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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 23, 1850
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
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own constitution and THE REPORT. won f'
COMPROMISE
'" BOSTON, April SGtb, P. M. th0 r.u.the nation,.she is bund and persons ..wojonjy'of,rna-thei.i.co a eommittee StA nto'tit11nsuL conceive .that {both n wa"DO would Be:winingrto.Tote:::fOr tion'of this;concesslwKnqntsn by..oJ tbs.; t jN ptasr. ST -' -

'Mr. Webster arrived at the Dj pot a little a bound in the the duty,' ftopm xrom tn 1an TBirt* ii. any irregularity ,by.-which ,thai State wasorganized united to yote'.oat but woaW fee themselves constrained a ai ht.withoafafti' &bc '
I., a disagreeable duty. We'call 'herto without the the California" if any claim sbVhasbev'iiidtha"eroposed ; '
before LYe o'clock, and was driVen to th upon previous authority of it.too&ineEach: -
discharge that duty as an of high morals Mr. CULT.., Mr.President,"1 aY risen to an act of Congress ought 'to be:overlooked : partyfinds in the boundary;thai ia ; to any
Revere House in an open Ijarouche, accompanied and ar bill,which i( favors aomething"whicb' commends .; part of New Mexico. .'But : jlla- '
high principii. \ show to her, present. to the Senate ,a Report. from ,theCmittee in consideration of theomissio* 6y Congress -
by a large crowd, and with'great'; en- and we ask t upon the perform of Thirteen which'was cr to establish any.Territorial 'government for something it to'which acceptance and in; the other taco oft sentiment UI .'
it disapproves true erality, the bill .tor JierrelinqnUhment '
thusiasm. of that proposes :
ance duty, though It be a disagree app the people of California, and the
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ground therefore
consequent ,r ,: of
able some weeksagu. the objection to the of anysach: elpecuniary .. i
As Mr. Webster D.:'K. duty. Anyman can perform an agree- necessity which tbey.were-under to create a union of the
approached, Curtis is
able but The report ,is'of some. length, sir, and measure not any ,want of equivalent.: As'acns&.rstioa: .
addressed him: Tbat his fell citizens duty, it is not every man who can government' for themselves :.best adapted to affinity between them, but because the favor for itaid considering 'thatpo4tih" r.- .
perform a disagreeable Any man canto there,have been erasures and alterations their own wants. There areyirious'nstances .0 ,
disfavor 'with
had assembled there to welcome .blm home. dut. sm or which
: | they are respec debt ofTeus'wuertatecl o&a C.IOber ;
These were not politicians but they had what is is altogether pleasant. The question in it ; and. therefore, (the Senate will prior,to the case of California, ; of tively,regarded., :In this conflict of opinion, creditors of the', duties' on frejqnpons:i ;

.known h-s worth and had gathered! together two centuries, whether of Massachusetts civilization: renowned, improved for by allow .me, 'there,may be.some:expediency 'in the without admission previous new States into the Union it seems to a majority of 'the committee. that transferred by the" resolution;of! ''btJ OA

to greet him. Here were some of the North it If thereis any authorization by.Con a spirit of'mutual'conc enjoins that to the United Stales.:and 'nwrcyer" -:
her no objection,
reading
intellectual The -
her
of character, mighty in mysl. gress. sole condition'required by'the the two measures should '
ern laborers whom we had heard so much. be, connected together receivable ,ia their treasury, i :4ajocitt of :
moral power cuous before the world, I will. do so. Constitution of the United States'in "
Where was there a Northern main: who was conop respectto ; ..the effect of which will be, that committee reeomm.ndthepsp3ettoth.! -
not a laborer and they were Fe I ihlt of his a leading State in.this country ever since it "The Senate's Committee of Thirteen, to the admission of a new State is,',that its neither opinion will exclusively triumph.. sam of miJlioos'of/, dbw&;&TeXas,

efforts to promote and defend tbr lat>or of was a country): a leading Suite in the. Union whom,were referred various, resolutions constitution shall be republican in form.-i and that both may find in such an amicable to be applied in the firstinstant .ilA'tht'ex: "

the country; they were aware lijfet the internal ever since it was a Union;-the question is relating California to other portions of California,presents such a constitution' ;.and arrangement enough of 'good to reconcile unction,of that portion heri&U lot Jte '

4. ) improvement of the ciiuntr.hal; found whether Massachusetts will shrink from, or the .territory recently acquired by' the there isnodonbrof her.having' A greater them to the acceptance of the:,cooobinec reimbursement of(which'tie datiefc on foreign -
\ him able come t a fan and reasonable and moderate population than that which, according to the measure.': And'snch' of imortswer&
in an advocate; they 'knew also United States from the Republic of Mexico a course legislation pledged as'fore'4an&th. :
1 wten'we were in danger of vtar. with a performance, of her sworn oblixtions1! I and to other subjects connected with practice of Government;has been heretofore is not at all unusual., Few laws have ever residue in inch manner.as she i D'fT.direct.-. ;
: his think she.I (Cheers.) Sir, question is deemed sufficient to receive a new State passedin which there to The said 18 to.be
:''. powerful country, wise and Well-directed the institution of slavery, have, according were not'parts sum paid ;Ualied
<:. efforts had s.chutt will stand to the into the Union.. ?' .. which exception was taken. It Is States in' stock to'be ueat ,
preserved the peace atjd harmony to order, bad these, resolutions and subjects t inexpe a DC .
. ,: of the country: he knew also that we were truth against tempat: on-whether she will under consideration, and beg leave to oftm'''fn regard to the. prnposemiboundaries dient, if not impracticable separate these per',cent, interest :annually;,b1.1ia" ..:a1t
all citizens of one great country! and that he against temptation-whether she willdefend submit the : C CaTTrSmia the eomm.tfee-1I'Ould; have parts, and:embody them in distinct bills so yearly at the treasury of tM $&. ,

4 the friends ofhe Un'on: were thfcir friends*; her* .f aga Itt her own prJuJlc8.She "The committee flowing rpr the been glad if there existed mOn full and accurate as to accommodate the' diversity of i opinion and the principal reimbursable : etuof -, -
dischargeof '
ha conquered everything in her time: geographical knowledge of,the' territory which exist. The Constitution of fourteen ':
the iIS '
that there was.one great party i$:which all their duties with of their may years : .
a deep sense i r.
were united, and that was the party of the she ha conquered this ocean which was her which thpse boundaries include. There United States contained in it a great variety "According to'an estimate wh'e hU*G

;. Union;and that they were unite/inexpress shore; she ha conquered her inflexible climate great solicitude importance arrive and.with such earnest conclusionsas .and anxious is reason to believe that large as, they are, pf pro' vision?,,to some of which ,serious ob made. there are included ''in : : ; ;10 .
; she lia fought her way to the universal : to at they embrace no jection'was made in convention which it ia
i ing their high consideration: of hs} efforts to be the Senate and ( very disproportionate which proposed that tbea'i -
preserve the constitution. They*&knew that respect of the world; she has conqueied might satisfactory to to quantity of land a lapted to cult1! atin.- formed it by different members of that body; quish her claim embraciag { i
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there were many conflicting: inflifence' every bo I lys prejudices but her own;-the the countr'*' Most of the matters refere And It is known that'they'contain extensive and when it'was submitted to'the rat fication Mexico lyin.*'east of the Rio (e,aVKfcle

attempt t. reconcile which fail any question fs whether she will conquer her have been not only subjected to ranges of mountains deserts of samU and of the States, some of them objected to some less than 124,933square a about

meet with the disapprobation couldlnot of a of to own prejudice.- I shall return to the Senate and serious public discussion throughout the much unproductive soil. It might have ,I parts, and others to other parts of the same 79,957,120 acres of land.. : e pro .
portion debate in the it
but Senate '
the community, but they were n&' about to to put that question to her in presenceof country, to a f been, perhaps better In have assigned to instrument. Had these various parts /I ceedsof the sale of this lei, United
self. for its elaborateness and its
begin to distrust one who l'eforetiey that common mother who shall deal it to singular Californian more limited front on the Pacific; provisions been separately acted on in the Stated may ultimately' be *',p'orL

born, had secured the confidence the were community her heart. (Cheers ) In the meantime: let those duration motives; s that and a views full:which exposition, on the of all-I but L ,even, .if. _there hal been. reserved_ on the convention. or separately submitted to the tion- if not-the whote'o'' the' what
and had ever since maintained it." me repeat that I tread no step backwards. several snore oi mar ocean portion of the boun'I lary people of the United States,it is hy-no means is thus proposed to be .advanced itO ''. .
At the conclusion of Mr. Cnrtis's! remarks. (Cheers.) I am devote to the restoration of subjects confided!to cummilee have which it presents for any other State or certain that the constitution itself would "It cannot be anticipated that.U"wiU .

Mr. Webster rose in the carriage and prace, harmony), ad out of Congress determined the conclosinz they States it i is not very certain that an accessi ever have, been adopted or ratified. Those decline to accede to these, i'-Hberal.|propositions
received with loud cheering- after the noW was and such a degree of mutual cooperation have arrrived. seems quite unnece ry.- ble interior: of sufficient extent could have who did not Ike; particular provisions founj but if i she should, it is to'bet 'distinctly .
] restrict themselves
had in some manner subsided he in Congress a may enable it once more They will therefore. and to a been given to them to render an approach to condensation'other parts of it. And in nn-lerstool that thetitle of the'UcSted;Slates

to say that it was with great pleasure proceeded that to carry on the operations of Government. few general obsrvatio8 those to Mime reflections the ocean through their own limits of any all cases of constitutions and laws when either to any territory acquired: from':.Mlxico: ;'eiut .

be met so large an assemblage! of Jiis friends The union for the preservation of which I \ grow subject very great importance. i ii* presented as a whole the question to of the R:o Grande will .leouin"aajopaored
ata time when bis private affa'rs had called, strive-the union of the States for which I Out of our recentTerr.torial, the a uilitions. "A majority of the'imHtee think that be decided, is, whet her the good itcoitains is and in the same condition ''as if ':proposals i.5f.

him from the seat of government his strive is not merely a union: of law, of constitution and in connexion Yil there are many an 1 urjsnt .concurring coo.- not of greater amount, and does not neutra!- of adjustment DOW: 'offered lad:I peter .
home. As have said, sir, sLd, o he.own of compact but while it is that, it slavery, questions grave have Ilnunl sideratons! in favor: of a I n'ttin: Gil fornia ize anything exceptionable: in it. And as been male. > I it"-: "' 1
you -
duties of the winter in the public'councils the is a union of brotherly regard, of fraternal which, greatly dividing and a with the proposed boun,laries. an I of securin nothing hunan !is perfecClor the sake of that "A majority of the committee,Recommend
the have been ; of feeling throughout the whole country. I people of the United! States, have threatenedto to her at this time the benefits of a StateG harmony so desirable in such a.confederacyas to the Senae that the section''containing
country arduous. 'I'am;: sorry do wish that of the disturb the harmony if not to endanger: wenment. If. hereafter be reconciled these Texas shall be I ,
to those arduous duties ari not any portion peopleof import an increaseof this we must to secure as proposals to j acorpbrad -
., with.say I not done this country shall feel held together only the safety, of the Union. The co.nm.ttee i' her population a more thorough expora.t'nn I much a* we can of what we wish, and be into the bill embracing the.aditusstoa .
am to that
the
. of the sorry say have ijublic affair by the bonds of a legal 1 corporation, bonds believe it t be highly de"il.ble and necessary of her territory an I an ascertainment: of console I by the reflection that what we do California as a State, tbeTestiblishment '.

. .-. much country towards not yet made so which some of them may think restrain their speedily to adjust all those quent.on ii. the relations:: which may arise between the j t not exactly like is a friendly conce ion, and of Territorial. Governments, for ;Utaa0AndE 1-

,.,,' as progress to remove all a the satisfactory\fjry adjustment t- limbs, cramp their affections, gall and worry a spirit cncrd, and u a manner to produce people! occupying ill Var'Olli parts, it shouldhe acr.eeahl to those who, bsin; UIted: : with New E Mexico. The, 'definition ahdfest&blishment -

has been felt about an which them: on the contrary, that they shall be if practicable general &ai. faciio.i.- (nun I conducive to the'r convenience: an i us 'n a cp nmon de tiny, t is durable nbouK of the boundary bet.Csz :N.W
the
adjustment of bound soft They think it would be unwise to leave to form State of live w.th in and Mexico aad! Texas has intimate aod"
the tether by those unseen, easy happiness a. new out Ca'ifnrnia I always us peace concord.UA an necessary
eubject under discussion-rbat t' feel sitting chain that result from generous a any of them open and unsettle.!, to fester in we have every reasonto helve, majority of the co.n-n ties have, therefore connexion with the establi&iuasat ,
:
" now to to say.that there i igjtreason j to ectons, and!from a sense of common intereht the public mind, and to prolong, i lot ag from past experience,, that the quenion b.'ei Ie i t( the recu n'n >i lation to the a Territorial Government for New! Mexi o.

that hope, reason expect lurtbfrfterfon'l and common pride.In I Jrvate the existing agitation. I 1a'been i its! adui&sion:: will be fairly considered and r Senate that the two measures be united.Th .- To form a Territorial Government; New

. where generous disagree comparison! : short, fellow cltizen1 my desire and :. therefore, in this report, make justly decided. !' b'II for establishing: the two Territories.it Mexico without prescribing the'limits of "
we
improved state of w.1 feeling the ,I my labr is to see stt of things pro such proposals and 'rrmen Jaliol: a- ':A .majority of the committee: therefore, i: will: be observed, o nits the Wilmot proviso the Territory,'would leave the:wWk. rct '

of which all : reproduction which, filling hOOmsvitb gratitude would accomplish a general adjustment. of recommend to the Senate the p-vw.i' e of the on the one han I, aid. 0:1: the other ( and i incomplete, and might einc .w
S useful of our expectations of all hearts with joy-illu-ninating all all those questions. bill reported by the Committee on Territoriesfor ma'ces no Iroyi'oll for the intro I action of Mexico to nerious controversy, iffot daoze-

,j- discharge useful public' dUL-l{ our ex faces, stealing through all ranks of people, Among the subjects referred to the committee the a (mission of California as a Sate; into slavery into any part of the new Territories. rous collisions with the State ofvlTexai-r-

'l;. pttonsof feel sir. that I.ftanifrrj) t depend. whether rich or poor, whether North, South, .which command their first atentol, the Union.; To 'prevent i. misconception That proviso has been the fruitful source of And most if not alt, the considerctiotrf bkh
of ], the presence Kant or West, there exist the for are the resolutions offered to the hy the committee also recommend that the detraction! and a. itatio; :i. If it were a'lopte I I 'unite in favor of.combining the b$, far/; the p

'.> my friends. I must regard this all our suffering, the.hal great solaceol bam the Senator from Tennessee, Mr. Bell. By amendment reported by the same comm ttf'e and applied to any Territory it would cea.ieto Imission 'California as a.,St Ui .and"-the

gathering a the 'personal tribo'eof'! ., your ical camtiel: ; in the and glorious future a provision in tne resolution of Congress: to the bill be adopted so as to leave incontestable have any obligatory' force as soon as such Territorial bills,' apply to JJouadary: 4 f.
: : -( welcome to me. Von do not WfToime the and that is a love grCat of an united Govern annexing Texas to the Unite! Slates, it the right of the United States to the Territory were aimtied a* a State into the question Texas. By ,the i t'uniibk 1o{|the
i. politician, and this is not an opportunity for declared that new States size, public domain and other public property h. Union. There was never any occasion foi three measures every qaeation ottrlU lty

; dilufn those qlltlonshh, *q r ag ae ment.Mr.. Webster not exceeding four in number, in addition to California."Whilst. it, to accomplish the professed object with and division: which has arisen out' t the'Ur-
closed amidst
:f the commanty anal the governnknqiies. I; vociferous said State of Texas and having sufficient a majority of the committee: believe which it wu originally offered. This ha ritorial acquisitions from.Mexico; ;till."itJhoted. -

" tions which leave little rep in* the in'nd cheering which lasted for some moments. population, may hereafter, by the consent of it to be necessary and propjr.. under been clearly demonstrated by the current ofnf be aljosted, or placed in. g traiiitof

: of any intelligent man can 4 ie some The mee.in being in the open air, the vast sid Stt be formed out of the Territory) actual circumstances to adm.t: California, events. Caiifoi: nia, of all the recent Ter- satisfactory adju.tment.The. wsmnittee, -
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} probability that their discussion and! adjustmentmay ; crowd, in their anxiety sae and hear the thtreo shall He entitled ,to admission they think it quite at necessary.an I properto ritorial acquls; tions frou Mexico, was that availing themselves of tht ardnoas'and vila- -
: end in favor of the :Mwpf'r$ ty. t under the provision of the Federal constitution establish ; able labors of the Territories
* government.* for .the residue of in which, if aay where within them, the in- Committee on ,
rushed
1 peace, kappinef and continued un.Ip f,f the shaker, : upin the repor.ers' tables :an such Stales a.- may) be formed out the territory'.derived from'Mexico,' and to trolucton of slavery was Dost likely o report a,bill, herewith annexed; (nu&kecl.) -- '
country Gentlemen I have felt jiC my duty and entirely stoppe 1 the operations of most of portion of said territory lying south bring it within the pale of the Fe leral an- take place : and the constitution of California embracing those three measures, th&passage

on a late occasion to make an effosrt to I rir', of them. Bouquets were showered upon Mr. of 36 deg. 30 north latitude.commonly thority. The remoteness of that territory by the unanimous vote of her convention of which, nailing themtogethert4ete.commend : { ; -
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abut *ome'amelioration of that eirjjtedeel- W. by the ladies as the barouche passed be- known a the Missouri cmpromi' line, from the seat of the 'General Government ; has expressly interdicted it. There is to the Senate.'t' ,- t.a't
n this; subject which |*rralen jthe vo heath the windows. shall be admitted into the or the dispersed state of its population ; the the highest degree of probability that Utah "1be committee,will nOw prnct4-to le '

'J:. pie of.the country everywhere, N1rth ] without slavery, as the people of each State variety of races-pure and mixed-of which and New Mexico will, when they come to consideration, and .to',report':'o&n'the

, South t male an effort also! to restore the asking admission may desire.' it consists; the i ignorance of some of the be admitted as States, follow the example. subject of persons owing. service oriabofrtn V
G\rnm nt to its proper capacityfor! discharging Mr. Kii.g'. "The unanimously of is all these State into another" 'Thiit
Reprt commitee'ar races of our laws language, and habits ; The proviso as to regions in one escaping.i .
. the proper business the. tountrIt \ Mr. Thomas Butler Kin('i Report on the opinion, wheneer one or more Stts their exposure inroads and wars of savage common, a mere abstraction. Why should of the constitution jsquite clear:1io'; "person -

,. me say it i, unable to dinrbftrge that resources of California gives great satit-fac- formed out of the Territory. tribes; and the 'solemn stipulations of the it be any longer insisted on 1 Totally destitute held to laborer service one mate, i&der -

: that it may regain thatj'rapacity.there tion to the Administration, and will be greedily exceeding four, )living sufficient population, treaty by which we acquired dominion over as it is of any practical import, it has, the laws thtTto./*scap.ing.intq. pinotnirv S

i is a necessity for an effort l>oiJj, in Congress sought for by the public, not only in the with the consent of Texas, may apply to b them-impose upon the United States the nevertheless, had the pernicious effect to excite shall in coaseqnehce of any bw'cf pegaaioit .:

and out of Neithty'yaii nor United States but wherever else! the Jove of admitted into the Union they are entitled t imperative obligation of extending to them 'serious, if not alarming, 'consequences. therein be discharged from sdc&'iMrvice .

I shall see th. legislation of the Cttnlrlr.! nnvety; and the thirst for gold may exist.In .- such admission beyond all doubt, upon protection, and of providing for them government It i is high time that the wounds which it has or labor, but shah ,bt detivertd j ba tae

' ceed in the (i harmonious addition to the particulars which I gave clear, unambiguous, and absolute term and laws suited to their condition. inflicted should be healed up and closed ; claim of the party to whom:snch I| caiOf

i discufsions Congress and out,ofjConres.s yeteray.! I may "tte that the Rrport will I the solemn compact contained in the resolution Congress will fail in the performance of a and that to''avoid, in all: future time, the labor may be due.. Nothingca4'e3e

upon the subject to which you harealiitJed.hall Occupy something like eight columns of our of annexation adopted by CnKe high duty if it does not give, or attempt to agitations which must be produced by the explicit than this' tanguagenotug'e ,

"f be some wa\suppressed. Thke[) that city papers. I g'ves; m;nute information a and assented t by Texas. give, to them the benefit of such protection conflict of opinion on the slavery question manifest than the right to deman tfmhQe

truth home you,and tak itI f"trulb.- to the agricultural capac.tiesof of the country. committee! conceive that the right of aJmmsSian government and l laws. They are not now, existing as this institution does in some of obligation to deliver up to the c1alrs1iny

Until Eomelliinz! can b to ijlay'' the The wild oaU of region grow ,sponta- into the Union of any new States carved, and for long time to come may not be prepared the States, and prohibited as it is in others such fugitive. And the constituudi.d4i'e1- >:

feeling now JJrtinJ men of ilipi llltion" neoiiijy, all yield forty bushels of groin to out of the territory of Tea not exceeding for State government. The territorial the true principle which ought to regulate ses itself alike to the States colDiFI 4Union

there can nlful or si(>fartory the acre. The pasture* are extensive the an the condi form, for the present, is best suited to their the action of Congress i in forming Territorial and to the General GoyerndAtMIf, -
nU'her'spcfed
I lei !aton in the two houe;of Co:(rer .- r*ch. and cattle and sheep raising may ant : b justly controverted, condition. A bill has been reported by: tbeCommittee. Governments for each newly-acquired! domain indeed,'there were any difference iatneTdaty|

,Mr. and gentlemen the a uuimon- earned to a vast extent. KnterpriMs: are aleady the committee do not thak the formation on Territories dividing all the is to refrain from all legislation on the to enforce this portion, of the constitlottbe.tween i HI
wealth' of Mal.hukth, has dony(,me theJhonor on fnot for raiding ca>tle and ,wool! of any such 'new States should 'now territory'acquired from'MexicWriot" 'compre- subject in the Territory acquired,'so long'as the States and the Federal Cottfra. :<5I

to repreM iu:,live.; A rowing. Fro.n Mexico, a vat number ofi4ieep originate with CngS. The initiative, in hen.led within the" limits of California into it retains the Territorial form of Government men! it is more clear that it is'.1.'t.siJtoltCAaormer .
,repres rat,velt in C, rt' J are to be iniroJuceJ. conformity e which ban her.- two Territories under the names of 'New leaving it to the people"of such Territory, ( than of the latter. But it is He duty

I : 'bare believed. that. rhe would appr4n.i
aT.hont, cautious: and sincere fli to four dollar* a heal. ald their hide* were the of the people of temslye desirous Territorial,Government.The .wbicq., entitles them to admission as a State, .:testable that citizens in slaveholdlitt&Slates 4
;- alliy' )tbe.'Jiscuwon: whih'e 4* Anongcnepf chief article l of ,from Ca:iforata.- of constituting 'a'new Stt the committee recommend to"the Senate to decide for themselves the question of the encounter the greatest difficulty in Sttilrfig i

,; 0 the people! nf the countrj, 14 j rntore tow. the cattie ePr high price for the consent of T xas. And in ra ion of establishment of thciS'Terrir rial 'G v' allowance or prohibition of domestic slav rr. the benefit of this provisiorlof-the bbstitaion. .

Congress to its Constitutional cajt .city' for consumption', of l influx of popu.ation, all such new' Slate, it will, be' 'toe the people ernment ; and, in 'oider more certtinly to secure The committee believe that they,express the .: The attempt to recapture a fiigltitils

action. ,I have bleYd that Maak chusetts of whom are bent on pursuits otner than agriculture composing it to decide themselves whether that desirable object, ,they,.a'sorecom-! ', anxious desire of an immense majonty'of the almost always a subject' of great'j Irritation
'would snjiport represenatiyt! j, in that i and cattle. Toe actual they willalinitor will exclude slavery.- mend that the bill for their establishment be people of the United States, when ;they declare and excitement and often lead.to Most vhIeasant -. .
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course. I nave bliee that a gerl uentlmentof jopulatioii i in ro"'I. is now a hundred And however they may decide that purely incorporated i in the bill for -the admission, of that it is high time that good feelings, >! if not perilous collision i;- :"Utn *&- .

r ,(he country ] favor and twenty thousna I, and tie! immigrationfrom .municipal question. Congress bound to'a California and that, united together/they. harmony,' and'fraternal sentiments ''should pr'oF a slave' it'.is qUlte'.notorloa4 tannot

,a encourage their etibru in it; aij f have all parl ol the wrH) 1 will, w.thsn a quiesce, an I to fulfil in good faith the stipnations both be passed. '. be again rev ved .and,:that the Government p nllle his property for the.'purport cf toecovery

'te'M"faio': f believe, .aiij h In that first of May next ad I a popu- of the compact with Texas.. "The combination of the two measures in should be able ,once more, to proceed ;in its in some of the States,'with. aP imminent '
jfCbeerd.] rear I of two hun Ird I thousand ; -to promote the.happiness personal hazard. This is iP pteraIe -
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no b.di There will 'The committee are aware that it ha been the same bill is objected.j to on: vanous great operations ;
However may that effort thaI re bewantel ,for the .uhabitntf,1during, contended,that the resolution, of Congress ground It ,is'Mid! that they are.incungru- and prosperity of the country,. undisturbed Ie state of things which ought to bVf w*e-
pea[renewed ceriizj-fn/ thatcpure: ofpacification name year. two bU'IJrd thousand bead the annexing Texas is At a for ous and have 'no necessary cornexoiiwtneachn&er. by this distracting 'cause.As ." died. The' law,of 1793 banbe*,t!foaM
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1 shall persevere of unconlttution'al. r committee '- for California-far from feeling hersensibilitjalfected \vholly ineffectual, and requires'i fflottlttin- .
: regalesA| cattle: mor; than Ca 'Cora: ran' supp'y.Prom .- mer epoch of our there ?A majority of the ', .
,.1:l perianal coneqtir crs. (Thr'yhall ;th tr.4.] I the.Atant.c: p >rK be sh pjied to2aliforn'a. those (and Mr. Jeflersbn,under whose think otherwise. "Theobject of'boihmea*. .by':her being associated tent enactments.. There i* espeiut-a
minister 'o ,j J'rejuJic iuairapport during me:.me )year, flour to the the treaty''of conclu urea, ;is 'tbe ,el5tabls1'nel1t'! .Gjvernment '
noagiiation'f tbe'r fmbiiJat. : auspices LujJianaf :of the ; and be bigb'y gratified that. in entering authorized.to afibrd aid in-l4li- -
hiving on value of four tniU .. io real, boalyabt ,; (Laueliter and the value of six millions,: and two million.* I States\a formed among tem Louisiana could not proposed new Slate anil of the'new Territo into the Upon, she,may. have contributed ore ant arrestof fwrjtives., yTiQo4iz&a1es;: Shave .
I that maft.trthe thi tHiiisfer'tristhe; United to the tranquility and happiness of?.the declined afiord aid: and coofi n.4ioa '.
t AI in other aricle.The supplies :'of 4Rmb r received into 'tb' Union without an ries. PriOr t 'the* .
'. passions.rptingtle Norttifrom: the must continue to'come from the Atlantic amendment .of the constitution.'But, the States they both.,(formed. ;a part'of.Mexico' great family of States, of \". 'it:is to b? in the surrender of ngitives 'froa.i *r.ss -

.JSdttth: may t1th4 roof of a long as the labor, required for cut States of Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas and where they stood to equal relations ..to.th. hoped, she may one day be -a distinguished the co-nmittee' believe frorom'jniscoafceptwnf

:a37w0Lb b'tr.i may 'teranyhndment: prt lumber: in California shall, cost over Iowa[ have been all nevertheless ad,nitte; ,I. G'i irnn'rne I nt of 't:1\1'RtiJltblc: : ." They:yctr* member. '.f- their! duty arising uade It ia?tht> CoztatioaofthiUniteJ !

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:whi "jocr tbe""a itatiduj in the seventy dollars a thousand.. And who would now"think of opposing the both cede.! to the United Sutes'bjr tha; sama j{ S"The committee be; leave next to report States tmeiision thjde. .
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of the Court ffjJJnsd;
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mini !f ; 'in1:1th' sane'.article.of'thaitreaty -on the subject of the northern and western Supreme
a DIJet jbeers.] Some idea may be formed of the value of admission of Minesota. Oregon cr other new treatr. And colJD.tenalltOt.tq 1 _jIG -
.bir,1 this a4tccatJon| the inim, the United States aolem! ily eig'ire1.to boundary of'#vTexa -.that1qQestion' a Statesjhasgiven ,
belic1a gold region its extent, as,it Slates formed out of the ancient province of their.assistance, tB"% '
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: ,lor 1i J confes$ tht, if can he.traced on the, Mr'King' describes Louisana,>upon the'*' round of,.aAilleged protect and govern bjthn Canvnoajn.ttheT; great .diversity -opinion viewofit\ has prevailed.According tbs western-. mittee withholding cannot.but believe that* ;th.Iifla' S

tht4rcmstanceigav e i11opjmr.tupity. : it as rising from the river Sacramento original defect of'constitutional ll*power 1 (In igifiTcam m ,ii i iin'theiralienaMm' .n,onereiirVGtivernnaiitto to one accordingto : therSttpremetCoart: ; ? bubeeitder I'

: 'Lshoald; not be, : ,to,;al- asa base line, byajt:incline I plane, till !|il jrave' national l transactions. while ,yet in .- anhiY cannon, : limit'of Texas was1'thesNnecesr' ,to'the Rio Grande -They.jcannotbut'thi: IIIt; :
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itf-:4rM: J people of .Ud'.pal d/recily/ reaches, at.the foot of the hi.a elevationof their earlier.or incipient''j.stages,' ,differences their wa'nls l of goal I govarnmsnt,and conterminous auI HtretcheT, th&rJt'from>extended its mouth to its source.Amajonty -cou* merely meant tbatjawtpf; fL;nlal .
,4Pon duty which the p four f feet : 'This have ;,in i son: *:'nf.lheirbJtt.vJaries; anl and ;
Qlfew es river. when
c tbousn :nay.,well Iisii; butt; once they of like: n i\te,.haYinc'cone; to ,States.which.created obstacles':;. ..
en
Oafiilrs have
conlt.oii
t- deyolved njo i jier-vdile wat"and re jon is about five hunred'miles in length; Seen decided .by' a' constitutional, : majority, alike,in(nway pa.ticuUrs, of pl!yH'' j of recommending an amicablealjllstmento of the re onry.of fugitive w.: j :

flonons I Commonwealth;"upon5ie! duty from North to; Soth ad averaging fifty and are consummated, or'are in'I a process of ; -,:they. baviiie.srlj. / iwiry Into,111! '_! com- the conclusion the boundary with Texas, bsta ize 1.by the coostitutionand'npt" 1
<sttwhicb devolves jipon us! h j r;miles in breadth West to East.) Tbin > consummation?; there J'can .be no other,sate mot; To Taiatibift Ii1'WhCb, : they aduUiereri'of. ( to tae- awsafiordirtg facilities in.,,the recqnjyjr.of S
terjn the nalioVU .' U.Uoa.. Trier is,' ,i sn,' ate :a from expressingany opinipn,
ent Leg th's! .
"one, continuous region of quartz rock, and prudent alternative than jto respecthe and'northern fugitives,. pete" forbid dan' )' .that -
: western :
Tbis pot L such a opponun r J I have rich in gold little of it/if to eraV fitness!* anJ propriity:In extending true. ;and)legitimate .
j worked : acquiesce
1. ri occasion1 in seat very 'wU' decis.on; alrea4y-rnjereJand; bomInCOAnoli. b ui4aryof taat State.; The terms proposel I Ifor' ment.( "- i; J dl 11.0, n! M8IJ
to t ,
> in the I Iu Ihalei i, 'proper. skill, capable of ) l less thamithreedOllars 'n, it! *Entertaining' these views, a' majority! the parental eare.of ( (!venimeiU such aii aiju"t ment are container' thebiU'jbyew.tn tThe.nonslveboldinStesitV# < .
suddertttiulextuWviiaary ja
ilsball ,
prbieh immediately return, ; : 'If Califoriakb'a I ; '
of i think it ; ;
gold the
,toa pound pf rock the'committee'tJo not necessary or wHn ympathies any of their citizens marfpersonswhq $ i
W. wne.topic*t>lr an ;
tWP
npw : uresnL From the.valley' east t the Jiills.aRJ between proper to'r recommend'.I sat"this time,',.lor prospeciiyelyt considerable'variation, 'the' samaasthatreK -, escape from o\beJ..5 & --,l'I"

Character there exist'topics both Jq regard to'.soraejWwhich thb' } theirIiod. t..Serr.NeaR; "a umber of any=.?new .State,(r1; tat '-Wbe,, h
mlemnt gre'aiesihension little r.Y ,, f formed out the,,territory of,Texas, Should, forState: ; "Awafdii .to.'theseitems' ; ::!ilw i :proposedla v to enfQru ,the' eol\8(ouo .Ot"lib.; cuwd. .
1 tiffin rl inon1iI Wr'1 J Saeramentpjsand'in;n their} .beds. ;' ant such State be"hereafter formed'and, priuitothe"9Jni ': ,\' r! e.Je Jr 1A4mi19r'"ur b4utbanoneJ: n..Texas. hat her'botthdary.b* r ge; to Statu... '-,. .flpartsof, ,tha lasflUk ,
: 1 .mayXmpJy: hIhjqne- nfttese fnl aiL Utah shout-I ,_11 .If __.a-t '
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goll N }
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In /4utt4Jqmps! which! ienr ttelf 'for:"admission" n, :'Gia\te aup'thatrv.c}O!! e .tpen nt \ colioec i : -
Wpies- the delivery of fugiwes from hive. J9.uP4 by the arlmIitksins. Wh: without.the' establishment lll'leI Qf'tM.J by'tt U/uf/ Su'e, or hhR'O 7htto-b fai 'a : -
jalns whether: t .niI 'I
oUi. o
e '" or ?'disconnected*' California, .po'it coirimQiily.eajre; I I-EIF ,..A'1,ru 'mg ,; ._,, -
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"a'ilr, t thatque4n. ,these fronube, quartz .masses. !bltJ6'"r\ sJaferft, townot,be/, doub.ted, Iba IA'FeN Hflould7 Iii for herlielf ; th 'rIYer t\fentymlrCtlo,. If sornVStates.. may" seek. :to exoaeselres : .:. ".
b ilk! ba.4lbrgim nc.up ,
-itb r .whicbj-ilthou k.
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raYercr d under full sense of ,honu 0'' 'I -\ .
will! a from'pne we' ; ,
portion'othwStatesrmay
1.).Inpp1ebensqhs.qdo'not wonathe'S. twelveof, th l.m.Jpg' pfnalY', tj jr bar- faithin&'of'll: the" highoWgitori t ; I 1 .4&ate qqven*""", .**KKwHy 1 !nl .1! thereon. by ftl .tl'l. "nl ighnineraiidmiceeas.wardly the hun.IreJth ogfee'of.rwesf 8-,. .1aaior-fD'. tWt .-. : '. ; ,.
; to where .. .. : S,. t
MppbeaMohs: I iarar :t teri and al frtll ; : .irtUutiousJIy. regarae4M, "J.ntQJXtlt! t t' f'.lQ -1
"tit Texas M.
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!.'iewte iOTsixriteprejddie i.f ''J I tin .of the quartz l 4 C ibattbe tas4't.will''decidea0def! the: influence r .. di. ,.47 'a'S&te, .. .. IougitudsCr9s5eS :" ter :t. J -
mae LA"tj..I ev< jJdlt ; .1 .f t'.'' : .I \f< being i 'thjjothweStog1&: i'D the lini d-at". ,ha DS I'IIftt..iD.lCIlDe"t.'f" -_ S
>; t'* .kI *Bft the jdiisbich! ', > l considerations i rJLio 'f' < r. I1t.becO S
.gll J urld; ; of similar. J&jeg* J dState.and,1ezia i1i
'hr of this TlJwhoe i.- ,;Mft1/trtheLobjectetLlat.i by cornnntngthSti1ejesores natal o "O''LJ.t1Git.. t .) 1 IU f. -33 AIIATal :
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lr. bring.up fn MvoaA\ .,xcpd new States formed of or out of New MexifldUlabVwitb ; 4'tb e'line of"the tern.-" .. .'. ..- .. + .
pl. 0 f. this .Comw ww.l*: mall trat& public property; ri.li.tbjf : t')1itboat..tbel 't.rp of _in,tbesame Ult' Webbersho ante same. b't&i1 a ::11. 1,,. "t 1--o.-'C TO.Bqi ..:. : .
ti" tbtre pn w the disposition of Congress. slavery,' according to. the:'conMiuttOflIl$4d \ maybe:willing. ,YQtA fqronea4.willing fJ .t a J '. i. "' fTUfIian MydlTJdda '
tc'owoU ttiiQ .. W4ctT i't-t ttyeza lt. < > > .'
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I I from Nrvlte or 1 Inrfmedr Si devising such & "Buti :j ihajbrity of the' 'committ4bi } ORThA- REPUBLIC- Aiic 4II, COilPHOMISE flEP. IIil. MH. T4E'S RIBASOVS.Mr .

,;. Congress ttpght, whilst on' the one erentlyjtt regard to4he slave trad wit&i This Report, as subrtt4b $ z. Th Savinnatt 1Zj i&5thinstbas YCLII b ia[rfoabtleas at command a
hand securing to t i i the fair ,. .
owner restora in the 4 -
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number of $H opposition the
in full onbir tbe-oow2nZ'.raph Clay
tou cfhmprcpertjreffectuallyto| < 4ercrbeb1'D Ij)given psgeTt
guard introduction
on of slaves from; adjacent|ftatek?
.. the other against 3ny-abuse in the applica.tloncftbatwnwdt.fi into th(.pistri$ for&aleflor,, toj p1depotJo4be presented, together w.i bills I acrdC '&ok.ti* vzaj.List t evening the Compromise pfi jtji iot the only reason b

hk its terms, on te1t tt&ete Ut.teaie rMonouth;*" r$, Freeborn f did advance wBett the report 'was first presented

'ID.$1JcRe T arrest-within a State transportation to other and arrived froxiIndianRverTbenly, news was anisxract;| from the Journal of
t market, for the 13th. Tt was dissented -
the
of percis cb9e4 with oences: in all ca.1 That trade, a na ; | the documents from our Jfenators arid Repre order of day by this arrival is a confirmation of the report Commerce NfpflJYork Tb
L yo .committee; are sentative. From .Mr. Morton acknow- from in some measure by MesarsCfemenserYulu that the Indians bare all retired into the paper. editor
? Ci un oughLtQ.be bcsedcoin. we <> M'KRMPR'
; 1 ** > MBW< am-itfdi1Yeidetermindtbt ii1v'They -- -- '
One state to1zbfr Ztate in aitreaties jWMSIIMPIMWMW UMlltljUKlMVJfwn* i 3" *
; plaints have always existed against it tue receipt ox Randolph Letter -
farther
.ot extradition'provided bay e committed no depreda- xeter44 !c1M
j. tetflfrelp bee. no leas on.the part of members of'Congress on-the: Slare ?Questionr iSbtished- the ? BorIandaadDavs 4L! jionsfarid: hire refused to hold intercourse Mr.u.f City's speet.&rougand hare jeldom'
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ToririT"" summprirj*i *. It has proceeding r.evt f been***J from.the from South the than North.; on:the It part is of members Richmond Enquirer, April 10,1850.31 ." sissippS, and.was concurred Jn ..byMessrsMangumi witfr the scents sent out ta !h.l'.- It* apprehended enjoyed a richecrkjast." T

t*>pply.ii> cases of that sometimes exhibiting revolting spectacles a trade, ? ; tv.7 f>: .Tr. J ft ..IOS Joote,7! Hale! Huo LC s, by the Floridians, that as soda as Andfarther:1I< H ui. JJO7lf
MITIYO THE \VU1C o'ThmejfoacionSyibWhjg DVVA1.He Dickinson and Briffit. Mh Dawson of the Indians have gathered a supply of com
;;, ,.i and**one wiu whjcn thesjpeopk 'of*tht; s-. ,i 'c' i!!:" the Boats i& H accept tbfr'eoiprmecav

ns1And !IOestakepace, District have no interest but on (be contrary, Georgtaan others wnTl frnH indicate ithCi'r'viev YTh 7U-sS. are the, North shoe jiot butatms. wn nt.-
lit sjn the State frorn'whica the are believed to be 4jiirtL itaizurnve :.party ati iiditvo hostile movement troop.ji. The 'NOttga1tb-kernel, "the thins
t.? i ha git hr discontinued. Most if'nota1tofth slaveholding '- is fast approaching. :It is Keen that meethtg enjoying. wxd bealtbtand: lay.inactiye at of
from
%***! MW BU %iiab najkwti uc ; m1ser Thie Vivu1 th. .' wugIif4le xLion slavery the
,-0 ?* Dhefuge.J 9??ne express language States have eltherin*their 'consfitutibns are'being*held in pihfr couritiesiftp manifesi' lkp.W, theirdiflerentposta.; ? & new -ritors-d 'ian well 'aflbfJ4taI let.

Pi Pt.be conatitotic'p' hethe .,the fugitive is or.by penal; enactments prohibited a /prcferehces: pf the V IiYgs as to.their at Washington pfthe two opposite parties ''By way JNewOtleans, we hare thrpogh the Sooth bare \M '1. ;lield to serrice ora>dr or hot'is jo pe deter trade In'staves'as merchandise Within11 their of thl ritfyHb6th entrt warmly Into thesdpport'ofih'e titsame'ape an'account' of, 'jiearnf al at to the -Sooth.

mined Iv |Ae laws 6jr the'State firm vhich heJbd respective jurisdictions.'" Corigres8'standing candidate ,for Congress., -VVe learn thatinansweritoilhe : *. frdpbsed'plan! se'utenient; that port ot.the LS. sehoonerArispe, ," J ,
ana' consequentr! ;it is most that in the Mof this 'District"1 calls that have been already : : -ftt& T ,
regard to people
; proper ; on tt ieadv&atea 'also33 the
p 'ChlirlestpnCourier
< 'by The tbat thus
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I. dates fronVTampa to the 4th iflet.I' i !peaks aXtheNorth
leg press
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... thetrzbnnisofibatat| ; should! fxpbund this subject in a relaion'lmi1ar to that of made'MF.CABtr.L; n's ntedt iate'thefijtld
,' and administer itf.oVn lawe If there have the State Legislatures to the1 people 'of the as We candJd'ate'.oj the ipatty tih enr. and without' anexceptionf''so'faras'vre The' teamer Planter,'Captain'StorieV arrived is about, onejig tnty., Jtyft corome.nd to

;:::.beenanyJristancepof abuse iri the erroneous States, may safely folio w the'exmp1ea of thC' have'seelrV'by Whigpre'ss f. the at Tampa on the 3df from Fort Myers, the special;.attemJt
: L. : arrest of fngigvAlroni service'or !labor, State' The committee have prepared, and suing.fall.3) We, therefore..announce, to.the South'.1* Th"eappontmeritof; 'theiCbmpromisei Carloosanatchee! ,'
? 1 the committee have kjpt'obtaned Icnowledgeoftheml herewith report, a bill for''the abolition' Whigs .Duval county that meeting is ; Committee" hasbeer.vfrOrri the first bpjpbsed les-af the camb;- accompanied by some' of&et to'the scti& iii the Jotxrnir'Com

,c "They believe that none such have that trade, (marked,) the passage of which suggested to beheld in Jacksonville on the thirty warriors.' Up-t&-'the 'tSme'of the de

: I ,; fcccttrred/and hsucre not likely bocjiur. ; they recommend to the Senate.1 This ;bill stb June,'to respond tpthe, s tifnent of By'tlTe J'BMtoK'vltfi( 'NiY. Courier parture of the Planter, they bad not decided merce,;\vhia( see4 tb; bave7deteuefliIscourse

4 Bat, inorder'' to guard against the has been framed after the"model of what'the the.other counties in 'and-En'qiiirer Tii'& other'Nbhhe'rri journals to leave their hunting'' ground for the far a* aUnitiI Slates &nator/ppb>tbe

; poisihility their occurrence, the commit- few of Maryland was''when'the1 General regard to our Representative that seemed to conceive their adoption of waist: riorwas there much' prospect of'' their recommendations:$r the committee of&ir*

T t. tee'.hare prepared-and! herewith report. Government was removed to Washingipn'i ,; and to adopt such other'measures in SHggestfonsTof! the President:iri'refeencfthh ,' doing so/ They hatli in' 'short,"declined ma} teciir ":* a ut

.(marked B.) a .section, to.be offered, to "If such of these several measures as require relation to the'coming ejection1! as miiy'seem kirig-any 4 mor* :hostile 'demonstrations or, ''I4'r,1'The -. *

,'",the'"fugitive: bill ifiovr pending before legislation should'be carried out I by Expedient: It' ii hoped that Whig* from the .to r"the" TerHtorTes" \4 Civl* de|- ;ujp'ri J' *of any..fit moving off''(from! nheir native glades, i Gen. p1anrtoi atDehded'jtrtff sCmpro-

;: the 'Senate. AccpjWing to this section, suitable acts of Congress, all! controversies other of will measure .which went, tartherand answered Twiggs wa iti leave Tampa it a few days" mse' ( mmhtee Iinj tnefgneK qo of

: : the pwner'of a fugiti from service labor to which our late tetmonal acquisitions have parts the county attend,,. better, and the fiori-concessibnists of the Free for Carlbosahatchee.1" '- slavery,'may pcji&fa''receiTe' approbafiori

1.. is, when, practicableiitp; carry with him toy given rise, and existing questions connected .?- 1 ,| Soil NYEvening Post andi CharlestonMercurjhav'niiited By5 rthe later arrival of' .the' Fashzon at of Congress; out jtj dops. .nof seem Jo ijneet
thc State in which tile'person is found a re- with whether THK-VTHIO SPIRIT AROUSKD. with favor frbrnjrtine of the Sbutbejn'.Scmv
the institution of
slavery, In denunciationof thults ; Orleans"on the lOtii, taring left Tainpa
; rr haanl lihie praEctirijif' haf
toM from competejni tribunal, adjudicating resulting from those acquisitions or from its We publish the proceedings "another tots, and wp
theJsctaof elope.ment'arid slavery, with a existence in the States and the District of meeting the devoted Whigs W Columbia of1 tte ,Ciimmttee lalors ,.. Of the on the 7th, we learn that.Gen.,Twiggs was it will not be'srftiifii ory toamze'ijajbritr

.. 'general description olihefugiti've. This !ecordproperly Columbia, will be amicably settled arid adjusted county. They are alive to the responsibilities Southern Senatorial opponents,. .M ssri. to have left Tampa1 on the latter dayrin the of the' pepple'bf t'rrettee; twill aped -
; 7 attested and certified under the Cbfcntf 'tbTlatchee 11 Cifc1 W;- >T e -
; in a manner, it is conndentiy be Clemens, and Yules -reject the scheme in steamer Cay-'for'
seal of the which are before them in the approaching by the _crfnVrri'.ite&j thai tnerets. M.comam. _
taken .
cobrt to the
.' official being lieved; to give general satisfaction to an-overwhelming dissent ( with the Seminoledelegation, to i j fl ** *
but
I the others offer
toto;v a; partial mise 171 t'te cat. acc ung,, _v.
-
vState where the p'erspa'owing service labor campaign.Amid the fierce assaults n i* y jmrm
or of the people of the
; is founds is to behcld] competent and sufficient United States.majority Congress will have fulfilled which Loeofocoism has 'levelled at'an administration and, evidently 'mean to shape :their final 1 have a talk withtheIntliansat Fort Myers. SbufA receive \thing'\wy-.1oinJuuL\ \ the
The above is the latest- have from the North rJuiou/n $ ] prjnctpUllor, which!
we jcwry
eidenceoftI* facts which had been its whole duty in regard to the vast country devoted to the best interests of opinions'by the influence of, debate 1nthe )
have been 'jyt'airscoritending.jEirenCalifornia
ther fi
: adjudicated, and wI|l; leave nothing more which having been ceded by Mexico to the Senate. They appear to have entertained points 'of"theline'' of operations on either '
i b
the it to :
country, .will be gratifying to all who ftfused. almisipn ;rilq'theUno.1
e ; to be done than ta identify the fugitive. United States, has fallen tinder their .domin side.of the peninsula. This would seenri tc
the in the of | is'
have scanned its with subject true spirit compromise, unless a |>rl, |$ pad, ant that price
"Numerous have been acts impartiality, to
petiiipuB presented. It will have extended it
ion. to protection, and to be resolved to concede to limit contra! :lict thereport we have seen that Gen.Twiggs is 'na'retrictior $!<;:\ admiuirnf'iaervinto
praying for a trial by'Jury in the of find these of oil any (
case provided for its several pahs the inestimable early expressions the Whigs NetdMexio
arrest of fugitives from service or labor, in which duty and principle,will allow. had taken up quarters in Penaacola. tke"temtoty ffi .,oiU t .
blessing of free and regular government adap Florida so truthful, so faithful, and so just. The cp.-nprninijtp cotnmittee fu'ly' are wiih
the nonslaveholding'States.' It has been already the We have award We have not given- publicity to" rumors
and been
ted to their various wants, placed We like the selection of the Whigs of Columbia always, disposed,to the South in de&a4Itbatthq? Wilmdt'ro-
; shown that this would be entirely Whole under the banner and flag of the United Mr. Foote' due praise for his efforts to invest which have beri from time to time current thfce' territories.
VK> ShALL NOT jpppfrieti'to :
4pd uniform in all county, of our candidate for Congressional
to clear
contrary practice
its
usage Slates. Meeting courageously the plan'of settlement with the influence respecting the troops and of depredations No guaranty shall be i ife'd thit'slavery -
similar cases. Underline name of a popnlar and entire duty, Congress will escape the Representative-a'selection which <
said to be committed bythe Indians. Fronithe'intelhience' shall not bet I fcitenJeJ Hi that direction.
and cherished institution-an institution, from considerations which'a committee "of Jleading Senators
unmerited reproach of having, it will need not the machinery of conventions No obstacle stial h je preseniedbyCongressto'
however,never Appe'd|| in cases of preliminary of doubtful abandoned to must exert and cannot how others' we"now give by two arrivals -
; policy to endorse. We like, too, the expression of ; we. sc.e the inlroduiitip ]! 'of; ",elaves' from other
proceeding, and; | in of final that Gen. has hot |
pny cases an undeserved fate territories of boundless who so warmly approved his motion 'can it Vrideht Twiggs States whenever fa such slaves
"cordial approbation made in the second owners pfc'
trial there would betacomplete mockery extent, with a sparse, incongruous, arid alien, relaxed hi* arduous efforts to fulfil the desires induced
labors of the committee maybe w jinijirrate withthefi1/prop
now r :
jecttheentr
of justice, so"fas'as the,o\rner of the fusri- different resolution, of that position of the President
if not unfriendly population, speaking *' ->*
the is'concerned. !f'tie trial be and lay claim to shailow of consistency! of our people and the Government, in erty, in that direct on,
: by jury languages, and accustomed to different which has met.with the sneers aril, ridicule ar.y
admitted would draw after it its usual laws, whilst that population is making irresistible of his "bitter" foes but.which-has We think the Committee have done well.In .- the ruhoVal of the Indians however vexations
a lofty A AfK8C: lS THE I
consequences of continuance from time to appeals A the new sovereignty to all their recommendations we do riot con the bad faith of the latter may be. Wek'ffow f |
time, to bring evidence ''from distant places' ; which they have been transferred for pro precedent in the course of Mr. Monroe, and o/.our/ bwri citizens,, friendly to A Florida. Demacj U writing a? 'couiziri'
We
are the' many
1 of secondlor new:trials!in cases where the tection, for government, for law, arid for or which the country, when the mists of prejudice cur. bpjioseii to provision 'and otherwise who take cation in the Scnti st!, thus takes a cotempo-
jury is hung, or thef: erdict is set aside; and der. shall have passed away, will pronounce granting trial by jury to a'slaye.iri the State the government a thron acafefse] k"f
sprouts f'rAs
pf rerieals of the verdict and conduct of the '"The committee have endeavored to pre merit be awarded to, which he is re.urneJby the master- proper inteiest in thfs subject, believe prompt rary
"SIGHT. Justly a snee'tlroin
juries by competent tribunal?. During the sent to the Senate a comprehen8iyet'pan! of may simply because if the evidence of identity i is offensive hostilities to be the only means of to the insulij&g! put' }9
Gen. TAYLOR for his non-interference the FIoridian. thUt.ju future cpnfesu
to ,
'
all party
progress of these dilatory and expensive which removing all 'caus s of relieving' the State of' the incubus which
adjustment, taken from Court of record in a"slave ,
a they ran 'get albn Without'tthe ard ofthoe
proceeding what security$ is there as tolbeC excitement and leaves with the action of Congress, because it will ,
existing; agitation, rests it, and become impatient at a contrary Democrats custody and forthcoming of the fugitive when State: arid by such evidence master detects upon doppt expediency
divide the and disturb be dark day for us the '
to a
none country permanency
0 :'own their termination? And if, finally, the the general open harmony. Tht nation has.been of the Union is suspended upon a Presidential and obtains possession of his property, it is policy when the artifices of the Indians jngi'f Convention"; I havefanly'to for the say Svzthtosb, 'tbat, ,when-ul.

claimant should be uccessful, contrary to greatly convulsed, not by measures of gen entirely superfluous and injurious to again to obtain delays are exposed. But, with ,'
veto-that veto which should be kept tIer her musket, an4ftehJth $orthb, "at!
what happens in ordinary litigation between eral policy, but by questions of a sectional the experience of the Government, State, and '
test the Identity trial' 'iri slave time 'I dot that' ibe
free persons, be would have to bear all the sharp and bright to sever the meshes in by a jury a and m rc 44dbt South
character therefore
and, more dangerous State conscience's people, in Indian fighting, by what are we trill think that she hn "getaloiig pitn ut"
the and
burdens and at the without bringing prejudices
expense litigation, and more to be deprecated. It wants re- which madmen would bind the Republic,
/indemity would ) sad warranted ''in 'saying that "war," upon the the Floridian & JoiLijE a good :deaLetterthinr ,
Ieam1i by experience, pose. It loves and cherishes the Union. but which should not be poised above the of Southern non-slaveholders to bear against
.
that he bad far betier have abandoned his of the in 'last she can "set 4ong withoit", oe, of
by and occurrences outrages July ;
And it is most cheering gratifying to the valid rights of a citizen. We doubt not
heads of those who counsel together for the those whom that now turns ap'ltsjro
right ia the first instance, than to establish it per
witness the outbursts of dtep and abiding would have made 'thinga better than they
this will be 'mainly 'objectionable! to. the at. know an ol J;,nan 'whom they
at such unr amnefate now are ? Could we, by this time, have now to" alonj! rwithbut,' fhp, before
,
South dtha't'lt get
be ?
.The
I rejected.
.a wilt
fice. in all parts pf it, amidst all the trials through, who can see no virtues in the course of the ,
"But whilst the] conlmittee conceive that cleared the fastnesses and sxvanons of the incorrigible they were bdrrt, goat ng pretty ureUwith.!
a which we have passed and are passing.A .- President.. In the South where to North will, hardly contend for this, formality .
when
appeals at the hatof the Thames
ont tnent ,
trial by jury, in a tat4 where a fugitive from people K patriotic as those of the United which takes place after the slave has foe by any mode of operations
too often substituted for address he stood by the galknt Harrison and breasted
labor i would lea impulse are |
service or 13 recaptured, States will in accommodation of .
rejoice an that could have been adopted ,A.bodyof.volunteers .
been delivered and ''is 1 again under the the iron storm of wjar, and.when be stpcxl by
0 virtnal'denial of jasti e to the claimant of all troubles and difficulties in which the to'reason, have the recommendations of the up '
thrown into the country, could, the side of the immt rtat Jactsbnat New Orleans
such an&wQaid be tantamount to jurisdiction from which he fled. Tbre- >
a
fugitive, safety of that Union might have been President iri regard to the Territories been '
,,4 positive refusal U/exqeute the provision of brought into the least danger. And, under assailed yielding the rights of the. South tence that it.will prevent kidnapping is frivolous doubtless, overcome all obstacles-in time- rattle'arourid and beard him.if'Je th; Britfsh cannon.aIpng''witK rbar"nd
*
-'. 1 the constitution, the stfme objections do notapply the blessings of that Providence who and in time exterininatethC.eneznyi, or so gbt'
for the>'kidnapping* could not be effected should'
and as antagonist to which ''would these yotrngeJitorsii,and the lime
such tnal JK the State from which any plan
4 't .to a amidst all vicissitudes, has never ceased to weaken them thoseremaining would
the whole sectional without a forgery of the required ever come when thia-South: should 'ad 'and
States full quiet
-t. t he fled. In the justice them His HTs controversy.
extend
s'&vetjolding to
protecting care, '
But will
removal.
but not
choice
have no not Hdtkerjl trust the of/God
by blessing
,
is administered, tritb entire fairness and smiles, and His blessings, they will continue These have been conjoinel to efforts to circulate cord, and"such forgery could be 'detected by

impartiality, in cases dom. The bis freedom of the Government, also in time.over 0 .
pereofl daiming prosperity, and work out triumphantly the the court claiming. .i '* JACKSON..
existed between the Cabinet and the President -
it allows to sue /carter pauperis; counnel glorious problem of mans capacity for self come, their inveterate scruples \ .Overtures ; -- 'p1!', k _,, '
It Is the Wil-
'assigned Wox; time js allowed him to and between the President and those Compromise, as ,destroys -
government. of
'' have obtained the removal more
i t already
,collect his witnesses aJid to attend the scesions leading spirits who are lending their; efforts mot Proviso, end in terms FORBIDS,/4 T rn. Vie*

of the court; and!his claimant is placed Southern California. in the Senate to frame an acceptable compromise lanai Governments from legislating ,? in,,respect than a bandreJ Indians since July last, and At.LiGDz m&CMsJ'11,18&Mr.
,
and 8&urtypr is divested of the there is no relaxation of the ftffbrt to indues '
nnderbpnd Mr.YoIee, in the Senateon Thursiav. between to African slavery." We ask. if this is
the North and the .
South. EDirolt uesrfted
: ?VWftbs4! ,
possession during]the'progress of the trial, the remainder to follow. We have no idea
to ensure the enjoyment of these privileges; the 9th, referred gravely the recent intelligence Bat the machinations of party will be exp not-more-if it is not going a step farther meeting of the .VVhw xat, .the Court,House
,that movements have been commenced : that the Govetnmitwish'ea to suspend operations '
w'ili tha'u the South hal reason to eipeciv Has on :Tuesday, last tb1l J4thl .Thejcoinmittee
&ndif there be.ant Jeijriinj on the part of sed. Time develope that the president ; ;
in California for the establishment of.an independent or indulge the troops in indolent! repose appointed for that.pj preiened'relution ;
it is always the side of the Federal beeri'thepflerice rpose
warts or juries, ; on is anxious withal others not, prbvieo
Government and that other movements equally ,:to
If active is indicative of te 5 leelipg'and tentimentserf
for freedom, at'th'e posts. an campaign ;
the claimant .
are in progress in Southern Californiafor have a final adjustment of the slavery against which the South has in all her actswarned' the Wtigs 'of bfcquntyipirelalionto
i
"In deference tdtbe eelings and prejudices dismemberment of the not opened against the. .Iniians' and. they
a so-called question, and that the compromisers'insteadof the North-and has it not involved the subjects beforn .fie "meeting.'Previqnsto
which prevail int e (jonelaveholding States, State.. Mr. Foote afterwards read to the the principle which our resistance has"been have not been pursued into the Everglades* 'taking the 4teoa' them, Cfeoici W.
his' ,
tht committee propose.Ipuch a trial in the Senate a letter addressed to him, in running counter to suggestions e upon
; Spanish it is simply because those in command deem CALL, E:q of, Ma kon-.coantywas.ip.vjted
State from which the[ fugitive fled, in all by Agoston. Harazthy, dated San Diego only gone farther, and attempted to accomplish based? That principle! maintained,, it tile"wfp'rig of accomplishing'what to aJdress. the: rrijeebng, He supportexTthe

: cases where he declares to the officer giving April 3d, communicating, the proceedings ofa more.- .. and abolition in the District forl'idden-bow< < i way x i -i resolutions arid adtfwed their'auJDptiori! ,:ip avery

the etrtficte} for '.hisjreturn; that he has aright public meeting at Los Angelas, in favor of. The best administrations' of bar country 'Can minor points oppose impassable obstacles has,been the expressed object of theaJminatration able arid eIoqi nt.Sp'6Jicb,- plainly and

to his freedom. jjAccordingly the cpm.mittee a separate Territorial Government. Mr H. to the'comnVbrriisel 1 !' For'somireasons'the -the removal of the tribes from the listinctly defining"tlae present position 'andfutrire
have prep&edand report herewith, states ''the people ol thit town", (meaninz.we those .which have stamped its pages with .
t"r'i ->'i.s *' i 4\in- .J *- n State. South Florida is no Una'incognitato pblicy'.ofj LSputhem Whigs ine.gird -
(marked C,) two ..sections, wmcn Lucy reCommend believe,'Los Angelos)are "almost unanimously wisdom ant} success-have bad,their days of South 4 should,cling** to it- >and, t adopt it.' '!Tt' is t Gen.' Gen. therr.suborHinates to.the gres.i qnis.tiori of th'j?4a.1Iespoke |

., shouldbeincorporated) ]! in the fugitive ,in favor of a Territorial organiza gloom, when, malice'and misrepresentation odious to the. extreme FiNorth -> There is TaylorV Twiggs or at: some j lngfti. the Ineonssiedcyof'on

bill pending ttie Senate. According. tion.?' But, on the other hand, .Mr. Foote sullied their achievements, and wearied for condemned and sneered at as.the "omnibus : operating therein, ,and it, is, more ;" politrc, l jlsufs ertarie's, ; without

:to these sections* tye claimant is placed under read part.of a letter from a member of the ; bill *' 'which :ris.jtb'seir the Territories reasonable to suppose that, their policy is fear of codtdictharged'tSem'w'ith1 hav-
to"slavery.
awhile the devotion of[ their friends! ; ;
bond, and required toReturn the fugitive to California Senate to Dr. Gwin, representing But than slo1bfieFrri.tory
dictated by a'comprehensive experience inib their kvaricias
?
tiut county in th<| Stale from,which he fled, that there were not more than half a dozen the thickest clouds must disperse, and the .., For supporiIng it,. Ihe vials of brought the IJ4 seq difflcullies.

and there to take j birjj before a competent persons in the Los Angelos meeting, -and truth prevail Clouds have hang round the wrath have/.been opened upon; Clay and by any dteregarJ"oftvell ment nggetinns H s .reffArij*3n.in'sapport'ofl ntoifs.prsep1 thpo--

p tribunal, and allo&htfli to.assert and. establish those heavy landholders, .whose sole objection present* administration. It-has been beset Webster,'and all who have like men sought or interests which pur citizens have at stake, litiraf course, oj odKT 'Representalire'* the

: hIs freedom, ii bejcan, affording to ..Limlor to a state government is the fear of tax "*
to harriibnize 'the AT
there'cdrriiscations ctfuniry'ijndef it. 'The KA.ST, FLORIDA QxUCVLTVflI Hon E.C. CABEi ere'wridu ve tothe'point
C that >3ful facilities. Tas' by storms. But ..'. .- ,.. .
purpose ailjne ation. LAnd a good reason Hi's, Mr. ; j-I V' ft it V 'lit .vv thalleilgi 'thhssl im
.4>Tbe committee(nd ilge the hope that if Voice's con tituents would probably testrfy.] through the gloom, the black3 heavens be language pthe, Report is in some points on-. J-tJ Te>..have' observed* { -.frona'Jinw.to'. .-* % ,* timC f. he ( siotie si 'ibafance'Siirhera

the fugitive bill 4tb tithe proposed amend- This letter ays that in the vote at Los An gin to fall,",and' the Whig party and the palatable to the South ; but let it not be.forgotten interest taken.bythe intetligent. planters of hi tq'desTgnate* neglected one the 'i iereats' -of'bis'cb'ristita

t Meats shall be paspeiiy Congress, it will eelo's not a- score ,ofvote were polled Vrill see that '"justice be done."' ''that f Northern 'prejddices:are to' be Marion and Alaehua counties tfn"lhe'fctib< s'oT beeit 'wiAinBTn :faithjtb the' .&Th.MV .
.
..be effectual to jibe( of all fugitives the consthction.-.R'cAmo7ui Timei.. country '
secure recovery against '
-- allayed, and that the arguments of the Report ject 'of improving the_ Agricaltare'of J CifikLti hj'ai3vaall Vanted or
from servi labor and that it will
0 ,
a
r' I remove all causes jf complaint% which have THE PRESIDENT MD TIlE, CABWET. .Inline".Senate on the i3iii, 'the Cpinpro- are]but the evanescent' \mmisters'ol. 'e ceis, their, .neighborhood. We learn front'. 'ih | Could dee' th'emielvek irj a'R |'resentative,Insure1 Hisl'jfeta
would
,. i hitherto been experienced on that irritating The matter put to rut.-The National ..Intdligencef raise bill being the order of the day, Mr. not the enduring language of the law iUelf. Qcala Argw that ,at, an adjourned meet spoke rer-electiori! for: AVhia'feeametpeald and 6f our hit

..subject. But if m Us|practical operation it contradicts the rumors respecting Clay! entered, upon its defence Among That law admits Californiaand guaranties the irig fori.the pn rptwet t'of-forming'an' Agricultural glorious hried

.7 ..fbsll. be found can'.be insufficient'ilevised, and for the if no restbra-odeate.remedy -, a ruptqre' between the! President and his other tings I be said that he had the pleasure South in its"right to enter'with' her property Society' ; the committee before ar4 with inoti ils ait4 !

coincide frUti.tfci PWaide'nVas' far the a territory of three times the extent' pointed for the purpose"reported a1 Constitu crturse, he KiipVi .
as iliaf -- -
.,two to.their owneiN olr fugitive slaves, thow Cabinet in the following official manner to tionf which ;was adopted: Twentynhree l Before th>7.Jjm'eeting'showed'irresblutioti that

owners will have/,port[ title to idemnity "Although it is but a few i days i ago that President went.- He eoncurredjfully.iri'thePresident's / .S'tatie; settles thy KrjouSj'questipn of. the members'united themselves'In the: Associa the pbtreV'ot'pe'nJTrlor'waVk-] -.'*

i out pf the Treasur of the United States, i we contradicted the false reports then abroad recommendation that !California boundaryiOf Texas;.'proyides.;forT a ;strict tiori,, Stephen i Bryan, esq../was" eleCted one /or th tntet&g'' the'- Wtith: "Oaliiarjudnsiori'

<. >Itremains to report upon the resolutions of dissensions or.misunderstandings between be/admitted;/ 'into the 'Union. There the compliance with the-terms of< her annexa* President-. G. the President and the Members of his Cabinet _'.-.1.. .'i.-ilTKJ.A.'i.! (*" ,* JU ifJi"i
tL 4* relation to slavy Jiod the slave< trade in MrvLewis CGaines-.Secretary and J. G: aic'1tte > '
hile'be JjVi tlon extends the local! lawSr.a ,
the District of Coternlia.! >Without discussf the industry with wbioji similar reports President stopped, i Clay),went ( ? slave State Reardon, esq.,1Treasurer.'-'The society apoiMidihe The meetin MKjtace 'durhj 'ieesiof

; ing the powef of Congress to abolish slavery are agaL prppagated, and;diffused; over the a little farther. He. (Mr. Clay) was of.the'. p'rer! tjiej"Dis'irct- .. -. "o.-I jColumijat .and, ..witK- .j July.nOxt i for itsifirstqnar-. the DstricL'Cortwkh"M'h' w i in"seisfpn,

; t to die District, In Yegovd to which a diversity country through every channel of (circulation opinion that our obligations to protect New, somehangesmay.do justice. e.South In teriy'meling at whichtime"Msrs.GI.Payn arid itior' tiffle"wastlimfqre,; 'limited i'ttherrf& -

; I :, r of opinfaw exists,tjre !; r:km.that k to'be abolished. It contradiction. the.President to'reaJ to the meetin
otight notj
& reports ? -th'S sentiments Vf hePbrnaihent Wbnp
4 i'ight to 1eav tem 't4 t'em. isfy"the" people of-the' So'iithV "We hopetit
-toaldHot be donejwitlioiat i'AVe therefore t ow stateon the authority subject reUting-j 'agriculture
indispensable con- : '*- ;' : J t-"-- OH" i ifr Imayatlsfytbeirrepresentiittve on some pf fnmai
iditions;which arei btjdcely be agreed to. of the President, that he lends, no .'countenance selves, till they-gotripefprajtate Governinentt ; *,.., ,, their xswriichoicej and.Mr.; Gaines: was ap? t. ,,, & I -

-_, ; ttvOold Wt be do vr thont exciting:'greataptrebtiston to any attempt, from! whatever quarter '", < .it! ., t,. ,. t r uI pointed read report on the subject ol the -present.:r.pefl ect, i of t'hls tting L '.! .ia.km .

-- ;' and larftfin the slave
: : If the po*er irere etemfted within this Dis- as it i&'r; .... <;j / Tefaxet1econtains; }..anservancesin untofb, lyand combination; :All the twell-wish- 1 the

: trirtlhey trouldajijre{ end that, under some > All the statements inferences to the contrary hen tbePresident wrpt i'jbisnvessage (fist Fensacola, on the'i 1st inst oil era improvement in agritulture are invited W ee-

1t' pretext or anotheri jjljomght be hereafter' attempted are"utterly without.foundations,r January,).i favor Qfhil,plan, ,, be.itas! th occasioh* 61 living2 the1\corrier"Btone"M to'unite themselves in this laudable nndertakingfvand termJned to do bailiff jnanf at rv'jnon feie'of

I '- toibererirciiswTrwitliin :the &!ave> apprehended ithat fearful, agitations would 'T *ll<* 1 t 7 L"7 *yftf "' all are'invited to.attend the ifirstmevtingidi p6itta
9J 'Jholding State It'w type that at all SixGctAR STATI OF;$U ESMr.tYuiee,1 darcoic the permanentvhart; at the, southeast angle Many xentlerneriare our
I present follow rattemptto act On'the subject of i > '! ; expected 16eiiierlain ;$ P& iJfesta
i .lh'power i is alm&t bkanimoasly disavow4 of Florida, f made (the:allowing theterriorie5" 'the JVorth' L .the' A olJbaU, Sj ,Navy,YajdrtbeftCerempnies the meeting-with their lon.hoardedO ofthe Ss t4L5
jBut.
: and disclaimed: 'ftis free1 States. But ; gloriousNorth tbouht i .. ..
rc : remarkable'statement irt.tbe Senate *" -wereunder the directionhofr!James Herron, 9V/ .1 TU ui a&; '
experience iff'put&: ij ffairs has too/ often had come to therescueiandfea'spaand % 'I P'O1' 'zr'1i. I 'i! '-
: M Kav/e/ received; le'tterrom.t tfieHeohimandihgypflScerin i Eine r 1 'the' 'oiklt''TbdH r l tiilqnJ : :
"I *bown4bat wbcrebee! *&4esireto d& a Oregon in 'whicb" it is patriotism were, listened to.a.The'glorL : : :
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C ftarticalar thing. ,tjie ipwer to accomplish stated that there is., not remaining"a"s'ngle'! ous South'had also relaxed'iri' ber'demahds: ,'' I' ..t t '. rt- ; -.; i : : ,, .3t k' rh : TLS4JVr14ST o.Jhe:3b: LimobaahePT

'I ; oener pqti,!'.*'Ube"s.fonndror asredope cull officer in QregoiV. All'the'juJ s)have tthd'there a'kepeat ,ba dedejverr3! a addres !pjppy.nd E u 'i4fl' si4i ? it LibfL1IOiICdWithmthents&ftJWYil

Jo'c I* ue4; : r itt.t ( : gone ldv Californialarigbter'j; : "Tffis pre: ciliaioi ahhrmp'y Hejad zo fpibt fracef al style The...Masoniciiateitythn'prcededtoperfo q ioz-T bbyi' ,one Darnel'HeKry tr bitthS
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f laves 1thin serits.'a re'tnariable! tate /'thinkegaflhc Vn or-' their mystio'eteiiinitieCafi1Ni61? Thorn jisbnj* thVotheFDahiel1 Cbl l&w
that the
.. ttsThstrx makeh Pbhjtjo f slayer' territorial'act.exists for Orpgoh, and'no gentleman filled the executive.chaifj ; orneiIn tha&iFrid i ib5ulthtfdNi'rxratVb6 -

,. ubjec; '( nseance a S- instrumentality through wfiich it can operate.' -would nPi*'!'tike: rmiich:1: wider'rarigetrrec i4 I.1 : )f44 I Ie f i'ti1ltiYpoMW !

.4 ,'ux.to e OttCbd iift la some pans of It1 h$ hot teMtfj Um'/eaVii/ ITaW "' ciipse; ,, ))PTiretedfiani ; kvbeseerah&rzi _.
c > H ii>iiii i v > !.i vj>icaj! -0.1 ( containingtmstatistical
,( i, ; : : of'&t. for Oregon'hasMyeta: )pTace'In/ (he' pofitW'cal'fimaneni jd a'ed"thi b i'TbCjiblie $ jbsCapit41czn.L
U ::4rT& iittw : a IOnthaide' but htf rtpuicU fabdicjitipn fl'th1; 61j ,
;* ;' '.or'dissolati; n1, hgoveihment, d? I'he forinbelt"hnt
: baVgone'outf Tbe'pbjert of the amendment maYing igaiisi SantaPel 'BQdd. ld % ou Id ,,.' ,..i iiJt. .t 'I ii.t" u- nt'ti 'i'e'olth h'JbWa1k

} L1deOt4TF& Jth jetrnof tbede., which t propose i ii t6a ltif i cTal Jnforma- iolldw thjscontoprsytt 1 )iot e t tied! 94ej.Iiteoel.[ ., froth Liv r T rdth thePfrlddrlj'

.,\ DwmFapThth.apftpPie; of te t16h1 hailheeV received by tha E recntive1J.of'r soit the.scene. rJthSith.ejr pwsen ej;ijd hV4t '04q

; ? iOQfller cLiia ;
alave5 In 1tthtioa ii1JJ '5? lI'TLIII) Lt..i :
Id
j '/ decrease the nuer V4jicl(ade4i te cdi
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kcstanc vent ion*eld at Marianna JiaJn&4iJ ;, tLQIQt ,.! k +tuZ 'mift
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.4 tJdrnalof-the; Rfcin'stswVfcat '>Th ing t F & ltIIall'ist tberct
The. 4f tI,. j1ji'j1 54 IU A ( s&Ioi1o ;
Southern lal
.to *&?*}* t< Tr"B "i |cvvty. /"/" Tribune tY 'DaowiTW. Jai.j y&ieiPike, tLia-Ne rl sZbinhstiated
W ,o!?wi>rfctW Wlfbptfld.loihe.i g1t0y1 owbtnai,1l6liCht1&t'Wdsl$ Uyf w WchJ -oehtiohe tn t6nv lasts i is itbui
iWest.3Ws bink
4presntt1i;:
Ti L mtraiib Mmb '.JiCT still progressing, closed on ;Tburidayii1gljtaI.

cording to the eehsuji miri' aboot to DA" UKen', I1fgt lie ship Caroline Nesmi.
will J only & ltttlc|npiards* of two thou to aires State,' and offers! 1000 dollars for remain at bis pout '-in( Congress through'all dition of forty-fire persons to.the,-Methodiit Pass,'on'the 25th 'u1t.and was drowned'-. the 26lh i .

) t': &t4. ., i m herrecovery'r. the month ofJun Church, and some fifty conversions, His body has not been oin4. finished by October, lli '
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Reeling* i& Columbia i :lathe w thqie& noU'oauin '.CoI,. Wniaedaod Ta'i; -- -i -: -, 'S

eoamaaied a eompwr, a&d sAenrtfda ,4To1zNzY4TLAJv; : fifsdlsoiMADISON'

At a meeting of the Wbcf Columbia acted ai aid to General Aroutroag,of thaTenaes- >v "Wrri-attend the Circuit Conrta I&th&Vt' COURT SOU&g?fXO&SELst.,

ccooty,1 fold .t thrtHth3eat Alligator'' lee Brigade. He atHh.fcettletof.WlthU-. Circuit; the United SUtasDiatrictVCoert'iUSt.Augastiae >.' >* BOTTLES '
TV, iv.fr :
eoebe* and Wahoo'Swamjl', nd'la ;other'''iiIus. the Court mt.TaHahasaM
oa'TeMy tbel4tb Mypt..WM.: B. ; Soprems ; .,
tioru, in which he tendered essential service*"* andpr secirte"Clid"nM fcrtititeas'lji'ny'partof \\r SYm tmsI.A- gg' r-rniioN* rrm tS& jj?* 11
ROSS wu called to the Chal and Sois L.Nntict ;
Oat. W: was eripaatlealiy'a elf-made tiltT.Throira Florida against the Gorernment at. WasbiDgton, H.bpsMd emitttd bIt } mot

appointed Seer arr (|( in, >riy Cfe irpon'hU oira resource* eithfrbefot_ Congross or At the.pepartmenU. ft* tbse..f-VIpw s
Tbe'Cbiinnia in e fjr without tbe'benefit of Meadaj ia January,last.or
ppmpriate rep a libenl education'hVioonlearned 05-: ADOIXJocjuaitvilc, Ecut JFlorub* ..Frem .kuwts4$ aif.n41pr*. 'Iloeue.leation -

rk aanoooced: that 3heobjettef the to study mankind, ant few man possessed! rMay J,,1330' --S' 'tf" .. ,-.. ,* SURE OF u'vtTsmploandttf1ctEr7teItltftbWdv

tineettiig.wu to express J wishes of the abettor.knowledge of humaanature., With amore : st,

Whig* of the county updn tie. subject of a than ordinary share of Ulents, with-great .' SI.ehanIc- &I 'ArU and Scl nceCOrESE **o 3,'- i" --ACTC JSfe*?'*?*- ? .1 W1ij1FjI. Utacyi, .' the soocess opportncity,thu:Tf ef stesttbis r ecmmwdcg41.bs iI3t7 i*pld-

candidate for Congres? 'ml'' to take energy of character,and:e resolution of purpose -- k F ; v|> "p | c f v; erition bfterenU and ab.ns&th.seey bed..,
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any to accomplish whatever he Undertook-there were D. APPLIi'ON St c ., 'EWYOUXY' frVQS vf giv cg1 to

steps' that might le *ugestei|; for the par- few men better'qualifiejilto injkea_ rocoeasfalf -, ; '! 11 J .tUALtCoil I and-nnsadn.zfou ta'fl
OF PUBUCATlo -,
of wcvriojr uilahl ci>jli pose { ma Prt Ptce FcCJZi ici ; e&ilty of tb. f lagsof3aden. ( irt }3su ,Ci
.. reseat tbe county in i thej ensaia* General he, however, ahandoaed politics life,'and settled cntg ; n. b -' \ \ .$ ?$/ of the most d.Iigb&M_an4 k ultl towfl
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a sngar planUtroa in Sooth FloriJi, where those A Dictionary. .. -' -x ; suzhrii eoImtTy, m imp*
Awembljr. j I t' ; traits ef Character : moral t&d i&telketaaJ eultur* ra & _
Upon motion of x. We, ter, Eq., a wen maaifestad in his srlcultunl tip MACHINES, MECH A mcs,ENGINE United States. v"Ia i I
panniti. lie was 'perhaps tha mpit saaeessfttl NJI2Y1ERU _-_ ff this Insttt&.wtibff: .L, .
wfl42YD .
committee of three was ;fappointtd by the sngar planter in Florida, making more, in for; Practical 'aMeo"and, 7 'Tars Medicia* has secirir d a very .' tlost'will be thoroug&r sad ths pi Us sbfsimitteLto
Designed -
I AVorking f'7 '
$- % 4T tsaded
and
Chair to resolutions expressive of proportion to tha labor employed established frepiiutfcm wherever J5IOSV5OIt41tJtbtIIjnU.
,prepare than ef his
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any iutea b has becfl matt acquaintance with it. b4
those 1jur tbe.n ineerin ased,0 based Th'IU
upset.
the cense of the meeting., Tht Clair there neighbors. ___ I (iiT wkich its superior efficacy has entirely'atone oa its own merits: ,. : airy the ease with the ettrt lj4rt1ns subjeet -.

Messrs. Si. S. fcVesiei, James Bat the InsfJious dIea.sewhich',4 ..been for Profession. fortunate victim of hereditary disease.'with sustained. Tn BIV, 2 of MMbsaatl s;Lu thd iffmi$- of
npoa appointed EDITtDur oL1Va uTItt1 jIII/IfI/I/! !/ sinews swoIUa f lands, cowtrseted which p pila wiU be. UHfrbtgUy riDwl. .
; several larking ia his : I // and bones bell carious ltf required
M. Baker and EiwarJ R. Ire*'such committee years ,system, as age1 advanced I11111ff'! sad vigor; .Tba scntutbWpatient has boca restored to health. to yive th*jrev | fo? tftik Jrtepj
.irici/CaC SY'7wotk
Formerly 3/ tae I [ ,
began to a warn 9 a more threaWaing'attitude.and iPfcfeuir of e of 1 spd Ida areadaats has dor.dw1thuIctr, $, tathsone to aimsef! cAlettlatJen: .." V* 1 T
tLe following Cinl tii Ljiidj ,. AttAar.4.1.1 7- I been made
consultatic'in whole
Who. after reported at the solicitation of his frieods.he visited tent tt rt.!>*! ** ofV* ? 1s ( I years under cutaneous and
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-JT: / j glandular disorder : and
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chronic .. Embroidery wilt
tbeuiaadiia bder
resolutions; : 4 i. New Orleans, with scarcely faint hope ofobtdining Nw tfti Imprictl HyUem Jf Logj* .i .1 d dmnyother, Complaints springiog from a derangement of the secretive ditto ear of Jf.LUrtsoti Md iM, 15 tU iinao-
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-Resolved. That the Whi2s] xf Columbia relief from the medical rkill of that city riikmt,' "The tnests" ..fLitUd -' t I OTulatiom, Dave been raised as it.*ers Jrom to* rack of disease, sad organs now, Lotion North cr Soulh, wber& thjUs; branches* Is tn ar I

county !look with uuJimm sh<*J confidence Eren this hope he soo-i m aniloiefi, and determined by Co'**, 'ett't'etfirII3 I I : :,, jp p'rtIoe.,1 regenerated%. eonstttntioas; gladly testifyto theeOcacy of this inestimable taught mbr*tborongttfj ovenesfly.tl -

upon mr Reprr entat Ye in 'Con res-s. the to return to Tallahassee to die am ing hi* WOXK is'oTgi-a: size; coti6- J I 2 Offences,' has bera testimony published from those time who tO'ti.iiM have beta cured by its ,niewith,ih.it. a.-.d he'general ttrktest d attention poitmeet.will 0f.thd.teIgisdiIS iOIi4ta t* i ethi

Hon. El ward C. Cal.ell. an1 If that in the old friends, 'which, howerer w is'not prm'teHe \ nearly r.vj rri j'os.n t wass upaEI* ,j the most overwhelming, testimony couht fee taoaghl forward ws It, provfl rfetlraU, a mass" while,at to*same time,every thit ef S lectsrisi;

firmness,wh ch he ha* 4tp&ed.| rnl 1 in the was buried here: last ?atur Jay,from the*hotel ot'/irr* < HQ.t JKC)'PUTEA, and six TH otsAtr> its inesUmaMe vain. ,Tfc afljjeudi aad, taos who Mv e aol.f BMSS used coafllnsively tat- lndente will be as tarefulry ssuli- .-
untiring iJeVotionvhch; be la exhibited to he built ivooCUM.. It i will preseul working-drawings medicine, are invited to make a trial of iu virtues,and .
and his mortal rem-iiis jfollowed : appropriate 10 themselves
were J} wfili lie,
I which
the interests of h.x ci ns1iiui ts .luring his t tel lecriptiooi of th'j! uuJjt intporua; machines it akms' can bestow/ ti"A', % k *'- "" two session*of JLv r nos hs elip Tk* trs%sssv 5
to the grave by nearly one of his old fellow- Cuited itatej "of the r .. ;
every ia tLe LidepejQftat re- ., lion commenced on the- second
Monday hi Jan
official service. IUJ.TP the first l -" -v >>v s>-
they assurance ; v v
settlers who remain among the living. salts of Amancaa lageaalty, u will ctfataia com CANCEROUS ULCER CURED, OFjSEVEN < !Y. Sod to end before the seeen2 %od y ia Jane.
YEARS'STANDINO.
that this confidence is rw>t np'acel, and plete practical treatiae on Mecnaaics,itaebiuery'igiue'.woik :: This cure was effected July 1844 there bend ; Tbfe aC& o
they corJ'ally recommpivl n ja the.r fellow s:; aid iiiigiaeeriag ; with all*that is :: .sjMtsw, health. soli eoatiaae/good. July, 184*.-asve\' ao symptoms of,a ratura, in July and end before th .see d Jtfooday k7 is.

citizens of the Slate for rielect.on.Retolved Goods at Reduced Prices," ojelol in more th&a oe thoaiaa'd dollars worth' i i1 Hessrs.- 5vso-C.nUeo.i- t> f- r""V. > Z.T.rLJ sly25.t8441 December Pupils eaa sntorishy tim..apd
the of folio volume. nu aiiuei, aod otlia/ books. lewmr facts in eoasUcr it bat an act of instie* to ]you to state tlw will only be charged until the snIjf liii tIT-..
That in ATTBP"JACKSONVILLE refcrenc
further. course pursued The great object ot' tbu publicutio is, to plaoe I h CAHCIIOVS UI.CSB*to the great benefit I have received ia tnaBat ewe of aa ob-- Pupils derive pea adtsbwpverbjsatsr.
by General Tayl r .i njfra-nm!* from CHEAP sTORr'b pt'actical laea and stu JeuU iiuch an aaiooat ftfl1H1 I was attended eighteen on months ay breast. ._;' .,- -- -,' Lie at the bejpnnjBg of the tern' .

all interference w.ih ihe ictcWi of 'Congress ,,. lauufduoal aid suieatijc suio bdge, ia a CJHdoascd lI Ivies and eounMl of one of our by most a regnlat able *aA and siflfol physician,misted by the. 'iooBg ladies pursuing1 toftfa -
the ul wh ch now itatins the T' >>Ssb his just rece'red t4 sioetha I'unn, &J shall eaable them to work to the I :ast benefit whatever.' All the various methods of erperieuced surgeons, without UM Cfiive dilJelU"S * jett m a
upon > ; ; foCowiig articlew".i.h he oTors at avuid thoje mutakesnicU :: >r ate w eks in succession breast treating cancer were resorted to;
o dil. advantage, aad to my was burned with
ad caustic '
Union, we see norhin* WI i ch Ibe* not meetWith : for Six n was three times- a-day -.
prices thu ca.uot tail to sui jiarclisji-s tbcy m'ght, othe.wue commit TheflQ.LLt ftd itemal daily syringed with a weak solution of nitric add. and the w
our corJ'a! apTnb.i| ( on : J'AIH!, wee J JaMireJ P inted la-tins; from H "M to W 4 LU of awful jafozntioa thus brought to- ;' 'Ij robed the ulcer ulcer was and so examined large that the it held over aa ounce of UM solution. Tb canty. doctor or The codjso of study is divided

tha* h poi.cy hi* born J c'ate.l bra IMka '\> at 4 !'" g Jier Li almost b-yond p.-evodout in sac-h works t I liL :r bone, and saLd Lii. dzieu. was advancing rpi4117, \\Tht Stdia of the JUve iazttt.ar.peiDg .

wisJom too exa tc-J for tht4 who n< ai. '.%'!Iite. PIzi1 i a .d Fid J, fn r ta "" t d.ed, the.-. is bArdly aiijr abjcct ivithiu its l; cold bs fataL. I was advised to haTO the breast laldopen a'4 the bones Keadinj, Wnticj, an4MsntaZ&r1th-
1* Li szwse4 2
i1 gh :U14. rl.1 l-i *. J *.; r rakh is not treated wim tau'a clearneu ; inetie. -'
hm hei 1 tat! hal-p-n-ra. ip aug I a
to conir< : Taylor rapdiyethnjoi., Igriphy I-
'alieu otb.i1as stl.f 0-3 1 to JO .1..u peis.o1, that evi a m.i of the moil o.-di- : Seeing aesparf ofrecorery, and conEdered my case nearty hopeless. ;, ,
aanou.rcf.1 Ji a !ra ice It te.t n i o i i.- ,i ie_ "hamb j-if-s.f.-cm 2 to 2> *-, uii .. -jji jii/ it.tat fail; ot'uajarsjjuidiag it. aud.aji I ItIHji ;; Lia,In cases sunday and c.rti5cates of cur. by the us.of SstV Ssssaps. Grammar, Writing, niuimsj. '

terkre an 'by h.c vMn li t> e -otty: Fiji e l '.ac**. om 1 l-i---; >o <. .c ,t g from it laach Qich it u important li,,' !::( ': used, bus, from the to long my own deep-sested,I concluded eharact to try a few bottles, several of wh3cb A
frsn the reMi 1:, ot 'tte! ::t i iS'-Vr at o i of 'j C Ha .ik'ehe's. !.'om 12 1 ;' 0" ..O.i Ul to 0.-1O* eKIed rhenge-'Considering this as the bfllyprobabl.ofiny disease( pvodud ao very Botany, 1ILd.rnGenpipwygt'tk. a.. at
Mae-i rR*. roa SI 4te' > Tjr. i $ :;' ltd the diseas, U enDrely cured. It is cure or my case. I perse, the Glebes, Parsing Exerei.es jtistory.f
the faa: a fur-M 'err if!, ll.r Nrtk LI'Ofl rbo a HWI2-1 lijt of the p.-i.icipal authors r 1 U over eleven mouths sine. the cure tbs
Nurl.er.. m i, fr el I fnia a E.C-bO.t L i .*. f-'m '' >*' JL xi uubjdju coji /ioe.l i.i this wok, it is solf'-cvi- : conipleted. ftyttlf' WILL; there, and s the not te ilihtct appearance of a return. / tktreftr. pr.. United States,*Watts.a thO.I4..BbetSI1ea1
; < bUkaTl
; L; :aa.-.aJ tor! f fji 2.1 !5t5 2 i liatu ..uj cUueod u d :dij tins p.-ctioal and I I I I iker muAeatl la,i cur* tntirfly fftftti tf SA.B SAtiiritrLLi M I t..h Heading, Jelling, and Defining # -
to the for the.r a-j IIM.J Sum <| avc taring tin tan 1 wi tuatf it, mar have /take r 'Jymvir Sf fi .
country \ ajst-Jm? it o' ;' -;* aiviiAwr.Jmseve.y ; ; -u.<:..u a/u, ..1. uu/ .4..Y. Ma.jU.udvaaiagejL'oia I Please excuse this Ions-deferred m y rout. -Algebra, becbyof.
Ion; s'c: 1It4e: every :H st4 e t>1>jrct o. abe piiire Tritt m'l"- othj- t'i1"* htH ryooj iiio jijjjciiioa 4 id 4udy of taii pablicatioa; II t tHiit'$ t I ake.-' Tons valuable Sarsaanlla cured acknowledgment so.,wx1i the,blessing which-1'think of Dvm.it Prowidenc.toy duty to Heavens, \r rcesterfa WttdrJ, alytfcsl Beta-

to theStiutli. anJ the ta oq] ui>ulJ i.. 1-n--- latL-ly! -eec'vjj V M'l H n1:' '* T Ui s foil JUT Lug may be eipjci Uy deiiguated: :r '' tothing else eoild; and I feel myself under isitthg obligations to 'I ,, ny, Parsing in lb. theU2 leadag aay WsUng.
t Idilu I you. eta
have been jrsIvr.l; by tbe' i4eri.o.t.o.i} : J %tit; 23 -'f U": I. P. f?JF/-VE": .vLllivrigbU; moulder and boiler makers, artificers I' I't : ii vs r many beeii,thug to call I opon cannot me write-, ani I and will I do satisfy most them respectfully of mita lathes aicted en I (d.uIyCornponbonwrjtin Senior Sf_. qAtgjIesuelaisd. .

in bni4 sad tiu cutlers aid workers t lti i d winy Other in fully the truth. .as. stated.&ovs, ,
things
the PiesJei.tai; v to. ;| copper ; ,j! refeenc to tb case: Trizonb'metry, Chemistry, f o
Resolved further, Ti.at sir l pomriifiui to W < -- iiv i.-Au i-l'ii tennershis of steel iu gsaeral; carpenters- brickmakers; i I4ANCT.J. MILLER, 21S SnIUvan>street. PLOiDsbphy, JUoral Philosophfpby
the compliments to the people of Jackwivilleaad workers ia ivory, bone, And horn; civil engineers, ( and Latin,'(options
the Whiff party throughout Slats unanimity vicinitv. and rw to aiiou-ice that h* has railway coutrastors, and contractors' for e&rthwo.kujj LIVER .COMPLAINT. General WtiU-sg.
Composition K
firmne activ tr. audF, the utmost opened a iTRfTfXS SCHOOL at [Mrs. M.ixET'S. inuoary of avery description; a.'ehitecU I ht ITae foL'owi&g is aa extract from a letter received from Rev.- William Garasha- ;; :,

watchfulness RIU n>t a-iy a'H.j :MMjes wli ch wb -e Lad'ei aid 3e-itlcaiaa, woo wanl.I amp -d oide jJiidJM, 'biuldel-s, majtcr'maal, and I itl1iIt t:: I BerkSi.rrVg..Os.2I84s. rucxsJuvcndeCetiaVtl&entl'perses.orTflTm4
-ov, thjir p* mn 'i'p. cat d) s itIaes baiUe/ ina .cis of vtueli. ship TMesurs. Stnot:-.I have been afflicted with
u ,
the r jwVitcal (ppo, irnta; may, enit-amr ..nra jip :4 t b | a diseased bver a severe pain m my side occasioned of 8
l'o.-cU havl.igraJl -jhol-i.. 9 or 1 ya*** cu i-;a.i, a ul o.lia.-j c4)L.e-J w..h bjiidugid I'j' : ,for lbs last twenty years; suffering at times what language can- First Class, -
se : an I that tlitV: Kic'ljc.h. s |ir DC p e o 4. tbat write will t convey; but since taking your Sarsapanlla. 1 hare bees .
canno; fial it airaatasroujto lioJitag jh.pjj bla.-k aadp4ittp makers hemjicoiM.ua I S that I have been able greatly relieved, so much ScotdUase; U 54 MU. 1500,,
to riiiii! : ? but tie gx>2 uf t ienCH\ it. y. s? i.l them U: .j:., aM ttII4 ig.I,3 1 a L fifteen months. I to attend discarded to my business, and preacb occasionally for the Junior fituUies,. ", M
wholly rSeuiorStudies r'
Jo>eph Hull! E>q m-Vei tBi :.ap'o3 j of I Lvlles* tne-t nf TT2 o'rt-J-, t* M .. tUu.-.ji iana a t4.<;.i ofiOi'uj 4i9tL4a44L.C4 ; I.: [rsaparilta. a hich I can recommend in all truth other sod medicine sincerity, and to all thoroughly tfuwe who tried UM ,. MMusicoa -..
rnsn a c rlr cndK-1 At Privat' tessau *rfi l b : y ar *micted, are in "
; I uiijaui* ci.-a eaLwi : uILi witli any tfieeies of fcrofuhms complaints. There Piano, OO
the rew/.ut on*, lut before t.e Jie! --on waPu' ;rairel Tebiate.' -0'. g taijj, vr ioJf'j a..d jkez. t I ; Ii :itArftabie tte<. rtires effect*.! by its u,e w tins TU-IOUT. Urs. I. Shaw, by have the been use of some six L'seoflnstnnnenif f &"iDrawiBgandPainfinr ,

on mot'nn of Jaiid.Mt Eq1 May1GI33. If.r'le e .u..u..id &i.j c ><,:a uax, a id wool I iniuo. ( I'ii. : .' '. W ass strrens.rectoreJ bo to hnd better been health thai, otto nJ'Before enjoyed for tea years; and ?,'? ; '" .3-
; &. ./- MU..UO t.j blCdua ii aid wilico p.ia tj ii Uie use of a lew bottles. sererdy nfli.rteO with Erysipelas was entirely enradi Wax W ork and Embroidery, 'MeV' 10 G
Genre W. Ca!'. E-q.. of.14P.o3! con.,tv, AirN1iLL : .8rk tiopi io.Jo.j uji m aoa c.-i, .ikad pcrjo u iaj j'I Tours truly, WH. GALUILA.'i French, Spanish, and Italian, eletl- 13 00

was ii vie to Urefs thf;!nefij ', \v! ica hed'd : Male and Female School. c L &jL,. L. iWii .i..ier$ .aa.U j Ia.Lg j.id uha tosers u !! I III ui: CURE OF A.SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYES.. It will'be perceived that 82$ 00&$ rm l th. ..,,

inan tppr prate an l/-el' TJ f*t ma-in-r. SaT :ML a.eJ &-d: cull aaa rivj. ;,, I,: jI! ; iessr,. SAHDS:-Gentlemen__My butt Xmtlk Knfl.m. R. 1. OcUkr I!. 1847. highest Literary price- and that S-'rientii stabs eharjed'tbe H I'.1a
>* -rn .r isforms Use citiiess of Jack I daughter wbeu one oJ.) was attacked wc4s I'4ig
.. ,.i.t I 'i :h fear
the! 1. & ;: ; Ii'4 LL 4.L 0w cutu.s a crufal a.iJ tt which
when the on wa re.oitionn > vlll S.MMI after extendedintu thcA.ucientLangu&gu. .
quest JM < ?and 3u Toandiiig caoatrjr that ha has lujte d ;l ,i 4 4 runt total MimliieM .n of her cjes.cxusict "
hnanimotislv, aloptel | opened his SCJIOUL ia i the ComtT R r x, (s>-coml re.a uL.cCs ux gu.; &; gaul ; .a..U11. dI rnkOr4; ii I i physicians to attend her.>ne who Ibew.exbau and"ted dwfigurmg their utiiwwt her skill alioe to! fare. 1 relief employed, The Institution wffl he supplied nth bemiaal
but
On mo oa of S. S. W4>r. 11f q.. a cntnm'ttee story of the Court-Hoaw ) He-retnras his I -ud c.nukcf make.*, lo-o uuAc.-i. rAtIuIeVea t, lllifedl! > :. it" ill ne pfi.re.l unein.ainl dually oue ot tUrin remarked to me that give he ncr bad keosi> of and Philosophical Aparatna,ad i iweQ assorted
thanks for tbe liberal patrona.Ete extended to hm. e : sinking cures eeiicd.by Sunn' ifarsapanlia. sad ClaAjiwO, Uiitorical, andMUaHUi usUbrar .
w .d uu.bio uUijas dyc.watL. ., aJrlsed we lo it. I ciii -.
of fiv., ron tpTnz: : or MJ | r R l.lnB'onnt. : and his .O4 cutttiii i i li :j ; e.I one butue. wlucb sue try
hopes by exertions and perseverance,' to I I cumiueuced usutg. aiul lt ire u MS* ait used it had X.
.S Lt LUI4(3. 4nps C1dwae li1 t-i-ie-l ait fuiirf up K. Total 'Music taa tl to fit thapop2,
C. R. Dnnni.. S. S.4Ve-ter[ t El- merit a coatLaoonce of the same. IIi terms ; II tt curt. It is iiuur over four years since sbe waa cured and there has ,
.nl wIthout
ccu4. dy..a.l, f-o no rear ebarge i
c Inuz&44Iro4; war R. Ive! an 1 S !a L. Iv 'ack, were a re- mk bJei4 ,witu -' e t tires me grrit it is a perfect car*, -
f'or g hI3 ts uga Jtt ;), poof I piejranre Iu add that 1 ran retuxtuneud it to every sufferer (rum One-half terms of taitioa. ari.eoi sjderael dM ia
Reading, 'Writing any
recommend to iheeop1e of the and Arithmetic, i.eiu. pUauU-o i, Uix oUwtarC.l oroa I Ill1 mar rumrtlaiut. 'Krstcctfu1y j ,
appointed to ; | per quarter. 00 t jugai yours UEU1UI KOBW8ON. advance, or the whole at the nuddJ| fth.'t.rm.
84 b..t. s.d i oJ wUeel, .'
county for tlier pn' eque'rit approval ?u'tiMe The above, with Grammar, Geography, or *4wsy, ;aid 1 naPalm AXb Scholars from abroad cia nubta oss.ith.
io i.tvc.s /- SOLD,
n&u.e WKOUSULX
& s4 p.i.ig e.gt pee..gHiCO4 AXO Rrrirt, sr
candidates for Senator' andi RppresenutTve History per quarter, 5 00( g.L OU.A.iU.; & bL1 i.&O ( ;, ; 1 A. B. & D. SAND thoLiinilyofthePrineipsll pdvaU& *-
to represent this county ,in the i.ext Or with two of the latter branches, per j aad captiUJ of i.c. ui vcJ.-tU; ua.ui rt i 'p DKIUOISTS AND CHEMISTS, lies ia the.town. ', !?. fcir '* '
quarter, 3 SO( 1IXJ FCITOS-ST., COB.1KS OP WlLUAM. NtW ToCC.f .
General Assembly. j ol 4-ai.iOJary eaealuery tUUd( IA43.MU &.Ml o.vM.r1t : ':' ii <
lie! will teach the higher branches of Mathematics o 4W ta1Li, ma. >!d a'.so by Druggets generally throughout the United States and Caaadas. '.. : sbN-
On motion it wan ren're! 4"at the proceedings : also. Latin and Greek,if necessary. cutii uullers, .4 peses co iie&c& iI Price al yrr U<4tie : six Ikrttles (or $1. 1: B1J"rt t4 4

of this meeting b'e puyj! >hed in the Hours of Tnitioa-From 9 to 12, and..from bolUug aa l b. a-sep. auug chiaery, farmers 'S.t THC f A3,

Sentinel at Tallahassee, 5nJ Kspublican atJacksonville. 2 1-2 to 5 o'clock.WILLIAM aad poi'soas luiag g.-aia-sueUiug aad threJbingma I *- --<' *, D.

| T. PERPALL. hiueryi boiil wofc.c.s, carro.'s, eagravei-s,a juomauaeat xFebruary1l35O. _

On motion, the raeetinz ithen adjourned.WM. Jadxomrille, May 9, 1850. tf the lOdaoiActuriiig makers in o
B. fipSS, Chairman. lead tuUlug; Unea *ud ira paper tnaltoi-, ship ,,: .Madison. Male AcaCCBnrj. ?*
S. L. NlBtAn. j Business Copartnership. owuera, but*)?Busier, LId uiucr* t.atee4ed ladfodgiug -'-,' '.-- .- M. -A u d4 J'i
.cecret1 loachiucry; well sinke.-s; astronomers, Mutual Life Insurance' Jn'tbe Circuit Court :... E Emerelsea' of this liiatl t

A bill has parted the Senate, Enthnnzn'the DRY GOODS CLOTHING, GROCERIES pbilojopjers, and others using philosophical ap .- EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IK resmoedenthe &en4M.d of ji
ratvu aud iustrumeats iniatijt and last the >
; eugtueers ACZCY.OTThIZ under snprintendene du etisslbia at
Secretary of War to pay ti Capt. Geo.E. ic., &c. oboe interested ia pumpiug engine, pe.-soas interested .w Tdrfc I lfs Insurance CHA5CERY. Mr. B. ZAULN; lategradaslNi *f C toa-

McCIellan the FDRI rece'w.rw" to UNDERSIGNED have this d in cautls s4 a-jueUacU, warehousemen, < Company, College. From skea'e1edpf.Jti. Mt4is'*
satisfy
THE y opened MALT
ROLIJSS her neat friend
store on the North East corner of OAT and others uaubjdruIiu, preueB, dyna&ontetho No. .68 Wall &ree4Ne.u Yark.MOEEIS by ,, capacity aa a Teacher, derivM C t a 3 wpaiiaM
Ins claim for services ren&rrej R.hd ?ubsteace ; and OCEAX Streets, aad will conduct business erases, jack screws, coamoa and feed cranes; TS.EESJAXCT and trial ddritfj the quartet tf.taa&H Ttacjast

and forage farnished. ia fatt Florida therein under tks name and style of workers in metals and alloys; tin pLate workers; FRASTUX, Prttvient. 'jRottrrs. closed, as well as from the most an&ia and satisfactory
> clock STE.ICCII S. BE.XEOICT, Via Prcidtni.PU.TT fllcgibV Edof,
spring manufacturers; whlelwrigaU, m& UPON rtodicg and Complaint testimonials of fortaar .ccr. $: bsTr.
in the year 1840. KIEL fe STEPHENS. ken aad horologUU, etc etc etc FZSTSAS, rtwi77. la this caaie. and proof of the readeaee tees, of.this Academy nnbmitI&Dg.CdIM

They have opened already a handsome assortment The publisher have ezpcadad a large sam o Amount of Funds liable for losses, $205.033 34B4. of the uid i>Jndaat beyond this Circuit,' \ it to tbo consideratioa of parent1! ai 41Karflaac ,
CahTtlle ConTciitluii.-At NjuihIt1.. ot DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. money to get original d.aingj of Duwiiiaery ia; of Premium above inrestmsats, 165,9J7 67 1 It ii Ordrrtrt, That a tearing take place'on the who may be desirous of placing taos i adff their

A larjre meeting of the Voter jf to which win be shortly added large and well se practical uoc ia uiu country, aad hare procured ficts and' allegations set forth in rail liHl 09 the charge in-a< titoatiott fforiB Ia fces4u usy fbealuifnllness
Davidson
lected stock of GROCERIES HARDWARE, aiuiosi every wo.k on the subject, whether pub- i4m tte AHtf Daily! Advertiser, Mirth 17, '47.! i4ib d'iv'of AlarcH next ; jmd .that a'copy of of location and high Adn aoi m
County. Tennessee, wan Held 4 Xanhville, 4c.. and all articles ia general demand. liilicd in iigUad, t'raace, or Germany, the most LIPS tbis .Order' bepablfabod far the t v& of three_ tellettail ed ro inferior lo BO oti t ttHte biasVem
on the th inst, to appoint; Dele;*ate* to the They intend to Bell oa reasonable' terms for ejdoaual pavu: of which being comprised ia this b ; I.iarHASci. practical illustration been ofith tarathsprevious thereto. *" ."--- -" Count' Students may W 'frsKMd] at4bi '
aeSU of Life Insurance bas
Nashville Convention, in fane! nest. The CASHorcorrrRT rKnorcE, and respectfully toll 1-icUOaay, reuder it as perfect and cCmp.ehea- recently THO. DOUGLAS-Judge.. Academy id cut., any 'CeDej* Inv M-Uaitai
furnuhed "
in "
this in the of lamented '
cit a share of the sire Tbe have endeavored city, ease our 'A'trne copy: Statea. &, J *X *** .
Hon. A. J. Dnnelson jappd public trO1t.; <>anneitts as possible. paUIiaheiti vI
was sted Presidentj felly w-eitixen, the late Erf ward F. TeV While
I 5.-tW.: BA.XETT Clerk and the Seal of said '
% Mil be manufactured to order heretofore. to u*: great economy ia type, so that each page la Th3s ctertattmticrawms 'BiupiS BMU
health "
V. Williams and Ftank McGavocb good some time last year, be elected
:, KIEL & STEPHENS. of tbe work contains at least four times the number aalnsurance Court."J> deportment of the students, both .bye Trmtoss
Vice Presidents, and E. \ ..Hifjkman, Sec April 29th, 1850. tf of words fouad ia j-dinary pages of the same atie.Ibis1 Ydi1< Life Insurance on hU life Company of 5,000, ',(in formerly: tie New-tb.Nautilus ., February 2S, 1350. 3m. and the leacher; TheAeademyisI $ wiskin '

'Y. J. B. Son tha!I, zt Chairman of a has also secured to each plate workiog- ,) of whiob Mr. James M,.MonUon u the, irmnfrdiata vicinity of.tM vils

Committee, reported a-sere of resolutions! tender my- thanks to the'poblTr"for drawings of ample size and clcaraess,so that a mecnan agent in this city. Mr. Test died very suddenly. : Tn'theCircuhlCCUt. Court-Ileuse, in or jearr whkic i cs )omzdat .

of a right Southern stamp, arid in favor 1 the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed c may construct aouuniielyaay maobioe descnb and the other day the amount for which bit life EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IS maybe obtained on,most re aon4iS.a.Xs
d. schoUstie win b
$ year divided uto M
cf the Convention, whfph '' were advocated L- ppon me, and rei' ectfully solicit its eonlinnaOce This publishers are, in short f determined.. regiudle wasjinsared,his five thousand Mr.dollars Mnndon.was promptly rs _,_ :-' .i five months each. The,ftrst-se jnjioa

: bv himtelf, the Prestdynt, T. 11 Those who are indebted ,to me will please call ** of coiit. to mike the work as complete as paid:TbJs over eircnmstaoco to family requires by comment from a n* cnASCEHT. the second Monday in Jsnni
:. Moseley, E.q. and others; i and Opposed by promptly 2d and 1850.settle.' MOiUU KIfcX. possible ; sod it it hoped every One deAroos to to give rcU. peaks to every bead of a M&kYficLuc3: ,'by her next. friend,, before, the second Monday 4.7bO
May
.' the Bon. E. H. Evrioe, Job. Hugh Smith, tf obtain the work win procure it as iiued in numberi family .in a voic that cannot be misunderstood, vs. ood to commence.oa the 1Con4Th&7JaJI

Esq., and other The result, 'ct* the adop The, and thus encourage the enterprise. and should not be disobeyed Tbe advantages of EtSJAXVX ROLLEtS.ON and end oa tEgriw.int-s; tte' .5ut4q isDecember'
will bo semi-monthly
wo.-fc iuued ia
tion. laire of rrlblation Jacksonville Store numbers tbe system, its beae&ceat and happy results, will reading the foregoing and tne affidavit Pbrt.Th4teLt
by a majority a i.f- Cheap commencing in January, U5a, and will prgre suggest themselves to the jmind ot every reader: U of Peter Sparkman, which accompaaks the end of eacjlsesida. : P
feTed as a substitute or aaiendmlot Mr with great regularity. half the tnitioafor a seiaoa :la
by and trust bin to and do likewise.1Certain ? pay
we iadice fgo motion of James,A,.Pedan Esiz
; IK -..
same on
LEDWtTJfS The 4) th end of the seasia
Southall, in the following worJsjr"RaalvfJ 13PJCR BUILDiNG, wboie work will be published in numbers itistbst DO prudeot taaa'whohassfamily It u OrdertS That the tiniefor hearing the the UIane4 at .J f,
Street.SUBSCftIBER at 23 cent number,sad cLod within -'
. Ttt it ii tlrt aenw ef }jti< mectinf Bay the eurreat year per,lAO. A liberal comp discount will dependent upon bAit.for snpporty will oeg above cause be enlarged JU.'movta.'r'andiie Ttso7 iroirjOrthogrshy ;
that] it if inexpedient at present to Jg O1nI bel npHE wooJd .fespfetfaTIy inJL I- be made to agents. leet for a day the imrarancecf his Uu.! s !same *e act down for hearing the cex T.t-a) of -j n

gates to represent Uaridmn euftnty 4l the outI:: form the citizens of Jacksonville"'and;surrounding Any one remitting the publishers'$10 in advance the Circuit Court to be hplden faar thfl"Cfiaii>f ReadingaadFl :
'' era Coarentioa prnpoted t* be ,held mt I. country, that' he opened.th. .above, I. ; shall receive the work through the post Annual Rate* of Inturanu of Onftundred Alacboa and Levy iBsrtead-a tb1WaU l-.per session 'rArithmetiAGcographyi-* ; **k

; OB tbe nt stoudsy ia Jane oezt." **i tablubment with a view to sell good*,at n uMoiV office free oleapeuss.. Dollar* on a Single Life, March next, as before ordere.5 Jiglisal.History
rates, believing that a "nimble penny is better March 14. t 6t< p 'r' ,>- THQ. DOOGCAS, Judgee. ,Composition, aaa Luv'Da"

: Tne meeting then adjourned. T than a slow shilling." He has received. aad is y At Chambers..,January. ..9th, 1S50. .GeoIftPlai-aa( Jis-
After the of the constantly receiving, the HOST - t ngsoometryj coaurs o(
adjonrnment the ffeetln rAsaioABLK and 1a A true copy t ; > ,
friends ( LATEST STYLE of Jf'aMCyand Bttapl* 01 .In Circuit Court ,. g'w Ba'iur Clerkaa'd the Sell'vFSh 5f i of Southern :
M Couvehtio ;organized OoaJs, to wit *' '" :y E. E 0 ,' ; Conic. Sections, Difl fcntiil and iniCalonfij .., .. .
; themselves with tbeHtm. A. Jj, :Dnnelson EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. % s.- :t. ourt. *; Natural and M.reP1I"
English and American Prints Giihz'n 4' c4l- 0' ..iQ'c Teb.2SlS.r' .
Chair Astronoiyj CheIstr7B
and ; t&iyasr-
inline adopted the feWuUonsorigioally t
oSered. Chambrayo; White an otore11uIin COUNTY or DPVAL: IK Catczat.- 'U'-1!. 7U'U' ., .*iorGoJojty.. .,Rbetort. .y. -
,
: t EnnbrrjiJered Muslins'; L'i.en; Iiwiui; Elisabeth Callahan, 1 / .g3 .- 1. :. >dministrator's NotIce ,meats of ,Criucim5 .at a'

:'; We are not MirpriaeJ to *ee* tbt the fanatical &lk TiffnranJ BarezeL.Cj Ha. Jkrchxef 5, Alexander. rs Callahan.: > Enifor.Dirorce" -. SIX-MONTHS after dale wf! shall preseflt Cur reeocbnrtinnIl! I '1
Sillc and Cotton Jr ; an4 vouchers the Honorable* the
spirit of abolitionism and 3freesoilismM HAiidkerchiefsf .
; 14 72' ,4t i $
boetite, Cotton Glores Lisle.! hn Silk IT. appearing to the.satLjfetion <)fiUi. Court, 15 abr. a IS)' '3 40 [Judge of Probate tor Dnval CoonttJbf a final -'
to the compromise prep sed by the ; ,Sj> ajiS1k'Do. by aofidit,filed, that the Conimitltre of Thirteen White artJ Colored Hose; the..ttUt ofIt 18 ft) 62 12.351 : t W'L
or to-aoy pta'0 above entitled cause -reside out of< & of thrEstate James PPelote. dedeasedlat* r a '
trfaici) boatd promptly adjuet the presentonliappy "' 4 HaIf.floe F1u.id*, Lad beyond the jurisdict.i sL of ibis Court, 13 17 .88 a 91'165 aE1W; 44 43 .1.I 191'1-373) 1.94-363 of said County '' -f ?' '" '

*' Brown Shirtings anJ S : therefore oa motion of said CbmpLilnn- S.B.TRO41EOth $
J5'. controve y. The, 4J na.iwcues J&inu AI, 19 9I.73: ,46 193 ,:' v. H. i.iOiE
iJryant, q..heroliciior CHALEa ,
1 -
,
t, :, and laciion.5tA who have .hruil itt ,tb. pre-; B.eaclwIl 'l' it .foW.-Tbat sai4l> feadant appear and 23 1 951fl. 47 193 199,401: .' ij .- ,Adiinistrctors. :

:' r il-fficulUe* poa u know will enough; Ir.nh Lneni; Silk; Cravats; Cor! >reJDo', .|; answer tb.W -Uwnpkint oed Complainant 21 2 9t1.< 43 194; 202 4172ft4.j449 .4 % -. ; : T .
22
: thai tbey'aje kut n gtfl.-b.r.ta, ttxivmaM m.le Table DA na.-.ki;' Sebicti D.aper within Uiree months, or loa same"will be taken Mcoafeud 23 W 97 103 '193 sa. '6O 49 19244&i'), -;-;.; ':. I.. .V;.'

' s;; Iheln: .virft'wttea Uie i ght o(<<\ :*rc a i J S fb. aii.J Cambric Muslins: ,'* against him. 1 .; <*, 24 99 107 IY'3-' ,51 I.97.-2Z 475 Columbia C.uatT(- lys:C U ct ur> J A1aa&C a*tjr Tax CUas $st. '

tra-wju.t *ha.I be Bar'J Do.;'Sir: ped DA ; ..ft fiWtS:OrderTKat a copy of this Order, 00 20} 37490 h* -- '- i : '' :
ty lre
'reu. They on a 'i- ; ;? 12,204 j' I. T ii'tt
the Clerk of be 25aj
duly ce.-tined by. this.Court, pubIl4bed Tested ta :
the bylaw
UUM.aa4wfcen White aitJ CoiofeU: Brrlin CurU 1O7l17s211 2 10, Y-VIR.TITE ower me VJK.TUi;of authority ia
a .uuxt c teaMite will ; -nTrunmuigN in nome printed within the Last- 1843 B for sale; before the Court '
newspaper I shall .
27 1.12 123 2174 2 IS ckpos. 1 shall expos* ibz aaWta .
t. .beuut&ea, or ft4bcftfl-4 unlrlwita COi IR -' of etry? Jr f'p.tib.j % : 'f'CoUgne era Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively. 23IJ'l-Zl, 224 '"85' 232 321 578 House door i ;-tbe.town of AUifltor cot the eoLr-hosM'der ia the Uwao/-ae :

uu,*. ; French, Eiu Cwi; >,* .;.. ..' for.three. months. 29 ;l23:133231: G 247 356 605 First Monday bf Mareh.next ]B9e improved lot Monday, the wghth day of.July,A-ite && '

.' Peari. Gilt,1 and Ban Bntfo.i41 +*"- ,';. THO DddGLA& 1uge. lSll.262.J 57.27G4'627 in tbo town, otCoumbusaumbeJ knowa,) touch ol thf,land wB d bj tha jWJswbf aa
4. '- -- : LeeV ia: Coadoj* ;* 3SI '1' 1"42243.. belonging to Jolm .B. Linn.. VlZT1J I iwTIV: T rrrI4 0),JUt .r5 -
i.- 41* I* LEWIS FLEXI.NO, lerk of said!Court, .do 33'fl45I65Ov ": -' --- '- : i'lUGI' ': '
7bllcihawe 51UI41U.;() Littto a hereby.certify th* above'to bo a true copy of an 32' 133 145 250 'SWofthi ta1alAc.a- -
: as; 9t.00
&ntc 'l'1 3.t'IM :2 s7G4: 4
,1 Order made and entered of record ia said entitled deprsntandpsrtoftrelbf kOTaO "
: ; 1&J'253" 6F45-JoI __
tia&.n e i: oamw in said Court, on the 34 ,135S3 1s ,. Levy's Ziacr* tricthst1.d; j4t*. e-
;
,With eiry'variety of ooimnary-'kept I aa1)ryoods uth4PrI7. 135 'V5L2 7; l",62 V4 U. T5 29 .7 65 ; '
,L ..chtrW1II.P.4.c 'b.44bdM.w'o T.. Stoe IOdsa... -T/. ; -? : c.49Q"56G783 erty of Moses',
Firwxis wAVig to rp rchasewfl IWIriLM wguEr,1bere2ntO set 36 139 157281 : '
,
ksns CcI; -
.Wi9 .
"
f Dr schics. dotll to tail aid exmu.' for- 'thttn- [u's j .my hand;" so4,' aflLtptbe Seal of.said 37 143 Ic,29G &t.9Jfl ,855 ,iSai_ SomneaoTa' ;oOO: a.irct of
S3 17lF'01
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i ; :.iik : -i--' '; u. 169 PURSUANCE of a Deorw'of 77ewni&svineaBd Jftata&ftcbelioz aodImsid to
ColW.. wailwro ialie ...Sut.dluM -, ; I8r185Oi r ,. to'Joha it,Berriealaodowned aJmiia,
rarji& 4.. '. .. .- ',,y., ; ftrarjt oral John's Cgnnty, made at ttalastNorembir -
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$__ -.- -. -'-' -, ; ;"L ...: Terrath! HLanda'ia-th.;Arre4ondormat ey ( DJS -
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> beloagU-g to the Estate of Peter Mitohd.
of tU Hw1on.ofiIori4a bf % to UM t4ia .
bell .
are fcUe.Vri trtw-wft-
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I 3 UaJud Suu ,'aad stRe (jtirrti : NEGRO : M8Iicd.'ExIir3iIsftr14iabkIMln $ For Jcacnptions off tie amnoer of. ai4rsferencetnay.Vehsdtathe ,- much of the had owned; or rojinky

;jii> CJotreraaieit ii r "PraHkad tb&tlie bg'3! o T1flI(4 I ,,ET "ERrF Jt thOfoibo "' ; :Ma.hh2i t. If.- .,,.; printed deeraeiArwi */. : by & U..*r JX 3, Corhi; *? st

'i Li&IC.- : iL3 Estate>f. : :; *YjfAi>nnrflKftM inn*! ft* mAArffJI tff %."- .laud known a) Levy's 30tio'a scc,1sus4iID'0,.
.i township ii. n19 nlto
; iiirhgbeen gati'ted'to the subscriber by the 1en .U % >ar 6 tsUBY ;
.Va1uWa'Coa Iy, !Tax;C e or *
FL Master Ocal.i Msrionr Cs. ; rssectitI
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iaarstsIroattset Fla alpenoas
emiaiis Judge of, I'rotMte for Moaroe"Couaiy. ; l4i4 .i 'Pr'
1. -. *a rfaimt 'solj iisUte are re 44.tTQ' J ;
WILLLM-G40'fljl iei1IR,1j haviug *yrast FIRTUEif cn'bj proerfoZ Isas '
4edW pet the same ** rdiag to law, 0; f shall eiptne fo.'tate r Irl'frant of-taCort .. :r ( toi&u*

f sC.jaai1ta .b$1 4uo I. Mh2L1oL'uflJ. $1i. brre4. I-.1? -* ?' ; Hb* d r'lJ' til*' to4 of Animator, o:) Cilumbla Conuty, sblR'lO seci6l6'to 9, .
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in t--- \ -- ... ,/. feach;Wwr f as will rtslaiwWrfSr '
- .jcVauty a property; ort/tittaerof tile poWK Uw I tue zsad'bt1 .. .
4fa LiI ri& f .r. .! a1aau 3t *Tax CiUtct.r'< SarZ- the tate;end cognty tax, da*th:therco fCf.tbaysnilitrJJiVan4 l Z.atiall UpO56IU ,f +5. fre.itpj4be 25 by.M4r7 }. &rII, wisp ot 4oke. '-, -
: l31.and :iMoete jj( lsttbe t
.; : bfmy4FLtftiE 45 $d '1.ri1.IL'v ; 4dodr'Ldhe; Ntrtusdb4ort.Mir-1's: 4
e.aItM c Y'a. *T" ai j sjsnMia| 1 wlfl (si l C, ) P AiBcrrlinttwreMr'v1sf! 4toM trts' ccoadi IQ3d7inis.Pc$, Ib tIm* tloSiitteit Ofmliai
b.ti. 4. in front fthe tdIutIbn.i d $ bO r.
iu iS ZISt orte'laMilyieg.Eluney. w rtjffttwCCfwfW s m.iich awifl j tb pt. .f1h 1sJ-b* '
L1:; 1$ County, oa the first Monday i* Jua pent, (*.' ;tween I* .tls coadLIo '0tbe' .-.
mach of tbe.land owned by,th .heirs of Waterman .- -
t4 IbZtI$ 'kaoivlIl..L1coL i4er $ ) '
T. mAtId n< NetkInl1lMfltoI
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&li. aJDll: p.yttI tazda*taereon for the Uso, sstyle or 149r U1e11 -
yeaf,l4-taz v tftS Wets. together will all & 'T t-IS5fr WcreT
I ,' ottAfr ntoaM attending sa d sI ,,Ha2 per: tFl.GTvwjo Uart-Naoalt1* OiflrcftirjOrfaftifa ttliir.. i .

." of third &ULaod, boundaries trakBowa." > 4fl5 tbe( tsj NoxemlM l lJ i nSStA-Jv iAlsIb ..' -
1 foi Hnd hfirvr tint Uing Injiili .eot.r, Mil .U sid debta pfb. 1,;,flrj34wtqwl P29O& 54 1 t j_.. tjr._'- -y -rrff i"4/' -?tjs*-- -f5 4P* J1 v .

to '1I w'Rttlern4tfFfl ;5w c1eecasis3sr2y mi.L "Pet 'p 1,. .
one of the heirs of IG' t4t.ft4W! a'laiujiitlaih2
Ex-Ofo Tx .
O'4& &IF.OTZfSiklb.of
TJ4)L r JflDKirhff TZ'B1OV 1O.4'4
!' 4 : Cdumiia Co *y. Ti 'Aizwr at w1ctcr,44$ c._ .
Taz Collector.
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1 DA'iiEPUBL1 A ost of one.tbonsand dbHars.The heads of Wet from'ray throat extended t* my beadfto'tbat toy :iiAtJT uii EXTnA .. : f'

.; f'tta jRi;H 'i 'nt1ttbAYIMk ?\: I y and Fletcher are of a good size for framing.' SAPART4 hearing was very much Impaired-*After taking tia hy Ue *aM at CLJff.tuu eacafe4. with. a 'FOR:c l7/r'W4sHi f1tb1f
The above plates cannot be purchased at the ( the ihortttme.my health improved 'T wa. 4,;a4Me.aU .
,)\ U, 'Y.l.Call"t _. Sarsaparilla a 'Muff .'aTSaIJIS offf.J."I ... ., .
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EP1b7 Cores at less than three dollars each. posweikl. at free- from ; -
and my throat.is an asM M-. .p a 8anMart a>.hUi HMf; .1.
# a1. '.-- ;-PL18DIbEW. cough and tigbtnew' tb._ chest as overI .was ,iCa ,.. aeMMelaf U OZMVJVOrlilaal v4rs. .IX4VZu.
4 'i Another&t cf.Plattsor CM and An lear quite iBrtinetiyi. My1 throat has : ..Dr. &mparUia ,

1 ."l'Yurs'th WI pouan. Pr. &DI1Ui, payable, 'An entirely distinct offer from that above? Icav been wolf about three months,the cure-of which .CT : ,' TWsTwasUI ;w *>* Wraaem >' 4ftt' f +;t4lvx,

rr hg' ) .. log subscribers to take their.choiceof, this wide baa been ejected entirely by_the use otjowr.fiar- i w wtT"1 bus 1.&worUr-rafltOi )so- COD aua

". Sfjtfzi. or befort augeof;; 'premiums-either_ the above' offers or I&A-.ua. : i_satis,sad.tke like.Yet keawuaws the:title ef Or,'*thai r 1 'orienaen -
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paid expiration hose we now propose.. S Your friend.; :LOUISA. 'B.SEVAN.RSAMKh.LA" ,eur-e *f rdatac credit tat what he.U eot.: /TaU U MeaUoa .. 'oIded e.of, claims
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; 'f ti!Jtr,aw, ctj $4.inie. ,Every member of a club or any subscriber bran I t.J .S.aiiis' & ..&A jcf:Fpu' 'msAw'TKBmoM 'tbe pablle aot.Vbe deeelveo) aad'pvrchaaeMM rest or aa4f. : the Exe tiv,., ..

t, :; 1ijU.bt at tbi foflpirlngj other way, shall each be entitled to the four : !-Thie dangerous and bat the OKMVIJfR ORIOINA,;OI.D Ur.Jncok' I I Gaims Af1ij; 10m 'tb. Re olutlonaV 'Tlorida,

,ttL 0.0 Difla4periqvar. (of twelve line) for following' beautiful 'scriptural plates' "Christ's-" .4 alarming affection, which has swept from the stageof Towaseairs'AirMperill havlnf,W it 'the Old Drs,. oMexicaj "J la'aIil. RewIutfonaryf HalfPenxteaj' .
Rebuke/ "Christ Weeping Over Jerusalem, the innocant of infancy
j ,is. *.IW tret,and 8i\ty-Ttrt* Grate for every subse- "The Two Mary at the &epnlohre," and the Deliverance ,time and the so many more both vigorous at and mature age age of manhood ...Ia'bUr-.$. of $naa,-' aU Us..sitaatai pay cor .' Naval W'iAftllrJ

i tfitiaMrUof.. |fo ytariy AdmtiMri a liberal i of oh. Peter." has at length met He.bane and antidote;: .Wiuth.eImsue*. Ilounty.La r. Esr1p.1an4eIp. 11.

: t 1"! irffl.be .wa.., *. ,AH"transient Adrertlse- Premiums are only nt'wben subscriptions. are :; 'a' and its evil effect n pot*.the system are laid waste -I: 1S17or jJOI8&S; Arrearagtt of Paaad
; remitted direct to the publisher. by the powerful influence of Ibis preparation., A
.meats(except fry pw ns having running account The Lady's Book for I860 will contain several little grand-child of Mr: Wm. l'trlck/wood-cor- .. Mileage. d4 utarnlDc'VofaWonJ; 'ClaW for

ftmbpa1dforprey1ouatopublc., hundred good engravings. '" s s_.,_, der, .attacked with:scarlet fever which left ;i Hones Iosv1 other:Property: lb
Postmasters"and others sending Clubs will her IQ. dreadful state ,her body was covered ; IncutvsIb7 Veleateer '
.I 0atrsii. ;. .; ; i- ponies before beo jLa .
!, ; oblige V.B very much by having them all addressed with *arHoW rf_Ut orantiont: &:lirw-MHnp f' & >
ii....Peneasat daance can coven their remittaaeee to one name.' It is no inconvenience to them and something like a bile, and at least two incles in tend and te service'; W' .

II for adWrtitjiJg tbe following rates se will be a great Caver to,ns, diameter made Its appearance 0'\the shoulder, : ten and Tj tt' ; Mid'jis&&rs'.
,
.. I :. ..,' squire: itwe>e lines) published,'z months Premium* to the 7ctrn fending the target which broke and quantity of moat ;
s fct"f Hv:' i (r |i-| ..81000t number of subscribers. tiM, ft'large quantity was'discharged from the !. ,D I'1. .. ptr

-': Two s varea, foflx montb., 15 CO The town sending ns tbe largest number of SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. ears of a very offensive character. Almost:,despairing p.tient&tivl, together' with 'therule.

;',%H!tiee*'to d bt JfAK-SAPAKILLA.; which effected -
Lad Book for 1851 g.atis and the next in number -
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--.. .plkUoa: far$% administration, 5 00 each subscriber shall receive anyone: of the IK QUART BOTTLtS. a complete care, the child having taking meats, b4 i*jrepr d 0 BnderUle aH elalau, of

..' .. ..touceflhI3iTesndidstesforofice, SCO above plates.Address. only one bottle. For the benefit of those suffer what kind. io >r,that war <{uir.4tha! aerrieee

y ""'He'aMoaaeeme!htfll! bo made valeu tlM aamo I.. A. GODEY FOR THE REMOVAL AND PER MAVKNT, ing from the baneful effects of this horrible disease I'4\ oran A'eD".fltt..JlS'O" ; l.g: rr

wh ihe 113 Chesnnt street, Philadelphia. CURE'OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr. Patrick will be pleased to inform any personas
",aeeeapaiiied amount charged. Particulaf,aiteatioa given to the pop.rjstiis.meat

J* Jan- FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF, to the correctness of this statement, if they call : .'
.. dft.rId aotIc1' ; fr private benefit will boefcarttd THE. BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE. at bis residence in Exeter-st. near Fawn-st.. [Baltimore '- \ of Qutrtehaaaten; :accounts \!
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double- thi'rate. of advertising.. SYSTEM. VIZ -Sun. Charge aWtaU? regulite 03;thVaaionftclaimed

v-* KeEgUiRs; qWtwnr! and ManiaSnoUttl.,wiB.JkyiUSihstcratii. SPLENDID ENGRAVING. The following testimonial to the value of anp ttw,extent. of services iutrd.

: 7t. SrrofiJa or fi,%'. evils Rhrvmatifm, obttinatecvtanemtr the "Sarsaparilla. is from' the Rev. Luther 11. All com & 4 ations, to.injure '1nkrttonust;
"pt,ent.pmp'", or ptttldt on the .
to t. c._..i.Uoatlbll.d' bo put paid, THE ICBSCB1BIES ABC KOVV PUBLISHING AM fact blotches bittt' fhroniClortty', ringworm Wright, aged 76 years. Congregational Minister I'riItcI.l OJtt, VHMnant Jfnr ftrk as,. uePaidL4;\ Ii4aes I-I be'...'r"I-
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j.ALL ELEGANT ENGRAVING scald head and pain ttf residing at Woburn. -
: ur fetters, tnlargtmtni OLD DR JACOB TOWNSKND .

? eoflInTIo1I: ECLIPSED. Of tbe Death of the Rer.John W..h 7' .tht bonet aiutjninttt ttubbarn isFcnrssiilhitksyntptoms. aittatn 'WoBIJRl'f.Mus.. March 20tb 1*16. 'TftKniiGi-irAU ntertiTHM, orrnc'GfiBnlne W.'Brra.' # ;; : :
tdatira. lumbago and
a ., TB>
S I-r. BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ antittt or drrpty, epswre' or imprndtnft in received from a number of peranm of high old Dr.Ti..iull.I now about 70 rear ef.r*. sad Will atund'io'i 'roftww'oual bostacas tWCoarai
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'I 1850. AFTER THE' CELEBRATED PAINTING lift; a.0. chronic conttitutional ditordfrt, 4'ffl respectability who have used your Sarsaparilla. I has king bnea known M the AUTHOR Md WCOK- of the E..utTt':tircuit of Florida, and ia the Federal

: Grabam'i, I; OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. HIS Medicine hasacquired a rery extend have not the least doubt but that it I is a most valuable rjril9JtRMFARtl.l Kit tit."r..the arjcvufK" ORIOIJMI.B.Isipa. be-w roirjf-.cii" Court ftrtbe Aortbera lutrict.of_Florida" '
.. medicine that the certificates : "*
'' Among the many good men who have spent .. ed and established.reputation.wherever and numerous ,tlpd.fi iIwItIi..iiisnufacir'. by which mines It laubee. It! ALSO AGENT'. _
fWlHE rj>l n lives in the service of their Divine Master, its a kept out general[ in State, respectia ;
it has been used based
-I. vary ha taien the whole country by surprise few ever exerted influence for than entirely on own >txjierienre and although its refutation and oalv whit hud proved Its worth and known IU grants and .4013 uions'of land and
,high a*thin Marartne has always stood in did JOHN WESLEY a greater With,high intellect good merits, which its superior efficacy has alone utility are very extensive,and stand in no need of 'ValM.1t hud NacbeiLIhe tort at u..y..v.rth.taM. vr..woc tbl4r- 1..,. '. ,' 'thvjbcatieai "
literary exeelkncejajd! pictoral beauty,in circulation be powers 1: sustained. The unfortunate rictim of hereditary my bumble efforts to increase them, 1 want allwho a* Mime P"a'bo bad brm basted of MITC dl>MM :
and reputation it ha" won already for 1H50 united a gentleness disposition which ena- I are afflicted by disease to become acquainted and ,..'! (n.m death. pfuclatuicd' its.eelleace aM ]l ALSO; : ACEMT .
bled hm, at the same time that he touched the disease with swollen glands ontracted
the collect aof Claim
greener and more-abundant laurels in tbe loud with the efficacy and power af your valaable mcdiclue. weoJernilHEALING or upon fa'Baited
praise which :evm.a'' from every quarter of the ender chords of the human heart to convince the flineand hones half carious.has been restored POWER. Utes fur iUUttary or other services pensions

Union, i .1, understanding of the truth and importance of the to health and) vigor. The pcrofalouslatient. LUTHER WRIGHT. Kanwiir. ..rr MP* d r.. ib lb h.d. fir ilia ..klfl..clrnicandrziwrfrhce. sup plies futai i td volunteers aad for.hones er
holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated.And d-vMd) a. article' which wnald'
The Pint Edit inf' of tbe January number ii when we take into consideration that his covered with nicer, loathsome to Prepared and sold wholesale and retail by A be Itf lacnl'wlnblB' >.4fta O,. to mankind wh. tbMMas other i.1iablo.propcHy jl l 1 lost'>} for which the United L States..

\, already tVoflgbt exbauitedti'iample to in btefln' and as A SECOSD our supply Eornoitvfeyvat was nianifold labours usefulness extended to a period limpelf and big attendants has been made B, Jc I). SANDS Druggists and Chemists, 19 when W.IM.M iu be InmtiiiuiMe furBiihe l to virtue'bring would It Into be a.know ivi*>' Address JackwnviHe. East Florida

of more than half century-that during the whole. Hundreds of who had Fult-on st. William, New York Sold aotlee. I it'
corner I-4
I. elegtmktf isl nvtc in pitts. ,he"ut increase persons aid apprerinted. This lime bas C"DI' the mean ere -
of Ha hereto)tire unparallelled list of subscribers whole period an unerring course of rectitude was groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous also by Druggist generally throughout the United .,110'11 : 'bl- 1)atiip Frazer
enables tli 't to promise their manifested in bis walk and conversation ceaseto State and Canada Price $1 per Bottle; six GRAND ANIJ UXSQ L7AI.I.E,) I'tcJ.RATIO.\ ,
and
publishers glandular disorders chronic rheumatism ORNYt
wonder at the very high degree' of estimationwith Bottles fore 5. U ntanufnctured on the Inrml scute and It called BM COU ELLOR.AT LAW
succession numbers of beauty and ex-
readers a ]m which his i Is and other from of land.especial i J 2 -,
bo memory cherished not only by many COIIIIaintspprinIrJnIr a For sale in Jacksonville by tbinnrhoul length and dreiwltb the ? iCLI0XvILLI
.: eUenceeuchiii.caq) .' equalled by no periodical the members of the denomination to the upbuilding derangement of the secretive organsand the IT aiL| U found incapable of degeneration or dcUrVMtaHoa. l'U.
FORMAN.
IB the world. : 3. tov29 J. Will aUebd.an
of which bis untiring and exemplary ,profemonal buInesa htrtI
Those who hilvewreadv seen the January nnmV energy circulation, hare been raised) as it were from linliU 8. P.Townussd's.llmpf.Vm with n% dtohun 1J t.t CourtOf.sd tb.
piety so much contributed but by the truly pious St. P. C. ZYLSTRA: S. PULRSTO young 'Eu&ena
Augustine
bar need DO asi>ara|1n of its excellence; and for ui..,e-erj--- lCI.-.".. the rack disease, and now, with regenerated Mcnticello LEWIS & AMES Tallahassee; G.:K.It Wd never chnnct., but for the better; beeaiue it i is prepared the upieus, Court at Tal1a".: H.Cirni":I1u
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titose who bar* nofi"we prefer affording the un tcintijtc princiftu by a 'Pl'lltij- Tfce .LIo such ail .
en ..
g I"r 4 licited of other The The death of Wesley was perfectly conzenaa constitutions gladly! testify to the efficacy JlElDRICJtM Co Savannab.JACK80NVULE highest knvwlrdce I'beniUwy.and she llwt dKewr- ?ntfeoas eoanection with M
udlced and praise 5bis
un ernt.bf; the to the other with the even rectitude of his protractrd life, and of this inestimable preparation. The testimony ivies of the nrt. have all been br"lJIbl'IIII mni. ".. ia Lawyt afcWashingtoa city as will man
*>rtM from one (ice in country Graham'sJlarailne adds another to the many. proofs that the "end of of those who have been cured by its ACADJt 1tlV. the manufacture oft..' lid lr' $CerMpanlli The i'supnrtits ,- 'prompt and weedy collection of such cIaima U
the T >
chocs public be
pronouncing platSdltu .
J
DaY
the good man is peace. The closing scene of the root lib wetl known in medical wen.enauineSRiTny & u.
p to b th'ablest and most beautiful pc- life of this venerable man 'is the one which Air.Claxton use, with their residences has been' jmblish- THIS Institution will be opened on the first ntrdlein |..|*rtiea,and ome prnperttes which t&tes. -r .VI..

'riodiea\that bk. er been iwued in any country. has so happilychosen as the subject of ed from time to time:and were it desirable, a in June next at 11 o'clock, A. M., are Inert or n..elea*. and ntbe. which if reolned iareinrias e t.l. Z44Di1y.4 .
4. For onnetvea.r| etrfe in the faith of our vact body his beautiful painting faithful of which of the in JACKSONVILLE East Florida. II 6* a... pn 'rabecribenuwe Ipf at, as well as defy the in copy mass most overwhelming testimony Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation -I which U Injurious l'. the*y.lem. 9oine of the properties
grated elegant have
an Baker
pucy efTotts et onisetition around ns. Every attempt would be a memento which manner thousands, we would thought wishto I could be brought forward proving most of young Lads and Misses, where they of 8an|tarill are to ttlutilt. that they entirely Spencer A. ,

to rtealpfce Cion's garb. by our imitators Lave framed and hung in the parlour. In conclusively; its inestimable ralue. The afflicted will be instructed in the elementary and bigger evainnte and are lost la the prei rition.'. If they In are tboeeeipertencrd not A.11'oa1lEl'S

'.produces. a raAt. wjiich would be discomfitting to order to enable such aa dcire up to do this to gratify and those who have not used this branches of an English and classical education. uewrved by I.a Iu teitmtife manabctn JIHU..lln.e. .Moreover only tbeae. AWtAWJacksonville >

.. any tbing thoijttof 1 jbie most brazen pretensions.KEW (heir desire, Mr. A'artain. who stands at the head medicine are invited to make a trial of its and young men will be fitted for College classics or for tat fritiflti. which flyoJTIn v piir..4'r 5* an eikila- fla

.rJoI'l'LEiDJD i PREMIVM. of his profession in the United States has been virtue and themselves! the professional life in the Latin and Greek lion. under beat are ibe very titntM .* cai fnftrtiu Win practieenn the seven!Covta ia the Eut-
FiftTi: r4 and engaged to engrave this elegant picture in bid appropriate' to and in the philosophical and mathematical ci of Ihe ,& which five to il all I iu !a.: !,_. ern Circuit of f&rida;in the U. s.District Court
THK nB. a large splendid best I.enefiU which it alone can bestow ences. Any person cR. b.,il si r >orthern I&td Florida
"jnettotint"ergi jivij'g size, makii'g a moot cxqui- style, and, relying upon an extensive pall on- dark colored liqaid. which U Bxwe from the cobviifalter ., $; tbe Supreme Court
I. V.:site picture for parfar or study is offered to any age the price bus been put io low that none who "TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION ARRANGEMENTS. la Ihe root than from "v tbiai elw: they can TaUahLowei.-nd prosecute claims before Con
|rt subucriber. -This premium is far superior to i desire it need be without it. The Engravisg is of ." THE will be divided into four quarters, then strata Ibis Intipid ur vairtd Hqnid. aweelen wit cress and the IttipartmenU ef the Government at
'. a large size, suitable for and will be yEAR call II 8AKAPAKII.IA VahingtoI. .
offered ehere.. framing of about 12 weeks each with intervening vacations tour mol* ie*. and Ihrn
:asy punted on the best quality each of heavy plat paper The attention (If the reader is called to the The day will have two sessions: the first. known EXTRACT IheGENUINE SYRUP." But such is not tbe article J. McRonwr. BAK s. Sraci.

e I rr TBER CHOICE. in a very superior manner impression presetting -I from 9 to 12 )I., and the second. from 3 to 51'M aa sept. 6-t "
I effecteJ the
all the beauties following astonishing cure, by OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSAKSAPARILLA. ;
ofint ciauproif. and :
in to
For Three Dollan, in advance (par money Wednesday mornings will be appointed "
S. I the State from wh)cb it is remitted) one copy of will be furnished at use of Sands' Sarbaj-arilla: exercises in English composition and declamationAlter J. .oBERT flAK EU
This i I. Ib.all the inert nf tbegunaparillamoliire .
M prepared pmpertie .1
.Grabaai and a copy, of a THE FOLLOWING CRCfcCALLY LOW FKICtc: This it to certify that I have a colored woman the first term no pupil will be received. AreS rrnioved. every thin capable; : '
selSion. 1JAlOXViLLr, L '
LARGE ,lliJJAGNlnCENT. PRINT, 1 Copy $2 501 7 Copies, $12 OQ who bas boen afflicted for the Iat t five years with except at or near the beginning of the of becowtini acid ur of fera.e.&sI .II. U extracted and C03lXISS 1 .
,. fcdistingnisbcdjrograver, and which be 3 Copier, 6 001 I 13 Copies, 20 00 b'crofnla. and all the remedies used had no effectin and no pupil for less than one term. rejected; then every|rticle medical virtue i ii secured !MEjt.or DuDs for Alabama,Georgia
.by may Eoard will bo in Town at reasonablerates ,. and Ibnn ia rendeivd South olniaJ.N'orth
arresting the progress of the complaint: on the provided a pnre and cunceatnted them; It Carolina,Virginia Maine
considered ones: of f>e most beautiful specimens ot 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! contrary, she constantly grew worse; and after per month for pupils from the country; an Incapable of,bin, any .>f tu valuable and bealintproperties. connecticut ,
S art ever ; any magazine publisher who desire to avail .. .Preparrd U Ibis il U nude the SMM Pennsylranlal and MissJadpcL
So that members of gregations and others, expending between $70 and $8Q with physicians parents and guardians, may way
: 1 And also prellentedfI beautiful engraving suitable by sending together and forming club.,can obtain besides using other popular remedies without success themselves of the facilities of this institution, for powerful apt in the Jaa. 1, 1-4111.): i. .iCOCKSfLLOR ,
for& Subject diseaxrs. !
be Curt innumerable .J
of
others.
the education of their children and may
this most impressive icture at till the disease had eaten away tbe cartilage
I
BEARING THSfjfAVIOCR TO THE TOMB, other none, made its appearance on various parts assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Hence the reason why we bear cummrndalimu on J,'Ii' 8 A 1V DEn 8 0.. -
Only one dcllar avd a half[ cipy!!! comfort knowledge ofall every side la its ftvur by men. wnmrn.and children.. PS -
the health
of her body, and bad finally commenced its ravages and progress .ITTOR *l' D T :
:prepared expressly, and at very heavy cost as a And It dulny winder in lb.core of ,A ; uw
the of tbe Prin
the bed of the who be entrusted to care
Premium Gift .to/tiew subscribers to Graham's Surrounding dying patriarch are in the roof of her mouth.In may CON3UMI'TIUN."YSl'II'SlA. and l.irr.R COM- '
ilsioved
Magaxine.. Or, desired, we will furnish in lien nineteen figures rtpreFcntirg the following per- this dreadful situation with the prospect of cipal. RUFUS K. tfEWALL, FlJIUer and In RHKU.V.1T13M. SCROfUUtFII.KS. HAVJXIt :to hi* office from Coloabia
sens. (of m&nv of whom accurate death her in the face I her Principal. KRVF.THJtS. Jacksonville buys County
I ef either ofthe. above print a complete set of our portraiture givj staring stated COXTIVVXKXS.M CUTJJfKOVS nfl '
nesxotint the en. from originals of great rarity.) case to Dr. Disosway the agent for lands' far. FIJtri.KS UI.OCTHKS..d alt atfeeiiua ',eDpectfuily!| >rnu his friends that be bas .0iatcd
portraitj'of Rev. PEARD DICKINSON.Kev. with.4lild. ia the 'practice of Law 'hij
saparilla in Newbern, Math Carolina, by .
AUERICAM: HEROES OF THE LATE WAR WITH JOSEPH BRADFORD. whom 1 was advised to use that article; and to Jacksonville Female Institute. "riiillffiiiPURnT OF THE BLOOD arother, S \%fSASDKMO.t.. ,

MEXICO. Mrs. CHARLES WESLEY.Miss my surprise and that of my neighbors to whom II pn* e*.ea awrvelloniellicacy In all OMUilalit| art The Ibm Will'Hfe represented at each and every
-. SARAH WERLEV. her cow was known after four and half Committee of Direction has adopted slag 1 from fa/,.t fnM ." 4. ; For JTirt IWZ( iTwo Dopies for one year,and Rev. THOMAS KAXKIX.Mrs. using a THE unequal c're..I.. .. dPaennlnaUJI" siC bhwd in .head >f the tuuei''Judicial:Circuit the CoaaU of
bottle.
restored health regulations:
of either of tbe Pr'nts: to each subecril er. sie was perfect and that following feet cud hand cold rbilla Jamilton ia tit* Aliddlo
Cold Circuit
ft nf the heart.
copy palpitation the;
Supumonrt .
, ESTHER ANN ROGERS. in the ice of three weeks and was able to workin The Scholastic Year it to consist of four termsof
I ,_ For Ten lUiliaii five Copies tor oneyer. and sp and hot flashes over Ilia body. Il baa not it* eqml laCtU ; at T4ahisce, and the U. S Court
Miss at St.
RITCHIE afterwards Mrs. MORTIMER. w-jeks from the time the eleven weeks each:
two
commenced taking -
elJIC'CII""dM
of to the and nnd easy
the or tiU; promote \ngustine. !
ItUbussnesa
a copy Maine Polmar Kev. JAMES ROGERS. I and Arithmetic ( entrusted to their ear
forming t and preD it. Orthography, Heading,Writing; and frntie penpipifi.iifc idmtaic *lrierai of Ibe Innfa.Ibniel. rill receive Wototol attention.
set of Portraits to each subscriber. Muter JAMES R DOERS, a child seven years of In witness of the truth of this statement I have' rcr term 84. The above with EnglUh .cad every nther pan. AddressW.

It.or Ivxnty a JJ Uan, Eleven Copies for one age the only person now living who was then hereunto affixed my name, this iSrth day of fctp>t. Grammar and Geography, per term $:. Tin- lid In.nothlnt 11 let eieellmce more mnlflntlr een 'fU7tUt, ..; l&tvfrMda.B'OT. J
with the branches of an Lnglui. vad .cknowlvd! Shin a. cii kc4'and 'Ift 0
present.Rev. ISt7. above higher
: year and a ,of either of the Prints, or a pet of JAMES CREIOHTOX. JCSEFH education embracing Algebra. Geometry; History FEMALE CoMPLAItTS.: 0 Jaeksonvi iWf, / n. 17, 1350. tf

tbe Portraits to ea4b subscriber,and .copy of the Rev. ALEXANDER MATHER. McCOTTER J. P. mental and moral Philosophy Bot. Il work wonder to***e*of Pus .lit*or WkiUt.fUinr _
Maracine &tbe P<+ittmasteror person sending the ROBERT C. BRACKESBURY. Month of NCHFC River, Craven Co.. N.C. natural Astronomy Kbetom- tflMt HT mk.. Wttnct*. S. *r M.*t. or ftnfmlJfnta. '
; club, with' accpy;:< (each ofthe large Prints as an.ddiLioss3premia1 Rey. JOBS EROADBE.XT.! nl'bl'IDi..try.! Geology. of,Christianity term. ImguUrity the _..&I1I.t pen.nl and the DU1 AND ScOURING: .
: ULCER CURED OF SEVEN ogictand'iltence. like aad i I.a*eoecuul. curing all,the G.of fit
YEARS'STAN I '
Rev. THOMAS HROADBE!T. be paid to the Treasurer E S 1 L.
'' sq ;>.... i-.p 1 S H M E W.T.*
I' '/1 For tfie'c mvenience tf these forming Rev.GEOPGE WHITFIELD. OIu. in. advance I fcv rramvInC nb>tnict!.".4. and refulatiaf III. genital .. ,

"aubs in connect. with other Publication Rev. JONATHAN EDMOXSOX, The Scholars will be tinder the careful irrmc cyst,.. It five t.ne A. trentlh,to the_whole body Jw-jl. sp YORK SfREET!.
irt will'nul.: JOHN HORTO, Esq.. one of the Executors of Thin cure was effected in July, 1844; tion of an experienced Female Teacher sad thus cum all Cinu fir' _' (REAR ; !! HOUSED

= tbe and One of tbe Saturday Mr. WE',.ET'8 will. there have been no ,yuip'oms: (If a tc.t.n. I'IUVKIOI! bas been made for instruction in Li NerTotiftdiraM and debility SAVANNAH

,.OM copy Evening ef Pest Magazine for Four Dollar. Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD Mr. WESLRY'S Physician and her health still continue* good, July, tin, French. I'ainui.g ami Drawing and MUSH. sad thus prevents. or relieve a treat variety of other .. ., GEO.- .
and Biographer. for which additional charges will b. U.MO aaladics. u8fiul irriutit JWare/fie. rit Two of the Post for
.- .OM.1 the M&cacloe an A Medical Assistant to Dr. WHITEHRAO. 1848: The Bret term commences on the Sth of Octc Sffir* KfUfftie: fit. Cntnifitnt..&c.Ii A. ] G'.ILLOWAY..
I': Acurl Jt, My! 25, Ja discus the bhmd. etette the liver v. .1&111.
,'.J f tie Mado and FOOT of tbePort Agents for the sale of this fine work of art, are her next. be made tithe lina. tones the .U. eb. and live* .1Ud diceitio re- R ETURN,,44": thaakstohisfneads:for the
o for I>* PoUar. wanted in every part of theUnited States. For r Messrs. SAICDS:-Gentlemen-I consider it but Applications for admission are to sic..*Ibe bowel.of torpor MadamaMtioa. ene iiptioav allay la-, favors Mi tips received since be commenced

Four copies of lie Magaxine sod Two ofthe Post further particulars, address an act justice to TOU to state the following Committee of DirectionJ. .purifies the ikln. eqn.li' the clrcaUUoe usinesa in tLriendJ ijcay in liiZ,and would state I*his
for TtnDoUan.- GLADDJ & IUGGtN. Publisher facts in reference to the great benefit I received in M DAN'IKL.IT ef the ...11I. producing genUs warmth equally' alt over ,and i ei gallic generally, Ibat.during binate S
copies the Magazine and Nine of the Port Methodist Book Store, No. 40 North Fourth the cure of an obstinate CA.NCEROCS ULCER ou H U HOLLAND, .. ..,. aid th* in eiiible perspir.itina; relaxes. alt visit to Q and Scotland be has acquired
.1i o A.1 HEEl ..irueiii and
Krirluiesand.tifbtnM* remove all >n' *
Street Philadelphia. breast: arioua ; edt*Dte
my 11 connected with .
,. the entin Is this then ,
Committee f1'irectin nol
: tr 21. ( tovlfimie* iwrvm ,al m.
GRETQTflft TO '. This Elegant Engraving will be fnrninhed I.. attended eighteen months by a regularand The Bfdlcinr pre-rminrntly need DYING rJ >.FRENCH.CLEANIN! -
Tttatwtr.JackM TOO
1\ I wholesale and retail. the E' skilful physicia >.assisted by the advice and Dev. I. SWART ,
: :. :''o Poet Oft&4If&n7 town in the Union from tablishment 200 by Methodist Hook counsel of one of on? moat able and experienced nvileJuly7Hl P. But cae any'-r th.M thmr be.Id..e 9.P. ..ndfhfermrarl 'fhich trnjSs'wii enable him to* give general
: iedere the I Mulberry St., New York and without the leact benefit > rl"-1,: ThIs .n.v n.a" IbiHld ..ot tn be atirfaction t8 alS'who '
wkleh we shall | greatest number of subKriberi by their Agents the surgeons, whaleYer- may please.to. a"of him
throughout United
States. COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S. with .
methods of a
All the various tJKirprti Gt'tI&&e0.
to "crrbim's
Magazine, during the treating cancer were
;yew between the; first oi 1850. and tbe The purchasers of this Engraving will please resorted to; for five weeks in succession my breast Mrs., A. '. JUAAtnfinAKES tseae...of on* RR tNt K.\irr.. thit tbe oee la IiCA Ladie.ailWa ,4 woolen Dresses,1wwEV&e..
bear in
J&11.
mind that this Plate .
jirrt JannartjlSJl, ( to mailed Mr. Sartain bas been engraved by was burned with caustic three times a day. and this method to aunounco to tl.v'1"1' fABI.EiDKTr.R'OW, \ !'V.: .A :leaned and d ed Jrtuious color*,s*as(ogive good
"to each Post OftcoJ or to subscribers through b It,) the expressly for this edition and that for six it was daily syringed with a week solution Jt tie that sb. will keep open her. I ..-diJt NEVER SPOILS. atisfactlon I JTai.le Covet1l cleaned oc djed; as
:. ban be.entitled La a continuance of the impressions will,therefore be all of the first order of nitrio acid. and the cavity internal ulcer was Huns* during the winter for the, reception. C hiir MM- uthrr!>>K>* : '.."1.ftrmtntimr.sad Vim 'day be MquiWrd lGentleinensgarmeiisr oo ated

,somber oCsuberiViona gratuitouily, for one year and not such as are taken from secondhand so large tbat it held over an ounce of the solution. Boarders and for accommodatio i of Grange s 'me .'hill M cvnulbint|II into(",,.11I:the son?.acUlhauieip.4idin u the t&Dl gto ityte a*funne.lyj so'as not to be

after the expiraSoo of tbe for which the subtpO.IJ English Platt The doctor probed tbo ulcer and examined the or traveller generally Grateful for the very /! | ( 4dntuc1ar nt IMd.: '....set arpasaed by Jafeyi done at the North .f.. ,dyed as
& bone, end said tbe disease was advancing rapidly' era patronage hitherto extended to her. she wil thU hnmble .tAII"'OI.d| hr pnioaaaa to the avtmatmitffmtmcM may berequi5e4Ladiue'.boueeta.y '

Jae b pi. either to the lungs, and if I did not.get speedy relief by stare no efforts'to give satisfactio ,.to all Ilei fete e .*(.efmrf* eVMUM!cftJt add, .eaned, and m M in a 1=
on, to 1 am a man and deem nothing which relates to situated 1ns IVbat ranre ))"|>ep ia hat acM T tin we act all now [ ivperior.''
tbe.ab.es1berstIeIselTes, or to tbe agent through man foreign to_my feelings." medicine or by an operation, the result would be house commodious,. and .pleatc" thai wbea fond sours la nnr MnajiacW what'snbchMk uid ('entieinh.iKId! ; r.l lovescJ.ftthe,
: whom we nay racave the orders for quantities. -, fatal I.. advised to have the breast lad 01 en part of the town. U pnidurr* Utqleace.. heimhani pnlpiutlne of die aost approve L $bdon fashionf.i : "'
and to whoa th< pt ksre or packages may be directed :Tontxt Jit 1Ifanhnad.Rf and the bones examined; but finding no relief iscksonville, Oct. 11.149.MAGNOLIA ke-ru liver _plaint. dmrrhaj. .dv>eBivrr. colic and Mr. M. KU VJ v has beeo :
:VIGOROUS LIFE from what had beeb done and feeling I was -.' e,miptloe of theM, a41 What la AralaU bat aa acM appointed'Agent for
or to bet},!4f there should be both in the rap -- the above estibfii mint ,
,r ame Uwa u the 'tse be. j r D'Jf OR APremature idly getting won*, I almost des aired of recovery bamur I. the bnd> t What prmlaeee all the II.. ..- and win'attend tcrtheeception
may _. HOUSE, whirls briai oa Knpdno ef the tfkia. deaM Hind Halt aadji li rery of work. la Jacksonville and
Death.UiN and
contidered cue
my nearly hope '
letters be re.ivnd. .
C4 9> Postage oji'* to Adm less. .toSr. thena. Rrrlpeta White Sweinas fever 8.ret. aad the surnmndiite wtntm Terms moderate/
1t.: D. PATTEK.SOKJI CO. 1. AUGUSTINE, all almmtlon* laieraal ah4 external t It ia antblaf eaaer Mareh21"f': 'i. :n3a.' ,
.a. J;WCbesnnt St.. Philadelphia. KINKILIN SELF PRESERVATION.Only Seeing various testimonials and certificates of bus,,.. bat aa eW.ub>..which s-.araand ibaeipnll --
cure by the nw of PATPX* *AR"ArARILLA.in cases rrxU well known establishment bas o. all the flaMs of tbe bnd .' aaore or lea>:' What

S GODITSCotnpsriion .tH )lOOK FOR'1850.ew 25 Cent similar to my own,I concluded to try a few bottles ii;f;: JL- late undergone thorough repaiit.a ui. caaea Bheamaii bat a a.er or acM ... which la., .NE'BOWLING.'V'IJ': 'S! .( i.AT J.i-E,
nnbls Pook,Just published is filled with useful ,several of which were used but from the long : :is ao.'r opened for the reception of com lanatee Ifelf .twsea the Jolatt suit ei,. .Writ. AtLY V BILLIARD
__ SALOON
Jt the deep-seated character of disease tics sad laflaailaKtbe del Irate tissues ,
information on infirmities and diseases my produced no pany.Ihe'well ap> .wbteh Hwu ; .
Godey and tht other of the Generative Organs. It addreiws it*.tf very decided change. Considering this as the on. earned reputation' which this lIou.' 1 Ai of.ocrvou dices,.*. of 1ltarll| of tbe. MtmeV ii U ;, '&e. -

0 'A i. Monthlitt. alike to i i U1$ tit MANHOOD and OLD AGE probable cure for my case,I persevered until the has acquired, it is the inteutina of the present p.u of which dnanred afflict bnmaa clieaiatioai.' ..t..sad. nearly' all the. all ieaai. 'liRE UBIBER ha.Just,, ''. 'OB'BAT
To all who or suffer under the dire diaeasewas entiiely curedIt is now over eleven to sustain. opened
apprehend prietor
.
Now I ,
.
*U "aiwrible elL :
in make aad
the ok 916 which .iA.W TRZIT rtbcideoooriir.coricr
M V0 e gave pages consequences of early or prolonged indiscretions months since the cure was completed; there is not Every accommodation will be 'extended to merrr Iu a,e thisSOURING. : It,: of LabeirtiiiXKi.'atdi -
JL b lit wne. and. 143 more than thetb.r to all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary the slightest a appearance of a return. I thereforepronouuft guests Invalids travellers, and other will fimi .. FERMENTING ACID "COMPviUNLVT -' lrft, Hr TowATivE, fiovumc
enthly. He 281 littuxo SALOON ;Th
:
en Establish
gave and baneful habits-to all who in addition and the cure entirely It situated
to fhYU''ELL. -ef this house desirable. facing the south '
t navtars; among,111et- were twenty colored andtut7.ires the victims fected by SAns A"ARtLJ.A, nulfxk noiitliermedirine OF,8..P. TOWNSEND uent baa bcept44] op entirely wow,aad.ia bpea
declining physical ,are of with
energy nervous dark 175 feet with
piaxxas, long court
yardin ,.
tad be would tIo
ret bxvwItanaVnbMidlhiU 4 /
11.136 than INd tb;: :brthereceptfUs
more tuff fistOfl$4f usual hourswiUi
waW-ISO. :'the other' and mental debility and of moping and melancholy of ana kind dining the time I was.wine trout and protected fioui northeast wind -Tin- mb Tnwawnd's Onmitu a.l..illcJa aaill-' ''
rs 1800 shall that despondency. IT- K.would say- {/.nor have I taken any rince : room are eligibly*situated, U-ge. and airy the ITATION of htataferhir pcepmmttoi.llMvea .!! "i !' l .ttua BAR." n )

ef God.VlL4dy'1849 .far surpass READ THIS BOOK. Please excuse this long!deferred acknowledg building fixture&J';being new The [House holt; fiirnld that we hnalddenl,la ae article'wblca biiuup'] "the choicest liquors,and
aad eft4a
ti; msgaiines put, present The n.tll&b1'd-rioe and ment which I think it my duty to make Your of wood,to lathed and plastered&0:, In a word it would bear the ax.lilUt resemblance>>8.F.Towa'' pverajre* tc.ith 5everT; palate,will-be prepared
.Mt.pe it1; ( impressive warning it valuable.Afcwiinarilla cUre 1.mo'with the blessing is built expesuly for the ."d'lImN/II and whlrh should Mnf dnwe apna the / despatoK 'h lit delicacies of
., Ttrm Ctu*f* advanu pcsiagj paid. gives will preventyesrs of- misery and suffering, of dlvpe Provi knee, when noth njj el. .** and save annually Thousands of U,... and 1 feelmYIleU'lInder many pre &".Dons Afean who have solA and Mreha era who :
MA !IIflCPtr4aDsXPEitsiVE! ntCKICKa.Svbteribm Parent*,by reading, will learn how to preventthe 1 I lasting obligations to 1 vou. sent'proprietress, Mrs. .Davis. assures those patronising have aNd I'. ,r' Towatead's: rJCRMaVNTINO. COM.. "' ) .. .'.IWu.t Tabis 1
can things cannot write and "
say many do "
the house that he-ezertiogs will be lo POUNU. : Tr
destruction of their children.
t6''aflv2 Sukcrilert las linoit iss4
or tinge most reipeetfuUy invite ladies afflicted; as I have please. Very tespectfully, :. We wish It.. .-&because It ls tbe'etaefrtetrKtS ipiwsi''iHusean4
of 25 .
.' ':nay i4fert71t'Engral1mg$. 09: remittance cents enclosed a let. been, to call upon me.and I will satisfy them fully !. THE PROPRIETOR. that S.P.Towmead1 article and Old Dr.Jure*Towa :.of the most otIM eonatruotion,.with*.4
tot, addressed to DR., K1NKELIN. N. W. corner of the truth as stated above; and other sends RnnapartlU art JU HpUi ...(India rubber ctbtoz, ,.' # isis
*
One copy one Jf.r three dollars with two ef-TH1KD & UNION many 119.: eaerL cad iajbtlaf* Ii"
any &ree *,.bet.eeo $ X.
..f the folio win jntltndid premium plateK "Death things ia reference to the case .. !' ArGrrfyiIz.cP. .- tiiHmiljr; ta.a.Ii... la ''fenlealar, ,This Eils-g: Pins amd Ballai
Spruce Jt Pine PHILADELPHIA will ensure having not oe.e siatle thief I.... .
NANCY J. MILLER ,- :: ,
Bedoftbe, Bev Jthn Wesley; -Wesley Preach- book, under envelope per return of mail. -- A.H. P.TwwaMed ls ao doctor sad never wa*. le a.chemIst. Are al'o justlienceforthe fiji the workman,and every eoave-
p; tkig Ia'ib.'GwepAmpbithestre. ;" America FIFTEEN YEARS' 218 Sullivan ftreet.Sunm Stale, of .Florida Vassal* Countyv .ao paanmweetlM. aa more of atedldae *roomter of guisisiaSbeenprovied.
I tC.W Ity WH (iis;*?,"Gen; Taylor and Old CIRCUIT COURTIN'C1l.4NCERY..James'Murrar. er dUeaie than aaj.'thereo..mn..aaselentae.anpmlbe- ,
& .4 t\Vldkr1I"Lfk8t o/the Rev. John Wesley;" ef extensive and uninterrupted practice spent in CELEBRATED &t.'PAIULLA'-Thi; excellent slnal mac. what fe reetee sac the public have thai I I cordially i4W the public to v eafl this
at Esg
*
.
tI .4 Do. of bis Co laboreri ibe Rev. John Fleteh r", this city'ban rendered Dr K: the most expert compound which U':creating such a:universal ,. >: they air receiving fenelae acicadcw4 ,,.,'.coa .lb1tlbme.". Ihemithat shall .-
-2t2 Ihe.Jaet.lw., U ) separate engravinji and successful practitioner far and near in the interest throughout the country has,made ,1'11. !> BILL 'oaDivoacz.nsanMnrray. .' taiainf all the virtue oftbearaeleaaaed I.preparhif Tort: to COD' io their spare naM
LM .Yvoot ai .oJ, one f 11II1..' treatment of all diseases of a private nature. its way successfully into the favor. of ,our citizens .' :. sad which are laeapebla at cbane.which .., Ma '- vr 1. '". reereattoo.
Persons afflicted with ulcers tbe and the people around ns. We have read again *ON readinri and flling theiBill of Com- der them tho AGKNT,DUeeaelewead of bealtb; GEORGE; p. 5XIVF.
'nnt and two of the upon body throat
eoplet fort U4 ; "
1I :'above toriittitorlUi&suVKriber., ; "any. or legs pains in tbe bead or bones, mercurial and again of the efficacy of this valuable 'medicine plaiut iu tht I cause, and upon reading the .Bat what ele should ba expected,.. wbokaow.eothles Jacno.t.m1{ 1 ,1 .tt: __

ri Five roples for'R>i dollars and an extra copy of rheum.tIRD.-strictures,- gravel. disease arising -but not until recently have we had,any affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant that *a eumpimtlvelv|troa at eosne eiperkwe(atedtdaa to nr cook dt oaee sad!serve It reenlre Lc il
from youthful excesses of tbe positive 'proofwhlch could"induce us to the said Defendant reside In the State of aa. :.RuquEMwALs, **
I the Book and ani zwo the above engravings to impurities blood speak iJejnri> evea a COBIIHOB deeeat ateaU How ..ela an. IMPCVauaa'actaia
-- tfce persotf.eodinV I ( lU'. .' constitution bas become enfeebled fairly of it. rut from facts in our. pouesniou we It it Ordered, That the said Bill, be heard 0; soul j 1* lh* ihs,psruo who ateOlciee.WXAK ; 1I lt > i .1 n..w- ---- :

.- .iaev 8 copies i 4 twenty DoD;'and''an"extra .are all treated with success. ., are now well convinced that; without any excep the facts charged therein,1 the Court-House'in 4ssigasdthr. 4. T PRY #tIAIUI DUUOGITA3D_

r "copy ef the Vodt, t&a ny three of the above.en- He who places himself under the care of Dr. K., tion. It is the*SAFEST. PLKA'AtTE., and-BK.T the COlln y.of"'i& ou.Wednesday, the 22.1 noJUl"B' .t.n zmmzDir' iia 'cOvft, JI. C IPTh 0"

; 'grav1ns to the pH* n Wnding the Club. may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman -compound everollered to the public for thea' dajofMsynezt. f $ should, kaew well the-medlcal properties eplaattk Ib*. :rR. t. Nn ) ERo.m a---

QId ,.:A. 1Jtrtoa ;. nr-'five dollars in advance, and confidently rely ut.n his skill. as a physician. of all chronic diseases, rheumatism and scrofula; '. dud it u further Ordered Tbat 4'copy of this aet manner of souring;cad eoneenuntinf their beallex.% !..01.ti01ite1hefrtnltaU rtocJr of.
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'- and all Impurities of the blood ; Order be tlnaes. alan aa extenaive bow,fcf tbe ,.
b.eTIonforIfod 1851, will be entitled to ; together with published some newi-paper printed in vmrl-m. res iia and Anericaa .
.09-Persons at a distance may address,'Dr.:K. many other complaints.j : -. this District for at.least'three months before the accuc wbteabflftei the huawairtieaxaad how_to_adapt c Paint*.Oila JPa.eniMedioi .'
i _"..rtrri InrtL: by letter; (port-paid.) and be cured at home. it bas so long been remarked that the age l is said 22d day of May next.. ? ,reaJIsetstbu.dleacassEJ IIic.so'ertuct ftaada & P err" ; -
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( i .1. 3 In advance teaTroples of the' TIONS. ,a., forwarded by sending a r remittance hardly dare recommend valuable discovery in : w !!; Policltor.for ComminaaCy' .. .Iri.r.,.t. ,tttw g.muj her \hmm uufZgT ..uki-i of'f-lIt'Drege *a&MII.
7 t .19! < .an*:a of either of and put tip secure from from. .DAMAGE.OR CURIOSITY. -! .the Medical.Science, lest jeopardize our repu. :: _November' S3,1349.--; -: ". -- -* ii.ac ibi eiush.d sad Ibmlte sad to.1 1aI1I..Itr1Iaa. ein.ft .801icjh.\rFM&J..a.
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tation for incredulity and consistency but in ( O'.D IIR'JACOB J
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4k ovigIcpt prints sent to each : ". i ; TOV7I8Ri\U'be-KOUGHT>*aaa' amine 1It." for,
I I snbscri. News ; fanvassersand instance. hesitate_ not to hazard'the remark j 'Ii ro"ND. cjjntttutttr aad mucus tn brine his U
'lor Pel"ezt4ef47 Ol UM .eijeW',nook 03-Booksellers Agents Pedlars -: :CLERK'S'OFFICER promJsInC01II.u"h is
and aD which we have made above.. .. JfauawCounty*' GfritVersd
all others supplied with the -above ? \f. Concentrated!
4 ..*SgraYkt! to tio prlQD lendlngtbp; nub. They I. C. C.: .loikf ex tend-tou 4g4g.pflflius
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