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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: February 7, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'or RcoisTiiaor; Pvtuti'l>ifti ')' : StdeofFlon dg Maryland,' sJe ti1-b j i b, common nobility told her that'she was only a t he pnnionsnpsttomfl hour:of rtfribuWD j1." 'hefii .:.: (:. j _
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r ;Tallahassee;, Nov: Elfe15* si 1P"W, .tn665 : took and ordered her ,\ ,certainlylontaJr :. ';,
26, t8CD. 'J i State finances are thus) tect with her child out a wait*whoabuw *'
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B.'Barkley for her werna .
rents 2S500
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To HVExcellencyGpv.Ba6wtj! ; ; |.:*v ys.vsf.ifiSte. Pnbllc-'aeU. -thi8O&Ja of : vant.to find other directing eet- prin:,i1eofvtj; t1idi,; ".llrutyepongb; } ;'> \ ,
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'il sg tember.1849 :: 0 ; ky, Herrera who her., Gen. Bowen the ., _
saIII Magyars
Sir--In'compliance; with ).law,| :'herewiilj} : h :!aJ : fa..au: 8.Treuurer.beIDg' Deduct-Sterling bonds' : taken by Col., Occupied rooms: near ,those be1 bitter rinrompromis&tc beqforth(f mart '*., ,' : .
5 held the Baltiraore'and S Potter1f'"arpealed; enemies b ;
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fund for 1847 ,
J pro ,. 1429 75 to
transmit to..you ,my-,annual. ,\report);' oiTtbetnaUers'comTnitted & fa--. fa, .*4 --. ..-. 1813 78861ilpe 'Ohio Rail. :PRoa< ? Mrs.. P., and he and his daughter, Mrs.by Au8tria>'and humanity, say"wef hich ever .. ".
to .me. .r1 t } tompanv; $ ,?, I !. Mickle,'went with her to sympathises'with: brave and thfcrtnnaV -
u *H ; Mlo\yjng sumaTrecelved from Tobacco Loan- ; : theCharge; and will, r '
sundry 161, besought him require mbcb'eonyictjo; t: 4
Very/respectfully, sir,; 4 l' '.< .. ,', 1.person* for landvfe i :: -n '*. .. Tat. bonds redeemed. ; slal Potter-but'this'to await the, return of. Col. elaborate argnment than the! ;aW a.: mor*,*: ,:,.- .
Your From 'James Sinking! fund,' appeal r'alBO was //without the ont whiehi : .,|: _
rro; t' ob't.Rr'ir._ : : < II'! Harrison ct' 23135 .t : "1,892. : effect: .Mrs: P. was again : fdered' I I theme of this'article, ere it Ift""d ,lh. '
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JOHN BEARD; r ., ,). i .B.Barkle Z'elson.ilawlev; p '31757 r! Total publlo debt'to b.red has the room, and as she left in: .tears this ut ac of-:Magyars :failed because theiif jt c (wu':::h.; -. ::- ., ,
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r/ .. frc.&c. M Of this '$ functionary and .
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Registfi'1. .W. L. gentle iiU {, .
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v.J 0 8Qrlok, 13410 taunted her J
interest with
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to be' words..of
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S. '. accruing revenue. of: last Whip'me.flij: e "Ca1ns. : .
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE i GISTFR '". 8..W.AtA8kew .. 200,000. > : : "time-I will. *good next Death of.Prince.UohtWloIie.e '.: ..
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9F"PUBLIC LANDSThe.HRioant.for 'A"WAteraD4t The 'Sometime after:.this, >\ find tile -
4160 Governor brutal foHowing '
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8 Bker" I data:of calculation 'that C01.'Potferreinmed.to the. hotel news of the last steamer ;
which I wu acco.nnta.ble 'I ; ,when .he pn PfOpe: r'i '
was informed .
the State ass>. H.327 04 propriation of of.what bad, !1&Among the eminent : : -
to at the.tjia of the .fi(.?caIyear : I '. $375,000 of as soon he transpired and oM'Ree.Uytle-1-t -
/ ', ,3300 the treasury will admit of : : as could hear the he eeased, in "Eu : ,
(31st Oct. 1848was ; story 'called Prince
$I6,8ij'The i: T. Spier :1r. m 5 -Hohealobei.
B. 30080 upon Sullivan : I
'who
ain't received[ during the fiscil debt of the State"may';be its' ; bad gout out.- SardIC3.1n Hungary 'fl It ItBlsJrop'ol
MjWF.snel1ing( After, short ae.parte4JM.
year just ended, as per account a! H- T-. fi M. M..I..,, ,6818. -. in thirteen'Vears J -from-_n- th....W : 1 again'told that time be called again, but was" this hie' onthe; 'I6thof, .'NoTem t( ged 5'd '. I _
pendeJ !is J .oa 44 1851: :This .gratifying' i in ,1hegentleman; :was not in: years. :-At one period of his ficmuvea th :
John t1DJ.4a
14999 Waddill, ,'. 59225 Like a true, American gentleman fl.nt. ....,'. ______.11 : -
I 'Win. Baiey. ."' .85097 of templates, of course, the, ; I clined to. -dIsturb. h. fom"" lOt..,'-Col.' "-P._ '.de.-, 1'- I'DV' a.very .nl kJ d oI ':
Making the sum ofThe.disbursements 43ioyaj *. the Sankm: ncL ei ''-'- ; '- "****"/ V* tma.-KQTai 01- I: reputation, which was rather J.-p&emerdtfU'
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- amount to ,9,49832., : GeorgeTSray,. ; 72650 rays surpasses in the ;; in the plaza and procured other lodgings, it fervor :d\ii were so ardent,'! say the,*: ::1
I W, D.Branch,, 2598 applicable to the sinking of being then Illustrated London News' 'and his >? ;
nearly nights the prayer*
Early
in next .
State
certificates W.
Leaving :
and : S.MaI i .
cash rr, 323 fest and constant' : morning. again repaired to the room of the in behalf of the sick'and, afflicted proved lIOi..f" e '.
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1,57 32 \V"Andr\vs 4813 in the collection and Charge and found him tbis'time fat hom,.* frequently successful, that man */believed!"'T

Of this balance the sum of $16.$?4 31 be .>" el 1475 ken in connexion' with i He requested him 'very politely .to accompany be was gifted with a miraculous p wer.?. .,'-' 4,
John .
I longs.to the Seminary fund; and ?| 3tOi, to **" Sml. ?. .193 32 creased revenue from bim,to the apartments of Gen. Herrera Thedeath of this l remarkable.' personage': *. "; -
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the Common ,52 66 Companies for in order to have wl.I1bnng totbe minds of '
School fund. Therew] due by reasons explanation of ,be dis-< many,p extraor;
the Internal WmS.Gunn; 3100 after assigned, authorizes graceful conduct dinary.circumstanfe which occured in '*
Improvement to the t Seminary .to wards'Mrs. Potter on the Wash* El
fund. for money Ivanwd, 513,824J] 02, and "I Wvlie BrooksWin. 4480 : the.receipts of each I ; previous evening.'Mr. Sullivan coolly decline ineton city; in 1824 ; the whole tDnof' .
%> 8. Mann, ." 2875 the. 1st of December ed the and '\vhichvwas pubLisbed'seyeia.Jyaisafte! S ,
- by purchasers of Jand, $13,179 16J request, toId.Col. P. that it was he ,- .< d
There is.due,to the School fund /on I George L;Cochran, 2800 short of $1,250,000. : (Col. P.) who must make the apology to his wards, in pamphlet' form, as weft. 15 fat the ,.; _

rents, ,1,193 10* h Thomas Newsm 3174 Estimating the receipts Lordship. Upon this Col. Potter administered newspapers of that day J.' V' :'* .

On bond for money lent, 829 27f TabiihWilam* : 4246 ing on the thirtieth of to him a well merited and well applied ,We have frequently! con versedl with-, per.: : : .

There is due to the Internal Improvement" rCpben; '24774 $1,250,000, and adding If ; : chastisement caning him until ''they were sons who'were familiarwjth' the {facts,'afid... ; -
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fund-by purchasers of laiJ: under] ?ue pre-. .R :' 319.43 balance of the.preceding both! completely exhaustedvith the effort- fully believed in their tratb.. I 'W

emptioa law, $2,482 63. ,j jOf WilliamiS. Gunn, ,20763 revenue of the year will. the .one in the passive, the other in. the ac The facts ire,tbat'Mrb.Ann. Mfttingly, at "-

I John Tanner,.. ; 20129 froM'\vhichdeducting di a' tive sense. ]Pious l lady .communicant i of tb.Catholic: .,* I .

1i' W..Tillinghastw" ,. 1 11000 I dinary expenses, $200,000, I "This j just. retribution,\.as.- witnessed by a Church; was taken sick in '1811;;and for .. .
'I the end this of,the the fiscal ram of$393 10 hu been.paid since I ah'Wn ( 3887 $662,000, amounting in I a large number of gentlemen, among: whom r'.even'years,.up to 1824, had been growing' ,* '

t The Bond referred year.to U fcir j ( the M.M.McAliley- : 2500 '*000, and ,there will remain I were several Englishmen and -every body worse. She was connected by./tbiood ana ---"
B.-jit by
money as A'. M..Westui:: 9200 the'first of agreedthat marriage with the "first families'ir of : -''
Tntttttt, in accordance with the law yw it formerly on December, Potterwas entirely in the right. [ Maryland :
exutctl; and bearing good intereyt. and be. "L.G. McElvy,' ., 14855 .The same"result, with:;an I It is needless to add that as soon as the news and Virginia;' 'and. her tro her'iwas" i .
iugvcll secured,ba been allowed to "tpaioo H. P.Mitchel, 8469 constantly increasing in I of spread over the city of Lima' there was* .'Mayor Washington. 'Her'spin ual infoister -'

f' William El wards', .249 40 fcirall I future years th.er a universal burst of admiration of Potter' and confessor was Rev..Wi J Fatt&ewv

RECAPITULATION.. j jSEMIXART ,t j Angus C. Douglass, ,.4211 What is said ofthe, "Sec I -' I.conduct on'the one hand and of condemnation who took great interest in her CJ rte:' .During -

FUND.. L. G. McElvy, .,- 15357 of Sullivan's on the other. It is hoped :the three years preceding! 824, ,her .
: be read with
This fund ,( James W. Smiths 56 06 gceat interest that this affair will teach Lord Palmereton's suffiriizgswere' intense, but physicians gave 4-
consists of
and cash( State, certifies ies 6-.531 Levi Smith, '2955 : The dark and baneful I nephew that an American citizen; at homeor no relief. ,M r. Matthews.,knowinfrthe rep .
$ 31 E. J. Merritt ism, which has'hitherto) utation of Prince -
: Bonds due of 10749 abroad, is not disposed to brook any insult Hohenlone as Jove indicated
by purchasers land |,179 16 E. J. Thomas, .4228 :.fully, to alienate the aOec i I even from one who is of blOOd kin to wrote him a statement of.th ease; declaring -, -

Account due by Int. Imp. Fund, 3,824 02 I. B. Barkley. . 5900 pie of these States to I his lordship,.:'and a high 'functionary of her that the true piety :and chrsfian resignation > .

Daniel Simmons, 14438 endanger/the: British majesty and he may also, profit by of the afflicted lady, iuft eed ,hin>.: -

Tbe School fund $., 3i 49 G R. Meyer, 14545 is still progressing its this lesson and learnt bow to. resen an injury to ask.the intercession of his praye v which' -' ;
'conslsts of Certifidites H. ful of the had
W heretofore been
and cash Rowley. ; 7000 compromises himself hereafter, ? answered.A4rdingly, .
$ ,044 01 P. Conelly 2826 vitality to the Constitution, < Prince Hohenlohe wrote back siting that

Bonds and accounts, 12,02237 4 "S. B. Todd 1800 alike of the Lecture oil the Hungarian' :,Contc t.' ,j he would offer Mass in his chapel i itt,a ter-' 1

The 5 pr ct. fund for 1845,in/he Slate: u' Wyatt, 5895 dictates or-ju'ltice'and the i There s never'a'subject{started, we venture lain hour upon a certain day, (it!i is;not necessary ,

: Treasury, .97580 U T. W. Edwards, 23200 able rights of all the j to say, upon which; all mankind have to particularize,) and that _ilr. Matthews -. '-I

'' J. High Smith,' v 19347 federacy. c Concealing ) I entirtly agreed. There-was never a man, mustdo'the-saine, Washington at i-.

_ &.042' 18 J. P. Dickinson, .71 09 'power under I the specious i however virtuous, A patriot however pure, a the same time. MrJ Matthews d'$ 10:&D4' .

: The Internal Improvement fsjnd, co iisisU :> Fred S. Lucius. 14400 larged philanthropy,*while of soldier however brave, 'a cause"' however at the same time administered the'list sacra-'

.J of bonds given for land, .S|,482 63JSince R. G.'May's," 0 ,22407 the labor of the !slave it good which'all menspoke "ell.V e meat to her;'and soon after J left berwitbr : ;4

:! the date of my last report tp selections C. S. Sible", 12700 and, relentless warfare are not surprised therefore to see.that af distinguished her attendants,! as be supposed "in(the jaw*.'

of laud for Seminary purpo e* have II M'blte, 21746 his master. 'What was writer of Massachusetts has discovered of deathtn as- be'expressed himself. :Bat io -

: been c/impTeted and approved; 6,133 .acres Joseph T. RUM, 383 81, treated as impotent: that. l'lunoary'was not as ,much in one hour after,,Mrs. 31. arose froc her bed, .

have also been approveJ for deflate 16th .JohnP. Lockery, '9576 .deluded fanatics, from: tb the right as people have generally thoughther. and falling upon Eer knees, exclainrad "Lord'

.1. Bet'.tion"j and for Internal Improvement 'i G.:W.: Tillinghast, 34586 which'a.'cautious ; We givebelowan extract< from the Jesus what bare I done to deserve 5u's.n '

45,567 acres.Euough \: II G. W. Tilhn hast 49 14 fords has now assumed ; N.Y.'Express,describing this i discoyi She found he ._, _. eno i 1
land has been U ; PondfteMftr formidable ; -I.a m&"a1td narwa 1 r ause 0 ? w
." seletted tosatisfy,, Daniel 1180 sectional o livjnin.Yas.bington' IrvingUnd testifying f
city, a
the grant for this last object,.but thv: action tfcJcpu nt, i'A unij 'JJ / the Magyar resistence. Austria then, it .
J 8tKTJos'ah
> cVfli amatmuuu: ;: ; .witness to.this fact. This post mit .
J the common, would somewhat siui-
I of the departznentiLiIi&Las'JL' exclusive use : al'pearvas playing! a
\ vernment proper is impeded by numerous connicimgclaims. John P. Mathison, 63 77001 51 I United States,but by e .'ilar game to that which is attempted by. certain raclous,occurrence wa.sworn 'to,[before "-i
Scoggins, .States of.all t who would be Magistrates ia Washington by a pozen or '
Southern in Northern fanatics equally i
200 00 .i'.c; .
C. C. Yonge,' ; of her friends and relations awl PAytdans >
: During the first half of the !late fispl I year I U Samuel Woodbury, .. 95 53 I IU enjoynienC to' disgrace I certain, should they succeed, In finding more and thousands of persona,w4o knew i.
in rank with but without Russiato'throw ;
there was so great a depression: motH} H. M.Lipford, 33 81 from an equal Hungarian resistance : of her long and extreme illness welt..to eee .
matters and to little immigration, thAt! I con- the Union.; t.ii : by into ibeir'scale: '
17 70 her"brotber'8 after
Stand ll residence cure.
S Thomas her at per
pidered it inexpedient to throw m certificates There was
into market; the tales, chiefly under!jlhe pre To premium($23,014 on Treasury 94)) 690 4-1 I served by an!,, ( Jtlo well and so favorably known as the editor never, except greater when the Bt itishntereil ..

e lItiooaw, have consequently been very John Milton 28 26 I clear .constitutional riht of the North American Review, delivered in, it. r"i"t "t .

.of; United, amounting to 2634 acres, which SOU) From" Josiah 4246 I memberS'': il-ihe"Fedewl Cambridge, Mass., a lecture on the contest i \V! mention this one of .the,\t0l Itr'! -: .. t

:! at an average of$1 65. I Woodbury, __ I st ad.of .a system of.i:!iie ; 1 4---;inat terminated'__on_._____ between___.. ___ _Austria___n._ and- l1unD-- faith? by.Prince lIohe bet. jlf.qi3y '
.
U But during the summer a favorabl+ change 31,076 64 law, is to be pervenea I ry, which attracted' much'attention. Ihe be me beretl.b1.-per80nse even rifmiddle' -

took place in the price of cotton, land, not force oppression,and : lecture was published in the last number -of yet and because it b so well authenticated.! .. Jr

; doubting that this commodity. wbj<$i regulates 31 To balance, .$21,57832 the day arrivd'bri! :,. i( the : : Mr. Bowen's Review, and will probably, i in. age that;no: 'one pretending to have-texpect:' ,ior, .
1849-October at
and '
: the value of property generally would must pause, in sorrow connection with the excitement.likely to be his'allow men, can disbelieve if.'I" jn: Y

#'I' rise stiU higher and cause a demand fpr land, late its value.. The'cri8i created by the speech of Mr. Cass, and: the There are other cures ::attribute q 1 to him,. -

4 T determined at once, with the concurrence CR.. ",. ing, is not yet conje,'.. one expected from; Mr; Webster- 'redirect and eome'well authenticated on i1;};t'they -
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,;S of the Governor, to offer some of the' school By c'h paid agents for JocatingJands, 738105 disunion, eo much" public altention to the cause of llun r1'- created not so general'an exctemen as the > -
'ffl lands the winter. 00 to be hoped.' b. Mr. Bowen writes ably, and, his articles -
. ensuing 'I *, .,Appraising lands, .249 voutly above.., .. -'LiY ; .
: Sales have been advertised in nfl' of the .* D.L. White, ,agent for rents, 1655 N ri. nterventio t is all command much attention, though we doubt : [,
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older counties where there was moft probability I' '' for postage,' '>. ', 17 72 asked and, h wertr're the not'that the mass ol.the people of the country 'WHITE-LiBoa ATJ THE. SoVT .- _p'TeiDor, .

that there would be a deifrjn-J, but II 'I forM: }.s .44 00 it has been more than ,will find th 'ideas advanced by him .altogether Collier'of Alabama,;in his: late inaugural : .

. '' some of the proposed sales have been postponed M .M ** for drawers for office, 10 50 dignantly, refused. .;. / repugnant to their,own. After a''speech, expatiates" !. great, force ton.Jtae? .

; at the suggestion of intelligent gentlemen w *. "G. \V..Hutch ns on ,resolutions a'nJargume'nt' appears'to : d rapid sketch of the early.history.of' Hungary, abundant resources: of'Alabama, aoa Juna-> .

:! who entertain the hope that! a contemplated of General Assembly, '.". 1
: rail road will enhance the valueof '" .M Charleston Courier for adv'g, 4603 all the coNntless blessings 'es led constitution of the country. was 'merelyan their jfull.development. .pfle/pbintj.wbi i : .' ,}'.' : -
:1 tracts now worth but little' in the Western l. ; 45 63 of imparting; muct now.. assurance of aristocratic privileges[,and touched of interest O\het? S eth,1 : "
he great :
cf u U ""Stationery; temperate..but! ( i l'..: I I system of repression. the people,. the w .. ____ ._ .._ __,1... ,;, : "., .,_ .,- '
extremity ,the.State.: ;t. ." it; ..1htnk.! 3103 united 1 ,. a in reierence HI iuc ?'<' unH{ c.w o> ,>-- ,t
. The lamentable disturbances ,thit have *, '.Travelling expenses, 5975 the' Southern States; de condition of whom the Hungarian or'Mag-: 'himanthe. South 'is.incafal k,'o|Kr :: : .

nnsetilid a large portion of the inliibilantu M Repaid 6 cent.of.the 12 in believed to be the dutf ol: : ; yar nobles were'unwilling to"see.advanced, much'labor as i in.the: NorthheninentIj., ; .. ;
per ; '
of KMA 'Florida'precluded the hope: f Jell- certificates stated in last report,'615 09 of the people" Mary > lest they should become a new pa'rtyin the remarks. :;. :*;: ; r "- ;.- I

. in. tan, there, and, consequently, h > public 14 M'For blanks,'" 600 timents of their : : : ; con test hitherto'waged between, the nobles ;: .EperiCneein our cotton factpriready I )h ar' ''i ."+ \
. ; This
safe will be attempted O. far sobh 'bfltiltranquiHtyand 800 I declaration.in ,; / \ .and the King or Emperor of Austria* demonstrated that. the':white rti ve. 1
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a feeling of secufi y' shall ',' .""Mltptl Maxwell s &Hilton for blanks, 31 00 determination of this.Stat I : } ,, ;I state of feeling into-tbe'cauus has-Jong existed of the, and' probably :difficulfles'which.have -- will work as many,hours and qht aadili.. ", i
-entered
have been rrsloreJ to thafdeslrablt- region. U J. LAVymaii for advertisjng i "21 00 the i passage,by.': ) since many the date gently as at the I"iorthand; nocr41oyi:. ntl'I.. '
From the condition of the.school I fund it a Self3 iwlary, / 900 00 Proviso,". >or .any.. : & ? occurred atwhich'bumaii hands can eara & 1 fe1iliood '. i
quarters' % : of the Princes of HapsburgLbraine -
be" 2157832 cause with the ; I .----- .the recognition: .healthful.t\ t- A! ; 1
would manifestly! premature *Irt iDom- carried down, : ; common ,the has proved more .
balance of To
; Hungary. ;
By '
__*_ -" the eiecutio as kings ': "
end 1t
. mence the organization school as. (the "" j l the ) l. I'"i
f
it !
ot isjie
of this
matter, ,
,
violative of her proper Understanding Thereso1utzons8abirnttediL4U110u'e
law establishing the' system 'authorizes no $31,07664 palpably / ,
of the principal but the 'interest only) ; i. nant witht, injustice, cear7to.premise that wbentbeMagyar! of Delegates of:Maryland;have.i *a'.8wuumouslyadbpted ,
part ,
.el'.e.etl..ci.: ,or Pannonia pf themaD Ro- 'Vfl _
01 conquered Hungary, byjtbat J bbdy : repubrlish"thBm !
to be distributed annually Tbeeriniat; :jskm.t Ihe Ue tion. : : 'pro- : -
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; .... bythemant ;
occupied ,f .
the \vas
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1 of the country ( : .' ;; -4--J? .
list :
which it will pmbieabte- complete" u.t ; '
be expedient:or The following is:a" descendants, of the. t
. commence organization 'depends': tipoii Speakers the"House ,of.(Representative Rltraet" '
the result'of the'Bales,: I !f';IIt an.the .various'Congresses,,fromth* 'orl@D1.z w v '-' i ; ( ; g to Sclavonic and-'other1 scent.* These were ceded to.the United States that :ttofthe'; : _,

has been ascertained that a 'jarj portion: tioQ. of.the ov ;n"'ent under the Constitution I >M I am unwilling! to' C / be .reduced in.Hungary proper to serfdom, in, Dist net"' Columbia! : originally! It rabraced- ft., .
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of the schobHands' utterly worthjeasi-. adopted in April,'1789, until.- Decem-. lion 'without some' ; ''an ,have-ever remained within her 'te.n't akh Ior -
condition,they. .
& which
*b>cU l \4 and-duties to the ; you thecJmonYf '
ruley
This fcowing.to'lHe arbitrary ; fpr'
berI849r permanentseat -
/ United StAt whije in.:lltyria; Croatia, Servia, etc.:, they alllJ'1lts.Iri'
the tracts wer* dUignat.'and to.tliepecurliar Cong. :Coraraen .d.;' ; rnentofths: have had a asi'national :existence; 'tributary elying. "U purpoee. ,
q
feamrea'ol.1he! Cc.rii lrf. ,But,w it;: .can '1 April;1789f' Kre3/A."Muhlenbargpa! :; : : 'This seems to be totheKingof Hun arybnt; not} to. th"Emperofs' on the part 'of the' ent&nd.' .
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-. not be supposed,that Con res*, io;?akinj\ ,& ,,2' OCt.d'Z9tJooa.T"lmbul\ ; nn. my:duty by-the depl' } : ) oruermany. .and,, ustna.. .',.MrBqwenr'niaintains upon i its strict compliance i 'tier,tenors''of.
ooRiijral.o.n,.for ij.betoevoJentantLjv'ise litical excitements letter and ipmfc *|. .
grant fora gooi< ,3 'Oe'ft1793r., F. A, 1uhtnbUrg'PL. tb t tthe.Jrue; cause of. the cession, 11t t j : .<' : .
meant only.twythirdotptOmLO ( but tOo manifest Jo : designed.. '. ; '
purpose, J6ha..D.tytbn'; .of 'ThattheStateofMat1l&ridnet1 .
4, Dec: 1795; Hungarian ,typubleawstbe l publication a ,
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to nr car, 5' May,'1797.Jt, '''do} T 1db' branch of 'Congresa ( : : .. liberal'constitution oil the 4th '.of. March, nor did theGeneratGoefltWent'the timer '.

n4beokpu:1aope.Y t' *. '6 'Im..J199., ."TheMor u ," .,.F..'l :wj_,0.b" ta,,. ,.' not ind:''threaten inteirritvof l1 the: ; ., 849.bvthe EmperoVof: Aostria,'to all his of the :cession contemplate' }ol(Bslnif umrn' f*'the,10' -- S )..: I

'krj n fir bfhrr terms,ineniihflJrexbibitionvof 7, Dee*'1801! ,-Nathaniel fliacon an c! j ; forlu rafety. : .I-rv">t...' subjects-arid.whichdegioyedthe'&salaeiq I sovereignty over the'. District ol the ; .
: :lieHudc detriment of the localijnstztutions
unreal ""munificent,:it''can 8, .k .,,1803, ,.do,, : oo.;. .,t.",The5 Constitution : J ) ci. which.lheT,, zechs, Saons-.CrOatSIov-. the : "' "* V '{ .. r -
vI. do.- ;d State ('Mary landiV :
-, )bI.id1y bedouYtcdthat(tJiozi} irorCpreseiitatio :9' nCcIsosi ? the '. :,. acha 'eteV-bad ,been,.held! ,by; Utelr'prdudMaigyat ; 9 ; -'
i made } iI
by ;in -
rt'nt fetlirrgt
of
IJ Fo pb"ll'Y: m"MiSi wa called That the State Maryland ; : -
'OcL 1807.
- ftO f,the f ,inJ by'doe'jexertion; io w' pf ) !jordal What-tbC,1agyars. .
f $ :
:doJdoi; : pact among,;:men \ their.iirirau'nuty'frbmpnblicdntiea pojjtiohrand i allihe features of f" nef 'Cbnstitulion :
1ndmo.Ificatioaf Fk rii3a.\n 11 May, 1809. l ; ancient coristitqtioiijivas; }
the'roetribers; Congress ,yprpcure ; soletniiityU ; y '. 'and \
; deliberate
her
: iSiiL'BeflryClaY.KY.!t mvl SA ; and in laws;esseRtKtUyfuU$, .
icn'"a : ili :grinlta; $ .J2. No.v: : 'I ( :{ prlvilegesi ) :
., an'Oeiience- a shvenoldyig"and a SothentSlate.
do.'ru1JtJ\ed. ;
do".p unequivocally ,
wbnld.beJnore,conspnant toitobct. rf" ,1I.f'Y" .81"'i. \' C. people; ii( I1.t?co.i. ; .mo $1r owenJWbieh\Terch.i fact;sim.Ua1Q' .
13' L.ngloiiCheveS., 1 JQ ,;: \ $ i't-1 "
Uthe of EI1' :
ShoulJ Btjch'an eflbh"pe nii.-1 j suWesi'fnlry1 s- "f I \ of Wi; %Vhi1 l }\ f. tho.shaken.off b{ 'J'st l. ::"
'At*fi'nafu"rood 14. .:lI8 pJeot.CI..l'yt'! : en he:middle t pf the rnst if'hot at,:'an ,That any i interference 1>y.CcnpeJsiwith; : "
" : Vbilsi ftere'is'a prtssibility 'd State institutions,, it ; 't p, l! century, :: in 'tbeDirictofCourni,4ouId! : -
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"j ijlo;" ( Li i -
i. slavery .
iof which wworthles 15Dec.1811i : ; i yst '- aliefdate t :1\f JJo'en\ bOhithat'otirsympatbychabeemi ; ;;,
labd tnitea* : ; :
*oe \ :
rf4O.IC5gnei, urpoee*, ? .p involation l .L$r theimplie&Cou4itionHiO r ,.:
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that i ;
""ibeSatemybafe'-vfiindisufficleptjfojf t : t the '16':' :Dc- : 8 tj ; j ; ; It \is in that Union'. : ) .t Displaced< \ gallantly, !ld' and : the cession. ;: that' theovereiguty;nd J JU .
BiIngariansfQigLtt
< 'couJmonNscb'dblaijvithoat l re.I.t ting ui } tbqugIthe '
obiecrof watiAnVMdlmVb '
j. tphP ; M
shO1dfleVer
1. flaThurYia. b conferred
i-l.i ;:' -."' : Dec 1821. I : m'. thtiy.atIse-; 'cpngur4 at 4.ICtJO tbeJ ) .
17 ; :
T.iu .v. _..__ : fromi'riett ; bialy. \\'jLS 1\ :
t.'II..r..tt. From-IVM .1
. taxalOn'Lc' .._ ,' .tU' _, '.L .. ; f | & hey 'exercised tootlerital,.injury >oMaryland the 4'e -,
ft' Athe "s ture'doeJ'nl'\t CQAiVeJ.U": '::9J''fill J8 Dee. 11SZ3 hnAV1'"yI6.VN1Vr.'f orlt."b1\s'fstteamed ) ;l i they will receiTe liiJ! &vmpatbpcCePtfl'mn: Gel! '.anA\nTb 0pin1Ou'D1bj4 G1 -. .
.rj.c a i l' De..j1825) J Mtioria 1: tys- the:Re1:Rel lic I..otl'\ al1 ; '
Qn :
tconaldI & rv&t. ald'fom.the( } Con r k ibU so
1IA estionhat couHnot b,1 &u.hJ tJ..y( 20 :Dec i.18n., Andrew 5teveQ : ; j buf e'irit! tia5' '.fF* mnyand,the, refugee. rp1elh:1. ._hechataiterol : eralIAssembly.wbene. .-. ok ... i'S! _r--.>.__--.A.It.. .
: do! / p' : -
$ 1 .: ( : .i'.4 .ft..fta... violate ins cIiuuiQnW ) '
'tnn., 10n.w6r. iienJ'jinil 21, .,Jec.,_ *29.;*: ,"JM ; : ; lh.WMdit'Jq"i k dgings. Kossutbt his taiettt anaww '.ul C' "
ehbe '
itieir wimq' < dd:, && 1 the DiMr(4tpfCUiflbI( aj PPJ -
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J' .treated over
'- : : bXlisa-tuough .
more'viS e ktjo 1 tJr&ffSff t ,k"7 a .21 Dec1p1si ". pre&'to em !,) :areUrefuliyi:dwelt : -
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itfo&&rifrtfafo And faj! ec' Oi %I < d nnd ttrP.oi \ I
felangs.in 1 1_% :P. ; j ohirBeJVTenn; I I'f w'bitb ad completely.torteur' l ;.ashiwoeen.usuali land. -
,POts ieasqnj and-becaase-rttheff ". in., af, Jame&IPpIki Tenn them tb ;w viiy \ altogether InlheeouMusWst That the.atOf> M lanit ctii4fth. ..
. Dec)83S.s ,this cOOtie '
': iIi t4 tiearfbriin 1Uyi : "
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4 ,
ttWf' b" past '
&iz1in.1w: ,ft t nnection )10; ',:; ./ ..j 'Went ,C; .
the labdg and qQth.gLtn.chooyf| ; 2'. b JtJ 7F. } 'T'hl't1ttrVa VI seduspidi i 'fbei : ,\, n4' 1 tfceArticle, Mr I .JC' f-
iectiof public IWI 'rrl ; th happines.
; 26' Dee..tS.3tf ." :ere,Austria i ;!forsullying;
hem : II.. : ;$ tr : MUJH tuetlyto Itthe'utUA4'0
MV
eraed rt annecessary-io : 'I". II IUpu 'Writ:: aligned ,
I hayexi : -Ja hq %Whlt -* .:
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'atipen.
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, Msy,1.1l euccesa won '
'. 21 : ,: .'J. .'' 'Keni : ; : ,t.1i' Jr le.tor1t AjnenIbeartwouU $ : j: '
inthITepott; : .( John w4onesVa; V / ? < I : ; c '" bjlieve 'thai no truly. '; :
18: Dee. 15t3. : ; fdfflfie.il -n be'w called-byj-unneceesary i" : ;;
her
India"n., .ourwhyec) .JntYi r wwh'tadistMKtbtffcsrj. .
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**&& 29 Dec.tI8.Sj:3D1J: a W;Davis ; i : >rThe bloo4 of B ; andih.. '
5lk& I ,, Union,,;, '.0gr: Uft Cor'1ue | rHeltyi myany, | ; .- ... '-"' f. J l
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promise which have mad > -nnd can alone : ccn'.jthis; year I aln!not elt"1am( !.|. t tilra'$c. '4 jmpectn-.4') ;; t Iffch:t ight-' ). r l1u'ncd'fli74BctlOfl' : ,ut. th&l&eleetiO1tfpik.Before l Vl tB 'r Jir.I tbi Joia _CmmnmtIOl1M'l1bM1&; Jt. ? ,

sustain and preserve it; noi$(: would willingly amount, as he ''has!pb!>&!! absenrUorsometimcj frpm y ilfp.r: rJ IYJ r f.1os.i'8t'S1it r.. f I' the passagf f!hsolutiooinhibiting'debate .I eei chase the original.maawcript! ,'of. \ \
i tire the 'powers.pC'the Fcl hal Government and 1 1 haye not-'Jieen'J'.urnished; ,with) it. i jsdue.to tnithai> Jl de tbe' a.4' : I sought but failed fr oh- .tSo, MiFJe_ li ? ;

for the purthe.6f'oppresng or trampling' There.ha&be tAt\ amohjc',tbe"n4' MrtioiT thai they had|cauied f. oPl 'jo be tai .tbe'.op rtnnitj- 'exp' $|* r yjewsandfeelings pt hJ, mlr 1 b:i Nt 4ot ton'aareflA4drei3 3.3 tA -

upon the ngbtsandinterctspf' any of the groes, both infantp--bne-4"rom worms 'and. delivered to.me. Nowtyir'': U nt ':thi. on the state of thin"theitisting. x- io sune inquiry.as- to Calironia r 1it s The. Senate wa 'enjj fdL. .remaln3erfi t S.

States.Ttwe.. }I'I I the other from a fall trio to the proof of t e.trae wh.nT tfc. place ; This opportunity I hope to hare, .Abject" ;of v"thefJaudable 'this'scion i Qf pte the day'with the,.cos4atizolths.. motion;

Ti11 not belief! the Congress of .: ,.., yJ5pCtfUl1jOUT5. where, 'and b-! whose' baoda the said copy soon. after the house shall have been organ- ;-. >-. -> -'
the nation co7(empTae"a1n;:;s5ch'ufib, ly'purKtsesrAnd .'I._' 'L_; _Y._: "__'L_, "" 1 W de.liretad.rc!, Jud* .iha. been and-i shall: be denounced :l mocracjrib jiDg.a g! li Ued '_ ._. JM.fI_.'' -.'. ... ..-. -. -

{ ;: 1.t) ejIerme t. upon the subject -- --- ".--1:, ..bai i p>afroMg> otJ the-,, is ea. for my determined maintalnancetrf.the rights :;was. wjliingJo'ieiSajn; !,'quiescent, content to bhffiJ (\ ';c, 'jojrlT'

of slavery is the work of short-sighted FLORIDA REPUBLICAN tensive;,and in iU- tBioValif ">' vther' has I of the'South 1>y.Northern-rn n, and by timid ) tnq'incident'for.retail and agitation In t DU. B un'C'c .

and Wifish amagognes a'nd.fah'atics, 'seeking --'-- hitherto pursued the coarse cornpleinodof j in' or unworthy Southern men,' but I doubt' .nnt, preserve ata6ng the' people 'of"the Sofith, A vote ti'et:the Conrtltnliott i .r.f hi'8tato!: ;

a r.oljUcal t advancetneut. to infamous dislinct'onr Tliursilay FeDrufcry 7,1S5O. me, i* owtret true:, .Anti de81rs SImply to I sball be,sustained' by"the!:people"of"my"Slale.t f 'the and the credentialc tit tk ,
seret (
was t "
*" "* should have deplored, ,
a submit the following l .fict, t. yaaaadito; the h sucKsctisisithvi11. be.patifyinj: which, ,- . ,>,-----* _._.,.__ 1_-__ .I.rc.j-.? ._1.1. _: ___ L_. S
That the streme.l. rn tite towiiich the i .. 'ImI' ; nIvEB. t world, as a justification. : for ciy conrs:. j-- 14 have tn support of.so e8p abl a journal ,ho1e..8COpe.aod.WD\.p.A\ .graiw L ydisplays'of 11 .u .m\E nnIMJ''.. .

State MaTIt\nl,tln common with her sis- PEU.tZION3.AT Some time ago: Mr. 'i'. ..: Browne, of as that which, you conduct. ;butT'-may. eelf.cndenc'iflt ''of a'U- wished to have i1feciij f ommnitt. b,

ler Sjales'W' the; South, viitf 'whom she IS Mr. BURNIUM is in town on a visit to bis Key West, aa 'tha"'cohsigne: ||>otY f lbd not, hope i for; t1iiA./ .". *, '*"* the. jJbutb .possession;of the ElectsOns.-. S ..ii..j.W"I i .5-. .- S -
I fort to place '

nnd indisso'ubly'allied sympathies: Would' by le Jnrtitutions triren} in, the interests event, family- direct from Indian River,.at present and vessel industrious I\, gave1 .emnlpjment white mien,'Jo to1'store afteral the good poor. I approve by'Mr.most.To cordially mb, .o'f of G the o:,'course and:'every pursued facts connecle l'wiln'tbe'&1 rau :!tjti i. ilifornia. IcphcmisJ4. G".'.:11 9Necw-" ; ADd, _.cae4.jo .;tt
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of a'.disturbance:of thc rf 'compromises of the depot of supplies and rendezvous of th.6 of that wreck. 'Mr. J. 3. Brown?, then H- vronl! uttered in"his late speech 'meets 'my .< Mr. Clemens"was'a "Southern'" :Goliath, .fothe reu1ar.OrderOLu$3nL; r< J ffi

the Cpustitntioivof of.tl. abolition'of slavery troops'of the U.'8. A. on the East coast of ing tbs U\it\ States'.M&tshsl, unworthily entire approbation. Ht and I have beenrdenounced gladiator" '>.in'the VJ area' :-'of' 8"t* \'-::lOandbav.i'ffZi3a 'p. .The frs 4fles514eF,,wu'.thenOtOII

in the,t i tritt Collrmbia, is too painful Florida- operating against the Seminole In using the power and patronage of bj& olSee by the entire; Northern press, and I run the mercury,bf passioji pp' )teaaolber; to commit the Message f 'the. President r**, .; .
I, for." contemplation; ,lit| .it is one from having 10' hmi can ind poesessjon: certain regret/that"/have been condemned by ing '- 'j- "*S." -- '-V ; ;-'-- jfttrV f.
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and the Committee
dians.A i make'bii bow 'Jaiing, to California' tc on ,
"' to
which,":if presented..the will not for an in- slaves, the property ot su hcnortblt Rod many Southern men. But we"are'sustained' degree,'he was ready "'i"J:"" 'j"ll.'.. ") l'I ,,:_ .
% : mail communication is now to be established that ( have been in. .TT tors. tlf,11 t' ,
FtanVeh'rink, but meet wub, .the same spirit distinguished 'citizen of Florida, than IItnd by a consciousness w retire, without scratch1. ; : r t.I !.

of firmness' which cb:1I'elerl/.eJ her when under the conduct of Mr.,Brayton, .I yet holding public'st,tioa tJ this district,did flQBncid bywwnsiderations of fealty, to:our His-5-,conduct .'is.55 alone'SS ,eqnaljed'by the Nl 'rr .. ..Mr.'SedderifaiHsition t.. ,. t

she fouKht i tbrough':.the Minium dangers of connecting once a month with Miama, via. discharge the white men. 'eo employed, ,and section and if we hare erred. it is because trious candidate who only.was bolitionvst. to the Course;' l mmended. by the. !{]
of ; .
the \'vho1e'cointry to the consummation of New Indian River, and St. Lucie place in their stead at the eamj late of compensation of' too much zeatin'the maintenan the. President In regard!Id :
Smyrna Ihe slaves vrita his interests of.the slaveholding States! It is because be ..wanted to lpoketneprovistfat '
paid together '
Union. ,
this ,
great Sound. This is a great desideratum, and truly unfortunate that Southern men cannot Old ZacJ:." .*- 'M-r il ff Pending the cons4rttiq&: of the .uestio. .

From the Charltfton JMcfcury.i will facilitate the settlement! of this interesting own.Succeeding, as I J. B. be united on this vital, question, and it is indeed L_ ? '.' ( I, I'the HOu'&d 'it j I ,.

.'', : : Plor''A. and. .important. section."' 01. 1.una. I ..o--.\"nFlorjda. I' n__ __ _, .in_ -IUK'_ uuitc_'._ ut:ldthsMr.1nrova j i
: We;tpnhlish below 3aln T interesting letter rCcdCflt during his whole oc men to forget what n due. to tneir ,Country. ; $ "" ttnnter 'do um"ents the claim 0( ;
It will not be very long before no :) years! "We have fallen evil times The jnflieSenate. on &$} }$$ {relative to
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from SoutU Coroliniaii settled in that owre worthy of fciitatien, upon ) '
givini a some account of,ihw planting! Florida steam commnnication be opened, inland, cu did pltioof, in th3 nonth ef rcptanwr ., who i it federal Union is in danger-the, institutions gave notice' :.that'he.-outdl ask: leave to inftroducVi the Afm fs 1rJ .pir a "fOI/;
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tions in his new ..homc.i" ,'The writer operayis New Smyrna and Indian River, to connect became nacs.acr/ lot.m* employ libofers, of the South are ia, imminent, peril. 'To bill to repeal *o mocbpfAn actjsiPblsh. ewnpensation! :for yurn1htnp suppHes to the.' \

emigrant from Newberry[ ,itt and a pea'flematt with the s*. Jchn' route, it i is hoped. ,diKrirainite, lot .tor, b9tw, wn.8latc.Jabor i vrert calaoaitie at, -contemplation; ; ;of to, ; the Home. Depirttnent-and, :to army during:"the'.Ffotali war;'.wbicb wa .'"\.,

perfectly' trust wdrtby. He his teen .'We also learn, tint) Go/em mentis ma and white .l.ber, ) rt, UM&ap tcaw wback/the Mpul dsken?, 'dwnarwk usited of,M. pi ci4.or; Treasury D' p"d*>rtmehtin H N| As- referred to)tie Commitfc i i Ofl;Claims.li : .
cf the mio ,of the South and
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three in.Florida, v'herc started intke I and tyr-tctween4ien btriag ;
simplest years pioneer fashion. With all ng Arrangements to erect large and perth; eir' means to supfort rnd educaa th,ir tri ot3 of all sections.' To effect this,union i* *f 4tnt Secretary of .Treasury *nd *eomm'wpJonir :3Ir. Clay presented! a potion,nnmerooslysigned ,'
;
multifarious difficulties: lot. providing i them buildings for storehouses and quar. .'ami lies, and: others whos* cbiiJn-n ,1 also the dearest wish. of my, he rr. Let others, of Customs," as relafes W,die Deartment'of by citizens of j P TtiuyiTania. praying ..

in the wood, and dearies the J Jand,forcul- Lers tMta..1..g1t.uiJt. at Indian desired to see enter the doors of a school if they please; estrange one,"portion"'of.the the Interior.In J., *". ;,; theparcbase of Mount Varnoo by tbeGovernmen .| .
-- raising crups ior"tne inaikil tnetfDlm ,. _j o_ -.L -L ",_ 1.. a..l..4)I ..b..DQt.rona" Southern teople from the other, whose in- I > .' d '
of office desirable result rest are the seme, ana tnUB ."'JJ Mr Brown of i t Jt was refe* to the Committee ..
$383 to the hand, besides providing abund' a atisi the Peninsula is opened, bridged, and my so a ur\ln-"B r Ktt. Mississippi, -t. ..4 'I. ''
'antly for the sustenance* pf" the is could be obtained. i I: discriminated, yet further ciency of Southern action. The responsibil- resolution calling on1 the'President on the District CoNwka.* { ,
plantation. to On the ** "
equal a turnpike. line of this -i *
This is certainly' better Mian California, and sir, even between white man themselves ity is theirs. Tis not my province to dictate fo Yallevdence l relatingtothe'Cna"rf e pediion.and j. A message was received from the PrrsT-
encountered'Indian 9
the
pad troops villages. who were husbands and fathers and who the course others should
pursue.
we understand there nrejjotber settlers who I dent of the United Statos, in answer to a call, i
ti for ill.
copies of.
:correspondence
,
have done still better. The savages exhibited a very friendly disposition were not. And, while I have the approvalof Respectfully, your ob't. serv't. ; : '

All that we have hear ji i t of Florida ; aided the troops in crossing the rivers my own conscience for the act it is grati .E. C. CABELL. between the Departments and any_military relative to proceedings| California; wJ.cla'
recently
ying to know that all men commend was ordered Io be printM.Tbe .
good United/States
tendsto.convince or navaroffieers ot the ,
lhatjhhe has the natural and finding the way.: The dwellings of the per- : ,
resources to make her one of the richest and settlers below the of the in it. ISo AGITATORS. t:ainihg to the assemblage''on'Round Island.jf resolution. oflerfl' by Mr. 'Clay, au- .
scene
,1SJ s
outrage far from actuated the & "" .n.
being by feelings j ij r
most climate powerful and States soil adapt in the her Cunfedern.cHer to }.all- August last, have not been molested, but attributed to me, it is well known at Key When indiscriminately applied to those in The resolution. being! objected. .levjtwas, notrecei..ed. th orizingibe, Cominittt! ,; otheLibraryto.
nearly the of Wasli
'* purchase manuelipt gton'sarewell
West, that before'and subsequent to the occurrence Ii. '() ; .
left and
the valuable entire.
products of Cuba and in scarcely were standing he South who make bold declarations. 'of our.
last spoken of, slaves alone were : A was received from1 the' ''Presi F Address was read three time and
an inferior degree.Ii l: the Southern Mr. Hurnham states that his message
trace and who
part characterize deserve
orange position, asthey .
employed to discharge and store the goods of Jf aftersome ofcj ctiohs by Mr. Davis'' ,
Havana Tobacco flourishes without Ieterio- dent, omn unicat: g the, 'correspondence!r passed ,
arc promising, and that those of his I the 'wiles of Northern the
very several other wrecked vessels. And did it t factionists .
ration. No frost destroys the Sugar Cane with i ,Lady Jane Fnkiiieltiieto4ie)i J arc- of ilZ8sissip"p"iand Air;Borland. : _
the Cotton Plant survives *fhrougrrthe win pine-apples that have not been injured by the become my duty to-morrow to'empJoy la I term agitators becomes' offensive.! : There > 1 : .
der and careless of the fruit in borers and the servant of some poor \widow, tie expedition under-Sir: John Franklin. Theme The Senate then proceeded to the eonsideratioix -. ; ,
a great variety of tropical fruits can cutting are a very are Southern men who express',their indignation :
:
,
whose of of the bill Id provide for the ecu'J
means was dependant re the of the
President
support Mates
inability
be
profitably cultivated. The Peninsula i is promising: condition, the young fruit hay ingnheady'put I. after long forbearance who are utterly .
not inferior in soil and situation to Louis'-: upon his labor was to present himself, no;t t comply, in accordance"'witb' his desire, ti ion of the1 clause of the Constitution 'requt1ring -
out. The cattle left there, were would it should l to show 'of unreal .
only give me pleasure, but'I. I averse a brutquerie,
ana, while in climate it .i is milder surrender of fugitive i slaves.
with
th Irequest of L "Franklin
.
more tly and -
equal and more salubrious., With found very fat and in fine order ; and hogs p hold it as a duty, all I other thiozg king and whose attachments to the Union are both I suggest f \" ** -
S trifling the labor of I to Congress the. Piety and expediency ,In th 'HoUBt, Mr: Ashmun introduced. a. .
equal, to give a preference to pr .
expenditure the whole! of the State can be weighing three and four hundred pounds, .trong and deep. But there w a class 1 ofagtJatdrs "
that servant all others. I trust I of bill to reduce the' rates within over am : an appropriation -t'fit' ut'an expedition postage .
brought reach of market found and in the woods
easy a were slaughtered whose meretricious patriotism fs disgusting .
Tbe' .Indians have heretofore been the not a fanatic either anti or pro-slavery. My: as. ; 'to search for tbe' rS g ship's. It abolish tbe franking;p privilege. .. .:..,'r
; birth education and interest all insure it is hollow whose ontgiving- <
as ,
to
.
obstacle to the settlement, of this operate The resolution offerer by' Mr. San "}
great inviting waS ordered to bfe printed. rer
A staunch steamer the Monmouth .
looking sea devotion theSouth and to the effect than their intnt.
my to
; more disparagethe '
actual region possession; not merely Ja-considerable; because they portio have from New Orleans passed up to Pa Union and were I disposed orruptly to seek federal compacts they awaken in the; .The! Speaker laid befor the. House. the calling on the ,President! ;relative for all information : _'
< within his the seizure
:
of the Peninsula butt because such is their J latka on Saturday last, in the employ of the the support of Northern Senators, those South a distrust of 'Would.b-Teaders who message'of thtf President "of, the ''United knowledge to ;
restlessness gentlemen have furnished an introduction of the Island.of.Ti G re, or'other -plaees belonging S
and io
of character Government. She touched her States the Californiaand
inconstancy so on way:, conceal profes relating government of' ,
for by popular
paltry '
: strong their'disposition tt: me. purposes. .l to Central Ath rka-by BrllFsh agents, *
violence and thieving and to round, at Tampa, and J last at Indian; river No one knows better than yourself, sir,, sions. New Mexico-(a.;summary of r ,
so incompatible their
and. for of -treaties heretofore
and habits with those of- the whites tempers, that She returned yesterday, laden with stores t 0 whether, in seeking the appointment I lid Mr. Clemens, of Alabama-whom the) winch was contained in our last'':) : copies not <|

even settlements a long way from their urn be transferred to the depot at the latter place any act which' can call up a reproach. I Taylor Whigs of that State unwittingly In the 50/uz/j', on the 22d, Mr. WebjteroffireiS published made between an agent of onr own 4 -
its have felt the of tniftt, let my fate be a* it may before the VI government and any of the States of Central'"
danger outbreak and resolution that
in ,
.a declaring prqvisinn I
FATAL We learn Senate, to at that time a position net elected to the Senate-seems to be most ambitions I- "
ACCIDENTS. to occupy '
cursion.: regret a 'Am rica. The resolution
Gradually, however, the whitepopulation be was adopted. ,
law that
discreditable. :in ought to mae by every citizen, "
of distinction the of
.. has pushed forward its lines and young man by the name of James Haddock, category agitatort. I The House resumed the consideration ,of
increased its till ihere I know not who are the "best citzens" referred A neighbor of his, whose name or person declaring his intention become
strength, is no longer of Haddock killed few
son Joseph was a Ihe President's California
thuS to
to the Were I and Message relating
danger that the !b. by ger.tlemtn. ra occasion mention a citizen. should! be entitled toenter, uponany
MragcjiiJI tempted by weeks since in Nassau the falling I- no aspire to '
hundreds others
county, by at Key West, speaking of I and motions print and;:refer it to the Com-
any try' chances of war r, of "our best citizen." we should place at the degree above: Aefoote of the notorious phal quarter section of public !land-which '" "
tree.
v and recent events will lead a roittee of the Whole, wefe adopted.
brolably to their
removal. The latter A head, as the better of the hem, the l4o;i. an; and two or three others of equal mental may be open tL entry at private sale, and if i
speedy would be fol negro man, belonging to Judge Bctbune, A message was rec ::5vei from the President
lowed; by the speedy settlement] of the whole I of this who Benjamin Sawyer Judge of Probate, and calibre occupy intermediate! grades. A he reside upon and cultivate said quartersecio .
was employed fireman
county
of
Fielding A.""Browne Merc communicating i a convention!
Peninsula, and when the capacity Florida &q. -- prominent instance. Mr. Ctanens's lore o f .for three years, a paten sbould! i Issue copy
on boarJJhe steamer St. Mattltevs These gentlemen, if could baTe between the j
is tested plying interrogated < United >r&tes and Brazil, for
fairly we venture to that therefor to bin his heirs be
say no and'his ) or -provided,
true'
want of love for the
agitation,
between this and Savannah answered, that they had not only seen, but ,
Southern State will exhibit; a place was the satisfaction of cagainst litps i of onr citizens
greater or shall
subscribed their the interest of the South is l not havepo\ver to alienate such land
richer of killed. names to paper apyroxing *. developed in the
variety ucts..Tothoseofourown&atewho instantly last
prod 'on Thursday morning will.'Mr. .. the latter'l, : .vras referred ,to.the'
my course. discussion of. his resolution calling, the i ezceptby derieby
be on '
the boat had
tnay soon'as left wharf.
as our It Committee !
I beg leave to say, that I am under no i I. Davis of Miss. offered resolution on ForegAar. :
disposed a I,
emigrate, i no region offers amore President for information in regard to Cal
inviting ,than is not known precisely how the accident ocpfthe obligation to Messrs. English, Mallory and The House took'J4 foe 'joint..resolution
prospect Florida. It I It I for alUinstructlons given to officers
calling!
fornia. resolution it will be
flkIJL u. AI fl5UId a..hl .. thhead crushed Browne, for the exercise of forbearance. That remem- l
; man "waa any election
yi I u. "zic "VIIUnent from the Senate for the of Chaplain, >
in relation Round island 1 .
y.y to rne expedition.
combined
; and Moreover so _gii beret was laid on the tabl on Mr. D u g-

themselves South Carolinians thither havje that already transported many l The steamer Gaston, Capt. Hubbard, broke Hon.,J. MORTON, U. S. Senator. -, itb,) the propriety ol'again calling up the fen flAo t .two Jar amendment J,01I1T 'Jo .and;k__,after various" ;,; ..nomi ed'jnai'ons.! that'office'. ,.,, ,;

land. .it is no longer a' her shaft last resolution was discussed.-but. the mover a v. to provide f : strange '. on Tuesday off the month of We, the undersigned, citizens of thd Slate pressed recovery fugitive &iejt, re--
Black Creek, in consequence of which*' a of Fjoiida{ and residents aDd voters in the willingness to,pass it byni'sniu; !h slaves. The grst amendment imposes a fine snmed its session 'on the 28th nit. -

Oc.u Ai Dec. 29, 1849. .I! large portion of her machinery was completely County ofMonroe; do hereby signify oar as Mr. Venable'* resolution,,:adopted by the of onethdusasid dollars,upon'any one who The, 'Senate took *Dp|the fagitiVe slave. .
DIAR SIR: At approval the course adopted (the House would probably elicit the information shall l obstruct ; bill. '
your Request, I will make: shattered. She came down in tow by U. S. e execution f the. laws upon 3, .i

a cess brief in statement planting since of facts I/came: relative to Florida to my sni e-I of the ]Monmoutli utterly disabled, And ment Marshal to white ire giving men the having preference families of employ to .: desired.siderate., This Douglas was very reasonable and:con the subject anfr!.,the. second makes the. testimony I- Mr. Mason spoke at J length in S its support

landed at Ocala reached here yesterday about port and educate. in Hip- however, war dfspowl of suehj fugitive inadmissibie. They Mr. Seward
Janpary27;; 1847, not having morning nine performing the labor re- to TeviYe and OflredaflUflefldmentgiviig4ihe.fugitiveclaimetI i:
selected any spof fdr .a settlement and o'clock. She is now lying at the wharf, quired in his department. made press the cilf.: He had were'laid, on tIe table, to be:offered; by the aj Mjd>t lobe.tried'.by .

in making a selection T.-ofcwpied: two weeks, and will afford ample time to all who may. And ''e. repel the imputation that such < the mption today on the table,.\ ith mover when tie bill came up. jury of twelve] men, addjobliging$: 'the claimants %.

At which his brought period the went J ft 0; JnJo! day the ot February.-woods wish to despatch letters by her. The ben course Southern evinces institutions.in any degree1 hostility to' theespresa: intent to move blake the -reso- Mrii-.Yuiee moved to take up.the bill for "'to:give security jjot!]: lution'up I
,
and! will be n.ou. He'sfelt. .an obligation the payment t>f the
commenced clearing J lirfd, and-we had the signal for her departure. Benjamin Sawyer, J. L.'Blod of expenses incurred by the ,magistrate disalMriig the 'appb'eation
every
( .
pole! to cut and even' board to split, I to REPORTS OF STATE OFFICERS.. Thomas Stanfield,". J. M. Stanfield tt, :courtesy to Mr.,: Cleniensjo l move/to:take: State! of Flori4i in providing for its safety for a writ' 'bf: habeas Uo;'Pns' n the. amonn
the *
erect cabins to shelter'!'us fipm the weather. The yearly Report of the Samuel Kemp, er., G o. Johnson, jr., up resolution at the earliest time., Mr. C.: during the lat, Inidan 'outbreak. On the of &OOO.' ''t' '-S 1 .

We cleared and fenqeU &Ont sixty acres Registerof Public G. W. Carey, Rob., Johnson, "bopedtheenat r..would' not be infloenced question of the third'reading .Mrjooteroseobjictiou an [iammarily" stated bis'

of land, and planted it' bn11 tha 1st of April, Lands of the Slate of Florida appear in Thomas Hunch, Geo. Johnson, 81'; in )his actioh!>n this:subject by desire I made,)arid the laid objection was. | to the .profioo aOt.araiJDad.'
and rented any to 4ill'was : ;
about twenty acres more about bur piper of to-day and will excite interest'and Wm, Saunders ., over. t ,: verted the
sr, Owen Mead,' extend : position ndlview 'the
of
.courtesy tojhjrn, ; SCJpthted
twenty miles from or settlement! Wm T !Ithrew! MrrDoUgla! called ftt..tbe : .
: there bi e- attention. : Richardson, Thomas upon memorial of ator New <
J. Adams : : .
ing Our no land this that we could"get any 1)tar .-- There being-no FCF.::on of the General Assembly F. A. Browne' Otfsiah B.,Hart,' ", Mr.:':Qo g1as.:the,whole responsibility for the council, of |)cserefvivbich:.he.had moved ':.The.amendment 9rk.l, j;ordered ft. )tobe,; : .

W 'crop year was ;bardy sufficient and the W. H. Von Pjiister, L. Monroe Shafer, fathng'tO'obtais the desired information, and to refer to thij Committeie<:on'.Territories._ ;'Mr. Seward, stated jtbat it was the iaten-, .
and ,
usual
one.support us provide. for the ensuing channel through S..F: JonesV John White- ezpressed'hisslirDrse, at the 1n' ,,..bom"1 ..',M!. Mr.'Butler thought it i should bmnPrIv." tion of}the.Senator! fnfa OliioMr_ Chase to,
which -- t
-
the condition _
.. ., of the various John ,
branchPR Curry, ,itChristianB-ye which ,4.--.1 .v ; on ,
seemed': : i < : me.on, ana tot
------ t.i tmitnahThi.: In : the ref ore,he moved
AI we comzneniemeni' ol 1848, we began of the public service is made known to the Hiram. Benner, ?' to clear in good earnest and It L -to'lbjis- .Douglas made- offered Me&rsPoote .;
.
hicks '
: succeeded ,i in : W.'Y.Dusinbere disclosure, ,by *tndSenton :'
reducing' to la rough i>tate of cultivation people failing on this account, we ]learn that Charles,Wolf .. ,:: John M. Jandrell, -.,'" which much<;alloys the devoted se'ntiments I much.. as a ofislitutional'question !inag- -Corsp4irdiuee.' .. ., t ,' ."_,"_
about ten acres to eacb band this report is to be followed by those of the Martin. have' was in- ,
,
a large ; that been :
.Weatherford-
wisuiNaToN-
por Chas, Weatherford/ poured from the volved. Mr.
lips"of )
tion of the Douglas :
which r
I '"
.vras hammock the other'State House officer for Wmj-' :, f thought.they belong. "
rest Albrey,1 ,
was public infor "
pine oak ;and :hickory' land, and finished : :mation. This course'ha* been. Thos.fJRussel1,1TemplCTent; Joseph ::W Roberts. ,. Alabarna.Sthator., : '. .., He asks-'''- ..:, ed'l legitimately fo the Committee on:Territories. .r 21,1849.. ,
>
planting it .lItbe 27th Jay of April. to the.people well thought due Sumner P., Farewell, Ezra Harrisj;! .1.'With\-what >fairness i can the honorable ., .' The question$ was taken; by yeaS and in; 'SJR:7The.recen.t.oib k; of,U Indian*
as
result was that as to the officers them- ; Senator vthh considerable i
we rawod from .
.a-full Alabama 107
supply Thej' Benj Robert*,, .* ,Wm. W Finder charge me with bav. nays, and the r\ >
jncmorial
referred
,
pro j.ion.- made zo,e.! irr?rovenenta, eelve.--'tthmel. 1 James Clare,'. Benjamin ing postponed itjo this time! ,-and with to the %eas.of the,'Sute;
.
Archer ,-- having Committee essrs '
dJ Kennedy and
were o dearnctt I Caused on territories.l.Douglas parting and others .
profit of $40 to MARSHAL OH Moses Sawyer, Benjami.j Bobertii, ibis'dela7t t Can 'he.'with'.fairness the side oo
AOUTII Gulf
_ 4ath hand and ,
JWDRIDA.
RosteHiand
)
though,we lost et.least charge me with novea ibat.tbebill Barker_and
tejf of Benjamin having
Baker voted
__ _. 'ouFCom .end Cotton crop by two storms or The Sentinel puWiahe, *.;' the',I Utter'if hich John Roberts -:> ;S&muel Richard apv, ':'"i inquiry, 'when he: heard me and against Sena,*this !by Mr, 'f:oou bp'referred :'to'the'ieame.offered others on the' Atlantic' iide)' suffered ..serious

:'gales, one in, September, the other in Oc we copy, written by Mr.:,J A toner, :theTJ. j Henry Rey, William M Lowe Roberts$f tor heard me, offer to vote to take every it in ; which |i8 .'. "committee pecuniary damage.; JRor 'these,, losses,!;'un.
tober. > up an > tdopt d.. doubtedly,the Indian
S. hour are liable and,
Marshal of South Florida tbl Richard RokertaJohn ,I {; especially'when I went to him should
:jenator Kemp s ? r in fif. In theH S
'The ; berequ'redto..make'
present we bar teen minutes year *.been more suc MORTOS in DanjBeJJ.Jf1 and offered to ; pIr. a refolntion \ : -3
reference ; move to take it
.
p to the 'Henry-Baker : \\'e have
I ,
: charge the honor
Our up
; provision .crop has been trumped Richard Kemp ( James .- and he told me ht'did-:not want me to do. instructing! the Committee on .Military'Affair therefore, call lie
abundant having raised''an 'againsthim; 'of, excluding Riggsl t! it, subject your attention, joxl to
j.i housed enough 'slavelabor H. B DaiJey ',1' W Tm. because it.wu laid on the table by a sectional to inquiiilntoTtheieipedipncy in request that
fj 1.ow8' of whatever
of Cora to supply the from his official n Northern re ,negotiations *ay bead
wants with
"J" ,r'f the farm for ,employ. Accompariyingjt Wmi Russellyi vote, and:he wanted to funding the
two years, and Jeavimr to*each tuiml inn will be found : 'Joseph Stickney, use.1/Jfactdlhouth..that prove and State,tof Vermont.moneys,ex the,.Indians a provision, for_the,reimburse! .
a..remon iraii'ci', 2iin!t'thn.. Henry!xDementtDavid' !VV.,*MiirU.... .the, North pended r'j in berndeavors; ment to these
MUDUl to sen, which.at:'50.cent* f i'buh"ej peal.Messrs.' : ;-- '7 """; Uandal --- -! ,"<. would not allow .the South .to maintain' our individual& vf the amount of .
to have
( Adamt'"o
would make $50. EngJishBrowne, and Mai Jain5'C..'CIaiip" ;t an hon e durin their. cevrral losses will "be"insisted .
Otfrlstocfc: '; L traic/ '
L1- ; Pork Hogs J; W Curry/ investigation![ ol 'this matter.. !? ] ; the'Canadian difficulties 'lp .
# Robert HE IUD
: :
which '
i :
: Jory t '
n PrenV Very ?
> -
__ of very the /arm nearly,sufficient to to supply the wants remonstrance signed by seventy JobnPark,1-, : f M, ,BH..Kerrj! { w." 1.,1.1..1 ACCOMPLISH ED_jiis___ OBJECT. ; be..said., ., ,I' told .which was agreed i ? "t'-, ,1!our respectfully ALlUlii. :; : _'
as citizens without < ,
with me'atjjal Hw' *do well here distinction of party.: who J..Gi Zirajrj' ,,, ," .John.Robert "'UI" lie lUlU accoinpiisneu'nis object, that I Oil motion of Mr. Wihthropi i ''. -'---- "i'.J-'S .p":' ; ,
.
J proper attention.>ar. 4itozi l )is approve, tbe:course Mr' Wm.iP.'Bafcer: w.i, had not accomplished,:mine .themessage ; .D.L'flLg.. 1.V; 'r. -
crop and.
? about Maloneyjhas.j J > f Wm. Weatherford that 1 desired ,
ur relating Sir
) to
-
John 1'0
-- ,I 1350pound. .of, cie.in'Xong-Cotton soedj But : "' _. ,jr. to etc the ,resolution Fr lIklinref\ rred <: ,E... I"J.B .' -W c
I lh' |leUer'jtself ''i''* ," i adopted", ; ;
each'bba is'na/sufficient T; .Hence 10
:
worth in rOl. I toJthe
t Committee ,
__ Savniiriih expected- that-yesterday on Naval Aflairs. i JACKSONHis OR1Wll.
)
:
present Thelfollowing Jetter when the ; .
.
from 20 to 25 vindication, and addressed io the Ed subject '
enta"pe'polI'; sentiment : : .
expresses creditable
might :
: 4' but The
: we will itors : t-have.heeQ..rought': the Hcune resolved i itself'Into Committee I Enel1ennZ.'T..J.2 -. .1f 'jfJ i r'I
Senator
be estimate it at 22 .1-2, and the,aggregate will to him.as'a 'man, in1'whatever''latitude' ot'lbfyffitidMn" andjJournal: wetake wouldiet U go over,, and I expect he wilf'do of'th'e' \Whole on'the te/eren ; President of tbeiI ,$. .,;;.".
$303 from the Y
____J, Cotton and 75. Jn",addition tri.have.: Short ttered' Who'can'*demur to}the posiflon't l that.paper;,, :> : \ so again. I wish to. how.that.. Senator that paris f the':President's .0 various" r '. ,J :
r Fobaccoenou3htqjayaii;; the takes. 'r "'* ** t i',1 .y. K..jWAsijnt myobject! has, : :Me age. Mr. I :
We: .before .expressed' | I
< {
,
expenses d. contuigei' ics .bi, lie .t. -- ,our wonder 'GENTh am ,anxious to. this ; Clingman addressed ,the .l1nUTJnT"I'r
I g place, that T {:' -i did see resolution Committee for ITasAtngton, Dttt.
such so gtave a not receive 'mail ; adopted, | .
charge the' 'by
as Overseer's 'wakeelotningT ':Docfor' bill, as; Marshal's accusers fo paper of the129th ulf., that it maynot; be said in. the'South that the ne rly: anho: r on. the: snbject, ;; 'of slavery GEXTJJCMEN::The Present has, referred '.
takes ; inSvbichyouare ,
t bagging !fregtt; &c. W made-oat was not'sa-nctiohed"by/the pleafeed North; as a ection, has and to this Department .,
have further : : to 'commefit.:with On1s asperity on' stifledJnvestigation'on ; frHowardremnark: d at }length oh that ror J Itzer-of .the; J.L. .'
J; cuItirated.lTO mces, of Sogar jismes of ar great'body ot SMCCh aftrihntiil to {rfe'MWrL-: a this subject.That ,was nlt, requesting in < batyer .
_ to the hand one 'A jcitIzenijofSoutn; : me Caucus.' in my object{Unlay portion'of the message relatj fc\\ l egoaoo ., '
_ I ', ': the other we will we.work 1zaveputbyfor fere seed, Ftorifla/'jand! inferred :thence:'1ba itias J' J a A friend has Jndly'Kinded that paper to tonished laboring hard toget.it.: upandTas'; as of Texas to New Mexico. g.' to'tbe'claYm' may be had with the Fj<4r1j. ,Iadhans.ome. '
wpbtr* notyet i m-eJo.'daY' that th e, Senator provision maybe i
ancJ from'Connecticut Insistpc. .
: completed the machineryor'4wwt' This partisan+ __appliance_ ,to._.xevCreiione4of_, ftha' t6mment ;; J eaUed'my'attentlOn.' 'to 1'our. did not ,u deretandthemoenent: In the Senate,, on the / the citizens who oaJoindemniIy
-i .. -..- nUl I*'* 4" '* 50. ,UTL.! : :' r.u; _:... ..j __ '' :'-. .; that was 23d Mr, Vulee presented 's 8taiIi. tQ!,A. tl1e:'re- '...
GOwn a? a uuear pro t, ,of iig appomimen' t8rtthj8'jmp' ; l8i : *;";J'have.ho, xpectktio ri.hat my;general pOI r. -;--5 LIII-.: n jias I c%'en matter the memorial of- R bpTt.'R.... .,.'.. i..._1 cent utbr ii ; :' ;"" -.
; Tb.ua'we.hare j; 8eern r io have confirmationr: ''TK e vdxpoputf I[litical 'cc trse >would receive' ', : of l'y.playqtic] [;have understood_ all the 'urveyoGeneaJ_ of ---- "' '**fcW The peaceful l r rri n.f O1tIOae 'Mi.'i5 'r"
eJIJ y
ur'approba. "Fiqr.i4a-J
; ,: ; p'er V hai*jat'* if South i qndatvMr7; ;:? ; 1t alonej) ; in'a tionj'nor| calf f bopeinpw;! that ariyrpoblic time.'?, } I 4. : tional ( lpe. ing addi, and until accomplished;puit'continue Oh bf.. .
: ; $5CI 00 i act of mine.will j r be-'TcceJved And ''I roP.nndthee.imburs. e'Dt the first ot the Estcujjve, .The"la
.objec .
at i 22-ij.:: against those wh ..seek hm, dismissal l .,,.S by you with! Mr;'Douglas farther adds:, ; test
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$303 ; ; certain'legal 1
". 75 partial avorYou have the 'f" i : expense ," incurred accounts from the GeQmtftoallricb ,
: i"t1.Iwen while in
: right crit-! in
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!! p. "j .$35.. y'jt.bn. ev.ery instance.where''tbe'art?. cue and condemn. my official actionand. : f tortile seatjof .tbe'Senatorfromn t hia! cfficlal cajpacrty'j' :Trhich! Florida,render, it,evyenit .to"'com,
I' f ( cba'gi WbMfa; Alabama,, just,after the was referred!to the '
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'- %? 7ri's re.8oj.t4 whCnveryoachoose'to exercise this vote wastak n the thetCommitfeeV'! : rem va1 wm requirthmndimdeiie&ns

-I---I f' Itb i/./| $383 75 n 'r'{. Z.kgWtf: \ViiI', 'Mfr I ehali riot complain' ,.nor'shall .1 notice right'ar. bin other! day,.in the kindest.eeling,,and.,said to Mr.Bwiell', I'ublic l! :Lands. of Department i and inouU; ')therefore _

o een gatheedhoranW.; .' the slaves!! ofonejdea; : '' .\ saulta upon me, whichI! expect:,,'.Bqu'ni1; i13aA.wouWmove to take up his resolnUoh Judiciary fromn.iheCommittee on the .be,unwise at this time :$ fotrodoce,* new .
which tbe'jjargc [timber r I read your At the earliest periodon, tba 11 : which was referred" questiQq.caTcnlateM,furt ri embarraM .
!.''rit""f ':.,;,1 'paperyjalJuded'i to" ;:1 did< expect said,.io ); day, a1 bill to tb. "
( ofwJihatMijt! /ortf trees. I ; ; wjwnjiffQXj: ;Hv l" that Ithere", :was. one. IU bled,;on. ,which._ 'WA.., ...j' f, 'me that AM?bJtctiW& ofcomfliifisd f | amend'the several acts establishing:District i ;conduct'.-, of" Mbi.aflairi. :fas 'Bqi fitaJnTt;howe T-- '
: on lbe'al! cultivated! i >Sia--Mv.attention'.vasVtbis* an,5th185O. 'ffioulnenrmen; couldact; in,union- '-'or,.at'all .that.; ( JC-laid on;;//'t.fltei: i Courfa6thUjiiied 'Stttd f libtsiat : I ("lirith- '
bf
to soffltfeitent; ,' l les- TriornW. events, that il J have moui.NortAtrii! .1Ot, ,'HH' I d tiifr rcti.o4 ji '
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.'called t* : you: :resolved ib I :; >BCTVAS: FjQi :ajiIo: : .
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'r'ublicatjol&' bto-1& 'OptJQse provjde
CTntfofetror
TIIE1tiBt'.4CCOMP fcr
i 'f",:tJt,'! 'i 'ffTaJ1 -bass? *" ; me idtbe bitter;erid,!' yoit iwduld ,lsu."and hOdesued .the and '1Il8rlJ1t to.u8tifi J attnptfthe;efortT1p r : :'
.jLLf 'eJJza.Jine beniPTced" .on FlOridian'addressed ';WJ yoo1 dicate your;opposition .nptipre* South'tQpnderatand tb.e.m4tter4Isaid; appeal rQm'eaid Courts bit ma _t c1If n,, Jl clfwhi .
a ..!Jon that v reported thi qigi J rQ h.yo"4esi '.h I
upon .
,... tr J lJ2nAcf": pf ?feare.f}JZ44 ijart(: hftm- l l SF..andnUrowhinf signdtur'f:; *?*&: E Bgi; b>,Ma!,,; uq'c.1tion.iJi, :a paper r )known; ; to bet ymQU8 l ost i!tpfnei such was,ftptj>\.Jthaj. !heougbtnot to.make back-jthou, i e e1tan' Se6ft i1ie1' 2 -k '.1 !- 'r jj7," ::, '- '..y" .::'." ,.
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onhi4 [ and South becau$8p'J ; -
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the 'pt { ttJJ 1 *r.i.i1tl vt
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,.onfirmati ; gtob; 18IaSage. > -i. U ; .a ,i _
a.tJ1W nY ; 'fr will desired to:Inn it u.f ,, ,. .'k .tcl.f ,
aj'pontthntas ,
t .4 1.o.lltr: t t-hands:,or i States4UarshaL ., ,J1' Ui1it1 .tifrhrmawlio: prpfed t P.njy'"t gJy.e, .it nn *, ] { J.a.jitil, M i \' I" .d .1"1'-: .'II'tr 'aurobediensekvaat.;. .
.it': .. 16- J12. efLCb hi d.i'H: I: f "; "' ;a ; ;Thvergig ib '' t. I..J"t"; :'. \ j ii'nior:of, w.h t, ,b ,J'f IJJJJ. h :.a. -UrEpid,: Y ;1'la!. tl. 'IJ(, lr lllt.Y\ {.l u9 eJit ? : t ttfpeaJ.q GEOiWdt.: &WIQl.l?'! dHOC Jl '
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y Odrphycans till jp J8'1. about'' .n ic Jinewhic? eneerrt t 1r nf; i .wt 1rQubJe }'OUJ'Jtb... papttul t/9/ ct.w. ttt urai4e.im/y OM., It Wa 'd slo.ys)' rgJn ,tkataL'ta i anuclrWrth, &*i establishing*.tle.Hd/he./ OetTArtmta 41jI.t /Itt1crTyofflat.: : ,, .
; 12 : JI1UHS., about h\-o'l do4! sepJ.rates truth frnfle idii1ea, y dn_ theVccaufoh! Jac.lt.ba ,\t 2Od !t..t } '!rt fni &"tb'tfe'; 'O H OIL, .1 CU : ; V.i4t .
aUuded. t '
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fifty h trd
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: In lour mt ofjhe23ih lUM w artj. !-_: "ariahKmgE3eentrix? Miang; deo'dV Wmpl1, ofTn-* Mf* '., ,. '-'

tie on FlotLtfis V j4frojkr$&,jnvhic61t" Fsbritar 24 1S50 "-. ''. *-xsvt t**:>. >V r ,,'f -Th'ii-IWr -
j eami Latt.Att'0 -
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fact and Ht. TgoasEAskrcU' --
pp ar to hare; been jarcmonslraTed : ; :gs $ i00flAIfl tlA :nt OfJblliwbetb Sktl naud 11111-- En.- jrrEi Ait: UooxaI. 4t -

that tea jtaa tre e1bcvpro4iiced gron-u hastnuch'.aaf it : 'fl- ,'Administrator'' e'd "of Mary -Curtis/i Clianceryv :itti55 RITCHIE afterwards Mra **Tllfl*
and Artbhr'M. Rev. J. p
"*" Reed; ad- $ WES ROOBK.V lit
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::4r '!,miriistrator of'Joh 'Frazerde,1 tastJAMr.Ro0us,4cua S
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I ea3 yob fc.folowin#; Birtons! .in '" %. eeasoiV tha State and'Philip Revenge.< 3- ,age the only person now UviniWio was then4re.nt. 4,..
of "
t Georgia, .
H and Thrv- :, <* *
relation tovthfl importance: of 't6 improvenentof : : iII 1lnMi'azerotbhe; State of NW ''si. -
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th C tea-growing capacitjfipf our soil :LbROCTAMATION ( ( I:, orkLxcnter of 7ohn'Fr'cjy Rcr. Az.v.xa-tnrji MATR5L .!iiJey ---,
L gwisl4k 1-it '
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aodcUaate : jf :, 4 1 i,4 UtCEfi gJJ ( L *,, [T nannjf to mo-'by affldafit tbat-PhiKp Us Jim's Iiqnfl?. i -

"Tb; .iucctwfttl 'ezpenments htl>5o ''Janeiro t -. CoN4FM l _t 1 onge, Mecutor/defendanfc-.Lb .t,bill fikd F*% vt

lure damonrtratedXhat the te -p1ait of Southern BFi1OMAs BHOWN, ; Iii 21 1 ie! ;aove Beanie, **H.i rrt*;State of '::3Revjlm4Tujx /. --. ->**4vAi .

China il tepidly arrir* at maturity}* thE arid -- GcrnofFJ ?Id.g. f It I Florida,to within' the.-State of Georaia/andthal : i.Ltxoasay.' -.- -S

mnd$ fay tropical Him aitand,tbtir plucked HEREAS, it having-Wen made known to a- o1r1 %' l -, sides the! "said Tnomit NapiereitecutoyV; **'aliK>> re ',. -JOHT rl\Vfe H" TJS'Ei
leaves aw speedily .prepared Lw eJjHrtation by me that a mnrtlcr was recently committed ont of the"State'of Florida; to wit; In 'the .J nrrrVWia. 4f- 1
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the in the fctate Of New Yorks V 1 ., -,. ; 'Pbysi"- .
the most simple apparatus, and most ignorant County ofMrionIn-thistste: by one s 5.- I ::* *
Isbor.rs- 4" t- ABKNElt J. THOMPSON/anrothers : r -/orJerr
"We arrive at the important general conclusion thobody of one Ev ;Tkllobly; and'that; upon said !------ -_-: __ ':' ., 'ansWer theysaid tbijl within' four months from the .Medial Assistant to Di. W'p.Eti. "'
that th. only tedious ttira fropithe Thompson ,Tvas indiotej/ '-- -, 1 L first publication of Ibis order: othcrwue'lt thallbe! Agent, for the asia of thb fine : '
tried ro eef
opera and convicted TS | art, ar
,.-',. t4ant'iBff' orthc slip to tbeselling'iitf.thetcayisthe therefor,and fined in the sum of One thousand dol :: &, & -- -* >!T"'* iwwi>i- Amf* rw ||"r '<<__ 1.iJ7vM& .taken-// fracnnftiilov'father odc '"=" 'f"* -* j '* -'- wanted'ia'every of theU nited hate.li- f wr 1"1 ;

Might labor'of the feeblo io sex *nd age;; or lars, and imprisoned jrntil said should be paid: ,/ **.<**. '>IL'*li..lffted.n!,??- .. :- ,eMab.lji.hod. ..r rtitalloif-Hfcvc-.* ..n JaKiC* t'es.'jX'i-. pniihtshediaaome.newspp 4 1 hat tt1da orilet farther. particulars; address iJK.GLADDINO $ -*'** .
health to pick and amort the sueciVo crops ofthe. and that said Thompson baa escaped from jail and pntod in the JtUUXHNjJtfeMUMN' ,
JrCUit
green leaves; that one men ay euro and fled from instkasj ; ? ; -':> '< : ( rt week!for of taAo"oflorhh noe- 1 >Iethodi t Book Store, NoJ 4) ft'orth Fosrrt".treettFhU
prepare for market the entire produce ofrixtcenacres Now, therefore, THOMAS' 'BBo'w.VCiovernor: "sour" months. ;. de1pbia. v L IThia'EYCgMII

;-tnat the plant*,'two feet high! and ftmr feet of, the SLaef Florida, by Virtue oftho antborU I'll' and : ; TliOIltS1)OtTc8.A ,' 1',S Enuring'wffl t tofamished,' .
11I ,
part, will yield an annual averhfe* of three ty tyin'ine""vet by the laws of eaid' State,", do 1 1 !, and fsItlrntcoveretI; wiI ukjr \ '* ..- 'Li iVwlg ''7cL I wholesale and retail,by the.Methodist) Book E*. -

ftuntlt oflearcr, n upward of rtgf fAoiimiuf hereby ffer One Hundred Dollan Kcvrard for the jul '\\ 'qff' "' ; n -
poN4s per nere ; and that, hence, tM production apprvltension 'of- said ..Thorapsou- his'safe a 1!; Hopelessly" for year, nn.lercutaneous, and g1and-uIai .u Jacksonville. Nov. 24th,1S49.-Je.I34n : ? theicAgentathmugboul tbJ'pif State.. -
of tea, at say fifteen centsS pound- will afford a delivery Jto the Sberiftpfsni4ounty of Marion: L'' : | ';and many other fcomfriRf,,,, springing from'a', rIicomaijem ; 11 .<-J. ffHevocatlon The purchasers of" this 'Engrs&isJ 'will 'ptoaMF
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nncVnore profitable employment
capital, than any actual branch 4 American' years of nee; of fair complexion, ab"out6 feet 10 -l1l I Ith regenerated connitiitfon*: gladly testify'totheeffl0 rjor4rso, ant1 n w, ; M;. iSartain expressly for-this; edltfcav an4 thai,, .., .

agriculture.- Perrine't StattMfntt.\oron\ Committee inches In height, .spare built, sharp face, large ; preparation. The teitjmonVo( 'thosewho thItnsUabl I/I'Ot1bRiheebygiren,.thatil'r rnke- the the impressions,therefore, be all f"v- ftrat or .

on AgrirtJlurt, U. S. Sen ttfi$53.; nose, black eyes, auburn hair, upper front 'tcethcaed. re-deneevb benpnblihed (ruin Lime i .TmeT.Vd V usewjft 11 their Yale./ Power of Attdmey jjiren by nio to .G.regory. der, and not such''.*' ''are"taken frui4'econdhanj' -
de : ;of tbe we deslrable tliww-datod'iiV the mouth ,of March n&ik Plain. ,
raot overwbelmtnir _, s mass or : -JtBSackVodd .
The value of the fruit of the testinmnv couhl be -
Orange, is brought torw-i, April .orf thereabout, 1849,'to sell 'KVSJ ( > '
un Testimony whereof, I have hereto"set .CIUwelyftsinesthnble value 'I'b *"** most eon-, 63100 >
well known to have been the 4 1 tThy handandcaued snedicne afiticLeI, sod thoee .wh* not acres ofjand'; iq the'Arredondo(lnnt.in Alaehna 3 *
createst the Great
.. source $ca.\\ of the ; invited to maie
t *' 'ivf kol [s n.i I] tate to bo affixed, this 23th day of Janu.Ary beflefltWhjchitlOfleCanbesL4w a trjulot iti virtues, and r =j as|; connty 'jointly -owned bysaid Yald, John M. 11v"
few and will Payne and the heirs of. :
prom a years since, be A, I.). 1S50. .' H .,.' NiBrnsa. r '
,4- -- -- -. ;H ,CHASJW.BHUSII ., ;; ,BRITISH QUARTERLY IEtETEWSS
whenever the 'THOMAS '
gain -recovered BROWN *
:tree CANCEROUS
can to ,
II ULCEICUREo, -)< -Executor of the Estate pf 4Bruali' d Goctrnor tf.Florida. tf TLl Premiumt to Neu SitL,,. ..
health and soundness in this neighborhood. cUrewu ferted In 1u1y1844 ftffiSffiSi. PalatliKjOeo '' ?.,
By rte ( ovrnor-Attest, ; and herlieath! ; tbere bare been ; lStf.pJanMr'/l" -
; -. still Owing to the late revolutions and
OIIUOUUgOOIIJUIy,154& "oanterero S
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C.\V.:
About 100 trees can be profittjbty Drtwxtxo, Secretary of State. tt 1 "" ; : lotion
'GODEPS'L4DFS the nation
grown
January 1850., 31-.6w I IffeKnt. SAND-Ce,5tlOmpn..l t.- .JV M V'j4, / 7- a ioi 1844. BOOKFOR18o., among Eoryixtwhich.; hav :
to the acre in an orange orcliarf ; and the -- : i following fuel*in reference to the consider it but an act of justice to you to stksej I'5 't $$4c 4-" '- followed Bach; Other in .achwiqi :, great benefit 1 have received in toe of which "the end is ,sot yet;? SeoSang periodl-47
: I I CAhCEKou ULCEB on care of aa obtinale $ 'tirt Vie I ;4,
average product at St. Augustine in orange- Tax Assessors Notice. hIt-Itl? .. 1 was attended eighteen months my breast: -1"- ; :* ,.:: ":. '- '* ne'-Boi&'ef Nation.--Thi 'Oldest I eals of Great Britain have betonie vested witha -

times, alleged to hare been about 500 ICE.JS UEREBY .GIVEN, That the 1 advice and counsel of one of oar by most a regular able and and experienced*Wlful physlcian, a*, sted by the '-1 (Magazine'tn1{Americapiiblishedby the- degree of interest hitherto unknown. .They so.
oranges leaM
ill"undersigned* will, in performance of his n for five trne.twhaer. All the various methods of treating cancer surgeons Were'resofld without lbs- .present Proprietor for tvehtu year* edited cup a middle, ground betweentbht7dIsjoLs.rted ;
eks
per tree, making an average product daty as Tax Assessor and Collector of Duval -I ::, and for six w u-wn in daily succession! my breast was burned with caustic three times *-dav to t IbyMr3fSaraVJ;Hale:, -S f and necessarily imperfect rwurd of tb.4b
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County, Fla.. attend the tho syringed with a weak solution' of nitric newspapers, and the"elaborate ?aogl ntkrna .
of
of 50,000 the yirecints County, ; internul ulcer was acid and the> t; -
oranges per acre; which, at fur of Taxes It so large that It held over an oune* of the cavity or Comparison 'biwerth'GoFej-and'the other treatises to bt. furnished the bistopUn -
ftsucHsinp fur the present year, oil the probed the ulcer unit eiamined the bone"and solution.) The dot-tor by a& .a fa.; ,, |
average value of $1 per 100, would yield an days following :- I to the InugM..and if 1 did not get speedy relief.by aW medicine theJms e was adinr.inrr rnntdlv! r PKiladelphM )iIonthJ let.: tore day The American .PubluherX ::therefore j-
1 would he or an operation,in Jesuit; ; deem it to call "*
fatal. I
renewed attention the1'
was advised proper to
At Black Creek, on the 13th I; to have the breast laid'open and ** > '***'jr *'P* vW g LQlRiniii wTiH
income of $500 and 14th inst. :I but the hones *g < per annum. Thou awiIle, on the 15th. I h I I finding no relief from what had been done,and feeling I was rapidly gelling examined; JLi is 116 more than one"and- more ffiaffW! .J'eriodveala,U and the very lowjprice* at which they -'

The fruit of the Pine-apple j vill be re Clay Will on the Itth. ; i almosldeepaired Seeing vamiiis testimonials of recovery and and considered mjr ease nearly hopeless.-* worse' .T; other PhiUulelphia monthly.. He gave 241 engravings ;_., -4 z_. - r

ceived in Jacksonville, on the ISth, 19th. 20th and 21st. IIIHIIII in cases similar to certificates cure by the use of SARDS' SABSAfciLLA among which .were twenty colored, and ----s ----i-: -
about 18 months frora. well] my own, I concluded to try few
bottles
lips a TUB
I full LONDON
I'-l
Ce!. John Browards, on the 22d. : were used. bat. frnm the long deep.seated character-of ,, several ofhjch4 ninety-three page-which i* 136 more than QUARTER1RYIEW; .e
set out, about 16,000 of which can be easily St. John's Beach, on the 23d. detide4 change. ConsideRng this eji the ody probubl my diseiue for produced no very one and 180 more than the other. THE-EDINBURGH REVIEW/. r.
Mandarin the !f ::: until the disease was entirely i-utru. ti is now eleven cure uy case, I persevered :: ?Godrift !.nify'r Bock far 1350 shall snrpaaa that THE NORTH BRITISH 1tLSI& '

grown to the acre, and the stalk will continue on 26th.URIAH ::: was completed; there 48 not the slightest appenrance-over a return.in6ntli! since/ihtnfort the cure,. offlS49, and exceed all magazines; past, present, TIlE WESTJIINyrER REYI1wt': '-

BOWPEN, i *ounce mytrlf WELL, and the cure ntirtlf effected &y,8AI '. andtocomey ;aiin : -
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bear fruit SABiArAtlLLA
to for
several The value ; no other tnfdtciar *t I SoIL,

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years. Tax of kind
Assessor and Collector. any during the lime I teas uting it, nor knee 1 taken ._ .Terms'Caa ELACX\VOOD EDINBURGH 3 AGAZINE.r :
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Please any nace \in advance
Feb. 7 1SEO. :: excuse this long-deferred postage paid.MAoiiriCEMT .
of this fruit would be probably about $5 St ,, I llIIsIHI make. Your valuable Sitrgautrill| ,rured acknowledgment me,with the blessing which of! think Divine it my duty to* In these periodical are contaiheil the'views- -

; per ,hundred, which would give' a yield of r Columbia County Sheriff' Kale ] 'sq ii say when many nothing things else 4 cannot could; write anil I led fend*myself 1 do most under respectfully lasting obligations invite Indies to Providence you.. 1 can, Subscribers 21Club AND EXPKSSIVK, & single PBSU1U3W.' Subscribers | moderately, though great clearly partiesiaEnJandu'-Toy and flrmrj exprewed.rof .

about $800 per annum per acre. T1LL BE SOLD, in front of the Conrt- ;I-, ;; : and have been to call upon me. and 1 will satisfy them folly of the truth as staled afflicted above as I/ ; may 'cKoosi different Engravings. I Whig, .and .Radical "Blackwojd**; and the
-V House in the Town of I many. other. .,thing, in reference lo the case. ; "
So it will be that the Alligator, In said Lc- I t -- '-- fl "London Quarterly" are Tory; ttelfEdinbargh '
seen propable yield L Connty, on the first Monday in March next, l 'q; j I i ,. NANC1T"" 'MllLER. J18 Sullivan-streeC- 'K Oqe copy one year three dollar, with'any two' ; Review"Whig; and the "Westmins Review"Liberal. -
of an acre of oranges, together with one,of r within the usual hours of ealc, the following ( ?'LIVER is_ --* --* ,- *. -* of the following splendid premium" "plates? "iteath [ .- The "North British !'R4icw"-owee.- t

property, to wit i Lot number thirteen, in the ,I The COMPLAINT. Bed the Rev/John Wesley; "Wesley Preach. Its establishment to the last great j 4eelesi'.atical .
will he the following is ,
pines to an extract from ''
tropical fifcit-grower Town a letter received front ing in theGwcnapAmphitheatre; .America
of Alligator, being the same on which the -l i t : VVilliam'Galuslia: ; I movement in Scotland, and is nptjaltra in its ,

not far from $1,400 per annum. {lAnd what store of George D. Miller now elands, -with the Messrs. S- *-.!.D ;-I have been afflicted. ttBertikirftV(., Oc/,23. 1S45.' Guided by* Wisdom;'* "Gen. Taylor, and Old" views on,any one of the grand dcpiirtrcriniu of ho-; '
improvements thereon, containing 'one acre of by a tiiseane.l liver with a severe pain ia my side, occasioned Whitey; "Likenessi of the Rev. i'obnes1ey; man knowledge; It was originaUyretJked by 'Dr' -
fur
can be more moral), healthful, aiidjileasant L laud, more or less. Levied on as the property of Ijj. [ fbi convey; but since taking the last your twenty year ; srtflering at times what language can" **. Do.:of his Corlaborer, the Rev."John Fletcher:"- Chalmers; and w'since his deatb, U:conducted '
Sarsapanlla 1
than George D. Miller to decree of ; ?' j -solh.it IJiave been able have ten! greatly relieved, ao mucb the last' two1th ugh -ccparate engravings, we his Dr.llanna
active employment amid tile fragrant satisfy a forcclofuro ki attend to my busmesi, and preach for by toa-in-low. a&IWIrs1It1 with Sir .
of mortgage in faror of Rodriev Dorman and i ulht i-: ::- I Ja.f fifteen montlis. I wholly discarded all other medicine, and occasionally the "count aa only one premium. David Brewsttr. Its literary ebaracttwr is oftho'
groves of orange, the flowering banana and Thomas O. Holmes, vs. G orgo D.Miller. Prop I- nt.ipnnllrt;n hirh I can recommend in truth tDdsincerity to alt.those thoroughly who tried are the in -- 'Two-copies for,five dollars, and any.two of the very highest order. The M Westinln.iVr,"though

delicious pine plant ? Where health erty pointed in mortgage fi. fa. -4 jl; any remarkable way ntflicted with any species of scrofulous cninplaiut*. ,There have been some.- -- above prints to each snbucriber. reprinted under th&t title only; \\t published la -. -
ran I cures effertcil by its use in ibis !' Five for ten dollar and extra of _
A. J. vicinity Sirs. 1. Sbtc, copies an copy
T WRIGHT, if ( hollies; was restored by the nse'of six England under tho title of the }'remg a Quarterly -,,
and happiness be found if not Fhcrif I- I U' to better health tliab Jt h nwli before enjoyed, ten and the Book, and any two of the above engravings to
inja scene of r ri of Columbia Connty. : Mrs": Stevens;who hud been afflicted years and Westminster it being in feet -union of

i rural labor like this 1 And jts:? within Alligator, Jan. 30,1350.-Feb. 7. Ira v : by-tucuseofiifewboujes.. severely Yours with truly'Erysipelas/, WMJGALV3I1A.entirely cured the person Rending the Club. the tw R.vtew* formerly pablhhejl s.a4 reprinted,.
yet I i Eleven copies for twenty nollars. and an extra under.aoparitd title*. I|has,ttwejbr*,the advantage -',

the reach of most who are obliged lo flee Columbia County, Tax Collector' Sale. CURE OF A SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYES. copy of the alook, and any three of the above engravings by this combination,' ofvnirgiri 'one', .
: I ,'to! the, person sending the Club. work the bet foatares of both astrreJlofore
from the rigors of a wintry clime, jand ptarch Y VIRTUE of the power,rested w ma by i. I t i::. Messrs. SASOS :-Gentlemen,...My,..-little-- daughter- ". /*Xmgilo when *,.Hi'j.t Ocltttr 1 1 J 1847. ? Any personsending" five dollars-in 'advance,,. The abovePeriodical* are reprinted in.Neiry issued. a .

for health amid the wilds of Florida ; and a 9 law, I shall expose for sale, before Ih.Coat, t I t_ ]tl t18:: -.ilnii'st' -iui a n-rofuliiiis tiitiit hunior jn her fwe, n Inch soou after extended one year into old bereyes, was,attacked caasingi subs riptlon for 1859 and 1351, will bo entitled to, York,immediately oa their arrival bj; the British

little House door, in the town if Alligator, on th ,1 3 t i'' iM> iihyyiriun blindness in one of them, und disfiguring her whole face. I employed any four of the above engravings t amers, in a beautiful clear typei oh fine white '

enterprise small capita$-uwould I First Monday of March next, one improved lot lil W : it ;ili {.r<>rci| uxelc.-ti> attend, and her.finally who exhausted their turnout skill to give her relief, out More and most liberal pjfers. paper, and 'are fnithful copies of tV3] original*,' -

soon make the desert bud and blossom in the'town of Coumbus, (number not known,) ']IT :: r'niiestrlkiit; cuies eflected.by one SASOX'o/ them remarked la me tlmt he had known of jckwood'* Mafazine being aa f istfacwia -
as belonging to John It. Linn. Ill II } u/nej one Uilllu, uhicti fche cvinmenred arcapanlla; and advised me to try itI ob--i For twenty lifailvance,tan copies of theLady's of the Edinburgh edition.TEltMS..- ,
the rose," where the invalid slnckea with i4 '- iTei-ieil an nsuig. and behra u was all used up it had Book will besentd a cither of -
A. J. T. WRIGHT enure cure. It is now over four years since she was cured and copy j jI I -:
I 'Ii' I 4 (-ten no of there has the above magnificent twat to each subaaribcr .
reapifirnuce| the disease, print -
disease, would be enabled to cool his feveredlimbs Sluriffand tx off TarAftttsor and e ore satisfied that His a perfect
tt (iict-s me KrtMl pleasure to adt! thai I cure.- and aaextra of the La-ly's Hook anti : tlrfl ;
._. and Collector of Cdumbia Ccunty' i can recommend U to every sufferer from copj; an
and drink in health from balmy breeze, Alligator;November 14, 1S49. 22td S wh&t ;I similar- roiiijilamt. KenjxcUullyour*, OEUKGE KUBINSOX.any- engraving to the person sending the Club. They I For any one of the foor Reviews, : 3OO. ; -p
I For two do. 600.
-- ,
can in all cases select,which they i lease. any
while be regaled bis famished tpdy on the :, PREPARED AND For three, dol oo (e
J.McKOBKUT BAKEIt OI.DWri6LElAIjAJM: > llETAItBT 'a For thirty"dollars'we will send ten copies of the any .7
delicious; fruits of tropical growth'in a Hand Iii A.. B. fc D., SANDS, DitfctJisTs CHEMISTS Book, and thirty copies of any of the above en For all four of the Reviews, I i !. 8 O0"r I r
JACKSONVILLE, E. FCoson. .. AND gravings.Siitfft. For lilackwood's Magazine, ii l3OQir

of jlowers"- by Druggists generally throughout'the United State For Blackwood and the four Reviews; 1000 -
and
Canada i-
country In the region described most invalids .South Carolina' North H 'l l- "
) Carolina
Virginia,Maine Price $1 per liutde; six Ilotfles for $3. The above are largc-sfzcd parlor print Tho Payments be made in aU catet advance.

could turn their sojourn for health to: and Pennsylvania. 'I Heath-bed of Wesley" contains many portraits; p:1EMuyM& : .1 '?. '""" ;'

the most profitable account in JanV'1,1450. ly *'Wtsloy preaching in the Amphitheatre" contains -i r-----q
of back volanes of
providing a Consisting th.-dflowiug yala.
I'ii'.t4iiII'I it hundreds of figure*, and cost one thousand '.t
winter residence, and laying the foundation five hundred dollars to engrave it. "Ami-rica able works, viz: S ,

of'a valuable WEEKS AFTER 4.' WATE I intend ot For Sale in Jack nTille bv J.Alnchcra VORtI % Guided by Wfadoia" is a very Urga Lme; cngraving -., Th.,7.,,'. -
--- '
productive interest in --I- r'Jiigrkwood's -' -
orchards SIX i and cost one tlmurand eight hundred dollars Tat Metropolitan Shgazmi,
to the Hon. Judge of Probate for the
6f tIe orange, citron'; Jeraoaand lime, Connty apply of Monroe, for Letters of Administration Connfjr Tax Collector'a Sale.BY "I am a man, and deem nothing which relates t to engrave. "General Taylor and Old Whitcy" ltIi"57.ine, t' -. : '.:,
the of the General Jsmdr/n Quarterly Rimew I : v
man foreign to feelings." is i one of largest Taylor prints, p -
fields of on the Ketate of the late John George Zirax, who my
the
pine-apples, groves pf the banana JIIaiibocHl. and is engraved from an .{
and died intestate. NICHOLAS SMITH. VIRTUE of authority in .mo bylaw vest Youth & cost of one thousand dollars. The heads of VV'eslcyand Foreign iwrtnly Rninet tt- -
plantain, and in a fejvir acTes oftea. Key Wes.1, Jan. 5,1330,-24-6nr I shall VIGOROUS LIFE '
ed, expose for kale, in1 front of the I l Fletcher are of a gaod size foaming. Ifestminster Review.. j

Fiveorten acres;thus improved, would J. P. SAWDKUSOS ,- court-house door, in the town of:Newnfuisrille,on RiffiffiKINJCELhN O&Arreaturc Ocatk. The above plates cannot bo purchased at the Any one subscribing to Blackwood. 'or to'one j
Monday,, the first day of Jnly, A. D. 1850, eomuch stores at less than three dollars each. '
3 twdofth. -
lay the foundations of an subsistence of the Reviews, at a year, or toiaay fl'
of the
independent ATTORXET AND COWSSELLOR AT LAW, land owned by the following named will "
Periodicals,at $5, receive, grajtia.trBe volume *
if not of a fortune lo mjaiiy, who HAVIXG removed big office from Columbia I persona, vi*: UN SELF PRESERVATION..Only Another Set of Plates for dubs. of any of the premiums above najuedjn,:, -.. .'<

their little all in to Jaeksonville.-'lJuval County, S'o much of a 6,000 acre tract of land, known'as 33 Cents. An entirely distinct offer from that above,leaving A subscriber to any three of the ''ViriodieaLv at

consuming thejexpenses rwjiectfally informs his friends that he has associated i the Atkinson and Clark Grant, lying between subscribers to take their choice of this wide 7 a year, or to the four Reviews ; ;J '.&3t will receive -,"- Hi

incident to an annual migration Involving I with him. in the practice, of Law, his Xewnansvillc and Skhtafee river, and supposed to rHUiis- Hook,just published is filled with useful rango of premiums-either tha"above ofi'ersor two premium Volumes aa abcrs4\ > '
b brotherv .W.-SlAXDEHso-V.. belong to John M. Berrien; also ra much of the i information, on the infirmities and diseases those we now I j\ subscriber to Blackwood and threw Reviews t ;

lie)loss of time and employment; seeking The firm will be represented at each and- every- land owned by the estate of D. L: Clinch, adverse of the Generative Organs.- addresses itself Every member propose.of a club,or any subscriber in at $9 a year, or to the four Reviews,Sand BLuskw -

health under circumstances not the most favorable Term of tbe Circuit Curt in the several Counties grant, being within' tho limits of the Arredondo alike'to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE. any other way, shall each be entitled to the four oo-l, at 10,will receive three pramfosi rolnmes.Conterutice .-.
of the Eastern -Jiu'iciit Circuit tho County of Grant, and lying near' Painc's prairie; also' FO To all who apprehend or suffer under' the dire' following beantifufr scriptural plate: "Christ Premium valwnn wtlt.tifjriifit>t "*

; Yours, &cJ S. Ifamilton in'the Millie Circuit, the Supreme much oftho land owned, or formerly represented consequences ot carry or prolonged indiscretionsto Rebuke?* Christ Weeping Over. Jerusalem," iditn Ej-actiealile, but pnvent diibppointjAent "*

Court atTallahace, and the U. S. Court at At.Augustine. by S.I), or D. .S. Corbitt, being part of a tract of| all who feel the exhaustive effects of scdcntary "The Two Marys at the iepulchrc and the Do- tnbscnberi are rtquenttd to fodtt at $WflH'S' ''difti 4

la the Kentucky Legislature or. the 15ib All bun less entrusted to their care land known as Levy's 20,00! acre tract; also section and baneful naoita-to all who in addition to liveranco of St. Peter." r sit w-srks fir premium* at they esuirsvd..zines. *

alt, the following resolution iaoimous- will receive prompt attention. 2, township 11, mate 19/tection 14, township declining physical energy, are the victims of nervous Premiums are only sent when subscriptions are s \ \s'LA* '*': *,.

adopted was Address-J. P. & S. W. SAXDEESOX, Jackg 9, range 20, p ction eli, township 11, range 21., and mental debility and of moping and melancholy remitted direct to the publi-ther. CLUBBING-. ; Jr ,; j i --sFour

: sonville, Ducal Count, Florida. ,_ ection12, township IK, range 21, levied upon as e.spondency Dr. 1C. would BUT' The Lady's Book for 1350 Will contain several copies- of or all.of. the alrtrp- work];" '
the of Isaac Frost also nection 16 township ] READ THIS BOOK. any
property ; -
Rexolted; bv the General Jacksonville, Jan.-17, 1850. tf hundred good engravings. will be sent to one address on payment ef the tegnlar -* 'S
Asstmblr of the
10 20 section 5 9 19
range township ,
range The valuable advice and impressive warning, it Postmasters and others sending Clubs will for three-tha'foajrtil being:'
commonwealth of Kentucky, That the Gov- Miss Co.lenian'8 Scli L'p 6, township., range:19, levied upon as the gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering, oblige us very much by having them all addressed '-rntnl.subscription' '"" r"' copy\ *: f -.' :
ietmi9r be, and he is hereby authorized and requested -- property of Win.Thorn, trustee; also *i o much of!and save annually Thousand of Lives. to one name. It is*no incoriVunicnco to them,andwillbeagreatTacOrtoua. D 'No gvenimriLbe&boVSr- -
%
prtmianuwillb
to FIRST SESSION'of this School com- the land, being part of the Arfedondograht'ownodby Parents reading it, will learn Low to ." '' .
TIIE prevent
cause /suitable block of by clubs ia. t -
native allowance to
is made n wiU\ prwAinms ,
on the First of January; 150, arid Mary Fi LevrisJ wife of i John JI,.Jj wi.T and the destruction of their children ; y "
marble to lie conveyed to Washington city, will continue ten months,"with vacation of two returned by George M. Payne'agent for John II. CO-A remittance of 2-3 cents enclosed
to take its proper place in the monument months in the summer.," Tnis School is intended Lewis, sections pointed but on day ofsalealsd'so t addressed to DR.. --KJXKELIN. W. cornerof number of subscribers. ; money is paid 'agent.in full 'to the pubIsher'' 't-- withoD' "*.';.
to 'i
itoyb ing erected to the memory of' the Fa- as a preparatory one for children, and Miss ranch of the !land, being'part of'the Arredondo THIRD. & UNION- StreeU-betwe The town sending us tbe largest number of reconrsa Ctj- 1!emittances an and communieatioassbonl4 fc ,

!1izof huf country, 'and'that' tli 1 following COUEMAH promises todevote the strictest attcntcntioa Grant,, owned by- the'Iseiti Nathaniel Well, Sprnco & Pine, PHILADELPHIA ns'are a mail subscribers for-1S50 will be entitled'to the always addressed post-paid or franKed >too Pub-

words be tbercoo M Under to the advancement of her pupils. A few sections pointed out on day of gale also so much book, under envelope* per return of mail.- Lady's Book for It&fg.atis;and the next in nuntr Iwhers.
engraved ; the au- more scholars will be"received. of the land, being (part 'of the Arredondo Grant, -' F1FTEENEARSt her, each subscriber shall receive any one of;the LEONAflDSCO1TCti '

spices of Heaven and precepts of Washingtorij Jacksonville,January 3;1830. 4t ,"' o wned'by Henry' tr. Marquand, sections pointed[ above plates., ,.'. 79 FctToX STRXXT,'*ew Tork; .
Kentucky will be the last to give tp the out on vday of sale-as will pay for the State and of cxtcneirp aadaiiintemipted'praeti e\>pent in Address L.. A. GODEV EntraneiWGoldrt! '
Union.1" County tax )f Alachua! county for the year 1849. this city have rendered .IrK. the most expert'ondsucce&fal '* 113 Chesnnt street Philadelphia. -
,
NEW II E S T O II A T,I V-E, together with the expenses, attending on' said practitioner far and near, in the' janl7-ly -- - : -? : 7r

-. I BOWING ALLEY BILLIARD s ale. ----, treatment of all diseases'.of private nature. Sheriff's -

q A Mil ha* been reported in the Virginia SALQQ.v, JOEL B. SMITH, Person*afflicted with,ulcers upon the body, throat," Wi 'of a writ of JT rj HY'TfllTUE >' -,tssie&--
-
Hoe. of Delegates'appropriatijig $30,000 ;- -p &c.rWMIE Tax Axsmr and% ? Collector of'Aldckua Co. or,legs, pain8"in' the head; or bones* mercurialrheumatism"strictures SPLENDID ENGRAVING iTIIEr | oat of tho.Circuit Court and o"m.directed, .

annually! for the remoTalbf free; persons of SUBSCRIBER has jiwi'.opened, on BAY Jan. 3-tf *& -\ from impurities gravel, disease of the blood arising, SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PPBUSHISO 1 will "expose at public sate, infrowt cfthe eonrt- -
color to Liberia. 'i JL .JVTBEET, North aide,one door'from the oor- youthful excesses or ELEGANTE XGII AVISO *' housa,, in the town of Jacksonville] ori the first
Sole. whereby the constitution has jbecoino. enfeebled, *
in
Alaclina February-next betwWa usual
., -, tier Liberty 8trceta UESTOKATIVC- BowusoAtur CounlytTa.ECO'dCCtOZ'I Monday" fthe
? I i. are all treated with success. .: VHe Of the DtthOf thac1tevJoh&Wele7. hours the
and :BILLIAED Sxunny The Establish- foflowingdcictibedprepr7o-wtIs' v
.
K. >
-
The Wilmut himself under- the of Dr. : -
who care ,
; .Proviso resolution, it iscrtatedYwilt taent hoi been fitted an entirely rieV; and is open yV'iRTUEofanthorIIy inme by law rest. jplacei, ENGRAVCD- TOE HIGHEST STTUB 'OP. ART,' All that messuage and lotot bnijK ?t* 3, lying*,

not pasadUe PeiAstrivana! Legis for the reeeptionjol ruitor*, at"theiuual: hoars."- "; B j ed, I/will expose 4brwe, in-front.of the may religiously confide in Jhb'honor as a gentle-- and boipg in.the town of Jacksonville, and eOn
an, and confidently rely upon his skill as a pbysian BY JOHN'SARTAIN; ESQ of Duval the State
lature. VTbc Honi James Buchanan'arrived I, -- TIlE ,UAU.vis ootu-Hionne door,'in the town fNewnansviIle.. on I " IFerson3 ty ,jn of Flortl ksown and
of c ,\. ----, CELEBRATED PAINTING described on the town plat of said)town;as tot*
1930 so much AFTER TIlE
Monday Lhthit.dayof April ,
at Washington from Ilarri&barg, i? the bearer )tta fceenVnppHcd wft h' the'cnolcest'liquors" and named 09* at a distance may ddri.Lr. Rby MAESHALL-CKAXTON. number, in iqnar& number 6, and be-naded on:
the land owned the ..following OF
: of this intelligence., beverages suit every {>alii : )riUbe; areiI- i by persons letter (post-paid ) an.1 be cured at home.l .- the north by Forsythe street east ,
; haVo bJj'Wshh1ten
V.fcJo ,
who' spent
Hif vt
ji with The delicacies of the yiis- :*t--rf, ? CKAGEST"of/UVIEDICINES, 'DIBECV Among the many "good men-1
despatch. so sooth lot ia
street; .by nuiabera ..
of the Arredondo ? ,
much of the land Loing part 'of their Divine Master
remittance their lives in the service ,
TION/5T &e. forwarded by sending a ,
141 all tio*c wppliITJuriic by lot number 1. ia said sqoare; ioot lainr one
of land known
of asLevy's
tract .
Grant, and a influence for than
.part
Itat. fV1rIs DAMAGE OR1 CURiritftfv fow.over exerted a greater good
$
t and from from -
a.smi Cssinl
. t'I bI : put np secure hundred and five feet ,more idlers. "Alror"'All
TbejhilJlard 1tiii the square
levied as -
20OO0aero tract of intellect
With
upon prop *> : JOIn WESLEY. high
CIRCUIT did Bowers
that certain tract-or parcel fdTtsA situate
;
QUftr.IKcII4rwER Y. :tote for Itbo Honie arid i ofAlo; es 12.:Levy and others, lands dcsigpatedon i which' ens-
} erty Canyasser
n expressly- ,' Or;;-Bookeelleri,1NC!$ Agonta, Pedlars, be united a gentleness disposition lying and being in the.eouatyoflDsval, coithAetL3
Jae. ,. UaWayr. ) is of the motbeftutiM const ructionTb ; wthair.. *nT < day.of isle, also so.m9ch.of the If nd, beinipart.oftb. p and tilt others' supplied witVthe above- bled him'at the same'time' that he touched 'the \,side of St, John's river, and sutbar side ofGoodsby's
,
i. -- --- -1 vied the '
JBILL rot Thvzin. j tI 1. & i ; ArredudtrjGraut, Jo .upon. a the human heartto convince' the
5MWp flS A'd3# IO45. workat low tender chords of .
: ; very ratess .-., Lake, and,,bounded on life northwest-
litchelV lattd de- r
-i.iaMmj. ) krethip of the cttate ofretcr of the
R- ;Jllowllng-Plus and Uah1ttaiiss property understanding thetrnthv and importance erly side by said river an J said lak; ; n the southwesterly -*
j nj thiilVotConm1hini 5ine4an4&yof1aleLlq so much of.a 1,500 fi holy precepts of the Gospel which he rowu1gated.And line
SIn idSkIAgIit g side by a oouimenolnjr v a 'att tre*
n&etraeT4snd represented' drawn consideration that his
into ,
) -map take
in thu when we
ccue, &ud in r *4igtbea4ivi # 'k1VIE growing from a cypress stomp ontfee balk of said
luwoe fw the ntcrtaininc t and comfort f
.fgcceta types x-
bplonging ) to'-
$ of the 3ut1citor by Messra/Burr s'asbjgton as manifold labours,of usefulness extended period
for the ,
be sa bfriiit&nt jcei4e Cooqh1aut that hat be.n-'j>wrkkdfi ia- <. v"s i Jotini Hi/ M1ptush, brng:adverse?grant'and; r UBSCniBEHS.Tiaving eonstrnoted a of more than half a century-.-that durIngthwhole river, and. running.south-forty-fira iegrses, east
lii the $ ,
tIte f chains said tract fr m.tbe Und
separating
fifty :
? t &diei; That tb saLdi3itI be b Gepigtt ardon, I cordially invite tbO pnblie to call at this within the limits ..ofthe Arrodpndo grant, Arid lj- JB. 'Tyavelhjngavillionl7 which they fan operate .unerring coarse of.rectitude,was of Modes' Cnrry; bo the* southeast y Mds- by

tb1ct ba.rgc4 therei at th Coiirt-IIoue Th 6ib1UihmOTt-aiwnHnt tbetn.that I hallfsparft, no"Admlnistrator'svNoticci'i ing i near i-praiiie-aawilI-.pay thejitate at any place -wHh"tbe sam*certainty of snocess'would -- manifested In his walk ,and'conversation cease line running thence nortIttforty-flwe-4egrees.east

'thiCoitnty o! Xu.&a; on WdaeJeytbefld effortOOnt1but 4 .,-- othetVieereatio -- 1sJ and County tax pf.ALwhua? county f,118-$9toge$ *-' now offer to the-citizens of Jacksonville to wonder at the very high-degree 'of,estimation twenty-two ehaimL.to-'a' stake;in ** easel! ham-

,daf Ma7net.. '- : -- gether with the expenses attending said aiIesMI .', and ricinity an opportunity or-having POR-, with which his memory is chei-isheduotonly by ik separating said tract from puMe Uads and

-- 4s'Sft,PhSb.1fI. -: ac v ofthf SAetsontflZ tnnap 1J ,l3.9I .,-j-JQEI.., .I1TIl,4i- TRAlT43ftakenia, a- stylefyuA'; W any- in the the members of the denomination,9,, to-the npbnfld- on the northeasterly side, by a line r :u*Ing from

att 'e i m new per1iieITh- I_ -1 r -7-- j'; i .5 iTax Atsetwr ohdCollector..of 4lacltu& co.k world. -,- / J/ f, ing of. which his untirlug' energy jand *x mplanr said stake north forty-fira degrees, rcst fi-ty-vd

- lbla flfetmt for at tout tbroe' uiuuiua- forV the ..'. ,' ryadtfn.4c* It5 S# 4- :.P : -t i Their mode; of operating is TO speedy, that the I piety BO iniwa contributed, but by tie'truly picas chums; t's'liveakon'th&bsnkt4'4hOOdSby'$

.aid. ZddayofMayuext. ., V -, we 4' --, : most aged persons, as well as littlo children, are of every sect------------- P -,, Lttko;-said tract of land'caaUminfn und'st'

. ? *? Tfl. lOtTGLA5, de 'iZ. :, ,account and voucher totb honorable'tbe sh1"i 54. :t ,- -, -, taken with tbe.tgreatest'deonracyi the exact< Xprewton The coriwinilwlth i and twenty acres, more or less-tak 4a in exeori
4; jJp ;Lct'ni; f5olieitor for .Iadgeofl PrObate
t------------ eettIemtnddlsohtge-frem the &dminlstvatioeorle'tat' -r .We would earnestly recommend persons gen adds another to the mirty proof that tae.fPnc1 of hickman and Wife, anti will be sold is the prop.ert7 .

T K, O e- : -i---. oJiiies; Pilute detCI55It y.-VLRTUEof. the power.rested J J1awI Inine b, emily, not-to let this opportunity pass witbont H the good rswis peace;! -.The closing scer-e of the of said defendants to satisfy ai1writ -
-;_* j Cr.ftaa'sQrywt; Jfauna tz r f44r'Q; ""-S'-. ALIh -- I sbajleipow foreaIehi1ifrOPt. OflalGoultIIoHse t curing a LIKENESS themselves'aad fricnils# Ufa of this venerable man is the one which Mr.Claxton.has .- -, -

,'tJ. dlDMniU fIcrk of U, ( rcuIc COIi ,' ,.- .. .rjt -' 4OrUith: .w5ocAlLigtor. ox, as it is frequently remarkedwhen late; that, to happily chosen 'as the'uunjett of V 'IjnffDuCteini4.
4'wthe-C.iiit of Naisan.tlo brr I -r ---hcl4ugiI.* sl. ?JUOE1 the third Monday in May next. the-foU .w1ng descrfted any amount of money would be paid for the Like.J his bcantifij p'a5ntmg-' 'faithful'bop "of which,- -

the above Li a tru&eopy i'L C -'sr 'MrnlnItratra.t. | ropertf> r r>*fif''inttq |thereof as will pay, neu Qf semi absent or deceased triend enffrnvtdin an Ugttnt tnaMrrr we have thought .-deI4i 4 : st-.
: I' & for Abe rOa 'I'tees*:**! woutd-ba-'a memento whkb thousands would wish : --! 4-c .
IIajec t January 3, 1S. th the State, and>county tat-du} tbewan, ? terms will'be-irerymodarate. I c-- 4i-L -
i I Tme-TnioT ; Wreunti1 years i JIT- Ktsa, and 1RJQ and"ilia *seo IS&tY ex:- nd see our sp9aiirf H.)6PviUioiM Mrs,. Ilalll to have,frftoiftcl and Lung up da the parjoqrt} Iqrderto - .
; a Lot :Portraits be taken in elondya enable such aa'bltre! lo tlotht to gratify Siezl1T'i
iimyhan4 and r1vateseathere betsgno scal u rcc ;,-. lnSee ylit.,4o0atrshreecoD-- Forsytb it.) ean -- -; ; li "
,) rassauCo utTaxsCoiIectoric. rate land, lying -neST L1ving.ton'iFerr7 o. th well as clear weather*,and insertedicthaaeaU Ihsif desirdf,1 Mr. (8artaiiiJ who Stands at tha'tiCM6fhis I f rvi .TutiJof a iocwftVf foreel >ra
,,c4c. ; (eis.] .' iJw "* iI bale. n ; $ttwabneo rverrpurporting| ta- belong UAmosn&ir osttnahncr, in me.fiw iwiAr < ??& ", bnicci eta, proftsiton-in'th1United taerba beer, _& at tho late'Norem term f|fk* (Srcail -
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L 'irtir'l 'flu 'ts engagvd taieograv .ttxU tlagnot picture ,ii11-ii; Gonrt Of/Durval eo'ujity-SUt Fb4s and so-
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law,4 abazpe&foaIererth4Ccnii r UNfighborhoods will be visited-irbow snflojent UHdacemtfits'tnarIbaoffr best styja9 3,.relying ppoa an xtensiva pitron-r eordit? tdutha requiremont thareG waif ,ipOs*

F:3tIL 2 ; 1.a Ly.Court, itousedoor, in Nassau county,'oa Man- d5* s *JTHBSUBSCRIBER age: the price has Meu4 put so-low thai iibii 'w iaMirolincijdUwhonti ; abhe paJa, iu front of t2o.Court-l1ouaaon Ue
ueueral HATh1AWAkHAS! Tha'IIngraTiesisofalarge
: cV1t : day;tit* 2id Jayof Jan nary next, tho vfollovioff &-j k 'wilhbt first MoiidAy ta Februnrrnext,betutrtnttssA4!
Jen3: -4 1 I. Bize, ,uitsbt.foft's4nieg, and libitrs
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' ,- ; of e'foHavriagd 9erih ii'r sEzueviiigTallshiiaeeFebfW doscribedTK-opertyror to much thereofw will .
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'1l8O' the 6tAte lax idee thereon'for the pay,; ,oe ,*:T.i'i? -gj&j ?l'-- *14ti, tI .i printed on .btjtquality Qf.b aty pl U papaS'si&veyaerOftnry - -
years peclU8d: "'
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0 V5 hod JU pM+ *ar'at**% !j&ta-r5 *** ifn 'fCOPAHTlVEllSHlP --I I'r F4 w, | ( faeh.'irdprcssion 41Ototnd
iwtu ned bWrntt1afllsI
.tcEtIc-rimn. ja t'1 4I ; ; : g; '* o_,- sentinz (Uljtlie. bcpuKes- t&p*$nt*,tij--etaitprfof. jy,. ,anWI1IbO 2vVSeotao.n12JrA ou&aiangfry3J4Oee9t! (

e.LJAtk.: &eGdflvIaIoibefl4rt4afl1ii 4if..jT: !Hjjrt .' -- --- :1.-i.4; r 4ti-,4s 4i14S S furniahe4st L' wlyinsandbclnsmDqvaICoan rwffFllcviidaitfaai5tbC
the St: hlarre sires flU "utl1 t-'ft p.-:' -' '- -.t e -
on firrt Monday bavingJretirid a -
April w $* 'i$ To1fttipfyrtbYSt4tet4f mYorT&rI.JonesAlt(1
:kwinU!-by)*w forth ftetlo r f oTOBtVofli- d4'taod ( th .I4 '1epostfulIy request I ? Coniolfef J-rf,rt.tttsatSrVw1 fil-watto'lii*
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tee ; for-flftjtr Gweral to comm al4plti ww46.47ri.baM9ftb'tt eest* && S thIf dltlntetedjltlat I all persons havio/dcJnands against him to presort ,_ ;. fav the use edIhW flx.AtP.114

"Meii1 te SD u.TjameV occaeioned b) the rcsfeuir; 1U H t Ici the.sawe for. ettleioem withOut delny/aod thee XW.'t3f.W Joae vs (* ,.$ -

'tI n.fG alJe e Carter? / *%*; *?; 1ct Indebted to nio'by'bbok' eeotttbr), otnqrwiw, I *-
5'M14Ja1ur
1'-eercouu&n4th f J3 r1tad :rIUifcr' tJT3i- ,'!make paymotrtfcofi S tqe flrnfrofc-Jaoharj' otgQpc44aflaXld 9thers I Ipmibere -

t.Ini; ad Cumnpanw, with1n eaI lat* 'ts.
0 o b'htid
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this-order requfred to ctrtit ,, .M'c r'jA ofSjOUPfleP1toto t hshiostiiflpre1Ve p1cturit t' : ; -- '
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TilE FLORIDA REPUBLICANIS happiness of the r d tended betA -M \h\1{ J:2 : \ '
poorer' clashes.Vebe- m t torny _' nHl
sel' Wt ., roiz tJntfi t f.l HiV
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rFBLISHXD EvrrurRA T.ATJaekaOhT1Ue. nee in the United Slates which. 'the Bearing wU very mucimp&irettAtter'.tstiegthe ,./a ze'ay 1Ie salM.2 _, ;, 'u 'adu'i' .
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Sr.te short time mv J attli Improt'ea.a.ci. I "J'. .'...,_ _.j.t"'tnI'-- ._
Sanapariua a III.,. -. .
Dnval ,
.. ounty, K. P.,by : frt President of the l late. ) t11abt to .my throat'I*'now .well; I .tnt a*. *ref from ys1g MI' _'puswa msSUan t daeJ > 'f ,- ,' .',

COLUMBU :DilEW.Dollaf own,-,'ttntil he brmight iro b't ; in coHxhandltebTbwaor the eheit a*.ver,I,was ; c .wa" II Df', \VTU4AH mft.; '-. ,.. 'r '

-.1 I the Sureme-'C} ; which ws'-denounc -I 0' : : and san be&f. quite .tliwU : Mj.tJiromtJhMboen }. Dr.T .. rhlsToIIsi 4octa .XXAK wixjuutoS a0 fdllStLYAJUA.tYDn .
TF.a3 ; 1'h : ur three Months the of which OUtK:OrttTaat;! ;
per annum, payable his well about cure
!bjr supporters as a ik- wuiiiIt0 ca- Continues" hi thi'ar
reetrint upon dL Jr7 formerly* > give tteat a
upon ordering lite tfapcf. ba*been effected entirely by the we,of your. Starrfend MTf was; bill was ppmpt t ,Lfr
j j Executive assumptions in the Arywbic aaparill& > # '-: isis u.the tik&: Yes lie au..i the Udut Die 11f1Jle rangemeat and proeenJ9ii| i elalma befoyl"CoB-'

SuAKriptions, it not pat! tefore the expiration baa so admirably vindicated ilel Your> ,J.LOUISArreTEWORsHThl ;. BPAN.Siits" nee of plalaf credit.**what h. Is.ofc.tJo. ThIS 1$. grew or'any of thVl rotlve>'DepaTrtftirativ. *

of the year, are charged $i;. ; war from the long aspersions the dema.gogues 2- ,sAas4mft.E-searxr' FvsztnsARK1CD : '. .'UM 'puMi 'wt III1S deetlved, and JIIIICUM Claim arising from thfc1 nml1ltleWirt FJarid.1 .

AclYtriJl menu will be |wtrted at .following ; in the Militia! ,' for whose effective or dangerous. and MM but the o&YULY1OR1GI4L OLD pv.JacobTownsead's Jjexieaa i ware

rates Un*Dollar per squareof* we1v1itie ) forthe and serviceable organization is high time j .Ju alarming affection which Wiwept from the stage sarsaparlihihvlZOSI'! ; $ rte OdVi'L! ),1.yttt"-Btnb& /

1 that p of time *o many both at tb Innocent age of infancy .eoal .c.nlll..4. e1pahU't pay-.or idws'PeI4; l.ft1..Ar"YL. ,._..
- 1raL and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent -. (om provision were>made; in our gallant l. -i likeness his fcniUr -
and the morevlgoreulzdmatnreageofmanhood Bounty Lund
or :
voder law
iBisejrlton u'o 1 1yAdertrs a liberal Navy as the best protector of our wide has at length me'it.. ,banand antidote, .aenss. the coat ut armsITiiri etFe, i.tJ.1
1&17orAgust10
discount will be made. Jul 'transient Advertise- extended commerce and'our almOt as wide and to eTil effect upon tie lYrtem are laid waste ; ;/Arrearage t Pia.:

menU(exwpt by penoin lUrbg running account ly-extended'maritime frontier; 'in'Academic by the powerful Influence 6f this) preparation. A Mileage doe \) aIe J; ; ,
of Mr. Wm. Patrick wood-eotr Hone led and pehcrS
little grand-child ; ni .
Ea
with the office) nost be piid i for to nurseries for Naval &ienee, which left F. : I
I provion publi- Militarnd dor, was attacked with scarletfovcr;> I ICDIeIlDc1arrecl by Vblcnteer l Won .
likenearly.veryother bslir .
f ution.. .j. tumph nt'a long yife. her in a dreadfulstate: her' bodvwa;covered : .
Person ..t'a: distance good power Gdvernm with particles of scarlet er.ptions; a'large lump :ad received jnw errfee ; Waggoiai'
their
n f rtm remit- ntin that "Lighthouse of the Skies" something liVe a bile, and at least two.inches in Teamrter fia 1m*j Marine'nOmV ,
t nce for advertising, by-;the Ml wing rates diameter, made its appearance on the"shoulder, t -- & '
VIlaviog
which is proving its utility; in the e., ;;| ..' /
(>ne.qnare (twelve linn) published six months \ which broke and'discharged an almost-Incredible -4- '
for- t Cot Survey, fmindra by Mr. JEFFERSON; quantity of'most offensive matter and besides I \ all, the ftfrnju ecewaryfor'si'pr'eyef""*
7 -1oon in the national gift of half a million of ''dol.:- thin, a largo onnntity was discharged from the I N.\ nt.tionof elain| together with. the :'ivier,_ ': .
Two squares, for wxJB<> th". 15 00 offensirecharacter.. Almost despairing "
of '
lars
than the
to starving Ireland.rather SANDS' SARSAPARILLA; ears; a very and regnlation* forerfflnj; the different a Department
Notice to debtors'add lortMil nrs, 10(K) of ever stopping the discharge,they mode
wasting more than a hundred times; that.s mI I trial l SAND-ST SARSAPARILLA, which effected -:. ---h.-: *,' he I* prepared;p a aadertake. aQ etalni7,'ef*

Application for letterttiflaUmiinMralion, 5 00 in slaying Mexlcanfj; and in the Expedition i I IK QUART BOTTLES. a complete cure, the child having taking what kind IIOtTer"Jisf.1.; require;: the *er>Iee*>, .

For,announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 in search of Sir John Franklin and his. fellownaviptort only one bottle. For the benefit of those'suffering of an Agency at this pjjhec.. ..

No announcement will jbr mode unless the aame though not in that sent in FOR TiE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT from the baneful effects of this horrible disease '
Particular
attention t
iTra to the *
W accompanied with the charged. and Gomorrah. OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr. Patrick will be pleased to inform any person proper iettl.-'
;Amount quest Som I. FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF as to the correctness of this statement if they call : ment ofQoartennaMr'a. ) ()ant*. _, '

_ Editorial notice for i private benefit will be We bele\ the union of these States, THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE at his residence in Exeter-st. near Fawnnrt.. [Baltimore Charges moderate,'4d regulated the amtmjt .
doable the but in it either forcer
barged rate of advertising.Kelicions absorbing by I : Sun. .
SYSTEM claimed;and[the exteDf 4 f.t service" .
Obituary and Marriage notices will consent, nations or regions that have no The following testimonial to the value of
affinities with We believe Scrofulti o Kiiyft mft Rhtmatlm. obstinate All COID.iu n1catim'l'tt: haute Insertion, mult ,
be piiblishe&gratie. no thngruity, us., the Sarsaparilla from the Rev. Luther -
puttuln the .VlII..t.Jfiw I'.r* Citf. I be postpaid. $ de.4-t{
in ?the mea'nt divide nant'J t.ptio".ll"p'c o O Ojftt, lot !
none o agitations
Comnunieation must jbt aid. 76 Congrega.tionall\Jio- .
poet |< I face sore Wright, aped years, 'Ii. -

._= ---_ _.. in order to govern or to' tDral us.- or-. Mter.,n___,. teald_____ head____ tntarrtment__ -n.--!- riII'tr" ister.. residing at Wdburn.WOBUR OLD DR. JA TOWNSEND. '
-- We believe in R but not the bantt an.lubb;; : jjphilttictymplomt 1348. OFTHK Jarnesfr.Bryant ..
Republicanism L uan. *. Mass.. March 30th THE ORIGINAt DISCOVERER ; _
PI O.g1'
5. focoism; in no o diseases Gentlemen-From what I hare
; Aristocracy. lest : Messrs. &nd* Genuine TOWDseDd.Sarsaparilla. Anoa ET. XD GOUKSELLOS-AT-LAW. ,
I in that which demagogues strive to'make arising from'an afudl'rO use o/.mnnwy experienced and from the information I have recently '
Ipr. acititet or-dropty, -." I! number of of high Old Dr.Towftsead I Is now about 70 years ef"ar' a4 \ViH attend to Profcttibnal bUSinC In tie Court/
for themselves by alarms about one which a'to? chronic constitutional disorders, &c. received from a persons known the AUTHOR and DISCOVXRXR of the Easter
THE iNffELLIGENCER.! lit; respectability who have used Tour Sarsaparilla, I. has 'long been ? TOITJfSrjfD Cirevittf, Florida and i. the Federal
.' does not and cannot exist among us. We doubt but that it is most valuable lit Ih* OKJfVIXK ORIOLff.1l.. Court for the XorUtera. District of Florida.
Medicine has acquired a extend- have not the least a 3.1RS.irJIRIU-t." Bein(p. *. he W.lCOIII '4--- ,;
believe in the rights of both the .Rich and THIS and established very whereverit medicine,and that the numerous certificates Mlled tn limit I lu mnnufaeinre. by which meaai II lIu ALSO AGEST

TheProprietars of jhis Journal: )have not the Poor, and in the right of all men not to reputation its you have received of its efficacy are fully sustained been kepi out ot market. and she sale eireonncribri to for general Business',|Si> the State, :rtyetiagr
heretofore, in the forty) years of its existence be as either. We believe not l in Dor- has been used, based entirely on own by> experience- although: its reputation and those only who hnd jiroveJ Its worth and kiowa l III. grants and donationM: lands aid the keatioa
aeverIbsIlsI.U
hate
which its efficacy has alone extensive and Blond in no need of value II bad reached the ear of nl"Y.
: superior
utility are very thereof. -
been in the habit merits or selling _
vndrr their man errCnt. .Anti-Rentism or Mormonism, The unfortunate victim of hereditary humble efforts to increase them 1 want,aU tn we prr nn who bad Men healed of mr ell |i:

of making appeals to the public favor in any nor in Red or any other Republicanism but I I witb swollen ontracted my who are afflicted by disease to become acquaintedwith and saved from death proclaimed its eseelleace" aid Atsci1 ACCT

of th. customary forms of soliciting patron- our own True Blue. We should b glad to dis., glands has,(been the efficacy and power of your valuable medi- woodedal'HEALING POWER. for the collection o(Claim* upon the tailed

aie. Nor (having always held the opinionthat see it all the world over, but do sinews, and bones half Criouf res- cine. Knowlnf. ,..ar.1.. that h. had. by his skill. States for Military other services, pension*,
... epc 10 Health and vi 'scrofulous LUTHER, WRIGHT. may supplies furnished volunteers and for bines .r_.
a Poblic Journal should K r .Li. :.in JUt oay", in France, or any lure science and experience. devised n arilele which would
uppon t v the sober performance of the Europe. \\ e do not believe in giving passports patient, covered with ulcers, loathsome to Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail by A. be of incalculable sdvantnge .to. mankind when she i is other liable.property lost, fo which the United"* State.*.' .
himself and his has been made would be furnUlio.l to bring II Into universal !i <
year, not the flashy pjoiessicns of the hour) to Santa Anna, but we do in the powers attendantf B, & TJ. SANDS Pruggfets and Chemists, 100 team notice when I iu Inratimable virtues would be know Address Jacksonville East Florida .'

: have they ever more;.frequently than once of our own great Commanders in Mex- whole. persons who had Fulton st., corner of William New York. Sold and appreciated. This time has cume. the mean are J 4, *

in twenty years had occai icnto:: embody in ico. We believe in the honesty and patriotism groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous also by Druggists generally throughout the United supplied: this '
rheumatism States and Canada*. Price '$1 per Bottle; six 'ORAND AND VNF.QCT.III.I.F.D P/IEPAR.IITIO.\ Philiri Frazer >
I'rospeclus the principles! which of Gen. TAYLOR but in the' and'glandulardisrders Chronic : .
upon ; not merits Bottles for S5. Is manufnetured on the l rf e.t scale and is called lit
they. endeavor to conduct the paper under of the "Spoils System." Consequently, we many oter complaints springing from a For sale in Jacksonville by thronf houl the length and breadlh of the land.especial ATTORNEY COJf.VSELLOR AT:'LAWJACKSONVILLE ., -
the secretive and the Iv u II II found incapable of defenermuon or deteriora FLA ,
derangement organs
their charge. do not believe in Proscription, nor in Rota nov29 J. FORMAN. ,,
have been the J fefs disposed more- tion. But the .former circulation, have been raised a it were from & .. with Will attend to al business entrusted
They having long St. P. C. ZTLSTRA S. Pcussro, Unlike young 8. Towllleod' Itlmjiroves a- any profession -'
Augustine
_ reige the rack disease, andY, with ; but for the belter became illspared to him ia the Cot&, of the Eastern .
aver, lor the purpose |of revivifying a sub- and widely the regenerated Mohticello LEWIS & AMES! Tallahassee; G. It.HENDaIcEsoN pad never chaniei ; Circuit.

scriptioi list to call 10 their occasional aid, men'unfit for fled, b PubliC 8rke necessity constitutions,'gladly testify to the effica ; & Co ,Savannah. hlchesl en knowledge tcienttjie principles CbemUiry.by.a and ttinttfe the laUrt.n.dUe-The and a'so the such Supreme an advantteeoa Conft at Tallahassee.connection withaav lIe b. .-

b instead of quiet good; works, these sudden of a.large re-organization; of it. cyo this inestimable'preprton.. The testimony riet-of Ihe art. have kit been broufht into reqaUitioa lathe able Lawer Wasljngton city as will ensurea .,
of :cured its ACADEMY. manufacture of the Old fir's llp"rin. The Barsaparitla
transports of barren public spirit because We might go on and write creed as longas by JACKSONVILLE root.-It well known 10 medical| men.etmutos prompt and speedy iJofiection of such claim asv""

in such attempts at getting up political re the Westminster Confession; but all the use, with their residences, has been publish. THIS Institution will be. opened on the first : May medicinal properties and some properties which may be placed in W.f.aDd.t. against tM.Uaitd

vivals it seems to he thought necessary to rest is easily inferred and besides be- ed from time to time:and were it'desirable, a y in June next, at 9 o'clocksA.. ., are Inert or nwleu, and others which if retained larvparliif tate. f "
may mass of the moet' overwhelming testimonycould in JACKSONVILLE East Florida. I I ii tat use prodoce fmtntativ* and teit sept.1. lSi9-1y. ::1
make far greater paradf cf devotiqn to found in our past columns. So that we Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation -I which_ injurious to the tyneat.. Some of the properties ,1

Party than party should ever receive where have but to say, finally, that .we believe in be brought forward, proving most Of young Labs and Misses where they of Sarsaparilla are so uttatilt that they raOreljr .

.eii have not merely a Party but a Countryto the virtue and intelligence of the People conclusivelyits; inestimable value. The afflicted will be instructed in the elementary and higher evaporate and are loil In the preparation.If they. nol L.nvjiOTlCE. ..
8 I and who have used this classical education preserved by a itinlifc froceti,known only to those J..un Jvti.tzAagut .
riot ,
branches of an English and 21.1S49.
serve. To mere Party, and its power the long they will really them, and not thot' experienced la lu manufacture.Moreover.. tbe.e.W. '
a eer I are,invited.to' make trial'ol its and young men will be fitted Jor College or for .. off In exhalation left the State for California I haw
has such medicine frineifltt. which fly vapor or a* en
Intelligencer never professed any suffer themselves to be dupes oT the demagogue -I professional in the Latin and Greek classics, Having .
essential mtdinl Col.
appropriate to themslvt the under beat are the very frtftr- myituriness to- Samuel
devotion, even when acting the most heart- their worst foes when most pretending benefits which! bestow. and in the philosophical and mathematical sci tit of the root which five to II all Ita valne. -4loeueer'-who will, injroajnoetien,with Mr.Baker .
ily with that body of citizens whose practice to be their friends. a alone can ences., Any penoa can boll or stew the root till they get adark prosecute all unfinished banners to a eloM. .

as well as avowed principles seemed to Upon these grounds the National Intelli. "TRUTH is STRANGER: THAN FICTION ARRANGEMENTS. colored lb.liqnld.root than which front Is any more thing from else the; tile coloringnMtteria ).ea. The Militia claim*in my charge will be attended -"

it to offer the steadiest and sincerest hope ot gencer presents its claims to a continuationand ." THE YEAR will be divided into four quarters, tbea atraia this Insipid or vapid liquid iweetea with I and to Col.by myself Charles in K.connection; with CoL.Speaker:
fbcnnan, of Washington
wise and moderate extension of that confidence of about 12 weeks each with intervening vaca tour mola-wei. and thea cnll It "8AR9APARILJ.AEXTRACT ,
a government. public such Is the article and every effort made by-n Jointly to '.
But
The attention of the reader is called to the or .SYRUP. not
The National Intelligencer has, in a word which it i is the highest pride of hs Proprietorsto tions. The day will have two sessions i the first, known as SheGENUINE them to a successful re'sun. 1.have Da autboritr

ever been studious of temperate politics and know that it already enjoys to an extent following astonishing cure,' effected by the from M. 9 to 12 M., and the second will be, from appointed 3 to 5 P.to OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S to collect the moneydue on these claims,as 1-

of holding i itself apart from the passion, whatsoever exceeded by few Public Journals in the use ofSands'SarsaparillaThis : :. s. exercises Wednesday in English mornings composition anddeclamation. SARSAPARILLA. have always preferred to have whatever money-.

if was, of the day. It has never United States. is t certify that I have a.colored woman After the first term, no pupil will be received, ThI.II.o prepared that all the inert properties elIte may be appropriated such placed the in the bands jX a local -
fin removed su., interested
gjirnparilla root are thins capableof paymaster parties
every !
who ha afflicted for the hut five with the of the session may
made any opposition headlong and indecent, ban year except at or near beginning becoming add or of fermentation is extracted and select after the act fvA their relief. J < -'
Scrofula, and the remedies I used had no effect and no pupil for less than one term. then niedieal virtue I Ia secured
such :!trom the moment of his ir.a.ugur.t'- PROSPECTUS.The al rejected; every paKicto Aug 23-tf (New,> ; GREGORY TALE.. _
of the in Town at reasonablerates ,
in be
arresting progress themplit on Board will provided la a pure and concentrated form; and thus It i*rendered "
lion banded jtself ag&nrt President; TAYLOR: contrary, she constantly grew worl; after per month for pupils from the country; and incapable of losing any of iu valuable and healing. .
it has. never lent an indiscriminate support Richmond Repnnlloan. expending between #and #90 wit" parents and guardians who mal desire to avail properties. Prepared la this way,11 U made the seeM' Spence & Baker '

even tb Administrations.from which it expected besides using other] success themselves of the facilities of this Institution, for powerful agent In the .,,'.,... .
the most. It has always resolutely DAILY, SEMI-WECKLY AND till the disease had eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and others may be Cure of innumerable diseases.Hence JTTORNITATLAW5: ."
'EEKLY.Tms uf her nose, uii de itsjippcarancc on various parts assured?that no exertion will be spared to ensure the teason why we bear enaimendattoa NI Jac1.JJt'ttit. F/a .1r'Will
avoided the on cither side which sue! ia in ft vof ,and children.We .
excesses of her and had finally commerfced its ravages the health comfort and progress in knowledge of every by nice.women
the shame of affairs b Prin find it d'linr wonder In the cure of practice in th several Court*in the East-*
much
make so our public hi of her month. : all who may be entrusted to the care of the :
PAPER which has been three years CONS /.'TIO.V' I)YSP.F.PSIJI, and LIVER COJf-. era Circuit of Flori of violence {and indecency towards In this with the prospect or 'cipal. RUFUs K. tfEWALL,
dreBdfullituatin.
CROWL.f.e
PlJHftT and RHF.VMJtTlS.1t. &
the charge of the conductors ortbem District of Florida the Court
'. unbounded compliance towards present death starns face, I stated her Principal. ,/. :. COS1'IYI'V'ISS.aU cvr.iJfF.ov3 CRVP ; Supreme
.111)nents OLIVER P..BALDWIN and ROBERT H. case to Du .y. the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla TIC NS.PIMPt.KS, BIMCTUKS,aid alt affections at Tallahasaee and p>we nto claims bcfoor Congress -
rir t I *. In. its adversaries it has GALLAHER, is now becoming flmiliar to the in North CarHu by Institute. arising trio and the.DeputJ ea\l of the Uereroment. at *-

ver recognised free e.n and fellow-citizens! citizens of Virginia. It has into favor whom 1 was advised to U that artice; to Jacksonville- Female IMPURITY OF THE-BLOOD W'uhiugton.f:
.matter- how much: in the wrong: in its grown my surprise and that of my to whom It possesses a marvelluD efficacy la all complaint art McRoBEKT AKtil S.- ,':
friends matter hayf much truoiteJand hon- by the pursuit of a steady and unwavering her case was kown. after using four and a bfbttlelibe ; Committee of Direction has adopted slag from la4i,..,;.*, from .f&l.itf fUt _. from & tHf 1 r i -
no : THE
devotion to Whig princplet'o and by amid restord to perfect health,and following regulations: nneqnal circulation determination ot blood to Ihe bead. ,
ored, it has ever seen men whon: the heats but advocacy men and' space of three wl'kf, and was ttble to workin The Scholastic Year is to consist of four. terms palpitation nf the heart cold feet and band.cold chill I ,
: of the conflict might;! lead too far. There fr. two weeks from the time she commenced taking of eleven weeks each. and hot Caches over the body. *Jt baa nut I its equal la To all ClaiG anis of Private .

has been h of Presses to mea \res it. Orthography. Heading Writing and Arithmetic Cpus and Ctmgki; and promote cur expecioratieaand Grant Lam' in the State '
constantly
jenoti labored gentle perspiration relaxing stricture of the I.. ot..
the ,
Having zealously to ,.
spread those uncrvicjrancois which in free promote In witness of else election of the patriotic and enlightened hereunto affixed iny name, this 19th day of Sept Grammar and Geography per. term $.. The But ia nothing '*Its excellence more manlferty' seen .
countries, mflre than any thing ,disgraceand Chief Magistrate of the nation, it is now 1S17. I above with the higher branches of an English Sued acknowk-deed than la ail fciailn and ..tes or TiTOTICE irherebj given to tA and L everr .

endanger the State I ; enough to flatter desired by its publishers to give it greater JOSEPH McCOTTER, J. P, education embracing Algebra, Geometry History FEMALE COMPLAINTS. 1 Claimant oft Li Jwid florida Grants;that

success, to infuriate defeat; to play! upon the extended and circu- Mouth of Nen&e River, Craven-Co.,>N.C natural, mental, and moral Philosophy Botany II work wonder i. eases of ftutr'Mttt nt VTkiUt. the respective fc'nrrei.rtT, Messrs Darid IL Burr.
false fancy or pcrnic.ous passion of the hour; efficiency by an general ,Chemistry Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric. Foiling.ftk* ff .*. Obitncttt 5v"rcM lation. They consider the unity aftlU Whig Logic,.and Evidences of Christianity term, ;Irregularity of the menstrual period and the )Randolph! have r< sn appointed by the cnder
to fan into a flame every spark of ill; to ULCER 'CURED OF SEVEN YEARS'STANDING like and Is a*effectual curing all the funus of Kid
above all considerations to be to Treasurer, ; to
acb
party an object personal S6. quarter paid signed survey.said!M"nU, and have been assigned
blow into E storm <-very whiff of opinion. / in advance. ** IJitsse.Dy X- to thoir se fields! of
and
they now appeal to the Whigsof "removing obstruction*,and regulating general venfij operation and ar*
The Intrtligen'ccr ha* rndcavore'l therefore, the State to aid them by a liberal subscription Tins cure was effected in July 1844 The Scholars will be under the careful instruction lyiiem It give tone and strength to the,whole body, DOW ready to enter oi their dctie ,_
*
to make itself the !Stumble an )I. as times of an experienced Female Teacher. and thus cures all f!>rm* ef All those holding t'4es,or who have a rightful
have the mission of 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 laUtb ia question, or who mar

gone, almost: undisputed The Editorsv.1 continue to give their and her health still continues good, July, French, Painting and Drawing and Music sad thai prevent or relieve a pent variety of other have any knowledge t.f the lines and corners of

w withstanding vli 1laying.Doing thus, atention Public. Improvements 1848: for which additional charges will be made maladies isa Spit ,trritatJ. .' rfi. rilnt"Hmntt their respective eLuirU,are respectfully desired to .
and aiming eon-jeqnpntly the while at the labor assiduously for object New 25, 1844Meurs. The first term commences on the 8th of October .&_i.,, ': jJ ,ti, fit*. Onfmlntmt ke. come forward with aR'such title:paper* and vi-'
polities of coantrjynot of party, it has, to be every ror"'Jug next. It cleanses the blood excite the-liver In healthy** dences of loeaEty as i t stay be in their.power teproiluee.
calculated to enhance the prosperity and SAns:-Gentlemen-I consider it but Applications for admission are to be made to Sloe lone the stomach and fire* food digestion, relieve Thiau thi} useful, consented to Hje sometimes unpopular renown of the old Commonwealth. an act of justice.to you to state the following the Committee of Direction. the bowel of torior| and cxMidlpalkw. allay lalainnwtion as promptness in thii pertieular,' on the partof
incur ; the the eireoUuon
and occasionally;' to by the firmness The Daily Paper mail ; Srmi-Week facts in reference to the great benefit I received io J. M. DANIEL, .the blood purifies producing gentle skin eqaaliiee warmth equally all OWl claimants win pall facilitate the operation of

of its purposes i1 ore of the animosityof ly 15; Weekly I $2, by $invariably in the cure of an obstinate CANCEROUS ULCEE on Dr. H. D. HOLLAND the body and the Inseniible perspintlim: relaxes all the surveyors in the xection of their work' and
one side than or : Iie..J. \"or of the other. advance. my breast. "' A. M. REED itrielnre and tightness. removes all obstruction sad the better enable tl
Hence its disinclination to'Th\ke party goodwill I was attended eighteen months b1 a regularand Committte of Direction.Rer. lavigorate the entire nervous ivueak .1* sot this then lurveys'in question tot a speedy, and aata&HarT

by periodical profession; % faith or to ADVERTISING. skilful physician,assisted by and I. SWART ttw ftlrtr. Tile medicine yon pre-eminently need! termination. ? --., >.*
The affords of the best counsel of one of our most able and experience S Bat of lhw be stsld.pfS.P.' T. The district &N sarrcyot,foe tW-
of Republican one Jacksonville July 7, &. can any "thing
make the
parade thqse "principles" profession mediums for surgeons, without the least. benefit whatever. kbrior arilel1 This Tonne man' liquid Is not to be present, win be as t"": Commencing aa .
of which seems fe be often made countryand city advertisements, All the various metbo of treating cancer were 'Mrs.A. M. MAXEY COMPARED .WITH.THB OLD DRS.lecavw centre point,at Pi on the St. Jon'c1

with the greatest particularity only to dispense of an)journal in' the State. The Terms resorted to; for in succession my breast of one GRAND FACT that the one I* INCA extending the snrveysj;north and couth, oa both'
from their are: wa burned with caustic throe times a day and rAKES this method to announce to the pnbJL ; tABLE DII.'TERIORATIO .and side of the river, M tr* cIainumaybedesignat.j
men practice.Its for six it was daily syringed with a week lie that 1M will keep open her J.ardingHouN Mr.Brie will
in
In One lines Iratonof I NEVER SPOILS. swnrev.ina grants thai portion,
Daily Paper (15 ]) '
own principles: it was not worth while square nitric acid, and the cavity of internal during the -winter for the reception oi while the other DOES of the country lying naSmediatery west of the St V
for the National Intelligencer to be often 5 cents first insertion; 25 cents each contin so large that it held over an ounce of the solution Boarders and for loDe accommodation of strangers Ut ttttlt cuntaiaiag; mrtof.ftrmnti/It Into fngmeou;the soar,Ktmnf add- John., from PieoU.to the mouth,and north tex

proclaiming, they being i intended much more uance. The doctMrbd tho-c arid examined the or traveller generally. Grateful for/the very liberal llqoid explodinf. and damaging other good*! Matt Bet the north line of the S.Ste.; Mr.NoKRts In the

for use than show and oHginally lit Country Paper-75 cents per square, bone, ea was advancing rapidlyto patronage hitherto extended to her she will this horrible compound be poisonous to the *ytent-. district'commencing ait Pkolata on the east bank
adoptedto insertion 37-1-2 cents for each continu the lungs and if I did not get speedy relief bj' pare no efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her What I pie:ftU i.t.a spaSm already iitttted tei"sudS U the St.J obn'*, and!extending down aid stream
profit others rather than themselves. frs ; medicine or by an operation; the result Would be house i. commodious and situated Ins. pleasant What cause D-pe|.la bat acid t.,Do we sot all know between the.river ant ocean and north U'::th.
The only real exposition of the like by those alc. fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid open part of the town.Jacksonville that when food sours la oar stomachs what *nlrMeafr State line. Mr. McKJkr;in the district borderine
It T
flatulence,
produces
who are engaged in high public tasks, is certainly Addres RO. H. GALLAHER, and the' bones examined; but finding 'no relief Oct. 11,1819.JACKSONVILLE. heart.'liver complaint diarrbna.heartburn dysentery palpitattoa code tf sad the on the west rid of the St. John'*, sooth of Fleet

to be sought iii' theIr actions, not their my Proprietor. from what had been done and feeling I was rapIdly corruption elite blood T What toorala hot aa add UU;and Mr. Rjamasfa. in the district eomm n>

words in their 1'. S. Our of the getting worse, I almost despaired of recovery HOTEL. humor la the body T What produces all the hawm tog at Keolata, on the(east bank of the SC John**.
; "Jailyl"alk and conversation contemporaries country and considered my case nearly hope. which bring on Eruption of the Skim Scald Head,Bait i ad running south fro* Fkolata. ., -
,"-not tbcir; occasional efforts cheaply to press; throughout Virginia and North Carolina les*. Rheum, Erysipelas whit Swelling Fever Sores sad I It i* requested that all information,in UM'esdpn .

propitittc, and to pass off talk for perform. will confer a favor upon us, which Seeing various testimonial and certificate or a"I I '. all tier nleeratlea heaven, bat Internal aa acid aad substance external,.t It to nothing w- or power of the el manta be directly eoa

ance. Yet the principles of the Intelligence will be reciprocated if they insert the, above cure by the use of SANDS'SARSAPARILLA in cases'' all the.SaWs-of the body. wore.1e1l1OUlo or less.sad What hisspoils munkated to the respective surveyors, the- better
similar to I concluded to few bottles > > to enable
own, try them to deLi
(already indicated tt some breadth) Prospectus in their respective journals, and my a 8rtMertb having taken" a'lease r of causes RheesaatUm bat a soar or acid Bald which la and establish the true JeeaUoa
several of which used but from the THE and bonndarie
were long the
Hotel Jfecnpied Mr. sinuate Itself betweea the joint*aid .... Irrita said gran ta; f ,i
: art easily enough ttel; and we may, there- I call attention to it. deep-seated character of my disease--'produced no, solicit formerly continuation by of the extended WOOD ting and laflimlnfthe delicate tissues upon'which It :r* B. A. PUTNAM.Sunqor.GcACral.. .

fore, oa this occasion ofth- mmencement : very decided change. Considering this a.the on- respectfully cut 0o of nervous-diseases,of Imparity of the alone i ST. AruusnsE .
which has hitherto been bestowed October 5/A
Mettc. Department for I the patronage upon of deranged circulation*, sad 1 : ,! 1849. "'.,
ly probable cure my ease, persevered until nearly| the sliesa.
.f in do homage .
ne.-era public afltyrs, our OF HAMPDEN SIDNEY COLLEGE, disease wa entirely cured? It is now over eleven this well known establishment. :In order the better which afflict human nature. '- -- -." ,- .QetU-6m -ft i 'w> ,. "
to custom and *.t their* for.h, both affirmatively RICHMOND, VA.THE month since the cure was completed;'there is not to merit it, they have enlarged and thorough" Kow U It not horrible to asahi sad tell.sad Mit+i 1 -
and negati Iy.- :; of ly repaired the*building and adopted many improvements ."to tte thi.' ; e- -t _- .DRUGS. qm: '
twelfth annual course of Lectures in the slightest appearance a return. / therefore tb. SOURING ,i ; ; .
health of .
and comfort J'ERMENTING.-Acm
promote COMPOUND ;
In that the WELL, and tie -
general we mar pronounce cure entirely ef
Address of, President'Nr TAYLOR embodies Inauguml institution wi commence on Monday fected by SANDS wiywTf SARSAPARILLA at took wo other- their guesta.The old friends of_the house rwiU : OF:S. PTOWN'SEND, TO PHT8IClA! ., DRtTOOl n; .uD

October 22d and continue until medicine of any kind during the time /was**flg certainly deem it an advantage that the table will .tad vet be wtmld fain have it ndenkmd that Old Ja. \ NEuCuA'rs.-- ,
.n the subsisting qustion, of the day, the the middle of March. if, nnrluivt taken tince. -' be under the superintendence of"an:: experienced Townsend's Onnint Original Xer.ei.rtUeU sa.1M. COUBTRtj! "
doctrine which webavej always upheld : R. L. BOHAKNAN M. D. Professor of Ob Please excuse this any lonl'deferred acknowledgment Hostess; by whose aid they flatter themselves they .ITATION of his Inferior prepar&tloa ';" -- : DR. J. N. KEE iER:"BH.OJUpe
invariable of : shall not be rivalled by aft1..lIotella the South' ,heaven forbid that we should deal iaaa article which .solicIt) attf ittratf t.e \he&rrWiltock.r
An observance the Constitution which I think it to
and Diseases of my duty m keYour _would hear the
tetrc woman and Chil being now enabled. by the constant steam communication moat distant resemblance U8.r.Towaend's English. Freneh, G* nan, and AmerieM .
S -the to be : valuable fianaparilla cured me, with the blessing aDd which '
that erfjictf/
interprttotionj generally of with Savannah'and Charleston to have should bring dowm .po* the Medicine, CherelcaJ'ulnt,, OiLvDye .
of Providence, when nothing else couW Old Or.inch a ownnuln load
divIDe
Reason the decisions of the Judiciary, and L. W. CHAMBERAE M. D.. Professor of and I feel myself under lasting obligation ; the advantage of the neuiarkets. of those cities.: tlonafrom Agents who have sold.-and complaJnts Mtrchasen sad erbnlaa. whfi Glassware Perfume /, Patent Medicine, &e

the administrative precedents established in Therapeutics. 1 can uy many thing I cannot write,' tolou. In addition, they bring to the business an experience have used.8. .T. Towasead'. FKMlKNTING. COM_ IlavingopenedaNe! r rStore t No2' ** Market *f-.
good times not the: ubtJetie8 of those political S. MACPIN M. D. Professor of most respectfully invite ladies afflicted-* I have ;of many'years, which will enable them to 'roiJNK '" ; .' v" wi'h..,a fully supply of Fresa Drug and Medaeines >
-
Chemistry better the meanrof -VVe.i.1a1u d.IIeea.-I&&Is aiae ,we respectfuflr'solicit .
wbrdcatcheraarid literalit who been to call upon me, and I will satisfy them fully fudge attending to the wantsof eWnt*rr O, country dealers leta.smln
cannot and Pharmacy. of the truth a stated and those who visit the mild climate of Florida,for that 8.P.Towmead'e article. Old. Dr.Jaeo Tows our. stock. :'t3for purchasing elaewherv
above
find in the Constitution authority for the exercise CHARLES BELL GIBSON, M. D. Professor of thing in reference*> to the ease.NANCY.J. .' many other Ii tbepurposes Qf.health or pleasured-:: .: .; -- f.::_ seed diiai.ilp* SamiMrilU are..iu span.cad if4JaiIIl promising,one and M who may feef dispoeed to

-S by Congress\r the beneficent function Surgery. and Surgical Anatqmy.. ; MILLER L The iscKiAStxa reputation which'the climate having, not;OM that single ltd-em thing ia unlike ommo la..every.:.'.pamc.av.- extend to a* their pa tmage.to sell then jcenmW
Internal Impronentsbutabundant warrant of Florida possesses in estimation of the Med A.8.P.,. Drugs and MedieiD'f.on, a. liberal .aa .
CARTER P. JOHNSON, M. D Professor of 218 Sullivan, street. to ne doctor.JM| sin,was I Is M other bout in the any
for Presidential i War; Annexation,. and ', ,. ical Faculty for the cure of eonrum.'tion and chemist M|>h r MceaUsfr>lcnow no mere oMnedieiM. ety.( and,to fiuthftUy ezeentoMi
Anatomy and Physiology.DLvID .Stl'f S' CEUCBRATCO z other pulmonary diseases has Induced a ,vast' In. rdl.thai spy oth.r common,bacIsnt ..aprolheibmal $11 Otderaestruite4tn.of ;.prompt wdxitlt dfP
legislation, in'contempt of the rightful authority H.TccaEa, Al. D., Professor of,The.ory i SURSAPAttiLtA.-- excellent crease of travel to this State;_during the fall and .nswhat** **.,ail the"pablie -...that 1 .
which I I.
; of Congress and Practice,of.Medicine.A. venal interest compound the creating such a nni winter months, of those Who seek:;the 'relief afforded they.. are receiving a'laaMleatlte. medielia. to*. ,the Pri rs;iSeing. '' f
As to the in]"which the Government E, it throughout country hu made by a milder atmosphere; and ia view of log all thcr vlrtae*of the article ud ta preparUt It.. GiantatfO'dl ample j guarantee'.'As* ...
spirit D. into
M. of *way successfully the favor of. our citizens sad which are Inenpahto of diu
,
PEICL which migh qualit ty of an ei'oI4
the subscribers isa -
Dmoi this fact, .have determined'that at:their tabWlia n$,.
to.be administered the Constitution and the people around We have derthe.Ib. AOBNT8of DIaeui
N us. read .
pndet Anatomy. ; again II111ea4 elbealtli. W.
merit the invite
their exertion to patronage which shall respecUully Dnggf 04 eountry-
.believe with OQf President that the best and again of the efficacy of this valuable medicine ;, .wlallul..lIoulliheupected (rnmoM who know* :
we The illustrationsfor then shall menuntat who wUJ .
Musum Apparatus -bnfnot until;recently-have wt-had be bestowed upon be without regard to aocbl.,comparatively of adlclae e* diwaae! 'It r*. may tabeeen*Agents for-
.cuide is the maxim and conduct of the the monstr departments have receptly : positive proof which could induce.n*;to anI.; tollorexpense., '> ;r nr/r qnl.a iwnoa of sonte experience to cook sad serve ap Dr. KeeWa,Ceraid! r F..nj"MeaIeIQ.' -

."Father of his Country? and of our earlier additions, and ire now fairly of it. But from fact in our possession speak we : :'- BUEFlNGTON'fc. *;: evea a eommoa decent.."H." mneh aaora taper, itwdard. Had' pop t r.e'a U""_forward. .Umt
many testis & who address. 70.. .
laaaufkctore j ; _
Presidents; and that the iron* guide wouldbe very complete:, The facilities for Practical are now well convinced that--without uy,excep J".uol'fVILU'Oct.:818&9-11tf.r 4 < _' '. -._, ; designed 5.1.0L1 "K.medlslsawzA ) SoUsitlsep4f t'. 1.: 0'' .
the peculiar course and doctrines of the lion, it i*-the SAFEST, FLKABANTKST and ,BEST ; LID -
Anatomy ar.unsurpa. ,The. Clinical offered to the OOThe Richmond Republican will please copy. xvrxxxum trrrxm, 1"lI1&l.iat ..: ,:1.. J"--- .--.'s-- .,
lately overthrown Dynast i. .:. advantages ,with the of compound all chronic ever public for the core the above until forbid. should know we I thetnedlcsl properties orplaattrthb -;: .. ,- J.NCKELERk BROd.
ar cmensurte dile..1 rheumatism and acrofula MI
manner of
and
.-In regard tQ our foreign Policy, we c n. want of,the student, especially valua and all impurities ,of the blood, together-witl virtues ale aa icurlng xteailve\ knowledga conestntiag of the stale variou haallai dto.aaa Jflola Diwist-Nti,.29.a. JlOTW: _

aider that laid down jm Wafihington's "Fare I to preparing to practice at the South; many other complaint: t.MAGNOLIA.. .. __ .. __, <, HOUSE.-. fcS'weh : remedies*which afflict the hnrou' ','(vstesa, ,tad.i. .JaewlO.. ,adapt., I :SepIy.. ;j l' ." Th4t!t tf
well Address" as inseparably tue which It basso long been remarked that,the ago.i. to the**disease!
one Clinical Lectures twice week in '
are given 'S i
a one or"lIo.tflllllJand that, .,jfUGUSTINE"J L1! II to.arrest "J1**P* "" .n bftiaat .rtot -
pout
belongs to our system and institutions* the College Infirmary, (which is- in immediate Jiardly dare recommend DOIt.ram-YOnderlr'a valuable diseovery.'in we: 'rt bU.br.'II. Inbrweuaded ..",to kindle hope la thede- i&cii .iD T.

c which place all bappinesa and freedom for contiguity with the and .once a the Medical Sbience lest jeopardise oar .JL-.bM known has o; Iit imp,the bistsio IMUMI kalih and bloom sad yIo riflE SECONB- ESMVef.tf ftTInkltntion
Coleg repu ; undergone tboroqgbrps1r.sn stashed d 1Ifttb.sad knish
nations in the scrupulous observance of wek'in House In tation for incredulity consistency_ ; but ID"'Ih" .is reopened for the of ,01.0'1 Oa.-.UOOB.TOWNUND | $80UGUTIU Mlmltyu that JL wineoe ene tM SIoBdaynw SepUniher

Justice and Peace, The maxims of the Fate- the jRsi.ituto the diseases 'occurring] i in instance we hesitate.Dot to>hAsar the'"remark' .0't ; rix: *.mention. *? ., .eompftnyitcc --, POUND tbj*rranUr sad mesas- to bring hta.i' ; Sd. hqwteT1wiieta-.s srtjkal.rate*;
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well Addres being.jUie.; ':zenith of our Foreign are. met with and the student which. -we.have made- sbovd.lI&rtroM The well,earned reputation wttch 1, this Hou ., Gl'aIldlIlyenat' : : Coaceatrat .Misses WJteG..rno.irbs i'ayient ItA nude 'inetl'ti .ieee .

'policy, those oflhe} :Mexican War, of has the ofbecomingicquaintedYit ; iI1'- .' has aoqaired it Is the intention of tha present,p: Remedy :_ y the fc4Zowln", .Q .
most eligible ratea4
e *'Manifest oi'"All of ,.;opJruniie .. SORE THROAT prietortflWtaiaVFEr ,./ ?., > ",,-- within the Putt,sad te Ue kaowUdg.of a|}WM M4 = .,to
Dedinyn4 Oregon : i \ nd ry.accommodationwOT 'Ix-. extended1'toguests. .: .th.Itsy IMJ.toara.aad kaow, by 7fal xB rtoaev ', 4 'J. .,'. .. -. -., .,, .
or none1.1 oust be l4oke1onits lowest* *" tament The { Su rjhcal oper The folowjngis' Anexiaci.Ti1uer: I: j .14lavaHds, traveller, aad other*;will,find p1'\).J"t. _:,- ,.t 1ii."h.. f. .aa4. t.- ,., 00.'l"a.
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reqQencyQ 1isCendntpoWer toIiiPtLndpaI'OffleiIOi .
: r: poslejoMt-ordijission. the ; with. the facilities received from.Mr*. Beiran, ,who t'hoen thi*home deIII&bILIII" situated facing tot south, Th.et1iita: ,E .

MtQ-t* more ; mplx matter of our .witnessing r the treatment of Surgical afflicted several yearsjthrofuJpsUJ: e in with dark'pIauaa'm feet Jong;'with ourt arJ Hama4Ur I. r.;City, "Inc1., <. .- } v. 00
front aDd from
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Domestic Policy* it iigbt ;almost suffice t cases, renders this oo of the bt Schoolsof Dyspepsia&c., and ce entIya4fiun'cif rooms are eligibly.situated;large/aid"lry< ,' the 'For sale by.FE&NAftDK: /fr BISBEE ,.A '.. .JtJ'. "'i "W: W. .' _1'tfII.L nII"

say that we bJiv m nearly ever thing Practia1Surgery./ ihetbrqaund.. ehcat."k; : I building fetore*i":,-being uew Th.. House,built AI1)t.-.t.; ;-'ksitWe-E. F ,- t i; _

2 that :_ action last .CHARGES:. Matriculation i : '$5, Tickets of :R4pz.vI.akil8:15Messrs. ; ; : ;- of wood;i 11 lathed and plastered,'Jto.- In a word, it ,. Notice: .".-.. .:, ". .- ._ _. ._J".,''. .' ':
is built .1t'ftrft't'JNfl4 4"-
for .
; twenty years nukes
the beneficient rjotver,, of noble ,Public!; Graduation Fee $25JJoard, including fuel, ; ariaf your ;kn&nazma.mv.. tuHering were:almost 'proprietress, Mrtv Dam;amre those present ,WsUntWnr' fa prep&red-40 proseeuts promptly ;:'1. .. :.-

Work*; u that of projecting Industry and the lirhts, and ; attendance, may be ob past.expression my throat',wu *ftnplttafr the house that her exertion.Will ba patronising to I all claim'fc win A the United 8ttU f.f pro rt1 iLOllrn J; ::- -
useful Arts which make .fnot ulcerated I had ft dreadful cough and there lost or t1U'D'hecl:11the: : 8emtooleW, .r;ucI' fur.. '.
,in. modern society, tne a$2 to"per.week I ; were please. Very respectfully, aervtce Pension ". fc v "' L t. -..tMEvery t

jte wealth,the strinih otb: -' State, and the -8. MAUPIN, M. D., n. I II frequently above a whisper week together and b .Wei that, the could inflammation:Dot speak, .S.t.A.V.VST1.U Oct.THE'20 1819.PROPRIETOR. 4, .Military ddreJAM1iS. \Vi IULYANTI ducnptiovf;Joh':"t.ting:win be

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