imeric Examiner without 'feeling fou teen Chippewa, the latter have her a dose of corn.2d .- held at V : ; V V
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tetoited Sinux- taking th&do3u. 3J keep it June and : : V V
r low of by killing two and repeat repea nest V
re indignation at the cruelty ex- Given. V
three other pri .. rrcised upon the peasantry l-y the S. If she lays five eggs, sell them.' ; V
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ihhy landholders in -some parts of of this the.party of Sioux immediately Take the money and pay .pos age on V V : V ) V
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"1 reland: started in pursuit of the murderers, and next letter. ., -- -. -. .. ... 4.1=e1'8: : / ;

'on the same day, the) 15th. they.returned : V
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gentleman "from this city, who Arrivals at Jacksonvitleiletcl: : ; S "

Inrelled through 8odyke on yesterday through St. Paul with the corps of \LL'persons : -
I.I whom had : June, 26.-Mr. .Emory,JDarien,' Oa.,-27th.DocY. : : & ; &
orms us that he beheld one of the ono man, thuy in a canoe V
C.-8. mory,Mandarin, Fla. MaJ.l'atnam aTerequeVstedV to
.1 ost appalling-eights; he ever witness- nailed. up in a box covered with a red Miss Putman, Augustine, Fla.. Tho's. the, ,

I dst a place railed Knurkbrack, about pal). \ Simple, .Jackson, Mississippi. Mr. Conklin, 'the estate are -I V

I taile at this side of Bodyke,where over % _ Panama. Mills, Fla. -_ within the time p' I V
families whose houses had r will be plead in :'
been The \
Washingtoncorrespondent of I

11't't tiled th'ree or four days previously,. the Imrleston C our ier-says .{ cult Court, Southern; Circuitof '.: V, 1 : : :!.

'tj ere erecting huts by the side of the If the'.NallJrvilltS l Oonvention 'F orid.aJHiUsbQrQiJgb., Jacksonville : : : F
d recommend .
to
under storm protect sUid themselves lain that was from dea the ell-.. the Missouri Compromise linejt .si"J. VI.B Mc 1EBiUJn" '!;.Chancery,1: = V "" t : : : : V V

. at the time. He beheld several i i. suppobcnl t a large portion of,the NI.NCI''MCQt1JUto, !.J>yorce., :' 4k
& Siiuthernmembers will 4t. '
support AT1H4MflER3' V ; .(
g creatures crouched beneath a BORDER. -
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Many now declare itto,. be their a/rir- V .". ,
and
other articles of'household T appearing V the-satisfaction of the Court ?
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'ture, seeking for shelter. Tne 1lUUD& by.affidavit of the:complainant filed in said : :
eI is said I After-. pre struggle! :the House Court,_that:;the above mentioned defendant resides !PltE ; f
r to Belong to absen '
i tad an will pas Mr.'Di.ty's '('alifurniaiBilI, by out of State of Florida, to:wit,'.ia the. .L .'fonfl the' :
officer HI the-army. .1 Itisadded. a"'lto' State of Georgia' It is ordered that a Bearing rounding countI ; V I
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it, t tat Clounmotm beyond Dobn Lake, TIt..ltjl1.i1I'g'' on the facts cuarged.in sdrd.JBillbe'.bad'at the 'establishment,. : V t
-". on the .property/orty houses to the Senate, and(there, :'he-fejectetl. fall terra, in the year eighteen hundred and... toKobh ,tltuj : f

beta levelled with the rather,-it'xvill:bo tb t lr ameluled' ;lyr tad.j ty ofttiid Courtjprutided that aJCOpy orthis'rde't betWr than % : \ V V V 4
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r (hingtsP.It theOthtVrneatDeR, Tqrining ) publish insome:publicIfeirspaper a constantly ; ; V
-,.. rmantt u respectable man, eat i.it. i. Mr. Clay" sctierhr;. A e..nrerence.wiJl.I. of this &at,;fir the space V of three months at ble.and'-latest.. : ; V I V

ted the whole number of.the evicted i l lttweenth; two.li.tu.t' and least beroie.the'Jiras d J'the' said-:term-of. Goodstowit;' '_
I w Over, 100 families and at five to take'pJisce: aai&iourL4.3'\:"- \ T.L fV4",- I 1=.lEnelish'snd:
b--a moderate if the Senate:stand firm. ,'the Hou e will V Wrnrcss my name at, .Chambers,'this fifth day '.'f tChambrays j.' ::
calculationfrehi.edhuv& &- yield. .The are"at least I fifty 'Nurtltern, JnneJin the.yerot our J40d.One thousand Embroidered : .1 t
king have thus been .
castII men .who arecompelkd-to "vote fif eight huuvired and fifty.Jodgt ; : "'t SilkTiBsae D .
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n II world to and .JOSKPll LthCA8TEBV Silk.and ;; :
beg starve. For California, :l 'itself .. '
'IJ : h'utr&vcry
-1 1f 1 of Ibe Circuit.Court for ,- : V Cotton Gloves; }
wtlh"g be finally" cperce3 toot, J 'r: Judicial Circuit r .'White and .,V :
D- AJetter in the New York Ti'i-. .tAB Southern 'of. flaJune29 -. .. P V V
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the Senate_,scheme.0. ". ,.leotA' '.,.. '. -f. "_.3 III-:... -, t. 1 :-K Q/ > : .
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',.*> gained the author and.Mr. Sefnof to a.letter fiom Wa liingtun to his :p... 'r LED'gopQsSUATiIVbo: Tectircd bytba Irish IJDii_ V V V VV V '
4V ':Uommitteo "8k.'John5 :Table V VV V -
5 Ark..usCor the, Omnibus -per,< the TrHmne,%thn 'chuckle! .Vi ''':' ..seminaq".ot'Leai:: :Building "',:l6catedjrt:;of : Madison* : ,8"USlaIM. .. Ci ; :: ; : '; V .

S; [to* it.has driven away trim the:sup-' !i he tlitcord i :'wiiichIie: .!IIM; be ii .proniinenily -" .Cburtr House Fiorida,'until :.ia c odociiii,'ol1' !: ;-'D_ "'W 'i'< ; .... -

Ii. t or that measure the two.Senators ;,.inslrumetUal .ciaIng,: .> '' Saturday,tbe-6th day.of July next,fcr.fnrnisn.ingcutem :Whits'and .

-' to Wiscocsin at east. -The/riends TheCgrowtli! of. cK uni -, v .of wood,, maic-isiiJiog,.fifty-by-.thirty.feet, ( : -.'V V
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Omnibus israid.' There .iess than V.
n srsty Vq
held a caucuslst. night : aie: two stoiehigbIth; two richtwenty.vebythirtjlet .. 'S .",*. -V: V '
ifi.. '4 determined to push the_.bill-to vote members of i he iwn Housra' rio'"tiI: -. !. .:- \.'.. /.A 3 *;*. ..> : l V_ V: V V- V.;-.

. Ipredily p'.d le. paift>!f the.Union. and wiah,. tl e' clae5tatewrto : '_ Tlie.whole worktobecocipletedmdyfcrdelivery '.''t"f."N..: ; !V.. V V V
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: by.tbe2 thday o|December.ceit.fUond .: _-EnD v: : ,*" :;
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The National thinks W-.U oat ; ;Thpjr,< ndl.llke ; ,. .,
I Inlelljgenc?;: for the!1IthraI forainceefthD' 9fitrafit Will i'Withft1i: "
the.tJnioi, the .._
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4p Mr. SooleV CllDeo' wilt* e oe required. : :1 ,. r. ,. .
e < "iTkosad tJ!ihsepws'u1d! :rihier!like:ii1 r V :P oia disE" i WObt a Ipe I Willd--.en ; ': -. _" : 4 V V
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:, MQnals': &ANKLfl;, Paesidet: ; : .- In order the better to merit'It theyhaveenlarged'andthoro .knownforJte. '''rgeie1a1ofz8L cttoncI > : 'I A- .4tti : ,I;sfJ _;
i ie tw "h'e'JTOter.b ft'radi ure7aitf t.| :
: IJ3PENCE&"S., BENEDICT; Y,1"isidf1lt; ; ughly paired' > t .{ts r: .
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I" and Weinents to edlylhe bjrlSeveuldbegbt.a3acentandj
; : 'l. ,building, adopted many imp .
PLINT FREEMAN i; ,. ( i l U rhe whole be.i .'
I promote.the heolthvand'-comfort of their guests; < 'F jr Aithiiz1
i ?_' .r" tThe'old ".'.:..theioqsowill 'certainly **ron a ,*1 \ ?JtlJ nAor e e1 UQ i.vTlii :' ::- -'_.' : .

t ; Amount Funds liable, for losses,"'*$20"" .OS9 34 I deem it:on advantage that:the'. bl6".wJ. 1.b unfder _p "g !1 .t ':eJg # gj'a ., 'L I : VL1oW' J&u.twy .'II:..

.1 Bal'of Premiums above invesU 'the'sapeHntendehce:: f;tui1 Experienced: ,_,which lat J.nr,,w e ten Te ,1Vit and i eedjcr,.r b'leJf -
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:: meatsl,',( : 67, Hostess-by\ ::hose.1 a they- atter-themselves' 1U convenient distance;on the publicc land;is a: r' '-tEB1E.' : <- .. fotthe general-iwostratiolr.'of he:
.NTEL i C9PWD
j. be in Site for .res1fl overlookllng'tiwenfr fsurpasing : ,att-.helh. the.
;, they shallnot; fthalledbl: any Hotel" the] a ce
i Annual i .. Hate* of Insurance 'off One' South, being now enabled by.the'constant steamcommunicatioa'with' / beauty.; Tie"terms trill&e madeknbwh' .films'MEDICINE.was prepared by kr s ; 'JfiJW. (.L, Jhyslciinand istherresult of an cxten- ace. id en. .
Savannah and Charleston ,bY lppliatlentKeWeslori&itO .
; Dollar ySirigleLijt. ,
i t. 'Hundred on. ,< ., r ..STAREDBBIP. site several r '.lit', a.biHous' climate : NohiDg aD 'be
practice years
: A 'to,have .the: dvantn'ge"ofih fine:markets 6f k .> > '10J'8IU\I'N4af-.f _
f .La. 1l849J i' ; t: .Those who have used it themselves,'oreeen : .j.J'< ffeCts ci the'b
I. \, d d fi. ,8 S si3S :those Cities. -Jn addition! they: .bricjto the.business -. >. De_. ..'. 'y "f ,' +;< : Jragng ,
sonsrall
U CO "ell an experiehce'of .which'trill. its Balatary( fleets upxmoterJr, need car weakcces and iihid."
h many '' "
: a". a h' 's a a a 'cuu.: ,*:..ItO", : farther evidence of ita great value The health' .at'ooceUccae robustahd g
r't". i. enable them :tojudg&better the meansf;of attending ; ... .. : fulI r
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.; ; "O' P .' -1'1..: M. -1'1..01 ._"0-. to the.wantaof.those_whovisit the mild '-i\ -- J O.baitga-: of thousands has:been' perfectly restored' by itsinflcence*: .2t Ia1mt4WiJr<
0- o o, 1\JI'ESSRSR..BR: : "
-'Sot ; this medicine when' all 'other rerne4ies'baTefaI1di1fi nerrelessness, fjthe.female
: climateof Florida for the health ;
:. -' 1 .g'S 3 *'. ,I jpurposes' J' ,1'-1...led: the Wharf and the buildings attached," .is' to. f. .: "*
not simply .*
rat.loD suspend. greatcause<>
t, ., 1111c .. oripieasure. $ ;'! : ., /, with;,tneiTi bsirjeimesair"; ?; ,..
l t* .(3 A ". i ipU | -THE'iNCEEASiao:reputation.which,'the:li- are. now\prepared; iD''conDecti H.dBDWABE, 'thtfdiseMe for UJme,but'topnrify! "the: sysitemand
t ( 1. .co <-0 < <'-.0 ; mate of Florida,possesses,in the eztlmation'ofthenieili.cal -*DRY 4NDMIScthLI4NEO GOOD ;:.GROCERY US ,ESTABLISHMENT 'restore'it.to sound and pexfect Health, .peJi*!- itoturey W e-*lblt MficaSMfpertonaed

t 12 86 I 53 41 178 '183, ,3 31 : faculty for the cure of consumption.' : : t A small .Ttttzti on. the //cauaes,-.treatment i but -we can sue theiSySS

; i 15 77 88 1 56 42, 185 189 340 and other"pulmonary.'diSea ,-ha induced a ;to do& GENERAL COMMISSIONBUSINES&v"jr .. iTThelrJcharges .; and"cure' :of fever and' ., andther diseases' of to$. ?a.,Pes. have.. beenrep rtfj f. >'

\ .f 16 84g. 0 1,63 43 '189' '1'92 351 vast.increase'of travel to this Stateduring the ,establbhed>;c.'t: ,8avn bilious climates, ,"any 'be' ..had,... .gratis'bf' the' un-. ': '>a;TCWKSWD:: My:wif*bein1nesi4id.gj : ?. .ii
bythe ] : "
t 17 86' 91 1 65 44' 1 90 194 ,33 fall and winter months,of t'nose' who seek the are '' i defaJgnedJr; ; t" -"" 1."L d'b.7) db1 .'

.' ', 18 89 92 169 45 19196'* 373 relief afforded by.'mHderatmo8phere! -and id hah-rates. JT: >'-'.,,. ,1ji,*. .1 >r.Also;. numerous certificates from men o't e' luifmnJ1 tIb l11"by': pil u' iI4 1t1,

1 3T 46 192. 198 889 rs They are' .' .. 4he-Agente ,of.the.U.; ,..(MaiL highest respectability testifying'* the great 'diffie'
t 19 SO 94 : .view of this fact, the hs rib have deterrainr. ; : Z14.bUIngknonm'dicine '>
( 20 9195 1 77- 47'I 93 199 401 'ed that their.exertions to.merit the patron: Steamers 'at *lhis'place-and\ 1e. now:enabled. ,' efficacy this" medicine,.can'')e.seen' on application .. .. i, i i.Jias* d'ecte-7- -gnat-.> '",_tIIoi.oi:
Planter "
i 21 93 97 1 82 48 1 95 '202 417 .which, shall:be::bestowed",upon.them'shall be tffeivuy.facillttO the Merchant, '. to. v >r/.i' ." .* >, / ? .1. teanag It recommended for such'u
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1. 22 94 99'188 49 195 204 249 without regard to toil or expense.. and the Public generally 1 .TT.OHOtMES'&CO.; ., describtd, :btained> a "Bottle of jc ]

23 97 103 1,93 50 196 209 '460 BUFFINGTON & COX. ,Goods'consigned' ; to their,care will.. be. received Agents for 'Jacksonville. 'radn ,.!-, of SarBaparillaiand followed tneV" J >

t 24 99 107 1 93 51 197 220 475 .racbonTi le-'Oct.. 1849.: ., tf, forwarded-with-despatch' Warehouse? situated .Jacksonville! ,FeV.24i 1849. 6m: gave me., In a short priodftej Ttd "

; 25 too 112 '204 -52 202 237 490 ..fjT The Chalestn'Mercizry, and the Savannah Their Store,Office and are', .f plaints "and:restored- her:,to ealtL

26 107 ill 211 53 210 259 524' Georgian,?will please:copy. the above.' convenient to the.Wharf.
i. 27 112 123 217 54 118 289* 549. nntil.forbid. ; Palatka' StJohn'River,.E.F,.January 13, 'd' .pleasure'in thus,a bo' fpg it .

: J 28 120 128 224 55 232 321 578 1849. ... ly : thendingittothepubj. ,,
This Extract :
Notice. .: is..pat'.up (quart loltlss-itis
29, 128 135 231. S6 247 356 605 weeks date I-eaall to the I six times .M1k-MOOREco1'.vfOrand; &L7&
: nRer apply ; .ckeapcrt,pleasanter,ond'warranted su- .
236 57 270 420 627 SIX .HOLMES.&GO. -t ?..
30 131 136 Hon.J, dge'ot: Probate of' Hillsborough J p rior to any: sold:. It cures diseases,withou.t Thzy4g.1844; ".
31 132 142 243 58" 3 14 431 650 SSRS. HOLMES &'-lxave.removed. TQ MOWERS &
: county, for letters of Administration on the Es- i 'M vomtvz-purgingswJcemag.c&bhatng the.. pa.tient 4NPJ.AB.zIE.D.4
i 250 59 463 675 .
:
32 133 146 367 ate&of George S. P yne, late of said-county, itheir vStock of:Merchandize'te/the/ : large .and is particularly adapted for a: This Extract of Sarsapar llaawDetal
257 700
14S 60 435 491
: 33 134 eccujpied by the United States ,
deed. .JOHN DARLING.. building formerly 4LL4NDWIRTERML'DICINE.The ly prepared, 14 reference 1
264 61 453 508 725 ; tofeaale
135 iSO '
,: 34 Tampa Fla., mula/50. known. as' the. Government i1ding.TheI great ,beauty and:,superiority this Bar iio female,'whq'has.reason io
136 153 275 62 471 529 755 8upjc8eg: ,
; 35 have added to their stock, by late'arrivab 1s
T saparilla over all.otherremedies '
eradicates preaching thafcriti
S 36 139 157 .,281 63 490 550 785 Law Not.i c. ttom'N \v'Yortc a full assortment of,Dry,Goods, disease the should J period, tit i fli
invigorates neglect '
: 37 143 163 290 B4 509 571 815 ; take'itjasitsTentivefotafiyJofthe : I ciijj
Provisions &cL
GroceriesHardware &c
JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 849.. ,bbdy consumption :cured numwois
33 148 170 305 65 534 599 855 'AVING; left the State for California l which they are' prepared .to. sell at reduced cleanse and strengthen )' diseases aM
; ,> tcr.whuh females
157 178 311 66' 5 :9.621 895 HSamuel are aubJf t
C8
have transferred my business to Col. prices. consumption can be cured time'ot
ft. ,
662 945 .Tperim3TbeddaJ
320 67 590 li
169iS3, Spencer, who, will, in conjunction with' They are now prepared to'purchase.Cottons, bronochitis,'consumption, .liver, complaint. sCTewry: rsby usingthisniedicine

: From the"Mobile DaVy Advertiser, March 1747 Mr.Baker, prosecut all unfinished. business to Hides, and other produce of the O1 advances'at the .. colds, coughs,catarrh, asthma,spit- less valuable forthose; who' are awomaniccd l.G '

LIFE INSUEAC.A. practical illustration close. S highest Market'rates land make cash tingofbloodsorenessinthe chests cs it tecalcnlated to ass&S2

of the benefits of Life Insurance has recently The Militia-claims in my. charge will be attended on consignments,to their_ .friends.in Savannah hectic flush, night'sweats,diffi-.' .' by quickening the\blood and in'viciijsysteJn.

been furnished in this city in the case ,of to by myself in connection with Col. !. md'Char stonorNew1Yk.; ". t < .. .' : -.r cult or prbl'use.!xpec* ...t ,Indeed,thIs mrdicin ia.binhIJut&f

our lamented fellow-citizen the'late Edward. Spencer, and Cbl.Charfes'E. Sherman Washington They have new :article'of Wrought Iron :' :toration and pain all 1 the'dueaento. which>cttelic

F.Tt'St. While in good health, some time last ,and every effort made by us jointly to Ploughs-to which they would respectfully. in the side&c.Jiave It braces the'whole systca.ntly : : .!

V year, he effected an insurance on. his life of prosecute them to a 8ucces rul:esult. I haveno : the attention of Planters. ". <>r- I and the natnral1egu.4y I 1It

,. 5o00, in the New York Life Insurance Com authority to collect the money due on these I Jacksonville,.Nov..6,. 1846 tf : can:be impurities of the Lody'uot.ED 1'( rnt

pany, (formerly the Nautilus,) of which Mr. claims, as I have always preferred to have whatever I -cured. systeai as .. .dnce a'sohctttiiii fu.'Stiiti'the

James M. Mundon is agent in this city. Mr. 1 money may be appropriated placed in the .. Land. lor. 'tiIe.a 'Probabty.the1"'P heVer ras a remedy that has tion,!"Which is tiecase: of Itest n.tdichu} ids*

Test died very suddenly,.and the other day the hands ota!local paymaster, such as the parties FOR SALE,' tweeitt1 e and ten thou been so successful in desperatetases consump ,for feoale>ealness and diswse _* .

: amount for which his life Was insured five thon- interested. may.select, after the act of their-re- .sand'acres of Land, ,situated in Nassau tion as this;, cleanses_ and. strengthens! the DISEASE :OF"XBE' BEAT,JI/l.

: sand dollars; was promptly paid over to his family liefc GREGORY. YALE. County, partly near Nassau and' partly near..St. system: and appears.to heal the ulcers"on the -. TURE AND 'L'ROPSY* :

by Mr. Mundon.. August 28, 1849. tf Mary's Rivers being a portioTi of the Waterman luneondusuarhealth etfatients""JmU1ualb"resiaiii. tJ eir ..2TOB JJ1 li '1it i
This comment from Grant.. The above is heavily timbered pine ,.
: circumstance require no School Books. and strength. lDL. T W1ts I.-DtQT'Eir:' J1 'iII'j

us to give it due force. Ii speaks to every head Towns.Spelling Book, Kirkham'a Grammar conveniently situated upon waterjcourses, CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.; .been'afflicted' with, a disease of tie] tart'
a
of family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood with the exception of about five hundred acres .
a There is = with a terrible
Blake's Rhetoric, I Clark'sGr Iiunar, scarcely a day'passes but (there area ruptnre foover-init43
and should not be disobeyed.. The.advantages of heavy hammock land: pon.tho St. Mary's number of the greater;' 'ct ,
Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, of cases': Consumption_reported. as part -the :tim .te lul
of the its beneficent and happy River. The whole' or. portion will be sold -
system, any troubled
.. ,. Scholars Companion, do Chemistry, cured by the use ofDr.Townzend's. par. with shortness of breath cud gmi I
will themselves the mind cash to' '
results suggest > Davits's First Lesson, do Zoology, cheap for Apply. The following was recently e1\d.:> BeringJof,4he heart,which.has:leen,. "li
indiice' him to WILLIAM fflCKMAN.
: of every reader t'and we trust do .School Arithdo I DR. TOWKSEWD DearcSvr\ the\last tressing, and 'insfrequently LeJI"Qt
Treasury .
i "go and do likewise." Certain it is that ud metic; Knowledge" ,J Jacksonville,March 17 1849.' tf. thre years I have':been afflicted fwith general leave he1: d. The rnplnre/Vaavety! .

prudent man, who wilt has a family. for dependent the upon insurance do Algebra, ? do ..Physiology, New'.Books! him for support neglect.. a day do .ISlem Burritt's ;;and;did not to such cases with'bntjittle :bcniZt.' ,
of his life. Geometry, Geograpny TUST Received and for sale.by.the subscri- stage expect ever gain say heatJ1'! 'IILj
.; Lincoln's "" at all. After medicine 1 had taken bui three"
.J.)1cROBER'l'DA.1tER Agent. Botany, and Atlas, U .ber. going through co ourse of ottksof'yctirfoimedichiejhewa8
Mitchell Geography & under the care of ome-otth'mostdistJnhed entirely
I HOLLAND I H.edgesLoglC; THE 1 CRATER ,or VULCAN'S tEAK relieved tie;
.H.D., Medical M.-D-L:Examiner.' Atlas, LIttle Speaker, A Tale of the'Pacific} :by J. Fennlmore Copper. regular physicians and membcrsof the' of tne.heart,'and ,the Iruptnre' Las*si- :
'
Parker's First Lessons, Willard's States, Price, 50 cents. Board of Health in,New York :.elsewhere, .tirely. )pe red. / -' '
Jacksonville, April 6, 1850. ly do .School Phil osChunber'i and he She has also had tbe' '
Geology THE RAID OF GOMEZ,"25 cents. 'spending most of my earnings:,in_attempting dropsy,:,8i
MAGAZINE -oph1t /'Pi1rke 's Rhetfleadez', -FATAL-ERROR 'to regain'm,,health,and after reading much swollen. .We..bid idea that sit i e
.
: I .zAvKWOOU'M AND THE and a variety of French School Boob. By the Countess of'BlessjD ton-25; cents.. In some paper 6f your Sarsaparilla resolved be benefited,as site had siich a ecllei

British Quarterly Revews. .or.sale bl 'THE'PRAIRIE. GUIDE. :to tiy it. 'After using six bottles I:found it. .diseases- Butitnssstrerigeuix.peer1 ., E'.*;,<

revolutions and S A. M. REED. A Tale of the Mexican War.--OS, cents.' done me ,great"good,. and'called to se ;yottat : 'relieved,;.her of tlie dropsy : ,** *
the late counterrevolutions '
OWING to Jaskso vill.Feb. 2, 1850. tf : THE VIRGIN,.OF. THE SUN.- your office; with.your._advice I.kept on,'and. do thaithis statcmentis Vo''strnuge w.tcfiffi
the nations of which .
'
among Europe, most! almost like fiction lut
lrtl1y.hai1k you fo'ry mad e. I persevere *, it isneerthkreality.
A Romance last Revolution Pent. 25
have followed each other in such quick succession NOTICE. : .ftke ,CHARLES'DaWAAL in cts. .in taking the. Sorsaparilla,and have been Yonr Sarsaparilla is.certsis1y ;.

% and of which/fo end is not yet? the leading Til: have appointed.T. O.HOUtESour'- Jacksonville, Sep.: .'1849. tf able Attend'to my nsual.laborg fort the last ',uable,medicine;and:should beudJj..

i periodicals ofGrea.t Britain .have .become y' .oral Agent and Attorney;to settle-any four months, and:hope by the blessings of God one that is:suffering.as".we:bate ttri1tUt

invested with a degree interest, hitherto',un. and all businessin the name"dfPalmer Ferris. Jacksonville. Female Institute. and your Sanapml1a.tocOJ tin jnjhealtk-.- disbelieve this account,they are i.." .
known. They occupy a middle, ground be. To collect It the :can at my house aJ dh ;
and receive all'debts'duethe; firm of helped me.beyond expectations of all that ocular, diLSZ
Committee of Direction ,
\ have
tween thehastydisjointed, and necessarily imperfect Palmer & ,Ferris, by Bondr-Mortgaget.rNote THE ,adopted knew my case CHARLES QUIMBYOrange. / Yours. ,respectfully,' /) '. ..'. ?:
: records oC the newspapers,and the elaborate following regulation. 'Essex Co.N7j: ''. xWlLLIAMTO
otherwise also for Darius Aug2l84T. J
Ferris deceased. } J-l
t The scholastic to of four ,
be furnished year.is consist terms *
and treatises to ir"
ponderous
All Slate of New Essex ,
persons having demands ,against Palmer of eleven weeks each."Ortbograpbyreading. '. Jersey County rt IS.-r Chas.Qnimby -
by the historian at.a future day: Whoever &Ferris or'.Darius ferns deceased will present ; and arithmet.ic being duly sworn a according law, on' .DYSP ';: .J ,
reads these periodicals obtains correct and ; writing his oath saith N.: B.: .
the same toT- 0.Holmes for p4ment and that the foregoing statement is PnrclAaenonebutsflebssLa. Tt
The above with .
connected account of all the. important political all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da per eriD$4JQO.; : term .Eoglish'., true,according to the.best. of his knowledge and ers thatIJde,the bottle.':coinpletely 'i ijn)
and-Geography Th
: events of the old world} as they occur, and rius Ferris,are requested to call on T Holmes above grammar with the branches-of, per $5,00.: belief. CHAS QULMBY. the written signature of S.P.!101? m1\'
higher
learns the various conclusions drawn from them for settlement make,payment., an English Sworn and subscribed to before mfcat Orange: Principal Office,.!126-Fnlton-st. .1I, .
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by the leading spirits of the age.. The ..American SARAH.FERRIS.Adm'x. natural edncailonemhracingAlgebraGeometryEistory'mental and mural ,Philospby ; the 2d August,,' 1847. -.CYRUS.BALDWIN, ) N;y;; Redding,&.cb.-8 ta SJ.' )'
Publishers therefore4deeniit, proper to csllrenewedattentiou -Botanyr Justice ,&'sots- 132 Sorth .
D.FCB&IS dea of the Peace Second $. PF o5tm t
Chemistry GeologyAstronomy .
to,the W'orkatbey republish ,RhetoricLogic S..Hance ; ,
DAVID PALMER.. ;druggTstBaltimore
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and Evidences of term : ;
And the very low prices The at which they is are of. Jacksonville.Janilst? 1850.tf ch quarter to be paid.hrstlanityper to Treasurer! in$6oo'E ad.' .2WO CH1LD1lEN.8 Y .D..3o '. Richmond;.PLSCO51.Cbirtrcst.:CohenV ChariestcaBi! 4-(
subscribers following their _
fered to ;
; .' Very few families .indeed'in fact wehave : ,Keyr.QrleaDsY.ml81rPearlsfc
vance. *
: list, viz LONDON: QUARTERLY REVIEW : ITIAGIVIFICENTOne. ,L-,_?_ -.rEuY. &. The acholars will bounder? ; the careful instruction not heard. of .one-that 'used Dr. Townsend's' Albany j .LYnn Eue&irKS&m

'. / THE ad.Oojdcal.ot'8"oOJOOO of an'experienced female teacher. .. : Sarsaparilla:an time lost any children the "past MarJcet ;;imd'Broad4tsKewWK.KprincipalDruggists ;;
THE EDINBURGHREV1EW, summer, while thDse.th did'not sickened : 5"
Provision has-been made for instruction in and and/JJerchaBtH .
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NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, I "30JOS3 JOOO-.JO.OOO' French,Painting; and Drawing ahd Mu- died: .THe certificate' we .rnblish belowis.conclusive through out-the United States, VTcstli. .
Latin\ '
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, And 250 prizes $2,000.. S* for which additional hiL effwU1 i be made. : evidence of its value; and:U only'another the' Canadas.i 'V --,. ; 'A.-JJ- BEEDr t $'

A'ID VIRGINIA:STATE LOTTERY, ,The first.term commences tbe,8th ofOcto- instance ofitsiaving the lives, children D:'. . vj j .

BLACKWQOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. For the' benefit'of Mdnongalia Academy: qer.next. .* "- ."-, : ,.DL.TowNSEl'lD-Dear ,1-had twO)Chil- ;'Febru. y20-1848. ">. "* .,ljr\g'

1 Th'above Periodicals reprinted in: New ,.: ; :. .;jDlassD. ", for- .1850. '. : Applications for admission,are. .to be.,.made'tohe .' dreri'cured by your; Sarsaparilla. jpfthejsuminercomplaint .. .'- y. .*. JL 1GOOJJS v .*-,. t:.- -.. 'y. -*
their arrival the Brit i TO be drawn.at"Alexandria Committee Direction. r -.. and dysentery; ,one"ras' onlyJ5-- > 11At -
York,immediately on by ,'f.;on Saturday 1 A'"BE I1C'ED'PHjO
beautiful clear Apfi127' 1850 under the .- months old and the:other ,3.:7 ars. They:were .' ..
lab steamers, in ft type .on fine superinten CoauuTTrz :or;DIEECTIOK.JM. '- ; :4' 'J "' -" l.j h' "f
white paper,and are faithful copies of the'origiBffls. dence of Commissioners.Jf. .DANIEL, very much reduced' ,and we expected they would .the.<<.Jaek 9nvhle f Cheap,"jnpHE bt

Blackwood's Magazine being an'ezaot. fac- W.. 111 A 11 B'Y fie......, -. ,Dr.R.IE:HOLLAND die; they were pv ,up by two, respectabb' "
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: ,. ,.. fflniiocer :sUB cIi BEa, hu' rrcir'
physicians.!When the doctor informed :
I : imu of.the Edinburgh edition. <78 10' . AJLEEED : :us:that jti
; In these periodicals are contained.the .views; nttmberibttery. :':.'lS, .,draws" baUola. fc, Tu..su1tft. ; ..t-. ; II ;. we must Jose'thein' we/resolyedTto,:try'your : !tJuJ. !i t' iC brf

.; moderately though clearly and.firmly, expres t ', SPLEUDH SCUXMr.; paT.'1. ow AftT., _i ,' Sarsaparilla had:heard so ranch of,but had ezsatpriceathat.canq&1Ilto. ; ;; J.. ,

,I sed otthe three great'firties In England-To. '1ma.gDl: 'eDi.. pitd of.". $100,000 'JucksonvIlIeJuly.7; ,?4S. .. < J,,' ; little .confidence' ,there:being,so much fetuiFadvertlsed iers'i &* *, -

; 'r1 and R&di )- 'BI c\t.od' and the : splendid prize of. .. .-. '.' ,50,000 '. .' '. + .thAt.is: hJbu; t:Ve-are: very Printed3Iuslfc4ftoai ;: Jt,

; I "London 4Uarterl7'lZrOTory; the!'EdlnbnrgL. ..,1, .,'> .dp.. .. ..,',;:. *. ;30,000 1- f. :pvnucoTIcE..,t.. '. ...' .- '. ( "' thankful,that wedidfor4tbnd6nbtdly saved Polka F dP sQ: ",;' '.' ..
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: I Review",Whig;,and the "Westminstereview"I j :doi. :. .. 20,000( mH:BOOKS of' totho tbe-UTes"cJtboth. I write this:-that otii. may hite.. 'FJ' o't.:
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subscription "
: { Liberal. Tat uNorth British Review1'.owes its 1 .'dov,- ', w1 .'. "-. 15,000. : : the; Atlanticand Gulf Rail capftaF.4Btocktot Road be. id, c d c'to. u' 'it, > Yours,respectfully..J' :I GiEgbx .. ,:.._ -"wJ ,iK .

1 c ..: establishment the last greatI :ecclesiastical t :. do v. '. .. ., Jl,558 : :, ;. ?Jto' ''wasON ;;Jr. I CUiofbe'LMestyje- V' ,1Q'LInen.cbarnbrayi _
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f ,.30.do4 ...' . City Kt::Augustine "Myrtle-avenue 6 : S pt:13tM7c.: .. .: .'6C. ..20
I movement in'Scotland,and ] not ultraIn its .. : ..{ ,. '.* ;3,000! at .the'office:of Wm."A.PorwArd,'Esq ,1 % V-.."-1 Brooklyn. ; .. :.' .J 'M
: Yiewa on one of the grand,departments a{ 250 do lowest'3-numoerjpri )!{ ; ;' .r.c. - K Kgured Laces; ::- ,.4',:: ;J' 1l
; ., any : ., .. 'les,2,000 at nine o'clock,A. Mon Tuesday the 2 th day HV> :LUNMic,ASYLUMvrt, .<' "C.
65 'r and "
: mtaon knowledge;'it vac origllwl1'lte4 by prases of.- > ., J >./ 500 September next 'and Iwjll be '" erchl fSl. ; ': 81i
Continued cJames '
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: j Chalmers, end now,- lneeiis death, is .con- ,fol*" :fdfli. .. ...*..rf' > vv -.. '306 until the whole stock'I taken.t.: & .open Cummingfl/Esq./ .one-of the Assistants Line 1.riD ;hl. L -, : '
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Hanna 65' do .' hi Lunatic ,, **um,jv>uv 'Tvji"rsIand.is thegintTniai VxStiDgS >. < ... : of. ,
: 1 ovetedby hillOl1.i -1a.w,pro 'associated .:> -. -.. : : .*' "f/200'.1 :': .Ia'behalf of Commissioners s.. : ,. ; ti;*'l'. '

; with Sir David Brewgter.. ?literary'characi 5 .dQ'.t '. .. e, .. !::t ...,;160 r-o. .. i. ; "DIh-YUL,'' ,,. spoken' f.In'th&folloijitlette f 8nkimd Ie.ThmdGloves: lA 12L
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f tel' Isor he, very higestorder.: The 'West ,.,010 -do".I.: r's August- 25'.t84.'ifi: ':;: ,*t'-: x: xBEUMATisy.iH, -;. ; ;fine nuortmentcfEJZIPPud iatthyeithji

minster, though rwnnferf.under that title only, 27.040 'do'. : :#*- 'w', ; ,.' ,. -. '- '40 ; ,-.,". <>'tf..f.u- ". '. _.' v Thi' 'Ji n1y oneif Boorethan'four.thousand. n.1''Oth yirfieIeI. ,,.
in'England'under the.title ol'the. :" .Tickets $40 Halves' S20 ;.Quartera l't-. ." ft" .' .., cases' -of rheumatism'that'Dr'TownsendsSarsaparilUr IDry.Goods'line lately received. Afa'R .
published $10EIghtbs&Y'
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'A t. ".. The 'most seterd 'andchronloycases ,;
"Foreiirn.Quarterly'imd: "Westminster being :, : .. ; c:1f d.t...V. ,. .WH.-.. P.. DE".
mHEsubcriber: wishes .
hire iy the '. t ,' t'o
p. : \ in fact a union of the two Reviews:formerly. -" ': Price of wrHflcatesVcf pacHgei i In tht,above"Magnificent ::Jtftf :fromr'lt"JanuaryJrieit tnrBelor'fourgoodnegrdmeh :year ore.weekly eradicated' 'r ""bf"1''trMrdixiary ,l.t'-'l-e. t. '. .. .tt. :"
% :published reprinted]i undeivBeperate4: ti Bcb ,'ast9Uo'i:"; '>V*'.. i"a .' to work in hi&ateam" ., : "rtnes<:>: r--JM ; i" .'.' ) J. ,. < -. 'f"

; .u a.'.. It has,;therefore, the:ad ri tage-by: this .A cctJficatoofpack: l of:2&wVol. /,U,, '.'bt.pl c ro "w hlcJUbeta1.wageator sawmill in. :/ DJt'.J.vJ%>/'DIi cis5T &lsiAia>,- pt141S1! j" .' "' -1 .BO4RDI14U.. .( .
ther.wilibe i: TowwsBflB JpeaKiSitr. 'I:have .-.1
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ofuniIngIaone'orkthebestfei jtjckets .isf'&t & SOObOAS6nalvei ,
. 1 ;. combination' bodi IssnedV 1'_ -- Do I : do "' ,,. .- .. :.t.." (..."..."...."i"I.t" : '. r i. .w\' : (. 'terribly. for5nine\'eara4blettbe" with the'.rheumatism. SUBSCRlBEB nld i. ._, .
or as heretofore ; / \ ; ? 23000! ""1-" ;
tart". P"
"Do; : :i'r- !f 'f.:: "I:4' J S. i. D. COLE', '.eGJ co tI'iFbuld no' "'f.Ii' .:4 u ;form.his:fri!dsa24thpibUc j_.
It i1. all'the above >6rkgwill $ sleep
of any"or J. '
Four 'o ,25quutera'12
copies 00 "
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I be sent to one addressbn payment of the reg* dO4,2eIgbtbs..6; : 50. : tainsi'and ; '
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I ulariubscriptioa for.three" -the';fourth.1 copy. A earti&caie of H.package wholes;"JW entis: i ',:,4. ;. 'tN8r.ICoB." .;.k" 1t' >FI-6\i'-" '; "' '. tny four bottles of erft terobl ollea:jl JuiTensed/ :of t i1elll'PSt'find soidtjbo\ .
being gr&t1L ? I.: .tie the!holder,to ell 'er$442 that moy be, ::4Lperson3 indebted to Palmer.'Pcrri.by' : jour i Sarsaparilla,and they have tbxtteW tovisiWcJbusiness '
) : oiDay'tavpefl
tonerneine thon
: TERMS. %- drawn by:the t ent.y..l.' *ticket seamed th.enff '.t1' ot. *lottgnge, nrJ; tn ifted. .I. .'\-:fani8tf inuah one thousam:rbeiter ..dblLirs worth'ofgooa ,.' ,,pleasure,oriealti.>Th!.b.. .
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IL- Fcr any one'o'f the four Reviewa''J; $3,00.per... '.;i'. .pFoportioE I of halves. ,' 'juartcri. ,.and t eighths',..in'rt' that. J"f;Yrase'A'y4 aC D1r .i.: not. ::entTrely'JreUeTed4! iY tt-are*kV'Ub'er to 1,Jus am? a new'bne iai}4.bI.; been/recently tef LInvalida ,

I- ForWtwoTdbx ,- :5,00 ".cc. : .authoiie&b.114. .tC1rece1f.1U11. .,. ,. }.mo, f.1ion :..j *I thiifor tbcf benefit, >f th' 'a1Biat 'y' wn.beTurnished i ;with rociE*
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