The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: August 30, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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 - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00017
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FIiTCflS3SfSTTrUTE, FLORIDA PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR : ; J'ftPI1IettfJldJebjsfl ot''' .: -fj," -this"- offer has been of be' withdrawn this .
'ro1 'wn .by a place 1. and evening at a
Tbe o {Jitt1e"IoDg ban M i -
'Ii .too.\'TERENCE. : th ragi the present self.--
a.D Catholics have lately
K i aAt' words are by Charles Jeffreys. -" '
i fatUttig of-.the Board if Trustees, Thos'McMp.ckiw.'g(PhJ+hi'jfod ur >Sfli nrjbooM'w
a Ut .Yen. are going far away, :m .
held iD..THeWrrt the regnUtionw ca*' g.bywhichl : .
e, following Far a way from poor Jeannette, C. From:
4opto4 ttt MM government of Mid Institu There is no one left to love me now. t a resort In-vallds seirkepublic 'WfDlIP ,
tiOR Th to const of one term, ., ..rca.' t0 :
i eheUaie year And yon; too, may forget; / hooae, ali
.f Un months,*'ndcloM the first Thursday in IteMabtr But my.heart win be with yon, [We glay prompljy make room. in As:these chefs came out B

ef e c Wherever you may for the tingoished .
., goCanyouleoksnejntheface ou'mos. cpaert inissi 'i4'I

t1T or Tcrnos. ELECTION.OF STATE SENATORS. And say the same, Jeannot, 1 following article, :hch)'e ts ,may be.the the day.not for be the I *\ ',=.'. .,' ..'II..

obogprethg' :1. ri.ting an I arithmeticir A vacancy having occurred in the office of AVhen you wear the jacket red, means of inviting many an invalid"to a region may bnef 1f.o .t:7
State Senator is the Senatorial account of
Eighth And the beautiful
,with English grammar: cockade however has xeeesgy.
torn, $18 l'-thboT District, the death of Hon.James H. T.Lor Oh healA ad Ep..A.C.] We have
.e4 ge.grt.y $ ; the sboe with the highei by I fear yon will forget cror. no regoa to prepare thvway
branches ot'. 'J'h" edaeation, embracing nat liner and in the thirteenth Senatorial District,by All the promise you made- spirits who
the of lion. Louis Aldrich It 1intby as are 9D:1heir.r.
resignation : with the shoulder
aral mental P4.llt.rr.ge010gy.! ral phioeophy bookkeeingand rhetoric! 10'bot&ll7. Ordered, That an election be field in said Districts And the gun bay'net upon by your your ride Edio oftheModd American Con : m measure, "Betook tea with:'o*' mad
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political eooioty 8'30 the above, with la- on Monday, the first day of October next, You'll be taking some proud lady MT Dzia SIE-In.the been, s seldom i ell. He'has left for tin.
Autumn of
'Gvqek'aIebra to fill said vacancies. And be making her bride. 1847, know them: retard 'will
tin, French, geometry, mensura your to He soo
tion, *4., $8fJ* oynsic on piano extra. $40;j Given under my hand, and the seal the Il heath ofamember of my family drove ally a oie T : j Wheeler;' ,-?.
of piano, of the State of Florida at theSEAL. Or when glory leads the way iYou'll me and friends in New York *
extra use
drawing and -pagatiiig, $25; a .
term, $4': :fc good, term, $1. One hall [ .] Capitol in the city of Tallahassee, be madly rushing on, free fronT the rigors of t a Baptist. Church- That
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per ; per lttude tt.: 'O. .L
this 26th of June our'Norher ]
A. D. 1819 Never
the tuition to t'pgld in advance the other half day thinking they kill you Chrott ab intQtJt
Lb. Ant ofJUI I and 73d year of American Indepen- That my happiness is gone; /* winter. Anxiou. ( not iconsitent wit e 1 D workin' T :
5'i r. dence. If yon win fh. .1-yy f.T'E.yo, .j the flhifd J ---!: ):: U1 t !i ..'
BOAkkfOF INSTRUCTION. W. D. MOSELEY. A General youTI he; the boundaries of the United States, where by )young T .
t"J t"* Attest: A. E. MAXWELL, Though I'm proud to think of that could hear regularity and frequency having the i r-
Mr. WniiaBi Hut, principal of male department Secretary of State. July 12-td What will become of me; From home, wth' surrounded by of a ; The "
own ness
ad my Archbishop*
; Rev. Gt'iJC. Jlallett, assistant of male Oh, if I were Queen of France He
department} H. Luckey, principal of .EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, Or still better, Pope of Rome countrymen, I fixed upon Florida as my des it and brver Komish Church are" ">H
female !fU''i' Mary Ann Potter, as. Tallahassee June 26, 1S19. I would have no fighting men abroad, tnaton in preference,to either the Wes There' many : France,, and confirmed
Utant of Board may be pb- GEITEEAL ORDERS.] No weeping maids at home; IDdes Beruda or Madeira Islands al age'of Sam take the oath pi allegiance
.' ta ned in pri 'lie. in the village, washingand All the world should be at peace
Election ia hereby ordered to be held in more general resorts, perSons qualities to'the o e taking pomeasoD of
light incited from 8 to 10 dollars per AN Or if Kings must show their might,
Bonth. The' ,:ff Trustees have, in course First Division of the Florida Militia,on Why let them who make the quarrels similarly situated to myself. Having We believe now : !|Bishop nominates vir
erection,two'nrij houses, with two rooms in the first Monday in October next, at the places Be the only men to fight. pas two winters there, I wish 'through tat the appointments are made
each, large od oo m dioua, and will be able to appointed by law for the election of county officers jrour to make public a few observa- J public Instruction 'and .

accommodate, ctw&rtably, 150 students. The for a Major General to command said Division Mr. Walker and Little Job respecting its and as and stte ht of reinoTa i| not claim
the 1st February to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation tons clmat adaptation Pea '
houses will be coir.p5f.ted by day
for the I.r-
of Gen. Wm. Bailey. understoodthat by State. 4'r? .
the becaus
ext. The Tletfch"r Institute is under control s -
of the Florid*Conference of the M.E church, And an election is herebY ordered to be held in The Washington Republic says:, "Duringthe found that knowledge on the subject is not are now in a 1 The Archbishop.of
located half mile from Thomas- the Second Division of the Florida Militia, on the reign of the late immaculate administration by it to be that
oath, and c te any means a general as ought ry on a vigorous < ; nearly sam.a year,
Ga. From healthiness of the first Monday of October next, at the places appointed there was a landsman, a clerk in .
ville proverbial young and because I feel assured that thereby I The old men's $%000, and Bishop
law for the election of officers
by county
place and the vcellfknown ability and raccesss, the TreasuryDepartment, by the name of contribute to the relief and comfort of have them be
teaching of the Board of Instruction for a Major General to command said division, to may not been happens tq car
M experienced ktlected by the Trustees, we hope to share fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of BROWN-quite a pet of the late Secretary some of that large number of unfortunates to who have : $ ,OOO in addition. The

literal patronage flam abroad.H. Gen. James G.Cooper. WALKER. After the result of the late Pres whose weak lungs our winters are 8 fatal. last war. gown i ,and Canons
Officers commanding Brigades.Regiments.Battalions identa election 3" known, it became de.sirble I feel confident that desire will be eutives $800 those of Curates
my responded to a ,
W. SLam, I P. P. SMITH Pres.BOAfDfF and companies within the State,are hereby for
required to carry into effect tote order within to provide permanently young to on your part by the publication of this :apitulaton: of A retired Curate was
TRUSTEES. tho limits of their respective commands, and make What was to be done Mr. WALKER communication. but aravage The total cost of

returns according to law.W. naturally looked to his favorite asylum Departing early in October, I would re- bave the tales of Jic Clergy.'in. France is
REv P. P.'fejHTH, President. D. MOSELEY.July for distressed friends the marine
: of a'month weeks 900 francs for the
5V1 a stay or fiX atChrleson subject of lament yea?
REV. H. !; ,SHARPE Sect. 12-td He could draw a much money as he pleased and Savannah, the climate of eith a spirit of I : ." _

WM.T PoipTR JH Esq., Treas. Guardian's Sale. for the revenue service from his colectors tem.t thi season of the year, being :ouJd only be ; Protestant Ministers way

REV R. : LUCKEY. virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of before it went into the Treasur" provision objects of your journey. jrgies and the according to the nnmbe.
REV; \Vj; W. GRIFFIN.' BY Duval County I will expose at public sale was to be made Laving Savannah by tne steamboat, you mnciations. whole expense of the.

REV';0. ;.'lbLLETT.REV and sell in front of the Court House in said county for young BROWN. and St. Mary's, Gathe latter lation have at for 1846, amounted. *uj
IsJi POTTER. ,on Monday, the sixth day of August next, all "Forthwith this had -
treasury cerk"ho being> a healthy where "a 'few days 'ul and :'
JAM KRSEY the interest of Norman M. Ices, a minor, in and place activity,
Esq. to a tract of land in said county, known as "Ilan never smelled salt water, ,v me third may be passed Very soon been will counts eight great Rabi
Capt:* tJiisi;' BIRD, Sen. iard's Bluff. EDWARD It. WES,, lieutenant in the revenue service. this after leaving St.veraeebly. at Jacksonville she more. > ts tq abo t n ,OCq

IJ-: The coor) ; will open the first Monday in June 21-tds. Guardian. was not enough. He was detailed on special the first settlement you reach in Florida cy: but we much. ,'.' '

February. { ?. duty, and made bearer of important des ; it is a fine town on the shore,of the St. of rapacity and of (Roman)"Cathot

Circuit Court-Eastern Circuit. patches to Captain FRAZER, of the revenue John's short distance from its entrance in us anew. about 42,000 comprising

BRITISH PERIODICAL LITEBATURE. The State of Florida, Machua County. service, then pn his way to California. So t ocean. It is growing veryrapidly HOLATTZR :bishops,176 vicars-gener*

. Gregory Yale, complainant,) Bill for the specificperformance young BROWN received an order on the collector and its export of lumber,' which is acknowledged ; clrate.u4: 28,501
VAUUBLE PREMIUMS I, TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS! vs. of a of New York for an advance of three already very large, is annually increaing.Here of age. He called'tttcntno/churches

Subscribe Jarly while the terms are low! John H.Lewis and wife,and written contract, months pay-for an avanc of six hundred I recommend you to take up your resi- heretofore has theological students, 24*

defendants.Thos. B. Jewett and wife,J other injunction,relief., and dollars, on account expenss and a deuce for a time; it possesses the advantages Ie is the nephew :of monks belonging
i settlement of the second pay of excellent of and of Trappists Carthusians
physicians religious
RfiPUBLICATION places llicanopy,
OFT T been made to to the satisfaction
having -
I appear his family, and off he started the and St. Snlpice
of the Court by the affidavit of the com upon a worship for all the principal denominations; i much regarded nes.
i LOKDON QCARTERLT REVIEW, plainant the above entitled cause,that the said bearer of .important despatches to Capt. and the inhabitants are agreeable and hostitable everglades of other persuasions,there

TIlE ElI '..SH REVIEW, defendants reside out of the circuit aforesaid,and FRAZER. forming a small but pleasant society. and has not been and some 250 I theran*,

THE Noi IITH IJaiTisH REVIEW, that the said John H.Lewis and wife reside in the "But the despatches-ay, the despatches! The river which skir. it, and the forests lary since, .im9fthe.church
State of Alabama that the said Thomas B.
REVIEW -what were the despatches which he was birdsof .t' bureau comprising s
TUEV2TMI1STER Jewett and wife reside in the State of Connecticut which adjoin it, with fish and Tampa. We do ,
ANDBLICTCWOCD'S : therefore on motion of the said complainant, sent with after the old salt, Captain FB.AB.1 numerous varietiesafiording amusement ben distin ; b rdinates acting undef
by William A. Forward and Samuel L. Bnrritt, They cnveye the information desertions to those who have a taste for' shooting or avoided t&e Ministry.' These 57 ( 1

,. KDIKBURCH' MAGAZINE. esqs.,his solicitors, it.is ordered that notice of the' were taking place at San Francisco fishing, while those who prefer it, can He ; for the np6t part sus-
pendency of tnis suit be published in a newspaper. -and that young BROWN was to ascertain their time in other 'aS tex. Harney's\a tdigiously ipdinsd. :we
in the circuit aforesaid for the of sin- ;
'The above !,eriud.aIs are reprinted in New (four printed months, requiring the said defendants) space to..ap 'how and why they took'place, and to communicate which the afr. When yon feel desirous ye know 1ate with the cat*, W tt& I

York immediately o ,tbeir arrival by the British pear and answer the said bill,or in default thereofthe the facts with his advice- in the of a change you will again air; but by not Although the 'omaerkaj

Uamers, in a beantinl clear type, on fine white same, and all the matters and things therein premises to Captain FBZE Now next to embark on the steamer sn, proceeding a few life was spared : ol the Romaa.Cadaoc
paper, and are fiulhQil copies of the originals, will be taken as confessed against them, for the law adviser *
alleged Commodore PERRY bays
taking is yet they
Bl&ekwood'.1gad e being an exact fac-simile aid decree rendered accordingly. miles up the river, (and, bye the bye, it he life Tgreat
.f the Edinbc$gh edition. They embrace the Given a under my hand, at Pilatk,in the circuit i Judge MASON, we think musLeland \e of the noble"rivers of'our country'yon [%m pa.TUs' : the first revolation.,
views of the thi arties in England--Tory the selection of BROWN for this of number of e -1e
e griat t aforesaid,this 2Uth day of April A. D. 1849. young special again landed at PicoJat consisting of peace, and be
Whig, audi adflaI. "Blackwood" and the THO. DOUGLAS, and peculiar service. Captain FRAZER one or two wharf. a ;i 14,000 ,4iIJrlI; ,
-London Qnar tly are Tory; the "EdinburghVeatmineter that Mr. BROWN should be shes sutr ; 'iand theirannual rare
Review" Whi{! 'nd)ie "\ Review" Judge, fyc. fyc. hardly require Here you \ an apology for a stagecoach les
Radical. The 'i ofia British Review" is more I, Robert Yonngblood, clerk of the Circuit sent all way from Washington to find with four horses, (forgive me for cUing is very perty, amounted to 72,*

.f a religions ( !arar'4r, having been originally Court for the counties of Alachua and Levy, do out for him that the sailors left their ships them so,)in readiness to take you to St. ed upon by the jihe tithe to 70,000,000
edited by Dr. C iiloj*!<; and now, since hi deat, hereby certify that the foregoing order ill a correct because they found themselves in the neigh- Augustine, a distance of 18 miles through a jam Jones Iof 142,000,000 francs,
feeing conduct. *--5is IOn-in.law. Dr. Hanna, copy of an order made and now on file in my of the gold and that they it is than Tegular pritsta baa ia
associated Brewster. Its literary.b&ract.er office. borho mines pine barren; a you proceed, more ;iubtlety.AREPIKA.
with14rivid 1i t highest order. In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand is well kno\V t Commoor PERRY probable you will. disturb a few deer. and or .df monks and GUS baa

,. and seal of office, thi 23th day of April, A. D. and other salt water'uris process ,wild turkeys they are very abundant. is 95 years old.' ojost% be remembered that
PRICES (It StfttCRIBED FOR EARLY.) !. ROBERT YOUNGBLOOD, Clerk. of taking leg-bail. yet forsooth, all Wer not jhat a St. Augustine possessesso iverglades he %& from the State do not

For any one 1f: 4,reviews, $3 per annnm; May 3.-.-1m the way to California young BROWN must many attractions for the traveller, and six; miles from "it"1'% i about'half of die in

for any two, tiT$ d' ;for any three, seven dol- EO; to pick up this information for Captain that after arriving there you pass your times feief occupation .J Catholic clergy, as

Ian; for all fonrfilaokwood's ,f reviews, eight dollars for LAST NOTICE FRAZER, whom he overtook at Rio de Janeiro, pleasantly, walking daily on wall _son at Fort ,.nsa sum for marriage**
M .;, three dollars for Black- te'sea
wood and three dollars; for Black- TO ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS and who has been doubtless highly and visiting the. fort a many 1833, he w $ $ dead, and Tanoqa
tit'tnine old.Spnish
wood and the fu r :, dollars per annum. DER THE ARMED OCCUPATION the Interior I deeply edified by.his interesting communications relics and rIS in this, the most ted' t;.
of ,
ACT-The undersigned. Agent
rtt! in all in advance. the on the subject of desertions. ancient of Americans towns-viewing the pressed his -.
Payments to : t cases will attend at the following places, on days
specified below,to take and receive proof by depositions "After BROWN had made himself familiar boundless ocean, listening to the endlessroar ore starting, ..: him.rest, Tbeatv
I Uri lnts. before him in relation to the settlement with this interesting subject he was at liberty of the breakers, enjoying its breeze, inreservedly d %}L hand is against tteryad

Consisting of .' mcs of the following va- and occupation of all persons who obtained permits to pie to Oreg n, but with the especial tempered by the rays of southern sun-and Arkanss. In r): M.S&46C egeend

loable works, vitropolitan IBe"l.ieiy'. Miscellany;the Me- under the act of Con grew entitled and settlementof "An act understanding that he was to. expect though by no means least, having- other 9t iJut. 'j ,. .
for the armed occupation
last te
to :
M .*<;' ie Dublin University Ma- provide from the which : of a leing .sTh
p ; the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida, nothing on tat'sr Gverent with its charming society, the.young .

ratine; Black,the,}' .,.' agaiine Quarterly; the,and London the West-, thedinburgh approved 4th August and who were occupants except his pay, his passage money, hs 'ac cannot be surpassed for refinement or hositality rari'he also ; t .
minster Reviewi! one Hubscribtog to Blackwood under that act and the act amendatory thereof tual expenses and 'incidental charges! Thisis ,-were it not, I say, for all thIs; do by the u's of -

or to ontj ;the Reviews, at 3 dollars a approved under June said 15th act,,1344 and and did not who voluntarily settled orOCCUpied giving a shrewd man a pretty wide! roar- not undertake the tedious ride from June 1836, he : of'S... .. .

year, or to any 84 "f lh periodicals at 5 dollars, relinquish or abandon the same, but continued to gin. 'Incidental charges!' Why we knowa to St. Augustine. Such stages, such horses! battle of r OZO..E LIPPA3. .
will receive gratis, oak volume of any of the premiums reside on said frontier south of the line dividing man, and a pretty'great man' too, who has -they must be seen to be appreiatd"J I te him from Quaker City! .
above caned.,. A subscriber to any three Townships number nine and ten, south and east of made an enormous fortune out of the Government account for their by veDte in .the '
.f the 7:dollars a year or to the 4 act of 1842 thereby can only tve part ]tilling eyea t
in the
the base line specified in this mere matter' 'incidental the inhabitants 'fear that all
that at
nY fill receive TWO premium to effect the objects of said act,vis: opposition, enc was ifci,above which 1eaa.
periodieali; A abcriber to Blackwood aiding At fewnansville, Alachua county, on.Monday, char es.' :mprovement would cause an irruption of ttack, sent out & in; from a tvio31. t
.ad P Collars a or to the this out of the the ancient .
year 7th May.,. "But none of ce rankees'who would destroy egulated the. ; i -
4 $ ktrood f olatncs.PItatt at.10 dollars will receive At St. Au ustine.;,'St.John's county on Tuesday Treasury, indee. N money much money pearance and the quiet city. _In !ap ted with him '_.-!

;15th May.At that Mr \ expended on the revenue town I took up my head quarters, and when We t t! rolling ua.
e eyes
22d et
,_ be'ttmt rtdzr tn ,samng thtpremimltcribed l Pilatka Putnam county on Tuesday, service came out of the Treur. He fingered thee I was very particular to notice the penliaritie's an in the nation pf ala .
desired ClAd 1Lki for. May. gas
At Mellonvflle. Orange county on' Tuesday, it before it got int Ter and of climate, will give the bbttonTof the t !U ,

." tJ BBING. May. hence it was that the service grown s you the temperature'for the winters of '47, ASSINWAR. : e ? hissed the iuuiittSM

Four copies of'any ir :U of the above works At Ocala Marion .county, on Monday, 18th monstrously, and had become,such a burdento '48 and '49. My record was made at 7 A.M. so close that we r s tlenched teeth, tab

win be sent to one ad&es on payment of the reg- June.At Lake Lindsay,Benton county on Monday, the country that Mr MUEIT was com ., 3 P. M. and 7P. M., and exhibits ,the about sixty ) Tj.l; a white bd

*subscription for th'ree--tL. fourth copy being 23th June. .. pele for the mere lack of means, to make followings the, average.temperature from a smart and '

ptia. : ': ,i'v3l '&t where the above At Fort Fanning, .Levy county,on Monday 9th very larg.reduction in 'it. Among thevictims Nov.' 1 to May.li in: 47,and '48: ,In the ubtle. He, 4j in that Quit CJtyV
."No given .
July. was BROWN. 55-afternoon 70--evening, 61.- the
young morning, < support that WtOU
tEotoanct prtf1li' to'flubi,nor will premiums islury on Monday, supps ; ; gas lig \ ,
county .
ease .
JlUd *ftUl to ttif jntAKAen, without recourse toaacrpt. 3OtbJuy.At. Key West, Monroe county on Monday- ;' was set gt in 'Califoria' wit"rok'in of the day the leverage was 53, 69,,72, hem. This & Tartar II f1 "

13th August. both pkt and a fair cb atte gl.d Fahrenheit. This,:you wi perceive, is' a lowder and lead hi ara been ssd&1ent
ntT COPIES. At Miami, Dade county. on Monday 20th' Angust. mines Uncle Sam'had to pay desirable temperature:; The..c1imat of I sfaction. He p 1 id the p&a4its.of th*
'nnlv of iust like it, ver. and the neighboring places(on- rill mach
U nn case a thousn I give of the baiters*, backs.
Monday3d -'J Jacksnvie % .
arran' 'British publishers St. Lucio eounty on
A late men with the At Fort Pierce uncle "to suf similar. From Not. ,
which i wa upon is
OfB1a.ckwoocl'. auineFeetlres to us early sheets -September .- in i our caled very :hlainga Of illi J
Clr that work,,'bj whith We shall be able to place All persons interested and who have not already fer'during. the last four years. v* 1'tv! May,,], ;the weather i is almost ..uninteruptedly ,ReU ;teeft barled iato on*.
the entire nnmMr ic the bands oflU oIeribers before made their proof, are requested to have their.witnes5es "We shall have occasion to'reur t-this ) pleasant. My'.record shows'that ) : rc upon\he rtpottt

any portion|of is can be reprinted in any of ready and come' prepared prove their subject Young BROWN'S story is six mont in.?48 ad'49;there ;PROGRESS J> $itoald; hot have feel
the American j nrnclb ;For this and other ad" cases fully. :ettler on lands heretofore'nnsur- agin. is not peculiar. There durinithes 'Jt' at,'all. Journals ..Frekn
to identify striking, ; r ,. dysn! gUsh ;the door
vantages Becore4 tour rabscribers, we pay enlarge veyed will n w have -opportunity .,
sort. And we beefs;venison, pout- r;
of ,
a eoiusSder toB. Itbn* we may be compelledto eir landJI. ., some;more let the same "?he market a good icms)of the seDtentei
raise the price .f Uie Mairatine. Therefore werepeat HUGH ARCHER, hope that" Locofoco' clerks who still try, wi"4\ turkeys and8Ibds of many peculiarly.' .. i-

"lubtcriLt tarty white hi price it law!" Agent. of. the Interior.' crowd the Treasury Depent standingbetween -." ,', "attention, The:.Churches j4.-- -;-- .

Remittances and ti-temunieatioas should be al- June 2S 1849. :the'people : furnish can,be prc1qceallseasons-; i. ,- two thousand .LLATrn.' ,. ., .

ways addrtaMd x t laM or franked to the pub- May 3tlOct.II the particulars'of all'such cases for the or I fear, mydaMr.-tr ,have already river, in South' ; |I" Wn. U'Oeu-n. _
Jshars SCOTT & CO.
LEOiJtD 'street, New \,ork..N Notice. t< position qiria .... reepassed to Gve : : &!fPth..da101'Ju
: months after date, we will,apply to the' will, therefore, sum up a briefly a poble tianity ia the .It-- orphan mhisIn.M7
SIX of Probate of Nassau county for a final THE SLAVE TADE.The Liverpool Tits only adding, that from' Picolata te"stea- stantly.iDcre $ ;ibe .tart .

TICE-nelt' ip heretofore'tJ- acquittance on the'"Estate' ,of James Sapp. .,"' c'd"IateoCsaldcount of the"7th July contains fepbrt of the boatproceeds still higher 'op. river to secutions. mety dear. fritM of
subscribers under the ,.' \ ; ; Committee appointed by thellouseof'Com- thence .to.Enter- .
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1rm Coy is .this day.FLETCHER. FELIX:GUIGER.,Adm'r.'" of the to steeBt ,
.4j1.1oa.. by mntuali444eM. ANN SA.PP, Adm'x. !' moos, being in continuation inquiry Britain >rise, a t1bea Monroe, a fine the American" JiTerairy Of thai_
:nieans'whieh Great !
LEt considerthe.fcest pcepossessther
ev COLBY, sheet .. the Dutch' t.2thtts at that pttiof
EnrlDu. Feb. 8-m.-. can adopt for the final extinction o the slave peculiar"attn'and i by ,.lsing' tem lettet says:, : iiitzbtM hial0is5i'I $

.(ttI York, 1848.: ,Notice. trade.,The result of inquiry is, 'tha.ta long rbu ar"erbled tme 3- .'!0ur new ; \tU tlf, "
4 ,IE undersigned having been appointed U. and large experience of attempts t the oterNI i han heavily upon your services are p e & & thi'LnteImttttr ef

CI *. YLAR. 1. S.Agent fur_the protection of Timber upon the slave Vnaval. for lea t .L hands that diversion of ing and :; j ., tha .iti ., .ht
I ,. the Government lands in the'Atlantic.District of conclusion that to put dow tre by'suenmeans I mind and bOdL17'eXttcise Which are s necessary twice a week,'a I *' *I tJ bin'tte* Mb
Tbe.wbecribfcr A-jfwrtfully announces to hUCriads East Florida, hereby cautions all persons, from is impracticable'' O the repor re to'aid the recovery* of the: invalid.; I ",; -.' I UDitd SWd iI1M
he E. D. TRACY.
and tbpallie.that wiUcontinue the trespassing OB tb8lla.m.' "Great Brit : that .in all the "
eline-of th4Vuta B OkII&U410 ana lTaLtSlOn 'May 17-tf.. ,. ';, : > :*, cmends'ta liT r ha almost forgotten to say, Xleilgloa : mille anited all
respect boarding
> nmt'N< t 1 ssa*' street wbich hall l ,toS t atr enggemets'l place I have ineatione&.hotels and $'. A 1ttt6rfoDGN

Waparsaadbyth lit.Arm.added, Harms towhichUhli been rer- . Administrator''JS'ott e.t: <*. ;: t this ofmntringa' houses.can be,fqurid where comfortable'. CAtrottul; fr} La Rochdo11
Urlybredtothebiawwi, .who
is hereby gives, that after the ex- blockaingflsuarn' accommodations may be o'tmed' at reason Those I hli*. 1a1.a
zpen aM in the J4 ; In .
meet, Jae feels confi advamtagexju terms. The primary ob- apply to the Judge -of the court'of Probates for antboritics..Jfhe.conunitteeentertaifl;; those interest d.in :: to Florida a walls and gates .iII ,Socw l.
.j: 'tkit .u.1IUaJUuel will be the publication Imvml county of the ta be.Estate discharged of John from B. Christopher my admin- hope that a suppression.may be effected by a resort for in! .Jwpe.ofalleviating'the quiries: are for n ..

eel. FeIio31l4kespeei&liy mob as are istratcnhip deceawd. '.LEWIS CaRISrOp .. pacific'means the" mproveen ald.;civilizatlonrof Jd.Ic of ,a.fewfzflj': : of the worldly) ; M,UaJ .'dA
denomination. A
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iMMrtai adapU4 M SabVufc,'school book win b* kept, Adm'J'OUne Estate of John B.christopher;de 'd. the .yes., x jsTHE felloW who are compelled Id wader ,manifold. oa I ..n 1
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-asa 19 this departBHUt: mach aUentioB. willM fALo? IzLaapFebrury81849.4xn' / The.Washing:. -' about in rh'of that inetm if good } Y'' i'a P' .

A'44. If.OLathboJs- wishing replenish. .' Notice PURCHASE' CCBA.- blessingshealth.Thostwho: bye wltea ing a''thousand ,
1 11.tit to;puss* new ones, wiD for < Administrator a ton' ItheV1BostbnAa,1 y the suffering*of, more nand. to" 1' J -
::.r4their TnMA I. J1 of such books a*they. i:LL persons indebted to the Estate of Thomas it will bi ponaeDt' duty of the'new ,' sed,as I bye "Death sc ancbnsumption pious man as ..
n,4ybae. !ortoJrs win reoeiv*prompt ateaMoa > .tS'B. .Fitipatrick Ja&e:of Oelombia. CoantyJ. $ .who >
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.a ios, nL th* M will be carefnllyttade.tool deceased are hereby,required to make immediate ister to MaraGen.iBnP; > fehostly'fonnf: : tWili ipprectal forgetting the- ,'11Ii IPT-
,eiJia.w1I bftkepxf .* end blank book, and payment to the subscribers;and all persons having' csa, to procure a ,the sympattif I feel l tot''all'afflictedmthis crowd in with $' ia E1-:

et'7tie'y', ; sermon marBootT demands against said Estate aN requested to preBentthe duties. to whklv.the.proaace of.theUnited .I' manner. I could not withhold anything .1 .0 ,., ,b .Br I -..
f' imporUdBberal same wit the timeprworibed when imported into Cuba, .
briar, States .theit'4ecov- tomm : d U $
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{ claim or a lom ii" bot, : .' ror admncrs malict FLO1tJAtiPUflLICAt=- ..tJ :-: rv'joN'' caY;(!""'OOAir*. : .'ooL.'j le :ibat.be was tp7 }nt n ct ntte.pr rs o.tois; teZisduIy receivedj. any degree arrn"* liable J for the etml _

to tbe State'of, V.irgi ; which bro 1 ht him' =-. "- : T *lr ?. H. : the his employers t con ine in th M an papers.,.
: \ 't .
f.; :;:=:::; r benefijpf .
into conlatt with the p4bhC men of that state \ Tliursil yjAugtht8O 949 : f Benton fidecUres-kitiat: | *thet'paabouUhCWilmoKBrovisaCl ,1. wbatfnWdreds.jiinder tKipast'Administration JVsthe, matteVnowstafld31LwOUid seen wh! men i aethe. rt send in tb, _____
4 and procured for him tLe acqnaintance and !, .! 'ii ctyJaboti: ground, : to iQolv pestionf,,Iaw.audpossibly, ,mails, and whihfl'! One has" power to. _
\, personat frendship ,4 Patrick Hcnry.- I would have been-doom a ,jurisdiction pre vent. ,!, :L .
ze \V received the full, proceedings of I goaf t.woof1-that slaver"i the new territories coufict prop"JoLtstled I eli ..
1 c'd tribunals. am
1784-5, acquired (jproe.large tracts of land tQ decapitation! No man sooner than by legal :tor hambtesn'f
1 Western, \1rgi iaJ-; .. which,. with ,the the enthusiastic meeting held in St. Aupus is a thing as utterly'lihpossible a. the. pilbt of theUniom.could,BingleQU l been.referred to the Attorney General of the'< 'j 1 I;;: : ;
t grey ;
moderate patrimony Vrlnch lie had then received tin in''Mganl'tb tliV Indian,difficulties,., bu t the gmsvth"' f wool'upon'*'a'.''goat's lbsck._ : this offence. 'United'Stts trha vrilt'communicate to you To TUOM1. 1 fr'e
: a'hfcatomb .
A he detmnedtttake; .. his taken ,and toepiate Culd ,proper to be taken on the subjec.I -
; p perniatoo| late, we regret,.for insertion lit this week's Therefore: extreme positions I cours .TRoOI4i '
dent residence.. Disturbances the In- the"cJumnof that press'.speak forhiddei I I am.Sir.ve'ry; ; respectfully, J.
fl I Ii dan and other; cincivnsiances among, compellei paper.. They will appear in our next. ,, threats.made by the South' _on .the question words, the mene .tekel-would have been long Your humble servant, Another comp4iy (I24Akry! ) of-IL __

0 I him't t1xa6ri tte project, and in 1786 he TUB COVKIISMENT AND THE IX. arefbe acme of folly, a it can.gain nothing, ago wriUej ;agamst.he' .Burkea and: r COUUMIR: Postmaster General. S. troops, left e\o Barracks, &na ___

purchased a plafie; ana;: settled in Fayette DIAK8.. Wilmof Proviso or ioWi1motPrOvis: He;' guilty officials! who have lubricated otler, To Geo W: H. Legg, esq., Postmaster, SpartanburgC.H nah, on the 24 Sr o
cbunfy7Periiryl vanish'He was electe'd in- hfcr with .the ** "- -'* '' : .- '
; 'r' -'
sympathy .?
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the We'pu'b'frsh td:3 faythe report of. MessrsWhitn'cr : ho\vver'exprMs masters for-thespoils.i Butletushoidlup J : the< ; )It i.i.c1"t'
I fall of 1789 A member of the .
; amend the Constitution of Pensylvania Conventioj, in and Thompson, \\"hic'hve./'find ,in North';and, as we have. informed our reerS la nglage of'Jitlitcnje! ,,uttered in," 1829, a the A.: similar l inquiry in'the premises':was'addressed teamet"Oc'f .ly,\Y.o'Jab: '

4 which Convention he hatted himself with ,the' the FJqriduin. We confess that., in .some has appealed to the eole.ofhis mirror of these peculative time.r Recur to by anotherpoatmaster, of the earn vie vfng; gone dr.! l

democratic party.jj Ho were opposed the ey points, it affords dissatisfaction.. We had against thjeatemng. instructions addressed to< the evidences of have been revealed district, who wa replied't follows' : is the fourth. cj4'ipny which) _
tern of immediate ckdojs) for President, and I him the Legislature Missouri... frauds.w.ic *i | eTAtlantie '' haa'r
L favored universal without distinc. believed thai'lheAdrainistrationrin declininf by to us by rem vat un e the Taylor TOST brncr'DEPARTMENT, | fro posts on]l!< : _

lien of color. :; suf&tage;:.; ; to accept voluiiteers} meant not to refuse to Now i strik s'u that' there never was taken\a b Administration, and let us ask ifhe Enquirer Appointment Office, July 24, 1849. chant and" Tayl'rt: ae" connected" "-t'c _

In 1790.hef.a those called the more'sJeepisl'u'goat'8 wool" position SIR: In answer to of the 10th, panyk. .cht.. -
I ejected member of the recognise; out by Governor of 1829 had not framed, a denunciation :yours you : ___
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i House of Representatives of the state, to of this State for a supposed emergency; but by any n that now held by Thomas to recoil its own favorites in 1849. are informed, that attempts have been mad< i "
upon The calculates the
which post he continue:} to be re-elected till 1 the substitution Hart Benton. A more bold, barefaced., in Congress to pass Jws to prevent the circulation mem
;, he took a seat in"Congress,about two only permanently, in case : Speaking of alleged defalcations, says thai of wht termed ."incendiarj bers of the Ilotiseclect! stand now .
year .
and humbug was never .
\\1, after. He was choseiit.United; States sens- of war, of a volunteer system! in lieu of the< palpable electioneering. '. publications no such law was eve Wb IggJ it.1., toeoa, Fr ., ..

!'''i j l' tor in 1793, but was dared not entitled to I regular, force of; the U. S. According to attempted to be palmed upon an intelligent paperTe e frauds were perpetrated under the passed. The Postmaster General is tberefonpowerless 101K.\ .,<\\99 '"1, .

.i it, II a seat, because not a :fftizen: under the corRtitution. the report of Messrs. Whitner and Thomp. people.. Benton is opposed to the Wil' the late Admllstration, more thai I in the matter, and must leave the Elections arejftto| take 1 i .: .,
;' 'I, t He WlasitfAbe Senate therefor C however the Government mot Proviso applied to the'new territories eighteen months before they.were put out of F whole subject t the discretion of Postmasters 'pb M _
,' I'' but two month "1 uring'which, period the deliberations son declines any.r but has so a befogged the people and thi office ; and yet they passed either unnoticed I under the authority of th State Gornme: land, MississipjH&tiA Lui ____
S'., of that body were for the firs; volunteers,. whether for temporary service 01otherwise. or unheeded by these vigilant and hones I Very respectfully, yours, & is a vacancy t, |js.filled, 'one in Vermoatr '

{ t I time open to the: puttie.! Mr. Gallatin returned (, We regret tbis We regret it, 1 little political honesty he may havejeft, that L guardians of the public interests. A littli Frrz HENRYVARREN, another in MiMstt-| -a third j ia _
to Favctte, after ''because he has been compelled to authorize his organ after 2nd Asst. Postmaster General. -
month heir
county ilL 1794, ... a'U it has been and is still our belie: more than one elapses, r Ohio. ,,5
& absence. a. of. i5 eighteen,.tnJtctr" wouuis;afici,, uui..ft lie married-=-1 1a 'a L : n..... ..,._ r.---v_n ;.. _.!.....,..,,? Ttrg4 made at at St. Luis to define his position on tbis successors come into power, and the peculation To Simpson Bobo, esq., Postmaster, Hurricane The balance ;bf! power, the Tribune I _

,1 daughter of Commodore Nicholson, a distinguished : : the earnest solicitation of many of our yes plain'" u"-ul-l. i>-!-t. : organ syihe i U unveiled and the perpetrator 1rought Spartanburg district; S. C. e '_ _

,':, officer of'thje revolutionary' war. citizens-:In view 01! further possible danger is grossly misunderstood-that he is opposed before the tribunal ot justice to. :: We regard both these letters important eludes, as we aopeldays ago stated,
I his He unde
Shortly' after his ''return broke forth the to the Wilmot Proviso and irilt delnquencies. may escape } be with the Free Spifers. We quote:
in all deference to any more perfec 'ote the and have with him tin as going to vindicate the present Head o _
1 'famous"hiskey! iijsttrrectjon" ," which ori F- 'action by the General Government. Noon< against it. What more than this did tin ympathies of those whose consciousness p I the Post Office from the paltry charge o I I of The leading be ndtl for Speaker will ff _
mated C.
Alleghaity county about mile course Robert ; ;
: fifty WintbropWhig;
from his residence byi ilf the forcible resit can fathom the designs of the wily savage- Legislature which instructed him ask ? I I similar .delinquencies would place them itpari I rendering that Department an instrument o I of f MassachusettsV.'fand!! Howell ,Cobb, 'Loco' ,.

lance to the servirigjofwrite against distil I I n o one seems to know his numbers or resources he will vote against it, he comes fully up t<) delicto* but in faro conseientia be is wrong to the South. Not an iota is to b iers who had 'not the excise. i I the of his Legislature and guilty, and will stand as a perpetual monument eilher of whom wtH the duties of m
jaid requirements
Forty; -and with a murderous outrage today people for 'scorn to point her slow ,. found in these letters leaning to the undue< discharge ;
uch writs had'beipnj' jetted: of which, thirty I on one side of the peninsula, and tomorrow and his ponderous "appel" to the latter :- finger at.' And we repeat, why,were unmoving tlwsc of Federal power-not an expressior the station with signal ability. Mr. Wiai i :.
four were against dipollcjs in Fayette com exercis throp has the advantage in experience, ia
ir,and had been kr Jjtyithont< opposition i on another no wonder that the settlers is most emphatically an argument o 1 frauds perpetrated so long under the lat that mitateaginst state rights. Mr. Col, courtesy, in manber Mr. Cobb on-the BOt r J

The distillers then ueInd\ determined to rerist. : looked for the same disasters at inter: &COATS WOOL." What need he appeal t<0 A being denounced and la mer, \ an ex parte opinion I, is the most skilfiili tactician, the most j;,
7 If -thoi
In the rebellion f7iich followed, Mi mediate points, and eschewed the peril. Nc the people upon a mere preamble, whichmay not their author they removed were! discovered If not discovered why properly regards the question as one of law ou h-going parting,wife know. Ia the ..:

of Gallatin warlike was and active treasor i in resisting ible resolutions the adoption and p wonder, either, that those living on the exposed contain a little froth 1 Do not the ver.]I were the Departments asleep ? and has referred it to the Attorney General I' he a chairman manifests of the! Cmmite, theWhole some tact ; i'
abl ,and
; j frontier should appeal first to theiSlate men whom he denounces prate enougl Was their integrity or their vigilance ir who is from state and nerg
gradually pocuribg"tIle\ United State r a slaveholding we no very perceptive J :: He)is 4 f.
commissioners a fav() able reception. Executive for relief. It was in view v- about disunion, without his powers ef interminable fault ? A Administration little more than one month, undeithe'new IT believe a slaveholder. But the letter oiFit f most devoted andjuiiitomprdroising.Slaverr' ..'

I I On the 14th Oct., t7p5he; was again elected I of such facts that a few companies wen garrulity being enlisted in the clatter and in the same manner, brought it will bring it to othersto light / Henry Warren, in express terms, "leavesthe '! Extensionist, yet<4eciiaed \ affix: bi name ito i-: .
by the coiicqrrin r; rote of all parties, mustered and ordered to the frontier ? he has made his mind how ht And how Calhoun's jsxe&era Address Ja wint (_
member of the and the 1 to keep I up light. could it be otherwise 1 1 whole subject to the discretion of post There will ,
1 f Lgi1atre sam ( speaker bosea
will vote, and to vote in his The last Administration be n .
the marauders in check until efficien means own were more intent 't r. .
day, and without his knowledge, a member an maters, und th authority of the Statt first balot, evidently; and we
I of Congress for thq adjacent district of Wash force of regulars were in position. We applauded way would a demand of the people, in answer i in on continuing themselves their in duties.power, than Governments. What could more fully, not surprised i"organiztioD shoul !-,

irigton and Allegaiy*counties.!' He took hi is the promptness of Gov. to his appeal, for a retraction of his instructions. -- discharging public Ont I should delay UH receipt i of the te
Moseley, member was writing, another*wax speaking, guarantee the rights ofthe South the question I- Hous Pi
seat inJCongress: in Deceipber, 1795, and wa induce him his I dent's lhiyf 3r. It is tv
ar.d, with the lights now before to change ground I! The Message : l
elected by the fame district three successiv us, see no anoher'.t traveling. public business ? What, in fact, could manifest more third p
t terms, and would have been the fourth, but reason to retract that applause.!'; We bestoed \\r- Is he a man of dough or of straw, that ha! w subordinate agent fairness, more inclination to see justice done, some the chair." candid 1 may: into

1 for the accession of Thowias\ Jefferson to the it, confident at the time that the war, if appealed agin-st instructions to to do what partook of the general system of man uv-: than these Well Mr. Collamer
; Presidency, by whomjht:Vas appointed Secretary ensuing, was in the hands of he intends and yet would do ing, or justified their official neglect under leters1 may : The latter we thi ik, not at all uDleJy.- _
an able Administration I. directycontrry.i the with the of Abolitionist
I general example. repel scorn charge being an I- the
of the"Treasury,:.it; 1801. ,.and would be directed those instructions were reversed 1 1 Possibly b a "coliton" which. ____
Mr. Gallatin by a noble Will they who are ready to

addressed himself prefer has been for tbe )
j at once to< of, The Siamese Convention s i4 month in progress _____
old Strange paradox independence and I-
the extin -uishment of thelpublic debt, which who kept courtin the bowers suppleness We informed it, dare to comment upon these replies 1 with Northern Loco/o pi-iai be
our readers, a few weeks since may consummated
tnountel But he ,
: to over $100.QtO,000. Between of Okeechobee long before he bivouacked against a '
the 1 st of april, 1801,,am! the 1st of January in the halls of the White House. What- l of the Union. Oh, the paragon of f of the preparations being made by the New Mr. CoDa mer. on the floor of, Congress, by tb election _

1 1812' the reimbur emetit on account of then, can be,more painful to us than to wit; patriotism! Is it a time to appeal for that, York Democracy to complete the fusion The Mobile Advertiser publishes a letter t to the Spekethtj of Wilmot or Fret-. _
!L the public debt was 2.490,000. which has for time been from the Postmaster General to Thos. P.Crwfor t ton King. ,
p1 In 1813, he was of the ness already an apparent conflict between: when no man has dared seriously to meditatethe some going on in I _. !L :
appointed\ one commissioners _
I blow ? the Union sundered word ii their ranks, by the adoption of a common Esq., of Pickens county, and;
to Ghen, and uring! his absence the Government, and State upon a point on I by We learn that dnjring the quarter emiiig
;. negotiated at London the Cbmmercial conventioo which both could have easily harmonized 1 I Benton thinks the Proviso a gratuitousact p Preparatory to this, is a Siamese frst appeared in the Pickens Republican 30th June, 1849, thtj Secretary of TJ. S.

: between this country and England which What can fill us with more reeret than of the North, and bad determined to vote Convention now being held atRome, N. Y., l of the 24th ult. It shows that Jacob: Treasury has paudn account of the th _
succeeded the war The! rest of his public< a it by the Hunkers and Barnburners Collamer is not the Abolitionist that he is p.
against as the respective-
life was passed in: the 'diplomatic service course which may, during another Indian unnecessary-knowing pal of the Public Debt; $ _
He was a minister to France from 1816 tc war, sow the seeds of bitterness between citizen South regards the question more a matter i of I ly. As the slavery question has heretofore represented to be. The rank charges made Interest '.r '"' 1,62937760
1823, within which periol he was deputed and soldier? In what way would a principle than pelf he, representing a ben the impediment to a union, we presentour against members of the Administration areas .

in 1817 to the Netherlah.s, and in 1818 to few volunteer companies the line Southern constituency, should not have dishonored readers with a few resolutions adop'elon I disgusting a they are unprncple and Total :
on |
under 5 h $2,330,99641
to England, to which count y he was appointed her by pretending to be the of the third day, to show how untrue. Not a l leading man Conservative j _____
; xnlnisterplernIKtcntiari in1826. He express instructions not to act on the offensive ally Dmorcy The debt bought i jir that of 1867, and
i returned .I t those who are against us. He might with can dovetail its principles to suit a- Whig party is of the rank Abolitioncast. ; _
have ,
to this country in 1 827, and took i n)) embarrassed action or hazardedthe t this is probably the p :instance ever knowa _
his residence in th!.. city i Duringthis pe nod ultimately wise policy which we are sure I t thousands of "honorable men" in the South, sion. The Hunkers hold their sittings in The traitors to southern rights are to ofa, country buying debts at a premium
he has.constantly kept his have fostered his the Presbyterian Church and the Barnburners be found in the ranks of the .bPi
eye upon pub- the Government has in view 1 So far from hostility to dissolution in Democracy, once within two creation.

j \ lie( affairs, though s. not taking? any public i relponsiblliti being detrimental, we think they would 1 be his own breast, and given his patriotism in the Baptist. First the Hunkers fostered and cherished as "northern men year,*- oits ._ _

In 1840 he ,ullisheil.; {fin essay on the found, for thousand purposes, valuable cooperatives ; rent when the startling issue is in reality before Resolved, Tat we are opposed to the extension with southern principles." When those thus A WAR BARGAW.-f-llajor! CHE.Lb! _

northeastern Bpundary!
; recently an historical aiij-seijlation!, upon the We were not of those who expected the have prepared himself to cast his vote United States, but we do not regard the slavery as men with "suthern principles," because Government ha which oSers the
map of Mr. Jay-i vjHicb: ) was read before j the Proviso with the question in any.form 01 its agitation, the and following re acePttJ.t jthe destruction _
against dignity of partisan party success require ____
i i the N. Y. list4a;r Society. He has Administration to waive the employment in I, conscious or any opinion in relation thereto, as a test purposes a

also, since his retirement', published two e Ia- I hostile operations of men whose trade is rectitude, and then would )laT been of political faith, or as a rule of party ac: it for the nonce, show the cloven foot capture of tIndi; Fo ____

borate and ingenious $ pets on the cur- ; war; and we were therefore indisposed to the time to set his face against the hazard tion.2d. and appear in their true colors, it 1.m rot riors' scalps,two hut' dollr for ote

'1 rency. To Mr. Gallal i.: as much as any I condemn the Secretary for and extremity" of dissolution. He might That the power of Congress over slavery do for Locofocoism to cry out traitors, and one hundred and fiftj ; F for prisoners'tiro _

one, the public owe* the! resumption of specie "' I what discountenancing have "appealed"' to the assembled representatives in the territories, and the particular yet call upon southern people to look to hundred. He hashJPi the Islians .
would fhtwt
payments bytheBanksW': New York, in we expected prove some wild I of the nation in nodes of legislation thereon ,are, among cofocoism for their and L and at the _
tones that would safety, a Democratic tat afrounls
May, 1838. j !I! goose-chase to which the Governor had democrats, controverted questions, and that h 1.
During his retircmen; .1I Mr. Gallatin has pledged our people. Instead of being enlightened I: have reverberated among the wilds and vales. we concede to every one in relation thereto, Congress for their support. A burnt child seeded. in r jij. *. scalps

I contributed several;: vi1 contributions or swayed by the denunciation of Missouri, and pierced the hearts of the the' undisputed right of opinion, not regarding may with reason dread the fire, and see in ng; four prisoners;' ;;|}, ep. ___ _

to the New York Histoii tua'le Ethnological which the letter I stalwart pioneers and awaktned! the stirring any particular mode of constitutional construction the very character of its chivalric appeal, a ArctsViSE
Societies, besides those .tc' referred to. Secretary's elicited, we were a part of the democratic creed, ST. Aug. 27, 1849. _
Of the general merits ojf\ Mr. Gallatin, asa only strengthened in a suspicion that partisanship memories of revolutionary days, far more ef- a essential to fellowship with our democratic ,or- low and degrading ambition that is one thing : The company (,f--| ;.-S. recently

statesman, a scholar,' ;ainj a citizen, we was making a bold stroke to swampa 'ectually to the preservation of the Union, brethren in this State, or in any section to-day, to-morrow another.WAsmNcroN stationed at Savanna} ) trp o Saturday _

have no time to spare to>day to speak; 1 but Whig Administration. We are than all the hollow and heartless. harangues of the Union. CITY, July 10, 1849. last in the Jteamer OcamvlgeeiCavt.IrVilspn. _

bis life will bear scrutiny,jand deserves to acquit Gov. Moseley of his willing to which he is now inflicting upon the people, Resohsil, That a copy of the foregoing resolutions DEAR SIR:-I received yours of the'29thlit. A very ferge:. and
he an example. :. ; meetin of the cilizeis p ____
; gosecha.but be transmitted the ., in which that in the < bf St. John's I_ _
.. not his upon a mere matter of & wool." by to say exciting held
;-- peculiar supporters of an efl )Itgrossly ,, goats the convention now sitting in the Baptist Congressional canvass in your district in Alabama vas at the Courlllouse! in this city"on -

IIrNGARY.TheVL4biflgIOflRrpuUic has to misrepresent the Secretary, and NKGItO PASSPORTS. Church (the Free Soil Convention,) and their I am chargedTitl being "a dos 'ii.. Saturday night 'to'.bear tHe report of a

letters from Warsaw to the middle of I last i cut the antics of a demagogue before the The Loco-Abolition. press of the North' adoption by that body requested as a basis right the Democratic committee: appinte.*t .a' previous meeting,

month, which'state thatthe only palvation I( people. We think Crawford has are berating Secretary Clayton for or th union of the Democratic party. candidate: calls me "a black hearted sulphu i to take consider'a our present Indian _
of the Austrian Secretar refusing lifficulties. ,
and Russian invading armies When the reous Abolitionist. You seem to desire me report was _
consists in forcing the Hungarians to an act : rredbut that he "insulted".or purposey ,, to give a negro of Philadelphia a passport;, above were received by the to defend mysel. > tbe committee, eettihkiorth at m.by o

tion, which they skilfuljy! iJ, aware that i i disregarded the interests of the settlers, is as a &citizen" of the United States, to travelinEuroper. arb Convention, Mr. JOHN VAN BtrIEN l You, of ordinary} discernment present relations with.jthe:Indians, and.the

.,!i no large army can subset in Fuch a country only one of those monstrosities which partian The Evening Post is contra.st- offered. the following: must be sensible that those who use such report, together wit.snndry, resolutions,

as; Hungary, where water is scarce at all chicanery is always capable of invei nt- ing the course of the Secretary with that JtooiWfThat this Convention reaffirms epithets generally regard the people they ad- were adopted unanimously, urging upon the
times, and conscious of their power to an ni- he principles of human freedom that dress a ignorant and excitable enough to be Government prompt ado and' e i a
hilate,smaller bodic; There is, besides, no ing. The people are rather insulted by their pursed by Mr. Forsyth, as Secretary of have heretofore declared-that we can they influenced more by vituperation and perso fl. fn rmon tb from F

} ; comparison between if>n iou-lligent: \ free Hungarian indicators, whO.declaim as though the only State under Mr. Van Burcn. It publishes abandon them-and that we will devote nevr ; al abuse than either by facts 'or reason. It MI 'f Marion unt

and the Russian noUieK who is subsisted alternative ,volunteering 5a va bondis. the following passport given by Mr. F. to a iur best energies to secure their firm estab- therefore a course which cannot be happening to be presrat,!was loudly

4 on bread alone. ( A.terrible; scourge' is Men in this section feel a deeper sense of in. negro named Peter Williams : ishment. red by anything I can either say or do;stop;i for, when he rose, andjsiv an able hand elo-
also said to have seized on the Russian sol the Resolved, That on conferring with the I I am not now, nor have I queni manner addressai the meeting, setting
I diers, known as the "liCe|rC.4." The indi 'sul perpetrated by last Administration, KITED STATES OF AMERICA i members assembled at the Presbyterian ever been, an Abolitionist, and I have always forth the deplorab1esteof: things i
vidual i: untJtJJ'cr4un jonder the skin, who, after they had done service as volunteers To all whom these presents shah come, greet Church (the Hunkers) personally, by com- received the most bitter opposition from ortion of the Statej!: which he. recde

which increase < \ tole body becomes ]I spurned them from the Department ing- iittees and by resolutions, and from an intimate the Abolition party in my own State. I caused by the n outbrk. _

1 one mass of corruption. Hitherto no remedy and turned them a beggars upon charity No.4J89.D familiar, and life-long intercourse with' have always held that nothing should, be Our highly e temQ:'Representative inCngs _____
has been discovered, and the those whom done by the General Government in the also.ad-
person attacked of ,* they represent, we are satisfied relationthe ;.CnJ _
is considered a* doom tJ; and the I let Congress.We feet ecrlplon.-fd&head, :iSO yearn: stature, 5 that there Ii such an agreement in favor of to subject of slavery in the States. meting,' | :
ters say "hundreds have, at dbeir own solicitations no faith in those who condemn, Eng.; high; eyes hazel the principles of human freedom, I have always discountenanced snr zens; that he would in&ll ia hi ol/ct

been thrown into thi river to terminate in unmeaurcd'terms the Administration 1 be- I ; hair nose black broad; mouthrtllnary; ch in pointed uthorises but demands the reunion a not of only the aU measoreR public or private, opps. urge the immediate rearm al Indian _______

their suffering! The ,'cholera also cause they have declined the tender of volunteers. round; and ; complexiolr'yehlowish; face Democratic' party of New-York, and that we or disturb the institution a from our State. He sad there wasJwVonentiment

makes" terrible havoc oh the iH-lcd allied ar- We hope Jhe people.of this State wilf ful.Sigature the bearer,Peter lok to such reunion, to rescue all the great existing with the States, as recognized! 1 among the p 'P of-FloriJai that ____
JJ\T'J 1 H': Wilams.- principles of civil liberty from the 'hands'of the, constitution. At the same time it is due' the Indians should b ,Oyd and .hebe. _
t [I.. not starve because they cannot draw pay and ,_! (I, .Secretary of State 'of a Whig President, who- differs with to justice and mysl to say, I am antislavery lieved that the authorities te ta1.wou1d"respond
_ .. CoL. FnEMo T.-1t i. hou'gbt that Col. I rations. Have they asked no higher boon t! the United States, hereby request all whom to all principles so far we know reat man, I regard slaver an as avery to this W avowing theirdetermination.that _

I j. FIIMOXT: will decline ,the .a piJointment tenI Have they not more loudly demanded the it may'concer to permit safely and freely to baa any. a great political and moral think they f&w be removed. He ._
I : ; /dered him of Chief of the Boundary Commis! removal of the Indians-and if the pass Rev. Peter WilliamS; a CITIZEN of the Resolved, That this Convention therefore nothing should be done by this government was happy to 'be abll; b'urehIfell.: i -. .
sion. It is well! knowa hat Col. FREMOXT: Govern i United States, and i in c of'need to give proposes to the Convention assembled at the to increase or extend it. citizens that this poIicjjWas j approved,'and ___
I I aspires to.higher political dii-tifiction than the ment is determined to adopt its own means, I him all lawful aid arid, protection. Presbyterian Church, to form such reunion You say Mr. Inge informs the people thatas would be promptly executed by, the General .
occupancy ol this position \ipujj confer upon is i it not to attain the people's end ] The Given'under my hand, and the by meeting in 'Otis body, making a single Postmaster General I can send by the Government. \ C '"' *i ?c
Km. i President has announced the, ultimatum Secretary of impression of the seal of the Democratic organization throughout the mails or withhold therefrom any documents The Hon. D. L. YLiIso: assured the '*' !

FROM TEXAS AKD TiuRto GRANDE.: -The REMOVAL. This result we J look { L.,8. Department of of State( ; at the city State recommending to the Democratic Elec- I wis and that since I have been Pota meeting that he wou' icoirdially unite with ,.
steamship Portland arrived at New and "if achieved onpeeily Washington, tbev 1tday a single State ticket to be supported 'at Gener the South has been with the Hon. Mr. CABELL ii* wging the.removal
Orleans of
: !evdl] be willing to forget 'March/"A. the foed "
Do '
on the 6tb" I l election of the Indians. I -( .
instant (rom{ Dfazos.!' The trivial : tat.'g Office, 60th approaching and to transact douments.Now f T
ErowDBTille Flag says t al'....hi Government the .dlsappointmenl\vbich', has been of these year:United pf/the 'independtnce. ,' such other business"as n may come before sir, I have had, in Congress, some The people of Floqdai: a UD&Dimo _
____ at Wash n, immediately) oil the occasioned. Ifwe ;realize so,great a good, (Gratis. personal acquaintance and intercourse with upon the subjec of the rhwoval .1
receipt JOHN
ofthe.intelligence, of the Indian incursions we can brook the .scoldings the *in his FORSTTH; them.Rcsovci That the President be requested Mr. loge, and it is extremely difficult for me dian.s and i indeed g&tifying ,to'
on the Texas line, promptly! iaiueJ the ne Xahtippe, and, like 'Socrates of Feera .own handwriting.. the foregoing resolutions to to believe he could' ever be guilty of such tbat'the patriotic old sole if rj who is"now the
cesaary orders for additional anil more avail.I chasteii ourselves Mr. Clayton's course in the, present case the Convention in session in the Presbyte gross :and palpable misrepresentation." Chief Magistrate" this great nationrwiU: "

able protection being pkceJ inere. Some 'with" her morosne8. .' has drawn upon him the denunciation of rian Church.. certainly could not be'necessary for any on I: carry out the request of !|.b e.ropre.of Flori ____
delay in the execution of tlje orders: referred _: .' '." ., the! Abolition i writ to me for information to meet ob da Gen. Taylor'will !|* _
to:wa 'caused by the e 'rfss,rider's ,CoI. ,J. 1'. SANDERSON returned on Sunday g'ef Northern DemocracV.What" -.-- The Post Office and the South. a falsehood.! The Postmaster General should have been done,' yLinjredecesso .

-: : Imercepted& and__ _probably_ _._ intmlertJGcniAL /' being last from Savannah with for.the', would;, he, ) !f have b .en,'Q the' The South Carolina papers ,have for the has no power, direction, or control over, the The wishes ,of,:the people Florida.have _
,* '- .- volunteers sUJplie eyes of outhern Democracy, Jiid ,he acted mater to be mailed. It is regulated been heretofore this sub
at, M nroe' weeks been entirely disgpn _
-' TAYLOR i ha Itow his, his ha made differently 1 An:" Abolitionist., of hotly engaged with_the by The laws of Congress ject, and we rejoice that ____
I Northern' tour- having left jWjsliington trip with'muc despatch;; and we are glaij course.IcIon's' case, of Barrett, whowas imprisoned in and regulating the establishing he who is now the Chief|Jiiecutive of these _
on Post-fc
the Sin instant.. .. t learn he, >\3 enabled i purchase, upon RJ : .", "ProierlpUop., Spartanburg district, 'for' the' circulation of are !mall, pa of n and accessible United States will not disregard the voice of

.- the credit of the State, at cash prices, all the The I chraond, Whig, by extracts from documents regarded in endiary. An interesting to .men. These laws give neither the people of Florida. I j p'
a -
'A rrespondent of the New ork Courier stores he the Enquirer of of to any postmaster nor the head of the De We hope and trst'let* fellow-citizens
We that city 1829 t
also then is
required learn that the ; ( the point raised in the
$ Enquirer course of the in Various
counties ofr* $ will ho-
.writing fromijSa/f Francisco,, State has "of parent any authority or control .whatever | ne rte
!aY.: *<3ov.RILE can rely pn ulnety-five-ol sufficient monynoW command mouthpiece' ;present'Ritchie-: the exam pation. A'letter reached tie.Spartan- over printed paper or letter which any mediately hold meetings44d .express, their
n-eryhundred American citizens tiere to for whatever supplies be' Union,) proves .him.to"have! been 'a burg post office dir any think sentiments this ,
to sup;: lay 'may necessary most ctc to, ne..Thomson, proper to convey by mal upon subject -
port him and theUnited Stages .Government the.%rolunteersnow *good man'*, on the. L When such a letter 'properly directed j'
I inthefield. easy ,subject (;the ter but supposed to be which paper or .fR.
was -
I I but there are-'still a few in ittys district, who, ;; : ; F" I'rible:proscriptions which Jackson was thenpiursajng.'jjThe thought would iapresented to a'postmaster: to be mailed, .
more ambitious than wise New Saw Mlll: on the case he no right has the CAMP ( .
0 ,1 1 patriotic, have ; '' or power, nor Post.IflaSteGefleral loTj, rr- '
t I taken'.a course':fo make mwl capital by.
L that Gov;.xIUY, ami consequently Messrs. Moody i Byrne, fa Co., ,commenced was..being|wielded.!in 1DparteDt brJ Jhe. court, for ,the {,letter, which. e power, to open and examine it ascertain Totbe. "Editor of \t; *

? the United States the Government$ ,:bad not.authorily operations; this town Mondayjlast., !_ minions of ,Old"Hck ry"al< ndres were refused.. ', to" delver; ,but. tt upon a subsequentrequisition' it.its,-contenls No or to"suppy'or rfui to inail .DEAR.'Si*; am bapyfoiafona.,yon
over people here;and the assump' on swept away r the most balTfor Gnerl: that we. : last arrived irwithmand
pretexts. his Yr hae
tive We learn that'the trv.l he'gav attempt or_
Legislature machinary/wbrkst appearance; the
their exercise of
officers '
1 ore yet in expoditiously Tobias Walking V any. of | .
f possession of the. District JecorJ ," 'several and 'well.; *' ** : man' against whom wascharged with the'letter. ., He" addressed. 'the Po1pffice ly'the same instructions:regulations,r it tbis'OOrjJae 4 H
i ; '' .f. -
>v '_. '._" '. a'paltry'defauty.of sU j
weeks sibcestolen from the '' 't : $3,000. was"vic. Deparma ton the and duties exist right _
officerforcibly 'J'i ;, I subject, and received,in powers now in the through the,poorest ti !
taken iathropen day: :; 4' 1- Dutudl."Jr.I; jlze by ejectmeptjffom office'proscctj q oD rply tbe foIlting i : ' met and offices which have existed for I ever rode.t through lopkio 7jfJ
_' many !
v- .A ** .' i'' i i ft v ff -Tn? sawmill 'TYO..Holmes & CoVsituate2fin"tfee ..rd: ,For :.and..similar.'' :Posy Orria Tb years before mracceasion't office, : no principally ol' : 1'e
: i t 4ri: Hon..ALBERT GrALUTi5dieii: i inJNew-' of ilPrnment. Jbi 'r ABTMtNT. ;July 30,1949} other. All this posed la'ml p
t vicinily! UbiBlowTJj'-wp th i&.known-orCu; be'known, bogs, 'bog holes, ;: I. aliiiio
; $ .. jfi. ofya'st Sta;.You rV of ,
"DER inform
/j' *' t" tqu'enc inst: to .
ibr3ontle3thjnst. la faUncier < ; ; C who
: As man
he to,6tatewM> jtestroyedf! y.Jt'; ,on ;Thursday ; timportine$Would:result;to welfare ing me of.your im the"'til author How any and .ir t.kno\/the.' tQt. whole1way from St. tO Enterprise,
1 has acted anert'b1.te gross unjustifiable, then with the somcirood Jaods ia -
: a conspicuous part in the history night! last, .about 12 o' The Jos_ i is of thefKepubiic.,' ;r r'j j jVsti'fic&tioa'bf tyof, out Carolina .defiver the exception
of this for the lak't 5d -* iibr' a letter deciing reprttons.or.u1'\hor to tely.-a: the'vicinity o"\he LsJcetbrange "
country years. ;.,sid to be about $5.000. t the"prosecution % the you held to ,' 'or this for MeertUBl good,
of Enquirer : but the b1eve ;
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2QflL ii 1t4'We'i.ieiiIeI1? ;1 -." To His Excellency D. MOSWJT, f; Jjl ;PreAlttot> of the" Bitt6ttJfi. \"' ib'i 1' the- .- ,_, .:. ';-t.-. :* J- : ( ; ..
1 5 p" Amen by the *MI Of CMP.bat '
and In fine and Governor Florida Tallaheutee rj ? npp4.wit" :
; ; spirits; .,rf : : 0' : e SfI9N O44a, '
PROCLAMATION: < .r. .,. 1
fnil for"an" Indian fighi and from 1 ti .hlh' 't'\ < -" ; ."' hams.."e.J p._ T... iadsiLIi a
ripe no v Sir-By appointment j we have to-day had ; r \ > : !6:h t ; \ oarse ofLac7BP.EIlbe,
:There is believe c MS to |w up...w w4U! wnje
reasot to they
all I can Ifearnthere] is ,but little or no doubt a fuU.convers n1with"Mr.crawrord, Secretary tnatmarmea, f comm4tonthe} iq[ .MQXDAT \

Irat.what WB' can and will'be accommodated of,War, in'reganl-to'our Indian' troubjes. expedition j is about to,"be;.filled ourK,..!In';:|be' '. enrr.r.wa.*Sarwpvilta,dcnoi. iuCii"|f.QKJf.UUifKpWu November;' ,a continue until. the Ant oBex .

nrith a fif!& aI NY rate as soon as our*ien 'Id.tb.18 ihVrnew learn that the following Jotted[ 'Stairs,"with dIe intention 1o.,1 Tade < "..). 7L 4 ". *vetwrns_ bt,elitTemijsa44aa* niuiatds rfoctorB4."ei04U ,i M&i. r b'fdflcibi ,. r- /T
K was.ftrmeriy e
towel ecrait'a little from the the Island of Cuba,*>r some of the Provinces W1zp4 -
7 .
and ) fatigues, things are,determined.:upon,by;; the of;Meiico'tht! beGnformation"vFhicn: .\ : ,'t, ; 't ,aaiU llta..Tet h*unmn ih, 11111 oCDrX*,the 6J f) J.nt >tt- .;
of their wejjrisoiw march. There are, men Presidentup to this time: .. : the -t .,.,. ******:*gali1" tt Credit otT GJOcrr. M '
Executive Lo&becn"able::to, ;'- *'.t' 1. t. .: I l for.w u he.I* i .ThU isCina'ih'publ to; ,y.Tiw..i, ., i* Professor'(
of teratity $'it this place who have seen In- Ist Tq use and'rely alone on,tkS.:1'e tt- he Island of obtain'points;;Jp, ELECTTONOF STATE SE1'iATOR.' Dot:to .l and pnrctuxm Anatomy&$ noftb'acary. *. 4 1-i
dims ia.i tefpllborboOcl.bafa few daysWore lar for the qf: our- frontier the object ot this,j> kIr ti4 ,' -i--A4w- -'a4' but totpJEJfClJtJtORiaUfJltSOLD L' '
'troops protection, IACAth Lavii ii Dr.3 fok \:'Dcc. .Profwotof: P1isioo.hint ,

1ft ircfl aild'they ray that they settIements..u, :* ; r :* "- observe:pedition.; the It is faith the duty of of this Government A'::&&SeutOr. u*: **OccurTt1nthe m'T wcuta oenaionaoc 0ee i Towa* rsa' arlJl.,> yl.l on"f r'the 6l(!'Dr'V' '.th i tAnatomy, i lCbemfPharmcy (: ': "1ALU4

can show 'Indians any time in ihaif day, 2d., To decline the serfices ot t the Florida trentiesan& prevent aiobej by the resignation of the Hoa OtekM b family' a" ot"VmI'ud bts pmtmv,' ? lf .;fteFtefapot o

cr a day a1 $jo*t] We intend giving them a volunteers eveji'fo\f\ temporary protection,-.in 'aggression byo r'citiensupon the'teisritories JOIJe r_ .:,Watts j It selection APrrbYmitftlf.rTbd KB across&.cotter kraw.. *,' "*'?* J(:' 2ri _," .
'trial in cnI 0 two days J hope by the of friendly natio'ns,..I have therefore,, be held-in said Dirtrio*M-Monday the : t. -3" 1'
| | the interval that tnay occur before sufficient Proiettot
IrI\ 9t October EP.GAiT1ii4.D4 OITheIapetczandaMedca. <
day .
thought necessary and next so fill said racaacy', "' '
to issue this :
time I yop"again to hare the proper
write pleasure
be '
force of at thc .
regulars placed. proper. : proclamation to warn all citizens of the llni. \ Given under my hand and the great .,, .!. ,}:h}#: .
of Bending:yo* an Indian tcaJp, otf oft inforraiBgyoj afford,, -' e' .SeaJ..Uhe ; :
points to .i : ted States woshailtonnectthtmselyes tII.&e of Florida aUhe. ii'1 L D.,FO&', D.,.Professor.of, ,t.J3th
iofii, successful victory on':oar ,3J.- To order the 7th Regiment of Infantry, : withenterprhe's [:- sw). Capitol in the city of Taaesee. : .; tines an4 tke of Medicme.M. .
if !* but Iwould like to havendpL' an' grosslylin violation? t oar "this'fourth-day of,Augnst-q.D. ,r,1J i' \-.of_
part no inorel ; at Jefferson and other
Barracks JO
now eight ObKtAnatomv
i: .l law and treaty.*obligation*, that they will ,il&19. and .American Indepeor !?UUAt ; ..D, Professor<&; -.
Companies regulars chiefly Artillery to
deuce the 74th .f
year OPtflrtdPAvE'F4l ai
J I vsitedIe 1 Mineral Springs at Major Florida for this sei vice. hereby subject themselves to heavy penalties WD. SlQSELEY .,
: wen., .
pS xntition since arrival and denounced against them by our Acts of ." .I'l r.
'Taylor's ; our 4th. To order Brevet Maj. Gen. Twiggs, Gmmurcf Uorida. U'Protess r of the riD
Hras very i$inch :pleased with it. In my duty there to assume the commandin Congress, and will forfeit their claim to,.the Attest: C. W. DoWKt''CG, ,J 'of .
upon "' ipIca I Jctice Surgry. .
protection of, their Secretary of Slat aq
is No such ,
opinion it i ;;,piire mineral; but what more person. country. ;perSons August-16td. ILl,. CAa4JM.D.i. efl'1t1tQr.of
truge to a e ia a;salt spring, that flows from 5th. To confine the operations of the af* must expect the interference of this : ., ,. :

the side of 4 high'hill, on which stands Major Government in any form( in their behalf, no -
to aline of to be selected, the
posts MDAwitstantDemon
by )
my Proclamation
the ;
by Governor. .. t'f -
matter to what extremities ,
eminence I they be '. -
Taylor's;dwelling, an suppose commanding officer; in order to restrain the may .reluced 8tm :-- *', *..'-,

of over; fifty feet above the level of the Indians within the limits assigned' them by i in oseqaeQceof. their conduct, and :ELECTION.-..or .STAT SENATOR' 'A Course t.,HateS upon lUfdica Ja! e-_

take, u4 f torn!'this house one may have a Gen. Worth, and also to prevent the whites enterprise, A VACANCY. laving occtored in the Office of prudence 'm idelinred by.; Professor

laU view olghe whole expanse of water. from intruding on the neutral ground:around An invasion.of the territories of a friendly State Senator in.the' Sixteenth Senatorial GiavM.;-'Tb !fh.culty'tiI 1 'endeavor- to.

I would gire you a more lengthy detail, those limits. ... nation, set on foot and prosecuted within the District, occasioned by the resignation of' the make their infimction 'demonstrative

bit am com Jelled to write in much haste, 6th. To effect the removal of the Indians limits of the United States is in' the,highest That; OD,,Election.r.ramnDS D.be Tracy held in R said it District Kefeby Oidertd possible. W :. vjft j tRequisites a*.

and on a BIT$ill bench, which is not a very without bloodshed and degree criminal'as tending to .endanger the the first on Monday fr Graduation heretofore.
to entertain for that ,day of October next.to.n said Va. ; -a*
agreeable dk.' purpose a proposition which has been submitted peace and compromise'the honor of this na. cancy.. -: .' ,. rii.dt' Oftt, 1K.V.Mom-tL' ;ffnt T rt Cit,.' Board may|>!jobained at from $13to, $17:

I am, sir, very respectfully by one or more private individuals tion; and therefore, all good citizens, as they Girrn1tIR er nfy luind, andthj great OLD mJACOB TOWNSENDjr per month, evpiylthJDg, inclu3ed. .
I t' Your friend, for removing tie Indians by Contract 'allow! regard our national reputation, as they reSpect tSE.U.. seal of-the State of Florida at the The fees foitthe entire.course : E. L. H. ) their,own laws and the laws of nations ] Capitol in the city Tallahassee, this .THEORlGIXA DIRCnVKREROrTHE, "
ing; a liberal 8Unl.\-H. G5jOOO. '* : .-23th day of July,A./D. .18J9, and of Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla. Hoe\1dI.Ticke lire $15. Matriculation

1. Zd-Lt.. of F.ltl. V.'s. 7th. In case all pacific methods for removal asthey.yalue.tbe blesslngspf peace'and the American Independence the 74th ycaf. Old Dr.T WDtelld is ticke;fjance( only) $5. Practica\
no-wabont 70 of >, uti
welfare of their yean *n
L._ I fail, then to use the strong arm of force., country, ought to discountenance Attest' WILLIAM. V. MOSEMSTV"-- lau lung .- kimwn n. the UTHOK ..4 Disrof' Anatomy (to| .taken on e-only,.) $lQ< t,f
and all lawful : Governor of Harida .
and to accomplish it at all hazard .prevent; by meanS any C. Dowxrao F.RKR nt the:OF.VUIJTK ORtOIJV.1t. "TOirffSKJfn By order of t.4 Board.
.1-z.: Emma ; It is with much regret 1feerceire such enterprise. And I call officer W. Secretary of State. SJlKSJtP.IRU./." Being poof be was tOj
every "
Mr. Crawford also slated that upon July 23;1849. 'k.G. NEWTON Dean.Austapi'4Lagnst .
a good steamer itr,' aog3tdKstate veiled to limit hi mnguftetare. by which Dteau U baa .
so r| ch .wrong done the settiera of had been detailed for service 'on our of this Government, civil or military, to'URe bee. kept ont of market und the Mlet elrciinucribetl in 18, 1849.i t/:

bar Indian frontier, :not only by the newspapers all efforts in his power to arrest,for trialan ho** only who hull proved iu "' ..aDd known Itsvalue. 4
coaL Mr. C. expressed trong'regret that or Ann 31. Ilernnnitez, lute --1
of St. It hail rentb abroad, bat by some i individuals :n you had ordered out any volunteers as cat punishment every suc4'offender againstthe John1 Conntjr dec'd., as those i.r on> who bud booea healed of Mire dweaies THE NEW1 EXPRESSTflEEditOtsiWhe .m' 19491
... .
our own Sta e. laws providing for the performanceof and saved from death, proclaimed Its excellence ud :* h< r .
only to impede the removal of the is hereby given to all Having wonderful .
i it and hear it said that sacred NOTICE persons '
We printed
see our obligations to friendly
Indians. We pie Iced ourselves that your powers. : 'gainat tha estate of Ann M. HALING POWER. : New York Expreai take
the residentsof the southern part of cur Given under my band the llth day of August lernandet, late of St. John's : .
deceased Knowinmarf .
Excellency would rot keep these volunteersin county yeert L' that he hull, by his skill. opjorjiai lty to re-present their --
intimi.lated and frighten in'the of our Lord thOusand to present them duty authenticated science* devised com--
peninsula are year one and attested exiwnencp. an nrtiele hieh would
from their plantations by four or fire Indians. service an hour a t'r regular troops were eight hundred and forty-nine, and without delay And those who may be indebted be IncftlrniBble advantflpe to ntankiod when the pliments: xhtfrKeaders and Public, and
in position to defend our frontier. Mr.. C. are requested to make payment. means would be furnished to bring 1| into universal while thankiint for many years' of Generous -

For those who are ignorant of Indian rea I to us a COll'of his letter addressed to seventy-fourth year of the Independenceof And all creditors;legatees, and persons entitledto aDd notice.when_ Its Inectiniahle virtnes would be know supportshow '. encouragecpent .a ain' tohe
character and habits and also' of the the United States. appreciated. This lime has cume. the means irs
you: a day (,r two since, and hoped that:uponits distribution, who shall not present their claims supplied: thioRjitfDJiJfn. them, tI '.' EXpress" will lose'
shocking barbarities committed by the Seminoles By the President: Z.TAYLOR.J. and demands within two years from the first publication vjfF.qvjiT.T.r.n PKKPARJITIO of
would the nothing itit ctlpis Public faror.
during *hE .hostilities of 1835 to 1841, receipt you discharge com- J. CLAITOX, Secretary of State. hereof are further notified that their Is manufactured on the I largest scaK and Is called fi. upon '\ at
[ be advanced. But that panes you had ordered out. We replied claims are forever barred. throughout the length and breadth of the land especial rather* add to thett hereafter.

some excuse may that his letter would not defend us, and that =-- ---------- JOSEPHlBER. .AXDEZ. I y M it IS found Incapable of degeneration or deteriora ITlfPBIXCIPLES. '
this ignorant exists with many who denounce t 26-Sw _. -
must wait the arrival of his July Executor. ion.uniute -
as cowards those who have fled we men J.\CKSOXVILI.E ACADIW.rrlIE ." rnuJlr s. r.Town
from supposed renewal of the dreadful Mr. Crawford further said that Floridawas SECOND TERM of this Institution lad never ebnnrex tint for the better ; because it is pro Whig Vice President, with a House of Ken
a not without bame; in this because L will LIVERY STABLE. pared as teinttfc prtueipltt by a ,cinctiJicItl.. The
matter commence on Monday next.
with them in
scenes yet (reh in the minds of all who 3d. Each llzhesl knowledge ofClH-mistrjr.and the latent dlsco,- :
knew if. the late Florida having extended her laws over the neu- quarter-12 weeks-at original rates. TIE SUBSCRIBERS have tt mrinber of cries of the art. have all been broughtinuirequwilo. in political senili ciJVi a ain :put* the Whig
aught < war, \ve payment is made ttrictlytn advance Horses for the the mannfactnre of the Old tii't S ;
tral groundit became her rather than that accommodation of the ajmrill"TheSar-
know to be time. Since the agreement duty Iisses will be received for a period of 11 weeks citizens* and stranger in Jacksonville. They also saparilia mot, it is it ell known to medical....contains Party .in powerviil thus gives, new interest

made with the : Indians to remain within certain of the General Government to keep the in each term. at the following rates: have a few for rate at reasonable prices. Persons many medicinal (irnperties,and some properties which and importance: the Whig Press. The _

boundary lines many settlers under the whites from intruding there, which he doubted Reading Writing, Arithmetic and Orthogra- laving Horses for sale would do well to give thema are inert ur It nwleas for and others. which if retained In administration :''jfpfikh_ we nave I created,*
not had been the cause of the late pllY 14 00 call. Excellent stabling at all hours.SKIFF irrpariBi toe. produce fmmtutia and teid; National Conservative
Armed Occupation Act located themselves! great The above provided which U Injurious la the sy"trni. Sonic nf the properlies promises to giy t a _
and History 5 00
Geography ,
disturbance.We & MICKLER, of antapanlla are so "lat .. that they entirely Whig! Government)which shall look to apdl
amidst the These Natural
district with
pibriously unpopulated English Grammar and i
Ang.lG-tf and lost la the if
Agents. evaporate are prepantmn '
they are not
explained fully your object in orderingout Sciences included. 6 00 respect all part oi the Union, which still
.MTta of the Indian lines. Years have passe'1 j irexerved by a leicntijte: proem,know only to those
since hen and farms cultivated volunteers! as only inte'ndeJ for present K. K. SEWALL, Principal. experienced in its maanfactaie,, Morenvrr.these vo.. i restore us the p-1esand practices of our _
plantations were protection, until the President could bring Anz. 30-tf Spencer, & Baker, Iiepriacptcs, which fly off in vapor or a* an exhala- i early Prim'; id J as'such, it Will1.e our
in rari bus places over a large tract tlon.tinder heat are the very tttntiot meJicft
of m4ny'of! them fire or ten and together forces adequate, and such as he ATTORJtrTI: AT LAW, ties of the root, which give to it all its value. pride and pJ support.(it. t We look _
country, might prefer to use for that purpose. That LAW NOTICE. Any person can boil or stew tbe root till they get a to it with.confidjj!& to remove the 'ban of
some twenty miles from any neighbor. The I Jacixmville, F<. dark colored liquid. which is more from the
21 1SJ9.
at Fort Pierce and Pease's Creek the terms on which they: were called out, leftit ,August tatter In the root than from any thing else; they can proscription nndtjt fiich for twenty years we,
outrages in the power of the President to use them Having left the State for California I hare then strain this limpid or vapid liquid sweeten with have1aDored;-bn& the sans time to. con> _
were said to h tvebeen wanton, and entirely business to Col. Samuel sour molasses, and then call '
it "BARS
( for twelve montlis, or to discharge them the my J. McRoBERT BAKER. \PARILLA duct \vith mcdeKtlpon and prqden The
without any aggresftion or injury upon the Spencer, who will, in conjunction with Mr. Baker : S. : uxcaa. EXTRACT or SYRUP." Bat such is not the article '
nartof the ,vbiF. Under the circumstances moment other sufficient force could be placedin prosecute all unfinished business to a close. Dec. 28, 1848.Jacksonville. nownn* the, i great questions |&M interests that it ,wilt

out Could be held in that vicinity Florida-and that these volunteers, while The Militia claims in my charge will be attended GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOW SE.'m's have to discus a4 settle are questions now
one opiniojh
acting under State authority, ,would be care- to by my clf. in connection with Cot. Spencer, SARSAPARILLA. to be discussed i$ the Whig Press,and eW
riz: that 4his was the commencement fully restrained from measures calculated and Col. charles E. Sherman, of Washington Female Institute. This h no prepared. that all the inert properties nf the tied by the Representatives of Whig 'PeOr
of a course of hostilities by the, Indians! and any and every effort made by us jointly to prosecute !arsaparillarmit are first removed every thine capable
who with the Lndian rifle and scalping-knife to bring on hostilities with the Indians, them to a Successful result. I have no authority or becoming acid or-of fermentation, is extracted and pie;and, therefqtej:Whig Journalism is to
if the murders already committed are disavowed to collect the due on these claims 'I nnHE Committee Direction has adopted rejected; then every-particle medieai virtue is secured have an important in the administration"of:
before them, \qbuld h hesitate, in the absence money as M. the following regulations: iD a pure and concentrated form; and thai ill.rendered
Public a1fa.'r bad 'for
cf protect!+ri, to hasten from the scene by the Chiefs and the murderers haTe always preferred to have whatever money The Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms Incapable of losing any of its valuable and healing ,! not many -
any brought to punishment. We also! urged that may be appropriated pIMed in the hands of a local of eleven weeks each. properties Prepared in this way,. ,it Is .made .the must years past, i'hhaS an opposing Party;
of danger with heir families leaving theirproperty phymast-cr. such as the parties interested may I powerful agent la tbe with iron
the Indian traders &c. all be Orthography Reading,Writing and Arithmetic au adjusted everything
agents, required
the ;
select after act for their relief. I Cure
beh'm At Major Russell's andBarker's of innumerable diseases "
term, $4. The above, with
Englnsb I
; establish per on rigid party ,, .
to themselves within the limits I "M
2-Mf News. GREGORY YALE. Hence the .
Aug ( ) reason why we hear cuinniendHtions on
the In ians passed the day in a Grammar and Geography term $5. The
per Now Buf readers well and thor.
side la its favor to keep
assigned to the Indians, so as to leave themno above, with the branches of every by men women,and ch1Idre.Ve .
friendly manned So. too, at Pease's Creek. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. higher an English find U dniit wonders In the of
? cure ongly informe4, a MJT in the best manner,. of
for out of their bounds education History .
And after hospitality and kindtreatment excuse roaming embracing Algebra, Geometry COXSL7iSPTIOX JLSPPPS14. and LIFER COM- '
recITing.ithliidian under the pretence of visiting the Agent, State nf Florida, Marion county: natural mental, and moral Philosophy, Botany PIJIJJfT and in UIIRUMTISM. SCROVUIJI our own politifalsaSair*, one or the otnef

they, treachery, killed trading &c., and that it was equally the dutyof Eastern Circuit. Cirenit Court to Decemberterm Chemistry Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, PIT.F.S COS77rK.YK.SS.Bll CVT.IJfKOVS Kit UP of the Editors ydjJ during the sessions,. con.
those from who4 it had been rcceirM. The 1*19. Logic and Evidences of Christianity term, TICJfS. PIMP I ls.llJ.OCTHES and all affection stantly reside in Washington. .
the both the
U. S. Government
prevent Each to be the arising from -7
$6 to
Mttlers to abandon and quarter: paid Treasurer ;
were rit$ dangerous whites and the Indians from intruding on Josiah Paine ) in advance. OF THE BLOOD. the Etp4b s higher aims' than _

exposed places ;nd rally together in fortsor the neutral ground; that it was purely a milltar3arrannement Ttt. >Attachment __ The Scholars will be under the careful instruction It poise w a arvellons efficacy. In all complaints art mere political '1$ i ions important they

go to some other secure place of refuge. with which Slate laws Henry G. Massey. 3 of an experienced Female Teacher. .img from 1a4i,4t1se. from .4.iiiiy.fLt., from are.. True as tbe fsdle to the pole,in ppinbi
They owed it tdrihfmselves and their fami- or defendant and all interested will Provision has been made for infraction in Lain unequal circnlatpalpitatinn m.determination of blood to the head, > '
persons of log out the i ill the great prineiplesofPopular
had do. We altO THE tlt heart cold feet and hands cold chills way
lies. The fact.before them was simply that authority nothing to suggested tnke notice of the institution of the French, Painting and Drawing, and Music and hot flushes rer the body ll has not its equal in Libert U will neyertheless' eschew *
to Mr. C.that owing to the extent and tare cult. and for which additional wilt be made.
murders had Wen and are hereby required to appear and charges "jfldf And Ovvur: and promotes easy expectoration '
wanton a4 perpetrated, dangerous character of our Atlantic, Gulf lead to the declaration filed. The first term commences on the 8th of October and penile iiersjrinuon. relaxing stricture of the lungs. all wild 'C or mad innovmr _

men, women children driven from*their and it would be to C. A. M. MITCHELL, next. thr..ltt.and every othrr) part. tion, which are; adopted, seldom or
homes and tb Jr- houses plundered and Cape 'coasts, prudent Pltff'AUy. AJ'1iMltiono for Admission are to be maj to Bat In nothing is it excellence more manifestly seen never, for the pit ood, but only to gin
+ I have at least two steamers ordered there. 23-3m the Committee of Direction.J. 'nd ackuowl"d1ef than in all ktmb and utaces of
burned.I Aug -
5] to t"tarJatan. OUr highest
Above al1! we stated: that the Governor M. DANIEL,
am also pail to know that there should whole Dr. II. D. HOLLAND It works wonder in cases of >*_. Jllkt or ITTtiit. aim is to protect t Ifeud the principles of
the voice of the
oe, by any hum: being, even a regret ex- but spoke people of KOTICU OP ATT.\.cnMENT. A. M. REED, fUtnf.f th Womb Obstructed Sippm. or PonfmlVe our glorious Con. lotion which our r

pressed that Go Motley has ordered out Floruit in demanding should that be prompt and energetic -' Slate of Florida, Marion county Committee of Direction. .like;.et.and Irre1crity is as effectual of In the cnring menstruaIMS all the funns, and of Kit the I otis ancestors beiiJI4bed, to us, and to pre

'Volunteers in th! emergency. Surely thereof measures at once adopted, Eastern ,Circuit, Circuit Court, to Decemberterm Rev. I. S\VART, Ti easurrr. icy ) .,,.' serve:them from, Egressions both of the
in until these Indians
must be ignomn thfc state of affairs here. I all removed pcrsvcrcd from ,the Slate were 1&19. Jacksonville July 7,1319.OJACKSON'"lLLE. By removing obstructions tone and strength and regulating to the whole the peneralysteimitpves body Tyrant and the ftagogue. 1 Hence ia all

Had not Gov. | acted with William S.Harris 5V3. matters of char4kj&kindredto Po1itics'it
o rley ,. and Ihn* cures all fotms or. a ,
$ess, he would I jve merited great IJrompt-1 We have learned from Mr. Ewing, Secre- >Attachment. ACADE3IT. Nervom diseases and debility will advocate a st4\\and sure.. but ration* _

sion while tary of the Interior, that Cot! Spencer, subagent ibncr D. Johnson..J sad thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other ssionb'J'lC will itcoun
; on tt t other hand, the iris Institution will be opened on the first alprogf way
energetic measui adopted by him will receive has been ordered, without delay,to repair ,,lIE: defendant anti all persons interested will T Monday in June next, at 9 o'clock A M.; maladies. Stftonitf as $pill l Fpfieptic ifTi14ti Fit a.*.JVntraZfin Cmt,lria ,St&e.II .TiLes'Peue. tenance any of th4 Architects of. Ruinbe.
within the limits JL lake notice of the Jtitntion of the : '- -
the most raefui{ constJeration from to his post assigned to hereby JACKSotvn.t.K, East Florida. eleaase the blood excites the liver tn healthy ae- they North. or be i South.But .. ;
; the Indans; and to demand of the Chiefs to bore suit, and are hereby required to appear and Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation lion, tones tbe.stomach. and rives food digestion re- 'j' rot ,"If
those in danger. JTrae it is, that no /uriher: have the authors of the late murders and; plead to tho declaration filed. of young Lads and Mi&wa, where they ieves the boweN of torpor and constipation allays inlamni TILE nXicT. saxcTL.- i-.; :,

depredations ha, i been tommitted, and pos- C. A. M. MITCHELL will be instructed in the elementary and higher robberies arrested, and brought to'punish- Pltf'. Att' vf the blood. pnnliiciug gentle warmth equally all over
have ranches of an English and classical education
: been had )
sib1yaowouI not no action Ihe body. and.the insensible perspiration; relaxes all are intendUlJp the main, to'befall _
whatever be talsn ment. Aug23-3m and young men will. be fitted for College or for itrietnm and
i I by Gov. MosSIey. and tightness removes all ulMrtmetions. and reliable recordjguClbeTiade, Commerce,
We regret that we had the opportunity professional life in the Latin and Greek classics! nvitrorates the entire nervous system. Is not this the
:Jut bow
thi be
was to known or anJ of the ottj*and Merchant
even news
supposed and in the philosophical and mathematical sci every
'ly short interview-with the Preside i- Notice. The medicine need!
01 a single you pre-eminently
The prel nt ca.C is an anomaly; ences. : and Trader, doing : : of.hvsin
n before he left the seat of Government months I will to tho lIon. Bat can any nUb,thtncs be snid of s.P.T..n..ncr."ferlor '
and, to those vrri have been familiar at all SIX from date apply ARRANGEMENTS.THE .rliele Thi. \mirs nrtn'* liquid i. m.t to be we are sure, will i j1t 2:enough ;'anaaally, in.hibusiness ,

with Indian chaw :tef in Florida, at present on Northern tour.it ,And in consequence the or dis'ni&iiou) of Probates." administrator of uval cuanty on the for estate letters of'riscilla yEAh will be. divided into four quarters, COMPARED WITH THE OLD '.- by j4i ifi; them.topayiorhi.subscriptiontwentjjixes *

it ;is inexplicable Gov., Most-ley has acted of this we consider oar duty toxprcsetit MAttair,late of said county deceaM. of about. 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca- Ve aq'e of one GR \XI> FACT, that.the oae u IAC4. oven bet Ire:in'columns -

right, and I doul .ot that his succesori\\ views we euteitain (representing yourselfand ISAAC \,YARN Jr. tions. The day will have two sessions: the first, ABLE. of D&'J'eC10lt\TIOX.lllld end, in their weI.e4f' 'to"furnish .
the people of Florida in this matter,) to from 9 to 12-M.,'and the second from 3 to 5 P. NEVER SPOILS will oXiketheni
sustain and carr but the policy commenced Aug23-in will be to* while the other DOES and lirentf reading intelligedjbich<
other members of the Cabinet now at' the I \I.' Wednesday mornings appointed ; touring fcrmntinr '
by him. ] zeroises in English composition and declamation. the ttttlrt Cf.ntalnlnclUntD fragments;the sow.acid also good family; i.rTiers.f To the SemiWeekly .
I: do seat of Government, in the hope that their I TO VOLUNTEERS FOR THE FLORIDA Alter the first term no pupil will be received, liquid exp'odmg: and dtmaging other goods! Host not DonbleJ.%i5 Weekly, anti'Dollar
DOt cann< the true state of further consultations: may lead to such modifications WAR. except at or near tbe beginning of the session his horrible compound be poisonous to the system THat *
acid jute .,.tnalllf'Hll Attested with eelS I Weekly Express t44rticularlyinXend'toeive
affairs were kno to Gov. Crawford. Secretary put a. ,
fn herein indicated : fur less than term. .
of the course as and no pupil one
communications having been re- \\'haUIUIflJlCplUI.but acid 1110 we not all know the character |4Fal
of War &en he addressed his letterof we believe more likely to attain the resultsat ftJ-Xumcrous that when food sours in our stomachs what miscbleti .J t: n..r.

August 7th to JMoseley.. Aud I am which'all aim. eived by his Excellency the Governor, from persons TOTTIOX. it produces 1 flatulence heartburn, palpitation of the -'
parties in'different of th' 'Stale IteadingWritingandArithmetic $ GOO le.-irt, liver complaint diarrhoea dysentery colic, and shall occasional.ly
ntirely unwill4 to coincide with those sections offering .fu order to, we *
Your Excellency's note of"the, 2d instantis HigherEngligh studies .- -' 8 00 enrrnptum of the blood What is Scrofula bat an acid J'.1t.nI
who so strongly t$probate him for the tenor the only one that has reached us. their services to raise and organize Companies to Philosophical and Classical studies, ,- 1000 humor In the body t What produces all the humors lay before ESSAT tbat.aof
his the and which bring on Eruptions of the Skin Scald Bead Salt or from tht:
of cotnrnunic4on. I think to serve against Indians 'requesting commissions importance pens
ai unprejudiced 'We"are, very respectfully One-half the price of tuition, according to theHuiies Rheum. Er)110-! White Swellings. Fever Sores udall nut
mind j must appear that the first Your ot t. servants to that effect, I am requested by him to punned, will be expected in advance and nlcerations internal and external 1 It nothing on of someol our, distinguished writers

wish of Government pf the United States BEXJ. F. WIIITNER, state, iq answer thereto, that no such authority it be balance at the end of each term. der heaven.but an acid substance which soon and thus male and female;a$ aESl'OSDucz suchas
Board will be in Town at reasonable spoils all the finids of the body more or less. What deem iotti ictive from all of
is to remove thc Indians from Florida as L. A.. :. rested in him. Should he deem it necessary to provided causes Rheumatism but a lOur or acid fluid, which In we may parts

much so as it i is|theW4 sh 'of. every ,,' U- ---, -" -.,.- call out volunteers for the ahore purpose he could rates per and month, for pupils, who from the desire country to;avail and sinoates Itself between tbe Joints and elsewhere irritating I the world., No eflbratrill be spared an,jjrej
parents guardian may and inflaming the delicate tissues upon which Meta I senting.1onthe PubiSc .Minor ef all the
wisher to Florida] Friwn Secretary Craw. .c. r.H.AI' Dppartntnt only; commission upon the election of. the several themselves of the facilities of this Institution for t So of nervous disease of impurity of the blood ; un

:ford's letter, we llarn jbnt that object was in OF IIAMPDEN. SIDNEY COLLEGE. officers by the respective commands. "'Companies the education of their children and others, may be of deraneed circulations, and nearly all the aJI"ienU jportanttranfoctionMfthe; day to preseni

the couree of |>aba'Je[ achievement in a RICHMOND, VA. Lieutenants ,Batt aliens assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure which afflict human nature. suchaMirror. as exhibits life ,.inalitajirous -.
elect their Captains and ; Now is It not horrible lo make and sell.and injixiuly
the health comfort andprogress in kuowledgefall ., of qctnAmnsemeat and
and a-rifcable tvveLTi annual of Lectures in 4 "- aspects : ,
peaceable i3.nner. And from ni'JIE course Colonels and to n e this :
elect their Lieut. Majors; Regiment* who may be entrusted to tbe care of the Prin serge "
.advices at VVashjn$ton.it was supjK !d that' .Ii this institution will commence on Monday elect their,Cvlonek, &o. cipal. RUFUS. K. SEWALL SOURING- }FERMENTING ACID "COM-- Novelty. J- j" Z : :' .1'_.:'"

the outrages atFort,( "'.er'e and P present purposes would fein have It understood that Old Ja* .
and he
Creek were the rr uUof' indtriduuT d'Acui; the middle of M rch. vernor, sufficient: force i has .been called out.- N. B.-Pupils in Town will be expected,to provide rob"yet"_lend's nomine Ort final Stn'II.Parill&.1I.. ] aD UI- ,The DAILT Exp 3is_ ,printed ..DJommgand
ties because no BOHANXAN M. D. Professor of Obstetrics desks Chairs recommended. InCtnor .. Evening -an4 Eh& Eyisrso .Exraxsf
(urtlter outrages gave evilence R. L. from Dnval scats and are TATIO.N. of his preparation| :J' : | _
< of general' hostilities. He jbupjK in and Diseases of woman and ,Chil This face consists .of two. companies May,24-tf. Heaven forbid that we should deal U an article which bas successive edit BS'which.send the very
and Nassau, two from Columbia one from Marion Mould bear the moatdistantreemblancetoSTowa.send's .
as I must and ns I dren.L. lateSt in1eUige.nce qtiV.pf he!tytJ later.Fthan
belief ( am firmly! ((n mrtielel and which should faring down upon OM
inted will be sh
ordered out by Gov. Mopeley were jfjleoded4o :'Mateira:Medi
carry hostile! aciion into the Indian! nation; ,S. M ACPI)** M* I)., Professor Chemistry C. W. DOWNING, rTHHE:undersigned ..respectfully inform the TOUND. -- _, dran ., f i .: -. ." "' ..]

instead of simply1-igivinjc protection to the aiiPhsrmaV.CIT&RLY.S !. St ,Adjj and IMp. Gen.ad interim. *, ;public that they have leased this Spring hat We S,wish r.Town UBderstoo4*end's article beennse and Old in the Dr..Jacob./, Towa., THE satT.UJ'aJSS. ?.

liomes of citizel.*j expf''ed on the .Ind.an BELL GIBSON, M. D., Professor of ('or'a term of years. The mineral properties scud's BarsapariHa are An ..V
frontier, it was lIt |uri1 "a IIuhJectoI re- I ,.irg(ryand Surgical Anatomy., r.:.. General Orders. of the water are so generally known thatit ; that they are in unlike MI .every._. particular- The' Sin-Wni ;F..n &f abee' of

pet' hat the pzs of:tlw Gjvernment ware CARIER jJOHNSON, M. D. Professor of. "ExECt'Tlv Dui'tRTi'asT. \i&needless' to*say anything i 'on- that, uhject -, having" B.not P.Townsend one single is thing no doctor common.'As ,and never was. It no very large size,and jf U of-all the matter that.

Jikely to be f rufatrated jIf Anal Jim I i:id Phvs:olo;y., : 'if o Kfay 25, -." [ .- --i H :"-, : .' chemist,no pharmaceutist knows BO more of medicine is irr the Dailies,'ths mtisements exeepted*
< -
the'SecreUMof!V was fully ajvIscJX DAVID 11./IrcKEJtsI.: D., Professor of Theory AN ELCCTION( is hereby Ordered to bo held "'To those filictt'dvith Rheumatism Serof. er.ional disease man than what any guarantee Mberennmon can the Unscienlfic.public have aapmfet-thai i .$4 per' annum, bUshed :Tuesday .and

the instructi<**: by Gov. M and Prict ce of Medicine. the Fourth Brigade ot Florida Militia fula, Dispepsia, and the thousand ills which they are receiving a genuine scientific medicine.\corn. Fridays., 4, ':nlJ r. .f"7"fDOCBLE _
given seJey on the first Monday in Octobor next, at the places tainhqc all the vlnae.eftbe articles used In preparing IU ,
mortals heir to \Vquld
.to the rolanteeri tvfrvfeet the frontier set- A. E. PinciLAs. \.' D.; Demonstrator of appointed by law for the' election of eounty.officers are we :, respectfully and which are incapable of change which might leader suxEilr'c1lx t unEd..I\t

den" "leaving further action to the United Anatomy. for a Brigadier General, to.fill the,vacancy, suggest that they try its virtues-believing them the'AGENTS of Disease Instead of health. The Doube'hI1tWeekly! 'Expresa4 ,
I illustrations .the of Gen. Charles from its almost miraculous cures effected But what else should expected from one who knows .
:States Goterni"jn useu Apparatnsnnd. occasioned by resiguatioa ,. many *
: sheet
the absence of arJ :he2 ; nothing comparatively of medicine, disease!. it requires enormous ohtpagesaa frt?

,explanation of tb* Uognoge of his Idler, J IllInk foi'the,, demonstrator departments, have' .recently .ByrnO Also, an'et c ion''la'.hereby rd' re0:b. held by its use-.th they also'.wiJl. be .similarly visit a person of some experience to cook and serve nf umns, and'beyond j *f comparison ,lar-
And all who
benefitted. we to decent meal Dow much more Inipor
received additions and are now pay even a common '
is ft
tt not
only many the o
epttheijbJ at 1liithhlTy,
of Militia getWe
exceed- in the Third Brigade r tutu II hit the who manufacture medicine :
that ent that they persons. .. .
The facilities for'!Prnttica1 this,Spring, in t1e.e are .' has ;i :
Butat for Brigadier .j It
tngly CBlnable. | present we should very complete. time find places above specified, a designed* 'k M i annun : 'Every qlii1le-I.H :

_Jtause before gittng jidcment in" Anatomy are-'unsurpassed.The Clinical General"oecaRio cdbj. the ''resignation. ;.of Gen. nof benefitted after a fair' "trials there will- bend WEAK STOMACHS ESTrEEBLED, STTTKUS would make ol.tha'. the BootseUereentsor

matter forf I4thinkali will so imporlant advantages fully comme surate.,,! h the Samuel RnsselL --. ... charge for.board "" : .<" should know welt-medical properties nf plants thtInst would not'sell und lit a dollarFifty.tivovolumes1 :
: yet be right Ordered to be heldia of and their
Election hereby concentrating healinf
Also an Theseekers here manner securing i
taw time :*how ihit Injustice has been done wants'of the student, and especially" valuable ,the Cavalry Regiment of the Second Brigade, pleasure .wlD find virtues else an extessive knowledge ef the various diseases are 1b S, lOt for

'-Secretary Crawf by th06e.who hue to those preparing to practice at the South. Florida Militia, on the first Monday in .Qctober a delightful p1\ce'ito while, away theirtime. which affect the human system and how to adapt. the small price of I p i2! But to Clubs
iaturelTirupefitted and condemned him.pre-, Clinical Lectures are given twice a' week in next, at the place appointed b)law f.r the election .. '." remedies,it Js to to arrest these frauds diseases upon!, -the nnfortnasle_ :,_in; 'pom where'10 of these!|p klies ire ordered wt

The the"C1ee! (WbiCli jV in,immedi- of county officers, to fill the vacancy occasioned 'The .Hotel'having ,been i i n va'ed ,and despairing > $18. or a free
innabitaijU] of tfee IO thern:part of Infirmary; Samuel S. balm Into wounded humanity to kindle hope la the will send the Expre_ ; copy
of Col.
by the resignation ,Spencer. the'rooma made :comfortable, and_supplied bosom,to restore health and bloom en.vigor -
sour peauisula&K.{in,rreat"distress almost contizuitv with the Collese.)and once a : enpiiecopies. I g'.nbetri
". Into the crushed and broken and tn banish Infirmity that toaDY person .
,- w ,
rery plantation.) fias&een .abandoned, and week in the Richmond' Alms' House. ;In : .Officers commanding w Brigades R4lments,Battalions \.vithiewfumitur4 we hope to -give. ,general OLD,DR. JACOB TOWNSEND has'POUGHT. sad t: ': ;:<- :_.

at-a tome most dafcrtroos to'their 'cr ps.b .- theselnstijations the diseases. occurring: in 'tuid'Companies, within:thu ,State, ,are satisfaction .. FOUR)the''IUDltJ' meant to brlnf his ".- r lIoLLL1w iT h.i .

ManjT baYe no' :fttumed;apd .more are re- Southern practice :are met'.with, And the..student hereby rfrqoired:; carry into.efiect this Order ,Our arrangements fon supplies- &C4 < wItlilatbCllaiJ ol their respective eommsnd&t table .* .: Remedy : 9. '
to has l surh as to.enable as to keep as good a. < '.
eligible -
laming, gatht*their com. crops, and en- the most ,opportunities,o W..P..MOSELFY. Go ruer3u23SW .' \ ** wlthln'the trscb and lathe knowledge of all who need Sb t Weekly, and* thp

deavor.make ttej harvest of,their cane and becoming acquainted" ,with their ,types and ; ''.angS-td _i 'A. _. as' can be found Tn'th, 'Soath.jl/: ,-. '< .t,that Chef mvf lean pad bows Itt Joyful xpertomJ" teV from the other e "I Q14fOl'.o. .1"$
Tbe tabla willbe prayided.withjjthej.bestprovender "' P '
ia treatment." The of ; V < a 'ceDt.a
cotton consent ace. of having the proteeO frequency Surreal operations )": : per nhom. or lesq to :
'f "the voIaniekjj rfere4pnLt before-the cl sa, together* the /tfeilitleIUf.VLDtsaJDj that the country'affords, and\'ltb *TrauwendenrrowertIJ4ICalFori paPedulJ of ..Ji4.il1
ttreatJflenVOf : xECVTifE'DEi1inUiry attentive ostlers.11' ** .<** *tt 'i tid iJilltfr'r'ofNIPa : JI :Y" i.baflv$
'f Mrarel la ; that : Slrgaca1 !" o' 8.
mind '
an : ,
own upon :Tallahassee July 27 1849. any person, .
from Tallahassee and Jackson &BISBKE
th feue cases, renders this oae of the bear Schools I :Passengers ie oy FERNANDEZ "
understanding tate of facts ,Gov. '- HEREBY OBDERERTluit! ; those le1 will meet' :Dd v.nleD Jacksonville; E_F, 20 num i '__'.1J'l'ol' o
MottleyVi'coarsew01"br of. Practical Surgery d .; j :TT: IS pi wjth'l ;into t jnetttfigfroniMflatqttq Aug.23..tfr.as :* '71uornenu.a' t'

''G : approved by the i CJJUa .Matriculation 'is, TickeWo f i J.'Mreon*wa. hlll>fc ba&ed.l>y the several of 'the, Sprjng;,,a -arraneemenls 'IJ Notiq; ,:\ Sreinvlted io7'send t :tbe-..
at every :volunteer ,who I Judges,of, bat4t..or ttu Ollt'uuU. will be the:Professors $1 05*Practical Anatomy1:$JO, ; Elections to be held fot.,etmty- toem.'MUw .w .t.ltt'nngthem without ''". ibef'havinganigent in the r"DelUolCf. the course,of LeeturJ rstleJm:._
imd80111 jWff6rdefc paid .
t | Graduation Fee $25. JBoard cTudifue 1 jdsa Act ea11. : .. '. '_ ijTiiWieJ tu uto oo ",P"T
c1 'State for ; d&*V U1e Ant da1"t October wnctfeUa : ._any.. : -ikI a, -K SruPii fo.C erty ilju ces who
\jwpplie*for tbcni \1irefandc5. b"' ; lighand servants, aUendancevroay ",ob M spMtortfifih. *,Etoetioas for, Offi. .* ..,.....: wilt".:: moderate. 1 tJrt- all a J.V in ii'Jrr'$ F*"?*.Cur i ati.o.4PTyi5Ift.eemade'fo" ,<.Wi,. .',
r. _, .if' :I ..._"?' .keU4. tamed at$: 1.2 to.1-2 per week,**1'i ti":> zorifi)1i1it *. .r4cred44ke bali oaIdrst : "SAM.iBUFFINGTONtJ"Jtec'k7cCIIARLESE.RYAN Jodor A OmlJlJUAu lI w c r'f '- -,
bat11L, 1-.t' J ; Moac J f Octo! ,. .1. 'i 1i".C. : Military serric.Address !.TMiriMUL5; ac ..
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be allowed to degenerate .
1IloVAND Ccfl'IES S ; 'in b 4 ;1
tTHUPtORID/J happiness of the class *' We believe FOV1t then 1
REPUBLICAN bo looked at for moment, ,;
poorer tOId fahies
;, : : D 1 ;IA H 'i' Board in the best ; ,
in the United:States Senate which.the monthaofBap children \ ; actofCongress. pr ltth -ion
r TWMDAY.AT' in many play .I .
wit: known
is rrnusHSD itTBit Eulied' abou.a inosMffectual, and tco 1 \- Jacksonville.. !>
i COETJWBtfSTEEMS. DREW. pul down; until he brought t ; in ,Bene'did'....:,Ildorrfof.tbe .Original Contributors, are tbo'A L"on OFAMERICA1 n' oCTciI SWAYNE'S I : ".I I'w., ; .

Supreme Court; which 'w denouncedby .' We.'always hold ourselves'inadYt ._ ', ." b *Ii h I .;.H '. 'C R dind 5fl .' f.f. .
'! \ : purchase to us;ala COM POUJID STW OF..WILD CUIRRY. I. other tuth 1S401Board
c? .-ThreeDollar* per annum, as a pestilent restraint Upon t i. arice. ofore' proprtiote tr.
payal. supporer : raa few mart en.n:4rn: tnayfndproKtalilt to authors :Thin shoes, wet fee:a 1glt'cold, a neglectedcongb i EXPENSES -
Upon ordering the Pap xec assumptions*, in the:Army'fahicb'has employment' circulating this work infields of*ridiculously exaggerated and Immoral -consumption of the I How OOI RmEAY" ._
Sub eriDttom, ifnotjiid Before the expiration 'l so admirably vindicated itself in the late j not ; fartiaUarlyin the i N themselves andnj the> trouble trifling the'cause--bow' direful the onsuee ; month ; < I rTaitnLatinteker

4 of the yetbargeqj4.; war from the.long aspersions of the demagogues -' IVute a yet.opptt. >.._ Apply. .L tojhepub- chraltr.: mAy:for"examination,, The Post is a Be warned in time. I;the&1aDYo ,.f< .,per :,, y Aol '" I Q
; Ji L1 not calculated to en- will not '
in for whose effective Iisher*. 1- \ j ; family paW -and no article has silenced the prdencQ '
& f Ace "um at the following' ; tbe'Mi\ia With the above work may be circulated Agents tar the family circle>can b admitted into it col- yoiceo meares dus. lo...i'U
preauton ta f
I and it is gb'ime tae ,
F lines for ; 8
Dollar ) sericebl the dictates of reason RtJ.I
O. 'orgnization : THEBAPTIST .1,1 JIK.ISTIV,** g umna.:r' to b !
I i ,and' 1iE'| for.every subsequent tht'some d ; in our. gal Three( volume* in" one, ( boundjna ,1 "i. Our 2>r,i*: 'M' cured ere it is too late. Attend to a slight cold These schools are 131. tHgible;6 :..

!i ) a liberal Navy, a the best protector of our v de- style uniform'with? *the tcau.; ig of The terms of.the.enlarged Post to single, subscribers once. BUT abottlaoffloetorSwayne'S Vop lig ent and moral c 1nute.
k iron. Extended commerce and our almost as wIde- than,1300 .. if- wffl remain the same;vis: $2 0 per a Syrvp of Wild Cht:nee,it and ohapin. N, t a G1tq.
4 I dt b AdTrise pgt. advance $3 00, if'not paid in in ,. long yean of
I ly-extended maritime frontier; in Academic. : before the public sufficiently nut; ; avance. consumption Poronth anWhTmIngtonjtaQ
,. a nU(txeeptby pertoi | nj nnig account nurseries for Military and Naval The LThrary to'be known containing a Urge $5 0 in advance, ono copy will b fo suffering, terminatingtbo ofn'only in the worth grave I Rldgea, Wa. N, :O.;* R
Scence. long a Be not deceived by the too spurious, "lh.8
to Gastoa
with the offiec ( publi-
) uu8tb1tddIf previous years. Raleigh
of on fted
ti excellent pot
triumphant at last, though long amount of valuable reading, and a-tminbcr Reduced Terms to Clubs.In less of Wild Chevy,ushered into 10
preparations attMtfe
: -oa t 1 nearly every other good power of the,Government distinct works no where else to in be found.- order to accommodate that large number of tice pretenders but see that the signature ,hha, gY..tl&t,j3H$ .company with l&l Uu *

Persona at 'a dianaigovern their remit- ; in that of the Skies" If what i contains were would published not purchase separate them. persons who wish to take the frt ca papr. but ofD.II.,SwATNBJs on each bottle,which officers of the Collegjpo{ attend tt annual txaia-ett&r

t. L tsjites for advertising, following. rates which is no\v'proving,1ts .utility; in the books,TEn BOLIDES "' mistakingly think they have is the 001 grate against impstion.. nations, grade al tj students, snxl* t
PRICES. td crabs, as follows
concluded reduce our
On* tu( published r six month Cot Survey, founded-by Mr. JEFFERSON; 1listoty'. binding $350 in cloth $3. 4 COPIS.t ter: $5 00 per annum. Read the most remarkable cure of consumption fled without applicants furtherexL, ifttion. :ekaies. h cu.

,I'; In. .L'1 910 0 in the natona gift of hal a million of dollars Library,i seep 3.5 8 $1000 ever placed upon record: .Persons sending; t jUa PwTpfpartmeBt. I
Two squares, \ ;. rather than the U U 13 91500 DR. S WAYNE-PEAR SIRI I feel it .debt of id to the :
twelYj : 150 starving The Set, 6.5 to the afflicted on scholarship, musinityof Mol i the,j.. :
$2000 due to and a duty ,
20 gratitude yon
;crodHprs, 10 hundred times that sum made to Agents : u
wasting more a liberal discount purchasing 'ole
N.Ue A
t 0 in favor oleg.
club. humble
i of the offer testimony
And one to Agent or getter up generally, to my made W A-j !pr
''T Applieatlon administration, 5 0 in slaying Mexicans; and in the'.Expedition .for cash. Three Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, of your Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. Some II aUb.

: For announcement ol sandtdates: for office, 5 0 in search of Sir John Franklin and his fellownavigtore and one of either Graham's Magazine or Gody three years since I was violently attacked with TO THE PEOPJOFAND THE".S01lDlE1U.
Ho anaouneement unless the sam though not in that sent in The Publishers append a few of the notices Lady's Book for six dollars. cold and inflammation of the lungs which was SOUTHFESTERN TATE / '
ri .
t1 .. with wi b"a.charged. and_ Gomorrah. which the History has received from the religious Fire Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, and accompanied.with a TI distressing cough,pain
accompanied i Two of cither Graham's Magazine or Gody's Lady's in the breast and h very considerable di; TilE 'VESTmtN
.. Editorial notices fi if! private bet will be We believe in the union of these States, 'prs. Book, for ten dollars. charge of.offensive mucus from the especially COTIN
;' oharged double the tatising. but not in the absorbing in it, either by forceor FROM REV WM. R. 'WILLIAMS, D. D.-The Three Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, upon changes or weather, lungI At A Popular Southefo- amity Nnespoper. Nttfyaiid \ .

| Mtxriage notices, will consent, nations or regions that have no new'edition of lenedict's History seems to the and Two of the Ladies Garland,for five dollr. first I felt no alArm about my condition, but was tTal in R4igzonii -" t
He has made
I 1lii01 rwf' subscriber a value. that I was rapidly going C
of the Evening convinced
affinities with us. We be- Six Cope? Saturday pretty soon
no congruity
published gratis. I|'j I fi divide large extracts from the history of the MennoniteMartyr. two of the Fountain, (containing 252pagea of original into consumption. I grew daily weaker and at 'r.E IMS: ,. aS2
in of the to the work
lieve meant of
none agitations From the great variety able to walk about or speak ]
Communkationg mart be tort paid. letter press, and 8 of Sartlun'slagazie engravings length was scarcely a Te'-'f, f" *dva.ee.'F .
in order to or to us.- which furnishes these the extracts will to our the weak-
govern separate ,) for four dollars. above whisper, such was
t.I fiT We believe in but not churches have, besides their own in trinsicintercst, a lungs. During this time I had tried \VE5TELI4NIINENT Joe, r caper of"
\ Republicanism, Lco the additional charm of novelty. As to the Baptists A Premium Offer. ness various my and but found largest size, Ui 'I iiited on goocl paper, aaL
focoism; in no Aristocracy, least United States he with fi- preparations prescriptions with fair type and U\ all the characteristics of a.
PROS1E&VS.: in that which the demagogues strive to makefor othe a mass historical ba laborous The premium offer made in the last prospectusof no relief growing all the time wor. Just friend here inWilmineton popular family jour will compare favorably with
which delty where to bo found nnd which the old fr will b adhered to and continued. I was advised and persuaded by a dear the best weeklies ofjii: ooont". It has been the.fiwrve .
themselves alarms
f by no pIl make trial of Syrup
one intolglnco The offer _, your or'VidCher.
& aim of the editors t
I THE NA : the judgment of the subscriber, make a high eat tone'
J does not and cannot exist among us. We volume'almost every one oi The Post Office of any,town.in the Union,from I must confeR that prT'BIT b ana maintain ani.,6e.af f d standard of JiterarT
believe in the rights of both the Rich and his indisnsable.t the which we shall receive the greatest number of sub- against patent excellence giving fit
." patronage { contend such yarWd
t I and prejudiced a
J The Proprietors ohiouma1 have not :he Poor,'and in the right of all men not to our pastors and study of our deserving. scribers to the Saturday Evening Post,during the am those coming out of claims the hands to the of character as to inteix&t and instntot all minds and
the 1st November 1847 and the but understanding your
between empirics
hertofor in the fody yars of its existence be l hate as either. We believe not in Dor. ., EDWARD B UNDERBILL, ESQ, Cor. Sec. year (the papers to be mailed! to 1tNovemberl8f : profession and practice of medicine, and having all tastes. lidci' the raxrent news ftr t.
I : and domestic
cign U '
: .
managen en in the habit in Anti-Rentism or Morm nism, of Knoltot Society, Enaland.-The subscribers through it,) shall be implicit faith in the saying of my friend, I forth- are supplied with q,.eplcmns ortfie Continnlplease .
of appeals t4henh1ic favor in any nor in Red or any other Republicanism but volume is indeed an Encyclopedia of Baptist Literature entitled to a continuance of the whole number of with purchased of Dr. Shaw, one of your agents, :
of ming foins pf o1iciting our own True Blue.Ve should be glad to and Baptist history; a book for perpetual the subscriptions gratuitously, for one year after a few bottles, and commenced its use. My diseasewas Tales, Em'IIII f 'ktfehtt, and Poem?,' : ;
I patrn. reference.in every thing relating to our external the of the year for which their sub- at this time of twenty or twenty-five months from many of thoa4stwriters> of the country
age. Nor (having ;+*!held the opinion see it all the world'over, but do not expec expiration have been paid. standing, and consequently was deeply seated. I and the choicest sej) (ions and original tnuuua- ;

that a Public JoumaBhUd win the public I it, in our day, in France, or any part aars.THE NEW Yonic RECOKDER.-The work commences srtonsshal will be continued on, either to the found, however, considerable relief from the use tions from the literati. of L'nglaad, France,kM

hy the sIr WJformance of the Europe. We do not believe in giving passports with 0 review of the dissenting parties of subscribers themselves or to the agents through of the first four or five bottles. But being a pub Germany. if t 4

suppr the flashy ro/f/ ?*ions of the hour) to Santa Anna, but we do m the pow- early times among whom baptistic seuLimentasre whom we may receive the orders for quantities, lie speaker, I frequently attempted to preach Ttte Letters from! MTur to Iffassaehmett *.
-- than traced with more or less distinctness. It increases and to whom the package or packages may be directed my increasing strength, and thereby ruptured have
tare they ever, mo4} frequently once ers of our own Commanders in Mex pronounced by all wivindications read them, the abbst
great to later both if there should be both in the vessels that had
however, in interest it advances periods or to those already begun to heal: in of the
in hadocc&fcon to embody in ico. We believe in the honesty and patriotism a tuth ftom slanderraaA
twenty years where facts are established by more numerous and same t.\V a the case may be. this way, doubtless, my cure was greatly retarded.: falsehoods of norti that
a Prospectus ft-in$<3yes upon which of Gen. TAYLOR; but not in the merits incontestable historical documents Since the Advance. In consequence of acting thus imprudently, I had nated from the Pretl" fanaticism will be followed ever by;othsr-ss-

they endeavor to coiduuUhe: paper under of the "Spoils System." Consequenty we publication of the earlier work, a good the deal characterand orpro The money .brs bl in mut be always sent in ad t use twelve or fifteen bottles before I was prrecty articles on the sur.jcciof out Federal relations at

? their charge. I, 5 f' I.i do not believe in grass has ben made in investigating of the Reformation, vance. Subscriptions may be sent at our risk- restored. I have no question a much involved in the erua.-file.110W waging against th*
t the Anabaptists of bottles would bat made me sound, but
They hare been we W9 disposed; more- tion. But the former having long reigned and Mr.history Benedict has made good use of the additional (when the sum is large, a draft should be procured for the above indiscretion. The Syrup allayed institutions of the Sdwhcrn States from the ptas.

over, for the purposcfjof frfrivifying a subscription and widely filled the Public Srvicevilb information which has been gained in this if possible-the cost of which may be deducted the feverish habit, did away the distressing cough, of distinguished Sout tmrl. ..

lst to e occasional aid, men unfit for it, we believe in department of historical literature. Indeed we from the aJount.)DEACON Address.& PEARSON, put n stop to the discharge of matter from the Dickens' New;fcork, Doxibty% San, :

instead g these sudden of a large re-organization of it. think this part of the work intensely Intercsmg.ad Chctnut Street, Philadelphia. longs, and gave them and the entire system good justly classed among A e most popular prodnetioir -
quie 8 because and write creed worth far more than the cost of 9 health. I have deferred offering this certificatetill of that able writer, i'|pven in entire parts,immediately
spirit, on a as long
trspor : \'e go work contains likewise an extended review Editors copying the above, or a fair abstract of now, for the purpose of being perfectly satisfied on its this; .". A series.t
::1 1n atempt { up political revivals as Westminster Confession; but all the of writers and writings on the baptismal controversy it, or who will give notice of the new fr and enlarged with the permanency of the cure, and now tales,. rican history is in preparation -

seems to necessary to rest is easily inferred, and may besides be both American and foreign,-some of paper (we ask not that they praised) that I feel perfectly well, I offer it with pleasure. and aniT1.,
a fa ; of devotion to found in our past columns. So that we them.exceedingly curious and interesting. It in their editorial columns, shall be entitled to an 1tEV.J.P.J.OItDAN. Major Jbntt I* *
mae in then proceed* to the distinct consideratIn of America exchange. Such as are already entitled to an exchange Dublin N. C. "
lay than should ever receive where have but to say, finally, that we believe Baptists, whose is narrated at very considerable County will shortly be cd. But we need not per
for the current shall receive the
not mereli Party but a Country the virtue and intelligence of the People, along length. It r useful study to inquireinto thanks of the new firm. year, ticularize. Our chose ferdxtmity to the great political

lo serve. To < and its power, the as they will really exert them, and not the sullcrings of our fathers in the cause of JOB PRINTING commercial, andtiiterary: emporiums ec the

Intelligencer ha mereJy plre sd any such suffer themselves to be the dupes of the demaoges truth,-men of whom the world was not worthy country enables us touijaeminata the latest iaUlligencc *-
enduring on American soil, fines, imprisonments TIE TiE |ju any ear
the heartily .
devotion, even wbe$ ctin most their worst foes when most pretend and exile, because they asserted and REPUBLIC northern contemporaries'; and as our.paper Is si
I wit that body ofj I ijcitlaens whose practice their friends. maintained the sentiments of laptlt on the ordinances TIE HOME JOURNAL large and cheap, we Afel that we have at least lot

a as avowed principles seemed to Upon these grounds the National Intelli bf God'n house and the conscience.This 1. EDITED BY MORRIS & WILLIS. equal claim with the T rtbiest of them to the ps-
it to offer the steadiean'1 sincerest hope oi its claims to a continuationand portion of the work should commend the F VLLEIL'S HOTEL, \Va.lilngton City, tronage of the south* & public, to whose peeauss
t gencer presents It is well and D. C., corner of avenue and interests our Journal > especially devoted. ,Dt--
moderat4overnment.The confidence work to all Baptists. printed EVERY SATURDAY, IN Pennsylvania
wise and of that
a extension public makes a large and handsome volume. In our PUr JED TIE CIT 12th street,EDWARD I. FULLER, proprietor, termined to do all Hsfpowerte merit their patronage
National InteBlkencer has, in a word which it is the highest pride of its Proprietorsto opinion should possessit JEW YORK.At who most respectfully the attention of his ,it is most rct Bctfully sofftiUd. Address. >

ever been studious iftmperate politics and know that it already enjoys to an extent THE NEW alluptst YORK BAPTIST Rr.OISTER.-Tt presents 7troDollars j>er Annum.IN old friends and patrons, and the travelling publicin post paid. y 4
of irn the passion, what- exceeded by few Public Journals in the an astonishing amount statistical informa- general, to his present establishment now in T$RMS: 1
holing itl apar
i day. It never United States. and excites the wonder of the reader, how full operation, having opened on the 1st of D Single copy of the Co**bent, one year II
evr h ton cember last. The building itt entirely new, Three .
its detail, it could have been collected. In copies *
: made oppositionIeadfong November last, we commenced the publication
any indecent of the of the Reformation was erected under his own imme.liae superintendence Seven copies, Jt: ]0
the account -
such a8, from the mokn: of his PROSPECTUS. has Anabaptst of this family newspaper on 1 new and novel with the strictest atention comfort and Twelve copies, ii
tion.banded itself agLstPresident TAyLOR: lion the recently author Avaied himsloCheiaora p1n. No similar work, intended to contain the convenience. The rooms large and airy, withfireplaces Seventeen copies _. .
obtiCl. of the news, elegancies, opinions and literature -
in each, and furnished in "
it never lent an 'Thdikriininate support American an account of their All new subscribesigle in eluba;wills*
ha The Richmond Republican. Ih\tsts incuding of our time, to CULL from the wilderness of and comfort. furniture, beds
even to Adxninistratic from which it expec.ted labors, and their sufferings, the hour's ever flowering caprice and to RESCUE bining luxury&c. all The the hc-, entitled to a painph ift-y of**A Voice froatba
the most. It h always resolutely is worth the cost of the whole volume. the good things 10lt m the bewildering floatageof The bedding' Indies' parlor arc new u most throughout spacious, fronting on South," comprising 1ter.. from Georgia to MatSoathcrn -
CHRISTIAN Cnno\in.E.-We have looked novelties adrift, had been preiuiuly sacuuictta, and to th! States; also,t
avoided the n. either siJe wh.ic DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKJ.Y.Tms TiE attempted the avenue and opening on splendid balcony,the
0 back numbers of the .
excssesf over this work with interest. It bears the by others. ; per containing "Domsty
of af-- mark furnishing of which taste and elegance will
e our public 1
mk s : of much labor. The matter herein embodied That we have labored successfully in our vocation &Son"sratis.. :
with other in the Union. Private
compete _ _ _ _
a any
farf violence .! indecency towards PAPER, which has been three years I have been collected only by years of investigation. and produced a piper remiirkablo for its in- parlors for parties requiring such acmmotion. PRti&'ECTUS-I.I

opponents, unbound compliance towards the charge of the present conductors TiE BOSTON DAILY TurEs.-Though of especial trest. value and popularity, and one adapted to In the arrangement expense
I fellow-partisans. InJtS adversaries it has OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT H. interest to Baptists, it cannot fail of commanding :of AI.U CLASS- OF SOCIETY, we have been spared to render it in every respect unsurpassed Q THE
I ever recognd! freer4i nnd the attention of all inquirers into the higher sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidly in by any Hotel in Washington. The loc FLORIDA \VHIG.
felow-citzens & is now familiar to the circulation, in the universal commendation -
becoming facts and real philosophy history. The historyof creasing tion is every way desirable, being about midway
no matter how much the wong citzens; of Virginia. I has grown into favor -I, that denomination is intimately connected with of the public press, and, above all,in the flattering between the Capitol, President's HoU and the To the Whigs f IVcstfltrida*, and to mO.o&atinterfttd

frend no mater bo inch honore by the pursuit of a steady and unwavering that of the progress of the human mind. Aud the encouragement and c-ordial approbation of executive departments.From in the dIsa'minali.s. of' Tntkntvnind .

has ever seen elt whom the beats i devotion to Whig principles, and by amid I persecutions t which they were various times our numerous LADY READERS, in every section E. I. J''s long experience in the business. Political Pr& b pia. '
conflict might a& far. There subjected their uniform advocacy of the most of the country. (eighteen the city of Washington) he TIlE coming conta* >bf ran zht with import
t to
baa 9ugb of to but firm advocacy of Whig men and enlarged principles, of tlertion. must win for The scope, design and character of the HOME fuels assured'eal of affording satisfaction! to all who to the Whigs of FIja. T W Voice of our siti-

constantly ben which Press in free measures. them the sympathies of al cnligbtenelziu A JOIRSAT. diffVr from those of any newspaper heretofore may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting zens for the first time} tUhaard ia the election fir
spread those cr Having labored zealously to promote the history of their origin must established. The contents are fitted to en- wbich no exertion will be spared on his part to Chief Magistrate oft( Union.' A Reprnelltatin
cuntries more than y thing els disgrace i election of the patriotic and enlightened I I.bo instructive; and such a work is thin of Mr.' gage the attention of the man of business, and be merit their approvaL to Congress And )}sExecntive Officer for the
the S flatter Benedict a source of elegant instruction and entertainment State are to be chosdj1s.nd Legislators ebeet.
endanger ; The charge for In>ard 1.30 per diem.
t I Chief Magistrate of the nation, it is now ALABAMA to the domestic fireside and family circle, and it whem will fihe
devola of Jsdiciary
to infuriate weat, to play the 'DI APJST.-.e commend this The Bar is furnished with) the choicest selectionof upon appointmeot a -
success of the hon desired by its publishers to give it greater great work to our readers. every Baptist in comhlC tile striking and novel attractions of the Wines Liquors, and Cigars that the market and a Cnit'tat Senator lii these
fals fancy or peraici
fa it a flame ry'spark of ill; lation. They consider the oftlte Whig fort and encourage him in pilgrimage, and be folio higher cas of periodicals. It is Irntd the Porter wi b in attendance at the cars on fur year to come. T .jMntest u a "strife ftrIt
blow a storm c' tywhiff of opinion. above all unity considerations a rich legacy t his children. and large, on superior paper, on new their convey baggage to the Hotel free mastery;" and the will fix the fate of taitrievably.
eavored party a object personal .- clear obtained. expressly for tho ; andi of vanquished perhaps $ It therefore
; The Intelligencer ha] therefore, THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST.-The whole getting typ plrl expense.
and they now the Whigsof i in and mostfavorable
t arrangement becomes the Whigs t9rcI themselves with might, :
of this work is in
to itself the.h ble, and, as times up a style highly creditable to
ol the best J
mae the State to aid a liberal sub- the firm that publishes it. In the of specimen tYJs'ophiCllki and to go into the str4h with a seal and a.
the almos ndtsputed mission of preparation of the country. In addition FALL SESSION OF
hae gone scription, this work Mr. Benedict has made most valuable a termination commente with the nonxateas
and of n of its most valuable peculiarities, His, in reference
withstanding Doing thus The Editors will continue to give their contribution to Baptist literature. Ills hook Randolph Macon interests at stake. ti ,'
y.g. to the diversity ot talent employed it, College.
In intended
upon the campaign i to maka thi
aiming while should find a place in
conseque y intelligent of
every family
attention to the various Public Improvements the cheanttt}*i}'cr in the United States.
WHIG aefflcient The
politics of country, nc )f party it has to besometimes and labor assiduously for every object our denomination.THE A* all the Dark'Imbf'of the work are entirelyexhausted The Fall Session on Wednesday of this, the Institution 9th of Au-will WHIG will not be fo with those Auxiliary.' who ".
useful consented to 1 I CHRISTIAN REVIEW.-There is no other we hare this day, Saturday the 211 '*
unpopu- the with itwil
enhance the sound.
to 118. trumpet a4ccertain f
gust Preparatory
Jar and occasionally incur the firmness prosperity single work which even approaches, in complete August, increased the ediio of the HOME o The SchoolsatRidgway cordial the
by renown of the old Commonwealth ness and ( and Gareysburg N. C., will open on the 4th Mon- give a support he nominee of "Wait
of its purposes i re of the animosityof comprehensiveness design, leneict'l S\L for the erprtss arrnomtion ofNEW SUBSCRIBERS day in July. National Convention : .' in its aisacasf the
one side than of i favor of the other ; The Diy Paper, by J'i$; SemiWeekly History( Baptists. and ther.fO"respectfully request that all FACULTY OF great and glorious priii, 1lu of the WhigTarft. ,
dieinclinatioi 0 $5; $2, to invariably inadvance. THE CiiEftTiAS REFLECTOR AND" ATC'Jnu- who intriul taking Hie paper, will commence theirsubscriptions "". A. Smith, D. D., Prident COLLEGF.Professor it will ever be found fss4icse. and untiring. Itwffl, ;
I Henc its invoke party What days and nights must have been given to with the present num er.Tcrms.TwG of Mental and Philosophy. upon all proper occasf bold 1Ip to public serati- '

by periodical pro; sion of faith,g- ADVERTISING. tedious reading, to hard study, to the collection of Dollars a year, or three copies fur David Duncn Moru, M., Professor of Ancient ny the principles of M.*m Dernocisey iD aIICheir
make a parade of trios'fession principles" the document the examination of dry details and ex five dollars, invariably in advance. Languages. hideousness ,nakednei$ '| and d pro The affords one of the best correspondence, few can fully under The HOME JOURNAL u sent by mail to all parts in fine is -
WInG ,
of which see 8 be often Bepublican very Ezckiel A. Blanch, A. M., Professor of fallMy. and u eorapromigirousiieS3ution *-
I t mae mediums for country and city stand. It is probable that the next generationwill of the United States, the British Provinces and to and applied pure singly committed to / >* sf

: wit the greatest pa tularity only to dis of any journal in the Slte.averisement feel more deeply the debt of gratitude which Europ done up in strong wrappers, with the ut Mahmltc.Re Jems, A. M., Professor of a war against Locoit. asks nit&er aOBi- :
pens men from their lc. they owe t Mr. benedict than does the present. mos and despatch. Experimental tice nor treaty. 1't! : *

I Its own principles i worth whileto arc: THE TENNESSEE BAPTIST.-The contents of the Subscriptions, orler rcmitances and all communications Oliver II. I'. Corprew A. B., Tutor of Ancient With a view to the;$' b.ranco of the eaaaa to
In Daily Paper-One square <15 lines) History as a whole to must b addreld naid) to the Mathematics. which the FLORIDA f111G stands pledged
I for ,the National Intpioclaiming < igencer to be often are u a treaur and a Editors GEO. P. MORRIS Languages and
50 insertion 25 cents each contin such efforts of all I1ai4 true
beir intended much ,cent r ; we recommend it to others. ourselves PRINCIPALS OF I'REPARATORYSCHOOLS. Whigs, are invoked
they more N. P. WILLIS.
uance. we would not be without the information aid in extcndingltsel _thn. The paper she*)* -
f for use than show, am originally adopted In Country Paper-75 cents furnished in reference t Bapti.of the old world, 107 .J'ulhn-stree. Win. T. Davis, of the Preparatory be placed in the bandav.ry" Whig aI' the D.- '.
to profit others ratha \than themselves.The .- per square, from the fourteenth centuries School at College. l'cipl trict. -
only real exposit of the like, by those first insertion; 37-1-2 cents for each contin u- alone, fur the price of the whole work. ACADKMY UNDER THE DIRECTION Charles B. Stuart. A. M., of the Preparatory The WIHG will eojne under the EditorialALEXANDER.

who are engaged in hafp public tasks, is certainly ance.Address THE CHRISTIAN INDEX.-The volume before'ns OF LADIES OF TiE SACKED hEART, School at Garevsbnrg.Pricipl charge THOMAS '. *. *
to be in not their RO. H. GALLAHER, is in itself library on ecclesiastical history. Its NEW YORK. Wm. C. Doub, ., of the Preparatory Adnr4l.Terms. ,
4 sought el' ations my 12 Proprietor.P. real value we know not how to estimate aright. Sacred Heart School at Ridgway.The l'nncip For Single Copies, 4 $3
wordsf in their "daily conversa- riT\rie Academy i is about eight .
For five .
I Certain collegiate i ia divided two Copies, JJOO
we are, ten eagles would not bear year sessions.
ton" not their occas4a.l ,efforts cheaply io S. Our contemporaries of the country from us our copy without some assurance that away we JL miles of Harlem from the city of New York, in the vicinity The first begins 8 works after, ad int the second 21 For ten Copies, ,**. 20 00

and to passvff.talk for performa press, throughout Virginia and North Carolina would be able to replace it. is romantic and Mnnbnla'ie. The site weeks before the 2d Wednesday in June. To suchas For twenty Copies 8 30 tt
pitat elevated
anc. the prim of the Inftlli- wi confer a favor upon us, which LEWIS COLBY, 12 Nassau Street PIBLIMIER. buildings are erected in a handsome, style. The The desire to enter College, it is important that BESJ.. G. LIDDON It C.rTOTICE
indica .t breadth will if they insert the above for they be in attendance at tie opening of the ses TOL.UTIOITARV CI,1hANTS FOR
gencer (already some ]) reciprocated Oct. 12 1548. grounds recreation and promenade are neat and sion.' A short'absence at that time REV
a stat1!;andve may,therefore Prospectus in their respective journals and t spacious, surrounded with shrubbery, and pleasantly student under disadvantages which will may impair place his a .j_ 'J KXSIOS8. The'b-
ey' shaded by forest and trees. scriber,having devotedds attention for
occasion w the commencemento call attention to it. grove ,thronghout the session. Our ;; apwarte
This institution in its scholarship course of ten to the. of claim
NEW PROSPECTUS. Ila of education, yean prouscp tton agaiast
in do units is so arranged as to meet the
publiflffairs homage wants of
I a new era our advantage that can be derived from a the General Government and before Cx ongresehu
custom and net'ftcm forth both affirmatively Mrg. A. M. MAXEY ever conscientious punc young men who desire to acquire an extensive succeeded laVn and in obtaining
t ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. care bestowed on the pupils English education, without the by great < expense,
and nnAKES this method to announce t the pub hi every branch of science becoming t their sex. Languages.' The benefit to be studying derived Ancient ,by collection and purchase, probably the most
Degtivri JL lie that she will keep her Propriety of deportment,politeness, complete and extensive Mcords of evidence of the -
In open
general that the ng- TRULY A MAMMOTH personal ueat use of the Libarics and from attendance
Inaugural SHEET. the '
1 1 Presidefi Honse during the summer for the reception of ness, and principles of morality, are Literary Societies, should line and staff officers a the army o(the R.veh- .
Address' of } TJTLOR" emboies Boarders and for the accommodation of strangers unceasing aidutv. The diet is good abundant; to strongly induc such tion,from the earliest period of the ,war to.tb
PB'the subsisting quesfons bf the te or travellers generally.' Grateful for the very lib REDUCED PiE TO CLUBS. and wholesme. health of the pupils is the young der for men a student prosecute to enter their studies the her. In or- termination thereof, tq wit The names of oQ- _

doctrines which we ha ve always day eral patronage hither extended to her, she object of constant solicitude, and in sickness they he must be thoroughly upon English course, cars of the line and ataKrajT the army appointed ky
no satisfaction Her TIE Proprietors of tho SATURDAY EVENING are attended with maternal acquainted English the Continental Congress, with a reference index
AD invariable observa* of the Constitutionthe spare eor t t al. tndere8. Grammar and ,
: from the experience of the last two Geography
j I house and situated Difference of religion will an obstacle Aritheto. to the Returns known the "Washington! Papers
.interpretation to! generally that of part i comodoW.. pleasant years that it is the manifest destiny" of their the admission young'ladies, provided they t Board The expenses' of this a a follows: ," the State Papers" and other important

iL Reason, the decisions the Judiciary, and Jacksonville May 17, ISiS. paper t take it stand at the ver hea of the willing to conform ,to the general regulations of Fee, per session session, ,$22 840.60; Tuition and for Deposits information from the arMnives of the General sad
or $125 the
the administrative precedents established in weekly press, resolved to more the school. per ; cle State Governments, Was somprisiiig the nstt
times James W. Bryant, worthy than ever of its high position. They a Coarse of giate ,ear, 6ulusive of incidental expenses. general and valuable evjjemo ever held by apri- -
good -not the subtleties of those political cordingly now have the of calling the Education.The which include the cost of books, fuel, furni-
pleasure tet
rate individual the and rank of the Coa-
ATTORNEY AND.COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW ention of at lure, &c,, for room in We ; navies
worck.altrls who cannot public to the fact, that the knowledge of religion and its duties being College. respectfully tinental and State officers; Jieir appointatcats,
iiti4 find : for the ex- Will attend t Professional business i the Cur has been greatly enlarged. the primary object of a education,it is advise parnt that mor money than is necessary promotions, services, at eases of resignation j officers I
e1by Congress of the:beneficent function of the Eate Circi of Flord. in This enlargement enables thorn t lay the equivalent cd with the attention goo important a treat, ? supply? the The reasonable want of a stu- of the medical std, surgeons, mates, ptr
for of Florida. of eight more columns of reading before and the basis dent 1 injurou. practice contracting
Cou the plan of and the
but abundant war er Dirict their subscribers entr a studies fol- ia the eyvors apothecaries; chaplains to brit
weekly-being, in fact, vicinity of College, is
an addi class traeseD
ALSO AGENTfor every and department of the school. aide of the office ia the department of
army !
Itrl'p"eei't" in ;
Annextion, and tion one-fourth the old area of the ; a high A law of the State
t The course of education dege prciou. osVeers .
the .general Business in the State, Ilpr. comprises reading, elocution of Virginia a for commissary general ofsue and purchases}- -
rightful respecting Character the remedy this
authority of Paper;, writing French
and **
of Congress. and donations of binds, and the location artbetc. English bane of all is to. this'effect t department cjrthe,quartermaster m
jSvAato Colage
( gt The character grammar, polite literature Tat any ral sfsiatant -
thereof. general of the old paper-roeh merchant 'give credit to including deputy qiUrtermaster general,
m the spirit in Wljchtlie. Government slg it has under the supervision of the present a composition in prose in both languages histor: dent without authority a Coleg su- deputy quartermaster generals,wagoae**-
is to be administered un&tr the Constitution ALSO AGENTfor Editor- hall be maintained. sacred and profane, chronology,' guardian, 'jci conviction from of the o duetors and forage-maters; officers.in the ispartment
I we believe, with our WesiJent, that the best the collection of Claims upon the United It shall be neutral in Politics and Religion, at use of the globes ad delineation of maps, the elements the debt forfeit upon his license, and be fined $5O0.forfeit_ of commissary; military stores and ordnance -
the States far Military or other services, pensions, I the same time that it shall not fear. to speak astronomy,chemistry,natural philosophy, Let parents and have due ; and officers of tfet line of the army toUk"
de'J maxims4.n4 conduct of it regard to this
the mythology of
I supplies furnished volunteers, and for or breath. Ornamentaf ; al kinds useful and law, and where i fuada. to lag staff appointments, s| haa a captain ssrviaj
of his Country ,arjd of our earlier other for which the bon.States Original and Selected Articles.. needlework.embroidery and silk,che- count with a merchant,let necessary,the open aa a as an aid-de-camp, lientefeasU performing ibe da-
I Presidents; and that th< ; portt guide would I & propr110st. Its Origia.Taes. Sketches ESY&o., shall nille, gold silver'artfcial fowerl and every signated and the amount specified individual, be ty paymasters, qnarteiiaaktcrs,*and attfitaatt*
be the peculiar cur\ d doctrines of the Address Jacksonville. East bo of caratr. '1 of no article species of fac1-work, wishes of .will cease. and the evil also, officers of the continent and State naTr.

F t lately overthrown Dyru &1. For. can be over Com a foolish respect for the."* parents.. PREPARATORY In many cases, not only the evidence of sppQt
Type it mont and service can be ifeown balthesetu '
In regard tq oar FOB ign Policy, we consider Foundry orignly.I. will be procured from)first Boae.per annum, primary of the of accounts giving theliontIlypayjwhIOdeemed *

that laid down in.Washington's "Fare 59 GOLD, CORNER OF ANN STREET, N. YOR T. sources; and the readers of the POST may depend boks. stationery, and washing$1 h Te prepare objet,men for Prenaratory College but Schools the important in 3ufitinent of pensions t

well Address1a inseparably the one which TVh..u: .ubarbu. hT talcen the TrP I. upon finding in its pages the best;Tae Essays, charged to plnt. course of study foug II mcii as to meet the wants; of the staff officers, or to their idowa. Persons b&Y1tclaims

I belongs to our system] fcni to institutions lately FOUNDRYj Ly and win continue the buel &o., that appear either 1n-the domestic Paycnt ae made- somi-annually. ad- neighborhood fi which w they' located, and to pending before thfjConuniaiioner ..tttfvfsions
conductej Robert Taylor. magazines. Thus laying the whole a and nofallowed of the neeessKT
English want
nation which place iit! a happiness and freedom for attend tuality to and all orden they may receive with,wi American world under contribution. and No deduction will be made for a pupil withdrawn !ua studetYor', the oral occupations_ of evidence, although servta&nay have been psrfoer

scruppus observance of by them will deepatch.be All T1manaatured 'Agricultural. for before the expiration' of the quarter, except. ,The school in i. of College continues. ed, or in cases where tht'JVdl allowa&ea aipsBsi**
Justice andjPeace. Theaxjgns of the Fare- Hand: Cut; The Agricultural cogent reasons under the claimed has not been gracied bwatdpreofJ*
matter dlrectfon ;
nub kinds ot & wi .. which Liz. I'ot No Mr W. T. Davis,, an able
,eIEA4diu beingtb&zenhhof ourFor.rlicY a., Mr.J. PR' .tt ot beet FusE always givem heretofore Q th.i quaujt ,oJ than'six pupil months will ,be received. for r. .shorter -r.space and scasu Teacher, and'my, .own immediate such eases evidence.msyico .ba obtamed irosi >
those ofthMexicai) War of si iD any other paper, shall 60 composed of tic best ar- Muslo # reliable source, lathe esththmentofmentodclaims
: II rtdc th UiSflflfaetnring tiotes that be found-' on the piano, har drawing and Its sessions, ,' and in of pensions to the'a"
antQf "411 'of : deprlnt. can the. numerous UvlTlOul. painting, the gt. : and vacations a the same those augmentatIOn
: Pin -' Oregon newlpn. who devoted the : 'Making in this Spalsl; Italian ianTi. of ift cost of a allowance of.service. Cnmn-aaViatioas OB *
- I heed(or the &er o t subject. way guagesare Cleg prpr.T. board, to.
.AODe, look4 prt &'it lowest for three months pubUh thi O ou Agroutu&.Department superior whit ft etr enarges.- a little f fleas> must be post midIUrs of iBqairy willss
will student'oColege
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: : ll,poof49resoA.; b t ncehe eou m. the services of any writer. J lge.is fuentspkn in the :;BoaWing and p1i seize attention. NochaSairiU ke made.aakf

As the more coxnljx'! : inatferof pfr.t' ,1D!!hbll.bUe: ; 'mont ''*- -., : fi,"__u r Jl.-jtwni aS1-.,. ,. bltitutOD,. .. tught A & extra Ceelups8.; i privat per month;101ding evidence is furnished or ipbtot sueoessfaAr ftoV
4 b.o ,
Domestic ctitr' ia; suffice ou t tTP. i exchsi. ::for ziei4 9'j cli. ; td poisibte. &Ur&t4&nd .be dent., ,
jaythatw ., jhing WHITINOIC: TAYLOR reader at the earliest possible anment. J .T.!annual Vacation will mmeDc the'l.rt' .... :,':' ,5' .EngliIistucli. #O : -- E ,nfi< Wshtnit13 ,
o(publie acuoo for the "1 'O qlT;and ?
'e last -. :SdCr't ._ MonevMatkr..._. Monday at G&esburg. .
ift ntj oakftwarjupon. We Rbrt'TaJt. 11 1
years believe Sptmber. It"i
: The B&nk Note "f. outd l"lo. B.Stuart A
jJ O'B: JrX'R'J'N'iT il corrected
.noble Public j *I.N.G-i1 full Lt eky' RiFohr ;i appIyto the for
c1 CeDt.Mw .. ; I & accurate 1 vtEisho4jogb ad atitIdgewayNc.w.; .IS 7fam
1 I 'V ; f tlat fytotect4" ,lbdustryand: the. .XELYZXZCVTgp: 1 I l'.; p t: .&nt't'te'Mak at .k1. : nor, Sacred,Hesrlror t p Ai fo'thsImdySup.HszgoinV. ; M.have engaged the service of Mr,W. C. Doub.A! JV their HoteLI eentU7.pApatiL( .

j uBcinif rw, wnicn mace q iDoaepi spciety, ATTHEOP1ZCE ,. ,J1i. .f f LI\ ,.''E. Crl. street, New York. ".Ie.1 .u 8;lth' at The gsnUeuea gadut I Ay,ear ilnos reception;of SojenmersJacksonville *ttmpoU.r1' -- -
; : Ihf wealth1 the'strength Wthf'Stale and the .'J j Engrii'1ngifzjo Idnds.'in moderation Th ,Maahattanvia.'inSBlob'mingdsJ.. I wlJmUtnttMV'( $t npu"tiol. and East FrltAThsI* 1$1
OF THE FLORIDA BEPUBLICAN. \ ,also b&vsbeenteacbfng eminent .
I t 6. Li1 : shall not be forgotten. But the POST shall will pass by the Sacred Heart whtnm. I tint.I'TMieholastk-ysa ; that plied with the very but. ,
i never ; b. divided fish
passengers to or from tho Institution. at wi into ;caught directly from.hP SIIJQbR I
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