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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: September 14, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
oclc - 02265067
notis - AKP5518
lccn - sn 84022789
System ID: UF00065546:00162
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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UEfit be asceruiqe. t ; 1qi ofAprilMr. Claytona. i;akktt e
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will be until forb dfor. C iioru ar"ireC'A it : itcuntrxnpt fILtbe.rcltItatIual
*neftim*required continued propiis niaoai w tee 'June thteTP'qi LFY ; War, b ft
th existing ofgunitaUuu aVpruvisioa..l ,. :811111 tibneut1y: t'gshitiv :
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I1II1M1 will b* charged f for i all announce-. ernmeat,ai the eyeiisef the Unitedl.&utef ? 'anL a thejgth J iie 1i '
flivP continuing the oto'cers''ariU tlawa' e Jy fePtnerttpiIcj tfj roairftfinix. -
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for. ohee.Months.. ib'ey4 bive U nited SrfiMtiipa !:' .pi.l laws existing :-
made, 30 1.tras iscousisjeut.witb the iHfercsiuvCaUbriiiaatrtbe; ; :
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t' t i such reservation* i* are fl essSry tto 'p eServV.tne tb 4t tAejr 'were cpV ritppgnant tothi' wu uvo-vyuiBioiucaieu

p1i for lutte'ra of Aditf nistntfap 5 00j supituiacy and, juiisuic iyu ,pf the'UWteUBtates Ie gsIatureieflered t L11 ID the .CftulitHipVafthe United, t'ite .; >Vbatw.is* to.Wngr/rant !ttn -!pi i orl'w !- tfheeiii.[ .- :
will be inserted iu that ; ifa luVitstbe gn ThcczTher, t&V form fc tup g poptthio 2< e nAife7- thd'fl elintilOrif
All religious notices gratui- p.utuL tvrrUory. It 1 849'bs.tvs' .' .: &.i.'I governnienyexisting there:was v'trt ititnrtftW : '
'.,', stated injtbe ntconentci -1o
thtutthreprentatiej
couthern bunudary of California"to ttie '" rwiawation ot'OcncratJSileT'bf -
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All romnninleai'jOM mnf be addressed to' of S6 deg.30 tuim tonb ktitude, auilautborizes : I hthii A1jdjwei4.alrao8 e t staraety of the 3 :.luneVanillJvfilI read it-, f r'sbowirie the ppz'psec( i 0 ,- ; 'fci v uAivicj-tB ;wruon- -
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a vote of ibe inhabitauYs'nbrin pjf Tnat eu9ng that(-b114 a-fbriu and fuI1ue', f'lewsnre aMi'd i -
3I.' I11D5tIl C. ;ZLLTT. votttff p&id.F boun iary upon ibe questioniottJtate cr Tcni O"ry. hum in beinof cv t urnthenetiijeiof4he- otwiy.- Hya nzip1e tr aril .p'resoribing;tUeqaalifiestrott *of cttn ...
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AH 4 MMble personal ppmtuttnication* wil ty whicha'tlrtw'of, nnc *uralizVth-M; -
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M umn of iu th4t1 pfociamttiou *;
maj..4t7 the fn-ewbite '
citiiens.pi; fV-V V ,-h.'l P a.Ivrrtisemcnta. tue United oiutes, ibh.bituts4tlieii, declare) iu -'In report'O .,.?, It' JrA trjefeatimVj,6f/tlie/; organization of 4b"e> we*e infthctreaty 'with Mexi o -

:rT Atl hill* for ilib Printing,must be paid OB the fivor of a state government provision is made i Utureof C-ili fur ni4-Upon rti. ,.. ; rThi;, .: sprefiiilgpyVf meiitiuayObt be unintei e5tiIg.; ; ibiaVruceeUihg ainpn ptherswltaitied todot e fWbeta1er -
1f! '"" the domainhmde .. the lt cousTita.fii Oofa "" wtis autccmfdtnr tne Stecuiive
.r.very tor convocation a.cuuyfcution to est4hlisb n 6th of Fejw'u rv.lSJp.: ; 'by '- Uovftnbr., appointed ti.y -
-'- S -: a fliate coustuutitu, aud ibi the lucorporatiou the honorable !/: 3nllMKti &r t tie }v p4 I"'Ujesitpi j fr.axoV rient.-> x < lu-*deifl t ofsudi.1 _" the at'Washing itliV totiff#*&$&&>2tt FH&vti '.
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O'sc 11 r II n r I. oATTCItNEV California Uto the CtfiiUderacy, niivn tb I will mm."Jilyrfrat: ya fAba cltiKiCAcsiSSvS?, 'poTotnient UieAice1 is inien' nrbclafiiatifth W14;, K nti1jrtmj btrw kt-i sfSftd ai tnaV'the jtf -

ita constitution uball have oeeu approved t'y ,(Jouigress. population ,I Iztinthip&cc4j .tr; '
it also tbtf constltuiion : z Tt1 p veianJ4jijjo -
A IfCM provides tor (Lie ereciiuu ou -- 7 t4iein' er iTSbefu' id't&f'fti&tt '
CD &vrritriii1 govern we t souih'bi-36 39uu During tne nt.i b uitel vh4r.cterLi I Iu1J-i1etRtd s..
.urlI.r' P Law dv-r. :>- pnst.'year; swims' ofiaraijgntrs 'and .lout .Cen: Bi! ywerelacdetl tu'p iu,
t'P| C Qf, upon the basis of f e Uulilorial er.ri- 'f i-ou the ;Mexican proviucs-- -iivai pciatc tbf theiaws. "erc'i d, u secrctiiifj'j --wheretli
bpatli sVearaerHooebeil
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3. been to abindon his intention whose I
vi\o ohligo till, vvita pro?ieiou lor tbe equal ptuof ''AmeVaf, from 'tlic rsUn-lS ohW VdbiSc/Ku- Jutit-s and power?are :idoproperlyUefined. ) ; Franeisfand w nf A -viitoari
will devo himself the jfcfwardejd in-'lifie
.iiln* FlorlU to t J.eu -ill 'Thirduterritorial! o
the Eat. e progeny recoguiz-.d by me Cuz.a. roj> I -actice: of h"n profession throughout t iLI1I1t.Ik of the LiuutU have worked iu themir.itidjjcf. fjegiilaturpj.wiih liihited powers tu pisaluws p
ero Circuit of Florili. Business entrusted It will be seen iti.it tuu doc's ?' ; of..i lbcil chfiraet tt. .Fourrby :\ saperior Be rUw)!s1t"jtay and it islmoRiteriarfiotr t
plan not contemplate I'ifiy of thtt'l tyeat'i"Vafiiv Vci : cur. W IliiiWoo doubt, th
his .-..ttentiop.Jicksmfille 'pCons" rrUnin.-il > iKe r Ld -
ito will rec'4ce prompt the'uduiUsion o nijibiaiia- u'SUtcUUMT. ', or ''serf ( iiperiutok4) I tO Territui Hioflsbtiiig purf er.
E. F. 3 1850. ;/ a species jejriSlttirA1'htty of AdmibrstnUipti were inf-"caitiefUe eewitbriinTs;{ -
August fourja-JjMuid t5ic l.,
I. .. iu proposing extTcL ; worked : Fi'ftbf a
However, tuw >eui, un ler the direcii i; iiT "tbe Ijvac- *.md prsfecl movcmtM/au'iUhat thVie

qcQITFEN: !?IcISTOSH the discretiuu whicu Uou i-t.-s pubessfa, over :-fit oftbeir njasters, wh'b/by' th'ia means, accu- ;cb-irged.witb, sub-jrreffcU tUeprcser7ation for each district, who are ciai'mirtjott of'ilivKiny$o&twp"ro'rnfoe1 tie i.
" "the euoject, the couveuieaLue uftue IultiitaW 4 ululated 'wealth faster of public order ;
than the Aiiicrtcun citizen : pK in-l tbe
TPORNEV[ AT LAW, i couduit; d by adupuug tbtitiou t jireeu'QiW&Z.i. who is. Uyour it.atejc.i a3tit4''>oa.preyealteJ extcu'.bu uf ;hehws.',, Tie* runtiescorre.ipfliid taanVieipnte'Congressin'itsiaction;
ia all praciicuoie uud i.l a grfchruieasure vith those of upon
.ittend the Circuit Courts In theY ropeILeIL frombrihging his slaves'iii'to. tb Stiic'with lbtrict tlie question of """-"* *""- ** *v'wr "" -
ll-riLL : tatr&hall3
J will proceed to state the oojvctfoud I have him. .. : aod sheriffs. Sittb,.i judge- lr" i-.* *l.i "
bud
United v na 1arU }wh it&
Et"!eru Circuit ; the States oif"firstitista&Cv :
to the ttluiissjou L'alil'yriiia .a u. b .ate upou uWith but feTV exception! ? tljc foreign forctcb\jlistricr ThL'cftice lion was'issaej 1 jjare '
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.4 jijricOurt at >t. Augustioe; Supreme the penaiug uppiiu.itiuu. ihbur'nuucali.isijij'c-Miiiakioh> pcpn'lition -is, by a custom not lucQiisifitni: with the ia\vtf say- tc bfjhii]
full
nn-l Claims for with or : mission its'prbbatleparpose ak'bw'
t ftlhhassee prosecute -vested iu the ;
itirt ; first
Ii 4 iu the biii puce the organization of a state 4.i inteiest imtbe JiiF-tituiioKS oi.r'4tate ;i1c.l1.of 'tbe distrfct. Sc'viuth -
of California in
nUvance
his
or nati ol arrival
11 .iZ'.I 1'I any pirt of Flori !aaja"n *r the Go\- alcaliJcs uy'e/coacnvrent anuVsuenismy
fiji'ni.itV 4hirIgtufl, either before Congress QVirnu-Da: w.id premature. it excluded :ia n. They are ia; i'>:. ndvetttorers themstlyi-s.ih' jurisdiction infonoatfon'.* 'At air-even fit\he Al nfiiik;
111 nm'.JDi! the iiiaedistrict
large proporiiou ol Ukuau wlio we euUtietT.u brought here solely by. tuo desire to iv. :ik bat -t ration sniactionecl'actlfevBiitteil.thr i'vrnie'htwbtu
'le l -rtiuciits. subordinate in
are tb the
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jr p ;
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p .rti ip&te iu tbe cviuirac-uu vt ibe>fuitUauatntiil t hemselves of our mineral treasurer nc ibepdfli higher judicial tribuua there '
t wsunp1ejithet ha >
rjADDCSS*. Jjcksontifle. East Florida.Mvll. law Efghtb"; local jisiticfs: of the Kiiutb rrwfW t. -
Wuicti peace.
Oy ilicuiitiVcSAUd llltjr II *
pv>ntncy Z'tturnlngas 9a iy iav- htJ IehillproceeU tiien.tofeibwin
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11 I 5U. tfI were lo begovwueu aud ilica .tfieir iiyuctaniientcs, or town couucils. The idwera wuaf'rcspfci
_ _ cy Wutcu' thirst for goId'I tIt! fnnciionaofall these officers tbeJExfcutive deparjtmwit Lzis t* thc nded "fa
lii.i I iL t4tutit'U ud uc&tiuy Oi the 2>taltf wtTtf iO <>b In h are'fulJy defineil legitiuiate
functionsVacil
report torihe'C7a1)forria overKwieifJ tne Coc
; D. Kstl'K. i&n'ntc'by the iu tbclav/scf ibis and
t.AkLuCLt1 u.utii.kd. 1 country iirc al-
1)u lie ijuru. f (\ ho i'/iVtoItt Mr,Xlreen clmrnnad stitutwnur.d lawsoftJieland 'ia its cfonncsioawltb'Ue
:
1 >ttLe comciit- ,
j niostiJenticarwith tliose
A T r o R >: E vA :.r1Lig UHU ibia puiui ia ibe laaaul.'icacy u. I of the //eprr ponding Sfato
.eaCi.u.tL on Iii .nee, twHite is tiic' 'Utb.irisrcli of. ili j, -i ient' ulu-jri in the Atlarj'.ic aliiVcstcrii nwyeaenf-in Califoiiij :. .,
oi uuth
.
> Dw ypthua e&t4.L.i j.r t.ie'forowiig'p uI : S t'tte." T1u pe ftle E
v'flcu
were
u ., < r 11 n r it I >.isw. i US1, atitf0atcs I'-r lb pUJ' Ust ciect-cu Ul'au CiUiuiiiiUC*ytit LU :' ,' "Ten 'pf thoiSiTidihliVe'aiMi'ly arrired ioi Here, then, were all the tftccssary agencies ofzovcrnment cd by Geniral Eil&tppdJwitl' qi iis
'i our c nJ i.hey.re the : a Lpglslatiire to be ioninothUuite1Stat ;
.ii *.iUi. iUiulsueU 10 (Jouyrtas o., iUc.tifg.ttidu Cti11vi.bi .uniity. coinaiencciaeuto'f inakelaws a Juiliciary -
1 : ITriLf.: pr.ictic? ia the sever il Courts of the Ociiuse, 4h4vud luyivtuauauy a.& uAa it v .jft murituJe'cw route :ind. preparing to I to enforce .fbeta : and an Executive to te dby Congress the puriose. Tl&&onstltL-

U W Ei iiern Circuit, ml L iti the 'oautieaot"JHi"Vit oucr 1 have v'eu, ji is euutleui to Le ('(Hike hither, jf th worst population of tjie'MesLau take.c.ire that they were execute {Thcseoilicvs :ion lorbids that r.ny.nipnejr sbAll ba drawn

!! >a.2i and'Beaton of the Southern Cirw'tof r cg.irdul it> the must accurate and rt-lsabtt! w cc.4 ti -JioutU Ao emau Spates, iNew were all 1 fillet l by election under General fiiley's !rcra the"Tfeasiirj baf inlcouscqnencobf apprbjriatipns ; -

: .'TorMi.Tvni u oO.aiu u Ucf ibe circuuiaiuuce ,, Acoor* the atithth, t.o say proclamation, and the crJ r and peace Ofi made yIwiirtij the act-qf JJarcbJ
\\ -y\ ()cto'e3th 1849.-nov 17. JiM* ibttfjtiiu.ite lUepirplilailou ou the ii. oigLU uo.hiugVt'ihejasi| nttiih V3 frC'.fl.ELL'Jpe.- lie cojjntry well maintained. In making this J, 1849an act fresh upon.'the *tatutk.f viV
; Ani ngtijCis ihlforii-kii of .Vcxio Btateiueut i rely General ind therefore itfebWld -prfsnmed 'h sb'ipotf '
Cbii
tuU', Ib-Jd cuusi t-d wi I'J.uUJ'uaUve :, upon Kiley's despatcUts. -
:' :i i R i. e; X p. (' o (i P G u /- .' the miccU
B ire iu more than one of which be pf'tbe Exeeativ Ecersijt IsxpVessy.
1.o U14L3 I i'4 ..iuiei j :..I1&U j 4Uti' i>% -daiiy t'.irne'l upon bttr notices'the
A T T (O R N E Y .iggI eg.it : vi4J 3 & wIsee1 and rflejyeS 1)1 effectiveness uf tbevrginiztion. and the qufe- ? '! directed .that,tbe :rcceiptsTroti4ll

A S D u O. &uUtL u ,Oa.i u.i.u.&i tii ..wia.s L.q' -. t'It \\t at places for i.essand good order of the popiilatioii-under its io urces,?pCtLL.l.or miscellane6uj.,>fdr the fze
>lie.r OVTU or on iccyant if f rt'ei2a ibfiu, < < lS49ho8ays
eoiployers.
: n 4eiit1 > r t 4jflW. .u riI lie, ru Z.& .. 3I;_ e- v; ii
'I If ta(1te ; .t1.ltIutUJLiUaLli. LI .e.ug iue 'tn1 trry fsotuuurco I9t'y trc.titire. iti u despatch to jlie Adjutant General, that IJdi ,
( i I VLflie his"i'oLtotii;% Ai "the whole country remains remarkably Ia eihbIt d a1w
: f V"! r*? i-iv 1 MJspr: >r-s.voj. ;Jevuft-- .a iareau.JriUt' oee u> r, iuere VtA i quiet,
II e tri pepIe' Wfl0'e thxihtul ;4 1d the civ'l.officerd encounter no serious Uif5culties ItL d Ctitution, andin'a iiitic 1a ,,
t 2336 unri oI
': u-vlf rcv.fift'y'o jI S pr:ez ice.through. II it St.' ; iLd 01 Aai-n-jaLa 17.UJ4. xi .
'nfl r: r' t ? !J: .nr; I IE .I rge L.JJ.i y then,' of tuc full .Oii.au.: a' LLi.. 4 1tL pperty, it is tAt.kc.I : Vt'OZ Lc1hie in enforcing the laws." of allpthvrt requiring the mncst' jealotis' tegard

I J ss.-.EviUr! Tio.. NOT. 10h. 1343. ..y bctre Lu.il bIr.4u LV iii I uu'g', b.t- '"t itei.s the 1zLr: ut'die.tt.. iic the Llur The wronjf then, 'which the overland rniijrants of> -CoK&ess. 11 therebibce! lespec n'wiii -
1ot a sutfereil.in it is more essential to resist
L.Lw .nd rp.b iu Ui- : hipjsiiie of'scitiy. itteof being excluded from a voice Executive-bsbf pa- -
-> : K \ i re R & n tt 21 u :t.I tute..?, .uid ibcie wcreiW3. tti .u jDtUU > liu i u9r.ibty; which? such ,a.stin j'tptiLtiiqu; $pa-4.I. ic the convention, tV3 wantonaucl jyitbout'War- ion tbinjitibtner, it:is: in the coitrol"Wilichieb"'the --

.4ttornrriat ?Law 1 el-e, by 'tbcir iutvlligi.uce: ana aibiuii.ti*, nat-a b ra ide the laud, ito as il-jeply i.tr- ant of Necessity. Constitution hasjnyested Congress -
for all ludi'ptfud.iltl gukcruiiiciil to be liuUifvJiite'.y ? teil. Pr.u?.tse J vice an l ciSoie, h rkad with! But. besides this.tbe whole proceedings con- iver the.public parse. jjeiitpUhe ilxecailv** I -

,JurkMoIlviIP, Fir, ;.8.uc1&ied wi.ii ibis tJu.ua. 'ibi-ie is a- .; the dfgr nl uioa of:former. j'ttjiijUincnt. wiie; a -ctcil with tbe forijiattpu of the constitution a.means of assessing trea.Ure and dLlprsijigj!,

rca.uri.'u/lfc iu the eleuieutb these peoj.le iriIee.i.t4y l 1 ly's: to .ili sijliil vere precipitate nucf !?iu3. Very few of the y Jiff'IKTI edtcfSaad ybu'paw'tp him an uhcc'ii-
I* f 'T rctie. ia the s< vrr.l Courts in the pt-cuiunty.atitu. e q.ialityor tatiena1 i S4.TIge. populiitioo, according to the information have rolled power oVerthe'destimey f'the Ketjut>- -
c.: V* Ets.vrw Circuit o; FiorM.i; in the U t too&ug ie upu Wu 1cb t 1I et1w.&e I received frca :hatcountryparticip itc-U iu thc'int lie. Let'me asS! 'if Ui J EXeaiVeoflIdfffo

"* i>W lVr-..- Tl .. > "--.- *- _- ). JitVSijue .TheeuflICiea1CcoUct_ 4 oblvo :*/: 'f f f.itvl..q-fr : eneart. at'T-.ll--ihrs e'': amir. pic'n Catiloruia Uuiliig tliemuuiubut'April, eahe tTjii h rtt'e1t I think, to hive received "a Lighsr! ; r u.auiu -

: tj jil' j' bafore Coirrrs'* anl them D.pav;. Juuc, .*uii July, I64i tiicre were ..uulyui leadingjouriiiil iu Ciiforsii; the AltaCforuiuii. *!- n umber of votes than- jostot hi rebuketl_ er iot. ,the peer to collect aT
( colIeague33fromre
4> of .brce itue nue -
tie.or itsa iliau ( ccut. 1LULUii district bad
per ;m important altogether uinety-sU
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I Vc.1 )::-ni;{>*|{.EE.' S. SFEXCECjn.e.Vv. s.iijie.prupuriiou 10 liuj.lguud, ud 1 duUbt uu ,* t o f votes: and this was probably a fair sample of to be4isburedatp1eflSuIc? "-Tb lsigtiaif

S ly is the ee, wi.Ii rrgird to tIe Atuer.iCiU: nui10r I havft ten thus pixjcnitr to sbowIat. isitated the election in most of the districts. The convention the sines five an iniportautjieating' to this

r'iaz-tv JF A E ft < : U asiTLliiIJiIUiLU tbai liUle ibyll aUlulig of tbe'cliar.icier .:.'.' tin.fortigu pupui.iun .:- added largely to its number by an edict qI ict4on. If the, illegal gdvtTOm'6at' of'CaKornia -

:J u iJ o.-lbe uuji;gl\.ut p*puiii.i0ii the uuu.-- : in Ciliforuii, tbat i tuay :iui] lutl vrurrant'i of its own. Under the prod imatioo of General can raise.ialf lilpzittx.ffcl/m theaines

t>, i' u. ieiuaiea CJM! i uot, 41 .ve tjic-.e e UUlU.a rtbebpini' u ihat I hi-tH% pt-ojileijiigb* lict tohcie Riley,. tiiirty-iCvcn delegates were elected. as it is ia f ct doiag, tbe'Kxecntvercan

A'D L.'J.O.aca .4U luliii.tu.l )' of au0..iot i cinjii-ed in the iiuuii/er uf tho e.wliotivcren. The eunvcn'ion increased its number to sixty- aL-e'iuucb uipre; auif il.bc.
: cItJtLt0r Lit TLaw, h .iui.uI1, .e..ys u auract u .it It-tl to be.reg irde4 ascyiap iug tlieeouin'itity : nine ;.fter convening. It was itt'nil respects y-Mex-

JcK; owiLf E. FLA., VtttiC 4 tie oui.d4LIu. iuvre c-ttt of th..t Tt r* i.ui y* if'i aui.rigiit.'iu ihi t >o loosely constructed to represent the public co or Texas, and bursi-it to sripp rran ray *:

TT7"iLL .,:teuJ to any professtynal )business ..u vri.u Ul jub eUii..LiUj Ijl U JlOIUlCatilU.ll : zle, .h u he whole tu3.er. of.iphauJtuijJs i ia (";ilioruiavvho voice in to injportat>t a matter as the establish* as well as to support acenventidn; .* f,

c J T nrrtrstc-'i to Uim in ttit Courts of the tli .t lUofO'lgtl SOcial ..U Uoai''aliC &rni- cotistiui; d'.Lo ]rgitnatc &ittvri.iior meat of the fundamental; Uw of socitty.Butifr.ll But this is not tbe.tfaljr respect wbicS the

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iUiii cc. |lie h-is .ii3i) such an : ltnta. aud yivua it a local Ueifni ,wi u lie 7'iiiorui-iis.ind.Aiaenoiii.s- nipautc|
ejiinection: with an uble Lawyer at W..sh- i..%, Jt y crtfaiiug uuaoiaiii iiitcrcst iu its ue&1 i isi. ol A'-igust to only lU L.1)OU persona.
:? > Oity. as will eusure u prompt and t iuI. do Uyt VwUSidcr in U auy {>c>'plu C..U ";sit riU that this hij/dfui'pf ptrao ,l3.u5ofiioiu they htvt'g-one there, mark the iminsturi&y of the tetori'bcI'ugFugto the 'united

Ijcollectiop I of s'ich cl-iiras as m.ij be place.il .vu$ iu iuUiiu ihi-ir) civiuz-itiuu, t.or rts r ellie ) were bat r&vzly tran ferr<;>i from the proceeding. Kow uany hive gone there itatcs under the eiclusive directioir pfjCoiiresi -

bi* .1fl 1 b isjirnst-the United States. .cuaract.er ol a law-.ibid.i.g.md ordtr.y. :sl xiurm allrgiiueeind f-r : unacquaiutwl with with the intention to reuriia permanently Of g It is'fbrtheCongresEvto determine"f

ft.SI.49. ly u kUn1ly, fi-.ted lor se4.uwcruweftt, ai1A co&t ui ltiguagoj s'Houfi t tr 'nltowii'i, r'6 tAlce ia o ail those of-my acqaaiiitacce there, Ihariilykuow ;hey sball be occupied trall and ]if occupied,

tied to suareiu tbe social .aud c'ure &h e i; Jiid.%:be_ Ii igli t ris| of uioulding jhe iuiituijiis : one who has not desigued! to return with nrbeihcr any and what autLonty wjurfediction'e-- -

L P. anDrrsion of tbia UuiuU,- wbo are wiilioub ibeaud j2ULULLIZ1U ', : aul giving liirvctio: to the c ui.i; *. I his tliflstOlie on this si Jo of the contains ; nay.< be safety- 'unowed! tithUcCUf.iilith coxtcntly -

r- ttTORXEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW amoving ihtlueuces v-bicb ibe kui.ae prtocuce o f 1tbt! 1'acific'co it,tn sj iriiiiintely intcrwov- :*Idjyresaylhe ctstis the same from the wi.hthe prcMion uiddispothionftbe.

i. UVVIN i removed liia office from < oluiuhia : eatabliabts, and ultu&e .it1iit' nol lit Id e u us thryjtiUsv.be KitbtueJiutt'ry au l fortuiusif oiher States, to a great extent. How many had o Byiuciti 0, 'ihejid permitting,
] .lirtbiue aud ibis whole R pubiic I ouii.ccaa thtimaloho : been there when the Stat t;he erection bf a g v-ernmentin'the: teintpfyf ---
inty to Jackaouville, Uuv County.tfully i place by the holy bonds of ; uo- : > long enough, ft was
? infonnu his frieuJa that he has usi ute iic affvciiou. 'lUere cau U i.o s uiid or t; ifiipoVta ce yf tliat part of our eta iry formed to have become fixed iu their location o the United States without the'antborityrlbf

r! *i'ted with him. in the practice of Law, hi* durable civil structure, especially uosublu audwellordered in 'a couiuvrviai :,Anaucml ;u-pect.e or sympathies? I cannot better illusti ate my Congress, theExe tie flagrantly'usttrrjeira.

whn, S. W. SAKDIRSON. free guveriiuicut, .which an ngri-juitural country, [1 iuwluJe Oregon.] view of the recency or newness of the popula r Miyrcr not given \ .the CbuslitutibnTbe'Bf

The finn will be represented at each and composed of families of people. There i'I I'am' fiiitisfieJ from thV :cttfj-g I 'iia've, 'HUO bthur ion there, bail by instancing the case, of cue fence in this proceeding was the gre er, frpm

: **ry term of the Circuit Court, in the s Tcral. a due proportion ot fathers, mothers, brothers, sources of intoruiaiiu'i, it; lias' b'cngriitJy o tbe moat disliuguished gentlemen noe- here to t He fact'that itwasyeU bpwn Congrejhad i.,

Duties of the Ewt'eru Judicial Circuit.-!.hemiUau and sisters, before there, can /WOTar-bicu, undervalued .It is a crroat country iu erei-y take his se.it us a Senator-and I refsr to him ; its discretibnj'acfed tijonth&snbjectotgo'rnuieut -

> ,o1nt, or n the Millie( Circuit..r- permaufiit, endeared bouiee-Louies tbat.si-cure point of view'-which h&<>.regard to'iind pcitie i in entire frienlship. Ko better cb oice.conld 'e for that'Tmitory. fcadJc8nsJder-

fe fft: *1t.! Court at T41b4see-and the the atUcbuiL-ut of the itt (to the locality, and never:was there> }higher luty doiviz1g have been made ; fore arc all fat ciliar with id the subject/and cbonecte witlitKe"for sttj5ci j ficy'and reasoxisp-for welfore

1 '01rt : t il3zgu8tipe. identify their pccup. >iih tbt-touutry. 1'bt-rv upon this Ot'o'iTiiiueiitt!:';u that ofiiiitigan'directiu his remarkable efficiency, energy, a nd talents. reasons .

*** All business entrusted to their care.will must be domestic organization and autuuruy i |!' lits e-ii'Iy c.ireer-t C But what is the history otis cou'aext.on with o the UhionCongres3,exennsjngalegitfinateliscretion establisb.ncnt .

5.CO -ec-nfe prompt attention. insure virtue, awl civil orderarid"social dousfoteiicy. ,wuicb iu itH prognss nt.ty deeply Ju California .He landed in June pawde' one of had Decided there against either the .

. tdreu, J. p. & 8. W. SANDERSON. Uudoubie'lJy some tuuiiits;tie tbtrebomti weal or wo.the coudiucn out ouly o* thL2Jl41flJ, his -effective speeches & political meeting' on of government tti'uitwhiChfOflflS', had SfatejorTefrjtbria lieai 'tKe-

.to Jacksonville, Dav.il CTty.Fla families who bave hcreioibre heij>e4 togivejcharui but bf'all mankind. the s.tro u jghi,I belivy'i'jWas elected delegate (b dbcittsioiiijsnU'bad

CO2J -- and ch.iTdCUTto the society of 'this :The precipitancy-vfth. wjiich, lhi. State ort o tuecouvoution on li>t August ; ira.s8pjiotutc4 subject of future consid) erttibn.| stpoiie'dtfieiuestioh 'Tbe iifu-

; CHAU.fc.ES I) E WAAL., quarter of the Uuiotir butitbe proponiou; us ginllutiou was entfVv.-ut upon invoiced( alaaugectfonal a Senator by the firt legislature, ztnUvas.qa's sal tb hi T for gpyercment\here'!:wtrirarf i0 -
CBS ACC TIOIVi: IR.J4CKSONVJLLE. compared with the popalation. Was loo suiaii at wrongl- Not o ilyra.y tlie.l>outbtltterred his way ia {bat cnr acity in 'not" mnu 4)vmqntbs ) tbatactioif 'tKe5

llrfoli R.F. the time the government was formed there, and.is J'rom uiigr tioai by the> Wiltrjot Proviso from the cime of his landing. Ami yet md co'ntempt of !by depaErtnieht lBe- >

' Cf SAL in any part of tbe County attended I too small yet, to this day,to give ibe compactness agitajtion, 'bus time, wus !:1ci. pern'nvted to the he :Js entitle tr, beregtfded: anol&Ircsidentin exclusively takes the charged"witbtbe'matter info its rabjeci ownTiaiid5s ..4T
Executive
&aa1I rcspcctully solicited..AQENCi. and'stability tu the society, wtiic1iC.iii western 'nufl*'eouthe'rf: 'culimwts'id ivich the comparison wi-fa the mass "of'those !aow there. "initiates goVernn nt,
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May 6, 1 84S alone justify a political organization of so bigbacTonler country before,the ,got'e.nnieutfrjfiV8fc)re>ed.r- ("an it be rignt that apeople so rccerit and fresh and,5y nd'in''proclamation, of *,
advance>f'thrtaeetirig
as thai of a iStaie. to be iuciudtd in .The gold uewBreache'i.the States itiihe.fall of i in (beirsc jcmcnt, npou the xibC territory. a Cptogrta ,

this Un.ionaud lo share tbeVdirection'of( its i848.B'yiileUffpct; t t' 'obeia.are landboldeind' scarcely s uyr' tderz' the country' toUsjurisdwtibnM Jti" -iii S :O*- e

iDii ors. high deblii'ies. 1 bold, then tbaV.uvUher iuregardto promises, the North v..t3 enjoying,-a uopoly'1 any of *,hom have yet tablishebeir1omCs- pendix Jio., 3), : ., T -;? >

TfVftr 'DR. s. ..ITCIf'LERAED numbers, or iu socialtcouditionf;'was of the navigation iuU-resJ, She was able to tic:alt"rin, the country,' ub1.haetbe seal oifonrTncncy And now I ask-and-I D.hk4-wJb;"empbaiishbir

tbe population of California ripe'lor! enacl- t throw her (emigrants fiwttrVIttotce In herships. givsh to'the government they have do"these'Califprrja prjMeciliig8".qfirwitb
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MDICJ1 .i u. : .tt.ihearfivalof the grp'nnds.taken'in; tie Qg xj e. *** "
; went of a fun lamental law gotruu.cot ,fyr i The wesLeru ; jaa Jo ih a.dvaucVof the'autliprity of Congress, ?

p Cted iy 4iw iitb darvtgnuheJttttccus in the ibis first'State of tbePaclfic-a ht;te Vh'ich were obligeti.to ; pait ihe rettr otpringtbI: wioeii: in so doing,4i wrpugis inflicted upon a sage Delivered t ere y eferdaylipon lbe"8t bjectof -

*ureefGonsumpltoo will kndoubu lly, wbeo 'created. exerc'sc''a t 1 uutdiiiI trengt.ed'by .: "large section: of thejllmbn and a large- L6dy.ofvmizrants : the.Texan boundarydis'putti? Ji a c, bow S

'p ''L.ough- great ..influence upon tiedesumtgpf the whole a northern ei'i.tpt regiuent, wh' : some.'fifiy thousand of wboca vi re do tbey ebnsisVwithv toe; extraordinary.9QCie -
Catarrh
Pacific country i nrnl'bf JbWUuion. But 'affffr* uJder tloIi ( said to'be even Aon their way flu the towns, oT tha>messagerinlt:.will not tein erO rto :

CI .St itj, Heftrt Diseases, Dyspe| tiqn of the population cotuprised la'theJjaggrV- 1vi thi' ntpubIc where the protWsio'ual and business men'are go into ltD examination of JJhatpaje npw.r-
incIDC
jsijt, Gouorrhoea, Piles, Female.Gitmplainls gate t-nuuier.ition, el.jfoity4br e. tbyusauarjiTcfir '* riiiie&l 1. congregated the.populatiobinajr cbnadered- Bat I'trtistat wnrreceiTe lie" rQarkedJattenUdnwbicVtlie'dangerbus lt.-' ;
II 1 to the foreign immigrants-rpiiglu boi.'ibbe.counted I bvz'tid column. .Vt W''AweliJcafowitfn Ito b.tetm1"1OC ii babtauon f7 but, attTthe nuning .. *beanwc ourijiczeaiiii1ged'ixt
&c., &c. at tilliiS a rt of tb'e_|>olitieul or 8rcial CAHforpurt.li.ti'\t ity thoi'w i Amer.1i einigrants,;who Afloat about te countl J- : ; rcquire: rtboptekf ie ':

fjLO. couimuujty. .NpUbccau&o eyr f' ;' iis nudVmore; fn'ia't!he' Vcil rri. v.d aouiVi jwr.tr/ver tie mo t confenient"placers are to'be S0TOU &tCQI -

.7. S. //fcA'f Supporter*. Shoulder: gaew; tor u ibeyjweri? of theat4pd.d Of !b *,btie4Were onheway j t3'- ourn.ter"iif IU" 4, oz'do ted public voice will pronbunae Its ond mn& '--

'2r4eS: Ja&fJirurTvbet, and Leo (orn* immigrants that .d;.1IbtP* .,n' utt1OreJtiid : convention adverted tSfclhe&lctX; 'ind yet'the* in>oy JregartiV themselves i ;as taeror aaj V he! 6on. Bat I may firpperl r ..cbmpare' iblona'presen .
.- I' ov rur i Ut tupTeuientwa f -.farwa.rdiinder chycurnstanqes for'anjr longer tlmeth3u loaccamnitis ; by he.Ezecuttce inYtakflleS- .
anttt1n bs nTety >b'em''froiii' their effortsY enable them toretnrn
ad&thOU4ge4 uft1ieir.apdUbry! ;i txclndinj enongK ffpui sage, I .
.art ofpre.erviigLife IIig! $ I r pfeaenUtip in tb V tVnt5bn. T.berje"omi > *-tb tfieir rmiUJaUcIXIiend( : ;-Ue -. :

3 tqnf to aw&.PW ?& *A .. fo ih iviTarlMbie'iiflslfc: tn re1wl 'jjflSf 5/n i ; I crtbat :reaqes are of the sipttqi .

:C-ousisted, %ccjordifig.to authentic ana 'reliable. ? !Sfi fio"6. 1o i DV limal6lon of; thD eAtC0flC1UfC t&im&.1n Id the conzitxbt V law"of tliehncl,aiivltBatthiEtt -i'4.* -i '--.
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n he3Sei4pp inted Asijnt-fpr tbe sale of the'ene4t ecubyui ovit'- aStfcte orgttiuzxtibn jj nf nil; noSCTse whatever 1i 1! thinjziow'ciuiteniuilateltt tTer ? fieeJiHolawB fiitbfullyexeCI4U Z3i1Streityit.b .
uthrctt ofa transitoij It ;t ur:; .i5>t .iki iof ;iieru11ttte s 'thZ*?_ alexico iasnres JB 4- )!thc I -
hIboTek PQQ&1j1 &!iU Mciv t1 ; ; Opii14tiu i atjflweF lUU U.4ftU3v fMI 11* .41 -
&fl *t infiDiStor 1n 4ie;rwjz4 Df. Claiming or' prejeudin'gwith aiy e4critzio 1' ft bec ]L *- ? place be"constlntL| I In.
3 : the' otnmflaitj( tberei; tii'prder 6)$d>tlfy. lin.ere'to Bucn: a woycoTari.1*Wh'etler.correctly.or receive the votes of'a;m jorityfof tbe j crsons iiI the free enjoyment of their RbeTf andzdpcr-

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4eCh ereo'to tLaaftetitufati:tctueil iu_ lcr.' iie.psisiagcs i.Itiive. hd' mtJt6t i : -j irerlhok, :;I ."irder.association .. r Wv-5 i'.X1"i1'.J *" :> : atlaglathsfabe; of ttMrii i .r4-.; h\t'4 n'-i1' .','_ ... :1h.'c' ," -.' ". ...,.f'

rtatwa ; .Qw.euitt, --U\ ; Lply.itieuratuwf t :4 od,11* the>offspring! : of?"fan, exuberant-spin.'; : *.6.r *.- .. -,',,- : : ",t V'ffI'.t1lMrKfI... -' .. ,". ... .,p' : :: ** emeDt )y{iCA<;Te talt..li,-ada 'ii'"*'retetr; P tr: F .- ..A 6.,,, f

lira P aideut,to the C.'+, ut' 1 e.ahtur. 1 a 'reedolu-n p ;congenial In themtiin, to,. -; : '... ICW'i1'Sijl a Bt St 6U'\t. t e ;'aradCll, ::Re 1u Iona:j&feswifia '
aad in fret, the;'overawent. u..f .exertin -: 'J fre: s uvernuteut.but'thingtti ous when' ncheck .1 tH" "E :N' ,1;E'. :. ; Soathera.ri "hlc 'h-$:bllBQlr. _,.'.k and Y .' t" ''bi\1 ;l r ,
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aJlhim x I* :f ed. ard for the': supremacy"9of J Iatv'tind ,,' /' tbi .MfetWu' ti'I ID'j,
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u.ilcd Stoll'. It i* nonmeot, the United the: legittwaic., ,restrainta t ..r_government. \ -:, .'. : '! : : ,'siuite.clm.. :,wlieldt. Jtr.Ji : h. Wii'-. ;ocaemot: ... rfGIj.. 'b "B1em: : tJki"
fatal xiTria.Is. 'ChetitlROfMexicotocrde. 1 we..tiadno wore territory remaning open-to < ...ra. ,0iI.. ': lthir.o't P'tiiI ;;tf; or -erected : I"essra.Buddin; 1jt t l '
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azt the' Uniteai atKt te.1 to kp, dc tcrmury in. .1 the application, \ of these ductrttieait would, be tosxtea part "t 'x "entHk ,I to :and.1f 1i iKtt.
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tea C&Jifar tL The,. ill nppUcability not sit:'!ales,,then as.thtttdi, ut the t .ninth e" Jles-ttr for mixed n.Hcquencetotake with their ,utteraoce note were the matter sentiment +' 'The learned_ (F)anJ .1 if ictih# t- 'tdttnlr i- tdn-' ',*I te.Ct'edtt: ;?"P,*.Oand, 'r 1fi !, a .,f';ihsect ;>i.;'

tide ?f the treatyiouUful to the talii''ni.w Is, cut n ? c devotion to the Confederacy. :aatuval.: ;_ r j(t (J1e:haa \r 1ig f n) Rtn: ate. : : o,.(",their.pwn., : :>:6Tb a y' .C"itJn' i i lt
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l vial, and.the Caiitormaernmeolb Nate goo. to t the American heart. 'But we have;Utah j1 :i .j ) I t .I., -'t\ -,y;qre .jJ .ie ( ht.
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to the' with' population orderly ,yet 'J OKSONVILL .SEPT; > ;
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not a government I $ $ ; :Jff ? "' l ; 'i ).IqJt'. .f... '... no Defnocrats Ibarty Tlier,
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Uaio n.s tho State ot'Texas is, nor sanctioned 1 with i institutions tending to serai-ate it from : : .. -'I' ..: --. eat.ex,, ,iiunderof. Deraocratic, :artf.! t :,of PP'" .tbeir
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by CoDgl'eM tattoo' and tivW is the,therefore. (4*uve Caiiforniaus* government ro-of it with to independent the mass of government our people., .and.in.liniti" .We. For- ',Representative- ; .to. lee- and" *.st:; tlrrJg:- "| !his--the sit& vit.great- '- :I\.d a. otvli'. ff'v,,*andilie'.tvlto,. ;.- 4. :; lc Soat bt:f;' 'N'.

1Isarlt.IIiJing the sou.tb.et'll.plrt of the lerntory, I Ialt.1&uug have New Mexico, already nssummg 'to'follow : : T te,of.ihe.Virginia. ,:Resululions !'98,' <.evel'h.'. r'!:,:.Cti,. .. .tVJU:s n sores.Ih N Jt.d e-',

obeling the order of Gen. Hi ley to 1 the example of California, with a population J 0 'u ;E..( >{ : : : -andlttie trreati" t.-. 'jl. i itrn.\1\"':of.5"JjT thole' ,:trine..lir,short- _. the_ y have gut the"gfow' +
co.neution expressly In- 1 utterly unqualified for admission We have ., ,_ .. v M
the .
luct dt'leglltes td ;' 'S"r oj' t; L and will nWeaftVr he
ttructed them to oppose the project of a state I ltrcgoll.tbe immense and fertile territory of OP LEON- COUNTY. i ri td. cri,> 8". ., ,,.as the, stars t r and:; ; ,t r .caljefi 1J. tha'"Qrtfeily .
T lie (:tuon or the, ua. Q" on_ o which the late discoveries of extension < '' !'-* How | \of
general party} of\Se
opi -
.. many
,government. ri of his political i 1 IHe it'r';
tie C Uforni nlS to BUchasovernnuMit was wed 1 gvl hl depositea will attract a large concourse Duval' County D i Pe ;, _; :! x J of Ddval-.wtll; \
,
uaJewtood and they asked, if a Sl.ute.&y n.' aid which in its turn may follow in the Nominations*' -. 'HeJthinUs,Because'Jefferson. : '! under, ; .acknowledge them moat must Oemtde. to be allowed Lodi+ tile 1 1COlultry tntinttl l so with the rest of .our publio do ."i ". ht ; "ihe' .as I bej.! n i!inlW.this p aVty! f :How
t nfederatibnibefpre: 'adop
,many
with tho emigrants, 1 main. When we 'consider the distance our F BE1.A.'fOB \
tho burden. ((6oe ihatthejoigWcj.cape .) I trausmomaniterritory from the center of Gov. JOHN 'of theconstituli'in. ; } wentwith' ; .he: ;6fxthen. ,;'Y"lI.:' ,ejle4,.B.,? !tletia by'iae .

proceedins relative to u convention were con-I''eminent, it becomes the inure essential to hold :a It-aders,as.Brynnt;and-Baddingtou 1 ''v
/ Soutli for'the ordnance of r86 .
.
with torn. to :the reins of authority with a firm hand. I '
\lucceJ ill a lan 8 u.ne Ihld FOR BEPBEBEN'-r. i : i .i.f", tc" 1 :'
they Isere trUlgel':. Th COUiLUut10n' was I can conceive nothing more calculated destroy ; D>cause"h, >:YooVijd: wrjtlb'fayor, is1f' lori.IST .
in a language or which tho authority and 'control of Congress in the THOMAS LEDW 0' Thin eord'is so nits :
mieun published of ,., .. ,abed _a b :
discontinuance 'IY"tbat 'to
gradual ( I
Atul yet thi government 1 t..n'irorithan the slightest countenance of DARLIN C. PRESC : t
ignorant. __
they were wholly
a meaAiu :
u' frighten well l cteii'ot
,
,. ,
% g. Wt
neni .
was ;lloed to go lulu> operation over :t'uesediaurounisatingpriueiples. 'Alreadythey 'therefore, he-and. Galboun : :
.
these exercising authority over their l\ 'exhibit their uutuial fruits in CI11it'oruia- ---'- .aDd;js,8p.often made use of,by designing, kni'eJ
*aplc
'lib!--t,1 .uul, property," not only without it- i| Notwithstanding: the intelligent and patriotic 33- The friends_of Mr.M.D.PAPY n t agrWbn.the, great fuiidainental'o to conceal their realoNects that. w.proprsa to-

.i'tAnce, bulb y tustigutionol'thoExccutivuJo- 'character of the American emigrants to that him. as a Candidate for the Office of rtrct P lea to which. "lheir whole Jives inak'eafeirtremarks; niion it>+ 1-
Truly does the message ot Presidentiuuiuuu ,cuuntrytincottseiously to themselves the effect OF PUBLIC LAMDS. '
the 'doctrine dedicated,-this great. Democratic Thatportion'oithe._ Whrg'piarfy, (tnd w e-are-
fix a ;taup of reprobauou ui-ou of the&u in developed in a manner I -
proceedings iu Calituruia, whicU it will beciini-- .which shows their danger. A confidential lUre TtJLEE.The tinci P[e., of the right of'the Slates.. to ti'.ppy TknoVjt'isa,: .' amalh., portion of'it' ,}'TrJslefcreccomraends

cult for his frieuds to explains w a}.. HthC 4'll- letter fl':,m Commodore Jones to the Secretary if 'uhmisston to rio'hero aggro
I from the Union or necessary
,
ty of protecting the Mexicans g.imst.any j.i.rUJiction uttbelavy, dated February 2:2: 1SOO.: lately) speech of Mr. YQ>viE, 1 sion, and, whose county ticket is bended by two-
Dot exercise by the permission t'f ,communicated, to the Senate by tile Executive, to admit CalifomiajWhich we /- resent bY''forcp, the unconstitutional l born :
men and educated in an abolition
.Cuu- rrss exists in the President, why is !:otith :says that th, "n-jeciiou by Congress lof the constitution I of the Federal l Govern ** fctmoi.
tt dot y discharged 1 in California ? 1 assrrt, ] might pruduccresults iu this territory to publish this week, will phero that small portion of the Whig party,or
indubitable that the people iu I evrrtu be nil lovers rather! its leaders -stigmatize all .trot
upon authority, Tt'gl'rttcJ by pf pcatie I T tention of the whole South. It i&en,
'hf tloutherl .Let of California are deeply opp !i duel ClIUCCUoJ;: that nll'cml.' "jt l 1.tts been said in I I When did Jefferson abandon: this :whether Whigs or Democrats,,who stand ti i'ror
iti-d admiration of
posed to I' State organization, and few high; pieces that: ;Jonld the constitution be fe-I i the warm 'the t f -- .
themI'.aehc interests s and:rights of 1)8.South '"
oppressed by its, operation, 'flu' j jsacd by (;oiipjr sno more duties will be cull i the ablest men in the Senate. neat conservative doctrine of Ameri nionists" aa. Db- .

anxious tu be relieved from it, andbe< pri i ''cf cttiucilo under the fairs of the United States in Culifurnia. freedom 1 'When did Calhoun I ?and'fanatics F "t'
live for th* present under tinloMer- i ; Caliionu.i will set up alt independent a flood of light on the slavery Now for ourselves, we, believe these taa+

iu;* "lur-Vuwhip ufiue United States, with a I 1 j governmcnof her own.:" &c., &c. He says from o period anterior the But Jefferson had iuns'of his own A'anbmissiotiiats'to -be' the t.real'disuniotiists' AS 'j,- be.
tlrl"LOn al form of gO-:2tnmeut. How is it that that he i* "s.ttistic J l the of the naval I "
presence ; tithe discontinuance .f submission reason '
.
Federal gradual cause to insult'and is the
thc. e people are u1l0\1t..1lo hu drlg l'ductauI I forces. in th,- writers of Sun Francisco last sum- the constitution to j g3 ,

Uv uudcr the jurisdicliyn of a State orgauizimi.r ;greatly reMj-aiiK-d the aspirants to itido1 time. Many of its passages Y !i" Suppose he had ? Would, most certain method, ultimately, to'insaro the

tiaa. wUilc the arinv and navy arj to be cln pluyc 1 j f pCII.jl'm'I'l'mlll'nt.:' l1lJil thinks that ifit ;la the author of the declaration dissolution. of. the Union.; while. a maoly 'and

gainst a sovereign St-ato of the Uniuii to (( not :l.tt U1l'U'l, in C.nof* the rei'usal Congrvsi J- surpassed eloquence ; and great firm stand.for our. constitutional. rights, and
a
wbicU the Nt-w Mexicans, from the same c"udi. ;!j to ydiuit O.ilifornin.: "i it' will be mainly and style are admirably independence, have 'folded'h s arms full determination to maintain them,
1.0,11 Can it be because thc.surrendcr to the | attribut.lh1o to the presence of the naval force: South "submit rat every
advised the
*>ute of California: secures the \vholo Pacificcoca i which! mijiht bu ought to bear, as intimated> make a deep impression on to "i j hazt.ird and to the last extremity". is the sue

tlJ the Iou- \.thlding intcreM, while t.the in }his ttr-'patch -No. <-;." la a" letter dated who are not insensibly North should in'terterA.tVould I eat.way to preserve the TJnfpn !

surrender to tho State or'ruxasYullid yield I j\ March *'. during the present session, he says, ed,-and who arc not wilfully if he were living, counsel the South No people ever preserved their rights and
,Dethiub to the slavch'JIJinL interests i j spanking' independent, government, "tlJ a
This is the first instance in w which Stitcgofec>i |in.?, and t,) which I referred in my con 5dential the voice of patriotism and Submit to the degradation and in liberties by yielding n portion of then in the rain

ernmeut has been put into actual operation up- letttrof 2i-l! February last, is rapidlyand her of all hope of thereby securing the reminder Eo
To attempted by
that stripping
the of the United States by the ua- say we are proud croachment and ,
tm territory I ] (Icn1's.tl'nllin and can olly be retrained aggression, backed by filTjati
authorised action of the Executive. U fCl'I.- a \ ty, the navy, and I by keeping a ship 4'rtfu tinguished and patriotic P territory acquired from,, Mexico ? cism, know no limits ; and those who would resist

precedent, and one ofincalcjlableconsequeuce.! \ j! con t:1Utl.r at bail J Francisco. (Appendix It would be insult to his them
and maintained on memory
by our senator successfully most oppose them from
The Uuitel States is tae largest landed projs'o t 0)) .
i.riftoria the wlrlJ-l ineaii of vacant htLiLa-1| feebly express the emotions + assert it* It would be a libel on his the first-and "to the last extremity.p neat

We landj. A high responsibility is devolved Th'K infermttion: corner under such sanctionthat are the true Unionists! Those who submit
insinuate it I ,
i to
teat
this occasion. patriotic name,
the Coustitutiou to ; we are bvund to attach importance to it.-
Congress by su 1U; ,1-
*upon ge this vastp>ssesbiou sis to promote the best It i is the : offspring of' the dcctrine of the Shallow, and illiterate scribblers may are the Diaunionijts because heir Cogs, na

lit decals of the Republic and of m\: 1kiull. The sovereignty ot"inhabitants in u territory. Put THE INDIAN/ OUTR, with known perhaps to themselves, tie>ida heritably
columns
rust should be guarded with the more arc be- upon the alert by the intelligence communicated Nothing has yet been fill their sleepy vapid to the destruction of the Union !

of its vast importance. 1 usk, is the rca- by ("ommodore.Iones.it is proper ob.-erve and diluted cmnmon-place ;
c usc We believe there are few few men U
have been very *
corroborative iudications crow other to
boy reported
any quar-
in view of the
onsibility met, purposeot tCl' My attention was arrested by a published but they ought not to profane the ashesof I the 5oath who desire a dissolution of the
the trust, in view of our oaths if we Indians. Mr. S. L. SPARKMAN
permit its administration to bo controlled by letter from a moraber of the legislature, the illustrious champion of.Americanliberty : I Union. 'w are all.in favor of continuing the

the act another branch of the Govcr m ntit -w I written i in ttto legislative hall during session borough county, who was with their and Uuion,-:if we can. The difference between-uid
we permit our purposes to bo foiled, our pollcy (i- : which liusly appeared in the Union newspaperoJt number that started in profane presumpturous isbed.
Jt dated Pus i ,as to how that object Is to be &CComp
discretion iscity. was February 27, 1 bSU, touch !
distracted our paralyzed, our action -
ihe and and breathed thf spirit indicate by Cotnuioxlore that the only discovery Every man, who has read history, and stud
precipitated by abrupt usurping I
' interference of the President Can we direct I Juut-!. This member snys "they will my the place where some six or Jefferson and Calhoun Mighty ied human nature believes that if this Union

the disposition of this immense property withjbfcrencu 1 no* ut-ention whatever to auy refusal on the part .'s in American history Theyivill can be P reserved at all, it must be b J theiouta
and advantage I or Congress to accept the constitution ; the stone had encamped about
destinies the
to our own "' down together to the )latest ern people presenting an undivided front''to'
Hate will on none the lea: go posterity
of the world, if TiC do not carefully nud j govirimcut go boy was missing, on the tea:!
J.utioubly preserve full control over it/ It I :.n I that they wouM{ not submit "to the imposition r"i as the advocates And "illustrators" their aggressors, and taking ..an immovable

ibis new principle discretionary interferenceby I, of a territorial governmentThig /;' from Palatlikalm to the of the true doctrine of tho Amer- position; on what they' know'to'be' their coastitmional -

the Executive to create State government spirit further tunnifeeu itself in tho The sign was so old and had t rights: Theo, come what may,,came-
At its pleasure is sanctioned; there will be u significance whii-h the of the ican Constitution !
manner by .t48t,3 tategorernmtut
tip weal
Warcometvicto
washed by the rain that it ,. come woe. ,-come peace,come
in the motto of the seal adopted by Doubtlt-ss -
are lOW supported, llLt2i11. '.. or.-d.er t maintain Jhdr liberties _1I
.hf strut* hmh ip g.gell spirrlf us hy itaa.J -..s-.Y tJ..nJ ..wss q-.}rb:'4ircrc s r.tStt-t1', JvLt/ur : ".iILS.v'L'I3) lret2tz3t. +. _
lean and the committee repoited the [ itself to minds which hud not been imbued citizenji"cmT tbe WAR "oldthelirgloriousajres( Br, perisaiin tai 'hat.ditcl .

uplauation describe it applying either to i with the Men; of 1.1I'Dullr| sovereignty in tbe much incensed at certain re P As an instance of the systematic 'deception i ;. ,
lbs principle involved ia tU admissian ofiht State, Ten i i'ow1*, I allude to the tax upon foreign! But if the people of the Southern .States,
the success of the miner. -Viiicndixf No.S. by the army officers to. the which the
0r ( Northern
iu the mines it
I era working from which iu.ida ; papeis should have the .wisdom and patriotism .discard
.) Yes, Eureka! a new principle has been: .
Dot
revenue of U'.aily half a million i is now de- there has been an Indian
in reference th
of
i'jundiu the action of this &( ernm ut. The rived. Surely] the inconsistency of such a tux practice to stale all minor, and party, considerations, and

oiecutivecandidpobeof the territory of the ,. with the supreme authority, of the United Stutea.aud nation this year. They public feeling at. the South, we give the unite for their country,-if they will thus con.
United States. The Executive can create: a their in seems have this vince the Northern ir bas.U
The Executive proprietorship California quent signs proved I following paragraph which has appearedwe majority, that
jiternment eau .uuicipate s-o pi un, anti its illegality so palpable, that it is to be false choose between a dissolution of the Union .and
(!jagr6sin its Territorial policy, uud pat .t un- inexplicable how thft legislature could have fill.L .__._ believe i every journal among the. .
justice the South
ucr constraint to admit a new atato. JShailthis justice mill be done to
t L ire upon this pl?n, otherwise than; from the influenciM'Xtfrted -
new principle, this new discovery, stand ? .' upon tbeir minds by the docti iwe ITIaJ. Beard nnd the > don-slaveholding States, The only] the South; and the Union saved J

)t.80, the motto of California will sloe! to sig- th it I the occupants, of tbe public lau s compose Republican. wonder i is that an individual could, be It is, therefore, these who call for the uniot! :

Biliieand perpetuate it. The flignint disregard a People, and guesses un inherent 60Vl'rt'j ign- -0- .s. of all .
.,(Constitution and law by the Executive, in- found to give j;credence to villainous parties among us, and on the true

*>lred in the whole California write proc cJiu ty 4This is &. great county Y" a falsehood. 't sis of our constitutional rights, who are thetrzd..
Sir the the
sakra it a duty to refuse our sanction to them. sooner stamp disapproval is set mendous country," and friends of, the .Union! ;
upon this di a'guliziugandJaueruusdoetrine, JUDGE SHARKEY AND THE SOUTHERX QUESTIONAn '.
the
There u no other means to rebuke
:IOU of the Executivean'l viudicute tbe urjia-Coustitutiun. (such ut-I least, with great deference, it seems tome this more clearly than the intelligent and obsprviDsccorrl'8lOnden1or t But there ire, unfortunately, men .amonp!

I ) the better it will be for the security of;tbe we all enjoy of writing and the Colwnbvs (Geo.) Enquirer, writes froWaahiagton m us who take counsel from a craven spirit jio.
United Stated in the possession and control of ,-as follows :Judge Sharkry is here '
another i who think nd
There w ion why we aught to rei that this Union is 'to be pres<
its territoriallr"lJcl.ty. 1 should deem it reason all subjects ; of criticizing -1 conversed with him yesterday. He says bewill '
the for
Jess present application admilSsiollgrowing b
ieldiii ? |
enough for the r-jection ot.the State organizatioo never.call the Southern Convention togeth yy 13;ihch'by inchf and comproniifl
of the of
out duly Cougre&ito from
with care its control over the public preserve terri that rush opinions had been countenau1csd (every public functionary, again-he will never attend another Convention every right after right. untiUthe Sopti) ;

tory.great The spirit manifested in the convention, by the co veution. They are opinion& .] ideat down. Iu exercising of.the.. kind: 'You must recollect that the leo and degraded.lost to her own self rr'apss'
I ural enough to be indulged by occupants tho Judge was the President of the Convention.* (
and the doctrines aisertethere, connected Territory, 'hut not to be encouraged by Stairs ienable ri g ht" tve need, not ; and stripped of.the power of further resis e .

pensable subsequent in my view developments, to remit the render inhabitantsjU it india? :! that own the Territory, unless they are 'prepared whether or not, we unders! Tae SuntuerMKi. '.become. .. prepjire'd.ior.,the.. gb wins'which_i .. 4 4.a t
to relinquish all control over it. The Tallahassee northern brethren? have long been-fOTgtogft
subordinate as a means of in hand write Sentinel and the .
a government, ject ,-we can .
Political reasons, then, fouuded upon tbo her!. '. f. '. I. .w
.averting the supremacy of the jurisdiction of. precipitancy! of the movement, the injustice itoperated just ac glibly) as if we did Florida Republican, have both caved in ,. .: : : '
She Union and checking the growth of a principle to tbe western and southern Butsnp:' -OSe the:form of a IInipp shoals. _
wUieh will transfer the political control emigrants, J3ut it b we editors, who once, and come over to the .Democratic preserved V -undfr" such' < "*' '"K,
the Executive usurpations connected with 'the circumstaoffs \gip ,
jot tie territories from Congress to the occu trinstctirnanJthe unsoundcharacteruuJdan.gerous in the de doctrine of electing t "bjWdg ;.of
nt. It is tbe first practical fruit of the privilege highest g e s we should go through the empty>eereoiODy,

doctrine of the supremacy of the inhabitants of the convention tcudency; seem of the to me doctrines to make broached it expedientand in matter how i ignorant or by the people,! We may shortly*. expect :. electingmrmberswongresr'ulidatstinge: '

our territory. The doctrine in respect was to there their openly own governwent. maintained -- necessary+ to refuse the application now mgt Y be,-no matter how to hear of their giving in.their. ,' .ad_ rotes for Federal, 'execute f .officer,,-".l!

that Congress has no legal right to pre pending. by nature, or unfitted by edu to the Nashville Co n vents n n,'.and this- r ,or eio: ,usjhe ,eq llh'a;nmong.so,?

tcribb for the territories, and gut I have a furthnr for eign States, which we bad tamely surreniieri '
government up- reason the.proposition fresh from the 30l! !,, Hurrah !! for DemocratIctruth
:
.on this ground the propriety of putting; the I h-ive made, which Las regard to the substantial : we niftY come and i lost\Vo.uJdJF're.u 1 a itethe broken, ,.

.State government into operation, without a- advantage; of the inhabitants otCulifornts jump from the tailor's ,board, ; it will prevail. .,. .. ,.' of a violated constitution i'' 'Would l ilrapklingwoun'dai'Wantonijlinflicted "
: art do g the Sanction of Congress was maiulytapportod. I am persuaded the movement was rash a .'
I In the course of the debate in the. and ill advised. J have no snub the, reflectingportion editorial posts,-and instantly admire the spirit of the ''Gravelly.Hill:B on.a pJ'

i' invention, principles were asserted and feel- of population would gladly receiveas come qualified to discuss the tions, tilddaratakttsstiaxpontfeinbefort'Amer a land'. )i'ghepiried';race P t of i'r.n freeboraaolit ir: meal, ,
.
logs expressed totally irreconcilable) with the a boon a liberal provision for the support of icans in whatever county 'or. 'Stdlt.l\fri? f leplacedl" .Would it restore .eb ti.cord and,6a"rmtiio lr bet, _
t authority Congress m the territories, If this : a Territorial government, and 'postpone i the struse questions .political -[J. W.Bryant's tetteridtheEditof.Mr. wrong-doer and ,!h'e iiijuredin ; IWen1d.
first practical manifestation of a disposition tgife \ : bnrwnswbi.ch a State government wouldimposy and the most profound '
p is +
Bryant abold J if exercise
t man not fine preservruf'fromihesfarther: :
:a
effect to the disorganizing doctrine t.that I believe that the State goverhmeut,, can- _
The United State canopt control tbo pohtic1de.tiD1 not bo supported there without serious injuryto constitutional late Y sensible one. ,He sets. .'hjrnselDpp} ,tyranny,:by:tt triumphant! and. 'insolent i ;, ,tae- ; I

of its own territories,is not checked the prospects of that country. Undoubtedlythe Speaking, of.Maj. Beard, turea"I a candidate for, the- ; )legislature-and; !ity, which nidLifeVdr f6und. ,1tic i'bcsJ! "
\ we miy bid adieu to all further control over mass of American emigrants in Californiaare .! .. ._,
I. t ,
Bean the nnre8.lsjIDg c'lm : )}
the public domain. The resolution to put the ,of the most :valuable class. 'thcy.comprise 5th inst., says ; it sue1- wtitnearl: '.t he'; >vhole :i>t l ; ; '. '
8 te gOfernmeut into operat joq at the will ofvote. .I dare say, a greater'amount of character,talent "A man may,talk much about die voteis'of' .Yhel '; mppae 'to.\ih sa' .int ert g tories ef
convention of .ounfyT77p: .E( il both.. ;par> heactto-tJiink: Mind'ec' .lieit%- ,
the was passed by u nnartfmoos: } energy, and enterprise, than \vas ever be Jefferson aui Calhoan, tonlj 1 to vmimthathasa u ; TV
The eanfttfctt of the proceedings will gife 8Hm* foro' thrown together in the settlement of a, new eel 'a political pedant.or : t ; "sets*at',"defiance TT- '! .Whrgs.'and aifna-af fi nArii,i f *' eaP.bb. 'ybltO !thin j*it. :

ulna to the spread of oplni ns which I am sure oQuntry. But very few of them are yet owners | Beard,displayed"talent'1! in'his. ; j Qwd-',* pQwa> -j w JJtwbrpUDtlie ; ;|< freeiiliitis *ttodgfiUo.;J ro 't-KitTf' 1,_. ,
*majority of this body cannot Countenance of real **Ulet ccW i tb.9 Government i which r I in; ftttemptiqg to harmonize the leac1' : t : i '
That the Senate t. I I spntiqriept that he ibijiks ..NoYet! ga7.4bre"timit#,canmelk. >rtt ,. .
tbogbaractcri
}pay nn sera utd is the great land proprietor there, has m>t of character of these two great men : thjcreare r. :
of the opioiopi expressed by the principllepeaken it into market. Tho :n 'h14 ; J9. : 't i itt t';,t o' Om :
> *
brought population is yet tag to kno.ir that Jefferson-lop: ( v d M ,enough: imbued. *YVI_tb.' 'A, tsot VI".'*liA fA_ :
.
'
in support of the resolution, I will shifting-the'mass moying from place to place, !upon the gradual,dis.contin.uance t, K _:: ._ which;ar*,net o'o mpaicotee i-und tO',BWI-;'*,",. .,

make 10m. brie running' tf1 ctji fpvmtbode. according to OifQqU1.< Dce.. It is impassible ;Tery in. our country, and,,actually tCt, -notions.-, to.elect.-. .fiimv r" ., "'. r .' \ :cessions .while; 'nope i arejsjidif' _f\' .

r bate: therefore, for accmnulations. be made of ersonal .- the old Cbngress the;rat Wilmot>r ,:uHe! .admires 'the. ; .Graveli j'; solucailu'ponthe JFreemfn'ofvDitivil td'elec1"t
"Mr.Poor, foray owa part, boweverrepugnant estate of a ttatble. description, Aamitthe Mr Calhoun looked Southern ; ? : : !.f xx ,:
upon Y.
j th*doctrine may be to the opinions of iSfatelet the> present income frotAtha're.. a divinely;appointed .institution : ; ;i ionw! Well.wlioi| be i des' 'juin'aell i )r to_ "thir fegW16'ta)} ae*1 tJia' j jo' .
:
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ever seen,J must frankly uvow that 1 hold i the goycroo Qtfa be supported, "ith its i high blowings.. TetM'jor JJeard's, ,c ;; .?> _\', r- \ -, *.-,- -.t. n* .r ." \ .4' \' _;.f; S

',, c iet,C op rew:of. the United States possesses not salaries tnd iieoessarily expenditure( (: A ,perience"?,iaaed him, to declare bti" Dbfjlhe gentlemen, 'whosefraudulently I m 'trt : 8TJQnN .cOUb r:, dip .

.,;.J Jfgal authority H orcrthia country In Ito present' tax upon real!or, p rsjnal estate wontd? give but amnll are',based. upoh! thosei'o*>Jefferson_ ;_ J :puf'pnhe: :doaimreUhiin m _'Jt : 'of : ; : emoc l a't t:Qr, ,t J .I ohnitnl+l la:,rhaV

.coDdit1oQ., 11nRUAfeVen'. a rate,that would be octtahing ted" by CalhoacI, lMajorBetird 4 { { t JDoW soir.Detia. 1' Iftthiit a 1d U e J urt :
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policy the South in relation the, and we tire now withering node?its tine. preiextyoterhment entgiigiht F441 v. tc othspundcurtfl4t4n ; tnp )|>Ifr of tbit j

question which now iglutet the cona- Wa elected Mr. Cifctm he prisei ts gocd in the cause. of :KinuciiQt t ttThy rp turegttin -, :.c-T ;
0 jjheactsof the Gtceral Government tb Itsgiws bad hope but alas the feope'niisperishtt or-- v entangling-f-it in- nwreI&tzQn] > to- slaVery jf ?- tfacUontandmay yettolertte fUvcry oo'ac- k 1 ttwc *nc4 bI aN1 4
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Tat j to the rights of the South In the TerriL The fairest'portion of our. tftate is laid more_ ior Jeis ,alj in Ytf :>h1s.-. evelop thre.-: enas"If/there and spwdy& 'ef'Tatealth en ft tiwonld ; b.etdbvuLtbWe.oflth..idIss v .>

? ,>cqalred from Mexico. But, as that cub waste,the blood of oar murdered friends cry Thus MrrWcK: r {cjf pt ?? his pooflJwill b iiltjo?itsxiitene Izithat ectInjundrall '. :- f

k-fcii already been exhausted by the unsurj aloud from the grave,for rengeaOe -the ruin to the South by proposing &natfji; the olwtruitlD! ? Citcatostibcw, 'itoW. SeloftMtb1te l lDbW .*$* P; '7

J pis3eLbilItY j and patriotism of our southern and desolation of thetf homeland tfee wail ofthtlr shell bear the expense of tryunportmg. prevailed there;;,:ftftdfcontrblW: rte'toVm jDirpinlmtionoftL -[Stall Capitol Till-Uwte,"thi4t4e. 4
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who hare laid aside surviving families! and relatjops 1 iall to Africa all the tree 7egirops4ri step oplSbjpfHwe California ; ;' : '
meber$ Congress, par ,., tip | hwartli' ail been open,to-; Livery| irifnout jhrwtJandrnchrt'ct flO4iROW :
rife,aid united as one man to defend the on as in touching and do uent U5i} for rengeance. to benrngtbe expuspI'f'betng *n&fcy&1 he slaveholderswho Can' ttUw .

ty trtlnst the abolitionists of the North-itijjTtune "An eye for an eye,and a:;tooth for s fr eesuch as are,,not:>u/,. .AIr, ,Clay h many thousands .Would hare; er there' By ecrr4ttet; ,.y.

Soitb but little to say, more than think tooth," but no response is heard even from;Mr.OabeU hints hie'oin'nThar'theeaernl'; Governraetit'r n five ow.and Tbe prospect of makfnj from three to I _' cw1DuwNuw: : -._ .; _ii i-:_:; : 4
evrjrten'thoniind_ dollars to the lidnd __ -
rtibculd follow the example,or,in other words he reclines pa cushioned Sofas and surrounded is' justly reonaIbIe to the would have jqdnced 'au Immense immigration : -. c Sectitaryot Sta$ : ,,,. ;

out the policy adopted by the southern by the msgnificente} of th.e White House owners slaves for the viilutrif sach to Cnlifbrnra pf owners of that kind of property; 4 Attachment--. .ot1cVIthaso ;: M -

flirj in Congress-that, ajl parties should he seems to forget the struggles of'those in the fugitives ns, cannot be rvot'rtd, utiJ.Mr. Th slaves taken way by: them wfiald Ijaye diminished '
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jjfoberi Pratt of MaryUitid titi'riVmendment the number to make cotton and while :
unite for common defence and safety, for nni- far off wilderness Florida, who' ftrnggling Vnoyes. tbeif.owners! would hate fiuob bj dejb ,,4 : ctpibiAc. '-

ted" can stand and perhaps save and SUB* with the hardships of poverty, have tttperadded to tbe"fugitive bilL"trry. by zheh lab r ititb fllns'he, 'ppenipf those WiLUot Pciura. : ,i?' : :

die Union. At all events, w can sate the the horrors of the tomahawk and scalping ing out Mr. lay's notion. These men here would have been almost oobly; remutnertted -* THE: defendant and>1(pthers>trrt5td, ra

tgn from degradation, but divided we fall to kn ife. Eooughof this, let us *pek the antidote do not: c'.nsider'that the great evil and by the high price of cqj ton. Nor would: pptiSed.pf the.'comacBceaept p .
danger of ihe time is this have thfinVan this auit. returij le tp Joatica
the. extent to operated against moderate Coartto :
In relation to the measures adopted as wise men,Maj. Beard istjne of us,fee baa long I
K oo more. tneani It.would: havebeeji heldat ligator; o.ii 6attrdaythc 5th
r which! the Governrnentaliendy meddles directly to hai ad* | day of
t>J tbo Executive and Norttern members of been our neighbor, he was nt like Mr.Cabell, with and vantA c.Th poor tniu) ,who owned bui, bbe Jttnp pet,and tq appear and plea|to tht war. '
$ngrrt to defraud the South of her constitutional born to a princely estate, or reared in alt the slavery, they propose ,remedies slave;or more,would have made nearly'double- Qilert un4i my hind and seal the. 0.U* .

rights in the Territory acquired from luxuries of elegant life. He is a slf wade man which' are.palpably' only dnvnggrarvution oatofhia' their bbor, thaubecan realize, -. !iWvV : :
of the evil. nowf Nor iv uld! the "man who I WkLBto8 .. : -
poor owned noslavca ; :: 'IK.- *
it be base and he has reared himself his self sustain ;,
I conceiTe to tyrannical upon own 4
te1ice have'suffereJ .
it. What .
Wehnve'befor&uiai1I another piece by it it that isnow Ju3tIeofth..ei_ : 1 :'
in the extreme. The infamom compromise bill ing powers and now stands amongst us, a man, of kindness of the toJ the passage of the California bill) are fair in all the beauties and proportions of that no : Southern cities? Jt if tlive hb r. .That mikri" -
v Committee of the IfonKe of NOTICE.i--l
blest work He knows Kepr the'rotton,;;tjie pottpn produces wpajth.. and -
of the settled disposition of Congress of Qod. how to feel for us, '
,mecimens senUtivfS lately made rfporf intst'or we.ilt&'securesethploym.qt to labor.," There'is T .AJ47$ Pr ouztn'
of the South. I hate because be has been touched with the ips. ..
the prosperity socially
of not tn.in in
.piDSt establishing a line of Mail steamers a poor Georgia or (the whole'Sooth 9I1indfgp4 W robilnraits Wan
reaJ of no monarch iti modern times who con- finger of our infirmities Let us friends, send (liable to be used when needed for war but Is directly and deeply interested in: ,for n4s for propfites all elaimanfj o.wilJ "" 5 %v-* .

4uered a country and added it to his dominions him this time, and my word for it the gorgeous puipiises) to the AYritom toast of maintaining: the institution Of slavery.; Sup*. be entitled thereto under the Act ppp.bej '
fora '
the schemes
that did not let his subjects all hare an equal splendours of.the White House, and the fascinations Africa thence, by way ui* ihe Meciiiertaiiean pose could be moment carried put in emancipation;of the atwlilionista of- Congress becomes when law, the for same the shal) hare pas>ed -ia4. .

pririlege enjoying the benefit of of the conquest of its enchanted circles will never blind to London / A noolted router the 5c--what: would be the condition of the DOLLARS fgr ech )V rrapt majerafesumaf when obtained. .

but strange and lamentable to say, this I him to a sense of our wants, or make him forge fo nn object not less crocked poor nun? Uotr would his labor' be valued,in The object of this notice is to give to clajaantf ;

g Dot been done by the Congress of the United ful of bis duties. These crude thoughts Mr. The avowed puiposc of this scheme competition with the cheap tabor of,the black*? opportunity ofprocdring warranti at the. ,

fitites, which has permitted people of every nation Editor are thrown out by one who has no personal is to aid the Colonization S-cJ 'iy,whose field If a plonghed friual wereto, woalfi be dug the,rich house mooopolixer built, ot of.a least Those'possible wishing- expense.-to secure- the, .serrJces' -' 'of the Y '
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shade, color, complexion to go to California I ends to accomplish, who has never held apolitical objects, ns declared by themselvi ore: land and money pay hIm the wages he can get undcrsiCTeJ 'will oil at hu office; or address -

without restraint or hinderance. ;But,I office in his life, and vho has ft common "1. To' rescue the free people of<;i'It r uovr, when he could obtain free buck labor for him by letter, and prom't attention will be git.entot .- **"

the brave Southerners who after rolunteeriag; interest with his fellov) citizens at stake, of the United States from iiicirpoliiic.il half asinuctior even less. Could hesappprt ;claups. PglLlp FBASE -"i.-- S-r :*
his family stud edcuate his
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their services in a foreign war-after all their Let us take heed to our v s, and one and allgo and social disadvamsttt. upon such terms. But we will not enlarge.daughters.-. Jacksonville, .p. : 20 AUpnys&lsw._ : .

lufering in a tickly climate-after leaving to the polls and deposit there our votes for q2. To place them i imj !a rOuhtry The subject is fruitful, and the por maijcm 4iicuit'Oourt 6* .*f.-V.

iondreJs of the dead bodies of their fathers John Beard,the peoples candidate." where they can rnjoy Site b.etieliis ..f see at a gjancc what would become of bun in L opthen-Circu4 ,r ;-

mil brothers on the victorious field of tattle, AN OLD MAN. free vernmcnt with all the blessings, the event of. thp emancipation Augusta of the slave. of Fjorida, HWibqaugh Co.SHER.4&D .
21j&
ml raised the standard of their country en the in its train.' BMcOUIZE -AIn *
[COMMUNICATED. .
Ctpitol of Mexico, they are told by Congress, "NEWS." ] "$1 Tti spread etvt'ziaiioiijsnun'i mo AN IMPORTANT INVENTION; TS.NASCT cbaice ..
PEA
--"I told you soMr. -- forJKvorwLiinof
they shall not take their lawful property toia rals, and true religiot, throughout the The IS. V. Express ha? a J Jetter cnn- McGriax. '

J lit J on that soil their valor has won. This CABELL has mounted his Duval pot continent of Africa; PBpER Af 2 .
the
tjrannj and ingratitude supersedes anything I I I py again, to humbug u3 volunteers. "4-. Tp arrest and destroy the slave taming following account .of a valuable T appearing to the wt the ""Court, .

lute met with in modern history.We but it wont1 do. We wont' trust trade, improvement in the process of Court by, that'the abQJe jneutpnr.de/endnt :"- ..,.'

have been called disonionists this is not him again He say he has got U5. To aflford slave-owner* who wish grinding sugar cane. We iruut sonic sides out of the'State-of Florida) to,wit th \ -' :

tbe fact. The South has made great sacrifices or are willing, to liberate heir slaves,, of enterprising planters will test its State of:Georgia. |t.is ordered thUs hearing ',
another "committee" ID -report, but on the facts cEarged .in said iU .
foi'their be Jud.at -
to sustain the Union. See the treasure collec an asylum reception. efficacy.Ki.NcsToWTf. the -
we bad reports enough already -we To promote these t ted at the South annually-carried to the North j | [ sid -
St. ty. that
Cuntponided.
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Vi.ncentJuljr copy,of.this -
snd spent there to enrich that portion. The want our money. His reports ilways Abolition society, operating indrrthe The ship "Cathnrine Elizabeth/1 order $e pnbjiahed jn some .public..newspaperof ,, ,4.:

Southern coast is left open to foreign invasion I, come on the eve of the election, qpJ l specious name of-c >loru2aliori, C nn- fr .ni London arrived her tho lOut Jhfc State, for the space of three mouths at : 3 -
is *?on least; befoire the ; / /
f.mr
re-s appeaje'd td and stdytihe.jJ'ternj -
while our money goes to fortify the North. The that is the last of it, 'fill*notheL"eJetion annual g appropriation f five a heavy .- met, having a patented machine pnbotid said;Couri .- -:

South Las had onerous and heavy Tariffs imposed a Good bye, Mr. CABELL T inducements tothe ir ye4rhe cloak for extracting or squeezing juice yfisvf** my na ae at ChaJpber.tbIs day
I measure
on her to protect the manufactures of the from sugar cane. The machine is a of June, in the year yf ourJqr4oasbcij.'T .
you don't suit us we hate its real designed aiding the s&nd night h '
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gen u'liednndflftj. .
North. The South has had her negro property "trIed'e square iron box, containing roHers ;_. : .
ril cause of Abolition detailed JosweR __ -
are as L.Qq4sT ,
often We ,
too already. ; '
and seduced from her the at you a -
stolen by people which in motion ;
I injhe 1st JJail are,pu.t by ateam.Hcietofore .'- Judge of the CrcuitCourt for

the North, without compensation, and, the de- working man i Africa report.monihly; ; and, carrying l 2nd, 10 a sjtii ulaietbe to the most approved machines Soue.gudaiCcufto(, . ;.. $

lIvery of the slaves refused, when lawfully docoaled. A VOLUNTEER: trade with Liberia, which is said already have not produced more than 55 per June29 ,_10pq .3W

S ctMit, of juice, whereas the cane contains -

An union jnsticeof equal rights/rod inn 1. Democratic Meeting. In MarlonCounty. L COO, and to to amount be incre to -expert siiiV annually uf-S50D.-at: 30, evidently leaving.tbe greatest : -

leges.J am willing to sustain, but not an union the rate of 50 room" for improvement.O roqnths.JxflerdateJ shall.preswit.or accounts 4 : :
cent ,
t f oppression and outrage that, I am willing to Pursuant to previous notice, a large portion As still further.per inducements t" enlist # the 14th inst, in presence of the I the Estate'and vouchers Jbahu as the Administntrixof --
Hogtnj to the
lion .
resist at all hazzards and to the last extremity.By of the Democratic citizens of Marion convened L j speculation in the ra>rt', an exaggerated Lieut. Governor and a strong muster Judge of Prpbsie of AJoloima County, and.tLt : '. --

giving t&ese remarks a place in your paper, in the Court House on Saturday, 31st nit-, for accountof/ the progress and 'If planters* and scientific gentlemen, -IShaH at the same time apby to said Court for > -
prosper
jou wUl much oblige, Yours truly, the purpose of selecting.a suitable candidate fa >ty of Liberia ia published $ and the: the ncces-aty preparations.haying-been disliargefrom4dadminpraIiuu.pfsaIdegate' ..
them made the. All perspcs in'trwte, .ire shred to take notice -
JOHN BROWABD. represent intheoeztLegizlaiiu.' vast resources of Africa in palm .oiljivoly engine N\va5 set to wprk, and ESTHKRtsAUBKRSON. **
On motion, Col. PROVE&CC was/called tp thechair and gold dust are displayed. The the experiment resulted incomplete. : u .- :- :: .

rod THE & 3fl protempore, who after briery stating the Britishtrade with jlb. African tribes i is; ly abstracting the juice from JOO Ib#. Allia1c; Jnne 49th JS, em : ;
Mr.A.C. 31tLt7T, bject of the meetingpnt Qduced fo the audience of sugar-cane in:63 seconds which was: ,
estimated.
at near25,000,000 and ihat ,
DEAR SULK.-.I find la a late number of the Major JOHN BEARD, the Democratic -Candidate i not an exhibition of thetterm.stpo'mter SIT days .*tter date, application; will b, :
nat)"n w represented to have already ex to the 7on. James 3.Q'Nei1I Judrfof
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Republic*?' tJSi.it my name is inserted in a for Congress, who happened to be present.- iracted'from the .Gulf Coast gpQre than of tho engine, inasmuch as the iburthtubo the Pobat.Court in Nassau County, ,_.fgrpernii -., r

p Committee that ouated! certain Whig candidatfgai 1. Maj. BEARD arose and .entertained.t&e meeting. $ zoOOQOopo. Thus a new California being,out' of order, consequently- slon to sell the RtIEstat.e belonging t* -'.

adopted certain Autj-Sonthern resoJafi for an hour or more,'jBrjtli an able exposition is to be opened to tlic negruca in their only .thrte-fourths of the actual 'power thcato.QfJnW.osiaeilsteof/ said ,, g

Muta meeting recently held at Gravelly, the, principles of the-twp great political parties own native rontinent ii re nun for being was exhibited. A second ejperinienl County i. WABTrK.,ept's: -DuBOSg. DuBOSB A4m'x.: AdaV -; :

HijL Nuw, Sir ia the rst place, I was not of ihe Union-traced their origin in a .lucid I i exclude*! from th.<> California ofours. vas .inade.pn caues cut for :mooth .of .185.0. fit -. ::,, -

presenUtthe meeting, and never anticipated mauner-rsbowed thjLt sectional, apd jot politl Jyib.erja .ar;d San Francisco which much of.their juice ba4 cvpp -_:_' -_- -_'_, -_-_ ,

in I result. Agdy, I claim to be as g'jpd a Whig cal interest divided us at present as a people-* the Gold Coast and' ih: .* Sauramentaojelo rated -.nevertheless 65 12 Jbs. of juice f'NE Apnlh after datej btjI ppljr.tc th

as anj iaiivi-iual present at ft, but such a bur.rible denned clearly the vtiimatitm of Southern concession p be rural Il Dorados, and divided the: was extracted for 00.lb? ..of\canein44? Columbia'5 'Honorable'county,Judge f0rJear$4o.jBeU of( ,jt jp Probatv the BeaEs-CSjurt pf .. -: :

Anti-xmthiTn iu-resy, as-its resolutions as consistent with civil lioerty, anJ con devotion of ihe children of M-minion. seconds. The ibird c iier.imcnt .was < -

present 1 always have opposed-and always cluded witb ajpatriptio zippealto the citisens of JBu.t the General (.'ovrrwn.e.u is to made oh 100 Ibs. cane cut only! one Barnes.dec, .of vhkh-aU 'ptoons interested. 4 -- -

hall oppose,... and I shall oppose any candidate Marion to stand or falj vti delegated rights pay for opening the ,nev cencof wculih month, and in 35 seconds f78 12 Ibs. of! sno-durotc.ote; ; -- .

/or the legislature that professes them. As .Iiavr of the CoaAtitntloii. and tfceagitation ontlavory and slave juice was obtained, which ian improvement -'. .8.tC.rThtRNES. : "--: '-a*-'''.', -1 '* It-r -

before sail 1 am as good a Whig as any After the address,Mr.David Enness jrasjeleoteJ r restriction lo be kept np.iij aid .the unexampled ittmagnitutle> mror- t_ --. J -i.oTIcE. ._ -;?':, '-

ane. but I do not consider myself bound to suj. to preside over the convention, an J. N. objects of a -soeit.lyvhicli will only iance and, utility, besides tbs it was -i '- ,'* <'.;

p Tti Mifs fo a cd upon the Whig paryr, with nolurpose Whiter, chpsenJBecceta/yp cease to labor-Jti-the use-of Abolition .distinct iy shbw.nftbat whilo, the newmo4e.apre.ssureextracte&aocoxqpete .! -

as I cm perceive other than 10 support On motion a omn>*tU l q8sisting4f llesers. when it destroyed.he institution on -"- TlHEjfceirs, and all persons interested in tfcft '

:wo Northern c.ndi.lates.out of thret, who dean L.Prv'Mc / Payne, HYiGobzJ.Helver.ton, which Abolition makes war. They an Jyctlie: jtiicu ofthint rr of lh.ecane, Estate of J8.Jsznes'WGqfthecx.

to force t! jie Southerner* to thejr delusive H. D. Brandy 8.P. McgcrtJa*. Wteks,1. Man. to have the G.overnmerit! patronageand! i its knobs and rind were. left cnnipletoly tybf I illsboToogb, dec4 &bbyDOUfi. ::- '

*als J8 zioriuno the wbolecouuiy that *iso; J Ball, /: M. McIntosh, B. A Carter, J the South in.to he mad.to pay for the iniou hc4wbiCh is. -impoKtant ad- shall that,on the to.first theHonorble-Judje.fl'so'bat.Jjonday ineptebsr .' -- -.

:tflvvbk iu fayor Of the decision of the E. Ellis. F. M. Durance, H. Crane. 'Wm.1ed. KCilingand liberation.sf.her.sIave. vantage.as it is.t'.iera* thatXtlije green. of tbe apply junty fmUaboroc iytohivaier :

N.iph kt ouveuiiou,7'_ od those who have ding, and David Ennist, was appointed to.noin- j-'Jieihill: ; of the Committee propose wax and rther ob ectqnabe aiiuer-isv of>he real and personal property,ofmiI4 d* '

pLced tae iu an improper position are to blame iuute a candidate for the Assembly. lli ,ce:large class steamers a cost. of contained, anil ii.;is, there .-tjt the/old. ceased allotted to-ae.. ccoraing tatbt-'"*"* '" ; -, .-

they have caused me to injure the nominees The committee after ashortubsenceretnrned S ,700,000j to make monthly! trip? and roller rnachine unfortnnately; jpressed insafth- '-case nade and rET'cJ-M ; -- .- .' :

ofthe uutention utGiMTelly 11111.Ep.ctfufly. and reported Gnoia Esq., as the .nominee. to>.rec i ve $4QOOO.wr,ijionth,:pr,$ 80OQO ,- ni.difficulty ivisurmouqtdble'jji the Toiler. / :- jfLL
a for carrying ihe-muil. ;The system, y$ efiecti.iajly obviated by this 1850. : '
&c., Whereupon CoLPaotEjicc, at the,!nstsnce of year aap AcgustiO ._ :: -
ELI Ai j. JA13 DON. the oooimittee n rodace the i following Resolutions ships are to be built by private -enterprise newpr4e e. ;

whjcbvwere unanimously adopted-..and ; but in aid of .tire idvt-nturc, the Thi'iengixaiste greatest ev r ,discovexed :Notice. t s

Fuft THE Government iso Joan ,Uie Ctimpanytwothirds andxvill increase, if applied, I
which the candidate elect was required to sub pessons hating any"ciaisui orOf -,
W Rribe t.oor withdraw from.tip Domination theamoMut t or.$I,SOO,000 ;sugnrvcrbp, "of ttUeworldfttJy' ) ,. pne'v -; wbateTer; kind'against &tat ?f .
Lm an old m .L Mr. Editor, |ive in Checuunt1 Excited : Ht the moderate in'erest of 5 per cent. !hir4.; : decmsedaebereb reqniir4 tq :1 '
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j and t je Terr/tones .recently Acquired ----- -!TLrrIFn1 them:to the .under si : .-
purwiv ih culture of To such then-.the Gover : -S present -
my grouiidf < li1g. JlactsoELVJG oieL
1 mingle but little with pnUticiuus,and ..$ well to emigration from Uie.South us from mentis asked to become partner ii an '.September 9th.Thomas iJonea,.Walk$ C law or badefnlt tjbereol-the/ -

CL4mo te *;Southern imd Slates rights man the North. And that any legislation Wjbjch, ex. a Uvery-moveraent;
ifl&ply i Iiia inclined to think:that party spirit cludes Southerners with property they/Consti neyjts credit, and thu/pfepeQi.and Dig y Salem Mass.Sep-4OtbCVWUli.;7 ,- -: -
li duiug tutionally possess, srill be pprssive and ken,EUsrronh Maine;Sept lUb.-liaa.Bad- ri to
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our
country* because of nity qf Governraeni AU I
1the great injury, fraught with deep and flagrant-injustice. sdatakiiigto an di oq.BUck Creek;H.H>FJoyd. Caniden CoQC.Mor ::4. '
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,eld tio>bichh kcured. Peimit anaua Resolved, That -we will cheerfully divid I enterprise fed on the ss nce.eljngs) and ,'.Gi. l ".' : m dnpMrtiL : -.

who h* voted ior the best men with10 ;, 1 crritorirs.soaaltbe N.rih and Seutka y aiming at the same jnd 'jis tbbsejmoreundikguised : : : Apf1Ol83O; 0' -

eut re their enjoy equilty this cbm'inop .and tu\v : : t -_ ___ '
party .names, to.say a word property; planii of; 4u 4Ulity, iwhich -e'n&eiIIc.c ; :
.i ,Our tier (as a purchase .flfupeaee)\we .wilhsubmit have, far
Y1i; Ii'ye 'we gone to render a cuitinuan.eeof
gaintI by par y that $Southerners excluded from i the 'Territory tU botbosateofJ
.Lij l-n.Fioridml Lt us ul* serfously I north of38 deg WjRiin,-nxach the .lar- the Union imp issiHe* Prtvatejspeculations Sept. A

uot ""I-jloriiBd Jillmore ztpeive the t u nnd "en- on .a gjr iid js ytf, njjaied4 by flth.-Bri.Commerce Grealaw, &

'oie ot t torida,and whit have they done for us I,? joy with their propery, e szaitportloi utli. i hpaid of i r e pui.Jmp i | / Treii5u ry will$pwugurTaiVd ,- t :
he i oftbaUine. i tbe, sAlonrof tfasdewirti th*wtate are hereby .
murde1 r i4etfy : .
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ourebptbizrn( $ tb--cb. ; .
.I' e $ MonnIig .Btr. ;
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suffer Southerners th. impulses iffan.it icMroi I' -
& desoUtedOne part .or the I to excluded from thee entire north'of yery .! -: -- -
thej 1Ite ,H feiheybeen.removedl' No. *i' 38 deg. SO min make a great Territory concession thing connected wiih'ilus! African rad4VinrjK V : 5tE8nLi8teeJjNx; ,

beepuniatiet? I'yttheDt why Uii'7 further we'cmnot recede without-vile;.submis-' ; gu e Ao imioi ;asjts: par niandthegran4 _' '' _- v ,i" 'rfV

: _re been let alonethe t* ps.havs beep jsent 1 siaasnddisLonor At 3630, ws wnittand; or ; eourcp ofii: prfiis;upon & J- _4_: ,
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uat Xerlnnnalfl 'butcher rpwn; oa 'eccraytheywithus *Iei \ plutions,his nomination was oi4'f oy the .his.fur,- ,tie| p-mx iof:.ft unding -. &VTIC&' .L ,' gtheuMl1 $ 4.jI1i -
thi1.i,5 4 Convention. Aci on'motioa the ne'etinff &$*! 4
& and adionrnei" colonies yerjyhicir; U,4 KqUfe fKissi
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our:propert, re. d44-. latefiijCoLS
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Jb: | &ndJ fttoptejf jnjuiy; &inproyem s of InttratAlro#t& anastoinr iae"U.y.iria"auil iboifort o4theirguIste. l irgetznjptI tor9ugbF! th'iQveiuiak ttbIp
; Cy ;& )g ;&: rhjc1ire43f\tho -hu .' : llouse,
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:day :WiibeTerre hflsvt t rarfleI by siiy hotel, In the the pubic.orihe UberalJ,$ nageih lhv 1 Uh

:id* these, prio.Iic3btIit2i: a correct and O1Li1! au ; the constant steam e itepje4 to baudszrj .,
ootjAVctol ae
r\ihUof'tu Old worU. iu thy our, audJ to !IiaW tha w-lvoatage'Vif the in markets of --5 FMmfl- i rthfld3wO14 LtT4?

.vrm thiv! trioa conclusion*J? wi' irorif thifui |hbs Uttjcs. la ji .UtiQu'tliejr,bring to the bu* Jane 29, 1850. : 3UI''UiflEID MEi1ive -
by tho 1(7L lins! ; *pirlt3 of the age. The Am*'rirAQ sinesiJiuyx cneu jtminyiycaVSn' which 'will

< PttMshew tIi'tirc deem it proper to> c.tilaVwe.lAtleniioi !'ilc Jli tji to jus t !tetter the mains ofattcnJing Tust Afin *.tiA gj&& iliAK&iig
? t> the works tliey repabllshadthefery Jothe vho ReceJvedpeBriEgypflii ; prat IX6u&ble' ('J7pTrTt3- i.-AtroiTOfc> w ;
visit
yvvuiorthbsejt| the mild U ilaysfromNew York (
>l i>n JOiui wiiich'thcy .uru of. pHsn it jot FlurjJa, fpr the. uipheaith provisions! consisting: 0 axhoice supply ojf lnkto 'j5i i s i ivj dI : $i 't11-! -
ferel w ia cribjw. Tiw followiojjH their b'r'nleiSure.. Stu4 '-4419V 1- nlsFloiif M iw Baiyiurjf CF5OflrO1e1aneed Iio 4ejlrcmt.1 $

ILit, viz: ; 1. rettatIn bich the cli. r Bacnfpoykjama,:;ButLer JMtfF faftber At._jj"i-b. _' d* eVf'"M l>* ?"l i"C.rvalS.*m>_ fcfc.i?f%_*"t. *fl 1tba1eti. : ;
i1iI.ODO QU.ItTEXtLYILEVLEW, mite of F'ni J foese8 ILltie estimation oft Lard, Chee fejvSugar GoffeeJ a* *$ Yito' M wir 4*

,, TliE1IJtN'IUIWUtiW1EW. :NorIt ui.tTIS1t ILv1Fw, srepnupc4 I _i llic f ni3'UiNi tA1er5 T.wiilty lorChe 4isceshas cure of consumption induced a Dried ApplesP acfiSs,11 Wei?? &c! f t EL *f *frlttlh...' ewrfvS6f-t Ee'E,,

TU1wiTMINTka. j.iWtktY; : : >""ist increuse; of tr.ivel tq.this State, during.the H'A Atso -'ft4 4 ol> je disease for a ttmeht urIty ;h q.
& &
: fall -lu-l wiutpr nlhVof .
.tN cij) who eecJ; the ,
I t Z1I. rcli -, Hay, I4a1uIJLead AsmiU2eazsje otiih cMsstrainttut $*&r
flDILt11I
CYODD' tvffirilAlJfiy: ; mi Ucr atmosphere,-and in bib as anI 1 e yiIetI ta1is
S :rhl,..ibove LekiiC&l$ rr13 iu New icwr of tliUpiet f i the LibzcrIbcrsji1vs deterniin ,GIass8c.p&c t bilioqs. -2? ***. T>J ** M7 *o *>M r P ""Wy<-"i d fI & ; (* ) :) ji!
York im acii.itely on their arrival by the Urit- ed that tLoif ertidiis l fo merit the : cjimatosjnay.ha ha4grwikpf.tbe. uri
patronage a llofwbichi is offered for sale .at.th* lowest tferafeneaIi f *'. rfc $- 4DB. U nIt ( ogrtsg
isHBtwnicwinabe.mtiralcleirtype. oi; Hue wliich nh-ill be lj stowe.I5 ;
them saall
.ujwh be c- sb prices, by .. ;:
white p-iptr :ui'l I urd faith f.il copiM of the cr ,ji- without) -regard to toil or expense. il

fl4L4, BI&C13lS M.g uin being an,exact, /" .
,,,;/eofttio Jhiburg1zetitiDa. J-icksoaTillc, Oct. 6,1849 ..tftj" AND RICE STRAW HATS: -ep atipn to ,, 4; -oappI! b ii-
la these pirioJiail are contained tho views, The Ch: r'Jwton )lercurv nnd the 8avnunih PANAMA .' C4 A .. 't ft !
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f'r: ? --. -v. *! tC 11* a t : vz51 pronptaltenhjejy -
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mIer4y.LhUZh. r.ur : aporgina will _
please copy the above I..t4gtrs ,. McDR41K
ti1ies' Bonnets : : J jiy-t.
Ng,1, f th Lhre grC.t., p rtie3 iiiTy until br.bid.. ; Bonnet Trimmings; ? for .Thcisonville ana iiczi.i. Agnst,24 1850.. : -- -
WM :Lfl I ItitI1CLt-'I3kC' tntttie; .1 &\\\\ Notice, Stationary of every Description ; -: -a > -IM- : i.r 5'. f-1;t._
'Lo izt Qjtvter1y ar Tory the "F 1inbtrflvLew" JtCNV1iLE general nssprtment of'Boots and Shoes. TOWNSENI UOMPOUNDITUXT' -;----
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1849.HAVING Si :
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Just received and for 'siile .fi-
Wti ;; arii tha "Westminster Review'7TaaXSorth left the State for C.ilifornia, I at rc3uced ,-. ftSAPA ItLL4t
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the :
LThcr. '.. British', Review"' owes itset3bli'hrnitt tr.ittsfrr my business to Cgl.Siunifcl prices at store of qrzJe-itis 7.: a
to the tart gre.it eceleiaasricul Spencer who will WM.P.BEWEES.April six times kUKlNG 'my absence from ih! jifej L,T
in conjunction with cheaper, pleasant er,and warranted superioV %
movement. in Scotlan'I: anl id hot ultn iu its rr. H.iUt-r, prosecafe :.unfinished business to 20. >., tf, jta.. :'t' View-ion any t>neof the r.uiI ilepinmost:* of :LClQe. I'Ufll.Iv .Nt) I'$1i% : vomitin*, ;IIABLE8 (JQPER Mt tft Iw

: Ic.l e; it w.is ori:| uilly eJiteJ ny : The Militia el-urns in- my charge will be atfM'lts'lto r g BOOKS .subscription to the capital iieutantl iv particularly adapted for L los.-Th.aekz6zvihI a tFhoj'fd,,, torpmietjjj

Ci1iners, au'lnow, sinca hsstaith. i is jjon'by t btuyself.j; U connection with Col. stockpf the Ath1ntkiikicIGitrRaji 1t4 cC thutransferrieg mycoPL

hi* son-w-Uw, l>r. Hmna, associated Sprtnccr! and C'oL'Cb.tries B. Sherman, of Wash Company! will be opened itf the CityH>'fs: >. Augustine Tlie great beauty'anid ujeVjority of this Sarf Ibis Itke p1anrIn-gh
Wita&r David B rewt*r. Its literary chvr.ictfr : ington,.in
is of'the very hi gliest order. The "lYestjoiustar prosecute thm to a successful result. I have tt nine o'clock, A. M ,on Tuesday the 251 tf day '-y iiiyi6r t t1ie bto a
frpm
mrnds
," thoush reprinted under that title only, no authority to collect the money" due on these September next, and -wiLbeontinueIopziuntil consunjpliiniimred,' -s t hEO1iIh my nijtl cl/ifniants* rtQvwBicaVyu*/ ?

U'publisUcl in Unwind uuler the tiilo of the claim), a* f huaI'vy preferred to have whatever the whole stock ia takeia/ } ,, ceie astrengt pi. 1liii tlyjp1jt1e5hhiu viv'
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** Foreign Quarterly ant Westminster," 'it be- nj'iney.M iy -ippFOpriateJ placed in the In behalf. the Commissioners, .iv .consuniptiqn can be CUT54p;; :l 5J4isAD1&
ting iu fict a muotofth2 two Ileriewdt formi.'r"ly han-i( of u local paymaster: such'ns the parties'invpre'stcd 5- D. fYU1EE.' tiiehitii &nsuthinolouh ;- -:

p'ublishftlanlropnmcl uul-r eeperate titl5. : may select, after'tbe'" act of their re- August 25, 1849.. ,* -' t-- : 'tf -- S catarrh sp -.-. --: 1-L:;. --

It h is, therefore, the svAy in.tgo by) this 1ki.- GREGORY YALE. *" F y. tijjgof htood.soreness in the chest, LIi 4N8UR4NC OR
c.i.ubinition, unitini in one work the beat feuur August 2S.'tAf' !!). tf flASTIOCOMPOUN'?"uK heietlush.night' sweat 8difiV -
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ri of both as heretofore issue-l. /' cultor profuse c pei> ; O4
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Jowr'copicsof any or all the nbov works "A cure for Consumption,Decline, Asthma and "': torationnnd BfV! >' -: ; t 4&1WYQRK
w :l b2 sent to one a-Mresa on yiyment of the ro all diseases of tbe Chest and Lungs,'? ts ,'AK'i iui- i- ; intheside.&p r.

n.r 3 ')$cnptioa for tlitUC-thC -fourth.. CUy k Sp-iinic! Boole.fA Kirkham's; Grammar, For sale by .f. A:.-M. REED.t -1p pJ havi! nd' St 1Fj J? $

ft":Sin'gratis! BIik Rhetoric, Clark's Grammar, Feb._ 2, 1850., tf ANiE: (
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Chambers
-TERMS. PhLI'y, Drawing, CUrC(1..
For riy one o the fottr iluviews, S3QQpertfra chcir! Cbmpanit'jn, do Chemistry, GOODS AT REDUCED VRIC 3 .ProbaT t >lythernevcrw"aiiar| tnafrhafc Ol FICE I O6J3BonwAy1_ .CO"OF.- acidlxo1ii ._ ,. _

For any two, do 5.00 u Ditc'M First Lp4o1t, Jo Zoology, At the Jncksouvilte CheapMlot" been so succfipful! i in/desjicr tecii ..ofconsunfp,>
three do. 7,03Fir (C L) Sie Iriliiuetie. do Treasury of ,
S Jor any S tion.as this; jt'cl leape. ;nd strer.pthens the J V.- :
nil four t-f the Reviews, 8,00 Knowledge, riHE SUBSCBIBER hasijast, received in syetenf. and(appears tolthii1ee Vh'the ; !-( *i4ILI

For HUckwco Ts M i.azine.. 3.00 do A1getr lo Physiolojry, J. store the following articles, which be of 1 tqg and he ptiejfl .gradiallyregajn tJfr NDRAPhlLYi '
For Blackpool Mitt thrw Reviews 0,00 dc FIeuzG, u ctry. Burritt's GeographyIteiires fera at prices that einnot'lair'to' purcla- usual he'attfi and'strengtb. %
F Uht&two31 anl four Reviews. 10.00 u Ijnni n lots and At1a sers: \ : # t. -
-Paymits to bi miit in till cases i ii advivtce.. PMiCeholl-Utfisr.Ipjy!; & Logic,"' Printed Mnslins, from g lS? to43?! 'CUI1Id&C.24SEOF Cfl&tiJifPTo&Theireia *. *_ < 'n-p Vklfii'J* l.?

curn3Nr. Little paer. Polka do at .. 42K* scar/elya! day 'paseg'bnzi therefore Mortt F iB.
4 ttiTaCC$ and conm'imeations-should L Parktr First Ls'cnr_ ViIIird's.1.7. States, White, Plain and Fig'4 do., from 15 i to 50** ,.a-\number' '**>*. of t cases? i,of.' Consumption, -J>*. .reported as- ; lnstraticCouijiniyir- % .*- **S* *jsjatftVT -? -"
iYAs.
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cured brtbe use oiiir. ownsena r>
be (wl aJilressed postpaid or frankei, to to- Stho'i i'hU.a- Chamber's Geology, Ginghams, ..- i8o'37&, s -S-arsaparula

the publishers.LEON'ARD. nptty, S Parker's Bhet Reader, Calicos of the Latest Style, -"- :1 0 16 20 he-fqljbwiig wentlfreeeie.fr.qq .
Da1 Tp\v 8ENj>7-J3effr Sirs for Jhe: -last
SCOT! & CO., anl A variety of French School Books Linen Cbamberays,- ** 5Q to 25 ihre- 5- t4 4 c4iiTaawl
73 FULTOX STREETXew! York, For sale by Fijrured Lnces, .. ... -" 18K ,o75L. years n'IWtfalElcTVWh 1 gehtrzl ; _-_ AJl
Entrance: 54 Gold stALIEY" A. M. REED. C. Handkerchiefs, 1'< 12i,< to lQO ,Iebility; lYnenrouifonsuniption n ofcth'e last k'P $ -Trt-e.; t-'pthe i iltr'd
Linen Drills ''- stage,and .did not expect to ever gain niy IjeuOhat Fe.
: 31j| to 1,00Veatings iJj,
S Jask&lnvflLo>, Feb. 2, 1850. tf e
all. After
S going through .i course: oifvleuif Jthuijt. ion:
5 : 50 to 2 00. :
NOTICE. Silk and ThreadGloves 12) to 623. cine jfeEthjBcJrtf"of some of the mont dis'tinregular.physiciansand --'5- Ot .

.A fine assortment ofEdgingjt Insert ioruf uisiied number of the lleury A.Ke'an ((1 tr 'ri', KrU
flOWL1N BILLIARD Eve appointed T. 0.HOLMES our Gene at price with other e1tgwbI.and 1rP 22fTjttrt. L
V V every many articles in tlul, ; -. ) ,
: -SALOON. &c. r.il .ent.anc.I' Attorney, to settle any Dry Goods line lately received: A cnll i is Sblicited. spending the npst* ej my earning* in aN fltnry 1' Mtiirat!. (I a'e KPJ ni tstn It
ami all I business thc nime: ofPilmer&Ferris WM P. DEWEES. ; tempting to regain my health, and after readr- 'dI; thiui'& 1 4ji'Wc

: 1- To collect and receive all debts due the firm of May 18, 1850 f tf, irig irt dome papeV of your SnnwparlHiDfTrbscl- 'J1iiC.JJ&h.: Comudlcrarii L'Lil4 Ii'ti
P-ihner cp! Ferris, by Bond- Mortgage Note 5 ved to.try.it.IAfterusing8jbottlee-1 fo tiU it
SUBSCRIBER has just opcntd, oa BAVi r -i: Ei-l----,: t52itlti
.rflflF.: SrisuT North side one door from the otherwise; nlso.fur Darius Ferris deceased. w ii 'A G ; done me--jjreat pjqd nd .qalled !9ee,yPq$lit

ciracr i L 'of LIBBRTTT, street,, a RESTAURANT, fc All Ferris persons or Dariiis hiving Ferris demands deceased against will Palmer prefipnt -: your opce ; with your nd vice I kept pn, s and do btitr &. vriIrs lDE'Or9gfl. z2.tL.rt!

BOWLING ALLEY, anl BILLIARD fitted SALOON the R-imo to T-OV Holmes for payment, and 'severe ifltsdn tb Snjpjfld hhrp been ni 'I ,bpexe; (Allen&
been
The est.ibUsnment bis up entirely oil persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da blet.oattendito: :.my;, uwti.labon.C'fcrthWasr u4"
H mlll. C.usay.Wfoildi. dsdoiMc. j' ntiJCS4 FtIImtJ.
the of visuto n _
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an'I is reception r
new, open ritz Ferri sire r' uexted to call on T. 0.Holmesforicttlomentand .fourmontbsntI bopby K. HcriI.k,4l. ; ,
the usa.il hours. make payment. r HE UNDERSIGNED re-pectfuny'inform* -iil 'your Sr&iparUlT to contfnt1 zn' heilti.- stud I'enlersJ. in ;atonery5)i JjPtt

The with IlnrTTT the choicest liquors SARAH P. FERRIS, the Public that thejr:are the Lessees I tblI ?t nfl tLItiew M. Warlwell. Hardware, 241 Pt-itr14HPt; :
AS been supplied Adrh'x.of D.FERRIS dc this celebrated Spring, and would,respectfully; ; : QUMW. f 4j D'al&ZNttfrf
will
suit
JJL and bevi-rages to every delicacies palate, AVID PALMER. urge the afflicted to come and be healed. The; Orange, Esse.s CaiNig iAuff lSil J l&rtepfN4 / ;
The of
'be prepared'wUh despatch. Jacksonville, Jan. Ut 1850. tf virtue of the water is a u fixed fact'7-not ideal. J&s Eijg$ yntyK hl -
th/sc-won will be at all times supplied--Oys To those afflicted with RHEuMA'rIsStscito
; Qu1in'tybeingtiuiy sworn accorthngtolaw on
PGI lVt& orHarlwarj.&E')
Venison Steak? &c. uerved'atallbours Fi .
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ters, Partridges, FULA, DYSPEPSIA, and the Thousand ills: i L 4 .L.r-
In Circuit Court > ; C.ytuf.utt ( i lii at'r.strtrD1iII
notice.
the shortest !
aA-1 on which mortals areheirsto'w, 4wouIdXe5pect.; true,-according to the'bestcfajls kriowHiT e and. ( Y1Ih ?:

been Th iinporteJ Blllard expressly: TableHAS for the House' -Eastern Circuit of Florida. J S fully suggest,that they try its virtues, believing; .belief- 6* Xit|>i''& i
.l is of the most beautiful construe i:; In CJiaricerv from'nvmy: almost mirvculcus cures effected.by) Sworn and subicribed tpltf/QSf aejitOrangeJ( jlJin [ant&l.5)Viflam.tnet. -

witbair and India rubber cushions. i- S its use'; that they'also will' be Birailarjy benefi ;the'2d'ABustj4i47. crrtlfs Bf\LliWIK, f 3' -
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toe, S and EZnlU. | 4 T a term of the Circuit Court held at the ted. '" (RIY3' i:>uV zi: 4''nb1rfrni4reist
Tia OowliagPini* -
**A-BEalojusr.froui: the workman, audeverylL : Court House at Alligator, in and for the -Tbueekerofp1e su'e will her find ft delight m ... '- rP- Agptiwj 4l1hft t.
couuty of Columbia,on Tuesday tho 14th day of ful place to while ,time., ThejrTabI wil
/ convenience for the catertaiatu'ent, anti' away ): 5- r :L- --58 i- -- : : iu1u'rii
jeomfort g-jests'has.$ beeu provided. M.iy. vl. !>.. 1S50, prusent, the onTbos. Doug S be spread with the best of the land, and no exertion'on -; ffi t.f% i tf % fifi M SOO -

I cordially invite tbe publictoo.ill attm i las, Judge of s-tiil court., their part will b'ewanting to ,roVidej -1 Dst.TowNsviD. 'S BAR iAPARiLCA is a soyereirjr pii bs ;

*Bstabltstiment, awuriug them th.it J ilwllt KUAS KSIGUT, (or.the comfort and pleasure of visitors M ; arid spcedyteur foi FncipteW Atisttnjf.tfbTBuTJt{ balI1tbe

: >arA"no effort to contribute to thcii recreation, vs. H of Divoe. The surrounding country ia filled;wiih Deer'.: for the general, bf-hstem.n : profi ai-edivid d4tnnnItJ.,1lj

GEORGE SKIFF MARY .K1a1Ti and-Turkeys and tbe.Stiea. ns iththifinet ,, (:I1 if.e.lrs .- :
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Jacksonville! February 16 1S49. lySTORE Phiving been made to to the- of fish. Good' dogs and fish" ing.tackle will beatall" or causesj'proiiuc d by irreguljtrity; :jlluess to the parties..*Or* placed ut ihw P' "f lt PVa.
JL of the Court by-Affidavit appear thattheDe satisfaction times at.their service, /?. '** i jiii. M it'; w '-*- > I4I <" **w > *n B fcWfti' toffwfff;

jfendint resides Conveyances from:' JACKSON WLLEdirt ,Nohit C5-fl be tbiM! *ttIu1pItGtb ,u.insurd. *? II1aLtpr
Mury Knight the Urn
beyond '
to the 8PBING at all : jff .
timesrresldyr5 fe tl
QJjEAP itv of.t| otate of F3oila1an4 in, the Stats of; Board :.eut, $tnknnuuI. ,
Georgia: PD month -. $2OQOChil'lrenand onsajLweikwu'ind sutid'ty n
'.Aft Lc4wLth' Zki4 Uuil4iMg IS iris;.on motion of W.S M.Ires E Solicitor- S Servts,, :' 10,00 at once become rqtust anfui. otneryir.lrrtsInftitheS allnlWbL1n iUJIJ nI4tg1to 61EJ JbtLir u.;
q., Horses. mouth-, .. 1
: BAT STREET. ofsvid Complainant, ordered that' th said Defendin .per- :. iioo -tbe friwptl. ie pid wr.o
TflHE SUBSCBIBER would respect fully inJL riper, or dein'wr.to the! Complainant's Bill March :30,1850. :L;;! t gvea -3' __aij Iuttrt

:.. form the citizens of Jacksonville audsujroundiog Coaplaiut within four months, or the said Bill r : : JtIfl io'be. p ctd Kua i icaees o p 81 percent'-.... ,. -. r'I.
S country,-that he has opened,the.above rin l the matters therein contained willbe takea .- 5- t i : ; ; ; deieat a.naurtoezlutit" certicate otcures ---lnsrance on- tieUfe is tbe w lyfcrs ,

establishment with a Tiew.itO-sell goods ,atre as'confcseed. S TIlE following tracts of.valuable land,to wit- performed, fcut ye'cart nsstfre thVoftticted tbari

.sonable rates, belieiins that a."nimble penny is And k is further ordered that a'copy f this Low Tract,"/situated M tne tead"o hundred*Df caseiTbaveibipeft reported tt -1' "[ '!dh! : !

better than slow shilling. He Ins received qrdr.duJ certified!, be published in come Newspaper Indian Rigor, contnining' Five nric'dPed'ncrw a-'FcWrp J7if: Zg rtlIia.tese 8uhst -

and is constantly receiving, the most fubinn within the Eastern Circuit of Florida- more or also-rtheyMPabIo"Tract, %ifuiiejd! : 13y jmV K C fafc S "1 prudent man foei eth.hreTiI. uM-d' bJ4 .
Utwt style of Fancy and Stapl* Dry .once u week consecutively the period of four on Pablo Creek near the month of
.Goods, to witEnglsh :- t v s > jtaontha. S River, supposed to contain ,qve.r f p.Ifunrpd difficulties and hHvinij iipwn icHsels wfiere'yoir' b' Phon'eiTilNI7P -1 w"-

and American Prints; G-inghama ; ATIcOI1't.OXtWI t acres-including some finehammock and'n ,medicine_,-_-..- r has "effecteQ jrreflt curestl'and- nlsbt rates oftbe
tCh4m'bMy ; White and'Colored ilusliiia; A ;. 'Coln.nlnaCountyJ BS. > wall Tract cf Woodland In the.Vkimty'of; )the cconmendg4fpr.suqb; saiutfi&lfajtI Cc? C
c Embroidered Musljus; Linen-Lawns ; I. S I P. ScARjiwitdUGH, Clerk of the Oircnli Court TowriofJacnvnieii ritalhTng Tbirtrierei T rtVkf AVA/1 V A 4l* A MAMM Tt* J 'bad of IhonC

Bik Tissue and Birezu; L;G.Handkerchiefs more or less. iTerma low.t fl ot rsaztrflLs and'1fol1owe :tli.IrefIoEI "X 3 .
in and for said CountyJdoJ erecertifyytbat>be, ; 7e '* it- f lir- ,T.C -
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< SiU and Cotton Handkerchiefs-; above cohtalns vfnietcopylrpf tho order duly For farther:particulars apylj ftMe&Th si'sh rt podTt novhxom .S-----S-- pIT

I ''-' *totnOlesLislepanSi1k'anci; : Silk djy rniid and-entered of record on the above stated I- .CIIARLES. P.cQOPEIL45' t&TeC: 5M
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) .- 1 White and Colored Hose; : .< :. -.- ", case..v.S .-. ; *''' -: *' (:' ; '" Ag t.and-AUy. Tortl grateful fo the' bfcM t ,- 4zxq -

iuiMIosei, .. '
S v K -j is 'WItnessuiyban4andtheea : ,
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.- 4,5, Brown Shir tings and Sheetings, ; ,- i: .'.-. .'S'' [*KAL.J of snid Court; ,:this 30th'day 0 r,1ay'I85o : JackaonillehJulyB. Lp; mendiflitfo't1i4nblte/ 1V J-uj ;:;
: JJleacbed- Hl ** >*>, isX r >.r: 'V.-8 r-.j-1 ; ; /" : *D/MOORB, cor.CJiisJErtractiJfarsflj./ _
S 1rihtLinesI3Ukti3TAtS Cobre'ido. S -EA IS1ANtrc.p'rUIN 'Albihkit 4AD::
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; '.5 V S/SCARBOROUGM CLZZL _
T.ible Daiaisks; Scotch.Diaper; June 1850. ',4m* fflHE- 'subrnberatIII continues% the monnfacp 2O-MO HBRSMNL-M4flRJflhiE TAE >*
Swiss and Cambric; Moalins; vA -'. >- -- '>" -"' JL 'turins of tbe latest improved h biler Horse- T .?W| *A- St .t1'i WASBINGtONrP. f fS
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S BiTed-do : Striped do.; -' IN CIRCUIT IJ.OURT FOR- flU VIJJ COUNTY 1LSTERN Gins,doubl* and single,at-bis ustiM cr'isready ly prepare .in.ri erenKo l I -k _- _> v -iiUs* S

.5 r Witeti Colored JJerlih1 Cords\ mCU1TO? FLORIDA. .to fiU.all orders at she sboptestntiJ raale.who bntreas.o'n tff supp}se she IatftN 1

Jri ming ,"ofjeverydescriptioaf! J. JL .. .t 1i-' ..:t Tbey.,wn be teen at;all tAkentsr jjthoblJowing; projwbing tbat cTitfsalperloi tbe tTOofllf tshopld.beglect :; iii1 an'tTh Ient *tt tk. Eohdwte
,t< ologrirFrench'Extr3cti:: } ;
fr c PearVyilt.'anil Bone Buttons; ii&jswrpvr STWnCo Thom-.o".;'. v. UoLmes i t-: Vi11alonga4eosta. Centi'vtlle, ii; ;Qpt.Bythewo4 .- th jjjS .
4 VmnI( Lee's Spool XJottoa- iai 0 &i r ;B1fl (or F cclo B Bestuf i SOTh.T.?' .

4: MLcrlntANn ;. hs ; Blanchard & 4.*) %& S Charleston S. C .George Lm. !! e QtUe.Th1seioa.mny be deiy$ dj'o?
; .: -xrgGLmjsiTtd E4IgIDgj Ib T.Jxathg bee n ioaile to/appear! -by affidatlt'to "E. W. rmif."CT..__!>'OcnI3f '
; With every.'yarietyrof I tho Judge of*aid Court; that .Emory Bider I-, 4lI-- -- -- ALSn wbobrekpproflebhlgQlsOoI

Jry'fia6'itffil6rePersons wishing purchase, t'thdeiendRntifin in 4baboveeiatitl..e as hi
h B w- wviv -
will dav4rellita callJtnd examine themselves. 3of SabscHber r ernte rntes. Pe5j Qiilhg- rat : ijvr/ffi f jHfjflw tv r it t w* vs jjsi

( NeW ..5It1tJ Gins,oc Gins repaired, wilit! >ltflSttlifttf*$) sstem; Indeed tbIse<hiiIid'dhiMdf3T
.April50th.l850 7giz Defendant all the diseasea
) geO'jtO to wiehomnne subJ ftJt
t >EJno BdecAioJappB& ;ani1 answer the emid bill ; -fl'U2v'KyikJ2iirA ir-AS** >niiJe| DWtv., .
I vt'r. f { iTitbiafour mot.the.Piherwifl8the) ar.t; ft tgua 3 ; 9 !'q :; 'JPuibePdh8 S
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HE subscnbfr. ., wishing. to dispose jrfbitf
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