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: April 4, 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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i iyif, Mr. iun'a' ihis meant? Were they to conclude- that the; I :liettc* :.from 'SenatorMorton.: down., -Th Tirgmia'pieambie ind ;:4c4 :
si. Speech.}: 1Mr. exclusionof :the {South from ;the Territory lf- t declare,, that resolutions cr11 ucbTrne2s rdt or the Piqfrsaor-WebsttrtI( MaL -,.- ,.
the-tendencyxof the defence
acquired.from, Mexiqo' i fan. object of.suchparamoum. 4, WAuitIctr9* CITY,March- JO 185Q._ Northern States .is ourrightsand' the' preservation ,,: :- 4- p
Calhoun commences t>y! wtkirig what to "destrojrthatmutual OfoUTselv f '
importance, that ; thos ,,we bold'ear, as ine The Baltimore Sun eontainf a ieiegraphicuf[ ,
4 aibe done' to save the Unin"' ) ;TJl! was nesaryVfirsV'to consistency ;and the >Constitution-right must justice all, To his Excellenc THOMAS BROWK, forbearance and nas'sustained"and ,fraternal affection,. ..which higbestwMdom' ;all, may, whether through account of..the 'opening-'of tfte ,trial-ofDr.'t -
?find1' the'"ojUe1 &f danger; yieldthereto ?, There.was but dne-war by ,. and; finally io dissolve- our''confe&eracy' a bpnthem contention' or otherwise'suggest_ Webs-terfl Boston-,- for -tha' jam; ten P!iPr.SjThe ;: .
could be The ; the Union itself and devise." '
before ij fndy tabpltra. SIR ; ; :/ Parkman
which.the Union could be .saved and that : Your remarkable communication anxious i":
.that we are if
danger arose, first'from'the discontent in'all wag ihe fiill and final Wtlement the 22d ultimo possible,to avert the A'm'l'not authorized frthtk "unanimous vicinity of the courthowj< erbwdfTed .
by i ras
,, ; ,m printed form, and through evils, which threaten '
the Southern.StatesJ fchlch cprhpehced with upon : ;and Relieve the, vote which this
resolution from
the principles,of justice ,of all jhe the public wasuidopted irioo4brancbes an early hour, ccjatinuedjso..,
questions printshasbeen received and read effectual
most means
of the slavery! and has doing are' to be
the '
agitation at with the'-IegislaturV without, 'of throughout the but .
zssu hetweentthe,1two.sections.;" The surprise'and'wth; such feelings as it found in the cordiarUnion of > .apoultf'Rpmber I
'continued ever, since. The] nesU question South asked for was'well calculated the'whole course any reference tp "party1'names'or/ bem able to gain.admittanceN 4 .
simple:justice, less than that to'awaken:' You have South for the maintenance of .i vuiv
has caused the 4squeU It requited Constitution political divisions", in, The
waskwhat hat both
prisoner Dr.
she italicized saying;:; WebstertofVrdught '
pugh* not to take She has portionsjof the letter of the' Sena and the '
? no.corapro. t preservatioir the'Union, if it Whigs and ?
conviction tBe
of Democrats
'from the ,; on part mise to offer but the Constitution tors and .Jt presektativ'efrqipJorida'without ; in FlorIda' rq i'n canflict -' into the, court house at prec eM0p'cIoekA f
the Southern States, thai they cp 14 not lire make no surrender concession. By could satis- noting it.wasbour act, and not'Iheiri- can if it cannot.be preserved' ; a d'for'thejj. preservation with your opinion 1 Tou say, .if >rj He.vas more composed than hS has been lori .
'That/regarding the these
the Union under the state of convention resolutions itwas ineiidCd
in existing toendarse sometme; thou'ghhi.
fying the.South she cbnld Whatever bate been countejfenca ibors,. *
remain may intention-the .jfci
honorably your to be held Nashville this -
with safety to their hnor and inter- on the Southern Convention scheme 'and'that sombre .and '
things, .melancholy |
and in the Union eflectof has aprtcaanc V bat
u. He.proceeded next --shew, hystalistics .safely ,.rand bf; restoring your letter been to inflict pain first Monday June next, as intended to the executive should 'take part'in securing a in'other respects he -
e was mucHjiissmuaU
that the eqmljhrjua of tkg| different tranquilitycould be done 1 Yes easily; upon Southern men-wh6'are"TBtrug irnR for enable the .people'' ol. the South"to' take representation; it is unfortunate that the 'after
; leg- & the
not the Southern mt11t WM ftoik the
weaker rights
by forit and.the of the counsel
party could .notp"r6tccttjtselbutbythe integrity together the -
; as to best and most effectual
...ta of the Uiuo of the increase of the'pfpulationin stronger. The -and the Union, whilst it has given means of"resisting the aggressions of this end," &c.. \ -' the bench, acompai seatoa-T -
North had onlytodo justice, by; conceding "aid and comfort" to their adversaries:' The the North, of enforcing a their $ LJusticea *.
the North. This state of a&arrs places drift compliance on. F30tn'3} clanse; although yob do not exy'so '4. -
to the South a participation'.in. the Territories your letter-is to"mingle the slavery partjwith: their constitutional the inference :
: the control of the Government exclusively obligations,and ? is inevitableMhat think floor of the 't
the hands of the North, making them a I by doing. her duty in causing.the arrest North question with party politics, to embolden the thereb .bf preserving the union of the'States, or wish to convey the idea, 'that the:legislature -: open to ;lhe public, uocqne'bajmir.-1 : .
: large"'njajority "of the populations, which and delivery of fugitive slaves, ly ceasing andunnerve.tne.South..' ., Were you a nowr.in: imminent peril, by reason "Fthe did.not intend, "facndo'f*? iHts Souttem but thewitnmembeoL3hba( ,. aad-
the agitation of the slavery question, and by private individual; your communication course' pursued by'the' I ,
would he, lareely increase by die net non-sJaveholdirig ConTention echerne.? ItlsV little strange jurors.Spectator
providing an amendment of the might fall still-born and Charmless but being
In addition lhis Constitution, ; States, and their representatives in that to the small galleryfcwhichwai
census. to ; the newly such the Congress a gentlemen of ybur.'ihtelligence--HtMie' gpon 'dense-!
executive head *
as would to the of !
restore South a
.Acquired territory would also ad4 speed-* to herself the power State, avehokling in the ceaseless aviation (and thatMoo, in who'uls!! the executive chair of Florida" can .crowded. The gentlemen of tbte bafyrereis4 -
fly *i least' five fleW States to the North, protect the which she possessed before and merits your, position .gives it an importance;': the most unfriendly spirit) of questions involving -"comprehend" what '"all"tvho run may present_ in full'force.being adiiytteid by ;tick !- '

while.DO additional Territories' were progressing equilibrium between the sections a response. I shall give it upon the peace, the institutions,,'and the read.?' "None'so blind as those*who-'Svill ets., To prevent a. crowd.tbj .feherifT, haljitakenthe '
in the South. 'He next proceeded was destroyed byrthe action of the Govern # ray inmvidual responsibility. In the first I very existence of'the Southern States, and not bee none so deaf as those who will -not I precadtion'to barncad*|the )rru\ ,

to show that the,action of the Gentjral Government ment.1esif Would her the -North agree t
? has been such as togi! re''control top love Jot the; union was half so expresses the opinion of neither of the great above set forth, the General ;Assembly doth scheme!" Why'what is' the:'language doors.* 7- ,.. 'If"83r ',
a sectional majority by which the ScstL sreas her 7roessipns. At all events*, the parties of Florida and if the time should recommend to the good people of this-Com I of the resolution above recited The legislature Some time was consumed it* cUing the" -
responsibility of saving the Union rested ever come when either party of the South monwealth to send Delegates thereto.'a declares in jurors, witnesses &c i
has- een deprived of its &%:$ JR thi Territories on ( i so many words, their wil At.10 iinitesbcfoje. '
.. Thei;first i act baring Bach Hect the North and notupon: the South The can, upon this vital question, be made to The above sets forth, ..as I understand it, I II lingness'"to join Virginia, the Carolinas, 1o o'cock! Attorney.General| 1C1iftbr4; ,,,' '
the ordinance,of'87 the iheVMissouri was South could not save it by any act of hers, affiliate with the North, they will become as he objects of the Nashville Convention I and other Southern States;,whether through mqved the Court to empanel ajryJathe

Comprqciise and the, last next the, which and the North might save it without sacri impotent and as harmless as were the lories irese oethe Union if it can preserved' and a. Southern convention or' otherwise,1? in ceMr.. Clifford, for the Stale,101 be as--;. 1 4
The south excluded from aca tiy fice., If this question was not. settled now of the Revolution. Whatever" construction lb preserve the SoutK- ii'cannot'be. This adopting 'such measures" .for the '-defence sisted by.Gebrge H., Bernie, ..W eqfandtb& .","

result of all were which Oigon, the there was no telling when would be. If you may place upon a single sentence, yet may serve to explain to you what you can of every thing sacred and dear to them, "as Hon, PfinyMerrick and, E l3 bme .:
South,from three-fourths has been of tie.to; .exHude the you, said Mr. Calhoun, cannot agree to settle taken in connexion with the succeeding one, not "comprehend," in the expression of "an the highesl wisdom of all may suggest ,and peared for the'defence,. f"t' '."ap.v'--t7 1- i
territory ac- these questions on the principle of justice I utterly disclaim'the intention of reflecting -organized resistance promptly developed.To ."- devise." If this is not endorsing a Southern The jury .was- finally,emplifeI-after, .

3; her qiireOy one-fourth the Federal The-Governme4 nbrttv Jiaci giving also and duty, say so, and let the Slates,we represent upon the President of the United States; and be still more plain, that you may "cora- Convention scheme," whatwould,: < amount, ourteenpfiremptory challeng! of whom' : i '
only. agree to separate, and'part in peace. fairly construed it does not-it is in these >rehtnd" if the measures which are deprccaed to it.r Yea,more'the legislature was willing were set aside. ,Robert Byrn j foreman} '
- unsettled the equilibrium.betweciii the twosectionby : If you are unwilling we should part in words: \Ve are satisfied that no effectual should be. consummated, the Nashville "to join Virginia, the Carolinas,,,and other The court refused to Vxcnse eii amTn H.vi ,
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adopting a .systtm of revenue peace, then tell ua so, and \ve shall know 'or enduring'check'upon this aggressive and Convention will, I presume, suggest such Southern-.,States,?,, not coldly indifferently Green, because he held a decid ownjon *
and disbursement which has imposed unequal what to do when you reduce the question to 'injurious tendency in the action of the Fed- Deans and measures as may be advisable reluctantly,'abut with "hearti and .w'u/."- verse to capital punishment,;b adas;., '
burdens upon the. Southjto the advantage submission resistance. 'If you remain silent 'eral Government can or will be applied by for the South to adopt to preserve her liberty Would it have been any stretch of executive would prevent him from finding a..verdict acJ-, :

of the North. The action of'Congress, you will compel us to' infer what you 'any of the departments which administer its and independence.'Call this "revolutionary," power for you,,'wfien,. Virginia and other corJing to law, l: jj" .." ""*;" \
in the next place had resulted in'a con ccii- intend. In that case, California will become 'powers., We advance this proposition, with- if youehoose, and "make the most of it." Southern States were moving in favor of"a The casg, was then opened '""fe'te jury.il

tratbaof power in the Federal Government the test question. Ii you admit her, under "out reference the dispositions of those Vhy should not "the people of the South Southern Convention? to .have advised the be Attorney General, who coMneIhimselc .
to the manifest disturbing and violation of all the difficulties that oppose her admission, 'who now, or may hereafter, administer the take counsel together?" In a common danger people.oi Florida .to redeem, the pledge *pf to two propoaitiohs in. his i in4tnieiit-&stj. *** .
State Bights. The result of all these series Government,' but as resulting from the in- there should be free conference their hat Dr. Parkman wasmu'r'i redH7secoadC '
you compel us to infer that you intend to a -"in a legislature, so as to elicit "the highest | '
of measures and the course of policy) was exclude ns from tne whole of the acquired herent. character of our .political system, multitude of counsel there is wisdom." You wisdom of all!" If,you had approved.these that Dr.Yebster cpmmitted tI'e' ,d&d, upon, I

I to give the North an asceudencyiin every Territories, with the intention bf destroying which must iu all its departments eventually say there are restless spirits among us, who resolutions; if your "heart and soul" had felt :which'he dweUait'preat lengtK, ebntenthaC in .' w i j

department of the Government. fjHe:! then irretrievably the equilibrium between the 'band to the influence of, the- dominant. sec--- have calculated, the value of:'the.Union, and the perpetrated and contemplated outrages 'humerous'circumstancej ": : c;' mof
proceeded to consider the views and feelings two sections. We would be mad not to 'tion." would perhaps sell it fora mess of pottage." upon Southern rights, peace, and hapiness proved irrecbncileaole'with! thi sttroostioa,., .
of.the people of the North, relative to theI I perceive, in that case, that your real objects I, as you well know, voted for and sustained This' is language which,' if not expected, > would you, not -have suggested Dr. Webster'fi innocence '. jf I '- ;".r"\ j
institution of slavery, which, the $oulh felt are power and aggrandizement, and we General Taylor in the last Presidential might yet come from the North in den uncia- he propriety of some plan by which .these On .motion of. tbet>rbsecuin ;|attorney: -'

to be necessary to her social organization, would be infatuated not to act accordingly.In canvass with all my humble abilities.I .- ion of the South; but how is it to be regarded esolutions! could be carried into effect! all but the!, .medical...nitnesse Jhferi retireii4froi1he ',
and which, he said, was looked upon with conclusion; he repeated that he had all now believe he would.veto, both the Wil- from the lips of a Southern man, Were the session of our JegisTature"annual cpu Ypornf Xhd preprlitd; ns 'werej -
greater or less hostility by the while North, along endeavored to repel these aggressions mot proviso and the abolition of slavery in 'dressed up in a little brief authority 1"- instead of biennial, the letter addressed to made for entering immediately E "details'""

all th 'piople of which felt bound,; at least, of the North, by arresting the agitation, with the District Columbia, and the docks, arsenals Will not his "sober, second thought'? pronounce you would never have been written. ..* of the trial.. ; } t '- "a .d ,
to discountenance it, while they of!&e South the intention of saving the Union if possible, &c.; yet, it is too manifest, that this 'it a slander upon the aggrieved, in- The counsel in'the last paragraph'bfyoVfcommunication : The'irst*Svithess called to ,
felt themselves impelled to defeui it. He and if not to save the-section where his lot question has become sectional ; that Northern suited,patriotic South tT"Sell"it for a mess to "the 'members; .in, both' Charles M 'Kingly, who. te4e4 thatii '' '

- reviewed the course of the slavery agitation had been cast! Having done his duty, let sentiment, has .so embodied itself that of pottage !" In a crisis like this,' when the of Halls of Congress,"' as,to the performance harr'knovn Dr' Partman'
by the North, commencing with thVlfirst battle what would come, be would be free from all there is every reason to believe, with an ascendancy South is struggling against the North-the their duties, which will enable'thea to'retufno 1836, and haaVacfedjas. his)

upon the Right of Petition, ZR& coming responsibility.The ; so 'soon to be obtained in both minority against the majority-jhe tweak their ."constituents, with..a clear.cbnsci-, up'to he, time,,bewas mir.'i-ue th.1J '.
down to the present day,, for the purpose of Houses of Congress, and also in the Electoral against the strong-struggling for coo&ttnional > euce'rcllI receivelfrbm me all that'con8ide"r;.', proceeded,Jo detail hia'eflbrta'whareabotts :

showing that encroachments upon, this point erection of a cotton factory in St. College, there willbe"no, effectual or enduring covenanted rights-rights! acknow.- ation and respect toCwhtch is entiCed.from bff Pr.Parkma1eaWv

bad been continual, gradual; audj always Augustine is spoken of. In answer to inquiries check upon this aggressive and injurious edged d gi r&ntied In the Contitatic'n;yet he high source from." vizcKit, springs./1 ai4 b11IZZCiI 1III '
successful, until imminent dangle? to the tendency but '/' departmVnta mii t trampled. in' the-dust-rights'' 'oE common aoe'an "to"jeturh wjth fal-.clear conscience;", tbtbe Medicat College,, wher'b va eeea't' ,
?: Union itself had now arisen. Hej.contendedtba pertaining, to the subject,. LEWIS. C. eventually din the influence the dominant thn"to Le and 7- however 'may*-tj -dinervitn"-*-1, ;,,ypafrl i" -;**anicipate *-j to enlcr by tb14st'person. .lllm' -" '

| the'first organized movement by- the GAINES, Esq.- writes the following: ""* section,*', unless the North becomes satisfied valued by.the Executive of my State ast/-a .no difference with the people ,bf alivel Witness them gave a dejait<$ accqurit1; ,'

Abolitionists, bad continually increased in LIEUT. REAEDON : Dear Sir-In answer :it is the determination of the South to mess of pottage," fills me with mortification; "loridaas to the means by.which the,honor, of the searches thai vere'sub4qtlynade" 4 -

onmbersj' importunities and demands, until to your inquiry of me, if Marion County resist, '!at every hazard and to the last ex-, 'and I should blush for Florida, if the, sentiment liberty, and welfare,-of our, beloved ;State' at the MedicalCoL'ege-, .re3utftigrnially.) jn';" '
,1 their work has reached a point which has could be relied on for 500 or '1000 bales of treraity." Whenever the North becomes found an echo from 'any part"ofher has and will.be defended. I arn not willing' indmg the'mutilated remains oj a, ftan, suprosed -", -. -

demanded immediate and earnestlefibrts for Upland Cotton, provided a market should be satisfied of this, there will be found conservatism wide limits. "There are restless.-'Bpmts.. to return and tell them, we.have.becft "drivn to,be those of >Dr.-,.Parkm 'underneath -'. .

its arrest. What then, could.be done to ar offered at St. Augustine, by the erection there enough among its people, not to hazard among us!',', Where are they/.Look, to to the lasttrenchanti ,beat down -by ther bbm3r'piscupied..lylrv| ; ";
;- : ted,,its progress, and what could save the of factory for the manufactory of coarse their peace, tranquility and interest, however the legislatures of the Southern States- brute force;'',thatjt'all the' barrier4 and de- ster, similar'- "Lto' 'the "accpants'filrejidy'' pnbof *.?'
J4 Union t Disunion would not bet5ected;; by cotton goods, 'would say that there is no regardless they may be of ours. whom do they'iepresent ? Count the leave'sf fences of the Constitution beaten .down, lisbed. -. .. 1 :,' "' "
single biow 4t was the work of pine.-for region in the limits of the United States You would lull the South by the assurance the forest, or the sands on the sea-shore,' and the South deprived of her equal rights. fuiui.i \j, ,cuinf f* uiuiuc-iM-unr Ut; '

:;1 the cord* which bind the Unioijlwere too proper better suited to the growth of Upland that "more than fifty years ago, abolition and you will number the "restless spirits." I 'am not willing, to.do this, for the ,poor ,Parkmari, slated t tbathe was pieeenr af|th'er / i **
numerous to be snapped all at once; One of Cotton than, this portion of1 East Florida. I petitions were presented to and debated in 'heycalculate the value of the Union," consolation that I may say to them that examination pf the remains foJnd tinder the1;,,
theaoycOrd3Wh1Ch had bound-'the Union planted for many years in the cane break Congress;" whilst in the same sentence you as our fathers formed it, above all price.- 'those who brought about ,this.! state" of i allege; andhetjeved that the'oc. fci bf;balrt' F'

together was the Religious Cord, itoe sympathy country'of Alabama, the garden spot of that admit "that thirty years ago, we witnessed They formed it "to establish justice, insure lings[ have incurred the guilt anil shame, found there w ithat of his }relative .He" C : ",
i between the associations of virious relitions great cotton State. The plant! has two a'ii' agitation brought about by this identical domestic' tranquility provide for the common and upon their heads will rest the 'curse, j; would notbqever* have beeB abre'tciei ,-", d
:denominations of both.ectois.. The months longer to grow here than there; it Wilmot proviso question, in a more offensive efence, promote the general welfare, and tfo, sir; no. I trust I have nobler, aspirations cognize the boJy,'as that(.ot wr.; F rknian' ,?,:"'. "

first of the cords which snapped {was that of grows as kindly; fruits quite as'abundantly,' shape, which convulsed this 'Governmant secure the blessings of ,liberty to. ourselves and higher purposes. ,'I wish; to be the lad he not previously" .known'himto?| have' 5l.
.Methodist. Episcopal Chutch i;iThe next, therefore must yield more. ** to its centre." Was that agitation and our posterity.'' But when its objects bearer of no such doleful, tidings. No; let been missing: .- ,( .{, Jj.: i ,

r lhedivision of the Baptists into iwo oppo There is a 'great amount of cotton lands brought about by Southern or Northern men? are forgotten and disregarded,and the >outh me tell,them that the breaches ,in tIe, Con The,court adjourned 'at 4 o tbeo'i'the / '7 '

r sing sectional parties. The Presbyterian in Marion county. The Upland is likely to Are we to understand that, in your opinion, I s to be dwarf, and humbled, 'and dishonored stitution have been repaired;that the Southern exaraination'.qfMr. Shaw gad jeenfirC-"r.- )
Cord'bad not altogether given wayaltliough| supersede the Sea Island cotton, and lam a resistance to unconstitutional legislation : ,'anA enslaved, in the name of the Contitution rightsandState. equality have at last she J,.until 9 ofcl6ck'torUiorro rnioRnJng.-; "*
.ome of iU strings were broken-the Kpiscopalians pr/sna-led will soon become the general crop is uilpable agitation on the part of those determined they will, value it as, they should, teen respectedj at least *inaction by,the,free The Sun of the 21 anJ.22J,; oa !n3' Jwc* ','

only,of the four great jdenojiinations, of the country. Whether it will find its way vindicate their rights ? as worse than a worthless thing. States, and this in spite 'of fanatical agita- days, further proceedings in' ipis finportent.,.', -" '
remained firm and unbroken.; [A a result to St.. Augustine after being raised'must You say "from the time the slave question You'ask, ''when the Southern Convention tots au3 selfish demagogues' at the North, case, which is mainly occupied! wlti| the tesTh&excitement ,' '

of tbl>agitation, Mr.'Calbpun makes no reerehct' pend in a great measure on the prices to be first made its appearance in the North, when I meets, who can tell whatits, members may and colJfriends, at the South. 'otherwise tilnoliT going to identify.thc rtnaI4s iQuii1, '
: / whaterer to -the Catholics.] The obtained there in comparison with the Savannah it was 'little cloud like'a man's hand,' until -! not attempt to accomplish, not thought of by the.curse"' vill' be upon the .Nortbj nd- in the CoL'ge as hos3 of'Dr.Ia1cman.: .-
; next great cord which had snapped jwas that market. ,the present time, when it became a black I hose who sent them there?"- If they attempt still more concentrated upon the::; .bouth-because The SuIt5 c rr spoident'und'e' 4ZI 'IOf ,

of Political party: orgauizatbn. .Ayhich had But Were J allowed to advise the citizens cloud of thick darkness impending over this that not thought of by their constituents she had'not the'spirit'to*," preserve her 0thiast1iys '

liel4.,together until recently, when i ijt bad of St. Anguftine, I would'say, by all! means Union, and casting a deep gloom over the and condemned by them, their acts will reedbm a'taspr ii1eihrongh'of.,., i 4
been' severed by .the increased agitation.Again'rfcow .- embark in] that enterprise! It must tend prospects of the future, it has been one con be repudiated; There will be no final,' definite la conclusion, sirI, will fniitate an ex-5 outhecityto-tlaytiiobtaia ,Jofcriaatio ,:: -
could the' Union begayed 1 It more to build up the place than one tinual conflict of words between* the abolitionists decisive actions Itnvill be,- as.'it is ample of yours,.ink sending this in' printedLrm the progresa'bf tha trial of Dr.estern&.

could only be' adopting such aneasures as thiiig'except making it the terminus any of a and agitators of the North and the only intended to be, a grand council of, advisement and through the.publicprinta. of the character pf' the t stimo4y'fliOduced sd' L j

wiU wli6fy.tbe Southern.$tate4 lthat they Peninsular Railroad, which ''I' have- been politicians'of the-South.. Time has broughtforth and report to their constituents, ,to I: am, with high respect rounded has been rumors'have iiense and.ofconrsO been, nkiUo. "

canremainijn. the Union withIsifety, and informed impracticable from the want of a no j wisdom-experience has brought >approved or rejected, as they may 'deem Your fellow-citizen ', -
honor to 'themselves. 'It' coald nq(!be saved good harbor. Let them engage in it'with no knowl dg The ..northern .politician, wise! You say "these are times of excite ,. JACKSON.MORTON.: Therush beturwitnessed fqadmittan in the city 1 *ot .m r'1 '
) the Union foor by to in conflict and remarkable s for,wisdonvhjrthanxoney.ia
Wlogising appealing spirit, and let every one'encourage the work gaining confidence this wordy assumes ment, men tenVof those -
the7'memory of Washington;. neither was whether from a desire,to see the place flour amore'threateningStone'[ ;' and 'the and discretion, are rarely,,if;vever,'con* & ST. LODIS, Ma'rch.21,. themselves pblairioT .ah nief$1 jljrcsefltedj theu .'
there" thing in the life and of in promotingschemesof agitation. AntimnnCns&Union"meOti been held "* "_ if '
any example ish and become a blessing to surrounding southern politician, to keep even pace, must spicuous -. ghas court whicqyrr U 1 ug ViA- Ffej tf
that distinguished man which" could deter the country, or as ,a'measure ofsouthenn'. eel become more' violent i if his manner of resistance .'* [ \ 'i,! in:j' this cityy' ITherewere'probably'' 8,000 the daytoBuflbcatsoa hpnsai .
0 South "from .seceding. On the |conlrary, defence; the result; will bct1qsame-jrot ", must threaten still louder; until, in This language.would better suit the ''meri >ersons present. HenryS.-.Grier'was ap- number pfjiboutjone.hundred 1t* twenly",

there wail much encourage them to ecesiooVas to. all. --* this war of words, we (shall come to swear as dian of Bufllo- than that' of Floridai.-The jointed presidentOn'taking' hrs'seat ,he .the Suprenteit Court, rciu-nr.-... .. .

remedy foroppressibh aadf"depriva- With. great respect1, tarn, sir,,. terribly as uncle Toby* says the, army did in 'Southern men are agitators, in your opinion sxplatneil briefly buteloqiiently the'"objectof not occupy admitted nntilthey' are flfettiipon''t6'| .'
lion ofibeirlrights. Mr. Clay's pli n, or the 'Your obedient servant, Flanders. And'still I t believe that this glorious agitators without -cause, I-suppose. Our the meeting; ; \ .' testify, so thatone shall not kio'j.yhat teioiony -- -
pUO; proposed.by',the.aAmimistratp, :could LEWIS: C. GAINES. Union.will- 0rmly, and safely'. :weather fathers j in: '75 were"agitators, and King A set of resolutions were passed embody the olhV has given'u .

hot *f e the Union, The latter wai nothing -t this storm," 4 Georee's governors thought they agitated ng the. ..i folio i. _11 wing_ Jm sentiments.-. .!**** i."7.Z_' r'11. _. .''*\_r1st. Dr.1 Francis I'arkmanr brother..to'ed; .
but a modification ol the WiImopProviso )9Xr..Cb: of Florida. without Those"were f times' pt,excitement '[flat 'tne.oouin'nasguou cauoc- o&coinlaint'ngahist '
; In this do yoglnot seek-to ridicule the defenders cause. ; is in attendance, and much 'seemMfl ieV ,-
anf tifl' objectionable than tlat meas We find in the'editorial correspondence of .of Southern rights, in your 'own ," and the, King, and, parliament, the North, fore not aiding is the bones foundiathe'c,,

\Iis\rarjr; object was ,to dejtrive the the Columbia (S. C.Telegraph from Wash,! State, in Congress and in the nation 1 Truly and royal 'governors, thought the Congress iii the'capture bf fugitive slaves. This cpn: tuced. '- ; -
South of iu rigblful panitipatifta in the the mayitbe, said that,, in hight quarters, "time, of the colonies was "conspicuous m promoting Ptitiitionat"provision* "should--r-be strictly: enforced. ._ The t ti'rnony'o1Dr.Dr. .- ;: iflfiS <
Territories. Looking the CoxtitionaIqasXonie1ontendedthat ton, following complimentary- notice of has 'brought 'no wisdom, experience noknowledge4" schemes of agitation and no, doubt-m ., } : Parkuian's Physicran, and'Dr,, edrilcci" > '
; the the able representative from Florida:-&p.; You" tbe'little cloud "remarkable.for; wisdom! 2d.'T1iatthe Wilmot provIso :is mexper .
Ip we'r of admit, ,? their.opinion, not '" f-.T1t Linsworth; Demonstrator of Aqat1ff thea .
legislation for 'the 'Territories i is Veeted exdu Republ'i: like a man's.hand, has become, a black cloud honesty;and discretipnnNo; sir, the excitement di L :i I1 Medical College, which"was giedn tht '

velf in Conrress. In this Vie w, the -"In strong contrast with- this'dethonstra of. ;thick.darkh"e8S: impending over the in the'South is not without;nor beyond 3d'Thafconflic"tingIinlere! f U *ti :-V tss'shpuld.haT-,-' 'if lay of'the trial, was Tnerys-j|'. -
action 01 the people of California, in]forming tion from.ope* Southern .man,, stands' the Union,*' 'and, still."you charactense ita amere" the cause; they have'drank deep froin"tbCwells i onize. : : : he identify thtbody.of Dr aTwnaniu ,.. ,
a Gq ernment. for themselves ba4, of between thelabolU of'our' revolutionary* historyjth 4thatte asveconveonn the.cowtfpa : thrrd ,
) usurped speech of,Mr.'Cabell bf Florida,a gentleman "conflict words aldto.existing On the opening- jrat > .
thejwwerpf Congress: Their cnaduct in pf high promise'and,character, whose ,politicalfortunes tioniste'and agitators bf .the North; 'and the have inherited liberty and they;*mean>to alt other i3imitar'as8emblages"caa' : wily' day the'crowd in and around tcrt-bou.' :

this respect revolutionary and rebellious 'are attached'to the same party; politicianafbfjthe'South." You believe, "this- preserve it, or perish in the' struggle. ;They diffiultits. lbi. was more dense than ..ever -IieeUe tIA z,, .
in its cbaracler. lie expressed hiatfull conviction but who Will not cffce. the inkre ls'and gloriou9 Union will firfaly and safely weather have "whd inj honesty, and discretionand) ;wi1l 5th-Th' nq serious .Theiflioii'o1StaecvaS jarrived lad evidently increased'in all pat4trlb6: -
thal.-the !people, of CaUfoxni* had honor of his sec'tio'u'to'such coheideraiions. the Rtorm."!* I lutpeeb'?r in''Bpite'bf' !the'abo- the libels of Northern or'Souttitrn mtn wara s. cityAn -ca ;er- multitade"i s'4. *- *

beune5cbL, in; their ationtbyj persons His speech; which'you will find in the Globe, litionisls'bf' North'and' 'th'eir;affiliated fall harmless at their,feet, or only tell be nSf remembered twhatmanner.of formed in should a spirit beihtoked pf compromise iu'setHng -, ance, seeking;admittagce t" %.*',"! "*&& ",
*SJ?*S1 *' H1 ieuggeops' and-i*uihorily ,is'a most able;'eloqdenlj and atriotc expo- friends at the South To the ,South'{wh atev'erpiay to be scorned.' 'Can you ake and the'aune spirit ,, doors*of !the>court hWee.iU1 > "/
wOuld an difficulties.
of tbe Executive. He 'also'proceeded wit cition of the rtcjiseOfcompiainton{ the blS'thef case" with'*om&) "tinie'has oppression ; present' I the fora-lmittanicelwas tryerfubAr j -
*Wrt to showilhat the iiction of Califofnia part ole South,ka"ndi,:a demandfforr their brought wjsdorriand experience knowledge.'' "agitatorr :! 8houldJ>e glad,fry the people : The meeting* aaeloqneit1y..addrcsc&w' I At 9 o'clock, Dr. S'ebsterThI13brOUghJ.t

*ad the Executive propositio*; for her redress',- urged "with .e ual 'earnestness and That>'wtsdomw and "experience",have taught bfFlbrida .understand-'youf position- Messrs. ,BateiV* *' Ariel,)',Wyght' Thomas- from the Levefettstreet Ia4 iIv siitjriage: ,>lftjSrTirori
2AE flto,tie Union, was'm Jfij-ect vio-. power. His clear and concise'statement bf her this truth/upon her stout heart and..Iflrmneryee,4he' WouId"the'pag6"Of'-WilmofjProvisOj and" othew '- .S / : 'to"the court house.' He. i iiutdiateIyq, .,.-'
JataQfl pfaiJ: l the past action, of mgress-j the actual position'of affair*;-'of wrongs and has to rely,for her'>dc1ence,an the'aboltiO& of''el v'eiyin the' Districts Much trouble exists ber&imong tobfc hW'seat' in tb*doikVan'removed. ; t 'uswtet -
to.thesBientoni.an4r.annBentop -
what; dbwould .the'Sepate fo Columbia! ,* in the fo'rts,' d6ck-yardsrand crate, ja'nferecce ;;
their remedies and security., .. ... "
must/produce -
a/strong dejiedid npofi their action. sentsaid' the prbb-ibitibn-of .thestraftsport. jmuoicipal j andin'crossing- room;' hss utsn i e-'n') -
1VI4 adt abiding impression-on,the pubicnnrndnd! But you areopposedi to a Southerh Cpnvention ; '
'S wereaboutequydivide
ted Calif ore t$ iotaj the Union :-tb* would convince his constituents {bat tbey,have depujed ; if'Hlsbpuld be ,Jntehdeditp do more, atic oflavetber1t'W0ld( o8''* r' alt;'roalka; arties .. z... seemed calm"and'cbmposeoYtqteut ixiitexJi '. ;

onetidn all the jbad done;s Werenators ,iheTr authority into .capable]and hpnesthands than th 'States already,ha'ye done .by resolutions :thero'theni wofild, the'abolfrtton 'I :'Gm TATtOR: 4KB THBUWOS.Trespondent3 as tp'canse general -

!pId, | 1QO5t4UiOup admittiog ber ",tbe : Tbere s no,jant; .no.froth1rn6; ." If more is intended; you ppnslderj vou"anMafe tiitor1"tW'the"no't'Stat, by-i Congress bf"'the Baltimore -SuD1 writing Taily nodded to such.of his fr4rtds tflit$sav' .
fiewpttheir; oai|* to upr? fustian In his manly and argument tive'ap. a. revolutionary body."This1s gratuitous of.itavery') *n m* "Would*dily oval! aualntances asv he' retontd
port ft 1' He defied that tbereWwH*n/ such I eifo, ';the understanding ji,and, IU ileliveruas The5 SouthemStatesvljate; .ttaro't ugti4br make ifin"agit tor ,, you aa aSOntheriI'ma0 frgMsiHe'sfafei t.me besligbtlysmiletL' lidwbatjspogressng :
Sim M Californk-it 'nbXgaLeIs.' worthy.of .its i'ubjeci-matter, characterized Legislatures,- frequently ahd'earnestl pro. of caI dlateqb' vaIe- oftheTJidnt" around'hir4 '
teaee,'acdxottld not harewithouttne; eancConi as.it"wafcbyta chatejied, fvor ndInest :tested and remonstrated against1 the'aasaulto to a'gentieman'pf- thisclty; who okecpoure aitd'

Tbeyccdd ptIj eipqpeocc. ,. .. of the Northern'States Upofr'\th\ r institution t- had arrjved-frdnilbr'SouilJjtthat. jwhfleKQ estlban-.. is evincei bTniaiw.oTipecvi.c'" '
iaiioii when Congr ha4 fca thw iJMK Cabell/js quite'q' Tjjtpf Ttelii'! *''have been t retarn4O 001 just jo. 11r
young pian, .slavery.-: IaSenator-, was ** M >n -'>nvre3etvcteniOTnt '
leee: co to do,. How could ten1eiuen.ontbc natured judgempnt"jand.refined; laste/jvell onheedel, pr; ifnobaiebeenreCeiTedai & i u c.nesTht&3 ofthUcorimunieation' hiIf the tip e'sh oldJCmb The:countenance pf the ,

Whig aide pft Fthambeiher Defeat- educated, inuirrgeni, ahd"gifted 'wjtb a.dj .unfriendly.and .hpstile ipiriU ,Thev m I prMwdrthV opiwon that; in'out thetbegmnuig letter txpfes*. 'when,the:Uni6n"ca| rtot>ttaiBtaine4nadehasfi6w5 with. tothephsionomiirong'amal0a .
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tSill& ) ,J ct&p ,tWQtoUk"ie grqun4 itt is enturrng but Jittle io pre&t that bou4 'black cioud/o"f- thick darkness impending Mntlments4 MftAeri forthe hiih-and-.the *""

> pf IgLs1atQP, he coatinn e Jongjn,> publuVlcpn'nctis.a orer this Union>", ThI ,ypasftdmit.; 'Whajnbre partiesofFlorida* "Nw"ogurstat proof+4.passed the'gmato"Womit pressed lipsfbvtray gnat ,
3* faro artmad and admit a'Siatlupdirilie prominent place-jwilljt'be assuniedby; A'naturaVvthaivithat tbose) wbP ae,exspn Ainng heilutio8 : >ha ? htftnpmmatidn nessocharathrifObJ: ;, ;i0 : .
gf5dih&t! he'haC'lwfeifih rn$ ypong;: tjepresentatire\ Flor a'f. or'f* psqdio.b hnpeudIng : torn3ybO hear its th' legislaiueOf datiIStBeotaBB T, !tas -pffiee'iros'5rtfe7fit!to be lnade- angular ratherJow mid pruaqy '
haU ttPW popamirpol1tic4dkYLs1oa8i b
'- :Judbten cool a hea4)aod'weUhaia4ce&jntetjecsuatsiped 1849 is Uiii-n 'Resolyed standing belGwibe'midl1e' b ,. ,, -

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gTOted, oa.te iot u stou, .the,way'to.high'pp 'tjoriy'V ? :, ,; volving' in'theiri ;aO&1Ii1 conof :' '', ;
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.' ,I Holmes and other respectablf witnesses testU his hmitfdVe&ei Mt. '% **' 85farcb wou1dnotwarrantiAI dee$4 PS.T* !
( r III ICC witiMi* j*0 J w M **!( that a just cause short J endangered% t*
fied on $e third day $!j was loth/tbtecej aufltiIFac ln .renfeat; si;*>rL 'Tii-irWt than jr| ,
quite je : yeIead tnnTejnore gtiyig ie bf unhenIfr ; -,-
l uIcka14is'anJ
iSmtewrpu assumption v'Dais"
The cgrresponent f tht lin, says: for the refrc5h'menti'far.1ishd.h'' $lRue5tsiSofton : benat; - --t. : : r'ic1'4 which bajust ehcbe& u ha 1t 1al para'r a

: The Ustirnpnjr6ft>rs, Kdjp and Wymtn Journal. ,*li B' ._.*_! v.V"." -S pe; lP4l&eaJnl8iy B-1 '' "T1""Jtnproemente' .- --.. .evntt1i- '. jitc r- ble power, position to admit Conjn new,Statei'j$ The the'ezpmv admission -.
was exciting and has earned the conviction Ii8 > parbotojyrtomarks '
$ ; of California underha; is .
I : wer pn-nIy
c that the body found; 4jU'. that' cf Dr. PromVaibIngtos. will, as he "representH,' be .lafcenMrpm the of the enterprise and prosperity bf our Florida; Delegation;: in. Congress>r us8s and solely aqaestiof iressiona1 dia. ; :, -
'arinan. The Washington ..correspondent of the diluvial soil and frbnf the>:anriferp 4 quartz little.Community. We called attention some follows : eretion,'and_would prec 4 tieitber a ust nor '- --
.t riopmJajCoort Baltimore Sunuadex latej of ..25th .iiu>t. mtaifl$1jajr5tba fiftCen..thousandf3reIgneremost time'since tLwl.soulL rew'io4.ba.. orre*. .
can hardly be 't1t's Issued.l "" mat;there"aw"anthenlio"Inlimsti-ws -
4 imagined. are oftbni from Chiiare now ponacneo
.. says: ssrsJTnN &::9ODT1 'lat ? to the flelega.tiofr1fAnd&aUktY 1csistarkj.dt
*f* !> ;i ctM. : business ; b ummcr, thai the Goyernot conijnuinicatet I
1 : engaged In jgoH bunv'nR itli yen tho.: ; 4on ( hia'idea the ub* & dt1h.i Jht16M.
1 to be Jhereil> >*me"a9 to' | ces of. public T -day, in the Senae-Julge''Ibtt: s, sand'Americans, thekbanic of the met, in' the vest en&c4the of the Southern (Convention, before upon .the! tall present the A-:
chairman "the" cdmntt eon territories, ; : .5FO1 _. jcct nor granted, nor feer.
nniusements. OccaVtpnatlj movement town This ..Millfi was made tpon him, with the view that aa Issue
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of theIw4ifds kw is with the unanimous .assent of the committee betwten himself and the Delegation cannot
4he4 me-
so pf opinion '
: : : pressibleihaJLthe ppycear Personal brought in two bills' in1 substance DA BEt'UIiI1oN.: >een "in saccwK&lJ aiTd?. might not be forced before the people, to conflict was not bused'oporf-;& jUi1gM9dt'/ijj ,
tj pme. wilh what .I ;stated, under witb.orf csxbatnus thciij.individnajjfcctl''*" ,. **. gaaft | : -
agreeing nearly a
I collisions! arc alsdroccWrtagf row and : -I- ---i-.r-.4.: : .. ._;:-; --- ( : 5S5F* *6i -
: notwithstanding, thercall was made. mfcinTy j that 4til1i1 iroote local -
i then. of. fortnight agptto be the plan' of Compromise"likelv I b rThiirj'4.&pti4:18Of B<)ct.TEnyturning Ontv\ve b J vej1 it3/1"'r| >'t6*correcTJtn'e ettmcotain.bfStainY / & \fMclyfmarked iWSirf
to succeed .during this seMioti Judge > We'think'it p'rbpe arty ;
feretl for transfer of ticketi $| ; IumIerpirda'j
admission ire '
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biswholeun.4ivided ---f- i- ; --- teen and fourteen thousand feet, of j **t. v9B-thc'hdi4 nd disgrzied lUMctioa of the
.. JiPublicojniubtl -; Do&gI haiventhe.s bJect ?
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iiumerdp;;; i is dk4ed1 t. J. : nttentionlan'd th two blu3Vepo>1ed fFbn -MivJrpttfe.ciibV& rnr .? 'AiIdwarfi''pifr head con- not communicate t&tf the Delegati&n-;freely 1 lf i L n lit* -
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the gu'iltoriri'nocence bf D ilWebs'ten' 'Thtfxonflicting today'with! triflifig/.amieridmenti .will, trips.uriq'hestlonablyVpass'the T1 at" fhis'pr&fnct yester pectinV the;;MiLIcflrith thd4annelof the and frankly hisldeai ipo'&the'subjeci: <6f the M(4( peopqpT0
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ConVerftidn. -Neither'flbetthdSri-
oifjical Senate, and'in'my .fo General- / Dviioiiof sjas tbjfacililale theiadiag'of"vessels Southern ; CcoriaA,1hU.exer
-of ,
-- testimony of witnesses'is day, .MaJoj Uie,2d fiver; fiad receive*oT'sten w2houtre1re3cr
humble"bpittjontsalsp.the Houss'pf RepesenTativaa' -< signed ever aftjrtomimunica'tibrt dittie4on
1 lobkin* fiJKJU' as'a'favbrMje pmch' -6f' acquittal ., : *, |.[. FlorkIa1ilihia qsnpp'yiitue'vacancy hasimore recenty.beenradded..l: -. .f & from'Wm uport"tbe iubjecrjirior

; There-fare J J'. htindred- of- twites t\W-\ i the 'Ibe rst'qf :.. Dou1as's-- bls.provMes- ''created'J by1 Ta the- resignation- Gen; JsssiAiva Messr&'lAi3pp>''Moo"Ey &;Cohave*[
crowd, as.eagerlygeekiifeftadmiBsiph; 'among into for,the adraissipn California with her 'p'reseBtlimits 5J ; ;,:isi.1u4: iiolotvg: 1 ; nearWcoinpfet d a, e ,: SiwMill-' 'th- anjr reasonto ei' P0Qterest
Court as iheinen. v'.V' : ; Jt.js clearthat thj?"North' cannot .61 : tBrown's/jCreek- -"easj- -,;bf/Jackson- elicftor justify frora"thft, GdYernbr of: ii-t 4g 1) ';;
fight on ihal-Hl,1oni-ther'vejiy| < principle :- ; fate sb'ttnhappydnd lintimely'n1 bldw aslie' ; fW xjhe i-
the FDc.T
At bore'
adjournment DflnJWebstet about the
vile! which'will '
,- goiinto'operation ha : -tf pkper'tetrik&.itth the Yf
of non-interferencfr'/with th ..i1)) olf tbepe& >Sthmighr action proposed bfcjttert. !
-, more Sejected rippear ; his has yet ex- ( '", ', 1 .. We'ido"* ; recise' > -
if "kuow-'ils *
He litllfin' ple! ,,which.is"embpded! iti ihe"1 second bill. < ;; < first of 51 ay; riot c us -ofthSohth fttaes.- .
hibitcdn talks hut the Veperceie4halrzdig1the consideration '
around bin And his attention persons which provides for j.creating' t wo 'territorial capacity, bul(believe it$ >pwe j Is abbut equal ,, It may be'as! well to'notice"another/'errbr ::1P ,;n .i1Iii9. ii

fixsd upbnf the; witndssses seems to 3e h1 .'; .- .) gpYernme froibe residue"ofttie,|erritpry of- the-Defkiency.bill!, In: .the- House jplJRepresehfaiitest to 'tIt of4lhe'Millilaipvea'udedi) ;; ,to, 'Mr,, of fact m thesaf'me'! '' 'fedjtoriaT* 'Ypd ,reark//'! LamveytfpeqIii4ly, 1LWrd

acquirtftorn Ie,4i ., The.territ5- ..., on thc2'5tri. ; the. 'aniend'nent in fefereace"to"7a! 'Dassaie''oftbe.ilette'rof| .--3-
The trial, it' is" blievej3Till; last until. V -- 4appr6ria4q20.O',0OOinstea-- .-- -_ ALSOP is "verv favorably known to the com- -
iu ry of KfaA'an4the''fe'rntpry'Df; ) New llexici; o$4OOOO Itlie Delegation'upon" whtch fybttare'coto? -- J
: Tuesday or Wednesday T ti which hills'aire"in"Ihe usual form of.'.territo- for the rhumtyof"East Florida as iheblesnpirii m'enting:1 tw3 l "" 1u -" '. '' To .
Seminole /rum
$ Indians
L rial bills wiLhou.kanyprovsopn the" rfi.movaj.of e tendant for manV'years of 'the Panama Milljj .Tbore vi'iy startling titZik U4V .
I subject ., 13 nothing so
: Dsi D. Ksa* ,,
> s: NA ttAK FJbiiJai'was '
in ; t\t
coricuited ;sfi -
bya vote on yeas 'H-v the whole _
the writer should'caye .
of slavery t\Vj\ .. Ji' : pnrgraphlaLtcbiocourL" -., -- ; i-r-
I am"3r0en'tist; ;a"hd.wa.. Mcqualnted with and asjpne Hof par niost.enterprising- ::; -
and aSrmativiarid ,3- -- ,?
The e'rhfbria1.bin( a1eoixroylclest.ypi< : hayol TW'iiV'thj 75jn -, ttcoxisI-iJdI; lo
| jtte ; ; --
Dr. George Pakmafttherei'tas( shown me | cnants.'AIr. ; MooMBT.wa; ? ;for a Jong time tW&a'ree"wJth" vokFin"bbnibri.butJ! besr
sometime since a' block of toiaeral teeth; r recognized sefl1.it.? P-: iby gati\e4yhVbill: Va3 finaljy'pjissed, Engineer thC same'estab ishment ', to Inforni yoiithat'iWiaragraph1-aor :The Ify upon
leave 3W
C them lobe the tetth made5 by me cuniary'cbnsiaeratipli; TTh'a'vsum is -left, inMink7ihsUs"unJerstobi3 under the.pperatioiVof.tthe previous,. / "'ftVJ5.H* 1JB->' iic& rwaitalicised theyritdC'the ; -
YT1: there i1 willie filled ,with The Tanaprfa Mill Continues,. its.heavy.op-., iit 1 theJett bf JJJ/r. t/i7oT rTiae? ollwn
for in1816; w a gatn up tion-yeas-14Onays44. -. j \f. i-\' 'y 'amosinifspe'cWis.pf
s liarity : i I?! Ps' awaud t e&fliar $JO,0)0,000'p$15'OOpjOOO( .-J' .' / ./,! l:>* -j.1 IIEINO1N. e rations, and.we. learn that.a new ,f tore'hasbeen k& 'hiCrint r-yd- iut ippMr'for'i'eiMnation e otism'andt'*-'"-- -i- &
trutnTe of it left anrnrptscin omfaa.: Tht'report of Mr.- Douglas ws, asT. ave erected in the vicinity Mr.GIICHHSTJfptr --, -- :- '
*$ i r TTJ j *j-j-- --. orithk: %! ork4tiiig .Iostpj t'yl4thtilt.

when great hurry I made for tha thenrj teeth he forjpr.titd P.that he was He "was in a just all.the said, made members with of. thej,the.unanirnou's jcbmrniltee,as&entof with An*adjourned meeting wa sTheldin Tallah'asie'e1 the cbhyenience'pi1 the- Mill'! ami pebbleof Mt: Cabel undertake'to.' .beuialcsknffroth; t th3 ihinir1 city-.,'.' ." They for ipt5'iIOng!< e41tOUI1rialvbich'eihibIts

going tbpcak-atthe opdiiof; the Medical this exceptionbhly, hat in jegard tp'bne' or oii"the 28lh'af; which' resolutions, the.neighbbrhopd.t position being on .\re- do'nbt-; speak'for- -;a So stpifrlaijd?fadicrouilhfinastptioh .

College; I went to work in[the usual manner -' two.unimportant points, in regard to which were"jepprted'fibm a committee ;appointed a'brpad and-; navigable ..tributary to fheJiSU.fohh'si' --- ;; Yoar ob't. ervlt(.,: 1 ''Q19.tf f PPH7-;-;-; 4t1 15; f0' Ot

to take an impression Vjf each jaw; this each members'of member is permitted toi offer' aiendrn nt. by'the previous meeting, on: the subject of these iznpr&venentsmay. form; the .- .1 : f> : D. L.YULEE, !ted "The Importance: oOaTHaa to iipself tfeaa atay,

r und was done by putting with soft pieces*' ax f into metal the mouth it, two themselves, under the.instruction com outtee from, w Consider their .res Slavery and the Southern Convention. Tile nncleus.'of ia .new'cbinmumty-we'( hope;to : .. -'JACKSON-MORTON.' that it.well deserrea,* !"L-- tincoaikiorated
pressing a
.p.. until it becomes chilled; thui i 5a then upon taken pective Legislatures, inayusl .leave to avail resolutions reported and/adopted are in most expand ultimately Jutp.a flourishing town.- '."I..ToeEitoIof4heRepublican., >u .. Hi i ... iJ'.. 4,, in The wxt. "leilHioa'of thatahtbxr'ff. h
themselves of that privilege.. tone the fourth dec1arng it "expedient for time baen in formed 't- I'tt'jf..\-- ."< --f' vatfc
l II' put and a liquid blaster is carefully poured cbnciliatpry We have .Rome, : :f FRACIS S.-BiBTow.'lhe Whig='Alternatesslectea worksas-aflording'aTif. ?jrpropriate. ; epmmenimitaWe.Batie .- :-
t.I into the'mould thus made, alid theiorm corresponds Another correspondent says- *y. *' that Florida should be represented in that it is the intention of the M ssr. HoL'aiEdto the ist:. District'bf to' -T) 4 -------3 J- ,-t -I-- 1s '- .. -
by 'jGebrg'ia
exactly vrith the jaw on which the Some members of Congrc-ss"hbway that the Convention that has been proposed to be i re 6nstru t"thirMfll' .upbri'the '"beautiful _
$' mould is made. Here the plaster castbf Dr. they will adiruTCalifornia, and 'pass Bother held'at if'wa attend ib Nashvil1e;,Conventkn, addresses :; 4 i-, 4(:. iFi-fin isia
Na'ihviUe1 bii the first Monday'ini she which |last f summer. cbuT.I
Parktnan's jaw; was exhibited and explained measures with which it maybe connected, i f upon 'tle following>loquent letter to the Editors of 5'The"great !kaowledgeV tfiat
by Dr.'Keep;' here were "apparent fac similes in a month from this lime. They\vould be June next::. The second resolution has evt--; umed n'.L the Savannah"Republican '- questions of pauitep iiatoit WhiLf

pf four natural and tlirce stumps bf safer to say three< months; We have'one dently '* in'its eye" the late ultimatum of Besides these large improvements,-we have : SATJSSA March 1850.GiwiiIlavi the greatest diversities H opinion'irdifferentmitrnesprevaiIedupon.4aiahy'of
H ,
teeth t fiThere'Jsa sign of progress in_ legislation on'these sub Mr. CALIIOPN for an amendment of the Con 'others more local"5 and rniriorj.JrV tber_ shape :. : **j: : > ; wIncht1trstr

great resemblance between the jects, and that is in the 'fepp'rV of bills- by stitution.: Itsays such 'an 1 attempt at the of "new stores, dwellings, and'impfovemeo'jjs : g ..beeiij absenifrornthe waves and storms oLpbIi.passion ao piece of jaw found in the Wnace'of the la- Mr. Douglas," from the committee'oh Territories -' city.-dnrinX.MuJ la.3 .yreeic, I diH.riot -with releo\4ba Violence foryeanv -* :-
borary and tbe mould taker*, by' me of Dr. totprovide territorial governments Tot present juncture would result in political in stores. Capt. THOMAS LEDWITH,.has khow'untiljiiy.'retiiriii'.of .my rpminatipnibjr the coursetol'.thisl joaaa ] wasaaldmatelytvp

t Ps jaw in 1846. I baa 'just time to finish Utah and New Mexico, and also to reduce chao's)1.) The following committee.was appointed erected1 a commodious three-story bfck a meting citizens bf this county, r jis sustained-by> the cariprjljjasiifies n& idisay,gsr

the Blocks of teeth before the ceremonies: I and fix'the limits of Texas,"with her consent to attend the'MiddleFlorida Convention -> house on the south side of Bay, riear'the' ah alfe'tnate delegate toj the Nashvillef! Con- ing that history will Vindicate.the adepenif Rtdant

ground'off' the lower edge of them near the This project, together with the 'California on the 1st of May : Col. Robert bf Ocean street. The..l lower story is vehtibnVto represeht.ihe'Whrgparty) 'of jibe :.journal is t and Ultimately?'-indeamifj'* -
gum in order to make the i jaws fit better; bill, and the fugitive slave act and some act corner 1st Cbngressional District I desire to express -him, as it has ourselve*!for/'whatever..sacria'
/ ( this operation destroyed thC color made lo for regulating the introduction of slaves into yVi-tliairisjGbTr Wm. D. Moseley, Dr. C. to -be: occupied as a Fancy Store by .our my grateful thanks tq citizens whorave'tendered flees his-coarse may.s yect him toA ?j.Iw ; uu

G. English E. Broome, Col. friend Wsi. -DEWECS the second this hoppr.ahdjtor sayJtbat ,T j i-l>_$* _L*_? i ..fAT i _*
imitate the gum. I was .Kc w'Yo/k at the this District, will put at :reet the present (Judge-Jaoies young -, rue. ,- % 'tiiStthatthi ,
A. time bf Dr. Pis. disappearance and received a agitation, '* John J. Maxwell,-Bryant Croom, Robert S. story as a Hall of the Sons of Temperance, regret rriy 'mability to cPnpJyj,,..vith.their 1 ith uUirnevs
that his artificial teeth bad wishes"should the cp'iVtingency anse 'whijcE'would "' ->' -fc-i ;< ; .'
letter stating been v "jJii
found in-tbe furnac of Pjt ot.> W's laboratory. Comtpondence of the Baltimore Sun.WAsniHGTOjf Hayward, lion W., IL Brockenbrough'R.A..Shine7add and the third by the News Printing Offics. impose upon nie the duty,of attending ba nearer to ttrufi, and bave>eiJhibited

1 soon afterwards returned; to. BostonJ.and: March 24; 1850. FlavusA.!
the Jecth were brought t4 !rrje, and I at, once Mr. Calhoun, I'learn,- machietter to ert Gamble "was chairman of the' meeting, improved the vicinity of the Court-House by The'necessary business of,my profession, contented himself wiiU] laWlBg-forithe: Pd41

.; recognized them as the teeth which I had day, and has commenced dictating' another and R. B, Hilton secretary. the erection of a neat Law Office and private and'demands upon ,my time of an' imperative the credit of havuini i lwUf Se CTa *
made for Dr. P''ani will ""which I had taken ,-,-_: -_- naturewould render a viut'tp 'Xaahvill'e.tat.the -. "
milch t! speech. MH. CALIIOU.V'S 11KAI eo pains. : Mr. Dayton's' speech in the Seriate, pri -
Late from store (which'is superintended by MrvG. H. inconvenient and 'embarae-, pf the day, instead-bffwmpg'- earibqfort'EaHy .
e Here the voice of Dr. Keep was frequently Friday)last, 'is',justly considered as anew accounts Washington have informed -- very '
? interrupted by* Bpb and'he'.wis finalJy obligfd and powerful proof of :the good.!feeling us that Mr. C&x.xipui\vas lying sodangeroujily SMITH) on' .the corner of; Bay and Ocean tug., SbpulJ iny fellow citize'ns' this 0 strict 'horsii by reprasentiJgi'jthat'the PAit'Ad*' W

.. 4 tp'Wait some time,- jintil his emotions which perraJea both Houses bf Cph.gress'inregatd ill that bis life*was despaired of. streets}; / upon any ocasion'pfdep'; interest'welfare adconcernVtquching'their..rTghtd c-zust.iiietzq: ; : iu Gvife me i&' ''f'meaning

would[Here allow"the! ;City hlra to bills jroccil! ru ; for fire- and it the Union.to a compromise' and the yreservationof i"1 The latest information,however, is of a more RjK'; PhILIP' FR'ASER, has erected 'a Law donor me.jWith their: confidence, and or cair.rn'yhumble ; ,be-that-' this 4i :ingursn&i} and inffuj \fential
,4 beirlg announced .tljat trie.,Trcmont House ., :Mr. Foote, as soon asMrBaldwtnsballhave gratifying character. The Charleston MereMryubfishcavan Office on the burnt site ot his former. dwell- services into requisition,' I would jnof : paper wsthe i I fsubidizcd 'brgan and $x. $.

'I was oh fire, the Coirt gmnted an inlermisfsion'to''al.Io'w''the made Jiis* ppeecfr'Ja the.Senate, twill extract of a letter from Dg* -' -- hesitate to obey the summonsand to devote' well-paid partisan i of;,jthe 'pncce sive admift* <

; ::.Attorney General', who callup; bis.'r s lutions for*'thVapppintmen! WashingYpnV which r" Mr. JOSEPH FlsxEGAN has also refitted the whatever have.to. their cause.c Bat -have istrations b whoas ..tietiaeiiares ''rawhichpf-J fe-
I boated at the Tremoht House,' save" his of a compromise committee'an' the committee says Yesterday a -Ross bousand opened in it 'entirely not thought it, unbecoming to decline the call 1-s A.:' '. { -.iLi!: "'Jj fl3 JlU 5
an rjev? fce
papers' which 'Were' depbrited there; at 20 will undoubtedly"he"appointed.. '* '>* ">*:'i''i.. "-okJplace -in regard to.the- which my friends have tnade''upqn me, as refercereougpyorvaranii v -
: t 1 minUtes past 12 o'clock, jiheV Court entered; I.feel l confident that 'Air/ Clay will once health vf Mr. CaiUoiinT.CniedlybetterJ.'ariJ ., .- atucB of grdceyes", dry goods, &c. lie has the people ''of -the Districtlzponwhom arrie4 taroaghijrb
aad resolutions also erected an extensive wharf,:, at.which devolves the right of election! ,have not manifested tile of ''in '-
.4 the jury wer rsun1cr Thproceed- more speak -liiscompromise' 1 hare np/dpabt'but that true state the caa*,- i- will afibra g-z

; ; 7 ings esim.lj jj t and I feel equally.certain that compromise bejwili recoer. 'His fever bs.left him, his vessel*have been of'late discharging any; considerable however,.interest in the ..pec-feel simpIefeplanatidA'.fI. -' -
.. fliere'tera varidus afloat in will be5 to. posed Convention deeply they : jsaii -
eventually agreed -
1 ctpctures made 'by"Mr. F. wbehAcom-]
f and he improvements ,
) jlias returned gaining : ;
appetite the importance of the questions ngn
-' the Court morn, s o th ciri8in of the fire. Allow nie; ;onslihis bccasipri, ;1o- quote a ; t- 't'pjeted upon.which
;, Some person8attrihF1tifl4tO some incendiary passage from a lettenately received by'a strngthslowljbut surely; "As soon as he will give] a more businesslike air to it will deliberate. Should tbis in4ifl'arencecontinue ,

.i so a's to interruja thejKjurse'of the* trial.There'appeared member from Indiana,"froin Goy. -Wr'.ght, feel* well; enough;:tp travel,: h3? will leave this portion of the towa. .his store isin; a it iapro6abthat' the popular .iI eK! s K

to fee spniC myteryaboiit; jiatriotic"and highly intelligent. Governor this"cit1 for Lyhchljur,. Virginia,: where he central position,'and presents a handsome egates, wilt be .'destitute! 'of ;"tB'at acknp.wlexlged'cbnstitue'ncytwhich the soJ'yinbeeuenable4 \ '

: the occurrence takiig pe'as! ( it'did, in the of that State : \ -- his".health Is appearance' from the street., : ; can .afonejstam'p
.vvill: .ui completely i
remain-juntil their acfswitli .authoritypr ,weght: ,t
noonday and at such ai ripd of the triaL "I-would vote for any fair proposition '
S." \ The'confusion created b irthis sndden -interruption'bad sars f Governor Wright, 'to co'inpromise' the restored, when -he will retuni and.resume his MrMoRais KIEL and essr3."FERNASDEZrBISBER their opinions. Under, these circumstances' icty'nto t& sc4 Lime and ii1j' '
the 'Sehte." "*' "'*- & Co. have also 'made enlargements I feel impelled by; n se"n e"ofi'dnty'i"to' ac-.1
4 the'fefKct to-flfrnbarrass pro- queion1 and jf any such comprorms&is seatin-the ihhne-wonId-gMw; jandwhichJwouldBa S
ceedipgs not a liltle1} Wjale the great body passed at this'Lesion, theme& who vote __-; u: -jh and improvements their stores'.1.1'* *'' cept the honbrable ppsVso. kindly, tehdereiby ? not*!- 'than' it. i.' .*i Tl/Tt>'" Y Ifl" _""T' r* .--* *iJ* .*>'

of the spectators were OIK* of Court during against it will go down in Indafla! ; I am "Our neighbor.of the News has some reason We learn that Messrsj'BujTijtcf is'Si Cox ,my friends in Chatham ItJs my rdnthppe'that 1' 4:' -' V.- -- -- -t r .7 4j'

e this interv Dr. JV. held 4 ,cohveTsation aware that many of our friends'think'differently for expressing k preferences f the-Aorumdi have nvzew'the* Jacksonville thej wisddni' bf ,Cojigresi'may ;
tith' Dr.iackson, from tfce: dock, in which ; bat lam firm in the opinion that any Era over the'Intelligencer. The'''following enlargement ottbeK, .bring to a just settlemehf. the, unhappy 'controversy'wuicH'hbw' to runj'iU.head ajaincitlrdirected

1 he expressed his fear3 lei the testimony of settlement will'beisustaSnerT-in indiana that -- .t i' ,Hotel, of which they have of late. distracts/bur country. iticoursfcAibvi the iofalIihIelmL>ntt'te

I the latter might havje beta ntisundertoaL4 doe3not 'ffi f nativelg estc.thlisV slaverg. Ifth js an eitractfrQmIhe Era become the purchasers *- and thus slay'the prbj ess'jjbldiscord; "and dicatfohs f gnifi nil|oiniin rfio'rt'l5egre !

-. Dr. Jackson alaled 'se ll ia k&e'rr?!
i -. !, that if he1 fearbd afcy Buch"msunclerstanding.'he !: in part st biish s slavery, th viI1 be the>Southern Convention- will be confederacyThe..destruction of the (Un5bnTpf J j_ :_ r
,.'- would be re ifiy a ain to' testify disappointed any J' ''butj -'compromise' that time enough to. denounce, it" as treasonous "exisic.oftbe. area"of the tpwnph the these &ates'wb'uld bin ,my .judgmen j '..a"ca ,IewJor ,. though ;l i fiLa --

1 ,;; ) on any point upon vrV ch. his testimony leaves the que'sttou'ip t be eettlea by the- people when it shail* have committed some overt north ands West, by the.erection"; of. many mity-to the Kurnan race. No true patriot cency-orj'gratltude
.; :.;' .- might bav been ciisundcr stood on the" part cf the territories, will, in my opinion,.be act. -* Andwe: baveno objection frame dwelling house. perhaps to the number can look through,the gloom fiat'greatand ; to those'by VBt>tal it &' elscntlaliy *

of the defence. { .; ." fully sustained even.if it were to divide the that sucK'Conrentioa should calculate of Col(}'HART the original / :.cbntempla'ie"'the. ruins bflhTs., served ediyi
J !
twenty teles
.j c The conversation was interrupted .by, the present'boundary of California, and'aJmit' the value of i.the Union. ''Americans are a proprietor mighty Republic,.without a mournful/eeljng '- .- --'_.4; anij j -fi-*" -'w* s*aefi. il .0
> -
entrance of the Judges and pie JuryJ'whenthe her into the'Union'with boundaries north calculating people. VVel know nothing 'sosacrc of the:lan|In.that sectioh, is rapidly too,deep for uUeraiice1. ,Itsg6)riesJ.i't! ) $Hopes,1 .etween
J that it should command blind disposing lots building which its pbvrer.'its' bemficerice -its'past,, preWnt,
Court resumed stss'piijht,1 Dr Kee> resamed of 36 30 j'leaTingb.e| south of-"this our veneration. purposes,
I '' his place upon th'i'jnand.- testify-, line to come into the'Union free* Or slave ."' J-us ,Ji ,' are as fast being enclosed. Most,of these and its future, challenge.the bumkge, ,.bf the that tliepufilic wit1eftlaptto konid bs
ing to the identity pf the teeth already; refer States'as they determine." dwellings'are I teing: erected by'"Mechanics," world,' What true faith and ai!< :aiu fniisi ----' -m 1* ,, I a -P
he be- ThPi3U1i. *II4, ti'e Preildent be.bear who,,can: thls'is'tfry 'bwji theatternpt, of'ihI3nerc
.jmy .
4 red to, which he poitirel jBwore to, say; .. _I j.thecre1itoz j.-.& ._
.' 7 came mnch affeted' bej-k pt.biuerl' ana USION MEETING AT N&Tciuz.-We learn We observe- notice' in the Washington aid.* -if'the'jiimes'.-, ,, .<, would' f-- not,f forbid- such. J a'de-> .t-- natrveland." :" ;" ha i SJolatedwitb.ther

J obbe'd andibly, -% ; eyes and -Lice that avery large meeting of: the.citizens -of papers of an experimental tnalbf"Reynold'4 Agnation,Jhe location might*not inaptly be nut: this"-.-.Union- us" or. -, ; gOTeinni j.Jiv all-th greats

i -.-- withbs bandkercief iwhil flooded 'jtbt Natchez and Adams county, without distinction 6elf-sharpen5ngi''plpugh'l": which receritly styled the-I'NorthernlibertieiV wrapping the interests,of mankind, cannot be measures of polity'and f San'c3( Whicfisitfcairoriginated'an '*
with and of was-faeld at courthouse in preseryei sentijnenta bwever"nbble if
: tears: He iwinted oCt reatprecision party ,
In connection Svithr 'these
siens of localprogress :
: mccnracy",; the different teeth] and the .block that city Saturday-last/ fqr the purpose topic place Jn that cty.| It was .witnesseJ /j. V.J -Y *i| -- L injustice and oppression commence their cer- -I'L.;'ram f-, tbagh' tti'ui'z'fterj''anecdote
1 'T'; used therefor; which Jdectified: and positively expressing their opinions on the subject by the/Presideat of the United! Stats; ..who ', it.would be interesting.tOknow the tarn*:wpjkot* dissolution,i"'tt*& Wi' j hs1-.tyye9; -?'? u-tti

_1 swordjui. 'The Chief Justice'and the of the.Union.. Dr. fetephen Duncan, on be- took the plough and turned the furrows in a number :of, pur;pppulatipn! *a,iid,there could totC to.tbe'rjas'those'who ,oi th'e 6ceashjter,',who ntriIace&j,

;q Bench'' iri'reneVal'paid' inarMd attention to ingcaiied1o; ;thejcbairade most.fervi4 manner that'showed that lie -was used"to it.Eferytlqnetiexpressedit be no 'better move.on the'-part of ournew ',are ftotiecompi t'of himself ,to:-ther'' grca"ti eaiHle asa ,ndcit
: this''fcrrbf bis tesumonif which, the'Chief and eloquent speech injeupport the'pnipn Council 'than" take for :our thers, vhb'" oatepIighted! faith '.
r -- Justice' ;"particular toolc'Tioles'ot' with and said no"mans interest,was more,Jidentified great -atthe.performaQce to ; measures ascertaining bV.trample uppjf the' .Cb fitattonf'who actor' '" n as. he u e ofano t&e&t
I ,,- great care,;eliciting a variety of explanations with the'south, than >bin, and no1 man ] of this ,improved,jnstruraentj' ) thVcensus'bf the'qw 8eelct bue'theW e4uals, ah'd"tovidegrade' WIW-AJOT> ? 'onihi' c.(>9-fJai 3 -

.' :- irom jibe witne i as be proceeded. would dare to accuse him of treason to his vRl n their own race and ineagemustbear the 'TbctIpcis .
.- State. He of the constitution ol : LATE PVflLICAT1ONS' :
I approved I. --'---: burden oftheir.'m'pnstrbtrai gailtt We who
;.- :th4 l Contlaeutth'Honty.. ** California and her admission into the Unions Mr. CLIXGMAN,-of. fs'prtii Carolina has ad- Leonard Scott fy CoSt Rentws.-\Ve have been defend the.inher ihcey ur'fathers transmitted history'stepscareer fqrtd ,tondictitboj'
I it' The of tl.at State'had a right to make maihuin'the institutions of theindepenKeftjoumaKstci'nd! !fif*! .
J' Who
people have
dreS3d a letter to the-editors of the Republic, in"duo receipt the present of Scott'&",Co.'t we .
rear Mfe
the ofI
The following extract T/orn account their,own la we, and legislate for,themselves, received | reward hWmVrtf4e i. Ttoi" '
I I in to remarks1 of his valuable Eeprinti of Brltiih n eyjtwstho.Edin.burg -repeassaultsequally; upon eJofihe en- tr
: Major Garland paymaster in a .regiment, of and the.eouth'had no .more right to dictate to partly reply colleague, qdrselyes and the COnsUtUiOa.! ,cannot.yield 4 .*l
i : the.Virginia State, line. ejn the Continental them:Ion the subject :of .Blavery. than lh Slr STAJCLY, and jn:''fe.vlew jof the general! ,-London Quarterly' ,'"Westminster, Ice. An b'uV ,'grburid, however, ,costty'"thV: *cohs2quencesi >
t establishment 1781, wjll -[serve to illus. north bad a*right to dictate tc. the soath.-T- questfou of.slavery; Ilejeijeratearthe pro article fit the latter,on The African'Coatt Blocko Destruction. wOuld. ; bVbetter'tban Whether these Bacrifices.were o/ror/oi5ir

: trate the crib' "" !" adepravedirredeeuiable.. cur, Mr. McMurfan then'rbse'and 'addressed the gramme o'f,' parliamentary "tactics.": TheChaileston' //
rency r people in a peech glowing .with. patriotic thinks efforts which hare boenrappli'ed to snpprcsa ,"; Every. -lover, of his] cnuntrymus; hope .- pble t S' !
. Hirani Convert ifl'tZCCOSfl with 'the Stale sentiments, and was followed by Col. Bingaman' -- Mercury ,the Jellerj-peculiarly the'Afrkn'tetrade; ; :,The, ucceg? of that ef-- Chat the.vital principle pf the Constitution :.41 : ? '-

of.Virginia:-. : J. jf 4.: VtJane1781. < and. -Judge .Winchester. ,inT.' able '"''haflpy. "at"tlii. time-i .-,- -for 'the1.foU6Vinf -- <>> fort1st trongy] disputed)_sid the'doubter*' are .will'! triumph in this controversy1 and that .l OztateYard1 deoiedits '
Totwrcntf warweeLs1 worL speeches, marked with"'sentiments devotion reasons;:,. ; r 5 j: some'bf the'most ciperienccd And'prectical j.m n fji'Alithi CIoiiii'vhtch"j. t ow oe'ariho** ""q, .. *J f? been! share. Jt: bas-ji .histoBciCij;

_1 ,In making coats, ilocfc vfaistcoau,,and. tothe Unior, number.of appropriate, 4VThe proceedings't ;of- both- ;: Houses have .England.. ,It may- -have resulted''decreasing ,Will be in,the de p boi Jin pf thi'ocean buried :' inheritance which! say jotfrmU-nilghtWsjfprtmd : --

stable jackets, at 31,000 paper pert resolutions 'maintaining tbe'constitution and dwindlei into a.mere; 'matter,of course; a the num6rr'of, vessels engaged in the trade, but it ., :'But-should Georgia) be'i'.cbmpelle'Ji'to' fdf it ""wilfli 'aiicalt' ,A'poinVi ii *
68'v. ? weeV > ? j'l\f. $22,000 the unity of confederation,'*were th tipaP6edv succession of.very; reapectabte.speecbes that has led to'W increase of,'the. number.,of'slaves d'cate her righfs\;guarantied.by..thatjQon'sIt'tiitibn LLli.L siflge! L'JUtiVrlL; ; -l'V'-'f'-x' ?AJSJ2Laa ; 4 .

Johl'jSriffiK' in 'OttQiintitc'ith.the Stale of : Gen. Stanton afterwadsaUresse4 people do n'otiead-the; eaiua, of ,homdrum crowded into Vachveswl,to'i.thoasand'devicei'to ..,Twill be trup to &er'fta lomy u4ner. int&the djiti
I Virginias f :|> p* .-CiiJnly tbezneetiiigojposing the admission W. Califorriia'into has settled.like a.foglorer'.: ; 'thai0Bborti evade pursuit Before leaVing the c'oaat', whic6qde1ai.1 1- "I'amrvery respectfully4; -' I prate4 pblUpy

,<1781, To repairing,higle horns sad the Union,.,with' soin 'stricfure? ; tim g ,,wasinstinctwith.Jiery casion;, ,-. I'./r 5n >ln4*': worse orir Jrst -'- : '". .V l nK 'r.ivLf 1"'I'< that does not,.' is* -

Trumpets for .fiW regiment dra-; ,-. on the northwben.'the'meeting'aujourneo'.i" !'" vitality-andi heaving with ..strong paswoiu than were, rer efpre experienced t"It.is probable -4 a- -- Fa'Nctar eiegree, :oh to hiosty ba1Pt adP4
3t g onis..c ,f; ;- + ,$13,203 l". O. Pie-. tM-i_ Even,the Ssnateihas burnt out, as it,were* thai t.beseJsotaw1l .induce, k1'z'' .-I-- J'fi -. t
To makfoffiour dozefj $hrts, at $200 per: i and the members to -; &; i ; i* T ia /-- -.i v4 W'i Jli Ji3i> l"K JQnwla
seem bepokingfoicu.dsities.in ; ment- withdraw, front tbe, blockade 3a ioo.s mnlatedMi lbra
shirt rf *- $ 9600 LAB.CJCingly'lafge'pieceii 'jisj;
,,!; *: = jl. ashes.s,.We. : ; iteidenceiof.4
> ; th4 aegladthere. time
the to which theitrcay.Uttent :
To 40 pair o{boots'6j$2jO" )'per of gold ire porf 'fore itol haye, any/ evidence, tha ihe,spirit esplresj. /- 1 ronJb H its sac esstti oppasitioa -
pairi ;-i| i-fcj; / 80,000 ibf the .5outhern ? k ,numerable measuTei'ti&< f'ni7TOe !ar njfi4ty
have been found it > ;! ,meihasnotevapora. -
To 10 cut thread it|iSpjptf. cotZ000 Qodty'i 1'snoek (or4piiL haihaobeditj .i TOOMBS. tot the GoverAot of sthat ; "< *vj-i '
tedrSand that allh ihe'i.t .ideas .have not ;o v
; : Colonel White C&pt, Relf-eld,Capt Watt, California>>'within--tbe; -last' twpi weeks 01 b i Jbaried certain,/atbomsj in,the.earth' by It"well tottaini the popularity'with whiotj sth"work State> %;Wf* JK .. I S-TV; ; ./ | tch'hejstrewejp e higSviajpot

f: ,.- Capt4JiUandDr. EpsaHhaving called onos January;. ? Xlertejr''of Jahuaiy'.3 t&rtlie the.ienprmoqs: 'crust-pacificatory\ : for"tneiVrcsent year icofflmeac lrt'lhi sor :*_ Wii6tHoVbkb. ;! ; C.f March'l I'I850jps > I
Jteralue their bohjies, ;ten and.lost .in Nevr York Tribune saylT i81iig besutyts! --,4': u-tt > -- ,fi -rt. 9l t-is
prpjectithat ha.y j been; piled, rubbish."upQBrulli5hr'witl u Erhave. .receivedunder- cover ofyoaf
r '. the *enrice of the rny bf t& Unit&Statee, 1 l"0nepieee wt\ gitwensy.three.jiouuLi aijfcMjdij ryithat, eitber, in theth landaend sc fis.1.ioalatesaiofofy ;favbr>nhe'25th'ult4; 'the sbfutidna oI.xttdidih
therefore .,
we44 Taloe,1) :t :the, best/of/ purl Attratt i $ '
wia brough to Stockton j.tba anotber; piece arnounttp )tIeivane.o pr9pc.s -_ passed by the late General Assemblr'bf the Ai'1b i&t .
w> judgment,in the f.o3kwicJHiarinerj .. ; -$4 -1. G i-c'- -- 'vi-4 llt aTnVSt %
incredible,Bize.and. weight .was reported h4rdJytparalIeI.nce.- niipc yhe the State of H -
I Colonel WJiita's,ft byg14Iig, at. $23,000< to'have"been brought to Stockton 'on sons p jfJQal) built),and epi' tered zith? t ,-resUtlbn or) V' ertens tfeWre'tlkfi ** !

3-, CaptotoiWott'Capt.Bc1field8; Abajr'l4rTe1' .dq:13<5d: .: SoldoO Friday-it was said to weigh ninety-eight plainft o Shinar .., Mt \. "1, vfill'btecome'ihi;Immediate'aaVM -

f CapUiU'HiUV' ,' }bfxdoi,. 20,000; pwmat; I jsaw a,number of, persons; op These reflectionB seem to! us, about as ja- merit JntW'an4jother iuwtoiiaij: of ier'aWe'aiify1 of Hbe iople'taFtfiis' l t
board the Stockton.boatrvbo badOien.thfi. (Georgia,) to meet iinsidgtiOtM convention1 on
: : jfoaki-W'the.wfsh'- if mistakd the
r .DorEoec' a bajdd". 25,000$ weigbingjey1ve,..ponds'hegent1emaUWb44tTWheZpteU we not Country,Ahftt/nothio gi could-be J morevarioni (and 4easart
; flc othtIIiu- Jump : betweeriStockioo |,he-Mett; ; erp ssedHb_ that bathe pnWio appricUUon'of tbem., .'W 1 1f.The''adTi lre' bT6'S1Z'
( 4j i-'
e'z -'ti -
r M4 ptbers, 'r Mm nV f5fcn-tte bovo.kI[ winbefound'lr LI1t
-. ndS, i>.Fr nci copldtmeA; MUI' -
I -. Tothe'aboTe miea4ad an Incident adhadi9 4j/qzdUs. pcsveing.i74eig1L.t ely.-crcutate4thtougbouthe&uh, Colin ;-Mntarnihg the-tt address fTV ; 1btefle

Lt eli brd'tetuti6nLroIdith Jl H9reimeittl6hihAtobel0aj tds4 jf.1th1,Je,lrC is .
m ic.tA :pot .v-4 &&. ., -- ;; --4-r ,
i 1 ) ; ;e4nru stationed 'largest piece of gold 4i $
T .- '."in wnt r'qoarterji 11 pne-oPthe post*oa'ihe one 8outhCaroU ai *" SAooi-falaia,"or MavmnifaryoyifaM0riThla rW C lbt- t:-ftha1J

.. .. _. u, : ;jM rfKi oi.vi; _< o9oqt4 7 belie re.-.ta wf igbed jnearlyx>nej>qpdre4j>putja>i..K9y/i ouh. { [ U the mInt a-ttmbly'plication| S4*Lfl1_ y m'uteof. ,dd Am. 'j_
: iad'jtistrxpntinental elosaig. fMiedfcat""CliWestoii'bT W i !Ll 'tf Ijjn r- < i (t '*? ir- ri* dn -54t
,:: t t r- r; : .. ,. ,. -.y for the Juvenile !l .
.-jJ ce1ft& tbr ThmG4t "- Jl.on.'Moi;: BUTK Qa4teportqfhis yaljetions ibofcb1c wzs1 ',
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: jisPf ; .- ribittd CaKforniajJjaafcomplete4. ben ij"i-i'f.'. iTheie.oond*-Vojame co menced- -with f'J QU! &ase -
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I> *" Tr;. !: UiVfS' lDC'.il --i- i.
lujd ( > Jll tri.feI-U" >
to bare aTr ni d occasion4 .-- ; g : .io'-tbvb ; '
t ,- concluded : Jbe jQint$ j' hw -S roii4;bfth ; -
Prdentb S ffJp1i
4.sigoto omrpunicate dtto
The-iaiMne4Aop1acewb ek w
$ep.nt. 1ti&safdtbat-'tyba1es _
., ', .,,- such tna'tter*we re eolporitd,,4ind ,bad each Congress. lila yjcwi. e4 bmiiirsl 'fo( oth1eibZo1oalts. keep hirIe \ .-.
\ : a mug of flip, in payment for which our in- wealth of California ,farjuriei. tbcW oiMf containing nutter,of ft moran&tkio a.aetr the,proposed feeasfireT bntnin. opbi! I VJLrSStfi
.formaot banded gveobe iwliele' amount of ..,Wrigbt; whose general statement, has : Price 81 p r annum.I .-. the-hapienbjf| of'the- third'contingency; arches1 his i
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jectusi et'a.a rb74o of : $ 4 : ; r -".5--- *' ,tftkbLr3rw S
4.vc1 v
the gOTtrnmcnt, to Jt SPRLNG,. qz4p: rAri. 1 .5The course *;FLI 4y1J. I *e,1 pi. '

.. i DR GODS *' t _a 4 th.Jsa jj .-
tad authort3Jive r4DEO ,, .

York ialer, thus OW'rhi t-&:O: r'ireetfuflj lfteI t eafl ant ,

ring kali* etntwy < rtalaJy Eotoa ai inn.d.jmpIt .efor-tb.em3elr t. MORRIS KIEL. ,. : IT.-T '
: JadcsonVflle Ftb/aia350. Ira '
9 : '
f acqwetsftow fnltt felhideoofidece'thzt *" 4t' .* i ". f' 'j,!< 1 ,,, ; *>ism* WCMV "AJU.arx .
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Botany Jtf dem I .. .
talcnlafed/fo tlnVe oaf AWToFTHif .
: S "S .the fiobs. Parsing Eisvej ,

thediagOO&k C41Ae tebrateTtnec4re A laiyo'aasortmetit tJUJVCr'GOO, an4fine SL4 tVUd States, Watt*on ttuT ;1m.im'1. ,, ,. -S

djathtul. | of Mr S -.assortment of '"* >*- i a.a u : ; Readmg;SpeBtffV ahdi tt :
co <&gaft< .'
r tjr iJIslssr ,
oathe.JETtutug* Br&fcl-iwho eub- SUMMER .CLQTUING, 01WULCIt$ ---' 4'S -

scribed.; Ktthan4etnphaik 4inttoevery: ;' Consisting" of' Fant;' 4 c. (dt11Y;)Co6nth, ? 4" ;.5 '

L thing ithatthe great orator tliJ,4to! ;the no :A:Tery large and elefint' A3Oj a MRtm f' : )P': f ;i $ ;' fcJovtcne ?**-** ;,

I small WBusemeal Wh of far$jfric J an3 of BOOTS;ANOISHOESC iPhMO ** .
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r the ataitof irhetierottlf orsk d7ays ins S : -
; For
Ladies Gentlemen .
Children. S 1o.aLio!, .
tw I It" usual msfinet'and uiftllibjiilVjjin supporting .Ill the above*rtidw jasCrativeiJ br le ftt Sc a.!: : '3oOTO -. : '
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20JXW .
IF* thejHleJxugi< ai w a itffe fi4i as well the very lowest prices* : : i S 'N .CJiczne'** t : I500O Department, per sea. g '

LklEL.; .'S'S 4 :..,?; 74: ted' 55 dejjj has Firs" ;Class, ? *' I
JLS against popular eeatimejt!; ; S ,. I//flI,4f ) 1Um.Len.5 S M Class, -' $ 1' aq .5.5

gainst the interests of the'jJ oeritic'parry; tet: S f////fJ/////// wnfch niy based Junisr5tdm1es; H t ]i aooo '
: 5- Jts upeno* !BnicT &tho'btdli.,, ". ," Hu '
and Whether itle government yjtljasiisual! : ETTERSOF ADMINISTRATION on the IiiI'fihI/If 'fortuiat'tictJni'of hereditary 1MaeisOIa'1auQ, tt f _00 .. '
EsUt of,John < !iiiii1iqiiui, it. traeed-cine ws, andt Use. 'w'i..; iLDod1nttr'i ,
J Jeoree,2irax -deceased, bears lnitruiucut, ,
(followttsleaa as the Jorcjj |>earer of. the having b en granted to the stibsiiber by the Hon. I llfl/jfJI1./ and vigor. fTb 'icroTnloos patient : L fj a>w + li f"T J Gc .5

!;L fcbolil onjstsanJ res-soil faajilcs, whom heso Judge of Probate for Monroe Cotrnt j, Fla.-'all ( \\ \(''flh'' and lifs ccendtnts.has'beea made whole ? g ,W 4 vfoVk and]Emnt4sTTJsrIl4? 4% ialO I'
! persons Laring tlakai against aald Estate are rev \ fj hopelessly for rears 'ontferedtamsous and Frenci. p+ttfcb aiidltJjiaaKe
wisely ani justly' regards f .toe onlyvtraefrienas quoted to irewni th Same ; I ''I and may
according to'law, or theOnpb.1iztiu1ng | It will Ie poreme. that.je 1 th.
; of the Union, remiinjrlo' seen ; tae earne'wUbbarred.: '. ,.* % "* and the arcula&c ftavetperfrafsed as it $10, hgheetpri.lh $ can b ehmrred jeriiio* jn -

NICHOLAS SMtTH, 4dit4r. S ? iwith regenerated,constitutions. "jthMly : th.Li'crsryaa1 Scientist .
bat we Btfoa'Iy saspjct that 3&e rpute of Key WesthZ3iS5Qapfl4' J&n. II1 .'preparations,T.lvfl testtmanr of those who above- the Ancient LaugmagM.Tbaf .' .

I LIs 63en-healtJ oracle isjofi the decline,: ..: I I residences, has been flthlib54.frOJfl time lastitatioa wOl b sap
I of the jnost and Pbilosophicai pantos,,. i .wl1
.n amort.J
13ro gkttoJau oterwhelmlnet f '
fcndthat his 'ljour of b&ei" is. fast ? ; tesuaiony 00
pas f chtsively lneshnate.yje.S ;Uidcal, lliatorlcal. and JlisoeU 8: oi Ltbrar* *1*** : -
A>Nt2GRO MAN/who namell Thp : 25000
? rx.L .
his ;
iu mum bIuP.cM4 uiiara..1TP says : medicine;are invited
Lr 15 nWy to toaio'a trWofiU
and that ; 125 00 .
7 BSJJcV b.beIoogstaJohn.P. wikhou4chsrge,
t "boB IU _. '
which tt : $
alon tan'bestow. rt'S
# (? idersHv-ef Uuvxl Cty'F2a.sge4 t I :i .. '\ -. If ,__. so S .Oze-ll.alfterU24 Oj uii0flyq44lt4j 4..
: :!.about 45 years, and la about 5 feet 6 Inches'go. '. r th CANCEROUS"' ; etit.I dra&ee, ,oV tie wbo .at the mIF,1li 1teIJI '

JlIonnon Conference vral bell at COYingtori The owner.will please comeforwi.rproe C ULCER CURED, >e drawn S f cholars from,a&ro i can ob either, -
property,pay jail charges, fce. t t and. Tbis'cure'was efuted fri Jj'18I4; Certi in the fnuii(y of the Principal, rtfil iutprIMa ess '
Ky., oa the 6th inst. :,Sill Smith, the MvJi. FREEZE;' -. t ;: ?health-stilt,continues' *"'good:, July, proper* iio the town. T S

brother of the Prophet Joe, .Was'n{ atten Jailor Columbia County, E F. t Messrs. Sinei:S-Gentlemen__I consider: : "f i

Affigalor, April 4,J350. 3 tfBrousfet'to S. following:facts m reference to the great i attrxe- wAURINf.
dance. Since the Mormons fcgve taken stinat
possession TItt ttt {JuiaonmyJ: >re t. andwell e .
of the immense tractTof in : I was attended eighteen months by a e low '
; advice
country Jail and counsel of one of owmost S

I C&1OrI1Ift,2bCY are becoming jrery popu'ar 5 A EGRO.Nwosahjsnmeji*, / 4,S. :!' 'for least fire benefit'v'eks whatever.in succession' All the my various breast ; .,?. .oa,, F'Februai.yl.1.5 l&. ; iteea' .

. among the free-soil, "free-thinking, freeivingan .4 Frank, and that he belongs.to THOMAS I it,, :i iI .andJbr internal ax n was daily syringed with a o ctiaatca&ti ani.MeeiZ '
"' jYovzco of BarnwelT ulcer was so Urge tEat.it held will be .. S S ,.
District S C. Ho
is i t S 4 S S '' -tJ
] various S' : probed the ulcer and
free-gabbling pcose examined the bone, tdf .'
_., ::.aged abbntZQ3-eirand is about 5 feat 10" liT to the lungs, and if I diJ not draw '.5 jk S -
sections of the country. f\ inches.; four of. 'his. 'front teeth are missing. S. J would be fatal.,, I was,adnsed get to speedy have the to a3 ,D5 APPLEIDX fc COix ., flflsBI'4.
WILLIAM GROTHE,. S ,but finding no relief from what bad been n 144
The Baltimore Clipper the follow :
I almost :
despaired Of recovery.nnd : .. ,
ing incident which has justTjbrurrad in that Jailor tf Duval CouMy,--Fla. ;q Seeing various testimonials and ; Vs. Lit5 PafKPrw ..
March 21, 1S50. tf xtttt, in
illfUiI eases similar
; totny&wn/1 .
city.- TheClipper' Fays: i 4; S I HI :il were used, but, from the Jong-deep-sealed! 1F: ;-- : :
"We understand that a mai .narnsd Albert Mutual Life InArance. S S : r ::ij decided until the change.disease was Considering entirely curedIt this as the OA 514 CH1NE3MECH4Ztr R4YQX% .

N. Hotmer, who has become jiimonomaniac? ; : was completed$there is not the slightest is : vest- ; ArD ENGINP4LS72 1'

on the subject of ilormonisn, i deserted his "* :: owte* myself WILL,and the cure mtvtty of'tht for Radical
1 : Design* Wki4
t AGESCT brTHE L during tkt Jin /
wife-on last and left tit! for the S S S _% ,. S I t Please
; Friday city, :: excuse,this long eferred' forth .
eTT York Uf Insurance Compau7, fflHIHt make' Your i1.e'inierde1 EL'ie.e- j'
North TraTbiafeIplria. Itt&ems'tlatiheweoj varaable Sartapanlla cured ', .
't .
1. ,
. AT 63 when nothing;else could; and I feel myself 'I0teOZL r .i4
fJbnie and "t M h'a wife'he 44 It '.5 t1r5., 'h-i '
on Jriday, S say many tamr* I cannot write and 1 do 4fji4: S Lir
was going+to fake his children,oat Jhg- "* MOERJS FtifKUT, Prttvient.f .-' 'I ff. 1fl1 tire been,to call upon me. and I will $* known EDrrrujfVsn : iY 3 V |OBi fr ,, .
: rsscER S BENEDICT Vice Praufrnt. 5' I :I and many other things in reference to the I 'iieMi
< :
His wife fixed them up-foiie inl'number,. ; between r y frofetsor'of ; t'oaeg "'l
two girls and two boys, the elfV ft Njild" ten, 4- 1'tisT-FB.EiMis, Actuary.Amonntof S j. t: --NA>
and the youngest three yearsic d-n hen he Funds JfaWe fo losses?.*' ?$ O5t89 34 iiiI! ,* I ofthe wtor of thq&atu CfIF4"'Thee '
S '
BaL of Freminrrn
aboye iarcstmcnts adverse ,'
. took them off in a carriage, sill j vf*ien they :sd4 .I i VNII qj'' ;UU: The following.. is,anzt.rac$from letter F riOimi," "The Ettmnti't**rj,' t tT ;t '..

' hare %ot been seen. He has i became per- From! the Stabile Da3y Advertiser, March 17, *47v it itr %.Mcurs. Sasoi-lbae, been 4 ,afflicted S. I also'so cOf 63?'"WufaV'' r rf i A L

F fectiyrdemeuled, it Is *aid, imaEJUir.* that he ..* LiFE.I.iigLTtANCE. practicalniastrstion of I v' !!' 'by a diseased liver,for the last teflty.years I '
1 winiire a thousand years and, t ise.an hundred the benefits of Life .Insurance has recently ,been not so that convey I have; fnrniahed in this city in the Ofekr S H$ last able to atlencTto my 'sec- JBL ,nearly.TWO THOL-SAJB, ir*tt 3,.pvrds; t
children. His wife, whcj affine, Intelligent case I ifti fifteen morth I wholly discarded all j "'
ofrzrrEi.r ntton5z PLATXS; and act t ovsA3n ,
almost fellow-citizen, the late Edward F.Twt. While S M r Sa/sapariUa which J caa recommend in q
lady,,is rrazedt jit the loss of % ], It .
t. \voo3-ccrs. reen4vkisg.saiags -
in good health, some thnela& ho effected S : any way afflicted with
her children and the have .. year, It HI any species of I upon aa the moat .
police etnployedallmeansto an insuranee on 1.; life of'53OU0 in the r regent remarkable cures effected by its use in this and descriptions imj.irtastkima'
'M: recover them. Sbeapplied' Yori Ufe Insurance. CoIDany (tdrmeiiy the S if I :.' bottle/was.restored to better health thai* 1 toTn-' In the' United.,SjUtes.- 1ndeyen.e4cfthe: re-, ,
1t ; Mrs. %V.Sts.vans. ; 19 .
, ehe'etates to one of the cb eriljMorsions N&atflu5,) of which MJane3MIu3on is H t who Lad been severely suits Amerieaa'iflxennity, Uir Ieontftia com-
i ntbetily ; by the use of a few bottles. I *i the Ipete! practical trftUts OsaIWIehJneZ '
'- to learn licr husband* hereabotiis, in this city. Mr. Test died very enddenly, Jf, :v s't._ much of tbst
Lagine-wark,and Lngineeruig;
and the other day the amount for which his life it '
i cuRE-OF'A
and was infonned that she wqalJ probably insnfld Tfc thoaand ? ,owned useful in more than one thonsan doflan worth '
r was doUan, was promptly :iI '
,"' hear from him at either New Yfiiior, : Albany, I paid o\pr to his family by Mr: JJnndon. ;,. 1 ;: Mnsrs.SAW v*:-Gentlemen-.My. little S bf' folio tolumes, magaxines;aM u.JL2bOk.Z. "
where, if she chose, she conl| join him.- This circumstance requLrpsno comment from us S 3 tt :i i with a scrofulous humor aa'her face,which also o: Tbe'gteat object of ihki publicatjkw pee, tk '
: These fanatics ere said to be proselyting very to give it due force. It cpe&ka to.every head of a.'I i'' aluKOt total blindness w one of.them,and ; 4ond before prac'Jeai men and tudent4 ac&aa aaoonV> .
two of theoretical and scisntifio kitowlede, |t a eondsnsed -
family in a voice that cannot bo ..nuBonderstood pJrysJcians to attend Iter. who | '
largely in the city, several ine/r.leading and should not be disobeyed The advantages, .1 F it all proved; useless,and hiiaUy otis of \TeUj, form,ad shall enable them to ,wnk to the" '
rais ionarJes being located hen< llosmer is some striking cures effected by SAUDI' so much beat advantageand'to 'avoid '& 4e mistakes r .
the beneficent .
its and result will
; happy *, I' : uireJ ,ne bottle which Great.* *
well known member of the < thejnselres to"the IL L : li commenced which they iaifnt otbenrise 4arm3. ,Ihs '
; a JUd; fellows, suggest mind'of,erery readert effected an entire cure. It is BOW over four : polaJed fiaIormatioa.
of thsbrcmght.tq.. ,
and wfe trust Induce him to and do likewise." : :ij th been no aonotmt nsFa > ,
"go of
standing six feet six inches in j jigbL" reappearance the disease,?and\ and is ahnoe -
a Certain .it id that sT'' S. : I It gives nee tether be7aadedemjuewgsi44
,00 prudent man, who has great pleasure to add Hut I caa lSaJ. '
4i ,*.nujar complaint. Ldeed'Ther%.ia hardly anyjaU*** within: ita.ranga 5.5'
family for will '
depsndest'npon Retpectfully
:; SHIP JTEWB. lector a day,the uijuranee of Lis support]it., neg I I ""* nis i> i ,oariaid a ,which is not treated wita bcL le nwB .( -, i' '
I :. l!. rtXTARCO AXO SOLD, as-l precision, tbt even a juan 4se most prul-* : .' 4
1 41: capacity cannot fall of undenMJdingiJJ and ,'- -
. POR7OF.J4CKSONVILL4APRIL 4. Annual J of Insurance of One IJundre-1 A. B. 'dc D. SANDS, ) ; ; Co. thus nary lezirnrngtAna itnncb which i*Dnposrtaiit' ,,"34. S '

Dc,1larsoi, a Single 'Life. 1't I I 100 PuLTQX-a'r., COKSCK OP 5 .5.5.S .fohmokp#: .' S
tTERED. : CuZl I also by Druggists generally & : i '.,From the ann thl list of the fcntaget? ,Ji '.

.. .. S.. I I t 1 Price *I per Bottte f and subjects comprweiid tbI.VaT ts Iaef..n& '
: MrcL26.-Sth. Michigan fchyl$. N. Y., o c.S t deci that all citizens engedld&irot1 aajao.ta ,. "

44 27.-Brig Oronoko, ffisk II, X. Y. 8P a i : ofcfol rti,f rf mny jenv*senUsi4vtntgis; .,. ,

BrigAnandale, Cfctaatj N. Y.y' 5 Ic4 .$were from tha possession and study of thlc paaljeatio jr :
;a'a $? .5 S.I : LIMnwng1tsj
a the foU2a'r b. .eeeinfly dc1gpas .
27.-Sch. O.Kn Ewfc!
.. April, 1.-Sch. Brock.Ville,Licwosom,N.Y.CiXAKED. S l &. ',= I0 For Sale in Jacksohf lIe! by Corum-n's ficera in brass, copper muIer.r.nd and:tin;bOUM3kecUt5a eouenl nd work- -> .
| '-< S -.I .u' -, irs oOteel En geueral; carperaten 'btiekaiakers; "'
- In the Circuit Court: ?jast workers in irory, bone,and hornj avfl ongiMerv '
X March 26.-Sch. El .Doradm r PLnckham, it 72 15J "41'175 EASTERN CIRCUlVtOF FLORIDA. Mariah.5'.5 satis-- railway contractors, and.-eontrsetws for esaworkan3 -' '''

New York. 15 77 I 56, 42 I 85 l't 340 .y, asoni otatery desthpon biectsc' i
;*! l March 27.-Schr. O. K, Ei4 Sarannah.X 16 84 t 162 43.1teI192 351 'IJT mas and bri4ge bep; builders, aiM maynji$imbrick1ayerr -'
i! 17' 86 91 16i 4-1'IOO 1913ti3Is C11ACEflT. .5 j sLip aailders masters itf vestislfc ship ;* .
: S o MAET KoLU her cam! J and 'others connected! With uJdiBge w
92 1 W 45 1 91 1 93 373 sby next friend, the> carpenters,
Ldst of LettelrJi 19 90 94'173' 48'l92t93 387I 'vs.EESJAJTUS S .Agput j 'of asa dockiaz sluips1.oek andpvmp'otakeit hemp' tJicsscrs
a ROLLINS."W"TPOX an'I makers; an.etttsfIlae3- JC ; k'pft
rAlM'f ) 9j 95' 177 47Y193'19J', 4,01 and,in rope
; EMAINING in the PostMarch ackoni 21 tl 9lt182; 4 1942c244J7 reading and Cling the Eilf Complaint 'dec'd, jStnth" And cotton- fabrics; 'manufacturer*'M epiasani;

Florida, Slit iO 22 494 .. 18. .49, 1'9,204 449 , A. 3on At 23 97 103 193 50.1962W4ft) of the said Uetaidaat beyond this Circuit, .the United} fini.ihej9, drawing .ft-amea,.willowy'and pieters, ,. ,
Albrittan, Noah S Jennin 13.rsnee 24 ,,9E1ff i 61,1S7,22G4752"10o It it Ordered, That s>hearing take |4dce on the mas' etc., connected with cotton,6.axsmI'wool mchlnerv '

Aeosta William 112:204: 52 202 237'490 facts and allegations set forth in sakj.tfil), W the York moral ; ealendoren, bleachers'sm<$ eaes pi
Allen, Mrs Ann, Eing & $ e i i.AflnSP3' '2$ 107 117211 3 210 259 524 24th day of'.March next;,'aad that n.copyoi r ydec'd,, tera; cloth folders and measttrert, 'and pettsmais-< .5
27 112l23217: 54 2l8289r549S tbb-Order .be pablwked.for the space cf three within terested in sewing machinery; anehbr and chain ncablts"
.& 6eoJObn: ;4ong, rL4i&Dd.et 23 '1 I Z2 2$ 5 2 32 321 578S months. previous thereto TTT* manofacturers;' cutting"and ,(voting'toolmakers "

,Miss Cassimirat Lynch, AJ 4 13 '135231 56 '241'56 605 'THO,.DOUGUV.S, Jnagec. fl. \ ; pin ami, needle makers;,t ail MM rivBt'Htaikers
t '- Lirnbui. C* 3 131 1.6 233. ,Z7 270. 423,627 A true copy: in the -Tb ; boli and screw-bolt makersjI'nail'entteTti .*.T
k Barrow,EtbeldedBrowavJno LieombVm 31132 142 243 'SS 314'4316503213146.25O .., S. W BA-wrrT. Oork, and the Seal of said Florida, of coiner;leather dressers andettrrier! c P 3f. : S9'3674t1 6.75 Court. the said rer*of greaJJ guns and small arms; and1enaakmbISCI ; 1

Brown, Win L Mann, 2rs t 14. 33 13414S 257 435.,491200 February 23, 1SO. C* .3. Sm sides out" and will* :and cracker ruVers; lace mftkert) ribbon'.iweareM
Brown, Geo L MinrFV4 24 'I'35 150.264 1 453't5O; 725 state sec- *rtone catters and marble BsUsow;dyvn, Atploth .
Bakei bane D Mart, .5I JieBigs 35 '1S 15L4.27S 62 ,47l'57'55 It it July,; 'washers azd seourers; eoopeio1 eideraad; ,
C1iL MnrrIBr.e.VF 36 : 281 63,490550 785 In the CircuitCourt : answer ,in, cliccsa mannfa tarer ; r wnj, erysta) arid plat

'McI 33' 1431 290 64 509 571 815 EASTERN ClRCUlT.tOFFLORIDA.' first at the gfeaa makers; sugar boilers and refiamjs,with proprietors .
Bryant,John L JfeKindrft ,Jii 3 143 170 305' 65 534"5,99 855 Lm ; to 'oT ntgar planUHonaJ ft BKfcct( r rsi tl
Backiarham JeGauAie'ManihaS II y, "f ---r v i It u railway, brouM"'r5bbeii.ud rd Jtoa|;iwh eJ, i< T
Ralph y 'Ibos 39 157.176311 66 559 627895 IX CHASCEKY. *nt
Bryan, \V01iom R'AIcCaHfe 14 40 169.183 320 67Z90 61l2945 'S.. "' be axle,aa4!priag makers; "enghrf drtf prt Sad pw-'t i. 4
.MAzTRoLt43s, ty her icxt frlcnil, Eastern sons"c4ancct
F ikJ&er ,J. IcROBERT'BAEERd&ent. vs. r/ ; week for and captains of sterna vettdt c&Maigeu***>!
BtJehn ? BEXJAXIXTTPON %f stationary enginesj lnmbifAde9Jrt an4 WBer *> "
XortCB, II. D. 1IOLL.&t4D.M. D,. -,3. ', ; 5 >, Lleeiitterma-et.1Igf_ &fm .. -
iWdrr.KIIBaflej Nooaaa, S Medtccl Examiner reading;the fore going aud the affidavit ,, otmw .
Ckariet I ,, L en'mery:com mUlerafand' egeQlose.dwk&Fni
;HJi;of,Peter Kparkman, whieb accompanies the : ,
Bayer 2korlie1l1&rch 23, 1850. Jy I boltlaand bran-aeparating sHaehJB f y;tenters-* '*,
v Prswdl, ame'on, motion James A.Pedon, Lq.,, :J ,[ ; : 'I2TXT ttkreshJBgr. '
; and ,using graiiMaeHhis
Barrowi,Sarah F /its MfrjTbat tbe time.Car .hearingthe .i persons 5
: C. ,I Feit, Ge4ie'B DfNGANDSCOURtNG'ESTABtISjIN.T: above cause be enlarged as moved, and,the S J machinery at TSstewia; bntl workers general;carvers} eiioar.mpere4, iirs;ksdTimiam tar H

IPod4uivir; game be act down forbearing at th.next Ttnaoii ,
makers ,
-of ,-
CvytonJohi lFarson*. Counties of the manafactBriog of g sy copper rViad
S : .. -. the Circuit Court to be bolden for the i j&' -' '
; linen anj straw KAkwi
Ct4 MriM Parson*, nfi*, A-O..T3 YORK8TREET AUcbu and-Levy, instead of .the, 21th. day of'H5Y | ? fabing; and'others paperi 4uitaxesteLia ipi. '
Imarbor m5str -T
C ; tnt.1 fij in owners,
Cczjej .
March next, as before order*! '
Coffin,AaUi, RkhardMo, imci-3 S (REAR.. Of'TIIE' COURTr 'nOUSC,) S'S TI1O. DOUGCAS, Judge, te. oanty,' ; ; 'dredgig machinery; wel1'Inters aris.esese3' '
Cooper,'Ml :JMary ACwfcy. R&nkLs.Ocrt SAVANNAH. GEO. At Chambers, Jua.ryhn5O. much of { -' |>uiloso1ierid oberensing taincrs hitnabl1 sp.4- St.'
Tbo. 5- -*44' '-" ., ratna anti instnaaeBU ragnieeftv
Red. Mj LTJtt A _:__ : man afl & .
CroawelLJiathCarter. 1)0 5 A true copy* *hs& ethere-ioterwtediB pnmphiff engines; mnoaa1 i&-'
Rfdgews ALEANDEGLLWAT'ETURNS 8 W. CA ETT Clerknd' the Seal of said year in cana&antl '
1 Len H ROM,JoRoger S ''*," .. .5' 4, '. eess ry 23 8 Urcuted aqnednetsyTarMaaJataeav
Crrriec. Chat MCaldwoIL W Ic R his thank* to hU'friends for the Court. T of laird !dott..q and othert naLog'hyiratdM)pretttnsti4: S

rhonai :' favors he has received since commenced .Feb.. .' 23',ISM."t: '', __, _' &-8m land !J4, Aancs, jack tjrews, eocmon and med cranes;
D.Dowlan. 1bertU'Rbeit business in this city in 1$32and would state to his --.5- to ',. 'worker?ia mjtals and alloys;tin pt*t workers; .3

Smart Jarowi JtfSteretu friends,and the public generally, that daring his S State.of PJortdat Vsissan County;; oie. : ? 'r 'anfactewheelWricObk' JJteM 5
DTZfl, Su tVia IISmitb late visit to London and Scotland he has acquired CIRCUIT-COURT CIIANCER ; aalhorohgbts,co4etcIi'-i'.. I

: ,, ? i. ,JZtM MAE various improvements connected with -- .5 ; *. The ptfbtf&enliivercxpended a? 4. '
EDi worth, 'WiDIanEffl rirei,;w.n. DYNAND'1tENCJICLE4N1NGwhich Jain as Hurray, ) CiMUII* 5 .
: *.'Jifn Tuner JJT w3eg tmet1v vs.* .i ThL1ozpIToEc; ; practical me fat :t is?country&*ad hspceoL 3 3am5rveryworkonth ,;
EIIiJobn-2 Sawles. Gorg he tratU >rili 3ablebimto'give general -Sngan Murray 14 ti & s bjwti, lg k r imLsbed **- : :
,. Stewart Jim* satisfaction to aU.who may please to &v t him TTTPON'readinir; aid filing $beDIU, of ComQJ i iY ia EnglaadvTrane Gmutarrj W.moajyu .

FI, FraLkk C Starrat, ThoiiiijP with their patronage.-, plaint in tllj cuaeatLd: 4pen reading the > essential parts of which-being esra p44ttimj$ .
Ladies silk sad woolen Dretsea 'Shawb 'te. affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant that ** % V and
Wm G-3 i&iiv.wi ; JL ; Dictionary;'rroderi a ;perfect nl.ad S
I FairfieU, Stephen B ,I Saddleyi/i tfls cleaned tad dyed'rarions colon;eo as t rive jfw&dsatlsfaeUoo. the said Defendant reside in the State of Georgia Court Ar.. sire M possible.Thep iliah r hav :tadavo edJ 1to '

Flood,faauielik SimmonsA i P .. Table Covers,cleaned or dyea, .as 5- It if Ordtnd, That the said-Bill be .hearf on the third .5 5 5' tue'gret economy in tvpe.so thsea..bpsg.iof 5- ,,:
FinI.yJohnF-2 f may e required. Gentl meu'gsrnena repoTstedin the facts charged therein, attha'Ccrart-Uousein, scribed f.Mr.. tha workcontainaAt least; aram8flhfsjttmbe*,. ,

FwiILWm Trab, ALien Y 4esme good stjle uIccwerIj,so .so&to be, the County of Nassau, on V edaeadar. the.;'J2J the I ,"was of words Tonnd in ordinary pages of t&t sua eliot .
FtLgW. ThonuM, .tniebi-2 surpassed by anydou. at the North, o dyed se day of Mav pextr ; f* years M3i3- This has *J3o> -p1aIwsrking.
u. Thomutoh, jlf it-3 may be required:* Ladie' bonneU, dyed blz.ek- Aud it v further Ortf iff//That a e py*'( hi 5'C05534 drawing oCamiJ "

.., & ; Tucker,Jui J--! cleaned, aa4 pressed in nyerior ftyle 'Lacliet. Order be pcbtisbedd iomenewsper'printd1 rate ? rtwn'. m onct toTbe2ti.4l'TI -'
OrahainAle1tHoddeO. Taylor Mebci and G ntleBi.n's Kid ,Glares'deaeed after-: the this District for at least three months TiefoWthef Sawan jaot '
; ., "- .5 *'
'GfG.o Taylor, Jffrt'AA; H1 '. most approved I/oadon fashron. .sjd4da.yfMayne. : "f Binney. f.-er ,< bphat'i 4eim&sm.: r ,
Mr. BI 'has 'THO.'DOUQIiAS,-Jofee-&fff Kti *o,. gardlMS Cce t, to mak*the'worts* fraak4ssin.
: HIEt* been appointed Agent foe 4 S '
; : the abov eatablubmant..raai will attend J; P. SADtRso'Solicitor for"CotBpiaJiiant, .- tossibfe? and4 w'hop J twwy.wn, -.-
lZsm.iL-2 tottherdeeptioa : ::Nob r22l, /. '1 v< ,';. ', 1 b* 'ie- obtain the work"wilt proovn A c* tsaetA Jttkers ,,. ,
And deli .(workin JacluonrilU o4
Wa P-2 very 5" .5.5 1ru oj >thor aid tbti tne 'arag the eaterpriflr*' *. ,.
woodsAJrs4; th.asrrooclinr .osaLr75 TerthinoE1rita.; I ,. .- '
HvbnmMrsM t" Mireh'2l,1&50so..- '3m : : : .51 .'. ; Tit:; *work will be tesue4beses14aslbb' asm"ti' .
Ebe&eter if t' > vif tMTMAdnSijfi&atva.mtti"r* ,
llarrtDrtoa; 'WtU Aefe.,& 1's'1 S ; ..
,.. ... 1 oTthftit.'Vnit i1 sW ]lJ. wi l Mtmfni1arilw.felrt1 '' t.4 l
Hart, fiesrjrt.H Wfl (MWriU.Vw.JJ ( ,? -S. 'j&rredouao I, C."C. f5es ntr j < }
t4gbH, f$ for the County cf Nassau,'do hereby j ertify thai in the The whole work will beIJabIISbeA d4t>MBVQe% '
D..tiiu.-2 wilioza 4 n the above i*a tree copy of the original ttxlor, ubn'Bleln \ TWgh *;1hl fleent pr number,sad IoruF4ed wdb. '

A'Wmu WavTenJIlp:4i: r' t&Mto*} '* *3ir&li&t > U* :* t S. Ja the h th3 carremit yea,l :A1sbal44ebwLIbIiaco.gentIa' '-

HweaaiD Wieo1Th1nIHiA & he {. It TST oxr.ivxzzx ar, I'Jtave'hVrtniidr' ,
November mths Lands in tbeiAtt dooda hand and'private seal'' (taerv being no seal oiwffice i : : drIe on.miitiDgc-publishri t6lo.bd.if.I p
&B3; LB'3f :;Tnt belongUg to the E 4sfPJ.jmchI, ) this 15th da/of Juiti AW180- !. _L $ ; Vance, shill receive thworlbi*!>r* ;A& *fa t, jxiaa Sb1atree
snlat1- ... ,
Wer, te I! nee of o( t* t -

3.bD.tEdw1' Wbitie ( rIIsek2 4t *=J of, .I**dj-, ..AUfcTf .5 flareh1t ) H' %i -
Whithey3fn 7 referwe**sbsbd Is lb.pvaLsMes4'ropousia 7tiSV 1tI( $sa5.' :

PwwJ apiJjrinr'iSf' Le'tteri In 3b'f ibre Urt,' '!- r fsrp.tehai. be tkb.ees t $ A41IitratJ1L fo1; 1 ne4reh. oT .l,:, ; Y1TU1:4 a1Qot1 n-t. '

t m'i S lip. eL1 tb' '
jhste' O latOot'.E every
I 7ebtbr1e0t" v LA 1ONT.fLa WM-- ibsU present our'i4a : eourt-l-o door,in the r towsf.wns.4He.4ann'jsythie ..
----S-S.-- ---S.- accounts and wnonert'to the Ildnorabto the be ew 1ftyef 1&tud:

: $ t.IIt Jsdg1'obstE for DUV2C01t7s'h4'afiRI1 | ,. .: 'S.
aetlemeut4dIs $ (rOIULbO 44JhOUIibqAt .s&
I ,. *p.- w t: $ate: .5

ift ,
$ 1.I .4 j
t RYiit$.ci tb .iev i vested # 11&w1 L.inantt. as 0tdsr'btbt41on'Isaae 11 ) ; ? _

', f.r aI I frait. fth C4 -. *sedeo w'*, liao ta t'T..ttiUai iu%h.mt ; required by law U 1> feto tlFirst ; t $S { ''
3edv1a July next. tb. folIow'dc be4 Are
i i'' I'1'1 .v "u.'j' V'' < y '
er'W' ancbtbS.ia, u-il j* L. SiaCo.nt $a1e.S4i nienee signaled OB

. 1 t&x di. tharcoAr r c jE SIftJI1( Janna-ies.. acre(not of t1lt4.'npjsulSI'4 .a
add UN MeeMUTtexpMiM iMiaW UieMt Vlsi p'by V Messrs. Bart ad wsaIagtsnsenss -

*a rw4n nrt land lying aboo lk Tow*t>f .3.MW1. bb&L.i'fir sale.beforlt1conrt Hsj k< Jac ;. -4ier itiii" S
ObsojtbL : (QflI
ai1I4N.i1Tovpi..rpgg,1m ? eforUo ?
-S ,- ,, 114* 4.54i bewLOt .1I1It4J ntI $ .5-
lbIn I : *

L ,1. yk.eiE4.l *.4i1.ot 1 wthcs Pj.i4iT4rcy 'tri.Moiy the tqwn' of Casabus; .(Dumbe'iaOt knOnbelgk -<>.Bd '
r Tb.. IAytnp tez
4DysJPhLA; oea.o t.g. osfar'tb., ." # 'qt'ed4'4 'J2r44jr.k / :
Cotnt.v 4fWoaoejT9r1.4Ue.rson -s : ; Hyr -

: 4hI.1&4 CouatvAt.ioethbetlti18 : -
dJ.1ateetste'g Ajri '
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S .7 ; .5S p.L **** t*$
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cost ftf one Ihim&hd (tollars. VV
frGhe eztendedt4 that Vi1ng
:- ;:.Ii ?rtift3 1? t ley and Fletcher are of a'good iM .for.framing, enylieadso myAfter'taking iaSOd flsb
of t'LJlff a2g
A matt byt&e awn* *
: ..The above t>lat jjcanntt) bo: pbsd.atts :
J&kwD)1ure.zht ic th e Sruparfl1 *obortime) ieaIth improved, V aa4
E.P.bT mj' MOtVth* anseo&PAToiitSiS,
1 Morel at less (ban three dollars Wet.; \T V _4 my thio&t is frop

:- cough and tightness of.lh C chest i4ever?! was ss ihis urn* VUIx3O4hA
1 .y.v' R JncrfAir! Srf cfaflak >>for G t.An .. L Yo heir quite-distinctlyvMy Jhroa** has ufl Dr.Towiaeud'l SaftSptr1lbe5oiiaS Qg5f sds
1JILne; ; e -a i > :"rJ>t aimujs' -, payable 1 entirely itinct offer from ttat abore, leaving I been well about tbxoeaonth.the cure of which rowa4 1s'4octor.i4

subscribers to-take their.cboice of,this wide a boentffecteiYeflLfrelb7 theuseof7QUrSM ever was; bUt ** % a*

ubepia* before the expiration ran go of premiums-either the abore'" offer brthose baU nals, and' the Ilk*.Tithe autuncs the tide'pUii.J4 tte Continues t*give nfa

.: Every we member now propoeeV of a-club'or: .any subscriber: sj.in riend, 'ou4 *:: gIIa t tot whathi is M1 rangemearandpay. o1iJtIhb r nh1TV

Adnrt1entenia ;i1 jnseJeVat'the following; any- other way, shall each be"entitled to the four V t g4tDs' LAPAwLA&Av.zi Enrats'MED canloa"the'public not to b.-d.etseda14 pnrehaaenoiM
following beautiful. AR orV ITm"rEa&n-i'r'-'wI m dangerous and bat the OUtVtftt ORlOIffJH OID pn- teohTowmatnaTs
re (of twelve lines for scriptural plates-"Christ's
) affection which has from the
alarming stage
Bebnke? Old
1. Christ Weening OveitJernsalemt Banapaiillav l bahugo.t; th* DtllMae
of, timootajMnly both at the innooin affe of infancy '
The Two :Mnrrs at the .Sepulchre V ," and the V De '1 4V and the tadre vigorous anfltnAture age of manhood -, | **. Us family coat of arm, aad his signature .
of 6'L,Petet, :; : // tfl : ,has at hngth et-tt*> bane-aVd antidote, V Mrots the coat of ems. V Bounty"LaHaISlfror
t di.eiug 't iivertie. Premiums are only sent when V subscriptions are V V tV
.. audits evil effects laid waste
remitted-direct to :l upon thp.eystenitey AngW-M l
V VJ 1 VVr VV ,
1iits ? the powerful influence offals' A I
account by 'preparation.
The Lady's Book for 1850 will contain several
1 1jefUd V Uifeagadue keterni
little of Mr. '-
WMe wood-cor
grand-child afriel *
to hundred *
| r previous J>nbli- good engravings. V
der attacked with scarlet which left Horseslost
was V fever,,
eation.Perroni. Postmasters and others sending Clube-twill
+ oblige us much by having them all addressed her in a V dreadful state; her f body'was, covered I V
at a dliUnwiicu; *:govern their rcrait- very .with-particles of scarlet eruptions; a-,large lump
to one name. It is inconvenience to them and
Ler d sad recelvad *ik' Orvke
like bilewidat least two-inches in
something a
to.I $ ynt15TP,1 | ttie will be favor to V V
: : following rates a great us: ter "and & nl
0 diameter, made its appearance the; shoulder,
OB* iquAr* (twelve ) published six months Premivms- to )Xe tovnt "tending the, target which broke and-discharged an almost Incredible 41 : V ; 4OU4f

f.ru (I jfi.: : -. -$10,00 : V number of subscribers qnantitr of most offensive matter sMbeeidesiss'largo :..I1aLg
fo VDfipreeentatlqnof
0 Two squares, for six tenths, ;15 00 Thejown sendingusthe largest number ofmail th ; quantity was discharged' roitt"Lhe + MieMtffofk- it teunrw V
ears,of offensive character.- Almost despairing l
avery -,
.c Notices to debtpn aqijj creditors, 10 00 subscribers for 1850 will bo entitled to theLady's aANlssARsApAMtLA. of ever stopping the discharge they made and a
Book for 1851 g.atis; and the next in number regulation*, govejrsoa
fr lettersV administration ,
Application 5 00 trial of BANDS' SARSAPARILLA, which effected ?
each subscriber shall receive any one of. the IN QUART BOTTLES. menLo, he is prepared: jto Undertake att.elafams75T
For announcement Candidates office 5 00 VV a complete cure, the:child hiring takingonly .
above # "V i -y *- T 4N.J*
VV V one bottle. For the beneI'of those suffer L yhatjund soever, hm1yiefr, .
No Address"" 1VV th.er1.**
annotaeement wiU be made unless the L. A. GODEY '
I same -- FOR1) THE BEMOVAL AND PERMANENT V ing from the baneful effects of this horrible disease, V ___ of anAgtiiejat thu V V :'
be aeeonrpunted with tb amount charged. 113 Chesnnt- street- Philadelphia.- V CURE Patrick will be pleased to inform any person Particu1arttentIlventd

Editorial notices' fjij 1wiIiLt4 'benefit will be Jan 17-ly I OFVVALLD1SEASESARISINGU, to the correctness of this,Ltamentlf they call the proper Mtilfc.*
: '
aarged double the rate c-f advertising.Kelixje'ns THE BLOOD OR IIAB1TOF THE at his residence in V *Exeter-it, near Fawn-st.- V V[Baltimore 'I mentofQaarteroasttNa co it* "' VV /iic-/e*

I. ;Obituary, and Marriage notices, will SPLENDID EtfGRAVl. ; V V SYSTEM* VJZ: V Sun. V a V Charges moderate >ajd regnlatedby tke smovntt ,hlAU

: V The following testimonial lo the value of clalniedamjthe
; published gratis., [t [ % V_ 'V ;Scnfufa cr 111%'* ertf, Rficumahtnt, obitinafeCutaneous -
the is ftornthReV.- communication to .
ti Cemmuleatlons mtplvmi, pintplct, or pustules on the Sareaparilla _.insure_ insert3oo4
mnstt be .Tfl T. SUBSCRIBERS ARE sow
post paid. prBusmso ANEXEGAKT
; ,t fact, blotches,V lilrs, riironicsore eyes, ringworm Wright, ft ed 7 yearsvCongregatipnal JSfinistier .4 ?riwOft 4i iau-it* AVi* TVr* Gt : be postpaid. i4 d..4.k;

*= KSTGHAVJXaOf vr fetters, scald head;tnlargemenf- and pain of: residing at.WpbornWoBL'nn /. VV '[ QLDDRo JACOB TOWNSEND V ;

: *i ; COPETZIO17ZCLIPD.. tho Death of the Her. John tTeslf y.XSCRATtD tliejbonet and joints, stubborn ulcers, syphilitic VV V ):V V
*k JBryscnr V
sciatica MassL. March,80th, 1846.Messrs. THE ORIGINAL PI8COVEB.CZ OF THE ,
lumbago and diseases
ef .TBK. BT1KDARD AMERICA PERIODICAL. IK THE HIGHEST 'STYLE OT ART, ;V ariting symptoms from an injudicious, ; V onds:'Gentlemen-From what I have GcBalne Toimserid Sars partll ArroiNEtuauifl.
vff'of mercury, i
4* 6 aad from the information have
BY JOHN SARTAIN; ESQ. acftites or drrpty exposure or imprudence tr received from a number persons of high V V Old Dr.Towwead U new about TD'yean'of ag'.and Win attend to Profefftraa1 businea the Covrto

Graliam's 185O.IE AFTEH' THE CELEBRATED- PAINTING life; alto, chronic constitutional disorders, $v. : respectability who have used your Sarsaparilla!I faa long been known aa th*:. PT Oan4 DlSfOPj- of thEastent Cirewxr; Florida,aad inVh.PNi.o'Ax *

k OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. 1ms Medicine has acquired a very extend V have not the least doubt but that it is a most valuable MfJfD r.RtRrt the qp4f5fjqVlCEPliit ORJfVlJfK ORIOWJIL., h* wa TOrTJf-*com : 1 Court lor 'he Nprthcrn DLrtrfct V of' Floridsw* V
.4 rjilendid number of j'GrahamV for Jan- Among the many good men who- have spent } and established:reutaton.wherever; ; medicine: and that the numerous certificates polled In limit Iii manuCictnr by which mean*-It kasV ? l

.N_ nary, has taken the wbole country by sur- their lives in tt e service of their ''Divine faster, it has- been used based its you have received of its efficacy are folly sustained- been kept out of market, and the sales! elrcami for general 'mBs1n *-In V the Stateresneethi* *

: yrise high as this Mag1inehu aLways stood In few ever exerted a greater influence for good than "entirely own V by experience, and although V its reputation and those only who had proved it* worth,and known lea grant and V donaticn tf lands,and the locaUea.
endetorl cirenla- did Jotni WESLEY. With high powers of intellect merits, which its'superior fefijeacy has alone utility are very extensive,and stand in no need of value. It had reached the ear of maay neverthelees. or selling thereotV !
literaryciocllence beautyIn he united efforts increase them j I want allwho a* those who bad been heated of sore dlteaMe, V V
humble to
"of : PMWD .
a gentleness disposition which ena sustained., The unfortunate victim of hereditary my v "
tion *nd reputation, IL Ias $ron already for 1850 anduavrd m from death proclaioied lea excellence aad Aiso: ACEST : "
bled him at the time that afflicted disease to become acquainted _
same ho touched the are by
and more "abundant laurels in the loud I dise.asewithswollen; glands contracted aVflflASPflI. V :V the : V.
greener f V for collection
tender chords of the human heart with the efficacy and of valuable mediC r upon, the iTnh.4 *
to convince power your
praise which comes from every quarter of the understanding of the truth ,: the I sinews, and bones half carious, has been restored cl : V V IV VVV HEALINO POWER States for ililitar/op other aerviees, njii
and importance of the 1 p as.tr
Union jjiTTie holy precepts of the Gospel which he to health and vigor. The scrofulous 'LUTIIER BRIGHT., Kaowlnf. i.4ay f far* a/.. thai be bid. by his skill.ctoBManii supplies furnished volunteers,and for horses or.
Edition ,devised rtiele which would
Firtt bj January number is experience an otter
promulgatedI V
,- And< when we take into patient covered Svith ulcers loathsome to property lost, M.which the 'United--Stale *
mankind when the *
V to
exhausted reUil: A. be of Incalculable advantnge
already ar1e us our supply was Prepared and sold, wholesale and by>, V liable. S
manifold labours of usefulness extended to a himself and his attendants iias been made menni would bo turnishsd to bring ,It into nalvmaLaotice. V14 ? V V V ,
thought-to- have been,* find A SECOITD EDITION pe- B, & D.> SANDS' Druggist and Chemists, 100 V Address JacksonvilJ 6ast Florida S
riod of more than half a century-that during the when i Its Inwrtnmble virtue would be knows ,
t>f equal elegance is ntie'jnprtrr. Tbe vast increase whole period an of whole. Hundreds pf' persons, who bad Fulton st, corner of William,. New York. V Sold and appreciated.'-This time has come, the,means are I
unerring rectitude
of Ks heretofore jhmparallelled list of sub-: manifested in his walk and course conversation was groaned hopelessly f years under cutaneous also by Druggists generally throughout the United V supplied : thlOKJIffDJIJfD' : ; ; : V

',. : KiibentJ o>ables the p&viis'r3 to promise their to wonder at the of estimation ccaso and glandular disorders chronic rheumatism States and (Janadas* Price $1m> per Bottle; six V UA'KQUJ1T.l.r.D PRKPJRATIOXto ATTORNEY ;
readers a succession OM inbm of beauty and excellence very high degree1' Bottles for 85. : V V mannfiicmred on the (nt'ett KKIA and lu-eaU.4 fmthroufhont &VCtiNSELLORVmAT;' VJACXSTILLE'yLA1V
with V
I Lie memory ia cherished, not only by and many other complaints springing from a the leontb wd brendihofthe land especial
such as can bf *wulled by no periodical I For saleVVJksonvulle by, -7 ,
in the"world. V ho members ot the destination, to the upbnild"ng derangement ofth&secreti'reV9ransand thecirculation'have V V J. I Iv as it 1s found Incapable of degeneration or d.earlora
; of which his 4Jd! exemplary n v29VV FOIMAN; Ooa. Will attend to >Ted
untiring energy V nisyjp
llioso who have alrv seen the / been raised a"s were"from
her need its excellence num icty EO much contributed, but by be fndy pic;'. St. Augustine, P. G: ZYLSTEA; S. ptitEsrcw, ; Unlike youngS.F.Townsend's.improve* with aa. to him lntbmCoseytsVeftht Eastern dienit; r ,
no iranccs'trf and for the rack of disease and with chant, but for the better because it
; of sect. i now, regeneraM LEWIS& AMES Tallahassee; G. R.UESDEICKSON V tad never is pre> and the Supreme Conr> at Tallauosaee. 'He
those who have not, wfl prefer affording the un every ? T ; pared tctenttfe bv a .' Tke has >/
i..il 4'-fhp efficacy frrmetpltt tcinliju u** I also such
The death 'of Wesley ted constitutions ly testlfj k Co., Savannah.' anr: advantageous connection
prejudiced'andfcncouVjfcpd praise of others. The was perfectly conson aa w kicked knowledr) *ofChemUtnr.and the lauit ditcov.eries able V with aa'x
press from ono end of! ibe I country to the other with the even rectitude of his protractrd life, and of this inestimable preparation. The tea- VJACKSONLLEVVAL of the art. nave alt been brought% Into reqnMtioa la Lawyer at WaihTDgton city; as will
adds another lo the proofs that the the manufacture of the Old Dr'f a prompt iind jwBectwBofmctfdsfnrtiu"'
S echoes' the public volet aa pronouncing Graham's I many "end of of'those'who Birmpnnlla. The P r-
have been cured its
he good man is The timony by 1 ::: :: rnmivbeplacedin: ,Vt) maadit araiasC
Msazineto be tho &bist skid most beautiful pe peace. closing scene of the ::,.ai : noeru to ? tHUniedtl:7/;
riodical that has ever ticm issued in any country li ife of this venerable man is the one which Mr.3axton use, with their residences, has been published THIS Institution will be opened on the first mealy medicinal properties,and some properties which tate. 4 s1ir

For ourselves, secure id the faith of our vast body has so happily chosen as the subject of from time to time: and were it desirable, amass in June next, at 9 o'clock,I A..M., are'IMIX or useless, and other,V which If retained la I Sept; I, ISi9-Iy.-; ,$|: .4. 'V tIC V :/1V

subscribers, we laura tcs* well as defy the his beautiful painting faithful copy .of which, of the most overwhelming testimony in V JACKSONVILLE, East Florida. :VV preparing it for use, produce ftmntatio* and, tcit,I VVVc_ -
efforts ot around graved in an elegant manner, we have thought Separate rooms will be' fitted up for the accommodation V which U Injurious to the system. Some( the properties V f "
t puny to steal the competition Lionel garb us. imitators Every at would be a memento which thousands would wish could be brought forward,: proving most of young Lads and Misses, where they of Sanaparilla are o vtlxlilt that they entirely ia.tNOTICE.< V j ; j 4JAcs VV
tempt by
produces a four which jwould,be discomfitting our to, to have framed and hung up in the parlour. In conclusively its inestimable! value. The afflicted will be instructed in the elementary and higher evaporate and are lost U the preparation,if they are not KTitts,August 21,lao.jv *

thing short of the brazen order to enable such as detire to do this to gratify and those who have not used this branches of an,English and classical education, preserved by a ictnttfc matt, known only to thoM V left Vihe-ftate 'for .California ,
any ryost pretensions. experienced la It* fnann&ctureMoreover, these voteS Having V ,! nartist
their desires Mr. Sartain menwill be fitted,for College for -
and ot
who -
stands at the bead medicine invited young
are to make trial of its !
a d fnnciplti which fly ofl'i*vapor or a* aa exhalation -raj jbasinesj V to CoL SaatMl-w
*jKK\V AND.SFl VDID PREMIUM. Ms in the Latin Greek classics
of profession in the United States, has been professional life and who will
virtues, and appropriate to themselves the under heat, are ties very imnttal V*digi.J prcptr- spencer, iij 'conjunction with Jlr.JJa- .
I: "TttK Fresr 'PRA 'Ji,** a large and pplcndidnieixOtint ingagcd to ecgrnve this, elegant picture in his benefits which alone bestow. and in thor philosophical' and mathematical, sci- lies of the root, which five to U all Its value.V ker. prosecute:all unfinished business to a: clod.' ""i7 !

engraring f ibaking a most exquiwtc b l est style, and, rclyicg upon an extensive patronage it can eTItUTWIS V V j, Any penon en boil or ctew the root till they get a .V The Militia claims Jrt my charge win be attenoV **

I :! picture for parlor cf st-ndy, is offered to any the price has been put so low that none who STRANGER THAN FICTION ARRANGEMENTS. lark colored liquid, which to more from the coloring ed to-by myself, in cfcmecfioa with Col,SpenearX '* V
$3 subveriber. This |rf cmium is far superior to desire it need be without it. The Engraviac iso f VV f i alter in the root than from any thing elM; they ca*I and vCoL Charts V
'la hermaa of '
offered a largo size, suitable..framingand will be V V ," THE yEAR win be divided into, four quarters, Ihea strata this insipid or vapid liquid sweeten with''V; and Washington, a
any elsewhere.,.fFL'BTHjfft f V aonr molasses, and then call it "SARSArMRILI.A every effort- rna&btw jointly to
4- on the,best of 'V of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vacations. proMern ,
printed quality heavy plate paper, V The attention of the is V V EXTRACT SYRUP. But such b the them to a snccessfia fe-mJtL V I have
I CHOICE. in a very superior manner, each impression Dreader called to the Tbe day will havejwo sessions: the first, or VV V V not V article to collect the no anthoritr

For Three Dollars,>& advance, (par money iif all the beauties of a first duu proof, presenting and following astonishing cure,, effected by these from 9 to 12 M.,: and the second, from 3 to 5 P known GENUINE u the V OLD DR. JACOB"TO WKSEND*I IV hare aIways.prthrbave money d: M. will be to a6SOIVV
the State from which lid is remitted,) one copy w illbofurniibedat u of Sands' Samaparilla: Wednesday mornings appointed may be appropriated ilacwl ia
Graham exercises in English composition and declamation. V V_ V thohandio/* J
and a* copyoIJRCE THE FOLLOWING rKCSCALLT LOW PflICI5 This is to certify that have a* colored woman V After the first term, no pupil will be received, V This Is so prepared, that all the inert propertie* of th*p select cal paymaster after the such aq.tho parties"interested' mar'* *
act Ftheir
AID ftf&NIIlCENT FRIKT, 1 Copy, 2 50 1 Copies, $12 DO I who has been afflicted for the last five years with except at or eatV the beginning of the- session, of Sanaparilta becoming root acid are or first of fermentation removed, every U extracted heist capable and; Ang 2J-tf (New ..jSSpenceV V RERr.YAVVV reEef.

by distinguished cncriver,; and which may bo 3 Copies, COO ] 13 Copies, 2000 Scrofula, and all the remedies I used had no effect and no pupil for less than one term. V rejected; then every particle of medical virtue secured :_' __ __ V __
considered one of the r/foet,beautiful specimens of 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! in arresting the progress of the complaint: on the Board will be provided in Town at reasonable la a pure and concentrated form; and thus U to rendrd .
I art ever presented byi aiiiy magazine publisher.And .- contrary, she constantly grew worse; and after rates per month, for pupils from the country; and Incapable of toeing any of its valuable and healing ; :is. Bals.crr.: a

also, a new and U$>utifnl engraving suitable V SotLat members congregations and others, expending between $70 and $80 with physicians, parents' and guardians,who V may desire to avail properties. Prepared ia this way, it to nude the awai ATToR4)tT1IALAw: ; cJacLe4vii7e

for framing, of a Sacred Subject, by sending together and forming clubs,con obtain besides using other popular remedies without suc V themselves of the facilities of this Institution,'for .powerful agent in the V V ? V

4 -1l j -, this most impressive picture at es, till the disease had eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and others, may be Cure of innumerable disease FlLZVV

!::1IRffG rIIZ 8iIOvi TO THE TOMB, Only one dollar aud.a half Vo a !!! f her nose, made its appearance on various parts I assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Hence the reason why we hear CDmnwndatioas on Wm practice in!th-several Courts fathTSit5*

prepared expreedy- tat a very heavy cost, as a copy of her body, and had finally commenced its ravages : the health, comfort and progress in knowledge of every side la its fhvor by men. wmnen,and children.V* era Circuit of Floribitin the V. &District Court
Premium Gift to new*; subscribers to Graham's unrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her month.In all who may be entrusted to the care of the Principal. find it doing wonder in the cure of Northern District u! tioitIa; the SwpremeCovtat ,-

Magazine.1 Or, deifr4. we will furnish in lien; nineteen figures% representing the following persens this dreadful situation, with the propect of V rV r RUFUS K. ciEWALL, CONS HJIIJfT UJP TIOJrD YSPEPSIJI, and LIFER CO.Y-. Tallahassee- and claims before CotW*
of either of the aboTe'jtyats a- complete of our from, (of many of whom accurate portraits are gIn r; death :"staring her in the face, I stated ,her V Principal. PI/.KS: COSTiriWRSS.all CUTJUfKOOS fK UP t grew and tho-beput4imts of the GovermMBtatvv -

mezzotint portraits oftfc*I e PEA originals of great rarity.) case, to Dr. Dieosway; the agent for Sands' SarMftrilla TICJfS, PUirLKSBLVCTHKS, and all affelioaiiarl hingtoa. j *
j ucioxr |- TIIEL1TER ED DICKIXSOX.Bev. in Newborn, torth Carolina, by inj from VV .7. McRonnnr V
-f ( JOSEPH BRADFORD. Jacksonville Female Institute. J
whom I was advised to uso that--article and to U1PURITY OF THE BLOOD. VV V V -VVVs'
'. ..: _. : *. irAsico. Mrs.Miss CHARLES WESLEY. my surprise and that of my'neighbors, to whom -It possesses a marrellon efficacy In all cnmplaiat art Sept.6-tf_ ___V HV s_ ..
I 4 0 For.Fin D9hn, Xf Copies for one year,and THOMAS e&B4H WEBLEV.Rev. her COM was known, after using four and ft ballV rfWE Committee of1 Direction has adopted stag from MtguUtn, from ..1t.uUtiifUiStnuuM.tmeiaoennal *
i acopysfeithcroftbr1fltetOeaCbUbICTibr. n AXE ix. bottles she was restored perfect health,and that JL the following; regulations i V V V circulation, determinatioa of blood to th*head JZSROd4TVflAB U,

I 1 Vift year, Mrs. ESTHER Axx Koomg. I in the space of three weeks, and was able to work: The Scholastic.ear is to consist of four terms palpitation of the boast cold fwt and hands, cold chills cwattis
Miss HITCHIE, afterwards Mrs. MOHTTMEB. and hot flashes over the body. It has not its equal laCMdt L.Vy ,V
acopyoftheMjaabrtOhc Postmaster or per in two weeks from the time she commenced tak- of eleven weeks each. V V V
ron fonning the CUUv and either of the above Bev. JAMES HOGEES. j urit.V Orthography, Reading,Writing, and V Arithmetic and Congkt ;V and promotes easy *xpetoratlM Co3nrrstorua OF IjfeEBs AlabamaTGeorgM-
Master JAMES KOGEBS and gentle relaxing stricture of the ,
pertpirauop lungs
oflVlrtiU to each subscriber. a child seven years of In witness of the Tbe above with South Carolina, Norifc Carolina
Prints,or a set the truth of this statement I have per term, 84.- English throat, and every other parLLV ; VirginiaMain*
) For ,jKm/yr/>oflM\i Eleven Copies for'one age, only person now Ihiog who was then hereunto affixed my names this 19th day of Sept. Grammar arid'Geography,. per term; $5. The But ia nothing Isles excellency more V manlfettly V MI, Pennsylvania*Connecticut and iHisisrippfcTR"JtJen.

-carand spyofbcftbe Prints, or a set of I present. V 1V 3-17. V above, with the higher branches of an English end acknowl ded thee ID all kind and stages of 1 1350.
Rev. JAMES ,
i& the Portraits ( each fj grnber,and a copy of thC ALEXAKDEB CEEICHTOX.Bev. V JOSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. education, embracing Algebra, Geometry, History V V FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It V W'tj
"I Magazine to the Postijrvteror' person sending UOBEBT C. Mouth of Neusc River Craven Co. N. C. natural, mental, and moral Philosophy, Botany work* wonders IB eases of fttr 'Jllht or, fTMiUt p. Ksoir '
t : Club, with a copy of thj>f the Urge Prints as an ERACKENBCRT. Chemistry; Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, ftllmg fftJtt Wtmt OkttnuttAvSappntttJ. or PvotfulJUouet --V V V V V ; sAsnp( ,
additional premium. Bey, JOHN EKOA BE>T. : Logic, and Evidences of Christianity term, Irregulfrtty of tt* awwual perinrf and the ATTORNEY ASC iTOCSSO. &VVATVVnw, VVVV
Bev, TUOMAS BROADBE\T. ULCER CURED OF SEVEN STARS $;. Each quarter Jo bo paid to the Treasurer, like; and to a* flectuat la coring all the forms of Xi4HtyDituut. ,
p-'rForthethmnknth those V V maovw'tile oftte rfitri
nf formingClubs Bev.GEOBOE WHITFIELD. STANDING V V : V V HAVIXG Columbia
,, Bev. JotATiUN hindrance.VV V V V V V By removIcjobsIraelhns, and V the r -to Jaeikjonviile,. DuVat"CxMUit r5respectfupir
TO tn conhfctjb wt& other Publications EDMONSOX, The Scholars will be under the careful instruction reguTating general <
Jomr hORToN This effected system,tt give-ton* and trcngtlt to the whol body, inform* I&M friend that ae baa L
C erewjllsend Esn., one of the Executors of cure was in July, 1844; of Female Teacher.V V V V assev*
+ an experienced and thus all ihrin of V V
1 .f i Mr.VE.'LET'S Will. cure* V rNervou : claiM with ,him. |t&4 practice of.Law
One copy ftbo5l4igaii.. and One of the Saturday there have been no symptoms of a return, Provision has been made for instruction in Latin -- *diseases and debility, brother,,$, .VV. SUjeaiox.. his
tr Faidr.DoUart.C Dr. Jons WniTEHEAD, Mr. WESLEI'S Physician and her health still V continues French Painting and V Drawing, and Music, V V V V VI : ;
Kvening'l'oRt ] "
good, July, and thai prevent or relieves a great variety( otbei V V Tho firm will be rsjirewnted at each and .
Ik. >neofth Magtziuert.n Two of the Post for and Biographer. 1848: for'wbich additional charges will be mado.V maladies aa-Sftnal Irritation. Jftwilfia; St \rtKi'JJinti Term of the Circuit \fart in the several Coantie everj,*
FtreJJolUut. r- j, A Medical Assistant to Dr..WEJTEHCAD. The first term commences on the 8th. of October Svomtmf, F.fittftt* Fill. Crmlm*e.' of the EasternJndi /
< Afew J Jt .Circuit
4 Three copies of thoIagaine and Four of the Agents, for the sale of this line work of art, are V v > July 25,18-14? next. V V It cleanses th* blood excites the liver healthy action V Hamilton in" tho Jl3rt4li Circuit, thetCoun3y4oJp: ,

lb Post for'TV* DoUatt, wanted in every part of theUnited States. For fMcssrs. SAW*:-Gentlemen-I consider it but Applications for admission are to V be made to tone the tornaeh. and gives V good digestion. r-: Court at TaUabasieol.anJ the U.,S,tbeVSupvem.

Four copies of the Mttraziao and Two of the Poet f further particulars, address an act justice to you to state the following the Committee of Direction. lives lamination the bowel of torpor and conttipatioo. allay la V Augustine. AH .buJtues* voor* a*
V V V purifie the iktn. eqnalheS'tiie cirentatio) .their
4 p forl&ZWfars. GLADDING & HIGGIX1 facts' in reference to toe J.; M. DANIEL, rare
f Publishers, great benefit I leceivcd in V f the btood. producing gentle warmth equally all ovr wilrreeejveproniGktenon.V ,-
.; 4 the Magniae and Nine of the Fo !t Methodist Book Store, Xo.'-40 North Fourth the euro of an obstinate CANX-EHOUS ULCER on I Dr. II. D. HOLLAND), the body, aad'the insensible penptwrtda t relax** all Address-J. P. &lS. W. SA. V

t k. forTcr Dollar ti'' Street, Philadelphia.This my breast.I V V A.V M. REED, .-' ,itrlctun sad tlgbtaen, remove all ttbstructhma, sad sonville, Dural Ccu fry. Tori/a. -
4 .cCRt.t1TO TOWKS. Elegant, Engraving. will be farnUhed, was attended 'eighteen months by a regular, V Committee of Direction.Rev. Invigorates the entire nervous system. 1* ant this then Jacksonville,Jn Jf, ; 0. ; VV'V

1 wholesale and retail by-the Methodist Book Es, and skilful physician,assisted by the advice and I I. SWART, Treasurer. The medicine you pre-eminently need! V
The P ost Office 7>fkn |town in the Union,from counsel of one of our most able and "
tablishment, 200 Muherry.V8a., New York, and experienced Jacksonville July 7. 1849. Bat can any of thes thing*be taldfif .P/Towmenifl To Private -
% which we baH reociTp liarreatest number of subfcribers by their Agents throughout the United Mates. surgeons, without the least V benefit whatever. V hierkir article T This Tonne man** Iliruid U ant to b* VrtiVI.rc1

t I tOii'tGrahamV Magazine," during the The purchasers of this Engraving will All the various methods of treating cancer were MI8.A.VMeMAXLYKES COMPARED WITH THE'OLD DR'S, tbeof V

year etweea 4he jPjst*} January, 1850, and the bear in mind that this Plate has been please resorted to; for fire weeks in succession my breast ) teeanf* of one GRAND FACT that the on* to tT'iIfKTOTICB
I first January 1851, it4 b, Magazine to be mailed Mr. SarUin expressly- this edition engraved by was burned with caustic three times a day and I this method to announce to the pnbJS. rABUB of DETEBCOR to such Post Office t& it and that for idx it with solutior lie V that aha will keep open her BoardingHouse -. is hereof gen to each- 1 or tnbscnbers through ,) the impressions will,therefore, be all of the first was daily syringed a week I 1: NEVER SPOILS. and .'.r7-:
': chall.be entitled to*ajfOnunnaneeef the whole der, and not such as are taken from uxmdhand or: of nitric acid, and the cavity of internal ulcer was during the winter I for the reception ot while,the other DOES V .h. C1aimantoftbeVRorGrati,. .
a Boarders for accommodation J tnntf.'fnoitnf, and jj.VIn the
number of subscriptiongraiwtouily, for one year English Platet.VV so large that it held over an ounce of the solution and the of strangers leotUr
p after the expiration fh ,year for which the subscriptions V V The doctor probed the nicer and examined the; or travellers generally. Grateful for the very lib* llqniJeiploding and damagUg other goods S Must, not Ralph .W.,North,Alejtaader McKar.andArthgr11

p shall bare bcetif paid. bone, end said the disease was advancing rapidly era!patronage hitherto extended to.her,' she will this Horrible compound be poIsonous to the system t M. Randolph, have bc9nt! ppointedbyr u krt

t The Magazine wiU b> Continued on, either to "1 am a man, and deem nothing which relates to to the lungs, and if I did not get speedy relief by spare no efforts to'give satisfaction to alL Her irititJ ml add lit.a system already rfiiftterf MtU odd t signed to survey saidF L-acd,, and VVLaYO {

the subscribers theme Js or to the agent through man V foreign to my feelings" V medicine or by an operation, the result would be house is commodious, and situated in a pleasant Whal cause Dyspepsia but acid T Do we not all know signed to their several, _. of operation,and"are
whom we may receiv*' Uie orders for quantities, V V VV V fatal.-.I was advised to have the breast laid open part of the town. * now ready to enter OB lh( ir duties. 1*- V -* m_

.. and to whom the 1ckaq packages may be directed Youth ft Manhood.* and the bones examined; V but finding no relief Jacksonville OctI1, 1819. KjtakVA it produces ItweMF 1 M flatulence MI |M*> ,-**heartburn-*- -,_palpitation-- _tr of_ _the, M All those holdfnr dthior who hsv**, p.iff..1

.. ,:or to both, if tff* should be both In tho AVIGOROUSJLIFE, from what had been done, and feeling I was rap : V : V corruption of tbYblood T Whwla'&roraTa'but claim to any of the Itm-ia in question, or who maj'

: same tows,as th ease iqsy' b READ11 OR A' idly getting V worse, I almost despaired of recovery -JACKSONVILLEHOTEL._ humor la the body 1 What prodae** all th humor aa acU have anykn4wledgcfVttI lines. and-corner* '* >

4 ftfc: Postage on all let w to be prt-paia.. Addms. : Premature DeatkuK1NKEUN and considered. myVV case'nearly hope which bring on Erapttau of the SkIs, Scald Head Bait their respective clauail Me respeetfolrr desired t-*

.-' SAMUEL- PATTEttSONfc less.Seeing V ii, Rke m. Erysipelas, White SweLlings, Fever Sows, sat come forward with afl 1 fenth title papers;and .ri-
Fob. 2L. W Cbosrmt St. Philadelphia.GODXTS ON:SELF PRESERVATION. various testimonials and certificates : It all ntoeratioa* Internal aad external 1 It is aothiar ai dances locality a* Uidaiiy beta their'power't* '
the doe heave*, but an acid substance,which produce This kthbniir :)
I V cure by use of SANDS' SAJSAPA&ILLA,in cases ours,sad thus eeialbPae&.rsboV
'4 LADtS A BOOK FOR V Only 2 3, Cents. similar to my own, I concluded to try aV few betties spoil all the fluid of the bodjT;awe or lea*. What as romptness in this particular, o% the- eart"or3''
1850. finHE Subscribers having taken a lease of causes Rheumatism but a gnat or MM fold, whteh laslai e1imaitswin
: "> l { fjnhis Bookjust published, is filled with useful ,several of which were used, but from the long M* itself greitr1ffit&te operaoto )
JL iwmtlMjoiais
_-,- the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr-WOOD sad eUcwkem. Irrtta- the
JL information on the infirmities and deep-seated character of my disease, produced no slug aad ladamlaf th* delicate tissues surveyors the fowition of theft wort-'*IMf7
Companion letveep. :Godey and the other of the Generative Organs. It diseasilf very decided change.Considering this as the only respectfully solicit a continuation of the extended MtsI V So of nervous disuses of Impurity apes ertnbloo whisk the better enable''tIle Gverument'tobrthgthi'an V

1 .' alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGre itsiE. probable cure for my ease/1 persevered until the patronage this well known which has hitherto been bestowed upon of tfmnnd elrenlatloa. and seedy alt the all"**i* surveys in question 'ft epeedy : saUsfiwforr T.t
To all who apprehend or suffer under the disease was entirely cured It is now over eleven establishment. In order the better while afflict human aatur*. .V VV V V termination.* LI -
I 21 841 the Lady'sTho gave 916 pager,which consequence of early prolonged indiscretions- months since the cure was'completed; there is not to merit it, they have enlarged and thorough J4,w I Is K sot horrlbl to stake and selL sad fafafitemtftf V The districtS ass1g ctthe sUrYIyOrIV VV fo.Tt1ui'

'IS ill more thaafcn ,ond 148 more than the to all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary the slightest 'appearance of a return. / therefore ly repaired the building, and adopted many improvements to a e tbl* V V V: V present, will ba as ft'los:V .Commencing as'ak'

.I other Philadelphia' m. ttil>. He gave 281 en and baneful habits-to all who in addition to pronounce rnytflf WELL, and the euro entirely ef- to promote the health and comfort of SOtfRINO,- FERMENTING, ACID '4 COMPOUND" -! centre .point, at PieIa aon the St,John's, ana,
gravings among which irene twenty colored,and their guests. The old friends of the house V '
J declining physical energy'are the victims of nervous feted by SAHDS SAKSAPARILLA I took no other V OF S. P TOWNSEND, extendinthesuryry* 'itortb. and southr odit.t1;
ninety hree falpsef-wk14h is 133 more than and mental debility and of moping and melancholy medicine of any kind during the time I was using certainly deem V it an advantage that the table will ladjet he would fain have It understood that Old Dr.JaITA -V sides of the river as the shmomay be decigoate& fMr.Btnmwillsurvel'Joojgrantsin
- I one tut* 180*oro thaii tU t.Corfu's V be under the superintendence of sob Towuands
an Gz.aiI
-- despondency. Dr:K.would say- it, nor have I taken since. V experienced Origaa4 SI.OIpmdU&V1S U tM-
any tkat'portwsi--
I lady'* Jlo6k far 1850 shall surpass that Please excuse this V tang deferred V Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves they I'lON of his Inferior preparation 11 V V coratryTyiiig Immediately

;, of 18J9, and exceed all uanxInes, past, present V V iREADTHWBOOK.'The ment, which think it my duty to make acknowledg Your shall not bo rivalled by any. Hotel in the VZOuth, '. II d valbHHdthat beat w* hoaJddeallaaaarUetwb1cK! John's, from Keolat <' the month west, andnorth oft tha. St.fI*
,. I valuable advice and impressive warning it being now enabled, by the constant steam wot mMtdUtaatrttblaBeauB.P.Towa the
,, valuable Sarsaparilla cured me, with the blessing communication ( artielt aid which should north line of the&j te, Mr. Noamts.' in1 th2
Terms jCan in a pwd and gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering, of divme Providence,: when nothing eke couU; with Savannah and Charleston, to have ffi )r.inch! a movatala load of complaint l bitag dews*and upon crimlaa the distriet eommencing af PfcobiU,on e east bankj
annually'Thousands of laves. V the of the
save I advantage fine markets of those cities tlOB of the St.John's
and feel from who have
myself under lasting obligations to Aguts sold and ; ana extending down saldstreans1
-juoHincKiT Ji > xnpsjvKSubiarjBerih P1EMIVMS Parents by reading it will loam how to yon. In addition to pnrehaaen who
prevent JL can say many things I cannot write,, and 1 do they bring the business an experience have used B. r. ToWBMsd' rtMMiHTUtO COM between the river and;ocean, andTnorthi'.to f
a Clyb t* tingle 'Suxribe r' the destruction of their children. V: V V V most respectfully invite ladies afflicted as I have V of many years, which will V enable them to O4ND..V V V: State Lne. Mr.'Mc3Ut In the district htirdwte '*

.mcoi6dfeie4'Engravngs. ft* remittance$ of 25 cents, enclosed In a let, been, to call upon me,and I will satisfy them fully jndge.better means of attending to the wants V\'#. wish Itiad.rutnod.becuselt is the $ t freitl, on the west side of thJobn's: south'of-Pie.i*
I- J <*. terVaddmsed to DR, KJNKELIN, Ni, W. corner of the.truth as-, stated above and. of,those who visit the mild dflmateVotflorlda,for thats. .Tow stile).sad Old DrjJaeoli'rowm V Vsear. lain antl Mr. RAMDO
other ; .FU in the district ,.
CM dollars many-
copy one fcartbree with two : V VV t Sanaparilla nc>
I any of THIRD & UNION Streets, between things in reference to the VVV the purposes of health or pleasure' are Am.Vs..ieVq.rt 04 Vtsftsiuty lug at Pieolata
J ftboroUowi gfpleiKtidpr minmplatest "Death- Jt Fine PHILADELPHIA- V VV V case. The. diaIiitdP;.tbUt they are unlik lae ;on the4S4baZik of tteS JobaV
I Spruoe ensure I a INCEXJ.SINO reputation which the climate parucula
v.JotiWsi '' V ?4M'CYVJ. MILLER hsvuu and running south *"* <*>! *.*
Bed oftho E T Prea h1ngiatbsGweaapAmphJtheatre | cot one single thing ta V /
; : Wesley book, under envelope,per return of maiL' VaV V of Florida possesses in the estimation of the MediM V It j is
sIonfnth. '
8. P. requesteeItbatslX infer _
'America "- Townsend to no doctor,and io t
; 219 ,Sullivan str et.V f9f eyr wav I* so Vp
Faculty toe
(;aided by Wisdon4 Gien Taylor and .Old } YEARS V V cure.of consumption,, and eh.bei.L no phumaesutlst-ksewa no more ef medicine session or power of this filatmauts, be dttetry eo ivmvaieated

TVntty/4 Likeaesef f Jho llev. John Wesley; of extensive and oniuterrupte'd practice spent in Sixes* CEUCBB/TKD SiisAPAttjuJi.>-.This excellent other pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increase v* 4so than any other*Miasaa:*M .uicletae.uapn A-; to the rcroeetha surveyorv the, bettef,.

Do'Ofhis Co- *borWJ to*Rev.John Fletehen'! this city,have rendered Dr.-Iw the. most expeitandsoceessfnl eomponnd wbieh is V creating such universal winter of travel tothis those State who; during the fall and tion thef 4 are raaa.r.whAt/MrcaXM receiving a can the subtler have that V to enable them to deftito sod esUbQgh.Uj) %trtt* 201.
montiuVof leek genuine eln.tlaq.
the relief medicine .
af- cation
and bomndariol
the last two though I we practitioner torj and near, in the interest throughout the country has made pftliie i
i Hapfwate engranngs, forded 'milder talrtng all the virtu orme articles ired In
treatment of afl dUeases itf' Into the favor ;atmosphere)*and in view of preparing,,
V of a mature way of "citizens
j count 04 imly OMpromlcttiu private our this the aadf which ar* Incapable of V
J .,. Two copies tot' fi r*dol} t*, and any two "of? the' Persons aQicted with ulcers upon the body, throafor and the people around nsy; 'We have read-again their V fact exertions subscribers to merit the tare determined that d r>em the-AOKMT8 of DiweiJiaM d ofhialtiT ST.Oct.Ue.

:r I bO'1IfltSt.4&dRflber... l V legs, pains in the'head, or' bones,, mercuri 1sf and again of the efficacy of this valuable medicine patronage which shall i Bit what*Ie should be ezpMUd from one who knows V V

a ,- Five copies for tea jLuUani,and an extra copy cr; rheumatism., strictures, gravel disease arising but not until .reeently< have we had any be toil bestowed upon them skull be without regard to V notf Dfcomparatlvtly of nwdlcia* ci tUaaaset It r-. f--V %_ V--i._: _
.; ; tb UMk, 1 ere a aommon deceit meal. 'Bow ; IElICA&ca11
V fairly of it. .Cut BUFFINQTON&.COX. | lnU hVVmoVI V VV
whereby the Constitution bos become froifset in V
enfeebled our. VV,
t-.: ** aeodiegth* Clphui ; possession* we Vj *ufIs it thiS tIpa.penotttwha naaoAclare V I VV VV V VjtcnltQTWJLEUCUAMT
Eleven enie for are all treated with success. : are cow well convinced that, without VV/ K iVbMCIntVV
'- twenty jnollan, and M. extra : V ; any excep 4\\ *d tor w &i=*fc pITOMACH
; t copy of the Aookv and *nrheoftho abore enmper ; -- He who places himself under the cart of Dr. K., tion, it Js.the JurcsT, FLSASANTwnvand BEST j Richmond Republican will ABDUJiL tYIiVi1I V TO" ,
: h. V may religiously confid in his honor .- :compound ever offered to the public for:the VV please copy $. V
gi'svlpgst. | perso* #tfag the Clnb/ aa a gentle.man .cure the above until forbid.MAGNOLIA.. V I ** ihojld know Welt(h*>nMdIeal properu** of MBJiuJth .
l J -z-. Aiypon4 sending ftri dollar, in adfsnce, and confidently rely upon his skill as 4 phyi lj ofafl chronic diseases, rheumatism and scrofula *e i niaaaerOf vcnrhivajuiCMieaiAimtUritui.iLuii TkR. LVNiEiEEW & BftOmo.treep.q4

aubscdpUo for 185Od 15i, will bo entitled U rIn. V V :- ana au impurities or me wood. together with I vIItIII&IO in sxeaastvo knowledge OftbVXIUuIdI. fully toyd* atUiOio* to tbeirfresbgtookef.
I :0 j.j'emons at'a distance may,address -Dr, K. many other complaints, ,, .* HOUSE, ss whisk* t the huma*iysie* ss how to .dspt Lnglish,French,"GonoaQ and.Americas Drascs. V

; .. by letter, (post-paid.) and be cured at home. ': f iJtVasso long>een remarked'that th* rage Ison le VV4llV V V msei 1*thes*diseases k.V *: V Medicines, Cneiilcals,1)) Paints, Oil<;]
e ilija to
1 oJerz.* 'PACK4GE of MEDICINES, DIRC "nostrums and nostrum-venders" thatwe strut fluds upoaIh satbetuask,to peu Olassware, Perfunmtf Patent' JleVUeU &j- .

-3 or' 'twenty> dooars y- ri In iVjLn cej- ten copies of the TJQNS, |cc,, forwardedbyRnding remittance; hardly dare woommenda valuable.dteoovery.i 1'I wen known csUbllabmnf has oI ipliPlag bshg into bo.nm wonded Ioeiken humanity.to bUaltktad-ldnee kiadl. hopo, In the do. Having opened a NewtStbre.No. 2SW SarkeTtf
the sad
., J'4Dw11LbIWt,1Mt Icopycfatb'rr andpnt jop secure' ,from front DAMAQE OR'CUmrtsfrv Medical Science, lest jeopardize Oar repu V,1.V Ite1fldOTtVODO thorough yjV4I Issnhe crnzbe4 aid brukes. sad to bealak vlgom witb a filiywppJr 1 >"* > tation for tullrairsaha;
r' incredulity and consistency! but in this OLtIOflND solicit eoustr/eolen
aetitto es4b aubse ? > *nowe6pene4 for the reception o ,we"respectfully wci-
,# Ady'.l3ookan&i ID Cin- ,w hesitate.not to juuard Oi remark p4n7m. ori.m m tie.OVPPOflUlt1 d means to heist his

4: .. engrsvIuJI4 rasserf anda1L'4berssupplie& *with, -the V above V w14wo1aevmadesbov."* I V I The weU,earned reputation VV( which this House V promising on an) t'l v *V>taay

I ,,7 work a* er> loir"rates.; ; V' has acquired,11 i lithe intention the present pro- r extend to tu their p4fcnre,to sell them geamfaM

#SOEB THROAT'1 prietor to sustain." v 'IVV ( "' YVIVth$ **ek,sad.tO the knelIdII ofati who seed ;Drup.ae4edLfiaaioi HkfjL

% : n. JACK.S05VU.WB ACADEMY V ( Every accommodation win. be -&xtendeotberiwIUfin&' pjJoffi1sxpsV: other house:tnJth bit?. Wi1 V
V alhi ,_ts.ntreete.t tte
I V : mHB6ECOND TERW'of f Us 3fn (itnilU lettel this gueiti.iOTaii6 hettseo e1r U tnveHersvsnd vltlsltna flVVP *eritd U L- peaniCI V
I-*' fea.to4y> Cook twentyfiveI .JL 'win eomme'nce bri'Monday next, September received from Airs. Be van, who! had been With edfaflingUiesouth, :
I- : iaiiti4i -l i.i H Ao4ri- *., M. 'weeks t' afflicted several piazzas, ftei-long, with court yard
i ( 1e.ch'qMrter'-J2 original rte*. yers.with Scrofulous Ulcers} tftoM1 and *
TM 4YI rIoc print*. jTbts i :Whin payment' (is fpadisfrirLl, ** fy'edvancr( V Vecentfc wf'affection ioomntaremUgib1-protactel slIuat4dlag.iad freat Borfticait'Wlndl.Jlheof V ( 1 V qualittbfI1 LetISist

: pUhis mnnyportraiU; Misses will.}* received for1 a perjod of II weeks thrqat cbet lali4lnl sJryr sh Aui.:23.IL: -
: 4a ti ftiA pbitlj atre'' eon- in eadr pie V ? tn&o.beLnguswTb4 Ihusobailt : ; F': == V
at the '
< Unj following r | f gf "V V w* 5 Is lathed and nted&e >J WflrdTlJ 4 V
: : east on* thousand OtIqfl4lV ff V RatJfytburg Ya Dtc. J3,4845, T firbBittMpMritf( < 4Bparpow i* *l -j"T VV.m VVNOHCC : V FeMeeib
: ,4 Messrs. A.U.A I).JSAsnsuBefore I With the V r ($Mdlsrd and
I Mmmf many adraatages'conibffied IIV(
-, l f/ 15ZgS1IIJ 5WJi **. These kb1rItb otjnd Thst 4 fj V wing your T" arsapariUv niymmufferhigs wer *U* sent prpprietrenMfsV-Davis, assures.thuse i **wei patronlung --. ;wa1bbigto 1* nrett5: pzezfltTy m mMfl7VeeQgjJgt5q V addel V .V VT V .V ;eocit .irr :
i a 4> gBt hundred doHan'U wlthEngIIab tamaar-snd 'aUrartW most
I. past erpresgJonl.my, throat was eoaptotelvnlo the bous6ibetber.exertIons win be to f DpJers,we roff :
a'id Old "b1t' rat dri M44 dreadful ougU and thow pleaw srt V4'V"
V V were 4Vny espeotfulha'r
ow of the f the timers! ;
largest Taylor prlotsva frequently weeks together that I could nof speak fcUgS* V' %THE PEOPBJETQBA & &

,- I V Mk.ngrn4 fu iuIlnUnga V $ Aug.3G-tf abort a whisper; VsVt.4.j the inflammtilen V ST.it P5Tn Oetf A -3AMESV4RYANDi V V I IV

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