The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: July 20, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ments httntiation the have involved the colonies b.ruiD-and,de-f ; .J /1
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Tequistt Manchester .
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lttiLLed How would theManchester nianufactov i *v> i : rS-JH *m #* '.,? F-: ? nfonnaUonj roaf much louder. When
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numberbeconti'uued ,
09t marked of the raw material British India. The prep rers fare then?" Circumstances,of a,somewhat singular. character'havlng -t.; the party_landed, these lma1eethedtobe: :

ns-'reql1ired,will until tbrbi TIOUS articles were prefaced with; some.remarks The London Times 8S' sual.is out In'a long I occurred''In. ,this Vicinity lately, 1 curious observe the'Intruders,1 tnd>ere rather : '
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, 'j'diarged ror. will be charged for all announce- comments Wilmer.&'Smith, 'are(two'full of, India article defending Government'the:Ea* may,jead to the defection of;some rogue 1. seem to desire" On'.being approached the most
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dollars common sense facts to need Company, suggest reme'dy .The circumstances, I 1emhow
I1Fife any further remarks v am about to mention as 1surae'a orthem took to water,8everal V
s for o1hc . from In the hands the Manchester merchants.SirJphn ;
JltalSorc.ndiJa us"The' :mVfe ,fngular'charactethan :they: flver; tnfiaed and appeared,"ready, to wait for f.
are,for SIX M ntbl. : I $1000.SJjJlo debate 1'the House*of Comm n ;; thiS Hobhousej"; in. the course of his ubtmuch rt- would,ordinarily.weart-from the'widely known combat.' This'seem'to be'pot where they con : I

!Debtors and Credftora, : : 7 00 week relatiye! the-cultivatipn of cotton in,In.diii marks on the commission prayed' for, 4 eonfessfohmSde by: Gibbs,,the Pirate,"just before -'. greg rear their.young over two hun V
if Mr. find Jri i
Ln n for Leuers of Ad"nlai.8lliation! 5 00 IS interesting various'poiuts of view, and Candeish The Bright would a had"Georgia"increased j his execution many. years ago ,of a treasure !helpless cabs,.(if.they.,can be called.) '..,''

'-rfAH religious notices will be inserted gratuifjons more'especially ut'tb.e. present time, when the from :. importof cotton Jbi hid .on Cupiberlan&isla rid beaofi, the local- were,there left to. the,,invaders. This'was the '.i '
; price of the.staple this country,and the prospects 474.000,000 IDS.,in 1847,to 775,000,000 ty of whidhhg particularly described,but,which' apparent reason of their roaring, and oth10 f .
hi JL849. In this India'had only sent so. <
of,Jhe'growing in the United import ; divers KnS stindry very 'laborious "and indus tions of exprtssibg great' itud Three
mu.l "be 'addressed to crop States ,.
;.1'' e rntnl1 from: which ;5ws draw our supplies, ire such? as 000 bales last year: ; while in the present-year it f, I tri uTi (diggings, at:"different time.hye'ne'ver, ;:: fbur of the old ones 1tere-ot :aRer somediftpulty '. .
us C..G.LETT. fo'pt-odace: eawtihat; tbTe British;'manufactures'wilfbe hadsentl24oobales.'I .*.I' *. |:tSOUTIIERN been able to discover. ::SOmeXhat'oerL.weekgG ; for their.Urge bodies,c wil i.
JT "aduiissable Personal communicauona seriously cramped in their operations.by ,; Y )1 bg:gentlemen CoDllpg fi n &Y&Dl1a :etbyqiagest'se1zeciis.; ) Some tropheid -

itchargtd IS ad\'f'rtisf'mellts. the nhanoed price of the nrticla'andiis dimin., LORIDA1fCIEN7iNif ,to visit Iistriidhere: ,)> made the.acquaintance were brought home worthy-ofttotlce"whiciwith'li ,

ri AflbUIs for J"b r"Dl'nSmu8t b. paid on the ished consumption. HABITANTS. ;' dftwb gentlemen board the steamer St.Math V full account'of the voyagewe; are prom- _

J..liff''. o(the work. "The capacity America to grow Cotton in t i <* i?>wwhorepresented. V (aparteach"other''tobe) ; iaed. We are gladto; that the party'annexed V
: proportion to ihe requirements of the world has "The early history of the Southern-"part of wealthy.- One of them stated that he was from' : these islands to.theUnited, States,as the '

jil riTiENATTORNEY; ITI cB IV TOSH been recently-rested and.the result is such as the Peninsula Florida shows that when' discovered Nev:Hampshire that He had an.iatCr t in ft .first.of a leriea. in the Pacific.ocean,? > .t'J '
AT. LAW, to awaken the worst_apprehensions for the fu. by Ponz de Leon, in 1512, it was numerously gold mine i Virginia,and had come put to visit .. } ( ..-I- !. ..,-. 1 "_" _'t V V 'I
ture. The complete tlepeudance on our country peopled by Indians living in Towns under it,but did not say what-had" brought him,: i1pMJJI." :?- w4sH1GToN5J2qio- t o. !
attend the Circuit Courts in the of intrepid 'furtler South.He: said .he h d"ih t at' f V-
rflLL for a'primary article of,commerce is of itself one dominion and.thnt.thev were an > > WiV ,
V pastern Circuit; the United StatesLid an evil sufficiently great to suggest a reme- and enterprising character, possessing miflgo the other''gei tt in n, but'had never. We lay.before.our readers another,warning,ia "

Court at St. Augustine; the Supremeart dy, for the vicissitude ofciimate and of seasons the same: 'qualities in war that have recently knowa him before., The other party represented the following card,from Sir. Step henSyjOf Cepr- ',

) at Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims fordtizl'ns cannot be controlled by every human agency. rendered the Seminoles such troublesome: himsflf to be from, Virginia, stating that he: gia, one of.the .strongest whigs apd strongest ,

in any part of Florida against the Gov- To this must be added-the fact that the country This section' of the' Florida Peninsula was then knew' the father of his frieniwehlthathe was men in the House',addressed to tho National. In. ''

nmtnt at Washington, either before Congress from'which we draw 78% per cent ,of'our supplies called the country of Calos, the name -of the immensely'wealthy,* &c. 'Th6'young gentle; telligencer. % (lf- t--- .

Departments. who chiefs and whose from.Savannah casually mentioned and 'HOUSE OF EEPBESKHTATXYB 'JuIy,3ji850; ,
tit the is manufacturing lcl g ly\for.itself; nor Cocique ruled over many, t t. ,
0ADDHESS, Jacksonnllc,East Florida. must we overlook the ugly circumstances that dominion embraced the Everglades, part of the poirtcdoutto .them the Dungeneis place on Gentlemen : In your paper.oI'tliis' morning Inotfce \' .,

1850 tf an influential political party in the U. States coast., the Florida Keys, (known then as, the Cuaberland, 'somewhat famous about'here for;, following t.riali'. ., ; V \. J.5_
May 11, entertain and have given expression opinions Matyr Islands)) and a portion of the Bahama Islands thef beauty of its locality, grounds, &c They" We (ake it'for granted that there is foundation -",j ,

::- il ;KO BERT IS A KB it with regard to the export of Cotton, quite inimical it is supposed. _. expressed.a.desire. to .seethe_ place,*in.such, a of some kind or other for"the;statement fa : ''f :. .

ek.oDville E 11" to ."Free Trade" principles in England.. At the mouth of the river entering into.the: ', manner as an entire stronger would do to sec a' the following. .extractv.from.the'.Washington ', 'j..9;
called 'To.c'bbo- place of interest. They therefore in. correspondence of\the. JNewjlYork Joirnal of .
"Whether we look at the.political or physi. Straits Florida, wasa.1ow.ri stopped :(
[COJWISSIONEU OF DEEDS for Alabama cal aspect; of the case, the prospect is everything go"at which, when first visited by the whites, St. Mary's, and the three visited Cumberhind; Commerce, If it,bejdl really! true, the gallant -tt"t

Georgia South Carolina, North Car- but cheering. True the crop the year previous. there were fifteen hundred inhabitants. The together. While jhere and on the beach, .one State Texas is about to inarch'an army.iit. I ..f... 4

.to the last were the largest on record ; but whenwe inhabitants this Town were hostile to the of them, saving he would look for shells, left 'the Territories of the United States, and against ',.,:,
olina Virginia, Maine, Pennsylvania, find difference between that year and the dwellers in the Cal s country ; and the location the party disappeared "m .a sand'hill'nearby ': an armed station of'the United>'States within 'i:: ', .
Connecticut and Mississippi. year following of 7000:600.bles, falling off 'of the town of Tocobago, is supposed to have ; where he fWgone some time.- His'friend them:)and we are. to have news of it in less than ': { g

inn. 1 J 1S50. ly. I to the extent of25 per ceo., a natural feeling of been on St..Lucie Sound, near the mouth of St. shortly went for Um and the two were gone perhaps V six weeks from this time}!, Let us hope, however :J.j

I alarm "rises, which is still further increased by Lucie river: which forms a junction with the V 'twenty mitjutes longer ,on the same spot, ,that the worthy"correspondent- jpl 'the .:;o', ',;

-i---i.: IEbDE1TCI1. the accounts which. rench us respecting the untoward -, sound and then empties into the sea, so as to V which will shortly, be alluded to again.! ,On returning -. Journal is prematurely alarnVed for,thcsafety _! ,

prospects of the crop at present in the make the figure of across, the St. Lucie sound to St.Mary's one of them took the next. of Santa Fe, and the detachment 'etthtrmy V ,' f!

ATTORNEYAND ground. and Indian River forming the beam, and the St. steamer to Saydanah, inte ding, he',said, .to whose duty itr will be to defend it? ., ::' .'.:

"The circumstances gave to the motion of Mr. Lucie forming the arms. There was also a townon telegraph his_partners in 'regard: to' his'gold'; Correspondence of. ,tte;Journal of C fMlZe1 .
the Miami river. mine, and also to 8eepr; write to Mr. Nightingale t.'t. '
CouisCII'I' nt Law. Bright, for the appointment,of a royal Commission I WASHJicoToar Saturday,June i.l
to proceed to India, with view of stimulating The Indian towns of the Glades, when first to negotiatelthe purchase of Dungenus.- 7':
V "There will be some; startling from Texasia :: ,:
in the several Courts of the the growth of cotton there, an interest discovered contained each.about forty persons ;. The other man remained' Here, and shortly after > .,
less than six weeks from time. ,.
practice .this Texas will :"
id j V ;
the boat of schooner Cumberland
WILL the forty eight towns a -
C-ilos Jingreigned over open ,
Circuit and in the Counties of which the subject never before possessed. But send force at. is. -
an adequate as supposed
!11 and Benton of the Southern Cir- while we concede to the Member from Manchester -. the names of more than half of which are givenby soundcame for-iim. Yesterdaysome negroes ; 'effect Her' : .once menl .. :' :
Hfll3boro Iscalante who' by shipwreck 'left'in:charge of.theUwgenea place 'reported to objectsprbbably 2,3pOf; .:/ :.1
cult of Florida.: the merit of having made a very able and a Spanish captain, There nre'at'Santa'-Fe.about twoiiundredTex '. ',

speech we .will readily admit the inconveniences -. was thrown among this people within fifty to the collector of this port that a schooner had:, '
telling '
October 2Sth 18.t9.-nov.17. whotake inter : ;
Tampa Bay, an followers tat esZinfat.: } :
of the discovery of Florida.ST laid off the, place orne threedays, but was. camp ,
_, -- .- ;of being almost entirely dependent on years .oftheTexans.. The the'UnitedStates ,
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and 'had disc ) V ,: .:
eredip 'completed V :
now e they
dIARIEs P. COOPER the United States for our supply of cotton, we : LUCE RIVER. .
made ,nnder OfH Wodiumbrabput five.crsi : .
path by trampingba cswafd': \J 1d forwards 5t
question whether his remedy will meet the urgency account of the Ancient hundred which six; hundred to .
ATTORNEY The above interesting : to, which 'f1t' ,,:
of men's feet froni herHbe yessel was
of the case. [The remedy is not to be '
inhabitants of St. Lucio County is copied from sbc'hnndred are about to be added. The Texans J .0..
anchored to this .the where the :
spot on -
AIJosiui1terILL found in such means, referring to royal com.'_ the Jacksonville Republican. This section of' breach t in this city are of opinion that Texas,. supported V -' ': :.:
LaW. first alluded to had and hereon
disappeared .
uJs ionsJ J And the capacity India under the men .
country attracted the attention of the early his.. sand as she.ishy the sympathies otthewboJ.e Z i
the hill they found a. Very. large hole
will devote. most favorable auspices, to grow cotton adaptedto : torians. In 1773 Capt Bernard Romans, ascended South,.will arrest the ,United.States military ; .',;,
resumed his profession the of the home market and fit dug,a strong oak stick which had been:used asory.and ; .
HAVING requirements I and 284 of his and them to '
River at ,
the St Lucie page officers bring trialJfor.obstructing ..
its t through- collector
to practice broken of
fcxclusir'Jy a spade.The, .
.with the of the United Statessqucstioned :
I '
:umIcte Florida after description of the laws.; ,
of giving a SEodld'theadjust s
I- operatloirofber ,
tit the En:tern Circuit or Florida. .. History .' Ihe port and a party of gemeItyestrdaytothe ._ :< 1
i by many persons 6f"rcat practical Island extending from Indian River Inlet to ?" ment bill be defeated, there is no doubt- that !A
10th. IS 19. an. beach and found the
Jaksonvillc E. Fla., Sov. every thing ag
; experience, who have paid! the closest atten. he states behll 39 measured Texas will New Mexico and the United /H. a-'I
--- -- --- hobo which as ; negroes had represented. There was, bu one Absorb ; : ---: .; ::..
HP E IV OK & It A It li IT, -tiuu to the subject. miles long to Latituie2fi 55 says: "At 24 miles, digging and the party had .evidently laiown'exactly V States interfere; the' southern States will "' .r -
"The East India Company havo an interest iu l Southof the Indian River inlet there are Rocks in for 'whatever it give her all the aid she needs.7' .1 .. .
at Sato in what spot to dig "
Utonua! this question hardly inferior to that of the Man. and directly opposite the Rocks before describedis that The collector has taken From this it seems that you hold it to be the -1
was they sought. .
JacliMonvillc Kla. eb estt!* manufacturers,and they have of recenl! the mouth of St. Lucie River which'has wide measures to ascertain if the head. winds have' "duty"of the "army" of the United States now { 1

I vcars exhibited a praiseworthy_ desire to _pusl I kind of bay for eight miles stretching first N.. B,. orevented. this schooner from eoinsr over the, stationed at Santa Fe to defendwithout anthori- j I.. > }

VTTILL practice iu the several Courts iu theY the cultivation of cotton, far import, to tho utmost 40 W. four miles, then W. four miles- more, whenit 0 bar at St. Andrews---- -- and n 'if so, will promptly in ty of law, the military occupation of that portion ,

Eastern Circuit Florida; in the U limits.. For the purpose improving the divides into two branches, one coming from spect the vessel to ascertain'what these singu.' of New.Mexico lying 'this sid, ofthe.BioGrande *''Jfr"l
District: District of Florida I mti.m staple, they have purchased; seed and N this -
Courts Northern the South, the other from the LW. by lar movements The schooner Bclkiiap, against y attempt Texas, to/main- : *&mf
Supreme Court, at Tallahassee; and prosecute implements the natives; they have sent out last appearing the principal I went up it for 24 Capt Dexter, CfCh reston. ,The hole dug is tain her claim by extending her jurisdictioa '
claims before CUll rp.M" and the Depart American planters teach them a superior miles 1'cckoniugdircct distance, and found nowhere over it.Your. V V 'V '
ten feel and t
some eight or deep irtyfeet. around -
meats of Government at Wellington.J nioiie of culture, and arc now guaranteeing the less than 7 t'eetofwater' here the river at the had, cut :through:palmetto right to entertain. such an opinlonit] V
top. They
os.McRoBEKT li-VKUK.. t5. Sl'E.NCttl.Jan. formation of two railways to bring tho cotton.to Ihc became narrow and partlyonthe account of obstruction roots iii e c.1.VatlDg.Tho' is not my.object to question. But wish to say V '
I represent
.6,'-19. ly : coa t." of logs, partly on account the rapidity that they Had worked by day and to you, lest you may be mistaken in the opinion k -
or- .__.__ ._--- sir John Ilobhouse, iu concluding his re- vessel and going lot of othe the first.fed that shall be '
0 | of the strcamIleft the ; up that a. good, road,,ran pirall el through, the lthnt era gun '
Pill I, I IF IJA 8 It marks said"There by land, found the river at last to run through wood.to the path they had made, but'they had !,fired against thepeopl' Texas, without the

llrQmNillYASD was something in the production of a vast plain, the.bank of the stream only being avoidded the road. Hurrah' for'Mystery, Pira. authority of law,'will be the signal for the free .
India, vhich would not enable it t) compete I fringed with few trees" this is the river which and Gold! V Yours&c., 'menfrom Delaware to: the Km Grande to ,

Cotmsellou at 2Lato, with American cotton. He found that the gross I ns 1: was told by & Spanish pilot and fisherman cy, -ST. MARY'S.FuItJIci' rally.to ,the rescue. Whatever difference'of o-
mass of cotton produced in India was not so fit of good credit proceed from Lake.1tlny\c-- V pinion may'exist in the;.public] t mind touching

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ,for manufacture: as American cotton owing to vO." There is now an inlet at the mouth of the V the proper boundl'ry'.of.TexuS nothing can be

WILL attend to any professional business the shortness of the staple and the dirty state St. Lucia River at these rocks. the St. Lucia : 'from California clearer than that it. is not a question to- be decided V '

to him in the Courts of the in which it wus sent market, lIe found that liver[ having since it was visited by Romance -- .by the arm}. not.deceived.'and; deceive: '

Astern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at in some, American cotton there was not mare forced itself through the island into the ocean. It'appears,by an article in the Sacramento not others; Inier-arma.hses silent'? When

Mlahassce. lie has also such an ndvallta&tOilS than twelve and a half per cent. of dirt, and In- On the Uobc Sound the British had quite a settlement V that there is much. hard r living'at .' the :'Rubico is passed,.the.days of this -republic

connection wit h an able Lawyer at Washfajton dian cotton had 25 per cent. In America from I -.the ruins are now visible. Transcript: though will>be numbered... You may-consider the

City as will ensure a prompt and spce- 250lbs. to SOOlbs were producedper acre; in I. DUTCH WRECK OF SPECIE AND PLATE the mines, luxuries are becoming plentiful "gllaht State of Texas'7 too 'week*for'a contest '
.,collection of such claims a's may be placedin India not more than from 501bs. to lOOlbs, were hiddtrcaslu.u in the cities. That,paper says; V with the army of the United States: 'But-you
the thirst for .
lib hands against: ,the United States. ever produced. In these days should, recollect that the, cause..of T xasia,

8th, 1819._ ty__, The Wilmer and,Smith Times .adds. I is drawing thousands Island tq Californiaand is "Much as we have' been taught, .by eperI'ence along"amid ; I such a conflict, will be the cause.of the'entireSouth'
nearer home, Cumberland delivering not to heed occurrences, as'we. pass '
And whether -you consider Santa
J. IX Sauturflou "The Indian native i is a slave by habit ; all the secreted deposits of former ages, it .may them,which in any other country wouldbe ': "' '
up in danger or not, you may yet five to see that '
his he
are abhorrent to nature; attention to'a confess months
call that three
changes not be uninteresting to probability miracles;yet we .
fiCte States ofthisUnio with seven millions '.. '-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and is destitute of the. ;
ground.down by taxation of their bing'Dgings" some where ago.wo lid.not anticipate: that go manyJuxu: people .?/"Io knowning their rights dare
removed his office from Columbia ambition to forth his energies by any pecuniary Lucia Romans would be ,
HAVING put about; the shores of St. county. ries as are already spread around us, maintain m"cannot be easily'' ionquercd'V.."
to Jacksonville, Duval County inducement. The mere requirements ct iu his said history says, pogo 73. afforded to the emigrant here' in California.- "&tibus'terli, sat.". : '
repectfully informs his friends that he has asI3czatetl nature satisfy their wants-add to this, that "No rivers of any note fall into its northern, Nearly everything which the heart could-desire V Yours most: .
respectfully. '
with him. in the practice of Law, his the character of the climate compel the wearingof branch (Indian llivcr) except St. Sebastians, we have. Our fields are blooming: with all 'ALEXANDER, H..STEPHEN*; 1

Wither, S. W. SANDERSON. cotton garments, that more cotton is already directly opposite to whose mouth happened the kinds of vegetables. 'O l. our mountains, side V 'r' ,
The firm will be represented at each and used by the Indians themselves than by any people shipwreck of the Spanish Admiral which.was I wander,the elk and the bear,; in Our valleysand : '" VV

-'try term of the Circuit Court, in the several in the world, and it will be seen how.insurmountable the northernmost wreck of fourteen galleons,: over our hills, herds of cattle browse peacefully -. The condition :0(. affairs generally'-in Washington '

Counties of the Eastern Judicial Circuit.-The are the difficulties which exist in tile' and a hired .butch ship all laden with specie ;our rivers teem with fish and all kinds of may be gathered from.the 'Coll wtiig'dis. .

County of Hamilton, in the Middle Circuit.e .- way of procuring good cotton in sufficient quan- and plate ;f which_ by stress.of northeast'wind-_ birds furnish the sportsmen' with constant. em patch to the New Torktizjiregsi ".- *) ; \ e4

Supreme Court at Tallahassee,-and the i I II tities to effect the market price from that portion were drove ashore and lost on .this" coast'been' ,ployment.)', V V '* ; ?-: "'-'' '. ...".. 'lh .
Ioi.S.Court at St. Augustine. I of our Eastern possessions." tween this place and the bleach yard in 1715.;! 'As'iuI evidence,o"f the good Jiving:t b had. The state'of things here is 'deplorab1,wO c "' ,

***All business entrusted to their care..williceive The East India Company have much to an? A hired Frenchman fortunately escaped bYij; in Sacramento city the transcript gives the'&>!.>" than when Congress:"assembled :.in 'De ember, -'

prompt attention. swcr for on the score of their general policy ; having steered half a point more east !I lowing account of a'dinner" to'which the editor now,about eight months, and there IS. but-little .

I Address, J. p. & S. W. SANDERSON.Jacksonville. many a dark and bloody spot disfigures their escutcheon than the other. The people:employed in the: ,with a few' friends,'I bad been invited by his indication of any improvement:. ,The National

Duval Cty.Fla? ; and we fear that the condition-the course of our survey, while king.the strand, I neighbors of the,Placer,..-TimesV. e must,say parties Are so equally divided, andthe-Whig V V ,

millions of human souls in Hindoos tan have-deteriorated after. 'strong eastern, gales, have. repeatedly; that our editorial. brethren-do,the thing, in' party is so divided, and'the Democratic'party is
CHAIILES DE \VAAL. under their sway." found pistareens and double pistareens, Whl h' 'style : v V
AUCTIONEER. "Mr.Bright in'the course of his remarks 'referred kinds of money probably.yet regaining in the "The'dinner party came off at the Suiter'Hpi such'a class. Tq' support the plan of making! ,'

JACKSONVILLE, E. F. to the West Indies as a cotton field. His: wrecks, are sometimes washed up,by the surf inT* tel and was served up'InMcknl ht'8 best style. States of New Mexico'and ofCaIjfoIajta: :

' &SALES in any part of the'County attend feelings and prejudices.as.a'member of the Society hard winds; This icgoort (Indian,River, )stretches _The first'course .was, ,of, course, sCnphlCh is son among the,Whigs theSouth to ;the South .

w And respectully solicited. of Friends bad no doubt much to,do ;with parallel 'to the sea; until, the: latitue 27.20? to be an institution of, ..the epicure, ,to'take off and hence di whole'South',all partiesis adverse .

Jacksonville, May 6, IS-1S .this. lIe showed that the West Indies ut one I where it.has an putwatering.or.mouth,:.DIRECTLY the appetite, and/prepare,,the:palafe to; taste to"what is'sometimes"plan of tht : .

time yielded a fair r amount of cotton, but that BEFORE THIS MOUTH IN THREE PATHOMS''WAT: '. with more nicety; rue via ;dsthat, 'com aft cr.-.': President" ,To admit-New. ,Mexico 'as State V '
cultivation had dwindled,to nothing .al:: th Wreck? salmon .into' Union i(a thing;'bowevermuhit !
AGENCY the "E,: ,'LJE TilE REMA1IS f .lJidch For the second rs a'most'elegant piece the ".maybe.talked *
OF though it was now revving? It is. ,there Mr.' .This aceountbythe historian no phantom,* .,was served up. ,-j ThfiskfroniwhichhiISwas : knowing; by all to* utterTylrn] .' '

II'S 'I Bright, you Jnust.1 ok for the only 'field with. there are citizens of St/ Augustine"who' have taken, conothaveighed11ess:'than possible howl .Toattempit i is to'involve Ctfli '& &%,
DR. ,
S. S. rIT which to supply your Manchester friends, with seen'th pistareens'picked up from these shores.; 'fifty'orswty'pounds!: ; }f its'/color; fww ;heri5| forms in its fate; To,do*,n-othing is to abandon '***$&&#;:&)

CELEBRATED MEDICINE. the staple,in.quantity and quality fit to compete The Indianshavealwaysnbeeri.pajrtial ,to'-i this', fed,and with th .egg'sauce,' it'dii 'very much; NewiMexico .,and;;Texas >.,; .(cJyiJ. war., To ;,, **e f

Used :Jiin in the"-' with the produce of the Union. Rl.lsethe'West region of.the countr ,,and it IS here the late rQ, towards taking:off,'not merely keenness','of supp'orl'jbe'plan':'of. 'the Coniz itteeotbh'teenV, V '"% 4r r
by mik distinguished succcsi Indies from their'present prostrate condition, dinn''murders were committed. ,The.American; the appetite itself. Then followed the meatsrfosts > -aforior.trea on to. the ,sldencrltlbe '. '"#

cure of *< gioffitejn !bor.in.. uAdanp'e.and.t they will compete I :Troops have now astatixm, within a, short" '"' distance elk b r, e.fJ.forci; &c""with. green peas*:', supporter.is from theN orlh1 l1d' "yet*acccrding -*
Coughs, Consumption, CatarrbVHirtUma successfully with the slay growing, countries ,-,t of the wrecks.. .;,' beans.turnips..-*:?radishes," new.* *potatoes, -beets, -fpvJ/fVv'ithatphinjyields: "allftothftfcouthj'and

Heart Diseases, Dyspep- in their Vicinity. Takfi' ,the :utmost 'precautions *- -" ,- V r _- __,_ v squashes,4 and tqmattdes, all the productions of it1worsetortheV'.outI4evcu, .than .' '

SJ 1 Piles Female' that yourJQajikjer/pbUan.tbrpi>by;,,for. .FoaTUNE'e'Fitoucs.-'short time since Lou.: .one:of the r nci iItke vicinity:of our cty.j; .the. W mot, ?roTlSO.. .",.','. ".
Gonorrhoea : : '
: the negro can suggest, and pri the"free soil of ft'cudgel: aboAt.Lon, The Ieituceinust;: .not be .forgotteni ntheclar'et. V
: '&0.' become a better man'; is,$apoleoiasCar1'Ying : : half of the delicacjes q. j., i L'V ,
Complaints, u ) British:Colonies; . ALto. ': he cannot* .* pos.iybeco.ua; -worse J-*-?.**one Vrs. S. Fitch's 'Supporters Shoulder und him Ul \Western Africa,'encourage emmigrar"tionto attracted the g 1.or. the jirhple'world. ,,the.. ddkngan4.pa3try.,,AL&'. .toa A,
.Franc ant "
ill in '"' i '
Brace this fur Isles'of the,Wes{AndKyoa : j'9ffOTtUfl0.hio.vtnr d., (OiA gL'conThe ;apples' jftom'oroun the.: nccaaeJaacutunuturxcornpIasnt"! : : "s' ,
Tubes and Lecrtunsort : whe
Inhaling j \ tho nec.ciSlt1.of: EoyaUCommissious Ifoij b i those.delicious watermelohs, wIthfavo'te&< r yDtor w'iuiI is' th 'rt4sV .
: sqpercede Louis is at the and .Lamartine'in a.garret, ; ll ;. '
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theslive' ,
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art of .rzndJicaith the \ introduce I or nobody D': ehampagie li'&a. ,'All of.which! \ij3 -rll i-f ... ;ri> t' 1 V ". '
fervingLij trade,on contraryd bring ot4s down,but'will hardly, bring Lamar-;f: >Du ,r fJ :r .' : 'fler.res.baving fallen J&pj!f !zatl!., --
to Old / the.benighted fczp a.higher.cJTnizationlwh'ere I V f 't ., : wa8 J'9 untlup "ltA'egzsnd offeo for'siX8ucbas 1 / --V
> ge1 own/'eleTJw" Uneupagain./: .. ,_ It ::, J: ; : < ; the becomesjmorberopstand ., -'
contemporaneously with:> hw e-_ .# '':' ",' ., y pir'djDnerat. "putter.Lw: -w V lam; .
c., c. .tlonj he wbuld become-'useful member oftbegreat.IiuwaPfam1lYt" { < I 'J "r ; :Armyicaptbttsbend V ; -', 'J4aVe' be'li.;, 't'.tt"e,.Ji Ue1'a'fr' .=the.AatortAf- .. .i the{had goes-1 :- ;trij,:iJ iLzi J!! :. ::
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vVt!a r .been appointed Agent f pr.tlie'sale'orwieabote : ; } ''. '...nn. : f.i l., t f' V, ,; : "Ahnoctor. ,e Jalm t a : '
bbed-in} CornpliUertYfl3ftYbe,1 :
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" iheni cb'nstantJ'on Bat reverse! i ? ; 0
G6od and-will keep 4 :! i q Y { l"r J g- -.
Town' tbejrcC1t systravtiliet ahe.Wsl r the Secretary!::\Var rt the !Galphmcap ,-bePaificCwi giving an'aocountf: : anexcursion : ,. ,... ,. '
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k' :;tihe -Oer.readers will l be gratified in the"- ; ,
.It/tn, from'whom'wb-ertract: in another "In.tbi selection r ,candidate< '..- ....' : ,
1. column: cyai;: the' opposition ,have: ;certainly i :'.showa :l: (1bet llowin) kJ lettdfromWaiMavEqpfKcy '; !

,. The President regretted, in plain Ian 'more wisdom than they did two Years .:. : 'West,.addr :

t guflendiocoiany" words and a, the crusade go. less Politically'vulnerable,:Major than Beard the'last is Loco-i infinitely :-\\ > ACKSONIL.JULO" '- -,- 18W.t '.. I to* 'Col.::,B.., .'M.PBABBON;, : ,
waged against him thought f foco standard bearer though: e i that l : ;reccivegi:fmrn that.. ;gentleman.t ) : : .

: t! .. that The parties course C pursued.i1etto do by him Southern justice.ultra:: worthy individual: has alsb "boxed, For;Representative i to.:Congress, 'ALtagwaa one" _of. -.the' .alternate- ......- ..J'd- 1 it.a&[

1; I Uts irritated him but only.because'they the compass. permitted to point :rjOHN. ':'BEAItD' .. gate 1 V..''to' represent* t and r South*,"" J J* .C
{ t made responsible for conductwithwhich di tferentepochajn. ; ,his.career,,:he Wiflbe "t. :- '-, --: i. ..', i da,:and:this'm nJyI" J" t of his.
t. 1 be had nothing to do. He deplored -able to _tint i every: ;:variety.of tastes,1 ""'_. .-OP. tEOJr COtJNTY. ;, ._, iments I )will) bowarmly; hailed, .by' ; ;
: t the strife which prevails,, bm>> ho\Vever'fastldlous;-If our informationbe ...._ .... J'r'' : ; "" .... 'J .
; ; t did not fail' to ascribe the cause to correct his political temperature' has ,'""Deatll or"Pa'eddea'. ,. .- .Taylor.f"- 'ellovv' Citizens.'
; sectional'demigogues. The*di: t Qrialj varied from \l lukewarm 'to. the:boiling President 'ZICHABY TAYLOR is no :t '. :

;j i license resumed by Messrs. To; mbfi point upon the sliding scales of'? both ore!. He died at Washington on the," .. KB' WEST., June. '8th.. 1850., ) :
** :
and Stephens .displeased .him, and the Whiggery and Locofoism. In 40 he vening of the 9th t inst .after w*, 'an illness MYDEARSIa. : ,. i
I'; more so because coming from a banded wal .glorious,whig,.and threw;up his is d ')kind :i letter of .the'4th ult. i i
: but"Which it was hinted bat with as .much ,zest, and huzzaed bat a. few' ho. .rs.' His. 3. ';.Your. ... ( is
J[ organization his own friends; would move a vote of with'as much vigor for pppec" noe ignated as "billious remittent fever, fol lowing l- formed me. of the:action of>the qo i '

j censure, he Bunk under the blow, and and 'Tyler too," as the best. :of;_us.- nn"attack of'aevereihOleraMdz': tion at_Ocala,.-and my appointment t 1

t conceived that the most fatal' atabof all Whether this be a recommendation or 'tiB..n. 1 pour' alternate,. to the Nashville)] ( !: ,
: He was resolved, however, to purchas not, is a,matter yet.to be determined 9 loss of tention. I and"
rather doubtful front' the \s The nation owns the a/geatIiDc duly appreciate, .
; 1 i the line of policy to which he bad .thu it experience would seem of the last' contest. We ;oocf.'ma .' As a State? Dan .little) gratified for,this evidence of the c ,i t
convinced tba
:. : long adhered, though ; i :
; gentlemen of the South meditated his suppose our' Democratic friends will c an.-be said of him, for his name is'associated dence,of my fellow citizens,. (East. cir

.. '- ruin. This, while} it preyed upon hi say thau"by-goties hould be by-gones" with no political l -measure, except. South Florida in.,my attachment to. ; !

: : mind,'only determined !him the more to Major.Beard is now: a Democrat of" ng.that. known, as Compromise,ant J-] South;-an attachment, to* .which :

; t stand by doctrines. It is, n tl ",ith-- the and Jeffersonian"dipped_ in the'ilk 4died piece"in in the concentrated wool, sveiti; this.we believe to, 'be-the production ajhers, the most holy and cherished, A.
; these facts well o
.! standing pretty ,
South Carolina like of his Cabinet But it is.as a mil subservient.
sm. Very -
t that had he lived, removals from .'
I the Cabinet would have ensued before ly. The most violent partisans aL all: it tary chieftain that the people are called The selection yourself and ]

p : the expiration! of the month. The.clou d times, are the recruit from the ranks. upon to mourn for him. The great lea ernandez is universally approved :
was well nigh ready to burst, and i in of opposition. It holds true i in politics for'whose is connected with the nd,is
name to me, personally, highly
the deluge createdMesrs. Crawford and in religion, and in all matters, of '
; Olayton would have been swept away. faith and practice, that the most rabid most. ., .brilliant, achievements of our arms' Tying confident as I am that if i
; The conversation between the President are the renegades who have changed during the Mexican War, the .C onqueroif nited counsels could guide-or

:: and those who waited on him of.! their! allegiance. Ultraism is consider. .Palo.Alto of Monterey and ,Buena coming eventsnethec: the honor

ficially,(including the ultra delegation,) ed necessary as a test.of Sincerity. We! Vista,.'is.only known to us as.o. soldier the interests of the South'could ever
: I am not prepared fully to repeat; bu believe, however, Major Beard to be the It was distinction acquired in this
compromised. But I must frankly
his physicians do not deny that it mate- least vulnerable and perhaps, altogetb: .1
rially influenced his disease. er the most unexceptionable man in the profession which elevated ,him to the you that I do not}look, hopefully to

We have not doubted from the first State, that,the Democracy could lave highest office in, the gift of the people. efficacy of the Oonv ntioD. If h

that the excitement 'of the past month, placed; in nomination. He has been but The hero has been cut down, but he ever, its action shall harmonize to

from which, owing to his position, !it little in public life, and consequently ias fallen in troublous times. Hiscotin considerable extent the discordant .J.Jhi
'- has' had but few opportunities for sin i !
for Gen. Taylor to
was impossible escape
exerted an; injurious effect upon ning politically.' In.allthe relations, nf try is on the eve of a great crisis, that pinions at the South, if it shall indu

his health. But we think the writer i private life, personal an4* social, he is a will test every nerve and sinew of {ts union of sentiment upon one or ()f

decidedly wrong in attempting toushii gentleman without blemish.1--Our' personal energies. What is to be.the ultimate prominent measures-the admission ; |

the responsibility on even the ultraistsof acquaintance is very limited, but fate of the South cannot be now fore- California with her SIf;
the South. Northern ultraists have so far as that acquaintance extends, we present :
Whether President FILMORB will t1C
seen. our rights in the Territories-or
had much the largest share in bringing know him most favorably.
about the present state of things, in and A,few days ago a friend put into my carry out the policy of Gen. TAYLOR'Sadministratioo : recovery of fugitive slaves-if it tlfi:
out of Congress. We publish these hands the Florida Whig of the 29th or throw the whole induce the Southern States as a : dIf,

aciunts in order that our readers mayI June, containing an article' on the "Su- weight of his.Influence,to promote a final to_ define the' bounds of their
understand theposition in which Gene- wannee Convention,," .frpm which the' and settlement of this
I satisfactory forbearance .these esti fit
upon q
: ral Taylor was placed by his wicked above. paragraph is take,. | ;
will be determined.
question ere long will have work of
advisers, and the use now sought to be The cow teous and literary editor of accomplished a I <
made of his death. We presume.that the Whig is so complimentary to me in l n the first instance he will)) bring upon importance. Upon all these '0

the Free Soil clique who were urging reference to "all the relations of private his country revolution, anarchy, and ru as upon others equally important to s
him with indecent zeal to d spatcb life,*' that I feel l the more mortified to io. In the other he will secure the last the North i is determined' and I:
to New Mexico, to act against find that he considers me a "renegade in
troops of the
ing happiness Republic. Her local elections
great ber'public
Texas, and who charged him with i indecision politics; and were it not notorious 1.e 1=
for not doing-so, take to them that the Wire of the' Whig party with tier Legislative instructions do not ,
selves no share of the responsibility of the "noble Old Harry of the \V E.st" at MAJOR BEARD. mit.a doubt or it. A prominent .,...

hyiDgeaus t,e anguish which cmbit;' their head, are "renegades" from the The letter_ of Major BEARD which we dan here and'.there stands forth in ; TI
t red hia last moments. Slates Mights.Democratic party, I should copy in another column is a full replyto relief to the universal feeling of his Ta
feel) quite inconsolable. I take cbmfort
CUBAN OPPRESSIONS.We however, from the reflection that the; the only charge which has as yet pIe ; but his feeble light, like the t

make-the following extract froma editor of the Whig could intend no reproach been made against him. How or where ers upon-our own fearful coast, i lfi

Cuba letter in La Cronica, a Spanish by applying to me,a term that fits this charge,-that he was once a.Whi but to disclose the.extent and 7'.y i

paper published in this country. Th so many of his political' friend. -ever originated.. we have never been of the peril andgloom which i
writer has a higher opinion Spanish But the editor of the WtiigM 'been i''i| i
misinformed able to divine, unless it was caused by us. One by one these generous a .
than of American sincerity. as to my political coursein
powers. Here'we do not believe in the ordersof ,1840. At that' time I had been living the fact that President TYLER, having cates will disappear, .and in less i:

the U. S. government: for the apprehension in Florida, at St.\ Augustine, only a alien out with his own party, nomina ten years there will not be found ,
and persecution of the escaped year ; and though I made no fuss, ii teil l several Democrats' to office, and of Virginia a. leading politician ; fi
notorious there that I i in fa- : t
pirates and conspirators against was so was
amongst.them appointed Maj. BEAn enough to break lance in the
our livas and property. The more the Ivor of the Democratic candidates, that. ;
u. S. Marshal for the Eastern Districtof e'rn ree.Soi1ism is fix
t orders are multiplied, the more insincere lam sure the good people the Ancient cause. now a ,
C. they appear. This is the aspect City would )laugh to hear it asserted Florida. It) is singular that' this fact with her people, and their !

of things. I presume that Senor Cal: gravely that I had "thrown up my cap" should constitute an objection to 'his. cal majority'and.thorough' union of !

deron.de la Barca must be well convinced for "Tippecanoe and 7yler too." election as Representative. timent teach them to disregard or c ; i
that he is the Minister of a powerful Nor were my preferences less known '
On the contrary Maj..BEARD has ever temn our warnings, feebly) ut er
nation, and of one of those most to be in North Gaiolina. In the ,winter of! (
feared by the United States in a mari i- 1840 I had occasion to re-visit.my native been.a .rigid .supporter. of. Democratic- through divided co!lnsfI8. In .union i

time. war. State, and soon after my return to principles, and although has mingledbut our safety. In union_ let ns ; I
Inform u*, in the C r nicu,. whether i it St. Avgustine, I saw it more than insinuated little, Jn political affairs: bispositipr the limits of our forbearance, and
is certain that the 'ardenas inn Whig from that State ;
.. pirates or paper has_ always been kn \Vn"by those around union let us ,preserve them. If
returned. the United States with the that, whilft there, I had assisted in
flag <>f that country. t drawing political resolutions to be presented him. On the vital question of Slavery South can be brought to act firmly !

: There are many here who think what by the Democrats on a Grand he is'.all.that we can desire, contrasting unitedly for but six months, our

the Cronica tells us is fabulous, concer Jury. Sp. much' for. my' "Tippe anoeism. somewhat with our present Representa ern friends, who: count. upon OUt di 1;
ning the piratical flags raised in vNe\ dye who.with Stephens and other, Southern sions, will concede the justice for
York and other cities of the model Re- But is the editor-of the Whig"old enough i
whigs played into the h nds ol we contend._ And to'this united a ti
public. Ifit is true, the day when we remember that'not only "Ty .
begin to display flags against her will er too," the Whig Vice President o: the abolitionists to' proll1Qte'tbe; 'nomina' ( JO'ik as the sheet anchor of oui i

.. make work and trouble for all. 1840, but also a high-minded and distinguished t lion of Gen..TAYLOR. In reference tc To attain it -we have every inc n I

What will our Madrid government Senator,. who is_still considered the Clay compromise; or. submission bit which a protecting Providence l i
"when they know all these things 1 orthodoz by his.Whig friends, was
nay Vlaj:'BEARD publicly declares that.he is placed in the hearts of a free
Will they continue to forget the. steamers asjate, at }least, as, 1836, "a democrat '
between Cadiz and Havana, tp drive of'the'Jeflersonian ilk, dyed in the ,wool opposed to. it unless it is.so amendec d By the, ,soil:.we tread-by the air '

us mad and desperate? Will.they not and dipped in' the piece in concentrated as to acknowledge the right of slaveholders .- breathe-by a th9osand'ties with

send us a dozen steamers, of very,light So Carolinaism- V If he be too :'tp occupy territory inNew ;Mexico ,. they bind the heart-by, the gori |!

draft, to glide like eels,through.thcibaysand young to remember-the; fact,- l would and Oaliforni,,south, of the Mi sour astthC'eriticalpresentand: by '
the keys from which i with refer him to the chronicles of.the ***
among year line. His :.sentiments: .entirely} 'accon ability to carve out brilliant future ;
two Paixan guns a piece they can set last mentioned, wherein he. will find .
: at defiance a formidable squadron .1.1i that South Carolina still reeking with with' .those expressed in the: .resolution we are called upon to unite for the. :

nullification, gave her entire electora) of the',Nashville Convention.' .. .f; servation 4 of- .our' *- honor'. 'and- our .* :
THE NEW CABINET-ILLNESS OF. MB. vote.to Wylie P. Mangum, of ,North ': When the.people- 4 of* -Florida-X > compan *al.rights., To' effect
I CrAYTON-.rIE FUNERAL.JTathington C arolinn' for President,and to John Ty this explicit avowal with the 'shuffling' of the Soutb'I-doubl not,.the action! :
; Vi :
ler, of !gini JJor Vice President. '
:. July ll-9 P..M.. I Should the edi.torC of the Florida:Why) & course. of..Mr..' CABELL. who- voted -for theConvention. -- will. .be directed..... ... .', !;

.. "fhismnrnisitbe Hon.Henry Clay, who, I lam told,,is lawyer, have an)' Mr. .WINTHROP and wrote a 1 long letter, membera"late" not assembled dis

: :' ,.. and the, Hon/Dgniel Webster. .called more; informations'tolay ;against me, ]I voted, against'him'and .wrote .another our:rightsnor to ascertain 'what. :
4 .Presidert Fillmore. and ,
{ on>> spent som trust that' eVil observe. ;
{ lime in consultation. Shortly aftei .the good old 19n9.letter..vot.to.Iay; the Clay nl1jl tent they.have, been invaded. p { : :
common.law,rulethat I the accused,
r: wards it is said"that the,President sen ty has.. t.herlght to be. confronted with par on'tho table and prevented settlement thes'poi J"public'opiniOat the' :

telegrapic.dispatches l to Mr. Evans,of the witnesses.' 0 of.the Sl ve question o 'in:orde. ,. i is.settled. ;.! .Men,begin.seriously' :;to. (
.., -, Maine, and 'Governor .C ritt nden, o : 11'is: nor:fair iri'politics.' to keep it open for an eloctioneeringhob" .- i rd. .... ;"moment- :.for" action as.near : r !

Kentucky, requesting their attendant.' e. .TOHWBEARD., :- -,., byJ in short was one,of.;thosev: Southern I band,'and to lookthe. 'probable f
Washington to take, posts.i in the, :Cab .. '- .-.:
the :
? ineU; .,A city i buck visited i ",the. Shakers. at Whigs whose conduct. has brought the quenceaotresiitancetO political : }
;. Great efforts .are.making to induce Lebanon I ,.. 'some a.:time,since,-arid' as hew South. to' the verge',of4ruin-yho\ <
I Mr. Webster sccepjf the- 'State* ,,*pe'partmeiit. wandering! through'the'village;"encountered .hesitate'as to the'superior,qualification' a I ly: i inthpjae.!.j They, :'ore'-- om u.ic..a. .. i : !

a. .. a'stout. .. :hearty .!specimen: olhe if' .,Maj.::BBAHD.. .'to, '.represent. 'us. :in. :Oorit earnestly I .-,with: cli..olliet..hi'" ;all' q : :\ \
; Secretary CIaytnncontUeiillihugh! & seer,,and thus accosted him:" Well ? T >. ..".,... ..r'.t .j :-_"" ? ters, and.,betraying 1hatsO1Icitudi! ; ; .
;; ...:: hot'seriously.I broad brim"are you'.muclior: a'S&akerl" jress.;. ._I, ". :', j :
t > '. our.political ,welfare .which.evinces :
:The.aVrangerrientisfor the funeral will *Nay, said i the : ther, "nbt mucbjseized'tbe ;:"' .
4 .lie on the Jriost extensive', :scaleEvy! ; but: :fcaudo: iiti1ethat: way.!.'. Soho :: Harry Love; .Gen, ,' VoplVbold, ,:fcarjSR p ,'t! '1f !'"..: ii'1 \;,c $
body'seems anxious' to honor -.iho.illustrious astonistied man' "by tb'e.'c'oJlar 1 ; and -inlelligent' ;_express rider, ii The!meanswhich we..may' adopt,'
Jead.; t. ". ". 'j':: '. and "t ear1yh' "oJhim -iji.of&sooj.Wb7.ls .' now testing', to.L: '- whichtbeconventjqzyjs sib1y
,c'." 2 : '. -- '; Grandis avigablejIe'is!, confident_ 'ol r ; : '

I '''hen '. fSt! ?PArt $ D dnraltard?atain,Because, youngi neither lidy.like bftheni a Ccol1&rm ire. :satis d|! eing'able to ascend in V!k el boat 'a. jest,'./preaerve, '', }. 'our, "' .onl.. .tQ 1: ; :
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BILL.ikreeportion 'tion virtaally ceasoring, :,t ',,r'7" .,-...,-. ,..<, -'' .-' '. .....11 .......tt tI
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-0-- ': ;two. disliea.'i':two bOiaxOnpotone tk1: -iO-sale'in:front of the:Coart.Heandoof L '.7p : '
claim. then << t expose .. .
of the citizens of110r1ai They proceeded' to oven, six' .p *.e*.-of weedea .. ofrBestoa'..Ctm on,.the ?1. .. f I
interest d in th act 8PD.an e : ;resolution ,,virtuallycensuring a war'\.onel. Ioo iweppert.flflceuie .' -in Sept waber.next..within legal h ;;;.._u.- .. .
J personally : the .President in" the '" .. i*. .C, sii1.ra..., .
are same < r '1 / e pair O (a1eth.fIiiioperty: to: wit: -<; ,
Lana Bill now before the SenJbe conn t oB. Jt was passed'by yeas' 91 card, one':ejce: five"barrels of oorn' fivE est half of &.East half,of section: four,Town fflHE. UNDERSIGNED" especfljTIaf.. .
United States, we republish nays 86. Fending a motion'!to recoaeider'this bushel.! wheat; ooe. barrel of:flour' ii1went7iIx.Bang twenty oat, levied upnuproptofWm.8Jackcntosat1afyaFi this the Public r8P.rtDgJd;that they:are the. retfafly IIlleace1ebt'it of .

&". the House by a vote of i vote,the Hbttseadjourned.:; t\vo.hundred pounds.of bacon or -poikj !a.issued from" the 13rcalt curt of. Eton urge tbe aiOtedthooaeaMboheal '.': The .
it panei: What.was done with.this last"matter' and,$5 value of foiage or.hay. : County" .. ,:in fkfpr of John PUtt.SeriffBentcnCHy..- '. <-. : virtue of-the.water is a fixed fact" .not Weal .
follows : -
V 36 The bill is as : on.Monday, we have not'.heard,: buYwe ..... 1f.ILMOOD k To thos*afflicted with,RttBUMATISM SCRO b
5510 enacted &c., That each of learn by.telegraphic despatches 'MABION.LO&GE HOOJC peak. FUu '- '" ..; ULADYSPEP8IA, and,:tbe.'ThoTOd ,Ills I
it onthat ; '
andnon. ., Ju172, 1850.- ids mortals.art heirs to, wr would renect, t
SICttifiDg commissioned day' the loQa1e.by. large}: majorities -July'4th, A. L. 5850. .. folly suggest that they try Ha virta w,beBerins t f' .
*,2S3: officers, musicians' or passed resolutions ,.of, censure Resolved, That the mernb r.I.Gfjhr II L 7- NOTICE.' :: ;;, fromaany aJm -iniracuIcuacnrefectet bj j f. -

";'" whether regularsvolunteers! ,, on the Secretary of the Traa8uri." .a d l lodge:have,heard with profound .sorrpv SJX"tea: 1fp afterdate: of:, 1 WUr to ioUI:lh< ita use. ",that thej"also will -aindlarlj benefi.ted. t

F rir&tes! '. militia, who performed miliin the Attorney General, the former 'fdr the:death,of their esteemed -;BaO tBR, County, State of Florida,'for Letters of:AdminJtrationoa .Th feekerofpleftsttrewfllherefiBd -.+

=rr'aernce in any regiment, company, paying, and the l latter for advising! the IJAMEES CHILD,who departed this[ af the"Estate*.*John James' late. *of ful place to while away,time. Their Table a delight.will f .: I

I&T1 etltehment in the service of the United payment of the said Galphin claim. ,So, Itera lingering sickness at Micinopy Or said_ .County,,'det\tU\:. d. z zI *-=- bo-spread with the best of the land, and co: 'exertion -'':
a States in the war with Great Brit this bill of sundries, furnished to: the Wednesday, the.26th ultimo. t. .: -- Bay, July'8.185Q/: C. "; .'-' ._: oa,their'part will wanting to provider .

11jecl&red by the United States on Cherokees before the Revolution, has a Resolved, "That'bur deceased brother, --t: ,_ The the comfort andplessuncfwzon/_, ,
For Sale. sarrbnndTng
SfcSTof June, 1812, orinanyof the chance of taking rank in chronicles and in his life was adorned by those qratW J fttU ble Tract'of land Oiled the ClHose'sAc -; nd Turkeys, and th Sires ns with the finest Deer t i'

ifon WII'I since 1790,.and each comed legends along with that golden apple of ties which made him worthy to be//lre '. "''.Tract" .sitoated between, Molberry Grove offish.:' oo I"dop and fishing. tackle will bed t't'tiJUI '

officer who was engaged in discord which first set the three goddes. >ected and remembered of all men, .b Mid plantation'.of 'Hsnry; B.Saddler Esq; :til at their seniee. ;: .

:riIitary service of the United States ses, and afterwards the Greeks and:Trojins intelligence, high mindedness,'honesty,! nth *'St. o1msRliYer. containing TwoHooired .u>..Conveyances the SPRING:from all tirneireedy JACKSONVILLE. direct } -
with Mexico taN e the the Secretaries but more especially waih :'enJeared acres }, .
i, he late war by ears. They say fidelity For terns, &c.; ,, Board per month: .-: -, .'20,00
titled for twelve months' service to will resign, which lacks confirmation. : to us by the present uccttdn. ol pgrr P.COOPER. Children'and Servants, 10,00 .

CII hundred and sixty acres of land ; <* the mystic tie;:; and more 'especially.do Ag'tforWm.Bailj._.: Hoysjej-. per. ; month, :.s .. v 15.00 1p

Unix months' service, to eighty acres As to.the moral of these transactions we recognize in his life those' virtues Jacbonri1l July 6. 3m.< #March30l850., BUFFINGIOH' &.-RYAN., .. ,_

rfUnd ; and for three months' services we are not perhaps possessed: of?evi- which we trust will entitle him to neat Noticed -t I .

forty acres of land: .provided, The de-nce"8Qfi ci omplete to justify a fn ,that celestial Lodge above, that.building months after date I snail present rv l ae- For Sale ;.. "r' .- ,. -.:

Ljjon l M so having been in service shallot decisivejudgemenl. The.resolution of not made with hands,. '--eternal in SIX and Touchers.the Administratrix THE, foUcrwmg t ct. f.nlgAblt to wic: !

receive said land, or any part there. the House, at least in its original form the heavens, where the Grand Architect of, the.Estate of Joshua .B..Hogans, to the HoudpotProbue.ot j Low Tract," situated' at thVhead of '<\. .
of the universe rorev l. Colombia County and tha Indian Biver; containing: Jive Hundred acres ,
the muster- admits presides i"
that is of
shall by there
jfit appear no proof corrupt ipplytosalddourtforiIlseharge ( ; less
.I, I shall at the same time more or also the"Pabli Tract,1 situated .
toll of his regiment or corps that thAeserted official .influence on the part of Mr. Sec Resolved, That in ,the death of our from administration of said estate Pablo Creek near the mouth of the St.Johns ;r :

or was dishpnorably discharg. retary rawford, to procure the payment beloved brother, in the strong age of ill persons interested are'desired to take notice River., supposed to contain over TwoHnndred
manhood when if he had been spared] ESTHER RAUBERSON acres-including fine !
ed from service, or if he has received of the interest on the Galphin some hammocfc-end a
undeiwy the suits of virtuous efforts would be. Administratrix.ABigator small Tract of Woodland in the vicinity of the ;
entitled to land bounty claim and the reader will remember
ji any ; June 15th Town of Jacksonville -
or 1850. 6mIn .containing" Thirtyscres
act of Congress heretofore pass- that this accumulation of interest constituted gin to ripen for him, we are ndjnonish.ed [more or less.-Terms lowPrfurtberpartienIariapylyto. ; -

like the tails of certain.. Eastern of the uncertainty of life ana* the Circuit Court, '>J .

ld-Stc. 2. Andbeitfurther enacted. Thatch sheep, much the largest and fattest preciousness of good men. Eastern Circuit of Florida. ) CHARLES P.COOPER. '.

commissioned and non-commis- part of the thing. But the House censured Resolved. That the furniture and jewels ,- Aj't and Atty. for th. ,; ,-

:oed officer, musician or private, foi Mr. Orawford for holding his position of the Lodge ie placed in mourning] In- Chancery.T JacksonvflheJuly6. Es'tof J U.-DeU 3.,dec.. .. sf
( T term of the Circuit.Court held atthi
for three months and of these a
a .
is made the first head of Department while copy
provision by as a ,
l1. Court House at Alligator,in and for thicounty J ,1-
tfctioo hereofshall receive a certificate he had so great a matter of personal interest resolutions be sent to the relatives of 'of Columbia, on Tuesday the 4th diyoiAtay NEW STORE -
or warrant from the Departmeut of the depending on the decision of the deceased. And that the Editors A.D.,1850.'present, the H o.Thos.,Doug. r 1-! I

Interior for the quantity of land to bead of another Department. The principle the Tallahassee, Jacksonville, and St. lass,Judge of.said court InhHE UNDERSIGNED respecfully informs

rhich be may be entitled, and which is sound, and yet it is probable ugustine papei, requested to pub WAS Kin iiT, ) I the JL. the Public that he,has opened aStoreat, :. :
[ premises on BAT STRCEToppotit the
Bnt of Divorce.
lish the same. vs } liberty
Oj.y be located by the warrantee, or tint if this case were brought into strict MAZY KOTGHT. ) Pokforrnerlyoccnpiedby: Mr.Wm B. Ross.,_ -
heirs-atlawtat landoffice with the action of the Houseon A true copy from the records. ad that he has hand *' .
lit assignee,or any comparison oa; a variety of goods,
Tl baring been made to appear the satisfacJ. .
of the United States, in one body, questions of money in which the JNO. G. REARDON, Sec. tion of the Court by Affidavit that the Defendant .! which.having been purchased .in the Northera. l .
Markets ,
India conformity to the legal subdivi- members were personally interested, Mary )Knight resides beyond the lira [ at exceedingly low rates,he is enabled_. t .

lions of the public lands, upon any of he result would not be relatively unfavorable PROCLAMATIO'NBy its of the State of Florida, and in.the,State. of [[todisosofonthernoaI1facy Among them he would enumerateDry terms.' :

the lands in such district then subject to Mr. Crawford.As the Governor of the State of-Florida. Georgia: Goods I. .
It is, on motion of W. M.Ives, Esq.,Solicito [ of all kinds, Hard
, toprirate entry, and upon the return o! to the other votes, we do not know ft is required by law that an1 of said Complainant, ordered that. tha said De.

such certificate or warrant, with evi ill what form the censure on the Presi. WHEREAS be held in this State oa the '"endant, Mary;Knight, do' appear and pleacinswer ware, Provisions, Crockery,

deuce of the location thereof ing been dent was made; while that on Mr. Mer- first Monday in October next,for a Register 'of or denmrto the Complainant's Bill of Medicines
Public Lands tefeold four and until his within four months the said Blind Fancy Goods, '
)legally made to the General Land Office edith and Mr. Johnson, necessarily involves years Complaint or : -
successor shall be elected and qualified: I the matters therein contained will be takes &c. &c. : .
a patent shall be issued therefor ; the decision that the payment of ,
It is therefore ordered, That the said election as' confessed. _
that in the event of the death of an])' interest on the Galphin claim was not be held throughout the State, on the said first! And it is further ordered that a copy of this it of which will be sold at prices lower than ;

commissioned or nnn commissioned authorized by law. Much may be raid .Monday in October next, according to laW. order;duly CertUleda be published some Newspaper have He hitherto would been offered to the community. t .. ,
Given under hand and the Great Circuit of Florida, also statethat it .is his especial t
musician both sides but it is certainly imp r. my
officer, or private, prior fir on attention to
keeponhazid all
Seal of the State ol Florida, 'at the nee aweek consecutively for the period of foot at times a full I
cabaequem to the passage of this act. lant to establish a rule settling the question f Seal] Capitol in Tallahassee, this 15th day! months. })ply PROVISIONS of the first quality j-

and who bhall have served as aforesaid, whether interest mav be allowedby of July A.P. 1850, STATE OF FLORIDA, ) eg. iuchas .

aDd who shall not have received bounty the Departments, when not specific THOMAS BROWN, Columbia County. J [Bacon Hams FloUr Pork Lard t.
!land for said) services, the iid certifi !hy the law. Governor of Florida. 18. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of the Circuit Coon ,: : -
By the Governor-Attest: in and for said County,do here certify that tinhove Butter Sugar Coffee '&c. & .. -' '"S
ate or warrant shall be issued in fa ., : -
C.W.DOWNING, contains a true copy of the order duljmade 5'- "
tour and ensure to iho benefit of his AN ORIENTAL EIBASSY.On.25th Secretary of State. and entered of recori on the above stated Wwhich he will sell at the lowest cash prices. ;AJo .,. -s5Vj[

Tidow, provided she was married tcmcli just, his Excellency General Jung Baha IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR DUVALCONY case. Lime, Hay &c., &.
officer or mildier before the conelu-j door Koorman Prime Minis EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. taM --7.Laad.azacl- 8Msur. !' t !
Rangee, JOSEPH lFINlSGAN.Jacksonville S-
[ ..] of said Com, this 30th day oi: i "C"t*
lion of his service, and is unmarried at, ter Commander-in-chief of the kingdom IP CBAKCKKY.' ,.' May, 1850. May 4th 1850. .
3m -
the date of application : Provi-: of Nepaul, situated on the border Thomas 0. Holmes ) 8.: 8CARBQBOUQH, Ctcu. : f. :

ittfurthtr, That no land warfant.isined -'' of Thibnarrived in England, as ambassador vs > Bill for FortclosureJ Jane 8, 1850. 4m lust Bee ; tt : ; -
under the of his act from the Blanchard & Bidex. ) we4Bg1Egyptu,. 11.
provisions extraordinary Kingof days fI'DJD.New York; a choice of' I
dull belaid upon any lands of the United Nepaul to the Queen of England.His 1 I T the having Judge been of said made Court to appear, that Emory by affidavit Rider tcl, Attachment Notice. [provisions, consisting of I;supply- -... t w

States to which there shall be a preemption s'jit consisted of twenty-four per. one of the defendants in the above' entitled easel FEUX LiviaasToic vs. )> Columbia Co.WIUJASC Flour, Bacon, Pork, Hams,',But- I

right, or upon which there s tiiall dean actual settlement and culii- from his King to Queen Victoria, and of New York. j all : ; : i

fBti..n.exrt'pt with the consent of such :with presents, of Nepaulese manufactures Emory It is Rider therefore do ordered and, that answer said the defendant said bill THE defendant reb1 notified and of the othsrsinterested commencement arc bi:; Dried Apples, .Peaches,- &c., &c. : i .

ictiler, to t he satisfactorily proven to worth nearly a. quarterof a mil of complaint within appear four months, otherwise'the] this suit returnable to a Justice Court, to b> I : I

the proper land officer. lion. The travelling expenses of the said .Complainants bill shall be taken. pro con Tone leld at next Alligator, and to, on appear Saturday and plead the 15th to the day same oj: [Hay, Lamp Oil i.i; nt.Oil, Ybife ; 1 :;

SEC 3. And be further enacted, That embassy to England, were. nearly 10,- fesso.It Given under hand and seal the 3ls1 Lead Glass & k -
my ,. &c'
all further ordered, that this order be pub ;,. !
mortgages, letters of attorney 000 steiling. They are all of A. D 1840. Jl
pound lisbed in a Newspaper,printed at Jacksonville] day May, of which is offered for nip at the lowest 3 ;
or other instruments of writing, goingto Buddhists, and to avoid construct with Duval.County, once week for .four months. WM. B. ROSS. [cash prices, bjr; ,, :
affect the tille or claims t.. any vat- Christians, had the whole of the fore, THOMAS DOUGLASS, Justlc of the Peace..- .JOSEPH FINEGAN 1: ;
rant or certificate herein before provided cabins ana saloons of the steamer.ex"clu8ivey Jadge.&c. &c. June 1,1850. 3mAdmlnl Ma118..1. -, ." .'tr' .

made or executed prior to the | to ther: own use, and there July 20th, 1850 4m trator* Notice. Notice- -.- I I.t

i'sueof such warrant or certificateshall 'thy fitted.up their own cooking.nppa. NOTICE. 4 U persons indebted to the estate Josepl 1 t Ii I
be null and void all intents and handsome oriental Vaaghtjlate Putnam county deceased SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by j .
to purposes ratus. The General is a TO CLAIMANTS OF BOUNTY, LANDS. ire requested to tuke'immediate payment'tithe Committee' of 64 St '

whatsoever ; nor hall such cer; ery dark, 32 years old, and a l f hUE undersigned proposes to obtain Warrants undersigned those havingclaims spins: JSeminary, of Learning" .located at ,Madison John't;: t
tificate or wai rants, or tbe land obtained'(great man in I t1itl., He dresses magnificently 1. for lands for all claimants who will the estate are hereby notified to present then I [Court House Florida,' until, 12 o'clock, tt; oa :
becntillttd thereto under the Act .before within the time law" this noti I [Saturday,the 6th day f July next'for
thereby, hem in anywise affected by or and his manners are said to I now v { prescribe by or ? furnali.
charged with 'the When Congress when the same shall have pas ed and I will be plead in bar of their recovery. ingmaterial, erecting'and finishing complete,. r, .
or subject to and they 1 ; ;
payment be polished graceful. become a law, for the moderate sum of FIVE MELTQJfHAYNES. of wood, a main.building,. fifty by thirty feet t i4pIi
of Iy debtor claim incurred by such landed at Southampton, they would not DOLLARS for each Warrant when obtained. Administrator [two stories high,with. two wings,,each twenty !

'fficerorsoldierprior to the issuing ofthe go to a hotel, but occupied the Peninsular Tbe object of this nothe iI to giye to claimants'' JacksonTiUeJuneIstl85O.JCAONVILLE. St [five by.thirty feet. ; .
patent ; Provided, That the benefits offices, and hail their cooking, opportunity procuring warrants at the] | The whole work to becompJete.Jread.J'torde- I
[livery by the 20U1 da.1 of Decembernext
of least possible Bond
this expense.
act shall not accrue to erected in the yard. They
any per apparatus Those wishing to ,secure the services of the! ICHEAPSTORE forteMthfu1pfocfthe contact: will .
IOn who is a member of the present Con- are.very mysterious about their cook, undersigned, will call at his office, or address [barrequired.c ., .. -_, .. : J-
pess. ing ind eating. They aie continually him by letter, and prompt attention will be given Ledi Erich BaiildlBff' Persons disposed to bid, can obtain more speI '

We inviti especial attention to thelast washing fond of smoking, and of all I to their claims. PHILIP FRASER. BAT STREST fio information.to,the character of the wait : .
Attorney at law. .' Ito be dona/and also see. .a'draft ol the faildia? I
Section, which makes absolutely! [oriental habits of luxury. Jacksonville,E.F. July 20,1859. 66 THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in 1 by personal-application to...' '\ .
anil and the citizens Jacksonville and ear .BABTONC.POPRTHEODORE 1
void -
letter of
any attorney orWl MAINE ON THE SLAVERY QUESTION.The .-, Circuit Court, Southern, Circuit. Bunding country that he has opened the above HABtBJDGR' l i .
of tale that may affect the warrants -' stablishment with a view'to sell goods;at reasonable DANIEL.. S.GBAHAM, .
to b. given for the land before the [ Maine House of Representatives 5 I of Florida, Hillslrnro gh Co.SANCT ., rpiet, believing that "J1 I1b1e penny is \ B eildeonic&: i \
pas series of resolutions on I ietter than a slow shilling!' Ha.has.receivednd.is'constantly ;ProposaU will aJao'.be received and consider *
ate nf the bill. These warrants' in. bad passed : 'SUUA&D MCQU1&E; BiU I. C1wiI'JMlW'I rcceiring, the most. fashionable fad for erecting the buildings brick.:,.i t -- -
tended [the slavery question. The first, which I va. I J for Dwxrce.' and latest.style of. Fancy and Staple Dry mj', By; order of"tie Board of T1'1I* &. S :i I : --
as a bounty, as a gift by Govern McQirwz. f ; .
.,'- Goods.toIt-- 5. : ITABLESRtJ6sELL -
asserts the duty, of Congress; admit r t. s -3' t i 1 :
Inen' to those who have served thejiconniry ORDER AT CHAMBERS. ., rEnglish"and"American prints; Ginghams; ,, -, 8BTSTinfy.; I, H! 1; .
in [ California into the Union with her pre T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, I.Chambrays;.White and Colored MulIinij' I : :

a military capacity,-and I sent Constitution and boundaries, wai by affidavit of the complainant filed ineaid. ";Embroider iMnslina; Linen Lawns;: mw. 'mmS."; T4JR2i... ,. Iii.: ':: ..
jfcit Section is intended protect them Court, that ,the above mentioned defendant ro- : Silk Tissue and Bareze; L.C.Handkerchiefs;; ; ;c .t 4:4
n their adobted unanimously. The fourth rear :! sides oat of the State Florida, to wit;In the Silk and Cotton.Handkerchlcft{; BOWLING. ALLEY, BILLIARD .,
| A 1 .
property. compensation]I olution which instructs their del gatiol I [State of Georgia. It is ordered that a hearing ,Cotton Gloves; Lisle,Spun Silk' and Silk.,. d. '' ,.-,- >r SALOON. 1.' -' -. ,,.
w [ : :; .
certainly due to tho agent who may I Rod'the facts charged in B&id.Bill be had at the r,White, and.Colonel Hose; : .
obtain the Jin Congress to vote for no territoriabill I Fall term, in the year eighteen hiuidred and fifJtJi .'*" \ u' CHalf-Host.: 'T $ T ; .q;
warrant, but there are mao)r without a proviso against slavery, of said Court, proTioed that a copy of thisnworaer ., Brown S1.; ; -AdSh.etinp... I rnBE'SUBSCBJBEB'JL hasjasttoesei:; oa BAT :
*ho know ii [ Bleached: ** t SmNorthdeonedooreth: : ..
not the ease with which I be pablishea in some s puKic Newspaper .
**a be obtained was adopted by a vote of 94. to 35, 12!y of this State, for,the space,of three,months at :Irish Linens;..Silk Cravats;;. Colored do.r. Jcorncx"LIBERT*;..;stareeV RESTAURANT .
and ALLETirand '
would readily give (members It receive .the wholi (least, before the first day'of theI-sail term of. .Table D? JikiScotch Diaper; !" : BILLJARDfiALOOK :'
1 l large : voting. ." Swiss and I fhe establisninent! nas b.1ttIZ: p ) ,
share of what they never expec -lidConrt.7. Cambric Muslins. ;.: r-- ;
Jed Jwhig and Free Soil vote, but only i WiT5KM mr name at Chambers this f'fifth day .''D.--.a dd:' Striped-d O'V faew,-and is open for the reception_cfvisTaiour. ; ::
to get tn the benevolent individual: : .. th'eusua1bours.1 ii v.., .
White and Colored BerIii Cords .. ,,i ; .
In .
Lord thousand .
minority of the Democratic votes in ( of June.. the year our ,one ; ; .TII '.... ,
who aided them in acquiring it We un eight hundred and fifty. Trimmings, of every description; ; ; .'
House. Tbe Resolves now go to thi e ; French ASbeeDl1IppJIed*itb tMcboicest t ?.it
demand '; ( JOSEPH'S: ; LANCASTER, Cologne; Extracts;' ",: H, JtuOl'S :
that Five Dollars is the usua1wa I ( Judge of the CiI'C1 i' CoDnfor ..P_. Gilt and Bone Battens; :and beverage to suit tfrery pak& .m -p p
Sen te. '
demanded .CoatirsandLee' Gotten .. 3 preparedwithdespatdi. The.,dellesdes'. ., If
in Washington for ser p Ue Southern Judicial Circuitof Fla.Jnne29,1850 ... SpoOl. : s11 :
j-r-- 4V .. \.: + T"T Bihe season will be at all time*"snppHcdn -
: 3D "" ,. o to N..t.d.- :-
'" '
: .j !
I '' ;
ices -
oCt i. kind. and presume that ucfcttewill ) A Homestead Bill, exempting pro Ie ;,. v -.i t ,-- :'.l J.0 :Fringe,Gimps,.and Edging, :: .. j ; rsPartridges. .TB ,9 VeaJsoar.K... k h'.IN. '&en...,. t'
be I .. .a..naql. .... ;notice.. ,. > .i *ith every"'variety .Goods usually kept in I d1 ,O- a :'" 11 -
charged members I I .
by olwe : -
Iperty-to the value of $500 hapaBse<1 SIX,months after datclsball present my ac )- '.Goods 8tore.!..,Persons wishing parchasaL .. '.t : ..... ... S'l Ufi'tr ;! ...

legal profession here. [the New Hampshire'House of Represen I. ,counts and.Touchers, to the Hon.Judge ofn ,! L do'well to.. call"and exunine for themselves. H'A8\i Imported expressly fer'....g,, < I -
JjProbate'Duval county, for> final catflemest "ru :_ V WILLIAMS DB S. : !aDdiaoti.&Ut I'
and wil', :v .. mt beati.. ,
CONGRESS AND THE C4BLVE7,' hatires by:a>vote of 1J8 :,jo 77 ; ,(land kdjsbafromtbe fUrtheiadiy1"s .!'"'.:!iil201i,..1.clUt.< '.,'-- ..... ):17pArAM4&ND '- -11'. 4......,.1dtJaalrUu1Iadlt.r,. ... -... -- ...., -. i"t: .....), ........,.t,. '.,', i. ,
[ concurreJ'in by the Senate.Assort .. tration of the estate,of' John. Bcunddf. ,deed I :::' ft t... ...." "" -: I i .' .
For r Jlateof Duval : ': '. > RICE'STRAW HATS}|r'afi : '. -
the first tim Coring the session I. : of Hprnesiead: ,Jaw'went:'i int:0 county.MABY..R : : ... L A ajufromtbyo,
he House : -S YND:1: '-- : ,J.- .: .': :. .. : 112 oDTtn1 lfor.., th. = r:'i
Representatives" have sue. ( Virginia the 1. ;Tn ic IMinIdratrILf >.' .
in on : 4'Ladietf; Bonnets\:-Bonnet Trimmingfl; "
e operation ; ; ; mConormestiU.. beenpI44- .:. :
in giving con : n : i iUFELAND'S i : ..... .
or : a subject' not iderabledegreitreato directly:,con< following however is the meagrelistopHoxemplions .j.. a : ; ,,. 'Stationary:";A'generalajsDTtmentjof of every.descriptionjx Boots asdSheejreceived >-! Ieord1aly" :Iiivitethe' ;'.'.;pubUc4olL'\ :
*ecte. J. t, H Compound EtherealrSyratof .Juit and for sale .at*reduce C Ul1t"! ,'assurirtjj; _':$ J.shall -
with the slavery: questipn.{ 0|r ,. 1.V'r;: fe ,.Tar.iii immedi&te" Cough CureV : at thel&orl oj: r. ,. ', ft... ;'pare no.tocontoboteU then noreatiea .: ? .
Saturday the |. one'bedsteaJ i 'with J '.a:be d : J. ..J.U..BQU: _.. 3 : .. .
by extraordinary 1 1to One cow, ; ria1eb7' .,- ) : : 'PviL'I'.DEW: : s. JGEOBGBSOTF : -
or 158 .25, they adopted he resolu 1and' : 'bedding for.,i the same{-:z 'Feb.2, 1850.' /'".;. .* -tf. _'.'..'j"..'":, .It.. 2-";.ii '"!'. .'... r'4. .., ,..... Jac. aviUecbi.ry:p1849. : 1 1
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i j I j MUTUAL! tlFE .INSURANCE.. :'";"'I ;'jiA: KSONVJLL. .: bT :.rtj '- ',; YA.5BI: $ I '-- '- to' -J 8he r.'w:got,.' ., "1.bad......'.at'"' ,l_ ., ,
1 'th.t
; '
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I\ ..,.1HE .SUBSCRIBE1having takensaleasd: r.i -,.', C'L '''. ... .JJf.> ly: to:walk and,was u .
: ; he1plela
I ; AGENTS. :OiF THE. iL'of;the! 'HoteUformerly.occupieibyF.MT.reBpjBeifol ;: .:' 'tqJ'1- -J.: hI1 a she commenced' isinral 10ur 8a

i'.n p JV 9D.- 8olMtfftveoatui1kaU) i >of; QJitr iiithe*: iltnm ;she lxnm dlately began to '

: NEWT1OItK.'IiIFE INSUR-"' : theextended;, 'patrQn ge uwhich. has hitherto:, t.most,important pub ( I Id "'bercomplaints.Ieft' > erJAnd; aner_
ttJ. ACE. COfllPAfllf ," been ;bestowed",upon jthis'-well;knbwn establishment -: an most fashionable Pl bottles she.IS.resored. :

: ; .No.. 68 WALT.. STRELT- NEW YoRit .. In order"the, bett rto.D !ritit, they:' ttractive; putU6 Bq l : : : caseInogood th ugh U inlgbtij0 goodto-Bein&a':
have enlarged.thoroughly repaired"thcf .She se&'a niimbex'.of
important" iSites' ; : ;; recj iert4 i
t MORRIS FRANKLIN, President, building; and i'adopted: .many;..improvements ,to two 'H eip llobj' '- : aricius wrinsof prevIously. r: :11

: SPENCER. ,S. BENEDICT, Vice Pres le', t.. .promote the health,and comfort of their.gnest&, 'largement andthorough': : .. I.' JO N i81liT9'T !

FLINT ,FREEMAN Actu The old friends of the house will certainly House,'it'is J1 t': ce :
rl. '
fc .' deem it.an advantage: that the table will be under -, .
tablishrne&,1nAtherica. DI
b 1
\ Amount of Funds liable for losses205,089 34 the superintendence of an' experienced, fore,its position 1OREAT FEM..AtE 1J p'l _

Bal. of Premiums above invest- .-- Hostess; by whose: aid they flatter themselves. Subscriber returns 'DJt.TOWMSEl'iD SA -; ,
9 !
t : .they,shall not benivafled'by any,Hotel in the the for the"lib' r t 'and APAtJLt.t u'i""
1.1.ments 165,93767 public speedy cure for
i incipien
South being ermbled.by the constant steam : c .
: ; I
extended to him for
-00- : the general i '
communication with" Savannah'and'Charleston .. prostration:i h, ."t
Jlnnual Rates of Insurance of One endeavor to merit a : VEGETABLE matter twhether.the .reor
to have the advantage'of'tneifiil, (, markets of 'r : :: : r 1hel .J' ''

: JiundredDollars on a Single Life. those Cities. In adJition they' ;bring to'the bu- ,1une29. iSSO;f"1 .* :.was prepared.by a regular. accident.causes, produced by irrega: .. tl.
-.:::::::::::----- ..8ine, an experience of many'years-which:Vill :' T" and is the result of an ext en- r .
0& ,; w L Nohing can -be
I 4 c::'p4= .a s:: '" = .J= s::. '" c:: enable them to judgb: tter th means of at.' T ral years ina bilious cli .more S1Jrp Q" Ii'
.. I C1 e GI.as.3 C1 GI a CO a) G a) tending to the wants of those whovisit the mild ,R.' B.B'" : hav' nsed.'it: themselves, or vigoratiDg.effectS' on the liwwujf :
I + Vjr' 'i--- sons all weakness and
fS? *
t I s.-.oo4 p. s.-. _, OI. climate of Florida, r the 'purposes of,health; Affects upon 6 hersneed: no lassitude t
es-t d ;: d :: -= at become
; .cCo.I : Jo1 once robust % &ti
; k 0 0 :. 0 4 ;.40, 0 ::: pleasure. ,of' \. :1\II'ESSRS. 'R. R. its" great,value The health its influence. and faIrer '
I -< ; a'aa C; < a a-a THE ,INCREASING reputation; which-the :cli; J-f.l. ed the Wharfand ,been t,perfectly restored, by It. immediately coSSSSS')

c:: .t.. :9 _t S CH s:: .t.. =c':: .5.. mate of Florida,possesses in the estimation" of are now.pr"pllred;: in all other: remedies have 'netTetesness'of causeof the fenalegreat' fraae?' &V.*'fc
!. .. ... ... ... s:: s:: s:: DRY GOOD barrenness-
.s:: J.4 J.4 the medical faculty for the cure,of,consumption ? ,is. not'simply to suspend
< < < ,< < < It willno be
.2 :2' has induced AtfD time but the expected < fu, ht '
and'other pulmonary diseases a ;, to purify sys :!
; U 72 86 1 53 41 178 1 88331 vast increase of travel to this State, during.the.fall 'MENT't 'Io a' sound,and perfect heal fli. delicate a nature,to,exhibit,certi1lc tei ol.tl

15 77 88 156: 42 185 1 89 3 40 and winter months, of those who seek:the' BUSINESS. : on the. "causes, treatment performed, but we can assure.th. 'aict d

: 16 84 90 I 62 43. 1 89 192 351' relief afforded by milder, tmosphere-and in Theirrcharges are and ague and other diseases of hundreds of cases have i f_beenrepj t ,

'. 17 86 91 1..6a. 44 190 194 363 view of this fact, the subscribers have..determin nah rates. may be had gratis of the un- DR. TOWNSEND : \ 'WIfe beiD!gtQ

18 89 92 169' 45 1 911)6 373 that.their. exertions'to.merit: the 'patronage They- .are :the tressed by weakness andgeneral, deb

19 HO 94 137 46 192 198 389 which shall be bestowed upon them shall be Steamers at this place, ; 'certificates from men of the suffering continually by pain a dWi

20 91 9;; 1 77 47 193 199 401 without regard to toil or expense. to offer evry facility to testifying ,to.the great difficulties, and: baying known.

292 97 182 48 195; 202 '417 BUFFINGTON & COX. and the Public generally.! can be seen. on appli- medicine has effected great 'ctr rt'81"Jld";

22 94 '99 188 49 195 204 249 Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 184.9 tf .. Goods"consigned.to i hearing it Tecommended for such :a8ta" .
23 97 103 193 50 196 2 09 460 .f3r The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah -I ed and forwarded with HOLMES & CO.,. described, I'obtained'a bottleOfiotll.

., 24 99 107 198 51 197 220 475 Georgian will please copy the above i Their Store? Office Jacksonville and Vicinity. of Sarsaparffla; and followed the

p 25 1 00 112 204 52 202' 2'37' 490 until forbid. 'ted convenient to the : 24, 1849. 6m gave me. In a short period it re 'eSSS I
26 107 117 211 53 210 259 524 PalatkaSt.'John's plaints and restored her to "bealtli/'

27 1 1 12 123 2 17 54 1 18 2 89649 1849. COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful for the benefits she rejj:1:
28 120 128 224 55 232 321 :578 'Notice pleasure in thus ackno'Wledgingit,1I4
29' 128135231 .56247356605 SIX weeks after date. I hall ,apply to the mending it to the public.

30 131 136 236 57 270.; 4 20 627 Hon.,JuiIge of Probate .of Hillsborough HOL IE put up In quart lottks-itis M; MOORE, cor. of Grand &iy4

31 132 142 243 58 314 431 650 county, for letters of Administration on the Es- HOLMES r, and warranted su- Albany g. 1844.
32 133 146 250 59 367 463 675 ate of George' S. Payne, late of !said! county, I MESSRS. of \ It cures diseases without I TO MOTHERS AND

33 134 148 257 60 435 491 700 deed." JOHN DARLING. !I building formerly oc sickening or debilitating the pa- This Extractof SarsaparillaLasbecnSL MARRIEDL4 ,
264 61 453 508 725 Tampa, Fla., marl, 50.Lav adapted for a
34 135: 150 known as the ly prepared in reference to '
ccteKl p
35 136 153 275 62 471 529 755 Notice. have added to their WINTER MEDICINE. No female who has reason to !?

36 139 157 281 63 490 550 785 JACKSONVILLE 21 1849.flAyING from New York, full ;: and superiority of this Sar proaching that critiaJ lperiod "UiVtniaHS'
August ,
37 143 163 290 61 509 571 815 Groceries Hardware : other remedies is, it era- should .
neglect to
take it
left the State for California, I as it i. a certaiA
38 '148 170 305 65 534 599 855 which it invigorates the ventive for of
transferred my .business to Col. they are any the numerous aDd lirrlt.
3 11 66 559 627 895 cured !
157 176 prices. diseases to 'which
Samuel who will with females '
Spencer in conjunction are subje t ii li'
69't 83 3 20 67 5 90 6 62 945 and strengthen
t time of life.
They are now : This
unfinished period
Mr. Baker, prosecute all business to may be delajej ill t
March 17 a close. Hides, andotherproduce: can be cured, several years by using this medicine. '!ort11
', From ,the Mobile Daily Advertiser 47 The Militia claims in my charge-will be attended highest :Market rates, liver complaint, less valuable for those who ale appt !
LIFE .INsuR.cE.A practical illustration on consignments to,their catarrh asthma, spit woman ood it is
to by myself, in connection with CoL as calculated to assut- ;
of lie benefits of Life Insurance has recently Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Wash- and Charleston, or New <1, soreness in the chest, by quickening the blood and nvigorig t "

been furnished in this city. in the case of ington and every effort made by'tIsjointly to They have a new night sweats, diffi- system. Indeed,this nwdicne is inyaIugi

our lamented. fellow-citizen, the late Edward prosecute them to a successful result. I haveno Ploughs-to which they profuse expec ail the diseases to which women areni&L
F.Test. While in good health, some time lastyetr authority collect the money due on these the'attention'of Planters. and pain It braces the whole system, renews pSa

he effected an insurance:' on his life of claims, as I have always preferred to have what- Jacksonville. Nov. 6, the side., &c.have.and ntIy the natural energies-l.y. reiroTOeftt a
$5QQO! in the New York: Life IusuranceCom- of the
ever money may be appropriated placed in the body-not tofarstiitiiSlb! :
pany (formerly the Nautilus) of which Mr: hands of a.local paymaster, such as the parties Laud can be the system as to produce a subseqwnirelS

James M. Mundon ia agent in,this city. Mr. interested may select, after the act of their relief SALE, cured. tion, which is the case of most medicines tib.
Test died very suddenly, and the other day the : GREGORY YALE. MFOR of Land was a remedy that ha s for. female weakness and disease.
amount for which his life was insured, five thousand in desperate cases of con sump- DISEASE
28 tf Countypartly near THE HEART"
August J849. Rt .
; ?
dollars was promptly paid over to his family Marv'a Rivers beincr a ; and strengthens the TUBE, AND DRnp.f. .V... ""
by Mr. Mundon. School Books. Gra t. -The "t.boveois" to heal the ulcers on the NEW--- -YORK-- -,-July} 22 J84( I
This circumstance requires comment from ,gradually regain their ,
to it due force. It speaks to every head Towns Spelling Books Kirkham's Grammar, land with''conveniently l'owrisEl'OD-DeaT Sir: Nj .itt.b'
: us give the of been afflicted with
Blake's Rhetoric Clark's Grammar exception a disease of the Iicajtj
of family in a voice that. cannot be misunderstood I OF
a The advantages Abercrombie's'Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, of heavy hammock land CONSUMPTION. with a terrible rupture forever fifteen:W!
and should not be disobeyed. Scholars Companion, do Chemistry River. The whole or a day passes but there are the greater part of the time. SLe" ISatiu'; '
of the system, beneficent and hap Davies's First Lesson, do Zoology, .. cheap for cash Apply of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness breath and grtaifeij!
the mindof
py results, will suggest themselves to do School Arithdo .Treasury Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. tering of the Leant, which las teen trrjfeJ J
every reader; and we trust induce him to Jacksonville March 17 recently received: trcssing and Las '
metic frequently bein unitlitsl
and do'like wise." Certain it is, that no ,
go -Dear Sir : For the last leave her bed.: The
do do rupture was !
Algebra Physiology
,' very Tipi
prudent man, who has a family dependent upon New Books been afflicted with general and severe She tried almost
do Elem Geometry Burritt's l
'Geography vera imitijk1such
him for will neglect for a day the insurance ,
support, Lincoln's Botany and Atlas Received and for consumption of the last cases with lut little beurf.t. Viflifc
of his life. to ever gain health had taken but three lottks ycurejee1jmedicine
Mitchell Geography & I Hedges Logic, my of
J. McROBERT BAKER, Agent. i Atlas, Little Speaker THE CRATER, or through a course of medi fete was entirely relieved of tie.deesof J
H. D. HOLLAND, M. D., I Parker's First Lessons, milard's U. Slates, A Tale uf the. Pacific, by of some of the most distin ,the-heart: and the rupture bas aliucst a

'S Medical Examiner. do School Philos- I Chamber's Geology, Price :50 and members of the tirely disappeared. =
Jacksonville, April 6, 1850. lyLtCKWOOD'M {THE RAID OF New York and elsewhere She has also |
; ophy, Parker's Rhet Reader, had the dropsy, and %ai Jar,
'and a variety of French School Books TIlE FATAL ,most of my earnings in at- ,much swollen.. We had to idea that ejttt&
MAGAZINEAND For sale by By the Countess of my health, and after read- be Benefited as she had fetich a ccrai- csii:

TUB .. A. M., REED. THE of your SarsapariIla I resol- of diseases. But it has, ,as strange ss it nij ,;.
BrUsh Quarterly Kcvcws. Jasksonville, Feb. 2, 1850. tf A Tale of the .P'r; using six bottles I.found pear, reeved her of the dropsy. laiaivan

OWING to the late revolutions and counterrevolutions THE VIRGIN and called to see you at that this statement is so strange rstoajjc l

among the nations Europe, which NOTICE. A Romance of the last ; advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction.: but it is.: netcrflifJ? ,

have followed each other in such quick succession you for your advice. I per reality.. Your Safsaparilla is cut iDlra*!
and of which"the fad is not yet," the lea- ini' ; E have appointed T. ,0, HOUMES our Gen- Jacksonville, Sep. 1, Sarsaparilla,andhave been .uable medidne. and should Le used t1 U ;

ding periodicals of Great Britain have become VT' eral AO'entand Attorney; settle any usu labors for the last one that is suffering as we have teen. _.lfo;

invested with a degree of interest hitherto un and all business the name ofPalmer&Ferris.. Jacksonville hope by blessings of God disbelieve this accourt, they are ,at ''*'rrq..
middle be- To collect and receive all debts due the firm of to continue health. call at
known. They occupy a ground lIE Committee of my my house and have(;Cu'3r deuzrtxtuYours. ,
tween the hasty,disjointed, and necessarily irnr Palmer & Ferris, by ndlIotgagNote T following the expectations of all that ',respect fully, -.f.'

perfect records of the newspapers, and the elaborate or otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased.All The scholastic year is CHARLES QUIMBY. S WILLIAM TOWSEB, 1 JD.ma-.

I and ponderous treatises to be furnishedby persons.having demands against Palmer of eleven weeks each. .J.3 Aug. 2, 847. ,, -
4 .
the historian at a future day. Whoever & Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased will pre-- Orthography reading Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY. -

reads these periodicals obtains a correct and sent the same to T-'0. Holmes/or payment, and tic per term, $4,00., The, sworn according law, on N. R 'Purchase none'but such as have ffsj p
connected account of all the important political all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da' and Geography the foregoing statement is ers that hide the bottle comj.letelyinJbi

events of the old worldj as they occur, and rius Ferris, are requested to call on T. Holmes, above grammar with the higher best of his knowledge and the written signature of S.P. TOWKSEKRrPrincipal
conclusions drawn from them for settlement and make payment. CHAS.' QUIMBY. Office .
]garns the various ,I ed 126 Fultou-5t.SunBu2ttt!,;,
by the leading spirits of the age. The American SARAH P. FERRIS, natural, mental and to before me at Orange, 'Ic. L: ; Redding & co. 8 Stat -st. Bostcn'Jj; '

Publishers therefore deem it proper to call Adrn'x.of FERRi&dec! Chemistry, Geology, CYRUS BALDWIN, & sons, (132 North. Second-st. TbiIr.dcJpK:

renewed attention to the works they republish DAVID L.PALMER; and Evidences of, Justice of the Peace t S.Hance, druggist!: Baltimore; Enrol &"

and the very low prices at which they are offered Jacksonville,Jan. 1st 1850.) tf Each quarter to be paid to Richmond ; P. M. Cohen, Charleston-; $

to subscribers. The following is their vance. \ SAVED. & co. 151 ("hartres-st. New Orleans: 105:; wt.

list, 'iz : ,MAGNIFICENT. fjOTTJBBY. The scholars will be indeed-in fact we Lave Pc rl-st. Albany; K. Van Buckirk. 293 :cor.-

THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, tion experienced fem: that used Dr. Townsend's Market and Broa -sts.N'e'ark, N.J.. t
TIIE EDINBURGH REVIEW, One grnnil CJnpitnl of Provision has been lost any children the past: principal Druggists and Merchants gcnen. .I

1 NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, $< "00OOO-also.j0,000.$30OOO.$ O,000 Latin. French, Painting that did not sickened and' throughout the United States, West lathe !

j, REVIEW And 250 prizes of$2,000. & for which additional ; we publish below is con- Canadas. A. M.. IEED1ge t 1 i
THE WESTMINSTER I VIRGJ JA. STATE LOTTERY The first term its value, and is only anoth- JackOn'\'i1Jt"ln ,
: ,
AMDBLACKWOOD'S MA.GAZINE.I I For the'benefit'of Monongalia Academy, qer next. the lives of children : February, i848.. ly .
Class D Dear Sir: I had ,two chil
for1850. Applications for;
Periodicals are reprinted in New .'
The above 4
Sarsaparilla of the :
> To be drawn summer
at Alexandria he Committee of
their arrival the Brit- Vt on Saturday
York immediately on REDUCED PBIC
April 27, 1850, 'under the'superinten :\ ; one was only 15 ..
I in beautiful clear type on fine .
ish steamers, a other 3
dence of Commissioners. \: years. They were Jit the "Jacksonville; Cheap Sure!!*
the :
and faithful copies origi. *
white paper are .\ and we expected they would "
I nals. Blackwood's Magazine being an exact fac- J. 1V. MAUBV & Co., Manager I
n two
; up by respectable : SUBSCRIBER rcceri lI
: just
imue of the Edinburgh edition.In 78 number lottery-13 drawn THE ,
ballots. TREASURER.. the doctor informed,us that I the'following'articles which it
contained the views ,
these periodicals are SPLENDID SCHEME.I I : we resolved to try fers that '
and Rev. ,1- SWART, your at prices- cannot fail to suit ptl
i moderately, though clearly in England-To-expressed magnificent capital of $100,000; 'Jacksonville,July 7, heard so much of, but had., sers; *, ,,-::
of the three great parties '' being so much stuff Printed:Muslins
1 d.Radica1-"BJackwood" and the 1 splendid prize ot' ,- ? 50,000 -I from .. ISJito
ry,. Whig ', .PUBLIC : but we Polka '
the 1 do _' are very-1 do at 42%
f Quarterly'1 Tory "EdinburghReview" 30,000
"London : are ; for it undoubtedly saved i White '
and the "Westminster Review" V do : 20'000' mHE. BOOKS of s'u. I PliinandFig'tI do., from 15.te'
I Whig; 1 do write this that others may I Ginghams u,- 18 Wf
"North British Review" owes Us : I50oo JL ,stock of.the Atla ; ;{
Lib establishment ra.1ho to the last great ecclesiastical t' do ". ii, se) .. Company, will be \ Yours, respectfully,'. Calicos of.the.Latest Style, cc 10 : oooff.Line
.. JOHN' WILSON Jr. ". #
30 do ( .
movement in Scotland and is not ultra in its 3000' gustine, at the office, of Chamberays; r 20 ,
250 do (lowest'3-number Sept:fIS4.7., Figured Laces 18t07.
of the grand & ,oftumaJalcnowledge prizes) 2,000; at ninejo'clock; :M, -
: one. '
view on .
any : ,
tl; "
65 C.
TIC Handkerchiefs 12)J ,
prizesof ASY.L UM. t9.l
; it :was originally edited by 500) of September next, and. .
J Chalmers, and now, since his death., is con- 64 do '., 300, until the. whole stock i id Esq. one of the Assistants Linen'DnillsS' 31* "Ii.

Cudedby'his son-in-law;Drl: Hanna, associated :i' 65 dp '. 200 I j In behaltof the : Island,'is the Vestings, -, ce :?Or' '<

J' with Sir David Brewster., literary charac-J ; 65 do -leo i .r in the following letter; Snkan 'Lisle ThnadGloves" ,12
4,810 do A fine assortment Edging and 1 n!
ter is of the very highest order. The "w eit-? 80.1 :August 25,1849.. -
t minster? though repnnted under that title only; 27,040 do ,. ., 40',1J.'ickets ; ; more than..four thousan4 at every price, with many other.article*jaDry
1 published, in England under the title of the S40-Halves '$20,-Quarters $10-=: .1' that Dr. Townsend's Sar: G oods line Ji\tery-receind: A caH"$ '

1' "Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it being .Eighths $5. "' .. wishes -The' most severe and cited.. .WM,,P.DE\ -
in fact a union ofthe two Reviews former Price of certificates'packages, in the.. above.: a 7 : : : : eradicated. by its ex. May.. f8, 1850. tf.... _
published ani reprinted under jseperate title :Magnificent Scheme, as follows: ;; goqd negro men to work in! :. '' I

*. It has,.therefore, the advantage' by this A certificate' of package'Of,26' w' ole : : this place, for which i ISLAND, Sept.14,1847. ,BOARDING' 'j
eombimation, uniting in one work the best features tickets. '-. $50000) will be given. "." Dear Sir. I have suffered TTBK rcspedfnDj"fonn

of both as heretofore issued. Do .do halves 250 00: ,. *. with', the rheumatism;; .1. StJBSCRIBER'would
his friends and
eJ.i L c "pur copies of any ,or all .the above works Do Do "do'4o 26quarters'l25 00'' Garey'sjerry: .J-,: : ; : most tinie I: will be sent to one address on payment of the rcg* 26 eighths! :(0250: ., distressing pains'and
v I A certificate of package of len. ling on ;
ujaj subscrip'tion for .three -.the fourth copy; Dholes' will entil ; .swo I haye.used.
!' 4- tie the holder toaUover.$442ineU'that"may be< '4 'LIi'persons indebted Sarsaparilla they hav' tion of travellers, and solicits the ptrltovtJIekson"
bting > '
gratis. ] !
thosewho :
TERMS.For ; .drawn by .the twenty-six,tickets named therein:"' ZX: note: or mortgage; ( one thousand dollars worth :may-happen :
&';;17 Certificates. halve 1.quarters,and: eighths inproportion. thatMr.P.Praser-Attly..; : tcli ,better: 'Indeed,I:am' '..busmess" ,pleasure.or h a1th.: The'
one of the four Reviews $3,00pera'zn : anew and .has'been,recently ;;
any You one ,
authorized by us'tofriw tv are at
i. ,
liberty to ,
Cf'( .. use
For do 5.00. -- Invalids ban 'be farhisheirwith,
any twoy*: ;; : t *This' splendid scheme is one the -'Oiint.Jacksonville.-"" ""' *.;(". #' f th& mi ted. : ) ,
ati ;
hm do. .700 "- "" .., without and certain 6iivery.
fireplace maybe
} ti'actioeer'drawn ) ;; ;
! -, injlhe: United'Statei- P fJAMESCUMMINGS
f.a4fPu.rpflheteTIews.: .; 8',00 ".: ,.., well worthy of the attention ; :: :attention pai4 to their 9fOC"J." ...'
: .
Jari-26 :
; adventurers. > ,, .. } .JVA.LK.; ; FofBlack'w .
'ftMijgMlneiri v- is' rovl theTc6aaHrfJThe
3,00 --y r'v. ted for. irav.eUeralroni ;
r The lowest prize that can ber draw by'a ticket: <..' s-f. -;- 4' Sars.aP.Li'ilJ;is the'.yev '' ] < : c
-J ]
r For Blackwool and three Reviews! ,9:00: terms will b'e e moderate.
; 1ia vitig itthreeof:thi drawii ; female .there ; '
'fi tV faAtl *>Tourlle ew8.10 ,; iiuDD rs is: HASTINGS-; complaints .is ,, os.;
00 -
For Dl < Wl\f :
; .
iKji-tAc + : :: f ; :B&PPN .,.
2000. :/ --'i.p ,- : ; ; \l n ,aidtbisandi': of \ <
.. i i pay7Itckva.4-4>> inoZZctuesf.advance.- '' I:::'v hi-den for tickets and shares and certificates1.of ; !.,"A.c 'fo COn {p lo / : ) "females1-that Svere".rosi 0# Jaks. "o.i1I1eDc..t T;., .,. 22d,184P..!! : I.}J
1J : :: > "
." ; ., packagei in'tbV above, m ifiQent! scheme aIl'diseasesofthe p :!.. : s a td::*hiclritmales. are_ ,,,, _I ':' ,- '$
:: ''; *.*. Remittances t ,and communicatioas should 'will! bepronjptly! ,, .............. : .. '
\ :,". f'-, ; .. be alay3 addressed'" post-paid-' ." '. .franked' to 'Ibo:4rhw1n'il1':: be sent lrnmediate1ftejii .:i_/Feb. >...O-18ItO.. ., .J...., ...::0..1;. .H' ;;: .5-S, 'ok. TX'monthsiifter.; date shan: >res itO .
: :; ." "' S,thophbliibisii;" over, to 0.11f.J. o-may order,tickets frpnVus; ; r ; YoIt1J Sept.22,1843'. ;- counts and'vouchers,to theHoaJpProbate "
; ff, ; ; .'.UsiLEON"* SCOTT & CO., ,Address J.'&' MAURP'Agents ts,'* '-; r : ...(QlE) '::1ED ) : ; };;r]&r:, My.wife Jfl"for ., (fcir. puyitlCor"f! ": ,se"It1nh -_*_.
I T' h P ;. ;VAN STKBET.New-York, ..'';, .'::1 .jf : : ; 1. "' .A Alexandria"Vav. : :' J., O fnl|Df. : veryliick. ., .greatly. ,[ discharge. : .:
; 'Eutrance :;4 Gold atJ :' ::.J ? v
: 26' l"h T- FiJ1US
: I IT It February :))9. 2nl' 1 | NEATLY'EXECUTED AT ; elDgnuuce ..by a deed. SARAH P.: *T1;
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.., : ''. 'such' i 'as fcmalesare. liabe .': .Ja iviUt"Janlar1! ,,19"",, 1850. t

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