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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 21, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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.tMemr tSntii is thtf beading of an article published the Model, RpubLiCth'bt.aaad' ;pre: toth. l others ctoirailrto'lnr bad oriitf'ti rtaCAVre 2 v5B

i tnysteribnV T m&fyKply!! anil lotnelime einteaCh.reston'paper, bgh- of every American the uuuc'mm>veacuu ; :) "2 't"p : m: -

blessed l aplau4ngGeorgia forthe'stand lIg>rofohefr J : s %\\l1 : **"
as adrearn of Heaves to the pare inFpintv against pit pttbn Wthtji AO Lh4yws'Ftk. iA. ..
Northern cncroacbment can libertytlrpngbpyt"lhejvorldl. : J'nJsi baa.onib 27th'o1 ? Ilkt '
&utber '
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-baunter and accttserf the guilty!- npon ; ; Januarj' 184 with.PUnOUnpj SnaCnla Florida,
n'ghta, lately alen 'by some of bur.neWspa trate, inntt ;nHri3--gonei hopejessV-and i- ; -.. Califor '
ne6cagable;.presence J!,, Ligtingth rough .5 ; 4Capt:. -, ".'' .
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tvery vicissitude,.and.ealHnjr as tack to i the pers 'and public men| and:doubtless' the eyet.' Butourjival will* rise t bncean4 I Iunchecled fr' 9 the J3tk.of Ap1ls19thi5 oiflcrwal.reheveaof4h18 dud!considering f:Uhe i.ia'circumstance'tttuer ncniiy, uas'pro- 1. '' .'

iist bact to the.diza epulcbral;image>6f Compliment or reprpachr which ever it may and fe rle coverJhe'earUr.and T-N wnBiana.in wsuilornia, Ayh.ubjt.was! ; grown;the.most tuieteisce -or
[ be, is: nstlv applied and.well deserved in the the.sealwHK: ber'power and'ber 'glory* and and.as: J ee3eJ-bf>Bre>et1BYigatier cfbp'of extraordinary
departed,timerr openinga e the Jeep founituns sugar on record;, and, aa the facts t C.
pf early;passion-the. thrilling.;.apimtions sense.in. jWjbich it WBS intind d. /For surely the monarchists throughout, the..wprld'will Gnera1:BjIey At thi?>eriod it.apfeara to rtgard fq it,'getierally k nowninayJbe: ;exterisivel jn- gress ia thestrpa tceIa& *M '

of after years JWhile, the: present in' a portion of onf public press and public men point intension to fallen Amsrica asn; fear hYabeea.tbe-p.uroose bf this>tter bflketj 'benofictal ''to the* cpuntry-'at 'bVrjre I di4is : T
Ii&Ith angqisb! and the future gladdened have gone As far as the farthest in their 'at ful w rnine to,'everyrpepple.bereafter.aspiring wMeaA5?Pfbis-pred: cessor(1 to:have we"shall proceed to enumerate'themu'we; -' -

w.Uh jpg; Wntow of.iant.icjpatioh, ,invoke. tempts to ticile the, paftsipns of "the South. to'iseli-goyernment.- .. J :e ; thepeople'of.that'Terrttojj.. a : -collected theta-f from him.. ? -p.
:
thy spell of4 power., Unroll :.before me the against theNorth-to organize sectional par.ties H such are tb r thefrahs of ahTahempf fnrter.enjovment'of'tbel.iw9'cust6nand; He'Jia! tprbduced 251.hhJk osun.e'.ayero people of CaEforna

S cbaitota ishe4 hours j-)let ne gaze jnorepnjheir and 'to'prepare the minds of oar people to dissolve to'ba! our.Jaow'glpHpusUnion,it would usales-.apnlicableVb conditld ,and aging'JOpO Ibsi'from'195 acres of cane; and require o .. .

fanlight land shadoMf.VJ .,- ? for a olutJonrot the United States. .hut seem the dICtt.Ofiiioiflofpatrio1. 77\ 8 amc tirnetoharejijyjded1OttOrtfliZation has'jost t least 50 hbds.-bylnjpetfectgrindi prudenceof '

*? at old rna*; .the.friendsjbf.youth whetber these extravagant eflorts :are to be ism'to try and preserve"' "if"nbv"andjfory0rj'prieand ba government, such ing-bavin :Avrouftht'ncarlvh : >irtii* tbeflreasy.ofpeae .

ariji jpne./rpm ye < e have; perished on i countenanced discouraged, .is a question inseparable'.1'. V"J I'. as s|bflttnp1ate4:.1y 'the .nirith "article of with fritibrokenrollers; ; nvhicb,, 'eflIwol& not; ment whichwas; esUbG stsnde
of the ; (. f '
weightiest importance vrhich : tj ?e'Tlt fof f0uadultfPe H'dalgo-and' the admit bf sufficient '
ontle .
the tb'
great deep, battle field, afar.bujnthe. every From the Ntto.Odtdm pressure to. extract the
puUetisDect -
good titfzen'should..deliberate mb's 2) 4 8-iq tM ftUftL '- i iiUA t i. tm &>i '.

.land of and upon -.r. *'* loss
,strangers j many, very jnany, ] z pccurreTuljcaulngf from ;
clcw ui4 appre-
*|< VJMjK f u.ioclAmitiUHsaeffTiy it isthere thi
fciiw Dceti ;gatb rt44Hictryto; (he olatnurcn < parIfeelings and view.tdthe t tT IAN1. 'Aii DxsuzdN.-I all the this plficef ally.explaine.l .by..tae tollovvingvexfiact hensibnI'bf frbs jaboat 60acresbf .his best for .. '
yard of .out native Tillage. 1)ieyjiave left abiding welfare of his Bplelyrwith whole a calculations and estimate's of the hotheadeddisunionists ;from comntinhichtion from thVcoramatidirig cane*twdi njbnthi previousip,grinding! in cron'. ,Are life Iipli"aq4propr fr"p : '4

roe alope even'as' ihe.Jast ..survivor a fatJbresft Unfortunateljr for; correct country decision of of the South, we 'are pleased>;td general'of the'Pacific'divisIoni The juice stood at, the remarkable 'altitude tyZ undet,.tb ,protecfid0jj' -
;
tEe, hoarv epreKntatiT .of, a dated ; 20 .1849 .. -this ofIz Beaume's authorities! This would; .. '
: er this question the public mind has been a note that.they never. pretendto jncludeAthe January' to: Department : -deg.of Saccharpmetcr, [and phenomenoipun '

parted generatlbntV The;chains which once good deal warped.and excited, by the efforts state of Louisiana. ,On thia point at!leasUhey, : $ \ the sugar is consequently of ,very superior
bound me to existence hare been broken.AmbjtjoDx .- quality. The yield ,of molasses'is '
: of : demagogues "who well exhibit a 'soundness of judgment'arid I re.&ght'which 'tUhder etop thatsoma act of the last about
.Af arice,'Pride, ereu all thatawa. party knowing 15,000 alloas".' ." ""*" gusheda4.they! .v -< i nurvu, -
that"when*people! believe themselves insulted ; docs not distinguish the rest bf Congress hid provided,, or at least Defined, ;; fo their ; '
ken into the intolerable! thirst, of 'Thecire' mManeeshich law-abiding tcr 'Fonunate
.
reader
power .
their their, views or., proceedings. Louisiana is the government'of \vasthousht tbls'crop .
&iThd. I But tberira> '5oralev milder'' or rights encroached upon, they admire ''in.'this: ly tlrey are. npti.redocfd. ti
thoughts, sensible of her await extraordinary sugar'climate, are, .
to
and of 'the "
and applaud those most. done brigbWr paSKiges i ih the''dream'pf niy selves ''readiest do battle in their behalf promptly resist a reoJ invasion them, as the session,'arid.then, if nothing had been that it grew on some of our :ordinary' high UO", The.terminatioaoftbe* v. v- '- "xJlf,'-i&: 'h

beingyetiyiii] nt the fopittain.of Memory against the aggressors.. A/pjnng partizans any other.Slate,'either of "the Southern oj done Washington, 'to"pat in action',the sandy'hammock'ladd/which bad :.fceenr un.der'a"continuo'iis'cnltivatjo Government a yt Itanxtnt. ,

r thoujjhte.of pure aud a4geIacconmunion1; have taken hjvantage of this natural other portion*of the Union, biif'sbe' Is noj rbacliinery of f ,the .laws .already, .existing 'of corn and opCation'andThsLflciwj Government /aetdiaf nil;

Jinked.bj ajhoufand tender ;associations" to "and'each has striven to outdo propensity his disposed to make hers hf ridiculous bVsnufrfing here, :.anil'at'the'sanne'tinie-'propose to 'thepeople'of cotton ;crops for a' period, of perhaps', fifty presumed .o vwnt of the. |dpla.OBtit Cbn, to ,.w
tb and .
Paradise of JitcrallyCiranjoutfsa ;
LoYe' ,
in breeze and California to' fofm constitaiion years .was regards
danger a.State
> bristling
in this every shall .
party warfare. The : providelfof tl '
opponent wordy gress
tni
I :Territorial
t jTbeie,,was;:0ne-a creeture! of exalted jn-. Democratic, and the Whig party have each and threatening a resort to arms, because a .and present it at--th next session of these two"objects of 'culturebeing! "incapable .

ieilectt> in? .whose*thought? went upvranU sworn'that each is in. advance .of the other Northern fanatic delivers a tirade against bur Congress, when their, admission. law the : ,bf prbJucirig'-five' bashelst Tof corn orJ50Ibsof justifies this cpnclusion.," ecpastntof the"frbnv

like.the.incense jjovvera upon God1 in defence of Southern rights'and each have domestic institutions; but Jet teal danger appear 'Urtion as a State ,\vould at ;once ,6plv248p seed cotton per acre:and what renders people is i irresistibly &ferr tfie jfact.v t tthatbCfVihzed

MLtora) altars, they were 89 high aad unlike denounced the other for ] behind all she will be found as {'prompt in action"as many difficulties aad, vhi1it. removed a thus crop still more, remarkable .-the. /act, "
Tagging omthaaltipcbly-
earthy Vet- iras,she ot4pmad.of her ;for deafening those who make so much noise on imaginary cause of disagreement at hone/'would'give that a large,jiprtioh of:.this'; land has been desire to'abrogaleran : '
In this
-purely! party tgoveminen '
V>gb gUt*, With the bright.capacities .of an purposes. them five years .consecutively in cane, without
I and wrongs. an opportunity legislating for them when the ahernative .
ceaseless clamor the of wouldbetoi
voice ]
press
jineinbpdied spirit there wan something more dence" and truth is rarely, beard and prn still The:wholeof her present delegation in selves., .. ... f .. .. ,r ;. *" any diminution in the annnat produce under place themselves in a stated pf anarchy; .
than woman's meekness ia so severe a trial of its and without
< her.demeanpr.It both houses of Congress, .have, done themselves "The sleamerEdidi has been sent to Jla- power, "
more rarely heeded: This war of words has } i .
"
,was.the: condescension- seraphic intel much credit their zatlan for 'the J the; aid of a particle of.manure,: -- .
calm
for by bearing necessary intelligence, an on themto if .
many waxed hotter and hotter stty
years past submitting. J
rthe.fprgiveness.. and the tears of'conscious It is,aj matter of 'every day,experience ,
and and under te ceccnt excitement 'there, and have her arrival \vrth"information"that nb other tothedominuofth.strcnest. .
Quixotic. ,
more- more Formerly .it v",- #* .
purity extended to.the erring and passionate was held sufficient for the South to resist thus far pursued a line *bf conduct ont the than a revenue law.bad been passed,General with us, that"rieATland in Flpnda-whether ._-_" ''" -'-' '. ,. '
earta willreccive, the the election virgin hammock; land made fertile by the cAzLTLi .
any act of Congress exclude slavery from subjecVwhich generalap7: Riley issuedna proclamafipa.-for :; ; : ;
(.he.wasnot_ a being tq lore with an the Territories, for the that probation of their constituents. a v of the necessary,executive and judicial addition of manure-is eminently adapted to lately witteuty'arttIefer'Fz&sxz'& ,'
reason the'peo
tj
earthly affection.; Her person had no barinony pie of the Territories as well as of the States It was once sneeringly,..remarked, on the officers under the existing l laws"and re'cbmmehdingat the production of,sugar cane,but it remained Magazine tbe'"snbject b th&West! lndi : ',

with, her mind. It bore no resemblance should be decide the of floor of Congress; in reference North Carolina the same time, "the' election of for the.enterprise' and.perseverance 'of Capt.S. Slavery. Her takes, the/grotur that-EflgV. .
to
permitted question
to those beautiful forms!which glide slavery within their limits for that she was the last slate which gave delegates to to'acconvention form a State to. demonstrate us. the practicability of land, by emancipatln the bl-icfc*,"bisruined ; -.
themselves
own
before.the of romance in.the'shadowywprl4 in adhesion the growing this desirable object of culture:.pro-. *
yes But since it her to present constitution; constitution. -Mr.-, King arrivedat the time the whitesjhere, and. 'M N&StiaxvAf'
: of dreams, ,lt was.oot like; .ihe bright that ;- now will 'pretty apparent of to\vhich a North Carolina member replied, : these proclamations about being issued, fitably on exhausted old fields, five years .in improved the cpriditipn of tge nejroiIwhileat
Congress not this
act
r&iesofeingth wealth .beauty; 'and that the issue pass any that if she.was the last State to come into and it was matter of great congratulation succession, not only without any diminution, the same time; byHmnpvjriasJ&ig(Jajnaica-'
nature
then
which;, !is.. somftimes; concentrated to the cannot, much .deemed Bufficient' -, the Unidnj she would likewise be'the last to that the Governmsnt- by VnticTpationi had] but with, a manifest ;hnprovement.in,. the and the other coloaiea the rztiveat home,
longer alive this '
matchless form of womani It was deformity state of excitement 'ibohler-a keep wilder go out of 'it.i; Thereply' was appropriate approved of the ;Jatter .measure* "Everymeansr yield. have been brought the'point of stanratiori!,,, .
,
relieved only by the i intellectual glory of has been taken self-constituted position and well timed,but would have been correct \viil be used to give ,the people of This presents a strong practical argument in cpnseqnence of,the loss %.this once:; extensive -,

a darku1-like ee.'Yefstmnea :, Southern by1 had he said she,would be one of the last to California an. oppbrtunity of expres 'ng theirwishes"1'on in.favor of a, rotation, of cropi. aad, forcibly market for marittfafturctl goodsj J '

'it'may seem/ t loved her called vanguard pf to, resist rights., \Ve.are.now go out, for we guaranty that Louisiana, will ""this point; of'.bringing the establishes.the' inberentbut hitherto sbye"rlooked'capabilitieiof }lealsarg ethatnom's'a'rigbVt: >. '

deeply, tnxssionateh" as tltd young)heart can admission of California, even into to the civil Union'war,with, the not'precede her or' any other State- inUit matters to a bappy.conclusioh.- .' *' h pur worn lands on theriyer.lSt.Johns live.withoutwork,; and tb4 'taireforeT'ther. .

love when ltpours itself1but' flan'oblatkm constitution which she herself has movement: The whole of this- 'ontcry, The necessity of a civil ..government in' by proving that, however idleness.-which, the blackrt ;tf the WesU
a formed.
'to''his5idol, hefeSyere. 'gentle and however '. exhausted they.may.be bj.an unintermitting Indies reaerally/spend. their ,4ys.4.is.. ,
on imaginary apprehended dan a.

California ',to and control
,
late adequate .
Before the of prelect
,recess our State Legislature succession of cbrn. and *
cotton ropd, they
bnes .
lovi-ly around -creatnres of smiles ger'and abstract questions on thesubject of its increased of Dogberry .say'dured.be tteost tolerable;and not
population, composed
the Joint Committee the State.of the per still
on their
retain in relation
istirwi.vigor ,tosugarcari'e.
and: pi
bushesoftton and melting which lie insinijiate, :it'would.
glances, bill slavery, have no practical bearing or sons who bad flocked from all quarters of to j <
reported a
Republic .
but their beauty maJevno fiastinjr impression that, should providing among"admit effect, we think is pretty much confined to the globe, was"'daily rendered :more apparent. be. ;.betterji tbC make; .tbe |.biaeisitjaboraaJ -
-
ini heart Mine was Intellectual love ptherlthings Congress the floor of civili2atioa > r it becomes
an
and spread a
my Congress, meets but little .- 'The common "employment- which so v
into\he United States the
Territory of California Camspindenct the Richmond
T yearning; after 'somnething [invisible -andfcoiy" and New Mexico with constitution if any response among the. people of.:the every interest was directly or.remotely con JVaAitistan' Timts. of I necessary reduce th.e.m;tojfi sort of partolj

; Something above the ordinary standard then South, if perhaps we.except South Carolina, nected, and of a mass so dissimilar in habits first slavery.The ivhole jartlclw iWiftieatia,.
prohibiting Slavery, it should be' the One who hears Gen. CassJor the '
of human desire,set fend sanctified, who be worked that sarcastic vein i ia.whkh UAbiTXE.has naeqaaL .
apart
we can to
the suppose up, any and language, arid prabably part not with
of Governor
to call convention of time in of his cannot fail
duty ,
'
as it were, by the mysteries Of'the wind' the people, .to lake into consideration a the thing,'aftej the exhibition she made -in the out lively sense'vpf aii: exclusive"enjoyment, to be surprised one findhunso.set'speeches; uninteresting %H.i5 i ,at times,difficutt to tIL whether i
'Mine was not a loveto.beieealedin nullification of 1S32. unfounded be siieamnesd onlysp ing'.imoicalIyt .
war Equally showed the absolute want of an-authority* -
mode and measure of redress and this mode His is exceejin '
an orator. style ly clumsy,
circles of anJ fashion itvas ; bit the sentiments much
thronged gayety ; ; is the expectation or belief that the greathotly' capable upholding/public, aalprivate eeneraUy ra too in
of redress was abundantly, indicated to be his manner and tountenance without animation -
avowed underneath the bending heaven, of thrcitizens of tberfree 'Slates- unison with th sehc.aaaektessedMforedoubto&thewbo1ehia
contemplate InJeed thiswant obvious
resistance even to civil Var," if notbin'g less rights. was. so and his intonations unpleasant.! His to" .
when thepefectsiarsw alone 'gazing invasion of Southern sebnoogaescu Uer\
any rights, or and that legislative assemblies were
urgent
should effectual. Since then sufficient speech of to-day will probably real well, as'mcit
upon us. It was rejected : but not in scorn, prove will allow themselves to be led into any Unjustifiable established in several district of California, is particularly severe on the Eteter Halt phiW '
time has to allowv of his' do, -but it '
elapsed of some sober speeches 'was-very p
ii that anthropistaj.whom, he charge* ,with .having'
pride, nor by higb-thoughted unconstitutional :
anger or measures '
as and their the customs
by: authority; existing it doubtless intend-
He
sej&nd thoughts; and hel and there the difficult to listen to :
prjrli'She *would ask f efldship, the South few and blind rHluced six mijliotis.-of English;operatives "
my myymj presses and public speakers, some timidly regards by a crazy and Jaws, alreaJy! adverted to, were attempted cJ the: effort tor the; country, much'more threat1hinsofblack'sQuashe
athy, but besought me- 'With tears fanatics. tope'n ryiu'ordertbaZ. *
ay; be ] The whole plan was
to supersede. and this Senators setmed
and others boldly, have ventured than the Senate,
t4ie besought me, to speatiut: more of Love.I of to question Any thing which the indiscreet and 'judi considered as irregular an.I 1 'woul!,. in the understand well. shC call!them may: sh
the this to
obeyedber. 1 fled from her presenceI correctness new position. 'Never I cious of or all sections of the very : buried to their ears ja pumpkin, jeaUn their-.
any country end have beeri'dangerous to tli3 public peace" and sad to
It is
theless the House of Representatives have an interesting a spectacle, work. '
mingled once more in the bd'y tuie of being; can do to dissolve this Union, we regard as and thec public interests. down. thjSanate 'at the llanddozng.no* -rfi-/,
already passed a resolution and a bill ct>n- look upon present f f Tt
and ambtion entered mi MU). Wealth taming clauses the mere brutumfuJmen, for it is bound together The first duty of the army was to execute day.' There sit,: indeed, the t>voTitans'.ofthe.WhijpartyMrl'Clay : -:*-:-:. ', ,;: ;-.. ,,?'.;+ '

came upon me uuexecteiy| | ; and the voice that above set forth.substantially same as by hooks'of steel, which all efforts' will be the order of March 15, 1848, "to take measures 'tnd Mr.' Web- ,. SINGULAR Faiui or NAtititP-The.*

<>f praise became a foiniJcir nounJ. 1 returned Among1 the other curiosities of the tenable loloosen br'destroy. with a view to.its (California) perma-j, jtcr, but both of them are evidently old men, of Iphli and.Ianthe-which ionas one of.thei .
at laJl with the impte* uf manhood day, and the second, 1 most striking leaii.Ovid'J' Metatnorphosesyt
nent occupation
which the ; itt my with infirmities gathering fast, them'-
upon my brow, and sougili araia the being all-absorbing question has brought From the Republic. far upon was probably true'after.ali! Juatlsuch 'a-
opinion,was to separate, as as practicable, r Mr..CaIhoun, inyiiin advanced was,
forth,, is a: long 'letter from Ex-GoVernor ; -age
1'I tirtains. i TheTerritorial has .the ate.bf! .Masaachusettsw -
my j Question. the citizens from the control martial law. is thing happened.in s -
Tronp. .He advises incase shall last year, equally apparent, now,lying seriously -
She was .dying. Conjuiaiptk): -pale, admit into the Union, the Congress of California The policy submitted to Congress iif President The Executive ppvvm exercised by the two ill at his lodgings Benton is,' per- A petition. yeenlay present'ed '
"
gb aetly coiibuaiptKin, lad taken away her her Territory Taylor's message," accompanying the. commanding officers' jn California were,varied hap less change in5 looks than either of to the Legidatuie, on the part m a*.iwli-- i
wjth constitution that the
jinlJ existence.. The deformed and unfit. present yidual in the town of,Chi1niak, 4ing."tbat
Southern 'States themselves in "a document "relating''to California'arid New only by the ejncrge'nciesai they arose, these three great leadersvbut he too is'.old,"
lug tenement was yielding! to the impulse of put per- Mexico rises importance above the be seen' by-their saveral reports active he baa a child fifteen years-Idk which was-
; captious whichmay and his influence, gone, .The members
for the
fect last the
preparedness resort
t-ie Kul. ,. by illiberal, and, .contemptible criticismsby on the civil afiairs of that territory. In their of the body- are comparatively young born a.female,, (apparently) an&1 h stened. .
her wasted hand I bent her establishment, in every State, of Military has Rebecca-but that recently il\hAs.}manifested .
Clasping endeavored
{over which the Union c'8eekstbrwithdraw the respzctnre administrations, each and amongst these, none is more :
men, prominent .
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In speechless agony. She raised; her eyes Schoolsf; Qn er es> armories" ;- arseiials, public mind Tfrbm the "great"jssue involved ; .to' airoid.tha application of the principles than Mr.: Douglas'of Illinois, who. entered itself: to be of.the ,male .sex- ,II*-therefore

to mine, and, in those beautiful emblems of manufactories of powder, &c., and then The 'Union quotes the.following.:passage arid practicesbf military lair. TtlleapecUully the Senate when he was barely of the I petitions that the name.of,this an rdgynousofepririg -

the soul, tread the affection of years-tbe "march upon"Washington and dissolve the from thVme'ssage, arid pronounces it "a covert ,.submitted. requisite-age. .His rise .in .public life 'has may changed to IJ'2/w ."We '

1 ng emoihereJ emotion bf a smothered Government'of' or that they adopt fltbe expedient attempt to make Mr. Polk responsible'for' .. MG.J\y..CJlAWFORD.- been \vonJerfully rapid, and, with the -advautages'bf are"informed that..this account:isj perfectly
arihed of slaveholders ;
iieart 'Henry,' she said, and I bent lower into the an emigration of 30 min the action bf Gen. Riley." 'To;'the. PKESIDEST. : tact,rather than ability,, and his correct, and.inslance-presentapne of *
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to the faltering tones of her sweet voice llliav territory SSdeg. the-most; -
"I therefore did'fnot interfcrp with die North Wesfern position,, he has as good a
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loved and I feel that with a r resolution bold forever as>slave jt.wilFbe seenfroni this letter.that exer -stranger
long fervently. of'.a I ers of the military commandant,: continued prospect'bf beingPre&de'nt' atrsbme '..futurevaa .
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I.am dying.. I. rejoice at it. :Earth will expresses ise ,pfVcivll>authori'ty1/q/jert4! peace other .' <. qourtep'i'i .
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Southern Convention Mississippi exercise. functionsof civil 'any. <-
cover this wasted and nnseemIy)form,,but proposed by governor .. first assomsd by Brevet Brig-, '. '
CaHfornia iii thu ; ;:
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the soul will that and seconded by,South,Carolina, that as before / but I'made ,no such appointment, '. here'va.some speaking 'vow do'I l.5k, Pompeysaskayoung
; return to. promised and
Jbttter land, where change or might end iiw nothing1 better than; "paper conferred no such authority,arid nave allowed alicr.General'.Mason-, day ,,aftep the ths4'morning, on a point' of.' order, which Jaady to his ervant,as be fisisfctd dressingliant --
circumstance resolutions..Upon .''/ no increased compensation to Vie commdnddht that bad been made reached brought out several of ,the most'prominentmembersjof inassauoajiLiekiliULaaas. '
intelligence peace :; '
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'caa,.mar coaxnuaioB ot Spirit. Ob, his services.".; that body.- Mr/BuH, of South : -.
Henry, had it been permitted!|but,! will not all.such views as are here expressed for him; he]. sued; his proclamation* notifyingt'peoplethitihe.intended't0 Carolina,..speakswith..peculiar*pfecisenessof ,, --:' ;
jnurmnr. ,You were not created jwitb more every one can make his own corn meots. In this 'connexion the 'Union contends continue the and determination of but '- a Tl ; do -
Nevertheless, we ought to look before'we that although .Geb..'Taylor may.not huve ,phrase, purpose kgowYon' a Jio.?' 'ttOyemassa
fiianmanood'sbeauty, and L deformed ,; exercise of., the/.civil authority, theretofore riot 'very forcibry. Mr.3lcL.incjjof .Maryland -, neveriaW
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rretchedjwl anil have dared to love you..: teal into" any of these extravagant measures; instructed Gen; Riley, .organize civil gpv ..vested in'bim.The"Yrec6r'ds.T. \, 'is tausifale "aqd 'jle sin.- "Ui.SchickotOid ,:LacedOO4OWAtOas- '
I knelt down and kissed the pale brow of We may asilytalkof a dissolution of the efnment in California* yet he is responsible "*- of; the arofficfUTnISh4abundint point with great 'Jenks'sjabistable. ,

the sufferer. A smile! of more than earthly 'Union ;.but the, attempt to effect it is a more for th- iact, inasmuch as-"lie fai1! todisa 'evidence of vhat feortof civil anthority. acuteness., Mr. Gentry, argues, of. Tennessee?, baa '. 'Jenks.' Pgreat kk ,
difBcuU'and more serious matter. lt\ vovanJ i'icozzed' Air aton iii JoolJenks hasat l' ; a. -
tendexness stole ever her features,and fixed :a \ thereby thiswas< GeneraUMasonjbad;discharged ; a nobJe4yoice'an&' direct.way iof: expressrihz. '. goa .
the're'like an'omen of the epirirs happiness; truth1 c nnotlkdone/! The several States that behdf't. : the hfahest{ duties ot civil governor, himself which command attention But Jackass.", ,- ;rt

Bbe.was dead. :And they buried her, oa'the 'will not agree to dissolution'and theycani ,We have nohispoetion"( to shirk thi re lIit1ntd lit i t'aidn nota- it iseaiy tav"perVeiethat 'Mr -Topmbsi "of .;Cant help1it.inassa, ___ -

spot which she had herself fiele&d-*'deIrghtful not agree upon the various conflicting claims snbnsibilitv" uobn the nart of the Administratipn neapUDiic,' aicamu.T, iuiuuim, v. >, ... Georgia, has the'fear of the "House more 'de- b4mn1 .. "n j

place slumber'curtained by green which must necessarily grow,,'.out of: the at ; Indeed,* we''are 'quite willing'that; He organize a-State:Department; Jwhich cide&llpthan any'other' member. Many : .

;voungwillovis.; 1 have stood thete a thousand tempt Hoyr COUld\ they .divide,the public President Taylpfsbpuld be'regarded'asv ha ving -' Brevet Cantaiv.W> -II. JIalleekW Secret deemhis.late: CPUs,.ii the ;election; of "I wonldnt mirier a *I1 '.1' '

times in a quiet moonlight, aid fancied flefat-tbe.:public tiropertr --the public land 1 taken the initiative in1* the'''transactions tary, .Indeed, ho. discharged ,the./auctions: : Speaker, erratie a4unjudiciousi but JUnust bad lite an'old\maid lljoytifater.r .

tjhat I heard in'every breeze that'whispered Would tbeJ North quietly surrehder'to the'South which, led to the formation'-of a State constitution arid duties coniirionto the office, ,of ciyirgoyj.i.v -' be admitted 'that he arid those who-acted claimed a buxom.country 1* iu!pit bearinjj:, I '

among ihe branches, the Voice of the belayed the buildings and: other valuables at for the,.territory of California, ;arid as er i ''? -vaThisTproclamatlphan'd; '' ? : whoactedwithjhimwere"lmpelledbyhigb'raotivesbf tbe other JayfcWhy?notW; dinandedao.;

sloinbererl' '' '" "." .' Washington, because they are be&wecntivo having authorized,,the\estiblishment of the records of the Theyv ,believea'Ihat, Sonthenv astonished companion. I

pevbted'g'rrtrthy''beautiful; ; p.irit Tbkth'iheveyibaridpned.ipe _Southern States 1 :Would the ppper branch :civil government.there as preliminary tojthatmeasure. acts' f Gtn, Maspn; 'as civjf governor?after members ought to keep the House .disorganized per you pi&.up tonn'actof.th*' '

InVtay wearj'j'pngriBoage'.v s of.: .tte Missfwppi give up- its moush!- .! Yet it is due to the truth Q hiito* he peace, wee'c yeJ at.l&.Dp1rt1ieatotWafbefore until they bad some assurance that Ahe failuriofi M..Ees_,.

.' .Gentlyand'spbfbingly; '.Ibpa ;cpmest Where would'go our-standing array and its ry, that whatever; of blame orpraise; js>attribatable the'openin of the scs.ioi ofCohgr'sS present Congress wpuId.Abstain from jegiauj ---- --'. .' 4 '

% to watch over.my{sleeping pillovv:_:to cheer appurtenances of war) Where would go : to the cpnceptipn organizing.* j lation fnjo.rjcujijtd the S6utb'* 'Ilad they'.se- ,LAz1tflh-- ''- tp.

' me midst the'(ra1s of humariity--to mingle our several ships ofwarvjtb..their mtn and civil;goVrrmeUt! .on.tha 'acifleshOUti' be tio of l'rcsidetit'P .hlC8'tth'flt0f' servict OiIbc : cui'eI'tlie co-operation oalF'thC'} Southern 1846'eorn-being scantbiietcoOrYr

-ihy;hea eplr sympathtes.with my;''Joys'"and armaments ttio that,.'side.which each' might bestowed uppn the right p irties "' pasagafrorn rcprtse'ntatives, thsir object; taigbfTprbrAbl jr sad one.Oflhejcitijte"ns iLAireeci .

,. .Wrrojri and to make thy 'wild ibprovings prefer 1 .Th'e'dca is'preposterous.. Nothing be message.quptejl bthtom; enjoyed fqr the.consideration!! 9t have*bsen cascomplished.* >A.&it"is it.hasuhquesaoaably for brtad. JavingtwfH; hoepi' .1.1talitybf

Icnbwa and felt' inthe'dark; momeuts of exstehce'jf3 ;- of'the kind conld oe 'psaceaWy done.But is nothing! njp're' thaa the >imple dechiraDcrn assumption: 'of"ji wer, after tl. pace,, the tcnded.ttp76at iefy.'s Northern ex' '
;* a wari i horrible.'civil war'endlcssto, TOONtal.eyes"would which far' frbai beui t in it i of _
in ther tempest'of passion, ;1n; the of a fact go qyrtI I tecipt'of ,)nprfssintheirantirslavery cthey itboogfetf aftvaet;

i'ttterness bf crime; 'Even DOW'iij the awful be'the:' inevitable .result.-? attempt Jby the,Pjesideni.. any8OtUpOfl a wmiiHi iiitM iwiy M'"** todSaOWan&tbereby.rcognizedJ1i5 uieasdres ihiy ore puttiris the Union; In kia: -I
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v ilm which precedes the,,laet Vebinge ja'flJ? However,we may,difirin Otberrespects. M |he.last ndmi/iistnvtion, .fhe-anflouncqr < ) action Ar.thaibehalf : peril, i i'MttS.'trJi1" 'r : .r' '. earned towards the plat? of I jattrmenv:aad. .

bng1n; ; the cold thadpw 'wjueb now agree: upon this point.. V meat ;of aipreliminary: L'L WlCl'1 ,'* on the part of the last ateywwtwtion i iVVften i ,,VJi- '" CoLoa.-wnulst' ben% me bon of tbtZiis follow. ____
Tftretches frooathe: grave to* tire presence bf Wr,4beiA.a'civili4Ap -ragrng' ''wildlytbrobgbbuttihe Would have Gen; Riley "reHeveJBriadier..Gen. : HORSE, pr ANOTHER' -. I'Mr'AfldwJOhfliOf car .' __

lb1ivinc,! Heel that.thoii M heat'ine >,United., States, let; iis for a iayr mre-rbatt' fason baumed pisely the povers ; Tinnesset' T > : _
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>ij- ; .- >: > 4i Jelt nthfop alt sorts of Phad*name _
moment contemplate and'tryiftwe can sottItJWO dvith ,theas- odMr.S. .
,"Tbv w B JMd *In) 44>D .. ? vowed yi f* PoJkbe; ,5 which n is redeces r' xeftis Ahe.0rdinanceof ?'Pobt _
Wtcbinc_ _the lov.4 wi4 .r il to esrtb.Li.i .f iqe ,it lgitimate.fruits.- '., -'Fi.rstlytourGonfuoilrb'ebi'ok himself;.constrained tg''be *,nt nfPt esidentPblkts fli1iSt1iitiOfltZtCoMthdinGeual a? for having jjovei '
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.- *tia 1 ""i-f TJ 1 -5 i hd'e4li'Sttj'bein four 4'i
I T the'full enjoyment of its 'originalYighfsrights' C6dd not yote icr that. 4' -.

.: AT a jrecentinceting-of" e Arebiilogicat | whichiineitbtrr adjoining State* nor more' of'the"CtifQ fth'PaiW'piEio'i ,iso** fh' t vh>t\Vith'staridingrT/p: t'b8 pF 1 ; -

;;; Instadto)in tondon;aaUfte nt .i leaf of I Ia' iorejgrv nations wilj care tor orrespect.f For $ tineMfnqulryWrXfJohtesotfgavesMWfican'treplyr afhonwrof..aBOtbercolbr. : N ;bcfs ot(eaa1 bit
having eooughto do to butcher;eachotber, tbe.commencemeu ofb p set edtJILtJuWaoventheId9CU That-ti ; oJor he haS nafeoTO4ani'r.fc t
the ,
inguiaf discoverywhlcb'irasin! pull. .
Sre should be pqwerThsfor' any, usoful pur- .". ,iWforceofthisrepUcatioawassaoyeryvbelmiV *">- !**j r '- *>' '

!: Ing aowrt'lbe'wkJJi ;f 0n6Hc'barcK inofflersetsbire. pose.; California, our present bonibfn* rigatingto'. progre.s$ befot any.oiers ? }baffthf-', "**--rf .

- : ." scd1ptu red tention,''will declare hErself,independent} and yS S SS&l JUiiOTH'Wcre.m that.effijc re eaiTedfrpm wy- eneratlay.j "kin-* _thsSQuiier-thejl A i '_ ; .
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'figure mod i&he>tt sraalfthimberwis fonnd, being M 3'etiI% berinfancy .StateflwiU: milted with tbe message Jhe ,! > ._ -: j-r (M4/n To art far.than.as.Uie;
ntraldinr.IB > *i. -Ar 1. *1.: in WordcovCtheetffCY, iant .
' cIo5e4bt.a* oak'aae let inll* eelcauaieceiyaeig'powe.o t '.WizUip4asi +IW1"Yu ; '

. 3Y4ibli haaberwi siajren up, btl s our. rial Gat dd itmoal'b
which watainaes of dry iwcirulitel bl663't' Oregon"f ill datfeffher & i ad

. wIll prbably etUj bsekd-ober: oN6& I.ath tho ;1 ftlWi .JM iTW, ,-.T, --rFnwnt ,.-,,. -,,, iTPo1eT514 ; ',4it.'s.L'eQetknti

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E any are indebied.lidf oUr Representative.! thfsnliijectoThe" ,. ,wittniuct inaniflt' A L'caJliilsa* appears ji? ;hLt paper, sgfle4I> bj
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-- SaTty jbisv ibelared ngt& valuable map; bf the; United.States, bythmber1tbe :ThNiw oflaiek, rbeommendstbatde1egte & tier'. V
State Virginia vfi flfbd1piep to unite with the territorial'lines and routes of- sea antecedent to thei adoptiia 8uIgstkc Pf be appointeii at Oealaathe ap passenger%. Beiween ibree ] mead*of Ite eaal V

TentioQJPii eibe* iatlnyWieDtidoption iriC of n: steamers distinctly mak d.-. gratIftng-reflectzon.* JtUisjjtnpwla thaw paMig Spring Tetin h4tir to reP V of,gold tftra; b<

eaiuTedtfln37 54 .ne wsaryrto;'providetor.tbeirinutnaldeftoctitirfUneetnre any .' SenatorMORTOS' will ;aiso accept, out thfelast :sfesBpnpf< the Virginia; Assembly! r eitEast.n4 Spaih'flprtda{ at'Nash vflleV, t[heO rAMremendouconflagratiptt arrivals. -

their thanks for public documents.We heated resolutionsotfihe-sarae subject ,we't .We accord* viththia sugestiott"for the

utua1 Mfety ,, O pbinttMnt'ptav.de1egiteJffpmcac& the Ct.VQf8aiYrand0WV : 1 -V:,
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fc adopted) strenuously' bppbsed, hbjvever, ; party)
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3. RtxJved,.That i m tne, opinion Y the have'received the copy large ihelast'byafflinoHty; This oppotion.s ah'dljope tfiatwhig i numbers of the op. ceinber 3asJnga5tftgt V V
General.Assembly; ?*.SSwtlH'rn*Cpnventfenin ,- 'engraving bit"the Deathbed bf John Wesley ; the city atJaIued $ re.siiteJto
1i Who ie at'cajsf peeb,
; which the Staiess Stliesare chiefly hasejtjyyw jhe 1jef[ that the j resou- qslte party "may' rescnt, ,
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represented, ic .
< hbiid! coftsistjcif; J>eletsfca: pieced jbyahe) from.the; publishers,' GtiDDisb HICOINSIt i n5'as then,reported, looked.to'.a diss4u fij J express ao''nnreserVed/bpinion tq the VJntits at TrbtnVnevicd

people of ; It by the unrivalledSARTAIN, ;, The: Engraving lion of -the,Union as remedy for abplitibn ol-the step taken, ;without reard to ions VV L of doIlars'A.: 'V VV Z
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'assembled I represents not .only: theaffecting; aggression-declaring, as they did,, thaj the1 the *arnngvhich tb Floridiaif bottlS in V Y Joul of ,i1a(1$

% nbejautboritjideirivedifn$ uch.'an appoint* event of the.death of 'the "renowned Divine, State would resistcertaiaFederalenaCt'nf18' I firrrofeW oy frbfurselve's,") of Whig defeat i.nrecen ?tt was. ne of jh .m i j j tody tfcjI
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: ..went am! ; ! beprejiajfj but also likenesses some, Uyehty personsof'di.st'in'ctipn :
"" all hazards electionf.' We hay ./fft WhafYha L
"to and :
represent.; : $ .& toeverfextremit7 thlmgty,,4weeitir';
of %
4v Rdeef41iojibn the.liap- cotemppraries, VVKsLEt Public opinion seeinato/hayeinoretlEToulily paerbas often uttered jtbaUt is a question ciual and.most notpi i ieamblingjrestabTifchment, % ; I[I i(| nf .to to-wc'ttij?

I, peninr bf eitb'e 'bf thp'TMtingencies; contenijlated mostly! .Ministers of the sect'of .which he canvassed, the qtJestidn'.dnring the above party.r Let menassert'"wharisjdue: ; to : ,: 1 o pn>nAtt t

in (he Mcb d V wtion\ ;Ihe. Govern- was the ounder. It is about 25 by 30 inches interval between, the ;tw8, sesslcfos, and |the rectitude,Jwithbut_ regard] to party'disfay*r day# Sanday*>ndUweek?d> >WrM'r v*> T'HUU V
,w be authorized Atii' rnerieJinstead of f i in size, and vill make:an instructive and erit or.applause.- '- blushingly and.boastinRly*;'.did
the to issue"his members have assembled at. .tft'.pre ire od.t .
convening Lcgiriftatt) pro Vfhen framed; : .
ornament V
;clamatton fbr the el&ctioj? f'Delegajes to .a !bandspme parlor lime possessed more fully of the sentiments I "THE-WIIJMOT PROVISO. The Assembty ibet ba the. tf brajfitf fcrqneirtJoa VIi
?tate ConventiOn loicJft'iQto"t&nwderatio! # Subscribersto Godey's.Lady's Book are entitled of their constltueBts. The alep I IY'Vd,
% the mode and rne'asnre with 'of. can.be purchased ; ptess'.hasjl/ The Washington cOrrespondent of;th when. ,. MThiarcm was du1j :
to' they
pf edress, povtfto copies, : uttered ,its potent voice, and,the leeTslabpa olthe'State r CharlestonrEvcningNcui-wilting the 7t tI -: h6id-mj Huf'tSl
appbiot Delegates'IS:; a Southefu .ConC singly! on address to, the publishers, PhiadelphiaVrc on Governor; V : & probare .
Tention, ,. and, ftradopt. such measures as $2 50. seemsstobe: shaped more in iccbr 4nst./says: "From-Several hints';dropp[ i .On the 2tst the Assembly the closepf t ttf
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'JmistricVaccordiiigna daice with the public :wiILiTbe'rjsold'lions :
JBldckvood't Magazine' tot' has yesterday, in high qnajier' it jjs evident the Col.. :FaioaTud MII : -
,its, (preMntation in the January I adopted are patriotic and firm,and **; we.rresiuenrDas made up his mindjto refuse teIflATOt? V yttne1tko'

: House of De1 gat. 'ando receive th'ts- same been received. -It"contains an article' on the as were calculated, as they did, tb cqnmandan F to sign 'any .bill containing the Wilmot Pro The'new constitution; has butl4r

par an ;
c 7* i j viso'V a vote.of twelve tbouisand, ; ibat "goei, Iam maIg
showing that his biographers have ;
: fense as a compromise"they hive ever
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5< JZeso/reJI'iThat: regarding'"the"'Conven We thouid fegretif.'we could found pu r eightbundredagaTnstit ; ready to'prove
-. tion; proposed ib l be helo"ivt Nashville, on th'e imperfectly appreciated their subject, am I, met with an acquiescence from ,influential I belief of this determination on the part pi tbPresident' C The :]mining: bperafTonV V *
first Monday, in* Jnrte'ittext, as1 in tended to that his efforts in the alleviationof human I. preiseiofthe State that opposed the 'whole t i
enable the pcpple of the|puth'to take cpunjftl T suffering demand an estimate even liighe r action'of the former Legislature;and looked 1 npon; csthing surer than ilhintdropped" 5 pendtd, in consequence of deep ; :

:. together as tb the best and most 'effectua i than has been awarded him. with little countenance on. the incipient'action < from leaky.underlings at Washington V heavy! rains prevailing., t % ,.cfttots
means of resting die} aggression of the of t or that GenVTavlor has beenrin a stat e We-have also br this arrival
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North, enforcing a Jsnpliance DEATH OF TUB PROVISO., present. of mental indecision the\4ln !th (.:.
; on their as to the course 'proper ral address and first annual
part with their constitutional Notwithstanding the of .sla Why are these apparent, changes'arid' J.1*" -V- :
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obligation's, ant agitation ,rhiinl&pursueVup to this
late period. : to the! Senate and
thereby bf ;flreservlng.the 'union of ,these question in Cong/ess from the first day why: this unanimity of the ultraists and con His ,BcasETT ; ] of boonteThey'rt-
very declaratioa
; State?, .now in i nniineat peril/ky V of opposition to so senseless new.$tate of.Californb. The' -
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.reason o
Virginia. Because the
the course.pnft-ued! by jthel. iion-slavebolding of the present session, there has been an evident trine of dissolution doc a*measurers Proviso has been virtually well written and statesman like UdjaSt1% >r

States'and terreprcsntivea"in Congress, approach to good sense among Northern has been discarded, on tecord time after time,;and .as! hejs not v'ews'| ; The Governor advises otbenr e.lTo
in the' ceaseless'agitatiirLiand that top ii men. This has been happily remarked and that of the preservation of this-glorious t'bYman UnUI; 'eatstioo comii
to Jitter
the most' unfriendly PpirU)) of-.q etion8' Union advancedas; the avowed of legislative .vainjnrorde, neither i he the ing the ratification, of'Jh Governor of{'tfcii
and object
inTolvihg commented by the We do
the peace, tbe' iostitutiohs* and thivery' upon press. acton. Talk man.to eat those! !he utters. Congress, and is ih favor of p 1 Gorernor'of,Ftefr V
existence not know that we Tiave ever recorded an as.we may of sullied

apprbving the fcbjects bflhe-Southern'of pdid Cbnventiori States; ,and as obituary with more pleasure! than the fol- honor, .violated rights of northern Aggressions : Both Houses of ibO .Leis1ature of in chinery motion of and the new state ; ; thy' y'

above set forth, the, General Assembly doth lowing.In the people of.the South-are n for Georgia have adopted the resolutions reported t cites as be final and biad

recommend to the good people of> this commonwealth the House of Representatives on the disunion as a remedy: This sentiment is one by the "Jbjnt; Committee" the State of the adopted,by the Sfates of VS V .

to 'isenJ eIeates. thereto; and; 4th inst., Mr. Root, cf Ohio, called up the firmly planted in their bosoms'and cherished Bipublic;" providing for/the call bta State'Cbnvention igabtwhich States, were, not, .
thai tb this end it is desirable fti
they liold 'primary'meetings ; the Union until after their State V
in each followirg resolution offered with an unspeakable devotion-not as a in"cs: r'of .the passage of the I
,,cityr county,; anu election district, previously by j md into Sbaftetn)
and appoint.delegate* to'a Convention to be him : concession to the spirit 'of fanaticism-not Wilmot Proviso, abolition- slavery in the gonefnlly4i operatioh. and pjeaeeaMy i-

:. held,in: each Cpngressiobal district in. the Resolved, That the Committee on Territories because they have degenerated. froin4he District of Columbia,*or lhev"admissbn' of i iCaliforniaas One*of.bis recommendations it ** eI

month of May next; and|he District Conventions be instructed to report to the 'House, manliness of revolutionary days-not because a State jri its.present pretended people of color! be prohibited provUkm

so constituted do each select two persons with as little! delay as practicable, a bill or they are blind to the unjust exactions; organizafioa> :.A bill hasalso been enactment from setUiog lnhabintb.V
passed
e,. parties the .coantry,) rho shall be delegated governments for all that part government of the territory or that have been attempted by northern men, PPr0Ptg30,9qq to; metVthe expenses .Reports front Washington by j M- Mclmu

S to"thVfaid Nashviljl Convention. ceded to the United States by Mexico \y the nor that esteem for the latter has been cultivated bf saJ! Conveniibnfc negotiation* between Mr.. d byIbe HousE?.

'1 State G.tResolvfd,, Thattb; (.Governor of thi treaty Gnadalupe Hidalgo, lying eastward and preserved. They,love'.the Union Resolutions have also been adopted V V by.the British Minister have resulted in & in' by tbe Se-1 V

remlutions be'requested.tp. each to, of enj ibe a, copy s1aveb of.these ding therein.of California, and prohibiting slavery for themselves, for the ancient haloes which same body for the appointment of Delegates tory .ljdtmenofalI matters

States;of tbw Union and also to each of our Mr. encircle it, arid for.the benefits it will confer,V to the Nashville Convention 'Sting' the within the Nicaragua question,. -. / ,-s
Haralson of Ga. | ; ukeper
move to lay the
Senators and Represeinta es in ongress.; despite gloomy prpphecy.'bpon our posterity; number four.for the State at large, to be civil Jorwdirtioa
resolution
on the table which Florida-Ctrl hThe"
The vole upon all was nearly unanimous, upon motion Though the North has violated ,the.spirit.of selected jointly by b tli -Houseend two | [ of thet Territory
Mr. Root demanded the following paragraph,
with the exception of'tie fifth resolution! yeas and nays, the Union, and has demanded that which from each Congressional District, to be elect V citizens bf FJorid*,,

upon Vhich it stood 87!tb'2O.; which were ordered and being taken, resulted the South refuses to give, our' people still ed by the'people thereof. the rounds,.wears an air; of ,and eonti&ve
in the affirmative- 105 bility..But if true-if tw* thequ stionaot
79. .
yeas .
nays V
trust to their In. of' this -< -
'The Washinrtnn 11erniWe ,rarit th vnt. 4finnt ivFpntv.flirpp mpmfiurB frnm nnn. energies, and the bright prom pursuance the Houses assembled rnitV cFirlV hail j frnm IHrtn ?! dffiflht11Y itt.LUeOC.
.
in the House ot ise which surrounds them, to use the.7th. inst, and chose following TV V States.
KepresenUUtves, by which slaveholding States, fifteen of them ; triumph liketo know;their names:, ?
Mr> Roofs territorjal 'resolution! was' laid being ant over the petty devices planned 'to circumvent to lepresent the State at large:. Hon. William V
voted for .A.Vy000g man from. Maine V
iVhigs,
the table laying Root's resolution ,
upon indicating a disposition I them without LawHon.CharlesDoapberty : Mathew qvatioa.of.
breaking down the on in'California his
,
on the part of the House fof acquiesce in the on the table..Another. 1 bulwarks of the Union; svhenthe' would Hall McAllister, and-Hon. Charles McDonald the Sacramento gays, and almost party ( ,and*tbe Sut*
Iiev the step
President
K> in
| proposed by
respect Deatii on the saute day.Mr. 1 leave them two Whigs and any.other digging,two intelligent eonamlttel widim
td C liforniaan4 New| Mexico. We trust more vulnerable to their assail two Democrats criinin 'e8Ci
6
GiJJin-; *, of Ohio, submitted rcsoluib.is ful young ladies, with no ,
that this inference :
mybecorvect. ants, instead of, vindicating the of V'r? of detemun-
'The great J>rincipl tbthe people'pf a t as follows, and'demanded the previous* which wrongs V SGf* As there aeft vast number of the an old grey-headediiegto, ; -.- -_*, .t. i' r.

territory; hereafter tn become State, should question thereon : they complain. V bt r-endl I-JDemocracy .who receive the enticed Jo accompany them, and
We believe this to be the real sentiment of servant of the father of one of a V
hare tbe 'right of framing their o\rn domes Resolved,i That we hold these truths to be the South oracles of Washington Union with implicit est of these girls was hot uuii jitE iru -
: tic ''institutions,1 fandei nor' restrictions but Belf-evident that and we trust we are not mistaken.We .
all men are created free faith doubt their V&7
we not they will endorse imagination bad become
those imposed by the Ccmet'lutiori, .is so and equal; that they are endowed, by their ,are not the impugner ien'I-rnoties! the gold stories which they bad ;; SenaXL'a&V
following
opinion
: as a lair exposition bf
inwoven
with bur
thoroughly system bf eelf- Creator with the this State-of
inalienable rights of life on question. There may be a' spirit of bad determined try.their hand -
the
government that the-publie Wntiment bf the and liberty; and that governments are constituted chivalry which would prompt 'some to"giveup claim of the South at the time it was a fortune.. The old negro was. ; bly convened, *n country:cannot fail ta sustain' It whenever maintain eL- 'It extracted : ef
to these rights. pen dfrom the columns of and left in authority- thV
was the.
that rightis brought in jssae.Nd .Resolved in not the Union'alone, but life itselfratherthan camp during the
That constituting governments that paper of February, 1849 : look;after the' household affairs passagyc of
one has anapanced this i principle more i n Territories of the United States, it is the concede more to the spirit of Abolition '-'The Soirrn denies that watch.-while the girls pursued > ;civil Joriadic---
distinctly'or nrtained it ::with, more point duty of, Congress to secure tb all the'people There may be also threats uttered of dissolution Congress has any operations.Wben V the over Y air tbe

; anJ emphasis, than Mr. CtlbounV In a debate thereof, of whatsoever; complexion,, the merely to deter the North. But jurisdiction contends that over the the subject of' slavery* and camp, the old; darky was party alone by lottery;and all.
we People -of theTerriloriet
in the
Senate, three the Senator enjoyment of the aforesaid.Mr. ; sold by'sad
years ago rights Sate
,: need not resort to this. We alone, when they frame Constitution girls carne'in during the day, '
-
from'South tiarolina said: \: are sate, ,whatr preparatory the
Haralsan maveJlo lay the resolutions ; their' visiters Teiritoryim -
: '*Sir, I hod! to be fundamental principle ever,policy'the North may pursued Our to admission into the Union, have a : hospitably M bx fixed mad
,
*
if on the table, on which motion Mr. Root demanded right, to speak and be heard on that miller. no fear of being mofestea or
the
political system that people have polities are not in that the criminal
decay
nor are the hands This fact they.should leave forborne
settled
being if. V
establish the and which really turns to
right to wuat.government they yeas nays, .were or of ut State fixed
,
so
weak.
our
sons Whether we' that thit exciting accumulated' ,
isy tbisJrproper themselves that every dered, and being taken, resulted in the affirmative resort ,to question might be tpetdily $10,000r-they ; ,be exercised V
untried gathered.
tate'aboatf-to! ,become Itnemhcr of this remedies or treat the aggressors with adjusted, if .counsels."prevail; The $7,900They were officers''
: 104 1 1 Civil
89. and the ,
'niou. has* alright to5ftrmritsl, own goTiment yeas,- "", nays t dignified contempt, the destiny of th'e South South contends for her honor and tbe'great youngest ran away. from ( respeetiyelots

: >| it plea-RCR| ana 'that In Order to is steadily onward, as object principles of non-interventien, and State; entruJonTheVexpeJiIiontii aoJ furveyed .
around
? Tadaritted, thjte is" bu Sooe' analification, LIUELLOTJS.1'bil39stho every equality. Why, then,, .cannot all, unite and ] have Weat
: Olive Branch must c vince. us. We. have-alwaysJbe* permit California to come into jhe Union ; *
nd that I fs, overoowttt'shall be ..repubcan. publishes a letter :attoon shall
view of bonnddry
.-?IThert i* no eiprcfs provision that ,-dated Jacksonville, .January 15, 1850, lieved that' fulminatiojis, against t the Union as the can frame a Constitution J' Then, affording outlets by and between'
'feet but it trortt will forever be accbrding to the doctrines which prevail totheira3ef f .MidJIe Florida, S
; Trsojts that important econ giving an account., of the author's travel a bar to Southern unanimity, on Flondaw ;: T
both sides ;
of Mason
; and Dixon's
which goarantees tp'every'Suie in this but that : line, she mote the important ohjeciW
a V
from New Haven to this upon true remedies man'will enacted.by tntfr
.
place every '
; interspersed constitutionally establish.bsr domestic V'f -
L: nan a republican form of Government may labor -
F, Wriot"bf jself governtflent on the 'pan E with ii number of assertions regard to be found to be united. It Js with this feeling institutions on any basis consistent with republican to manufacturing purposes' : this laws'snd act part%

iMpdjvidu*!* isnot tiear'co'easily be ea- points on the route through the South, which the Virginia resolutions hate ''received*so principles.7" The South:eoulil 7o of- \ihatf portion, of-t .theSate, V '
blisbed ol unanimous nothing by adopt ing tuft'course. V On the rectinpf attention? to the
by any conr e reasoning as the are as foul libels as were ever penned.- The support, Mark the caution contrary V ; : : ;.
:
;
*ht of a community or'Siate to'self manifested' ;vt would avelaU foKwhich tie'timterndt. Wacissi river,and eonnectinr .
the the
governint regard to '
South' "ii
/ 1--t-''' great annOyance to this sensitive scribbler proposed ." v V Tha T> !iiT V

There mrght be aqs4rn* about/.bounda., appears to. have been the negroes. No ern, convention.Upon ..that point alone r' Now, among those,who cried amen'to the canal' .with tha SJ.;Maks.!: ( he uetenn mea*:to*

t ascpo theapptitonbfa-newlyOrgan.. doubt, like many.of,. his compeers i, he would was there :division.And' why.? :Because above sentiment, are to be found ;the was. Veldloa: thft.29th: for the\State at-

&,jState for adjTai ;on' tnto the Union) ,bul I L illustrate.bis .aversion 4o the race if it seemed fraught;;with peril to bur national who very which two : Congrtssibnal'
t they ones carp bitterly at precisely the delegates'in HU
3* suth it sam; ,
case
every ; for the aseetiaiathe
jvoiwdjbe Richmond to
Congress were at his at peace.Jn Whig-we find two practicability '"
more his
adjust that ntatter.f If Ihtf new-State had I mercy own door than doctrines alvanceJ by ,the present administration I*t < fi NashvilIevCba-! .
they ably written; communications agamst the the.VVacissa navigable for stean to 'baicelected,
.
antbsnituriittOo 'large on 'ec- unfortunately are. Of Ricbtobhd, ; jn .reference _tb California. What
itof a territory, utilj it ibt be admitted I YVilmington, and Jacksonville,he tpeaks of measureand; to" show 'the. entire' freedom will these men,.do3 Will they. r epujiateMr.Ritchie bOtV5O its unfbd'with thaO Ua !} 1 V xties-4! .

; t tharotiiioL1ovftdeObdy'siaj-i dirt, pismiresand roaches on the tables, from commitment on the part of ,thefJ Assembly ; to justify the taVtbLVGoIf jithe7 (3theVto, examine. V V
position
A Vis;was done>rheu>Te&4 'came rintp.the and aids that "the business of Jacksonville to any rashness; that, paper expressly bold will they now bility'bf a_'canal for naiiatiqn
or
; tbey.mate
lion, and %re do .not irso'inigSt not beC-idoptei :in f-respeet to is conducted entifely'by negroes" It is imposible I the convention resolutions were simile and a tickJamUy are the same ? They Wacissa to a pofnt.hsa Newgairt frothBa1ie,

Jifbraia, if it fthoold-appear that her bonn lot us |o say how far his experience assented toas a jromprbmis all shades of are fcertainiy'.;efiectualjy'impafedi on tW Marks"an4 whether, by its ; IT5d:1tNeW: V

/ieus de1ae1 in be'r' \constitution include extended,-in lbi exclusive line of1 traffic during opinion in the .Assembly. Jt dwells upon'-Born of dilemma as a cockchafer considerable'water rower.tot 'bringing thf
ab
a'
: : mierritoryf.io: Siatie the guarded terms of the 5tn. estabhs'inents! ;| gKsh9hips-of-war
bis brief
(for his departure was'sudden .>resolution, and inet
) wire
on-a pin U
heTIithcuIte1pertainng41o; .. this; ; : < .. i,1 i- ? figre? TSIrM1V
stajberrbut itTs also upon.the 4th, which calls for v V twp commiuew eportei bathe
::40ubj ct vre
,UfldlG recede, / bian&41sippev,I who,conduct business here are,ampst! wholly C.nyeMioi"upbn't&hapenrng.of liii cp Xialcr from California.gres The' former{eipress 4h"e-' pmnion Central'America. V

.when It is practically isppreiched in a ,patriotici'eopCJJiatoiy gentlemen from,the.North.. > tingencies contemplated,*-.and.Devolves 'the 4rrifeEijfriC4.Tbjjjejth.thip whole''chahneV:from. *lhV< England -al

piriUA rb* next genera 1lnali.ourseof the.State upon the action of aUf Empire city; Capt. WiLso arriyedat sources bf the Wacwsa, a di wards jlenforeingi V
lion may have cause ioWader; that tbeii friends of the WakulU Times $ -Ueflt New.YorkonTtbe fljV js Sh )eft'Cha. teea Weoty miles alleges to be,4usVVV_
: or can\ba made
fatbert found,JBO;!muca mm.'tterfor alarm in a and Ocala outherirUonvefliouTh&WWg pn the 26th nlt.,arrived Jamaica on the ,and ct taiiag a'-,
business Argus are giving good reports of says also that the remedy looked at a tost.cot $6 JoOv -
,eo .capable; -jad/nsting/ itself.I .- ;to by those ;; <-'eftonthe'SOth' \ exceeding ,( ..
4inertcgji the prospects ahead.. -Tbe .forier; promises who have assented-.to jthe )be*less than :
I : Convention,: is a Among thejjassengeM by the'Empire City, may : $3t>00: The : V

-p n aaJeQlargement of his.papers and the. .other home supply of all bur/.domestic. wants,;an areHon..GeorgeW.WriWanijlon.' Edward difficttlUesare'at the fall >r Subzn "

r -. IristdotL.agktr. smacks his luxurious: lips over constant supplies extension pf raariufactufin i t, jt;;will be State'of"Gilbert California, preseniativ'es elect from the tlJOV ssa'tal be OaU &1ewOV V
a of ; and a bf; other ; Hba-T; Butler King, and -
green peas ; variety noticed that the resolutions! make V divides ino'8eteraljtreaT;
bejriiJi )teagberbi.board the Con-. ielicibukculinariesi no.attempt SamuelWard1Esq..< '; 'andVo&
p '
'vi tShip 3tCs'C Ve Wfejike tohea to form an issue upon the admiissioa daljforniais'a The steamer 0r wn arrived at' Panama disappear in the earth .-Tbli' ,: cast their voter

4iIo it.Ve cordially/reciprocate tbcr'good State, or_'any such South-irtultify. oh the evening of;*Jani;20t' Witb; 90/cabln this Ipoiaf >are;ledges and to byeJnf'

*lIr troito: ivIrI, au, il: >prd .v*;* 8'7eiy .ponor, expressions tow.ards us, and ivrhile: .wejhope ing'pretensibns., "*' and 208 A 8teeragepassengensSbeteWsan; ; ; t :l ? t :. .& .
tnLbookpitqt;1ss irksome that the. Francisco New&Yeai.day.: 4a< cyrecec-
;
Times soon equal the" _
,
: may
and inniiwd Republi- removalftllese.will lessetitbe
: :occa fonajljlowever: ;ii >ew4 : : IhtChtrolte wasexpected'to leav Cba ion IQTITWVeX?
# 4 ,feire'-f. Itroucatd2Jn'Is*" *at-*,"* rock canii: inches,' and; fecond expressloiiof 1zt.iecaoL-Duning fajate.j i t $*, grea V on her retuntNew.Yorkon the JOthinst ter v 'bjraKrdin free' 1 i slavery*al ia

inb&bfte4(| by Porge*>rf aP4i.peTWInkIe5 F i: similar iope for.the Argns,>w. are sure we pria, lift 3Itv James Krkpatrickther! editor > Mr,1 Fremont and his lady: will-take e ulto'eTnver iniotbe (Jwila V th ,
broken ca i fronf ipnii "v/ecif,4 hafl: |ivefiwthng-) by'her'should-the" '; 1- -;. *- the hasm
DSi \ over our AVa blnbe.PebrialRegfeteft. and; IVff/JfPfcket. passage health of* the -Vtbi4yethe party
.- WrbeJroht lord Jcbpws whWe? tke' tick pf p'orpoue, l.iTghor bii ftbl>; score of' i.l-- F! *I.&**>/ i UAA.KTJK A i' f *_"" **-.k.Jl' Ci ,J'*i*J'* "'-,Jt*'Jt_**1jittemptin lattet be sufficiently reestabliihed.'f# -> '% V V*"' V V
teeth of ;g.fa&lW. .tQ4the; interesting ; The ropel1eryC/zEsapEakeatnivd at Pana. that the rive asfuliy dissmbbgues _
*
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l ifrbe ulf1plze s1.beautif4liUI- tantalizing;us wttlgreas ;;ei her min; the 18th UTtandtwasjoi1eaefor as eyer.itean,, do, how much d&cuig
o brass.nineIli !U another thing -U pehed ii;ihe-'jfiames,. This?diadfl-cji..San: Fraicisto in 'f 4' Curents De Coflcel3tratetl. $ V afl&

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f-' was held 4th inzt.4oriborprpose ofdopnot -_ _1 -- __ instructed
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: '*!* ratt M 4iCTW ii! l5 ;'t -Jr y. gop'dWPW -jrere rn&deOne.. <.tO, organize_ a n- gr4roi IQFhcrolina; ;' 9nherao&fe ;cQrnp1YV oundettae-; : V
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tab Geatal of .Cote-kw; beea directed by ,.f AJ.l.W1UGn.;, t' .', 7.t-' > .1) < .( -11' am1 jU3Barrittitii '> q. liNe. .

to liberl. &lbe .I in ... ..ber1tof CoIiaaWa (. .i' .. .. ". '. 1 >infect and4uAg y .i II .oJUSfI' .
his eat *Tes o..atl t' ",.8JJt : rt EKxabeth &eitoxi sad B I.mlnistrtor ':.MraEftJlDA ,'P..1--H) ...._
4. '
..eo t. c. .
AflgoJan1F.7 "
cue pf&aeTio1nosthr.t aJlCIDpt ia wQO.i : :: ., :" t\\13-" .i.1. ; -'" > Administrator,of Mary"Cattta; t.1auaert' 'MiD RrrcJu& ,: _

perh pis'Merely. to be '; O' -. -1 r .,'J ..: '' s.," -. ':.!n doe'dV and Artinr JL Reed,ads ;"J1. ,,." '" : :rJ.u 1 H. < ) ,
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;WA.iBD.. "" 'PX f JOb ', ;Master JAMS Kofroa"
," ., ':. ; f FraserdoeeasedandPtulipRTafeof- ;
the t.
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feeld ia fenwm brer Government u>4 -' > "" .J.I. .r-ii'- ;, _

people af the United Stale;J"r, ;.a* the,writo .' : "/1 i' .'- l' AND:F RTH -." :' CUEfOF!" .P .i the State Of.Georgia*aad Tno*!_ I Ii *--S = --. :. f,...-..-..; ,.. ,. .".'i.. : ". _
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IPfIhl& iateftat the ,Scmtbern: State*. of !1 ..,.'. .,' 4 ) :;"i f%. I .5. .. -i .N.paetoti State of New 'An.Jaaas CajtloafurfcJoia .f 1-t.1i"# W'Rn.h&unuXA S

uaUni oppo kxmto,ih* 'project* ,if '. .'. :." ;.*. ,NCO.- t1., -.,.- V % 't.'Jl uYt. ; :- .d I .',York,Executor of Job,. Fru : I :t f'i .., ; :
-- ; 'Koau'1'c..B.-w ,
\J 'cIclefetadaatL' ;"., --
;t .
the Cabau tpttUKlnis&w Cal*,has more to ".i" .. -.W c. J.? C v--.r1ou ,,- '' '''1IIeO' t'?
; :: tIi BaOAoan
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,.' fear from the rtckleflaBtsSjaoJ cupidity of .'.,.. .c_ '. ...o, : 4. i ." fe01litJ 1It rr appearing to. (by affidavit ai'1'ta ;"K. .RerToas : .1.) '., .
JM
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. ; ". 1"A --0..1"lO' ; ;Yonge, exe tor defendant;fa the tainted
adventurer thanfrtwrj ,the'&wth '. .1'.Io-W- .I \. :. RerGaaVnyt \,1 ,
Northern :hJ r .;,..? : _. .CO--. ... ,J..o-, ". in the above i eaaae/iesider:out of:lbs Sate of t-t'
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:. : : \. '.' SfII ." ; .18. '. I Florida Rn-"JOILUJI Em& lR" t'
Ur.CaIhoantaslmaaid.fc> t> 'utterly opposed 1 Lot .. ; ,to wit,ia the State orc.is4 that
: PROCLAMATION BTt?TEOMA2 B1iOWN. ,. \d'i 4.% 'j_ the said l- 1 Hoaxos, Es.i.iM _:1kffjl.; ) < i. -
;, to the acquialtkm of Cub&under prese&teircttnwtanees :; '.1'.tif-/"f i # "J. .' N&plft',executor,feealso1 re -MrWatuT'W. ; .; .
;. he and Governor ofFlt1rid4/: "" .tJ.. f'1 r sides oat cf tbe State'of Florida to wit,ia tie "i"ii'. '.- : .
as 1S.t.oUt'&gUe"Mr. ii Cl ,t ., : j tate"otNe"'Yorb' v r\-JOU: iXt1 .
having--ma4 ., .lJ-l!.
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known to \Jt.- .: .
WHEREAS. ; .
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the earliest to the : .: .1" "- .! "" t -
,
t Butler were opponents annexation : .ft isordcrtdi Thst5eid w
was reoentl1 mmlttect ,. t''' -" -. : defendant appear and .ewtandEfo" .: ,:
,. .
lfltboCoitntyofMarioyjn ., !' r.f' : answer the 1Am ; '
of of .. aaidbin within
/ four
any part_ tbIsState.. b1'. .De : noaUts from the .
"ttxi '
.._ : S S. ;' .. ". first .Ace;r.iIi.';. '
ABENERI.Tl1OfPSOY ., paUkationrfthuoTu -
otherwise be .
1 ;sjhu&-wuvrii. upon I ; .. '' ; .it shall, '
.
A lawyer (nuh him an (cififcji in.,the form the body of.one E. T."';lobly, and,that said : TKrsMediei1I.hssredOereZ.- ,' .; > takeprocofuso. .| "y "' '- wanted in lunryparU'.U 1 ". .(.

Thompson wu indicted tried: and:eol1Tieteel i ithereror. ) S :JL- : t: '' Jit wjT; :$/.That: aodpyof.tiMoroer10' farther partJcnlara.a ,1 ,. t. .- '.
of a berajoa, or aii. iqaace.' The, .novelty ,and fined in the sum of one thousand dol. I /J ed. based *nIfreldd ft 0* tI >.. hepb'tllhei 1al newspaper wintedJn the. I ; 'GLADDING k HlGGJt; -"X'. A14eUao.n :-

of the structure attracted! thY attention of lars,and imprisoned nntfl aid fine should be 'wb. kJi b sum emocy au a paidi : JWWs
ome Irishmen.who .were jiatiln/c/ ly they and that sail Thompson hi escaped from jail and "I'IImII/ I,S fcrttmaTfctim. if herddaewt&b. ..oUIt4 c gtj con week for,four mantj* :' ?' : :J" 'r iStnet.'_i'k"< -: 'I .PNt
/ 1raceC '
and."idinl.t fled from Jostice: ." .' : 1iMwt JIIt.bocH half ca hu beep. wctASpzini ;' : : -
marie fail stop, :; e buILling 1! : und ''1e'scroTijloua 10'be ,.. -

very earefally.! The awr.zouewbat.die/-. of N;the
fasted: at their curiosity, lifted "up .the wirn i tae rested'by the laws of said State do S 's" I hopelessly fat,rrnrr oDdercutauoaa BUU glandular luaoroerj;'ehroole .. ; Jacksonville_ No21tb,1S.dec1Z.4 -. by their.Agents thrOBcboB "
-- hi head zn4ressed. them hereby-offer One ;; I ud many other rheumatism -.- TBepankajersof.tnis I_> .
'
dow, put out : Hundred Dollars Reward/or the I Complaints springing from a derangement.of tbe t ": : t M $ t..: 'it', S .
rand
44What do stand :.there f for, Jike! a pack of. apprehension of said 'Thompson, and-: his:safe the etrenlaSon,-hav been'raisedas it werr from the rack" disease secretive and organs", neyoo' rw:: berimisdIM&th1PI.heIK! 4e4 -
wIth -
delivery the Sheriff of ::1 regenerated now; Mr. Startain-expressly toe.ta_ M' S
said County of Marian. eonitiutions. gladly' testier to'.the .
raacey blockheads, gazing at iny: office! ,Do Man. ijlLpreparatioa"Tti t .efficacy of this inestimable' : impressions wiB thereta1 1 'c" .
;Said Thompson; is about 22 testisao&rof those wbohavetbeen NOTJCE'Is iAt ... h % a,1 ..i.dsrsu4notmebs1rstaiasw
yoo'teke it for a ekurth5 of !jfrrsMences cared by,it* we,with-their :. ., -
has
years age;of fair complexion; about 5 feet ]0 h te puMwtod from lime to time ,and 'GNJ0r7 .
: One of them replied, I.. inches ib,height,-.'ipara. built, sharp face,' large I :1 of the moat:overwhelming testimony could be brought; were it dedrablev mass, Tare 'Eaq 'ida Marrfr 9r : iII& PI4ttJ.ii- : .ss ,r oj ;:
.
"VlariD eed I vas ihuikh);. so, ti.1Iaivtbedevi1pokehisJ nose, black eyes, anbnrn' hair, upper:front-tee.h iI I ; inestimable value,.'..The afflicted,,sal lhose.forward"ba.liav proving. most concjnsively'its -* April or thereabout,.1 49to.self,2BVG&! 631flO : ,Biacfc.YTodd?*,. V fflli.P : ,
ea41 ont of the decayed.. ; ". : ; :'- '- '' ; ::I ..medicine;are invited make a trial of its virtues,and 1MIt uie4 ihit ,.. acre ofland.intherra4oe4oGnatjjs' Ataeiaacounty. 'jnft-- : .-
: .L1 Testimony whereof I hare hereto set :d: benefits it along can besto",1 appropriate' to" themttlyes- ,the .Jointly'owned br said"Tale '''J crin'M,', ..ASBJ:1"BRITISH : -'
wiadow" I. I *' Payne, and tae ncirsofI(iBmh.-s J? Sf-.y -as
myhandandeansed the Great Seal of the :L i / ;. v QUARTEI fi- .
---rr S
[sun] State to be affixed this 25th day.of Jaan-. !:! ,' CANCEROUS 4- >, : CIUS.?BIUTSHv > -_ .l 1-
"ary, A. B. 1S0.. '- --, : H! .Ttus cure ULCERCU.OF.St.VEN YEARS' STANDING. 'ExtcutmoCI the EatatocCN Brash,''. ., 4"P'fttft(rUII to'e3fl7- .
was effected fa J' -
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-
.J. .1II., LOBKHT'i IE Rt THOMASBBOWN, :./ aiulborheilihstittcontinues: jwJJalylW8l ITllflnbere have been. no'symptoms of a return;-: S_PaWka.Dec.,2t.tanS. <. .'. :Owing .. .-4 .
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bIbs kto
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''JAc&1ILLI:1; t--?i Govtnutr tf Florida.\ I' I :u - -- S :YW70TJ7f25,1844 jxf J .-. latkms amonff the nations ot1pw T J-
.
the :11' -11ISa.CnUemeaJ jjtS1JOK70Ii
? By Governor-Attest, !' rbnsUer it but :c9DEr& io
an act el _. ,
DEEDS for w-.J"a i foUowint facts Jtmice to you to "i followed sash ofber in sack eik-.
CommtoxEa Georgia, C, W'DoWXIXCJ&cnt/J17 of State. HI in reference to the great Bertest I have received ia state the : -- }
the '
Xbkk CaraBaa Korth Caroliiik Maine January 26; :. ''U. stinate' C awcanovs ULna'ORIn1 breart. cure' of.an ob. of which wtft Virginia ,31-6w
,1f11:1 1 was attended eighteen month by a regular and skilful- "7eiiot; o f t& iijf'J1rbt4 cats of rat"Bri-fsartf I3h l -

.Pennsylvania. jj' advice and counsel of one of our moat able and physician.a xted IiUte Magazine the a'degree interest TtUMKtcnpyamiddlgro 4.
I Colombia experienced m Amca-pubttaecf ly
t Tax .
Collector's
County, .Bale. I !:11 1 least benefit whatever.1 the without the -
'I L various methods 4
: |j lyjTsMosuf I. ; for of treating cancer were edited a> _
i it. Ire -.en in snccwrton my breast burned resorted to; fresent Prcprietor'for. ttcentuyeort.
VIRTUE E .. : and for six was with caastte three limes sniay,. :s .iI ted and.aeeossarifjc;
of- the In /1 u was ; .
C** tjr' Tax C.tle tar'a Sale. BY.", I shall for pow sale rested before me Court by I "f ::" internal nicer was daily so large syringed that it with held a weak solution of nitric add,aad the cavity or lJrtMTI.. _" _.J'.' J newspapers; and:ta* pcaJbu. I
the
i expose !' over sn ounce of toe solution.< The doctor cfiter treatise to b furnished t"
H House I I' V probed the nicer and examined the Companion betveen Godty.en&tXt by .
door in the town of Alligator on the : bone and said the disease : j
: was
11
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BY Yirtue of my office, 1''fli.expose for sale, First Monday of March next one improved lot I" I PI ,to would the lone be fataL*, and 1 if was I did advised not get speedy.relief by medicine or an operation advancing,ux rapidly result _. .PAilJIonW, ; ": tare 7J. The to I to have proper $ tIs?
froDtoUhe Conri Hcfssedoor of Nassau in the town .of Coumbus; (number not known,) I ::1' but finding no relief from what had been She done breast,and laid feeling open i and the bones examined; .N.1S19 the Lady's Book gave 910 pages,which ,and the vary low- at 4bq---- 1,1
Cesorty, OB the.1n& Mondays-la-Janenextso to John 'II I I :.1 almost was rapidly getting -
belonging 0. Linn.
Ii despaired of worwt -
recovery and considered Ml Is 116 more than one,and 1 Maori than the areoffeted$ssaheeribes.Ii r'bet ;
I I '' my case "
I nearly hopeless
tit :: 'Ill.
snack ef the land owned hein of Waterman ,
by "Seeing .
A. S. T.\VfiIGIIT various testimonials and certificates of other Philadelphia monthly ,He 251 riz' : '- .d. "i.1 J" .
cure by the ( : gave tagravjngs .rP"
'I use Saus'Snt -. .
!
win the State tax due"thereon for the Iii;! 'mti fA'eu Similar &P.- : U.
M to I rn
par Surifand Tax Atxt&nr //11111111 my own. concluded
off. to :
tx a few which colored
: I try bottles,several of ; among .were twenty ,and '
S I which
rear lM -t&z, $65 eSctsI:-ttget&er win all neiissary and Collector of Columbia County F tl' ,decided were used,but from the long deep-seated character of my disease,produced no very, ninety-tlree full ,is'1 J9._more'. than TITE LONDOX N QtrAiiT 'i" L. -

.ipeuei attending sahF&e, 15,924 acres Alligator Norember 14, 1819. 22tdJ. S ; '! 1 j :: until the cbacrr.disease Considering this as tie only probable- cure tot my ease,I persevered t .one and 130 more than the otherGodeft .. ", _' THE EDDlBURGH REVlE I ) '".f ; .
.f third rate Land tioundarias kovn. aid IIi 3 J I I ::: was completed was there entirely land befog and lying ia said eottnty and returned P. SAWDEUSOS : : ; is not the s1igbtest-appesru-f a return I uttrtftrt all THE tL STE1t 1U" %,{ i4 4
< jnMtoK lil& ezcecd ,
of CSd t
ADd
mfftlf wnLe Jhe cure .ftr.q ; nagaxmej past presentsan4to
tftetit 8u.s'
to'tbe Texr Collector by William. Ukkman as iTTOXXET I t II .. .a.n ae4sciai. *'.&"&,,'g.4 .
SEUOIl : ii..r :
COt! AT LAW, 1 Mru> co=!i\
..n..inotVatenaa]! I Please faniittgii0rlkatltatr. ,*,n"j .. 4 '
.. remored his office from Cdnmbia : excust this kmc-dererre4'adtnowledgDvent which I think it '. : \ :-.
A. J. HRADDOCK, HAVING IliiirtnJ ::1 make. Your valuable Sarsaparilla eared toe my duty to I Terms-Cask m adamcs postage-pa! -Y .
to.J aebonrille,. Dual County : when IDeWlUa blessing of Divine Providence In Uses* periodwalsfan -
Sheriff anil lax CoQettor.Xaasaa ;; nothingelse could
respectfully informs his friends that he has I ; and 1'feel myself under tatting; obligations to ,." I can ;MA05CTICEST axa EZTKISITK nxxicxs. moderately though ekariy and: :
Feb. 14 1 ft. 3m associated It/I :: say many things I cannot and I do p
Coanty. write most
with him. 'in then practice of Law, his .I' iI lt p ;; ...1Iee.to call upon me and I will satisfy them respectfully invita ladies afflicted as I Subscriber a Club or single.S 1Ari6m. of the three : >-
fully ef the :
truth "
brother; S. XV. &EESox. ; I :t; 'and many other things. ia reference. .to the ease. ; : ',. _as_ stated above, \Vhig, 'and Rad1csI-'Bae! .
Madison. Male .A iidemJ". The firm win be represented at each and erery 1w': ,, -,NLcr,.I.'JIILLER, SIS Sumvan-street. 'S ., may coose4feTent Engravings S "LondonQuarterty"Ia-'Toryttixr-1EdlabBr8 aijrtRaview

ii- Term ofthe Circuit Court in the several Counties ; dlj'' i ; One copy one year three dollars, with any two ":WWg;sad tho." .sW,Kni. -?&. ',4_ 4

moB Exercise.f this f BStltaf l.n were of the Eastern.Jet ieiil Circuit, the County of ,Ii, Hi "- LIVCFt COMP LAINT.I of the following splendid premium plates Deatk Liberal.. The "North';Bri&i"},B n'wwIteestabliebment. .

A. Tenoned on the Second Monday' January Hamilton in the Millie Circuit, the Supreme I' 1\:::\ The.following. is extract from a letter received.from Eer..William Calnana' Bed of the Rer.John.Wester;** Wesley Preaching to'the.bat at.r t
last, wader the saperuitendenew and;direction of 'I :: in the America ia Scotland tdka heI ? -
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. : .. ) Bnl Gweaap Amphitheatre movement aad .1I4
Mr. B. Z. GACLDEN, late graduate of Columbia Augustine. AQ bust tess entrusted to their carewilTreeeite "i. .I I, 111' : Hescrs. Sis-1 fcav*been afflicted with a sever pain irc.I"-9 in my side;occasioned 22.1845.. : Guided by'Wisdom;'* "Gen. Taylor and Old views on any-one a?the grand i kstaes2adhe.:If. -

GaBege., Front a knowledge of Air.Ganlden's prompt attention. : i I :!I I by a diseased lrrer, for the last twenty years ; suffering at times what language can. Whitey' "Likeness of the'Rer.'John Wesley;** man knowledge; it was.rirditsd-Trt-Dr;. -

capacity a*a Teaefcer, derived]fret experience Address-J. P..It S. W. SAXDCSSOX, JacktontitU ; j I! ;i::, not so that convey t have; but been staee taking your Sarsaparilla t have been greatly relieved,so much M Do.of his Co-laborer,the Rer Job Fletcher Chalmers and DOW since his i leita,is castfactadL t '
and trial daring the qf the last [ able to attend to my business and preach for the last twothough we bybisson-ln4awDr.Hanmai sook4witth Sir "J .
quarter year just Dvral County, Florida. Hllil.ff :: last fifteen months. I occasionally the 4 serarato engtatings..; *
elosed as wen as from the mwi ample and satisfactory Jacksonville,Jan. 17, .. tf' I ::1': .Sarsapartlla, which I can wholly recommend discarded 1st truth other and medicine and thoroughly tried the' count as only one premium. David Brewster." Its literary 4isernetur Is ..d.

testimonials of fbrmefi feuoeess, the Trustee .1 II jlll 11'11 :: any way afflicted with any species of scrofulous sincerity to all those who are in Two copies for five dollars,and.any two'. of the very highest ofdef1 Tbe 'Wq4siesUr"thssg'p4 -
d this I :! remarkable complaints. There have been some above to each subscriber. '" rrinted that title .
effected
Academy suihesKMiagly recommend cures by its use in this vicinity. ). Shaw prints und ) wnbj it pobasbed ssi v -
L" the of L
, U U the consideration of partita|*n4 guardians Miss Colemans School. 'I' "I' : :' bottle, was restored to better health taah she nail before enjoyed for by ten use and six Five copies for ten dollars and an extra copy of England BBder the title of tkei'fFor gB Qaarter-. ,
'ti Mrs. years
wko may be desinms ofplseitbcee aDder their FIRST SESSION of this School com S r :r ,. : W.Stevens;who bad been severely. afflicted with ipelas,was entirely cured; the Book and any two of the above engravings to ly and Westminster it b.infeei a _' ot" .
:
the .
THE ::1: : by of
: fa <
ekarge fa:a cttaatioa offeriog Isdoeements of on the First of 'January, 1350, and :! '.': use a w bottles.. _Voura_ truly, '.Wit. OALUSIU.. the person sendingthoClub-.-_ J' :i the two Reviews krmer1Ypusb1Ied sod rep.lntM. '. -

bealthfallneia of location and high'moral and in- will continue ten months, with a vacation of two it! ; i 11; CURE. Eleven copies fortwenty noHars. and an"extracopy under separate tiflea. .Uhaa t rvKSxrcvtheedTS*. j| -

teQoetaal culture inferior to BO Other in the South- months in the summer. Tnis School intendedas .t4 I 11 I I I i;, OF A SCROFULOUS" AFFECTION OF THE EYES. of the tfook;and any thru of the above engravings tag,.by thi .--. *CteiU g J* ont ,

ft'a ewvatrjr. Stadents may b. prepared at this a preparatory* one for children, and Miss iI' I : :; .t1 Eiast.i,, Z.I.OtI 11, I847.S _. to the person sending the Qnb, i work the best features of both j fasrpts&re hen i JL/--

AeademT to enter any College ia the United COLZXAX promises to devote the strictest attentention .: t Ij'I :,'' ."Jfesan..s..s-Gent1emes-UYJinJedaartuet..heltO a serofulmie humor an her face which year old,was attacked 'Any, person'sending aft dollars:ia.advance: The above Periodicals are mnated'in New?!'"
4.. to the advancement of her pnpQs. A few \\1. I ::: almost total blindness in one Of them and soon after extended into her eyes causing S subscription for BOO and 1851,:win be entitled to. York,immediately on the1r.TJ r br the British>P .
her
TIle strictest attention win lH paid to the moral more scholars will be received. S I :l' .two physicians to attend Iter,Yho e exhausted disfiguring 1f utmost skill whole to give face.her, 1 employed but any four of the above engravings., steamers ia a beaatifuljelear fj..f O0 SOS -hde -

sfcyortmeat of the students botST by the Trusteesad Jacksonville,January 3, 1S50. 4t !i I''I' I ::;' it aQ proved ue;and finally one of them remarked to me that be had rebef knows of paper, aad are faithfolBliekwood'sMagasin. M -
l I :;: SUJM rolling cures More and most liberal offers. 1'. a
effected &aCt
Saw
by MiDi .
Ute Teacher. The Academy is located within I ::, tained ** Sanapanlla.ainl advised me to try rt. t ob I.. ..
i ; bottle "
the immediate vicinity of the tillage of Madison ..Admlnistmtor'Notice. ,\. ; I I ::; effected one an.. .,euro which It she commenced nsuig,and before it wu all used up it had For twenty dollars in advance,ten copies of iii.Lady's of.the Edinburgh. edition. ..' i .:" '. i..., -
Goart-IIease, la or near whUh good boardingay ,.; : I H I4! .been no reappearance of the M now over four year since she was cured and there has Book will bo seat and a copy of either of S TERMS.For ; .1 -. .\ -
disease and
be obtained on most reaaobaVEe terms. The SIX MONTHS after ate.e, shall present onr 1 1. I III :,1 U pres me great pleasure to add that can recommend we are satisfied that tt is a perfect cure. the above magnificent prints sent to each subscriber <, 'f' '. ? ..1" :
It
cfaolastie year win be divided ihto two sessions of and vouchers to the Honorable.the 1 I ,I .;,t siwular co platAL co RapecuuuwyenTJ, GEORGERUISO to every sufferer. from N.any and an extra copy.of the Lady's Book and an otthe
aft saoBths each. 'The first7 cession commenced Judge of Probate Duval County r a final II '. 1,//1 _, engraving to the person sending the 'Club.'-They For anyone two,* do. ". .
lbs seooad in last settlement and discharge from the Administrationof in aU select which they please. any :
Monday JanAary and wittad L naTAaao AJTD SOLO, vraoLZaux ASD rur.iyS can eases For three. do. .1.po
before the second Monday, la fne. The eel the Estate of James D. Pebte, deceased, late ;.: A. B. & D. 'SANDS : For thirty dollars we win send ten copies of the ForaflfearuftlieRtvew any 't'. .

.ad to commence OB the second Monday in July of said County. jIlt t ; DaroGisTs ASD CUEJUSTS, Book,'and thirty copies.of any of the above en- ForB1aekwood'1'' ; i. i
aad end.a Friday before the; fjocond Monday in JOHN C. PELOTE I !;j IIi I I 100 FBITO.-ST.cos no .Wjitun.NiwTozK. gravinn. .
tf i !I l For Biaekwood and three Rirl kE; > SW _
Iil I" i
: s.Ul Uo -S .
Deeesaber.thus allowing: a ata t vacation at thead CHARLES H. PELOTE, I \ I! by Drogguu generally throughout the UmieJ States and Canada Siagt number. the .adj'iBOok twenty-five For Blackwood and the fimr RwfswaPdymenttto ,- :..
of each region, &adeuti rfll be required to Administrators. Price $1 per Bottle;.ma Butties for$i- cent : _
|>ay half tbe tuition for a sessteft ia advance and January 3, 1330. 6m !il1tIII; I j I' The above are large-sized rp1iais. 'The It .u *o1l< i .,.. ,

_
tke balance at the end of the eesion.C S '" J I' ." Death-bed of Wesley"contains many portraits; FaBnUML-:;; : -, "'t. : -
r
ALL '
COMPETITION ECLIPSED.. 1 'tu./IIIlllllillln..1t' W'ese'preaehill in the"Amphitbe&&re..r.COJ1a .&
b&
BATES Or Trrrm.OrtbogTby 'IIJhIl1bII"ItII''IFor of bock rotmaavt. lafloaing
Consisting va -
talus hundreds of figures and cost one thousand .. _
Realing, and 1nmsbip,. THE 8TAKD1ED AHCKICAX PDIODJC.U. five-hundred dollars it. "America ablewortsyiz" "_"- .
iD-Jaek toenera" l.
Sale -
yilJey.J'FORMAN. .. :Jf .
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.psr.euion., r- $8 00 : line Binatv'i3rtaczzz rot r .
-Wisdom" b
Guided by a very large engrav ":7 ) :' .. '
AritksMtie.(.ieograpby, Engti4 Grammar, Graham's Magazine 1850. jag,and cost one thousand eight hundred dollars Tae Moene Ii' SS.. *,

UiItorCelDpoI&tion. and 1 oration, 12 00 Alatltna County Tax Coll. .. Sal. I I "1 am a maD and deem nothing which relates to to engrave. ."General Tatter and Old WJ ; Kjutaeooft Jfa JU p 3a11dndO \.,_-A1"!.

Algebra' Geometry Plain e41 Saherieal fTHIE splendid number of"Graham's for JanJL .MM"* man foreign to my feeIings.VTooth I is one.of the largest of the General Taylor prints Qiirurfp&,se :: < ""i.J : .

S tripft01llt'tr.MeIIIIIIra1ioa f Surfaces, nary; has taken the whole country, sur.already YIB.TUEotanth t1' ia ma by law rested -.f .. -- &Manhood.AyiGOKOUSLIFE. and it engraved from an*original tsxurtia*. at a ; ,F4isbmrRericsoi.jJ I l. ". .
BY "
Do. of '.. Surveying pride, high at this Magazine hat atway stood iD I shall expose for sale in front of the i cost of one thousand dollars. The headset:Wes- .Ft1Iri q.annl, .. .''

Conic &etions.Differential m-angation. literary excellence and pietoral beallt,,in eireuJa.tioa court-house door in the town of kewnznsrrne.on R. EU. 'oaa'Premature -, i icy and Fletcher arc of a"good sire .foe frsmin.Tbe .' WtStnnaata Renev.. : '' :9 4" Mat -

Calcnla*, Xataral and Moral IIOpbJtroaOlllY. ,. aDd reputation it ha .won. for 1150 Monday, the first day of'July, A.D. 1850 so] .. Death. I above plates cannot purchased at ue. :Any: one subscribing; to B1ae1o1' it 7-..i.i. -'

.\ Chemistry,'BoUfoy, Miner- greener and more abaadant laurels in the loud much of the land owned by. the following. named __ ___._ $ ,- stores at less than three dollars each. orheRes'ea7swe-th.sl .
ab>gy. G o1 D'. Rhetoric, Lnfic, ElemeaUof praise which comes from quarter of the Tiz 1 -
every persons; : PerioJica.Vat 53,win rcoeive, .. a
t'ntieim. NatnraJ Theology Union::; So much o(a 6,000 acre tract of land known KINKEUN ON. SELF PRESERVATION. l Another Set.of Plates for dub* |ofaay-ofthepr"iboSn'd. .- .' .n.

KvidcBers of Christianity, aft PoliticalEeq.oiny The Pint Edition of the January,cumber is as the Atkinson and, Clark Grant,"lying between[I, Only 25"Centa.HTttiis \ An entirely distinct offer from that&above Ie Tint A subscriber to any three at tksy :i'. ac; -- .

I S 16 00 already exhausted ample as onr supply ... Newnansville antafee river, and supposed to --S Book. is filled, with! useful- I subscribers to take their choice of.this wide 1:97 a year. or to the fovRetia'. alS-vre-.t': .
The Ancient Litngnase*, *. 20 00 thought to have been, and A'SECOND tinman belong to' John .M. Ecrrieniabo so much of the ) published, range of. premjnmj-either the above ojEer .o.{ mire two premium volame as al(!ra.v.'_-. 94Jr al ,. .,
JL" the infirmities and diseases
\ V 11. \\ PARRAMdRE, Prwident. of equaf elegance tt now in prtst. The vast increase land owned by the estate of D.'L. Clinch adverse:of the information Generative on It addresses itself those we now propose.. '' '', i -'A ambaeriber.to Black wood ae tteR TWwVtl : 4.

W. A.kllLlSON of Its heretofore unparalleled list of subscribers grant being within the.limits of the Arredondo alike MANHOOD Organs and OLD AGE. Every member of a club, or any subscriber in at 59 a year or to U> .foor Rffkwi.aad.fif**- ;-

I. BUNTLW enables the publishers .to promise,their Grant, and lying near Paine's prairie; also-so!To all to who YOUTH apprehend or. suffer under the dire any other way;shaft each be entitled..the four I wood,at 819,will receive tan ffttainsa r.'*. ::;;... S
\ S. B. TJO\tA.S, readers a succession of Dumber of beauty and excellence much of the land owned, or formerly represented I earl indiscretions. following beautiful scriptural plate "Christ's -CoMeattirf Pitmivm fotmmtjrtia U .

-. D. JL MAYS. sack as can.be equalled by no.,periodical by S.D. or D. S.Corbitt,being part of a tract of I consequences to all who fed 01 tho" exhaustive/prolonged effects of sedentary Rebuke Christ' Weewng.Over; Jerusalem-. 1 prrvticJi, bat titd tiMlI J '. .

Faltraary 14, ISS.% ft eu., in tke world. land known as Levy's 30,000 acre tract;also sec' and baneful habits-to'all who in addition to "The,Two Mary at the Sepulchre,".and the Deliverance iIctre ripnUd inIc i'Ju l .
it: .: Those who have already seen the January number tion 2,township 11,range 19, section 14, township I' the victims of nervous of St..Peter." rat trarJbtr jtmnunu as tlWy M rtfwt:f Mr "

General Ord'. need no assurances of its excellence; and for 10, range 20.:section 11'township, 11, range XI,I declining and mental physical energyaro and moping and melancholy Premiums are only sent .subscriptions. ire- *"**" BBtcL4' .oS ; I S
Eunnn DzIArTxYt1 those who have not, w< prefer* affording the unprejudiced section 12, township 11* range 21,levied upon: as I debility-Dr.:Ki would -- remitted direct to the publisher. .. v. ; '
and unsolicited praise of others. The the of Isaac Frost also section 16 township despondency. say Book for 1350 win contain several '
The
\ Tallahassee,FUwnary 1,1850. property I -READ THIS BOOK Lady's FW eopiei of any .>afl of: Ml* aVrvo $
A*X ELECTION i.hereby ttnKreU to be held press from one-end.of the country 'to the other 10, range 20, section 6,township 9,range 19, /: 'it'S hundred good eugrarings.L! .,f win Tf seat to one addrosg._ .
m /A.in the .Second Division echoes the public voice in pronouncing Graham's section 6, townjhip9,range 19, levied upon aa'the The,valuable aiviee and impressive warning Postmasters and others sending Clubs will uIat for.&Uee -l=. .
f the Florida <
f' .
OB the tnt Monday ia April Beit at the Militia Magazine to be the ablest and most beautiful periodical property of Wra..Thorn,tmstee; also so mnehof gives will prevent years of misery and edenngandssv.snnuitIyThournndsofUres. oblige us very.much by having them aU addressed 'v t'P' .' .

appointed by law for the eleetf avof;; places officers that has ever been issued in any country. the land,beiagpart of the Amdondo rraat,owned j .C, S to one name. It U-no inconvenience to thrmyand l-.No premiunuw31be .., lr, .et&jr. -

,-tor*,Major General to command> county said Dirisioa For ourselves, secure in the faith of our '*Qt body by Mazy F. Lewis wife of John.liZ Lewis, and i Parents b$reading it, learn how to prevent will be a great favor to.; aHowaileeis made to'emb subscribers, we laugh at, as.well'as defy the returned by George M. Payne;agent for John H.I the destruction of their children ? fimushedBlesa'lhe- r -
to ill Premiums the towns :mulmg'"tJu large e&tf'
tae Taeaney eeaskm d fey the :to any
resignatioBoCGeaeralJosse A remittance ef 39 cents endowed in a' let.br =
03K "'*
sections of also
? :, ., puny efforts ot competition around us. Every attempt Lewis, pointed out on day salef so ,: money U paid In faH to the f 1 -
.OHeeneommaadiag Brtt&CIJ ; to steal the Lion's garb, by 'our imitators, much of. the.land being'part of the('Arredondo ,addressed to Dg1-KjN1LIN,N, 'WT cornet 'sntmberfsu5scrilers." recourse to an*gentw- ,. "b'f"J -
;RerimenU,1BattaSoas -' r of.THIK.D i tt UXION Street.; between ;Jmraiber:of :
heirs of Nathaniel Wells tb.
ao4 Cosapaaies within the limits of said produces a roar-which would be diseomfitting to Grant owned by the, 'The town Bending -largest .daACl'1 .5.

, Dtvisleia are hereby repaired to;carry into effect any thing short.of the moat brazen_ pretensions., sections pointed out"en'.day of sale; also so much' Spruce k PiDe..PHILADELfRlA.win ensdre" a mail subscribers for 1330 will be entitled to the always sddrepoEVd. .rfridlotkrae, _-
ids order wUkia their of the land being'part of tho Arradondo Grant, okiudettn'rclgpeifrretGnutJUJ.I. H". Lady's Book for 1351 ;.and the next in number IishersS. <: ;" -S.a'- ---'I n'' 4"t
respectir?, commands, and KEVT AKD iPLEXDU PKEMICH."TIM _
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sstake retarne according to law.'" ; owned by:Henry tJI& sections pointed \ / E. YEAUtjtedprtrce. ,each subscriber shall receive aey one.of.the LtciNA1tiscO1rL. -

'lt Is alM ordered that those persons'who acted Fttsr PaATEaV a large' and 'splendid onion day of sale-as wmpay, for .k and of utenaiyt rid n spent in above plates;. '- -' i": 19F : J.'y.t'fi.. .
as mezzotint e rarin,1i1e most of Alaehna for the 1SI9.together .. Address 14. A- GODEV', I it"s"
Inspectors the elections held in October nltimo making a exquisite County tax county year this city-ha* rendered Dr. K..the"most expert : .
picture for parlor or study. U offered to with the "?said'JfOEC'BSMITH :-_ 113 Chesnut street,Philadehphia. T
for eomnty and military officers also act as Inspectors any expenses attending 'on aad suceesaful practitioner far And near, ln the ? I j- ; ,
subscriber: This .
of tbe election above iMta.h $3 premium* is"far superior. to ;treatment of all disease of a private-nature.-- :;janl7-ly c /_ cUd.SkL: i : .
any offered elsewhere. : : ._ .. ..., .j r .
shall be the duty eflbepenons hddg '- [Persona afflicted withapo the body throat ,', ." .YDe& r "- ,' ,
\* the ejections in the rarieos Co.., districts J'UJtT E&CHOICE.- Tax Assessor tiAtli Collector of Alachua, Co. or *CK. pains-id the head. or-baBes:'vertUriMrheurnatieiqstrictnre t SPLENDID. .l"GMVIXa: .- _, ,-: ., :, ; .$ $"t1}! :fr8'1IIE.SUDSCRmER5t' -., S
: :
to giro ten days'notice tkereof..At three of the For:Tarn Dalian in J&n: S-if |.a '- gravel disease arisingfrom ? a. ;: .
in
sdvancipar
most pablk places ia said District. i the State from which it is money yonthfalix se rimp ritie the blood THE ICBSCilBEXSjARE. KOVC. PUBTO3HIXO- AXELKO ..JL Travelling PviliIonbywhich th.ycsf .

THOMAS BROWN, Graham and a copy of a." remiLte44"one.; 'copy"of* ii: : e i'4iiTthIt whereby COst1L1&IehU become.enfeebled' .. '. I' .. -. AST ESCttAV1SQ. rate. &DTpIaCe witJI. 1M =d 1 :; S
*' tl 1
Governor end II .t1 are an treated wRb saeoest. ? the' Deatlseiftti* Rev.John CVeaie :eew,would now offer to'they :
Cmm&n.ze/. fUGE, 5iMIcsIic! 1'T I _. H wno places kimselfnnder the care of Dr.. toe vUl.and vicinity ppMtunity ef Vg WUTRAITS. .

F.b2y2,1850.. ".7-td *, } by a distinguished and which be, i r authority in me by laV vest: may'religJously enfid. fat hit honor as'-pa&1e- !EXGEATCD. 15 THE IIICHEST STTUB ,OF JJtT, .takeiiiBl7 styis-rISa .

,"' ... Plor1t1a.. .a... C..t7'. considered one of the engraver mod beautiful specimens sasy of<. B,:ed.1 win expose;foe! sale.In 4ront.of,the man,"-AnSeonfidenCryrely. '. npon S. htoskfll. aphyaU'. i S "BY JOHN SARTAIN"l3a; world V .-- .'Joi a.-t. PThci ,;.. ". .

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eonrt-hottse door in the town of wnansviIl 1aIt --S nide lo ienliDiO."ii' jij1 4 '
; : jOn i
CIRCUIT COURT-IN CU4NCERY. art ever presented by any-magazine publisher..- address.,Dr. K. AFTER ;THE" CEtE6BATED PAINTING. IJfle: .
.:' And also, a new and beautiful suitable Monday tho'list ay of AprO, 1330 so much of : -persons at a di tdUIdZt moat aged peraoas, as weliaa jMtAeB lBw
,. J&me.Mwy, ; for framing,of a Jeered engraving. the land owned by the.foUpwing sad penons. by lettereost.eald,)add be euredet born.PACKAE.of3IEDICINE8 ..'- -1 I r OF MARSHALL,CLAXTON.. : ,taken with the-gree.ieetuseisq $bi'enSi1, -:
Subject,
-f' '
,n. J BILL rot oa.cz.J. "- iDlREC.O who 'have spent eoanteaaaee ft..iL", -
fiS! -?- iSo i !. Atnoog the iinygood men preastoa of the Msf
: -s..a :. t; i XtiSiTU<JOt TO THE,TOMB, mneh of the:being;".r.th mddo B;Ie;forwardeulby sending a nlliltt&De60 !their Cves in the service of their' Divine Master i: w.would rnsetIy.o.aeM M fC t. .

f'lTON tsjAding aad Bffl. of Complaint preparad expressly;'and'at a very heavy cost aj a ; Grant and panels tract of land known as A E..OR CU. few ever exerted a greater influence for good than i eraHy not to let this i

I 9J fa ibis eaose,'and reading theaftdaYtt Premium Gift to new subscribers?to Graham's J' : Levy's 23,000 acre tnctJeYiedpPO"D" the property lcftT't.DlD : S I did JOH.I.Wiaurr.. "With IJa powers intellect ,curing a LIKENESS : TJ .! : ..

e f Ae Solicitor for the Complainant that Magazine. Or, if denred wewfll furnish in lieu of Moses E. Levy.and others, land designated .Bookseflers, 'Awntrassm ;'Pedlarli C I he united a gentleness of disposition"'which-enfblalltim -'as it Si.ImpteBUy:remarked,'. ,' .1-' ,:5

: toM said Defendant reside in the staeitrdct& tf Georgia of either of the abore prints a; complete set of our, o*day of.sale;also so mack of the land being and'aH :others supplied witn.th. .above at the-/sametime: -touched the [any amoaat of mensyv.nMbwpesa parihe, .'-j { .

,. -M That tat said Ett be hearten mezzotint portrait*of th < part of the Arrodondo,Grant,levied pon.,as the work;at yrtI&te1.---: :- of the human ieart,-to convince theunderstanding .not of some absentee. deeeand'. ;i.': "'r J i "i
tk.facts ekargel tbeeinat. th* Coatt-ilonse in of the ettate.of Pater Mitchell,lands designated '. of the troth and importance of the 1 :.Oof term 15 ; S
property
I th. Covnty cfNasBaa on UTednesdty,: tke.".22d i.XnIC, nuoJS.oJ' TH*''uTE"wl'< .JfJ'J1.. on day-of ale also so-mneb of .IpOOae 'NEW' '8'ton'A:1-tE I 1 holy precepts of tha Gospel which be promulgated. ;and se".dar sewa7lcvIuiub-d**t.aar; -

4ayofMaynett.. ., a s.Ai MEXJCOl, V. .tract of?land represent*! on-* map drawn : ; LAnd when we'take into'consideration "that. his LotForsythi st.PoMeaab Nb .a _
it itttaHttr derr1flai Ieoj7 of this i .[.. Barr sad Washington&I .eJoDPI IsJohn nJNG LLEYi; BILLIARD SALOON; manifold labours usefulness extended to:*'period :as-wettas rlear weatherand :'
t>reerhe published ia some a ; &ia For Fist DoBan,Two Dopies for one year,and 'T .:H.Md..y.aacI1ri&hia .f,Bo_-4' .- -je, .- of more than half...tary that daring:the :eatmaaaer.iAVEEKS* b. = _. S
I' this sa for Et teed t'P-! *. Qe a- copy of either of the Prints to each Kbten Ol'.::: .iIt.An.e0'd.l7-. 'iC ;" whole period an unerring course of.rectttude was -
-' :For Tin Xteflor-f,Five Copies for.one ,an4, ue UBUM e*
.of Ma next. year 'iaB.i1' and cdaveratIon--we cease -
wm th.Sts1e his walk
aear'pa1n. prairfa-Tas pay jftE suB..QcamER biJ manifested in J
ft the lag l
a Magasim to tie Postmaster
: Tuo. DO GL..tS/J tie copy per f'wit.h estimation eefllGU"9beot"enam.1.t' : .
: CBiUyUxof Ala< &cty jot sp,to.gether door from the coner to wonder at tli vtry h'ghdeg": 4n a .
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and
side O c
JNorth
J. P. SoQcttor fw Cs : son forming the dab; -and cither .f:the above, said tale, .1. firancr, Bo enerished{only by ; -- .' JATI1A".A.T : ts '
I Prints let of Portraits with the expenses attending jAI ,*Lib street '. RESTOMTIVS tpoAtLar which his'memory :
,or a toeeh Tty -
Mbscriber/ -
the -
J''Xnea.berzz.lsa to .
npbuild .JiLS
: Establish the denomination, \"z..t1i 1.
"JOEL.B..J5Mlm The
; ; the mea $ .
".-r4 : fe lhtaa SAIXXBT "
and ,
.-" roy TWmfrWoH rt for"one ; .
II' Jeresr'Copies ,. ,
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and exemplary : _
aM.iI which his untiring energy; '< -- 1'
) &Del a of either of the Prfnta of TaxAfxssorand CoHecM of-Alaska* co-}ant hat been fitted entirely new, open ing of '
Cuaa's Orrtca lftUlG."Coutr. par. copy ,or a pet np contributed but 'the truly pica* .. .
:t ., 1. Clwk the Portraits to each subscriber;and a copy of the *' rot Ue reentkra. of visitOrS at the usns1hod1., : piety so much ,. Dy : >;;.< .o { tN : -
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CJh..k ef. $* Ciretdt Court nreven'sect : .- 5Tb.ieathot ldee-7..H- ; ".. .t.f. _
t Magazine to tile l'OIt sending the :1T------; ;TuEB11LIhet : ;' i >
orS do **,y eertifV. that pe'so ? : Wesley wseperfeetiyeonsonaawith
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" MM akyri is a tnse eepy. tt tke rt aa!Order. M c1b with a. of each oftko- largo. Print*usa 4wC..ib1 Sale.'ic. :.ith'&be-'e e uqnor *n ..even rectitude *f his protrartrd life,and I AFTER 1
....,. -t't- iddltionalpremi *, rthJubfjjioas% ;*. cuil&t 'r.i c.U.et.r' suit.every palate.win .be preparedwiSdSateh adds another to the many proofs that tha.u nd of ,;apply to thBosuajfije,ofPtit.
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..&ftmXon'wnuoP.-t JIt.Jaermaw ntb. .'Jii ,t!).rJi..re iiCt1 g, .- 4 In ,Tb..deUcsstoa of the ea nwittbeatalltimeanipplied -- ', the good maais pcace.i.The closing seen of the Vounil of Monroe;IbcLasieriontkoEstatoofttolatoJokn d'id". .
,
vtd me ,
. kybad'and 1II'fq&e eea1 ( tting seal of a.". fiO'aJltdilm vlt4 BrrniftfR of the-power of the> life oCthis Tenerabto matt fatfioonewBkhJMr.daxtoa ; -.- ': S
$bIiIthda7.fJaJ c1L. D.'1-' -. expose for sale, in front 1< .. choBea av--the.'subject at died intostato. rB -> _
,) .* 'ff"$ -- M :fTJIIo BIUIIY'd' Table' has aappily
ice wut lent*: Conft hi the tows of Alligatorren Xp.L
doer
House ; Jeyem,
..-1 t "'M.;:; CBEEit1erk.r..s.H11. ,- t.:1I: ,. .] On *opy of the Magazine aadOnFof t&tt Satai i > the third Monday ia May next,the foUowlngdeferibed 'Has* M ".beenIjo rtlsd expressly fo j' t'he'1t.;and his tXrvtdi beautiful*.palntmglk..Wqtuasaanaer thml v: *copy have.elwt thoaght -- ,1
air.an4
: day ky.mg .F'.o.a.n.rf'tT property:ne thuck tnertttf ai rilTpaytbi. t**of ntost-Beantifdf eonstrBction*wfth. *' JS* .. which thousands would wish.to ,
OPe Of"e't..X..O tax1 dn tbwtH* for-;the ttiJKi' Mhi r'ftjAJoiLti'MffiJJJ5r'; !! ': J 1( ,8Id..be. ''.
_.fft .tt. and eownty __ ...# 'kr.'W'CIJ.rt" hart framed and hung up in the raiiour. I.
:TaxAMiu4r'i1tke. 4'JbrLMimrs.4.r44,1. ir 1'-.- -t. years 1817, 1849, and 1819 and the n U&TtU T.wl1a'tS.R' < f. fl41y. ; : enable such M.dair; to cl this to gratif I,VIRTUE ef a doemed
to
1" order
.:* OTICE 13 IIEREBV. GVXhstj.; ThrwrewpW of the Magadao sad Fsutd the ponies Incident then to. lm O s r Ieond ;.aadew eoara desires Mr.,Sartalas who stands at tho head at the later N-ti.tbir
L t wfll ia prHermaace of Ids I P..UW 2h' > "f 'o-a' --1 Ferry.tu-the Are aW Wst ra. k their ,
1IDIenipe4 Urfcigsto. of
rail 1&fl4I17IUI$5I ; .ntedninnsenMQ ..t.w..Drfrld profesioa i*.thfc United: SUtea has been Coert Dnfal ctnuaV4&8I&&Z/.
of his :
. 'fdiTM .Tax AM-MSOT: and'tU4etmf of Drral ; !.1t1f 8uwannse 7i perpOrtiul to ..betons to Amos' lieDafortht. 'J "f:, ,.J.tf' ;- .engaged to engrave'.tbu.elegant pletur*,in.bia eot to th *Oon S -

riaIfo.-fJa.**Un4 the pmtot ii the Connty: ira Binney, -, 1.t 1lrh..pa1 Ie1. e ttbla10Iablisbrnen \best stykj and, relring spon an'extensiv*patn niae apeb1iMk.-In* nIofs -

'Zaf42&zse: aarOb, of ct c(1.h .searing tbetMt I .bill spire noefortto ,'tbeTirfe las Bsen:put s low that BOBwfcadwnt > frtMenbtrarwt; Srth.fI&If.g
.t.r-r.e.tP. ls of
: .ar1M reeteatl"V do4beIthtitTbI Engraving
,. oif r.o their n .
ontrIbutS
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: !diil.JmI 'ii.E1-t. i1 .,: ; GEORAEWV" largessU*;=ul4able.t5ftamia-ad'.wdI'.b! ; ; ---i
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"4- -. a yr1 lUeno
which _
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-f: 'the 2kb. t .. __J:= ;"t) I .A.Tdt. i1a'.uf nqUibIaa t;>. ..' : J T4Ite-:::-.". at-as1-ThlJ--! ( ,

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, ; % .*' V Jtf fe.MJta f' .. .- :: .. t.Ai,... .. HU Z1o --ttk $ :: 1I. *. py. : 4

'. 1 =". been JI&i,U .! -. --. _ .: '. oI ;<'. __
.e.r-fl n. ;:.c.a'7. ."r. $*he -4'kMtiado "m bo enUnue4onenkerotb.iuiserien the -_ 'th.&bilKl $rit- '." cMi t-1-S- IS--S

WILL -: .' fr**;, f tt*. Courtof t"'. 1IrSo&he t.b I _b, )fer.1:1 .niJ M" .at7.t"JW': _- --S_ .
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# I lieve in th Unlt Stktes ateV vrriiCh'ihe .,

I JkasusyiU., flnr1 ,' *'.. first President of the:kte.Tycasty labored to' '-'a.% e; ,, ,

cQUMBUa1W ''Ull down, until he.brought it Jo his,feet; in tlgtt ef & tt 4t' 4CouUnnegW.

the Supreme ,Cpuftvrhicnwaa Denounced Is so' sea w
payable by his! suppbhefsa-Va slilent restraint >on'
iif :.
Executive )W r ttii&w (
esBumplionpin'ibetArmyjAybicbhas'so } gad1Ia. : i4 i-' dUrODr4ltb
.- $ SIOIk admirably vindicated itself in iherlae( li alalns ersaI wat h 'saD is to

: war from the lonr aspersions);:of 'the'dema* 'LL : .-, *

.k4Y.rIeeuiafl! be MftehttbifoUowjng gognesj in .the Militia, forwhose'effective- Aam.otT1V5&Z Q4ou4L4ZoO. ( Dn'J* P*,

raUt One DollatVer qWifroKwelv) for and erviceible'orgi2Ition"it i ii .htgh"time a1athlfaf.ed ,' i$ t OM.Dre.E8 .

,**, *"*,*NLSjBT ty-llT! i C t |}r evejry nibse- that ome provision were' made;jn'j u r*"'gal !-; 'iLLL.; I1: ? :of P'andtw time ae*anj? both at t e'p-
*flt UwerUoiC Tejrearfj Advertisers liberal l lantNaVy, as the besfprotecto pf outWidej ,.i f14 '

trUIett AdYertlzeth1 eyteivded commerce and our almost;as widelyHextended -. I 1''I iudftq 9!
) P '
: maritime'frontier;, in ''Academic ; by the pwrM inaene
Ironing account : !') of I Idevwss
nurseries' 'for, Military,*and Na al1 Science; : : : .j liUe'grsidChiI4
lo piibfl.
: u ,:i triumphant last'though Ipng'yilified, like ,',", l bee In $ .
9 ... 1' of scarle
with particles ,
rp -- nearly other'good powerof theGOT* '
$ tItthe O$ tbel every __ re an ,teceired In
qr temit- rnthentin the Ol something like bfle, : '

which 'I! owrovzngjts tbat.'L3'hthonse'of: ntilitfl 'ifl thecoast .' /,,,. : diameter,made Its' sfs4iIaJ2t a
I broke and
OM which ;; &
(twelve ilae -
'vyua )fabtttbed rix months ife
.-:ft : t! ," tr Survey f founde&by' *!, JE7FF.Ror$ nnantity ofinostoffeng,, { .: IlkSTakft '
; p ; g .. _el ; 4i .
in the national'gift of.half a million bf.,dollars : ;. : this;a' ) i ii'iwc4-' jirteswwy

; .:. 15 to 'starving- Ireland,' rrather than ,tbewasting ". SAN1S'.SUSAPMLILT.A.. .. esrs; of ft veryToffensive: resenUtianlof fiahaaSkp tItb-f
'' ., -,' pairug'of ever etepping si Yegu1aUo
10,00 hundred times that govfag, dlffereetnieitd
more ban & sum ., .. trial 0f.&NDS
500 'n slaying Meiicans and irfther' Expedition ,IN 4VLRT'OT'LtS.". fecttd a complete enre; paZeJ I Alio' -

o ce, ft 00 in search of Sir John Franklin rand,,his, felownavigatprsi )- only one bottle,: .For

$ iii IikId nl! i the same though n tjn that, sent inquest FOR TH3 l MOVALAtDt'EgMANEN' lug from the baneful
; Is MitwILh it. CURE, OR ALL'DISEASES ARISING a&.,Patrick,will be ; :.
of Sodom and.Goniorrab, .
.
FROM .AN .IMPURE TATE OF as to th. correctness of '
: 'zai'.0tf...; wffl bebf -We believe iritheTjinipo jof tbese States,. THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE, a>residence In bt .,,. S
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*d>*rinn : but not in'the:absorbing in iteither by.force 'STEL.VZ! 4 ,' 'tiinore- Sun.,' -, :

u.ObUoary, anil Marriage ootieca- ,wffl or consent,.'nations"..regionsijhai\ have no, The following' bihr4i
'olatinatirutanrput
b. & affinities; no congruity, with us.' Webeliereinnone Scrofula "or1.ervphoni Jfink tvil, pimplttjor Rlieumafttm,puttvlet on?thevrtetttrti'toatdhKuf the' Sareaparilla,.-1sf '

'?" etd. of the' agilatiohs meant to' divide UOtCheI biles rJronic sore eyes,ring W611Th1 er* *- ;ed 9 7o -' : $ rl.iij., 6pad :j

,. in order -gore'rajbr to; peparate us.- : ;enlargement-end pain of isterJesl '
r -: -t'i -- We believe in Republicanism, but not Lbcofocoismj'in the bontt,-andjointi, st6oorr vlcert 'rymuitietymntoms
PaoP4cTt4I no Aristocracy, but least.'of all sciatica Ivmba&i and'diseases 'M.ssrLSsnds: I $. .' '. .
arising from an'injudinavu'we o/ mercurviadtitet '
: :.s in that which the demagogue! strive to make 'expotitn'oriimprvaenet'in experieneed from -
or dropiy,
: : for tliemselvesjiy. alarms about one which life?; alto, chronic conttituiunxlaiurden, tfc* een tly received from,a ; : 4 itoiww abmif TO year* OfifSRd will
aod DIS1OY.
tbe JtCTttOR
respectability whe have kiowa M :
'r.-4 does not and cannot, exist ,among ua. We lentt doubt the OpXjiJfzORIOIN4LTOW.N
Medicine has rcry extend have not the :
.
acquired a
believe in the' of THIS ?. he *assm
h rights both the Rich; and able medicine, and that Being( poor
: The Proprietors ofjiaJotrnaf: hare jiot the Poor,'and in the right of all men' ..nbt.tobe and'established reputatipn yrberevej you have received of L It* nsJetusS. bjr whlck CLrCImcTIbSJ BMM It be'<.

ntrttofore;in theiottyjyean'of its existence bated as either We believe not in Dbrrism it has been useJbas d'Cnfir lyOn its 'own by trptrienaf &' our who of.mwlwt.bid vmt ant H\toe worth iai. a 4knf>wat '-generaj f Basing, & i&f&&i

tnder tfceir nanftgemerf, beerf :in::the habit nor- in Ant5-ReiTtisra.prf. Mormonism I merits, \fhich its superior efficacy. has alone tility are very had reaeheit ihe ears of uiiaT.IeterthSteU grantaaoiidonationii>f kflds: aiftl.tha'-igeatiBi
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sustained The'unfortunataTJctim of .here rot bumble efforts L : *who bad Been healed of ioced1iaaeI or selling thereof.. Jr"- -- -
.f mftkJBg appeal ;to the pabjfc favor hf any: nor in Red'or any other Republicanism but diseasewith swollen contracted who are afflicted by from death, pTociaiUied. IU ieeIf Be* and 'k OFJa51
f th "customary fonni of. otichlngvpatronIf our,own True.Blue. We should' be, glad to ditary glands, with thtfficacy and "- : AxsojiAcEst,,. I t

:,> or (having alway*he id the- opinion see it all the world over, but do not expect sinews,and bones half carioua,has-been" .clue.. "" HEALING fPQWER. ,. for the:collection "ofr&Luia(,nIu-' tin '
that* Public Journal el oe1drinthe itinour day other tored to health rand1.vigor; The, scrofulous ,;' f;'.* ,, ?& ,,:'tb.s be tisd.;by bII' skUt States for IVIUUoryiBf thefl'servKeeO.
public inFranceorirnl;
part devtiint stttsis which would iupllica-murnidhed
exDerlenee an to4itmec'!
natient covered with; ulcers loathsome, ,a4. ,
,
nppbrt' lry<,thejaoterj; perJT malice ""of"thejrearribtlhr Europe. We da'not believe in giving pass 'Prepared! and sold, advantage-I: .', ;wateTha ot ar
KiAnself and hia attendants has been made
flash t pi fessroris bf the bqtir) ports to Santa.Anna, but we do in the powers D'fcD.SAjJJDiS, be-faralehe4.ta 1irUf-it'toto vnlreraal
whole. 'of. perronswho? )bad -Its Inestimable virtue would.be;kaows. *
Hundreds- Fulton st. of
comer
have thej ever rnore frequently than"once of Commanders' in
our own'great .Mex .; i'hIs'tiiue has,coffl*,tks.tteanarr __
w twenty yean;ba4.94ciik to embody: in leo We believe in the honesty and patriotism groaned hopelessly;for years under cutaneous alao Slats,by and PrnggUts Canadas ,. thl* .' t .' '*,. --*' : --V' : i '

*_ Prospectus lhe'princjpe5r! 'whichtiy *,of Gen. TAYLOR but in tbe merits arid glandular disordered thronic-rbeumatiem, JlJfn CXQC'V11.LXDPRZP.4RArO-'. 1114'1.. a'4 ; i: "j' 'tn,s.n.Ia.
I upon, I ; not and lottle$for 8& MS thelarjteat scale;and to caned 114 .'- &i't;. ,,
.. endeavorto condict tile paper under. of the "Spoils System.'* Consequently manyother omplaintsspringing"fromderingement a. For sale io' : the length and breadth f the,landeapedal; ATTORNEY fc.COl| ?Jlr3JXWT Kw '
of-the secretive and the
tbrcbrge.1 ,. .| do not believe in Proscription, nor in Rota organs ,nov29. ., I round incapable" dcgen.rasionords&srtQi' -
: i
circulation' have been raised it from ;v r J ag
a$ were k. \
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ThY have beerr the lew Risposed, more tion. But the former having 16ng reigned St.Angustlne,P. C. yoeDi &P.Towe.end'i.ltIsmpfuveWttk st' : )VfliaUen4; 'r'r._____ -' '> .
1 the rack disease' and how with busineaeatr
seTrothepopee"GI reviyjfying- subcripfiot and widely' filled,,the Public .Service "with regenerated MonticeUo; LKW & ebanctv but fnt the oen r; becaoM H is we ed t.o Mm la:*the Courts' (,tbe Eastera CirrmitJ$ ,

fist, to, call heirfoerasional aid," men unfit for it, we believe in the necessity I of constitutions this inestimable, gladly testify to,the "efficacy iENVe1CR3O5k .," ': ttUtUfct*p&eub7aftsflCaIa CkevUtry and the lau't*dlseov-,Tfca' and the SnpreBja Coaria.VTanabawee.rjre; :ka. -0

insteadoquiet good.Iworkfj, these sudden I of a large rerprganization of it. preparation.The testimony .art. hay all bean bruegbtlatorequlslUo.' re. also such .In adrantAc ;eonneetiott with aa
of those-who haveT been cured by/its JT ACKSOS VII< 1 of tbe Old Dft 5armI >fbe able Layerat"Wssblpgtqneuy, ,wilt
transports of barren ptblic) *prit,\ because, We might go on and write a creed as long I 1 8ar-' a*- .asasv
with their residences has t,U U well known medical contains prompt
!ia suel use, bepn publish fTTUIIS Institution' > BWH. andpeedjecilcetioaotsuch sWm.uj'
attempts at getting political reTivatajlt -. as the Westminster Confession .but all the
up ; pross,and some propernea wblcb
ed from time time and it desirable B in June
to : were amass Monday, ) &
; seems to,be louglit necessary to rest is easily inferred, and may besides be of u.eLeu.and.others. watch If retained In.
East
in JACKSO
make i far greater prde.f? .devotion to found in columns. So that of the most overwhelming"testimony VILLX, It '.Cx1 vie. produc.f.rcwte1.e'asd Mta\' $ -
our we ,
past could be ; forward .Separate rooms will. loa to the sy tern.''Some of the pfoper- ; t|JEJthe $ u. : :
Party than.party should ereT receive where have but .to say, finally, that we believe in brought provingmost modation of yoang itaiIs are so valetUii that they entirely :-s ,1. 'j.: '.
len'bAte not merely s ParQr but a Country the virtue and intelligence of the People' as conclusively its inestimable value' ,. j'he.nf- will be instructed ia and are KM la the pvpantioa.ifiaejr are ton. 'L.&W4WT1Ci- .aest'
flicted and those who.have .not'used,this branches of ', by a tdtnttf* ,known only to those
sa precise
to enre.. To mere Pahy, and its power,the"Intelligencer ; long as they will really exert them, and, not will b U lu manufacture. ,Moreor-r.thew wa- .
and .
medicine invited make trial of its men -' "
has neveis profes d any. such) sufier themselves to be the dupes of the demagogue -' are' to a professional young life in the u, which fly off in vapor or ass. haW' :Iayin' left:- # .'iseIn1a;,tz

devotion, eten when acting the most heartily *, their worst foes when most pretend- virtues, and appropriatei.to- themselves'thebenefitswhich slid in the- : beat;am the very titnlial mdiut. v frftf-' ; rrnieff ot smaSL
which fire to It an lu value. .
root
;
bestow. .
; it alone can "
.with that body of; itizeiiii| whose practiceras in?to be their friends. eacos. | can boil or stew the root nil they fft a whofcerprosecnte wIn.unjictaWitb)4r. B.VM,

:well'asiivo\re4 principles seemed to Upon these grounds the National Intelli "TRDTII IS .STRANGER THAN :FIC liquid, which;U.n ire from the coloring ;-Thfl Militia HI batcloea.,

it to offer the,steadiest jand sincerest.hope oia gencer presents its claims to a continuation 'T10N," _f -, iTflB yEAR will be ? / root Insipid than front or vapid any thing liqnld.else ewosien-t they with earn edto ymyielf1aeoneeiton eIniztjn cbarewiU,th CSps kt4ndLJ

wiw, mnd moderate government. and extension of that public confidence, of about*12 weeks then call,-SAWAPARILUA'

The National Intelligencer has, in a word,. which it is the highest pride of its Proprietors The attention the reader is calfe'd'to thefollowing'astonishing' tions.- The day will .er.SygUP..'. ". ":,B wu" ie'seethe' article' and eTerj-iefiorl madynjoIntlytoptoeoeutq, ] ,
cure' effected ,- the from 9 to'12 M. and the I ? L J-r" them tan. ncceaM
by- ; redIdL.t hat.
verbecnttodious an aatbo 4y ,'
tf-mperite politics! and to know'that it already enjoys to an extent OLD DR. JACOB.TOWNSEND'SSABSAPARILLA. 'the
of Sa M. Wednesday to collect: 4iie-ba?
use ds'.Sarsaparilla'Tbs money thesa'claimvas'have ; ,,
fboUingitselfnrartfnbmtbt passion, what; exceeded by few Public Journals in the ** exercises in English .;:J I always preftne OUk.nave wbatev.mae..

e.evtr.itwas.4Ttbe4y.:: ; : It has never United States. is to certify that I'bare a 'colored woman After the first t
.r made any opposition peadlong and indecent, I Ineb. who has b cn afflicted for the lost fire years with except at or"near the root are ant removed every thing capable cal paymaster;such as fioarties interested way
: fcsy-from the momnt of, his PROSPECTUS. Scrofula:"and all the remedies I used had no effect and jio pupil for less. acid or of fennentollmi. U extraeied..ftnd select after the act fotiheir relut- .....- '.* '. s' '
medieat
ir.aoguratton is secured
; every panicle virtue
.
in the .of the the Board will be
arresting complaint on
progress : 'I
eimeentnted furm and thai U rendered
banded ; U
itrelf against President TAYLOR: contrary, abs constantly grew worse; *u4.after rate per month, for of-losing aay ftu.raluabl* anU-h mflg :- -: ,,. ; -.t-4. :_
it has.never leht an discriminate support The Richmond Republican. expending between 970 and $90 with physicians, parents mnd gnardiaas, /Prepand ia this way,(t Is,aaula.the atost
Tea to.AdministraliotH from which it expec- besides using other popular remedies without sue themselves of the ; { lathe -*"- -- :v- '' Speucer& 4,.

tedlthe' most.It haw always :resolute! DAILY, EMI-WUKtT, AND WIECLT. cess, till the disease had eaten away the cartilage the,education their of innumerable- diseases.. A-TT O R L1 '
y of her nose, made its appearance on various parti jusured'that no ( -'tease* why-we- bear etMtmendatlo a* .
: avoided the A-q
excesses -n either side which of her body, and had finally commenced its rava -the health, comfort and la Its fcvor by wa.woaMn,but chiUrn.We !' .'r' '
Batoso much the shajne of our public raf- Ills PAPER which has been three gee in the roof of her month."" all who'may be wooden la the cure of ;. W5' 'pracW'-in theveraCausts" a Ia?.JJ..a._.cI, '
years ? ,,. and LITKR CtiM-
?
faifof violence arid In this dreadful situation, with the Of. ;i .
indecency towards 1 prospect eipalA' era Circuit FJorUlaiffj tbeU, 3.District Cent-
under the'charge of the conductors and in RHRUMAT/SJK.
SCAOFOi *
a present death ,staring.her in the face, I stated bet > '
i A NorthernUutrictrof Frori
unbounded towards s a the
oppjDjents, compliance & CUT4XOUS Snprwne.Coort.
.. fcliowjptrtisans. Iniita adversaries it has OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT H. case to Dr.,Disoaway. the agent,for Sand ?.,Sarsapanlla tr.Jacksonville.--."...<._ .. : ? $, ILOCTUF..S,ant aUanecUu, KRUP Tallahaajee: and iH wwt*claims bef.r COLgresa
GALLAHER is familiar the in' Newborn, Aorth Carolina ' "
now becoming to. 'by r __ and theDepart4iWatofth Uov nt *
rna
A r ever recognised zneflant fellow-citizens,1 whom I was adrised to use that article .and.to. |
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citizens of .Virginia'If has grown into favor ; ___ OF-THE BLOOD. Washington. -
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: a e matter how much Un tbe wrong: in its .by the pursuit of a steady and .: my surprise and that of my neighbors,, to whom ..'a marrtlloa*efficacy In all eomplatattari J.McRo zi-Bas.ni k'i.. _
unvernjdevotion'to
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her case was known after using four and a half HE / .
friend nbuaner ho Wtnuclr trusted and honored Indutiea'nuw iytUSto a. tmm V.- -
Whig principles, and. by a bottles she was restored to perfect health,and tha .detenri aatio*or Wood to the Dead. : .
t
it has ever seen :;men1'wbom the heats mild but firm advocacy of Whig men and in the space of three weeks, and was able to ,work Scholastic jlear ,of the heart,cold feet and hands cold oUts .'. '-', -
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ef the conflict might Jead'-too far. There measures. in two' weeks,from the time she commenced' taking oreleven weeks each. "c'k' over the bodr; It has not its equal U To :'all _CIaimtts_ o 't-i :
has constantly been cboogbJ of Presses to it. Orthography, 'Cfngki; ad promote easy eipectomtlon ;
labored GranFlorida.
Having zealously to the
perspiridlos;.tttaxUg slrlclnzso spread those uncivie:rincor* which in 'free*, election of the patriotic and promote In witness of the truth of this statement I bare tic, -perterm84w every other part.-. .. .
enlightened hereunto ; : ;
; affixed my name this 19th day of Sept Grammar and Is tie exeeltene
aouutries else more manlfettty tee*
ctore than.triy thing: ,disgrace I Chief.'Magistrate of the nation, it is no\V 1S17. .. :. .;,. ,, above, with the.higher than In all kinds sad *ttt of OflCEttierb j

end endanger the! Si&U* epoug& to flatter desired.by its publishers Jo give it greater JOSEPH IcCOUER'IiP' ? education, embracing i EEMALE COMPLAINTS. ; ... i Claimant of the fjld'FJorMa'Grin t7 tha

? iuctoWur3&ts defeat,.to play upon the efficiency by an extended and general circu Mouth of Neuse River, CravetwCo.-NC.,, ry,natural, mental, wonders ia cases of'Ft'r'Jlthtnr Jriitu, the LBarv*
e faWfaney.ox pernicious paasion of the hour ny,' Chemistry: ITcaU. OtttnetU Suffrtutd. orPifi Ralph Wl'NornsiAlcxliuler
ileKav.
lation. They consider the the an
unity of Whig ttt the rnemlnial' and the
Logic and ,Evidences JwrimU.
tofanim "* flame of. ill ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEiAR M.Kamlolplihatd bfiQ ontc4Sy the
to f
ety vpark ? party An object above all personal considerations *" #6. Each quarter to Isas edeetual In curing all'the fbnua of fit' nOd.-
blow *tG. stonn fvjry yjiiffof opinion.; and STANDING. in advance. ., .' 1 : -' i. signed to survey said JUladC and;have* e K
the
they now appeal to Whigs ? signed to their several&Uf
obstructions, and the : of.opcrailon
; rernlatluf general ,and ar
Thjit1'tUge"n r.has endcft vored Scholars be
: .therefore 'The will
; of the State to aid them,by a .liberal' subscription This].cure was" ejected in" July; 1844; VIvea bane'and ttrencth. to-.lhe. whole body, now reatoenre'tekdutics' ; Sr/rf "
to make itself tbe himblrj and, as times ,. been Lion of an: experienced *ail Cms of -.. .- --- .All those h6King tttUti twnd- hatI"rJfl' 1
there have no'sjnnptoms"of-a f
return 'Provision been
hav*gone1, the almost.undiaputed mission of The Editors will continue has ; diseases d debility claim to any of the lafid* ff.creation/whotaav .
to their
fcive and her, health still continues good; July tin, thus a.e-.r
irithstandinganddl-allayirc! Doing
: attention to.the Various Public.* 1mprove- 1848: v >- :: for which additional : aa.6pifl trriUti m JTmreIfi* at.raw" theft respective cIaim'rerpectIlilI .f
$ nirs4 to
.. and aiming cbweqa ntly all the.while at the ments, >and labor assiduously-'for"every/ob ?,reinYorkJvJZ1SUIMecrs. 1 The first term ; KfUtftie Fiat c.iel.aa.te. ; come forward wUb all|sucfttill aa&j.v1 j
poljtie of eoontry! riot of party, ft hue to be ject calculated to enhance the and bernext. v, ,?, .*, ** the blood excites the liver to healthy a.'- dcacesof looaEty a Isbe ia,paper their to*
nsefuVeonaeatea tob; 'sornetimes prosperity .!SA! OTGentlemen- consider it bn .Applications for tb* storonch, and ttvefood'ffigeefioar re. This TWWCT
: nnpopulaf renown of the old Commonwealth. an act justice to"you'tOv"state..' the.'f9ITowIng, the Committee. ,of howeto of torpor and eoaattpatloa allay,in- produce. iitBeiit especially--desirable, '
md occasiOTsJly incSir by the firm- .pulSes the akin,.eqnalUvs the ireul i a as promptness tt thi .ehalaroa'th. pet of
The.Daily Paper, by mail $8; mi-Week facts in reference to the great,benefit I received In claimant will
a'tato
;
greatly
eas.of-ita thoM..of the prodoerne jeatte'waraUtt'equally aU over ; tie-opera&mi ST
purposes animosity ly, $5 Weekly $2 to be in the cure,of,an oistiuatei.CASCEKons UI &' onmy the/ the '
: ; paid.invariably **' '* aad.the tasencibt penpiratioa: relate air surveyors nr exe rt on"of their workj ad-
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froI4tejb&i.Ofth5] favor of the other advance. brcasLr' ; x"'r 'A*> ; Ujbtoeas, remoTe all otairoctinat.and the better,enabte js w rnmoit 44 bring the
Hence it*disindiuaUoA to invoke party goodwtD .. :I was attended'eigbte ninionthi'by regular -. .' '--'- ,.a?,' the entire w>rtna .. ysienu; Is not this,then surveys fn qseetion ti> jt eeOedy audt aatlsfaetorr

by 'periodical orafeasipu of. faith, oi to ADVERTISING. and skilful physician,aausted' T>y the advice and -.. ,. you pre-eminently need! te11ninatIOn% .', ki.k't': ; .-." ,-', '
counsel of of most'-able
The Republican affords,one,of the best one our and"ciperiencei / '' I Tha districti;awlgaeIt
; Bttkt.ajtarade of tbosV'prmciples; ," the ,"withoutthe least benefit riscksonvllle'l I ueynlthessthlepb..nIdofSLP.Towuzend'a # fferpXitbpntLb. : ,- .
feitibn pro mediums for country and city advertisements, surgeons fwhaterer. .t This toaz nuu' LIquid U V* to bl 1Q1!' ,'Commeiteingas"&.. ItheC'J
of
; whkheeene:.td .be often7made All the various methods of'treating cancer were I : W1ThTWOLDDWS.- .
of journal in the State. The Terms resorted to for fire weeks in hi! #sad
with he any, ; succession breas ,
,
greated r4cuIaty only to dispcnM''iaen my a. *rs D YACT.that the'oacla 1KCA- extending the teycubOd ewlth-
ARCS this mboiiU
method
was burned with caustic three times :
are: '-
and
from their bractice.. a'day ,aad sides of)he river M th4ia4esameay .
for sjz it was daily syringed with' week solution! ;:iie.,that she will : kdegent.d.'iMFE '
: In'Daily PaperOne. ((15, lines) : J. -NEVERSPOilS- flYZZ.'W1fl
Its own principle I was not worth'while square of nitric acid, and the cavity of internal nicer noose.during the'win : survey th eranU ur that port :
lojrrtlnr National1 Intdn encer to be oftenptbckl 50 cents first insertion;25 cents each con tin. so large that it held over an ounce of tbe'Solntlon was Boarders and for tn a other DOES; *BTV;ftrmntnf.aad Ua> of the country lying imitwiately west of ths &ji
uance. The doctor the or travellers generally euatalaiai ti lat*(Jra probed
; bcii ulcer/and ez mined the '
Mig, they intended much'morelor ) ,* the
g dam.iego&bsr oods! .Hast north line of the
( not St4ttzNo&ssj '
; than d In Country Paper-75 cents per'square; bone, and said the disease'was advancing rapldh eral patronage hitherto compouBd.be poUonnos the -tn*
use eboVi
syte1-
:originally adopted distdct'commeueiag*telats
first insertion;37-1-2 cents for each,continuance to the lungs and if I did not get speedy relief by spare no,effortl' .I 1ykR sfrds4 diusd witS.ci.df othe St.Jolut'j so4IngOwnesid the east bsskt
to othcn. nuhty ban ,
profit, themselves; medicine house is 1 'oommodioos su* '
by an bet '
.. or operation,tafrranH would ..b'litaL thfipepala add 1 Do we not al know between the"river
of the like ? Jw A< -eV atheru.-: mooc soirsln-cu, ad3ei an4nezt t.b.
efreI expositAjn by those s advised to hare the breast laid sseack.hat mlackklk
*ho are iigsed ._ 14h public taskey is cr- Address,. RO. H GALLAHER, and,the bones examined; Jwtj finding norelie; open : : :: : 't comat nauleaee, ,diarrbaw heartbura.'MlDttaUoa, of the state linMrMcK4fr;Is lltp distri borderbt '

ta1nTjthbs.ought inthvrt' actions} not their 1 ,my 12 .Proprietor.' from what had been done and feeling I.was rap of the blood 1''. What dyieaiery.reollev Berofala bat an.acid and 1stt sml Mr ootimth.

'woainthefr; "oaawilk. and. conversaOn P. S. Our contemponfKes tbe country idly getting ..worse I almost despaired'.of=-reeov. : the body t What produce* all the baoMT*' ingat "
,
and considered .
cry, : my cnseDeriyiope- o Eruptions of the Skin,
Scald '
: head and
Silt
,"not th.froceaa :ial ;notis cheaply tdpJTJfJ&llj press, throughout Virginia and North. Caro- less.. ? i',_' *;,. :. if- ? ; ,34. Whtle Bwefllnjv'Feyat SOTM, and ,:;Itla running poatltfros. ftltaj .s. -, tr4 '

; and topa tfrxTiW torperforin. Urut,'will confer' a 'favor1 upori Us'whichwillbreciprocatedif Seeing various testimonials and certiflcatci of ieternal and exteraalIt Is nothlnc en-' se,9t equesthithrmMioa'Iajb..po LOt1b5tdfreetI ,
: they1! insert the .above cure by the use of SARDS'SJUUMPAWIJUW In easel '- .oui an add inmtanee,which Mttn,and thu es "
fcMt j J;theprincijilei; :of ,tlie lattllifoant similar to own,r concluded I fluids'of the bodr. more brteaa.>WhaT mnunlcssecl ene TseCreyr tb 4s I '
t4ibme Prospectus in their'respective journals and my ?try fewjbct, rji bat to enable thew to.defin%'fti ii Ubfish\h,
i3dk >
(alnady ;tc4 ; ,breadth) ties,several which were nsed,,but from the Jeng our or aeid ttnid. whteh a' tnw le"cation -
call attention it JLr the Hotel formerly MWVM tbejoiau ant elsewhere, Irrlia- and boandaricr Jba said '
art*aMuljrt tno fa tutedj ejnd we nay,there to ySledleal deep-seated character of my idlsease,.producedvery' fesfeectfully solieira the delicate unmet npoa-which tt rtanU.

rotio.4; tbi ;commencement Department1 decided {change.; ,Conslderint this as the on. which hat ; nemxu diseases;ef Imparityofthe UeneV '

,: .4erlI in pub]* aD irX.db our hbmfctt OF'' HAMPDEN : SIDNEY COLLEGE probable cure for my ease,I persevered until thi tkis patronage well known' .elnnlatJona, asd earlr aU the-aUieaai. -
disease was entirely cured* It is DOW.oval elevenmonths human aature.i "' .-j* 1 ,:'ss 'P' Oot.j11Qta4141. ; '
*vision,oil Mt*l4iortbbutK jifiuaTattivtly 1RICHMONDYA.: since the core was completed there in uot ter to inerit H'thef sot hib&e, JIke,1a4KJ! a4pit. _' 1.-

*nd nejatiydy* 4 ,ETt twelfth annual coarse of Lectures;,m the slightest appearaneeof a return,;;/
!lif iener Jir fly ayj[thatjhe Inaugu- this institution;will commence on Mon pronowtce myicTTwEU, and4he>ure) tntirtt&if provemei their fneiW to>Tnifld promote Y3NTG 'A1flD COM.
jaUAa4reioJ: PresufeBtlTATLoju embodies 22d 1849'and fecttd by,8.t3Ds?SAMAPABOM,as JlooJfe.no other I
day October continue i until certainly deentttatt
;
,medicine kind weald&ln hnve IIasderoedt ,
the
of any during tune 1 Old Dr.Ja. wrswV.CiLITjS'
*.fke iwktwting.que iftiorn of &*,.day, the the middle March. "U. wot wing bennder th.f, $ ifsn '
<; ,, \.._ .. if, rodhave Itakenanyince.* ,.. .; -4* > G0BMM Origntt ter ritf Jsaa *;
doctrines which, webve' always upheld i R. L. BOHAKNAN Mi D.,-Pyof ssor of Ob-' : .Please excuse:thIia Iongdeterred acknowledg Hostessby whose aid of bis Uforlor preperaikH.I:T Vf f .
jnvariaWflTobieTvanw the Constitution ment, which I think It shan not"be ri&I1edIb7 that w ahooMdealta aa artleTe wWefc' -'full,, ,
Btetrics and Diseases of woman and Children my dutyto make.' jYonrvalaabl being-vow enabled,*by the mar diitaat resembtaaee to 8.p.Towu Eu-Pca&Ge .
eint rpre1aiSion ;bb4l'rerJe"rally that biicour 'f< *forsaparilla eared ma,with the blesdnj /.f luid which nd.Am '
; : .. 'nIc&tiowitb Savannah iboald hrtef dona apon th* Mce,, -' .
I tht dJeciaiooibf tfio ,Ju Jiciary,'inddnimittntfiTt L.;.Wi CHIMBXRUTOE k is!. D.,.Professor ofMateira of and dirrae I feel myself ProTidenc9 tinder,; lasting when'noihing obligations'.ehw to eouUj von.; thr advantage' of the Ajreau a Booatala who have load sold ewnplalat., Sad parehw.and erimtaa whoT:i Glasawait,iPerfum hewJeaisi1ts5p -, ,.,,. ,,

the" precfedeitU establiibed InAnduTtfai 'Medica Therapeutics; 1 ean'asyimany thugs I eannettwrit.snd Iv'do In addition, they bring. ?'iTi wpsea? 1'R3IRNUIQ 1O* Having opene4 .Tew; ..twI

3 eothesbtietiea ofthoe pout. S..MACTIN. D Professor of Chemistry most respectfully nvite'Iadiea affltoUd iasv I hare ence.dE-b.t1.i'of many-yeaw th. .. ,. .-.'-''- -.'T $ *, aBy7 ob3Thm $ 4 h.dI.
)
who -" been, to call me,and Iwill ntmvm:: ltheJsntno.eaeIg Is tIme .th.t.
.1 rand.JjteraUBts, cannot ijjd Pharmacy; : of tin-troth,upon satisfy them fully; of those whft'vjrit the 'I arUele seC Old ,DrJsto Town
astated
';. Co &tifutibn autbority for the extf CHARLES BELX; GIBSON; M., 'D., Professor of things in. reference to the,sboreui1uaay ease ;,, 'vr othe"*-" thepnrposes'of health that are aeetM .U spset sad premising eooan1 snW4a.niaJcsoJ4apesedt' .
nf JBb ft flce t' function 'Surgery and Surgical Anatomy> ; ; j-The : theyu. uUks1. esprucutar exteOd to-ut their p&tejiad;1..n ta gtiiJ. '
NANCYJ'M1ERs; Os.dngls-thlnj In
.j f Internal b t abundant : of Florida;possesses tt Drugs 4.Miea,$ '
laiprot-emcntB, war.rmtfbfPftsiotolial CAKTCK iJouxsoic, 'Mr D Professor of.Anatomy :218'Suilrrantirtreet.3. Is* dcetiwia4 spverwss., Is 1d IIer1.1STmI as any
;i ; far.Annexation and v \ : teal Fa and PhysiologyrDAVID eq a-medIcine

a ., LegIslatonii eantemplof ||e rigbtful autfce. H.TucTrB,'>f.-D.',*Professor"6f,Thefory "" S iXDS compound*,CELEBUATTO"W, whic.h js:creating AEriuJi-Tnii such a nni-Excellent other crease pnlmcrnaryv ot travel to this what$ fw* t.i caa the''pnii ordre entryte4t? .1thtZy.a&iriiJi aselan1 '

: and Practice of Medicine, vernal interest throughout the has winter months, of those a gensIss up1oue41e- ,
country, made
.Government A PrricoLis M : its forded by a 'mlldefr r1n0es of the artlelec used I.$wepsiielt, &ffordn
I E.i
,, ., D1.Demonetrator.of way successfully into the favor of oor citisens tair. j1 'uaM*
', ConstituLon, An.tom' : and the'people s.roondus.? W haw read .again their fact exertions;the to AGENTs o(RIses ttatisft2m an1gh1'N,* qusUt of all $ .

:. ,tbeMt The M'uizin'Appratnhind jllastrations and'again of the tfHoacy'of.this yvalnable-medi hebdupai elseihout4 bsaxp.ct04 fra.nawhaknows Wf. ,
,cine-but'not'until. eeenUy'hay.:we,had> : *ow disesse Itre. Sssse$8SSe3aBSrw
: the for tb ..demQnstrator say toil. s$
?, departments:Jiave;Teently'reeeivedmnanyadditions positive proof.which' eoolditodnee ;utoipek .'.., or'sxpensey. s1ee.Isvsokud..neu a"i
rather of } kiuT of earlier 1'. deceit
&VHufifjr ,
meaL1Iowanih
par and are now faIrly ofitsjEid,from facts nour possessionwe mars 1mc-
rreee1k&M;: bsthe-vprat gi d would yery complete. 'The facilities' Practical are now well eonYnce4b&t'wItbout-anyezep. the penon wbo'muIJhcare'pi.dIcI*." .' .: .

.bi We p culisr that4tnneioL* }be Anatomy, lare jihsurpaasejl, ;The' Clinical compound tion, tt CM,ever the'SAFEST offered to: JXtASAJmyr.tandjsitlT the lpb, ohmon' D*m L1DjfTLt" .MV NW jMHniU -< lW "\ a"J..,
publlorforthe,
1 ntIl.z .
advantages iare ally commensurate -with the of au chronic! disease 'rheuinatistt sOdcyoAz1aOSe'bOdtogetber.w -_ PIOpSnIs* .(iTaiiiu;1bs

', .GYc'tlIV Ucy'we' L U wants ol e'student and ,f specially; valua-5 ima.aui :;-- seafarIng d CAaCOnhZnIOIb.Is*! ftbssdan.k.tls H, ..- ;

aMj14I* ashtn4'iFaru., tile.to th6 e preparing to practice atibe South; .many other complaints,; .. S ii- n*> sbc lbs die. '
it'has kJngbeen' remarked -. A444r .d1isUetL ,. _
CUnical tecturef'are gefl twice a/week intb one fcf"nostruras ,thatvth g8j"ls : -a- #- ,_'-'_' _'_ t'-"iit--5' '_i--
and bis ii'rtisa.te
bckngo'pt:: flren4rsthMwa + on
sy c9uIenfim4,4wbchn"iinme4't1 ; hardly dare reoommend v>fala ]>I *diQ! (>very-1q rvvu *awaaytoJ
(reedo1n (or cooi5goitywilh tne.Coliege ) and the Medical & r ft e.heahh
in rtheinichnionJAlrh8HoTise, pnce aweet t&LldSfbrfnccdulityndoonaiitauey1* 5elMire. <( > rw but r 'I JVQR.TOWW1ti4l
haj.aoUGa
___ 'these iflsdtption Jhe diteases'"bccurring'in besitate'zi4 1, tt.eaar414i m4 means tobring his-' 'and

r Southern practic? are met}with:; and the etui .!TWOu flu.MYO,1MIIi&, "VV, .aa.' ,.," I

.. & %
dent
( ha the;moeigiblopqtunitIea-oI( '
.
41r becoming ac4naiflte4 wjthtbejriypeV;; and r SORERQA't, ,, J"I" ;4Y7 tatain:., cem, aT iesis&bewbvjoat: |

4 r- trtment.'vTbe;frequency' of Surgical oper- 'flie fouowing ta 04ftttaet4fgptn;a1etg$. -fSK3fi&i'tehtt&l&vsto*?* 1
cnopt> $& 4eieos&aedsasei
atioOI bd rtb', ila1pgetbeviththefa. received'frbni ; 6 toH

Aj'tO e soreoaippJettnstter of our tUitii twimooiietaunenroi: : Surcatii'Od.r ncfed"se rW rtm4rbfT&a S

:. tui'oAe 01 the best S 3olAIi4(1on rWr n>>n.:_ tlir- -'J-t : f .1-. 4 71
.me :: y4LLtp4e1.
n1pz .,c4pr _

1teyat. 4cd ohejst vry pfg :. ; 23-41 kl v "

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,in 'te Public'f ua, n'Fe$2 Boar&izlOdIng f'cl :viti t4me 7
ualng yoiu lana yWa.? .iufibkii; crci.uloojstsdl $enIre
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f -I io4413pr h1saTs were

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