The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 14, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00030
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: '; I shall be l for.any other reason'are ;quired by law to Southern P DYeJ,. tlGDe haveconvened! i is,the' State since the solved that die Cba1Inn14 ftHCTttfffl'ift? .

said'tonsa be stored by.the Government, ': -, Nashville Convention.1 was proposed,' and nominate. subject to the ypjovtl of this ' ;

,and vice- SEC'.2...MId ;4e it further'resolredt That 'g.f CI..i e-: C." T consequently action'in'reference :to Ibeappoiatoent meeting;ten delegates to t.Gdea'I

i confined in nothing the act I aforesaidfsbaU be so etA,- of Delegates thereto must.'be county io the Conventiged to be.'h. '

and cost of struci as to deprive the importer'of the'pri 5.At. meet ;-(aTuumher oflliechizeOCad4den had,if ifrfciyjy; the popE in their' primarycapacity. held by rforegoiDt ethxsoluou. : 1' .

order to 1"be ilege of the '.transportation .0[' merchandise countyiieidat'tb&,Court-rocurt .. Indeed your' Committee'are' inclined I.and that the'Chairman &: "fomlt. .# U

.. : belong, or under bond from One district to'.another,:and in.the town of Quincy on Saturday the':,23d to believe that suet is the source from [,two of the ntimbu'and th,e .J .. : ', W

., But if not of re-warehousing the same according to the day of February 1850," on 'moti o'of A. K.Allisonj which the'delegates ought! .to receive 'the f [r have the uwwer to jiu any,iev that may- 'j.
the the of the' of ARTHUR J.JFpRMAN w s'canedb appointment and commission and that I occur ia their ', "
from day provisions second section ; "ere own body vjl'fa .
'set at liberty: sixth August; .one' thousand eight hundred Cbair.'and, THOMAS )Musaor appoint |the General Assembly;:'now in session; it 'accordance with the :fclei fling>esolaJ .

for the same and/forty-six; to establish' warehousing Secretary. ,After a Jevf introductory. inarks > would not strpercede the necessity fora Convention tion< ,'the chair named the fSo tinrgentle- ; .

i shall 1 be system and to amend'an act entitled "An act from the Chair, .'explanatory of .tbec'bJects of the people, to deliberate upon this men as delegates, ttl of. hcjn'. 3ere "*, -
of apt .
/rime or of to'provide revenue, from. imports, 'and', to the meeting, on motion.of C.JH.fuponl ; all' absorbing question, and to take measures proved. by the meeting vizm .1.W. j.- :' '
:' a committee eight was ordered to to have the voice of their State beard '
1 and laws imposing '
majbe change modify existing
.T. ST,' KiiW{ .
draft resolutions .
fe to
"' Pointed and report amongst her Sisters of tht South. .
which his duties on imports and for other purposes. CLU-DcPosr '
pronounced Approved, February 14,.185 ,Jbr immediate'consideration.. Two modes for embodying the pubCc sentiment .JJCSSB; McCitt, \ : ..:,
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shall have 'The'followixig gentlemen composed 'thecoaimideeyizf I of the State have been tuggestedtheone AiiuAtusos, ;I ; ,
District 1 be |
Conventions to
t From
ENGLAnD and the United States of Atnsnca l C. HI ,b P iT, A.J ,AiiSox, I the other through a State Convention" 'to be ,notion. of A. K. .AllUo, Eeborved \->

in force are at issue about the island of Tigre; '* 4 '. S..D"STJ.PBUS W T:,Socrros, constituted of delegates appointed front.each That a copy of the proceids .this'meetto -"<>

day of,the if the dispute is to go forward according I ITmeyrnoseeTeat 1LX.Slu.w, P.W.; VBITWI1L :; county in the State. 'Y I11 Committee'ondervtbcr" : Iuri by&he bia Ex. k> .

; "."' counthvst-io war. .: Iro: .. 'J.:.H".V"" .lr.L." ,- u mlp"' :-. -. Ycmor.I 1l1 .
island of' 'them*_ The- reureavreiurnea after to recommend the latter tors- and RepresentaavY ; .
of that period What i.s-the Tigre to eummiriee naving scheme bribe ado: .
parties shall Properly nothing.. Who, thee brought a short absence and reported the' following tionbf thi.Dieting;'but 'believing as. they to each of the newspapers! f 4LIi3bed ia the ')

notification to about the quarrel ? Mr. Squier and lh. preamble and resolutions, which, were do 'that."the former plan :will meet with State of Florida: ;\\Ii\;: ;'I; 32Bi 1

i the operation Chatfield. Who are they, that they should ably advocated in a speech of. some' length greater favor from the counties at large;"and The meeting then"adjonroM Ii'J -

for one have it in their power to embroil two mighty by the chairman, C. H. Dupont: in view of the fact that the Eastern and. ARTHUR J. FORSIAJ cairvsaaa .

on, until the nations?! Mr. Chatfield is a very'respetta- The Committee who were'charged 'with Southern districts are nOw probably organizing Tuoa.Miczo; Seart41J r'lt a.:, e :r Oij

: which will ble person, consular representative of England the duty of preparing for' the' consideration a District Convention be held! at Ocala .- "h L. ." ,... '
whatever the to the government of Nicaragua. Mr. of this meeting an embodiment of.its: sentiments in April next they respectfully suggest that it. 'FfOIfI.U .fJlCinlt' \

Squier is an American citizen, of more beg leave respectfully' .submit as be recommended' to the Counties'of the Letter from,Cal if>*. ...;: "
than American literary tastes, adescendant the result of their consultation and deliberation Middle-Judicial Circuit to take measures ,
subject to the of that Squier to whom Cromwell wrote the following report: forthwith Jbr the organization 'of.'a District j : % : c .,. 'it -' bte
: Mr. Convention. .In reference to the time and SLC1U31a1'O"I ; .1U9! Ij
the United the letters of which Carlyle published Your Committee sensible ot the solemnity .t'koLr
i the advice interesting fragments in a popular lD3.o"82 ne. of the occasion which -has induced place for the meeting of the proposed Con-:. Dear --'rom: Jh i. I' ,. '

I an& of his He has done, his State good service by very the people of this county' to 'leave'their ordinary ve'ntion, your Committee ,would respectfully I wrote you Coloma i dt
the American River 21st OctiJ '
; and the fruitful! antiquarian aid to exploring expeditions business avocations, and to convenein recommend that it be held at the' Capitol in ai explained L '

: exchanged in and has bean repaid by his grateful their primary capacity .They are t convinced Tallahassee on'Wednesday the first day of partly bur prospects in minb? | Since then : tithe
in .
eat and found
sean re
we d
of one year country with a sort of honorable exile to trial nothing short of the bi"b obligations Jf 1aynext. I- could iAdemencies' "
not tsesposnren.
thereof, or Nicaragua. Hert, instead of devoting himself of patriotism could have produced this Your Committee,would farther recommendthat as well as the jW {,eouJd.,not,<-, .. a

to the composition of "Tristia," he magnanimously result; and while they indulge a 'pardonablepride each County be entitled to send to the work more than'expenses.on* day iala week, and;- s' .

i pleni! displays his diplomatic zeal; in this indication of the' confidence che.r said Convention the double of its entire representation sometimes not that. ,Many mined their: -i :

: article, and we alt know into what desperate courses fellow-citizens exhibited sby their ip; in the General. Assembly, :andto constitutions last wet reason,s idiwill never '=,! .

and have literary men may be hurried when they are poiQtment to their present, position,' they be appointed in such, manner as ,the recover their health. Slanyi lyfe died. 'and .

called to action. 'They take history to beLie \1,i feel that th responsibility imposed 'upon people of the respective counties, may determine many are stDl dying.'The rale ip S in earlier t- & '

reflex of events, and, e convene, imagine \' them is of tie most' delicate"and weighty :, than usual'the .
the merchants qui t SonpreparedeT .
d on eight, on hun that events must exhibit; the concentratedforce character i question of momentous import ,Your Committee,'would further recommendthat with 'supplies .and such 4 Cihad: theja-... .. t

second of hl.wry-that they most do a chapterin is submitted for.their deliberation upon this meeting do now proceed to appoint raised them, to enormous pric ft.|, ..'.<-i ,
United States the same time that it would take to write the solution of which by the American people delegates to represent the county of Gadsdea \Ve have done nothing ywcdepend1'* .

one. So Mr. Squier has been doing a Yan- may deend per chance the integrity ,ofthese in any State 'or District Convention which ed too much 's'' ex jerience in ,

year of.of kee-Cromwelliau, chapter on the shores of con&derated Mates! Alive as are may assemble. forth purpose.above'contemplated. Georgia; mining upon, which will cck ]do in this '. ,
Emperor ,
Central America. Comnitlee to the importance of'the : '
your country, as experience has ptcjrea ]that the: ,
The precise points and facts of the disputeare subject thy have, with an anxiety prompted Your Committee the more fully to embody finding of large quantities of gplijt ;does not,.'\ '

[L. s.j nol yet explained beyond doubt; but it by the iighest aspirations for their coun the sentiments and feelings of this meeting, depend upon.practical mining, L Our; cook ]

[L. S.] appear to be all along of the Panama canal try'svel re, endeavored calmly and deliberately beg leave to recommend the adoption of the who left us upoa'onr arrival 1st i khe* mines, '.4 .'

.has Indeed there is no reason why that unsubstantiated to review the'causes which have induce following Resolutions: has made a snug little fortune naj I* now on "'i '

; and the re- project should not serve for a the {resent antagonist position of thetwo 1.Jtesolvcd,-That the unceasing agitation his way home he was a half iri qted fellow, .-. > a

were ex starting point as well as any other. Manifestly great sections of our country. It is invain amongst the people of certain States of this and ,from all. accounts such-Jierscaajhave-,

of February, Mr. Squier is bitten with the Jeflersonian any t longer to endeavor to .conceal orhide Confederacy, for the abolition of the institution pbeen very fortunate. *.; | *. .

and fifty, by idea of blocking out European monarchISm kom ourselves the fact, that the patriotic of' African'slavery as' it exists in the After consultation oar party concluded to 'r.

State of the by a republican process of squatting. adnonition of the Father of his Country, Southern States, which agitation' has now try their. l ck.in the cities.. JK -I ', and,'-'J jI.

; George The patronage of the future canaljs not yet "ta beware of sectional or geographical par-, invaded even the', Halls of 'our NationalLe S. Is.; .- have gone to Sanos to prac''?-*

[ of his majesty filled up. The European idea shared by ties",ha3 long since ceased to exercise any .'s ature, imperatively demands of us the fee laW Hand A-J.-; -?;:- i M; to San. >-, .

> said United Mr. Abbott Lawrence. American minister at savio: ; influence over the great,bo Jy of theonskveholding adoption of such measures as will be most Francisco, to 'seekemploymqtiftbeyhave: .

gov London, is to secure the neutrality of the canal States who under the.'aggressiv likely protect our Constitutional rights. succeeded I know noL' I remaTie it Sacra :t. .

by a great international act ot com ty.Mr. .- promptings of a pseudo philanthropy 2. IteyJsed,That in order to give efficiency mento-City, and tried to open ttj I::school;' but <*** j

that I, Squ.er wishes to establish( a powerful! ?have rashly traced upon the once to any action in reference to this question, the parents would not expose) ito peirchzIdreie'[ : 'it. .
of the local influence for his republic, and obtains, unblotttl snap of our common country a '
a, perfect and harmonious unanimity of the rain; besides a common'; aqu ZOOiflq
caused the the island of Tigre, the republic of Nicaragua geographical line y,' broad anY distinct that"be sentiment U demanded of the whole South. costs$200 per.month" the HE'ches \\lpl';of, ben '

; public, to the playing into his bands as the quid pro quofor wno runs may re&n It i is 'a 'political and desks $175 more. li re PLI -
RuolceJ That Federal
clause and ar his support against England's client the fact which must stand out prootinently flponthe 3. our Union was and am trying to weather out:e (vy ea-", ,
raisesclaims : of .ur history; that at this originated in a recognition of the principle ,". .
Chatfield point of"Alasftfs '
and fulfilled King x>f Mosquito. Mr. pages hjjilern to the iiib : and Jixon's line j uuterg _* .,:
certain "British time _.which,jm.rioOsm 8f-4PfMttvft / i t i .
States and the for compensation al ; ,J ; A wiLU.1 :
I [I subjects,'' ana 'seu.J ne two mpiomausu &-i Kg since vaawneamio and substance a;itc ; !ally endangering the integrity'vot.. ne. same. ula end\hn'whicB WI" __ ; waslii IIU----..:.,i. '_-' -_

o? the UniteJ fall to clisp'uting who bad hold of the islaol fancyis agaia restored to form but grateful to 4.Resolved Thai in the openly avowed per day to the hand. The pla I .: '

first, and call upon their respective governments and its portent i is.any thing purpose of a large majority of the Representatives -:! wlule prospecti but too late i the sea .':
back them. the patriotic bosom'. the nonslaveholiing States work. He iscibea it as :
of there
this to this antagonistic I to move ( f
:. bodies do Personaland The responsibilitY for producing I bills containingthe ,Of wiLl .
in the Will those august so i not' the Southlshe to pass through Coagress an out of the way place.auu fitUj o '
\ political grounds may conspire to procure I position rests upon the history principle of the "Wilmot.'Proviso,? we animals;he*wishes a small nn4er'or sach. ,

; thousand eight support in Washington for the excellent (-| can appeal with confidence to writI I recognize an increasing. spirit of fanaticism number of men as will make ft;sale to go:' -

the indepen anuquarian. Lord Palu.erston has of the past; her'vindlcation"being which, in total disregard of our] there. 'They will not be able toj work there -:

; the seventy- earned the reputation of' standing manfully 1 1by I tea u poo the political records of influenced our country her Constitutional ii/at-s aims : at the 'abolition I! more than three months as the pOw begins ''
TAYLOR. his subordinates., This foolish squabbleis The pryiciples which have of "Justice and of slavery in the States vltimat;; as it to fall'very soon; but can retreat &ad wOrk'furth ; 1\
one result of that .secret diplomacy which actions' have been those ref rained novr avowedly does in the Territories. rsouth. lam certain ftwil1dowe1L. I .

leaves every thing to individual discretion, so Equaliy-she! 'has sedulously institutionsof 5.:Resolved, That we hold it to be the It is true the work is* hard; but is ft is 0011'I

iiL''iii's that neither nation hears a word of dispute from''interfering with'the local Noftb'tnd she right of the citizens of every regularly organized for a short time, the prospee i f- reaping :" .
until there is an explosion; and while natural her sister States' of the Territorial Government, when they may a handsome amount of goki, is a sumcientinducemcnt. -' '
for had ght to expect, in view of a common Suites I oiiiv want -
justice supports discretion exercised a forbear- apply for admission.as one of. the .' For my rtLis.i ." l -
that the same measure, of _' .J.I .J..a..1"StuP uel1 earn'
forbids concession. ancesty w. .. _. .. to estaousn '
national dignity lox ---- sufficient sum
the best, .. out to Her. 01 the union 10 aaopi a T '- :
have been FiAaa"an& ;
of the Yet it would be the wickeJest tony to letthe ance vtmlJ Constitution,with such limitations and .restrictions '- fortably' in the country .' '
.. emulous indiscretions of Mr..Squier and Wid a generous devotion to submit country,to (not in conflict.with the Constitution will satisfied. : \[- t'_ ," I:

Mr. Chatfield grow into a Punic war. her people have chosen'even to to the of the United States). as they in theirwisdom We will not leave here for tlJi;Mines un-:' -
violence some"days
I.] agprtsion rather than do Union.A Union '; may deem expedient,,but 'believing I til the last of April, or perhaps. tept for ..* JOH
the time for lo bonds of our common application on behalf of HCalifor-' after. ?''r: -H.i '
ORIGINAL LETTER OF Da. cemened by the blood of our'RevolutionaryFathes present and within with i IrS-'o:
land warrants, recollectionsto flint to be irregular and illegal, I have j just spoken
to the Gen- The Boston Post is publishing some original ,endeared by a thousand the purview of the above stated principle, South Carolina from the miz; tz''says; a
is the osom of patriotic Son! admis- as'::, : %
letters of Dr. Franklin. The following [ every unanimously opposed to'her theminersaremereypayifltStherainswi1lnotlettbemW0i'a] .
she ha demanded"J ustice,"she has rec i"edonly we are few' .
and House of advice to a young lady. On reading I when ?Eqnalityn she b :s-on boarillaoi lodging : .
} argtession- That influenced by an anxious hours in the wee .My
States Amer Franklin was quitea 6. Resolved,
of that these accumulated -
we have concluded met any with insults! Under arrest if possible the tendencies for some weeks'cost me %4fpr day I: :
desire to '
the act en- hitherto submitted toon' '
th has .
after all. vrongs the So cherished .Union, by : that empIoymeACiw
of found no '
for wag dissolution our soon '.
time TJnioa
adhere to I aided. to. .
to ti
and PHILADELPHIA Oct. 16, 1755. and desired for the consideration of our Brethren an end totny purse, so Ij '0 '
warrants, of political i presenting aIso'C. ,
and highest frank ,
the first .
States a foamesaWithW.and1
the 28th as nonslaveholdinj
to the General DEAR KATT:-Your favor of hoping that she .would'yet 'of the ofwhich do J'cbouit: :'ts 'r -
bfcssings, fondly of the
fifth eighteen to hanJ, about the 23d September ani in- and candid declaration grievances and now pur,expenses ,
June came -ccia day
hud fail for wrongs in view'alsoof the $1 25 pet per '
all after it was written. I had _reparation_..._ ". of. herailia we complatn'arid _. niw than $1,01 '
as to war just three month :--- . f ; day of August. iwo weeks before written you a- long "-!ta1 sster in States a rciumiuR of the ov.North=- -!- j-Jut-- this fondanticipation adoption of such measures as of the may proceedings D QCCUICUbest I;and live with small more tent,,and .wiiitave, eveT11'1 '

; others the of brother Ward. the. suited to the exigency put np a .Neither'of 1 '
and! no and sent it to care your has been blasted: f"opemmtsof the people of circumstances win lJ rl .
and love- been by our *
revived and con- 1 hear you are uo', tu Boston, gay the last few months, ? which.have adopted Alabama. Georgia thing doing any' thin* as if jrety:tie wet: .'jj -
fatherly Mississippi, are '
of us *
day of January, ly as usual. Let me give)'ollllome is now constrained to make the announcements the States Virginia .lor.the Calbngof 'drove too many in:bufbf* 'as, and '
. than can ; South Carolina and season '
you de.graJatii 'r
ii had
advice: Kill no more pigeons Union without Equality, assemble' all vacaneies." Poor|f---has
: and don't forget your bat : 'Involved \ a .Southern Convention .to. ]i filled up "'f' ,
: ,
iiiiL That &aa a
issue t
Be a good girl the SR< been ,
eat. Whenever three ,
ior OODths 4Uli9
n'I..t'ntP. _f\f June next.- the scurvy
** 'n' in
; i is hereby alra catechize ; go cousiauuy*-- w u.v*--e thisannouncementsnau uc *.I'nr.-nt air') .r"ed '---- Nashville .. oar __:_'i,', +-!,-t. _-.__M. "V:_obi nd :|at'a eenti._,,
then at in Resolved"hat; it is upuuuu ;I kw l' t* "' -,
all buch war- till get a ; stay the Southern ,States 7. ourtentaibaid him all:
to church of ;
yon 'the ,people in the proposed took him to
: { tenth the children and live like acflristian. I to result.' Florida ought to be represented I :
:: nt lo r'3ld home and nurse sober I committee cannot doubt the Conyention'afldthatin order the attention m1 power. Hsniproingdallyand ??
: <1 and forty: Spend your spare hours in ycur Tour Committee are riot'prepre4 i to'r, say Southern recommendto beginning to look liTh' same'' "
: location thereof or learning tu cypher. You : States ,?not 'yetbepreservedbutto'comPaSs to the'same, we He ha fi btes. partly
whist prayers husband'sutate that the Union of these may fellow-citizens pi f the posp ctive-jaJ, man he formerlydid. ;
satisfaction of the addition.io your this object.eo oar VeIOPTttT
must practice of such' nuaiI and even now gets tn' 1 .
; the appointment ,
that such war. industry and frugality. Subtraction of patnot-U, restore cial! districts, entitled to, crazy npand'be'5aySbWtt1tt 'be-v ,"j
by JlultipAcationhe Jar to the bosom every 'of delegates is they may. be i I cheer him .
legally, and that of all unnecessary expenses.mistress of it. perfect health, awl soundness to the" I.I her the ratio suggested by the action of the icomeFr -again. His yogestbrotheE., $1

t1. warrant was will soon make you Paul 'Let b politic the"remedy must be'cnangeay upon named States; to'wit: : the.I double''oXour was' also sick-hewent, to Gal. Francisco f t3
As to division I say With brother" th nOlitrum-ot ,icesioi., ai istgive", place above' representation in Congress; whichralhi' and has,,become quite 'welLj I'! e went ,up.M; '
division ye; but as your : "Com- ntire. brother herei'i which las ., <\ :,
1350. among demand <
be torjustue nix"1 for
tbercf no U to ttwiaietding would entitle Florida to delegates; some goods s. < "
yell f.1
her !
) '
good ciater llubbard (my love.to promiseott/ the ConstiWtiOfliflU5tyie I between the four judicial districts puttminbigbsptnt3.. I t S V *:
rule of two, 1 bope fou. Conspo .- and distributed '.
the would .
3. is aiviaedV 8der vsr i.
] acquainted the Compromiseiofthe- whlcn the 9cue Lodge hepensation e
to wailed into We have opened a .
,rul oftfiree *
in South
expert tne sentimetit at tbe the Midthe Vbf'New.. ;
( become-as ;
: the expense will of eetn With a. publiC _,.. C'.nmmitteein- sive to the'Western'dLtrictItW0t0. from the Grand' 1ii441 '
,. when I have again the pleasure I ; : .and ___ iJ.-'t, b..
f'u,m. .*ticfsima. -- inl-- that.oo tbeoe 'pridule nci p le s y our ---- 'and to. Eastern rr_ Ufti..l i
upon hUn.on die District two -' nave npuiwith -
grape-vtue of'
I may'nod .l.ke my at'thli.i rit' Jersey'
you 'i
yuu the'belief, \ districts conj intly. .. Feflows for the \ c'brethr:
; surrouodei .with clusters, plump,. juicy, J, and'lf 'it Southern the
] of carrying
: tnd House'nf &p- little just like ueirinaiuma. yet' betpreierY '&lese r 'prmc4tes. 8 Jteoted :That with a view : the -a15o! a C6a *tee to suply'irants'ol.Tdistressed. '
Llushmg. pretty be'preserved t suih1e"
OTthe TecoWendation.contained.in
America i : tnil piride'
State nf and I trust annot their oat 'the brethren '
.. Adieu; the rings ecfarelt.as .T".t
j ; to. respectfully ,
instead of:"the are free foregoing/resolution of abode for the' wythe
ones and: talk politi will' pot be placed .. '1 _
: expenses of col- go among the grave B. r. opinion'that its u.preratiOa rSommend.that A Convenbon the,.Coon-i' wr ftOOO peTamultft. It eostsi.hntlknow Rood Sam;' ,. _
be'.con '
: act of March third _ i iMa l worttith. etfort., '. asto: the ties'conatitutin the: )liddl dittkt not h" n..l'tatet '
; and forty-nine. .nteria nioi these eeDti2flRtS yett&Ofl Wednesdathe fin'd&y f'May sick ana i in..want"wfeel oblireil1to ontri-- _
VVttiTHROp..TheMa&achus5cit3 dissolution .
Con ASD ME. rCmedyagsinSta: lln.C"tI0f. ralt! 'fT. : ", i' 1
dollars for collec i i its great preventative I Dext.at the Capitol Ir t mru tei' <
Arit-S a'v Society, united vpubli d -
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I ; ;_ :' fifty 'thou- .. $ -!' __..L iuia t- ._<*com;-'rvViYw' .w.->:nf trt,-Mr.aitiiuai -'.- .of the- .Usion.I. -.,: \". _...r.nmmittee. .ha "e- see_ ; )dthatehCannYt&tb'said- j vii: th tmmher of .it5. entire. i I really cannot. aescribe to 5 ? thi V ptt :; ____
pav tneou'n., ---- _. ._ -
Report at Iu -- .
: twentyve sentimentnaturallT J- t, 2IU1Dn.,uuuui t- r V.4r*I M sS k* tm
; CoBB"lhe Sptakerof: the. House. "It 1regahl heir atteQtiol1.be mean ony ds encr.t &ssemiiy.. I tion ot ,Uaiaorna, cr1.X'fit.&; -,
: au4! (Oregon ; one of meJ. repre5tttioft in \ eriitence.Sow'tblowsnduasfor .
,Speaker( I f. public Jfm JJ1ost.le bolq t Jt "
for California to the presenty.aTebblJing ofobtaiing a proper.concentration ; 9ReiriW4.Tbs pith a ,,iew of,.ithprt- 'ODe months,
fact ocae
; House it is a curious and this jpint. they .earnestfyre&'rnnt who maybselected Icr ; .
j new sineM.aoJ the ,'ilaiven 'more ;weight to the opi&Ion! ,, .nd'upon mosl"dect1Y"e ',m 115 JEr"to"the,delegates and the balanceTrf the Tear,Wji .r:.' drop' fe >..
that COBS &a5 the' thi'veraljndicisIdistrict5; j "
; for -'espen" ; :i ; ;;. :
thartoRe was aatiDgis' done 1
: : for -the half of( :anti-felvery'.elemec.t of the: House .cbicb'b'yet been'5U dj.full Eeprd.sentaoIjb ., Slfficter..u,51.ttthority of,*Usentativem lRePre--rain? AH} i :
avegeta1ei'b&1id. "
f ,his Ncirthern'predecessorMr.. ShSt&tes'inthe con- that tion ihere u.not -
nJ .thirteth'June, \ .by we t espectie1ysagged':: T
g l % /'ofI the'cbatttrr all sach"teqtris. :
be hel4n.theitJ : &Tt. ; < ; ;:
WUTUaop.J to
with cnyentinhotl4apt
fifty, together vention roposed District
each .
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: as'may': b received j. l lrxecognizinaU .thei4eleg" '- ., '
held meeting ?* S5&ip ? &au brings down, houses by'' adzen: n is '
large &S
; and. labor, Sugar.dealera; a, eected as representatives oJt..e .." :
The be
drayage shall
l : feel :
: .,. nrnnnrtirM.. .. jar "the Commercial Sale ,R oms'Zfl.New. I'as tothe moaeand-oufinerjB.which. t vre- ,. 'c,: '- not fit for fataQies to live 1naI4}\ -*? .-
I" Y- as Tesblutions-were shall 1 b appont3ed. atiagt. < b *deceivea, -
this&atI Jutresea ) srethIorrynianbave
ju/whieh f "earD 1
moil on' Friday ;
1 rne Congress 1 York with. tfeseDtat.iTe acknowledge :'0. R id.'hat w r&nen.o( .
that meari. the purpiwe'bf doing'tway. J'J( i' I t the'Pov- bringing tbeni herejitisc d>
for &
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: the bun- tfully urge upo *-i tr Ji S tha ihrrifieP4
f 12 Ibso hayenoInteTeI$9egifficultyr .
upon the amount the present usual tare: A that, h y" irnor.ta give I ocialnctit1tt0'thee on }.5..Y' .

; and Oregon,.shall be dred! .on btd.sugarand sls0oa''Rice.:: investigate:' j fljU1gt a\deJin.ite"'pt.;mini andthisetnbarrasslnent proceedings,by Prodamatioa,i me 4uftbf thita1I; :.' -
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the government" and'feome' I. the' citizens" of i''. Ii {t .., ', : \ A> --';3o.. : vr, Lg,1'fr i: ., g $:, -f-V : '
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dollars to assist tout of the emigrants in.- : t r :fWe: 'fihain several.Southef4'pspersjyoarlast :: '': er .seem to augur soa thlt like an imicabI'settlement ,

Many lost all their animals and were obliged We find irC'th Tallahasijee' !> nE1$Zaft ;. Thursday' *- ,- --ja li' i 5 1' :J 4 ,'mad _the.ipeecH eliVeredJby.prqxylpr! .i #>.Mn'; 'WV .said WW1I to be.tbe of the. ,riat4ueztion, before Cogrsss. -

to carry their,children as:well as provisionson interesting correspondence between the=?na- Mr. CALHODN on the' 4th,. 'inst.- contains I before Congress, and may be Much ieliJin|is expressed,: a'theacceptinCebT1
their backs for some hundreds of miles! tors and representative of Florida .and thegovernor .MAJOR: GENERALj. I |I' -no Voice' 'or' main issue. :Every effort has .been made0Administration 'eaol&
If had not been made .01 that State, on the' peculiar no 'word -encouragement "with having p propos .
IhlMimelyjassisUnce, : tonic -
TUE numerousfr1endsoren BNAMTt
nil would hav peritd} tri the snows of the of the day! The'ibintlefter) ',brMessrV. ; HOPKINS_: ipectfulIpresenthinito. the ves t. r "ryof.b p ot ng but des 'stigmatiselthe'd the Constitution of ,this, embryo Introducedby! ; Sciia \Btti..pn.the; *v:.4 *

Sierra ,Nevada; bul>o fair as 1 can learn all YCLEK MORTON and CABELL is 'dated; the of the District. for the of& } tt pair, despair ,Two-thirds, it is>n_epitome origtnat 'countenance.to 'wbat ult, in the form.of: soBtJona1' s.tH.J,
hare now got in'. jt is'very'pretty to look I 6th of February; the reply of Govepior : of.lh&* crt of even& progress pfahti-slavery; State, becus it gave in relationto'California 1. Resolves, in i A %I IJnUonsofannexaUon iAnte w 1ii-fti ,:
at the Sierra Ncvadji from this place; they BROWN on the 22d. The first calls upon 'Mior'ener -2 Df 'FoMiu irkingth I ihe Southern bad been done)by; it predecessors' t admit' Lpeter'5tate
do nol ppr to,be'mOre't1l1l.n 50 miles ofij; the executive to device a mode of proceeding mae tb resignation: u w .(: !, stylejof ::1 as 'a. means', patriotically! de- fromTexasr' i; .<"...'
L' tranrpir3d'&mnflg ,
: (although i 1-73 milefe;) they are completely by' which the. will of the 'common wealth CA ', The electionria4e. "p1.on the rit UdrcsiY1flOSt of wtncK \ 'qnietbegtatiOn" rthe /> iintry Prbposek" fo"wy?tie ttmtorpof Jell5*- *
The be'carried Monday .". einchoatlonrandr beforeJ the admission of f signed, .,_ : _
WTeredrwipreno streets"of this can bat'as it was expressed In a i'Ap. .. L ;- ', thp from the ColoradOItOthe-BioGWidt'Pi1h1',
.- uit'.zeaiifna'StaemOetfle.fltii
place may compared to.walking through I series of resolutions, alleged to have ,been ere States-which" are"nos! caue-upn- That the,last m1trauol in documentaryeviJence'beforethfcountry 'of 42 N.'L incltfdj g New Mexico- .o ,_ .
the mod in some of |:>ur erects Jboking for unanimously "enacted" ) y the general ; Po m.dr of IdayZasE. :'1 mike -yery..eventsLcause; ; of'secTssion.iirL is ,, 3.' Proposes" in cite time to",admit another,
clams, fall of filth a eve'rV description. besides sembly.of the State at its last session, 'con .News.. ;:: i ; thia'with"a Vweeplngcondemnatibn ; : and, m, the slave State from ;ta'ceded territory south ,
dead oxeij, and mules'The the of 'J' .CAIIOtN'oliws'' .. issued under;its advice.That .
dogs, m2n are templating appointment delegates to Indians J prockmafion blGebJIiley of.34 degreesnrtb1attlde., *i-\ i,
Late fron.TI settlement '
obliged to wear boots, up to the thigh, the Nashville convention. "It .exp % .Intelligent, mpa-The, ; .of- ,the plans! H there is 8dmtl tJ novel\in the proceeding '4. And'a free1tat'from' thrterritbrf .
which cost from 4 8 to* 75 dollars. The moreover, the opinion of the writers that no :RemovingFalse'RumoT3 O thC&tofrive. Rfff$ which have.been proposed.The; cry of the i nS "irregular? north.{said, line;;phats,}NeW MexJed.T, 'I".

houses are frame co ercd6ver| with canvassOr effectual or enduring check upon the ''- .-. j TJhionisls is hollow-the plan of the Senator we admit i(f.but'nothing; 'admission 5. Provides 'that,) th* 'whole ortb, ,"Great z

twilled cotton, a id the city is properly .gressive and injurious tendency in the action The ( l letter, from our:correspondent Kentucky will noi'do-t the'plan bf the orrilietima.ie. as rightly.to ;precludeher called the city of cloth. However many of the federal government can or will be ap- olowng be read with great fCi hot "do "there- is but ,' with-'iestricted:: bbandariesf'aUcollateral :! ROcky MountaitiSlancZ'the' Sierra NevadV-*
fine buildings are 'Up every day.- 'plied> by any of the departments,which ad- at Palatka.wi nisirtvi ; questions i :>were put t rest We including the'Mbrtipn rwon;'shall W governed -'

Such a building as Eini Hrouldbqng ninety 'mSnislerits power. The whole letter is pleasure : onejway bywhich: [ 1e'Unin can .with .any, d .the 'adrnnistratiOil; ''in a11 as one ter i j1.'iNoaJaYery..ratrif. ,
thousand dollars pt ,, and such a sized Calhoun Yulee-ized. How it ould have I PALTE March 6, 1850..' pertainty be saved":" insertion of.a provision have' 8uppor it. tbn. t ir ;'f
house as P- lives bring sixty thousand ; been jointly signed: by, WHIGS we cannot Mr.,Editc-' l i in the Constitution;by an amendment// it has done' on ibis! 'point,, and still justify 6. Proposes to'a p't California! ..uhe in." .J

per year, and fortunes have been made imagine. gent of the Indian: will in substance power Before siaveryas141'10"'r.badarnve4! ; at :7. Provides that if atn' e State constitotioc'
and will be continued to be made as long as The reply of Governor THOMAS BROWMin reached .this 'place 1el'artment which\ restore' the ber, its present stageWeWee.: ; favorable t.thadmission shall be formed nniier ft ulations by law: -; .
the gold is found A1' Some who were not precisely what might have been expectedfrom ; )haf5ust that on the 28th dIe South possessed of p tecing.hersel of the. proposed State. our 8.. Dedares the inoverfiignty of the people

worth 500 dollars \at year hare already a gentleman of produce, patriotism and I of February, 74 Indians sailed .front fort iire the equilibrium the. -sections' huL_& .t..1 ca., \v... .nlw of a territory on,being admitted! as a State., .'..-
accumulated 50 or $0 thousand dollars. sagacity and we jcgret exceedingly that Hamer, on the steamer Fashion, mom was destroyed by the action-.of tis (iovernment. opinions nave souiewmu \UiU& 9. Instructs .tb .committee to report a,DUI
But few of th! merchant; have been brought the pressure upon our columns prevents us New Orleans. Of tBese 19 were warriors, .' Equilibrium i fa majority -Government ; agree with those who oppose the admissionof according to this fl bedlJI '

tip to the business. slSoaie have been farm- from copying it entire this morning. Mean- 22 were women, 14 boys and '19 grs.- ,the vitality California unless .the whole territorial This compromise -it-is' said embodies not
ers from Oregon, sofrie miners and while, we do not hesitate to pronounce it, in More will in a few days. !, "Balance of" po\nr"where with it. We'wish '
personsof go settled along ,
all descriptions of professions and trades view of the circumstances under which it Mr. M., will passed through. and essence of the whole system question is only the views of ?,rr. BctL, but is at'I I
written < *u. ".c litcat.1o you reclect Tampa ] suborainatiorrofiniuurijiebto tu 6.O a etorftmoral opf ot. .tk> .M.tI.rand : of i1cOpiniOuiot Several,other leading"Sen-.'
only they had a littjje' money to eommrnrA was as one jf lieie, a few rfayq ;ipr bi.pV"to spring from'iho .
state in its whole style and tenor, with Indian ) now returning -. think it folly) in us voluntarily to add I .
with. Here you will I bear a Minister of the papers $100,000 ,A more glarIng'solecism ators with who4 th mover conferred,
that fell under our observation. It is with despatch from rna ionitie. ; ,
Gospel crying as anf auctioneer, some Judges to Washington to her strength another free State, Mr. '
them > B
calm, quiet and argumentative. It ignores Gen. He gives glowing descriptionsof could \oi be alvanced. among ytssX
are Monte-bank en and Hotel keepers. 'wiggs. of the remaining i -
Some have kei' bakers and the existence of anY; >ower or.authority in the Country abut Manatee and Charlotte Mr.jCALHOCN! rbaractei s Gen'.TiTLOR's satisfactory adjustment' ; In the House I ft.Rt| resent tivesr on the
sausage .
makers. nl people of all professions the writer as the chief magistrate to take harbor, and various roads and recommendation as Territories, as.the ,territories at the same tme. In this previous day, toTT-introduced. : a bill for '.

and trades are Sjrying to make money any official step to cause the appointment of bridges established by Gen. Twiggs, leadinginto Execu'ave. Proviso.., Then ,we 'suppose the view, we lej ice at the stand taken by the the admission 'of-t te Stale 'of California"

durin the rain eason. The Reiznins delegates to the proposed Naehyille: conven the Indian Country.It .. ___ !-*_ -__.:_ ..,V,:..K MP n.aa__ Southern members. We only ask for a settlement at 'wolch discussion .
Deity it Gold. "Al stores and gambling tion.; It condemns the convention a* revolu- is confidently believed on the other side, doctrine 01 non-inieiveuuuii umvu -'u. vv w present ;J-pporj ,
houses are on uuday, and but few i tionary in its tendency, and against the spirit that all the Indians will soon be out of thecountry. has at'length happily. and explicitly avowed, of the question,; we do not" demand ensued, marked witfi] mijcn; ability and mod .

: believe know open when-ihe Sabbath day comes.I if not the letter of the Constitution; and it intimates I is to be ,hoped they will be. which other leading Statesmen, faithful! to so.much. as some that a slave State. shall' eration, between y essfs, Toomb Baker,

would not live in this city in the summer that, if the Federal Government is Very truly&c. the Constitution as Mr. CALHODN,,have be admitted pan p'with every free State. McLane, and Conrkd. ..This method* 01 pre.

for $2000 per mont IAo I am afraid sickness I of the think fashion there that is not his much correspondents wisdom or seemto consistency Major }tU.UUi also reached Jacksonville maintained, which the South has unanimously W t give that iJt up, because we think it senting fhe. questioDjby) in Committee. of'

_ and disease will caijiy 08 half jhe .inhabitants -! in the Steamer Hancock which the veteran asking to*much. our manifest destinyis the< Whole is objectionable j than that
if do not jtiave'a strict corporation.I I ir seeking to save it by means of a I )'e&terayeening confided in, and I _
would they rather try ijy luck in the mines as Southern convention. It concludes with an and left this morning. He repeats the Carolinian himself promulgated in.1847., has as some think,_to carry us to the Straits of attempted by Mr..iDoTT;\ on the, 18th ulL,

it is quite healthy t tlere. and a person can eloquent admonition to his correspondents, infoimation contained in the above, and adds suddenly become a dangerooa heresy. Magellan, we should hardly desire to see the to instruct the ,Cotnbitte. on Territories to. .

live in peace, and gA to bed -witnout being that duty, when in resisting they have unconstitutional discharged their aggressionswithin whole that while in South Florida be was deputed The grievance of Protection is also enu- Republfc tesselated to that point with white f., bring in a bilT, &| | That form precluded J .

disturbed and drunken with pifctjl mtn in shots the from streets.I desperadoes their sphere as.senators and representatives by Gn. TWIGs.to examine the.wotks lately. merated in the speech, as among, others and black,States But- we. ask. a.settlementon discussion, and fo'oed embers to a direct ,

heard Capt. C4- bad fctcn in the mines, I then they can return to their constituents constructed by lneuovernment joriacuitajting which have crippled the South13y- our principle. We'askthat whether territorial vote; while there !ji Jr.. cow a mutual understanding -;

but was taken sick; >nce.then I understood with a clear conscience, assured that Military operations. He de cribes the contributions to Northern manufactures; that I governments be formed or withheld, that the Htll l presented on the 27tb .
he was in San }Francisco trying to purchase I the have honor been, liberty properly, and defended welfare, and of the leave State to roads across the ountry a equal to any he section has received 'an emigration which Congress touch not the question of slaveryin shall be thoroughl!},discussed in Committee I

a brig is but in did not suopeed-she at sold Boenicia.-too high.L the people and to the State Legislatures of has ever seen, and a number ,f bridges has increased it population in fifty sears -the territories, unless to strengthen oar before any applicati'ja of! the previous qae, ,. !
some empoyment|( South under God to devise the several hundred feet in test our right in the courts. '! !
The two E-s )late! made snug fortunes the rightful spanning streams 2,400,000 over that of tbe South. It will guaraneeta tionbytheHouse-J:| 'f :

speculating on lots and carrying on their remedy.shall ,the entire breadth. With the removal of the Indians, remain for those who have sought the true This\ha the Clayton Compromise asked, Thus both,brancUea oI' Congress seem tor

trade. I heard of D -, but do not recollect We and publish meanwhile tender correspondencetomorrow to Governor and the restoration of confidence in South .policy of maintaining healthfully the planting and what we should' be glad now t have.It .- be treating the ques&oa in a mode conducitohappyresults. ..

: where he is. |t"; BROWN our sincere and ardent congratu- Florida, these improvements will>_ of inestimable interests, to inquire in. what particular large is all Mr. BERRIES-a solid expounder.of 1,1.\i;;; 'it| .'- '

CottoiiUti Africa.A lations for the manliness and courage with value to the people. Gen.Twiccs, accessions of foreign population to the right and wrong-sks, and who but a factionist In the Senate, Oil: Monday tbe 4th inst/

treaty has just Jieen signed by which the which he has breasted the rage of faction. was rapidly recovering from the frxture of South would have promoted them. How can refuse":it ? Barely give. va, access. Mr. CAT-HOPS ,appekred( in his seat for the?

Danish settlements {?n the African gold-coast. Late from California. his arm. The Indians left in the best, of many Southern minds have rejoiced that we to th channels- of justice- -, -ft n that moderate first time since his! illness .His'anticipate*? '

have been, ceded to England, and the latter The steamer Alabama arrived at New Or- spirits, and before leaving got up a-graid are free from this contamination ?! How enough? I the North* refuses to concede -, [speech on the quesj on t iof; the day was read?. ,

power is now delating the feasibility of rais- leans on the 28th nIt, from Panama, bringing ball-play. ,Capt. CASEY superintended the much ha it exemptel us from pauperism this much to us, we hope*the Southern' j; by Mr. MASOS, of jfargfniav '

ing a supply cottKn thf/re. It is now produced i and dates from San Francisco embarcation and payment of.the ones and taxation 1 From what more than foreign members wi worry the CIifoQ'! On the 5th, Mr.JjooTJ' annohnted that' on: .

there by the natives for their own use, to'the passengers 24lh of Gen. Twiggs being absent on account of tie migration, did Mr. JEFFERSON look for sionists till doomsday. the:following Tburl'Jay" be would call up hi*'
January. i
and in the adjoining kingdom of D homey the The, Alabama brings four and fifty injury to his'arm. [danger to all our institutions? 'Perhaps that The distinction between this position arrd motion for the appointment of i cbmpromisef,

culture of cotton frcjn American seed was thousand dollars worth of hun-re gold dust on legislation which. Mr.'CALUOCN thinks has any thing like factiousness to\\r' the administration committee' of thirteen. \He took occasion

attempted under the t< .uspicesof the late African freight and belonging to passengers.A Malls, U.oad, se.-.-In South Florida been the bane of the South, has been the is clearly percep ble. .Oi; the also-to dissent brtxvflfonr certain views :

traveller John" [) in last. it might be said to be the doctrine the bjf Mr. CAtnotrs>
uncan. July terrible and destructive inundation had MAIL MOM NEW SMYRNA TO MIAMI antidote against a thousand ills which otherwise contrary, advanced in speech ,

He was furnished w' th the seed by the.British -I I taken place at Sacramento City, caused by I Ry letter from Indian ,Biver we Jearnjhat oar peculiar society. might have suf- of the administration ; for they ,never recommended I that ,the Constituti&n.. **ould hare .to, tef .

Chamber Commerce- Letters recent- the overflow of the river-a thing that has Mr. Brayton, the contractor to convey the the admission of California as a amended to' restorei;' 'luttibnum to the see.'- -

ly published in thel Manchester Guardian not happened before to so great an extent for mail on this route, is now ready to COaenceoleraf ferred.We think this speech may literally and State except upon.the assumption that Con- lions_ ,,of 'the.corniirgri{ otherwise the Uniotf
the iiccoaijt of the many years. Nearly the entire city was cov !0 1?. I. would refrain from imposing restrictions antf that'tbe whole "
following would be dissolved 2
give experiment with water. Large numbers of Catt'e This mail will leave N<*w Smyrna on the emphatically be ptonounced "unprofitable.11 gress ?
i ij ere other property have been swept away let, and Miami on the 16th of tvery month.Boats While BERRIES and other devoted Southern on the remaining territor ,It;w North were arraeiai1th Sbnth ,MivFOOTE :

... Mr. Duncan bad Keen appointed British -loss is very heavy, estimated in all at over suitable for passengers to #> comfortably meii are :casting in their counsel and advice upon that express d4 orthodox strenuously |: these'iwo points. .
Consul at Whydah,the .(principal port of one. million of dollars.. Although this calam from Smyrna to Indian River an provi- principle of "non-intervention"-that the ad- He. 'aid-ltat-iJ"'nal/w,:* &;vi ,KnrMeryeiwiuout
'" ThVinrf -Thp half-deckedonx.rjjjna; Jilb1lnRd Y J : - '
_._ JIz..ap"ri8ed of his 9. J an amendciirtt dl th ..Constitution/
& .
Mr. lunfthnen ao' sixty laboisposal. washed out immense quantities of WUJ-9' 1adrel1rom ,myrna to Ind.n River, He,.vhose fame andwhose should have thus with no dissent from the propriety,and and that the North'c|ras.]!fibt ananiooas'tor' ".

.r rers at the rate,of fofcar. strings of cowries1 or the earth where it had before remained unJis- nf that. i.imnfr., 1..__ '_A_ him an Ulysses in whom we could expediency of curtailing the disproportionate opposition to the'Sb ih. |!'It had been saUthat'the '
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fourpense sterling !nd -- --- .vu. .
p wdayeach, planted
covered.At 'y uavcJUIIg I limits of the new Stat .
;, several acres of laif' with, American seed the mines Stockton struggled for a mail ; bad their request been I gives up the ship and becomes. a.'PaVmurus Southern CdriveRJion, which originated -"
; near the ,
I; reserving, however, 'quantity for presentation made quite a fierce attack the Chilians Americans granted years ago, we have no doubt there in the storm." I The administration, we are Euro, is'to) in Mississippi)had la view a'dissolu' .
upon would be now considerable: consistent to feel the non-
to the : MUlunent at
and"a regrets
king further on any
quantity to working' there. Several of the assailants tion of the Union end i ifi' declaration of, '
the banks ;
of the beautiful St. Lucie the
be planted at the commencement of the rains killed and number Sound, The Sober Second Thought. recognition of the California State, when
; were a wounded '
not then knowing wj] it might be the best both sides, and many of the Chilians taken on and land in fac we may say aU along th& main' \Ve copy from the jNew Orleans Crescent there are indications that it admission would tbe Senator from Sbath Carolina were to gcr ,'
for the Smyrna. uncontradicted it v4db'said! the of
season purpose. object .
Having planted prisoners. It is believed that this outrage The British had extensive \ of the 18th ult., with unfeigned gratification have been followed by a policy directly in
several p.
acres, Mr. Dujican Went to Abomey, settlcmjntsabout that.Convention, amende
will an
I and was well receive, Itappears from Mr. s incense the Americans that they the head of Indian River on the Mosquito at this sign of the times;' (says the mt clii- the teeth of that recommended as' its accom- wraVjiio r procure
will not rest until the offenders driven of the ConstitCtioH dissolve the
are entirely ment or

Duncan's letters that the South Lagoon. We congratulatehesuffering \ the following annunciation ,
coUon grown there of gencer,) : paniament. .
in considerable qualities Is of very good out the countr. Thel. excitement inhabitants of that country in he "THE NASHVILLE Union He was no('for disunion 'and h-:
had become .
quality. Indeed sisall receipt of this favor, and now as the n- CONVJNloN.-Te far. thought it could be avoided;. ,' .
a sample enclo ed in Mrs. Fremont has recovered her health House (of Reprefnt1ves The first kor a graud! rally of Union ; :>.
- one of his letters is qiiile e1|Ua\ if nct superior and herself and husband are about departing ment road from thcir'operations Fort Pierce have opene a god Louisiana) ba" the Governor for men, to declare against the Wilmot Proviso Mr. Calhoun inquired'if jtbe1 Senator-Irons
,to fair Orleans bavins equal length and6trengbof from Panama for to hoj 3: information in his possession to tim
whit in the United Slates. They mail may alsohe put upon that road. any prove and its obnoxious affinities, 'was attempted Mississippi charged\l| Stvith dlsunioDJ' lintimated.
staple, e fineness and color the of
will doubtless leave necessity Delegates. The : '
the appointing
seems as far as ca (['be judged from the by next steamer. The importance 'of South Florida to beUnited Governor answered that he had none and at Tammany Hall New York,early in last .it! U ". .

very small quantity] Decidedly superior I' SAD PicncRE. -Suffering at San Francis is here not sufficiently of appreciaIt the committee reported againut.the measure? month ,It was. started, under the, auspices of Mr. Foots ariswerecJl ilk vrsxf as1i '.
forwarded Of this cotton Mr. D:\ ijian' fays that he had co.-A returned gold seeker informs the editor raised. The tropical'settlement plants of its kinds frontier can:ispfl be The New Orleans Bulletin gives some additional the Hunker Democracy. Cap'tHynders, of impiety to call in-jjii qt*st ?n the pinib i t-...
his first )letter a but by hit; I vessel,fto it has which not brought reached of the Boston Traveller of the tlufering. important to'the Southern! States and the ..a- information onthe same subject, as however and several others, who bad 'been the Senator from, Som; |i CoIiiiibew&uldhavetO ,. '

its destination. Colt seems to be by no misery and death in San tion at large, but of this we.shall speak sine follows : expelled from the "New York Democratic de 9-re'he wafl iiotA! i.i)leader., :

- means scarce in 1 neighborhood of all says the"the deaths.newspapers He was there told do by the not record- other. time. | "We are happy to learn that the,Committee Generalimmittee\ ," took, possession of the .Mr.,C. disclaimed btf ibgi the leader of anf:',*

- Whydah; for when ill l came known to the of burials of that town, that superintendent from The above'we copy frotfT"je Ancient tfty. on Federal Relations has reported Hall as the champions of Free-Soilism'and one or any-'party. 4e 'personal :episode

natives !that Mr. Du i'pan F: was desirous ofIurchasmg sixty to seventy died weekly, arid that from It'informs the public of the character ofthe* against sending Delegates to Nashville, and forcibly, ejected the parties who. originated terminated about. this 4intI1. .';. .: .
some, ; tile that the of both I' '
: q overwhelmed six to eight were daily buried at the expenseof mail service the Post Office strong men podtca partiesare the Union On'the 5th, also mnie It iuse thccnsfr; : .
with the \'ere, bruught to him.on the city friends provided by .Department : opposed.to the 'scheme. is meeting. \ ,. ,
they having no to
all sides and hii'J have care for South Florida notice of whichwe I I But the latter, eration of the Califisunned. 4ssage '"re--
: I purchased to for them while sick, or to bury them when ,a made the order of the day for Wednesday, made another "caitfor a was

a considerable !I sis i means had allowed deal. Many persons have come down from gave some weeks'ago. We have also when we trust wise counsels will prevail." meeting on the 2d inst.,and it.is said"to.have Mr. Hall oIl.iisbnrii: 'ablyadvo. ..

hn. In the addition k|>'L! the common cotton the mines enfeebled, without money, friends been in possession for a fortnight or more of been a "grand rally." They declared for the cated the admission. 'Ii 1 1 .,;
grown on coast Duncan Voice from
Abomey a variety c1|fir.,', the cotton found plant at or often home.sustain They life wander by digging about the clams town,and and the official announcement below of this contract At a large meeting of the Virginia.1 citizens of Lou equality of the States in the'territories'com-. \ Mr. ,Cabell, male' rm;, :" :'red' '

the produce of whit i'i'was pf very su muscles uponthe eca-shore, and by fishing, which we did not hasten to publish. as Jon county, (Virginia,) composed of both plimented Gen; Cass, (as the Philadelphia marks, introduced' 'by jassialjing reasons-' ,lot i'

best perior'quality-he.with wbice,'] j'jquite; equal to the finding lodgings at night perhaps in the tent the fact had been substantially stated befpre political! parties held in the Court House at Unionists did Gen. !Jackson, \ and altogether. his not, voting tor: VILhrq j atthe: nreaentdiscursive- .
sample ,
: ine was furnished at if not,in the street." the letter was 'received by In session, He maintaini ft st ngly his recent-
I Manchester, and whirqLfrom ihis description open us. corat mnicatn Leesburg on Friday, the 22d February, produced' much .effect.: We find, symptoms $ '
was no doubt Sea IsMad. Of this | it Mr. CAE remarks,:/'It will be in 'of of buncombe.:in, read1ng'the.resolutions of ly'expressed opinions< i Southernijes.' .
plant- 1350
I pursuance a .callmade.bya! ;
which he describes asljpcing: about 14 feet DEAI OF CAPAN :\ v-Te St. Louis interesting to our citizens on the Atlauic. previous both th sand the Philadelphia Union move-.. tion and closed with e ; ring a hope that,
Union of the,191h nIt. meeting, a preamble and
.. high procured with a a quantity large bracing'of i.4ed, and' bead intended-he bad the life and death contins young accountof officer, coast to know that' provision' has been made I lutionsw re I're enghf JOHN'JANSEY, Esq reo merit (and. "some, slight,, in the:adoption.of the Vnion! may be perp : to who : the ear]lest laurels that tovsupply them with a,mail. The communication -' Mr. resolutions'J ised address the HdiiseSn the questlori
- plant with the remai*>*er of his American .won were gathered }: which,, after undergoing, ,discussion, were. Clay's conipromisfr by the : '
.. yy* in the Mexican war. He died, the is only month but it New immediately before i it a jin'arly: .
seed, at the commence|f of the raius. says onca I is sub-i i f adopted with but dissenting voice', :T York Castle Garden meeting;) but we 1 } day.
Union, in San Francisco after a short illness epreartM addre'7th. ,
ijt of Mr. Webster Senate the"
congratulation on
ject they are no lon I have little doubt that the. :
great sses.who
Florida I.d net.. from scurvy and bronchitis, produced by a quotes at large froniWashingions '
We have been kin
BENJAMIN G. HERIOTi1!$'17.simons's wharf, York to that place, by the course, of Post OITICE DEPARTMENT, 'yet n*passed by, Congress.which by patriotic motives. We have no objection the idea of a peaceful Ofjan; : dissoiof-! : .
with a magnificent spejftSnerCof\ Sugar Cane, Cape Horn. At the period of his death, he Contract0ffice; February 13, 1850. t rescrt to extreme .justifies to'Abonus of some little' ture'capital to the tion. .He opposed. thWinot ,ProVJ80.Ofy' .
a measures and that the
I' containing twenty six was about.twenty seven years of and SIR : The Postmaster General has ordered ; *""'istion!
-_ tjWnts/.and tas- age fe'aders., if the' think anyCongressional egardu"slavery
eelled. It is from a piitotatiph on the Hali in the very prime of his manhood and hi I acontract with C, L.:Brayton to convey Legishture has at'..previous'sessions provided country-as/we it will : unconstha condemned

fax river, Florida, owc$[ by Co! J.jo. J. I hopes. mails from New Smyrna, by Indian River lor the protection.of.'the'! State. ;Among realizes from these popular demonstrationstone as ;iff' al1&nd. '7

.-. MiasifuL formerly a 4zeiof; thiIlStatt"Col. .- and Jupiici, t Mmi; Florida. once a month' the resolutions-which ',declare. agaInst con.gncsstqnal iLa..8r.mnf sc-d1. b.. IJ., ; Northern fanatic'and. ni&ta.. .. _.
.?1. is" a very suessfd1 planter his THE WiLMor PROVISO-In the Unite J ,and back;,, in half-decked boats.to Jupiter, S .--4-----Wi-.,l : -- s ... ,-a
lands beIng i in a high jtte t of cultivation i States'Senate, .on.the 6th; the Hon., Thomas thence horse. tr:foot to Miami, with. boats to legislation pa' aerad: reiterate 'F.um.oj. SIVA.-The; fcivertisement of this .,JAoNTlLI4ili. 12, 850.h
and be wiliprove a valttibleacquisition f : to II. Benton, spoke upon" the compromise cross inlets.I! .- :/ Air. Calhoua's ''resolve" : 'is thefoUMvng distinguished necromancer- willb, found;in another D.&aSia'Icount here : d' you.at
' -' --. the neighborhood in wbMh be' has settled.- resolutions recently by the, Hon "have'he'.onr to be. I \ column. .Ilia, late performances. .in the of the'lumber L1'rr4bro: i '1ua'porill.duting
-I I The present in his first ymr'ii crop for market. II. He concluded his remarks with the ; ctfulli, '. \ That we respectfully, decline Southern cities have,addejl to-,his great :repnUtioo. .. the year,i8-9. 'i&enj&bm} ;the recbid? i
following allusion to the Wilinot : Your ob't. .' .Our wonder-loving will
About 40 acres of his faisii. barf yieJded. 14i Pro eerv't. a the re the Gen. people now bare
hogshead to the : to tbe acre; some a tbe'best 2000 lbs heard"BO mcb. is of no force whatever-un." First Assistant' P.,M.; Gen'l .f'\S.be'r Convention at Nash- v llous with .which they are seldom farored. mation.of the public, afi i ;

i to the acre, and,;:Bone wJerf 1,000 Ibs. to necessary a.l'i' i of:view: and ono Hori.E.. C. CABELL ": ; for reasn; among others, that THE"STEAMER .1 condition, of our you i't"md' Jlr08 thth if .
the more effect ',, than a.pieceof ,' Oct.GEi4Thi1. steamer, .
acre. Experienced ilplanters all con- passed ;: .ionse'ofRepresentatives., .. the contingenciesbaye'occurred .G Stab will : in
blank'paper' pasted on the! statute book."' : ,t i (says the Savannah News ,you please gi| Ttlpaper place .ytmt'. .;.
cur in represent g the tl l and climate.ofle. While Mr. COLLAMER has been overhauledfor I the'opinion of the ,) as,she now lies, ". .. 1 I '.
Florida as hihlyCavo ti> the growth bly woild, Generl'.Asm': in.the inland 1 asaage'between'the St:John's ;; .That'r'r&wediine. *
TH1GVcIRAL CONFERENCE METHODIST 'mailfailurcs' in the" State ) tol, .
,. and Mr. c .
TiE .i :1 lumbr'I9IOfeet
and OJ "
manufacture :
of ? H'
I Sag U Jbey have ;at EPISCOPAL CHURCH Soirru-4Tbe: : ned. ; Sf;\,Mary'sj. 'with. all her machniery ,
least four weeks e CRAWFORD has, been condemned the evil, Another : J
: longer vi. grinding than good Sign', 1 Squarepin&nmlw i' 13o! ,GOO -

those Orleans.portions of Lomsia. '' .n rth of New. ,the lumbus Rev.Southern Dr. PIERCE Sentinel,'' : qndertnds..- 'consequencebftheprcvaence'of genius i of our, Indian, trub S.the bie.har' ;A;bill>epeaiing theljaw:! of)the'3Jl' :>Iarchj!' Exchange, .t'.W,:,by:Messrs.Cohea sold,on.the 7th St, Fosd before c t the.' :,.!,'LiTi-O. "" J'. .,,, ',.,f.' :'j; .t.I', ;',, t:3H3', .. ..,MJ ...

been -
: : cholera along the waters ,*establishing mail, and; lines, 1847ivhickfobade. the-officers of the"State i : Cedar o-
Mr' She J I '
HEaioThasaconu.nnint of Sugar of the ,'it has been determined to from 'the head the'St. hns to the (br from brought four thousand" dollars, arid waspurchased t .. '*. l" ,'f .i_ :,.-q.
arid Molasses from the oat Government Pennsylvania, 'aiding Fl : /" j .-., '.', '. "., . ;g"
4 'ppef' t"
IlWairiver.iaau.i.g ;, "
I to-day from.the sehoone 'latai aha at AbccaK.Co's change the'session of this body which was oMnJiah Riveiaad the.other! has beea I !_ it-the cptreol refugee: slaves,' :has, been. ,by; .E4 :' ,,' Toti"- ; ; :' t.." .,,J\f. r' 't 7 ", Ji,. .
: < 't .
S '_ ; : South wharf} '',A,?jp cimen of appointed more to eastern meet atStL\is;; May points next'jo.have constructing'turnpjkea where there.:;was read ia the: gfsJ.at.r of.t that State','and i The 5 na.t"of: ;Maryland, 'Bay; -dopt d',' .. .;",:J .;.5..f.1IVei'1.. ., Uy or.lt00 ';-. ":=',:,., .
< '. < .
: ,
the Sugar may be ,inspects j at tour office by sole nothing b forebuoccia.:, : and most, to it is'saL :with i ,,Bomyan&nd: tfti' n : ; : "' '' :1 .
those desirous' of the been suggested to the Bishops, andya.mong; rks'. Js eetlt! pass, o '. j .t o ,. ,-, : .'J'Vi'i ,, .I, 1.1. :1't. .
thiS:Iert.r and ,examining :' products of other'.Columbus ,the .selection! of;; which now engaged in a peaceible removal of the t ,}the, subject of: slavery,passed: by the Houg'e." ."" r,7,", .t "C."' : ." 4;. 1l"t :JL\&Tit, .-
prorningtat .
- lfr.CluzTltlton on accounts.- IMPORTA t AND j MT5TROt74; NROUNC- ,I l r .. .,._ .. .
I Jferf'-., i1 ytbe'djtr: many sag pests from'bnf: State We J just.casta ;f !DeIegatuwblcbweJpublishcd{ some .' CoP''J' 'UWf'n.-,1.1.' ; ," : .
4 I !MEKT.!-X.teiegraphic despatch in. : ;;: : ; 'or( :
1 glance.back at' the. achiexements'of'i thi mornJog's : wee'ks:i ce' s J '.i. n-J. <, w--
r Its said; thitMrarLiiyfttTirK, the wife ; TeNewYIcorrespondentof. .the Savannah preceding nnstrationaam! .the .bet'of Georgian'*says> '.; <: -- ,> 'r', ,, -- .- *' -_iL_.-", .-' i 't.'st'v'( :Edorqf. ,_uw..: ".wnuI6, 1" ,,,..'"' I." '.1CiCNI."V' ,<4i'v'r'
; ,
ng ,
of the newminist t rtdEQar4tupon being Newt, writes f which 'ifor Elonidaw.I the of / bodyVvWhlch;:; *ali und 'neariBbxburyj{ }'I;: ; M wtarriy dat Mbfl. ii :.':E.t SJTE"' 11 w. .. ', I i"':It'f.:
presented to"Ibe Vcryir-cbiilrcn{pagbt,them ,:.A1.i11pape1istobe et here"to"adrrocatei ; stoppage j fs,supposed etb t'ofDrd;, 'Parkman, who I tt, 2dttlst., .The Tribune'sa) : .' L! '1i C traP'BaQk\. tJRde4't .. ,
and bu "Aein 7iTHh of '. the Indian: r: 'TTLIR f":LaVing > ., '!. .'. ,. tgATanna
up ; hosrtenn8 endearme'nt.fa the claim* ofH' ;' Ifs; wrnd CH bn aifit-M4! *- i, The on .otT f p ran h n'jJU: h' 011Uf""-TUl. ',:. IIItt-

,. nffi rib''hidtb: >;) ;-t; rjd that this said'that $J 0,000 have been raised, by,parties :that :.whole'Jwelyei,yeadotL; ,. "' _bste, ?p j .,*' murdttftP: regalia", and ::.with:banbersand: (
- '.i condlJ 'the'iubjt! .f Jr",r.epr90f principally;]who fought:hard against thenoml&tio' show, .such an amount of practical good dtiefotlpiopleof.ourStat ,'Tb", '.''.liT thfi f rf" ., ;in,,. horse coach'to,'receln:hun \fat he.:had received $100" 000 belonging'pr to':tht'. ,' ,, 1.,. .
lor4 "
from the thambrMln; fPefect..that Oen.Tyioz; but werenenr. J. .k 'i' orders rrom'tb.: of tbi ttoceseto ssioitbat belefl'fi a Y 4eIfTOmij1". .
as \OA) hef:: winch a deairniajji been r arraigned ;:Bishop ,
'JoteyE Q thloyalngljslkwrtjufl j rel t tbeltss::1 rtded' with, :offices.* Tbey are the'laat'-six'raonths .' -' ba' j inaKeb,54 enuy' 16.the cpyaie'aiid' so ftArtt boundcareclinthe f r-W&leS. 1 "1 .
fected withini ,
eareai those:wfcQ.might oneo'l their! wve-' course gru d,'but Wluot:be by thea4.\, kiing"'bi'supposed. mnrdcrer. '-Stonh thrSonseere hot perrnitted:to accord to.him um/ot$ o "& ;".

1eIii, !": .' :'t.j ,. ;.; *" ". brought,. 'oufto the light. .,:, ', "ministration- .IG errT rJ, ; ( i' '. ', '":f.'r'-,:, !.;; ;: then) r-theybdprepared.1 ':. ;. ,amou..t'. ,'. ..- ".. .'Ii. .-"t."..
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It Is remarked by the. Senfincl! that| Mr. vnderaigoed eititens"o-Duatt.uniy, i '0. : : .' .r .. : .,'" .., ... :? ;'. )Ii._ NIVICEIT. ; .,,. I :, il 1V (rnvr :;.;l .
deeming U f- '
Yctcx b the writer of tht 'jeMcr addressed to move in tarmony highly with important' her that Florida should 2 : .' .. .:>:. '- >< One Grand- C.plta1', ; $ IDoff*'. :/.', (
sister States of.
GOT. Baovrjf the, We the QTJABT:;BOTTXJCS: ; ALSO, $S. $*OOO $ n. t T -".. ..9 .. .; '
by Delegation.* pave South defence of Southern rights, and that she ; ;

not compsjed it with the I & ddressedllr should,like them, be represented in the Southern : \itfi1i-n '; Li : ,. FRIZ ; )F!$ nas j s1 :;r .. /

Mr.'Ciinct.-singly, for the purpose f of,1[finding I Convention,to be held at.Nashville,in June next, IfHE .. .. :. ; ;" -: roLftotftl.. (ee.am. 'F"I_/1'. -5':.;.:. :
yiRGtsntA. STA_ .
ont discrepancies, but wej irsre struck at respectfully solicit their. fdlow-citixens, of said .= -. ? 'lW1F'i .4" :.
Fortlie .
with in the county,to meet them at the C urt- oUB, in 'the : f' Benefit of-\' n "l" .' :. -. : : .
a glance an inconsistency ,two '
; Town Jacksonville Class D: for -;
on Saturday, the'sixteenth "OF" 'Y'9JS H t .,
following paragraphs. The joint letter says: day of March next to take the necessary steps < C1'orULA. '. ;T.'be drajiit> ",' UL i J'', ,- # ,

"We an that enduring towards the selection.of UVEC41 :. April 17,1330.trader ehote*"* ,>. 5.1 ..'.,
satisfied noejfeciud or .Delegates to represent g" '1111. .' .
.. deuce(if talate : .
the narC .1Ol1lt 4 :
died this and injurious Eastern and Southern of Florida :ut.cEIi ? *. *"' !
portion in .
upon aggresstte ., .C"N'lrJJ/ c J. W MAURYCO: =
S tendency in the action of tht ,!lerd Government that Convention: tit;""':. i-/! rgiiu.rrfrl4: ; : | |ij ,. : ,: :
am or will be applied* fy any of teII elix Livingston, Tho.\V.! jones 1..t' "IVY. ., 78 nnmter.lotteiy! 13 [ T..y.- 1'. '

departments vkick admmtnttr V potl'tTI.We D. Holland, R-J- .Pritcharl, 4-. VIA. .L I r !.i. : _H. ;. 8nxsi>iD 'K" for.Usaie. U'J"f't'l, fej '' ,." .
advance this vrit'taut' M. J. Bo\VdeDj .,cttl h fJ -"L.J.JI 'faiUgnifid-mt ita1'of" h..._' '. .: <. s
proposition* refer.U ; Martin Stevens, :. }' ** ; 1:' ; >
ence to the dispositionsoflhcsf: who riah Bowden, Samuel Gibson ,.. .ri": of" : ',l p1endi4 prize or "V '. ;$,,." T .. -.J'
Chas :. '- .4 ,. ,1- do1_ J i .. .. _1 :: '
administer the but P. ,
: '
hereafter Government, Cooper W. .
may S. Donaldson, -. ,. 1 elo. '. ..
as resullingfrom the inherent tSaratter of our Isidore V. Garnit J. H. -i,. I *!\ ,
McRory, Jr., # -. da ,* ,"* & 1 -
T political system which mud. in till its departments J. A. Barbee ThosLedwith, Tnr Medicine bat acquired a ,very ex- -.-. /I do -, '.f ., -and rP'-nesu." "'f

eventually bend to Ike injlusace of tie John Clark J; Format, V ":tended and established reputation,u!re4r 30 do '- ; to' <*# it Wa Es., .

dominant section." : J. McRobert Baker, Joseph Finegan r tt bas .tsedbued; entirely.on iu own Merits. 250 do;(lowest" '. that satu 1J.l spare a4 ., 0. ,
.' S. D. Fernandez J. : its superior effleacy has alone sustained Tbe au- 6Spr&sesof- .. reereswiV'' *. .. '
H. H. 64 '
Mr. CAEELL Bours Victim of bercditary disease, with do- ; TiSOFF.: '
: says: Albert G 1111 swolje3 klaniiz. coa. 6 .' q
lips Wm. P. De dlJ '* n
bol1t'11 half {
wees, ariouS has been ,18804 U'f
"Again : it bas been akel.< 511 have confidence Cyrus Bisbee, J. D. Pickett, I I,' and Yignr The'scrofulous patient; covered with ulcers Ra tquhsome re1'toheaIth:to hil'Daef'. ,, -4,810, 6.'i. do..- : f : _!.: jj e
I and his do, -
in the President, why not Itt him arrest A. A. Canova, Thad; C. Andrews, ,1hopelewy for ,has been made whole.! Hundred d permi, "ho had gioauij 27WO 'd): ,- Lr- : .
7 :
unfriendly' unconslitotionat! and offensive Oscar Hart, Cha,. years under cutaneous Dd glasdular djurders,1ehronic ; -
Byrne / aDd rhewnitism cheb"$40-HaIv
; t' : HO US p'Loaw.i : 14
11W11otbn.complamta ; ;
action of Congr.s ? )ly answer is G eo. II. Smith, Aug. C. Gillett, I I I "I J and the circulation hue springing from a derangellent.ofthe aeereuTe ors' Eighth$3 '-. II I.' .. ., .. ."

plain. He cannot prevent the ej'ert of such | Oliver Wood, Jos. F. Rogero, I 'I ::: With rcgene, consUtutionlo.been railed as h were from tM ck of diaeue aDd now, Price of eertijfeatei of ji. atn '
to .
gladly testify the __ .
action. He may, and I cm fully assured ] R. Dorman, Isaac Bush, I i I'I! :il I preparation. The testimony or those who haTe been,cured ecacy of.thi. inestimable Magnificent Scheme,as ndeUffUf j fl : f.1'! ;" .0/ :'

trill veto bill to abolish slavery In the DIstrict E. J. Nix, James Winter : i. Hi residences has been publtfhed, time by its use,with their i A certificate of package of _afifo, <
from to
a me t sja4w, ,, itderij Mr '
t by .;sJi4Tiioa .
I : :::1 or the a mac tickets "h.- > I was
or the slave trade bctiteen lite States, orCteTTiOTidbillwiL M. Hearn sr.Ge C. Acosta. I moseonrwbeiaIng &ettlNODY could be ItlOt1rk forwanj of '4
I i Hi elllliTely ita inestin\able prom mod,CQn- .Do: ,do' Pap. o ,IIM.ooa4' a
nlue. The a1ftictei, ud .
the JIslw4Provisb. I those who hay. tot used & Do" !, .
II medicine dG
I til I H:, beDeAta f.invited to naj. a trial of its Y 1'tJe.and appropriue. to UelllMll'lI the ',.Do.do. Mr. 4j.fiIit-: .'- ?
I which it lone
Now it to that if Gen. TAiLOR i ili can tieatow; as .well
seems us Married lu frem U*aed.
I A certificate of
I m L a package *
trill veto these measures, it looks very little On Sunday,10th inst, by Rev.J. McDoxAU, l CANCEROUS ULCER CIJREDIPOF SEVEN YEARS* the holder to all over$442 n this.aU&* 40.ia Mk9 isbenost-rse '. J"

like "Bending to the influence! of the dominant M r.FRANCIS B.LAND, toM a A3f?i CARR, i I 'a and Th cure w s .ffected in July.1044; tb.- bus been DO STANDING.' hI the twenty-six tickets .',*tA ue' od-
: her or
h health symptoms ieates halves
both of tiiis county. ,I a\ll1 tUUUU1Ice 5. July;1848I a return quarters, 1" "1 '
section." If it performs 4iUty to the .__._.. I ::1:11: Messr. SA1fIs-GenUcl'Den1 j' 4'y. .J.z,!5.ISu. won.- lhtersl4sr'. 1tadI s thor -
) 4 : aD act or Justice to rOil to ltate .This splendid scttone i.t .':15 .,
South in these particulars, a, 1r. CAEELL 11' following facts ill reference to the grJb.nc5tj the 'I
i Mechanical Arts and Science I $tinate C..RCEIOUI CLcJa on recezveI In the cur..of an,ob.. trio ever drawn in the In tl< icnae4jate vi, .
aays it will, it is all that moirtal'' can do on :tllfltfll I':! I.-as attended eigbteen months my brCUL by a regulas and skilful t '#" "' .. orthy of the attention of oD C,on.Hove,onk II".
i j1l: advice and counse'' or one of pbrsician'jsted by thethu11 est pnze that can be drawn h beakiy, ti Tu* ia tM I
most able aDd
the side of right. As to efleitifr tfe would D. APPLETON & CO I : least eJpenenced surgelJl,Wltho '
NEW-YORK I beneAI the
I :1 whateTer. ..AU the various meth of treating cancer it three of the drawl a POI ojattoii ef lJc ,
: were '
for Orted
like to see.any being less than: etiperhuman, HAVE IJI COURSE OF PUBLICATION, I ,., II; and be lor vfcS 11 was in dailY'ynDled succession my breast was turned with caustic thrte times a-day.10; Orders for tickets and Ib IUO eq aol VI aiy ia uc.. 4 "3
: ., with aa itlutiO fnitnc aci. ud ; ;; \ .
guard against them in any other way. The Im Parts, Price Twenty-Five Cents each, I i ', ""I. :::1 internal probed the ulcer ulcer4tuJd was ISO examined large that the it held over 21 ounce or the sontim.( the The canty doctor'or promptly packages attended the above to, and aa whol ccursf,'flf A struo. -
I bane, aDd BId
joint letter says, it results frosi the inherent A Dictionary 'jlt"I ,,':.,I to the lungs, and If I did not get sPeedy relief y medicine the chaesae or an was adranc.mr tha JaPldlJ ng will be sent immediately and the pupil : b.. opertion resuiwovLt4 -
character of our political system" that OF MACHINES MECHANICS, ENGINE J but AndinS no relief 1 was from advised what had to hays the breast lid open and the bases examined;., who may order tickets from any it.study This.:-titfcMt ria.V aa espee4-iati. .
been done .
t .
d !tttlit//1' I i1;1; ,I almost despairell of feeuug I was rapidlHetunC; worie. Address. J, C. )
the dominant section rules. Tjierc is noth WORK AND ENGINEERING; f 'I i ISeemg:!/ vanons telt1moniala recovery.and and considered my cue nearly hopclas. .' March 7,.1330. !/Tiaiirjrtant sdb. -
:'i certiJicazel of cure the 6tS the ditter &tfbjtiacbas f
ing so very startling in this, that the writer Designed for Practical Working Men and' I t:, !1/11111/1/I, / ." 1:1:::ii.: _were ILL'used' m cases but iia from-lar the to long my own'I concluded to try a by few bottles use seWral SA1gAA-of ,11.itb 'drQJjtil, aa4 re o '. .' ,' '

should have italicised the whtfe paragraph those intended for the Engineering I I I I' I it I I (i Ij.: decided until the cbange disease Considering deep-seated thIS as the only character probable of CUll my disease for my cais Pl'Dduced,I persevered no very General for eaih" siinevery'rj;* .. '
entirety eured. .
i. Profession. I Jill i h i. vow over elsien months since the EuM1TTV& ; : tt r .
in which it occurs. If the principle! is inherent I I 1r.r.T ,::' -Wat completed; there IS not the slightest appearance d a rerul'D. Iihrefaripro-cure t Tallahassee Diawing PaSiGfig,Wax I

in our political system Seated with it EDITED liT OLIVER BTZUTB, tHIIII I::, I0 elktr-'dJ swdwi.e WELL sfoiy and Ute cure ftl&rrl, rffrctrl by 8..na' S2SAPAtiLL&as I Lost ELECTION is I will w oztdwt tie iauB-. .
b ; Please liNlllDUl'M'w I.u uiaK it,w have I Sobs. 1 I A' ; andiaoiebnoinstir .
engrafted in it under the eye of oar forefathers Formerly Prrfestor cf Mathtmtttcs CoEey tf IUI/IIIJtI .Ii 1:1:::, make Your excuse valuable this SllraapanlJa lonl-deferrcll acknowledgment, "lich I think it y mJ duty t I in the Second Division where thae teaoahea are : -
Civil Engineer, Lonr&. Author and Inreiitor Ii; when eured me,With the blessing or Divine Provudence on the first Monday in April .

-they must have foreseen. something. of the "Co/rWut of Farm," "The 1'1' .iItIi-" :: fly many nothing Uungl else I cannot could;wnte and I feel and myself I do under lasting obllg'atlonl to you. I can appointed by law for the or wifl scktmltaSy.oe paid t Ja moral. .
; New and I : have respeeU'ully wlte dies acted as 1 cers, for a Major' General to .
Improved System of Loga- :; been to call 8lId
upon me, I WIU cf tie
of its present e1f C1 and it:; jrehainly presents rithmg," "The Element of Ew- '' : i I'':: and many other things an reference to the satisfy ease.them fully or tile truth as stated" above; iou, to fill the vacancy thins owf ladies; ".- .
Motariaa i
every a
no such a crisis as the c-depicted; to did by Colon," tte., ttc.rznIIIS : 1'1'I'fil.! :t NANCY_ J. MILLER 313 Sullivan-street tion, Officers of General Jesse Carter.Bri ally avoi4d.,..,:: ..' ', b

tos by the Delegation. We:are jibt w illing to (; 'J'II" LIVER COMPLAINT taliocg, and commanding Ceofpanies, I ten aoaLht.b iTIJOj1nte I' .
WORK is of 8vo. the contain- eadw
large :: The 'n.- led.
_yield to the "dominant.settiono& the points Jsl ing nearly TWO THOUSAND PAGES upwardsOf /,',I/ :::1': following an extract. from a letter received from Rev. William Galusha' :. this Dirisio order* are within hereby their.required seCOn4MOU4IM, J. : *

FIFTEEN PLATES, and SIX THOUSAND ,""I !:' n'ulaiTr.t.. -t.. Od. ft, 18U. second ia 1_
Mr. CABELL bstjive HI-XDPJp Meslt'l. SUDS
see no -1 have make to
presented by been returns according
j It will I a1fticted with a Inere pin in side, occasioned the .
present workingdrawingsand : : by a diseased liver for the en Monday '
last It that those
is also ordered
reason for being panic-struck at t.c mere re- descriptions of the most important machines 'I I II. ::' not convey; but since taking your twenty lanapanlla years*suffering! have been at tunes relieved can- Inspectors of the elections the' l
U in the United States. Independent of the results I],i, 10 that I hue been able to attend to Neatly much enter atat&i.2ie
iteration a sentiment inhe1 eni"in our of American it will contain lilllI$, I:; 1..1 fill-een months. my business and preach occaiionally.forthe for county and military the end the kJ1 '
ingenuity complete i / whoUy discarded aU other medicine and thoroughly tried the tors of the election above o -; I t.1
political constitution.! \' practical treatises on Mechanics Machinery, '! q. S"rfllpanlIi&o which can recommend in truth and to aU hos.ve'byenter.
sincerity those who
tlII are .
II'I I II : any way a1fucted WIth m Mrm.-It BaH be the .
Engine-work and Engineering with all that isuseful 'j aOY5pecIli or.scrofulous complalDtI. There the term. i -
; ; Ii :: remlUkable have been some n
elections in the
We should remark, in regard-to:: the correspondence in more than one thousand dollars' worth I t ,''Ii ::. bottles, was cures restored elfected to bylts use in this vicinity. M-s L Shaw.by the use nf I lag the : tbe.flW 1fmr '

that there are authentic intimations : -' of folio volumes magazines and other books. I "I\hl;:!:; Mr,. W.Stevens.who had better been health severely that a1IJcted, she nsdiefore with enjoyed for ten year; and to most give public tea days places notice in said grAtatlioa., il> :
The of this is II, al by the Ute of few ElJ'l1pclas. was entirely cured I
to a
great object publication place T '-
Yours truly, YVM. UALUSllA.i } Or sTrDI. f ; '
that the Governor communicated to the ,
before practical men and students radian amount : r -

Delegation freely and frankly his ideas upon of theoretical and scientific knowledge, in a con- ,i h I 11I"'jl'W: l' i :, CURE OF A SCROFULOUS AFFECTIOM OF THE EYES. Ganrnar and divided id,vt 1'. it
I end form, as shall uaUe them to work to the .III 1 / :; Sotrt February 2, .. 7-td, Jtveirile ThPri4SV.IIIZ4 .

the subject of the Southern Convention, before j I best advantage, and to avoid those mistakes I.:;:I 1 I I ::!:! With lIem-SUDS:-GentlemeHy little daughter.whet r.K'to.one R.year I. Odo old was 11 attacked. l@j and ifeatal Arith-. -

i which they might i otherwise commit. The .:1: I fI I aacrorulousllUJJlDron her race,which soon after ex.ended th her State of Florida i ,
the call was made upon him,,, with the : I :: almost total blindness eyes causing .
In or '
I amount of useful'information thus brought together I two phYSIcians one them 1 employed Spelling. ;JtcM tto S
view that an issue cf opinion betw: himself. I is almost beyond precedent in such works. 'I''I'.j.t Ii 11II tM, :i: 11 all proved 11Ie1ess to attend and her finally who one of them itsssafjBKSs her rehe. but CIRCUIT COURT ;asd AritSnetie. ; '
I remarked
and the Delegation miglit not be forced be- Indeed, there is hardly any snbject within ita ,I I ::' some striking cures erected by !..DI' SarBapanlla ani to advised me that be had known I of James :Murray, i eorieade4, KtoBeV* '
II, tamed me to try It. ob- vs. > BILL .
i range which is not treated with such clearnessand I one bottle lch the commenced using, and bebre it , j : tl was all used it bad
fore the people,to conflict with or. embarrass precision, that even a man of the most ordinary ::1 I, I: efeeted been no an elltlre cure. It 18 now over four years lulce she wa**?*** and there an has Posan Murray. ) :, flis* xy eC the .
capacity cannot fail understanding it,and : It reappearance ofthe disease and .e are la1bAed thatitisaperfect cure. UPON reading and on the .JAnd. hetorica1 ,
their i dividual action. ttotwithstand- gives me
Yet which great pleasure to add that I can recommnd it to in thM cause, .
thus learning from much it is importantfor similar compla.mL every ufferer from any DeID ; i .
ing this, the call was made.Tra him to know. I' I "I II :i'I': I Respectfully yours GEORGE EOBWSON.rUTAUO affidavit of the Solicitor for Geo rab4y,of OM

From the annexed list of the principal Authors' I: I ; -w-- the said Defendant reside in ,' Analytical ota It

and subjects comprised in this work, it is self-evi : : A5D SOLD WHOLESALE AND aCTAO, IT It it Ordered, That the ,Read.iDg.ta,Writing;

RIGHTFUL REMEDY DEVI D AT LIST.Gov. dent tliit all citizens engaged in the practical and lli'il!" 1111 ih A. B. & D. SANDS, DRCGGISTS AKD CHEMISTS, the facts charged therein ._. rl

Brown gives.U5 his view; as to the useful arts, etc., may derive essential advantages : IIU j r '. 100 rcLTo T., cocas or WILLIAM, NEW Vaaa. the County of Nassau, on ,Aigbru*vnelnvt4 .
from the and of this Ii! I SoU day of Mav next. Logic.,late Deetaal
possession study publication; io by Drugpst
time to devise the rightful remedy, but the' generally throughout the United States
and CaaadaC And it Ordered
further ,
Jacksonville Republican presents remedy the following may be especially designated: :!!11il.l! \\I, I I I Ptice ll per Bottle; six Bottles for .5- Order be published in some Sutar Phaoso-
itself says* that journal : Millwrights; monIders and boiler makers; artificers I .! / this Distnct for at least e1r) Dafly ojuStaditsv Kswj Writiaj* ,' .
j in brass copper and tin; cutlers and workers II I s1d22J day of May nest. '

"Let our Representatives clog 1.IcJrUlation l.y I of steel in general; carpenters; brickmakers'; 'ij:1, I . THO. rmTIo .;i f... t "
tartiftt Let them even withdraw fc-nijKrarily workers in ivory, bone, and torn; civil' engineers, " J. P. SATDFE.VJX, sea.of 5 aoa isL 810 OQ '

when closely pressed leaving C ngre. without a { railway contractors, and contractors for earthwork For Sale in Jacksonville by J. FORM AN. November 22, 1249. '. II M.;:- 12Oq t
'_01'1lIli." and mavmry of avery description;architectsand "r'a' -K.u;: u CI ,

We suppose this a second .edition of fighting ,I bridge builders; builders, master masons and TAX ASSESSOR'S LAST XOTICK. I State of Florida Daval Count:* CLERK.'s OFFICE ., :' 00' _.
bricklayers ship builders masters of vessels, shiparpenter X, C.C. Clerk ii.M. 5 too '
; Eessenti
the battle in the Union-which: has already Marian Executrix .
: King of .
others with : "
c and connected buildingand TV-OTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN That the for the County of assau, lI'
been resorted to. 11;w long will the 1 docking ships; block and pump makers; hemp Jjf undersigned will, in performance of his I King, dec'd. the above u a true copy of *& joe TC .2115'( .

Republicau have legislation dogg] How, i dressers and rope makers; manufacturers of linen duty as Tax Assessor and Collector of Duval S L.Ettrritt- is.sm'l Att'y. in & ThOj'D1 on file in my office. -. '''' '' .

long will be recommend Congress to be j, ;and cotton fabrics; manufacturers of spinning County, Fla. attend for the last time for the Agent of Elisabeth Sfcelton Bill in Ix TE.sri.YotT wnxuxov.T < 1000 '

wkbout a When doel the RelJublican i! ;machines roving machines, card breakers and present year the precints of the County for a&ea- Administrator of Mary Chancery.dec'd my hand and private seal, ( quorum 1 finishers drawing frames, willows and pickers, office.) this ISth lay of nu '
sing Taxed for the present year on the days fol and Arthur !l. Reed 925 00 jfertembQis)
propose this family quarrql shall end 'I wool C. C. BE:5 E.
j i etc., connected with cotton flax and vial owing- j Job Frazcr charged lot tutio iat .
What is to become of the country while le- J\ >
At St. John's Beach on the 13tb of)March .. ceased, and Philip R. Tonge. ,
cloth folders and measurers, and inerested '
giklation is stopped How: is the govern- !; persons .i. t iiV- i'
; Cedar Creek,at Col. J. Broward's,on the 19th. the State of Gecrgia, and .
in anchor and chain t .
: mentto be snpporte&c sewing machinery: The Court House in the Town of Jacksonville, was Napier of tie State of l : supplied trith fiftmiiftaj ,s
manufacturers; cutting sni turning tool I'hO-J aMa. jirta assorted ,
I the 20th and 221. York,Executor of John ; ,
makers pin and need'e makers; nsiil and rivet on ,2ht. r MONTHS after dale >liaeellait btt Library. .
We copy the above from tie Ansient City. jj ] ; Flack Creek on the 2Trth aDd 2Gth. dec'd,defendant SIX rS t;
makers; bolt and screw-bolt makers; nail cutters; and Touched tangMb.n.: puiT. .
T'rr. C LAY we r.ot !! Thomasville,on the 27th. IT appearing to me by affidavit that Philip it. "
are partcuarly; | c coiner; leather dressers and curriers; mannfaetn- Judge of Probate for Dural 't{ "l1* !* >
I Clay Hill, on the 24th,and at a.on defendant in the .bill filed -
wed Jed to the above which i. r ers of great guns and small arms; candle makers; executor settlement and discharge ( Oa are eoofuhnd doe ia J ,
plan, ( entirelyour the 23th. .
19 biscuit end cracker makers; lace makers; ribbon Mandarin, on in the above cane, resides out of the, State of of the Estate,of James. D. the middle the term. r- '

own "compromise: ,") an! if the pit! will i i weavers; stonecutters and marble masons: dyers, AU person who do not attend and gin in their Florida to wit in the State of Georgia,and thatthe of said Count can obtahi befisd..tthe'r j

j cloth washers and scourers; coopers; cider and returns, according to law, will be don ,-taxed. said Thomas Napier executor,3i
suggest anything better we shall' b+ happy ((0 j I cheese manufacturers; crown, crystal, and plate URIAH BOWDEX, aides out of the State of Florida,to wit, in the ; ..i **,! -. ...' : .

bear it. As "Sibling the biitle, in theUAioo" ;> glas makers; sugar boilers and refiners with proprietors Tax Assessor and Collector Duval Co. :tate of New York: ; ; '

of sugar plantations; manufacturers of Feb. 23, 1350. 3t It it ordered Tlat said defendants appear and January, JS5.. W LpRk3c ; !. .
seena to be distutef'Jfe' in'fer our ; answer the said Ml within four months from the '
j I railway, bar. r0I111'1. ribbon and rod iron; wheel, t'EUSTL: .. t ,. .
neighbor's "remedy"* is to ght out rf it.- axle ani spring makers; engine drivers and peril Arrcdbndo Lands For Sale. taken first publication of.this order; otherwise it chaR be Colambla County,,Tax :B.-THOXJISi .
il eons connected with the locomotive pro eonfetso.It -. 1.''n1A .. :
: generally : .
May we ask how long woulJ the City have;j further ordred. That a copy of this order .
engineers and captains of team vessels: I : 6-
managersof N PURSUANCE of a Decree of the Circuit" VIRTUE the Ti4ee& ,
the Union dissolved How lon would Ube t stationary engines; lumber dealers and ownersof I Court of St. John's County, made at the Lut be Eastern published Circuit in of same the newspaper State of florida printed- in.tha BY ,I shall expose for -- .. ., .'41', .:.:.,..., I.' I '
mills Il
saw ; veneer cutters;owners planjng machinery S ; I .
November Term the Lands in the Arredoado .
I House doorr in. the town
before Is ,week for four months. ;
slavery placed on a firaj foundation >' ,, : '
millers, and connected with JLcatfjBmT. '
corn 4
; persens irant belong .g to the Estate of Peter Mitchel, THOMAS DOUGLAS First Monday of March : : -- : .' 'S.
; civil 1 bolting and bran-separating machinery: farmers 1 ."-.-.UI.A.oL' _
by war When dos& the City are held for sale. '. in the town of Conmbus, ( .
and nring jroin-enelling and threshing of the number of said lands Judge, -c.S1'EWEA tbia I.ut UJ l oiweT rl S
persons For descriptions belonging John B. Linn. '
propose that family quarrel shall end'-i machinery; buhl workers carvers, engravers,and reference may be had to the printed decree. &Butt!, CnmjiFt S&frs. 'i .=A. J. JUiM< s|tf,*amary'1 -

What is to become cf the State Governments ornament makers in general: persona employed in Proposals for purchase must be addressed to Jacksonville. Nov. 2lth,13-deel3-Jra' _I tiMri"f ard< .- ani dl,. tioaot'. -. .,
the manufacturing of gas; makers .of and C. MITCHELL and Collector ; late graduate ,felnmi
copper A. 31. ,
if you strike away the Federal ? :; Ilo-.v i isj:; lead tubing;linen and straw makers Alackua County lax Collector's a1e;" oUtr.QUId5ft'- .
,: paper ; chip Special Master, Ocala Marion Co., Fa. Alligator,.November 14,. _
Florida to be ? !i I owner*, harbor masters anti other interested in February 2thJ50. tfIn < derived fros< ezienee. _
supported j 'I I dredging machinery; well sinkers: axtronotnen !BY VIRTUE of authority in vie by law vested I Columbia County : of the 1** year jasV f '

philosophers and others using philosophical ap"ntu I I will expow for sale, in' front of the the most amp|o tad satis-. .

We perceive, by a correction rna'dij in tlie!I aad instruments; miner, engineers and .the Circuit Court: court-house door, in the town of NewnansviHe.on I WILL liE SOLD,' in sucoert, ttXr> 1 .

: others interested in pumping engines; persons' interested EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA.t!Monday, the fiwt day of April, 1S50, so much of 1 in the. Town ; "eeemiee4 s
Senate by Mr. TCRXET, of Tenneb.. that:, in canals and aqueducts( ; warehousemen e land owned by thy following.named persoM, County,"'on the first.: paranta! ..rsardiaas -

portion of a resolution has Leen'bmltted by;! and others using hydraulic presses, dynanometric IS CI1ASCEHT.. vix: >.., -: pithin the nnal hours, of tkn p*Jni f tkeur
rf cranes, jack screws, common and feed cranes So much of the land being part of the Arridor'a wroperty '0'W'it:'Lot: oferhn; newraU oL -
the press in publishing the re solves: !passed"! workers in metals and alloys: tin plate workers;; Many Rom us,by her next friend, I do Grant, and part of a tract of land Town of Alligator,being and%n Kara.w4 4

By the reectheJ1ouses of !the llgiMature, sprIng manufacturer; wheelwrights, clock maters VS. j Levy's ZOO acre trsc /levied upon as the J>roperty -' nore of,George.Miller to BO otfier la to*iwrta-5 ,

and horologists, etc., etc., $tc. ECSJAJIIX ROLLINS., 1 of Moses E. Levy and others lands designated improvemcnU thereon, maybe prepaj4 a this_
bf that St te. As we copied'tbe..revolutionsin The have reading and AliDgthe Bill of Complaint en day of sale;'aLto 110 much of the land, being lund.mart or less.::. Levied C-oller.Ia'. Jtliu ite4' 1

our last we now add thai furnished publishers expended of a large sum of UPON in this cause and proof of the residence part of the Arredondo Grant,levied upon;as the I George D. MIDer,to:satLrfr *- &'K''. .
by money to get original drawings machinery in of the said Defendant beyond this Uirenit, .-, property of the estate of Peter Mitchell lands designated sure of mortgage in firorof wmbe. pald.kttV*Hwrat,.

3ft; Tnwn: j i almost Kactieal use in work this country the and have whether procured It is Ordered That a bearing take place on the on day ef sale; also 'So" much of a 1,50U Thomas OHo1mes.TI.9 ,both by ft*T-!wtoes -$ .
the every subject published acts and allegations set forth in said Bill on the acre tract of land, represented 6n a'map city pointed in'mortgage fi. Academy Ia100$64 -- -

'J And that only man byjtfhich the essential in England whIch, France or Germany, the most I 24th day of March next; and that a;copy of 1. by Messrs. Burr and Washington betongingid .A..J. the :riaaer1 tId& : ,.

Union; can be preserved in its pripiraJ purity, e parts being comprised in this this Order be published for the-space of three, John IL/McIntosh; being adverse fShtrif of ar''It"' anon rumg
. 3ietionary,render it as perfect and comprehensive withfa the limits of the"Arredondo grant,and lying Alligator,. SOjlSSO.- reasonabLe eibj.l, 'b. '
so si to secure to the several l tites their The bare I rninitbeprevious thereto. t : .
u possible. publishers
endeavored Tided bto tw
THO. DOUGLAS Judge &c. sear Paiae's prairie-as will pay th 8t&I e : .
constitutional ,rights, is by resie&iff, n< all to ax* great economy in, type, so that each page A true copy* ,. > and County tax of Alachna county for 1849 toge- :Alael. Coa._ tT7u.: S rstt scssio ezuen c** ". %

hazards and ,to tkst extremity, any and all]1 of the work contains at least four times the number S. W'DA.'fETJ', Clerk, and the Seal, of said-I gethtr with the expenses attending on said sale. iB.JaauSrr.last, undwifl. ,
or words found in "
to violate the ordinary page of the same sis JOEIB; SMITH' aut'horii ; ,InJubi. Tie sec-
attempts Epirit ar.d i ictent of the Court. 2 '
I This has also y
secured to' each plate working- Mon4er/l ..
provisions (of the Constitutlon.jt\( Bra wings at ampU aDd clearness,to that a mechanic February% :. .3m 7axA&ssor.anif".' '"oll ctoTo/: .ihzitJas.tf. ; ,. B'T ed,I shall expose.for : second_tte seeaoAMettiay.W" .' .

I t, may construct. accurately any machine described. : court-hOWlO'door.in the town a abort""JU-* '
In.the'Clrcult'Conrt : 1Ionday"he first day o. I .k'. *, '
FLO&m .-There has been f'nil.ar'a Mate. I' det.1ri1I.. -. > .
the' >great rejoicing? The publishers'are; in short determined regardless EASTERN CIRCUIT. FLORIDA. ;' Nfuau; Count7"ras' : mncn onhe >land owned. n' ._! ;.T> *st, .. .
among Abolitionists and their vis .
.ftles beI I of cost, to make the work as complete as eel.m eipese persons .Uieteaslotu. \ ,' '
C&81e.the Governor Florida expressed his :' possible; and it is hoped everyone desirous to :ITS- U'A.5.E'nT.. BY virtue front of oray the Court,House door of.finale a as isomncnof the Atkinson*-and C.OOO(CJark*er
opposition to the Southern Convention.- obtain the work will procure it as issued in num- the firstMoad.in June next,'so I _. : .s h. '
and thus )rAIT&oLLL. ; !, by her next friend. County, on NewnansTffla aDd Akntafee H .
hers the .
Charleston .
Mercury; ,< encourage enterprise. the heirs ofWater &JII '
much of the land owned by to John M.Berrian c-
,1. belong : ; GO
The work win be in # beS. ."
iaraed semi-monthly num- for ; .. .
theyear 'S
They could hardly rejoice more;than they ben,commencing January 1850 and will progress :'De'f1ou.: Ro.L n. man as will pay the State tax due thereon will all necessary land owned by the estate of ;Enriiah.. : .
6Scts. togtfher '
with great regularity. :' U'PO'" n-g the foregoing i and tie affidavit lJD-tax, $ grant, being within the S< aad E1OeUUL ,\ni/ .
do 13,924
at expressionrfalling from said sale. acres .
e'ClI.. the expoues attending Grant,-and lying iiear: and
The whole work will be published in 40 numbers Sparkman which accompanies boundaries unknown. &a d : t : -
extreme advocates of the Sontheta.Convention. ,at 25 cents per number and completed within same on motiooof James A. Peden, Eeq., thel'' of land third rate atod Land, in said county, and returned much of the land owne.1. or I D. oriVecIi,.I .
It being lying by s D.'or D. S. Corbitt, : ; tavi $ '
the current ,1850. 'A.liberal 'It Ordered That the tim..for hearing- f 4
year discount-will
The fact that it is to be held I to the.Tax I Collector by WiffiantJIickmaai as land i & t "
has so be made U agents ';> above canst) ba enlarged aj moved- and the tnown as Levy's 30,000 a- Jnt4rs r ..: :- -

far inspirited_some of the abolitijjcusta,that Any.one remitting thepublis'hers 810 ia ad. same be set down forbearing tithe tiex Term of I ins of- the heirs!t of Waterman.. .A.: J. 'BRADDOCK*" tion township II,r&Jge *19; I '1on1 "' 4 S
shall 'receivs the Circuit Court to be holden for the Counties of 10range20:, seetioa-Ui.: '
work the
vance through the post V L and Tax Collector. ; I .li : i'
his stated they.also intend holding-'a. ,: .ConTentknidTJone. office tree of expense.. Alachna and Levyinstead ef the>2JUt day. of I. Sheriff section 12,toWnship 1U '.. S ;"
I Nassau Co tJ'. Feb-.1-IIS15O. SaT the or Isaac Frost; N .Y 'n_ .- '
property .
., : tarcht. ,&y; March next5 as before ordered ,, ..
; : THO. DOUGCAS, Ju4gefec.; Colombia: eaIitiTaX CoUeetos'a.SsO*.;' 1hi1I1O range 2f, leotioo 5, p.a i tJ, _t. ..l'f", ; .
t't' TTlTJiT.HECKIVED. A LARGE AND ELE99 .Ai Chambers;January 9th,ISO..L. section 6, townshmjf,raagv .i- '
seortiaentvj ''E r&he'& Tel ..1D 1. property of-Wnv.Them,; i *. ..i; ,it' ;i : ..:
gnat '
said Dutchman,. jroi.mai|; ay A;true copy jt :.: ? ,iei.rGr: B.laW'.h ; the lani beinz rjirt of toe A> : ." _.\ "

nt'Oll please 'bout bad neighbor*; ;;1 hasthe SPRING FANCY, ;AND, STATLE'. .1i.:W.-BAJTETT,.'Cerndthi. ; said' allexpoii.. lihetoWD.ot for sale;IB Alligator.OJt ront.d'it* by Mary F:Lewis;'wife bf .. .v. ..Ir 1'\o ",.'". ., c .",', .'
', Courts ,> i Court House oo' JM ; A..nR' ; '. : .
i M. : .
roust neighbors as never 'tnta) Mine DRY GOODS d returned ty Oeorre PayBe .. ,
; ,Feb23185.. 'sm'the third Mondsy.Mar next, the following a-. ,B1."NTJNU--:: .' '; -,
.; and mine liens horn mS :der '- ,-. thereOf wIll Lewis'iectiosrf pouted out '. <'
pin ear* nmefc <
come : Now open, and offered for a1e-J moderate prices- I'scribed property i oYj so> p.o inneboftbEland,being' IkTROht.,4 ". ,,' : ,

. puteandtodderday two or. f9.mr4 U The public are respectfully invited to can aDd i UUtrlet C0ort .(tb fruited. States, the.,State W county. 119 taxi and due the thereon t.ex-, .' owMd by'th .helr : .ll..y'. 'r'o, .1'.., .. : .,:.), c'; '
and <
necessary :
IStT ,
1W3 :
I I mutmgf. i! J.\ examine for themselves.- MORRIS.,. KIEL.' XORTIIERN:'DISTRICT OF FLORIDA years ineident;thereto,...iJ O3..aces second sections JIOinted.(ui. on day ; io, .,i'. if; ..I o. '.'i> .. '" -.
JactoonvOU Feb. penses. -- .
J..1 t' !&. .,.111I'l : Selag wt-of' j r' ;JI.s ..
Ii'I' -- jOT1cE i '1 t EBiGn : .- rate land|1710.near tJriBl &td".'I.belong F 'to;$..Aaoeavex ,tae owned bflhIand;jjlenry; -Q* Ei' : fit' :1i 4r ;4: .
uwannee .rif 4 purporting ,
'Ve.ta1.1aeseaula.cft\# COPARTNERSHIP/' out ; of sate ai will o'f .. .:,
U. UJt'
; .L. I1W11 t rd r' e'UOnaaai BiDDer:. ,' j 0 .: : on day ; > .
.'I o ; .. ,, I .2th: ; '|! MPMaTnrirm Bronsu;.J1IdIt.otaIdTt/the April.TeTIt .' .- ,. :,'jWR1GlIT. ., Comry tax of.Alaeh.8 i i'St .. I', : ". 11- '..

Th / : ; X .P.. that ky hate tha"day eaUnd IntOpartBr Monday ruM a4iurued to the Thur d ,: .; .taut CoOectar,Cclttmbm C(1t6Rl'' ;' i..t : -'d o '

: ; BliATEI TE1IrR11AQWS T a hisC:under the name,;and: styU '.of Monday t ) ( IS ,. Thpvmber141d19. &. ;, _: ) cJeIQ" _. ,....
j BUFtTNGTON COX to'conductthe. iet ; JOHN TMYRICKMirsisZ- ._ j f .i" .
>" i'oJ tAN 3t&14 f I j. ia.:JacksonTHU heretofore odeupiedby O. Woo<]L ,. :Pei G; J.ZmIUna.DeJ. Msrila1.Et.Angustlu. .. U.'C ::
p. ..' J'-n ia\Pmplrti, .. kcp. W. .are 'making.inch'arrangements foi:! .; Feb.- '2'J.18I5C1' .:feD28' .. < HE FIRST; SESSION ctthisSehoi <: :. '. ,, '. : -_ .a.-.i .,,, _' '

1.1. l_ ; KnkaatMjpia. _--a\ : tbs approaciing Winter season as win of render our ... :- :' -:: :: 'A'J'. :, JL: aienees oaths First ol..Ju1W1.J.S- aa4 '.,' :<0- ?.Ijo "If.N ",Iiti.' J' T'1.-1-'f 0' -: -
-.i-T estabKhment JDOId place t* : ,
i "I' a sojourn : -N The sabscrlbCT kavmr ; # 7 '
WITh fire Maiitatioa. a&i We win : tlee. .1\ till continue ten mdnth*, with *afacatj Of t rO, < -. ; aa '." _
EatFJ -be
e on persons visiting fiiHy c4fWEE1c&AvTE1L; :Dt': .D ;.tG I I months ia the,1cuunernie: School 1i intended aAington:Is prepared 4. tP''f.''._, .1 lG '.. "
ermaneBt'Ojr'traa- .
f muB 4JIP4r4ATUJw4: :.. prepared; n_ 'to.._'e.coommodate.-.' .'" ., .. apply to the Ho ledge pf,l>robate.lbr.1heCountyof : as" a :< "ror"t.r )U- aO claims against the United '' 'J ,-. 1'
I ttU 1hi '1' : -. .en." WN'UII''SAMUEt'BuFnNGTONJ. JUonroej for Letters'of AdminlstraUon, COLUZA prqmict.ae+the t a&tention a., lost er faraUbe* ta the : : ( ,

".",t Ji.j-.. : on the Estate of the late John George Zirar woo to the rueemeM ofberpiz$114.A fe11fl'O Military. ,servioe ,:Pensons! t : : .a-.1', '. '
. :3 > 7.'dOct. .1, paIu--cox;. 3.y died iaUstate. ,'' NICHOLASKeyWest .SAaTH.. JeholaJot wn be neelnCU '_z.' :Addm .. : t OFFIC'ELfM' ru" -.., ,.. .' ,
Marda I_ J !: SepL1:1849-4ti" ;Jaa.S/lSSO-SWwV-. i .JekieniUftuaq'i t3i ? 4te ti. S 'l'f .'t.... .

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THE FL0UmA 1! tiWiilcAN 'einleancLFleteher- of- ne tli neand doU..r. n.'b ai nv ,'< '.-. -. iny throat extended la headVso"that my .,., .!,, .tiA TI .. 'XTllA wiIhLToax ." .,. ".tt ." I't-kai.or. r rl'*e-<'- -. .

is fKnujsnib jvKr 'uvur.AT are of 6.:goodslze 'fodrai 1in"r war very much, impaired. After: taking A gushy the :siam o1 CL.ePF+JA'IIP. u4 .FOR CLLLa5AY4SIUkGTONr .
;:The above plates cannot purchased at te health improved, .rP To f. '4. #
short 'mall ot..ib"
: .1atk..n.Ul p:T MtT E.K. by ; armpariUa a time/my 1I1 : A.W1LIA1i .' -
J. > stores{ at 'less thaa three dollars each.' ; ; ;. in71hroar.4.o >w well; am:aa'fre from his "A._ .11;. .&, IUI&IIIid11. klcJa. the, .
.un. -
+ : :' .'iCOLUMnu' $ DREW' : -S 'rAnblher'Set d/ui + and tightness of the:chest M.:.over-I, was "I Dr.Towad""'"Sarlap' 'WI.UQJN.. .."1QR r.<

I 4 '.! iiv: 1 + of Plates jor : : can hear, qulte!'J.iatioct11'- '}I7. throat has aJt .' ,Tbla TO'hsII4. aG.tIocfot. ,saunt aUK D"a'ac'rit nu-bu AT-btisu-lt,
.Tfls-The 'Ifcllarf/ 'al1DU payable An entirely distinct'offer'from that above, leav : rsr + well about three;months, the cure of which '.UlNJ OrigInal,* os 5fldit1

Bpo. l orderfng'iL raperi '11" .;\ J ing subscribers to take their choice ,of this wide + been effected entirely,.by tho'use of'.your. S ar-, was J b1JC WU fO yyrork.f the diii dDe., the iiipurjsse Continues.lo give hu'pr lppt attention'it'tie tcQ

Subscriptions, If no' | paiitefore range of premiums-.either the above.offers. or .11.-..&. ., -Jc, .. i \ -- '. : sail,sad the ,: This Is seeausloa rangement,and prosee.&ilij| of eUln be&rCas4 fas

+ t'upit n those;we now propose. : + + -L Your.friend.. "LOUlS.-\.R,13EVAN.. o.t PInl ( I., wh&$1I510t' ,. grew .61'anyo'ther'I 'tfuu'1
n--&i. .r
of the > "" esnbaJ*
are charged $|4. : decelved'U& ;,4
year- Every member of a club, or 'any subscriber in- !"8.UtSAVAIULLA-ScAR-'FEvn ZJts- + sbe public not.&_" Claim* arising from tt 'ift'J
+ Advertisements wilratei \b at4. th following any other.way, shall each be entitled to the four + or-ITS TERRORS!-This:oai jerouuad 'ao but th OVUTN ORIOIX.U OLD DT.JaiObrowussiiirs oilIexiean J -"' ; .', o .
i OnVD Wfjifii; e< :twelve lines) for ollowing .beautiful scriptural plates:."Christ's affection-which bas swept from the stage SaTaI1iU*,,.,ha ID.OD .i' the: 014 1.. wars ; Iz&,1;. 1.1kfffr .

tL. SrcilyrF a'or. Rebuke Christ Weeping OverJerusalem;" so many both at the IniwScsnt agariaS.aad Ws slgaaturoaetoss pay.: 'Widow.' ,.i"r"f ht. -Ac11r '
+ fmH iJAI[ \ for t1keseu
subsequent .
!? every Tho.Two at the the Deliverance of '
Marys Sepulchre, and the more'vigorous aM mature age man of.arms.., Bounty Land or ficrl; lMderfiflPet !'! -'..*
"" the coat Fl&3tt ',
Insertion. To jowly Advertisers of St. Peter. antidote, .
liberal bane and
bas at length met Ms .
++ 4 + 10
diseonnt will b mad,, Al.transient Advertise- 1 Premiums are only sent when subscriptions are its evil efl'ectl1lJlO11:the s efem'a. laid waste s I lSt7t or August B. I".u a

remitted direct to the publisher. _. e powerful influence'of preparation. A "- ? Mileage d eret ; ,
lent(ejxeepl by persona hiring running account The fj '.Book for 1850 will contain several .. grand-child of Mr..,Patrickrwood-cor a ;: -+ Horses ,lost and '" ,'t

with thoftfitaiy lust 10 pa4 for previous t publi hundred good engravings : ; was attacked with scarlet.f vei'-"hfch left '. penscs Incurred oth1I'i V perlr:4tdrV dj Ei4.t1
cation. j Postmasters and others sending Clubswill in a -dreadtu1'*state; her body was covered by ',ntowi."loti beisg.: 'd'

PerMB8at aIiI'ane' oblige us very much by having them all addressed / J'i particles of scarlet eruptions;a'large lump i i tered and received iafa ;"pe>Tfc ; \Wiggi..a '. .'

ei i govern their remittances to one name. It is no inconvenience to them,and. lug like a bile, and at least two inches in ters and.,Teamstew.tMm Afar allow* ,.. .
adverttalniy'by; fallowing rates will be a great favor to us. Ilfl ___ :- made Its appearance on.the, shoulder, + .e.o. >,-.e.0 'il ; '? 't \

Oaa .qur(twelve lines) published fix months Premiums to the towns fending, the targesnumber.of \ broke and discharged an almost incredible + ", I \k )

fer- '- _:"' subscribers. t of most. offensive' matter;' and ..$side J + ___ I,. ________ + Having 'al.thefC't.siliteelMl7\ for a' pw '-:;i\
$10 -
+ : 0 n largo quantity was dischsrged-from, the + presentation'of "
,, claimsfogether; with t tho rtlXf* *5e
Two squares!, for.$x months, 15 0 Tho town sending us tbe largest- number of SANDS ARSA of a very offensive character. Almost des .I and regulation 1 Notices to nail subscribers for 1850 will bo entitled to tho of ever stopping the discharge.They made different Depart -'t
; 1000
debt Ipdtoetnrl.; Lady's Book for 1851 g.atis; and the next in number SANDS' &ARSAPARILLA,'which ef- L ments. ; he is' prepared: toWdertako. an efalmFef": '.;

+ Application fe) lr.ton, 5 0 each subscriber shall receive any one of the IH QUART IIOTKs.FOa a complete cure, the r child having taking what kind soever, thit way reonire>tli iertw.J
For announcement of Candida teg for office, above plates. one bottle. For the benefit of those suffer ofsn '
Agency atthf .
+ No aanoineement will be mado unless the same 50 Address L. A. GODEY, + THE REMOVAL AN\\ from the baneful effects of this horrible disease, II\\\ Particular ),. : r

he 113 Chesnut street, Philadelphia CURE OF ALL DISEASES Patrick will be pleased to inform any person attention gien to the proper iettfev
accompanied with the.amount chred. jan 17-ly FROM AN IMPURE $ the correctness of this statement, if they call ment of Quartermasta'ecoant + ,
Editorial notices fer private benefit will + residence in Exeter-st. near c'a"n-st.. [Bal- +
b ,TIlE BLOOD OR HABIT ,Charges moderate, (regulated by iheamonii
omarged'donbl* the rat of.silvcrting. SYSTEM. VIZ iScroftda i Sun. y claimed '. "
and the
SPLENDID ENGRAVING. extent < jervlw retired;
Heligiots, Obituary, and e notices, will following testimonial to 1ev lle of All .
Mara communication
t Wure .
\ h. or Kinfft evil, Satsap rilla;, is from, the Rev., Luther : ;1 ;. inserttai, mu't. '
pabU'ec pis. cutaneous eruptions,pimpln, or T Principal OJUflOS Jftuurtt, AV. Yes City e postpaid. i.
., COm.iMtoM mm t bo post paid. THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PUBLISHING AN face, blotches bites, thronic sore aged 76 years, Congregational. Min j1 't, : + d.e4tf. ;f .

I EL.KGAHT E3TGRAVIXGOT or titters, scald head residing at VVoburfl.WoBDftVMass. OLDDRvJACOIlTOWNSEND. I Jame : -
the Death of the Ito,. John "Wesley.EKGKATf the bones and joints,stubborn .March 30th, 1846. THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERSR OF TIll fBryanty + ,..,

t AL'ClPE''ITIJ KCX.IP8ED. D IN THE HIGHEST. STYLE OF ART, symptoms, .ciatw, w / Sands"Gentlemen-From what I have Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.' ATTOESIT. C n! .&.. >
TUB STANDARD AMERICAN PERIODICAL. 'arising from' an injudicious the information I have re Pro4sloiil
and from Will
attend to
; cd
+ BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ acitilts or dropsy, etpostire or received from a number of persons of high 1 Old D;.townie U now about 70 years of ago, aalhas of the Eastern drcwt business fa the .x
S sad DlSCOVJCXJTft ofFlorida
+ 1 AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING life; also, chronic consiitut ional who have,used your Sarsaparilla, I loaf or been the known OF.JfVIJfR.1 the UTHOR ORlOttfALuTOtrXSfJff era Court for the ffortfiern District, and of fa FtoridaTw"

+ Graham's DIngnzine. 18O.rv1E OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. Medicine has acquired not the least doubt but that H is a most valu ) *UA.4J.t/UI.L.4. OdB(pour, b. wu coBi '.' +
.' THIS medicine, and that the numerous certificates: plIed to limit lu manufacture. by which means It has A'tto AcrsT, '
Among the many good men who havo spent and established r p of its sustained and the &!. circumscribed to for general Busine, Jm :
Jan- have received efficacy are fully been kept out of market the State respeetjn
number of for their lives in Divine
the service of their Master
splendid "Grahm's" it has been used based and bad Its worth and known Its grants and donations:
.. erjierience and although its reputation thoM only! who proved oUandl"&JJd 'thtlotaUo.-""
_I. nary, hal taken the by sur few ever exerted a greater influence for gooU than of vain. It had reached the ears of.nany aeverth.ieea! thereof. +
in need selling '
and stand 1 '
prs high as this Ma pi tine 1ms always stood in did Jons WESLEY With high powers ofintellect merits which its superior are very extensive, them I no want al as those penons who had been healed of tore diseases ir ;,i :....: +

excellence anIIJ coral bean ty,in cirenla- he united a gentleness of disposition which enabled sustained. The unfortunate humble e ortrtoincrenso become, and saved from death proclaimed lu exedUnc and A& o. AGDT '-
won already for 1830 him at the time that he the are afflicted by disease to acquainted oDderY1' for the collection .1 J" '
tion and reputation, i ha same touched ditary diseasewith swollen of valuable medi- *f claims .
: + greener and more abundant laurels in the loud tender chords of the human heart, to Convince the sinews and bones half carious the efficacy and power your' + HEALING POWER.Xnowiiir States for 3IiMtaryr: ether rrlLvJeS.2S -,r:

praise"" which comes frojrt every quarter of the understanding of the truth and importance of the health and LUTHER WRIGHT. many fian ago. that he had by bis skill, supplies furnished luntoers, and ;borje. :
+ tored to vigor. devUed article which would > $4
Union. holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. -- science and experience. an otfcernropertyjost, or which the 1nitecr
lite First Edittor: the January number isalready And when we take into consideration that his patient, covered with; ulcers and sold, wholesale and retail by A. be of iocalcutnble odvantiiga to mankind when the u liable. .. f State.- "J +

'ehauste n our mpl'l wasthought manifold labours of usefulness extended to a period himself and his attendants, & I)..SANDS', Druggists and Chemists,' 1X( means notice when wotild its be I Inestimable furnished to virloes bring would it Into be universal know Addresa JaefcsonT e. East. } ., -
\ A (' of more than half a century-that during the New York. Sold : !" '.
hate bnan.t : whole. Hundreds of st., corner of\William and appreciated. This time has come the mean are -
of equal ekffinre The vast increase whole period an unerring course of rectitude was the United + '
1 tt pitits. groaned hopelessly for by Druggists generally throughout applied ; thiQKAKDJitfn ._ PhI1jp.Ij'razer .
+ of Its hertol'nr;nnpnrtllelled list of snb- manifested in his walk and conversation cease years and Canada Price $1 per Bottle; six UJfFQV.ILLED PREPjIXJITI# ATTORNEY :
scribers, enables the 'ubl"hC1 to promice their to wonder at the very high degree of estimation and glandular disorders, for $5. Is manufactured on the largest I ale. and Is called, tot & CaJTSELLOR.AT :LAW. W

rI. I readers a succession num1Ir1 of beauty and ex- with which his memory is cherished, not only by and many other complaints sale in Jacksonville by throughout the length and breadh of the land especially 3AcxlrQltv.L-, 7u... :,' .
+ cellenoe such aa cou bo pqac Ied by no periodicalin the members of the denomination, to the upbuild- derangement of the secretive J. FORMAN. as it U found incapable or degeneration or dswriors Will attend to -
the world. of which his and ttoa. an professional business ntnut- .
Ing untiring exemplary
Those who bare areviecn the January num- piety so much contributed,energy but by the truly pious circulation, hare been raised I Augustine, P. C. ZTLSTRA; & PCLESTOX, Uallke young S. WDltDd'I.IUmpro"et with ed to him in the C the rack disease and aDd never chant. but for the better; because it is pro and the Supreme C art t Tallahassee. '
her need no assurances of its excellence ; and for of every sect. now, o; LEWIS & AMES, Tallahassee; G. RJc Tko He has'
+ those who hare not, we prefer affording the un The death of Wesley was p3rfcctly consonan ted constitutions gladly testify DRrcKSO'f Co., Savannah.JACKSONVILLE highest pared n knowledtte icinttfic principles Chemistry by,a and tritnlifc the latest mn-discoveries able also Lawyer such an adrantagROus connection with.an"_,,".

prejudiced and nnsolicitwl Irais of others. The with the even rectitude of his protractrd jf., and cy of this inestimable of the art. have all been brought Into requisition Ia a at Washington city, as will ensar*
press from one end of;he (Iuntr to the other adds another to the many proofs that the "end of of those who have ACADEMY. the manufacture of the Old Dr's Sanaparilla. The Bar- prompt and speedj collectIon of such claims a*--
echoes the public voice in pronouncing Graham's the good man is peace." The closing scene of the timony saparilla root.II is welt known to medical men.coitains may be placed in tti hands, against the Uiut.d-.al
Mazarine to be the and most beautiful periodical life of this venerable man. is the one which Mr. use, with their residences, ha IllS Institution will be opened on the first .any medicinal properties and some properties whichare :tates. .J +

that has "b1eS f iwned in any country. "lax ton has go happily chosen as the subject of ed from time to time: and were Monday in June next, at 9 o'clock, A. M., inert or useless and other. which if retained ia Sept. 1, lS49-ly. U ; "r: in +

For ourselves, secure In the faith of our vast body its I b. autiful painting-a faithful copy of which, mass of the most : :, East Florida. preparing it for use, produce ftnxntatit and ttU :
subscribers, we laugh at, n* well defy the tugrared in an decant manner, we have thought rooms will be fitted np for the accom which ls injurious to the system. Some of the properties zi4 NOTICE. + : :L.SJAcronvazx +
a could be brought forward of lAti/.. that .
Sarsaparilla are so they entirely '
of Lads and Misses, where they .
ot competition around us. Every attempt would be memento which thousands would wishto young
puny efor a and are lost lo the preparation. If they are not 1 188.'. _
its inestimable evaporate ,August
conclusively in the and higher ,
be instructed elementary
V garb by imitators, have framed and in the In .
Linn hung parlour. '
&1C&1he ou up preserved by a ci. 'JeIU", known only to those "
thefetate '
produces mr which. c.u1il be discomfiting to order to enable such as desire to do this to gratify flicted, and those who have of an English and classical education, experienced IB lu mannfaelcua. Moreover these vate- Having for California'IJa: n:;

any thing short of the rapj-'t brazen pretensions. their desire, Mr. A'artain, who stands Mho head medicine, are invited to make young men will be fitted for College or for Cur prindplu which fly off la vapor, or as an cxbalsv- nir business to CoLi SamusL "'.-, +
of his profession in the United States, baa been and life in the Latin and Greek classics, tion under heat, are the very ttitntial mtdital froptr- Spencer, who will, ih conjunction with:'Mr. a-.I .: '
? EW AND SPLESDln PREMICM. engaged; to engrave this elegant picture, in his virtues appropriate to in the philosophical and mathematical sci- tier of tbe root which give to It alt its value. ker, prosecute all nripniafred business to a eloM. ,' ** + ,

I. ;> "Tire FIT Piur4," a large and splendid best style, and, relying upon an extensive patron- benefits which it alone tan Any person can boil or stew the root till they get a The Militia claims in.Eiy charge wiTh be attended --. '
+ mezzotint, engraving size, making a most exquisite age, the price has been put so low that none who dark colored liquid which i 11 more from the coloring to by myself in iODlltCtion with CoL Spencer; s. +
"TRUTH IS STRANGER natter la the root than from thinr else they caa and Col.
picture for parlor orludy. is offered t any desire it need be without it. The Kngraviog is of any ; Charles E. Sherman Washington,.'
+ ;3 subscriber. This p is far superior to a large size, suitable for framing, and will be TION." VEAR will be divided into four quarter, then molasses train this, and Insipid then or call vapid II liquid"SAE3APARILLA sweeten withsour and every effort m Ale by us jointly to proseevttheih *- .

any offered elwhcre. J printed on the best quality of heavy plate about 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca- EXTRACT SYRUP.. Cut such U not the article to a successful:result I.have no authority
.' i in a superior manner, each impression paper; The attention of the reader The day will have two sessions : the first, known as IheGENUINE or to collect the .monty due on,these &, aa,t-,. 't.

FUBTHtt CHOICE. senting very all the beauties of first class proof,pre and following astonishing cure, 9 to 12 \1., and the second, from 3 to 5 P OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S have always prefcnfed o hare whatever jnonsy, .
Fer TTiret DolLtrt, iij advance, (par money in will be furnished at use of Sands' Sarsaparilla: Wednesday mornings will be appointed to SARSAPARILLA.This may be appropriate placed in the hands of a 1O-'- .

the State from which i ittu remitted.) one copy of in English composition and declamation. U that all the inert of the cal paymaster. suchja the parties interested mar ,, ,
Graham and a copy of in,; THE FOLLOWING USCSCALLT LOW PRICES: This is to certify that I have the first term, no pupil will be received, Sarsaparilla so root prepared are fint removed, everything properties capableof select, after the act'Tor.their relief. 4 .
+ LARGE A Mlf-MFlCEXT PRINT, 1 Copy, 2 51) 1 7 Copies, $12 OQ who has baen afflicted for the last at or near the beginning of the session, becoming acid or of fermentation U extracted and Aug 23-tr. ( elf1..) 4| GREGORY'YALE : : :
+ ) 3 Copies, 6 00 I 1 13 Copies, 20 00 Scrofula and all the remedies no pupil for less than one term. rejected; then every particle medical virtue is secured I! .-- :
by distinguished engraver, and which may be I in arresting the progress of the will be provided in Town at reasonable In a pure and concentrated form; and thus ills rendered Spencer & Baker
considered one of the ijihst beautiful specimens of 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS contrary, she constantly grew per month, for pupils from the country; and Incapable of losing any of Its valuable and healing ;

art e\e presented by {iliy magazine publisher.And .- So that members of congregations and others, expending between 70 and $80 and guardians, who may desire to avail properties. Prepared ia this way It Is made the most ATTORSE.TS AT LAW, ,

also, a new and beutifut engraving suitable by sending together and forming clubs,can obtain besides using other popular re of the facilities of this Institution, for powerful agent in the Jak5ontjlk, FIlL : : ,

for framing, of a .Sacrtsd. Subject) this most impressive picture at cess, till the disease had eaten education of their children and others, may be Cure of innumerable diseases. Will ,. .' -- "
Hence tbe reason why we bear commendations oa practice in'the several Conrta in the E + '
BEARING THE 8AJ1IOUR TO .THE TOMB, I Only one dollar and a half a copy!! of of her her nose, made and bad its appearance health.that. comfort no exertion and will be spared m knowledge to ensure of very side in Its fcvor by men women,and children.Wo era Circuit Florida: in the U. District$ CovV*;**
body, finally progress
prepared expressly, a very heavy cost, the bed of the of the Prin find it doing wonders In the cure of Northern District Florida; the Supreme Court.. '
and a. Surrounding dying patriarch are ges in the roof of her mouth. who may be entrusted to the care CONSUMPTION. D YSP EPSI., and LIVT.R COM- +
G'ft subscribers to Graham'sMagazine. at Tallahassee and claims Con0
to before
Premium nineteen figures, representing the following In ItlTUS'K. EW ALL, ; prosecute +
per- this dreadful situation;with PLAINT and In RHT.VXJniSM; 3CR OFUI.4
Or if dctlrtd will furnish in lieu and the DepcVtmerits of the Government '
we scns, (of of whom accurate gross at
many portraits given death staring her in the face Principal PILKS COSTirFJfKSS. all CUT-lffEOUS KROPTlOJfS. '
., of either of the above trlt u complete set of our from originals of great rarity.) case to Dr. Duosway, the agent PIJUFLESBLOCTUESJid all a&clioa Washington ;; "f "

mezzotntportralts of Kev. PEARD DICKINSON.Rev. snparilla in Newbern, North arising from J. McRocEET .'. S, ccu. '
HEBOES t bF THC LATE WAR WITH JosF.ru BIUDFORD. whom J was advised to use that ; Female Institute. JMPURTTY OF' TIlE BLOOD.It &pt. fkt ;; I .' "* >'
c: + .ERICAN .Mexico. Mrs. CHARLES WESLEY. my surprise and that of my possesses marvellous efficacy In complalats art ; ";A.t ,
: + Miss 5.'RAHVECI.EV.. her case was known, after using, IHE" Committee of Direction has adopted slag (rom Mftttittf, from '.fciduy.flAa StemoeJk. from J.McROMUT DAIEfl9 lot + .:: '
+ + For Fire Dollar,,Tvn Dojiies for one year,and Kev. THOMAS KANKI.V.Mrs. bottles she was restored to perfect the following regulations: nequal circulation determination of blood to the head I' ,. -. "S ; J '5-4:.;'
a copy of either of the Iprifit* t o each subscriber. ESTHER Axi 1 too EBP. in tho space of three weeks, and Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms palpitation of the heart cold feet and bands cold chills JACETPNT1I.LE, :.'r.1 :. : .
and hoC flashes over the body. It bas not its equal laCM "+'' 1'CoJDrIssroyElt
For Ten Dofr( Fire OJ.JM; for one year, and Miss RITCHIE, afterwards Mrs. MORTIMER.Ker. in two weeks from the time she eleven weeks each. ."<* Caw f lit t and promote easy xpeelontian o i DitEM Alabama,Georgia: .: .
a copy of uine to the Postmaster or person JAMES KOOEBO. ing it. Orthography, Reading,Writing, ana Arithme- and gentle perspiration relaxing: stricture of the lugs. South Carolina N jrth Carolina Virginia Maino ,
: farming the Club, and either of the above Master JAMES ROGERS, a child seven 'years of In witness of the truth of this f'r, per term, #4. The above, with English throat and every other part. 1 ,' :t"
Prints, or a set of I>orrait to ccch subscriber.For age, the only person now living who was then hereunto affixed my name, this and Geography, jr term, $5. The But In nothing Is Its excellence more manifestly seen Pennsylvania, Connecticut" and MiasLjeippt. '"- .

.lietnty ; ,: Copies for oyear present.Rev. 1&17. with the. higher branches of an English Mid tiowUdeeil than in all kind and uiges of Jan. 1, 1Sj. |jf *j:. ': +
,and a copy of ojiber of the Prints, or a set of JAMES CBEIG 'S.Kev. JOSEPH embracing Algebra, Geometry, Histo- I FEMALE COMPLALNTS.rks : +

the Portraits to each subscriber, and .copy of the ALEXANDER MATHER. Mouth of Neuse River natural, mental, and moral Philosophy, Bota It w wonders in cases of finer jilbm or WAiUs. j. .1lXDERSOll': 1 : +
Magazine t the Postmaster or person sending thee ROBERT C. BRACKHMIURT.Key. Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy Rhetoric, IhIli" ofUii Ht'enb ObitrMCtti.Ssppr" '.or Pe lJ.Vaac i -. .r
+ Club, with acopy-'of each of the large Print!a Joiw BROAUBENT. + : and Evidences of Christianity-per term, Irregularity of the menstrual periods, and the ATTORNEY AJ COHSSELLOB. AT LAWS .J .J f
additional Rev. THOMAS BEOADBEST. ULCER CURED OF bach quarter to bo paid to the Treasurer, like Ditra..e.; slid is as effectual In curing all- the forms o(Xii HAVING rem'ived; hb office from Columbia.'. .
pl.um. ate
+ S & ; of those forming Rev. GEORGE WnrmELD. STANDING.This advance. By i moving obstruction's and regulating the general to iJaeksonTille, Duval County ,. '
in t71n lc Publications Rev. JONATHAN: EDMONSO.V, Scholars will be under the careful.instruc systemand it gives tone and strength to the whole body respectfully iaforns his friends that has.asso-.
Cu cnnecio"l & otle JOHN HORTOX, Esq., one of the Executors of cure was effected ; of an experienced Female Teacher. Ib s cares all Birnu of. ciated with him.:;m .the practice of Law,- hia'.
J : {ff! Mr. WESLEY'S WilU there have been no has been made for instruction in La Nqrvous disease and debility, brother S. W. 4cDER30c. -

One copy tr.he' r iM and One of the Saturday Dr.loH'fVJJITEREAD, Mr. WESLET'S Physician and her health still French, Painting and Drawing and Music, and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other. The firm will be jreprewated'at'each and every'r
+ + Evernl.p0 fdr Fmur.DJr. and Biographer. -' 1848: which additional charges will be made. maladies, as ,Sfinol irrittlitj\nTti&. St TitsDese4 Term of the Circnit ult IC in the several Counties -.
One oCb'Msgzil.and Post for Medical Assistant to Dr WIHTEHEAD. first term commences on the 8th of Octo Swofninf. Kpiltftie Fits Cmntition&.C.' of the Eastern Jc-lie&il ,Circuit the County of' ,
f New York, next.: It causes the blood excites the live to healthy ae Hamilton in theilild; Circuit, the .5npremO .
Agents for the sale of this fine work of art '
Tr copies' of tbe: jMagnr.tne-and Four of the wanted in, part theUnited State ,For are Messrs. SAXDS:-Gentlemen- Applications for admission are to be'macl to. lion, nel the stomach, and gives good digestion, re- Court at Tallahaae and the U. S. Court, 5U .
every Uevesbo bowels of and allays laBamntVtion -
TVWDofttfrf. torpor eonsdpatlon. f .
+ I Committee of Direction.J. AU tfijsiiew entrusted to
Augustine. their
act to
fo further particulars, addrensGLADDING an justice you to parities the skin equalises the circulation care.
Four copies of the Mogaiinc and Two*of the>Post i & hiGGINS, Publishers facts in reference to the great .. M. DANIEL, ofthe lood. producing gentle warmth equally all over will receive prompj-atftention. : : .

for "tin Dollars.' ) J I Methodist. Book Store, No. 40 North Fourth, the cure of,an .obstinate I L>. II. D. HOLLAND., the body, and the insensible perspiration; relaxes all Adlre8S-J. PS;;! ; ; W.'IDUSO'f,.Jaeksonvi'Je -
Six copies of t M & zine. and. Nine of the Postl Street, Philadelphia.This my breast. A. Is!. REED, Itrictures and tightness removes all obstrnctions and Ditral Ctfaty, florida. "

for Tuxtt, +Uar. 1 : I was attended eighteen Committee of Direction. Invigorates the entire anrvous, system Is not this then Jacksonville, JsW. W,!SSO.. If ,_,_
Elegant Engraving will be furnished, and skilful assisted medicine pre-eminently need 'fi < J ,4 -
physician Thef
CHETottEl TO TOWNS. wholesale by I. SWART, Treasurer. you "
and retail, by the Methodist Book Establishment
: counsel of one of our most able Bof of these be avid sf8.P.Towusead'skiterAr allGrant C I mann of Private '.
can any things
The Post of/ny tow in the Union,from 200 Mulberry St., New_York and Jacksonville July 7, Ist9. .
Oc without the least Is be
surgeons, article 'Thin \oant man's liquid not to. : '
.J4UL s J.nthc State .ot"To
+ which we rel1l the rreatest number of subscribers by their Agents throughout the United Spates. : .
&al All the various methods of ODMPARED\VrrHTHE OLD ,DR'S, .
Mrs. A. M. AlAXJSr
the The of this Florida.7&TOTICEU.
"Grha1 Magazine, dung purchasers Engraving will please resorted to; for five weeks in Weavoa of one GRAND PACT that the one. U INCA r t :: .--j
yea between Ird JAnuar 18. the bear' in mind that this Plate has been engraved by was burned with caustic three this method to announce to the pnb-- of DETKRiOR *vtnD !,,( mailed Mr. Curtain expressly for this edition, and that that IIho trill her PADrE given eaehamj.vrj ,
fr oU.naaT t b for six it was daily syringed with lie keen open Buarding- NEVERSPOIiS. IN ,Claimant e4he$ said Florida Grants that *
+ to ralMcribers it the will therefore ,
; or through ,]) impressions be all of tlft first order of nitric acid, and the cavity of during the winter for the reception ol the the
.wbllf tIbeT DOESmr.IQt 1lr. and J respective Suryorsi Messrs. David L.Bur.1! -
shall be entitled to continuance and not such taken
A a* are from secondhand for accommodation of
and toe
so large that it held over an strangers ., Ot boWes enataiaing It Into fragments; the sour add Ralph W. Norris, 'A.l&nder McKay,and Arthur '
$ + Dumb subscriptions grattttmy for one year English Plata. The doctor probed the ulcer travellers generally. Grateful for the very lib 'liquid exploding, and damaging other goods! .Hnst not M.Randolph, hate been appointed by the undersigned -" .
+ expiration of whch the subscription bone, and said the disease was patronage hitherto extended to her, she.will this horrible compound be poisonous to- the lJ.tem- to *id l.ands and have beea
shall harui been paid. to the and if I did not no efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her Ifka!ft acid into 4 system already dilllUe4.rn1 cii I survey Uo
+ The Magazine will be continued', either t "1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates tom medicine lungs by an the get is commodious, and situated in a pleasant" Whet causes Dyspepsia but acid 1. Do we not all know signed to their sewral fields of operation- -and.- .art. .
+ the snbecriucrs thems lrc*, or to the agent through n foreign, to my feelings." or operation; the town.lacksonville that when food sours In our stomacLs. what tnl *bjfsiIt now ready to entej Jtheir duties. '.
whom the.orders fatal. .1 was advised to have the pifdueesT'flatulence heartburn palpitation of tho All those holding:titles' ,, or who have righUul ., +
.we may receive quantities Youth & Man hood. I Oct. l 1819.J.dCKSOfYII4E.
and to whom the pal-kage or packages may be dir -. and the bones examined; but ,heart, liver complaint diarrhoea dysentery colic, and claim to any of lands in question, or who may.
I7II A.VIGOROUSLIFE, from what had been done, and eiNTOptlon of the blood t. What ls Scrofula lines .
to both, if there should both in the 'D It : but an add have any knowledge.) lC the and corners of'
,as tbeciMe be. b OKAPremature idly getting worse, I almost HOTEL. hanuir In the body 1 What produces all the humors their respective claioxa, nre respectfully'desired to' "
.me may .1 Death. ,' and considered + which bring on Eruptions of the Skin. Scald Head Bait .
ery title
tKHXKKUN my come forward with jail such and evidences
on aSLletters to be prr-paid. Ad papers
+ White
-- ---- Rheuu. Erysipelas Swellings Fever Sores, and
+ O tsAMUKub. of *rit be in their to
PATTERSON CO. all iterations Internal and locality; may power
Seeing various testimonials + a. + external t. It Is nothing under .
Febta. 1 Cbosnnt St., Philadelphia. ON SELF PRESERVATION.Only afeaven. but an acid substance which sours and thus produce. This w the more'especially desirable
+ cure by the use of SANDS' as in this on".the of-'
33 Cent spoil: all the fluids of the body more or less. What promptness particular, part :
Similar to iny own, I concluded Subscribers canMs Rheumatism but a sour or add fluid which la claimants will grvaUy facilitate the operstiousofthe
r GpLrs LAVVS. BQOK FOR 1850. This 'Book,just published, is filled with useful ties,several of which were used, the Hotel having taken a lease ofWOOD sinuate* Itself between the Joint and elsewhere IrritaUngJand I surveyors in exeeation of their work;'and"

.. on the Infirmities .and diseases deep-seated character of my d/ soticit formerly occupied"l\lr.extended Inflaming the delicate tissue upon which UMt the better enable;we Government to :"bring tho.
Companion bettrten Godty and the other of the Generative Organs. It addresses itself very decided change. a continuation or the *| So of nervous disease, of Impurity of the blooj, surveys in questioa lo a speedy and satiafactory
alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGK. ly probable cure for my case, I which has hitherto been bestowed upon of Aranred circulations and nearly all.tho "all.... termination.' Ljjj j -I
Montfiliei. + ; [
FhilaMphia well known establishment.- order the beta which afflict human nature; +
+ + To all who apprehend or-suffer under the dire disease was entirely cured. It is .
+ of to merit.It, they have enlarged and K i w I*It act horrible to make aad sell and 1ItftaiUV The districts StgnM. the surveyors for the
ISO tk S LtUyfi Bmk 916 months since the '
which indiscretions "
early or prolonged
cure was
gave consequences '
pages present will be assfofi wsi .CommeDe a'
F the KWA to use thl* .
repaired and "
+ \ It 1)6 more thin one' and 148 more than the to all who feel the -exhawsti\'e effects of sedentary the slightest appearance of a to building the adopted many im SOURING, .}FERMENTING ACID COM.C centre point, at Kflolat*. on the St.Joha's;'aadrtextending
He and baneful habits to- all who in addition the \ promote health'and. comfort of +
other PhiWkfclph5ainontily.; gave 281 en to pronounce myself J'ELL and the survjijfs 'north and south,,on-botsu
icb Were declining physical the victims or by SANDS SARSAPARILLA guests. The old .friends of .the house win POUND" OFS TOWNSEND, '
+ 'grarrags,anong w; twenty colored and energy.are nervous fected iadlet he would fain have It sides of the riTer, Uthe claims may bo designated
1.1 ninety-three fnlLpa (9-which is 136 more- than and mental debility and of moping and melancholy medicine of.any lend during the' underthe deem it an advantage of that the.table'will 'owasend's Or*****i.1Il8cnqcrill&ll understood that Old aa Dr3acob 1MHi -- I Mr:I30Ea will snrtr the grants in that -po'rtioa

one and 180 nor* tfcan the other. + decpondency. Dr K. would say- ,. it, nor have taken any since. whose superintendence an.experienced ITATION of his Inferior preparation!: + of the country lyizimmedi&teIy west.of tho f 'St.
by aid flatter
+ f
they themselves
J + Godtj't iMdy't nook fyr 1830 shall surpass that READ THIS BOOK. Please excuse this long U'no .be rivalled they tvan forbid that we should deal In an article" which John's, from PicoUw to the mouth, and north t*
+ u1 4 of 1849, and.exceed *U inagnzmes, past, present, The valuable advice and ment, which I think it my duty enabled by the any Hotel. in.the South won d bear the most distant resemblance to 8.P.Town the north line of thefState.- Mr. NORRIS, ''intho
impressive warning: It now ;by constant steam commu ten ft articttt and which should '
i-. and to come. I valuable farsaparilla cured mo, bring down upon the district conunencingat Plcolata, on the east bank +
+ ; + gives, will prevent years of'misery and suffering, of divine Providence .when with Savannah- and Charleston; to-have Old such mountain load complaints and erimiaationf
\ L.: Terms-Cash tn aJt'flnu-posIJige paid and save annually Thousands of laves. and I feel under advantage of the fine'markets of those cities. from Agents who have sold.. .*od purchasers who of the St.John's,,M&extending down said stream t*

tAoNrrIcINT bD iirENeIvE: .RE3Ut'3lS., Parental reading it'will learn how to. prevent lean' myself I lasting addition, they bring to the business an experi h& used-...P. .TO ,a"D4'1 FEKHKNTIXG COM between the' rivet!and ocean, .and north to +tho
say'many things cannot State line. M K.eYth r1on
Mr. the
the destruction of their children, of many year, which will enable them to roOND.. ,. ; < < district borderin
Subscriber to a 1 bor tingle Subscribers, &7* A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed In a let- most respectfully invite ladies better.the means of attending the wants .: Vto wish It understood because It Is the ttottUt trttA,' the west side of St. John's,"south-of Pioo4
been. to call upon me. anil I will IhaPS. P.Town.nd'. inlet,Md Old Dr.Jacob laIn and Mr. in the
: .tnoy of the truth
stated above .
,. of TITutD fc'TJKlONiSlreets. Barsapitrllleare4MvM-irf! - -+ + : One copy one year three dollars, with any two ner between things in reference to the case. Ul'pOscs 6f health or pleasure : tiiijaiijr: that they are.unlike In every particular ,
ii(1( and running south-won* Picolala.
+ of the following vp>ndid premium plates: "Death Spruce & Pine, PHILADELPHIA, ensure a NANCY J. The INCREASING reputation which the climate having not one single thing la common.: + ,- -
_ Hed'ot&heBev. Joa Wesley' "Wesley PreachS book. under envelope, per return of m. Florida possesses in the estimation of the Med- 'Ache 8. F.Towasand Is no doctor and aeverwa Is no It is requested tht all information;] the:poolr

+ + :+ fng.hs. tho' Gweni I Amphfteatre;" America FIFTEEN, YEARS. 21 8 : Faculty;for 'the ,,cure_of.consumption'and lUCno pharmaceuOst kaows nonMra of medicine session or power of&*Claimants; bo directly uom +
'. diseases has induced' ordthej leaae than any other common uuclentflc.vnprofes- muuicated to the peetive surveyors, thooett r>
ii ? GUided' by 'Wisdcir" A'Gen" Taylor and Old StNDs'' CELEBRATED & pulmonary vast in
of extensive and uninterrupted practice"spent in slonal mattwhat the- to enable them to dnno
fwanUt can haft and establish the location
"L1kenJ t of. travel to- this State the fall public that trao -
of the Revs John during and
Ii WhiteTf Wesley; Dr. eellent which is '
this'cit.1.have rendered K.:the most expert eompound_ an receiving a. genuine scientific.medicine eon and boundaries cf the said grants
months of thOse who seek
H oofl111 CoJitbwr, the Her. John Fletcher? and successful practitioner far, and near, 'in the versal interest throughout the ; r the'relief: .r. all the virtues of tha articles used la preparlaf; B A.
: PUTNA31 Surcer Gat 1SArcvsiOdo65l8
!. the last two; tho gh separate engravings, 'we. treatment of all diseases .of a private nature its way successfully the by a milder 'atmosphere;; and ia view of lag lch are Inupabla of changes which might IQ ; ,
.count 'a1 only one preniiom. J' Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the body throat and the people around us. .We the; subscribers: ha.'determined that' tha"OENTSof Disease Instead of health.. 5

+ + Two copies for:five dolbin,and any. two'of, the or legs pains in the head ,or bones,. mercurialtheumatisin and again of the efficacy of this : exertions to merit the patronage,wwo\1lhaU Dpi what else should expected from.. who know* .Oct4i-6ui +
+ .. ove"prints to each subscriber.I ., strictures gravel; disease, arising cine-but;not until recently ] bestowed upon,-them' "shall be without' regard. .to Botuac comparatively .medicine or disease'ill' roquis -S +- -+ +
Five for ten dollars and extra or expense.. ; *_ ; a person of some eiperteaeo to cook and serve n' DRGS UEMICALS&th' +
I copies an copy from youthful excesses or impurities of the" blood,, positive proof which could ] e eve* a eommoa decent meal Dow much
the .and anv two ofUie above. engravings to whereby the constitution has;become:enfeebled,, fairly of It. .But from facts in : ? 'BUFFJNGmTk::. ; italts II that chi persons who. clure moii medlclae) irapor
+ .!D sending(he.Club. are all treated with success. are now well convinced that, 1 4 tvu tiOct61849-1itf, } designed" ; "% "

E oopiet; (for'twcnty nollars, and an:extra He who places himself under the are of Df.'K, tion, it. U the SAFEST, ( CoThe Richmond Republican'wfll WXAK.STOU4.CES AIm XHmKtVCD:tTTnOUshonldknow +coc-wrYtxKcuuT$: k Jt

+ + copy of the.Book, ahd any; three of the above engraving .- may religiously confide,inbis honor as'::a'gentleman compound ever offered to the 1 abOve lInt1t forbid "' 7' r please' Copy wall thainedical properties of plants the i'iit. K.i & BRC'iiQ1re' ,
!,to the jiejTwn Bending the Club. ,anil confidently rely upon LI?skill as a physician. of all chronic'diseases, : + ,. :]+. _.- :,. 3'ST.4UGUSTIk ..t hiannerof seeurlaf and concentrating their haatlat X: N.
+ .1. fnUysoUdtftKerfioqilo.theIrJEreab.stock of
+ Any sending 'ilr : virtues also an extensive knowledge'die
t person It-e'doDa..ln..clnnce. .- i. and:impurities the blood A various dlsasas -
+ + + .abRi1ptior1"toI'1f.'ilaI14 f851 will be entitled. to 0Persona at a distance may address::Dr. .K many. other complaints.- MAGNOLIA\nQoc.... + which atftet the human- system',tad how to. adaptrimBdiestoths.sediseases English French Chen1tPamte,;Gernan( andArleanDrup" ,
+ any four of the abp t' ecgravingt. and.bo ; It has so long been- remarked' ., MeSicmes, D7e-zMnns] ,
by letter: (post-paid,) cured at home. ._ : to. ; : : It is*ta arrest frauds-. 'the nnfortaBala Glassware' Perfuwtery Paten*Mtheinesc&ev
.'PACKAGES of JdEDIClNE8D1gEc... one of 'nostrnma and ., ..' pott pour +
+ .5 -M4re.an4moJItiliera1offers. '- .. f balm Into woaaded humanity to.kladl*hope In the daspairlac Having opened a Wsw Store No'2W Market sfj
TJONSriwJ;forwarded by lending a remittance hardly dare recommend a nnHIS. U-bQ1I'De8 b i ent hag i bosom to restore health and bloom and vigor with iT + For tventy'douatff n'adTu O.ten copies of the' and put up secure,from from DAMAUE.QR CU.IUa61T. the Medical Selehee, lest we ;._ :JL. !late undergone thorough into thcrashed and broken,'and M banish Infirmity that resndtflUt solicit dealers+
repairs;And oines country to,
-1 Lady'sPook wilt be the abovo taagnUiotn, prints sent to each subscri *Doobel1er., News' AgenUTedla,.,CanvIseers instance wo-1ie\W not ,to : i ','-.. .+. Y \ *I ""compariy. ,*- FOUND the oppottuatty% aad means to brlnf his ". II prowIsiD..Ofl0 aml& our andflwbomaveei.:; purchasinr.cBspotodt hwwhertj* .

+ + bersddafleztr'OdJ7OLbSLady'aBookandengTsTInJ an 114'all others supplied with',thabore. '.which'"we"have.made above-_. ', ,, en 'earned ,reputation which,thia House I .Grand.UiiiTerfalt Concentrated extendtt Ut tbeixrqnsge,toJUthegej5
*' '
+ +
to the >etstn s4rtdlng the Club.. They work:at.y ry low r144L.f ( acquiredilt Jsthi intention'of the : venwy + rjrugt and Medieinca oiias Bberal terma
." present + the a* any I
la au Meil left whkh they please. '. ?:+ -' + pro. .wltHn revh.and to tho +
can ; kuowfedfeofaSl seed
; A, :' to sustain. ,v; / --?- who other booseMa th**%and-to&i h Qy.oxorat
'I. Tor thirty.4<41 ,;we will end tea copies ofthe \ t 'J4CK.- 05V1LLB: ACADKUT.hrUlE : .' ,: ': 11.61 4 ; EverjfVacooramodalioii wlU'/be'
.;;!.*? & of the,above.eII-. eECONPHT RM :of':.this 'InsUtutionUL ; ,The iollb WIpgjj'aQ i extract I ;JnvaJJds t velle"; and others,1 will-find Transcendent(Power to Heal -+' 'i' -.* ? )il>A t.. -tt' '

+ .'. tI<.tiiJb received from *house desirable It is.sHmcted facing the south .' ( :; "fif- eoftte roprjBffei";bebig's-regii1azhysI..
+ &{'ifcJy'i Book twenty-fire .wiQ commence'- next; ; :'Mr&iBeraiv -
September .PiIDe1pilOftr i) fN ssA : y :
., dark.plauu173 feetioisg With rc thy clan;;afford n rt
r.f- (4' it *._ afflicted seicral! / court $ ;
8d. ; with ,
.111 Each quarter-12 .weeks--at origin*! rates i yjars .
&oPt&nprote; te41roM nortne st of all artibfi
: : W te4:' t i prlDU; -Theey" .When payment i* t>iadttricilyin.aitvance, I Dysp peia'&A'and windl.rhe 'r tS ebiFERtiA. EZinS: : .quality- '
.. re ellgiblr uatedilarleL..nd AV'e- respectfulyhyKeIr*ggtrt-aad
W airy/the 'I" ,; .wa eoantrySJlr. -
H '.' 'of cootaiai many portrait*# Misses wiU received fora'period of 11"week,i the throat. and'ehe t;. Scf hturee. &0;,being new. .W House,built ; : ,AUg."" u'r.'f:," nS at 8OnV:11' r. whGcml, jitaLthesom*Agetiw
+ 'W44cydItIIhlA faj the .AiphItbeatre"co&L lo each rml.tthe following rate*;; "
r5 : ,is lathed andplsstered&e.t'Jn> p eei.eT' qB Medicines '*
+ word ) raieda ,
: a it y
S >. t.at f of figvrei; and',cost *ne thousand :Rsdwg VritThg. ,.stribozticr*n4 Drthogr& ., -' Jfry35.g l : texpesslyftrth6ptfpbtei| t '.' :Vr% 'f' << B fstandard and popukiJiemeilles.J Tanrard thatrJ'
- + ,;. five bundtba-donaN to engrave H. ,"AmftlcaG phy. + -: -,..+ .- + ++ +'4.' +-: 140 XMessrs.-AB*.t DU; + + id*< fcy Wndo*?i k .tin largo Uaee gray- r The shove, wit Googwphy and Histom-ft: 00 uaing'yonr *ttrjaparUa-.mT." ] > :roprietr, MrIDavls surel those, p Washington &>.proaeouto prompUy ++ ;
+ and cogtpne thousand Hundred dollars 7h.IO" with jtlUh.GVammar ,and,Natural aHcJilnisaJg insVtbelJi.md State* for +
lug property
r mott put expression; my throat tbosouso t.ha her exertion., AiRy _
+. to engravo '.'Geual 'ta)1OrandOJd White," Science- included; >. v....& -;=. ,., '. 6 00 ulcerated,1 Ead,&4readfttl eough, =IJIJr. ', : .yry u 1., ,"s wifl,"I.b e Jc.i lost orjfurp5hed-4n.:.tho/SenxinoIi' Wftf, and for emssn. :, -+ ,. 'LJ -- +- + -
; '-si. :li.K: SE WALEr t MmWo' "PdD & & : -
U one of the largest of tbo Pnera1-Ta.rlor prints ; PoiPa.Lh' frequently weeks together that : ; TUE IGrvJoe '
and U! &&Ted-troi':&A DrlgiDal pa.iaU.",'at'. r Aug.O-t. .:, .; + 'r' above a'* fhup r; aid eIiIlCltt. : :: >. .:[t to I'fJ" O,'t.:' r1819.,10'PROPRJET9R'J ..A4drtl8"JAME8.w.B. ANT.

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