The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: April 25, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
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System ID: UF00079922:00035
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S5"I 'N' was taken; arid'then' the'"gieat4 spirit'b.America : aDd beame aeithsgroarthand '" amiJthermiJ ;
p_' 1 r. .. ,(1 "p'i' 1 rlL'N t tberteeolatioUjTadoptedby,4hi'&nate ;released from her shackles'butslup ". tenygrowii ; J At IengtHthe'acting bf the ar ?'rit? W..amdeDIed ea-u" ,ice Q ortaitt'. E
attained)s-glantmig! and "
ACTto carry Du)6et'lhe| convention oft the occat .f { : and made her bear wasinelind lenwneatsof mortality, and 'to the a'theth s q I.f p
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; incumbent; prostrate tyrattbtmsly to .Ha .-riaat of his '
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Between the United State aid the Emperor Mr; Holmes; of ..SoothrCarolina.jose.awiaddres8ed.tbe : condition, :and stand 'erect before.thepeople Be .t dace deigned 'Is'eeaJ;. olio. eve ebb ,the tide oi life began to tioo, a Ttgotot edncatiunl A'rectB* 5 aad' t-,
Ye'-'p but sir. with .confidence in devotedness
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; v>fi Brazil,'of the 'hvet ty- ervth day of House as follows 5siny -?r rb .of the'world, and shake fair:spear in dig4fib'' 1 ? 'stocsinof the tttnea of his powen-wj1h of the Or wrofe'a did parposeia tit bi I.
lk.rraaeeaouanese ,
<-Janeary,' in the yeaTduAftd| eight. ;Jteco ea, }(:' er tplenSn duty .bold defiance In that.war; his counsels tbete: <. .'flitmangled' ', alatmwalk dangers which e; .his jhysieal natore, i > hie,photo'. l Seiiatotiilsaute tbetevirsealamn' : ; .

::hundred and forty-ninej s !fL ; to announ e 10lhis Hb s the'deceass'bf the contributed asmncb; I-am.informed, 'those .. p At attention of theSoatb,msell but whhout: ''regard L.to his.own. sufferings in )uuy a dar=e ., sue.trtbof _._
&jt i Mtc&i*tit sAal&nd Hmue } Homjrable:: ohi C:.Calhoupi; Senator1 f of my/man. tor its final,saccesa.,J At'a.period DO Jess active} than*those"whom'?he-thai the; eiieeu"ierenabkinthe midrt fa eaiotemplated'ice'1s.1M. '

Repratntativaoftke' Un4td&alts: S ofjbnerico e..s.tafecf.'S9uth C .*.'-He.upired at when our troops/ pn .tbe:frontier,>'nderth aroused, ''andj at/length
..1& Cotgmt nmoiMccUThM. the President his"lodgings in.fliis'cityyesterdajrroorntnjf. command of.the, Governor' -New Yorkitere'aboouo St&1eedless of danger,

ct the United States,, by d' itb the advict at stven'o'etock: Vie
and consent of..thejSenat4.sh l appoint onecoaamusronehoee the I YlDgJ hesleeps the'eleep of along writtenjtb Ilr;:Madison thai sacral Constitution-whose every' precept he: of that'world' witibow impartially. be stampred my be permitted to retmefad>''that it was ia.ourieboolsoflearninr .
Jut.:Jt;fb&l 1) be to re night .which) krioiwa no:dawning The eualchich' be hadf exhausted his: own credit,-and the had imbibed, whose'every condition be had npon'it. s ** '- *?3f .:t.* abd&law' silos.1__

ciTe eamiaeaad, .dectde"a. all eachtimeaamybepreeenttdtc : rpset.s6; brightly.pVjhis"morning[ ; .credit, pf all those whose resources he could adaired-, Sir/altbougb hostile fleets.floated St r,'wbea bisbeahhbegin: gradually',I. tlaa trained irp lot Ute tit*IOllt abV which

] > .m.and'prosided -: brought to him no healing its beam*??', tommandj'and.,his, means were 'exhausted,, incur'watre"and Dannies.threatened recover,bis-e tb ,'against.lbe waited him in the ot the ate.chamber1. r/
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for by/.the eonveBtioit. between" the Wethe Repfesentatives'of ''our'/State.'/ :and- unless short period money waS :sent cities,* he'quailed not;;and,:at1'length.>th advice of his friends,,into the Senate,chamber .. 'Korean'we i' bosrv nod: ;

XJaited-.States anal the Eoiparor.. of Brazil l, cometosorrow.overtbIdeadi} bnt'the Tin on to invigorate'the troops,the war must end, pleasing Taation can. to'him and to the ;and there, with a'manKness of purpose l bow intimately was t ia .
eoadoded at Rio de Ixbetr i the twenty toe and the/life: and the Barnes( -of"the deceased and our country bow 'down' to aricforioisfoe country, like balm to tbe wounded feelings with a decision'bf tone,' with a :clearness of entire or deliberative of: the>GoV. '
-nnth, 1.of January" in !the :.year one were .not
Aonsand eight hundred tend orty-nine, ac. bounds; but standing on",the broad manse became ,sb disheartened, ;that.he- assembled the people of:: tb South were freed from ana,overthrew J antagonists,one by one, atat. ; -'.

cording tbe merits of the jjsevcral jcases, of this Confederacy, he gate his .genius 'to his counsellors and asked for advice and onerous taxation,,and the North:yet -left to as they came np to.the attack.;';Bat,4weak- The I losa'ol aurli a moat +' erafea>.Cjeee' ..*
,aad the principle*of justice ad equity the the.States, and.his heart to'hl entire conn- aid, but advice and aid i they had not to are. enjoy the''fruits'of heriiidastrv;-and 'to'progress coed by tie'strife,'although he retired Tictofnous .Bible ga ';in the 'public I ft ''To- tk I** : ,r

.hiw of nations aad the -Htip ations of .the try. Carolina will not therefore, be'suffered At length Mr. Dallas, the ,Secretary or the !. in,her glorious 1 advancement i in all thai encircled. with laurel wreath befell State.wbich.be rep n"'r'.ir; t"1If :.; T t

said convention. ..And & ,,shall also be to mourn her honored son in secret cells and Treasury,;-said to Mr. Madison, You are is virtuous ra industry. and elevated in'sen. :. exhausted by his own efforts and soon of country with which bJpru opecoliarij- -. ..-. ?
appointed by the President,.\and with the solitary shades ; but her'.sister States will sick;.retire,to your chambef1: ; leave.tbe rest timent. '. *. expired oa'the plains.?'And-now:; where isbe identified,,no stranger ton; $< 'ftldDna .* Jl1.. ,

ad rice and consent of.the Senate, a clerk..to4tot gatheraround her in''this palaeeior.the'nation to u!.,. I will send .to .the .Capitol for the But he limited not his scope to our domestic Dead: dead" sir;.lost to. his country and, to attempt words of adttf V4. k.

under the .eomnjasionir ui the performance and bending over that bier, weep as she youthful Hercules.who hitherto has borne horizon'He looked abroad at our relations his friends' Bat kt us hope that:the e &uat W ; .

of the duties frescr W:;y this act- weeps, and mourn,with the deep afflictive the 'war upon his shoulder, and he will with the nations. He saw our increase Tor Lim.no Uth 'bluing hdrth.b bnrn, without a"botesom cad"he&nr otenc ,.' s'lr;
And the commissioner and ckrk shall, be- mourning,of her heart. Yes sir her honored counsel ns a remedy.. Mr. Calhoun came. of strength. He measuredour-, resources Nor wife nor children norfi thaQ he behold," upon the troubles of the tnejj .Let' a* Led
dare entering tin their offices severally take son-honored in the-associations of his He advised an appeal to the States for the and was willing at once to settle'all our difficulties nor sacred home.' But he shall shortly rest tie voice,which comes to ti an. boUCas i

aa .oath well andt faithfully tj perform the I birth, which occurred when the echoes and loan of their credit. It seemed as if a new with foreign powers on'.a permanent amid.his own native bills, with no dirge b tthe' individuals aad'as public > SOT sol +et

Aines: thereof. the shouts of freedom bad not yet died along light had burst upon the cabinet. His advice >basis. With Britain we had causes of contention .rude music of. the c winds.and, after earn and signal a provida tlot GcL.s. ",

; :his native hills,v born ,ot .parents who had was taken. The States generously .deep and 'long' standing Here- awhile; no tears'to moisten'his. .grave .but its remember that ri paseet 1M s
.Ste.S Ae said commissioner sbill Jet and .be is straggles, and fought in the battles for liberties of fearful import We were engaged in avail ought before be departed hence that But though dead be still Kvetb;;'be 'livethin vain are the personal stqfcand' partisan.- ";

hereby authorized. to makajalj needful rules : -seemed as if he were baptized ia the war with a natioa whose resources wereample these questions' should be settled for a ha the hearts of bn friends,'jn the memory contests. In which we' dailv "- f IA.TJIW'o -. f

cad regulations ,not contravening the laws I very fount 'of freedom. Reared amid the while ours were crippled Our tion's honor and a nation's safety.. He fat... of his friends in the memory,of his services, f. then great aaoaat'rrhk t... may" 'eo ICICm

.I1he land or the provi ion. of the said hardy scenery-of nature, and amid the stern ships-of-war, few in number we/e compelledto tered not. I know,(forl: was present) that in the respect of the States, in the affections be called] on'to render! AetL '. exclaunof -. y,

caKventkm or this aCt for t tar'ing .the said pious and res"ed' population, nnsednced go forth on the broad bosom of'the deep, when the Asbbnrton treaty was about to.be tbe devoted aflections'of that' household he ,"in. 'consideriBg', 3"QfaB&cm .' CraisnsV;

aartnmssion_ ito eflect. IjS yet by the temptations,'and unnerved by the to encounter those fleets which,had signalized made-when there were. apprehensions inthe'cabinet'tbat cherished.:'He will live in ihe.tomes':of koauawn rpc&' ft.f ':.r' 'ftll"-

.A d be iifurtkertn&ttd, That all ,luxuries of.life,'he gathered from surround themselves at the, battles! of. Abort er andTrafalgar'and'annihilated it would not be sanctioned Timer as they shall unfold their page, rich wno% d t'naan aorfnu co$4r. .t .

", >doormen ts, or ofhe|papers which ing objects, aiid from the'people) of his association ; the combined by the Senate- ''member: of'that'"cabinel with virtues, to the eyes o$,the:yet nnborn. Finally,'sir; let' us' fin a"bbnd of Ls

oware ill-or hereafter daring the continueace .that peculiar hue' .and coloring navies of FraDu and,Spain. Bat there was called to consult Mr.'Calhoun, and to ask if He lives and'will continue to live, for count brotherhood and'of Union 4jjhe'cherished/ | ,

of ibis comBissioa.' eay Saome into thepaseeeiooioE.the !which"so"transcendently marked his lifeUnfettered .- an in ward'strength? there was 'an" undying he would rive it his generous support. Tb less ages, in the advance of that'science to memories of those'who baf,&ne.tdelea b"cad ;

; .Jkpartswntj;of. State in by'the restraints,bf the schoolhouse confidence-in the hearts'bf a free people ;' reply of Mr. Calhoun".at' that;
ttklion to the said claim,ahajJ be,delivered ,.he wandered in those"regions'which and they went forth" to battle, and to con. eminently satisfactory, ,ian4fits"annonciatibBto in the disentbralment of man from tberestrictions the day shall never corebeep.. New i- ""

"to she rnnnr?ilioneri if ."r. sarronnded his*"dreUing, unmolested and quest. ., t I the cabinet gave assurance to*the distinguished of government, in the freedom of >z red rata relay Dot ape J lf ftatDalD a ,.

4.grid-:itccmranskmer .Jrt : 'outThai into cl those solitarythonghtin' : J Sir'the'eiaali t of anna. and the .shouts' ol Secretary of State, who ''M emi& I iniercburge: f liations; and* kindredsj sod, of the South,' whether the. kblr. -':.ct

6e to M''apgoiifed. under this ling through'her.migbtir.f oreslswhich! p ve .. victory had scarcely died along.the dark wa. I neatly had conducted this imncTtant negotia tongues, which makes oar,:'common mother among the UfW, aa of Anie3&a: :trod. riel- f
act rtiall forthwith after bti & wiatmenf atleal that pecalof cast '01t:tolnking: an4.reflection ters"of.the 1'11he'Tar1i the plainsof tion. He at once considered,the' work ai earth throw 'from her' lap bounteous low countrymen, l r':.j "

at the city of WashTnjjto, khd'organize tol: is mighty..spnl.,.'He: was. among a people ., Orleans had lust'gone oat with a blue of finished;,for it is the union of action in the plenty onto all her children. And may be, Tenable rose-and i&ic{Mr1S1ea1rQ .
eeam heion,and pnxe4l t. execute the who knew but few: bopks;'and:ovawhose glory-whenallieyea, were..iDstinctivtly intellectual as hi the physical world that that with the example set to other nations in responding to" the' .,. ., J""rf -I k.ba e .

4a6es-hereby Jebnfided, "to;'hit: >, and shall minds lekniTnghai.not thrown ,turned toJLhisyouthful; patriot :who rbad : .moves-the spheres into harmony. "' there shall arise union of thought d sentiment mad tiy the gentl tJa Cary+ +
ge notice in one ormore of tb> newspapers j its'effulgence..But! they had TeBiblg] ;'-and rescued his country,in the dark hour of her I : When that.treaty was before the Senate ;'and that, the'strong ties of interest; ( r: HolmeS) I perform : '.

-- \ la the tit/of"Wish< gton.Sd, D4nda with s'PJ.OOs parentst"be afhered rich lore, _l. -I-Ir.'MO Dsferredhim'td his it was considered jn*:eeuet"aestlqn; and :1 I and the silleD'cords of love, 'may"unite'the choIy of5ce Did J co nly. iirid4taetaar I 1'mgs.. a

i other Be wipaperspul islisir elsewhere; which..'surpasses that.of Greek' ; of Roman Cabinet; and-npontbatoccasion,.eo confuse.! never. shall forget r:that,:sitting upon yonder hearts of ai V until from the ontinents and I f would be silent.- In the d7b f eDcl :of.thi>

vsiie may deem necessary'; :o&bisj\ :;appointdnent afory: ..t.ah'age:whien youths aregeaeraU'prepand'to was the Department, so complicated and his side of the 1I0Ul5et,the colleague of Mr.. Cal the isles of the,sea, there'will .come:up .thegjafnlation building we hue just hea rd-pfce' k '" -

to examine and c1 tr claims; ;scan the:classIcsVThe.wasyetnnmitiated.in ordered-tilt Mr .Wra..Loondes.,a friend i ;'to houn=whtfaf tharthns was Wot on social of voices,.thai misgle with eloquence two Tenerablckniiyisb'nr, ,"
iaJ requiring the" ;: odtieevtbetr their: rndite n ta 'Under>ihe CaJboun'advised: Jaw vagaTost risking i terms .th'him=-mf friendr'tbehoabTableMr. the, choral song of the angelic host"Peaceon Stators,**m.f.T r- JL*-' ._. \roodeampat\' &

iJenns: and feDC iatl' the1 said tuition*of the Venerable;D6ctor'Waddle,his the hightonofs hiTnad achieved pot this .Preston,',whose heart throbbed with an earth;good will to aH mankind.- .-' ,; riots: Tbdrnamesbeloag tct eir1eoutri

claims m pteeented'f 'with. reUtiv,>and Friend'*he"cqulckly- acquired ; floorior the oncertainTrctories of as Execo- enthusiastic love of aU;that,.is.elevated- I move, sir, the adoption of 4he following as well s i hisj'and 'Ithoa: Bfcif white* e ,' .

4H onvenieat despatch tie same "bate-tbat- entleman; was;kble to >impart live positions ,But-noi man had'pondered left bas seat in the Senate,and came to resolutions .. .-. was-speakingv'of.tb.valianf wi&Tvwj dotted t .ir

,mad the evidence relating'jerito :allowing and even;then began tode"elop.those.1DistA.ty more thorpughly'tbe depths of his.own jniwl seat'!1ft the House,'saying-"l'jnOSfriT i'Ji tJolMlJrhai Udt&vse bar'heard with is:araror'who,:colic tr posse i''tie:gun of y,::" 1o'vith

.ciIX fa theprouaefion'.ol a&itionaLevE. powers: of) clear.perception,, rid analysis, and the purposes of Jbis owiij heart=seine today fetluigs;,MrCalhonn ,hat.a'1i1ftJCb. deep.seneibilit .-lhe.aonouncemeht_at :die 'whom he had hroken lances anJ .
deicer u1Je"ahaU e D e r-' .H t. px61 *.ted' gaick.comDreben8i'i vast reneralizatioh' fi'r} W'IO. well.the.uMa--.Atlftl._.._:I\.ItNW H/II'16 i dL'baaeu1 :tae-in'of.tJM death of;the Hon.John C. .a Sena" m p..I.1III'tIJI .l 7' '
just rend 'and thereafter shalT fctify.iht':. same, He remained'ucuay bat eifVuffatKfuyiistinguished. a very be resolved T ---.I"accept, and.4id.: He related all the Senators have collected around tocon"ratulate' Ruolid That as''testimony of respect rotor:and his bond' Hei-ftoife. spirit ha*, ; .

award the ratable ''pmpdtfibns oTthe atahis. school and returned to! me what wasextreinely..eharacteri5tic; hinand I have: come out to for the memory of the deceased,the members led"needs no "iflbrt -of its.. e er tf:pate hlame *

several claimants in the sums o4 money and to sbof his time rustic employments., But the again spirit he went into, the Department, but becamenot express 'my emotions' and declare'that be and officers of the House will wear the usual on",.'I.b"t'page -History: ; pot'. .ra.ooW

interest to be received and{| tb' stipulations I bad been i\\"akened-tbe inspiration bad of it for a."hile. He gave no..directionsbe has covered himself with a mantle of glory." badge bf mourning for thirty dafsvItetilocd any zntoyywhieh.1 1 li I.f./t prxtooa .
JL the convention aforesaid aW within onefrom.the That the of this swell the vast tide of wiai will flow
;, from and he .- let the machinery move on by its. own .Sir, after a while- he retired' from Congress proceedings pratfe 1
year [ time of the.ktte iSince of the come like to a spirit on.high: ; time he with but the accident onboard House, in relation to the death of the Hon lerennially from a nation's grrtHode. The'reat
In the unfortunate
mean gathered ;
commissioner hi : ashint"IoL felt that within him were found treasures impetus. ; John C. be communicated, to the American & laic faDen
call tie c1YV that minuteness which characterized him, the Princeton; which deprived: Virginia of Calhoun statesman w| > by'
unfold. :
the conynJaJpon be shall I IaocllenDiDat that learning was essential. to He of the deceased the Clerk., the stroke of has left thex' ?
and,organizing he hastened : all the facts connected with the working ofthemachinerywith two of her.most gifted sons, members of the family by ; death impress of t t 3
the said gathered up his patrimony, to Resolved That this House will attend the lismind the
completei fhe.fiutmi.bf cabinet ) suggested the recall of upon generations Sitooog whom r
(CDCBnission., :\ ; the College of Yale, and there under the which that power of combined..general Mr. Calhoun immediately from -retirement- ia private funeral of the deceased in a body; and.as a Relived-.has given to pos :qdtthe} mines'

:scc.'5. And 'be it furtlrr qutfUd, That tuition profound:of theologian'that accomplished Rev. Dr.scholar Dwight and he together ization, in one was" ysteai so remarkably,- all the detached life and the shades of his own domicil, to further mark of respect for his memory, thatit af his recorded thoughts to H tbeiiJ' ;
do with intellectual we3hh-Ja I ktt'euiQ. t
*&e Secretary of the Treasury e w33 cause the l instituted thebureaus individual aid the country in great exigency His DOWadjOUrn.Mr.
the first the imparting a. .
became in a short period among parts; ; the
Winthrop rose to second the resolutions pIe of purity and patnotisd of Jvhich;
sad interest tbereoa rfcyible to the to each, and nomination as Secretary of State was sent .1 h
amey the in responsibility requiring f'-c'--" .
foremost indulging not in} enjoyments, I : '" '
Deiced States IB pursuance bf J J said 'eonyection the luxuries, and.in.the dissipations a college from them that responsibility in turn to the Senate and'without 'reference a offered by Mr. Holmes .and proceeded wearied. eye may -. .I .lth.. ., .,.',

,tobe, duly receive fi cttheimpeciial : with toil but uniting them all in beautiful harmony, Committee, was unanimously confirmed as follows: W gese aapeia the +t.'t ; <, ,
but severe, with ,
life energy that the
ot when he that I am not unaware;Mr. Speaker* When, neither fafltr .r .aj. :
Brazil and to Sir he arrived here. perceived
Government Jjiipsferred unbending, with :devotion.to his studies, be anl creating tn the workings a perfect unity. voice of New England has.already, been Nor dopicable Ute.For .1
tae Unwed in sucfa.nkAer hemey work the Southern in imminent peril l L .
Slates as did that from country was 't'
of And so complete come than acme
became (to QM the language a contemporary heard inj its most authentic and most more forty y >!
to-day ,
deem mostadvantareoas ip'dj best;and I that this time there has been and that the arts.and intrigues of Great '
) "a man among boys. In a conflict his bands, <, in,the other wing. of ,this conspicuous in our hist "ra it"the'lose
'the oett proceeds thereof to'; in in It Britain were about to wrest from us that imperial impressive tones .
brgtcposited intellectual with his great master, the keen no change'material this department. But it has been suggested to me, of the revolutionar aetr n e'wsa' innlmatuntyto'guide
lIb anry, and the'namea': erebyap&irojriated of Dr. Dwigbt discerned the great qualifications i. has passed through' the ordeal of another territory which:is' now the State of and Capitol.the has met with the prompt the ',i'd eia ofhis:
eye suzgestion
to the awards i iKgfxvor of thealarmaah rear and it still remains fresh and without Texas. By, his. wisdom and the exercise contesi 4 I
pay which marked the man, and prophesied est assent from own heart, that here also, pantry in OUT second w.. :Eazlaa. ;
i herein. provided t dr. J g.t. g.;! of He knew that if of his great administrative talent., the intrigues my *
the.hon rs. that have fallen in his symptoms decay. we that voice should not be altogether'mute on NeYerunmiadful of her dahis; t Ufcra hun, he
'Sure. And;le it further' ;.1 derf; pathway ; He was solitary and associatednot were to have wars,' we should have the of Great Britain' were defeated, and this occasion. bas devoted a long life to lii :;;aP ,vial and!, i

sort the termination of the i iiiiseiion the mach with bin class. Hejndulged his science to conduct them and be therefore that portion of the sunny South'" was soon The distinguished person.whoee.death has closed it, like a gaUantj 1wiwiorHfitItus ,; e

nissioner shall report to fib4retary of propensity .to solitude; he walked among directed his attention'to \West Point, which annexed to this Republic has been announced t nsnT.the resolutionspf [ ',armor bncklad on hun. i iath snide, ''

tttate;'a list of the anrdsm'.y; him, aof tie elms hat;surround that ancient college; fostered' by his tare"became the great school With the commencement of ,Mr. .Folk's the Senate, belonged not indeed,''to as.- no conquest of this conqnehpf;.f no:n;the: t

.'certified copy bf which sha!!) b.l tt..nsmi r read in the cells in the secret shades of that of' tactics and m military discipline, the benefits administration,' .he.; retired ,once more.from it is not ours to pronounce his eulogy; It is lives in fame,though.not in 4&f 'Tha oily't

pytbe Secretary of State to o( 'tation,-be felt that dawning on his mind of which have so lately been experienced in public life but he" 'retired voluntaril wenrelate' ,Mr.the not ours,'ceramty,'to a propriateltrs.fame. amt,sir,, which he everVeofflw' lID- :

Lit Treasury-whosb Ihl'reta'1| which was to precede the brighter and tbegreater the Mexican campaign. 1. Buchanan (for; I me'might took'as the embrasure Bat it is ours to bear witness to his character, pulse to great and honorably* Us-a fame

hey tnay be",received: day;.and raising himself from the But, sir, having finished, this .\work, his fact called upon me to and said ,MI to do justice to'hie rirtue,.to unite in 'pay.ing which none.can'despise whqbK.Bot. re- T
-fck the perfl!*f>"in whose mal savor 1r'amcm. I bare bi%midc, all wings of contemplation to heights sublime, eat object on which to exercise its powers. am to be Secretary of State; ihe Presidentappreciates heartfelt sympathies-as .F"1J- ""w- w least some relief to our heirt jnow bawng -} k

aratms of money received in+' twjlrcaiury oft and wielding'his flight along the zodiac; He beheld the Indian tribes broken down by the high talents of Mr.'encircled Calhoun by those.who have been called.toranstaaa'; o- with sighs at this dis *f Heaven; Tfor

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and.thiract. accofjdii 5itp the prorportioo of the- college became his'weed,and departing wasting.away :before the" vices,'and acquiring danger. upon the and Oregon to qnestion him the missionto .,We have been told,'sir,by more than one listorr names; his was one U.| ';them=-'r #""
which thenspeetive a TWRls bear.to .thence with, the blessings and'..theUnedjctibns none 'of the vrrtaes,; of the white man. Calhpunr tender adventurous navigator, that it,was worth all mortal that were & .J
the wbolerimooatteceryedi. $t I'deductingThat of venerable instructor,'he His beart expanded with philanthropy as the Court of St. James-special transfer or.general of the privations and perils of It'protracted voyage Jl his early'history the gei 'tishel'xded I' i
be a : a bis j tabs d t
ydeeFmine-wlth me has
.AIDi : nooey asnay Ida to the repaired fora short period to'tJie school' ofLitcbfield extensive the human race.. He immediately as to'bis charge.' beyond the line to obtain;even a. paIing spokenfoi rnoiK -
Unned States f rom,:persons:in!Iffrose -favor4b and there imbibed those principles conceived the project of collecting.them the 9ngon'question entirely how the muscles of view of the Sauthtfn.Crotbat great seed not speak;be'familiarJt i Iatlertimes. Yivingi
sbafibe'madat did the said nation of transferring them to:the Never can I forget of'the" Southern hem isphere.- and,will : rorld. t
>award* of the common law,based upon the rights of into one bo., his ereat constellation -44dr' L
; "eye.rolld. :
his face became tense ; .
oft a Treswyaliali use eertift- manind throwing a cordon around the other side of the great river and freeing the termsof the We can imagine, thenj t.lwoo1dfbe'1bemotions o'J 'f
.heaba1l from temptations and the as be received Eroposal. who have enjoyedthe Du, s r-t,propose to say .
\ isso d4n inch
ia1esio faiawige British and tbe American citizen. He left, them at once he If. the of those alwaysr ,
jprtseribe, showing the pro ,10 which and upon ,his'retarn home'was"grated by cupidity:of the.Christian raee.1 e- "No lirt'DO., ( replied.clustered) into light of that'!.magnificent luminary,..and ior in his 8t-1L 'Early "wrater; -S
: of 'all were health a'nas
syb,claimant may h.amount. the glowing presence of his .friends, (who .Sir be did not remain,Jn office to accomplish embassies' Europe take it at this' time.mycountry.is who have taken their daily,and;their nightly rf IW9 his iaffing .ql h

"to be received,' and ot the pPn tion of the had beard from distance the glad tidings of this great object. But be had laid its one, I would in not here ought to be the direction. m its refulgent rays,: if.; it there obis friends wklf A'sevamiplieated :erea. 'bar-

mud eertificatesatlbetreasuryl*": the nettprleceeds bis studies and his success. He, took atonce Foundatioa, 8O.deep. ,he bad spread ont his and danger;will I stand?\ .Sir be suddenly blotted out f mom the:ky. ':;* bun Tor an es. :{vt.bhi.
; of the;trams to be' f 3ved 'under his position'among his neighbors. He plans so broad, 'that?be has reared to bun- negotiation Iisfarin here but the President" ,m Such.":and 150 deep[;caa.zeonceivetobe tisquaTified 4t with 'irbieb'rIRapa'diatingn :
retired erMl ** .
*rae convention and thisaet.maK.fe received, councils of the State in the establishment, of that people, a to ; the emotions at this bour of not a few o| M
was sent by them to the ; self his inaugural! bad indicated so strongly his I d l him p+ e .
sfec proportions' thereof shall Jyvrj-eid to the and there amid the glittering array cf lofty brighter monument, :more glorious trophies assertion the, entirety of the Oregon' ibe.honored friends andassociatep.* whom.< If beanie.tndmately, 'ua1' ;boa i

JecU holders die said ca ifir.IZ'ed. Intellects and ennobled characters;he became than .can ( plucked upon the' plainof, bad iaspintea toe.. pcopwoi IA. the.W eat see around me.' "T. has- 'been.erer.0M- i mind andabove .all. ivrtkI .beart-r
"' yjagt&iThatcompensation first the first. .- Rae. The triumphs 0f war are lUiA'.U y tory: .like manner had 'Indeed no one by his bedside f 1 J'e-' '. ,j.
and ia vatchine -
among affairs
IBK&Ad1x; fttrtitr fields ,, his almost to madness bf the course.of public 'It
of the'cgnAw oner'and Bat that sphere ,was too limited for- the I desolated towns and conflagrated collection; ofthe dispirited the merchants of the East, and of tant an observer' of 'ceotury'past'ca4 fail very. f,ceased'to; fevrer ,1 'at;&1 ,.z:

rk'shallbe. tai follows f jfoi;: ., !|; rom Di. expansibility of a, mind. which seemed, to triumphs will be"seenin'the, confedera-- the North and South, that a presentiment ofgreat for a that quarter star a of the first magnitude which biamster-mindai,+d'.1Ieated) i
"_.aetatthe'rate" of. three't & &d dollarstglec'koitaand know, no limit bat.the good'of all mankind.At Indian :tribes 'constit til g a dangers stole oyer tbe:;hearts 'oftbepeople to realize a from our political firmamentLet coral feefing had 'a' tb6ee
schoolhouses wilLrn
to the"'derS 4:a tfc'rite: of the age of twenty-eight he wastranv'. lion among themselves, in the that rise with, and'*'-watl seemed:., neYif ble with has been hope struck; sir that it has only been transferred who were daded th ei e.W.f hts .

'tw0.tho>*ndaollirs. stint t..t; com. : erred to this ball Hel came not,' sir'to a in the valleys, in the churches Ir'theclear the greatest naval power of the earth .*tepelled = ns higher, ,and purer'spherei where itmay'Cshini ntial inertbntaerIt'was'4"14sbate 't
( to .
Meace Jrpai tae tjme'brthe att4 3ance'rbf the bower of ease ;,he came .not in a moment of their spires from' Hhe bill-top music 'of that theirapprebenSionS the merchants a :-with-yidimmfd', brilliancy -ipontaneonriy tat = J'Pat :: .- I !
"fJDer in the dry ViSbitcgton and a sunshine, .of ,.tranqsility; be came when sunshine 'of":Heaven. The a mWe to MrWhoaii, and bead VMr. ,'bogiesT 011' 't7 1
of the *:
sent 'a'eFgueoft .
heard in the clangor the forever .II ?vx w- i active ,U; {
: ge orranizing otlthe. comitasAw d'iaod to be the; .country was disturbed by'djisensionsfrpmifeitbuv :' triumph is. not tbrolUngof.,the drum but him again"to returato'the eoancils'of Speaierrit? i.for:(others| .io enterajnto of Bfcttvei'renderwl. .. .. h.fWJ, staaryrTec :
, )"* 5Jvj'llQ.That and pressed 'out bt'tbt peat tram!/ and generomlyteaigod.He >r aa a1UII"
. life.and seer "L2--
His '
and the nation. predecessor of MrJCaIhoBn's ,
s4'a-J a.W anvil the oetails hDIL sairetst I.
.t1 aroend
the clang of the fed .
'L. W.rnawenf powers.of Europe,* then .contending for the aweUafrom the cadence of came and wbenbeeamegtboagh.late, It is for others ioillustateandTto vindicate man :'hate bail ..
J water-wheel and ol tee friends. Tbat ; M
oail world..and nnitiag.and harmdntzing tones of 'ibe'countenances ana devoted ;
etebytotitredto mastery ofithe priocplesJIt
iUWl1DiteaSta.teaiDan beheld dismay tou '
tbe benefit be peealiwopiniooa'cud'
; mate lacb' ;for' the in this; and; this alone-tbe' destruction the nilJ<'re,..tbat rolls down'.for -{'alL' Tber'was a triumphant majority in is for his me to speak of him.;only u-br;>waaknown.to.the .a iJto'eppreciifc enlaiof_ t*'Ii tru6tt'wbida'be'utteRa ,
toBsfen tf aP
American institutions :the anhibQatioa of the red man.-, of the DemocratieY4 '-'
: .e8 6 eipenscioithe'aabe poor botb of tbisiCapitol at huge, and-tat. ally l '
1e .. : wbole paosed.not in bJa.r.or. usefulness parts were for cottntry, which he gavelsrr DothiJig lie, t; i J. rM. ,
. j'.tI' ', of American' trade. Tbe .Sir, ;, ; wbo,wins a''few excep ns without distinction ol party;who bive represettted '. t '1 0

":. -J.& ,..4iIlJ r-T--,! 11"" .. er'e i" ted,' coin seemed.:(boy if covered as I tbea with was,I well eternal remember gloom.) ': be'.WM traosferriedj; e' hair:byvtbe.votesolagratefulpeopTetotb of the secondIfficerbf arrytng out the>that easuresof the1'cre Jlr:.PpIk too few The to the country of Councils late years,'"in.'eithetvoffte of.aDd peatIbJttk me 'of-r' Bicen and. Lr; ;. ,. .:,-. ..' J.,.w.-' .

it.La"b''POO" xecated .1IS an. There he ;pre. Wbigs,' Anding b: National ;
f etasti tae themselve s
iec' tots and The spirits of the bes;meo aeemed'crushedimid'ihat the government. ds
TIr.J.JJa8 "And"eipcisYiag'or "ftheif'E.
; : impartiality j "
'the of with firmness an Mr.-CAinoun. an- >6dy :
tpiessill'e.nd sided a hen. 'J
hope maybe
I ii1&1 "eye shock.But'; .
err .
iilOI1h ass that 1tad tothe ditate .R
n. ; J.i' seated consolation in' of : tlenesemtriibta'digatty; thcSeDater\tJ1e. day. 'J .1"1 .nee =t
t found 'any prospect neonto ooonced aath ftoOr:of ,generattoa,-of A.mtncpW '" ,;>
J J' "O'-. iji the fatnte.4 Bat he Brad,.Ot.been.'long/in! dAn: yet ilSnot. tea_anto, artinl ,birm nat oa.1O' calledcthe"second .Y6ehgederal ht passinstTrom faro ll' "r

_. ... io i. .. -r. '.".,.C ilie..''eaa- .. these" balll.-befo..he..Sook..1be-guqe', and tiescated t1 ro'4p r 1De fie..f arnacthisworld. bodyof e opaters t after Jt.ahd.Te.his .,from,.the.. :.mad o esa-.nf-- _the To _. ,, <.has au. .. ..i.J.:;u, +o iiu -"y. .- his ; !* 4 ."
'f. ConstitotioWtbere peen t
. K7af .1Sicp.4is-isjt. ; fitrthcrV4ctdiThtiatict&U JDbasa60ri from ft eIgatates, : hi mends thiS IIon'se morn \ Ted mind over his weaV pysical 4 .'
the Ut
and compass oPts breadth applied 'soon aide tad ..
Jar ca' 1al1ied i$ "set of. .,.r- {Srau_ wrr, :
1IC _lQWJ'ir.: f11111U himself prose vigorously'to application of regulating\h tr'c t o 1l.the tongue him. f and to the Senate gathered around bun and 3' \ q. a poarufal'atameagine'oq ei ice"'

I _... '..m .lt ij"c.. fr. ; Inmnr assailed him i '&ttdatensecoffcialiorruptk contr the tautly" was fe., ..Re&tlOl1 trine bed: < + tenit h"qbi ; eTery feTOlQtiopbhaw ;lf'' 'i''trfoes .
** Ripnp CalamitieS inert. endaaaae.t9x the' -* ,
". 3.'e.tAppaoved h d 91,1) j
.w i .lieatmi't I aateluv .Js.J- "
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.lnaRUWi. ; oft aiscl.the republic t .
f aadia
icbair'i5lemdared'to b.d' work # ledon; dofbodB
the .
.t o. .. .'. .J !adt J ftp Indignantly i he left of r-Ttiit"'wu; he, gt '
t ". .t.W: .1' "., i .3.-! & )rarity 1"feering'with a resttictite.systeno, ,the SenatOrs ?+iwoeed'rate, jai( .the5rlt tike by i. ,.ever cnnsumtoated. .r, 7J'.<.,.if-. .," tL'Batli "\', ti tigttotia anal,OTertlalEntt od'o' sleii". o..:.y.. ".J'tr i a tbedaxy' I 'tx
eau "
; LA" came oat.of s1ii : titi J1tS ,,
; !
.. committee/aDa a bCt
-"w the if'of the people.Be : hesartotherublieabarttaslo4iie 4fNar,
> .Tery f..2..up ,From that"tirne i fqbeit-o OneEase it a Natara, '
jDbarnal of Cooiucrce aaya ,geattelaea i from there .I refined i tbetfatttsix: from&de.levene Uoi as a
: 100 e4dpwn1indj w_ that; .was atiiigbty golLd '.1io m a lt 'of the, r, ,.
;: \01 .,tro+r mei!, a liisa, f that .tesll1r, 'a'weil'bf_ ; npoo the. 10..sheds'l'thattesmi. ed h ij;tit ti'; Txifless -.. .fesatdai ateagentpa.u4vC1Bhu : t .- t'i .'
C1t a;.tlsel Ana: v> "whtchtime atignt'*8**" i.* ; and tnU..requilib' reove s t :
todjastlha-.bak fe $
3 rceeof hx coaplry bbd; speak -l> t + ? a a 'jiiog SOP11hCaroIin
" t ; .l ..
r '1'be
airiiddtlnehT'pridfrablj1ssa1N hum _:etciMc11 eciriajd a
!l D-cre; alJl1w"'reiolYJ'"iJ 'tf ter.i1"U't m; a "_ f
lboua'per .the -
: tlwr 1 ; 'be ftc1thiaZUDiO'f r J ,. t. ='
ttfsw"tIU'I1IZ ti aaaere oeeeZartfi"bit resolution" 'wb'tcb characterit : r.-1Il1t Wba'i that .. thaI purwoaw ,; ; ) -'kcrardueat ptpcw oar ettam ,
7t Lap'atdot j t': '.,.tko 'of: ;bielWitb'iMt edetgy Whicb1mpelledhlss i iYe4 that Uam aras"li S :SiSsS., bare of ten heard'1 brettthebUftbatlas; : l} ...;, -rid,'f wine d.,tt r'sy
s -alia ', n4 t tt,".'et btwtt.arltionsilof ed' .I' 1sawhateras 1D1M,'inflne 3 i'tz ebapR, beloved the oalit1'ofJ 1 .rStateIt a pa tl- ;lf,'W.Y I !n hi reJ w"-7 r ,is, ist ,
.direct 6r.hit ptttpose- .r "J -ro n'tQ'r t5e. .BIII- JO
: : .aa'dae; nJeiaa 'ierDed1'-too' a osiotbe mf.this taDcJ."t ,: tic In i h knew l 1 appti' thIt!qua itygt etted '. ", '; l ..' f .
: ..mo : ; need 'oQ.:1hia"QOr. .j.jl ''i .., ,
wi Tunt, = oacrtiak his t l trr,'b': ,u'r, it. swt
at '
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termiou, has; contained since the cbm shape: the frame-.york being of highlyburnished ; pJHEJCBS-ebjfrttimoir; QUESTION.. ,, ; 0piilOJ$ oFiJLtTSd WBBCK ,Dt.okL1Pr., :
V mencemtnt of jthis s siioaof Congress, there and ortf mental\ bias ,5wd xbeing- -Nye ettraci Uie"i lo*'jng'* ** nimenWflromthriasfK '* ford I The Mowing ** xtcfaIeUe& ml.

1, was no abatement $ Intellectual labors. glazed with stained platp" j i id .vHSL-M.. M: : -. :. : t ricii f ciiize s, nnibr c4iIoi zu St "Cotd.ce l. MaftSKlLt, *< JKew Soyra*, toCapt.tha .,

Thty Vtetc directedjiwell to the momentous which a set of ihrysUl gliis lights eiship S trh.4qcit ', \bjpnTfrsdaftieit i. ( EaSt .FIoa r0 co'troUc p( bybtheads lad jWttUr, of fflaeenaraUaf the)oe ate
t.0 questions->now aging; the public mind, ped with iinirdeW; kpleasure. ; : ... btitSy the Vise &jfcret and '
ibe 25th.J ol .. jimst
th schooner J pBtae-iu br
asto'the corapletior5to| work which embodies > rThe cost of thearttclwu over fourteen oat ;of'the-twenlry-eTtciil coun es < > Wrt.-of
pleased to perceiv very indidptioi; that it welfjudging ofIhe South. We are glad to .
I thoughts onfjtheubje.ct of govern 300. the'States There has been ,more general crew;
,will be atten4d
anmerous1y factj instances of the lat- a
4 merit in general andi onrc: own Constitution see that in many wtn -
$c't -
& adY -
J M-iX7n1 iVR -- Lpn >**f* r4r:9'R'Ur -
< ; rshmgmi1ftsl mown front and1 ,character are selected.The' % York '" 'Jostp1ir i 4
tcu byOov. velroppg uu, the- W tr the Whig press throughout spssewrc
( d'ytkkefttet1rtcfhti: : mind, and FLORIDA-. REPUBLICAN- theif worthy- leaders-every daY,? becoming the State'' hie d n'ed ConVention -W5-publishes*portions ,of' letters from w hat Iwwoyien $atbt tarHtJlTerart fa*,
it'as" lys '
bequeathing richesOegacy to &IDe
-L posterity con.vince4.tbat the. tiropositioijiot.'a.,Southern'Convehtion | inthe follownj" extract. We | Cant,Murray 1 leCh'aylestonon'I'baTsi7'th
ai ,; < : iisdtiApiU25,1830. Is the only..oua-which can pedient Even.inTallabasaee! has March. OriP. tjrday,**boit(3He o'ck'ck ,
comfend1 of
., eeI.sIccnarnDer, none of the | anctipned ega' to to all the! eloquent sentiments M f30th arh] ,) bttVI44NqtOrar.

r -': g1ootnwtitci cFOdlly hlrL attends the progress ofrtfcesse But a fe
wfrnsytfr >ertre incasceitaiaijqf Ye still keen up a'futtle opjtos>tjdn to a measure there the tforidian and /ounwz/has also at-
troth of the7Legislatttre>f .New' York, ;
the 90.
because ,-
cpncluigi ins. vnxrilling ; .
; t0f'Al
which they,kaovv,- vf ill*Jba carried4kwig 1 ---.1 -'*'*" 'li7 "rMM. ---- ;ty---fi earfisfn ess-'AAt inbe'St; pe fibt4therbcecg wa ;
to deceived himse f, he scorned to deceive ceiptoi'i 1 mess*ge;from tire Gc>vern4r at). and Ureyea'rinbt1 ai'event.Doubtlesar their ;I tempted tovyarr) .theexpession'6L. r<. / opmiw. IF O 'Ml *' tVbJVF ,*t ***'w fthfelbr s iCapLMnrrayemcdJt beetaeorn. a.
4 Otherej-ftkilWm; appreciating the-jast.iand nouncing the death of Mr.Cu.nouNadopt. instruetionr fromVVashingtort are) After resolutions! ; were adopted by a, respectable ; the delegates"fronv) tutt StateXOne ran o vet;the, Kftbrtakerfnfelfr but .

; ftnptttiaf in his jaBgdtent of .the present,, helopkedta ed'resolutitns'of,warm sympathy, and dlrec* apd'thf y.feelconsideraHy..flnrei epicicA majority after adelib8rate'distHssion-J. af it*three Mr BoylinJ terief Jfttmiigly when'withm *a *V.Ih'' frteo qfsmooth,

thefutare<4 .dependant oniekiatin'gcauses tedlfliem tV'bVcommunicated to the probable trouUeVwoh may be given and after the reYection of id6ett- ''iI1 ueinTdth ; s'ac *adIIdi
,and fearlefMlr sve,.utteranCe to; his VottheTy"tSiSenate a proposed. 4bn which hid miA fromThe' feoxaanaVeft
to' the- present. administration,' than to the '1 l ' 'V-J<' > 11T.V / > ->' ,tM ( ;
oinions of 'jt ;,nsiire-And,,character;,.the to,the Governor of South 'Carolina, rn maintenance;:boutberfl..'T1gta.:.;ln put tut< e-ibaijurpI. '..expresses, *>-' -J the**. i:opinion all<*- .* cj'the. that mast after heha4fore. oilrt.vo week'be-
: plosoper and the* ktatwman, he discarded and to the family of the ,distinguished deceased bwn State thero's probably additional siItftonpasse4 wera,*,".objectionableto hiltl dth4deIe'gatei intO .) It, 'r*$ 1c4' **tsr nod the pumps

expedients, b >jbfjbjinen. t'toohslrnV'jhe l3 B SV2lafitst motive, and we have good reason.to. believe a) largeWjority lrWhy..Ws : atrlaught'the ot heP,Mr.Bethe vitb morediieCtflCsaDd kept the ves9dfffloodVtWe'madej fcxusome t me iia the
.r times to' their ne ies 1 He loved* the ? '. 4i4.. t Brownism, if.we miy soJ.ierm itoritn- test of local popular sentiment cir 4nspeetibn'rematks'I id.U bt. Twn&.laeieaaeiw'
: trath fp.,fpr.thetru.th'efeake| believed that that only : ) Then htWed bejraa to- settle ini the
'. t coNosi: t ee.hthe intrigues ofc.a ..cliquer.of. .%% big ""behtnd'th'solemn Vsolui.Tr 'WJmnrt"t to temporize : kit& increase the evil! which '. 1 Why. go ; ad ta-tb. of the esesai.ofjlii'Wflot ashed oviirbcarf
lOi; lli. politicians aUTalabasseer,who desire to I-! jj.-fj ftfw \:- : -t K-fu l.' 'tttions opC Cfcnt is jttst
xTc'ueek.tb remote..] The approach of death the 'and sfct ry.. head off Mr. Cabell in-anytambitfons dtsignhe of. a.weeingrto; draw out some htfigrfr ov1i&.ibe: admission/-of; 1OZIaW1thVh! er" before nigbu Hucceede&i.wiaiatto.

broiight'novindicq? on.. of ..impatience-no gence; from Washington ,the adoptton. i inthe'Senate ,may seek to-gratift the ext session-ofr more palatable> 'disappointed ese5t constitution the sbOIiUOnOffilsi'etl titiier'orir'drt'411 in a batchnearbitOpROYI which:be floated to
the District of ColaublA herf
cloud his intcct. To friend jjvhbppokf -
upon of Mr Foote's r resolution i for ia tb e GenralA5svmbly Thui self.intrest :* 'believe'a' .ire-pi4ng thtogfrmoveaer
of the lime ani which it So we might isay vn majority" of those measures are passed by.Congretsjl'SBall ftSJb
: inanncr in Committee of lhrteeri'to! wfrom shQuTd 64 re*' ai*partiza hip are powerful enough t> effect 'the .7k;, t-\ be prepared take.my position |ja wrotrCf,'suchnieasvres b ; and'laabVnithe n -few.buadredjsrJ.
: de4tp he remark of pf this1.'codatyjire"ppp"osJar to.ji
to edf"I.liaye people !
was ajeet *' ( tho m tft slareHlSsj -
a people
shmrof,opposition the CdnVeVtionaflii : ; ft a-c j V \tizJ"fi' as majority Sontn,
"proffers ;
ferted the
existing of -
bat little concern atjbut .eitherj ,I. desire .tq cojnpromj. the resolutions aftate piy ad,6ptr' : <1"Tb \ .
d_ every device is'resorted-to, to jnanJfy adopted.here, float there is.F r : ; ; j dH1rU TntSIfortflnalely )
) die in the jdischargjjj I jnydutyjThaye' The"vote stood 30 to 22. Th'is'/does
jpf ot and this show. afforded third delegatet Jn3gfe. jBonfer; dcateI4Iegislativp.jcoroprcTOi6es ki
exaggerate- > ;-- opposition, was' by-respectable evndence
unshaken Reliance upon the providence- of-. withdraw! the discussion of ths question from I *The last Sentinel, Jfpr instance,' is actually. at the meeting' itself Tbat meetingwas" ,'in:Mplyto.aletterjpHjn.e'of fon1 ptrs'dh1ubt:
: !1 the Senate, but disposes a motion which I. in.fits of exultation at the small tote thrown theniua men/of the South. ouniloma binker.fcTBtf'nexfd ,.
chiefly of "of thi
I him four after his last composed presidents ; *I -
: saw a&9 appearance at the recenthelectionjj'n Georgia Hardly afternoon hp'puvery 'in erbiiiMnr. M' *
in'thiFSenatt & amber, 'gradually sinkirig of itself bas'occnpjedtattcb'tuner.'The committee one tenth .of the full ',vote was polled,. and I town, the only delegation formally'sent froin ,.'''In-- no' .walk of-life$ can'- caco'dirsaity' .I .4:of pplnion! leaky boift Sbldot' (wbqfive arci

under the porei $if his malady, without will probably"soon digest some united I hence, argues the Sentinel.jhe Convention any precinct being from Mandarin-and that be carried ont and'except"by compromises,,ho ; Mrr > jrid sent im'to my pl w'

ope murmur at hii ifiliction, always anx plan which the Senate will sanction .-Jt is was unpopular ,AWe draw,a yery ..differentdeduction. t delegation Mstruted-that if intelligence can said they that'itf be teconcikdT-intermediates It-always baa,I think the f hit
ion for interests '
%: i country which, deeply evident that a majority of the'Senate prefer ., The opposition.,to..the, measure was'received of congressional'action i our own country sodlremfled >yr oilclimate, b he' 'feft J" Mr'"JHifc Charles Row .end1-
in the $inestion agitates "" -
gre b i so slight in. Southern Statea..that the .'. andpnrsnit,he that disrewds its spirit must often tha'--mnat-.L b
bill that will >-
the admission 17.
: ,. public"mind, anjl earnestly desiring'its a single comprehend mass of voters.look,upon Has a fact accom by the daythe. meiingas- held, to i vote boat fcnlt; whUe he that trtasuri. a JUSt.r ; thinks tbeyepoldNotbaTe1einaipediiu1b 1 *
honorable,, 'Adjustment, unchanged in the of California and territorial Governments p Iished. But this opposition thouhslight( againit the {Southern'Coa.ventiohV Three ofandarin r membr&nce 0; the'coromoa'sacrifiee of oar svchieve-common J.'mainn.jOlMondayMornng: the
opinionf which Tie !Jfejd held and utteied for for Utah and New Mexico. Mr from, .violent.: ancestorsOflrcoinnianglOry.Jonr Jwaoi\< Son; beach jastbeloir:; the
the' ar&nl friend of the Union springs partizanship; these five R, delegatesrreturneLihon'h' eutl and oar brilliant future,-muit bold! .it to his ; :
M..' many-years, Douglas, from the Committee on Territories', Hence, while every one opposed would-be resolutions' as the very mirror.of hi Mtnre. ;Fe r Inlet botfonrupwi*ds,, come"lomber5insideearpo
and the before the oh the" -talent.
and the .Constitution seeking perpetuity has sure to vote against,not one in ten cf those ote was acti of legislation,operating over,and being felt- of her. ,mebi; he 'near b r, and* matterediloig'tl
of ourvinsi$aliens, by inculcating reported these in two separate bills; but in favor would,believe it to to ken, 1 ihJiffe as to the result.r' It, i is known bra whole people'ever have had,or cnn have a peach South for 15 nQe;
fhe.pctce.ofjustd4; and the duties of pat the resistance manifested in the Hoiise'to the "" .necessary go different foundation.' i> '" 3% ., 1
some'. t The hats the adon'baebeea foand/
the p lis., ,,, .., n that the signers pi the, call-were : men; ..
riotism. i flu| ,. separate admission- California,.and the indifferent ''Jri'dge Hunter proceela?* buf the bodies ha F1 izt been found.
; : .. Aggravated symntbms, on the day befbre If it weresaid that Messrs. Cabell, Morton equally and that many -sighed I it -I am'no disnnionist far from It,-and; wodil ti> .-:- -jG.v -:.- '
: his death, gave mf1 ce of his approaching opposition expressed to that measure in the and iYulee,' were" 'unsupported entirely without pi dging-approval bf the Southern God there'were'none. as 1 hope there are rtet.Tte ,. : w'sLett.v.jjmongtbe .

end. I left him lat* it hight, with but fainthopes' Senate, have induced the true friends of harmony i in Florida in their recommendation, of : Conventioithat and, with the understanding first emotions of a-political .character that mac] ma k Tery*complimentary n ,
a ; blood feais entertoined -
moved were prodocedby,
of amenJmeoijand, on being summoned and of the; country in. the.Senate. to the'rn! my ices of Gov. Broj[| letter of"
.. found Southern Convention if it said that (eting.was to beonly'.advisory. for the safety of this Union; and the same n''s The22dYeb]
mjb I him sinking or were
early the fcexl ntng, urge the insertion all the leading' measures : broad:base on which Any lore fat it then rested;
!last whit
And have find
of. death calm such' a'Convention frowned yet w : not attemptr4 to go.behindof rnary we. .iriiihe Southern
: ,in the cbkL eit4r ice ; down and ut firm AS the centre rock of'-the mountain, is. there
collected, and.cohsifipus! of his situation, butwithout' i in one bill-thus to set the question at' rest t repudiated bytbepeop'of! the t heaction' this meeting, or to represent st ilL Others may raice thEIr hands end'tear* its 1 riMs, 'we extmi ,iTI- foJlowiny from -aoiphi
I. ::;any symntpm of alarm, his /acefceaningvithlntelfwencc The patriotic on both sides have'expressed i should ;; the conntyjas opposing'the Conveht! n; The ligature! ..asunderminej shall ,never-assirt.to editorial In their (TennesseeJ Eieleivtiji '
not deny the statement perform unhallowed,a purpose until.its neceasity "
; without one indication their acquiescence: in this. Messrs. Clay mistakeffd scjuctipn of !saxiomatlo. '"- i -' -' "Ijonckt dndti. n fLX
of sufjferingf of pain. I watched and Webster, who were at first favorable to as tending to misrepresent the popular feel I 'every '*- .*
his,countenance,afljtbetlustrc| of that bright action i ng. 'So also is it due to public-opinion,1 toGov' oneppp03d! to theConvention.wouldbesureto will ever be hsld.. Sufficiently long have shallow. manifested in1 the 17. S. .Senate,' Wsuch'
t eye remained unjjp taged until the silver separate California, have.both expressed Brown,'arid to1 'those whb'with ourjelf vo e against itJs aptly illustratedby and Selfish politicians been at work to exasperatea distinguished Senators as Clay, Cassy -

cord was broken, anil then it went out in instantaneous their wish to see the whole question v-have', approved s -his"views L- to.''"contradict* -" S the the Jac :sbnvUIe'"meeting fcT,*inasmuch, that once the sober.grave.and and just goody discontent seeing;iij-is the to,auspicious be hoped, VVebsier aittf'.oth *, ,has bad ramostzcel...

eclipse.] I When I removed my; i included. one bill. '' a Mrv'Gil cit himself, Announced:'trial ''themeeting'w moment"wnlnoflraner ft to.pass onurtd and l lent effett'iipon 4e touiitry'af larjel Avery
hand from closing fti >eyes be seemed as one remark.with which the JViruf.sets ..outthat then that once more they will thro IK themselves on the interesting ai i rarioosly trikinz proof
who had fallen intO 4 sweet and refreshing the few who entertained the centiments I- s designed; exclusively altar ot their-country's good, a.ndie4 up la peietua.h6fldtofbIPe8tind r-. of this' fact ia b4inowt totheeoTre8ponderje4jbeJ
closed the A private letter from Mr.- CABCLL> tot of those in.favor of aGjnvenparficipatio p amitfjhi5.gTei II .
slumber. Thus, en days of a vanced by Gov. Brow'n, are dropping j off &iid '' reei -theGeeTnorofFrorida ; >
I John Caldwell Cta[!)lonri, the illustrious friend in this town says, "Cur and VVEBSTER from their.'worthy leader 'day." What ion, many opposed to it'did-not vote at/all[1.: .'. prornerous: p5Oje.'- :r .- -t aad beHtate;: Kepresentatff 'la'

American statesmat1. His lite and services in the Senate themselves every This infer of the.Niwj is offered in 'vvhrlegiving tneaeopinions'sa-nefd by Congress upon: Ejfluest adevby.tb4 latter' ..
are bearing i CD answer of the Sonthern Con- ,
aba!! speak of the fcr tatness of by-rone days evidence is there of this, or of that unanimity some tbe'delegafe; Jo Jhe former, thai should: ,.appoinMeJer'
to the fact shown the'Senfineti'tiM
towards the The cl by bc&atedtbai! ius but
with undying 'tefeti nony. Another jewel nboly country. course in favor, of a Southern Convention which ventionitngbtto ,a gates Jo the.NasbTbe Hi Conventipa jy.pqf .- <&->
has fallen from our] crown; an inscrutable these statesmen has been hailed with the is alleged to exist T 1 out of,24 c >'uniie virf Georgia, the..ajrgregatevoteof diflerence of Conventiorivat opjhion'as' the aIl pf6priety'ofholdmg'tbe & >- answer Q: Thomas Brown,is a
FcorideDce.has reinpjred front of the illustrious wbicb 22 983," onlyl,516 were ; ;.\Upois < nobleJdbcumeht/c & '
'. among us one plaudits most citizens a* What have .is |
the advocates Soutftem action
charges warm; more important question 41 ; :
6f the great lights bfjtbe age. ,But it is noteitirfguisbed' Conventionin' am.nationaT,, dgiv&. ba'bobe1i'
the Southern
well as the massed of Massachusetts and cast for del gates to
of the intieJcnc fif'wKati* J<> \Soiilhtrn '
Southern Convention laid to the I believed
p .. Fro a height to which the' Whig ; every. American teartwbethet '
oilMie darts of New York. Laudatory letters have been ad i the late lection. with '374 BxYravoteV for" ghsIhrediilofizIon*, 'MtTnman'd .oporvtteRj
: .
shafts of malice detraction press, especially that of Washington, upon r- $i ; '*t -f .or -the, flijGrande. 1Li&tu.icar -,
.. never reach, to whia envy cannot crawl, or dressed them, signed .multitudes of citizens. this very-point 1 That it is misrepresenting No4Con ehtion 'orNQThaunon"C' dll'piirties under like are'prepared ctrcumstaneei to rtis'thglai-asve'thaiildbe

jealousy approach,ItljWill shine brighter and I It is supposed that the New York the South, by declaring thafa vast body, if have, nothWhethei ? "" 10' --A-'. '

more gloriously, sqfding its' rays over amore complimentary letter will reach 30,000 signatures. ti &Ur thi-r' f t'1 ,hsan&i6eriu'iharI t ,. '.Bepnbrica ve gaiebigliproudvation hpa r> and
extended Jwiijyn, and blessing man not a majority,"of our people prejopposed to ? ,* rt r** ,-V. pEnA ; t i lte cbdanl .wadjiet
More than quarter of a million copies based theWhg press are", as tb* News they possisslo'mdinlain'what they. ,feline tor' ,
kind by.its illumin&f tfm. The friend of constitutional the Convention. These presses:have *-' ; -_._ i. .siineVfroin.theExpress despaired', the iaadOveo
liberty will go to his writings for of his great speech have been printed at the their opinions upon evidence-upon original say?,.in re n eipt! ,of"instructions from,Was their przvllegeras StZes otczIizenje.der $4 !Jess bo of tothi A! WhoIntbesedayof

truth andtto his life for.a model. We, too, Republic office. letters from Southern i iogtoi-) ch influence their coar,.or not, todivehlupo I nit J 6, ,eaa sett.tba Usion

should be instructed by his experience, men,, upon Southern that thejrv are wary bfpartisan; designs t } ,which-we'iave itartcuedTat'ithe'ciose its dome .angTo ca1slyc i deaith*
.. while his the future should in IT.JOHN'S Depressions Congress, uponmuUlplied extracts 5
presages fcjjf $ COUNTY 'th Adminislratitfh somewhat hits r'And "now u 'ak- the peopl emem epzstan4.Wltb.
fusecaution' onr ounsels and prudence from. Southern ,. the d against true to their fui .+thaZh$, hasjbee
Is- ,
An adjourned Southern Convention papers upon< __ u f. 'j jt L :
.r '
meet-_ n *! the resist
-- North cannot be convinceH jof.ojur
liuuu JU uit ucuou\f in I&N r uvu n#imm- "" "* < 3 **' I 111etI31i1i? ; i8.welljustified iniipUicu ; huildedtipat s ma.eH: eta\t aedataitck.sacninces .
I tunes-upon' facts, incontrovertible) Tfacts," lu.jJir.sO* aitcc, n nutrucTi. r-v7UMTci. in t s L-jt cv
the .
' Ztb. ally from grave, Personal opposition the-proceedings-of which are published in V.-- -x. f v' wnl. piaini ai tiai
Fi: has died with his death. The aspiring can the "Ancient 'City. Judge Gould was in Upon these facts has been alleged that the bell,as a r ward for devotion to Southern has.been mainly objected to as 8neihuoa I?,- cpptrovcrsy.of.a< _Jr -- ,--

not fear bun nor l\vg.\ ambitious dreafl his televtion. chair, and George L.Phillips'acted South has not"endorsed the Southern Con rights. Ui e might supposethat these eup U.- because the'solemn protests of'all tfit Soul I';' .

.-_ flis life hs become history, and as se vention. The that have drawn this southern pasthe" esses night embrace .Sir. Cabell ern Legisalures'hzve 'declared'ProviBoismahd CeorgIa.91. Coy j.
The presses The
cretary. following resolutions Augusta .
his thoughts the property of his country we readopted it'a.)
meal si) : inference and expressed this conviction, have :UDese&ving"and bury all party Abolition 1 ,. VNcosTITiJ1I r. NAL. H Such* 'f>a earnest'snpporter (jftioni th.i'Soitherti' Conventbi

Sir,. while we wee/over his grave, let us 1. Resolved That incurred much wrath from Southern editors differences n.-tbeir gratitude to, him. B Utwearebe protest from Virginia and Kentucky alone in gives the gi'p inGeori&! ,_'WeCOpLaJew

"consoled by the :insurance that "honor that the South, will we finally are firmly have convinced to and others who "'construe the times to their inning see how far -the cause 1798-could produce &' repeal of the alien of J-sdwr r ::: -
decks the turf that wi4ps his clay." He adopt of the Sou rises rt above and sedition laws : The nieagreTOethe given for 'D l< ,te ib
waS measures for its own safety and the protection necessities. ? -And.yet what is the course of party1.It may: after? they had passed, recent election; istf rg
our own, and bis fanis also ours. of her rightefand with that view soothe our neighbor to know that there How 'much 'more virtual ifefeaf.1 tbe
these rebukers are
we i recommend 1 Taking the News for an potent"wouUT be7-bo\v Southern Convent '
imitate his great exar&ple, in preferring truth : >n ifiovemfnt in G orrta.
a'a'l duty to the approbation of men, or. the of party participation, in the Nashville, without Convention.distinction example, they'declare the South united I fur no inlrign i to bead off Mr.Cabell, nor are much more is the.-united voice;of.thirteen SoTaras.tbisSu -isasdraJ'xn i eouarteo; we1 look

triumphs of party. #j willing to stand alone Resolved ;:; the Convention and its dissenters dropping any portio of his partydisposed to thrustbecause States against modern WilmotismThe! upon it klaried. No'exijnci
for for the right, nor j surrender independence against the promoters, That the and charge friends brought of tbe off"and conceding it their support. This is_ him aside : they differ with him as South''"wishes justice without reyoltttibn?-;: that tween might this arise and.or4 the slavery- question be'

any inducement j| He was brought ii pin Convention, of their if to the of guarding the South? Theirs' Mrl Calhoun the HrefiJonday Jnnei:'
the error and the South
disloyalty to
the society of the$ of the Revolution, Union, j Washington press and says cannot prevent I can-rtvivftiuv Na lnaimityoSanti.eIavery,
aw the work of our J Constitution since its forms an additional reason and 'izd eeme nt the anti-convention press of the South are is algractitfiSeveral devotion.i ,, ,JJ" a dissolution, b t ;the North can3We ha've legielaUon.by Can rts /dogbtio inda.e the

formation was profoundly .skilled in cqnstrung' for ever bpldingi'ench it assembles will a meeting indicate; which'when' "deluding the North," how vainly arid elaborate communications haven appealed tortbe NorI for justice-knd at Delegates voted foi ia Georgian take ''their1ntionx -
it* meaning/'ii''d sought by his wisdom the 'motives appeared' the irtw,'derogatory to Gov. is the seaU-in that,convi .Net shoaVi ski
these ultra
and patriotism of the South,and its devotion wrongfully are. .'Qonventionists response Webster, and Clay'andCase
the Government and integrity whfctt tee {give!"it created., permanency If .such to to the Constitution, and the true and higher deluding their brethren .of the South 'sf Legist'the

high purposes be oujrsj then our sun, like: interest the'conntry. think it a mistake worse than a crime,'' to that, print n the'belief-that the Governor isnds. host bpnigbty. inteHectsoii tbe worth.'hai r lat u re hasnoteeeped' proper, eadbne -

I his,.will gordown.iijeneljv and we shall 3. Resolved, That this meting proceed' ,'. tell the people of. Florldajlhat the Convention without frto'day To show the contrary ,we risen up.to; .'.'prevent's a. 4iSO1UtiOn.". No ment by the pepplelbf Georgix11It ,.

hav : secured "a pealtq above all other digni-1 by vita wee vote,to appoint four Delegates, feeling i sweeping over the State,like pqblish'meas several letters received by"tie Southern Convention bas-beei1hed.! The1 is.quite as deadM Virginia as in Geor-
ties-r-a calm andqu conscience." say two Whigs and two Democrats a
| / 're giarather more s'-.cnd
.The question wasthlutions n taken on the yes present this county in the District Conven. prairie fire, and that its opposers-are a mea* withi9lk: lait month'from"citizens of the States have but spok -I', th'eirTofcei: and- the it. ?But until its' qthorscpin'oig nery body anda&T-bum

offered by Miifunanimovsly lolmes, and they were tion,to be-held at Ocala on the 25th inst. : gre body, too small to"1 entitle-if:to respe ct. East; appfiadverse vine jbe'Goyerho'r's views and Northern pres pays Jl'ftK.portior- th* knowledge! .the fact fsTthey sdo ia 'Cergia

L thereupon thWe ouse aJjournei. "General Assembly" to make an -appropriation done.to those numerous patriotic Southern. letters are from citizens tof-prominence and that the'North will not-believe we' are:'in ?kcntti4l1sg.! : -
..,, for the ..payment of the of large slavefowners! The letter filateomesto v .
expenses ; from fc F r ; -:- .
: men who have,,consented to into this earnest ** -* = -T '** S--
8ugr. the go o .
Delegate oa the par*of Florida,,,tot ka i signed- M 'SJ K-_ ,i"a v.-rt Xbe1Rcbm 4.It4 Tone ra ipaper.thatc
have.oeea prejentel.4r Cot A. U. Southern Ccuwe tiou ,tq be held at Nashville Convention not as agitators, but'-because qa witjiouHh auWe baa",favored- theN4livi1je.CouyenUpn,'and

Cole, of Florida, wit4 small barrel of the in Jone.oextr ,,? they think the South should makq'&ome united thcr'a Dan have not;.published these .. ee demanding S vUter ,

Mdri b utifulfpecimqn of Sugar we Jiavenufactarftd Tbe'reporttsaysthe declaration against unconstitutional encroachment. before, because i with the last exception j they1 Clerk of the VS),,jlobsajof.Representative* '! f '
evere s in Florida or else- meeting was ablf addressed were writlconfident' us'as has deceased. *l .: { *,thai
It is a to these If to private': buFwe > are ; :?$ & 'appears it the. onlyState: ifbki
G. R. .
&rectly from *1 e.mannfactory..k by 'Fairbanks, G'iW, Ca.C.Ta } wrong they v ; o. i.: --' hare-grven legislati
is Imot eniirely whit e, PfjCooper, t'j ; do not carefully 'examipe'Jor; "tbemselvesi1 ie authors wi1rdon'the, liberty, .1i'as re sanction-tie Sontb
r--- ,
; ; : were *- V* aI-' "' j eraConvention,- an Virginia,iSooth CaroiipaiGeorgia .
lievttifufly Weihink fuffvaoa 4 per.ctlycrystaUze d. warmly-responded to.- >: i .-.oij they may belted to"think tU South >nre-! we take, iJ extracting,from:,them, whenVe, -,..jj., ?. .;.-. jresentatiyeCof< > Tennessee* > gnaT.ly *- and pewaps-Texasyaiuf

dared at Sugars.will !' This Compare with the Ha- After the whore1'of the Resolutions eer'edIfpdged to the acfiqn.of the.Cony en- do.so aimMissis. ly to show.that Gov/Brown hastheyjjeap'Ie'wbo a member,of the legislature oIat.St s ,. In TennessefiJjLouisrarat KentuckyandV ,-.

: *?.fe tir one of C& ColeXentire.specimen crop.is said Jb tte""conimittee 'were sepirately presented ] tioni -"if...delegat'esf itheynlay";becomeItoo; 'ubttr itn ng ) '"'a're'; foff. He-was-once a member of.Congreta of the laryland, that&aation has,beta..intenttionaUy

The yield per acrejbf 80 acres, planted.in adopted,'' Mrlj,George UjjiPhjiilips'preiented sanguine of its eud rsement4'hey may ,be .' ; United' States Trtm;that'State,,and at thelast have withbelii ilisaieiippi andvAlabama
cane,has!been an avefage of 12,000 Ibs. the deceived Cpngrefs and a't lecied determine: !Unmeet] u'bpr aqlmnl7J'choeentlelegztesw
to the irito ijbelie'f that .' 1hevpiscnwas ]
and following.; ai 'inste/d of the LT VAWIT FOOT*:-;-The'question --!* i i h tbe ;delegates lof.irtev
acre, can !be inert] to 2,000 lbs. The Clerk of theI "*
Sugar wasinanufact d. With 'a sufficient o4f'That 'the.Southern'JStatea( in Convention.beipg tle'la1re Sirjh of a pqftufa separate runftedet1o'stoCi1ifot'hu eeWashngton. RicuianI1. spoable legislati < cauknse*; rNoxtli..
mifl, driven by.mule jtower.. it has been thus taking measures'to secure their rights/, of theSouthpantuniated; after pains, brought thgeroos i two worthies Into'apojitioWof danili -YooKOt,, formerly?commissioner.of 'the Carolina-there' jvjl i t-pf bably be not'mart,

an experiment, ahd bs resulted very su C. abbot to be infringed' and trampled upon by struggles,!and evil auguries, it has'been 1 the host; ty.' We hare by tbe lasl* ihaU a telttpatch General. -.., LandOflce7. .has been r elected to ''fill.ft than one delegate, a id from:Missouri noctev; '
ceufuZly. The methf| of drain ing.,the syr- a disloyal jJortfon.of citizens of"the I spontaneous pffspringr/of the whole announcing Ihal, for,the nse ofjfoni 6' 1' 'z; fa Li ftsu.In,thi. state of ; be Xiaaawe urt dee&re
people, some feflee Incidental "' ? tbe belief tbat-it onW J wiser1
L---- for
front States vf >
np the Sugar he been improved, and are not acting In.c ntrad IC-, and wit! bhai4 ly'iipon''th'e.Con'gre8k vl/ginia;
fodmiperbrig but 'and a. deli- lion to'or viulatlns the Constitution of these by-them.as tii authentic eional Sonthern meeting & 'Washington Benioi -LAPNCW; 4' OF*t-r -Hi 7Wte4I'TftflX<*ifl Jt- to cat herself lose m bile fsbe i may fccoitbd-:
United States, but oh'the : exponent of their ll. ieverel'tken to'task wpijjbe ew. manifestly abortive froject of ,the$ ;
eionssyrnpKO; ,: ? contrary, endeav j Calmly;judging ; by: Foots, The forrner York > a viUe
( .Col. Cole's plantatut? is near Palatka, and oring to support that Constitution; and''' se from past indications,"this would beia: delusion Incensed, approa'chei' the'latter-wherenpon !rjrelsppadei: !? qi tleynnah 1ewa, Convention;.-.Unden ..ae ,resOlutiocafth i

io the neighborhood *f{most excellent Sugar curing,and-upholdingthe: Union. ; -a delilsion fatal perhaps'to those who Foote stepped Into the open space' n the Sena'te in his letter of:; the lOth in&t.; saye tt> *fhe Legislature' her representative*,candaeoth*"
lan4ajwhickWe douat notwill soon be in Wbicb.res1utionwas tfT received'. fH'. it IJy entered I the ??And Pfle4astol'towards Benton. .The first of ItHe-] 'new eteamers'for the NewiYort: ing more than irasptrj what the Soilbpoght,.
belief that
cttltivAtion. .1g.- : and adop- Cpnvention'int a h rei.r Jat'tci called'npon.the -Se'nate afd] *& to- Gqin'cettamcontmgenicie- haiiierr-
: to.witneM'that be'wa ltnewilt be"lanne1t
hL t. s1 > Jparticipatibn! '. ; t si -"
c. presence n< had'
A ftThe'follatfing declared
of <
pecimen ihia&bgar may be seen at seen for unarmed, and if snch attacks were mmlne* morrqw'inorning, ''fromlliie .ivafd iSf'Wi wbatj&e irill- dct ana we.do
tt riot beha *
our4Bfadirrg. them a r iLat. aaf ucli aLl *>
Boom.-v.Geprgia. 'gentlemen'were. returning:pathway.fltre.\vedvvithithe he would arm,hlms i ww w -
T> /- <|- i-- j'S a* / lf.J.Fo Je7rep ed,ti t.j he' bii ., Ihe ? tio :a. that hL'thWof
: "5 J"u\ delegates to the jneeting, atjOcata ; .W gt. flowers' if-public applause, and the ultimate! : thought Benton meant'to _&$ttack him,with, ? ( orMaaadisa !' liifl
Jars4t ( ( & weapOM. magnificent-ese1of aredreading, 'ifl
the Union. With Forward G,R. reid f cherished .i, Benton denonaced :WO&i tong-; 'The mxcWncryia
Fairbanks B. W.Britt / aspirations'. 'for tbU'M V fohie '
; Clay;, 'Web5tt4sCa* ; John Safety idad. cove -*-' ,' viction'nf rn" :'
Dickerison :
Foote :ta .,
f Mangnm, Pajger, Bejjnond: a host pf patwith.Calbpun -, M. Hanson; ,alternates,.3. M. Gould,"F 'CT! tne, South'liesjtj a-c-: : )P'facts justice' rdl1j pret.ex -i-M9W *tM; 4114 iwYnem : ; Be/u nned' 'by the Noycity] z.---' -, -'

F riotie and able men-4y,, .a Hnmphreys, John" Drysdale. Ighk'cib Lopez/ to the patriotic Cpnventionistsyin a* candid carried weiponls upflri hifp nori.r The Senate Worksndwfthjie compieteiwithbnt Buflef|
I I friend of.Union, r bat f er, may J>e said, .but At tbejormerpieetin i !> io* ,i t; iit.-s-i* .;hel4' shWing\\th>strength"of J tfelr"pSiition.1* commltUe'wij described PailYzaftt; the'iceD ,;'altboagb a She wiUjnot- commenee bto trips however In the Uitcd 'lit cozitle 8tthI
a friend of justice Ift.iWf .Sqiith] fstr with in appointed ori'the oeearre c '. "This beYorethVeafjy the, freeco1ore4 perata pwoutirOll*'
I -Augustine the Let artVffiJuiy.'Her
; the whole South fQrl4ikoo.ina4he( old-pilot read i following*Jetterwas accord to most o 'them the nierjt of is the rerlntl of a ''quarrel fcetween thtse unruly 'rslnateebf' /A oM.irlv consort- were jq posses ijon oftjtij/ig& cji(
.- at y. l g.fi ihejcqodbhip X tri:>Hernandez i-' y* sincerity, oJore the UJtiioo< of-lrectitude Senators which took place ribd'u>''the tnt of the* -u P sj .y'3t p'ropertyy elajra ;beptectzoof4t* hs

4; Constitution; r;close to.fJieykdan4 ,4iaul '8XSO5EPa'SP44Ml'iOi3 of purposed rictus/detract from them noth* present 'month):(hongh1 if'wai'thought the Introdnctlon -. bejfady aunchiflgi jsbottW think, early etc. Many of the CO9red pjJwt
ttBghUvery that )?ace ,and keep ; Sia:: Itn ing/ Bat Aem ot fittoU would\> in Jnnea-1 She n wilb'beji filled Carolina he
;' '*1 together, where her thjhjtenfjdn1wj IjjItSt., not forget'thai; Uie1 Nashlff ewnal trfezc1to'in tle; "for; sei wilfi' added, bili| slaretv ; ..
non ,/1 abstract( ans struse p unts-aU time to attend the meeting which, is,4p ,take fbey rybe able that'act.TheM. ,- rulir rde* ""' &W Zf.'SJ2*A> Ixjuismria wnere:iii limm
.j. jI. !'- reasonlngnfal. catching-.snaiL bq place here tb>ni6 frf7.ior<"the, purnoseXiOf : to' "*U1iWithoitso- / great tngi orust struck the eountq as weI h":as towad' property is'held by; c tored
c wi aei.--x aeulementrand( : justice j per; nominating Electors for the,Nashville! Coc.' eense.of mJsjudgment asJto be-aortifying. t ev r id are niany'colored tseiHn New OIlisi b&
mnei4 omlShS'of
enfioit $ lieying that, CongreM, inits, What are; theA'facts-.a,Bimfly; i4 pcsea! line.is to belidjn.thePkjnid's_ placd & !are wort!) :from; W0ahd"
4 ? T'fi Soe 9a, "'JWS*A Rood feeJiSJiTiAWpffn4 wisdomwou14.; at the reset.sionpro' RffeSSf ts J oftbees tffloifBiiVtf etonJi e 7 4longbbIa$ ? _2.Yai&bl. 2.-' a tfiey are treated.i fi<& v
btrfn man.
agvn !14e a remedy rot tb grieyancCofyIiph .t-- 'soorBjrftttVkaf pect' and considerati |than ,tbeywo Idfeieeive
: "W? ? iuc 1(*'i exneriment.' *_ ..; Sesbav8o dg c aI .! PPf44 aadaeyenat onalaughl la us j i in,the Northeri ;ti e .. they.enjoyaU
rf plained1ru'znclineE t took oijb. !Jp.niiUqri -puUq:sentiweat.is is ini fav'or jwajiinide.hjFlmt pereonal" eontro* WOrn tbec.pratcetioii.anat 4rata k,
.... *. .-,,,; Eine.i ; .
q r" < Nubyille Conv.ntion -.......... ... **n- -- edtte4 their and
/ u ore .Thelatter 4i4zByzak. persons vs
.Soxcnruo T ; / cty.Jacis --- -- -- -cen5e'd -- has bees thWdTM1utoiIn; Th h1atejiy t1i pTty cbtirie
ivork1 yMT but cannot hol&cano

'' b* a4vancd, the tact, sod other tatth.but. ,ieso1Mr. Wbstean4otb.speCh *shhloridkEjjji- him carrying th'VJ,8 armi>naUj o ihe jad:tipltofc f( ihat.bod jU 4>Jalonei.aid should set pI- City 0.t the ,!JnimU trc Cotoredpca&'i :

; I; tern froaf ibM tbi. tifa'W1 .jsbow M. B .UJK an.I'Mpn .' m'nufld era,aw no, *tt heeded"the...tri.m.'j" :dhTidon- }; i'iesU.. npon. i -. Msaewduld4ibeTjabout thap9pUOVOf5flpon; equalIv,tbeationat. ';" oeAfliLJami'y A'"4, ,"i, !;ezaniplei3/._' .:_/- *vw"k-*'. yjsk'ffj0 sf w)7to ,En tt& ieoV ]-._. eeisTn ---' .*,' -

partjf'l fiL9pttasur $ vtsafcI diViiTedbetweetflteO : CAaDIz'o1Viet eaii'
ir NascaoTfltreet t Xank j. I am rt'enied 1O,1t ern and DeletoitlrtrA The-NatroBal Intdlir i
front retL Ink fO e'CIty 1 that buoccnrrto1 ::d iceHraers
<7UMirur4Alonie. thiS beg toi r; faqilyha91 IbIs lntpcesting iaetsche4pa.tj1neryg ef Arantieipau5 tajcat ii ,
j'; ,. iMtero;beals : I1it..Ii'.4i kfloirtt.iese; tmenfi5tb 8nAa9r9t Jp- fSsJi- fQ lncite tbi 14 4iendi u ( thlccrt.ie.'iwhgs de4ied
aforJhea $ o
he>bo j w andaom ,
: iwvc! rniX7few; oblitet. zte3 are DitvsJ'-St,Jobn' ,' mlaMirion Jtbes hif U idonat i crM1 4i the eabie ; bat ikgidning .
: Your obdt Pbe friendsbip.. osq eui 1rhanC& oIen.
ervantrJ4s ?
( ? tui
ler t |be vi .; ) .- ofcfize'ns. Bzfei M other -m s already r gf; Is these
-<3j ed above $20.ooo.J, :VfV &vo-. !' aenLfo ths tdfl'
b'ni as every one i U
I I or for the back numy,. part." erronctfJisf; irt

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Lett...... iT.eftt.:. ... Mj. .H nmtewCwtaj ., jTthraoeeltutieibt'ebsla ab1TidIdtn ,- -_.,.TH.. ;,'", ., .-OSCAB. HARtanWe ,. fj... tr:3"'s : .?. .*. T-J S9i- ,. '1
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," tor e' y4toflbrTwnlfth i n ,-j. >; IJlactnea'_Fe2t stld'
a enadldlW
U1T* Mafet 12,1850. m 0ntsafa r rtghtibatthstjeeMeni.11 b-J 1 ftIIaL ;: "A ." : ." .-- .. ...__ ,f.._ .

"I eau atieVthWvppartiuCty to pass without CetifiT J lad Ia"thi 1rl 8aghut.'dtsk1orldstdi ste .4 ..' .. -; .. ,. _. MADISON CouRT tlo 6 ,
; < "
*-grattteaUol Vtjh, eemmenijaad 1H1 th.3}an'efeai.iloa-d, .1IT. tbii'n.fCM'-K ,, : p jol". .:.:nt W..T.BoT ..., ,' ,; ., y
oar .
expressing : m. .. ,ptr ti ar .rt.1a 11:S 11iat4Cotti1'taef; < to' : '., T", '- .LMlllt"6"J' R.L.,HLBT10N..hA .-.N k
aoeitioa in regard -- !-.UJaua heaven" &Mte,to b lkvi hat snot Aneoeralj b1. t t ., ( r. k' :__;"1t'J" : t1 f; : : .. '- .< -, T a.
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i;anmbeet JlN.r:f the,i nJa:d.1.J6f ada..i, .' .. ,. t. .. : s L Y. it.mtll .
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tia Qdoa5 t "ill ,a"M'rlbit( ; Ifi1 tbMlt > .; i to the ataI yesqn rse os
;.'thev.xhbUioB.=;Irf.jnaeties'; to..VilogkgUstioa. do mush to raaer-\Jae'lIf"Conrea .TIlQMAS'.JV.of. tU; ajaeaaoldato." frf t Xijjtr.. F ., ,, .,..'i1..;, _'I. .'" M''J ," Moudsy,ta Jaaaary last. "' "! m}M" .foo- :) #4

.*.' r .* ;:, ]t I | -* shun obnoxious to the mor* modnatemeaof thoSouth. .TwelfUiJtia( of<1'lotld '' r Ala .' nr i : From a knowledge->Mr.tpCTJfty : tI 1f."1IIi111t
;, vacated by the retaonl.Noes. ... tti..J"!' epOF' .y K eariferf Itis well dp143. "' .
:ftThe! Go..repI, tot CongreealesMkl kitown'that this agitating question .. '.- ( 'ci :i ample aadsatitfaetory testlawtlsIaW their. '.

> epreeeBSaiioa is t4nsiiab17'j!
W deeply pandered sal jrre a'fabe step Is .houn-and if his speech. ft hair exposition of the .' 8B1P! .W f h' ,': < ,n.,_. /.1 the opportunity ofreooSxSMaeftf* .p.. .rur

jj.rl! ** Tiews of the friends bfthat. must l'' :: ; 1 'P/ eratioa and aa t-:"1119'M dl+o,1 ,
,1r. it
-* be G...td't CO"'I J sirous of ctmcihelr. : a

.*1 fear KiM proposed 'Si4the' .Ceaveatiea1 ritn4ua- Dtsawfon"Cewcettiet, : 'Yoan M. PORT..'*9r OF JACla's0N7LLE._ C .. ."
ilWrl.1IDI bf these*.alterfialiTesr tonrhkh's* 4. ...c-. ,' : T '. ,. .{ ., ',,', : : .f ." ._ ; :"I CJIt*. :. I .ThleJostltutioB-II""MI pieeaseiWtit3{ : ,r
ttrfa.jtrWi 4i 4 r31uL. ,1. P t J deity of the village
retes e-T..;; ni probaWr nti* thetMsJt. >:itiaay jlliMATOS.Jlpril: 14, 13SO.Tht .. e ;J= '' 'p-- .' f f 10 f ef the most ; eat":, a
doubted Jf the aestiDa was fairly &Nthmaco.t .Aptf20.. riifP> ,iw ef'TrY; .- ; "" '" ,,: < -' .: -r Southern .y--; yt.,
weU be : pr .' r .. J .. ...-. ,f"..' .' : :. ... ., country, .
submitted to the unbiassed jBogment of all,the which was:to. haTt ,b ;"UtaeT "=, .. *n..Scb",!fat.f .lnn; b ..'".Jr u.' ., 'L '-" '. < Mumi and i tf rimqtff

- S.atberai whether ,Ja either proved laQur--- ,rb: 3.--Brq'Lenofa,. JOncaJd 3 .J, ". c. '** 't'.-1 .' United States- "
veters of the >comp ete Some fiftetn or twenty ,.t. 1 & :&**&1&* *&i &

ea*.majority would,be ferpdj| jat: this time,- in persons cam*,fa :from tit owtryTrhleli/ A ri120-Bri I ;f 1I.rn. 1 J.: &rM02fr. -J*?*lIec1fcih has expired a uwjpwthot ai ant Ute pap8.Tel M be'A .

by the ioarc In.Is tots Oiousco, :'Haskell N.'J: < e ,'- Jeade I and eetaMlri rputatfoa'wlarev topsm over dudy illsitmisU.
fats et such Coatntion lrgpmmeaded w i ire.4T to the .ft/tjU-- -.'-a.Jto, j- ; \- > U7 .
from the Co tT d f .= A ? best used based mtbelT.oa its ewa .ia ":; state aeon JnUocewithiu.Thywa he 9-e1"r .
Minority those members -Cograes' ; Hio&Ja.t1at .i,t1ui J g .' IQ b.I nper10r deaqbe aJfte ,: iarDertaat saK'
.phi odclUD1l1 L hit by 'agitation. m<;constitute'A ndBctent inmber'to hl' W1ed : raCkflon.fJ1Q Cilia p 'St OZC.: i; 'rtu.WUa cl b.ndis-rf ai-esu. ,TM.ao -1ritJLu..aa *Vaaeaesec.

egttatco*. AorrATios: the projectors have added to tbVappeflationof: the iwrt of Cc&toiZaa'Cowtfy ; '1'S; ; trMtllcll" .end bow MIl Ss. KR.5* Ieb1p11 will be,thow >rydr&e& eW 13 (t

I*thefe'CIUM'be ej bted adiflheld, I nrpgow there_. were rove tw nty-ara"as; shun, .LEJJWlTB..B.. j$RJCS. f11LD111tQ., sad mmm his.atteadaats Tfce acrofulous patient 'ulcers,ethsnsss taalmealf; al ?f the ewe.tots! l. t

aad M .ammoav D8&r1"l i o l.'To&e.la: not ob- who were'faroraUe" ;toJ'th.C' eaUOit. .e' "t : gar Streit.' ,.'., '. .hopelessly for years,bus uaaef ben cutaneous aMde whole. Hundreds of persons,who bed groaned The classes Iatlfusfc2a 1 }W _
and '
There.ft *I "" 4 nBTHE SUBSCRIBER'woutd"" r inform aa* glandular disorders earoaie_ rheumatism, _Work;aad E.bTcJ4evy.wffl Wasttsrthesjsj
how inevitable will be the effect shadowed att'i.towa .r .other i
UJaoi wlto oomplalaU
; 11 hapiob- springing frem a'deraaseaient of the diate of }
!. the citizens of Jacksonville and surrounding and the eireulattoa secretive organs care Jlfts Barteoa aad U taOev
forth GOT.Brewa,.ef*w keni the position abJ1.attended buildrime ,have been rated as it were from .<*
by g totally opposed to the country: that-. opened the aboru establishment with leianemeJ the cade ot disease and sow. tutioa.North oiSotb whine 7bnn aM are

.the South,?. :Jtoiis it At alUlear- '.y mind Southern Convention: I myself(which-Ibeliere* with a view.to sell goods atreasoM&lf U-sheik<, Tke eoastftattoaevcledly testify to the efieaey of this Inestimable. taught more thoroughly or erirtjfttsijry- f

that:De,-half of the delegate if fc tithe of them, lithe eaee'vittt the greal' hod;et the'Wbigi and rotes t believing that a,."nimble.penny is better y resideea% has bees tastiaiaar.&ohHsbedfro of:ttoso time who have beau cured by !ia use with abut and,The strictest attention will bsi paid N OvsHsai et i'
'* totiate general
than 4 slow ahilfn :Hehasreceired ; sad were tt deriratd depertajeat
l ; and is *, a mass
wiD have conception-of ih4f object designedby ma ot the TJevmerats,the CAhety r tgJMtlms while at thesame
any | )esn see .r constantly reeeiring the MOST rtsanxtxuLr and ., could be -toward'proia>HO*soa UBM every th4wet."
the'poliad B.'who have-eencotted" this'Revolatiaaaiytaovfiaeat. necesrity tot the proposed ConTenUoa.: We hare L.Srr.itrbx; ofv*>"'Tyand".>*Upl.' Dry. '' II cteHvery BWiVt-,Bs.jneetimsNe< *.- value. Tae afflicted, sad those !*-an act us-We influence win be as esureruQy arsMatv -_- '.- '

.' not lost the'pstrlotiam j OMdj.rto witr-J '-,'_ .". 'e r ..lriaIeifta Yirt.a4 appeopriate w sb.altes The"fI"'I'St Tors Kan.IAMW .
> That great iDJaUeehu aQ.voufidenee yet jn. and ; :k t the
I ybtagts which" ft ilea f efi. ";a -t.. 'oo"< i ." two sessions of five ao U.eajk.j-Tlio first ?
boeadone to I-,and varied i" j.ries. inflicted on integrity ot Congress and we believe in Old,Zack j, English and American"Printsj.Ginghams;; -r : **.. = ;. -' ..);.. ,;j. i.: fe? ,i'jfc 11 amen eommeneed oa the IeeODdJl db1 a.JssMssrv u*-." .

us,17 most of the Northern Steles,'hfell every as strong aserifr, confident; that he would veto I Cb&1 .taYS.White! and Colored Muslins; ,. ,"CANCOoua.ULCEIt CURED OR9L VENYEARI' STANDINOU and to ead. before the second;Mtwday M .
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where at the8oatbaMwetbeeninsvItinglyproclaimed any"unconstUnfional bmtreep..sng.apon'theright Embroidered MuT1D ; Linen Lams;! : ham Tbla her LWM *>ia l 1.JIM; share-here sees ao,symptoaM of Th.in second to eoauaea' e.oa th secoad Y dpi t
bssltb man. Juryrsnd c befinethe
*u sinner above';s'jl' then, for tolerating of the South"in violation of the Silk Tissue and Bareze; L C.Handkerchief I .. .ailieemm._good July ista December. fiteo.ddlotadey .
; ', compromises ., f ,tI, 1bs.r.. fi x- /" i* .'JT.rMtJelra. IC44., Pupil eraintertli: :any-time, aad_ 'i
Silk and Cotton t
(and many of us preferrblgj) the institution at.th.: Constitution., Should, the North Handkerchiefs; .UM-c..n mea-l consider it bat as act of justice to *outoiatetb will only be charged until theteraLr ,
Cotton Gloves Lisle;Spun Silk and Silk Do. e fcjjewiaj facts ta Mferenee to tae benefit J have received m tie Pupils derive grea by tJ
'clearly recognise d $ Divine as well however her from r' : cur ofaaob 'jater .
slavery, y carry aggressions stiaateCaBcxaeraUtcBaoassybreast. u.reol.
White,and Colored Hose gilall : ar .-. inj ss the be6malag K the ; ;
as human authority-and whet tin unequivocally deeds,.and resistira action"on _the gait of the ., Half-Hose; r advice aad couneetof eifftteea one months of ear by a and aUIfut=assisted by the 'Young-ladies punning .wffl i'i' '1 s
secured to ne by the Constitut oalwhich could not South become oecossary I venture to say that the *. and ; least benefit.. 'AIT tae various aostaUeead methods of treattaf- cancelVere wisliout UM eeive diplomas oc eertifieatee orp"'IUe ,e ,11 i
Shirting :wr Sre rceortedto
Sheeting waits ;
biro bad birth without ft; any<&jjrikjch win cease,to people of this county will not be found wanting in Bleached ; I.. .: UM for six B was ia daily snceessioa srriBfed nj with breast was tamed with agate tkree times eJv' '''COnft or fTCBT.f k + -S l'

be, infringement of iU prWisions adverse to their.d t1, to" this State..: "We..lore the Union, Irish Linens;'Silk Cravats; Colored Do.; t 'iatemel probed the ulcer nicer was so large that tt fcebT a weak over aa aotatioa ounce of of nitne the acid soluaoa.sad the The cavitf-et doctor The eonrse of study is divide" 'b eve ehriar' 1 'tl:
shaQhave progressed a litttej!further. Utterly would deplore its separation U one of the greatest Table Damasks; Scotch Diaper; I t I ,." to the loon,and if I did examiaed not ret the speedy bone relief and by said medicine the disease or was advancins;rapidly. The Stwdiet if.. Jtm&t\'XkMittM\ t, tn a

ail detest the spirit and want );priJ eip1o of the of erils and will not willingly jive bur assistance Swissaud Cambric Muslins.: I but would be fatal. I was advised to have the &' open and aa the operation bone summed tae result; metio.SpoUiDc.RoacIiDL Writing aidireatel: Artth-J, 44
andinc 1I0-reUef
Abolitionists of emery degttejj=opportunity af- to any act which will in our opinion tend ia the BarM Do. Striped Do.. ;, I almost despaired of from recovery what,had and been considered done and my feeling case nearly I was raptdly hopeless. tiagwors., tirrt.Las-Readia I4|+.i Mafcra.Cee--t- ,>- tgrsphy i

forded by being at the North Coir dome months remotest degree to the consummation of that ob White anJ Colored Berlin Cords; I Seeins, various testimonials} aad certificates of cure by thee use of SABM SiSMriBILLA ,Grammar W Bg.au 4 rteaaMtle. 'rncoMl -? :r..

daring the past year and over a Considerable por ject. 'In'ouopinien, the exeiting questions that Trimming of every description; ''I I tll1Ii 11 were used.in cases but similar from tae to IODK my own deep-seated, I concluded character to try of a my few disease bottles produced several of ao whirl .tary&Botany C&us JUvdera Arithmetae Geognplir eoSdkt with d>' iesaea ,-, ,1 f--
very the af
tionofit, constrains me to the'conviction: that are n6w.agitating the country must and will be Cologne; French Extracts; '. I decided until the ek disease. Considering this as tae only probable cure for my*ease I persevered the Globes, Parsing et iiSUietofT et aee the:,. s\

oar Representative is in err ',' thinking that settled by Congress, and a Southern Convention, Pearl/'Gilt and" Bone Button; f ;}l was completed; was there entirely is not cured.the slightest It Js BOW appearance over eleven of a return atootas since the-cure i United States Watts oa the iftfiaa, Bhetetbal t.1- :.

'a Mow is proposed to be struck at:Institution so far from doing good 'will only tend to retard Coat's A, d Lee's Spool Cotton I '1 mrttf waLL,sad the cure nttrtlf tfttttd tf SAWS' SxstA ASUL4 lOnnftrtfnunmet a/u t- Reading Amir-Spelling, and DebiD rK iv; :,;"" ,!.fII
ie.edcir.le ry Mn4 egg tern its abolition in thJDistriet of Co and perhaps defeat neb settlement. Mosquito Netting} Please tmfimn. '
Slavery by : I II excuse this long deferred aetuwwt dgmmnt. which 1 think it.my duty to Heavens, Worcester's History.:' Be as. !
Imb'- the people of the Nerfci. True ab- Fringe, Gimps and Edgmg.With R I IINIIP ; wbea make. Your valuable Sanaparilla cured me with the blessing of Divine Providence, ny,Parsing ia the Poets.. ,. ., esyW ant

straeUy considered these thlngVi&ay 'openly 'P:wise, April 1st,'1350. every variety of Goods usually kept ina ,I say many nothing things else I cannot could;write and I feel and myself I do most under respectfully lasting obligations invite ladies to afflicted you; 1 eaa '(daily.) Composition Writing.: .,9 1.jJ "'' '" --, ; "tl! .'
Dry Goods Store. Persons wishing "to pnr- ''II' 1 nave been to call upon me i I will as Iabove Senior Student-Geometry,A'., IV .. ,
comparison of satisfy them of
in ;t1 tae
advocated by many; bat, numbers [Dear Sir: So far as the Nashville Convention fully trataa*stated ,
chain, will.do- well to call and examine for them i I aad many other things ia reference the cuo.l' -- Trigoaometry, Chemistry .;late r.1 '
,the "man,'would be found s*few, as n>t to is:concerned,I am entirely J of your opinion. .It is aelTe. I' i' ;al ,WANCT J..HLLLXR, fie SaOiraa-street.- : _Philosophy- Moral FbiloeopbyJi' : atwlPhilose

leave_the proportion of one to a hiridred& if out to true the South bas had and still hare cause of WILLIAM P. DEWEES. 1 iy.and IitiaopUonalSi1 Essay WtittaSr'tpoaiUoa ; m.
As the desire complaint against bur Northern brethren 1850. !ti LIVER COMPLAINT. :. ,General, R c taoas.,of the voter ;regards Fanatic .Apn1 l8t Iy i I The foliowutg is an extract from a letter received from bY.William dauufca

and lately the intention, to inhibit it in the Territories ia Congress may stir up the strife; Abolition i '. :. RIca ,3 1q
I *; raiawai OW.iT,1545.
and Rice Straw Hataf '
undoubtedly large majority at the North petitions may multiply for presentation; still I Panama Il ysc-I have beeaaflicted with a severe pain ia oe" "ned JaveaOe Department,* 1dFirstClasa Itff' lr
Bonnets; Bonnet Trimmings; I by a diseased liver for the last twenty years; suffering at times vans ". .a -l ',Jf ,UIIr"t ...
are,or bare been in favor thereof. But has it cannot see the benefit to result from th. contemplated Stationery of every description; ; I e ,t: a a {Demonstrations A general assortment*of Boots and Shoes. 1 I 10 that I bYe been able to attend tom business aad a a t1N ,,: t
not been manifested by recent assemblage spoken of. If by. 'we''eould i } last adeem preach CI C' IJHaUr.for toe Junior Studies,
Nllf1; i months. I '\14t'ti
Just received and formic at reduced prices at-the ; wholly discarded aU other laedicme and tkorouckly tried the Senior Acadia a at IL. ;
of ;the evil or SarsapanOa :i j
that the FGOPLX of certain respectable portions remedy legally existing cause our { wniekleaarecoaiaiendiatratkaadsineemyto t.iP"
WM. aU those who ia
store of P. DJBWEE8. : I are Musie oa Piano,. a at KJ:; !,a i
the Nortk we..roGltcl.to refleetioi, and disposed persecutors.to desist, it certainly,would be adrisaWe. April 18. tt 'I I any remarkable way cures with effected any by species i&a.of in scrofulous this viaaity.eomplainta: JilL L,Shaw There,by kave the been use of sane six UseofInatr.men I sr; arr. lID* th q ?i

ai least to halt; if not in soma dens to recede .. The effect must cease with the action The II I II I I' ;7'I I bottles wes J' whobd beenbisith tkaa sbe aad twfere enjoyed tea years; and Pain ting. .".- If l i" 10043 -
from their offensive and nnjust'p4sItioas; 1 Has it factious:disposition of Mr.:Calhoun seems to.hare Uead- 1 I by ute of.few cJt .
that.tiJ PILATCA, Afarei:;:e, 1350. ; ;Ii I Yours truly, WM._ French Spanish and ; --
DOt ceased to be a fact people the disseminated itselflargely among the high-spirited, \j : iJ
OEon'No.X : I 71! CURE OF A It win be perceived that 90 pir term II the ,
North discredit our being in earnest t Are they and a portion of unreflecting Southern people; :1 1 SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYEs. highest price that eaa be eharg* 1!br tuttwa fa ,"

not beginning.to separate thMaudrot from the many of whom I fear bare never calculated the .' iL A N at ELECTION the several is election hereby ordered precincts to be in held the t'' II :;P"I I K. '.lD8:-- 1 little 4aur1der.s..t1 Kagan w den ODe,A year I. old 0dMr wu II atiackdII ,INt the Literary and Seieatiae'Br,, tehee.,.'faefatfatf. >* N'Jet

violist and extreme politicians ,there, and is it price of this*'otLr gloriou Union The Constitatien 'I Counties of Poval and Nassau on the first Mondayof I I I I ;:::11 II wick allllOll a scrofulous total blindness bomora b tics WI soon after extended into her eye, the Ancient Languages. [f 1! >? '- l f

not time that we should'do liktjr*at the South 1 pr.for all emergencies; it laves to May next, for a Colonel of the.Twelfth Regt- I,1 !''II two physteians to attend UM her ODe, wto of iflTfll exhausted,&lid'their utmow'lIerwhc skill .y.llor*MMIMVTVW but The Institatioa'WfllbSsapplied'withCksaioal }
meat of Florida Militia,'to"fill the vacancy occasioned I'' 'I I .:, it all proved useless and that mown andPhiloeoj>hiealAparatusaaJ av.weD aseartea,4
The rebuke given in the wlttfni.*organizaUon the injured party the reliable resource, an appel anally one of them remarked la me he tad of /
Ifiato real and library.
by the resignation of CoL John M. Pous. Ilml, I some striking cures effected by Bami'SaiMparUla, aid advised aie to .1. Classical _OH Kaeoas ;
of the: House; by, the. election .of ia Speaker to late jurisdiction which the framers of our Constitution Also;for a Lieutenant Colonel of the same Be tment"to511 ill I I iI I I I' :;t: tamed one bottle which she commenced using, and before it was all used try up:it had 111'. U."Voeat Mass taagbtl4w 'n' tbepSp0ew n1

these tRros of the South,as waD'at' of the Nerthi agreed to for reciprocal protection. the vacancy occasioned by the resignation ,:'! I I I I II I I effected been no an entire care.. its severer four years oaes she was cured and there has without eharz:1'N' r' .* *. 1
I reappearance of the dis east, sad we are ssHsasd that it is a perfect care.'
hat irritated not subdued them- d Ills. for the I am not disposed to broad cast my'eensure.upon 01'LieuL Co E. D. Tracy Also; for a ]i i It gives me great pleasure to add tnat I can recommend tt to every eat rev ham ear One-half terms of tattioa 6H dl.1* .
nilar Major"of the'same .Rer ,-to fill the vacancy II r :Similar complaint. BespectfnUy yours, GEOK6K JLO JJ 01 advance or the whole at.s.If l th!Mss J
people in an the States' in a I tf ) nnthoi to the. advocates. of the Convention, because- .- I.believe occasioned-by'the removal of' for Nathan ii I_, > ..

act irrespectire el those who w,a4'be their leaders them to be sincere;\wa aH'igree "as to the erfl-r Norton from command. The Inspectors of the I', rupAtcD AKD sou, waouaujs AMD urea IT Scholars from abroad can 1l. ,hsard.itbWW Uak&ilesia :
i ia thefamil1.r the PriaaprJ.; o tefdrate
-me t of whom seek,to be .;,onr/for their only ia the remedy we differ. I hare carefully election bell at the various precinct in said j A. B..s D..SANDS. DECOGISTS AKD CuMjstf the towa.- . lIt" ".. 4 if
Counties in' October last .'
are hereby appointed
Americans-- *> tri> *%rrti>&> --. ;
own selish'psrpoees. Let us act as perused G T. Brown's letter,of explanation in reply Inspectors of the election hereby ordered and will 3 1 'l 'nTOS'IT..coa.ss er" :.IrgwTeau'/' 11 R.;W. _.:. w

ss oven of'this gloripas'Unioa-i-iriich may be to our Delegates'--in Congress; -consider it make returns of the same according law. a SoW also byDnggisU, generally throughout see Vnited Sutee and Cwds-; W.A.I SON. .

done by uf'the SVuth fyielding any one of the most able State documents extant=no .- <> f'-n-a B. HOPKlr ; I I '' Pneef I per Bottle; six Bottles for $1.c L B "q\ ". #-

paint that will inftiet either degjrsjiation or rain ..unprejncid man .can're&4 tit without sustaining Brig. :,Gtn.' Co.1meiartding.; '! J Z &'Mdt&FebrWy TSOMA .t II

on vs. At any rate kt as be clearer and calmly him in his position, and time will award to him t April 13, .8v. _.- dIn c )50.. -.! ( iTesiwe., \

right yielding only what a just spirit of coneessionrequires all the credit due to his p&triotisau ,Circuit Court tWeNi .___ icwwia 3

as was done in forming tin Constitution.AM I The question includes'.noae of the ,cardinal : EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA., For Sale in JacksonvUk by.J. FORMAN.-: ,. Madison'Male" 'AtWdemyw "* -.

if thas 'clo armed; the',iil day of sepa- points in our political faith'as Whigs i it simply, t. \ fi'Mp'' J r
COCHTTOT DvTALt CIUJicn I'm. tlCistiaei rJL
t tMe
IMilK ExaxUea e
ratios or. revolution mnst'. come, tour people willpresent an abstract difference as to expediency. and I sincerely Mutual' .Life Insurance In the Circuit-Court: f rearmed the &rond afe JSaeaavy* ftII
Elisabeth Callahan ,
an undivided nndannUkfront,wiling hope it may never be made a test questionfor a TS. '>>. Bin for Divorce. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. fast, under the sapermtendftao* aaof dtrceUea ofMr. t
if needs be, to meet any and every eoat.inceac1. the South-it would involve as la endless eon Alexander Callahan. > ACESCT or Taft .B. Z.GAULDEN, late gnUaate ef Cataa-; a'

**Ia such a crisis party feelings and prefetenees tentions, and insure to the North all that her most r appearing to satisfaction of the Court New Terk Late laswraaeo .paa7'. 111 CH..lI CJC B.". bia College.as a Teacher Fromaknowledrt, derived, fro of Mt'GamldernVricapacity *'txperioabar* M!

should sink into merited ina>( nincanee and rabid"abelitioaisis could desire. P.Lari:. by affidavit filed, that the Defendant in the No. 68 rTafl Street JVw rod Mar Reixiss,by'her.next.Mend and trial daring the quarter' f the last-year Just t
i above entitled cause resides out of the State of vs. well from the mort aajple and satisfactory -'* f
of closed aa
able and rirtoons of thcitizens our ,as
the -
most ; Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court MOKUS FaACTUa Prttident.Srucxa i Bxn JAWS RotLrts.yPON testimonials of farmer taw ey the Traa a
State be selected to determine Anrongh our Le- NASSATJ.Cotrrrr. April.15, 1S50. therefore, on motion of said ConJplainant. by S. BEnD CT. Viet Prtadent.Puar reading and jUng the Bill Complaint tees of this Academy unhesitatiegly' *i 4 {

gislalare or'in a Cearentiosi win the State, "It it my opinion there is altogether too much James W. Bryant Esq., her Solicitor FxzxxAR, Actuary. U filed in this eauseTend'proef of the residence it to the consideration of parents aad guaxfiaaa'
cd under the It I Ort, That said Defendant appear and 84 of the said Defendant beyond this Circuit' who be of placing .tadtr their'* .
.w sir duty and interests ret froth and foam, too little of cool determined oil Amount of Funds liable for looses $205,089 may desirous 1TIi '
answer the Bill of Complaint of said CoB ptahaat 165 67 It it Ordered That a hearing kell1ace oa the ia a'situationefferiB Pm4iceesaeate err
of Premiums above investments, ,837 charge '
tearfal exigency which will ban.a eulatioa.o the great aH-eagrossing topic of the within three months or the same will be taken ateo (acts and allegations set forth la said Bill oh the healthfulness of location Saialih'Moral sad iatelteetnal ;

"In saeh-times as these it; i* a balm to know day. Tie howlof the Northern fanatic is 'answeredbythe jfeawd against him. 24th day of flareh next: and that a- copy of eultnre inferior to n.o je*it the ffMth%

"the LoKo'reigneta,' and Hx eaa quite erea 'the shriek of the Soath demagogue It it further Ordered That a lOp of this Order From the Mobile Daily Advtrtiter, Monk 1747 this Order be published 'for the apses" -of.three era country. Students may be: retured etMe '
'** duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published Lint blaaila-A practical illustration ol months previous thereto. Academy to enter any CeHeg* in'h.RUa1MpStates. 1
breath man,'t*'work tol"tberCG: our good.. r., and timid men think all going by the boajd. in some newspaper printed within the Eastern the benefits of Life Insurance has recently been THO. DOUGLASJidgelrs..;: ._ r1 }r'S4J" -"* '-.

FL But I for one believe with old ,G rernor(1 Brown, Circuit of Florida once a week consecutivelyfor furnished this city, in the ease el our lamented A tmeeopyi ThesMet stattentonmi>e! tothe' etaY "_. is:
----I'Lt1znos God bleD bus that three *'- fellow-citisen the late Edward F;Ted. While S. W. BAxn,.Clerk and 'the Seal of said both> bytW t
--- ( ,) wo shall weather storm. months.THO. ..' deportment of the students, Tr.laa.trr
he effected
brut CaalT, t$4 Uareb, 1850.In The mill, of'the people South. aiuf'North. hare DOUGLAS, Judge. ia..good.. .Mn healthy_ nn some!,;. rife time of last R5. OO year. in the Newt Court.February 23, 1850.i 3m and the Teachef.' The of Academy the vliaM]*leeatedw/isaix of Madbatt f'
humble eetittaUon Convention than their I* Lewis FLxarae G. Clerk' of said Court do Insurance ,, (formerly the the immediate vicinity i
Jtfcjt I more patience and wisdna leaders j Life Company baardin3
y. Conrt-Honse,in or nearTWhkU-jre
the above to be trae of
a aa
hereby certify M.
copy Maadon is
win bar the most injurious teiUUeies. In the \SV hare aa old Fabian la eoamsod and .hk Order made and entered of record ia said entitled Nautilus in this) of which Mr.Mr.,Test James died Tory suddenly In the'Circuit,Court:7..;;; maybe obtained on nod._. TM. .

first place U wiU increase the' present agitation policy suits better than that of Minnas or Varro. cause ia said Court on the 13th.day of uipril A. agent and the ether city.day the amount for which his life EASTERN; CIRCUIT OIL FIORLDL r five scholastic months year each.wiU be The divided int. 'pomms.eodw 'jJi

against Ii at the N orlh. From tiw position taken Then win be no Cam this campaign." D. :. was insured ATe thousand dollars was promptly : the second-Monday in Jai ctIU '
I hereunto set on
by their most eminent Statesmen, it is eri- In Trrrcrss WHKior, paid over to his family 1 Mr.Mnndon.- -:11 CBAHCERIT.MAKT : .' end before the second Monday .?- Tice are=
.. affix 'the Seal of said .f.
The New York notices screral (L ] my hand. and no comment from ut I "
Express This eireamstaaoe requires next '' the second!M .
not by her friend and to commence oa -e
eTanees- ROLLEIS;
dentla yiate d to.redress ourgf; Court.- force.It to head of a : -1-
it due speaks every < the .
'Constitntloai.4 by strong reactionary -indications i in several LEWIS FLEMING, Clerk to give band misunderstood vs. and end oa allowing UoaeJA k.
fcy .aam.Uae proposed family in a voice that cannot } BcitjJum Ratite ,thus a shoxVl j f
Mr:'CsToar" (for they ari.' welt.aware of the Northern States. We copy from that By ,I. V;GAaxn D. C. should not be disobeyed :The advantages ol and the afidavttJ enDdecember of each ,aeon. Stadeats wl h jriyukej tat* :t" ,
wiC I the
and results ITfPON reading foregoing <
< &a.M the its beneficent happy for to dTanosj aa
,AprU18,1850. system half the tuition a seanes
danger-of touching that saereA! IwUvnent, that ,paper : I a suggest themselves to'the mind oc every reader:,, of Peter Sparkman,which aeeonipanies the pay the.balance at the end ofthe,
sheet *ae bor ,of the South;) bat;*y placing "We then the .Notice.T and we trust induce him to.".aDd do likewise/ '
note amen; recent Action who has i E.9. <%kaTX8.rorrtintMrJM9! .'* *
"" traction* ttpen-anjadlig.hberany'Ipto of the free'Staf the rejection of a bill in ETTERSOF ADMINISTRATION on the Certain it ia-that BO him prudent for support man ,,will Del:: saabove *- i ui"ti'v'! :*

n. 'This is what we aut' tasul.iipon. Tbiiis one branch the Ohio Legislature, refusing JL4 Estate of John George Zirax deceased led family for dependent a the upon& --ofJ.. :; ..be set down for b.lddeitthe aext Tern of I Orthography, Reading, and *., s r h'
when'tbs'' .is thus been tolbe subscriber by the Hon. day the Circuit Court to be ,Counties of: -' -- 1
*. But granted -
an,we can A iAorib laws ,
( to more stringent for the .
; : pass escape Jude Monroe Fla. all instead of the 24th;day of. Arithmetic ccgnphf .
of Probate for County, and Levy, I ; .
ready to.yield to u all .mr CemijlUtional rigateaaddesaands ol.fagitire alarea. fn Connecticnt, also, at having elaiau against said Estate are re- Annual Roto of Insurance of,OM ff4fidn&Dottanm March Ielt..before ordINd. sr- -'..? History,Composition. r 6chs,fa '131!' a

why,should'we] cpftjbne this tar the last sitting of the Legislature, there wasa persons quested te present the same according to law, orthe *' Single Life. E\ THO. DOUGCJ pk"1 Algebra,, jGeoawtry,Plain sad 'w 'V,'O

moat' Way should we in a VaUywg'' spirit say refusal 1 to reenact the Wilmot Prorieo.: = same will be bored ..' At Chambers January. 9thy. 1850.if "., .*.. f Trigonometry,Meaauratiea of .....
to them the stand of the South lane alarmed you; The Legislatare of Pennsylvania, by a strong NICHOLAS'SMITH, .'.. ,-. -a-e'- I -' A'teneeepji : .* : saidCourt. Do.Conic of-Solids vPUTerentiai, Surveying.and ltd laletiILL-- ,, i"i.
Ib of
,hare set of \Vjlmot Pro Key Wart,-Mar ,'1850.--apriM > 2m-;, e L h'et I!.i 8. W. BAHXTT, CIark'and Seal < 'Nataral Moral Ft .
t. and
fo.hanyM1Mevaythiag goerilpteed .u by role postponed a i :; : [ '" 4 ;: t ;,-' -',' :.y&f Calcuras; I'"
E Mmar
the ConstUutioait U but we art net satisfied visQ'resoloUoas to a day.beyond the ,expiration a ,Sa--t*. is'State Astronomy, Chemutry-Itota4r
true ; "'Jail !:'i t"' Feb.. Ont: ;; Elsr "
'mast submit to the'dtetates of lobn Cl: Cal- "Of;; the session. The .Pennsylvania Brought to ,, < :: : t-a p.,1Ca" :' '. ... '- -""- '- alogr, Geology, Aheteriei-L, acs J ;
you of Criucdna Nesstal
heua;:or this Union is dissolved j"ffl the pea House'of Eep'reseatatiyes,.by a voteofA50; ; a MAN,urbosayabie ouch'b I < st. 'ji 2 !or.'ir w r4s1L1. # ,' wsC : of lI1.rwai.1I" ."'Ce ntyCIRCUIT'COURT .: meats Evidences of ChrisUaaityv.and ...

This to 29, has passed a bell)1.repealingeertaia.. .'and that he belongs to TBOKAS gs gs, ,53 IS lSr"CHAirCERT-a Economy,. *". S' 3. ".'- & .'341',.. 'i 1
ife o the South austeia saehad triMl ,' .K5A/ 8. C. "He is < ,< 'ki .
n, oT Barawell District, '<.2 ; "1Wi f
iavr < The Ancient Languages
sections the Sf 1847; to !
:'is traerposilloi the! ''SouthernWtrail' objeetjenable about 5+feet 10 ?*.'. ; a -
howem the Lot about 30 years,:and is James Murray :
-.win'irMse Ceelilal'caw. present the recover of'fogitiTe'slaTeSj:''ln ehw four of his front teeth are ll D!. *. 14 72 W IAS 41..1 16 ;* j .u vs. a'f: BILL, roa D1TOZCL' ,. pW. ... JRB"VO. :-., .f''
U4 /persisted a candidate for in J .. 1 86' 42 1 85 :1 89 8 40 V dW, A.' IDISON'cn
Rhode JslaodV theFree Soil *_.* ,..' WILLIAM GROTHE, >* 15 77 83 Sawn Murray. ) "
North.Their "- 182 S the Bill ef Com ,1.B uznuuv' :
ue at the Moderate mea II &| -90 143-,185 and filing ek-eae
Senators sad their in- Governor, at, the recent election recrireJ 'f "Jailor of'Dad County, Fla.. : 81;:l'a,1 90 '1 94': 3 63 UPONreading cause aad upon reading the .' ;B.'B.Tf10tdA5{'r i +

!epeea eatativewil1O less than 200-votes innhe'whole State; and -.March 21* !/; ,... ,tT."" -.- 18 89 92 I 69 45.It 81 "'196 .S 78 I affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant that J dL MA'February .: -" .,:air -t

flaeaee, aad free-eoIBsm' wffl Lave lit' .sway. Under in Massacha ettswbefe;" a year ago theWr1. '' '. 19' '*** 'N ,1 TS48 ,I 92 93-5:; 011 87 said Defendant reside in the State of Georgia 14,1feo.Alachua .. '.,:J: .I t:1'"k t\\, dll..n.

,such eireumsUnccs,the eonditipa, *.f the, coun-. mot Proviso resolutions passed:ttie LegMJa-i -, 'k NOTJCE. ;; '20 ,91 "JS 177 '47' 193 ,119 4 R M-On&m/; That the said Bill be'heard \ -
'heretofore'existing"be., 21'' 'n '97.' 183 48.,194 101,4174T :, the facts charged therein,at the Court-House in Coln p. ...
1iJ.b.lett& imagined thai&if.n in the' mhe copartnerenlp "' Co.ap 2 n.
tan with!only one dissenting -) .in the eondactYofflu."lnkeonvill.Bowl '22 fl \99 i88; *49 185 2.1 :,4 49S I the County of Nassau;on Wednesday;:the 22d ., sial. .

teet; it will create dlaedei-a aoag!TBumelves. If ham presented *memorial from 277 persons," arm;and'style of,".Buffingtea Af,- ox.7is this. '14 98 '1 07, '198 81. 197"1m''475 490 .Audit u further Ordered Thu..ecpr of this int.hia B" VIRTUE authority for 1st'a-eb1 i Irpt6-wt ad thr

.1bo1r's..thft pa.ply they 4 Iy lore'this asking the Legislature to instruct j3Ir.. Webster clay dissolved by mutual oeneent. The business '15',100; i or 1112O452 117'3u--M210:250:'202,287::, s 24 Order District be published for at least ia some three newspaper months before printed.the .i eourt-house ed,I door.expose m the town of r MrnanITi0!,"
1d Jar the insertion of the WiltnotIVorisd Will 6OfsUBMtO iberlie. of JuI
Ilafea;Itti"ROpeit 'sppeeeists to rote eoDect the '112321T 54/2 If,2,89., said 32d day of May next.' J Monday the eighth any $ '
llesstiigs U bedews themMsousIJberUes tnthejne; r Territorial.?bllls, Jutdagainst'the P1NGTON,who a alone authorized who will also to attend to 17 23 120,123.224: '65 ,2 S28 2ta 5 78 ':1' 'THO.'DOUGLAS: Judge,'fce., mach.of the pared owned' by thSjI 3!S 'e

Vje; parulMdlly epos a"part'r ia''our midst bill l,Mr* ilaado,. concerning debts the settlement ef the late of firm their and joint outstanding..cOOunts.s' f 29 1z8.1a5JlI1 t'"r 68 i 247 S 429 58 605 627 J. P. SAJtmasotc; Solicitor' for Comp t.' persons.Tisi' Hr '.set i'n v .}

drRdiscoVd"an f lttlfifold be She' laeriuble fugitive elave.'Mr. Hilliard opposed-the rem irSAMUEI/ BUFFING TON,-Ja,' 8o..1S1 if 1,426,2 43 flat 67 68814481660 270 l November 22 lSI9. So each of tbo lad,.brat.. of w.kesw>tAp.ey -'' .a
'4. fereaee'pf the'paper t,tha1itCOnU1itt; PHILIP COX.' 81 1 "' '463 675 do Grant 4 pane .. 7erty
meals, 'Heftni.U this iarty atViieUnnbed t 83 lID>!: 148 260 'J 69 867 OrncxV Resent '& '.20,000 aen seed ivied tlpaa ptr.
HaleD laid on dbetable 'Nos e l' '485> 491 700 v Cucxx's b.f
it. idlii1aalelCf on motion of Mr. it was ;dprile,186l.-1141 1 84 148V2-<*;60 11ese.E-L-v7..d
bold.. tkm we cauot pfrrcat '1 '83 "Court 01 .
"' This' M'.cer- ; ,a' 4SJ IOSI 725 I, Cv C. Beesent, Clerk of the Circnit I t v:_ ri
m"bin bytyote; "ofi5to 11 ,; .. 84185160204 &an dry of DIe. :
UdWtWr ,
.. ; movement". C'e1 an u s .utr. Tax, .C.lleetoe" 85 1 II 183 27:' 63 471 5397-5 for the County of Nassau, do hereby certify"that eero
: Uinly; great.reactionary a : 7 85, Se.iSoOOO
:s1.'t t LiBY .1C7 18110 8 60 the above is a true copy of the original Order-,asoa '
rrawro 're. i89 taarkJi
.. .it.. ',, .. :1.. w .. .. The B/egislatore of Miebigan Jtas.Also virtue.of the power vested miss' by law,'I 86 87 143 163 190'' -W109 71 815 fit ia.y omc .* r es the AWuae &ad.rin m
pealed iti 1 ufo'1be,Senators of the; shall expose for sale; ia front of the CourtHouse ,23 143 170 05 65 8 84"'5 99 865 Is TTSTMOST;waxacor, t hate hereunld'eelmyhaa3andtriv ., wm""fl.rnd Ia'Joba,L. '"

: ., ;{.,. xti, Djtdsh'Z91830.i I,sate to Tote for.tbt:prpTi o.-r' -'-"A'V v' ;i doer,fa the Town of Alligator, oa the first fN ,161 176' SlLieiG8 069 *27 895 845 ,sap, (then being no seal belong 1ucI.tnaed b1 the J

Fed' p *it U *MTWr tt!thai _Iftl 1 '' .I'' Monday la July next. the following_.. __described.".Rtat. j; :40 169 -183, 320.T 67 J5 90 -663" office,) this & ace, 0'J ;.An IfltO.C. : 1Ieia witherstheeclat.ll.sl Mr.
rWIi'\0 :'Ii CoLsP&Xzoirt.: l ol h Fremont,'one of the 1 property, w so mach tnereoi so wu --- _. ..c BE8&N!l clerk:: J te.1, Great.aa4 IJN- nett kIs ld4r'Ws
4 18&9.&Del BAKER .4g
AWl "7.' '' a.d CouDt1 1&ibereea for .Ir \: :J: McROBF.RT Feb.7.. _- etch' aa4 ed.e finkLMdkaowaae **/ '11I"
# 'lo.bti'ibi P 'r Senator from California, i iaaJettor'ntjetAaaof : Ided dsereW wb t 'M.'D-t' +; _. sir 1III0 s.CarW" -tIC
sheet} the necessary expenses T.of i ,H.: tHoLLAms, \.I ,8.D.' Iatbeiarjios.d UP-I qqr.- *>". Brown, I swertoa: San.FjaaeUeo,: ated 140 acres Ant rats (and,lying above the Lots No:1 r MedMofExanuner*' : Admlnlstrntor't' 'a .Notice. -, ': Leis 80, 00 etial".r .
\ai the 8a.'lUftI. ,I7i township ILraajce.19.aMtlosife20 J .
---' 'HaibBI..CoivetttSahThu abU March 23, 1830.. ties ,
&I. December., '11,' 1849, iflqoinng,. among 1, Township 1,3ISth CRup J, SIX MONTHs &fter dat Wab ipiewBtw if lOr ru section U, Wwd U.wan .

an.Ge. 'Ileeva 4.nyfQIdb !,rerbi notbisf KiXFreiaoat's) political f views KSwTi* aPPIU :-. .':ot i j Tax CaecUr Sale,, .fudgeaccounts and tttuehr to the Honorable the section ,tewaship 1"ring. 1,'1MI4_ "
thlsjItot ,' wld4a 'otier things, TbogLtTIDt 'a.eeuea.I 'Colsuabte..CevwUy, *'tor Dwral CouatyVforiatoalw thePP-paVf'.r Issas rest;algid .
e0arre4 win -* ..- t?''- "* n 'WRIGH'> from the Admia tioaoftheEstate ', "
Mnt aad dtseharge eila1!
ategiutrwrdiur7 ; .AZ.tJ1'a : reiireded"iD" by t+ ,.
>o esf foth M tIi tim;: I&JI:- me 'of James D.'Peloteuoeaa9dijate .",
4 .
E : U.m'1't1t 4tpathe. of.the I "
.If I r.. .,1., 'i1 t .' ")1< presume that.tj' :will .bet;,&vsufficientaowrerto sir and CllJMt Ii', sa gK'I f'r townof) Alligator front .on I Ihe of said County. 1hiP'1OJtr&DP. .. also.atea.h of t. '; ..
the' ,paltfmn&b' your first'question, simply to state, tawdAhtgstorApti14,1860.:: 7 : ., Court Hadse dG u.- de- Hsu ."1 JOHN C.PELOTE Arredfla* :"
..tai that pfese. : i.b.t fOllewin 'PELOTF,
; m. < J.D'X61.Mn.
I tbirdMondsy r ,r.HA1n.F.S i. ,
FjCew ef Jeia J .
-'oda.w ;M. that brassociation'feeling'principleandeducation saNasal A. &hereol.'Iri1l __1 by Mary s. _
fin y .--- .. ..._ or ,eo' mum t'i (
property MaA ,
U Payna =
George Mr
.t the
; a :Tins for _._
% tor ol.s.as ;! thoroughly De''oerat&D4 'c.tT and tax;due thereon .11
State county ISO.Howe .
amee .iamieisuationWWlbeOwnk .r the Jannary 'on.potated out oar .
i p.wle
discussion ,w.:.the9neat10 heneeessary expenses ,
into and
u& 1S0.
It.. _Non without entering any f Z'1n.7p--- r isle, years ISO island '490 aeres ascond .' "' viol of rho hsud, b.int pact ; .
Tt. iayo vist
between the,.two great incident srto,' C.tleOlea: N R :
; C.itsf
sijissoe NusauCounty
B'Y Ot ; pwaed.bytb.
'. JXtP s Uoue door ; J".tTs Gt'sat, ;
Gout aaarUringtUm'e ,
..il tfiats, front of the rate land lying Ftrr1io1M os'dyd :.,. .
: TanitonelBiiw; 'j et:1 hake_onl fttrtber! .W' 011 the ptrdMendsy: 'aa'JeMne. Wr. *&10' Suwannee Driver parportlog,to:: t-ib _"y eeetientpointdat oltb.land.btog.otthaawned .
t the great pnDClpW"of'Ui."J of mod by. the .fticS
here the land Copt
be mach
11.; .t"teatmeewblehan" .De"4iiistedt' a l parttlb understood'on"U i* men as will pay t11eate$Zdu e11lbSye. V r..I.t '.A.J'r 'W1UGBT ", .1&..Jaban&be' 'of'be by + R ,
6 town
iI t *snQ rtLt E aD4 au def aide f\b Contineatc .t W I ,18E-tu(._- @lte pi4"+ "' ore ,tIWiIu4i-1U.A Calwabssa.e.r I !' t"r tar* Jdoadsy door,.te-ite drSsMhwat. oI.x.-r out CountyU day of-AUOna eowaty 1' 4

,} J Ire base P *P"0* :t-d'bOP ''tW4IaD4 I .N'D cud Ia, th. tow X Til-iT Tnatiatir -

sSa. I.mf I CaaTg O Mpeltd7-fIITY tritmda 4 Lie I t; $:DTRAJbtet at U beiD .u4 (a lI14t1PJ'1 3etar14dto .f" _" .. .J' : 10 John gfi5T..WKJGHTf -;

"ifd. ; t.\\' !..::>' \ .rTie : atidtdam tot"ColoMotu. u. Td CO .' t-- aorsofibehefisot ; i: iT. 'N G:, /' t":1iti'f, : *.'
ottei a u a o atsemas.e'" : ;; j. ;i:J ai x _" tZQffTk t ?4arpsst
.i il't4 t CY or-1oJIc.XlBIa M 111'&be1IIlJ .... 't .. 'it T.TUBOWllI0B.w 'oMrCoSotorofCof #_ Cmiji. ;. JaWs'ef"
lOjiilt4fapDLttyclssa 1t1 ; .tTt+kttai Tltepiai J. ,- ".c'lfi .Tn CoDectQrN.d .vtsa REPUBUCAN ', Js..: 4 'Ju'ke"a" _
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\. .REPUBLIcAN1 aoat of:eithosiM dCUIXbetWft t 6 11l.t'ii i t1 $ .
: .t 1 ,and Fletcher are of a good site 'for framing;. SAARIL hearing ve1'1m1leh'impare&kIq ....et(Wv.t.peI&wIdI.-. F ,

a.- .". Qh t .n..1.ff..IJ I The above plates cannot b&-purchased't .the tb.arflpariuI$a short Um. jny.lth imprOVed; :,. tI : ,," r.l wasW'4 : .

') .:' 1DV: Covy. E.'F..."b7.. stores at less thanthrea. doUi.;In ,* aiJcI'1D1 threafis now _iifl.a2Ji: so'tree.tfroJO91SIb ) l&.1n! &.!p. ; ih.'t.n tf ; _" .' -... .' <-" .
; : COr.lfMf.S DfcEW.. ,x. I '&t.p'l, ular.A T.f; can 4UghtossI bear quite 6C'\\h.d1itlnctly eheit,..MybtoM a ...1:ftI&Jlcl b&s.'::. Df. ".PNI1Ia. .'lens."ttod!.O&Jrrl :t? '" ....._. '" ;C!. 1'zcI

!r.: TW-Tbr lij.h.Pfr MulUmp71U1cc An entirely distinct! offer from that above leaving II- been wen about three mont.hi th, curs or.1f!c1a ; OdgtaVetn.'1I.inii'rl Towaa.airoft..raOreala..I 0: nvifLwi. _

tpoIs4ng Ui \K' n- 1 '" r subscribers tovtake their:-ehoie of this wide I% ;# 4 '.. hat been effected entirely by the use. of yourSir-. t.n.w Dr ,Contiaaea to ciya ho"!*stnUo$4I&4 soMraaceateat
range .of:i'rem1uxna-4ltber.the above'offers}er 4 pari1Jar- '-' .. ;'w IW!lk.T.t he aatamea tie tlfleof .
: 81ierI$1i" r ncVpild,Wore"' 'the. ,expirationAavtrtiafldenU .\ "' those we Jw ropl l;." ,J *S'. *> -, : ';19. 'Jr1 D i: !:tL J.l18AR. nvA .eanose of calalai credit III what he Is .c. TbJairiikU1.WU.Mt had ijroattatioa of:elaJmt MftriCMrm ?

4. t.t".il--i'P.j.! : .. .. .. c. Every meinber of a flavor'any subscriber In -S- .S.uma'i&J..t.4PAJtlLLA-Sc.duT':FrvazRMaDo. Jae -..: :.be-dWetve*. aurf'awaaaaV $;xrr'any: f. $ EfattrUtf:'JXyUtlitoUCUiflu ''

,2 fI1)k*inserted"at the following any pther'way; shall each'be entitled to the four l1.. -* :ITS .Tn.ou f'Ibiar'daulero1ll- .0..&JJe-QXULWtDRIGLW4L OLDDrJirmid& arising fOIRIJ1i: e"Rerolatteaary'r F1M&?

; 't. TLtS*' d r'beoUweli1h"e.rr following "beautiful Chr lt.'Weeping-scriptural'{.platesi ver Jerusalem"Christ'sRebuke" ,'?. ; alarming affectiOn, which 1w iwept from the of laThe-stage ; apuW.YSaI. oa,. bS.OI4DI.i) or Mexicaa .i j :Jtivalid, RevelaUoaaryJ Bafpar.'W
b stthe Innocent alf
.' u.A,. i 1'lit, '. !, Cents for. 'eyirjaubieiyaarly "The Two Marys at the Sepulchre," and the De' r .I of ey,time and u 10.many.uu re vigorous u4 mat1U'l age of man- Uk
<. tvusnruonq fo Advertiser a liberal verance'of St. Peter.- '* \ : T : hood baa at length.met Its, banejMid anttdoW, ._ aM01" .'.-..,-, ". .--'' ) ,-.-.. 'fft.,. Bounty LaacJ w,$ s4p, under.wo,ef F.tf/

.0). iiJcOIl11t 1rm-\e'ib .:'tAll trsIeitAaYerU.e- remitted Premiums direct to only publishers lent when';subscriptions.. -t are$. :! : and Its evil effects iiponthi system .1&14 waste I c.J.r 1Q r4.I.Tr: '.ob .w .. t( --iu isq.orAsaOr.Arressd arxrf Pay(4a4
tlaw.A '
.ea t'. pt'b n )aYh1c runnng i*.PatrJck,w N0*-1 -"Wft. tf.- :__"1' ;et1 tt-If'- tut. Mileage. due reian flf 'Volunteer*} C1a5gii
y '
::' with thf*ffies>nut be Mid for pravibas to pablieetieai hundred good engravingar, iF."'' '* S der, wasatScked witrseariet fever which Jeft ",' -i :- W.i. 1t. I aua o thPrep4tae: ) z-

/-4 ; *> 3 y : v. ,.,*** ;>'Postmasters adothesk.end1n' Qubs will i her ina. adMatoterh < :Ii waaeovwd i ptue iMorred tTi'f' bs1 beIu1
: much _
oblige by having them all addressed .
f t us very of acarlet* uptBma; a.: large laaap
with .
: 4 FtansLsid1atIeungeYeruLb,1r; /remit-, to one name. It ia no inconvenience to them and ., 1 aometblflglik.a b e 4.-k two.---".' iI.t_ IS '- __ U1'eIl-aacI1'tCOiRcU &o 'IiInJc t.w.iJ. w-
". '&assf.p,4.flIahigthjfoflowIngr1LUt' .wjll be a great favor "'us. tetsVaadpteseatation ',elaimstAl
__ -lhon1der. : DUor4s&dA
diameter, made Its'appearane*i on;the ,. .
; :' Cat Muare..\twslvelitis) published kix.iabnthsTwaiatiaws Premiums -to the lows''tending the large which broke and'diachargedaaahnoat"credible &S ..1'.i'!%& .h1j I..3l. e .i .M i4e

t; t.r..F' ,:t. :.+. .. J.i;.. If .. O number of subsribers.i -' quantity of moet :offenaW:matte "and'from elides the iHaYm"sU;i. fM1DI-naseiiw! ;
< "" :. 1 :, this a large quantity waa-diacharged *
:b ';fe-tsirnwuths. ,..TtilSOO i The town sending us the largest. number.f of -3V ear of a very 1fcmsiTt character f Almost despairing : ofa14na : jpi
1f t1Mjf0 .ttrs aad creditors, friO.OO mail subscribers for 181iO'will entitled tQThe .,. ; .i4> .a SiARSA* '- ., ;.i of ever stopping the discharge they made L I-titITh_
.; 'Pl .,/ .!.ttari TsdniinMrsUoi,,;'.5 .00 her J.ady'each Book JDbleriber for 1851 shall t.atuj receive and the a'D1."bne-'or next In n nm-the:.. .'.,%* .Ci1fcBi 3&f\\ ?,-' \,v| trial[ of ffANDSllSAtfSAPARILLAirffhle: 'ef. menu, he Is. pregftre-voderUk. *'.ahl9ifwka
\' taklDg
I the chad baviDg.
t. ret IUO ?atDf.iadid.teaforoce; ,,100( shore plates. u. '. "'I' 1. > a ,4U1 ?'. H'- : '* *;$?K4l.Qti.1J( BOTTLES. fected oae'botHe.a.ooBiplete For we,the benefit-those1 srdTet-: kind ,Tfr'ti-'may iqU1setb ambai
:; K. aanftuiaiiaRnt wiHpe] made unless'the tame. i. ; Address* -. L7 A'GODEY.*; "FORmiE. REMOVAL.l./lri + -AND. PERMANENTCURE lug from the baneful effect?of tills horrible disease, fiAAgue atUtpIai : ;--. ;. '' D

Ve with th s. H3 Chesaut .:Philadelphia.' Mr-Pfttricfc will be-pleased U inform'anyJperaonu .
: aeeentpaaied amount charged. OF ALL DISEASES ARISING .JP.ruc.taratM4a ctY"Ja..pvdIrist
t. -
9 ," tU call]
!: enenV JaJi.17,41. ,. : FaOM- ANIMPURE8TATE OF to the cbrrectaea of statement,if they "
UL.OtLeU .fe private l> will bt .aL&' '. 11 tJ. ", ', Fawa-rt Baltimore men etQ tteltna.eW, aeooGik' aCbrgea
karfed double the rate ef advertising.Jtelitie'ui.'Obitiiaryi'xai .: I '.. !' .- :. .-...._ 1If ." ,: I ;. -.THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF.THE '* at his residence' la"Exeter-st." Mat .[ 4 l :. .edrOth.:' ) ,
Sun: .t &II11UIc
,_ V \--T- 7,1 ,-1 \
SPLENDID .."> -ii. SVSTEM.VIZt-: : : ( '
Wrri ale nWfablUaedifa.tlji. t'fc.."m toihe'rabreOithgItflaisfrom r.4f:c rf4l1I. aaa&Wi+, rem1.tia't
4" _-y. ; '. I .f '} i,' t"JP ti'Jt Id.* t.'I ''J'b following! ':
4 ./<$' ,. ft 'to"'-.:..-l-- _C _" : .; .. .\.. 'Scrofula I or..King* evil, Rhtwnattsm, ttttinatt thRe: Lather ,/. ,_.. _. _..:0' ."_ '._ '_ >J. r- >AH eomauniiotii,'to. "

C 6 CnaaiaieatieBk nusfe be post paid> .THE ICBSCBIBEKS. ARE )iOW PCBLIBHIHO AHEIJEOAKT : :'vtantou upltO'lU&rnPlft..PI'pUStI.1 tI tAt 6ngr4aton4n 1 r" Qffis ,lO1 XuiXiu T.rk LOL1DL be-postp.5Id;; 4 ig 41 j <" .I J' ,
.. -Ulu \Vnght,aged.Z6 yeaTs,,
iy_ ; -, : / > -'n;' >v 'fatt.blotcAu chrontftort qa.n.grcotfliIf' / f _
fiNCUlATXHO tttttrt. scald head and aiWoburnLr. .IAOOBTOWNSEND;' .-, : 1-T- : ; T-f-
p l'l 1. enlargement ,, paintte of laterresi4uig : 't'z f. ia-.Jt
': UL'.OJ E'rmOll CLIP8ZD.Tfl Of the Death, '.f the ft...John Wed'iT: ', bant a'ndjoint."ttttltborn vlcen. #*w at.f .iT. "*WOBUHW, waaa.v iarca own, .- rMesers. .l.t1 TlRoalgU'AL'DrscoV.UaTJm't"",- : I 'Jai,* Vflrjrat : ':J'r'
eD *r*SB- 'U:liST'Sffi 'V-"U? 5IITTHE yfnpfofng; .. siikDAi AS tMCAH PIRIODICAL. ZKQU OT ART, "from"an injwliciout use'ff memory Sknds JGentlemen- ,Ce.IIb1t! Townsend'8anaparlUa. AxiT4)S! ri' .j: Ui.7
1 han
tacititet the recently
from informaUop
.. : : : : BY JOHN SARTA1N, !SQ, or dropsy exponm or impntdentt'" received.*!*from! a number of persona of high Old te Towaind tt BOW aboot WJJars of apa. Will attend to Prc atdonalbttsiaesa' ia thia Coartir

)4f, 'Graiiam' Margarine 1850. AFTER THE J CELEBRATED P PAINTING lift( ; au>,'chronit conttitutional d ii'fltrJ.tc:":f fTIltS respectability wh.hav. used tour Samparilla;I j. has long bum known as sbo.4 OR/QIJY'.4L UTN ...DJ'tOy.TOWND of the Eastern Cira&l of Florida and la tko1v4.Jeral
: .that it is most valuable ZAZR of the OtffUUfKUe4 Court for the.JS'orthern Diatrie*af Florida *
.t > : ? Medicine has acquired a very extend have not the eoat doubt ,. URU'.4.1LL.I.": B.ispoov be was se.I. '
J---- medicine and thaUhe numerous.certificates Itatft Itr inaanJaetti ,BT,1aSc1a msSs I. l.t7Atsor. '_ iror '
the who have i jio _
many. good men spent and established eputationwbeeve .
HE tndi nnmbefof: "Graham's" for Jan- ; celvedof fully auatained ... ctmriaqIW ta
their lives in the.service wf their Divine Master yon have its efiicaoy-are lIMa MH Oil'of market aad Ui { fot. gnert1Bu45ns-ta; ,t.be 8tat.-iusetii
JL'aary; haa taken tfei whole country by' surprise few ever exerted a influence for than; it has been used; based"entiretybn.:its own by experience,,and although Ita reputation anf these cnlT who bid proved -worthy aa4 nawaill: grants and donitiooi pf landfc and M 1oea&iea. ".'

,. .' ,high aa thia Maga*ine has always stood in- did JOHN WESLEY.greater With high intellect good merits;:which its sup fiot efficacy; has alone utility are very extensive and atandfin no :vale 'U had tushsd who had-the-been isa healed of seaya.vitbiliSI 01 ION 41-- -.llinC t.hereof.t.; -" ',,. ., .
powers .
: literary excellence and plctoral beauty in circulation humble efforts to increase-them I wantallwho UIBOM persons 1' ; r .tt. .'
he united sustained. ThV unfortunate victim of there my : .
a gentleness diapoBlhon.which..ena and sa'ia fronnleath proelataed *ts .uUeuIikwocdeifet I 1-Ao '
I860 become
has for to acquaintedwith
and reputation'it won already bled him at tha. time that he I are afflicted bTdiae8l5O bI iT'.. AGD'J't';, <
same touched the ditary diseas ,with swollen glands, contractei f .t- coflect1ui
greener ana more* abundant laurels in the loud the efficacy and power tender chordsof the human heart, to convince the I sinews and bones half carious, has been restored ... ,HEALING POWER.Knowlif '
praise, which,.coinea frqm every quarter of the clue< I i States for Militaryor! other aervtoeay-11 tiallM<
understanding of the truth and importance of that be .had by hisexpJr i11 .
Unionv ? health The scrofulous! WRIGHT.: 514lSf5. supplies furnUbed'1' ers,and for horsa* s f
holy of the which he to 'and vigor. LUTHER devised aitlele wEtelr I
precepts Gospel an
s I ace.
promulgated. selines
in First Edition of. the January number is And when we take Into consideration .that bin patient, covered with ,ulcers loatbeome to I retail I' lie at.lEMleuUhl'adr*non .to .mankindwh weakI' other. f.ropert11 l9stor which-- the United. St.&&. !
aiyM7'exb&uated, ample aa oar supply waa manifold laboure,.of usefulness Prepared and sold wholesale and by.A' would be furnished to' brin It tau. DI'.. W i ;; -Z -
extended to his IMMIS
himself and has been made
,. thought- have been and A SECOND EDITION of a period attendants, D, & b. SANDS Druggist* and Chemists, 100.I when its inestimable rlrtnee would be kaowa Address.Jaeksonvate.:East:FloHdai f
than half that .
The more a century- during the' whole. Hundreds tof who had of William New York. -.Sold( !Sd? the _
of re>ol ctrgaacc ts nowfn frets. vast increase whole period of person, Fulton St., corner *nselALed.\ ThU time has om ms1Jb1D .are I .'-
an rectitude
.. of Its heretofore parallelled list of subscribers unerring course Was groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous also by Druggists generally throughout the UnitedStates : Phil' 'Fra.er '
manifested in his walk and conversation "t
cease Bottle -1.ED fRtrjRjio ;
enables the publishers to promise their and Canadas. Ph e' 91 per ; UNEQU..f
'.. readers a succession of numbers of beauty and excellence to wonder at the very high degree of estimation and glandular disorders chronic rheumatism; I 3ottlesfor$5.j to BMBUhcrored o. the \\taftnt seal,sad U called I I itathraufhout ATTORNEY4 IJNSELLORAT-: W.'

: : such aa can be eduaHed by no periodical with which his memory is cherished, not only by and many other complaints springing from a For sale in Jacksonville by '-. the length and breadth of the land MMCial .: J J ** i,..
the members of the to the found of eneraOoa or detenora fnn.tJJ'U :
I in the world. '! denomination upbuild derangement of the secretive and the ,J.FO1MAN- Ir as It U lacapable ; .
organs '
of which his nov29 -' '
ing untiring energy and exemplary uoa.- Will attend anyiprofessional basmeaa entncsted -'
Those who have alreafy seen the January number .much but the circulation hare been raised as it were from S..PutisToN ., Uailke yon j 8.P.TownMn p piety so contributed by truly pious. St. Augustine, P. C. ZYISTHA; ", to him is-the Courts of the Eutetncire.nd -!*;-
I" need no assurances of its excellence; and for of every sect. the rack disease' ,and now with regenerated -: Monticello LEWIs tf. AMES, Tallahassee; .G R.IbCDJUCUO'l tad aever chaBtes,but for the better. ; because U to'. jj*. the Suprema Court at Tallahassee., .He J has.
those who have frit, we refer affording the unprejudiced fared in teitntijle priuetflti by a ttint&t men.' Tat
{ The death of Wesley waa 4onsoaaa constitutions testily the efficaCy k'arsnnab.JACKStilVIELE such -
perfectly to also .
aDd unsolicited praise of others. The gladly fc; Co., htchest kaowledfe el CbemUiry.sad the latest aUcererl an advantageous connection with aa.
oress from one. end .of.the country to the.other with the even rectitude of bis urotractrd life. and of this inestimable preparation. Tie testimony ..of the art. have all bees brouchtlato reqnisiiioa lathe able Lawyer AtW4lim; ton"eity, Mwffi'ensarr
echoes the public voice ip pronouncing uranam'aMaraxlne adds another to the many" proof* that the "end of, of those who have been cured its ACADEMY. maaniactore of the Old Dr*. Saiwparilla. The BarsaparUla a prompt and speedjj oDe tioa f aaea data aa
the good man la peace. The closing scene of the by _Ion Is well knows to medical aea.eeutalassaanr may be placed!u- Oa1 hands,against.tha>Ifattad,
the beautiful ""be
to be ablest and most first .
periodical life of this use, with their residences has been Institution:will be on .
venerable man is the one which Mr. published mIllS opened medlclaal properties and some properties which. States. .1}1' : .
.4 that has ever been issued in any country. Claxton has so happily'chosen aa the subject from time to time;and were it desirable, a Monday in June next, at 9 o clock, A. M., are Inert or useless, sad--others'which if retained irprepartaf Sept I. 18t91y.-. j "0"1'-'
For ourselves secure in the faith' of our vast body his beautiful painting faithful copy of which of the in JACXsozivatx, East Florida. It for pro4ue--f.r..1sZi and-.eid -4 0.1 I t -.--
of subscribers,we laugh at, aa well as defy the engraved in an elegant have mass most overwhelming testimony I Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation which U Injurious to the system. some of Ihe properties -

euny efforts ot cempetittMi around us. Every attempt would be a memento which manner thousands we would thought wish could be ,brought' forward, proving. most of young Lads and Muses where they of eanapartOr are so *Utilt. that thsy eattrety. $.pen e 'r &' 'Bakery**''!;
to stealthe.OonVjgarb, by our imitators conclusively its inestimable value: The af. m-the elementary and higher evaporate and are lost la the preparatioa if they are a<* TTJ'U1: % -:*
be "
to have framed will instructed :
and,hung in the arlour. In i >
a roar which would be discomfitting to up prewrred.bya.. tiUCU m *,kaowu only to those A T.f,.I .'lA. :
produces order to enable such desire and those'who havenot used this branches of an. English and classJealeducatioB, n. ,. :
: aa to do this to gratify flicted1 : experieaced la Its naBU&emie; Moreover, these.. "
shtfrt of the brazen
any. thing. meat> pretensions. their desires Mr. Sartain, who stands at the head medicine are invited to make a trial of itsvirtufs'and"aPJ'r9priate' and young men will befit ted.for College or for HltfHiuirlitrwblcb fly off IB vapo .w M aaexa4la->' +falwipiH
KEW AND SPLENDID, PREMIUM."Tax of his profession in the United States haa been themselves. the professional in the Latin and Greek classics, Lion,under heat, are the very ttintM mttittt frfftr- sWill praetieaia i| I several Courts{ tWCaasern.
to this and in the philosophical And mathematical. .. ci- tiM of the roov which give to it all Its value. -
FIRST PSAYKK," a large and splendid engaged engrave elegant picture in liiibest benefits which alone bestow. Circuit of Flqrid* in the U. District Caart .
it can ,
boil the
.. zneuotint engraving site, making a most exquisite style and, relying upon an extensive patronage .. < ences. Any.colored person Uqoki.Sal which or stew la more root from uirtheya the coloriaf t atak Northern Distrkjt Florida; the Supreme Cearfat

picture for parlor or study, is offered to any the price baa been put so low that none who "TRUTH. IS STRANGER. THAN FIC- .ABB1HGEMESTS. utter la the root thaa from aay thing .1*.; they eta Tallahassee: :i tend ] roaecuto'elaJms before Ceo '

53 subscriber. This premium ia far superior to desire it size need be suitable without it. The Engraviag is of TION." I THE TKAA :will be .divided into' four quarters thia strata this Insipid'orrapld liquid. .. with cress and the Depart oecta of the GovermaeaCa*
a large for will be
any offered.. elsewhere. >. the framing of about 12 weeks each* with intervening vacations. $molasses, aad thea call tt.8AR3APARlLLA Washmgton. f |iJ .. ..
printed on best quality of heavy plate paper The attention of the reader; j is called to the sessions the first EXTBACT.or STROP.- Bat such is.sot the article ; K
rcumiEi .The will have two t McRoBEET, Kfxit .
Jf CHOICE. day :] u'. &Stxxcn.Sej .
; "
.. .. in a very superior manner, each impression presenting know*as the **: -- .
all the beauties of dais following astonishing cure, effected by the from 9 to 12 M., and the second from 3 to 5 P. t.6-tf' _-s -
ia and
Far .TTtrfe Dalian advance (par money in nfrtt proof M.1 Wednesday mornings will be appointed to GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB.TOWNSEND'S ,11 ._ .-tp-J- : ,
the State from which it b remitted ) of will be fnrniahed.t.THE use of Sands' Sarsaparillar _
.copy exercises English composition and declamation ? ..SABSAP. '. ..nOnTnAazfoiAIa1mA .,.
<. Graham and a copy of,af; FOLLOWING CNtsUALLT patel This use prepared, that all the lam properties of theBanaparilla . "
LOW : This is to certify that t hare a colored woman Alter the first:term, no pumi will be received. ,. .

: UUIGK AND HAONiriCEKT PRINT, 1 Copy $2 601 7 Copies, 812 On who ha been afflicted for the last fire yean, with except at or near.the beginning of.the session. of becoeaiaf root add are or ftur of len ntao'ttS ala every., extracted thlnf capable',tad : ,. JJ. .. ; ., _.

byadisUngnishedengraferand, ;and which may be 3 Copies 6 001 '13 Copies 20 00 Scrofula, and all the remedies I used had no effectin and no pupil for less than one term. V. "v. Mjected; thea every particle medical rrtM 1s second : rCOJOlISS1O.n.op DuDS ,Gerga

considered one of the mart bbantiful specimens ot 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! arresting the progress of the complaint: on the Board will be provided in Town at reasonablerates la a pure end eoaeentrated form;' and thus It is readers South Carolina lN.t. :Carolina,Virginia Mala
art SYCT presented by any magatine ubIisher.-. contrary, she constantly grew worse; and after per month,for pupils from the country and lacapable 'losUf say of to valambJe.aid:boa1tJJw "*

And also, a new and beautiful engraving suitable So that members of congregations and others, expending between to and #80 with physicians; parents and guardians, who.,maT desire.to avail Prepared thIs. way. it.1-to. "made. .the sseet ,Pennsylvania' C4un4ticnt_ and iflssJsaijpL' .
feriraming,of a jSacred Snbject, by sending together and forming clubs,can.obtain. besides using other popular remedies without success themselves of the facilities of this Institution,rOt boWerfulsreBtlSthe; -- -i- -- /- .J_ o..J?" .. *A' ? .*v*_' ._-: :.";:; .'N.
this moat impressive picture till the disease had eaten away the cartilageof the education of their children and.6thers, may be Cure of'tDDulllerab1e-41seaet.-. -% '. 4 ;

BtlrsO THE SATUKTR TO THE TOMB Only 'one dollar faud a half a 111 her nose, made its appearance on various parts assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Hence the reason why we hear cewaieadatlea am' S -1.1" PDEflON .

priia mwl'< .'and 4 t.a very heavy cost, as a copy of her body and had nnaUy commenced its wages the health comfort and progress in knowledge of every side la Its tkt'or', men. women. ,.and"--chUdre*.<*WeSnditdotngwoademlatbicniebf ":- trnom
Frealum lift to new subscribers.to.Graham'sMara Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her mouth. all who may be entrusted to the care of the. '1-. rr ADNs'.AsT.AW&efAV1NGreiov31
ine. furnish''in lieufedherofthe&boveprt4Js nineteen figures, representing the following In this dreadful situation K. SEWALL .COJftVMFTIOff.DrsPKrsijS, aad LtTXJt CO.W.pIAI hi offlee'frbnTCotaaUa'
Or if desire we will persens with the prospect of cipiLia KtfFUS ptr and la RH UMATIUl..CR.OIVL.4. *
a ''complete of our from(of many of whom accurate portraits' are givj death staring .her in the face,.I stated her 4" 7c Principal.:'- PiLts cosTrrejfXSK alt CVTAJCROO***VFTtCJfS. '-Cotarty:W'JaeaaoariD r Daral:C.17.respectfully. ,

aaeuotiat portraits of th*' en: .>PEABU originals DICKINSON.of great rarity.. '.), case to Dr. Disoaway, the agent for Sands' 6arsaparilla. "cCc. ..u: .-flMTLlS, BLOCTUES and aU a&eilaaaarixlac .iatosxii!his fr"&&.hVhaa aaso.

ev "Newborn, North Carolina. by trom.0. 7'. .. -. elated .with hIm ia jtb.oi practice. of-Law hia
Mrs. CHARLES wbomtwaaadvisedtouae that article;; and'to Jacksonville- Female" Institute. 'IMPURTTy OF,THE'BLOOD. T:: brother'SW.: Suii iso.T. _. _-. <.. ;
I. kcfccco. Miss SARAH WESLEY.WESLEY -' my surprise and that of my neighbors to whom ui -. '". .. It possesses mazvet1ouiecey la all conplalets arf The Arm will rejpfeeeated at each ao
p For lift Dol14",TwJDopie.! for one year,and Rev. THOMAS Rau.Mrs. her case was known after using.four and.a'halt mIlE Committee of Direction' adopted. sl>f from fwtirtttin, from ..lti&tytftltSfrmthtnmaneqnal Term of theCircait Court ia the aereral Counties.,
r a copy of either of the Prints to each subscriber. '.' -- -' bottles she.was restored to perfect health and that .a: the following regulations elrcnlatioa. detenninattoa of blood to the heed, of theiEut.rnJ4di4iI: Circuit the,Coanty
. ?. For Ttn Dollar,Five Copies for one year anda Miss ESTHE1tAl'fl'f Roan8--; in the space of three weeks, and was able to work The Scholastic Year Is to consist(f four terms palpitation of the heart cold feet and hands cold silts Hamilton in tte'AfitfCe' Circuit, the' Suprem.
copy of the Magaxine ijf f he Postmaster or per- RITCHIE, afterwards Mra.MOETIMER/ in two weeks from the time she commenced tak of eleven week each rr : w '**v "> a and hot Ouhee over'the bod f.-.J thai not lie equal,laCMi Court at TaUahasseei W d thU/ Court at fit?.
Rev. ,and "
JAMES ROGERS.- Cm/A* aad _erpectoratle
son lonning the Club aod either of the above ing it. Orthography Reading Writing and Arithmetic end patle penpintloa; relaxing stricture fir the laafs Augustine-I bwrnjear entruSted to their cartr
Print*,or a act of Fortran to each subscriber. Mst.erj&MES ROGERS: ,a child seven years of, In witness of the truth of this statement I have per term, $:. 'The above,' with English threes and every other part' tf-. > ;;; >-it's wilfreoeiv.promtA.$ .. _., :\ -' + .*-.
For JItetnty Dollar, \\Eleren Copies for one' age the only- person" now living who. waa' then, hereunto affixed my Dame,' this I9th day of Sept. Grammar and Geography perterav$5.The Bat la nothing tilts exceHeaee more maalftstly.ad ._., Address-J. ft tt,JS. W. '. JbefctontiOe -
;and a of either i>f the Prints,:.or a set of present.- 1& 7. '- above,.with the' higher-branches of an English \ aexaowl,dted thai In all kind and itazes of DArat Cauntv floridal.
the iortn.1ts to each subscriber and a copy.the Rev. JAMES CREICHTO JCSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. education, embracing AlgebraGeometry,History :TEMALBCOMPLAJ&tS.v ''- ': Jacks6utnieJsn7_ ( 18 ;.- tt 1W .

Magaxine to the Postmaster person ding the. Rev.ROBERT ALEXANTEB MATKEK. Mouth TCeuse River, CraVen Co. N;C. natural mental and moral Philosophy, BotapytJ It works wpaden la sues of itveriJUH orfkllif -Wh.;'I -.i.-- -_ I_ ., _.- ,. _._.
Club with copy if achxrf the large Prints aa an C. BBACXESBUET. ., Chemistry,! Geology Astronomy .tU1etoric.LogioJ. ,c /At fTfmt Otttnettd, Strfnttii or fal. ... : : ; -
aMidiUonalpremiam.r Rey. JOHN BROADBENIV ; and Evidences of ChrisUanity term- Mm**, frrtfuUritf of tbe aieueti aal-.IIIriods.<>A* 'scoU '.
It'', Rev. THOMAS BEOADBEST.. ULCER CURED. OF SEVEN YEARS' to .be to the iJIer Treasurer nke; aad ls as eflectual ia earinf all tie fin sis of fUnDitwt DyINV4rn .... .:
Each Quarter paid ,
fST" For'the cwvenyrnct of thoie forming Rev.GEORGE WHITFIELD. S1"AN; IfiG: in Sft advance-- '" ., ES; .A 1.t 1:.8". E. ;
a"i 1IIb-.c1so. : l
Rev. JONATHAN By and the
Club in' connection vytk other Publication. EDXONSOW. The Scholars be careful 1mtruetion remoruf retulatlbt lenerelsysttavlttr
'' JOHN d the' : This cure was effected in will under the a tone aid strength hawh0l. Badf, : :I.: NO""I-Y BKBTREET."Ii&
i HoRTovEsq.j one Executors July 1844 .
t tDillllftd of .
; of 4 .
Female.Teacher. .
,, '. an experienced and thus all forme of ,. ,, .
Mr. JviTf t.
One eepy of.the Magatine and One of the Saturday Dr. JOHN TV CnftVKx 9 ** m. : iiJ there have been no symptoms of a.return;' Provision has Jieen made for instruction in La JHerrotu diaeases'anddeMliiy r. ; (REAR iOFTH O T"1IJOUSE.}..

Evening Font for ivr Dalian. 'clan and WHJTEHEAD, MWzsLi1'g. Physi i. i and her health still continues good, 3Messrs. ;'I tin, French; Paintingand .Drawing and Musk, sad thus purists or Tsllerer a treat raAety O et&et &AYNfl-OgOeM-1 .

One of the Magailne. an4 Jwe of the Post for A Medical Biographer.A astant >Dr. 1848: for which additional charges will be made. maladtuzr tm5i.a. JfnHtgimi SI: Vitae'Due. -.4-: .- ::4 ;;_1 --_ ...;l .-' .
Five DoUan. :: IF WHJTEHEAD. I : The first! term commences on the 8th.oi October .. 8* nif. KfiUftit Fill Cnmlti,. : .. .
Three;copies of.the Maxaune and Four of. the Agents, fOr the sale of thia fine work of art, are I. ,'tu/.Vo.k.lyl, next -.'oS' ** t '-, 'a It deaatet the blood excites the UveTia healthy ae- ; : ALT:1IptyTETURNSlif "-ATG t.r'

P_ for n. ?"' wanted in every part theUnited States. For .: SA.TDS -Gentlemen-I consider it but' Applications for admission,are to. ,be. made to tics topee the..tMoaeh#aad elves good dJettto v *- ,I ji thanks tohUfneiidrJbr t i
Few copies of the l1 Maeartae and Two cUbe Post further particulars address aa act of jnstio* to you to state the. following the Committee Direction.. Ueves Ike bowels of torpor and .coIJI & allay la-. .i: favors he haa retired since k commenced

nr 7**Dollar'S. '" .GLADDING& HlGGlNS;Publishers, facts in reference to the great benefit I received iii J. M. DANIEL, *, lamautioapurlfles the blood the-skin. equalises eqaaUy the etreulaUoeref all uriPthe -business in this eiff bat83%and would date to hi<
i eoiea of the Magasi&..n4Nine of the Poet .. 5 prodacfaf pad.&II friends,'and the PUd geasraflythat
tplutlehjhiaf10" North Fourth the cure of an obstinate. CASCEEOIULCER on < DrifH. D.-HOLLAND. body lad the iDsensible .penpiratioa; relaxes aUsoietnreeaad.Ufhatessremovea during hit
C tor___ n-at. .,DollIi. ;j OJ ", I Slr ; my breast; '- ** A. M.. REED all abstruetioas Pad .late-visit tolacotiande has acquired
B.- '
: -G1UT OFJ'JR/'rO t 0WX8. This Elegant Engraving will be famished I was attended eighteen mdnthby a regular ;4-/ Committee. of&irtctuj*. lovtcoiates the silks nervous system.Is this has- rarioua unproTemntsnnecte4with,. 74g.i

: .The'PoS'Ofice of anV Ibwn n the Union from wholesale and retaU, by the Methodist Book E and skilful physician assisted by the advice and R,'. I..SWARTi; Tteaiwrtr; **",.' .' The medicine JOB pre-eminently need .DYING 4NDjflENRCL'AWW1! : .
counsel of
tabhshment 200 one of our most able
which we ahaH receive the, greatest number" of subes1rEt.GTRbm'I by their Agents, throughout Mulberry St.the, United New York Slates., and surgeons without the least benefit and whatever.All experienced.-!- Jacksonville July 71849. kferior BatcaaaayofthesethiBfsbesaidafS.F.Towasead's artlclel This vonnj man's liquid U not sobs whkh he trust will..;1iiist.gite-; -nl
MAgitlne, during the The -the various methods of. satisfaction. ,to anJ.d pleaceIae kI
3la1. .
purchasers of this Engraving will treating cancer were COMPARED WITH THE OLD'DR'S- .. *,
please -
;QtJMt..a the first ol'Januat/o 1850. and the ." iM.: MAXYrI1AKEStbIInhethdtoannounce WI.thth'i'. '
bear in resorted to for.fire weeks In :
mind that thia Plate ; succession
has breast keeauM of
been my one GRAND FACT,that the oae U INCA
rat.of Jauttarr 1831 (th 'Mapitine to be mailed engraved by ? .. Ladies'silk&IId weII
; Mr. Sartain expressly for this edition was burned with eanstie three times a day and .to the pub- tABLE of DETERIORATION.. V :aci.1byJs\
and that
to MfIU.i.JCA P.ot'entitled Office ttf,or a to ouUnunem tntscribers ef through the whole it.) impressions will,therefore be aU of the first order for of six it was daily syringed with a week solution '-H. ie that she will,keep open her BoardingHouseduring t1NiviRSPOtLS.. .- cleaned satufacboa.and dyed. T.vrkli 1It, colors so utoghsgas ::
and not such acid and the internal yesse1eso.4
ulcer q-dyed
,aa are taken from winter the M
secondhand was the for ,reception oi while the other DOES !
anmber subscriptions gpatvifotuly for one year EftgfM, Plates. so large that It held over an ounce of the solution; Boarders and for.tne accommodation of strangersor &td.Ulu eOIU..laltlmo; uarig.ftrmntotf.'.1OU. aad IlfI 11 may be! reo ired. .QenUsmen'sgaemenaeasi.
fragments '
stI.rth'erpirationpf the3 ekr for which the anb- i The dootof probed the'ulcer.and in the same good atrie ia formerly *
examined the travellers generally. Grateful for the very literal lIquId.sploclia ud damaging other Io! Must :so M al to to
eripUonl ahaQ. have leeA. paid... I -T> *,' bone and said: u the disean- ._ u, w.-.- advahup--.---- ."IA1. uatronaee hitherto extended to her. she willspareuo this horrible eamponad be poiaoBoua to the svstemT--n4' surpassed by any fait'!Nort1or yedi*s
',Ane Magazine will aoimnned on, either to "1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates to to the lunge &D4 if I did DOt'get speedy--1'.01 relief by efforts to giva;-satisfaction to alL Her wsgg:piS M u...atas.k.sip iisessedeiL%add, may.berequIred..Lad1ea!.bonnets dyedMaks
the subscribers tbeaseIvec: totbe agent through man foreign to my feelings," medicIne or t y an operation the re'dt would,lie house is commodious and situated In *pleasant What causes Dyspepsia but acid I Do w.pot all bow $ pressed ina eU .
whom we may receive thp 4 aad to whoat the package fwyadtares. may be di- > Youth A Manhood.'. and the bones examined;'but findingBO reliel .Jackaoavfllet Oct.x 11 &. _"' ,,_: .t paJphaUoa'p. .c A. mast_approved,1ndnnf1ish1on: & !-- .. "-.1
I & : .. ,.
facCecVertobeth, if there fhouldbe both in thenaatowaiaathaeaaemaySe. iJ VIGOROUS LIFE. from what bad been done and feeling I was .. 'i CCJr pUoll otUlo blood"t' uyaIsry4 esuip U4 .: : '
rapIdly What ; appointed
'B'E'D BaonJ 't'tho
ba, ?
1 OB A getting w.one.I almost despaired of recov h8llX.. the body .Waat-moduSi aa eat 4. Jfj.f

'.- efffiB3ifiiffiteafl- CO; ?- . .' .,Premature 1'J Death, ., lew.ery and considered" toy.. case? *,"nearly hope- 1 MAGNOLkIIOU8E, *"::*" UHim.Erysipelasniu which) brlaf ea EnpUoas of the Skin Scald all die B.humors Bale. rk.D-will"JaebpaTiDna.attecuTIfrtiaanqpHESUBSCR

Feb.a." : -MS Cfafatt St. Philadelphia.iiiiv KINKELINONSELF Seeing various testimonials -si4UoUsTIN.F:6: aU IIle1iaaoB.blleruI aid 8wsilnpor &rnaid_. the .unoandin" .AIM
PRESERVATION. and certificates of izisiutiIt III111Wa2 ua oM, o&1UljtiTWh. ,.;:
: I I 't ,J ., cure by the use of .'auJsaMRttia,in eases r..hi as acl4n1Jaraace.WkkJa.101Ift Uttbsa '. ,. .' .' .... ,-
.l''Lau stlo 8 I, f T 5.JJnu ( simflar to well known establishment hat 'palla all the body .
QO I'OR' s50. f. I. : ? my own I concluded to try a.few bottlea oi &SS more eiisWhat., :
4, **- :' .1!f ) nnhla Book,just published, is filled with useful, ,several of which were used;but from the long Dmtus: : undergone thorough repairs and aasee.. soar or ac. Quid which la' "'IYEW-RES. ,OBXTYVit !
; ; .faitIse .
: ; .OI' JL information on the infirmities'and diseases deep-Mated character of disease ? icd for.Uie reception of com- .lISSIf betwia jltlMI.-.1......:1rrI.',
my -produced no Uq eat B
Comparison w&nanJt&.cthr bllaala' 4SIISISI tIssues q <
of the Generative Organs. It addresses itsellalike decided ehange up. which U Yt :
verjr Considering thil.the ails $ of ,
on tuYOIII of _
-* Ailaidpkia 4fmtthliet.T AGE ly probable cure for my case, persevered Until the his f deraand dmlatloa. sii hasty aU the r -vi ,4- '
.I8t* I To all who apprehend. suffer-under the direconsequences disease was entirely curtd. It soqufreci! It lathe a dp.. ,which u now over eleven pro whieitaaiethasuaaatara;. s :: !.4. ia. .,'" : Ei' J.i
Jl t.l8lD.ro of early or|>rolongedindi.cmt1oneto months since the priotor l'3 tutaIn.L P : ; op4iedoaBAy
III 1ioWkitaothTibIs
taaa e-Be7an4 core was ao
eoN completed there is makeazd
the ; not tin a .
all who feel the iflnfu.. ., .STRm North 111 one
exhaustive EYeI7'&eeo1Ilmodatioll 'extendedtio.Jests. rom
effects dOQrJ
ether : of.sedentary the slightest -wlirbe ae.tousebIs '
"Philadelpaia.mentVy.f He 231 appearance of a return..' J S t.bt.cMtl
Vivian amour whilb1Ienty. colored and en- and baneful habits-1 all who in addition to Pronounce mYIt?' and the cure mlartly!therefore: Invalids, travellers;and others-will find SOURING,' FERMENTiNfl;' Acm"r'se i. ;.. 'net UJber\1.etreet a i anounn; .

BinetyHhrMfairpag--wttJea.!! ia 136 more thaa declining physical energy are the victims ef ner fectedby SANDS. SAKSAPAKALA; 04 1 took fIO other tf- i desihtWe..;It is situated racing the south i 't, POUND" OF*.P.J TOWNSEND\mIO'-' Atutrand; lJlLI.tiu. UooNI' Th.Establish,'
ee and 180.ers th$a thither.&KJcfoi8BQ vous and mental debility and of moping and mel fnldltiflf' of:any 1QfId luritft the tl' 1!c s with dark piaxzas, 175 fast'longwith courtyard ,..yet"WOQWtoabJ bev ldenlGoltJw OltDr.I..r,' f beenftttedlltf $Ure1e". and .
: ancholy Dr. using In ; ?r Out reception
God.'S Lad'i \u31 surpass that despondency. K.woUl4..y'READTIIISBOOX. it"WrhaveIta/cenarssince4 A front and protected from northeast winds./The cob Towessud's G.uniaQp1inej 1orsepsriga.jaa. 01.. ,it aI9, .at huma1bour ,
fit 18C9 euee4. au, put. present ", >- T .::rleaH excuse thiadngderened acfidwiedgment rooms artjMgibly situated,large.and airy;'the IThTWN of his iafertoz puai1os! "d.r- ..T -; .r.T. 8.11.:4.
.ceo I.T17'mICcuA. : JrIl11eeI The val ab1'dYic and;impfessivVwarning'lt: which Itbiak it my duty to make. Your- I building fixtures,&c.*being new.The House,built .aVOl1orbW bear the that w.iJI cleat fa aaarOelewW.li'wonld H Ued'rhh J \. eboiccet ; .ad'4"verqe e"
of mostdUtaat Iiqisor
giTes.wW valuable arsaparilla cured with the I wood lathed and plastered,&e. In a word it reeemblMte teL r.Tewa"send \0 nU .
'sCAaxiricxirr. ) .- .:",.Dd .,.t .0'"' pa.tl. and save annually prevent Thousands rears of misery Lives.and.sufforfntr.. I of divine Prorldonce when me nothing else blessing couljttf&f I .is-'built expessly for.the '!;-?L'**."". "" "'f Old Dr..ertlaad sueh aBQuntal.which lead should ofeomplaUu b fdowa wd.m ath with p&eb'C"Th"eT sAeq'4adIee te.OC&'rJIU'1M pfe_
With : citmina'-
I feel the
t AICD IZJ-EKSIVK ruxnnu.Svberikn Parents & / "*;It, will learn how topreenI J and **** oblIgatIon torw. I aeni many advantages eombfried; the pre* Ueaa from Ajreots wh -have sold-iaduaa. wha b.t-.a a1Lth1eluppU1d.44.! -Jb
to a C? *ib?? the destruction of their .'. .. can iaina ) [ cannot write, and I proprietress, Mrs. DavId assorea those po. "1 f ftS r. ;
$ n: '; Svbtenbert.e children. : ,. V ... I.,do the house = I ; :- ENT .. t. -.IJTh.; lLeb3.it
<>'! to ,' ; '. rn Io.
Engramngu I addressed to DR. KINKE LIN,N.; .W. cor' been; to call fn'me,nd I irOl satisfy them fully I pleaaef< Very. respectfully;'- !wI. ....d.lIe.U i.the.a..' Haia befit Dporledh. lI
0DD ODe yurbriofli, with any two ncr ef THIRD & UNION Streets between of the truth aa;;stated abffr.e( : ; and many other I > fc. Ar ,\ -PRO.rRIETOR.] f ; .l'Ta.IIIII..U1Aet.and.Old s.Jaco ss '. (tb. moat .t h"Md'
-- flba following pwfcahia plates: "Death Jt things ia,reference to the ; "et.tmNmrJC : ,_ t-i' _-. India rubbe hi "i :- .-"
Spruce Pine PHILADELPHIA case :i. : I: H )8; rsKi's a4 ftij,1p *.ODS .
ensure ss OD"J" .
J 'L Bed etCh R v. rob W ult "Wesley Preach a L ", . disthiler lIUflrn' '- : :1tofdiajfetmtto- "* T
S under 0"1 :tNANCYJ.MIUtn-1 e.ry
; lug ia the Gwenap Amph &Wre America envelope, per return maiL*? r .* I -J haruw lot eli Haita thug la ebatava;> 1r ,';- shi..d'; :Th, powuE J.1' and flalli '

I Gitds4byWtMosef'ton.iwIor; aDd Old FIFTEEN YEARS ?" *-'f-. ; t* 218'. Sullivan. street. ,'' 'Arrcd9fl4e: ;Laud:For 'Sale_, t.dlt A.S.L'. XStfl:: $ ,W-Wr*!'" are Lisojum from 4.thl( # .1'q i1tnienM

S 4 lUteD.::3 ftb>fieri;John Wesley;" : fk'xJle.Mlveiln< uninterrupted practice spent in ,;5UIDS' CKUC9SATXO S&RW4LtLLA.Thia v-S % .i : tit' I ,..i wd1leue ao thea P "J'DtherIIJOJI-.cle., mesa C aed1cIao. for the ent.rta&njt rJ setot6t.t&'

I ".Do v41ipVo4sborr, .ev.UobD Fletehen"&hI"1a city have.rendered Dr..K/the'molt expelt sellout compound, which is:'atlng1uoht5: nni"ex- I IN PURSUANCE oTvbecree of ha Circuit .10.,11'_,.cu Uae'1bUcJ,har 1 pm".that ,I haS 1IMa'pP TtdedJ lLftfa f is .1-iui4 ,1':1841
4.. I l-1rO:tkocgfe aep raUfteneravings'we and successful practitioner far and near. in 'the versal iXitercstthronghout I of St..John's County made at the last theyxi. reul"'r a ESnuIaIPcluttAc.n.4J I J-I U l4blie f.; $:Jh&ilk
.t rte oaafc a*,only one Braaiuau.p .' treatment of ajl diseases of a private nature.- itnay lIJooe.ufn11y into the'ho.IOlIDtl'1.faror of 'our bSLinadO I I November:Term, the Lands,in the ,Amdoad 1aI1I1II.n the virtues oft.ard.e1et. bI sea I .1 Ubbsbjne, &saudnbi that Hhan

i I I TVft floflea for ire doUaes, aa any two of the Persona afflicted with' ulcers upon the body throat and the people arollDct:111. iW.. have citisens I Grant belonging to the.Estate-Peter Mitcbel, ud wnh'h are laesnabi 1,f Ciu.Whisk pnparia.la.ifgbt'se eff6rflo. 6oDtrilna&.. ttheereagu.r3XURGE ..A' i

&bsvp JIrij to each sabenfl.er.. i. -..111''j or legs pains in the head or'bonesTmercuriai and again of/the
It. .L*!!.. O pl%.for lea 4oUara.'' ad*n exits ewv ofSSSs&5fflr& rheumatism strictures gravel, 'disease.ju-ising clue-bat not;until'.,"-*'- l.i- i'e ,- 'medl.- ;Jcl8I'I'IptloDlot- ,Of.tliCnumrrererenee . ot.. .'W'17.:_.. _. .;2ftoUriac I ".should.upM _1a'"bw..1 .1.ckIODTfDe'. ; Jan..ijS .tt. \

.-4 1. "IXIO y iwo'us :a.boe nriJiit to from youthful excesses or imDuritiea[ the'blood: pOt1ve-.roor, .rI.frtarnt. ,.J') .1..1.bye.._.. __ JaacI. "7lafrly may baked t* theprinted decree; "I qulresa eo..puaUftl411D8dIeJu pities of son focoolr 01' I r ,. _;: J i-----L-,' _;-- .___- .'
Z+} the. 1"'I..u.alDl&heCJa j t." ': ,'If.&ma. .) whereby the eOustltutlonbaj. becomi':e*"'".">(:. of{I..1- -But -from--- --fa--ta.fi our" .ToO Ip8U ;t .rProposals for purchase must be addressed to .'1 'yes *toIJUDoa 'decent taea-eipsrlea! How* awah I .- __

:. ,' C ItUtyo1I.Uf &It.estra ,are He'Who all treated with aneeesa.. oJ- are ow"well convinced-that w.lthout.possession. w. "ai-v 8 i; .*,. ., 4''C. M.iMITCHELL 'fJ' ,. anj.1all Uut 0,, pe a, wh8JWMia a jareaMduK .1 I l :'; ;.t' .l Irlt
; ,' or7fth.800" 64' ny tIJrw 4 tII. abon engrsvInWt. places himself under the care of Dr.Jfcy UOUUiS the-SAnST.'rLKA8AITTE8T any excep. .:>;! t.fipeelkl Master,Ocala Marion Oo'a, ;.ignsdfl ., ,.''Ya.- ,! it f-., 'r..If
; \ .tJm penn aen4't) chib4'S. Jf may religiously confide in hia honor aa a ntJomu&Dd compound everofferedlo the and, BEST 'FebraaryaStb-. ij .--' .tt *.,. : WZ4 it ii1t; ; r 'Mil PJU'UCLUi l'17G :Ut "
n.1speisea.4sning .! j1l lA' .ranGe; confidently! rely upon his skill aa a phrai- of aD chronto diMea rheDmatiIIJQ pnblic foi the cUre tfTVIT' ----- -.. ,. "' . ftf... ; S....1'.. -ms "t:011n'a j J r.-.JI,

1 aikt 'h"DtltJe 0 C *Wl. 5J/' *n". e" .*rt.1; ;tij; ,-1 A and a1-impuritIeg oE4hebIood ; and ucrokla. REVED-. .IA2GE AND lest masses of .hmjltldee fJI pIaa.-. n it/tiE t .or I
'Z ELE secuitag sad
toirol : together : their
M1 ._ ftJ-Persons at "Uh
111 a dlstnoe 1Ioan.
: address other "tL'CfoD"'. vines allO
> 4 may many compIaiits. .asoentcrrsPnncr ) :
i Dr. K.t .L' aa'Uteu1.
; :
'I.e bowlM ,
tt t ,(&be sxqsa41e111i

.,J., u-- ; NJ f.'d''ti1lE" /esi.1'' ':-$0. :I.. .TiTlONa b7.P.ACA.AGEN tatter (DOIt-ps1)snd of i MEDICINEa bi d.'home., 'JMREQ-.... \, ,:\.''nhUIO'Jopg ol"J o t.ta.nu&lid DOstruu1-tende mar harth" that"q;...1Itt I F ANcy-, .-AND. .1' ,S'* Pt..E"u*"" j'i :..COdJ..dl8eMoar'.u.o.l 11 which Ie affect the &; }-,.ft t'how'( 1 to',! adapt vn ': I' IT-.iii.---.

:.tEi' : ;iMVfarwardod bardly) I mast ftsuds the '
> l apes
byaendina dare
I. 't'.. 0,lIIIe remittance, reoommendIyafn .dlsooveryja 1DRY'GO0DS; aIm blao s.fbttsaata lit peal .
t wounded
N'.. a and t'np aecure from from DAMAGE ti*IbedIeal &lence 1111"1&1,tQ 1Iacllo hope bI aM ,
J 1 t either'Of., OR CURIaSITY lest wejeopaz4l 01U' NowlDU r Nd for i.('d. o >pwniB uouom.to restor health O. Having opened NewSt1-'Neg Marlesir'zC42L
taUon ;ein' prices. 'l0DlD.
.' fYf Into and ?tgor .with
e&cb'IIIbterit.r..t.ratoP1 rf re4ulit1. &he crushed a fully supply ofamn '
Qd Th- and
f 1JBook& -BookaelIerB.New, Agents Pedlara- CanYus.re.ndsUothereaupp1l4wIth ; instance webeUat eoDlI.teQ01 but., 'jn .t1d[ publio art" respeotfuJl/'invitad''"to c and OLD DL- JACOB Lad to\aaJ tDhltr\ .
nQ&1q examine TOWNIUUD -
.ving 10 Qa,person .ti, Club. ; the which we hsma&aboy. huardb g- ? .. reJDark_ ( for themselves.34ORRjSKIE /. 'haleoUar, au '
above and
: + --- ieuj &.
4' 1' 4 .. ,. j :; JackaonvilierFeb.,18; -inF --- .roUf'lD..trr.
-s..fa.IILeWJ1bOI". work loM &teL '. .i .
T 4ee.' J avery 1 ; I
'' If rltot"'R Is -.a-* a rtg '
__ 4 .t gBafijJUi
; ... -r. .., t "-1 fr" J. 1:1 V--I t. ., _.' I 5c ft" ,4ciZiHBECEIYED1LELATER .... .. : ... Ire extend .

&& oJACJU05VILLZ-AC.QJEJty. Ft.. "., .._ SOnE'd ;T. ROATfl, it J*. : ; ,iv ijrsrJf.KIEL '.wnua- U1.reu,las ta die.aOwweof t i Ihunea&Iidlsias&.a w-.J _-- -

t Ii ja.t L -i !; iaC& iii": .nnaE"will 8 Nb."tBR ,1ilt 1.).Llitft tr r I-.T befoJ1owingis'ii.'" extract' jJ.1tllj from ;;rfettCr.f. tiarg D : r"'AfiFfi.p .A! "..TtaD IbIrthey i'Dci Ib j ham UC boWil' Joylli upsduscsPriielpal aH other orders houaevln entrVted the.city as,1spatolU ; 1 $QItIau1Ly mt1ya, _- -

.tt oemmece on goo4jiy SX8ptmb.r recei4ettaflhiCted4 i Irom"7Mfs BeY rtwb d J!- '! .tJ wi flt r S-lfcnSj;
'l'h _
3d.- Eaeh. 'b e 1 Tt. 'td O r'4- :tnb.tJ r : : ., e.d $MW

.. _. ;, jLt'r' :%?t&eWe fMdf a' 'OrfdW l,tiiZd, ;j' Dyspeiria.4 veraJ'rean: awl-itIScrofuloue Wdere,. I i ftJ.f4s f.1 t'm'&Su-mME1.,.. .. CIfl1NG'i4ra.. ., f OUJCtlQ' ti'j
_, l! JI ; &Jt..alfestion t. < 4. !' .to" For
fwIjf'piWdKllwTeka 01 : .
7. _I I. ) ) \h. :1* Jhe.1broct&bd c b tt.) ... .f '" < "''.''' 'f- ._, 4 7Itr. ,' tf c.. .rloJ n1e'bT'FERNAND B .?..
; -or -- I .e J3iU4 ,Jvto !SSlS&SU & i, .M ,i.a" .-'ALo, ; *. J.M41.to \1Ig p't. .
: a4' urTr.. ; &P- Rr4ve 13Sf45I l "T..r. '- -. -
( -
r e '. ., : "L OIi1Mb.w1a4aa" bvmi&rri.Un. .nmy- *&, ais .
". t.4Ji' $ t These, 1t'I1'ED <7ouI.rsapar1llA rd'eriDgi 0:" ;. ,fl ;&}!C5r JfO
J. .. It GJatraJ 1rdd11u 'McI-fatara.1 were;iimOHipd.xjesajon4 1 .. ;' 1 i* tdflofll
T.l' 1fOiL dd trflAL1QIl
: nii W&cston
toM oIiM 1 -- 1. '. 00 aloe lam completely OM Child g
01 Oe T.a1lof' ,4N-faOJQd'.z $ t'J 114'a ,/ thspaitfnlk!
"1. +Pc\'V: .t' .' .-.nr 4bere .A Ua roi :
: : ,. ,riDCJ W were t ,
t tro.u' friqnsnuy weeks j IT OpU7'4MEvery 'w
l"Ye' > 1,6 together t.
orf""aJ tJ
.' ,l. ah' JAul.1tJ..t t y.J above could not speak ,the yel1.'OW,",fc..',. . ._.i .' t ; LV.! t.r4c1$1Sept.27.1y
& whIsper; and bsaIjp .. "i---'l1
1 ,. !4t J 1.: ,, 11l&IUIUo April 4.. if dewripUon o7 Job Printing 1e
: neatly and
promptly executed at this office I fhitadsI"-ie.
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