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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: July 13, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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; ATfORNEr AT LAW. "',' the Con.Tefitloa sras flfaUy V\contrlred to Live(_,'tl:. of nT'I'JJ, astiiteaf whatever::iThewvef : 11.i-'l'BBPROQ.ESS'OFUSUllP4'l'ljN haw s ? ,:.1.' ;ofA>'tr; l'1ft.:8eari74,. "1.#liJJ
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ntoreU:01uc r:parties to,thecterritorial' aettt+o have ; r .- '. OF' ii sappoyt cf tfc .aH t. be defeated. b ; 'f .
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iTnIL attendee Circuit ,Court iifthYtfteni } CtaK"W : irons'the.Conrenlion. -; strength enough to:counteract:and.defeat:e ch'otter (. 4 8 ,ndo 3ts Jk1 ;a refractory:OoamfEs.r'. '. ,- .: .

I'f.. Circuit; the 'JJnited' :States. .;. ._* : 'k? >. y ';. ;'i their':il. gthwiirbeex'jrted.':.. for, h0a4, -, .has &eJfollovlDg, .ia poxteatBew/rwa. :.. :'",,Neirthe fUArl JJ.._' '. ".! '
tHe argued that the rhole of Califbraia ..1.I { :J':' T k* :i'.. v',' '""* --s.I.qt: ANtext *
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Ourt at St.. Augustine i-the SupremeISJut >1S"'Itil t"1 rtlfrsJ' **'',**# *' > :; i' CO. :, .. % any Tutorial bfll era faitafeUie defeat of J
Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims for: e tq the support of a vpopulatian_ of' ,''nearly;, ", f< MnMwjgra" ::africi oY=the, rbiU/nasleft)! i ?t ; t.'' ) ,- irilot i..l .t < tbaI jwtffieat.'BUV Hie fem. ,,,,,&.' .". '.c". st
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Sasa ia any put of Florida again*the Gov-' twe>ty millions.JaVJiw ye&resome.ten .or. the dtjr;:'aauid has paired Off'with' +Mr,"Bebae-' r. Far .defeat. ,ef.nu.J8&bill;wDl eltlifb&e. .' :
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either before Congress txenty.ctlfoeths'Wl"paa anVoreTpowueace iian "who' :,.:rI. aA j1tl of'Delegateshasbeetf/ called 'OftJaeCa1ir' '
rtneat.t Washington, ,: yeasrsiasfienbatiTilliioiarota; ; .pa Jb'.I' saa -. :. t
,in At other. House. .with herfortrorfiftyBepceseaiatiTw. aad fceltl, ._srhich formed ud .
raatheDepactmenAvi & Bering ; "' *- ,I' ** learn fromth bead authority that;'-as 'i nat&eli',8t. ; pjomalgateds a desp ratfl and exdtiBg ftrng>,or"eJw .t ,. .
: : ,=i d Mr bf-.Vft' MrBerriab On Conatitationfortnegoreinsnentofthe Stateor.M f the h '
Kss JacktoxriBCj East Florida. ; ;nnnterV 3 ,; tion* ,elafOlLAft.r; .thA' ; a
a' jMr;:1Lstookthefl0orandafer-*9 -spend* and Mr. Mpi3on of florid c v-:will tote again thebilir New< Ida .'>f:The-C nvenUra'aMeabled:at Atiou bide, and mgP".ft rs e.-, .' !
I Jfa1'U, 1850, to tug ashore time .Et eamtiieseasto ,; santa Fe.U ;(15th of dais:and the'session: ; 0 .
"7 '* ; The'bes>sHow that reaD mane for hf s,.Of the three SeaMan Basted, vbose support'wonld i L,.
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"ThelSe aajournei' bill < lasted eight (nine';da 1'.. in\whlch timthe.: y
leBOBERT BAKER' ,, ; were the question takentodayj$28; for : ,tacordlng to this :
1. HeUSEO) 'i ZPBES1WTATIVES r it and 23 against i./$owarTer,just at this time, 'ConsUtutibri' wcs framed.which would'go.'iato' the bill,"we, are quito sure that'ODerJrfr.ilutn ;
aclu.Alle, E. P., Mr.ebb of Alabama,coo ed thai(he'House ':, operation aboaiXuy-.. tfce. .boanOaries-of the: '
ihere:prevailsja sort of'pftnipflert, ;'and"very, will._ not;vote for it. ,'.d we very strpagly,de bf.whether ,
[COWCISSIONER OF. DEEDS for Alabama, Jfibiutia Committee the'Whole'oa the.. '.deep and ails the future:;:.5f:pamo or nopaniey I State were define and slayery prohibited. : Mr,Berries.nr. ;') _.Morten;:eaa b .
at ll the Boo t1 Land" BiIL. J! : .,: 4.; / The Constitution'wisadited oo the'25th :bi .
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South C Carolina North Car : the &Bnat6rs hivelgpt to come to s brought Jo a1clUJ AU' Mr: >fcfi'""positions I
Georgia, ; question wasputani carried.in the affirmatife May: .fiOeea'4aysaAeTwards election was '
-; some;time or other; They cahnot. airrnnaway..When to aBead> ,"tave'beta:'' w-Hi'.C'.aT ;:*4r
flioa Virginia, Maine, PennConnecticut ; f p reas 118, cays"76=:and tte'HoW resolved :. ; thqr.comeitpja:? yote,-.some of:then [.T to take pUee far metnbersVof; =;the;Leg. ature. ''win yield nothing blm,;wb y:Am$& he yield

and Mississippi. itstif into Gowjaittee of tine Whole,-; (Mr.Ricbudsoaifi ;find excuses to vote for,the biD;though. 'now..apparently .Two Senatorand.E_prescntatitesin Congresswould Ito Mr.'Clay?- \They.adapted MK HaWsiLtnendmeatprondifig =. '
t&e Chair) sad resumed the. ecu- hostile toIV. vlwppose* the';Senate nlsolsodn1>e elected,'and eGfortsi would' farts>prospective division I "

Jin. 1 1650. lyTD'RICR Sid 1fttl n.t-C the)Bounty;Lased BIIL .' ,will agree tojtbe.&aaiyote.nextweekv: '.*& be made to take"their seats.daring* tfeepresentsession. 'of the.SfofrirfCsHforaia Into several States of : .
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.Alter ntueh 4tscaS61ontheeommitte 't : 'j :
; ;l1'Oted. The tariff itieairi' in both" booses ma -It'.ls convesdejU:siiebut;ttey'rrjected an fiend-

II. D. KE > down reposition of .Mr.McLane. as ftn a-*, :thought,come to:the"resciae of the-bill-not forthcsakeof }tMr.; 8tiVrainy Judge Otero,j.and Hciuy:Coo-. _waking a politic and''nastaral 'divirfoncftn .: f.

ATTORNEYAND mendnient o the amendment of i&j.Hubbard.1' the /o !protective.jdu. nelly. areafltongthemoat prominent, JcAtjdidates, Tmitol California by the line of 31 deg;

Various other
usseind reV'ctedrwlien that offered. by Mr: +I'iutaneiozsfaill,?or foe'.the on-of MajorB..II.:WitmaoC-;for ae.J'tors H b" SD -, 'essfi tfaDjrdyfB ntia ;Igtographieal character r

c..ell.r 8' Law. ,Miller; (agreed on by the caucus,))was"agreedto .California thas seanion- -* -j. ?* po&ed'tbt'Uop'B'Smith the'present. delegate' and t atioajbutwhieS abo divides'that pop- ; '

as a substitute for.the bill, 'and;whichu\&a It may be,with some Confidence asserted 'in m Congres;would be:elected *to the":House.of U1ati on which desired bite flseftica of "a,State,, : r}

TinLL practice in the several Courts of the follows, m: Sv" regard to the H 1 that iEe Senate adjustmentbill Representatives.? --':7. frota tfcat whlca wmi sanJmocs aTerritof.:

VV Eastern Circuit, and in.the Counties of Be it c/tactedkc. That each of the surrinng will'not! get. .single Northern"Whigyote,. I' Thbb hot. .., LMoaioe'Proclamation n (3OTeremeniTedev of the bill have. ;I..',.

Hfllsborongh and Benton of the Southern Cir-. ,mmissi ned and :norwommissioned''ofBcere. ,rzceptinyirtiteof theTariWInfaenee;;and few bears date the 23d'of ApriJ
cant of Florida. mnsiciana,.or privates,whether of regulars. ,Toluntoers now feeiiere'.tJJit will bare pgtencj to actuate a' May fortheeltctlonof, Delegates,'toassenible in. :gtoh to regain as;a single State, and'that; It. ; ,\. '
Tampa Bay, October, 28th 1849.-nov.17. I rangers,"or'jaBUiai7wh9; performed 'Northern Whig veU lieaawiiile the Southernfriends Convention oft the lthof thesame.' It appearr !'ought note to rest aizL They have taade'proirion -' .

I military sernee in any regiment,;'eoinpany,,or. of the bill in the Housearelilingpif: by" that theyjwerein session wee. .passed.their. !.? ia thebnlfoedirldng >t'herealtor into ..-. ; 4 '' M
UAB'E8 P. COO. E StATTOR..NEY 'detachment Iii the serricecf the United States '" Constitution,btdlt-adopted,'and elected State 3
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'I' ( platoons 'and.companiesby delegations States.>'0ut they refuse to:divide U.D01rt' J
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in the war with Great Bxittsin o'ec&red;bythe' T e.q estioD"iS siD.IJ.:adjustment Legislator andei;it,;all bylie;UCiiuof--June. <.when the whole thing Is in power.-- -Theynsltr -' i '. -

Jf D United States on the:18th.day_of Jans,'1812,or< bill to defeated; 'what'nut? Congre.-l11 ,And,this,ina. eoantry where" tiiere arene t1Dl"I'IpaperBj that ttieee embryo 8dUcarslian remain under U 9' 1 &*-* *>.Bbnl i

C..UI.r A .t Law'- in cny'of the Indian Kara since 1790, and each then,:.Iu ivy opinion.:r/come convulsive nbVtelegraphkj;nor stage8nflrt"e*:: guard iao..ahjp of tbe-WUmot Proviso In the Cak1jforaiaCoa \ -: ; l

--. of Jke commissioned officers o'W engaged agonies,pass the appropriation:bflls .toIdao\h ,tha nJlule-paths.'?aTflsniacife | matioa.CThua while they.sacri ce' 'f 1 ,r..

TTAVING resumed his profession- Will demote I- ia the military csrrice of the United.States*in anahoin leaving the Territories to;selfadjttstmcut -. that thewhdle.tttag.iias t>een?ebncocted ,and.; .e UrabeUtion,they/a ioi:aabaiat7I3 ?

1 himselfadrWe1to its p i&roughi- the late war with Mexico shall:fea aatLt1 I for, ;:dalibc3iar 4ie oft, Utah and;New carried through at .Santa' Pe;;and: that;as: anexprtesion .to. entreat tieaup wrt.of;southern. .m, at" ",- ..
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K&the Eastern Circuit fFkma. desire monthy ; tc one hundred and aizty. Mexico,whist a matter"of eonrsetj.'unito under, fit opinion on'the part of the-: ermi to tibrealea ir61.'th.e. i4I.'. _1)t t "
mares of land ;for six months1 jserric*, to Is the tion of.NeWrMexico,UUa h .:the."emp.' coBsGtaeata< wari ";
JclaonTille E.Fla. 18th 1849.. ; ; an independent Goyerament.Ths opinion =. :their ,. if9measure'd theauceess tf:: ;4
4 eighty acres of land; and for three racp&s,str- of the mostsagacions public bere./." title character. of.r.h'is. ,':as .e1 earuifsrinis.. : iga 4 to .tfcar:voaada'.1. : .

SPBNCB & BAKBB9tt0rttt rice,'to forty'acres' of landfro' gy4 ;the. .person -The folioWWP is jwpy dsiAot cecirculatediii Chl6wirw.' .P.n -f--.r ".,Fn.' c, "-.":or : bleeding cowsSry. *" t"'t..j "-... ,
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6 at *so haiutg been in service shall cat.:tecelTe&SA the flat1af ._ tit1ia to jiii,--!_.- --'.,. ,This&ralUtaCti Jl1".med to -arouse" deep r ;.;...We.sec. otioir;Mr." r jTiratpaa ;vote.forthisscheeajaor ._ ..: .._,_J
J, 1 Und,or..any part UIareGIt tf aI ejprpear :" n..oaH of"B presentatlyes indignation thrtra iouf the'Southt' ThtMoatgoraeryAdvertis6r do-we-'fieSere he will.- Ererr: ;

Jaeh..r.al 4.. na. by the must -rolr of his regiment aroma than who Ire favorable to the immediate admission;I ; Db.upoD the proclamation day adds.to tha odium wili wtidi it viewed I .f.n :
he deserted or was .dis bl1 discharged 'i of CoLMonroe,with equal awanty:and '- :
Quo of California separated from all other questions lntheSostfc :lfiAa isa freed 'et'tle Sct\; '
TO/ILL/ practice in the several Courts in the f.1'RiJ a aenr.icet.or.it he hssxeceiredor is enUUe4 will meet in this Hall at eight o'clock, this eren' truth.. We extract a passag*7-trOai.;the'article:' 'and never had. :Eveix.the" .Washington Union; .. : _

V V Eastern Circuit of Florida; in the'U.BDistriet ., to any land bounty under any>, std of Congress ag." ,.*: *., 4tIi'aDZ nan so blind as not ides what must has never ventured to give to it any & approval

Court, Northern District of Florida heretofore passed. The'war will begin next week.. necessanly flow,from this,order of the Military, than such as it yielded to sQauseo&spiUthit I

fee Supreme Court, at Tallahassee;and prosecute Sec.2. That eachcosad non eom Mr SouVs amendment was'rejected by'i ide-. T ri1or.ofll Mexico,:a inl'.ud directing is foiflSintssesary to'svagov ''It'is, the .

rhima before Congress and the.Depart- mi&simnedofbcer mttslcias,JQP private for whom tided majority against it, tfforjt.. 3 Absent the handful f people of that; tt>rrijtoryr at.pt.- :itaaole justification for-gh, .

manta GoTcrnment at WashingtonJos. provision is i&ade ty the first.section;hereof Meaarsi'Bradbary; Borland, ;Dodge ,of ijowa. tc tiier.withaj pJJ1 t090/f|' Bataof.2w,to lug up all It baa before def ;dc4,. ptmg
.McRoBEKT BAKER. &SI'ENCELJIlL shall resistor:certificate or' warrant from the, Macgum; and Spruaniee. ; ". : ;,'."i ". forma State torsrut} people a which Mr.: aUi t..b.U dadaaedYepediated. And u.

.'49. ftBfI.lP Deprtteiitof the' Interior" for...the. quantify. of Among .the .thirt y-l x?:there.;njbeteen Clay recently- showed-. ia the8enataiwere.totallyunfit expected that time will concentrate Souther ) .j '

c land.to xwhicn he may be entitled, and;whichstay who will probably tote agajuost,tha buL. for.' aState Governmentp' ,butlOJDe' tenor support around a measureTthus..condemned by ,J" : .fi ;
? VBAttJACKSONVILLE .. be entitled, and which may be located by c fifteen thousand in ttuniber:-.epeakiagaiforeignlaflguage Us very advocates/and bfavor.'of'whacli Wen, : L

A'lf J mmmY.NP the,warrantee or his heirs at law at. any land office LETTEBFJ/J,1UDOB'81. 1iiEY.. p. catijelyidnoantof,' of the United States in one body,,and;in '' r- "-' and,laws,.stupid,semi-barbarians and nvage&. S: Instead of sappoyt,tea is maturing th .t

1"U.te .at iLl. conformity to the legal sub-risioDi i of the public JacaasoirL, !,aisrJnnK:, 1850:." alargeportiun of whom inhabit thedozoain eta t

lands upon any of the public'lands in such tT4.tM Editor; t/the Mississippi d !<:;. -. sovereigatate of this Unidn;jB|s inaaj estby =:==mmeat ) :. I

F14, then to and ; 'Y this proclamation. .Can it be supposed/ onemoment'thatTezM ; ,
district subject private entry; .up : ,sadresolntely"njralieaaitial; .
TT71LL attend to professional business the return ot snch',certificate or warrant, a,J):A*SIB:An-opiniou ePressedbymeina itilIenbui 1 t to such.win OUnp '. _1 .Vj.
on au'D. m. :
if entrusted to any him in the Courts of the with ctidenee' of the location"thereof having letter,to the Hon..H. S.Footer;.approving s thptaD ?JJ WyVif-we-were judge from the tone ;' .. ':0. "fV, _' _,' s. ,' ..a' .s';SxThetatsb3aagettlltitgnbliei '
Eastern Circuit and the Supreme Courts .at been legallymad to the,.'General Land Officepatent of eompromueintrpducjed into the Senate' of he press*and Q(he*;Governor and other public -' ."
iiataaatly.eeaserfs-
by the committee thirteen. ,. is being used'as officers ; she ias-now on;',the road to Santa' _. }
: ,
TiHahassee.. He baa also such an advantageous a shairbe issued tbe refor. In the event evidence that the South',1fould, be contentdW1tli Fe or ia organiaiingfOr that GeB.Tayl0r iua acted wisely,in eoicxpeesr "' .--m1i
connection with an able Lawyer at Washfogtoa -. of the death'x'aoywroigismoned Bon com: ; thatpurposemilitary liagJUe-.dMuIiOD&itft eet matter'of&adispute -
a
City as will ensure a 'prompt and spee- missioned oScer,muiaaaor; private, prior orsubsequent the. terms if t' ejeomjjrp.mjse.That. the opinion force,designed' .to..a.; em'Jritorjt between tlz e r&.aad thel3oot3i. 'E1't .'
frOui, 1
mav'receive ah w weight fend her soil part of the e
lj collection of such claims as, may be.placed to the-puiag of this act, who shall that I. chosen President of the Nashville President; very, erJadotOeL&W.dw.1Mt ,).". s"-
.was the
fe lit Lands against the'United States. not have'received bounty.land fcr.saidjrervices' audthe'-inrere ; ."be eJJoikdStateshas'ordertd disposed to settle the qaecttflo.'eveast the total ;'.
i
'Conien 1 .
Sept 8th certificate warrant shall be,issued.in / may to be formedvinto a State.;:sls it dot as clear as ,
,1849. lyAKD .. a favor like and inure to or the>enefit of his widowrProvided : drawn that a majority:.of,the.Delegates.concur the noonday suisj thkt if the plan of the PreSi-. sacrifice.*te-oliaetoallast Sfcp fiputi.to.get a.n ,,:" hlf }
ottheDe.
Territories
V .
J. .. S a .1I.t1:. '." she was married to such'officer or sol' red io approving'.the compromise. The reverse carried ont;that civil war aausf be the result He has distinctly'esbuclx- announced.. ',..al.-o... "..J.,...'f .
however is true. The Compromise had but few And if a finishing'touch> //wanting to the "
AtTORJEY AT, LAWHATISG die&ejbre the conclusion of his service, and is ere wasin favor iaaedialelyidfflitttco New Ilfeex .t" "
C0IJffSja&0&, in tbo'Con entlo. :And that, ? .
"-Provided friends ( no: opinion enormity of,this .usurpation,,it may be. found .
unmarried at the datewofterapplication '
removed his office from Colombia' farther that no'land warrant issued unvl, of mine,maybe used to destroy, iniwty de in the fact,that it i ) tilted wi the ses- ::and: CaliftTak a* S es,: k&owi&f ,they :
Jecksonrille DuTal ol .the ation'of the Convention 1rOUW.';.itaJmMted ;.bocoueantl, elsv ',
to County gree'the sion and
i force of Congress; %hile the questlori "of aD'
of.this act shall be laid .
Informs his friends that he has astfoated -' Bertha provisions upon further ,b ,- States Why did h&n# prepay sbq D yi ." cline
eiplanatios
pedfolly 11 theJJnlUd BtAtes ''.to which:'there a, may necessary.; / organixatiott: of*:;T mtorial GoTOTnm ntIf jr '
+ with 'in the of'Law hla: any land of : letter was written at tiule when it was aise 7 :Was The afraid to do U t .
him practice The a this 'and' "ftfittiemeat
:
: which territory,, *. of boundary .
shall be a preemption right or upon' the& belie I that U he hand recta
|Mother> .w.&WDDllDlI.- believed as well i others .riot.ml1\ y cJet
: and cnltit: tt as bj with,, ieuad>x.c.Qsic1eiatJ b W 1xidj; *
:tike &cw Abe.ftaroaated at each and thembalibeaiDtLtasl'aLet/witfe the of*uch' eitkry."tobe '' here but; re that:tjtw XJenventica'=fe- And all this ia:)dene by a;Preddeat, _wjIL the i iat line,aad given the. -weight. of.hi. p. ._
.tine a except consent to Jt .JUtf feera arrie4 witi
trery term of the. CircQit Court in the several the land offiV .went wonld result ins total,failure. Some..ofthe declarations'and .plfjgcff'I..n tert'f1'Jmce <_ great ',
to ; I-
Cwtoties of the Eastern Judicial' CSrcu L-Thf .satisfactorily. proven, proper'.** "*: States had declined to 'appoint.'Delegates;; 'with'the appropriate duties of Uongressristereotyped = Ibe W : $ aaded = :a

County of IImft,1toza] in the Middle (SrcuitHe -' .cexv.. '- ': .r, %-t. ortgagenlettoraaaiof- i it wubelieed: .the Delegates. appointed,by others upon Ms hyocritical7Jpa., ./*;f V.T.:.,S notthe Sots J; ht:to izpcttraeehof '
all gales .
3. That a m -.1 aio S&e sasUtded ader tJvtt _
y .
Stc. '
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Supreme Court at T.1'acI .the .would not attend, and everywhere great opposition Tblsi language is notloo strong fortheLL ge -.' ,
iT.S.Court at 8t Augustine. n attorney,-orotbgritist, ofwriting ,ping I 'wai_lainifestedrtowards >he.measure.Jt ralsentiment.; m"j-to ..totemilitatTiuoeaof.
V 411 aestrute to they care wMi to affect the title crxlaim to away''or oetr':: I seemed impossible; rally:the South |n Jrin- etas3 i1i > ij Iii: f, j ee to fek. satlvaTKC "
1 UA herein-before provided for; made i exei; ; : ; ''prabablrirtetl .d..,, t.IIIIW..J..'_ .. .
J" [ Wash ,
Tie .
1'1... to'the U. f" 'ar dJ tJQg'.otWJj81.t4> RdriCeSfrom. founded. "The executive'of that State .will1 be 1 r A'IJrI.'-\' y
'ear
iutesl .
Mdris IP.A8..W.SANDDSQN. Ufitate swIU ebaaL&toid to all Intents and ington City seemed to dispel any hope ofa"creditaUeConventionand'afiulure -. likely t look w"Wi itmd' I 1'. _.. \" ._ .- 1 <'{
JacbottTlUePaTalDcWAAL CtJ.Fl&CRAil : couldhave;, :inocthercd'ecttbaa die ectiotr;'bfore ht'goeg t4 the le i.ot" ,: .H' 0
ftftrpqsea whi soever f nor shall such certificate r. M trxi BXli-rriNoifB;The di. .
.the i.btAiD the rebjr be:Ioitffeeted ; :Jta. : encourage';; eon ames,._..-. ons: inganarmyz t But_, It isonljranaatidpatjlosi. .of
LBS+ or warrant, or .l.U..1.tc..t. ; < -J'\Ll, podtwaof tit.3 orte nkiaAowardstbe -
the'Soutb. iooaTf
; .rith or subject : t. : -t4 what zi tome .?Xeas will act asfee&Jf rM
.AUCTIOWEERt #' anywise .. by,of, or' charged debt or'claim incar- -.'i It was iJIob'J\i; ,&at+ the.Ccajpromise wasthe ihatBtat4.arayald- o haxs a!.a gt&p, paL 1 .Ni", fj tA.. fel1ewmgdaar. '. .
: to the payweat> aay b .UiaUoald p9saibly be I obtained: 'so. iDa led officer of .1riti Jl.\wPt.> _\ > 3
SAC1l8ONm J.B..P. red byxu.cioSctroxcoliiierprioitotlio': $ by an tbs-aiiijr, fc ., tT.kot..BwY.. .. .. .kL.t ,JV aat.-
>SALTS In sUf, tie County attended ed,'I'was distinctly informed.'Under: cuchcircumstasces i clams to t lier lawful!>oundaries'a Iferifce- Tr \ :__ : "
any p tfee.:beit5t J
.. Ing of.thesatent.;:. f ratid4t, hjt s+tid'e spcaiiag of the de. WleetelateBeax
Io "j ato 1i
: referred
, sad respects 1IOUcitea. MI fte.to'sly rrho la "|;wrote the : ,1JD' post of erecting a State ; the.> .yery l capkalc i of:
I of this act shall not f .
I I _JnTmg Jas1848. firese&t.CoagreaJ -! reply topae whAe&AOAtaine4>bnt a Syllabus of, t which is One1)f herown towns. >The! attempt Is ; '.' 'Si" "" ."ait.J, '
'memberot.th. ofthemesureL i.W& l 1. : .. .
; ; the ot h tTitig ientbe indeed smonstroui-thai. .U,Isdifficult tosanT1 -. : 1" ,
' ttiaCh'jgosifcsoa "
I AGB3C*c' '! :r h.'A.I ,Rh 0.. >iBatyitn"ex j teffingthitophtloa,' -.. 1d ii JT ; S titl ; h t
I : ,. pesoGray.BIaQ- 411 GOb RCODeeI.Yra.tJ J.teda. _. ., .: ..
I 'OF .. ft S .1'aihdgr:tb. tI. r' .prep I did hot intend lo 4miv: that shed South.' ',;was edoar pp 'f. :.1i.e'1'1 a d.ottJIe-J1jaW e'j'r' .:'_'of theMieeo r .' Yp

. B8. S. S.. FITCH'SCELEBRATED w u. 1iif.be bill of. lie.;.: _titled f aotMag irtoiw4.1d7 _;the 5lai4ii, i 4i8B M"'a. I,' ';"" ; .
, dons too well biown 'jtitnst the ceRes bb>tawaJI'3afeadliser :: :
sub' :rights *
w. ; ;are. B WW5 xa'CSie of thq yWS |t ft
icr :
MEDICINE.Oocghs .The bin waliredejed. athird time j t>$e UM ngibject,of:doubt. j-.bad:ze pegtedlydeclared cerecogmiyedbyliaayebis: Otd 1'.s .$ama4 -. t ". : ej; sr i. f :: a
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; and,beinrengro *s read : :.ihli' the'South aras .U > tbia'whetf-'rho. ssatter'thnJwas
tiJ fiat Egi tiU A -4' yiy .t.Jii1.7 /
,. > ., passed..co a vote on yeu j dttamof 1tiJin4hd'ir.- portion oYthe'new Territories. %N', iSijRpe sd lyda ioat oj > .:. "_\.'. -_. ..; -.-r .. :.

, car re cf Catajrfc affaraeatavea.*,. ')-" and30 ititiie ro-' .,: .- : that letter Iras written,; ifcrffM&riile} dmga a J UiO aasia i deflbeptiori ZA;\CNe, ; }&.VWM>- .-t.- -._- ..... .- : W.- 'n....." ,#'. \ t yN
CoosumpUon Jr I 1 &C"Hol hear, C .:Itseaemiahutzbeendl V 1' : L ',._ r -
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, .i lJem.DJS Dyfi .-.v...._.Uft;$ ,Iatdi&aaaewIva; new's ; alid.te4.u4ita eadjJ t is ion ..rNi w. ': t..1.:.'Oe. .. N"Jn J.Ooi'1 \ ,'.i n ., ,-..Iwl.t.t.. al, .'". ;-,.- a.

!/St" GonorrbFe opt ._A Ad.ee.r A f'I"-.e.w. teatjng';cholerseii eeea that the South ia all is toher inns and ''centinpd!.t.Mdsa 1mMM' hew" a"I' t-I' }."I ilJiiIt. ", ",.a. ...i'.. .. .:-,. Wrlaaa I I. .

: ; 'tS ., i.I ''Ueeffuses, -thjcotolnbaie, .a: ,bi1Wtt1ti' ,,,.. her rightTheConVention. was tolled foe the B'lIt..W'an;tywtht. tes".of." -"eaatsnc 0. '.; i ithaadlieieboaadto bIf, !.J; "initti" .- !. -t* .!'.".' i1A f. .
\Q9m..f & : .t" .Lat." a..J ;a. the Southern States. .to eon| I ,. tf., .,; '. .:,' .
4. CJ ..UJ .: l purpose of enabling thick, apdgvfeh ".4' : u."X ."' ,' '.. .
4 > P. :. u4 "'baD.'t ltb3'ows cult .-theia.d"obo,; ,other's:sentiwea lip' 1'.0- '_Z. aeui .t .!.. .Eekof .. .4: .,., ,.': ,' ." ,_, 'war"

S. S.. Ftetf/Svpvrterii',ShoulderLee 'M4i ant inttlsirefre shin '.w 4Ofe scatat, '4fterinU daaUberMlomtheCoTntOn; toan.that i.kft: ).._. .-., ...'...It.'W'.*. .,, ..; ":2' ,.. '. ;.. 1k. ." ..

. $rac6EIsll .r < ,'. ..-'.- _. ... ..1.Jieit 1" 't9 -'B'i .by .cliYi: : .eJ.iG;J .as?Cofis tatioo 1. ..>..-. .. ,.'... .=.,-..... ,.J. .,"."" .' ;,,. '--, ..,, ,.
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finil. uj ]. _; ., '_.; ,,: ,.i Qi ., '.Wch: ld vebai.. 'P"f of'Cahfb1a. :;i" J.i1 .: ; rJurr., .. 'WitW.i" .. .,:. "'
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1 %e Jtie sal8 of > ftPIO 'fR. = : i ;a ; ofThosel'
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Gj vciiton'bnngingjournals'of that city T&ni: ,? presjat| ipB] Co |fe | a

tot1ie25thrnsiant., s JACSONVflIt3LL13jS5O tristL bouslyurgeitle Southern
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I Heavrraini Lavfaflen lntbe inte. F -: xepudiae-tho4eep rouon9au.. ; mo 'tp;therrddcgiitfoa| "uIiti'r&
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rior within the JasVtxvb oT three weeks. IiIIN v:1'd'cbiiductTheitIstorv. J -r
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I ;Tlie Washinginn Ranger aay s: J3 EARD 4', .

4 The Brazos has taken a second jise.T l. i z !oMpco! !!' upontho p

T The .river suownsiiigh .as it was a : tonttbe extreme1yoblig4to the to those who wouj iiilst become ihe'aubjeci of!u d'flrq

t.I 4 1 month since. The pUntairbn*'bT'Coli contest f V
Death IL tkU ,-* -fo--** t-- -* lVjtii}5j' "" *
Walton Brown and Messrs.
I I Major jBf trie tailahaweefwtperB.wi receive \\rnl\ I ,The ;Major"conll.? ou,prevent h _vOthatpatri 1deV6tiori; Jo tho'9.-: hibec taken-tjie first
Lockhearts, we regret idsay, are again ? : .,_ ""* :- y; iv T ?-a.-"' :'' '
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I overflowed. VAt the melancholy intelligence'pTthe( death the 1le ti&if, orObut1te *niort.wmch' they piofesai** thywiflirozn. movement has been made"-

r San Anto trio the sura-excess ;of pf the ;B6it, W.. H BRpictENBiioijaH, Tied hia.best ; now tbt hhiljhti ; suspend I-- ti 'thr "IThahighestTmbtiYes --', cfPs oC'.right apoa'wMchth

I water has fallen, 'and tjie river on'one' whorexpi in' tytbelESt/ li; : which;al 'mUd seewi1Liievhable i ;d'f'Q

::1 occasion, rose 4 ve. feet ina' day-. ( 4 o an ncbor ah ad. Sl} the 1ar *\troy' *it i37.Mrj .-
I consumption Bt the eaily.age fl _
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j thing before unknown re. tolsf ; : "AT p"T i-i ct i %* >- *-- & w V' .
The Austin Garotte BBoci NmiotJSB had been>lo nfiBubject jbs. i5rather4yTheUOfl.. theslacquCstioni to\the northern maL -:} world' and :.nine soverei
: -say sWe -; > ; -J. -* V i \* tjT- a"---i f>\>< -i*?* *t* '"Sn *iJackgon ijoritywouldbeOnourpart

. : have hail 'rairTfdr the last'ten to. tliislfaral, ?maiady, anl4 it ivas* inv Morton! !: WhaVabiwtlhimTDidhe ; : %t&submiLt6- ,
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consecutive dsys: and no mail from the expectation of deriving the bene-. V Major ajjiproVeohIsj., JT |- A4V"'fc'" .<"**!'. certain'degfadationjand, while tosyfclS flue ce; these easuup

Houston for nearly twoweeks. lit from x >our 1 climate> '*iv that'he*v( ',had jjj" emigrated ;7 andrSouttiern' ;"l.'trSfearoiotrat stand"* L in 'Congress* '':1" iWeI :all. ;.w. : cjaim_ Jvojild gihVblve; Jn liberations ciseen4jnay of ess
We learn from Captain-Conner who >- 2's
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Florida. Short however aX has .. all events h / did; fl9tay: sacrifice rights iti; interest otr their befor, goo it.ca
arrived here on W-ednesdmy frotn the .-. r. xp.* --A; -H* 'i vf sf- .. '
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been-his residence his distin- so Butiperhapsitf honor enough for, AmnistakeiihelJefin oiIIissen.sions for\eiriLvedts
4P Waco Village, that :much ilajnage'4; has among:us part

. been done by-the high waters-in Brushy iifshed. talents liave been called to. the Mr.> Morton; -> *?v* oberccogtaizedby'>%* --t .- V ? the4 f. grosii ing out* of former' party con- at its second meeting a'be '
I and other streams running into the Bra20S ; "oasis'gcntlethan if.soye are Tsatia- t: -.: Jturhcd lor and:
. public seryicp In 4niUny.capa'cities.. Ho nections1-ana oqr 'profounurduc1ance succor;.. | fd|,sif
I i : ( v- ; ,. 1 -r -'-- -A t.ii fl=r% :- +firtLViMitn rtSji t/->-- ** -t : *'-,'!
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Ii e.. tbendaiefthe-union ondall thatIustai wnatever4iuicu1ty the.
Several had been held thes'ev ril offices of Senator of : -- conni
plantations overflowed


r I houses swept oflT and'whenCapti the western district: in the Territorial The meetingsecmstohace. been re- tbe- -pdipiit- of sr' ntcjc S then-tafnmidf**?Thfr whole,&i*Sj

: 1 Conner left, he belief prevailed Legislature,-President of the Senate, soIendentrngootsayingLAmcmgother x. -, which awaits; our, adversaries. But doubtless :cprdially'aj9PT[! -

I that a family by the name Oliphant, -U. S. District Attorney for'the; virestern. capital and pointed toasts-we'find it must, *now< u v be* )sern that we,,aYe.upitedj v resolutions of the connuinindTjlin ; ;

: I residing on Brushy, had,been drowned. the following gem-"May the Wnigs
.District and last itsnext
Representative stJxI.
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i 4 i .vjf. p and veCfthA *exe sO at ent
t A letter from Bastron that the .
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says __
stick :,until 'the vdriye z _. 4
together
oUbe Stat As States every be iio. abatement in the difflii
I : prospect for the crops is good in that 4n Congress. a : wtM h ny< 9iXtmwhichwe \

'. rain. man his abilities-were recognized even Focofocpnt'fOongress! purposes of lhat TQftkTei
: I quarter, notwithstanding ; .. are threatened must soon jjri>.
,
The Santa Fe affair is causing a good :by bitter political foes,-and with--his .This- -VdeiciHUsI. !- "May."they stick- 'd-ucesuch" a!result;!%And .again: :t ,_ .proyided 4, r-;- Congress vhich"feeling puv

; deal of excitement in the country. Ttie togetHeir until they drive body
vhe has always exercised every right questions'o1'ihe
own .party a this en tire and perfect .union of the la3tEntlcn
Austin -contain Maj.Neighbors' ?*'** -- *t- : .. :
papers out of Congress J" This equals "all $* J t'ij t" >* ftf- ( -j J J -J" J1Souih
influence. His' oratoricalpowers
of commanding was aevet aUained./vIfAtne>hple bforc4upcu
; ieports&.and proceedings a mass "
; probably exceeded those,of the world and the rest of mankind. tiohV**" ,, $?
meelingf field the'State-Capital Chief any number of slave holding States.,, should, ; -r-

; Justice HemptiiH presiding. Maj. other individual in the State; and to the The NshvaIIeConventIOn. "' never E3 unanimously; ;, agree t>pon- nny-com t:"tJpoii'thi' recommendalion Ia

Neighbors says that most of the opposition last, with the insidious malady preying LETTfia OF COL. B. M. "PfiARSON. monmeaureofresistance.' y 1s llt/ and believe every Soulhernc St i

: be encountered Santa Fe _
at came uponliis energies he still the wise Nashville Tennessee June 14 1850.-, I. t ii6
was
,
from Judge fioughton, aotmg Supreme supposed 'all woultlsObthit: I/is j my ray name amongst the n e
man of -commanding it its. reason Paul McCormick Esq. Dear Sir. -*"- i *','i't'j It will be seenthat the
getuus, Oony
: Judge of the District, <>f Santa Fe, the :fi r m conviction.. _racy;_would, ;aonV Tbera".
: District Judges Otero and Bobioa d ,-withering in its sarcasm. The The Southern Convention having would be found- r4 meSttes'ex; tq; pefCd- termined" write,,as itilbe Conei
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the officers ef the 0 S.army. Colonel State.has lost great Statesman, and closed its labours under highly auspicious whichframecm' the.consttutby 1 "
continued and still
by increasing. ,wrongs J-," f ,
Monroe the military commandant did -- -
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: nut at first Kjpposi* -organization repeated instrllpf and driven and such'being the case,.each S :
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As do
the country openly; but tots proclwna- The New Steamer between Jacksonville my private engagements to desperation bv the/deseilion'of. jmay without impropriety, end

; lion for a o9Mveotio soon foloxve\J! the and Savannah, :not" permit mete' retornhome' '''"i "< ..imraedit their'- timid- and.v time serving*/ associates-* numbe '

!i insurrectionary appeals of Houghton : to mingle with those, vli6sen.tents elf 1 should be
We' gratified ieanffroni who, s-fttained 'or un&ustained. :. syouldga4Iaitlycminitheir happy jf Florida
are an authentic .
others. ,
: j and Mnj. Neighbors says of I have represented her to-yoa j'-n" ** --- k double treble her
in favor of that and ? destinis to a or. delegatib. ia*
: the movement a State GovI source a new splendid i. *--1 jt.
as President of the Convention of East .p '- ? '
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I t ernment : Steamer for this route is now building righteous God aridtry the;rexpeTimentof ately,upon any.principle which, ot

At the meeting in Santa Fe, Mr. in New York, and will be placed on the Florida, from which I: receive tny:appointment secession..' 'In:such:event the' union make their.joint vote a. true-i-nfom.
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Cunningham, U. S. Paymaster, presided line next October. This boat will be as delegate.to this Conven i is gone. unless" theffleceeding. .. ,.States. men/of theopsnions ,an3whfcSS: ii-
Ellison -* i--1* --T f* LW; -
and Mr. tire Governor's lion submit the 'brief of v. --
report my her 'of the States
in and, accomodations could be ;reconquered.Suppose theattempt peope.-Som ttt4i
equal speed
1\: Private Secretary and interpreter, acted to stewardship which my .position Would 1 '. -1 i v. >.. ;! T'"f*' :* late session the
pf ,
| as Secretary, and Judge Houghtonr :any boat in the Southern country. She made- a civil' 'war" "..certainly en-- Cbnventioq :we
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to require. ;-"t> ? ;
was the principal spokesman 5 and out is contracted to run not jess than fif-1 seem sneB in which'every.m would rally to 'k ere represented ,hy De1egatono

;: of the one or two hundred persons present'a -' teen miles an honr. She-will finish The Journal of the proceedings of the the_*. 1lgl_ :* .he-.t.t-*i1id-t,.LlOa! ,.fr ana**-'howeverthe "- Jf double r., 3ni i" tr'bleifjtot *.uadraJleI'
Convention with irs resolutionsandVfi' > -- t-v "-- "
| large portion were the ,
enoployees ratio the oMisSias
ed,iu the best style, with handsome -- i fr* tide of war might turn one catastro- propose by Sia1te
of the Government, in the Quarter-, address to the people of the .Southern} .. ? in calling- it together and suehi14obtl'ss1
State-Eooms and ihevitablerTblbod would ,
master's and other Departments. every appliance that plx would -
Stares which have been pri tedlordeiof
I have no hesitation in saying that comfort and luxury can require. Such have,. been_ shed- 'sectional, hate; would be thB(-;casatft:3: _: :. ; ?
Convention for circulation (
this movement is entirely one got up a boat was demanded by the increasing are have sprung j upland I -i.deeprnaledic.i ;'z sion, it similar cause'onf the 'paHjuf(

by the officials in that territory, and not travel and business of the route, and herewith forwarded to you,, and I shall tions icrf ansatiafied vengence would per- Florida would add, to the m'oral lak

a spontaneous movement of the citizens take measures to.have them generally >j J la "" and of her
; ence authority voice
I informed that the we firmly believe that it.will not be long vade the land end preclude all bojieoffu
am credibly reported distributed. They exhibit the entire '- ;-- -**
meetings in other placesw.e. of before others of the same class will be Lure union. These are:results which any of the ,delecate questions wI
proceedings''of the Convention-,which v- 5 : *iit**?"+ \ / '1 become the subjects future disca
the same cast. Orders were issued to required. The 'whole travel of Middle nayoccrnaespteo1 *any-- degree pi _.- .- ;- : .' .i*
the Prefects by Judge Houghton and now await the public judgement. and decissidn;"-- .7
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; Florida znust'soon: be attracted by this forbearance on the part of a 8ingleStaie. 3 -
the petitions to the governor for a con action met with my approlmtion, and I ; ButrJ am full'Of hope for tete
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route and the increasing celebrity of kvthings.
: vention was the result.In ] cannot doubt will prove- satisfactory to a feiyevena Thieperimenthas Keen t Wand i

my intercourse with the citizens of our climate for Northern invalids will the people of Florida.I We could not do sing1Saate.mghtmake* : x'-v- i'V:v it is found that the Soulltcan m'A
that territory, I became fully convinced swell t ho amount of travel from this ** i f- v 1fihi consequence from,which we -ouldnot
I less and it was not thepoper time .
to '* community iaerestanda! feUw-
of the fart, and I believe there is not a source, fourfold, for six:months in the 'escape; Neutrality would'-be im.posthle.,1t -
do more. t ffy1'S ****"- ship in common dalnger las snnlpartytfesVhjtbipnglit
;
person in New Mexico, if divested, ,6f would knot benouii ; .
prejudice, but what would coincide with year. : Although I left home; as you know, rit, i ,- oa that Her anh-- *

I t me in the belief' that to do away wiiK It will,. gratifying his numerous withltle' hope. that tbis/Conyention Southern; State/was willi ng'to submit er,and'-thValonevas..necesVarjsafety. :

and friends to hear that iho commander of she would)be required.W1'uinih
the opposition influence exercised well -
would he attendeHjOr be able to accomplish 'A union of the South will|
I fey tfoeUaUed States authorities, Texas the new |!>oat is:to be Capt. McNELTY.His.obliging and
nd without any important-'results for 'the: men mojiey tp subjugate her without a convulsion"that honoriJoandhdejnaence : *
could at once difficulty es- and gentlemanly deportment
tablish and exercise jurisdiction over has him frienda South, yet,since I ,have ,, witnessed the Southern sisters jvaQse cause, she of equality whickMIjfathers

i I ; the whole of thatsterritory. I find ma- won many amongst harmony,and calmness of its; councils ha2" previously prohouhced' just.w"sdur fram dr ,'Let, the1ipur".be ;
us, and we heartily welcome Him back, : '>- ? i-* i.'V >F "v' ; t'i '" -' --- & -'
i of the leading C itizens willing to acknowledge last hope therefore not
I ny the dignity and firmness of iu>,action onyfortlieprc.vation harnioniouiandjirmand 1Outr !
ourclaim and a large and with hm all the success he EO well *? '? rft.e'S <''r v L -v""
por- orccur honor and nwarilland.esh
aridconfered freely with the delegations pur rightsbutof ll iuee&1stiithe
lion iif those most opposed to us have deserves. : : -
J other States Iam animated with the -union itself tcongists 'in'such of selffah
hold of land that front action a aM.
t and large ,
now grants -;> % ,, X A <-* < I*" *' fnatical

J They acquired from the Mexican government Ulnj vPutHum's,t .- "Oasis.* ", new-,,- :hopes- and inspired., 'with. fresh.., con_ .firm"t and.utzteddunselaas- /si'- '*-'; --* sv-y jrv;'? mar v -. ,v pre- major ity within' conslital
a short time before the war- The following toast was given by fidence,i in the ultimate attainment- vent.further.aggessions.nt-The. :action limits, secure"* our"" "rights" "and'p r "

ii Sosoonas.I ascertained that Col. Putnam the General It "1 Cbnvejitrori55ha Inspired, and thoiTnI9n. -
Maj. Surveyor our rights. may wthX'uthbisaid1 __ '
i :- : v ; ; s % ; Jkrfr. L.a* -- With : J.remiib
Munroe regardjessiprthe: Tex- 'great, Respect ;
I\ is, had,issued hii> proclamation'for a appointed by,the "Galphin Cabinet," that.the pride and glory of Jhet:South justifiesthehopeihatsuch'uaity; -., *-- ,Yauriend- and< Set-

convention, 1 deemed it unnecessary to at a late party demonstration in St."An- were hejre-;-men whose fame i is
j remain longer in that territory, as 1 gutino-By Mji:; B. A.; Putnam. 'titled. ,4.with. her_ history I and whose 4'. elvati'orofp .- affording nuguries futresuccesIn *i TlieTroable-wiib-- - PoriuaI-

L\ could in no way benefit'the state in s4lIIing. Zachary Taylor -the President of the raonaI character must silence; iti; bje, tsnone imre 'graiifvfi ., AWi inionc6re8j>enqent; of'tbe4 i iTillftCo'ariwfariuslies
*" ; '" v *""*" *"*- 'rto-fP m :*tr-t" +f-S -; '''*& ''' ? .tfiis'ihierest ,ri
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than behold **> -* j* *
calumnies ff rf
people prom'rjtHoyihdicateiljeir rights, all." -* upon_ their, motives., .to the'gallanSttjfTen.I -; ment: ; ? ,. i-'
: iWhenfiUch
: He accordingly protested: solemnly t -f JF > J -
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and preserve their b nor. His administration men J"ullyYsnstaihedsby ai"freepeo 'tiesseehitherto sojnuch misrepresented rf. Jto Uie President's.Ir Aahaaa jMira
of Texas
in thj against-the attempt '
name
& i'-t \ k X/ongrwSjTie sTilled Hmself that,oppo *(

sanctioned, sustained, and pro forms*" --"-refreshingoasis.- y i f ,: on' the l ,land j repK nj i -nine'jioi .i-onthis>- i gr- Southernqucstsoncom"V.l ty to inform tint body, that our relation,jf*
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moted by the proclamation of Col. Mon waste of our political desert, to' cheer reign. States of this. .Union,: unite.witny ingcordiallyunto j C thetwor andnleJg- .Portogal wet of si dt < a'natnr%row&"||
: -; < "i'< UiercfasaroftliatGoTenimenttodo jr$
\ roe, to roU her other territory' ,and, took; and;to gladdenvtKp-Jsye arid ,ihebifeastof one- heart-and one; mind- m*j demanding"only j ingers1fthrougb weaIan& 'American*claimant he.iafgfcl find j|i itratabnVthata nto

4 .. his departure. ** .- ** the'patriol. TfiefSurveyorCfeneriv'is -: wha" $ i' to4oubt? 4": thCir Z stan_ d byie Southerir asters. 'IsS'M'; '' akaubjeet ofspeciz1 coiiwilcIthin1
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: : < yvalship ? ::\, :-* '- : .iitbicbMrcIa1ztiaboont1iePsrt:
t INFUSORIA ON. FUE, TJPETU.-JD>,'IL IBowditch is,no;JdpuoVVa: ; veryi refreshing ccsa-wouldhe.tp[ ; ppy; t ie p'ra'titieaI'iefieieney (-& maintVnadciortn'eifcomrao t i .., ''

V in Boston,* in paper-in lSil1limau's "oasis" to the -gallant. Major. i, *ahd he,, fQuriyBJe ojpgoy' raaraUo, |3S viWobserv' hSfcato the Stat' --es._ : of theA
hrli- : ,
::1 '- > >- tf? ;
Magazine, has given the resuUs, ied rot'tell us how much "at cheers ". estalishjquility'ror.. | ustce.*?, ;. ; ensurcdomesttc- L.' .- represented- an4. eachpdviano1: .. ,mem v :niitW9uid take Iac ThesebbpM' -
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lola microscopic examination.bfc and. "glad dens his eyeand breast." nftef lfijnj the objects of its cre berotth e several elegations were k i' en wee not realiz4Judthcrfsis busT'
.
: cumulaticns.bn teeth of 49:;individm #- '. -; */ > '' -\ V : i: p i ;- cw which the Preddeatanticipattd at the tow
uals, mot ofF hii1ng'- id thrqughi .the aocofoco"deserV ation) ,Thets; nasjnfjrJbateyeKmay } t '.4 4 e; tirelyunauirnouamn 71 anppQrtQftbpres.rt. made hh first afl'niial communication j to O*
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lar, their careotthe teeth. ;Animajculesand where nBcup"bf 3lpap1' was be'biirto ol ; .-- tbatthi'! slight gre I iwrn tt at'thezed 1iyEjpZ--
ZS ZY? r' '- 4 .C .4pbjectiouaraisedttheamgurnentoftbe- ; ; : a kia cOted whb the aMP
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vcffetabluprnductswerefoundin never"pre8en edto.. ;hiSi, ,,parched -and, -*.the* -*' ssir-1'' *-**->our-- votioirrfo i-i*, *' : .'r ex* is-t' ; hw compelled:Etr.;-Clay to dema d hia p<
7 'r ri? JV'y > .J -.u -
every instance except two. !Inthobe.k longing lips ""During the Preaidentia tingrforrn JtherTesuU pf4hetfpresent and Iavbnbclr1naeqfeV4l;
.i cases the brush tvasjused tHree limes% ; :: f-?' -". fn/ft ,*iV *'&" V-' ; ,|t ; ) if >i -; *' -' j- i4.Sjf -' iks'; -b communicated to the Senate.. Thai
canvass, in.order to the disinter- etrugglewiladetermineuvnelier our States :proeeedea,"rather-from/a difier
prove that special cannot b amattainktioxi
message
ami thread wasj ; [ ,
4 day, a passed through i-t y- i <( % t ?;% >-p i-'v -- Vt / ** *
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'etin ;of whiggcryflihe beauIfuifederatiyesystem enceof stevvinvpniQseoogythan! from iri'tb!
of/re Miijor 9g vern.M.
ll ,teeth daily. Wiiidspr ajso '
p e sbari'ya$ .' 4" >**' it*. *s"i: !- -t'3 fVFTm**?& S w JJ>*v v'i "4 Taj1orba iouhtjjusUc tq Ameris !

used by one, ofth se two persons dcclepubli; y anaepoatedlyhn t mentcan,' be maintained. I ts :sUccesa ,aaywantoconcurrcncon- > &3r- -*. 'li--theconclu.'; -' ,-- ti f th PGoermea4frit
t with the brush. Dr. Obadiiedvii >: of indliuI7fsrybI ,
"hovouldaccept noc1r9rn the depends ziotonly upon the.integrityol
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I rnalcules, and especially! tobacco, which r f 4' :J :- '- pElvei -

seemed to b without cflcct' > Soap suds' ,WrtStjunvaMH. ii v IUCl l V'A<;lU OW.T'K.VJt. But eign'Statesand Lcnnotab dan ;tfil t eM h.ooM sinpicy, $rb'fflcjlii'ofthIs
I : : V 'i'w VH"ijff--v /-t.T .-Ulittlp / r *?lJfceBtW r--fftsi-r?:r ** > J.R.W.TiT -An-
and the hlorinw tooth-wash,, however| w .'oast*, "- looked so-mvitini*% *** of4heJe1;
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; were. nqtent\destioyeip8i | J'refreihingand the hjMstj aigiatfK- doingjgsttce.' 4. :rItbOul e u.otbe --(or. tativecdweo.ttenccad(5BaMis( -iovor5te' <**: nitekwW

T .- ., std Mijor gottefl'Lhatthe agriecdortiou the tfa w s* '' 'QcitwilJinneu Jffr
::2 : - -- -- > -T wao aistancejhasmagnanimou&lyancounced the conjlderation cf Po patlw1fldmnldes
4onfederacycontainsa
Lord Palmertton in j : *!' '?' '
receotlratatcd
g er histl ongrand toilsome journey over ppitipIarg t makauztreme kxazn1iintntaj ctd
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'Lord.Boss 9T pi j': :tir T i f i'' ind pirtsef' ; niinolsand Indlaiis! wiiritfR : ventilation, '- jt .f t ,
considodeJ ,th Ut"afflicted toita _" '
conmuttee'to *' two oblecta ini'e at in theT rccent'tnilaxg urge ltel.cIh.
ODFiyed itself'lnto ler mu K'J A *ia.g--l'rtio: -3 tk*1: Ll.y' iVA 'vXI'' principal -,, : :
'the. dut1' f: 4 }t' :?Iruabfthewater l" ifie"i.. ) !'
1rii-ii .
leiPg &t & 4.
of 6tmet61thi, _WeaL', _
th '
\
) ..' Cbnce11orecher "!ii I ,.!J' p ducem1c gatEeredrtoge1lierju1j the To.tbaeeeit1tkEUMATLgr !

ibe P'ur.bcna.re4 detherno-, il. t i"'nr; cbi t it'J.I(miflie sI:1 .money eittatmi heib 'bk.... _."'i- iJ .!selling; ..Uouse1i I3nQkexceetIeperbpe.1I.auyestAbUa1meat:;in AiniHci; ",To.Jft. b gtrsthirj: ., .1nTTT'D"t'CJpF.PRr:6''L.'n ,1IiS:., S
.tl \h Uf. \
ttrJ1D1en',qn- A discussion. en.' lal'1t': i."T'tt j1ir.t, 1t', ( ,ed the: t.m..'of t -'The 'traders- :f''. :It Uo i&Pe ti'd irsble. :1MaS which Ioflsis:'arbtrsio, woul4eulluggt -l l I...:' ;' '.
coantry Gioney country .
41TI and e goTernmentCh1nceI1OTVtC iiiti1 "r l Qri'" -bei r t r i :; ti lio, niifrieads aid Uaatlaet1t'1IL1Ylrtuea beHetm- '. : Irn"ernir \."
KeHouse aebteirttfi,5JmCl
get nothingtopay
,. .. ,' ,. ; oo.the"t..I' JEf' do '&bFbU Y rU U r" -v. 'hebaveite .. ur e eh&e4'"." : '. : S1
P"be&teD--the I ; not see how the wholesale dealers hi the.Wet '
*
.'':. .ions._, lI'Grey AIiin : ite.thiTCon is1OJ l'-u, nr8D .rlp1) r will able O.e1B. ;East4rn Jitbmtieaaithej.mtQre.V'1 d dt oJ2i h1ithith hii hifll .ted i::,. J'*ttat*.f*a.-ih'f"..abe-.' '.,'I'' $" ''fcimfkrty. .>K. 4L'* '"" 1
ib-i" :
the '
t.h it IS mte1J.tloD endeavor continuance of.tneir favtjnCt
thecrtiernment Comm.ons 8top ill post; om.on SatuVdayy mowing;;Jl a ,:.J:a6dexV: ; uao'erstand..,..,,tinatrngaino > ,.. rt".are,.. 1 .* -". ''' *-**- -',fa'afe,. 11Jt, *.t.*!***,!vn A*..' nT'IIO''k'' .fl! ;.. : otp I.tfi-ere b @t .. : .
'
to tended with *;" ; !*< j ; 1"t.- qU4g. -
to' )1"pi4.i.tl, scarcely:equalled!) : : :.t: 4,Jn.' .9-.e !r. ;' .f- .t, t 1-p1 t 'a1.SmfiThe1r'dI6ir. .
f 1Dd" inqutTyTt8tOt4e :plate tbatrin, I U0hi6)L oeel this Cnliforniamanix. This, ,:," .. ,,J',....." ,_".""tr'Jl". h._' ,'3 by ( AIbanyhlwayiaiIago. '
the mails nlmorenjent There ,snd n&es.wwtInttoTIdi
ctiCt.bl to stop ... .. ; .
"
with "
!,je n t the Jossottbewheatcrop trill_take away .>r-.ar .._. ; ; '' .' .- ; '" eH .4 nhe < r*
met but foOr ; : .!" : -
This .has were engines,'l and the" ;water. f i1. N- otice.Aiuto'Adiatr. '' )/ tt ,
i&tbe'&. .at least 520,000,000 ofeerreaI7 ODeJ 1 And .z.ar" : ': '; for the comfort and pi casur .,vM _' -, .
:" .
.
.00'no'taOr. from the majority of the'p'. hnd to be taken'from:'the bay* at:'considerable : what is then,left.lo 1.d1: 1 "Thrfhog prodqcthas $ rsind'G uar- .*'..bsOUfldinntanhI1hoffsb.God w. .etf- S

*' the sale' of encnmtJeredAB 1 : dfstau'c 'andjwitb;: j I(:;);i .good all gDne forwdrcl'andlh6 proceed? an, J1. '.dians, itho' have< .naffiled'their.annualc3i&fdrthe and Turkeyi,'and.bestre *>vtsr Ihog & L, I

bill to limit ) : Ucipatedr r It stomeaverydarkcIon4ii; present year,:arehereby notified ,d oln ttiai "
rf been introductd ;imdst rotdifficultyv; ,; But ,tbe'firecould; ; J : ..tatkli-ill.at'
reta.nd has the business,bommonity and all that if they do act forUmithlconie'forwardand -- :
Ranging over 1l tiitheir -
,
in \ aent1e. ,.. S .
tel i 4/1n the House of Lords. The:,obj t'frornsalealt not have e* tayed* by'; ucb:,:.means; 'PiQ.d ot men should t ptth ir satlswell:'trim* .present them.for settlement as they are,re? .'f, .ConveyahceslftiotiiJACKStStlLLB" ''ec4' '

ce bil1 ii to exempt t&t notLoTtgeato ,. veifwitJl'i.hc: ier' facilities ;{rom the med,of theyidlVbeforVrtKey,Joiowi$tf catch quired by statute to do, thei nalty of tho law.' ; .;oth,D.8&ING&tall, fins ".t..! _. .-.. _:_' .

r certain amount3 and fiuiigtheffm -j' corabusuble nature and of oxiinity of the Hick aiStorm'S 1W zmb h eiilD tl e bnslnes3* will. ,be rigHlcnforcedugainzt. ; thence.C:<. .': :B pe :.tmth .; -c-."V.; b. '1ODC' .
%- -*'" is .
: : btilldJD"p. : -' world for To.beware some gold dust i* : ;' I 'FKLIXUYINGSTONJ J.t Chq\zf nc\.S ant '- '- t.1O:00 '
: ", t '- ; .. ., _; .; us? I;:?c -.:: dgeofProbste Duvil t (
'but,where County.June"15 .
FRANCE. :J .! was wind coming lq.he'go1cl region, twenty ; I t.. ; ,; -..;. ..1 ; .
J. 'irtunate1ythere no" :at the dollars have .will back .- : 18M. : <. f :, : ; : .
the bill for,.BuppressingepOlit1' gone out one ever come ; : < : -p l"y.. : jBUFINOTpN ,&'iLTAN. : .
11 he Assembly, bodies .been.-Toted time, throughkhad i been blowing a galeJurngthCrngbt1 : and where one persons::conieS',JhomecWith-sweV I,t"tt.. ,:: "' ..JOy.N"'N: .S '4' J.- O"-' ;'- "... ,'.<.t1.)30.J, ,1- ., ;,- ..- ", ':;. ; -S .,. i
? otJCC"l.'tt. ,, : '
&Dd : <
and' the: flames cess/ninety-nine will be r inedbodyan&oul, I '., .-- _. .
The bill for.lega1Wng the1portation ; .werescarcely :," : ".
: F""p"sal' '
polhUyear. OUcnJ offenderabubeen pas .ekteinguished when-:Jf- If,they are notfortinatienoughtodie t. TJus. S : ac. C 'i5- J ) I

,presented it ex-' minced conk is a gloomy picture,but;I I have seen Veryiiiianyhb : odnt3anoncher sthAdmImstratrix'of .mJiE( l101rtug o'f bt. d I
,i entire u the government which it a retrospective; :agai. ,m most IldmolutorYBustS. > have been through.the .mill and;,who' ,teu the Estate'of,:JosonV.RlHogans,'to the Hon.JcdgeofProb&te -r\'"TheLow, ractait' at d atiheies4 ot S

ig the clause gaTe the from.the aamedir'j6n. awful. stones.4 5*: .*. 7' Columbia Cocnlyand'that; 'I inLtercontainiug: "rivfl Hundred :-acres' .

M._,The bill for hlled granting and wounded pensions'in the. af.. : Nearly all our hotels,and 'cafes'were : : : .., ,I shall at4 s timeapply; to said Court for'd 9r&oralthelOTrLpftUStSd.on }

"IItu&w' Atl.nIIIA- -and-' June was rejected by> ,'destroyed, together .with' gambling I SLATE SUITS:-ln- ;BuflingtontIo, =discharge from said administration'of said estate. Pab1oCreekn* the mutko-the: 8e)obi: ,
;of February < .'All pCrso interested are desired to take noticedESTHEBBAUBERSON 'R1t't, supposed"to contain *o>er TiroIlun4te4' -
I
reactionists thus obtained l citizens rwere
saloons which convicted
The them lately \'er '
oprnly disgraced
majorit1. ; ,,: ; '. A -includin isamafine.:bm to ktem '. 1)
siP trim ph. to the -of Fbe and if the loss chad.: been. 4cunfinded to, I in.the United States Court. tiii4ipj '"4 t-'' : '' ;';"V"Administratrix' .1'. lt.TotW4nid iJi ihe tfcfttj.of the -

working bill granting c1ases pensions when infirmity deserting overtakesiLtras them, there would} te .but little sympathy 'atid'abetting i the (ight :of slaves be-. '" .'-_AlIigtor3uneI5thl85, '-_: r"-..*"H:,*'.'_ */'6m;- <;">. .; Townof' lac less.o 1iiU Terms;conjg' .. IBrfricre"*; S ,

also passed by a full house. The com- .for the sufl'eieiievenin.. this com 'longing a:' citizen. of -\-s issOuri* : :/?They& ,t1" ID. 7."Girc i ; Court. '".. ;: more p.F. r or furthcr_. -.jrticul. loir plj\t. ..' .- '
Se appointed to consider the roTOsed great mun ty. With them it originated ; and .11- ;' .J' .r I '- -

l in tie salary of the President hare notSaoianded it is not unlikely,that some :incendiary; 'were fined-$29,( ) .. '-> .he:United. i :States- Eastern. ., Circuit, -*.ofvFionda.. .. UARL1SP.OPER.-.Ags1iit. # SF

acquiescence thlLt the leaders in the of'demand the majori-It hand applied'the torch, while smarting :Court at Indianapolis, a simtai :case .- ln"C "am. rv..' '' "'w .t.''' wt v *-:. V'-,.." t ..U.for'&,-ljiic; the. ,. S

,aid lteDd however voting,for the bill. Notwithstanding under his.losses at the, gaming table.: was, tried, in which :'Jobn l Morris i c r! 1 1'B Ak .T_ term, ofh'titcntC" "nit, held.at the J" acksoiiIleJuly&. 'y ,,- .. ..". '._ 3m'" -, a

L decision of the committee,a sharp contest isLfore That it was,the:work of'an incendiary coveredI,8OOagainst i ;_t ',Court'House Alligator ,in and for.thrcounty .1 : : '

expected. The Mountain is indeed there is no 'doubt, haying been 'set in one Oounly, Ky.,. r .of. Columbia, Tuesdaythe'4thdAy of NBW'.8TORE I .NEW:STORE :

as they look upon. certain citizens of I Indiana?for : MJiy;'Ail830prcsent; theHanlThosfDoug; ? :
CIp&nt&tthepl'Oposal several places in a building which for .,. > IJNDEBSK ED > ecfui iiflsmi
the first of a series of.irove- s8Jl1dgcfo said court.' 1 fc &.-,:* M. ; THE sf .
M'toing only for their end the legalizing a per- some time unoccupied.\:\ And a report carrying away his.slaves The cost*,of E AS'fKN ,;> ;. 'tvs. S y Public that lie has opened aStbrtat .j.
muTing .thercthlsesozy
r '
.presidency in the person of Louis Napo- : prevailed: Sacramento, on the the,suit were'about $,2090"re." > Bill. orDi'orce.i. ., *'. 'Wfe,'fomely oceupied S\.E liyS&,opposite&etort TVjfis.'B.Bess ?. .S
'> \ --V tII ,' ,-
who has effected to take great offence at'itlejtation day before, that this .day was already '.',MaYIici'RThavIrig" '. ". ',' .':,,):.-, : -'" ., and .that he:baa on.hand,ivartervrhicV *-. -at M1..
evinced by the committee. in ashes. But phoenix like, a hundred AMERICAN VESSEL 8EUCuIDBYLBgiT-: : been made to appear to the satisfactionof having been purcnased*in'thll tiiU' S 4S

It a recent tour throughout the proTincesthe buildings are noivijsingiioin.th se ashes ISH WAR'STEAMER.-The schooner'Enterprise : >,. the Conrfby'Affidavit that the Defendant -Markets at'exccea&gly,tm.rates,ir tedbIe&., S S .
will received. His
> sidfnt was everywhere ;Mary"Knight fesides.beyond the limits to dispose the'mo S -
i of 011 (atisfactcittr) S
somewhat ranarkable for their some of which,are finished and occupied .Boyd from Chagres -
bound
rAes-were of the State of Florida, and in'the State o -Among them, eouldezththe'ge, .
peals i for popularity among the workingclasIt And if von were judge of the to New York, was forced,on the llth Georgia: > '" ".* }\.' $ \_ ," "?!. ;DryGQQ- : :; olki,' ,. r:H-. ;

s prosperity of the city .hy the business It is, on motionof.W.JLIves. ,, EsqSohcfto.ofsaid ". r dsJ. fdt Sv3xeProvisons
'
3rs that in framing the new electorial June, by the Br steamship Vixen, from that .
Complainant ordered tna saidDefendant.
and bustle in its streets, you would never ,. .: t'rockery
aw,the president made n great blunder. lIe 'dream ,that such calamity had befallen Jamaica for Cuba, to'send her boat,;on, Mary ;(Knigtt,' d- ;appearuindplead, ,-
ever intended, it is said, that the proposed answer/or demur toj the"Complainant's Bill of t iD .
iaogcs should extend to the election of Presi- it.. bOard and submit to an, xamiQatj II" .Complaint.within four'months,,or 'the said 1111 r ," J 1 cY' :pds:. :. .' S

ent M veil as representatives;bnt it is sonnd \rrivas( are fully up to former reports. ( .and. the matters.therein contained. will. be takenf i '' -. .J,-. & ," ;;'A'a.":_ -S ., : .- ,w.
tis only now that he sees his mistake. Anoth. The "Sarah Sands" is hourly expected, It;has been recently decided by -a London' 'as- coFessed.- ,-r". -' -\ r e., A1 oi :wtjL, kt 'sold;at" ': wea

projcctof law for fettering the press by a due. has been heardof Magiftrate;tnat where. bJic'meetiul is call I And it is farther oraered.that a copy of this :have hitherto been offered to

amp duty at present is in engaging the atten- a-rid'port Nothing ed to discuss particular business, is disorder, order,duly"certified be published in some Newspaper S ,.Ife>raldalso.state thecomffmnitj. : ; I .. S

ion government. the steamer Chesapeake for the last ,ly and.a breach of,the'peaces/or,persons*to'at-' : .*within the, astcrn Circuit ',of Florida.! antention Adletoon: nan'd. at all times S .'4.

I.Thier! has left Paris to visit Louis Phillip- six weeks, when she was seen downth tempt to speak who! have' fro interest in that once. a week"consecutively the period of four PRO. _ISTONS, of tne.fequalify: afnllsupplyof S
.
e in England.: The ex-minister arrived on about Panama particular business.. months '. .. J *: -
coast, halfway taking _. .. I- '.' ; suchjxs, .- -'1' i II
well received by the deplo- ., :
hurlay.and was STATE OF, FLOBIDA ) ; .
in wood fur fuel and

utists and statesmen of st. James. It is said is felt for her; safely-the great apprehension Sheriff's' Sate! Benton .Co.-, Fla. Crfnmbia County.; J_ _85.- ;BaCpnfiams. ,',.oj' r, Hotir. ork.- ,.,. Lark. .
!9tki. Visit has a deep political change in : danger :I S. 'ClCTk Of the Circuit Court ;. II
t'tr:He had an interview with the President being that she,may be out.of fuel, and I shall expose' to ale, in. front of the Court I;in' and for CARBOROTTOHji said County;do here certify:that the Butter, Sugar;. OoffeeJicksonviHe ;'. ; .&. 'c :

*fore leaving Paris. A union of the two houses becalmed! i in the sultry latitudes of Low House: door of B nton' County'oift. tie 'rst 'above contains "a true copy, of,the,order duly *KbeiJi aei1d 1 lo1r ;Sh" .' '. 'Af.: -
t
if f the Bourbons is said to be the object of M.hiers's Monday in September ''en'" 'f (legal'hours made and of recon' the'above stated ,
California. But do entered on : :
we not ,dispairof the wit -.he Zithe&y&c: f-'&. ; f .
London of sale 5-
visit to the ex-King at following property: to. ; ."case. ;_ t. | *"f *. sv ; 1 i !
j GinrJin fins been fleeted to the Assemblyfrom seeing her ye i8s'the steamer Senatorwas West half of the Bart balrnlieetlon' lour Town-' !.:Witness my hand and.the Seal 1 JQSEH ,;I'J EG_ ,; -

( the Lower Rhine, by a large majori on the voyage a ,month longer than ship twenty six, Range twenty one-'leTied upon [SEAL.J) ;ofga3 Court,'this 30th day of \', S.
of Win.8.3a' ksoD to FL : May 4th 15O: -3 :" :', _
satisfy .
the Chesapeake has been. as property :;'' iay18.5Oi .t : -4 ._ :::
ty.In regard to the pending difficulty with England Fa.isSued from the* Circuit Court .or Benton .' S8CARnOB9UGH L .
The market is active, and leading article lator OtJohnPItt. Tust li cCiid .p i'P g' mti "\
,a well-informed Paris correspondent says:, County S in June8-1850., Am it, dajafrom .
[expected everything will be arranged from the States:are making good. N.SL MOODY. ., ..Nekokchoico. ipplyf .

ore Monday next in order that, Lord Palmer returns, Lumber. was not .affected. by' Serif- Benton.C'ty. ,: .- .Attachment Notice. l>rqvisionsiitonsistingpf : "

ton may be able to reply victoriously,by facts, the fire (except what was in it) and.itit July*2.* J8 O. s .. tds_ : : "X ourBdconIkYi taiG Butter
to'the threatened motion of Lord Stanley: is difficult clear the Ftux. .LIVINGSTO; ), Lafd 1
to frieghu on NOTICES ; 'CheeeSuar; CofFee
The Globe correspondent writes that Lordormandy's 'i1 i vsr V Columbia. Col :
efforts to bring the Ministes of mot shipments. Stoves are dull, the 1X weeks after date I shall apply to the 'WILUAM Pnitys. ',). JrjlHE .Drle .,Apple > Pe eheS '&C "

Foreign Affairs to some positive decision had market bejng overstocked. Iron housesare I lIon. Judge orproate )Hillsborough '(defendant an<|all others interested are L )., .-

Jed although matters were and arc still retarded not.worth. half the. original 1 ,coft.- I County, State of Florida,for Letters of,Admin < JLi; 'hereby" notified.of the'commehcement of : .. --Abo, !
'st1'7i ties bn'thc Estate"of John 8*Jam late of this suit 'returnable a Justice Courttobeheld Hay .Oil rainiOfi iiit
as virtually : ) lamp
arrange. But sheet and bar iron are i in 2 good .demand -,1 said deceasedMABQABET/* ,. ., .. ., : ;
Jcnerfcl Lahitte's to be County qt'\ the 5-
atAUigatoronSaturda of
party appears waiting ; ISthtday > 'I
There will be Lead .Gl : :
Tor Bare favorable advices from Russia.It at high. priced a C JAMEs.Tampa June nut and'to appear and plead to the same. : SS & 'S-c: i ,

It stated, on French authority, that the : steady though moderate consumption : Bay, July 6. 1650., r ". T. ;.: Given under:my hand and seal the 3 1st'day ftl1.ofwhichtis1offe.e( ::toiaaieat1hsl.e:: ;..

Russian government has addressed a political of these articles always. ; '; '. of May,,A,'D1840., caSh. 7 'i "- ..... ': sIay18lS ;' :

note to the English cabinet,repudiating the no- Every ship ought to take in .coal-bal'.: For Sale. : '-WM..BaROSS.' .- ; .'. -IuSZlril-. '.,.. ..: ,A.N, ,'Imy

'OAth&t British subject living ia Tuscany or last. It is almost impossible to supply A valuable Tract of land, called the "Home .-. Justice,of the Peace.. ., .4.' :""? ., t._ : : _i-.' .
foplea dnring the late revolt have any just Tract?-situated between Mulberry Grove June !, 1850- r ::3nV.. \ ';" :' ::- .

:wm for in demnity for the losses they sustained the demttnd here by ordinary shipment! J .. and. the, plantation: of "Henry'R.Saddler Esqi. ,-, _r; -: '. .":. -NOffcei1; ". ( !;,. -.1.

during these disturbances. The Russian and there is no other .article which,answers on tlieBt.; Johns River(:containing Two Hundred At1i, 1inl.trat. -.: ..,.'> -WOUceVLL .- ,- r BBOUQBT&O: the J il"oI"Colum1)i- f &:-t,

Minister observes that the St. Petersburg cabi- the purpose that commands so acres more or ; \ perxons indebted to stAte. Joseph' I-.. county !Ea t Florida,'an&'conraritteAf: .. ,ii'. .W,

let completely identifies itself with the principles high a price. It i i. firm at '$35 For. terms&c.apply toCHARLES' ,Vaughtlate Putnam county' deceased, : I. .tothe Jailin,'Alligator,' on ,the.28ili.,. -
which have served as the bases of the contact per P.COOPER.Ag't.forWm.Baily.., .are requested;to .make immediate payment to ,da7'ofApril. l (, a,1tegro. ,1a oL. _. _

of the cabinet of Vienna. tun. : ihe. uiidersigneIandth9SehaT1DgClaiZn3 againstthe says his narol* DUBLHTtfcat',te.*bcloma '16 ".

There: ia nothing of particular! interest JacksonTille July 6., ; 310.j., estate_are.hereby notified to present .them: :WntColIein; oiist5floEd.' 8ajcllIert01a-t: '
As ABOLITIONIST JOB. The revolt- ". .within the time'prescribe by lair, or this,notice about 23 30 of ,
following to relate ; ,and myjast. advices were, > ,.v or years age1,, t. ,red.1rl"1'- _
ngaarrative was related recently in the .Con- will be' lead.in bar of their recovery.v. and stout Tmilt. _
recent ,the steamer trntlshaliclosewitha 1 Court SoutherffCircuit'6rFloridaHiilsbor6ugh : .
May
ieeticat Legislature by the chairman of the so (by ,) Cii, cuit, MELTON HAYNES. The owner fs'1'queste4.ro.Ott eJ. 1" : .
ammittee with for short letter now ; : v *-- LAdmioiatrator' charges ana take him '
charged an application .di- Co ;'f'waI. ". ; : ':
;
rorce: sRespecifully. Y Qrs. --4" ?w a -vj* 1 > Jacksonville June 1st 1850.?'. -, .: .,,9t. t ;, : -' ; .T : : *Ii;!1. ,

The Petitioner was married at the age of 20. .. ,A.F.D, ,SUEUIlD BMcQoiftE, Bill ,In,Chancery,, .K"I''C N V ILL 'B' f AllgarMay-iso; .;. -r. .. s1uT "
A ..... ,
.
*e vs. ; f--
was a respectable and intelligent young la- ; DiTorce. '*r J-i. i *A > J1 ,j- F :- : .: "

7,but owing some peculiar circumstances, Correspondence oftheJBaltimore. Sun, .". N&rccv "cQUJU't l' ,VHPLrduItb' S'T RE.' ..HUpELANws-c-.Ethere4 gyra., : >1" -
er mind became affected, not to absolute insan- ... ORDER AT (!IlAMBER8.c.T.appearing'to .a? ; .-.- .

tofcatshewas in adistiacted' ;;?and'In .* W.&SUINGTGNJUJe,27. -at *, : ,'. 1850., f* "the satisfaction of the Court, "_ ,flrI_ Building: : -. : 'F rsae' by.: :. k : :. ,t.t. ,"
*
his condition came to New- Haven.cn fl''js.to. / 'The jr..fate.of.t the. .compromise" bill wiIiInow by affidavit of.the complainant filed in said -. BATTiEr". ." ', V ", S b.2J.1800.. .' 4: ..tt,4, I ;**
er sister. At this time site became ..i.tro ; ;; 'r : imi
acquaintedrth decided. It will SOnn be deter Court, thfr.beathv: mentioned defendant reaidesoutofthe "'f i i 6i1-ti) ,.. : ... .
her husband,who is a colored man,through State 'Florida, to wit in the .PilE SUBSCRIBER; ;would respectfuUy inform 'i isti r '
n date I siafl Irr.ient:1D- .
hU.gcne1of a colored woman,, who was em-- mined whether there: can be)any.adjust.raent : State of Georgia. It is ordered that a'hearing :, ".I the"citizens of Jacksonville and surrounding SIX J nt anCjr encnei5 to tie Jad : 'of("- ,,- ,

toYed by her m washing. 'at a''}.}; Verydeep; anxiety prevails! on the facts b'\1'gcd.ln said Bill be had at the country that lie has openedth'above Probate of Duval- ; iorra Ho'nv ?
finarsettlemenand \
coBnty;, .
Her husband had never proposed the match on the subject. \Wha tever.be.tLedecion '. Fall'term, in the year eighteen dr d anifif-. establishment with'a Tiewito sell goods at risasonablc :.ask a discharge from the' ttleridinis S # \ .
IOT had she; but one evening she was ..invited'', that of this 'rates,.believing that a."nimble penny is .
provided &
of copy trationof the .
the bill the.r vote ty, sald.Conrtj estate of Join '
ofthe Senate on : USaunders,'creca- .
the house of her washerwoman and there ,- order' published iri1 some/public Newspaper better than wow shilling:.":::lie hareceiTedj ", 't :, .' _C. '. .eF

ound a company assembled, and she was inarmed willbea, 'close one. .It is dl 'tccJajm'ii : of this State, fur the space of three i months'Jit and Is constantly:rreceiving the,most fashionable lateofDavalonnty S. .' ;' ,MArESATh9: .; ,, '" :

that she had been published, .and tlioEertsenthd ,maiority'pf: six, .now that.so'many :least, before :the first dar;'of the.saidterm'of"said :and' latest.style of Fancyand. *' Staple Dry. 4 :,, s3QWLiNi3.. .l' .' : .I .#-" : .rAdmidstratrrL-.1,:' : _.
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) come to see her married. She contatel1 have laktn 4heir &* t-,1' Goods,to wit :' Iw.'J' .. ,
South r.n.Seuatos Court., % ft-t+ \ > kS nTilt.'Yeb'ljy i ,' ,
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and the fifth English and American Prints ;Ginghams; ; .;.. .' ".
ceremony WAS performed by a stand ,the Missouri Compromise line _Wirinuts tiiy name at Chambers, this day ; : "-/
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uloret clergy. Her husband then carried on of; Lord bnetaou- I,Chambrays} 'White andColorea,Muslins j"*" : '
t' of June;in the year our : ,1imw : .
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er w New York, and placed her among'aasociM .. and withan.explicityileclaration i -of tiurigbtap.beeiecieotZc8Ch *;and'eiht hundred and fifty/ .Embroidered" ,Muslins;LinenTJawnsf- ;. ,. fi. ..-. .l1 l.t .: :
Uiat were very disagreeable to her. He;; : ;: : ,side._ Jit JOSEPH:B. LANCASTER,.. .SilkTissue and Ban';'L'C.Handkerchiefs j S T k } .. ., 4
ot to Cilifornia months but haS : .. if;taken I: ...)Silk and Cotton'HandkercliiIeiSfv i ?: ,,** : : .
some ago re-, is'even possible:that the ..votes,. Judge of tne Circuit Courtfor n; ALEY i HlltLtUnD -
"nCorned.. She has recovered, from,her in the absence of Mr:.Borland and.Bradbury -4 Cotton Gloves' ; Lisle,SpunSilk, and Silk dVr 'f.-:. --, SAY'OON ,' .. .4- ".7 : ..
UQe1ngIo ,and looks npon her husband'with' '* ; Jane. 1850. *' 3 1: ; ,CN' '1 and C loredIose;' T'"z . : J.'f, :.'..'.- 'J W ; If ; : .. .
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-and horror He had received JieiC.ncr: ,, Sebastian.: andlnngumthere; :" '.. :", ..kliaIf.floseic! ,., -x _. ... ._ .. .. '

we of her application .;ordivcrcebu: ; did ,not I'may .be..a,tie',vote._, ,:,27, to.. 27. TheTiwp. ... > BrowirShirtings and. Sheeting, : .mmfs i1ccRmBR JustXjpcJtte-oXcjiBAt. S -
ippetr in opposition. / last named Senators have v. 'paired' off. It: # .- :. >:Qt .., .. 9'T._' .Bleached ," ,I't."'"' .. *- ". p.- JL '.Bmi1 gorth;sid e" na door: J_th* veorner A'/

This hea41y negro,it seems, ,was not permit-: ,, J-' : PROPOSALSrwilL'be receivedAy 'Iris-Wnens;:silkc1iaeHo, .. : f.LTBKXTY-.street,;"a RSSTAUBAJfTA -". __4._ '
haitherefore become nportaiitiquiry : SEALED :
ed by the white devils who had set him 6n7 to ; 1g Comm1U e 'of. ,.8fc Jobtfa'Seminary'of '_ .Table'.Damasks; Scotch:Diaper. Z"" :: BOWLING ALLBT/iuid BILLIARD SAXOON- !" :.,;: _-- ;I
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lPPw an'dxlaimhis: irifa-rshowing ::clearly ,,what conTsewiliHHe. 'Y ice Preside Learning;" localedTaVlMadison /Swiss and Cambric,Muslins;i v.. .,:' hetabUbitnew has been. ;fitted.up-eatirelv,'" <-.- |
hit th r *.H6use.Florida: ,' until, oclockvMpn'Saturday ,Bared do.. : : -'. and 1S' -* -*the. jfc- -' : ,,"'" j
ey were acquainted with the condition ore nt purpose.tf J; ., ; Court !? .Stripedfc ; ; open; eceptian; Vrstat.u .. .
poor victim, who has thus been ,itcmolated,' 411 has by some.been. allf ged; t.h t; ut : ,the 6th day of July.next,;for :h-. :White"&I1 i'Color r iD"@rds ,.J'/ .the.tatbOus.,... -t ., ":' ,- .' .-',s. .; : I
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*wle helpless from insanilfv:;a Tictimtoa-B-; i i rival MrheVwm 'aici, log materiil/erecting- finishing complete, ; .Trinnngseeyery d crip J\* \ : ,: .ne.. : : .,, : :: ..

S;1'o'' i lust!, Istherene puaitment for each'deoaiac -. Dibppositi6n-tohic: ; .i flit. .of w od,"a main >bnildinafiftyjbj; .,thirty feet, ;;/Cologne, ; French ExtractsK .. *, ,4.c.:. HAS been tuppMed,with the ot-cest t.ioZ'r". ; d., :
cbeme. ..
outrages as this? '. J v':'t.JJ., :!' iTPte for the 01ay. two stories higbj.J >f9.wings,'each twenty., F rlGiltndBoneButona-: : !, bcvewf to suit: very taUt 1rilr' ;+**>---" -.

-"- -" it is announced, .:Jon.auffioritytoy'apaper.jt6Buflalo 'e-b /'thirl1teeLf''r; ;:> "'}!. .. 1. j *. -M sThe \Ccm"8... clL e'SMnl'Cou .' 1' ; 'r.. i b prepaid Witadeapatch.the "Thr-IMeM.Cf. t- (:," i-
; 'J { whole work to'be completed ready for delivery ' ''': 'N".:... .'., it" .'l .SettOB will..be at all times.ilied-i ,' :
.TisTQticstion. In order tesiibe ; .viewed:w::Mr, %Filmpre' JHiraic -;. :' j ..JU :' *, "'. ,:. _" ; .a '.' .- :".: .
mLti intavor of th"e- i.' fey theSOtiidsjr Pecembor neit. Bond :: .FringeiGimps; and.Edging : f .,.. t. r W' QgeIj Venis n uGe. Y Ita _
ism : that he i ia *: .
of. .the: Irish- the .11oj1 g- will ." "fa. all hoars and notice. : ..
( Goods Ui&'k on thtaiorCeet .
for the faithful pf-'c ithev'yJvarlety I "pt ,. ; .
> fje8aiEhe'djustmneI'ti3ill. .
laestion! was recently'put'by : lcJ1fJ.lJ aen irplannf herwilli j nhe ( ; g6 bo required-- *'- < .*.f ?;*. v' *'," 'i*. Dry Goods B!re; -Personwishingtopurchase; ; ..." ..- '....0.4IL. :'EL ''ITabv ..' : .- : .,
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gen toa Ucvrly' :)imported *(t> oi1.re !J:,' ..ft_ Ts:;to:be" ._ PeSdipceto bid, canobtainmoe specific trill do well'to caB ana exsmme for the .ASbiinpo slt_... -S <: .

Emru1d la1 .. .'-a... r. 1 apprebci4c4.tLb!-'k4 U;:,Jir not Pl-t s'. ,information as to tUI' character:of the Work' i. &.'M'rn.?:&\O\%? ;.ot'":.."'Tr..timiwp. .L< \KffjgB&x 'H' ,.an4 s of-th&acat tUult1d "- ; S
v S tobetloneand alsose adralrof thei building. ,. .GV .toe..' .: : :,1-d&L'Bonnet ,'t.i dIiidi- '
'If \b cl j.il.' OQ a ,be told HelfaTgnY:: the 6eoattlBy acb.a; majoritjr\.apjwiU.been -" t.. .'.;* ."." _.. J '''''>;' '..i'l.ot. ; ; "Jt1rlthitr.a1" : RJi : t
have .A in'\h Ho :tf r bypetaoaalapBHcatirProposals. t' .'PO't J ; mcifSmA. SXhb EewUp1e.. 'Ji : t S-4.
cne'which; : would he ifrst 'give v tige ; .BABT N'Yo- -, .. ; '"' '.. tJ.
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-'Why tobo witbout.SOh . ;,. .TritonMngs '' 4
raey sure! responded' ? .. ': l.t tjj lJ c ia.i i ..,. -" tcomcfguestb:.L uc "ti.IL"1tt.toit ":! 4 ;--. :

rat. ."'':1r... F '. o ', S t ,'Oi;) :a 1 b.lI 4i'q' ; .\\lalSo-b I; receivftTand consider ;;<';DI"l CkgenerU fri'4ptIot assortnwni li!; A BBU' )puu, &c 4 : ; .. : 1: t :t '.pa1 i .i .. {. ,- ::, l4 !,
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"'' : ed for erecUng nboildiogs of | i Just-receivcdjlandfot.'iar: at reduced,, 31113 ZstabIi3hmneatjThg ihe thaU1sliaIt ','Xif ,- .
'Faith'he kri .dmfii'\7t1\i a si her IIi ., &1. "'-.* \ .-**'%V./r-<>' -.* v*' '. *\ono effort to'caatribfite 10'tIa 1't .- ; '. :.r f
rll :.cOQ1ttgl! :' aitR--: nm b % s. flyorderefthaBoaraortrU2tee& ,. titfllat t .Ifor*r r.-'t : *- r.. ? ,. iii .t: S
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.,T .. : SUBSCRIBERS havlDg takes"'a lease J j uabliUY&J1r.-.W; .
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: .- 'OF. THE the, Hotel ,formerly occupied- Mr .j 1iiii si"t.' ..&fatA.. .:, b 'lord "T ....' _
.' 'WOOD rcspectftiUy,.solicit" a ''cbnuhuatlon 'of 'II I I 1'\' 'i..ii": .";' ,._ !'#-r. ] : ,, 1_"
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NEW YORK UPELNSURABTGE -, the! ,eitenied: patronaee .which,has Jxithertp! Jt' -- : ,...Er- '
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\ : been bestowed, ,juwm'thii'.welT: known establishment T8 central,;in,the immediate:;._ tt"Jihrl a1 ....:r. ni c :
: i COMPANY' In order the better tomerit it they; JL') important public Instltutioiia,the best --l' kt""
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t S No. C8 WALL,STELT' Niw :TORI.JIORBIS have enlarged nnd:.thoroughly Tepaired_'the and most lAa1 1tIonab1eplae5Of' basinet,send theattractive She aed''a autbe t..aAa.1
f building, ..find adopted n'many/Impmement :public Squares of.the:city.:/Ia the '

i FRANKLIN, President, 'promote the health And,comfort,at their guests.' 1m requisites of'.Iteht'and:"yratilatlon,1two S 5 ;
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The old friend 'or,the:,house will certainly ,principal obje t4r liD cf&t1hOrccefltn.large1ent 0S :I
SPENCER S. BENEDICT( Vice President. deem it advantage that the table. will bounder ,and thorboch J .:improvement:;of this ; Y ',.4.'....................L. ... :
PUNT FREEMAN, 4ct t4ry. the .superinte deuCe:' ot'an experienced House-1& la not ceededpehapaiihment by any:es-: ) !i
'- iab :' in America::To IgerItheTe.fore1 : ::: tBE 2' .'
Hostess, by whose aid they (latter themselves! I fB.DL
t ;. Amount Funs liable for losses, ,$20 ,OS9'34 they'shall: not,be rivalled* by'any Hotel ia the' ,its,position, is peculltrly,dealrible. ,The S \ TownxxD'a 8.ua.u4.-- _
Bal.. of Premiums above investments South, being.now enabled by the constant steam Subscriber'returns thanks,'to his friends and "4 i' I 1:
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165,937 67 communication with Savannah and Charlestonto the public:for the,liberal:;patronage they have ',.f "S for ,ti.paera1.P.I'GItraUGI oIp1ea ., '.
-00-, have the advantage the fine:markets of extended to him and assures them that he.will:. AN ENTIRELY.VEGETABLE: .'COBIPOUND.mHIS 1Ut\Jfhether.the ot.. .
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: Annual R tte* of Insurance of One those Cities In'liU4n'thel brlnf the business endeavor to ment a'contlnuance'of. their favors. 'MEDICINE was prepared by aregular OI" 1J ot .. ,

I Hundred Dollar* on a ,Single Life. an experience of many i which will S A. F.GLASS.-' *JL7**. Physician,'aad is the result'of an extensive I accdcll I !: 1' -.t. ,

-=: enable them to judge better,the means of attending June 29,1850. ._ 3m practice of-several yean in a,bilious climate > 5'Kohiag eai >be more1PtIZfCt3Oflthe
..s.: .. .. .a s.: to the wants of those who visit the mild S ''Those."ho-bftUsed:thesraehws, : ",
; a = cs: -fi-: fi'a : R. B. REID &' CO. : J
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l Q II> c# Q climate Florida, for the purposesof..." healthor I seen itsa1.t"ecti.'nP9D hers,:need no sons all weakness and !uait1ad"--6IIK'

E't- ;S'%.t S.J- PbNM oS O. S pleasure.. f R..R- REID & CO..,having leas farther evidence of its great,value ,The health 'f4 once be om.robust and fan oV_.....
.... cs .... 3 THE iNCRKAsixo the climate MESSRS.
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reputationwhich
0 0 -1'1'- tJ -\ .0 I'o \4'-0 ...4= Wharf the buildings attached, of thousands has been perfectly .restored/by It9Inftence. :Ituerveliesa.ofthe iaaedateli-r e--,.:
< -; S''C a :.. the medical-faculty for the cure of consumptionand QOOtT GROCERY HARDWARE I of .'._
.g g g g DRY Its operation is not ,.suspend 'great cause baneaaesfc -.. "
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cs: a other pulmonary diseases, has induced a ,ESTABLISHMENT ihe to !' .,It wip '
'4 k' -4 '4 AND MISCELLANEOUS disease for a time, but purify,the system aoLbeexpected of. '
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: -:.2 -: '2 -c: :2 -< .g vast l increase of travel to.this State;daring the to GENERAL. COMMISSION : ) and restore to sound and perfect health.AeinaIr2Wa&eon'the"canse8'tea2ent. delicate a iiataretoexhttitMSi22S; '

14 72 86 153> 4.1 178 188 331 fall and winter'Donths, of those who seek the BUSINESS. 'perform4but w&eaislIj ..

i. t 13 77 88 l56 42 183 189 340 retierafForded by'a mUderatmosphere-and in Their charges are established S' ,by) the Savang and cure offerer and agueandotherdlaeue of .bund'ids ofeases bayebee.
90 162 41 189 192 351 view of this fact, the subscribers have determin- ''D. To-nlnD low.
16 84 nah rates. ..bilious.climates may be had gratis of the undersigned. : 1f7 1dte be ,'
17 86 91 163 44 190194 36:1: .ed that their exertions to merit the patronage S They-are the Agents of.the y. S. Mail I .. 5S :ireaed bj weaknea.and 'ge if '
18 89 92 169 45 'lOt 196 373 I which shall be bestowed upon them shall. be Steamers at this place, and are-now enabledto S.Also, numerous certlflcateafrom men of 5 tliIheet snfferingeontinmedldne b paId

19 90 9t 1 31 46 1 92 1 98 389 without S regard to toil or expense. offer every facility to the Merchant, Planter. respectability, testifying to the great 5d3menlitaiid'havIngkn ,
20 91 95 1 17 47 193 1 99 401 : BUFFINQTON & COLS and the Public generally.. efficacy of this, medicine, can be seen oaf application : baa eff great\GI1'fi-i1

21 92 97 1 82 48 1 95 2 02 417 I Jacksonville. Oct. 6,1849 tf I, Goods consigned to their care will be receive to S :. hearing recommended Cor neh :
22 g4 99 188. 49 195 204 249 %& The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah ed and forwarded with despatch. .S_ T. 0. HOLMES & CO.; II described, J obtained>' bottle j :

23 97 103 193 50> 19C 209 460 until forbid.Geergiaa' will please' copy the above I Their Store,Office and Warehouse are situated Agents .,Jacksonville and ra trit;. Of8arsapaiiflssud toUned e' '

24 99 107 t98 5t> 197 220 475 S convenient to the Wharf. S Jacksonville,Feb.241849. 6m pTe me..: 'In a abOrt eriod f itn \ !'"

p 25 1 00 1 12 2 0-1 52 202( 2 37 4 9007 IVnt ee. Palatka. St.'John's River B.: F., January 13, J plaints':and .1'eItored'- -- -- l1.-.,-. t..rt. i.grateltol ,,-&. .

26 \ 117 211 53 2'10 259 524 weeks after date shall- apply to the 1849. 17 DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT. for,the benefits. she -.o.s.recehell j
27' 112 123 217 5t 118 289 549 SIX pleasure in thus
28 120 128 224 :)5 232 321 518 Hon. Judge Probate of Hillsboroughcounty SAB6APAB1I.LA.This mending it to tie acboJedgiDg, ......
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2) 126 135 23t :to 247 356 605 for letters of Administration on the Es- HOLMES <&. CO. Extract is put up UI quart lottlet-lib M.D.MOORE;cor.: : }:
ate osxtractofSarssparillaiMbettft Gzuclit
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30 131 13G 23G 57 210 420 627 George S. Payne, late of said county, HOLMES & CO have removed six times cheaper, pfeasanter, and warranted superior .Alb&ziTAug; 1844. L1_- ,
deed. JOHN ;
DARLING.
31 132 142 243 58> 314 431 650 MESSRS. of 11erchandbe to the large to any sold. It cures diseases without <- '. ", ;"
32 1 33 146 2 50> 59> 3 67 4 63 675: Tampa, Fix, mari$,':50. building formerly occupiedby the United States, vomiting,jwgingsictenvtgoT'debtiitatiBgihtp&tient TO M ruzns4rn. M.4RRIED i.

33 13.1 1.3 257 60 435 491 700 known as the, Government Building They ,and is particularly adapted for a I.
3t 135 150 264 61 453 508 725 Law Notice. have added to their stock, by the late arrivals FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. ly prepared in'reference to femtle 3

35 136 153 275 62 471 529 755 JACKSONVILLE: August 21, 1849. from New York,afull assortment of Dry Goods. The great beauty and, superiority of this Bar No female who has reason to.supscwsSI?
36 139 157 281 63 490 550 785 HAVING left the .state for California, 1 Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c. &0' saparilla overall other'remedies is. it era preaching thatcriti: lperiod, '''WSSS

37 143 163 290 6-1 509 571 81.5 transferred my business to Col. which they are prepared to sell at reduceIr..7 ( dicates disease, U invigorates the should neglect to take It,II it ia I cerw.

38 148 170 305 65 534 599> 855 Samuel Spencer, who will, conjunction with n1"li1lIllL! S body, eonsumption cured, jentivefor any of the.numeioiis 1114 :
.157> 176 311 66 559> > 627 Sf95 Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to are now prepared to purchase Cottons, ,cleanse and strengthen, diseases which females i Ire nbjfttatt

169 183 320 67 590 662 94S: a close. Hides, and other produce of the country} at the consumption can be cured, I time of life. This period mal be dfJa

The Militia\ clnims in my Chare: will be attended highest Market rates, and make cash advances bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, : several years by using this medici ." .
From the Mobile Daily Advertiser MarchllJAl to by myself ia connection with CoL on consignments to their friends in Savannah colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting less valuable for those who 'are tt .i'

LIFE bSURA CE-\' practical illustrationof Spencer, and Co!.Charles E. Sherman, of Wash and Charleston, or New York. of blood,sorenessinthe chest, womanhood it is calculated to ts.
tbe benefits of Life Insurance baa recently ington,and every effort made by jointly to They have a new article of Wrought Iron hectic flush, night sweat*,difficult bjqnickening the blood aDd iDTipn&.att, .
been furnished in this city. in the case of prosecute them to a successful result. I have Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call or profuse expectoration system. 'Indeed,this medicine bna1ta\Jrt.
our lamented fellow-citizen, the late Edward no authority to collect the 'money due on these the attention of Planters. S and pain all the diseases to which

F.T st. Wkile in good health, some time last claims, as 1 have always preferred to have whatever Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846 tf S in the side&c. It braces the whole eyrtcm.WOJlll'J1.2rtn1jd.1 rtne,

year: he effected nn insurance on his life of money may be appropriated placed in the have and ently the natural energies-hy rrmoSik

$ ,OOO, in the New York Life Insurance Company hands of a local 'paymaster: : such'as the parties Land for.Sale. eao be impurities of the body-not 10 far at a3&

.(formerly the Nautilus J) of which Mr. interested may select, after the net of their relict SALE, oetween nine and ten thou cured. the system as lo prodnre a !1Il>ltqlnt irK
James M. Mundon it agent ia this city. Mr. : GREGORY YALE. MFOR of Land, situated in Nassau Probably ther never was a remedy that has tion, which is the case of meet med idt '

Test died very suddenly, awl the other day the Aug.st 28, 1849. tf County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. been successful in desperate cases of consump for female weakness and disease.

amount for which his life was insured, five thou- Mary's Rivers, being a portion,of the Waterman tion as this; it cleanses and. strengthens the DISEASE OF THE BEAll' 'Rfl.(
'I ...,nd dollars. ,,1\1 promptly paid over to his family School Books. Grant The above is heavily timbered pine system and appears to heal the ulcers on the TUBE AKD LROP&Yl

by Mr. Mundon. Towns Book land, oon1'enient1ysitua.ted upon water courses lungs,and the patients gradually regain their NEW Yox,Jnly22g
This circumstance requires no comment from S Blake's Spelling Kirkham's Grammar, with the exception of about five hundred acres usual health and strength. Da. TovrssEitD-Jear fir: Mrllfti! !

us to give it due force. It speaks to every head Abercrotnbie's IlhetoricClark's Grammar, of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There been afflicted with a disease of the!

of a family in a voice that cannotbe misunder- Scholars lyiil'hy, Chambers Drawing, River. The whole or any portion will be sold is scarcely a day passes but there area with a terrible rupture tor over fiAftii'w nJlJt:
Companion do ;
itood, and should not be dUobeyed. The advantages Davies's First Lesion, Chemistry, i cheap for cash Apply to number of cases of Consumption reported as the greater part of the tin*. fse'bife' ;
of the system, its beneficent and happy dp Zoology, WILLIAM HICEMAN. twibkd
with
I cured!by the use ofDr.Tpwnsend's shortness breath and
do School Arithdo of _. .. SarsaparjUa.me tratfe
results will themselves to the mindof Treasury .
suggest metic Jacksonville March 17 1849. tf luiiowing was recently received tcring of the heart. whkh has breatmi.tresfing .
every reader; and we trust induce him to .do Knowledge, I Da. TowitsENDDorr\ Sir: For the last and frequently been'niaih

"go and do likewise." Cetain dependent it is that no. do ,Elem Algebra Geometry, I Burriifr do Physiology, New Books! New Books U. three years I have been afflicted with general leave her bed. The rupture wssver; ip
Geography
prudent man, who has a family upon Lincoln's Botany, and Atlas.HedgesLogic. JUST Received and for sale by.the subscri- debility, and nervous consumption of-the last and severe' She tried almost every ratrfjfc
will for the insurance
kina for neglect a day
support, and did to such cases with but little
Mitchell Geography & stage, not expect ever jjain my health benefit. Wlas*
... of his life. Atlas, Little Speaker; THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, i at all. After going through a course of medicine had taken but>> three bottle of r-o&tfK, g
BAKER ,
J. McROBERT Jfgent..H.D.nOLLANDM.D Parker's First Lessons, WillaroVs U. States, A Tale of the Pal.fic, by J. Fennimore Cooper. under the care of some of the most distinguished medicine she was entirely relieveaoftkisii..

Medical -Examiner.' do School PhilosChamber's Geology, Price 50 cents. regular physicians'and members of the ofthebfiartand the' rupture ba ,iat
op1&y, Parker's Rhet Reader THE RAID Of OOfEZC-25 cents. Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, tlrely disappeared. ,
Jacksonville, April 6,1850. ly THE FATAL ERROR and S She has also had
and a varicij of French School Books spending the most of my earnings in attempting the dmpy, sn.tttis
Forsalc By the Countess of Blessington cents. to regain'my health, and after read. much swollen. We had co idea that'tie ad

I .BIjACKWOOD'8 MAGAZINE by A. ?!. REED. THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, ing in some paper ofyour Sarsaparilla I resolved be so benefited, as.she had such a'tcC aa*
AND THE Jacksonville Feb. 2 1850. A Tale .f the Meztet War.,-25: cents.* to try it. After using six bottles I found it oC diaeaaes.. But it has,as strange uhBH
BrUsh Quarterly Kevews. tf THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN. done me great good, and called to see you at pear, relieved her of the dropty l.,iw

OWiNG to the late revolutions and counterrevolutions A Romance of the last Revolution in Peru,-25 cts. your office; with roar advice I kept on, and do that this statement so strance oto

among the nat.ionsefEurope, which NOTICE. CHARLES DEWAAL. most heartily thankyqu for your advice. I persevere almost like fictIons but it is,neT rijJ

have followed each other in such quick succession \\ E have appointed T. 0.HOLMES our Gen- Jacksonville. Sep.11849. tf in taking the Sarsaparilla have been reality Your Sarsaparilla 'isuable uJi aislysi:

and of which "the ewl ,u not yrf," tke lea- Vv oral Agent and Attorney,to settle any able to attend to my usual labors for the last .medicine and should be used 19'
ding periodicals of Great Britain have become and all business ia tie name Palmer&Ferris. Jacksonville Female Iftstitnte.. four'months, and I hope by the blessings of God one that .is suffering ss we have beo L: Ji(

'invested with a degree interest hitherto un To collect and receive: debts due the firm of Committee of Dir&etfoa have adopted and your Sarsaparilla to continue my healtbn .- disbelieve this account, they are II IThaI

known. They oecapya middle ground between Palmer & Ferris, by Bond-Mortgage-Note THE following regulation. helped me beyond the' expectati of all that call itt my boose and have,ocular& .#
S .
I
: the hasty,disjoiated( and necessarily iiu- or otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased. The scholastic year is to consist of four terms knew my case CHARLES QIJJMBY. Yours,respectfully. '
; perfect records of the newspapers,and the elaborate i All persons having demands .against Palmer of eleven weeks'each. Orange. Essex Co.N.;'J., Aug. 2,1847. WILLIAM TOWSBB, IT 4DYB

and ponderous treatises to be furnished: & Ferris or Darius Ferris decent, will pre- Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic State ofNen Jersey,Ettcz,County,w.-Chas.
by the historian at a future day. Whoever sent the same to T' 0. Holmes for payment, and per term, $4,00. The above with English Quimby.being duly sw4Qrn'ae.ingth lawn ;iPsY.
reads these periodicals obtains a correct and all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da grammar and Geography, per term$5/)0.) The his oath saiih, that the foregoing statement Is $. B. PnrcbazCetntubsiv

.. '9BBeeted account ef all the important. political rius Ferris,are requested to call on T. 0.Holmes above with the higher: branches of an English trues.ccordlngtothe best of his knowledge'and ers: that hide tie bottle completely sad
events of the old world! as they occur, and for settlement and make'paYment.SARAH educationembracingAlgebraGeometryHistory. belief. CHA8. QUIMBY. the written signature orB.p.TOTCKSE5TC.

learns the various conclusions drawn from them P FERRIS, natural, mental and moral Phllosphy,.Botany, Sworn and subscribed to b foremeatOrange, Principal Office, 126 Fnltonet.S1in.""
,
by the leading spirits of the age. The American Adrofe.of D.FERRIS dec. Chemistry,GeologyAstrpnomy, Rhetoric,Logic the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, .N. Y.; Redding co. 8 State- t. BOs11I
Publishers therefore deem it'proper to call S DAVID PALMER. and Evidences of Christianity, per term $6,00 .J atice of the Peace & sons, 132 North Sec DdrJlib j

renewed attention to the works they republishAnd Jacksonville,Jan. 1st 1850. tf Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer in ad- S. Hance druggist; Baltimore Duxel.k

the very low prices at which they are offered vance. 5 TH 0 CHILDREN SAVED. _Richmond; M.. Cohen, CIisrlestoay.Tii:
to subscribers. The following is their MAGNIFICENT LOTTERY The scholars will be under the carefulinstrnc- Very few families indeed- in fact we have & co.l: Chartra-et.New Orleans: IOflII.

list, Yiz: tion of an experienced female teacher. not heard of onethat'used Dr. Townsend's Pearl t.Albany; B.YanBieizk292 .

THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, Provision has been made for instruction in Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past Market and ,Broad..ts.NeTr rr,.K.Jr"f
.
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, c grand Capital of Lajn..French,Painting and Drawing, and Mu- summer, while,those thatdid not sickened and principal Drhggists and Merchaafsgfs: .

NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, $100OOO-asn$3OOOO-S30OOO-$30OQO! .9 for which additional'charges, will be m dp. died. The certificate we publish belorris conclusive throughout the United States,Wotfeg,,

WESTMINSTER REVIEW And 250 prizes of$2,000. The first term-coaunences. on tae. th ofOctb.S evidence of its valae,'and is only anoth. theaisbs. A. )I. REEp > ":'

TIlE ANDLACKWOOD'S I VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, qernext.Applications. instance' of its saving the lives children: Jck: :! siy&fll
I For the for admission DR.ITowNSEHi>-Dear Sir: I had February 26 '1848. ':
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. benefit.of Jono.ugaliaAcaemy, are to be made to two children 'J f:
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New ,! ,Class: D, for 1850. he Committee Direction. cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer .... S
To be drawn at Alexandria COMMITTEE OF DIRECTION. complaint and dysentery ; one was only 15
Va.
York immediately) on their arrival by the Brit on Saturday S S GOODS AT
PC
,
months old REDUCED
ish steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on fine i April 27, 1850, under the superinten J.li.DANIEL and the other:3ye&rs. They were '
white ,and are faithful copies of the originals dence of Commissioners. Dr.H. HOLLAND, very much reduced and we expected theyw uld At:Ike CltI'adI".YI I..Cheap' 'l:
paper A,M. die; ,theywere.slmu1p by two i
Blackweod's J. W. HI AC BY REED. respectable -
Magazine beiagan exact fac.jiile 4 c C0., JJapn7S..mber
of the Edinburgh edition. TREASURES.: physicians. Whenibe doctorififimned us thai THE SUBSCBJ JJB baa 'just:"re ftI.
In these periodicals are contained the views lottery-13 drawn ballots. S Rev. I- SWART, we must lose them,we resolved to try your following article, MI

;. moderately, though clearly and firmly expres-, SPLENDID SCHEME. 'Jacksonville, JUly 7, '49 Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had fers, prices. that cannot iil to's4ij.".

*ed, of the three great p irtics in England-Tory 1 'magnificent capital of $100,000 : little-confidence, these being so much. stuff ad: scrs*' *'
Whig and Radical: 1ack1'ood" and the 1 splendidjurueof 50,000 PUBLIC NOTICE.S vertised that is worthless:'but we'are'rerj' Printed Muslins,froa uKt-!,

(I "London, Quarterly':' are Tory; the "Edinburgh 1 4o -S. 30,000 BOOKS subscription to the capital thankful that.we did, for'it undoubtedly d Polkado at ,. .f2Jf.
THE the lives ofho h. '
write
1 do'S thisthat:: Wb1aInandF4dotin'. 13 to
f I Be1' ew" Whig; and the "Westminster..Review"i 20,000 the AUa.utLcandGulfJtailRo'Cornpabywil1beopened : may' -
i i Liberal Tte "Kerth British Review''owes, its 1 do. -' t ,Ooo I ; in the City ot St.'Augustine beiaducedtottaeit.. Yours;respectftilly; 11mglW J8M
.I do S 4 JOBy : CaUcosUha'LatestStyl: ,10",.
establishment to the last ecclesiastical 11,555 at..the office ofWm.A. riLSON/Jri .; ;
t great Forward ...
movement in Scotland and. a not ultra ,in-itSTie1t' 30' do. .' 3,000 at nine o'clock: A. M,on Tuesday the 25th Esq'day, Myrtle-avenue,Brooklyn, Sept 16,IN' ; unbAabemys1; ,. .M#UPJium -.,.

.* on any one of the grand departments of 230 do lowest, 3-number prizes) 2,000; of September next, and:.will-be continued open, :LUNATIC ASYLUM... : > Laee&,' : u:181:' (.
4 G5 prizes of "'. S ij L.ll Hiuk rL1ef. 'J 12JtO1LinenDiflis
"UmAD knowledge; it was originally edited byr 500 until the whole stock ia taken. 'Jamea'Cnm -
"
,8s Eqnettlie Assistants "
,ra'
and since his death is 64 do- -300 In behalf ,, 'e' .,3IJk1Yetlii.s1
Chalmers of
now, conducted the Commissioners in the Lunatic '
r Ayslum Blackwell'B
Island is 4':1
65 do- the ;
; 5 '
I by his son-in-law, Dr. Hanna,, associated 200 S D. L. YULEE. S gentleman,.spoken of in the following letterRHEUMATISM : : -
65 'do. SilkaadUsIe .
5 $ ThradGlova. 2J4ISIg
J with Sir David Brewster. Its literary character -180 August 25, 1849. tf 'S .
is of the very'highest order. The, West >i 4,810 do.. 80 i 5 This is only .j' A fine assorimen.ofE4ini, sd IN
.. .f minster" though repented under that title only, 27,040 do .40 I .... 5 .Notl e. cases of rheuttatisa one ojT that soon Uiao toot tfio a aid' at every price, iri&i '2tred. artiMl
Dr'Ton IIclted
.. is published in England under the title ef the Tickets $40-Halves $20,-Quarters $10- subscriber wisheito hire the ::has :; nd'a Sarsaparaia Dry 000k'liAeiateIy A" I
cuxed-.Theino
'
y year
S t
$5. THE severe and ., WH.'P.,DJ""
Eighths : _
and .
Foreign Quarterly Westminster, it be- r.om lat January text three chronic S -- j.
or tow'good asesar6 *
Reviews, Price of certificates of packages in the weekly eradicated.by its a. May,18,85o.- ,tf, :
a'uioJutCthe above
: tngin fact : two 'former-, negrcmoa.to work ia bis steam saw mill ia traordinaryvlrtnes: : ,, .', :
11.publishedani reprinted vedor seperate tilies. Magnificent Scheme,as follows; this for which : S -
place
libra1'geafor the "BLAciWJi. .' .
: Ii '
year : .JS
It has therefore, the advantage by this A certificate. package of 2S whole, will Ite given. S : Da. Torisxiw.-Deay' Sir 'I p&:14J'18 7. .*. B! -
:
... AMnbi..t1on, asttlngitt one work the beat features 5- tickets. '50000&o JAS; B. COLE- terribly;for 'DJJW years wtI taJe.kaze sEezed' SI1BSCBIBEBwouId,'. '

l '' ',., f I t '. of both as heretofore issued. Do ,do do hakes. 25000 Carey's Ferry D. O'FIa? Deo!J '1849.; tlj.. ; /-Ot.ilie time T onldtotorthebenefit .. Jd M1-ft 'tmeftf&timi. '
'" of all the above 26qaarters 125 -- -- ---"
J four copies any .or works 00 rwork.1ba4themost that fcefcaa prepared fewr Ii*
w will be sent to one sddrt& payment of the Do do 26eiehtha' 62 50 NOTICE.. ,,: ; d1sesiig ;
regular S S : rnyIImbsfou" f-. bJi: = flg5eS an Pinetr t, for tie
subscription for three-the fourth copy .0cert.i.teof a package of:wholes' "will enti- ALL persons indebted Palmer&Fenjeby>> ::- botts JIMd. tion'oTtravellers,sjd, itsthqS
A ;eIuggrttLL tie the holder to all over $442 nett that may be "" or' mortgage'are' h notified 1.IJ aap$34a sid the.1by.
{ ex yy .doe .C no' who Kiay"tapt p 16>Mt J
L- TERMS drawn by the twenty-six namedtherein. .that?rf.P.Fraser Attfy at Jacksonville is S not, : 'U&rwwort'of : = f*+. %eisnrepr health. .tiel
., Certificates halves, quarters, and eighths in authorized by us to receive any =7. t /: :.: "
-, Fusnyon.ofthfourReTiewi, (3,00pera'in money? on J ,U e S -
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__ .ouht. '
proportion. .. .AtH.
ycr two do 5 00 ". S $ 5-, ,, Invalid cb.:> fith1ie.1,1th-wear
--f > any S 0 t" .
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: This1p1endid: :, "'. .. _.r, .'
scheme is of the S J.
PALM
c For any three do, 7,00 <( one iostat-: I.tJl" t" 1J. J.S.. "YourS"*' f 1J J w1tlton fP1eUP2WbecItai*
; S zmiwS
tractive r'
,,j- fte all four of the e.v.er'ch'lwn in the United .Stages, and ; ,Jscksov1lk:. &D. 2Q tQt""T-r! 1T.JABT1Ns ': "*", = ''' '. '' .' attention ipaid to tibeir.comferfc
: Reviews 8,00 uu: well\ worthy of the attention of ad1entvers.The .}. : : ', :, '" .-, ''''. :.: .. '.1,1'1().''-'flo'A.::U7lr.-..-. '': t.;:.,... !!, every 4 rtrv
Pot Blackwood'sMagiine, ,3,00 ,_Th&. aend' : fa roTidedfa v"
: : : tf.hc
7or Blackwoo'd aad'three Reviews 9,00 loWest"prije that can be draw by a Uke'hftving J .COMP9JJQ. [srRt1PF: ) ,r7be$rentdy.. fe&atalQosiplaiat4* HHIH U V- ,Tlie taWa iti1
itu
jt three ( the \ .11., '"
; '. For Ble kwood and four Reviews. 10,00 on 'o drawn' numbers,.'ia NAPnIA'f: ; .,110:diImUtbz" i th0Ufl45'tJOtt55fld; , r $ tf
; ,PoySKHtstf Senadtln all cases i Aadvance.CLUBBING. 1200.0"Orderi; for tteket.I.D4'S S S "Acni fCouimptIit' ;DceHjoe, Asftma weasnd.?;.x1'w!.. 1''wpaiea1'.ta larwerej 1' ?r08.>. JacksonTfllt;Dec.peil&tfu' 5
ha _
,.. andx all
i: andi
; .. of packaes'li' lficates djseaseacftbeQbest!'01;, ''> 1Il4 JAgs" ',' ...;'.. Crated. by't'1ose1.* diseases'to'wKl.chfemAleaare T ; _: : .: : :
l l q *Remittances a dCo=muniwt. should be ab6Te.viaagnificent .scheme: : 5- J'Foraat.'br'z.t'11, MED' .'. sUbJtctwe;,.soOj t': Irb. flJoyaont;p' ObU5t ":, lIiUce.! ':k SS
.
.<. ., will promptly attended to a.nd'l account: Feb,2185p;; -" ; ic; / '
., .::.,..' %t always addressed, post-paid' or franked, to the 4rawlngwfll be immediately,] afteritsi : ', ::.- .. he 1t."t.'t "., S r "' 0"', '....,..4H'..' ._' -,_- .. ,4 OlXmcntbieopnt &fl TdIfl p tatiia'J
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ihe .NcwYoaBcpt. jroaawsrs'lo i&e]
publishers. to all ..1- 23'i847. nd
-- over jrho may order.tickets from'utc':; "" 1" .
"';.' LEONARD SCOTT & CO.; Address j VJ. & c; MAURV, Agents,_ .SS S "ilGJB'". ( : EXm IIN': &' S '. '.the'i..1'aT ir" ..".,'E1If.' .nBif.; ... .1, .. ':cJfp'"baa" (oi.I MU' W nirrTi: """
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