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 11, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079922:00033
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Mjk. ftrj. bi h-; P,..t' $oiircet, and obtainingttb I ..pur national; immediate' guaranty re: of cotnpellingr'Brazil tb .tpeome }terms? t Taju 'o; f ;J b." \'"ie h' him' the ,' "" ..i'.I.. '_ -. JJ- T1at'I.no .' ,writUa to; that upon I .shyery be extinguished, moet [e1Jfetu I .non'IlM:._. ." ". 5-
( r"'T .r- : the expenees"bfth'e .may. method. It JI "" >t. i in4 i mt'Q4 '
War to be increased ; to;Bto .the it :
and has ;" i
aIM tin Uk of Gilil**,)>,th.Ut Rev. Roan r "ty the States'thcs 'tfiritinr- shpuld be'ultimately an e iJent itching '.toi' consider, the. lJlinill! of E) ;discard Cotton Tofiacco : t 4Th ..YU1e.'CoIrh.u. .. minstraUon <1 fig
rope iadeprived0: t
feasibility of V : III ref e
M. MoCsonntttf: 8o. _q.vUlUdtfslestliHf .I paid out Jhe. NationalTreasury: United eichja design as applied tcithe Rice; Sugar,coffee: :, ,Jf these things!| ; ha V not there bas to.tbe., pi'OpOledt CODTeni n, :,Wl1o:could ha. imagined -daat 7riup'
tDelf.rhlt; li liai i: : Bit his been 80 Withth..f.-r
the it .was supposed ,hat. our cre.lit'a9 well 'a IPropOl'ltlonoat last consumed thtywillVnoth'me, 'So. long movement i1\Welt Florida eyes open.lt1e whig
iffrto nordo IDtm
A' How I d pbIu.wi n. our pecuniary retoareee.would be enhanced. duties! ,support'? and tie revival ,of the f'differential! as they are'c< nsumed,their: prodnctiori will '% IS We calm.ueneve ,there will be'any.1Vest' : ,Tbe woufdfalljnto tIll.'1oec9CCI'r f&I11.tb 8ouk'D4 '4,
A debate'\t'U' jibe co-operation of the better go on. just as the slave ,cool and conservitive'and Is 4,
0 .s.rc'wmh"i t. J hil in'the Convention as to class I of trade with accumu same the .yet it tm'e that a nu'th.: V
For UM ..wnt.to savs eertairt1 amendments td th Constitution of in 'the slave-owners, as the'means :of >avi lated horrors, eontinueis in .pite.lofall ,the Florida leeling'pernde.' the whole State.- don. 80.aDd among the'ouoW'dke: Jl
Hath efUn stood b Jr tbee I theUnited' Stated to be-proposed in way for gradual emancipation. Here preventive Masures/of- Europe. ,But ,the at:: jhe: present 'moment-.iA.u V ;
adoption his dispassionate
aVtiM tJsi I by thej.Sta. gl"latures. ,;! proposition/'wimewhat V indistinct ;iri reviewer, .had tber, we'expect subscribe an as if the solons atWashing tiflWe'af not {at' $tr..yDee'
.FfcSr bikM In lt t lora, ; 9e'was. language and in idea ton were aU iurprised :.i
to the lldinj .
: article
Wk.rtb plMM4 tbs b th.t grew I C that Congress fhiuld not have the power to which ask :.portion:of a speefch, a set of resolution'or ten business of' 1 calmly to"tbe1legitimate ticipatioo in the COmlpcnd D4e. A.iDe
we tie
Bat daM hut a loveliMU {jir.Abov; declare Svar without the1 concurrence of twothirds.ofbnth'flcuses.if friends attention of our Northern pounds to th Marder of a slave 'owner;,:or swords and legislation, .and .ftofjcrossing ra 'died in th61ooJ.) be i.sbut J.b r V
lr Nstnw tet as at once a startling and the con crying? arms.", Yet Florida bl' r D& !irf
< JVktt can. w.' impudent ajtra on of hw home, than to vacation
: ,Nor
cannot from deny does Hi
,,. r- 'f' recollection i proposal to unite with the abolitionists his' rami not viewhesgneofthe times since, ; CabeJl' '1
of own or.himself nor 'the erset.in the vote
it i wt thu ihi>na pietk: ; detaJli.tfae proposed amendments; the United elave-grown seeming'hostile f rSpe e'tait'
the 'the article of attitude-of the North' and intDtte'tP: '
4 Conies d.WBtodrlkkjtfcrittt'; but they appear on the rinted report of the of slavery in the Southern suppression" V cpfcfort or )luxury. Whilst he:r South Within bf iridi'erer .: COflternptoftheexpw of tJ ebnstit-,
hell : States; might do.irrerkraWe mischief bis eye e She is as uents'against
Bat H. IbM was pierMd tft.T*.from Convention which I pave 'acopyafmy by: speech jealous ofber Mr" WintkitpWere; : '
Oft wsaderqd 111 '1a7.l. .' office \vhichthe, prison r may use on the 'We, do)hot i "y' that euch' 'prppositiorrs CB, writings of money, he may not have the in action, as the rights boldest, and will beas prompt pared- n. '-rW1- surpree4t.bl I..b we.pre-r.Jif' .
1 < r trtj1'' ( would not meet with,Mme 'opposition, but personal.influence to.indllce'- one i in her compeers;_but the correepondenc. tb .
he'pleases.A she
n b h U.h. ;r ,_', '.of whom I person would.do nothing to ; )he J. ert: .1
we assert that. to prejudice the Coy.
was one\" the opposition, would notbe England pie.up one article the product case. Drowst ,hoj4 have Va1gnature'of V
And p.Im fathy La.ir. 1' ppo"IJcdtJ-; Convention of L .. 5hewOu1&throwo obstacles 11lcbedtq t.th
in the
I a of : of _
nature Jtbat slavelabo4
'J Sbron Weiring ROM .night not be overcome.that 4. way n_
that ftli **A tow dra\r4.up.tbtit ; AtOl i Ctainj
; report,! to present to their'espectiveUeaZa1urj it arC dju ment :of .. 11 ve
would be If btir yoicicouV pending Difficulties she tt the '
overcome both in Brazil Gene
rv f.t u. 't ( The'proposalof and the' reach the r region'wliere desIres an honorable J. he Je. .J1JtiOaj' :
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'' I, Mr.: Otis'was' United State*, and"slavery be' iibol shed 'in; the.realrysmcire believers practical aboli .i compromise.' Florida! rcumspecitbat ,basI ;
little ?
adopted variations.TbCpowasimmediateIyVprlzLted attached-'to
GraoeAii around thee moi&Uins meet : : tbe ;'Union .J
allluit the name, if the:BritisD I lion re&de-tt would .fand fWiU.remain .pape SlJbKBnfS 4VSV
Government; ask.lum ma 'l
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1 ; to (urn. t within, it r7T lt rolcl
Thoa ? ti.
ealm"repoing ; by orderof ;and stand !
2 ; eb
and all the confessiun .by, it, '\1 long
the friends asjber.( .
V Bat *h,for DOM the LeioUful feet 'the Convention,. andv circulated! of abolition>would unite! V of this organ,of Abolitionism, nigbts'aniunas7 Qtcautagioa4 w n iSiS .eoJ t
.,. 'Of Joiatf walked o'ef Aeep throughout the $ their efforts for accomplishment: threaten'' and reflect,, if lie.results which! he'pnhlishes than the by DO mote overt tggressiori .: dt*'*business :ja'* ;;- i>--ftWZct: .V
country.Among ', ing differential l duties orotherirnpots. if need with such candor, as flie'legttirnaie1 effecfs'bf ots and ranting:and fustian on.igJ J Brown.'e ,r epl.t ; COthIflg1CbrjVhdoe':
And wu U beside tUt very. ea, other things, as. anaYbe, seen by be"nbt'iri' theinterests! foreign interfefence;may not be in 'fanatics, in'and ont .Congress. r 1 ter and.br e t5ing neb'sentir5rits-M "
; modified
of'protectmnn but
The new-ruen Sarioor toB he report, it wasrecommendeJ. to the Lrgislatures Wben tbe ,-tbe :
'' for "the 'di& character the a"n..tiel.'O South are .i in we may I '
iVee USBM ragemtnt of consequences of domestic agi i- hope .:.ft for jfoi abst' V
to )
Simon l& 'Mt thou me.1!- in the : oppression vaded andthe U1'.Q
represented Convention. tn rights oVtheSouth
,Mj lambs ..ndsheeptheaeed.: j' adopt'measures to and Mpnratri their'cause from all idea tation'here! \H'l tbe.despotisra i 'of ,Europe, upon terms of'perfect ;Jo, stand iny d safotary( eJRtt Vhlcfr iJ4S>!Weii'prodiJced>.
their citizens
-. protect from b
associated with with millions 6f .eqiinlilij actually denied, any public docnmeot
( confiscation many, and I $1 ncei
men vessels tb1)
O_ Rutanr.--. _. VAHA___ t/t__ n_/_1'_. rifctit...__"_._ftd_. I. uchconse Iptlons or impressments as.were sion." or convul enforce iHf J liberation, of' cannot .then will Florida sajr, fmore insorrowf V tbaft l ion :of Geft.'Jacisfln"in'I M';..,dt. ..;,."t" V
Yet the ante Sarioar 8ti1 not authorized by: the Constitution of the the. enslaved"savages in an.er." leaver. ih. ITn..;... ..u- _.n-.-_"-. "'
V V -- maflOn':
Grated on' heart if thU krtlj strand The 'latter of AfcaThqw"can it be expected sent -- cx>Ut 4 "- fonuita. |ne nullification of 1834: 1ij
United States. This resolution originated of the quotation i its i itVf is circumtance8re believe not of the ,
-' that the powerfcf one may vw> notaO e that 'JGo '
And erery fragrant JdlLt [, a powlarmajonity, enforced thousand <, Brown's letiet *
from a"project bhb'e then almnsttoo cloudy to the harbors desire
. Secretary of War, justify unqualified by the of for disunion* the hasjtmin "the' ,
OiIne< Lord:by till' uflyed- ,.:ware, which I believe was 'not adopted by Con- denunciation which we feel i inclined should effect iwre aimeasure)eight which public the,sentiment interests, ToiceVof, tbe',w h !le,State is for"aft. 'eqnitable{ letter' presents'the.'wboJe nullification-cj subject iiWCt in k'mumer'The;' V

Tbreefbld thy Ion dlriae; gress"The Secretary. the Convention to direct against it. But, our -translation is the conviction! ; adjustment of alt questions in'controversy be' so pain! that.'tb, reader t.4
That ..yfeed tm I fad my crave kept journal of, their this that by the of and the'pride of the. Southern tween tbe N r1b'* alajfartldeemir'ftt-J .t .
.a proceedings. This employment policy or V and'Sontb and the belief i. thoughts contained ;
States of tie TJiion J .in Jf j Iii &
Thy flock,toththia* and min... force all'revolt it ? that : | awi-'iJrec&
the value of the slave be such _
rbmlerstood an
as adjustment
,. was deposited by MIY Cabot t can destroyen --_ -- _-; can, best,;be I made eeived 'opinion ftKI-"t'- fmn i
;- -I'. -- I the 'President'in the office of the Secretary in Brazil l : That "if the British Govern Froti ht Florida Whi. VV '1' without, the. aid. of"he(,proposed.. ,Convention. for.thought and lot% ttMwiH !i353
The Hartford Convention. of the State of mint and all the friends of'abolition 'would ; '
Massachusetts and a copy.. Afeitr JeUon, aiia : portantsubjecttowhich, i tfrrifteidSK
eVidehce oath (f the'Hon.Roger transmitted to Washington unite," the'abolition of slavery might be.,accomplished V DUaiilon. The Whig tts.of Florida" i is opposed to' } "
andlodged tbe
:The under ; in The late effort of tbegreat South Caro s the Nashville ; .vr; wt<' ""jwiu rtrijtj'w!! b .'.i l2 _
M. Sherman(u:' burr, a;roan AS his I.; office of the Secretary of State of the United both irr Brazil and the United linian i ; is best'. of his and 'Convention.bnt; \the Democratic \lciasendizaelHoib! ptrtiC1if f .J fl V
States., It afterwards States," by differential duties.and press is in favor of that measure. ofbor ii---fj-" 3itt
the was in imposts
illnstrioos iinsman, whd signed' Declaration published certain eventful amoi"die barring disunion and. .k.ic >cuuauuu. TJl i: i1fais: thAtt
Independence,); jpren'on the trial.j ne'\wCpaper' .' I saw it in the American not which upon those manufactures the protectionof its' laying upon the Constitution The if the Whig whole press is in! favor of waiting'to' see : whenever any: movement. the question''will
of a cause in the> Supreme Coar of Fairfield Mercury a newspaper published'at Hartford'' Northern of the Union'are ,,contains luch to It is'marked not be peaceably : should be.t: approve. fep"and
county, Connecticut, in 831,.] iaa direct by Mt. Babcock. The Legislatures of Maseachusettj labour interested; but upon the products of'slave by deep fe ling, 'power and) eloquence! I ding what by wonld'be'.the Congress and if not tberi/decn not bi'Rtlt servants chewed antrsworo V

hum ta be, and ''t ,nothing and. Connecticut pursuant to the the -which we suppose is meant under, and the argum nt is as strongly logical as it the.South to proper couwe untold nnexp1aiiied.with' to the recommendation of the Convention, :sent a discouragement of oppression. What'is buift pursue.The Democratic presson tion is the'objectt>f such movtments"' .
o :: ; regard I the possible for one to: be,, upon fallacious the is iff' favor 'of V ' 'r :
a real of the last contrary dVivrng'the
; meaning would : -r "
delegation sentence -Jtv-fet.
Hartford Contention. f i V to Washington to present their i prenises We believe Mr. CAtnocij North 'into' measures of 3 ;* iil
:The''ease-which elicited the testimony w reVipective petitions to the Congress of the the puzzel a disciple Loyola-it maybe, that sincere, and! in I he main; free from the "'sel l' disunion. Tbe justice Whig by jrreparwtionrtoT is mild-: Some of onr fnVnds hav ..sp ken'of apab-7 V
writer does dare
a trial for a libel beforelhef: nprenie Court | United States. The gentlemen sent from not to announcers'in fish motivts which' influence the majority of and conciliatory in its ''anJt'ua press.Dut decided lie meeting here; to1 expreM approbatlon'ioP V I

of Cnneciet. hel in j';Fail Connecticut were Mr.. Terry Mr. Goddard, famous proposition-it may be that he cannot brawling iisunfonists washingtoiif but an and firm i in maiiitaining Southern e; Goy: BroWb's'oarse in relation tofh*'Jjfash;

Te snit eunty and, I think Mr. D Mead? The 'lUbel, the treaty'of 'peace, concluded at Ghent they should allow such principles. obscured bfattbe press There is hot'and never
Wn ) caj a publica can exorcse, clang of arms and dm abusive in its language and with hot 71 has feeea the'faait'
tion attacking A tertatn. delegate of a late rrached the National l Government, and further in/such a style, to stain 'the pages of any of conflict; over the fragment of a broken haste demands.immediate justice. ,.Perhapt; e'tCtement'iier; and: deia itrh.rrs %h. .

meeting in HarfO -wbih the defendant measures became unnecessary.. respectable journal) is inexplicable. We Unions: Many'of his thoughts will meet ai both are right and botb The known among uslT In pta fibe.tiiaDOiM= h
fear that the interpretation which wronK. spirit _
compared eetng Hartford 'T is' is an outline of the origin and pro we have warm resjwnse in every heart true' to the of the i Is best calculated ed'popularity i inthspaaVnf 5 .".Sate'bfdn.*
Covtovbicb',! he detclrfrtd a *trea ceedings the Hartford Convention. There :put upon the language quoted, is correct- South; bit his remedial suggestions are impracticable operate Democratic'press on timid fanatics but tc, of the: *.1 Jnda.deegat.oriiHM| iite'confidence Of"ib tVt; +
that it contains ; thrspirit V
Mnble the, t;ial the defendant was not according fb my best recollection, a a direct appeal to the abolition and entirely unsuited-to the times the Whig is decidedly better, to felt 'in hTs pdngr/ind; Bis;"'dlcre ', It _
deemed it important! that a single motion, resolution, or subject of debate 'interest in the United! Stated, to unite and crisis. The subject of 'complaint-the the great conse"ative.minJ and Lean operate,of the ort lion:the .letter of Gov;:Brp WB w fooke3 6ti= 4 '
develop with the '
ment of the proceeding8of: tb). said but what.appears in the printed journal Government, Great Britain and aggressions of the"North-is none too forcibly North. The Democrats think that here as a staiidard of opinion4'It ts taotighf & '
the friends of nearly
ton should be madeanjaccohlipgly applied or report. If any further particulars are requested abolition elsewhere to"abolish .depicted. Abolitionism proper;' which I all the"Northern men are Abolitionists; to be 'good enough in itself. S'iTh-pdptiIaft> V ,

a subpoena to the Hon. R\,bSherman ," will' state them. slavery the in all but the name' ," and thus to fifteen''years ago was but the small -dust in 'Free Soilers; but the Whigs think ant the heart approves it, and it n needsaot the"aid *f' V:

and the Hon. Calrin GoddaVd who were Question by the Pn,ontT.-Was it not an destroy property which the ConsJitution'ha. the balance, has 'now become a weight I Abolitionists "Free Sellers'! public meetings.' We'n .) Qp-r

member of it,* which the court granted. object of the Convention to embarrass andparal.ze guaranteed.' Do not our ..fellow-citizens! ,which plainly tells in the party scale at the in the minority the North.. It are seems greatly that so far as it prepares a 'P 11 ,for the'pep- .
From the: lateness of the 'application, Mr. the Government of the United Statesin of the North see other results from this iniquitous N rth Yet it is not true that the leaven of North Carolina. Tennessee, Kentucky and. pie of the State. .Fo .the far
G d4ard could be the prosecution of the with Great proposition? We set aside the consequent the V relates to matters of
not brought into Court; war nbolitiomam has spread through tntire Louisiana are opposed to the Nashville Convention -persnacdartes/jb: *
?Sherman: appearedand- pre the testimony Britain V rapine and ruin; these, of course mass of the Northern people., The majority and we should feel safe in keeping tweeh public 'lu' ctj3n&rie rebate no'Uu* v _

Lelow= t .41U r.-1t was not. Nothing of the constitute no. argument with the "friend of a"conservative and desire to stand by; the such company.-Apalachicola Advertiser VV mgtosiy. 'TbCyiiust 'dEaIImaXterot; '

From d." 'Noncdk (Core* Gaxttte.STATE kind was done or intended by the"Conven. hnraanitv.:" But we ask thwn.' what mllll' c compromises of the( con t lution. "Tb ,'beftt taste and decorum among bem eIYd.-. *..* '' ;,

vs. WBiTMia'MilAO.Honorable tion, or, so far as f know or believe, by be the i inevitable injury to the great ftc r ; evidence of this, is the spirit pervading' Southern Convention.. SadaGazetie'r" ', < ..,,r'dt',, ri3* V''V .
:'R. M. ltTptimo- I those by whom it was originated On the cal I mfewsts' of the Union, if slavery be ahal.Ishedt mass meetings now being holden in different, Two important letters upon 'this subject a -';- V ; ::1'. :1 ".
contrary,.its principal object was a more'ef- -:The eOect.upon the American manuf&Cture parts of the North, in favor of* the ,Union, will be fonnd in our columns of to-day-m1e, AdrswJ.k.aa' ,.t m .s _
Qui ly I** !P r-w-.4vtit tra th, /--1 _,__<:." :., .h.t war. tn fh :I and flhlppangyould' disastrous: of all Proviso abstractions:: from our Delegation in One of tbe most ::remarkibl ti ia5lane rof': ..
S (of Hartford Convention .,m. -_. .- .__'. It.L_ and in.disavowal Congress, .and the ; ,: :. P
ojec defence of the New England States. rr VLVV *. -.,. uray character -
au NortHV'TilijeJiemanafactnres ur.MM.c.ntk. enIv thereto frOUlGoy. BnuvD. .Mr.Cabell and;; dee ( Fiiertj" V S !
j : \ Quitfion by the Pr &.-Has not that nually manufacture by the propitio s omens'to the South, and irr affording has also wnUenlJdirad auy, to the Governor wfa.l thn t/r .nr Utlict'c<'. tttryr' -,!._, _V ..c.., ..'." 4 _
.AMWtr*-\ was a. memberj.of' that Convention Convention been generally reputed in the depend. in part upon the raw ,evidence thatthe J current at the upon the same su bject. The 1 length ol'' that of Hon Andrew Johnsonj in'0-9 a&I' Vocratic
It met on ;)5lto of Decemder, United States to be treasonable ? material of the South;-they depend almostentif'ely North has changed, give pleading signs' the letter precludes publication this week- Congressman, 1ra'Tnrj tid. V ,:' .

t814 The Unite Stat$. weqe then at war V Answer.-Much has been said and; published upon the market furnished by the of better and bighter days to the Republic. it shall appear next v one 01 the most ardent defe.tddit of the'Sofab V '". I

-with Great B ". They hlafl in their forts : to that effect, but without the least South.: Would not the consequences fall Mr. CALHOUN directs his" atterle"not so: Want of room will..bar extended V comment in the present Congress'oi Ihi tTl fed 8taII!

and armies twenty-eeven thousand effective foundation. I believe I knew their proceed- upon the North, and give great advantage to much against the antagonism! of the Nortn, to day ; hereafter we shall give our views at The lolJwinJt I history of Mr'.b8oQ"a 'e; j
of these about thiriecrf hundred only the manufacture and snipping! of Great of itself the length. The reer, whicll. e'find in the
men- ings perfectly.and that every measure, doneor as our system government as object commends itself to the IVaialngtoni'cor _
were employed in New ,England, The war proposed, has been published to the ,world. Britain? If she could succee.l in crippling agent of oppre ion. He denounces our admirable calm and candid consideration ot all. V .We respondence of a daily,paper; we.havekeen Vf

,.a.been operation two ytipjanJ a haf.: No one has ever been pointed out -to 'my the production of cotton would she not advance system,'devised, we can scarcely believe will simply say. that the V position taken by assured strictly true 'IndetaA. 'Jokn- L i

bad a. sea coast of almost; seven hundred knowledge' as inconsistent with their obligations ,- a step in the great race of competitionwith l by unin pirrd'wisdom, and purchased Gay Brown meets our cordial approval. son; instead of being'aihsupeiof: his''voca

mile.to protect and, witti.t the exceptionof to the United States nor was any American manufactures If she:could at the expense of the best blood of our patriotic The soubriquet "\hTT a or FACT" earnedIn tion, has.a. manliness not 4nlf to"'ackriowl- V

tire bundled men, baA Mbe, aid of no such act contemplated by them. reduce the production of sugar, tobacco, rice forefathers be>is absolute as that of the canvass'by our worthy Governor, is edge but to feel proud of tie,cteps by which
.fo from the !1ni; & By and cotton would she not affect the value of the Autocrat of Russia and'as despotic in as applicable ever. He views the subject be,has risen to)his'presentjpoistjonl f It will

internal taxes,. all ,othershsrijik! become unproductive From the ttiaituond Whig.Aboail. the shipping interest of the Northern States its tendency, as any absolute government with the eye of patriotism and experienced be seen that he is,s native ol Ninth. Carolina. *- **' *Z_ _

by r8n of the w iftbe National ..a of ttte 8i.T. Trade. which now receives annually forty millions that ever existed1. !:"' Under the power of his' statesmanship position is taken V /1'-VV iWWngfy'fnnul- : mt _

poTernmeut i&1&Cd large from the The Westminster Review. the organ of of dollars freight! Would not the merchants eloquence, we can almost imagine our neck deliberately, and to our mind, is fortified by "This Mr.Andrew: ; Jqhnsofl, :natO, :'oW

V pIe, within our territory. ;)!.eet p Radicalism: contains an elaborate: article upon of the Northern cities suffer'from the dimin- !. under the heel 'of the: oppressor, our ears' facts and arguments at once clear, ''conclu enough to be apprenticed to a.iiilor..-.wu"& ', _
S was the only resource of tbp' tate Govern- tb'g pernicious chimera With a fianknexK she I ability of the South to deal with them stunned with the clanking 'of the tyrant's sive and irresistible. V parishboy at Raleigh, N Cp!He:fin 8b d

:inent and this tad been caredjto| as great rarely shown by theorists, it announces the All these consequences are, however, insignificant chain our li.nbs writhing, and the iron entering We view tbe proposed Southern Convention his, apprenticeship_ without:acquiring5 the

a an extreme in Connecticut M could' be buu- 'igna! failure of the attempt to lop the inhuman in comparison with the advantages our soul l; bu; in spile of eloquence the I as singularly infeicitous! at to time; arts of reading and 'writing a&d marrying7as.soonai .

V / Sained.The banks which! fnriis'hed all our traffic of the s'.areiralcr.; $ It aI'n t*. moreover which would result to the despotisms of Ku-: i illusion vanishes, we find our limbs untrammelled since it is now apparent that thegreat: desideratum he'came",age. with''pack V ft.jg 0

currency either withheld; tbi i-j] cconimoda- that this experimental pii.Uiithropy: rope, from the impediments thrown in the aa air, bur spirit light and free.and as I that mu.-t give ;it Cfficacyentireunanimity backhand .bli wife at .his sib, footed it aasS.themountains V

V lions or t pped payment, $M :the |*vpie has been, so far entirely at the, expense of way of our national progress. The aboli- proudly conscious ot perfect liberty and upon the part bf the South-will to his preae'nt !ihome,".JoncjiborOjTenn. V _
were embarrassed by a gelfl l' stagnatiuu the poor wretche it was, ntenJe i to ret ev.. ton of slavery would be the' greatest measure equality that of the imagned Northern I wanting: and'., a means to the end, as a His wife tafigbt* >him.to'read

of business. Powerful deebi iftud armies layoff The number f slaves traii-pdrtc-J l I.as hee of ,irotection ever yet aJopted. for every oppressor. We inidgnantly repel the insinuation remedy for the evil-a barrier to.the aggression -, and write after he had rea/beC l oe boro. 1rf_ __ _

our coasts and were making or thnraunSng ucreaseJ-the moitalily is greater.-auJ tin ntere t which now H iz 'iguishing; ; her,islan'JI 1 that the South' !is wearing tbe yoke, and despotism oi a dominant,majority, He.anow., perhaps,'45 juts} ] certainly'

invasions on aU pans n(>ar,4Jefeucdt&.wea profits of the trade have etiablcJ those!: cuHieJ s n ie vast pr'son. where her famished popuato and submissively bowing the neck 'to V any .we conceive .utterly inadequate. The tide not more-and h, been in(the Hbnse of :

Commodore #tur, with, his in if to esUblisii. systematic or au : i are struggling for the fragments which superior. The acknowledgment, is a of fanaticism, of:wrong of injustice, will Representatives 4y come-seven1' .years,
'loa,'IOn. haJ taken,refuse' b ib e Con ecI;. ration: whcn: s.'ts prevent on at defiance.So ;- ;iri tection! affords them' :-destroy the prosperty JegraJalion. Who believes it?-who feels I have to be flayed by stronger defences than has impressed himself 1&4 imf ei1ce' of'hwpecnliar -

'CUt. and attraciei a poureriift'concetitralto;. fuiiie has.hec'i he effort of the most power it of Am'.I'i a-fever the union oftbe Stales it V'V the paper bulwarks of an irresponsible body; riews- upon theIeiationbf;. Con

*of the enemy1 forces ou our vU>rder*., Ca& ui nations of Europe to suppress{ an evii -.Ie"tr'lv! the pro luetion of those comforts, It i il too late a date to pronounce our Constitution The Convention can answer no good purpose gress, certainly as much a4 an':other'ttemwhether1' .-

c.tine tf I mistake not, and ,fime other pan L unstained alone: by barbaraiis and ouiia>vs! ,<"d ')luxuries which are- almost exclusively tyrannical 'andour, Government' a as a shield to the,South, vithin.the, Union; ber, in 'that time. I dcrabt tSe-

pf the territory of Maiw chieriS)!| ha4 fa.ie.V la.: tiacinjf ih; coiw.-queuce (
into the hands of the Bntib. The NewS in the,s n,'e ir.i. .t-, the rev ewer dncn and South Ameiica-make the whole of the the South,' not its oppressor, and we regret as'a "Revolutionary body the case is what well directed.efiprts will' dtffoJthetrte. V
England States (unJer ail 'ihee di .es 8 e.le.. ut cius ty L.i ..If(1 ing whic country in whrch slave labour is employe1one deeply regret, that the assassin's knife should L changed. -The South is prepared for Revolution advancement of a man -the Jelapinnt of *

: "wereJ.oblalCeJ to pwlect.tlae.llte'eWlda : : remiiiJ u.t .uore of tb: .''lornirs of eier/.a estende I Jamaica- -and the prosperity be rasJ: J aji.lint it in the house'of.its friends. rather than dishonor; but has it comet latent useful qualities bhu-.th 9'ii. ,

their own niilitia at tbtirjown elk punish.nenr than of a. fi waich we of the' mannfarturin'' and gra'n-proJuciiig: Un.ler the 'constitUt.iI 1 we.* have\ iiv.d: andjlQrishe.lj I this! We hope, we,pray, that no act of dent in his remarkable caret.' .')o''[IIbt V _

V The.expenses of Connection greaUy exceeded hat concei veJ tiUII.';' J VuiavJy.Y ng : S'ates of North Amer ca has rece.veJ a blow. ; from being "so (poor tUat none dishonor will be attempted by the North- form a'model 'well 'worthy c{llmluiicni-by .
V capa.ile or it recover. Such'a. have' become, Let the South wait for the overt act, and not the'youth.of. our. eonntr.'fc. <*":**;*? V Vrnco'
her resources.' The lie ration of the inflicting. W.thin .he tie -warcould not be foreseen, )aud our creau I three t.ersof human * became exhausted.Atte nj,t*'\me nia.e tu:II c.ostly that they cannot sit erect, iior movk- and mann rtcturing, interests of Great Britain. the gioba. ,A little mure than' Haifa' century Constitution.? We believe .that a- compromise D!... ,It ). V V

S V borrow 'money, but without any adequate from their position,, until emaciation aiij has never been desired by the sternest advocate a '0wi lay an 'infant at the foot of r honorable' to both sections will yet be The St.Louis Intelligeuces says;I- oJ tie V

success.The. National Constitution pro. death! .I have thinned them ullq! Literacypackel of1 Corn Laws nnj Tariff n* this: a giant: molher/who'supnOKeJ! a single infanticitlal devised; and that North'aud South'will; long North or tbe South; disunion would a _

bibbed the emission of biKof; credit. In in the feiJ: hoi t I. in a trop cat clnn.i'ic, crackbrainedand. stone-hearteJ,, reviewer: step would crush' it, ;in ,the dust; continue to fraternize" in V 'harmony, terrible' calamity,, an overwh 1miDg'lfor-

V sbiaextreinity, while the''Legislature was iu .with an insufficient supply; (,f water and I'ooJ.' has stumbled ulon', in the disturbed visionsof but struggled with; thatmother',, and in: and UNION.Marianna (Fid.) jAig. V, tune, from which they ecjufcf.never! recover. V.

session at New Haven, .in October, 1814, a the mortality ibborr.i/je, varying Irvin llnrh a leslnicti I philanthropy. We 'appealS the contest our,infant sinews grew 'strong. From the Penticola' I But to us of the West' it jwoJiOd; b. .ntteraiinihilation -

communication was receive!*'"from tbe Lgis.1atare to Beventy.fiye .per ,ceiit. upon the'whi.Vcargo ; To our Northern friends'to reflect, that our' steel and at length the victory.was"ours, }' It I In Jut we published the*'correspon-j --a sinking down(t | the,|hopeJessdepths'of
I'ssenslorii: have encouraged'! such an auda came"out V of the lconteAlweak. our nationaIdespthttruiflItis V _
of Massachusetts
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s pi0 psing ,a Co:. lac impotent attempt to eupprets amoral is true country deuce between Gov. Brown and ,
,that foreign interference and almost helpless; aud i itwas our our duty then to ,speak 'on '". not ehly with
yention of Delegates from li New Eng:and evil bas thus reVmted in doabn.ig tIe OUA proposition distracted, in Congress relative ,to' the proposed } \
V .States to consult on *be a'qou of mtw*. f eu.rs, increasing the Victims and inflaming io' hnted at., a bounty$ ou th. ir manufacir then the Constitution;.sp ead .its, creat-' Nashville Convention. We had not time.to boldness, bat with, aite4voicto&bis' / 4 _
for their i c'd out a* a -war I for the.treacherous overthe chaos, and darkness fled I subject which] i imrneasuibl1trnscends'id; _
: ores common safetyL'f tbe profits juf the miscreants cngageJ,in the t es Ins hand make co eomments.upon it-n6r IuinU w* ; '' V V ,
V sacrifice of their fellow citizens.. Eng-! 'rose'out of confusion, symmetry V any wpuL4n .l1 "erG .t1iI..a .Sri .. _
communication traJe order
to a lave !! .What a confusion of crime. committed away, deem it necessaryto make any comments, H- _
Joint Committee- this !and would once have aided. the Hartford tbe"place of disparity, and the Republic upon. party PbC'V 'i'. }. __._ ,: -
i of, both R "se General I in crusaJe of .cruelty! \\hat a took now, but for the fact that the subject involved -, 1. ) Tr V _
war ,
exHenry Champion and wysdIweie: appoint- upon tbe wisdom ,of those' entlmoiasts Con venlibnists irf their resistance to'a commenced a career unparalleled in the V anr.mis i is of such grave importance;;.that no "AlI'iections 6f-the'COUDtbegiD.04'ft'to V ; _
S 'I*' ed train thef Upper Hous.e; was' chair- I whose oprfst one increase the very ev.l Independenceher emissaries, were pnc'e of time. In a jew short' .years.bow public journal; our broad land can.I fully I I: realize thatthere; is"dangerttf jdisnniony '
from v
S ian ofj tbe'.committee. I''tew' the ,report I ibey*would prevent! V prowling along our frontiers tocatchtIse first changed! Our .boundaries stretch perform i its/duly; withoutspeakihg'out.There : .-' The' sense of that danger;.wswkejJe ; V _
S V'.recommending a eompfianwJtwh' the propo- Tbe Reviewer, however, does not seem to watchword disaffection. to'l aid with --K I ocean to ocean;; the'mbnuments of our greatness I are some OCC8."lonsand this lions, public mind to the necesstyKif remedy. ,

,-tal made ,by the State of M&iacbusttt*;and :l e discouraged' ; be is still'of) opinion that tile I few. thousand men,'* ill'pirali'injP' the'' resistance tower to the beaVehsfour'flas; flutters iu of thern: *'which silence is a kind of moral' The$ eroakingjof fanaticiiU'bowed V __ _

V w aMfening! the reasons at lenjWb. This report I slave trade may, be stopped. But'it must be of the United States .to the arbitrary. .the breeze'of.everyJclime,' honored and .res-, treason"". ,*. u V in the'majestic voice, of ;pat otisn)., r.When, '

;*a. published by.rder-ofiffie; Ugislature,, by commencing'on: the ,other side: of ihji : and infamous htor search.Tb We,hosti.have peeled: underthe proud name of an *AMERICAN"twefan '*'Tlie election of Gen'Taylor wa',a ,blow oar brethren of,the' North &iWest see,as _

rf !*nd extensively.circulated(fllle new/ipapers i 'ocean,'by.imposing on.the products of 'siav'i: ; ity of England hai'never slept. range sea and laidhe'iJ"e which fell i Upon the"(party opposed to him-r:;. they beginning to seej tbk
;cf:this'and; ; other State gjfieven j delegates rJabor.'h the embargo which,has proved'.so ihI done loo much violence' her pride, to her world over, with'"pone to'make us'afraid." 4tcustumetl.as l they had aIwayTbeento'ic;:, an ;imaginary crisis at;band,;therr masses V ,
to I I ; to ct fro n her mor than I systern'working; miracles be: a will interpose and choke pffjthe.asitatorsvWe _______
were appointed represeutjhis State"in the eflectual when employed on the slave.. H,' cxl' a 'at the ballot. bax-with 'crushing,1 stunning V
V ',CcnUnU D.: M soon as];4 WM organized hints darkly of insurrections'which might! be the forms of,diplomatic, politeness-there. ,is Jtiopoliem.b it be rudely' demolished! 'tory'weight J'but their instinctive-love1;' ofpowerj look with confidence lharGreatfJI ., V :.. ,

. t4 Mr ,Otia -ai'delegate':f>o. ;Masfchu tts, encouraged by the presence'aforeign[ army no love forii! or for our IntittitOfl.'f Shall the light of our.Consthutionjowardswhichtheeyes sought*in the slaveryi question the furwistand paeifis counsels tor, aAOvr.:.- V _
world 1 turned. in V Louis cotemporary remarka,..<)jaunioQfKoald V _
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of India the pf.tbe, :!
enslavor ,
afUf come prefaf&jr remarks that refer with and
proposed; some satisfaction to Jhe Ul&*: morality r. out means to cripple, paralyze, \1.poSSlbJetJo be annihilation"
It. should :be.reebimnend ''Legislalores to'present apijiUon to the Con- volt in FertiambucQ' But o'iefjncliiiee* to others.; .We do not, of coyrse.' attach darkness Shall the la. t'hope 'of tFreedorti a bold game, but'.the: players were desperate, Republicans: \,. .-\'. j 1t : ram* V

' rress'ofthe'U'u States,1riving' that they recommend.the extreme lDeu re.if,encouraging to the mere ravings oJsVre'vieV ,the weigh; be blotted.out! Shall Liberty be and, and they have played it vigorously i well V3; V ,.oj s. J t .'_

.> would ojp nt fuat'the N *England States* 'the importation, of slaves-ol ;increas'V of a diplomaticT IemfijstraiionHbut there : w from her i Western,hqroe towaIderfor h with If the unreasonableness';ofj:'charging-: ten: :'AVSTkLOTUOUCRThdZ1kW. -- V ___ _
Oumucn2tbatwUUhme| ,in .with! popular find UQ', *et'tjni".p ; ,andjA'narchy;: bis Cabinet) Old .nan', WI( '.L .tlb'irig V V _
,of POYVOftheUI u sbagretogether ing \tut\r cotnl'ortof regulating the relative l Hbacorresponds. i her raylor'wbo! (with a majority o| N,1" t V __
'tOthUPltTPlVV! ;e.ln; defending .mVOr1alOn'of! the sexes,;'unIis,, slave Jabur interef't.'i.int'England. ,tan ; >VVmuch] here!, ilark and V broodinz wjpg1beqtirtedin Pray, ,., .J. asulaveboIJer-i ifthe'unreasonablenes: ] .I > down aT1.nd1en, t,98It" fii1dng' ., ___
; jvith Apolitical .fanaticism stead VYoVel; **n.otfirr: ilinj with 'unfarthfuJness-to 'the shukd the fama!" JIi r. "t.tthi. .. _
'7jbIlTCV BPJn.t tbipfdi0.[ ..cnmY'i"Jeh ;- shill l become to cheap, and ,the number! sVenonnous I 'thesewiggeRtions.rvVhenM bf : of charging"him" : ma 1l e" V _
weribaveheehVtartled! ; j .vho cansefeyeriwralh, jmaiito V i'rld" .' r
dence of the
aQ"of Na wuu i ;iffnueB .> [that ttbe13razsbanwouUrattier : that ,: )'utff'"u.T. ry. "glaf\nlC-the opposition glare worlJ'w.thiu'care. lczvl.- .
V V uv. .oqJct bcaathesstasshou)4( ; ) i>ecstUWPropruued.t hire: the labor of.,a slav.. :..tbau'"'boy ; ?.'Minister Cooper;. 'of'Penn Great I. praise hiroM,will avers sueh,.a catarjytjf of disr;; kn \1' lf l1.tJ1e cathe'.hiotLthaso themibTeeV cI c |>. Iea.JaIb'uoijthean&therenohing"retbeivfceeer;-oil do"wia'.'IheirV' V ____________

to, "that drift** '*Hbair 'tbes him; precisely. says:tbe feviewer as If., : aii'( ",lrani.:;attackisd the. '' The country noVyet iruhejyovys tt' of4he, ; .i matiG iftgiwtioa'll th ; V
.e jwpOHnJso appropriated. ihiafd be'h credited'to able-bodied Irishman were to t>flerrhimself.a .a a Britain..';',of:"te brrle) i I( .' 'Tno4ific ; solution. ; our Consutujlion. V5 still''I safe:".an to: South "was 'gTeatly; exeited,:ate aJy;. 'The shield hiai..rn/l. ;t QU".tD.iI.
Uwyi tVWflV rfgardedW0biiri"itean from it, we gfondly4 hope,-, wil .coqUnu! .. .' JIi4W1 .V V _____ _
tipnMxjarjRevenue anow tha.tjthe flhti; .
slave of the times dearly V
jrnIbo.tUoit 4 .tea>randi4halbe;' :Witcd99au ;and we:were obliged to accept i himv "znte1ereflt and: signs : !
V MeftfbpuId:agree to pay rhateverr8bouU the queet on Wond:; prolabiy,not bq foreign ;
Frbm .tb"'ti"tne of Genet. ; iny deserts of. oppression; tilt, ej ; this the Ad .that ,w$3tolthe'crouhl ,s. .
keodedi;>y ?i,Jfuatjl: amount ThIs should pay for the ownership, bpt.;howmuch "lrland \! spring ercrting'topic upon very .movement f '
would to be to iaj'r:citizths except thmughnthesancuoM hall"bod,1I.od, 'bJoMQtD.! as ourwowo". w'' ministration and tine of two things will hi '-HjajyMar*' ., I 1
y'oh p..at approved,by/fie .coPYCntl n. we give xOrTM e ,bargain bas been ,., t* -* -;,< .Uf''
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Engtishman of the"authbriti fj aonrneneotr '1 >. ''V |, I" ., 'teiult we will either cripple and destroy at w&njhjjlfn pf eatUaeb1 V
(.4 r .",.JIt w* had be elttatej, li ere, be HOW natural it ems' to Vi to anjtoot: ; to be the .
V fore the &lior.th8.: Jit -ir.i'o..1 y the I typify boudageb.referxingtO. e:.lrwhl-l : }tutlyreg, 'nled, '-, impertinent t'y&t oI. ''I j'fIO ,K' ,. : There" are.",three-thin, .':'whlch>Pcahhot'be; ; th.'d .&!, or"wlSlyutcrippJ.., and m'WJi ,vatent Jp"t".. .
r the to1ered V' 'destrojrihtWhig *.of.thej Sputb. ,11(\the. might' av .j ? ;JatiJlrttVA9 ; ,
o planj-or.tbejfterJBwerifor: l i' .
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Front &t -- ----- 'ouzIoit scffM13sQLTE' sfiorts returned' 'tii En iind ura*petud byoernmentmaIe"ainembtr
tind of "ihe1oni in declarngtbeactsn4ttional -
matter Senate hgur 1tstalettir fro ir '-A)1EnIQPJ-tar(. of Parliament
Letter from Got Broven. and doubt I and''toi afe&xyQu<>
rnor not; 6b4lorii ; cQ
; itaM ( rfW iitin.iinipaire& from I Iinteiijnt I think,'and was rewarded with the dignity,
perience in publi be ntc proper
TAlLA A$SEKvfarch 30, 1350. mutuaL 1 *sp Tie r eb 'the',autho ieSjiiigwjS jW Xtd rrotit, jncing an honors and etnolaniedts of' Government,
0 which he otis: Such was the
MR. efteAeried to the enjoys day< .
CusBti Dear&r: I received yesterday W WJ.. ir&yf.. *v>* v * a pamphlet dated"Washington!; City, Governor seems tohaon ,; eIe1t ialfclied utiu'to ttPeopis.t'< That y ttvtiec B afyami that foreign monarchies are woxeirufl .faction whose tasTuI influence is developing
March 12th, 1850 sferjeJJackson Mor- to make some' reply! to" the 4iniunica4scQjJ: and co-operatively propd 'measures taken, were to be meant[concurrently measures emissaries for,' theOveith'rowof'our, system very a coovulsiohi''which' threaten* the*
fe Union.' :,ji ,i iajnrotftstevij
1 tipitofJknatnjMjWT of
FlorttIa. Solar ns t4f.espirt anti a proper r ; of ;\p \letter adressed to the eliter of'tad'Ta'PlaJaMeV the ordinary control of th'e'Feojfle and Le wstftutiftn ; our jeopli"onibe qoestion bfrelayery.Tbele .-
people April" 11 1SO11 visited Enland,. :Ironft Wm. Gamson,
; : qi e Thursday, SentineT. dAted IS?3bth ult'coprecffntcrihe latuit ffiipHra ibas ;ife more expr sslyras in the Lord 4'

IoctimentJ desire too EO. sr 1--. 'eent "Rbutiif] fodr;> W& have the present /laid at tha door of Errglandf! ebncr

3to THE OCALA CONVENTION. deieiie1 lo cnn&Lftnte disCuss qolihe ietihj 'a dtjnctionadmitted1' b"e'nb'ug from the.fact.'tbat these American States, have been':carewds fostered ami- fed ou
Jn'lers1lly &
meritipfintbs which now rival her In all the elements of British bounty ami ipsyi&WDMw'

tb h foZgte$5.3 Deals, as suggested j>JEW&?. !nipg .in this omwt ptJiiLthin'k 'm-nation,< grtatnessioo1be-! daM1U?roorttle; wgjg' 01.' mon b*,

thii county, ww lonilay b aa .day ofrApweTiavcteeri' ', however, thc fb'frieffii f roni/tbff"impai&oiF.cf. ;;i cittuirMaf for AboIithtfQsSette,ap.

.. c eat lib rfeqoeted troposetkat the wlct1t. ?' ':c,1 4'La countryii piiance?,. to keep'tha ,b3ll of faction rolling
; 1eages, orfor.vbatoci ne ing1yeto tihatththein Conyentton')''1 .t d't.; wlh rnt' aftct ru'iin'the let.tet ) p.ia4hm.frorjort | circumetnsliave

,pvoe ; .onro sy b Eec6iTUrscfr5J! te 2511112sf. viaiatioajof. bis oaih Jf'to'su ,thev fac1t&t ai&.
i4 ( wfiic
t ity'to: thise opinions !
sorn. wb4ata1bs siMia'do.iinestic'
ftc complains thaV y J letter aiie "it" o43 .' '. at least obtained tb'a' mastery in.the dignified / the:1right: onr the-port of the pit- k en broils B4itral44i.ihindaggtiv

p1i13teLform:' Tfejoii4 deand io) ;arid'unsxceptl6rtable .spirit>*in which' ..heiias ,.7""olTreivdliitWnaV,rt' 4j? 'esSta'nce- 'to* 'oppressive, JieernmentwhO'Vatch w4L thiecotiS.eoIiticatCvertts' ,,

mIr 3T*"*"zfl r' Jthctn ,wnu'en. jTheTre aV5 one pt-'two express cn c me'npa 'jrig whictvi! J.1 excjctsed iQaJvanceof '?W noj coincide inw
3> % 'rf for ..*,. .... .J ',o,, .> dci ? dt4es
a- *
wjis dbcurn'eiSpinde teiib. f ..those-.enactmentL now d'l1G.hs )
JOff4'CALDLL! ,'CiLHouN expired -inVVafcltfngton 'sions in the Gove'riior.. e fireii'wbith'w'6'v.v we huinbl'1'thnk'w&ldsIi6v ; s&r'th&nlfi.gatn'implfotteiihe
liq'tefe'ahd.I'thoughi; 1$ a ihr'quesdbnablg belief then iasI.teStnie
> :'' af W ,4( '-i >l art inhereet defect in.thevnbralrcbnstitutipn'6f 1et t; p ,
cfuty, bc-tj Qv'ihe signer's a.nd city ctf'jthe' niprning of'the 31st would have beea'glai -havaseen omitted, f Ilfc'1I9A4 -'govrnment if hsiiioui y? ,.ailJ on the wiOa ftY not osily

# flue p Q1e u* "send .M wb-ote. corresnoiidence'topress -'' A&cb 'The tetI imnediatly' pte.'cehing ; and which cduld liavaf bee'ri oxnittej without; ( : ? onr race."v' wicked, purpose., ...There.ar jloabt'ess'! ]; loose tttegain'ba&
/ as eitiyj'as 'possible.'Thisl'dcjne this L Kadrannojincn tejicourage4tl abating th46trength of'thefargtiment'' exhibited h: '?'7'i'' ' oh in EiigIandwra3! ,{tountVyv!ho: fowler. "SYdm
( PAttE ltt7ItolIs.
caused .them' V furnished "with"copies tfi4
in i'paprfl'4'st1'llThe letter Is.eitirely 'tt'.n -* .,.': ..'.' h-f"1.) Let those who
from the | / sublime and
lii''circular.fdfint'Jbat badt t supposedSenator'MoHb'n.'tfc eibelief thathe'iwas-.Tecovering- ,' % ; t Reports hayotobtaineJ. curreacy, thjough'variou would1 sacrifice.alllbif; is lovely support of fActkra* 9jeaiarefJ>ewar;, lest
fasltaioup: ] 1 shoXild Veertainly.'haVe : '-": ,severe illness by % bi h'b&* had been for free from'ascerjjitybrcbad .temper.-. pourceaaa, to the intentions of the totlle, monbmaiifar tiarimjels'thein to evil: they I be foandbo-vrorkerjtof'wjtlJhee

sent lmKfaa.riuMnpt'copy; ';o'e i'ime.'prostrated'; liat''intelligence walfc The reverse must' be't-Baid. offitha. rejoinder Administration in reference to the.NashvilleConvention.They Such may-pccjuioVallyjobtain connect and Suchlike'hftfrrjftg.*iix achieving:ihfr purposesof *

Of the italics to w&icJi he o'bjects l gave the last gleam .tbje'jaqpjj' ( which is now ob-' wh'ch it has called'fdrth' anl if Dr. Blait's 'are'to 'the'effectthat7 tion with the government, as&sypulddoubless despotic'poWery* .T'' retaring the
nodirections"to ? since ;
the 'pr ter out-hare
.4 scared and extinguished the shadows.of apothegm"style.'v i} the'man himself," be illustrated ?' avail ''themselves of;official position way for the downhtt4Liberty.nd Equality,
orders the
beenfJnfonne.l.liey the'result. of some Gen TATLOR has. sent ]to Western in the overthrow'-af; r institution*,and"thebreaklngiip''bf
loose uoderscorjnjc, ft'j'rw'uell- designed_ b\r. the graVe. JbiwC..CAin6ci is 'no' more by .the Jatter, we.regret t'to think 'military, stations disperse jthe body,should promote; th'ei/schemes: But that thef6' is fJtir'gbrjrnment; to. be.re

ue to.J.uattenhionf; fri & (-- llelicitis'oplnibn Th eg throes .of"W m tytrntellect have the'anthpr is placeUitL-a somewhat unarniaWe i.t.1ae'anj .unlawful oictionj, a'uiihatjie anything,like a settled,jealousy, on theIparj: placed with th'e faftirWanarchical despotism

as t.mVoWOtojpefltUT1efl a 1. con- his has ligbt 'lf \ve'were'vttirly overwhelmed / of Soaths jneckan ,Libejtj--ti BdejT-tlse'
ce'et o1Imnerous i4ort, wUh t v1evo asedif The.tenei.entof. spirit ; would issae'a'proclamation advising all lovers of the British.nation, cf'puf'prtgres1aidgicing ;

0 as ;Tathe.. iu'sticeof f.'theconstrVcCQns.I 'bowed-'itself, and that.form, which, was bat byfthe popular mknifestatioris inf favor of the ofkh'Tii'ab3e', ( t thenisslves from :: greatness, which inclines it to desire, glory blight tf will which Depart,1SM our pdwewjlirwine we-shall lalaa.eay'oar

:' bail.plJuied.upQn it." ,;This, I ye'sterday efect'amohg'tfce counsellors the Convention, we should ..filill hold up GoviBROWN'S the assemblas',.. that Gen*.|SCOTT, iiad.bsen our overthrow, either by striking at 'be in- prey to the criVin mSt J'cf Eoropeaa

am tqld''is.the.ecjiinical; mark lor italicising, nation, ;5sito-day'reposinglitnid the mute i congregation last letter as, a i trophy./I victory. appointed to the, command ,of the' South etitution.bC(slavery*or otherweali'un*"* power .- 'p '
andAoth.t prporLwinistaken by the i.deadY* '\Ve think' he has laid 4'platform amply ( bt"that L'r ,,
,ofthe W. willing to bejlieve.-We'1haverno '-
priflter1 do.n9t1&L! |;eiye, howeverthat attemp no.ex; mijitary division, &c. These reports were t
lbjnmJrt..ofthelaryr.ange j was materially tended tulogy upon the deceased. .His noble broad enough for' "'Soutli'erS1 fif ts'1'men"\6 at first rather ridiculed' ssriausly'denied more than'one George.Thompson,has..landedupon' cotToboratlYs of the

., affected by the particujir type jn which'it compeers in the forum- from which he has stand upon, if in nothingjejse, ii the'endorsement by the National Intelligencer-l\is Rspublic! 'our shores1,'to sow the seeds of discord,, above, the fofl&iiig tceththePenn.

was printed, and.! am'grUtined' to believe,that descended''have perforrnVd that office in language of suggestion' of Mr..QAMILTOKJ of treating them v/th'silence. Froai the latter and'widen any appare.nt' breach'anion'g our : -
the mistake'resulted l i ipj jo'rawing.tne' honorable / TIlE
Stqtes'tia.&opl\n'regu'ar\ plan of opposition,
Senators attention |)for the first time to; most appropriate,and/.jyhjch/ will soon fact an inference; isagai'ndrawnby. a corres.- citizens, The.same Ainijalfowed"purpose is Wo hare repeatedly&ju d that British Interest
the remotest portions of our land in which they, can combine 'all the sources British writers, of whichVa cjunm'ehtary .
the'.dankerous-i>plit5ciTheresy..contained in penetrate pondent of the Philadelphia Bulletin, of..thetrutk'ot sought by were at wprkaJdin? jthq Abolitionists,and their adjuncts
Ihfilaliwsed.portipn pj bi'joint: letter.. IPs Tli?mournful event was announced in the of the communityj"andVa3 3 it, has been attempted the statements. 'It is 'evident that 'by the' Richmond WJrigl\ha\; in the gaibte; i idi Mi thii'gVrictti

present commuuicatiph3esignatcs| the objectof Ser ate oh the'1st 1 inst., by'Messrsl WEBSTER, to turn this! very quotation against such stories are either'the'jnyenlio"ns'bf inpidious publish to'-dayi upon a'rtielem: the rmiusterRevievvjvi8 st Union. Tota wilo[ !bIo96lyUthaii don. ia

tue Southern ConypUwnto| be the.main- CLATr-Ru5K, and CtEMCNs, and ,in theHouse' the Governo we' 'co'nclude that 'either the the Administration stropgfy' a in' poini.Thee.are : this conn trye* dirtff-U> :js.j that TMoltUwatched
.butin the ; ,
of the Coostitaybn joLntIettei ptfof
tenance of the or'Ks and ApplAiadedln'the dd world, and BOW
WIXTHROP language
and purport practicability
Messrs. Horzirs
by but the transatlantic Garrisnis
he4.wjasncautidpsly.'led: to. base his corrupt caterersto an appetite, for startling! / ; ? ,
call for representation bipori alleged inhejejit VENABI.E. or applicability to'present emergencies, has dinses'andTappanwho most'have-'their fervently tlwsaoast&ijstj ssitoerzt.spCaopo -
in last rational
We Our a more itb
news. gave ) wish Jbr an O3< nrread the feUowin extract -
ana defects jn\tlaf\ greatln8trumein.1tivas sublime moral been'overlooked by;those'who.have casually '
cicu .Commenting the but.whose infceadiary
spectacle' opinio"nsf\re
upon and sensible exprssion7 attributed i to the say, fuUybeve from the Parin.lei t of Gtorge V.KendaDw
j no part of niyf.tiesign, in my icply to perused it'. "It'will be found to be the view, -'* -'' '*' *- '
thus presented tothe, world, the. editor have-not imbued 'thinisbpIe January' &
the joint leuerO 'fijinjjle the slavery ..question President, by correspondent of 'the'Dalti.more' peo of theew Orleans Fw yunej dated $ ?
wilhjparty politips,*' nor does it seem to of the Charleston "Mercury very approrwt.t of Mr. MADisok, as he interprets the action Sun. This statement is literally, con- 'Mo'reoverj-there are many;fact which$ tThe s,

me at all susctibctihs{ cKargfi. Ol! ibt <._iw4-"ruarAS- --"*--:, -awt.-*f -9i 'IjCvIlc. :.*. ,mast. o| Virginia upon't1e ,Alien and Sedition inei by the following extract'from the contra jicf the suspicion i England cannot peakef f'the iHonJeHof' KepresentatiTesas'received /

contrary proceeding upon a truth which has have been! How utterly the memory of all'' Laws, w Ji'c'm' dov, B&owjrallq'tea, Weare strike a bfbwattu/wUhoutswtiuhdirrg-'bef-;; terj'and yotf tannfct aft&'I|Jvad rwelt-finished fonceiTe-theJoyj cry/ait,let-,

eb.practisediupoti'i"lhali of ten beenLaQnouneed this ,question though .so is above little past differences and straggles faded ont in informed of the character of thSse laws, Intelligencer"The President: .has no intent'on to issue a. sell f. She has had her surfeit,"of Abolifipnr? and utiOnn n :tkez4aerZcaD$ ,Ut

paYty.jny.singlefqbjjoct was to discharge. the sublime: presence' death'// The attitude''" and of the action .of. Virginia upon them, by'the proclamation;' 'No! purpose is entertained by in the conditiorttOjwhich her mistaken 'philanthropy Paris when the intelligence was made Jcnown.

whit I b'e following extract from tha. Sifitcsman't of" General Scott or has her \Vest ilnjiaIslands. For' t\fo6r' tli4e? iweek9-! prev3otzs1yr the
conceived to! ,my duty, and ass-u- of CLAY and WEBSTER on that occasion was the President ordering brOught

mpg' ,tb epeak the* eentiments f .neither very noble, and most worthy of thejr.history, Manual 1 : .' v any other General to. the South, with or. She could'not"produce revolution; steamers ballotingtof-vexations had bnljr; brOnght tbe-eys.and of repeated bfescitirig
I ?, wjtn vail sincerity and 'candor to"de *' L vvithbut to rail theMilftaryor ,
party, j their fame and their The There two acts f Congrc53 power upon thus without inflicting lipoft the debates.' of
clare tny own.- I: am snot Insensible,, how present position. were o passed to send: -Military to the neighborhood of in. country Tbe tory journals Engr
ever, to.the abominable' pearly'uses to which survivors of that illustrations triad-the in the summer,of 1793, which became! extremely Nashville: &c. -There is no-pan'! .arrangeJfe South as deep & wound as upon th"NorthJ land, the Icgitiraitfs &nd monarchical papers

this qaestion long his Ibe'ea and may still beappliedby three great -Senators- throwing the mantle .unpopular! with a large portion of The 'whole statement is a sheer fabrication, and, by deranging our social system, cutting of France followjiig i&tbcir wake,'took.espe-,
the These the alien aiiJ! sedition -
people. were cal care p4i bfonn the readme
jhpse wha,.denounce Southern and "if not wickedly deviftd as a means ,of ijito <
; of their eloquence over the .body of their off her plv bf cotton-vthc brea! upon
alien law sop
laws. The
to of
fellow-citizens and a't Southern President was objected the People and Public Authorities world pur dJs jnatons.,, The angry _spat
quite as deeply! interested as themselves in, dead patriot, there on' the battlefield BO often as extremely, liable tofabuse! by the President exasperating of the South,'cannot be otherwise than which her 'inili.ion .operatives existBut: between Mea4e' .ndDuebwa3: paraded ia all

toe welfare of this secP.on, with a treasonable grandly illustrated by the conflict of their .who was empowered, to order alien* of mischievous tendency. there are higher consiuerations, twhicb]rather! the pompiof larm type, and the fact that,the

,cooperation with i is avowed enemies, giant powers. A friend said to us earnestly, who were found or supposed to be corfipi- "That the President will take care that forbid the'imputation. England .stands,jn wheels of KdvertcaeatT.of what-they1' snter
the authority pi the "
the Sfd the.Nash- ring against p3aceand lawful of the.United States ingly.termed tb ModeL RepubJif; "wiEre
My letter of regarded 'I would risk CALHOUN'S claim to immortal? United States, to depart from its territories. the authority the van of humdn civilization. She ha.sa
blocked a'.so the columns
was spread ihrougti
his oath
yule Convention in tb in sustained conform to
? twofoldaspect that of the Senate'! One apology! .for the law that there shall e ty of what is due'tbtthelfi>irit'bf the
ity'on day's proceedings was, were ,has deep sense 6f the anti.liberatjorna1 with iU-concealed
which it has been printed to the public by of office no man will doubt who, any '
its different friends.' As a ,counselling and Certainly'a more imposing tribute has not then computed to be thirty.thousand. Frenchmen just appreciation of his: fidelity to every, age. Her own system is. Jes,tobharchicalin exnltaltbn. ''Some of them even wept sofaras

admonitory body' designed mainly for: moral been paid to. any American since the death in the United Siates1, all of whom were trust undertakes, and of his decisioa and epirit than in tOrn Her interest is more to'bin V if not rejvct, that ail must end iaa
devoted to their native country and
effect the North, pbjectiqn that mostly in the of,his 'duty. But break-up'and Cfssqlution of the Union, the
upon ipy arc of Washington. The three Senators were associated, through clulis otherwise. Be- firmness discharge that of an'allyof 'America' than an antagonist. -
the South has already taken position on .or "mistake ln's character he be wish being fatheVtt to the thbagbl nor was
these questions ii}, a much, more legitimate so nearly of. an age, the distinction of each sides.there were compute to be fiftv thoueajid -. the we man wholly to entertain a moment's'thought ol "Legitimacy," during all the late there anything ii.thefoiOTet| ] )liberal,journals -

and ftuthoritatiTc:Way, through Iwr several had..been so early won, so uniform, and who. haj been subjects of Great Britain, undertaking to suppress any. popular .cpi, struggles in Europe, !has not been,able to togive. hope and'enc' ouragemenUc. "-
of whom' had found it unsafe
fl .. .. --. State .Legislatures; and. that if the united great,-and the fame of each is so blended at same home. .It was also contended to ihat remain' 'the vention by-'force of arms* |Ui* sentimentwould woo her 'from neutrality; anti heraltitcde Jnikis'Itatef 1f'Pt0seYOU U4.'IiIjimaginethe

.i voice of constitutional representatives in with the career of the other, that their part persons who, by tllie law, were liable U> be rather bA, we are persua ljed, in reference towards the llurigarans was more that of asympathising pre stecI among
c: t tier Cnral A ju>inMif >f in TVinirres the.AinernsiLJ tha.'yii cannot
nn D.sunipd"soee5ly peut
ing bceiiia like d.- .-..3..,, s.- -t rA1tn_n.l tr IA*.W<| ika rtr lir fptf .S> / t to the threats of- friend than a'repnls've enemy. *
) shall fail to ynprisssjtbs North, the voice of zeus -had no just claims to a continuance <0C.VW l4 / -J **rw pl ** r ** --* |**W** **> -f-- M r I fully! auprecTa: ;! tKcT joyful''manner 'wift
such an assemblage,, representing but; a portion complicated growth of the primeval forest. here-and that their jesiJence, with the quarters, thatto', tke'< Uniwi o,_ $Iates Most of Ler.ollicial ilemonstiations to"\fnrJs which, the.newsftbetectto| % of-s Speaker

of the South, ami concerning, which That it was to the surviycrs an occasion of views they had and the opinions they pub cannot be siittaintl but by tie 's us have been those of warm fiaternity, \Vcoula was received.AnA! |nericanis nevefsttmarh

there is eo great i fliversUy of opinion, will deep and extraordinary emotion, they have lished, endangered welfare of th? nation, blood it wdlltave cease J to be mu 'orts recouptthi most earnest expressions of an American asiJafter he has. visited other

be wholly npote.nt; to ,this end. Regarded not'permitted us to doubt. Through their for which it was the imperious duty of Congress fiiaingfor"'I .' good will in bur behalf maie by herm.'ns- countr: and je9e'ctaIy(| the old",and' 'worn-
for other purposes,! Convention; is certainly to provUe. Tlie !jection ta the peJi- __ out natjpnantie3 higi(tribute to the abilities'and latriotisni to ter au j piliI ,iuen. She proudly boasts oI
_ a body"reo tknary inits, tendency, lion law was, thatf it'retricted the liberty of -i'zisisipp.; and muigle, ith'thgOomnt, oppressed'ass!
and as an-puicer .eUorn to support the Constitution of Mr. CALHOUN there runs a. current of speech suid of tlia press, wi-kh wa ai: aibi A 'large meeting wa* convened oa>riotJceat .i being; the piogeu.tor of America. -Shi? claW dowii-trOj-Weri jasSeii 'of "France'vainly

I'can havei no, badness with it.If .- warm familiar sorrow-the memory .of. a trary interference with the right of the citizens Jackson".th'e1 15th February.-. J. J. the ancestry-"of our WAEUJ.NCTO.V.plaiijs ,She ap- 'strug5Liig1 Fyr i'tyr rl.jhts,*before be cin'apjirjciate -
ibe people, whii possess the righj of revOlution Jreef/th'eir' opinions all the: ful' ek4irOf the liberty; happinfs -
broken forever- -and falling on
companionship np tqvexpres5 our.iiational l skill, an4 has ii)
WHITE, of in the Char while! every
shall determine.that the Constitution public and pdlit cali measnres. Those who fssaquena ?,"aOjl p.'bdSiritjp fie1' enjoys'af< home,
I therconntrv tears, are seen, amidst that halo of glory Gen Patrick Hon. Luke Lea late treaty ariangemsnt with usinaufeted| : l a '
and Government are insufii- justified the, jaw asserted! 'that the grossest' ) Henry, ( .cjupIeJiwjth thiBileii/ralintelligenee 'bf to
cient for.their protcct on it"is for them, and with w.hich.they encircle lie pale!,brow of falsehoods were nttered'auif publisheJi tenJing .Whig candidate .Governor,) jlaj. WP. liberality which, evinces ,mure a Jesire to .lel'oMf'-atizeis.' 'Iis&a almost fforgetswneth'e

not for officers sworn ;jj'tb' preserve, protect -dead-Senator.." ,, to deceive thept:6p"TeV: and'tb excite their Andersoni'G.; S'Yeoger"and a'niimlier more footer than to crush us.Ve caLiliob IIeve > fieas; ahf or a democrat, loses
and defend the Constitution of the Uu.taJ of the his reineru n n Thursday, ihe 4th, was devoted by Congress prejudicesuniluly, to tii ddt'igcr peace of i influential Whign, took prominent England blTnd,to what slavery really is iri'ur ,
States 5t," to1 demajai and; adopt other guards of.the nation : Arid the government ought parts . .
.and-iiefences. ] to the funeral "obsequies of Mr. CALHOCN. take measures to,protecrits; rightful authority This meeting, with, but a single dissenting country AVe- believe balsas,a, government 'froi !hiS hrart-'alf' sectional

e I am asked "what would mak-e me'an agitator The Senate was called to order at ;, arid maintainthe peace of the republic-1- voice, she would not: so mar the, beautiiu pitk: orejditce'srlJ ftiM that hiamore

!". I trust, having si long escaped that 12 o'clock, but long before that hour the that the law e.\pre-.ly provided, la mitiga R oTreI, That we do not eonenr with our Sena. fabric which has sprung from herT.or..so .dis jiiinit ? ,

pestilent imputaCioin,, I shall, do..nothing at galleries, 'and every other .poition of the lion of, the common /aw/ 'on libels l thufthe tots and Kepre*ntatives in regarding the proposition appoint" hopes of the-world, as insidiously 1' hTs 'etountry.
the truth ifproved, should be a justification.tThtre to admit California into this Union as au attempt lene tl5jnCaiI'of'any'inteIligence ham
thif jate period of iny life to writ stigma. to'which visitors could obtain '
chamber ac- disturb domestic *
to the Proviso in another to our by -
adopt \Vptnot peace tie
-* othsfWdVof liK "Atsant
thfi caiat'atedjstothrow
t- : -.1 .1 icess. at two hundred e,
1 born and and I.trust. were jperiod
was feared ,
among : form if it, the measure could "
were densely crowded, and hundreds : v% so regarded receive -
ft published 111 the United States with our peculiar inslitaliqiis, jlo'pbt ohs\ stability of our Union,
have imbibedthe fgelings] and principles,of, -- r>| | i. newspapers ; no,favor or conntennnee from ui.' '
statesmen who were ;no less careful about were/unable to obtain adTusion.v At 10 178.orISO. wefe'in favoVof the federal.ad "Be it further Resolved, That it is the "well-de These are our own-opinionsaJvancednot br.jheenifurancff1f; ( '<5ur'institutions,; causes

the grounds of their iaction., than resolute minutes past o'clock, the members of theuseVof ministration' about twenty were opposed to fined opinion",of this'motting, that the people of to weaken the force tf( "what ourcorrespondent u pt'h'er'jri'aii} the;i.hiost ah'iidyin emotions,

and.unyielding ir| dtfenJipg them. Should Representatives, preceded by their most of tbcJdi, g' measured then adopted, AlusiMippi would in aiding'to sustain their carry Senators out the policy and Ieprescutat.we3 bf- says, for sustained as his Views'.areby :Eaa3cu'Jof, j>nrtilicatfon-ianJ; humilia-

: the threatened trpases upon the consfitutional -. 'officers Centered the Senate Chamber and and the greater portion of these were under the President in reference to the admission of tioji a'nonJiir'e4untynen. _- __ _ori-tow-siden
the control of aliens. other intelligent observers, there'may be 1t ; :: :_
p rights of.the South which'the Senatrr ] California into the Union, as unfolded in his admirable
indicates,.4>e, consummated, the'co rse bf.Virginia took the scats assigned them., The Judges "The opposition'to the 'alien and sedition menage to Congress on the subject too much force in them to be easily counter SeMPnrwiNR+ .ArrIYed a&PelatkaAprfl3Itbsnew
b alien andsedition of the Suprems Court and the.Presidentand laws was In some of the :Hetolitd, That we have an .abidnig confidence barSa/iie LodoittkaiiiiisteriTith !, Gxsy,
upon the .Jaws very great parts in the devotion of the people of Mississippi to the acted.. Yet the'fact that such belief 'is.ex- S5K
.wilf indicate .what. views' of resistance t his Cabinet soon'afterwards entered, those country. In Virginia and Kentucky the le- 'onstitntion{ and Union or these States; and we that there 6otton-and 23bbdLsigr,
t islatui declared them Indirect and pressed- are suspicions'that for fr3niHLoBgwood: ,-c'oMigned.t 4 eMeu
hoohi entertain. ust'Ishould ,be quite in ibe. Chamber'rising to receive them. The to gross ire well wired that the admission of California '
as far from submitting:to actual aggression, : infractions of the Constitution, and appeale l is not sueh an emergency as would cause them to eign intriguers ar at work to, destroy on jia- &'Co. fliiWb&itewbicb I i70'feet loajby
,, aa nl am now.f root revolutionizing, upon the President was conducted to'a'eeat on the right to the other Stalls'to'join in opposition to think for a moment' of pursuing any course calculated domestic peace and Union-should ,.cnJea 14 feet i'wiSe.'driwte feet'when In.d.Iyu

forceof, mere po biirtTes that these aggres- of the.Vice President.'The Diplomatic corps, them. 1,At the next session of Congress, numerous to endanger either' the one or the other. both the more to every1 American citizen bmlt'"byi"iTfew o erpnsLi teitlnn Madon
committed; fathers .invTjyVwere petitions were presented for a The legislatu re has,,voted to appropriate count yto''rutt" sut hx
j ionsmay jbe 10.ur' whichWiis', largely represented, occupied : repeal, .rp'jSep irEjat! ?
make him exerciseeternal & S ,_'__ ,_'__' -
truly ,
vigilarioto.preserve -J
without the
not' azWtors"nthe, common acteptatTon seals riar the 'centre of the Chamber. Alarge.number but at that time. $20,000 to pay expenses of the Delegates '* "

'I of thaC1em-the'Congress'of the of the officers of the Armj Such was, the "resistance",, Vmrginra'attheperiod to the Nashville Convention, and to appropriate his liberty.; i, ., FRmt'MissiMiippi Th, 'ke'-, t1 '
Colonies was not a &ody designed for moral' Jollowing'acJ0nbf [
and other, distinguished referred to-a form which $200,000 more to future contingencies, 'tcOMMUSICATED ] the''authorities
ffect upon Gr'eai BrtUun-nor were the war and Navy, men, occupied gave bfJMississippifappearg
oftjt| Revblutidnj isd Declaration of the sofas in the lobbies.. At 20 minutes rule" and 'embodiment to 'the. State Rights subject to the control of the Legislature. CAUSE AND DIFFERENCES.DESIGN OF SECTIONAL. .. to have been>ug' ested by the course of be

''independence based: on {anticipated griev- af cr 12, the E containing the-re- school of the South'. To that resistance This'last.was carried by a vote bf 44 to 40The" .5Thiri Legislature of Tennessee..upon the Sotgbera
s"are not always what they'seem..
'ancesi fi and
'if ; question
; thfrinpparent indiepoaoion, oa
.., ; deceased Brought into the Gov. BKOWN has The wise'look! '
mansof1be was pledgeqbimself unequivocally behind the shovt<'and'-under the of
4Wperibps'scaTf' ljr )mports with what'is Chamber charge of the Committee of'Ar- when' the outrages and aggressions manner in which =a passage in the the surface to find the true springs and real part Of NashviU somefbMhenewgpapersa to .welcome- sessicn d citizens oftheCdnyentioi
4aeU) to notice that --of the&nat&e
myself ; portion
Letter of the Delegation'; to the Governor became .. current of human action. '
I communication; impeaching my rangsments; and followed by the relatives, ,which'our'honorable Delegation has hypothecated iA that'city ,->+yaz
i 'I & fidelityto the'rSout iV'; I a n an old man;having the. South Carolina delegation in the House (and wh'ich'\vere''urgently1 pressed and italicised, .is sufficiently explained intheiLctter Tjhe discord'ostensible occasion of'existtng.sec- Wehave been requested by the Governor
tional! to be the meddlesome
wbichtwe publish' appears to publish the Ietler, and resolution,In,
,> no personal'inilerest or tie whatever bee to-day. The respect
ll "
other friends partially- effected at the last session' of Congress u.'i'reasonable
of and as interference
Representatives, 'outrageous' of
'r- yoo4 tnis sectioJ\'andimpst, fn'-the order of other '' error of fact" corrected in thp.note to the courtesy cVi Mississippi;and for.info-
- ProT.idenc*!, "expect/Mbij 'tof find resting mourners. The corpse was placed immediately though not more than, attempted at published in last from contemptible factions ntlthe'North, with1 the mation and ''sucfc action, if, any, npoa.the
our Senators '
J .L j.place beheatb the ioll'which gave me b'rth. in front of the Vice President, and after the,prestrit,) are perpetrated. The precedent MORTON I arid domestic affairs of the South, port of the Delegation- how E1oida ta.tha

Born at the close oriD KevoVution,' rnave .the performance of the Episcopal funeral of Virginia i in "?98, like all other precedents, and YULE,, !is perhaps'more' an error o til| a'family the fraternity quarrel bf has'nations been whi''gottennp hcoim.poourRepu'bhicf Convention ..ctrcumstance may, eqirre:
witnessed through a long life, the-people of phraseology, among 'STATS orJ '
Dx '
service the Ret. C. M. BUTIER tlie' has been misinterpreted. Jt has been-'al. -' '
) fthii great nation m uninterrupted enjoy > : % Chaptain' : the cause'lies bebind'thesq '9tl'-.r.1tlO.

'in of'rational! and well regulated civil : of the Senate,*preached.the funeral 8ermon1hay'irc leged to justify revolution, to .which Gbv A held factiozisvhOs'e'fires bunt intO the r,SroIn traoanjtUinjr within resolvtioa. I
meeting was at the .CourtHouse '
1 '
De'ace beg bare to adO that should
ofj.bdr SlateV'feilthe.e i is reason to the Delegates to the
in taken his from BROWN himself ,
9an4'religious-liberty4grovving wea'th text the 7th has'express'ed
now opposed, iri this town'on Monday evening lastto obtain l fear, by''fuel' torn abroad, and fanned Southern Convmtltfa'think fll to assemble at' this
b "powerpror'Bj in commerce,'agrirenlanf iesethe 87tb''P6alni. The procession and which is happily disclaimed by some of by plee; they wilr $$ei? cordial weloomr from
-. ,' SI ] the 'mecbittic iarts and Jn all that SenaTofs an expressron'/bf/ the"public; sympathy foreign influence. We ire heaving as a nation our eitisens.t 1 imtryrespeetfuUy, sour obedintservanL -
was then formed, MANOUM, CLAY,, the warmest advocates the Convention.It .- ,-we are convulsed a1Stat.by a :1 A.
I 1I 'contributes to tbs social comfort and mental on the: occasion of the death bl MrJ CAL- : QUITM&N.
1JF 'ra*d" moral i welfare vofj.' man. The results WEBSTER, CASS, Kisa, and BKRRIEN, oificiatlrig was. 'alleged to jutifyt1'ieaconof South HOUN. A committee 'train of'.foreign; move'ments,' skillfully laid __Ilis hlxeohIeaey; he Oovernor Of}16rIda'. '

'Jt 'prove the beneficent aad paternal character *as' pall-bearers.' .There were upwards ,Carolina iri1832'but! its.aPPlicability, was was ,appointed; em to fire the,rnagazines'of domestic strife, that Respuinr ZoJGto ilzcoiEOflf

!I *"of the Government.eslablwbed by.our wise ?f'O.hundred carriages i in,the line of thepwcesionhichrioved immediately questioned.' In reply to a letter pbivered to take the appropriate steps.We our Union may': be blown Upi liberty arid ,R.esofred,.ITth UgUlaiVre-oXTtariStat* of
equality be buried in its'ruins' the nd Mississippi, that
"and--patriotic forcjfathftr*, ..under the smiles f' right thi Capitol of thir Sufo be and
T.zfl&'n sdance pf pprrfring Heayen. I'do to the congressional addressed to 'Mr, .MADISOSJ who reportedthe noticed1 thfe' proceedings oll*& peeling ability of man to govern himself,be scattered is hereby tendered br the us*ottke;ConreaUon

I, -. 'nTotwisb1d see anptber revolution, and if i! burying ground,;where the,remains jvefe'de-' VirginiaresblutionR,), !: that time, by '?r *??-caiyGawfev'veeks: agowhfcli to the four winds,'arid in the catastrophe of raeh Delegates States}the of thfroi Jo 4i; Uture wrn/1tttea-appoiatd crrpfopl heref by to

;i '''feel cIedpon..J" in this connection posited to''await their Removal to,v South the'iditor' the 1NorI/1'-Arnercan.Review, expressed .an ppinibn; in'i opposition tor the onrRepublic; fu'rnish'to; the hand of despot? i meet in uhville,U Jane.,next;and that,the Gorernoir -
'- itis'TotthoM 'who this Gov ism a toolv with'which- carvetout king of this SUti 'b 'to' forward

Ii fonounce Carolina. taThe' thai statesman writes, alluding1 to forcible Nashville Convention. Sincethen i requested' a
t '
ernment Rnssiaa would ( ; dom 'aii4 rear throne'byDivine? right; DopVof thuresolntiona the GOYOV each
a '
i' _A I call a Conireation tJof defpbticmrywho;.jrto ern politicians to '"public. offlces'wered'all> ,- ; closed-i, and- resistance by C tfit aworn'" i4'C authorities 1*' of, jJ have'beerf held'iii-the same county favoring Such 'a ;cafastrophe-wottld rnishu terrible of thei the msije rtJ TeholdIn knowite ete-of this Vnl B,,t Jie bj

'. 4 ,' reroejrtb(| iinherenr.defects in the great draped in jnournjng,' andr.eyery mark of' respect State :;<4 Hs '' i ,, th'e-. (d'-Wetittkn.'J' '_ ;_ '* {'' ... ( <' fl, j uf 8cIj3i'igarnjent8gd? : ast the ability.of man. r" U.NJ.sMcRA4t
'. j jChirter,of '..our #iKtrtieiS wh'o'' ihitilr%themelve was" hown to the memory; 6f the Uuatriou's / : ".That 'theLegislature [of' -' ___ _- _'-it'i 't too'tern'bithself;and'n&doubt'thee crowned,
Virginia could 1
-ci ,. afaj ,tojiriprprem"u"/ !! In' respect' to' 'dec 1id&' '* '* >* t '\ not' hare 'intended'to-'Sanction-such ]in doc- .(FATAt'' fcsu4t.TT; A''man'by the ame of K-' beads Erfrppe are viewingiwitb aiisfae-, ; ,
sntatedgricYanesnuld.change! 'deua ci y, bclouging to Tro ,!New Yorki' here be has lion the"workings'of an experiment made by
f '
Y or trine, is'to be inferred ''fro'm'-lhe 'debates in ( < ** :., : *-. ,,Srestitnt-Senati pmjen,.
I I : -n- :-i--- 'rclatiTfs "acCidenUlly fell Great Bntaiiyjthin the last fifteen '
i&&& the House of Delegates'ar/a! / froth the rcsidiDf; from 'a wharf yeari. .
i 7 :iF';: ;wtha&zzItn 6ces SouthEraF .. ,tJ .. FALATKAAp71I,6185O Dft1? 'two houses fd their 'cohstil acute ,in thl Jtown'on..feataraa; $ afternoon f last, which It"is1 hard to' bring't heavya'.hrg sh i: i ,
f4erscyi .wbich. sebt6nfaZuz o'Iur ft We had an-Election; .in our place'ion.'( -' lLe>ubject; of' theJfresoluti6ns>The tenor on jjecasion'e his death.; He war'drawtt from !th gillt a eighborThnr th'az hitory.cf the ,
: .thern'oq to pqiipcal rur( betterco':;. day last.for,, MajorGeneral/which resulted af the debateiVwhich/were'ably conducted, *" *" 'Bopnaaassistaiic'i could Ve'obtalned; and 118! and progress oinne Atwiition faction at'theNorfl.'gffbfds ,oi cnitz.ouebodtini : .

j I 1 ..ela pjevaiId.4thspirito1 moratih as /ollovr*: ttfeD. DIInkn pCqI'D ind; are iihderstood tofhaire been revised for although every eoti-aC made to restore''him by 'usmuchmorThajt:

L Lorb c4jjb atone conflicting iicy. none. I IS. ihe press by mosti'lf not'al of the1'speakers," ptysiciani and othert in'his reach*,i all was in Yain.ltjWMtdi ;rounds6f; suspicibnr iThe'tise and, activity; 1pahbts are
Ij e North meet South ; ol this Sectional faction ea t7ti the'IittIe'cM1dtntpresrto
tiui. : --i-1'd iiscfosetno'reference 'whatever Iota constitu.innal qveredthitiln falling he had struct the may be;-traced to
T $ d oiiti! be( NroTth: 44 sajT"Ietlbere be t 4o Ak.LIoATo1 4prL180! I right'f f an' individual' State to arrest back'fift of.his.wok Bgii st a' fole'etion; which be Lectures dfjGeorge*Thompsonjthe ngi as.uration .
:t fpzth t ttnfe betentm-let 'the mintle .. ;Tbe"resnlt vf> the election 4at.this precinct 1 1on ru,force the operaticm'ofalaw'ofithe United it !is tbonght igh; havewni d immediate eathjMrJeUy Iish'PrnpaaiItist'of/ Abolitionism" ou Am I Lpui 'fatb rs1ah! po ,U$ 111(11(1 $ all the 4_'A? fOiMajor fJcneralrwuj18Totesro wales. Concert among the States for red re' bad beearempiojVd\a\ ,'gettini'llve oak Visited e ery.cpnsklerable town, Iji. fw 'etiim once
.c 'intekorie; gtoor4 msl i and patriotic tli' ? lewtEngahd'on| bis'mission to./pment !nt4tje.sr1iJ tlvle"oP-thelE'cxfstence,
Benjamin I1kin.1tIor F. I Dauca ianst, a1ieiVard 'sedition' Jaws, as acts, neal. WtTJonville,for3Mrjf, lnipiionrh'atiiig been '
V ,. ;mirid toodr; children, total .pr''butt 18 voteLi 'I believe tWswas jf.:asurpei() p'ovcpfWaS;! pleading-sentiment; In East Florida about raven ui nfli', He ii'about strife anddisunion: onaecbunt of 'jbajexi*. wtnferd' and 'joy1' Itihey
I4 : thoie blessings wbic hye come<3o wU to'us iBoat the'bhlyjpreclnct intbiiopnttb s LflLl the attainment a'ebncert.'the immeliife ; i ence"6I slaveryv m 24
years ojUge, ft.Jinehei in. heigbt'Iij' led"td
it tclaTh
remftin TM'Yaisedthesplrif !wQt th'oet" *
.; '
m a common stryj' etioigivtnweifa1
anci I leld election of the *
an a object '
; any rate the'only place cUradopieli bythe Lei' were buried in.thli' town lut'If8' j jNiw 4 Reitif,4; 'eidbto :
; t I rejret the sty ley te'mhpr and much of toe hat we bavelbeard of. '*' [!ielature, which was that of inviting the other 'Yorkpp.rjleu C6 '=* tS "- bf discord td'tto tivnosit-organized foul its Iy mo lithl sthttbem7g.

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fv om mjfa&i > *"
For Tit
the Stmliet ff.ti*

1.! BffiiS %&ttl$; 4 t\4tJ%k Q '** IATW..,,",* fa '-* -Banefit.'of'MiguolLV AcaOmr, pei1ing, Reading, Wr '* a$ Matai LzIi..
L T w -" r fe' ** 3.r ; : : metie.. .v__ ,
Sk *
ge.the 1oflqwip1froi tefelt Tbj4rsw,5-
SJ'JW w, 3.ii Ahianlria-Va. n3SaTjr1 -
pxJSkltOiV .
: ;. Apri1 17.1850 grapby, Grammar. 'Vi
*a&IgUCC nn1erthe
cozig CLts1 .._ '- .'.fi d
ePaTaIsic,1 1 4eis 9fPOXSmissioney- C-4riehtiI.oth4.
4 .
h1otl4be1Jupoe AL& r 23S -' I. ATJRY tni Iotcny, M dims ( e'ev1jiIzrwi4b h. '
i : r &,Co, 5lS the tlobesj'aesing'
eryiarge and EzereklHry.( t.a. -
tamcuo itJ&ntAck ,*iieea Ue*vent I eeptt-of- 78 .noaber Ip efy-13 iciiliiflcit; lfnited states.Wsit on tbe' d. -
DOOTAD ; Keading eJF4z3 f
tf4giljIIee PittLftheLskiea4 SU ,. 7 .: -e; ,, pelhiigan flan-l-1 ... -.,-,; .
4 : iuJie-.t2gebrs .,
ForLadies rj& : apby'e4 -
) o.is4 w h I magur6it espital cf U$3VCOW, VdYeetee'.H
) ) Mi the above I 1iX lX I A.sEfyse.1 Beil1'-
J- Iklcndid.prhe of -
pce I lb. very Iowcstpri r-5 t.lf+,1 i'J--a ; .do -50,00c (daily,)
; ms.5t5Ofltlftg. .
did ---t
not report liovr many of them were gprnc I I -. .
---do .. ,
i -- 2cltx Ataetes: ie laIsI.,
r-iTbe PSU eleg ioajaw Pp r utVvJte I do j ,:'- Tiieo-notry, Cle'.itvy. Lp Intefl.stest.

if >jPW A& 1 do -'-- a : 11,534 L'bioc Mors1 Pui.. .
a < ,
< -- 2o do,25O .- -. ---- ; plSy., and ( .) --
entaLhe be tctmned; 1.6 L # i 11111,1/li 63 pthes dOGQWe1I.flUnIbI of PTfC,)' 2.000 ; .- : : ,
go _
ivr's ?> tfrwzf Iypq :; : t -.7 ; .
;4e eaed ; it 500 1ic1iorrvITi.r -
vresL ts tinderstood ttmf 0ie Siabt.pra fd'maifSm bees ,; 64 do .. .. .
; bncsTis' UteTin bWtaflg fiflKf* Judge t-'raJ rot i'1oniee Uon il k 9 JimSSSf/ :$14WLafl4'n-Tbe ,$. FSS&ffiSS.VJ.Clf to h.ith 63 do1 : -- -- -: -- 200 J FL-nvcnile CLas Department- ,-per.. ; otaornths,.$10 OO -
/ r-J? L fi-- r pers.bkpg'dmi zoTu1qpatiept, ee-sd with utcers T : do flUL a
agaiujj anil his
iii q11
\vav jo preTent all yo'u 5ftnanIs, bUbCenIna4.nhoe. to Limseif 4,810 coidQasII4.; 'S4 ir
uec&tOtemDtthe same : I \\' --, hundreds of -a: i ,'ff
wrr'rtyhic i1rgd'.nd t atoithak. uea willbebarroi. : j1opl1ei31yo1 year; Unde and ;iandu1r personwbo)1 groaned 27,01') do -. ; .: I unior Studies, *<. 2O LI
d s4 ebronic I Senior ftndica '
mOypthe "
Sam sporx Cf %54 ivnvLAO..7iJllTHT- ro i'giiknd bTPOt nef$ ayth Key W Mirch,29, ISoQ-S-ipriU 2m. ::t :i irlLbTefefletaled ) organs -. ?? -' t Use ef InatrunnaV; 'i fir
constZtUlAoDL ; S 00, .
will goand inff'ttMmgehreaS' ; !IIliPreparation.. The *dIy eestifyto-'th ecyor thi. IVice of certificates of Drawing&nLPuigbig; S. 4
packages, in the aboveagmfieent r ; 2' Ia lxi -
ojie6f the rfcst6sjWeT'will heard Jail -.i hi tu {II1 sezdeuce. *,.hu bserspUbUh dfwm have been by itsuse their *>/ Scheme, as feli vrs t- .*..- iVax \ and EmbroiJerir l j ad -

go home a: d naVe -a. law Jf CG U U?*. who his is Iflt: II v ot the7rnos verwheming LIatjnony time oeU to he thflIsand brought were it denb a A tfckot certificate of' package of- 33 whole French, Spanish, andltaliia, es '-3O i .

that all who'refuseftowTshlir '1 bettrhmpeJ.*" f-A ESUR1 and that h? belongs says to 3Qd name P. -. $IHII l l1 141 cIusIvely fi fnetlmleya.tu 'rhv.41ct.d-, : thoi forw,, pyj- Do J \\t ;$300 00) It will be perceived rtat'S 4) M a Us. .
_. : onot ttaval in ietn ilintt d io who bays aot used do. 23 halves 25000 | highest priee that can beeharg* fee.JaitiM
-f ? 'u -j-- Bounty,, fl i, ai t L! (III niak 1ria1 otixs virtnuand lo -do 1 he Literary fa '
apprj, 2S and Scientific
nt 45 bens1tswh1cki$1ou u quarters 125 Oft F Bia4 t.
Cruutpuc: DiLAlIcni.4lis4r6. Wni. years aqd is about 5 feet G,inches r :aAbettriw..4 thSl1VH U* fjofe "do the Ancient %. i"-\tfv]
niga. The owner will please J i "* -rV'".". ,, '' ''"* .28 eights 6260L Languages. jir. ft I: "" ; *
lYp oef, John Drew, .and D x\d\ Vann, Laye property, JjayjaaCharges; & beta I, F CF eVtUy3' t the bolder to all over$442 i.i.g i'nuiosvptihaii ajrzsus, n4Ji .yell --
appointed..by joint rjwkrluljflb of the : M. H. FREEZE I : STANDING. cett that may-be drawn Clascal isssrtiit
s ff11 TheehrEbe.nn I by the tweity-&U tickets 1itorieal.aaitMiseclise *Library. .
National Council, as Delegates k : -JailorColuvzbii; ,'l l7mptOmiOf'rEurs named therein* ,Certi- ,,jt. B. Vocal =
rfpreseat County; E. Fi 7 ;;- [ ScaLes halves, qth.arers and clght&i, ia taaghl > all the pwpiA -
the Nation at Washington in the neule- k1igor 4Ii4 IS5O S Ij ,-' -- I tion. .* propor wlthoct charge:*' E ." i* j\T "
y, : tt' iF : Y..J.zttsis.- i' 'A "' ;: ; _T<> .*- ,
ment-of-the unfinished, bulin fOtlOlflng fac.s : One-ha1fsrms of.tuition are t A-asi4er4 4.s .
? : wiili the .- M-::1- refej'e to the to YOUtOEeth. nhuiisp1ruirdaebttii iz.4ue -
great bencH I hav.r.ceiGd In of the mosf attrac- advance, or th*whole at the middle eif toe
Gbtetnment of the United ttroushi I1 HtHllKl cure of an obIt five ever drawn In Una. ,
Sty S to Jail, 1i I was attended eghteen$ 1 the- United States, and i well vholak from abroad asb4iii faflardeittar.
:I iL advlee nnd S regular and akilfal _.*' worthy of the attention adventurers., The.low- in the :
counsel of n. family of the
IGRO wi oi our assisted bv tne: : Principal, oKia ptivato Cami-
MAX 11 most able
who'ssyshis Pamela I least ... iuerer. AH the expenendrd surgeons, without [ prize that can be drawn by a ticket hatiag oh'i ties in the-towa. -
u LtRUIED ? j.4 4 and that he belongs to* THOMAS tar five w>eks in succession various breast methods of treating aaccr were resorted to the i it three of the drawn,numbers., is 2ftX). ,
?'LYnua. Baruwell IHstrict S. C. .. ;;: and for six n my was burned with i< ustte three ; "
IJe is was daily time* 'Orders
At Gnsymas, Sooora, (Mexlv ) .ota''the Lit ofWwyy j syringed with a weak solution of nit a-day for'-tickcts and shares and certificates
*, internal '
_-l aged about 30 years, and is about 5 feet 10 I I j j nicer was so large that it held c acid and the cavity or 1 o .. -Wd-4l.1RSuYoN. : ; -
packages in the -
{lHc!Wus of Jnanl4 j inches ? I probed the nice over an ounce ot t e solution. above magnificent scheme will be t .I.YtV ,. f :1
K otiinnon ; four of his front and examined the The doctor ADIJ 5&I-.7- :
,Eeq., teeth ore mi/sing. I il'' ;r to the lungs, and if I did bone, and said the disca : was advancing promptly attended to, and account of the draw-. .: .. 1*
fnerican Consnl.'Mr''THniiAg ft on3) BOCKS, -- WILLIAM GROTHE would belataL I ws advised not get to speedy have the relief by medicine v an operation; the rapidly result tug will be gent inrtoejiately after it is over to all D.LLMA\S.Ik'T1iX&.3. k4TM ; Lw t

formerly Xew Voti, Yvit, Jailor 12f Duval Countgt fla. i : !p I but almost finding no relief from what had been done breast,and laid feeling open I v nd the bones examined;- who may order tickets from us- 'February I1.1RL : 1'rta, .. ; ; 0

of the former place. I March 21.1850. v if despaired of reeoverr.f and cninirf-i-?__.*",..* .- v u-rapidly getting worse. Address- J. & (. MA URY Agents.

,- IJJlfI .>iu.i oeeraj, in various cases similar testimonials to my and certificates concluded pf u/cure by ura Uia|iy use nopeieas.of SIHM'g1MAx."HUes I March 7; fl50.AIezandriiVa.. Heebanlcal Arte aa4 .

'f DIED, -J. of
At Boston, on the 21th ilarci, ult .4. DAVU I- 1ttiH!! l'- decided until the cbapge.disease was Considering entirely cured.this as the It only probable cure my dsease lor my,case produced, 1 persevered no very I I AlacHa* County'TaIColletor'-Sale.-*- *- D.. APPLETOX & COIm .,

HALL;, aged 35yern, (formerly.' rpiwnt of titowa. : -1 tf '. f". 1GESCT.t OF THE ::: was completed myself ; there is not the slightest is now anpearance'of over elevea months return. since 1 the cure Y VIRTUE of authority in ms by la* vestcd '- -
WELL and B
rew York Life In erase* ill the cure ntvrly tftcttt ijr 8ASDS' Ourtfrt fnnettmcr I shaH for Fart Price Twe,1g-M '
4 Cozananjr, no clker wuiicuu of my kind faring Ski ISAPALLL, ft 1 loi expose sale in front of the C14* .

*ln Savannah',Ga., on Ibe2&1h $3 tin**? AXTOXIO C,YNo:6s; : JToir.'Stfcd, JVetsrTori.'luoKKis'PEjrtnrv .- flHIN';$ make Please; Yottrvaluable excuse long-deferred Sarsapanlla cured acknowledgment Itmt me/v,u with nf*<,,whicii"OT4".I /think tokn it**ray y nne duty*. to Monday court-house,. the door first, in day"of the town:Jnly of.Ncwnanvji'eo3, A. D. IS53,. so : A b i C ti .nT 1r ,.. : ;,_ : .

.O'SrauTAX: ;vife .of, CtarSfci' fe/ty'Siiinvan,-' 4 President. i when nothing else could; and I feel! myself under the lasting blessing of Divine Providence, much of the land owned by the following names OF MACHINES, MRCJLIXICS, NZNE.11ORZ .

and yDiagest daughter of Fracei J. ijeiieis and SpCscln: 3. BSSSDTCT, Viet President.- '1 1ii1iI: ;:;: have say many been things I cannot write, and I do most respectfully obligations tiro* ladies to you I can persons, viisSo ANDENGLYRING
to call afflicted
:, Ptrai yagfjttsft Acttf&y.JYtBOun -L upon me, and I will as I much of the land 4iDesigned'
jfntonio PeDieicr,ef St.?AngisLe..i1-; r and many other things m reference satisfy them fully of tie truth as stated above, being part of the Arrc Jonda for Practical '
t of Funds liable for losses, $205,039 34'lial. to the care. 7 Grantrand part of a tract of land knoWn as Wor&pg MenanQ -

of Premiums above investments, 165,937 67 :fil NANCY J. JIILLEPn 313 Sullivan-street. Levy's 20,000! acre tract, levied upon as the prop tIiose iteide3 for the Erixieer. -
snip ? E1S'PORT LIVER erty of Moses C. Levy and others;lands designa y :
From : The fallowing is COMPLAINT. ted on day of sale. ', ingProfesa.on' f : T i-
thtMoIiileJJaZy an :
Advertiser Mirth extract from
17 47. a letter -
:, received from R(v. William So much of ,
6,000 jhFormerly
OFJACJrSOXriLLg.APltlL 11. LPz -1NsrtAcct.-A- (lih Galnsha: a acre tract of land, known EDITED BT OIOVKB -
the 'practicaL illustration of Messrs. Signs:-I have been afflicted Stri*kire; Ff. Oct. M, l43. as the Atkinson and Clirk Grant, lyiaj betiraet.
benefits of Life I. of .
Insurance with M4A2CI.dSge -
**" : has recently been by a diseased liver, forth a severe pair in my side, occasioned Newnar rms and A'antafee river Pfoftttor _
I last to
4- tSTWB. t ( furnished in this city in thfc case of lamented I not twenty years suffering at tents what supposed Civil Engietn. London j ,4vestar.
our convey bUt
? ,.: L } 1 fepow-citaenthelatoEdward }I tbnt ; iine taking your Sarsaparin's I have been language can belong to j M. Bcrrien; also so much ofthe the C4WaFwi."Thi. .
April 2.-iBrig; Harriet MieL'? ..Y.L F.'Test. White l-t last o i have been able! to attend to my business, and (reatly relieved, so raoch Jind owned by the estate of D: L.Clinch, adverse of
; in goo4 health, some time last he effected fifteen months. I prc icb occsiionallr. f--f tie Air ic u Improved SysteiMf I.agns ; ;,
.year, wholly discarded within the
all other grant, being limits of the Arredondo'Grant .
3.-Brhf EmJIr, Wlsjorv Y. an i Sarsaparilla, which medicine, und ii-.uroughly! hnis "la metsuf w. .
:- insurance on hia life O5OOO, ia the .New- I can recommend in truth tried the r ,
and and
York Life any way afflicted with sma; y to all those who lying n ar Fame's prairie; aba ro did Is Cctors ; -
5 .r-SefiSai If ; Insurance Company, (formerly the any species of scrofulous are in dc4et4 -
remarkable cures effected esmplaint*. There have been much of the fcind owned, or formerly represented .
.-Brig Oregon, Beping .Nautilus,) of -which Mr. 'James. JVI. Mandon iaj i ii bottles tv as restored to better by its&eaU use> in this cintty. Mrs. I. Sham-, by the use of some six by S. D. or D. S*. Corbitt. being part of a tract of -- r -
ntm this city. 'Mr.- Test died Mr.. %v. iia& ih*. ned before : WORK ia of large 8vo,| shit eosUia
saddenly for land ksotra
1O.-Sch. John G. Faou 1Ia1l very (jlIi4 Seven.n1o i. tecn enoyecf ten years; and a Levy's 30,000 acre tenet also section TIUS
sndthe'ofhir iiay ta amount for which .hulifr :.Ze e ofa few boles. severely aiticted with Erysipelaz, was eiiurelv eurid 2, township 11, range 19, section 14, township nearly TWO THOM AXojrkoES, apwards 4

; .CLA.t. was insiired, five thousand (Jvl'srs! was promptly, : ; Yonri truly, WIt. GALtS1IA. 10. range 20. section II, township 11, range 2l. Of FTFTEEX HCSDSKD HATES, anij)SIX"tHoCSA.!

'\rlpri2. Sch. paid over to his family by Mr.'Mundon. "* I tli CURE OF A SCROFULOUS section 12, township 11. range 21, lavied as %vooncnTs..11 -will. present Wnkinjdrswinpand ;: .
t. upon
Michigan ut j F. AFFECTION i"
This circumstance $ OF THE EYES. descriptions .c: the most important machines
requires no comment from us the property of Isa&fl Frost; also section 16, township .
--' *' 8.Brig; Annatidalej-lConaant, Kit to give it due force. It speak to every head of a j f1:1j: :- Messrs. 84x01 :-Gentlemen My little diughler Sort,Kimgtta when R. /, Ocltber II, 1847.f1:1j 10, rang 21>r s. tion,5r township 9, range 19, ia the United States. Independent'of the resalu -'-'
1 family in a voice that : with a scrofulous humor one year old, was attacked of American ingenuity it tiill eowtaia com
terjMe. r < cannot be misunderstood, almost on her face, which soon after extended lew her section 6, township 9rauge 19, levied open as the
total ,
and would not be disobeyed The advantages of I i I two physicians blindness in one of the.m. and disfiguring her whole (ace.eyes 1 causing property of Wm. Thorn, trustee; also so much of plete practical treatueson Meeha.jies laeaiuery(

: r1OTCE. the.system, its beaeficcnt>nd happy results, will I ; II it all proved iiitfes to attend,and her, who exhausted their utmost skill to give her relief employed, bat the land, being part of the AreJondo grant,owned Kogine-work,' and tingioeering ; 'ijilh?*Il* that ia
tfTObeeorrtKersztfp &ugge t tht-mstlves to the mind t t' every reader some striking cures effected finally one of them remarked to me that he had knonn of by Mary F. Lewis, wife of John U. Lewi and ia.efu1is more than one thousand dollars ,worth' ,
bfcretofire' eiiting be- ao4 we tniet induce him.togo and do likewise." t ; 14i! one boLle, which the commenced by Sasnv Sarsaparilla, and advised me to try it. I obtjui.ed returned by George M. Payne, agent for John II. oi'folio volumes, magazine*, and hev books.. ; a
JL tweea the Certain -it is that :: effected an using, and before it was all Died it hsd The great object ot'this publication k, to ptaea -
undersigned, in the conduct of no prndot man, who has a entire cure. It is now over four years she up Lewis, sections pointed out on day of sale;-also so
the "Jacksonville Hotel family dependent ; tecn no reappearance of the since was cured and there has much of the land before practical men and studenV saehaa aooutt
onjcr &e name, upon Lim/vr support, win ti glect !. It disease, and HC are satii ed that rtis beinpS.rt of tba Arfe4ond3
firm, and style of. BuffiDgt J fo*, U this for a day the iuiursace of his kid. jI Ktaniar 5ilV5 me great pleasure to ad j that 1 can recommend it to every sufferer a perfect from cure. Grant, owned by the heirs of Nathaniel Well! ?, of theo.-edcsl and seientifio' kJIIOVIIbdgI.Ia a eoa., !
a -
day dissolved by mutual, tun-en t,. ;Tbie, bosineas -..tJ.nnugJ'Rates- __ I- complaxt. Respectfully yours, GEOROE KOiU>SOJi.ncriKiD y- sections pointed out on day of sa'e; also so much denied form*, as shall enable Cheat to work 1. the g

will continue to UecmdactedbjftAMlfnLbUFF1NGTON of'jksvranceif One Hundred of the land being' part of the Arrednedo Grant, oejt. advantage sad ta avoid tbosa. austakei' 1
,who is alone Mthoriwd collect the ; AND BOLD, WCOLCUL: AND KCTAIL, IT owned by Henry G. Marquand ection pointed which: they* might otherwiseiiiat it. -;Th*

dobUof the late Brm,and wL.iU >1$ ttj..
the etUemeat of their joint ouLstioiinencconuU. i i 100 ,- County tax of .Alaehna county for the year 1549.together gjiher is almost beyond preee ieAiA: saea works
SAMUEL BUfTJNGTON Ja -I (: a'v *;: -* ; aUo FvLvoe-ev.coscga or WILLIAM, Xiw Voax.'oM with the expenses attending on said lout there is hardly any suftjict withia itsrange

J'HILIP COX. I, ,- -!& IM- -r I ; U il-l! ; I- by Druggists Price generally throughout the failed States and Canada*. '' which Lv 'not treated wi*&-snca clearness '4
E. 91 i per Ilottle ; KX Bottles for $i. JOEL B SMITH aad preoiion; that even t man" rf tberaiost ordixuary
.Apiil 6 11.-I1 4t L ... ,
ew cry. w : ,; Lopaeiy canact fail of anderi iaadVaf itaad '
4r'.c:: I Till frcestcr and Collector
-.= -' 0 n cfAacJiua thus iearoin? frwoi ft mach wjgefc ttjs earnortaat .
.p.- List of Iiettirj 'a'g Jai S-tf n uun lo Know. ;- -'iJ7-- -T-Vu. .
Froai hz.izxedlitof
SJT : theprieij'asthon
R EMAIXING ia the Post 0 K? s* Jacksonville 5 For Sale in Jacksonville by J. FORM AN. Madison Male Academy. and subjecU mpruej ia this work, it 1s selAevide -

Jlorila, March 1 t that nil citizeos eofa/edfai tfcrt sractieal aadtueful
*. -- V arts, ete.,'rtay denr e eniUa
J4PeI,34t.AlbritLin. \ fI1i3Exerc1sr. cf this Institution advantages
** In the Circuit State of Florida
Noah S Jenuingi. pfia Frcjicfcs la 77 53' 42 1s j 89 34': ) Court : TJovu Coanty resumed on the &c'.ndM..nday cfjitnuar.eri from the pos wsioa and study of ti& pq b l'pratkm; .c -

Aeosta,' William Hi 6.b4 SOSI Iz-; 192-351 EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Mariah King, Executrix of Thomas -] Inrt, under the superintendence sod direction c r the following may be especially desgnaid t --

Allen, Mrs Ann King 17 .bt i ,1 C5 44 199 1 94 3GJ King, dcc'd. compl't, Mr. B Z. GAULUEN, late gradate of Columbia Millwrights:moaijers a'nd" boilotttxakM*; art*.

AllnSP3AnderonTobn 13 89 82 19; 45 191 -196 373 1"V CJI ASCEIIY. r*. College. From a knowledge of Mr. Oa'ulden'a Seers in brass,capper and tin; eutfer* sad work-.

: Log r'T1ii. T 19 SO 94173 461'92ll3S7 MARY HCLUNS, by her text friend, Sainl L. Euiritt,Att'y in fact and capacity as a Teacher, derived'from experionc tnaf steel in general; carpeaterl; Andrea,ML s Cassimira Lynch, 'A jl 20 .01 t* -1 77 47 1 9 1 1 401 vs.EE.NJA.VJS Agent of Elizabeth Skelwn and I Bill in aid trial during the qnarter of the lat year jusl workers ia ivory, bone, and horn; *W1 giaeerv,
B. Limbtinter. Cent 21 '92 971 e2 4S 41 t4 2022C4 4 17 : HOI.UMS. Administrator; of Alary Curti.-i, I Chancery.decM closed) as well as from the most ample! and satisfactory railway contractors, and eoatrtew'rs' fir earthivork '
"Barrow, Ethelded Luoomt, Wm'iJr. 22 94 99 1 49 115 4 49 and Arthur M. Reed, administrator '. testimonial] of former snscesj the Trustees and masonry of avery deseripti-JB;urekitcclc t
Brown JnoP ..91.13ann 23 97 101 193 50 196 21-4&> UPOX reaiicg and Eflr-g the Cill cfComplain! )t of John Frazer, deceased of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend I sad bridge builders; builders, Buisttc Buttons, u..

3Jrowti,. m tfirewn jts: E A 24 ,99107 19-i 61 I7 220 475 in thU cause, and proof of the residence and Philip,R. Yonce of it to the consideration of parents and guardian:! bricklayers; ship huilders,masters f mstls, ship cf
Geo L IMin.AVW- 25 1 00 1 12 201 52 '202 237 490 o the said Defendant beyond this Circuit, V the State of Georgia, and Ihoniu who may be desirons'of placing those under theii r carpenters, and others connected Vithb| UdiB&
Baker, Isaac DrBiggs.Chasl j JtartWit*Jane 2j Lr7 I 17 ,211 *3 2 10 259 5.21 It it OrJfCfl, Ui'hat a hear ing take place.on tbfacts
l31iDTrdILIP F j -27/1'; E27 ,217'Z 2142 &9 543 and aUegatious.stt forth in said bill on the York, Executor of John Frarer, of location and high moral and in- dreaetTs and rope makers; manataetarcn of bae -
Bronwn f r JVfcLewaH J*$ .. 21 201 23221 55 232 321 575 24th day of >Iarch next ; aud that a copy oi dec'd,defendants. tcllsctual culture inferior no other in the ..Southern and cotton fabrics; maunfaetarersr of ispinxtag t,

*iztJob 1. MeA-itir.' .JohnU! 2)-A2l33-231 62473565> this Order be pablirhed for the space of threin < appearing to me' by affidavit that Philip K'ionge country. Students may be prepared at thii machines, roving machines, eard {weaken aad

Buckingham, Ralph MeGiivbcy, Tho II 30 I:11:6: 23tf( ,67 270. 42) 627 mtLspreviom thereto: r executor, defendant in the bill filed- Academy to enter any CoHego in the United I finishers, drawing frames, wiflw ii aad aiekera f

BinWillim M&rs44t 3H 1 S3; 1 42- -243 58 3.14 4 a a so Tilt). DOUGLAS, Judge, &e.r in the above cause, resides out of the State of S tates. etc., coocKt d with cotton,tax, chd' ,woo| ma- ,

Barnard, J Cooper 1 McCaIJAIez 32 1a114S-250' 9367-46J 675 A true copy : Florida, to wit, in the tate of Georgia, and that The strictest attention wi3 be paid to the mthI I c ; 'ealendcrers, bleachers sal calico prins
Blair, Thomas I -PN4 S3 i'34-1B 257 60 435 491 700 S.V. BAXEir, Clerk, and the Seal of said I the said Thomas Napier, executor, o., also' deportment of the students, both by the t ; cloth folders and measurers, s d persons ia-

Bray.'John 1 orto4Jet&a t 3j j.l 3 1 M 264 61 453 50i 725 Court. side/'ont of the State of Florida, to wit, in the re and the Teacher. The Academy u located withusI terestedin sewing-machinery; antior-aed cbaia "
Bender, R H I : Laiiiol 3 :j.a1si-273 C2 471 529 755 February 23,1300. CmI s tate" of New York: the immediate vicinity of the village of cable manufacturers; cutting and j test .

Bailey, Charles TEaver ? t j 4Prawdy *. Z6-1.3' 157I 634-90550783 It it ordered That si.id defendants nnd Conrt-Honse, "in or -'near which good,boardici makers; pin and-needle makers; -Jiiil bad rive< ; .

I } 7 bo* L _. lr4iS3 .1 ,2'ua'J.TO 64C6 509-5fl 815 In the Circuit Court : answer the said bill within four months appear from the may be obtained on moat reasonable terms.-; .The makers;bolt and screw-bolt makervj xaiLevtUrs '
'tauTffwsVSataa B.1aLkL44 lit I scholastic will be divided into two sessions coiners leather dressers and earrieaK awuiaiaeta.rers .
i3I- ,I 43 3 TO T;s 534 5 9) 855 first publication of this order otherwise it shall betaken year of f ; '
*-. s1* ; 'cvd[ M* J l' i $9 157. 176 3 11 559 627 895 EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.I.V. ; five months each. The first session commenced I of great gnus and small arms; 4tnJkers;

Cliett.rimint3 ll'oi tri' 401.13 .1 s3 320 .67 590 6b2 945J. t j'"o further eenfaso.It ordrrtd-; That a of this order on the second Monday' in January last, and will I biscuit and cracker makers; lace ni n; ribboa '

Crayton, John I PartonA1'C.nto1uij4 C HAS CERT.ROLU'XS be peblbhed in Some; copy in th end before the second Monday in Jus*. The second 2 weavers; stone cutters and marble *&*46 U;dyer,* -
.. JIM 4j31iai.Ii. JUcROBKHT BAKER 4ent. newspaper-printed to commence on the second Mondav ia July cloth washers and. scourers; eooptjb; eider and
MAI7 by hf'r fteti frlsnd, !Eastern Circuit of the State .of Florida once a "
and end on' Friday before the second chcesj manttEicturers 4lad plate
LVcI4IcnjC. ; H. D. Monday in ; crown, eryc
HOLLAND. Al. D I week for four months. -
Ith. i Kjqba4n, Jan-3 -. vs. December,thus allowing a short vacation at the glas makers; sugar boilers and rofctrwith proprietors -., -
Et4.th5 It6.tt'ts:
Cooper., Iia & AXarUr. 1.IIIWg Koberi Ct Medical Examiner.. THOMAS DOUGLAS, eud of each sesstpnr Students will he require to of sugar.'plantations; ras ifatrftarors oi ., -

--iaeksotn-ffle, 14azch 2S, 1i0. ly U reading the foregoing nod the afGdavii .- -. Jud"e pay half the tuition for a session; in advance, and railway, bar, round;ribboa sod rojfinwj i wheeL -
.c.u2&tli9 gty ,of Peter .Spa:kman, which accompanies tbtsujne .S'PEICflt&BAKEn, CimpTtt. Salct'rt. the balance at the'end of the icjsion. axle'and spring makers; engine dSIi sad pe- t'ii' !

Levity# -. B4ee.3Jh' "T YING.AND SCOUJIING on motion of Jaines A.'Pe'ckn, EsJ.tit ., .-JaekJouviJle, Nov. 2lth.1l9.-dee134m sons connected with the IeconsoU a soUTh -C
Crysler, Cbas Jkf Jttoger: Ii r -/ Ordered, 'fhat .the lime far bearing th BITES or TrITON.' engineers and captains of.tu.seYen.cs( -

E'Calawall itomaj" .? Ho" IF ;. 1STAULISIIM,, K X T above cause be en14rei ai'.moved, and tb< : Orthography, Reading, and Penmanship, of stationary engines; lumber deal.* a
..t 1L -. IC- same be net down forbcaring'at the next Term o1 JVn' "'*na'' Connfr-'Tai'Collector's Sale.BY .-* per session, -. .-., 33 W of sawmUb; veneer enJtersjnery
"JV0.: S3 YORK STREET, the Circuit Court to ba,bo dcn for the Counties o P Arithmetic,Geography, English Grammar, ehinery; corn miHers,and-persens JMM Ied irita -

znsct4e5 I! E' March next as before ordered. front of the Court House door of Naigao usIng graln-ehellittg 4.hreshiag -- 1'
If $ 1E ., : : SAVANNAH Algebra, Geometry; Plain and SphericalTrigonometry'Mensuration and person ; -
E1w.rth1wuliuirea; ; GEO. THO liOUGCAS, Judge, &c. County,' ''on the! Arab Monday in June next, so -of-Surfaces, *| x machinery;iJuhl workers, carvers, *igrayers and -

-rMrtrrietr .! &w1cjoetb : At Chambers, January.9th, 1350. much of Ihe land wndd by the heirs of'Water- !)o. of Solids, SuceyiugYavignlion,' ornament makers hi general;persoi enjoyed i* _,

Ellis, J.bn-2 / Ssw1e ALEIA3DER aI.IX)1VAT, A true copy :!" $ ,,m anna' will pay the State tax due-thereon for the Ctmfe Seetforis/Mflei-enti the manufacturing of gasf ntaken pfi e pper and -

r. -.-. F. tcw4Snei prg. tTUXs its tbxks to big friends for the S. W. UANETT, Clerk, and the Seal of said[year 113 tax, SfS CS ct .--together will all neccjsafy Calculus, Natural and Moral-j -. leal tubing;linen and straw Jpaperjimakers-

StsrrsC)Thomas f rpri he has received cince he eowmeacei.nsinesi .I C ourt. *-" [ expends attendulg said sale, 1321 acres Aftronamy, ChemistryBotany, Miserr ; wners harbor mssterind other'interested iaedghis -

WiZ.. .1iwi.1V. P1skrkd b ia tbU city in 1J&52,aitd would state to his Feb. 23,1350. > 3m of third rate Land, boundaries unknown tfaidlanj I alogy, Geology, .Rhetoric Lojrfc, Ele- > machinery- sinkers; artrynemerahiludophers /
friends being and )vi=<* in'said nnnaty, and returned I nicnts of Cl4riehth-Nattthl and others using phijuopaieal apa-
t.phea U z1d1ey ,and the public generally, that during bis : ; Theology,
Flood, iramuel Simmons' P late visit to London and Scotland' ,he has acquiredvarious I to tthe Tux1 Colleetor by -William- llickman, as Evidences of Christianity, and;Political,*- ratus: and instruments;, miner;,] engineers, and .
FIeyJ.aP-2 :iT. fmprbvemehti connected with State or" Plot-Ida i Kafvaa Coantr-. one of-the heirs.- of Waterman -' >- r Economy, .* -I i liters interested in pumping engines; persons in.ercsfcd -

..FeTfUI,1.W** -- Trzb1en t. DYING AND. FRENCH'CLEANING CIRCUIT C6URT Ii CI14YCER.; A. BRADDOCK The.. .Ancient Innnae' Z23 t t in Buab and aqueducts; tratchonsemeB
Wi Sheriff and Tax Collector. ; : 1L-wPA1LkAMORE iiesident., ind others nsing hydranBe presses, dyaaaoasetria
fleming, Thou<, I4ni1-2 -which he trusts will enable him James'Murray, > Nassau County, Feb.14lks m -- cranes, jack-screws,'common azut feed cranes; .
C. Q'lf H 3Tucker. give generalatisfactjon Vf. BRINSON
ThonQ* vs. > Bat. FOB DIVORCE. ,
Corkers in nwtala and alloys; tin,p-Uta workers; .
to all who '
cr.iirMrick .iobnJ may please to'favor him L BIJNTlNG
-2 Susan Murray. J ,'. Columbia Coanty, Tax Collector'a Hole. ; wheelirrlgiti* dock avs-< -
their i miftofactprers; ,
with : ; jHinjj
.Alex Taylor gter hen atroage.La4Xes' and the Bilbof Com 8. THOMAS, -
; reading Lung "
k horologisls etc. Id eta Jp1.
ers and *
G.Gieo EL Tarlor,' 3/r* Ann Htf cleaned silk and woolen Dresses," Shawls-, Ice., UPON in this cause, and upon reading tbe \"IRTUn of the power veste in me bylaw D. H. MAYS The publisher* have expended a Jarre sea ."- .

G i|; r,Henry satisfaction.and dyed various colon, so as to give good affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant! that 1 shall expose for sale, in front of the 'February--,,1330. 'Trustees. money to get origmal drawings of ifescblaery iaj 1- .

I IL. Table Coven cleaned or dyed,' as tbe said Defendant reside in the State of Georgia.K Court Honwdw, in the town .Alligator, on p ractical use in this conntrjr anfl biye procured
Hga.me. L-2 Wooda tle1dred-C may be requiredGentlemen'*garmens Iatbessmegoodsty1essfonnerIy.oaauottob it Ordered That the said Bill be heard on the [ described
following .
b the third Monday in May next, Madison Female Semiiiarf &'jnost every wob on tlzeiu ect; etlerpb- .- a*
II.4del Wi -2Xlvffinrban. Woodr AlraGGraham. e the fact charged therein, at Lbs Court-House in property, or so much thereof ac will pay L Lihedfve EJ1an4. termtIi. -- -
Mrs Jlf Ws1kerMr ft -snrpamed by any done at the North,-or dyed as the County of Nassau, on Wednesday, the 22J tbe State and- county tan duo .thereon for the MADISON COURTHOUSE, FLORIDAI& parts oi waicn neing eoupnje4 fat 1 this -. -

IIaIringt9Qbeuezer may be required. Ladies bonnets dyed black, day of May next.Aud .- years 1347, ISIS, and 1S49, and the necessary expenses -".# > -- Hctionary, render it as perfect, and-eomprehenive -
&1s, I4enty. .. WeITefre4 A l anedandpmaed in a superior style. Ladies'I it i* further Ordered, That a copy of this incident thereto, vix: 400 acres second IV. L. Iifl1TONrA. M yjirjfCIPAL.' ;i as possible. -Thepublijhcrsh* endeavored -

04hgbe 5r&h Weflam1I _t and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned after the Order be published in some newspaper printed I in rate land, lying near*Livingston's Ferry..on-the t a we great eoonomy in type, so liiat each page

I.w$$, Dezetiu-2 Wflo'fjoh&t most approved London fashion., this District for at least three, mouths before the Suwanneo river, purporting to ,belong.to Amos H v.* IXSTITCTION, tmier the cars of 31r. o>f tee work contains at least four times the Bomber- -

Hoei, Thot4is 'Mr; M. KIEL has been appointed Agent for 'said 22d day of May next. Binney. u HAKTSOX, assisted by Mrs.HAKTSO ,;wo* o f words found in ordinary pages of "Tmtr'sim, .
-i.e WcoII'ruidanA the above'establishment," and win attend to the Tilt).' DOUGLAS Judge; &s.J. A. .1. T. WRIGHT, opened for the reception .Pupils:On the second This-has also secured tofeaek plat Hrorkiacirawiczs .

11AUjrnk 'htiPSsmcsK /eception and delivery of work in Jacksonville and .-SAvr/EK-wi. Solicitor fur Complainant.' Sheriff: and tx off Tta Aveuor f ., Monday January haL: n,,. -, "w r, of_ .ample. size anilelearnestti'so'' that a a.,_.* 4,
IUJ 1&IQ Srwton WsiII_ ihe jtummnding country/ Terms moderate. November 22, 113. -til' cstd CoUeftpr-Coltanhia CoantyAHJsator From knowledge.of-'Mr.'andiMrs./Hartsoa's c hanie : r 4 aecurtely.a4- inPihbse -
L4 4 J. Weverm1t ,March, ISaQ. 3mArredbndo i- ,, yNovembr4, 1343. superior;qaaliScations, as.-well--as boat the moil s erihed .-- t. 1 -: t -.
wbtItLE! c > ample and satisfactory tealimonialj ef their former The ishen srin short, id'i. d "

JuJaek-. -.- :whetMiE Laiids For. Sale. / Cuttti'S OFFICE; Nassau:County.'It ? gucue**, the TruitteM of Ibis Seminary embrA.eeibe gardl a o..coat, to make the work,>complete M, -

P .o,. skriu to; tri I4h x, __ -- --- CC. Bessent, Clerk'of the Circuit Court EW STO11ATIVE opportunity of recommending ft to the ftonsidT'ttoa possible i and it is hoped every cjiif-,desirovatbtaia '
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will pleaM cay they art adttrt N'PliaSUAKCE -- for the County of Nasaon, do hereby certify that SALOOX of vtsrents and guardians wb may b*degj'rons the work will procure it as a aad in nnnv'
aot pt them. -ft, rn ,,, I Court of of tDecreaof fib* C3rcnit the above u-true copy of thoorlgina9rdor. as BOWLING;ALLEY, BILLIARD of giv'ifig their daughters or wards, a thor enc and thus encourage the enterhrfae '
8LJohnj County,made at the list l /-i will be tamed U mleotUy
on iie Lamy office., igc. owh and refined education The work ama-
-. PostMasfer .- November T rm, the Lands in the .Arredoudo X trHTIIIE TbU Institution It located ia the immediate viintty hers, commencing in January; 1830,*od via ptWgr -
41ii1 1I8fiO: '-.vj 3t Grant belonging to tbfr.Estate-of Peter ilitchel, In TBsrntosr WUEIEOF; have bereuato neal set SUBSCR JCEJH has just opened, on BAY, ,fthefl1ge Madison Court Ho ueene JM with Trejnlarity. -, |I I'i!., ffi
seal ofoffice ,
being,no '
band and private (there
ie1eflfors&e. m'y JSUSTKEKT;North side, one door:from the corner of the most delightful and healthy> towns in tie The whote work wOI be pablMwa ia .$ ttasabcrs -
A. D. 1850.
;. For de crrptron of the'ntinl her cf aid lands, ,) this 15th- day Jarroary, .' of Liberty street, a Rx5sTORATm:, B reference may.] ehad to the printed" ** -cGflESSEZCork- -I and BILLIAJUJ SAUKKI. The'iEstabllshraent liberU &aeont Sh
decree. "" Sm moral and iuUUcctnil eultnre equal to any in tieUnited the current year.'lSS- will
etb a 'Proposal* !o a44re to Feb.. has been fitted np entirely-new, and-is open States. nautO. bgentn' ', ip a4- 9
a 1 -' ...* r. -... ...4 t-. *
tuual hours
J, poeeorai1e r CA:11MITC1IELL'I. for the reception- otofciton at th
:-" Reoo4 I tb.3'.W UAUt1PtOri ath ,- v Administrator's ,Notice. -THB-BATl -i wiBe thorough; and the pupils mil not be *ha3;receive th Work" -thiaja tat post -

IMoNVIs afterdate, we #hall present qr,beeasnpplied- with'tntf choice*. liquors,'and permitted to passorer any study without an intimate oQse {ree of e-pease:, jv?-.4Ti1-; : *- -

s it the Honorable ,be to suit calatdwQf, ;tie prepared acquaintauce with it., This will, beespeci 'Msrch U. :5sit -
IItV1e accounts and Vouchers'.to ( beverages every sub --- __,-tMacu __- --
:a1 County tax ee-arioi.fo-i th7er1. c6rt-.f tb.'Vtt.4 Steteal Judge .probate* lot Dbvaf County for a final with despatch. The delicacies of&n'I'awL"' lt ally the ease -witkthe exceedingly iinpertant branches of t.unty Tz.ie4st.ot'* $*ISjv1aTtT

ee-'y? xti f Ias tt eet.,riz) ii.- settlement and discharge from the Administration bat. all.timqa "supplied -- -; ject ofMMhema.&hisintbe4lffrent; .drilled-and of authority U ;at fe TSS -
win ba. thoroughly required
: ac.zd-rt.1aedj tngshpV *h Town i oi t 4f I -- of the' Estate-.Janus.D* Fe1otefleo$5d, late. ,T1ae flWLa1Tl!.. .- which pupils the for each ia etpoto tbh.sk..hj Cokmbi.ft.'*az3H v r. L.t Zo II oi iirtniiw ciyx;- mvI- of said Coanty.t rrw*.... t ,. "# .* imporfed for'the House, to give reasons step every' 400r,lahe townht N.wswvWi,.a. .
: 2 I 8t .1 12 L : ; /X JOHNAan'ELOTErv Ilu been xpreas1y and caleulat oa fr s ./ ? -- the first of 1 ofi '-'-$
; itge : to an ordersf -- is of the most beautiful construction; with air Tae classa in J/ii drawing.Painting, Yfa* Monday, day April, .44'ttaea -. i
Eut H..PBLOTEii -
; ow eat b! & ; thAjrfl Tei CHAULE3 ; ir India rubber cushions.- ". "" in*. Work;and Embroidoryi-willbe nndcr the immediota ,- i t1e land owned th fri fbflowing a ': &r'. : > -
l tbersol required bylaw 1* b. haM on the FL i*a*- r WAre is Lad]. TiA v s -- $ a
and Balls of JMirsIlartson and thee no
$; I I' tVI TI' IP January 3 1350. I 61A /;,. Tbe B.wlln jPIn$ care J otte Arrejcndo Grant. io&.tbs: : _
-p 4 I.4 4 VYPJI *, i n Led ; North Soutb-whre these branahes art part
al from the workman, and every eonveni ;ution, Peter M1ktI. kM. :
ZffldiiDdX4i4W 'o just scIenU5eaUyi property pfth*estate o(
t1 -' car.rts, if Co4mbi'Vom ., *1! Colombia C *B r, Ta C Ueet .
-- -- f" -
*f M( : ? t----- 1.3g' has beenprovided. ,-- The La lies. acre tract,o la.is4.W.ISI5f1J.C* IP
v -' infite th bJie t l wxll>at this EtUblUhment and general cportinent Ot yotseg iflv iaabIutt *4 eIoetPg$0 : -
ugt1 V j- B'Y 3TIRT1UB"of f the wwerrestei to i .w LW 1 Co'-dially T while at Ibesame Unmevery'thing eta sectarian by Mewrs. ? anal
before the Cewl ; sanringlbemfhat; shall spare no. John Mclatosb behtjr sdvesiaM T .:
laV.'I han for sale. XH. ;
expose avpidad. > ,
: : # c hnneoee will be as carefully $4 .,
thoir recreattoTi. $ 17
: oh1 the effort to contribute-to *itbh1 the Unilti ef t)5
to-efAfluga.l, -
Uins ,
door-1ithe JTbe eholi tle yearotten months divided law ..
q cU br t ;k ItstModa f'MaTeb ext'ene Jmpwred lot : ;coaGrP. T1V!. i Ln' near Paine'v pratrl wllay $b. ..
r eaehv The
.__*te.-k t.psn4 to, lsccia& 1y YXSVEELtAFI'iR DATRIht 1r In bfCbuanuiber1iOt know njfZ ) ,_ '.> stod wowdBtoflf comtneneed Of.Se-4fl0UthZ on the second Monday ia first Janaarr se* sj1onntiy tX'L1ebin eOd7 *$*M1i-- ---1 ---
tbeUiin *
eLY apply to : lodge of Probate for I lit i :
I and to end beoritbseeond Monday in Juae.TbfMeoad
fu County o .Afoare ; forXeiMn*f Adn inJ ration i"J.* -
Jl Ju PRI-J N.th -- 'qa t< ooninwnee en the second Mbadayla
iUary Mctku. P
d_ ';e -- th *t Uoflhflla* iohnGeorgeZirar -who &ibiJdn_ tY1lTx 4ssessnhi ., EW! !I r'jt'T 4'ii ; July, and end before the second Monday iaDeeomber. ;; ; ColZe4or

fa r dii4f3t4t .VMkdtJ e4lM1.& 6111 fl) ; :- $ Cict if CthiahMz Coss4 & .PnpiU *an.enter at any'. lime, and 144.i .- ; t .
iJpe.ovEYIorldi; o W4stJ .1 -: Aflittbr1rthbef-14i tff.*l4_ .'- -;; r-r., --rr r-4 t.L '
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: TU2iDjPUflL1oAN I ,. <:ost of on "thou84Ddcl iian.'The beads of Wes.. .my.,be4sA j that my 4' 'C A1JTiONETItA : a 1.:1. -t ".11 -U1u.e..

'I% I'V1IwsaJ t ',4 "T' ,I ,' ]leI and Fletcher are of.a;'good site for framing... :rf bearing was very touch.Impal red:'v After. taking A man by U* UmSo(.c1",1tP,.tgwih e-I CL1 i 1.k'* iIN 7'il dJ.
'J r"The sbuvplats\cnnn\ t be: purchased '&t the the&Pt.rUIa sFbort; fxnemybeulth Improved me t'Qe sasi.'P. .7uwasia& 'i.a ,
tT, E.brp ; mag ,: : f' : 'u, ,"n., 'o"r.J' ,3'1It Jc.1.b.4v
t storeut less than brcedollr1 each; throat is well I JErea' from
;, t and my now ; jut tnpit ewMprtilla.wbteh taf:
., } ; .,. rnvy0 eonjrn aad-tkhtness of tb.*chest as j erer-I "was- ueb1s psra*, p a. OVtjtK U"- '; J n..t nr. ,; .Zr)1; !
4 PI p Ar.otierScfcf'r: ( for Club.! I.ndan'hear',finite 'distinctly v' '. ly-JhrpaVba* Dr.Tewasend's, $SwiapwU;< inmi1t4It! ': .Jr

TF $. f. "JU'1-,.'.anunuyablo ;',An t entirely distlnet. 'offer from'tbn b"e., Icav- been well about three rrnohtha, tb*euro of which, Orljteil w'.TowiiIdi1. ,edoctaid, UJL. J'E SU..A.. r .W.ltt.

r avon or.ertg j trig subscribers to take their choice;of,this vie baa been effected entirely) b/ 'bo,6se o:your Sr aem was; but was formerly a worker, oa riboai,, &aJ ContraBgemont iCi&11'e' b&PT &pt I0o.i ; a

: i4 jbtfbrp the.exj.lra.Uon :range of prcmimns-Teithcr.theabove,1'Ccrs. \ or psrWa ? --OUISBVAN7 \aal ,and the Uk";Yel be..the tiil; ofDrfor tH, tka l .t--
u1. I ,-
those wo now propose;, dC' : 1'1IfIII1e8 of pl ialaf enwHi 6f w>?t **. aot 'TMa is U pmee

., ,o ef '_ $ f Every member of a'clubi; or' any subscriber-rn .. .AlfDAEMISP "& '.'ttt.t.8r dtSr'rIiTEK:Dts aauoa)l..paWio'aol lo:bo 4.ceivedUd> jtrchass..1, gres "or _a y .ofUi s Audu.

\d i 'red at the foliowingliberal! :any other way.-ehall each be:' enlided'to, the four or-irts'-TERRORS trteTh.i dangerous:and peas bat IB* OKJfUtJfX ORIGINAL OLD Dr..7 Claim arida ta4 Jtei tidz,

I rates. fJ .l we1\!lines) for Following?.'.beautiful scriptural plates'"Christ's" aianmng uowuon,which a,1weptfrom the stage TowaMnd SampariUa,.avia$ ,o." It the pI4 Dr'& or.'I.u1a-wrj ;* 1te & _
Rfbuke :WeethgOTer Jerusalem of infant
Bf-timo soTmjiny both at.tbe Innocent.ago -
lbs ft 8 nt1 nts for e I'bl'Ut "The Two Mans at the. iepulchro," and. the. Deliveiance cy, and tbo more vigWOM and mature age of man-/ Wuae. 'Us fcmny-eoaTof'arm*;' aa4 his ,sifaanu pay; ;I\tId.W .5t0flI. :

t.aro Vfu ij vu ej liners or.S&lJeter" -"- *. .t1'1lIIf hood, hoi at length meUh .?bn 'and antidote* across th*eo l of anaa: ;. Bounty Land 'Of'i : _( 1 lre ltfJ1

dil a i rf r jAl[ trfnsicnt, d"friS ->Premiums are only sent wbeniulicriptioas' aro ; 'v \3-3't and its remitted direct to tbe publisher. -
: .. .-- % by the powerful influence of this.preparation. A .
ent4eept bp t'hatjng running Tutf Lady's Book far lb 0 will contain several little grand-cbild Mr'Wm, Patrick wood-eor- : It cag.dsoMora.:, tI.. :>1 '

"ih t f. r..m. 3\, ld.for'prTou, 0 n thC&tiO1Ui41jrA hundred good engraving i' J der was attacked with acarfef fever, which left : :. ,I Horse*'k t Bad ,-t ., H I'i.j

:.' I. f i .:' 1 r Postmasters and others sending Clubs wilt her in a dreadful:state$Jier, dktsJ ; oblige us very much by having them all addressed with of scarlet eruptions a large lump I
particles ; ttrtd-; ( .
retQ1e remit
L' s their and mJv Jbto 'wrrie.jiW Kti .:
govern to ono name. It is no inconvenience to turn, ,and, something like a bile and at least two inches.in _ 'n *** ;
ttetgfo d t}. ui;' 1ti following rates\< .' will be great favor to us. / \ 1 diameter,made its a appearance the-shoulder, r ten aad TeasuUiV' Sain.J Mrta* ', a&* V->

: 0.tlr i (twelve l published.ix:'month Premiums' tothe (cvns: tending ,the largri which broke and discharged an almost,incredible e.'b: 5 fit'; ..-' 'rj- >

rer "f'. .', t.JII'. ". .' .. !.0 number of subscribers. qnantity.of..most, offensive matter; ,and' betides.the 'i:an :th_ bnupresentation :..it".r it .1'1
this; .targa.quantit waa discharged from '
Tw imrs, for .W' ROBtl'i, 15 00 'rbe'town sending us the largest number '(t SANDS' SARSAPABftLA.IN .. ears, of ft very offensive t1, character.' ,Almost oet. of tjM,";i tWwttk'tii"menU '
XCoft.rti debtor crtditon 10'( mail subscribers for 1850 will be entitled to the made ;
to ;*bd -. 00 pairing of ever stopping tbe discharge they rgutatioIs thditot '

AppIieatioB; f.i l tte n|cf.flidministration, .5.00 Lady's Book for 1851 g.atis; and the next in number triaTof SA DS' .JJAIlSAPARItLA,'wbieh ePfected ,h kpreprtji t*' adr each subscriber shall receive of the
any one QCAKT TJOTTLE8. a complete cure,' tbr child having taking '
for announcement etx-atKjiclates for office 500Af above plates. -. only one bottle.' For the benefit'of,those suffering w- kind oereri,ghii, .f may.roqahV ta. OTtteat' ",':_'

I 0&nnovB et&ent. ,ttl,be made,unless the same' Address. U A. GODEY, FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT from the baneful effects of this horrible disease, ofsnAgenqstUiJsee.Partienla ,. .

k. accf ponied with t amount charged. 113 Chesnut street Philadclibia.JM CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr.:Patrick will be pleased to inform any personas call ,atUnt" a,gives. ., l.tao, ]psepor" u.t4'J
.- ': notiee f benefit will be 17-ly V FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF to the correctness of this statement If they meal of L j"_
Editorial: + private: TilE BLOOD OR HABIT OF TIlE at his residence in Exeter-st.1learFaW'D... (Baltimore Qaartera..t.n'.11. ;:" -

: aarged 40 Vlf the.ra1( of tdrertising.Jteliei ENGRAVING. SYSTEM. VIZ jScrofvbi "- Sun. r *' -* -. Cha&-c. -.JI'cWme45and .

*s;Obituary,jand Klarriage notices, will SPLENDID .. rlI' i .Tbfollowiritestimonial'io f the value of "lbs extent' "of wr J.. --- -:..,!"tJ

V. .Wlgied" If Kinffrnilt Rheumatism, obttinatecutaneous Luther All to faiara
p gratis. | the Sarsaparilla, is .jFrorn the 'Hev., comsaapwatijyaSfr ._

I ,: .. auamainton!, mf t b, post f aid.r THK SUBSCRIBERS ARE SOW PUBLISHING AN face, blotches eruptions biles,,chronic pimples sere, or eyes pustules, ringworm on'the Wright ed 76 years,,Congregational" Mm- ,Prluicl') ;103.v.i;..,* HiIn'a. ,;' postpaid.. jigs_' :: .;(,..dS.4tt'sa ")T

--. -: :: r-1 f ELEGANT ENGRAVING vf trtters, trafd head enlargement and pain of later residing at Woburn.'*v A ,?' ,.. OLD DR. JA. TOWNSEND; iTHEORIGINAL .-- ':410",

L. 2J1 E 'ECLIPSED. Of the Death of the ev. John TTealfy.EXGRAYeD the bones and joints, stubborn ulcers syfhilitutynij WOBPRW Mass.. March 80tb, 1846.'Messrs : fJISOVERfl OFTHI ... Janh W. :B".t .

TBC fTAKDAr.D !* ER1CAM PEKIOOIfAL.V IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF ART,, >ioms,' sciatica or lumbago:and .diseases :Sands:.Gentlemen-From what I have ..Crenalne' Townsend' Sarsaparilla. ATTORHET ijr'b CovnELt.-.I't-uwt'"
arising from "an injudicious,flU''lJf mercury and from the information 1 have.>recently I" '. .. '
rjt-j;'" \ BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ, simile or drrpfy exposure' or imprvdcnce in experienced received front a number of persons of high Old Dr.;To"iur to now,about 70 years of .>. sad Will attend to P/o& knaI bnrfneW IDJ
Grnbarn'ai4azine; .I8 O.. AFTER. THE CELEBRATED PAINTINGOF life; a!to,dironie constitutional disorders $c. respectability who have used Sarsapanlla, I hu long been known a* the AUTHOR and DI8COY- ef the Eatttm Cirtvit of Florida and ii the F..J
four r.ntR .f tb* aRjfawR omoiffjit. roirjf. eral Court for thoXortbera
MARSHALL CLAXTON. least doubt but I is a most vain- Dutrjet of Florida.;
1 T THIS MeJi i'n las acq tifred a very extend- have SKJfSJlRSJiPJKIf.f**." Being po.*. b*WMotfpclled '
t numller Qt"Grnharn'a"" for Jan- Among the many good men who have spent and established rt'putationvherenr ,able medicine and thatthe ujimeroulcerUficates to limit msnnCiecnr: ;by which means'U km* 4.so Actu'z .
THE splendid Whole their lives in the service of their Dime,Master 'voa have received of its efllcacy are fully sustainedby been kept oat of market and the 'at.i' ,eUtom erib d t* for.'general Busing**':i* th :,Stato,"lUpNtl.ct
; ,
-; takentbe country by surpr1e. few ever exerted a greater influence for good than It :has been used, based entirelyon its own j experience,' and'altbough reputation and those only whu bud proved its worth and known its grants and dontia jrf landy and, PM Ixatleg>
.high u1b1I'Meainbas i always stood in did JOHN WESLEY. With high intellect .merits, which its superior efficacy, has alone utility are very extensive,and stand in no need ofni' value. It had reached the can of ninny,..Yertb... or selling thereof. r-J
literary exeeUenee Ba-u i'JetraJ beauty in circulation powers bumble orts to increase them I want' all a* tonne "renos who had been healed bf ton dliMt, .f :
and reputation itVnas. Won already for 1850 he united a gentleness of disposition which ena sustained. ,The unfortunate victim of hereditary afflicted disease to become acquainted and 'saved from death.:proclaimed. its. zeeltcnc aad 1M' .A"cm" -
laurels in the loud bled him, at the same time that bo ,touched the disease with swollen contracted are :.
abvndunt glands
greener and more and of valuable medidne '- for the collection of Claim the UniUd
with the efficacy power your woaderfalHEALING pos
praise which. comes $om every quarter of the tender chords of of the the human truth heart to convince the, sinews!, and bones half carious has been restored ; '. POWER. ;._ States for.Military; or..other.serriee*,.pension*,

Union I understanding and importance of the to health and vigor. The scrofulous! LUTHER WRIGHT. Knowing:'many yitri:tf.r..lbat he bad. by his skill gnpplies. furnished,roieat r8, and foe.horses .r,
C' of the '
Ffnt Edition ytt'Ute January number is holy precepts Gospel which he promulgated. science and experience.defiled article which would
Tttt other StiUisliabfe.
lost for which the ITaited
;. a1j-eaIy.czhausted, iftnple' as our supply! was And when we' take into consideration that his patient, covered >with ulcer, loathsome .to Prepared sold, wholesale and retail by, A. be of incalculable \dvontnze to- mankind when the : ,. a.-- rt.. .- *>,

thought 'to haVe bce; and-' A SECOSD EDITION manifold labours -of usefulness extended to a period himself and his attendants, has been ..made 13, &.1). SANDS Druggists and Chemists,',100 means would be furnished to bring it Into niivcnal Address JaeboiHi11eEad'f' Th1dehPbicR'r .'
tquaIUJ it tl4ie i* 'JTKS.: The vast increase of more than half a century-that during the whole. Hundreds of person, who had Fulton st., corner of William, New York. Sold notice when Its 1n t timable virtues would oe.knowand -
I of This time has the : .
appreclntcd. cnme. means irs ,
whole .
period an unerring course of rectitude was throughout the United '" : '
; of Us berttofuri Whrauelled list of rabMribro groaned hopelessly for under cutaneous also by Druggists generally applied this .
4 manifested in his walk and conversation-we cease years ; '.?ricO $1 'per Bottle six ; ,
their States and Canadas.
; .# enables the, SubliRjiers to.promise chronic rheumatism GJlANDAND UJfF.qVJlf.LKn f RffJI RATIO Jt
to wonder at the high degree of estimation and gIan4u.lardisordcrfl. ATTORNEY icOtfNSELLOR AT- LAW
readers succession o&mmbers of beauty and excellence very Bottles for 85. is manufactured on the forfeit ele. and U called ftn ,
such as can tkj eqnaued by- no periodical with which bis memory is cherished, not only by and many other complamtssprmgmgfrom a For sale in Jacksonville by throughout the length and hrradth of the land Mpeelal '- l ickso.iii-ni t ; '
tbe members of the denomination, to the upbuild the I it U found of eneratioa deteriora
the oriV* derangement of the secretive.organs and J. FOEMAN. ly as incapable_ def .or : '
in > nov29
t i --- "*
Wm hWneas
attend to
ing of which his untiring energy and exemplary doll ft *>ay professional entrust
Those who ba"a1Qtwl of its ten excellence the January and nnm-for piety so much contribute, but by the truly pious i circulation, have been raised as it were from St. Augustine P. C. ZTLSTRA; S. POT.ESTOS, Unlike young 8.1'.Towo.ood'.. ithnprore with aft -ed to him in the Court of the Eastern Cir.sjand $.-

l r ccdnvasmrnnc**?i ; of 8V'ryCC't.. the rack disease, and now, with regenerated Monticello; LEWIS & AMES Tallahassee; G. R. tad never ehani; but for tbe better; because II is prepared the Supreme ;onrt;at TaBaaaoee. Ha baa
who tare not the unprejudiced -
those affording
e prefer
and nnsoUUied, ; traiee of others. 1 he The death of Wesley was perfectly consonaawith constitutions, gladly testify the efficacy -. HENDBICKSON k Co, Savannah.JACKSONVILLE highest.knowledge icitxtijlc fnnnplt of Cheoiiitry.by a*>.4.tiJ4I.the lauit dlfcov-Ta also such,aa.cacttiotaj connection wit&aaable

press from one end'w, the} country to the otherechoes the even rectitude of his protractrd life, and of this inestimable" preparation. The testimony ". I---- ivies of the art. have ail been brought IntoreqaUIUon ia. Lawyer at asaTngtftn' city; ,'at win earatv

the rut!!!? Toi%: in'rocnuncing Graham's adds another to tbe many" proofs that the "end of of those who have been cured by its the manufacture of the Old Or' Sauparilla.Thu Bar a prompt and spe-Jdy collection of aneb ebuanaa
ifaHciine 5tbeauf'l periodical the good man is peace. The closing scene of the the first j taparilla root it U well known to medical meo.eo.t la< may be placed In ihii aaadf,..gInatthe.tate5. .United
to be the &fest anj = with their residence has been' published Institution will be opened on -
life of this venerable man is the one which Mr. use, THIS many medicinal properties,and slime properties which t.,
that has ere WeD issued in any couutlj I Lilt; For ourselves, eeeure. nt: faith of onr vast body of which, in JACKSONVILLE East Florida. it for use produce ftrmentatun and acid. J,. ,
paiatnTs ffltWul r-nv of the most overwhelming testimony '
his beautiful
of subscribers we 1&Jh at, as a ell as defy the ? Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation which Is injurious to the system. Some of She properties I'-' -
pury eCbrta ot comp btion around us. Every attempt ngrared in an elegant manner, we hIS;: tl1o"1..t? I fould be 'brou ht forward proving 'mostcoiiC"f of young Lads and Misses where they of Sarsaparili are so loittitt that they,entirely LAwIoT1cE-i t"

to steal the 1".'a garb.by our imitators woUld be a memento which thousands would wii >:'.,".''v_ its inestimable "value. The af9icted will be instructed in the elementary and higher evaporate and or* lost la the preparation It they are sot. JA3oyILLK5 i Augst:214s! ::

produces a roar whu& would be discomfitting tony to have framed and hung up in the parlour. In ; i haT not used t I. branches of on English and classical education' preserved by a eimbjU pv.ccss kiowa only to the* aving left top State for ban.
thing short of the most brazen pretensions. order to enable each as desire to do this to gratify and tn'7 and men will be fitted for College or for experienced la iu manufacture Moreover these .. .LU.
If' trauurerncttIDy'hui.e.
.' I heir desire, Mr. Sartain. who stands at the head medicine invited a tria ts classics til.priacipis..wblcb flyoffliv.pnror as an exbmla- to Col. Sanretl
are to rr.a TC professional life in the Latin and Greek ; .
-i KE\V AND SPENDID PREMICM. lion, under beat or* the essential mMctl Spencer who wilfein'coejnnctioii.with Mr JBa-
or his profession in the United States, has been ..* 'mathematical sci very .prep.-. .
I virtues and to themse r3 pd in the philosophical and .
appr tie of the root which IfY to it all its vain* her prosecute all isfiniahed bvsine .
this m C3 nM
"T x FIRST PuaEa, large and splendid engaged engrave elegant picture in bis 1 *
I best style and relying extensive benefits which it alone can bestow. -..-..s.THE. Any person earn boil or Mew the root WI they get a Tbe Militia elaSgas ia my ebarre wilt bo attndV
mezzotint, engraving:tile, Baking a most exquisite upon an patronage ", dark colored liquid which U more from she coloring ed
to iieofenection
by myself with
picture for rlor1r etndy is oflered to zany the price Las been put so low that none who "TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FIC- AILItArLENTL awttr Ia the root than from any thing else; they cia and CoL Charle .E. eherman Cot Washington
$3 subscriber. This premium is far superior to wire it need be without it. The Engraving is of I f L sweeten with ef
four quart..... then strain .ia';i"j: .Of n? !
into ,
TION. will be divided -M effort-jjiad*
any offered elsewhere; a large size, suitable for framing and will be yiAR ionr allii :SC= call Is "SARSAPAItf.LAEXTRACT I erery ky JoinUy to proaeeatailiCm
of about 12 weeks each with intervening vaca molasses to a rwalt. I have
printed on the best quality of heavy plate mccesttM .no authority
paper Bat such U not the article
,rcnT>j'EE 'CHOICE. The attention of the reader is called to the The will have two sessions: the first, or SYRUP '
In a very superior manner, each impression presenting tions. day knowuasthe to collect, the mc ey die on these 'e1a tu;aa I
For' Three Dollart,'.',' advance, (per money in all the beauties of first clan proof and following astonishing cure, effected by'the from 9 to 12 \., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S have always preferred have wbatever'.moaey:

". the State from which St remitted. ,) one copy oft will be furnished use cf Sands' Sarsaparilla: M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to SARSAPARILLA. may be approprialfd placed in the baada eta local
Graham and of exorcises in English composition and declamation. the interested
a as
a copy paymaster sues partiea may
THE FOLLOWING CXCSUALLT LOW I'RJ"Jl5: Tbia is After the first term no will be received This 1s so prepared that all lbs inert properties of the
to certify that I have a colored woman pupil select,after the act.for their relief.Ang23tf
: IJLRCC: AKD ;: CtflFICENT PR 1ST, 1 Copy, $2 50 1 7 Copies, $12 Oo who has been afflicted for the l last five years with except at or near the beginning of the session. of Sarsaparilla becoming root acid are or first of fermentation removed. every, is extracted thing capable and (Nef ;' GUEGORT'1 :

distinguished engraver, and which may be 3 Copies. 6 00 I 1 13 Copies 20 00 Scrofula and all the remedies I used had no effectin and no pupil for less than one term. rejected; then every particle medical virtue I Is secured .

considered of the nioBt beautiful specimens 01 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY TOLLARS! arresting the progress of the complaint: on the Board will be provided in Town. at reasonablerates in a pare and concentrated form; and thai it U rendered. 'Spender' & Baker
art ever presented by soy.magazine {iub1ishcr.- contrary she constantly grew worse; and after per month, for pupils from the country; and incapable of losing any of iu valuable and healing > vATTONXTS
And also, a new and beautiful engraving suitable So that members congregations and other, expending between $70 and $30 with physicians, parents and guardians who may desire to avail properties. Prepared this way.It U made the most ..A.Tliiw, "
for framing;Gf* Saer*d Subject by> sending together and forming clubs,can obtain besides using other popular remedies without success themselves of the facilities of this Institution for powerful agent in the Jasoiitzill'' Fl' :It

this most impressive picture at till tbe dL.ase had eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and others may be Cure of innumerable diaea es. Jo.It
BEARCS6\THE FAVIOTB!( TO THE TOMB, Only one dollar aud half of her nose, made its appearance on various partsof assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Hence the reason why w* hear eowmendstioas M Will practice i if.the several Court*i the Eastern
prepared expressly,afi'd at.a rery heavy cost, as a a a copy!!! her body and bad finally commenced its ravages the health, comfort and progress m knowledge of every tide IB iu fevor by men. women,and ehildwn.W* Circuit of Flo Ja:in the U. S.Dbtrfat Cow.

Premium Gift:to.nflw subscribers to Graham's ,: Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her month. all who may be entrusted to the care of the Prin find it doing wonder la the care of" COM- Northern District Florida; the Supreme Co rt
!faaziae.> thv if dtwsd. fee will furnish in lieu nineteen figures representing the following pcr- In this dreadful situation with the prospect of cipal. RUFUS K. tfEWALL, COJtSVMFTIOJf.DY9rF.rSUI.and la BH UMATliJ.JI.LITER SCROrVta.PII.KS at Tallahassee; aif 4 prosecute claims before Congress

of either of the abot. prints a complete of ourw,4&4 seas, (of man v of whom accurate j-ortraitsuregiv. death staring her in the face I stated her Principal. riJIIJfT, COSTtyKJfKSS. CVTJlJfKOVS EKUf7VCJVS and the De]Mrtn.. nts of.the Govenuuwt at

-tmlt Wl;ibvtfE80E en 1D., from originals_.__ !>..of.,.great??, .rarity.) case to Dr. Disosway, the agent for Sands' Sar PI.AlPL,BLOCTIIES,and all affection Washington. fi .
.uiinicb OT THE UTE WAR WITH Kcv. JOSEPH BRAUFUKU.? 8RMUiI1a. in Newbcrn North Carolina by arisins (rum .. J. MCROBEKT Eizs.. "s. Srctcxz.
; "n.,._ .__' __ -. IMPURITY OF
; \shico. '
: ; Mrs. CHABLES WESLET. 6-lf IT *
surprise and that of neJgbtors.lo'w'nonJher Sept. { -
) r amarvellmu efficacy In all cnaptaliu art :
2 i For Fire Dol,, lfCo tepies for one year,and Miss Si&Ait WEELET.Ilev. cage was known after using four and a half TIlE Committee of Direction has aaopiea slag li !:BAssesnes ous imtgtum, n_ ..Jit.,rHt StmuM*. from I' -
either-f thifriuU to each subscriber. I THOMAS RAMUN.AUs. bottles the was restored to perfect health, and thatin following regulations: nneqnal circnlntma.determjnatioji of feiw>.w.k* 4.palniutlim J.McRQUEJtT DAIR,
ewpycf for ana I, ESTHER Ass Koorrs. tbe space of three weeks, and was able to workin The Scholastic Year is to consist of four termsof of tb*bean cold feet aad hands,cold chill .
TVn'DotfarvFire JAc43oltyILL
For Copies one year Miss I.rrcHiE, afterwards Mrs. MOETIMEB.Rev. two weeks from the time the commenced taking eleven weeks each. and hot flashes flYer ihe body tt has not tu equal I. K. 1:, :? f--r
a copy of Ike Magasint to the Postmaster or per- i JAMES ROGERS. it. Orthography Reading Writing and Arithmetic CM.and Cngkfi aad promotes easy expeetoratt Coutsazoxux ij t DUDS Alabama,Geoc&.

voo rorming the Ui;-'I; and either of the above Master JAMES ROGERS a child seven of In witness of of 84. The above with English and gentle perspmtioa, relaxing stricture. of. ,th* lang\. South Carol Da I i bnJj
Prints,'or* set pf l') .to.il.8 to each subscriber. I years the truth this statement I have per term throat, and eveiy other part.. Carolina,Vir >Maino
For" twenty. Dollar( Eleven Copies for one age, the only person now Ih'lug who was then hereunto affixed my name, this 19th day of Sept. Grammar and Geography per term, $5. The Bulla nothing taIlS excellence more manllestir.. Pennsylvania ConficetJent andusmissppt.;".:

*,and a copy of Sher 6f,the Prints or a set of present.Rev. 117. above with the higher branches of an English Wd acknowleiited than In all kind and stages of" Jan. J.I3GO. m !' "
yea JAMES CHEIGHTOV.Kev. Geometry Ilwto- )1" :
education embracing Algebra ,
the Portraits to eocu Sifrseriber,and a copy of theM JOSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. t"I-
the ALEXANDER: MATHEX. ry, natural mental and moral Philosophy, Botany It works wonders ia eases of ftutr:'Mm or Jnilu. I
.gaiio to the person ending Mouth of Nense River, Craven Co., N. C. j.. P.lSNDRR8O'. ;
Club with aeoy-ofjb ojthe large Prints as an Chemistry Geology Astronomy Rhetoric rutiftfti ITmt. O .tr>ef V5vajrr Mc4. or PtnfmlJUntet. :
Rey. JohN.BR0ADBENT. Logic and Evidences of Christianity term, Irrerlntf of tile menstrual periods and the ATTORNEY AJD C COC5SELLOR AT LAW?
additional premium.u 'J; Rev. THOMAS BEOADCENT. ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEARS' $6. Each quarter to .be paid to the Treasurer like; and U as eOectoal caring all the funos of. fUM ,OJ' _
.:tFor the fWt ; nifnu rf those forming Rev.GEORGE WHITFIELD. STANDING.This in advance. llMft*. HAVING ren ved his office fronrCoIambta

Clut/siti eofl/zecf/Wi/ ; U'1h! oilier Publications Rev. JONATHAN EDSIONSOX, The Scholars will be under the careful instruction By rcmuving-obttraetiuni.and regulating the general y td aadaonriUe.' Dun,.! Covaty,
effected in system It give fame aid strength to the whole body, respectfully in&rays 'friends that bo baa
send Jons HORTON, Esq., one of the Executors of cure was July, 1844; of an experienced Female Teacher. > aatociated -
TOne .
trIll thus all forms ofNervousdlaeaaes
we ", 2 cures with! hhuo 2a.&he practice qt Law.bis
Mr. WE'ir.EY'sVill.. there have been no symptoms of a return, Provision bos been made for instruction in Latin .
6f the M..i-zin6.Dd One of the Saturday and debilityand brother Sv W.- -P.
copy Dr. JOBS WHITEHEAD. "WESLEY'S -, and and Music > aDsasoa. .'l j t. .
French Drawing -t
Evening Port l fr Four DrJla,. and Physician and her health still continues good, July, Painting will be made. thus prevents.or.relieves agrees variety.of other The firm will bfireprtsented a& ia-i-anderefy

One of the MagasUi {,oJ| Two of the Post forFire Medical Biographer.A Assistant to Dr. AVHITE 1848: for The which first additional term commences charges on the 8th of October maladies. u Sfiiut irr. .' Sfnrdfi. 8tD Tit.' Term of the Cireu C.rt in the several CoootiM
MU twanitg.-ffUtftit flu. CimnUitmj.ate.
of the Eastern.
# 4 Wlcut. Yii ; Arw York July 25,1844. J&kifi* Circuit tboCountrt; 'f
Three copies-of tlra -.ISlagacuie and Four of the Agents for the sale of this fine work of art, are next.Applications. II cleanses the blond excites the liver in .tJay. Hamfltoa ,ia'taej liddlo -'& .Uxt-Aipraao
i-Gentlemen-I for admission are to be made to *1*., tones the stonineb. and civet fnad .,. relieves
I Messrs.
SA\J i consider it but
in of the
wanted United r
TtnDo&a A'tatcs. For
Post for part Court at TallaluAfte
*,. every the Committee of Direction.J. the bowels otinrpor cad conttipatioej. allaya laauBBMtioa. ,and the U. B. Court at St.
Four-copies of the Magazine and Two ofthe Post further particulars addrens an act justice to "ou to state tbe followingfacts M. DANIEL .parfftes the skin quails** the eiKawtioaef Aarastia*. All. asiacos eatrastod to tbeir. cars
for Ten DolI4,. i GLADDING & HIGGIN', Publishers, in reference to great benefit I received in l H. ? th* blood. producing gentle warmth oqaally all ore will receive pronryt attention. -<. ? : .
Sx copies of the MagAiine and Nine of the Poet Methodist Book Store No. 40 North Fourth the cure of an obstinate .\'icnol1s ULCEK .on Dr. D. HOLLAND the body and the Insensible persplratioa; relax aQ Address-J. ibjt g. w. B.t1UJ

for Twenty. DdtaJ-!' j ; Street Philadelphia. my breast.I A. M. REED Direct ion. Strictures and tightness, removes all obatraeikm sad .soviUe.Dval Ctitv.Florid*. ,,{
to. citEAT tflE1t"Z'OT0WKLTb. This Elegant Engraving will be famished, was attended eighteen months by a regularand Committee of nvlgorates the entire nervous system. 1* not this then J&ekaonviflea J |. 17, 1850. .UA'

wholesale and retail by the Methodist Book Establishment skilful physician assisted by the advice and Rev. I. RT.,7\talUTtr. The medicine you preemhieatlJBerilBol

Post Office of allY town in the Uuiou,from 200 Mulberry St., New York; and counsel of one of our most able and experienced Jacksonville July 7, 1811. can any Itr tbrse thinn be said of 8.P.Tow_.. To ill Clela anta of, Private
which we shall reeeireute greatest number of subscriber by their Agents throughout the United States. surgeon, without the least benefit whatever.AH .- hferior artielol This.0.. man's llqnhf U n.* to lit Grant '
to 't Graham' Magazine," during tbe The purchasers of this Engraving will please the various methods of treating cancer were Mrs. A. \. MAXEVffflAKES COMPARED WITH THE OLD 'DR'S. *3id* in -theState- .,

year between tbe first.oi January, 1850 and the bear in mind that this Plate has been engraved by resorted to; for five weeks in succession my breastwas this method to the teeaaoe of one GRAND PACT that the one U INCh Florida.TTOTlCEish, I' ; -
firrt of Janvary.18&l, h Bach Post Office lit to subscribers through it,) for six it was daily syringed with a week solution lie that sho will keep open her Buarding- ;. VeD to .acbaai-every
the impressions will,therefore be all of the first order House the winter for the NEVER SPOILS.while 1 Claimant
during reception of f0 aal4 Florida Graataf that
hall be 'entitled to a continuance of the whole of nitric acid and the cavity of internal ulcer
and not such as are taken from tecondhand was the other DOES .
accommodation'oC ; ,and
Boarders and for tae strangers mrng.ftrmntinf U**> the respective Messrt. David H-Bur.
amber subscriptions' gratuitously for.one so large that it held over an ounce of the solution. t4 lotUu
year English Plate is jr < eon tainint It Into ffagoicnu th* ad4 '
after the expiratiotuif tile year for which the subscriptions The doctor probed the ulcer and examined the or travellers generally. Grateful for the very liberal liquid exploding and duniadag other good i sear.II"'sot M.Ralph W. smnerE' ucler MeKa .and Arthur

hall hav%been paid. bone and said the disease was advancing rapidly patronage hitherto extended to her, she willspare this horrible compound be poisonous to the svstemt Randolph, appointed ky the. ndn. >

The Magazine will I )b> continued on, either to "1 'ra a m.n. and deem nothing which relates toman to the lungs, and if I did not get speedy relief by no efforts to give satisfaction to all'Her ml/inrf eU into a system tlnvly Jiittttd ritA acid' signed to survey sd LuoX aad hav- bocos.M.igned .
the eatacribenthenMehjea, or to the agent through foreign to feelings." medicine or by an operation the result would be house is commodious, and situated ID a pleasant What Cannes PyiliepaIa| but acid t, Do we not ail kaew < to their.ral Belda operation.-' ao4 are
my part of the town.Jacksonville that when fond soars in uo w ready to entet-on their dntieev, .1 Atrt
who We may reoei* the orders for quantities, fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid our itomacLs. what mtocaMk r
; open
a .i mod M whom the patkage. or packages may be di- Toath & Manhood. and the bones examined but finding no relief Oct. II, 1819.JACKSONVILLE. U produces flatulence-, heitrtburn. palpitation of the All those holdinp titVea,or who fcitve-Vrightfnlclaim
heart, liver .
or to both.(if tj&ere should be both in the : I ,A VIGOROUS LIFE:. from what bad been done and feeling I was rapidly corruption of complaint the blood aiarrhaa What I*dysentery Brrofala bnlaaacid colic and to any of to -Ua s ia QMttiAi' or who say
Rd DJJ have k owled the
sitt, town as the eaM timy be. J\ OR APremature getting worse, almost despaired of recovery HOTEL: humor >5 lbs tidy. What pniduee ,H U the banes any cat
all Setters to bo Ad- Death. and considered their respective cIlia, are &la'-r dgrinJ to
03": Postage en pre-jvid. _. my case nearly hope- which bring oa Eruptions of the Skin. Scald Head.Bait
--- --" come forward with':inch and en-
are $AMUELDATTE1thOj&: : CO less. Rheum. Erysipelas Whit Swellings. Fevet Sores and
"'Feb;21., ,98 peanut St.. Philadelphia KINKELIN ON SELF PRESERVATION.Only Seeing various testimonials and certificates of 2r11IE all alterations internal and external T.' rt Is nothing oa- dencea of locality ifi K.."be in their'MwW t*
cure by the use of SAN OS'SARSAPABILLA,in cases dir heaven but. an acid ubstn ce,which sours,and tbs produce 'This 1IJ1e:taore 'espeelenJJdefcble.as : .
i.p i 35 Cent. spoils all the fluids of the body more or less.. What prompbew in tais tiealar-om'tko of
similar to I pii
'GQ Px \ BOOK FOR 1850. my own, concluded, try a few bottles
.: rs. fjnhis Book,just'published, is filled with useful ,several of which were used but from the long Snbserlbera having taken a lease of .causes Rheumatism a sour or acid fluid which'la claimants will greatly facOitate the operations of -
J '' ''JL information on the infirmities and diseasesof deep-seated character of my disease, produced Hotel formerly occupied by Mr WOOD .la.1ea and H-ef! betweea the jolms and eh*when. irritating the surveyors in tn execution of their workv and

Comparison ,letwetrt Godey and the other the Generative Organs. It addresses itself very decided change Considering this as the only no respectfully solicit a continuation of the extendedpatronage Mta t So inflaming of nervous diseases delicate of tissues Impurity upon of the which blond U, I the better r.enable the Government .b ''th*

;:.:, ;ifhiltulelpki*,MontUiei. alike to YOUTH MANHOOD and OLD AGE probable cure for my case, 1 persevered until the which has hitherto been bestowed upon of dsrangedeiculationu. and nearly. .all the 1l.'iente surveys in questio to';% speedy"'and. '.satisfactory
this well known establishment. *
.. N,IS. i" 916 To all who apprehend or suffer under the dire disease was entirely cured. .It is now over eleven In order the better which afflict human nature. ,< termination. j t : .' *
1 Is 116 La4yf thin* qok gave 148 pages which consequences ot early or prolonged indiscretions. months since the cure was completed; there is not to merit it, they have enlarged and thorough- Now is it Ret horrible to make and sell;and a.sisZy ThodwtricU. assigned the'&... ,- for'the
more r and. He more than thetberPhilzdeljbit'4ly. to all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary the slightest appearance of a return. I therefore ly repaired the building, and adopted many fmpro.ement8 teorit to use &bl.SOURING. present;will be aft,fttjewst, Ciea.hig. a

gave 281 engvavlegs and baneful babiU-to all who in addition to pronounce f1'YftWELL, and the cure entirely ) to promote the health and comfort of .FERMENTING ACID "COM- centre,'point;at PJcotea, on the Zsajnj
wbJcli effected ,
'' among falTp --'Jateh were:twenty is 136 colored and declining physical energy arc the victims of nervous by SANDS SARSAPARILLA as hock no other their guests. The old friends of.the house will POUND" OF S. P. TOWNSEND extending fJle surveys: tionh and fouth, oa both
.ninety-three L more than and mental of medicine certainly I deem itan advantage that the table.will id b would kin r'a. sides of the river (the elaims be'des
1 ;one ud ISO _ore, tntn"tb; other. debility and moping and mel- rf any land during the time I teas using yet bareR understood that Old, soay gaated.
r b !o4y's shall ancholy despondency. Dr. K.would say- .it, nor have I taken any since. be under the superintendence of an 'experienced cob Townsend's Onuint Oriri.clSar..IllaiI.'IXIT \. Bcn'wjJl surtey the grants jUt.ttat:Mrtioa
; i
QoJe3i's that
JtooJjJw-lSSa surpass Hostess by whose A 1'rON of his ?
.. .. Please excuse thin aid they flatter themselves they Inferior preparation I t of the country lying immediately west'ef&MJ>StJohu'
iO .k4 in READ THIS BOOK. long deferred
azJ4ea.. -e. ..t, >w>nt. acknowledg leavea forbid
p pri shall not be rivalled by any Hotel in tho South, that we should deal la aa article which from PicolHta U the
snout which I think .
it ut.Jt.0IIiJt. to
andtofcvm*; Tbe my duty to make. Your
za valuable advice would bear the distant
Impressive most resemblance .
it being now enabled the to$ P.Towa
warning ,by constant
steam the north line of
commu- ta MI'.
valuable: Sarsaparilla cured with tbe > 'Noy. IB th*
sf- Terms-Cash in a fance postage paid. gives will prevent years of misery and suffering of divine Providence me, blessing nication'with Savannah and Charleston to have scud's erticlit and which should bring down apoa th*. district comm'enciag atTaafeut sink
when else Old Dr.such load
and Thousands nothing eoul< mountain eomplaJnu and erhaina .
save annually 6f Lives. ;
the tbo'le
:-* xloKIFICKNa AxbiEtPKSSIVK and 1 feel advantage of the fine markets of cities., UOBS from who have of the St.John's, Jd down saM timuD
: PECMrTJMS. Parents, by reading it, will learn how to myself under lasting obligations to you. In Arents sold. a" parehaaen who ttundiny
v prevent addition they'bring to the business
1 can say things I cannot write an experience have used B. Townsend's FERMNClNQCOM between the river 4nd 1D4'toeeuUcf'.bJ: the
the destruction many and do ,.
Subscribers to Clvb Subscribers of their children.
a : r tingle of which will .-
most Invite ladies many years enable them to POUND. State line. Mr. d &Y'
respectfully aflicted I luthodistr1c'bthg
:Y -" may choose dt/eftnt Engravings. OCF,:addressed A remittance to DR of 25 cents! enclosed in a letter been, to call upon me,and I will satisfy them as have fully fudge better the means of attending to the want We wish It anderstood.beeaas It la the* M/tif.taI on the wes ,.id. oCte&Joba'j oatIa.Gtffe
KINKELJN N. W. cor- of the truth of those who visit the mild climate of Florida,for .thatS.P.Towniend'sartieleand Old Dr.Jacob lows latft and Mr. RAXVOI- la the
1 One yeartfcrQ as stated dMriot ,
4 copy'one dollars with any two ncr of THIRD & UNION Streets between above and many other of health send's Barsaparilla ars ienca-vM. ecwtemc
of the following splendid Premium plates: "Death Sprnie & Pine, PHILADELPHIA, will, things in reference to the eaSe. thenurposes The or pleasure. iitnmtUr; that they are unlIke ia.c..a4 iaft It alp, ing at Picolata, onihe vast bank of th*6CJ.>i
4 r je41! Of tbq Rev. John w)Jtey'" Preoch- ensure a J. INCREASING reputation which the climate every parUcalar and. running south:'roea Picolata. "K "
.4 "Wesley book, under envelope, per return of mail. NANCY MILLER of Florida in the having on* single thing la common. <
ia tbe ADzphttli possesses estimation of the Med As 8. P.Towasend la :It is requested tint an IDtona&tf D- t
; lug ;Gwenap atre; "AmericaGuided'by 218 Sullivan street. ical BO doctor and never wails a* ; thfpo.
FIFTEEN Faculty the. of
I :W1sdosn3eu. Taylor and Old YEARS. cure consumption and chemist no pharmaceutist(".no more of medicine session,or power o{; claimants, be directly eoramnnicated. -
of extensive and tuns' other pulmonary diseases, baa induced a vast increase .disease than. any other common unacientoc .to the '
,IJ .WliiteytC'Liken4M ofrte Rev. John Wesley; uninterrupted practice spent in CELEBRATED SARSApAjuLLA.-.TJiis ex- unprofes a peeU1'e ratreyora, the betUr
I "Do. of tk Co-laborer;die Ilcf, John Fletcher:" this city have rendered Dr.; K. the most expert ccllent couipuund which is creating such a. universal winter of travel of'to those this.State, during the fall and tbey-are sional man, what fiuiratKM can the public bar* that to enable them to gefcx establish the try*1*.

i -.the jaiL i"i" tbopgbi t4arate engravings w6i andsuccessful practitioner tar and Intcrc throughout the country baa tuudo months. who seek, the.'relief affrd -; aU recelvinga the genuine tcteBtlnff.medicia*. coo cation, and bow dAi_of the s41_.fJM*-
all near, iu the i !
    I count. enly one pr&uaavi.' J I treatment of !aaes of a. private nature.- its way successfully fnto the favor of.our citizens.1 I thi fact the subscribers have determined that and which are Incapable or changes which aught rea .I. B.-A. PUTfAf 7 Sunewr Genera!.
    Two for nW of I Persons afflicted with ulcers the and the 4ertMII th'AGENT8 or Disease 1.&eiad I ; 'Si::'iiG1ii
    T copies ; "re"and.any two the upon body throat people around us. We have read again their exertions to merit the hearth .
    -. priatf to each .'aWrib/ or legs, pains in the head or bones us'ereuriai and,again of the;efficacy of this, valuable medicine patronage which shall i Bat what else should aeespecled ftonoao wkokaow ,oct:11ci1 tf--r: ,.. 1

    1 .'';. .Fiv eopie for tea*}oUirs,and ali extra copy of rheumatism strictures gravel, disease, arising but not until recently have we had! allY be bestowed upon- ,them shall be without. regard to I nothing eoiap&rattvelf awdlciae or disease!>Jt requires --_ Ld" -.- .J'-'i'1r_ _
    1 u..okandaay twp bfljie above. engravings to frott youthful excesses or impurities of the blood positive proof which;could induce us ,to,speak toil or expense* 'I I a person orsomaasperlane toe sad serve* -'-' 'DRGSCIilm&LS&c.f ,'
    tb. :146. whereby the constitution has become fairly of it.' But from ., _. 'BUFFINGTON''COX. even a common decent met). How muck mart iatpor .
    person sending ho enfeebled facts in onr possession we hash II that the penoas who maaarUciofa nedlciae. ;4_,__< :' "-'it.
    .a Ieren copies for hVU"'DO. and'an extra are all treated with success. are now well convinced that, without any excep JACKSONVILLE.. Oct. 6,1349-lltf. _pod iO, '7TQ-PHTU f

    fe'IV *opyof th*jtoek, aud kt It. threeof the above,en- He wbo places himself under tbe care of Dr,, K., tion, it it the SAFEST MJJASANTEST, and BEST fc*-The Richmond Republican wiI1'deaaec WJUKV STOuicus';'xxnxiixo- : :; 'tTSTEm,.: ; J. bj IT1LXDI .

    fravtogf, to the pewoa..ding the Clnb.- may religiously! confide in big honor asa gentleman compound ever offered to the public; for the cure the above until forbid ,py should know will tb.tdletl properties of plants,.tht_ "COl1l11' .
    : '.4uy onz1en4ings1's dollar in advance and confidently upon his skill as a physician of aQ chronic diseases rheumatism and scrofula est meaner of lICuIJIUd eo ceBur Un| their acaltat DLJMN.:JC": **4BRQen.p.et.
    ;:nbseriptio for .iliJ851 will be *.' and all impurities oE the blood virtues also $ k of
    entitled to I ;.together' with. aa knowledge of the various ds- .J1' 'iMedieinei
    1.: ,Y(t .. jr'i ? '. CP-Persons at a distance may address Dr. K.I JIlany other complaints. 'V v-: :MAGNOLIA. ,HOSE. aiM which .ft tae Inulllupte..lIow1O..pi. & Usb.FnDOJa : gI
    -. tt.fl I' i;" ;.n.inl' by letter (post-paid,).and be cured at home. It basso long boon remarked,that the age .Is remdbu theM diseases! < .' CbIrad..t 1a''t a .. :
    'Mor"t"..m. fbera 'it. : PACKAGES, of MEDICINES DIRECTIONS one of"nostrumjl and nostrum-y '! ST: AUGUSTINE.. .11 M to arrest aada apoa itaa unforttMtatay to poor G1aurazej PertttrM4n&MedIS1n .
    ". ,:... : JJJtf'3 ndere, that 'we 'Tfi "; ->2j ,. : balm Uw **%" -
    ,- i1t tWtDt1.40D ri Iii e,ten copies of the1'iBook &e., forwarded by sending a remittance hardly dare recommend a: valuable'discovery in HIS;well known establishment 4 g has tpatriac bosom wounded homaalty.to kindle hope la the tg'- .
    to- health
    'j WJU bft i *li>ad a copy of either pt and put up secure' from. from. DAMAGE OR CU. the Medical Science,lest jeopardize oar reputation -nI: late undergone thorough repairs,and oJ into the crashed aad restore brok.. and to aad banish bU>om Inflrmltv;and Titor that -. ft.gl'Q $.U aaict .uelDea.we

    ; ,. the above magnlficojtpifcn sent to each subreriEfcer RIOSITY: ,', _' : :_ for incredulity consistency; but In:this is now1 reopened for'the reception of com ,01) DIt-.lACOa TOWNSEND.hw.BOUGatf.aad n t 16f1 cxpjnine .
    : ; i.ndc&trs eop Lad,'.Book and an .OO-BookMJletl.- News Agents, Podium, Can- instance'we hesitate.not f tohazarditho. 'remark. r u,7 *', ,rOUND&onpoft&Dlty 1184 means 10 brllll bU'' .*J .'.; & b..
    .e gjavtog- ta .- i'", tb.'Club. They nllen and all others IUpp1ied' -with,the above which we.have.made "above.. ,, J,' '- 'The,well7earned reputation which this House' Grand Universal' Concentrated' piohalng'ioiie.hM.sJ&kplcyJiel; IJ.ed I.otherjO .

    qil.in uLttttf elect they please.- work at very low ,rates, <- I _. ':<- .' *. ,- r ('irartfordKeyiew;. boa intention of the present ... .. < Remedy *.' -'- :: .-IIooJr

    '.' 1r .", Bd ten eoplelOttht SORE',,THROAT.A 're .,.. !, ,.,., ,fca. pro- if < Within the reach sad to the knowiedM of alt who need -rup ADd 'edW .'gcum.

    : ,1 n..Jt .I ,! f tbe'abov*en! JACK.S02W1LLIZ. ',ACADEMY.. ., : ?. ; -oepommodation r, will her extended' to ,1,thai they auy.laara.and.know,h t JoTfutexparleaot, tbp 1iU. aka.erd.reltsuJe
    l.czY..pq 8i'"t"d'I'f,- -., ;'ot ,thisInstitution' The.followingis, 'an ex'inictrromtaletteireceived t guests.Invalids, travellers and others/will find ;: Trahscendent: rt-: t.; .. ..
    I -!/ f'Jft'nsifr*HBb.r of 4bjJ1'*Book twenty-five TIIE'SECONJ'T.ERM from Mrs..Bev this boose desirable.$situated faeing the south; J. < Jb.i't .' I.. '

    I.lJlnt.trl1 t1 ,Cn.1'.iJ.- ,- 3d. "Each nut September : ,- vhhadjbj.afflictediey With.dark pionjw, 175 fet.long,with court yard ?Prlntlpal l. Qfflee'103 Mauan-iJHvN ,T; Citr. pruprawjt;**, ... l'1a---.
    -- quarter-12 weeks-at rIins1rates.. r l years with Scrofulous Ulcertv ia irqntt dan affbrdsam J4_{ rjB .
    '.rdr...! INI4.rf...Jllt.ltG! t.parlor UI"many prints portraits/The Misses Wboa.win payment be received,U made for ;strictly in of 11 advance, Dyspepsia, &e, and'recently an. .affection. !foI I rooms are eligibly situated froni nprtbeart J 1ge. and wind airy/the* !The For saW FElWANDKr&' BISBEfi qualityofsflatiaost\ 'Draa ell'es 1 at.Ve

    tl "'W ; con- u each period weeks the throat anti chest, ""* H* building fixtures to.,being new-Tha HOllae.'buUt. Aug. 23itf! aJacksonville.. K-- FNotIce merchants' sad eosntry
    r.-- term at the rates "
    following ,
    t of lathed ."
    ,to.ins m fldfediof Citun )$ ; ,
    4 t .
    -,. five'hundred dollars-idejgrave it. "America1 aDdOrthop ; : ,;. inbuilt ipe By] for.the purpose. ". 1l T < I
    P Zt '' Messrs, A. ju.&D.;SANDS: JSefore I ,. With the Th IUb5erIb4ybYjflfIagdfltlft.theClt7 (Tnaadard and p p Ar.!.) te&rwartl their
    ; Guided by Wld D1" Jj' vlry large line engrav' The.ooe. with '' commenced mal11.advantages cohnbinathe'1resent ; o acldre&I '
    r''! ng, and cost one tbouaiwt;eight hundred dollars These, with English Geography Grammar History,.ft 00 Bring your fiarsaparilla my-.nfferiD -,were t almost )"opri,.},.". ,, .ssures.those patronlssng -. I.wasKjagtoart la prepared:to prosocut* iwomptly ? 5 !?4'i- fc xi.M.'iij l KI j&f
    ; i.. *4p engrnv .General TSrlor and Old Whit. Sciences included and Natural past expression; my throat was completely th house Ihat-herexertIo wUl'be-to f aQ elaimt/aralnsl th. United Btata* forprupertv -SliCit1ng th OtDosIswU tsiSOte
    is of the ; 6 00 ulcerated, 1 had A dreadful cough, and there please. Very lost or'ffa.t.ha': seminole and fur MIyrems.1n''L -- A
    t one largest of b*General Taylor prints, R. K. were respectfully, War a -
    -: .\.t:>" ;i.' Led It tDfrav 4 from t* "&! paintiDg, at a '-.Dr., 30-tf WALL. Principal. frequently weeks together that I could not speak THE PROPRIETOR. Military services JA3nllr&o., cte. / .3 jp.( rjEEtER
    >1... .' 1I t :I I above a whisper; and besides, the Inflammation St.Ai-ct: T :i, Get.20, 1819.. Address, BRYANT, Whdeaalt DrvggKttt; ?9 f Market st?
    JIlt.ij'1' l.e lOnvUl. E FlorleX Sept.57-Iv i FhiladslpAia.1t .

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