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: September 6, 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: UF00079922:00018
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sdophd SolI'the koreranvettt of uJLORIDA hetUd&I. 1U.1 Wt\t wf1 rt1: j iL-g 3Itt M "!tW 6.Ht.. .,& "onor, of.. Jt'.tbat you have. no faith in Ient.W t lI ;ctio forbOde-tbat'ei.. '. be.heart or o ihan ODe I UstearjjtMj'paTce
..S T. Uh.ati eCtlllr1.fofoD term; tiiU"j And pP t
yerto 'ci \Ilb'n.. i.fl.it oucpowrsj'! the eyes of the noble r. A 'tt ..f'Cf.f1t t 'vAp5OaCbe4; the nttt4Dobi
.f. othi.. k>M tho nntTbnrid yiD'iteMlkOTOf )" d 'JJ 10S 'AtT l'f-O fl; t1fS ) I tl' inquisitress 'AS SCI'US '9 f. these: eomuning aJTOdChiflgthe .t apaitmt
Mt |Ml\.. i. c-j t ..T.WI .>. .0 ;) b ti4q .4 ) Mol_ 's to.O"t,( :; the -1bentiUTiT'on'dfringly3pn ligffe. (, dmmr: th ttootJr" bel' > uit4 ,IUDUneDa.'ca4i
InT-one suddenly droopfrig ije lwidrom ,
6f-"the t''l' af'St' figure olj- hersietcabed,e..Doro ,ib.a
fJi : allle& young e .
; !dr (IU'j "j.i1 : !fri STAT -.t aQ'ljers lr
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.. '1&t ,:.. r.tS1asI'!; TJ ii / palace,.( urLngJlIerelgnojdc rst.J3mee, 'How "..asrji(. Tiira. before tthogTTby' : fcmdin writing and arttlmetio, Af'tacaR"tb&m.occurrecf in''theoffice rof wa t .il. rg t'ft06 f ot mxThaDd is it p08Sible.Mad to represent. .Ha. e as', f eai a.ltepl.i.nd: 1riAdo1r..hd '.
VMT Una 916 j t jtfc 4cv'.withEIib'gramtuaraa4rMffrat lIon. Senatorial beauty?founft kirgir1sfiim wI 6e..softly he fetures.oQurj.adygpriqu" .a.theL j w.ner t *" cnts/i **w/ *uc Kcnuc 1 tJ n'g" J1 opened to idither egress upon ,he .b*
aO t. With tbe% District;by toe aeath.of James" Ht,T;Lorimerf li"nt'biiT' madethe'otfJ,v."Kund'tor '
>kr, $ : e abort. lgher4kiaa rounded 1 jpiripde1;'n4 M br Ar 1idfitid f IIf.ht
hM o1'i Eakllih Maeation embracing naUral and u the thirteenth Senatorial District,by kiuhdimpled eheeks'tb Wnsbr of 1re ;r ak J&i M fefW' I\j\f in' tit:rahers19t ..
the resignation of Hon. Aldrich-It.it hopeanil.jJeasure.: F I Mw a-- WP rfteJt'glali cA the iirt t.t J nd tt Ode&JthU. .
Lows Jtert- D
Cental aajmora.J,philotophr.'jheUnCjloXia a41 ve"ff.dedfJ i". l 'wailnarfdible! the b wiM?.
botanr.'ctuBblstrjt ceolog7 bookkeepingad ,- by Onfrtrrf-That an'election bo1 held in said Diirtribts laughing,eyes could never have Jcn W tears- e olIbpfthtt Scottish-Tnaiden.'f" xjK. 'I have. fajn!of thafeVeJati.owhUe ,.w.ux."eii andaxn3t '. ,
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poIiUeat 1II1'if30; the abore,' with latin onlilnuday" >first day Bf October next, These'Were gathered found ah'dpe'nVindbw -- ? "I. _I t e!U aut peace 1 tdl hT1c1ie kndrIiiof'f u$PO Iit" t 1""L --
FnnenGfA k algebra to U,said vacancies. .' v anJholy "Jibed }row"n'tMt't'9&& p"reult 0, ,Jj : On
; geometry, mensura '. J J Jdofcfn Spba-thVrpalace''garden resighatipn"tipon earthly"face- I e."t t. %thtOUkthgmuMs'anin _- ill
tion, fca., .$30 'inairt piano.utraQJ40 Given nnd6r"my nand-and-ine'iseal ; bending ; ; ingy'BeBre him, on, his ,
; over thef f andmainly& drawing and paUliag,iextra J25; lilt of piano, .n.:: of 5 the Statw,of Florida a. "*hSEAL. e' tapestried workr then ted commonly aested'eon'eb;tested the fbrm9bf' the"ScOf1 the trees?the 'j
,ar term $4; per term $1. One half [ ,, ".] Capitol in the city1 of Tallahassee, jenm4hedelicate.gers; .It.ho /,"lifted.by eBytbe,same impulse of enthnsiasnv tihrnaideflDorethj.1. '". 3''* tf ** ,".*" nosU& band followedtbe trackof -
j1 : thee
the tuition to b advance 'Lh. other half this 26th day'of? tie- A.-D.'1849,- tank beyond the cares ajid concerns of house PWtYjf l *$ ifOod. 5'' wrj been the actfoft'of a'momentthe
: ?3d of : :
and American
year Indepen- b ed.to.tf1e..4espood PdOOi8e1eearoeerthepOnalafid1
.amofJaJril : '. old management,and he trigtbu4s'Jl n1- speaker, jarid'forthe : /
d ence. next\Vanck kad1 fallen bis
knee burst intrt'tl rhrtniii
first -
1 ti1tie did on $ *
m 'beneath they'acknowledge thV confrootinr the paj4
BO 4U > n" "W. D.'MO'ELEY fl' g the skilful rieeaies of L.tb1f ir attraction befoi.'his beautiful'yfsjtant |
or.1lQTIU1 TION. .,, :
J j : ,Attest. : ArE.. MAXWELI, workwomen,seemed all that Of the inspired countenan '. Nothing ber-remimbr ingtn1fludfo ter afhis silent tafl kIl.;.the veiled maiden\8at,:
Mf..William prineipai-bf' taaie* dpftrtasM 3 "} f i'Secretary engrossecNheir ould exceed brfUikncUiftnf (1iiIn, Therew 'a Jt1Jbant before :him. id '
of State. 'Jm IZ-td tbo nni<. light
thoughteon ml"o't
) .that.lovely*, thoueh. 'of'her 1vflh1'T14R.. ,
monuaei- in th tn1
a. GtM-3IalJ, assistant male a'
; v '. '' mal'lr feet etartJed tire
sunshinepn: th.lae : lorm@rfMIn'_ __ M.ion'. ;
department lUr. ic.. U. L vpKer, principal orfemale EXEr..UT, .. ,; .. over their graceful heads had passdenoub, ing enhance4he OtY.flD7kffldROth., f.th' '711:-grftj she jwaVed:;:him'f oIiis and -recalled him'otktrrtb- n -fcgWatfPmore' -
9epartm*d ; Mlb Mary Ann Potter, as 'J. VIDEPARTMENTi.s.t9:.. summers to teach that '.h.owevet-'we.tread, crjuld so beauty of,*xpresf t sk',1j4nd.pointedl6r1 Ius' ; :Upon
autant of female; 1 partment. Board may be obtained GtntuI..01lD .T. ., 'J f.;. < even' among fflovrersi; we must n ount sion ashe shade.f.i n iv:J thoughtfulness Tfiaf earnest; 'scattere4'jeiicli; tiful.truant'tbe ( ." srtiipringfOg .
in priTatoUmaifes in the village,"washing thonis.\t r then mfnglmg'withsit: -'Tbe- Duchess 'wss' p'assionleis "gaze'recalled',hecIeamer fi6m t.Hi: : :ch;her hands cJalpioi
mad Rights iaolnael-frW 8. to: 10 dolkri per N.Election i:;is=hereby ordered.to .oath. 'Th. B 41 ofTruteell have,,in course 1L the Firs\Division of \he FJoridA. 1iI.itiaJ1q. alwaygj summer q..thosQisJight-hearted spell flung 't undth t6wards''hlmr was' igbfdt br'ed "peaceful 'Intend' .. iexrorAtthe
.f erection two It dOk'hue ., with wo rooms in the first'Monday fn' October-next- the places ones. Each bent. 1al1 hingly' OTe;,ber.task,' liste.ninsf grpup.%..And Burely.you could and guileless}'a Ilgh thal-tbe { -. .broke frpnijier''thedto D.Piw
ieaeb large and jaeoemmodaU Mkms. and will be able to appointed by law-for,the election pf;;cmmty offi now dnd' ffien pausing expectation' Somewhere. d.aJperfe modeL'.w Ujfl presence from;tbi reality her: 8Ola ,i ..upl; the .
.ferUMy, 160 students..The cers, for a Major General to command said Division -. summons'8', for the Queen bad not a i 'Yesj Madame, amongthpse ,whoare ex- and the 'fadjed id asVan.1yck; convulsed. u ,I )e the truth bUrst 11 1-i..
to "nil the risen hOI3f'visioof the
occasioned yet Sanour'smother :
fcouM will be coW.lewd by the 1st day February vacancy by"cthe resigV wtfedas }'as beautiful t ultaneously on eaof Marvin that '
MtU The fliPr IcsUtate i* under tbe eoa- nation of Gen;'!.,Bailey,,,j : ; r,>A ,, and the terrible tyranny'of court"ceremonies 'have; .we: ; 'and even' there rOse'be{ i,'hint again. 'Bding'reertmllybefore -i- teaching a .6.wwu,
but J
trot of tke Hori Conference of the M..E church, And election is hereby ordered to be held in had.not m p rfeyery.iunny spot has ceen one, whose perfection'realizes her,'as be apprbached the efeelth ; of lessonjjf.Jtepentance/or the past
eonttk .' mile the Second Division of the Florida Militia the its my yisipnings. Alas!, shewbom.lhave tyranny and" djfjnat, calling in
; locatadi 'n pelt from Thomas- on shade and the only /shadow "artist continued up many
cast J his i
task witbr;
yule, Ga. From Ike prcrerbial healthiness of thep1aee. first Monday of October next, at the place s p". that'fair; J: wai the over found is lostto me: she 13 a noble lady who hand a faltering long-dormant: !Iiil1 of' human kindirees. .
scene 'presence 'a but the .
pointed by Jaw.for the election of jpf lady, ; calmness' bf Wfair del Tkn>
and the HID.known''ability and raccesss; I county officers, { would disdain to sit to a artist.-.. lI1 looked en aC. alimnambulistfTkiu .hadl -
u experienced teachers, jof,the Board of Instruction for-a Major General to command said divisioffr whorby bet age, and fctave= dignity seemed "Aa he ceased V poor #** commnnicated itself'to' htm '''bydegrees, ,:as she been led in herdftams to become The Uf

(elected by-tie; Trustees we hope to chare.a fill,the vacancy,occasioned' by. *.the'.resignation' of., of.advanced rank, and in evident recollection Dyck bent his glowing he proceeded; at its close?that midnight hour spication pf the nc-wscious >;
Gen.Samed *> gaZe'again onlhe Dorothea 1 "painterthus
liberal G'Cooper. ol her young : while themaiden's
pe.tcona&l1D abroad... responsibility.and, required etateliness.. found Ootlwohearts beating,1 withiri the Jed him
Officers commandingBrigaeRegimentdjBai.. I unquiet, mien and brow pal onward "ur.t.ptLth or lame. And ,,
W. &uUK. q. I ,Po P. $' frJf.Prea.. talons and companies within the State,are hereby lady was' the. Grand Duchess D'.Alby, betrayed .beet consciousness blushing oft.hewords'veiJ ace walls'morefeyenly with friward. :'peace need it be'told thatb1creatioi 'won for) him
I first .
lady in .
t required to carry into efletft! tnis order within 'witipgand uardianad inoniitress thank o drawn' together in that"_ ient! the4yearned for and far
meaning and on'the minds of pr? f more,laid tb.iS
BOARD or TRUSTEES. the limits of their respective,commands, and make 1o-the'ybnng'maids of "honorl'gatbered ; each of t" :
foundation of his
.t returns to the work me 'burst' the saine" greatness What, need itj
l v. P. |;P! SMITH, President..Rxv. W. D. ''MOSELEY.' around her waiting' Her Majesty's summons Dorothea was the noble model of''the suspicion, :Four hours had passed,arid the early morn- to be-told that, a fevrfeuomhs c from the pasv,

H.W. SHARFE Sect. julrl2-td toth(rAuties.-x,Of .the lovely workwomen-' young painter's'wishes. The Grand proud ing light fell,upon the pale! "features of'lhe lug of these scenes,,4 ue was celebrated thei
___ one distinguished, from her cumpaniohs Duchess artist as he turned towaros his _
WM. Pot Treas. noMe'modelt of the
Esq. marriage
alone blind pau&frVan Dyck,and Dorod
1 r. R. Hi LUCKBT.r. I Guardi n'li Sate' II" amidst coquettish adornments by the-studi dslmpbcttyofber'falr and_ a was_' ito the.:.passing:.scene: and laid .his na.lpttf"in'' .. -- -' _ail__<_>nr n_>_ it"f\_. '_.W'.";_foo,..- thea, the beautifulVirgin -hisl dreams"i _
virtue of,a decree,ol the Ciroui of features her robeof greater degree sympathy blended in The task '
: : GRnTIN.tLv. By .pourt her wasendedj'a work of beauty and among her highlandtnesses? -i.
tone asbe
G. A\ MALIJCTT.KIT. ,"Dnval County I will expose at'public:sale black.velvet\J ell open, iliscovering a..full turned again to the 'arti..t. inspiration/glorious i io its majesty s jived .t 3\ ,I---- r r J.
sell 'And this '
and in'front of the Court House in mid noble-Jad ,.who is she?* : -
'coun- w ite, satin petticoat, while deeji ruffles falling to"the world to become hereafter fPinsoNAiTiurolilii
the JOBS
Isi'L. POTTER. tr,on Mondaytbe sixth day f'August'liut.'all The 1 Virgin herself Madame.', gnid- C Cii'f
JAVIS: Kttisfer, Esq. the-Interest of Norman-SL Ives; a minor, in.and from the elbows, pnTy allowed_" '-p.rtiaI ose.b ., and am 'nJle i ing star of Van Dyck. A sense'of the realty -' HOON.-Less ia probably known to the' pub-."*

Capt. Dj t. BIRD, Sen. to a tract of land"in said-' county known as."Ilaizard's -'' glimpse" of ihe, small founded arm;'and''her and gravely. in adieu spoke. bent 'gracefully i of the' passing scene rushed' back upon lie of the pendnale tbs great exponent of?
Bluff. 'EDWATID' .R:.1ES. only ornament-was 'a littlediamond cross/ he casting a glance upon the young man's heart, as he turned to meet I South-Carolina opGj&than"of, an oth'

?ebra._,The school;will* open the first' Monday in- June, 21-, ji tds.: u .r;'f p Guardian...i .... 'J!. the.50uveirirof a.::lpBt and beloved -mother; j ject. troubled features of- his -pictured- sub- the calm gaze of the Scottish maiden, and of our eminent Itat eu'A"r.umber"'otl.

.' .( _., this.simple. attire was further deepened by A stretching out his hand imploringly hi stood ; facts reference to&apersonal babitsu" \ .
: Circuit-- Cotirt' -IJn] IIte-n. Cli-euilt. I long veil,'flung over" her dark tre sand 1 !'If I gain this prfre/Madaine,1 he'\&riD' struggling to frame to;speech some h whith ".wIII t.
BRITISH PERIODICAL LITpATUREi. The SraiepfFjond.a, JildchuajCQuntjjy .j mingling* with. : the .folds of' h' r' sombrew as he 'passed before theDucheSB.1y01J .wondering: gratitude for,the'bo !prove 'of interest tq lilt readers. The.fankol

TTALUABLB P1L iXil'TO-.WITW; SUBSCRIBERS! Gregory Yale, complainant ,} Bill for the specific' I dressy ''! vt- -o ...E:$ *ty> 'j ;'see' "''Die.again;' if not, I shall' ieave,-Jwigland. thus strangely granted>him; but, 'as' il.-con-' ily of,the SenatorcbV' of Mrs,
John H:Lewis rs. Wife '( "performance of a ..Dorothea.was of one i.the.noblest; Scot l. .. )1', ,. )t., H '. ,t I ious of his'intention,' Dorothea-'rose; ;arid and seyen children,.tlOJ these, one.son.is-a j

Subtcribc tarlt'ichile*. "o" .(oe? terms' *.*-are JojI B:Jewett and and wife;and, v j I written injunction'contract',1Thos. ; and ,tish families, and inheritress pfi its' high pride According to the Queen's arrangement, drawing around-her slight form'the- fold* lof i planter in Alaba.m! ;,; tI.next a captain;;in;'oa

J defendants. Bother rtlio.C.f'i c anadigmtyLord Ruthven; her f ther, pos Van Dyck took possession of BlaiflbnfHduse, her veil, bent a long?earnest look on the the armyatNewOwiws,- eldest dahter'ia i r .

REPUfiLICATION OF : I T having been made to appear to the satisfaction l'ICssmg an esbntcheoh as" famea fo'rMts' unstained. situated opposite to the Palacef there he was noble revelation f.tb _Y' &in. Mother, and in Europe,,'wifrof our charge at Eei i&

\ of the CootVbythe affidavit of the com .'nobility:as his vast'estates1'for their to worl out liis design for the''fl red'prize, without word of adieu explanation of her gum iXf the three;ni at home,' oneb.

Tin INDQUARTERLY'1XEVW EDINBURGH: ; "[..: : plainantin the above entitled cause,that .t be.said extent .nwiad1' u "4tw l !:ff ,fMR uweUas redecorate; chapel ornaments. a ilence/glided from the Cba el''across .thea1a physician, the other_.: yonng men cT 20 2

THE.TEC NORTH JRTTIA JiiviEW, that defendants the'said reside John out-of\be H.'Lewiaand circuit wife aforesatd.'arid reside in.tbb' 4.ort time before 60ur.ta1e, opens, ,.thevoungScotch Hardly,:had .he J 1).o instaUed.,in"; thekrpyal .grol.ndl;',and, ;.ascendjing'thef.stph'e'whence !and 18. Mr. CalI.bas.npon.libt4l.u!

TH WESTJH REVIEw REVIEW, State /4abamsand that the said Thomas B., 'maiden bad,been brought from studio,.when.his'>,ncils were seized to l port, .st 'sappear d l.the.ot"I 1dW. "everything of Soutbftir roduetwny,;bnt 'js'J*
BSTE* : Jewett' her Highland'fastnesses to of The form haunted his' she had himself.a eaterS ''heyjew'frooi'his'li **
and'wife reside in the State-of Connecticut occupy a posf tray jwhicb'had imagin- emerged. 't "t.o; A\L spare
1'i A Dj : -therefore,>on motion of the said complainant''. honor near the queen.Vfbr the v purpose' =of atioJt ever since interview with'the.DUch-..: Alas!fot the poor visionary! -For.*moment ft *- J nmnvandTa 1IIII iI\i m an4iln .n II44Oafi4 .-

J"aWOOD ; 'MAGAZIjfeTh ,' by William., his solicitors. Forward it Is"ordered and Samuel th'afhotTce'L. Dwrittesqs. of the. ,.completing; bet Aducatioou ).* .. vaccompJishmepta J es8.Bmt asthe bright figure bft the young' he Blood,watching that form pa*'.from' ilesaifliz: studylA 21JJ et

I", ; pendency of this suit be published in*newspaper. extant jn !ijjiose,..days: But one. girlrose before him,his sight was dim and unsteady his sight with.th. |.st. struggling- remnantof 'south ofh1niansiokis but ones -rqom

(printed in the circuit aforesaid) for the space. heart"L'ad"charms', 'for"the young strident; ,,aod bia band faltered: its task. A his wild hopes.'and then, overcome with one ,doorl 'fls 7 Wl4Y not large, ,but _

York, tmmedUteljje above perfo le th&)a ii tre arrival reprinted the in British New four months requiring the'said defendants to Appear naturally thoughtful motherless} and left to'tbe Tiew,feefirig:''intense .its"depth, was strug exhaustion and exciteb1entifelbon the, vacant choice, aha most fcbooksrelate, to the

steamers, in a beam'' fol clear type by on fine white the and answer the said bill,or in default.thereof, guidance: her"own fancies, Dorothea g lrng'in his beartj'myriads of vagrid'J fancies coiicb, in the heavyjsleep'which' sac,' Union and her "iiittjuQding $ s,.' ,The.Jkey.of tbij
sameand all the matters and things therein had from. ch ldboodj make herself rose each4imeihc: ? the I ceeds intense mental rtiQni' The be keeps al hiaIB ndi1.
paper and are. r.jtrd copies of the originals alleged will be.taken 'as confessed them '' : ; joved jo> assayed complete7' ex \ morning ij sounder
Blaekwood'i Magae': Wing an exact facsimile aid a decree rendered accordingly. against, ; friend amonj-ihe.pictured ancestors of. her creatioii.7, Alas!,for-the,dreamer! The day light, streaming i it .upon Jiis,:haggard .features ate contro wheoit *. No' one.eiters ,

.views f th.of Edinburgh.the three neat:, iditio*. They in embrace the Given under my hand, at Filatka', in the circuit" y .house.:".DaUyw the ]large"galleries! might 'was passed in struggling to realize his,vision; ,roused the j 'nterfrom his lethargy.- but himseI4unles&w\ there. .His, boi

.17. Whig, and Ral.parties V'Blackwood"England-To-and the aforesaid this 20th day of April,"A. D. 1&49.TH6. .---' u beeen a fair f bung' form, holding converse," and'the'nigbt"surprised Jiim pale and'" -- .Bounding from h4 t couch; he rushed to gaze stands on the Senece; iver, 1000 feet abovfrl1J200

"London Quarterly '--are.iXory the'Edinburgh N -. DOUGLAS, .. ... in thoughtw5rh the generations passed away hausted,'"by. hiaeldesponing"of'rsUc= upon,his"work' md')its:,'glorious \beaustruck.up the lerel of toa.jseav feet aborethe70or80 : ,

Review" Whig; u c the Westminster, Review" ,;TtdA!; 4c.,4. and insensibly girPs,untulored, mind began teSS.f1S7" q .O' -Lr )4' zi the h art of its creator ,all aspiring -' iver. There are, i qs negroea _

RadicaL The "No h British"Review: is more' I, Robert Youngblood, clcrk'f"th' Circuit I to notice and appreciate, as'time passed < 4nd for the youngsubjectof his dreams i as were his!visionings. ;A.;dream of on> and about the p1Thelargestpaxtof.;i

diUd eta religious by Dr. Chatnton charm* "er,'aud Living Aniv,'been Dee originally hi Court for the countjeaof 4 huo.aod
being conducted by.associated bis.; eo-in-law.uvn Dr. Hanna death icrebycertify copy of an,that'the order made foregoing and'now order'on file'in is a correct visioningsj and Paul Verdnese, Gnido, and D yck from' the Palace the mockeries, the and then a sudden. thought by whose'aid he alarge'cottonplantatiunder the manages

with Sir Mrid tJrew ter. Its literary iffice. '' ,. _,my.,, < ,Rubens were' able masters,toIhe young eniiouiJ'- glances thefs:rcasms of the fair advanced on that high path of fortune:- Thepainter ment of his eldestecnliarLnapner. so 'llr. Calhoun has a.'

.karaeter is tff the v rt highest. order.- In testimony whereof-N I hereunto>1T 'set'my band?: 'dreamer; and when youth usurped the place .group were lavished on' the"drooping) bead fell on his knee before his .creation, > ofbing, drainage and **

and seai'of office, this 23U .day-of April A. D. of U Dorothea and' tears his acknowledgments. planting,of such utlfli that' his **
PRICES (IF scsseitiacD FOR EARLY.) of childhood- childish,fancy deepened to >e young without mercy Before wildly bursting were : neighbors'0

4 1S19.. ROBERT YOUNG LOOD.'' Clerk.. 4 :a. fervent passion;' and*'Dorpthea :ame"lntotbe' they bad separated that night, the slight- ., ? *""*, r- -,'his 'as> modirffarm.His" crops are" ,

Tor'For any any two one, fire f dolfart.<('fo reviews.- any,three$3 per, seven annum dol;' May. 3-LI.I 4m. --.a-, world'to'tas'te ple'asure9'and l nd experience e d'beauties had made theirgentte'compan- The close'of an nour"bad brought .coin- r epresented as far Cte''those"; bf any other;"*

Ian;for all four of th.etewa eight dollars;for by.the: side-.of LAST '
.Blackwood'f Magadan ***** dollars;for Blacky ': NOTICE. aim and hope,in her young,.,guileless heart; her the painter's choice. .We know not how with a.firm.- tep and flushed>,brow.tfWhocin 1 f arm.3is known as i Jt Bill,.from aLJorf 'y

-wood and three reviwi, nine dollars for Black- T 0 ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS t he'yeariing.to achieve a glorious fame,in' far the promptings each of those young tell what: had :'been1 he ponderingsfof: which once'stood.trnthe: time of the revoutionarywar. ,
mood and the four retiiws, |ea dollars annum. UNDER THE ARMED OCCUPATION Vain hearts led that hour in the brain the"'futurenpble. M jcalhoun's habits
per ACT-The undersigned.;Agent"of:the Interior; the' noble art which'she was a worship- them in eir,dream; but we teeming pf( Are*#
FaymtrUt lobe NiJdt in ttll cases in advance. willattend at the following places on. the.day pe r 111."' r ,.v'* 'It;' }n> ) do know,that after,her jevening prayer, the ,master jmageryl! He seated ,'himself ery regular. He rizeroises at4; or 5 o'clock-4-*

PBtMtCMS.n/JM, 5 specified below,to take and receive proofs by do- : But to return to morning tasks oi the' last l thought in(the Scptcb.''maiden's pure and before his writing materials,i tLDd with e on horsebac or; in a; long walk tfiwrites -
poSitions before him in r lationto'the settlement. mind devoted1 untrcmbling hand traced few and over the farm for an h until break.1
T; '*" I I' ''I fair group. -,-Ten o'clock stru k,-.and each guileless" 'was to her fellow- a a lines >
Consisting of back;yo1imts'of the following ra occupation of all persons ,who obtained,per- headwaslifted. to the large time-piece, worshipper at the'shrine of the most noble..then;'as if fearful of, their consideration hast f ast at 8, and after< b&$ fast, is busy in his &
liable works vie: Bdntl y'| Miscellany; the Metropolitan mite under the act of Congress entitled "An act young voices o fthearts.4 .,. i'securing: them with their. Silken'.8tring: l ibrary until 1 'or 2' 1'Friday'which! is-*3.mail.layf .
to provide for the armed occupation and settlement while a'chorus'oC wondering. was .. "
M&g&aineh Pnblin J :
Ma- .
University crr .
o wen forth fwrn.,his, monastst1 dioandainong he rides to t1llage: His fl&W
.,wine; Blackwood', .gaiin4\ the London, the of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida,: raised n'evident'surprise at the absence ol
Edinburgh,the Forefen*vLmirt rly,and the Westtinster -' approved 4th August,1812,' and"who were occUpants expected addition to their circle. >Hardly waarrnidnigbt'the; broad Tshadow )oftheii the busy,stirring, worlds* ". ,*.-A v paptrsaofwhich la;? numbers''are"sent'tot -*
under that act and the act amendatory thereof S '!/v. '.: : .him ih'tb21alIfoT
: Reviews.. ASy HM pubsoribinr to Blackwood ba4t echoes died away-whenthe door ofthe tall'' trees1 j in the Palace: ardend-.stood are spread theuseofhW83

,,or to one of. bej Rfiriews at ;dollar a occupied,approved under June said 15th.acti:1 aM$ 4.did and :not-'voluntarily who settled or .saloon. ,was flune open to\ "entrance 'out in bold relief .agaidatrt:moonlit, stat- ,i It"was(the'p'rdvince of. the'gran, DiCi S1 isitors.Heis'Very-|spftable, '" 'a great,r--
year or to any two .f (h,* periodicals at 5 dollars .Ive jower-beds while D'Alroy.to'open the.bile1saddresseIotheoble l on 'eyen'in the'eeg1ib&bood of b '
will receive gratis of bf relinquish or abandon the same, but ontinued:$ to the object of"their snrniises; -tbe -painte> i ary, and dewey beneath ,
above named.mat!*'A:jrokime c&bflcriber any to the three premioms reside on said frontier'south of the line dividing .Va'n'Dyck.vAt'the"annouhcenierit'Qffhid I tbe old abbey'walls 'adjoining( 'the 'grouzi4f:: n maidens under her-charge-and ,that wn'hbdse andinaBJ t&ations'opae-

efthe periodicals, 7:Atll,rta year or any to the 4 Townships. number nine and ten, south and east ofthe. name there.was a general flutter;.among the.jearisand I e ven among their creeping mosses and'rvy. morning tme was delivered 'toherybearing l ife, 'is most. estimablupright, and bonOr'

'renews at 8 dollars!!KiR receive,TWO premium aiding basevine to: effect specified the.objects in the of act said;of act 1842thereby, vis; : : .satin robes jof. the.fair. .gids, ike, glistened in the silver light' flung'down 'by the 'name of Lord Ruthv o'8'\:fair rdaqhter, $ ._' .
volumes above. j..flfcbijriber, to. Blackwood Newnansville,'Alachna county viiMon1fty, the yvii.of: a ,f flowers beneath I night's (air,Queen:' Midnight:.yet;that silent the youngDorpthea,. Its'persual; .afiordea a '..
.4 and reviews'three reviews and BlackWoWjat a' 9 oq.sre'10 a dollart Irear. or, win to the're- 7thMayi-S iiI e Ci'"' w 't ". i *,). U> the'ibuch',df 'the zrip evening: breefceVa'rid. each" i hour found one of earth's denizens,sleep. the bewildering discovery of Jhe following ic VIar'Tos'vis1N' ; .- will. seemj

..ire THK.KK premioia vo oart.ftj At 3t.A'gustinfe, 8tJohnacountyaonTeln" ratfut'fold'8 &.Tanged."the''IiJkenottom3 i J JeSS'arid'uqcbnsciou's 'oT:Time's/passing-- t Enes' r v 'V "noro* .' Jl'-r.1, >- :!. anous to thosewhoe1ct..aware of the%>
day.'lStbMay.) r "of. sa f. 'V.n.Tueaday "vixAtr struggling amidst the stern stoJ all toil, that 5 *' '''' ""* ir3S; '-.'B. *1; !t &u'"Tell f act,: thatthefirsttgy4 built Europeans-; ,,
of ,
: Pteate be pdrtjitr V. tAi The young-pupil 1 jRubens mer-Itthou artindeed an;angel H-r
namine prt 4H k.il p. Y'! pon.the.JAm ricaa co1ent: ,were St.-Aa'!
The hourhad
of the
brainy ;
teeming come
.4aindGtldtke nbxnbed "* f ciistpmed as.he to look beautiful I Tell DJe--if.
vmrtt for. May. was p"oD.th thou'wouldst not drivifrme $en-
:easlFfcrid .
.1' ., .' Kfe'llonvine'Orange-county,1'on'Tuesday; among creation, could' riot refrain. I'round to find Van Dyck, before the unfinished selessthoa Who hast'rgiven iflfe'n4: guftine,'m anjd, Santa Fe/tlMr-M

c ,v, }.G. '.."I 29thMay.. ;, 'J. IJ "t. glance. of sutpfse.and, admiraiiprrbri! suddenly image.of his visionings jn his..monastic b opewastTTthon'7a.womanOc: 'afltang4 apital :of..Ne\vij'Mx The, rirert" Gflat J

Tour copies of any"x>ir;J. / f the rabove works .AtUcilstiMaiofl un y,, n.JCndaYi., I findmkbimsetHn the'midst of'so"brilliant. studio: there"vvpre, traces "JTeavy thougbV f i & wa&ew
y nue..} .,....' .,.. .. f, '" r 9' 'ligh; that.burstupon"fdyy, Jghld $t nownf and goldvwiafl }aghtiaCaifdnuaW3d
will be 18n'to .J. II' exhaustion the featureaS
one of the and painter's '
addretg jOft payment rog-I f At Lake Zrndsay.Benton ountr on r.Iondar.25th ., a tarcle Nor was iiivoJantary i emotion fU izht I fc* fc'w 3Y' '" *' c' '5 .It t ere tbe fire white"nkv bad endeavored **
mlar ; %
subscription for.tbm-Hjie fourbcopy being,. "' .tJ ,4 i.CI"t1.it"lI \ belaid down histaletteand.pencila'witS' a 'Ts 4 ffi" } _
JlIl1e: maidens ? } WiWeih I
"uj unnoticed byJhe nobje ,,, "ViS met'
,1. r"*
> "U."M to find home the of New1 .
.fratis.. .No prtminmi wt M gfotii where thoabove., At Fort'Fanning, Levy county,-OIl Monday;9th The Duchess pAlbyaltrj>uting the young sightherewas.a-bitter despair which held t. ;,Y ,,'4'i)9 1t1- '.t.1YD l. I : a on- ehqrt England. ir- ,
51 Tiere'arr doubtleas-j?frlie1
e ei'Wahdine'j'within
July. '! For an'instant sat' the* jrtatelmonitrea
? I : the hi.bioearnupnurings.- -
allowance is ma4e to cl"9 nor will preminms in' nit'dinb'arrassment (6 the dignifiedrhauleur ; key tQ I _
,any ease' be furnUhed... *4 ,*iie gnb oription II 3Qthul,A'Tampeiiillsborough i' : county- -. on-.,ijpnday, of her greeting] condescended relieve r unlike It'wltlJi ever 4 thus. 1arn, but g azing upon the 9..1.lLud siug'qsi9i riS.- had c fallen cbmmencei buildings' of n'sent Panama' ,th fe".

.paid ./., to the p$1i4vrithout" recourse,Joottiil. 1 >At KerWVst, Monroe County, ons Monday,' him-by aspolite Jsmile and toneer-lejhave striving to presefve'a'visionthat IS too'daz;; 0 f, her outiaeddignity.whethe! the'jpean.ng .-_ fof\jpf wben'tke.
"' '
Boston'"and New te4r
-&D' -t S fX if f: r. '13th August. *.a. : *.t t .., VI9VJ be4to1444youraenmX1deaT! !f.andlthetintehtioni'but : zling for iny1'poor w afc'gaze1.1 f So i it; willbaPeaceirjoy i of the missive were.;not' a jest at ahe cv

ZAT r ES.. ; At Miami; Dade county, on Monday,ph-iAn; nce : ,alL lovej! for.her while \I-flike ,worst a breach'of' courtly- etiquette."But with ;.,the. prinieya1 rnssZVamaZ4
r t 'r.r 1 tru,1y, befomm nlzmg y
nt!- -'> -" '' t *' *' ."-Li' r- ppose tonU'c1r hon'or'madamrhose :: th orshi .that groyels in lthedusj; .-nth the thougbt, came' a sudden",recollectonbTthVpainter'ssin Ia4ligencer.. ,J. ;r'k
arr&ngtm.HiJ. per
late British'publishers p I AtFortt"ierce'SL; tucio conntyr; oiioiay 'The$' aa nit ;- 'pODrJ, 5 ,
.f Black wood's Magasiue Meares to us early sheeUof 3d September.* ',":r ""i..t. 'fcSI tJ"'. w'h6 (1 t this'b'e judged itby ,before:his glitteringidol, :Btandhere] hoping t i uIa7iritr6ductIon"tbedr 'WHi ," i-H'4fr-b; ; fU ilf

that work.-wkici.v9.ifiaU{ be,able, t.:plaee ,. 1 the entIre number in tM.Jbjwala of sabucribers. before -: proof are reqnestedsto hav tbei||. t-: |ant t.%hnne,.-Onk own,'tunremembered half-veiled sarcasms ofthe slighted ompan- theincideiit.'ZbMthCe
any portion of U }tV be reprinted in' ofth and eome.prepared 0,prove,theijcases '***Q.v *iheir.assertiOOrrCCt.; It ;t **" of tbelajtculpnt.To'! eci1wastOact ent-
teeses rely *
any '
f & one 'ftillti.: r r.r 'b ;"E;Cfaiii ** pns ,:
he spob'Y1th as I .
Atnericaa Journals.?ff|!!i. ibis-and 'otb r adwantages fullyT'"Settlers'onla ds'h r tofore'. nnsnrreyed Van Dyck 'bpwed' as, ndlesenc&of'the ly visited thMercB!
characterized'th J;Alone! Pause uuthy. murmuring, Van y u.ngiglrJ. s;
secured subucribira toMdenUIy 1nutJ b s8as ha t wasabout
\01|oor ;;we ipiy.so will now have an opportunity entering,wb4l: entiena'tageZw#
large a cosiideratioo>h.4t'.may.be e eompellede Lheirlandsr, ,..: I. I .' .'. prthT q'ug'sfiSnVf tbit'n b1e'! lady"t1 s fc-t f J' DycltK'iltis an.hourwnen hearUlba' | | poW commanded beforeher. inquisitress.Few. to .obtain.eight oflands.ori eMpoetlt pitt tiia ei
; words of ufficed and' ther tale
raiM the price of the maAtlne.; proud am
Doroth UJCT ,
eabIaibe eriaAMftr is lorD/':"L. ..mioBK *"- cf siAgtntaftktfnttrtoi'Jfif& ,the Him pnlsef 'sleep;aril*yet oilier>eyes of deception poured;fotot .listner's ear' :
'l land,mantle cbjeek Curing the ,ored to elevate himselif Uboe the ctowd- ?
Remittances and i omiontifcationr shouM be ai- \ $$ ,. -* '.-t "* 1X ii.f joJN? isjifitbeWntef t t than-thine1 at!Itw kenedl in'.it.!'We'\.mU betined"WV ,theJy.tc$t f. !
'ways lishers addressed LEONAROBCOTT postniaid or franked tol.h&to.pub;-'.J. : .: '- .- -Qf>:_ 1 i'.-'- :J.y : /;'tJJ.b.* tj'Jo OS' ,jnt1lutiOn s repl':pf the( blusti'd&peneft ettlIJoolt to tbatpI t leave the dreamer SJ\ward..eomluuniDgt scene of thaast nigbt?&deep flush ayer" gentleman umre'heaMttht1eroftLt,

O. j 1 ", 'ftree N. ,YP ; ; .t..rrl'l" tI. t:. .: .'tt'C' ,hi "caggi't'afincation='$vnilener dirk and pass out again i Jfttothe moon1ilj;gardens .ipread'the fait" htelf'.DorotheBt'a :itii\ras I- on whose back be wt4 ItoTathettwW !ath-iiw
fo1tOedbythe ta *
: I XX months after; ate we will apply to tI e eYeit.were- m1s suddenly t : !ftf oacquittance P'li ''Nu8a oo.tDt.ferrw fiIW 'e hoed tflro glP l ste'r IltUdlorrai beautiful Kp' 'of her scornful friend ndthi Ev'e G ett ? gAl F jIU)o
flOtC5dth '
NOTlCE been- +.eehIp beetforeez; on the Estate.__..tU'.t.hI'J.__ M.aDDt..tea'd p jh ynngpan! q. '1 he fancied'himself ftd ssble'distorbernof iheghtsoiitndea large tears stood 111 I herThenahd st49ei.Jt um 'J -' --w ..

WnD of LKW mutnaJ Cowa', ,: e-j ipANT,..,ben".., Is.-.under'tha.r,16' this."4a/.; !t aLe, ..ur"Zd 0( .d eouq.#EEIX. UIGER atn .rr -j J '&btb1cQero3.WeIV wet,1"' continued DUC5S.. ij K : \y do ._.of.tJ1 1aee, ulvenn1r'lips'of j A)1.d ji o5v j J1r the atem'f ri DODltr It bi k ss4.' )t!tfi 1 iay&h66Ttea' _

4iisoked. by oeeeep t: 4 btthzsfOI'ler I. gentJy"open ax'4 a. femaje l Jprm.stepped ehl&jot 'bus recioua bCtcurgyot
t be abla to judge .
ANN f( 'we ball t
S. .j SAPPj1.'Adm'S't feently, !
LEWIS'JJt"Bv' ;;; It forthe ffrsV tirr,'the&ci of r
the andtraversingits ;
balcony bvrLfcnrea.Jie
'" the out'pon stone ; :
'Feb. 8 1 ot 1 ;bz.dT wisbeT ,
,EDW4DtETCgER. ; I h1W1 t Majesty lot' the'cnlprit roseaboTe.the?murmuring bf IteV I'I'ars1irfa1s
.. n"J ne\V willliLieThtiffif Iengthfdescendeathe'broi4 steps votltdb Te t !ot'yo. ,'
NniTorl1h,8'4s.. -' 11 i : 'I. .- 1 J. \/J : "ch 1 t'beli d1 .f.t" ,n.\. H't
.. It .qtJ'Ol13 8401t.o'Tm enf1ii 'l ierljon.rF Y 'YpbYfrih1ditPY9tr. shadow of the tall treesand'emergingIromthe : ai&"IDutd0fljitormebut5p
.m..ot" '.1" i"J1YO ... t AOITifa1 silence"fell JlL11 aTthat
.aG' ftrundersigned I au t. gotbi P.9rJal f firm"ae74 ,' ?
having been f.i1l1tell. B1Ofl > ;
eppointeS b .
- )n.: 'tnr: et.41-10' rJ1 wilt' C.1'n1 'i '
C'J1t'I..r.yfiJ, 411'.1 .S,3gent fosJMproteCtiOn oI.:i imbrpei in Wient'fri naktl' ttblcli 10u'i. the wqnasyj rE I I .' orpf5'"fhe'Duch'5' n.grow*
ift & '
19 't ( 1..1 "11)' thvGeVeromentEaAFloridA Inds lfl tb Atlautle Distrtot 6f Ilq,1 s j ie: dt was e, e tl "t J&"b t&fi'gureKlid had expected to nave beenmet with' tear$ srGcL
:. I. .boll1lOe",bit '-he reb' vitlot# U' (rk D1'11 1tHVnJl"b ':; ; stn-n ii d t l "; fl
tf u 8 idSTin I : irdcp h iII
1"1it tti i I1c an&.thenjn '
friend adthe {wfclie tbAt;she-; willeoutinne the trespassing on the came. E lXCaAl>Yt tltmonth er o' Tnttt ipte T.. 4fdtth.; bi.rc; .. ) f1I .!
.1. of. tAiozeir.qia m Hou tht n' rtJ'Qd.1t.ee aaehnibvdV, : dignity fmbeheh l-fj'iu; ',- .:.' t-;;'..
fcajnnwa/at No' HI"Naai, 'streetf'biCh''ba.f .11 flJlmmer'you' wiU1ij1pl\Te 1 lipgjp the .night3 bX2Zbtsem be j Q'et r ZfliOh!" ftTietpleae.' fi tfth d fi"i t !i a.T:41. .:

fee posted brthtUMStHi&Hamgb ear gtUrtyin i rthink the. iigerafnf'ji .'pe- t. t'1 o t f ii :'at tb 1)t t1hioW. f' C4e.tQMerV1 thelbwing4tlepteftdiflaJA
Mii i' tIh* '. _\' ._ o".hft,nt 1j10UlC t-tobe, muchpbJthq1h1 '
< dtoUrfbmtae< i'iUdedto which fal> beeqU' T L Z Jj .re'
JVI" h t&i 1"Iti\rtli'\ti: fir rinextrscUa *
fierce a-ft;
.:_.In Uae 1a.\4r f UI, OThi.a .thq 1ir.'ZA.J. UIa1CIUW t to e w erevshe .m g.l.I.ee r ,.. .r_ .
'n f tvT" "fr'w : lfU ia-.a :'flJebtt'i.IJ r'dinfaisles Sb'lL mt/ ., LpoIOItOIit
shall Uje
meat he feels eonftdwai tnaf can offer tonatnne j fromthis date: r I'Y. 9 \f : O 'ol aft1 I4tnn.' a85IO", ., 4 "at ia. jyi.
advantagoa $rte4', The primary oV !PP'1 torthe 3adge of theeonrt'or'Pfobatetfor :J.rE 1 tOn". of the chapel; tod tnterurg one";' .p 1i'1ti riJiTa. l.tle l.- -- -l frf-XAVA Ult tfTl* ..4t4flQrwl'statetr1
jeer/fete datlisnib.the puhlicatioA IfavaVcoutyvfe fee idiBcBarrtd.-from'nrftMtaiat 'lf pn seelt to iQq. gQt. ID .a 1i tt1el't lon ,i ffe ef "D li : mtheci
and uk of Religloul)340t. ;epOeII1IY ineb awe istratorship of the Estate of John B,Christepjpr.* If ff is'\Wb' t'i.i ey d. the t galleries,tp 'ha1tl b.aftl&the ft tdoS&usatin ''ii8nM V & nothJIbl $ .J .,
a4&P\'th' 'dtftbia1natiOD '!A I4z jfceeased..LEWIS flRlSTOPHEKi ; 1Ja" 1N" d 1 andftafingOci .
h .
8 ue e 1" ia. wi'
diir.f4b J '
ofribej4qo I 'en', li.nt 6Rcf if r.tJur- "
.stsntvf inntii
oob1tiJ\ .he1op
abh4b ) ..
aia.feria1aorl1ftr..t, .w J .'tdm.:. h'df! l U flU 11 '*' '
i wi4rltl1honie
Jio' f. &. Il. f'u ; I fcWSwp *
C..It' '" 'YiahiDIJte 1 a .J'e A.6".1IOfty J: ,t'" -tb ( kVhTtaaV Jtc: 'j 'e&ffcj ?.lr-'W meWteathnhe'roofofner gtt WKJ MRfK aS?*
"helr flk .an41. MO u u. a
or.tG il1JOJ', 'I T e9J t' n $ ) Hhlanlhom] 1 ITtTIO
wrd tbe1tendi a4..l IJs WJf such they Y ':t d J' f&- t For ain $ l1ltmua-cbeek C

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the State.-.many others bate sought safety "by oFlorida'l ,they tojwanoV : the _'

.1.ct311iE.FIL r' f August 82J,,1849. r, r congregating tAfOthfvatpoJatsmo8 ctl. nnttothrra$ tvorstJ t : i. '.T '&&_] ?; thi ,"''..*;' J ut.-' .. 'k; i i long time subject has Ilea -
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Ftttsoank to::4 .--large and gespectabl* rlDutaa1detta'p .fortifiiW thai*, Ho Lhy who\u"ted :p n" .'\''FioiijDA; IsDU .--The';>'!!account .- toJerarti and the effect :.
MetUnt Gf the labablunU of St. John's conn ettl1nln ;it leas*, nteresiaan pictured be"ffBtt81 lt
ty, assembled io|d>e Court House in gt,AugusUst to secure J b* present years.crop and,all who of bor"hardy/frontied8etflersernfeff i |The Charteaton,Ccmritr learns telegraph the laID of ) ? r members of the Dm i .", '

tU*afternoon.1 1 ;' remain ar.' living in a state of constant alarm from their homes and rendered Destitute by from the latter place that the commandant atTamP. S. District Court Union can be q .
Oa< motion ol th* tton. B.A.Putnmte andaulet7; And,when' it is born in mind the dread of the savage Mr.'lfolee farther received white understood to doubt that th. ctnenL ;

.ttdD&was called t. order, and the Hon.J. H.Bnasea that these settlements though comprehending said that, confiding in ihe rood,porposes and k frott Bol Lers a th. Seminole flag, -Chief,'exressinga -' supposed a kag ia.&I'i': .:,....
.,iab|Ch&1raanaud Messrs.O. I.treat numbers in the'aggregate,".' .fp rt* n assurances of,the Secretary at over in thi sum ;; territory a : '.a
paGsfactory for And to
WaiMngtontT.. Utn, and John Drystl reference to each other and expanded, over a ot > peace, proposing '& f4eWdii '
| \ to be l bizt closed hisrifice: "
well War; be was liot disposed jold a'council at the next fall moon. Itia ,
Se ,tarfw.At U eeoftheChah extent and ,
: r > large country, ,thereforeytot in
: the '
it will be censorious in his judgment He thought now generally.believed that the difficulties Circumstances .-- \i ,.,' I
the Hon. O.R. sirMaks explained the object situated to aflat *>.tnal protection, nTi "
4. efhe meetir, to be to ake into consideration seen at once that:this .state,of things cannot Department at fault' however.|n.some pre will,. ,be over.and that thepartiesin.the tend IaU : tali a ra&r. f
the eaarseter fBB, ;of the recent outrages last,and that unless ample protection II extended ticQrart, whieh be proceeded1! specifyi bat late' ti will be iUmna ied. The U.:S: which 01 vWf&irH ; <.

of tht Indians,*ixxopjiing the Southern portion to them,and the Indian removed. entirely I-w.bi- .0.?wQu1d loa 11medied. troops,'800 in number,'..would await at Fort upon f ). *< '**- the"".Uaj..I.S !:'
ctthe.PenIDu1Sn4heirpeflt bCllt11e'a freareu Hnuts tUr-eounti/liittst' again Mabandoned : I'r"f, ;we\ H on;B. A, Pvriuaa,. Brooke the resuhofiheCouncil.-&vmmaA place The t :1S

tRade towards the people or East Elorida;. and and given np i.t. the savages':aod vote df thanks 'tendered''bt the meeting Republican., from/Havana; i ;:'r' 'prj Urr4ZJ"' :',
lien eloquent anil forcible man&er urged the duty wild beasts and*11 Ju e..;,the future settl- to their Cbairman and SecretarieK:',: ,;,? '-' (.Ntvrr-r brk h.prtor e '

of our dtittmi to tct and apeak with promptness ant of this part of omrStat*relinquished. 'Then, on motion 'of,THO*.' T. Rvssxii. Intelligence, .. similarto the, above, hasbeen ley was tlau! ] | ? 1-.w .

aDd decision!in*t'ht present emer emcr..... I! 'All th ;. is :np' light, ibaUer-rno trivial 2sq..,'the meetingadjorirned tint dh!. : reported by way df P nl&C01a"jJ tOar'cones' Mary. ,"..-; L P except' I.; ,

The Hon.B. A.Putnam succeeded,and still fQ- cause of complswnC And when the people tl ;J::IT. BRONSON,1 <* at Filatka who writes on the 30th from,New OtI ; .ro..e'._..'thoubouf't''iQ, .: ; .-
taer enforced th*!eA.at %iews in a few earnest of East,Florida;recollecting the, desolationand I :*r '{ 4 M*: c.aiTman'tGzozoaWssurs : pondent _. 'PU p .<
E remarks.cominc&Un ,th just and indignant, ruii i into. which"the"'last..Indianwar TOK. r' '1fJit'! It. mmuDicate.;nothing by the express lying at the Hara ; ;: : opinion upon'tU.-I...

.nerit/ upon the1 atteta't.to asperao the character plqnged the country, and from which. has., .C.-ZYLITU;. ,' :' ->: {l which_arrived.there of Bowlegscomipgin.t"IP Consul at that } : 'to:be made1 inapt : .

of tbepeoplrof; Florida,:as desirous of avar not yet '.recovered, raiseibeTnoteof; alarm, > JOHN DITSDALX *. ; facts obtained ( ,to form" the basis of t:
c ..and U beif ili4 4j ors upon the InUok and call earnestlyupon.4he. General and I 1"li, ,n ,Secretaries:' ; T CubaPr.claatlon. told at the North or at .'"
was by Bey
i < 'il r ; tio State Goverhmtow'/or'reliefand protection,, '4' : Pb-, I.' .'.1 ; f :i 17.it T ** "
We :'week before last '
pubUshed a proclamation .
.Ott motion C4n4Ue often"I..ppotnt.tcl we consider,that f they have good.reason ford his'wn. free, : ; : o : ,o",t .U Dii .s" :
bytbeVhaIrtrreand; report at aa ad subject 1 FLORIDA REPUBLICAN.. .j.: i iTJi of the President of the United. States, I the.! "
hiteban&thatlt by no means q during ;. ) at ,all, times! tadi4
awl .
e jOa.raeclmeetin&.Besomtio a t expressive of facts of the, .views appropriate them,to the imputation,of making much :' on the subject of reported pmject'ui rade diets wall kept pi ; Ct of 'slayery.>froBX>. -_ _

of thIs oonnty_in reference to our present rotations ado from small! causes. .Any one acquainted ; SeptemberJC ;ltf49. Cuba or.' eor. the Northern provinces ofMexico. tiDJid ted to t.>,,leaving-'ettryl\ .,,

1 with tbeIndione. The following gen- with the insidouscbarncterof, ; the. Jemy.a ,' ,. .. '4 'd', .,, .', As.an evidence, of the promptitude : of his; own opinions.oat _
tlemea were appointed eich Committee, rix: d the nature, f.thef country, cannot.but WANTED an' active person as ,a with which the Executive.has acted in the HellO'etatec1 ct thereon aa ne lho _
: admit that the smallijess of .their numbers permanent Agent to 'procure ''subscriptionsfor Consul; from, a, that::a.:Southerntmaci
O.J. M.Hernandce, I Mr.M.SoIans, it is stated that the '
Hon.O. B. Fairbbanfc : Hon. W. A.Forward, affords no security against a repetition of the for,this piper in this'and adjoining l i 'coapUes. premises, intelligence on nextday; iu r J fsZaery i' "
! Mr.J. M. same calamities'wbich followed the outbreakof which the proclamation was based was coin* ; sbucd a* a'i Pemo II '
f Hon. B. A.Pntnam, Fontane allowed. that was ;
liberal Rey
'A will be
1 t t Dr. Win. H.Simnaoiii Mr. D.R. Dunham :indeed it is.to be apprehended thatthe tl. ,. j compensation,, ,- .*. !niini:i :to him at"Har burg, while :on his arrival raan whoae view .'1,
: Mr.P. Benet : f Mr. B. Floyd. ", very Eact of theirbeing so few will lead '" :and that thereof on ehar !" 'a -
his western tour on receipt :
to more ;;not morejnjuripus Wliig Notice i ." < by our Consul :
; Onmot1onofGeo.&hingtontbennxneoft1e prolonged aggressions ) : | .been the .f.. f}
I Chairman was aided to the Committee.On than It.their numbers were many, The,time being near at hand for the Elee> be"forwarded the document from that faulter .who'..had the Union and

: motion of'the!Hon. G.B. Fairbanks the as they have it more in their:power to elude tion of ounty offices,:it'is necessary thai i place to,Washington.. _.", same vessel in ;tU "o l .btnII' .

dtbena of other;counties preeent were invited, pursuit. The lives and property of.large In this case-Gen.TAYLOK has assumed, as I ... ',
sbotild'be selected as'eandid tu for the g been carried off _
! participate intfce proceedings ofthe meetiDg, part of our citizens are'at.8 t.ke, and the future men ua'm.inese :
the 5'u ,
and Mr. C L. Bn toX;.wf St. Lncie county, appointed welfare ancl.pr perity'of our Stale,are Whig party. ; was to have been expected, true"position. examination at : $ aJ diflerencet of optaioSt *

one of the;Committee. jeoparded, and under these circumstances, as At this time it will be inconvenient;:for a Reckless partisans have already,declared the rather al ,serious i e D1ustbe'aIiowS: f ?

I On motion, thmceticg adjourned till Saturday already detailed, the'people of East Floridaare general DJeetingof the',ot and'It would act one dictated by electioneenns'poliey, but facts in 1 t !i the opinion ofnooce. '

! : ; ,to.hear the report ,r Committee. called upon, by every consideration of : .;. rs allwho, read',aright) the .man who'has thus regard : I rightfully .be-calledjia < '
behest foithevotriof die
perhaps respective Ta1 a'are not "
; duty and expediency, to nei'prompt1y and tosJe yet a departure from DeaM :\
i ST.:. AustsTixi,.August 23th, 1847. :strongly,,urgently,, and earnestly, to precincts to.bold local meetings and express placed tbe.-Natio. interdict upon the madschemes''of cry effort will ; be considered a:1 tester {,

; Pursuant to adjbnratnent, a large concourse those whose duty it is to hear and redress their views in regard to the matter. unscrupulous adventurers will to elicit the' i eclaring'to:'act wfthju* ...

of the inhabitants pffit.Johns' and many from our grievaricand heuce they have called know how'to estimate the purring of his de trial before the support of the regal: : ?*..i, .

1 the adjoining counties assembled in the Court upon the General 'Government for and will i" IEir'We'bave received the last'Floridian tractors. Taylor proves his love of country fthe.Democracy
i House at the appointed hour. no doubt continue, to insist the entire As we have '
' upon we are *
should. He in prep l t
glories .
' &. After the meeting hid been called to order and total removal of the Indians from' the" and Journal, containing a lengthy communication as every American" mutual delivery ,'the 'formation ,of' *

and the proceedings of the last meeting read borders of our State, and the full and complete addressed to the Secretary of War the success of her arms, when the issue rests with England rytobothConvntioi' %* r '

: and approved, Gen. J.J.M.Hernandex as Chair execution of the. treaty of Payne's by Messrs. Thompson and Whither; also upon the last resort of nations.but he gib* i pe. to''th&'Defloaij4 l ;
: man of the Committee,'tubmitted the following Landing which is the law'of the foreign
supreme ries in the victories of advancing ? ;
the communication Gov. to theSecretary more peace
and Resolutionc wit Moseley K.
Report : protection
land and which the General Government is
The Committee at which, in march,of triumph to scatter blessings 3 mmittee,,-Mr. Prestca k_ _
jwho were appointed a previous bound, to execute and carry out. In the. elicited the, reply that so a the United .
meeting; to tnak a i Report and prepare mean while, they 1at protection and de provoked the ire of the Floridian and other in her pathway. His brow baa-been The W li d'u. I. follows. ':: 1)"
Resolutions for the action:of this
Reportj.that4 Meeting, respectfully fence for the frontier and exposed settlements Democratic journals. We have hardly time decked with the laurel of,the conqueror, but article on the i .prepared to. stale ia '

In order to a nfht understanding of the present which is rendered necessary bythe existingstate to peruse, much .less comment upon,. these its leaves have distilled blood from the set : : I11cat10o that,4we are _
position of the people of East Florida with of things, and which may continue, "The outrage to unite the Democrat. _
documents in time for We have fling mists of the battle-field, and he would
be until the our press. will I1 .,
regard to the Indians within our borders, the necessary In4ians are finally re can people questions to the
, I temporary occupation of a portion of the conn- moved. a communication in answer to Messrs fain propitiate the demon of strife by pour the President of organizationsaad to

I try by a remnant oC savages and the events of In conclusion, the committee beg. leave tosubmit Whitner and Thompson,'which shall appearin ing from the olive ,branch libations of the ly evinced.,to tmak, the controversies

# the last six or se en years bhould be correctly the following resolutions: our next..IEir'We dew heaven. The dream of Conquest is the world his We .can say.to year
I known and appreciated;. underhanded iadbere to all the estab- '
: On the cessatiof of hostilities with the In- Joseph(Signed M.,)Hernandez D. R.-Dunham, a trance which has for ages paralyzed,the the island of Democr" Iy-U4T '

diana in August, 1 >42, hetfew then remaining .George R. Fairbanks, John M. Fontane, regret to be compelled to defer arm of Liberty. It is sleep-walk of nations r onceconvinced : ure you that if the_tw '

-' .' and loved who' were un rilHnk'to emigrate, were alt B. A. Putnam, Wm. A. Forward, until our next (having been received tea late ,, which, has led on, 'despots, until reigner or native : found upon. the'state-* <'.
to remain : '
I mpGrarUv within certain .
Mathe Solana J. H. Bronson, insertion this week the their have been enslaved with forcibly kidnap : of each to agree1 is
I; 1 limits assigned to then i, by directions of the for ) proceedings of.a own subjects !
order of the tions
to I
: President, amid bwarratfgeiaent between them Pedro Benet Richard Floyd, meeting held in Benton county, on the subject the nations'they subdued.- From conquest, slarerj,t
and the then W. H. Simmons, C. L. Brayton, prompt to i unite becaasewedo; not
cans] 4ti% fficer of the U.States "
Committee. of. the Indians... the old,world has become an abominationof speedy : upon other questicna '
t- Army, in Florida; ;thai this arrangement was ,/ X
I merely temporary JBO.i welTunderstood as hard- 4 ,. .:'.,. ;f < desolation, and mankind haicarned'thtthey Spanish. : a single State Tick- '
: ly to need comm ,, The General Order then ,.BESOLUTIONS.i "We c..wled. ,the Cr ." must chain the avarice of rulers or con.' 1. 1 or this State to

Issued so announ d:it fcndi It has been so declared Rtrtvtd, That we deem the present II crisis o' We acknowledge the,receipt of the ear of : { .e. organization, aad, to
themselves chained. '
tent to be forever .
. and undet tool ;byevery: Department 'deep interest and importance to the future welfare .The brig Saz ;
" of the, Governmi fro4 tha&.time formed.- and prosperity of East Florida and that a speedy corn pulled from Capt.Jarnagan's field, from We would not say that the limits of oarmodiRepubIic Orleans : ,
i Neither the removal of the Indians now remaining among a l, ou?'friend G. oV'Cat.'Ledwith'ic (says a your, ConTentioa.that \
Pre4' at. nor any.department of and a ffnaj termination of tostilitie, are of the ipany.; should be forever unalterably Courier cl the ; submitted to ypan, a t
J; the Government b the po wer, without some first consideration and earnestly desired by all. It is,decidedly bard to beat, unless ,into ot< fixed. Events which question of slavery 1 ia "
law or resolution c ionjrreqi to make able best effort.IbaU every rational man Havana, having
any per.InanentazTaxIgem and that, so far. as we are :oar and ite
Virginia don't
1 of the If ind: such assnmp- be used to produce these desirable resulu.Rexlred hominy we mean to appropriate may contemplate may contribute to the extension Rrr tht d* ; power and duty of t
J tion of power "ouit hare been' wholy nnwar- That from investigations whichwe it that way We have hung ft up in oursanctum territorial we"'dosay a I abject a'o.laida 1-" ;
l limits bat
have and from the'fact* and,circumstances of our; ; Bar we are invite action .
ranted. But ned npar'u1twaithepce.pie made by string: and th'ere.i it shall'hang ly some or t:
1 which have come to our knowledge we that no condition the attraCtions 1 .
of Florida dia ot cquleece In it. Theyrory' ,of things- the ion upon .theConvention put..ci
. are fully ol the opinion that there hu been no ag. until the Seminoles quit ,the:country: This the i.J..
feared that a ten occupation or post gression by the white upon the Indians to furnish of no foreign province-its proximity mand having : yon. .r J.'.
t t session might in ,t ripen !oto a pretended even a pretext for hostilities, and that the recent corn baa twenty-two rows of large grain to our shores-its congeniality of limate or borne ;.'" "" > *u4
J'Jt MJPlittee
I permanent right a from the beginning they Indian outrages were wholly unprovoked, and had and is long 'in proportion. We 'invite bur sent by i'j'' said in:answer to4 ,1."
; protested against S t n1urged: upon thf U.: S. their origin only in the innate hatred of these savages friends to call and it. If Jamagan barf character-nothing,., can justify a nation Since his :' ." .$ ,
to the whites in their onwiUingness to emi see
, Government removal ftk to.be .
easiest practicable J claiming enlightened aid to respect that he was 1.* Wit'
. r.ief and In their fixed determination to prevent ,Ma few left pf the the boys .
same rat .second of
*Indians. They ere well aware of the dandifficulty more sort thtsrn
all settlements in their neighborhood.and thereby treaties,in giving countenance to the schemes" that he should '
: fen colUsioa ai4er between the bor- to reduce': the country to a.wilderness, as will not have to go on short allowance me that neitberothe
r settlers and Indiana; and that so long m.rain congenial to their habits of life.' We are,promised a scalp, too, if there should of robbery'set:. on foot by. lawless and vicious al of the Sp at, the' N :
as the Indians res ned their presence would Resolved That we have wiUwssed with pleasur speculators. 4.in factupon4LiJ4v,
! aid disposition of.the Executive happen to be a scrimmage. Well, now we'll Tfc 'K.
retard th* settleni it prosperity of the and satisfaction i While referring to the President's proclamation i epropoae to recom.mea *.
t country; aaihtotal :beywereanziousfortheir of our own State to meet the emergency occasioned hang up the scalp also if received, although The two nu convention the-''
the late Indian outrages a prompt the letter
zemovaland f from by we may allude to late of "
omplete '
immunity and becoming spirit, and to furnish adequate protection i an "injin's top-knot" and a ear of corn will Democracy, ; ,..a...-
aD'f further hoetili from them. The Legis- to the frontier and exposed settlers; and Gen. Scott, expressing an opinion favorable I believe the
will the 15th ult. people'of ,
lative Council oft then present a ghostly'contrast. Bat ,
; Territory and the we
he has
that of the course which taken We
we approve to the acquisition Canada. want not > ed to the introdaeooo'ofnow '"
I Delegate in Congre earnestly and repeatedl7express and trust It will meet with alike approbationfrom hope the boys'will have little to do in the fecting a onion. .es free
i the view n4 wishes of tho peopleto every citizen of the State And tl'we are now, nor will,we for years to com, either that **'
to the Authorities oi General Government also Er&ti4ed to learn that the authorities 'of the scalping line before Bowlegs & Co. take Canada or Cuba. It is better:that we concentrate A connected : andimpracticabliaai.*' '

The General Macn y.ofihe State, (since our U. S Government!have expressed their fixed determination their walking.papers. tiations between >make thatquestion: af, "

f admission as a Sta' ,) and 'our. Senators and to remove the remai&dD till Indiani from ______ t all 'oui'interest effort, energy, and cessary to a porateitiaaai.rticIe'4; .

1 Representative in ; jngrtss have repeatedly Florid effected.,'to and furnish in the adequate mean while protection, that to the can exposed be- The Volunteer Quartermaster has favored mind, to the harmonizing of our nation aiTh era politics, and I [the democracy ofthis. .

L expressed the same :ewaand reiterated to the settlers; and that in pursuance of these intentions i : is. Let us cement the fissures which annexation ;
T U. 8. Government de ire of the People of troops are daily arriving in Florida, and ns with some' interesting items of i has in national the merits of the 1 l rnitteereferredthisprc. "
4 Florida for the ie val |of the Indians. In other measures being taken to ensure th* accomplishment intelligence from Capt. Ledwith's company, already.created' our maintained, ;'
I short, from the cea* ion o?hostilities in 1842, of these designs-all of which Is highly communicated in letter from L.. The !structure, before we bring in more elements vention, which adopted
a and
Capt. Northern 't
t to the present tin Conktitnted Authorities satisfactory, and meets our cordial and hearty approval : weakness. General Scott's letter on the : .Di. a comminicati n;
represented th orF1orid&.u1'euDi. ,and we shall take great pleasure in cooperating company is encamped about eix miles west Democratic, .
F, with the constituted authoritftbia Canada in which
f anyway annexation of maybe, as many e1 n. the1i
suppose .
formly protested ag at te dtanarem&lDing of Fort Mellon. letter after When the .
The ,
that may be needful and proper to aid. in carrying ,detailing '
In the State and h a re] eatedly and earnest- out the objects above expresied.Retolvea i ;a move towards' political preferment.We ,- :
the events of ,the ecout mentioned' -
by our posed a com ,
ly requested the U. Go 'ernment to execute That In our opinion the Governor hope if 'so,' if n y"seal the doom of his resolutions yesterdays I
: I loP Treaty Payne1 Landing fully, and to re- should not withdraw the volunteer force now in correspondent'in' another column describes f they sent the leatedbythis Cdfln '
i move the Indians t the field nor cease in his efforts for the protection i selfish Opel., Lethim, be assigned to the I :
Arkansas as agreed by Jam gan'l Fort. It' is 105,by 45 feet, and tions, which 'Muod and.Dmocratic'1 f"i
&J1d'fre&t of the country without first being satisfied that ,; I of Preaidentialpmestel'8 who have
I t 'I the U. 8. baa about .10 situated of category i i that they are the setPrijority '
! .t In the whll he and Government provided sufficiently fees high, on a.point set.
, mean { apparently quiet for the defence of the settlement land! making into Lake In this : played desperately become "dead broke." 'of the people *&* r ,
peaceable conduct the had Conway. Resolved That
o Indians
Retolvtd, That from investigations made, wean Such tender themselves ally of the*'DemocratJe"
I oafidence and a fc Ung ;1 of security. time II fully satisfied that the idea that the'outrage Fort are 94 persons,. 16 'of them able to bear 'men may vainly vention the *
Win some measure Iite@ted from the minds at Indian river and Pease creek, on opposite aides all sick with bat their "fellow-citizens," bnt the unsophisticated cy of New York public avowal:by the
I (af soen the horrid at, eItIe4 and massacres committed of the peninsula were committed by one and the arms They are nearly from them real difference in js State, at ,.thistacetit
people torn as polluted things.
,by the SUvari i in tie. late Indian same band of Indians not exceeding fir* in nnm colds. The interior.of the Fort is filled with and the interests of the cotu r
ware slavery
i_ aad a*yean rolled d the Country began to be her,is altogetHer erroneous-, And, among other sheds under which the people" liye.; These They want.hot chimerists, when' the tide" oigenerationr f tution of, the ( the election 01 Demov

))1 settled aDd improve* Old :;plantations that reasons rendering such a supposition Improbable coth freighted with better men 1 1 ,State, offices.caawU
may be mentioned mn..rDI of the camp fires of sheds are not closed 'on the sides or ends, five power of tie ,
had beta-devastated during ,the former war, a much larger number Indians near the seen that for theRepublic.We want not ,annexationists to exercise a. united action 01
i WeN. andtlww d ies opened and set- of the outrage at Indian river the short space ot and'I the appearance! presented i is; of: 94 duty Resolved That : S without distinct aaSMHples -
tied. Many new setters had eon*in fromoth.i time, not exceeding fOOt.da'l between the two persons men, women, and children, WIthout nor sectionaliets., We like the good of these resoU
I I. States, aad alter} i e usual privations and attack.-the distance of over one hundred miles old ship as it is, and with a steady hand at lion on ,this, feeIconstrinedto is1*
IB aa air line, to be traversed by Indians laden any screen, sleeping in one enclosure. You not questioned "
hardships of new set (*ernent*nd frontier
t ,, werebeglnningto I Os Intheprospectot with plunder by circuitous paths and Intervening may be assured Capt. L.aye that nothing the_helm she_will iear us pn in safety; but has the power iank expiession ths uke
water-course, ,and lakes and the amount | .bcdyo&ths
swamps peat
I comfort and compete r. The settlements |n of plunder removed at each point. . but dread of Indianiou1t compel1! these we mistrust.;the lubbers who ,are forever Columbia. ; Siate.T"
s. ,
"breadth of .2. It is not
And that we are satisfied and fully believe that wanting more
I the people, to. live in.such, a manner... Ion as like.doe
country in a high tat, *prosperity at the these outrages have been'.countenanced by the 1 u We wish to these Cuba annexationists Congress does
begining of the presea wm aer; and with the Florida Indians generally,and hare not proceed The company is in good ,health and spirits. 'lee slavery in the to their brethren

.. prospect of most aba dins.crop the present merely from the Individual acts or feelings, of any .'.!'Mr. Smith agent of the Q..M.' p'tat put down., Wewsh to see the Canada 3.The power to the world; ..that'ihnent '
number. '
limited '
.1.year,to an the impetus further had set esa lemeet given.f the highly favor-. Raolvta.particular That much credit is due to Got C.; F Enterprise: also mentions'in a letter the arrival covetors rejected. 'There. "'is" work 'to" do. at the territories of -." the of the real sen* '
oounty.- subject. 't
Smith,of the 24 regiment of srtillery'End to Major : home- themodmagnificeni tioned. This t
4 to
The private land tJras t, owtoed by .aumeroers Ripley aad LI ut.Adams under his command of Col. 'Sandiraonwith'upplie :for > tenacious: ,uia 1P'
individuals oran con tions Jia;Hfe, aad which for their prompt and energetic exertions for the the Colombia county volunteers. .The lattei heal ',the chasm which'the' political tinkers government in ; 'say that tbey-propoei: "
1 are dotted over the 001 a try wt$ to ofthe & over slavery
beginning protection ai have made in. the"'Conztit ation. We trust 4*> individoal deiab
i :l a eomr'iat market andC to 1M valuable to their ; Resolved That we respectfully recommend to had not arrived at Fort Mellon: ), to exercise it so '
t '
It'1i i", tJ owners; .sad,ia short,e1cIasaesofthemIIfrt our fellow dtisens of. other counties throughoutthe -.z._ at: that, -..Old: ack' ..t "continue- to- "frown down"these slavery,there. -' : )ne. behh5p..'and' ;. '

uy wen perceiving UH|benefits,of pea** and a this State Important to meet subject and. express their opinion' on. There,is rather.a serious' breach '.b the land stealera. Let us,. once clear the This missive tfy.? .- .J

_ supposed.exemption. fjom. afey'further. .' Indian Ruautd, That the Prooeedmtot'tb meetings chain'ofcoipcidencewbickbas been so t dexterously ,. Wflmot Proviso' breakers and wei have anAdniratibat .r;1 ntencVnaturally jm
outrages.' the be furnished for was &ier the Ha r
with foregoing report, amongst '?
, will be found .
Ia the midst of thitctaUtfithlagiwenotr.aw'Jkea publication, and that the newspapers of this State, "kept.up.by: the.iDemocratic: press 'setting Next day,the eoramnnic tioiv If'
Ii from the faacia!* the wen as thos of Washington.city; are requested our.own house in 00! i" q |
etcerUy!i by DOlt as between this point and Washington on the ,. \ leaving our, neighbors worth from the :--1. "
I and to the and that be transmitted t 'I :
wamtou. .a.nproTOQl.of thess publish earns J' copies ', ,' ; t' i/4t
i savag*, marauders At two points.ea either by,the Secretaries. the meeting to theSecretary Indian,affair: Bat a ;few weeks after the to cultivate good,manners, so that theyBuy to, his n tip .
? ai War and the Governor of l'lorida.j ; be enabled! in1 time' (. nor,the' ptici
side : to
_L of the without the In outrages bad .taken"0piacjj..here, a: "furious setup on their 1'1DllUb '
: .Jt IHW-teHera-
_ diaa ; they had again Which having been read and listened to outcry'.was '. raised that the Government; own nook-which if:,they are not fitted for, invitation t
oonuwaoe4 &cJUII11i'ibotL irdv robber/ with attention,by the meeting were,,on m0tion to the Free Soil
they would make bad members of the-
pillage aad ; wu.houu6e. ,of TKOS. T. ROSSXLL, Esq. adopted force* had not arrived.- Bat the 'Washing Jona' That all fommon::Con a'

;& slightest :; ftf M'we can unanimously,i;without a dissenting 'vo3ce, toa'Un o7 says"that "it' cannot .beTexpededthat thanfamilr til; halt he waived pmsicm'"
I lurnundernopreianc.ofrstaIaLjodforfan.cied C: lu, ', .- .' .. tying all'other p,
Afterwards, on motion the,. last .resolutionwas regolar troops ;can be=>ehi'tbjti t 7 i That they
or, real Injuriet, .:;pn this point w* have reconsidered; and amended'so as to require e.;scene :'THAT.SCCKET EXPXDUTOJI.N .YOrk' M have usually PP- hend no disagrf- '
i bee1n4ntomakeaodiartIcularJnquIrad a copy of the same to be'transmitted to of action and,be in a fit .condition to comment correspondent of the .Washington JtimMic Conventions lM Umt Con. nto 1,

t vp have not been 41.q *rn aa' Actor the .President-Jnst a4of. the Secretaryjoi; f operations before fa first of j If oven* alluding to ae,Cu'-;. .,.: From party.-. : r..accepted the mtfK

dreuntUabe leading betk't4 '.ksbeUst| that 'any War.j-j ;&; f. ".I. -A- T kr It is generous in the Fnwnthus tb'relieyetheGpttrnment all that I can,learn-and.I hare.taken paiu That''t i'lub ; l tl 6:p e I ,

whites wrong or-Injury the Indiana has ] fVi' petpWratod fed the In.1Iwer't a .J11uDero 1a call, C l.c A, ofhjaM ij'thuffpbSot! to inform myself on,the.sudject -this armed earing every &, ose't I ther, ., "1
upon Jnstlnod ; .. : '
tbat MrrcBxu*of..Marion.county,'addressed the expedition to Ccda will,not now take place" individual l tiSKelliod. u7 ,,
saying the-whites $ in th ip '
I ra no maaatr the facts the '
i aggreaMrs that th.'oo"p'ncl1&n River meeting, portraying'Ul.an impulsive speech But pf cue arp..1iUIe1IOf.'tbe.a.o11D4 t ,ir.;:::..-;, ., ",", "I ..J.fj '. !f1he'Gai-' "
I (*om*.90 mile distant fteja '.Indian'fieter- the disastrous,;fr-ci unI..lOth: ,country of the }"editor* judgment, ;rot itherparfsin j ,.'If Th. it'A.W..u..1" (: .r.* .o.\.iar CI

I:t fttIOD,ocl at Pas Cre ,"'( lOb Is"eirJbera'bju4arJJ..yen" nor generally that might be anticipated! from.the "an'dot. 'WUe.-in thU'qoarter.panic .... Publicjres some,time been_absorbed mittee. ,.u on Jhe.'. '
SAM nked.\ w .thy recent Indian:' hottilitles', .expre m..K'-'the thsmpintsa1rittere4"Ii 'a ')c : ,, co-" in 'a(err from which '.seriooa na.olco tention.. ,We rt.J.ohDerAocaIiIW.:
f edscb ia eharacterjri4takenlaeonaee* view* and wishejfT>the cithe 9t14&r ftcouuty. li iIsto i p : : ; 1It" 't *:
. of:regular*:bad:jurived iV&'Augustine' : iequencti'sr apprehended by ma- .It .t'w .
wJA other frets sin tbat' : 1
ti* *,mrlng as to lead tothe.jcoorte; sJ'bepuned )'"' *f tion of .'No '.-t'V" e. :
U thgjoonTicUon thM tMf nmnaat afjadlans, toward the,.;Indies 'andriirf. r tor,'tneir front the Atlantic ports; and others''comoajtieT '1.'H', v iIo namGarcI i derhaaspancico > ; ; :. ,

t '. ., bOW i our"Statvhave af.tq dtliberaUl' .'.ooatf speedy and entire TtmbvaK.f",' ttl': **" *"' were*known*tobe on lheJr rwar? .;: e-," ReyLforrncrly.: tti South ,. '. t.ii; $
JDWIUV.uwawa..r"n ,-' i Tb* Koa. E.q.,C..i' a J&iia .iil'iiii'iLi'Cij-ari>MfcJL'jr'.> !! <>iiI of their Southern
"at' "
turnkey, .,, prison. : Havana, had cone .i .. ". "o 'r :
rettlt of i 1.w.Ubo1n-! :
1'lLe all J .
this 6ti
? waj listened to with ,deep :on-while, 1 IPi1i .h niTe4" -"f"f'-"V but '
!' alreadyb 9 notdiit mi, and]'IbmUns to 1 rie'few pertinent Rmadepreca4ug.the.. .,.' 'r e3cape't>,f- eersl.lftIcal. I. \, -)'j -
( be so onUss. sad of thU'&n4ihl: 'bi.' ." b i Vth&i I" rnin :
a.. nor proaipt spdy olrodaction of any partisan or poIiwp.aUosioffthat more werealsd r tth;lid Dipt ., '
relief b afforded M restrain or rtmovs th: In.' might tend.to :ma ;the bby of. dou'btl. ... I.16':1DOt OD.fft 'tofinflI fiedNew di"I #1 f-"; I i. : )."Btt'( rh ; tMJ' ; '
ttiU .
dians'and protect the AJl th* I. .
the fajjj( asaem.bled> consider Uie intendeT o 't1iitb nr dme time to"the latter: ;: Jay a.. ,
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B&ftfltjA'a7om. ., *>i0 Tiflflj7Ks>.fcotiVMiyu. fj, AA t Lft pa .. ,_,,, clty'R.yndden. subset or i u.lmt".
:: Q- b tAUn1 *-,1,1 7 jtommoa_ aut71o,graerMce!.4'MmmoI.pe.detailea.jyiat'hs JOUJ1 a) of,;$gwrn; 1tj, A." .. '."toIndi; _:a' J.7, "a ppeandTcndeerbiai, : facu' :,led .to the,. ,.11 tbia i "( l.f:1--

- 4;do4f. '.;J O&egriat a1nDoo understood to be''the policy of ,lh Aimiiils.tmioa Bhwa4: 'tth$' thrU.1 cem.aitl t plcidi thki h.'wis ecTetlf,carried atthf ', of hseswe; ,t t" eec'l" '

t&Jatlett.lm. &UN-'u' ,U to.therimmcdite "-and:; 'totajje.aoral b.1ia A' iUVia. IreetIol Withilp A.oI; .". aatb'd of hanaoD ind'J ; 4n t 1 f' CI" ",.- .".z

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= a ..Ii. 'J '-*-j--j* ? : 44J44. 'M" A. w1dI I 1. Fii.tH :JIITt'nm
exercising fcicn ..". i ki __ lithe ssune l cl-'r'.Sis eappI a s2ss 6N i
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a PlUHJMB*** -.' J'II8Iii.. eI h. p.ma,sTewasend, a4esla '
voted rJL btt.\he =: -ii kst 'Course of Ltcrtati will b
|he Hunkers adjourn ha.W -iift subscriber is-thiad* *
;DcASntf I ju t rriTedfrom. his tOpt e, a $suissdh wbls hgv '

_4c tlie> first'1h of.rACTTtTT.

i aediately offered and, contrary ter aU the least s p of lruIi4u. DOt,do I beliere to either of the undersigned for payment t; and an )" trUfX Odaiaal, Caerat ;:;nJa r. I ,Ii sa' .

aryl&wtente! and'"actuallycamri there haw been any r* tAil section. of 'cuttn. indebted ta nears requested to asks. immediate. 1..A.'JI.: was;Wi waaCmedyaworkjttoa.nUlJoasjs, MarchQwin. $" -S 1'
-.rUl try since the lost ln4fan'ia'. w We arrived settlement. I- F- 1 eels aid ite HiA.Ttta assumes Lbs hue af Qc,tat iW ;, '!.t., T -a d.-.
1 OLIVER .>W001V .4 ,\ foraosaof ahdac cnAl tai what he U'aofc' Is Grozct1.
at (.Jarnagan'B.picketsPort Gatlin) on I _This la.eaattoa TO.II.f..D.t* froleMos"O.
Nett day, Tth Mr. Chatfield offered,(,in the second day>.we' there found enclosed (" PHILIP' *COX;- ELEtnON'OF'sTATE.:8ENATOR.: : ,1A' te.pa>'',.t'to W-cIe vtwt'aad pwthas Anatc3y and Dean of the Faculty: ; .4.

the Hitaker conclave, the following resolu- a space of one hundred by foztyv ninety.fparsoal St.il849..4tf 4t- .; 'VACANCY having occurred fa the office orl aoa bu tkt OCXVifff OXIQUML' OLD Dr.Jacokx.TowaMiMrfe L.A,D4J&S M. D. Pv>fessofof P 'Pqj"rql
--the majorjrof then*with distressing .' -. .L- Stete Senator to-the Twelfth esatovis1.I uparUJ&;...lac .'It th* OM Ufa.Uteam. QI 1 AnAioarv. '"' "
thai$be cor.muicated to the Vree Soflers the if COPARTNERSHIP.- Districttoec&sioned thewngMtfoarf Boa his Cuafly cosot ann. as4.hs 'sIpaZ r ";1'

not asx'j&n nttb t&mbut as an olive branch.. colds, (I thisJc whooping coujr li't'bey: ;_ '. Joseph fiL Watts &* As/toy order*. That an actosa the coat of arsis" '. __ '. ...'ta.Y&F, ,... ..-
clad mace and felt jvliered in .
were rery us, B t11nJBRSIGrED beraby'inform the election be held in said District 811 Monday, the 1" aDQ +' '+

They ;)wtte optecl1ln.nimoaa1y, showing a measure;lat 'when we told them we could JL Public thai they bar this:day entered Into first. day-.of October next,to fill saId vacancy I 'p.GAII M.D Profesano( ". ,. '11'

plainly enough thai the Hankers were strong. remain but one day, they looked disappointed a CopanaenJ hiucler the DUlle'and tnSlouS .Given under my hand and the great .tiq p4Ms.teuMedic*. <; MM'DFi
and asked when would the' Governor BUFFINGTON & COX to eoDcblC Seal cf the State of Florida, at the : ( $ M. TIZItIt. "
ly disj4iel to knock: underiZeicIveJ them. ta Jacksonville heretofore occupied by O.Wood lawCapitol fa'tb city of Tallahassee. .1, Medicines "- .if' .
send men to protect them J1 We assured lutes 4 Practice of
Co. W* ar*'making such for this fourth day of August,'A. D
That we are opposed to the the ex them that in a few days they woald be the approaching Winter season u arrangements will render onrestablishment 1849, and of'American' Indepen-. Josxni. ; TEa M. D, Professor'of Obstetvs

leuaost of slavery in the free territory of protected bythe' Columbia" county Tolnnteers. .most desirable place of sojourn to deuce the 74th year. rica a s' fceaseft. o( Women. aM Chi

United States, but we do not regard the slavery This 'satisfied them.. We were very persons visiting East'Flo da.. We will be fully ji. WVD.MOSELEY; ,' dren. irci' S'avz.F.x .u'

question ]n any form mats agitation, prepared to accommodate permanent of transient Governor< Honda.
and oth. vSecrrtary n.PrOr
: test kindly receivedby CapL Jarnagaii Boarders. Attest C.W.Dowitn; .. M. ,of the, ;Jjttl-
or anyppinkwin relation thereto as a era in the pickets, for which we feel truly SAMUEL BUFFINGTON JK. of State.: ,cipleI Practice of Surgery "t
of political faith or as a rate ofparty act I send of from August 4. 18l6tdProclamation c' M -
grateful. you an ear corn PHIUP. COX. .o!, mUUa >. ewoastrtox.gL

6o the plantation Capt Jarnagan it is the 4n.tcitn .. _
; : Sept.-l,1849.-6-tf vtAssistwtpemoiv.
of slaTerr _
3d. That the power Congress over largest I ever hare see'. From a quarter of by'the Gorernor R.o.PTD..
and the
ia the territories particular an acre he gathered twenty bu&eU of, goodcorn. JiewBooksr'New Books! ELECTION OF 'STATE SENATOR. ?.. *

-nodes tof legislation controverted thereon, .are,and among If his land is not worth fighting for TTJT RECEIVED aDd for Ale by the sub- A' "VACANCY hirinr Oceu't.he Office of A CiW of Lecurea upon Mfdical Jurisprudeaee.'f.gjI ..
Democrats questions in relation, thereto I[ should like to see some that is. tP:seriber j ..' L State Senator in .the Sixteenth Senatorial be .delle ed ,by Professor ,

we concede to every one I may mention that Cant J. told;ns that THE CRATER; VULCAN'S PEAK,: District, occasioned by the resignation'of the Givut1e;: ( Faculty will .endeaYor to

the undfeputed right of opinion,not regarding Indians[ anti' Indian fires had.been en in A Tab*.of the Pious by J. Fennlmor,Co pen Hon. Erasmus D. Tracy:./f is hereby ,Ordered, make thejpjstr..ctio, .as "dem,, sstr Jtive;s.
mode of constitutional
may particular con : That an Election be held in said District Monday >
his about thret melt since Price 50 cents. on
neighborhood, .. t. _____ ,
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strnctxKt, a par. of the Democratic creed or ,the first day of October next to fill said ra v r t
and he believed tbey were on ,their way to THE RAID.OF .GOMEZ-price 25 cents.THE.FATAL ,- ",' RequI4 lot'UlilUIUIoUOQ' af biI for .
with Democratic cancy. -
esaeotial fellowship jOlv..i: ;
to our .,.
'' xw r
as ;
the Indian nation for the porpose-'of con '- Given hand Board nfjr.be at from.3 to $17
ERROR ander my, and thei'great obtajned .
brethren in. this State, or in any sectionof suiting, &, &c. .All this l;.belieTe to be ..By the Countess of Blessington-price 25 cents i:. seal of the,State or Florida at,the OLD":DH;::JACOB' TOWNSEND, per month irery thing indoded. .'-;v"

the Union. correct, as he is'a man to be relied'on, I (SEAL.]. Capitol the city.Tallahassee, this .THEOBtGIMALDISCOVKtnorTHK '. The feesj/tr the entire course of Lectarea\-
A most delectable manifesto this, from the write in much baste baring to return to the A Tale of the PRAIRIE Mexican War GUIDE-25 cents.: % American 25th day of Independence July, A. B.the.lS.74tb and year of GenlliDe Townaend Sarsaparilbu .I including H&pitaJ Twket.are H5. Matriculation -.

only reirjaining shadow of the "Natural Al post immediately. Remember me to all in, THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN i ;WILLIAM JIOSELEY. ,,Old- Dr.Towusead Ia new'shoes 70 years rac aad, ti&i t (once onlyj f Practical

lies. Sut ibis "olive branch1 of the 'Hunkers your village and believe me, &c. &C. A Romance of th* last Revolution in P.ra-2S: Attest: .. Gover.wrofThrth hu long bras known as the jl VTHOR sad JDCOK .Anatpmyl j&4 be taken once onlyj $1O.Byordt4theBoard. .
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KRCR of. the

.C. W. Dowsiso Stale. o.xurXF.'ORIOIN.fL' TOITJfSJCJfD ; t
Yours J. V. G. Secrriary of tG.MNWTON-
alolg with the flat-footed Free Soil of truly, CHARLES DrWAAL.Jacksonville July 28, l&19. &IIgZ-W. *S.tRSJtrjRILI.*, Belof ponr.be was_ M
pelted in liuii iu sraanCtetnrs.fcy which anasa It has Dean.
the Barnburners, and the whole will make Sept. 6:1849-tf., seen kept oat of miuket and the .Ies circaanerlbed to AUUSt4l3. August 18t 4&49.tf
PALATTA, Aug. 30,1849. JACKSONViLLEACAIW.MY.. thaw only wile h4 proved lu worth, tmt kMwaItiralne : : u fine a')platform of Abolitionism as W m. Editor of the .Spencer & Baker fHlHE SECOND TERM of this Institution ..It bad feaehcd lira ear of ."**tta l M. .
Loyd Garrison w buld care to stand upon. .JLwill commence on Monday next,September3d. as sad those saved person from who death.had prucUuued been healed Its of eseclleaos sore dUeatei.aadwooderTul THE N. : 'YOlK: EOTES5 ..FOILihNYoxpre

after DCAK Sn : The express arrived from &ATTOmXETS LAW, Each quarter-. 12 weeks-at oririnal rates. : ,.:. *; "F* "e Ti -
The fjree Soil Convention receivingthe Tampa last night bringing us but little news Jacktonville When payment is;mode strictly* advance' -HEALING-- ..POWER.Kaowinf. :EJi&?e-f t:

IInnxer'"oire branch," adopted unanimously of importance. Gen. Twiggs is there with ,. Ffe., Misses will be received for a period of II weeks mamf year* ./.?that ha bad by his akHLseieaee __ .this ortuuity' to represent their torn-,'
the his band &c. Indians have been about Will practice fa the several Courts fa the East- in each term at the following rates t sod experience devised aa article which would
debate seen
molatioas oflered by Mr. John Van Bnren, Eopopka but have shown no warlike dispoition Court,Northern; District of Florida -, ... $4 00 would lie furnished la brief.It tola niv nalaotice. thanki them for many years of Generon -.
> so far. The General, we are in. The above, with Geography and History, 5 00 .when Its Incstjuwble virtue would be know
the Court encouragementagain tsbowtheiflthat
aDd anotfier declining to accept the proposal: formed effort ; Supreme at Tallahassee These, with English Grammar and Natural aad appreciaiad.This. lim has euoie,aM mini ar* supp* .
intends. to use every to get ;and prosecute claims supplied; iUfORJIJCDJUtD the; Express", wi ,
JOWft TAli BtmtN's EXSOLCTIOHS.Retolvta them to remove without war, and if he cannot before Congress and the Sciences included. 6 00 VJfF.QVJT.r.F.n PXKfjIXJTldIs nothing ofr&| claims Public favor 1 1raUto b \
R. K. ; upon.
hare it.Two Departments of the SEWALL Principal. maanfactored oa the larcett scale.sad is called ft* ,
That this Convention reaffirmsthe we must steamers were -tr add to hereafter *
Government at Aug. thronrhoin the length sad breadth of the laad special na ,
principles of human Freedom that they daily expected with the balance of Gen.T.'. Washing :Iras U is found Incapable of deseaentio* or dstwioia titTrr .

have heretofore declared-that we can never I regiment, 7th infantry; but we are all of the ton. Estate or. Ann 91. Hen.anan,1ate.i ..t S mscm-Es. .'
John's County, dec'd. Valike yonnj S.P-TownsemTi.it impmras wIth The elecSwi of a Whig President andVhigVieeaidentwith
abandofe them-and that we will devote i opinion that the Indian difficulties would end J. McRoBKET BAKKK. S. .*. lad aever caaaacs, bat far lh. lens; hennas Itki pro % House of Representativefei
oar best energies to secure their firm estab much sooner by buying them off than by Sept.6-tf NOTICE is hereby given,to aQ persons baring pared en tdntft friuetfUt by a Mtrmt U mat. .TS* : -
ranting them out of the with against ths; estate of Ann M. tifhest knowledte ChemUtrr.and th. latest diseor .- corresponding with them in
lishment. e Everglades I, fomandei, late of St.John's county, deceased, er.e.iU.fcave all bee Uiiortqaidtioa fea political .seia(& ?ent again it3 the Whig
Retolve,That on conferring with! the members regvlart. VON ROPEZ. Philip Frazer, to present them, duly authenticated and attested the maaolactari or the Old Dr'Sanaparilla., ThaSar.saparilla 'in sfc and thus inter-
without delay. And those who be indebtedare mot ills well knowa to Medical saea.coataiaa Party po* given new -
assembled at & COUNSELLOR may
Presbyterian Church AT LAW
requested to make payment. alas, Mdiclaaf properties aid soow properties which est and imp tnce: to the Whig. The /
personally,by committees and by resolutions Later,aVe am Hexleo.. JACKSONVILLE '.., And all creditors, legatees, and persons entitledto are iaert a r afeleia, and others which if reulaed laprepariag administratibi$$ which 'we' hare created

and from an intimate familiar, and life-long By the arrival of the brig Titi at New Will attend to professional business entrusted distribution,who shall not present their claims which Is iBjnri U tot$us use to,the produce srnem fcrmnutu 8otn of lbs sad proaer-acid promises to j .te us a National Conservative

irteroour-4 with, those whom they represent, Orleans the Picayune has received its files to him in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit and demands within two years from the first publication tles of sarupqius! are 10 vtUOIt that I" e>tirelr Whig GoverSraent, which shall look to andrespect'all

we are satisfied!that there is such an agreement of papers from the city of Mexico to the 6th and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. H* has hereof are farther notified that their evaporate aad re leslie the preparalloa.lf&bey are II psWs of the Union-- which shall,
also such;aD connection with claims are Corner barred. preferred by a scisasifte r.cus,knows mlr to those
in ol the of human advantageous an
fajvor principles ilt. We make the following selections able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, uperlellCBlllaliu cture. Moreover;those 9U- restore ns tb jpnneiplesand practices of our

freedom,as DOt only authorizes but demandsthe from its extracts: a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as July 26-Sw Executor. fnmtifltf.which fly off in "'111' or as aa saahv.. early Presid4fe,and as such it will be oar -'
lion nadet the urnUd'c.t
heA are
re-onioa of tbe'democratic party of New The municipal elections in the city of may be placed in his hands, against. the. United I IHE lies of the root five very to it all its rala*. frvnrwhich pride and pfct&re to support it. 'We look: *

York, and jhat we look to such re-union, to Mexico resulted in the choice of what are States. LIVERY STABLE. A.,persoa Qia boil or slew the net till they get ark to it with eoftf&nee, to remove the ban --of
rescue all-fise great.principles of civil liberty Sept. 1,1849-ly. SUBSCRIBERS hare a number of! colored :ijjuid. which is more from the coMing
called the monarchical candidates, by a large proscription fe3er which for twenty years we .
ssatter la the root than from else
any thing ; they can
rfromdbe hinds of la Whig President, who majority A great sensation among the inhabitants LAW NOTICE. JL good Horses for the Jacksonville.accommodation of the I then strain this iniipld or rapid Uaoiasweet*-,with have labored$et at the 'same time ta" conduct .
citizens and in also
4&s with]regard to all principles so far as followed when of the strangers They our molasses sad thea call it8AK8APARILLA ntt&eration and .The ,
with prudence.
eight newly >
JACKSONVILLE: ,August ZI, IM9. han a few for sale, at reasonable prices. ,Persons EXTRACT or'SYKUtY* Bat such U sot&be anicie ,
we know tjtat he has any. elected, alarmed at the demonstration made left the State for California, I hare baring Horses for sale would do well to give them know* a*toe:- .' great questift& and interests,:that It ,w31

Retolr&li That this Convention therefore against them by the press and the people, re- Haring my business to Col. Samuel a ealL Excellent stabling provided at all hours. GENUINE OLD DR.JACOB,TOWNSEND'S have to diso&Sf&nd settle are questions now

propose to rhe Convention assembled at the signed. On another election taking placeon Spencer, who will, in conjunction with Mr. Baker SKIFF & MICKLER; _S SARSAPARILLA. ., to be discusinthe Whig Press,1 and set

Presbyteri.in Church, to form such re-union the 28th alt that party still obtained the prosecute all unfinished business to a close. Aug.16-tf /Agents. This Is so prepared that all the iaert properties of the tied by the ptaentatives. of Whig Peo--
TI.e Militia claims in will be SanaparUla root are first removed every thlar .
charge attended
by.meeting Sn oDe body making a single advantage but not to such an extent as be- to by myself in connection my with CoL Spencer-, Jacksonville r Female Institute. of becomlnc acid or of fermeniaUne, Is extract sad pie-and thetfore, Whig Journal smIsto:

Democratic: organization throughout the and CoL. Charles E. Sherman, of Washington, .: -. .1- rejected; thea every pertteleof medical virtue ia sscund have an hnpt&frnce in the administration *t .n
fore.The let and eoeceauated form and thus U Is rendered
State recoi onendinit; to the Democratic Electors Senate on the 20th alt declared unconstitutional and every effort made by us Jointly to prosecute THHE .Committee:of j Direction.has adopted Incapable pure of toeing any of Its;valuable sad healing Public afiairfti&&t it has'not bad .ft-lU7

a I : State Ticket, to be supported at the law of the Legislature of hem to a successful result. r hare no authority JL the following regulations: properties. Prepared U this way,it is made th* awe years past d tyr which an opp.dDg Party. .

the in fall election, and to transact 'hihnahua the head of to collect the money due on these claims as I The Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms powerful agent ia the with ironnd'have a4J.Ied nlr'thi .
putting: a price on bare hare an :
always preferred to whatever money of eleven weeks each. Cure of iUDnD1erable'dlJealft.'He
aiJl:1 : r easiness as may come before each Indian, dead or alive. Notwithstand- may be appropriated placed in the hands of a loW Orthography; Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic the reason why we bear cc..m..dalo.s ett on rigid party principle; -: .

them. | ing this, the State of Durango has acted in paymaster snoh as'the parties interested may per term $4. The above, with English every side ia its ftvor by nsa. wumca,and children.W* ,Now, tok 'readers wall and thorif -
select after the act for their relief. 5. find it doing wonders ia the cure of ..* and in the best of.
The ef8 tefa3ed to assent to these like manner. The latter offers $200 a head. Grammar ud Geography, per term, # The -- ouglyinform + manner
The Mexican to their credit denounce Aug 23-tf (News.) GREGORY YALE. above, with the higher branches of an Englishmtae CONSUMPTION Ie; D RHlr.IUIJI.UI YSFKPSHI and LTTT.K SCRnrfTl-II.COM- I own0tcai ira one !or f the other
J'eIOlubonstand''thereupon bodies papers, Pl.AlNT. aDd our
the two oarannraeinrAJtabraGeometry..Jiirto- '
.I"ftPM'y.\r.1n; &IIvr.
J .-w
di. these bloody contracts as they term TO VOLUNTEERS FOR THE FLORIDA ry, natural, mental,and moral iTuloaopny, Uoiany TICJfA.; riJHFLKi BLOCTHES,sad all ancctioa of the : Istantly -
adjourned < And so ended the whole remde lV huigton. -
Rhetoric -
ftte them. WAR.f.Numerouaeommunications. Chemistry, Geology Astronomy, i arisiagfrma -S : S
scheme of coalition in New York, each faction Gov. Barbachano, of Yucatan has cleared Logic aDd Evidences of Christianity term iMFURrnr.or THE BLOOD.. But theha higher aims than.
haring been received $6. bach to'be paid to the Treasurer, It marvelkrai eflicaey all caeiplaiats'
quarter poaeues pohitica1tussions, important as they,
having: >vinced;a thorough hostility to himself from the accusation of selling his Indian by his Excellency the Governor, from persons iD advance. slag from hdirtttitu*, from .1.UiljftJu SUVMC*,'Croat needle to the pole m pout
slaves the planters in the careful instruction circa latioa.determiaaiina of blood to the heni are. True aa)$
as to The Scholars will be under unequal
Southern in and difference of prisoners .sections
of the State
only a in different offering '
] ,
the principles
the Island of Cuba-at least in the opinionof clan experienced Female Teacher. palnlalioa of the heart cold feet sad aaads.cold chillsand ing out tbeioali great

creeds as to hejr party policy. the Mexican Government.. He states their services to raise and organize Companies to Provision has-been made for instruction in Latin cause hot and flashes: over the'and bcd It has ant expeetoratfam its equal la of Popular.Liht*-jit. : will nevertheless,.
Ctnglu: promote easy
terre against the Indians, and requesting'commissions French, Painting and Drawing and}Music and gentle penpicauoa. relaxing strktora of the lungs chew all wilirteijnents or mad innova-
NEW Pu.*ATI ..-We hare received from that the nature of the war compelled him for which additional charges will be made. .'
to that effect I am requested by him to throat and every other part. ; tions, which at iiged adopted, seldom or

:Messrs. Leonard S >tt' & Co., 79 Fulton It., N.Y. them either from to slaughter the peninsula.his prisoners He chose or to the expel latter state, in aniwir thereto, that no such authority it bee The next.first term commences on the 8th of Octo- uti'Bul aeknowUsdeed ia aothlng Is than its excellence la all kind more and nwalfesdy stages of.seen t : lever, forth .jllic good, but only, to ,giveOur5highe .

., th. Wesaainste|Review for July. Contents: alternative but made contract vetted in him. Should
Poems of AlQ d Tetrayson; Ancient Assyria;Lit- a good call ont volunteers for the above purpose, he could the Committee of Direction. It works wonders In eases of tbur Jlt.or'fitter. aim is to pwteiid defend the principles of
thejf iddle with the Cuban' authorities, stipulating for J. M. DANIEL Filling /d. fr MV'OtitrttcteJ Sfffrtttfi or Pfatfmi illustri
sratnre of Ages Botany Earthquakes which oar
; ; only commission the election of the several our glorious ijulution
upon lueottraal aad the
for good treatment and proper wages. The Dr. H. D. HOLLAND, Matt Jrrtfularitf of the periods '
fa New Zeala Y i; Freehold Assurance and Coloni- Mexican Government has approved of his officers by the respective commands. Companies A. M. REED, like; and is u' effectual' 'caring all the.fUn of Kit ons ancestors jieatbedtoiis, and to pre

sation; Hnngji 7; ifouis Napoleon-the French Lieutenants Battalion Committee of Direct iou.Rev. aq D cuc. serve tbenfroijthO aggressions both of the
elect their Captains and
conduct, through Sr. Lacunza the Ministerof ; By removing obstraetioas,sad regulating the-wteralsyiteni
Elections; Foj ipn lliteratnre; Critical and Mis- Relations.A elect their Lient. Colonels and Majors;' gimtRl. I. SWART, Tieaturer. ,it fives tone and itrenjth. to the wbole. body, Tyrant and UM ;,Dqm. ogue. Ilence.in
| and thus cures all forms ot matters ol ch K cier kindred to Politics, it'will .
eOaneonsNoi sl .0f these valuable papers we of of Bock elect their Colonels & Jacksonville JuJ,1,1St9.JACKSONVILLE a ,
slave the name 0.
Nervous diseases and debility, but rational -
advocate 1 ady and sure,
bar only bea enabled to read those on Ancient irought by an American to the city of Mexico For present purposes, in the opinion of the Governor ACAJJKMY. sad thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other a will it countenance

Assyria and '. ungs y.; The former is sketched has lately claimed his liberty by the a sufficient force has been called out.- naladies as Spinal irriutuu JVtVfifi St rUiu' progressionfWi*ano way ''
,vms Institution will be opened oa the first Dance,Swoninr.. Epileptic Fit*. Crumlfi,kc. any 01 h rJ-architeets of Ruin. ,be
from th. wok
pop4r of Layard Nineveh and Mexican law, and it was accorded him. Th[ force consists of two companies from Dual A Monday in'Jnno next at 9 o'clock, A. M., It eleauec the Mood excites the liver healthr acrf North;prf; ii, South... -'.

its Remaias,? ately published. The latter is an The Apaches alarmed at the danger of and Nassau, two from Columbia one from Marion in JACKSONVILLE, East Florida. lice. I the slonuach od gives rood .11patiotI. relitres they ;1 f My" .

accurate ontlii e of P.unjrarian affairs, up to the finding themselves placed between two fires, one from HiQsborongh and two from Leon Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation the boweb. oC the torpor .ad coasdpadne..allaya clnaladolt Inlnn.iioe. THE': J rjtfitST. SBZXTS.: '.
pulSes t. eqaal'aM -Week1
straggle now agintf with the Imperialists drawn since the Americans have drawn near the oounti a. of young Lads and Misses where they the blood producing gentle warmth stjualtyaU sees The Daily Ki fa* 'An'1 the
will be instructed in the elementary and higher .
from officia .manifesto Count Tekeli river Gila have made of and the body and the Insensible penniratioa; relaxes all Express are int 4t4 P* the main.f .
aa by member proposals peace | C. WoO DOWNING, ranches of an English and classical education obatraeiiBea. and
nrktarea sad lifhtaess. remove all 1 be Commerce ,
.of the H gariaia Diet. Both these articles amity to the Mexican Government It is a 8t Adj. and Insp. Gen ad ifIttr m.. and young men will be fitted for College or for vigonle*the entire nervous system.:Is aot this the and reliable red[ *.*> Trade ,
remarkable fact that the time proCe&ionallif'e in the Latin and Greek classics and news of th (iayi-r-and every Merchant
to The medicine
ar ef deep f t.i4 In perusing the extracts op present NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. yon preemlaentJYDee41But
in the and:.mathematical.sci- and Trader do agyfamouut; ot business.,
ad philosophical
from Mr. Levid's work the reader is transported they have been at perpetual war with the caa any of the e things be said of g.P.TowBiesd's
Mexicans their State of Florida, Marion county: nces.- IafertCJl'article 1 This young_,'* liquid Is .nt to be we are surer uc at.enough annually, m;
to the mystic lUUs Of the Aariau-net,with being greatest scourge. ARRANGEMENTS. THE'OLD DR' his
December to
eastern Circuit 'Circuit Court, to his business, btldeaOras pay
waQs adorned 4y tabtts of bas-relieis and eunei They now seek an alliance against our ,term ISO. THE JXAR will be,divided into four quarters eea_of_ GRAND FACT,that the eM IsjCh': tinies overv ut -we'ia, .
ferm countrymen, whom they have been taughtto of about 12 weeks eaeh,with intervening vac ABLE of DET RIOR ATIO.V.a.<,,. subscription twaay <:i
fasoriptioM.an4 occupied by statuary Josiah Pain Ifl. nlledi columns to faraisS
fear. }' ions. The day will have two sessions: the first, 'NEVEBSPOILS., tend, in their We ;
priests spbynj, sAd winged human-headed rs. > Attachment. M. the from 3 to 5 P. S intelligep wluch will mate them
Madame with Bochsa and Velial- : from 9 to 12 and second while the other DOBS*,:eesvafer..ztljP.sd hew reading i
lious"which ar* Wn entombed for. ages be- Bishop, Usury G. Massey. ) r M. Wednesday mornings will ,be appointed to .mg tit ttttltt sustaining Itlnto oagmeats;we aoor add also -good fami teners.To' the Semi'
Math the at Nimrond and which lina, and the pianist H. Here are drawing "HIKE. defendant and all persons interested will exercises in English composition and declamation. liquid exploding sad damagiac other goods! -ut SoS DonblenShtetJrVeekly: and/Dollar .*
mounds now crowded audiences to their concerts at the JL hereby take notice of the institution of the 4 After the first term, no pupil will be received, this horrible compoond be poisonous to the systessTtemlrtU Weekly,
waken s pers4ti+n :"aw: fa the minds of the wondering city of Mexico. above gait, and are hereby required to appear and except at or near' the beginning of the session, What I psi ft iaU a. diseased witS add S Weekly ExI.resttwculad7 -iDteDdtO, **,-_

natives UTh E:4iatan.: I plead to the declaration filed. and no pupil for less than.one term. "" What causes Dyipepsla bet add I Do we what not sslschjefhI ai'bow givethecbaracreijpfas. -
that when food soon ia our stomachs
WtrngtU of Hungary with her oppressors C. A. M. MITCHELL TUITION. produces t flatulence &. palpltattoa of the arn.: ; ,
has aLjtmdy familiarised the general ruder FRoM TJus.The election returns received ,v Pttff'sAtfy.Aug233m bean liver complaint diarrhea dysea(err. ceUeaadcorrapiioa Ia order to we shall occasIonally -
Reading Writing,and Arithmetic, 9 6 00 ofth. blood 1 What Is Scrofala bat an add
with the aaJur,: *ii justice of her demands.Th at Galveston up to the 10th; show Higher English studies. =- -' 8 00 humor U the hodyl .What produce all the humors lay before IJ ESIATS that.arejof

*article fa &.;JRsjfiew but too fully strength- that BELL heads WOOD and MILLS for governor NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. Philosophical and Classical studies, '1900Onehalf which bring oa Eruption*of the Skin Scald Head BaitRheuax importance or TAXES from the pens
While Swelling. Fever Sins sad
th of Austrian Her to : by a large majority. HEKOZBSOH for the price of tuition, according W tJie'studiel Erysipelas. of of hed .wnters,
ess *proof perfidy. pledges State of Florida, Marion county aU aleeratioas isteraal sad external 1 It is nothing. ua- some
Hungary, sad W inrJdiou intrigues with JeDa- lieutenant governor, and HOWARD and WILLUXSOH Circuit Circuit, to December pursued will be expected in advance and dee heaves but aa acid labstaaee which soars,and thaspoU male and f emale l&d( ', such
: for Congress, are also at the top of Eastern t,. Court the balance at the end of each term. all the IoWa of the body, store or lea. What
hisa to enslarj the|4agyars, ar one more indignantly term, 1849. Board will be provided in Town at reasonable : caoses Rheamatism bat a soar or acid fluid,which la aswemaYiyefromaU parts of'l

reeon ted-f \ keep alive 'th* lame of the polHOXc. William S. Harris ) rates per month, for pupils from the country and situates Itself between the joint and elsewhere irritating the world. No e-SntjWill be spared m jTtn
>Attachment.. who desire to avail sad Inflaming the delkate tissues asan which It tothe PhitaMirror of all the .*m-.'
rs. and guardians may senting :
parents ;
sympathy for }Htrngar which If ready to burst sctst 80 of aervoo*disease of Imparity of the blood.
ATIIT-A QtnZ.-The Newark Advertiser Abner D. Johnson. J1RHE themselves of the facilities of this institution, for of derannd circulations, sad nearly all the aitoats portnttxansacti4cOfIhc.-d&: .: 10. J .
from .vry genius 'tresat. Peal after peal .f defendant 'and aU persons interested will the education of their children and.others, may be which afflict human nature. --" .- ..-. :. suchs.Mor1a.x.life! in all, its u various .
triumph forth*.:ar4s of Kossuth is echoed.tour gives the following recsip for "Aqua, For- JL hereby take notice of the in stitntion of the assured that no exertion will.be.spared to ensure How is It lot horrible to make and Mil,and irtJaiUl of -Amusement and
on ,
the of Hahnemann t the health. comfort and progress in knowledge of awr to me this aspects ,
shore, until expsKtiation is almost preparedfor tissima on principle above suit, and are hereby required to appear and H ?
filed. all who may be entrusted to the care of the PrincipaL SOURING. FERMENTING, ACID "COM- Novelty. l 11m. i4 P'
the fan of the jtmi rial thrtme. May the allied Tab a little rum, plead. : .the declaration C. A. M. MITCHELL.4 Tt RUFUS. K. SEWALLPrincipal, POUND"-OF'S. P.TOWNSEND ritL- .. :S.- I-

Muscovite sjis,* fxnaplet the destiny which it Th less von take the Utter; -* Flt. '.AU', *, \ -, : 'i", tad yet be would BJn hare endenlood that Old I*.Jacob l. ( DALrEHke! printed Morning
.Mix it with the lakes Towaseud's lM'ITATIQN The
has courted axdaaritr Of Wiser and of Wetter; Ang 23 3m' a. N B. rPupiisin Town win.bo expected to pro- of his Orana lare ar Orifaut preparation Swn9Sitill.a!1 : .and.5 ETCIUD ,-$.-I' tie- EYDIJlQ Exrusa-..

Kvkwooft Mtgc&rttt,front the same eminent "- ride seats and desks.S Chairs are recommended. Hearea Jbrbid that we shoolddeal m aaartkle which. r has successive'edi.w which lied the very n
Dip a spoonful oni- 1. ., NotIce -.. :"iSIX May 24-tf. would bear the ssostdistaat resemblance to&r.Town;t. $
publishers nM.also: :;>Ma reoeired..>Conteatc MiDd'1011 don't get groggy-' ? months from date I will apply to the Hon. :, .. ..eI'.nicUt sad which should bring down npoa taw latestintelligenee city,:ter' than

Charles Lamb;TheOiVton's,partlY.;Jonathaa Pour it in the lake ". .,-\ :;; of Probates of Dural eoanty rOl'.leWn White Spring. Old Dr.such mountain who hare load sold complaints and and eriaiwa..ha any other nai1r baa ever: gwen.-<

ia Africa Tn.(Qr e-i;:Iaad, a Short Tarn;part 'WinnipiaJogee "'. ./ of dismission as administrator on the estate of HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. doss have rrA..u used B. P. Towasesd's. rtUUliNTUiO pwcheaers COM The price for e1 M' perannam.payable

IlL; For th* Luai ParV M Oar'Albuir The PriaeiDa Mattair,late of said eonntr, deceased ;:undersigned respectfully-inform the rouND. Z .. .: :-.'. .in advance.- T. -
Stir the mixture weD' ISAAC VAKIN>Jr., Tar. We wish audentood..beeanse It Is the abehtt teeth .. .u '.
bsumeOen' fa Baden J a.martIae'a Rerolution of .Lest it prove inferior Aug 23-6m, > '..1" that they have leased this Spring that S. ..artlele aaaV Nd Dr.Jacob Town !THK SXMt lfXSCEr.T'1XPUO P. 'I*

IMS; Dice BnJe, K*. IIL, Christopher uxierC Then. put half a drop : atl v 0 I for-.term of years. The mineral 'properties scad's Banaparilla are JUaB-audt evert,all ta/atlefy 4t td1"JlU'-P '
rvi... ":i tn. Into Lake ScIperiOr.i.. i'-; ,., r. G e" eraIOider1.i, c'1 of the water are so'generally known that .tiuimiLtr harlnr not;one that slagle they thing are I.aalike cosea.os.la every,,'particular--_ Th "s.WaSirJfE .ia'II-..0r..v"

.',&lub repiflc.ens r. are Issued.-by- "Every, other day \;"a'. 'ExicinrrzDxrlKTanirr, -- :': it needless: to)say;anjlhlng on: thatisub- As S. r.To.... Is ao doctor,and sever of wa ssedkiaeer *. b a* veryIage'siz4fl011 the matter that .**
.- H "' no sore
MMBTS. Leona/d eott'& Co. with gnat despatchJmiMdiately Tale a drop, fa water; n rnttahanttJtilf 25,1849.AN .' I jecL. J -, .. S. ;"I.. ft ; chemist disease ao than phUlDUl1ldat-botn any other comwtoeansde .uspeo '
on rcy 'Ort tlaastyo; oqh'to 1 'Militia the ills which they are receiriBg a genuine seieaunc medicine can ," niitJ r 10' Y'I' .
JMoiibeaados f the Fourth Brigade of Florida fula Dispepsia, thousand Fridays.; .
-- '
lOSS wishingto by letter direct, Iai.Iaall the.lrtaes of the artIdta.m prapariag It, t,, -" Te'--'
U th publishers( weVffl erder for such : l.OOO.OOOX on the first Monday fa Octobor next,at the places mortals are heir.to,we would-respectfullysuggest and which are laeaaable ofxhaages WIalda..IIea, L' boUBLKDoable' :E ywixsaI:
as may law for the election of county offi- .lassoed er has1zb ,..
by virtue of
-- appointed that its SeUering r.the AGENTS .
they try-
ilie IY1 ,
-tre 1L. ,t.: jVtown e ,'ror'a Brigadier General fill(the vacancy But what else should expected fromoee whoaaows ; ,
_1ahosil4 1. i. the iwgMtioa G n. Charles from its many almost miraculous cores effected nothing comparatively of medicine cv dbeaae! Ureeuires enonnoo:eheet tit SMId'cOi, > .-
'- a& e" .ds.-Xa .a :..,.'* ibat theylalsp will be simi- eon*sad serve up, '. JIo1't1...1ar-" .
: .any rt f -, subscribers in . J," >tM by.its use a person f some experience' to fans and ueVO 7J.W
4 Bm-. *Uctioii.bfa b.reby rdeied'tobebld arlyDenefitted And we;,\O'a.ll who>tit even a cowmen decent me&U. Bow nnek mew tapertaatlaltiiiatthe 11 ,-4Ut Mn.4..1 onIy$2er'nniiai.Tlrr
ovft4 del 'CTKCtrrr CptJ T-iKCHAUcntT.John .- nersoas who maeuAeture lalSItinOt YfJJl'a '
regularly Y- .. the
peTs 'MiHtia at
Third Florid ;
f ; .
the Brigade this SDrinz.that in the event that they are -iIii 1If..pc 4 ;- .u.wif. tDljet' DU In R WwinId ,

eTedbyJesre e hope they.willjn- Scott. ,>j\j ,- :>< -'[. ?r .aivs. time &Dd'places s ore(specifled, for a Brigadier Gen.8XSSEStion .. nothenefitted after a'fair trlal there'mil be ;WXAK: sroiSACBS in .'nurft aTrrxl5. k1ZY''Sth*.th,:Bookseller, ,
> Bill,to foreclose mortgage j General occasioned by the'resignation ,.iM
form as,.,that.Uw -iy.may..t be applied.Trneit : !rI. Gee; ) .. :. no charge for boarder. &:' :, -. should pest manner know et well HCDIta.r.the-medicsl properties II pisats. wOD1dDOtseflUD4 i..Btsor ;*:doBa.-.

'---'f -Court- 'fa is hereby Ordered to be held .Theseeekers;;.ptpleasnre,
.C4! "- .. 4'iJro! n*.in.the 'p'a. akove* itothe entitled satisfaction ea se,that of.th.a bill has been, in the CaralryRegimenrof the Second,Brigade October, a delightful place to while' away 'their which aneel dlseaasej lbs hs aa! these
111. I'WUUWID Milida the first Monday -5 '-" ; remedies to .
1leDte8aCe qacoatmuncadonoii ,in. duly filed sad 'subpoena issued:.said'that U his Floridsv' ,on appointed by law for the ele time.H. $ *T -** .w 'It |*to arrest fraadr;,pmr ta* .asfbrtuaaie es poor where 30 O&1heSCeCkhe5-ordered,we.iu '

i P.h-' Jl' .. been returned upon the subpoena that the defen- tion next,of d county the places.ooere. to 4U th 'Taemney oecarionedty -. r The Hotel;having:been ;TenpTateaV.aAdthe balm Insowiendod h.an.Uy.so la4"h.pSahS it.dsbosoI 5fld theEzpl8> ot* rcopy-..
sad w.-
past eaanot betoond:and further appearing 0 'of CoL Samuel S.Spincii. -: made-conuortablei:and supplied 0 reside bsaltb riouf
the resignation rooms till
igatli o farther depredations te saUstacUoa of the Court upon affidavit that lass&hi ctushed sad.sad to banish latnatw to perin '

bare' -been co4natt pd; and.,possibly'tkote the abore"named''defendant resides beyomd the iR dmerital B'. w .. fumi we'' hope" ;to give*.general OLD DR UOOB ..TOWlf8UD mesas 1II..1da-1JOtXHI'r" aM of' nxnffPI ..

wouliriot haif eyb 1 \)ad no action..what.. limit of the Jurisdiction of the Court/on motion. uou"UclCoDl eom =witl irStak..anhereb satisfaction, *" : ***?f *- 5-rOUND.Grand Uhj'Universal Cncentrated1! 'S A. tDQLLAa yiTlxPzU$4 --

ever been take FY. Moseley" of C.A.1); Mitchell Solicitor for,complainant. yreuIredtO.carry Into.eI'ed this Order,.:. 'Our.arTangemeotifoTfsflPP11e5i: :fte,- arp' .- _. 'C -;'-wr'kbIa : shUlze .'OI ..DoIeheetWetkIyaitbhlDifl1
py.The it is ordered that the said defendant appear aa. 1im1ta of 1hcir oo.1D&DdL< suc1I.stO' nabla s.to ke# *1gOOJk.Utbleas ; iheriscbad S is aM bowWP eca1t.i aII4

wori'M; ti6M "in.this.,sentence. should. plead, or'answer said bOlW 'before the first .Yitbiltht .w.D.')I=Y.'Gonniort-jJ. can"be found in the.Souih,W T .r' '.It iMsbIy. may lasts aM boWi.'V4''J M SepwIsesi.., ot1iR
day of the Court th said bill -- > ronVthe other ,
y be 1tt ; neittorm of thii ,.or wittbebeat I ''; 'Vsur:' !<' C te |
will hi L&kepro coafW ': :. ; r :J"t. :; : ,Tb4 stable will be proVIded .15 Tl'aDweD4eDt PowertoHeaktIidp1rbmi
.,1" YIn. .- of ; tbe' aft rda'and with If per
; Audit U further ordered that i eeriifisd copy: S .;- .r' r "' .' provender tb Oountry .

Union i,. ,f atspting. antotbe this erderl>e jbUthe4foril: *. spao*'rCLOJI'S four.-, months.Meordinc ., d i cvTrniD&POTKUT;. .. a.tten\ oaUers' ;. 'Mnt.tJ'1' i" h .iaI4tL:1cI1TrS
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ofit terytI CT : diu: I'. .. ; f '5 1 'TallaAaeJul 7,1849: ::. lPuie 'm'Tu.1 31fl- :For aak'rFERNANDEZ"d"SBEE1
Democracy; ,of jelond,: mkmattetslwoTMkk .. .OS.OUOLA,1ndge., t feeJ oowuenein .2341 _;aacknmeEfl numke.T r i 'Y "4k' r.k
-. ', -4n '- 'Tr"IS REBy..ORDER ,sTCna Ihci TUle;w31'IB wth. AuJP *_ $ *

sfBy Hitt,we mean the gen .OTTICI,pcALA7yLaaioii Co!*: .. v 4he,ivers1ztobat.atlr8tat..I Wtting from;'Al% tbr .jh.:.Spnngi v aaarsngewefltfrWifl .y : Notice : : ,.-.-e- &teinvfle4
-" G to
1Ii a but. Democrats,.ia contra- ; t1uaL.Braaeh. Clerk'of the Circuit-'Court ,r--ot. iuap toreolElctio fcroade. to bring them wimbntanydela ,1.Jrb.sebicrThnlavtuik ,a..'in u.city of
the of ;
distinction to tilt &i n jr faithless and treachiovertoTayloiain for.tt* Couxty ofMarioDi do bersby certify that "14 b*held ftlj eoan "e;MIt1to'ad. Moo-i .1. ', .it Washington,ato rrparad vtst-'cuta course

,' havA !'. ... Isl. airu oopfGr UM ttrII1Da1 ord.tf AI'.. ;the first day of October ot'th.ti.rewbeb44 .I- 'BoanbrW H modete.VsV 1i 1- 'O4' 11 ela2mx-njtatns the SIaIM'for! wcunstanceswhofQn
the' *. if the He tion or' O ers lost funitbid Ia ctbiSsha hi W. as ..
'1J.JUW1 01 tKjexplanation--t. v3Lffli'7-. or .
: ,Ja[ ony.whereof I have hereunto set. : oa laid fltst[ : ,4SAMBUPFINGTONW.. MDit&rJ .,Tic.p .., I .
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and of mcetSlsS Gh'd of JnasA.Ntai _7v&'UVtUU9T. '. 'A4dreur'J t -5-
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FLORIDA q b. 10Qked a fot. mOJqe i iitd.heD..tq q ttJ.' .
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; .f: CQLTJMB.U.fTERMS. W.t! Coitributrsaretke '
la t :: -which ,; .. ,\ tht$1.":b" h I .,.
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I.. the Supreme1 Cobrt; was detb'thtei& ," a.VVe always hold ourselves; ready;to :L@d : .11iI '
.-Three Dollar; '. ; paiaW bvhia'JtuTjprJrters a tf rjestn ht restranrt 'poft'l ,II .: p has Articles j offend to us, at *pricetpropor- ,q i'l1 v. ii. i. 'J6OL: S

ordering the Pap t f!Y'9 : ErecutiTe asshmp 6hsj in this Army; 'iicBhasW ,t -. few mort' Pti t'Amh may find I profitable tioned to their merits. Sat authors who.s,writIngs .- iTUn shoesvwet twt, a.slight JltlGJWA r- '
work infields
upon employment in nrculatin%. thit art af a.rfdtottlonriy exaggerated and immoralcharacter ednKh-rconramptien'of..the Inn : L" 1l1z,
Subscriptions, if not.pa4kthbe I : epttIonoftheyeazthZgedt4jijit admihxh.ly'lrindicatcd 1 itsfelf j in the1 late"warfrojra nof;yet nj propri ttdf':partirularlysi the may.save themselves and us the trouble trifling the cause--how-direful '

; L'. ,-- thejbngisj> '6ioiw"oIAihevdemai'gogiiea : :: Western and Southern'Statet: Apply W the J nb of sendingthem "examination Tb'Post it a Be'waited -Ift'tilDe.-,If the tyrs t'tj "

Advertisements will be}injfMcteil.jit the following ; Jn the.*'hhtl ;J or "whose''effectiveana'MrTiceahle ; serao : "-? _joW -_. : ':: 1 family paper-and no article sot'calcalaUd to en* ha*silenced the vole*of'*' H ,
; : th the aboveworkniay be reulstedbygent admitted into its col- 5'
} ter the family clrcIrcnn take precautlonsrjsneuures.,t <
rates>.On* Dollar per'squat o1 twelve'lints) for : organization)His, high tnne, : J ci'sdtMAlh"!
; 1 11 :- TflIflLPTIeT 'I4nftAnY- umlll.1.1J, :- .& TitiVlt?JOur listen ai least,to. the dictates ? 7o7 '
I ; th'flit, and veny-Fiye hlsjfor r every'wbseinent ,that some provisioiTwere made;In, .our ,gal-, ;Thrtt .,'lir Tofti royof odaObOi&fldifld; Termt. cltti ere it W too 111;'-Attend:( & 'K Eal at 5Ji btKJ*P?*

I Insertion To' yeanjri dfe ,bcrs Vjliberaldiscount lout Navy, as the best prelector of our Wde- style uniform with;l1ii' Hil'tory. confuting',oj .The term of the enlarged: Pott:-single*nVHcribersTWill. -once) 'I iiy.MUle Doc/or1 8r tf [',oe.jtrg .fIt;
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will b* made.,, All'tj-in'ejat Advertisements extended commerce ana OT> almost as wide. m 'M..13OO pagt" 'S 1 -- Ii. .. .remain the same,vial 92 JOO per annum Syrup ef Wild Ctfrry'nj' ,: the IuoetiOJt otr

! Aar&tg'a running aocotuit ly-extended maritime frontier'in Academic Th Library'baa.,"been:-before' the'public guffi ;ta'advanee; $3 00,':if not paid in' advance! consumptiou the bud,?aad Raft B .
(exeept persons ml.
For $5 00 in advance, one'copy will be:'tent four autr.r erroinatlng jtoo'on.
nurseries for and Naval Science, lI'ul./f'
with the omee mnstb f Military eenUy longtobe known;;as;containing a large -* .. % the too
) paid r prerious to pnbliatiei. number of years.. ... *iv." : .v- ? Be hot deceived y many .o. 10
l like valuable and a', excellent -
triumphant at latf'; though 'g-Tmfied, amountof reading of Wfld Cherry
Clubs. .
.,, .t dislinct where else to be found.- r. 'Reduced Ttrmt to less preparation (. t1o..tW'
Li canLorern nearly every other(good pow.er pf;the Government works no separate In order to accommodate that i large number, tieby irnoraat p.teteD: ; | BrvHbOM ttt.
i Persons at a,distance their remittanees If what it contains were, published
in that VLtghthouse of The Skies"which TwnNTTDoLr4l3would not purchase them persons who wish to take' the first clan paper,but nature Dr.H. SwAraxtf on qI ih. aaanat*xa .Tf
C for advertising by thtfoBowing rates j is now provingits utility; in the books mistaking think i they cannot afford U;we bar* b the only guarantee Against U,,'wid>amiranar|'

, ODe'aquare (twelve Thes) aabruEhed six months Coast Survey founded by>MrJ. JEJTERSON -5 V 'JIICES. concluded reduce our"terms to clubs,'a*follows: Another InvatifTettortd. [ 't 1aaae1 m Colleg.*'
r.r. ; in sheep binding; $3.50f: loth $3: 4 COPIES, S5 00 per annum. x Read the'most remarkable curt. \tV: I : ':;.tp' 'gs'
> ;r81000 in the national gift of haifa million'Of dollars library 'U s ." r .
3.50; 8 i"i rA: \i-i sio oo. ever placed irpbri record Two for six month -' 15 00 Ireland 'rather than' the 6.80 f .: > I (
; squares to starving The Set, 13 815 00 1 Sw.nn-DLulSma : t&>.Mchool in tH n..
:;. Notices to debtors and cred iors, .- 10 00 wasting more than abundredlimes th"t"sum A:liberal dttcount ia made io Agents purchasIngi 20 i .$20'00' J*, _. gratitude due to yon,and a.duty *.(f *eial arrsngin '

AppUation'fi letters of administration, 5 00 1 in slaying Mexicans and in the Expedition'; for cash "tt -* -U '* 's 'ii>4. "U \ And one Agent or getter up'of 4h9 club :, generally to offer my humble te i &' ftf.lA. irrII S
; i : '
Three.Copies of, the Saturday.Evening Post, of your Compound Syrup of Wild w!: 't :1' 1' .
For announcement of candidate for office GOO in search of Sir John Franklin .and h1s'Jel:'. :
; and one 'bf'either Graham's Magazine or Cody's three-years sine.'J vat-violently iI'SOUTHEB S
: 2C* anBoanement will be >d.:;anless the same low-navigators, though not 4ni that: sent_ ;.inquest : The Publishers append a few'of the notice Lad)', Book for m clollara"t;:; '. -* ": 'SxaFive r cold:and intammation the J .Sr : .' ,)

:. \.'ac o nPanied Vith the amcjini charged. of Sodom and Gomorrah. which the HisthryhasreceivedfrQrn thee; > Copies of the Saturday Evening Porti and r accompanied T/ith a J'ry, ." ',j.j .

i i Editorial ,notices foc-pWrnte benefit will be We believe in the union of!these States, ligious press. ,v I but not in the in it either forceor fROM KEV.\..'.R. :'. MSlD.; D.'Th -dy's Book for ten dollars: \ ; ; ch rle''offensive mucus from ";'
! 1 arced double the rate of aSdrtiaing.Religions absorbing ,' by. of Benedict's. to the ,Three C pie's.'Of the' SatuthayEvennPosand : ally upon changes weather,no <" :, '4.1 :.'
. ::1 I Obituary, and Marriage notices, willbspbllhedgrtis. consent nations'f. pr.Tegipns that have no new subscriber edition boot of much value.History'' He-has'made Two of the Ladies Ga.rJan'for five dollars. first 1 felt no:alarm!Jabont'mjf '., ; KC

t affinities, no congruity! .with us.. _We.b_ a the of the Mennonite *Six-Copies of the Saturday.E ventag(P.ort;and pretty won:eonvinced:,that I; -' ..
lai extracts from history : : U U
lieve ii .ndpeVo! the 'agitations to j divide ge ; of the work two of the Fountain (containing 252j>agea of original into.-consomption grew daily ::- .
> meant 'From the ," .
b Mirtyrs; :great'variety" "- -
Communications must ost paid.PROSPECTUS. Sartaln's
J yc, letter press, and 8 of Magazine en- length was scarcely able to'walk : .a..et'! .' ":; _..
j. to. 'us.WWe these the extracts .Will' to
in order
goVern or to 'separate w ich' furnishes our for four dollars. ** v.,j' '- the
gravings,) above a'whleper-sucb'wu 'ls .taW'
ch irches have besides their own intrinsicinterest; I a paper
believe! in Republicanism, but'nof.Locofocoismj'in ; '
; thif'
io ,:1fPmni .111 ness of lnngs.t During OA'good aa t
th i additional charm of novelty. As the Baptists ,! ( paper
no An tocracy, but; least of.ll of the United States he has with laborious fidejitr { various nreparatio&s -' t.B )raeteor.a., ,
OF S->. in that.which the demagogues strive to. make compiled a maze'of historical and statistical The premfunToffer mode in the'last prospectus n9 relief-growing all thfttlnje .. pare favorably wttte' '
! themselves by'laims'about'one which, in)elligence no where eke to be found and which' of the old firm,*will-be adhered to'and continued. I was advised and persuaded'by It iaf been th. -.
: THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER. does not'and cannot exist '.uS: We would, in the'judgment. of the subscriber,makehi The offer is as follows-- 'i'' w *>*'''-y- Wilmington ti make trial of) hirh1 moral tOn*,' i
;i.I' among volume almost indispensable to every one of The.Post Office of any.town'in the Union from Cherry. T must confess'that ..d&id.of litevar71
-' 1 believe. in the. rights. .of. both.'the Rich)'and* pastors, and abundantly,deserving of the patronage which we shall receive tie greatest number of subscribers been prejudiced againstpatent .frf qeh.Yari* J.
-l our
I I The Proprietors of this'Jiournal have not the Jfoor', and.m tbe right 01 all. men not to and study of our Oluucl1e.0 to the Saturday Evening Post,'during the"rear am still against those coming linnet'all minds an1

in the forty yeUraof its existence be hated as either. We believe not in Dor. between the,1st November, I&fT and'the 1st empirics,Imt" : .% orrafc:>ews,feT-u
': hertofor FROM EDWARD B UNDERBILL Esq. Cor. Seeof : "
November the td be mailed lo'such and practice of
1848. ( papers profession .*f tho Contiant
r uner nnagement of favor nor in Red or. other Republicanism but ,volume is indeed an'Encyclopedia of Baptist Literature '. .
public of
making J any any entitled to a continuance of the whole number of with:purchased .Dr. pom; .n
of the customary forms off-soliciting patron. our own True Blue. We should be glad to and Baptist history; a'book for perpetual the subscriptions gratuitously for one year after i, a few bottles, and commenced its .tie.oonnky ,,
I;; i age Nor (having alwayiheld the opinionthat see' it all the world over, but do not expectit reference in'every thing.' relating. to' our external the expiration of the'year for which their subscriptions : was'"at thistime oftwenty or. for original! -",
.R T*;'
Public Journal ehoid win the in in France other shall have been paid. standing, and consequently was l France,tMAss
a public our day, or any part Tas'Nrw YORK RE ER.-T work commences The papers ."ill.be continued on,either to the' found however .considerable ; '
I l. by the sober performance of the Europe.,,We do not believe giving passports with"a review of the dissenting parties of subscribers themselves or to.the agents through' of the first four or five bottle i "'.- >

r IUppr the flashy professions of the hour) to Santa Anna, but we do m the pow early times among whom baptistic sentiments are whom we may' receive the orders for quantities, lie speaker;I frequently "M. .Atudt' y1t S

'I have they' ever, more frecpiently than once ers of. our own great Commanders in files- traced With more or less distinctness: It increases and to whom the package or packages may be directed my'increasing' strength, and t *wd theni"thf ablerf'-*

in twenty had occan to embody in ico. .We believe in the honesty and patriot however, in interest it advances to later periods; or to both,, if there should be both in the those vessels that had already rj a :the glanders and
year where facts are established by more numerous and same town,as the ease may be. this way doubtless,my cure.was ( that ever ema
1 a Prospectus principles upon which ism of Gen. TATLOR; but not in the meritsof 'incontestible historical documents. Since the In consequence of acting thus followed by other ,

they endeavor to conduct Stfte paper under the'"Spoils System." Consequently, we. publication of.the earlier work a good deal of progress Always tn Advanced to use twelve or fifteen'bottles' i onrlf r leral'relations.it
i their 'J do not believe in Proscription, nor in Rota has been made investigating the characterand The money for Clubs must be'always sent in ad fectly restored-have no i ; iDg sgsins4tlis .

I ; charg. been the lesi v disposed morervifying tion. But the former having long reigned history ofthe Anabaptists of the Reformation, vance. Subscriptions may'draft.lhould be sent at our risk- Dumber of bottles would have r14Ies,from. S the. w H..
(when the sum is large, a procured
and Mr. Benedict has made good use of the addi for the .above indiscretion. .
i over, for the purpose of re> a sub- and widely filled"the' Public Service with tional information which has been gained in this if possible-the cost of which may be deducted. the feverish habit did away the ; i.' *t.t Son, : <

i scription lst to call to the ocralna ad, men unfit for it, we believe in the necessity department of historical literature. Indeed we from the amount.) Address. put a stop tet the eharge of' f -J

good wot&; of a large re-organization of it. think this part of the work intensely interesting .DEACON &.PEARSON, lange,-and gave them and the fc\ ire 1mm
ins 98 Chetnut Strtet Philadelphia. parts; ,
worth far than the cost of the volume. health. have.deferred offering
and more
of barren public spirit because We and write creed -* '
might go on a as longas .4 +- sWsrfry. A sided *>a
The work contains likewise an extended review Editors the above or a fai ,abstract fit till now, for the purpose of
in such attempts at gettini iup political revivals the Westminster ConfessSonj'-but all the copying hisU';i* in-
with the of the & pe-j
of writers and writings on the baptismal controversy or who will give notice of the new firm and enlarged fied permanency .
- it seems to be thou; pt necessary to rest is easily inferred, and may besides be both American and foreign;- ome or paper (we auk not that they shall be praised) that I feel perfectly well,! offer |tMj.i> a S

I make a far greater parade ,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 S J REV. J. /{ j.- ;

Party than party should ev.8 receive wbereme have but to say, finally, that we believe in then proceeds to the distinct consideration of American exchange.< Such as are already entitled to an exchange Dublin.... .,.County. ,JJVC,. Mil we need not parhr
t Baptists, whose rise is narrated at very con- for the current shall receive the r to he
year great pota:1
have but .
not merely a a Country the virtue and intelligence of the People, as S '
Pay siderable length. It is a useful study to inquireinto thanks of the new firm. *.o > ImporiUJD8 oT.Ui.
to serve. To mere its power;the long as they will really exert them, and not the suflerings of our fathers in the cause or e. JOB ct1l the latest intel- 1

Intelligencer has never professed any such suffer themselves to be the dupes of the'demagogues truth,-.men of whom the world was not worthy, TO' THE PUBLIC NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE { )'4tIy as any of otu

t : devotion, even when acting the most heartily their worst foes when most pretending .. enduring, on American soil, fines; imprisonments, w our paper is aa
with that of citizens whose to be their friends. whipping and exile because they asserted and THE HOME JOURNAL. .FLORIDA" RE thw!|w have at least ax
boy prc maintained the sentiments of Baptists on the ordinances I" -5 't- W. them to the p

I tice 8 well principles seemed to Upon these groujids the National Intelli of God's house and the rights of conscience. EDITED BY MORRISWILLIS.PLULISUED 17LLEit'S 'HOTEL,.' *1 ,to whom peculiar1'*

l it to offer" the steadiest audjUDcerest hope ot gencer presents its claims to a continuationand This portion of the work should commend the .1:' ''!>. C.;, corner of Pennsylv *] 'lily devpUd. D*. <
F a wise, and moderate govenmer.t extension of that public confidence, work to all Baptists.: It is well printed In, and EVERY SATURDAY rc TBZ CITY OF- 12th street,EDWARD H. pl4 to merit theirpa'S

The National Intelligent ha in a word, which it is the highest pride of its'Proprietorsto makes a all large and should handsome volume.!t our HEW YO It. J j 'Who most.respectf.Uy callsthOj u 1. ,1icittcl. .Addren,
been studious of opinion Baptists possess old friends,and patrons and the S
; i ever tempe politics and know that it already enjoys to an extent REGISTEIt-It At Annum.
iI ,. of holding itself apart from te passion, whatsoever exceeded by few Public Journals.in' 'the'Unite4 an astonishing amount statistical information ,SIN ., in foil general operation, to ,his having present opened' : $ .t1oyear' Ii'J

it w of the day: It has never -States. .. and excites the.wonder of the reader how .. r.Iaat'The ,building is ; : *.' .. t-5 .
t rna any opposition headfcpg and indecent, S in all its detail it could have been collected. In November last,we commenced the publication was erected under his own ;, :Ia

1 such as, from the moment d his| inauguration PROSPECTUS.The the account of-Anabaptists of the Reformation of this family newspaper on a new and novel deuce,with the strictest.'. .jo-- .- w
banded the author has availed himself of the information plan.. No similar work intended to contain the convenience. The rooms are I .
t against j jsidet T 2t'- ;j. & .Gt
h-l recently obtained. And the history'ofth and literature
PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions fireplaces in each and furnished
&t it has never indisi rtminate support* ,Richmond Republican American Baptists, including an account of their of our time/:,to. CELL from the wilderness 01 bining luxury and comfort. : : Vc' J1 in el.be will k"'':.

I ri even t Admlustrtlo) J! which it expecresolutely. labors their imprisonments, and their sufferings. the hour'ever flowering caprice and to EESCC bedding, &c. are all new *of.", i Voice firomtA to Mas-',* s
most. It has ar ,, is worth the cost of the whole volume; else lost the bewildering is most Georgia
ri ted t ? '.8 the good things in floaUg The ladies' parlor :!States; also..

1t4 avoided the ecss on Jiei ide which .}AILT, BEMI-WEEKLT, 'AND WIEKLT. THE CHRISTIAN CHROSICLE.-We have looked novelties adrift had been previously .attempted the avenue and openin on a $. $ utning:"Dom"r
make so much the sbae ftonr 'Public af- over this work with interest. It bears the mArks by otheri., t-a ,? I furnishing of which in'e' ,:r ,
nf mnoh JjLlmiy The matter herein Ptnhmliedetrald S That we have labored successfully in our voca- compete with any other in the II'l'
a Jairs-or violencE 4cency lovvards TJIIS PAPER which has been three Y'earS' have been collected only by years of investigation Lion, and produced a paper remarkable for its interest parlors for parties requiring such

r oppnent unbounded. cc$1liance' towr the charge of the present conductors THE BOSTON DAILY TIMES.-Though of eepecial value and popularity and one adapted to In the arrangements 53
w-parss. In.t ersaries ha OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT H. interest Baptists, cannot fail of commanding the wants of ALL CLASSES" SOCIETY we have been spared,.to- render .it.-'in ; ; } 't -'
ever | the attention of all Inquirers into the higher sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidly in passed by any.Hotel in Ptfl&.
GAwnE 'je
feUow-iizens ; now becoming familiar to the creasing circulation, in the universal commendation 'desirable, '
facts real tion is
how much in and philosophy history. The history every way &l&U 'all oihen
no matter thj,wrong citizens of Virginia. It has grown into fa. of that denomination is intimately connected with of the public press, and above all,in the fiat- between the Capitol to

friends, no matter how mucb rusted and honor vor by'the pursuit of a steady and unwaver. that of the progress of the human mind. And the tering encouragement and cordial approbation 'or executive departments,, S''l ; > i of ThthdnS:..
it has ever seen men tm the heats, ing devotion to Whig principles, and by a persecutions to which they were at various times our numerous LADY READERS every seCtion r From C. II, F.'s long ., S
conflict might lead 00 far. Thereof mild but firm of subjected;'and' their uniform advocacy of the moat of the country. ,:,. S (eighteen years In 'the city of i frAJ with important
advocacy Whig men S and enlarged principles of toleration, must win for The design and character of the.lt03IE feels assured of affording l-,voice at oar titi
been ( Presses
has constantly enoug : measures. them the .sympathies of all enlightened minds. A J OtrltlUL differ from those of any newlJI8per heretofore may honor him with their : ; *l the_election.fir
spread those uncivic rancoti which'i free I Having labored zealously to promote the history of their origin and .various fortunes must established. The contents are fitted to engage which no exertion will .: U. I. A Represent-

counte; more than any t. i ra e1 .ce_ election of the patriotic and enlightened be instructive; and such a work is this of Mr' the attention of the man of business,',and be merit their approval.,, ., Eze4e Officer ptM.T
a source of,elegant instruction and entertainment anie1aton_ .eleew, ,
: the State e|o flatter S BenedictS The charge for board 61-50 t
epc nger ; = t' Chief Magistrate of the nation, it is now THE ALABAMA BAPTIST.-We commend this to the domestic fireside and family circle, and it The Bar is furnished with the ointment of a Ja-,, ,
success; to infuriate' defeat > play upon the desired by its publishers to give .it greater great work to our readers. Let every Baptist in combines the striking and novel attractions of the of Wines 'Liquors;'and 14'r: In that ,

false fancy or iunoftbe bour efficiency by an extended and general circu the land secure copy. It will instruct and comfort newspaper with the more abiding interests of the affords. .i '; iad\ 6ej.. ,0 Florid* n

to fan into a fame every jpark *!of ; t lation. They consider the unity of the Whig and encourage him in his pilgrimage, and. bea higher doss of periodicals., It printed in the S APorter will be.in",attendance : .. a etz.rae..
olf folio form and large on superior on Dew tbefatec.ftha-.
blow into every' !ff opiuion. rich legacy to his children. paper their arrival to convey baggage %
a party an object'above all personal considerations clear type obtained expressly for the purpose; and : ) : It.Uaerefi *>
The Intflligencer has enllerorecl, hereto : and they ,now appeal to, :the, Whigs THE SOUTHER BAPTIST. The whole getting ''is, in its whole arrangement and details, a most ofeipense. '
make itself the bumbl Jand,jas times of the State tp aid them by a liberal sub- np the of firm this that'work publishes is in a style it.' In highly creditable to favorable specimen of the best typographical skill] *wJs. 'Kal and ..,
-preparation of of the In addition to these and FALL S SS the momanton&
have the'almost undiluted mission of country. as one ,
gone .
: work Mr.Benedict has -
scription/ this a most valuable -
of its most valuable i ,
peculiarities it is in reference
JS .
I I withstanding and of allayinfi Doing thus, The Editors will'continue to give their contribution to .Baptist literature. His book to the diversity of. talent employed upon it. Randolph Macon 'ioe-,4 to .m. tS*"
j j and aiming consequently is w) ile at the should find a place iu every .intelligent family or '.Th'
attention to thef: various Public Improvements the cheapett paper in the United States. "p" rI'Ule! Fall Se, lon of'this T e1iuiliaryY'
'. politics of country, not of pby, ;jt.ba to beuseful'consented ,and labor assiduously for every object our.' denomination At all the Dock number of the work art entire! JL mmenee "Wednesday .-' .w o"- -of S

Fl to bl eoiaHimes unpopu calculated enhance and THE CHRISTIAN REVIEW.-There is no other exhausted, we hate this day Saturday the Zlit bf gust, 1848.-v.The Preparatory& wund.r-.Uwill w'
lar, and occasionally incfe by'the firmness prosperity single work whlcl1'even approaches in complete August, increased the edition of the ItoMz JOCK' and GareyeburgN.G., will Mu ied Of th<."Txn.T
4 .
renown' tbe old Commonwealth.
and of the accommodation m$,' ofthe-
ness comprehensiveness design, Bencdict.'sHistory !AL for txprtu of mvr SUB i4VOcaCy
I. il of it'purposes more -*!' the The Daily Paper, by mail$8;SemiWeekly of the Baptists. SCRIBERS,and therefore respectfully request that all .da7'ACULTV'OF Ihd,Whig Pariyt

I t' of one e.than of the fa r; of the otber! ,;$5; Weekly $2; to be paid invariably in THE CHRISTIAN REFLECTOR AND,W ATCH1UN.- who intend taking the paper will commence ,thei Wi A.Smith ft'-D4' M voMnuK. u ww.._,

Henc its als1chnatlon toinkepirty} goodwifl aavanee.*'' what days and nights must have been'given to subscriptions vrith the pretent num'er.Termt. I Mental and.LPbi i bxflcitxt public cruti- .

! i'. : periodical j I professiorrf-faith, or ,. tedious reading to hard study, to the collection of .-Two Dollars a year,or three copies for i David,Duncan, A,.M., { frsey in'their
t ;jADVEKTISINO.The five dollars in advance. ,.. .
t ,invariably s4fsroItyTb.4
make a the documents.. the examination of drY details and extensive Languages. ., -
parade ofbo"l pro Republican affords' one of the best correspondence, very few can fully-under The HOME JOURNAL is t. .mail io all part Ezekiel A.'B1anef, A.'M.? :," ;iftsi' nicomnnmKw
feftsion of seems ic be. 1(often mae mediums for country and city advertisements ,stand. Jt is probable that the next generation of the United States, the British Provinces and and applied Mathematics. ", : $? jlrosj: mtion". *t 1.

with the "greatest particul-' :only t di of the will feel more deeply the debt of gratitude which Europe done up in-, strong wrappers, with the utmost Rev. Charles F. Deems, A. lit Irnsither'armis-
in. State. The ,
pense men from their any journal Termsare they owe to Mr..Benedict than does the present. punctuality and despatch. Experimental Sciences'!J. .>| _V.. :*"t ..* ?J
prat ,; Subscriptions, orders remittance;'and'aU com: )1 t.be.eIRI8e' _'
Its THE Oliver II. P Corpreif, A. B. 104
ot while B.1I'T1ST..The '
own > contents of the '
principles In Daily 'Paper-One 'square (15 lines]) mnnications, must be addressed (postpaid) to th. cient n Languages and\ ; Ju pledged,.
for'tbe / er to be often History as a whole are to us a treasure and ai GEO. P. MORRIS t .d
Nationa $ 50 cents first insertion 25 cents each contin Editors. ., PRINCIPALS- anllb, are inYOked
I ; being inti led much ; such we recommend it to others.. But for ourselves iN. P\WILLIS. V '
proclaiming more SCHOOLS. $ e paper shoiid
uance.' I' SIn we would not be without the information .
for use than show, and o 'trally 107 Fnltjn-street.- Wm. T. Davis Principal of eve.. I in tS1e
; ;
furnished in
adopt uritriPap 75. reference to Baptists of the old world ". .
i oC cents per square,, tjj __., ._ I'
at 1
I to profit others rather tb. !; from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries College. ?. -
; The'only of : first insertion; 37.1-2 cents for each continu-- alone, for the price of the whole work, ACADEMY 'TJNDBR THE DIRECTION 'Charles B:Stuan:A.Mr, .__.. the ER.J.J.EcJi 1 .
rlexpostoD dike b1to's ance. OF LADIES OF THE SACRED HEART; paratory School at Gareyebur.Win : ?
7** CHRISTIAN INDEX.-The volume before nl & 2ft i fAci1.tiIP..
wh a pu a Doub, A. M .
; to be sought in their ion. not i in itself library ton ecclesiastical history.v Its NEWTORE.4',-1" -SL-t# )ITH-.1-- paratory School at Ridgway. r it' .' ..':00\1"

i words; in their "daily wall and,) tel my 12 5 Proprietor.P. real Certain value,we know not how to estimate aright. The Sacred Heart Academy is about' eight > The cpHcgiate year is divided ?* : 1P'i. ., t.- _J1. _
S. Our contemporaries of the we are, ten eagles would not bear away from the city of New York, in the vicinity The first begins 8 weeks after, '.1 I .'-"!', 00-
r not their Oon irU cheaply t country from'us our copy without some assurance. that we of Harlem and tanhsttanvilleThe site weeks before the.2d Wednesday j. ;-r3 I;{
prpitate and pass k! ior perform- press, throughput Virginia and Nortb"Caro-. :: would be able to replace it. is romantic elevated,healthy;and beautiful. The. as desire to enter College, it ; G1 1DON t. Co .%
. anc. tbe. principlesgencer f[ tie Inttlli- lina, will confer a' favor upon usi which ,:LEWIS COLBY, 122 ffattau Street, 'B.LISHEB. buildings are erected in a' handsome style SiThj 'they be in attendance at the I'' '1'OB .

(already aiare'easily .{ ]) will be reciprocated if they insert the above grounds for recreation and promenade are neat and sion. A short absence at that : R.'V
indict brat Oct. 12, 1848. : tf !L-Tb.abd-.s
Prospectus in their respective journals 'and Ii' spacious surrounded with shrubbery, and pleasantly student under.disadvantages
a '
e :s; weay, call attention to it. _, _'. shaded,by forest and grove trees. -" scholarship'throughout' the: a 'im for-,1nII'da, 1
fore;' on'this the nmencemenl Tit 'PROSPECTUS. ; : ; This institution in its plan of education}unite S of study"is1 110 arranged to ilelauns,ogsinst.11..
': of a new era'in public afiaii dour hom f' 'f".H every advantage that can be derivedfrom a June young menwho
age custom, and net them :bj both affir- .Mrs.;A. B IpIkxEi' .:' '1'1" 0, ALWAYS'IN.ADVANCE., tual and conscientious care bestowed on the pupil English education without stu .-4 isein.bllCaJa-
,, matively t and negatively. mAKFS; this method to announce''to the ,put m;every branch of science becoming to theu sex; Languages. The benefit be' 'babb\Mm.o"
I 4 ... lie thatehe will keep open her Boarding. TRULY 'MAMMOTH Propriety of deportment politeness personal neatness use of the Libariesand from : evidence ofh, '
general, we may say t t Inauguimbodies. House daring the summer- for the-reception-01) A i- -SHEET.,, and the principles of morality are objects or Literary Societies.should/ the ,.ofUle ReoIa-:
t '
ral Address of President, T r &tll.
I Poarders and for tlw accommodation nt *trang.nor unceasing assiduity. The diet is good,abundant; young men to prosecute their JWU"
on the subsisting questions oj FthWday, the traveller generally. Grateful for the very lib- REDUCED PRICES TO CLUBS.. and wholesome. The' health of the pupils is the der for a student to enter upon &<\' 'ns'aeaofo.

doctrines which we have .t"i vav'jw.upheld: eraj patronage hitherto extended her, she willspare 1. > object of constant solLoitnd ;and in sickness. they he must be thoroughly,ac9.uail the witfc- esy appoinUd Vj"
An invariable no efforts to'give satisfaction to all. Her TilE Proprietors of the S&TUEDL'VEvuuso are attended with maternal tenderness.1: ot Grammar, Geography and Aritl i reference index.
observance .
of ,:( Jsutution house u POST, satisfied from the of the last two Difference of ; : .;
commodious and. situated in a & experience religion will not be an b t ele'to"the The of this thoj'other
LI1i -te interpretation to be ge aD that of part ot the town. *. L' rJacksonrille. years that it is the f,manifest-destiny!? of, their >dJll5fIon-f young ladies provided they are Board expenses session, $40 important c.
per. ;
the decisions of the udiarvand May 17, 1&18. paper .to take its. stand at the very head of.the wW DI td conform to:'thr general regulations or Fee, 22 MOT, !'. 4 General, anci:
the administrative in .f weekly preu. have resolved to make the Post more the Ichool4 : per lell8ionl of,' COL !*big th.'1I 0I..1'
precedentest.4is1ied gJate UIlYl.
_ James W.Bry&nit s, worthy than ever of its high position.VThey''aocordmgly S '5. tfA M\ seldbyaprt'lotthVC .
good times-not the eubtletieY of (t Coarse of Education? which include the cost of tex| .
political hare the .
now. of
s pleasure: calling the at- f. ant iik ATTORNEY: -- &c for in
wordcatc1ie and literalu %!kq cannot AND ,> ention of,the, PUbUo.J. -the fact,that the;POST The knowledge t i rel }Jol[. JJt*'d ties being advise room that more '; t'POintDie1iu.] .-
I n4in the Constitutioii authcitytfthe Will attend to Professional business In the Courts b" been greaUy enlarged:,. '" .... \..' the primary objeetof.k>good education it is treated parents to the pocket caw*', rmgnaUODof-.
erase.by Congrea.of the be e. of the Sorter Circuit/of Florida; and In the Fed This enlargement enabidetbem to'lay the equivalent with the attention due so'Important a matter, dent oessary Is supply Th reuo ; :.-par
injunous. rpraetu
of c lnciD eral Court for the.N'onb.wn District of..Florida.t of eight more columns of before basis < cl to the
It ,bu bu ,'* reading and enters as the into the plan of studies (blowing debts with tradesmen In the ; bdg''
for Preal1entlal 110 ;.. :. 'uo'Ac'ENT" their subscribers 'Weeld-belnt-in fact,an addU in every class and department of)he School n"ci ., ia h4etrtrnen'
; Wgh/ degree.
: .. ; P -
e ; 'and Uon one-fourth to h4ol44reaof' .om.p.
\.o ; ho : n3WbMeS
papdr The course of education $ ;
J comprises elomtion
Legi.s1ation i in ru for, en r .Business-in' thei State __ reading of Virginia designed to'providft '
contempt f. < 'respeetinr *' th ; .
\ 5 : .aeter'c-"
au- 40 ,izcacter oj tM -pefJ ,: :' writing arithmetic, French and Enllilh' ban6ofallCoU9ges.il to.this .
'- tontj of Congress ) gmata&a4 0011"0' Und1' and the lOCAtion .The grammar,, English .an&Frenoh polite j literature ,han $ JeDllJ'aI' ,.aa-
or selling thereof.* - -i-- Aj to the Jintinyvhic1i d4eriinie ''t composition in: ln,both g flJ.s_ wagoeoa.
"< '" ** bu,been under the supervwon of the prose languages; history, dent without ipKialduthontjrfi &
is tcJe dm nlstered'dfr ; t tion f.l.9' u: *u Also AGENT M'. -, Editei- be maIntaIned' "" :;present' .' sacred and profane, chronology, geography,,,,the guardian f ,Mall W-5oaT onk '; ujlis 1a u..a. "

I \ -Ibelievet'witliIonr: PrtofaidehU t't. the but for Ue.lBolleetlo'n of CWmiun( the"::United I It hall be neutral in Politics and".ReiIgion at we of the globes and delineation of math ele-. the debt;forfeit his ,2 !"a4 ord-'
U hold-
tI UU the time that menu orutronomy eheJJ1l.tl'1r natural philosophy Let gaardiaas.haTe :linC\< t army
.the'maxims'and JOI.M1Iit&r1 or..otkefL.terTioe."pe .,. lame it.'rflftH DOfea.r'to IDCULK its ; parents and;
pdk j of the i IUppU8I'furnished YolnnteersTahd for hol1lel.oa breath., j'.lff.:11" If "I iti i,*t ,.. : .. \i' mythology. geometry,'&o. kinds of useful aidirnamenUl l law, and where if may be n a.J n4U*' ..,
"Father of '
his Couotry" ,andIf' earlier Ot.herpoP n,Jest,for .ldJ.. ;V St.&et ';;ff. LOrigifl4l4ndSWcttd.4.'ida.jI"- tteedle-work*embroidery and silk ,sheni11e count with a merchant,let the ptf [tuning the d*' '*
-: Presidents; and that the iwrt ;i'gwould ta < ,;.< ..,.. ."' ;Abh. Iti brli sI Tales. Sketches Essay lto.1i" gold and silver- artificial towers aDd ererj'speciel snsted"adl4hbamouflEspe tori aA-atantr

be the pecu1iar'courseand 'dtrkof I .; .thee ': & ., ,F1of_. c 1' 1 .'Je of the highest character. -;jThe1 faulto.of no 'a ? fanoyrwork' ,according.. to the wUlxeiol wiueelae. alfit ?t t-nvyr >i
lately overthrown r tic!. can over lOoked, from.o11 hearents. ", :. i t.A '&-af PREPARAT01 .. Q&ppOnI-
ror ,.
1 l respect DEP
Dynasty ; ;A-t .. wnb
... ,
1 l'j" Type' "01 orIJtinalitr.rn 5\ '*L. i1.t'f'J ,** t9CWCmOa&
( Found : .It ::. .: =
regard Wour For P s BoArd 9ith4l' raontl '
Ci ;
D e' eon .. M' Its Selected Articles will be proenW f r Tt \ per annum& '*:_ ltyliU PliO fhrJ '
I I: giidEt h&.t !aid'down iri 1' htFir& ,59Ike ,'QB J& or'oln,n&JJT'wyo Jr:1 wurcw; and the'readers.of jthe POST may Spend tl..Postagebooks,,:,stationery. and_washlnz- '.are t flU>o prepare,yoanijnen,Tor '" .
wen Addr as Mepanbly' t1 which : : .a..ben hs.k < ." mm finding 1U page,the.beet' Psn'WanuO1iOC5eZT'
!' ;il i: bel ngi-'td'bttr': system "and \o feiiiiutionJifor ,1&iWWiSKSiS&R; Jhe biejueM 'ko.j that appear either in the foreign domwUe :t Payments aw to be.made seminnnallyjjiadeueaw : rhoodf.tnr 1 ehb: Comm4tsr"of

.. which place all happiness anif' f: rn" ,.! a""lIQ ti JSSSL 1oIt'1&-reoey". with!,,l- American nagninei world Thu.e under laying contribution!the .whole,English and.1 '. ':Tanoe.." ),be made fop:. pnpfl..lthrawa Z 1l. !n '1f9j,' f .... 'maylii. Q! PSfOT& S

4 a&tious jn the; :juapulous'pb tu7dep.teh baTjrpe before the expiration of the ThtlCh n Ui. iD\1yr i' full tJie.lloall
ofFare m.nt4
ce 4 Ji&vtturaL,. ... ri quarter.xMnt : .Uoai|
them will be [ .
01' H and t4 i for cogent .. -. rJ1ofproc fa
Jastiee and Peace. 'The maxi is ot "t l lad.they will 111I' ',ThAr1oulturstr L.pfw '." reasonss 'e .r-3)1. : 'V'I 1ID ,'tJ1.c1itectlq.'Of ; '"
'F tItl6i'rr JaiaIaaJl.; 'ofPinte Iatcrkiaqt the bs tAc .POll No pupU wiU b. Iec.ein t 'ihorter.poe now beU.4OuA; "
: thi"nl ia lor' J ,
waifAddressbeing always er.
F reig t ',)1t..J'' 'J onriDdlutiU.empJo1ed given hmtofor,"oblc the eiiangv OJ than Iix utonthsX f -w S : ...
!pOUcytthOie 01 thfic&ti$ : tEe fA dnierpape: ;.haU becomjose4 'otthe n 4l.ht'r. tlt, -
rof besi'a. "
J '; uDerintendi9g ID&I1Uf&ctaring clepartmelit., tioUa 1b Mule on the plano3iari; ,. iuftar.thawing iM I itisess1ons 1L' ti of iI1 tall S
".M f esti8y&Dd: of "MI .r ,. ,PtoristOri.fewp ;.bGlYSEt MYur caa.8lbUDd1Ii. tJie".amerou"11oc11 painting. the Sl'ulehi-GOnuq"an4.It&I1aD Ian.are st "
regon ca1a- 4eTofell oftheCoUeg.pcupcr. .The : '
to t.
k; m aeoe," iJoit:1: be looked on ; Ipowible weat tiot tr h_' ,,hO JHI"Iieh. f 'Apieultural.: D5P&1tfli5fltsUper1rto abJe.N'1I1&1D.thJa"7 ezt. cbaigel. .'. little tees then a student.of Co f.I'Ji f.I'Jia aftlt. 'wiD" .
lort'Chr .
f''Iffllbt''IDt1Ue4 t what(I ne recb1aawige : Id1 ials- \ .,
point of aepteaaiott.-OJ' TJ .':. l'At pay In &-par ATIJJII1"I..y. COUld be mady the aerylo f igie w'lter IfltItUtIODidactaughtwthout"GaftiPJ ip, kel a the S i Boarding lodging in !
,extra lin all ')
1 1 any cxpenwt, .1.B
the of their '
bill to
more eompJ &ttEiikd'bu N.yert.Jlln' .. .
,> iVSWSP oharge
l -
JQt Pol1msay:11it .PId-T1JII tabD-fA-GCILIqt tot.1 -I. Th.Newbohi.eJg *,'doisstf4"' b' : f' deflCYItfligIai4 '' J'uitton,per session,for Cl : '. 3 :
( _: e"t now at 9tg. !t 1t'pr I It r .
: .9 f. DIr lb' ...J.1.( -- 1Iud ss is Is pouibis'eete d' TI. : "' ; r.tt4..t. ":>1M 1t f1
if. a 'Jieaijyfevttt.thing r''S ,,. WWTING.&ATLOR 'i befor tbe.1'ad eJb":J (: : b1i t l- D" Q 1 m t j 14'CI'c' llah r' '.rI' 1 l' -I'.-.. ?
that' ,: ; rt' week t "
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