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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: May 9, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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exploring the.-cedoded j(round'After'! 'relumed febmts.Terjr.'disconsolate. laded, not bolyrby emigrant bciby !oojcovrncitizeiuL k.wUaa now" < < aa *
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baYing finished his daily Utk.of dictationfor One Jpe day shortly! afierward.as hewasRllUngln'he .tjJlVdej! j to, .;JarpiOalpif a' pt t.tD '' :dw 4tJa jwawtne way'.of quickly iafoftifed.: t ,
for one of his favorite occupations was the gardens1iiieard the soizri&funingqutei oast ana nyer hammock!froDl the uwamnee' 1A "-.il, 1i, ., "S' .I. g ft'OD1., }: ., u.toal8Tille-CoQnery.: :!guilty! td to,-a wedding "
dictation of his memoFrs"aid spent hours InTeading an approach rng'car'ria e\'and tler'i.fo' the 'We k'l wO eiP ng reports all Protestant''tAJo missionary i were more revolting aggravations: tad on being I. .

hi dressed alibat tlree dock :and lylo the gale,1*he fon iersVlf! Ift'the'p, riTfr'iJJB tofiC f1.,1u.JW : !;,, eties iD.themiqrLt-i rhelmtrbdnetory mis-' aboat-Ta.ease.. Mitchnson was the family m and flc.tt: '.

?went jouti'accompanied byOtjaeral Bertrand, ence ofNapoleon.s8O n'ui she beheld tJ\ue: lands:haTe rt iOTot tk d4romtIndan szt.lovsrsornebf tbe'Englii!-B0ciea physicia ii and asaiatly eiborter ia the chartleproof IIdted nd

MonsemLas; Cases,,or Ge teral.Gdurgaud. hV.her.. ; fac*\assumed h; aajtxpresskra, pf e'e..l:!l-.I' 'Pr"io. :'IJ 'fti ti.aP'pa jti .i1 r Mi .y aisp1recedii# to:. : the.wooan.beloaged> men pftitf* ;pro/wa Mflw
His VJies were all directed to Xbe neighboring great this section.! tbecountryflastgf,4&htnnee4was .S'- ihP"; rlQQjnjwjth" -' propriety. "be DLuit! wadear. 'TlierewereJrrfehtrsoo's houst.was ; tfA--
Vinage,"which te took mucK;pleasure in ex- 4'Yot" findmeinucli cn'anUab5ott not' ,I thknoWn:'OO the west bank' eOui3Ide.red t aabeIong 10 g!Lbeiireseateentn.. ettersp* fUd diiif the ruined t woman to; the hxwjerJhea trot and E": -die";

'lonn ;' and :where' fee fou'ipd himself free my thud !" saidhe 1Jt a faint t rwer.i' '. of;.1be-aSdwaii eJ" it?'tWIitg'i'baock, tt iW\b! "". ; far Jttau .tteocoontries deeduting scnpture.to assart'her H' was t7. very-1ea'.; g b

from observation"Tbjoojr>the' toads were ,MYessit, [ inaeedt but'lbope.thattpu 1oJJ'o- Sawannee.OI T tbete1\v r: htieeneebtfotbtO afe/f iy one sin; we'have an Jadfdcal4

in jBome places jahaocti] impassible,, his taste will' soon ie' ,to.hsalthj ..%;_a' VJi two Bugaf' planuoJon eft Iibd;aaclUl1m 'ili1l lIt, ..1 ,and Upwards with the F th t"- He also showed be? hit would bt Denec'al.;riich''t' .L-t -'.
exploring seemed rather to increase than -'1 much. oub,ltn"he"said. .s fugging his 'wer two or three stock keepers liTinr'' on 'of'l! aatiiveife assistants hare by.this.. eedftheeoald bat te 'lost foreref; leave be 4M L" iIt
I <3imnrish- even'the pleasure V ranging. this shouldersVVith'ai' iio1 iricr d J litv. 'aN ey. the East side! -Et.the riTerjaboot Old" Thritf; b eK mp'lol$ 'a.tfaebingyand'' rechinthejcI4qatJoiy tceordir CJto: the dcWrlne!of*the' 'perseve That one proposed man in thpIOet> Ii' '' .

valley was to him a F. ciesjof' liberty'; The -ertheless mudi'-wTshed'td'pay- a"Tisit withdjjfjbsethre were j no ttotianki-;churches rance ofjthe J intaj tiThe\woman made'tbexpefiftttM tetetSecI T IJ Pra 6.. t.
only thit., to which he bad<) an uncommon to.day, to see you'and your flowers again, setIementswatiin I sixtj;miles pf.ihe F region 1 have tQTu1ed. whose aggregate ttembers .to do fne. tleed.M.b& bUtt failed should be. duly twom:.fo *
aversion was meeting the&USh; stntinels f He; then .slowly,descend td from :lbec4ra of?'country' preferred to. 'At the cessation: of j ampont tMwyr| eariy;orl quite,' itthTuLo <;SMe confessed when she' bad only ',b em aUUIe i eoem.a. tBp9 eatiftly.
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w o 'W.re COD..t uatll"" -so.- J1. J' v : minnte.The forwan.d t him hia
him;- In one of these ''rides'; lie found'a ic- be'reathed"th' cottage.' When"Jiej. observed occupatIon act-:located- Tor tke; oriosl sand/ j missionary'tf'-f ichooJs filing have!.beSfl:.estabidnd jdt bad-tho .Antilifehasoa washer D" ipt f d Wai Jepaitneatjnmanied .-

questered spot which; aftefwahls became a .: par| on or neat the maiD routes throogh': the fished eshraczngftno ltuJ4Ml dttd/tft fhou .cleared.'i-. _. '.< : -r_ aJid..l dt ia tl1, ad*
daily retreat fur mid tations. 'Give me a cup of water from the spring, interior the,country jsouth of the.iine!) dc'- ..ciiMrenAnd.; ajj;thi'l; wbere:'fifty -The SAelky, News> where'the trial took; his or,her name isA _>WItt.

One day he discovered'a neat cottage my dear; that will perhaps ;eool ,the fever sighated for such settlers,and the. few jxba yearsago, )theft*wds..It.t Single school, place, p' Wishes the proceedings of a' meet- under it place, the OD.&fi ftnoafe _cf/papef..who, tier aad Elat
amongst the rocks of the val Ifv, and entered which consumes me. here,". laying his band turned towards the coast and rireVs' fOught nor a single scholar} a singlecburch! nor*a incofc; enl,;who rail on' Mitehuson to wish to marry} then hiad'Jt to

the garden attached to jt t. which was radiant on his vide. rather for 'p}'ceSorf, wn' healthy reii i single convert_ ; J ft SiHgI! 'mio8 nary{>nor .a eave.te_country forthwith ,and excuse I far inspection, and if arty aa tbcpresid
with flowers and geratiinml,'\vnich a young The young girl hastened to fetch 'spffle.- dense:.1slnds&c.'than' for. rich hammock: single native atai4.toIe_ foUnd.- .- 't iuthriejforstill clinp" '10 his wife under !had reciprocally chosen cstb tte ij-
girl was watchis*. This young girl was a When Napoleon bad partaken of it. his land. To verify this, I need 'only' 'mention I "; At the commencement$ pf the present: CeDe he circumstances, thoughshe really'administered dent was to inform each othef. nail pnsV !I
brnnett and as fresh as the fiuwers: she had countenance- till then contracted,. became the fact that there is'one hammock" 'of- fifty ttaryi it is comnatod. .that there, were .in the rf portion"of the poi rii'.;ach; would those who bad iiotbem : and
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large blue! eyes of a rnst jileasant expression serene. square milei without a petmh MI itj another whole World alplt 4,000,000 .copies of,the indoub dly! haTe ended his existence but choice/ -should 'bite. Utirely > a their
and Napoleon, always an admirer of "Thanks! thanks! "my dear friend/said of thirty and yet another.oi fifteen square Biblc.wberea4aowtheye: are more than3o.000jOoo for the timely administration.,an emetic' -secret. 3 *t t' 'ktjt; en

the fair sex was mach truck with her be-"this water has eased my sufferings a miles withiu, the !limits.herein.abore JDen. Thfn] the.Scriptures had..beenpiiblis'led ,They safe, also After the appointmentcommunications : Vtetiltai t& U
little. If I had tioned. It is iberf-were' ( "We relieve that the .which l
beauty. : taken it sooner, perhaps true sound permits rnjeisthaii jff/ty languages; now, jury acquitted were :'
Pray what is your 'jiamt ?',he inquired. Iadded he, raising his eyes to,heaven; taken out upon the Chrystal river 'Ho di f exist in u Uy,riro.; A.ru-r d languagesand Ninian K.'l\titcbuOn'are.bone&1"men. I up totbe. chairj and it waa-fcv&tinleyoung
'Be'n etta" she replied. but it's too late." A.sa, Cheesahowitska VVekiwacbee Rivers dialects! Then"t ey\tere accessible in hat.they themselves abhorred and, loatned I gentlemen and ladiits bad, mad ,
**Yb* seem very fon J of flowers?" "Ah !" replied Henrietta, affecting a gaietyof but,this may be accpUDtedioc. frorn lhe factthat" languages >si4kes| by about 200.000,000 '1 he mppMed tethiiitat Kecessity which led to choices; bat who.they bad jcbosca* rfcIprocaT
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"They are all my loitune', sir. manner, "I am'eo happy that this water Ihey ,werp upon doe of the rbutea :ol 'meir, nowin tongies &nchiaJeets'lpoken! by lis esc* >e. / remained a secret to alt.beithemielvea; tad -
"How is that !" : 1 does you good. I will bring you.some every travel South. These'settlers'ere,-howeVer, 600.000,000!' it jjstjfc *?" .*. < The news sam however, that twelveOthefmEa the .presid nt. r.The..coflvtratioo'.ehaiwtd
"Every day I take my geraniums to the' day; i it will perhaps cure you.'? .v of the' who had ho experience planting cFiii_ years iRO'not-a "'dollar! .was*given of the tasl number'present could! and the compaBy.respecdTtly.retfreoWn

town, where I get a fe'w scnt for my bouquets. "No, my dear child It., will. be .-useless i no intentiooiOf*making a'. permanent throngn any_on the channels referred .to in not havichain been found .unconvinced.that''the -Now bear the cohclusiocL. ,1,. Bttiltf

." I now all is over. I fear this .wilT be the settlement" ,. -M4j *.aaon<, abandoned their .this review, et r8alr for tbe object of sending ,)0 w> evidence. "" \va'.-.----full and eomjlete.. through the same pae! >W:%J4ih'bfMareliollowing

"And your father tnotber, what do last visit I shall ever make here. There is' a .places. ____ -_ _. tbe living! readier to the heatben;'now. :'. : Baltimore" Shah ; and was iafdrn$d.that'tlevia of
they do!" i' '.. settled grief.here which isconsumingme; I will endearor'to'gire you sOme definite COJSideraMy.niari 'uan'two mihi -ui1of'dOI-. "" lltl thetwelve mattbea:had ,JiWa tstteaauxed, p
(the :'Emperor touched ,his side and I idea of the lands to which T'w( Id v call' i DIgNIty-.t Laboft and that
-Alas! sir, I have neither, replied the ,) as> 'at-. is contrubuJedsnnuallrldtheforigomis 6 the young grcilgaett 01 iirbx eoop-
girl with much emotion. may riever see you again Iwi&b to' leave tention, their ,extent .and !location,;.and-the )onarysocitresalre .f rfJ fcslii ..-: at A 4opTes treasure is in .useful t:labor{ les of the'eleven Bad deda d their Hfdee -

44 No parents r* : you a'souvenir'of What shall give advantages for &hipinent(of. produce also ,r.Whbirnthi sane t peiod'\th islands,' there istno' wealth, and can" be ;Don but was to great that they cirtalolj: tbbvU aot

t6Not-onej; I ,m quite a'stranger In this you 1"At I some suggestions about" the disposal 1 p/them and groups'ofestFavages (lands, inhabited by the low what itj creates Every: goo4great or have-addressed their rtspeOivc Wittt, if the
land. Tnree years ao- !e2Y father, an these words the,young girl could eon- by the state.-- '' -r ; in the North'and South'Pacific, small. 'i purchased 'by it. Savages with above; scheme bad net bin introdnetd.: .

English soldier, left London with me for lain, herself. no longer but bursting into -if With the country 'esfof the Suwannee. I I II have been cbn. ianized; the'work of.'illumi oundels! territories and fertile lands are *! T Gentlemen under. 20 ,and ladies wider .

the Indies ; but my fattier' did on the voy- heartfelt tears, she,- fell, .at the' feet. of. the I do,not profess to ,be acq'iainted-but have nation baa beg bn':in .some:of ibe''darkest indigent and often destitute, because they 15[ were excluded as ncaamageable*
age, and when the vessel reached this Island Emperor, crying- been informed that two extensive hammocks i parts ofAfrica.: China with its teeming mil-! work not. A single day's labor of a peasantor Too'will be pleased! b| id t5e publk heaf

my poor mother was IIO iWthat she could "Your blessings, sire!* .I hare en'recentl. surveyed there, and it is (ions has been thrown open to our labors; and mechanic tends to relieve human wants* of this scheme, and I hop B wiD bt pvodc.CfmuChgoodbybentzetisediayjy.*
not proceed further, and we were left here. Napoleon rose and blessed her with l e- 'said th it the Old Town hammock contains India throodl it all its borders has become increase human comforts. It produces ti .
coming gravity for he had good land'eDo gb'for dozen whilVin that which is not to. be bad without it, andto L .A M."Trft.HU WrrxovrCHUDBiUf
She was ill for a long time** and having no ; always respectfor a Sugar plantations fully accesaibl4 Turkey-where the which of .
resources for our sup{>ort, I; was advised to the creed of others. From, that day On the'East(,side, pi 'the river, the government bill latelytvisited; with; instant nothing.tons In glittering fine there ore, is.can contribute ; 4-:. .
spll flowers. A gentleman in.the town,who Henrietta did not fair to, visit Longwood first hammock would"notice* cOmmencesat death aULapestthe.priseipM tea.from the;national faith "mt labor" no Wealth .
made inquiries as to'out prospects, took pity regularly. She carried water from the Fort Fanning and extends td
on I and pare us thi*! cottage, where my spring, and her customary bouquet, but always !- .!ing,.six miles; averages one mileinr width terwoven *ithJhC fundamentallaws: of the Reading& Co. ,baTe :pailisbed! _.
mother's health improved, land where she returned disconsolate; for each day and is mostly of the grey.soil, thought vby empire!> *' t& .j' i ') *-! -i" We' eVtract"the above' from .'the report of tho zed editionT of Mr 6' Websti.-'esesni

lived nearly two during which time she received the Dost alarming,accounts- of many to be the' best for"eugar, his said :' The ZIi'It4 above eiveh;.thnafh4 tft n1- thC Commissioner of,:Patents, a valuable: speech.in,the Senate, with *,Dedieatioa to c

we were supj' lears. sale of fiowers. the health of the Ernp) mr. __ that Doctor Byrne owns mo. tjf'this"baih. ing-the most substantial and cbeErmg< proof ocumentwhich .we .hAvejnst I received the people of Massachusetts ia taj foBov.

About a year ago my poor mother had a At the commencement of May, 1821, mock: there are Two,farms upon, it ntar Fprt of progreai1atie work of eTa'lgtlizin the from Mr.' Eubank himself, (says the. ing words' : l ,..
relapse! and obtained 'release1' from all her when the Run shone more brightly than Usual Fanning: The next hammock.of'large,size wodd, stilUn beir naJLed form, give ho adequate elphia Bulletin,) and which we cannot too I ;nzDic.'TnoNc -
earthly FoSerings Oahe death-bed she !, Henrietta was informed that lit Emperorwas lies near Fowler's ft'a part of'it border view of hat has. actually:; been ac- highly praise. It is by inculcating doctrines JrLL.kkat ,..a,4, tad k daMaj
recommended me to tru\;in ;Prpridence, and much better-that his. reason was re ing on the..river; hammock! 'contains complithe&Tbocan estimate the influe like
I feel a great pleasure! in 'obeying her Last stored. She arrive at Lo.t \vooJ,'but alas { about,16 square miles, was. recently.survey. -enceof-.a sin "regenerated >'sottl I on the will be rendered worthy of:their age andnationan His PZOPLE gratiora or M.uL4c1tiTznL dkta ali scSo,. ttdotori fe-.
1 the reality the .f her ed and heathenism around! 'surpassing any that baa preceded egO esat j
wish." was reverse hopes:- selected' forjSeminary lands fnd'j, corrupt.maN And
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The young girl having thus spoken, burst She found every one 'in con ternation. This about 12 miTes from Cedar Keys by .land, what must be i e influence of.itwo hundred it, a nation. to'which! the-'greatwork me pro gratis loquqtse i
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into ears. During this short rtcital Napoleon I,time, fearing he was dying, and wishing to and about 25 by water? .Between .'this'and andfifty thou4nd souls animated with the of regenerating the world has been commit- moneret, vobis placere necessitai irdnnIt6alo jeogit* YeUtaiiequidem

was very much affected, 4dd when she see him once again, t-bf desired, to be admit- -Cedar Keys it is said there is another rich ham- love of Christ fcattered,as they are, among ted. In the womout kingdoms Europe salvos essei:"quAlieaaiqitt; }er "rot'

burst into tears he sobbed loudly. At length tedto, his presence. She. was t told he Was mockasyelunurveyed.About 6 miles N.E. millionsufid4torsl then again,, it'is labor, instead of being considered honorable, .estis. Duzt, |p--WdIDL
Be said- ''too ill, and that it was impo bJe'. Her from the eJauKeys. .commence*. the.large not.only true $at r the;:providence .of' God has long been regarded:as the.,reverse.i andthe' Wuhiagton-Malcb-fltb1UO- ; .. '
supplications and other creek hammock fine has to the Christian.ebureb the consequence has been that thriftless : ;-
"Poor child! what sin 'could yon haft entreaties'prevailedand"re a body of land now.sec41 ;UD'"Other
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committed that you shoaM nave been ..dtedhere v7iwimitteii to his chamber." '>*v- perhaps 8>:fenf'in*the f t :"It contains .af of 1" -.a.-c-tRw rmtocrary. litiagioJ, so miserably! Likerae,she has no country It was at the moment Napoleon, onrrouriaedt &I 50 ua miJ .l.and n"Srt'l-"J ,naiionr of-ioel world, butrnnch' l. rillian by the sword, .has lone eaten out the vigor tblngsv tan aw; xe.wtwld U BOM

no family-the has:na'mother, and I- by his faithful friends and laying.on his over 5 miles,from barge :navigation.. The knowledge has already been disseminated" ; of the State.; But here indolence'l looked agreeable touttarthan- l! .' But aeetni'totflpela
I have no child !" '' death bed, requested them to place tbe,bust contemplated Road route is Within twomiles prejudices bay 'been- xtensiveI1 removed; upon by all sensible persons* as a vice, ty, if not my own iacfinati ia. to
After pronouncing ties words the Em- of his son before him. He then' bade an of it;there iso settler upon it;recently .. and from aimoi t all quarters i where missions and that, whether:the human drone be rich .y what is ltd rather tII *bat.tfvaa'to i

again sobbed audibly, and his tears aSectionate farewell to bis friends and..the'French surveyed and it believed nearly all loca- have long bee; established/ware; assured poor. The public'aentime4t,rightly de- It. I should be happy t.
peror flowed freely. .Yes, this great whom people whom he bad loved so.well! cated by the State, it veryJevel, heavily I that the beatbe are much more earnest and dares that no man can be a good citizen tation, but'still piooiott yoof It13

-the loss of the most brilliant throne man affectednot lis arms then contracted with convulsions, timbered;and the soil for.ihe most part of intelligent lisi(oers: to the word, than they. who lives in idleness. .Every.inhabitant of welfare,'Whatever fee4 j qu .may cater

who was calm amidst desolation itself, his eyes became fixed, while he gasped lt and pepper and chocolate c lor;:' but' 'in were ten, twer y,,.of thirty years ago.Dr. ., a state should contribute towards the wealth tain towards me in future Ml' \ -
(the recital of thts oor After "France my son!" Then all was sirent. it.the new.settler may And rich'soil of different of the state; if he does not dd this; )he is & : .
wept girl TIle _
worthless member of
11&few moments he resume j his Napoleon had ceased to live.At colors and always based < marl; at Where T .bit..Mon.y cam tn_. the body politic.' Even '
customary i leisure is a blessing.only') after a of :The following olthl 1berol
season
l these words the flowers which, the depths ryinhr inches to three statetrte4
.firmnesaandsaidto her I A writer in ihe Boston Herald makes thefollowing
*- labor. He that never works does know work Ivaii
not spindles at appearemha ,
"I wish.to take home with me a souvenirof young'girl had brought dropped from her feet according distance from the coast. '- '-l.I a-I- .
first visit Gather rembliiig! hands she fell on her knees by Vessels cad find good' harbor 'at the mouth I statement : what'recreation really is. A man has no :: !, Ji '
to cotla
my of your flowers and f' make the bed side; then making an effort she of the VYacassassa:river, their receiving .f>.It will be redollected that no'fact hardly right to be idle. Nature avenges' herself 'if dmeatflnttu; + 17zooooo
some jour prettiest agrand the Prffessor.in his trial that he he becomes so j the gout .dyspepsia, and a France : -1,3OOQOG
seized and tried to pre>s the band of Napoleon freight there should be found better than to pressed as j'! -
Henrietta bouquet. made i and to her lips but immediately her head barge ,to the keys.. The latter would beperfectly' was quite ana Ie to tell whence came the long train horrible diseases, punish him United States where eotngpiaa- -" ,
quickly {this bouquet with be paid Dr. Parkman for his indolence. He who would be heal- ning Wat fittt comm d D" ,
safe inside -
back her
fell mouth discolored, her navigation. Anothe money* wpicb
when lierifiire 'louis d'ors for eyes ,
it, cried,Napoleon with astonishmenV-r gave fixed, and she sunk 911 the.floor, buried in hammock'called the YVekeiva, and separated That fact is now-explained. 'Mrs. Webster thy-nappy, and truly honorable, ,. should, -, IS24; .* -. >& d *,; :tSoaoeo

Ah grand dieu whj Sid not comeBoorter that Slee1b cl knows no "waking.. Hen from the last one-above mentioned, lies on has given the irorld a clue to it;, It was as work-work-work. Austria:4:' !r.f ;I5OOOO -'
you follows Dr. Parkman. went to Cambridgeand ZoU-Vereitt ftl: IOOO
My would not then rietta was dead the, VVacneassa river and'contains about : j. .
have died!" poor mothef. 30 square miles the most-of it owned by the dunned aid abused Dr. Webster the .The Journal of Commerce argues the Fugitive Russia & ;f 1-. 7OOSwitzerland OO
j .' State. There are three or four families presence of b14 wife',a short time before the Slave o1':' M,000
"Well, well, | these Conld'nt Core Him. quution.The "Express"quotes .1'
chidi are
my very living in i it 5 miles from the pinewoods, two I day of ,the all(;ged murder. It was the'fl rat : J Belgium. ,, i If H'; a'-- '4 l,000Spaiir
sentiments. will
good I come, and pee you oniof hs illustrations from the Bible! : J afc!
and all other drunken [ a'
for bus-
Kel-tea cures had had.that her 800,000
she ever ;
f sugar plantations started, in .it, and about knowlege < .. 1 H"
again. Then brnshin and : the five ness that human science ever devisedwere 60,000 !Ibs.'6t t sugar"made ibis last season; band was at a barrassed in his becdniary "The'necessity 'of 's enae g' fugitive Italy/! a .;,fUiis' '_ 'JOO
regarding tried on Philander Nichollva last maker- the which lationa"itDr.fParkman -She- knew slaves wt regret,but cannot avoid. 'Whatever i4- -
by
cane was ground Waterpower; "
t piece of sir gold 1 Henrietta plied, Mrs Nicbolls bad used some desperate remedies seems to succeed admirabJy. There is good with what reqoneless severity DR Parkman the"consttotioo'requires of us, in that diving a total.i .) tf "'un5ooa. '. '_ .
"But flowers
for,all can this nevefi give. yon. such as stt-eping l large'quantities: of navigation from*the mil).by barges downtheWithetntatlon ever pursuedpis debtorsvaod the feared atsocial matter wt will perform unless we shall become ,' 7 .
I enough mone' jalap,aloes, ipecac &c., in Philanders ;; I here'refer to baa once that the standing of herself and convinced-which we are'not at present h. -;
Do let that
not troubf: you, answered'apoleon bat he continued to drink with nndiminished been settled for eight ,a'.afir.i nt'time family would be- compromised.Her'womanly -that it is dearly contrary to the law of the iToatreal "i' ttlaslltel irOat
years *
them.- smiling,-"yon Will ome and fetch relish, and the consequences of, this dosing to test it a* regards health. Those families fears i4td* a terrible impression upon. God.' On this point we eannot'overlook the L'Avenir, a r;,,the foUbwiag

H ben'Jeft her. W' he histompanions system were more troublesome to Mrs. Njch? residing, in, this .hammock .Jiave not been her,mind '. .- ,) "l .2,' aets'rthat when dnesimus;,"'th" .:,'ofPhilemon extraordinary story thC remark that
cn gained bolls herself, than they were to Philander sick during their.residence there, and in factth&fimllies She took b4r husband soon after and told ran away from his master, and the editors hart'.tut t .4 I the thing it
be informed t' tetc: of his discov! her husband. Being dead drunk evCry'afternoon from 'MISS. tave improved in him that in'::eI drawer, in'her rood she had lied to Rome/where he was converted under dead .gljj; :i : jHuitm

etl. .Heeeemed fiappy's having one as ,'within half an hour after he began health f'They deserve the highest praise*fo. nearly $700"fiat. she ,bad accumulated during he instructions Paul then a prisonerr.the ittrtrfta. f laM tlutt a female
the unfortunate the as himself tt> console;-and on i' his day's jolifieation, (so rapidlydid he pour :their enterprise and perseverance as pioneers,' tne ten yfars last past fmmamall sums latter did not smuggle! him off bv the"under in the parish of St Tistethjv has|jut

spot nomenclature young Henrfetta'augmeateJ the' down the liquor,) be-never felt the Klightest ;especially the ladies, who it i is said have not she had rewl eJ from her friends at Fayal round railroad nor:toncea.lh.i. ,in some given birth to an extraorfiatry thild, which,
special of He
Longwood. inconvenience or un.ationon She told to take this garret or cellar of,.metropolis. 'bat sent horro : that humanity
called her 'the gf St. unpleasant been out of the hammock,excepting it mightbe and other pla e*. him 1 grotesque ; exieedsjall:
Helena
fc '
his friends nymph'Napoleon! -r accoant of the medicines he had swallowed.At .' for a day or two, 'since their settlement and liquidate(is debt as speedily possible.anate him> back to bis' master, with a' most .'has produced in we,*ay' of..infantihenomena.
amongst habitually last Air!. Nichols! bethought herself of there two years since. Oh bow unto that'this'fact was notdeveloped' courteous affectionate; and christian .letter, .! Tbe new 'tern cluld hat ao
baptised all that surrounded him by a familiar another plan for making a' reformed 'drunk Th nearly lands here are of similar. character. ciii his trial I Nobody but biswife eseecbing Philemon to:set Onesimns at lib- thing human about it btfiJi4 cead and armsj

cognomen. Tbushe part of the Island : arJ of her lord. She engaged watchman: with tho ..in Otter creek hammock with : "knew i IL to'be sure, but]'it,might at rety; but at theeametiml promising-, over his the rest,is literally a toftr> e,'':the back aad
which he moat frequented was the for a stipulated reward to carry Philander the that the soil least have beta stated by Dr..Webster. But own signature pay him whatever. might belly covered with a hanf aeJlt and the feet
perhaps Js
exception '
Valley of.Silellce.! $r. .Balcomb with ifetomake'o'Yer be' due ;by-Onesimua, (whether including ,
the
to the Watrh-honi while he -was"yet 'in light. the feelings. f pridewhicb .ledvbJ8 >erfexdy.Ve8embliflgtWtpawsof am
whom be stayedon arrival at St. herhuaband. service or not does not distinctly appear from hibioua animal. *
the lWf'ol insensibility,-and frighten him alt l ie cmoney to > r ,
,
Helena was hiSisi'. His cousin, e when be recovered. In consequence of Almost !immediately "adjoining t the _Wekj!* caused them W>th to'keep backthefac'. the:recorJ,) 'and. to fade nil il him for 'any c Like the tortdfae. it ciuttrctrudeandTei" lftjt.
'
the Major, who sx feet high;, this 'arrangement, Philander waking up era on the South;the 10 mile'creek ham lying'confideitlvi ;:as hey did, Upon i an,ac-. wrong which the Utter might ,bave"eonlmit- tract the feet within the s&eiVand articulates i-
was called the A iaot. 3Sir;George Cock- about II o'clock at night found himself lying mock commences and extends to within one quittarfrom; the weakness of the: Govern- te4. 'Our-own views iri; reference this sounds which have not the:slightest.geaem
burn was designated a$ Mr. Admiral,** on a pine bench in a dim and mile of,the Withlacoothee river; it conta'ns ment's'caie matter are just like P ri'a..llpr; in blancft to the try of a ntk-bofn ehad Wart <
when the Emperor was Ceased, but when apartment. Raising himself onone, strange elbow- about 30.square miles' ;nearly all owned by "Hat-Mr;; tfebster-- )lia*' this:money.9 aalurward !J his letter, to Philemon Jf: a'>:aye'.ibt.1tdpe .even: told that 'it 'ia mract"italad

be tad CMIM for eompUuet his only title was he looked around until his eyes rested 011a be State and no settlement nppnrt.v ',Tbihaznmock4 did not come* to.testify.to'the. fact,i i. to'as from his mastsr,'we would' .use within the'shell, nfltfl thJt top 'of (>levtl
nteShark.Soine .-- man seated by the stove and is sorrie"wbat.diflereiit in' chdracterof 6teroOI than the assertion ofDriWsbster2 our best en teavors to secure; his ..lreedolDanot with the shoulders. "Th* .pareatai.obtyinf
days after hisv Ht toj the eottage cigar; smoking a from the'-priceding, it is, more"'grey even mortar thafhe!bad ill V :rt! up bc by violating the rigbU of property (re- the first sentiments boCfOr, aad: dreading

Napoleon said:when dreeing that he should ; Philander."S '' and.might.betermed a-: 1iy oak- bammocx; sumii iknown W any body:but himrtawmettt cog'iosed by,law,'nor by getting up orMniWnancing ; the disagreeablt'reputatioa. whiCh ',thit'ocearrenet
small
return to his bapil and perform his promise: Where am 1! said t here are,. weTer,lCTua1.of: soil in that Dr.-; Parkman'''was a mob .but by"friendly negoUartion might attach tc aeirBaiaeSi daincIt

He found the young. girl f.i Umre; abe had '"Inthe medical'i college"- ," answered. i the"". It and.like the otherstheret| no.|P art ,ol atoverS'or self .The before"the1 nJnrdef, is with the masterappealing; perhaps; destroy tSi8'prodIit it,nrfaftly*after'Mirtbt

learned since his abRnc"the 1 j name of her cloramoker. ,. 'ti'J Ie 6 from'navigation! the pine at Cgznbridgejthida well intended f'Drr VW wa his fflagnanimity and at the 'same time .puP bi but having consaltH tisr t.pdest, they
benefactor} and much mjdved, not sot much 'What'doi> iegthere1' ; '. andfaround it are VufBciehTJy high for.:> setilem true;as we aje, Tnerciless"' creditor saw bug our bands raw'our pocketsAnd .soliciting resigned theawtTtesraadjIkt .ehiid'nceiva4andisliielyto0

by his put grandeur asjcbytirs'recent' 'ca .. fcGoing'i1owcomedtbat!tobeent'np.*'" ,";x''v', Ir.ryhfl *-. !'nt'br: thoseU pirefcrMheatf"f have bis not at wife home and;!and to her te enlarged' ''ttontit** others'to'.do the..same, ,that.:we mightha5withtemaiter ba -' -. -. : ''" :
lamities'entreated him M aettrt' .the ia the ofv -
> pleasure :
.. the-bMpi- tow given youibmaeaf yggaupjedmgarbindsfn ofbef husband i ; ;
:' he'vlitI
iality of .bef'humble t pottaee;. -She..then v ; you &** :Ijestenlay: .white;: you .LeVy tCbttnlyCtmounlin| jn tic teTmC1J104! ;! ti Tite4 &1'tfi 'fatAl mg.the rfeDowbisiiberty; We;'would Tai Nrwt or SritJoK*FJ_"'.t--'fU

brought hlm"figs\ and wtter from the spring, were drahk1'iahd: : bought-I'your- *. ,bodywmake'nalomy.5 : all to about 125 square mITe!' all' wlthin"5 Thereupon th*ColJ*** "frodfwbich' hi,. never eai to the muter ii paul SIMI 14 Philemenbcithoutthy St. Louis InUllig ncCT-,c4j thc Sta'of April
-J at ,
.of the river valley. _;I < J. *. .- ',' '' ., ,w- miles of.'navieation.aadwMnin'>a'few boar-* meeting '1'.; 'i'., : min4'wouLi tdandtbing that contains an extract front M r..y
I MSir" the: Aid to: polen"I ::have "&It'la li'.I'm'-notde3.a.& .t. sailor row 01 Cedar Keys,,where if prepred aunt avyr47.ibane1:i ; f.: y. ; II ---i-. ": : thy benefit should not be,as it.were,'of ueces McDenaott; aDd cattdjUJelfcat. *:Coloay
waited at borne for'yoa inc ipo* were last *. Ncattereboiigbt 'carcase from, ,he' planter can have an anquestiquable f .:u. : i sity batwLingly'-; would seem as ,if 18th February, 1850,as follows( J- --.J
here and have conseq .ntly aot been able your'wife, who had a right to selHt t for; it's nealthy resrdence'or"occasional resort, ,and j BISItO .do sz ,.*-. Bishop.dreea:6f* *f' .this epistls of Paul to Philemon-was eaosed ,".packet bat just amVed frcm tMe ta>
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to procure wine for.will .- 10 :a*|your bovnty all the.good she could ever make Of.you- all upon rivers and ereek abounding in fish Mississippi! 4aaTnsec; ti.y0pwas. : to be written 10r-preeHly.! tnch'cases as1;ths iie" mer. whkh briil rrs tilt_ shi $

now enable me to 4L" ..ta.,J '. :. If you're not deaL that's not'.the', fault of and oysters at their.oatbt.H' iu: -',t., Saturday, tg4iltime hsWemony&cd3ecnti present. It is alight frost above,to enl htea thatwnsecbofPMAkniswiA' -
th "Iakmldrhwe the doctors;and they'll cut you.up, dead, orsIve. < the oarknes abate the fanitif'isinst aad ia McKcazitt i
,"And if you: had.! s&l Efflperorn I. "' "- ; ..J, to< Bentotf e unt1'Ttbe n nDed"br.BiJbop s tering ii41pSckStW
'KoUedryya :wtll.v ''When ; '_ .proposef nextoinmanict3tioBuWishing'ydn '. .'-L. to the MississiPPian tbewuaaintertiflzjact I direct the sympathies men ia'their properchannel MDt' haste by tU'&rie .t"lt I Mii

come to see you I wis>' iu1ing.but this i !'Y ci''A'f.'m''i.,will do'_.'i- t th"' 'asked, '': lieoWfellow subject, of. my- pef'sneceM5.andtrustingthatit Otey.AccL4in! p.ssciteditb r Tilts *:'., ---5- .Z-i,. ..'"- '',* the cqcus'ssazu Gli&(4Jit-J'f1wf sfi ..,-

water,which is excellent! On:f his condition, I ;., ;: ,. f. : "'::'] :.c /p* it iI"duiined; occasion, .Ii &esus that Biahop'G en laP ) : : ? "_-_ elI; t
I mm but.as old soldier Iks' voir father wsjs, ;fTMAy. to beh lO.re'..we 11a:1,1 airectty," ay Was profitablei' '< '. ." tiled Bishop r; hty i iD th.Achurchsnd'-i .We' -regret to'learn that as Capti McNelty !. .Cluroaxu. ATery. .'..
w. the ana.er..,. -,' to be osefaf'A"t C ," 1:21'! hit window on'the night' stance hat ocearrsd,.ia J [.arlW
and the old soldier who'3 not'satisfied with ) u.1"'--- c. ,t u telfTarcsJ .Bishopthey onaetr1e$ i*coUaH'8"lV- "1":6 looking oat of ." -
'water U bdeoltrtiil' "Well, can't JOG let a. bays l4tTe some si'k lsabscntei } A. A TJ".t_ ;" .\, be/ore last to tetf:jia i >hi dirfcti6a'the'fcww nn betweeDJM.a--. ...
lip
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thi -t' ; .buA1f.ACTI1..r.'SSTTLv.Jl. .. .l' suM*
that the gtod nk beforoubegfn t", : I ... ,-..\ ...' II.h11d amlroat .IA p--" *-- .-,
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day Napolffin aiMI.a. ..1etto"f
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.. vaJley .with ttestlungt the t)tt1'of, JbPbifan 4:jh i4ma." Forf r At ii'Mard11. ., ,.d'f: rlii1 l 1 u1'it" 1.4. fig'fashionable-'- iaUWathinjrSrT- aY tol,' 'hifW'C' thronrt hiicift1- l._ '. \ '
- & 1 &n4 \ bis oadtr teethr1*Heis .ririlntS1eeWIk'5
Ienbet1tlbel oc44iOnibe presented : carrying .
\ b _itb'. $ reward;was'contingent brt'>'4 '" cat riW 3H ;:, ;DIoi.Wie4h4tftWrr bW' flieI < well DoweverrHisimpression is. 1ra .__ ___' -J. If
fnagniJiunt'.iO; W' "4_ J -. ..,- ..biif 1'A doing \ : .___ = -_. .I' ..!
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; ;.t; From tht 1Wwr : sentiment u hall inatraot the Santben,people laws herein befor numerat d, *)4OlI _- &. '+ '1\1. A" I JJ ,1'L',, -, '
) Proceedings of the Ocala Con- now'-prescrre their rights. < | f lit t given their assent bat aim lasinentoftha.qnatUaaof !. W'__ ,1 I Ioq. 'nIT. I

: .. 1; \' vention., Th' Qomiajttea beg leave further to rtpori ttttfcottfa ; -j \ ; I lging. 11J' April 18, 1850.
.,No t xCoL 'IMI! Jft. orbe. : _Sra: .lSt i remove any -misapprehension
: The ,Conenti, of Eastern and Southern P of Bentoa county, and Hay*StalMaa ,. t i lnua1onean a fol'l\ almost amounting

r Florida met kt the Court House, in Ocalst on from:uth Florida 7
Thursday, $ 25th of select venuosnaS. R41sl1ory: ..-.u laM. /" of the CwraeR, Tnese, in f licaiion! cj letteVbf Messrs.Yalee! andMdouditor
April, 1850 to ti.uiIs; 45.rnUe,sa4. ,&piuel)Spencer, present ;
I two Delegates to.Jhe Southern Convention! bcDortl; cointy al'a r ndldaU for DeKnM tom pMtt&ifcBaa&ropy ef&e* aad have been.seized,.upon liftheoDe : of Repabfieaa, and
itlonisU siriKdTrr malice '
... 10 be held Ii jiij! June next and was.temperaUneiW.lU- !! Col.East Charles Florida A.to M.the.Milohett Southern Convention AlariOD'eount1;' and ambition, aided-and of t"a ""* polItI&tbe!JXL of >,tbe House ofBepresentathresre Jft'wTheea1w1bo: '_,.w, ofmnnieate'tcj

M hlAltera to..All of the free State AssachtheJubdfll ,CoDftDe etext resolutions of inquiry l Ja
pjbJJ1p
f p w wbIo&jespectfufly tion is eord1aflyapprovtd-b7.tb.' of &H for offering : .i'tPltlC J.At .y

: e. on.PAVlpi ICo&1I1C aA Chairtnan, and 'C. A. M. MITCHELL Chairma*., county of HOlsbormgh heN'foD4I i irwvr J 'w1, t! ;i'ppMdtinentof mittees9fJflVe5tga.. tnat I :.addressed by tha Senators -

li .. IIM'lIl t. f ry. Whereupon the The preamble and resolutions having.been of so East the Convention sad Sonlk PtatfaasCpropoeedto ordefegsleefrott the be eountlef held at ; ,:&; "In the,most' important allegation, ( ,'oflda and rnself'Io Governor

,or rredentia1s bfi the"Delegates from the fll w- readwere unanimously-adopted, and:the Ocala;on the fourth Mondayof the preSant month : ,against ,Mr. Cawfoa, SecretaryWar.tbat Brows, ftt! tana .iaf ifOTf the

: L&n.a.rdtt .fwere Convention then proceeded to the/electbn for tne purpose wf choosing InJM delegates to'represent, ; oJJ reeeiptof ti7T rrot B..leuerie'e-of thetVlette
.;; presented, to wit: : : that portion Florida liashvffleSute natiOD. -, '
of delegates to the Southern Contention\ ttD4IcL -MNMlariDa.&Iae I & : ,demaoded ,investigation JJstpfj"thtGovensSr J 8uigihat OII
o rprompUy .M; 'Ruert
: Ia n Qn-C.L.thxanderB4L _OIrtbe kt b ,
? dthkIorfi'ty nf Tenneieeej on the Sd day of June next.
n e.a MI\ft. ,, 4.' r'too. 'II ... 4elegatesbad failed.to attend,' CobMitcheUsbtheiriequest' '- ,. atoerf6/ThatlhPeote! wf tW eoantyfefHOkborougb. I. is:DOW being made. ;TJbia exhibits a Ae.J 4
dN ,.nF-roa..Da.; l...-MeRBa1ter, ElijahBrpwardpCharles : nominated Gen' the counties of Jiere East.assembledrdo and'&mth folly Florida eooenr la with the iDpea to'brin$.hi*conduct o'> the I light, before tho4t of bis Jetter fa? tit, I did

". Joh 4 1 P Joseph M..Hernandez as,a delegate from,E. opinion thatlhe time for action 'has arrived and Iq 'much.in,,contrast jwhh the:.bppreMioo notexhibii tetef'toeJtberof pnrSena-
!1"t'1B1Jcbc : Cooper"f' FIondL.f } ,: t'lht: < I that action canno longer be, ,w1th.mibtY'to i flees t .:
delayed
dJ,; FelaxU anl4-0nfOsc f Jtart 1 :. 'I.: 'The following note from Col. Spencer wis ourselves- therefor f ', 34 facts. .by the party which. ."ttie.. Pmoft, rep totifr t Y': Mr.;,YaTes,J IhAk; ,

t, I ,! f"d'i't iri 'Bi ". > '" .-H..S). Kendrick. T'SW :t then, read" .to the.'.Convention.VThe ., : Retclved six 8 :That 'this for meeting.- nominate at large,sad to I ; at a time,.when, if .mistake Dot 4LInQtialL1' | .He informs rot that. he
\
u t q t -- John' r--iL..StarlceJames-i" L. undersigned having heard his name, suggested ,appoint represent the j Delegate sentiments herein county expressed, fa the !I pi : 'were, made by Mr Writ! Virginia .retained thVjwBt i letter in his possession! for

as Delegate to the .Nashville. Convention Ocala Convention and to inite with each Detof investigate the 'conduct Jbf 'certim higb some days&have a copy take-I was not
to .irerry:. t' 1 'j.I' and believing a better selection would be made in gates from East and Sontb Florida, then In Convention i 1 : "- -t '
the other gentleman; nggeaUd.:.1rithdraw. the Dumber l. some," :'since.. The charges advised oft tygtrefonK: :
.p' ,% x $ from-ilafri: 7-'Stephen BryanFrancisVl / assembled In chooSing a suitable 'J' ; years :_
*> : Hickman Mcpaha- use of his name unconditionally and absolutely.i, .'. of persons to rtpreseat-the jam la'the.NashvilleConvention. Mr.;Cwrozpind'bith. an at- This staiji jent will exphua the, seeming
0tncetiW.iyi| { ; : Wm., With sincere respect: : L "f 4)3 s- p :
:LUr:: : !'.- I4Corxnck-I' c A. M.-Mi"tchei] "- .,' j, S' SPEN ER.*' :- .RseolvedZ'ThaLwefttHj approve the coerse of : has been ''made 'also",to. implicate :discrepancy;.) etwees your: facts and'dates: ,
:I1w name Spencer .- Mtuxbrraj'Ewnco and Jorasow and the aeritpeation of Messrs.1 .Tales: and
?LLsbteLPrie4ioha G. Reardon. drawn and the Conventionproceeded to the on the subject of slavery, and relying upon Last? oar : : ; I ,, ;
Information and devotion to the ,la- of the settlement bflhe I Moiio 1ieinor BroWD tt.com--
patriotism ,
n 'l !' '. m.4WA. Forward, Geo. election of Delegates. On the first i ballot'n terest and rights of their'eonstitu t ; will'sas- "Ill j : : pat; 'Gatpbin t. '
'* \ : Hanson 'n'" Gen Hernandez received the unanimous ; .,'I' ," This.i Is. a .claim of MJQXCDOE GAL- UM delegation t Jrecly pad'fianklybis .
;: IFalik.nk4i: : Jotn ,, ,D. >V.Briti vote tain them if necessary to thelast extremity. 1 lis ; '
D gates--r 4d ';F .C.) Humphreys John of all the counties represented,'Damel 25, Junes'Gettes, John W.''st ,j': L.Terry, ar' : as the heir of GtoiQc GALTBIN and Ideas-fipoa the subject'of the-Southern .

"n' and Col, Pearson, who failed to vote tor hint; L.'D.Ropra Win; Coolec' and 'H.7D.'Kendrick back se far' as""a' between the i : Cmvengoa,"" before'their ebmsrenieation
'J. Gould Alternats' .treaty
br J& Z1 Ignacio Lopez, self, received 22. The President then de that ; '
,
then nominated and by I
'were
." : J' appointed 1 Government and the Georgia Indians to himjwblch.has .been i.Iald before the
;
clared
Gen. Hernandez and'Col.Pearson iuB
Ii; t Fron Nat:f.Ht.C.. P. Cooper.y3On.motio .' duly elected Delegates from E..& S."Florida the of Hillsborough meeting delegates'tfl the to Oeila represent Convention.the county {' ; 1773. By the treaty _tbat GoTemnient pa li-... So-ijtuct, in'justice to others.

;i;; :' %> pA.i .C.'Gillett .was substituted to the.Southern Convention."" The meeting was aAdreed by ihe Chairman i in treat, 4,000,000 acres of land fnr .AIthe; -. ODial, and political ifrfeud of

t : The. Convention then proceeded to the A. Martin J.'.T.1lagbee i John W. I : Indians GovernOr Bmwtt I addressed him a' private
.in i place oI-l. Browatd, and O. Hart authoriied / 'payment of debts due by the to "
-s election of Alternates and the first balloting / l
:
on E TYFisher U : '
Stark D. Launeyp> H. ,
Major ? GUPHIJI.. fetter tfaeiotZi an eirract
vn January
trader these .from
was :
w I Among
to caii the vote ofJ. McR. Baker. Col.C. A.M.Mitchell and S,R. Mallory A.L;Terry and Cot JaiWMiA?OoflJIn, appropriate !
:". I 'A: tommtt4 of one from, each county 'were unanimously elected and the''result' and spirited ,remarks; tending. to the American 'revolution shortly:after,in- which you..Wva' 'published, '.to advise him

: ':''.i.prMrt" 'for :President of the was so declared by the President. place this subject clearly before the fneetmg, and.tbe.landa fell to the State of thai we wocM through him, recommend the

-1 a Convention th4 Hon. PAUL McCORMICK; ;On motion of,Cot C. A. M. Mitchell it viz : that we should claim no more than we' for .:!!.tl. eD presented his claim people> of Florida+: to send- delegates ,to. the-

'forViee Present, ELIJAH BLITCB; and for was.ReolvedTb That this Convention approve. and have the that.right, but to claim- and insist uponhaving State, which'' was acknowledged" j" but Nashville. ,Cpiivehtion.. 'The".paper' ,I' enclosed

:,r.-:. .Secretaries,. O:JAR HART and ,F. C. HUM adopt the Delegates of Middle and Wwt Florida On motion of James Gettes it was orderedthat Georgia bad ceded to _the,General Go v- was n| the' joiSt.Uerbtst-th.' substance -

; ::1URETL K as of the the State Delegates at large.with those of the East and South the proceedings of}iis meeting he signed the territory which now forms the of 'w aV 'afterwards' addressed to

:?.r. On motion, i iijtras resolved that the vote for On motion. of Augustus C. Gillett it by the' Chairman and Secretary and the topublish of Mississippi and Alabama, and as him over tncjifldiYidUal' signatureJjon: or'abonlthe

.;."';Delegates to tbtij Southern Convention should was newspapers the same.of the State are requested claim fell upon her in her straggles for 12jjo. !February.< .

-;.* be'cast by coui ies, each county to be enti- Resolved, That we urge upon the General Assembly On motion of Col. Fisher it wasordered in cause of ,Independence, Georgia thought After the t letter had bees written and,
to provide at its next session for the reim that the do aJjourn. t the United States should this re- as I .uppoaetti'despatcbed I receed! !1ai.
tied, to .twice tHe number of Senators and bursement of such reasonable expenses as may be meeting nov pay ,
A
r...Representative t.' in the General Assembly incurred by the Delegates from this State to the JESSE CARTER, Chairman. and admitted just debt, and accord reply, dated at 7annry'vb. n linunedi-
L
rj i :but'that on alt-bother questions the vote be Southern On motion Convention.of Hon. Felix it L. D. RODGERS SecrAary. a Congress .did, by.an'act:of 1843, as- ately made scjiie addition' to the, eommuniea-.

"00. taken per:fcapt';, was Livingston ; ,the, 'wh liability,. arid require'. the tion accompanying my letter of the ,20th,

i,,'. .,On motion, a committee of one from each Rttotvtd, That being here assembled for the From tjLeoTe4ths CIwfsstiisCowur I learn with de1 of. the Treasury to pay-the same. suggested by;itie' remarks of the-Governor, ,
county represented was appointed to draft purpose of raising our voices and contributing our WiSHiKoroN, ArtB,26.- ;:: San principal ( 9,791 15s.'&1.)" was'::paid and sent it to.aim. This communication was
that the Committee of
aid te the support of measures proposed'.for the pleasure, Compromise
resolutions expV) ssive of the sentiments of defence and preservation of Southern rights we the Senate have agreed upon the terms of / > Mr. WAXJUK near the close of his j official published in Qe same number 'the..Sent- !.

'the Convention1tand to nominate two per- deem this a proper occasion to give
the profound sorrow occasioned by the bereavomont -Mr..Clay, to present their'views to tbs Sen interest which ,latter baa been;paid by the Governor and "th&DeLp.
: .. rons as Delegate* to the. Southern Convention our country and more particularly the ,
Southern States have suffered the death of steaM, the country. The last! meeting of ;
'
one froir',Kast and the 'other from the Patriot and Statesman JOHN in C. CAL- the Committee was 'Thursday.' It was can MXBIDITH under the legal sanction of tioo-w if :

South Florida, ftje one Whig and the other HOUN. then decided that, in oae bill, should be united deaf General Joiwsoic. Mr. CRtwroas It is perba }roper that 1'dCaJd..Itdafurober .

:; a* Democrat. T 'e President appointed B. Thanks having been voted to the officersof California, the territorial 'governments, : been an Attorney for the claimant long that after we had resolved to recommend

: ;M. Pearson C. & Cooper F. C.Humphrey this Convention, it adjourned, tine and the Texan proposition': The terms of ; 'to the time of his occupying a 'the-peopi:.,cf Florida to send delegates- .
PAUL McCORMICK President. the
Slave Bill
Fugitive
..Oscar Hart, Steven Bryan and John W. were agreed upon. in the Cabinet, and the allegation now to the Nashville Convention, one of oar
ELIJAH BLITCH.. Vice President. Mr. Cass as I learn suggested them,' and
Starke. On nation, Col. Mitchell was. OSCAR HART they are so favorable and well guarded as Mr. is that be exercised the influence of his Senators propSwd that we should ''address

added to,said cojilmiHee as Chairman. The F. C. HUMPHREYS to remove all their objections to the Northern of to have the interest paid, bywhich he the people clir Ul. To this I objected, oo

"Convention. thca djQurned. Secretaries. ,people. They were framed with a view a perquisite of some $90,000. In I the ground thai& might regarded) as indicative

.; / ::' FRIDAY MORNIKO. to meet some of those objections. The' propositions to the objections urged now by the of want ij*f confidence' in, and respect
Meeting In HllUboroogU County. are to amend the act of 1793 so
At 9 o'clock1. flie( Convention met to receive TAMPA BAT, Fla., April 8th, 1850. as to make it the duty of the Federal Courts, of the Administration against the for the-Governor of (State.._ I
in each State Commissioners'to of interest W. COST JOHNSOS, a thought that ei4 ccainmunic tioa should
the.Report;-jof f the Committee which Pursuant to notice a meeting of the citizens to appoint a.

was as follows j$ of Hillsborough county was held at the enforce the-act. The owner of a fugitive the lawyer of Maryland in an be adJressed to tp> Chief Executive Magistrate

.M The Coajmitte ..]appotnted todraft a Preamble Court House this evening for tke purposeof slave in or his his agent, is and to describe sp before the a magistrate W;. ; quotes in sanction of such payment of the State If'be approved oar
county,
% >,. 'andrResofjtions expressive of the expressing their opinions and wishes in .the fugitive, and state the' fact of personof his ; Justice TIHKT Attorney Genera s reeommendatibnvfas I hoped :be .would, he

... ntiments I of tkfs Convention, upon thet'Ubject.which of regard the to their United rights States under in the the Constitution Territories elopement, whereupon be is to take a certificate as BuTUJt and NEUOX, and WM. would give it lLi4o&iaI: ,sanction. If, be3eredfronmsi4ar
is their
the of deliberations
\ object of the facts which be is to present to under the administration of Gen. communication wooL
;
and in
,.and also lavnominate and report two thereof respect to the Nashville Con- "
the the
Commissioners above named
persons aa delegates to the Southern Con- vention. State where the fugitive is found. D' : It will be soon seen whether simply be laid before*' the public, and" have

"
have-performed tta duty assigned them, and order, and moved that Gen Jesse Carter take and him ing .their decisions. It speaks well I
return to the owner or hi. agent referee pIe. My suggestion was adopted. am,
ask to submit, f off)he'consideration of the the Chair, and that Dr. L. D. Rogers act as
f Convention, the following Preamble and' Secretary to the same which was ordered. the latter giving a bond,; without other than DOW Mr. CJUWTORD that with such a com therefore, with th best 'motives, ;with aa

4 '1teSoluti s.to witJVHESEAif I At the request of the Chair, Col. Magbee his own security, to try the said slave upon t'.i he has not feared to trust the invest-! earnest desire to'aSjxjid all ground of offence
his
return home of the
by a vicinage.
i.k' "'\ the ;federal Constitution under I in a few brief and pertinent remarks explain This jury is to decide jury upon the identity of > ; of his conduct. 9 complaint rewpitosIbTe J 'for the unfortunate
4 f nWch the Union of ifee United States of America I ed the object of the. Meeting, and moved '
.L the fugitive with the person alleged to have at committee has also been appointed, on collision between we Executive of.oar State
was fonned and nowVxista, was bued upon tbe : that the Chairman appoint a Committee of
4 princrpl of mntnaf-'compromiae and affiliation five to resolutions, expressive of escaped. These guards are to prevent the of RICKAKDSOK: of Illinois to and her Represeo tives in the FefleraLCoanI .. -
by which all .the |9Utes parties thereto Were. prepare possibility of anything like kidnapping.m : certain -. --- t '-
be the sense of the meeting. The Committee tion i uire whether Mr. EWMG" paid '
guarantied to pre&red in the integrity and security -
--sreect"1I1"- '
of their rep& ive rights. And whereas of five was ordered whereupon the Chair- the slave trade..in the Districts It rrrars is proposed claims'! which had been rejected by his I find fault wiUi ''no xaaa Jor difirriag, from

e among the lights 'h were the subjects of the man named Col. J. S. Magbee John Darling simply to extend over this District the ,in office. me in opinion on & ioo;bat deplore,
mon 0erioos and s&rcbing deliberations in the John'Jackson C l J. A. J. Forester and A :
law of Maryland, as existed fourago the Wash- deeply deplore the exhibitibo of distracted
CoDTention that frttaed the Constitution and Jonn"A. James as such Committee, which years are glad to see no attempt by 1
which. nnjeretooa aU to be settled and which will effectually the vey
by parties suppress counQts.D them men, oa.subjects
ad guarantied by &e ultimate adoption of the was ordered. And on motion of Colonel slave trade in this District. tion Whig press to prejudge or anticipate .. .J .

Constitution WM institution t slavery in the Magbee the Chairman and Secretary were Mr. Clay retired, on, Friday into the tie action of these committees. The Repub- of ftoch-yital moirjlent. I'' may .be'1r1'ODg,

tate1nwhichJte4dstthetiweofitaadoptioa. added to the Committee.On recurs to.the embezzlements arid and those who d3r from roe 'right, .n. t
And wbereaj :there i is no power under the motioa the then country, in order, tor write the report explaining ., glaring .
meeting adjourned tomeetagainat
ConStitution to affect-tke integrity of that institution half andrecommending'these measures. [ on. developed agaiuat high Demo- the course,to be pWied by the. Sooth, ,to
or the rights ut any form'arising from it-- .past 7 o'clock on Thursday He is at the mansion:of Mr. George Calvert m '
but tear that
And whereas the N thern States by numerous evening, at which time the Committeewere in Maryland and-will ,probably 'conclude : functionaries on the; incoming of tbe protect itself I *dly the':difficulty

acts,br seeking to anict tbo institution of slavery ordered to report. hislaborsto.day. ,. administration;j' but will not,,like the or impossibility of union among .ourselves
in States in the
the by scelipg to abolish slavery r '
i
District of Columbia 40 J in public domain within The weather has become very delightful, attempt cloak the sins of its party will prove/Wof to our common. 'in
the slave State, by striving to exclude slavery TAMPA, Fla. April IJth, J850 and Congress is in a better humor 'than right or wrong. It'shrinks from terests. M I
from the newly acquired Territories, and by disregarding The meeting met, to adjournment heretofore. No doubts'that the
the count(ttntion*!. provisions and acts pursuant one great investigation but leaves the integrity of Not wishing to Appear before the public
t of Congress for the &ration of fugitive slaves as previously organized and was called to question is now to be, settled. ? members of Gen. TAYLOR'S Cabinet to again, you will piffloa me. for takingthis
I nave betrayed an in ption to forget the constitutional order by the Chairman. -; not, t on the development of events. .
compromises and violate constitutional obligations When on motion of Col. Magbee, Capt WASRnIOTON APRIL SS.-The week In occasion to expres my surprise that 1 shouldbe

: to the slave),ftftates, and to convert the T. D. Sparkman was added to the Committee opens brightly. Whatever discontents haveprevailed DO'I'IIBB oooD.UGlIf'. charged with iivoring duuniiK This

\0 G.np.ssefthe Unitji; States into an instrument on resolutions, and said Committee ordered they are now nearly extinguished. Philadelphia Inquirer speaks of the I have
p ,.of oppression i And wf) erean, it behooves the slave : charge seettionetlmes directly made
States tv protect theft rights,as well out of regard to reoort. Nothing could be 'more auspicious than the of a pamphlet issued there, bearing intimatedV
(fri&bC therefore t then read the following.Preamble ten of the thirteen being present to a scheme title "Slavery and the Const itution," in construction of certain! passages in the letter

-- .,the. Jtoccfvo Congress, That of the.any UtJited attempt States upon, by any the part means of, and Resolutions, which were adopted by the of compromise.My in strong legal arguments both sides of Messrs.'Yulee,:;Morton and myself disconnected -

direct or indirect, to Infringe upon or restrict the meeting : letter of yesterday briefly stated. the nia the important question are constitutional from tb context,may justify atutpicion
'rie of those States.in which slavery exists, is Whereas the report of public sentiment, provisions of the scheme. The' whole fav considered. It is from the of Francis
- pen that thisk amendment of die
I 'ueonstitntional and i-4'id. as exhibited in the details ,of the present thing is i becoming ;easy.' Some dar&Pthere' an
Radvtd That anvj attempt upon the part of Congress now in session, shows !a determination were but twenty Northern'Democratic Brewster iq1, of that city; who 'slates Constitution of the.felted States 'necessary.

,th any. Congress form the full of the aDd&j tted rfcd States enjoyment, to of Impair the institution In 'of the majority to press that body members, who could be vouched for as certain his candid and impartial i appeal.is not to the,security ol we. Southern. States." ;But

slavery i $be.StI.tet in which itex- into legislation upon ,the subject .. of supporters :of this or any so liberal I to politicians and fanatics, but to the bow any man Wbtt! baa read speech
iiU ander the eonstitftion' U a violation of the slavery and also the determination of. that scheme.- > Now, we can count thirty. The !i and my ;
.e Federal compact and 'jitrcnwss upon the rights majority by'such legislation to :violate the passage of the, bill proposed .is .beyond a our judgment pore patriotism of those lately delivered in 6e House of.Representatives

- .! of Revived those States.That an Ei itUmpt the of guaranties of the Constitution! which! secureto doubt. The country may be congratulated ral lore their country and its sacred liber. and 'my letter"to Governor Brown,
upon part the slave states just right ai'd fair equality the result Those Who The author; aph: viewa'th '
the Congress of thetfjnited States to abolish upon happy doubt sums s : can honestly arrivf' the conclosloa.that I
slavery in the INstritt' Cvlombia! 'added as it in the acquisition and distribution of the public at any time, the strength and 'durity 1. The WUmot Proviso should be aban in of
favor araeodment
was to the Federal Ominisation,for the sole pnrtiose domain; and whereas .the permanencyof our have been It is inexpedient and am iasieUng any
of establishing aHtfat of government by the the union of the United States is held by instittons. is ably dip ti its objects, and unnecessary sublime, ; of the Coustitutioa pr eved an advocate of a
states of Virginia an&Maryland, two States in pint. brer purpose, ele-
which the insUtation3[ >f, slavery WM guarantied us to be of such va t importance to the it was ever by the finger of an overruling Provi dissolution of the ill u 1 confess I cannot
under the eonstitatioifwiU boa violation of the cause of freedom throughout the world and The three bills of Mr. Clay's Cmit will soon be triumphantly, illustrated conceive. Such t&ndefs hav the effect
'rights of the people a the District of Columbia, !. to the progress of the principal of free representative will now :.passthe gloriously verified. may .
under which they beei&e citizens oftbe Union. Government that its dissolution month, and the House Sattt' them. On 2.The national interference about sla of creating pidi e against >meand;
wi
-_ _-_ ._ the Rttolord United States That autternpt to jollii) slavery by the Congress within the cannot be contemplated,by. us ,without the Faction is dying away. fades' away before in the District of Columbia is wholly those who think, wpb oie, and .thus' break

Dock NavY ds. Garrisons, Arsenals, utmost horror-aside from the painful posi- strong and free opinion. the and should be.:forever silenced; to- the force of a recon nendation, Jot measures
Fortifications or otbefpnblio domain within the tion and consequences that must result to us I ther with all :petitions,, legislative resolu intended to Union' "and to .
limits of those States; which slavery exists, will by such dissolution; and whereas, also ,although preserv. .pro
r fee s violation of the rijhts of thoee citizens within union IK RtLATIOK TO and congressional motions or speeches WinmolaUtntGa&iiutian of A* ,United
the perpetual of the. United NE DEVPMEN ._
Lft those limits andb1gII' dangerous to their peace the subject of slavery. d
II sad social security .f; States i is,as it were, invaluable to every true Par. following w tlejrphC ing! 3d. In order to establish, a uniform rule Stat They are' however, but, Ilcfit
r Jtoolved That any KUempt by the Congress of American and to every friend to the freedomof to the New-York Globe which I th4ioaft$ defend
_________ 1I 1 I the United States;to ittttrict the introduction of the masses of the human race, yet ,when "of ,late for dealing wholesale (as. : action for all the States against fugitive against mjg to
---f .. .laY."within any Tttfitories. South of the Mis- such union to in all sorts of rumors and concerning I. I and. to supersede the want of the myself. If my lett fand; speech do notm
ceases produce a
'1 wart ompromise line.t'wUl be an outrageous disregard governmentof Prof. Webster. We rr what or power of the individual States to fute them t P ...will iJu ,
of the eommonv!bate and common sacrifice Law, just and equal, and to bring into out this constitutional pledge about ,,nothing can .say
of blood and treasifje by which these Territories the administration'thereof, in lieu of obsolete it is worth, :' should law the effect. I reite ce. every sentiment 'of
slaves
_Congress a
ft were acquired ana violation of the rights natural law and Since the trial of Prof. Webster'for pass ,
theories practical reason, :the the most explicit and efficient that letter and s elcli. By them.and on
which'belong to the ifiUzeus of the States in I
.
,t'., which slavery exists iahruaimioB with those States it ceases to be the Union'est&blishecfby murer of Dr. Parkman, a person W'It ) for the'capture and return of runa- them, I stand-wire ;thm;';i fait, rj":
p in, which it does not exIt. ancestors, and :we regard it_as possessing the. e't heaawthe.Profeasor; slaves the judicial and 'if necessary !
Retoloed That the j fevisien'of the constitution semblance only, not the reality of the .Con-. hammer*?;with which it by of .I am reecUuUy,, : &
of the United States *''kioh guaranties the restoration stitution won by the free Sovereign and In- Dr. Parkraan w a !: : military power ,the"pnera1; govern Yosi obedient servantr.. ;. pe of fugitive slav *, is as strong and as sa- dependant Colonies of British North America 'roferWeb.trkd .! ; Both are constantly used to enforce : 1 iBajpArai: ,'
red ether, and toe Efforts of the Northern i.Char",river collection of duties l : (
M c.
impor
any foreign
upon T '
( the Revolution of .CLInT Eso.ii ,
1778. ; and |
by ., can : "r" .s '
States directly and indkMtly. to avoid its obligation ; &e: pre : for the benefit of all the s ales: ,aDd r
.pL
k ,are unjust aad gnoonstitatlonal, aDd that Thtrefort, Revived i.. That Congress has no immediately them benefit ,Editor of ths8!! ,Tafli"e', Fla.;
the
have to den&nd of the Federal under the Constitution to S. m : not use for ana pro
we a right Legislature power legislate for. or : that, when wing '" '
and udieiary, JG fall and unqualified protection against Slavery In the United fitate* or in theseparate across the noticed the Professor fire : of the acknowledged and constita- ,. P&oi.Wganxz.g Ardespitch ftoa'ton j
in tbe purpose op thai provision.' '; States or In i Territories thereof. The brp rights of the individual States 1. v .
__ __ 1.i &fofveif.That the StfSthern States fcave beheld Power delegated it by the separate States being whom he well, throw something! the : : The owners of fugitive slaves cannot car says 4sl: v ; A
with'profound grief an&ave endured with mag.I limited w the control of the foreign SIan which,was done up into newspaper, into in the of their State into another ,Prof.Webatereooliaw ia' good health
nanimous forbearance tfo attempt of the Northern trade and as to trade therein between the States the water, causing a loud splash as.it struck i power, own and spirits and dailyjitciiTee his meals from'Parke's /
people,iapropagaUft of their sickly misplaced to maintain the equality of the Constitution ,, the water c : If they are to, submit to.thii-WroDg. iied .
t philanthropy.1 to trample the above, guaran*. Resolved, 2. That Territory of the United ; ;' ,. deliberate breachof: the nation ,com- ,a privilege fa to aU) pnsonera /
1 tied righU or, the slave Hates' : States is the common property of the citizens of 'ProfessorWebster has persisted in saying pi ; t without indemnity,'they'might as well who can pay for iuHi#spiritual 4 advise*
p .rB: oofwrf; That thIs "entlOD yields? to no the.United States sod Congress has no right un that be knew nothing at all -about this B. } I other or all their rights: 'The Rev. Dr. Putnam ijITmtanan 1 :lelergyman
arty section in the totted States in devotion derthe Constitution( to legislate either for the* introduction "sledge hammer.", It will'be remembered any Boxbnry, visitsia occasionally
to the Union ourfaUut framed '. to do them justice inthis respect is
t as it,and that our prohibition of slavery said Territory a ,wife ;
6tien& submission .to.HinlUpJiedwrongs is thee4 and farther,that the'doctrine of DOD.interyen&D" tbat'Uttlefiel&in his testimony; stated that 21 ; _moral .and legal ground of resis. i cell and his aM aaghtertv Y'f''fOID
1 evidence of this do>[ ttoi: but that we will the trae.cloctrlDeor&ht South.- the morning of the'murder; the 23rd of No /: .'as much as were The: causes that be week regularly.; ft .
4a0'say attempt'tos OmpDih' the' trespasses Revived*. That th. Ordinance of:1787, ,the vemberbeobserved; ; thisbsmiier: behind C : ; the revolt of the old colonies." c "
epos the guarantied rIta of tho'slave 'States Missouri Compromise,and the Texas guarantee, the door of the A bill baa been int&docedjnto Se ,
above enumerated sochTviolattens of our rights have been accepted by the United States as a part Prof W'i .lrr1': 'rm'ajoinig! ; ( of Massachusetts ont section of which prcs
-1 as wiOJustify as Ja ade tlajf the most extreme of the Constitution the .General Government ; le r; Ph : Speaking.(of'the Ocaia .Coaveationy.the Tides that persia oder --sentencoud%
'. measure* to resist them! ;fost&te. thereof;and any change by an act of Congress of :One occurrence that be hu never observed bad .ys : death .at the any time of ttfl isassiajt.of yths act
0 Raolved,That the J& cannot aVi-these organic,laws without,the. consent of:the before is, the'sledge in Nt.W. ,
solve 'VM' ta an'nerLlisysta. ; $nnot refrain from ,. will be committed tozs-Pniontob.. B .
-" theoselvee from u* providon of the Slavs States, Is legislation upon ,the subject *f inviting atten -
I f rtfan| withoEt impi$(rial toe obligation' of Slavery, and therefore a violation of the Const*, mained in laboratory Wow $hjcej U was : to the'conduct of the: delegates"and.. al- confined at bard iaho n expiration olens :

tbs whole charter,:,na* leaviag to.tfie. outbtfce tattoo.'J; ,' left at the Hospital: tbetmasons employed : & ,from St.,Johns county; who wero Tear..from:Cie..tias w his seotancv aad.:t !
,; option to abmit -DlH4..TJad tat ernaisatloa of the Nash- buildinga jQ.tbeebimBey/ano as it abwnt, with :"' txcention.., fax .them until the.sentence of dath h ecutedt-and
I1 '/teoJw .TUt bu3lgjeIegsteE ta.U1t, vU!.Convention is peaceful mearare intended to was not needed, or,: io chemical 5 ;
preparations is no awe. disconnected with their the Governor shall isahe.warrant aa&orizinx -;
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Soatberi Convention wejjantempUte not the dU concentrate the real opinions of the people,,of the LlUlefieU' -
'4 elation lad the preservan of iit-VaJ Dt if;H slave States,and utter the same not only upon what it.back 'down etaijs, for ; | inteasts., ..Tbey should snever and requiring .commitment.o;&-'t"W
$'. .. potIIiWt jioi.1doeUy: t.hor.utitvtJouI.-) : they esteem to U their rights guarantied to'them and bu'no seen5it Irfnce7" tht de"D, I "accepted t '.bbeynotdeter. This, II"IU A' ba\1 irelsrence:to s

e. .!;<, ,' .,1ph, t.hertto concentrii a4..zpreis schs. ; by- the Constitution of-tie..United $-t t .to4th' .,)ltY, ,4, '-. e4 to carry it wrt," < Professor Webster's, ciH. 0 ,
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eA u.coo& 1'7at.i i.J,Jat 1850, the endorsed the NaabriHe i i'Convention 'touch, .CsunfiiUL., .3t :, -: ;-' :' : ''I II---: ;, .
lea 1I 'L.1I.Ut ;
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IDeUUreI to send,del. We T00a, a. iaViL -
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-.! AfClarkl.by calling* LEMUEL' WILSON to wade upon has been the soacbt measures to.Tiai by committed'which Albe-fa its ",....Q.v..iilJlO.H.d2 oRlFIE4TLAW> tlt St l ti&teSStL, ; : I
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*l;a1he chair,and requesting klr'/.,Join Ricaxao, favor as being.terr questionable for fairness ,.' mMtlWMqarli + _
.".. Wnimttead tte Cireait art Castera q ''
and fa the eewacead ; .
'Wecretiuiyr proprietr. Io the .i j,
called mass meetinr I .
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t aNd Uafted .IIIc.r :..
1\ at the derby SUtei District doartatSL.a 7,. ,,
:which the the coart-botwe it was repodiated br a p -"B /V-!B 1 OBaaqweTCeatisftetory 9 's- R
.4.Mter. object jof meeting was Aafistiaet t4 i '
L tote of more titan two-th'a of the four .t .Court at Tsllabiu.sand ; ipry+walGf : -Rya" ; '*ww- .F.tart. saperlev ''wU','s>' ilieas w ores -;

y. explained; by Jon C. H.nourr, Esq. The' hundred presenL Yet the minority 01.area proeeeBto Qaiau for eWJe in r any:part of, B8eaja TiBstcte of, B. .. ,.Hi.fMvfrT .: .
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=President was requested{!jto porn a hundred *. lorida ap1df.\f GerenuDjat at Wmshiaxtoa;' it +cVNt m } the Masn '
appoint a corn- i iDbDediate11 met and pass. ; >w / : ,1lltti f+ r 6pportanhJKtveotoare | .t i4t to>Uj r
eda set of resolutions either befnn C P9I 1 1MayJlS50 : t11K... > .. .
itte oI seven for the jirpose of drafting'a'preambje approving the meas tit5t # l ? ItI 6lglil atr.us .. .
.4' ure, and appointing;delegates to a district OJADDu. ri1.Lad 1Trila:. J i fJlrtnartMlr. a.idtathK *-
and resolutions expressive of the l ee nd rsSned... ,:h .u_
.&! matins for choosint delegates to Nashville. ." t .JaltibUea k located
I-aw.item.. .,,of,die. meeting: wterrspon the President And thee few pro-Na&mBe papers ia the > : 'off rfsity K the vifect TMadb *vtBT .,.MM rl- 1

appointed Messrs: John C. Hatelty,, State straightway hold this mancrarre up to ;, .JACKSONVILLE J of Southern the aoee MliP&td., 'town laths

A Ctark John C. KeteSriV t James the.world as the voice. of, Albemarle! .oaytry" brt1ons: et 1J '
Bevill Male, and, Female ScbooLfinbo 1 t moral sad enttor
tV Dell we am denounced turn .Waited titata.DecoAaJ esy sW
.Robert YOW ftplOOl E. B&jen,and John R. project which AuRUc r -" .... :,htbi 't.
we did wit Itbsri .
J-': aid as soon was seaionsly er Informs the dtlMns of JackJL T.Yediefa.luu ,
Fitchei; after Mid eoapaittee retiring for Mqvtrad ., Uoa will be
; broached a IhnttP
we thoorht that a' few I011YiDe&ad ri Hounding eou txy that beams abahad wry q J" tie pwpiie WSlw /

*.a.timA; they.reported the T..tWing preamble ciJtricts'D this State would be certain toenfreprrsentatirea. opened hie SCHOOL ia the COOT KOOM, (second a bus Deer: based o wkersvr 'OJ.:
**"! story of the ..) "Ho retaras his wiW nor y a its own iwrna,
resolutions Bat the ftperiot
and : j signs are now thanks for the liberal I I' Sietaw .1Iaq tw aJ_ easW.ed, TM
that patronage extended to hiss 9Icc1a of uu .Io-T--
not single
..m' The present state of onVjptMic affairs detnands .of meeting a is the one will do so. The day mad hopes by his exertions mad perseverance,to .. art bores hereditary gulf OJBMSB, wish .u.a' c-. ;,
10th of Jane' been merit a oontinoanco I tW tries
the careful attentkfc *)!' patri- having of the.BUM. His,terns. eKeOt.:' gerekaleea. NIIore4 N tr.ant .
; every / : .
changed from the 1st are- sad W .ov.rd _
to time for uan.loW.ome
give
getting aremtaw tea, 10 ... .
tnren !
... otjc citizen. Sectknul parses,against which For : amdo whole t.
the steam Radian, WriUnr, and ArithawUe, ---W -
up. There is left but an interval al IIrJbfl Tae etsasa It
sop were aa solemaly warred by Washington of six weeks and per quarter, ? 9400 : .'sd grasp er oonrelaliuhutjy ead gtedtttar ...e"-'e % .said Embreide Jldlade' ,: -'Wes
and Jefferson have been foVmed. The Northern district far' ao two counties in any iaombovo, with Gramtnar, Geography, or, U; .au coeala'"b.Ma hat a d.aags.u 01 1M teentiq rIIn-- .eats ef Mn y,wi&J gads. -, '
so as we are able to discover History.-per ,, 1iQ rmea r a orrua Buiioait r
509 wan he '
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of tack tansy North
this .IIU'
portion confederacy, possessing eoD 01.sad Sr ,
have Or latter anus. '
the numerical strength Mi ,threatened chosen delegates, or agreed between with two of the branches, per [ ,I .lasA. ; -Muay d IWlr IeIdf7 ts De eaaayot Ai.'I...irabieNI tan 'arm,tbareeglly K .._ pr.meted "
reardleu themselves quire, tornThe a. ,
5 30Hewfll TM.
on any time for the district meet- sob.Nbar.is.ties eared'by lie aua wll
pnhllehsd ore Wis1 bla Id
of the barriers oi the Constitution ha tlWr M d8-
i.i i ing. If any delegates do go from this State I teach::the bigher buss gibes of SCrntheBWtiea l ."De Mott ovetwhWag .errs Lelrabte s'saiar &D4I gad depertssat -
to invade the rights of thfeif&tttb.i This has i oleo JA& aad Greek,if tZIIiIIftIJ' hi i.t'leaey.said .IIrwIIcM. ..ueat&lleUae o(1t i
they will have to draw their own credentials. aeeeeeary. x tv tamhte '."fte provbg snot Baer .. lL1.1Tle.1riII..anfaII.
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toad a firm of resirance Hears of TmiUoa-Front 9 to 12 soedlaia. ad ,
spirit on our part aad:from ,aN invited w'1.1.. aa& '
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WineJutter
.. *and in the excitement eoiteqvent upon this Virginia of Aril 22. 21-2 to '.. _. ..'. .temsits J n altar an sake iias alzfalefba.--moArrC2Rou and...._ _. W..' ..>.DeKtw- orn. 'idlvlladWr- .". ;
: WILLIAM T.. PERPALL. two semens
..'slateof ira' fora timew'e trembled for'he of ire awaths tL'TaatntsBf
atabil--- of- me- Bu The Journal of Commerce calls attention JodtonrSle.Maw 9,:'1850. ,.tf $ Ul.cm OL Z ion eommeneed on'the
tf union, these imrendin& ,' "TJu OF icvaY rr.and to end before U. ii
danrers have in a great'inure been a e"- to the increase of Intemperanc L.re.eS 1IIt4 e-a hrs.S wu dec.I t:.'+,tRl.l1ere Iave leas N ITANDINQ. eIeeOD4l.Ca is.s gesos M5..J. '
lWIewina
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firmness of our repreaentsjiTes, who, forpet- Twelve thousand : I .;oJIJ18aBIId., .D bet u ad Jr-FIPI..IIH. Papas can --Iio&:am a- asi ._
3 iI etleRfa
petitions .a
to
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emanating wmeh
DRY GOODS setae to the JOIIIO state&be mil tb4f i
fill of all other deQ.tiona CLOTHING bad b. the lena.-
con in lore of GROCERIES t fr.2iftal ID
from the
every county in the State, bad been .Ill IIII t' I.CU"-ri1"1JI.CI.oJtmyb.rvut. ears of aa .. Rpr7rderhe gr mdvartageilieevtr

caoatry, presented a united!front against ev- received by the Legislature up to the 1st of &e, *e. ::! arise ad ers.ei f 03 I b7 annJarau stflfa1 .u.cs inraitne beginning the tern,k' .\,., .. .
cry encroachment The Wh%' party, with March THE UNDERSIGNED hare this ';:1 1555*benm.brnV. or ear m set 8ble U4 exPai Dr qe long.la&aBnaia the duB.
demanding such action of that body day opened tQr .fJJ tho nrioa methods 00f'without tIl. ; eeeB is will ins-
that coaserratire spirit b< which it Store on the North East ol : e. w'.ks I of CUoor wan ttiTecliploauor certificates .. raw
| has alJways as will insure an of the corner JAY ,. r GUS tar.ix -1IOIII3ioa br burned r.:1to i dg.dutse oJ
been diatis ached, l told this disastrous expression popularwill and OCKAII Streets, and will conduct business / ;: tIItemal ntc rt was da IJIiDred with a weawas soft nn with otDUr1e 'tInIe&ma[ 2-cZ.Y. I COtfUZ"oJ"I.' '-: '.
on this subject, through the ballot-box. therein under the I r wag 8Q large! .god a. or
name and style of :1 &UU.ti avid
state of amirs as ti ntcessary, conse- MTbe III I: : J'O be C1e ulcer and IJnmirwd Ue Mar aa cnmce of ', Th. dodos The coarse of crap b.TI't4. ;
Legislature of this State, at its present KIEL & STEPHENS.They l ,f o Ian, sad Ill cW bolo and laid Ie .wii aad.nnt ads ,
qvence of the mad spirit .t conquest which session have collected statistics from the i won ,!be fatL, 1 was advised not 1ft speedy iL of by mediciaa or u open'ioD the r&rridI I Dc 8huIia'rf tba JireeeiTt.
possessed the late adminis>.tion and which Lave opened already a handsome assort :1 tm Cti DO relief from to byre breast laid opz sad 1M bones result spelling,Beading.Wriawtie. 7ritb. '
various 'I wbai 11 3 ezsmmd
city and county prisons with the ment of DRY GOODS AND !I I :f I 1 e mast bon done randfooling I. ; d
of
was carried oat, we cannot'ut believe witha exception of t-o which will be CLOTHING ::11 Caoioff Heaven.U C01Iidered.J J gong tt
twenty-three whence no returns shortly added a Urge and well VW.1:1-.ufatiJaoJl..Jl"ecI ..rrvLVw-r ** fie'gtffae-.Readi .
: ifiSfel ,
se- ,
view to party tnwpk rather than pure pa_ have been received, which prove that listed stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE '111'/1/ i I'' :11 i' b1.J.A.U CIIC m t'J my own.cortltlccatas J CCDCladocf of to br&he taw use of an>s'8i.one.l crarY"GrsmmarWrithe .kN rtthmki.r-DfOdmG,,
upwards 1IrCe try a ao ;
trwtim. These disastrous j of .c., aDd all articles in general demand. I !ba& ; .1000g deep-ar.acl character tica,lOTeral of : ll -ArWUaetio '
consequenceswere /1
of
36,000 intemperate I : c Illy disease Fiasta-
also foreseen and foretold by the ditttnguithed arrested in 1849,and that from persons fonr-fifths were They intend to sell on reasonable terms for I ''I 1'1 :;N CW isa tr"a.ag aiu{ iSS&ar&he oJ obabtl.care for my produced 1 peTMYered JaO terry aa"Botany,Medera pp7Kith Ih.r
to CASH n 8 the
or .
COUXTEY
Globes
: now
PXODUCX and : was over elevrs Parsing
Exerci vs
statesman and'Senator] whose. respectfully soli eo.ted; Ucra 11 DOt the motr.bo amce &he care i K.
nine-tenths of all cit allghtlJ&
the share '
crime committed has a of the public patronage. Garments I if rtIIf6Jf.'and &he ipOLsea cr 8 IIMrif_ United State Watte oa the ;
"I I! JU.IerieaI
death is now so deeply derfored. its origin in intemperance. The connexion will be manufactured to order m heretofore. : ,I u, III gg nttir muff-fjff oj",- &WI riw C1Ire, .e.uc ton i 1 jjt 1 -y wmwv*' S aa.,irAjm.fcj.,.1." Reading SpefiiBg aDd De1i1i..I;t.l! : -
Bat we are not disposed aadnlge in between KIEL & :1 I Plata e:cars 1a : no*wnf it,ser ACM/fcio OKIWAACT haW Shldio-AJ '
'JI'arred
ao and STEPHENS. bus
any D
intemperance pauperism is V lilllil' ll I .> YVT n1ta seknowlcdrmont, which I think i I 1M .
crimtnatbns or recriminatiocs ta reference to only less intimate. The prevalent impression April 29th, 1850. tf ::l when ro..mg&ID3 c.4 Samna; 41 Us feel Band ma,.;.o1be b18il!of i tyia. Providence lIT 10, .D,eaveu, ,WcrotorVHiatoryii t Ali&tfcal Bo4afsSsSS
the of the late IU' I :: a.17 aytc r under last erg 'JlaaA. Wl
causes threatened mrnr ebligxtioa
calamities I 10 I ,
is believed to be well-founded, that .H:1 have bMt, eamos wr.a uJ I ilo 8l0It rapoesPill M' you. emI i (duyr) : .' k"
0 1aItia
bat merely to exonerate oorsefres as a i tender mjr thanks to the I t caJ1 upon IDe Ud 1 will n.rllfy them dieted ul It' Sararbt 9C. f 4.
than
I and
more three-fourths peiblle
party of the in for mann fully 01 Ie b'1IUI
pauperism r e.r hiadt ia u stolid f
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froa in these the very liberal patronage heretofore rsfmaee 0 the e above .1. : gl..:
any Agency bringinr nits upon the State is caused by intemperance. bestowed f" j: I
me, and j.
our.coontry. The following resolutions are I The Committee poD respectfully solicit eoatinaaaco.. I y: li1LU 211 lanin.a-IlIeL Moral etsnst PhBser '
estimate the of Those who J/ .
cost are indebted :1 r
pauperism to me will cad
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please call LIVER I (optiousl '
expressive of oar feelings ied sentiments COMPLAINT. ,) w-
in caused promptly d settle. r
by intemperance to the pea MORRIS KIEL. I The feUowinz is ca extract Wmlfoeition. Rnin
from p.
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the present state of oar political aSairs May 2d 1850. I ::' a letter reeemd from Eev.Wiffiam .,
: ple of this State, during the year 1846, at tf :1. Ctlaita= I -. w

1st Retained That in gar opinions, the two millions of dollars. They also estimate ___ _____ __ .__ HI ay a.disaasd Sint-Ibeen HYer a>tiej4 with a tMri B.W pain ba od.4f,164S.I f -JCD OJ' .n .I JJe..nl.Departt.eat ..
,for Illy .We'
oeoa-"nicI
I tb.k ,
determination distinctly acnotnod by the3adopposition the amount annually expended for drinks Jacksonville ; sateen baS r.. a&ewe 7 run t aa 't.I u.1Ia&language 1'In&au.. person.. ; > Jao '
Cheap Store. IIkkaie .lla I terra }; ;? DGO
eott> a
journals !its, oppose the at 7000 grog shops existing ia the cities a ILEDWITR'S IUI.u: :} i it} lastaSRen t: DIOcUs.ea raw t : .r1lut5. ii p1"a.1 grp0y n5eesdn eo.( 5eaoa4 JUI .. t.'It. =. '15110 r
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,-Administration--0 to_ the_ "bittvrtnd. whatever this. State exclusive.. of villages, at onwards BRICK BUILDING.. ;ill 5aim;urine.wb'ch /cu see n Ja aU InIUa C1Qer ia.,sad tri9d cu-1 July 8naior Stsdi.8t idiee., j" ,1. ..ao
we me intare nugnt wGiCu' heeD thus tweaty-nve- millions 01-colors- any way t 2'.aJ wt.1 ,01 aD4-mortal tu. all tIIoai who i ..
m ins rem- Bay atre.t.SUBSCRIBER : re.,: :2 V7hlS I tcrolW CI hIu. i baTe Male OD Piaa. .
i Z *** cure..r teas Im'j 2300
far faithfully and bitter* jacked oat But edy proposed to restrain this growing evil is nnHE world rerpectfafly inJL 1 ;, tnttir. was rer.ond to bitter its MaI BPV DB t>*aaf TjCXsUtY. *
.H of the cZan&rDtu/abnfittb to which this that demanded in the numerous petitions form the citizens of Jackson De and gar- !f',,!,, 1:;" HrL W.Stet aW Wh Lad hsa.mtsly boor a..etsd orb a wt flare=rysiptlas ft.1orecllor, lea psis r ; aM Drawbt UcIPaia j i, 1000

determination has given rise Uave not ihaten presented to the Legislature, namely, a Legislative tablishment rounding country, that ho opened the above es ... bJUaellMotat.wk.a. _Yours&7, WK.was alireJy ALUs5A.can I French Wax Work and Em ,i '.ara i
with Spanisb ;
onr .confidence in its wisdota,justice or Act, absolutely prohibiting the sale view toseUjgoodsatreasonao/c I ; iui; OF A UcII1aUait '"a 10.
or diminished our rd for its patriotism illustrious of spiritoos tumors, wines beer. than believing that"a "'. penny is better ? fcCr.OrOLOU3 ECTlC C? THE CYE$. it will be peHeire4 tW IS "torn fata*
or a I'j '
strong 1I0wIhilUq. He- Ifl j
has received, and is I i 0.:1 1aiJaes&piee that : y
IIII i!c MeDrL S..n u.r"OII R.1.0cc0W II,1m. I eaabeeharrfd5t( tzitiaa fa ,
beads. The bnve.iM: a. / whose any intoxicating fluids except to be used constantly receiving, the HOST FASHIOMABL aad I I"I ''ti I I ro' 2 a imorut n,k-na eat1az71itJ.r, her fz .dugkor.wbea ODe rear old,was atacb4 tIai Litarsry and Sdentaa Bt&fr*, iadadia* rt

breast has been so often barc 2 to the enemiesof for other purposes than as a beverage, or LATEST STTLX of F_ejr mad Staple Dry i'I"i'Iti' i'I. yl aiu1OJ tout bt.utMa a OM I &helllo e,1r aDd soon a&cr.ziondod iaZo 1Ift.-ass the A.Dcierai afaagos. .& -. _

his country from without..: w.l;| not allow penalty of a fine of twenty dollars for the floode to wit I : ''If:1,"'i i?) It twapb.an t:Ia&IIa owed to sued bar rbo ehzast.d didgsring Uaeir u nom bar ItJU wlaGle t.give.bar I rabs6irot_,10-- The>Institatioa will be nppE & ---I.J 3 _

our rights to be trampled upon by northernaggressors. first, and thirty for the second offence; and English and American Prints; Ginghams; I 'i+ I rife t r.I1 u.81.cur" i asd a.fi aaa11y b7 sari a..of.Una I'eIDarbd to me H&be b4 knows 0 and l Aparatae, ew! a sssetsd ;

of imprisonment in addition to fine for the 'hambrays; White and Colored Muslins; : 1 Il Ii! a :. oJDI (::wmea we C1IUIIGCed ssnsF ester..cHor.and 8dYileclIU 10&ly iL .I cIi"eJ ,1aaieaI aacI.J., .) +l
2d. Retained That the ( third for Embroidered Muslins Linen j' ; e.uJ u.at.n cur. It II n:w over s i&"U JU1 said.1'tI W -. B., Tftcml Mosis iDP'ie eD
fo1r7tsl'll
wisdom, firmness, a period not exceeding ninety, or ; Lawns; I : :sera no r"ppeU'&l: of skis sots care4.ad thanksa &be1
and decision of our Senators and Representa- less than thirty, days; and a further penalty, Silk Tissue and Bareze;L.C.Handkerchiefs; :. ,i i I ) I: i I; 1..veis tr.at PiaAn\Ae to Wi curse L.. I and eau ftCOaJ11U4 we are I&IJ6W ski i&11 a ep rrfnsI without charge. '- ?
i II Oae4 taltm
om.u ss.v.ry alr of
Silk ; tense das
and
tins in Cotton eapteta6 seaonstdaN ia
Congress, which have ;;;stayed the also of being held answerable to parties interested Handkerchiefs; a I EaJpedtll1J7 rwre G.OJLG& ao.maoJf.nap. advisee,or tb..vbd mt the tf tks
awessions of the North upon oar constitutional for all damages proved to have been Cotton GJOYts Lisle Span Silk and Silk Do. L 1'' .. mUddk tans.
:urnoo Scholars from abeaM
rights and by which impending dangers : consequent on such sale. The party prosecuting White" and Colored.. Hose; I'' A, B. & 1 I>. (SAIIDS, Ji3LauAKattTAaaT iD the family of ib.Principal as, '

have been averted, demand our fervent I is to receive half the fine iaapoaed.If Half-Hose; IPO DBCOOMT :err Camx flee is. town.iL i'-illl&W
gratitude. We the Brown Shirtings and SheetingR I rciroa-sr.cctasa or .Ifrw Tea w. '
cordially adopt the languageof proposed Act be adopted by the Legis ur it Sold also by Drt.rxiU KL.
the Richmond Republican, lature, election Bleached & eMrmlir throucBout the Oaited Bad -. w. _
"that the a special will be held on the Price;| Bottle IlL .
South owes a great debt of gratitude to those first Monday in June ensuing, when it will i, Irish Linens Silk Cravats).Colored Do.; ''l 1 pw 4 su Bottles fee ta. L BUNT,' -

gs last Whigs, who have so manfaUy bat' I. be submitted to the people; and if a majority Table Da masks Scotch Diaper; I t ,aRHu H.Ttta XAyl'ltese.. .,10 _

tied for its cause in the House of Represents of votes are cast in its favor, it will iwissand Cambric Muslins; nnnen i I11111 iI1/iii/ +atl/I'/ "fJ"'IIIIIII''I+ Fbraaryl4iaeOL, r I\TkutanA ,. Ie.

tives-- Clingman, Stephens Toombs, Ovren take eject on the first day of January next Bard Do.: Striped Do; 'W -
;
Hilliard Morton, CoidA Ana others. A if, on the other band the majority be in far White ant Colored Berlin Cords; For_Sale in Jacksonville ht J.FORMAN. ,i .
Barked chanoeriKlc la .'or Tiee not *..6** J* Madison Male .
me fOOru or these sou, only this act beco*** ? ulpUonr. .A ..
gentlemen was their entire forgetfalness of null! bat all laws prohibiting; the sale of liquors SG; French Extracts; m1lhla1' Life 'Insurance Ia the Circuit' Court: "Zsuc1aa 71s f

party, when called to sustain the cause of without a license, are also repealed and Bone Buttons EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. ., reamed on the*ewf Ubwfcw t weirs
JoaTs Jtmwy
their country. The South mil not forget and inoperative after January let, 1851." And Lee's Spool Cotton; ACCXCT OF THX Mat, wader tbo snperiatoBdeaeo mad. | nmIen tiC

them in the end as her bert freDu.n Mcw nun Neuin Mow York Ufo lmnumn C..psay IV CHABCKRT. Mr.B. Z.GAULDEN. lato pad-later.ofCcIGI-'

3d. KcKjloed, That from -I--me,,sentiments I THRU TBOCSAHD Toss Faozm TO Fringe Gimps, and Edging, No. 68 Wall Sfrerf New Fori.Moaais M eat BOLLHIS by her next friend capacity biaCottts as a Teacher FmaasaowiedrsoeMfOoaldoa', derived f r

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recently expressed by the mart distinguished Dura-.. ., With every variety of Goods nraaljy kept ia Faunonr vs.W trial the fmaaezperisajowand
.-A private letter, a Dry Goods Store. Persons JVmdotf. Buu.r Koutxs.TTPON daring quarter of the brat year jaat,
Whigs. Statesmen of the North t'is referenceto dated Feb. 24, Aya-"What kind of winter wishing to par- Srnacm 8. BECZDICT, Fict Pntidtnt. closed as weD me from the most ayle ned saUa
chase will
a do well to
call mad fTMn?"*for thenelves. rending rid.the Bin of -
Pun Complaiat factory testimonial of
Ffxnu former
Southern rights, we have rim reason to have you had? Could you bat imagine JUtwgrg. U.1J.cI III this cause sad proof of tho mUeaee teea of this sne oesj theTraf ,.

believe that these rights wiU{pot again be rare; a similar winter has been unknown for WILLIAM P. DEWEES. Amount of Finds liable for loaea f208 8B 1& of?he said Defendantbeyoadthk Cireut it to the consideration Academy of wnhesitatfajftr parents ii.icpaa.In uanneud,,

invaded; and until new aggressions are forty years put three thousand is the nunv April 18, 1850. ly BmLaCFrndaiasslwvsiavMtiMats, 163, 5767Vow facts it it Ordered That a bearing take place on the who may be de rons placing ten?adr their-,
made we deem further id and aOentiou lid forthla laid Bill oa the charge in a sitoatioa 1
actkjqj > referenceto ber l of frozen to death oflednc ((4dafeaieBSB oT
persons hereabouts /
tat 34th
the Nashville Convention ; MMU DtyAdi tirt Monk 17,47. day of March next; mad that a copy of Lukfolmrss of liMithffn w4 ait ndla
although cherish "unnecessary, the very fish two and three feet long,and in In Circuit Court Lira InnuHCO-A practical flhutrmUoa of this Order be l.Ji.W tat the tpses of three teDeetmal ealtare Inferior toss oth)rllithe.r .
we sentiment*of respect thousands and thousands left the the koaefiu cf Lift auBthipnviou thereto. P
water.qnit- EASTERN CIRCUIT Inranaeo hi vacantly been era country. Students may bo pcak.d a&this
for OF FLORIDA.
the motives of those wbo ,inay Jifier ted their own elements and rushed on shore faniibed in this city,fa tile esM stow lamented A THO. DOUGLAS, lodge,te. Academy to enter say College &tt.i Halted'. .
from us on this subject. j I have walked over them in Asia CousTTorDrmi,: IvCHurcxar. feOow-dtism.UM late Edward F. Tert. Whik true copy I States. y' i 1

4th. .Raolved, That we "consider Hon pebbles. The whole of as upon Elisabeth ean.'"",, ill good beaJj i, torn time last year, he effected I Conrt.S. w. BA-irrr, dork and tho Seal of said i. The strictest attention wffl be pail'JUae atoral I

Edward C. Cabell Constantinople was vs. > Bit for Divorce. malasnraaeo on hi* life of 93,000, in the New- deportment of the itadenta both th Trasteem
eminently goalificd to be shut February 28 laSO. by <
our up, not a door, not a house, or a shop Alexander Can.".. York LUo Tnatrmnco Company (formerly the 3aln and the Teacher. .ThoAeadearykWledwilhi -

. Representative in the prestat criticalcrisis were open. I never flinched but was covered appearing to the Nautilus) of which Mr. James M.Mundoa if the immediate vicinity of the vBcftef Madieoa

ia our &fI. His experience in legis- up like an Esquimaux, and was out at I r by affidavit filed that satisfaction the Dafeadmat of the Court in the, mgtat ia this cit,. Mr.Test died very suddenly, the Circuit Court: Court-Home, fa or Bear boardlaf;"<
Utioothe high esteem in which be is held six in and the other day the amount for which his life be obtained suet '
the morning,but could scarcely breathe above entitled cases resides out of the State .f was Inured fire thousand EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. may oa GVoJI ThoeehoJaatioyear
by his fellow Representatives him Florida, and beyond the iarisdictloa dollars WM promptly wffl bo of ''
jwfnt on account of the rarified state of the air.- of this Court pad over to hu family Mr.Mondoa. l..aoat.baacL The
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oat as a 6t person to represen as the next Frightful!! It b therefore, oa mottos of said Complainant, by This IS CnHlCZBT.Lttar ID&Dfl
rn passed now;hot when I think James W. Bryant Esq, her Solieitor etreamtUnes regains no comment from w oa the second Moadar ia Jaaaarr!Iait sad will '
Ctmgrtu. We therefore respectfully so nett of those times I tremble." It it Ordena. That said Defendant to fire ft dne fore*. Itipeakato every bad of a ROT.I.IM+, by 1m mat Mend end before the ascend Moaday ia Jeaewt The r road errs-, .

him to declare himself (as early,.as practicable answer the tt.f Complaint of said appear mad fiumilv la_a voice thai cannot be misunderstood ys.Brurmi to eommeaee lbs seeoad M edir> fa J*' ;

,) a candidate for reelection;. within three months, the Complainant ana SBOBM BW oa aisooeyea 1111 iprs..jae of Rnu.hL1I'TPOl mad sad OD Friday before Ute eeeMdrMaaday: ats.

5th. Resolved That our faithful Representative IOWA.The Whi will bold a Stale Con eonfeserd against him.A .or sane win be takes. me the system,its beneficent. mad happy reralts wad reading tho nrcfoiac mad the dda9i& Deoeaber.orL.thus allowing a sheet rseatins a&the .t
E. rention at Iowa City the M/fcrtter Orrfowf That coned tkenuelvg1. the aid of every reader J HJ of Peter a mrlraian,which end .p.ta ail.tgeX 4 two '-
C. Cabell, desertes par oa 15th of May; a copy of this Order aaawe rant, him accompanies the ,
higbeat thou SO and Jibwi& half the toitioa for aseatiee ia .
the duly certified the Clerk 10 tame,oa motioa of James A. pay ; _.
Democrats by of chic P.den .
praise for his devotion will bold theirs at the Covrt bejmbllshed Certaia k la that Eeg. .
to &e f Sooth, his same ia no prudent man who hae a It u Ordered. That the time the balance at tho end of the taint % J *! :
some for
fidelity to the interests place on the lath of "A newspaper printed withia the East family dependent him fee hcariax the ,,
Governor :
of opon suniot -
his constituents ern Cireait of Florida wmnejleet above cauo be enlarged '1"If "r' c r
once a.week and:.the "
his stf-sacrificing spirit, to sir kinjly mani Secretary Auditor, Treasurer, &e. will be for three m' thL' ooaseoatirely fora day the iafaranee of hi*we.nnual same be set down forbearing at the next Term el XaTES Or TC1TJ05' '' ,' of, r

fated on every occasion when;lour rights t chosen at the Anneal Election on the first THO. DOUGLAS, Judge the circuit Court tb be boldea for the Counties of OrthofrapByAlrebra B- Phi o .,
wen in danger. I i Monday of August also two X Rata ofluumnt*of One Hundred!Alacbna and Levk, indeed of tho 24th day of '- ", IS'.
: ;j members ol Lewis Ftamm, Clerk of said Court de March next,at beArt ordered. Ante .
6. Resolved, That a coP14d'jtheao rue Congress,half a Senate and a House. Tea hereby certify tho above to be a errs copy of aa Dollars on a Singtt Lift. .i TB|>. DOUGCAS Judge fks Higtary,Co.poateos,, Faeerr 1i"

olutions; be signed by the Cfrvr/nfn and Senators are to be chosen, six of them in the Order made and entered of record ia said entitled At Chambers,January 9th,1850. Gcometrv PLm..M SperW ''j-

Secretary of this meeting, an4 forwarded to place of Whigs, while only two of the Die eaaseia D. 1&10.said Cent oa the ISli day of.prfl A. 11 i i it i t- A true copy t Do7of Tripoae&I'7M-&ioa"I .. .

the 'Jacksonville RepuWicaa and Florida I tricts were Whig at the fast Election. In warms WBxaaor. I bereoato set II g !. r. g Conrt.F S. W. BAUTT, Clerk mad the Ami of said Conic Actions Solids,DUerent&i Arveyiacv tad Xfav| : _.-.'

Sentinel! and that other tfjuf journals (L. .) my hand and ails tde Seal of.said = = aft aB w a ..18 1&50. Sot Caloatu,Natusi sand Mona ... .
CoBTt. 1
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throughout the the State be req eat to copy SnuCK WITH A Flu BAIL.The British LEWIS FLEMING 1 llhl* < 'i 'it 1* 01111,n. BoUaY. :
same in their colamn Clerk elegy, Ueolory, Khetorie, Mpej KM- ''
i i' : brig Alcyone from Glasgow arrived >Bos 93 93 Adxainistrator's acute of v
at By I. V. Gixxix D. C. I 1 4 Notice CrUieiaaa &Ttoifazy. t'<& '

LEMUEL WILSON I' N. ident. ton on Saturday, reports that, off Cape Cod April 18;1350. Sm oS < Jott1LKHD while the Economy ,- ,_, ', "! 1- li..
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Secretary. 1\ men were aloft reefing the foretop- 14 72 86 153 41 178 1 8tI 831 v accounts and vouchers to the Honorable the The AnciaiIL Li :e.
L; 1i!i ail ger than an 18-poaDdlh 1. 81 so''181 43 180 192 351 settlement and dfeeharn from the Administration w. :PARR4IORE. :
A FiTRia SHOT xr lID Soul.We t struck the mainmast of the Estate of James D. .. 'a
17 Pelote, latoof
were and without oa the 8S 91'1 C5 4419O134 I i3 deceased w. A. BRIN(, .,'
at Comma last week, and learned acre that any usual noise, each as 18 92: 1 m 45 III 118 173 said Coaniy. ., 'I:BITNTSNr;,:! i ,

on Monday, the son of a" ffutmtf whose an explosion the mast was split in four having;been granted to the subscriber by the Hoe. 19 9 N' 1'7S 46 192 118 187 JOHN C.-PELOTE, S. B. THOHAL r' -

name,we do not now pieces and went overboard, with all the Jndge of Probate for Monroe County,Fla., mil i 21) 91 95.1117 CI 1.93 189 4 01 CHAKLS3 H. P LOTS, D. H. MAY. w, j ..
alUdcr of reeollecV.sittathpted the yards and rigging attached. The persons having fi>fifft against said Estate are re- 21 92 s7183 C3 1W202417 Admicistrators. F.1naI714 1O. Tri : ._ 0
his father on Mdnga* of last lad Alcyone qu dreg to present the same according to law, or 2Z 4 1, I j 49 1 Z 201449W J6111W'J'S 1& 6m !"'. H.,1, :

week,about three miles from (that* Tillage. previously lost her mizenmasLN.Y.Cour.lfEnq. the came will be barred. 21 971o312d 3 YB8 2m 4.60 .' It j I't'f : "f"'AJacInla e

The boy, some twelve year of'ago and an [ NICHOLAS SMITH, .4'. I I 071 QJ 5I 197 23475' I, C&az9taCounty. 'a'as ..u.etor'a,. CowjktyTaXBT tla F -
namlyeneat that had Key West March 20,'18W.apriU 2m 25 100 IU 2M ,52 202 227 490 F Ft ', .'f -
rasa ; disobeyed'bisspa4! 2 1.07 I n..1l, a'slo; 21',12-1 VIRTUE of the power vested ia me by 7
until the Sunday, sad did not -rcttrn dome na Ttii>.-There appears be S dis ,,27 1:12' 1..11,1, 61' 21S J BILl 49 m I expose for sale,before th*Court ed VIRTUKofaathoTitylaBBvby,I sbal for.ba '

next mornine. OB &*;' return his position on the part of come legislatures to Brought to chilly :_ 128 12 129.,,22.1 55 Ja S21' 573g door, in. the towa of Alligator, on the covrt-hoaae door,espoee fa tho tows of rtf.--ea '
father was absent, and his exempt the Homestead from 123 1&5.211 M 247IU'SCI First Monday of March next, ear improved lot M i
aocr:;iold him execution,' but ,Monday,tho eighth day of l.4A.iIlt61i,:;t.!: '
hit father would they should MAN,who sayshli name b 10 III I. 2. fJ1 374627 'ia the town of Ooombas act ".. ;
(number known
pulfeh endeavor ) 4
probably !
::him for to agree valua maeh of the land owned by the aa>ted- '-
upon a that he .
THOMAS -
belongs to 1 1'II "
his disobedience. tion. I5NEGRO 'ilIa la'2a' 68 314431650 beJoDliDl 0 Job B.LW& k ,)
Soon
Thus
after, be took down Maine fixes the value at $500; I Diatrie&S.Co' Hole I.i I '110 JI 67 '4 6S 675 .J.T.WRIGHI' persona. vii 'fL i.." ;1-II' "

hit gun and told his mother her! wasroinr Vermont fSOO; Iowa-and Mmesota 40 acres years and u Od 1 tee 10 13 13s-,1d 257. 6O,42 6 4 91 7 00a.a &unfdtz if TaxAueaar.aUdCtjStaor So much d the laud being Battitilse : .s
to hunt some duck Be forthwith[ loaded of land; California 310 lot iaobes; font of his front teeth anmial1DrWIWAM 11I'16It,1". '11'461 IOS 7 2S of Columbia eo..t do Grant mad part of a &I.of.,ka9en v. -
acres or a worth
both barrels 01.the gun with!task} *. He ,. several States having heretofore GROT"- a I. 18,175, I 471 I. 705 :A1liattirNeninber,11,18w. 22tdArredondo ,1+evT'e=.ere&Le'aafd tract,tovied >r=sa -
then proceeded forded af Jailor of Duval. Flo. u I. 1'0'7 281 4553785A' -oeMnlaNda { 't '-
to aa old asherr that County, 1. ; ,
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;oa}the road protect: The' exempt property March 2L1S50. if 14 '182110: ''N" 101 an 8U cia,of Iak. 1tif.: ': ,
where hi*father world proba y' j *. In should not be ore $500 in. jwtici to the >18 148 170 105 .6 IN 199 805 I aad> For Sale. 9e taabi of s .rte 1rM&.hiI '
a few moment tin father did rights of creditors ( QnaS.1.lWI/ =i ,
naw with aa u it may lead to I. 171 In u 18.tr 815.I '
.x sled with another coo,tea year Ald with boa and probably fraud. specula- NOTICE. 40 I. I 81> I 21) fJf" 190 '669 8 451'. -.N. PURSUANCE of Deeres ef tie Cfetatt asN.wnauvilY" 'm..I -.I a toed to. :".'
his Jut his father mk 't heretofore exJstfag bo. -- --- 1 Court of fit.John's County,made mt the last belong&e Jobs JtBcrDea." us aleRt;9ftkv-s : ,
AI e > erelUp
get,:"opposite the .fa November Term tho Lands '. owned by At state of .L.C1labl
ia
J. McROBSRT BAIER .4&aI. the Arrodoade bad '.'
ashery, be pat the ana through the? trees tbs BBdertJgaedV IB the eeoduet af I withia tae IIda q '. ',:
crevices MZUaonL-At the to the Estate of Peter Mitcnel : et tM Lgi.dseis
recent H. D. thiseldbegian ,
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nranieipal efee- tIe Jacksonville HoteL ader HOLLLID-u. D' : :
of the the aaaM .
building and took am'Psbt"s '.
,aim tat ,
;a. ... He D Jefferson pwblas'aln s.
city, the Ina esd etyto of"BaSbegtes' JtFUGTON. II WI Maf4nf E
adherents of 'll sna.JtekIta'rmsm For '
Mr.: .sot the number of _dhe bad ownedr"mieiy ,
discharged boos barrel at oner; One ballet Beaton succeeded ID electing! their 4, dtosshed h mutual tnto; TIle bednesrlu JIu ZJ J5IO.. '17 rtfereeoe be bad to the rinted said lands, 7s.D."D.8. : r.u.1. .
candidate decree. bebpart
went ia aid came oat bet.eta. sl&8 and I for Mayor e eoatbau to ew eoadat.d by t3AM1IL i.1 t
,j; Peopossla parcbaa isul be addressed to and kaowauslwyti tan ) ;
who to stool JaOrbed toooDe the
another went through his l A3) E C. A. M. MITCHELL teimhfp l .t ; ...
anavi .
was ,debts of the fate firm and who wiD.mttoad to wai fK Can!y, a'Colt.ata'i 9oJo. n J.t .
etagcerinf soda his Special Matter;Ocala Co F., lG .
Marion
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woaadshk l Mine As ortlae& t
oetstadla i
non the
of .Goop AS zr rr wzu .a.-A -B Joint 'Fsbrury W.1350. tfC IIIisUta.towiahip : .
oat .the moose Brsr tagge .+
aibery, eridenUr tf a. mob p .
his I vested fa :
about power tbs
ranging of laae Frost
a BT.VIETUE property also SSctisJ i
bretal work with the butt of s.i As into a vat of beer brewery happening to fall PHILIP COL ,. expose for sale,in floss of the ship ; 1' 4" j'
be was aa' imminent Curt H.door 1D 1M -of .Iena ie ce.a.7.q: : dtcs't.11 1.1.. i.t. \
danger tows _
approached him his father prI1"1IJIQ..U 41 News Aligatie' .. 1Oelr
bil- of drowned oopy. '
being ,
let of wood J lying and appealed to a eat to .1M Wr Mondsy\ :day..the file" -- = .i J.Uae
near by, si Su.: ..is ,eon tied !hia"oet.n. cat: replied. :: : .1eriW property,ee se in tbSstf a will Dr arts of ttie wr ported I.bJ li.I .bebogpattefs.Lnealada
"It is toooeSale.
came knocked Yawn C.utr.T'U
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him .
cp down ) u.,btato ud .OTBtytaa .-tbei.ia few ; i. .
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std foolish reqvest.for M IW1 aspose for orb II fn or 1M Colin b7 F.Lewis wtte.t J.bn H. ,
muck three times after be%; ,, '4On. oat I shall eat-."_ soon .u I iet Tar. t1rtu .r'sz 'a5ee-'1'soil apses fer'' yean 1847;113.mad 180,sad-the aecesary Ilwd.or,t the Tows dLll&.-the trot MoD"C .?.' .esgedssmtb JtJ ,
Tb woaaded then By > PMSSS faoideaa ttrJft.vI: ,480 acres Masduy: Jab : the wfq- described .
man ielJ wet : .u- -
tai't Heat door d ClawCeutr .BBdayowaeiT .
f l The BOOM re.-"bat fat rr.at otJM.Ceut raUlaod,pbnmesrUvingsta's,Fenr..aa s eke .
ittor'it aroald be samschlbereat s r lpsy titats of the II"; "
woonda .h aoa -iritla i than to U t w Qe Jrd; J.sag a fJ river ..fbr.Cf&e..j Lid ,;,y 'It-
better Atrv
iroWneaTIM parparttoj M.Wanjto C thmegia 1819 lgij
wt
rw 0
tbs oldgeattcman cat mock.the land ewaed b aM betnd rWatmas .._ __. .' .01.__. aV Grant t.7
, the livtfii, '! for lifted Urn,oat;,bat the,fas*:, of the, beer '- uswll the Elate tax 4.5 tb.vos,the .- -A.'J" < 'u 14 I r r eipsascs taiddmt th rstovn r y&ZtSFSSis t es aids .
aauatboast ,
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,and alarlDl4lis1 a ,r ; T'WBJGBT't"l / tsie pad pint above the TewaD of mr* of too Am das I ? .
O lMfPm. caused to sneeze and the moose took 7..1&11 .d&eksrwasalas' "tiMa" . era'.e
reach'the.p i ; pass ,, 7 !" &wases'Rim,W&aN..l '. &BM&6rta c _
they Io. fait .. ewusd byII ..
sa. .
nd'd OI'I1"tbe lather I refuge in bis bole. third expeneee eI5IW attoadisf __ tifidCYiatsfr.tl.bessblaCariofN, ml.8ee4lea7.T"-4fp Sna.a oat aa,.d.-paz t a.t

;; boy hu ce rteon.e4 hat ; 'tbt I' The eat uIJea oathe JBOOSS to corns oat. land.tad ivies. to ',tad : .,.N." ,", te s..aw .11= I"" tknMdWA. 'II C_w d.AYeae.onq"" 1'},-11 J

'K aN 8 DOW iajaIL Th..fsthat ltatq:i'lttDec i"Yoe, 1:did oo aatpfelease dIat.t II I. Ibis 'T""az -v '. raimasdd. t '; .. J. T. r.willi tile tI.IJIV, -" "".' '
.5; :""i ., eatyoa /as of th hefted W. JOB PRINTING .. WBICHT I: ".; S... .
will :
posed :
recover.-iI DDOCK 'aW r.Oei JOEL B. .
(Mi4) .m +' Ar J. B 1tA : l'FJOB- lksA.aasr .jJ ;
.., Apnlle. ,J'oI" I the moose, "bat yea now Sisr4tad Tu CoHsdet. THE clad atllag.if.vcw.. AS.. Aataor and CoBtttor+ "i:c. :_,. '.' ,
',' .1 1 ''J wu ba liquor at the time.*, NamaCeTOtyFsb.JIM/ 07 THE JLORIDA BKPUBUCAN. AlltsaierLprl4,180Ei. .: ;+ .. J_._ ,., I' .I'' .0 .L-l .
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THE FLOUIDJA REPUBLICAN cost of one.thousand dollar. The heads of\Ves- from mythr t uitanded W my head io. that anr.ranlmD1l -

1 and Fletcher are of.agood.sisgiJatlranii .- .
i IS 4iKfiYTrttSDAT. )
WBUSJIEO AT the 5anaparUl *liOj time.my health Ianpro4, dd&'E afhiuhs.1M4

JaekanrU Ofrsrtd Couiiity, E, F., by stores at less than three dollars tac] and my throat Is Mow.weff; I am M Jtae: fombtittn.f U's kl&SajD.'i4eIiVs.EsZuatStllas whisk IMy -
DREW. A.GWbt. IteoiitnCine was aim

*-. Another Set o jUIr O ra
.. 4hWJ5
1Li; *o L4tLt $
TF.RXS. cur
-Tlirepvn per annum, payable

ordering4a itfl ..I 'fttonwiQ ing sutiscriDert to has been effected, entirely by.the UIW17OflS t1rhi'jg ,.
4 PS4
iunge of pus-i&r the bve oflpii 'o tN! UfIIb.gs.c.1.

; 4Jp ,
OQWr9pOP/
; HHT 6 s** A? vra- flAEMKrftKrts"VT .sssdoa thq.pubUe io$ to da slr4.\p.4.puO.u.J* ,

; RkdB*|U.ThisMangerous }Malarawg e'buuSifotXVlMmtoMJfV &jfr*"* Clnj srlJ14flit2t th .viiuo Zortda,

i, tte Chrit'iRebukej iffectVm,,which nMswepttrppaUre stfcgeofiime WJaU sjnsap.uflf. Bi"rtisae ;is11 the OI Th't'ira 1'Mukn '

)Chst'Weepthg r e1Ttht'TheT'o s. both at tbe Jbw |t W tfj Ti ikf; ti # ari ;s 'l >, ai Wi4o ,
or 2.my
1. I Ii : .irsc ent1i4 Matye a 4be'palc and the DcJi'erce : yian4the more vigorous1 an'dinattirer.ag W..maahoid.'tas stJsi Lt-5L-- k* i>w- i '>9 fc : 17, Pnrfi'I ;

.|;To yearly Adyertzera.1ib&aI of Peti/" at length" ttt* ban* *Hd' ntfrtr ::1 o1 l ) EITt.ftw ,lGm o roY 33oity a4W'V.b..U,

iidiat wit1 b ejiadti All transient! Aaertlsent "Premiums are onlyqnIeaben subaIU9psjr. and ItseyU eff.otaupo* tJO systemize InI4vsleh thwin qJud.5 1St7, mg6i
g
i s nitted directtb'4tTie vublisher. 4k th powerful Influeno.ofkthil: repuatOt' Alittl .ir i1 :

: : (except t>yt en&p noting*running account The LadyVlJoftkftf*I860 will !o4.rn.a. rand-cbfl of Mr Wm.l'atttck 'woodOfr4eiiiruattackM ; "dri.kI' -rr.() !,, !, $ for

UlV !Bw) .&it fciifaid for preview toTpai- mdrcdgoodngiaviBWfioa j 3.yPostmastcrsmnel rith fever4'1ch ef .,m. di I' ,. ::7't4)E..Ib Ez.peiaies .

is.U'n. : jPWier\tfnarog Clubsoblige will h r In ssdttd1tati Mr,body *aepveredwith t tt t ".' Incurrik ig % a.nts.r, bets., befgaiu,.
tnKCa'% them'all Mdressed of scarlet eruptionsta l .rg* luinp1
us very &aving V S partlplei i ,,nt "'
U. W.
.. : 'Personiat a itaM', aq gem th'efr'remittaaeW te one 3am0t lslTOlacn.nienoe to them,and \ something like a biW. and at least two.Inches; to 'st

: for a
; si months Ptremlnmt tJiftovnt sending the largesnmbtyof S.. ;discharged an almost incredible, *4' c4L .m1l Isli Jqa
square ( ) published -
tj1Tflie. ., quantity of most offensive matter; .and,besides
1 fcrV-* -r; '- '-'Sip,00 ttibscrilcrs. ; tals/stfitrga ejuanlily' wasdiseharged from the. : & s4h neeethr1i 4CSlIr

J .._ Two squires, fj 1r> tl vto&Uu,. ., 15 00 The town-seiing us the largest number of SANDS'8ARSAIARILLA. ears, of a very offensive character. Almost despairing '

*,. :j'NttieM to debars and creditor*, '10 ;COA mail subscribers for 1350 vvill be. entitled to theLady's . of ever stopping th. ef
,. Book for 1851 gratis: ; and the next in nnmber S.-r---,'5'a. trial,o &S4NDS'I A.lSAPARLLLA.whldh [
> !pGcatJomftjjlettiifji.ef! administration, 5 00 each subscriber shall receive any one of. the ,L; 5. 4 IN QVARt0'tTW.\\ fected ;complete'cure,' tha',child'having;taking .

F.r annoanc 4 nli oj&jindidates fo* once, 5 00 above plates. "" a. ..a in -W.. \\\ A -vFOR. only one bQttI ,FQ the beneft$ ot those iroffer4fULl I 'fi(1T( what klnEoeve thaf;niy *$ -1L.sxis. '

,f. Ni annouaWrtsnt wiB be mads unless the' same f Address l;. ACODEV, ..THE REMOVAL ANtPERMANENT !i'g from th baneful offet.ofibis bOTTIIM disease' 4 ;. of aa Agency at (ii' place; seuVPanicn -W .

.fca "with tfe amount I ... 113 Chesnut street, Philadelphia. CURE OF ALD'DISEASES ARISING' +'WK *1WJ4 TTjaUW pleased ww inftaisnfr .persorr : >r,a*
charged. ;
accompanied -, to the correctness of this statement, if they call 4 : l\\
'. I jauU-ly. : i..1.t ,.5.FROM."AN IMPURE STATE OF. j a .as ; '
t4
*" Editorial' u'otwet &r 'private euLfl1 be Bal-
nearFawn-stf
at his residence in Exeter-st. [
,,.. .. --. 4 .- TIlE BLOOD ORHABIT OF/THB. j ... f...,.* ... ** iE. .ij ; '
.
f t1moruflf L:1'w; 1' i
ekar ed double Stieratijief advertising. -.-,. --SYSTEMVIZr-S fi.i..4 1't t t acdt114cNrl6a; t -

.* ,.,j tli5.usv OWiaaryiiaaii Marriage notIo.siiII; SPLENDID ENGRAVING ., I **The following teBUmomal.to'the.Talue pfytben .1 t : etinJ 1rJl
. 'ft' O a iu ;
'- 'JKtn *
Scrofula or $ t-evi 'Rheumatism, bbtjinate -b.pbusbeag4i. .,.. .. paTniaT '' 'i.t' /
v 1 $ -' cuton'ous rwpion, pimplet ** the t. fLi1' ';r t 5Ui& r.
orputtitlp
t t ; zno b post p.. : TltK' IUBSCRIBIK8' RB-KOW 4PUBLIBRING face,. blotches bile.,t thronsyringwonn WrigbtfAged.79 years, Congregational Min-j ,rIIg.g, 105 Xussnst.'OtThDRP .. .
"
1--- : i: EUEGAKT KKGilAVIKOOt ortetters, scald headenlargement assd 8n of ante; residing at Woburn. ,.v>i.arP JACOB TOWNSENfy : ,

.tJb. Death of the Rev, John fTesJejr. the bones.izndjoints, s1n6ban idc.r,; s thtic. -.1. 1
s ZNCRAVeD IN TRI HIGHEST STYLE OF ART, symptoms, aciatcaorarzsinx lumbago; a4 Tag BTAXDMftD .jbMKKICAM PIRIODIC1L. front an,injudiciout wee netcvry, eiperienced, and from the information I hare re SarapsrII1

BYJOHN'SARJAIN, ESQ, S acititt or dropty, trpoturt *r imprudence tn cently received from a number persons' 'ef'bighrqjj l l3TToIrn.e.d aet o ressi.t fessional buijaeJiin i the Cetriieral
I l- : AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING life; alto; chronic conttitutiontl ditordert, \-c.rFIHIS ctahfHty who Tiave tafed Your Sarsaparilla I bu long b ea known as.tht Jt OTaoRKRtRrt aid DWO ottkCastens cnit of Fonfa 1* tFi4

\: Grabare's Utiigarlne! 185O.IE OF MARSHALL CLAXTOir. Medicine has acquired reiy ex ended have pot the leatt doubt but that it is a most vain- uiRSArjiRtLM.the OKffOUfR*.'OltlOtffJlL BIafWW. h'ftfjra *,TOXt U. \ Coart. 4or u;*th* Northern ttstrie} of Pledde.S

the nanygood1zn Vbo have able me4lcine, and that the numerous certiflcatci > manniituri. which l ** ig0'Acr T .
Among & spent -! and established reputation whe erer lied to limit lu by
splendidinumbir! of Graham's" for Jan- their lives in the service'of theft- Divine Master, yen havn received ofits eca9y are fully uustain 4by 4.5j .uS'1f SiCvkeL'Ifld hiS **Ii' C' forrgeneyl us is"In tbegmuls'aid
: it has been used based 'own 1
: imar?, b..s taken the whole country by furL few ever exerted a greater influence for good than entirely on ito fw tcise, Wgn w thi* Magine fcas always stood in did JOHN WESLEY. With high powers of intellect merit, which its superior efficacy lias'&one utility are very extensive,and stand in no need ofmy rolne. It had reachisi ftho ats h.t.t of aim of&.e dt.a. oraeIlIngthereofi '- i--- :-t
-literary excellent and tlctoral beautyin ciroulation he sustained. The unfortutiate rictimo.Bere-! humjblo efforts..to.increase thern- want tall ,14 ItiMi perwns whojiad.beIs tl S
United which ,
gentleness disposition LSOAoxirr
enabled Ieathpnl&liU3d j7si5c 7 m *
and reputation, it $M wort already for 1830 who Are'affllcted by disease tb become acquaintedwith : ;:
him the time that
,# and more abundant laurels in the loud at same he touched the ditary diseasewith swollen glands, contractedsinews the efficacy and powrr-of your valuable inedi- for tha. coUectlostof Claims: upon Heitates tVaft.
greener tender chords of the human heart to convince the 1IEAL1NGPOWER
I
and hones half carious has ben' Ilf for AlUitaqror othereryioes -
which eoiaes every quarter of theUnion restored cine. pscdem,.
praise firm understanding of the truth and importance of the S 'tUTHER.WRJGHT.Prepared KnOWIDR, 7sr,. ate..tb.at he bad. by his iui: supplies furnlaheS.volunteerand for.ion
to health and vigor. The scrofulous devised article wiich would **) er
holy of tho which he an
precepts Gospel promulgated. and experience. other
: Tne Pint Edition of the January number is And when we take into consideration that his patient, covered with ulcers, loathsome to and sold, wholesale and retail ''by A.' ; setenes biof ineslcolkbt* lidvanwge to mankind wb.a' themea. liable.property. >lo'$L L, for. which'''Uto' t/nitd., -. .-Stale- ,
'
already exhausted, ample as our supply was manifold labours of usefulness extended to himself and his attendants has been thade Chemists 100 .' w.eld be fiimujiid a and
SECOND EDmoscffmtalelegance period B, & D. SANDS, Druggists wb lu-lBetttunbU virtue would, ,be--know *-EaH Florida -
to h.bctfl.nd; A n _
't thought Paotisrw. The vast in- of more than half a century-that during the whole. Hundreds of persons who !had Fulton ti corner,of William, JSTew! York. Sold :and *Dpreelatcd.' This lime_fca* come, the toeaM ar.ippIIed 'j : -
whole period an unerring course of rectitude was the united "*T ** tliJt "' *"* *"> *" -
also generally throughput 1 this '
% I of its hereiofnre'jonparallelled list of sub- groaned hopelessly for under cutaneous by Druggists : .PhItprazer'
urase manifested in his walk and conversation-we cease years States and Canada Price $1 per Bottle; .six GRAXD4IW U.VEQUM.LF-D PREPALITIO'
scribers, enables fhe polishers to promise their to wonder at the very high degree of estimation and glandular disorders, chronic rheumatism Bottles for#5. '. h '\ roanufcetured on the lnrje; t sale, and U called finUiroufbout ATTORNKY &pQUNSELLOaATeL.w,

readers succession of numbers of beauty and excellence with which his memory is cherished, not only by and many other complaints springing froVn a 'For sale in Jacksonville by the length and liremdtb of tbe land, e.p.eial' S'a S
such as can be equalled by ao periodical the it Is found Incapable of dejeneratioa or Urton
members of the denomination, to the upbuilding ly as
derangement of the secretive and the J.FOEMAN.. ._ .
.. -in the .world. ;i i'!> of which his untiring energy and exemplary organs ; nov29' '.4. S >."WTill attend way professional business tntrasted. -

Those whohavt already seen the January number piety so much contributed, but by the truly pious circulation, have been raised as it were from -St. P. C. ZTMTRAJ S. TtrtMonticelloj Uallke young 8..l'Towa.end's.JtftnproveswIth aft, to him in Ahe Courts o'the'Eatejjt.
of its excellence and for the rack disease Augustine, G..B.IKXDRICKSON tad covet ehsnit, bat tot IM better i beeauM it to Mtared and the Court *
; and at Tallahassee.
.4 need no assurances of every sect. now, with regenira- LEWIS &'AME5, TaBahassee; itinttf frntipitt bf a Itientjf* M k>i.Tk Supreme He baa
those who aave'r.ot, we prefer affording the unprejudiced The death of ted constitutions the Jt Co' Savannah., also such an :*dvjuitageou ,pnnection witktaa
to efficacy
of other The Wesley was perfectly conjonaa gladly testify hlfhett knowledge ofChemlsiry.and the.Ia.tu; AiMoveriei -
and unsolicited praise with the even rectitude of his protract life, and of this inestimable preparation. The testimony of the an. hare all bees broafhtlntoreqaliltioa lathe able Lawyer 'at: \Vfcshinjrton city, as will euore
rpress (run one e4d of the country to the other adds another to the many proofs that the "end of JACEgONVILLE ACADEMT. S manafactnra of tbe Old Oft sp.ili.-n.s*/-'. a prompt and'Bpetay couection of such elalsu M
echoes the public Jroiceto pronouncing Graham's the good man is The closing scene of the of those who have been cured bv* its the first S taparllla rook It U well known to medical men.eoataln may be placeduuhla; hands, against the UaiUd.Sjpt.
peace.
'Magazine to be the ablwt and most beautiful periodical life of this venerable man is the one which Mr. use, with their residences, has been publish- THIS Institution will be' 'opened'on A. 1. nany medicinal pnipertie*,and seine properties whlck. ttateS.ft ,_ -. Ii

that has ynr been issued in any country. Claxton has so happily chosen as the subject of ed from time to time: and were it desirable, a in June next, at o'clock, are Inert or useless, and other 'which'If retained !a' S ; l.l&a-l f;. .':
For Ourselves, secure inthe faith of our vast body m JACKSONVTI.LK, East Florida. '-L prrpnriiif:It for use,' prodae frmntaH n and nil,. .
his beautiful painting faithful copy of which, mass of the most overwhelming testimony for the accommodation i te- .
subscribers, w langk at, as well as defy the Separate rooms will be fitted up which U injurious to the lyriem. Some of the proper-; -
., efforts ot competition around us. Every attempt engraved in aneUgant manner, we have thought could be brought forward proving most of young Lads and Misses, where they lies of amaparilla are so tadis. that they alirely'evaior ,j S pen er ;&l'iBakeX'lti(

puny to steal thelilaon's' garb, by our imitators, would to have be framed a memento and bung which up thousands in the parlour.-would wish conclusively its inestimable value., The (afflicted will be instructed In the and elementary classical[and education higher >preserved| ieaad by itimtiJU are loss In the frottn preiiarattoB,known:,'jnly If they to an thuM.xperieBced sot'. ,,,; AT0 ( JIITlUTltAW; ,qS

produces roar which'would be discomfitting to order to enable such as desire to do this to gratify and those who have not used this branches of an English fitted The Cattege'-or for In lu Bwnnfnetae.' Moreorer then.**.- wIJ'l$30nv2114 Flaxt. -
any thing short cjt the mwt brazen pretensions. their desires Mr. Sartain and young men will be tittfritciflit. Which fly off in or'a an eihala- 5
who stands at the head medicine, are invited to make a trial of jits life in the Latin and Greek classics, vapor .
2EW A SPLt DlD PREMIUM. of his profession in the United States, has been professional IInn.under heaL, are the ery tsmtiol mlitl rPT will,rieti4 aICOTtSR tEUt.
to this virtues, and appropriate to .them Ies Jhe aild in the philosophical and mathematical i ci- .tiu of the fool, which jiv. to U all iu valuer, ; ,. ? era Circaitof E1e114ain theU. ELCfstrietCevt
"THE FIRSTPRAT' **;" a large and splendid engaged engrave elegant picture in his 11 *iI 1i-I JkS the till 'adark ,
best and- benefits which it alone can bestow. enseaJ' i 4 L AoJ-ptriontnn boll'or tuw root they pt Northern .District Florida;. the Supreme Cevt
menotint, ergrariing EUW. making-a most exquisite style, relying upon an extensive patron colored liqni Tallahassee
picture for pallor rStudy, offered to any age, the price has been puLse low that none who "TRUTH IS .STRANGER THAN TjCT10N. ,ARRASGEMEJ HC .' x la the root than from,any thing sic.; they can at the ; sal prosecute claims before Corn.gresdand .
$subscriber. 1'jis pi-tiuiuia is'fRsuperiorto desire it need be without it. The Engraviag is of : Td yEARwillbe divided into four quarters, then strain'this insipid or vapid liquid, tweeua with Pepijjtinent* of the Government' aa
offered elsewhjcrc. a large size, suitable for framing, and will be .. f of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca oar noI.ses,> and then call It "SAR3APARILLA1EXTKAUT Washington. : -

suiy printed on the best quality of heavy plate paper, The attention of the reader is called) to the tions. The day-will have twa'sessions'the'first; *r SY' ftUP," i.Bal inch ia-not" th" .article._ J. McRoBzzTMlL Siu z.
ti CHOICE.is :. known us She -
;: it-ar in a very superior manner, each impression 5 P
3
presenting M. the second from to
from 9 to 12 and ,
effected the Dlt JACOB TOWNSEND'S .
in all the beauties of first clatt proof, and following astonishing'cure, by GENUINE OLD ,
to
Per Three Dottan, 14L advance, (par money M, Wednesday mornings will be appointed S '
the State from wfcich iCis remitted,) one copy of will be furnished at use of Sands' Sarsaparilla: f exercises in English composition and declamatioi.S SARSAPARI1XA.Thl J.

Graham and a copy of '. THE FOLLOWING After the first term, no pupil will be received, 'U so prepared that all the Inert propertlM of abe '
rNCSUAtLT LOW PRR1s: I
*' This is to certify that have a colored woman .of the session SnrMparilla nwl are first removed every thUw% capable .J4xNTlI.L z.' 7.,
LARGE AND NA&XmCEXT PRINT, 1 Copy, $2 501 7 Copies, $12 GO who baa been afflicted for the last five years with except at or near thebeginning of lcoiiilng acid "r of fernicntatino U extracted and Comnssio.i oi DrKoSfor
adistingnishediengrivjer and which be 3 Copies, 6 001 13 Copies, 20 00 Scrofula, and all the remedies 1 used had no effect and no pupil for less than one term. rejected; then every fiartf cto medical virtue ls secured S. xi ALibama,Georgia,
by may Board be in Town at reasonable ,, and thus It U reafendiaeaiAble '
Swill
in arresting the progress of the complaint: on the provided la spore and c nc vnte-l form; South Carolinaj North Carolina, Virginia,Halaa
considered one of the most beautiful specimens ot 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS from the ami of lu valuable and
she and after rates per month, for pupils country; of'Ifrting any. haallBfprrrtiet. "
constantly
art ever presented bv any magacine publisher.And .- contrary grew worse; avai1 ID this It Is made the aw st Pennsylvania; Coupl i.nd MIi. ;.
) So that members of congregations and others, expending between 7(5( and $80 with physicians, parents and guardians, who may desire bentifol suitable '
also, a new Mid engraving in the Jan, lSO.
.hemselves.of the facilities of.this Institntion/for powerful agent .j7
:
Sacred by sending together and forming clubs,can obtain besides using other popular remedies without success ; .
for framing,of a Subject, Cure innumerable diseases.
be of
tuis most impressive picture at till the disease had eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and others, may LSDEURON
< .BIARINO TK& BAWCR TO THE TOMB, of her made its various assured that no exertion will be;*spared to ensure Hence the reason why we hear,comn adatIoM em J. .PI -
nose, on
Only one dollar aud a half a copy!!! appearance parts health comfort and in 6' every side la iu favor by men. women,and childrao.We '
preparad expressly, andat; a very heavy cost, as a of> her body, and had finally commenced its ravages the progresi knowledge find it d.itnf wonders la the cure Of CpplisiilOT'ifHAVING .
Premium Gift tojnew'6ubscribera to Graham's Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her mouth.In all who may be' entrusted to the care nflciIl COffSVMPTlOJf \SfF.PSUi.. and LIFER COM- '

Maratine. Or, i1<|desired; we will furnish in lien nineteen figures, representing the following pcrsens this dreadful situation, with the prospect;of ". JIUFUS K. tfEWALL, HJIUfT.. and la RHKUMJ1TI3JI.SCROFULA. remo' +}J eksonvflIe'DvaI"hi* office from Cohmbi*
t
.f tuber,of the above prints a complete set of our (of many of whom accurate portraits are give death staring her in the face, I stated her Principal. Plt.KS. COSTirKJfRS. all CVTJJfKOCS KRVr Cotaty,
meuotint portrait of tit* en from originals of great rarity.) care to Dr. Llisosway, the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla TtfJfS. PlMfl.KS, BLOCTllKSad afl aftcdoaa pectfolly iufirfluii fnnd that he hat -
Kev. PEAED DICKI.NSO.V.Eev. in Newbcrn Itortb Carolina sni.lngrnis 5-, S elated with hiai. lii the practic ofLav; hi.
by
g AMERICAN. HERCfS Of THF. LATE WAR WITh JOSEPH BRADFORD.Mrs. whom I was advised to use that: articlf; and to Jacksonville JFemale Institute. ULlPURITY 01 THE BLOOD. brother, S..W.S4hz&sot.., ,?, ,. -
) tfl
:Ifvco. CHARLES WESLEV., my surprise and that of my neighbors, to whom It PIMMKCI a marrcUnoi efficacy la all cnmplaliU ail Tbe firm wil? reaented at each and enryourt
Miss* A1 Wnt'nv. HE. Committee of Direction has adopted' lag rrmu Mgrtti. fnim .IMUytflkt Stimuk. from Term of the Cirenittof in th 'several Cevatie*
her known after
case was using fournd a halfbot.tk.s .
Fite for
For anda
DoCffrj.TwojlTopies one year, Rev. THOMAS UAXKIS. ._ T the regulations t aneuHal cirenlatiim.determination *f blnod to lh.bead. :the Eastern rlnd ial CireW,3the County 6f
a copy either of th Prfnts to each subscriber. Mrs. ESTHEB. ANN ROGERS. ? ? she was restored to perfect health, and tuat'n The Scholastic following Year-is to consist of four term- palpiuUna (the heart, cold feet and band cold chill* Hamilton in .th*. 4 l1d&e.Chzmutthe 8.pa. .
For Ten Mian, ?WelCopies one vear and MU. Rrrcmir, the space of three weeks, and was able jt<>>work and hot fluibes rrrer the body. It bat ant lu equal la.CrUt Court at TalUbassoeAugustine. and the IT S, Co rt ai A.
afterward .
Mr MoBTIMEB. of eleven weeks each/ *
of the t4> the Postmaster or in two weeks from the time she eoiaiff .I a copy Madeline per- Rev. JAMES ROGERS. and OifJU; and promotes-*expwtoratUa ,All bjbs entrusted their ,
-w -
Club d either of the above m m Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Aritbrne- of thi ca
on forming the > :- and senile peniimtioa. relnilof lUictura Uafs.l "' '' "
each subscriber. Master JAMES RouIi; chil Prints, or a set of Vortraifs to years the truth of this statement I have per >in t. and every other part. '
J. P. S. W.-
Address 41
For JtfftUy ytiriyjlikven Copies for one age, the. only person now'living who was then hereunto aSixed mv name, this IDth day of Sept. Grammar and Geography; per term, 5. Tot But la imtblnf is In iceltene., .. more m*nlf try >"tB" .,. .fl..5i.' &snmov. ; Jbds-
present.Rev. O I M'OL t'ni tbAeducation -. ----- --
70. eno aeInowk.
with tne
hove
*earand *copy of either>&f the Prints, or a set of JAMES CHEisnTOX., > .. '. >. EPlPMOfrtEny. P. eu.Ww.ing Algebra Geometry, History FEMALE COIPL4INTS. Jack onTill ,'Jin-7, 1850.: ,, It.
ef .
the Portraits to c v-li f nli-jsriber, and a copy the ; of RU 411CS01' Willis,
Rev. ALKXATDER MATOEB.. natural, mental, and moral Philosophy, Botaiy ltwnrk.'wouden in sa'U ?
MagatinPto the PyHtmawinror person sending the I ROBERT C. BRACKENBURY.Rey. Mouth of Neue River, Craven Co., N. C. Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, fating tfU ITn*. Otttricltt. Srrttit.aT FtatfutMntet. -n. -
Club) with aeofy-of ead of the large Prints as an JOHN BEOADBENT.Rev. Logic, and Evidences of Christianity term. /rrttJirit9 of tlie menstrual periods, and abe .DYING 4D SURING

additional premiuiul ;( THOMAS BROADBEXT ULCER CURED OF> SEVEN YEARS' J6. Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer, like; and U me eoectual la curing' all the forms of fUnr E S TAD 1 SUM

i@* For thenve'euce(! of those forming Rev. GEOBOEWHlTFrELD. S STANDING: advance. Mr Ditetit.removlaf otMtroctliiai. and refnUling the general ENT,

Clubs in connection wli other Publication* Rev. -JONATHAN EDMOSSON, The Scholars will be under the, careful inetruc' tyitem. It plv. tone and strength,to,th* waola body NO. 1QRXSTRELT .
irilltend Y JOHN HORTON, Esq., one of the Executors of This cure..was effected in July, 1844; ion; of an experienced Female Teacher. ..ud thus enrO alHirin! of fc4REAR. ort; COUftTHoUzSAY4JAIIGEO

aj fc of the Satur- Mr. WESLEY'S Will. B here have>:been no eymptbrns of a return, Provision has been made for instruction in Latin One' copy of the ;fgaz > and Dollar One 'Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD, Mr. WESLKI'S Physician and her health fclillcontinues' 'gqpd July, French, Painting and Drawing, and Music, aad.tbw prevents or relieves a great variety'of othetnaladiea. ?
day Evening Put, for four and Biographer. for which additional charges,will be made. aa Spies irriUtitn. JVnarc/fia. *t ritaj' : ;-_ tS
One of the MagaiLie attlj Two of the Post for A Medical Assistant to Dr. WUTTEEZAD. 1848,:. Th 'first term commences on!the tith of Of tolernext. Dfnet.Smtnrnf, Kfileptie Fit*. Crimlinu.lie, -AT.1.rA4nR! GJlIiOWAT =
"FinDcUan. $ S. It clautet the blood excites the lives in healthy ae- !
Three .copies of {he Jla';azine and Four of the Agents, for the sale of this fine work of art, are for admission to be made tu tioa- tones the ttomacb..and(, gives good digMtioa, ie- 1: ETURNS 1is-tnki to aisfXeab for tie
Post for TmDaUan.ll wanted in every part of the United Slates. For fMeurs. SANDSjT-Gentlemen-rl consider it but the Applications Committee of Direction. are levee the bowels of torpor and eoni p.iloe. allays la- iavorshe Ia ntjwived sincr.he <.ma..4

Four copies of the N aga4ae and Two of the Post further particulars, address an act justice to you to state the following 1 ;<* DANIELt lamBMtioa purifies the skin equalise the elrenlaUoa business in this city rt 1S32,and would state to hie
J M.
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for Ten DolarJ : GLADDING & HIGGlNS, Publishers, facts in reference to the great benefit I received in ; f the blood producing gentle warmth anally all ore friends,and the mblit generally, that bV
ding
Methodist Book Store No. the cure of an obstinate' CASCPEOKS ULCER, on lr.H. D.'HOLLAND, the body and the insensible perspiration; relax** all late visit to London
Six copies of the Mi guii; e and Nine of the Post Street 40 North Fourth A. M. REED,. stricture and tightness, removes obstructions, and aM Scotlandhe Baa acqairtd
breast.
for TWfrfy DoUari. Philadelphia. my various improvemenM ee}with" '- "
S Committee oflire t $ vlgorate the entire nervous system. Isaotthi* thai fonnec

CRKAT ojrrcf; TO TOWNS. wholesale This Elegant and retail Engraving the will be fomfsbea, and I was skilful attended physician eighteen,assisted.months by the by advice a, regular and Rev. L SWART, Tieaturer. the medicine you pre-eminently need! DYING 'AND FEENCH CLEANING.which .-,
by Methodist
The Post Officeof an v |own: in the Union,from tablishment, 200 Mulberry St. New-York Book Es counsel of one of our most,able and L experienced Jacksonville'July 7, 1349. But can, any of'these things be said of 8.P.Towwead's he trusts wiri' lablella'b'tin wnVral
and bferfor article This man's liquid U not to b*
without the least benefit whatever. voonf satufactionu '
number ,
which shall receive thepreitcst of subscribers surgeons, to-wbf'JHuiyi
we by their Agents throughout the United States. please to &vor bias
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.eenseofoneCRANflFMi1'tbet ,
"GnibamVSlagazine the All the various methods of treating cancer were with their .,- > '
to during The purchasers of this Engraving will Jease Mrs. A. .MAXEV s'flTlAKES IXCl patronage.JIM, # iLadies'.ailkan4 -
>
between the first oi'January, 1850, and the ; resorted to; for five weeks in succession my breast ,. the baa U woien Dre v
bear
in Shawl
year mind that this Plate lias been > s Jfe
engraved by fABLE of D TEKICR ATlfW aarf ,
the
tbf to be mailed was burned with caustic three times a day and- this method to announce to pnbM. cleaned and
first of January,1&51, ( Magazine Mr. Sartain expressly for this -edition, and that dyed anas cobra so u to jiv* go.4
for six it daily syringed with a week solution lie that sho will keep open her ISuarding- NEVER SPOILS
was -atisfaction. <
to such Post Offie or iubscribers through it,) the impressions will therefore be all of the first < Table >ver cleaned or ctyei
shall be entltledJto a eetitinaanc of the- whole and not such order of nitric acid, and the cavity of internal ulcer was house during.the winter for the reception ot while in* other DOES ; number subscriptions jmtuitmtdy, for one as are taken from ucmdhandEnglish so large that it held over an ounce of the solution. Boarders and for toe accommodation of strangers tie totUn eonuiainK It Into fragments ; tna soar. .u.thasame good stylus novat d]
0. year Plate tho ulcer Grateful for the W llqaiil exploding and dtmagln otber good! Must not formerly;so as not to be
The and travellers -
after the expiration ft th*year for which the subscriptions doctor probed examined, the or generally. very1 'urpassedby any-iloeWl the North
the hitherto extended to her she will this horrible roni pound he poisonous to the system 1- or dyed M
shall h&'re beerf paid..The bone, and said disease was advancing rapidly era! patronage ; may be required. 'iLa4as' .bonnets
What! edt iitta
put a diseased taitk dyed
system acid
tlrudy I
Magazine will beieoutinned on either to "1 to the lungs, and if 1 did not get speedy relief by spare no efforts; to give satibfaction to alL Her ; cleaned, and i
am a man,and deem nothing which relates to \yhatcanses Dyspepsia but acid t Do we cot all.know pressad superior style.id .
the subscribers tba'ele4> or to the agent through man foreign to my feelings." medicine or by an operation, the remit would .be house is commodious, and''situated in a pleasant that when food sours in our stomach what mIaels ucukicman'B''JV a fjLHOve* cleaned ..tter the
whoa we may receive th6 orders for quantities, fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid open part of the town.r ; It produce 1 flatulence, heartburn palpitation < the most approved Lotdo Duhioo. -

and to whom the tekag4 or packages may be di Tonth & Manhood. and the< bones examined1 but finding nof relief Jacksonville,'Oct. 11,1349.MAGNOLIA basil Jiver complaint,'diarrhota. dyseaurycolic; sad it;..M.'
isct.&ort.b.thIttheeshouIdbebothintheumetowauth.a.emybe. VIGOROUS. LIFE, from what bad been done, and feeling I was rap corruption of.the blood 1 What Is Bcrofala bat aa add KIKH haisWnappointed" fof
OR APremature idly getting worse,1 almost .despaired ,of recovery humor la the body T What produce all the hnuora the above esUbluhmekt will attend to tie-
HOUSE which bring on Eruption*of the Skin Scud Head reception and delirery of ffork Jn J
ft> Postage on sQ letteti to be pre-paid. Ad- : Death. and considered my case nearly hope- Rheum. Erysipelas, White ;Bait the ckaoavill.and,
S SI. : less. *"" weZ1lngJrnr Bore*, sad snnounding ennrr, Tensrnod.rt.
z drees. IJEhD. llSONJtCO.fsk ? i STS AUGUSTINE. all nleeratloa Internal and external t It nothing ma-
>,21. ] 93 Chtsnnt St., Philadelphia.GODXTS KINKELIN ON SELF PRESERVATION. .Seeing.various testimonials and certificates rci I dr heaven but an acid substance,which conn,'and thus -
- 3 cure by the use of SANDS' SAESAPARILIU, in cases well known establishment has oj spoils all the flnlds-of the'body, more or le.v What
LATirS'.EOOK Only; 5 Cents. similar to my own,I concluded try a few bottles i1i:;: ,'I" undergone thorough repairs,and causes RbenmaUsm but a sour or add.fluid which Ia > NEW IESORATIVE
FOR 1850.ifc. npthia Book,just published, is filled with useful ;several of which were used, but from the long is now reopened for the reception of com sianate Itself Wtiea the jolnu and eli*where, irrila-' ,
B information, on the infirmities and diseases deepseated"character of my disease, produced no Hag and laflamlng the delicate tissue* upon which It BOWUNG'AtLEYijBILUARD SALOON.
C Generative Organs. It addresses itself ,decided change. Considering this the well7earned utah 80 of nervous disease*,'of Impurity tbeblooa,'
.. Companion letvyen fiodcy and tht other, of the very as only ,Tbe reputation which this House &C3 "5SUBSCBIBES.
of deranged circulations, and nearly all the ailxieaai sir, s
alike to YOUTHMAN'HOOD and OLD AGE probable cure for my case, persevered until the has acquired, it U the intention of the present proprictor -' which afflict human
7Ail.4etp1ti&MonthJie. To all who apprehend or suffer under the dire disease was entirely cured. It is now over eleven to sustain. nature. TI1IE najjust aed.roaBAT
184t tie Lads-s? Bo<4 916 ,which months since the Now Is It not horrible to make and sell, sad rafatteavwtrit .L STRUT .Nrth from the .
IN gave pages consequences of early or prolonged indiscretions cure was completed; there is not Every accommodation\-wiU .be.: extended to til THe this '! : S :' j wvt vacw 4wa wvsT
is 116 man thin on,1 and ::148 more than the to all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary the slightest appearance of a return.* I therefore guests;'" Invalids, travellers, and others, will find SOURING, FERMENTING, ACID ', COW nor Liberty street, RssTOaATiv. Bowuso:
other Philadelphia. *ontly. He gave 281 engravings and baneful habits-to all who in addition to pronounce .nyse((WELL, and the cure entirety ef Ibis hoHise desirable. It is situated facing the south 'POUND'.' ALLEY, and BILUAX ]SAUM>K. .The'Establisk
OF S.
which Were twenty colored, and the victims fected by SANDS SARSAPARILLA ,P. TOWNSEND, meat has been fitted ntt entirely aid is
atnong declining physical energy, are of nervous at took no other with dark piazzas 175 feet long, with court new, open
tad he would
yard fala
ninety-taree fall pate--this wUeh ether.Godet't is. 136 more than and mental debility and of moping and mel medicine of.any kind during the time /was using In front,and protected from northeast winds. The Tnwnsend'yet O.weee hare Original It understood$*rs at the usual hoars t

one and 180 LMtji more than shall that ancholy despondency. Dr. K. would say- it, nor have I taken any$ince> rooms are eligibly situated, large, and airy, the ATION of bis Inferior nreparatlon It r THE; BAR

fofc fqrl&JQ surpass READ THIS BOOK. Please excuse this long deferred acknowledgment building fixtures,&o.,being new.The House,built Heaven forbid that we should deal la aa article which Has been supplied witiiMie choicest
ef 1849,and exceed all jfeagazines, past, present, The valuable advice and it which I think tiny duty to make Your of Wood, is lathed and plastered; &o. In a word, it would bear the most distant resemblance to 8. P.Tow beverages to suit Wvery-'j palate 'win 'bo liquors, and
? impressive warning
-11 sa.dto come., ;,, valuable Sarsaparilla cured me, with the blessing *" send'erf tW.f and which should brIne down upon the prepared,
Term Cash advance gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering, of Providence when is built expessly for the purpose. Old Dr. such a mountain load complalau and crimlaa with.despatch. The dkacadesof the c.aao trill-
in -postagt paid. divpe nothing elsecouU '
Thousands With the combined the best all times '
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and save annually of Lives. and I feel myself under many advantages present liens from Arents who have sold and purchaser wha supplie n- .t t *
JCABnriClHTAXD: CtfKHSlVX PEEMICMS. Parents, by reading it, will learn how to prevent 1 lasting obligations to you proprietress, Mrs. Davis, assures those patronizing have'used 8. r. Townsend' FERMENTING COM The.BUMara Table'W *
Club't the destruction of their children. can say many things cannot write, and .I do the house that her exertions will be toplease. r OUND.. -: .
Subscriber to a >r single Subscriber, most respectfully invite ladies afflicted as I have< We wish Itandentood lias been importejl enSessly t& the'Honse.'aadl'
ftv A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a letter Very respectfully, ,because lilt I the .truth,
'J *- may choose] different Engravingt addressed to DR. KINKELIN, ;i. W. corner been, to call.npon me,and I Will satisfy them fully THE PROPRIETOR.ST. that S. P.Townsend's article and Old Dr.Jacob Town is of the most beatiUfai4 construction, with air aad
One of the truth as :stated above, and, many other .nd'i Banaparilla are A avub tftrt med _, India rubber cushiojns.| .. ,_ .
- copy one yea? three dollars, with any two of THIRD & UNION Streets, between .AirQtTSTnca ; v r> fc. y-j
in reference to the et2O1'1sl9 JutimiUr that
things cose. ; they are unlike In every particular
cf tbe following splendid premium fl U> "Death Jc Pine PHILADELPHIA hSBO1n'Ins.asndBafla
s: Spruce will ensure a baring not one ilngle thing In common. ; r-jAV
- Bed of tbe Rev. Jobs Wmlvy" Wedey Preaching. book, under envelope, per return of mail.. .NANCY J. MILLER, .. Aa M. P.TOWBMWI.U BO doctor, and never waa; & & jraaaa. aadeteiy eoar**i

.la iast Gwen p Amphitheatre;" "America FIFTEEN YEARS 218 Sullivan street. State of Plprldai If asiavc County* ehcmlit no pharmaceutist knows no more of medicine niencefortheenUj' ? ?? *cwnfoxtofsattsi
.
Wisdom '**5en. ., disease than other S ,
Guided by: ; Taylor and Old er any common unseleniflc.'nnprnfos- has been provided, '
Whlteyj'("Uk.nffi of tfee Rev. John Wesley;" ef extensive and uninterrupted practice spent in S tiros! CELEBSATXD SARSAP AnitLA.-This ext CIRCUIT/dbVRT-iN'CHANCERY. slonat man*;what fr.ti4i cam the i public'-have that 71 cordially viU thlnoli liii. te'ean- .IiiE.1tsblism.ntuasug

MDo. of his Co-labour, tKe Ren John Fletcher." this city have rendered Dr. K. the most expert ceMent compound, which is creating inch a i uni. James Murray .-, ,. .i they aw nerving a genuine scientific medieiae. -eoac '
and successful practitioner far and versa interest throughout the Bui talnlng all the virtue of(he articles used la thai 1 s&aU spare &
the last two, then jh separate engravings, we near, in the country, has madi TS. :> ros. Dw cx.Sn'aa preparing It effort to
; treatment of all diseases of its successfuUyfeW the and which- are Incapable of caaoges, which might .: -;' :!.S f.:
I count M only one nrcmIiz *. a private nature. way favor of our)citizen 'M rrsv.;> .: r # na
IF Persons afflicted with nicer* the body throat and the people around us. We have read, jet them ;ite AGENT? of Disease Uitead Of health. 'JZZXil'3fefflOEBnxihe; k\.Tfr ,,
,I J4 Two copies fo rflr dollprs, and any two of the upon again UPON reading and filing the Bill of Com" !But what else should be expected from who know '
I LI above prints to cub jubidriber. pr legs, pains In the bead or bones, mcrcuriairheumatism. and again of the efficacy of this valuably medicine in tbu'cause,,and upon reading the otklag eompitntivelr'of medicine or dliease one r It tf.J
reqnlre -
,f strictures, .gravel,, disease arising -but not until recently .hav0fw had i any affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant that % a |*rsin.ofinui. experIence toeooasd serve '
1! Flv.co1uJorLandoIl.fsanda.nextracoof. from youthful excesses or impurities of the'lilo d, positive proof which could induce,us to :speak the said Defendant reside in the State of Georgia. even a tnminon decent nie l. How much mnt* iainer at, % DRUGSCHMrnAL$ &c

- tbepenon sending tbe Clo>. whereby the constitution has become enfeebled, fairly of it. 'But;from facts In .possession, we
Eleven copies for twenty nollars, and an extra are all treated with success. .. i_ are now well convinced that, without *uy:exoep* the facts charged therein, at the Court-Housa in. =*:%:1- ? Jif" to.i --' .fTO USIcI.N DagoGa'rAxDw

copy of the Book,'cad taf,three of the above tn- He who" places himself under the care of Dr. K., tion;it is.the SAFESTPLEASANTEST,) and BEST the County or Nassau,,Wednesday' the 22d vrxAx.sToiucus; AKD XNTXx>ua> TSTEid :' vst n
may religiously confide in his honor compound ever offered to the public for the : .i.l.-* should know tbainedicul
/ graving UUi. p r Any person" sen agf>e dollars in advance and confidently rely upon his skill as a physic of all chronic diseases, rheumatism_ani: scrofula |4odLtttfwrtktr; deedTbatseopyof this, Nit manner of teeuring and Ciineentnting their bea'llvlrtnes.
S mbscripUoB for ;win U entitled to, ." T and ail impurities ,of,.the blood,,,'together with! Order published in some newspaper.printed in Mini an extensive knowledge ef tbe various dIe-

seyfourpfth. IoiU&sI Ocy Persons' at a distance may address Dr., K. ,many other complaints; ',T \ : f> j tHil'District for at least three months before the SasS mneille* which ta thetadUeuxe atfect the J'i'1 iTMam.and*- -i *bnw.to'** -***'adapt>* ., ChemIldTaInt.OuI,' iy
-I 1I by letter (noat-vId.,) and be cured at home.'PACKAGES .' It hum long been 'remarked'that'ttie1 ag'e'lone iahId.4sy ofMav next.t' :vj i'.; ;t: .s .Il,1s40'4arreM frauds mpe&the fotmnaiio.'pem GIwa,1FcrfunieryiPMent

& tt tJfo1'eanhrnoirkbrazoIe; ; !:: of MEDICINES .DIREC "nostrums and nostrum-venders," that we :, nO.. DOUGLAS, 'Jidgel&a. blm Into wounded hunmnity. v> kindle hops U tbe epatrlBg Having opened a.w Ot$ N. 11iaV*

+ Fovtwin oflaii b adjrance.leB'eopies"off tho TIONS, &e.forwarded by sending a remittance, hardly dare recommend ft valuable--discovery1- PrcuzRsoN, Solicitor for Cornp1sinanLNoyernbeZ,1S19a : ** .Wrutor* health and bloom, and vigor with' fuDy F

Lady's Book wjll b senL-and-.s of either of and ut up secure from from, DAMAGE. ORj ". ithe Medical Science,JegjUjre jeopardictt ourrepnUtiSSfor ..ter z,1. I Into th.crushed and broken and to banish Infmlrv that cines,w

id* above nagnlfieat jtrittfi'sent copy RI tSITY. ; ;- Incredulity and consistency; but b this '_ "r 01.0115. JACOB TOWNSEND has SOUGHT sad soniasiextend ear aitock a e1sewb.
i to each subseriUr flCj.Booksellers, New* .Agents, ,Pedlars,, Canvassers instance we hesitate nor to hazard the-remark ) I ; s FOUND tbe opportunity and means to bring his dt sflitb.pnrnasui ,,,
I- aad u extra copy of.Uie Lady's Book and an and all others supplied .withthe: above which we have made abo w ,. ., j .E. _' Ctt 's OzrjcxMas&idv IsQmfnty* Grand;. uiversaL Concentrated promWngnue their a sy eidivpnej
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IV ngraving to tI pm n sjndiog the< Club. They to V* psIge. UeeU t* a fenmiM
en la fJI cues seW which they please. work at very low rates. |. S iHartford Review.-,. f I, C. O. .Besseht; Clerk'of the Circuit Court ? -<, 4't ,- ., Reniedy; K >c : tin. Drags sad-MediQi eaat>.,aa liberal terns M aay:

For thirty dollar* vs *C1 send ten copies! of the I : for the County of Nassau.'do hereby certify! that withIn the reach:and to the knowledgeitrali who aeei other OOttflO'' U vOO Haj" JMldi aiO lalsjAfiutVtaaZsADsta% *4s
Bookj and of the JACKSOHVILLESECOND. J ., 'S the above is a.true copy of theorIgs1Ore.g .t,that ably may liars and aaow; bj toyful expeitoace.Transcendent R451131eI'IO .e.roantsM wish
tbfrtyjppler1qt any above enSUtjft 4u,
-.1* jtA-r.
5iwi'tJ
I4j on file in office.' ttJi4$ : $ .g ., '1
my 4' *
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) gaYIRgL 4 ; .. The to119wng ; fetter CZ :
? rflIIIE .TERflCof .-Institution! : Power to : In itrrkiY'4nfktbT the pfeptU&aiM bjeln lfeniarPiysV5cUn'afford
mtmWri*f,*h. Lad-'sBook JL received,frpijj,r Irs. Beyanwho I t had ( have t'ereunlo'sst ; { Ope
twenty- v. will commence on'Monday.next, September ; beer
Office
hand and univat tbere Principal 101 .Naaanitj
.me sea being anvpje.fsftraa
i no seal pf *** i.the'g"e'tequaliI
..st&f j s -4&parlorprtot.! 8d. Each quarter-12 weeks-at original,rates. afflicted Several years with Scrofulous Ulcers tho.) this 15th da of.,sauarA D 1! articte.
1650 thet.a1'Ukba.M.T:
c *w
Tb abort > JFor tale
,4 | are Ic 'The When iMjmeiut it' made.ttrtctlyiti.ndvanct, Dyfcpepria; fccVarid fwnQfjug;afcUon1'of :ic..o. BES8E Clerk. j by FERNANDEEr8tntjjr tSE : "Tsqe.t1W17 fn4 cruulita.aM
I Death'bed of Wse;",oUios many portraits; Misses win be received for*a.Jperiod of U weeks (v. 1 ] :
merchantaiwha.
eb.7'4 tl'cM. : : y-wift to becoma Agena
'-Weriey-praachinrin IApbItheMre'trcon.L3 in each term at the $following rates i '. 8tort che# **WTV f, ? .' j 'e4 tie ; ,' '.5 .. .t,., S # ., CtkbrsAwdfrJamilyr.t fort

tolas hundmf of Bjnre*, jnd .cost one thousand ReadingWritmg; Arithmetic, and OrthograP RaIZepbrg! ia.. ec;.13, l845; !: 4 ,di-.3OBlPEINTING.

_ -_ I Bve bnadred doflarV to Bgrar* it "America I. 1 *- -": i>7,' ",>,7 1 lxosTh ) ; Messrs. A. B.T __ Ufoe, I eosenoed flsflrnItid flIe ; .... iu4 sd I4dNss.. ,

Guided by Wlsdomjf s very Urge line engraviae. afcore, witn Oeograpby w>4 Wstory, LO0 Wing your SMttparipa/iny'supr1ags w o ii. ..k&tatlonQbt ; nu tA. iftIcs .d nPOPD4 '
eyer7Ldtdrltlon4 :
ind cost one Uwusandjeizht.Hundred dollars TbeMwith-JSnWi GrMtt randataral most past exjjresriwJwvt&ri.ulcerated .

to encrar*. / Central Tajrlor and Old VVnJtey 8cIczee.Included.J ;1 had a dreadlol c ngb&nc there ompIattIy 4ginersip.asomcnto ,fx>Qtt and sIOO4 REP7B1JC4M ? .. ..' ,,S 4"f"i U'iO4
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ii one of the Jargett tb4an.ral TayloV prtiite; % 1 'S!
i vv vwMvt & $j&
"y WUM* A VUUJ store bf"April
l ni It KWtJhQtbtn.lilft l patatfog ot.*: ti1t 30-tf,TtJflflW .T .( A.y.n'T 4 abort a whfsye aji dtiataft 1r cla.-i1tt t5t,4S and pjo 0) wl1ke e '


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