The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: February 14, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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n-bm-PaE51DDr-r OE THE;: JTSITRD & at the T, TREASURER'S", OrncE, '"" "; (' toco'PaoisE. : 'j: ;tlwtrcommencerof nt of this session-,f she,bad madetothabjccreJitorio.:

.A 'paOCL &XA ?"'I orr.rereas 8.3 city of Washington this nineteenth r Tallahassee, Jan.26,"'1850., 4 .. I sine hey. ,\left their :respective' constituents satisfy tbelOaunf money rhich be' had advaflceI -! '
day of January, in the of our IsMr Wrtbout:,an; opportunity of ,coosalli ng with : fe'het 'The "'U&l1 ;SfatEs ft,>
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; convention Excellency 'BJlOWl'C: 29't8M. them, that
a Lord one thousand eightliundred and apon, great and mpmeotonslact,- the owners of that..pledgei ind The recipient'of -
States of America and hi' i majesty the fifty, and in the seventy-fourth Sir: I have the honor to submit myannu ;: L.Mr.. Pr ijen ,-! l l tin%' the fact that California heiselfM which it I all the, :::duties' jayaWtJ. the" iorts bfTesasv .

of Brazil for tb adjustment of the Independence of the United year al .statement of.the:;,Receipts and Disbursements handa series,of r sol lion which desire to was asserted and, predated htt-'she.never i "* |11 ,\ -- .

peror of citizens of tfc l United States. at the Treasury, for the fiscal year Mbnut to the Consideration of this hOOy.:: *ot44,establish, lavery. within'her_ limits. : Now; s fJ'd: say-thlit.'ijimyhtTmtle! ': -

*claims f the President, Z.TAYLOR. ending October 31st 1849, showing the gross Taken ttogether, ;,b.combination; they pro- when he came' to be'aJmhfcd as a "State ,judgment., 'there betonwr,?,of jo'sticei; or '
against the Brazilian $ vtrnment M. CLATTOX, Secretary- of State. amount to accounted for to be $59,979, ,! joe an amicable arrangement' of all que& that anfornia' herself t embracing; of jtlJ ,truih ajnoasfcflicnwc1> doliwe to tbe credit,"
concluded and signed at'Rio de and the disbursements; $57,293 61, leaving a tonsjn controversy between the "'free and' other portions? of the.country acquired by us ou.whe tb 3ih'a1'lcedY-t ti ,ney'"npon;

'the twenty-seventh daV January, .ZACHARY TAYLOR, balance in' the Treasury on that day,'of $2-' ; ; tie slave tates,-growing out of, the subject i frooKMexico hat country into which it itb pTedgvtJye teimbnrseinJsJ'ol thnrt ney. .

on of tiitflniled Stain of .America, 685 M. Very respectfaUy, slavery TJ ; r It(is: not 'my**inteBt'ionilr.. i would1 have,beea.most likely HhaV slavery mall'ea1s to'-the' Vxtfli'jitnatThe'pledged4'would1 ; '

thousand eight hundredJTind 1 1which v)- WM. R. HAYWARD, Treasurer. President".at, this time, to ,enter into a" full i sboulilhaYe 'been introduced: that California : : have :ie5aihwje<$.! ,'i( it.'had,
.i convention, bein i in the MAT been CONCERN. and elaborate discussion! of each of these :herself has met 'in 'conventi n'/: and by' a nerieen appropriateJ u.tt ur. fe:.,.: i
is word n exequator having granted to WILLIAM R HATWARD.Treasurer in account i resolutions; unanhnons.vote, .embracing in that body We must recollect sir 'lha in y '
: and Portuguese language Carlos de date the laketfseparately; or the 'wholeof il : n1atJPn' to
f Espana, bearing with the State of Florida, for the fiscal them tombined together,-as- composing alareholders from the State of Mississippi, that.pledgeandlo the l land .in'vutue1tics .
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word, as follows: t t October 1846, recognizing him as the ,year ending October 31, 1817. system of measures.j.but I desire; presenta as well as.from other parts, Vn'6 roncurredin OD Iaitkol ;. t 'tbn
of her Catholic the
MOST OLT ASD Majesty at port 'DR.- : few. observations tbeTwoldtion''IliSrC f mia.'bY1i unanimous'v'ote bound. -F meih ,after atjonth"
IK THC $AME Or THE ? npon each resolution; -yi
,' and declaring him free to ., 1849. with ,the purpose, .cbjeflv,.of ..exposing* it' has declared against the intro United States Texas, .a l\ the"eredltof"oih;
VIIIBLC TRINkLr and enjoy such functions power Nov.. .1. To am't.; .received from fairly and fully before the Senate and before ductioaof. '.slavery within.'b r limits :-I Texas, who had advancer4iW mcaey bh'the*
Th tTnited States of America and privileges as are allowed to the Consuls auction $1,71731 think, then t.hat taking this fact in faith solemn ""' "
tax : the country-;; and I may add; "with the in leading of pledge maSe;ibr Texas. '
Majesty the Emperor of Brazil t, desiring most favored nations in the United To am't. from fines, 1,924.10 dulgence of the Senate, towards the conclu connexion with"all the videnee'we have Texas and the United S & night do what '
remove every cause that j might these are now to declare, that' I do To am'L from licenses, 2,117 34 jome'general; observations, the* fr mother sources on the subject am w r- they thought>roper botxiti; justice they7'

with the gooa understanding and longer recognize the said Carlos de Es To am't. rev.of 1846, 280 07 stat of the country and.the condition upon of the ranted in the- conclusion --which constitutesthe coud! -donothiu-to deprive| ''creditor of a?" fLy-.

which now bappily -exist :between as the Consul of her Catholic Majesty To am't. rev. of 1847, 1,172 70To question to which the'resoluti ns tel.'. second truth which I have stated in this full reliance npqn*the- pTeltge:1'pon the farth n

and which it is so much the?interest of any part of the United States, nor am't. rei- of 1848, 35,379 92 Whether they shall ,or shall not meet with- resolution, that slavery k, "not likely to be of which he had advanced $'js': moneY 'Sir'*!
countries to maintain; and tic ome for him to exercise and enjoy any To am't. rev. of 1849, 15,141 '19 the approbation concurrence of the Senate introduced into any of the"territory acquired it J;s impossible now: to ascTtai&! milch:? -
purpose, to a definite nnder nding, the functions powers, or privileges, To am't. refunded from't -as I most ardently hope they by uS froTi'Mexico"" '"' .ft.wouH have b received Jroiea;: thai source-?

just and honorable to each,*; to the to the Consuls of Spain; and I contingent fund,on I most inceJy believe'they ought may. -I trust; as Sir; the latter-'part of5 thai resolution asserts of reyenne by,the Slate'of '&!c5U *be had1

of settling the long pendinginestion; wholly revoke and annul the said ,account advances, 871,35 that at least some portion. of,the }long time -thatit' is the duty of .Congress to establish rem ed 'independent? Jt'Weut; be "host
out of claims of citizens of sd States, heretofore given, and do declare To am't. received from which I have de\'oted" with care and deliberation appropriate territorial governments unjust go there-andatiihie'at GaT- .

for the same, appointed and? conferred same to be absolutely null and void Bale of Thompson's to the preparation of these reSolutions within all the country acquired from Mexico, veston and her other :'ports).:ascertain how

powers, respectively, to wit:! this.day forwtrd. Digest, 34 13 and to the' presentation this great t exclusive of California, 'not embracing in much' she;'novr-recerivei b$ber'';f regirimVports' '
The President of the Unitetf States of testimony whereof, I have caused these national scheme of compromise and harmony tbe acts by which these governments shall ;'berause''ky"beinajlf&ekjrporated! ** 'f .-I:I

rica,tm David Tod, Envoy to be made patent, and the seal of $58,638 11 will be employed by ,each Senator before he, be constituted either prohibition an admission this, Union-all, her npplieswhi'ch| 'formerly'

and Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States to be hereunto affixed. To balance on hand, against the proposition embraced of slavery. ,, were received' from fore'tgl oiitri,' and '
the court of and his : under hand at the city of Washington pronounces Sir, much 'as I J to defer to niany of them jeast '
States near my Nov.l, 1848, as per in these,resolutions. ,The resolutions ara 'dj5pO subject- 'at to ;import,
jesty the Emperor of B1'| pon the the fourth day of January, report, 1,328 10 sir, are all preceeded by short preamble, to high authority, anxious as I really'am to diities -are' now received fcy- the coasting* 2

illustrious and most t Viscount ] A. D. 1850, and of the independenceof Add this am't. reed which'of course I attach no *cry great im- find myself in a position that would enableme trade, instead of, being rec ved from other "

Olinda, of his council the the United States the seventy-. from former Treasurer portance. Tbe preamble and first resolutionare to cooperate heartily with the other der countries,. as they would. 14ve l,?en lC nhe; .
State; Senator and Grandee[' the ; fourth. on 35th Nov. as follows : partments of the Government" in conducting bad remained independent. Considering the" f.x

Grand Cross of the Order of jS t. Slefhen the President: Z. TAYLOR. on acc't of errors in It desirable for the the affairs of this great people, I must say extent of lier territory; ant!e'r id manaeT5*

Hungary; of the Legion of H< M. CLAYTON, Secretary of State.. his account 13 00 harmony being of tbe union of these peace tates concord to settle and that cannot"without a dereliction of duty in)which her 'population iilHcreasing'and 'if ,

and of Saint Maurice, and of;paint and adjust amicably all existing questions of controversy consent to an abandonment of them with is likely td increase, it is'nr4ibMthat|t> in the'
of Sardinia; officer of the Initial Order English View or the Cuba Question. I $59,979 21 between them arising out of the institution out government, leaving them to all those course"of. few-years there' JiIgltiiav: t zisuch J

the Crosf; Commander of the$rder of CR. skvery, upon a- fair- equitable- and ,just scenes of disorder, confusion, and anarchy' "amount' t, the "various.-. tit

President of the Council of ?linisters; notice in article a late number the of Blackwood'condi 1849.' basis 1st.j Rttofrtd Therefore, That California, with suitable which I apprehend, in respect of someof ports if'Te s-sb recervedi:!: iiLlp dent ?

ister and Secretary of State pf Foreign an on present NOT. I. By Treasury Certificates boundaries ought open her application to be them there is too much reason anticipate -as would have (itatfc'to the ex:.. titinctio
fairs; who, after uchangi : heir full of Spain and ber Colonies which is redeemed in admitted one of the States, of this Union will arise. It is the duty, the solemn-I of the debt I hare"refed. j

ers, which were formed in.,; good and publishing. The writer remarks cash, $35,020 54 without the imposition by Congress any restriction was going to, add, the most sacred dutyof BatsirJt not'mer ly iitl; discbhrg .j ..
by one of those absurdities, which are in'respect to the exclusion or introduction '
to the following Congress to legislate for their ofwbatlconceive to.be tafH! ndIe'iti. "
form agreed governmentif
per in Spanish Govern- By treasury certificates, of slavery! within those boundaries. v
frequent occurrence they can, and at all events to legislate for mate' obligation resting 'n oa the Uorted I2 ,
ARTICLE i. American settlers in Cuba are exempt received in paymentof Mr.President must be acknowledged that them and them the States'to- 'the : '1''
to give benefit of law, discharge spied: duty'it'ia'} : ,
The Iwo high cfntra.ctingartlei! a variety of perso nal contributions and Taxes 15,305 13 there has been some irregularity in the movements and order and security., not.uonthtt condition 'alo e that this jay-:

dating the difficulty of agreeing upon imposts which the natives have to pay. By jury and witness which have terminated in the adoption The next resolutions are the third and runtis j proposed to be made; his also7 upon ''

abject of said reclamations,1) rom the laws of the Island forbid the establish- ..certificates received of a constitution by lifoms and in fourth, which, having an immediate con- the further condition! that Texas shall relin-'' .

entertained by each-one, dfUhe justice of foreigners in Cuba; and, though the in payment of taxes, 6,968 00 the expression of her wish-not yet formally nexion with each other should be read and quish '-tothe United Stay -clalaitfiat: *

the claims! and the other of]..ir of Americans bas been connived By balance' on hand communicated .to..Congress,' it istrae:: but considered together. They are as follows she basin ahy porhon of SeW IecoNocrr1 '. -:>" -
and being convinced that the bnly of respect to the laws the settlers this day, 2,685 5-1 which may anticipated in a few days-to .although, as I belieye/tSe has:-
and honorable method by \fhich the supposed by a curious fiction not to be admitted into the Union as a State.- 3d. Raolrtd That the western boundary of the a vaIidtitle'tany portion cN'MexicOshe .t
countries arrive at a perfect Hence the $59,979 21 There bas' bees 'some" imnI rity in the State of Texas ought to be fixed on the Rio del ( :
can exemption. Xorte, commencing one marine league (rum iu has -a claim; and for tfcie s&e of that
i ing ol said questions, is to adjust them 'immunity drew many settlers to Cuba DR. manner in which they have framed that con- month, and running up that river to the southern general quiet'and harmony, 'fcr'the sake .of-,
single act, they mutually agreed' after a the Southern States of America; so 1849. rtitntion. It was,not preceded by any act line of.New Mexico; thence with that line ea.t- that accoinmodatioir whichcagat! to be s'"

tare examination of these claims, and, in some districts on'the northern shores of Nov.l. To..balance on band, of Congress autborizing the convention and wardly, and to continuing in the same direction to ranch the object of legislation; ;, 8'it is df indfvidnals -" fl
the line established between the Unite
der to carry this agreement into island, have more the character of Amer and brought down designating the boundaries of tbe proposedState and Spain, excluding any portion of New Mexico States in th ir transactions. tn ,rivatftllf? .
it becomes the duty of Brazil'Ho place at than Spanish settlements. The pros this day, $2,685 54 according to all'tbe early practice of whether laying on the east or west of that river. we'may nowwhai an indivalnal in'aoalo-;'

disposition of the President ,of the of the island has d rived no small ad E.&O.E. this Government, according all the cases 4th. Rewired That it be proposed to the Stateof gous circnmstajices'might d a 5re something 4
States the amount of five hundred] and from those numerous American es WM.,R..HAYWARD, of the admission of.new. .States into this Texas, that the United States will provide for for the relinqufshnient of'a 'daizn, although;*
thousand milreis current money of modes of Treatvrer.TALLAHASSEE Union, which occurred prior, think, to that the payment of all that portion of the legitimate -
& Improved agricul and'btiatJ.fid, debt of that State contracted itfhonld not be well foundedfor the sate of' h4' '
as a reasonable and equitable sum, mechanism and conveyance ,were intro ,* November 1, 1849. of Michigan. Michigan if I am not,mistaken to its annexation to the United States and prior fur pLcgIt 'js"I are"'pr .. th S.
shall comprehend the whole cf the by the-Americans. Several railways was the limState'w; unbidden, unauthorized which the dntie bn foreign imports were pledged resolution! does propose-th4'e shall Imj'

tions, whatever may be their nature been made. In,the course often years ,Comptroller's. .Report. by any previous act of Congress, by the said State to. its creditors not exceeding the amount of the debt confroted by Texasprior
amount, and as fall compensation for less than ten have been carried,jnto ef- undertook to form, for herself a constitution, the sum of$- in consideration of the duties to its annexation'to ili trailed Sate,
BO pledged harlng'beeD no longer to
indemnification claimed by the r the first from Havana to Guinea was COMPTROLLER'S REPORT' and to knock at the door of Congress for, admission that object after the said annexation applicable bat baring in consiJeration .of our reception of the.du'* .
of said States, to be paid in ja round in 1837 this great undertaking Tallahassee, 28th January, 1850. into the' Union. I recollect at the thenceforward become payable to the United t ties= applicable to the extinct'tin of that debt; -

without reference to any one'!'pf said solely indebted to American energy and His Excellency, TJIOI.DaoWJf, Governor, tfc. time when Michigan tbusA pr sented herself, States; and upon the condition alo that the said and that Texas shall also! in consideration of

upon the merits of which .'two high The loan for it was made in Dear Sir: I have the honor to report that I was opposed, in consequence of that deviation Sate act of of Texas her Legislator shall, by*some, or of solemn a"convention and authentic relinquish a Sum to, be advanced relinquish'any claim

tracting parties refrain from Catering; it ; but the projectors the Stock job1 1 he Receipts into the Treasury from all from the early,practice of the Government to the United States ,any claim which which she has to any portion cf New'
ing left to the Government jof the allIt"T the engineers, "and the overseers were sources for the fiscal yeat end to the admission.' The majority determined it has to any part of Xew Mexico. I Mexico. "| "* '

States to estimate the justice hit may Cuba is slowly I but steadily be logon the 31st October, 1849, otherwise, and it must be in candor Mr. President, I do not mean n now, I do The fifth resontionsir" 'an ;'tne sixth
tain to claimants,for tbe purj ose of Americanized. "Libejavi animam were. $58,638 11 admitted by all men that California: hrs not know.that I shall at time-it i is a ike[: the third and fcuth are !mexha connected .

buting among them the aforesiid sum of ,' might be fairly said by me," (says The amount of Warrants drawn upon the much more reason to do what she has done, very couples subject, and any one not free from together. 'They are aafoILiwa: .
hundred.and thousand! milreis who resided unsanctioned .and unauthorized by a previousact
thirty ; Madden, an Englishman,
for the into the of what 5thRndctd JThat H is iD&tlfto alwCsi
Treasury same purpose were asfollows. difficulty-go question are *
may deem most proper. 3 many'ears) "if the Star Spangled :- of Congress. than Michigan had. to do! the true limits of Texas. Mv own opinionis slavery in the LLstrkt of Columbia, whikt that
t Moro what she did. institution continues to exist State of Maryland '
to-morrow injtt
ARTICLE H. ( were floating on yL
r On Fund 4,392 40 I must without inteti'ling. by the're-
or flaunting in the breeze at St. Jagor Contingent Sir,notwithstanding the irregularity of the say ,without the consent of ta&8Iate.witbout'tM
In conformity to what is Agreed I* Fourth General Assembly mark to into that Texas of the
upon Cuba." In the of even Expenses admission of Michigan into the,Union, jt has go any eocnent of the people ll&trirt,ant with.-
the preceding article, Brazil-is course years a 16,52 83 has not a good title tq any portion of what ont jiut Voaipensation to the>jwuirz of slarei
been event. She. forms now one '
from all responsibility springing out of strongly prevalent i in the Colony, in Expense Salaries of Officers 16,627 59 a.happy stars is called New Mexico. And yet, sir, I am within the l&strict. 'L .,, q6th.
of 'the.bngbt' glorious Confed 1j
independence 1 has been changed into Bat rttoleeJ That it srpedlent to proXhihit
aforesaid claims u Criminal Prosecutions free 'admit that at the
presented the Expense to t looking grounds
for connexion with the United States. eracy. She has sent here to mingle in our within the District slafeUrtSe', in e.Tea
meat of the United States np to the I fcc. 7,699 78 councils Senators and Representativesineneminently which her representatives assumed,' first in brought into it frpm States, or tiaoiJ inyoad the .
i writers
of this convention, which tan I needless for recent political on w Miscellaneous items, such as the war with Santa Anna in 1836, then at limiu of t'ue District either to H nil tatrjin aamarchantlLsc c-
to deny the existence of a strong feel- diatinnisbed with we may : to be .tral."lIOt'lt to ttlijrmii-
between Mr. Trist"and thfexicit.n or |
be reproduced nor reconsider in future. Printing Laws,Taking Cen- what transpired '
'witb wIth and
oLanimosity, tolhemotber; country and all asSOCiate pride, pleasure, kets without the District of Coli |
sus'of Children law of negntiators whence treaty _
ARTICLE III. If per with satiilaction. And I trust that it' Cali- t' V; I *
desire for England
separation. 1848, Taxes refunded, Mexican peace was negotiated, and then the fact t that The first of://these rg olutawisMrPresident :
In order that the of the have been induced in 1837 to fornia -irregular as her previous may
government ,
guar- have all the ] .
the U. in a&'ert.snbsant'aIl
& &c.
War, c. 3,567 19 the of acquired country }| 5ap?, fcare
in constitution
ted been adoption a
States may be enabled properly to the Island Coba'Trom the Interven which Texas claimed constituting a por. no other prbople-tthxn! ( that
sider the claims of the citizens of said of the white inhab but more justifiable than was the action ofMkblean.ifabe
; aiy foreign power, Total Warrant, 48,839 79 also shall be admitted tion of her territory; looking at all tbtsefacts which was asserted by. the*,Senate ,of the y'
-they remaining as above declared, were prepared to throw off the Spanish asia but without to them, either United States twelve .
The amount of Clerk's certificatesfor '. attaching years a.ipT; : upon reso-
this first resolution with
ject to its judgment-the respective proposed ;by 41kt
tbe of beD ct Lich
of Jurors 'and State together or sepaiately, same degree Intious which-1 } past* -
pay suitable limits that she too will make her
ments which throw light uppn them was then a-Spanish army of 20,000 Witnesses taken 'at the force which gentlemen who think that Texas ed-at least die'particular.rcpIatjbF q passed
be'delivered the Imperial in the island the actual number of op contribution of wisdom, of patriotism;.nd
by but
Treasury, 6,968 00 has a right to New Mexico do, 1 must say -by.amajoriiy'otfour-izl4oLtbe Senate.
that of the United States so. soon' as Spaniards in it did not exceed 16,000. of good feeling to this body;in order to conduct that there is plausibility, to say the least of I.allude to tbe reso'.ulion'presnte4 by me in

convention shall receive the'! leading men of the Creoles had then lit- <. 55,807-79 the affairs of this'great
the Government of said State apprehensions of the result of an"effort *.- -; *- _-.'_, empire H- f l J'f Mexico I do not think.'they constitute or tion ;.it speaks for, itself; it jUctyres that the .

ARTICLE IV. :> independence. An allotment of land in Excess of Receipts over Experi.' The resolution proposes her almissionwhen demonstratethe existence a'good title, buta institution of slavery should pet fee Abolished ,
l 'for it. There is no inte ,
The Ram agreed upon thai! be paid by island, for the soldiers who might be dis ditures, : r$2,830 !ion abe applw anticipate such an.application plausible,one. Well!!I then .sir! , Imperial Government to that of the I to join the independent party, was a. on'my part.to this propose 1 Without Centering into any en' enrrence'of thrae} Co dtIORS'' gra*, .the assent' .
States in the current oi Brazil : which would doubtless suffice to gain I am,, &c. very: respectfully, but-I thought itright to present quiry whether the Nte es or the Rio,Grande of Maryland;:second,the a nt.of the people
soon as the exchange of money the the 1mw. But it is not to England, Your' obedient rvant, resolution ::u1apart.' of.the -gene these plan was the true boundary Texas I propose within the District:,and tirtt;compensation :
that the white natives of Cuba look SIMON which. propose bribe adjustment 'the, ownersW within theDistrict
this Convention is made known in this ; : by the first of these two resolutions that to the.sl ta
tat, for which His the aid or countenance in any future eflbrt Comptroller. of Public Accounts: unhappy.difficulties/ .>-t. "P western limits shall be fixed on,-the-Rio del ,for.theFr property,' ''| ?' .,,:? e:
Majesty January, 1850, .. i The second resolution, sir, JS'as follows:, '
Brazil pledges himself to "oljtiia the independence. It is to America that they jforte-rextending west from:the Sabine to The next .resolution proposed .
gary foods at the next tesslda of the w turn their eyes, and America takes goOd t, 2J. JZetofKtf, That as slavery'does not exist bylaw ; the mouth'of the Rio del Norteyind that it remark..Itjst.that te tsav.trade ,
to respond to the wishes tbat"are' prcgrn.ivP.psitI.n.'ThTeitoiy : and is*1IOC Ukelr to be introduced into any : shall follow*np the ,Bravo,:,or; the Rio del witbin the Diatrict;odght tDbe abolprohiblteJ. ,
ture. }' expressed in those regards: 'We do theUnited, btates>ls* nearly of Ike territ ry'acqu&e4:.by i the is,,United States for Nortei-to where strikes .the southern line -I I do.'not( mean Hlbot the alienation ?

ARflCLE V. { hesitate (says the'Magazine place as large as that of all Enropef'ite: pop from Congress the Jtepublio&oJII'Opcle.by Mexico.it Uw, either inexpedient.for it? intro-:of I'wMezico, .and then, .diverging,from and transfer of- fclavea irori the inhab- -k

The payment of the sum jtbove in these opinions preference to lation1ucluding,Aborigines' and emigrants dnetion'into or exclusion.from any part'of the I (that l line, follow on'I.that,direction until it! itanU.within this IMstrict"trjefiiaJe: by.one: .
five hundred and thirty thousand row-tinted accounts of the Madrid Her- may ice 3,000,000whieh; 'not Mid territory; and'that"appropriate Territorial I reaches the line as Med by the Unifod States n.ibbor-.ioaaother: ; of, a| aveiwhich/the. ,
shall not be made untii after!the according to which the present bappi-. a tenth part'of that of Europe.;* \' Governments ought to be establohad by,Congress i'tina'Spain by"their aty'Of 1819;'and thus one pwniand tbeerwan1'-t! a, bus- ,

.of the notice in this capital of!.tjht prosperity and loyalty of the Havaneros I In: ;' ; Unit'l"SiafiS"'toD1ned ; in all of the of said'the territory proposed.not State assiguedasthebOondahriI of California, embracing a vast country abundantly,competent -* band,1Iia):p rh&. Be. pnt-nwith; his

ratifications but the said sum 4hJJi! bear such as were never surpassed lathe. ,I'an-, pearly 4,000,000"pebple exclusive tlf without tb4.adoption.f .D1. strictiAr oapdK I to form two or three States a country wife,,or a wife: .with her I Iinean bunL, 141c-DOt -
'es ,'at six per cent. per annunvrrom; of colonies! ." t about 700,000 slaved In'ig00tber&[ were I tion'on the subject tf.l. l Tery. .. 7 4\ {: r Which ,think the (highest amh"uio.n of.htr .touch ,at.all the. it 01\of; 'the

day of July next; the lmperi1' If, a, it is confidently asserted, the 'Ameri- 5,305,924 'Jnhabhanfaj'T" ;sg, 4'in' J810 : "This1resolutionTetr propoae*; In he.ffrst re te'5rmen ought to"be satisliet!'with as a ,right"of property.ia slaves .ijogt pex3ons r

however, obliges itself to make good n residents and Creoles'are themselves 9,654. 96 jfl'i 182ft 12,866,0201t 1830; 17,- instance. oeclarafiohof twoiruth -* ne'6f St t 'anrmembet'ohh( Union. '- living"vitljia tb, :Di8f ; !the.aye

terest only when, in conformity the match for Spain;'and could throw. tifi her 063,355 In June' 1840,'of w om"'U189,705. lawand'theotber,- f fact i Tbs trutkof lawwbchjtdecaress : tBuVsn1 the ''second of fthese resolutions'makes iuade to which: refer ctlJitt," nkpro.
,ing 'article of this Convention the' and defy her efforts to're-impose it, ccre--wbId.:4: Sin'ce't&a .: P18 It/:the that there dOeOtCX4atthiIjin fr proposition: the.:State of Texas. nounced an; aiqmination' oibafprty .
shall are oK the Union has more than doubled.! '' words. !t 'P, hone of thedistingaisSeu.Ep.na.oC Oit.1fled.. ana
years a
stipulated. be paid. i J : would be the result if 3 or' ..OOO.yan- *.sl ter1.wlthin, any *i*>s 4istn.rtl upon wb/ichLde9.t tosayajew j ; '
ARTICLE volunteers were suddenly! to dropupon Daring Mjeans )184dl,589,872:; t0M the 'femt ; cq'Giied't .the unia.tt proposes' tbat'the Goyern .eDt of the UnitedStates' : ty: 'the 1l AIr.
'The Cuban shore by preconcerted arrange- have emtgrated from Great Britain. and" :Ireland from \feiico.-Wbea ry ;sir, that;it IS' will 6tidetfor".t.llIf1'T' aymen'f of all ,Randolph ;.And who/b; t1 :.h S.notsh ,
:&Dd the present I be with the disaffected!' In 1849 this has 'to North Amenca;'chiefly.to tb United i wy solemn and deliber I that portion 0f the debt bhTexas for,whichrecei ; its elWtQ 1.'! !St.IS: ,.gmrt
ratifications' I own
truth speak
in !arrived :> my tforeieii mistake the. .If,
Ingtot within twelve :, within an ace of occurring'in a future States. ,In 1the'jrear.Jl848f.there aIconviction.J -am,aware that some gen *tbedu1: ved poof imports ?, at 't srppossthatgentl
after the of 'NeW-Yprk'189,176 immigrants; countries pledged .by Tera3ata n'11i! g.i ';the is4e; Statesjookupon
it actually What port burl ,
may occur. ; : }
0 9rMd in ;uus capital or s *ner if oo flit fmthieI nd," 51,973 Uenien, ._iaw, *_ ejd! _,a. difiereptdrictrinef. :; who it ia !la.ves
"I faith of which Pki do, in this event T, ,Would she declare Ul"I *hnn___ __|Ofit-w-M ir -vr.__ ',' u '> wnenthey 1. time :lw1 n. she' authority to''make .one ia a.f regular tJlr ,
a we against America, on'the strength.of the from!Germany":and &4I5 from ScOUand. pewuade.iDv.lIU1at. whole -,\riu- pl dg HowinncK: >H'f the UnittJ States of Amerit>i ood : a coaa..to. .review the ;ground, '
'whole iumbe' oT not .i VTe'wbd'are'iiow :' Daea'tOl'al t tin buLalltheBJeanSi.rcquisJta.to.the -sometime&.uDj'1 ltha
.' she' ban been lately .building The persoM ; oratleast bnV'e
of Brazil forrachange
the W sufficients ,
Emperor ; reason ;
jesty >
believed o.tbi frnoeoc.al 1ntcrre.
her creditors' .'Brother" Jona iribs17tited StiUes,is ascertaiament ccldde4 ,JTbave .
; money modification of- theifppinioas '
thea* jDonejDth H.! I-f' A \ ;- '
; of Rid we guspect,'would mightily chuckle to be Nearly foarmillionaVof bewrtn ; ;b i1 j tohat gum-tave inot rbeeni receie4'and.njis'not kOoome.n1emorable'this. : : ;
eveflth city day of January j III" ;in.the < notion.and immediately:,.ize" Paerto IIIDd'a fifUrof, ,the'wbole pulatlcm.l : ln:the1MV22Sftf that, i1:49 Very essential.la this Cme,f because Ttw, 'the1tfndplndn eort i iitthcn.whatisL'asta'e] \.;Ia.ago
twenty J ivialQnebec : a. 1heaniowit"thd15flO5tWoftby'tit 1tleat li&iue..tli: ci -
*of Lord' thousand eM ;'ud perhaps make a daah oat the Phil- yearen4l g Sept. 30 'small''minority .tm whole mass of t ce.s19Q
oar one 'S1.'J besides very the oriofthDistr1ct
the foicrfv belong
eNowVr48iri' '
'. I ;; but the Spanish Government wool geriapivedSnibe itV the1101'tLtd.? AJfeMt-r$* tonsideratiobs
ony.Sne.: ,ri JJ : ie! 4 Th.jle o t 'jrgiDla.l'heel. are .A.lf aajich-
iendefthemielffllO ridieuloiuwNo those : 136.1 OlatisflsIettLjlthat ground ttpbOiiwBkh bas fhii.liajwlityoitthi :
t' '. ; .'Tb eit1 tattti1irlt 1f1h 1
Dn '.T01f 1
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, the hour of their distress"they would pite :92,881 were fe1n les-'VO'tti s onlf 39,2 99 id, ottJi ll 1b'1M in; par q|:tbe...Uaited JStates to_pay a pec.H ,mo! Petersbnrg Ud Nor.a.nrll9C.tbe
VISCOXDEIt J t Q.ra Ii'' ( landed fn f18..r riit t r 'fietl the del* Texas b not new ? ;ami tijat! tp pol andLtona
look abroad for s ccor. -' :A i at'litw ,, .- .,. ', 4 -r tt..t irjt9ryI'hntj : rtlonpf t'
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rod qp.
And U-the saidt e -,'I- ,,\ t9.J J lomeT1 whrcff'r-haveiisainf and pedta "otberpq fi .
The"writer thinks that, .4nthi event, sbn et JIlt' IJQIte4 erjfactqd aIfi1e fTI. ; 'IthV one ti Mrt t.
,r Wen duly ratified on both'1'part*,*od : would call '"upon; Great Britain,for:in i847&nlpl29,85irIf ;ft, den V$ 1l\fhith ais d : iJ iperbapsist i agaio' onilOTncedto a* opinion atertaoied[ 'l Let,11i4isla.'ved r. l wbo4. .' 3odlectsb
i 4 .tpeetiife ratifications,of, the, tttns":_' : and that the'appeal would'be an Some think that the accesswn of .popJjo isibl I .b1he#it='it ist ; r by Bfl&rtttnlit it4e4 npon-pnncipv 1ii&Ja1'. illVjrg ilj. .sfJo

,ebsjiicedratWashinjtoa"QD. 'e etgh .e Joh Ball taking special care to stip tofil&p 1T JJj I..m IOOD but c I_stli, 1hatIIDJlt|JHl teheardIotI oi truth aod-of eterpal justice.; ;Twas(bpwg places; lu.b 1D.AAt$ an4"e.rta.blib \
day Janairy, one thoosind*iebt for the payment f TiU SpaiiuU'-bond '& J"liW'effPJ;: 9a! iroul-1bjedip3pRycd y nfl thitnc.e 8 Independent Power; recognized aa sunaaV clibr I (8jailn.M.ju.ua 1 s4Z9iUfl41ourna..

, r and fifty by John M. C3artoi! ,: be lent a fleet"and army;tp enable the !like.CermanjI'IT; ?, l* 0".'!? 1 seaan4 ouverse4: nhJrozn ll I tftb reat' \VJ 6flhe'ettrth4flfted tini bQC1f :aen" '

T ,. -State v(" United States\id to, wrest Cuba from ibe;conquering *mile 1 thp fiopolatkwi. woow 9oWMUm'n '" '. that bay has,"t ranipir*iaaJ"is transpiring I do I lo t 11. ? tt61 her to enable her toj r ]>ylQ\gt o.f ,ea "g 1JQub. _

: ;the Chevalier Sergio T Jdace&J i .nkees. ..When', we _t'.rut; : a1JI.takeD, ; :...4QmS 'p believe that not.within one foot of the if rf:. titb1b IcUiaaiDi \"be'yUed t ata :I lro Ci.theboof.th

";, traordinaryand Minister there will be Jimeieaongh to'..reckon If"I'. ": b. .f.F': ':' ,. e, \ r' to 4J/-UJr f'! sajeryevcfp1i .Mexico._., She" J4--t.hqee".. .:I ,.v.Bhe. o.'. g tJ!m the
") his majesty the Emptrpr' el :Brazil, u to.get h away Stan*uAt .4it,1..f.. .nJb ...m'UIL'ree' o f"" .' !edd1bCbeV&itPUTdl: td6nifl1bef to' iaks these thatforeigtflmports: you make most gbiout.JLqsIbbc* .tffli"fbOM'4 Utdepk -
.' i II'be; .sueJ
'. Ud iusTtloans'wereimade is ftit.
b'm: pecti : 1'' lation, Cn0TmOUI&fltWUsftfl4.ik1of : r' Jth1U1 w F' r blic tWn'tli B ,
;., U-, Nothf__-'c."Ch..hDfn" .Co. T.'. ._8th" f'i '. .subsisteoeellbascmli'fiOO mlio5.thA.r4.pnO4&. frjj. o t' 's :1orbe*i imbirsemei&t o( :. It ,ohicyet !&i1etn

.;. .: i* T$ ..PnDI .tne ;>sited of.t.L G j on te"i uL,,.resolution. : Gf.'Ib 4 e',,t..dO.. .,J .t At't 0 IGt''IIil t theUoa n;? .Thi altt ee7Ji g : ,slye, ,
. 1:: -of Ameriaa, fcavm caused,*fae sjaU were adopted appro j i 'gft Ihe/cbiirse. ar "" iab" ., .'4ift itf1 Itrir ion.t5'i} W7ner> a ;irecei and 4 expendl,3bcstnltient'Ol j Stat, s\tbtl; FM7 lctpitJt" wfan4:1batis : : ,

;r "10 b* **V f'tolJb&aI* rf Col. Btfro ;;!Ba gfa 14'uJ''poi.ting7 .; quecs! .''.'PPJ,,1., _.1DeI.-. .:.7'Yt'" : 1.DdlJr"a. i r.oh .her' liberty' and; her.UMtefpeod'enVe : &J!bomioaUor1ha2 .,3&nQ OdZ'. ,, ,. .
.j- -Y' O ,' ao4 _,bilJt': t D- itr .' : :' j'After all thi -" l rjnbe KeTifi f trltO b fno *q hc.1ifr. ;.:',
k (! .. :.LWbJ1a"1l lI1 like. a ,iitt1."E ; wholesubject, nv > tK Unite4! State who tlttncefopiiro atc.I : 7- 'r----- ...
: didate of.the: _" ,;.; 9 ,.. "' f '- '}"". fi \thaH i5t fJ -? 1
faida'd.UaiW&aaeliQtitba; 1 in.1850, !. 1f .t"J :. cause, ,,, ", ':n" 4 tl''-T m. n.., '.-. _, ...' .r.. "", i ... f ji.y-.Jlf." J i! 14.;,' .
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The seventh resolution' !!relates to'a suV- earthly! -remains (the::venerated Tathefof t "District;-..of-"C t.-1 'would.'soon- -vanish.Ve -i:-;. tbefceorg&ibegan to. slip ,ahead, and'ii' Ther.are; a' thriving"'|eople7 out West!" Jation of the Constituibn which but in direct n-

ject embraced in bill nog'under* .' his '. ; beat. oub1esprehxisive zhat'theMorld wasforge"Uing'"there'wassnch with the principles pa our
a eonsidera. Country. 'fai.ii' portentous kat it \ Believe;'the fevb.owflslyesiierewould hours'sj iling'she ; he fic Helicon. plt.
tion by the Senate. It i is as fbHowft:: should'have been "thus presented to! me IWad !- -j"" = : '' *' milesi4 l as-averybea jind etching > 8te'as Indiana' system rests.Drgritfa. .
: it'a'sad 'of whatmight : :volun&nly hhnislthn,' and--rwe jThVGeorgia was father trial trip, the."IXmocratitf1 member of Legislature, I! '
happen Inef : P.
7th. Retolmf, That'm4rel fleetnal proTfsibnn presage. ; Secret Oeap'lo 9*In
S the
;ht to be made by Uw; aieordinr tvthe requirement to that fabric whichWaahingtbn's.virtue,. doubt;whether'yirgtniaX or A' t rt".would' oai-'fully realized the fullest'an; ticipationsln" -. now n ,session i ,.a ; Indianapolistook There died in par not long since.,

of the courtitntloB, for the restitution patriotism, and YalorestabUsheaT .No,sir, -interpose an-obstacle.to'tne e h 1"- to her speed. 'and quabbesas Responsibility of:at nl'' the. world by ruined the and who am
and delivery I rgr meeting on the 12th instant, by republic b
ofpero:: boead to service or labor no. It was a warning voice coming from Mr.-'CLAtfs a Calling a mass
in State' who resolution woilld at any candidatefor followed a busmessjiiriiurtive it
any mar escape into any other State the the in session to'nominate General Lane the a w
or T the Union. __ grave to Congress now to other tinierweieIle-recelye a cordial ,a One day hVra Teflecting 00 tl
itol'J.m beware to to reflect before they'lend sup.Mti.'of for the payment of the Florida the, next .Presidency. It w a' huge strange. .
0 Sir, that is eo evident! ,\'and'' has been eoelearly'sb themselves pause to any purposes which shall destroy port 'evenrlrbra5rtue-jBotttbV, : 1.1e.bi l 'passedlhe'Senaie"' 6n"tbe'29th gathering;as"e; .from*.4he.Indiana numberlese3brts.ga'if j .h hal: ae in vain to
wn by the debate which has al- t r State. Sentinel (edited by Chapman, the 'a livelihood.: : -
Alabama declared thesame ,
his '
that Union which was cemented by ,jm' day i:on nit '**.* .'( .
ready.takea place on the eabject,that I have exertions and Sir I impression i vs. Chanticleer.) 'Hon:: Robert Dale Owen was mind, ''he areanWtuP4th t n'
hope an which'Mr. "
example. resolutions-were
r # not now occasion to add another word. be made mind such Cui. ; ofer. ,. On the'31st, a Message was received from chairman, and some half' dozen or more : least one hundred bpkpntesone tenth

The last resolution of the series of eight that which may was made on on mine your by the recep-as that.the xist of,.slave} ,: bV President pf thejUnitedi'States; ..with i ,a JHonsn'representing the several Congressional this money belongs ibl pios wThWbIfiTh&( ,

is as follows,: | tion of this precious relic. I trict, for promotion of thie trade". from:the' relation to'the interference Districts in the State, officiated ascbairman faith in Iranian prob r : 'arc tq ,] {

And 8th. RerJred,Thai Conjrj M hat no power And, in conclusion, I ask Senator States"wasaa'epl6rableevir.The! ..- .'. rpr'1 t r'S-''-aUegd ,- vice _chairmen*', .etc.. etc., ,Mr. claimed. Now, of thefperrons who
every the jurisdiction -
to prohibit or obstruct thotrMe in ilavei between in fairness and Fe"wit Owen read a letter that was fo be 'addressd 'these nofes Three'out f1t..itsew'towj
the alareholding Xatet v but'.that the admission Ientreat you, gentlemen, seventh: and eighth...resolutions'willmeet of Texas'acid,stilting the'question to General Lane, asking him not to make hi! their no n #if will
the of accommodation
candor to examine plan hOlestf' Jo1trlel.
I exclusion of ,
elaret bro gb& from one into with who
a warm upportarnongaU of between Texas and New residence in California, make was
of them, depends exclusively their which this series of resolutions proposes boundary, permanent Oregon or t 1n
upon '
particular law*. .*' and not to pronounce against them wish to see the Constitution, preserved unim- Mexico was one,'that belonged to the Legislative but to come home to Indiana, with a view of dustry., Jle caused I brinteon.creia1.numbe ; .

lit: is obvious that legislation: is cecessaryr until convinced after a thorough examina- paired, and strength given.to the glen rather than the Executive, branch-ol. being"a' candidate 'for'President', in' .1852, of handbills ||> |/ )

; or intended to follow that resolution. tion. I: move that the resolutions be.read bands of the Republic.UEDVCTION .. the Government. -. Mr' Owen remarked that the letter; waunanimousll port:-' fl-: $ ,... } ; ,c'fU

S It merely asserts a truth, established by'thehrgnest and received. adopted by the'committee. UNa 1COTE- LOST-rHoWtaTV- -. .Ti OW- A RCW.IRDA,
authorityof law in this country, OP TUB REVEHUE EX- Intelligence- some' months' since Hereupon there' we-re" many_'''ltas'gven. poor man, father of A family, has 'lost
and fir confomnity; with!that decision I trust PENSES. in good: Indiana style..;Ne a bank note ien( hit Jtbe' Yeward of.'ha
there will be-erne universal acquiescence.I FLORIDA REPUBLIC. In pursuance of the provision.ofthe act from New Mexicorelated the,capture .o(.a and "interesting" addresses .(in toil,'some where veen' 3Iontrot ge' and *

should!not have thought it necessary to of Congress of March 30, ,1849, restricting party of whites by the Apache Indis and favor of General Lane for the'.'Presidency) Berey. The finder4iIllease bringit tqNo

embrace in tiM resolution' the declaration Thursday February 14,1S5O.STEAMBOATS the expense of collecting the revenue- from among,the former aMrs.. ,White. and her by ,Lieut. Governor Lane, Gv.Owen Wright at, ..- street, and >rtll b amply 'reward
and th Hon'Robert ,
whicbisemtraeedi i i it but that Wright, $ by the consciousness* having done. 'hilduty.O
JII I thought
Mrs.Vhte sister of Inaac
daughter. was,a
and '
after the "
1s January, 1850, to the sum the conclusion wbicb'tbe following resolution .
It migni oe usetui in treating ol toe: wboie AGAIN.The of $ B. Dunn, a member of the Virginia Legisla was unanimously adapted, viz: .I | ;
subject, and in. accordaticei;with the practice I 1,560,00 prannun and in proportion This notice,placarei4very: month at the
of our British and Amefi ancestors. occasionally three. "antique and rotton" steamboats. for a less time, retrenchment. $ ture. The appended letter from Mr. Dunn, ./fc,ofc J.'at the Hon;Robert, Dale Owenbe of the various corners of Pa> I procured for hs in* ,

to resort to, great run aomrt.r on the line between this place and Savannahare been.commenc; the revenue cutters are t was elicited by.th 'event,' but it, is melancholy rqued., Service to write,a biocpbie&lketh ventor an income of !twenty five hundredand .

principles and bring thfcm freshly and manifestly in a most interesting situation. The St. be.ad up and their crews discharged, the to say that since its appearance, and Joseph Lane,rer general circulation." three thousand fncnts, on which- -beok'. ,
before :
,. our eyetsj from time to time, to before probably while he himself is on his Mr. Owen was understood to the trived to live very comfortably..
avoid their being violated occasion. Matthews left here for Savannah week duties of the large custom-houses are devolved way t accept

upon any The ? !
last with ber shaft broken ,and relievedon less the scene of outrage, intelligence been duty assigned him, a he remarked, that : repnbiwhict4 f
't was on a number of officers, and ha should not the biography of General Lane rendered the los of $e bank,coles mot improbable -'
Mr. President, you have before you the the return trip by the O mugee. The every other expedient adopted to reduce expenditures received that the sTage while closely press exceed in thrilling interest and romantic I and almost possible, put.an I! \

scheme wtole of series of resolutions! the whole Gaston came down from Black Creek last t the limits of-barest necessity. ed, advanced in front, :their!pursuers with character that of Gen Marion it would be to this strange occupstiqnl ? M
and accommodation \
-, ot these distracting arrangement qUfStipnAvhicb I have week a perfect wreck, and the Ocm gee, Among others, our own little district has been Mrs., White, and butchered her o the spot : the subject.fault of No the doubt biography Owen will, and do it not"Brqwn.of.his;'. BISHOP-ELECT or$(taq1rl.-; R ?:

to offer, after having bqstowed on these sub : which left here on Friday last, is,.we under- require to assist tbe curilen by. 'surrendering HOUSE OJDEEG.TS, Jan. 8th, 1850. and now that Indiana has broken ground, \ilai'I.;Green,' i&.tJJ

jects, the most annouG, intensely anxious, stand, run on a sand bank at "the Sisters." its "boat and To the Hon. Speaker jtHos Reprtsmtatives it is to be hoped other had some of North Carolina. ;"and
consideration eves since I have been in this I The- occurrence to the latter boat was doubt I bad. : 0. of their progeny in Statu war, be elect of 1l Mississippi{I left( Wiknington'iasl! i f.
body. How far it may prove acceptable to The returns election in the First no week, after few ecmmanngbii'.
a dajra
less occasioned the ill-starred of o th Dear Sir:-I much regret that recent family coming "biograph
by backwa forr '
S both or either of the parties on these great presence District of connections here, for of IB Ju1Qr;
Georgia, to supply aOepresenta- afflictions. a most serious character, icl ofe every corporal, captain, } ki t
questions!, it is not for to I think the Captain of the Gaston who independent ktches" '
me ray. was an labors. He \ cofwecratrd"; af
in the service. :
tive in'pJace of the Hon. Thos. Butler King, make it necessary that I should repair immediately and mjor "Lfe .
it ought to be acceptable to both. There is A to have Jackson, ia '; ey'Cobb
fatality seems and
to the Western frontier, and short. Bring out your Miieppifl B8 .
far asbeard from favorable prob "
sacrifice of in are so to the
any principle, proposed attended his-late movements, and we should ably to anta Fe, to render all commence the } Polk, : J ;
any'of them, by either party. The plan: is not be surprised if the fates had doomed him election oi J. W. Jackson, (Dem.)over Wm.B. sistance to my unfortunate sister (Mrs.J. M.a interest and biogpbies. I nominatea It is a fact worthy.of note, .thai. ; ''

founded upon mutual forbearance, originating Fleming (Whig.) In two counties, Chatham White)and her little daughter, who are now Presidential candidate "out"in Indiana Otey, of TennesseetDisbci:; Polk-Loii.
in of conciliation and concession forever, for his discreditable attack
a spirit ; upon us siana. Bishop Haxtkef.. of. MissouriaiidBishopelect
and Effingham,1, Jackson has a majority captives in the hands of the "Apache In- %
not of principles- but of matters of feeling.: for indulging: in a playful remark. di ns." We find the following in the Green, Mississippi, art/all.; .

At the North, sir, I know that from feeling, ; That the public may.not. suppose the press of 342. To be ,compelled thus nxexpectedly to Delta December 23d New-rlea3 natives of North- Carolina; (the- latter,,.of...
.of : "
at least cherished dictatedby
by many as being mazzled by brow-beating in regard to tbesesteamboaL" The tfntbn resign my seat, and at a time when impor- Wjingoand BiAop Ffeem of(Ar- ,J;
considerations of humanity and philanthropy Washington which manufactured Believing as I do, that following fact : of
ant business be coming ,before the maijy years au
there exists a sentiment adverse to we give notice that our columnsare so,much thick wit over a telegraphic House in wi my constituents up are deeply would be useful to the Profession general} Parish! in tho Stat. J .' Rtor, .' (-
the institution of slavery always to complaints as to I feel it to be my duty to .'
open any in some of the first copies of the is to me a matter of .the deepest -- -I i-1 ; *.
Sir, I might, I think-although I believe intereste that it may, in your .-- .
this project contains about an equal amountof their management. We intend to speak out President's Message, ha itself perpetrated abu I acknowledge e the imp Journal you reach widely-ircqlate. The Pal! *n Ca*. :-; u
in censure of official misconduct, or in praise- which entitles author lance to myconstituents of having every A' tf* New York Trw:
concession and forbearance on both sides the to immortality this time I was called to eee Miss M.-, who wasrepresented correspondent b

-have asked from tbe free States of the of merit, whenever occasion: may be neces- not only with this world, but th rest of at presentative his post prepared(most particularly to vote upon at the several) to be dying from the lossof I bane,' akino {applicationThIch bail:"

North a more liberal and extensive concession mankind. which was by the cut of a been ,
sary. CupAincand.DAXici.\yKs--
Speaking metaphorically upon questions to come up during the next 20 blO cuse mJe t >
than should be from M.
asked the the
the slave sir, the hand of Providence points an. -, during a to defend remarks ,: .
question,it : days; yet, S' th prisoner,
States. And why, sir! With you, gentle- says that fit of disappointment cut the vein in hear '
men'Senators of the free States, what is it! The remains oi Mr. CHARLES M. CRTS- 1 the ship but weatherlthis tempest, out to me a higher duty to perform- of with a penknife, which not discovered The later. I ,amHro was bflerrf**
Lt far in lies the w
contributing, (as as me ,) to }
It i salt}
An abstraction, a sentiment-a sentiment, if LER, a stranger in this place, who died on and may defy every other Breaker. But rescue of bereaved sister and her little by the inmates of the' house until sly had I $20 Choate delinel .'.. frbtion. j' 1
you please, of humanity and philanthropya I this breaker is there. The has not become cold and On arrival on ake to
pulseless. my
pilot yet
the 6th instant, were attended to the grave daughter, (if possible,) from the hands of the of did'Pe
noble !*!sentiment, when directed rightly, been able to steer the ship. Gen. their barbarous I. found her bed and bedding1 'bathed Webte i'lf /
with no sinister or party purposes: an atrocious by St.John's Division of the Sons of Tem Taylor, he never was able to A P.Unurs caJr.Whist resignation the ['in blood, and this'fair young Jartrly'amo would boon ta Dr. Parkman,

sentiment-a detestable sentiment I perance. This is the first member of the in the storm. He wants experience; from a and pitiable object. 1 could miniser on entering 'V ebseo.ipora>was taken with

rather the abuse of it-when directed to the Order who has died here since the organization he wants confidence in himself; be has not, after Representative the instant, Washington permit me to,from tender to internally, a the patient m the the fever and of ," sh so. Itt>
fragments his body
accomplishment of unworthy purposes. I the to meet tbe crisis before 10t yond swallowing anything. I had sinapi
of the Division last and the first courage hi. yourself through to the membersof ep.te
said you in different places ia the building.,
that her
might ] and sins to andbethought
kfrpm you larger In the applied
more expansive concessions than from the time the brotherhood has been called on to first place this Palinurus i one of their the future Legislature, my eres wishes. for myself on the fact stron9'blood might be trial wil tf place'O theist,, ,of

slave Stales. And why You are numer perform the sad ceremonies due to a deceased Virgil's characters fabulous old sleepy happiness prosperity. caused to gravitate on the brain, and there March and wi b unquestionably one of,

ically more powerful than the slave States. member. A considerable number were present he who tumbled' intothe'sa while pilot I Your great obedient respect, by produce a reaction; to efec this, I had a intereiz! J! and. exciting crimwt

Not that there is any difference-for upon the occasion, with ng and in his descent secured himself ISAAC servant. cord pas round her fet raised to the trials ever oitr country. Te. .
on appropriate regalia ship which will be divulged at that ti startle
that subject I cannot go along with the ardent in .the infernal crnice the bedstead. She remained in : ,
: expression of feeling by some of my and accompanied the remains in proces- a abe regions. We this situation twenty-eight minutes before everybody, and die:confessions-jMr.=,

friends coming from toe same class of States sion to the burial ground. are very glad Gen. Taylor is not like the From t HoritKa*tf Journal, Fkb.9th. I bad however spasmodic twitching Webster at the tim he was arrested,:.will;:
from which I Vniovfi of But Good from'th T Seminole Indians, respiring se convince the Jury and the world isguilty.
come-not that there is any pattern a good pilot. says a her feet were raised;* her \th
; difference in valor, in prowess, in noble and Sin. CLAY'S PUOPOSITIOW. Mr. Ritchie, the this We are enabled to communicate to our becme a red and a coloration of the face ._ I_ '
patriotic daring whenever it is required for "Lt shipbutethr readers highly gratifying .intelligence'from rapidly followed. After the first u
the safety and salvation of the country, between In our paper of to-day, will be found the TEMPE and it may oh & the Florida! Peninsula. When we assure effort I discovered her pulse, though The Locos made .e'grand mistake i

-..., the people of one'class of States and speech of Mr. CLAY, in the Senate on The ER"-meaning, we suppose, ,that a tempest them entirely reliable, we know that I could barly perceive it with the s most lulling toshe means bj:which slyerM a,

those of the other. You are in point of 29th ult., in offering resolutions preliminary and a breaker are one and the same thing. that they will feel the same pleasure in read'ing delicate tuch; gradly. however, prohibited in Ci torJa., Ja, ,

-: numbeD, however, greater, and greatnessand to a bill for the settlement of the slavery "BUl the breaker is there." Where At whichwe, do'in and as soon as I r.' anything Polk, more th ,ODe man,; was.
magnanimity should ever be allied to- The Council at 'the 21st responsible that. A letter from San,
CllokoNikla'on by the month, I gave xxx grains sulphate
question. The resolutions will be found Hurlgate or the ? In the.White
gether. Tortug ult. was attended and quinine, and repeated the quinine in broken Francisco to the New York E"prearb
4 But there are other reasons why concessions embodied in his remarks, and are in sub- louse or the People who go to eight or nine sub-chiefs'of the different tribes ooMijalso spirits via galcsle warm. Ihad the Locofpcoisoj of.that. b

upon such a subject as this should be stance as follows : sleep over the rules of syntax may well emulate The result of the conference was highly the satisfaction of restoring this young lady, portation of .yourNew York Tammany

more liberal, more expansive, coming from 1st. Provides tbat California be admitted such characters as old Palinurus, but satisfactory! They'aU consented to leave aad he is now in good health,though itTa Hall Dragoons"-Col. Stevensou** regiment,
the free than from the slave States. It is, the Country as soon a they can colec their several before she fully sent out by Mr Polk. .
with suitable bopndaries, without dictationas they should the last to catch at the weks recover .
as I remarked, a sentiment, a sentiment of b people, on the terms offered by Gvr- from the extreme weakness to '
humanity and philanthropy on your side.- to slavery. accidental mistakes of others. ment. Bowlegs left the council for purpose had been I am'satisfied that she CCLTPRE or IS AnICA.-A treaty
2d. does COT
Aye, sir, and when a'-sentiment: of that kind Slavery not by law, and is of collecting his tribe: and wereto ac.
did lose has
tber not sixty ounces of blood. been Sywhich[ the Danish settlements
not likely to be introduced into of these The Political H that Jack conclude
is honestly and earnestly cherished, with a any DaU be about thirty \varrior with a corresponding She was however a and fleshy ffn the Gold
territories robt Afric
make sacrifices acquired.3d. The Hartford (Connecticut) Courant has .thr Ct Iav'
disposition to to enforce it, it proportion women and childrenof girl. been Britain.

is a noble and beautiful sentiment; but, sir, 4th.. Fixes Makes the boundary offer to Texas of Texas.of tbe following hit at the three Locoforo the Tallahassee and Miccasukie tribes,at GEO. M. SAUNDERS, M.D., that ther cede is r GreJ believe that,lae
when the sacrifice is not to be made those a-sum, Fort Meade on Peas Creek, about the 7th of a t
by in consideration of cession of her members of Congress from that State viz:: Corner of Benjamin and St.Thomas sts. suitable a supply of cotton'
: encurgennl'
who cherish tbat sentiment and inculcate it this month. It is believed that the Indians
but another people in whose and relinquishmsnt: of her claim, of New Booth),and Waldo, who were elec all the of very goo be obtained from
by situation it Clen will b out.of country by the last of: that part there,it now producedin
is impossible, from theirposition, t8 Mexico. by a liti n between the Locos and May. G. CAss-Te Washington Republic of arid i .
and to share aB! and every thing sympathize that abolish. 5th. Declares without that the it is inexpedient to Free Soil men. These three members have Great credit is given Gen..Twig for the a late date, thus alludes to the declaration ,by some the natives quantity, for very own good use.-BOstoia quality, l

belongs to them, I must say to you Senators and the, of the consent District of Maryland in since voted for Brown for Speaker, although wiso with which he has both made by Gen.,Cass, in the Senate on Tiresdayt Journal. !4 fer
people ,
I from the free States !it is
!, a totally difl rent matters
lomtic wards the close of his
: mjtaranddi entstedto speech, his .
the District-together with compensationfor he was supported antiWilmot '
.. question. On your :tide it is sentiment a a at the Council to '
without sacrifice, a sentiment without dan slaves Provie man by the ultra Locos of the have been in the, highest degree judiciousand intention to! resign his seat in preference to TiE GEORGIA NtR.AVan o
; ger, a sentiment without hazard, without 6th. Resolve that it is expedient to abolish : eloquent-his tone being just what was obeying the instructions of the Legislature correspondent of the says:

peril, without loss. But how is it on the< I the slave Trade in tbe District so far as Suth"THIS ft TUB JACK most eft'ective-both menacing and persua of on the subje of the \ ilmot "A pair of Georgia Burr Mill Stones have recently -
IBught from other places, HOUSE THAT a'ILT. Micbig. been received-at a mill in _
other side, to which,as I have said, a greater siTe. Norfo
amount of concession ought to be made in 7th. Requires provisioa for the recovery' of; This is Howell' Cobb the slave bolder The following are the terms upon which Provs Va., from Sav nn.h..? They 'have, e
scheme of fugitives.8th.; of Georgia. connexion with this subject we may considerable formerly
any eomj/romise the Indians consent to each war attt4t
In. the first place, sir, there is a vast and Declares that Congress has no powerto This is James Tmpsn. the ProSlaveryman to receive ( emigre goes on board mention'tat the Washington correspondent of stones \\ ( .auci ;
incalculable amount of property to be sacrificed prohibit slave trade between the States. who Voted Howel Cobb tbe slave riors $500, each Woman $100, each Ledger, in bis letter of but Mr. HoY of SaVaunab;made"the .

and to be sacrificed,not by your sharing The spirit in which :Mr. CLAY'S proposition holder of Geria child bt). Bowlegs himself will receive the 20th ult.,after foreshadowing the contentsand cover 'Georgia Burr' bed, !
in the burdens This is Chauncey F. Cleveland,' the positions of the speeh'of General Cass to supersede tbe foreign
common but exclusive of about and two or three .sub.Chiefs: : ;
is made and which
you. And this is not all. The social intercourse breathes in every Free Sailer of Connectiet'who 'rated for about 10,00 They are to be provided with great distinctness! ..and stating with stones are fitted for 41-2: feet circle,'weight
line of his speech, is characteristic of 'the only J less accuracy the precise that.it about 1600 each, and cIa
habit Jam ;
safety, property, life, every PSlaTr m with rations for one year after their arrivalin pund" ar superior '
d thing, is at hazard in a greater or less degree man, and can therefore not be exalted by votd for Howell slv holder: Arkansas, and to be guarantied in thpossession wouldoccupy'in.the deliverybresfowW* quality. ,
also I
in the slave State! praise. But the question is of Georgia. / of their It is estimated) the anticipated 'order of performances
one so negroes.
engross- This is the Free Soil Party of Connecticut: in the'matter the General's resignation._. The New York \\Coinmercial Jdnrtuer
Sir, look at that storm which is now raging that the reader will all oilier Xtbat the whole coat of the removal, ,will. be '
before you, beating in all its piti. ing merge consideratiohs who voted for Walter Booth,tbe abolitionist: about $225o00Nouca This we put ujton records' says that among the:;discharged 'ironTthe
Feasly upon your family. They are rage in the into the merits of the plan for its who voted for Chauncey.Cleveland the ."Mr.,Cass. will avow his resolutions to N..Y. Custom House,was the son

South. But where are your families, whereare settlement. For ourself, we formed an expectation : Free Soiler of Cnneccut; who voted for sleer an independent course. Being instructed lector-MAxwxu., who:'was acting ,0 C .
MARINES. letter from O
James man T Key by,the Legislature of his State to vote the clerks/ 'S.I
your people, Senators from the free of something more original from Thompson 'Pro-Slavery ; statisticl ,
States? They are safely housed, enjoying who Cbb the slave hol- West, written by Johl-. Hoyt, Esq.to El. for the W.lmt Protl whenever it shall be I_ .
tbe mind ofthe statesman but the .
all the blessings of domestic; comfort, ; der nf Georgia. wood Walter, Secretary of board of underwriters ate to a bill, and believing in To STOP ; of
.- and qgiet in the bosom of their own families peace want of novelty in his views only convincesus This is Loren.P. Waldo, who was supported E. : .of instruction, he will not jo.gaJnst common lIovsE How.-Tak, 'pag.
; says, bad soap
Behold,Mr.President,dwelling-house still of the difficulties which encompass by the Free Soil party of CnnecLct;whc ,tHese instructions; neither will he and rest assured te' will have i
.."When the coast and the thoroughIlghtl.of you may you
survey i
forWalterBooth his conviction
BOW wrapped in'gamtg. Listen sir to the the The first resolution TOt the alitionist who vote against and the duty 'he further trouble
subject be '
may for Chauncey F. Free ,,the Florida, reef, both of which* owes to his'country.. ,So' he abstain frmtba; quarter. Itf
rafters and beams which fall in succession: said to be superseded by the actual ,' eballbe wi equally effectual rats, ,
., a
amid the crash 'and the 'flames precesof Soiler of Connecticutwho, : lor James nw progressing completed, from voting altogether,and bis seat. and '
,- higher and higher; u they tumble ascending down.- events in. California.. The, second is',a Thompson the Pro-Slavery Toe mn; who voted the two prominent. causes of wrecks will: b It,is the prevailing opinion,'however,among at t J'_ : 1..

Behold those women and children who are mere hypothetical proposition. The third I for Howeil Cobb, the slave bolder'of. Grgi removed' The:,:Tortugas';J light ,b' ben ,members, 'of. : both _,political parties, Free "
much but it still' NEW MIXISTSR: TO N. Y
r- flying from the calamitous scene, and.with and fourth imply the consent of Texas to ; ._ _,i. which Imprve bepromptly.ee alteration: Bier and all the',. that Gen.' Ca'S personal Tribune says that .-C8u.--e" .
: : ] a heart Nll G
t their shrieks and !
lamentations generous
44 imploring the certain conditions, to render them operative, REMOVAL oJ ZEzoiouyaoIiaGi.wit.The !. the light on Garden Key4earsNE.: by 'E. and res1t.of ernor .Tennessee *.been selected
aid of high Heaven. W hose house is that I great of cause
I and in this are'rclieved of all objection to E. a large part of the power of the light manners-wil President for ,.Minister Plenipotentiary'
Whose wives and children are they J Your on removal ,the Free Negroes, .is a ; ; hjm.to be instantly. _Senate
in the free'States!: No; You are looking the score of attacking the sovereignty of thai subject now much, agitated l, in. Virgiiiia.-i 11.lo by'a :narrowdoorand, the .W of b y :the iture' into whose:bds.he :'TiCe.ART1IV1P.BAG3IObama. II 1$|.:, ',: ...I,Ala

on in safety and security, whilst the conflagration State. The fifth is perhaps the.most impor THe Richmond Bepublicansayi; morJ'Japs..nd.eefrs." :' vt ship would anrrnderhi trust. It is als be.IiiTed .'"t

,-- which I have described: is raging; in proposition. Its phraseology should be lieved that the'majority are idle:' it.i..b. light m bore E.',N. ,judged.he the' w be offered by Gen.: Cass, Liverpool correspondent+- ; of the< v4.The Charleston
the slave States, and produced, not intentionally Jighto. for:bis course of;action, will prove general
by you, bat produced from the inevitable radically changed;'for if engrafted a bill, and exert a"evi influence, and.in reference 10 mies.of The three light' kept on I. lyeetactry.: ;, Mercury write*E?'; "";' ;" '

tendency of the measures which you'haTe it would assuredly defeat itself, by receiving to their being it very coolly reasons' .ae faithfully,kept,,but the power o "And now, gentlornln cotton if .
thecondemnation instead of *. s a of their light is by no means,what it,,oughtto this Vrilh. .
adopted and which others have carried the consent, follows: First principle yon year part another, ;
be.t The stationed
far beyond what you have wished. of Maryland. Who are the upeople of the light ship \,near_ .SandKeya MiHedgeville correspondent of,the I less than 15 cents, rorin all ',time -.to-come
old ,and the '
"If these be light Te
people cannot they to
acres *
c In the scale then behold sentiment con'Td for less than 10 l will deserve
one ,, we furnishes dreaders 1r2.ents'yoa
Columbia Jlepublioan
District; of and what have theseas show is ,
'sentiment, sentiment alone; in the right are there not spots the immense misrbleSe yessels 'bvebenJoad Svnna resolution to be made pack orsea .
h otherprop'ertythe social fabric, life, and all they, as:a community, to decree the dispossession domn'of the'Unit States where they may l cargo, by n g. wit! : Uowng'. : offerd by :ter,and to wear.tbejchajns of ior1)aoh.

that makes life desirable: and happy. of the property'of any of. its members coloie 1f Mint ,'or"other,territories Sand g ent to build a light house' on I! in 1847. ; .,Itmaybeinstructive to: Sn pare t nally to which yooha{ s tawelyr. abmit.'

; Bat, sir, I find myself: .engaged much beyond t Probably not one-twentieth, of them te Kortbnatther; is surely: room the humcane.to-'replace th&oieilestrOyed, of by the principles. there laid,down with those now ted for the l ten jycars,, ,.Restrain' ,rather
what I Intended when I this torthe'athe-No ; \profe sed oII846Thclight8; : Cape than cnltare. .Heave ahead
; ;
came established yourj
and the terms soughtto.be by;
are slaveowners, by of the resolution Key West both prressiTeDmocrrJn'te
are good ,
: from ?objec t Flora very I oth. '
morning lodgings, in the exposition: bla.'cu1notj a ., your'manufactooiayaadjeitabUsh
with which I my intended these resolutions ,they would be,forced'to; submit, t their colonization i trtore.."\.:.. : arc on the,. spot,and the ojfer-, Ge itgi:; wi yon kaIr .Itftteoyears

: should go forth to the consideration of the through sheer weakness,'to the will of nine We'.huld'rerfto see'' ,o ators at,work"erecting the :i.iron pile lightboose over two minc.,hrv elapsed' tat something ;the er af hae a1 forty 3lx ;,of,population and

world, I cannot! omit,'! however, before 1 I teen twentieths of Don- y hoders! or rebel neg !, ,the limits oL'on r oa, outer Carysfortreet.Jt'istoWplacedonLthe .ed of'tbe..reef, :within promulgation.; of- the.Dow'.dse prin a home market of our CoUon,';u
:. conclude which,relating occurred an !incident, a thrilling incident against the .enactment. There is'no occasion repobJc.j; It would ,only prolong:'the{evil quarter mile,of, the gulf stream ; \it. is cpJe'of,.the head .b prepared fore] ; Ephraimites OTC -
prior to leaving 'to"b will be that shoultieven their. r'
my hardly expected he
ad idl
anyuiiovineninregrt1 to the DiY which iow; eiiitwbereveriti is attempted (powerftti 1 light 125feet ,
lodgings this moAilng.A I ftted..1it .! '
my I t recognize himself less .. it i'' f t
; 'man came to ,ny-room--tba same at trict of Colombia at. the,'present time;r but 'placentae. "i'r1, an equality: with 18 -L: ". seen. 25 miles"frm.the. .mast'' ,"he that party-should;; npw-r-miich a ," 1atform" ,- "We{ '-L have'recwvH-Jte,.following v aragu.

: whose instance a fes"*days ago I presented a whenever be'.c menc the'fact admits bJt ::', ,:! ic, o a.IP, ;J___Y'i_':"_4 _'J j*_ _'! of 1 long ttaadlinf.! aerlt.any J>emortic lar epistle.. 'ft will J;beti.tbatwbayelost

: memorial calling upon Congress for the par of; no 'question- i"" but one fairway feasible promlae,1whfch 1 negro c. '',::'THE'DEBT 07 GEORGuamounts i..iS28.; principle (except,that of the: !,' ). rOUt : a ilbs .\awl all,be nsitbCSolcoa': :, .'"..- ,

: chaseofMountYernoziforthe- use of the wi'thin the 'ii't&'bbehefitted te 000. edusiv 'a liability for th lat two .will be an end of at V 9t C .e d
: .and without bang at all to dll e'a1.er 'b1.ftlonizto.P "prty'rYneu .
public- aware Bank : estimatedsnnmf "chaos ,shall ) istw Eddy'tori i ,i's': .4'4e.-; -
; what purpose:,.J entertained. in the dischar of the District,.a tht i by first obtainingthe "Ethiopia, ;"shall* l : :swarthy; whicb, ,'to''h ,: ?the:IState,120,0;, !: : ,, Lpedj5kOflUflU tey KoorytraIr"(
"Wlt'talv aJ
::1 of 'my 'public' duty to 4y. be said to me: coDr.f.Vjrln and; Maryland"touch: arms.?. : :. :Whc.t1 T1! his''message,"recom- ,."BtxtvediTkiA: as a' fundamental.fprinci: : yn duftl inten;2 maky ASruuJI,.am
"Mr;Clay, I beardyoizmakearemarktbe ing the freedom ; .Iinmel m'ade.- 'in Our political creed that 'not 2.to bttre : ',
1 bfnd..tt provision.be pIe ,
other day which fodaces me to suppose that Y4 teD ,' ;Nc YOkJ ti : appt ; Ia .partiagIoa.3-
a precious'relic in: 'ray. possession would Jw of the I \ves witho'the..District from! their G"s : !:T.tn.w. strongly:urged,ion'othetevenue'systemis on the ground of the tiona1igbt fonint..C tatioD'id have'pfth : Goverii- '..". A-1--- -t '

acceptable to you." 'JIlt'then drew;oat of I owners$ tm' &the lattlr may oe American Georgia, built ; Sty;Jd unwrtajntv; the'existing' ineqai-t. meat whichtheymay think- ; Experimenis inturf1fli.Vc&U
his pocket"and.'presented to me, the object willing' to''emancipatetuem'! : is false to' Lnrl.l.got op m'-daIor Uiu The? '9fthCpiOnta! :, 'and bst lclate in Georgia haveresu5tai5saUsfeetorily;? Hon.

which'I now hold ia my.hand., And what, assume a'right(in"any'.people"I. to beoniulted 8';hr,s.:,She ;linis, aU! the 'a<ir: vbn'; property.'triDgto:; to'&ccure1beiibertflprosi'erty eis*and id nfar uty, no"*,other conditioniijmposid f EviS.IJPLToxhass-esr .specimens .of

Mr. President, do yoa suppose>> it is I It is a I except :those,.whoown the: staves, ready about,the, MaiJsteamerCana4s its just.value;are'features'of'" ) byjhe Federal Constifuborf6naStateln his owusmannfactuWf teods.ienteriflrlargely
fragment of' the c.omn'.cfVuhington-a ; : :wasstarting4orEurope4Joth: ;:: ; recommendei. The Btate almost 'order to be? admtt! id ;''into;;this /,\heibusB4M of-sagar.raisteg'
fragment of that coffin/ in" which now repose 1 If[ Congress,would take this just ground,the steamers started, oat of. the fiarbor.. :together, cbmplete.d"claims; I :1rpow U ion? xc i't :that7 tbtf'fajpositionJofany He thinks it more 1IObIthaa! '**

in. silence! in sleep,. ;and speechless! aU the difficulties of th .questionof slavery .the each'with! *a full .head oif.steath.:," Very soon io,the Messae.''** *' :'.' other. .by Cngres would not only be a tio- or cotton. '?, .?f' !' .

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Economy; ; > .* X1SOO .
The Walnut and peath from the same 3faniah ,
neAncientLat., ynnje< 'a +* & + country. y ; 1t.vrAaaAMoRE' .pYeIi4ajg.4. I mj King,tleoM. bioplVr Mrs. CBAUCS Wzstxr* tV airr .

The citron, from Mediaf.The'fininee 4 ; .* .Wi'A.-BRtNSON- ; ,. ? *t.t '. Mine PA-LMOTnttT. -J(! i' tRevTirbAs4RAettt

from the island of Crete. I* UXTING Sara! L.Ptmtf,AU> in faet Met I' : ,. -. Agent of Llizabeth Skrfton and I till in' Mrs. ESTHXB AL-S Beort > < 5T
Tbeeaesnot from Italy. = S. THOMAS ; : }
Administrator ef Mary;:Cortfe Chancery. [Mist Rrrciuc, afterward sUr .
1)4 IL *
the native ., ,. .
Of forest trees, majority are dea'd, and Arthnr M. lte.ijsd.m ReV.3JAXXS Rosns.I.. v,' -, 11

plants., England; except the pine and i S, mini8tntor,4 of.ioha-Fnut,do- Master JAXKS Rooms, a bhD4 *erra.Y areir'ajre .
LoriechesnUtthejormer of whichwas .. 'Je1ttUEItTflAE. ; gn.- ; APjORTH the ceased State, and Philip R. Yoage, of the only per on J now '

brought from America, aaJ the latter f from ; v f .Georgia, and"Tho present. I j r '
.y. of.ir1OtkEIetutOt1Jt.jghe H
Cjtrionrof.* fr-v
sa 5
Thibet But the of oal P.WteOAr aI' }
greatest variety t Couissiocta or DEnDS furAlabama : IlP. ,. Frarer, Her. ALKAXDJMATHrakk-| -
other fine natives e4rgi .,4,4 t : ; do'ddefend,., '
and timber trees, are South Carolina North ?" i1til.cltts.: S t. itoaxi? C. BLacIttZT' .
North and South America, Carolina, Virginia,Maine fl -TT appearing U me by affidavit that Philip KJ3. .Key. Jon* BH-UBBITTV 4

The hurtleberry is a native 'of Asia, Europe and Pennsylvania. '&, : "* .I ; c a# *. ,- fJ'V: \ 't TEM4Lr'e.4 S in. \oagr, executor' ,'defendant in the bill filed- ,Rev. Tuexas Baoannnny t .. t q

Jan. 1, H30. *; i iy cv ... :*v- .. .* iii tbe above cause reside out 'of tbe 'ts.ef- list.( xozaa Wntiyin. 4'f'i -Si54 4t
and America. ,
? ., ,. ., .5 / J.qtp0p.4L.41 ,, Florida,to wit,:in ifie State of Georgia Bet.Joursw F.nzoaso t. It.
d that
The cranberry, of Europe anl America. General Orders.EanTarerr. Ji i1-! its t \ \ 4 ;: $ '&v; i the eaid Thomas -'Napier, executor, tie:,, also re- JOHX IIoitTo.T, Esq., one t1s0tx S. to ct"S

tqs a. DtlfLIrj; '? sides,oat oftha State of Flan J to wit, ia the -1i''WattzyYs Wlfl .is4 4? .

The "New York Express" states, that the :. i: 4: SS state or New York .. Dr.Joax Vftanxta, M.giiar'.
TallahasseeJFebraaiy 1 1950. : it iiordtrtrl; That 'saidf eian and Biographer. !
Wetmore* defalcation, afn>r dedactin* all d'fmdanU appear and S .a 71'
Touchers, amounts to the enormous sum of AN ELECTION is bereb;ordered to be held S 4 ;' -- .- SS first answer the mid, bill within four months from the A Medical AIIstanttO Dr.WaKrMaa i>; !ew

the Socoud Division of the Florida Militia, : : takes publication of thi* order;otherwise S it haU, be r Agvn ior tbe safe oif tbJ* fc Wvnk of art, ari.
s17oeee! on the first Monday In icmlcJ and pro cmfenv + wanted ia of the .
ttiifeC *
April Dext at the estabiuhed'reputaiou S rIt every part Utetf'F
places / f
__ '
____ _______ S ufurtktr
appointed la* for the-election of county officers : it has bee,- n cd. ,biseJ entirely"on town" .% ,.' S be publislied !orderedf Tiat a copy of this order farther particulars addrew t f i ,, +:*** 4v
fECLLLOF .M*. BODWCO.- The Washing.toa for a Major General to command 'said Division ( which.its upeoor.efficacy h.L alons>n< merit,, Eastern'Circuit n of fome ntwypufer-prinU'd in the OLADDLN'G,It IllGGlN I'ablisheii .

correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, to fill the vacaneyoccasione by the resignation I te victim of hereditary di'Mse. with a.ned. ,The"un-H :. S week for four months.the1 tftaw. of Florida once a Methodist Book Store, NS. 40, North Fourth ,,
of General Jesse swollen! (lands, i I "-1 Street ' **
roo- "
Carter, Philadelphia. |
varslhat Mr. Bodjscp haa actually been re- -' smews; *n4'bom>s half carious hns been f H
Officers commanding Brigades, Regiments, Bat S i and vigor The scrofulous restored to health DOUGLAS, :Tbl "Elet nt Ei *rariB* wlll''b f'fbt .i
called and that his improper ana undiplomatic patient covered with ulcers >bed7 .
talions, and Companies, within the limits of said I and his attendants, bee been made hole. ,lotthsoine to himself .JIge,4c. wholesale and-retail, by the Methodist Book Ee**. '
interference in the caseof, tho heirs of Division,*re hereby required to carry into effect nopetessly for years under cutaneous and glandular of persons, who bad proan.4 >9rEC ;K Si BAKES, CantpTt. Sdkfn. & tabIishinea0MaThevry. Ns.Torsat

Ko lio has displeased; the Emperor.Obituary. this order within their respective command, and 'and many other complaints from disorders, chrome rheumatism, Jacksonville,, Ter. 2fth.I3&9.-decl3.4in, S by their Agent throughout t IiIedMate*.
make returns according to law." and the eircnlaa'on. have spnng.ng a derangement of ttie secretive organs Thepnrcha rsot this 'Entfaric ; wilt plei 4

It is also ordered that those persons who"acted as i I I t1 J with regenersted constitutions been raised as it w ere from tbe racfc of dux-a*e, and now, IteYoCUonofI'ower- of Attorney. bear in mind that this Plate bs be&n eKgrKv d bye r<

Jn pectors of the elections held in October ultimo, I:t' preparation. The gladly testify to the efficacy this inestimable Mr. artaia expressly fortfc edltioau4 thi '

DlEfJ, ea. Sunday, the 3d iiwt., Acer tcs Jl.WisTEa for county and military officers,also act as Inspec ; i : residences, has been testimony of those who have been cured by its use, with their N OTICE,ia hereby given, that 11 revoke the- the impressions win,therefore/-nfl of tb.rd.er-
S of N. Y. tors of the election abore ordered. I of the published from time to time4 and were it desirable of Attorney given by me to Gregory der, and not such H are taken'from sreeadka1
Esq., Niagara C >July, most a-mass Yale.
Mem.-It shall be the duty ofthepcrsons boll- : era-helming testimony could be brought forward Esq., dated in the month of Maren or gsPtaIn."S f ,
On Thursday. 6th inst., Cu IULES M. CHETS- lug the elections i a the various Company districts, clusively its inestimable value. The afflicted, and those.who,have proving most con- April or thereab nt.l&l9; of Buffalo X. Y. to medicine, are invited to make a trial of not nsedthis acres of land; in the Arredondo Grant,ia Alachna S Mg1Z1U ? 1t
tEa, Esq., Attorney at Law, give ten days' notice thereof at three of the ; its virtues,and appropriate
benefit to 5i'
----- moat pubilo places in said District. which alone bestow. theinaolve* the county, jointly.owned)by. naul VaU,. John, .L -b'iri' 'r r %' 5 .
Payne,and the heir of X. Brush.
ffuiu.* O.unty Tar t1.eter'a Sale* THOMAS BROWN, Is l CANCEROUS ULCER CHAS.'W. BRUSH: t 'BEirrsiiPremiumiio QrARTR ntvw?
Governor and CUREDr OF'6EVEN YEARS* Exerator of $
Commander-in-CJiuf. ThIs cure STANDING. Estatd oPX. Brush
|Y Virlne tt AS office, 1 will ezpo I ia front of tke Court House door of Nassau S r good, July, IMS. :Owing to the late rovo1utiand eonnler-rere-'

oonty, on the first MondsyT in Jane next, so $1OO REWARDraocL.tMA'rrox i I: *. m-Centiemeni consider rt bnt **", ftrk, Jar 15, 1814.Mestr GODEY'S LAD&S.BOOK.FOR 1S50. lution* ainon .the nations offJuroiH, whfeb.h Trf j V'-
teach of the lamia owned by lh* heirs of \Vaterlaaa : folio*log facts ia reference to the treat benefit 1 nave an art of justice, to you testate the followed each other in such qufck ,sureMnoq, sad-

as will py the Suit tax tV e thereon for tho stinate I was CAKCIBOUS ULCER on my breast. received in the cure of en ob- fTIie of which "the end if not yrf,* le fcauins;>eriodicalsef -

year th9-4s1, S65 6Scts.-together win allnetMwiry : advice attended eighteen months by a regular and skilful physician. Uooi"of tLr; Ration?-The Oldest Great Britain Jiave,betwnut iarcatedrwittf

exrene attending said iuU, 15.921 acres ::1 : Il dti1, least benefit and counsel whatever.ot one All of our most able nod experienced surgeons afisted, without by the the Magazine in America. -publuKaf by'the a .dvgree of interest hitherto or'.oowa., They oe-

wf third rate Land, kotimlarMSjn qnVirowa. Said S! iu for five "KES in ucce,sion the various breast methods of treating cancer were resorted to. present Proprietor twenty yean-edited copy a middle ground between Ce hasty, disjoint, 4
land being and lying in said county, and returned ; :- and for six u: was daily syringed my with weak was burned with caustic three times a-day, lyMrt* Sarah J. Hale. ted, and 11.eiIy hnperfeef' records of th*'' *
to the Tax Collector by W.ijiiam$ Hickman asoneofth i A internal ulcer was. so large that K held a solution of mine acid, and the cavity or new.-ipapBrs*, and the"elabora& and'poaderoar itreatue

heirs ot Waterman.A. probed tbo ulcer and examined the bone over, and so-said ounce the disease of the solutjon. Tlie doctor Comparison between* Godey and the other- *to b*. furnuhed by the Lbtoftaa at.a fa->

J.RADPOCK' 1 to would the lonrs be fatal., aad if I did not get speedy relief by medicine or an was operation advancing, the rapidly 'Philadelphia JlonlJVt.IN tnrdayTliAmerican PuLfijhers' therefore, fj
Sheriff aiifl Tax Collector. 1 was advised to have the breast laid result deem it proper to call renewed:Wtf.Uon to these*
bat fifllme open and the bones l 49the'lAjy'8 Book 9i6 ; j.j
BY THOMAS no relief from examined which ,
; Feb. 1 4 1 3m3Iadisou BKOWN I w hat bad been done, and feeling 1 was ; gave pages, Periodicals,and the rry low prJtM at which .'
aa2 oaaty, rjf t almoftt(Tespntretl of recovery and considered rapidly getting worse, is 118 more than one, aiul: 113 more than th they'
Governor of Flnrida. my case are ofPned to Bnbseriben. The their*
I Seeing various testimonials nearly hopeless other foUowin* i* *
and Philadelphia He
Female Seminary, WHEREAS, it having been made known to !IMIt I were used, in cases, but,similar from to my own,certificates I concluded of to core try a by few the bottles use of, several&* SISSAFAIILH of which- gravings, among which.monthly.were twenty gave colored 231,'.en and listrix: -;? s..,

31ADISOXCOURTHOUSE FLORIDA. murder was recently committed .decided change. the long deep-seated character of my disease, produced no ninety-three full page-which is 135 more 'than* THE LOiIXN'QFARTEilr REVIEW,* **'-*
in the County of Marion in this State, by one until the tiiseaxe was Considering this as Uie only probable cure for my case I persevered one and ISO more than the other. -* THE EDINBURGH REVIEW. ,
ABENER J. THOMPSON, and others entirely cared. It n now over eleven months since the Gmtty't Ijidift Hook ISM shall THE A'OUTH BRITISH *
IV. li. HARTSOy, A. M., PJUXCTPAL. upon was'completed; there is not the slightest cure far surpass that K1EW. -j
the body of one E. T. M >bly, and that said iii, nounee myself WELL, and the cure enttrtly e/tcttil appearance If SARM'!of a return. /ikercfart pr.- 4 of 1S49, and exceed all magazines, past, present THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, .5 '
Thompson was indicted, tried, and convicted a. olhrr *udictiu of had SiRsiPinttA, 118 ISTITCTION the of Mr. any I.irig tAe tune I rt Ufutg it, nor kaee J Tic
ir'r re ,
S.ka.y .
therefor I flease rate
TI ,and fined in the of excuse this '
sum one thousand dol- long-deferred BLACKWOOD'SEDLNBhIMAGAZ1N.
flAcrso, awi.ted by ffr*. lUcTsox, was lars make. Your valuable acknowledgment, which I think it my duty to Terms-GM& in adcance postage paid.Jti .I
and imprisoned until said fine should be paid mpanlla cured me, w ith the blessing of Divine Ia these '
upeed for the reception of Puirils on the second and that t. when nothing else could; and I feel Providence, periodicals are ctiino1 the views,*
has myself under xrFICE3T \DEXrEXSnrE
Thompson from lasting PKEXIUMS.
escaped jail and : J obligations to I
3iaday in January last. fled from I !! say many things I cannot write and I do most you. can moderately though eleariy aM4brwIy'exprcisad'aof
From a knowledge of Mr. and Mrs. Hartson'a Now justice: t..L4: : have been, to rail upon me. ind I will sntisfy them respectfully folly of invite the truth ladies afflicted as I Subscribers to a Cluh, or tingle Subscribers,, the 'three' treat parties irl n I
superior qualification as wcB ns frftn the most of the ,State tkerffjrt, THOMAS BRoWN, Governor and many other tbiugs ui reference to the race.AAACV. as stated above, may choose different'Engravings* Whig, and Iladical "la hfroodj" and the .
andjfatjgfactofy of Florida, by virtue of the amthori- J. illLLEtl "London Qaarterly" are the *
ample testiraornfiU their former SIS Sullivan-street Tcp "Edinburgh
Trustees ty in me rested by the laws of said State, do Ii One copy one year three dollars, with any two Revlew"\Vhig and tbe'Wts&winster Reriew" '
of ;
embrace LI.
uccesfp rfcminary :1
the hereby offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for the : LIVER COMPLAINT. of the following splendid premium iJates,Death Liberal. *The .North Britijob K viw" t
it to the ewe*
opportunity recommending consideration -
apprehension of said Thompson and his safe The following is an extract from letter Bed of the Her. Joha NVeJey "VVesley Preaching iU .
of a received from Rev. William estaUubment to the last mest celiatiea
au l guardiaBa who he Galnsha .
parents desirous
< tuny delivery to the Sheriff of j: ;- ia the Owenap Amphitheatre ''AmericaJnided ;
of giving their daughter* or wards a thorough wid County of Marion. Blessrs. Btrkihtrt, ft., Oct. 22. 1843. < "Wisdom ** "Gen. ; movement Scotland, and.'14j not ultra in. iU ,. r
-Said Abner J. SAND1 have teen by ; Taylor and Old]I
Thompson is about 22 I. afflicted
with views ofthe
a severe on any one grand.d jrpartmant of ho-
and refined education. paw in side,
my occasioned "
years of age, of fair complexion, about 5 feet 10 (7' by a dise-ued liver, for the last twenty years : suffering at times hat Whiter; "Likeness ofthe Rer. John Wesley;** man it origteafijr
This restitution L> located in the immediate virility Iti\ i not w language can knowledge; was edited by Dr.
; convey; since 1> of his Co-laborer "
Ulung the
inches in i i > Rer. John Fletcher.
height built your >arsapanla I have ,
of the Tillage Madifon Court House spare sharp face, large no thai I iMve been itttle been greatly relieved so much Chalmers, and now, since hi* drtath, i* conducted "
one now, black eyes, auburn hair front teeth : last to attend to my business, and preach for the the last two, though separate engravings, we t
uf tie most duligbtfal and hcaUSiy towns in the upper ( fifteen months. 1 wholly discarded all occasionally by hi* son-in-law,Dr. Ilaaaa, aipociatad with Sir" S
J-,,. i ; SarssparriU other medicine, and thoroughly tried the count aa only one premium.' Brewster.
which I David Itliteraryjstaracser ofthe. .
leathern moral and country intellectual Laving culture a peculation eqna1.to of in high the decaycMIn Testimony whereof I hare hereto set 'I! ) 'm any way afflicted with can anv recommeud fpenes of scrofulous in truth and complain sincerity.to There all thiwe who are in S Two eojiw for fre dollars, and any two ofthe very highest order. ,Tbe *-\'s iujter,"thoughrtjm'nrrct 4 4
any ; have been above eaeh
to subscriber.
hand remarkable eifei-iec! some print '
my and caused the Great eal heSEAI bv tts tree Cadet that title
United in this vicinity. Mrs. I. Shaw, onjyjii published ia'
>tate '- [ Stats to be i bottles, was restored to better health by the use of six Five copies for ten dollars,and an extra of
] affixed
this 25th day of Jaun- thai* f-tie nal.efm for copy England under the title of the 'tiForelga Quarter
la this Mrs. ten
Institution the whoV> 4our'e of instruction W Stevens who lind been years; and the Book and two ofthe above :4.4c
A. 1 .
> feevcrely afflicted with any engraving* "
cry, Westminster it beiuxacta (
will be thorough ; and tlMJfupil willnot be Is50.THOMAS by tbe use of a fen buttles. Ervsipelas. wat entirely cured the ly aaioa
the Club.
Yours person 8en BROWN, truly, \VM. UALL's'HA.CURE the two Reviews formerly pnblisted and reprinted,
emitted to pas over any Jtfwtj withuat an intius.&e Eleven copies for noHars. and extra
twenty an
Governor Florida. m1 titles. II has
under h
rf separate <: .
acquaintance with it. "Jlwi will be especially OF A SCROFULOUS AFFECTION of the took and three of the |
the above '
By Governor-Attest, I' OFTHE EYES. copy any engravings *, by this combination, ff daithig ta one
tke Mathematics ease with the exceedinjtty fmptrUnt subject C. W. Dovr no, Setrttary of State. i: Messrs. SAKDS S :-Gentlemen Xoti/i Kitifstti. Ji. /, Octottr II, 1H7. to the person sending the Club. work the best features of both a* Heretofore iuaedTh .
in the diifrrvnt branches of January 26 1850. 31 '; -My little daughter nlien one olJ, was attacked Any person sending five- dollars ia, advance
-6w with a scrofulous humor year *'abore Periodicals are1 qtprated: 'iaKew
which pupils will be thoroughly drilled, and required tllj11ll I almost total blmdne in an her f.u e, whii.ii soon after eztcudea into her eyes,causin* subscription for 1330 and 1S51, will be entitled tony York Britufa. 'ij '4
1: one of them, and immediately on theirar4b1the ,
to give ths reasons for each stop in every two physician disfianng her whole f ce. i eraployea four of the above engravings.
calculation. i State of Florida Nassau Coaaiy. ; it all to attend her, who exhausted their atioost skill to give her relief bat steamers, ia a beaotiful clear try*, en fine whitenaper
proved '
useless, and finally one of them remarked to me that be had known of More and liberal and are faithful copies, of. the original, : PItlackwood'i
The CIRCUIT most
classes la Music, Drawin Painting, Wax COURT IN CHANCERY. 'S some sinking cares effected by SAND,' offers. S
fearsapartlla, and *
'. advised me to It. 1 ob. Magazine being ML exaetKunt(
; tamed
; try
Work, and Embroidery, w.ll bi ander the immediate James M array, 5 I 1m :; effected one an bottle, which she commenced using, and before n was all used up it had cur twenty dollars in advance, ten copies of the of the Edinburgh edition. t jr .
care of MM. IlarUcm ; anil there 5-t no institution ll.: entire cure It is now over four since she Book will be l
vs. > But FOB DIVORCE. I j. teen no reappearance of the was cured and there ha* Lady sent, and a copy of either ofthe TERMs) I
North or South, -where {\<&* branches are Susan Murray. ) i It gives me great pleasure to add disease that,I and can we are satisfied, that it is a perfect cure. above magnificent print sent to each subscriber 4t;

taaght more thoroughly or M-ierttafic&lly.$ TTTPON similar complaint. recommend it to every sufferer frnm any and an extra copy of the Lady'a Book and an 1fanums .
The strictest attention will be paid to'the moral vLJ reading in thif and filing the Bill of Corn: Respectfully yours, GEOJICE fiUBljNiON.nterARED engraving to the person sending the Club. They For any one of the fonz Erne**; S3 00( ,
plaint cause, and the
mad general deportment of tbf ladies upon reading For two do. I soar
young ; affidavit can in all cases select which they please. any u
of the Solicitor AND
whik at the time Uf of for the Complainant that SOLD, MKDI.ESAU: *%D CETAIL, or For three do. TOO '
same ,every ng a sectarian For thirty dollars we will send ten copies of the any }
the Defendant
influence will be as carefully awikUd. It,said it Ordered That reside Jn the State of Georgia, A. B. fc D, SANDS, DRUCGISTB AD CHEMISTS, Book, and thirty copies of any of the above en For all four ofthe Reviewi, J 807' '

.The scholastic year often mouths divided into the facts the said Bill be heard on 100 }'uiLTON-&T., coBsn or WILLIAM, Niw You. gravings. For Black! wood's Magazine, J 3(0 ;., q
'- two ,teutons of fi vc months each The first sessio charged therein, at tha Court-Hpnse in also by Druggists generally Siaege numbers of the Lady'Book twenty-fire For Blackwood and three Rerfeth, 907
the throughout the United
of Nassau
County on Wednesday the 22d States and Canada .
to commence on the second Monday in January Price $1 ttott'e cents. For Blaekwood and the four Rerlews, 10 oar
per Bottle ,
day of May next. : six for $>.
and end before the second Monday in Jane. tItttt The abore are large-sized parlor prints. The .
And it further Ordered- That a copy of this J Pa-jfrfltnttto be made in aS earn &
The second to the second :4
commence on : Monday I Death-bed of Wesley" contains many portraits;
bo in
in July, and end before the second Monday in'December. this District published for at least some three newspaper months before printed in "Wesley preaching in the Amphitheatre" cow PREMIUMS!}

Pupils can enter at any time, and said 22d of next. the tame hundreds of figures, and cost one thousand Consisting Of back volume of t& following Tain
day May
will only be charged until the end of the term.- TIIO. DOUGLAS For Sale in Jacksonville flvc buulred dollars toengrave it.ituded able works Tin j ,

Paptl* derive great advantage, fcoirevcr, by cnt J. P. S*TDEB OX. Solicitor for Complainant., Judge, te. ty J. FORilAN. ( by'1 LkIuifl" 15 5 Very large line engrar.ug BeIUie's2Lli.eD4sV I f1

nng at the beginning of tha term.Toung November 22 t and cost one thousand eight hundred dollars The Metropolitan Magnz4s4
lalics pursuing the FuTl courss win recehe 119. Ala fcna Connly Tax Collector' fcale.BY "1 nm a man, and deem nothing which relates to to engrave. *' General Taylor and Old Whitey ..cacLicc&tts .a&zzzzie. t I

diplomat of certificates of gra.loato.i.! CLERK'S OFFICE, JVatsau County. man foreign to my feelm-rs." is one of the largest of the General Taylor prints, London Quarterly Rene]f 1* 'e

coraJE OF STCBT. I, C. C. Bessent. I lark of the Circuit Court I VIRTrn of authority in me by law rest Vonth A Man liege and L* engraved* from an original painting at a Edinburgh Renew, p
ff.r the County of Nassau do hereby certify that ed, I shall expose] for sale, in front of the rrT1T; A VIGOUOUS LIFE, cost of one thousand dollars. The heads of\VesIcr Paris Qaorterlf Revwlt .
7lie coarse of rtndy is divided re classes.Slttdtet the above is a true of the original Order c conrt-hou door, in the town of Newnansvilte,on OR A1'reniatarc I and Fletcher are of a good size for framinT Hrtttuiintttr Renew: .

Th, of the Jure*te Drvurtmrnt, are oa file in my office.I copy as Monday, the first day of July, A. I). 1S30, so I Death.IKIXKELJN The above plates cannot be purchased at the Anyone 5' sabscribing to Blaekwood to S "*
Mental much of the la.nd owned the scores at ICM than three dollar each. or on*
Spelling, eading, Writing, and Arith- by following named
TIMOTT WHEREOF, I hare hereunto set ofthe Reviews, at $|i a year, ort, cay two of thtf '
m.I e. zn htnd and private seal, (there being no seal of pcntons. much, TIIIo ON SELF PRKS5ERVATION. Another Set if Plata for C/u/ Periodieab.at $5, will receive, gratis,one rolomtf *
; Cbut-Heading, spelling, Modern Geography office,) this 15th day Jannary, A. D. 1&50. n 6CfW are tract of land, known of of the premiums abore muaed. .
Grammar a, the Atkinson and Clark Grant between Cent An distinct'offer from that above learing
Writing, ariil Antlunctic. C. C. BE'SENT'CIerk. [i.. s.] lying Only entirely A subscriber to any three of tfc Periodicals at
,Second Clnt*-Arithmetic cooilujc.l Llempn- Feb.. 4% -3m Newnannille and Santafeeniver, nnd supposed to IrWlhia Bookjjnst published, is filled with useful subscribers to take their choice of this wide 57 a year, or to the four Rev1wp at $8,will neeivo -'. tlJ'
tary litany.Modern Geograpbn with the use of belong to John M. Derrien: aLso so ranch of the JL information, on the iii&niiiticil aiij disease range of preminnw-either the above offers or two premium volume* a*tlxire, .

the Glukea, Pan-ing Lxfrti e*.] llmtury of the laud owned by the e.'tate of D. L. (lineh. advert of the Generative Or-rtM. It afldre ses itself those we now propose. A rolwcriber to Blackwood aad ttree Review* I

UoiK-d States, U'axUoa the icd, Rhetorical Tax Assessor's IS'otice.ftTOTICE rant, being within the' limits of the Arredondo alike YOUTH, MAMIOQ1) and U LI) AGE. Every member of a club, or any subscriber in at $9 a year,'or to the four R riws, luid Blaek-,>

1LeiiDgS1iig, ami defusing \ 1 IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the (,rant, and lying near I'nine'n prairie also FO To all who apprehend or suffer under the dire any other way, shall each be entitled to the four wood, at $1U,will receive three-pqHnioa rolame*. _

Jmuar tttudirt-Algebra, grppliy of the JL t undersigned will, in performance of liiidoty much of the land OWTMN!. or formei ly represented coaqnencet ot early orpnjlotigjil injiscretion.- following beautiful scriptural plate "Christ Ccmsxrutire Premium nlumn ml be frhlit>lleben 4

Heaven, Worcester' llUtory, Jiualvti'al Bota- as Tax Assessor and Collector of Dnral4Jonary by S. D. or I.). .S. Corbitt, being part of a tract of to all win feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary Rebuke **Christ Weeping 'Over Jerusalem," prorttcoble, bttt to prtentt Vr'xtfl>oitmfmt, snhmbtrt ,
ry Parsing in the 1'oeU, lleadji$ Loiay Writing Fla. l land known as Levy'.30,000 acre tract; also ection The Two alary at theAtyofchre," and the De- t5
attend the precints of the County, and bdiwful bal.it*-to all who addition to ore rtquttted to order f 4 UK***! difrr- -
(daily,) Gompositioa Wntufg.tsentyf assessing of Taxes for the present year, on the 2, township 11, ran 'e 1 ), section 14, town&hlp jdeJininR physical energy,are the victims of nerj Jiverance of SU Peter." tnt wanb for premitunt tu thiy Kty rt tore rol> ,
tUiiditt-Getimetry, Ai tbra eonolajcd. days,following:- .1 0, ran e20, section If, twnsbip II, range 2i, j VOOT an Trignnonetrr. L j5e Intellectual section 12, township 11, 21, levied a jtbe > remitted direct to the publisher. '
Chemistry, (> At Black Creek the 13th range upon JefiKindcncy. Dr. K.would ay- ,CLUBBEfCJ. \L ,
on and llth inst.
of Isaac Final also section ( The Book for 1330 will contain several
Pbiiewphy.Moral Fhil eopyN'tirali'LiIooiby! property ; lb. township 1tEAI)TIllS 1OOK. Lady' tfia work/'*
Thomasrille, on the loth- FOOT of oral! of abore
and Latia. (optional.) J tally Ds ay Writing, 10, range 20, section 5, township 9, range 19, hundred goodengravings. copies any "
Clay HOI, on the IGth. The valuable advice aiij-imjiressivc Warning it will bo sent to one address onpavaeMoftherrg'm
section 6 !) 19 levied Postmasters and others Clubs win
the sending
Cumy.itioa, teare1 lteview of iJt.Jic*. township,range cloTh as
Jacksonville, on the ISth, 19th, 20th'and 21it.CoL property of Win. Thorn, trustee; also so much of gives, \rill prevent vear3 of misery and suffering, oblige us very much by having them all addressed n : ubsoription for three-the fourtheopy being j )

rRcs or Tcma( >. John Broirard on the 22d. the land, bejng part of the Arretlondo grant, owned and save annually 1.'hownin.ls ofLirc to one name. It is no inconvenience to theni,and g ratis. t 1 / S o tflf

.'nvenile Departiuent, per ses. o14 months, 10 00 Ft.'John'* Beach, on the 23d. by Mary F. Lxvit, iifife of Joint II. Jx>wii, and Parpi.t; by reading it, win learn how to'prevent will boa great favor to us. *.* OtiUfltSWiIlb given nrhert th>aior* .
Mandarin the 26th. the destruction of their children. aC wane made to elabs,JMW w2l >rnii nu ia
FiwtCl, 1200 on returned by George Jf. Payne, agent for John H.| -M |
Second Claw, 6 4 1500 URIAH BOWDEN, Lewis, sections pointed oat on day of sale; also so'S &;- A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a letter Premiums:the towns fending lite largest any ease furnished, vnletM the fbaerrptiofl j r

Junior At utfe*, ." 2000 Tax Assessor and Collector. much of the land,being part of -the Arreilondo ad lre el to DR. KI\KKUXN. W. cor- number of subscribers. money is paid in full'to Un publet'* withe i $ '

Saaot Studies, '2300 Feb. 7, 1850. 3* Grant, owned by the heirs of Nathaniel WeE,;ner"of THIKTl & rXTON Streets,' between S The town tending ns.tbe largest'number of recourse to an agent j'lleniittancesand ., *,J

Mm k on Piano, .4 f 2500 eectioni pointed out on day of nle"alo so much,Spruce & Pine, PHILADELPHIA, will ensure' a mail subscribers for 1850 win be*entitled to the C eonmiHnkatwSn iboal&bs Ft
; M of the land book", under envelope,per return of wail. for 1851 the in always addressed poet-paid or frank*},totkaFa*;* .
Jagrnmeat, 500 Columbia County Sheriff1 Sale. being part"of the Arredondo Grant,I Lady's Book g.atU;and next nurnf
Drawing and owned by Henry U. Marqnand, sections FIFTEEN YEAR5Tof her each subscriber shall receive one ishers. ;
Painting, 1000 BE SOLD,. in front of the Coort- pointed any LEONARD sctrti j si
Wax Work aad Embroidery, ea h,. 10 00 WILL in the Town Alligator, in aid out on day of sale-as'wilfpay for the Stale' and' extensive uninterrupted
French, Spanish, and Italian, rscb, 10 00 County, on the first Monday in March next, County tax of Alachna county fur the year 1549.1 this city bare'rendered.Dr. K. the most expeitandsneueagful Address L. A. GODEY, v EntraaoeWGold i.',

I*will be perceived that 523 It) per term U the within the usual hour of sale, the following together ale. with .the expenses- attending SS on said' practitioner and near, in the 413 Chcsnnt street, PhQadeli.hia.-. : -i Izl

S btgat price that can be charged for tuition in property; to" wit i Lot number thirteen, in the s treatment uf all diseases of private, nature.Perrons .- janl7-1y. S

the Literary and Scientific Branches, including Town of Alligator, being the same on which the JOEL B. SMITH, afflicted with ulcers upon tbe bedy, throat, Splendid Sltp>L.ight fl gueneou' '

the Ancient Language store of George D Miller now stands, with the Tax'Assessor and Collector ofAlaehva Co. or legs,pains is the head. or bone, mercurial SPLENDID ENGRAVING. S types. j 1iA : s

The Jntitnti win be rappIiH with Chemical improvements thereon, containing one acre of Jan. 3tfAlaChan rhonmati>mtiiftttrei, gravel, disease arising ..eu
- and PkOftsopLieal less. Levied the of fmin youthful excesses impurities of the blood, i u;: tCBSCRlBTRS, ARE KOW fCBtlSUlXC AXOf *
Aparatu, ai>4 a well aborted more or on as property .' Travellins-Pavillidn, by wlue> they can -> 1t
C Clanierf, Historical, andMLwclUceon Library. George D. Miller, to satisfy a decree of foreclo- CountjTAiCoUcetor'a Sale.BT whereby the constitution Las become enfeebled ELEGA1T ENGII.AYINU at any'plaee.with the ttmeJrtaln ty ef *. ->"
*T It* Vocal Music tanght to all tbe pupils sure of mortgage in favor of Rodney Dorman and a re all treated with succw the Death of the Itev.Joha.Weiley. cew, would now offer to- the,eitiiHi* *f JaekMHrille {
of Dr.-K.
lIe who himself uniler the ,
without charge. Thomas O, Holmes, TB.George D.Miller.4 Property -S- place care
*' VIRTUE of authority In me bylaw vc religiously confide in his honor as ,a gentleman ESCKAVCD IS'THE' IUG.UU1STTLE OF JLRT, ant vicinity aa orpertonUy *t baring FOR'
O.-b..1teriniof tuition pointed in fl.fa? may
are nndefrd due in mortgage r TRAITS taken in equil J.WOTld.1 .
gtyl ILa3P1tb5
ed I will for sale ia front n f the a *
; ,
advance, It the whuU at the A.J. T WRIGHT expose and confidently rely upon bis skill as *physician. SARTAIN ESQ ,
middle of tie term. c conrt-Tion. door, in the town tit NtfwnansviDe"on .. BV JOHN > ', .-, S
ixholar from abroad can obtain bou-rj either Sheriff Colombia County., t of TOO' 5-- '.5 -, PAINTING Their icode of cperatin* It to ijKWdJvtiai tW*
the firrt 'much of THECELKBRATED
Monday day April so
ftj- Persons at distance adore Dr. K.by AFTER.
inthe ofthe Jan. 30 1350. Feb. 7. 1m a may
family Principal) or in private (fami Alligator, well
BtiEsebiUrea aro
lies in the town.H. the land,owned by the"-following"namej-J.--rcrsoosmt letter, (pout-paid.) n'l 1* cured at bojne. | OF.MARSHALL CLAXTON. mostagH persons, as ,
-S taken with the aecnracjlthe exact lY
tV. PARRAMORE: President.W Colombia C,Jler tor'a Bale. : V PACKAGES .of. MEDIC1NES, DIREC- 1 S Among the many, goad'man, who hare spent greatest .ex" i*
ou.tyTaz ression of the countenance beingb1ItSXeId.
So much of the Ian j,being part of the"Arredon4flo p
T IONS &e., forwarded by sending K remittance, : their lives ia the service of their Divine Master, .
2 A. JWIXSO-:-' Grant' and' of street of land known wLevy's We would earnestly recommend-pfcflwa* g.*>
part OIL
lPA .' a ni put secure from f.om DAALVGli 1 exerted a influence for good thai
up few greater
VIRTUE of the'power Tested faT me by levied the ever rally, not to let this oprartonity V *witbeat*eenring -
L.BUNWG tract
20,000 acre as '
-1.e, t B upon bropjerty 1 tlOSIT .. did Join WESLEY. With high powers of intellect
THOMAS.- law I shall for sale before the C0rt a LIKENESS of themselt s and friend*. rI
S. B. .- expose 'ftjoses E.'Levy and others, lands design- -Uooksellers! XewsAgcntsFed1TsC' he united* gentleness. f disposition which ena- J'
-1 s ; D. II. MAYS. House door In the town of -Alligator, on to* ted on day of rale j"also my much of the land, being! vasaen and alt others supplied with the above i bird him, at the same time that he' touched,rihe as it i* frequently remarked, neif Uo late, that

F b afyl4,1350. First,Monday of March next, one. improved lot part of the Arredondo- Grant,'levied npon-an tbe wurk at very low-mte tender chords of the human heart,.to convince the any amount of money wodU be psijl forth* Libess -
i nth UWB of Coumbus, (number not known,) property of the ertate of Peter Mitchell, lands designated i understanding of the truth and importance of the of some absent or deceased irieM." .- *

Madison Stale Academy.a belonging U John B. Linn.' on day of ra1 ;"sLe w> rnncli of 1,500' ofthe Gospebwhich he promulgated. Oar termS will btf very nioderat4.- TUas .4., -
holy precepts .
NEW 'KESTORATryE Pavillioam Mrs. .
> ** tfast'aader J.T.WRIGHT andseoeur.speeinMns. ( ,
of drawn
tract land
acre reprcsonted that his
oamap consideration
take into '
!:; : ; ; 1Ut1.nwerr Sheriff and tx of. 'Tar Autwr by.MeesrsButr anJ Washington as belonging to] BOWLING ALLEV BILLIARD SAIJOON, And manifold when labours we of usefumoss extended to'a'pcrriod Let, Foray st.) Portraits be li>ka in eloedas /
T ,
well clear weather and Insert *. fe th.es4't
and Collector of Columbia Cov.nIy! J MelnUvtk and as >
reium d ea the &rossd 3lotvley /auary John" JL. beingadyerse grant/ of more than half a century-that during the I
the Pa1IeTIDtendence Am rection of AThgatorNovernbcvj4,149. 22t4 ; within the Emit of the Arredondo ghtut; aad lyling" t.&c.I111ES1ThSCItiBEIt | whole period an.unerring course of rectitude was e# manner, in rasa, from; 6reaotpiss'b'Sett'ba. 4 .
tofkfrffger-rig3, 4-c. I '
Mr. B.Z.'GAULbEN, late grauste fCo1neblaCoflate. i near Palne's prairie--as wiH pry the"State]? nas just opened, onBAT manifested in his'watte anti conversation cease wn5raafficientinJ- *,
From a knowledge Wf Mr1.Gawiden" : J. .P.ATTOUSEV IADEUSON, and County"tax pf Alachni county for 1849,tog'1gctUer : JL' STREET,'fforth aide, one door from the corner to wonder at the very high degree of estimation ducemeaU maybe willbeTtsite4 oftered. &""' '
capacity as a Teacher, derived fanra jaxrieneeaad iM -- : with the expense attending on said sale.' f Liberty street. RESTOBAIIVB. I>>wu. aALLEV with which,bis memory is cherished;not pnly by S S 'ILiTHAMTAY NKINs:
trial daring the quarter of tfcs latt year Just > COUVSELtOA JLT LLW S i > JOEL 'B *MITHr and.UiCLUitnr SALOON The Establish the members of thodeneniimtion, to the upbuilding Jan.X' v "* t M : ,
3 Ported, a* wefl a* from the removed his offiee from Columbia col iment and and exemplary S a
most juQple'and satisfaetery HAVING Tax Asussor and Cdltctarof Alqckw has been filWd nn entirely new f open of which his untiring energy 4 -
Testimonials of former nrcea, t e.Trn- -.Jacksonville Unset County, 3 Tor the reception of visitors at the usual hoars.I pity so'much contribnted, bnt by the tndyphmjof 5'2. -- '-
Jan.3-tf- '
tee of this Academy : rwpectfoBy Informs bis friends that he'baa aiociated -" : -0i' : .i. c

H Wth* coasideraiion nnhesitbtiurly of parent*] cad rreommend wtth" him. in the practice t>f Law, his **# t..T 4i f iiii ,,'. ,. ,.> THK.B.UI"u.. "* The every death sect.of Wesley,waS.. -perfectly.eon'?
whmy be' desirous placing tiwe""uader guardian their: brother,LW. JASDERSOI :: Tax CoHectorVSnle. i Mas been supplied withtIieh1c$ < t li raors, and with the even rectitude of his protractrd lift, and WEEKS AFTER DATE,?! iaiea4 ,. _
cbarn f* ''a situation offerin? r4ueerestg of The firm will be represented at each' and every Colunabl&FOU.flfT, Ibererases to suit erery palate will be. prepared adds another to tbe many proofs that.the ?*ad of SIX apply t. the HOB. Jodge'of'r r<* te for ta*..
Term f the Circuit Court is 1 the several Counties with Tbe healthfallne** ef location aad hi i h tnonil and iatclleetcal IY11tfVE ; T stca'inJ'ine! bv dot-patch. the good man is peace. The closing fceentf of the Connty ,
: of.tbeEaitera JiutteiU Cirewt .tb. ef S. : '' UiJ Estate of the late Jolts G*Br Orax, whit tSiUTH.
inferior which Mr. on
cottar* to no otWr in tie .cotb. of the of this venerable man is tjie one-
in front life
.11 jliaJl Jt Talc '
m Jaw >r ,, ,, .
Hamilton in the Millie Circuit .Table"Has intestate, NICHOLAS .. ,
Student tbeupreme The Billiard: ehosen.: the rabjest of died ; .
em country., raay1 ehtTaredtthU! I Court House door, in the town of Alligator, on Claxton baa M happily as '
Academy to' ter any CoflegeJU tk$ United L Lt&teL Cotrrt at TaHahaw-'AH 'bottneM, and the U* 8. Court at At.'i the third Monday in May next, the following described been impprted"expivssiy; for tlu House, and I his beautiful painting*faithful .eopy of' which, Key Wes .JaB.5lrJ33a-2f6< 't S
Augustine; ?
*-* : entrusted to theircmre ] with and L in elegant manner,,we bare tboughtubybe : 4
will air an -S
ttTke + will recei re attention. -': property, ot"BO .nioch thereof as pa r lit; of theiaost beantifol eou tnietioa, tngractd .
ftrtctest Mtellito1.wmb1aJa tathe moral prompt the State and county tar due tb.raoit7f0T tbe India ruhbejr enshjoaVf *: '-rt a memento which thousands would wish : ,. :.'sb.isc?$. ale.i _
.A4&esa-J..I' .* :JJ. W &at'zxsoJ.ick. In _
in therarioar 1 S.
of the student botk.tr: thTrastees have'frtijjcdand bang -up : -'r'
deportment b47 113 and 1S49-sdtb.n1c15WJ xpenaes Ball*. to
tcMvillti; flues Count v, FlarUa years :*The Bowling Pins smA VTRTUE of deCTe.IIfI..r.JstIr.
aad the Teacher. 'TheAtadeniyfatoeaU'dVithinUM incident thereto, TJJJ', 400 .- rIsle4OD, orer to'enabU inch M desirete> doihis to gratify: ir: a cnaW.
Immediate ricbily t f-the-rfflaje of MadisoaConrVHeose : aekormean. !412l. .\C 4;c rate land, lying near LivingsCon's F rry, 01* tbeSnwannee Are at tinst frmn the worlnnan, anderery eonre.. their desires,Mr. artain.'who stnnds. at the head _1, ed at thE late Ns'veinbej tSTtad the Circalt ;

; 1n or near" whiekwodtheardlng : parportIn2'l o belong to'AmoeQumer faience for the entetfaininent: of jtJesu of bis profession.in.tbe VnUedl States,ha been Court efvur&l; county,.Stat. of Fgiu,sad ae- --

maybe obtained oa most nasOUt4! term*. The Miss Colemau'g a : f**river.*'' S1* #> J- ***
eholaetleyear will be diriaed W tw, eUInI ofrenwotheaeB.Tl iAJT.. WJIIGHT,, 'I cordiallr invite thepubU01ocuffa rtablialunenC best styn, nd, relying upon an extansi's patronage at pobHo sate,,in front ef the Coact&oMfr,m t'r ,
rn>it' fe5ci 0Ifltfl004 THE FIRST SESSION of' this School coiA. Shtrifeaatx* ** of;' Tax'Atfuor assuring fhew'that paW nh ; the price has been:put so low that none *to first Mondr February next btw the Uaalt 'S

-t aeoot1fea4a' 1*Ja.III4, Ln&WI1I on the First of Jaanary, 1850, and I. ,S.t : ed Collector,CdMn1O CS4.Afl4qt'qember14J49. h 5WSsJfJSS5Si8 "8KiTPiJ d T.iflCedb.WiIh0ulttrk..EngraTialeeza boon of tale, tbe foBawincdeaetibtM jn perty,W,
.. a&1foie the..4 onda tmJ continue ten months, with/a vacation of two Id largo ,size,. suitable- framing, and will.be Witt <"j ., _
;: oMto 1.oilaLCS the second; er4l lii Jn) months ia-the summer.- Tnie fiobool i Is {atendedat ;oMHle; wuaryir.'lSaq. ''tfTHESUBSCRIBER..Jiftyin .S printed on the best quality of.h avy plate! paper, A lot fland tnowB l\yNo.lit
avdeodoa Friday befbra the shoed Monday ia a pnparatorytoae for. ehildrrn* aadtJlM : '- : : in 2i5t7 aaperiar-usinner, tidy*fmpeeis pre- 2&eUo-tntaigfertylha mesa S1 '
DMavtef.thMaOeviar a aborts rucatlao aith* Ooux&Kpromiseet* der t* the trjetert abs : COPARTNEflSW1L -- .S; sentii all'the beauties t>f fftt class pnof, *adt ,lyIng and being in ftfaV lkt* tlS V '. _
tention to the adranecowal arber pupils. A few .e levied Ui 1
ead of toIwylAiftbAtvaoaforaeeviaaJiaAdTattC jjjfgtilahm1at. upon u property .
.a.I05aldtnt4 kinquired nore scholars will be reeet'ed.JsckeW.J&n12t!. ** *t- : !. saifaroor "* *** .
And .1 retired *o* vtLYLo'.PzIcx3: and;Cornelkr,Jone*,to ,
VSDKRSIGXKD herebyvinform.th tnz'fo1lovtcts; ; : .

taeJbalaiwatthe eu4' (th* ( ; ____ .j S, THE they Lara this'day avtered fatt4; him. to request present 11ciiTr; ).62:50: Co1isa t.S12 r ant,and of Th J-B7!fl.lS.Wd.cve.'W Harden.|or ; U.? Hz- -

>AJ; r w &*m& k; ,AJIntatratox7iNot1ce.4 : ; ; a Copartoership t ndar COX/the >n oofl4netp*ta and lbS i styleBUFFlNGToS Hotel!1 all the j aatn>enons fr r having letUemenk,demands without against delay; and those '3'Copies, 'O .. .13CptiOi, maa}and Whent p7'7 S? '

Ortfc>traAy jReadinf. and Pe Wwahlp book aocountor Atharwise, t* *COPIES FO THIRT>ltoLLARSlSo'thai !
: MONTHS afterdatej we npre >rit oar i*Jaekwmsillr heretofore. odespled 4>y O. Wefcd IPXSWn&O Lisa, by 20 s .
EUSi 99 oo SIX and nigtun te th lioiu>nbU(the *i.rptenhi'tCthe irt rnz.k_ &yat."befr'the ZT4.f.Jaon'1'LI Tnmbr ef e ogreati r and'thevv, ** $ H; WT $$4

Hjfrmrv Prabato ftr Dural County approachiBg Winter Mmeea M ttiff rnderpt togetberaad fermfig duba-cn ebtais
4* : "jia 0iation set4.a Jpdgeo4 aaddicbarg from the Administratioaof fcfAftoajt etabbshaeMa"meet doujrabte plaee of nojownpetWMTtettlni i$, Itsada fur cofleclou, by tbi*.endfof rnort iaprwsire pktore.at; _'4OnZj& : jrAi4 y
1) I '
BticC 'fleeldLt.W.W1l > roHy I Istrn
the Estate of Jsae.FcIoteeIeceUed, late : $ ,) &Uar avd :kalf a LO ':
p'l 1 Ust Z ;! 5 v-
;. prepared C4o a x> iMaUJj>eimaairtitt>of Jtrai ; ,
E I :. _, .' ,S'the4id'o( iOuEITzNjL
at,, > n5 S : tb.jiig patrehsni I ., -
c- IL.I'ki4VZ1 ; .- SAWELBUFINGTO I4 t ? J QH-PR4 $ nineteen figures reproseoyng'.ih*-
; .CiI41UE ; .. .- I 1U 1 FICE ,>,-(of maaj of whom awuraU portrait!w*girfp #
i41 Xrvi *. .tf wfr-w\ ** 4
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: TltEFLORIDA'nEPtTDL CANIS happinessof r the poorer classes: We' be ffbia 1.i1d"ta to my head w.that myearing '- '.. "AUO4EXt1tA. '. .A1Uc.Y' i r Fr '

rCBVKKD KVERt TltrisDAY. AT lieve in,the United States Senate; which the jEiz4 After 'tJItbe A'awa fertile .aw *C CW tau .appo.W a FOR CLAIJIS ;' JVASliIVtfl'Qf :
Jad ,o".III.. Dnval Con_tr, E.F., by first President of &rsapsillsssborttlme.mybealth Tc W. MM of .thsa: the late labored -
Dynasty to tree
and my throat to now weU; Lam as ... *"*' a BanWWUU.'wW .they ,
COLUMBUS DREW. pull down, until he brought it to.his feet;in w -Yo cough and tightness thelehcst aseveri' '.was '.uss all Dr.T W.Ia4S I aamparilta-ewMwaaUnf U GZ ACUTE WILLIAM.,. : ILEXVoU,. :: :: t '
the Supreme which denounced and ran ; My h sad WnXABD'S
TERMS.-Three Dollars Court was heqeUe'dUnU1 ; .,This Tuw..114 U M doctor, HtA ncrnLAi&Continues
e AYan
per annum, payable 1 bees well ,"tb, of ,': .
by his CU ; f'
upon ordering the Paper: supporters'a a )pestilent restraint upon been effected entirely by the toe 1r your s aever was j but was'former*a o oa aDro ca- to gin hU)rompt attentIon to tU arT I
Executive assumptions in the Army which b .. assumes the tide dDe.,fie the
ui$ ; ; ftke.'f.ib.
I .? >ecripUons'irh0t pai.1;' before the expiration has admirably vindicated itself in the late v : pprl "Mend- .LOUISA- ; .n. BEVAN.EaiDs' ; isis sad the plainS ereelte_ '.wh thel.. aoi. This Ijo. rangcment and protecta n|of claim leftt*'&aOgie

of the year, are charged $4.Advertisements ., war from the lone aspersion ot the demagogues !1L (% I k1t 'SAUAI'ARILL&--&AIILET:' FKVEa:Dp caaUoa pVTw?,We\the public,lot to *>* Ieeel- e4. .ae4parehaseoat ; or'any of thefj&Ure Dtop."rtnlrtit t !

will be inwrte.1 at the following ; in the Militia! for whose effective ARMKD or, rrs',TEIOR.Ti dangerous tat the O&fVUfR ORIOWJIL OLD Dr.Jacob Claims arising from $.RevolBiJ aiM f/'Fk rda7t

rates One Dollar per sqiiare (of twelve lines) for and serviceable organization it is' high time alang af"eion. &from the stage Townsend's SMsaperUla B"'*la| oa' U the Old Dr's.ntesess or Mexican wars; InT# wl.,. R vohtfcaat& &!'*

: tfc* first, and &Seventy-Fire-Cente for every subsequent that some provision,were made; in our gallant ey,"tim m more vigorous at the and inno maturt mt age age of of InD ,.ba1JnhIT etfst. of arms, and his signature pay or' Widows'Ikmnty $!| .. iT'NBVaV8f' 'Artiy tf

S InMrti D. To yearly AdvcrtiMn a liberal Navy, as the best protector 6f our wide- :; hood, has at.lengthimcV: jULbftne,.nd antidot' cross the coat oT arms.Printed Land'or 'ec ':,! iia1: bI":

discount will be."/e. AH 'trnnsient Advertisements extended commerce and our almost as wide ; and it evil effects upon thi system w 1547,or August t.IO, I rr ft '
i .
-. (except by persons haying i running account ly-extended maritime frontier; in Academic little by e,powerful iuen Win..fht P preparation .. Mileage due retnrni&'j ".IIID 1 rqa."ro

wit*th.eDee) nost be pal for previous to publi nurseries for Military and Naval Science rd-hlt with scarlet' fevdr ck.wo.der whch Horse lost.aad.oth j .,V| 7'wwroyeaj"W" "'t&penscs _

y cation.Personi, triumphant at last, though long vilified, like her in a dreadful state; her bo" ever Incurred by Vcensbet N Mag aia. A _

at disUnce. nearly other good of the Government with particle of scarlet i lup &. and received 6toj service
J' a CAB govern their rcmlttaace every power t something like a bile, and at least two inches ; ; Waggon-mas-'

for advertising by tlie fallowing) rates: : in that "Lighthouse of the Skies"which ; diAmetr. made its appearance on the shoulder, *s,., ten. and Teamsters'!:claims; Marines, saOon',
On ig now proving its utility; in the and discharged almost incredible &c.. ke.
twelve a .
tqaare ( lin0 published six months t
t; jI;
fp : 00 Coast Survey, founded by.. Mr. JKFFERSOX; quantity of most offensive matter; and blde. .Having an the fofna accessary for a:
in the national gift of half a million of dollars this, a lang; quantity wa discharged lrm proper _
Tw squares, for six month, 15'00 than the SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. ears of a very offensive character. Almost despairing ; presentation, of claims,"together. with the rale
Notieej to debtors and creditors! 10 00 to starving Ireland, I the discharge,they mae and regulation goT ralng; the different Depariment ; >
than hundred times that sum SANDSSABTSAPARILLA
wasting more a j ,
trial of
he ia
G Application for letters admiitutration, 0 00 in slaying Mexicans; and in the Expeditionin IX QUART BOTTLES. /ected a complete cure, the,child hying.taking prepared:!t andertiike all claim's?.f'
Fr announcement of candidate for 5 bottle. For the suffering what kind soever, thil nay require the
office 00 search of Sir John Franklin and hi* fel only one bne& 'hos serviecs'of
K. aaaoueement will be made unless the same low-navigators though not in that sent inquest FOR TIE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT I from the baneful effects horbl disease, an Agency at this}4aW. .

h* accompanied wiLh the amount OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr. Patrick will be pleased t inror any personas Particular attentioijjgwn: to the
charged. setUe-
of Sodom and FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF to the correctness of this.ttment. if they call proper
Editorial aoticet fer private .benefit will be believe in the union of these States THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF at hU rsidonc i .. [Bal ment of QlI4ree e cma&l.Charges .

Varged doable the nte'.r kdvertixing.elfcius. but not in the absorbing in it, either by forceor SYSTEM. VIZ TIE timor S. moderate *ji c regulated by the amount

Obituary, ai'd Marriage notices, will consent, nations or regions that have no obstinate The following testimonial to the value of claimed, and the extckt |f.wrriccj required.

Vepablitaed gratis.Ceawjuaieations. affinities no congruity, with us. We believe Scrofula cutanemu o ei King'i uptiont evils, pimples Rheumatitm, or on the the Sarsaparilla, is from the Ker. Luther All commnnicationi, t. injure insertion, mast

must be post paid.PROVPECSrtJS. in none of the agitations meant to divide face, budlt. bites, chronic tore ptU, worm Wright, aged 76 years Congregational Minister Qfrt&M.V.,trat,JVVv Fink C%. postpaid. died-St' ,

..- -- '. in order to govern or to separate us.- u ttlu. head, enlargement and pain of residing at OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND z
.. \Ve believe in Republicanism, but not Loco- the and joint*, aubl ulcert, typhUmetyniptonif WOBUK, Mats. March 39th, 1840.Messrs. ,
tciatica. and diseases THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OF TilE James *V.-Bl'JaDt ..
focoism; in no Aristocracy, but least of all ,, o lumbKJ Sands Gentlemen-From what I have
air from an t of mercury experienced, and from the information I have recently Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla. ATTDBHET AHD .
er in that which the demagogues strive to make in or1tsgLwz.AT.LAw,
: or dropsy, exposure
ritjtt 0 imin recoived from of of high Old Dr.Townsend about 70 ., ,. .'
a Dub persons U now yeses f Will Profciwjonftl
for themselves alarms about which a'to! chronic tfC. attend to business
TB1 H1TIONAL INTELLIGF.PCCER.Tk by one' lit; co"itMiml t. respectability wbe ? Sanaparilla I has tong been knows at AUThOR and DISfior- of the iMtoif the.Court*c
does not and cannot exist among us. We Medicine acquired a very extended have not the Itmt doubt but that it ii a most valuable KKtK of the OKJfVIJfK ORIGINAL TOJT4jrJT eral Court CircuiltitFlorida, aadio the Fed,. :
believe in the rights of both the Rich, and and established ba wherever medicine, and that the numerous certificates n S.1R3.1fJlRlLf." BeIIlJ pour he WM cnip.li.i for the Northern\ District of- Florida.. --"
reputation to limit It* nisnufoctnre. by which mesas It ha
Proprietors of this Journal have not the Poor, and in the right of all men not to its you un received otits.meaeJ aN run,sustained tales elrenmicribed ALBO'ACXXT( v
been used based on own been kept out of market and the le
it has entirely .
heretofore, in the forty years of}its existence be hated as either. We believe not in Dor- has alone by erperience, and although its reputation and those only who had proved lu worth sad known iu for general Business .ta this State,''respeetinr;
merits, which superior efficacy utility are extensive,and stand in no need of .. grants and donations,ftf lands and the
indcr their management, been on the habit rism in Anti-Rentism Mormoiiism very value. It had reached the ears of many,u..nh. lo
nor or sustained. The unfortunate victim of hereditary my humble efforts to increase them, I want all as those person* who had been healed of lOre diseases, or selling thereof. ..( .
of making appeals to the public favor in any nor in Red or any other RenublicanisR but disa ,\\"ith swollen glands, contractedsinews who are afflicted by disease to become acquaintedwith and saved from death proclaimed lu excellence mad Ai.sOAcEifl.
.f lbs customary forma of soliciting patron our own True Blue. We should be glad to the efficacy and power of your valuable medi- .
and bones half carious, has been restored wonderfulHEALING POWER. for the collection of{Claims the"United:
age; Nor (hanng always }held the opinion all the world but do not ine. npoi
[ it over expectit
see iSUtes for
health and The scrofulous .. Military ot (Otter services
that Public Journal to vigor. LUTHER WRIGHT. Koowlnr. jf,.", g-. that he bid. by hi. skill. pensions,
s should win the public in our day, in France or any other part covered with loathsome to leIe.eeanti experience devised an article which would supplies furnished Yo.\lnWen.nd for hones er
support by the sober performance of the Europe. We do not believe in giving passports patient and his ulcel .been made Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail by A. be of Incalculable ndvunlnje to mankind when the other property lost, fos1 vhlch the United States

rear, not the flashy professions of the hour) to Santa Anna, but we do in the pow B, & D. SANDS, Druggist and Chemists, 100 mean would be furnished 10 bring it Into universal is 1Mb!.. !"V .
whole. Hundreds of who had notice when Iu inestimable virtue would be known Address Jackwnvill Eut Florida. -
Ante persons, Fulton jt., corner of William, New York. Sold 'f
they ever, more frequently than once ers of our own great Commanders in Mex- for under cutaneous also the United and appreciated. This time has come, the mean an ,.

TU twenty years had occasion! to embody in ico. We believe in the honesty dud patriotism and groaned glandular hopelessly years chronic rheumatism States by and Druggists Canodas.generally Price throughout#1 per Bottle; six applied: this PKKP.1RJT/OA ". ,
A Prospectus the principles upon which i of Gen. TATLOR; but not in the merits and disrer springing from a Bottles for S3. U manufactured on VJtF.QVJIJ.I.F.D the Inn est scale and Is called fin Philil Frazcr, _.

they endeavor to conduct the paper under of the "Spoils System." Consequently w. many ef For sale in Jacksonville by throughout the length and breadth of the land especial ATTORNEY CO0NSELLOR AT LAW
secretive and the
.derangement the organs Iv as it U found incapable of degeneration or deuriora
their charge.They do not believe in Proscription, nur in Rota- nov29 J. FORMAN.St. JACrSDSYlLLE, JXA,
circulation have been raised it from
as were
have been the 1 less disposed, moreover tion. But the former having long reignedand the rack disease, and with Augustine P. C. ZVLSTRA; S. PULESTON, Unlike young 8. P.Town.ad'. it Improves with aft Will attend to any professional business n&nu&-
for the purpose of revivifying a subscription widely filled the Public Ser"iee"ith now, regenerated Uonticello; Liwis & AMU, Tallahassee; G. R. tad never chances but for the better; because Is w prepared ed to him in the Court 'ref the Eastern Circuit

lit to call to their occasional aid, men unfit for it, we believe in the necessityof constitutionl gladly testify to the efficacy IESDRICKSO Jt; Co., Savannah. en knowledge tcintiJU frimttpltt Chemistry by a and ttintifit the latest sian.highest discoveries The- and the Supreme Conrt. at Tallahassee. He, has

instead of quiet good works, these sudden a large re-organization; of it. inestinble preparation. The testimony of the .. have all been brought requisition In able also such an advantageous connection with aa
of barren of those who have been cured by its JACKSONVILLE ACADKMY. the manufacture of the Old Dr's Sanaparilla. The Sarsaparilla Lawyer Washington city, as will ensnr
transports public spirit because We and write acreed
might on as longas a and of
go prompt speedy toUccUon such
with their residences has been root It ls well known to medical men.contains claims M
use, publish the first
Institution will be
in such attempts at getting political re.vivals the Westminster.Confession but all the opened on bo placed in his bands
up ; THIS many medicinal properties and some properties which may against the United
ed from time to time and it desirable in June next at9 o'clock A. M.,
; were a ) $tAte.. 1
it if retained In
be and otherhleb
seems to thought necessary to rest is easily inferred, and may besides be are lien useless .1 1 ,
mass of the most overwhelming testimonycould in JACKSONVILLE East Florida. preparing it for use produce ftrmnUtin and ecU 'p&.I, 1819-Iy. .
make far
parade of devotion to in columns. So that
greater found our past we be forward most Separate rooms will be fitted np for the accommodation which 1* Injurious the system. Some of the properties
I'arty than party should ever receive where have but to say, finally, that we believe in brought proving of yoaog Lads and MUMS where they of Benaparilla are so "aliI. that they entirely '
wen hare not merely aj Party hut a Country the virtue and intelligence of the People, as conclusively its inestimable value. The afflicted will be instructed ia th. elementary and higher evaporate and are lost in the preparation if they are not LA'It3OT1CE.JACLc1&.LE .
and those who have not used this branches of aa English and classical education, preserved by a itinttfc frtettt,known only to those
to erve. To mere Party, and its power, the 'long as they will really exert them, and not will be for for experienced la lu manufacture. Moreover these volt- r.AngurtSl O.
and fitted College or
of its .
medicine invited trial men
to young
Intelligencer has never' professed any such sufier themselves to be the dupes of the demagogues are mak.1 professional life in the Latin and Greek classics. tilt frineiplu, which fly off la vapor or as an exhala- Having the Sfajte.for California,! nave*
virtues, and appropriate the tion. under heat, are the very tiintM mtduml prqtiu ,- my.t Indues* to'CoL Samuel
even when the most heartily their when t mathematical scieneei. -
Devotion, acting worst foes most pretend. benefits which alone bestow. and in the philosophical and ohs loot which give to It all lu val_ Spencer, who will, in ,Conjunction with Mr.Ba
with that body of citizens whose practice m,<*to be their friends. I cn Any person can boll or stew the root till they get a ker, prosecute all nnfitfobed business to a close.

as well as avowed principles seemed to Upon these grounds the National Intelli "TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION ARRANGEMENTS. dark scatter colored in the liquid root than which from U any more thing from else the; they coloring can The Militia claims illtay charge win be attended : .

it to offer the steadiest and'sincerest hope ot gencer presents its claims to a continuation ." THE yEAR will be divided into four quarters, the. strain this insipid or vapid liquid sweeten with to by myself,in correction with CoL Spencer,
a wise, and moderate government. and extension of that public confidence of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca sour rnoUuaes and then call U SARSAPARILLA and Col. Charles E. Sherman.of Washington
The attention of the reader is called to the EXTRACT SYRUP." But such is not the article and every effort raad j> us to
The National Intelligencer has, in a word which it is the of its tions. The day will have two sessions: the first. or % y Jointly procMBte
highest pride Proprietors
following astonishing cure, effected by the from 9 to 12 land the second, from 3 to 6 P. known as theGENUINE them to a successful jffule., I bare a*authority .
ever been studious of.temperate politics and to know that it already enjoys to an extent of Sands' M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S to collect the money wj; on these chains, at I
ef holding itself apart from the passion, whatsoever exceeded by few Public Journals in the use Sarsaparilla: exercises in English composition and declamation SARSAPARILLA. have always preferred i to; have whatever money

it was, of the 'day. It has _neverI United States. is to certify that I have a colored woman After the first term, no pupil will be received, This is so prepared that ail the inert properties of the may be appropriated.fiieedi! ;in the hands of a le-
Ti. Sanaparilla root are first removed every thinf capable cal paymaster such *.'lie parties interested
maae ; afflicted for the last five years with except at or near the bennnine of the session | a may
and indecent baD
any opposition Headlong of becoming acid or of fermentation Is extracted and select, after the act far their relief
Scrofula and the remedies I used had for lest &ban-one term.
uch as, from the moment of his inauguration PROSPECTUS. :in arresting a of the no efe& and Board no pupil*ill he provided in Town at reasonablerates rejected; then every particle medical virtue is secured Aug 23-tf (News4 {.[ :.qREGORY YALE.
cmpli&o la a pure and concentrated; and thus it U rendered .
banded itself against President TATLOB: I contrary, she eo grew wOI; after per month, for pupils from the country; and Incapable of losing any of iu valuable and healing I I'n -
it has never lent an indiscriminate supporteven The Richmond Republican. expending between $70 and $30 with physicians, parents ami.guardians, who may desire to avail properties. Prepared this way, it is made the Host SpencexBakex'
to Administrations from which it expected besides using other popular remedies without success themselves of the facilities of this Institution, for powerful agent in the ,
till the dUease had eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and others may be Cure of innumerable disease ATTORKETS LAW,
the It has, resolute DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY, AMD WEEKLY.
most. always y of her made its various exertion will be to Hence the bear commendation '
I none, appearance on parts assured?that no spared ensure reason why we .e
avoided the excesses oh either side which of her Ly. and had finally commenced its ravages the health comfort and progress in knowledge of every side In lu favor by men women,and childrea.. JaclMniftiIk. ,, FaWm '
make so much the shame of our public 'af in ror of her mouth. all who may be entrusted to the care of the Prin And it doing wonders in the cure of practice in tne lev eral Court iD the EM&
airs-of violence and indecency towards Tins PIPER, which has been three years In this dreadful situation, with the prospect of eipal. 11UFUS K. SEWALL, I CONSUMPTION.DYSPF&SIJ1, and Ltrr.R CO.V- ern Circuit of Florida;Ja the U. 8.District Court..
the charge of the present conductors death rtarinr her in the face, I stated her Principal. njtlftT and la RHF.VJUATISM. SCROFUl Northern District offfiuiida; the Supreme Court
opponents' ,. unbounded: compliance towards OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT H. case to Dr. VI8SW.Y. the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla PII.F.S TICNS. PlMfLKS, BLOCTUES,and all affections at Tallahasxee and prfceute chums before .
Vliow-partisans.: In its adversaries it has GALLAHER, is now becoming familiar to the in Newbr ISorth Carolina, by arising from eress and the of the Corernmentat .

, t ever recognised freemen and) fellow-citizens citizens of Virginia. It has grown into favor whom I was t u that article; and to Jacksonville Female Institute. IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It Washington. vepart"fU| .

'; a1 matter how much in the wrong: in its my nurpriseandthatofmy neighbors, t whomher possesses a marvellous efficacy In all complaints art J.)[CROBEJtT Bunt: S.SPDaa.
.. by the pursuit of a steady and unwaver- cage was known, af using four and a hal mIlE Committee of Direction has adopted slug from Migtttin from .ItidilfffUu Stesxc.from I _
much trusted and honored
friends no matter how "ung devotion to Whig principles, and by a bottles she was t perfect health,and that JL the following regulations: nnequal circulation determination of blood to the head. Sept6tfTo -h. .
it has ever seen men whom the heats mud but firm advocacy of Whig men and in the space of three wek and wag able to workin The Scholastic Year is to consist of four term palpitation of the heart cold feet and bands cold chills '
of the conflict might lead too far. There two weeks from tme she commenced taking of eleven weeks each. and bet flashes over the body. It has not lu equal laCtUt all nts of Private

has constantly been i enough of Presses to measures.Having labored zealously to promote the it.In Orthography Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic gentle and JlC Cntgkt piad"; and.. relaxing promotes stricture easy expectorationand of the leafs, GrantFlorida.LantTiClaiui. ,. la. the State, of
witness of the truth of this statement I have per term, $4. The aove. English throat,and other .
which in free part. .
spread those uncivic,iincoi: s election of the patriotic and enlightenedChief hereunto affixed my name, this 19th day of Sept Grammar and Geography, per term $5.Th But In nothing every I.its excellence more manifestly sees i a

countries, nore than any thing else,disgrace Magistrate' of the nation, it is now 1S4T. above, with the higher branches of an English ad acknowledged than in all kinds and stages of NOTICE bereb1'! tR to each and every

and endanger the Stale enough to flatter desired by its publishers to give it greater JCSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. education, embracing Algebra Geometry, Historv FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It & of the st-dd Florida Grants, thai
success to Infuriate defeat, to play upon the extended and circu- Mouth of Neuse River, Craven Co., N.C. natural, mental, and morall'hiJo80phy. Botany works wonders in eases of FIrr Jill* or mitt*. the respectire Sarretc Messrs. David H.Burr
of the hour efficiency by an general Chemistry Geology, Astronomy Rhetoric, sullen,.1 tIe WnA, Obttncttd SiprrmtJ or Painful R sJph W. Norris Alei adr MeKay,and Arthur
false fancy or pernicious passion lation. They consider the unity of the Whig Logic, and Evidences of Cbristianityper term, .V._. frrtftilfritf of the menstrual periods, and the M. Randolph, hare teep appointed by the undersigned .
b to fan into a flame ,very spark of ill; to party an object above all personal considerations ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEAR&STANDNG. $6.; Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer, like; and,.U as effectual curing aU the forms of fUnn to surrey said f,Msda, and hare been assigned .
blow into a storm every whiff opinion.. in advance. Du to their several 5oU of
and they now appeal to the Whigsof By removing obstructions. and regulating the general operation and are
The'Intelligencer has endeavored, therefore The Scholars will be under the careful inatrne It tone and f to the whole body, now ready to enter on their duties. .
the State to aid them by a liberal subscription This cure was effected in July, 1844; system gives Mkjth
to make itself the humble, and, as times tion of an experienced Female Teacher. ,_ and thus cures all forms of AU those holding titllhltt'r who bare a rightful
there have been no symptoms of a return, Provision been made for instruction in Latin Nervous diseases and debility, claim to any of the land in question, or who Buy
have gone, the almost' undisputed mission of The Editors will continue to give their. and her health still continues good, July, French, Painting and Drawing, and Music, aid thus prevents or relieves .',reat variety of other bare any knowledge t0 the liues and comer of
withstanding and of allaying. Doing thus attention to the various Public Improvements 1848: for which additional charges will be made. maladies as.Spinal irritJUi. JfnrmlfU St fit.' their respective claim?,Jan respectfully desired
and aiming consequently the while at the and labor assiduously for ob. New IV, July 23, The first term commences on the 8th of October D.... Swtnng. F.piUptie Ii, Cntultunt,tit. come forward with al] aioefe title papers aad evi-
every lS.lesM. nest. It cI.II..the blood excites the liver to healthy action. denees of '
it be locality as li'ifcuy be in their
S politics of country, 10of party, has to ject calculated to enhance the prosperity and SANDS:-Gentlemen-I consider it but Applications for adminion are to be made to tones the stomach and gives good digestion, relieves produce. This is th | 'were e p iafly desirable power U,

useful}, consented to be sometimes unpopu. renown of the old Commonwealth. jltco to yon t state the the Committee of Direction.J. the bowels of torpor aDd constipation allays lalammatioa as promptness ia thi!pirtfcalar, oa lbs part ef.
folowing the the circulation
lar and occasionally to incur by the firm- facts in the benefit I M. DANIEL purifies skin equalises claimants.will
The Daily Paper, by mail $8; mi-Week- t great rcied .ef the blood producing gentle warmth equally all over greatly Militate the operation ef
less of its purposes more of the animosity I ly, $5; Weekly $2, to be paid invariably in the cure of an obstinate CANCEROUS ULCER on Dr. H. D. HOLLAND. the body and the insensible perspiration; relaxes all the surveyors in the execution of their work. aad .
.f one*Bide than of. the favor of the other. advance. my breast. A. M. EEED strictures and tightness removes all obstructions, and the better enable Government to bring tha
Hence its disin linati n to invoke good I was attended eighteen months by a regular Committee of Direction.Rev. Invigorates the entire nervous system. Is not this then surreys in question ti j a speedy and satisfactory,
party ADVERTISING. and skilful physician,assisted by the advice and I. SWART Titaturtr. The medicine you pre-eminently need! termination. t |; .
of faith
will by periodical profession 01 to The Republican affords one of the best counsel of one of our most able and experience Jacksonville July 7', &. But can any of these things be mid of 8.P.TownsewfshferiorarlielVl The district assigned ,the surveyors for th*
make a parade of those"principles the profession mediums for and surgeons, without the lea benefit whatever. This v win. man's llqnid is not to be present will be as fotiown Commencing, aa a
of which seems to be often made country city ad1"ertismenl8 AU the various treating cancer were Mrs. A. M. MAXEVfinAKES COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S. centre point, at Piec& t, on tSe St,Johi aad .
with the greatest particularity only to' dispense of any journal in the State. The Terms resorted to; for five weeks in succession my brut the because of om GRAND FACT that the one is INCA extending: the survey?I earth and south oa .b 4a:
this method to
announce pub-
are: was burned with caustic three times a day and ABLE of DETERIORATION and sides of the river:as tbja chums bo cIeIIi, .
men from their practice. JL lie that she will keep her Boarding may
for six it was daily with a week open Mr.Bras will surveV tie that -
In One lines NEVER grants IB
8rnged iea-
Its it not worth while Daily Paper square (1 ) House during the winter for the reception of SPOILS. '
own principles was of nitric acid, and of internal while the other DOES or the IOUDt lying 1$ t't atelT wed or lbs SI,
wa aid lies
insertion ; tnrng.
50 ftrmntinr
cents iirst 25 contin- the accommodation of
cents for
kr-the National Intelligencer to be often ; s large that it held over an ouc of the solution Boarders and Grateful for the stranger tn, U,toWe e.'nlaIningltInmo mapwtDta;thesous,acid John's, from Picolatsi t+ the. mouth; aad aorta to'1
proclaiming they being i intended much more uance. The doctor probed the and, examined the or travellers generally. very lib- liquid exploding aid damaging other goods.! Must not the north line of the Stt Mr. Noxmu, ta the
aid In Country Paper-75 per square, bne. and said the disease was advancing rapidly oral patronage hitherto extended to her, abs will this horrible compound he poisonous to the sysieml district commencing at PSev>lata,on the east baaa?
for use than show, originally adoptedto insertion 37-1-2 cents cent continu- lungst and if I did not get speedy'relief b1; spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all. He WAIt t pal acid 1.5.e tjittmiJrt* others rather than themselves.The frt ; the house is commodious and situated in a pleasant What causes Dyspepsia bat acid I Do
profit ec medicine qr by a operation, result would b I we not all kaew between the river and': )Han, and aorta to ti
only real exposition of the like, by those alce. fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid open part of the town.JacklOnvllle. U that wbea food 1 sours IB our stomachs what mltVH State Jine. Mr. Mclsy.m the district 1Iorderia"

who are engaged in high public tasks;is certainly Address, RO. H. GALLAHER,. and the bones examined; but finding no relic Oct. 11,1849.JACKSONVILLE. heart produces liver complaInt flatulence diarrhota heartburn,dysentery palpitation, colic of sad the oa the west side of thje>f3 John's, aoutV of.Piee-

to be sought in,infractions: not their n 12 Proprietor.P. from what had been done and feeling I wa np corruption of the blood .What is Serofala but aa acid lata;and Mr.RAXDOUK'! ia the district l-iraeai !
S. Our of the idly getting worse, I almost,despaired HOTEL. humor la the body What produces all the hunonwhich ing at Pioolata oa th t\m beak ofUMSLJ.'.,'
wows; in th irlaily' walk and conversation contemporaries country cry, and considered my case nearly bring on Eruptions or the Bkln Scald Head,Salt and running south fit?| Plcolata. ':
," not their occasional f(torts cheaply to press, throughout Virginia and North Carolina hop Rheum Rryslpelas While Swellings. Fever Sores and It is requested that;.fl Juforaation Ia the.,Me-

propitiate and to pasj off talk for perform will confer a favor upon us, which less.Seeing vrios ttmonial and ,certificate*, or all del ulcerations heaven but l.teraalaa4 aa acid external It Is nothing aa- session or power of the gabnants be directly eoa* .,

& u. Yet the principles: ; of the Intelli- reciprocated if they insert the abe cure by use SAIUPIIL in cases spoils all the fluids.of substance the body, which more or lIOu.d tees., What thus munieated to the rwdeativ*surveyors, the better,
indicated in their respective similar to my own I try a bottles ,JR1bn Rabeertbere taken lease of caases Rheamaiism but a sour or acid Bald which to enable them to def sod establish the toM It*
rVneer already) breadth Prospectus journals having a U
( some
al ;) ,several of which were mod, bat from the JL' siaaaiee Itself between the anal cation and boundaries pf the said fraateV*
ln tbe Hotel Mr. .t..h..IrrI.
formerly occupied by WOOD
stated call attention it.Meclea. ,
are easily enough afcd we therefore to deep.se&tedeharscter of disease, B.
; ; may, my 10< respectfully solicit a continuation of the extende sing and taflamlaf the dellcaM ttunes upon which It A. PUTNA1Surryo.cj,
oa this occasion pf the: commencement.f Department very decided change. Considering this as the only patronage whieh has hitherto been bestowed sets 1 80 of nervous diseases, of Impurity of the blond, ST. ArursTiKE : tdier WA, 184$.-
a era in public aflafti- do our horn probable cure for my ease,I persevered until the thil well known upon of deraated elienlalieas. and nearly all,the ail-Ma T -
new OF HAMPDEN SIDNEY disease was It is now eleven establishment. In order the better which afflict human.. Octil-6m: ,; .
age to custom and Kef then':forth, both affir i RICHMOND, VA.THE COLLEGE months .ine entirely,cur.completed; over there is not to merit it, hey have enlarged and thorough Mow led act horrible to make and sell sad nutaife* 'I
and I c ly repaired the building aDd adopted many fmprovements SMrs to a.this DRUGS, CIij'WlCALS tc.'
natively negatively twelfth annual course of Lectures in sight ,appearance of a rtur. Ilhtfu to time health SOURING ..
comfort or
promote ACm "COM-
In general we may;say that the Inaugu institution wi commence on Mon (WELL, and cur entirely ef their guests. The old friends of the house will POUND" OF,8. PHT8IC1AKJS '
fected by SUDS. at I P.iTOWNSEND TO ,; DRrcoi
j tel Address of President TAYLOR embodies day, October 22d, and continue until medicine of any SARSPAILL during time to 1 ol, certainly deem it an advantage that the table will .adfflft he would fain have it understood Old rirJ. comrTRT.J1&BCJUDR. ; 'ss st. awn
en the subsisting questions.pf the day, the the middle of March. it, nor have I taken t be under the superintendence of an experienced cob owmend'.Daisies Original Serrep.riJIjla ii IJI-.. '
doctrines which tare always, 1n. Hostess by whose aid they flatter themselves they ITATION of his Inferior preparation!: : KEEtgR BKO aadOOT IWMCaW *
1 we this
upheld R. L. BOHAKNAV M. D. Professor of excuse
Ob Pleas akowledg shall not be rivalled by any.Hotel in the South Heaven forbid that w..bflald..1 I.aa'article which !solicit attex&a.to their fresh- -*
Ti An invariable obvervai.ee of tbe Constitution sttric and Diseases. of woman and Chil- valuable ment I think it my duty to being'now enabled, by the constant steam communication would bear the most dlsuat resemblance to 8.ft;Tewsend'e .' English,French, German and Amcrioaa
-the interpretation to be generally that of Sanaparilla cored me, with the bleninj with Savannah and Charleston, to have snide and which should bring down apoa the Medicines, Chemicals, PainU, Oik 'Dye t #
Reason the decisions of'the and of divrae Providence, when nothing else could; the of the fine market Old Dr.sneh a mountain load eomplaiau and ensues GlassWare; Perfume ;,,, a-* Meicemes .._.
Judiciary, < LX W. CHAMBERLATNE; M. D.. Professor of and I feel myself under lasting obligations you advantage of those cities. Ibis from Ageau who have sold.-and purchasers wh
the administrative precedents established in Mateir Medica and Therapeutics.S. I can say many things I cannot write, t I do In addjtion they bring to the bUli*"an experience **,. used.c,.P. Townseafi FEUI NTL\a COM with Having opened a New Store jFree'No., .Mar"i'
a IJ.ppl
of .years which will enable them rounu. DnpaacJ:
the subtleties of most invite ladies to *
times not those respectfully afflicted I have
rood political MA'UPIN M. D. Professor of Chemistryand as W. class,we respectfully soiWt
to call me,and I will satisfy them judge better the means of attending to the wants wish Itindentnodbciu seIHs the.w **mutt, ; country thalen to q.
wordeatcheip and literalists, who cannot Pharmacy. ben. truth upon above fully of those who visit the mild climate ef Florida,for that B. Townsend's'.article and Old Dr,Jacob Tow amino our, stock before purehaemir.eteewher*,: e
find in the for the a and my other of health send's. SartapariUa ae Aeas Mr. uU promising, one and'all.wu> feel
ConslituUon'iuilbority exercise CHARLES BELL GIBSON, M. D., Professor of things reference the base.NANCYJ. .' thepurposes or pleasure.The .; U, "i--, v- -.u. enert i niulg nay dinpoeed tat
by Congress of the beneficent function i I t t.tcEKAsraa reputation which" the climate ; thai they are unlike la every. .particular ; extend to iu their patroiajge, to seU them cDrupaad .
and having -
Surgery SurgicalAnatomy.CIRTLZ MILLER not one single thug la '
common. .
of Florida in the i ,Medicines.,as liberal
possesses estimation of the Me teneaMaar
:t of Internal improvements, but abundant warrant P. JOHNSON, M. .D.. Professor of 218 Sullivan'-street. ical Faculty, for the cure of consumption and Presidential War ao more of medideeer
for Annexation, and Anatomy and Physiology, CELEBRATED other pulmonary diseasesduis; induced a vast }n- disease Ibis any other common.nnseicatne.aprofce-J all orders entrusted taut" r.,promptly aad,wUa despatch.
legislation contemr'of\ the* rightful authority DAVID H.TUCKER, M. D., Professor of Theory cellent S\ND! which&R3APARtu.i.-Thisex-ii inch crease of travel to this Stale, during th, fall and< .101I.1. what,.caa the public have that i j, :;' ,
; of Congress. and Practice of Medicine. interest compound, the creating a nl"er winter months, of those who seek the.relief a) ikey are receiving a genuine scientific medklae coa I. '. One of the proprietors being & renl
throughout country,has made forded milder talalng all the virfues of the articles used la ciao, ,sfford .,amplo
wbich'the by a 'atmosphere; and in view ot prepariag; giaaute of the IU"
I- As the Coy
to spirit in rnment A. E. PETICOLAS. M. D.. Demonstrator of successfully into the favor of.ou citizens this fact, the' subscribers have determined:that and which are incapable of ultht pea quality of all articles sed at their.stabgss.,
: is to be administered under the Constitution Anatomy.., ., and the people around a*. We have read again their exertions to merjt the patronage which shall dir them the AGENTS ef DieeaaTlastead of 11eaItb., \V. respectMly inv .NuWI"fOQ&r7.

," we believe, with our: President, that the let The:Museum, Apparatus and and again of the efficacy of this: valuable media be bestowed upon them shall be without regard to nothing Bat what comparatively else should be expected bom one who knows merchanta.who'inayiwisU! to.-beeemsAgtaC_

guide is the maxims and!' conduct of the the demonstrator iusrtioDsfor ole-but not unti recently induce havewe" had any toil or, expense. .: v i.r" -; .- a twrsoa of some experieaee I*er cook disease and)serve; It leqnlies a*- Dr; .Ketsler's'Celebr&M :Faa Medida**'*

"Father hit Country':and of our earlier cently received departments are"now fairly of it.proof wbich'coal in our poesesglon-we u tospeak .BUFFINGTON.-&:COX. ; even a commoo'.decent meal.. Bow;much met* tape (standard and' popular remedies) to forward- fattruddresa. '
many Bat frm tall''It that J-- / .
JACKSONVILLE t. ihepereous who waaufkcture nedlMu'designed \ i ; ,* .
Presidents and that the'irorrf would are now well without OOt.6L1849lltfTbe'RIchmond : ,. %% "
; guide very complete. The facilities for Practical tl. any excep fi f; .._ j -_ -- >Soliciting the patron :X.Dealers,we rMpattfuDvremain. -
be tlje peculiar course and doctrines .of the Anatomy. are .Tb .Cliniclavantafesare Lion, it is the SAFEST, PUAATT. and BET ( Republican will.please'copy < WXAK nomcm AK> txnxtva)nrran. .. .,- '"'Tiy ., .. ., \. "*
I lately overthrown Dynasty.Injegard .- unsurpa. the of compound all chronic ever offered to public,. .the cur the above until forbid.. :* -. ,:J .. should know well UIe-'lDecllw.propem. of plants, the : i* J.-;.&- Kit14EB1 Baa; '
lul cmmensuratevith rheumatism ,and ,.eest
dlu securing and eoneeauatlBg tbelr healra i.
N AlarM
r J to bur.Foreign Policy we con- and especially .valua and all' the blood, Irql. :; ... r virtues alsoaa extensive knowledge eflhe varioasdie- I! : "

aider,.that laid.down in YVasJbington'B'"Far: ble to those preparing- to practice at the South. many, other complaints *- \ I MAOLIAIiOUSEsefi :. SasUrWhICh .lIftt the 1aa..1JI1e." .. 110".. ."pi 'Sept27-ly. ..IW j 4. : : "
well Address" which : It has so long been that the age Is pemedieslo tIaeae dlteuell: .. : i iI ?
inseparably one twice .week in rmake :Sr-'AUOUSTINE. ,
are given a It is
to .
anus frauds upan'lb. .1I.tb
'. Clicl Lcure to
belongs to our, system;;,and to institutions Infirmary, (whicb is in immediate one. or"noJm.and notru.Tldo.thai 'we in I balm law wounded humanity,m kindle hepTte 1M pow de- ,_ .ii sowtUz4 LAC1DKT.! (
which all Clee overy FlIRTS well known establishment hagoi Ipsintag bosom w resiore health and 111001II.sad mmSECOND.TERM;of'
place. happlnesa an4 .freedom for and the Medical Science vlgw tabufaatUattMMine
) once a jeopardise .L
contiguity We ou'ru |iJjB| late undergone repairs,and lain the. Bushed and broken;and In baalah Inflnalty that ,wiD.000000000OQ M outtajsy iszt
the .
Dation./JO' scrupulous1, observance tation for
of in OLD
: n, .RicbmondAIms House.: In consistency; jMfBiB now reopened for the reception of. eoraf "ORo JACOB TOWNSEND has BOUGHT Mtf .
Justice and ?..The maxims of the Farewell these institutions the. diseases occurring in I.tn' bet.not .t ha lbs'remark e1. .. roUND the opotiialty sad maws to bilag his : lei Each.I qwter-I2weska-.t Ia:. stit1 eri5.a1i.beu _.*iasi,
Address the zenith of .. wbkh we bf' Tb well *rn* being. i our )?'or. Southern practice are met and the student m Hartford House "" *wiabarmwiveJ fefr period of 11la "
ftbe xiea.n' War, of has toe most eligible wt of ," -- ?, '[ .. Revew., \UL aequlred U U(b*inteatlon' of, the present, pro.torto'IIIta1 within : _'Reedy---------: each tens at the fbDowfaf ratom t-.- ';"t .
.flanifeslV------ opportunities" SOHE .,: .. ;:iPlf + -' the reach aid to the knowledge of all wile aeed R1g&iYrIuag,44qM.
,"of ,Oregon becoming acquainted .with: types..and THROAT.. >E .aaoommodatloB :twill: be extended: to ..that.they may learn sad. know>by****sxpsdesss. ,< -., .-.-; .-:*% :.Ti,- ,'.t. J
p Orndne.pnstjbefookelou as tU lowest treatment. The frequency Surgical l operations The following.alt extract.'from':a letter Koetts.jilayalldi; & !'& others, will and .\1 Transcendent. ; \ pbTi.e: above,with Gftcjmiy i

vo.sibJ) pJ of.depfeMio t> /before theV class,together with the faciKties received from Bevan,.who.badjbpenafflicted ; this )baaMdesiiaU*. n Ia aI uated. the lOath Power .to.,Heal..MBefpal These with English Crinniar-.sad.NatanI
Ae > of .r. with desk piaiiaevW,feet! 1oo f,'with court yard i Offlee1ltilIfm? ::lT. :! ,1lA. .7i"i
m-w rflpr'/.conriplex'; matter our for witnessing the treatment'of Surgical slreraj' witb/SerofMouii Utters, In.front,and proteotedfromaorthtait wiadar-Th Cur. .fOIe1enoealahadeclt. f

Domesfu'Poncy t 1;.t iglt'almost' .suffice to ease,renders this the best Dyspepsia, fcci, and wwriUy jw ; room"re..UJib *Itoatege'snd.aI\ ; ;For sale by FERNAKDEZ,& BISBEEV* ,..JOdt : ;I iJ..S elo- -.- -*.. -
.4" ,
say that.wy beffeve'iin i jiearly every thing 6f Pric.8urr.,o' .,, ; _'.Sbol the throat and chest JwF' =f.afUt tn.Hoaae.'btln. 4< 'Aog2311. "l' -JacbOhyUle,.E-P. ; } *-. /.
thai the syslBqOrpubJic acfioa Jar th last latrhed E' I .. '
: of Ll
$5 Tickets 1
: "
Ite '
; RMttytburg Va. ; 13 : .
malcei i 184oyMettrt. isbuilt upelllr .,'.. r"tct :-. ,Noticed 'J 'dPt
twenty years war Upoia. We believe thePaotssoralO5. Practical Anatomy$10, .-A;B.;:It D.;AuTDsV Before I cam"menee a I With the rainy advantages combined, the r The'iubioriWr.harinf an'ageatia theeltjofwaihingtoa Y- ,

in,Jhe benecientpow'es: r.; ,of 5 nobte;.Public rualion'Fe |25.', Board, including fuel,. using your 8a inv. sufferings'wera.'almost "proprietreai,>Mrs.tDavU: andret;those pre-- 'i> prepared to prosecute. promptly 41 'fAa., f'I_ 4;
Works; in |Uaf.b prqjedjpg Industry and the 11 ht rvnta' may be past eprlQQI throat was'completely) ,the honse that her exertioni' will bets paronUio all eUims-against the United States for property :' -

I useful Art'which make,19 jnoilcrft 'society, at $2 &tnnt ob ulcerated, 4a cough;ate,.... Very-reep.ettuu' Ii '. : lost or famished,ia the, Semlnole War'. and /or ,FLO41D4, ,. ....t: # '
frequently week : THE MiliiaryMnUci Pensions kc.Vke.T." : .
; -
the W aln the strength o the State anil the S.MAUPlNMD.Dean. Every1 ldi tjl f,iJf plliiflbqneatly
( '
above J exnp OD 1P. ,
: A4drw
.. a whltpir_ ; and bwidti, : hj.I a*.. r 8.; riTWf o,';ao ISJ: MES.W.-1IU.ANT, flpi ef .' "
,7onyilhe E Florid*. and prempUycitsutad. t n,