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: August 10, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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nrntIm' nt,1S,1Terd thei2thrnaIonJtJIIDrohlbiIion would intJ at.Jd1Jr nttiiIies tigJittoregutan'n1prlir il Iii l
A'rTeRNE.Y *ourl Compn'e r. iKiili.v iT' NJ ; vtf *? '- aqcj
AND t' tht---Oregon bill :jisa1 iheseu. :leinaui t>, ? R in f-rce.*;*'-' VariousnmendmensI : -:3: nrc4 Ifeld jjfier) iit ittQhEffecof; owrt ptotectJof4z4c '
ir S lio r e.t Lw.' aor: froinliitliiinal JJrVglii,! was :were KV propoedwiti' ) the-- view.of, prevent. hejAIexicAn laws yh vyp tbittlie q preservatiftn{ *"* ./ >!-'ift-
viSQ 0 P oh1izi' to :thLfl'LOnhi$ intention I .dnwii-' .up by him under*" odyice'jaudftnmnsulintion ;;; jr TLt.that*/ *IsVIt.ArnQflg. -f' oilersthe.senator.* 1--/-? --U.1- -> -> ,. tOIIEiS' .. -- -s, eof S.dubI- fuIissiI. ari4IikV5 r Jiut; tbenTthsovergn States Q1
Firiliwin.lef6re$ himself 'to the I With Mi. CjiUumn aiid that )lijmsbir proposed. an,amyudment' id thesek'j \ve h pu -
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v* of? bis profession throughout tbeEetrrrait'of ju phr1tseolugy was sffgeaiea Air,: %V"rus,.!' .V.i tt legislation;" j,t hougb.be-may notdiwbi7i orrhevhoktdth4i doraiiott1154
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tonTUhE.his V.-prompt August 3i8501': / -S .* #; *, > ; !. fflJ,9thg.-: j*.?6 J-A 1t shair'-., *A>(."i. ticctfoile -.t _be4su\-- -..' .\ '. state of his mind, but < f the public muid; -.- --... -

*- *' It is alu'Ays my sincere r' sis z icdon" ,expressed.-.r j. ? i'4.K..in the, should ggyeni pijr legslalipri.| But,$|,; pancy'iiS- ihe enjoyment' thBi WHich S :&P

;jQUiiiNTt N T S H desire to restrict myself to the liirjitV of siithr\i. '-J of' 'the" compact' i. .,containetlIt ,- "- will proeee4 ith my purpose, bcuse iannot titherIeui djr contravened

ATTORNEYAT[ LAW, order in" debate;- and whenever I 'may.le ) uie ordman.coof seventeen- iundredamid think I thatfjhe: circumstahcesv,which( ''wIthoth;:.the grossestfnjutfce5 TUe

atteu4 the Hrcilit Courts in theW thought have nve>stepped; that eightvertn! for ihe governmentoIj1mc'tsjit.ry -no\y mark this issuebet, ween two.-sec citizensollailtHe{ Slave hight to

Ei-tcrn Circuit; the United States lijIIS-u1 Ishall be oblige'I tn any senator : of the -, tnite4| ,..Bj'ate' iionsjrend itjidkimt; io .i;do rmoi wthhiithe 1iirits ortheeerri.'tojWith .

Ds'c Court at $t. Augustine; the Supreme ns'Iztmiiow 1 to the 'senat
jtrttt: TaHihassee; anj prosecute Claims; I for; arresting ints IJut- I mtt IV'sty,'ihis'waV' practical legislation.uprz ator once fejtyhinjself ..constrained-; and which ts'recpgntzed byjthp -
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ijiu in any p the oh sltvery. > adhinctprovisiosi djssharge! :of his' to insist
: W-sbiugton, either before Congress say, lji; t: I in this insta'nco it siu-ins sin upon.the Coiiuti..iortheUpcise' thert gen.eiaIly .
traUtflt gular that objection should! be tfiaile tp' fit the -piotection of aine descripj .Jegis1a onwIiiciI sir specTaI1yand o demanl iei.cognitsoit .

ATDS. Jacksoni-iJcEastF/onia.. arf'pty which seeks to show that Air ijje' *-'inhibrtarits"jjrorn anyre8traintupon" *. in-Jbehalf*ofAfhe .S6atheti) anIjrotection'r f Ji iii.is'such "',
Ii. tbt |ree tenure of slave property; States but against $vhichhenoytljrow3his
t53, Li. Calhoiin's authority hd been impropet ; frOrri lho M.yfl. IM CI J ly cited by she senator frorji Mississippi It ?._ mre: it was a DreBcrintioii ti>" whole \yeigh-? and yhich lie". ;de sopn as U'shall l/avjQ'.lerfr established
Ij. 4AT and I ttthers, among whom, ijf 1 am not the territorial government that'ifieyshoukf oounces as h"thly/ unnece sary, but The4nholition sayeTry t.

TO USE. Y"W mistaken, the sena'or froin Kentucky itt have power ti> disuibthe as.inconsistent with, the doctrines of frOfn' h'e limits j territoryiariqtntjalt: S
righi'of 'slaveholdes to settle- i ih\,,the the South with.ner trued ity,, ,, .
AND was himself-. ne, in support of their view a\id t< indispensable to the needttil enJlab g' uiiis.ellnr niLzw. of the non-intervention ducti inc.. I feel cyu'ywith their blavesi JBtit | will ,? When thec.Olaytqn Cqmprqmisa >oljf !fnnient. :a Therefore* tliq Vterritprial

of the constralruul to i ay that ri-feierife. to not'piess this. was btt'oreihe' / > senate., f, fc> ,the f. *.-.senator j. ,+#T>' Jrf irfV goverisment---establtshed.as iVmustbe, 'U x
: IU pnctice in thesevejM.1 Courts f the being concluded that this amend* expresft'ter ins declared his ad *of tinder '
F.i'tern fireait. un-1 Ju the irbuntie: of the public history and opinions. t $IW # tmencwould vqcacy theiparan duMt ;aut iprTty .6f>(the -
rtiwish nnJ Benton of tlie Southern Ciiv.ilTiori'ii. departed sigc of the South, imhe di.s 'not.jihswer'ih'e' purpose iu the ,,'Missouri ''Comproniis& witUi the FederaVPohXtitVtiqn a tJiav np (ottl,

L: lX cussion <'f a subjoet upon xvhicbfhe had vie>vw iiich Avas, in the, language qC KJnderivbii&amendment, qrtd.prefeirrcdiuo thority urjhterpose iniedhntitiRhe S

IIPI: jjjy <>eto'io.r 2Stb 1843.-noy 17. "in.e acted with us, and for'the urpo.eof ilivnnt'' 'to nullify ihe odious feature" the C ay tqii Compromise,;. Tljes' nj"yment oftbefuII'ribts. '

.--I'2UIaE- ------- 'M P- <> '* K B' euli himi'nt,. does sut fly, sef'io" tome of the 12 h seciiou"! he .withdraw a'rethe' wj rda-'- pp,1 J V- ena 4-' tor*upon, thatoccasion -5'-' 'ty>in*slaves"s"assecprebb theConjstu.

A T T 0 R N E Y an he least, not less pertmrut and 114 miH Vis folleague [Mr'PaxiiB6Serfd | ,.inaspeechbe V'v"then.made-*- % t .t\.:&:: tiqnbth is'bound to iinstIer'':itsffjrs e

AND orddy ihau! tlie' reference yrsienii yb nn nM<$ndmeiit'jn'its sead, which 1 After specifying' one' *" 'or* plans: -"v"whichc .'*' 1 underihenhst4birdiigh1ig. tion { '

I a 1.i.jU.r -., i !ifl w \ !the '*j'Iiatr t-. the ari"' !$"and opuiiuus; will n'adv : were in ttje ordhi choice,i }he 'preserve- stichhri goYa ftrooextvicbn., .-.' ,-,5'---., '

ol"!- private.5 gt-nucMMMi{ I II1 L-ir. rvnei lr IB j ?i''' provided, Tliyt nothing in' this act said,, "Thir IIr ..->vasinlavqj; ) ,. of 4neMissourijContjpromise Jate' tt the. .

: .' 4-i-HP-I ;.s jrofcss'on.> 5 'pr..cier.thr'ughl will le.vntrf'ufjrrtf the, ,purpOM? oftl iitin IUIIMI.hs : 'i-. jUail S..S-* be si> construed..*-.- as *tQ authorize* -* JfcL-A as' kopoed.p#.: ;-be.r -- da soV JBnVertaimrig thRvi0wmatUf ofi thi, .
.F'rszi.Ii: .. I proceedin i"io. show- innMalrcitTT'lluT'; IH'< itroqibiijiiu: ".domestic" s*| : Vfc"r J> <*rf/s /
,, t,',.- :; f-U..3ioir. 10U. 1849. .w? tiiuiib15Le itiaL In id-t> rrrtoiyfwiHrstkn remains ini (Mr. LtmdenQod;) ,1his 1me, ret'rrt ctsshy nyre>!i[>ijpaipab tng;i i

iKIK, xvliii'h) iscluiiued fiow tin- guvetiiIttxil i in* condiiton-of H territory. of the Jni to.tbe, present .Compromise," NowX ed by Cqnajress upon,the territorial got '
i.'rt'E& for. heoi' med nitiR. S that we.jtn.ay more clearly. understand arjouttir.itojeetabiirshed ifirespect.ta .
of a diMinct pr<*visr6n griiI.bcun ernaient : : J
iTttorfltjc! at TLnW, slave 6peity in, the 'r/It..ri.s._ { The object of this amendment was io what lievs; iivfavorj: of J. will agair\ : tfae/systein of Africaai slaver

1 Jat.kp.UHriLh'E.tp., tt war with; lie prrc"jits and ojf uiosis """nullify11 the Oreg-nT "JihtffMa'very' I law.ri read theCii er wo ,d. amendment.! It; tP41 Ifiit? shnildsinderta1j 4olegis-

*'3iy II f :ML. '<'alh un, tiatIii' 'hnd iiuidviiked ) e""<'ubs a iiul qiifs ion Jupon which was>' |o 'bt-j added- -j-t to* -the< --''Missoutc4 i. late forthe proIu1jtIon neic1usion| w'jlaverysuqiyii

tTUL:ct rn firtiit (1 FIii ; in th( t9krct and. asb !.Mdin 'frninmgtinUiiHMit i tie the wh"le ,xniedan.! angry debute of promise! amendment, and was in these jjBlauon wpald,( ii wyjadgcmentj ,

Cirr. .rtrJ) JhTrict ofF1oJ.ourt. Uvhscir I adverh-d ILVing the asj"mitutned was, wheihtr this *tehns- : .Apdpfqvided t1 'hhat.ciiizens(."v V ,-" If *<; oftheJpsstetl ,r r >bea0itere nu'lUty, antVv o. ',;',"$

? ( at nzid pro bi eu offered by -tlie r eui'tr fr"m iinti-slave law shnul1 be' allowed byCo.i"ress ( States, emigrating.with Jtheir wouldths cour'.sifthecsitnarybebou! d "

i'ute ciiii bdre ( onrLt3ui1% the. jurttUeT1ti Ki-utu.ky., [Alt., tJnilprw. od.]. 'I'hatntiiep4njut to rA-muiu in f urce 'ir not.Ceria'injy .- slaves into;anyif the jTerriiqrjes pTthe; top npuRce,:' cetfiV- oefftiQn.rtiMii '\ .. JS

nfUovru ttaefl t t.I. YusJiirg.Qfl.1.MCROBftJ34KE. $.SJCEt wus nucbed I in-llieso words there is,no distinct between ..Unit 4 States south/' said'paralle!, befi>rejth; ?tnt If iVerrijfJar ial legisl tion,

, Jafl.6'49. lyI .. S. this instance, imd the qnt 8tioii'Whetherihe shall protected-; if ;heir'prppeity, juiheirslaves protective fclaveiy, s.liQuld ba sabjec'ted -

I .L. PIIu1,1p Provided,.further, Tliat pitizens .of -iVli>xican ami-slavelaw would lu solQQg; as the 'Territory it!? ;tu; t1eame\teS4 einnt doubt thftt

the United &iatrs emigrating with their allowed by Congress remain in force .which 5 Mrec'mirate.conttnuesuhder. .bterrtqra1 ;a si e.h;If g iX atiqir wqMdb.e/b; idjy lf dtri

AND; slaves 'into uny of the :Vrritori ?i of the 'rhehmeiidincut! ortered'by his co\len-\ ,g3vei1mn1entY'Jhis he fax'ored and. ,.of It r e41y, cberefqt;.ii s-seem.' 'l 1':4: H*-*&* 5

gouu3tfloL atJACRSONVILIE. T1aW; UnitfxJ States, south ,of said paralhrl of g e-was-c'riimimily ad'nect and positive thV Clayton repe iyr4iachibvitiqr +eig.ioayopi'iw"fc Lnc* lF

FI.A., latitude, shall, be prvterlf.d their propiTty legislative protection of slave property .COmp'orn.sheopposed.! r .up ori*tins riVahjectr.ltail,,'ja 4rio -i$3&S

i WILL, attcii-1 to any professional business in their lavesbO I'Migasilie.lei and an annulment) of existing !law or Mr< FOOTB.There* is a porj5ori'rofthe i lea vei.he"w1iol4 UT iejcilo'ittfe* J err&Qrial> -,, .:- .r-T '*toSi'be fe
to him in the Courts of the rule in Oregon. No vote was taken bill'nqxv underconsideratiqntvhit.bS Q ov i-nm nts artdictltt' courts.t I &-
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to which they ernigjraie.cujitinuesunder -- T f>i'> < i % 't--J >*
Jstrn tJircuit, aid the Supreme Oourt.B at ,r'.toiy nol-to. jbe/foupd intne..,,Clayjon;, bill.. ?
c tt-rntoifal ,government.Nothi 6Vit, because the whole'subject was "i-' ? ow :theniareea1polfltsirribispaage ; )
Wlthawe.. HeUis silsn such an'aayanta.n a I of the clause which JheConstitulio"nrof
speak extends -
ni< ')cetion wJtJi ,mnble.Iiwyer at WushVTMI | >g could, be more ilistincVn > foojVafter referred sisthe self-cIT com.uiiiTeeof of Tbs! spehthiclleseree| -
Citr.' as will IfUSUVC ft prompt nnd spee- tbing: more conclusive i be .flrlen.qryofi.he whicii Mr, CJayiou was ehnir.iip ihe'JJnueil States espQ% 1-&Jie {,All;the estengfLthSttesliaeeq ,

.fe lleeton; >fi ch-cUimaM3 nuy be placeJa veueraie.l fliampion .of S-'Uihern 'But theie can :be no :mistake sally. toJhe'tcrrjtorieV:; ./ t1 righ in tbe w l ltqrVaVdomaViiof
1 BM U in Is -i j:unit the United States. the ?1r. VULEB. 1t clause'was,adp. neCrepttblic ittiailiatfTia '
question .
'nLSrh.1'49. ly rights, whose integrity and wi>d>unhaye n.jVo'wihe:,seoator.'. i .' .ss"odupon, ., ? ..f-.T ---. : tedjn. tIiisbhI.because". -* it.-" 4 *'"V- n.",was-a parr* ot
:i:: shaped all!,.his.onmi na vy.itn enduring and the wniidrawal o! his amendment, ; < ?-- '- ; the

; .anr.gfl value., is >yr..ugvd by tjiose' who 'jobesubstituiedbyihsttofhiscolleague, IbeOlayion.Udmpromiso-- *' :Wagrt fthiat Tb next enteocensert
ATTORNEY AND COONSELLOE AT LAW him as.a'n auihonty for denyitig ''evidences hii app'ovaLofi'; tt o yooF = Mr..FooTE.Mr. 1twJi9inLhatliill.. thatILthe u.itizen ofaII '
removed his office ro ,Columbianl piegegi ., Tlj ? .; ;
II VVINQ ; within.
-But I States
to Jacksonville, Uuv.il Cou typcctfa .. to tlve .South her rigli\ful\ wiltbrug hoinen 4abyMi
Omty L--.;. lii: the ..tonejc his up.ureerencet' thebiji the lispit! ofthee terhtoriessvzth any
>* informs M friend* I.bat1C has asciite.l t'qiliI more. i'oo of approval .-
with-hira.y in tte racace of Law, hit, and ijoygu'st if it : 't l giMati pi n..foi'th x pi t CJqvtqp.t1iefsiiu. tlitiej insta1ien. jroperiy wha; osseshndwbicb:

Brother, SVW..SAWDERSON.witt But from slave. in the terVii.jries J detd, m gt&raeci the ;:is
O'5t passi' ; opmn. ; ,
at each ..andof t1i 'EJis&ei1Statet the i.
represented Javo1 to te
:re ra : be r-M -a-S- -- .5 sent nioii' 1 ncIudigi e 0tlterwardsIdiafllse
the several sOiiS i' I1hQU to 'e' Mr F6oTEs.n. Will the ,
47terin the Circuit Conrtt in r. t I propoSe (o'rid'was >emily;;5cctInayhichie) '
0 f the twteni Judicial Circuit.-llwHunttton ,;ui,11ativrnnlo ihos oi tlieenffoiii ator allow.me fpr.a amislltmig'thsv 'QorarolteB.iiidaw n4dinent
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'Ointy of in the MiIil1e. Circt2U.the .- Missisfiibpt 'Mr. Fiiose. I5 he sh. u J4sread j tjbut.f| the tlip'gs wagree. ,
Supreme Court' -nt T&ll. iMee-u? d th?,S Ii.l'.V:, J"V, <- xpeel ,10 ifhow thui Itir whatw.e i owclniinvy :?vy".6rr T-?* Yvv* J "
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J.S.Court nt St. Augustine.f ; Vvi deal of troubl by a confession.
11AlI bu/ineM ea'mteJ to their ..carewiM : ( ,have this suppori tLI1S 'a.ereiK ; M r. DICKINSON;.(i itiistseiU ). ?Thi '
?.*cti w prompt attentiorL o1IIilIgIs arid cou. se. always ,imereL I ore: I confessed, ibiRmbrning efbre-ilmj myf isthecnse\ t4j':s f i 1LMr.iurErTJe it o,' as. sh.T btilLwe- -' re'----'. ..S. .iu 4.of t1heays1bLprot.1thofl3s

A1reu, J.P.&S.W.SANUERSON. .1(1111 \poiiritlifU:: hque vf #h wjiigiVial'UiP.ohiWionsavowed original opinion- upon'this' subjtH't-ws; senLhrifonINYoikMrDtiki 'L.b.,4eintflLded .
:jAckonvill: PuyAJ (Tty.Fla by niin.-eyeii. rSiiq ..astoe m% piinfully to abjtr'ulcu -
ye:4Di1ni.br teriihl.
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r 'v \ Hnd'the OUoiry"b dlstingWiBe'nileVneniorwhoniirhav.eimadeful
the attended l- >> "i* so ; s'
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&LEsifln7part : '*" #: aJotvanee. JmQp'iiStI.JQ) : prqvf'e, 11115 &aiijod to th&CIayt M1Lvas iagrethatQUtOnsI.jU enta W*1right

4 .to: J4ckvrnillellav ml reapectuily olieiUd 0.1 4S.: v : .. d r, 'nas always.cjajined, ,(j>rJUje ;Souijr; | -- oWi .5 Ip'go withiheirv a esjpi1j! territories, "
ia ;
.;: : .tight, !jto JicjiUiive jmiterpostIuIPr J" iifa -riut-l wi1shtnow. that-tizo. senUtorV : -- andto 4e and4e nuiqzdpo.tecti'i .
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p'rppertyand.yJJtcJrliQ", ) .-,-declare 1 .lsjhe' :(Mr. QaslbX) nti-jtber. *.tbit'li ..lcKarif'pions ;tn''S14 espect: 8 ifi.5 mtffd 'orunitedjirijoi i f d .jliif! :' g4f-a- Wb i d tb1iY ii .:toJpdteDpaer; !" :; .anDel8t./ z_. .. .k .

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enjoy 1- c- .- ItjUndertanU; .tien1csrrectl3'; they .brthubliii. IOfOnStrUctiOn, /rh.: "' h t ti'icUfJil tit h d' int ndentagento; u ii ..1.
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I 'j Jf i Mt 'lii ibtf Ca j tkI De. ,
in,a subsequent sentence, must,be ;:eaublishedundtiif -. uiterverstionthat: if.'w: ;acqqn' territory I. Y'" .a0 f ea 1pt/ifi9iP! *'?*.*M I."" iat1co f J.: mnaIblished notIarfron.Quroce.' :dtan. '.. J ; p.ply :,tb, cJ..i h'
: tli.f paramountauthorityoftlie .. from i'a. nnt Qn''n046i; ; laws!. tbolishpropety 'dales f..t'i hie":!CoristitiitioflV1 i 1 t;!htis:'rio' ,'..', )21edIW4ud, '(J t'''' ": 'nf\. ...' ;.rr" it'/'(m"*";) 'eX mtDera1 "
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$ paperw'e tP-r :
- ,Federal Consiitutiiin' .' .. 1so, in slaves. ;"Cpngresscahnbdeclare i r,ol herpowersjroTotHeftd; ;: u t"jfr.I; |cShnoi 't i l Ry.TJ t *:V V ."" :y *ask--:. liI: ii t ,..;jt(th9_

jisftCteaIureOfpgrS8, "under 'the the' nullity:,iif suciiiayf'sfthaiif originate.t o K: "estabKsh&any! :{pblittcal i t 1 menfc i --.*-a.-,-utterlyYaw*-z v !r J". **l.and; #* g I yae. d: n ,b1.. h

I Con t.i utiQn. Its pn\VersfChell, are,'by' ...bMiruc1iflnsttostht'secure',; 'tenure-and right$ The .C.onstitutioiV! ;recngnizedand h1 to_IInit /or:t :eJasUwo "dent, nenr.nr ;sub j
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'his' admission, pot original! ,.but delegated 1jo'mt"lt'of! 613vo,i'roperty'e.dsfiri the 1 establish llj theXrights i ,'ah4 thenly' jeari,'in which,.theNis has, !'attaked.: the,I I : agentPO6fbaIUesatisfactory' i'rysusia .

aiiS, : i it can only receive, \fy delegalioii territories, Oongress-icannot 'remove rlgbtsulider ti&f&i&Ujiion\ : ,wtiich, :chacter,ofprvate.,citiiezis! f ,The'sneaking : .ind),, .1 't '

I such powers as 'Congress! itielipossesses. them ;' that,' .if J legislative protection is, ,_ernett' Q*J bVtui r L,ited:j *aiidrd_ inan;.ejo" In rbich. the'.' ,ch rp, isrraada only-.ag-. J e.. 'J e;

If therefore, the puwer and needed f, give assurance to 'private' re 1ded..b v if9"p'ow N r' aQ'C flgres t graystes,the.folwtood, .' 7Se:nearut approichtO =, ,-.' ; otherwise'i::' ;

the duty to protect slave property ex- right 'in slaves, ('ungress cntinot giveit bolish"a ytion ljg I: i''Ii.t p .i! ; rril'UIAan1JUlj.. '."': ",_ :' .. (: :. "
: .!' <> ; ,_ .: .::1 .,' :' .: .fi ,! ; 4ft '"l i 'wev'!< "
territorial in
that if
lie a a chooses \ i.
in government teiritory oiguainteesfor this
isti; as says, ; ; cretes, ; wpulJbe : J :fg'EDxtOii.I; 'my humble'oplnfoD: :Mr.Cabell ..
; it can only be because that power of,thecunstitutibnal rights of' the! to attribute; to it ;pnwerabovejtjieConstitntion : j. 'tprcarloiuicst-reprea'cntatiTe- -' ;>'*'? 't '- :i' ,- ever* >* r. L 8i'-In. the ubli&darttvllyflhil : itc:

and duty existed on the part of Congress citizen,, to nbolixh the piopertyofhn X.e thVlegislative ,' : ; !: Ideetingifind \
? : agency, .'U'ze ri.c "Pe pfe d6 nt i tht knwhaia'Idoing ; ;
__ I first, and has been delegated. If! emigrant !in his la\'e.ttr refuses yieldto or" instmn rit'bfttfe, federal institute,it what i he'ia ilinjnldngfoh} :or whlher.heladoingftnythiDgtorthinking .' _tfi ose of thocoinmittee: I .of. 'Wentypoiutd ;!
I territorial i ; or: o draft
then, it is in the power of the his.right the same, protection whichis mns' cafry intoVfiecfiiH tKe. agreements. atall : .iPrearnbl i ,
government tn give recognition and claimed end' allowed bOther property of".tbWparties; ndproter: r: ,and \ nfoft1lthegbtts .! .: ; pressing,the sentlimentspf ',Lb ) e

4 protection to slave property, and it i in Congress cunnot inteifere to correct' .of Sites or 'u hdiyidualscreatco' (ibout.,., "'.,tlie.indUDsl' "_ .. .,What about', ,-Fillmore." I', -, .fonrarded,to our Senators and ).'

Its duty to give it, that power and that the wr<'ng. mall these cases, nnnin- i irecpgiiized: ; ?pr.'guaranteed .fcyUie war4messge: against-. ..' Texas- ,.?, .Did -Rejoin/ 4 '"Gen- ,., m Congress:. .At the time that th.i', ,

' duty are also and primarily in Con terv nti"n, they say, forbids. I Cunt ituton.:"\t* cannot.'"establish"or"ahnlish" 'Hopkins In" getting par ,citizens exclude/a.fromemplothent1 ,held,''.l,was abentfrom the .county:'! ,

gress. Now, which of us do best duty Now, what does ull this doctrine leadto .' .thepolitical, right to'settle (did:he freinoastraie' :against noUhaflbadbeencaUedin.' .. Pa"c 4iIei'" ,

to our constituents-he who demands tIn the first place, it .is, in all prac- in"the. Territories'wjth slave property, suchinjusticeVYou"neIghbor"as i : you call him', .its proceedings ontn. I saw' (In 1 &h "
Congress to discharge this duty in tical'intents, so far as our present thinks was highly wrong in..the clerks at.the. the day. 'As pa 'f"
possessions any, more than it .can, "establish1' or. : .tho)'reamlle:ai R t i
the first instance, in order that our citi- aro concerned, as was well insisted ( *' the; right! to,pel.IIIljere'I" rabolish with 'warD, pt.o giv copies public letters!. ,That, .t.ill sentiments which'never.were' ni .
with their slaves, at once, this morning by 'a senator the ; : "ne1gli l"of.yours is a nice yojith! '. 2.The ,*
jens may go any pther_ property-one as much,as trill be mine,I feel bound. to.'dwwn: iW
and be independent ofthe caprices of a \Vilmot Proviso j because the negation the "jtier' and not: one more"than the *',NORTHER,. MfN.r' ,to say"to,those'-who'have heretofore :
subordinate agency, or he who leaves safe- '.f tho power to protpct'thi right, and other.,".1'he C Constitution. ., the" "source, Repnhlioan.and' its scribblers,-have endeavored -' wit,1 thejrconfidence J ; that I have. noit tit.,
work his the refusal of the ,
the out own
emigrant to duty to emove alleged and 'arbiter of all confederate '
our rights mmmersct which
of to an/lraprewion that there,Is rappear.by: 't is..P
ty by appealing to the consideration or apprehended impedirnentscreates Congress cannot"'"i intervene" to uestablish"flny get np and' "
: these "
his associates upon the public lands 'Ij [ to say lherleasta doubt as to the safety "abolish"any adispositiouamonj4is,to cry down. "Irtbern. ,. ., .BegplutionsVo have done?',)fji,
new right nor "
1t And suppose.the territorial legislature emigration to the territories .with because this men f. This theyknow to be falseftnd? : .,they, victionpf i t-ii t81d my.""8ympatajef J
recogned.rig1t .
j ,
-. fails of this duty: the senator does not, slaves, which, in etfeo, may excludeus. would,be to disturb .and niter.the relation keep it np fO 'the purpose of, etectlon ring.- have and". .never,can.be *UKjiie,*ffa
of '
- in that case, mean to leave his wronged of the rights' of the.'respective O.1r- In. theyiast. ."Ncws". are.the..following. br. a Clay's/jCompromise committee: of tin Rona, whJ hJ*n jy. u_;.f re."; -,
constituents in the lurch, I am sure.- J In the next place, it is non-action fco ties.as 'adjusted' and regulated by.the marJt8,. ,owing,inac u is not>nortnern men 'wno -- ----- -;-: ::: -?- M v, a. m

f Does he not propose to come back thento far as the security of slave property is Constitution.Fn are)oenstired' hat a few of them, who set themselves once so odious and .so traitorous totb ?8okthat'niy

Congress to afford the requisite pro- concerned, and action against it. It is :this' sense "r.on-intervention" as a up f leaders, and who go against the greatest surprise' Is,.,to find';Zouti i;:

lection and to correct the delinquencyof in very truth the active exercise of the general principle" of federal l legislatio. Southern'Convention and,all our leading men' era forgetting,the rights of their i natite w'.

its agent in the territory 1 and if so, power to exclude while the power to is, correct. arid ''equal ; and yieldins of both parties in Congress., They artfully endeavor lending themselves even for&moment tifatatjport ,

is it not more reasonable to provide this protect is negated. The senator from .itB I fair! requirement, we do not, its(the to escapefrom theodium their course Yet such'is.:.the meUncholy '( ,

protection from Congress in the first instance Michigan, who stands before the country iritervenCion Congress to "esjlanlish" has brought upon them, :by hiding behind the not wIthoiitpregedjit.' :', -

1 But if he does not propose to as the author nntl chief defender of anjr.right for us to gowith slaves to theTerriiories backs of true Northern men But they must .1 am not a follower of either.Mr.CIay, ) .'

come back to Congress for protection, the doc.triIlP, has declared that ,he considers ; nor win weeoiiseni1hat.it'. come out and stand on:their own bottom: who are his followers or worahippers i ;fOJl1\

it must be because he snpposes that, the Mexican anti-slave laws 'as shall..intervene "abohs) that rightas "The fact that.a man was born in the north cerely believe,_that if ,therights)tb : ,
territorial l has force in the States is evidence that he is abolition and the destinies
although the : legislature remaining in recently acquired is the ern no an ofthe&uthwepeiaVlitnB
,.proposed by Wflmot.Proviso.We .
power to grant protection, Congress liasnot : territories. If they do, it is because claim I ist. Many of them, are a* true to the South, agheiown he would s surrender them alHo! the AIwluioBlof
that "established" themselves
thoyCoNSTiTOTioir sons, But when. they sot '
If this be then the territorial of the transfer became the North- and .about '
power. so, they our.rigJiI. We ask Congress up as candidates to make laws for you,and at'the ,place. car. necks Iii
p government has sovereign jurisdiction American laws-laws of the United to discharge itsXppropriate function by same time, openly avow doctrines in open opposition ,galling chains of. perpetual. serviuideftoi, tt.,
upun the subject of slavery, States. No U\v can have force, or even given effect/ and security to that 'to our great men:of both parties.to the very. Is not a th.a., desire to be .eeD' fa) -:
and the rights .fhis constituents in the existance, which does not represent the Southern Convention and our whole delegationin celebrated "Compromise?' 'Poeshenoipropflgi,

territories are not what he has asserted, will of the supreme 'authority. Certainly right.! / ,_ and Congress cowardly-.that doctrines'one*in might themselves blush to; so repeat mean by that.Billto'surrender to the North.lte iiv

but are just such as the territorial government the Mexican authority' haseeased T/ffE NEWSJACKSONVILLE. them-when, they do all these things, and, they mous region "country:..known:as C Jifonat.

chooses to make them. This in these territories, und has been succeeded S have donetheml Whigs Democrats,all men,arise, Does he.not propose to take from' he will not agree to, I am sure, but will ,as all admit, by th authority -- and,teach them by the aid of the ballot box,that sufficient" form- two States aadswreate. ,'

insist with me that their rights exist under of the United States, which is the supreme they,.and have are mistook Hot jit to the represent true spirit,us."of our people it into:the grasping hand prKinihen'.IMl.!
the Constitution. \Vell, if these i authority in l1em.Vell now, / ? '
Does he
ers to take
from taejia.
not propose ,
We, were barself born in a free State, and .
rights are created by the Constitution, : how can any law exist theie for a moment :I we know that, nineteen twentieths 'of those sury ten Millions of Dollars with bielziqid.!
and are rights appertaining to our Confederate but by the will of tho (United the claim Texas i
the North true the Booth to.her territory*,wsja*;
at to
born are as as,
relation, to what other authority States, as represented, in its 1 legislativeform J "
SEPTEMBER 7, 1850.Representlltive her native'eons. It is only when they prove lytorn from her; grasp that the ahoiitionki'.tf
.__ jurisdiction can he legitimately re's"rt by Congress ? True Congress the North may receive' the ultimatCbenAnd
[ p-| themselves thOcontravtbat, thing is said \t
for their protection than the Fede- will not make enactment of any.
express '. do not the products of .the slave:
For .to Congress on the subject, \
of constitution
ral Government 1Vhat SOl t them; but if they remain forceit must
The Editor of the Republican asks the following States contribute i largely,morelthan ha31,rfjB.
of government would that be un- because the &upreme' vill or assentS
JOHN BEARD sum? Does he not also
der which rights are created without fur the sake of order/ preumedyvin\i\\ questions among many,others: propose bythisia
"Who have "fattened and what famous"qoDiP JDtse"-.to abolish.tteiiiivf tnli! .
S on authority or to enforce or pro- otherwise declared. Still, whether bya OF LEON COUNTY. upon groundis
.. the belief based, that "two of ihe gentlemen: in the District bfjCblnmbiaj J ; pn soil given ttfii,
tect them \ And if the right of the cit- presumed oivdirect assent, the law ;
/ the Hill ticket have been
Gravelly long unsound -
on General Government
2en to protection of his property exists rest for theirxs3nction upon the will of DiivaE. ,County .Democratic' on the slavery question?" What is tba by the slave. oidiugSoia:
of Mary land and oiSaai
under the constitution, and the duty to their supreme, aubority-upon the Nominations, meaning this term soundness thus applied Virginia; withoat

protect all rights created by the Constitution will of,/ongress, which, in this case, FOR SENATOR- and what is the standard of soundness? Who remote expectation or apprehension having lisa
has been authorized to erect it, manufacture, it, entertained by those States at the"Um ::6J
1 attaches to the Federal Government represents that authority. Now, then, JOHN BROW ARD. or advance it T' '
surely Congress, and not the jf the courts decide that the wi:1;:l of grant os made that such an .atienptjrM
territorial government, is the primary Congress is presumed, its will is thus FOR. REPRESENTATIVES, That, Mr.Buddington is ccu sound"'? on this ever be nade? Thus forever deprivjag ;lto

depository of the power and duty, und I employed in the positive and practical THOMAS LED WITH, question,, is the ,impression of his neighbors citizens, of that. District, 'of" ihcir' i ina11ei4. .

'must be looked to first and last to dis. exclusion of slave propeity from the DARLIN C.. PRESCOTT,. based upon many years acquaintance with 'him rights which,never would have been:, l
I Whether is correct or not, is for them to .determine
charge the obligation. territories ; in piker words, Congress their parent States, And what is 'i

Upon the whole, I must insist that if permitsits Will, by judicial decision.to rr The friends of Mr M.D.PAPY,.announce Mr. Bryant "adheres" to his doctrine by this far famed."Compromise .haL ti.S A

the senator would give logical sequenceancljuat intervene for the prohibition of blavery ,him,as a Candidate for toe Office of REGISTER ;advanced two years ago, that all'persons shall reez'e'for.all this?' ;Simply the;]gfeif!

application to his opinions as in the lately acquired, territories, but if OF,PUBLIC. LANDS .' are unchangeably imbued with the opinions. of theugitive: ,Slave Billy'i! 'i rthroogb.
to the right of the South to be protec required to declare that such is not its and sentimentj of those they have been raised by::.which he endeavoufs to hold ottbp-

ted in the territories, he should voted will, the senator from Michigan and Mr. YULEE'S SPEECH. among; until they arrive at'the age'of fifteen.. sion of the Southern_ pe pithebope4hLi;

with us for this amendment, and for he from Mississippi ,protest that the To day we publish remainder of the:powerful .This, on his own showing, makes him "l n' will be all sufficient, to ikisuielonz'''. 'pnal ?";p

others of similar hearing. principle of non-intervention is in the reply of Mr. YUI.EE to the arguments,urged sound." We'cannot permit him to f r ep out of 'enjoyment-? .i.,. (our rights: and/evpt

But there is another point in the has- wav.V. by" Mr,FOOTE; in favpr 01,the.-,California bill his dilemma, by setting up an arbitrary' .rule, peace- to" our. .now, distracted'. .--- .eonntrr.. -.,, ':J.sdt
; : : -
age of his speech which I have rad, But this is not yet the worst consequence ,The recent efforts made by Mr. YPLSC in this to save himself' ,.by saying, he only ''me nt' Northern fanatics would not disregrdansei

important to be noted The senator of non i intervention so interpreted behalfhave, met wjth universal commendation those-''born it'foreign countries." such as, the l law,,a1. '?'lia'ye already and I- rjrs4s::>

has all the while com;lained' that our : for in the third place, it is a in all portions of the South and must' .eQecto- German and Irish!I garded the Constitutional-v. pLtiqklJj: ..

claim for protection to slave property practical 9 rrest of all further colonization aPr silence-- those' :whig, citizens- -of;-J his if if own statewh5 ** These reasons, besides the fact of_the opposition this subject f. Itia/Sir,.a'delusion, .ie

S in the Territories was irncntnpatible by the South upon the contill nr.- have never given.him credit.for any merit of these.gentlemen f as we aaid" before to InlluV into a fatal 'eettrity. ntil ;OUf1;

with the admitted absence of power in The lately acquired territory was from whatnver. When.the 'Sout'ern Press" e organ the, united' counsels' ,of tb'e8Outbare" exceliionhtorbelleTiug '-. ,shall be forged. 'and:.riveted. 'nponu. 5 adi<6&V
Congress, to "establish or abolish sla. a nation which prohibited slavery. of the South.at' Washington. terms him .* them',cunsou" d" on'"the, -slavery -* cla* """ kings shall be:hea>d-" ,oj"r.9 alUh&lwgWL- % t"'y*|*

very." The senator( from Kentucky The same condition is the fact as to all "one" of- the llb'est men. in:the. Senate, .on'the shv-, .question.: > breadth of our land.; .Thenthe mig it Tm"

-I (Mr. Clay) and the senator from Michigan vacant territory 'remaining upon the very question," our-petty polillcianftmay! possi.Wy TheEditorof- tho' .. 'Republican- as we 'can aside. his mask and :-receive the applaurI J&

(Mr. Cass) have joined him in this continent. Jf the laws of the acquired ] begin.to appreciate i ;their'8nator.. 1 prove 4 from<.his own'columns, f,is also> very tui- hisjNprthei I r 1i frtends' _'_for which, ,, ,andbesintersts ., '. ;ig *"

complaint. Now the senator has removed country come with the land, and Con soun& the .
tl; : -prfeclll.otttnD. question he has so. longhand so iniii
JL D. PAPY, :for.,.the; office ofRegister ,
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all occasion for answer. speaking gress cannot repeal them, or if even.a !L! Ayear.or he tEoaght t
lands 'will more-ago; 'poor laoored' r > _tl"Y'
public run well in East :
of the territorial' doubt flf their annulment is be 'allowed ; '
Jegislaturehe says: to Florida.." men, who owned no slaves, had no. interest .in Such.are the:,provisions, of th.T4I
S lie isayou man of talents -.
"If it should undertake to legislate. for to remain it will be in vain, so far g ,industry, ; ;
a Integrity .. the question! We reprimanded; him at: the "Clay.Compromise f'., !tedhY..m JI
the prohibition or exclusion of slavery, as the South' is concerned, that any future .. unspotiejd time' for his incendiary language' And;;li iw' 'gantia'and.luminous intellect who l caikIjig
it would be,a mere nullity," and that acquisitions are made. The 'sum S DISASTROUS'II.' FIRE., been'silent. e" since.. : Here-are the two: 'can- .the "ery chains he'Cprges; for, ttTi .
"so.the, coor s would be bound to pronounce of.the whole will be, that, under this -At.about two o'cl: ck'on' : ', '.v'I
aquarterof 'did editor i
'A precious5 '
and their Tilio. !
", : Friday t ., I to his.friends,and fbilpwersgilded brnt"!i
I but that "if territorial legislation doctrine !he lines of the slave States f-f *-l|">\* "
; Morning our citizens 1 were aroused the IcurloUi that thla"or ols
,: by cry-i fact, southv would. barter,away the b>UnteTt8t I of tieS
S S protective slavery, should be will haveleen fixed to their present limits., of,fire,,which.was ascertained, to"proceedfront "iv' "'" v* > : *";\iv ,7- I 1':
rnlig has never'published s 8lespehof 1 and ieat/us but the of !,..
paper thVjconsoktionfortherighUc
S subjected to,the same ,test, h. cannot I Idoubt' If.this:be thedoctrineof the DaraocrnKic thtkitchen, attached tohe', boarding notuie j-y V \ ; > .t;.' -j t
I Toombs 'Berrien f"wafch'flfpnved
Stephens, :or Yulee. ,
would be held valid. The .
it then horse '
Trojan has' "
platform a '
.. :!kept by Mrs; MAXEY. ,Itsoon :Communicated. OnyipeeJ b'H'fatorable":'to',the''rights', Jof' 'thesaathI'aa ;( >jCaij:: ( :Birj hat tf : :
deflator, then has recognized in the been introduced into the citadel of the, Vith'the. I 'n :.
'with the main building. which : dwell ,-
., ; e"Jouud tn' give their"$7mpftth1ei"VoV n iSi
direct the broad distinction aji :9- .
South. shall
most terms, That i* J say about :..--'$ S. S "'., 'il.i'. h ; ,.e.
adjoining occupied by .WAAL c 17 "
; : ., J1J werein 't l tJ r'CC j W ;
between the power to abolish and the it.; :
I: duty to protect. 1 trust we shall never But. ,nonintervention ,has. 'a legitimate. the'short, ':repace of twenty, '.minutes. ..: ',. .burnt',... ;to, 1'Ct; '; -..MS,.. ..: FOR..';. f; '.iNDliN' ''':' .trrti? ':I1dSSES.;;" \ .tr. '> ,ha1t r thiS I01J1,O inPIo1 Jn... mea'; : ;p: -'.
the'ground.iFrom; the,,fact that.three efforts, WAsHINGTON :4thi85O.' cnlatd to">deprive 11i\iito'r": thetr ali .
h 4ugust : '
again be told that because we deny to .snd reasonable m0aningaudundergio( ,'4, .
: Congress,the power to abolish, or ex. in.its true sense is.not only without, .objection to,fire the,boarding house. havebcen., preyipiasly; J< flEAISIa-.I S. septi; ; '..youacopyotaand y r1tpd, .. ,iiaUy.;bmi. .$.,.mre1y. <:sduiute7t '.,...

; :'f' dude 'slavery, we are precluded from but'is'a correct: p .i.n. iple. ,> ., ,4.1Jover4)4..t3getlly snpyo9i1 &ohav!: VeYy: important. : %v.luaHo:,bill,J. .r.1;i'"; : hdace. tdjsh& ..-
< 'i. -ft" ff\ r'i'J-f-S -i- "
been eatsed by au in. rjifi c J| ', : TtnaiJde" nttbiNOr ?
1 f.t demandingprotection/ S As a rule arbitrarily .applieU .to tha' / ;dered;by.a Jargejote ,this,}irnorning jtq : .

'!t..1 ; I'propose now, to confine.my' furtherS I right of property!!in. slaves;. ;land tu np )sIn< 'connection. '
; ,observations to'the subject of non-intervefl other description of property, it ,wou4i! r6ncewe, would ,caH atteation to/onefact. con.ne'cted i:! !the iuzensofFi6rilailfhava; l J '" 1'J.\ ,'. ..cr"IW"..fi -

ion'. It has become'-.important to 'involve"a discrimination! :injurious,tcf the. ,with the fire enginefwhich. has;been rejcently I- sk6ucvilpubIish: \.it for hei, ISt ti JL''h.l1; CIiIOau:: ( tft.. 1., .
; Lr ( ;'.W14' \ < ,
I .examine this, doctrine:;with.isome care ; slave, tin i re$;:)f p 4. '(degr>dp[ g ;JID;''Thp ; 'arclawdJ'!.The wfais. were,dry,;>n4, ;.formation" {'.'JJrpst.. -' '.1\:walt,"tIM". \.tIra. : wS'jlpX1ong.. QOuusera<, DpaWnt.' .

I ;/or'we,find .it constantly presented as abarrier South ;( Jru8;;:ajprincipje,.growing;'put \thrfireengnefrom4wauoWsuc1&mJuositffdrkwjxittf] | ;'; : : Yoin! t;Ie:',**ou*?'J O t; qpentafrewbiehzeceived .1' pt .j :fib kad' rq )1
1of :
: ,
: ( to the'reasonable'l 'legislation we the nature of our governmenl- .a :| th :'i1.w&8' Jrendered-ujeles. I: : 'in",)-.,.- Pi "' ad iU4tatibteieii all: hkeWult ,-

S ssk1nTb halfofajjmportant Interest costructjou'jrf'j !thefoptituti6n.fou:. j ; ,";' I I.Tmtn'ediatQmeasures),? $j 'f i-- ,.*--4..-". should* .,be,t take"* '*" iq remedy. r *- ," S.!: I v II ;
: S the -southern section:of'the.country. ded, upon'the:republican; ,I'dea;of Jimitedworihyjof ; 8o'l5, nous aD,OTer8 .h-. :$f "A,r (fJ; \ \.U A .,J.' :-!'J4ABiU {>*,; -.'W'LniTlyntEEll::, ; ; : t d. sIctheni4'D'-

'.Whatismeant. by the''doctrine of powersn d' itrJc (,intbrpretation.u-'it ij: i f oJ The-Disavowal.1* :i "f'J.t.l,' !' f .: .toxicrd, } )\ ": ,i&fittbe: : ,11D"\ ::'d .,t'il', e tU :U 3 '

4 ,nofi4htervention J:, >Ifit\ means' what all. acceptance'., \ ., .r "r'7 S "WrOgatI t (( : S t p bU# ; a t.: to: J \ t!, Jmt! 'b'i i''Q'.i.1aD."' 'en' ; I

; .' .the.:senator and.some'of:his friendsVnderstand I P' Jg l.l1y'ndabstlaciIyaII p 1 Iiti. i alrighiseii 1 11i,ti 'i '":'rii1i 'ib t Sf11 t''n! i&1f o1i: ,lr Indian_ ,' I, ttr.t 1t;:: H qit 14oi 'i" ;Wle.1" .. eca..wou. ;" 'f'.d.t\\t.lIo.f 'j.t', "

S : byjt9jthenjTrideedj.: ; \ J it'rjfB:8Dotncrt i.tJ ': 'i tWa; e j1ocf; :thceverilStates. 'fn. ; d l;'tt : efj J f l j tJit..h P. J 19, ,. >" 9;. ,Uci nS61r J ,
: K jffc .viy
: > t.ana..wQrei it_ V&delupibn: -, tiTheonstitution..!or cx>'rnpaci /rt.f, wt. ia Mt.8f, thif1. tu .11e. I affyac- : ,IJ.l ':+,eg I .e:- ,'tB/ J 1e :, Ua,, .l tbt b'rf'iib i ,

f :. I Had almost said a fiiiid.-norof courser between' e."State'f-x, decides' *-,',<<;hat;.I f-part t-i: .t.'r.{ h't, / rj'Ill : i.rJ.'f?1' '. l 1'lt3Bi4me. w-:...lth.tb-.. ., .J.n"Qb" ,A n_dta. t':' C'v: :t. .-;;'#:? "'iQl_A' .'."l): .. F
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. \ ':l impnting td the senator.any purpose oft of those righ'tsshaU remain ,undeth' ,LM; hu..e T-e 'D fef 9'-.* ,fe OJJ1ee.)1 w .qDlIl1D8' .preserve peacQ 09; frpptifeJ 9Y. cl' I t-; ." ''.'" .w.- "''I.."t. ."- : ,
the sort. .Nothing could be wore fatal protection of ,tho State governthenthaI : wit1fhi biil1i< 1*i, tiS" Dtjr< li.J:: I D 86'VjJ., ; t--83_. --, .. "l>' n-"..l4tfe, .-.. .!|"*p5i?.j'--f.sH r tlt.l t' 'l1: q.".li'f f :. '!.

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ofrcl, 11 no .number :J3 taiesj i 1 'has ;t \ rere !o ii the 'ymthfes'Ut ; RNAWAT-'from$ tsSr iilthV :,.8; '4'G tf&_ 1'Sillf, ... .. ,, .if2.JFlt.. ..7." sf I r'- f '"'.- -v .. # ,'t\', '

t'shadow -right .n4ter. the' Black:. Creek;on$ .nesdapR .1TtIELS. it'iii4: dyv b'-)1. r ,ir4.b't i; r11 ) ,'' 'CJRS J i"J1t ,
pec4 ofDul I Slr therr. "c\ 1r't1i'ot .
gh : upty, 1i I S
t\ k Wednesday last; the!followinff'\described:?ne- ; j {I\ vhlir t.\i .\ ( 'J ,;- H !: -
the trrongs.they suffer, 16:; ) ,.Clays ': !F \ c;t ,: S
:M zior .
aeTQus : prmii. no : 1ay,' his groea : 11f1l1g11'8{ the'above"reward.bflt40 roauy firstIcItily5 tiOt.\eOl xtjfof'a'Ucgyter. of 5 ., S <: '.
and tatii 5- \ _' :1
ibe.vl blo* J (r .t\rQrsb.fpm. 1\ tJ4;; t8, one 'lfhQ wIlldeliver to mieeILOrZlodge Jii .Public.L "ncls\-toholi/ooryearsu and Ht\m '"UU*" '. ,..J EP, I ." 'W.E i1J" i.' ',i

t he l liberties of the fifteen Southern. of any,Northern ',w easzre can.ever Jtaveniy 01)ail i f i t. : o : :o1 t : iticesorliULbeIected, .a iLQzi1iidfIt -prout ftfld;,efficient.:a tIeUtt@ tc'tie" 01 Tfi' '! .

0ck.:'b1t JDsjorit In, Congress WIth the i **8y mpathrls1'.and theye are others of pu feUoV _', iaACKE1' JO ; M qstee, "tO15 re. :'S' in. is ifafyjr&fdmirThait.iihVsiiitl; : !lecUoii LA'lUS}) offi oA 1\1. "P .i 1 1or.eiihei \ I'thel
dies about. yeafs, bf age.'. :A good lookingfellow. be held tl1)flZjUstJ3t1> State,'ou YbjTsaitrfirstTT e FfJri, War ; ,
of ti he Executive I { : 4 'be .I djas .
theerflptte .
I .Dd; approval citizens, who, upon : had, $):'ol, trJaV ili ;bftqnd .'. VJOHN.Black I ,, 6,feet )highi''jstraight 1; ? nd&iv. ,, .1n"O" .tobeiixtiaccordtng t.law.. 4 .; Jfa i n.\" t th UnttettStstl t !' bpi. J

$ must bow submissively tp ,the tq eipres'and act out the same sentiments Well made vpneffont'tooth'6utv,8lowto peat.' : \% Giveriinderny1iind'undJhC :Gre: gagedt,'cjth: ;Wat'rritk: ." Greetifrttdm ,6(USJsV- !' .

n&4Ire not raise tbeir foice. either jn.. Let njen':notdeceive themselves Mr:Clay;[in; about_ '30 years of;age.'..:PRIMUS* ,raiwtee,$feet: .-. ; ;:>, aierthettt.4 )tl rhl nt tile' and toitiiyitescjptjo Obuiues.i.requiing! '';u/ ;

or collectively to right the wrongs .the:coonclls_of our country isatfeneinyvmore: ; so 7.1 -heshigbwell_ mad: J ,alimabouL3U.- ... ';. ,.'rSe,..,\..ll.;,- .Cunil,.... <,in,Ta1labtee.'h\-' b-n ., ,f,this.- _. t5th'diil't' ,, ,A ntor.Atl, t9.rDt'I.4to'r gto ... t" ptit. & -
l1. be' 1 7-. bOf.age.. ,A4LEN.'. Black, .rounl: 4ace .. '" t,. .(J!!f J..1 Y'1- .<:QtI\I-' : .igltd; ff,1ribthchat.ge-will t jt b JgS*.- ..jlj"ntherCiis "
1 U5t.forever blot them as sovereign dreaded_than Benedict. Arnold hlTeafip'of I stout builtfeet, '4 01:5 l ches hgb,1iaa alargscar >'. 'Y.5 r .; \( *TIOMASU1tOWN5, ;- : K f ; will bf proportioned, ;jo" tbif n'1 : -;
the Confederacy. This.is the tea.ei -. the British Army:' for; the former with trait;. on eorhis, legs, caused by a .barn. ; '2i. I, 5'I: f .. UoTerri1'bt- Hoijda. ;turenriil'diffitftlty pf 'the case. : ". .

rom monstrous doctrines,and strikes at scendant ibUitiesis\ ,constantly endeavoring fo years of age., _. ._ 5 : Ib':. '.the. Gov'fn, '. rA l S :: : .r'J, .1 -- ".5- S :'lj: ir also act i!in fib GEOEGSBRANNWCL. ;: : C.\V:DO\VNINa, 4tto5rn ,in Florida t,
,. ys ba .
I 'i. ; .ho.UI1' epiplojfi ].r
undermine and the of the South S '
basis of all free and confederated destroy rights Fla 7th 8t O. tf ". t lbe Garey Ferry, Sept ?. -- : fta1t'1. n eJ11S. ,whli t
e while he keeps his blinded -
to their
: in America. The Federal Union worshippers may:b 'agreed'upon' 'Lettiprsrhfcbt.jboalijfi,.
ment ;
f* -jgt of the State? composing it.and had fate: the latter by his hot haste committed to ,MINISTR.lJTO, R'S NOTICE.. ., :-.,. Attachm(3rit'lfotcel( ... : '* .be? postfpaiJj; will :receive" 'iuiniediate 1 : atteu* 1.I.
1 long after their existenoe was overt an act of treason that the eyes of all men : I shall apply' to the FKUX L\VINGSTON;,.''" ...; .., <, .tio, .F ./ 5 _. ',-. Aug.-J1..t8. ; ,ifc! ; T. Lt 11
SIX'weeks'at\er'date' 5
'r|0<6a* and Sovereign States : and by !! opened to the ecormity of {his crime and.his influence of Hijlsborough\ onn- .,I -vs. '.* J Columbia 'C"llf.Ltpi.ll1tf. .. S .' rS- -- -- S .; ..-. t'_ t I

C is free was thenceforward forever lost. ty, for letters of administration on >the Estate .\ P .' ) : *. i, ,.. Adminlstratipr's. Nptjce." : > :' I
and v91Qntari1' consenting to unite \ t ** *3 -E ( ifc--t "T I* '"" 3SIXTY
free/! of WILLIAM ANSCHIFF, late of said'-o ntydeceased. defendant'am lall others iiiterestlar! l' 1 5
There .
keftd of Government for has been enough of this pandering to JOHN DARLING. T0E daysafter date,:epplJcatioii'iFiirbt' '
one general byj1utjfteUpfthe nutottbiUit .
jforo .cc m.mCt1ce .
: tp theIfm.j James Q'Knll'Jo.Iga'
Vk (
benefit and advantage.f the interests and policy of the North apd I I Administrator; i ''.etunithkto a J6stIci.Codrtp behel4.at.An.i 1f "
ulind reciprocal ortne Probate Coqr}. :)0 .NQ1Sf ::County,_..fot
eonlii not have been compelled to enter the. devoutly hope that our people will see to it in _Tampa_ Fla.: Sept."7th i850.< : 6wj } atrtriyn':Satuolay'the! lh: lay of ; perniission to elltlie'R aIE.tAtebIpging 'tS' }

: each State was entirely free and in future th\'there, shall bo no more. The' first, June _next,md .to 11ppear o.ml plead to th e slime..I: the Estatepf; .iGhn'W,DuBose UPC f-ht of said ,
: for LIFE INSURANCE OR 5. .Oypn! underzny hand and j ealVAI th ;nsi -
i and there act was the surrender of the Missouri Compromise County? ,MARY .fLlJ.uBQ E Adrnx"! ,, ,
the others < was no S S I.
of pow- 4ayoi4ayAJ,1S4O.. S
.raent PROVISION. FOR THE WIDOW AND))R- S \? -S lNEtW.1J rnO.: -dJD'a:
line the last the surrender 11 .
compel the submission of j WitS attempted -\ ; .D. ROSS '
any Nas
oerce "r PHAN. (auCounty 51 'Angiwt ISSp. .fif ,.
f l should have chosen not to epter the by Clay's Compromise of the whole of the Justice of the Pe .ce.. \ .. :

,.tbst Had there been 3 compelling power Territory lately acquired from Mexico, with a. NEWTKTLIFE: .' .INSURANCE June S 1, 1S%. ., .5 3mNOTICE. -' SESJAWftQTTh-1N**' j- ; .-.. ., j t: f \ >? ; -. .. Ii f I

Ijjne state had been compelled to enter then large portion of the Territory of Texas, and the COMPANY iTO : TJJE'subscrilMjr still continue! ? thVnjanufnc- .'

her wishes, there would have rights of the South in the District of Columbia. OFFICE' 106 BROADWAY, COR.OF PINE STREET, L UI.\. ts OP BOUNTY LANDS. ; t h Iestixnppvcd i'oller forat
Gins dIehhid '
egalest I' singled/it Bisja '
I ?! usiaj yt nntj
L end :\t once of all free government.In .- It is time that the South should say as with one Capital now, (principallyinvested U. S.Stocks ) fflHR: undersigned proposes to obtain )War sndy tp fill till orders at the shortest :notice."

aD no such compelling power in the voice to the grasping North, we will have to the 20OOO 'DOLLARS. J,' rants for !lauds torah claimants" .who will 'They.c:1n1Jc geen atall l tipea' *tthe %'t'QUoni!
was ,
there line of 36 30, with the guarantied right of slavery AND RAPIDLY ACCUMULATING. he entitled tbei.t'to'1nd r the Act now before S" \ *v > .
J eminent of the Federal Union. Such anLis PRESENT RESERVED FUND,85,000, D LURs. shall passed nod gVtin'gn\
when sume
South of it, we concede to you nil the country Congress the have : & Aco ta. c Centreville. Ga. 'Gapt; (;
an absurdity. If then, there was no T RI1I111T EE8. become 1\ law, for the moderate.sul FIVE, J p R B..Yt tewbd, >aito t ; J .j P: :
I north of it guaranteeing to'you free Territory Franklin 'President of the New.Yprk Life DOLLARS fyr.each Warrant when obtained. : eyiux1 f
at the time of the formation of the Morris phhrlcston S. C. George L Brown./Newnans-. t:
I b power there can have been none since, perpetually thereip. This is the ultimatum Insurance Company. I The
;'eralCnion, State of all that we will do. It will ere long behoove Pliny Freeman, Actuary New York Life Insurance anopportunity procuring warrants at 'th{ 5 5 ALSO '' -l S J,
I lessty the free consent ot every of Company. least ''p03sMe expense. Extra' Brushes
| Boxes!
to look to the we take and what can be had .of. tbfj t
us steps I
confederacy, and't4iVe knQw has never I Orsamus Bushnell, Attorney and Counsellor r at Those wishing to secure the services the Subscriber at moderate rates! Persons anting:

given. The Southern States having en- i we shall do, Already the Government is con- LAw 20 NassauStreet.David undersigned call. at his office, or address Gin ,.qr Ginifepajre'J will p'lwso direct to A ;

Ijedthe Union freely and voluntarily, with : centrating troops upon the confines of Texas, A. Bokee, Bepresentative in Congress. him by letter! and prompt attention"will i he given gents.or tQ' SA51UBL L; BURNS.. ;:

each and with the undoubted intention of coercing her Alfred-Freeman, ft| D., 218 East Broadway.John to their claims. PHILIP ERASER. St.,Marys. Ga. August 3 1850. 6m"v .-.." '-
Lsl rights and privileges with eve- I M. Nixon. (Doremua &, Nixon, Dry Attorney 'I1.t law: .

f State forming the Confederacy, tjiey have a to yield her territory to the strong hand of .the I Goods) 39 Na8sau- treet. *' Jacksonville F'. July 20.1830.' (it.In ,l., ..w HIT is p1.No.;! ;

diet and indefeasible rightto withdraw from North. The day for conciliAtion and compromise Henry A. Nelson, (late Wright, Nelson 5f .Randall --: I,' I '

jje soon as heir liberties or their has passed. The North has steadily marched ) .Cedar-Street.. Circuit Court, 1 : .
compact so Henry I. Seaman Late in Congress ,
( Representative ? Eastern Circuit of Florida.1 .
us with constan strides, and step ,
Li tube subverted or that
tsbhall le likely & Muir '
now Seaman ,) 231 Broadway.John 'flnuiilop CpiiufT, .
jhioa shall cease to confer the benefits sought by step we have yielded our rights until now, C. Beach, Counsellor at Law, 14 Varick In C/idnctry. S Florida.:

the formation of there is no course fur us to pursue, but to sur- Place S ,'rII UXDERSIQNED respectfully inform' i
time of
I a the Union- At the a term of the Circuit Court held. :t the the Public that they the Lessees
Ills Federal Union, the South possessed a more render the whole tJat i? left us, or, with one Isaac Merchants C. 4 endall& ,Dealers(Hllrnden in Foreign& Co. Forwarding'Exchange AT: Court' House at AlligatoKin: and for the ;(this celebrated Spripg. and would are respectfully. of f

Ithinballanciug iuliueuce in the country.- voice to say to the North we will retreat no farr 6 Wall-Street' ) county of Columbia! i: ,on Tueilay,the i4th.dayof urge the nffiicted! to come and be healeii. ._ThQ :

Liattthat time, that influence has steadily, tber. The first sword drawn against Texas Samuel C.( Paxgon. (Allen & Paxson, Shippingand 'May.las lJgt A.D.,,(1850.f said, present court., the 1iii.'fIUs.Dcug- virtue jof the water is a.>.fixed fact-not. Weal.To 5 .

wil! the Union Merchants those. afflicted with RHEUMATISM, .SCROFULA .
de- see days of the numbered. The Commission ,) 134 Front-street '
Ilioagnslowly, and almost imperceptibly, ELIAS KNIGHT, j DVSPEPalA and the Thousand l
J. K. Herrick, (J. K. Herrick & Co., Importersand +
contest has ahrsady commenced. There is no w
IdiDeJ,We the North has increased in wealth Dealers in Stationery,) 78 John-street, v. > Bill of Divorce.. which mortals are heirs to, we ..would respect
with strides reason longer to shut our eyes to the painful %1Alt.KmmJ. ) fully suggest that they tryjijj Virtues"btjieving
ji power and influence, giant un- J. :%1. Wardwell, Hardware, 241 Pearlstreet.J. .
l that portion of the Union has avowed truth. The next bjveze that sweeps from the S. Bussing, (E. & J. Bussing & Co., Nail and having been mr.de to nppe'ir9- the s-Ttjsfac- ; from 'many: almost' .mimculcus cures ejected by. .
jil DOW II
and monstrous and unfounded West may bring to us the intelligence that we Iron Manufacturers,) 33 Cliff-street. tion of,the Court by Affidavit that the;De-I its use, th'at they al _orjH Le similarly! benefi"*" i
:rooc:! set up Spencer S. Benedict, (Benedict & Rockwell,Importers fendant; Mary Knight, resides beyond the lim- ted. S
..utm, vhirh.-..- .nrc.-_ calculated-''.- in the end to sween! are hanging upon the verge of Southern liberty of hardware_ ,.) 81 rearl-street. it? .of the State Florida. and in, tjie Stale of The seeker pleasure.will here, fin.d a.de.ligh (

;:the face of the world every Southern or Southern Jl n bih\tion. Respectfully, Cyrus Curtiss, Oils, 111 Water-street. Georgia: fur pluce to whije away Ump.Their T iltj will j

rate,as a free and sovereign commonwealth. OSCAR, HART. Daniel S. Miller, [Dater, Miller .& Co. Shippersand It is, on motion of W. M. lye, E q., Solicitor be spread with. the best.oftbeapdqud no.exertion -. |
Grocers,] 161 Front-treet. ofsrid Complainant,'ordered that! tliz said Defendant on their pttrt.will bg:wanting'to provide i
North has largely the majority in Con- MISSOURI ELECTION Grant & Goods Mary Knight dp appearAnd plead fo'r the comfort and pleasure Visitors.' .
William Bnrton, [ Barton, Dry ,] ; 1
and what that section not do congas ? The surroundingVcbuptry is lled>it_:Deer
jrts, may 125 William-street. apswer. or demur th.Q .Ccnjplainnnt's Bill of
The result in Missouri of the
of power as it }jt is, with a Northern recent William Ccx.e Dusehbury, .tWoodward" & Du- Complaint within four months, of the said'Bill and Turkeys and t the Strea ns with the ':'i nest, ; i

mident at the head of the nation The pre- election i U such as we said it wouldbe. 8enba ;J Commercial'Agents,] 45 William-st. and the matters therein contained. "' will be. ta'en of fish. Good.dogsf and fi"u ig. *"'kJerill .e a.t f
all times .
,at their service.Conveyances'
The Whigs have the State. Mr. as confessed. '_ i
Executive had but jutt stepped into his Benton's friends have proved themselvesa Having issued over 5,300 policies, this Company And -it is farther ordered that n copy of this 'from JACKSOJJyHXE. direct' .
resent position AY ben he annpunced to the i? now established on a firm basis. order.duly certified, be published in some Newspaper to the S.PRING at all timesjeady. ,
trifle stronger than we expected The insured the Stockholder and .Board"per month -v
are only ?, within the Eastern. Circuit of Florida.otice ,-, $2.0OQ'.c4
nrld that the sword of the nation should fallen
WiVh that exception we are in no degree -I all the profits are divided annually. a week consecutiyply for the period of four J' e1 andS :1J18f ..- ... iooo "
; the devoted head of Texas if the latter. astonished) at the returns Mr. Certificates of diyidend are issued annually months. S S IIpr9es.'ppr mont:1 .Q9..

!sired to assert her right to her own Territory I to the or placed at their credit 'on he littFI1NqTON 4'1mN: .
; Benton has done the same thing in Mis* STATK or Ffx>Rip.t. } 5S' .' r .; ..
the that this Books of the Company, and such dividend is an Columbia Cou'nfv.y March 30, 1800.
Kiting up pica territory was ceiil souri, for the \Vhigs which Air. Van .
: Hi- addition to the sum insured, bearing interest 1 S. ScAunonoiraii,. }'|erc of the Circuit Courtin :*
I Mexico in tile of
by treaty Guadalope Buren hem in New F f Sale
accomplished for I at si x per cent.p r annum payable cash. and for said County,do here certify that the <) .

i.11go.tnd that Texas never had undisputed York. He has surrendered that strong i iDemorratic On'insurances for the whole term of Life,premiums ubo contains. R tl&'copy of the order duly rulE" following tracts of valuable. land,towit

?right to it. This flimsy plea he veIl knew .Stat to the Whig party against : when amounting to fifty dollars may, at '' made'and entered or!record'on the above stated 1. The Lj>w Tract,1' situated at'the/head, Q. .
the of 'the insured be in 'I' Indian River Fjve Hundred
paid wholly
< option confajning acres I
Cjll1d not be sustained ; for it was upon the : whoso principles and politics he case. )
cash of the amount remain more "Pablo Tract "
or forty percent S Witness hand and the Seal prles3-raljLO-. situatedori
disputed claim of the United States and Mexico has nil his Jife. waged relentless war.- on credit in their own notes, paying. interest at [SE.\L.j .of said Court my this 30th 4ayof Pablo Creel near the mouth of the St."Joh '

to the territory claimed by Texas, that the late No doubt he feels the same degree of six per cent.Insurance. S May, 1850, i. River suppcjsecf to contain over Two Hundred

'between the two nations -originated; and complacency contemplation of the. on the Life is the.only expedient to 5. 'SCARBOROUGH, CLEBK. acres-including 'some. fine tammockr-and Asmalj
I perpetuate the income of the Natural Protector June 8: 4m' :'" Tctot \YcodIand"in the vicinity! pf Ih,? .
liidi was terminated by the treaty aforesaid. success. ot his treachery that wreaths of. 1850.. 5
after deat To him and those. be loves it TownpJacksonville contajnjng "Thirty acre
the title of Texas to her : with perpetual smiles the .brow pf the. .5.- ; ? .' .,?_
territory Je"erVas fers u substantial. solace eyen for the grave. "A .4.'c: { 'D. moreprleas.-Termslpw- *
undisputed by Mexico. She -could not claim retired statesmau of Kinderhook.I Put prudent man foreseet the evil and hideth him- FQr'f.1the.r"""" .particufirsTapyly to -

single foot of her soil nor even the Island of the inquisitive biographer of these sel f. -- 1 .CUAttLES P.CQQR.--' .
Persons learn all the and my absence from. this State'J have ";'g'i.awl "
IdT can advantages DURlNQ ; Atty. o the '
Giherton all erratic paii ciana when tracing at sotnefujure -
the head and foot of her power rates of Insurance from any of the Agents of 5 steJ. my business. to tlp careof' Mr. t .:otJ4i-'Ae1J,de ,
. ?.fVealtb 'hePesi4entmoy time th'ehistory oftheir political. CIAIj-P.' COOPER, -Attorney at r.\wi.. v"5
undisputed. the Ccmpany .personally, or by pamphlet to.e Jacksonville Juy.) {? ;3m ;:
U JeJl hare claimed all the country between lives, will have to inquire for what .use had; ',of them.-. 5 Jacksonville Florida,for.pro ,ecu tip.n' to -a : : :
did their J.. McROBERT BAKER close. Jn thus transferriug my business to.Mr. :
theN they betray NOTICE
?eJ s and Rio Grande, nay more, he might purpose I COOPER, I take pleasure in giving assurance7 of I. S

lieU have claimed all .of Texas as ceded tote to whom they owed all the transitory Agent., I his high mor H. I Holland Medical Examrner I ONE
United States by the treaty of Guadalupe consequence .to which They .at any time ) cheerfully'bespeak for .him tjtat consideration judge!of the Brobate Coni 'of .

mdalgo, as to have claimed the portion of TexeIkdNew laid claim Whit crown of martyrdom COUNTY rora'my friends and claimants to which' both Columbia county, for leaVe to selV'jthe"Real Estate -'
rewarde4 their self-immolation 1 1 What Ity these so cminentl (entitle Rim} ; ,.belonging to the Ii or'.l-eiri.. George N. '
Mexico as belonging exclusively EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLQID4.T JAMES A. PEDEN.. Barnes,'deo. of which all persona. interested.
title government- of the Federal Union. But national benefits-did their betrayal of ii'. 1"99 V//XAHV_ ....n. .. August 1850.Sherifl's !t are Ksired. to\take notice. S ', ). .i
that generous Democracy h Jed : :
a.o. j
that wanted. This ter- '
ipretext all
was was Thomas 0. Holmes ) -
1or1 the rightful property of Texas was them from boyhood up the rough ascent va > :Bill. for F reclosiire. Sale, ntp.ir-Cq., Fla. S 5 Guardian:

ott to become slave territory Mr. Clay in of fame, conferl What personal rewards Blanchard .& ] ider.I ) I shall expose to sale in front of the Court Alligator, AutLOiQ., _. -5t J i

have rec'impensedlheirdefectionl .having been made to appear !>y affidavit to lIon&e door of Benton Countyon the first S '. : 1

euoriDg, to pass his celebrated 'Compro Have they redeemed one foot of ground I IT the Judge of said Court, ..t.hat.mol'y .Rider, Monday in September next :with'm legal hours I' }- OTIQ. :, ; -i-- *f

:se had laboured with the energy and from slavery 1 Have they emancipated one of the defendants in the above entitled case of sale, the following"property.ta wit:-- The'_ THE jieips", and All persons jiqt crested In.tl

l1ect which surprized and dazzled a world, thraldim.They resides out pt said Circuit to wit: ip the State West half of the Easfhal'f! .of section four, Township -; nt&.' James James, late.o'f the,county
one negro from of New York. twenty sis,''Range twenty one levied .
HeepU out of the hands of Texas. but he had : upon .of Hjllsborpugh\ declare hereby notified
have achieved no such trophies. ;It is therefore ordered, that said defendant asproertytWm.SJackson t.o atlstY, &FL:: thAtV.Qnrth'e;; first Monday inSeptembe.n zt, >I
cgu&lly failed ; and when that fact became setH I They have not gained so much as a Emory Rider do appear and answer the said.bill Pa.i issued from the .Circuit; Court. of ;B nton : sball.applyjtp lnq.IQl ;udge'bf Probate,

we find the President t ready to grasp by handfull pf .goat's wool/1 They have, of complaint within four months*, otherwise the County. in. fa'vqr.'of John" Plattl_ ,. ;: of;.the county.oJjlilIbQrqqgIitgbave ml.i9't- ,

ihe land of power what could not be, or whatnot not even dissolved the Demociatic party said Complainants- bill shall betaken pro con- .. : NMiIO.lDY.( : erf. ; tb'ei'eaCandjpersopal property: of H '''*-{;*.*-'!. ;
Seriff Benton '
fesso. CHy. ,ceased allotted toeiucoidingtotI statutwin'sucji
t(5 ,granted to the North by the South.ttemessage :- i in their States. .'he Great National that this be 1850. ''- "
own It is further ordered, .order published JulyS, jtdsCircujt .,'case.made'andpfbtided.> yvf '.

of the President threatening the Democracy stfil] occupies; the in a Newspaper, printed at Jacksonville Qpiirt ? Southern'Circuit'pf _r'::;. *" .rmRGAREr'" CfJAMES. ,' ,

interposition of the Federal arm to Aeprive same ground which it maintained' of Duval County, once a week for four monthi.t 5-. 5 ,-' '-: :... --: A WJ-i

Texas of her territory, thus trampling upon old. It still. breathes. the same anti- I ". THOMAS DOUGLASS Judge.&0. &. <- Florida* Hiiisbafough' .QO.. ;Tamp! ugnOJ85O- ., ;. .: .

er desrt rights ala free and sovereign State, sectional sentiments all. formerly. .It 'J'uly2Oth.! 1850 4m S8ELIRD V'BORDER 1IcGmu> !) .'' 5 4> 't'. ",.S "5 <,." if j '? -"f. .* a.'t', 5 : '7 --: {,

18 W perfectly consonant to the doctrines still rallies around. the Pnion-it' BjilJ I.'A,. > :').JJI b "11'T'for: n> Cbnncery.. ,-.I,, : .-j'., .;.: .-, :..Nplace..: .. '., r,..

!we avowed by Mr./TJay, that it is not difficult maintains its fidelity to ,he Constitution J. ROBERT BAKER. ir .M .Guya. ;. ;. Diyoce, 0' ,\''I4I-, 4'onshaTinaiiy .Clt& AIa' ( .. :

.to trice itself bulwark A'f }IAMBtS.-. : ..nl>lOf whajever( 'krndaInsetate L l
both to the same common author. :it still erects against A fylK:: ". v .1 e
,. |;T appearing:to ',he satisfaciipri ettS&out-: JatjjsJaes 1ece3sedare. hereby requwed to t
.Bat ithw been said, and dpubtless will beD faction. What have these gentlementhen AND S I zSby affidavit'tkf the cdtnplajnant.filed in said .present tliemto. the*under .s'gneddmfn1stra. f ft

igLi ,that Mr. Clay in offering his famous reajly) gained or accomplished POUNSLVOK'AT4iA.WJACKSONVXLEELA '' Court that the--Above mentioned.defendant reBidesout -"- x'9 t Estatewithin thelim weserfbedtyin !

"Compromise'' beca me the great" -1 er," Excepting, that they have strengthened of the. ;Stateof-FlqridaHo: \ 'wiffa'the, taw r:; 'default_ 'therebf..they'.v ?,ml..,,be'* 'foreverrewveryf '*4 : f
Whig and temporarily weakened v ; tateofGeo.o'gi It is..ordered thataesringon dtbamd.from J'" -5 ;
&lid being a loutherner was offering to the 'the the Democratic party the sur' WILL practice in the'Court1 of;the Eastern ',the facts..charged;:in'said Bili'be\b>d.8t'the ,A11. per9is. ''indbtel. ." .-.., to tbp stat'aie.reqtunaersign "'t tt..t. ,-' ir
by '
I wautry a measure which. would T4O.t1fld.to the party : Circuit,in Hamilton county pft e-.middle CjrciiiCin .. Fall term.in yei\fe4gbteen hundred arid;fif t9. pa en' ;'.1 : 5

. lonor.of the South yetaire exauined his render .ofthejrrespective' .'States the Be ton and vHillsboro; .l countiespf: ::he, ,ty of Sid Court',prpivifea thatStt copy:of thisorder ..4,5)..''" .f".%"..'MA.G,:' ; t15JAmS., .5. '
,. CO promise Wh'g party, they, have accomplished Southern circuit,in.theSapremecouritat. Tallahasseeand .be published jrornepnbft&Kevsperoftbt ; .i; -'- 'SAlOJZO (....diDiiJSh., .- t S .
. 0 f ; let us turn Jto the history ofa part nothing. They produced no other.decided in the; 'UnlCed' tates District,court; s State fqrthe.pace jof._three;}months at < ;: !. ,:., '-.;': \.:;. ,1 '_

tiilifeand examine thedictiis. hU'ym.; result their secession unless of Fl by jrl
e"v BlBrs I
> taie had JJp mid.the ''A"
: taken at nnearly day. >we United States before Oongress Depart-1 CouL.-4. :f. .
7Dot and, sir, that he advocated, iiiihi*.early in-, i indeed, ; the aggravation of 'sectional. meqts Washipgtpn.<-, ,..-" 'i*:J # i v- "i"W rTNESsjniymjne at Jfcamoers,,this fifth day l it-'ers: 4b ifdfo' lfotJ". S h" ,: .

. tro.ductlou of' Public 'the .discontent. ascribed th .m:'. In" ad. Seine located at JacksionTelle/or-, he trill'. ; Kof: :June jn the.y.e r,of.oafjLojd"one thou5 -. 1V.. u"h? ?J"e4vivr t1J .rftji-5T t i : "ui rvr hrd'

'n upon- 'the. tae. life ". ding:-'to that,they have" ; tioa| keipameo_;_ :.P/ eni.iJ'.reg ...',. .
fl3uJ. emancipation pf Jllain Kentucky ? Abolitionists.J : Their.'po\ver'Jor': ofessioX'and t'all usinesstentrustedj to '.!alscare -' '* %'?y $*;..1 "P JlP. ,D" -jB.i;;L ANCASTER. :.,{;. .- the J eni.,g 1J.. n": a'" g"\'rri-- agant.. '

Attempt itb.waa. scouted by almost everaaber / shall, meet.yitbprompt attenti6n';>,t'?'\: ." tqdge. :.ot1-Ctrcuit.,. C9urtfr'. _.'.' ) ;S" !4teSo the" fti" b.i1 .I' 1&
. of thebody ia.whichit introduced? ,mischief, even:in :favor off t&t, object, .: .. ,OB .1AK.'ML. ,: .\7"'... ''. .J."i trddtcCireuiIpfP1L. i.biWiMt f d_ li.P1 th i1 r ; .- 4
was 't
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D are'happily .now feeble, and: worthless.t .hUUJt24C18O..5, : .R..r.ft.- 'r"".- oo: ,,,'iJnti. 29tlO. .-"'fJi'it, '.- 'r. 3m. .. _._ :Ib' 'tl fIr.""er'E\_ .. .1)- .
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'en t find also that. occasionregerited'h \ io-mo" :.
: Lupon:.every : ; ,> m" Y .
That sectional. excitement. which was ,r & 5; 'b.' $F;, 'trt'''' 'f1:'.d1.t 1i ;t.'i- '' .. \...t.'fer' .. .
J tb&L .again and again'brought up *- < 4 -! < ,--.. 'V' J.< N.otce !1"'f' : '4 : : .. :. ,' ;' : TO.t' 'I\i'e' '<. .1.f .,. : 'f .<,.1"' ". .foti.-A Jr. ,.'U.., ...n" '...' .,',
1$ measure ...endeavoringat':'times' onccsotbrktteflbg, will, ; there' prear: -1o\t." .. >.-.: .". J.; o.'. ';. ,- k. '- .; '' i t i ft aat l' J1't ;' ; \'.... J""u e- un6."r.' _. -O.-.'t, ot"lJo.' ,1-t'r.:" ..!1r ''I .
son' tb'h!>pe,: c .'f' .t.L "'
;. HQ opportunity' Offered.to thrust v.it upo ,away-'f.""" ..t'" ';.Gl. .,. I.r.' ...',. :... ".'v... _U twei" thui1ersIgned tKUdiy; 4,. .'.'.RtittJiidg "..-. > .,:B.'H" .I":;:: ,OIl"u ,. .. '". ',, .ri" '',< 11 ._,'"-'_:,)0 1f' 'id' ..",,,_tojo. ..'..." .'.<>.'"1Jij'". :..".;}" ',,-
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British, .. ,Quarterly, ,; Reviews" ,' f Cflotel .f t'it-errYi t "C api l'rSIrf' : ,cot1tmost ).S 11he<<:tntm j'e.;. jcj. iJli.O .1 ) Il : .
_ tao to the 1 late; revolutionS"aiel' counterrevolutions WOOD respectfully souci ;Vcc>uiuuati: et. ll.J.f n.,, ; .'
among the.nations of Europe which' extended:'patronage''whichv'hasxhitherto; I _*_ 1LI;: t.1Jt .
mast:! h1olili 1) lib !U lUt4tkuttractave'juzbhc !; ttJ I,IA''iei9h'd '
hive.fOUOWOi.e'Ch other in such quici, success been bestowed uponjhis i wcil knowh"1stabUshmcut. !i Squ&rei'O&the;c1ty.Xu:the iImportant:1 CWllweYfiHIS -ih' t W 1 tcrc .1i" t-4'; '

I S lion and of which '-the end is not V#,n the leading I" In orderlhe better' tqjnevU ihhey' : reqnisit'es jti Jight/aJ1 ff I ti% IMtl:4 [ ) 1 c J- 5, ( <, \1,!J '
Britiiin have ,!become have enlarged and thoroughly "repaired, the 'intiereceflt,e lnoclil-,1 <
T 1J
poriodicalsofQre.it at
t wo p'znciatobjdts aJmI: : WquallM< .It' .
hitherto I building, awl adopted. improvements to I m k1 L k"'' .
7I1 invested with a decree interest unknown. many largement *n4 thbronghUmprovement./onhis. 'i' 'nit 'JOJfl\\J1U1:11iif r'e
the.health and of-their '. ) : ..1: ,
They occupy middle ground between I promote comfort guests. House, itjs nocxceededekhaIS b/.aoy$ '. :I T'T : -,
7 ; '
_ the and neces&irily imperfect The old friends of. the house will certainly l lI -d
hasty,disjointed tlifJ11sb nent:in:AmerIca. .To.strangerslhereffore : : iiji'li.:. ii ;
records of the newspapers,and the elaborate deem it an advantage that. tl o'\be' will be under -., its posiUonVis.p I the of experienced : 'GJlEf- DJA.L k '
and ponderous' treatises to be furnished superintendence' an. Subscriber'Jiirns ;thanksxtohi3 friends and 1 : ZDIC.h.
by the historian at a future day Whoever ; Hostess, by whose, Rid ,they .flatter themselves the public'""for liberal'patronage:J : they have 1'1 (t .I ,8 is1! .'ii l).,
read these periodicals obtains a correct and 1 they shall: not rivalled. by any Hotel i in the .'. i .' j :1-- -i-; _' V- t tA* heJt\\ S,. _, J I. 1 intl:sitedyCnveorincipien .
xeneomj. "
connected account of all the important political South, being now'enabled by the constant steam endeavor,merit 1\ continuance of their:fa vow.: ".. .f.I. .:" ;forthe,'gtqC "I I I H JCJ'

evunts of the old worldj as they occur, and : communication: 'with Savannah' and Charlestonto .. .' ."-1.A'F, v'Gt.AsS'Y... N'i T t 14 )::'bM'OVND'! 'inatter, .; : 111 tJier tL" n. fJ iJJ..P*
1 learns the various conclusions drawn from them have the advantage of the fine .nitrkets'ofthose : 3m'*' 'IJ" : f.caiseSproductd b,
_ June 29,.1850.. KlEpIClNlS wa?prcpaVeda regular "U i'i
_; the leading spirits of the The American Cities. In addition they bring to the business nccIdenVbi
age. ; t
by U. U. .flEiD.1CQ ,'i pj 'Phicihndj'tharesnitof fit xi 1 ,
therefore deem it to call an experience of many years, which will gcau be 'oi tiL \
Publishers proper sive
several inva
le bilious cli.Thosewbohaa
CO. having. as- practice .yfarst ; \
*.1 renewel attention to the works they republish I enable them to judge better the,means of attending MESSRS. R. R. REID & ( vigoratiLg the
I Wharfand tne,buildings attached,. raa e / usitthemevs,;?r all 1.t. t:
and the low prices at which they are offered I to the wants of those who visit the mild st
very seen its : "no
'oher ,
: eed
Ailufary'Affectsnpon t
connection--with :their. ,
_ to subscribers. The following is their climate of Florida, for the purposes of healthor are now prepared- :in farther evidence ofits'great:,valnev The.health' at once b't mj rchust UI.hi)
DRY GOOD, GOCE1ZYilARD'tAND : ;itin'nfiucnce.. fl&fcnervelewnegs
_ list, viz: pleasure. thousands has: been restored (
ESTABLISHMENT qperfecily tby ttt.tua.
; '
THE which the climate : of the ,
iNCRE.vfcmo reputation fusie &fc9mt
medicine'when other remedies hnv.efailed. '
of Florida possesses:in the estimation of to do a GENERAL'. _. COMMISSION. ; ttiiie'ol!>miMfe*: SJ
tUE EDINBURGH REVIEW, Its'operation ',*s not'feiraply'.suspind'tliediseasefora .', tln,1UU ".
the medical faculty for the cureof, consumption BUSINESS. flUD tXJ'tcti.ct 'ot .1iI. .,
: NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, and 'other pulmonary, diseases, has induced a Their charges are established, by the SaTaui time.' ,,but .to 'purify the sys.tein delicate'.a natnr' '?:-t'lht! t
and it sound and health.A tthrft1
TILE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, vast increase of travel to this State, during the nah,rates. <. , restore, to ,' perfect v crtocd1b ;'1re, bIi s t 'tL"
AND fill and winter months, of those who seek the They are the Agents of ,the U. 5- Mail, sroalL on' causesj treatment huiidredso. t cz'Ub'lnie L. Lrtfufia).' ,
and ure'.or fever and andotl erdisenseg of
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. relief afforded by u milder atmosphere,-rand in Steamers at thls"place"and are now enabledto ". ague. bad >\TO' ?w :' wr:'*iif UfSSSk,

The above Periolicals are reprinted in New view of this fact, subscribers have; determined offer'every' facilityto the. 3IerchantPIanterandthePublic ,.. bilious'climates. ',, may... be. gratis. of t edersigried. un tree1ly:weakness ud g' tiiV !\aji fteuftcring
that their exertions to merit the generally! I : .cent t J1U \iflKlN
York immediately on their arrival by the British patronage !! I T :
steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on tine which shall be bestowed upon them shall be Goods consigned to their care will be received 4lob'uTnouS! certificates men of the ,difficulties,'ttd Wrg JLII} 'Iitt: J f'.nA1

: faithful of the without regard to toil or 'ond forwardedswith Despatch* ,1'01 ,highest respectabilitytestifying toithe great, medicine .ifiutta .
and copies miwfcl
white iper, are expense.BUFFINGTON y. JU.as. .''uu. .
;. Their Store Office(and"W r house are'situa efficacy of this medicine, 'can be seen,on"app1i.,
4 : BlckwooJ'bguine: being an exact fac'zni.l & . hearing g!tectniuaio L t7jw.| *
cation to ,
of the Edinburgh, eJiti u. Jacksonville Oct. 6, 1849 tf tedcouv.enlenttotheWharf. : .fPalatka : ;> -described, 'UluituUof Utff\'ti S'! M

4.. In these periodicals are contained the views, fj The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah St.Joan's River,E.. F., Janua'r'13. T., O. 'HO 11ESJ&'P"'t.Agents ,. Sampanntf] 'ttd .t J t 'It\ifttjt( n

moderately, though clearly and firmly expressed Georgian will please copy the above 1849. ly for ,Jacksonville .and. riciaity. gave ne. In a 6Lcrt'I'ttltd 11 rUf"filtttq.\

of the three great pirties in England-Tory uhtil forbid. .S Just Received, per Brig Egyptian, II i Jacksonville. v- ,, Feb., 1849. 6m ', plaints! and.mtcrtu'. ,:,Lir., toratejul :ll :ttltJ.:; '

Whig, and Radical"Blackwood" and the ,from New York, avchoice supply. of : : :.for.Jhe let.ttts; sWpleasure ri tthtd 1ru''
London Quarterly' are Tory; the "EdinburghReview" Notice. provisions, consisting of : DR. ,TOWNSEND'S- .COMPOUND. ; ,EXTRACT, : 'in, acfciicukdgttYifniendiug .ltln

. Whig; and "Westminster Review" weeks after date I shall apply to the Flour Bacon Pork Ham 'Butter | SAI S PAItltL 'it to the public. ?, 1.

Liberal. Tile North British Review owes its SIX lion. Judge of Probate. of Hillsborough | This Extract is- put upui; quail doUlss-it'is j )J. I). MOOKE. ctr.01 Ur Ld & li'Uh-i.'

I' establishment to the last great ecclesiastical county, for letters of Administration on the Es- Lard, Cheese,: Sugar, Coffee, six'times cheaper, pleasauter, and warruuttu superior AlbnyAug.. 1844. :" .

movement in Scotland, and is not ultra in its ate of George S. Payne, lato of said county, .. Dried Apples Peaches, &c.,. &c. to any sold., It'cures diseases without TOIOTIIEJth A1Ii'I '1U 1.1aiR th
of the of ,
views on anyone grand deed. JOHN DARLING. vomitingpurg-iizg,sickening dtbUirating the patient his'Extrsci, t.ol aflflI4i1Iult;

., turn knowledge; it was originally edited by Tampa, Fla., marl6, ':10. Also, ,and ia particularly adapted Ion a Iy.prepartd in refert tit to ftn.fc l Ji
Chalmers, and now, since his death.; is con- Hay, Lamp Oil, Paint Oil, White FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The \o fl'DluJewho has reajon toifi j
by his son-in-law, Dr. Ilanna. associated {a\v Notice. and '" Ut'tltlf:
great beauty superiority this Sar preaching thltt.Cfiti pried "s1.t ru
I Lead Glass &c. 1ti
with Sir David Brewst Its literary character call
JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1819. I saparilla-over all other remedies is. it eradicates should ueglmto take i it : it i&,.
is of the very highest order. The "Westg l left the State for California. 1 of which is offered for sale at the 'lowest disease, invigorates the vcntive ftruny-o1 the .i.tnYutV ,ri flt

minster," though repainted under that title only, HAVING transferred' uiy busine to Col. cash'prices, by body, consumption cured, iseftfccs to which ten isles 1 .tl'd l.t
wc. t J
, is published in England under the title of the Samuel Spencer. who will. In conjunction with JOSEPH. FINEGAN' cleanse and'strengthen, .time ollife. xlhiV I'uu. t. ill 1
**Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it be- )Ir. B;iker, prosecute all unfinished business tot May 18.1850.. tfPANAMA consumption can be cured, sevfml y'nrsbY'ueh igthit.'ntdfcf for bdiJ'Irw I't.hti.
Reviews formerly
. in fact a union ofthe two .
ing close. bronochitis consumption liver complaint I less valuable hUt
:. published and reprinted under seperate ti- The Militia claims in my charge will be attended AND RICE STRAW HATSj;; colds, coughs, catarrh,, asthma;spitting 'u"or it,in calculated nl0 cjewcmnbiccd rj1fliIii I

, tles. It his, therefore, the advantage by this to by myself, in connection with Col. of blood,soreness in the chest, quicktmcg tie. .,.LcdMysttvi. aidIwIyAiYS: ,

combination, uniting in one is ocJ.work the best fea- Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Washington Ladies' Bonnets ; Bonnet Trimmings ; hectic flush, night sweats, difficult Indeed,this n edicite i$ fi" It1U 'fi 4k

1 ures of both as heretofore ,and every effort made by us jointly to ,Stationary of evcry description ; or profuse expec- all the diseases to KliuL vch;CB trr i r !
Four copies of any, or all the above works I haveno A of Boots and Shoes. flt
prosecute them to a successful result. $ general assortment toration and pain It; briicts the irhclt
tiL sjstn ; C
w il be sent to one athIressonpyinentofthe rcgit authority to collect the money due on these Hj .Just received, and for sale. at reduced intheside&c, ently the' naturalinlnnities e&ergit -l.l, f.IiItiiit( .

subscription for three-the fourth' copying claims, as I have always preferred to have what- prices at the store of have and : of thC LcdJ'-ret f If;
. k gratis. be in the WJL P. DEWEES.- 'C .r !3r
, ever money may: appropriated placed can be.cnred.. the system us loprtdtcea i!tlh'fi1.t.jt
TERMS. hands of a local paymaster; such as the parties: April tf tion, which iR the Cli sf tf nest ia.tcIicjUI
For any one of the four Reviews, $3,00 per a'm interested select after the act of their lli
may Probably there never was a remedy that ha s ,for female venlcm ard dittn
For any two, do 5.00 lief. GREGORY YALE. Lt lul. for Sac '
been so successful in desperate cases ofconsutnp. DISEASE 0} ILL LZJIT j .
three do. 7,00
For any August 28, IS49. tf FOR SALE Dtotween! nine a ad ten thou tion as this it cleanses and the TVXVJAlt .
For all four of the Reviews, 8:00" ___ _____ _. ,T __.1 -II..__i-.l !_ XT_____ : strengthens J.JcI.9'.
For Blackwoo 1's igaziae, 3JOO n -.basanu acres 01 auu, aituuicu in nuasuu system and appears to heal the ulcers on the 1..ltBI', hh'; 2.' ..,
Sell BooK.s.
9 For Black wood and three Reviews 9,00 > County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. lungs, and the patients gradually regain their Da. 'CWsEcI-jec1 il; .f i 'iit. ;

; <, ForBlackwooland fiour Reviews. 10.00 towns Spelling Book, Kirkhnm's Grammar Mary's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman usual health'and strength. bfD'II.tftictcd .vrjib a d 2ura e. ti tl i"in ,, .,

Payments to be mttk in all cases in advance.CLUBBING. Blake's Rhetoric, I Clark Grammtir.Chambers Grant. The above is hea.vHy.timbered pine CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with terrible rujtun uu ftl.ii 1 :!

Abercroinbie's Phil'by, Drawing, land), conveniently situated upon water courses, is scarcely' a day passes but there area the greater fflirt ot tie tn f. JI?'l"rtj" ,I-

Remittances communications shouldbe Scholars Companion, do Chemistry, with the exception of.about five hundred acres number'of case of Consumption: reported us troubled vithtbdtnfc fIt 1"1 11 : 'r1itfhi c

- : % addressed post paid or franked, to Davios'a First Lesson, I. do Zoology, of heavy hammock land; upon the St. Mary's cured by the use Dr.Townsend's Saraapai-illa. tt.ring of tie lrj.iUVl.iiL;* luiu"jjitre&sifg '
aka blishers. do School Arithmetic do Treasury of River. ,The whole or any portion. willbe sold The following was recently received: rod Its Jututly lui: tr.-fj.

_ p LEONARD SCOTT & CO., Knowledge, cheap for cash Apply.to "r *> DR. 'TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. He itjtue .u uii '(hand

79 FULTON STREKT.NBW York, do Algebra, I do Physiology, WlLL1AMHICKMAN.' three years I have been afflicted with general severe .t-hetrhdainett (tnjnt'id. t
Eutnnce: 54 GoM) st do Elem Geometry, Burritt's Geography Jacksonville, March 17 1849.. tf debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with lut little let eft. V-lfi'-l;

Lincoln's Botany, and Atlas, stage,and did not expect to.ever. gain my beaU bud taken bur. tLree lo'tf s tf jetruct'ii'

HlfiW IBIS Smil/JSAJBI A"n Mitchell Geography & I Hedges Logic, New Books !' New Books at all. After going through"',a course of medicine medicine she wz.'fDtheh rilitTe.oltttcintof

Atlas, Little.Speaker. Received and:for sale by the. subscri under the care of some of the most distinguished the heart, and the rujttje fca*. 1 tfl
: .
ALLEY BILLIARD Parker's First Lessons, Willird's! States, JUST regular physicians and members of the tirey disarpt'Htfd, ._" a'J'

BOWLING do School Philos- Chamber's Geology, THJ3 ,CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK Board Healthin. New York and elsewhere She has also hud tl.e dio)yy, ard,v" w j

SALOON, &c. ophy, Parker's Rhet Reader, A Tale of the Pacific,.by J. Fennimore Cooper. and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen.e lad 1oiihz4h1l(4i.i ;

_ 1 and a variety of French School Books, Price 50 cents. to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited, 8* .le lad tueb a. ...,Ji"t!..
For gale by THE RAIl 'OF GOMEZ.:25 cents. in some. paper' of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it ba.',tsstrttf: e'ssit&jujj j

__ 1 1 pilE SUBSCRIBER has just opened, on BAY A. M.. REED. THE, ,FATAL ERROR, ,to 'try it. After using'six bottles I found ptllrff'lfTd! her cf.the drcjfy7' lrmk r

JL STREET, North side, one door from the Jasksonville, Feb:2, 1850. tf By the Countess ,of Dl ssinJton.-25 cents., doneo straigr' II toIt; a'C
-,.ft"" Af r.TBCRTY street. a RESTAURANT. office *with advice I almost like fic icJJ. Lut it j? crirrtl elefi.nMreality.
"n&1 -- ------- --- m.y THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, your ; your kept'n, and do ,
BOWLING ALLEY, and BILLIARD SALOON.: NOTICE. A Tale of the Mexican Va;,-25 cents.] mosthea thankyou foryour advice.. I per. sour SJJf8foIanlJp18.tf1$}ijl 17f

The establisnment has been fitted up entirelynew THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN. severe, ,in taking the. Sarsaparilla,and have been liable' medicine- and fbcpld tr end, 1 IJ:1''
and is open for the reception of toolJ, TTl V t E hive appointed T. 0.HOLMES our General A T.onzanceofthe, last Revolution in Pent,-25 cts. able to attend to.my usual labors for'the'Inst one thit is suffering ta ne btvelric. -:'.. 3e

the usual hours. ent.untl: Attornpy, to settle any CHARLES DEWAAL. four months'and, I hope,by blessings of God disbelieve this account, du} y are tt ji...

The Bar :ind all business I in the name ofl'\1mer& Ferris. Jacksonville.. Sep. 1,1849., tf and your Sarsaparilla to continue my henJtbIt .*-. call ut my houseitrdhaveoccltrdeB-chtii,.
with the choicest To collect and: receive all dobt fIne the firm .
teen supplied liquors- : of Yours
helped respectfully
HAS: me beyond 'expfet:1\io s of all that :
and beverages to suit every p .latc will : PaliTier; & Ferris, by Uohd-Mortgage: -Note Jacksonville Female, Institute knew my case. CHARLES$ QUIMBY., WILLlAAr.TOW ; 1" ?g'_' 1)j
bo prepared with despatch.: The delicacies; of ototherwise, n IliD.: : Ferris< l'C''l (I. Orange, Essex Co.N., Aup. 2 1847. .
'Committee of .
DirecMon n have adopted
the season will be at all times supplied :--<"ys Ail persons having c-ininds! ng: in5t Palmer THE following regulation. State of New.Jersey, Es\ez Coirnty,ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY. I
Partridges Venison Steaks: &c., served at k Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased will N. ,B. Purchase
ters, preseitt. Th scholastic year is to consist of four termsof Quimby bp.iDgduly sworn according law, on none butsc f1 ldiTi
all hours and on the shortest notice. the same to T0._ Holmes for payment, find eleven weeks each. his oath sail, that the forC'ltoing'statement is ers that hide the bottle corojletely idirj
The Biliard Table nil persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da the 1Jritt '" "" ""* '
; and arithmetic trueaccordingto the best of his knowledge and signature ofSF.j I
been imported expressly for the House rius Ferris are requested to call on T. Holmes
HAS I term $4,00. The above with belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. Principal Jffice. 126.Fl11ton-.. 1 JiJ.iu ,
is of the most mtiful for settlement and make per '
\ construe
payment. N. Y.
: Sworn and subscribed before Redding & 8
and term The roe at Orange ; co. Mate-fit. Bostrnfljs
Geography ,
tion, with air an-1 India rubber snong. SARAH P. FERRIS, grammar per the 2d 1847. CYRUS & sons! 132 Kortb .
: above with the higher branches of an EnglisheducationembracingAlgebraGeometryjHistory August, BALDWIN, Second-st. riiisdeJttl] ;
The BotvIiugPiu* und ESall. Arlm'x.of D.FERRIS
i Justice of the Peace J JTil S. Hance, druggist, Ealtittorej .Vvro1!;fcfl
also from he workman and ,
just every DAVID PALMER. '
ARE natural mental find mural Philosphy Richmond, M. CoJ.en. h 1C1tZi1JI!
the entertainment and JacksonvillfJ'an. Botany, '
fy 1st 1850. tf E
'O CHILDREN SAVED. co. 101 ( bnrfres-st. Iew OrJt'.J.I1thPearl..st.'AJbuDY
of his been Chemistry,GeologyAstron, Rhetoric,Logic'
comfort provided.
guests Very few families indeed in R. Tan E1 tJdrl t :t.h, I.
'fact ;
I: cordially invite the public to call otf" :and Evidences, Christianity! per term. 56:00' we ;
: # MAGNIFICEN LDL'I'EiOne Rich quarter to be paid to Treasurer in ad not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's Market and Bremd'-tts.tower: ..lJ ; J'
this establishment assuring them that I shall
effort to theii vance. Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past principal Druggists and lirfl1 -fi rn 3 i I t
., pare no tp contribute GEOIWE: SKIFF grand dnpitul of The scholars will beunderthecafefulinfctruc- summer.. while. those that did not sickened and throughout the United H"tfffJt4

Jacksonville February 161849. $1OOOOOnlsc$3OOOO$3OOoO.OQitnti tion'of an experienced female teacher. died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive the Canadas.A.' \..p.IJ 1'.);f t" .
250 prizes $2.000.. !! Provision has been made instruction in evidence of its value, and is only m th- .Jr.cbrilEI.] .
*S VIRGINIA STATE instnpce of its saving the Uvcs of TehrurryQ6.14g. "' :
LOTTERY La.in..FrenchPainting and Drawing, and Mu- children: :.ly:
CHEAP STORE. For the benefit Monongalia Academy, S*, for which additional'charges will be made. DR. TOWNSEND-Dear' Sir I had two 'chil b' v : '. IvLcEIThflAt : .

Class D, for 1850. The first term commence! on the'8th ofOcf.o-' dren cured by your Sarsaparilla the summer she u.Jack..aYlllr..t.'i.l.tt. .A

Jeihiib' Brick Building* To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on. SaturJay I qer,aext. .'. _. complaint anti dysentery ; one was> only 15 F'Y 1

BAY STREET.SUBSCRIBER April 27, 1850, under the superintendence Applications for admission are to'be made to months old and the otber 3 years. ,Th"ey'werl' THE SCBFCBIBERw josf? t.n"W

-00TIlE Commissioners., he. Committee. of'Direction.COMMITTTS. very much reduced,and expected they would the following nrticlef,,!Mcl!'
would respectfully in- .. W. !ITIAUliV & Co., jTInnnrr) OF. DIRECTION. die; they were :given up by two respectable fets, at.prices'th.C81I.ot,tail tostift .
>rl11 the citizens Jacksonville and surrounding 78 number lotterY-13 drawn ballots. J.'M.'DANIEL..PrH. .' physicians. When the doctor in formed! us.that sers: -S ... ) I

country that he has opened the above SPLENDID SCHEME. we must lose ,them, we, resolved, ,to f .
D.HOLLAND. try Pri teh4ns1ina. fro ,
with your
view sell at ', "jf !! t'f'Co
establishment a to goods reasonable "
rates, believing that a "nimble penny is 1 magnificent capital of. $100,000 *#;% ". A. REED., .: I Sarsaparilla! vo.had.h'. ;;;" ? ?racli of, Jutfcaduttio Polka do at .. J :_\ :

better than slow shilling." lIe his received 1 splendid prize of .. 0,000 T REASUR'EK. ""-*- "' confidence, there being so much stuff ad- White; Plain and PigM do., from. :W4 105Ginghiun'ts. J OoTb

and U constantly receiving, the most fashionable 1 do i s 130. ;0 I .RKevyl-SWARf,: T .: vcrtised that is worthless,: but we, are very :.. .".,' ulJ ,

.' md latest style of Fancy and Staple Dry 1 do .- o Oj O Jacksonville, July 1, '49. thankful that we did, for It'undoubtedlYlmved Calicos of the Ln Stjle, ,". .'0 !1 n.

Goods to witEnglish :.- 1 do. 15,000 the lives of both. ;I write this that'others may .Linen fbamherays,. '- u: ,28,! 3

and American Prints; Ginghams ; ll JI '. '- 11:556': i .' ., URMC NOTftfR. be induced to use it.. .<, .Y ours,'respectfully, Figured Lfice ". ".1Hi'. ?*

Chambrays; White and Colored.Muslins ; _? *" -I 3ooo THE BOOKS of subscription to the capital SJOHN WHjSQN.Jr. 'L, C. Hfli1kercbjCfsr'I t 1.

Srjbroidered Muslius; Linen Lawns; *w do (lowest 3-number prizes) 2000.1; of the Atlanticand Gulf Rail Road Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn:SepClS: ,1847.:. .Li.n n.Dt'i111I.. ;3lO'!).J

Bilk Tissue ani B ireze; L.Handkerchiefs C., prizes of J50U : Company,will be opened the City'of St. Augustine LUNATIC'ASYLUM. Vesting, S' c& ,lit :tf. -

'Si1& and Cotton Handkerchiefs; 64 do. :300 I at ,the pfiice'of Wra. A..Forward1, Esq., c James C min /tES'1. one'otthe Assistants Silkf'nd LWe Threcd.GIcvw. ::12Hf.

Cotton Gloves; Lisle Spun Silk.and Silk d 65 do. f r -200 at nine o'clokAM; ,o n Tuesday the 25th day'of .in.the Lunatic Ayslum Black flrll'slslnnd.'is the A.fine.Rfsortroent Edgipps fl AJatevery ..'

White and Colored Hose l : 65 do ', 16Q September next, and;wjU be Continued open. gentleman. spoken" of in'the following letter, .: price, with n'aiiy other( j 1ri '
Half.flose 4,8ID'o. ,- /80' .until' the whole stock is taken. r : 'RHEUMATISM. i Dry Goods lately.received! /t ri1f..r- .
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Brown Shirtings and She etings: 7'iO do :-. ? .. ,40, .' In 'behalf of the Commissioners., This Is only one r'more than four thousand cite. ::, 'WM.:P.:J1E\\ \t ;

Bleached U Tickets $40-Halves $20,-Quarters $10- '; D. YULEE. cas s: rheumatism thnt,Dr.'Townsend's'Sarsnparilla Way J8,1850THE .tt'.j'1/. -
y Eighths $5. ,August 25,1849. ;has. .cured, -The :most ; 7 -
Irish Linens; Silk Cravats; Colored do.;4] tf : < severeand,; "
,Table Damasks; Scotch Diaper;r ,. Price of certificates of packages, in the above -q chronic cases. are..;weekly- eradicated. bv. its es.traordinary --. ,I" '01p t< io'irr'Gf' '

Swiss and Cambric Muslins; Magnificent Scheme, as follows:' ,HASTINGS,;COMPOUND. :. SYRUP4t.OF; ? > virtues> .,. 1' : ., rl :?> ;. : SCJtJBER'1routdr'f
Bared do.; 'StrIped do.; A. certificate package of 20",, ept..l.1 4,'1$47. : s '-"his friends and thepubl IJt

Wfete and .Colored Berlin'Cords ; tickets .. ,. $)00 00' ''Acnrefor'Consumption,Decline t ,'Asthma,*nd, >DRV:T }Nb-.flear5fr: Lnnye'suffered, that he baa.prepnednfew-, iUp.k'for !:! fC

Trioraings ,'of every description; / Do do ,26.halves 25000; all diseases of the CI cst'and. 'Lungs," c, terribly,for:iin>yearswith; the rheumatism.;. 4lfng' Lo sX OB Tine:im! iK a.

Cologne; French Extracts; Do, do 26quartera 125 00 ,;)r;*,* >,Forsale.by,. '_,j .A. :r J! considerable/f.the time I could:not cat,sleep tIoorfrive11e1andiollcttstbose ine jW C
and Do do 26 t eighths 6250 .Feb.2,1850. ; tJ .or work:,,r.had the, most distressing j palns and ; trhottiay happen.to mn'a.tbp ..
Pearl,Gilt Bone Buttons; __ ... ,. ., ,. h ,-.tl" ., .. ,, j
Co&te' awl Lee's Spool'Cotton i ,.A certificate ota package of wholes will entU '7 : -' : ;liiilrLz'; .('my limbs, were terrib.ly !! tep.* I have,used ;business, :'pleasure or health.. Tbj ,C
Mosquito Netting J j. tie the holder to all over $442 nett that'may be : l *' e.i ';I" ii ;: four bottes"otyu! Sarsapaipillalarid they have ,:'ft new;pne jBBd 'las'been."me ntlj .,i.w A

Ii f Fringe} Gimps, and E-lgin, ", dnwn by the twenty-six tickets, named therein.- VCJX| months' rt'era te I''shall P"resent my,acTJ ,done:tne'more'tba*'one thonsauiVdolIars worthof 'Innhd&tan's;be iu'risb4..itborithout. ,) !! '.If
Certificates of halves i8 and 4rdTijchers io :,good:i; ftm;.so much,5 i 91.bf'ffP I '. AI,
f; ,With erery':variety of Goods usually kept'. In a {quarters,and .eighlhs inproportlon. theToniJndge''o'f kettifJndeed1; tam ip1 t "na .
4 Dry Goods JJ! r&' Parsons wishing to purchase .''- v -*-,< & I Probate Duval,county,,for Vfinal'settleme'nt' ,'entirely:r)iei d/' % You :'are'at/JibeftTtb.use:, : : every ate'ntfoft'paid to tbIrtcniTh4"

H : will do well to 1laui1eziiIne; : rortb ri ietv ., This splendid scheme fs one of the1 most at and ask ii discharge' from'.the further:a'dminisj; thisfoth: n fi torth 'mi tidf. "' is:.pro idfdfor'travellem.jThe .< Jh- .

;I i _.. : \ WILLIAM. P. DEWEES; s tractive everdra'njn the United, States-nnd tfatioa of.the estate of John'E. Saunders, deed'v :"' 7Yo rstr ip tf 1j; :'J A IE :: 'CUMM1NGS: termi,wlll I, exceHls. i ?!,,.,dO .a&

I : j "'"-:' ApriI2Otb1850.' ; .'.,. well worthy theottention' of :ad veatuiers."* t'teor.DufalcoUJ1ty..f'r < } t. i..J-fi.COULD'YNO'I' ;W..4L1i": t l ln ,.. *r; : :' i'V%!. .p :'' l!
: -SELLINO-OFF :1- The lowest prize.that oanlbe. draw'by;a ticket : lJlRY.E..SAUNDER8:: ... Thatpr: ; ,send'a y.mpa'nUaii Is. ?4he'tery .:.JntksoaIfleDee.22d.1840... .,. .. -, .-. .. '.. ':'J'' ..
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j havingbn !it three .of'thd'drawri'numbers : d tratrW Jest remedy for ; .
ii ? : :"i ; female,cbmnlaints,there ia -- '
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rpHE .abscri.brrwiibirig' :. to.dispoae ,or hi, $2,000. *,*-, *. H -..", ."nt ,, ,; JackwnTille, Febfla$ tSSol!' "'":H | too 'disputing thousands : ; : : I :
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;-J. :,light goods the season has passed.to V- '\ J-tfo. ""H.;, "i. .,4..jit"l.. Jl "
: v.Orders for tickets and shares 'and certificates t 'I, < ) .';' / 'f\: .. f, treak nnd,. debilitated females :thar-wferepros- "A!t'Ta1u b1e Tiait'oll.nd. ( I11 .
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t \ ... :"nil make thewmainder room fall his eWok st ,.has concluded. to .of packages }in' the,< boremagnificent scHBine, J -S.f"> *iQ)1B3rJP1.: 1I.A. JI' .l "1' ; Jt'., 'bM aJ} y tnrseJdismesl6:."hicK females itrsUbjecteo ::Trct'-stfn&td, f 1ttto6 f 1 !'I, t
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p. .. "" ;-, ooda;,.,$at.hoewishing New York prices to supply ara,themself invited 1 .eg'wlth'j to';call. 'oerJo too drawing' .all'-who"irll'ma be senHmmedwitely order tickets' f ,afte>;rlt'si" ; EAtL1.EXOUTRZ, '. TTgIs"othcL.J f : ,'_1 j .:fc ,v ithl"! i"' ''j v:"t1t..'.'' ,';',,2.".., ;,'" uifi-no.: .*,j,-:*. -' '-*,' 11J-' St J 1i 'Jt;. .!t.I'' .Dtsml.'t }! /l- ,f ,

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1 .1 MAUlJY;'Agents. .. 9t. m.rd.ur. )1 .cow&.1. 'c'l'" t.JUt.: T'9 DJQ 'r: t'\f ;, : lo'. f.ilot ," ., t'Jrm.
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-, A"3185 Februarj26 50- I 2m J Fgri4ub7 '<: !'i' 'A M RE1ID. .y- "Tf M'state B atf. .-senYej-ysjjJQCi r-b alt n' .in.f CT WTWduced 1viriety _.,.i., .' :. .._".,..,&jTf uyt 8'M.
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