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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: January 3, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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...'.Work on America Published In., cans.( Even New Orleans that .bright .star, : The Wkshingtofl ..correspondVlii'fof; the 'I. TbiNewYork"Tribune publishes the following : .Bz... Jpt il, Ofc.'oftiwift> .: ,W.taVefiiif ranstead ::;-r tioa t. to:ibeM then in7 relation"to ?'.t..l'liifeir .',; .. .' '.,

1848. ; of the West with all the accpnnt6y; iriegraph, of:lbe'eonferi.nc :. L'of pnbl4mg tthll:'ezplanatiohmedeby .eit > *
advantages.of its i. Columbus Times has the following'remarks: I f'hat tI11 'I" .
We hare found it our duty on more than. magnificent rivers; may,possibly be subject In regard to.a subject bfVast. ,inipoftarice to .of'Wkr{inemberabf.the HOTse".otR*. JUfc:WJB./&'Brown in;:his.place! stituted" toade theF.to1 OUtberI, ",

one occasion to do justice to.be' principlesand thelaw of the mos powerful, if it be notsonsnpplied theSouth.; .The,writer .Y.I-, .", p nIt4tt Wednesday:uight-;: in!!htHoase.,we"sat4wn'j1e, utmost? or to northern' ; J'J' "IM.,
late minister
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:"I ftnou* that.many of: the best informed Wi1t1cGTONWednedayDe2.: justice by inserting his deliberate.trritien def sustarnedbyin-vptes'-ifIhae $J ;:
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France to ;
of the republic of the execution of oppoi'Lj4
struggle by.the'prompt the .
tU.R,1tt beure.t: dJou .J -
Democratic leaders. anticipate that:the:flExecntive.will _The Whigs held in the 1811 States The book is now being translated Florida canal, and the.'concession. of certain a.eaucns Oj ; i. iaAi pUojvifgicaiil. : been eonsistengpd JDf Iqhlrt. ditct $haZI WJ ;
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i is It is intended to local such creation veto-tbt:)Wilmol proviso if presented House.ofIepresentatiea last.evening. 'PI, ) it; .1 d the f. .1
and nearly completed. advantages, as the of a' to.him: ,. FromMet1ijon4, .' prove re to og $ 4
the and prospects ,of tfys liberal 'and-'passed: will.roake There Was a full attendance. :1\1. r: Cabell of fred, and to tote .
develope power warehousing system. wider> breach & : iACABD'vngipoeitodajjnjh amready totJbt Deffloci* 4\
\ 'the Whig party..thinjio Florida l ,.,made, a i ; :
great American republic. We have sJ. speech/defining'his poi without'! 'mquiring1ielher'he.ljTef fa Hh if! J
contended that whatever might have: The 'Noise and Cotif aslpu In 'Waclitngton.A exists in'the'Dem ratic organiation: The: tidn' .,which.' caused"great "sensation? The JI House nndef Jf brth the Soutfa-2.Trhethef;be !. 1oVlo1

been ways his indiscretions in diplomacy, he wasa friend to'whom it was written, has been course of the Southern Whigs..leaving' theenucus' best feelin .pervaded the,meeting; the'''mem' much; ;excitement,i and tI in the. confusion. aplDst.the Provisdf./One thing; &.., Jl la Ii -

republican in his principles, and ardently attached -! kind enough to permit us to I lay before our last night, settles this,fact;.while it bers fully interchanging opinion burnadeno' w.hich. .prevailed-presuthinj: no; correct report era Democratic frienAl :shouM jememb f.. f r'
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also goes far to sustain this impression as to t1oD.i.';Jt test of my. remarks'will be, famished ask '
to the United States and her institu readers the subjoined graphic letter in I was thought id ttwait ; {hat in the North thtMeflt4alnsvth 't -

tions. The evidence of these two features which the scene in the House of Represen- the ,President's purpose, ;which it draws the progresS K"bf Jurther., baIlotings&day, injustiCe! to myself'l*. "'bat'':you putiisk.thisCommunication extension'of.slavery jsdmosl nniveri&a4lij' : ..

in his characterviU soon appear in the puj>- tatives in Washington on the 12th instant, principally from the change; in the tone of when, as i it W generally tstood,they will ;, : *. ifeare"reqnfr d to beeom&the'adocaJf -
the National Intelligencer/on the proviso, concentrate'either.on Samuel F..Vinton; 'of After had received sb.Totes lot Speaker, of.itsexteriB '
lication of his book on America; now being i described..Richmond Republican. butlacta4wiI4. b1fle4j l' t: :
translated into English by one of the best that paper! beingregarded as theorganof.thevjews Ohio, or Tnaddeus,Stevens,' of P nn. The on Monday last 1dafterthe, :House1 had with Whigs-this eorrespondee I. .
WASHISCTOS, Dec. 12-
translators of the French language we have : 18-19. of the government on all eub- caucus adjoqftied! at an early! _hour. ,, U'' adjourned I was sent lofto'go to the' room ted none of my friends.. j alone airrespoci
Dear Sir The House has not made j cts of reallmportance.. Uhtil of; a' member. '.Whent arrived
He is familiar with : yet a very Jately, ;:.there.JL sible,'T taade no PTitptedgoiaqpii : .- -'
with. perfectly
ever met of both and in his Speaker. I attended its whole sitting'to- the Intelligencer was wholly .uncommitted The flOfl.Otgafli tjnnofthdfl5; of learned that it-'wu'for the p rpose of'haying My Jeuef. s/ uDft dn the vetbsl cOUje4: '

version'the .idioms is little languages possible, fettered d&y, in company with! some gentlemen from upon this subject." ::; Representatives did not preVent "the.Senate a onferenc with Mt: Wilmot' t of Ptfnitfsylyanitf sation with. .'Wil ,'which lfUy
as as by It from Here is at last full and free Democratic from entering its executive dnties who'' soon ::after' "into'the s
tipon came
the of the French I VTaeeling. was/evident, some preliminary a : ; On taTnedbyhissptechiThe" -' ,.,' jil. .nhui4JJ4BEQWNz. -. -, '
peculiarities favored with the tongue. flourish trumpefs, _that the Democrai4 confession as to an important fact, which,we the' I5lh, Mr. Berrlen.offereda..teSQdtJon;! :: ( rooms. He'Informed me; that they'were sat : < '
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from are his translation. M.following Ponssm e: s'- and Wilmot tFree SoilerS came' preparedjto have maintained ever since'we.; penned the which was adopted,:,natifying. :the President isfied VAhTtbe position "of-- # Potter.; ot VAmIs t NiVe. if2, 1843 I<$ l.
tracts first that the Senate : phio,.and.lHtd forl __ < oo _.. -
elect Wm. 3. Brown, Indiana and article in favor "of the nomination ;was" 'inTzeaknd reaatcyreceive. beelOeadito vote himi t -1f''ttt.dj. '
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insisting.canal upon' the absolute the necessity of of eu '!, utifl proceeding t6T>allot, the vote of Allen Gen. Taylor, in 1846. We told.'the people any; communicatioh ,in. relation to lithe time had 'iTived| when' :their ;votes I 'I R 'WILMoT''.dd n It, ,: U": >

ting a through peninsula Massachusetts for Brown created quite a then, that we believed.Gen..Taylor would matters"\ itb1n.b! .sphere of their paiate would bttve'mad .a choice:'that"theyvwere -. : ; '

Cana through Fod. stir, as an inklingof l what was to follow;; veto the proviso, should it ever be presentedfor ,Constitutional action. :<; .* "- willing' to vote for me"'if I would :agree- to : ,..following wapianationof &; !: Wzzor'e' ; t : riflZ; ,

"To complete this and sure enough the votes of Preston King, his approval.. Subsequent occurrences : give theni/air eommitt.on the district of fbtf negotiations eL "\ ." -

allel to the Atlantic coast, it remained Florldr Gildings, Wilmot; and other free Boilers emboldened] us to declare] that we tnet to bea ,S.THE LYONS DEBxbr-'AuBAMA; The report of F; Columbia the Judiciary' and Territories; MK-Bfown: : > t :",. I

nectit to that which is presented were cast for Brown, together with almost fact what ,we only believed to be so. If the Bank Commissioner, was' laid before that New,neither himself nor, the gentlemaii''from. .Mri-Wmot; (said'thai h (had heti1.- r .
Legislature of Alabama the 19th York [Mrr P: desired ; ?
frontier of the gulf of Mexico, by the entire phalanx'of tie Democracy proper Gen. Taylor does not veto that infamous Nov'r. From on KingJ td be upon'these versatiorfwith the gentt man frpnl fromv lit : ,J
this document .it that .com itt that all! he and his .
canal across the peninsula of Florida, which carrying him up to.1 U out of 226 votes cast measure, he will prove recreant to his friends, the debt appears e8j [ friends diana,Mr.Brown,) of>hich7'with'tBe'mission pet .
foreign asked-was'lhatlbe ,
created >
would have considerably the nav only' two short of ;an selection. The,Whigs to the, South, and to honor, and'we- cannot Bank and ''bran.ch to establish the State ; ablest men of' the, diflrent. -' of gentlemen;he>onkl state tie sub*-,: .','
which is shorene scattered their votes, Ithout at and will not believe this of him, until the amotfnted: ,. two years *parties}and both sections of the'Union, fc ,
gation, any attempt stance.. HeMr.W.) ressed'to that'geh I.
noW cape am ago, to $9,170.555 55.-.Since that, time the might be selected but asked that ;
thii truth forced incontrovertible ; they, they
vessels would thereby elude the dangers ca c ntration. At point, various hints upon us by interest has been should : tleman the conviction, btf honetlyfr- '
thrown out that faere had been bargain evidence.. It seems that even the Demo- punctually paid, and. the be impartial and unprejudiced upon tertaiiied -
which they are exposed between the Baba were a cratic leaders the principal of the debt' has- been reduced 'to the question of slavery* that their feara'werethat ,that the pnbliji!ybice Tn respect L.. .
islands and on their course to I: an understandiig, a correspondence are now avowing same theeatquesnon'whithiiow'.aitated 'tt I -' .
Florida about :,
a, between the Free Soiire and Mr. opinions. The writer for the Times seems $5,600,000. Besides t his"there is now might so constitute these committees .
from the Brown, by country/would l bVstifled.Irj the''commihee 4' ,
Mexic i .
la the bands of tbeCon missionerabout as! to stifle what .
chuckle the idea that of $500- he.: regarded as, the public ,
"The board of internal improvements di1. which that gentleman had become pledgedtq over a veto the fthls House. All thaf'he/artf'those l '
a
c.
000 more of specie funds to' be' 'in sentiment of of "I
applied majority the
them manner inconsistent with his Proviso will create a breach in the Whig country associated
studied this with
gently and were convirj-; III a were himtasktcI! r' teat t6l.
ced of the facility project ; it submitted -. professions as di clokd.to the elite Democracy Party. Be it so. Much as we revere and reduction, and theprospect: of a' further stated to him in _reply, that regarded: 'his was a fairoppbrtunityi: gite exebn ti .;'t
eecution reduction $1,000,000 but of .the funds. ofie request as reasbnable,' and that, elected/
admire the doctrines of the
detailed plan of'it to the !of the South,andy which professions great Whig Partyof the great public sentiment of the
a government, Bank. The' collections actually de I I should constitute these.committees of : p opWio. ,.
which I fully described in my work upon mil secured their vots. At first, all rumor the Union, we revere the institutions of and fair the Cuntry.. :Thejwant d and-thet'aeke '
fom'tbe Bank assets since :
: February, ,1846, impartial men; that whatevermight be :
the South ,
Our
devotion the South
more. to ;
the civil improvements in the United Stated of inch "bargain" a&l "correspondence11 was nothing more AU that be'a i ct blS' frieid :
dined the of rises above all party, and all we ask is hat have amounted to over, $5OOU,000 in. cash. my yiews uponany and all.,questions, : I haddesired 'ot ; .'
which also contains all the technical laboijs eteudv, earnestly on part the -Mr. LTOKS is would "iis At the; hand 'tba'gentieniai W
if if the crisis does.come, the Southern Democrats highly: complimented not my'power as Speaker in such .
from Indiana
Mr. Pleasants Mr.
cJjte. Accomac
and other and Bayly ( ( BrdWiirwasljat"it -
projet submte encutei the press of his State for the abilities he has manner as to prevent important 1"
by the used. o call him GeK. Ventose,) had thrown may prove'equally loyal; equally true From any question should be elected Speak ,i'ofthe HoUse li ; t :t
brd. displayed as commissioner. being fully presented and discussed .in '
ofEone little whirhvnd in to the South, and her cause. They have would constitute the .:tfia .
"The canal would have been 168 his peculiar way. the House. .-",l\Ir .Wilmot appeared satisfied. BO committees i t.

miles in length, with a total fall of 221 leet .toclearofftbe fogl But 'shall the sons off yillified, maligned and slandered the old hero, The Jury of Inquest in the case of Dr. and left me. .In a short time I received from they and their constituents'whom theyl're ; : -. 'i.

and locks of large dimensions to admit K f wind frighten tie king of Morven 1"N4t ever.since his name has been presented for P.UUtJIIAN.says the Y.Heiald of the 15th I bim the following note: presented might be heard Jn '!hls halli Nofi rf ,"'"

pa ;age of sail vessels. This truly great at all. It w i still insisted there hade the 'Presidency. No"charge has been too ult.) closed their labors on the evening of stipulation had been entered}into, or sought!*;Ii t. Ift

national project has not yet been commenced. a corrtlpondtce and a bargain. After gross-no insinuation too dishonoiable for he 12th inst., after a session of ten days. DECEMBER 10, 1849. Jo be entered into as to'theparucnlatmet| : i' : :'Jt
bemi .
This unfortunate delay has been owing ch shuffling; tt'as admitted. Mr. them to publish. He has pursued the even -They have found that Dr.VBSTER is DEAR SlR :-In the iconversation which J who should be placed on these committees" l

the different interpretation given to the Br'>wn, of Indiana got the floor, and looked tenor of his way regardless of them all, arid guilty of the.murder of rDr: PARKBIAN, and had with you this evening, you were free to They desired that the gentleman,if.elected| ,'I !.
.
t powers conceded to centl goveri- I though.he weliabout to state that he belonged now when he is likely to assume his position will have to take a trial for his life. What fay that, ff elected Speaker of the House of should place upon these committees tle.bes If: Jil .-

ment by the constitution, relative to appropriations I to the ntr family, and to strike wehope they may have the magnanimity testimony.was elicited before the jury, we Representatives you would constitute the and the ablest men whom the South lad sen ] v :;.
old We all !, to do him justice.-Macon Journal.A Committees to represent its interests here: ih ordervthaej \ :,
of the public money for internal upjjthe: song f are nervous -ner- are not apprised; and a determination on the on Territories the Judiciary, and '

improvements. I certainly cannot pretend! vaiL:1 nervous P> He stumbled over 'some Grave without a Monument. part of the authorities to keep the matter the District of Columbia, in a manner that the views of the: South'uiilght'.have.' : aVfnli 'f. "

to place my opinion competition'with that! tvraddle, and finally! admitted that he had The noblest of cemeteries is secret, until it come before the petit jury should be satisfactory to myself- and the and fair expression through the commfaefte \ 1"
the ,
of the American statesmen who have opposed ] agreed, if electee Speaker? so; to constitute Its is and, Ocean. for trial, will keep the public in suspense as friends with whpm r have had the honor- and the halls 'Congress.. -They "desired? :
in human .
the application of the public funds certain committee as to tatiffy Mr. Wilmot poetry language ever to the character 'the'evidence. act 1 have commdnicated! this to my friends;' also that Northern ,menhodogtheoinions 6
t will be : ,
unwritten.
letter in Its elements of sublimity and if in of. the North,, and ?representiiigt'hi !( ,
and to
of such general interest; but what answer one reply to tb.IS.note you :can give :
work, and affirm as an engineer, is, that from s drawn'out of him, are subjects of feeling, not descriptionits II W.J.BROWS.-The.Richmond Republican! them the same assurance, theywilJjive you views of the' .Northern"people* should ;aUc t 1a

the ca interests say of American commerce on the ana li'friendsflliS!, aitintrigue; a "bargain, its recordllike the reflection mirroredon says: The election' 'of this man Speaker of a cheerful and cordial support. Respectfully be heard. through' the committees an&1i4 oJ: ,"
which waveless bosom, cannotbe transferredO be blow halls of Congress, and'.that''their: viewsshould ::1 ,.t
Gulf of Mexico assume from year to ye; r : at the the House was to a special, at, Gen. yours
much more consequence from the settlement: M ( Kremer. (4honest paper.-Its vastness, its eternal hearings, TAYLOR ;. 'was:' to be the gratification of a D..WILMOT., not be.' : mother d. This wasthc' fl !i

of the western ranties the rich valley ;t. George Kreme! mind,) if it be still "roam its majestic music which in a storm, and its perils -- sweet revenge; a 'bitter pill a poisoned Hon. WM J. BROWN. purport of the conversatlon : 'I Ij ,. 'J

the principally that of the Mi >- i it ,, roamingwill "cry aloud and spare are things I had endeavored a stiletto which was to snk deep in the old I knew the reason why I was interrogated.I HeaddrcssedanotewthdeiitIeinth1fron 'i F
thousand times conceive
to but until '
Alab; of American commerc'e no't. As forl'-rown: I doubt whether the : I was hero's heart ,and'avenge at once all the : had been !Iadiana'akinj himsubtintnklly! ) whethi h. ,t
ssppi Qnei the channel buzzards wouk touch his dead carcass. It on its mighty bosom, looking out:upon its wrongs of Democracy. always regarded' as, entertaining' if he was elected Speaker of the 1touse"hwould _.' 1' .;
narrow feelings to the South than
more friendly" amajority
tween DW tr and the. W i conceded th they are_not very nice ; but moving mountain wave ?feeLing that eternitywas "But bow:bas ::the, serpent's head,been of the the so'organize, 'committee\as 'toW : :
FJord Bam distant from the thickness of representatives1 .
me a'single to r hirns "andT, friends "Her 1. "
satisfactory
to ".nere.. itif beyond aU that the minstrel crushed!. 'The:c'aggef''of- has bro.keriiithetbandofthok "
commerce revenge North.-
degree : ..:A.s a member of the 28th Congress J.
scuity. ace hu Ol ." plank; I hadtried in'va.in to feel. and know i who wielded' it (Mr. Wilmot) .deared" that, fair. 'utte 'i '
by the execution of this work in caieofamarithne .4 I arid I .advocated the application the Mis 'i; '1" -. --"
of the
the glories grandeur \ sea,. I,.there anceouldAb-gWeiitothofpnblWr.eii. ,: 'r 'l"-t
war must be evident to :For the paftulars, I must refer to the and has cut and',poisoned i no one but:themselves .. lHl"a1IBlT5ad' 1 :
you bonn'vodagainst compromise .
> lflerTfix
every, first felt what John of. Paunos meant when Brawn'JihMiH! JT.. !timentft-,The asin, subiteth "b1itt11 t: :.. i
_ pipers Yoo'iH And the matter rich if : ried"f'ba&lroTe .the;: application.the 'ordi .'
,
( *- be said of beavn-TberesbaU beJbA.mar himself too .il even for" the interrogaipryjhe had pdtliEM'W4 It.t : S" i
"Besidescana1betweentbe two seas, tally reported .waving DOZ a ,lew,moments sea." But there is one'element of moral sublimity even nance to the Oregon bill, because,itwas and his friends desired'theMtisfi' cr that : ..
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is to I couldbnt give.you ancKitljne. vilest purpose of tarty.0 And it was for turnIng north of that line.:, For i four IV bad '
.acroei.Florida, a necessary complement tune wntepis ; .which Vimpre&sed"my mind,and which years the constitution of the :committees should fte I:

of the system of defence aort for the pro I. per, have witnessed sucb'.enenot a I should be pleased if I'could transfer in all this 1th1this'acknowl.dgedpohiticalleperouofcIthi: ] .from Whom been Assistant.Postmaster General and bad such as not td stifle the'sentiments: thsv1 i.i ibelFeyedi 3 h;( '. ,;
tctioiof. the coasts of and ; like it,, Mr. .Ritchie was :; \man, neither voted.at an election nor been a member 1' .
ur1countryi '
Attic vividness. to the minds, of.your': readers. of two-thirds of the freemfn of t ; -
Gulf ofMezko; without it the btw n,- present, anjis the plot thickened,. I: could The sea .is the largest, of.cemeteries, and all his-that ownparty Gen:..TAYLOR shrinks as has from, been contamination denounced, of Congress, and had no opportunity ' : .'.t"*i iMr. 11t -,,',
and executed dp- but'be "aminl I at,the" increasing interest he ) recording vote,' these '
these .my upon. ex'cltingquestions.
pje me" ; its elumbererasleep without a' monument.All Stefens, bf.PVrinsylvan i:: dSi ired ta'Hput f .
with i
bitterness in
fence te portions of the mniine s med to tke'in the contents ofsc'me periodical other 'grave-yards:in"all l lands'' show a .unprecedenteM party.war-. I did -not ;therefore,1 object to qUestion to his colleague *1fjf. : '
fire. It for this that Gen Taywa'was
frontier Union would i it ifced like e 'LiyjngAg not was placing my verbal declarations upon:record.
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b intrp some symbols"bf distinction between the Mr: Wilmot yielded DCN:
thlorJh
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mortified and !!
be
before him.He 4o punished I t addressed to Mr.- Wilmot. the -r *11
which immediately *
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action their .-
their reciprocal weakend an the Herol Age ) lay great and the small,the rich1 and I the poor, '* pose* ,.. \ ,:
strength d'\y eeemed hamed, and I hope be was that and the Following,.note:. .V: .. : : 'f :
i1 t but i in the ocean cemetery the king ) :Th. Mr. Stevens proceea d. .1 hequt1 it! ,:.
presence of .an enemy's fleet, stationed any thembf of his party should place him- clown,the 'prince"and the' peasant, 'are 'If Hey Case., ". "ir '"%VasthNoThsCrrDec.. ,10J t '-9.'., I which he desired to put,to his lleague'n t'

in the waters of the bay of Havana.. j j self in sucfci position.. The indignation of alike'and undistinguished. The'same wave In the case of Key, the Grand :Jury after thisi' whether, from theverbaVfntercourse' e' ,
DEAR
SIR In answer this
"Pensacola! M a station fpf the South Democrats, against Bwwa was learing the testimony Morantes and ftey :- to'youfs'. ,
an60btedly rolls! over.them all the r,same' requiem, by whTeh had taken plate between hha and the H.
: date will that r be elected
naval sucti n port refuge, and )aharbor'of strong, anjlxpressed: 'without,the'use of honied the minstrelsy of ocean, is" sung to their haS refUsed to find a bill against the Spanish Speaker, state'the'House, should'of Representatives. ,'I gentleman'from. Indiana, ,(Mr/ Brown,) h .. -

gt ulonc t the operations ,words After this I6wnp, you may honor. Ov their remains the same storms Consul. will constitute the'.Committees on the District ([Mr. Wilmot)had any reason to believe.that* 4 .

.of a U 'n in gujf, sk' I with tl sailor who found himself the beat and the same sun shines; and there, of and the committee would, be Composed of aFm.U I -
and to the it extend the garden, "tint trick they intend to try next." OldVarglnny' V.. 8dekerdoat. : Columbia on Territories on the mb 's'who .
the of in
ptIO' ms t unmarked, the weak and the powerful, in''such shall.b satisfactory ority[ m were favqrotFreoil1 .
outlets of wit! le truly wonderful spirit which I The Reveille tells the following excellent Judiciary; manner as .' : fl.
Hut ;
till
'ultJs Tombeckbeand plumed and the unhonored, will sleep on and friends! I:'am : 'i" .
to j'ou
: Mi8t8ppi how wouldjlhis presides JMr the solE organ, I must say awakened by the same trump, 'the sea will story: yourself from free State 'and'have .. arVUnfo4 said; -:-' Frbnl ihe"versations !-tEttit iog1 J ;
force action be increased in the "A'ow Verms.1" In haste, I An Illinois Sucker took- dislike to a representative :a .'
it dirt yours give up its dead. I thought ojf sailing over great been" to the extension of slavery which.lheId. with tl 'teotl maAi .
always opposed !
: defence of the gulf coast, if this military station t : ; made the slumbering but devoted Cookman,'who, a foolish young ,Virginian Who, a few weeks an4belieVe, that the Fed ral' Government from Indiana, I.,had reasbn'tq belieVe'that;*; ; ,
M. Vardell
could b supplied'directly f.romthe in. BAI.LOO>ASCENSION.- after his brief but brilliant career, perishedin i nee,was fellow passenger with him in should be relieved from majorityfthesecommrtud1ioctposed f'
tenor and preserve a free communicatpnwith a. beautifu ascension yesterday. The proc the President-over the laughter-loving one of oUr.te u .I1ts. The.Virginian wasoirtinually theresponsibilty bf fair Northern'm.h't' *' 'f f&.\' ,: ,

the ports of the Atlantic, and prini it $-l bf inition was not'completed.until after Power, who went down in the same ill-fated : combing his hair, brushing..his' j .of slavery to: where'tbey abolish,it.,have"'"the, .constitutional .' ,' .[Great Iaugtt .f OV1 f'tlihtad. ,, :'r-!,. ,:. .

pally with the great upon the water Sb'clot, but when the fastenings were vessel we may have passed. In that cemetry oat, or dusting his boots-to all of ,which '- Tarn-bower W4BROWN' plause in some' parts.] ?', "-i- ,; >;'I'. .' :1:
,truly
I .of the Chesapeake, dept. of the grca| : finally ctjtoo8e the brave ronaut shot up sleeps the accomplished and pious Fisher- movements the Sucker took'.exception cas ;Hon JDAVlfl yours WltMOti, '" ;jMr.WrLMbrj"(cbntinufng.!: l"airlon ': : .

tine of navigation which forms the girdle into be a with the speed of the -s'wiftest.: but where be and thousands of others of the being> what he termed
of the maritime coasts of the United Static s- rocket. Lie( was suspended by the feet, noble spirits bf earth lienoone bntGod know- lice, by half. He finally drew-up:bis"chair ,::: 'If I: had been'elected, I eel.eonfideni thatI I -bf nr'.rel--- iI 1i1: ,1( rr llt! ; ,

"The Florida canal would,in fact, becotpi$ clappingflnds to the spectators, until he etn; no marble rises to point to the spot where beside> thejj'irginian,' and began-*' should. ,have:organized these committees In the COnversations and nut frdni aae1prsi& f; ,

.a defensive line across the peninsula, the 91* haJ gainian altitude equal to' about thrice their ashes are gathered, or where the lover 'Whar might you be from stranger .u
taenc of which would be particularly fill:i the tieig't f the Presbyterian eeple when, of the good and wise can go and shed a tear 'I am (miii Virginia! sir,' politely answered dr Whig,* would have complained ofit I I from. Indiana;; t'f 1 I ., .

tt species of insurmountable barrier ry an ei gymnastic evolution, he swung' sympathy Who can tell where lies the he gent. intended to constitute thdm of fait .and-m- Seferal voiced ;Where aethsteCe.etk ji i .
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would oppose to the enemy. In wardieleased his feet, and stood on'lhe tens of thousands Afric's SODS who perishedin 'From' 0/a. Vargirinyj I 'sposeP. I says- the partial men, .who would! have thoroughly i investigated Mr.'Stanly (addressing Mn Wilmot) .!! 1r'1l. ,' ,-

,* the immediate result of opening this lottbm'dthe rectangular frame, in'which the iddle passage?". Yet that cemetery Sucker. f.: -* and>reported' upon all.. constitutional ed if it,was not pdssible1 for the1 House to otftft j I; -, '. .
or
would be t hasten the settlement bf be aoontbked not much larger than a spider hath ornaments of which no other can boaston 'Yes sire bU Virginia,' was'' the tepl7:' question 'without regard 10 .sedia a.l' a copy bf the letter.of: the gen. ,, ItjrlU.r..": -,? < .

this portion of republic; which until nqw vibranz mite net-Savannah'BepubliA no ether are the heavenly orbs reflected 'You 'are'pootyTiighi"up: in'the ,pictures or party bias; '.{ 'was interrogated by a number Pennsylvania j-_ j..: t ,

has rmai.with. a. .scattered and t,1l UluJt; in such s Jendor. Over no other is thar; I'epose'continued the first. .. i of Southern men,'to, all of whom I. said :Mh Wilmot. 'I have not)got'kC r tsf.tbe '' ] .' >

population Aew white settlers spar I. "I' Irishmen. heard such noMe melody. In no other ,are 'I don't know what you meian' by that remark \ that I had always been opposed to jhe, Wil- letter j;. fu l (. f

'attracted thereby.: the advantages 'woul climate NtfrGiME Powa.-Twp, works at :inimitable! traces ofjhe power of sir'says the.Virginian! mot :Provisoi. I: was a friend and supporter, MrIng: desIred! pnta'qtiestidnt0jth4 J; 1t -
who wei employed on the public so many Oh nutbin the Sucked 'but that of Gen Gass and' in canvass-.for. Con. PeririaylvaniaV' %J +
from ?
and lands and thus succeed in altercation Jehovah.Never tan I forget my: days and says my gentleman __ $_|*_: ; :.
oppds- into:an; % r-fLu ? ilji-- !I H .
lately got -
Pr Viso'Whig
5'g the. formidable barrier of civilization !toaJJtWe ?napa ; Iowa the quarrel' waxed nights as t passed over the noblest of cem- you are desperate rich. and* hey ben brought. gress-was 'opposed by<:a ,Wilmot IrVjInot p : ed'Jl tif;: -

which at' roceryj As monument.-GUet. up right nice ; oftheTaylor'schooli .. I;was called a answer ::1' '
terieswithou&tingTh
le feared bOrile'cmbinalions a the condition of the mtv warm, oe of them, who was heating a poker : 4If the' information will gratify? you in anyway Calboun'southern' man -advocated the doctrines ;Mri,' Inge; fyemti'. fo- C kitdw' watztht; ,: .-.;

IDsula present < I 5n tjmmon: staVe, ilbdrew it and.run :. to3QuELL1 JllpjU, ER-7A.: corrifs pon- ,' says the,gent; patronizingly, ..smooth of the Cass Nicholson Letter,.with the 'gentleman means: by the1 ejpressioa&"fttfiNbrthernmenr ; :t '

"A railroad such seen the nidtbt ironthrough; .the ;others windrpipe. dent of the Pittsburgh:.Gazette 'relates "the injr down: his i hair, 'I belong ''to-one.of; exception of his views i as.to, the;constitutional ':, lJ' .' .4 f. .' 'i <

the same line a has proposed I .;, ile wound is very *nous> *nd.it jsfho following circumstances,as receivedfrcmi'the first familial. .' .. s'OA power of,Congress ''to.legislate .f nthe'territoriest 'Mr: 'Wil1 t., Meii-wh'd eb 1l1 t.J .:'
that I
upon .
for a might to certain had been selectee' I hrwiH 'prove', fatal. 'Tn*;aggressor. ; sh 'riff of that eountyi 'Mr;<:F r ytb''I' {in course,1,. 'answered the ucler4.4'Well That ,power'.t-ave .nev- put,upon die:committees i U ) .; ;.0 :
a extent triaL at
for cn replace waacolinittea to jail, to await hrt !Some tim i during; the past.year, fief Mr: f stranger,' bein 88'YOu; belong.tq .the er'doifbted, 'CongresspossessedBut.: siderations orattachineatstoarty-M.v:; '. "

!It al te enveniec bf those inhabiting tK&pn$ term of the district court. w.; Van. Forjytbt'.was! 4_ upon .to ..exerCise. his furst,.I'll jest give'you: two of, the 'fattestsJtoats was ,in Iavor? 'of ,leaving;.,the question pecially to.-this drniiistratiofl-t4 f : ; ";' .

national of rivers; but to attain t Baren tunty. authority for the suppression of g1 reaiderlf in allllllDoist J( you'll find m&a.ci- of the institution slavery be,settled.4by woulduot. .give-thcif! ''to'stifls'oo' f ;' ;..' .

r obje it) a, commercial .a i<, 11. -4 ;instituted : meetingsomewhere 'in' theRnbiirbaofvihrfdtyr lar that beldngs to one of, .the. second Yar-- the people who might inhabit i tbeterrit6ne34In i of.,thd eentlraenta-oT': the pcoplNorthr Id ': ',;t .

;*trategu; point t : -,"a large. canal SL4E Ei.S "'A-suit i for i slander* : :At .the time of Jus ginnyfamilies r : ,' other words; I .was': non-interference'; that is-what t' Dt; rl ( fflri ;j i : .
T' i.
atoneatisfy.bit."Besides, if it be desirable fJthe eVJ:Mr;.Gre'nOfike. ,M1thOvae cOrn* arrival 'on:::the ;..Jtt'oundtber:; ; .was. every 'You want to quarrel with rnej. sir,' ,6ays' But'whilst these erernyijes.; -,and whilst ';air.4ilnge! ; .ldf( uiu1 ;, '
to induce a ixii.1atonfh Au y bf agwtnsrjoflge erc** twas" let the' determine '
p of immediate-tand ,Vjolentoutbreak the .Virgmiani willing to/ people you meanmen eommitted oI\th.e.W't
MttU on the J"11Inn8, it in nects* mence4n Brooklyn, N., Y; on Friday. ; the manifestation an ; at6m.answered.theSuckerj ; this questionfor! : ,themselves. .under no*t r. Proviso? ;. : ITI'' ;
to adopt a plan to and, while! ;hejwas' deirberatingabout'bisi 'No, stranger; flot ao ; : : .t :1-1 t -
nary 4aintheseJmmeflM close ;
; TtbJntt J ;to a1 : ; Fndayi
marshes that absorb,the richest and the : arid brought' ; : : duty'in ''we 'preoll?es..heas 'but I neverseed, one:of: the, second cunistante8ebuldl.vole.fora territorial .bill 'Mr wnmoti' ;Noj 8irbv1n! 'mdH'Wf: !

tportion oi the State, ani ge. 1gtae-lStb.{ The'reverend 'gentlemandaiK&jamages approached by t'bi ReffJifr. Kirkland .who familyand I'd ginsathinto'gitasight! ofpni, having it Vprevision .toijtslablish: : institution further committed than"so far.os \IWt. .i t- .
especially of but ; -
towards the outber&extreaity of the T to the amount $5000 acted so'cbnspicuousX part> the'laW,trialsin'our' OD'em;. ',1 know ypa'airbne;, of the /Hfrf, of slaveryi. >I have repeatedly jsaidthalalthoughl hmightbeds-] :
penln the|<| ;-came into.Court abont,3/o'tJocJ 'Jokri' .* deemed the Proviso as.unsented th _.
This result withtequesttb&be> Aypnldt' cause TOu look jest like Randolph t. ,
cannot arrived
: except V renderedaVer- ,court,
Al. b ; hint of f tha'oo fIl8ioJ i
( > theLeTheIhenif1TeP1iC(1tbt This rpollifieJ the Virginian-the a sly toeara.amias, .
canals and 11 y gflpfl''iY/v..l3TftY6rcn
by,catting dj ,.to be J 11 MjfejTf M. tlte. lon8 0 : to GenWl'aylor for'his.signature, ;,a qulrebT the''' entl taani'fromPennr-* ', -
connected as to ,unite 'the stagnant watfc ; JaU doubted muc to his teelingSj aT dpeackno. .;rreugea relationhiptfftheoratoft. .
; : be. :'>! .* at the'Noeth'he ban been --regarded fa.or (MrifWilmot: )" hat-that; :bnhlioe n \irm' :
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channel thence be carried : ,
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into one 't to fh jfestfSft&SSSSg the'success of such an eJp dleD."bubat. rKirkland' '8 t !jknow,* .:conlin ed.tthe''Sdckeifjwas : i. il'g the'rneasure/'arid at' the South. jjopuosedto was td'which h$'alluded.* '..ii--\r-3| ,-:wIt ., .:,: J..

se a."To all these showing J l h snrrency 1' flfes ; .Sd fmmediately to make the assumedra,.experiment.. elation.. aabore .'" a .descendant._ b(the[..!Ingih_ 1 gai, \ Pocahontas. .<- ,it1Istated toseveral'soutbcrn gcptfemeh :1 Mr; Wiluicit. is thZt. slavery:: feaUgc(.*i intf i<-
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_ of cnsetons. a" atxt : : ... .....ni'.b ', at the : the multitude,and poureu u 'J"- _' .1 that mrnhinttwasJuot: clear as,to,the constitutional farther-' -wira- ,- : ',"
which draws its imo.' "'ur'y Iw her busbnd- ;-th Rev. J N14atht.Tt4ander little eltvatrd the; fulineess :of a 4'Y u'arid rightVstr\ i., Vnsweted in? other,' 'power ib abolish slavery la.the'District > |n rcply to another;questionlros 'Mr ] 4
be added lsaIo1
cr is to forth appaiently {ron. Col li.u .that Stonly-I : & .
of wis.anxiousif
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Mr; .
Rev. I'doyou '
American nation complainedof' by ,apropriatejhe 'WelI.stranger* tbe.'Snckerj! j : ?' .
lance from the pathp l\ Christian spirita ''praye post vas to be'a i itated this..winter*, thata 1 -Mr, ""'< ?
wtre.4itt1e4 by the 4cfrndahts}! afterbe conk knOw thaiS anuth querthiIig'allY5: paz.zle question .< .
hereafter have to take in'lhe.struggle, : V : : (cciODi immediately seed be raaift ff an able commit timcnt of two-tbirdsjofjDA Northern,
might
arJudgPitjCd t's hi-4 flevet 4'Yarflnyi ; report orrj pas
the.two, Iords. will.be''engaged ;ja.! ) ai4j relation In';to cbnversattertr.lbat'Greeni that e':1ced, thos, arod bini b.ea.i11 tQokoflbeirbCtaiMd:cam; ,4 me,,.and that,'diJn't t: ;clain tobe; el her,,de tee 'Jegal iitTemethMVan'i .Purea:be- I-have stated. ,v ie ; --

c Indies must necessarilyone t. : 't; t : .tb ff J peace ,of,bisindjthit \ Wme of tbem-vetyrenrently' scenJed.ffbm jinlriguiiJbhh.Hand I pntror a lieved,that.Congress.p Ossesse4haU; wer. Mr,W.'waa underatoo fojigt eij ;.t.: .
_ of the object* of,that, struggle* TOJ a 8. had destroyed yh pi'tt.tb. onclu8 on ** **" S 4
1a !
l b n ?' '** : -A jat & t the South yptedf6rhim 1 hayVal* belief.that the pipple otth North wpS b 'i
; were) a couple ::pf fBolemn 'mannerproJfoon ,. : ; -- andy : ? ; ; ; I t ,
sure.Uie4yanta e of, this! trade, ': they ': bit ban J.d in3hCgreatiOfle .p : i$Jige '.not J .
for JenedjeJiol1"wtbVhieh
rivalries construct. In.onndreta.: edtb \ 4 ; .,
are striving : ,.
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r ..,' the 'mob otrh .'thait.: 1i' i wer8 .epar' not interfere-Witt. tbe..institutioitofitaeryia oIumbiaprecty as. the ""
individual profit the great canal betweenthe. :| j : : are usuniuydiimiS(1: ; .Iwithbut ;> .'
: jf the DistrictfllrColnmbia Southern-\Siate DpOMtoj11t1 1 .
bHALfJAtLTTUEMi4ltceiTed i t1i) 8 Su ker got were :
: m'im .ongreptioii J.roti and kep( 11 : ., Ii' Ii
two seas near :"the:isthmus bf Panama.Yronjihi .ai quietly as .;
; J iIfDi; ti t.iA 3i perilea his bmeA&Ji&steype4hoieJe the conWatofUxViohabitants'IfCongressp ;: their limit3iCnC hado dft Ic : ;
', thc ap1Kft! : A landing pear
leavingtbesbe4U0AerflJOUtnaLPfbmfl ,
'thaf thu canal .i.llf it, ;" forac$4 ,_ _!.'f i"gJro ; hnrch, ; aught sightvof: ;theVfrginiaii'' sjeiws the power; .bo1ia11'.' averY.\1tl\ xl th L 4
ve'dy 11 ._ .. ,I t'Qf.\h't.' a ., -
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Hva 1 wooderfalljrfeitnatea 1i' ".' 1:/ : I t."l i.j..tt.r"., taHt e.r':,."4tt.for'\h..p'ff ,1 t'J.f.x'r". 1iit: :on .' ppefdeckt.ana i' ;bailed :him; ,'at 'on'e the Districtand the peppIeVepnMn: !n>,,one. .
trith <. 'I"'fj.1d.4J.1't. iti it J ."-A f1: .i" ",, 'ft1" > .r.1' .: okot be wtibf'CongrM
-Anbllt..o rine tPtoei_ .pef. autoor..otle8't. J.-"J w 11i 1pj : : ,. should pbject t _. '
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station an"East 4'e! :? : : : ); :,)Kletiexlfcpin: :> :
l midway betwewXurope II 't l'', niotli.cationf Ba :deC1pk ekrakerstocas -,. hoats for the rsU ( that beions 'i aa ti., Itt-writuig > :
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0 .. Winthrop preffous to defcUoJtopt( th4 ; ,ihe which greatgood:I ten Jawftssej p t,',to" Sfehgion buturthtb! : e ti } '' q < J.- -k "" '" .'. G',.' \ \ 't !tt ,the': t 'On, gaTe, Tennetsee. the ,patemitj, liY .' 'J. :1
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of the c"6l6ni2ationpr-Africa>* J1 as (Indiana) (
beneSceee ; proper ,ae
know, also, whether there \Au any'' ; dpendencethat':au", -'t' n V xtttO&o&Qard to exammejtntd'Uie vajid:' c rporitte. he'Afab'__:Borid4nUc9TIaRa _
artIC1- '* J' .t'* i.' secret' ,, muTJrnit 4' NI|'* '-U: JJ,. 'was mp w red .to. ":declare "to'HheiMaygar tyjbf tides4rV-Nevr Mexico and vCalifornTa\l. i Ciin % ", t l -bjJbi"tior hiS name in another instance j I,. ;ITn4 .

MrWffijje was: Sh' Ictrtl rticle";' ,- rLQRDA. "T'llEpUBLlCAN.: Patriot the readiness ..of.jhis.Gdvernmentpromptlyto A peologtcal nndMineralogicaIjurvey! l of completing said aY.was.extecdedtotbe1tday : nessee has):some noble ,sons] f 1a"sani -
.
Mr. SftPberinJ redt6 novbeth '._---.- ; : 0 "" -:r '' .."' "', '. ; recognize''theic: .1 Independence, ifthey the latfer territory isurg? d upon 'the, atten-, .of, anuiiy, '1852. Your corlte name, and, the connection..baj i' :.a1waYS'"'

cr 11b1gJlken.! place rrio e di.n. !;that Thursday, January:3, 95o., did couldachicve4it.' \.Thf United. States -ti n'rCO S -._ :recommend.,the' ".adoption"' :ofhj9gresolutions familiar tans. *We'should'.'
not i interfere :
but ,
,'bach'tooi the Government ympa- /. proceedings df the.Conventions i lately : f. ; '' '
th ''
Wsnthropwh patc'twoycarij i Mr.this Tlie'Iloaie thised.with. the feelings of the' n:1ton. n held in Sti:,Louis'ari'd'Memphi whKrreferTence JZtto/ted,'rThat a Committee of five be appointed it necesarjtomake the,corre P. et, ,
n craugentI mdrf'.bf Organized -at last. y
House would'not vole'for biroMf.'Wihnot"again as listed In' the'cause.. oLbmye op1 ;: to tte construction of 'Railroad. from whose duty itrshall be' to apply! ,not fearful that. the_mistake"mIfication Cr! n, ;.'

.f briefly \plained.jtker.. the The Btruggle is at.an end. The House ofRepresentatives who made a1 gallanVrj 'ig jruitrKK-efi H-Uwilissfsslppi rvcr..to ',$he'' Pacific- the Generl Assembly of Alabama, now 1 to.some honest Ten ssUiI I ; 'DI ,- '
'
'
: ,tobefree.. rarebT6ight to : on session, for anew act of incorporation. .'
conversation and remarked tJK t m1' t theTiight Saturday< ; CongresS i Brown is'from ; '
Indiana. .x''f'
ot'itie' of said r." 1 1
'UurclaimsuponPortngai have been the'name'and style .
r : too the : That .
-
however smaller ,'i, acc'c r1id tteVii.i the22dult.j; effected an organization by'the creful reonOnce'o Rsve* t.
mil long postponed bythat5: power. The -es. prop !ec9 as va* preliminary! ; th Montgomer and Pensacola Jbn;"
usage, "entitled.lo. fepre.ras tct. 'Such election of HOWELL COBB'of Geori ,- its sage. the possibility/of' exhausting measure,to.! any"more decided 'and'specificaction'on'the'part Rail] Company. the''Washington"c t D !Dfo

\ the,tisage "of"the.Billish II f use fCnii.j Speaker, This! however nof the power 'of.'diplomacy in of a unani- he Baltimore'Sun: writes r ., ..
moa*. resuIt was attained getting redress! :. ,: Corigress: ; : Tm! :'report and reslutions were J" ,
I without recourse to the alternative in which case the mater; "'.Early appropriations for continuing Riverand. had a little personal collision S ,if7''r
t> He'iepe ie41hat be bad not "copj pf, his of aplurality mously adopted ;
to Congress for Aijd graver action.. ,. Harbor already begun,' Vinthrop at .the close I ofthe }
fetter He : he. Improvements t i '
:' could only state! substance vote. 'With Sweden, and the construction.ofothers-'for which .Under a!resolution"t by) Sayre, to ap- '

of it briefly ,S he had done ,, The[,AnswerMr Mr. STASTOJJ; of Tennessee",offered a"res- Denmark Rnssa.Austril, &, relatons PrussIa..,are usual, estimates have/been submitted, are recount', poirit an executive imm e.of five, Messrs, calling him a'despot-but th: .Eie nothing .;; '
of tbe'gentleman. Indiana, !Brown, ,) olution amicable: -' to do with his.movement i in tt cijicusi
to take -me votes mended. : Gilmer '
if the House would listen to 1f1 ,'nalalling proposng upon C; T. Pollard, E. S..Sayre, L. M. 1.. -: }

it, would disclose substantial); ; 9thepurport the: majority principle;-'and, :'if' no ember Our Charge.of,. ,a Just Rome'administration, acting under, and in: been Some made increase, tie by.Mitr force, has-of Edward Bowen, and 0. M. Avery were appointed. THE RET ABDCCTION'CASIent 44a': the( re.k' .:

of his (Air. W.'s) inquiries. '$] : could be elected: upon it, then to take,a fourth' iont. 'necesry assembling the'United 0 .
I discretion.iry; powers given',him last June, our frontier in the acquisition of NewMexico t4ii Dit ,:
Mr.Brown resumed the flop t.. vote, and let; the'election rfall to him who by the present, ha ).e felt himself authorized and California, ana the obligations incur The Convention laving completed the business Court]! at New Orleans, theIn i ;' ivJiatagamst" ".

in The the Hall.Clerk made an '.effort to restore F::: order. '* obtain the greatest plurality vote." by the stability the revolutionary red by the Treaty with Mexico., for whch'it.was assembled, adjourned Don Carlos de Espana,(the Sr iih Consul I,)* M.
I Governments, which have succeeded A mode 'of the from the "-VA
Mr, Brown.. I will read It e letter, 'and This resolution' was adopted by a pry another so rapidly, to his creden-one relieving occasioned ArQY'Brevet and without y, for the abduction of Juan Gi" ijj/fcryy, was !

then make a few,explanation t vote-yeas, 113-nayn,:106"Whigs, voting tials to any, one of them.present embarrssment St prepared the Secretary submitted, the. Grand Jurj ,'[ ,,1be Granct "

... BROWM' DECLINES TO BE i/.NOFtt.: 'AJ CAN- in tbe affirmative, and th Locos in the Neg The policy of cultivating. the kindest relations CommissionS; plan for retiring disabled @The reader's attention is directed tothe .Jury after hearing the testimo: y ji,1Ibrantes :

DtDATE-ISO' TRIES TO PRft OTUTEMEMBERS. TUB ative. The ballot, in pursuanceof the resolution with Mexico; and a faithful 'observance officers,and superannuated and wounded soldiers !- advertisement of the Misses COLEMAN'S. and Rest, ,has refused to find ; against.J''.'':
': of the Treaty of ,is recommended. !
IOt11'II 1f then follows Gnadaloupe Hidalgo, School.
as
: the accused -
After' resnlt ate strongly insisted upon. correspondence .The report' of the Secretary of the party. So, we' 'ap po? r.*eVrUitisingnlar'Jr
Mr.'Brown
had read his pester tot 21. &1. 4th. Nav
ball hear but little
!. 1t. accompanies the e in relation accompanying the Message, referred '. more r ; ;
Winthron, .95 100 message UAILI1ODS.Itwill .
Mr. Wilmot he said: t. I H.Cobb, 9 9 '102 to'tbe Protocol to the Treaty signed at Que- a': full tnd satisfactory account of the operations afl ir. -..-.-_ .." :
9 9 be seen that the people of Pensacola t t -I1 "
lie would now take occasic' a to'tohder to'I Adding scattering retaro. The United States Commissioner, to of that branch of the service. '. ; r ?
'
l friends in this House his e; meat'in J sincere twenty Morehead tbat'wer'' cast run boundary between this country and Attrition is invited to the subject of re-! and those of the.portion Alabama immedi An election is ordered in 'e!Fir t'ol\.'. ,'

thanks for.the manner in which, he had for Messrs. WilmQt, and others, Mexico, delayed in reaching San Diego byunforeseen cognisng the various grades of-fcer and ately interested, are earnestly occupied with gressional District, of Georgia;; :t9f& theraC "

a been sustained.; He desired,:,uirtht-f: .to say t
that Ife wished to withdraw i4 i name, a minority Speaker by 18! votes. To dispelall after the by Treaty, and ficers*. 'and .Florida with t- '
[Some clapping of handsa iid oilier. ,marks as to the validity of the vote some progress has |been made in the work. The corsideration of Congress is called to Georgia (trough ) THOMAS BUTuRKING.I :t t.. '
of latifcfacfion.] jj I i question I The expenses in organizing,the commission the ofthcSecretaiy of the Navy in regard the Gulf. The atenton to this -"- : _,7 S

Mr. Brown, continuing. 'here1 may T>e electing Mr. Cobb, Mr. "Stanly, of N. C.. I have s reduced the fund appropriated, to War steamers, and the operations.of of result by the people of Pensacola, "ndicate fevr Weeks ago a letter 'the.Mos-.!,.. '

ome clapping yet on the otl er side'pf. the offered the following resolution, which was that for that reason, and the great length of the contract system for the transportation'of that they are properly the i interests quito territory announced the uing i (of ,a

House. There will be some dipping'yet on adopted by a vote of 149 to 33 : the line ,to be run, &c..&c., liberal provision! the"mails. of their section'- aiv, be village, on the coast by tL. cw. .of,aft.

the othcM ide of the House bofore we have will have to be made.. It is recommendedthat Exertions have been made to execute tie ,1. doubtles American vessel, under the command of ... .
done., Resolved, That Howell Cobb, a representative the United States Government be law promoted by affording an outlet to the trade
the
They are not exacily oat of the authorized ext nding Post Office and Mail accommodations t
A.
woods yet. I would scorn tj> occupy that from Georgia, be declared duly elected to employ counsel to assist the to Oregon and California, and produce: .the territory hounding Florida Capt. Draper, on account f thefts coni.' .

chair under circumstances in irhich uiy action the Speaker of the House of Representatives for Commissioner appointed to adjust the claims which have not been fully successrul-w" on the North. It i by thus fostering sectional mitted by the Indians., Som 'tr bleyU ,

is liable to misrepreRCn ation. :I.havealwayn : 31st Congress. of our citizens upon Mexico.Our j ing to the limited provision of the act, and pride and that the advantages -. expected between.the IJ'.erf' n,and:; British '

opposed the agitatior of this question The august Legislature of the nation, Charge to New Greneda ha been instructed I obvious causes peculiar to the condition of enterpnc ,! Governments, in consequenc ,The:Boston ,-
look upon slavery as tone of the coin- of the to bring to the notice of that Government -'! those Territories. of roads and improvements are soonest fc "
barely that
the '
promises of the Constitutlch; and whilst therefore disposed} agitating i the inefficiency of the means employ'ed A further reduction in letter postage is re- likely to be realized. 1 spirit'' of 'competition -: Chronotype says lonjing letter
there is subject before it in time to enter upon the in transportine'the mails I commended. If the I from Captain Draper, sets the errht': ; : ,
one drop of blood in spy veins, I will across the correspondence of the is eveniiiwholesomet: and will d v lop .
stand ;by.that institution, andj:ustdin it, as Christmas festivities.. Isthmus of Panama.According I country were relieved from the burden of fruits where supinenesB, would leave all Far as he is concerned : r j I'f s

guaranted to the South by jthe Constitutionof We have no time for comment upon this to the postal convention of the Franking privilege, the President is con- NEP0flT,1eI,1849.Havin > .>

United States. Ant jf am' gratified : resultbut cannot foego a word "praise in March, 1846, in the civil wars of Venezuela, fident that a uniform rate of five cents per waste. To accomplisjr : practical results, seen 'an article,ii Mpur .' "

that I have in my power to IS y tlniit: represent commendation of the cdurse of the our citizens have suffered wrongs which the letter, regardless of distance, might be safely both West Florida and Middle Florida have beaded "interesting 5ntelligelefr: : ,'

in part. a State which k ill dtMhe same Whig termination of hostilities that adopted. advantages far superior to the East. The, gun," I feel it my duty to ntrdict some

thing. With these remark$! shall yield the party, and we ought.to.S.y in condemnationof Government examine and redress. Since the commencement of the last Session former have .both popwation and capital, particulars regarding the bua ng he villajfcof .

floor, remarking only that I ope wy friends that of their opponents. To this meed we The extension of the coast of the United of Congress, a postal arrangement has Guam Walls! : I never seK an 'commaa**" ,

trill look around and unite !u on soma other are sure the country will respond. We announced States upon the Pacific, has imparted1new j, been made with Great Britain; and though and, as a concomitant, l larger developementof cation to the'natives to the elect,i as stated,1 '

gentleman who may meet th ir dewres, anti in last that the interest to our intercourse with the Repub- !:' the attempt to extend the system to France resources. The effect! of their superior neither did I authorise the :umng? of the .

upon whom they can conceh! ate their votes. our on 2'1st a con- lies of South America. It is desirable that I has not been successful, the purpose has not position in these respects!we frequently observe village. It was done withomyknowIedge; .. ,
ference of parties had taken place to devise these relations be strengthened and increased. been abandoned.The and .
I through their pubJi prints and it is to consent, neither was aiijj oljtk crew at
The Brothers JUontcsqn on And The some means of extricating the House from its States as the leading Re- Board of the Census has made the other than of that tbe brig M.C. Draper conceded tn the aflkirjgil < '
us none a soune pleasure
homicides at tit .OU.I: dilemma. From the above decision by the public of America natural ally and necessary arrangements for taking the Censes The act was committed byisecngers and
!r friend of American Republics, and ; and the passage e of a law to carry into the enterprise of the peop of these sections settlers on the coast. r .
Th/;deplorable and, alrnqsti; ellensibleeYent' Hous:, it will be correctly infsrrcd the con-
cnrnp should be
disposed to mediate and assist effect the provision of the Constitution on seems to be keeping pace rvith their induce i'ours petfnlly.LLPEIt..

which produced so n ch se.jisalton in ference brought forth nothing-unless it be a them in the event of collision with. European that subject is recommended. ments. We not long'si observed in that .
the public mind at St. LO.i i few weeks '
1; a legacy of to Locofocoism. The nations.A : J The District of Columbia is commendedto .
reproach
and so much grief in evcraV! families respectable paper,' the Tal bassee Sentinel,
ago identical of 'Mr. Stanton convention for the satisfaction of American the liberal and fostering care of Congress.The GEORGIA-.AXD FLORIDA I't5P-UT.--We ;
seems to have excited eqnb sensation and proposition was claims against Brazil, has been nego necessity each of the 'co-ordinate i however, a ommunication and if we recollect no.tice.that a message wasGeorgia iyed! by the*., '

grief in. France. The la: Steaitjer brings tendered to the Democrats,by the Whig conferees tiated. branches of the Government confining itselfstrictlyto aright an editorial als, asking a little Legislature on the 1rh ilr.froxn they,

oat from' I Mr Rives, our I I uste at Paris, a and rejected by them, with a cold declension Congress is earnestly invited to the consideration it appropriate sphere, is strongly too much, ,and going a litte too far. The ExecBtive of that $tate iefeneetotbe'. : .-

letter of his own to Sen IT Benton, with lu any of the exis'ting! laws for the suppression urged; a recommendation of such measures boundary question We b', 't Ifaoied thati
many letters and official do inn ents to himself Uen'cral bile prositon. of in his comments we refer to wer elicited by an the remarks in. Gor.
) .the African Slave as opinion the country requires. Towc? Annual Mes-
But credit of Mr. Stanton he broke Trde.
to thp ,
acid others to Senator Cass. nd th lIon. Mr. we-made of intended immediate
announcement tie
Amendments are suggested which it is The President regards the office of the Executive sage upon this eubjechava'rnfrom out
Winthrop on the subject r th ano.st mel- from the shackles of his patty, and offered in hoped will more effectually suppress it and in matters of legislation, commencement of pe Atlantic and Executive, a communicatiilencyr 4tq'I1is ExeeU

an:b01y occurrence. Thle u letters make the House the Whig proposition. He was prevent the frauds committed upon our flagin when he has recommended salutary perormr Gulf railway. And' we m y remark, in which has possibly i: uc& a. modifiannnal.-,

known the fact that the fat 9( r of these young alone responded to by the noble Whigs, and evading the penalties of the statute. to the consideration of Congress; and that that cation of the views under. i .icrfhia. -
made that
gentlemen (the late count p ont'luiou,) lastroyed There he has nothing moVe to do until bills are passing although 'We announcement message was penned. Th- s'Jfc' something.
to them, as the Intelligencer remark being no prospect.of a re-union of '
bored under and his fife correctly ereditablt information '
insanity jl< a .
presented to him for upon very queer at tha bottom: hibn.ness-
Central States
the of .
two ; and their ell I r brother is is due the praise of organizing the America, negotiationshave approval '
years ago now been opened with them 'The independence Congress of Execn notice which we have since! sen of a contemplated Tallahassee Sentineh i .
insane in Paris and he :< arises the irresistible severally. :A fl',
; House of The tive is -
Representatives. Democracyhad asserted the t-
has been clctatiol as only sure the "
made United next
contract by States cit- application to I Legislature .
iled
inferance
inbe i
insanity must Rev. Mr. STEWABT M Mfethodisfe
hat l" caught up the expiring note of Mr. zens with Nicaragua: to construct an interoceanic m giving proper dignity to the representative for an amendment of the Row charter and I.tJje' .
have broken out in the tw o rothjer at St.
!
$ body, the election Church Jacksonville haalS: |
making IieIy handest
TOOSIBS, and were prepared to ship canal. Our Charge has ani .
Lonis.:. All the letters spc 4 of them in the benin Legislative i fact well in other small indications' lead as to the conclusion I" -
tnlct J to negotiate a Treaty with as theory, a us a of the Catalogue l teTriIeei'Board
f>am>terms, as being rema k .ble,fpr: the amiability Let discord reign forever. component part of the sovereign : that we,were a little bo sanguine.We .- copy !
of, their characterB ja d'! mild and Bit they were ,coerced t duty by the patriotism State, pledging both Governments to protect The should be of Instruction, and In4nisof ibe '
tho6 ng3Ked the work. All other representative responsible on- shall base our next notebf the projectnot J
lIE nations .
inoffensive manners;" thai icy came' to then of.the Whigs, and the nation will applaud have been invited J Jyto his and the veto should Fletcher Institute, Thomtlnjilfe i GafOi i
by.Nicaragua
constituentj but
I United Stats for informatii | andfrccrcation; their w never be stifle the of upon intentions up acts. ter into the saDe' stipulations with her.l .-J } rp and especially to see ,the}' est rn' coantrr axes, and clearances. '
and'with a.mple '.means 1 ctedit. l The work l and J public sCtent except. prevent en- : pamphlets. we have ever jdn. jexecuted.. irt. ,
11 They
bond of garntiedwi : and to Assuming the route of the AaJ to be that '
descend from iu 1 'ia not The Message.The be a peace amongst Lgis1ative'povr theSout-byBF.GriffiIcon.( ji ,
a family : e. only :i-.
r. of great historic,name, bu istinyuisbed for President's Message is before us. n foreign maritime:power should be allowedto d check.party The messae closes by acion.a vene- from the SiMary's; to Cedar Keys, the cor-. ,The Institute. has 75'malJ iaBd., \57rfen Jfc;' '.. :,: ,:-l ,

tyivate virtues. The ccle j itcdjtake Da Iaflocbefpucaultl Rather than run the risk of a failure to for command hold property its near the canal; bo a to /or tbeI.Tuion-1or: inculcating tht Union, which respondent of .the. Sentinel, at once enters -s bolai's--atotalof, : 132." fcr'Jt|tbeie-twi'are:"e.; ,>" "' -'* *., ," .
Liancourt thor of the Maiirn commerce or otherwise obstruc raton his objections to it,'as being ton remete.frora: ,- .
the fo.r, a"Century; has stod whilst front Florida males antl :feiu '
5 -'fl
\ :1r our paper by boar. a highway, which should be to unsbaen s.. *
is Ha grandfathe n tb inotherssidr Wednesdys -
T Kingdomstnd Empires : The the' populous. sections of Mldle Florida, .
the Dnke D Rochefoucauld! in an publish entire common uses of mankind. The 'r indertrem'. Georgfa.' ij'i4 "coarseof" :
; !piesent i attempt routes the Isthmus at sever Patriots who framed if have gone down to and. of, .no avail to its inh. bit n .., .Not hav. ,
across
writes in their behalf h \ The this the and't1erj of.tuitiOii .
ep.4'fS' study
following .is
as i' number we cOpy accurate the it remains the diversified, ,
proudest monument
S4' grave; yet
the article hand do )
Tehuantepec are recommended to the seri ing at ,.we. tot rememberthe .
General,Oudiriot-Duke o...T'ebJ],...:Gen.r synopsis, which 'we find in -thc Rich ous consideration of Congress. The President to their memory, and die'objed of affection : ,moderate. :(t. : : .' -. .
eralArrighiDukeofl'a i4a ) alo write in positive: grounds assumed against the < "
mond The is of the ,with every one'worthy' to bear the This lwe be1ievji4qnlyin the- -
tkekieliili .relations. *Ie ( HfAn. Whig. Message worthy has reason to hope that the, but it :
tomtit n- Railro:1 declaru
American 1tei was broadly as passing : '
matter-of-fact mind that framed it. at Panama: will be under name. : i second and/ f"
solid
teeqaioa himself belonged .1 ie distinguished I completed protection year .of its existen, j I judging- .
A dissolution of th 'Union : be .
is
through jvilderaess to -
of deprecatedas a : ,great"highway" -
'
ana amiable family bijpha I inc.'Many Americans does not exceed in length five ,ordinary columns an existing Treaty with Greneda. the last of, the human race- by the extent of its.''pattune. ) 3ts ;manage...
The position of the Sandwich Islands with calamity for the convenience of l
i in Pails, among t! i nj 3 Jr.V m. II. and comprises opinions and recommendations reference the Upon its preservation depends' the thpugh.travel merit has been highly sati&& torn. .We can*. -"
Aspin all, of New York, lwrite, and to Territory of the U. States happiness lers, anias offering no advanta: ?s as a local i .
'With all the deep feelin j .vhich 'the view upon all the subjects demanding the success,oi our citizens: who have repaired of the present generation, and. those tht are channel of' trade or travel. T it the road, not hesitate to commend iIi i public favor* ,

of the agonized cod ition f 'the Executive supervision. It is free from ver- to them to civilize and con\'er the inhabitants to come after us. but may also,add: the -wi i ft tbtt the ii' &
< unhappy The President concludes himself stated J be
by pledging between the points won a
mother ana relations naturally ingpir,?.These biage-all'motiesty, point and pith, and just and the uses made them by our to the nation that whatever : great not far distant when all tie faculties of'edt. .' -
whale vessels and other danger may admit sucl would ,
: ship seagoing craf highway, we and as soon 1
letters and'official attestations all forwarded i
are such a paper a every man can read without : next treated of. The President assail the UnJbn he will stand by it in it sin- cation will be offered wiffiia the-limits,oJf
desires
to St. Louis, to have their! effect in -are : change the face of the wild* ness into a
tegrity to the of the obligations State to the chjldjert ef its citi-.
tiring.. the independence of these Islands, but ful'extent' our own I
explaining \rriicli iisemed to be and 1 be title '
imposed, and him smiling thriving region. very
incomprehensible. :l \The President's Message was transmitted no event cJuld. he be indifferent t their passing power conferd upon zens. 't |t: I, :
; by the of
"Atlantic Gulf"
We believe the' trial has, riGt'. yet taken to both Houses of Congress on the 22d.- into the hands of any other power. Consttution. incorporation- am com It may not be pot ofplaceiasjefer. as,we _

place at St.'.Louis.* These'pa .will show Below we give a synopsis. The receipts into the Treasury for the fiscal Montgomery and Pcntncola Railroad; pany-indicates the prominen feature of some time since designed todootwotho&1 a

it to be a dep1orab1ic.se of inhetfted insanity, The Message commences by congratulating year ending on the 30th June last, were the enterprise-the connection of the two -
The Gazette of the schools in Jactson-KJlle
excellent
breaking out in a strange'land/and: leading Cngre on assembling to pass laws from all sonrccs including Treasury notes, len&'coJa ,15th'ult. great Northern and Southern emporiums by.a day
to a most calamitous event. A ,calm and un-, for a of freemen, after sixty years 59.063,097 dollars-the expenditures of all contains the proceedings of a Convention Female Seminary under.the SUP iDtend rie& :
of railroad between
prejudiced trial assured.by the character of of experience have dispelled the fears and kinds:were 57,631,667 dollars. Tot the details held 'at Montgomery, (Ala.) un the 3d,.4tb, link the tw|$ea routes. of Miss SWART and one in.'which, ; boih.8exea.

oar population, and by the particular con disproved the predictions of thosnl regarded of these receipts and expsnditures: the ,arid 5th, to consider the project of a railroad. The first object sought was a route the most are educated, by Rev. Mr. SBTCIIJL.' Th '
of the of iS.Lruh: at the the experiment of a Republican President refers Congress to the report of feasible, 'and which presented thi fewest obstacles '

dac of the inhabitnt ,' and where of Government with distrust or with i-wil the Secretary of the Treasnryj in which the from that plac, 'to, P n'fcol Delegateswere' to construction the next directness pupils'at both- these.. Schools. .exhibit... rapid :. ,AJ

: lme;circumstances were 'sbexciting.| Two Upon Congress will depend the probable deficit of 5,828,121dollars for the.. present from Florida, (in puruanc of theroute ; { progress evincing the care and;qualifications j,

amiable young men killed, two others wounded of the work which was 'perfected by those fiscal year ending 30th June, 1850, the further appointment made some weeks since by,a from the St. Mary'' to Cedar applied'to their instruc.tion. .:.,

,'all in their own roms by etrahgcrs just who 'have gone before us. We are at peace deficit of, 10,547,092 dollars the succeeding 'meeting at Pensacola,) and from several of Keys should' be the least obnoxifu3.to sectional Since writing the above,!jwe perceive that
arrived,'and between and themselves with all the world, and though the destroying year are fully explained These bjection, from'the fact th*;t it is more inteeifc .I
angel, during the visited referred to the the counties pf Alabama., 'The names. of Mr. PERPALL, of St. Angustine|also
'not even a look ever exchanged; past year portions deficit are extraordinar expenses central than other running as it doesthrough ,
any '
., the, crowded ha, and bco- of the country with desolation yet the of the war with purchase the delegates from .Florida.,.arc-Walker opening a school in this place., *
neighborhood
/ the heart of the
.raised by the loud of and Almighty has length stayed its band, and of California and New Mexico. A Anderson, Major W. H; Chase U. S. Engineer very' S ateIf its {r .
rpor the.Jrerms that the abundance the fruits of the Eastern terminus affords any'pehiar facilities .DAa :' -The "wet'will..pereei.the '
in loan is recommended to cover them. O .
ghastly ecene !
.ruhlpg4othe B. and
without violence,Y unhappy arrest earth; and in the enjoyment of amicable relations The President recommends an P, Wright; L'AefThe to'this section, i its'Western,|being not advertisement. Messrs. Hathjiiray. -< and HaD.
'wue'm with the nations of the world adjustment tce appointed, on:the.first_dayto kins, Jaguerreo'rpists! in.n hCfo IID11' Tb.swill
:. ; to prison,\fithout we of the a basis which far south of 'the mouth of 'the .Suwannee,
:
bar
argr fear of have reason to give thanks to Him that rules Taritupon wiau elect officers, reported"the following :- be found at their novel al> ',u.
some an ment and the
attempt at afford ,
revenue will offer full the
a equivalent to Middle.- JuInaton of
the destinies .mankind, and blesses those Pavilion, on Forsyt1street. An*
conducted to the barracks Walker Anderson! of 'P ,;'Ftesidenti;
-prison, ( military proper to domestic .in .Pensacola,1 .
who acknowledge his power. encouragement > But if the road be built with a grc iter regard a number of their-specimen e naW les as toiay ,.
4 fifteen "miles ,distant, an' there militarily dustry. The right and duty of Congrcs to John L..Hunter, Barbour. :'Jst, :;ViceTPresi, execution 'They hive U-,
honorable The message then proceeds t treat of our Home-labor ', ';'-" \ to. he convenience.of, Middle Floiida than isafributedlo that their is Tft7'fine. .
nardedandprotectcJ. Tbil\ relations with Foreign Powers. With Great place on a sure footing, by en. dent W. Ashley "of Con cub, ?${to-** V. I ken the' likenesses of. a numter.o| Spar citiaeat, ,
[ >to the population and to the.character,of the conraging manufactures, and branches the route .suggested, will notplanters
'boteltO&irnum, one of the most. respectable Britain we are upon the most amicable of industry, are distinctly and in Goholt of Baldwin;, ,3d o"o.,'ELY,'led r and others tl and have been BO far ,very wece.&l.ta gulag
residing on vast
:in America, and whose proprietor was e terms, and from the amendment made in hernavigation this 'connexion specific aere recommended son, of Butler, 4th do,;'Francis.'S,.J .' region both accuracy and nnfca tomfclatwM.'J8T '.
laws, involving a like bange in .dotes' of the.St. Johns have greate reason to --H .. '
5 uncle of oniof the men lolled. This in the of of 5th do. 4
Montgomery Jefferson
young
of Noble
- place present system ; Wj of .SoloMn'
: At'
Lodie.No:2
and advancements Meeting ,
mutual a,
are ,Rim )be'roadona fine farther :
and regard to beneft ad complain .
justice ours valorem '
; T StreotyE., S. .
rmmo moertion Say re, Secretaries, ? bns held '
to of'Ancient zi"
of the, catastrophe. expected If Congress in its wisdom should continue .' North; than the one merttioned, anUi; would YorkjM .' .
S giv assurance a of an unpif o jndiced trial Jhe slight interruption have of our diplomatic. the Sub-treasury, important modifications oi : Hon.; James E;'Belser, :al'deleite'fro, beJabQ tas tributar3r) To"rarrwiii, vt UM the eie' of jibe Festival of Stl J bjn the' Xvan-_ .;"

|L > time it shall take ad) that these relatiois with France terminated, by the existing law are urged. Montgomery Cii.,' d !h gelisthfonwni-um4 ienien
at the ofer i1 were
the r A
if' located _
pIa the reception of'.u Minister i in France, and ;; Peninsula/;! ) m. ;On ;, .
.unfortunate'yonng ('VfiJl be dealt appointment of another Minister to rep- In order to encourage e Agriculture, the establishment connection;Resolved between, That:..we the :TJevr i the proposed glanceat the nip ,will. .readily.that( installed,oflicersffor the'n. i lnia ; r :

..J 'tb'. rtv, a II..tbeYjerpurown. Clt'L" resent. that Republic in this country.- connected with of an Ajriculural Bareau, is to be and.the Gulf of ,4exicoas city; QfMonto t incalculable eve '!.bi'h8 ''St.Int: fand..C .Keys .ll 1' ",) h.ilfl. -' : ."
: rcicommended.
r: .;:" -. v' t r. Allusion is made. t the detention of thete Depntent ',value,'hot,only to the 'citizens of route' ; thecvast planting- ; bn 'Pjthe Eastsponderatfts tPaitip Coi,-;Senior.Wasdeiz.L ,"' ..! -' ,I.

.{ ou 1 iH liliMliimiu. ivhiih \ as being fit- .. _. but. 1LD.Hoi.xn-JuniorVaze .
the ColoujzaUota Society, who .. u Alabama als' to'. 'the 'neonle 'nf, thi < ... .% 1\wdle'and f -: *'f .
: travention 'ofour:, neutral obligations. 'l"ne p ''-' ':' .L---4-:!.." : ialexi :. .
-ii"1anto to
'' partly of..I'l[official char. .Mr, B. v es yef.eould hardly from 1 ,PHJUut t'IIARKIS05'pee .t /; ,
; in a jetierj : correspondence uponthat subject accompanies that territory.have'adopted'a( for. f government ,, idresdbe Convention! at length .and 'ty remote- .
.' t LberJ; livei says the message, from which it will be seen' to ;suit; themselvesr. Should ,theconstitution (Ino.suppor iCllu o ; 'with. his usual ,nes<>f ail JJeUthe benefits of t .a.roaoV: JOHN S.'Si3tMIg, .rr.f'1. ir's

:, 'Presidentfloberts; furn}n.7':with very. comm taste- that the parties interested properly regardedthe :be conformable to the require., 'rce.a eloquence, It':. vaV'unfuiimbnsly .: It; is not under the bias! '((e'ttreme. ectionqj T"P. ANDRE, Tyler.; f' f._, (, .
bn course adopted bv' this meats ,of the, Constitution' the United ; } ."JIJ..f' \> j I
- : c 'hoSiiitie of his though a Minister'of 'the U Govcrment- States, .President. will recommend"..it ,to adopted,, I. ." : .interest.thatVe ,,8hQuld''Yie>T:th.i'get,pro 'CVM.CoopiRr; niorDjacdi4! 4 "-: -". "

lao and table which are commend and refined the appointed to'the German Empue and a Minister the favorable consideration'of Ccmgre. ,The. Committee-.of.Ways. ; .:>'n'd'. Meani. ,. :j iecCcohtempiatedf.l ,if Middle'Floda j l ;,.has" ,:SAMCEI- SpESCERi Junzo'Deeon.'. ;V ': ::: .1(

: *hi representing that was The people of ;NevvxMexico expected through- 1birehairman'Wjj.I1a. ; population ana capita!, then'sh< uld sheinvest : ,
"g public; over which lie presides, rer.ive t; made., 'J:8.: "of T J : 'rV ; : z '
< s here such Government ( to themselves '
yet no for admissioninto be
a preont 1cngtland .:Contentwith, her good fortune?an t
t t re.p and confdeDc? of 'vistors German Empire has been definitely established the with a' Republican formn'of. ablrepon., ;which was unanimously 'A -.'the'.Regular Meeting" o| SLotafa.\ ,

:.: ; '"' ; viiz.wor and our Ministr' ha been recalled Government; [In cimnecton"th Presi ,adopted by)the.Cpnyeh'tipp. ,! ., '! }thaf'ca'pital,jjs'ensqcol is.about j j 'ing,,in Division, No. 9, of the Son*bfJTemp ranee, ,

, ..> the ; of the town the Archives dent recommends This such local!.inproyeuentvillha, : %
: Speaking of appeatlaf| after being tfer the action ., [ rep'ort'will'saon appear irparapblet: iectly( on the eyeningofthe 31st $trhc| followingnamed \ _
.;" { 0f. lilonrpvia, andtbe beauty; oUt ornamen- pf; the Legation at Frnkfor t. th Amerit. of the people of( those territories 'and 'for by:order ofthe Convention,] tributaryib: heir:wants(; l -
S el ? .
., :' :j'kl5! fck; we1las'the Iret f|Jprovemt t c i'I2tionat thus avoid_exciting topics' fraught ,wit excitement : ": 'domhiittee'oh;t ever'it.is, ult: its! <\t rit ''and QPp1y ; gentlemen were ;:1mce' : fptheensaing'qnarteff 1f ,
.;haftiken'place,' ; i suppression of expedition against;. 'and danger, and.whIch a' 'ahersTthrougKlneirchairman' ; l jfc }:$*( ;
.1 -rTheAtajiSwan5"GjlfraUroa.
> 'Te and the demand for the.restitution of formation of G., VV Matthew,'made the'foliIcTwing ; | as,we l try -
: 'T1z Vi4yofThes e largeftr (orange ,) C parties upon e foha consider 4. G ,PiuUJpg,Worthy te t:; _
; r jc&witbfrnit; ;. 'u weir as nat of the. Reyal1eged to have bee kidnapped from :ations.7; ,** *"' f: .j" 1 .Report t: : :, :L :: understand.i Vis i not projected as afineroad lt W.1. DHWEKS, WorthAiJabct,. .-?-.. ,
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: .;.: rJy1C tre'espiiof out Bhore .. : AaV he.Jaa.it crime charged legalizing collection; ofreveritetfn.Caliiforn.iatmad ;: )hat=on.tbe'nt etQ'rep.Cr t Gn : : .
tes-dsigd biicojm ;
: <"- : 1Iaq 'Dc ;; (F.Jlwwoj; ,. ;; J; ,.tt''Y; .
}.,. : in th& Iwpposed ab4uionofRcy; / &.jwftlyodibi .
".: '' I ..j4.mejofts. ngnjeent r' :Ju1.be r-. Unit lvl'p by ; by.bl \ eiGt rrDg 9 .t t pride q1cq'lated 'J..Ivzis, Fisiioi., '-h4-. .. ': .
I dekribe. ,'yet'tber1ia net law'passea by.Conirresri'pftnisWrtpCatich Slaie... :Crl1ctortbCreApartyhasbcenicntoutto; > .' : : the State of Alabama,1; entitled WAR ;:; 1. T"IC' i
'. '.,. : 4 .: (UacaiUQ' W1en I[ hol.b act Ip to infuse!energyintq' t.b- ,M.J4n:+ I'U'IIIiJ'; i';', o' : '. ,
:'S -q .:-', ',bai>been' done 'since : ; : 'an offence, and the expediency : roalcVa'sur.vey :' corporate/the subscriber 1" verypq' : tJI ftr wm.C :krIJVAPEtAIDO. ,-. I
;Ibis the most 'sabstahlftr I "fy, con of supplying:, the deficiency is re- of the coast "California 'and' Oregon, Florida and Georgia iI, t tbe'Allbaa' I$ nd QnYbieh oQld; Ist ofl f 4 .Jk ;J ; : 41.' I IJ
. "at et' been commended: : and select l locations.'for light h &c. &c by.which it I call 1 ; 'loftfr ih di ltf r : :
and stores th l4re con Uie was provided, however, that the t eChi i rf'1 ip. ,Fnt'1J; JDsid&.seIit1n"i1i.cf.t. ,.a. ,.&.- '
bealth The Executive l has studiously avoided anyJ, Additional: laws are ,needed. cxtcn. rail :road should l I t '
r" etructfd, the gnerl con ,,.: bc completed within ten terest.. '. .., W; Fu'ziu, O bi@'DIt..i.1, : "-' ;
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.P unifDeeEmHr'27, 1848. >Voltnitcers. SUt .f Florid*, VIITd'C.", .
Mr. 3ttdf-Wt sbartdiqajl.heart (ro .\: GOT. Brw ,>oaeVeeks : .dl F1LN Marfali' .. -
1cliE.iecobfM1i.t
agA:adde8 .. ., .j h
Tampa. The General wAs.jpbliged to return a J .,- .,
YeryAble-lettet! to the fe81d V 4 ,-' ... ,.K Ir,. ... 1 '.; ;
to that pUcs thoiit seeing anyil $the States, 'onthlssnbiectnrequesUiig; : ',- ,. '! '' .' -
Indiana that agreed to meet mm.on the'lStl I nlte lay jU>efore ;z :;: :_ "i < = e.m'l,.t1u t "'lf* : { ni1
J Congress special 4 P
atChockanicSC; : : [>; IC \"jth. ;.ut r .il :..Agen,of EUaabeUa 4
has heard' froJB messagewbiehprobably would have been )1. ,; (Administrator of Mary* tlll't' I Ch.ijeer ;L -
General authorIty
The good done before this time bad that been or ', *, dco'd, ArthwM. R *dmlfilstratOT / ', .
' it i is said that the.Indrar.rhave been informed ganized. This letter'goes' boy .- of !o.'Fraier.-w, .i.it-

by malicious persons! hat( upon the of the whole history "' ceased, and Philip 11. Yosgt,*f .;
have taken counof the Federal Government ... the State of Georgia, S TThawa ,
day the talk was to ,place, they I an< '
] .towards. and ,' ." ... of Uw SUte 6f t.
pres f NyJer, New
to hare been seized, the ion 'of nt''as ,. : _
were protec : <.
we an irrefragible _. .York,Executor'c1J '' JI _
belee tmFraHfi :
the white flag entirely taken from them, and ble unanswer. : I 'dee'd defendant .' :.1. :
argument for the of nt'ot.th United: tIT ) .,
that they were to hare been at once sent off States, not only for Unied (- ii i i : appearing tir'm* 'T -
"expenses ] "
.whetber they were willing to, negotiate or by this State for the of ilcurred'. : I II Law '! .Yong ;executor,, a&.ft.'ahaC';
protection _ .1, ZACHARY
and that this was the ,cause of ther: .not I wlb* above Cause, r*
not -
him themselves had zens, but also for indemnity for all losses of the United.Statea of ,Florida to wit the Stat.. I4ois -&thdthesaIJbomag ..-
as they # '
meeting prom- sustained by them on account of. these In ,'and make;known, Napier ..'
ezCroa1ae'-r. &h
iseA. They have divided. into.small parties, dian is document which heldat the undermentioned aides 0.A at At '8&a 0 JH bat
scattered with a view to prevent being outbreak. I' a ; ; taW of;Florid*., at th T>e-- tate. 1r.Yor1 1f tU'0$1
captured ,' '!;
does honor, and .will ,-. "J ..
repel ,to wit( .J
,.and say they are disposed to be per with it.uruurrThH laid d'IJ inrhanswer .
( peaceable in their act*' towards the tremendous for the imputationswhich ,eem- the saij bill Within four mtoti ,,th. tt .
fectly S
have been upon him' in this seventh day of January 1m parblicatioya of&hit :. .t16llW
Xrbites if not disturbed. connection by the We the public lands,situated ,taken pro eon.- "
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prints. -
.- ft sjJent Taylor has said he will not use hope to be able to present opposition it to our readers TGwnshipe and 'parts ,It it further ordered,fTf& ; ee.f th&wid._,
torce'to expel these our wOrsT enemies.- : be published in some Dewae ; Inte4 la thE' -
General sn. ana .this Eastern Clretiit of tho ta o 1Jor &' .. '. 1.
What the Commanding will next do, east.of princi ose "if"

is not yet known, but it is expected he will the above : : : iJid .. _. weekfoJ'fftl'J, ,- .TIIOMA9.'>. -3L..1J.. -,"-. _. rts -- -

establish the line of posts, so long talked of, G Nef.-Siqc the writing following letter from we except the'eastern.tier- of ,, :1. .t."; .i1udze,4c "tIt

the and make further efforts c1I1eksonil1ei NoV 21tn ? .
across country I19&e13.4ii
(o negotiate, which all appear to think is decidedly the War.Department!, reSIons to the communication THIS very superior and stupendous Exhibition, twenty-dx and< thirty-one- ,. . ...... .

the most ot Gov. Brown, and illustrating Columbia C.(tntr,,'T.J ', .i' ':
judicious course. its effect. The Administration LEADING EQUESTRIAN J twenty-three,twenty-fonr, |Collator"* Sale. < .
If the Indians have received the false' information assumes responsibility ,'thirty thirty-one, anal .L .,. {

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for the THIS CSTl Xi-VIRTUE H _
debt and will recommend ) or-t .l :
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it is said they hare, and have an appropriation for its discharge. Next Will exhibit at Jacksonville, on Thursday, and Friday ,.twenty-four[ ,: twenty- o:law, I shall expose for jaler be iw thf Crt t; 1Y -.
!been induced to rely' upon its correctness afer week we will publish the whole 1850, for two days only. townships thirty House door in the town of 41ligat.W1 nt Monday/-* e( 'f .'

Gen. Twiggs' solemn..pledge to them thai dence. In the correspon. It is to add, in of the ,:of range .seventeen the 23d day of January nexl, thtft.Wlowins; 4a>;.: / ''t
meantime will necessary consequence scribed property or so muc& thereof M will '* '
"Of.
the white flag should always be respected somebody ;inclusive, seventeen to pat ,
I band a bottle those resorted J to by Itintrant that the State aM county tax due thtrww for the ""M" ,
to editors &c. Et'tbition to in- yea ..
smelling thirty-six
kin the authors of such infamous false Trvelll i;
fcy who denounced Gov. Brown LUM'S CIRCUS is and township two, township 1843, and the necessary expenses incident thereU/ a ,- -
etent
hoods induced no doubt by the hope of of the volunteers as an without a parallel in.the annals of similar six and soVen,) and tdwn- viz: 140 acres first rate Uml, Irinr about twtf., 5:'.' 'Ii
in the of the enemy opposed to their miles .above Columbus: the 6i*anne river It :.1' f-
gain prolongation negotiation, several Mechanics and Artisans ; 0( range-:eigh-
to the tout
payment and to complete now or.lately belonging w the .iUte ot floami"3 ;
seeking prevent wishing .
and "."
should be ferretted out punished in the it CAVALCADE '
the "" .
during past Winter. LIvlngstondeeeased.. t'to, ;
to them into K "
get difficulty, a to the ; three,,four,, twenty-five :
most exemplary and summary manner. State; &c. and so on disgrace THE COUPS OF nineteen. ., Also,one unimproved Ictitn't I i tf town of Cck' '. :; :,

If we are contend against the Indians Are of that superior cast not found in Circus Com ; five, township'seventeen,' Iambus, (number not knowbj) bclffnglog l U John i1 : (
when have such friends as these WAR DEPARTMENT, them who and thirty-one,) township B. Linn. tIi- 'f..jfIt-1JE'
alike
we
they gentlemen are respected for their .
December fire, su,: .eight '. 'A.J.it.WJttGtft f :1ia. 2.'J." v't_,,._. .
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fall.I Washington 1849. even
will have hands ,
certainly our as for their superior performances in public, and with I lmfandexPJ.-Ttu44J AWl' .; :
township nineteen (ex
hope for the credit of the country, that SIR: Yours of the 29th ultimo, addressed ing names: nine,fifteen twenty and Collect of cci4llltbi/l County.- )\.a

this report may turn out to be incorrect, butt to Iffe President has been submitted to this T. NEVILLE, T. McCOLLUM, E. &TONF JOHN $ ,'and twenty-six;) Alligator,November' ...14,..S-S9.. ''I' ., ,l>..,. '2Ztd.. ._. N.,1iI.f"
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coming from the high authority it does leads Dpa answer. produce their equals in their of twenty-four, 'twentr. i -"' 4

: me to fear there must be much truth in it. 1:main purpose is to invoke the aid of M. J. LIP-MAN, D. \V. STONE, J. R. SHAY, G. twenty and; township ColunibiaConnty, .TM. 'j'l'.:otIeewa, .*1.43f_ ': -.J :

/ Very truly,. yoitrs. the Executive in having the.State of Flori. SIEUR EDGAR II. COLEMAN, J. -six.;) township: VIRTUE" of .._-,, pcr1leated; \ ,..17': .f _'JoIf.t J' ,. 4 ,

da indemnified for the expenses incurred by BURTand % hip nineteen, (except By Ja.l shall expose for rale) i isi ..??, Ofb.d4 \. :" ,
A Sort Of A Duel. the threatened incursions of the Indians The JESTERS to the ,eight, ten fifteen twen Court House door, in the Sown I j of AUigator/j; "f tJ1'1 tJ-

Something in the nature of a Duel appearst evinced by their acts of violence : W. WORRELL and GREEN ,ic) and, and townships twenty-seven twenty., scribed the first Monday in.May niii, ihq JbQowinr do** Jo,' ;.,%Ji I .
property orso much ''cr'Of a.swUIp.yki J" .. 1
). have -"come off' recently Pensacola.! rage committed during the past summer on Of that pure dye so flften enquired after by gentlemen the State and cdanty taxi.dOe)tLeiea for lb.- ,' : '
Indian[ River and Pease Creek. Without ed by ladies. In the representations, so far as the of range twenty-four. years 1347; J84S, and 1849, Wd 4Wces8arjr.'t. \ .:j.t I
We have not the "points' of the matter, but the inferences riiiR concerned rude and the peases, incident thereto, Tui;" 4Xf( ad' W 4-k ,
assenting entirely to of }'ourExclcncy are no jest, or improper action will east of prin ; Jtentfraeet I \'.
some idea of the result may be formed from deduced from the past events With this assurance, we trust the odium heaped (an. rate Snwannee land, lying lIe >,LitnSiIt q"jFerry on 1 IU' '"" t1i- .. \
river, purpOrUutIGIg to Ano .J
( the following, which we take from the Gazette in Fori.da or admitting by a portion of the mass, will, in this instance, be seventeen. lnnera' ,1 l.rj! .,>*;'.: a ';.-t, I !

of the 13th ult. The communication the necessity of the your predecessor "Good actions crown themselves ; TALLAHASSEE com ,A. J; a*. .WRIGlrty .' ', .A. ,.'.I't\
in calling forth this volunteer force, still Who well deserves needs not twenty-first day of Jan \triffandtxoff.\TLgAxnxir\ ,' .- \ .it t.
appended, from the same.paper, shows that it is considered that there were probably THE GRAND BRASS of the public lands, sit cad Codertor.Co6i)Coiy ,',. j eM :

? the affair has at least had the effect of inspire grounds of apprehension, which may have Is another important' feature in the annals of musical : townships and- Alligator November- U, 81900'-4.WILL .f ''f", .1".'2Zt4' _: ..t'." ;;Mi;f1. 1 !

ing somebody with good resolutions : required that the Executive of Florida should direction of its very eminent and i i .
Co1nniblaCosinty8bnsVa5ade- ;
cast tilt
of
Onr neighbor of the Democrat, in his last have interposed a military force for the pro. II. K. GAUL princi ;_; ;I ; : .:_ }.ti- ;

number, tells a funny anecdote of an affair tection of its frontier. Therefore, in accordance Forming during the Entertainments in the : BE SOLD .l.i. ron* :flf tie 'H1._. a .!_ !i 1-3S
"d'konneur" which he \Iff"in to the views of the President, I'am directed Leader, J. BERNARD. All tend to one grand point, viz ns in township four, door, in the t Vi ;l_r;Alligator,'OB*' -. -t* .1J
says came our the t1rs&.Monday in. January next"within.the 1 < ''. \.IV
little town the other day." On reading it we to say, that at an early day he will cu complete] in every department. six, of range six. usual hours of sale, the following .described prop*"' SThesoutheastquarteroftsurbwesqter .i.-. ; : ir _
invite the attention of Every between the hours of 8 and 11 weather ; '
vere struck with the strong resemblance Congress to this sub. day ( seven. ertytowit5s !! : .' ,1'' 1I
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which it bears to an anecdote we find in ject and recommend that a reasonable ap appear in procession, seated in their Elegant Car DRA of range eight. f. 't w Pand .-' ;'' 'T'I, '11

of our exchanges and which we publish one below propriation be made which will indemnify driven by Mr. Jons ALLEN, one of the most expert five, and six, of range the southwest quarter tifiin: twn twenty-six/' '* ,, 1i i i l
in township six of aeVeiite east, contain fr-.P ':1. : .
range
he State of Ushers in attendance wait
Florida for Gentlemanly to on
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expeudiures twelve.
lamiles "
4 : necessary range ing seventy-nine and I-10JJtb'lucre*, levied on a* '' f;
3 FIGHTING os EQUAL TERM?.-I will tell :made for the military defence of the Prices of Admission. 50 Cents, and west of the princi-- property.of-the fateott'rl\netsU'. Kaothet ,, -.,... ". .
; '4 .\J a little incident that occurred in Georgia frontier, since the outbreaks to which I have price. Pit, for the Negro population, 25 Cents-no deceased to satisfy a "writ of flrrl facias issuel'z- .'.',; ,
you alluded. Time of opening Ioors.-Afternoon from the Circuit Court 'of !A} R\ many years ago. Judge T" a celebrated P. M. thirty-four, and thirty- counties,in favor,of Elias It; Uo\ud vs.John ftSanches .J$ > j<
p j duellist, who has lost a leA and who is Preliminar to this Message of the Presi- range eight. administrator of fianf/iaJR; Saochvtf 't> I tl
_., known to be a dead shot, challenged Colonel necessary for the information of Time of Commencing.-Afternoon, at 5 P. twenty-two. in town- deceased. f : :. p.' i f.:

.'- ) of humor and attach. Corgress in respect to the amount which Dec. 27-2t A. J. T WRIGHT; .. ,. .10. .
a gentleman
DJJ great -
in township three, of \8keriff C.-CV- [ #. ,.
fc that .. .p11iatorNo
p.- may appropriated, request you ---- ---- --." -
m 'nts. The friends tried to prevent the wi 14, 1349; \ 22t4 r j11 ,
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t. J ./ meeting, but to no effect. The parties met forward the muster and pay rolls (or Miss Coleman'a School. the '' thirty- and thirty- : i -- .' ., '1 f

j on the ground; when Col D. was asked if thereof hentication) to this as Department Excellency with such give au- HE FIRST SESSION of this School coma by South lands nineteen four twenty fire,'eight, t'iir- 4SherIffs tit. !.: :-."*"' -p J :. I.U

he was ready. direct be your may or rncnccs on tho First of Januar 1850, and St. Johns by Choctaw Ilatcbie river, By> virtue of a writ of fled fceja*tedei ovt of .,' '. ."was-' .r !
"No sir," he replied. :. to given. will continue ten months, with of two levied four, five, nine, ten, > Circuit Court and to'rmj directed, I wflt""'"'' 1 A 1.4

Wbat are you waiting, lot, then?" inquired Within the scope of information that has months in tho summer. Tnis School is intndeo satisfy an twcnty-seren, exposeatpubllcsaleinfrotufhECdurt.Ho4 i'ti j. mwhs
Judge T.'s second. ; reached this Departent there is the hope as a prepratr one for children, Property thirty-two, and thirty- in the Town of Palatka. on i the' 'frrt ,Monday hr .1 _-.; .: 'Jf' .'i.'
bat the to devote the strictest atten- Ilatcbie river in township February 1850,between the nepal liours of sale- .
consent to : l
peaceably I
M\Vhy, sir, said Col. D.ul have sent my tcntion to the advancement of her pupils. A few eighteen, nineteen, the following property.to wit r One negro a1an'ir 'fra .
from Florida-an
boy into the woods to hunt a'bee gum to emigrate object of great more scholars will be received.Jacksonville thirty-three, named Stephen taken in ex.eeu'Uo it the suit otv 1 -

put my leg in, for I don't intend to give the concern not only to the authorities of Florida ,January 3, 1850. 4t5hjff Choc-taw Hatchie river, John simpson Administrator of John Bak'erdee-,"'
You he but also to those of the Federal Govern J sixteen. and will be sold to satisfy said writ -'At the sao*I-- -
Judge any advantage" over. ijie. see ment. I have the honor to be, thirty-two, in township place-immediately l afterK SejVo;slave..named- iI-4
has a wooden leg! : Your Sale. Charles;.taken in execution ftl'ie: suit Jofazi '.
The whole roared! with Excelency'sMos W. Pearson and will be sold to ikf jsfV said '
party laughter, be sold, in front of the Court House .AUGUSTINE com writ.
and the thing was so ridiculous] that it broke WILL in the town of Jacksonville, on the Y \ fourteenth day of Janua- ROBEHTJT_BOYIV"-,"-':.' 'a

up the fight. Col. D. was 'afterward told GE. W. CRAWFORD, frt Monday in February next, at the usual hours .B law of the public lands situa Sheriff Putnam Connty.Palatka .- ,-
Putnam Co 1549 .
that it would sink his reputation. Secretary. of War. the following described property, to wit ty Cout r4'U townships, and Dec. 20.-law Iw .DecewWrSy' '. 'a.. -
His THOMAS Bnows All that certain of land : 1 ., -,,. ; '
."Well," he replied, "it can't sink me lower Excellency piece or parcel lying day the ": : % -
r than a bullet can!" Governor: &c. &c..Tallahassee, Fla. and being above the town of Jacksonville, on.McCoy's described and east of tlte princi-. To the Widow next oT KL4'and aU PuoI. .4 ? I:
creek, on the watcw of the St. John's, containing the State cons Interested In Uie Sstftl*of the latd .
"But," urged his friend "the papers vill three hundred and fifty acres, known by fiOO Jo pb VAugbt. t.t. ;
be filled about you." the name of Hunger and Hardship; granted by agent for (except Section thirty 5&hai ; '; :'
Harried
ofSectian is hereby given, six wttb.boui..t .
Government to Isaac Ilundricks iuFebruary twenty- ;
the Spanish NOTICE
"Well," said he, "I: would;.rather fill fifty On the 2Gth ul, by Rev. hy-McDocAin. A. D. 1S04, with all the Impron'meuti lands to satisfy of < ven of range twenty.' hereof,!s1iall at iJj to LlJf lIdo.C.W.:.L fr' m.
papers than fill a coffin!" the of estate Brush.Judge of the Probate T Goiift for thE CouiU ii
thereon levied
Mrs. P. upon as property I
Euq., to W. years -
GEORGE.I0STOY. r Putnam.- letters of >
No one ever troubled the. Colonel after of James Long, doc'd tQ sat a writ of fieri facias expenses. ,.twenty-four, twenty- ty of tdrdtyristratioa'npod" -
BRYAN. the estate of Joseph V augh .late ef Marion Couasr
issued from the Circuit Court of Duval county 300 bip tweuty-seron, (ex .
thirty-two, and thirty- ty State of Florida deceased r-J. ... .- --. .Y4 4
in faVor of Daniel Avery vs. Mary Long, administratrix as the .. J7 .MltTO f HAYNES. \ 'xFalatkaPutnameo.FLi.
eight. -
on the estate of James the State e "-c ",,*'**
lon1.lec'd. .. .
Annual
Ocj-TTie Grand Communication'of the of '.. .
FOR THE AZETrE.I JOHN'G. smT: '46, '47, and twenty-six, range -
Hot HoII Hon: for CoWarula.Ma. Grand Lodge of Florida will b held in the Ma- Sheriff<>f DU\ll *, 203 .NoY.l8.18S.1- >*>
onie in the of I3y GEO. .D. S. D. C. known by law for. the'use of I. T'
city on Monday, as
I.
.. EDITOR A small Tallahassee S11Tl
crowd
:- propose Halt Dec. purposes,will be ex I :NoT1czpr: -
; State tax
. the day January, 1850. Officers and Representatives Jacksonvc .
I going.to the California Digziins, and will go '47, and : : '" iftj
3td r.jl
in for all that can be started Jin the way of ol Subordinate Lodges thereof will mentioned lands will SUBSCRIBER -tt red; *

getting the Dust. No one will! be received take.notice,and govern themselves accordingly. SUcrlflT'a Sale. h'. appointed advertised and pro the)el lltil usin*-xstfulIy reqtlellwi *
they are
in the crowd who will back!out, or will refuse A full representation from the Subordinate' Lodges WILL IKS sold,kfortle Conrt-llonao door, October ,until the whole shall all persons same for haying settlement demands without against'tJoUy/and him to present'thos! t'the ..E

to stand up to what may he necessarily is particularly desired. to town on tho frtlonday' sales thus closed.' .But indebted to him, by book aceixjol or otherwise,to,'. ,' .. .-
required when men may'' be ,placed in a J. B. TALOR, ) of 'ebruar 1350, between. the : longer than two weeks make payment before the fist tijn January next,*, JS- (
., hours of ale, proporty, toit: 5 of the lands will be or their,liabilities will .be- ftyv* ..in the prpper7
situation which no caution n'gua l against. Grand Secretary G. L. Fla. slaves-Tcna, aged aboiit' 2-j. years; Amy aged BV expiration the two officer's.bands for collection; }jl\: 4. "'' ".' *' .'r -
This call is not made for ordinary men-it about 12; John 7; Louisa 5; and Thomiu 3. Levied i led, : A; |.'tLW1UGflT. .

U a call which may make every titan engagedin upon as the property of Joshua Ilickman, at the city of Washing. .AThgator I' ,'Nor 1-s, iSJ9. '- 22-it ," ;. ;
the enterprise not only rich, but cstabjish Iu connection with the above, tho nndcreignedommittec deceased, and pointed out by Win. Hickinan,one Monday, September,Anno Domini -, <, '; I .{ 1 -_ :'. :
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of raid deceased, to fi.
of the executors eatiefy the
,appointed for that by Jackson a land and forty-nine.
a character which will embody his name in purpose fa. issued from the Circuit Court Uural county, viz: Z. TAYLOR. i. :NOT! .! Z ::1 .:i

tbe history of his country, and establish a Lodge No. 1,announce t the Fraternity through wherein William Baiey. administrator do bonis So much '' ." '.il ''. ."l:.-% -c--

reputation which will last forever. We. do out the Slate, that, on the Thursday following non of John ; ,'is the'pUintiff, and do Grant General,,Land* Office. nnUE PAKTWKRSKIP'hUc e :

not want to whip up the whelp of the day. the meeting of the Grand Lodge, there will b a Benjamin A. l'utnarnVllliam.. Ilickman, Iaiah'D. Levy's ), L:'between the subscribers U tbii day dissolve4tW. -
of Joshua Hickman : .
Hart, erty of \ bymutualconsen&AUrsohsv1ngje1simi:
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We again repeat, we want gocj, sound and >rooe8ion, and public installation. of officers of are Executr. ted on day CLAIM against the late firm are red present thenj

firm men. The writer of this i is associated ho Grand Lodge, and an address by Brother R. JOHN G. SITI part of the to either of the undersigned far nmt; and all .; r. i

I with a clever set of fellows and) is determinedto B. HILTOX, followed by refreshments suitable to Sheriff of property to the right of pi-e-bmp- indebted to'us are requested. .to-nts, >,1mmeiit4'.. .

t re-establish his chiracter from the imputations the occasion. We cordially invite the Brethren Jacksonville, January, 1S50.Sheriff's signaLed within the townships and 'settlement I ".. ,1;.j.,".-ooi-i-?: sc4 '
acre tract enumerated, is re'mired OLI V ; .
I made against him iu an alI ir of hon of SUter Lodges In tho State, and adjoining by Messrs. the satisfaction: of the ,PHlfi'P.COC'rr. ', : .

or which lately! came off. counties i Georgia, t come up in the spirit of Snle.Y John lIe the proper'land office, l:1849.-6rtl": \ .. ,. .tc' "-

Mr. Editor, as I am about'leaving, the article Masonry,and unite with in the.celebration, IB VIRTUE .of a decree ot'fQrecJolur granted within the as soon as practica .Sept. ., ''1-1' :.! .
b in the last Democrat induces me address u at the late November term CircuitConrt ing near and before the day ap : '.- .- .. .-;(1. -a
to and partake of the hospitalities of the Brethren of
of Duval county, State of Florida, and according and of the pnLlio sale -COPARTNER1i4 s .
you-my honour shal| nevjr be tarnished Jackson Lodge, without any further formal invi- to tho requirement thereof I will expose gether tract.calmed! -' other. _
4c by anyone and by [publishing this ation. at public sale, in front of tho Court-House, on the : IISDERSICNKD- -J jiemtor1ntbd: -X-i V 4 j-. .1' -
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Vpu will confer a favor on ohe who leaves E..a. irzqu, C1IAS. E. DYKE, first Monday in February next,between the usual Tax. BUTTERFIELDb TIlE c th tthejl1ave ]dJ entered laid ,
bis for his of Bale, the following described property, to 1Jfi e. 'Under:the th&i' -and ,stylofBUFFINGTON t
country own good, and perhaps J. WM.ounMArn! bun Jan.3-tf a Copartnership, 'J1 4 ,
B.TA\LR. '& COX '$ : & $,&.Hotel- ft
the of his *
S good country. O P. H. J. SoWS Committt.4c. A lot of land known by No. 11township 2, range in Jacksonville heretofore Q..Woed, .

___hp _. _#___.__..-. 26, Section 29 Containing forty 'acres more or of Kin, and aU per- & Co.. We are mating such oecuj44by..."nr:mentts for-. t
The first power-press used in Savannah :-- less,lying and being in Dnval County State of FIa.levied ., Estate Thomas,Florida; the approaching Winter-mason is Vrlu rend-sr'owr -
Notice. upon the property of Tho'g. J. Jones County desirable1 df Mpersdns -
establishment
BY st
.dminitrator's a pink sojourn
has been introduced by the Republican.That Execution ed .
and Comelier to satisfy an in- East Florida. > 'witt be/hUy
shall visiting i Vj, 4
is already the handsomest printed paper SIX MONTHS and vouchers to, we the Honorable present our the favonrof B. Harden for tho ust of J; \V. Bryant tb tsii days from prepared tj* acoommddate.ki. ;* tMiaieut
and Thom Jones vsVm.; II. Hick Monday shall appiy to the lIon Boarders.- --I -
of Duval for final ;- .E.w.
Judge Probate for County, a -
p in the'State. settlement and discharge from the Administrationof man,.and others,.property pointed out by Defend much of *of the Probate Court SAMUEL'BtIFFtGIz.. J. ,
persons,, for the admission ',- -
at. '
the Estate of James D. Pelote, deceased, late PHILIP.COX'ift -
The JOCBKII. or COMMERCE i if giving the JOHN G. SMITH, Sh'ffD. C. So much testament of Thomas '

world a biography of Mr. Squicr, the U. S. of dCounty. JOIN C. pELQtE> By GEO. H. SMITh, Dcp. S. D. C. as'the County; deceased for letters(the Sept" 1849..6-tf' ;. :! 'i,:-"- .., -: 4i.
will and .
H. PELOTE Jacksonville, Deo. 2 ). ,
CHARLES "
Charge to Central America.. His course 18.-d belong to .4 --"' :- "- .
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there, the Editor is of opinion,, has greatly Admirtr. Sheriff'. Sale. land HOPKINS : : "." .
JanutryS, ..
surprised many who were active in recommending 18. 6. VIRTUE of a writ of fieri facias, issued: grant, DANIELS., ;::;. ; '-

his appointment. "They supposedhis :BY of the Circuit Cur and to me directed, much Grant ,-Florida > .. ; f:.". .
of. '
official duties would be merely:nominal, S'oon'V.Morga.. ? Attbment.. Debt I will expose to public ,' front of the Courthouse by S.D. 1'Iov. 15"-8w. '" < < "

and that hia* Alezasdei"B"h 5 8 Dnd $> in the 'town of Jacksonville,, land :
time would mainly) be. devoted tt State of Florida the conntY 1 Sale ".
and
to bis favorite researches;in Central America. 'TTtllE defendant,and aft others interested, are Dvl. next, between the on usual Jr1t hous of sale, tion 10 2, of Fieri flz i issued .- !: '.- :\?, .
of ,
JL the commencement this : .
:But (adds the Journal) itiifl: juite. other hereby notified o be the following described property,to 13 yoke section range 12, ; Court and to me directed, "
court to held at
Arise; and now he is found plunging into anf mit, returnable the t a justice's of, March next, of oxen,5 timber carts 70,0 feet of live oak and tho ) in front of the court. Bead q e" Jrl rltl f :. a"I 'i' ;, -

of acliuii, <'." AUirUor: on pla4 4h. .." ranging timber. ship 10,. on the first T&x.uiLissaaNJ' :1 .'
diplomatic
rt.rppffta J'J'ecieli ao".PI" '
"
.1 all the and interest of John "
'solving ihjteftoU of wkich under my hand nod seal, day Ali right tie section 6; next, between t the usual W'HEREAS, '&"election ; tae-fcitowln*
importance, thi.1t .
grave Of December, 1S&. e. in and t a tract of land, lying property property,to-witi ,towionj1I&jdGenersl .
reau'netbeifercieejoCsound j judgment and.i'is4om. -.HUGH G. .HUNTER (L. s.] and being on; eat'sido of St, John's river, the land, lot of land,situate,lying or 1st Division---' ..-t&jo'H1en-,__'lor2.1n.
., STefiall/eel! relicw when the Jan Justice of the Peace.. containing five thousand acres, more or less; and I by Mary and eonu- Ion,'one Brigadier '(eral vfor 1 fi rIgM.1so&t
._ t iiy. passes juta."er.rjj bands." _- 311 know .a part of the Richard Mill grant,levied. i retnrneit > of Florida.' known and Brigadier General for 3d.Brigade,fed en4 ..P- -
: : upon as tne property 01 jona u c Splendid k'L15It eo a execution r In favor. of Margaret Cook. much of '; 5,-and bounded on on the 1st day tf Oetober,18 |an4 ttappeari>: :_r j-. .
Washington n correspondent!writing on'tbe age JOHN G. SMITH, ,:east Washington run of the' ftf ; t
tpes' Grant; ing by a canvass retujsS: niadb, J: $ :
rooming of the dUo 01! Mr; Wm, J.Brown1 SUBSCRIBERS, baiiw.rf.MH.ed- SheriiTof Du"a county.Tackaonvllle. sections' ber 3, In said square west Executive Office that' -. .;1. *-iy .',, _

explosion,eayl "Chase, the ,Free :THE Pavillion, by which they esj a- ; ,!!an." 3, 1t of the squa.re;eontaining one John Milto* U duly.elected' '' JJflidr;;dXI cf _

Soil Senator, has been electioneering for him rate U any place'with the same certainty of sne-' owned by ,more or lesa yAlws lilt Ditision ,' I '. 't" S- -. _
offer to the citizens of JacVjonTilU.nd Sheriff' H *i-r- ., oW..n; or,,parcel of land situate; Jesse Carter, Major General 2t JiivUidws -/ .. -
if necessary." i I. e5i,voil4 vleinlty BOW an opportunity of PORTRAITS virtue'of a writ Wfieri facias;?'tamed onYof 'county of,Puval, on the Robert C.Caldwell., Brlgadiar. ftertflMTsA -
hayfijg the B the Circuit Court, and to me directed I will .th : and southern side of &de' c' 1-5;' : t'.i. WtI '
Montgomery Journal of ibe 7th inst: taken t a atyle"eqw )I. : expose tq'public sale, in front of the Court-IIouse, Bale.. -(1 iaae'uwuucwu..a- '.-- --- .- 1 L 41.-f%- 4 L--- '- -- -i1' -

ays;- '.Pensacola, Bailro 'lvConvenlion' wol_ znodo of operating -ii T p speedy-, that:the jn'the Tow cf.JacksonylUo the County Monday of in.Febrnary Dnval. -, :Tax: .: : : stump on :t.1 at. bank an ash of said tree bWi bi ii tt.erelofli'kri 1 {Ii

closed its labors;L on. Yed1eLlday- most I age persons,'is well a little chddren.-are aad S & between,tho on" frt of- the 'Jsn. forty-five'degrees, east named persons are hereby rOc14hxt dIt1cote4: t% _
taken the greatest 'accuracy- the exact ex- next, ,a. from the lands :the various commands dOsid,5nWhe4b6Qbey,4 '
U was an able and:dighiflixih't. ,and the volog obtained., following described'property," to. wit t. ne . tract to
of the countenance t -/b1 a 4i.Wi1l u.
soothea *
spirit of the enterprise was e t ie4 Into with pr30 0 earnestly recommend t person gone grlect.. Simon Joseph;'andGeorgo.-sn4':JacksonvilJe 'flev [ h forty-five rlyMd degree, east coD1Jd'l\. .., f'A 1J r'cordingli. ;_ _
in the of '
tqwA
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great enthusiasm' :we. look; lor great and *r%, not to let this oppostunity pass without seenrinV 101 Lt On the South by tho River l stake fa a.;mall ham- "i' ,< "THO"' BROt& -

rood results to Alabama"aodJFlonda, fron a LIKENESS of. t eIIcs*-nd late Mendt.rVqnentlyttmftrkedjrhcn that. Johnson* the West t from pnbjiftjands$, and B/ the Cdvaruor&ttet z.i; .- ''T- "' ; _
too St b1Jand"longlng'tli
& u
t Yale !
> running Iront 4
fne completion of.this!wprlr,'wWcbi may be I ltja Like- 'Hart the North 'bY-iii sine ) 'L.A .TH X'&OIi-"l. f' J'' :.
smowfnta of nioney would be for the D. on the April or ; 'degree ,'west fdrtyfiTe h ,... .'' "" .,.. ,",'<
regarded aseertam.WegirejUJe'pcoceedingsIB : any absent ecewed by Lama Street, and i known i by plan; acres of bank of Goodsby ,.dec..B-.1t. !ii:' .. .r
of ionic or fend E' No., 25,wd 26, they : i'. "f' v. _.
another colu mn: The'abk Eeport pf the Our terms wUhJxxvorr Pe fJ uU id Tow tt al1t., balEd b' county,, ; oontatata pne.hundred. n' S
; .. (PsviIliOi1. na"L Ing VLCI '. ..re.p PaYJ1e. : Jwpitekeri I h U CU: N i :( :! .
.cominitl"of W4.-a | S.{(trough and see 9ur iiSJan.3. .P tn&u betaken in. ken eecutionat the suit of John .. .? ', i iI vJ WUBam ;f't.t.. ,
I and eth.eis ;: er fetferria rtd .
i J w.'and BC.Hieknmn mDltl1. dak l' wiJ1 .t n .i -
in the .
Insorted 'Ie' M' be -
1 Ch e.rple clearwcather.and "J tel L'En1ilnd I.I otr&itha pro P. SIX tiert
S vrjohhL'Engle,and his w fro* :.of PObsLesOfTait7 _
) tpn'1' ,jr ,'in esegrframe", bnaJ."i.tl ; will be soU the property59feldd '.Do- :' tosatufysald.;, > of jjmnssiOt'U''$ mID1tO6b&-IItt _

A "Uh earliest. k, ..' I&Der .. gl satWy Bald f writ, Atw.at the game ; ,SMITHS: .. PJ CU> .'tair.1&-o&-I w W
to ---i
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Ikt"fgtr-"g hcrsuffiCIcUtla.ditcements ,
.- f'Mt.. : ifl be visited,? ., ; K and pla4 the following Tract oC Land, ,- -' -;. : ; ; : Sheriff-Duval.C.owty- .'..' .\.;." '. ",'" '" '- .1 + loIt....,. _
rowr arTi.-- juac i bC oWercd-t f IaaI& ofVUva.OnthOIa4 : : ,, 'J ;'
County Au236utI .
J E mo1 lug and bemg < c iilt. ;
bat tcceired appojntiient ki'Pistrict, ,; -; lL\'IHAW.Y..UAYKIS.: aid? of',. :.Jolt.Rive., flOW'JF5., $' ,. ".OFZ" '. -:, .., .' '" : I, i" .' '. ".',"''."'> .'' ';.-it' ",...- ,. .
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.\ 19 rFBUSHKn BVKR rt RgUAT. ATaackaonmllle lieve in the United States Senate, ?hich\he ,fouler-taking tb* e *
't Dornl. CyWi.lr, K. P., W first President of the late.Dynasty labored topull be&5iansrllIshOrtthfle,my health improved, -- i : -

?1 COLUMBUS down, until be brought Jt to his feet]; in and couehanA my throat tgbtnesa'of ii now-Swell thechest?I: am-u as ,ever free-from Hwajandleaa : iet >l n&ine to put np/4. n parllli.sWlileiL Uefal ,'_ --f-EJ KttSnrAtrGa 7 : ohrM
OArWSVJE WILLIAM ,
the *
Supreme Court/whic1- asenouhcey hear distinctly;* My..throat'has Dr.TowBen azsapsrUlaamiufinIt I -, .
TMJ< -Ttree Dollars If qulUtf : *- --- -- --- C
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rU I .annum,1 payable L.> his supporters as 9.pestilent restraint upon been well about three months,.the cure of which ; Original,etei TbI l*Towasend to w,* ** 4 Igu! tm.uKo'3 UOTfl4Contlunes

4- upon orderfag_ PaperI s *: Executive assumptions; in the Arnly'which; has been effected entirely bythense Df jrpnr S Smbwriptiona, if nit paid $Zm the the title aiD,., fcr tkeporpose
xpiration has lap UU, and ihe lIks1etb assumes
admirably vindicated in the late ef
LOUISA and prosecate (
S. s4tbe friend R. BEVAN.
'dAr'tr 'ThrII&autioiiIbepuhlie
b&te4 of Uif eredll to wh& he U Dot
; L AirejifscmwiU; wUI be inseft d ni thp war from the long aspersions of the demagogues |aJ not'to J>e deeelvell, ana pafehaMr grew -or'anyof thf Eziipext i "
following in the
: ; Militia, for whose effective TKEROE9Thls! and
11 ARMED OF'iTS daDgcrous: ORIOWJiL OLD Dr.JacobTownsend's CWmarWngfroiior tWReroJatloMrji
t ) aUi i One pillar fct equaro'jof[ twelre lines) for and serviceable organization it is high time alarming affection, which has swept from the stage one hut the QKXVIJfE l It'the OW &r%. Mexican wan;
vll>a oa
li
Bersaparlll ,
;. first, and Scventy-FlTe Cejits for sabse- hat some provision were made in of,time so many both at the innocent age of infancy "
4. every
: : ts2 $ nirtkti.'o yearly Xfdverti ant the best ; our gal- iri1 '. and the more vigorous and mature age of man Ukeneit,- hU femlly 'eoat of anns"aBd bl slgnaroreaerots pay, t>r< Widows Pei; Na44j-
Navy of
cn liberal as wide- '
f! dNe a protector our hood, has at length met-its bane and antidote, the etmfof arms. Bounty Land or Scrlp i |fil0rilairio/Je* H

p irili ke made.. All Wwisicnt Advertise extended commerce and our almost as wide- ._ and Its evil effects upon the system are laid waste 117,or Aognat :10, isis !'ArTei1 eLoiy W>
'4 (eXCPtb7perdOflSb&71Jjsrgnthng/ accountwttk y-extended! maritime frontier in Academic by the powerful influence of this preparation. 'A
,, $biEec nurseries for and little grand-child of Mr: \Vm. Patrick, woodAjoV- Mileage due returning 'olmteefi};..Clafau.'iotHorses -
) most be paid for.previous to publiPeteons Military Naval Science, ,. jr: .
triumphant at last, though long vilified, -like] I _____ dot, was attacked with scarlet fever,1-which- left, lost a 'other | jf rty deetnryedpenws JEZ.eI
: her in a:dreadful, state; her body;-was .covered -- Incurred by Voln tir beforttered -
H
: at distance nearly every other good power of the Government with of scarlet I
can jovcrn their rcmlt- 'I particles eruptions; a large lamp -
and receired Intc :
ka e* *>r mdverty ng, by the olio wing rates ; in that "Lighthouse of the Skies" V. something like a bile, and at least two inches, in rIicr aggoti.s.P.4a
Oat ij which is now proving its utility; in the diameter, made its appearance onthe- shoulder, ten and Xoamsterse1nfadnes'uflors'lf&e.

(.twelve lines) .ablishcd six months Coast Survey, founded by Mr. JEFFERSON: which broke and discharged an almost incredible : ., &c It r -- I
of moit offensive matter .and besides
-
in the national gift of half a million of dollars quantity ; Having ,all ,the form : njoetfary fot.. b
Two for six this, a largo quantity was discharged from the -
Keticei sqmares, month*, 15 00 j to starving Ireland, rather than the SANDS' SARSAPARILLA.IN ears, of a very offensive- character. Almost despairing presentation of claims*;,* oaLber with the -mid-f '

to debtors and creditor*, 10 00 wasting more than a hundred times that sum of ever stopping the discharge,they made and regulations goirernin! .lJ different Depart ?'fment '

ApplieaUea for letters of administration, 5 00 slaying Mexicans; and in the Expedition QUART BOTTLES. trial o? SANDS SAUSAPAltlLLA, "which-effected ;he ia prepared t|' fci&riakejall elaJmsTef ''

For announoement of candidates for office 5 00 in search a complete cure, the child having"taking ierrleW ; "'
of Sir John Franklin and his fel- only one bottle. For the benefit of those suffer whatiind soever,that 'inVrequire the

N. enomnecment will be mode unless the same low-navigatore, though not in that sent in FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT ing from the baneful Sects of this horrible disease, of an Agency at'this platj). ', ', *'****''

k. ftMonpanied with the amonjit of Sodom UUIIE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr. Patrick will be to inform J> "
charged. quest and Gomorrah.We pleased any personas rarticular attention gii c i to the proper ettl>
Editorial notices for private benefit will be believe the union of these States FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF to the correctness of this statement, if they call meat of toiounU. p' '
Quartermasters i 'f
THE BLOOD Ol? hABIT OF THE at his residence in Exeter-st. near Fawn-st. [Bal --
karfed do'ib1.th. rate of advertising but not in the absorbing in it, either by force SYSTEM. VIZ : timore Sun. (xChargea moderate an1 f |nTated by the a ac ntt '"

fttligions, Obitoarv and Marriage notices, will or consent, nations or regions that have no The following testimonial to the value of claimed, and the extent pf rv Joe*required...,
b.ptbllahe affinities with Scrofula ,or Kiit 't evil, Rheumatism, obstinate rt.v
no We believe
gravis. : congruity, us. 1 mist
AD eommnnieations t iarerei insertioa
rvtanenus eruptions, pimples, or jniflidn on the the Sarsaparilla, is from the Rev. Luther, ; ,
OsflBMUikaUoni in of the
tnnst be pgst paid. in order none agitations meant to divide face, blotches biles chronic soie eyes, ringworm Wright; aged 76 years, Congregational Minister Principal Qffci,,T(#..YasuwSt.r XcwTork C i1y. postpaid/ ]!? t deedt e

-. to govern or to separate us.- or titters, $c2idhe4d, enlargement and pain of residing at Woburn.WOBOR --- JL! '-
OLD ]! TOWNSEND -- : -
.. We believe in Republicanism, but not Loco- the bones and joints, stubborn ulcers, syphilitic DR..JAGO ,- - '
PROSPECTUS.OF ; ocoism[ ; in no Aristocracy, but least of all symptoms, sciatica, or lumbago; and diseases \, Mass.. March 30th, 1346. THE ORIGINAL, DISCOVERER bFTHE '- James Ttt| Bryant/ .tArroaNET&Nzi
Messrs. Sands Gentlemen From what I have
in that which arising from an inJtuHrious, use of mercury, : Genuine ToTrnscntf Sarsaparilla.
the strive make C4unATJthWiIl
demagogues Jo aritites or dropty, tipnsine imprudence in experienced, and from the information, have recently *
THE NATIONAL INTJiLLIGENCBR. for themselves by alarms about one which life; a'so, chronic constitutional disorders, fyc. received from a number of persons of high Old DrTiwnendis now abont TO yeaw-of ape. nnJhu attend Professional ;>naness in the
does not and cannot exist among us. We rcfrettubility who have used your Sarsaparilla, I long been known a* jtVTHOR and'DisrorKRRll of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and lathe Fed1era *

believe in the rights of both the'Rich and 'I'HIS Medicine has acquired a very extended have not the least doubt but that it is a most valuable SARSJIP.IRILI'A.of the GF-JfUIJTR" OR1OIJMX Being poor,he"JTOFJSJ2JVJ was compelled *- Court lor the Northern District of Honda-1'v E

The Proprietors of this pburnal have not he: Poor, and in the right of all men not to and established reputation wherever have medicine received, and of that its efficacy the numerous fully certificates sustained to limit Iw miinnfaetnre, by which means U has Ai6 SfeSTT / J

heretofore yeirs of its We it has been useJ, based entirely on its own you ore been kept out of market, and the sales circumscribed to "Easiness Btate <
injthe forty existence be hated as either. believe not in Dor- by experience, and although its reputation and those only who bad proved Its worth, and known its for general icjitth1 'reapeeiui
: nder their management, leen in the habit rism, nor in Anti-Rentism or Mormouism, merits, which its superior efficacy has alone utility are very extensive, and stand in no need of valne. It had reached the stirs of ninny nevertheless* grants and donations'ofiaids, and
of making appeals to the p iblic favor in any nor in Red or other bu sustained. The unfortunate victim of here my humble efforts to increase:them, I want all a* those jvrwn who had been,healed of sore dl* ise|, or selling thereof.'* j-jj & ,? ;- '- ,f> |
any Republicanism who afflicted disease to become .and xavrd from tffcath, proclaimed Its excellence and -
of tbf forms of ditary diseasewith swollen glands, contractedsinewsand are by acquainted ,, /x
soliciting True -
customary patron- our own Blue. We should be wondtrfuI *
to
glad with the efficacy and of valuable medicine. '- -
bones half carious has been restored pneer your "- for the'esi1eciftatnupoabs t: ,Uulte ,,
.geror (having ahvayi keld ke opinion see it all the world over, but do not HEALING FOWEH.; : ,
.... thata Pablic expect to health and The scrofulous that he had, by his kill. States fort Military or otl4i. services, pensions
Journal vigor. KnowInZ
should win the pubBc.upigit it in our day, in France, or any other part LUTHER WRIGHT. nang peart'dfiised ago. an article which would supplies furnished voluiftJeei, and for hone TOT

by the sober performance of the Europe. We do not believe in giving pass patient, covered with ulcers, loathsome to Prepared android, wholesale and retail by A. science be of inca1cuibierdVntge'and experience. mankind wheathe other property'lost, for wliieH the United State

yearttt the flashy professions of the hour) ports to Santa Anna, but we do m the himself and his attendants, has been made B, & 1) SANDS, Druggists and Chemists, 100 means would be furnished to Wing It Into universal ia liable. :"If -r, fc

: I1te1ey!] ever, more frequently than once ers of our own Commanders in Mexico. pow whole. Hundreds of persons, who hail l Fulton st., corner of William, JSTew York. Sold notice when in inetnnabievirtues would be known Address Jacksonville .eatFIoridai'
.
great and. appreciated. This t me has come, the mean are : jj _
lu twenty years, had occasion to embody in We believe in the honesty and patriotism groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous also by Druggists generally throughout the United supplied ; thiORAtfUJIfflt' -- -

.lp.y Prospectus the principles upon which of Gen. TAYLOR; but not in the merits and glandular disorders, chronic rheumatism, Bottles States and for 85.(Janadas. Price- 1 per Bottle; six UXEQ 1-TA!.LEI> PREPARATION Phu1Ip'azer -. ,
1s manufactured on the largest scale,,and is called fhl
/ they endeavor to conduct the under of the and many other complaints springing from a ATTORNEY &CJiLLOa4T LAW ,
paper "Spoils System. Consequently, we Fur sale in Jacksonville by throughout the lensth and breadth of the land especial, : ,
their charge' fe do not believe in Proscription, nor in Rota derangement of the secretive organs and the nov29 J. FORMAN.JACliSONVILLE ly as it is found incapable of degeneration,-deletion I" ::3AcK5O1Y.YL4z
They have been the le. circulation, have been raised as it were from lion. '
|* disposed, moreover tion. But tne former having long reigned Unlike yonng S. F.Townend's'ittuiproves with a&nd Will attend to profpstanl business entrusted
for the. purpose of revivifying a sub-' and widely filled the Public Service with the rack disease, and now, with regenerated AC.tDEMY.riiiis never chances, bat for the better ; became it is prs> to him ia the Courts: #ftho! Eastern Cireiti L'

criptiot list, to call to their occasional aid, men unfit for it, we believe in the constitutions, gladly testify to the efficacy pared t* inenttfe principle t by a ttientifc not. The and the Supreme Conr>''a 8 Tallahassee.. He has_ ,
necessity Institution will be on the first dntt the latest discoveries
opened highest knowledge CbeuiUtrf. "
of this inestimable The also such an advantageoftsj connection with -an
instead of preparation. testimony -
quiet good works, these suJden of a large re-organization pf it. Iii Monday in June next, at 9 o'clock, A. JM., of the art. have all been brought Into requisition in able Lawyer at Washington city, sa will
of barren of thosewho have been cured by its the mannCtctnre of the Old Ur's Sanaparilla. The Sarsapanlla onsan-'j
transports public spirit because, We might go oa and write a creed as long in JACKSONVILLE, East Florida. a prompt and speedy eoUaeiion of such claims as ',
in such attempts at getti political the Westminster use, with their residences, has been published Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation root it is well known to medical men.contains be his hands the United" ; '
g up revivals as Confession; but all the many medicinal properties, and some properties which may placed in against -
,.it seems to be tho ijht necessary to rest is easily inferred and besides be from time to time: and were it desirable, a of young Lads and Misses, where they are inert or useless, and others, which, if retained In' States. -,,,
,
nake a far greater para e of devotion to found in may mass of the most overwhelming testimony will be instructed in the elementary and higher preparing U for use, produce ftrmentation and add, Sept. 1, l&a-ly. 1 !I -
columns. So
our past that we branches of an English and classical education, which is injurious to the system. Some of the proper
Party than party should t rer receive where have but to say, finally, that we believe in could be brought forward, proving most and young men will be fitted for College or for ties of Sarsapanlla to-vtlatilt that they entirely .

t en have not merely a Party hut a Country the virtue and intelligence of the conclusively its inestimable value. The afflicted professional life in the Latin and Greek Classics, evaporate and are lost in the preparation, if they are not LAW KOTXCE.
People, as an. those who have not used this and in the philosophical and .mathematical sci- preserved by a teitutijie protest known only to those JxcxsorAugu 21
g to To ,
serve. mere Party j and its power, the long as they will really exert them, and not experienced in its mannuetwe Moreover, these sole- *
Intelligencer has never professed any such sufier themselves to be the dupes of the demagogues medicine, are invited to make a trial of its ences. principle*, which fly off In vapor, or as an exhaJa- 'aving left the State fr' California, L bav.:"

-*,' devotion even when the heartily virtues, and appropriate to themselves the ARRANGEMENTS. lion, under heat, are the very tsttxlial medical properties transferred- my business to Cot Samnel
acting most their worst foes when most pretending of the root, which give to It all its valne. Spencer, who will, in conjunction'with Mi1. B--
> .. with that body of citizens whose practice to be their friends. benefits which it alone can bestow THE yEAR will bo divided into four quarters, Any person can boil or-stew the root till they get a her, prosecute all unfinished business t** eloea. :

a as well as avowed principles seemed to Upon these grounds the National Intelli "TRUTH IS STRANGER. THAN FIC of about. The 12 day weeks will each have, with two sessions intervening s the vacations. first-, dark matter colored in the liquid root than,'which from is any more thing from else the; they coloring can The Militia claims in my ebar e will be attended .? !

it to offer the steadiest and sincerest hope oia gencer presents its claims to a continuation TION." from 9 to 12 M., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. then strain this insipid or vapid liquid, sweeten with to by myself, in connection with CoL Spencer,
will be to niola. and then call it "SA83APA1UUA and Ce!. Charles E. Shiftman, of Washington,
wise ,
and moderate government. and extension of that confidence M. Wednesday mornings appointed tour *e
public The attention of the reader is called to the exercises in English composition and declamation. EXTRACT( or SYRUP." But such is not the article and every effort made by us Jointly to prosecute-
The National Intelligencer has in a word which it is the highest of iis to- successful have
result.2'
pride Proprietors received known as theGENUINE them a no authority
will be
.
effected the Alter the first term, no pupil ,
ever been studious of temperate politics and to know that it already enjoys to an extent following astonishing cure, by except at or near the beginning of the session, OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S to collect the money doe An- these claims, ail%

of holding itself apart from th e passion, whatsoever exceeded by few Public Journals in the use of Sands' Saraaparilla: and no pupil for less than one term. SARSAPAR1LLA. have always preferred to-bare whatever -money*

a it was, of the day. It has never United States. This is to certify that I have a colored woman Board will bo provided in Town at reasonable This Li so prepared that all j ie inert properties of the may be appropriated plad;in thi hands of a Jo-'
who has bocn afflicted fur the l.ut Eve with rates month, for pupils from the country; and Sarsapanlla rout are first removed, everything capable cal paymaster such as the parties interested may '
made opposition headlong and indecent years per -
any avail of becoming acid -or of fermentation, is extracted and select, after the act for theirellef. < -
such as, from the moment of his inauguration PROSPECTUS. Scrofula, and all the remedies I usd had no effect parents and guardians, who of may institution desire to for rejected; then every particle medical virtue is secured Aug 2-tf (News.) GREGORY-YALE. .
in the of the complaint: on the themselves of the-facilities this ,
arresting progress In a pure And concentrated form; and thus it Is rendered r. -5
; banded itself against President TAVLOR: contrary, she constantly grew WOMB; and after the education of their children and others, may beassured1 incapable of losing any of its valuable and healing ;, .j

it has.never lent an indiscriminate support The RKliinoml Republican expending between $70 and $E1 with physicians, that no exertion will be spared to ensure properties. Prepared in this way,it is made th most Spencer &LLke:1ATTORNET3AT'LAW: J
even Administrations from which it besides using other popular remedies without success the health, comfort and progress in knowledge of) powerful agent in the '
It has expected till the di-tease had eaten away the cartilage aU who may be entrusted to the care of the Prin- Cure of innumerable diseases. -
.the most. always DAILY SEMI-WEEKLT AND WEEKLY. -
resolutely of her nose, made its appearance on various parts cipal. KUFUS K. SEWALL, Hence the reason why we hear euntmendations on Jacksonville Flaj '.
avoided the excesses on either side whichmate of her body, and had finally commenced its ravages Principal.N. every side in its I favor by men, women,and children.We $ '
And It doin wonders in the cure ofCOjrSDMPTIOJffJySPKPSfj1 I Will in the sevetal Courts ia the Easi *
so much the shame of our public affairs in the roof of her mouth.In ? practice -
which has been three B.-Pupils in Town will be expected to provide and LTTER
rnims COM-
PAPER, years this dreadful situation, with the prospect of era Circuit of Florida;in th4 U. S.District Court, ?
of violence and
inJecfncy towards and desks. Chairs recommended. elJIUfT andin RIIKOJlJtTIS.V.SCROfULJt
seats are
: under the of the conductors Northern District Florida the 8npnineCe.r4
charge I her ;
present death staring her in the face, stated
Pll.KS, COSTIYRXF.SS.CUTJUfKOUS\\ KRVPTICJfS.
nboanded towards 24tf.Jacksonville.
ipnonente, compliance OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT II. case to li:. Disosway, the agent for Sands' Sar- May PUUPfJiS, BI.OCTHES, and aU affection at Tallahassee; and prosecute claims before Congress --
fellow-partisans. In its adversaries it has GALLAHER, is now becoming familiar to the wruirilia in Newborn, ?*orth Carolina, by arising from : and the DepartmenU t t the Governaent*t-t-

recognised freemen and fellow-citizens, citizens of It has1 into favor whom I wai advised to use that article; and tomy ..Female. Institute. IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It Washington. ;1 / -ill
It no.matter how much ia the wrong: in its Virginia. grown 'surprise and that of my neighbors, to whom posses s a marvellous efiieaey in all complaints art J. McRoBEKT BAKU* 'S. STEICXS.

: friends boir much trusted and honored by the pursuit of a steady and unwavering her ease WHS known, after using four and a hall Committee of Direction has adopted sing from hdigrttit*. front ..qcidi.ftle Sttmaeh. from Sept; 6tf'i..
matter
no devction to Whig principles, and by a bottles ehe was restored to perfect health, and that T the following regulations: unequal circulation, determination of Mood to the head -
g it has ever sees men whom the heats mild but firm advocacy of Whig men and in the ppoco of three weeks, and was able to work The Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms |*lintatlnn of the heart, cold feel and bands cold chills -
p and hot flashes over the body. It has not its equal la To all Claimants of PrlTate !
: of the conflict might Itii too far. There in two weeks from the time the commenced taking of eleven weeks each. ;

.. has constantly been enough cf Presses to measures. labored the it. Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic and aside gentle and perspiration Caught ; and, relaxing promotes stricture easy of expectoration the longs, Grant Xanda lit the' State pf ._
Having zealously to promote In witness of the truth of this statement I have 84. The above with Florida. v7KTOTICE
term
epreal those nncivic rancors which in free per English throat, and every other part. -
election of the patriotic"and enlightened hereunto affixed my name, this 19th day of Sept. Grammar and Geography, ,per term $5. The, But in nothing Is its excellence more manifestly see '
oourtries than else
more any tkiag disgrace Chief Magistrate of the nation, it is now 117. above, with the higher branches of an English tnd ackmowMied than la all kinds and stages of b hereby gives" eack n-.very

) an* endanger the State; eaough to flatter desired by,its publishers to give it greater JOSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. education, embracing Algebra Geometry, History FEMALE COMPLAINTS. ill, Claimant of the said Florida' Grants, 'tba&'
; mfvrkte defeat moral Botany It works womters In of fiver Jilbut or Jmttt, the respective Surveyors, Messrs. David H.Parr
uocefts, to lorttay upon the Month of Neuse River Craven Co. N. C. natural, mental, and Philosophy, eases
extended and circulation '
efficiency by an general W. Norris Alexander McKay Arthw
and
of Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, Falling tf Uu Womb, Otttrueted, Suppr- PtnfmtMm Ralph ,
0 ake/ancy or pernicious passion the hour; They consider the unity oftfie Whig Logic, and Evidences of Christianity.pet term, tet. Irregularity of the menstrual iieriods and the M. Randolph, have been appointed by UM onder-r
ta fan into .a.flame every spark of ill; to party an object above all! personal considerations ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEARS' $6. Each quarter to bo paid to the Treasurer, like; and Is as effectual In curing all the forms of Kit signed to survey said Lands,' *nd.have beer assigned
fclaw uito whiff of STANDING. iseylisease. to their several fields cf '
a storm operation and are
every opinion. in advance. t
and the
now to obstructions, and the
they appeal Whigs By removing regulating general -
The Intelligencer has endeavored, therefore, Thjs Scholars will be under the careful instruction system, it gives tone and strength to the whole body, now ready to enter on tbeirdtzties.
to make itself the humble and as times of the State to aid them by a liberal (sub This cure was effected in July, 1844; of an experienced Female Teacher. and thus cures all forms of AU those holding titles,or who hive s rightful

scription, there have been no symptoms of a return, Provision has been made for instruction in Latin Nervous diseases and debility, claim to any of the lands in Question, or who may
have the almost undisputed
mission
gone, of The Editors will continue to give their and her health still continues good,' July, French, Painting and Drawing, and Music, and thus prevents relieves a great variety of other have knowledge of the one1 and corners of
withstanding and of allaying.. Doing thus, attention to the various Public Improve 1843* for which additional charges will be made. maladies as' Spinal tmtatia. Jtnrtlgi, St Pit**' their respective claims, am respectfully desired to>
and aiming consequently the while at the The first term commences on the 8th of Octo Dace, Swooniff, Epileptic Fit*. CmmUnmt,fce. come forward with all suehti'tlepapers and evidences
ments, and labor assiduously for every'ob- Kev Tori-, July 23,13 MJfcssrs. bernext. It cleanses the blood excites the liver to healthy ac locality as it mayb; ia' their power'tJ

rpolitics of country, not of party, it has, to be ject calculated to enhance the prosperity and SAXDS:_Gentleman consider it but Applications for admisstonaro to be made to- lion tones the stomach, and gives good digestion, relieves produce. This is the more''espeeiftHyi desirable
Useful, consented to be sometimes unpopular Ihe bowels of torpor itnd constipation allays In- as promptness in this partiOTlar,, on. thef.prtrof,
of the old Commonwealth. to the Committee of Direction.
renown an,act justice to you state iolUivring the
Bainmation. purifies the skin equalises the circulation
and t4 incur win iaeifitate the
occasionally by the firmness The Daily Paper, by mail $8; mi-Week facts i ia reference to the gnat bcnefit'I received.inthe J. M. DANIEL- Dfthe blood produces gentle warmth equally all over claimants greatly operations or*
of its of tfie of obatiuato CA\CI.E-JI.S ULCER Dr.. II. D. HOLLAND, relaxes all the surveyors in the exeent&ra of their work, and
purposes mare animosity cure an on the body, and the insensible perspiration;
of one side than of th* favor of the other. ly, $5; Weekly $2, to be paid invariably in my breast. A. M. REED, itrirtnres and tightness, removes all obstructions and the better;'enable -the Gtfrerament, to bring- the'
advance. Direction.Rev. .' the Is not this then surveys in question to a ipfcedy,and'setidactory,
its disinclination invoke I was attended, eighteen, months by a regular Committee of invigorates entire nervous system.
Hence "
(a ,
party goodwill ADVERTISING. and skilful phyriici uu&>ut' d by the advice and SWART, Tieatiutr.J The medicine yon pre-eminently ncedl termination f : ;
hy periodical profeftfiiou of faith .The districts assignedthe for thu.
or to counsel of of onr most able and ; suveyors
one -exjerieuced But can of these things be'snid of S.P.Townsend'sInferior
make of those principles" the The Republican affords one of the best the taut ackaonville July 7. 1849. any presentwill--be as follow& Commencing art
a parade pro surgeons, without benefit whatever.AH articli>t TM ronnc man' liquid U not la be
fession of which seems! to be often made mediums for country and city advertisements. the various methods of treat ing cancer were Mrs. A. M. MAXJ3VfjBtAKES COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S, centre'point at Picolata Ozitli. SL iohns I'
with the of any journal in the State The Terms resorted to; for five neek in Gut-cession my breast >eran greatest particularity only to dispense was burned with caustic three limes a day, and this method to announce to the pub. of DETERIOI? VTIOX. and sides of the river, as the claims may be designate.
men from their practice.' are: for six it was daily syringed with a week solution JB. lie that she will keep open her Uourdin'g NEVER SPOILS. Mr.BcER will survey th grants in. that portion
In Daily Paper-One square, (15 lines) louse the winter for the of of the immediately west of tine 'StT
/: Its own principles it was not worth while of nitric acid, and'the cavity internal ulcer was during reception while the other DOES and country lying
K
50 cents first insertion 25 cents each contin Boarders and for tno accommodation of ; tmtntp. fermntinr, wrng John's, from Picolata to the month, and north.$6
for the National Intelligencer to be often ; so largo that it held over unoaace of the solution. strangers tAr batttrg containing It into fragments ; the sour, add
uance. The doctor ]>robed tho ulcer and examined the or travellers generally. Grateful for the very liberal liquid exploding and imaging other goods! Must not) the north line of the State. Mr. NOEIIS, la the
piodaiming, they being intended much more In Paper-75 cents bone, and said thg disease WAS advancing rapidly patronage hitherto extended to her, she will] this horrible compound poisonous to,the syiteml district commencing f.1 Picfilata, on the east bank
for use than show, and originally adopted Country per square, to the lungs, and if 1 did not got ppccdy relief by spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her trAct' I put acid nttaa rgtten already diseased tntii acid J I of the St.-John's, and jtending down said stream
to profit others rather than themselves first insertion; 37-1-2 cents for each continu- medicine or by an operation, the result would be house is commodious, and situated- a pleasant % hat causes 11)rjiepsla but acid t Do we not all know between the river and bee ,o, and north to, the
of the town.Jacksonville .- that when fond sours in our stomachs what mischiefs State line. Mr,McKAT,in the district bordering
ance.
The only real exposition of the like those fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid open part
by It 1 flatulence
produces heartburn of
ptipitation the the sooth of'Pico
Oct. 11,1349.JACKSONVILLE. on the west ride of JohnX, -
who Addrens, RO. H. GALLAHER, andthe bones examined; hut finding no relief heart, liver dv ,
are engaged in high jpublic tasks, is certainly complaint dlarrhaa. entery colic, and lata and Mr.r RANDOLPH in the district commencing
12 Proprietor.P. from what had been done, aod feeling 1 was rap corruption of the blood 1 What is Fcrofnla but an acid ;
to be sought in thair actions not their my at Picolata, on the east bank of the St.John's,
idly getting wore, I almost despaired of recovery HOTEL. humor in the body 1 What produces ail the humors
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.words; in their "daily walk ad ,conversation S. Our contemporaries of the country and considered my case nearly Jiopo- which bring oh Eruptions of the Skin. Scald Head. Sal: and running south from Pkolata ,. \ .>-,
? not their occasional efforts cheaply to press, throughout Virginia and North "Caro- Rheum, Ensipelas, White Swellings fever Sores and It is requested that all information, in the- pec-
less.Seeing all ulcerations internal and session of the daunwits, ba directly eo.
external 1 It is nothing under or power
propitiate, and to pass off talk' for performance. final will confer a favor upon us, which various testimonials and certificates of heaVen. but an acid substance, which sours,and thus mnnicated to the respectafe surveyors, the better

Yet the principles of! the IntellU will be reciprocated they insert the above cure by the use SANDS' SAKSIPARILI, in cases' spoils all the fluids of the body more or less. What to enable them to define and establish the true location
in their and similar to my own, I concluded to try a few bottles 1'iiiii Subscriber causes Rheuinatlim but a sour or acid flnld.'which insinuate and boundaries of the raid grants. '
'geneer (already indicated; at some breadth) Prospectus respective journals, several of which were used, but from the long having taken a loose sf itself between the joints and elsewhere. Irritating

arc easily enough stated;and we may.therefore call attention to it. deep-seated character of my disease, produced no JL_ the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. WOOD, and inflaming the delicate tissues -upon which II B, A.. PUTNA1V1, SunewrJGenente1.ST. ****

- on this occasion of the commencement very decided change. Considering this as the only respectfully solicit a continuation of the-extended acts t' Bo of nervous diseases of Impurity of the blood, . Medical Department patronage which has hitherto been bestowed upon of deranged circulations and nearly all the ailments S-w
probable cure for case, I persevered until the Oct.11-6ia
of a new era in public afiairs, Jo .our homage OF HAMPDEN SIDNEY COLLEGE, disease was entirely my cured. It is eleven this well known establishment.' In order the bet which afflict human nature. .
now
to custom, and set them forth, both affiruatrrely RICHMOND, VA.. months since the cure was completed; over there is not ter to merit it, they have enlarged and thoroughly how In Is USC it not this horrible (q wake and sell, and-.i Jiiltfftrtrte DRUGS, CHEMICALS, & -

and negatively., T iE twelfth annual course of Lectures in the slightest appearance of a return. / therefore repaired the building;and adopted many improvements SOURING,. FERMENTING, ACID "COM -.---' -', .-4f
to promote the health and .comfort of! -
In'general, we may aay that )he Inaugural this institution will commence on Mon pronounce myself WELL, and the cure entirely effected their guests The old friends of the house*,wil POUND" OF S. P..TOWNSEND, TO pnrsicLixs, DRUGGISTS, AND,,

Address of President (TATtim embodies, 'day, October 22d, 1849, and continue until medicine by kiwi SAKSAPABILLA the, as took I no other certainly: deem it an advantage that the table will and- ret he would fain have it understood that Old Dr.Ja- COUXTKY ME1 IU1TS. -'. A.irhiL .

t .on the eubsieting question of the day, the the middle of March. it, nor have of any I taken during since time teat using be under the superintendence of an experienced cob TOwnsend's of Gesith. OrtfinoJ Sfrttporill> ,ltm IMITAI'ION J. N. KEELER &.BRO.most respectj9 -
;r which have any Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves they his Inferior preparation! ? solicit attention te their fresh stock of
doctrines we always upheld : R. L. BOHANNAN, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics Please excuse. this long deferred acknowledgment heaven forbid that we should deal In an article which fully
An invariable observance of the Constitution and Diseases of and which I think it my duty to make Ydur shall not be rivalled by any Hotel in the South, would bear lha most distant resemblance to S.K Tow English French, German snd American mugs.r
-the woman Chil valuable A'.irsaparilla cured mo, with the blessing being now enabled, by the constant steam communication send' articltl and which should bring down upon the Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,- Dye, Stuffs;
interpretation to be that of
generally' dren. of divine Providence,' when nothng chi uh with Savannah and Charleston, to have Old Dr. such mountain load complaints and crimlna Glassware, Perfumery, Palent< Medicme&cl
Reason, the decisions ofthe Judiciary, and L. W. CHAMEERLATNE, M. D., Professor of and I feel myself under lasting obligations to e yoC. the advantage of the fine markets of those cities: lions from Agents who have sold and purchasers who Having opened a New Snore, No. 294 Markets*.,

the administrative preccdcj'.ts established i iI in Mateira Medica- and Therapeutics.S. 1 Can say inanythingt lcauuot-writeand. I do In addition, they bring to the business an experience have used 8. r. Townaend's FERMKNTIXQ COM with a fully supply of FreshTh'ugEMd-'Mhi-
;of which will enable them,to rOUND. cines respectfully solicit etantry dealers to txamine. -
many years ,we
good times1-not the subtleties of those political most respectfully invite ladies afflicted as I have
MACPIN, M. D., Professor of Chemistry better the of to the .We wish it understood,became it 1 is the tsolrjt tgsiA before .elsewhere
judge means attending wants stock purchasing ,
wordcatchers and li fiilists who cannot been, to call upon mo,and I will satisfy them fully that S. P.Townt end's article and Old Or.Jacob Town our
and .
Pharmacy.CHARLES of those who visit the mild elimate.of Florida for and all who feel
one disposed Jo
4 of the truth stated above kttujex-tcide promising way
as and other end's Sarsaparilla are spert;and infinittlf
fiod in the Constitution authority for the exercise BELL GIBSON, M, D., Professor of things in reference to the caso. ,.many, thepurposei of health or pleasure, ., :, iittimitdr ; that they are unlike in every particular extend to us their patronage,to sell them genuine
a by Congress of thtf beneficent function Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. NANCY4J. MILLER The ITCKEASIXO reputation which, the'climate having not one single thing In common. Drags and Medicines, on a$ liberal terms as any
Internal but abundant of Florida possesses in the estimation of the Medical -- As o. p,Townsend Is no doctor, and never was I It no other house' in the city, and;to f.ithfullexeeut.
Improvements, war- CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor of 218 Sullivan street.SOJDS' Faculty, for the ,cure consumption -and chemist, no pharmaceutist-knows no more of medicine all orders entrusted to us, jromptly aud.withde-

not Presidential Waif$, Annexation, and Anatomy and Physiology. other pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast- Increase er disease than any other common,nnscieatnc.Unprofessional spatch. -. -, ,1.-t : '-"

it Legislation, in contempt|t>I:the rightful authority DAVID II. TUCKER, ,M. D.,'Professor of Theory compound CELEBRATED, which"&IESAPARIMA., such-This excellent of travel to this State, during the fall and tbey are man iveemng-, what guarantee genuine can seieanne the public mmnemet have con that- ,.On0pf the projirietots" .being-*'regular w Physician -
creating universal -
: of Congress. i! .and Practice of Medicine interest throughout tho a winter months, of those who:, seek the 'relief afforded taming all the virtues of the articles wed in preparing It, afforde--ampin, gmtrt****'** .tW.nmune.
has
As the wtlkh the country, made by a --milder atmosphere;,-and'in vie wo, : and which are incapable of changes which might render : quality of all articles sold a,t their estaUUhsieatVe.
to; spirit in 'Government'ft its into the favor
A. E. .PBTICOLAB. M. D. Demonstrator of way successfully of.onr citizens \ .
this fact, the -subscribers have- determined thai them the AGENTS of Disease instead of health. respectfully invite DjrugzisU.ud eountiy' ,
to be administered under the Constitution, Anatomy. ,, ; and the people around vs. We ha ve.read :again their exertions to merit the patronage which shall : But what else should be expected from one who known merchants, wh may wish to, beoqme Arents for
we believe, with' our President,:that the best The Museum-Apparatus and illustrations t and again of the efficacy of this valuable.,'modi- be bestowed upon them shall be without regard to nothing comparatively of medicine or illssiiae t ->u re- "Dr. :Keeler's Celebrated.FamilyMeeIa50,"
cine-but ,not until recently have wo had any -- qnUes a |*rson of some experieneookand serve nf (standard forward tteir
and
to
remeite
t iide is the maxims sihd conduct of the toil How much popular *,)
for the demonstrator departments'have're positive proof which could Induce to speak or.expense.'BUFFNGTON---"COX even a eomnroo decent >'- more Jmportant'ls address. -u -
A wFatherof hisCountry"iaodrof; earlier fairly of!is. But from facts in & it that the persons who manufacture medicine, -
cently received many additions, and are now > our possession Soliciting the patronage of Dealers,wy respect*.

# Presidents; and that the, ikwil .guide would very complete.; -The facilities for< Practical are now well convinced that, without,any excep -JicnsoNviLLK,00t.61849lILt' designed:WEAX for
be the peculiar course and doctrines of the Anatomy 'are unsurpassed. The Clinical tion, iHs the SAFEST.-VLEASAYTEST.'Mld ZEST 09-Tho Richmond ReubUdaiflpIeasd'awthe uuTJrkBow: well the>medical properties of plants, tht 1 ,
overthrown compound ever offered to the public,:for the cure above until fgrl>i lately .
Dynast/ advantages arc fully commensurate with the of all chronic diseases, rheumatUra and scxofaU. virtues, also an extensive knowledge of he various dis
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--- la regard to our Foreign Pdicy, we con wants or the,stuJeu jiu.d' especially, valim? anLalLim1'.dfs.**" *"*" "- '. .- MAGNOLIA, HOUSE, r,. eases which affect the human system,and how to adapt .27-Iy, ,L > .>
: wen AiSrreBs Tis-inwpaftViy tue one"which Cynical Lectures are given twice week in II t; has so,long-been.remarked that the age i is ST.JUGUSTINEf*' 'remedies- to these diseased '. -- ? < tlJTACKJSONVIUJ3

'1t belongs to, our,system jand |o' institutions the one "nostrums and nostrum-venders," that we It is to'arrest-frauds vpott the'unfortunate;fa ponr ACADEMY.fHlHE. .
College which is" -
( in bnlni Into
Infirmary immedii
hardly dare recommend a" valuable wounded humanity kindle hope,huhedejialrlnj -
,.i which, place all happiness and: freedom for ate contiguity with the College-,)W 'pnce a the Medical Sjience lost jeopardize'discovery our* in u f;V1IUwelI JL late undergone known establishment has of bosom,-to restore health and bloom, 'od vigor- .SECOND:TEK> , repu thorough
c nations in the oi repairs,and into the crashed and broken, and '
to banish
scrupulo'Jn observance week in the Richmond Alms, House;; In tattoo for.Incredulity*nd consistency; but in this I! I is now reopened for tho reception ofcom'pany. 01.0,flK. JACOB TOWNSEND has 9UGBT innrmtrv that -JL-,w"Ul commence, on loeday nwt,September
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Justice and.Peace.. The naximsof the Farewell theses-institutions occurring ia Instance we hesitate not' to hazard the remark FOUND the opportunity and means brine his and 3d. Each qnarter-' 12.Woeip* -at original me*.

,. '. .: :& being the 'ianith ofour For- Southern practice'are inet' with and thejstu- which vwe have made- above.' 1 j TLt well.earned' reputation which'-this; -House -' .Grand, Universal Concentrated, When payment > >Oe.id. drie ZeStOV@Cta
: ., policy those of ;texican [Hartford lleYleV; has acquired, It is thrfintontlon the Misses will -U received Jtotjt'perJadKJfa Ii
the'j war present
euro j of : '
dent has oi pro I4 wcuw .
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tbe'jnpst :eligible/ppportonities T.wltbU each term, at the following
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prietor -
"lianrfesiDestbyl''arid f."AJl o> Oregon SORE THROAT to suaa1nverj1'aocouu : ::: iu> u -. tho reach and |o the knowledge of al) who need _
becoming awjuainted witji'their') and ,; 'wllrbo'. Reading tIOfrjfToabot'e
types odatioi. 4t, that they !
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: looked '- extended 'L piay,1esrisd.&uow, pLUXperience,
or none. must be k.ii j ( its ,
lowest treatment. -The 'The ffne8ti.j Invalids! travellers and 1* '
frequency ; other 4.--
Surgical operations following i isan extract .from a'lette'r wiU find -' -- with"Geogr 7'aB4"llJs fr00
;,before the class,-together with'the received froitfMrs. this"hous dcslrablo. It ir situated facing the south Transcendent Power to Heal. p
: Bevan .rsnaas&M'Astlir4wr
who bad *' These; Vith"English
&J to been with dark ptazzp..qj75:feeti ""' *" >- *-
theinbveomplc matter of long'with eoaj-1- ': -- -
bur duties yard .Principal!
for ,the of afflicted Vcii
>
it witnessing treatment Surgical several years with ScVofulou Ulcers in front,and protected from northeast wiirdgXThe .
;_,-, -?, BUjght .altiart ufficB to eases, renders.thisxjrie the best Schools Dyspepsia* &c.; and recemtyan&ffectioa j rooms are eligibly altuated;Large and- ""airy the __ ,-* n.-7 __ _

4 to %MJ tbatwe, believe 1jn nearlycVe'ry thing Practical Surgery' ',A f"\\_: the throat anti chest,> *,;*pf' building*xture &p.-belngjoew.tbe House, built -&ug23-ti ,. _" tackEonvdIe p. ,' ug.30-t _

;i*Ihe-jsystem of public action for'the last CHARGE Matriculation $5.'* Tickets of of woodl 1 15Jtbed mid tlastered, fco.-.Ia s word, it --,:---' -. : s : .
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>:twenty years makes war upon.? \Ve believe the Professors $105 Practical '* f- & td.vteisisi; Is built expes8lyIbr.tfieT> .' r-'. *: V : : : "Notice: ,., iT'- 's ; ALAm'n4s .
.. in the Anatomy$10, Messrs., A.U,&'P. coinmoziej Wjt.Hthe advantages Iho :The mfeseriber ?- -
faeneficieht powefiofnobJa- Public Graduation Fee f jrost'BcArft many combined pre bavlmrM( agent 3K th&eltr of -
Wort iti that of $25. Board,:including fuels wne your; Saraaganlla,? iyf aue4nweiO' alsiwr..jPofft sent ,proprietress, MrsrDavia, assures 'those pa- Washington,;is prepared t-fcroaecute promptly _
** ; protecting In4 *try and the light, and wi vant.\ attendance, may i be ob mast iastu1dratc.l ; ) ?; ornretrtt troniajng'the house tha.tf her exertions willle to all'olaJm! ? rainst the tmiwdstatesir property .. L
,- \ useful Art3, which make* imfelofii, sOciety, lamed at $2 1-2 tal 1-S'per week' I fia.1! 4 dreadful coaghCttiiatheje were tfease. -- < Very respectfully, -- v. lost or 'furnished In t no."Spminole War, and for -

toe wealth, the strength o/jiJic SJ4'cani the : & MAUL'INM. D.Dean. frequently wewks together that J could not. speak THE PilOPRIETOR. Military services, Pensions, &o.j &c. b '

i' \ above a whisper- and besides the inflammation AUGUSTINE, Oct. 20, 1349. Address, JAME> W. IIItYANT. .. Every descriptioft of. .
I. Jacksonville E Florida. neatly and promptly cuted *t this office.I .

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