The news
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 Material Information
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 31, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
oclc - 02265067
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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AiqD'c.I i ) Zl : slave 7Wr br ifd nf
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PRESENT RESERVED FUND.85jQQp Dou ii >- !' ,- 1>J, ii i.*. 1thil 1pZoi.np1t.41Dg
been oblige to abandon his intention JT iIvl'g ben made to appear by affidavit tot
-ni Florida will 4e Vote lumself to the -TRV1EEM. : Judge of aidCotirtjlhtat: ( Emory Rider,5 sidz-n a afFicz'nt
V the Eastflrtiuof Morris FranWin"Preadent'of Newtorklaffr oneothe'defendants '
j bUprofessionithrdughout intheaboreentitled case upon this point that
Florid Bisineas entrusted *,Insurance Company. -< .- > residi out of said Circuit, towiti in the State .teriis tjh e,&irrcctness ;
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? ,receive 'bis prompt'attention.' Pliny Freeman, Actuary New T York-. .Life" ;- : Ins UN Yrk.' 'I tertain.. Will the senatm-deoj
p.ti11eE. FT August3 1850. ranee Company: T/i' therefore ordered that said 'defendant w jjood grouuJ for doubt '.hcu
Orsamns BushnelL Attorney and Counsellor Emoii Rider do appear and answer the said, bill 'and jurist's :
thiS flooraii-1 f !
q.tti.t; WTii.e INTO S HATTORNEY1 Law 20 Nassau-Street. oflaint; within four months;"otherwise the S. "an -
: bpirtien'dtraitiy the'nfvprst-
AT5 LAW David A. Bokee, Bepresehtative in'Cotijr jsa. sjii4, Complainants. bill shall.be, taken pro con-- -whctndt da'asc.rted; by'mthy of | I_
Alfred Freeman M D. '
? 218 East
.leeww, .. ,, was onCQbyhini; that the
ttti4 *be rctift' Courts in theY John M. Nixon. (DoYemus & Nixo; Dry- "Pi/urtheYordeied, that this order,3. Stands .
TflX' s pnbHshwin commiUed tq thv >;aion
Goods 39 Ntssau Street. t .oj
isternCircuit !the United :States ) a Newspaper
E j printed at Jacksonville With"this 'i-ave
: diversity of
jiurt at St. Augustine; ,the Supreme Henry A. Nelson, (late -Wright, Nelson;& Ran- DuvaCounty, once aweet for 'four tnonths. I coseku tta'we t'lV re of the ; :

;'and prosecute Claims for 'daH)22) Cedar-Street. -_; .. THOMASDOUGLASS, man jadg'oient wt>'may will
: iis7 ptrt tf,Florida against the GOT- 'Henry L Seaman, (Late RpresentatfveI&ConS .Judge.&c.&c. ppint material, to our tectiou
either before gress,now Seaman & Muir.) 231 :? 1&Otb.l8O 1 ? ( :
I WahingtOD Congress S Broadway I 4m
r11t&t so ,resolve the, doabt by tiw
John C. Beach, Counsellor Law'Place. -
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t1e DeptTtfflefltS. : : -; .: Y undisputed power to declare what
*>ADDRESS; JutsotitWe,East Florida.SM : state of the I iw. lti&& very
Isaac C.
Kendall, (Harndenfc,CoY Eorwrding liftMLAMA rjjN vince uul
41t tf Merchants & Dealers in'Foreign Exchange) giktion to ri'rAe
fft'ct the s' nrit3- -
0Wail-Street ; Si'a/etof '
ByWGovthiorofthe Florida policttl rigIi. Our' re1uctinc
Samuel C. Paxson. (Allen & P>xson; Shipping -MjwTW" r's ** 'I i 3- ) :
is law that poiut tu further cavil
ATTOItNEY4eD an opeu by
and Commission Merchants,) 134 Front-street. vy election4be l held L .State"on.. the legislation : s would thv
fri'thi ; ct.i e c.>
J. R. Herrick, (J. K. Herrick' first londay In October it isnot relieved the
n xrt. fof a! Register of by vt-ry |)
and Desilers in Stationery.) 78 -
John-atreetvJ his now expross-- by the scn-itor. lE
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1 J. M. Wardwell Hardware 241 Pearlstreet.J. .
shall beelected'ai3d a t.iniosirice hi* mind .w disturbed
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S. E. & J. Bussing& Co. Nail ;
Bossing, ( and L
iTTUL pnctice in the severaVCourtfe of the- 1mi Manufacturers.).33 Cliff-street. 5 IT/ titerefofe ordered, 1hat the said election very jsgripustlonbisj; butjipiareully ;
M. l*# ru Circuit. iu'I.iu'the bounties of"iih S. Benedict Benedict & Bockwell: Importers be throughout the State on Jth d first oonvjctiou that the ilcxisrtn.Javs
iTj-1 B-ntou of the Southern, Oirr Spencer of Hardware., ( ) 81 Pearl-street. in.,0ctober' next, apc rd B'toli force in the Tcrrifbritr. 16 juifyry'reliucein : )
il I f'urtiss Oils 111 .Water-street, Great; his preileut
Cyrus ;
lCtttser 2Sth 1S49.-uov7.Atti. Florida, at the Ir.Foorn Howrcccai
Daniel S. Miller D.iter Miller & Co.
Shippers (StuUpTalIahassee, this 15th day : r..tTLE. ,\Vhen the; Clayton
it.t p KM. p. rottP'A aud Grocer] 16LFront-street. i was. under discussion. The .sen ; <
William Barton. [Grant & Barton, Dry Goods,]I iloubfjwl
1TORNEY 1OMAS.BROWN, only but seemcrl ;
125 William-street. p ** 'Governor Ii hend ftitft'fhe texrcaii
of Florid lawi
C William Coxe Dusenbury, [Woodward ;& pa;. -,- did remain forw : ..
('.* no iIier_ _111 Law.I 4. eeabnry, <"omm >rcirtl Agents] 45 Willi*m-st. -f. ?4 CW..DOWNING.. t.4 llr. FUOTE. .How iath.tsir. -{. !

Having issued orei 5OO policits,: hipiny !- Secretary of State. Mr. YILEU. I will repeat fur
his devote
Tins 'resume! profession wjll is now established on a firra't sis.Theirwtiwid it t. 4 Vt Q i y. iiotproposes the senator. I said th.U >o recently
iil.M1>rc'ffjji't/yV*I its practice,th rough- are the only'fittieljh'oHe rtt'j1LiU ; cnisidn"upon; the Cl iyton !

'ireti' ? 01 FIori.ta. all the profits are divided tin tally.Certificjitesot'Uivid '. -c; NQICE.TMM4TiWOUNTt1ANDS. senator foundwl ocs of ihs &' :
r ; 1N"v. 10:13. 1849.t :
I ud areasstifl I bill the.
unn"itljjMto -. upon appreaeuaiou tbnt
; ihe p'irties. pi-iced at: tficfr crt"li on thB 1awrwtjied ml'orcc, uj.4. tii.i :
>x>1o< of ihf s 'ompiny, and such livi.l *h'l ij ..maulition 'V to *6hain War wasian.le iu it for their ropcaj.

.:::ot-r2Lataaw.! to t ho sn i i insured, bearing {n *ir s'.t r.nrFAtU1Iforkti 1aimants who will 11 Mr. Fcir :. 'You an? tui.- tfiki-n,

ta -, .0111 ii-t tin.f lt { f-r ceul. j per tiuuni. p .'st'.t-iu -t h.On pM'5'lOhe te r-Wi
t iiisnr.mce i isir th whole term r,f L' .e. pr; ;n en the j ame shall have passed and. 1tw1c1iitrcd oath.i.h orJuL.

i mrtsin tbuutiiix to fifty dwl.q> ui y. t i-o tf tyw// for jifce jaodHrttssuinof FIVE: Clcytou Comjucmibtf bui-jj; 1r'v:

? -r:.' .>-ivu1 Fieri It! ; jn th heoptionof the iusjind.! be p >id wlmlir i:: 1)(*I.LA I H Tor faoh W.trrant when obtained. cussion, |
;. -I \ ,rtM|rn'Iw) :vie? of Florida 1 c/ish, or forty prc'nr. of the amount -hiu .iu Tlie; >4a tit'ihte. noHce is to giVwto claimantspmilpity. *:sii-. FOOTE. I'thfiojght- j-oti said ; (
n <- ) ofprociariqgtw4rranta at theleas' I'6fci.i :'
e .hsscand prose- .ut credit in th-ir own notes p-yiii-iriIrs- 4 'son. ; :
'A vf'n J.tic.P.1.irte. six percent.IusuranwontheLif. S L ; pqhje| e;pei.s % I ; ,-. -Mr.OI.TE. > 1C wacertainly not ;
c-, '.*-W .-iR i the only exp'li nt't.rpett.tte 1T6.hliig tA eeciire the services of the,, rngte caion. ;itt Yfuj iliv $ ;

-i ';: >'..!'rKVCKKg p- the income o; be Nauir i Pro.yc.'o.ift .- or address. cpinprviui.se, ;iiexl iuitntdiuttly ; S
44 ..-.. T dftith. To him uu-l: tht .se ht* 1 v >.-< i jo him hy fu .jtitfliprnujpt UenUon will be giv 'oue now ii cuiisider-jtioti. i iK'Jlr
.- : '? jjiibsttftMil MolacevenVorthe tv -ct ; fcck1inis.: ., PHILIP FRASER. r Foorr. ''It tli
rg'n jrudent S :.'& { 'V : ;w.is, n.: before
: .' t : ; ;E i. nun tbre* th ilfcvil .itid 'Ltidehii.-! lAttornyLa$ law., -ba'l I'eaioved-'byihe'' eoient ,
.jicstivifle.; E.F.July 1650 JIIVISGSTOH -
20f 6trrpy' .
# .11. -. -f ---i ij. gentlemen.' One nipmnt bei' ]
'. -t w Persons can learn all the i.1, .- .- 1 .. The PresidiugOific... .1; ?

-' 7.Law, rites of Insurance from uny.uf th* Aji-i s (j .. f. ora Florida yield !heIL.4JiI :- : I
t the Company personally or by. a psi1iirJ4.I "to !: 1t1Irnent'1pticeJi. : 'MriTtitEE. I prefer to r W S
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of theui. ( f; if the u.it'n-'will-a1ow -lIcr
Fii.r ) ; i me.
-I 4 4. i -- j! Ccin bu7".! .. ,. -. J. McLlOBERT BAKKR; Colurabia Co. -. He [Mr.Foote] referred to, the; |
trn ; WiLLt5t P2LlfiP;!, ) .the.senator. from South Carolina, ( ) j
tdr flj h ; &zZr'1i' at -r tkt ThA- ..*.-',.. ...r.rtv .-.
,JLD. Holl-m-lMedic>lExamroerB'0'UN'.T .; .,- : \utDffJuUnt nnt idi others interested are. new'
I S flb t. : T/ < rr"'f W.sI1 :- : I II h/tf-y. potified of the.comraencettient of quired by 6onqiiest,4 iut6 'the'lTi ?

3 :Utd'3K'he < : .. FAND bis s'lii.returnable. to a Justice Court to beheld slavery m.iy have e abolfehed !
1 a ASitur, 0:1 Saturday'the llTth day of ,carried sla'vey with it. *
N ;: : : ; : .. -. :To this his heart.a&jenttd I *
-- :. :. Jane tend IQ appear..and pIeid&ohesain .-
GENERAL AGE4.Y3: <{pn tinder my band ,nd peal the 3 1st could,not yet.assent it. lie- .
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: ;
-- :. .d I ( :!*I .vi_: U '- -' ,! 1 f1y'AD.184' He fe.ir'; l 'th'at the' fcrgurnent of
1 .1V1i2&.IOi3. :
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from Vermont bad ai6t ? -
1':4: rTn31it., I Iiftti L-B..EQSSU
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,' i Justi'of the Peace. it could-not be met in tins senate
: '
, :- ; : I 4 -could pot be met\n the Supreme,
.' 'iihu- i>4n- Ju18G" im
-> a'I1 tfii.i-Vtit a'ttWi'-n-
1-1 < ;?- fr'.ni.nrt
the decision of that-
it is
BorrrfrQ'j S as
;t; ; "T .T hUvjIIlDM ) .- '{/ VfeAiH'i %. .;,n _. : t_ : ted, would be'against; cpun.ihe South.

V I i r.ei-'i* r of *SB- lA nan j I'' -L Ciittu he; where'are tre? ** iv *" -
::1 iih him. in the pripiice of Lw, hi rrv in whichJb Onitl.Sutosi J ?yftjln: eh-1 ? .-b Mri FdoTis* .Will the senator
'-ex. *NDKSo%; teLorthe mit with Great.Brita'ai.f L8I2-} $ MiFi ida.5-i me the justice-to send that report

jfinn ?r/in i} repre enrpdjAtI.eAchan4- amlto any d Mrfp>ioi ol, busiiir 'Tfnn jtf. v, ;.- 'JIUa'ichjt : el ,,. ,*> .1-- ; -
ffVrra oft the 'TIrcuit Cdsiri;, in the several! Asfntfor Atr6rn"jiUt( Wsishingtoh. 'por -ocuripg.ltn Mr. TCLE rshallBaTe S

wi-B of'he,'E ftcrn-Judiciiil :CiiriruO-h ;! .wrrn iw chirgivjwill/bel'jj5. In t -t a b-m f fherCirciut Court' held*at the further,. Kow it'is JeTidenf the :
''YJOHtiajlfju fjrgL.- it will he proportioned .to the naiarp iVj i
in other c-iee*> j+ : oiCoVti/Houier atlltgaorinspd.for the consider tIe- estibniobe
!;'t Sapremf Cu ir -it Tail .h iswe r tiir < ndMifli tht-gt r .will also act in connection wthvAgents Or>I May AlJ 1 85opree&tth'e Kon.Thbs.Doag-, son to Jear L1I $uprene.Court ;

*' *tIbujue! ntrostedfto their.care'wIlI'Poipt'atIenio : Attorneys in Florida who may be employed, ipiBountyland [ lazsJn' bfj said courts .-.u?,?, v._ i| itVas,, 'Iwould'be agatn the '
n. wn4 other claims,1 on'term's'*hicti! satuematerials'fcpuipoise

) : 1 J t'& SANDERSON may be agreed upon.: Lettfrswhich-should'( uAscxqaT- ,:)1 BillpfDirorce.itpof ", g-- -'flLI'. ;And Very pregnu'nf' tW

1 ty.F1ii1IAfL1ESflEWAAb be post-paid) will' receive immediate attention : IAnnKrcic1ir-tr ) -: :; j-; srI' asked,in the uUticpatii| >A<)f uu (
;' -: < Aug.1-y 1850tf si&n-flAn4 then .sir wfeee
-- hi44ig bee5 inai2e. appe t tbo atisfc.tiaj ,; are
the question no w. If the resjtlt
: theC ,uit ly Afldavittbat.the De.f .
t 4.UCi'INEit : should' Buch'u's he Fcar ?dy1IF'e'
f'- t ;& ; bucT t lim.S
JACK&OtiVlLLE. E. F. i AiOjAjlDi under'thiii bill'?'Wlicre;w&tiM he
1 8LtZ j theUatelof fc'iorida, and iijtqStte') of
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the CWntylttended 'ent
any I 1 Gii : cooKe/.havt!helped Jto place
absence Yrom.tfaistState hay It
"flTiile'May6184Sr ; i DtTRiNG my ''my business to the care of Mr.CHARLES.P.rjCOOPER tIt hb'iIOfion fW'M1+ sE4 S lfcitW1or .-*tt Bui ith_ *senator;ha | i

;; -r vAttQrneyvtttjiLawj.'Jacksonville (; attbid:De-/ verysessionvored-ri favor .irtteht {
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.: AG'ZNU fendant- -* Knight do, appeaij and"plead, --- 5S :
I East Florida, for prosecution it ztaL&iJtM&r- &to ti-t&n ), : subslnniialy} th<*
( | Mr; tm ofPoLtiptiLhii
1dpf .blcaey In tiros transferring'myrttbsmesif
ffn der tonsidera i ) .
: ; '- --' of ftrt* { Ibslpled Bill'miters :
rITAJEI-: (c idrfl and the therein contained will be takeir :ofler1atprei s
moral professional
114.) }:flC1E1 his high nn fo bft1 tb1ai cO shf iatOflfror rtL-t4 rii:4b Wn 'anienfdmteDt 'similaAo

le4 4tlieseiso cki.ordcrdu1eid v' it fle
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irith dutiqw.shea t7s* t 47 he published in
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rw Consumption.-tarrh, 10 1850.rJtfEL'&ND'S'Coinpdtmo. once atnntI week nsect UTelyTpr, ;Jhft eriod f/o -; fund : :
L v'-r5-1.-'t-j August, .- ? *" "- c, I IBfA -p&'r; I eno !: : -S

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I crty \Jiff nil\other. citizensand:oil 'according: itsiiatralnisning.i ." .tend t I.iitlltiiM'W' f I. ;,.1.: JI'.f w 'ii," fi',. o' ::1.P'I. l..fh). f ..v'-A;: .. .: -.r,,, ,,,1:1..P' 'u, Jic4:.- ; ,r'2\-J!.r<.:!'. r!ZJI. ,':,,M' '',' '. .. _
; J 'other'property: ,:'and of.coarse to.extend !But the. 'j'!o.j .'given. ;"by J latvfi- -t the '!iifiWV. "! I'ir--a. : :1.t 1tlr!" f :iOt"- 3 '. ,.r'tj. 6""i'l.lr: r 1 1 i l.t {, ) Mlf '
4. the', ?ame .:Tequsite-protection.. : Certainlyit -' rigbt'Ot;the".slavehol4e?'remoflIO! spnpfthe r enep.tt'rfu" undehe. : !; "

.. "l- '*' ; does: 'not'exclude,: the idea of a er p'tJr !,(," stablishTtg": slivery. "'Ii ,t'G- 4tt.' ,r':WiiIlJliif.Y-" -J?"' T lhl .r"' tifixingeter 'f'r r.I. J : : ...1 ri\rJ.
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'The prealentmIsapplicat'inorthe : nSl Winters their fu: ; << \\4 :'< .
:: protection I. very ogai. a. '
: I Bat, :fortunately,. we, .need .not 'rely, terms:-.'extending,'slavery"l : **,etablishing > lure. r s.is'urr;- : (rii i j1' i1 ? ; ,.L. t-:W _"

.; t .upon inference.to:ascertain' *hOtberin: slavery,".ndr. the likenffrows; cj.riyi ..&: :r8urpIL 0cOnsMuuit3ait ; i *.'r-aH ': "h'',
'of the address as: I humbly-conceive, out'of.a confusion will.bring t :its authssbistory ; :
.the_ m lia.of the author ; ) ; : ; .;: &\' &&*
.'.;. protection compatible with the doctrine of ideas., Slavery l Ii a condition,i- -..- -attach; ....... .l-L <# !!J !; tc.o edJ. ,- : !:{ I I ,,., ..' .,..., je.t. *.......
of-that document.- Mr.' 'Calhoun ing,totbe: ptT.8onno thesoil; it ulirper? ."", :.11 .- _j- 1..., 1'_. 'r.. ,_ J r: "' <"' 6L1l
bad occasion to address the 'people) '.of tonal relation. Slave: "pert.YJ.'tigl: t L.-t? may- 'bo. egardedAa J' : ; l ':)(!: i ;'1'

the Southern States shortly afterward, in the,master :to the'personal'service! -:of- .threat. .*:.o fmit:; a &.. Supffee: thoy. are.a. : I' _. "." t't
and on' that occasion he gave us, under the 8 ave;' If a staveowrIed;: Virginia! We"are- & tArceaedwith'a' **tatoutrcg.-- '- ;' : !: : ...... j. ;''
his own band, construction of the is carried; into,":>a. :Territory I ,, slavery' ifnotu ball.w&tjtura ..tbreatsjoribreatqndrepemence ( : ] If i l : ) ; ; ; 1.!;;> ..1. ''''''\ <".u .,

Southern Address ''upon .the, p'oint.we extended" nythoratbarimovul the J!:re .with dcfinco"V !_ 8tjrw. f;'

are considering, in language which ends of-a slave1f om'one', county] to But, we have,,'prsentedhee views ctuie.. W

all further dispute of his, meaning. 1 another, in the sameState' would,"ex- from!:MJI$,P.rA* f.$&. th;feeling! !!:I ; on:eeeeat
allude to an address of his dated, July tend" it. The..ea lilo more.persons of sorrow: rctherutnao. ..reBntraent.: : .6t "
to than bef !.. :If it theexisting '.W* '.1)) 1 e, D l Y U zI. : : pklnl.t tooij pir;
5, 1850, and refer particularly to a pas subject slavery ; I 4 er' ; i ; ;; (
sageimmeaitelyprecedmg a paragraphread property of the"n'Y r'Jn'.t i their. irnniha; r:* ,majntyJfi1I;i 'll., hrrlt.'ppople'vould ? ; : to:the> J I_ .tVf

to us upon a former occasion by slaves is protected in a territory: slavery*. iftbis* ibjecWerf&y>< I 1. ; :!: I : t frow t feuer 1
the senator from Mississippi, though i is not.' thereby "established" 'Thewere / :heribedbd. ....,.. Bgairisthev'ontemf i J "the"W.
"?I* '' 7 f.f--5irl fi W! >.tiiV.Jjl rDeatruti.
this part seems to have escaped his no slaves before being! carried' there,, .p.la''!11 't IIl1 ,; o ,|.ft ""'W". nqy.l!ep'; : ; : r ; Sept. 510,1849: !t; J
tice. I will not read the whole passage and the condition was. "established". Iii. relent them. '"I knfWufullvthey ttllnthat if \ ; i *
but will cause it to be printed with advance of migration. _If 'a slave: escapes .; .: ,.vote!orahsmnitftetl'do: f ; i:to i! ; p' setioQ,_

these remarks, ns a final answer to all from Maryland into Pennsylvania rerte a-iftTtpn. ;.1*"" ..D .I' .at".....ro bime. ] this[etter toth
who appeal to the authority.Mr. Cal. the constitution preserves the right ratherhandouppptb. ; : ,.o ptuqn... of 8< ; "City,1' :
houn's great name, when they deny the of the owrier,' and Congress afIirda'ex- maJflry.r.tewiQire: : Nortbei: : ;'1 eolewe ,;t- : t; ,,John ,s o ; ,
duty of Congress to protect slave property press legislative protection to tbat'rigbtIs know that a majority! :of(te'North| ', ; : m mn4: Pui .,

.. equally with all other descriptionsof slavery thus "established"by Congress ern people are opposed to Ifferjr] .ac : : whether:Oe rj

property rights : in Pennsylvania Now, if the its territorial Ategi ion. Bil j it is nit ; ; (perso.niq reprint

"It is, indeed, a great misconception I I constitution preserves: the'riffht of :the now,the"q esiion. Itinwhche i tf-", I satisfied, t" :
p of the character and objet of the general :. owner of !slaves to his property in them will employ the power of th) Fiel: t I "s*umycitizen V"'W'w

government to suppose that it has while in the Territories,.does the legislative Government to, propagate thaj' !1'Jlu j I ,to have *ejfa
the power either to establish or abolish protection of that right by Con by fr 'J.l and hy the sword, aginst. half|; a War' vitltk, !

slavery or any other property, gress establish" slavery any more the stfltesof' the U mnn.. ; : : peculation,'! :bat :he I

where its authority extends beyond the than in the other easel The idea, then, If we were in favor of a cssnlutionof :; : of ihe wise',P.lirJtor.f.

limits of the States, regarded individu of "protection" was not inconsistent ,the ,Union,. we would delig't' in nothing I : ; nt in "excluding!
ally. Its authority is but the united with Mr. Galhoun's meaning when, in so! much as in the page of the : pl ,tk
and joint authority of the several States the Southern Address, he denied the priposed bill. That 'wnuli effect it I" : ; j.ent. ,

conferred upon it by a constitution power in Congress to abolish slavery sooner or Inter. It inflict! a woundon : Johns and, PIt "1D

adopted on mutual agreement, but by on the one hand, or "establish" or "ex Southern feelings t neW can be : i electing J such a gw

the separate act of each! State It IF, tend" it on the other. We have seen, healed., It' will oC.it8el'erea .a Disunion isll re 1
then, in fact, the constitution of each in the extract last read, that at ,the paity there that nothing over-j J y.i.lt I believe]{.
State as much so as its own separate same time, and in tbe same sentence in throw. i .I Braj
constitution, and is only the constitu which he denied to Congress such powers We trust, Imwever, that ity Ofiliror- .are, .anxious' w

tion of all the States, because it is that ho asserted its duty ,'TO ADOPT SUCH nia bill, unchanged, will beonteted I .with'the Indjinnin.

of each. As the constitution made the LAWS FOR ITri REGULALION AND PR"TEC-' inch by inch in the Senate, ad l if pass 'I : { The: .wise, policy
General Government, that too, is, in TION AS THE STATE OF THE CASE MAY BEQU1BE. ed there, in the Hours also.: Tim& i is "" in" excludi&j i

like manner, as much the government : with us. The Southern prop ar& be- ] nt, will .hare
of each State as its own separate government i. ui'minmore and more:-unitecind deci \ .i
and only the government of all The Consequences. ded. When ,time is ,Ihusgiv'n' -when aid !my efforts ia ie

because it is the government of each. The Southern Press of last Monday the argument h exhausted and \h:: !! !1) the nation, houll I

.. So likewise are its laws, and for the makes the following strong and plain South will' ,have done -her 'luty .-theNnrsh If Jtolet'icel.h ,
Its authority then, is comments on the consequences of the tnkethe : I
Fame reason.united and ,authority act which the Senate then seemed, bent ......... ... may A''I" 'puftsillhy.- ;. will j jodgs
but the common '
States each upon, and have since carried through. : a strong escort or
of the several delegated by JE NEVSb
.. and all, and for the greater security fir CALIFORNIA BILL. -- )' mm (such ts I
the rights and interests of each and all. This bill comes before the Senate to I t be' IQlfie.l* t. J If

It was for that purpose the States unit- day, and we are informed that its (pits requires. my seiticeff

ed in a Federal Union, and adopted a sage will be urged by the majority, with. I I f to hear from it,
constitution and out any amendment for the: division of I
common government.With
that .I at the earliest notin
conferred territory.The
the same view, they r
upon the government whatever power it Senate has acquired the character JA KSON1LLEUGU8T i, 1850.. ndlli.oa
of a cnnsiderative body. If it sanctions J. \ Rejddl1
has of regulating and protecting what high t! )
appertained to their exterior relations this bill it will:! take the lead us a. For Representative to Cong1' !8 I 'll. HOI'KINS.

among themselves, and with the rest destructive one. !I hid dream
_ of the World. Each, in brief, agreed We have presented, from time to JOHN I
-4 with theothers to unite their joint authority time, arguments against this measure or LEON' COUNT! r'e art the peopUof
-and have also been ; \ atfen the
and power to protect the safetyand arguments l!! light
rights, and promote the interests of made with overwhelming for ce by Southern Ditval County Dem ratl& rJtfrhiUtfrd his name

each other by their united power.' Senators. Perhaps the time for L NODl'boUnDS, re the! people.

Such Is clearly' the character and object argument has passed.We 4 .FOXJOHN sE to 1.1 .l f. II .-....... k.__ t___
consider it our duty now to refer )) :" lb W"UIIII IJJITC: V11
of the General Government, and BROWAiDi
to the consequences. the "vise
of the authority and conferred on
power If this bill passes both houses i it is FOR REPRESENTATTESt: l in deluding
it. In its and authority, having:
made the of the Governor of Georgia 'LEDWbl
duty THOMAS [ and elsevbnr
for its object the more perfect protect ,
lion and promotion of the safety and by a resolution of the Legislatureof DARLING C. Pit C01'T.' he never would harp
that State at its last session to
of each and all it is bound
rights to votes from iluxi
protect, by their united the safe that body by proclamation foith- (mr:( ;'.ai'(:.. f. 'I& g ,
with. will be rnment. Did ,
That duty promptly rpei- : Fv
ty, the rights; the property, and the formed. The Legislature will meet 'Voters Duval. we pros \\ yoU this
interest of the citizens of all whereverits >uka know at thz
that retains the week the riam 5s of our Can dete foi
piomptly. If body sentiments .
authority extends. That was the of last session, or above all, if the legislature : and we nslfor them a was delighted
object for conferring whatever them from,
power the members the sentiment'3 of cordial fro th Democratic
respect support not only ?
and authority it has; and if it, fails to !
the people, as pronounced at the recent but also from that independent
fulfil that, it fails to perform the duty party
for which it was created. It U enoughfor extraordinary demonstrations of public and patriotic portio ''Ctbe whig citizens of St. '

it to know that it it; the right, interest opinion, at a multitude of public meet which in times ropy from the %
party, like :
tings in that State, it may be expectedthat present i :
of citizen of of the be seen at be .1
a one
or property
the mObt decisive and etiective discard .party predilections and gu for
make it its it "
States to duty protect .
will be taken. When Georgia ,
measures their country.
whenever it comes within the sphere of I
shalHinvo thus decidedSouth Car- Men who cannot be trued' the YELLY SILL
its authority, whether in the territories, on '
.lino will follow in ten Jays with u.: >
or: on the high seas, or anywhere else. in an great Southern! question! ?, ar not fit for movement, at "( (
nanimity never surpassed, community -
L '. Its power and authority were conferred on any m a'ure. These any two a'Southern:legislature, and r such men !! nt the ( .,

,on it not 10 establish or abolish! properly States will offer ample aid to Texa.>:' possessed proper delicacy uay wouldnot : this county in:iefat
or, rights of any'description, but to Alabama and Florida will thrtist (with' the Ni !
them. To establish or abolish Mississippi, '.themselves,as cadidates be : :
protect follow. :And when this i is
belongs to the State, in their separate immediately for / h /people,',at the prese r juncuue. only fnilitig t
done the fate of the Union will '
the in probar I .. Dde(! but.'is. i '
.sovereign capacity- capacity bly be decided. When wintercoines,. .5.,: FR' f3e.g nhlerrpeq qnhe'Gav r,
which they created both thegeneral andtheir ticket have long bliev- the heads'of those, ;*
State It the other Southern Legislatures' meet, lilly hill" ,, ;3 ts !
separate governments. and Virginia must decide. She js.a ,dtobeuntwn4.n: the.>lav question I to bring" d
would be, then, a total and .
gross perversion .
of its power and authority to State u hose fame since the Revolution and'they must 'be totally nor nt of : orllle- SO. !
has been sustained her resistance to '
use.(hem to establish
;. ,or any other property of the citizens of will hardly becdme its ally, ora they would nut have dared t| meet tne ; ; ;; ,'ld. make J tools.) _

the United States, in the territories. neutral. Of her it will never be nid. freemen (>f Duval,,tin the i iaue of the : one o?'several.
All the power it has, in that respect, istq "4GravellyWBesolutiont f' from indivi
"To die aSateor 1iveas1voThy l
Tcifcgaize as property there.whatever. choice is most ignobly' .brave .
don't membert. of ibe
rifcw.much .
is recognized as such; by the authority NoTman: we care -:(

: of any one of the States, its own being But whatever uf may be other thought Southern of the brats.j liemsy: have,;=will daR'D get up : ; d(the>. \ :res 'luU0 ri J,

j but tiio united.authority of each and all States course, it is Virginia certain hat or not all the Federal :.before the f.eerfleiiOt this, /Way,. and. : atithe r
;. LAWS of the .: FOR, ITS REGULATION. army.and navy combinod can en I tell, them! theyrnust, r' ubntt" to,the : : some* 'weeks' T $t'f

AND PROTECTION AS THE erce the States of Georgia, South Carolina "Clay Compromise,11 beca )*e."tfiey! :ati : B) hW iilt4'r, d:

STATE OF THE OASE MAY\ RE. Florida., Alabama And, Mississippi if militia ,from Texas other:find .,0'lo.ij ..y.rl".and i 'that;tNfie'p-> trao: ;men$, :: !? : ;: ; .not ,the. .only; .!V ,

QUIRE. Stales'are called for, iu>t a ."liury. ,platoon who:'stand. up tot our:,rigiu. anu'I honor! ,' : : is; .reaolred fo(:

What Mr.\ Calhoun meant by the, can be found in any ilarelioldinp are "fanatics,11; "They 1 wil. '.aot_ ,dthi are, if; : : ; : : ; r J they{fre/e. .'..

power "10 establish or abolish slavery" State, and very few in the, Southern hafi" .j and y >j stand: l ; .- .. :
distinguishable from the duty of Northwestern Stataor in the : e1rt.f;) J I ;! ;
is-totally "
fey.thi ; t ms9?cfvhcb .: i | "The. ,Jf&f! :. ....,,t
recognition and pi election of the cities or seaboard nf the North Atlantic. ..1'I':' ,' ., :! t
r<:f- this i the'language! ; ? : i
o' right of-.the 'slave owner. The sense We.,think very few can be f"undarny; 'S' : ; rodl.81 .'; R9Ub11
,. J. /t" .i in ,which. ha 'uses. the term. ''estab- where and certainly not enough tomake The doctrine is_agais! "adranced. by, J : :r .tHUs harnwe' q

; : } lash," in connexion with, slavery, is any i impressioi.otstlie six State one*,"Aladdin1.- .s.- 'in""A!the ,Re.' -'nblican. ,'" that- ; : 'f.'q.!'ct !} (io 'IMl

i clearly. shown m a previous paragraph ,we.have: named.Weareas I (he i'c"private.charvctertt' 'j. f .caodidatsr: : ; j l : : ":taken
t wkh'.r
.,: of the tame address. Inquiring if Con much.opposed,.to war 11zin'y ft'nt bcF red'. I ,'"} ., :i ; ; f
can "."establish slavery.in the Ter other .We hare ovirM. ..ought tc: enp o ;? \ ; *'fd';!*. (
".great ; people !{ ::; \
:ritories/; asks:. .".Caniienact a law sense' of;its;evils,..immediate and rewotp Ourcandldnteflaisk'ftb.. ( ." : udhtio'n ..::' '.e3ernp" $ f \ ; :J : : tiltfJ" \.>t..1 \4Wt!

providing that every negro ,or, mulatto J .'F:::of; the.vices j it engenders/the! wrong'' \ ;* ,ron the 1 contrary'' *, theyinViia/iv & fvoterqugfct .enqaj! : f t:{uceb': 1i.tl""' (
--- L
n> .
\ .4 found in Territories of the United. it,perpetrates. the!misery it inflicts,:the 'ry. trkdbw whtit \ ""

'. State, fthall:be'a)slave] andbe; .I liable ,to .rum'tbat.reultsiBut. in'a .c.l1.! ,conflict J: ; t tbf ; .r :: ;; : ; y .f.uJ." ww

\j bti.seized;and.treated as such by .who*. &hei,.... r8s,..U.LJI.oul..& tnnial: : ? hWe _is.: J if he diteotrers, .a roie. aciifcngihcra ; : .Jg2 S:.$}!K
over mtfy.' .choose,to do 'so1'-Thjj. !, the nghtoe her:side r she t couldnot"dc; .) : ; .
._.. .. .
1.1$ wonJd, be: ._ Rlablishing I !* slavery clip'it witlmut i dishonor aiiddi, ,a8ier.'scheme t .... letr6gu', i \ ;it, !I! Jt J1! (\ r.;' !l ; ; .!. :"" + -> "..*J,' .? ;

:: t '. ,J1i l'me aaingothe i phrase, of wEostjigrorn.'., "' ,.seven" <<. "ijh\Vftttf.'",- ...."" ".,.."',.....l.. d.....,.....'T.'t..-,. i "__. ,-iD..1.".'.' rl....,4,.. eV..h. '>.-,.,,' .. : ; : : : : f 1'\-,. .. }

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i S VlVrn It r.v-.. Y" v-- < ** S va i n\JAW iMe; Jo1Jn j"-M r ehsiuGreeritif ..ENET l. GENtfY .;
the : + ; -
sMon tilt y
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the ; >
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Tcii, several of the et' .< . "k.tl.
: precincts:.. coopt r : Tt.io\'oi'f'I. .t.. .".rWe -: "f Ut,. '' .1' ." 0' .
made A ieccmJh '- .1'j : : .
tr1"-e- '
the passpd .
I xomplitnenls .1 '
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n "I fUfineMs -: on Saturday: the :5 tli.inst"at the:5 .: piealIIt':Irules of the Hm g:" pt3aj ide iJ" 'd'tlaat-tbo.dcltbertiltmtteit ... .; < '- .1. l. v4'1o3.faPelra }' .."....,.: .: :' \ J'f.
| ..Carolissouri .p "W---tt't "
SenaiorsFrom. : ? : ::
the t "f1t1ff' .
"It by' House in : arealltiwed. ,' minutes t '- V' pf TII ",' ,,.}. ;'. =
Jacksonville select ridsdateatorrpreseAtDaTalcountY 1. salt"edm' '
that" in ,. / ,?"to' "* 'V5,, -. menL\Tte new salt _. ; ;"'' ''Y'l arras'"tee.. .iI -'- -- :. :(...a- ) iAt $r.j 1 p nr m i h.t 'aif 1 ty ',' : :f"';: ,:ei
r' ._ appeared oar ; ,i| proposedber .all-\Ja a1nt I .;IJ nanimit3sand! accordtn TVi.- s.S\fta \Of o i\il'i.-'i' .:. .' ; ;
; : :the, fire mrnut 'to explain wi .Ji ent" ; gYY r? .t : i'
week extracted from the lets .r' J \ < and ; M".iiT 66ittb $ :.j .\tQ' ie"ni? 14\"Fi i or KSF 2S3B3r; >
lift five. nunutes :for a ext > '- "
nattsesstanof_ the General 'Audibly. wp1pririlege /, ding,the acme :. : .' '. L' '.
Rfi wMc Kmfe4fJ
lu 1 : the V nltcdto ;
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toahvisffisaadment ;
d'tlelo J'
Washington <-j to: -.am ndmeai. en 1r tow", j.
the yrrespondent '. f. ,
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trI' l Mr..S., D.:FERNANDEZ'.'was:'e ,tedlgates butreqaireirtht: 'jthftdeteUJ; :,,,1 :.then .res'ot"tl. 10DS'- n.I.'fLI;,W4&JCu'vere* i> .l""4. & t5tt I .Mercury. His with- : aqoptecv[ : .' ari dWre l'T itot iiMneid :
Charleston iI" '
(the President' and Mr. B. FEISBEE and: thai wheo aa aaatudment.liis 0= ..<;'i.f .dl: =:- ? ': t &fJ2V"t! '
J an )tats, ewFna l no caren-shliU.be; ;: j Agi orAttoraey'i bi'Waft1 ceKnidf : _.
I I i ,. & * his the i <
and research "Ul .
t encies, in motion the cred.entials..o ales Mr.Joaes"moTe4tiepmious; 'guest' "aid exr',. -pt-i 7 l,-fJud g mentoftits'peers and Vie'ro': ? ''mt5euili. .

j er Congressional history of the na- ,.; TlTtfin.. A-'mOtion----- fA-- JAY- nn--_thA-.-tAM__.t._'t__h'a.'w.AI._....IlI. .-th&- IniWfi. *. -"if, ,.ft*:-::"U-.,.IAn"-H Tf r-. T7"r nnd.-x iK'U-.*.-*"' ?-.*.1.j -g-*. _i&VW-_- _- -,,I.fart.'f'Trtr ead'd'rf5cali. .f .,.......,..,...;...,of,-_'rife'.--.<_" .I' _:.._..";,r.'.'-_..;__:_",_&""-, '
were presented, and;,everjpre12cinct yeah t'ISOniys.+ : : ;, nioa i J v existed- "U< IUII"I'II.4 n.' .
llJ. nifA AtioraeyI '
Mr YULEE'S merican
of Got- i'tFlo-rfd
is characteristic Mr: the : ,_ wh6 1B be em 1 eel in: .
; but :IngeoPPSed report tha'objwt
t + two found fully re ease ed. of oars 6nVs. the : Jul! Snooty-13aJialother'cla' .
whirl lat std, was to!gag. the'minority'compel : 1. : 4ihvpf;: y1j76In I.the oft r teriwl+fNrt
On ,motion, it :was *resolved- thi ri the. them to submit to injurious,,unjua ,."a C/iftltattntE{ aniir'lnwst.: !of;ihe; 1/nitcd.i.iI tna l.be.sjreccl upo n. Lettere f..b! o"dt.t _

ty'e commend this document those following should} be the ratio *oC-s/epre. hasty legislation.' Tlie'proposition; wftsoffensiTc I SjaiesVpjjircabJa J ''to'our tejritoyrii ball l) 'lion;: k- -; Trill g'7'1;;receire fm y.edtateaatit. :t > ,

of Florida wheore attempted tolJei because it accomplished nothing;and itsobject; bttturtdtimsritaIlawof ,
I stf 19 J aij 'lefntor .v s.
cul sentatinn-Jacksonville, 6 not Ga- was insulting 1,3 its. ;character; ;If Southern ;)i".hea'lveTliat.io: j;j { '' iwn. : -
mprexsed with such doctrines as men 'allow this :amendment 'others': : "thQ'evetitahat.th oat ai .
{ .4awnj0MjQif8
will be
rey's.Fe. 4 Mandarin 2 Bra rda 3 : c9tSIXTY cp
ry ; ; ; ; 'States u.
siaveholding' e -'
promulgated at ''GravellyHill"frill brought forward,and they'rriU find thtuasetreswithout /.bj ? ;

_, I.ot'feel that the candidates ClayHill2Th..masvillel. I II the power resistance: We are,hesaid p 'tbt(life,liberty' .'ono, PHP.???y.ih9t'j, daya.tttteiidate.xa to theZfon.. 'Jima: ,.O'Neill ,will.!.*

they I Col. JOHN BBOWARD was nominated | assailed by tr ruthless, !majority: tn2. ,T rtn citizen under .Amer' ofthe, Probate Court.ID Nissan ,' Jndjiv I
fninated have in effect ruined who are determined to carry out measures to ,* : ; < County,--f.; .
there n candidate for ? jll .insist_ upon.' adiviatonof ;the permission f o sell,ah*.Rea1Eatate .
as a Senator, an/ unanimously which they know atleastwe are opposed{ F ; : ;; betoagiDg< f ,
\ the reputation of he State by the resolution elected. Henrieo, the'c Ondent'of :Philadelphia .J4'-\Jn.a roa,tbe'Brie'-] 36e ;'50!,'with af the Estate. "'*of' John* W.DuBoaodw. late of raiCounty. .:
'I l they have been so determined 'Bulletin> ,who is always-well posted in regard tittr .
THOMAS LEDWITH and DAXINQ C. to the and intentions "'DvBOSE ddntr
i designs of the Northern \ Pmp4 rt .nsJl1ves.. Nassau fe i|

to force thtough.jrj PRESCOTT were u n an. .se1ec e I majority in Congress, is very? indignant at '3.; Res.That;: will not '_.. ,_ :County. ',:Flai. ,'Angust'. .3:1850..;, :/*.jfiit. j
I -'
we for -
.what he calls the and'Inaolentrs. vote 1 ,, ,
i treasonable .. -
th-J...r_ '_ 'S A Ifii-Ai\rr
.,,. -- r.nTTnJ.nl'N
The apprentice noticed'ast] candidates for the off c3 of epresentarive. lutions orth'e'sOuibeni Cbucos..;*Bezi'gatdfttthe S 0 "?'D 1':Of.l. =a..J.orl ,':unless. tir .-0 .-, .t-. .. U--S h! I

the office determination the minority to. protect itself uern aD.1y h.e restttad.to. the. THB'SUbscriber att'11 roost oaU the.nwn1.(. t .
: 'lttk as being only one in our | the and pdrran Ior Jitea' :
i s again8\ unjust unconstitutional Q'30''norrh i,jiiuae. ImpeE4 liefRse" .,'
j fle t>t from the prevailing epidimictan On motion, it was 1c 1 1i legislation of the majority as criminal and rev \ 4. Resolved&hnt will '.GIi1s,cou.b1e'aDd single,at k 1IJu tat,:*$d .
We not ua rte in is ready,.fill all orders ;
olutionary. It has however, in,bias opinion "at.the_abortess -notictv ..
been at lest taken down. We must Resolved. That the feebl action of 1 had one good effect 'It has unmasked what previously ny boundary between 'Texas and'New They can be seenat t a31,time At,the fofgir1ag, '

two express our acknowledgements to Gorl t nir.ent in relieving u from thepruximityof was ft painful supposition and pointed Mexico which pr* )oses to cede to.New 'Agents: .' L' ,.%: *, **. I "r": .

for a savage, foe, Which exposes out to the friends of the Republic ((1 !) the only ill|stated any. [*oiiiior\of territory,south of B.ViU&lonp'Aeosta Ceatrevillt G., ,Cil.r
of the
Mr. Draw Republican perraining the" lives and piopeity f our citizens course to pursue in legislating for its preser t parrallel of 36* 30' north latitude :R{By thewood,'Beaufort S. C X'P.D u'"

UK to employ in the night timn to destriction at anynoment vation. a west of the Rio Grande :' rule Charleston,S.C.-; George.L Brpirn. .Netrruw.- .
He prior to the J3arrisOcalar k
cbe'row P o>,itors of hill Offil'lA hard which has retarded the peilement ,. understand saysI that the North will not consume a stll1ent of the terrWial.questions. EF'TlIOn&A: ;. 1 r L:":.: !

i time the'' have had of it with wliiggeryiiibeday our State, and which remediably time in uu attempt to amend the rules, \ Resolved, That the'representatives. S'ubseriberatmoderatente&EtraaBoxes: and Brushes can be fcaclCf; f-II 1

prevents its progress, dserves our but will unite,heart with band,.in reversing the of fce fiiaveholding! State\ill ,Persons I'.I'h i ; i
tilot e.aid: locofoeoism until fay Gins,or Gins
repaired will ,
all please
sternest rebuke and we ell the judgement of the speaker, nenrvken. correct in order seal legislative and tv-
mit noslit fur weeks ; upn (0 obtain vote the several constitutional gents or to .SASIUELX.Btm: X
aft Governor uf our State, wb has also pending. An outcry will be raise!,, that metis, the admission of the State. of Cal-! St.Marys. Oa. Augusts 1856., to I'(lists al I'V. :

been negligent of his duty l protect his this another feature of Northern aggression, bit iforviand the adjustment f'the Texas I& .
: .
fellow citizens by his Excutive arm, let it be remembered how long the South have bourlary, until a settlement oftheterquestions. I H I iE: .:,5'P; 'lx' 'U l'.; .
and to insist from the Fedral Government tampered with a known majority, delayed- rt2 f_' .. ': Ib' '
We have received from Mr. OSCAR tion when entirely in the wrong,and abuser'the 6. it -ft. .. '2'
for that aid to whichwe are anti e i further Resolved That '' "
forbearance of the Free States.It be 'd'
in which \ "
HAST a communication he tled from out connection nth it. is the only resort left to the Northand saw powe and duties of the Commiueeof Uotnll(0a o- it, .l-1t"e h. '

4it i rows any participation' in the meet Rfsol, further Thai] in case the much more liberal it is than the ferpciocs nnscrupuiousand Fiftf be continued until the further 'THE UNDERSIGNED'' ,Lr ,?.,.?,-m

mg at Gravelly Hill, and indignantly Executive "f the State, o'the Federal I unparliamentary opposition raised i- actiorbf the meeting, nnd that the Public'that'they'are the-EesVws & r-
by this class, who now seek to revive thane Chair of this celebrated Spring,and would
.Iuth"raties, shall continu heir a that Committee respfcttur.r;
I repudiates the shameful dorirmesad- presentinactive elements of treason which prevailed to some extent byhe urge the' 'afflicted to come and'be'healed. I Ic .
concurtnce ; >
'fined that occatci"Ye i it policy I in relation n the Semineislature in the days of the revolution 11 grantwho of any three members virtue of ifee water js a54xedfactff-orlil,1,ftl. ;

on regret ties, we urge upon our at will not-that the proceeding would be en- tbroo ay at "ny time call a meeting To those afflicted with fiHEttMATISH, M'JJ;.< _

wail"0.1 fete for insertion until next its next session, to adopt 6ch measures I! satisfactory to those Slats,South that hithesto of the i*resent a lives of the slavehold- 'FULA,, DYSPEPSIA, Bud the raua*illtl ,

shull have pursued a wise and conciliatory course ingStaV which mortals to we ,
ireek. as ensure the imme ate removal I i Wash.Southern Press. would-'rtvpi -
I but what are we to do? How else ca the fully'suggest that they try its virtues belli. .
of the Indians, at any pri, and at everY questions which disturb the country b? set- from m:1nyaloa06t mirsculcuscnreaeffectcd'viti .

ME. CABELL. hazard. tied? The bitter-ends, pursuant to the plan Q m 'it 3 its use, that they. also willb .asimll4rJj! .ttnritx j.l "- .

Dear Editor-Just l before every elec- Resolved, urther, Thctthe line of 36 proclaimed by their organ here,.declare that niM.... .in. place_L u; on "- -- :
I they will retard the of the bill 113ss ELIZ .1"11day tlje 16th inst. The seeker of pleasure will here i.
30 progress ev find delf a
as recommended by te late Southern TH AL BEIUtr a -
don, Mr. (.*bell is sure to mo-mt a 1 of Camden co Ga. fal
1I means within their and it this Also place to while time. .
ery power; Ol& away Their Table will i 1
I (Com C1rn.iD of
CD ion held at Nsh ille, Ten i threat be observed, of which there is cot Tnesday the 211\ be spread with the best
hobby, to ride abut up.iii and pick the 'iut., of l tery;J AXES Ioosatr of the land and no <*-
nessee is the nan ( for shadow of doubt what ot Patter ertion on their :
only platform a opportunity or tape soo; N. Je aged 26 part will be wanting fo ptt'viu :
"B votes. F--r the last four : 'sliP the South the have but yeurs. for the comfort and J :
to stand upon, pd we accordingly can majority to apply the tftt&tbscrtn I Also, eti. afterioou of pleasure visitor': :- .

E da< rode a poney with a pretty !long I agree to it as a m sure of concession numbers By continually> overruling I i first. DOrA FEMPA, youngest Tuesday the 27th I: The surrounding conn try,is filled with "Dt>'r :.
the speaker inhere his daughter of and Turkeys, and the Strea .r
judgement conflicts ;the ilg1J.tus. C ns sjth the C/.v
name. It was called "Capt. Price and beyond which wqwill not Lwsa )1. Gillett, aged J of fish. ? .
go ; progress of businets, the whole slavery <8testin I and 3 wont 1eJ.r Good dogs and fishing uckle will Lcafc

Suarez' Cumjanieslouuted; Yiiloi'ti )- and that we congratulae the South may be disposed of in three fDe,. I repeat this all times at their Kcrrice _f

'i upon the defeat of the:gate so called is the determination of the Northern representation MRI'! -. Conveyances from JACKSONVILLE dm ct-
ers. This unfortunate I poi-ey he Compromise Bill, introliced into the ana they will persevere until rhea is no i Intellgence.ENTERED tc the SPRING at all times ready. ,- ;

has ridden for four and never longer necessity for such action. Board per month .- f
year, U. S. Senate by the Committee of : Otl t
This i
man speaks advisedly. We ha italicized Servants : .
t (JC! "
i '
gave it a feed of corn : it is pn tty well! Thirteen. .. the lines which divulge the drttnaiaatioL?: Aug 24 Sch. & Lewis, jfaskiH X.T. Horses per month. 15.0t,: I

broken down, and UM-S:
his meeting be publishe b hands this fall it na't Jive much 28" Harl ;
etter .
I .
When such d Kelly, X y
News.S. expect. policy adopted we msjr i o 'v' -. .
longer. be sure that open violence is not far off. 29 Sch. Isi iie- Holden, X. Y For Sate ; i'fllHE !,

D. FERN NDEZ, 1. Rod$ Price, Ch.ambers( N. y: following tracts of T luabl 'G] t {wit .
But fO \,e serious: I should like to \President. Since writing the above, 'We haw receired 30 -{ Marias, Melleu, ;X. V. J. "TheLoW'fract"t8ttaated-as- 't)";ue ttt 0 3

L.'tnw'bat humbug to catch votes Mr B. FEISBEE, Secretary. the proceedings of Wednesday, by which we.. E.\RBD. 'Indian Rift, containingFive: Hundred 1'" .__'

C learn that the proposed amendment to the rules 28 Brig Or,0.; parritt, Ne Y. moreorless--also--the' abloT! till I tl __. .
'ahell riU station the eve of Mi* ale c- THE GREAT MASS COfVENTION.MACO.V of the House Was adopted by a vote of 112 to 47. .- Pablo Creek r the muthof the. MIHA., -

iura i'Ttrerv Ang.22-i i This alteration of the rules seem to have obviated River, supposed'to contain over Two };:;Ir.nfn
Ga' o'clock
p.tot i A .o\RD. acres-including. some;fine 'hammoci
thenecesaity of patting the the sir' : ; = nl a
i is ho doubt l fou: he will ,tat Our Mass Convention has just ad- to the South,in the manner proposed by Hen ,mall .Tract of Woodland ia.the'.vicini.-- di! .ha .

Something or other I.. wheedle tiP pl'u: | jt'le rot'd. It was one mf ie largest and tier, as it appears from a telegraphic dispatch DURING my a e from this State I hare Town of Jacksonville.les5.-r-Terms,oootaioing TL k.yr l"l"t
which find In the Charleston more or low. .
we Craven, thatthe lisiness to the care of Mr. tft j'j
; but whatever it maybe, I Jun't m-'St enthusiastic meet 1 it ever held. Texas boundary bill passed tbj House en CHARLES P. C IR, Attorney at ,Law t For further.particulars apylyto.'i: i ?-.'l,< I]

think I. will'entu'c to ride the old I in the State. It was a teased by M r' : Thursday a majbriny of.50 votes! Jacksonville East la, for prosecution, to a: CHARLES. P.:GQOifErUils! \f
We are 'constrained to doubt t-hia. close. In thus tra iog business 'aad'A.u-. n-rtlie l
Mh'.y IIg"'u No, no. He has tried; I !Rhett of South Oarolinfc Messrs. Yan- though it is possible that it may be b report.. If CoopEu, I take plea 'n giving my assurance to'Mr.of ., QiS p ,O('J a&".Ic.I.'1Ir t '' ,.>
that loi-genough, nnd if ever the claims cey and Cochran, of labamaj andMessrs. such a vote has been t.aken it was cndoubtfdly his high moral and lional integrity and Jacksonville... 6.: ,t' .- .J : ..
the cheerfully bespeek i eon : i
by application of the fatal term in cam iitu that 'consideration

lOr Volunteers ate got, it must be by Corquitt., Stilespones, Gibson, shape, and if the 3octthern Caucus, whose resolves .L from___my__ _friends_!___&,an_-_ _ante. to which bothLRt3GOU c N.U TJ-C'R.. J .t"_ f

a different S'.rt of a Representativefrm Ramsay and Platt> of[ OOTgia. The : we published on Friday, 2e cs sincere cuiiiituitiv ijjjjj .d ONE month.after date I .
siallappJy tithe
and resolute their .
as language wonld indicate I A. PEDE. 1
Sir. f abell- resolutions the lS O. j-JW HonorableJudgeofihe Prentc\5nurt if
adopted werjof ettong' we may look forfeiting ,new ?&m Washing August, 10 % t ,
1 Columbia
county; tosell: the'l '
ton shortly If the bill has without L ;
Suppo we try Major Beard this est and most decided 8racter. Thefollowing I' passed the belonging to the.Minor heirs:'of;Oeprjc7fBarnesdea : -
of the
application the
principle missoiri
time t A VOLUNTEER. will serve &sh| indication <>f compromise. then the South has lost all,aid all Sheriff's Sale, km Co., Fla. ,' loft whida:.aU' persopa iaU e. &cd. l!
are desired to take notice. ..+ r-
their i reasonable hopes of fairness and justice from shall eipow to sail front t
spirit j I of tbe.Coart '"_&:_ A.mnI.. '
the northern majority are at an cud House door of BewA .
INDIANA ELECTION.-The election in Resolved the 1Ultv on, the_first 4'- ''. '
That shout
events o'c.I Monday in September fuUhin .S :',':

I Indiana has resulted in a complete cur, it would become }he duty of the I HURTIKO ExctT&5 oll.-" id you or sal*, the following |rtyto legal wta hours ..i'i:"'.Ui--.iAu,_ >_, ,_ 10, '6.t.._. ,: r.\. :If.r .l. .'-"'/" "u'., ... '.
Democratic triumph. The Indiana G vernor, under this rection; of the ever hear of the scrape of me and uncle Sekiel West half of the Eart hal ,tion'tour Township t"_""NOTICE> > ...- !. ,
; I."tl" :
the Connecticut?
ou too aaked Jonathan twenty Range lione-letied .
tip. '
last cil 1 i ; ;
Slate Sentinel.d August 14th, sums Legislature, to a conventionof Timbtsrtoes.while amusing his old dutch I on as prperty of W m.S.. to SAtst, 'aFi TUB heir and'all pen us interested ir ',tt?' & ;

ell 1 the result as follows: "In the State the people "f Georgk, to consider of hostess, who agreed to entertain him'under the Fa issued from the Circrirt of Benton of James&James, late.fUieo'ui:. '
the necessary measu of safety ,to roof of her log cottage, for and in considerationof County,in f&vr-r of John ty of 'Hilbborouh,- deo,' reJ hereby 4iii4. .

Senate, 21 Denv-cmt and 12 Whig the State.--It istlf opinion of this a bran new tin milk pun. MOODY. that,''on'the first Monday.in SeptCTber n"rt r. :
"No,I never did do tell it"was the _. shall apply.to the-HClb> ''; + '.
Sei'itots hold ""Ver. Of those rt'centlyt1ected meeting that our Seniors and Representatives reply. enton CHy. P"P .t ; .
immediately "Well-you must know that I and uncle Julys, IS50. |.\\tds' of the county of Hiflaborioagb, told. rein i,te.:
the Democratb have .1 land the in Congress ihould Zeke took it into our heads pee Saturday af- er theireal.and personal propertyy 01 tcilde' ,

Whig 5- that the Senate will return to their J ate, and unite ternoon,to go a gunningarter duck, in father's Circuit Court So Ai ceased allotted.tone according toe,". :.U f.. : '\.
so co n'with skiff in ,. Circuitof in suck case made t.i-i.;
their conslituels a in action on BO we got and t>kqJ led down the river.' andprovide&r .. .
faro majority of 15 Democrats. such measures. \ A proper sight of ducks flew feachwarda and Florida.'Hiilsuh Co. t ''.I* : MARGARET. .C. lAli .,,:
"In the House of forwards I tell ye-andbinwby a few of'em lit ti vAttti; w'.

Kepicsenlativep, so LATER FOJi flAGRBB down by the marsh and 'went to feediag on SBUA&n B McQcme,. I Tampa,August... W. 1850.whatever .'-. .: 4,,.,. 1':..J,:1r.' ',. ..'. <..
>r as return haVe been received the muscles. I catchcd'up .dehorl11o tie. Chancery .. ..
B kticten lilY p.l ,
Jf Large !-Conflict the Military k I ,/.; : .t /
and it :
tmocrat, tare elected 56, and the wd the Robbm-'Ibe Latter Vutoritnu.' prime the slipped, right: oct my hand, sank :.. } i. Notice.. ., .--lJ-irJ./l.' ".{:, "" \.--'
to bottom or t,o,. rlrjr. The water was ;pBDEE AT 'ORA \ '
"bigs34. In the convention to form The schooner, Sb.ar oD, fruna.Chagres amazingly i clear and I could are e feou the boUoo. persons hating'any cleli Ia& 'n'i;". .
_. .... .1.appearing to. thesatisfiiofeeCourt, ..A" : '. ':
.i' VfvL. .>V v_t'.17.., -: ; -. .t > _c. ..I._.7.>.V& { ": 'kind .P.tIt.t:&i.r r. h, .
I.ew Constitution, parties will Mand ; on the 31st uit., arrtva at New uneans -- a.&IM """ YV ar.-.o. I&UW hv." Affidavit thecomnl. *+.JIj.:...i-;.j. I James .l4mes aeceasetLare i ,
"y4a.are a* rest clever ieUGw-ja farms ;xxtfttirwipresent ill
P l Court that the'above meutiofleisides
OttaocratsSS 1 the 17th ins. not re- them to the; under->Biguei IaJu1iAWri 1 .
Whigs 51. on Can.; Ducey. reports take your p reader horn to pfimeud don'eIOu out of the State ofFiori "Ili thehearing trixof hlsE3tatewithia .
_the time ibtidbc ,
that Atkerman & (o.'s train; from th.ink he 1rouJd'n "Wcll es I cyaa'tem State of 'q rgi., ''It is onlert. law in"'defeats thereof; they. '.. -t *;! ;
MASSACHUSETTS. the Fiat Dis- prettyRood.diver t an' ifycdive andgit It ,on the facts charged in said,I lit theand''fif debarred j Z wilr.. T.i : _- p. 3\\
t.iet Panama to Chagres. pas attacked ten l'llgiY you aprJD i'n'.. I.sh ulht he'd leaTe Fall term, in the yeir.etgbteen] a All from'tecoreryV'nsiddebtedtoeFatatti.a' ,._ ..
F. A fihotl, \'IIIgis eriainly) his peauder,horn ,but he did i :nt: but ha stuck J : 1 ; +e); 1t& -
milt'a-out from Panma, on the 25th | f ty, of said Court, provided:i: 0f this red to make paymenftoHfee aadtirCt .
Peered.{ The 'vote stands it in;hia; pocket and down fee. wtot-=fact the order be'pnblUhed tu.some -- ;'-< ,i
a* follows 'ppaper tGARET.diA' .
July and robbed of OOO .. &..
83 in
gold bastaid. .
*4 ., "' ? of,this State/or the.splice,of:t m the at '1. Ad .
Elliott 2355; Sunnier, Free Sotler, du The : Here the bldjlaay opened her eyes 'kith "on- least before the first ] : '. 0'i- .
>t. authorities Panama dispatched -, day' oft J 'of Au IO :185o' .
-;Heard Deniotral 282 dar and surprize; ana a''"'pause of com sninctessofid said CoqrtIWrrxcss: ,, ,- i,. .'. .Iit.21'. ,_. ,. .," -

21. ; scattering, "twenty/two sidier i jn,pursuit_ .when Jonathan fcddsd!* y J.' ..: '. JI1yn\ueatChnmb' dicy ... 1IRiSt. Iwl, >tt 1V". !.'..; .
robbers I looked down, andjVfLat. yom._think the'old 'ofJnnel in oaf! *- .
of the theyearpf
; .they cane up with them : 0 hou A LiT: so>u lndehtedtcftJte-.u') rJititjr. -.
I'D cdtterXiiado'in'1: : ? f ; sand _
ttJeSec'Ona 'DistriCI,Up ham, V6i iB, a;few miles. from'the'cly when,,a fight 'Lord!" exclaimed the old lady .''2nt sure I. : eight.s .'JOSEP.D'diuidtilf:B';,1ANJedgaof /V, Vaaghtli; +te ofPut' 'e6U yrd et; sccd.
as .. ">/ "\ t F. ;. '_. are requested 'to 'm&UauiaW' : &t&
probably "' !
i elected. :
Cimit-e i'or r .
to the \ I. took. place, i in which.s cteen _of,.the soldiers .. ., There/ ; : ;. }2tiie'Southern Judicial f .mt1'June29,1850. '-. the.ondersignedjand' E4 %ctofa i+i im st, .' II r:

Fotrrth District. .: is. thought- ) and six of.,the robers,.;jvere killed: ,on the.bottom of the.river-.paarin*. the jjeaoder .. .f ,-the.estate w hereby,aeMfiedtoKeBKitlKwithinUrt -;, _. .
tbt1'p will he.1,0-choice.K tj'l. ; i.t- fAsq?+ out of horn into hixen -'' .I. \ .;jQ ; : time Prescribe;h? !avJ*; ,i/S. 3wUllbVpfeadimi : I
.. .. The government troorj did i ;:not_ succeeditsretaktn *my* "' v *,- : .*'* "Iii- i- ,- -: _; ,'".: 4 ; barof. their rear .': .
: "
i "The t < Notice h ', .MB Of .o'4. ""
the.loBt pWder._ ai ; 'In..ftmf. -'
xtUc ..-TheFraikr..' Common i -* --,- v-T j, "''3? ; -.:. j. -ithorities MEETING OF.'rn- SOUmElttr MEMBERS-' "mcntlasajterdtttelehall' ) ).. ?\J, ; .i.J.O" -.0- 1i..o .; ,-
..were about:U send onti_ stronger OF'THE'HQUSEOF ATIAtt8u .s. pi aq ; acdcsto t-, 1'.1 ".. tf 1 .' ".
wealth stale>*that l as:far as heard'from, : : # ? -*.we have 5" ,to-Cl congratulate' S Yi* 3"'the- .. ;counts and vouchers as the:Ad i ;) _<. -"'. ; {. <. ';
on. the 30ibwitha'determi; S iW /( '.- of the'Eatfttft of.Joshua.,R:: r.'' r > :. \ !.4.rf .: : '
.rorf s. : .
; Hogansen .:
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Jiy and, )it/Ji.1. ;Senate, nation '-..clear* the t ,Ifibtnus-*?i i '\ of' -Jt.tho'' Verf rob--+ Soutbou'tbeatlataatets; : f of greater unity! 'Judge ipf Probate brc mi Count t r' -"'en". .- > 1fn.rx.J.r.:'v.n -. : ," .,.,' ,"
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\t'da' 4 SS'ln oral 12 Democrats i, -- arson ;bcr.',repreerUiiie+ .:than lias yet: I'shall at the game timyapbyj'tb'saiddischarge ... ..' 1 .J 1Jif' .: -

r b8' .. -.Y'. '. $ -l t'ti -.. from- JI1 u.-. ,' .
-taa b' to lw heardfrom. The House .,' ,- 0. .r. 'r''" ; _been known.i:1 <: *? \ .t.1. ; siidadminpratiori ol. =6 t rork "Y'U'Jr." '. 'f'. .
A man:C'numitted. :luicide m Cralifor. ,At.a/meetinff hsld's.few'$ .evcnicgs 'Alt4 personsinterestediresUcedtb to c) this' "< Iitce rhich '- .. '"." .' '
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lito be hem t"rO, .' '1.z 1- diet. tisattheman' .was/'a-. dd, ]..1t.. pointed' V a'Ca trines* tttee," '1)0.*'* """"e J'" "*/test-'*nts*'"- :(r\ I-I 'Alligator.u i > June v .:th'lt3r -:0.' '.,w'.- .,,;'.

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rit i Qtzmterly; > ,Reviews.. .' r 'of the tIl'otela Ormecly". P {: bf ate Erttnn,. of th Pm ,: .8 T. a,r, 'jt,
+ $
: nttnnatto r t im itsttt ab aslttitla 4 ., T rto
I 914 Q 'revolutions 'and ,counter- +WOOD *' P ectftilly 80iICtt.a. has'htlhertor r :. / ,... the, tr ti P' r t > 7 .
whichbeen e at iori ; '
.'Qitended'Jttvnhgtii a ldcasgibu t: d'ti r
tetoluttaas Which the ,
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.tom o tteiiifctiwiVof Europe, U ak4oRn, estsb. =,, t ott t r e' ablro otires oft i r .; ,
this.Uftaenk td
bestowed n : '
have followed each other in iuch quick succes-; np erit t they } y ,k vn ,. b'I rho u8 h! tml$ tdc
Bias,ttd f vhidi'aii.u Mtyet" the lea- In order the.better to tn } ,4 ., re 9 Ll ?;t .off'' : d een, attea $bettsed o zban i ,6 ;
7. have 'enlarged''and thoroughly repaired.the 'two,p i Clpa'1 ob, tc'.a'aintE ta .n Gh ''etlt ien i t ib.
diagipeptodicals oIQeaiEritttia'have'; become r v ,,.. t a oY
to [yv 1 ,7
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1Jtr iiSO h'.irar .4z'
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a ik / 1 t
hitherto buildingad .dopled'nuBJ'.taffffiS rYe tct
forested with adigretiof interest onkaowiL r ,.LEA ,.
jr&ey ; ; ground be- promote the health and eom guests.The nse, i's' z occupy Ct 'S. ds: r <
heusqwillcertainly '
.1 old friendspf .the eutrld erica,,; o t d'I th : a1
tureen the iintod and neccss-arily imperfect ,
hastjdi <
tabe.;will be un-, foee"it tbti{ tu: b tit'ritvt.l $ l.
records of the newspapers,and the elaborate an advantage,that the' : J r Y itiEi,... ,,.ae"sirble, 'YTtis' } K
< and ponderous treatises to be, furnished SeTlM superintendence jof an; experienced li ,cr ., rfttitrn s. than, g''..4r his irietids. 't. r t, C&E E.. #
by the historian at a future day Whoever Hostess, by whose aid they'flatter Delves 'the lib Fes fb'9 'Iab ra Iron"a the ''Ird i n8$,ttta t4lt> read*,.these periodicals obtains a correct And they shall not be rivalled by any a> teaa Eo hun.>tnd'asstiretheta that eendeyor ,; ,4 t Jtnrl, +ePerdy i i 1! nll'f Zt''r'twfit

collected.. account of.all the important'politicilevents South, being now enabled by the consent steam to ineht :contlato ;e6f'.theif favors.T + t tN7 ; nfn! ,r t tio' .o'. 't' aat
mot other
of the'.old trorldj as they occur :.and communication with Savannah and Charleston: rSt.F Y .YEtETAB' CbnD er r a? t esti t flit h .a _
learns thevarioueconclusionsdniwnfromthewbr to have the advantage of the fine..marketslot' net's. lfiU.. r rlt:rs r iCd tar
the our } 1n ** -* w !?P ... .JTeg EM'E
tie leading spirits of the age C The Ameri- those Cities. In addition they bring to Q .rffijjfliijan* arid iijta iZ tcw b M E t.:1'tD1 t 1ri'b; a .o Rt" ,,,,,,.r ,
can/Publishers/' therefore deem it to call siness an experience of many> -y esre'whtch will 'M fyears' In a\iHonsW C'tL47 n1' t7F r i't, ,
proper _
k i
better the means of attending ESSRB.Rult. $EID &,COe.h vim i r .of .. t toS o tin R EtSdMst'di y t., tfit :t
renewed attention the works enable them to judge ,6 '
to they republish -,MaheVDarirEtidtha5tiildiQgssittached, t *>ia* I fi.trhVhdVeVt ea t'itntoVeaprwu ; ,
'title mild : sons ell vreikul > If
and/the very low prices at which they are of to the wants of those who aresna P h P artdin! ,co nnE;cl icn'ytith.:. ei>r, t.eerA 'a 'tat'y,1I4 1t': Pcn D 'e, taped no't ii 'once fiecoae rFbaa ta }tc l's'titdttttlttfncell i t <

fend to subscribers. The following is their climate of Florida, for the purposes' ofhealtp/ : RIfG0011 CRO C 1a?,F ,H R J>l .dp r. 't art once of its, t'valae t ,'.;T e health .dt i dzxtt9j,t t otaF

liattria: or pleasure. which. tlie1"uwto A DaihIISC LL AN E{.,U S ,E ST.gB I$N bt't .rgi' haeit e 'P erfectl ; ii6tledlby yert 1! 4t b4r rAa41 ? tl c ir ,
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, THE INCREASINO reputation :3fE1 3. 'to tatlother r .e avti rr: 1rAe
in the estimatis* i : do a QENE3AL COMMISSION ffuiCttl 7Vj ??* ?* 4ay: Ltrrtfc
MB'EDISBtmGH REVIEW, of Florida possesses ,BUSINESS V" railed It3operaiion"ls pot simply,to susp'eithdipa tt'ailTntr fa"s.
on fh r.-.o ,
cureof consua ; psc :elteiYt E 4 .
the o
the medical. faculty for 'for ri1''Uni bat 1 Jto + thfe''sy 1 c i} jt Ott
Saran Jumy
NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, diseases has indicea a- jThoia.tltargea are established,by.tbe s deleutf.a? EpTet4P jbitC ert' of it
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW and other pulmonary State, diu'vR tlu*. 'nth:rates. -. tel d restor, ,ittqaonaid=and pel ect, bieltli. pe if drtned, bat Rf: a t urante't+ tfEtot i t,
vast increase of,travel to this n (l.B\all\ Eta
tmen3tin.t'c '
ANDBLACELWOOD'S of arose who L the ., ''Cheya'ro -6rrraha: Agent of'thti U.S. ;Mail 'Treatise"on"thl4jJ6ati f8, !:Lanbrr of,elides,half t
fall and winter months, '
offeVer and agucand(>!hrdisel ses of L
Steamers at this and sire now ..enabledto ]&S
-ann' place, ti& R 4 rtt *
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. relief afforded by a milder atincspherf *
itavraet.>rmmd 'offer evtry.fa'cility to,the Merchant,.Planter- biljonilimates/% -b bid gr iiligoft4 i };unAlsoViumerotis lrerstl'b weakness ld*
this *
The above Periodicals are reprinted in, New view of fact thosubscribers de *
dud the Public srg L-fikllQ jltiJ-i111
their arrival the British that their exertions to-merit tH Patronr'rgewhich generallyGdods *: wsflfeiiiijjVcttfUnnatfV,1 It"r ,
York, immediately on by certificatea-ft'om 'jntnrbrtheiJghqstiegpeftability >,: nJt .
th.rr-care.will be received uiti

codsi ned
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steamers in beautiful clear type, on fine shall be bestowed on i '
Justifying.tOjd0! great'eiScacy *"
itndtforw .riieliwlth.despatch. medicine has ''. ttl
white and axe faithful copies of the originals without regard to toil or expense{! seen fflccli-d $jc paper, situatcdjCouvenienttotheWhai'f. f this medicine can be on application "* !
Warehouse '
,The4fc Store Office; and are 11describtdj
COX.Jacksonville bearing
>S & ; rectin-Eitijded'ior aC
BUFFING? .1 ,, -
BtackwoooVs Magazine being an exact fas"iai toV ir'!>- {}f'v"J: : *
/:i>Led t 'krtilf oi, tt 51'
Palatloi St.John'River E. F. .Janus '.Ii.. |f jHOLMES&rX10\ .of iS '' .'
periodicals are contained the viewa The Charleston Merely, anal the ha- ry 1 lv aparills c nd toltI a fell-tB t'1 dut
% nf
T the above 'l. a ly, | Jitn/* for Jacksonville and Vicjaiity. veme.sliihts' slwr je'cd it scl
and vauiwh will > copy
moderately though clearly firmly ; Georgian; plea ; f1l.ovt
Received Brig Egyptian, 11 \ JaCkso*ille, Feb. 24,1849. 6nY had o
t ti5i per p t sttt'frl. 1; r to l.fal
in IVry until forbid. .
the three
of great parties England- / ,.. .. ,
from New York a choice supply, of + Elpa
-daya ; sratelnl for.r lbs efitdtahertereir '
and Radical"Blackwood" and the
Whig, the ioti provisions, consisting of / DR..TUti SEND'S,. pJMPpUNp. EXTRACT pleasure in thus.aclinientilfeg no led i1 gtelE
Quarterly' are Tory; "Edinburgh a
Review" Whig; and the "Westminster Review" SIX weeks aftor date shall npply; to r.lion. Eiour, Bacon, Pork, Hams, But-( ,: SXlftj ilPA'tijL' ii. ., it to'tfc't u'bli -

Liberal Jhe 'North British Review" OWM its Jude of IVobite' oMliikUr o, l,. terV-tard Cheese .Coffee ThisEiractis 'put'up in qimrt.lolflts\$ (DlD.bIGOREcorot'Grand: -, ,Z fdirsits.
establishment to 'the last great ecclesiastical county, for letters of Administration ?u the s- Sugar, ,. sMclimes \kaperpleasahterj\ ahfl rarran'teEl'suporior ,#IbanyiAng :1844r ,t'o

movement in Scotland, and is not ultra in its Ate of George S. I'ryne, 1ltc of 8 tid 1 couty.deed. Dried Apples, Peaches, &c., &c,' to!ny;{sold; 'It feares( Iseas'es withoutipmitingirgingjrickeningor'debUitating oT. xsa D ri t,

views en any one of the grand departments of / JOHN 1).1GLL1 \ the patienLanoB 'IlilEtCractot_ sir partilab'sIfECE,? ,

mumiRknowledge; it was originally edited by Tampa, Fla., '50.H Also, .particuhrty.udapted.to{ a ,< ay pieparel'jnr; eterenre. tvirn,alecoslnirt efa

Chalmers,"and now, since his death, is con Hay, Lamp Oil, Paint Oil, IFhiteLead r FALIAND WINTER, MED1C1KE: I\o female w (i Las rEascn tc, eu i1e, ,

by his son-in-law, Dr. Ilanna, associated ad Notice Glass, &c.; '-0 The greajbeauty and sttperiof ity of this Sar pros ng'th atctitidperiod thetnrt, ft htE
with Sir David Brewster. literary character ,hchWrvrt.Je. August t 21.AYING l 9. lowest sliparll over all other rem dic? is, item- ; sl>;onldpggieci.tptakeit1Aaitie"x ,
isef the very highest order. The "West left the .State for C.ilitbiia. 1have" all of which is offered for sule at.the' + ,di sdisease'itanvigoratesthe"' Tentive for an y ol thenun.eiot8 ceiKlmli'
transferred business I (.'ol. cash prices, by .. "bndJ.S tai'diseases
under that title '
minster, though reprinted only, : my ody, consumption (Cured, i -which" ffnialeil, rtf st tJtr4 ;
is published in England under the tide of the Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunct i tf
and Westiniaster"' it being 'Mr.Bakur ccuJe' all unfinished busicss to ;May 18.1SSO. :j several 7tu.t;
"Foreign Quarterly pro knsumption. can be cured years Ly using this n.cilicii> .,
in fact a union of the two Reviews former a close. I ANAMA AND RICE STRAW, HATS' ; ;| /r> bronocbW consumption\ liver1''complaint,;, lessvululbleforthoaE ,D>La 'd tiir, T Ittli r?
published anl reprinted under scperatc ti The Militia claims in my charge \vil be nt- P i colas ou g hs'catarrh''tasthma' ,'spit.' womanliood, as.it is calcuat:: t to v a
tles. It has, ijpreforo. the ad vantage by thineoubiaatioa tended by myself iu connection ftli l Col. vjitinif blood,sore a in thechest; by=qnickenicg the!Weed ird, 'nisi "ltl.tEtyt
work the best leu- and CoLCliarles F... Shenn.in.I";i a h- Ladies Bonnets ; Bonnet Trimmings ; > d } II
< f.anitiRgiB one Spencer, : ,he ctlnsht.nightsweate,d ifii- 's y ste a in Ieditbtknedicineisint: >nnL 61t
area of both as,heretofore issued. ingtonand every effort made by usftntly to Stationary of every description ; i 1 cult or profuse cxp 1 t ,, all the,d raeaseato rlhi L tE
rosuiti I b-ivc A. nssortment of Boots and Sb-oes. a ,, ROq, en.,,orC. g Iett.
your pppiesof any or all the above works prosecute then to ;a snncc.ssful general f* v'toraticmand: ai ;. It braces thE -TTliole sysi En,, 'nee e
collect the moneilurm tli 'S(; "Just. received_ and for sale at redsted 1 eta ct
w H beseut tooncaddrc&soupiyumittof theregu no authority tu (> in h T8idel'&e ,entlyjljeimpurities, natti ? .dnergiES- ,- c.SEnttit'tl

,. w subscription for three-the fourth copy claims as I have always preferred to 'E;tirhtt -. prices at the store of VVJL DEWEES.. 1, LaPe. Andr cl the bEdy-not, ?( tj; etiA 411

b ;ing ; retie. ever money may be appropriated pl-d in th: P. i .,cane the systems to'pTCdUce u anhfe5uliliflti
TERMS. hands of a local paymaster, such as Ie par t.: April 0. tf '! 'cured., lion, Which is the ease a i n oat n...i' ;
Foray one. of the four Reviews, $3,00 por a'm interested raav* select, after the act I their re. .. .. Probably LI iier, neverVas a retneil' that ha s for female 'wealnessaud'ditote' : tell t tsl
u GUEGORIYALK: LiitKl tor @ c. +
do 500 lief. DISEASE
For any two, been so succtionas tfultndesperatecastsofconsnmp- OFJUL 'Llhl 7 11
For any.three, do. ?;oo u August 28, 1849., Ifjff FOR, SALE, pttwe'eTi nine +iiid'ind test th +t this t,cjeanses ;and' strengthens the TUTEE A11'D I hGI + h.* "

For all four of the Reviews, c..00 cc '., acres of Land, situated in assatl ,system and k'pears.to heal the; ulcers;onthe

For Blickwood's Magaiine, 3'llO, nit $cEln r l3UOa County partly near Nassau and partly bear St.' lungs' and patients gradually regain their R. owASEKp-jXa r {7 5 > i.

For Blackwood and three Renews 9,00 Towns Book. KirkhatiwGnirumar-m Slavy'a itivew., being a portion of Waterman usual;he.althpnd strength.tASE been affiicted1 with :s dfto,..' | i :,,, p
For Black woe I and fear Reviews. 10,00 u Blake's llhctoric. ; Clurk's < uaniar, Grant. T bq -above is heavily timbered pine CURIOUThere 'OF CONSUMPTION.cely { itbateirible{ rnlttl, tir.i.c E('.. F ., ,

Payments t9 be made in all cases iii advance.CLUBBING. Abercrombie's Phil'hy, ChainbeIr.\winp) lan-1, conveniently eituated'tipon water courses, is s i, ix'daypassos'but "there are thegreater pi rt o. tl s ,ti: 1, ,;'e le,
of about fivfe hundred troillrttll'Ri'1
acres '
with the aatil
exception + ;rt'
t number of lees ,.Consumption 'reported us
Scholars Companion .do Chemistry a
RemittaRces ass communications should* ofhoavy hamioock land upon the St. Diary'sIlricor. ttpt'tngcf, 1r1 Errf Ri i; = . .: .
# Davit-it's: First Lesson, do Ioology, cured by the i e of Dr.TownsendJs :use urilla. 't
be always addressed postpaid or frankel lr to do School Arithdo/ Treasury The whole or'any'portion will be sold The'fill owl was recently"receive.d : trefSll 4, EC V'xvcuiitt i.v.. ..

the publishers. metic Fiuowl ge, cheap for cash Apply to' '' Dir. TovMKj*--De'ar Sir: For the last, leave her hfd. ll. nj.iijf T. : '
LEONARD) SCOTT & CO., WILLIAM IIICKMAN.Jacksonvillo 'and severe hhe triEflrirl'
do Algebra, dF 1'hyioloyty, threfeyears' 'shave been afflicted with general TT 'ti-vw-
79 FULTON STRKET,New York, ; March 17 1849. tf such wises tith.but littie; Iti '
last e; 1,1. ,
do Elcm Geometry liurri fltonrullj' debility;an< nervous consumption of the ;
Entrance Si Gold st, Lincoln Botany uud tl.is, _,,_ -J-.._ ----- _. -- --t A -- _fr stage, and.dij toterpecttoevcrgain myJieplth bad'faketi bur ttrcc to titf j-/Hi ;flu'

b Vr1 Mitchell Geography & Iledg ,ogc, 1' I etr* Books; .New Books at all. Afte going through course of nlediiine'under medicine sle wEt vutireh iej \V ft r f> (!,
d 1l.Y
J t3_is..._ d2S b Atlas, Liftlt cabir., JUST .Ueceiveii' arid., for sale, by,the, subscri. t :cure of some of the most ili stin*. of the disc heart tw.Vtd,tied ,1111'}, fujtcit ha-. 'ale t/' a? ei
Parker's First Lessons, Will I'.s L'. States, guished regdaj physiciahsfand members of the tireiy :
DOWLING ALf.Er, BILLIARD[ do School Philo- Chai ler'a.Goology- THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S 'PEAK, .Board of Hwltl in New'York, and elsewhere, She has fllfo hfcd kJ e'troj! >yf aV i" T *fftnitieh

SALOON, &c.r ophy, Par! 's Rhct Header. A' Taltofila Pac / e.by J.Fennimore: Cooper. and spending the most of my earnings; in at* 'hescl.f, ttrollfir.tefftid': .Ve. bM tc' x,11.: j nof ,r1
Price 50'cents. to after read rtllar J :u 1 : t :
I tempting regain healtb..at.d
and of French Sen hook my ? '
a ,
tlitet.ses. I'Lt iiili iy'.r+t.t.( v rac:
For sale by THE RAID OF GOMEZ. 25 cents. ing in some !wper of your Sarsaparillr.'I re fa1-

fiHR SUBSCRIREU Las just cpene3, on BAY M. REBD.; ; THE FATAL ERROR, ved'to'tryit:jAfter5 using'six bdttlts;! fcUiuUt E'li. triitvr.' ,,, lot' : ,.: : '. ...;'ttl.i.t

JL SIREEF, North side, one door from the Jacksonville, Feb. 2, IMO.i tfNOTICJ Uv the Counters of Blessingtoh,--25 cents. done mo gee, good, and calledd'o'see'yon fit 7 ( s cr. sIEB: 1 : rr.,1
Corner of LIBERT street, a RESTAURANT, Till PRAIRIE GUIDE, your office j nh, your ndvjce I kept on, tuid do :.ln.Ft lil'c Fcil{ n. tut it is.' r E Pr ri eir r jitt

BOWLING ALLEV, and BILLIARD SALOON. } A_Ttih of.the Mexican Wart-25 ccnts. most heartily tiank you for your advice. I per reality 1E nir tartr f nrilli. iFS' 1 1 a-lj;stubit ,-

The cstablisnraeat has been fitted up entirely .\ THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN. severe In takit the Sarsaparilja,andhaFe been nrdiflnf. .:fcd rbeulE3 Vt u.-d nyfr'
new and is open for the reception visiatosr \\ E hive appointed T.0/ilot.ilr.5our Gen A ftonanc'oftkt last Kevolitiomh'Peru,-25 cts.; able to attendjfcmy: usuaHabofs' for'fLe l.-.Jjt"1 :dneiliit isi fuflFfriig.fs'TiO l'vet.t.n1t,' ,

the usual hours. Vv oral 1eut and Attorney' to settle any CHARLES DkVAAL.Jacksonville four months, juI, hope by the, blessings of 004 disbelieve this -ta r.i :T tl i y.rrc.rttiltJa';
TThe BnrHAS and all business in the saint f Palmer& Ferris. ,',Sep. 1. 1849. tf and your Sarsjarilla tocontintfd{ Wy'health.-- call iR ar l LcurF! : r.il 1 I- tF 1 c ul: r :' r. ; ,a ttir;

been supplied with the choicest liquors To collect and receive all de its due the firm of It helped me wondthe.expvctatiohsofnll that Yours, rrt>1 crtfni iti : : .:,

beverages to suit every palate will Palmer & Ferris, by Bow-Mortgage-Note XicltsnnvillG Fcmald. Institute. knew.my.case.l CIIARLEQlJMUY.. WII.L1AJ TG ; TI.t1crFSt

be prepared with despatch. The delicacies of or otherwise, also for Diris: i Ferris deceased. ''fintlE1.Conxnuttee'of( DirccMbn Have adopted Orange,JEssd Co'.N.'J. Aug 2,1 lyS4i. .

the season will be at ell times supplied:--Oysters All persons having dot &ds against PalnuT 'Lflj 1' ''the following regulation. State New .rs e'y,'Essez'Ceunty_ 5J.--Ch,,s.jQuiinby. .

Partridges, Venison Steaks, &c., servediat & Ferris or Darius Ferric eceased. will pro- 'Tlxi scholastic year" Is to consist of four. terms being lysROrnaccordinglolatvzon\ N.B. .Purci.tt.i.Oi.e ,1i3 i ,:cbl.etfte' VtM
all hours, and on the shortest notice. sent the same to T0.I Homes for payment, jnul of elevftn weeks biich.Orthography h s oath with;; l at the 'foregoing statement is ers tint hide the UtlefV'le: f ;* vVt.l. :+

The Bilinr4 TnblcHAS all persons indebted to Piflner & Ferris or LMrius reading, writing and arithmetic true,according I the'best of his knbwleilre| :and 'thfwrittfnsitnnttre'* fS..1 't-; -;"h..I ::1

beeni.imported expressly for the House Ferris, are reque ted o call on T. Holmes ,}ier.'term. $4,00. Thc above with English belief. 1 f CI1 .- (jUL11131'. 1'aincal'ul (,flce; l26 Fui j r.JSt ..11. I .t,
is of the most beautiful construe for settlement and make,priyment.' ;gr.; iimai1 and Geojrraphy; per term$5,00. The Swornand,sulcribed'to before me at Orange, ;\, T.;, ReEditlc c .5 ttw-; ; T F ;r ,

tion, with air and India rubber cushions. SAl H P. FERRIS.. above Vsth the higher; branches 'of'.an Englislrlcrlx.titioaembracin.llgcbriGeometryIlistory the 2d Augnstj fe47. CYRUS BALDAVIN, & s"Qi.5. 132-: ortl. S((ord at. T rilr rtli'1 1 ;

The Bowling Pin and Onll*. Arhdt.ofU.>'FRK.KIS+-c. ; .irjl Justice the, .Peace; S. Hanee, druggist, j;.ratircr; ,. 'n t41 r a
ARE also]list from the workman, ana every 1t.11' U I.P: LJII II.. naturJal, mental and moral "Philosphy, Botany,' Ridm, inl! l ; P. M. Crfer'. ('har'eer' ; z ; Vtij
for the entertainment and Jacksonville'Jan., 550. tf Chemistry, Geology.Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic* Ttt&qflLpREN{ SAVED. &:co,151 t h3it rca-Ft i1e (tr r P.t !'.J t.,: ,tr ttrPP

comfort of guests has been provided :\ni evidences of Christianity per term, $6,UOt 1'eryfew famies,. indecdirrin ,fact we have arl st, Ahani-{ 1't+n' IrclarkEt;gp r
too I ebVdially invite the public to call at ill A GNIFICC1IT JLOTJB ..J Euci!, Quarter1 to be paid to th&Treasurer inad: not heard of cfe-that *used Dr. Towcseml's i\Irket :+nd }nM? nvt-rL; / -r.- *
this Establishment, assuring them that I shall Sarsaparilla 'in pe lost ahy'chndren the p'jvst; principal lirg pis's rrd "$?rig f"rthrcughcut rt

pare no effort to contribute theii recreation One rnit Gnpital of Tl,csctaol'trstrill bounder the careful iustructior summer, while Jose that did not sickened and tLtvlJcitid M-ti>. V wjlMfajj.!
GKORGE SKIFF rx100OOUalsry35U,0UU 'of an experienced female'teacher. died. The'certi :ate we publish'below is con the'Cfcniidts. A. JJ. l.'IM Ap-f-

...JacksoagilltFebruary; 161S49.: ly And 200 prizes of$30fDUU S' ,000, $ UAt)0 Provision has been made for instruction in clusive evidence Tits value, arid;ig only'another Jpfi'gipt: :>. !lf*-

'JACK80NV1 I, G Z'IRG11I:18':1TE LOTTERY, La.in. French, Painting'and Drawing, and Mu-. instance it4avipg the lives of pbilUren : = ,{ ''rlntl: ltitt.i-n ; HiAt

CHEAP STORE.Idwiih For the benefit of.Monongalia Acathwv ? tfr which additional charges' will be mall e. Di'Towrlsr u, .Sir: ..Iladtwo,, childifn'cared 'tt r, f
Class !) for ISAO.( ,'T&e'fmjt! term commences on the 8th ofOcto- : by y( r Sarsaparilla of the summer Ihr (Jncb. niritlr < 6rpp''tarrr;"

Brick Building, To bo drawn at Alexandria, Va.. on Er neat. complaint'andt 'sentery-f oriewas.; o'nly' 15
BAT Srttt er. April 27, 1850, under the siiperini Saturdayn- '':'Applications admission' are to bprnade tohe months old andtte other 3 years:. 'They were rpHEj, SUBfCRIB'ER has.ja ecwfis'J. ,
Committee: of Direction. > muchredncl l bt flfws
and if'ic
disco very ivfaeapectedtkeyavoulcdie sfore'thefonbwiBg'aTticlfF, >
of Comiuissiiinere., i __
SUBSCRIBER would ,respectfully in' J. W. .n'AUKV; & Co., .YBnim 1 'f COMMI-TTEE OF', DlRECnOS. ; ; thoy weie L ivE,; a u / by ;tiwo. a ect>}blt at. ricts that eaacot tail to''jnlt ortli
form,the citizens: Jacksonville and surrounding 78 numler lottery--13 drawn bill+ U jcrs :> '. J.bI.TIANIEL, ; physicians. vh the v doctoi informeElus.tltat, ,,, sees: r .,, ? ,{, J
country, that,he has opened the above : 8J'JBVDIA SCn slt$. ; ':brHDIiOLL'AND: : : Wf/ most: lose t. fnre resolved to try your 'PiSnted'3In'iitis' from k 1t ta13r
establishment with a.,view to sell goods at rea01 1 ''' A 'DI REED ,Sarsapanlla wtr d heard so ins h'of'biit: j, Polkai sdofifat! .a'1'I+ rw 3 r l '' ,
m *W\*
stile rates, believing that a' nimble penny is 1 magnificent capital of. Sl f!0UOO', ,T11F.t LCF.$. f"I5ev. little,confiiience|here beirigiso much 7 stuff r.cU hit ,PL.in La and Fig'd? aonfron> 15.J tQ, ,
ec terthaa a slow,(shilling.:" He has received 1 epleidid prize of ,,i1r1110 IfSWART; oer teed that ,Is rfhankfiiVthat o th s iJ'but 4i s 1'p' Qiii hi s, -* jF '1Q'li/
do ? t1 '
1. r< <}
: -
nd is constantly receiving, the most fashion Iactsonville i t Ju1 y T'49. : we d.forjt undoubtedly, saved;: CakicosofabeLateslEt; y le; zu taafrliattl,..
le and ,latest style of Fancy and Staple Dry ;.r.'ut9, .. ? the lives of bbth': write this that olhers'mayYfiursyrespedtfullyi Linen 4'batrbernye u 2G,; ta,-s
oods, to wit:--- 1 I IC5 dlt ... .". ,'!rto ''' ''*"' PlJll3ic' NOTIOCrpHE < ; ; be induced to use Fi sled I.r'ee'+ .lsl SJjgt,' .r F s IcSi
English aud American Prints Ginghams 1 do H.05C 'BOOICS'bf aubsc"riptioti'tolhe capital ? r .t.. rf of C
; ; JOHN WIL: ON. Jr. o in v/janiiflKtrcineM, tu-* 1..1 IK jvjg<
O hambrays; White and Colored Muslins; JL i vstock of the Atlantic and Gulf R'ail'ltoad Myrtte-'avenue, fodklyntSepti5; 1547. Linen Drill'?, -t ar .pljg. htl
S dbroidered Muslins; Linen Lawns; ':50 do "(lowest 3-number" |* rizts: ) 2,oUtt. Gate iuay'brillbe.'bpeneEllti'the}' ; /: St"Autfrtswiie tr LUN TICE as zlrM:' 3 'Vestines!,ra-, rn' '. .g 'l'J, u 501aosereao t a GO

Si Ik Tissue and'Barer-' ; L. C.Handkerchiefs rtiatof v - : _5Q0,' ,' at the ot>ice n o'f WnfrA. Fprtrard'ESq., James Cnmmirij v,Fail:one''bf th'e Assistants '' *" 1? etd .

ilk atd'Cotton Handkerchiefs; dodo 300. "rttflihe o'clock, A. MoriTu6sday; the 25th flayvf'September mtheLnnaticAyloinjBlackwfy'sIslandJsthegentleman .aA fine assortment of.EJ djtwerfy"9sareVerjJpVicerthl

ottoniG loves; Lisle, Spun Silk and Silk d., G5 200 + next, and1 will be continued, operioniil spoken in the f 11own% later: m'anVtbef'artelw in t
..t. Lite and Colored Hose ; dft ; thfe whole stock is taken* .* ta,1< J (3 r Ef Er Dry;Goods line islet F.receltr ed.tl.o Acited. 'eall ie tot
a, t .jtitfllose; 4.810 do ., 30'J1 : '}i '. Llir >;ehalf of the Comr i'issioners' This i DE1t .

than' ilhP
21.01 do ..r ony o .ofj morg. four itotiand :+ rr.. tt 11 ,,.. : ,.,.
, ,. ..,.,,, ,,,, own birtings and Sheetings; _> v. ,40 oases of rh'eum'aTsm that r.'f"o send'sStir-, DIAy 15,1850 r tf
cached \ rish Ticies. a $40-Halves $20,--Quarters1SiO-- ;August25 9. ; tf? fI 18aprillalJhas'1.'jd'red most/severe*hhd

t Linens; Silk Cravats ;. Colored do, ; ligh s S5. ;+, chronic cuses' Beek d'g r .
> fItraordinarytvtr
Aable 'Diciasks; Scotch Die per; rj' Pflcft of certificates of packages in the abp4, [. -I s <;i. -I,* I otfcC : '*"*,' *'* ea:''. .i. -' mHE lfBScKlBEIl ,TiQQld Tfsp ecttblll S

B wis and Cambric Muslins, ; ; ,/, :. : : Magiincent'chenie, us follows ; .. ; -' :, subscriber wishes to hi '''b y.:the Gait' .{. 'x f LA t.'a srllifDa .iilh Oformjfbf riend's ;i'the public gei *I?;

areddo.i Striped;do.; ., 'Acertlficali'bf package,of 20'wSb'le. V' / J. Iromlst 'Jaauai r''soil, ttiweVr5 four ,:'ToTVNSKff-rPaBr : I have 'stiff red thathey, {ias prepared Ji'er;,rooms"in iif, ff''

1P, hitft.tutdCtrloredBorlin: Cords >' T'tickets$3? 0,00 {jw negromen to work in his steam sawmiir.intSia terribly for'-nid. yenrswitn'the rlenin'atismA : ting ogee an-; Piiie-sireet,.fipV'1 >Mna'atio
T riamings of every description;. r ; Do do 2Gliajyea230.01);; : plac;for Trhich'liberial Srages for the vear ;eoasiderable hstime f ttloald 'riot eat"S.c ee >t t'orwork ? traveller 'aod so }6it8 Yhfi'' trnwsQt
C ologaerFroach; Eatracts; Do da SOquarterp|2 5 PO1i -MlbS-gwetf. "r ttst -*/ ? -< "* w ,.- ''I h 'e'mo 'etreas' iA ''" ihqset who eta ?ha enia vi i itji > '
Do do VG eight li,8-/62.56 ..' i t. .., h'eallh. Tbo' builds
J P earltitil and Bone Buttons; -: i fly.TAft'lfj. ''ilfhriB'i ls / my UmISa here errib F.sr''bllen. .btfsiheea.pleasure; pr
F3 Coate'.e an Lee's Spool Cotton, ''i certificate of a package of wholes rill: ,cult,, t frarev'sFeZI'"C15Flaf1 dQ' 11, 49't+ '' r 7qpASTING'SU fogiibEjttl f, nr Saraap y rillaj dnd th aFe shave ns anew' one and has Been recently nlb' .'

.l4iosgttito Netting, done"me ton gee thosnd tfollara"worth Y latvali a, ai3 De s t>Jr b,3'bbtai more
4llmps and Edging drawn hy.tho iwcnty-six ticketstiamed therein; COMPOUND =SYRUP J # i hohf5re laceaantf n rcettanot sor
Fringe ,.. .u> ; OF1ijft f godcT-I"'rtini om 'chbetter ndie stun y
.',,, ith er.ery,.variety of,,Goods;jusually,ke P tina Certificates. of halves,|quarterg, and -injropbrtipn. NAPTHAvnua' .sou ,entjre3ytreli ':xou tuet atdibe.; tytolbset erwy' attention.paid i ,t tbeireouitbri" : -''g ,1A..

Tffiy Good. ',p r ,,, P e r sans wishing to purchase, 'This scheme is oneof y, U *4 s-j *. fJonsumptionDeclInef; Asthma,add ti or the ben of. ,the 'tied" ,.,. ',' t ttE&di8; ?:E P a frQ tb, ;f4'i,
If HI do,well,'jto; ,call and examine for.thenwelves. fplcndid the most. attractivejBver -= felt djseases'ofthe Chest and Lunfes.J- :Y'otrrs'retsp ? 1]yrJhs "JA l IUDh l1P .. wms "be exceedingly ro ernte. :.
I l1rA'' iP.DT:1P>aES drawn in theUnited States, attdwelVworthy Forsnle .t4* f ; ; pArMifBEtlD. ;: ilitP3lata D NAT.DBp '
;r( r : i ;ntfL'0 ti11i0ZtrW l1 K ; wxt",
of the htteirtion of *" "
u3vcaYurt-'rs.l i 'l AT* .9 1 c\n '(% r 4* ;JaokeenvhlgDec ,a2d.38i9 ;
i M- OV* *****f r** J Tff ?The ..Dr:
The lowest prize that CUD be draw by'a tjc et ,.w! w-+ r ..4.Jp .
.,.r; r SELLING ,OFF: AT COST. having'on it three.of;the-drawn..numbers' f &* i.1 ial'r A.imlniitMii.t, ) >*,wriifii, .JLW6'4r r } i"' ry .( P .
THE BubscribW tr fshingto 'd Jspcf e'of h? $9,000, ,- ,. ,, awiu f tf r *y alter dates lt.n a 1, -' ,iipdjspntiiiepicfuiaad) afld.tbc'oiati J of

1it g6ods before'tlie season has pnssed.toaake'jloomfor'MatlUtBtock. Onla'afor tickets ande srespnd ertifieafe'oi jSFW.O!l co'unts.4n3' vBuchers M 9ftpJ5p tn Honi en:Judce l'm f. yw-'of r Rgi and' de i1' i 1'fe ? EIi ah ?Z. 'i '' tit 1efira oC1an al ed b4

t. has concluded' to ilcl $ea i n"the abo'v e.magnificent-gch; ;ao' ;i bate.dfIuvnrwtiJn; .,,t f6'atfflnfir8etleiSn4 t; Z al 'b tb6 e eases fo.,R ii ch 'ems led" e, .t Tm>tb" ttpat be taee>tltinl ?, A

;i ,.. Mil ttetwilaliidlrdfhisslocrpn< anapiTOMT."TbMelrisning oefpromjrtiy' attended to', ana m\Jcoujt' bf- > ;t l fe Aidiscba'fgtf a 'furtfietad laiK' C snbjedjtrero alth: .loo.. ,+ ?dttith. ,,i, : ,ez.,t'tbiti'oly.. :: aad t $ I' ; ei, F 11,.,> ,dtl tf
tosttpply themselves'tritbcbofl thedrowtog will be SQhtiuiinediatelv fter.itk.over Cretins Joha'JS.. .Lr .tdd ibex t Jtihna v / '
of.the estate of $gtitiibr fie. ; :.:,.. f .
k t q'>fct'Nit7Tork?prices u .,'are invited' to-."cull- to all.wbo maylordejr tickets fi-umiis f 1.ire o f Dual eonntyrt .t,_ df ., : ,.. ,. t ,rJtlorl. !illy 1 rv. di ,.,t, f r.
5tjr..jUff w:r ddreae J: p, ,L ltiiA 1tI'' 1r etits 'tit1t97_ ; ,,;'tr: rst 'lilllxtl =' t Q ,iDi<. o at:' rte :l; l e. f r :Fo ir pp t r F r:.

"lYdf1P DE1pEES: Alcallttaria 1'u +, ..r :a ,43". -} .frtft.FyY.PJ.rb ., Abe laatl ea ,hee { cat d fh %

w' ', 1 ,latr_ in't"ta ;s{: Sal, ;,i t l' ''.h" j FtbrltarT.,f 26 'SQr dl"' .!{,,l ;' ,.R L'+t '+ tie soitrtllr leb 23d'1854t, J ; Iii i 'Vartet of compllintssuca ast'eznacol raby sottrjlj. ;4tfitc 1n1 s 1rr


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