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 24, 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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.canuuued ontil forbi this: ; | cause is a coniBjon '% T'- .""'
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cominunjciitewith icAUfet ifliessagansi'thtt'0pii -
rttceqIfire&wfll you./ privileges offre&nefc then one Sim- : u -* *
j -to-withdraw from the th&rntatcctnnot* -- ] rew nowa *
\ThereWe jus now two.greatr Bubjccts *that) National she ,nshed. sephrste her. f -.*.'. ; ; '
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ai: tgJ for. Congress, and return to ,tlieir consti destihy frpmlhat of have hada.. muchearli r oin'thai '
WILIbO for all eugross the Attention of Floridians bneof.which W"v : ieighbirj they.ai:
rvaouar3 eharjcit announcecndidates -P -A; ; bound ; hC Ia.,
for office.gq8tre concerns chiefly, the other concerns the wh.le: ;* At'the t>ext8acceedirigsjessiop{ (36y. /ffoseley. t geherlSy.tie !j-which.ziopower short'.of ,! rpIserbfy abortive ttemp nt
Union 'The one is the condition of our-IinHaii .' his fpotencecnsuncr.S T-Vv -. inrnsion -wi 'r ''
for Sir Months, : t 810 00ii& < again an message adverted to glaverjainta .- &Feuo-tr citizens: ';; .w ifV1* 'W'CH'W.I* -
relations, the other "-' we,allch&rWi:habitual *
is the zlaverquestiozz., I tiotI. > ; and anidle'cahmrniiy tdsupbosfrftliatXcn
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Debtors and Creditors, r : 7 00 ; TieniitarTlove;for iKe Union ; f
I *to shall begmjr latter. 7 This part of the! i but it"i$the Union Campbelloftad- A *
;message was responded.to thatO 4c-&nne--Stion
; rsjr t. ; any what .. -
II Letters Adniinistmtmn 500 bllauU'nj < ?
for c7 'VW.
the .
j-ffliinoo: Thedesignof Constitution tbo United by the passage of tbo following .resolutions.by Unioi1 ljjhzi1'n :everi) It -; : -
6" religious$ nonces, will be inserted graiuilll States as asserted in the preamble, *was?in both'IIoiiies of the Assembly wittoiifjOppositiunj that to prni t thegedT weLfa.xiot, .: li- isimorejbaif jyie-irtagir; .batij .
order to forma ofapar&ularsEctzo, iLfl Ufl1Qfli to } --ailofGen\C8mpb; : deman. -
(1r more perfect union, establish, : "doin stio SCC2I I >
r communications mutt he aid rested tnAU justice,insure domestic tri.nquilityJ &v : relative to ihe question, in 'control y.llesolutions. i 'th/Ioirors tranuilhit1fl 1 andiiwt zie t" oIts j: dedJythe.rSpantsh; ,. %of I fro iit .pnf. '. -

r fts C. OzLLTT. Postage paiai. Are these objects promoted by the conduct*<>f. 1 ersylbetweeq'-thiTKoriK aud tJi-3' t/tosfTtko serv&Z .. excztedb ib ;'gTount that,-TtiYtt* vig rbus itnd suc. "

o admissible personal communications wil the NortLern tates? Is justice done to the Resolved by thf Scnatc.an* :HTtscn- ?I: love the tfught.&t&MTfiy&ilj t.Thibwmth I c fil effort iiibis it ', the >
ir fffoni. '
South by enc uriging her slaves to tativesjOf a .... etw'z. VB ***9 ) -(bflIy ;
run'mayyand Statebf odc7in' Central Asscsi6lg *
advertisements.ffAllbills notwfthasome: fe wneVr rt-Jpre'saritativei'of.tits' :
u uperstilious rVversnce Government -
iirged nsV ,
by protecting them instead of delivering fgni>ened.pliiilj&tffriends ofJthe Union ia :
for Job Printing,must be paid on the Or is it done ; great invisible"deity, JL IdVe'itTfpp the Havanaioi; ihe'
thcm'up ,by efforts to exclude we.view with most senoua alarm .the; course of benefits it ) u; protect rights work. Southern men from Territories which helped Northern UAS betoedori'ns1jmnd shall contiBues f reborn rAroericanV Vc.'ha
they oar bi'cthreninrelation to the; utiBertaVen .
: : ; question to love it till itrc 'bestow
to acquire by their treasure and blood ?-.. of slavery a course which, marked by unTtindness becoraee i & ase to blessinjs. a'-ifd 'to j'.1u.nctflis.: ratb'JbC '
'destroyer ot a 4iploimaticKll -
Oscar Hart, Is domestic tranquillitypromoted by.attacks on wrong, insult and.injury, has already Should Hive to see ftotfes'ultXwould.our peace'.and; safely. tt' 'a consular :- %
ATTORNEY characters,and spoliations on our property'; Loft most 'unfortunate extent, weakened the 7sate the"Union which V natureviviihj

AND by seditious speeches, papers, and pamphets, bonds"which unite therirandr usV-whicb, if suchajr, andiwoul4beeome haSWASIiUGToN, inspirit, utleast: ;I demand;this dpvernmeiitaft'era '

ellor at LnwL0 designed to excite our slaves to insurrection? persisted in, in the same spirit cm terminate his sword againstiiismother wc, when drew,. thorough eiauiinatuia of'the inaUernct;'-
C n The seditious attacks referred to, have not in further alienation, aUd!the inevitable dis country; and never only
sheathed it' per'emptoriljrefu8e'dio.cbmplyy
been oblige to abandon his intention been confined to a few mad men, but for years solution of the Confedera y. that again till A? becamejthe.jfPoMflf-of? (: but the : -Xi.-3-; .;
pn .
Florida Trill devote himself to the countryw1iich'faIttics are iidw'plotting contrary, can.ductoliheConsul.
.I 3 ing it has been the custom of several Northern Resolved,That the recently acquire territory ruin. 4- '

I ce Ofbb profession throughout the East- State authorities transmit. to the independent having been purchased by* blood and treasure Fellow V ,. .' -. ; 'throughout'on that'
Circuit, of Florida. Business entrusted co-equal sovereignties of the SOuth, insulting of'which her full proportion was contributed lawless, ruthless citizens we have.among us n band of! )c as1oii, as rnl'otheroccasiuns of more v

;UlreceiTC his prompt attention. resolutions, expostulations remonstrances, by the South, she and her sons \are entitled filled our State with sayage3r that have several' times I rectjnt date.-, h. 4 : : '

nyille1E. F., August 3IS50.CQUEE1V on the subject of slavery. equally, with iinvother Dortion of the ITnnn mourning., which rretaWs, "I'Ii6t
the settlement of the'connfrv. : nri o .'i ..- I iemenfaffafiist the Pnn.su .
Iu his message to the Assembly in 1847 Gov.Aloscly to .the enjoyment of tbe this -- .j f MUV* a vuudO TU*
same- General As I
31 c IK TOSH directed the attention of that perty. and life unsafe.. ;ont herpa tt .of;cer taiii 'classesof: the ;
body to seinbly, believing th ut Congress *
The, United
1 1t ATTORNEY AT LAW, the agitation respecting slavery ; arid as parties under'the Constitution no power to:pass possesses gations to States government is under obli populatjon of Havana, Vvas ,occasioned

were then preparing for the ensuing prrsidc'ntial siich a measure, adopting similar language (o quillity." remove Their this foe top '"domestic tran. .by1/no;such thing as.a siiDpsitionlDf ::4
#TILTA attend the Circuit Courts in theEastern election I foresaw'wh3t evidenttoevt- that ol utragcs last year caused
was the Legislature of declare your Cons-ul'-s..
Virginia it : sympathy 'with :
Circuit the Uuitcd States ) but ; :
'V ; man whoiead public journals that the sla as their that militia'volunte ;
ry opinion, under no circumstances invasion
ic act; Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme very, question would be the prominent one iu will the people of this State be willing to fpr your, defence j for this he vwas insolently' by: ihe'receptrdn""and pal'-i*

bet (irt t Tallahassee.; and prosecute Claims for teas h? approaching contests nize as bind iog an enactment of the Federal recog Government rebuked by.tbe General Government --through lication:at'Havana uf a letter of hi ad- .
orhe in MJ part of Florida against the Gov- to the a public officer who has since' grown...notorious ,dressed to his Government
i Anxious etc two great parties here united -, which has for its object the prohibition for his not inten ,
e.nt Washington. either before Congress on a question vital to both alike, 1 drew a of slavery in any territory south of the line of .At length success a portion in a matter of the of United;r/xnzte*interest: dei] fur publicatipnfbut'accidenially J5enti: .

Q c:it tie Departments.JbDtiss set of resolutions designed as a common plat the 3liss compromise, holding it to be the Slatessaioj nyith ';bth vr
bL8 Jacksonville,East Florida. form on which democrats and whigs coUld unite natural independent, right of rcach citizen appeared among you to defend ywj and to .remove papers 'to OongresV,;) In"which :
your enemy* ;Have they done this? No! some opinion t sexu"sid stu
1850 tf iit I defence principles and rights equally dear of each and every State of the Confederacy
It The Indians
ITJ are still here .
i to each party at CUe South. As I w.is not a go with his propcrtyof whatever descriptionin vinced and :doubtless con-, disposition of a 'particular portion

9jD. K END RICK member of Assembly I handed those resolution an}'territory acquired by the arms of .the lJni. owners now forever that of they-the are invincible',, and the. .. jbfsthat: : 'population, at which :they tooksof'inuch

ATTORNE Y to a friend who introduced them in the ted States, or yielded by treaty, with any for-' But what Las become of.country they inhabit,- offence as.lo.'threaten .p sonn1 '
ihc&rmyYhyy .it is *
Senate they were as follows!, viz: e g i ow.-r. i-vv "-*" *
ANDnnacllor 1 licfohci ly the Senate andHjust: of Representatives Resolved. That the abolition of slavery in the wanted to'nhip'Tezasfio compel Texas to give vengea-ficc against him, a threat iihiLb1 '

nt Law.L of the State of Florida in General As- District Columbia, involving, as it does an up a portion oi her,Terriiory, to aiioth'er tribe, |n weyer. "thfy refrained pulling in exe-
hardly superior to the Seminoles in 14 -J- "* JC"" ". .
convened That the Constitution exercise of civilization, cunon. '
scmltif of the power not granted by the Constitu- inferior them in '
utjIt practice in the several Courts of the United St.ites determines how the powers delegated i ion, and designed us itis, as a means of affect- Texas claims that courage. YesVfellow itizens

Eastern Circuit, and in.the Counties of to tie Federal Government shall be ap- i ing the institution of slavery inthei.Statesapiinst States admitted territory which ;.the" United WESTERN EMLGRATION.
raj l Isborough and Benton of the Southern Cir- Iiurtioned, distributed and exercised, to pro | ; 'whi>*L it is aimed a blow, should be resisted before was by occupying it with Fort Laramie
our. tti
11: the welfare of the Union, and the army theJMexicari war, an&by..sev- -Up lo ? morning-,
itofFl&rida. mote to protect on pirt of'the. South, by whatever eral
other acts., But '
1. T ampa Bay, October 28th 1849.-nov.17. the peculiar intercs's of the respective members means are oest adapted to"tbe protection of the tuat.the President,PuxttOBR thinks thirty thousand nine hundred and sixty '

top thereof: That the ratio adopted by theiramersof Constitution, defence of herself and the country belongs.toMeticans stilly;and, four i n,4iirhundred andthirty : *
preservation Mongrels the
i iUt CHARLES P. COOPER as Everglades belong-to Sam
the Constitution as the basis and rule ofthe Union.Re.solrcj J Jones. Therefore Sam Jones is left in nine women, five hundred and :eight.-

Le ATTORNEYAND of appurtiounicut of political power among the That,knowing no party names or of the : peaceablerpossession children, and.: seven thousand
Everglades-and : tone
several States to be exercised the Federal political divisions oua .army"isent >
ou questions involving in
iit.Mf. to establish Mexicans red .and
Government was intended not their settlement and and Mongrels in hieniragonahave. passed I
nierelyas the
a consequences character
Conn ill o r nt Law.I possession ofNew Mexico
temporary safeguard for one class of States property and lives of those whoin we represent conduct Comment on; such ,this, ..post. Several :passengers trains

Ui' I Ire [TAYIXG resumed profession,will devote against the combinations of another class, coexisting we are ready, heart and soul, with a united to "stir your unnecessary blood to .mutiny It is:"ot-nynrpose J 1 know I .that 'fr.om St. Louis have recently.'gone;a '

'1ti4 fl himself cxchsiteJy\o itspracticejthroughtlieEastern ;rkezs that Ltstrunicidn-asfranie; biii as front j to join Virginia, the Carolinas,. and the many of you: are/already long j all1 'well. There' has been but
defence which like the other other Southern States in
Circuit of Florida. means stipulations taking such measures i exasperated.-by itl'i'
of the compact should preserved iuvio1 for the defence ofjour rights amid the wrongs aggrayated' by fRsult- -
Nov. 10th
J Wison-rille E.Fla., 1849. preservatiou ing accusations of
ite during lite risencenftJe Uifion, ourselves and those whom we hold dear, own firesides Inciting hostilities against Clot: more, than fifty persons having
year for the
1" SPENCER BAKER 2 Be itfnrthtr llesolcf.fl, That any and every as the highest wisdom of nil, may (whether speculation and ''peculitiojt., :) sordid purpose ot died by disease, shot, and drowned.

a? Bttontrfis! at Sato, attempt, otherwise than by an alteration of the through a Southern Convention, or otherwise) My countrymen : 1 have not sought the pos- June' 21st..1850.-'U]> to this morn
Constitution, to defeat or impair thtoper.itionoftherie suggest and devise.
, Jacksonville, PlaT7ILL referred is violation Resolved That never any wagons
to, a of ,a copy of these resolutions be charm .
for '
the spirit of that instrument, and of the laws ofg&odfai'a transmitted to the Governor of each of the slave me,certainly none strong enough to bave'passed beyond this post. I do

rrziy \ practice in the several Courts in the i on the part of those making, eucli at States, with request that they belaid before cause me, for.the sake of success, to profess prin- not believe) that there arembie than 6
ciplesthat.I did >
If Eastern Circuit of Florida in the U. the not cherish my "hearts core,"
; Legislatures of such
tempt. as are now session. ot7,000yet .and the
or conceal such I deemed great majority'of .
S.District Court Northern District of Florida 1 as vital.
tou 3 lie further Resolved That theWilmot [Passed the House of Representatives January
I have them this
no prejudices side of the South
th nRaitst the North.
Supreme Court, at Tallahassee; aad prose Proviso (s>o called.) which seeks to prevent the itb, 1849. Passed the Senate January"5L the
ate claims before and the ; contrary with New England are associated Fork of the Platte. Every sfream ii
Congress DepartEents incretisc of OHC class of States by imposing prohibitions 1SJ9. Approved by The Governor, JS49.J] '
of the
: ofGoTernmcnt at Washington. the many most hallowed recollections of my rapidly rising and the Laramie :
unauthorized by the Constitution,u During last winter ULI spring the agita early life. 1 river
weuld do
.McRoBERTBAKEE. S. SPENCEU.Jan. and suUvcrsive of ,the conservative principles tion cf the lavery and Territorial questions in good betweea much to perpetuate a. has blocked the game dn'sbme-7 or 800
feeling all
of.the union
6/49. ly without which ap6rtion of the original States;: Congress became to threatening to the South : who
; I' but that are
quietly for
good fall. .
feeling cannot be. a :
p.TI would not have assented to the Constitution,.! that the entire, delegation in Congress from preserved by ;
PHILIP FKASEtt. hosannahs to the union while There has been
who ,
control a vast
evinces on the part of the advocates and supporters Florida'considered it their duty to warn their .quantityjpi: snqir, ,
of said 'Proviso," a epirifhostile tq'the constituents of the coming dangerand recomnend to the.gocernment of that union pervert its power in the mountains this year, 'which is'the '"'_
oppression. If wish
AMDCounsellor compromises cf the compact reckless of the repose to them the expediency ef sending dele you to prolong this Union: cause of the high water. -.
Jtfs at Hato, harmony, aud permanence, of the Union : gates to the Southern Convention, in pursuance you not only a cessation defend your riglts j'you but must abstinence.require: Relative to the sickness and deaths-
JACKSONVILLE FLA"ITJttL particularly dangerous, and grossl offensive; of the resolutions of the Assembly. That Con an
CO. from abuse and calumny; these tif persis'ted in on thepPlains, this,.year, I can only :
# attend to any professional business and insulting the Southern portion, of the tact in Nashville last June; eight Southern fay j
II entrusted to him in the Courts of the Republic and tending unless suppressed by' Suites, Florida being of the number,were incurable wound; for they in'flictan that the i emigrants have suffered Tbeyohd"description

itbof "Stem Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at'iSihssee. those who alone can control it, to the inevitable1 Represented in the .Conventio'a'j there" were sensibility and."Nevercan. upon our honor and our ''

ofty He has also such an ad van ta- dissolution of the confederacy,, anijl ..separationof uearly two hundred ber. selected froni the ; true reconcilement F OJI:THB.NPBTH FORK 'oPiADi.'-

..llfta Stoas connection with an able Lawyer at Washojton the States. tfhig and democratic partieswithout discrimi Where wounds grow June 23d"--I have afeHrmb1iBlent8 ..
of bate have sunk ,:
deadly so :>
Kesdhe I That of nation. A ftcrmature deliberation ; >
( Be < though one
. Sty. as will ensure u. prompt and spec 4 further Convention deep."!
,' "Mlleaion of such claims as, may be placed the youngest members.' Florida is'not/ the least passed u set of resolutions, and adopted an spare, and will take the occasibn'to drop '

I$ slit Junfe against the United States. attached to theUnion. But participating iii address, proclaiming the rights of the South, .Kcspectfully &c_ you? a.line.. The emigration "caij now If

.j Sept.8th,1849. lyJ its elory and'its fame-partaking of the blessings I.' 'repudiating the Compromise bill'7 which proposed Atumst Q! at- ..JOHj JEAILD. be nearly numbered. It: will reach "a- '

which it secures and anxioij.s to perpetuate to violate those, rights, anduttering'the bout sixty thousand "
4 1 $), ;
TOSNET AN1 COUNSELLOE AT LAW men who advocate.either directly or indirectly, of the Missouri comprpmise, wif h the recognition THE PRESi.nENrs.-Frs DE3E&TJON BV Paii- thousand have pass' d.herealready, and< '

JTAVING removed his office from Colombia a course of policy or a measure which, like tho i' of the right of the Southern people< lo take DENT FILUWEE.-We hard already stated that from t he best estimates I,make thia .cal
I **, County to Jacksonville, Duval County. Wilmot Proviso threatens to sunder those ties their property any where South of the'line of 1 the Fillmore has taken up Ms residence culation. Six .hundred and eventyth.ree V
should bind the Stctcs wdissolullij.In. 36-30"w hieh established first mlSSO when on heights of Georgetown and learn from
3'L. tullyinforms his friends that he has as which the wQmerf, seven, hundred aud ..eigh
of the ;
proceedings ,
with.him, in the practice of Law his .the foregoing resolutions tht-reare several y.issoum was admitted, which was again recog- Senate on Monday that
it is teen children thousand .and
on account of the ; eight ,four
c"I v ; S.V.. SiLNDKE.SON. propositions involving the rights of the,States nized iu 1845 when TEXAS was, annexed, and unhealthy -condition of
The firm will be represented at each and which few will deny,.and'none can controvert. which was a third time recognized, in'\1849 'of his President's remarks House. .Mr.Clarke, jn the course hundred.and fortyfiveagons; ,'. twenty'

fty term of the Circuit Court, in the several Will any one, instance, assert that the Did when theTerritory Oregon was establisb ed. "It is well szi.id- four thousandjhree hundred and twe1vo

t Ges of the Eastern Judicial Circuit-The Southern States would havtr assented to the 1 have-brought before :you, fellow citizens,. well known to many of the Senators as horses, eight thousand and eleven! mules'

W C of Hamilton, in the Middle Circuitf ,- Union, with the Constitution as it exists,.:.could. this condensed view of the matterto show' you. there as the Committee public Buildings,-that twenty:tvybjho nd. twb hundred.1

f Supreme Court at Tallahassee.-and the they have foreseen, or had they,;:suspected the at once how much the South.has already given has.been/very great danger\to\ thepccupahtapf ; ; and
t lfCwrt.tSt.Augusiine. possibility, that"their means of defence" would up to secure harmony, anidjthatiyott'may that house for.some time past, in conse- .t wen ty
All business entrusted to their care will be attacked by Wilmot Proyisov'! and ':ExeJ3u- what apparent unanimity has hitherto marked and quecet1he'want.of lower drainage.1 The cellars :forty one'loose. :cat.

Tt10tpt attention. tive Proviso's,". Missouri Compromise," and ttio'course of public linen' .in .defence of your partlof' the\house:are.in>Very*,had: tie have.'passed here, b'esdjiEm'; ,who
condition and,
Adrtis; J.P. & W..ANDEESON. California Compromises ,"the'rule'of alHendii tdefeat honoji: your rights, and all' your' ,safety: has? ,teen the attributed illness by of come some.to'of themala its occupants jdid not.register. These, ,estimates Te'notinteraedtG.be'exact
thVoperatijOn of iapportion- Notwithstanding concessiops the
on "
JacksonTilleDaTalpHARLrES C'ty.1* pr impair. .
ment of political pow r?" all'expressly designed partof the 'South;" iipt withstanding she is "wil- ria. viich es foia ihejio'wer'pari'bf.ihej.builiing.1 -' { ; for many gare1

: 'TW.AAL to prevent the increase of States having property ling to make still greater sacrifices for peace,her Thelwhole'of .the 'basement pow'; noicanofThernsehes ortock, 'But

::1! ;&ig: TtN EER. of fii ..kind'identical Vf-fitkthdr own," nnd unnatural' enemies: (I say vhnatutdlliecnusv circumstance hme3 absolutely covered with watcr'and is at plltiiaesiasoba 'iisbeIieeao: be.av close! 'aprjroximased. .

JACK8ONVILLRF. therefore interested in the maintenance bt those -should make -ttem Q\iT\Jirmfritnds\ \ ) l a condition thar it $totsily!unfit.'cboccupicFeve"a -- 1in to imbera1ready .'

lELLZ3: I conservative priucipleB which' are vital to the insiat still jthat we should,.subaut. by.thdometics. -Thiajjituatioa ,
of the loJgrealerwrongs'hnd .
t attended
a.uj County of the I pase4ibrpugh a deiil of sfck.nes .
LI nl solicited.r S6utVand-.t6theUmont. "} insults, or be prosci1betFauui'ditots. -* building isinpthn| new .Jt: good
'' # vnahlmousJy For the sake t the South wasw'hcnit'aa yccnpied'by the pfedecdssor somebf'it nearly' '
resolutions peace is ; approaching
'ULTWe lia" These r willing
____________, .1 '' 84 .ofta..late lamentedpresidc--U.\:: *' '
by cftfie. -Souse,L continue the old Missouri compromise line; >?%; '.' hoeryet! we. ;vo. '

find'a6Crace of theipr.theyvere prbaby.mis' und by.that bbe would give up three fourths'of '' After some.further debate,'ajoint resolution, nothad a thorogh casot hoIer i .tof

'.or Iaid for th'ere Js r eypry reaeon to. believe that the territory acquired.from Mexico, including was repo8dito' the -feenate foraptope dr4in, teaiworth Tbe'
DL ; bad .they coine before j the House. they w iild that part of California Which;;is ;the; -fichest ageofthe thO'Ex cutiv4
s8IiTcII's. have I passed'thejre too"'with 'unanimity;; They; country that the sun'ever shone upon.- sionnI; th reitir o1 the bui1dzng' itnd noam'endthe mad tbfsyeaid¬ crnre 1n'nkItf.ber .

0BRAD MEDICINE. were adopted:1n: the Sensiie on thelSSf Dec. 1847.. But4tnot" iwy ihSfree-soUertt can* never t. h'ivgbe ii WwsYorderedto witIfthase I thelasi year. 'ho

Ve4&1,4 ,* s i1LC Oath 28 Mri Sanderson, Senator from Colunbia > consent to give you anctbeiabance'toriaoii be,.engro8ed.foiathied. _eadug & ?"- MsaitobebltteV] ;
L'p County introduced the folio wing resolutions >/at .Stftte.I}' Wcdon'4car&sb> ut the VWilmotcti '' V IetWeen this iitIieSali Iaebair'avypevious

: fure of which;also,pasgeii:.the;'Senate..ujuitvnousJyt; 'but Jov1so" iny loncr the lan's of Mexi. ExPosTR TO TREK SuN..Tbere'aie

Cnirn1ptiTl./ -CatarrhbfJFubtt ; in 'the Hous the,2ni.and 3rd.were'fitruck out* are'aVnfficient provisp'aga inst>tivajy"; thcatf'l few ojts whii Iis : : seasor. IhiI lis a, .i.ihortirat

,al il tJi&.Sce'aMJvte.oRerestn-;' w3r6 still in force inJCaHforna! andNew, Iy understotor nore clea'y) r matter t6ih'epiferi Ms. rrCor; .

onorflie .Pjies F iMIComi1Ik c1attves ofeSzatof 7jorzdais Guerzl4embly Mexico, and -we.will not r r-fAg f but If ydn h&aifie (act'that proved ofiAei.. oufrJR&._ 5 ; :\TV'+ r
entry:* iiclzbo choose to enter into such an :arracgemeht :: the4exposuratothe' i : -_p_'_: -_-'_ _: ), *"a; t.f .
&q. mn itMtJwiv.ilf; >..i'Uir.Jn;( ri Jt $ .OFJ3RIGADIE1I G MAioN-.
&4 bLIT'; will do thlsf.i tee will tak'f California ftfod$ f teft' '

&.AU 1 chase or otnerwise pccomtg ne,common projper* Mexico;Jvire i will buyjBnoup:h-ofi.Teia V to:indk I Ito Ireeersnration : iItn t Union. ,. says.
Jr. v 4 4- ; '- -'-'- iI j' -
.s. F4tA $ :, ShcZ ty of the 8e>eralStates compwdng the contede"fff -; mOre/r /;JrbijStatejjj;(iryot Tof the)Sdntb'willlielp1 adtLmt.the bame exposuttotbe'suu, -

$ : } and .La>; > ra w&-whitet.l it *o continues, jtiisUHe: right'"t us5'ijyfayfoiritj) and we 'IU"p l.'a'I Iareumng vitb"suffid1ent' IVIiot a nbic despatch .
titnofetcbnnd :*!7ttSttt tore -. runaway negr6es itohe1 fre )
t'torts>onC msumptioni and i fit: ; Qf .V 'dUCC :fltjs., L
States a'skdp1t
tvry t1cripLtov L to be given up.. if their'uiastea'wil con .
ftfitk-AK JIropery .
-J'-> : rV i. !* j x0
v- ;
*Air *% : witain such territory ; A ; j ; t ; 'VincTa jury abolitionists t&at slavery'is' consistent ; vrfN !llI waktperspmin ; flrIt r oitbat 1sfIngu.sbdofltc pqeI '..'

oOlg ,fr'Z.X S1 T?,, W/? f2(1That in-theip?opinion the.Comrinulual'concee6Mmsvahould ; with the laws otG "and: thlit ibe!!! ilj;;perhaps lie) ivilt>dleH: 'Laifzh'eVamenian'ai 1'::.

:. ui w u : CthprA ,' eroes ale saiEsnd'tlatth; claimants--drs the in the '
; : p' su r0rthejsame
jflrcv'"S ; ; length);
:Ap I ,
bt'1 (otionalCon; 'v Zo ert : : "- : -- '
j*** taateppoiA< V<% MJ%>! i.a'4ng beeneritercdiPt0 be I/ZT :: Thisi fellowcituensisvthe'- |ubstance.0f'the of' tiroe-andhe; will- *|erspire;ton' tifnes :Mates army' who 1adreiurne&'4 iro'tir't's '- .' ;" '

S 2 990 tKem.--5o-tt8tant-- Fbsdnder'cidZy Viiidivg .iorevc famous "Compromise" toVhichrwe'pjust consent as V'much;and be quilc: welp -ThV'fac ( a1ir.._Ia. H&bkihd i1ahSt "

aii-a a SH9&'- !ui ; Upon the Unio-nu- ** '. & '" "" "' : ;;'or be called'traitors. tf-! > w isthatndtonlyTthe (Jirecft raysof'tbeisunf.tmtuhe : LjotusOflThe night bfjt '. -

jc : DL D: RGERB 'Rc.oWe43IThat 1UJ evcut the "3Jjsou :' For one will nercr agree to afcy such',terms; be trqiIhesinfosphere pro-' th&chblera- ; [

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It took" away. .1 ihe* -whoie'K." 3 ;: 'California','-' ** ;'dothetI q ) ,*>and jI t e to FP s rjj lion: g t ; fF! l ; f; } fcf: a :|V rqte>rpift.pafe: hd aijj V" :

by. admitting. :herciitriytiin1, !t prec. i ): heJ4oIror.I: Tv&le 4))' at(;W4t'Thdu "! Ii. h: ,i.t ii.! pt.} p : 4rath1l i",.; JgijB rbIhf: W .tt;,\.1

_. ,. l .dents, and an violation; :,rlknfljtItU. ', .,'We,,vhoghe 16ve1h Union'.1fith to lie.otrfntfr&reqsonab;' .Z.11f.lY,!t. .. '.';" :' ie:'':l', : i il. ("" ktn'1tr.i-! ,_ .*,..;-3r.T6Iti.\5-.-. y.1':;;<1''!ti..' ,1age; 'QrL:Ute i.l: .llrQi:; ::\ J 4g9.aijroraja i 4. Jl:. !.

AUGUST 4,4850. tiou as a 5talcc of- the"Union.Itjhibiting, ,, ''I'I not., with isi seryilie' superstilioas* reverence( --'e P.fj:'inconvoi." 4t bie.ffowmucn1oziger.) ; .. I. l: ;:, hJc :;'waase! '93,.)i.Vay .
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i greiit invisible itTW. .love.H for:the. : : :ir i:uwy"_,belsprep'1 'J- ''l-
slavery. It took Utah and !' th6jtat ( tf'jOun&r
away 'NVI I i. ; .. ..on, bingstlJas: .1 ;j
For Representative' to Congress. benefits it HAS bestowed us;and shall continue : .It, :. thet, : Senate; We.itk T it
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Mexico,-for although uojthing! was to love'itiill it ceas '/ bestow: bUSL'.;and1 \;.\ .Jf{ : : IIHcAL : ::- l' :,,,'.. ; ,;, J to' .\
.JOHN BEARD' 'becomes:'thodestroyer'ofvia: pcdcts:and'j l. fei1J. :: tFONIk.rJ3TT&fl.: ':. :" ) :thii.onof_ : :'the.most t ftiot th .
; .
said about. slavery in.the--" Bill- .Mr.>, A CIiAi-.1 should we live to lee that result we'would Afltfth .. ow. :,, ,,,""'J< "' :'l' '," : most imp' .riftntmeii; ijff e hat.bal -

OF LEON, COU TY. and other advocates of the, 'measure. 1 Unio ,and:we'would b eo' nebi, spirit,.,at'.least, ,Qii l) J/t ll si (oi !'Oali.forivlikti during; 1 puf'..experwOce;! ;here?;((8Dd'j: '

_. .__ .._______ __ .'_U ._.__.- assvred the North that slavery waslas such sword* bAiVa3,against': WASHIWCIOM his mother! : country wc9-'whea, and,hedrewhis never '. .,. i'- passedrthe. ,. ''Senate uD' wish! ,to 'gjvp.whav! :.emphasis! ; tie 'I|e gii t.

rrr- Owing to.an epidemic form of effectually excluded from those territo sheathed again till tic became the "Fatketf. of 'Tuesday*- ''afternoon/is'*/ .\ i r_-; .tne.* -,*-.same! that,'_. :mately cal far to. bur '('pPOflou.'wsiItts \\y ...

fever termed the : ories by Mexican laws as if it could be that country which fanatics are now plotting to ;introduced March. ; last" ,by .Mr. ; .as;.we can, -,\Wakcn: ifcj,(.
billious familiarly I ruin.ti S forV'ofthestablished: : cedent_,which;'h:1: 'be6J
"bone-ache fever," (rl.nl which hardlyany by the Wilmot Proviso! And .the major. : I ,it Douglnss.' It is os follows, all :the a- '{igainit.us-by: :Yeeqfdinjjv;

<-ne in town has escaped, the effective ity .*f the Senate refused ;to. adopt an We will conclude; these remarks mend thents oSeretl, except' :theon&ern.: : the 1f)9st.soleIlUl, ad.imJirhabIeti'! t i:,<

I with the following:: extract from the. braced! the'3d"section S been{ kiiown .to. ,u*(, due. dissent
.ii'. (having
force in our office has been rudtrS amendment to give security to slave (ro.u: tb.;,
] late speech'of.Mr.:Soule,, ;:!in the, Senateof rejsctedj measure.S
red apprentice.V 0 are under propert', until the question should ,b.e' ; *
: S
.to one dit 1" I ask that this :
the. United States a' > words protest-; tnay loread
great obligations to Mr. DREW of the settled by the Supreme Court, orby the A BltL FCE THE ADMISSION o?, THE and 'entered u'you.. the; jourual
the .of
.dp not stir blood of the South, s
Republican' who has permitted us on pe )plo when authorized to form a.State up STATE OF CALIFORNIA INTO TBS Umou. Senate. r :>. '',.. S S ... l
J let Southern .mem',hide their i heads in "
S two nights to employ' his compositors. Government.i Whcre s the. people, of ,California The paper read as follows t-% 0
i shame .L

Otherwise it would have been impossible declaration alone, from such a have presented. constitution, J- and..asked". Wethe m slersign tbd SenatQj td.tp1 ;\

for us to issue the paper. source, would) act as an effectual exclusion "What can, be the object The admission into the .U ionv, ;constitution impressed :.AViiU/tha. !! importance '.ofoccasion ;

great object to exclude the Southern submitted ,and uiti* as-'lenin. '
of slaveholders from Utah. and was to Congressby ,sense of
States from all these territories, acquired the ;! \ : '
responsibility umcr wHichy
FLORIDIANS the President of,
THE United States art
New Mexico the threat of the wert" with their blood
though they acting respecif'illy submit the
the ; (0110,,_
The Whigs can never forgive I and with their treasure a'sVeil with by his messag dated JPebruary 13th. ,
Wilmot Proviso had already done from as ing protest against; the ,bill ;a'daiitnip{

old Floridians, because a large majoiity California. They would not risk their the blood and treasure of the other 1850, and which: ,. ondue .examination, : California as. jjtatu: .L'!!io tliis.Unio( I

.>f them have always adhered to the property under such circumstances. States. That is the great object. It is found to be Republican in its form of and request tit ft may be, ,entered /;p..

faith. They apply the was found impossible at the two last on the journnloi'thcSente.: We
Democratic The south declared that the Missouri Govern; 'ht (eel
sessions of inflict tha Wil
"Minorcans" to them as a word Congress to S i hat i it is not J\u.gT !}pin have' 'resfsipd
term compromise which the North itself had mot Proviso upon die South,_ and now Be it. enacted by the Senate and I debate. .aloiic a. bifl( ,so fraiig&t'wrtlk-f \

of reproach, and they would deprive forced upon her should be respected.But .- we arc called upon to fasten it to this .House Representatives; of the United mischief to the Union, .and thc ,:Slate
of the of voting if it was .in bill the shoulders. California.- *'
right ,
them over States of which with all the :-
this reasonable demand, which America, in Congress assem we represent, resources -

th< ir power. had yielded so much lo the North, was That is'the object. 'California hasassumedto bled. That the State of California shali of argument wlm-ln.) we puse.ed $$. ,
in the lasL I Republican was an article extend jurisdiction o\er ; but that it is'.iiso 'due to (oarselrej( I
and the whole is virtually be one and is hereby declared be
the Floridians, but the ; territory 153,060 square miles territory. She 10 the people whoso b.isineis: has ee'ii
very insulting to seized by the North,-if the Cal- tells y.ni in her convention that not only one, of the United States of America, .entrusted to our creaniI to

S editor this week tries to smooth it over \ ifornia Bill should pass the House. does she not wish to retain those admitted into the United States of A- which, even in most.distsmt generations posterity! ,\

but such attempts to ridicule any portion The crisis has arrived when the boundaries, but that she only assumed merica, and admitted into. the Unionon muy feel its consequences: vto leiveiQ, ; I

of citizens are, to say the least, them in order to carve. hereafter, out of whatever form [be
our may \most Nolrraqliri.1
of Florida declared with
unanimously them an equal footing the original
six free States the Pacific
on ;
to memorial of tlia
in bad taste.V care sorry enduring, a opposition
Vt'ry Floridian can be that our "Representatives ought to .and thus while by the feat of Apolitical States j in all iespects whatever.SEC. which we haive"made to. this im-asure a

think that a single withdraw from the National Congress", I legerdemain, California assumes to 2. And be it further enacted', and of the reasons ; i

found to support a party that emits no and we have the authority of Mr. CLAY cover, with the Wilmot Proviso, That until the, Representatives in Congress been governed. : : ,

opportunity to revile! them! 153,000 square miles territory, with journal which the
!I'Ii' himself for saying that a withdrawalof shall! be apportioned according to
the southern members is a virtual power an actual enumeration the inhabitants 10 be kept so
called to sanction that which I
upon have existence
dissalution of the Union". without that sanction, is of no avail and of the United States, the State of the I
the reasons \ "
to ,
first we upon
On .our page present The following resolutions, introducedby effect; in other words, wa are called California shall be entitled to two Representatives to judged by
Florida the Address Major
freemen to sanction tho Wilmot Proviso.-
Mr. SAKDERSON passed the Senate upon in Conjjres. yet to come, for
IJeaiil; the Democratic candidate for That is the truth. The power of whose '
t'ongrcs. Its si-ntiiricnts are in thcl1ightsl of Florida unanimously on the 28th number, not the power of reason, is to SEC. 3, And be it Anther enactcd-, and ( entoui as 1

Dec mber 184 7. decide this be That the slid State of California: is admitted pOt
drgrrc patriotic, and) will meet struggle and we are to of deej,. interest to : :

with a cordial reception in the heart of Resolved by the Senate and House of Representative beaten in it. into tho Union on theexpress condition after .

On the Southernquestion of the State of Florida vi General AsatmWy "Bnt, sir, ,we have at ',least gained that the people of said State, \Ve have J
every I convened, 1st, That any Territory which the something by bringing the question in through their cause.it the
legislature or otherwise, gives : l
we rejoice to I United States hereafter '
particularly, may acquire parchase
all its nakedness to the test. It is now shall thus imparts !
or otherwise,becomes the common property never interfere with the primary
perceive he has laki'ii the true ground- of the several States composing the confederacy -; undisguised, unmasked. There stands ized action !of a p :
disposal of the lands
resistance bcforo nbjeci t submission., ; an-1 whilst it continue it is the rightof : alone, without any seeming object of pubic its ants ..e California! ,
each citizen of each and every State to reside -: ( This limits, and,shall psx..A no law. and do no discrimination
lie shows conclusively that! a great with his of 'om promise or adjustment. is

i is at stake which may in future within such territory.property every description I! measue'\vilJ pass, I have no doubt,but act whereby .the'title of the United- pri'pvity of .the

principle fleet other interests! andeCtiOIss Resolved. 2d, That in their opinion the Com- its consummation will be ,the. consum' States to, and right to dispose of ihe States of the [Jnibri .
,times promise,* nown as the "Missouri Compromise/5 I mat iori of the most grievous, the most prived of that ;
besides tim liouth. The con- having been enfcred into by the National Congress : revolting, and the. most unjustifiable same shall be impaired or questioned; the constitution so :;

btUulional rights o of a minority* are vio- creiUy, observed under mutual, and declared concessions) binding, should: forever be sa- wrongs :hat can be inflicted upon a rind never lay ar.y tax or assessment and which !

lalcd by a fanatical majority, and the upon the Union. people living as we do, under a ,of any description whatsoever upon stable foundation !

of things at al'Y time R'solveJ, :dThl\toin! the event the "Missouri 1 constitutional compact, which proposes the public domain of the United can repo >e.v
same stale may Compromise" bhall be violated by Northern establish and the '
to justice. to promote general Because thh !
whtn political aggrandizement; brethren it will be the duty of the Southern j States, and.in no case shall nonresident
occur welfare. It will remain a monument Statesto
;; ,
representation to. fall back the constitutional -
may induce any majority; to tyrannize ground of equality upon and justice ; and of legislative recklessness and oppress proprietors, who are citizens of ment of the I:

ovrr such section or inlere>t as can be should the Constitutional barrier prove insufficient ion; it will shams history to record it- the United States, be t .:!:e1] higher than been defeated ,by a.

browbeat or humbled in the dust to secure to us an equal inheritance, as Sir, I do not wish to heat, by any remarks re&i&b f ;"snt.1'h ViTne navigablewaters which, wiihotirthtj
well to the public domain: as to the rights and 51D
of mi&Tthe excitement which dent of law of
of within the said State shall or
We commend the address i\lajor privileges ot'frefMtn, then withdraw from the he
National Congress, and return to their consti already prevails to such an alarming extent common highways and manifestly l \
Beard to evercitizen of Florida, conscious tuents. throughout the country. God alone forever free, as and which

that his opinions will find a knows to what a pitch it may reach well to the inhaitants of said State as and adopt, should o.,

in those who are true to the So, it appears that it is not Major when the official gazetteer shall proclaim to the citizens of tha :United States, In sanctioning { :

response and true to the Union. Beard alone, nor the "Democracy" to ths nation, as the law of the without any tax, impost or duty there' .this government i ,

South .-.---- alone, who think that "the violation of land, the accuvstd measure which, in the fore: Provided. That nothing.herein habitants o( its

iIaJ.ueard: and the SubthiSoW' the Missouri 'ompromiso"' is a good madneiis of your impatience you S seem : contained shall be.copstrued manent or transient ;
as '
isis so eager to pass, recognizing or unlawfully
cause for the secession of the Southern .
last Republican or rejecting the.proposition: tendered forma ..tatVi hJ I
8Tlicle in the ,
The States! "Yes sir l will Jay'&S all artifices
aliernative' be. by the people of lifornia as thority of 1 laTr, "\ f
iMajor, BEAKD'S of and let the truth to the
headed oratory, go ,
I : "articles security of; a l !
The following Resolution is one of a of iu the ordinance
a very uncaud'u! spirit, and we country in all its nakedness. What compact adopted formed !
trays by Gongr s
wiih .ut offence considerable series that passed the Lower House of does this bill effect It tramples upon by the'convention which form l
hope we may say census or other, i

ignorance of the poiuis at is- the Florida Legislature at the next the_ fundamental t .1 __ n, __ &principles__&I rvhich 1 ed the constitution in.that State.. their poasessing'th'e C9flidoilioV'I

succeeding session, and for which Mr. orougni tnese ataies logeiner as equals, .necessary auth
and which alone them in .
sue. can keep .
Mated in an- Bryant, the present apologist of the uni -n. It proclaims over the shouldersof AN.ALLIGATOR STORY.-The St. .Lou. i' tfon;,:which:the yIjJ'' > l
BEARD .distinctly those <<
Major "Gravelly Hill" resolutions voted : outanyof s
S tn a question fr-m G,,v; CAL. that unauthorized uncmpou'ere'i California is Republican relates] the following sto ballot-box..which) i : 1 Jarfl
swei that odious proviso which excludes : ;
"Resolved That the recently acquired ry of an alligator: ; by ]law- andwhch: 1
the Compromise ,. : :
remark applied half of the State from the
his one rights We had almost ,.
been forgotten to ,
hands of the territory, having purchased by notice certain the truele: !
from and immunities extended to the other
Bill as it came blood and treasuie of which her full another escape, which' happened, previous will admittoo << !
of 13 and not as "amended" half. It'gives away the treasure securedby to the .V ?
committee proportion was contributed by the South one mentioned. refusedtoprovide:: ,
But our neighbor insinuates that it was shu and her sons are entitled equallywith the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo as At N. Orleans! the boat took on board a cept.:upon the 'c : '
for the
the uaraended.'. Major BEARD alluded .- any other portion of the Union, to an indemnity And it leaves seven expenses millions of mammoth alligator: twe ty-six feet .i n',1' slavery by law, 'the'

the enjoyment of the same r this war. 1 length; consigner to ninate'2r aiuralist -' 'this '
the same government : '
10-alihnughiii! very paragraph people to be taxed fully two thirds of :
the General Assembly, therefore, believingthat and distinguished .D.,of.this' :;ion; invite such ; ;
the following as hundred and millions
\10 takes one twenty city. The:animaiwas
: Congress possesses under the dollars fur the redemption. of a debt'incurr < proviaed;>with., a :c n!end nder" :
words of Major B AUD. Constitution no to such very strohgcagey.suSciehtJy! so it '
power pass u d !in the acquisition of a .territoryover wasthought'for.any'ofhiif agents! .ay-pres ,I
-ll: ACKNOWLEDGE THE DECLARATION, .measure, adopting similar language : .tibe, and init constitution aff cti
which will not be
saNS Major JOHN BEARD, that I that of the Legislature of Virginia, to have a foothold.they Now,_ I;permitted ask the he'remarn. quietly t until, /fas: if by jn-' I riglits! i.but-those f |

would prefer a dissolution of the. Union declare] as their opinion, that, under who th stinct he b gan.tosuspect'ihahe.: ? was lP'r the i IJ crmlfede raoy; '

totht passage of the Compromise: bill reportedly no circumstanced, will the people of ;senators votcsthe compose ? majority, I leaving, and" 'perh Tprevpr, the .'palmetto I. ; tory{ ;;wXtt\t&e4: 'pu
'measure is
whi-se "
through to, '
S the Committee of Thirteen! this State be willing to recognize as ; tHinl and "swamps 'his native, ;'J Jandfi:; .;thoseStates: frohv: :

S : binding any enactment of the Federal f'lss-l ask them dt. they 't that .Love ofcouritry,:and perhaps strong,udhesion .'without-[:.regard to {
the South will
the long brook
Thus, in the same paragraph, hr- Government which has for its object peopleof :,to Southern:principles, :aroused I,boundary ;6r' any }
and endure such enormities I Do : ;
S. S charges 1\lujnr BEARD with having applied the prohibition slavery in auy territory } .they the. dormarft feelings of".his'nature. ,.and, :erations which ti 1t

his remark to tho "amended" bill,. south of the Missouri Compromise, suppose'that they,would ouldquietly submit; ,.with'ole'W! < Then truly! :ihpa .musters qf '
applied it to .tho "0"nf holding' it to be the natural and independent : and arorresponding: :rnoveentoa; : :the dm.Jrtht\'t; the :c 1tt.
S ;i and of not having tight of each citizen of each slaves deserve to be slaves themselves, part.of his head,' he'knocked the :intr
'c t.
: gel ;
( ...-!-.dL.dtt- bin i and___.n every_ -- State- of-- the.-- ConfWlernnv-- --------.1'. tn...... that, they could .bo reconciled; to.;;a; ''as- tJiesavinii.j8-jni S J :: -- >l'i''D i1 'n..shtin;-i'- ,. .; Rr\f': Dad::bv; him outof: ; :;:::! l
submit to
where to
BEARD prefer, and so dove go with his property, of every descrip condition be disgracewere ;then moving's1ov1y loathe: :side-of.J 'tvboat ;

: .C Major so.ducs. true Southern tion, in any territory acquired by _the prudence, and;' to. "contemptiblea t". "geiuly'aUdo.fT! ; *inib,'.his'.beloved l fle,9nvi: 5 ; :
I -- every necessity/ .. '. J; ,
pt'ercrand '
S i
of the United r .
Mi5sissippila miles
arms aiatesoryielded > ; :- .
fromVicksVurg: plam of
IS p
of :
Editor the '
and if the : l
& S man prefer, by treaty with any foreign power.,." ; W.e o ine that'. .h ,!asl oi long:in:, .get.'aokto of ih s. pincijTei; : :
had informed himself onth ABOtSTOL1N; BY ..INDIt\N '. !i. g'; the'scenes: rhi iyhich' :
; 4 :: :earlypas. \ forlbiid
Republican l J :;wou ,
S. The: } South is ,now virtually l f1ed .'iin.: ;-i'j.o: ... ..' ., :
: : /,/ .. '
: ;
would} have known that The' ,r S It .. 7 iiakqonIt't..t t. dn'e'
he ofjtlurlOthIrist i +
S subject Ocala''Argus : : : t. 5) .;. ; .- f fi
$ ; : .J.'k \1 .cS .
'r.1 ,;
Pk .
foot "XT ..,. :
N from territory acquired from :_ : t tS
the,Senate of Florida had' unanimously every contains j ,?the .following,paragraphJrelatingf'to .; ,: '.\:I.'t. ..' .-S-_.!>.'. '_,:.{',..:.":':.1,-' ,' -5--::;. ;.. ..,' ': .. :i:.... ...:. f''i- ., <".';" 5b. -,.'.. : I:
1exicD I /I: < k'x': "
; \ these'gentlemen 4
res lv d tliat'tf wouldi-.prefer a sepaTfttiouOf yet sobeflitjercnt ,ah'outraire'allefged to'I have;beezrecently > J:I' S'Z} .f&l ttJffSY? : f :: .Ai'MastoT ; t b't P.i'

\I1 the.Stairs, underlie: very cirCUmSta1 two years ago, call uponus -f'Vi committed-' --T"J.--m'fits' ,.* Vipinity/" =! [ .*-. .I'\.UNITBDSTATE3/.S. .:::: NAT, .....,c ..,.' f. ;i& f.radsradobt,,;rneasureahIcb and | ; )

.'c'n.ow, .existing. rather that to submit., and "compromise" away all)I ,: We hnVffh\vever )noi-otb. athority j]1:M r." ?' :.Hjattlep"riresiBntedljjf" "f: jiiteifc' ] ';1' ::un;:ll thl&ie&; J &&. ; i

-1 DR the Corn. the rigHts of-the South S :for the facts stated r 'f'\ \t:> **.-.. '*u \ --\_ t
have:9Cb! a;* rnsqe y- .rroisep : .' .. ,: guinst the! : admission;Q t calirorniasState }ti : ; "e p .1:

.- 7J r T4 ;! t ;

How did that pr -tnd d "Compromise" able Address:, to. ihe people of.Florida, being to1 l n by the Indians from the 'imd ", f rt'4 o; I'jQ1i.n; 1. *". -'-:. :!' V iIT "w-1
i .. : .. Ii'- .
took! from : "- ,8
i affect the South It published. on our first page to dayy we lower pnrt of this countyy has 'proved S : TESTa\i: ,- : '-. .*" ... o.i. ..Kepple>fp$ .

SS oet au de1iveredovcr tothe Frec-Soiler.1; say- rue. The lad was sent for a branding Mr. Huntei I rise to address a mo- fo 'icw i of aU Izo. ;



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t n could, 'be ; ojtcd ,.',._. RO.E", ... ..- .AItER.. ,;_.' \ S rift' t ol ,- t i- .,t
rtjrernrrient never ,that one: r! the gentlemen' l'1; < ''" 1f"\\U'n- ,m .." .. 'Y; ;SaIej BtodCE1ashafl "I GI'E'-'A .f (1 (--' .'- .

I.ct P 1. .Jidtnita Statepresenting It.Dair a sea' on. that ftnor' 'Seliator'ft nowiqtidg m.C, l. <1.. } ( A\A ... ..J: zpose tosantfJ.heConrj If ?'I E; S J t4i : odlos.ofL1a ): '. .)
: '. ; :
.jcli circumstances, if it iro .. :: '<.' ,, I'-t. ND,_. _: ; ': Iff'4.' .Aiuuao uwr.01 jsentoaiucuatr on (her first ilI >Utt gdodI b fot t1I U6zi'h1pa dto.'"', -' .,
.uMuiessra \ ,
rn> '
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frpoiitical ethg M <1o't. :Monday,in Bepteaber .: it I9t hfaf&lr: 'J1as' it i
ctt. for the purpose excluding San Francisco :tho .t cousELLoaL1:: on < .
evening iris &f \ th rtuiainderqfhIs
'. -", ; sale,*the rtollowicgf'prtpeirtj;ta jrUThe cJiOJ $ fm\T' .' .
(ie|. Of the alaveholdingStates arrival l fr m the tfnite)rSUte8.:' lit six : '" ;. : ,' iJ'\f, '-.V' 11" :',. ;i:1f" 'West half 61'the East,naif of section four,.Townishiptwrnty "c'is11. T1WiIngt6eupplythcwetIves 1ri&h. : ,

.: : mportunity settling with weeks 1 thereafter.. be 'was' a:':me\n\ beXqf t! ,WILL prnctice in the,Courta.of thf-Eastern :sixj;Badge'twenty one,; levied iop-, sNe.r" ," ." rk"P-ur- -.."",'i1 nted, "to' 'ca11. .

o rlr in that territory. tho Convention,',and was'ehortly_' Ciz'cuitiu Hamilton toubty.of_tfceif ialddle. CircaitinBentonanii -,. :on as property otWw.ackontosatlsf.v; a,FL t 1 1.- : 1- "<., .
to ro.e'to vote for u bill passed .tIDeirum wards elected : _aifieCr .:;jHillsboro1) coaaties of the Fa.ilS3Qed' from the.,Circuit '0owt! :-JJentpn 71V.M.PiDEWEES..y. "

{ $ s'.ceswould bet the :a ,SeiTntor, nnd-, ;;" thus,in Soutberu circuit, in tie Supremecourtrit Tfdbha -. (.ZountVin'faTorbf'JohnPlatt" ;;, :'' : :A unls.o- : .) i:, '. :, '
agree course "
of six months froth the' time' ss ee,and in.the UnitedStates'"J District WUrtofFloridif ; ,; r" "",'N'-'I, "uooo-e.' J -'- : a"* ***"""* 1* '" L ,

J ; riD iples! which may exclude for of his.'.arrival, he,wts. on his, wayback. ; and yill'prbsvcaUclaims'ftgainsfitbe : ::f- ':,. 4t t SeriffBentonCJty.tds. .' ..:; ..Adraimsfratiotfs. Notices ,,(.t ".'. '
: I 'Leafier, as it does now, thefbfch to \ ashlt : Jriited : United States before'Congress an! theDepart- f1.t112 .lS50 : : -. : ,
3'r gto *:as:a. Slates Se"nY days aner
; datcw.spplicationirillbe .
: "
**, 4a : '
from meatsftUWashingtwu
we all : -1 i. .. fw J.
represent eti- ator. Hei Al,' Foote'roeand' {! ; to the Hon. Jarae '
i T ?
,f fi rtofJbe common territory uf the i ted :.interrup 'Being:located at Jaoksqnyelle/or.l; | f-ae,will Q ircuit.Cpurt: $ :: i 'Probate ? JOejlI 1 Judge ,, ;
.Yul : Nassau ,
i,.. f e, the l latter decltni jzto give his entire: unremitting i attention to iisprofession Qt.ithernlClrCUltpe rmisaioto ,-for .

f t,. t'r"ipriDcil.lt'" of their which constituents destroys, the the yield recklessness the floor and,. the former With, 'that' shall,meet>and' "prompthttention.all business" entrusted to, hisCAre 'of F19t a;:; illsboto gJfC ., the 1Ltate cf John selfth.3'Real.W.DuBdsedecfl Estate belonging.te of saii' to ,.'

audacity by which he Siica&an:'B County.' 1
IB: I. r their States in the c.nifudI'jjeeqnal hnoi so often disgusted and ,J.'Mc&OBEBT. ,BAKER: :: olaBi1(i ;Cbanccry' !.MARyK.DoBOSEAdm CH.\'SW.; 'x, ,

5 Q! I r dignity of those whom I the Senate, asserted that "the disgraced statement I -Attgust- 1850. NANCY M G ILf for I iYore ., ':Nassau County! ,Fla,".August DunOSEAdlllr,185Q5; ,9JSEA ..," ,,:' ., i

: ,' as men and as citizens I was false" Mr. tilee. : Notice J. ORDER' AT CIIAM ERS 1
present t with / i ,
n!. a lsLANuoTTvNa1Ns... f
elaw and their
t.rfeoft equal proper sense of what was due. to his T appearing V"-tosatisfacftpnlSf Oourt, '
Q I copartnership, heretofore, bo subscriber .
1 protection of the government: own character rI1HE. by affidfiv he qoicplainaht filed in said THE still continues the mabnfac- .
Mibc as a gentleman : the this .
as undersigaedis. day dis- Court, that t. ringofths latest improved holler Horse
e defendant
a:' thetODsutution.saU'1f well!l as to tho dignity of the body of, sol red by mutual coogeat. The business of the sides out of th: i,*of Florida, to it'jnthe: reGi I i.nsi double and single,al bU usual rates>and

all the propositions have I Ifl'jetltd which he was member, referred the lute firm'will'ho prosecuted to'.a a which hate been made diso Co l. Spencer, who! la authorized to receive all I a hiring .They can t be seen at all times \
rderlyconduct ofFoote to the presiding due the firm. on the facts CL wu in i xiid till| be;liad at the, I. '" at" l'i the folio"wing,.
moneys gents:
a recognition of inc fall term, in the eighteen'hundred and '. '
either officer year fif f
obtain who after some S. a PENCtt V1ll41 Qgi\&'A'costa .
slaveholding States to withdrew shuffling, ty, of said.Court, provides, that a 'copy of this Centreville;Ga. Capfi-;:. !
flr the a the offensive 3. McBOBERT BiB! '
expression. BAKER. order, be piblishdiu'scrhe I BythewoodiBeiufort&.C.; : J P Deraux,
public Newspaper'of
,. enjoyment of all the territory Yulee then August 1850. this State Charleston,S.:..C. George Brown. iKewnans-'.
Jr -on t proceeded with his remark _. for.the space of three .mjpbtks.at vil : : .
ot leE
t United States, or to a fair divi- *, and showed that the controversy BOUNTY- LAND least, before' the 'fiws say 'of the said wroi of r F., ,Tisoh& .Harris,.Ocato-;E F. ,.' ."' \
tj Clrart. ALSO.
between the slave .
thattrrito'Y between the slave States and free WITNESS Extra'Boxes and Brushes can be had tilii '' _
ANDGENERAL nsza?at Chambers
e.ff' i*and( nou-slaveholding States ofBJOII States,. upon the questions of political I of Jane my ic tat year of our Lord, thjs.fi/th"one thousand dajr. Subscriber at moderate rates., ,Persons irtnting' '.'
. -every effort having failed power, had existed previous to the formation AGENCY 'har/3red iind fifty Gins,or Gins repaired,will please direct to ,AgcnKorto \ I

: cbI lias been made t. obtain a fair of the Constitution and continued WASHINGTON, D. C. I .,JOSEPH B. LANCASTER, .' .1UEL.L..DURNs.. ...
Judge of the Circuit Marys,. Ga. Augusts 1850. 6m \
be Court for '
the proposed to
' lionof
, .
territory to the
: : up present lime. Ho JOSEPHS 1VALKEK, Will '
re give .
>I- .'"M|,tin as the Stale of Oalifnrnii.b15t13' ferred to Jay's treaty, to cede ihe exclusive prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY June29,tile l8U.Southern Judicial Circuit 3m of Fla. : W II I, T, ,E SPUING : ;: ( I
.1'. f, we dissent from this bill, right of LAND CLAIMS ofoflhers.and soldiers engaged in -, J
navigating the Mississippi .

l Ifi. i I protest against its passage, be- to Spain for a period of thirty the Wars lute in Florida which the War United.States.or either. of..have the been Indian en Is Circuit- Court. -> 1ft; 4t."- ",.' ,j ) !,

ll' i in sanctioning measures so con years, which was intended ra glged"ol" the with Great ., 4
to cripple War Britain of 1812. Eastern. Circuit of Florida.: Ilatuillon. CODal,. P orld'a. I
." LID former precedent, to obvious and al rest tbe prosperity of the Southern and to any description of business requiring un: ) .

- ;jy; t.i the spirit and intent of the and Southwestern States. This Agent or Attorney at Washington. For procuring In Chancerv.AT 'rIIE UNDERSIGNED Public that respectfully fDm" '
- United States fore I i ipurp'l laud wnrran ttj his charge will be $5 In they are the Lessecs of .
) imofthe
stilut was Hupported by the Northern members other cases it will be a term of'tle .Cirouit"Court held at t1ie'Court this celebrated Spring. and would respectfully
J, tlf t.xclntling the slavehold- and opposed! by the Southern and difficulty of the to the nature House at Alligator, in and for the urge the afflicted to come and be healed. The
ihe thus be I, dounty of Columbia,on Tuesday,the i4thdiyof virtue of ihe water is > '
1 Inte" from territory to who being in He will also act in connection with a fixed fact'7-not ideal. ;
a minority, resorted to t Agents or, May A.D. 1850
present, the Hon.Thos. To those afflicted with
, I ::tlt 1 info n State, this government every legislative expedient within their Attorneys in Florita who may be employed in Judge of said c urt.. FULA, DYSPEPSIA, RHEUMATISMSCRO and the .
that the nxclusiDn ofryfroin'1' Bounty land and other claims on terms which Thousand ills
, ilcclares ,
[fleet power, and successfully staved ofl the be ELIAS hich mortals are heirs to; we would
may agreed Letters
upon. which \
( should '
U ti-rritory of the United I question for three years, when the adoption be post-paid) will receive immediate KNIGHT"1 Bill of Divorce. fully suggest that l tey try its virtues,believing ,
'. 1r5: isaiiobjiTt St high and itttporiiuioj'Jstify of the Constitution changed the re tion.! Aug. J7 1800 tf MARY I[ from many alurost nriracukus cures effected by

11 a disirgnrd not only j lative having beer made to to its use, that they also will be similarly benefi
strength of parties, and defeated II appear tiatisfac- ted. .
> of sound A CAR D tionof the Court by Affidavit that .
. the De
policy the
principles ,
I t ill tI tL \ the obnoxious proposition. He referted t The_seeker pleasure will here
fendant find
Mary Knight, resides beyond the hit a delightful -
omsliiulioii itself. A- -' -' '
.takiflf t llie) to the Missouri Compromise which itg i of the State of Florida I place to while away time. Their Table will
und in the State
. my absence,from this State I bate of) :
l'I xrlnsion ui' must now andrrrerpwtest forced DURING be spread with the best of the land ,
,'B uU) was upon the South by the almost I. business to the Georgia: I nod no ex '
my of Mr.
care ertion
I ai it ;is des; ructive 'if t.nanunous vote of Northern CHARLES P. COOPER It is, on motion of W. M.Ives, Esq.,Solicit or on their part will wanting to provide
I'f men Attorney at Law. .for"the comfort
1I1d libt'rtirs nf those whllsc1tj.ltib'i'eb"t' bers Jacksonville East Florida for ; of said Complainant, ordered that tha Raid De ,and pleasure:of visitors.
ssfriy Congress with prosecution
to.a. The
'fu I'e a portion tor the fendant I surrounding. is filled with '
'frr close. Mary Knight do Deer
In and
conunitti'd to our car? Southern thus transferring business to Mr. appear plead, and '
my i
; and showed from the debates COOPER I take uhdwer' or demur the Complainant's Bill Turkeys, and the Strea ns with the finest .
. 'I IJ iltoitrpace J ariil i-quality of t Ii it' i that pleasure in giving assurance of of of fish. Good dogs irad '
it within fishing tackle
was considered by leading his high moral and professional Cooplaint four months, or the said Dill will be at
I I integrity and all times
at their
:1 IL L :iifs' 1.lticb'C' represent, and mustjdJfp.TMMeil I I members on both sides of the question r', cheerfully bespeak for him that consideration and the matters therein contained will be takenas Conveyances from service.
in, to tho dissolutionlihat to divide the free and from my friends and claimants to which direct
alave territory by both: And t o the SPRING at ull times
it is .
I conf,' in which the slaveMing : the line these. so cmineutlv entitle him. further ordered that a copy of this ready.
i 'racy of 36 30' the Board month .
to Pacific
ortler certified per
'ean.1 ,duly be -
I published in some Newspaper $20,00 -
Sb'.es.lmv: iieVt-r :'lughtllwrtJ \1 Y. Children and Servants
LtJ r. heie yielded to a motion to ad August, 10 18:0. 5t within the Eastern Circuit of Florid 10,00 -
-M, .q'4I1hIJ.tltcl l in \vhicli they will journ, which8S rejected once week consecutively for tho period of four Horses per month, 1500
by a vote 19 J. Itt
c ROB J: U T
.. leitiiiin with le & RYAN. .
': [IiI .ontfiit to ::s. to 25. He then
proceeded some time ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE STATE OF FLORIDA March. 30, 1850. .
' E. FL.A \ _
- 1. :ti. MASON, Virginw.M.M.T.HUNTEK longer, when he again yielded Columbia S.S, -' .'
to a request County;
I I NOTARY For Sale. _
from Mr. PUBLIC I S.
Dawson who exclaimed SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of the Circu t'Court

-. ;. UUTLER.Somh; Carolina. against the course pursued by the ma COMMISSIONER.APPOINTED in and for said County,do here certify that the npHE A "The following Low Tract tracts" of sitnated valuable land,to wit f
R. U. BARN WELL.I above contains a true copy of the order at the head i' .
jority towurds Mr. duly
S L. TUItNETenflPSre.. and alter highly BY,THE FOLLOWING STATES: made and entered of record on the above seated Indian River, containing Five Hundred acrt
II. !
complimenting! his speech again moved to take TESTIMONY AFFIDA- case. 'more or less,-also-the"Pablo Tract," situate-.

", ViERRE OULK: 1 Luuisiaiia. an adjournment. Mr. Dickinson of VITMnud ACKlVOWI'BnGEMENTS Witness my band and tueS alSEAL. on Pablo Creek near the mouth of the St. Johi '

,r 1EFFERDA' IS, Mis i.ssippi.DAVIDU. i New York, aUo bore testimony to the TO BE USED THEREIN. I [ ] of said Court, this 30th day Of River, supposed to contain over Two Hundred

- ATCHISON, Missouri May, 1850. acres-rincluding some fine hammock and :i
i high ability and great research display Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, .-SCARBOROUGH small Tract Woodland in the vicinity-of tli:
J.KSON('HTUN, Florida. ed by Mr. Y. and the Connecticut, New YOlk CLsQ Town Jacksonville, (
II II Vant mass of valuable Pennsylvania, June 8, 18M. 4m containing Thirty ns
1ILYCLEE.Sci.atcCliintbcr facts which he had thrown 1 bpfore Delaw&reMaryland Carolina., .- more or less.-Terms loc p

1 i iL ) AuguKt 13, 1850 the Senate and the Sooth Carolina Georgia, Ala. Attachment For further particulars apyly to
country upon bama, Mississippi } Notice., CHARLES P. COOPER
Texas. :
MIIl .Juim UiI'isIr.. F"Oie auc.ll\Ir. .
important and July, 27 .
subject, expressed 1350. ly FEI.IX LIVUJGSTOW, ) Ag't.and Atty. for the
win, opjiose i tlic ciK'ti'tm. the hope that ample timo would be allowed LIFE INSURANCE, OR vs. > Columbia C6. Ea'L ot.J'as.Dell,dec.

: 11 Mr.IWiins-iid 1 ; hit views of the him to finish his remark, and PROVISION FOR THE WIDOW AND'OR- WILLIAM PIlILIPS.THE ; Jacksonville July 6. 3m- ..', .

, I !llrlli of jlir) paper[ had; not been read, he seconded the motion for adjournrnmt. PHAN. defendant and nil others interested are NOTICE. C"

f I \Il wan ,men .h t raction.'rhc'lIalllfS The question was again taken notified of the commencement of : "

I :i ij it ( were read as followsAichison on the adjournment,. and negatived. IT1ToR\ !( LIFE INSURANCJE this suit, returnable to a Justice Court, to tel ONE month afterdate t shall apply to the .

- 1'.r5. liarnwoll, Butt''.-r. Mr. Butler held at Alligator oil Saturday the 15th day otJ Judge of'the Probate Court of "
then rose, and made an COMPANY. June next, and Columbia for leave
Jlfi ap'pt'nl to. appear and plead to the sai '. county, to sell the Real Estate -
*,of. Jis". Hlwl.Iasoll i ; Morton) to the majority upon the impropriety OFFICE 106 BROADWAY, COR. or PINE STREET, Given under mjhs d id seal tbe,31st ,belonging to the Minor heirs of George 1\.

Sniir*i Turney and Ynh-o; of their course. He warned them Capital now, (principally invested in U. S. ks day of Afoy; A: D1840. Barnes dec., of. which all persons interested .

,1. I )Ir. \ ii1tItrop admiitcd thi right '.fprthioii that if persisted in it would beget 28OOOO DOLLARS. &o ,) mi. B. ROSS. are desired to take notice. .

11 fs hut not of the protest. I HeteeJtLai [ 'pirit of resistance on the part: of the. AND RAPIDLY ACCUMULATING. June 1,1850. Justice. of the Peace. I S. C. BARNES. ,

: : .he S attempts August W,1850. 5t.
irr flattli(. of Oaliforniu. to the bill. He TKtSTEJM -
. pass also i ;
complimented ]Morris Franklin President of the New York Life I
. i .frBl'rrj.on? gave as u reason for I not A Ir. Yulee's speech having no supe Insurance Company. PROVLAIUA'lI'IONBy NOmJ T-.

iVWijrtlrtpaper' that his legislature ri during the present session in the Pliny Freeman, Actuary New York Life iii en- the,Governor of the State of FloridaWHEREAS THE heirs and all persons interested in the

: tit'Q a tanrt on tlu subject, and I it interest of its details and the valuableinformation ru3ceCompafly. I it is required by law that an of James S.James, lateof-t coun
rlS 1'ot that ,he shouM in'fpoft'an Orsainus Bushnell, Attorney and Counsellor I 'ty of Hillsfeorough, dec.. are Hereby' notified.
at be
it held in this State
I IIt'ccessary imparted. Mr. Atchi- on i the ,
l Law. 20 NassauStreet.David .that on the first Monday in September nextI
first ,
I opiaiun.ssrx soa followed! Mr. Butler, and said if t the A. Bokee, Bepreaentative in Congress. Public Monday Lands in to October hold.fOtilt L Xt; form Regfetc of Ifvill apply to the Honorable Judge o(Probate,
}'' Jfliields Hmitrr nn.1 l Jefler- friends of the bill Alfred Freeman M D. Yt irs.: aud until his of the county BiHsborough.to have dow
I 1. were determined to I ,218 East Brocd way. successor shall be elected and qualified ; ray
., I *Davis, supported The motion.lr. i force its passage this evening it would John M. Nixon. (Doremus & Nixon, Dry It is therefors ordsreci That the sid :election ceased er of the allotted real and.personal property' said de

; >ll Downs opposed the motion, and I lesult in a mere contest of physical Goods) 39 Nassau-Street. be held throughout tie State.on the said first in to me according to the statutes' a
made and .
Heury A. Nelson' late case provided.MARGARET ._ _
\ ( '
Nelson & "
: "f some views the Ran .. Monday in October next according'to law. .
again- argumentse sslrenglb, which might result disastrously dam) 2-2 Cedar-Strert. C. JAMES \
1 ( protest.' l their He L Soaman Given under my hand, and the Great '..AdIQi' ..
to anticipations. then Henry (Late Representative in Congress Seal of the State of %
Florida Kit the i
:- Jlr. Pratt was procceiding 'to com- moved fur the postponement of the bill I II now Seaman & Muir,) 231.Broadwa ly. [Seal] Capitol in Tallahassee, 15th day Tampa: August 10 1850. 4t. .: '
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the when Mr. Hunter I John C. Beach, Counsellor at Law 14-Varick -
c t.on protest, ur.til to-morrow, which was rejected Place. ,. of July A. D. 1850, Noticed

.:'.' .t. niJcr staled that they bud x ll5- ayes 23, noes 23. Mr. Soule then IH__1tlC_ (1.KandalL mrtvnrUr.._..._ ., fc. n* n ____,I'-- THOMAS. BROWN- .. .,-.
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rivtd it. Mr. i'ralt said he would Dealers -IV. iuiwuruing uovernor of t oric1a. ', .4 LL persons haying any claims. or demand ,
moved which Merchants
.-: an adjournment, was rejected & i ri,Foreign. Exchange) By,the Governor-Attest: '. j' xX Of whatever' kind ',the
against Estate -if
lo-postpone the subject in order j 23 noes' 23. Mr. Atchison 6 Wall-Street. .
- j ayes .ii.Tl.DOWN 'iG,- # f Jatoes Jarass! deceased.are hereby required .'' '
:: Jfi rd tie to examine tlu? paper. then moved to postpone the bill un- Samuel and Commission C. Paxson.Merchants(Allen & Paxson, Shipping Secretary of State. present tliemto. the;under ,signed, administir-

. 1te IIlOli n wtl.postponed..Ccmsporult.1Jce till to.morrowvhen some of the ma J. J Herrick, (T, K. Herrick,)&134 Co.Front-street.Im trix.of his Estate within the time,'..prescribed It, '

,. j ;.rit) seeing the fixed purpose of the' and:Iealers in Statiouery,) 78 Johri-street, orter8, NOTICE. I I debarred law or in from default..thereof; .'they, 1:.will be.forever .

.; qftis.X J1erCUTY.W.1S minol'v lo interpose the forms of legislation :' J. M. Wardwell, Hardware, 241 Pearl- tr et. TO CLAU\ TS All recovery J > .
op BOUNTY indebted the
: ,LANDS. persoiis. to Estate are required
J. 8. E. & J.
( Bussing & Ca. Nail
l fortu'eir: protection in and and
to make
. l August, 7, 16130. gave Iron Manufacturers,) 33 Cliff-street THE undersigned! proposes to obtain War.I amntto.the undersigned. .
the motion was cnrricdj;; ayes, 25, noes Spencer S. Benedict, (Benedict&Rockwell,Importers for lands for claimants who 'will MARGARET C.JAMES.

-ootoday- 23, and the Senate the:' adjourned.In of Hardware,).81 Pearl-street.. be'entit.1Cd'thfet under the Act now..before ? :? Administratrix.' ,

:: t tV tll tbeS'natc the bili fer the I the House the day wan. consumed Cyrus Curtiss, Oils, 111 Wllter- treet., Congress when the same shall have v bed and Aug.iO, 1850, .? :3m, <

ment or the Texan in- Daniel S. Miller, [Dater, Miller &'Co. Shippers become a law, for the moderate sum of FIVE Admin ,
boundary, in debating the Po' t Office bill. and Grocers DOLLARS r each Warrant when'obtained. isli-ator's IVotice.A .
] Front-street.
:uced by Mr. lcarccVas taken up, .' ., The object of this notice is IJiiion'inebtedto, the estate'of
William Barton, [Grant &'Barton Dry Ooods1 F to giro to claimants Joseph '
1'4 eli1r.. Underwood made some re- 135 William-street. opportunity of procuring warrants at.the '/V Vanghtjlate ofPutnam.cbunty.deceased,

.1. :1 in opposition to it but before TAKING A RiDE.-At ordentownN., J., William Cox,Dusenbury, [Woodward & Du"eenbury least' -possible expense. are requested_ f ,fmak-eJ;immediate payment .
; VJi rtl'JTVT <
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. cludiltg it 12o'clock ho the other day, the managers the rail;' ,Commercial Agents],45 William-st.' Those wishiugte secure the services.of the the uuuctoigupuju.uu th g ; ,agaInstthe
, I being gave road Trenton F undersigned,''will.call'.at his.otLeeor 'address estate are hereby notified to,presenthern
to were pinto a non-plus. .
, 'r.1o a motion to proceed with thu The which' Having issued' over 5,300 policies, this Company him by.letter, and prompt attention, will be given :;;Witbinfthe time'prescribe ty,law, or this notice

. 1 iii older, the bill for the admission locomotive wq.s.to'carry' is now established on a firm basis.. to their. claims... PHILIP FRASER. ; 'will. fee, plead in bar of their recovery; _
the morning train to Trenton was missed The-insured are the only Stockholders and < .I '
,rGrnia. I :
in Attorney at law.
Mr. Yulee proceeded (
Ct all 4
the divided .
and could be no where found. The profits are annually JackaonTiUe, LF.'July 20 18 0/ TSfc" *" AdmitJismtor ,

.''Buatioii it1i.tha remarks cotrinccd was compelled to another Certificates. dividend- are- -issued. -:annually -. -. ., -. ._ .";,.v. .O.un.". "..nA.1.i.".H.fi.- .IU w.> -.., ',.._., ,: 'C
Ii yestetday in support his pro-' engineer get to the parties,'or placed at their credit 'on the : '- S.-._."_..,.. ,.
i "HIOD I to substitute a Territorial Gov- with which he went to Trenton, -where I I. 'Books of the Company, and such'dividend is an IN JItcriIt COURT FOREASTERN'ciRCUIT'OF'pq L O T- ; ; .a I 1tUl'.rht' ; !d -:

\Dent for the bill. He adduced a he 'found the runaway.' It seems that. addition,to the sum insured, ,.bearing 'Interestat '...., .. '.FLORIDA,. ..SIX months after date I slasfl present my ac. "
six per cent; per annum payable in'cash. ; o coti tsa.d.ouc, the i.
' some tim,during the night an insane ; ': 1-. i.. Ii; 'CIIAK. E1i. o Hon.Judge of
etjoffacts and to On insurances for the whole tera :
argumontsvas .of Life : Probate of Duval-county fcvafina1iettlement
had made ,premiums F : < :
el number vidhziracteofthP0PUltt- fellow gone to. the engine, afire when amounting to fifty dollars'may, at F Tbomis'oEalthe k, -t' -.- -- :land risk a;discharge from fbe:ftiVtit.i;? i a '
',' took in water,greased the machine the option of the insured ,be fl' : : "ii r"Bill for rOC1osUe tration of.tho.estate
e io tie! Conventionir4)e4tsQonstitutsolJ paidwbollyIn JqhnJE. Saunders, deed- .
pjrecented idor. '
: ; his Blancharor&; J1 : ,')7= -I.; .::iL r >< ;, "' *. .
ry, and..then set pfIueZcUSion,0f cash" or forty perc nt.or.teamouutp'emainOiL : bte.otDuvAlcounty.t, : ; -i
) and thuenc'es theToad.. He passed all.the credit. in their,own notes. ,paying.nteezt rat ':IT:haTingbeenmade. to appear.by aSdatii..to. ;. ,; ic- '1LmYESAUNDERB.[ '. ,', .

under which tliey tie'd. The i own diixvii a did, six per cent.r .' ? "- ":%: ,. ,"f..:' I, ,_' \the otthe J' ,of said Court"that''':'Emorr':Rider.. *.! 1 l',t' '.crt".a'd, ". m:'."t" '.-..., .' ; .
stations at flying paceand not stop : one defendants
.)tng candidate :pe > f f the mostlOUs Insurance on thoLife.is the oi )expedient s1i in the soove entitled.;case -,Jaeonvifle,FeD23d,'18:50," < ':'f.-.I-'i.iI ,
until! h-el had Reached:, TrenionTwhere: be the incomYof the Natural j : t ols&Cfruit "IItliStati:. -: ,'_ ' '' '
Protectorafser :
distiicts ,Tof' 'thsi. Territory perpetuate ., : !
,. aidstha he,'tfriljTivanted to see how fast :death. To .him'and tho8i'heiovegicfrfew ; oft New YorkJjai '-'ii1 \ 'N, .,.-1 : Y.1' '; .: : 'L' ;:
1thttix' the Con.OhUD ; : :,11 l .
' delegateslo 'the 'That he a Biibstiuiial solace.even for the"grareA' 'JI..tlWffo1i i"r tI, thataMfeiidt _- .,.1 2- oce.j".o." ':
. Jdnak thing
he : : "
,'received.$5":v tes,-apd.sev- go. prudent man foreseeth the'evil.aud.hideth&Ui.\ moJ e doappear.arid answer th aid'bill :,S' IzI J';nois 1t'rflatei shall precntisy.cz :, '. ;

. .,from. )ther diotricu;: i receiyjed., escaped destruction.48 alrnostmira" CUi I .Ie if"; '.,4.- Jo''", _".."... '.q. .-_..\or.'.' .,--',,' of qomp1lntth1bfJiir wonthVotherwisa. .ihe", -- 'ouJtlnn; uehersMthAA,!. x -.'"::: ',_'
ba ;' basic, :t ou II It., ... ,,-; .- w '"co] adtabtege 'Ga1d..' .. onnlahiantsbilI ihill be taken "'ic t J f; Ii '_E t t : t osh ,'R.H. '.t ae'Hoia .', .. ,
'lo 'Personstanlearna1)be and .
t thett show.tbe, $ ".
: own, .. ''. I- ': t i 'aelSO. '' .JrH. < '-,'..' !. !-.. ,-:"'"".'.r'j.J/ _," fJOO""otPr tif. !i'Co1 'd..ti '
'tesofIn1uraflCeftOiU&fl7: ; 'Of ith>M entstbfthf ; <*itm w *t j .
't0 v -
which it'was hurried: through:,lie: "Tho, .London, .Economist :says the 'Ccsapany personally! pJimpUst to be 'UJUIhf0T4kre&, thtJt'bl.ti :h 1i ul T sca art thejiamo tlit(ap1>y,tcf'eaid Gmt,IbiCESTHSRteAUBBRSOlL i ., ., \ r'

: d ( nrh' the debates in:the.C/ioTen- ' ; .IPniteiStates I. b..dOheWU I .. _.,.4.. .. ,'__. t, __... ., ,. ., Uahed1ii: Neipr, rudatesoraU1e: .1 dischigs froi su 4 dmlapat1on, I\" IAU'pers ,.
anncxdiibn of dubif the "
; ,' I" "" Payal.C,uutii otsce a we k m-rc1. rn > .. .
\ .twenty one of the most!jtppdr*;: ,' '. .. 1.MoROJERT:. B&KU, "- ., b'hi.-!' d are JUr bk::110tfc 0 : .

t 'M h.S k.. provisions ''of ,tHe;; Constitution 'would. be?. highly'-D taeficia t .t ,..,... -1.Ufff.. ,"- ......, ;, '. ;1" ', ,.1J-t. ;; THOMAS.'-; DOUGLAS'&<# ;: .i;4. :< -:. "t""f, -:, ': .-.'' ls...i.i.. !; *.f.;,....!.._.:':. ..,':'
Jud e &C .t--lt.1.4. .

.tdnven through, iht body ..in.t4.c British commerce:. :/:. '" If '. H.. no' Holland Medical, July 20th. 1850 4ni ; ?..IIIZItot{: 15tli"!lSf"' ', ; -. '; _.:.-....., \


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mott_ )ACB.JUkte. .rcYouuiuns ,the: extended;'pltrpnag 'twbic iasbithero =lai ,'-a '" .QD
among the nations Europewhichihav been' bestowed npon this ifellLknoiro: :,estab .and..most fasJllonnbQ t 1aceso tbusinesS z thy; p e'8h''lije" 'Q diii !et.c5 ,
followed each other,in edchquick' succession !torment itjbey : iLtrictibli:iVo.'Qii.'-'+f.\h :-it:1Ib.W': &&guel inter : bGUhit '
leaing lishment.In order the bctteir ... \ "V-J-y- TOT'*"*ftWWsW Pbr
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and 6f which'utKe'end is yet have, become- have enlarged:.and thoroughlyrep: ir4tli f'1.P9r" :: ; "i -t.s' Jight.:'Jn\l 'Tentiation. ;' E jit Severs & .f "i.'; >i-&J1umbe. '?.frem"*.B tfiJ3Jfei

-dl periodicals: of GreaVBritain hitherto: building, and Adopted many, improvements*t6; pnnclpal'objects aIrd dIntho: t : }!O'. "oU\l. Drey j..l vo A' .
invested with a degree of interest un- promote the health and' mfort of.th'eirgucstsV Jargemcnt 1 and tbot gh itoproveiaentvor.tnisrlouse ?L.\ tJOW S7N ft oTl
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records lif : :
its i peculIirlyTdcsirSbl f1 The
i the superintendence pf ani experience! i positibtf GB
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furnished ,
and ponderous ,treatiEcs to be o Subscribeicfi iz.ci, lirv& frie&**1nIthe I
Hostess .whose, aid, 'jfiatter theniselvesthOy xi1th
.by .DLCWj13UD'
Whoever ,13A3APAlZiJA13: : ,
at a future day; ,
the historian th4iberalatroflahef Jilweoxtended .Jot
by obtains a.correct nnd sballf not be,.rjyalled ,by anylloteljin the pubflc'or) wilt _. _ 1 and sneed, c f.or plen COJ '.1
reads these periodicals 4ssures; j pi'
.South, being now enabled by,the constant steamf to 1 ud hqm} ,.t.h ; torthe': = "
of all the important'politicalevents ; z11 t generalpiysfrIti nof: I.
connected account communication with,Savannah and Charleston, ,:endeavor. to merit a'cont1nW1nce.ottheJl\\"o. : : s.;..I, gT JLir' Bn.. .fattw1iethei' ti fJNen -
occur and '"" "ANiENrj1t Li: V c Ml' .bt
old world as they .
of the to have The advantage of the finmket t.8 ot 'l"'IjJL" I j" -40'" 'F. GLtSS. .. ... ,, j.-'i.'ti- "4.f.,..'-'' :---s,tjsepared '
learns the various conclusions drawn from American them those Cities. In addition they,bring to "&business -' June 29:18:5 : ft"i, :;3ni.t; :{ ; f.;l".. S kJ ? !;. J t byaregular5wisalij ; J J't 'accident,.p.ced. br. ; tr'nb. t
the leading spirits of tho age. The --' l'h and 1ith >f < .i \ I.
by to call an experience of many years, which will R'; R.iK'E.C.. ; 81cI' nl anjateni: Nohing'can be.oie 8UJ'mid'.t1.._ .:
therefore deem it proper r bit' _
Publishers several 1 / tf bfllofcII.riA I '
I practice bff : ita
enable them to judge better the means- of attending >
to the works they republish,I R.; R. REID &'.Chuikl- pgorating-effecta on.tbi 1 .
renewed attentiou 'Thosewho havclusedl it themse uumQ"e.
of- tothe wants of those who visit the raild M"ESSRS attached ves on8i all'*kb i and lassi. 'p.ct
at which they are )Yhiirfirid the Buildings ,
and the low prices ctlponbo1ier 'need aci.farther wat
very J '
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climate of Florida for the .of.health ; >
fered to subscribers. Tho following is their:: or pleasure. purposes, e :" .. are. now prepared' in'connection!::withf their' '. *eiaenceofitsgrea: : .value,' The Jie '. once becme robust and full,of en i.

lilt, viz: THE, INCREASING reputation .yrhich;Jh'e ,climate -{ DRY'GROCEBYif'HA.lUJ.W.t1.BE: Jbfthoti S df-ia8'bein'perfeetjr" ] ";res ored"b nerYelessnesV itsinfluente; of It'iiimediately. ,count ra ti
LONDON QUARTERLY.REVIEW, .A.1.VD"'MISCELLANEOUS' 'EST.A.BLlSH this"taedicirie; when{ all other'remedie&'ha'lal thek'femal.great.cause < which t
THE of Florida possesses'in the.es l"l11:1t oi1.ot 'COMMISSION'BUSINESS : of,barrenness.L ., .f q

TIlE EDINBURGH REVIEW, the medical faculty for the curd of consumption MENT.ti' .do:a J"?GENERAL.!>..T ," F: 'V* '' >; 'rTheir'charjesWe'established ., !'Its:'operation.s; J simply:suspend, :It;/will.,no. :be,expected OftULi. 't "
NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, anti other pulmonary diseases, hainducedavast ? ,thu.diseaiefor.a timebutto.: $urifythq sysnteni faeljcaft ft nature- to\exnibi :l f'eo
travel this the, by'the.SavanJna'h'rates. fndrestoreit to spund,and perfect,health;' ,, een1flcattiOf
increase ef to
REVIEW *t ,: .\t Wormed,but.,we can assure, the
THE WESTMINSTER fall and ',winter months of those who ek'tJ 1 J \ .JS i-" ; A small' ;IJV wfonthe causcs,-treatmc t afflictedSit
: lundreds of have
AND relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,- andin They.are' the Agents':of.>the u.sraui and cure of fever and aguie and other'diseasesjof cases, }beenreport to MDB.Thwwst '/
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. Steamers ''at .Inis':"place arid. arc now'enabledto of rin.delsigned. i ,- T..? 'M/twife. <
BL.VCKWOOD'S view of this fact, the subscribers have determin-. bilious cliates'ay-behad.. gratis. the tr db1"eabess and ggreaud
reprinted in New. offer ev(ry facility,to the Merchant,Planter # I genera' deb';
The above Periodicals are ed that their exertions to.merit the patronage: .? *.H'If : 11b4
York immediately on theirarrival by the British which .shall be bestowed upOJi'them'shall..Hewithoetxegard ; and>tiie Public generally/ >* .. f1 .I Also,;:numerous...certificates from men of the I ,sufieniiigcoitintilly''Jia by' pAin 'azdjth"diffitdtiesand :
flue Goods consigned t#their bare will be feceiv- the ; g tnOQ
steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on to toil or expense. highest re rectabdlty.tcshrY1Dg"t great, medicineKhas. .euel1tittt'7ctr
and are faithful copies of the originals : BUFFINGTON &' COX. 'cd and forwarded with despatch. .-> efficacy'of this:medicine, c nbe, seen oriappliication ;effectea; great lCU1'fI"j -and.hearing \
white I
Blackwood's p.iper, Magazine being an exact fac- JaokaonviUe, Oct. 6, 1849 tf Their Sto ,'Qfficc. and Warehouse are situated to. ..' ., 'f. U. I .describe jecomiaended, I obtained for such cases7iw ErS!
: bottle
edition.In d.the Savannah convenient to the Wharf. T. O. HOLMES &, CO. a
imitt of the Edinburgh nTho Charleston Mercury, i E. F ) of Barsaparflla' followed ttt'&SSSS
contained the views Palatka, St.John's'River, January,
these periodicals are Georgian will please copy the above
moderately, though clea.rly.ln firmly expressed until forbid. 1849 -1y Jacksonville.Feb.. ,24-..1849. 6niTOWNSEND'S .;, plaints and restored her,;to1ejgratemul.for. ; a,
of the three great pirtics in England-Tory Just Kceived, per Brig Egyptian," 11 ,the. benefits, she, iS"plearare Be
Whig and Radicallookwood" and the Notice. from New York, a choice supply of ,DR COMPOUND EXTRACT in thus.aclaioiri. gijjgi received.

"London Quarterly'' arc Tory;; the "Edinburgh Review" weeks after date I shall apply to the provision, consisting.of '.SAKS AP A KILL A. mending. it to th,public: '. ItaJd. '.* ,

Review" Whig"North; and the British"Westminster Review" owes its SIX Hon. Judge .f l'robate of Hillsborough Flour Bacon; Pork, Hams, .But, This Extract is put ,up tn, quart' 1Ile1-it is M'DMOOREcor.ofGdLyd W.sfct

Liberal. The to the last great ecclesiastical county, for letters of Administration on the Es-. ter, Lard, Cheese, Sugar, Coffee, six times'hr.aper, pleasanter,and Warranted superior Albany,Aug;,.1844,. .
establishment Scotland and is not ultra in its ate of George S. Payne, late of said county. to any sold. It curesdiseases; without ',TO J! THEB'S'- RRIEiiLa1E8
in ,
movement. one of the grand departments otClUmln deed. JOHN DARLING. Dried Apples, Peaches, &c., &c vo.mit1g,purging,sickening or debilitating the patient This xtractof&parillJ has been express,
views on any edited Tampa,fla., mar16, '50.Lav ana is particularly adapted for aFALL ly pi-epared reference
knowlooge.j; It was originally by.' : Also, in to.feniale. mpj.
since hisdeath. is'con.- Oil White AND WINTER MEDICINE.The .No female who,has reason to she
Chalmers, and now. Hay Lamp Oil PaJnt suppose inr,.
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associated Notice. and of this Sar proaching that
his son-in-law Dr. Ilanna, : great beauty superiority critisalperiod,,"the turn of 1UV J
I With Sir by David Brewster. Its literary character -; JACKSON VILLE, AUgU3t 21, 1S49.flAyING .i Lead'Glass: &c., -0 > sapar'Ua over all other'remedies is, it. .eradicates should neglect to ,take it, as j it is a certain pis

is of the very highest order. Ihe "Westminster -. left the State for California I all of which i is offered for sale at.the. lowest. I disease, it invigorates ventive for any;;
repywe-l under that title only, transferred my business to Col. cash prices, by body, consumption cured., diseases to which .females are .su jecttLt tlis

is published, in England under *e title of the Samutl Spencer, who will, in conjunction with JOSEPH FINEGAN'i, cleanse and strengthen, time of life. This period may deIayedtor:

Foreign Quarterly and Westminster it be- Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to May 18, 1830. tf' consumption can be cured, several years by using this medicine.: :Noria it

union of the two Reviews forae.rIvVublished a close.. w -. Ironochitis, consumption, liver complaint, less valuable for those who! are;:.apprbadiirf

ani reprinted under scperate, toiles The Militia claims in my charge will be attended 1 RICE,STRAW IIATS;( colds, '!cVughs.catarrn.,asthma, spitting -- onuwlood-,- as it calculated to acsisi Batw

therefore, the advantage by thisctubination to by myself, in connection with Cot .p1N.ALASD of blood,sorenessin the uhest, by q- kening the;blood and inyigontiBg-tli

uniting in one work the best fea- Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Wash- hectic flush, night sweats,difficult system. Indeed,this medicine is'inTahalle for.
Ladies' Bonnets Bonnet
of both as heretofore issued.! ington,and every effort made by us joiutly to i ; Trimmings; or profuse expectoration all the diseases. .which'women ore'sulject.
ures of any or all the above worksI prosecute them to a successful result. I have' Stationary of every description ;. and pain It,braces the whole'syBteinyreneirsperinan'ently
Four copies of the collect the due these Sga A general assortment of Boots and Shoes. iu.theside&cJiav the natural .._.
to on
be seat to one address on payment reg1 no authority money and energies by"removing the
for sale]
Just at reduced
subscription for three-the fourth copy claims, as I have always preferred to have what :, and impurities of the body-not so far stimulating
\ ,xr ra.ttS. ,ever money may be appropriated placed in the prices at the store of WM. P. DEWEES. .' cacbc the system as .to produce a subsequent reku.
% ing TEBMS.foranyoneofthofourllcviews. hands of a local paymaster, such as the parties cured. lion, which is the case of most medicines tale.

$3,00 per.' interested may select, after the act of their re April 20. tf Probably ther? never was remedy that has for fcmalo weakness and disease.

do 5.00.ll lief. GREGORY YALE. been so successful in desperate cases ofconsurnp- DISEASE OF'THE, REAR .R UP.
For any two, do. 7OU '' August 28, 1849. tf JLitid for Sac.g5L tion as: this; it :Icanse find strengthens the ,TUBE AND'DROPSY'TEW !

For any three, 8OO'cc I FOR SALE ottwetn nine aUld ten thousand system: and appears to heal the ulcers on the > Your,July" 22 1846:
oftbeReViCv5 .
For all four ,, 3,00 Schoo Roois: 2 acres of Land, situated in Nassau lungs,'and the patients'gral; ally regain their DE. TOVTMEND-Dear $irMy wife ha

For Blackwood's Magazine Reviews 9,00 County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. usual health and sh; ngth. been afflicted with a.;disease of the Lent and
For BUckwood and three t Towns Spelling Book, Kirkham's Grammar, Maiy's Riversj bpihg a portion ofth Waterman CURIOUS .CASE OF CONSUMPTION. with terrible inpture for over fifteen
For Blackwood and four Reviews. 10,00 Blake's Rhetoric, I' Clark's Grammar, Grant. The above' isheaviiy timbered 'pine yean,
There !s scarcely a day p.1BSQs'but there area greAter part the 'time. She has been I
Payments to be made in an casts vi advance. Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, land, conveniently,situated.upon' water.:.Courses, number uf cases of-Consumption reported Uf troubled with shortness breath and great fluttering

CLUBBING. Scholars Companion, do Chemistry, with the exception of about ''he hundred acres curede of Dr.Townsend's of the heart which, has, been
use Sarsaparjjlrt. distressing -
*** Remittances and communications Davies's First Lesson, I do Zoology, of heavy hammock, land upon the St. Mary's? The fol.3wir was recently received: cr.4 has frequently been tillable'to

(be always addressed post paid or franked, to. do School Arithdo Treasury of River. The whole or any portion:will be sold DR; TOW' SEND-redr Sir : For the lat leave her.bed. The rupture 'was'very large

I the publishers. & CO. metic, Knowledge, cheap for cash. Apply to.. three1 years i y ave been afflicted with pl wnl and severe. She tried almost every remedy for
do Algebra I Physiology HICKMAN.
isui-h but
York debility, and nersroiia consumption of the;Jftet' cnsfs little benefit. \Yhen she
FULTON STREET.New do Elem Geometry Burritt's Geography IS18. tf
79 Entrance 54 Gold st Lincoln's Botany and Atlas, Jickson'vi1leMarcht7, stage,and did not expect to ever,gain my fcf al t h I had taken but three bottles] of ycur exce1tntznedicine

& at all. After going through a course of tncdi- .': she was entirely.relieved of the difftse
Mitchell Hedges Logic
I Little !\Tow Books New Books cine'under the eare of some of the most distin- !; oflhc heart,And thc rupture Las alntost entirely
wiIiiThWBOWLING Atlas Speaker '
the subscricf and membere-of disappeared.
and for.
Parker's First Lessons Wilhrd's U. States, TTJST Received .by guished regular physicians
Philosophy Chamber's ber-' Board of Health in New York and elseidiere, She nas also.bad the dropsy, end was very
do School
I Geology
YULCAN'S" PEAK the of much swollen. We bad noidegi thtThe could
ALLEY, BILLIARDS Parker's Rhet Reader THE CRATER or and ,spending most my earnings al-
A Tale of the Pacific,by J. Fenniniore C oper. tempting to'regain my health, and after read be iso benefited, as she had such a rOJl11.Iicati01L
LOON, &c. and a variety of French School Books, Price 50 cents. ing in some, paper yo.ir Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it has,as strange it B jy a j-

For sale by ; TilE RAID OF GfIEZ.-25 cents.. to try it. After using six bottles r found it. pear relieved her of the dropsy. 1 am'aware
A. M. REED.. '. THE FATAL 'ERROR, done me great; good, and called to see yon at that this statement to strange as to appear

4. SUBSCRIBER hasjust opened, on BAY ; Jasksonville, Feb. 2, 1850. tf By the Countess of Blessin ton.-2 cents. your office) with j your.advice I kept on,.and.do almost like fiction,.but it is, neyertlcless l ,sober

THE North side, one door from the I THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, most heartily thank, you foryour advice. J persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is cei t.irJy. a'tnJ

ItT TBCKT street, a RESTAURANT, NOTICE. I A Tale of the Mexican W'ar-25, ceats. in taking the Sarsaparilla j and have boch 'uable'medicine, an'dsoould;; be. used ly. Tcrr;
S5WO ALLEY, -d BILLIARD SALOON.( THE VIRGIN OF THE: SUN. able to attend to.my usual labors for the last one that ifl suffering as; we have been. Ifwj
: The establisnmcnt has been fitted u entirelynew TTl E have appointed T, 0.HOLMES our GcnVv -I A Romance of the last Revolution in'Peru_25cts. four months, and hope by the bless Dgs.ofG d disbelieve this account, they are at'Clertjto
cral and settle
antI is open for the reception ot visiatosr Agent Attoney, to any 1 CHARLES DEWAAL. and your Sarsaparilla to continue my hc\lth.?_- call at my house andhave ocular demonstration
and all business in the name Palmer&Ferris.To .
f the usual hours. The Bar collect and receive all debts due the firm of Jacksonville.. Sep. 1, 1849. .tfJacksonyJMc It helped me,beyond the expectations of all that Yours- ,- ,respectfully, 1'JamW
knew ease. CHARLES QUIMBY. wIr..trAirowsn ]r
my ,
choicest Palmer& Ferris .Bond Note
with the liquors by -Mortgage-
been Co.N.J.
Essex Aug.2 1847. '
Orange, : ,
will also for Dar\ Ferris deceased.
HAS to suit every palate or otherwise, rcinalo Institute.
and beverages State of Nero Jersey Essex-County, ss.-ChasQuimby DYSPEPSY.,
b. prepared with despatch. The delicacies of All persons having demands against Palmer Committee of Direction have adopted being duly sworn according to law,.onhis N. ,B. ,Purchasenonebutnchashaywrap;
Ferris Darius Ferris deceased will THE
the season; will be at all times supplied--Oys or present following regulation. oath8aith. ,that.the foregoing statement is ers that hide the bottle completely and bare
tel's, Partridges,Venison Steaks, &c, served at the same to T- 0. Holmes for.payment, and Th* scholastic year is to ccnsistof four. terms, true,according. the best of his knowledge and the WrlU signature of S.P.TOWNSEND. .

all hours and on the shortrt notice. all persons indebted' to Palmer & Ferris or Da of clevftn weeks each. belief. CHAS.tQUDIDY; Principal Office 126 Fulton-slSunBnflding;
rius Ferris to call T. 0.Holmesfor
The BHiawBrTable ,are and requested on Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange,' N.Y;'Redding& co.8 St &.-Boston f Djott
settlement make
been imported expressly for the House SARAH payment.P. ,per terra, $4,00. The above 'with English the 2d. August,.1847. .CYRUS BALDWIN, .& sons, 132 North. Second-stsPhiladelpuV! ; S
HAS is of the most beautiful construe FERRIS, grammar and Geography, per term$5.00. The .Justice of the Peacel| S. Hance, druggist Baltimore;" Durolco'Richmond.PM.

:tiou, withair and India rubber cushions. Adm'x.DAVID FERRIS' PALMER.dee. above with the higher branches of an EnglisheducationembracingAlgebraGeometry.Hiatory.' .- : &.en, 'CbarIcstWht, : ,
The Bowling Pin und Boll ; J-iT O
A RE also just from the_workman, and every I Jacksonville,Jan. 1st 1850. tf natural, mental and moral Philosphy/'Botany, Very few families .in ,fact we.have .Pearl-st.Albany; R.'VanBuckirk292- corof

J\- convenience for the entertainment anu Chemistry, GeologyAstro, Rhetoric,Logic" not -,heard ..of one-7-that, used Dr. Townsend's :Market*.and':Broadrsts.Newark,,Ni J. and lj
S ,. comfort of guests has been provided. MA CWIFICEIVTOne LOTkRifli and Evidences'of'Christianity' : per term $6,001!: -Sarthparila.intithe lost any childrenthe past principal Druggists and..Merchants generally

y cordially invite the public to call at Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurervanee. in iltt summer,while those that did not'slckened and throughout.the United States,.West Indies.and

V* I assurIng them that I shall grand Capital of : died. Thfe certificalte wec publish'below- conclusive 'the 1Ii'dn *. A. M.BEED]Agent ..
:this no'eifort to contribute, to theh recreation $100,000-asoj95bOOO-$3! -$ ( Tha scholars will be under the carefulinstruction evidence of its value', and, is only anoth. F .' JacksbnvilleiFIorijJiFebruary
pare GEORGE SKIFF And 250 prizes of$2,000. ofan experienced female teacher. instance of its saving the.lives children n: : 26;1848. 'ly Ht

Jacksonville February 16 1849. ly VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, Provision.,has been made. for.instruction in DR.Tow'sENDJDerflr Sir.:....I had,two .children GOODS- JBEDUCED? PRICES
For the benefit of La in.French Painting and Drawing, ,and Mu. '
Monongalia Academy cured by v.Sa"npmJl of the sum.inef'
At ihe "
JneUMnrille .Store!-
. __. "
3ACKMON' II E Class D, for 1850. S tf'or which additional charges will be made.' complaint and dysentery1 "one twas; only" 15 : r c. '-" "' .

CHEAP STORE. To be drawn at Alexandria! Va., on Saturday I The first term. commence onthe. 8th. -ofOcto--. months old and the other 3'years.< .Th y were SUBSCRIBEB 'bar just:'receited,)i,

April, 27, 1850, under die superintendence qer next.,' .. > very much r cedlUld we expected they.woul THE the,following Articles !hich 1*offeis .
Ledwid'. Brick Building of Commissioners. Applications admission are tobe made, die 4they werV two 'that' '
; at !
; .1 ; respectabehysiqians4Wbei ;: prices: : nnot an; to;:SIjuxCk
BAY SrREET.00. J. \'V. Ill A 17 R V .& Co., Manager* he.Committee of Direction '--. '' .-'j:>. thejdoctqr.informed. that sers :.; 'J '". ." .: '.' *, ":: .: : ; '
78 number lottery-13 drawn ballot COunlJ'I' OF: DIRECTION. must
we -
lose.'themjwe"resplyedrto' .Prhtus1insiriin"
try i8to43j
yourSarsapa'rilla' :;, '
.' would respectfully in- SPLENDID SCHEME. J. M;DANIEL-- ''wib had ,'
SUBSCRIBER :t heard so inuien'ofj but had Polka w'ai-.1't"" *. .t2Jl':
THE the citizens Jacksonville and surrounding '1 magnificent capital of $lOouOo, .. t ,' .", Dr II D.'HOLLAND.A.M. littl,:cOnfidence;there being so much stuff fidvertised -, sWhite,:Plain_and Jlffd ;;from: 15, ,to50: i

country, that he has opened the above 1 spleodidprizeof -' '- 50, 'OO I 'I .REED., :. .' ((that ris",worthless:; but' we, areVxpry :Ginghams,,, r.r--: :: ,- ,. ce, 18to37< #
view to sell goods at rea- 'do. TRlt.\SUR'iR. thankful that did 'for jt 8 Calicos ; ,
Establishment with a 1 .v.j30,000 we "undoubtedly* ved' of thelitest St>le; 10 'to'20"
lauM rates believing that a "nimble penny is .1 do- .. eo'' 20,000 ilcv. 1-.SWART, : the lives,of both', write this! *that others>naV' Lineia'ChamberaysiFigured ,-: _: *, ;& : .20, o25

better than a slow shilling.;" He, has received 1 : ,. -. do ,- .-l.: ,- 15,000 JacksonvilleJu1y17-49.. ) ? bo induced to"use it;, '. YourS,-respectfu11yf'. '. Laces": cc : tolL.
and fa constantly receiving, the most fashionable -I do -' .n556 "- ,JOHTWILSONJr.: LrCHanaterchiefs.Linen >,1 .-'' ** *,&' 18fiil tO1OVestinge

and latest style of Fancy and Staple Dry 30 .' do' .- ''-' ,-' 3,000 PI1RIIC'N'r"'E.: Myrtle-aTenue. IBroouynsept:1s; ;1847. .Drflls, r''.-:'(*?-.-.." ."_ tct 1,00"
Goods, to witEnglish :- 250 do (lowest 3-number prizes) '2,000 THE BOOKS of subscription! to the 'capital ; I Lt1ZIATIC4YLUt_ "." :' ,,. CC., .c O .02,00.
I and American Prints;, Gingha&s; 65 pnizesof -. ,.- ,e. ,-" .. 500. ck of the"'Atlantic and'Gulf.:Ra l1to dQompiu1 .'James Cunlinings/Esq*.of,the-Assisthnts .'Si1 'aI d L ,T1 r1nd'G1 T su. 1 12Jo>'6 *

I Chambrays; :White and Colored Muslins;. 64 do.' -" '? 300 ,will beropenc in'tbe?Citt'ot Sti'Auigustine .in the Lunatic Aydumj BlackwelVeLiland,is the -,.,,:A'fineaflmenofEdgjjgn4InseiOB r $'
Muslins LmenLawna G5 do- at office',ofWm. A.-iForfard/Esq gentleman spoken' i'of in l Iii liii
mbroider ; 200 the the'foflowine tterr'i i at every pricewitlrnjanyother; \ ; artiDry'Goc .
-.' SilkTiSsne and arez ; L.C.Handkerchiefs 65 do, .- ---.160- at nine o'clock, 'A.M'on: Tuesday'th o 25th day :M ; :? ': *.BHEUM.TISMi'' : [' s 1i ,. 1i'. Yet( 'Aa11 Is'4;

i-. SlU and Cotton Handkerchiefs; 4,310 do. -' '-,-: : ,-v>.80 of September next) ar. Trill bo.continued open This Is only'one"of r more'than four thousand' .";ted. 'to';. :_.. ,,.:WM.'P,3VIayl818Q' _'.DBWBS., t, ,

Cotton Gloves; Lisle,Spun Silk and Silk dvll\ 27,049do. .:.. r" .. .... .' 40 .until the whole stock i b;: taken: .;'-/-.J' } "cases, of rheumatism atDr.; Townsend's Sarvsaparilla" w'" "If > .
.- White and Colored Hose; Tickets. $40;Halves $20,-Quartcrs. :$10-'. In .behalf of Commissioners. .v4: .;. :hask. cured;The'i'most I fsievere; .,and"chronic jg. -'* f ': '*'- .. -. -, ''.
: r ,. n Half-Hose; Eighths.$5. .' f' r,4 : .,D.,.t..>.YULER".' :Ceases are'weekly eradicated. '.by'its>.ex-. ;* ji'. lBe-Ax'R! ; tNQ t ... '
Brown.Shirtings and She etings; Prise of certificates of packages; in ttc above> August.25, 1849.v: ,, ,,.:, "i'"fit! f''. .' > traortharyvirtues;.''c".IJ"'. ..'- ,"-,;'_..1 *vi.. mBErSUBSCRIBERwould'"r ctlY'.Ifiii'biifiic
-'j' ;I'BiCKiz.t.'sIsztN : ds."aJ. tbiogenTtbbasi
kJ.cbCd Magnificent Scheme,as follows: .v 4, -r- _, > 'l Sept1'41647P- ;
Irish Linen ; Silk Cravats; Colored4o.j;] A certificate, of package of 26 whole \ -_: '. .L'.otlc-A.-; :. I .4.IIEsuhscnibervisheitoiro ;-r.J. ; .,..,D1tolTomsQ ihr-Zl cr./Str; : "I jiavfe Buffered P \fbEcorniin Jdiawer-4
Scotch Diaper;, .: '.f tickets ; terribly. or"ain't he rheumatismconsiderable .1D h "I meS:.It ifh b.ccomthosewhO "
Table Damasks: ; -' OO-. $ ;op.po. ) :by. the.year. )WjeirSfWith! t> t. ,
Swiss and,Cambric Muslins; Do do halves' '.250"00 : from 1st"January inextj';, threei ri I fon '; :oftll p timelTcouTd not jat sleep : t, r UershJ'a1 ,6 I t. .': e..e :

Bared do.; Striped do.; Do do 26quarters 125 00 good negro men'to work ji'i hi .stcant"saw null\ 1n, ivi ft';'.I hadtM most Sshr"l's",. 1,andmy.iimb8ereiex .. '. ., to T1S1&' elMiADVn1M
:\1 White and Colored Berlin Cords; Do do 2Qeighths625O this place.;for,'whieh'IIbealwages for tbe.1 iwill ly" .11 en' ,:' ,r : d- J. s. s iltUirJiaen. 'ne=! .-

'*JjSif Trimmings every description; ';,J pertificateof, package of.wholes'will entitle be gen' i. 'i ,...-. tf. :. !. :.t<.- i:, .j; four:bth1eaofyourSarsaparillaaid $heybave' ;a new; : nUi' -'

Cologne;' French Extracts-. : 1; '- the'holder to all Over $442 nett that may,be I i (: :t.t.J; >;trJASB4; CQLE!i '" done me more.than one thousand dollars.worth 'Invalids :. be firiaishyi witioomS': 1nt -

Pear) Gilt,and Bone Buttonsx; ;. ;'. drawn by tho twenty-six tickets named.tKereinV iarey'8ry.D.: q-i CC4S49tlj, 'ofgoOd.-I am'-som o h' r.Ind ecfI :{ ithofii''{"o" ndm 'bi 'ol

Coattfa and Lee's Spool Cotton ,. Certificates of,halves,|quarters, andfeighthVin' .t : entirely,reiievea;: r om.are; atThbnty't&J tsa' :eTe t tbeircoai1bri Ebl

Mosquito Netting; \ .. proportIon. -. ,.* { l-,. ASTINOMPOUNDYVP; ... ''this"for b J ftt'ottheafiU t'ea. T f K' *." -.is. d'ecrrorJ lm fi}h f"tl
4 t!" : v '.:, '>..".:,' ..; ,'":J urs' The.terms.i1lWex dinmOdate. :
Fringe Gimps, and Edging, This iplendidscheme is one 'of tli'e"m; St'at.l; 2NAPTHA-} 't** : >',"c-- *! .. .!.resbectiully'" fJAMEStCUMiUNGS. j l <" ce /tt'
With every '..&r1\tT of Goods usually kept in a tra ti ve ever drawn. in ,the.U 1itea.States)',and* r'AcuefoiConsumption r Decineitthmandall ; .' 1.,""'J.$'" .-POVNQZw4Zzc.4, 4, ,<.. .",, .I'." i._"_.. :'t''., ; War.s.rDOHAT'IfOltt'

r Dry Gocds Store. Persons wishing to purchase, w worthy:of the attention of adyenturers.--\ diseases of the.Chest'andtungs,' ,; :<**W?.,: :TAAtD'TQ; .eud'., ': ., .. .: !t1, .22a.j .: .J ?! ;$
I <- v- 1" : r.f: J
will dZwell t. eall and exinilne fortbemselvcs.4 ..' 'The lowest prize that can.be''draw'Jby ka jtickethaving.on f.i' '.FonIa1eby'.', ";.1". ". :'A., .L1tEED... ...' ..'! 1m' 1 ue1 rt 1."or# :#4emaIG Plftint'J'jJli." ""It --b. ..rfs Kgtfi h 1'.2 s !AJJ: r "S*> *Wr ..v. .;" :.

"' .: :> '. )1(1LLWt"P. ; DEWEES." !. :,it three.:of" '..i thbdrawu.;: numbers,:xis' ', A F.eb2, ;-; .g/-iM{ ,t.i ., ;f HJ.\i !ljt..lb/; 'M' azputln' i 1 thowtiBr 1d"- Widl 9t u' '. !;--i/i. ,., .I E OF?s"T. "! < -.*,'d' )i1
\ : l, : 7f: S i- :- weak arid 'debilitated' ySQalesltKat 'ere \ : .
AX-rit'20'tn\850. 'f' ",0o0 y i A ,: !\off' .lwJiMi WI'v S
1 iiw
I ;". JTOTtCL.IXeeks'ftfter 'I ". Orders for tickets and shares and'ceftiflcatea I'"b :.,}w roiL .;jmjiIC1 t JI G. (:; ; trited;b"th se','diaeases'to' which females aija ., \ ,tM tnAtf. m AmA9

dL :J sh1r.APp. 1'9, the of.packages in,the_above magnificent, BchemawUl .i,' ,Jf t.' .O. .(II II'n.acrJplJua..q!'''"r:;'4;t'1t.t.1.1f14TL ; subject! Tere.8a:ia. e j" yzaeof. .tobcst' i.d"thee 1iit&tdilt:S>flj&4dIt.. I In

: ', Ron: :' Judge: 'of r b :o: ,Rhilstioroiighr ; be promptly attended, /and an account of ,.",lE_ C. ,'I'Ci r.--.A T".* .tl3OrrJCE.r-f'; :., .:.,... 'd'' .K. \; i.' ; "f:1 : r.,' iif .f: {' WJII',8tl'..T"'LJ':1a.-'AI' COI1 ,1. "
.'. foretters'9f.Acr in, the'drawing will boj sent J ;itsi; i' r. \
\: \ State of F1ori&I ; ': r *'-*' '>' .V- & W. { t J.H, \ :jf1N 'fq .bSepJ 23-:18i7
,':', /Coun.ty.trat.lonon. the Estate 10hl1.B.J:1mesj late ot- dvier to all.who pidy order tickets froin'hs, HUFBLAND'S'.CpmpQandtfitiereaFSyrm t| 'D1tT WN8ENJj. &rBllf: tMy'.Ue hW1 i3t,1Oii j1 W'I'.tt'f1i JitftJ
vAddreas J.& C MAURY immcdialfi Cough CuWiV-j: iiJ', : t e'!1 iY 1 -"" I".tt;
: aid Co nty; dec J.s d.; Agents, i tt fi- lh .6r tJ') .;
:: MARGARET C JA11ES! I Alexandria, Va. : F6r.salebj., ..rt' ', :. LREED.Feb,2 ....;;,. ruced statc' ot:h '' 9 btictyOtcothplanta ; t ;f 'a f.ror".m' ";? .
.rit'J'l'h I -TV" < '
':i .. uly 6. 180 February 26 '50. 2ax .: 1. 1EO: T tiici. as. femJcsareliab 1, .. ''JCkzoAT1fle,., I 17,64't'. w.r1 .u.\ '.' '
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