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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 18, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'Proceedings. la. South Carou> ,'wtth.! reputation that 'i is State he"won the cbnidra sai
'o.i. THE; DEATR.C 01r? FCAi1totTN. descended, to1 Ihe 'profession. He 'waa t re-: foreign'ambassadors and t- Were ''acaD ', C".event to which r find that be ns has hare known him here win ttirrr. '

ilT markabl for. some traits' that; have"since characterized', by' clearness., .sagacity. ;. 'andboldness. are cow will ;it' filled by and hearts left upon ns,upon our minds bte.a. e ,.
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The Senate of the ITnitef State; is amem- characterized him. 'He.clear in his propositions ..v a equal' aaount'of. .1 ehicaeter recap not bw person, his r.

'\1 'Judge Bmxa arisp? in his place, and candid i in his Intercourse with .He was'' hot allowed to,remain.: ;, retirement a of devofcoa to p ro:1t: tiT,:wall'UeYer bit performances be ; that while w* the AlacLua was the "Catatj:"J1; fa
enler t b obliterated We shall interior after
:and-"with deep and ;jxwgiant emotion, addresses his brethren. The truth and justice of the .long:, For the last four years hew b mtemls of hit. be eaftr.f 'i".he floe ashlars to
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o U amtost indulge in.ft
himself to his-sobmn task. IB aVery law inculcated themselves on hit mind ana been member of,this body, and baa been I not not should I be fat l recollection' :that as uvedTin mgjate-' tied the OCtDpGoa\.W.sates.. ftVi
Jolt ; tad Eo
Jremubua and snrrof ful voice be earhouncu when armed with these he: Was a great ad engaged in discussions that nave deeply excited ; proper adelioettlon t his day; .that.:.. :,have wt been awe his Florida 5paoi '_tt"Ito".tnl.do.-:i&
cotes being
the death of bisLeolleagur, aDd rock: His forensic career was. however, and agitated the country: He. has died hti i C.c the powers of hit mind., I P0**"**; that we have seen and beard, aim- coast.; .It ha* however p fijoqt the time of;

tjlwhihi not 'a' breath distort:the deathlike too limited to make* prominent part of the amongst them; I had never bad any particular will only ay few words, tha he:possessed ,Land known him. Wt shall delight to speak rl Solo's expedition :to tb. c
t ,
of the scene, he thus,to'ucbindy and history of his life/; He served for a few association with Mr. Calhoun until I a lofty pains,. t in h powers ofgeneralitationlof I 01 him to those who'are (w come after niC .covered with a' largt '"8I";6sea
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P
.= announces thevisad andmelanluently years in the Legislature of his native State, became his colleague;: I bad looked upon O .abje' .which When the time shall cone that we ourselves the favorite country of caw &&ItriN't; :
: t and his great mind made an impression on his fame as others bad done, and have, admired b is mind trtttedr shall : jd
event: ; j, seen snf- go, one after another,ia succession, toar 1812, it widths seat of zb :rui
her statutes, some ofThi have had a his character there'a.re those here passed br no man 'and the charms and .
great ,
and
tiIr.PKn>rrr: I rile.to a moat ; capbvaunr graves we shall carry with! ,as a deep; .i occupied by their Hta tbiWU..
practical operation the of loci who know of him 'than 1 do. I shall irJJotUce his .
on concerns more of colloquial tinned .
i impression of.his genius,, and character, so until driven
mournful duty, and one whip devolves io i it power ; out bj the whHes.
consiten.tion.en calct1 tel to arrest the ty. From the Legislature! of hit own State not pronounce any such judgment as shall have betn fell by a who have ever fwit- his honor and i integrity, his amiable deportment In 1812, CoL Ntwnaniekptditioapeso

attention of this body. It i isUo announce the be was transferred to' Congress. and from; be subject to controversy or criticism; bat I Das them. |a It'Mr. Pre. ia private life and the purity 01.,bit trated the 'eoantry'as ras tht AhSuaT 4

death of late rcolleagccJ the Honorable this time his career has been a pan of the will say as.a matter ot justice from my own et years and in DoDg e. Accordug exalted patriotism. Savanna and were met fcy-Uw olu and
my history of the Federal'Government. Mr. personal knowledge, that I never knew a the CMttw of I to have
engaged in din
Mr.Rctk satiric a most '
John Caldwell Calhoun tye. died at hie Mr. President I i it rowi conIict hat
Calhoun came into Congress at a time of fairer man in ors faster mid in bim.' The Divine of hope his
in this city Jes&rday ; argument pre Je baD will not be considered for party kept the field a& Fayae tile _
on
lodgings morning, inappropriate me .
deep and interest at crisis of His intensity allowed little dstttmned I feel .
-
exciting a purpose. compromise to word nole chief was aottH*? wounded/- .j.C
o'clock. S Ie say a this :
half! after seven i was t solemn occasion.-
conscious upon
at of bin approaching end and met death ,' great magnitude; It was a crisis of great and whilst he did not qaalify'hiJ own I' alinge fbt a mo'time, and Being a native of the same' State with the An attempt at.a' settIettenl veal madj:;ia.
;
and peril to those wbo bad to act in it, but of positions to suit the temper of the times he how brief,how :; tk' aa-, 1814 by:a party:from Gecc=it1tatcrf3eawp;
with fortitude ancommoti serenity. He, ?
admonitions of tits subsequent glory to ths. actors and has become appreciated unmasked propositions of others. rapidly paasthf! lithe period of existence allowed riabe4.--Benator body; and Harris and a a"governmen;r' -but bit-
had many ; approach, and : a of the common of the As 'Senator he commanded the of even to the )congest the continued boeGlhyoff fte
bad been them.' part history a. respect amongst a*.- the audience here assembled I had the good aadians aad bad .j
doubtless not iadjflerentto The of Great Britain the ablest of the of which he Sir ought we not ill the
country. invincibility men body : by the fortune : management settlement Wat brokealip.
usual : 'b'proft at an early period of Jileto .f
his professions my'
With
little for effect repugnance the world and I had become a proverbial expression, and i a was a member; and I believe I may say contemplation of tlis eent! we not make his acquaintance. At 'that time he Many tracts of land were fit this time"tor :

he said on ; his war with her was full of terrific issues. Mr. where there was no political bias to influence t draw from it the conclusion Qht nowise was just on that whichis veyed by'Mr. Ray, the ptos ttf which afttt d*
entering bright career ear
last hours were an exemplification of his Calhoun found himself at once in a situation the judgment, he had the confidence of i is to indulge in th asperity of debate 1- now terminated. I then:but wards fell into the hands-of'the; } 1;8faa ardv
a boy,
life and character-truth dsimplicit .- of high responsibility-one that requiredmore his brethren. As a statesman. Mr. Cal How unwise it is to yield ourJte to.the I with anything was but to'me. and served as the basis probably of MUtT t
prospects flattering
Mr Carbon has
For some under years past n been than speaking i qualities and eloquence houn's reputation belongs to'the history of animosities of party feeling; wrong is At that period I was i indebted for words of all the Spanish Grants in fhatCovafirX -. : '

suffering a pulmonary jcornplaint, and to fill 'the spirit of the people-.t requireddiscretion. his country, and I commend it to his countrymen it to indulge in those Unhappy and hot strife: :.kindness and and often After the Treaty MoalUb Gawk the fa* .
could encouragement; ,
effect not reckoned
under its short existence hate his on The energy and ardour of youth and to posterity. In my opinion,, into whicl we are t'of :in'the .i since in the most critical positions in whichI Bins moved southwardly |rot* the present

any but a The immediate;encfi was of.own his were to be, employed in aft ira requiring the Mr.- Calhoun deserved to occupy the first the high tutes n.ed we are have, been placed, a recurrence to those County and' the American,fojrolation bexaa

conviction. r cause mature qualities of a Statesman. The part i rank as a'' parliamentary speaker. He had ele upon to rfor In conclusion,Mr. words of encouragement have inspired mC to move in, and 'among rfl a were
affection of the few *
death wan an he he heart. A which Mr. Calhoun acteJ, at this time, has always before him the dignity of purpose,, Psident I d-.ire express the most cot with resolution to meet difficult! that beset those: upon the Arradoodo"'Grant. A'siderable eon*. '

hours 'before expired became sensible been approved and applauded bir contemporaries and he spoke to an end from a full mind.- and seitiments of the deepest my path. Four years ago I had the plea 'population bad almdy occvpied.
Was
of his situation,and when he unable to and now forms a part of the glorious He expressed his ideas .with clearness simplicity condolence, for these who stand in the ore of renewing that acquaintance, after an the country and its proepehtyi. wa .rapSr .

speak, his eye and look evindrd recognition history of those times. The names of Clay,, and force, and in language. that nearest relations to bra. I trust that we absence of fifteen yearn and th a took place increasing when the Semin e War broke eat t

and intelligence of what was ta. ing. One Calhoun, Cheves LownJes Grundy, Porter,, seemed to be the vehicle of hia thoughts and shall all profit by the sbgnlar merits of his after he had taken an active part in the in 1835; from that period fat''sevenyeara

of the last directions be gave, was to a dutiful and others, earned associations with them, motive His thoughts escaped from his character, and learn, rdying upon our own question of annexing Texas to the United the country was constantly iect to Indian ,

son, who had been attending him to that reached half of the Nation; their clarion mind like arrows from a well drawn bow ; judgments and the dictates of our own conscience States, adding a new sense obligation to incursions. The settlers soutbtof.Itfwjans*

put! away some manuscripts wtich bad been notes penetrated the Army; they animated they bad both the aim and strength of a skill- to discharge out duties as he did my feeling of gratitude. In the stirring rails fell back to the St.Johns; fiver,bet,tae .

written a short time before under his direc the people, and sustained, from despondency, ful archer. He seemed to have bad little according to his best conception of them questions that have been agitated,it was my hardy pioneers in that neighborhood:.deter

tion. Mr. Calhoun was the ,least despon. the administration of the Government with regard for ornament and when be used faithfully and to the last; i misfortune sometimes to differ from him, butt nand to stand their ground,.and pkkete&

dent man I ever knew. He bail in an eminent such actions and in such scenes the most figures of speech they were only for illustra Ma. Wusu.1.hola the Senate will' is a mallet of heartfelt gratification for me themselves in for dcleD.1JewDM.f'|

degree the Itf.ustairunt! power of in. eventful in oar history. To say that Mr. tion. His manner and countenance were his indolgt me in:addressing to it a very few i I to; know that our personal relations remained wbicn post they kept rap : ivu. bR

tellect. The last place.and bird ast remarks, Calhoun did not play a second part is no best language; aud in those there was an cord,. My apology for this prenmptionis unaltered. And, sir, it will be a source of After the .85ithe- u4 '

are exemplifications of what),I hare just common prarse.: In debate he was equal exemplification: of what is meant, in the term the very long acquaintance which has pleasant though sad reflection to me throughout retreat of the troops to "

aid. Mental determination attained him, with Randolph, and ia council he commanded of the great Athenian orator and statesman subsisted between Mr. Calhoun and myself. life to remember that on the hut day in nansvHle and its volunteer jarrison const!. A

while all others were in despair. We saw the respect and confidence of Madison.At .- they seem an indication of the man in We are of the same age. I trade my first which he occupied bin seat in this chamber, tuted the outpost of the intcritT.. NotwSfc

him a few days ago in a seat'Deaf me. and this period of his life, he bad the qualities speaking. Mr. Calhoun as a man and asa entrance in the House of Representatives in his body, worn down by disease, bat his standing the retreat of tie, platt troop .

which he had so long occnpieJ j we saw the of Themistocles to insp.re confidence, neighbor I hope I may speak of him ina May, 1813. I there found Mr. Calhoun and as vigorous as ever, we held a somewhat ey determined to stand thcrgrosad,: .and

struggle of a great mind, exerting itself to which after all is the highest of earthly sphere in which ail will like to contemplate who had already been an efficient member of extended conversation on.the exciting on the IOtb September, 1836, a spirited 'tee,

sustain and overcome the weakness and infirmities qualities; it is a mystical something that is him,-whilst be was a gentleman striking that body for two or three years. I found topics of the day, in which the same kind gagement took place about thxemiles."ft_

of a feeble body. It Was the exhibition felt, but cannot be described. The event of deportment he was a man of primitive looks him then an active and efficient member of feelings which bad so strong'y: impressed JNewnansTille; in the FelascdHammod

of a wounded eagle, with his eyes the war was brilliant and honorable to both and simple manner; he bad the hardy, virtuous the Assembly to which he belongs', taking me in youth, were still manifested towardsme was kept up for an boor and!s b alf, the In

turned towards the heaYtn8'lnfhlch he had and and and of the the statesman. Bat he is diana coming up to a regnlae charge ,in the
statesmen soldiers, their history simple taste Republican a decided part,and exercising a decided influence by veteran
soared but into which his wino could never may be read with enthusiasm and delight.- Artizan ; no one disliked ostentation and in all its deliberations. From that gone from amongst His voice will never open woods and the conflict was sustained

carry him again. Mr. President, Mr. Cal. The[ war terminated with honor, but the display more than he did. When I say, be spa the day of bis death amidst all the again he beard in this: chamber. His by them with desperate obstifeaey and they
twice
the :
'
tUteiT
houn has lived in an eventful pe/iol of our measures which'had to be taken in a transItion wan a good neighbor, 1 imply more than 1 strife of pany and politics there has subsisted active and vigorous mind w31 participate no even, charged on They
with
.Republic, and has acted a distinguished pan. establishment full of have it is summed under the in counsels. has left were finally repulsed severe;loss. Tna
to a peace were expressed; up between us always, and without interruption more our 'Hissprrrt a ,
I surely do not venture too much when I difficulty and embarrassment. Mr.Calhoun word justice. I will venture to say that no a great degree of personal kindness world of trouble care, and anxiety, to Join lars volunteers under Capt.were Tompkinsth strengthen*! :by a;hftwitzer.15 eg a-

say that his reputation forms a Linking part with his usual intrepidity,did not hesitate to one in his private relations could ever assert' Differing widely on many great questions connected the spirits of. those patriots and statesmen of '
At the close the,war in.1943 the inhabitants
of a glorious history. Since 18|::1 until this that Mr. Calhoun treated him with who him 'a .and $
influence ;
take a responsible part. tinder the injustice with the institution and good of the nave preceded to brighter; returned to theufiet time, he has been responwWv connected he acted with or that he deceived him .- better world. If as believe, the .
of a broad patriotism, uncaicu- by professions.His country, those differences never interrupted ,_ many had almost without built
excepUwJJheen.
with the Federal Government, Representative lating liberality to all the interests that were private character was characterized by a our personal and social intercourse. 1 have i spirits of. the departed hover around the
and destroyed by the Inrtrase..TbeAun, -
Senator, Cabinet Miniver and Vice involved, and which were brought under review beautiful propriety,and was the exemplification beeb present at most of the distinguished instances places they have left, I earnestly pray that dondo Grant covering; a' portion of jibe-

President. He has been identical with the in Congress. His personal adversary of Truth, Justice, Temperance, and Ft* of the exhibition of bis talents in de- his.may soon be permitted: to look back on fertile lands of the.lalJ1jmost Cocaijr; pmented.

greatest events in the political hhtory of our at this time, in his admiration for h.s genius delay to his engagements. bate. I have always heard hirD'with pleasure our country-which he has left in excitement settlement of the as womld
rapid
u connwy
country, and I hope 1 may be (permitted to beautiful for I will venture another remark. Mr. Calhoun confusion and apprehension'restored
paid Mr.Calhoun a compliment often with much instruction not an- otherwise have taken place, nil j this dl caltj
say-t he has been equal to au the duties bis noble and national sentiments. At the was fierce in his contest with political frequently+ ,'witbthe highest dgree of admi i to calmness serenity, and fraternal feelings, is i now removed by '
these lsndribeiag
'If. devolved upon h m. In the termination of Mr. Madison's administration adversaries. He did not stop in the fight to ration. Mr. Calhoun was calculated to be a I as broad as the bonds of our Union, and as into market.. .if jut I .4
critical, junctures in wh&h he was losses favors be forgot .fixed the eternal of.JuStice in : :
many ; Mr. Calhoun bad acquired aco unaDd. count or bestow ; but leader in whatever association of political as principle -
Alachua has always been fa u'gOO9Etbr
placed baring to act a responsitle part, be inK reputation; he was regarded as one ofthe resentments and forgave injuries inflicted friends he was thrown. He was a" man of which our Government has its foundation. a gjf dL: _

always acted a decided pan. It would not of the Republic. In 1817 Mr.ir.lalGouns1nenire by rivals with signal magnanimity. WhilstJusCce'apprecite undoubted rw i inu. y.i *l Nwwu1w..r. ,.- .. .--- -- n"ll'MaVart .'ilt.calculated 1

become me,as his friend, to venture oa the sages r th7 'the merits of all the public was perceptive and vigorous it was clear, trioas man whose loss we all so deeply' deplore lor nearly every specie of product. .Sugar,
ra4raK t wfch* .-.. u -7 cost "douT propriety He Sir. the eloquence ofMr. but silence on an occasion lice, this Cotton Corn aud ibbacco thrive .welL .It
will be performed by posterity. : Before the it and some of them men of wttom 1 have heard him speak. quick, and strong.' ; would meet the expectations of and Its:namcrou*
his
means
of accepting : the institutions of Calhoun or the manner of his exhibition by no is also healthy pleasant.
impartialtribunal of History" may be that thought that be would put a high reputations w.ts sincerely attached to them : of his sentiments >,n public bodies was those whose representative 1 am. To borrow ponds and prairies diversify the;'landscape, 1

be will have had the fate, >nj> will have I. hazard in this new sphere of action.Perhaps .- his country, and desired to preserve. his intellectual character. It grew outof a figure.from the Senator from Kentucky aud its great natural curiosity*'wi. AlaChua

given to him the judgment t thti has been suggestions fired his high and pare and make them perpetual.In the part of of his m.nd. It was -trie brightest star .on the brilliant Prairie, is well worthy of a *'tai: It/wan l
of
awarded to Chatham. I would Ojf the memory : gifted intellect. He accepted the place, and the death of Mr. Calhoun one f the questions ondenaed, galaxy of the Union has gone oat and...Ala called by the the Indians the w; from ha

of wy friend injustice, werf I not to went into the War Department under circumstances brigbt luminaries has been extinguished is event plain!,strong,terse,; still always COnClIe.aome.rejecting sins claims a puce among the chief mourners peculiar formation The Naturl Bridge of

speak of his life in the spirit: o Hlatory.Tbe .- that might have appalled other men. rain the political firmament. It an times unsurpassed often far for illustrations 1 over the event. Often differing with the we Santa Fee, under:'wbiclxialfirgt..river
of his whole would Wuat which produce a deep sensation througb ornament, not seeking Stateman of mile in length'is Vba alarfnalc
dignity character His success has been acknowledged. wi in the felicitousness great Southern upon questions run for a t"Y
his consisted
rebuke any tone of remark wbici truth and was complexed and confused he reduced to out br Id. I have They fobore of power nm expression, in the.closeness. public poly, she has yet always .accorded of'nature,' and the numerous. :; IJIk" ,holes, a

judgment not sanctiop. t simplicity and order. organization of speak of reltn. a lozic and ia the came eu.ant due homage to his genius, and still more to caverus and' natural wells:yard ,spring
native Itoutb.! Car.olina his ajministntiouof and I will not of his of life which entitles it peculiarly fonntd'jroaatiT.r-
Mr. Calhoun was a the War Department,and arel the These are the quasi.id that biameless purity make a very
of bis
and was born ia AbbevileVDtnct! : oo hs undefined duties, have made an impression conclusion, Mr. Butler 'Gbllu energy manner.had enabled him ib.ron.jhsuch him to the,highest. and noblest epitaph whicn As a grazing and agnauI -rt>
1782. Hew| of Irish the of usual resolutions of a conlu ,as I think,that mortars tomb For of aueotion'a** b4e'alwayawithin 1 r4rt
the 11th March, of an author having stamp muunng of to speak often, can be i inscribed upon a : well worthy
family. His father, Patrick Ctlboan, was originality and the sanction of trial. To applicants ence. a long course command years attentioo. His more than forty years an ''active participant I its borders a numerous fad enterpn-.
and at early | came to Calhoun made few Mr. President prompted by and yet always fierce gles of encom- of inhabitants. 1"1 1 -' ;* G
born in-Ireland: an p for office, Mr. Mr. CLAT. d-.nnr.. a Senator it known to as all m all the *tru party .,_eg body _* '**
Penal )lvania, and thence to K. westernpart promises, and hence be was not accused art my own feelings of proiuunj respect' 1 rasa u veoerated'.by us. No mara .r-ras.ed throughout that' long periodby the n Qi
Bt&k'. defeat which have just i appreciated, which the politician Extrodfrom tktJuryofTroup Pratn:
after
of Virginia and delusion and deception. When a public to second the resolution to others. No man 'corrupting influences to .

moved to South Carolina. Id l x'46 he and trust was involved, be would not compromise been read, and to &Je to what has b.-en S 1 was more respectafttl with :,decorum and no is so often subjected his personal characternot County. Offl4' nTott IVm'.,' ,

his'family gave name to what $known as : with duplicity temporary expediency. well and justly by the surviving colleague Boodtcted gri / 1 there only remained untouched but unsuspected. 1848: !U

the Calhoun Settlement in Abbeville Dis At the expiration of Mr. Mon oe's administration of the illustrious deceased J. a few 1 man with of greater that dignity.felt when he,, last addressed He waked through the.flames, and fiaet tM LA Om"Rerorlw.' t

ti d. The mother of my collesrae was aMiss Mr. Calhoun's name became connected word My personal acquaintance with him i is not one from ns hi seat in the Senate.witha even the hem of his garment was unscathed. uWe cannot fail to notice;'pbint in Oft'Federal

Caldwell, bora in Cbark*i* county with the Presidency and from that commenced upwards of thirty-eight years I us with* voice by no means It is no part of my purpose,to eater into a relations which::w Jotelbly and

Virginia. The character of his t great, bad time to his death, be bad to share the fate of ago. We enter at the same time aD together form still such erect a of physical! weaknesses relation of the public' services of John C.Calhounthat ,eloquently brought to oar coao rattoa, 'roar

no debt a sensible influence on ftbe destinyof aU who occupy prominent situation*. the Hous -Representatives, a the showing a degree poucucs.Itb,clear has already been justly done enlightened and honest IJaj e,at the .f
others did in fact
His father bad of 'tbi,. The Congress Mr. Butler) but even that of our session.iJ1J08J'
their distinguished son. The remarkable canvass for the President to other end building. and impressive and. most;imposing by his colleague( commencement

energy and enterprise combined.vilh perse succeed Mr. Monroe terminated in the returning of which we.thus became members was tan manner tones -there is none of us, I, think, who in my judgement, was; !. Years subject of Slavery, oar determiaatioaa indict are

naGon.llii' of three distinguished men to the whose deliberations and acts w that saw before as a Senator alter the celebrated cattle of Thermopylae,a steadfast.principles art.faei,

House of Representatives from which one declaration of war against the mo pweru did not imagine revived.we'Sir,' I have DOt in traveller, in visiting the spot, found a monument noisy Politicians harangue the'tilttlatadt,

tionary heroes; two of her bribers were be elected. Mr.CAlhoun was elected u it respects us, in of Rome more with the simple inscription "Stranger, and lor their own political 'aggrandaementproclaim
diUigttthed in the war; their names and was to majority. He utn parliamentary discussions which public or private life known a person UlLin Lacedemon,that we died in 'obedience to the world that ther ar*tha.only
President by a large of his appropriateduties. go
Vice ,
trclition but rng as assiduous in the discharge "that the Southern feelings, we with
achievements are not left to in the Senate as Vice President in preparation for that great event who wasted la.s." "Whv isit we asked, true exponents of
his seat
of ij-e times.Mr .- took &O when,the I have known no man fell here are not inscribed and determination wtl1 Pared he' >
history took who w
_d:ute part of the : 4tb March, 1825, having remained well as those which place recreation or names of those firmness
-' on.the member less of life in what is called was the and whea thti8Mfor
Calhoaa was-born i& the Revelation, over-- sever resolution was finally apt no 'not on the stone? "Because even.tenor of our way.
'and to his childhood felt*the infltteuce of its in Whilst the War he Department Vice President b, displayed a more lively Feasibility employed less of life in,; any pursuits of his proud reply, "it is' impossible that a Greek action comes, will go as tar.-lie lac cols
thepateruaisockk years. was that awful connected with the immediate discharge it is of and will 10. .tucb u be
iad.t He derived from which led should ever forget.? Thus, ereu so farthest, ,
exe'.ting: puss in come of the most trying scenei of the wrongs t reereanon but goes .
placed have no nctOeeh
f-reliance was whose death wt all doty. He seemed to .His acts are gravenoutbe will do most, in resisting all
intellect and s< ; in macs life. I do not now choose tu event than the deceased conversation :With his h.m of whom I speak. who
wells enthusiasm and unpuUe. any 'Ever ardent in the pleasure of hearts of .bis countrymen, and time meats upon oar Just and iaalieaapls"rights,
Cald ,
element .
the the '
from have
and that unite
refer to anything can 11 deplring. ay friends. Out of the Chambers'of CongreMbe the characters hold slaves, :tor: Pl-GdIcr
ba4.eenable in advocating obliterate to our
th to the right ;;
of advance the
.. ,The tralitious Reflation I be permitted t( no the acquisition has not power .
himself!
to
of controversy. may ale Wa devoting The meanest guaranteed the
either land. ?
and denouncing was broad of $
his anJ character. the in this specie property I.
Influence. on temper in character of country throughout ,
the
a of friend and colleague a cause lSto the immediate -: with i 1 We iela r..iI&
speak my "
of knowledge, ptrta.n
that mingling
bad river'rolls ot our country.
J. Constitution
in his compelled
Mr. Ca'.honn: e i ; hmeincere the injustice which : and migdtest
oreUehe
in which all will jon in paying before him, lb tide
,
remarkable roc
of the duty Fanaticism
Congresses subject in an age of ,
vantages-of what iskrmed.;! Of ail the his fame forever. Living the operations
but limited I respect. As a presiding officer o country to t a in those social interviews surrounded lrai ep
aady'pteetal
in newiy app bad war indulging for its intelligence with aileD, though
tnitiou.IIa parenLJ.II1'e a .viJed of it an acquaintance honor- above all a
literary tillS body be had the"und respect Such delighted. My of 'whom if need H.'tW tlta at
auaonc.Papa.*- the service of the ia which be w life by men .any ont lion, and
aWed country, and members. He was punctual, methodical an. since my entry into able friend from Kentucky has spoken in iiiroajh marked an era in the worhl'sIut'ry pust Union bt dissolvtid b a. -

tion This population ha4 iittlekn.ercour; accurate, and ha4 a high regard for the d g Federal Government,,in hone in my opinion, of bit colloquial calen .. Thy wont have the tunes in' which he our glorious par' and heated pmssin of io
emi- terms stamped
Caroiii .and of just sad
i
with the lower country of. wasustained" and nty: of the Senate, which'as a presiding ul- have been assembled lch a galaxy: Con- certainly were eingutar and eminenL,There with, immortality.. Mr. Calhoun yet wmperate w either N dIa.ft .

by emigrants from Virginia but ficer,be en.leavoreJ l to maintain.; He looke, neaL and able 'men as were r in those and which war a charm in ha conversation. sat bt de- attained lived an intellectual eminence ,not: only signing we saaU.have no am too. re.o __ ao" f''

,Peons Innl&Dere was of jpure upon debate as an honorable contest of in greases which declared' the war, that l in colloquial intercoursejJSSSaZ bat unequalled in'all its 'pansbyany"ofhiapa1 stained with JM fob} tpbt Of die

Jimiud..meant of insttuc'ijn JIB( cbiUien Celled for truth such a sty I* as bad its it imrned-ately followed thl'p. In WIth ,;* *?::*u? bas unsurpassed compeers.. That,great garment union ;Upoa: thia:'sabjtct, wt,HtHII dial ,;

and they imbibed most of their 1. sons hum ctdents and its tnai )1r. Catiouu: had, ian i splendid: tllbl b justsit Men no man among us who more win- uo* cxu..gu.t; a" seat"in. thisuateha4 close to the pillars of the Coosfitatioa ef SJM i

conrereation'with" their paienu/ Mr. Ca- eminent decree, regard for Parliamentar stood an brll.it It wa my bp11e in their intercoaret',aad.:eonS light is been made vacant t which can- tither ,-aad if it mutt fall.waryajmstatt .
& 'rr
of the time,
boon ha always expressed 'himtctf 'deeply during great matdhan Mr.<;Cab baa been borne death to petvb amidst tlarj'''
dignity and propriety. i.1 :wiLb\\ young nut Debited; the sad tidings a glorious, ,te 1 1t
.
serble to that influence. { the Senate with bm: upon ail great questions,., a.ftnft'- l believe one great source of his.in. __ .h. 1'.rhh'n."winn to the'remote cor 108 ,

At the age of thirteen be';was-put under i ith Upon General Jbyne..ltaYin of South Carolina, Mr. national policy. During tnt session denee -wa: ni*"conVewatioaal' talent. .1 'neVTof tile ig- ,&epablic"aadmUlion8 of.treet.1"1'006 A Boy sx ot. .i N l .

*charge to become Governor the Vice Prewdei.ey, an i wn ch the war.was declared we were belen it is to that as well as to aeoascioasr moarninj with ns over'one "A'-snort tune agoFrance. o..m. .
CoJ baeattnty* Georgiarcey+ ha tbe'eotnmciued Calhoun reined ; were other distinguished memBers and .tbs i.higbest than the augeis. .) haTing kue4 a .
ia ,nuieva* : iateitity, lower (
his All will now I "f bs high Was swceiy
his elected, tee/ place. Slate. neal who ;
hi eour i:before was hi own patriotic the "
literary was environed of Congress fro.n for his talents and abilitythat President I must be permitted iMM children ot f =
u-law agree that;such, a, position wn'ci; ,le- reverence And.,now, 'Mr. ,WJaa11w"'; .
,
'father and eicter died.L ,;bra ier- afforded, by the intercourse entsared.P object-to thepegII. at what we their minds tap&yuumlnthepig.
own S.att was him gratification
His : madi eo -
ibis with difi.o ta'W danger' from bal to express my Ooeof .a!Ia
bsotxlt &buat well .
DrVaddelUi devoted .[ wheel inwi that let, as .b. wh n-t ti:.- and untnessed. KenucVnasspokenao4 -
a to
Sate head
National tile
in the of
"time, to his ekr-eal dutiet, .J.n4.r eels a good |was anderjne'ban; and ,be: was 'under, tits iquent iDtimy and ''intercourse which & :vreaident. his w the elevated charac- ; .through the .lip of three yare &JI ate, 'was iadacefi .u4.
home:' O> bieeecoad BU.r'.p ;Senate to do.ber: justice forman e ti- Mr. and of the spoa ..
eaJ abI from That of hi* between at,'a OPllrultyto resulting from unspottedmtegrity. not only tact greatest Statesman the part psg '
'
date of bt Aca.1emyad constitutional obligations part but hi. out whoji be aeruignotaact m.er.
tbs '
resomed pa& pr.Y 11 hi baJ uplrationthey Orator. The bee s0On41 not :
not living
je merely O bOOM. woridagritted
will do
will review'and justice Gl\lmpeacbect bar We .
in ever is .
lift posterity I dowel
1 UInobleTAwre. ; him
iif nineteenth ftarlreILD' : bY. honorable Cons. whose l
hit and man 1I'bo and the parsons
it.' After his Senatorial term bad expired, ; op oftemperance were.bi&b great ExpounJertif .ittlmdn.
tU of hisdlsting hed,j to .exceeded in w.ur comprehend and wi1b aua ;MIl i .
.
atader acquainted pye11ias" to e.t'1a'
himself seem
been nothing intellect
his own constat.
into retirement by of ..socialiutercoorst nasive III >lato
his be weat tboIIgbUItI
this badoat and
;
dppotsd simplicity
the the son
Ot all toe .
aat. in, beneath ,
tescbeIt: that came nest afi'tbings
toll of melancholy ae16.b. clearness to
dor.'dui t bad been apemployel.us Toe death of Mr. Upshur so ,aril in the Underlie uJ 1 a- meanly Cal.1Oatri .Firm D"-" purpose, .give the commonweal of Maiachuaeu *- it with soma ebtmitattnibeir'expectation .1tc. "
.JDi; made in the f Air, for
Clf association*, a vacancy extended to beast crash spoken 'thsv* igatlW .
of. adtantages aJ.tblywo ablest
he ,
himself t am quits the
:
honed
,
availed Iiai sail ; '
,had and it wa by the common lion t'woa' patr-.u'JC *. Krota everyqtarter "
i pencctl1 .dtI4WhJbt
Sate Department r than \any the
ly.ID.pUai more that be iD flame8an4 'paot
sod ,rue pnacrpleta, .C6 land bavt iningled anon
a liibrery9tiireadingofr1r.' all that,Mr. Calbona wa* lr .AndInch' he swiss 18 the: .td most exalted ia the '
.j L- ..,It. tract.gaderancbiniaeaoetbatbntero cooseniof. -_ *t. ,.parties. ..W"_,_.o t'.....,'arc.K. 'which'b happened. : SlUe---seJcud is the 1ildSQ. thai he iden.. .. [-a..'. ..KA'.._.;_- tf'_UJDmiU__ notes of the IT saSdcatel that a* Mvtf,.* $ t .
'Tbia wee 'n
-M'' '
-7 f fEIid of his raleaioimu. be'proud.; It wasa ;'Mr/ te ligh.estimate' p"UI.froaa thatjatgereges'dfur: : thaispecie "nw adJD; wa'owde4 'plIe ar tube beard, &MMthd rsUsfe psiaid .
rt U-M. ", ,: hereoeptot. any public man inlgbt 'PeDt. n1nttlf that conducttd him io highest upon fled in terror;Neat=W. .w.d .
.. :. worth and ; of distinctioa disiii guiined'gentl .
1 and these
-- j i. tribute to ; ability, experience.Under whlb'l tic; "Wziut ?.lidhWlldl .
'Ua- he bavttbards, Ihi"
looked forward,a bigber arca eouMel Texas was st the end of wserljQ't. E. statioslsfor teafl benefit of ( public, ooriU'ic.tiCate tba&hers I tAORUW .
eminent '
1r. .CalbouaV our dra'eal
.inaltCo8efftia ada
the with see16Sbfeelingi ftift
eacernesev abeQ'.t. "'cis' uami it associatea do not believe that be wen imbued u.'riAtIJ met to I 2"r=" _
o.greatest 18 '- vi&'gridoa 4 two brought into the;Union; :Dpnt'I",1 been"'1tinltatedtoof I Uowevezsirbtn>a7bavediflartdfrooi ani eeerrst etaimply i :'tad ale.passof CorJratiO
the most remarkable&nm.J .J-
.of should
rwsjd "with tba'disfinttionof* with oat Its h' the G.avetnment.J others':pf us',in"hispolitcaJpriaoples eeparsting I.Ott,W'b. casts. s.-:*" uthiisitaata,aaeieted ,
*A of diat of oat :nation:,being o -; >cnuwlrsg : "t'
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history oc : MatM
\ .j p
'J +. tossof.t ilaka'rtis ,kaHI. ,:nitblther r e.ared tnst.unrlbb ,those poacipies, and those:{fopiootttrit anoorebeJnesii J ., .e4 atTam. at lki
IIDtar1nL'
another Jcl'lpere
ypnag : annexed to ; 1.Y b the" "
: aderi .
.cf hr t. pr 1 > t i teoi.sponihet : fbs body.of toga pout ,
.vesyectand rJ'a.-.tJt CalbouQ' was. boI.tbe'ageat! to bringboa4ths'faterael'taaocittroa. &tl th 1t. prlty.a -IOUIt will d .70W Tb Ttbea'fiang afof.-r. '
Mf.
h -
dFllTedems
0 dn.rlrliat'tbejrjtist:+ It a tucOoo:::ufa'grcat nam p1. owJ1. o&J! tl. -
"*. aaylaaaa h.gb ,; 'hia, ,Irr-c r.'It.. No mom ab he itha4,:,t;. ell ptsouatbey aFt? tP .! !: rt' -_ J< .. __ -- :f"-lt
acme .
we ; vim
ofhiaj D'.aclettM'aanc ?< It.
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"'' Ir.1": port' toiotaia df a sct exerted duos ;:;bar tbeM bl' 1fr''fC..iml, and; 'Bone j i so waU;}t ;aaectbooorably .tl tto: 'TbrIf"YtEs P'r;>riw.'ia :paraikl MJ1RIIIIlI :&liatlEnn&._alit !.salt aatlMs .
12IfsheitieuBthsaaMtwitb i ; J. ii.for, .. 0-"p:.W ebettt, .do..Aceh a ti4emry '
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:: J"I ,)rIiftd". )d%; Eiitihu ", ?. to connect. she cia of I\H. .' .in-

4 id :.were.kJ hate only ',' bt EucGti"deQshmem, more shall tee beaUbat tones; gjfydoqueayionciesnd all JIIIMP.U4i, -.i }{bis. .__try.,..., .;&_M't. a .. .. 1 : :,' 1.1t.r :,.It ,-'
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ConTlctlon .f,Webster." Massachusetts. The Chief Justice 4ie It isserious inquiry, Avhcther by tencef ok upon the pr on sheer jmties to HingKaofeoroice is new a blacken thenj; aid Southern presses may

The trial of Jcinf \f.( WEBSTEB, for the read from. a memorandumalice. on the natu of i tre the teeth to: the 1 c*' tton the-Jury.". .hushed! in 4 fb.'anflwhoJepBrlans can only catch up and circulate the venom of these
b y.tfdUvtej Saons of the Northern ecribefl!) bat truth and right will
murder of tori Pi& A& to Boston ', S roul4't digtetl
jP4essor'J
on, the
In! ? | J awt I M prevail in the ei4U' and the champions of

1 : 23d of.November jjajt; 4 as brought to a close malice, the wlsonjlr m4z ptOYtt tbprovi I b mjv1ma e 'tl je tth ,$nd tr2tDetT "tlerk continuetNbat ytMr'breman \ It jthe&fojpjyo jnsai al ,any moment truth and right Dtjicrowned with the laurels

4 on the 30th ult. llieiase has elicited the lion, th tfcjden or a is tl'prisn r "aktbe bai thmV'rourcSse "Mra ODf l8fe0'ir Pun* of popular approbation."

prcfuundest interest thfquijhout the country. which g&ea to preclude the malice-ot er. Pronounced thim l5r.Parltn1aVani be ha intltS.o>,no't guilty 1" Gvarr '."."was tie ishment i too .heavyilLone teprnin thought i4 & .----- -.5_,-

I''I Jlr.'CWToVJ% cloVed )bis argument at 5 min. wi e it i is argued from the act itself. No explained to you thej*asons vhich ;confirm solemn- response. -. .jt arises in> .youMnindTor: t one murmuring IT tkinV'-word. i.t
provocation of words, however opprobrious him in that opinion- You hare also heard The hand of tha i prisoner, which hal hith- _
; ?'ilItheiforinorf1Eb1 : th rtetimbhf"o! Noblt1xeTc.4 rto-TjeefflieireTect- to the>ar TifffotTTt binkohimTtflstfltly; deprived of life bv

4 S.ffCMT remarked|. fr to>the (prisoifcr'u f i'i.J that: i if h I had. ""/.-. or one intended to produce deathx soa%.to f Dr,. MortooJ 'of opinioi Ibat..the, 2 W'v! W to" ?*.1|t ityiM ty our.gu3ltyi'haild ; then, if not lost'to all

g., ;: y tolhejui-' before he charged make it manslaughter where "the'rc'is an intention cljaracterlstiVJa of t*.ti are n6V ?as'rto action;and his dropped s sens of retributive justice,jf you have anycorapnnct5odrvisitings S = -_-:
S i'bponLhe feMur-ss of( 'the to kill.- If there is sufScientfprovoi enable a deriti&'t-ta identify bswarkFnnderalleJ upon his breast?-I Je sooaeat'dowifjhis ; 'nfconiebceYou' frF--t
case, he had cation it is manslaughter, but words are not limbs seeming togiveVvidenc 6nfailinff: may be ready to exclaim, in the bitter anguish The ti5alt4Jy

.I, WIt.; sufficient provocation. Malice is implied wh He-puf-hisf barfds'i p1'tJhi fJCclaridMani of truth, "I have sinned against heaven

p i e74t a1i STe'ofv*4[ ferttrtropJ cm SaiKfe'coafirn D Kio : tested much emotie fl..ihenclosIt5eyIids tt&q4

The jroi aroSe jln'd feddTessed the jury.tIfe other,. boweyerrendden. .WhenTibe-re.il: A I eep. : iotSh. '.i ''tt ..nrrfis.eViJence. '' an4hoiyed his. bead .t1.qWAt tqwar45ibp firacrcjfpl;: tp Rifr ginne i &vjy \*\ jflf.b $fL.-P'P'F -

eakunehced *ri" ratlvcra'onfuped manner, blow of a deadly or dangerous weapon; With ,*unaoutjrtediy, toiec-, court. t 9d\ grnt,thatypurxample; mav(1afGjrd ji I.t) tIleimpressve q v eeeinas'; wita S which it.
?"
I' a. ceived withcarjJ ti5'oItUieof JtryX.the same tin soiernaDpgl wpeciallxrfijof| tTie I e 1oIJIPrfii! UttjesobeV natter.
without addfe&T rJ $eclly*'either bench oi intent to dosome, great bodily harm .and ( ** -J v* ; -
'1ury1 brtil said i-11 }| *. death ensues, malice presumed.. .1 f tha wbch4uVpplicl! ; JlQ/.f fore bin eyes, as if overcome by th iamnfml1' ypinga Mayab.ynfiress txm e ery,roiad the .t..- "i.r5.5' '-' ; 5

ei lilt eVrel | -Jf a'tnan ;provoked j>y a ,blow, with l a and byttiein5? of hichj a :"RTnglg 'ibiiejs. du.y1e" ad1 performed... An..u roTceB" -' .salutarjrjlfsson t} i j4 intended.pteacb< utp" )ZOsr4r3Gi(4tI: ititi_ Y&aliie'i. Crz.e51s., .
Itf&
t > |ncr: jnto. an explana. feeling of resentraent.returris.it, aiid.kills. bis, made tojeadjo the t4iscovi ry'l oi an'ntirenmalofaneliOc lence ens edi in whfch |hiS Cbup?; the'Jury, guard %sain3tthe ipdQl ce.bC sb iQji'fjBdor a
flonjpf i the comricat|) d net-work.of 's'ecl&t/ir/ ( seefrie bi bsorb in'their xtneofen.:
circum it is not excusable jbuU it isl.i V a species, You mustjbejutos 5anml .. to vindictive passionsarjd ta; esitea>pti-
Stahcesvhich; by pe"culiar posltio the aggressor ; tbe. a refle .... i.. -I: 'l ..-' af sori ndicked s.-Jtfnn'K I. n Yctttpubn;: hed week
; ; crime th murder; it1 is manilsu iiicr, 'iVll!;' of ji; Iti-'uiij.LcaTe": I hcseVare nwn ; lion to, >y-andi'everjr, "sclfisbv;

jkjvlfrnment' 'lint. tjh\&wn around ine1ndwbch1.In beat of blood.. 'We see no evidence' thisca -] teeth ofDr.'Parkman, and (f, asyas":Stated, T"e.aPPea.raic.Pi} ibe prisoner at t bi5pe.! i purposa: :to Istenioitheiwain4ngjrcoTi [ ; *, efefrlilsf,Wrilfere ce Wintififauons- rYbeat.'Mi .
nine inseis but of ten, arc com ul. w hpjiter ,JHia eyes ciencft and yield to ttheplairi dilates; of Km$ $ UteW4f
"Vti : .. e of any provocation or heatfof blood to t [ you ,by Dr.jKcep, their, condition proves was pami & Kd>m < -
I, ) te1ydi5torte3 aid MabIy nine-tenbs of .There were aiigry feelings, but they do 'not that they were'put >nto,the.. furnace in the,, closed, and a4 epp sigh'denpted, he load* of ,dntyahd; %v Uetbeysirjst n tijfely'Tshrink.yvith &; & t>* ibis.views'ipoitauggestioni '

'wbjh 5, outd be 4tif.ct&1y eVlaned. All amount to provocation or a'heat of; blood bead-, and of tbevhol.bodTo parts iadis- inex pressible. anguish ;on ? hiS* soul, agd the .abhofrf nee' fYonv Lthejnrstjthoughtsvof t&hioi
the'pozt of thejte !imohy"havebeen paced! crusu'triir blow tbat)hiVd fallen u'pon'.hjnv.gfChiefjJustice'jSh'aw' Jinoth.er they ) map by themis1q cr tbey
sufficient to render'the crime; manslaughter. similar to Dr. Parkman'p; ahd jf the supposition ass ijing liCe nay fjajh
/ID the bandsof iny iouhfel, by whom my Jn this case u charge was made against suicide..,, or accidental death are..excluded brbke tht 6ilence'a.nd, to evercnce,tb%laws of G Lapd.ptsqc y, addressed him ft* fpr.nl letter. The Sentinel

"Inn cencjB 'could? tyaje "been firmly estab- an individual of having, in some way icr the corpta.delicti is established.- suspense byi'dis tnrssini; ,the jiify in, a voice de i2ned.toBecHre; protection thejr qwyi ;-' h-rf .Vif4t the 'nmY staicnsnt,

Jiahed.7pot'deeiDeu S other, produced death No one saw it done. I shall pass over the testjmony Little- trembli rig..wth.niotipii" and.requested th'eir.attendance' We forbear, foE; ohvions. considerations, we' k awaite* ?;icr* 'fror Ta1Ia.fssee, and

:: Thgentre1vi4ikr their dkecto I The evidence is altogether circumstantial, field. Itnas beep some"wt called in.ques-. the Cou.rjat "nine" o'clock! onMonday from ta.l1ing.sucl> pfis pf.jady.jce.as b/ay le e3cfljromt13a4aperr." .

; pi .4 baveiealed my ips1uriig my contluement, yet it may be sufficient to produce a'teason- tion. But whether.much or.IittIe-weijlUbe.) : -,-. vix omnetrnes thqugh ; appippriale oqca- .
trUsting rnyscl qptjry to tbiin-tbey bave able conviction. Crimes are secret. given'to it does not materially affect thi? ae.'. Merricky tlis prisoner cpunse& fctben.went'intp ,sipns like bas cotflmQflly hepop lt.flTfltt SeaYulee 'aTik'Iortoit

,necessary, in their superior There is a necessity .circumstantial evidence I It may be remarked, that,as far as it/dpes thc prisoner's dock, and s'ppke a provncea'J.1re33 on.ocaJons 5lik e pr.esrWo! have neverik a'ff n 'torrespp'ndenee'" with

isdpm, tp bring forward the evidence which ,, otherwise we could not protect ourselves affect the case, it is confirm by other .wjt-, few!words in5hi& ear, a'n ,smm arteMh or'defwas the.itliterate.the deadetth.out- 'Oot'.' rot'ii1 onllthy>u6ject(whatever. '''

fl\vas' to cxondrae.| pie from a variety of ,from, crime. Each sort .of evidence nesses, particularly the orfcetpf the polictf.Fmm given.by,the Court that the, prisbrier ,cswhoscea.lyJife .has been* ca t among ." ,2Lhat.am ta>>.month> ofiaiimiarj4o'iror

ihese ltn acts. Th4 J Gcfrernmerit.T. have_. brought_ has MS advantages. There is no common about tSunday or MoridaVi pretJ should! berefnandedj.which.was ,'dbijeTafter'the the vicious-the. ,neglected,! th ahrndcuietf, ? *
p u> &ver.canuiia1f: )ng.esttity I4Id uge standard.of comparison ,VVe. may-of tea arrive s.cret whatch was kept of the; Medical.Ctllege bad been clear il by he,.office f*. ,who have.ben;. blessed with np moral brreligioi Brownreceft'eS v letter from MrJCabeIIr

*gains&ni., and f hjpe.wit1nohavean t6 at assure conviction by circumstantial l till Friday .Noting Fmporlant.iCould ,The-whole.prqceedings.'duj.'ript'pccupy; nip're ) 'cutnre! whq bave neyerjricei.yedthe dated the 20th t-jf thiit mbnth and enclosingbVt

S inaue .nfluencu4n jury' .1 wiLl not as bv positive evidence- The inference from be transacted there Without 'the knowledge than twelve minutes, and vya ,fi scene never bene.fitSjof cultivatet&socletr, nor"enjoyed a carefully wri n unsignedcopy? of

:.jtiUudeT to. manv ofjth? charges.. There is: the'facts' should! bea'natural.or necessary of the police,-of.LittiefielJ! or Webster. -To I ? .bs forgotten. by those yh'w rC' present. the sweetaDd-nnpjliii ,influences )(.home.Tq > *' >ti- .St { a

.(one which tpuclics
S which has .produced, stating that I had, self. Suppose in the present case .the" teeth of these remaps. found partly under with not ?i'few'expressions of re'cre.t; impressive, may-be a word fitjy steps towards t procuring of % represeota

Y after, the distppiari&ce qf f DrJPi, purchased. are found to be.those madc..for Dr. Parkman the privy, in .tie tea cljest, and partly inthe" After.the spectators had been dispersed' from spoken, arid, turuedlto good account;, butjjn lion lithe AppcndMtc
a quantity of oxaVirWi&toremove the stains been known. You the court house, the prisoner was rcijibved like this when those 'circumstances '
before bis death; that fact H itself sufficient furnace,-must haie a case Mtt Caheil' 1I 'fol1nrr
.fli Wood, and it instantly occurred to roe to establish the conclusion,that the remains will judge.from the,evidence by whom., by the officers' 'to the Leveret streef('jaij, to are all. reuipveJ, no word of ours ,coud! be 'post cript '

jjhat this parcel mjjht "be saved and pro- are his, if no other facts are found repugnant We do not thiuk nuch weight can attach I await his sentence.. t ,J more efficacious.than..tve! sugse tjona of -t -: 4tsjaperihatyori.piayi.ot (
>
0 educed when necessary*. I to this. tq the conduct oi.lhf defendant after his prrest. I jj MOSD.VT, April IVAt your own belter. hoU hts .jo which,we corn- be .taken fey ;, urprise. Something i of
I
,,- For several daysvMrsMV. had requested The allegation is that he entered the Medical We. have- experience here, to guide 5 minutes past) nineo'clock" prisoner meliotf. tBut'as.; we hpproachjthi.s "last itbirf sort-will bfrisiafneJ' by-our Senator*ami

*. toe to purchase soijie acid for domestic use, College about two o'clock, and never us. Wedo not kn vv, how we; should act was brought into the court room by:officer al,duty of pronouncing sfent.erceit\ibicvJ3) ; } myself pfficialfyl' )senTto; yoarto! be laid

ct S i,and my wife bad repeatedly laughed at me came but of alive. Search .was.made during in such a case, or .o.v he ought to have 'Joies.' His appearance indicated much indeed the yoke. ofjaw annot.ourqwnn "bcor thepulie! '. 'Tiiis. letter
S because 1 had ia>t purchased it. I had borne iloj"t.Avii"i.indifference ,w'aspostmarltejjorv / -
it.urterji'ice
giving we.cannot
the week. The human cted.

next Friday remains mental suffering- he to
S attempted
it iu mind that ifi jjnoon, and had intotThayer'8 appearcalm ; itj aaJ.-received
gone the asaforrnal.andoffic'aract tbj 00 the
;
of
were found under the Jledical College. To come to the nain proof case, ? The attorney general moved that the .
ttorej uSiIerj the Revere House, The place was taken possession of by the there are two theories in regard to-St. The sentence of the'law be now pronounce. upon Gd forbid, tha .wa _should, be preventgd 275tb. j-tl1t-

rtada-1be ptfrchaFej;waited'ij then till the Cambridge police Investigations were made, and the Government takes the one, which supposesthat the prisoner* His language was feelinani! from indul.2 ;, an.l.xpre83in.4hp35 irrepres&iWe -I": 3J. That oiit14$ 'diii(, Gor.dressad .

S.Hourly came a3Joji7f ? jumped into' remains were declared to be those of Dr. P.ofessor! Webster invited Dr. Parkman pathetic. ic ,leelingsof interest, sympathy and [

r the tfranifois with,t)e bundle. J we"!! !?onje' arkcan. Is this proved It is proved that S to the Medical coleRe, and there .slew him, Chief Justice Shaw then askeJ the prisoner cqinpasaioa, >vhich arise sppataneously in ajettcpnj'rfjplyj urging .the ,sanie

and gave the byndfe to my wife, and when I he dipanpare- from his borne on Friday afternoon in 'order to get possession of two notes if he.had any thins to say why the sentence -: our hearts, and -we do .most incereJly aiitlcorilially. | consideration $j k ijbe main, which .appeared

A S afterward, I heard $n much said about the and u'3 not come t ft to dinner, which he owed tciDrParkmanand that.be of the law should not be pronounced. .. deplore the distressing cpn Uipn I subsequently f inj'published lettervt ?

bundleTit flashes! clj my mind in a moment back .8 established. sot possession of them. Dr., Parkman had( The prisoner signified that he had nothing: into which crime, has brought, you ji an"! 4th. That a Sajh 'the joint letter was
S that this must be tt'J It was to this bundle, and never came ; tns: loaned to Professir Webster.iOd in 1841.- The then in : though we have no word of present consolation -
Has it been proved that he wis seen .2 vwlurS to say. 'Judge a very feeling date on the'fij'lr'ebruary.fpllowingf it waspostwzrked
'
and not to any o4ment, that I referred In eeyeraijarties contributed! "anoth the of one.earthly tiope to ofltr you, in this
In i46 manner; proceeded to give sentence
the direction after the hour he issaid to have enter- of of the J4/-i, aad. by. tbe same mail
hour affliction
to my'wife' him. lo the amount two the law follows .your yet we devoutly ; ,
toreiie
loan as :
5. 1*"As regards {hetnature of copper-$in the ed the college' ? As to the testimony of Mrs. thousand er four bJnartaS ir7| doliarstm; ) .5 commend you to the mercy of our.Heavenly which brought|ie joint letter,. GOT. Brown
usaal lectures Weteding Hatch, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Wentwroth, Mr. The Sentence .Father with whom is of in *
abundance
I fcy
had ,
myarrest Clelar.di! Mrs. Rhoades sid her daughter, this Dr. ctmtriouted five hunu.J nti.tne. received tied leffers from"Washington, one
occasion in to use te influence of chemical and Mrs. Grenough, I need not comment three hundre.1 aid thirty-two dollar oi the' John W. Webster: In meting you ?
agents produfcin changes of various subjects particularly. It is to he compared with the old note;and ofker parties the balance. for the last time, to pronounce that sent %icewhich andgrace. the saoi2 po5tmr-anJ| inJalgmg
the sofeinn( comments
-among i thys, upon gases. I pre ihi other tide. When such a Dr. Parkmau held the large notes and the law ha affixed iO this high offence ,Auinopothingenian3 bat "
pared a large quint ty of oxalic acid gap I' proof on the whole mortgage on personal property, for its security of which stand convicted- impunsi-. duty of pronouncing the,.sen'ence thich the upon his lettsi'o| the '31st< January- and
you
And a gaBon jar ''aS filled with gas in order is great thrown event into happens a committee, of community inquisition, for the benefitof himself and other parties ble 'language, to give utterance' to the i law affixes.to tbecnme of murder,, of \vKi6h [ expressing the |cbj that" upoa"more mature
5. to produce the c'Muiges from dark color to the old which was to be of you stand convicted, which sentence is' ,hat
and a.large number lines 'of inquiry are and also note, deep'consciousness responsibility the \ leflectibn be wdtl changs. hTs, opinions.-
and also! in air, on beat ,John W. Webster, bs removed/rbm
orange great being ,
whenever hisshare was paid.It -- keen of sadness and you
found given sense sympathytwith
instituted; a great many persons arc up One of these !letlerajjwas dated the 13tb aad
The ,
'applied 16 the.jpf. this detained in close in
drawn ,custo-Jy
a gas was who have seen' the object of the search.'It .- appears that the defendant was in possession I. which we approach this solemn duty Cir place.and.
'through water. .to the nitrate of the prison'of this and be thence taken speaks "of havii rejul his letter the 12th.
oa
copper became known oh Saturday evening of both notes, and the government contends I- "eumstances which all who hear me will duly county! ,

.,.fpilt on the stairs&iid floor of the,laboratoryitVa that Dr: Parkman, a man knOwn' to almost that henever paid cither; that he -invited I- appreciate, and which it mayhem hardly at such.time theji.vecutive Govecjimyntof These are tbf- farts; ah I'nor'application! of

spilt accidentally* from a quantity, and everybody, had disappeared. The whole Dr. Parkman .to his. lecture room and fit to'allude'to more in detail-render*the performance this commpnwe.aUir .may b/jtheir .wafraut theinsee, ns ne4sir: The .occarrence 4f

"bjr menn; my? [ $?res between the day ol community, were put upon their recollections, slew him, to get possession of .these, notes. "of this duty on the present occasion appoint, tqthe place pfexecujTorija3il there
S'Dr. P.'s disappearance and my own aries t a would it be f-trange if a great many had If this.be proved it is express malice.. unspeakably painful. be hung byj.tbe.neck until yoiare deaa.And -.' ;the italics- ti| Joint letter waex4acd

; Soiinig'htgo piin explaining a variety ol; seen him, and yet have been mistaken? If r The other theory'is that of the/defence, At all times and under all circumstances a may.God, in His infinite' goodness", .'.haremsrcy """ : in the Govsrlpr'5cam.-n-aaicatioa, tor the

circumstahce whvcb have been dist rtej. they had not been mistaken, would not others that being together, the one.,to pay and,'the feeling of indescribable solemnity attaches to on ypur. oul. EJitor of tllipullishe'4 & !, ditel 30th ult and

5. My 'counsel bve depressed me to keep be found, when all were intent, "who othet to receive money,, they tquarrelledandDr. the utterance of'the*stern"voice of retribu Upon, hearing the last of the above-words : 5

:3Im-n.iy. ; .. i very__ t T.I 3cilmn-.-< ss'.has .been. made. !to would! tfstifv that tbev'saw him also? This I Webster killed:Dr. Parkman in e'udJen tive justice which corsi ns a fellow-beins tan ) the prisoner sank heavily upon hiVseut: and tn'C_.
"Tear agamsime pni-my ircst nas Deen in heat and then concealed.him to avoid detection. inclined his head -1.l.-: ,.: ., ,,
,
negative evidence, it is true, is not conclusive untimely>nnd'ignominious death: ; but upoathe-.bar tle.weptuiagony. __
rriy Gou and my,$wn innocence. In regard In itself, but it goes to destroy the positive .. If this be proved, it may be Man when we consider-all the circumstances of .- .II&terntio.svere extreoiely. vje- S al&t'i jmnJQ3ticc..a.-* ,-Ti _*- *-;

ib mzfaev; I must! ;Ay' 'a word. The money evidence, for we can hardly conceive that if slaughter. If,Dr., Webster -did entice, Dr. your"past life, your various relations tti society lest, and his soba; could be distinctly heard The *T* i a well-merited, Ice*

: trhich IpaidD] 'P. on the afternoon of there bad been nd mistake irfthose who saw Parkman to the Medical College get gofsefsjpn ,the' claims upon you brothers, the in any part of tae courtroom j but in a, few ftnrefcf: >lh&F&fi<.litm 'qruf Journal fortbe'VSfnWbVthyVlforf

F 'Fridayv"Novenlbei-, I had Saved np from him'as to his identity or the'"time, -a great ; of the notes, we.cansee no difference hopes and expectations you have cherished, moments be> summoned his usualifortituJe; of'the' latreV'pipeT t
5-. .. _time to 4.a0s time; ardf. 43 cptin. 'l a trunk in my house many others would not also tave seen limn, between it and murder. r with your present Condition and the ignominious and became more calm. CA f*. -je:.) .spch! '|o4 jSfwiii&'ag' v
& tn1y give my yI4I.that sucn ''sttie lact.-a' '? .VI --* *- iu J it th," iiMt :The Government, to strengthen its theory, death that awaits iyou, we are oppress- A largeUiumberof( those present were thj'reflex
:Several years a gQ;! !hai: students, who were If Dr. Parkman went to the College at the ftau money to pjiy'eiiiirr.uijiuc-'ilmc- -mi!* orifupwAtTWUsJI ap.d.rHPJJjilg.but deeply alKjcted: evento tears. jAri-awJtuI of President 'Zthit'e. on theelavery

;!Jntbe habit of Ktjijg; In my laboratory, and invitation of Dr.- Webster, and was theme he has never pretendel I that he hal: mpney by the law whose officers }and ministers' .,_ A. .1 L ,... ---..-......: i..4b ooRstiofr Nc"nIid 'person will'giteaiiy
killed him. all of to take the of One we room, an J the eyes'of iurireJs were bent beed
by question large them.
\hr injuredm' ajiparafus; therefore, I implied malice up one very are, could sustain us in tp gtrdh stj ictuM'ai the JFIondSn pats
Wed pre- is put out of the question- it was done s'smGcant fact is that the $90 wliich was pronouncing such a poi the pri oisr: who ;now sat upi,;!jt 'k-.v-i.? / >'': t 7'.v-- t. '
evEr wh'qipolicy.
S ) 1ih4fr use in lectures jti.lgment against the crime of fortij upoo, jms thedo
my wilful ,
my by express malice. Dr. Webster admits that Jlhat morning paid to.him by Mr. Pciteacl.ck murder, wlh.fixed aze upon the beneli.. A .ppresjsedcwhjsper nothing"
\ wjth />wn "feapUfi_ :ht t is th my ar.a ? rea on.why there and the Bank ; crime at .went-"tiroujh.jtha jCrpjv & isideitU. IU'blows fall with
: Dir. Parkman came as be sav. on F.iramaii'ja -was not a which
lexcludeiji pi'reons from my labotatory i of .ha ; humanity sbadJere; acrime everywhere aaxiuus inqwy rept 'as mncfi Gen. '
*reKards ''vrhereabouts) he tad him money. J ? evidence thaiVeb..ter part money pau, oat was on" hat ofj j and under all formsrof severj y pbtf ( Ciss, for this.views.
". Uty| from ih. hour feocietf regarded silence:) beiuggain; .jilhe; JuJge pla'qeJ-tbe
; fate'machlaudsi
i'eSort'lh'the
ofLDr.P.'s d % tad there that afternoon, and lefttheieubo'nt j rnonnortne next day..depn.s'teJ in A-the SshafeVas will
s } I, have with the '
pjcarance, abhorrence. in of .. -
put into deepest The prisoner charge the. sheriff,, Afohaf! r' +r.t. 7.v *j -
...wunser band* Satisfactory information 6 o'clock1. Insomuch a.4 iii.Parkm'an Charles R'-ver Bank to his credit. lie alo law has pionou'nceJ'ita >e'veret''penally'iii past nine the waj.orJered.tajJ by'thethe ollawmj, br.ef extract. from
priapner > ,re- .
which will accjju&t.for lias rleter been seen'since that af'ernoon torn; M' P-tte that murnin* that lie Jiad s -t- few : > *-S 4-1" ti j.ireference
the'
but
every day had spent sample solemn anl! Lnprwivewords nvinddJ, and was'ie4 fron: theroQiab-y officer WashingtorCl3s'58peecb"r1 Union.im ,to ir.i)3.seea .
if should that ilel with Dr. i rkman,'althougb Dr; P. bad
that the
during week.Jfor appear remainsfoun4 *- .
every day aad every :, Every person whn'shall'commit Jones. c f,1 .- 1*,,. ir JfVJ 'ia' m' .
hour I absent in "thc'j .ppartirienWf6f Pr1! .Webster not yet called on him. the crime of rrfurder shail! v
neve:4. from home. As suffer the punsh-! Thu main-bolyiof ..theCoUrk Uouis ..tLiga.leries '
.io.leing seenbyJMr; Sauderson, I was at werejdentified "as hi'* body. 'the; alibi 15 of ni> S You must joJtfe how far these circumstances merit of death for the same."'. .. the bails and: ea'.ries, wern.cruwJl .Close--VtlLrt corrrM b- : d C azmgly% the

,.;home every evpnim. .,0ne 'thing that has go to prove intention to pet hold of S The' ma'nifeaTpbjsctbf this Jaw is" the pro: bv a-i ,an.xous; concourse .of p >pe! ,,.wiorubbed ; i'&rcor iofound dremttc'vC&'Amer
-n a't'ecent case in 'man the notes asia motive of the homicide and if uu ui >es it.' 12
Richmond a was ; tectiorfand Hv =i.u3 isa
f tjenpmitted bj;nrcouns.l,.was, that the se rty'bf'human life the'mdfet from the,buiJJLaan504s
on to
an.
get ..
.
wb1i stabbed with a knife"a'mah'w'as arrested that was the motive it is a very strongs case of j. v..Jrn' {'tnat ;white! Casts 'wipvikfng
Kthe just and a 3'i
S cFwfajpn aliened murder fmpoitant a paternal Iner'lqpkatthiprisoiier .
wa whd bad knife in his of murder malice. If government iAiu ? ti ji' { : this filM ;eA''in' the Senate '2Vi
paid' to Lave :idrL committed, I bad purtba a pos5es&o the day by exprsss :in the ft is madetheduty: of this-'court to- declare .- mDurin..th'eiIfmvery of, the sc.nteacithe T sg< ( ,-
before the handle of the defence the "AJSjCT f: 4e"rne*
the knife hypothecs concealment
fainJrokkn'
ed ; was
HumLoliXlj this
>jew.WOrk, and penalty against who h
'Cosmos' ill
hav
any-one crowJwereremarkably..qaiet auJ 7
:retired ?
;
Vwhllejwajtinff.ifaif: an'tmnibus. stenoed into, off near the deceased! .]It""was of the remains'"was made by another band, it been"founJ guilty- in-due course'of the'administration -leepiy, impresssJ wUQ.tJie awful soleinaiiy: ; 11ors ; M % j ( te) great
,fJBrigham's' : ;; | sworn jur: be that wh'ch/: belonged theprisoner was of no interest to Dr. Webster, and his iJWriaofro' AAU.., KJCU ati&iykiWhig'frfendi
takiya mutton chop and oncoming ;of'justiceof.. having vio'ateJ of ttie.sceue. : ,. \ VJ
out to takts; the omnibus bad forgotten the day before; and.'bn a vast 'trior- reluctance toward '*he sarch is to j>e. accounted .k I..... .. 5 mi4r>pre { 'itt the
tern x mnin tionabla4e was found which for, as well as the Jact that' he 'did uw 4 ; ii IHS S. V : ._ -I'* *' laie preBiJentfalJcanvass?* 'c % '
.
my bookbulityermy ariest, remembered ; It is one of. the.most solemn acts of jud 4 tloii"aud x' i>i :.. *. -..
.. .the place where I bad left it* and mentioned by the scratched edges of the broken steel not himself make the discovery .which lay cial power which aa earthly .triburial can becalle.1 S Factors *>{;' i/. flierein je. "(pr'us to say thiat thV
it to counsel. tallied witbtbatof, thehand1e. This cir- directly in' hsvay.. Any concealment of Oca MixisTEa1, io Si'.v.-We faf-fte
my 'They bad sent ..to .Air. upon5totcxercis! e. ft1 is a. high and places ilr. tlt5Sulfa| ja the, SIWARD bouse-
BrigbamV, and the 'book bad been fou rid." cnmstancfe was allowed a great weight.Wben'a .- evidence going to implicate himtOrwbich! > a exemplary manifestation of the following pJrasfapn; 'in, the' Bifetbrt' Post, *
circumstance of this .kind is establisbeJ.'then party under suspicion reports, must as sovereign! 'which' is aTcarsfat' holfif'thet J&f>tiiliaifb correct ,--Wa
go anJ.can'lr.juj '
He then took hit but in authority of the lawas; well in'its d "jbarhi', k ,
seat stern
: a
j. a moment the absence,of any testimony to far as it goes at all, against him. .r ,-' inflexible severity, as in tits a'fid:? ee1in.p'ubT:1hes 'etitamsnS of1 fifctwh'ich shoUld have'nawf'th'bu' ht"of so-ieftectthgpoA
and said protecting a.d a. .*!* ?'
rose the antrary-the'1ro6f of'concurrent cir- The accused has mentioned that.the pack,. paternal benignity punishes the may''iVolbe\reiel! : nuy.iir'UVg: kno y ; man wl4 90. sarij1tftne1fbtbe.manes .
"I will one-jvord cuirstances-has a age to wnich he referred in his letterto...Ijis guilty noih'ng' the truth '
say more ; I have felt strong 'tendency to with severity ,order that the eight to the staf&Iii'tbeparigr.tphorh' < of.D3moracy. iThis task baIen
;rery much distrusted by the production of strenztben lheconclusipri.! daughter was ones of .nitric acid and not enjoyment of life, the, most precious of. all ; Pot'Bt*for the honor of '

4 those anonymous 'Betters; more so than by When a party has attempted to snppjss those notes which have been brought evidence rights, may ba more effectually secured. i'ir cp'irtry'\Ve: hop'a'.thera" is some mi.#akeab'iit'the 'reserved; .'for_hHWrlenxls._ l _V' ._'* < .:

i pI vfinything".that bfti pccnrred during the trial, proofs the circumstance* acts to prove a to prove the intentionof the homicide.If By the record before us .it. that matter: Perhaps''the caSmet ir- -
S. ."iI call my God to mtnesF, that if it were the consciousness of guilt. 'W.hpn'' we apply so,as fsrw that goes itgo5 to obliterate the have been.ind.eteJ appwir* gaa can- mfornrus'.* f< '-J! '* J"* ** } THE. STJITB OPPICBOS OP'CAXOPOR5sliaA. .-
by
9itt boufof my"lie,' Hvould say that I never tbe.
*"n wrote; those' letter}.''! be applied. First the circumstances upon But it does not.nt all affect the case or. the ing that on (the 23.1 of .November last, alleg. correspindaat'of Londoa .taJ ef<*js''thV new 'There)Js sbrn 'ttjriOsity to know who the
,
Sipce 'the trlalj;commenced, a letter ta j? which the:conclusion'depends'are to be fully- bearing-ot,these notes.when. found, or the made an assault on the, of IG you' h Taylo.miaistir; Mt.tt'tmrringer, 1A trying tofure person S S s* ij-g i.1orItke' Cafifo'rnians'Tiave'
been'receivcd froa ihis veryCivis"' by one proved; second, all must connect together; animus or intention .of f the.act. The circumstances Parkman, and by acts of person.violence officesjo their
deprived &parmne Nsri,
;
et>f counse"Jf inconsistent of-tae twine.u, an J iciUing. uton
amy ibis has no one must with 'an acf"ofthis.nature ; many others,
person him of life with iinnw
mad wait
malice
any aforethought. tp a long trmne the h.IJI, gift.; ->Gbvi: Btnijrrri/
%park of humahiK I call upon him to come 'or alibi. 'An'alibi, means ''else wlih.it i is needless to mention, go to\show This is aIIe.eito: have been done t--jir 'and natIy' hovn tutotho s1eeplrgmomotMF3.. middle-aged ,manrnorth ,-

/forward-a notice to this effect has been put where* Jf a man.is'charged'' being in that whosoever didany part in ;the conceal the apartmentof within Bstrriner P.--* thnlfIurneheroo iu vuv iavaa > >rrf*'bbifr e>*lrelieveVandfora. long!
-public
ment of these remains did the whole ;a institution in this Tlio Led iraj not uada, there Smel8idve'li .
and
the'papero. and ,
I $ one place he can prove'himself in- another city-the" Medical. College_of wbih-,- >jO* intherooa1"'pinialj WAS bjitbiog ,.. ..( c| the''SbutSand" West; His-
; .1 Prof. WVi havi& sail; ihis. at the ,time,, then be must escapei- A? to the annoymous letters you, must ,and you uegrimwho e wa4 the 't :- v.T| jU': i't & -' ? : j -' *t 'i -
down.
sat A were professor instructor, the piinia to at si interpretcr II oame agurea tnjjhe histdrjof Texas.a R
upon is
This is a mode'ofdefence, which judge of their bearing, if pro veil. Ba ,we' per :.
Jmprf easily i Barrtngerapa '
ceyp sioDffis made, upon the jury, suggest ;- son of. a man of mature a ge.well known lnlisI. man.
itself and .besecure3 must remark that considerahe of "v -1 ofcIeajin&.vgorous mind v4of
little we proof -
ihe.court, and jh pectators, by the solemn mart by'a and of extensive connections in this'convjitinitv S tWailzingfn Union 1-
:arnestness esbibjMjd by, the in his contrivance Third, the circumstances must them exceeding; slight. Character.may,.be and a benefactor to that ; !z *r.ft -- -Vtl ardent republic bfprinciples. DrGwzmoneof'
remarks.- ,& [ prisoner not'only limit the guilt of the party, but they of consequence ib a minor case, as of larceny; charge of..an.oflence; institution.The ./ r Oon MINISTER AT.?ILDaID.Tterq.waipubli5hed tht1:S/S4mtors '' iect,Ts well known
% ,
C < .so aggravated, in.thei'Uniou"ior -" jj s
but when
must le each as to exclude! other a-prisoneK-is chewed witbva crime : Friday !jast, an
: io the very, reasonabJe under such circumstances, ,in the.midst, of a aricl.e republisheJ 4by the' as an., ex-mem! r bf, Congress from Missis-
,4thieT bypbtli'esis. They must exclude'all to atrocious, all sink tothe same Jevel, and Ppstqo" .Ist'rein '
4 Jostici atlien rose to deliver reasonable doubt? It roust be more than anrobabilitv. we must rest on the proof of the facts; yet in j( peaceful community.crcated an instantaneous ( 'London: paper, whichli'comraents un- sippk CoL.Ftith'othe, Senator, isk

biatcharge to thijury, remarking that he The facts must he nrh f such a case the prisoner has a right. to nut in1t _. i outburst'' n./surprise, alarm,.aml- -terror- .favorably upon (Jie tyle of living. maiotaineJDyioun ,.nowB-to-. thecmntryand to the world.a anr
-'?r to continue the 'proceed- implicate the defendent also. bid character, and t the testimony-- ,i competent- ana was lonoweaoy a universal and intense JJ misterittp Madrid,.. We ace"'at.'a [ explorer!- and sol ier andl'iA the"':son-in-law
ingsas| far as loj;deliver bis charge in the anxiety learn, by.the results of.a judicialprnceeding.vhether l loss to Jc now wb.at motives ,
We must evidence. # coi4divcnJaiced flr '
now
,, *
} gentlemenapply. these fc oI ;
>caM to them ; "' 'Br41dj I : of
; became'the nature of the prJn- principles.to the. present casei. The Indictment j Many therHhngs| .'press upon .my mind-, this charge was true the publicatiQ.irkalluded to, tso; much a( ry.rjrrf .ni5.r'"u*
2cipIesdeveloped i 'tie proceedings were such The'day of trial,came; r-A';court variance with facts, learn them" Carolina.. Mfj .GlLWar,
I charges J. %Webster with the bat the timereminds meI 'H would 'not .rerfi/ir*. bin to occupy theirS rnnrderbfDr You have been to conduct it.< A.jury, almost 'of authority. / ,. "' ?" elect from Jniia'was "" "
attention ,, George Paikxna ,on the 23rd of selected by lot,< mostly concerned < + formerly apriflter''ifclfcM&tiy
lilauci; finger. time.I.J..p November last in the your own?choosing was/selected in ,the 'Mr.'Barringer occupies'ihV."eregahtTnahsioa'jprected'
active.busiaeuof -
;' v' J1.4 aj. ; The J indictment beWreferred life, so,astosecure best i&fist fcffieeHe: went butter
calculated
'fi.t .; ('SflUCVlCI psewiththe deepest sense jtp by "the .'defence1ahl .we have the i greatest impartiality, :,Take manner to insure'intelUgeueeandximpartialityr and Tatejy.occ'o'pTedrby''Gerferal 'caAj4mn9L5J4 4 twKiW'York'regimerntjttBdey;

,.of thiresponsfliilii.wbcb presses upon this taken tbe'matter Jnto consideration..,' It is sufficient time to'd iberate;,upon your veN, *> Counsel were,;appointed O.'pbhner.TGbvenJpr GjneraPbf1 .CubaJ it 'ST t.l,-** ; *
trunaL.Yocz)4ye been fi diet., % to aSSist you in conducting your defence, arid. ha? been'tpprougbl 'fu'rnisfi&d'witVheAT ,D>. fh and' 'dis
5.p ,,so long engaged the rule briaw that tbe means and, manner Use your gOTji-j'aJctnent.jand( sound andelegant' .wi,1M *
tinthii important se )hat' I cannot'detain. oftbVcrimKsb'all: ,be.'set forth, 's"p'"that"the conscience, and we Are> assured.the,.verdict who have done all., that learningeoquence: ,, furniture, pjirchasV ln''ranc'6 atjd' banded he start* \ the Allot. \
,you much Joogern. I hall not prisoner may will be a true and skill ;could accomplish in. presenting England, and 'th'i'e'sTabnsnmeAr/'is'aFto effaef 'raithf;
9 suspense. prepare forhjs defence"yet; Jf one/' -> jert ta s is// defence 'paper/and'by 9 al' and prudent ttan-
its best a"bne
p fflJMt late pcriof keep rod1 long.eonfinld. death is prpducetf.in.someonewJm'oJethe ,:s i ,, you aspects. ,& TIA sijch as befits'ihe 'charit'feraaV | mfffity aleWnYof '
;
S ; ..thalu
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fJfl considering tbefacts vfbich have been wflJ very large number&.of..witnesses -.was btanAinerjqiu R reetti& th S .II. ejaired for it
; Jaif therirninaIgeneram4es.hhprbvilj s ,
,
,, : so npl'let! e'scap t'has At twenty;jriinutes before 11 o'clock there examinedand Cm'urf --lll> -.I J' ;.4i fr .l1"SI'- 4.pper.
: after. '
/B y.lai4 bcforeouaij h carefully <(aye.ry; laborious 4'4 : uCaiifornizandj
J > .
.5- ajn1jr -a. for.t hew1 cases. Vm'ovemerit at the door of the Supreme trial ,of
-jinestio of acU. ballratner dwell unpreccdejjtedwlqngth, conducted -, Weareauremf h prvate tci.rreemve&n'1this' : j
5. upon j.'he Jwt-coupls'iset tbrth' hatrthe prispner C room[and 'presently a'iiumbetof ; 9445 Jna4t-italreadj onj of

'4. S .v 1tiiIhcnature2f. a56a4tca1! ,,and !lulled: ,. George Parkman,* in "fcdmV'fn 'anfl aznon1ie.1heeo'u! genitljiftien that jury as.have.we.hope pronounced with patience,an.4 fidelity.. Matlri11b m city far (ltmi cur Repiemtativ 'at 'th&o t'vaItSi. :*ew papert properties in
guiIty.Tq mxh1tTh
you ,
$.uucAYsp un4erb lives mAiirv &hI
pcj are Veijoreu, sef-fdr the
prrsorferrCharjssjSbmmer;Chas? ithis vetdicVvpon-a, carefulreyisionojbe.whole ; 'c .. iiuntdnly
several organs of govern- to thejy.: Trja'ckspri,'Judge.Bigelow] N'Jj. Bowditcb j -- .t..m yi u%nig, 'lsa1led Oj '
S aUijo proceedings,ji.aw constrained to ayl tbe article alludeU'tdJ'mamtainVs"of"ifira b3U r4age Wzirr
1ev4I I, 'Thecout are,< f the and a'numberof i4e. ,
? ppinjoflb&tthmss a rriembers'uf the bar,policeme ; in behalf the Court, that ihey.-iian' gree'of' iVis
o wn':;r.We count. 9 fir Parkman may bayXbeen assault: $ and, rgjmnenrthem; gaHeries, being Just or ega BOroucbr..upderf ex ed th6 slv e jdbi.ftt 3XKYFK bitcoIeagni pasive.oNanucket1ambm1Vthitty

.4.IunotIic.to mike .thlawsbut"j.o exe-, eid,wjtb chlorpfprnjipr'ether, which; ; staufjBed crowded to'excess.-" *- t* iu s|>4 r-.mLGnilty I .railthrilliny.circumstancea d Mat 5 : em iiag Hewent tCaIvsw
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Vnts.th1.i Tb4nd.ictmirit charges: the and miUJtfn( ;sen8il" r death .4 l Iri'about five'minutes' after Professor Web- wbi.cb cluster fr _. ,_ p eH"moritK*fuaPV&/t/
1 pdO.X1b,Jit ; Mnraei ii vp14:ha.ya.bcej li sfe'r'came' jhrj ] around.. '; i'ieVs-j ,, .,Lifr"'i
pau1y; .wapopnk9ijq in &ir& df *a co'nstable'an&; .riSe case aemi thrQngottr< mempRey jhe. itemps:, ; titi : mfi.
$ Ebitt eiecb .retrpspectj i L !
-- the juryjnd&be Jpzry.verC Vest-in*
th'eLdomktaLIIis
** oniy'fItis tookjhis
;?WSlueWWH doei.tbisi
% appearance aipKlewor4; iinpaft Tbe
.
1u4n *;% m&
Ifj .4Jree p .
was rifcHanjj QY 'r
51 exceptthateVipu Jejecl-' Wilful violent :
'
t ar&imalciouedptrction of$, wkbe 6wu $
biicb-jam jusfifiable, such as those"eojnunUted necessary,W kwWpft Pint iryAo.jv *MeW* s.aDeittIW the 5''coritractibn of the life of.aciellof iCiap in the.iace; ..God'' t tand. 'jt
;pf tbqs .vFTkiqhMc.
)
.Atkj44Ib1J.rr ? a.
Sr.JbjT e,.offi-; >Y.ethe; wwfMthAi the l iili ng uscleVapPftt theTffonthMii Lwru i ie odeeithe..proLecUinotthe" al19w1&fci imesthnai frtn1
) Qiea zuishet
pers DfJ9sticetitj i ffp %f {;;*jywi5 was to exclude suicide or accident. 'Dr.' 9'h CJburf cdtiWA fnT five iininnfes after.. tfoait jn the mulst ftUife.fcWit b'righC hopes, fli. get1ena offrhia5.pIpa. ..
et4wjfpjibem. *' Reresetjis to ithui &
'
:4'h.e Parma\waain) gpod hfalth,.as appears by 'ii'; Cler t*the'Courtfr. WiHard,' hen warm affections",'mutual attachments strong": P'pand.oh yule CQpyeflturlwje
.OaJ '
) *K H M; f baw'that'rrio.rrtng'fVecomef; ] / : no* Jo 'dIJessinthe Jury? '*MJr? Byfon;fore extensive And friends : tI
numerous makineaifeasblessing ;;
pueiihe&bdMthibu1 4bats the 'j ::: thark'e4' Lracfsti
S i not only of inJat&'ou tretdsunoreyout ver ict.ji1. io.himse.lf. btber8-.i' ,, ,p4 :4; 'fif thor tIt *'
*Jsw1fatc& 5i.UiWe4! bC. the lJ.cflt44 VlyII,,.Tatthe V\i tk Mr.*'Byr6fli"forenan f\Vejjjrudetbis..tqithejipjnrji in.
iio mooUwv. iaHj'tfroajQO'tlttY, w* re bodydi4no4flWiq hyH.ai.M" i me'.tTbe Clerk '''JdbnW.' aWdb1ttj hQf4 ipti&iot fojhQ yI3've. k pm1tht 1t

!4 eirdl y0nr $jctflori fron'EigJodbqtis from P kmaV
really .as mucIntorceamongst.us; : a$ any becomes very impbrfahCiflits ma4e out that eTe'aany an inwntlyaipon 10JM* ; pyjko q1qbc'
other and lavof the teeth -- rr *' '- yw- }.-'TuTijv MjMtl! isi iHl %tN&M|;
may]bejMed the -common were bis. foreman;,of the.Ju.ry.: Tfte.CferK "Mr done
--I'. ; wrong to the victim of your cruelty _. fne da., ;Nortb rnjiflteTr
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Legislature shtfufo %sBelnon1vro.s! to ngreet1tQ', ifUST ,NDLE- -i .- --

r 'wyTtr .r'x'*- : '* .. < & .t, t Lotvr11.t -.- -
upon the uljeciand mpoiYjCtie| Governor,; PRLO7FANOYAND 'SPLEsitipen1offe !2***< 4 u.yI: 1&LS9 -- -

in the ejet x>l grfs f> jo/a a conTentioh -] ** #&, I ing at tha.beginning of the t .1rT'S I!

of : jox6n"s&Jie! question'Waif 1Ior a1 at.iio4erat p ues.e111tbIo1 r& ; $5soowoot1 250 'c ittf Young'ladwi divTl nunrejpf Hh*

I VcanniP-Ue-'Cvriif tlle rented*. k..reawctpy inTitO(1 b ai1za1iun t'PflIZESOE S2bO0.
.. hiherii for theni1vea. c't ,
tqditgree'wfthYt'1 no 'tQRiS KIEfl.aacksobfle'Feb188O.'if A4' -v---.y.
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rihoritifai thie partohh He $flUture to uppointdeleffttesi .s4 1oqftUVy'- '. ba. *;Ii course of study is dint :

'Oa frie siiu to'cot' to ; Tki Studia

.eonnett.thenwervwwithiM %5wir STTLLILATEIt. .. .? J( : c"Benefit -'Jfegrfolja;A cacTem
.j -' Anbro
-' R TH E ?i fis ClaiaD ta ctic. Q'4' tL.L -
.l:4tW.ab&U.etde: flifc-qKMUojrc >i ajif6rnia! 4.1&rgs L& k t'I rz ) ; j c n fpr *
a ue *sortmnt of -' i's. ; kq dtla-ReadTnSo kU o&
sViltabe admitted;and i the, tither. pb tionaof 1tiMME *V 't3 P t gS graphy, rmmmar tits
organizad %w! kI-V ,.. fl.4f I8O'bndefth..m2petiatondxd '' v&ronJ CAwt ArithmeUc
the.cterritory jgOTennneuta 1 HSwfcS482 /* ? otCtitmIss1otter
1 I Consisting of CpatSjftsts % ffiSLr: l $ UtCEas 'i ,. tary Botany, Jllderu lb..
proviao";&: i Pants, 4c. t Iwbr.! LII N 1 r-v / *4:: ;T.: Globes, Parrini; t

.. This letter of Air.-IliSiaH er}! /xmtik I ? l* il I ; \L3; t'a .tZp4ftll c United States, -WatU a
4 r ballot: : -
.isll M.-.eensible- ifrttftcti anil'iniiicateVjo A-rery large and.wegant aasortiaent -
of "fB' -
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.our..opinion,Exactly thi jtft 4rse that ought BOTSAJDES.For 4. s w p1/, t- C11$ 'f. *1r1c attPLEIfl SCHEMr.o Il:1: Juniur, u wu cru -4-
j.jii.r
i. Heavtus, Worcester's 1Istw )
bavp been- pursued; ''jUl t>nljrJ>jv the i.1'tt I 4f Imagndentopj1nf 100OO0 4s.s1 -
.10.
: atiJChildrtn.
Ladme,4.snlemev 3 ny,Parsing in the Pot WiAtS1'daily -
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t t p3indfd prizof--il .i
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eici of the slave
of
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State Alabama/tut by. AU the iclejjvtreeeiVeJ ; ;Zg ( ,) Composition j L- .

States. Mr. Milliard defiueji our position) t he Torr lowest 4ces-.c, ..for sale at -vl:ttj.sj 4f.Ol eti 1i-$4.gl: I at/ft!** ?- "iv .:iws -oooo 20,000 Senior Student' Geometry}

,f:xactly.;: ,vHe don't gp 4nt6'itie ..argument ?!& tf:4: KEEL *,l is I e Inn lT2IJIkickJtSJi LJ..t *? .-'"-W.. .. 13.00* P biiosopb7ajforuh< --"- C
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BM5 M" *mIlltltllll u PbLla.i
the leUcr wasnot written ftiithattpurpoi J!' iJr** 4U '11,556 TMIIS
bi1rt4 -
: *..ilJT'O i vUmltd and.cstabUthed reputation wheTyr, 1. dot. p 1tInoptiona1IE.7
'besid' it hasbeea the Notice. p' ,ooo T '
rguedy I !
: : kjstf I :do ( %rest Znnmber flze.) 2,000 S ,wpoiiqon, General R.vtajj

outh'eriitaesrnend 1aLharlyby teGovernu *>ETTER3 AtMHiistRATjON on th 2 l/v/-'Wn lHaln i e cy bas alon* sustain*!: "' ..rfSra o'f4": l *-* *>, /fioo -i ,;l ,RIca O7tTiIfv t-

of ForiJ; who 1iribe 1etti fUS-Estat4of John'tJeorgr-ZirarVJdeceased; f l fortuaat..Tifirii of hereditary dis.ss with do' 'tt'i *Department, .' f&ont'1"3
) bas t heeq, hftvinfcbwngranted to tha>uWiber bytho.tlou \ JfW11"; : boa'half carious, hu io'S ft??" 1 1i 65 hi zd j. ct -. ">* t.; j'x 200 First Clau_. J '-'perm' 4 i iiuuwo 1 &. 4.4econdCg' OG
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Judgtofprobate for Monroe Illitfi ? 5r" crotulou. covered teSSf t40 *** 'ft.: i"i.. 1CB S S1 4 1'H
owty, ::1a.-.aI1 ii' pall.nt, with J& tvs -
; i ,,
answcreE 'J
anI be
s K
cannot
,
clpar.as twup rios having claims ((1 !?M M nu tt tyS 5W 4,81O ,, do. -
agayist said Estate are'.requttted atj ha. bezr ad* whol,. Hundred f" 0 JS un1or6tadi, 4 ', -
ifd c I sive SIL ustratiofl.- topreneht same;ja oprding'to:lawyer \' hopjlessly.for! year under titaneoua and'fiahdulwa !!1-?' .T.H S < 27.040 r 40 enior Studiep r .1

We coiratut', epre8e the lame-Will be-barred. *._ vSvv ,2P f .and naflroer; compIaJaW>prngiflg! from a &angejsj.n ot.nsecreuv.: Ticheg $4O111alY$20-4terteri 410,.... on iano '" *" ": F' liNt 2S 00
and the tirtnlatlot oraji.s U eeofjnsttuntenjo"cs"
'toftire froinJthVdirtr.ttinpriiJliattfigr taken ; hav been raised a. lwer. from the Eighths 85. '; '

the right groundIn thiS'hialtli!. His friends ,2in -4. I: With regenr.td oonsUtnti6n.ril.dIy testify to th0 .ocacfo flck'bt4d. hoW, Price of- '-certic&tes of jTackages.ltn ttJaSov* D Wax rswingan4Palatfrgt Vt orkand !! "

->Wiil63tain hiIII ii it: i tj. II breparatWDv Th*.teiUnoay of tbos* who T* been enrtdbr jtg IMaguificen't Sobew*;as foUows t,*"t EinlwoWervtfMuilL-' 1000
rsdnces, ha. beea pubUhd nse, tti.i A certificate French.'fi-panish.andlUlialiljCi; sJOCtf
4is ? S\ttOy.. fromjtim-M tifMrattVttrfl' a' package'of 28 whole.
< : of.th* most *!? .'* ds1rsb tickets It win be perceired that
: overwhelming.$.tlmqn) eot ,5o'00 f SWpirUmtft'highest
&' bru&ht ferr -
a
t1 NEGE.Q MAN his
( who nmei
.C4ESARftfld that say* Clu.ivelj 1t iUmbl. value 1II. fl1ct.I, sail I" cDe'di-; n.d (v ,2flbs1eg1250th price that eaa b* ehaSNs d> for MtSr?
t hab La Johnifl i tboisiurq bar.
lonp .
medicine act .4 e Uterary.iud -
ij Po &isndo-an.1t
'P'L at. Iflvited t isaks a trhLtLt lrtsssi4 dV- '85 123 00 ,
< quarters
anderaouf
1)uvi1.
Fla. sppp'i. 11
County aged --i. II th e Ancient
Pt1R7 OF.JACKSONVIL APRL 13. is bInSItSWh1ChIIIOSUJb.OW. .1.-9?( e,ights. -J"SL 4 about 5 feet 6 jnahesugh. c :1 wa i-4 ; ( JWI ] ? ? The .Institution will ba inl'"wth> ;
: csftifiea'te'of Caealeal
,. : : Thowferwjn1ege come forward,POt.fiv tove t -.. 11 '.CANOEROU .. -:- t.4k..i- Kjrj" f A a package 'of. wholes will entitle a nd beep seal AparatmIlI ;'iwell
the
ar awrUd
rUj rtyyjallchargei &o swo1' --) Ut.CEI CLJrtEDOF.EVEN YEARS) bolder to'all over #442 nett that may bo drawn C laaiLcl 1-Iistorica4l
e ko
STANDfp1Q. aadMj&fc&
4. '- ENTERED.4 a Tbi'ure the 0 fl.c tt'bi' 1eo' tnJuly 1844 Jby twefity-ix ticket named thorenJ Certi
;
JJ1" ** vr-KE'C'"n ,%. :: ; there bays tten no synrjawiirorlg N. JB. Vocal Music tat id aQ th
April IS.-Sch. II. fft"libbert3. Llte: ,. .;I atorColumbia] County.j tESFt-* I I *d ,0:1. 4 ,, ; I rMig; tIon4-ficates ojCbalveSjr quarters*' ,.and eighths,,in propor-> 'without chaise. let 4 pvptb

Charleston : 'Alligator,'April 4,1350.'' tf ; Msasrs. sauna:-GenU.m..I 'VNtW j WiMimi .' y/y ;; .'ifi 11a Oue-liaIfUrjtJ of-tuitkn.IAesidw44dn.i la
1 I followin1 uicts In reuireucs to Lbs eon.ider great bsnett It but I aa av.set oLztice; !? *tt to atUw) ,ThU: splendid scheme i\->ne oVth most attraetlv advance, or the irholo at the 44le i of the $ rm. :
:4 I n --- 55r4 m
:- CLEARED. -- t: ft- -i i \tJK< f t.z f .44 the cur ,of an..pbWAMIWU ever drawn in the ..United Mates,, and'well JScholar* from abroad canVtftia boar4ithr. &
I -
April 10.-Sch. Brooivils, Limbosoln, Brought_I4,. : to if4 Jail. adsic.was anit attended counsel eIghte' of 'months by a reuIaz and skilfuphyj, wOjrtbjr of the attention of adventurers, '..The lowf U private laartLitt -
one of est that '
? t if f* our moit ibis and szp.rlenc. prize can be drawn by a ticket *
.._. having On -
Sussex. ,| A NEGRO HAN,.who sayshis came is I I t- u u.ut niuucYor. AUthei'arjoiimethof treating canew IatgeUB* HIV it) tee of the'drawn numbers, is 2000. -- -

t' April 11"!- .Brig Harrie jilitchell, East Frank You.of;, and fearuwell that be District belongs, S.to C.THOMAS He is j I :m:1 for ar for*six wik 11 was< in daily uccssioa syringed'my with breast a weak wa solution burned with of nitric eausttothree.eid.wr and*time resorted* ad.y.and tor.-: -a ,,Order, for tickets and shares and certificates o -1-- '

IlftllJam. 7 I ii kg-ed about 30 years and is about 5 feet 10 I T : internal-ulcer was so large that U held over an ounc of the iontjo the The carity or packages in the above magnificent scheme will bii, 4p
probed the doctor
*.iApril 15.<-Brig Emi1yison j N. Y. inches : four of his front teeth are missing.r If! I to the lungs ulcer, and and if I did examined not the bone, and mid th*'discas* was *dVkflCtflgrpi4jy* promptly attended to, and an account of the drawing S4B. 'ILMAS_, a.
I get speedy rlif by medicine will be sent -
or an operation immediately after it fa over to all D.UM4ys. ;
would b .fatal. use .
.. WILLIAM I was advised result
GRQTHE to hare
the '
breast laid who
-1 and the order ticket
open from
but bones may ns. February 14 1850.
examined .
finding no relief from what had been done ; t Trustu&'V
1 Jailor ofiDuval and feeling I .
Cfici Coun1g.F1a. : I almost despaired of was rsjidly getting worse Address. J, & U.ilAURY, Agents.
Jacksonville Store. recovery and considered '
p' March 21. 1S50.s tf -' il Seeing various testimonial and my cas nearly hoteUsa., .JIarch ?, 1850.. .Alexandria, Va.Alachna i.--- 4
certificate of : y
V-* i :,1 cur by the use ol Sines* 'olEMAiNING'intb .
I I in cases similar to my own, I concluded Snuri'titti : _, : n --
bI to
-' 's i try a few bottles : r
V. LEDIVITH'S BRICjUILDING] : Jwtr* used, but, from the long deep-seated character of ,several which Pa44 $
disease County Tax.Collector' .
,
Mntnal'jjife Insurance. my produced Sal
,. ::1 decided change. Considering this a* the no very jilie Florida '
Boy Strc si ; 4. __ :t until the disease only probable cure for my sai'. I persevered ;. March 3t185O 1-
.. ., .. was entirely cured. *>It is BOW over"eleven' 1<1
.i. v* ffA1CEKCT- month w- m A.
in- \ li was completed; there i. not the the curs VIRTUE authority in :
.fTUIB-SUBSQIlIBER woufy respect fall/ slIghtest appearance-of me by law vest-- ;
BY
OF THEL1f.1inrancs
JL- form the oitizeus of .Jcf;: aivilUiWid surrounding ::1 ..ce,.iydf WiLL, and the cur. .4i.nl efficudy SAitps' Sssrsu.ai, ed'I shall expose' for sale,'in front of the Albrittan, Noah S Jen4qg iii ygaateJ 1TJPJ
,
country. that tie vj4gd the above ostablishn > company, : 'a Flute tA. .? ./y uw amvig int ltM'was *ngit, nor hm. / taJn ay fitui.-u Iz.4.' court-house door, in the town of Newnansvill*,on A costa, William $$1' -iX

>entwitu Iliinhlmak.: : ..' Your(leu's valuable* this long-deferred acknowledgment, which I think It my duty to t:' Monday- first day of July; A.D.. 1850, so Allen, Mrs Ann K1na .
Sarsaparilla Alton
,rotes, belierjng that a 'aii4! penny is better ,t. -3. : I-L. -I- .. .1 al when nothing else could and I feel cured ins.with the blessipi of Dirin* Froridenc,, ; much of the land owned by the following named SP-3 i'- -
<*hao a slow eailliog." He. hK received, and is r. .. .- ,MORRISFRAKKJJN,' .: t n ;. a. say many thing. I cannot; write and myself I do most under lasting obligatloa to you. 1 can perrons.vi: : :"'"'' -- SPEMCKK-S*'BENEDICT/VWePr4 dtq bar* been,< call .dt respectfully mvit* ladies afflicted as I So tnttcavoftha lan Andrea, Mis*Catsimlra
eflftitaMtly receivingthe Uo'ai *vsHio' AeLtandijiTtar >' .: I o upon ro., will sJUsfy th.na fully of to* truth as .
stawd
.- and abov Ii.
STVLE "of i aury al$ Staple Airy L1YFaEMAM-.4CtIISry. ; many other thing, refsrcnce to th* C$SS. do Grant; and part of a tract of land ,known a/ : %
Good, to wit- AuTounf; ; Ettn'ds'llajble! foroa J $ O3 SI I .ml NANCV J. MII.LER'J18' fcevy'.TO.COO'acr"tract, levied upon.. as the Barrow,Ethelded LIM4rtba-frsi i ,
lialj.of P eiuiujaa abbvo-inVestments .5,937,167 3 f -s -,- erty of.iVto'sea C cropI I brown, Jno P* hs-n.-;; 7 a
J and
and American rL1 Ginghams : I r' : ; ;ai 3; aFt ; Levy oth; landi'deslgna-, !
Knglish ; .. LIVER JOMPLAINT. tedoaiJavif.i >? Brown, WmL< Me4sJIfriEA' UN.J
d 1 i n'' ei'j &' ,. ,. -
L0 J'1?
Wh'iie ami Coloi-'J Muslin ( :: Th following i. : -a 1 Brown Geo L
Chambraye; ; 'i fAr3fo6tJ Daily'Aitvtniier, March 17, '47. h ffl 1 III aa'"extract from a"teller' received" from Rev. Wjlllim dalu li :.- So much of a 6,000 acre; tract of.land! known' taker! ,,Isaac D < MIW MoSjMsa W.Jane .

Embroidered MushnsJ Lmeft [.awns; -* LiFE"I sCiiANCEi1 A practical iHustration'v6fJJia iwi.) : ltel5Ts.'S&nta4 hat beenamicud with St&iifi, r/, Oel. 23, IMS, as the Atkinson and-ClarkJjrrant, lying between 3iggs, Chas L- D F ,

< Silk Tissue and Bareze; L.iCXSiandkerc&iefc; Iwnefiu of.Life .Insurance has recently"beeni'unrahadiin fl by a diseased liver, for the last a sever pain in my tide, occasioned' ii Newnansville and A'antafee river, and supposed to' I 3ronoa-'F F -McIer4iIJu M4i.Mes
Haftdkercne! *. t 1 ;''j not twenty year ; suffering at times.what language.can !- belong.'John MBerrien: also so nine 'of the -
Cotton <
Silk.and ; this city, in the case of our lamented convey; but sine uJUng your Sarsapanlla I have been I I the'-esfate b.L. Bryant, John L i u Mojd.e,Joha--- ? i
Cotton Gloves: Lisle, Spun Sijk and Silk Do. fojlow months. being
I (
i in good health some time last he wholly discarded all other medicine, and 3 ryan,William.aarnardrJ MLMU ftit
White and Colored Hose; i : year, effected : Sariiparillawhich I can thoroughly tried lbs ;- and.lying near Paine' prairie also so ,
an insurance on his life of 5fX)0) In "the New- I recommend in truth and sincerity to all those..who.ar I ; Cooper If
.1 ?.. Half-lio.4 r $ ; : any way afflicted with any species of scrofulous *in mitch of the fend owned, or formerly represented I Mcfji, Alex.
; conrplaints. There
York Life Insurance" have been I Blair Thomas
N.r
Company the I remarkabl some I ;
(formerly I cur effected 4r
*
Brown and Sheeiii! Nautilus bottles by iu use ia this vicinity< Mr. I. Shaw, by th* ass of six I by S.D, or D. S. Corbitt, being part of a tract of d John
Shirtings ; ,) of which JMr. James M. Mundon is I'p :S was restored to better health that the nmd before : I land known tract'also ray, NortbIJobn 1' -
as Levy's 30,000 i
.Bleached <; agent in this city. Mr. Test.diod : Mrs. W.Stevens,who bad bstt enjoyed for lea years; and acre see Bender, R H NooAnDanie1-3 .,. |
.C very suddenly, severely afflicted with -
II Erysipclu tion 2 19 section
was entirely cured township Jlrange It,
ft
ii by the as of townshij f
few
and the othei the qj a bottles. Bailey, Charfe T t P.'
day amoont/ffor which his life Yours I -
lush Linens; Silk Cravats olorcJ Do.; truly, WM. 6ALU8HA. 10, .ranee 20, section fl., to\vnship 11, range 2K,
Table Damasks; Scotch Dtaj&rj"Swiss was insured,his'five thousand Mr dollars, was promptly' : I r:1: CURE OF.-A SCROFULOUS I I section 12, township, .range 21, levied upon as Narrows her, Sarah.F I Praifty, :Jas Tho LPeaci "--
'paid over to family by ; Mundon .-- AFFECTION OF THE-EYES. the property of Isaac Frost; also section 16, township ," k, M-6
:
.
and Cambric Muslinsj i ., I C. .
** This circumstance requires no comment from ns ti' I :: Messrs..SANDS Gentlemen- .... Snt\KfttenR.l., Octo .r 11, \847., 10, range 20, section 6, township 9,'range'19. PeitJGecrg B,' ,
Bored Do. Do. to give it due force .It to bead of : My little daughter, when one t ld I piett"WniiamIrayton -3 I 1' 't fcf
: Striped ; % peaks every afini1y r with a scrofulous humor on her face, which soon after year > was attacked I section 6, township9,range 19, levied upon as the ParsLpA -
Colored Berlin wJ-S -in a voice that cannot be misunderstood, almost total blindness extended lute i.r syescausin of Vaj-.Thorn trustee also John I
White and in much
i ; end should net disobeyed The advantages of I two physicians in attend one of them, and slsigurlng her whol fac I espoie I II property ;. so o! 'aut5 Mrs M I ParsiiA MLII MD 1

Trimings, of every descrijiui!; the"system, its beneficcnt'-'and happy results, will Iii it u.U proved useless, and her who elbansted their Utmost ibiD to give hem relief, but I the land, being part o!tLS Arr doado erant.onii.i? ox.EenjCCiffiB.Nath U.S..13
inally
Extracts ; on. of theia remarked so ni, that be bad known by Mary FLewislwife of John 11. Lewis, anr1 Icb&sen
Colorde Frehch ; suggest themselves to the mind of every reader; IIH :: some. ,triin Cures eftected by $AND $ of ? lames-fl. -
arpiriilaad advised me 10 it. I returned !by Georg4 M. Payne, agent for John 1 .
try ob
ta1nedonebonlewb MIMMaryA
Pearl[ Gilt, and Bone ButteCoat's and we trust induce him to."go and do likewise"Certain ; 'I COIuwencedusingmn4befor.wu '' _
of sale '
effected ilta
allusedupisbad Lewis sections out
: an entue Ii pointed on day / MeJ
Lnd Lee's Spool Ccltl.Mosquito : it is, that no prifdent man,,who' has a II I I -been no reappearance cure.of thVdisea2, and four years sine. sha was cured. and there has muck of'the land, being part of th.Arre'%. 'o' romwsUNath"isleyThos Rad1fiu Elsa DO '
,
I tti&s
Netting; (i : lect family for dependent a day the insurance ppon liim of foe his support 111.7 ;,will neg tI fli l sirnilir gives Compis.iat.me great pleasure to hId that I can =533S6 luferer is a perfect from cure.any; tI Grant, owned.by;th* heir*. of Nathaniel i ells; ;arterLviH.rysler Ufir 4Tosenh L i: -.
Respectfully sections pointed out on day of sale also e v
Gimps andEJginJ RO1N3ON. ; ; .muo Chas If 'RogW I.
.Fringe, | ; > .f>:-.. ..>,.'...;>-... IfS-< il -r ,tt. *V of the land, being, part of the ArredondGra. Jaldweli thomisrVC F".4g
; With every variety of Gxjl jl !jusually kept in .Annual Jlates qflnsur ,zceof One* Hundred nmrtzmD AD SOLD, WUOLXUU AND KrrirLyTv ?'" owned 'by -Henri" Marquand, sections-yoiat.su ;D 1LOtr45J 4' S. -

the Dry Goods Store. Pewno|wishing to purcham Dollar on a Single Life. I Iii ? A. B.* fe D. SANDS DRUGGISTS out on day of.sale-as will pay for the Statu. an Jon tin,Robert'> ,, SiJimei If '
will do-well to call aucl imiiie for them .. 1' hi AND Cuiuisxa, County tax of Alachua county for thyear 1&19, stehe.-wmH b -7. '
selves. J i 100 FOI.TON-ST.. coaiik Witiun, Ksw.Yoac. with the 1, a :
together attending on .said
expense .
i i > W i-i' I j I Sold also -t- E.Hlfworth :
... ,- wiLLiA Ut ;DE\VEES. u a Druggists generally throiigboufth1 United State and Caaadai. sale. 4- William nirI*.. 'A m -

April 18, 1850. if ay a'a li1 MI r 1i I JV 1 ft ..FriCe.$1pcrDott1.sjzBUesfor**, .. -. $>. v '. JOEL B. SMITH, 311is, J/rs Turner M | | et3iI'Ellis ,

r ? .&; tr s.-s-.zs asX I *i "" ?* Tax Assessor and Collector of Alachua Co. ;John-r-2 8awL$. horgs ri 4.

)anumaiid U1cc'Stn4 *14(1.; Jan.S-tf F. Stet lame

I Lajico* Bonnets; .flourimrning3; Farrell, Frank C StarfC Tbomsa :
of a. "n s. .0 i'oster, Wni3 & 1itW 1 < iW
Stationery every A general assortment of ''jiats and Shoes. -1. :For Sale Jacksonville by J. FORMANl:, .- Madison Male. Academy /airfield, Stephen Bilood SAdffl OJ* Mise Befls '
'
Just received auj for akaireJ4i
store of \4 t4 thWEEs:; 11 72 t, I ,J 1 1 o i ., ut In the Circuit"Court Stat.oF1or1d.s Oa-ral THE Exercise of till Institution wr ?inleyJohaP 1*j f*T.5 wTraAiij6d ;
,
Api'I1s: '1.5 77' 83. I'56 42 1 85 1 89 S 40 : ; County on the Second Monday rf January Fast ern!], Wmlemjng .nT-??> '- -
:1-r
: 16' M..90 162-.431.S9; 192 351 JZASTERN CIRCUIT'OF FLORIDA. tIN ariah "s' Z under the superintendence and direction of ,.Wmvr w .' m.r om.LaieI-2-_ I

nad-lnartcr, FonrtU r tils nde F,. M.; 17. 869l 165 44 190 19.1 3 jnas King, deo'd vvwpr&,, Mr. B Z. GAIJL EN. late graduate of Mr. of Columbia a M 113rseuPitrck .. ,
From
.LIj' College. a knowledge Uaoldea't ; Tuc1iw Joh j-4- -
.g. M.04'1am1 -
PlLlTKA JIarc516,185O. 89 92 1.69 45 f 91 1 96 CIIANCKUT. .
S 73
*
Teacher derived from experience -
,
capacity as a Alex TayT
,
? L:BurrittAtt'y in fact and r 3pJeofiGeoSL
19_ 9O : 94 173 46 192 i9:3'87 ;rAlY ROiLS, by her next friend, "
ORDER No. I.LN : Agent of Elizabeth Skelton and Bill inChancery and trial during the quarter of the last year just 2kytMrsAsiHeigerHenry -
20.91 93 177 47 193 199'401 .
vs.TTPON well as from the moat ample and satisfactory T
c closed as Jam
ELECTION is herebere1 to h held] 21 92 97 1 82 4 I 94 2 02 4 17 BacJAMmW Roituss.- Administrator/ ,Mary, Cartls, : teslimoaiah of.former success,, the Trustees M **: *
1W. ;
V 'at the several election>-'j iccincts! in the dec'd, and Arthur Af. Reed, administrator
> 'I'.9.t93 1& 491 204 449971O3
Couhtfr-s of Dnval and Nassas ojf ijhe first Monday .reading and filing the Bill of Complaint of John Fraser, de- of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend (latch;James L-2 Woof'ard, Etheldredr2jraham
193. 50' 1-962O9460 J filed in this cause and proof of the residence it to the consideration of parents and guardians iluddell\Vm P-2tiuffingbam Mrs G
II. of Wcdjn
ceased, and Philip Yonge
t>f May next, for a Colonel of'rnent : Twelfth[ Kegi- 24 99 107 193 '51197220 475 those their lfrs ; -4-
of under
of the eaid Defendant beyond this Circuit, the State of Georgia, and Thomas who may-be desirous placing Mrs M WaLcev, ft
of Florida Militia, to Cr'ioned a vacancy occa- 2> ItW 1 12 2 Q4i,5l2 02 2374 ? It it Ordered That take on the ul; situation offering- inducements of dheal&fullncsa Ebeneser WeUiAadrsw A
a hearing place Napier, of the State of New darruiffton,
by the resignation of t4 John 31. Pous. "f'Zff-io7"rir an *63 210 259 524 facts and allegations set forth in said Bill on the .York, Executor,of John Fraser, 'location..and high moral and intellectual Hart, Henry I Wel AJfTS4Aughes
."Also; for a Lieutenant oIb1fkhe same llegi.ty 21tI2* 12T"217 *542H289 549J120 24th day of March 'nezt: and that a copy of! deo'd defendants. culture inferior to no other in Lbs Ktnthern H ,Sarah WefldWsn 1ewett
'bent, to fill tha vacancy occqTI i the resig.I i23; 221 59232 3 21*>C'7U this Order published for the-space'of three country. Students may be- prepared at tb.L- H ,-Demetrius Wfl'Iobn B. -

nation of Lieut, Cot .t.. D. 1'ijcMajor'oTthe Also, I 29- 4 23 fl 35 .231, 'JXFZ'ft:* 56, 6S>530.tf i.uouthsprevious thereto. IT appearing to me by affidavit that Philip H. Academy to enter, any College in the United Homes, Thomas WazIeu.lohn w r.

same Regimen' 4 III the vacancy 131 ,1.36 .2 35 512.7O 4 20 62781 THO.DOUGLASJudge, fco. I opge. executor, defendant in the bill filed States. / Unrcans, D Wil4 Truman A .
vccaslened by the remotal -(ifS 'lajor Nathan L 132 142 243 5..3L4 4SU660 A true copy : *" a. -" in the above cause residesout of .the.State ofFlorida' The strictest attention? will he paid to the moral Hill, Frank E Whit. JamsKJL -

.Norton from command. V'election' i-jpectbrsof .. 32 1 JB I 40V253 69 >37 .4 6316 75 S. TAT. BA ETT. Clerk, and the Seal of said to wit, Ita the State of Georgia, and that deportment of the students, both- by the Trustees. I larrowsr.LB WJuifewton Ward
held at the variotiaCoqnties icrocts in'eaid '33 1 34 14i: 2 6760 4 35"4 81 '. 7.00 Court. the laid Thomas Napier, executor, SO/ralso rfr-: and the Teacher/: The Academy fa located within J. wI jyniR?

in October'last, atrL %C'C)7 appointed L ,34 TS3' 1 50 264 61 4 5J 503 725 February 23,1800. 3m si des out of the4 State of Florida, to wit, in the the immediate vicinity of the village of Madison Johnston. Edw J. WhieE

Inspectors of the election herebjtnak ordered,aad will 35 L3tfU.55 273 62'i'471 529 '7.55 ; S tate of New York: sIt Conrt-Honse, in or near which: good boarding Jon sJaek-2 WeyMrs E -
*returns of the'same accQf1gto law 36 y S91 57 2 SI. iu63'>4 905 50 7l7i.1.43463.29W 85 it ordered,*That said defendant Appear and ba obtained on most reasonable terms. The
M'd'C.-" [JOPKINSf. 61.5.09 571 815 In the Circuit Court : inswer the said bill within four months>from the may scholastic will be divided Into two sessions of Persons applying for Ltterii t|* abov* List.

'. .- .., iJrig Oe.4\ Commanding."In ..31f431703.05 6553459955. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. irst publication of this' order' ; Otherwis* It shall be five months year each. The first session commenced will please say they are advr4W'* "] .0; they may a-

April 13,1330. I 29 157 1 76 3 11 66 6'59 627 8 95 "? -. ;ken pro etmfeuo. '- p ic on the'scondMonda in January last, and will u ogatthem.4.RzBu1'4 ; .
v 40 169.183 30 67J")') -/ftsfurtA.r ordered.That a copy of this order end before the second Monday in une. The aeoood 91afrr.4pril1,185O -
.. INi cI.4t.Eny. it published in- some newspaper printed .in th* } :
7* & to cbnimenc* on the second Monday July, :
tJircuit X'r'EASTERN J. McROBKH'JVBAKEK, Agent. MAZY JloLLui., by her neit friend, Eastern Circuit of the ,State .of Florida-onoe a and end on Friday before the second Mendajr m

CIRCUIT <*F\FLQRIDA.\ 41. HOLLAND, M. D., -' ri.n..BKHJAMIN week for four months. >,> -* i ,< December,thus allowing,a short vacation at the -

., B.OI.Lfl.U d THOMAS DOUGLAS, Students will be te
session.
required
COUNTY OF DuvA ,-. j lit ACZRT. j: Medical Examiner..Jacksonville end of each -
: PON reading the foregoing and the affidavit S Judge 4'e pay half the tuition for session in' advance; and
Elicabeth Callaban,. ; I ,)larch 23, 1850. ly, balance at the end of the aesalon.S '' -
] of Peter Sparkman, which accompanies the Thrttc.1&DAEtR; Compfti. Sotct'nJf* the .
-. v*. .i I Bill for .Divorce. V-T-. ; i i. sameron motion of James A. Peden, Esq., 'Jacksonville. Nov. 24th.1849.-deol3-lm'> ziiui- well knowD 4-- has o; ? 4 tJ

.A1.zs.ndcrCailiban. ml : DYING AND SCOURING;, It tt Ordered;'1'btt the time for hearing the: ', ; -- -. \ -P. t .--S ..f .-.- RATES OF TC1T10K. late undergone tbtojis oih repairs,an4T.eom

-appearing to the s.tistbiof the Court a f' ? above cause be enlarged a. moved,' aM-the] ----- "_- ->- -*11 -< -,'* 1= -rjiirt Orthography, Reading, and Penmanship I flOW reopened for th.pti.a o -
by affivit fled th&t th tIetendant.iu tb ESTAJ1'L'1SIIMP4NT5 Term Nassau County.Tax Collector' Sal*. ) .' 3'10 t ; r
I'a same be set down forheariag at the next ofj : per session, pmy -Pt-it -if** lTh
.b.v. ut1tIed reeldel pitt, f the ef oft am =,v. f-- -The well earned repatai *$ h this house
cauie tate op NO..73 YORK 8TREET- the Circuit Court to be bolden for the Counties 3'j :r ArithmeticGeography,English Grammar.JHistory -
Florida, and beyond the iurisdiijtiou of this Court,' 7 REABfs.tFfTHE; COURT'.HOUSE Alachua Levy.instead of the ,24th day of BY- virtu of my office,4.will expose for tale; Composition, and Elocution; ill 00 has acquired, It Is the intention jjpjf de present pro-
i therefore, on motion of eaidi''vrnplainant, by; :< ,) March next, as before ordered.THO.43OUGCAS. front of th* Court,House door of Nassau Algebra, Geometry | p tieUttGeUStnifl.' 'i-I : '. -, :,. ,

Janes '.V. Bryant, Esq., herroli itor, "SAVANNAH. GEO. Judge, &c. County'on flrst\Monday. in Juno next, so Trigonometry, ansuratiou'ofiIfases/ Every accommodstiouwil1od. exUnded to

*>.4'It it Ordered, That said Dejeadant appear and % '>-.', >.. 6 *-,.f2if At Chambers, January 9th, I860. much of the land owned by the heirs of WaterS Do. .of Solids, Surveying-.Uavigation-...j.t guests Invalids, traveller, af.j others, will And
*.afaswer the Hill of Complaint 6f njd Complainant 'xALEXAIDERPALL9-WAY- :man a* will pay the State tax due thereon ,:Conk Sections, Differential and Integral- hia house desirable: It is.itu4 t Utiug the south

1 within three months, or the In fl>e Mil fa* taken as i ir A true copy ;Clerk| i-< year 1849-tax, $65 68U. -togeUier,will all neessary *- Oalenlns,4 Natural and Moral Philosophy,' with dark piazzas, 175 feet lot, ,.with court yard
the Seal of said
r 'eonfessrd against him. F*I f tt, i K TU4R; S lila thanks to his friends for the S.. W.* BAHETT. '.,' ,-i and'.*--'' 'n expenses attending said.ale,.I,921 acreI Astronomy, Chemistry, Botany, Miner- in trout,and protected from no;W aM winds -Tho

It itfwrthtr Ordtred, That bopV of this Orderdttlyoertiflodty ,- faiqrsehu'tcceivc&since he"commenced Court. f, ? of third-rate J.j.boeudariqunknOWfl.,,. alogy, Geology, thetoricLogo, El.-. rooms are eligibly, situated latoeiind- airy, the
'-- the Uerk of thi/ Court ba publUhed business ia;thla pity in 1832, an&Xuld state to his Feb.291850.- -, ia 8mState. 1! i county, and mentsf.LCrlticism, .Natural eo1og' r- building fixtures,&o.,being nef Th* House,buUtof

Vis. in some newspaper prfctefl wjthia the.bast- friends,and the public generally,,that daring his wffse&sssf (111I&m ;! gf 'v1dences of Chtlstianlty, and Political wood,is lathed and plastered* is.1 1 In a word, it'ar

*:'era Cip it of Florida once W uk) consecutively late visit to London and Sco&Jaudhe has acquired f Florida i COU)7! """'"' "eiri Qj -EconprnX :' -.l i s built 4xpessl fIP.t5e% purpO4i4 .' -
various Improvements connected with "TSaujgoqqjili 20S With the advantaesmbIfled, the
tot three months. Id-( 1 Ancient many pre.tent
a. DQtfdLAS a CIRCUIT COURT IN CHANCERY \ :' and TaxC.Qll THO. .
"a. Judge. .DYIJANq. LEAna( 3anIeMurtye i ';': -f T 1NtusssCounty- Feb l .lSfr' .mCol : '--__ tronizing the housa that' her e!: $ will' b ,Jo

'V'LtwnFLEirjiS, ; Cleft j of *aitd' Court, doD which el'rnsU wlli'VnabUfum.to'givd general -' ;' BiilJ'yoa.Divokci; v BUNT1.NU- pl eas!. Very respeetA ly; -

1 .reby certify the above to! be,1 a true copy of a a. satisfaction, .to all.who majf ,pleaie'* to favor him. Sujan'I rraV.'S u f ,bl.. 7.,TaXUCfOr'S1 id1; $;.LTIIOMAS- -. TllE
a-
Order made and entered of feeord fa said ; ''IW'Bm Complaint ** IT' j-% t4 s'
entitled ,, irfPON reading &U151ing n .5T.LEGe.ILlTtI, 0414.20, 1 .
cafase in said Court, on the 13th J L. Ladies' silk and woolen .Dresses, Shawl*, Jtc.,' !_/ .: in this; cause,1 and upon reading the li'me"l' >y 1950.. 149mi : : -

;. ; 414of4pril V cleaned and dyed Various colon, so as to give good affidavit ttf the Solicitor for the Complainantthatth ,Iaw, I sha31expoeeor uieInfrotbfth e February. ( q4cKQj&Lc;

P'IN'WIT5E35 set featisfaction. Table Covers -dyed.'as said Pefendant reside in th State of Georgia, C ort Hones 4oor' In 'thi of Alhgato ) on : ; -.i.4

., .'tcLIny.ban4. and afiith o lSeal of .ai '
::4 Cort. % thp/ioie good f.M-formerlylKj as not to be thefhet* cbarge4 the1nat the Court-House-In .eribed 5rop J.o7ttthereof;*mvvtha !

; .i LEWIS.. PLfIdlerk, Mpa18efLby; ;sal'4pposU'Nottl .o de&:as tl Codntj ofN &uOn' 'enesditb..22d1; Btat* and coanU'taxydu thereotr-/olr th*. :Mii. ; URL9.tPdIkP4 : : .! '. V

may be required. Ladies' bonnets dye4 pltck, daofMsy nezt.' -- i- y ears 1847, 1SIS, f4)8pmn4itbe nWessar>.*x.Bluney. P1II1CU'AL. -nHHfi: ab.ertbare L&,1Ott&ke*. a leat- of
t v 4 r.: w 3i eleanedv and pressed in a raperior tyle, Ladies'and.GeaUemen'i dud itufus1h &derd; mt s eopy of this 1 15rer 1 icret 5OOflats1an4,1yIu : tloi.M _, e JL .tie Hotel formerly ocsupil&by Mr WOOD
,
.Aprii1Si.85O. iii.- r ,Kid :Gloves cleaned after the be published In some jaewroaper"printed In iiea g51to1' rF1-oi' tb
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-.. tie Irthl'Dttnot : ::1rsUrkrrIoNun4r' itf14t respectfully solicit a eontianatMn of the extended
before
u least'threVmpnthr :
mom latuoa.utf.- fof at
NOTICI. 1 sjproveai.jonaon .Mn..IlAKTS9f- which has hitherto tften bestowed apothi 1
4copartnership : .g'h.tod wai I patnmag .
-4- faff. urtort Ktiff fitrf Kaj for .aid2244yOfMY1t frAlGHT ., for e-rseeptloit oPupll.l Oath*'second >well known estabnabJiantf JA order th* better .
&elitoftr'existingba. the at> t bli.hujeD.t. and.will attend the : T1iO.DOUG1.A.Siudge.o. I .'.- merit it hav enla td and thoroughly
-e ,.. I oY je 4 'I % jnanuarija8t, ; r V 'j- to they $ I
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the nnd ttf f PsiaIN Solicitor f t p1bta4t.1 1 1't'No'cniber < onay -
Jwfeen rsign flj -the conduct i reeeption and delivery of work.JJB Jacksonville and ( Mrs. HarUon's repaired tha building, and dopted. paBjImprovemehts :t
df Mr.fana ; *
County.
Columbia ttdwledgs ,
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Jacksonville Hotel.f finder 'the1 'pame, the surrounding coontryi- Terms aoderate.Clarch 22 j319. I cl and CiftCtOY, From a as' well.. fro* the mol .to promot*.the befwh and opfort of 4 1Ia
'%rm:and *tyje< >f "BuffingtoVi: Cox," 1s tb f 21; .IboO.- >. >?,.'> tI., 8mi u> 4 $' :-1'i -.O44- ; I superior qualification lActory wsUmoalaU, *f kbeiir-fo/a er. their gneata ".The old>Mendjitf ih BOOM jrill
tit and s
day dissolved1 by mutual>Jri ntl' .The1 bnsinesi. -. [ample the tabl*will
I- it&n.ad1'antag2ta(
Ijap CIfl( diptoac certainly deem -
C1.gi'a Qwi .R'IW' Trnstew, ofi,this .Seminary *
will I succesS, th
eontQmeHatconducted f
FlNGTONi wheis alone auOi by,rit SAMCELBUPM d to collect thTebt ealid&nsa ; I, C. C; 'BeaentClerkeftbe jCircnlHCourtfo 1 iw1i the.opportrjpjty of reopmm ndiog it to tkeeoasideratloa -' Hostess b* under,by the whoaid tnperlaend they nc flaMr ff.aa ibctnadre xpriend*they

of tbe late firm, and Wwwa.o) attend tot II tf' J-u-e' .. .. the'O' nty of Nassau, d6 herebyertify. qtI of Barents tend, guardian*,,who wards as.y-b.a thorough doir '- shall not be rivalled, by.any. ft>tJ ia taSouO -p 1 1a
or
Ah* Mtilame- oftheirjoinI auttaitth5.gsocouetai TIT PURSUANCE- > Deere f' theCircuit the above Is'a true copy of th* original Order; uirifil us.-fltgiTing their daughters enabled,by the consianlsUam.commu
I lil l Court.pf tJohl'. C ? -I" ir hi 7 .itila, :dfl t& : and sipfiDeii educaUourf; .art ,- > being BOW
,,;8AMUEI, ;BUJINUON' Ja.: !' the 5Iynt4tth.1as1oyembecegn. the in my offio*: Hrfx "fc.' .7 1 ThU Insotation U located in. th* mmdat* rieiaity nication with Savannah aad arlffton, tq bav
r Lindsjn Arredondo w rUta f edtTe .
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PHILIP..COX fif th*ftn m -* *
Nztil4lqPgi4g tQ-*.EUi!;: pf Peter Mftc>el,, ,jt.7ETI74OlT.WUXIZOT- seal UQC Tr of|a .village ofAIadiaoo-Court JionM,one' the advantage to Ibeaaa an expert.
rnhand sad twl v4te 1, (there beIflg no o IrO .UghtIq1 healthy Kt owns la th* Ia addition, theyjjrlng a
I rBpn v 1 wwvT tCT. n-t wi'rrvfn +W i's are held for sa'.e.. --M fir"dsp.t1ptousotthe .LTzgET. ,of,the moM aad.j which wUl.eonble.them ..tag
10ner.of.Llberi of
office,) this 19k aayof Jsn aryD.i8SO. ;Vre ftQTzvn, J5QWW Southern country, &iag&popul4iM of rhighcuItire.eqttal enc many years ;
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"i nnmbeju>( fa44-linds( s 1 4T4o9N.sP': to in theVs lud *betterJM te&uOt -" o.tiaTraBU
to iFS'lii'i LsLk1lAe tttal)
% b : Mfrepc **** fli4IlU44AP Hb oral iand UtBe< any
i**>.- $ ayjbehadlo.lbe printc'iLgejcoe.y.j I' 1 ? ? >' of lho_ huYiaiI tbemll&sl4 44 PfidAfer
e : meat ha b *n fitted ;qtqMrelyntw# Unite& t'jJhis. -. *
mnsi .it34.l4 (
utopoU45fur purchase be addciMMdjMu J ; >- -*- \ C of
Uiir.o rVih : i Wra.t tb wualjf nra. -Jk,or instcn tuon the purpose* healtik pL.a44jtl" -ti ? '
oi
y.'tawH l1&q 13.I :*'G.-/A M..MlTClifil2i7 r' 1 tntU* ri pUw '' ,-, ,*+ itutionf. -- 1i ixquAsiNO reputatIQf'Jhichtba.cfimiUWv
ex foe 3,4Iiin& biitOIUt wc MiaMatio'CssFa. if. .w iwttftjgol ,fcUHBJBARJrt !stPS4i .*; will b*. ; "and"the pupil will not InU-b I*' !ot Florida poeaestetta oa *

MIOU. rD5iih first Febrnarv. 28th.1850.. ww*** M ___f._ >< _'' *! jHt-i J t j"* ; rr* .* 3. j? 1x MONT4W present TtUSwill
My4n diseases hastndaeed, .vai lath
; p. r* 'p i.- --i .- .a .f aoeouJtsabaVouehenr toHn Honorable ttw tosuit' ; exeefdingly Jttr4rtanVulHjtetpf pulmonary *. -
D1stetpr& of $4.4 fo Coonty tax doe s judge o?,ProbaU:' ?,. ra ir : Mathematics, in th*:differenU ofwhlh. crease t.wbo.ireu.ffrd$1by :

l4entthereU .vistVTe Lo.fMs1a. L _. vwi-tJj4'' iiiiS"t> *ifisVw -.- pnpUl wil b thoronghjy.drilkdw.ud r**;
and the necessary ; >. r. > 4 or i.4.-i >* / z.iniT4c atrno5plte od fn.Tiew of
; ';. J40 acrei first rate land,lrColumbas b ?p-Sno/ aflrf it .x1'4'-H i !i? 't xiiliar and/, inired to give the rcamui for each step ;*vferiTaej thi4fsot, th : blj4j .'hr4e dem1Uad1tM
;
.L on the 8awia' iTer.Lo&.lJo.i. ben imported itbi ad sWiajJusloi wlngt.FamliVork their ex.ertktos,to rdent,the pUrofta s*whlehTrithout seU
2 ? Of1aafd 12 un to9qrdea sttlee on. sue U of th* most beau $jBOMVUcU*** ? Ik 4;
XM M4 Seotioa Township 2JQit1; 'P' ,. bestowed boa Uwm shall J* regard ta
t" Tsmbrofdery wffl b* >f j
b.Ioa9g, India tubbec1b)0as. ? ,ana fa '-.- -'. <* *-
: thereof,rwaired by W t .be>4d-on, ,th SZIqPf 'JI&-U.wUst Pin.and Balla.. T dial ear of Jtfn. Hartsonj and there ;
Monday of April will ig, .J.I- < ;- if.- o'uthwhere theBrbrEleheR a6Wtht05k1i
V be adourned Lq t1eTIgj 4 '.c t43 y Are 1- -also' -Just from the workman, and every eon,* tuttoitTo.db 4d.tti54lly.-

.Jt gTL M' pL .jid Ctlbctartf. 'MO 1Ibia 7z4urssor ;'I 1 u ; uHN.t..MY1UK; MsnnaIj: L CPUbIaCQt7_ COU5Ct9F'14I :. ftt nee forth* nt Ttaiamont ani oalf4rts' nfgnstM 's TtaJtricUit twtwnrui ?p nSirJKhgeneral 0>The Richmond .pb14&aitfl r e : kM
Marlhs1 pt-- -f _4 \iLtItQr W l' M Es. idepcartmjiUjWc 0"WS'i tha abot nattl fotMd
8a. .
AprU *, 188ft. 2210. $ ja-hilatthfl fasMlttm*S'* *!% a
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door; -v. nnAonn r/-
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; ; .Notice-' -' : ---.- ? ,
in afcsi in l&i lef ..1 r Mond.7DfU&Teb, jpsprIWt1 o t .tf" two .essiou.Otfi'O .WHrtWiMcWTU first Mi; qE

WTEEthAiItDATE. Ibtrnn4 t4 In the todOUmtP- I,) I .- -.* leonwMnceaow'v *i1 MOi4&Xt u**,
Vr 1bn. CoL b end befor*the seoond Monday In June.; .FL 4)RffiC4lgg
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,rIIE FLOU1DA.UEpUBL1c&N cost of one thousand dollars/ "The head*of Wet* j : f I'm;throat extended tanyhs *! .. that my.wMrwyTaaeh "CAtJ'.rl I2XTRA. :"; t* M CT ..

'. ..asit.. y'11iri iT..T 1 y and Fletcher aw of a-good die for framing j bt '. impaired.After taking II.by UM wuM. t.CLMfH aa* .aped wit* a, 'FOR CL i't AT:Y.4SB1NQ701J
" -1 j1a8 : i The above plate 'cannot be purchased at the the aparilla a abort time health Improved, 7isng'Msa ':-- dtsi.aaaso.'Of.....,:R. Tewaeet4.a. : 4, ..
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'. t .Jfe.:""' JaclcaasrtiUeiIHiTJil: .*v.ty, E.F.by 'stores at less than three_dollars..ob.i am mythroab.nOWwel4hlm as eMllrom '.ss we asses se pus up aS m. wWca ths'ceUpr.Tawuex&'s ,!"" ( 1 : .I -, .

'.-,.' l' COLB8rDREW., i Another'Set of Plata,(r Clvbi.. O0l bhdUghthessof besrqnItIdJd1ncU7.M1hTChiUbe the '.-. garsaparmat'.eeiseaiastlaa ttOXT-' ;,K.t&o. xz1u[ 'f

. ', 'J Tnr. bolter*'per annum, payable >An entirely distinct offerfrom! that above,leav- 11 .well about three moaths,''the euro of which i r(1'1N.Q".I'ftIa'hw., ; ... ..ca raUre4s 4es..med; nu.J.... I'II.n.Y4JQ4- ., '... -Anna. .;.7
". Ii, { .. lug subscriber to take their ihoiee:of,this wide has e1reotecl',' by th use of yow fiarWitt i.'era ftmtrly a,weclst ea ,taVMM Coutlsuu &o "
Ids
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. u' rini t lr r. F proa$itt1ntktI Qe.
jPaper '
, : : v rangeof:,premium-cither,the above fiers: ,.I. .'Itii'l,Vbct paid'before the axptrstion.tthI thoM we now prop se. '.' '. ".*.'. / ( Mend LOUISA JlBEV4N' !, efgatalaf credit lit what ho Is. ,This 1.ea' rangemels ant' ie.iUoa'.Won Cos-

. pax, *. rtd: .4.AdvUjntvfl1be .. I Every member of a club, or. 1I1IUbtcriber In 1 .::BAuA..w- u.ft'fna)>1I- taattoa the puNicaet to bo 4eiroVaa4 swshMoSNM grass or any ;:t ell&tft Dssflsti.ClaImsatInj .

.i Inserted at the following any othe.way, shall each'be,entitled ,to the four all o or m Tiaaoas I t.'l'bIi dangerOuS.aad '' her tat OM/fffUfX OMtOUML OLD De.ItaotjiVwastat '.' t BTv>latloiiary,'Florida,

it. .r! ; -H rj,': ,r- (of twelve. 'lines) for following "beautiful'scriptural platea'"Christ's" I *151 iln*affection,which has swept from the stage SamptrilU, kavlag oa',UIIi:.OU Dfcf I Of- 'IID ws invalid, TlatJflBai7 Batf.
roil .f + .* Rebuke Christ Wcepir-gV Over-Jerusalem of-1 me so both at tht innocent ago of InJanmd I! ,
" ., ;".' ,.Fiw Cent for every *ubsepV "The Two Marys'at the 'ep lchre,'' and the Deliverance .- e1i the many more vigorous andmature age of manl.hMat ..kim.. etat. of, am,.' ., < hi* 111V451'sensstheiml'efvi. ply o? ,\y ||!PcioiisitNoval.&i.y

,. i i' .1l :Veafcy Advertisers'a Ilberlllo1t of fit.!Peter." .. '- hoc ; length.'met.ltr-baao and antidote cI ,. : : Bounty Lu4:ff ;tfcrip,:oader law;.r Fob. ii.
i Premiums are only sent when subscriptions art and !U'tvil effect npon .the lystem are laic wwUie ISIT,or AogwOl 18a8
: if
.>, trOb, ipfe(;.i trasIent: Advertis remitted direct to the publisher.: "/ :. .' b1 powerful influence*f ihi*"preparation,..'A Ii.I j Arrange Fay'aad
{ aifjitjiTe.by rotaYIng a running accoumtnUh ,The Lady's Book for 1850 will contain several Hill grandchild of MtlWIDP : Mileage :daerih *: ifTTolmlttr** .data"fcr

. 010 thztb' i&Idfor previous to publican. hundred good engravings ?. ,'. -.? :; ;C1'b':, der was tttacked with.scartet'.fever which;kit ': Hem. lost tI .$tier.Prejmrty 4trey>4;''E] .

'., S t'J, I ,\ It, Postmasters and. others aendingr will her n a dreadful sttipberztod7..WU ovtbd.partietet ; pemase. % *41b3*;Veloatom-bdoi.bsIng .
e; .. : oblige na very much by having them all addressed of aearlet eruptiOns; a large lump tired and Into
L i.F:1f't!; .-govern their::,remittance to one name. It is inconvenience to.them,and, 10m thin,Uk.' abnt7 a4all ttwo iBebertoeter. f .4-4t .smloe. W..t: .
tonsad
.. will be favor to us. the shoulder, T.aqirs' C11MIrIsS'MflOsI!
; *S r&d4bythe; following rates. t< a great w eter.nade its appearance '
the the whii h broke and discharged aa almost Incredible ft*..** j'J:
t 1in'ife"tktni finea) uhEshed six months Premiums to tcvnt fending target .
: ; oIL 'V-.* J Jf 4 ... .. :. .inzm1erpTsubscribers., ala! tity of most offensive. .matter;.and'besidesthu Having afl.lformi; neeewary for. ,
.r. 4-jio 00 /_ "iMffl.--. _" a Urge quantity was discharged ftom the : a i ipretentatloB II&acI
" .e'. ,2w,9nRes'fet it:m'nthl; 'a 15.0010 :The; town sending:'us.tbe largest number:of I SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. ears of a very offensive: character.: Almost deaD oi a ims, together with too tale.

I & .d h d d it<>, .. ; (JO mail subscribers for 18CO will be entitled to the ,. 'fit' ', tali of ever stopping the discharge,they made iegulatloiil ri,erslng &Za _.& ._
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which ef- ,
: Lady'Book.Cor 1851 g.atis;and the next in number I Iris or BANDB'L&RSAP ARl1.LA. menu he b 1leJ4M
t. to undertake
ApplieatioB fer hjtU administration, .6 00 subscriber shall receive of the J. : if ttt child having taking an rIafisf
: ; each anyone. 'x ,ALTnza. fecteld a complete enrty what .w'Jt2a
6 FOJ IfloUflCem4flt of candidates for office,. 5 ( above plates. i. .,. ._ < Ii .LIt.. .only OIM botfio. For the benefit,,of those snfferInz 1- kind: may>jmireof .t

annoBaeemelit will made unless the ems"' Address. L. A. GODEV, FOR THE REMOVAL PERMANENT" sVom the baneful effects of this horrible disease, : an.Agency a 'tliJs place. -" .. 'I
be -
.: m 113 Cb.mutstre.t. Philadelphia.) CURE OF ALL"DISEASES ARISING Mr.Patrick will be pleased to inform any-penon \ir 'Partfetdar iteitUoB girea'to tie .'. "'
wsh tk. amount charged. 'a* wtU.ment .
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accompanied proper
a ) eaU
Sa i 17-11' ,, FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF as toUht correctness of this statement if they "' .
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OEd .' notrcf >rtvaie benefit will.be .... -THfVL Oft RABIT OTIIE at hil residence la Exete. wt.. near.Fa1l'll-lt. (Bal-. r sts. ,t
i iF' fkarged 'htr of .- 2- .< .. ";1V. .' '.. tlmojt BuD; "*""* < T oIQ3t.Eae ,
double .
; thf > advertising.Jteb'gioui SPLENDID ENGRAVING :.r 'STEM.h "VIZ Z .#tTbe sI.ss, ,

,.Obit 1 Marriage notices,will J following testimonial to the ralue of *feqmlre4.

ihii2i1a ti i ,' Scrofvta;or. ftnevS Rhnimatum,, Ci14Untdusows the' 'Barsaparilla: from-the Ber..,Luther : ." ., AD eomnutnitatioas;:to.inure.insertie*._.

THJC: SUBSCRIBERSARE: KOW PUBUSHISOAM .. ptio'lC'1'I"'plQ, orpseiiZn ON ChI Wriiht Mm- rrMftt Cffiat lot Alwsee-k,Jftm M Osp. be podpa1clt:}t ;j;
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I CemmRBiationim fee. post raid.u.L ; fact, blotdikr. bile,, rrov.ieore eyet ring worn .. ;aged 78 years,:Congregational ; 4es4-tf
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I EX.KGAHT ENGRAVING 'v vrtettertjicaJd head enlargement qed Paul of isterj residing atW obQ .. .' OLD :DRrJACOB TOWNSEND, 'I. -

f ,.: : -' 'COlllP ;+IOl WKCMP8KD.TBX Of the Death*ofthe. Rcr.Jottct. Wesley.EBGRATfb the tenet and joint t, sfMofom *lcenyphOmt ,:j I IWonuzzc' Mas. shlOth. 1S48.!t THI ORIGINAL IMSCOTMW or TIm 3.... W. Bl'J'aiat

'BTAKDlxi IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF ART tymftomt, tciatica, or Ivnbago and diteatetorinftc Meisrs.Sands Gentlemen-From what I have CreBBlne Towveai .Ano.&tdD COI7XULLOIhT.uw
; AMtRICAR PERIODICAL.Ciralmm's / from an tnjudicwui tut of mercury, and from information 1 UTe re- _', SanaparllU.Otd ,
,. experjenced,
t1.4 .' t I BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ .. I. acititet or drafty, expanrf'or impntience tn eentli received from number of persona of high Dr..TowaseaJ to BOW about 70 yean of af*. a4ha Win attend to Ifroftssional business in the Coma n

\FTEll'THE CELEBRATED PAINTINGOF lift; alto, chronic conttittionaldiiorderiifc. '; I respe4tsbility who have used your fiamparflla, Ipot *loaf ka kiowa u she jIDTHOM. Dltfor-. of the atnw. 'of Florida and ia the F04-

Sp ],' Magazine., 185O. MARSHALL CLAXTON, rftlHlS Medicine has acquired a very extended I have the /least doubt but that It is a most valnledidne UND fMXK tttArjmiLLjt.of IB* OKJtUUfR" ORIGINAL.Btoffpoor.BwaoB- TO"*- era Court ) Northern' District of florid ;

'. iE'teDdi.; Among the many good men who'haTe 'spent *- and established rfpatation wherever able and that the numerous certificates all** as limit Its ..fitctllN by whisk amass like* fOrj I Jitto Aotirr ;
rzmbeiof"GrahamV for Jan- their lives in the service of their Divine'.iIuter yen I tve received of its efficacy are fully sustained .. bpi oat of market sad the sale tireainssrlb* ia for general .iII in the State, respeetlac
JL uary ha taken'the' whole country by urcriss -J few ever exerted a greater influence for good than it has been used, based entirely on its own by u enfiuv, and although ILl reputation and IBM* only who bad proved Its worth and RBAWB InIn. grants and douttJoau of lands and th. loeatii

*high a* this Sfajtastn* has always stood in I did JOHN WESLEY. With high powers intellect merits,' which ita superior efficacy. has alone uUUt are very extensive,and stand in no need of .\ It had iaachih* ear of away,.aevwthel, or selling there' V *

literary excellence JwidWcteval beauty,in circulation be united a gentleness of disposition which enabled sustained. ,The: nf rto ate.yictini of,hereditary my h nble efforts to increase them, I want all as tbo*perma who bad ..healed of ION cllM-= jAwo
.
and reputation it,ba won already for 1850 who i e afflicted by disease to become acquaintedefficacy and saved ftgsa death pMliaM4 Ua 41..uu- i ACZHT ,
him, at the same time that he touched the diseasewitb swollen glands contracted for the. eoneeQG
,
erciaiau
and more bf.'hdant laurels in tbe loud with e and of ,valuable medi- win&.dIlIIEALIN&PQWEIL' : upon the Usits-
greener power your ,
tender chords of the human heart
to convince the .
sinews and hones half has been"restored State for MiJi
carious or other
praise which.comei EfW every quarter of the I .. 1 serriws, peasis.
understanding of the truth and importance of the eineIt ibsi ba bad his 11111.
Union !' ''! holy ts of the Gospel which he to health and-rigor. The scrofulous \ ,LUTHER WRIGHT.! Xaowia aad sawV fNrI devised age aa ardcl which by woaldb supplies fornishf,4 jrolunteers and for her,.* *| i
precej promulgated. eksaee expericaee. other
2f1 First Edit:-.i the January number to And when we take into consideration that his patient covered',with ulcers, loathsome to -l're red and sold,wholesale and retail by A. of Incalculable advantage to mankind when thesasaas is liable.property liaif' ,for which th* tinted"'!ta&oI
; ,
already exhausted aju'ple as our supply was manifold labours of usefulness extended to himself and his attendants has been made 100 would b* luraUhed la bring U late aalvenalaotlec si :* .
a t. and Chemists 7
pe B
fc SANDS Druggists Address Jaclcittvllle. East '
thought to have l enf and A SECOND EDITION when Iu beniaiahl virtae would be kaowaaad Florida.
rInd of than half
ef equal elegance tni/if in TfIS. The vast increase whole more a century-that during the whole. Hundred .of persons, who bad Fulto It, corner of William, New York. Sold appreciated." This tilDe has semi th* Baeaa. are
t period an unerring course of rectitude was also bil Druggists generally throughout the UniUd Pbi: ..p -
of its beretaairey-unparallelled list of subscribers manifested in hi. walk groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous applied: Uil Fraxer
;
and conversation-we cease 1 six .
Price Bottle
& ;
enables States]and : per OtuUfDJIJfD VJfXQVJLr.KD PKtfjlKJlTlOAhi
to theirreaders .
the.
suceeaeioofriunbcrs jSJblishers of promise and to wonder at the very high degree of estimation and glandular disorders, chronic rheumatism; Bottles'for*5.irj.3 ., auaufactared o* the Unrest aeale. sad ie eUd IU ATTORNEY :A l OUNSELLOIl ATT LAW
a beauty excellence with which his to cherished not and other complaints from'derangement bout the sad breadth of the laad. 1
memory only by many springing a ':Fo sale in Jacksonville hi throat length especial
each as can equalled by no periodicalin the members of the denomination to the upbuild of fie secretive and the Ira*It I*foaad lacapaMe of*iceaeraaoa or deterioiaUallke 3MiLLz, ILl,
the world.'; ::' % organs nowZ9 V FOKMAN. : WIn
,
ing of which his untiring energy and exemplary ? Attend fecjhiy professional business int Uc-
Those who have/aSreidv seen the January number piety so much contributed, but by the truly pious circulation have been raised as it were'.from at: ingns neP. ZYLsW 8. PCLKSTOII. yoaaf 8...To.."*.It improve* wish *l edtohiDa in tto Courts of th* Eastern Cimii.

need no assurapceiT'of.its excellence; and for of every sect. the rack disease, and now, with regenerated MonU{eUo;,L W J8 fc AMES, Taflahassee; G. R. tad sever cbaas. but for the eetttt: baeaaa it I II pia and the Supreme]Court at Tallahassee.. hae

those who have nnsciic no., wi'prefer' 'affording the The unprejudiced The death of Wesley was perfectly consonaa constitutions, gladly testify to the :efficacy Ht5D icK80N Co., Savannah. 15,04 klfhest.knowledge.a.itiM n.'n8 ofC..IrJ..d the latest dlseevertM also such an aahrou connection wit>>.as
of others.
and Af* d praise with the even rectitude of his protractrd life and of this inestimable preparation. The testimony of.an. have all hee hfoocht latotequldtkHi la able Lawyer :agton city, as wffl4,__.
press from one en jo: ihe country to the other adds another to the proofs that the "end of a prompt and i.11f11:ooQeetion of sueb
*Graham'sMagatine many of those who have been cured by ita ACKlOlIVILLB ACADEJIT. die manufacture 0 IIIe Old --.nIIL The Bar- eJaisM M
I echoes the public J'eLa: pronouncing the good man is peace." The closing scene of the .,.Ula rooc U la well knowa to soundlesS son.eoatalat may be placed. 1 well against thUnited
to be theiaUest and most beautiful periodical life of this venerable man to the one which Mr. use, with their residences, has been publish T I S Institution will be opened onthe first meal.ldul pruperiiee aid eoeo propertIes whUa States. !: l' ,
.
Xbat has eftr ISpen issued in any country Claxton has so happily chosen a* the subject of ed from time to tine;and were it desirable a .Jonday in Jane next, at 9 o'clock A. M.,. are Ia.nw' uaeless and other'whfch if retalaed la Sept. 1, 1849.4. .
For ourselves, seenlir>the faith of our vast bodyof his beautiful painting faithful copy of which of the in JACKSONVILLE, East Florida.r' prepsitig Is fi* s... CiO r..,.Iift aid .fU ..
subscriber, we frnrfeat, as a ell as defy the engraved in an eleeant manner, we have thought mass "most 1. overwhelming.1 testimonycould Separate rooms will bo fitted up for the aceom which iajurkms to &... 8om of the properaee .
puny efforts ot coirjgtltion around us Every attempt would be which i thousands I, be "tOlJg"y'aru' proving Tnost modatibn of young Lad and Misses where they I Benaparilla are so ewMOs. that'they eaanrt JClW'| '. VOTZCX. -
memento w win
.. to stealth & garb, by our imitators, to have framed a and bung in the ;; u In conclusively iu inestimable. r. The afflicted wiU btanstructed in'the elementary and higher evaporate and art I9tl 1 it Ih*praivmiioa,If they are aetpraserved Jpx3jnriLLx,August 21. 1849.
produces a roar wHlch4ronld be discomfitting to up parlour. -1' branch English and classical education, by a ttinttf* mrteiit I,kaowa only to shoes
order to enable such and those who have' used }* of aa left tSe State for
desire not California
short of-the most bruen as to do this to gratify for for experteaeed la It* &.. Moreover these**+ Having ,!,kate
any thing pretensions. their desires Mr. Sartain who stands. at the head medicine are invited to. make a'trial 'of its : and voting men will be fitted Greek College or ttiifrnuifUt, which fly on la vapnr.or as aa ..ihaisso. .y: business to CoL tenot
"
I JEW MD.sPyENVID PREMIUM. of his profession in the .United -. a. has been virtues and to themselves the professional. life In the Latin and classics. .,aader beat, are the very uitniM milittl fttfwKM Spencer,who lriW in conjunction with Mr. Ba
to appropriate and in the philosophical and mathematical, oiences of the which fire to It all Iu value.Aay ker, altenfiftished
"TnR FIRST PJEATES," a large' and splendid engaged engrave this elegant picture in,his root pro business to a ene*.
best style; and relyIng upon an extensive patronage benefits which it alone can bestow. i aetsoa caa boil or sww the root Oil they tet a e Militia cl*In my charge will U attWd-
mezzotint engraving, making a most exquisite
picture for parlor study, is offered to the price has been put so low that none who "TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN ARRASGtMXXTS. dark colored liquid which to more from tbo cotoriM ed to by melfJu cOnnection with CoL Speneer.
FIC .
> .
] any desire it need be without it, .The I of saoerta the root than from say &I ; tiler sea and Col. Cnarle*,E.. Sherman of Washincton!
$3 subscriber. This premium to far superior to Engraviag taea strata this Uilpid
TION." THE .?_ will be divided into four quarters, or vapid liquid. SWMIM with and
suitable for
offered eUewbqre. *_ a large'si&e framing and will be sour awlaMes sad thee call It "8AISAAIlLLXTIA(7t every effortjaiadt by us Jointly to proseevio
any ; the of abo t U week each with intervening vaea
.: 'frva'l1tU printed on best quality of heavy plate : or 8YBUr.N Bat sack to sos the them to a successful result. I have no
paper anidoMwaasiho authority
The is
: VeTlUlVaV* *> in a very superior manner each impression attention of the reader called to the tion | The day win have two session t the first to collect the mttMry due on these
presenting claims as1
I. For Thrte Dollafi ijjji advance, (par money in all the beauties of fnt datt proof and following astonishing cure, effected by' the M.from V 9,,ednesday to 12 M.,mornings: and the second will be from appointed 3 to 5 P to GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S have always prc.ftrre
tbe State from whM i:. remitted) one copy of will be furnished at' use of Sands' Sarsaparilla: exereisAitei in English composition and declamation. ,SARSAPARILLA. may be appropr.V placed in the hands .f a.te-
cal
Graham and a cop?pf# THE FOLtOttlKd trSfrStALLT the first term will b* received, | This to M prepared thai Ulh lasts properties of lbs paymaster. -> aa the parties interested.mar,
LOW PRIQS: .
,. This is to certify that I have a colored woman no pupil flanaparUIa root are ant removed every thlar capable select, after tbe art for their relief. -
1. LARGE A MJ-JKJFICENT; PRINT, 1 Copy 92 CO J 7 Copies $12 On who has been afflicted for the last five yean with except ., or near,the beginning of tho Session. of becoming add or of teraieataiioa, to exuaeied and Aug HC (NWs..; GREGORY-TALK..

by a distinguished YiigriLver, and which may be 3 Copies 6 001 I 13 Copies 20 00 Scrofula and all tbe remedies used had no effect and no ,' pit for lea thin one term. rejected; then every panicle atedical virtue to secured

considered one of the moot beautiful specimens ot 20 COPIES' FOR THIRTY in arresting the progress of the complaint on the Boarrate Will be provided in Town at reasonable Ia a pare sad eosc.aiissedkrui; aid thus Ii Is rosdsr.d SpeD e2 Baker
I* *. art ever presented # >magazine .- DOLLARS! contrary she constantly grew worse; >and after *]p i r month for pupil from the country; and tecapabt of loslaf aaf of its valuable aid heaUafpnpVrttoa ,
a
? publisher.And So that members who desire to avail Fiepand la Into ,U to seeds UM ATTcII.3gYATLAW! '
also a new au .
engraving .
4 framing, of, a Saer (Subject by sending together and forming clubs,can obtainthis besides using other popular remedies without success themaeiva of> the facilities of this Institution for axeat la tat J4s 4i ril1e 17a. C
most impressive picture atOnly'one till the disease bad eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and other*, may be Care innnmerable diseaseft. .
XtARIKO TKKJ.eAVlOtR TO THE TOMB, dollar aud of her nose, made its appearance on various parts assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Skies the reMoa why we hear comaaadatloae oatvesy Win practice lit tbKseveral Courts in the :East
half
prepared expresdyj' nd ft a very heavy cost as a a a'copy 111 of her body and had finally commenced its ravages the health comfort and progress in knowledge of sMe la Iii*vor by awa wnmeo-aad childna.VTe ern Circuit Fh3dn the U. S.District Court
Premium Gift to i"new' subscribers to Graham's Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her month. all who may bo entrusted to the care of the PrincipaL Bad It dnUf woaders la tbe care of Northern Distric ;;of orida; the Supreme Cosr$
COfftOMPTIOJfDT8fEFSlJI.sad LfTZH COM-
: Magatina. Or, if$tir&i we will furnish in lieu nineteen figures representing the following per- in this dreadful situation, with the prospect of RUFUS K.: SEWALL, ruiurr.. and HKVJUTIM.. acaowz at Tan..l.del *"eeato elaiau before Coo-
of either'of the atxm-pribis a complete set of our scum, (of many of whom accurate portraiture givS death staring her in the' Cue I stated her Principal. flLKf, COtTirKJfltg.all CVTJIXX.OV fKOf great and the IJe3rtete of the Govomaesil at

mesiotint portrait.' tbe en, from originals of great rarity.) ease to Dr. Cboswav, the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla TICJfM riJtrau,BLOCTUt..4 all aflotaoa* Waahin-e- $ :.g!
Rev. PEARD DICEINSO in Newbern, North> i Carolina by ar_ J. McRoBxar BAUm
AMERICA HEROES, Or-THE LATE .WAR WITH Rev.JOSEPH BRADFORD whom I was advised to use that article;'and to Jacksonville Female Institute IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It 61 .' S., Smcu.u .

.''N IC,. Mrs. CHARLES WESLEY. my surprise and that of my neighbors to whom posstseesaasarrellousemeaey. la all coaiplalatt art "'r- i 11: 1;

For Five" DoHaritTitt' t Dopies for one 'ear.anda Miss SARAH WERLEV. her ease was known,after using four and a half mIlE Committee of Direction baa adopt* slag'cline 60Ia AcN II.I.eo- 7.flSR1iflT
Rev. THOMAS RANEIX. bottles she .I.. the following regulationt oaeqaal deterailaailoa of blood to die. BAS EU,
copy of either of th*Prints to each subscriber.For was restored to perfect health,and that '
Mrs. ESTHER Ax* ROGERS. in the of The Scholastic Year ia to consist of four term palpi tacos of the heart cold sect sad heads cold shills JAc492FJ.L 1.
three
Ten Dol1ani'.C; for and space weeks and was able to work ; z..J'.
; Iie one year, Miss RITCHIE afterward Mrs. aW hot Sashes over die It aa* aol Its equal laCtUt ,
Li a copy of the Magazine! to the Postmaster or perBOn Rev. JAMES ROOEBS. ; MORTIMER. in two weeks from the time she commenced takIng of eleven week each sad Cngkf; sad promoios easy expectotaitosi Co3rjnssi05Rx D5'J $XM for Alabama GeorgiX
forming the Club'land either of the above it. Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic sad sjeaHe prrtpirmdoa relaxUg stricture of ho toaft
Prints or a set of Portrait to each subscriber.For. Master JAMES ROGERS a child seven year of In witness of the truth of this statement I have per term, $!.! ;The. above, with English tferoai sad every other part.' South Carolina, N rt CaroIua Virginia;Maia .

twenty Do&orMKleven Copies for one age the only person now living who was then hereunto affixed my name, this 19th day of Sept. Grammar and Geography per term'$5. The But la aothlag Is its oxeettoaeo more maalBMtly son Pennsylvania C! eut and Mississippi. -
present. *7' above,with the higher branches of aa English \ad ackaowMmd thaa la all 11..and fIL *
year and a cyof etb*>:the Print, or a act of Rev. stages J 10. J. 1BI5O. Te\ A '
\7.
tbe Portraits to each.subscriber and a copy of tbe Rev.JAMES CEEIORTOX. JOSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. education embracing Algebra Geometry Histo FEMALE COMPLAINTS. "

Magazine to the PostmMter person sending the ALEXANDER MATHER. Mouth of Neuee River Craven Co. N.c. f'1.t&tural. mental and moral Philosophy Botany It works woaders ta SM* of m ur Jttttt or ITltU*. 3.ATTOINRY. p Baso. i
Club, with a copy eac'h'of: the large Prints as an ROBERT C. BRACKEBBUEY. Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy Rhetoric, mint e/ti. ITtmt, OMruttt, guffrttitt. or fmtotfrntJhTMM & "
Rey. JOHN BXOADBENT. of *.ImnUritv of the SMastfMl periods sad the AHAVING .
additional \ 1, Logic.and Evidence Christianity term ID.I.Oa:.0\1' UW. J
premium. Rev. THOMAS ULCER CURED OF SEVEN IIU ... tiefcrsMeTZtd :
BROADBETT. YEARS' 88. Each quarter to bo paid to the Treasurer ; II aa Ia nria aU &
ran once
ze For the holt Rev. ajdhfletdHt- from Columbia
conve tfnce f forming GEORGE WHITFIELD. STANDING.This asp .
advance. B, soaovlaf oostracttoa.and,rcalaila the sjeaamtsyskNa.lt to Devil.County i
Rev.
JOXATHA EDMONSOS. ,
Clubs in connection with other Publication
The Scholar will bo under the careful instruction
I'
fives lone aad stnagih to lbs,whole respectfully,info that he. .
body .
tee trill anul
One copy of the Msgacln .and One of the Saturday Dr.'Joint w ill. there hare been no symptoms of a return Provision has been made for instruction in Latin Nervous diseases and debility brother & W. R4II.u3oN. ,.

Evening Post for Jffiur Dollart." WHITEHEAD, Mr. WISLET' Physician and her health still continues good, July, French Painting and Drawing'and Music tad thus areveat* or relievee a gust variety oTotaarsatadtoa The firm will be te'nt.d at each an4

pus ofihe Magaxioo an*;Two of the Post for Medical and Biographer. 1848: for which additional charges will bo made. aa Ofaut frriu** JVHrtlfi. J$ .' Term of th* CirevJ -.111 the le1'etaI Coos.s ivory
Five lJo..rJ.. '\ Assistant to Dr. WHITEHEAD. New The first term commence oa the 8th of October Deot fmtfmimf. MMltftit Fit*, Cmolwas.A*." of the Eastern iMIeieCIreui4 1M
: eo.'T.oI
I the sale' of this York My 25, 1844 next. H*l aases the blood excite*the fives to healthy aettoa. -
tu fine work of Hamilton in 4i4j
Three copies of the:Ma'K t>ne and Four of the Agents, art, are if : Circuit; the .Supr .
Post for 7n Dol,. W wanted in every?"* f theUnited State For Mesir S.A1fDS,-Gentlemen-I consider it but Application for admission art to bo made to teaoa the bowels die stoauch.of torpor aad aad gives oaattfpanoa.food dlfjoMloa allay, frBovee laBaauaaaoeupwiBee Court at TiAugustine. ". I., the U. S. Court at
*. --rfM*thn M.r>'* S f.AJ *j'Iit I I further particular, adores an act of Justice to you to. state the following the Committee of Direction. the skim egasltosf abs elseulsilosefIb. Allwillreeeivnp biis entrusted to. their. car
and 11'0 0 tne.1- bets in reference benefit I J.M. DANIEL. mrt '
Foliort CLADDiNG "HIGGINS, Pubtisher to tat great received in atodaelai nice wanjtk equally all over .
for Ten : I I Methodist Pooh Store N. 40 : ? re ot aa obstinate CAJtTxaocs Utcsa on Dr. H. D. HOLLAND. the body sad tho InsensIble penpiratioa; lelaxos aD Address.. P.I& W. t&voa.oj jo4
lI.a
Six eMes of the Msg.iiit| 'and Nine of the Post --.. PhiJadoJnhia. liQrU& Furth breast. A. M. REED frisson*sad tightness, resaavee all obstractlaa sad tonville Dwvol C37rJ _
for TirenJjr JJouart, .'?' ---.- my Committee of Direction. ksvlfforate the eittre aenoae system.' .aol thSm SheaThe ,
._.' ." -" !l VCREAT I was attended eighteen months by a regularand Jackacnvil1.J9f50. ;It-_,
: This Elegant Engraving will be furnished skilful physician,assisted by the,advice and Rev. L SWART Tieomtr.. oeilelaeyooremJneBU7Bee4t't
TOWK8.
OrrEtffO wholesale and retail by the Methodist Book Establishment counsel of one of our most able and experienced Jacksonville July 7;1849.Mr ,- Inlet:& J or IIIHo dala...elL..T.. To aU"sts'f 'riftte

The Iost Office of snyqwn in the Union from 200 Mulberry St., New York and surgeons without the least benefit whatever .kitiwariIeli.t Thto tnunf ..'. liquid to ant to at Grant Ladth the
which we hall receive tnirreatest number snb- by their Agent throughout the United State All the various methods of i *. A.:M. MAXEVfSTlAKEs COMPARED WITH.THE OLD DR'S State .1
"' treating cancer were
"Graham's- during the ,The purchasers of this Engraving will Florida. jiOTIcE i
please
gulDe. WeaaM
resorted to; for five weeks in succession breast of oil GRAND FACT. shag the oa* to INCA
between the first oi January. 1850. and the bear in mind that this Plate has been engraved by my this metW L to announce to the pub- rABLE of DUEl 1011'O''f.. sad '
burned with caustie three
year be mal1edto Mr. Sartain for this was times a day. and M. % is here n to each and every
oUanurY.1B61,(tWo5H3a to exprcwly edition and that lie that she will keep open her BoardingHouse -
solution
aMlt for six it with NEVEBSPOILS.
it.) the impressions will therefore be all of the first was daily syringed a week the winter for the .L Claimant'-l Florida Grants, that
neb Port Office, or tolrtbsfcribers t. ?ugh order during reception olBuarder
of while the other DOES
nitric the
acid and cavity internal nicer was ; ..aid fctsanf > the respective San .
,'hall be entitled to.* c Batlnnance of the wfcole] and not such a* are. taken from tecondhand so largo that it held over an ounce of the solution. *and for tae accommodation of stranger Lia tttUtt*i.talalmf E..:lie sent.adi RalphV.. Norri*. David HBarr.
for Enffith Plate or traveller generally. Grateful for the liberal r MeXaJ'.&aclArtJaV
one very
cumber subscriptions jvtuitmuly year liquid eiplodiai sad sjoods: Mast aet
Tot nicer examined the M.
after the expiration of the fear for which the uVeriptions __ I I __ doctor probed the and ; patronage hitherto extended to her,she will .dill horrible eoMpnuod be potooaoos to the evstssaf Randolph have befe'appoiated by the. ander-
shall have beet paid. bone, and said the disease was advancing rapidly : pare no effort to give satisfaction to alL, ,Her mt pat arid nit g tjittm ttrtUy tittutt wHM.tfU signed to survey aait Zai4s. and have keen aa.

.The Magarine willIe: c*nUDn6 to .BB medicine or by an operation the remit would be of the town. that whim feod sours la oar stosaach what ailsitlitss* now ready to enter cbt r duties. -
br the foreign
subscribers the seJ" to through my feelingsThe"
the agent fatal. I waa advised M have the breast la fur ,
a whom we may receive:; the (orders quantities., Tenth 4c ...1aCNNI.RU'AD' and the bones examined but finding no relief hout. liver coaiplalat. dlarrhouk dyMatory. moDe ted c1abato U7 olUae 14aqIs questiop.orwlaO7
and to whom the paeUgew packages may be directed fl A VIGOROUS LIFE from what had been done and feeling I was rap eorreptioa of the blood t What to Senfala bus a... have any knowlodg*: <:*he lines arid eoaMD-el
be in tbesame
or to beth it jlnerft should both OR APremature idly getting worse, I almost despaired of recovery 'J CgSONYILLE.JIOTELa. burner U the body 1 What produce all she havesa their respective elaiAs We
respeetfelly desired U
the which brlnf oa Erapdoa of the Skin Scald Bait
town eas nay.be. Bead
,as .
.
Death and considered ease nearly come forward with an *. title
my hope- pape
.. aad evi
''(&- Postage on alUetterl to be pre-paid. Ad heu=. KfTsieIas.milt .Fever Bore, sad
less. ell leenUeu Uteraal sad eitoraal It dence locality aat W>fbo ia I., wWt.ce. .
dress. AMUEL t.:RJlrTEItSON Ic CO aoUlaf aader
., =. F.b 21. K Cbe-snnt St.. Philadelphia. KI1J.LJ9N' SELF PRESERVATION. Seeing various te.tlmonW.andeertMcates cf hesv, bat aa add sabstaaca,which soars sad that pro Thto iath>;. Art especially ..
cure by the all of SAKPS SAUAPAmniA,in easesflsstomyowuIconuludedtotry&few spoil all the Bald of the body soore or teas. What U m owlatbtl1eaIir1,4uttkpa

: : Only 85 Cent bottle's. rinHE flmbterifcert having taken a lease of aaa** Bheaaiattom bat a soar or add flald.whIsk laetaaatos olaimaab.wDl rise, the eporaticee el
GODSTSCompanion L : OOK FOR 1850. of which ased but from the ItMlf between the joUt*sad .. Irrla the b
FTThia Book,just published, to filled with useful several were long -.1. the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr WOOD surveyors th'UOO of Ibeir-wwk, .
cIeepoteatAl4 3ter of ttT 4ie- produced ao Oaf sad lataaif| the deUcata ttosaos apoa whIsk tt tat better enahl tjt C vemmeat brte 'li;
solicit .
.' JL information, on the infirmities and diseases eiu respectfully a continuation of the uteacledtl&troD sin I 80 of Mn dIseases laiparity of thebloaeV
Mtrertt-JoJ( ; *eed7 aad*atttf e.ary
? VI.ontlJitt.. alike to YOUTH MANHOOD and OLD AGE probable cure for my ease,I persevered until the (lala weiz k::= thmtn!! $ JA order the better which diet h.MIV& / termiaatioB. '*& "-t'

:;: hilad4h1 To all who apprehend or Buffer under the dire disease was entirely eared. It II now over eleven to merit it, they have enlarged and thoroughly flow to It eel boniWe make and..and 'qfr4.Issesaieth The diatrWa. 11Lt." 'ANM

'IN.'lSlB: u.. Lad,'* Bo$gave 916 pages,which consequences clearly or prolonged indiscretions. months since the cure was completed;there is not I repaired the building and adopted-many !! present,will be &I f44s: ""..

more that) D *ad' 143 more than the to all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary the slightest appearance of a return; I therefore provements to promote tie health and comfort or ..SOUBmoriTERMENtllfd ACtD M. eeitra'.pcint, at ri Iaii.;a Ute.S&J.u'. sad

other Philadelphia .enD. He gave 231 engravings and baneful habits-to all who in addition to pronounce fnysrTr* WELL, and the core entirely tfi their guests. The old friends of the house will POUND".OF 8. P. TOWNSEND extendIng the sorvarkf.VrtV! and eoa&1t. oss.b.tk.

among wbjeh were twenty colored and declining physical energy,are the victim of ner- frIed by SANDS SARSAPAKH.UI,as/took no other certainly deem tan advantage that the table will iidyes b*woaM&.have aadtntood that Old Dr.J*. side of the river,as Uls iasmaybe sosguaros.
ninety-three fu4 page-"WHh to 139 more- than von and mental debility and of moping and melancholy mediant of any kind during the time /teas vting be under the superintendence of an experienced lOb .d'*Ora.iM Origimft....IVITATION -' J ,taaF
one and 180*ors than, tkijtber. despondency. Dr. K.would say-" it Please w.or have taken any I fItt.' .*,j>, -:\ Hostess by whose aid they flatter themselves they nl hi*lafcrior..ratleall' ;, wed *f ta* 'St.
Mr.Bn&1riD""m'
Godet'tMdy'fBtok Anl 50 shall surpass that READ THIS BOOK. excuse this long deferred acknowledg shall notbe,rivalled .by any Hotel in the south, Reeves forbid that we*should 1 la aaartteUwkUk aad Bert* to
of 1849 and exceed,*!!, ragatlnes, past present, ment, which I think it ay >duty to make. Your being now enabled by the constant steam would hear die snostdlaiaa reanablaae to*.P.T.. i NO CIa tk
p.ndtoeonrs. |{ valuable advice and Impressive warning U valuable fiarsaparilla cured me, with the blessing communication send'a erCMsl sad which should BrUf dews apes ta* district eommenein, : *
fTermt with
Savannah and Charleston have t47co1sta oath
east bank
gives will prevent years of misery and suffering, Old Or.such awaatala load ofeonpUlau and eriaiiaa- *
-Caih niLul4ce-pos1age. paid. and save annually Thousands of Lives.'' t of divine I feel Providence; when nothing else conlf; tbe advantage of the fine markets of those cities tiaa rroai Anal who have sold, aad parehaaers wha of the EC&John'*, an4 trading down,said streaia.

: ; JI' .: awn j. ZZIS2E5IV* PRIM flTUS.. .' Parent,by reading it, will team hew to preventthe and myself under listing obligation to I you.1.ca4saymanythInpIcannwritesnd do. In addition they bring to the business an expert .. B.. -',r..TowBar... *. rCUIVITUfO.. COM. betweea the river s4 esa, arid aorta 0 1M
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.' : destruction of their children"'" .. enct of many.-yeare which will enable them 'to PtflJND' 14,0' State lineMr..M4 .a: In district bordering
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'Subscriber' ; } to 'a djffertitingle Sulgcribtrg- ,,, ft> A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed In a Jet moat respectfully invite ladies afflleted aa I have lodge better,the means of attending to the wants We wish tt..BBderrfrad keeaas It to the tlttlmtt lr U, oath*west'-side of uis .'...math'et .
.,. 1ma5f'thoose\ ter, addrelll to L%. KINKELIN N..W. been to call upon me,and I will satisfy them fully of those who visit the mild climate of Florida, ,for that 8.r.TowBMad's article sad OU Or.Jacob Towawad's lata; and Mr. Rxnri5pa&he dIstricte4ao.a- ,
cor-
a of the truth
.jOni" copy"one yea thrisfj! dollars with two ner. .f THIRD &: UNION Streets; between thing ia. reference as stated to the above ease.MANCYJ ,. and manyother. the purposes of health or pleasure. : V timilr UerU&p.IIU; that*they mrs issesa are aaUka mUt.la ovary. a4 nrmtltT inftaigdp- lug at -!on.*'.%bank silks- -St. ..
tiiedllmateof
t>f the following rplebdid **m llm.patel"athedofth. Spruce Jt Pine;PHILADELPHIA will ensure a U ne!INCRKASINO reputation which' av1ig ant 11M*agt* 110mg Ia- and running lOath Ie. Ieolaza. _
RevT Job W.jey." "Wesley Preach- okt under envelope, per return of mail.V MILLER, Florida possesses la the estimation of the Medical 'As B. Towaiead" to ao docmr.sad aever was. U a* It 1 to requested tb4a1Ithflmatbo: .ta &.
." J 218 Sullivan street.silfDtt Faculty, for the of .aeadft kaow session or power of I Imanioated tb masts be .
: Inr fav the CvwenaAtrdtieatre America .FIFTEEN YEARS .I -cure consumption and a*pharaaceatiat- *ao saora of BMdktaar direeuyn. .
r ('Gafdecl by-Wfidott;.' en.' Taylor, and Old .itri'l.L other pulmonary diseases has induced a vast Increase dlMas laaa amy other eaanaoa.maseteaine.aepialha- to tan >the '
Wblteyj I * J1 ;
this baTe rendered Dr.' K.- the compound which Is creating such a universal they at* reedvtac a ceaalaa Mtoaane -... cation boi_ '_
M Do;echla Co-laborer I IT 1b4 Rev. John Fletcher" city most expert winter months; of those who seek,the relief af- tea. and taLI .
and successful practitioner and near in the Interest throughout the country has made forded .. .all the virtue of the article seed la preparlat U. ,B.A.
of _
: by a milder/atmosphere and In view
ihe last' two -tboujb. rat. engravlngswst1C05fltM ;
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which are Incapable of ,
treatment of all'disease of. Its way successfully into the favor of citizens ehaaf which might 1IIa.
natures- our ,
private -he '
this fact, sub.crlbersjiave determined thai .
prenrft Sr-AI7Gvamr
oulyone Skein she
AGENTS of DIsease !
laMMd 0 .0'10.
heallk.J .
and the
'1. Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the body throat people around us. W. have read again their exertion to merit tht which shall .. ;
Two for On dollat, and two of tht patronage whutohoal4 baaxpeciod ftosaoa
copies any who kaowaaothlas .It-6a' : J ,
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i1 ""s1bov. prInts touch subaqqberi or legs pain in the bead or bone; mercurialrheumatism. and again of the efficacy of this valuable medicine be bestowed upon them shall be without regard to caaipanilvely.or awdldaa ot rtt.set t It iaqilreapmoaofoaMeiprtoaeeioeookaadMrvoaf- ., .' -tlHI\- ..- \

f..,Five copies for tesfdolUn and an extra copy of r .strictures,' rravel,- disease arising -but not until recently have 'we bad any toU or ezpe Htf -'-. -
*!th*Book, and two oft t above engravings to I from youthful excesses Or imparities of the blood, pos1tivepreofwhich'. could induce u ,'to speak I i. BUFFINGTON.?&'?COX. eves eossaKia deeeat ai.sL Bow muck saora hapetMi1ltttmttaa DRUGS- CliXMlCALS, b. -
toy
the constitution has become fairly of It. But, from fact In our possession panoMwko ataattUtan .. J f -
":'lb. th flat i whereby : enfeebled. ; we 0t6 .saediciat !.L .
person sending; all treated with -. are now well convinced that,without JACXSOTTTUJC. .,., l&tf-lltf ". :
ltElfven boilers and extra are success. : any excep* H ., ." > : TO PH1 $ A" .PP aa '
tor.went1'
the copier fWk tbw ot.Lb., :' Ht who places himself under the care of Dr..K.: lion It is the SArIS nXASAirmr, and naT 'ip Tht Richmond Republican win please oopy' WXAX $nomeRt Are Kwrxzxrss rrtTzau ,. -C0171l'ra11 J v
eopyof ;an* & B oveengravings .
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may religiously confide in his honor U'a gentle !compound ereroffered to the public, for the cure theabove until forbid. ) should knew well' tbewedkal awperttoa af ateabv taa "
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t the Clab. : !;. !
the eading 3. oimpMtfolly
4 person mauandcondenUyrelyszpon1IaskIfl call chronic cUaeuea 'tulaa'and scrofula MMVtaaMrof eeeorlat aad eoaeo.lIaIIq.swana iri-EjUEl JtBKas -
; ';Aay' person aendbix -1- oollars' in advance,I I claD -fr .' ssspbysl.. ..: 1. and all impurities' of tat ,blood together with )' : tlftaea/atoo aa aneaslva knowledge of tie vwtoasdiaWaH !? their frit ftock*f

*y $, for ItIDO an4 W51willbeenUaedtoany. {:Perwns'at S dlsUnw may MdrinTDrlC) many other complaints., > *,. .. MAGNOLIA. HOUSE, waka *tha aomaa synsavaad. how to adapt 1011ci'R- '
alfovoftb. ab9T.'tD .lh' ? 'I ---' MaMdtototlMeadlseaMt -, ..,
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-Itbuo 1ozaIltoennmarbcl. i = 1e'i
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; : "; by letter(post-paid )and cored at home ,4 agt Is r., 't 4ZI'J.UGUSflNE. } ILiaea meet llaMa apthiaibtuaass ka G U( t
f '.4' tnolti PACKAGE" or, ', one cf nOlttlu and IoItn&ID."enclera*' thai "t "I paw
JIM' MEDICINES 'DIREC- "
nd allffm. we 1.la.wouded 1Iuu'..to kladto hope la thadpalrlat Rayizi "N.tr wa 'N....Market
1 *: .TION&Jtc.,forwarded by*endinr remittance, hardly dan; recommend valuable; discover/; rrOtlS wn known tstabUsumeQt oat oi ben*to ntsra health led .sad o' it .
dolUrt advance t'eeuO1VUesPnpa1MedJ.
far twenty to ,ten'oop ei of tit from from DAMAGE OR CUft the Medical Science, Jest Jeopardise oar ret- ,;. J- late andirgon thorotgh repairs,an< sail i lb.crashed aid bmkeaj sad to baatoh Mtnatty UaaI with it
::1tI ilL4y> Book win b* eJU. wd a copy of either of t 1rm1.v I : tatlonfor incredulity and consistency; bat in this ; I Unow reopened for tat rtcepUoiof.eom5Brii7" 01.0 DR. JACOB TOWW8XNO ha tQUQS'r .sad. e.cin'iw'' dealer toex- itt

:jj bove magnUIcenJ p nti;sent to each snbscri- *'Bookseller. New.Agent, Pedlars,':C. Instance we hesitate:not*to 'hasard,the!remark "* ,' y-f ..' 0.. "V- POUND Ute ptagy4 mesas Is king ". amin* oar OD.maJf!alsewhere.rfnew t:
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I .and aa extra,eopy oqt Mi Lsdy'aBooksndai, vaseen and all others supi1le4'wjth- above whien we bavt made abOT:B*-* *.tJrt.< *tf, w' -,.The weD earned reputation- which"this- House I "Gwtad;, iYenal' Conceurtd,; mea4J. .u.u.
? priDC to the person seeding the (: ;, work r Jo* rate, .r1f4 .1\\ (Hartford Review; \ .has aoqmlred U U tht Intention of tat :1 -Reedy _.,' .. ...n .
n4lK *eWwkitbVpleae.. .. | rj present pror : DiiSTaidrMdl a**** >.1aenI UTO/M
.- '. I.. _f .-'w _: '. H ;. : A "' .tor&onataIn.'. Widd iii_i'aa4-; irwa..fafl'se5 | aay
oJ For thirty dollar we wUEsend ten copies of th. ...... SoRTHiioA'r. Viif H" .thai* tatrfeoow to the 4aso. ftishny
Book and thirty oO iot '.JA B.Io'mi.; icADEY.l: to' .;: ..: ';'- :-'r "- 41 rrn ,) 1r..1 ,j ?-A Every 'acoommodaUoawiHlb' Textend. d to '.-_. ."."' .uay.IesiLsaeko. ., ..., ". !,IJr.-,PJftaI.' .UJIIU1.' att orders tr ft41jpatcb. ; an .=

"f 'mN11ttrthe&bonen-: ;; .__-8 CONTERM:'of"thto:institution 'The following wan'extract fromm letter this aetit.house Invalid desirable., travellers It U situated,and facing others the wffl south fine :.. : e. .t Power to;ile l.rintlpal .' .y "'. ->'-'| *&*ra7? .. > 'h.

crl i :>BoOk1We t7.A, vf :-lrLwiD commence1 on Monday next September eeiTed; .rpm ;r Mrs. Sevan, whtt./ ad <-beenaiaicte48eTenaye with dark piaxsas 178:feet Jonjr with court yart -+ .CfnwlM Kuwfrat, H. T..mlJ"; One of ,.pte*' p *tmjt? iMate r nlar PhytiJord -

-** :' "Eaoh'qqrtero-oI2 tekt-t 'original rate rswJtb. ; Scrof Toua Ulcers? In troht.and protected from northeast windsThe : : an= U St or.\f gvaalMof '

tI: [ parlor print Tht When paymeirtxU-wWKfc 'ttrietlyi*. adotuut, Dyspepsia Ice, and eentlyiui'utjftctipo 'Of room'art ellgiWy titaattd,large,;and'alrr. tht .. JFdr Bdc by FERNANDEZ-- "BISBEEAuc. .. w. repctfuliyTn"Ke" t '
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..4. Death-bed. of WwIeV?ewtain many portraits; Misses wJD be received for,period of 11 week the {bioat an4.cbcs ";1j ; ; kjlldlii*b tons.&e.1beIig ueiur.b. >uiltorwfrftdisUtheaMdplA 23-tf ftJi.ckaon"i11e;E. g, I !wbo11"r Tij r indooaatryBMrehaata ._

W..l7 preacliI .Ia amphitbeatre': eon- in each term, at following rate**: ;* 1iuJ : t5rd'Jw :"In a word, U 1"Dr. Ke e >i fo
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himdre4s of figures,and cost'en* thousand Readlag Writlng. Arithmetic and. Orthogra. 1Y.i : t i*butttexpessly for fteporpoee. 'r' '" * ,",4 :: ,..Notice.Tb. standard and '
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five bnndred dollars lofiUln avkit. ,America ph -S. ., .,.".: .I it; .00 7'Mean.'A;B.KD.8amaf Befort o ten4jusing With aM.1II&D7. I&vantagNeomb1uedtbi rt-# -. beerl r'bij ''aS'sg nt a'be lti t : ]= ; j *.

jrf QaUed by:Wtidamf .. f largo Unt.engrav. ;-:Tht abov*.with Geography. and History,' 00 your &nsparfll& 11I7' suffulflgu were >? .tp >prietre sMri.ifD vJsa surei thuse PR ; tU 1 ptaJ j u I.
fer '1 >g,and eott bondred dollar* :The e,'-witt English Grammar?and Natural moss past expression; nr throat WM tompletolvslotra how that fhertxtrtloniwiaS bt -,> j rutq- 't ." : _Nt'' "''
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t* tograva. "Genr4'r and Old WhiUy" &ICneeZlbc1ude&1' : --7",--i4 ::'Jt'jfl 00 I w.4reacWtaJ please, eiv to.\or&taiMJ.*War.and for r<' \ u.
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U oo of tbo largest of jib*Qtoeral Taylor L' Ki 8B W'ALL?; l'rbaofpaL' fmusnOy weeks together atl Iffi Sot speak '. f-jtf !,t;: P1UPR1tTOLvAvsi MUI ." "': ... t It't.tl J. N 'J e. ,
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