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 27, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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; j with the advertisement. '* On mohonferMr.TutEE II ) t1; c t 'v : .: fc v J/v win. bring"Ji a bill graduating he.bu bat in Austria money bis entirety '.
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. J lt" Senate proceeds Mr.WHrrcoMB! .My motion fa" made without genersJljr.rwJU it ? lEngland is her if r : '
Aherdsementl $ot marked with the number' ed to the xxmsideiaUon of the bill to support. .j'; butI. : trying band agaia : .
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.r barrensinFlorida ? my part thecommittee would take particular'class:x>f lands. I canuot ;These ne tiitions .
.al(Juried'for. ing the he question Pendink'he: into serious! conziderticn.thprojriety of extendfbg -, the existence Of any'good reason; for imagine | arreste\l bythe; 'deparfure'fromLondonoftha witresudden ._ Lily

. rTf ire dollari will be charged for all announce' Committ upon on P amendment bli'L ndS\:reported*i .Wh'.,,from-* ,:the J the pnnciple! of:graduation"t6:; :all the lt Ip isb3ao/rondie remarks the doing hon sa ia-- French mba who, waa&tytoT: them. -
,ofclDcbd&tes for ffice.ae M.Y.said : public 1andsTorthe r ason&euggestedby.the ble senator?from-Georgia' (MrDsos ) 'that Since then they have again>een resusied' and;?: -
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irjlircnot senator Aom lam the yams some kindpf _
Mississippi it hould cfthjsc1assof
Six Month*, $10 00 willing ; protocol has "
1eI aare.for t be concurred in. The ; : landsiz.siisceptjble of : ;already been"vsigned ,
Drop6sitionof; the hillis go without instructip.nSjhopirig! that the eommitf beingr.raisedJ>y means of .by'ohe'brtwoof; the., great :
I' Imprdvemehts '
Joe to DebtOrs and.Creditor. : 7.-00 ,to reduce the minimum price of,the lands refer tee will consider suggestion's well: as thonotth actually going on'in tftftt wnich"are : the succession to the)united po'wet guarrtnteiog *- p
xatt ; for LettersofAdmlnhltratIOTI. 5 00 red wtd twenty fiiecent&ThB cominitte '- "v" it not country yl think 'mark'and of::Den .
jpietrion pro pose .l5enat9tro fJo ; ;;. t. s- ? improbable that,afetheserwprejen the Dntcbies. to onVof t c ..
, ir7 AD religious notice. will be insene1gratui.CPIJ fifty pent'' think' if thi sum is fixed at fifty Mr.,kowisT: r wbuldsugge a\i Mr.President-4T aitLmade,landsnownearlwiorthles .bnnchesdf the Ducal falouly orOJdenb f1

ire cents, the object' of the bilTwiirbe"defe .. to the honorable senator rrom'IndianBf that ear; valued several d9llartanacie.L laajr. .be "the exclusion oft 'other to .: _

.Vj'All! eommnnicaixms must be '&addressed'toC. These are not agrfcnlturalfkndaThey .are ly in thesession I introduced .a similar,' bill for. The Vies PjiEsiDKJtT.. \; thing.thatjt'ia: .:\ 1: -g not,., of Augustenburg and the Prince heivIzthifjjy iFrederick. J *'*
suitable only for stoj5k.lan3s for lumber and the graduation n of the' prlc 'otth 'in orde for .
t'lIIr ST'.C- GlLLtTT. .potat p1fi.jmissabIj -zcdttmtmicxtfoaa l.tores. na-.. pnbialands{ seiiatortodL ass the merit J of latter! i.r)1 ( nwilIii3g.Uor I .
: They ale Ae of nb which .tJ ebilL J' cede his ;
rererred claims
isimnal Vlrp prod uctt 9n. was to tbe'Cdmmiitee on PitMicv : : /-*.*jrr'.. L' to Russia,,whose.represenUtlve
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p- .<-tl ILih'wiUmoreUan aUQt'6m enall n :.Lands., 1: do,not know.whatiction5the committee -;r :> MrBRicHT.ThenI, ,ill :Barren Brunnowj is the'concoctor ..
tt4t _CbrPi srdsemee1! to the labor besfowed upon the}rodadion., r Jts' have take'ntipon the" suojectY but I agree :of the bill when it comes np for k.of..th merits;, as he.is.the heir apparent to therel6ciotaf the-rj Ian,;; --St
*All bills for Job Printing must be paid on theUifiyoflbework. has been fO'&iIld.in theexpenence of the southern -] -with'fne'sie&atpr fromi Indiana'that ft'general? I ICfiratleJpenilHtt; 5tonsenta: .-to itsfinal'paa, Hesse.:, ,.. .? *. .;.?; L.- -S *|,' -(.

011nr ._ I 'States, in private and Dublic salesl.u,__:,/that____ thR___ system. of legislation ..wouldbe_. preferable. !1 the l II"und if ths 'committee; Will Ijnug'moauri,ins -V- U fs i 1li"- ._-_"t_:."* S' :,'.; -- _.

ce I'' K K & flIcINTOSH sum of fifty cents cannot obtained for lands should prefer.t at the committee would have reported -", general gradoitlon'lnll"?8pptle ble;to th'e.pub-- ti nandscezxzsto enjoy his zcredTyas '. ',, -S SIC1iisp0eoubs
of this description.- '.large sale occurred bill the I lic lands iwsUarta a I ati9nahriu5mpb: : : ..
very upon subject"buttheyKhavenot ; of the coOntryit.:shall hate Thfjflcre33 p :ot LOis \ .
it ATTORNEY AT LAW, in Florida in which a large quantity of lands done so ; and I.would.ask::vof,the committee" my support, ; Najo1 uu M jwu,OOr a month besides hka!. .
of this description was exposed to whether action has been had that Mr/Yttk&. "Mr ary of.$120 ))00'a _
;. tTTILL attend the Circuit Courts in theY public auction any upon ,:sldentl'win'Ja1-with year. That.will d ,tor'! e I
in which 300 acres were sold and in bill ? ;- % ? pawd t ner President ofa BepubUc .
Eastern Circuit; the United Statesjfcrict !graduition. Uhno gen- _S10,000 a year! lu .
. at St. the which the highest price obtained for some pine Mr. FELCH. I would state that ,the till. adverted tleman is more desirous of. etlDg .Qch"a)11easuie' connection .with this bJeetor expensei we
; Court Augustine
and ; Supreme lands was, I believe, one m\Il Some of them to by the senator from 'Louisiana was arrled ugh congress thatiazn'' ond- IaY 'anofficialStatent of the expeWof th -S:-,
jrart at Tallahassee of; Florida prosecute Claims forjzens brought four, five, and six mills; but none of referred to the Committee on Public Lands, find it:1.beieyedthat itw8S'praiicable ; G nr1 mezit',t Louis'Phiflippe: for each
in the Gov- toaecure
.8.t. any part either against them reached one cent per acre. There was a that the general principle contained in it has it :i a4! readily accede u> the from 1830 to 1848r pon&ll"Lterzge they year
at Washington before proposition.- were .
.t.t. mtnt Congress sale school lands last'spring, which .Happen, been considered by that'committl"e.. This has 1 have been a very steady and cordial iirnorter'' as foUows: I

rtt the Departments. ed to be lands of this'description. They offer- been before the Committees together..with:various -' ortjepaduationpUn. BussiraUpropiiions The income of the. .Crown, _exclusive of the .'
.r--, j3: ADDRESS: JadsD7I1illt'East Florida. ed those which lay upon navigable waters and projects for disposing of the public lands. .ha effect have failed in the House be- allowances and private pr pertj-'of the Duches

. Htjll, 1850, tf consequently were mst valuable, but none of The committee: are now1' prepared, or will. .be hen wilU00ntinuet"ail there UD liI'i a new,dJ, Orleans and some of.the"Prices, amounted

them brought the minimum price of fifty cent prepared by to-morrow, to.make a report 'upon ,i pointmen\-shal1 give "'$he:>'De1r. tates'aIid:addi-ap tola400,00a francs, or abort 74GOOOl.a year./ .
Ieis D. & EN D.RI and there were consequently no sales. I the whole subject and to dona ln Ofthis'enormous
CI II. CK. am express their. ;hope strength the ther! HotlS It imi oe revenue only 6007/a year was
ATTORNEYAND satisfied that the object of the bill will be defea- that some legislation/will be had. upon thematterat useless, fthink to.attempt(at this sesaon'td ign'ed b.r the- King forbis.erson l .ievice '
crit ted, if the price is fixed at'fifty cents an acre..1lr. this session.. There is another fact that has urge the passage ,of the 'gradu tion".billi( an&4tJOL.aycar Jor.hls .personal upense,

FELCH.. I will say one word, Mr. President an important bearing upon this question',. and. there was ..chance of success I -would join S '4,000Layear 'f r the Queen's.. establishment ; :
Ie Counsellor at Law. in regard to the amendment. The bill, refer to that legislation which. has already granted -' the gentleman readily iV FwouU be happy and SOOOOL.a year for thePrln esnnd Pnnces-t' ,
e as originally introduced, proposed reduce the' so far as the. action of the Senate can to try it,however'; and I'have; thbughtbf the .sest exclusive: of jonrnqrs. The,establisnmentst '. .

r rrTILL practice in the several Courts of the price of the yellow-pine lands to twenty-five grant, to the different States all the lands lying mode of bringing m a pr pogti n>for graduai otthatplaee were on' magnificent scalei-17. '
'VY Eastern Circuit, and in the Counties of cents per acre, instead of$1 25 cents which is within their limits which are,not susceptible tiott I.E amendment to the bounty land bill 000l.a yearfo"the household of the' Tuileries '

and Benton of the Southern Circuit the minimum price before established. The ,. cultivation That class of lands will embrace when.. it comes from. the ,btbervHouse!. soOOOl.'a"yearhr the.table ; .:
Hillsboroogh __:.*__ ."_.._1.* ____ ____,_in. '.. ..wluuugui "1 hiir the ; 33,000/ayear for
:1t of Florida. \iVUUiUU ) upon consultation Wlln tae good many lauds which are referred to in Lfl ought.that possible in,'that;form the measure .stables;, with about 310 horses,"and 11,0001' -

:1g Tampa Bay, October 2Sth 1849.-nov.17. Department of the Land Office that it would be th graduation hill, and for which a'.priceless might be carried through.,:,Hut.as an indepen owrefor, the studand: field sports;l7,000/ .

. better, though they were satisfied that no sales than the minimum price fixed by that bill. dent measure-,,! feel confident ,that there is no year,'for washing;21)0001fQ1"lighting, J&<.,- ', -
p CHAR I, CM P. COOPER, of the lands could be'made at the present mini- I will merely rem rk' poD that subject, however prospect of its being passed at present; The' Koyal mannfact 'of' Seories, Gobetfns f' ':'
ATTORNEY mum price, to reduce it to fifty cents instead of that the committee have taken all these Now, the distinction which exist between the' : andBeauTais, whose productioB8 were destined ; i-r

twenty-five cents as proposed, in the original plans together, and have prepared their report bill no,.before us and a general graduation bill ; for presents cost 50,0007.a/ear. ;
ANDCcnnaillorat bill. Thereis, I believe, on file in the Land Office which they will be ready to .present ina:: is, that this, purposes not a graduation: but : These .expenses; lobP, amounting: about' 1

Law a communication upon that subject, recom-. few days. Upon that account I should.prefer, as I introduced the bill, reduction of the 5 00,0001 a year, were noMusceptibl of nutel : -
I mending the reduction We thought it would very much to have this bill stand by itself.-1 l. 'price of certain lands; and why.J ;Because the rial reduction. 'The. entertainments, presents :: --
d rTAYING resumed hisprofessionwil1 devote be better to reduce them to this amount, because see no object in having it recommitted to the pine lands,constitute a separate and distinct and journeys of the Royal Family'coSt about, :' -

. tl himself exr7/fttre/y to its practice,through- it was supposed that no sales would take committee, or attempting to, connect it with any cl. ,They are, not agricultural lands/but 50,000more.. Thecharitiea 6f the Kine'42,000 4_
'In tte Eastern Circuit of Florida.Jaksonville place at higher amount, but that, some sales. general graduation bill.The committee'have' grazing lands, and lands suitable for-the','lum, a year, and of the Queen, lSOOOlwithont reck- t ,; ..
t E.FilL, Nov. 10th, 1849. might be made at the price fixed by the commit considered that, and are prepared, as I said,to, ber business and fcr the naval-stvre business oning those of the Princes.- .In''patronage or i

. PENC: II & BAKER tee. It might, then, be fixed at this amount at report. The bill was presented applying. for neither of which purpos swill..the produc, the arts,subscriptions taUterarrwofloipQr- '! -- -
present; and then, if further reduction was a class of lands standing entirely by themselves tions(yield more than a fair compensation for chase of works of arta and' arChitectural em- ; ; ; -
ot Sttonirfifl at 2Lato, necessary after selling what can be sold at this according to information derived from the Land th labor bestowed in the works.The lands elhshments thedomains of the Crown, the '
r Jacksonville Pin.ITTILL price, a further reduction can be made. Office showing that these lands:will n sell at w lands, are;worth nothing at ,alL Now_ .the, King annually expended upwards of three mil.. .
e Mr. DAVIS,of Mississippi. I agree with thesenator the minimum price under thft existing law;and senator is'from the western country, where, an lions and a half of francs{or'about 140,000Ia. .

t practice in the several Courts in the /rom Florida, from some knowledge of it was for that reason)hat the bill presented by alluvial'soil, nd.he knows,nothin at,all, of year,during his whole gu.e. whole of the .
e If I Eastern Circuit of Florida; in the U. this kind oflands that twenty-five cents is all the' honorable senator from Florida was report th description n of land.: If he were to.travel, ]property collected an J natrifcted-, which i ,_
District Court.: Northern District of Florida I they would sell for. As the committee have"a ed back with this amendment. We did not suppose through North Carolina and'the southwestern h a ftt'eoMtb auch jtiaitthree millions sterling i j.. J ; fr

Supreme Court at Tallahassee; and prosecute different opinion and sagged a further,change, that this bill-would be made iuo-of-iooamrjM Stat he learnjatmiUungxjfLtlieir-.char has of wut se passed tntothepo&seiouof .
V claims before Congress and the Departments as the chairman now states, would suggest the with it the question of the general disposition i acter 7 orTb7 referring Dr. Ly+Wa-irerk-va the a: .nd became th.'properi7ofthe'nation. .. .
! Government at Washington. feature in this bill of a further reduction upon the public lands. We reported .a bill upon geology, he will learn that it was once, at some The res o .tese munificent"exrjenws 'was .I .&

JIIS.McPiOCERl .uan. S. SPENCER.Jan. all lands not sold within given period. Irthe' the simple facts relation to this class of land, ': period in the history of the world, the bottom of thai,ihe iriJ List was exceeded'bT 'about. 300001a ,- '. -..: f

: .6,'-:. ly chairman will amend the amendment asrto propose being certain that they would not sell ibr the a seat and has since been thrown up and exsic- years and that the Royal prOperty was ,
_ a further reduction at the end ofthe term price fixed. How far this particular species of cated. Itis, therefore, a sea bottom. and not left charged with a debt or600.000L 'I -
IIILIp FIIAMR. of five years, and so on, until we have reached i lands may be affected by the general biD I do suitable for agricultural purposes. It consists Among the items intelligence brought by I

AE5POKSTIBYAND a minimum,I should make no objection to the hot now undertake to say. I suppose that.billst .of dry sand. It is because,they con the Hibernia, we find the following. The .
adoption of the amendment. will contain t'meeL pIe'are evidently disaffected bat t
no provision adequate separate class of lands that I propose to towards.their-
Mr. FELCH. I have no objection to gradua'e case of these iands. It seems to me proper, reduce them to the price' at which the Land L taid gqvermnent, and it is onlr' to' be I -
Coutiflclioc at 2Lati, in that way if it is thought of sufficient importance therefore, that this bill should standby itself; Office supposes they may be BOld and prodoCBe that in their next effort to overthrow''it red.I they ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. to do it. It would make a change in the 'while, at the same time have no objection to; some benefit to the citizen,and cease to, embarrass -* Jzi31 fall into the YOm excesses anarchy&n\l, i -
of the disposition of lands which recommittal and the bloodshed. ; .. ,; '- ..
attend to professional business system public the : considering the suggestions industry in the States in which they --S .
WILL any to be introduced in another from the lie. A quantity of arms and : -,
r to him in the Courts of the ought perhaps, different parts'of the house;itpay ammnnition has late I
Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at bill; but if this is preferred by the Senate, the m possibly be best to recommit the bill to'the Now the senator from Georgia has madea lUg ly been found concealed in a' :village of,Bases. '
TiMassee. He has also such an advantageous committee would have no objection to make to i committee, who will report upon it in view of gestion which looks very-much to me D.sare. Alpes. Several pel'Bhne arrested..' '' 7

connection with an able Lawyer at Washington a graduation in that way. : all the objections that have been made. markable instance of killing with, kindness.- Sixteen persous'havbee: arrested on a' : 5
City as will ensure a prompt and speedy Mr.YULEE. The object may be accomplishedby L Mr. ]A wso.-. Mr.President, I want to ask [We ask;in this bill,an-act for the benefit of the :charge'of conspiracy, at the 'Crcix Eousses afr: .
collection of such claims as may be placedin inserting after the words "fifty 'cents" thewords..cfor ;o f the senator from Florida whether that State ;States in'which these lands He, and:he proposes Lyons, and important paperaseized. ';
His hands against the United States. and during a period of five tears, 'haS made any application for lands from the :to kill it by'offering another. >posi ,which. } It is how uscertalaecfbeyOndtidoubt that

Sept.Sth,18-19. ty and after that time for 25 ceuts an acre. ''government for a railroad actoss the peninsula- :he knows will not probably pass at.this'session L tne conspiracy just discovered at Oran was but. j:
Mr. DAVIS, of Mississippi. I do not agree with |of Florida, which has been surveyed 1 ;ifatall. '. .., 'a part of thegrand plan tortheoverthro" :

jJ.; p. San 1r t rJ 0 11 the chairman of the Committee on Public Lands \ Mr. YULEE. No; there has een no such ap Mr. DAWSON, This is the very session to do exiting institutions,and of-um rsaI pillage, -.- .
that this is not a matter of great importance. :p Ucition. 6 and of which the centres wereParis and other

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOE AT LAW I I It is certainly a matter of great importance that Mr. DAW ON. Welt until that is done upon Mr.'YULn. If the measure should pass the capital' The conspirators' Algeria corres ;

HAVING removed his office from Columbia the government of the United States should not the part of that State, I should hope.that this Senate, the honorable senator knows'.that bills ponded directly with the secret society at Ly b
to. Jacksonville Duval hold lands within the States at for which in of this character ons. That of Orazi'wugbtiip bT the
County prices bill should not pass a formto authorize the sale that have passed this house. instiga -
r ectfully informs his friends that he has as. the lands cannot be sold. In the next place, |of these lands at twenty-five cents an acre.- for the.last four or five years:, have'always been tion of some members of the'rmunicipal council .

waited vita him. in. the practice of Law, his holding a very large amount of property within iWhen that shall be done, the country will improve refused by the Other house and.they wo'uldbe: there, and otherpersons< employed" under1. the '
trotter, S.W. SASDERSOS. the States exempt from taxation by compact, I under the influence of so. important >an refused pow. But the answer to the senator a 'government. v :

the firm will be represented at each and I think it:togethe .unjust that such an advantages improvement. These pine lands, so. Boon.as a this-and it is'one'that I would- make, to 'my; :: hesodetT was only waiting for-newS-ortha
Ivory term of the Circuit Court, in the'several I oulJ be taken of a position like that, as' railroad is run through them will become valuable l- friend front Indiana also-that no improvements ;success tthfdunrrection'iuFrance intended .
Counties of the Eastern Judicial Circuit-The to allow the government to continue to hold the, for the purposes of turpentine plantations.The I... which may.be made there, no railroad. which ,to break out at the(period of the 'discussion of 5 .- ,

Cnftty of Hamilton, in the Middle Circuit.Ae .- lands at a price at which itls known that they only reason why these. lands are. not of, caD be carried through< no canals which can'be'constructed : :. the Electoral Law, and.whicH was f o have been -

Supreme Court at Tallahassee,-and the c cannot' sold. If the chairman of the committee great value for that purpose already is, that it ,:.can'alter the valueof these lands,' on thelargest, and most'.terrible" scale.'The, '

JL S. Court at St.Augustine. will amend his amendment by accepting an: is so difficult to get the turpentine to the market so as to raise,them above theprice proposed moment& ; intelligence"1: had'amved' of the over$5 .- .-.l,
V All business entrusted to their care 'ti.1Ztceie I amendment,!.will propose that he amend it by When the railroad shall be made there will be this"case.1"And the T.ery proof Out is'offered by .moution. of the President* anlgoveramfnt,the:- -_; .
prompt attention. adding after fifty cents, "and all lands not sold plantations for the production'of turpentine, as referring to the fact that;on'the'naviguble'waters of the 1oristocraticrjqbArters of Paris -

Address, J. P. & S. W.SANDERSON. within five years shall then be offered 'at.twen- the honorable senator' will understand., The of thewhere' the richest public.lands. :.by Socialist r'eor other wise, the.establishment of the ..;_.
Jacksonville.. Duval C'ty.Fla t -five cents per acre; and all not sold,within 'tendency of such a road will therefore be not in theStnte'orFlonda are' located, the school : Republic; the .reconstr ction of the .

ten years, for twelve and a L .Ifcents_ per acre i; merely to augment the value of the"public lands lyingron the banks of that.river: were sel I-- 'guillotine were'tG do"thdr against. .the reactionaries:'&c, they j
CHARLES DEW A A L sold within ten thereafter in that but at the part.of the business is also ;
and aU .not years lands region; greatly: to.accommo ,ling, ,minimum price of fifty, cents an acre it i -
AUCTIONEER. shall revert to the States in which they lie." i date the whole country, :and.to increase the ,.andiQ a countryrapidly filling'np, I can ert4in.that was amereTaccident-that. of ..
JACKSONVILLE, E. F. That'is my plan of the graduation. I think it: < prosperity of the State.. I hope therefore.that. _offer no better evidence pfrtb&i 1 faC..than.,that, a letter being received, by a'person-of the same y .\
I of the
T>: BALD in any part of the County attended ig the best policy .for.the Government and the I the honorable senator will;not-require the reduction 'upou no navigable water where. it is"proppsed to name as one 1eadingsPiratora.thatL: 1;
to aid respectully solicited. best for-the States. of the price of these lands until'he has redl the'price of,thopnblie'lands will the; led.c _to'the'discbrery.of_ the.plotT : ;, vpBoac .
Jacksnvffle3 May 6,1848 Mr. WHITCPMB. I am.in favor of the system ,first obtained a.'grant of lands for aiding in.the tide-landaattain a value"above. _that. proposed in : "' IMi3azjz -
o graduating the public lands, for the reason a :construction: of this road. The road .is-one this_r bilL-fa r_ : :: Tkelinieric'Chronlele J. '
AGENCY assigned ; but I am not prepared to give assent ,which is very much wanted. The survey' has 1" TbeVICEP&ESIDENT.; The Chair begs flearej tJ .(Cowervative) hag the fo1lOngstatmenre. : <: .

or to a bill embracing that principle with regard been made, and i /will be built':at DO distant to statetbatthe.jnerjtsMthe arevnoVnow;;: .pecting, Mr. 'W1.11iamJ1-Tne :: -.

to one State. t day; When that.is done,and the augmentation under discussion. The motion, .is to recomi .familyofMthOrflb'tbiscitybasre1" .-1.\ :-.
DR. s. S. PITCH'SCELEBRATED Mr. DAVIS (r in his seat.) This is not for_one, of the lands in the vicinity has helped the Stateto i mit.MrJOLEE. _- '".v:' '. : :., .l. ,oeived Utters from that gentleman which' bear, f ,_. C"

MEDICINE State. defray the expenses:'of building the road,' i:: Well if",the"rSenateiwiil; allowme .out the previous accounts,f of his ill,treatmentat '..

Mr.WHCTcoMB. Or for, one description of then let them apply (orqductiozroftbpiice.. "I wjll contest that point .I;1 canjissureibe-, : Maria bland Sidneyjand' the severe restrici : ; : -
Used 5y him mth distinguished success in the lands-the yellow-pine lands. They have of such lands as remalD'unsold. Then;we will .Senate, ,"however,'ihat'1'fchall through in a' .tioDsrmdprirations of ,which he is made the I;

cure of swamp lands and..pine lands.in other. States. apply'the f reduction pri ip1: ,1 hope it will moment,:
Cougbs, Consumption,. Catarrh L, in Wisconsin, and probably iu'Mi4ga! l1r and I not be applied until then. N &.- .> :. > : by the-senatorfrom .Georgia-thatata.recentsaleoffanda o1 ThilocaIauthOritieshave1thpo- d : '
Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia think the principle should be adopted.for them MT.BBIGHT. Mr/President, I have heard iIO under theldecree'of the',court, ofwhich' 'uP thwunfortunategentleman: tfie: -JgiaprtsQ&tJtrvfiHance h :L''

Gonorrhoea Piles us well as for the-lands In'Florida!. I,.anv,opposed good reason fotredacirfg1 the price.'of these pinelands portion were pine i,lands, none of.thins. to.which.hea subject 'an excess :! -
Female to this partial system selling- the public and leaving other classes'of'the public. bio ghtaboye1 fi ve or.cix milla-an acre..' It was punishment unknonoth .m1sbn.-: ; .
Complaints,. &c.,.'&c. lands. claim to haTe had some, little 'experience i- lands, equally unsaleable,':tinprovlded:foE- because they were.not ag icalturalTanda";;they: doned convict' that works in the:iron; gangVTof-*- .
ALSO in that'branch'bf the public ri c,'and'1 Other lands haTe been JUSna.longm: the mark. constituted a distinct class olJ lands. anirwere th .eolony; AVe deeply regret to add'r.O'Brieia .:" f

Dr. S. S. Fitch't Supporters ShoulderBraces think it better to have v uniformity*oflegisl" et,'and have been found to; be just as"much' tf- returned to the Land Office;'as.-pine,,Janda.- : health suffers front this tyranbus.OIK: .0
tion in regard to it. .I;think Uij>eUer:.to..recommit beemeiteat which it 13 possible to sell them .They are*&bbwn'as! ';;au n;:and.' are'separafed; i pre;aggravated as it must appear when the: : -
Inhciing'Tubes, Lectures Committee Public I not tttegradoation principle at frowth. .xest.oflthe:domain' .' 'i go"ernmen"otagreaC.; empire thus concentrates ;
the bill 4o .the. on. am ,qpp on Consumption, and the. Lands, .for the purposeof the amendment:'proposed alL On the con rary Tfavor.ifnwheneTer pulp very great injury'to:Ihe;States in which.these its giant The to a solitary unresisting individual --. -. (
, art preserving Life and by the senator' froivMisalsSippi; lielandsnave been in'';,mpklti for a period;of 'lands lie,to hold 'them at a rate'at wMch they, friends diehtiesofMrO'. I I
Anda unsold.._,Under such circumstances b ,.eoTd Tb. Brien ftf this country;begin to feel moat anxious ,;
Health,- to' Old Age hope they will take.into consideration a years,and senator roin North XJarolina I''
extensive application of the.principle.; Imo: !re, 1 think,it, perfectly proper'to reduce* :knows that none of them can'attain higher, about his fate nndesucW2iiingula.iu.:: .' _.
4-c.j 8tc. theret'oze to recommit the bill to the Committee. th rFJ: 1 will;m.or ft bill that looks to the -' ortan35cents.. ,*..S ****-.*, "-"r'" -. tion,for it exhibits a species political tortu.rciisricoThltohe&iLishname ,

I kiTe been appointed Agent for the sale i offt Public Lands.. t-. --.o ff: _* -*' --- ..:*.:-ai tflon graduatio m4. gio. pfpn t .the u 'i: "?Mr ltewsoij : i-Z via ataaan eplytdW; : '. .. > .: --j-' 1; ;
) *above Goods and will keep them Constant "MrCYmJx. will makeno objection* tothafrwhatever leabl laDds of th'country..:c'I amunlifliag friend from,Florid Uia ufie, pine}fcida Jz: ',. .r.'...;...: -' .- -. '.. _' T _
7nhandattAyDrugLtore, In.the Town of ; :But I shall object' fcrthisv generalkind td p'ild 1 fot .tJi pii jIaUdsj! riyniY'lMiDg North Carolina through" which the railroad runs .,; .n"; a."f.L..y J.Nt4.'UQt.D.-.aa tatW "amvlnQ '!.. .. .

*fcpa.Tamp Bay Fla.- ,_ :of graduation of all the publielands in th, them bihattitle.and making. 1Irrin -' il biqee-: &&<;N tjon;UhD-9a& wi: .ttt t- iU1. PhiJ .p i.JIii1_ ._ ;.' ',0=. "' .
Dr: 1., D. BOOZB'8 United: StatesThey do not stand upon? a. i"en7- ment'with; ,; regard to themi;; mere:"fro'elgreat"many'land :sellingat t1l'Q nd thre' *&**&* creTJzI .Re., ft." ., ,_),'. ,u,.' -._._emea_, ; ..-J.'T.6M,. .' ,_
,.4istnkrI'! NfI! f tirely equal ground., 'Threoagr1oulVTal 11-, : -t ** orit-theTwefiterir- ...country .'1'autthd, itojsay.bjr InjJriend'tsmR&RBS : a.: ... .<.. ..., :o''L' nn. ,'
datclsharipresent'my: accounU lajidfli'.'TheT aye otcIassdIatin froalh'e known as marsh- :land,":or>broken. ,cbivbich. .':landa,. : --, ;viifft'rf*"rt .'\, 'Iti-.t:1. .> Ki AADP 4..- :, -1'.t. ,_ttIL_. :' .;

I-, TOocbmt the Hbn,Judge of other ia'nd \appropriareoY othtr/uses,;and .are.not worth a dollartand'a quarter an "I:.t f !he ouestion 1 1DfP the SUen lIMn. *".m.- ,J ",...rv' 't..." _.." _'.: .0. Q9l_ .. -
Probate Duval county;for4 final seUlementJ not worth:as mncb as agricultural londe,' There Cr'and which i diig13iave remained mf. oiIU_ : t ; .A'clij1Ie ; ":. 't'.lt-- .."r,:1 r....'-S-i.--. ... ,.-,_. "-. _' -- --
.uk.'discharge from,the r eradounUi' is. the.same "reason. distinguishing -betweenthem sold,- but reduce them'm (aiTc an acre asking u what thing toldmire has \-u""Mng.t 01.s1'1.7 O : -: -' .
of the estate of John E-BaundenLdecd d.acd; agricultural '-.dsaetw' .eznInCi.. 1. .'u lsp opoed in this"i1Ia c1.Ut.dl "ow4 bc -e .doa ._'. & :t lWend.L .aiabfltereetfng' 't 'INJ'ttb..', ,-
-" "" 1i. old.rery r adflflyI4sa1tber'e .' ':.e&nsD tit :' Sh h4 Qf" ; -I : the: Jfto01..1.111. .
,. .UYjIIoI.countw.: \ ; -. : lands nd..itiCIJlI appre 'dl weightof \ -
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S SENATE.-A message was received .from the, .- ,caste:: byIt.: .- ;-. &'' V, ** ,- '$:i f*", &>, .u.iiiec,... .. of 'thirteen., ,: lI that-- \r I1Ie.' ''Seward.. ,.. .. ''lion of dollars had fceen-squwdered 5 .

S Vice President the Int.elligenceofthedeath of the United States of, commariUoating the President JACKSONVILLE.. .JULY! 27, :,1350. :::::, ot"When. (Tyler: _ran:for the Vjce'PresKnc !:; .branch" ':of La th.'party' ....;:.will,._ oppose,t>> 'his !ad- thing'."erlO dlsgricefal}" ,aad, at'tW..:' :;
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of the United.States, Zachary Ta1 or. 'For Representative to, Congress, d ) onheFediral i; : ", "tickeMjJr.B: ministration, -:S'.., >.> ..' 1"_ '" .".. 5-. .. ... (: ;; depl O bJ. 1ei.i:;: ''
S A message was received from the house, who ". ..S ... -J ,! .4 ;
The .. 0 _
supported)the Democratic i ticket. 'j --''. -" ; -5
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S had appointed a committee of three, Mr Win- : 4 !itself I Nice months 'it'teat
JOHN BEAR TIorIdaIudia $ i.
I. throp,Mr.Morse,and Morehead to confer with usual Federal trick.of,resorting to..eveTy ,- ;4 Tk-""* _'*. ""' :*" f* ; eT9Treitnd"nolens
s committee of he Senate. attention of/ 'readers o. : exr'reznov1ng 1
( We calllie oar
OP LEON COUNTY and falseboodto I catch .Demo
Toleaa! '
The Senate appointed a committee, consisting S "- .f f : : J3G r'Aft) ;

of Messrs. Soule., Underwood: ,and.Davis,.' of" Ittnj, Beard and theO pbID" ratio votes succeeded, > in.1840 vasii. ;did. ;to i,' the following'communication-. ..-'- '. ,and. .',we. mtoftbe8emIolenfoL I : 'It...//f!!

.Y1S8.Mr. Webster offered a resolution. for S.the appointment or i in '1848 j but {the.former.period!- :,i it1.did" ]top:itVHl'be'co' $ linto ;.eet1perin : months time, .and'about__ _ailUcn of*i J ;

: of a committee to' wait on the Vice The .only) charge the Galphins! or not enore tebevififthe. :Federalists 'i the_ 'State,. l, ,Unless i. .the'Jf.ederalGov1eroment brifag,:off. ,'wia .70" or 80 old inen,, -.1.'_'.: I
President and inform him that the two Houses children! aid Uureo taurdertn ..
its and.its
held _
is ',to duty jIIt
j "Hincills : "This promise .
Oasis faction has facrymas ty
to bring 5
wouU meet in contention and receive any annunciation yet : .: Afterhavingperceived that h..i( -. c,

from him. against Maj. BEARD, is "that':he was once they weep.. .So ieiOftlie "oases"*were'I : .10' remove the'.Indians: unconditionaliythei'lettlemeptof boDcJi'.. (abOut'one hundred)',;:......1-.:...

Messrs., and Webster: reported, Cass in,answer and King that were the ViceS appointed no letter than themselves, /-in other. words. occupied'by"Democrat. ,:-and_ many:>.;& S i : ; 5 .t a considerable- 'merry at: -its expense,-cr, inUnghed 'o 11II..

President wouldmeetthe twoHouses. that he was a whig This,: it appears thirsty, whig! ;.Who'had been)journeying, portionof ourstale;will:.be retarded_ in at its silly efforts-.to rernojinstead 1:
After the Senate returned from'the House of : I
for and like Major -Putnam definitely.vIWe) hope .o r Senators !nJi moral.w pecuniary force; of
Representatives. they think, is about the, worst thing theycan .years years ., old :

"'S Messrs. Downs, Webster, Cass, Pearce, King, I : say of him. But if this vere true, through the ..."democratic'',desert" ,has R.resentativftsin Cohgress. willfully uianhthe6ble(ailed ,' bowheng : .

President.and Berrien delivered eulogies on.the deceased and there was good evidellce.tha. the ,refused the- **"cup comfort" h** 'so ardently -,'i expose';the miserable. policy that :hasbeenpursuedin : grass 1toZ1es.gllr.amiab, tried "what.Admi'virtue tlrew JiM":..
After concurring in the resolutions of the sinner had repented,. .surely he.: mightbe .desired. "Fellow 'Citizens,",,S ; :! regard t ,:to tho: Indisnsinithe :Christian: forbearance, submits; to all U:';tin :

House the Senate adjourned. forgiven. says our amiable) neighbor, ,"dou'Svutofor last':12iaonths7and iwston their:;. andinsulta ,tbatcanbeh 4p.
HOUSE OF REPR ENTATlVES.-The House met ,. ,
at 11.o'cluck. The Rev. Mr.-Butler, the chaplain But we, happen' to have, by us files of. Major BEABD: ,' for he',was appointed: .removal. '"l : *, ;.without offeringtbsihgbt&! rtaback iizt 1Bi
to the Senate. .offered up an ,appropriate : again to ..Jeil'enon'I
; S and'affecting prayer touching the melancholy .the St. Augustine Herald and News.of Mar.hal.by JohnTyl) .rand. confirmed :;.l Mai:'EDITOR :--All hoje is" now titan end:of the; -Indians in the i I

r i occurrence-the death 'of the late President Sept. 1842, which journal was at that unanimously 'by the, Senate !J') Such: ever .'hiving: ourjtndlau.' :meigbborsremoved itself foil enjoyment ot I.t "i
minus. .
one million of
Taylor. .' ) this will kill Candid ie !! from this jBoantryVxcept by the interposition ofour :
time under whig colors) and which logic as any and the '
On motion by Mr.Stanly, the reading of. the prove State.authorities; and it is with avid_ to' humbugged people oft .(

S journal The following was dispensed message with.was received from the conclusively that MajorBEARD never Try it !again neighbor., :call the attention CJf otrditizens to this fact, exactly in itatvyt*antebelbnt,bat m"i g

President of the United States by the hands of was "one of 'em." The extracts we The New Cabinet I that 1 am induced to make a brief exposition of J: say worse,became it is notorious, Out,tan:

S of his private secretary George P.Fisher. give below Crorn-both party papers will :The Savannah and Charleston papers I what the,General.Government s accomplished,, ;the troops arrived bore,and before'tb

WASUnGTON-JUI7 10; 1850: silence the arad'vill during the last -ne.mortbswilb! the aid of l of dollars! .had been trcamped, .theI.M: ,
Fdlon citizens f the Senate gentlemen on this-puint. of last week give the. 'following as the, much alarmed the crime which '

and House of-Representatires: \ drive them to seek. for other char- Cabinet of President FJLLM RE. 1500. ,troops,-and at an expense of about one ;, they 7,
wantonly and
I have to perform the melancholy duty of million .of d l1arL perpetrated, < Ituncoditjoj ,,
-not so atrocious haps but suchas R. (:. WINTHEOP of.Mass. Secretary dered to leave '
announcing to YOU, that it has pleased Almighty -I ges pel the country when Gen4
The outline of it is this the General Government
God to remove from this life,.Zachary Taylor will 'answer the purpose of amusing of State ', .. fir tarriv4 there Is scarcely ft doo fu.&Vj'"
late President of the United States. He' .deceased them until October; S. F..VINTON of :Ohio, Secretary of sent down here last fall', 1500 trcope, om would'have promptly done so. AI kit.it ..
last evening the hour of haIr.past 10 o'clock the Interior.M. manded by a Major General, .to :oar 130 assas: : !
feel that
they have
in the midst of his family, and surrounded by [From the St. Augustine Herald,Stpt.19lS42.] they acquired insijj:
S T. Pa. sins to:deliver up five of their members'and actually '
affectionate friends, calmly and in the full pos COL. SANCHEZ. MCKENNON. 'Secretary'of.the that portion Florida, which Gi=eral Y rt1.
session of all his faculties. Among 'hU last .: Treasury: :wasted two months of thefighting season so generously bestowed onthem.. Oat of i

words were these, which he uttered with'emphatic the"On nomination Saturday of we Col.received Sanchez information reappointed that U. W. A. GEAHAM, of N. C., Secretary of ofthe year.. in negotiating for the accomplishment 130 murderers who constituted their *- &
distinctness "I have done &
: always ruy of this''Ole But this is not the
War object.
I ready to die. is for S. Marshal for this District had been rejected by : they made the heavy sacrifice of sumsifaisf
duty. am My only regret
the Senate T. B. KING of California. worst these assassins were expressly,.informed,
the friends I leave behind me." by a strict party vote. Secretaryof three to the horrid fate of being traaspa&i Ii.

Having announced to you, fellow citizen ,this : THE NEW MARSHAL.: the Navy. 'hit in cue they..complied with this demand, a steamer to Arkansas,and there setet

most afflicted bereavement, and assuring you i Major John Beard, Jr., Clerk of our Superior; C. MOBEHBAD: of Ky., Postmaster they :would be permitted to remain! in undistur: In consideration.of this vast concession, 2cfy
that it has penetrated no heart with deeper grief : Court, has been appointed! and confirmed asMarshal General: 'I bed possession of that portion of the State, of c tie
than mine, it remains for me to say, that I pro : of this DistrIct. part, they obtained positive assurance thttfy
S pose this day, at 12 o'clock, in the Hall of the Major B. is a democrar, and since the proscription Judge HoPKtHsof, Ala,Attorney Gen- Florida, from.which;this same ministration I would never be disturbed-rbey-sj,

House of Representatives in the presence of.. of Col. Sanchez was irrevocably eral. ; had just-pledged :Itself to the Florida commissioners 'subsequently assured that r'
both Houses of Congress, to take the oath prescribed termined on, there is no man ire would sooner But a telegraphic despatch in the ,'that they should if necessary, be/cm-: be removed by force." and in they _'
by the Constitution, to enable me to enter sec holding the office. Our Whigs who have labored 'removed. Influenced by this.promise, the corrobontioa: <
I on the execution on the office, which this so incessantly for, it, have been cruelly Georgian Monday, dated Washingtan My Indians after wasted two' months of these assurances, they have recently; im.&.
event has devolved on me. treated by their friends in Congress-they have having part from the whole
July gives as the l latest and country a regiataTif f
MILLARD FJULMORC.The neither victory nor spoils. Major B. belongs L the most precious season of the year,deliver ed *
troops which bad been sent
down hew, 4&
message being read.M not w the "proscription" school.. most accurate report of the formation L up three of the murderers,-:and.it was then for nurse them tt !
r.Winthrop moved that a committee of three of the C binct. intimated that :
And in the same of the same the first time'delicately; 10 them
be appointed by the chair; on the part of the paper It i is now perfectly evident that the pwjk'{
House to meet such a committee as may be appointed date, we find the following paragraphNo :- Mr. Webster, Massachusetts, Sec. the goverflmentwUdcsiroui ,that they should Florida have nothing to expect from tit $
on the part of the Senate, to wait on thanks to the Senate that a whig Marshal retary of State.. emigrate.. Thelndians,,very naturally felt indignant blundering, faithless men_who sapriatcsdjsi

President, and to inform him that the two.I mas not appointed, for they had no chance Mr. Qoiwin, of.' Ohio, Secretary of r at deception which had jus*been direct our Indian relations .
and that
Houses will be assembled in the Hall of yt
Rep.resentatlvesto showing a whiggi h preference. Had one the Treasury. practiced on them,'and peremptorily refused to '
witness.the administering to him !look to our own Legislature to U i r k
whig been nominated wouldn't have swallowed .
of the oath of office prescribed, by the constitu him 'like a trout?" Mr Pearce, of Maryland. Secretaryof leave the country, stating reasonthat. "the. the removal of that incubus which ba. fRJI
the Interior. General had.tied to them." What did our able, 'I
tion.The [From the St. Au many years paralued oar &ad
: 1842. energiei iij'our
tweNens\Sept.\ ]
motion was to and Messrs Winth- Mr Graham North Carolina t he .
agreed "The-Her31d of this week boa &long article : of Secretary and honest 8ecretary-war donext; Why ; 4ll'"i;.t..., &
ropMorse and Morehead were appointed.by the of ? 'f" "
Navy next and of
stuped act
the of Col. Sanchez perpetrated a gross,
on subject rejection by the
tho committee. I shall
now quote
speaker the views 11,
A message was sent to the Senate, and subsequently U. S. Senate, and the appointment of)bj.Beard I Mr Bates, of Missouri Secretary of r rS perfidy,'.to the people of:Flondft by writing? to abated recently
4 a message was received informing the to the office ofU. S. Marshal for the. Eastern district War. the commandio General,that in no eventshouldthe to me on this subject, by an oc ,*.,

House that the proposition for committee had L of Florida )lr.:Nathan. K. Hall, of New York Indians forced to'leave the country. This the army, who has had long experifnwt- fa'tSi,
p !
been concurred in by the Senate, and that Mes "After clothing Col.Sanchez:with all the vir: Post Master General. : Florida war,and in whose judgement I.brt&i!
tues that adorn and S Intelligence so gratifying to the Indians,-was .
van humanity, investing ,
are Soule, Davis,of Mass and Underwood has utmost confide ce.- ?
been appointed the com.miteeon their part. him with the highest qualifications for office; tcall ; Mr. Crittenden,. of Kentucky, Attorney proclaimed mouth as soon as it arrived
which-we have no objection, he informs us General. "As soon as your Legislature meetj,sadtti
The House then took a receSS ;and no doubt had its effect ou the .grand
that the Col was sacrificed by the Senate because Mr. should be as soon as iu members arfeUetd
The Speaker at 12 o'clock again called the? : Webster's nomination was unan council which had assembled a few days after ... ;
House to order. he was a Democrat. He was "sacrificed on 'and instantly confirmed.) the Florida Indians should ba :outlaw& .|.T Ta jd
the altar of whiggery!I" which will proscribe all wards. The Indians as was to be expeotedtook
Senate headed officers
The by their were an
reward of$ ooo be oSfewd
for tack
nounced at the door. The members of the House Democrats no matter how pure their characters NOTE-From tbe'abo e it appears, the. government at its word, and having the
rose and received them. They then took their or how high their qualification. But after per that our former despatch was incorrect. choice offered them, either to remain peaceably r dead, or alive,and.3500 for each live womaaffchild.
seats. A few minutes:afcerwarJs Millard Fillmore petrating all this iniquity on Col.: S because he EDS. GEO.. Under this! system, the fcdUasSnlf j jtiU )
,. in the land of theit affection or to be bribed
was a Democrat, this same Senate turns round '
.. .. ,President of the United States, enteredthe I hunted and way.Uid .Which! tsJSW*
and the nomination another Democrat and flattered into to which they.
Hall of Representatives, in charge of the procures emigrating one yet been done-andwhjch bt
committee ofthe two Houses. Mr. boule on the; Major Beard,and'confirms his nomination unanimovsly WASHINGTON' July, 21. abhorred,of'Course selected the former, 'and! although unless never will _

right and Mr. Winthrop the left, conducted I IS disregarding Democratic principles, AH the Cabinet appointment noted I Ij six months solicitation and: entreaty under the incentive of high .rr'w4t-.
him to the speaker's chair: the House in the which we are warranted in saying, were well 1 j in despatch' to ',yesterday have There are now not'more" than 100.' warnca\:
known the of their ". my you backed by heavy rewards and theszuui-rcetf"rta '
meantime were standing. The Cabinet Whig majority body. the and
escor :
been confirmed.Weforbearcomment. country, parties from 50,!to,1i t
ted by the Marshal of the District of Cofuinbia, Strange changes have taken place of two Arkansas Delegations l have been steadily r armed with. double barreled wiilif .
also entered the Hall,and were conducted to until the next of about million of guns \ ,'
ap employed an expense one :
seat since 1842. When the Herald then ao ded as'here suggested,-flock Clo"nlD pamUthem Cf.
propriate mil informs which is the veritable Simon dollar it was all proved insufficient to induce
The Speaker stated that the oath of office warmly denounced the rejection of ('ol ; ,and not retire from the amuseaeat siti
J would now be administered: to the President' ; Pure.Death. them to remote, 'voluntarily;' from."a.- country as single thousand dollar runs'ai'.if,
: by the Chief Justice of the :United States.- Sanchez, the Col. was a Democrat, so from which t1ey} have been xplicillyr informed I" Pill! <
I House and stood until the of h< Robert Peel. The Indians will. be afraid, to kindle. a;. r C(
The rose following: strong too that he was accused by.some r they are nevefto lilOrudAner 'having humbugged -
S oath was administered by Chief Justice Cranch."I. fire a rifle,-for they will suspect that t rij"stili :
"I. Millard Fillmore, do solemnly swear' of his present whig fritnds of having Telegraphic Despatches of the news I our negotiators,in the old stereotypedfashion I a hUJ1t r"in every bush. It Is'pntl

that I will faithfully execute the offi e of President burnt Gen. Harrison in effigy Now: from Europe by the steamer America whichihey have been practising during that not'more than 30 of them .UliaTbIH:' 'i.

of the Uinted State, and will and to the best however the Col. is regenerated by the ,announce that on the 28th June Sir the last"14. years, they :at length 'finding that killed or captured before the- rest will'tun_ *
of my ability, preserve protect, defend the the months distant
constitution of the United Seates." healing waters of whiggety, and is considered ROBERT. ,PEEL. was' thrown, from. his horse, fighting seaaon was some der at discretion r; so that the cost _io ttt.$I_&$
1 The President then retired from the Hall threwoff: the mask,and to show, the. utter contempt :
,as be and almost instantly killed.GIEATEXCITEMENTAT. (even should the General Government sot'9fund
j. did the Cabinet, and the: Senate in the order worthy to admitted' to. a, seat 'with whfcn they regard those nho are!
it) will be inconsiderable. OLe obtiHtad -
which they entered.: on the "oasis" by the-side of Major Putnam LISBON. pledged never to use force against f Ann-theyappointed .v3,'
A message was then received from the President vantage in this pl.miaJL ita snoaa*
of the United States, by the hands of himself. It must "gladden the.eye, Intelligence has been received by the a ugr4dcoimncLvr for the 30th ofMay : be always in proportion 0111 coat, andiWif

George P Fisher, Esq., his private. secretary. and the breast of the Patriot" to see steamer. America that the greatest excitement and.. on thedaydesigned, sent-. as their" .* there be no success, ,there will he no OUtI1d.,
It was read as follows: sole_ representatives"to It, an. cM "'oma".who
Ftllorv ttiurtM of the Senate S this interesting pair roaming at large prevailed at Lisbon, owing to gave as\herjultimatim\ hat constituents< will It ia an experiment: ,which costa nohIaI.;.

J and House Representatives. over the green pastures of the "oasis"i the arrival of ah .American squadron in, 'never emigrate. .".. 'Thua"\1yo_ .perceb tha' the it effects a cure.. Is not so simple' ,"sndih.I i "!:

t'; country A great is man called has io.fallen anoccasion, among of usand,unexpected a whole and sipping the "refreshing1' beverage the Tagus: for: the, ,purposOofenrcing.: :,,farce which has:been.going oa'here.- for.'the.last. ....'.1 remedy the: rtgular;well nostrum's worth.the which trial?have&peculljr been so V-. ,.

Jeep aid general mourning. -, / -' (rom the treasuring fouptaliia,1iDwhio1: jthe, claims the United.Stafel Citizens I : nine months has at length_ been.. brought to aclose'nnd 1 I veringly,employed, 'duii iilg the last :.

I I recommend to the two Houses of Congress I they toast, with 'a sly wink,' "The Hon' against f 'tho 'Government f of Portugal, 'that the Indians have'capped -ihe climax yearsha,91r" ,ed 'nturvfaflttresT'' .11.c alft A<
to adopt such measures,;as in their discretion:, -, ...
'forrusj ;
ma.n1'seem proper, to p'erform with due solemnities Jackson Morton: -the.man we could) not;, amounting) to.seventy.thousand: dollars.Twentyone the 11 insult contempt which it'wasin by i offering us scarcely"doubt that for less than one luif.!!

the funeral'obsequies Zachary Taylor,I. head, but who may "head" us !" days were allowed by theAmericancomman'derfor : their'powerto : jam which has been recently offered_ta.i*!
'I late President of the United States; and thereby .bestow. We. have.. certainlytrichly] earned L
intractable .
.5 No .L": : "vagabonds. a bribe to 1cm
to eigniff the great and affectionate higher compliment could possibly final the t
i regard a reply;; all oiitiiipthey" an bestnw\ pcDu ,for '
t of the American People,for the memory cronE be to BEARD country! they cnun4eb syitem(bef:,,,
'S paid Major than the '
course Fears were entertained that,the-Poriti... ,I dont believe that iu, the annals. 'of.., ,naaonalblunderinga ., '
t whose life has been devoted to the public service I -" man, woman'and removed in 'l i'JJthreemonths. :
t ; whose career in arms has not been surpassed -pursued by:his opponents. His character : guese'Government would! refuse. _to'comply ;; parallel! can ,be 'found for that ;L 'TQUpUnbe8iJe i ; bdDgwit; '
I in usefulness or brilliancy who has been abilities which I our imbecile) Administration' has'cibibiedduring
; and admirable ; -
1- 60 recently raised by the'unsolicited voice of the business' ,.with our demands, as they had. 'determined ( : tielast>nine.months in relation and. ,M' fejaible! :! ;, to
S people to the highest civil authority in the government habits-but .above all .his, unswerving to.resist them. that can be devised., A:forc of 0,000 ..v-
these 130 Indians.:
which he administered with .. same, :vagabond t "
S so much devotion-to the fights of the South ---- > -' or2QOOoaliutiercanito, ,in Q..
S honor and advantage to his country, and by are THE :PREsIDENT, lURes'SSWA&J),/AND' :But what. courte, 'does r our''government, thus these'looIdia-k9flih: #txcns_ Aa$ _* *
well known > ( ** !
;' the f
whose usefulness sudden have death been so blighted many forever.hopes of future. so to public that they THE,FuTuaE.-I ,i the Albany! Evening' insulted* -- i-and, ,despised, pursue T How-- does' -.it, hunting" a&moytejfaikjani; and it'weott. > |*
dare not assail! him (these .__ 1OO'sas1nswha1n '
deal with
To you Senators and Representatives, of a : : points.. Journal. of the. .'10th., ".iindMhe Philadelphia ;. those tlie face.of. asking too much,of_their, pairiotlBa i?

FJjI'.5 nation now in_tears, can say nothing which can What.next gentlemen :'\V e are':ready,', Jybf Tdmerisart' :'and N "-,,yprk' treaty' ..obligatfons-have f. '. \,. ., .. .. beea:permitted. ''for, h so, them do this at rm:
alleviate sod the sorrow with which you areopprea for. you! *. : ._. : many ;Ear$to retard ',prosperity. and'blight by theterwhIch-:;' "tittl f hnntha'ta S": .. ',' I

t I Since writing the above. bein Courierand ..Enquirer:,,\of, the v 1 Ithywhig the prospectsof a whole State ''How'does'lt; doiea, Indians can.break (
appeal to you to aid me, under the trying ; we have : I l'r'
F- fi circumstances which surround me, :in'the discharge amused p .at the'editorial |:! > ( f_ -,)e indications i of concerted: efforts fulfil the:pledge which t it made_ .j laat tAIl to;, thiPIoridiComrntssloner popuisettlemt& :.Wbj aoald: .not .

I- ; of tile duties from.which,however much .. t .. mthykjit Be. t to' shape the. 'a4miniatrauon. '.'ofPresi-. ,. '!: ? ;and,the' duty: which:"it ple.ofFIorId1jowtt! the, Jndians.an "'-.
*- t.
UM v ; *- #
.1 publican V jV -
_r- n41 may be oppressed by.them, dare not shrink .. on' jo .:,.Beard.rrbel-- \ a.- ,dent, Filltnore/ conspicuous.)-! Theyr? owes not merelyty:,Florida, ,!bit. to the 'whole, .. to so smal. n| %.namber, play.their. o
rely. who holds in his ,
( upoaJbim hands jor.ha. ."bitterpill"'to'our Fed Mlb0 i; i-f -r; jjf-vyr j yfr" ".a : : coantry.7, vln reviewing:the whole course of tbeAdministrationr them:. Uorce them,to :i .
; -S.- the destinies of nations to endow me_,with-'the, -_,' 0 all' intimate that:'thpy7expect': shall surreaderiudacing ! - requisite.strength for the task and to-avert from' theraVThey, could swallow("Galpiin'!. .!' ireMrFillnor'ei/ : i ,_ : ."; Dnutf' .tbeflh.outbseak,. ; .. 'last- thousands_ of:'sUll hnnter*,*!, !, .
oar,country the' evils apprehended from : J i the language of July,to the present moment'I&' l totu'hoxi'e
,the much eaijer "* impossible pursultonbec7; The plan i ctiEtiane
trV"i 4-0 pr
andwithput ; <-
i t .!i 'i;., heavy I shall calamity most readily, .which concur his befallen:in whatever us. mea-, JfcceT'The! ; '' "oasis: I ''rgeiitry: t makiog:(!puredtori wry. -; the' Evening ,.,to'take:upjhreadof :' it. ..... \ -t'-".. of p, 'Con"" ifon">ense" ,not, ,.to. regarIt ,cheap,'._an4'speedy,and.,nowJ: therf *
S $ rluruthe'Wisdomortl: twO Houses : Gen.; TaylorV administration "where : 1ceI1ngsofdep contempt:: c1J indigna : little.,to hope from_he General Goveraffl *M

t ;J :. ; .J.} ju befitting this deeply. melancholy 'occasion.suggest p crested souls) think Major. .BJUBDoughttfoyo S it V was;' "if'i broken* :by:" -'' ) "1tian4'vv'V Jipkingthe : :*? tion.- -,,'Snch-stupid. .blundering" ;7ro'mtna;\; ; er t.O peopleof.ThIdi oughtnot,ettat'&o ,.,

'Jf'J. :S: ';-;:;.'.r.:; a :' S. H'" DIlLtAU- ) uILLM1L.i hateinccepicd theMartnajship: ..past, to:'the futurecomplete. aVun.. \r ; pf9' .dltb_ I J', ,e rli".P'Ii! ; -: ,i)',
from obi&Tylerj because '>be'wii ";'elti4 jf | oa>V -n 1JJ n4I( t;.Sucsi': t1me .tn ur '.bi 'la: the icundsct atIoe4tid1 viswi

S :: ,. :" .; The unanimously Hon William elected' B. King President.Alabama. the,Sen hasbeen ,: 1. the Vhige,'.f'n t, rrYJei aJy\ ,_administration.finished- -* _r* --S*,,'"hut- -'-i,1 auspicioaily;".. ."> J.'......,;\v 5-comnicnceed 1.;;-Jtf" -r.t-H; .7!**}-, f t '\ And c rD'. gJ" :;*. fcjedlin :"'Ad'*'' """h..*.i7irito*.:' ::c ffortsl.. i ; 'i"rut the people-, ,l tJ1iji4a,_ ._, .. 'wJU"_.' _. .,,,,, .

S : j ;\tS ate. S fessed : .. :, $! ;ojatloap ,good J "IDd" "'01ir.1"i .fUt..
p. 'lo hen;Democrat :- I' ; ; ,

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It.11gL[ "oa the contrary, it would have "The IIaraetern1d,succession:of the : : <:TA'YPUBLIC" : ':' West half of the Ewt bal/of iertibn t four,Town* "I1JDi1ND S 8iQA'tED'eitflJ 'ji .

II ; ueh gratification it I could have rocks which.constitute the:jcrnstof ship twenty. six. Range twenty one, levied imon j :the 'ubUctlat1kej.ele the lessees of

praised ita conduct as I have globe haying b eeriwellest: b1ilhed "tier. OOMMXISSIUNER.( ; : property of Wm.Jackson\satisfy '.rFLFa. this celebrated Spring aad'WOQU respecthally ,
cs11 .issued fbi:: 'iJeito1 nrgv the .
1. BY THBTFOLLOWINQ.STATES Circuit Court :o t :. faSioted to.come sat bt fcealei. ..t S
the commencement a strenuous one specimen is'seen! the '_associated iiCfavor of John PUtt.' virtue of the wat wta u fixed fotw ; .
ft County. .,. .. ..., a n Id e lTo S
supporter of him who now occuitdentUl rocks, and their metalliferous'contents o take. "TESTiraOflr. 'FPID. "'. 'N' )' OQDYS thcsa>afflicted with BHEUMATISM,'SCKOr '

tfIJP) Chair. But I consider I. may be predicted with tolerable certain- 'YITllia. l'. K WIB- QaJlB"T.Sr **: S ;J,. ,' ,4.S.iffBe,. t,CItY. S .F.j U.DYSEPSIAsnd h'rWa"tie'hflnt :the?Thoaaard. ill* I ',. S

J;Pwhich; every true Floridian should tyn i* TOBEUSED;! THE'BBIN.: i: .5 July 2,1850.. *.i* T.vsKpircuit .4 ,. 1t4s: S S fullj we wbxild respect, I '
!.t11tsrsbo" all party considerations i He avers, as ,we stated a .short, time Maine Virginia'Vermont,:>Massachusetts', c' Court 'Southern.,Circuit frow6v .mpstiniraealcas; cnres effected,belisfing br t '

1 .kich comes home to the fire side of ago, that gold can only be profitably obtained Connecticut,New York,'Pennsylvania,. Ita.use,that.they, ';nla.' wiU U "(tiiaikrJr:bccen S.'. \' ; S

.II and deeply' affects his safety, his from the surface ; the quantity DelawweMary,North Carolina, :: .: ofFiOrida: : isbOrougliP: .< t.- .::e.uk" ,' -- S /. .". .'i

ttff1prl his happiness. It is a subject that can be got by deep mining will,in' South 'Carolina, Georgia,. Alabama SuxaazxMc9ei&: .t'Bill.In:Chanery,: fill place to while rp i away tim'ji11:here" Their 4na.adeJig.Table wiU. ',. fT '

JJJriicfl c1&&e P11**considerations of the par'jLM n o instance pay the expense of getting Mississippi Texas. r N&ticrMcQuiu. ''':l IorDioroe: ; te .pra4:%-ihe best of the load,'and nq e* .

be permitted to intruder-4ud it; and hence he concludes that he July, 2719 0. "ly, { S ertion oath.ebrpart will le wanting to provide S
d not
i harvests r= I pBDER_AT. ,CHAMBKRS. :.: f ortbepm4piieofxfsiwi. :
golden of C alifornia and,Australia S ... S
kida should be discussed in candor and LIFE :to 'the s the iour : The"Y is filled i" ;
will bo exhausted in three INSURANCE OR i JT.appearing 'satisjbetionof BurroanJitfg country wi'h De
: andtbe guilty, be they political friends or four by affidavit(the'complainant fiI1inild.S ni Tkeysai4 the'Strea: 03 with'the finest. ;

:'; ould not be shielded from the censure, years by the great number of'diggers PROVISION FOR.'THE WIDOW AND OR-. Court,.that.the'above mentioned d t % f. Good dogs udr ,l 'JrQ1 beat l

M $ that assemble from all pnrtsof the'world PHAN. Bide*.outof the State otFI9nd..to wit,'iu the all times at theicaertice, .. : -'. .' > "

fW* &conductmerit1.S to gather it. But this law by no means '.State'cf GeoIL 8 'ordered that a hearing Conveyances (rmACSN1flL:, t., ".direct 11 ;:
A FLORIDIAN. NEW on the facta said Bill be" had w the SPRINGaU times .
tosilver YORK LIFE INSUR-. charged ju at the read1.. _,
applies which is found !
usually t.
county, 1850. Fall term, in theye r-eighteen hundred and fifty Board per:month J-$20l -
OakHtfion with the mote precious m t81. Silver ANCE- COMPANY ,of said'Court,provided that a'.copy of this CbilJren.and, 8razt ; 1000, .,

S Cuban Proclamation. runs deep, and iu. mines may be worked Orrtcs 106 BKOADWAT, COIL or PINE STREET order be published some' public Newspaper S OflI3enznoflb, :1 -:. :: } oC 1 -

wjI .with -- of this State'for, Ihe'space of tlaIeemoutbaat, : : :- -iI GTOt I .
: I\fi
the profit This -
been favored (01- forrages. opinions .: '
{ bare sted in U. S.Slocks ) '
t! Capital now, (principally] ,} least, bef9re-thfltdAy: of.the said term of March 30., 1830., !
i also founded
il1''i'DcllCe of the projects of the : < ascertained geological 20OOO DOLL RAND ,, said Court. '' 5_ ,_. S
in reference thjdtire data but is no new truth, as it appearsto RAPIDLY ACCOMTJLATING.PBB .-- WITNESS my name at Chambers, this fifth day : 5SFGrSale < : > S !
authorities, to : *, x_ ,
c.$a have been known in the days of June in the year of our Lord one thousand > 0
iENT RESERVED FUND,? 5.O 10 Dox.taas toUowiBg-tncta of valuable Und ..
THE to S
of the Island eight hundred and ,
defence of the .
any patriarch J< bfor we read : "There Tract," situated at'the head of f'-
invasions from abroad. If we i if a veinjbr the silver"the earth bath .riivTEII. S .' .JOSEPH U LANCASTER, Indian River, containing Five Hundred
inker i Mon .Fr mkiiu, President of the New York Life Judge of the Circuit Co rttor z noreolealsothe4Pib1oTrsn ,

correctly iuformed they may as well I dust of gold.-Sunday Times"THE Insurance Company. S the Southern Judicial- Circuit of Fl,. on Pablo Creekzearthenoqthotthe8Jgb situate :

rtfide for dangers amotigther ownp1easfrom Pliny Freeman, Actuary New York' Life Insurance JI1ne29, l8i). h 3m River, supposed to contain,.over".Two Hundred s; 1

GALPHIN MONET.-It is assertedin Company. S acres including,'some,'fine' hammpck-ind
foreigners. The scheme Orsamus Buahnell, Attorney and Counsellor at For Sale. small Tract of Woodland the t
vicinity of' the
i the t
Philadelphia North American Law. 20 Nassau-Street. j valuable Tract land, called the "Home't ,Town of Jacksonville, ,
onel it is containing 'PiJ1 -
is magnificent > ;acre*
ir defence a that a letter will be addressed to the .David A. Bokee, Bepresentative in COf& ess. 1 Tracts-situated between Mulberry Grove more or less.-Terms low. : S

0t very probable that an already bankspt Alfred Freeman, M D.,218 East Broad vra'1' and the plantation of Henry R. Saddler Esq.. For further particulars spy!/ IQ _
provide the and Representatives: : by Secretary John M Nixon. (Doremus & Nixon Dry en the St. Johns River, containing. Two Hundred CHARLES P.COOPER
nation can ways
: t. I Crawford, probably to.day, offering to Goods) 39 Nassau.Street. acres more or less. Ag't.andAtty.forihe "p

_. to carry it out tu the tune of$80 Henry A. Nelson, (late Wright,'Nelson & Ran. For terms&c.' apply to S S S :ftbt Jaa.Dell dec. .
deposit the'money received on the Gal- da 22 CedlLr. tre..t. S ,
But read the 11)) S CHARLES COOPER.Ag't.forWm.Baily.. Jacksonville July 6. 3m
I 9 ,OOOOOO. proclama- Henry L (Late Representative in Congress _
phin claim, and leave the decision of p.aman S : t
; :which. follows : now Seaman & Muir,) 231 Broadway., Jacksonville,July 6. 3m. S .. -,:: S
his rights to test upon such construction John C. Beach Counsellor at Law, 14 Varick'' NEW STORE NEW STORE f '

of the act of Congress as shall be Place.Isaac I Notice. It
PROJECTS OF THE ROYAL CO Ir. C. Kendall, (Harnden & Co.. Forwarding I PTIHE' UNDERSIGNED!, respecfufly informs :
? months after date I shall L:
it present my accounts
Court. thePabUcthathehasopenedaStorcat
put upon by Supreme Merchants & Dealers in Foreign Exchange) SIX I
MISSION. and vouchers the Administratrix the
: 6 W 1111Street.I as premises on BAT STKEETopposite the 4eijt
of the Estate of Joshua R. to the Hon. Pole l
Hogans _
Cu.tsT.-Pointa of Samuel. P l.xson. (Allen & Paxson, Shipping ,formerlroccuple4 by Mr,Wm.B.Rosa.-. ,
re-u- THE CONTOY PRISONERS.The Washington i
and Commission Merchants,) 134 Front-streeu Judge of Probate of Columbia County, and that and that he has on hand Variety of gpodsT : .

G; nBahia Hunda, H"va ua, Matau- i correspondent of the Phiiadel J. K. Herrick ((3. K. Herrick & Co. Importersand I shall at the same time apply to said Court for a ,which having been.purchased in the Nprthem : S
from said administration of said !
L'ealers in Stationery,) 78 Jobn-8treet. discharge estate; Markets at exceedingly rates,jue'is enable&
and Nipt. S phia North American says:-"A ssnran. All interested desired to take notice. to :
; persons are dispose of on the most .
J. M.: Wllrdwell, H 1rt ware, 241 Pearl-sfreet. ,satisfactory tersa.-
&CTHERN COAST.-Guantanaino, Ci- ces have been received by the Government J. 6. Bussing, (E. & J. Bussing & Co.. Nail.and ESTHER RAUBERSON Administratrix., Among them he would enumerate ; .;; 41

enfuegtS and St. Jago. which relieves all present apprehensions Spencer Iron Manufacturers S. Benedict, (Benedict) 33 Cliff-street.&Rockwell,Importers Alligator. June 15th., 1850. L ::6ra Dry Goods 'of all kinds, Rar4'I I

CssTBiLRAiL ROAD -Frum the ter- as to the fate of the Coritoy of Hardware,) 81 Pearl-street.' In Circuit Court, > S ware, Provisions, Crockery, S S: .

ainus of the Rail Road at VilU Olara prisoners. The interviews with Count Cyrus(:urtiss, Oils, 111 Water-street. '
Daniel S. Miller, [Dater, Miller & Co. Shippers Eastern Circuit of Florida,. ) Medicines, Fancy Soods -S

.0 Point Maii, and from Guanajay to Alcoy which succeeded the presentation aiid: Grocers,] 161 Front-street. In .5

William B.lrtonOr-.LDt & Barton, Dry Goods,] Chancery. 5' &c.&c, Si'
Su'Anionio with 12 branches of Mr. Clayton's official instructions .
Cape 125 William-street. a term of the Circuit Court held at the .ll of which. wilt K sold at prices lower thaa

;IMP the centre to the principal Ports, of the 1st of June were of a friendly William Coxe Dusenbury, [Woodward & Duseubury AT Court House at Alligator,In,and'for'the have hitherto been offered to thecomaonity. '

1 und character and there Commercial Agent] 45.'Williamst.Having county of Columbia,'on Tuesday,the 4th'dBIlJtMa He,would also state'that,4t .is kis1 esnedal S
:sail 40 millions. satisfactory ; ), A.D., 1850, present, the H3.1.Thoi. Douglass -. ,Mtwrtton to keep on hand, at all times&'.f11ll .S

, j njapborc Telegraphs from port to port i itt every reason to believe, unless the issued over 5,300 policies, this Comj j Judge of said court 'supply fPROVfSION8cfesuchas first.quality I. :.
il is established firm basis. m9
on .
now a
I n loth! rDastF$3,000,000. l late intelligence from Spain should interrupt way The insured are the only Stockholders. and ELIAS KNIGHT, ) S S
vs. > Bill of Divorce. Bacon :
Electric Telegraphs. on the Rail the proceedings in 'Ha"Ao8. all the profits are diiided annually. MARY EJOGHT.. ,) .. ." S ,: Hams, Flour ,Pork, Lard;
Certificates dividend are issued annuallyo '
f;ad5s$3 Si1O,000... S that no further difficulty will.occur". the parties. urplaced at their credit on 4he\ II having been made to appear.to the.satisfaction Butter, Sugar,.Coffee, &e.,. &..

FsriIr1CAT1oNs.: Those at the abve S ,3ooka of the Company, ami.suc-b dividend isanS of the Court by Affidavit bejond that the thepefendatitrMaryBJughtTuresides lio-- which. he will eU at the lowest cash juices. .

hival stations will cost $14,000,000, "WASHINGTON, July 16, 9 P.' M.-Jin S at audition six per to cent the per sum annum insured,payable, bearing iu.caah.interest. i iUof.theStato SIt of Florida. and in the State of I ""'- 'Lithe: ;hay % & .' .," ?'t ._

which to be used for the construction Amendment to the Compromise Bill.- On insurances for the whole term of Life premiums Georgia is, on: motion of W. M.lees' Esq.,Solicitor. I .JOSEPH F N 1"S

The Senators in favor 'of the Compromise when amounting to fifty dollars may, at of s-iid Ordered that tha said Defendant JacksbnTflle,May 4th '1850.Nptice. .
oft line of, eight forts in the Havana the option of the insured, be paid wholly 1n Complainant, I .3 cj; !

at the Castle aud Bill, have agreed to adopt :Ir.Foote'li cash, or forty per cent of the amount remain Mary Knight, do appear and plead, I I
ginning Principe answer or demurto the Complainant's Bill of I !, "
ou credit t in their own notes,paying interest lit S
amendments, wbichfix the Complaint within four months or the said Bill S S
ritmdiog around the bay to fort No.4, six per cent.lUilJrl1uce. i,
fourth parallel the Northern the Life is the and the matters therein contained will be takenas : SEALED PROPOSALs '5wilI .'nteil'ld !
I distance of 15,000 yards, und a single thirty as on only expedieiittoperpetuJte 'confessed.; Conirnfttee5o br
the income or.the Natural Protector S SAnd "tJohng
L of Texas and fill the blank it is further ordered that. Serninryot Learn1D t '
of this
( wall surround the whole city.At after death. To him anti those be loves it of- a copy HOUPl g) : "at.Maditoa'Court ;: :

the other six naval stations, dock with ten millions. It also' makes the {iersss substantial solace even for the grave.. "A order:duly within certified the Eastern/.Circuit,be published in some of Florida Newspaper ; at urdiy, the.6thIaycfJy rida.unij ,12 x 9'c1oeklt-flU'll_.. ;

Jirdt &c. to .be constructed, which California .nufldar). The Bill may be aelf prudent!: man loreseeth the S S evil. S uud hidethliim- once week consecutively the period of four log materi4erectwg main ajidfinish&g complete,, :
a '
laid on the table l" one vote but will rr Persons can learn all the advantages and months. S building, fifty by tJiiry feet -- -
willow 4 millions Total l 58 1-2 mil y STATE or, FLORIDA ) &wosto.es higb,Tl .t.o,. : S :
I p achSlreml ,
of Insurance from of the
rale? any Agents oi 85. fin Iy ; *
lions, which .with 20 millions for the pass during the session. S the Company personally, or by a pamphlet to be Columbia County. } 'The whole thirt1.f .
\ I S I S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of.the Circuit Court work b compe&e
construction of 60 vessels of war, of it id of tlieui. in and for said:County,da here certify that the liveryby the 2Othday of DeCemherl18U.d1torde.'BozuI'or .
An man-who had been but short J. McROBERT BA.KERt ( the -
} a aUh
which 25 bo above contains a true copy'ofthe 'order duly. per orm e oellie Coa ,:
are to steaineis amount to wJJt
hack I bo
this wrote AgentIN
time country, :o a in required. .
I made and entered of record on:the above stated (J S
ay.80 millions. Ireland urging him to come also, in the follow. S .- .. Persons ae to,bid, can obtaiA

The Army be inci cased 30,000 ing eloquent terms:-;J0 come to this lI TliLL' C1RUITtOUItT FOR DUVAL COUNTY,, caae.Vitnel my hand and the SealSUL.J I cite intonnation aj to-the ch ofUle morelpe.t work ;; 4
to. fine country,where they have a dollar a day for to be done and also' ;
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. [ of said Court, this 30th day of see-draA of the
men and 25,000 militia eipeuse of which I .Ii gin', no banging foratalen', prate two ebil.ha' IK CB.U CEILY. May, 1850. :: by personal application to building' i ,
bushel and the lamer! 0 do i
a whiskey s. SCARBOROUGH: CiEu.June BABTOJT a POPE
millions. -
yfour' '
Cline! Thomas 0. Holmes ) S S 5 4m I -t 4TflEODOE.nAggjj /$
81850. :
AH of this expected to be accomplish va.Bill for.Foreclosure. '.VAIM U S. GBAHAM ,S I
Blanchard & Pidet. ) S T J
,Un four by: I 13: Imitation lamps ofOold hare been made S Attachment Notice.. 'Biildmj S
years I having been made to -by affidavit to .
Proposals will also be conkfdW
and into circulation in California. The IT received mief
A.loan negotiated in England. State brought Assayer states that above forty specimens the Judge of said Court, that Emory Rider, FELIX LIVINGSTON, ) ed for erecting the buildings of brick *. .
of the defendants in the above entitled .
one ,
case > Columbia Co. By order of '
TS. ; the '
Board i
A hare been to his notice. of Trustee >*-;
Nationallo8n. brought They are
I SS S :
II I residesout ot said 'Circuit, to wit: in the State WILLIAM PHILIPS. ') ,.
in size from four five
generally or ounces a t

The proceeds of 33 per cent increase I pound in weight-quartz and every thing else of New is York.It therefore. ordered, that said defendant T.HE defendant and all others interested are 8e. .,.B.- ..T.. St.John'. .s or L.. .-.. S S f

i necessary to make them look right properly in ) notified of the commencement of -. .
taxes. S I -
Emory Rider do and answer the said bill I :c'a'.e: '
termixed. S appear this suit, returnable to a Justice:Court,to beheld V'I'L-' .
S of complaint within four months otherwise the at Alligator, on Saturday the 15th day of CH JEAP' S
The steamer New World which let said Complainants bill shall be taken pro confesso. STORE.
June next, and to appear-and plead to the same. .
The London calls for all S '
lin n-: Spectator an .' .
Y"ik for San Francisco somehl .Given under my.hand and seal the 3 1st 4ritki'5Urhi( BIId1ug. S Ssj
nnce of all the other nations of Christendom to ordered that .
It is further this order be .
has made remarks. published .of A. D 1840. S .
some day May, S : .
of the United
the 'S
put a stop to growth States. in a Newspaper, printed at Jacksonville BAYBTUZT.00 5'
,apid runs from poll 10 port, on her being moved thereunto by the. lute attempt to Duval County once a week for four months. .S \VAL B. ROSS. S S -., -

Qlr, She passed through the Straits of sever the Island of Cuba from Spain It says THOMAS DOLJGLA8SS Justice S of the Peace.. S !i'THEr SUBSCRIBER would' resp cthiflyIn.S '

that England France, Spain, .Denmar, and I June 11.850.. 1m ,& .cit,etts Jacksoavilleandsur
[Magellan in thirty hours, being six ,, Judge.&c&0. S rouiIding country, that 'I \

So i irs.letjine than it was ever before Holland among European uiFACTORIES powers,, have an. interest July 20th, 1850. 4m -' I -S 4tdmnI tratpr' Notice.: ,.' establishment with avlew"tosefl!hehas.opened gooda the abore :

jue.iu. the in curbing .5 5 .4),LL personVindebted'to the.estate of Joseph .r, t rea_.:' '
The passage from Straits _ S : V < l'beUetll< a.IU peu :
NOTJGE.TO i deceased :
x ViMightyiate.afPtninacounty. beUc-thaDaa1o"lh
0 1 Valparaiso was ipa j*' in seven ,days,. AUZRICAW m lKL.&iD.-ATOtP0 S aerequeStedt make iurnediatepayment : H .Jiurecei S .
% to sari is
CLAIMANTS OF BOUNTY constantly'receiving
LANDS. the'inot
g'Dlt win f nd the tipnist Nemesis is prophesied in the form.of the S nd those hlaD, '
a claims
heavy head < voy the undersigned, having againstthe I bleandatest-'szyleof S :zE1
'g r om Rio Janeito to ValpHraiso inUetitypnedays. most singular inrasion! ever threatened to GreatBritain PUB undersigned proposes to obtain, .War-' estate are hereby notified to present them .G-.t. .1'to'-t.. -' "Fancy. ".)and St S ,Je"- ,n.-'oT._ 1 -
: .
JL '
for lands
rants for all
-an inrasioh of American mILnl1f ctJ- who will I the time ', ,
within prescribe bylaw "this notice i
The following is an Tells,who are to set up factories in the west of: beentitled, thereto under the.Act now before *will be bar of their pt English and-American PrintsQinehaas'-' ".- .
plead in
*b rari from her log:-Running time Ireland, to compete with the factories of, Lancashire Congress when the same shall,have,passed _and I :;-- S MELTON recovery.HAYNES. S Cluuabraysj .WJ te'IDd ColoredModins- SriubroideredMusjins S

from Nw York to Valparaiso 44 days and to secure a larger consumption of become a law, for the moderate sum of FIVE Administrator ,S -Silk Tissne! | LlieaCwrns' ; ',' ',

(ihfe days of which we,run due Nun) American cotton: and the Morning Post is DOLLARS fur each Warrant when obtained.' Jacksonville 1i June let lSO.S 9t!* .."ill..a Cptto and Barez HandkerchIef.; .C Handkewhi.; -ik-:;'!,..-<. S S
the idea How Protectionist t objectofthisnoti is to '
d I pleated with A ce give to claimants c .
">( took three days to return) making writer can believe or relish the project, we do opportunity procuring Warrants at the:. _/ Notice;. ".* Cotton White GIo.'e8.LbJe| SpunSilk' and SilkjJ...: ..'!.:
t Hose
, days actual running time : distance not understand. .least ,possible expeD e. Executors, Adrnini trator and Guar-' 4u U'- '1.u; ;::- < ,. S *. *, ,'ri TI
32,000 miles. This is the ., Those wishing to secure the services of the ALL UAlI-UUiII.\ '. .
quickest trip S S rwhohave, not_ .:filed:their annual l Brown : '. ; =" .- .
record by several days. Mr.James the novelist,has written a letter: undersigned, will call at hia office,, or Address accounts for the present year, are hereby.notified Bleached ShIngsandSheetinS.s .:.\ '- ; *9.'JIIi'r. ., :. ,: #; j
r hone of the to say that be does him by letter, and prompt attention will be given ." : f
newspapers, S ,.that if they do not forthwith;come forward I Irish Linens .Bilk CraTatar 1Orec :, ; :
': ; : :
I MORE UOLD. not mean to writes b ok about America.- to their. claims. PHILIP' FRASER. and present them for settlement,as they are required 'r TableD.. isbjStcfj D .4a.. .t-"?' S :: ?

':,With, oat intending .to o nare. any one. 1 Attorney at law. by statute to do, the penalty'of the law Swisa DdCamtiricKa" pert". .. .. .,f.. .;.._.. :: : !
Late'Arrivals from tho Pacific inform hire always mad it a 'rule'in regard ;o the Jacksonville,E.F.July 20, 1850. 6t.-. win be ngidly enforced against them :' .' Bared'do.j'Sbipecl' do-\- ;' .". ."._.,:: 1 -" ., fiSsW"
B$ 61 f the discovery .f gold! m.inea'in many lands I 'hate visited, new to.rereifehottbitality -S .,.- ,t. i S f FELIX LIVINGSTON, Whit ind CoIored Periin Cords :::" :. : -
I and ktdness from anynitwo.and S, Dun .' 'T ... ; ., J4..:
1aet iralia. This discovery is foilunate PROCLAMATION-: ludpoPro County.Jniie ,.' TJ"I". 0 ff'er1. : .I. :: ,. ..' if-"
then to show them up [as, we term itJ] .to the 15 1850.: S 2t .. /for our .it zPI1. in California as kwh I the Governor intStatt 'Cologne; Extxactar : ."-" 2!>
of -
British puMic ".in.a book .Mr.;.James) By .of Florida., U. ., Pearl Gilt,and Bone' : '
1tp1..,imm;graiiun frotrt: Bay now on a lisit to Washington Inrin at Sun $E ; ..1: .-Ninke., .-t'.. ". S' Button* ;; :: :* -
1 Botany -M* c TL : 3*" y ;* '-<-. W AS it required by law that an ... .J I "- ,i"" ._ .) Coated and Leefc Spool Cot too;. *\< : S
,-d bl.hcr Brriish convict .full a-.nl.i, .. "t-- 'election be Jxeld in this, State,.on the ; ROUGRTihiJu. of Colnmbucounty 5 MosquUoNitt1--; ".- :_ SS'S ,

,?f whkn tjiey are beginning to (tiel. "}''S first Monday in OctcbernextforsRegister6' v, ".' East Jlorida; ,;and, committed 'FringOip-andEdgIng,5! ,. ,- : _S

Jiule 'jealon and would naturally KOSSUTH.-The New"york.Tribune is inforared I Public Lands' tohold foaryeira, ahdluntUlhiaBuccwsor ; .. :to ihe Jail in Alligator, .onthe2Stl, i; Mitevery7nnietyotQco4. iia- S

"Cel! .' by Count Dembinaki, that:Koawuth'intends L shall be elected and qualified: i .." .jday Of April, :1850,Negro man,'who D1'1u dsStore5 0. .'... _S __
, a liulo so a* tbo goLl btcjraes'I to this with nis family as soon ..Iti. therefore ordered, .That:the said selectionbe : says his name k DUBLIN, that' he.belongs;to -u'do-.u1oeaD. _'JPt ,: -JirtT.
to come country ; _
,1ta1Ct'r. -held throughout the SUte,on "the said firstMonday -\V.JWml'C61lein,3f: uidxr8aid:'negro Isabout : ," .

i1 his discovery,establishes a remarks. : .lie shall. -be"permitted. -,to Jeare Turkey.. : in Ootober according to law/ % \ S or 30 years of':age. ,about' .feetl Ii .lFP.0.> *:* ?j, ... .'IIIL:..te-; _, ::. "& S

Given under,my bind 1In4fi t and:stout builk,,, \ ;\ =._ '
* triumph io geological science. S : .., : J1 ,.f :J':: '
Arrivals aIQl 3 c1syiIIe' i ,Seal of tht State of."FloriJa ,' l- .Tit'owner. !:7 :_: J-. :: ; .'
Sir ; ;' ... .. IJol.. at the requested t9cornefowar31a ... rrIC, 1 :5- .
Ro4.rickMuaOsson.to whosa Jec -' 5i TSeall 'Capitol in.Tallahassee, 1 da 7 3 4 IessnsItakebImiway';" '. _, .. 1" .1'v- .. ; : ". _
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>: Ire On this subject we have previously July, 24th.. B Djrmtn'6ut ,:Madison,.fla.u :,. afIulyAD.1SO, .t"f .tr .it ;I S ,:- : 4 JUtJJB: Z":.We:'; iL.J-.Jp. :i.3 .. ; ,
: ot-ris c,
. adedcofi4tlypredictediiyea ri, -i; Dotft. TbeodoriiHartridge, ,do, S 7H011ASBROWN,.. "t ..charligator ,May4IS5O.,. .,". ,. ,'1- '[ Ccnl1i'1'SW,of ef. ,. S
SIp ? tor tt81totAt.lm .
'\ pjd frould tefpund ,in Jhoan. M. :1 11' Geo : <: : '6onrnorcifFliijri. .'. Compound-Etherwl Bjrm: !.ti'iOQ aa-ihiJitat. a :
} Cat '
S tJLjLUFELAND'S JoJar .lato" S I "
S/the G n'mor-At'C:._ .T: \ t' _
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oPAastralia where its ." iSS ct ., immediate icount1docL- -
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regtoaa pre 25th: Bev P.R1cbar5off' : ;;S' : 'C.W.DQ\VBINa' : -' "Cout'eunof '. t4 ,
*I .e it powaouotznced."; Hit opinion .-: 'U .' ..\'mzLEQ '- clt. .G&: > Secretary o/State: 55S i '.... rJi a1e.b'1-i :. j of .L'.c-o'-. ; 'AB81BEr.., ,C'f.lA'., <.. _
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-the; Hotel::Torraerly occupied'by )rr. .," ,,: ',..11811111. .. fS .. ". :
and 0
the late revolutions
to 'counterrevolutions WOOD avcontinuation"ofthe '
; of the
,citra1in,thelIthiiedl te vicinity .
j among the &tIonsofEuropewMChhate extended'.patronage; which :Kos 'hitherto- I Institutions thebe t

; followed each other in such quick succession been ,bestowed, pon; ;;:\! :::known I'estab- and,rnostfis1ilonable moat important public of,business, and.the, ,
places ,
and'ofwhich"the end is not yet," the leading ; li In order:the'better.to taerit it they attractiveVpubllo Squires the' ty; ,iln the, uM J-ev 'P | ;: !
periodicals of Great Britain have become h and 'thebuilding .: ill-cut F i
ave enlarged :thoroughly'repaired important !'requisites! light., invested with a degree of interest.Wtherto" un and adopted inany1mpro'vementh to :
t principal objects aimed at in the recent enlargement all tlt
known;; They occupy a middle 'ground between promote the health'and comfort of their pests. and .this i
-the hasty,disjointed, and necessarily imperfect The'old friends of the house'will certainly House.ir l thoioughiimproTement'.of by :: Bilioli I i I .I
not,exceeded-perhaps: any.establishment
records of the newspapers,and the elab-, deem it an adyantag,that the table will be under *America... ..To stranger therei, 1 '- : ; \
treatises to be furnished
orate and the "
ponderous of
superintendence an experienced desirtble The
foret its position(fa'peculiirly
by the historian at a future day. Whoever Hostess, by .whose, aid they flatter themselves Subscriber .returns7 thanks to his friefds"and I ?

reads these periodicals obtains correct and they ::1llnot, beniva1lid'bfanyflotel lathe. the public forthe:liberalpatronage they hare 'S
connected account of all the important political Southf being now enabled by the.constant steam : he -
:. extended to him and sures/Them that jill .
events of the old world as they occur and ;
communication Savannah and Charlestonto '
endeavor continuance of their favors. >>
to merit a ;
4 learns the various conclusions drawn from them have the advantage of the fine"markets bf AP.GflASS.: AN ENTIBELt/ } |

by the leading spirits ef the age. The Ameri- those.Cities.. In addition theybring, tojhe business June 29 1850... "3iD)-. T.HisME>l : : :

; ean Publishers therefore deem it proper to call an experience many years, which will : ,-, :S.
renewed attention to the works they republish enable them to judge better the means of attending sive practice of.S ? J i

and the very low prices at.which they. are of- to the wants of those who visit the mild! B.. B. REID & CO.' m te ,Those 'Who. ;

fered to subscribers. The following is their climate of Florida, for the purposes of health seen1 its.salutary; > ; :

list, vii: or pleasure. M ESSRS. R::;Ri; REID.' &;CO.ihavingleas-:: farther'evidence of ;
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, THE,INCREASING reputation which the cli.'a ed Wharfand the buildiflg8ttaCh5d,p of thousands':has ;

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, mate of Florida possesses in the t at re now prepared'iri1 eonnecti. n'with their A. this medicine, Tr'hen' ;

NORTH'BRITISH the medical faculty for the cure of consumption DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE failed. 'Its'ope
REVIEW and other pulmonary diseases, has induced .a' AND :MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT the"dis'eaaefor. a.* : ; ; : i

,. THE.WESTMINSTER REVIEW, vast increase of travel to this State, during the ,to do a GENERAL. COMMISSION' tern,'and restore t :
AM9 fall and winter months, of those who"seek the ,BUSINESS. A small:.Treatise" : > !

V BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.The relief afforded by &milder atmosphere-and in Theip,charges established, by the Savannah : and cure of fever ; ;
in New '
above Periodicals are reprinted view of this.fact, the subscribers nave determined rates. bilious !
York, immediately on their arrival by the Brit. that their exertions to merit the patronage They are the Agents of the ti. S. Mail I 'd rsig i ::3matesn: :

ish steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on fine which shall be bestowed 'upon them shall be Steamers this place, and are now enabled 1, .Also,. 'numerous i :

white paper,and are faithful copies of the originals. without regard to toil or expense. to offer every facility.to the :Merchant,Planter highest ; ,

Blackwood's Magazine being an exact [acimile BUFFINGTON & COX. and the Public'generaUy.. efficacy: of this !

of the Edinburgh edition.In :Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 184.9 tf Goods consigned to their care will be received (cationto t;
eaataiued the views -
these periodicals are ,,p 'nThe Charleston'Mercury, and the Savannah end forwarded wIth'despatc vX T. .

moderately, though clearly and firmly expressed Georgian will please copy the above :Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situated Agents for, : :
,. ;of the three great parties in England-Tory until forbid. convenient to the Wharf 'i ,. Jackson'til1e.Feb. :

< Whig and Radicallackwood" and the Palatka, St.John's River, E. F., January,p :
"London Quarterly" are Tory; the "Edinburgh 1849. ly ;
I 1 I Review" Whig; and the "Westminster Review" Notice. vDRt TOWNSEND'S : '

Liberal. The "North British Review" owes its SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Received per Brig: Egyptian, 11 -
the last ecclesiastical Hon. Judge of Probate of Hillsborough Just I
establishment to great from New York, a choice supply of r This
movement in Scotland, and is not ultra in its; county, for letters of Administration on the Es- provisions: consisting of Extract is.
views on any one of the grand departments of r ate of George S. Payne, late of said county, six times,cheaper, pl :

.uman bowled Ie; it was originally edited byJ deed. .JOHN DARLING. Flour, Bacon, Pork, Hams, But- perior to any sold.

Chalmers, and now, since his death? is con- Tampa, Fla., mar16,'50. ter Lard Cheese Sugar Coffee vomiting,purgingsi
Cuctedby his son-in-law,Dr. Hanna: associated ,, tient,and is

with Sir David Brewster. literary character Law Notice. I Dried Apples, Peaches, &c.,. &c.p FALL :AND
is of the very highest order. The "West. JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. I The great, beauty
minster" though repainted under that title only, HAVING left the State for California, 1 Also, saparilla over.all !
is published in England under the title of the: transferred my busines to Col. Hay, Lamp Oil, Paint Oil, White. dicates
uF.reign Quarterly and Westminster," it being Samuel: Spencer, who will, in conjunction with body,. :
in fact a union ofthe two Reviews formerly Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to Lead, Glass,. &c., &call cleanse

published ani: reprinted under seperate ti a close. of which is offered for sale at the lowest

tles. It has, therefore, the advantage by this I The Militia claims in my charge will be at- cash prices, by S bronochitis, J
tended to by myself in connection with Col. JOSEPH FINEGAN' colds coughs
comtuaation, uniting in one work the best features l
ef both as heretofore issued. Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, Wash. May 18, 1850, tf ting of blood,
ington,and effort made by us jointly to: hectic flush
Four copies of any or all the above works every ,
address of the prosecute them to a successful result. I haveno AND'RICE STRAW [cult.or
will be sent tofpne payment reg pANAMA ; '
authority to collect the due these HATSlI.
ular subscription for three-the fourth copy money on .
claims, as I have always preferred to have what in
being gratis. Ladies' Bonnets 'Bonnet
: ; Trimmings ;
TERMS. ever money may be appropriated placed in the
hands ota local paymaster, such as the parties I Stationary of every description ; !
For any one efthe four Reviews, $3,00 per a'm interested may select, after the act of their relief. gjga..A general assortment of Boots and Shoes. -
For any two, do 5.00"For GREGORY YALE. k Just received, and for sale, at reduced I the
three do. 7,00"For prices at the store of Probably
any BS
August 28, 1849. tf been so successful in
the Reviews (C WM. P. DEWEES.
all four of 8,00
S tion this it !
For Blackwood's Magazine 3,00"For April20. tf as ;
School Books. and : :
system appears ;
Blackwood and three Reviews 9,00 -
Towns Spelling Book, Kirkham's Grammar, lungs, and the !
Blackwood and four Reviews. 10,00 Land for: Sale.
Blake's Rhetoric, I Clark's Grammar, usual health and' : .
Payments to be made in all cases in advance. Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, tl& FOR SALE,.oetween nine and ten thousand CURIOUS CASE
CLUBBING. :: of Land situated in Nassau
> Scholars Companion do acres ,
Chemistry, There is scarcely :
*ift.ff Remittances and communications should Davies's First Lesson, do Zoology, County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. number of cases

b!always addressed, post-paid or franked, tithe ) do School Aritndo Treasury r Mary's Rivers, being a portion of the Watermanqrant. cured by the use_of
publishers.LEONARD. metic, Knowledge, The above is heavily timbered pine The (

SCOTT & CO., do Algebra, do Physiology, land,conveniently situated upon water courses, DR.following TOWNSEMJV was : ::
79 FULTON STREET,New York, do Elem Geometry, Burritt's Geography with the exception of about five hundred acres three years I have
Entrance 54 Gold at Lincoln's Botany, and Atlas of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's and :
River. Th&whole portion will be sold debility, :
Mitchell & any
Geography Hedges Logic
and did not
stage, ]
cheap for cash Apply to i
Atlas, Little Speaker, v at all. After
YJmW mm A1fJmAN I going
Parker's First Lessons Willard's U. WILLIAM HICKMAN. -
.. States, cine under the care
-. i do School Philos- Chamber's Geology) Jacksonville, March 17 1849. tf S guished regular

BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD) ophy, Parker's Rhet Reader, I Board Health in

and a variety of French School Books, I New Books New Books !. and spending. the,
SALOON For sale, by TUST Received and for sale by the subscri- tempting to regain

A. M.\ REED. .f berTHE -r ing in some paper L,4"1 I.

SUBSCRIBER has just opened on BAY Jacksonville, Feb. 2, 1850. tfNOTICE. CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, ved to try it. ,After
A Tale the J. Fennimore done me
THE North side, one door from the of Pacific,.by Cooper. great
Price 50 cents. office with !
corner .
THE 'RAID OF GOMEZ-25 cents. most heartily thank :
appointed 0.HOLMES GenT
our THE FATAL ERROR in the
severe taking. )
has been fitted
\ .
establishment up entirely eral Agent and Attorney,to settle any By the Countess uf Blessington.-25 cents. able to attend to my
and is for the reception of visiatosrthe : and all -
new, open in the name Palmer&Ferris. THE PRAIRIE GUIDE four months
usual hours. To collect ._ :_ '_ _d.l._._
and receive all debts
due the firm of 1 .11 ; ? -
The Bar : A Tale of the Mexican War,-25 cents.3] anu your
Palmer & Ferris, by Bond-Mortgage-Note THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN. It helped me beyond I. ;

: been supplied with the choicest liquors or otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased. A Romance. of the last Revolution in Pent,-25 cts. knew;my case.
HAS beverages to suit every palate will All persons having demands against Palmer CHARLESDEWAAL. Orange Essex Co.
with despatch. The delicacies of &Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased will
be prepared present Jacksonville, Sep. lt tf State oJNev'.Terey;
be at all times the same to T 0.Holmes for
the season will supplied:--Oysters payment, and Quimby being duly
Partridges,Venison.Steaks, &c., served at all persons indebted to Palmer &.Ferris or Da his oath saith that
all hours, and on the shortest notice. rius Ferris,are requested to call on T. 0.Holmes; Jacksonville Female institute. true the :
The BHInrd Table settlement and make payment. THE Committee of Direction have adopted belief. '
SARAH P. FERRIS following regulation.
Sworn and :
HAS been imported expressly for the House Adm'x.ofD.FERRIS dec. .The scholastic year is to consist,of four termsof :
is of the most beautiful construe I DAVID PALMER. eleven weeks.each. the 2d ugust, 1847. i;

: tion j'with air and India rubber cushions: Jacksonville Jan. 1st 1850. tf Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic a

The Bowling Pins and Ball per term, $4,00. The above with' English TWO .

also from the workman and MAGNIFICENT grammar and Geography, per term$5,00. The. ,
A .BE just every LOTTERY! abov'with t.he.higher branches of an EnglishedncationembracingAlgebraGeometryHistory Very few families :
Jconvenience: for the entertainment and not heard of one- ; 1

comfort of guests has been provided. One;grnad Capital otIOOOOo.alsoJ$30OOo.S30OOo.iaOooo Sarsaparilla in time ,
: natural, mental and moral Philospby, Botany\ ,
*** I cordially invite the public to call at $ : I Chemistry,GeologyAstronomy, Rhetoric,Logic summer,while those ;

this Establishment assuring them that I shall And 250 prizes of$2,000. and Evidences of Christianity, per term $ ,0- died.. The ,: : ;

pare no effort to contribute to then recreationGEORGE VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY Each quarter to be paid to Treasurer:: in ad- elusive evidence of its ; S.:

i S SKIFF For the benefit 11. _Monongalia. AcadJmy.ilas8 ., vance. ___ instance DE.:TOWNSBHI of its : '
Jacksonville,February 161849. Jy \. v, ion J 8:>0. The scholars will be under.the carefulin&truc- i
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va..on Saturday tion of an experienced female teacher. dren cured by your ; :

.;JACKSONVILLE April 27, 1850, under the superinten Provision has been made for instruction in complaint' and dys
dence of months old and the ; i |
Commissioners. LttJn,French,Painting and Drawing, and Mufor -
CHEAP STORE. $ which additional very much reduced;
.. W.' 1UAUBY & Co. charges will be made.- :
Manager. die, theyvere. !I II
The first term commences on the 8th ofOcto-
6 78 number
lottery-13 drawn physicians. When t I
JLedvriih Brick Building, ballots. qer next. <
i BAY STREET. SPLENDID', SCHEME.' Applications for admission are to be made.to we must lose them bad : !
-: 00TIlE 1 magnificent capital of .;. $100)UO() be.Committee of. Direction.. Sarsaparilla Tre I
little confidence
1 splendid prize of. .' '.. COMMITTEE ; I
SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in. : or DIRECTION.!: S
: 1 do., ..' 50,00'0 ; '- .y rtised .that is ;:
.Jl '
the citizens Jacksonville and surrounding" 30,000 DANIEL, .:
: country, that he has opened the above 1 do '- 20,000. i Dr., H. HOLLAND thankful that we .idl. :
; the lives of both5''I
r establishment'with a view to sell goods at reasonable 1 do 15000 A:.M.REED, :*,' i ; : :
induced tense it:: t
rates, believing that a "nimble penny is 11,556 > .. .
30' do '. Rev. SWART : <
better than a slow shilling.7' He has received, 3,000 -: r : : :
b and is constantly receiving, the most fashionable 250 do .(lowest 3.numberprizesV2ooo! Jacksonville; July 7,,,'49. .' S Myrt1e-aen"ue, ; S : :

and latest style of Fancy and Staple Dry 65'pnzes'of 500.' '- ', < .' ...: .Lf.4++ C
64 'do ; ; !
Jarnes'Cnnnithigs ;
Goodthw1t- -
; .300 ,
65 do ., in i : :
r the"Lunatic
English and American Prints; Ginghams ;ji' -200 Ayslum; :
Chombrays; White and Colored Muslins f 65 do -160 f THE BOOKS of subscription to the capital gentleman.spoken of ; i :
i' Embroidered Muslins; Linen Lawns; 4,910 do .- 80 of the Atlantic and Gulf R Road J ./ -? "c I2HR i
: Silk Tissue and Bareie; L.C.Handkerchiefs; 27.040 do .. 40 Company,will be opened in the City ot St. Augustine 'TMiisonIy one of ?

I Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs; ,. Ticketi S4o-IIaln5 .20'-Quarters .$10-' at the office ofWm.A.vForwardEsq- eases'' of rheumatism ;

4 Cotton Gloves; Lisle,Spun Silk. .and Silk. d Eighths $5. .. -- I at nine o'clock,'A. M,on Tuesday the 25th day saparilla .h 8;; ,C & : ,I
White end Colored Hose; Price'of certificates packages in thiJ above September next, and,wilt be continued, open chronia;caiei&1e" : : ,
Magnificent Scheme .. iintil the) whole sfock is taken. >
r Ie Half-Hose; -: ,as follows: : tao4argirt. .. '.._e',;, ; : i I !
Brown Shirtings and She clings, ; certificate of package of 26:whole, In behalf of tie' Commissioners, '
tickets _. -4- -4' 'D. L. Da.
Bleached '. -, $50000 :YULEE.5I ; -TOnSB.N1>, 'D ;
-- 4 IrisH Linens; Silk Cravats;,Colored; do., ;;" Do do' 26 halves' 250 00' August-,, .2 1849.: ...- .. -'. tf terribly for'.nine '1 j
Do y "
Table Damasks j Scotch:Diaper; do 28qu'art, 12500 considerable "of the

4 ; Swiss and Cambric'Muslins; Do do' 26 eighths '62'O "' .J J'- J' or.work i I. had .the'Do!

: ? Bared do.; Striped 'do..;.=* 'A"certificate package of whol i ir lr nti. u\ ber" Notice.iifr -bjihe' my limbs were ? :

WhiU and Colored Berlin Cords; ..', drawn tie the by'the holder.to!all'over $ 42 netttbat may be i A .*:fronvlBt;rJanuary mext. ,. .thrlPor! four'ear::: four ddne bottle ptyo'lU'<& : ; '
twenty.sa dnfmo'ie'thaD
Trimmings of jevery description tickets named therein '
; 0 CertifiCates ; good negro men to work in his steain'sa'mill'in ;
Cologne; French Extracts; t. halves, ''quarters, dergh In' this place, for which liberal wages pf'good rl am-so :
proportion. ...' tor'the'jear'WiUb entiely,
n. reUeTed.
and Bone
Peaz.\GuIt1 .-*
; :'! 'g Te l. ; 'tr" : '
.. .
-S a Lee's Cotton i' 'This".plendld kernels one'>of thclnos t -...... ". .,. Lhlsfortli b iefit'of
Spool ; < ) ttotTcr drawn : to' --? '.v '"' 2. ., 1 :: .JAS.: B'"\.OLn'. : ;: : : ;
: Mosquito 1 in the United- "" :::1 ryours re
Netting j Stte h
: ectfully/
< :welt worthy of the attention' ) 4 ar.. 18Pe1'11. -D.; CFtaDeo. .' ". ..;-. ttj.TASTINGS. ,h .,.. .' : :" :
Fringe Gimps and ,
., ._ >,> Edging. Of4nt! i.e.,: I. ,: '. -. I 1-- t; .
With ,Variety of .Th.10westprize that can1 ..1 L .,That;Dry Tcnniseiid'
every Goods ins beidraw"b1.l1c1
n I ; ....."' usually kept [ :.....COMPOUNl' '
\ i ft ; SYRUP p. -
< Dry doods Store. Persons I having on three ot'the' .. r.best remedr: :'ft
: wishing to purchtia,: .'! l .!* :! t.ClJ.iNA; : T f" :',-;-- -' :'''; r.' 04'' : : > ,>
.I :1 f. trill do veil to call and examine for themselves. ,OOO'1'' .f' {""t" :. "" are O-'dIspiting ;
; t '. WILLIAM P; DEWEES.. i'1: >rdirs for ticketa nd ahar : d cUfi te f'AI' ftronup1tonDec11n' Asthma,and w rLJl n'd'd \ ii t d
k all diseases '
; t:9 ; AprilSOth 1850. > .: '"Ij ....... ; if: ckake m;theaboyemagn1ficentc; scheme i .. of the Chest! and Lungs,", : '''i .: i rt a i : ;
i .
J1o ift. .
,' "" r will beprqmptly Mle ,
,. ':: .. --- ". ., apdIto,,and uiicount! :of :r Feb2':1850..b'j'd! : : ei'b c ... ,so n .h
-'i" : ._ '
; tit'1 1. "r .
'. I '" 'J 'un ond-Etherftal' -"-,.' thedraw1ng will] be aentmate1y. taijtg' 1 t ;".".'...... .,. -.'.rt _-- ......_.... ", S ..-.. t''' ..wu' ,-#t'""!:>iIl"v-;;:" .- ..a !
Ht1PEbAND'S' fPI!, over to.all }Da1 rder tickets from : ;:.f.---.( **
-4 u ;
t mrnsdiCough Cafe, Address j t '; ,'; ;
J. & ( )mh .N : "D1t..ToWK.n
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Feb.2,1850. ;- tr .-" '- AlcXa **&* : tk1elDlJBetctlpdoaa; : year:be e:1.W7 :
L February 26 '50. -
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