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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 30, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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ro-morrow, Ma FB rineet sixteen .T .4 .Jh.CJa7" c. ; )
; care nothing about the French and I TT,4)F -
And Billy ." Jurd.roTtlr" meddle as -COJlPaOIDIE.. "tC _:: -'y. .-.t, : !".; ., ".". ORBGOX.-- ;_ iP u ," :01":".
never in politics -it ifc i immaterial Poa' *"*' **
; -Hu 'ioTiI the Si"ho ve lit& quite The author :wi fl d :.f ,Oregon Mo "
d March
great of of:conciliation f0oWing4Ispaich h' *1. IS,
thin'plan : irllir
to cine wboterite Jtr =
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.&aawtOb.m7r. oitttowtz... 'Bat I Newiorkitpr To the Editor i.JewOi'
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.orrow morn be II13i% &m&uei am come to ink you a, proposal J haveundertaken compromise, and his patriotic coad the.16thinstg i > 'dated. :-&- Wa.shin1on.I 1 t of 'Tribune.f\ :. .ciM:1aee:..:_ .
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and advantage 'the -
ig here qiiit Wt to furnish the Commissariat with duty fairly fully! of sauing.of iL e' ,y. WC 'f iwl., .1.- <
--.,To uk a tie tileMut ittwjth" 111AcroII t> four hundred thousand hrifings on this 'day and submitted, a project, which while,it,prof "Itlssiidlhat'theoid fil&e2ersoft1e j cbhOnerG.H.IJont e-; Capt-AJo' ht .ftf' W.i..N.. 6ii..s.
field of brf If. which
: ,,f i month,'and i I: wish to-know if it will suit ceeds the"principle pf mutual concession; Democrane-party.. comingto the urpori leave here to-day td drop jroC i 1ibit frferbie 26t4:,pr.lrP.l, .JA1:
"You. mint not go my dhtr dear, you to procure them forme in three weeks (the only priddiple J on which a coniprotnise of Messrs.Cass andiOQte JLnd.J.1r. CJay's. a eat'things in this Territoryi: Tbd jjreati The charter Wit reaimidJately f.
There's no>ise now a ta1th. "At what price 1" asked his fiiend. can l>e based,-rand indeed :hs, very essence Comprom A' letter 'TiIJ'bortJyappear. ,excitement prevails, throughout .the robs i

Yea ihsll not re aeron tu field "Tenguldens- thousand." and lifft>yet proposes nothingdishpnorable! tram Messri.ft'I'Ya.tl r, t'Misi ,Dar country fIgaro to'-discovery.bf nisw added 60 thii aBtazoS,.d i ,
per ; J
With Billy Grime *-w.wiD -nsacfice of tb her :of Va.- GbU Min sl.in HogneVRiverand 'Tb .
principle either of the DaUaa .
Bl ;
"Ten' guldens : and ) Trinidii over fti -
his t repeated the other .nanf Cf Ud
To think cf prescinptjih, too musingly. coniendi Bay. All the eu
Th dirty,.py di mii| uYoa shall have them. sectioni. The''assertroii of the, PenDof' Judg8.'Woodbury, 'of :N.IL,! and are people .who can get aw2y were eaartah bf iL&bil jr .1 j
I wonder whereon pridet. rone, 'Drawout the contract then said-Woer- right of Texastb the fair and faithful fulfil- Care rentl. r- flocking to that region;. so-great 1 i* the --In. .4..t" to the eropa.Jie'lttef Jriu F
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To think of such a1oft'lj den."and when it ment of.the compact of annexation, involv Ii Fe are* not rash that Capt. M:tellS me b< bas'fdiiatl it xos; 6bl
:: __ ._ ., is. signed. I shall_ .be.happy i inJr. the formation.-with surprised at this... While there i impossible to '
A 1. f -* her cons>nt,; mi__ ,ntbe"r r honest procure a full freig tof ii y I id :
many ;
"Old ( roes u dead, !kno., teams LU panace 01 your aospitality, for ride -----' a and patriotic men who will I kindso til":1
my that
700 territory, of four additional will be t tl
And Billy is so lonriy 4." has given me an appetite'." Then looking States, with oppose th e compromise; it is not to much to lfacargdV//ie .obliged! to leave:with- -
without daciite
Besides, they Ia,, to ='estate at Clotilde- he continued or slavery as the people bf! the say thatand ; I onsofoai& =
tll have '
That Billy is the only( ; '. another : which come to new States shall themselves determine; i& a i of the calm.*i14 P uient onrwbeJrning majority Prodnce'of all kind. has"great i i nncwi,' I: Tbe( \Vestern Teiaa' 'a "fiiji
SnrTiTiag heir to aO left arrange matter too, we can valuable concession the :znd.J.Tnionloving and is scarce at : that a'. tribe 61 < ..
thaU ; |:discuss after dinner." to South.or at least I men. of ihewuion, of all any price;for example. \o- Vtpf'ifl ., '.
parties win
And that, they wy, is ajrl 11 an important'recognition of right in her to ,raUy lames bring$8 a bushel!cbe fe $ neighborhood i oo fie. Z2i 'i .
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A rood ten thoniaod doIbriB,"ma-- It was in vain that, during the evening, favor. The admission" bf California Into support m;this hour of the 'country's butler $1 60j 'eggs. $1 (fa $2. per.1. per dozen,:Jk.j bered t>ne handred iod thi .U'lsquaws' f .
: Abort eU bvodred 7e4I7,. Woerden tried every argument to'change the fter'iele!! : *-all inen therefore. poultry not to be.bad .
his friend's Union, as a State, with herexsting con Democrats' Northern at 'an jf pricii Those and tbildreai; rn- fliima _a'kt .
**I did not bear,my daughter dear,. resolution respecting his daugh.ter's stitution and proposed boundaries and ant em, the meejianic and, the and Son th of us who stay here run the risk of 5t&rving; theithead. .and. they WMIIj.. .
fortune.
Your lad After a warm discussion he professional all the farmers .
remark man, '
quite fcjeariy is :having Jeh"ur.the The )
slavery provision, a concession ; mines. professed
to' the1.'orth the farmer Y. '
Bat Billy is a elerer Is J, i was obliged to give up the point and the wd tbe 5 tradesman, into the Among the..other peace. Wxrt 'f6 f.
enssoa
And'dou'btIetlllIOTel1FV1 4 t early marriage was at last fixed for the followingweek denuded, however of_i ib most: objectionable swelling ranks of the. 'advocates, this :75''soldiers emigrants to\ IJOTa.d_are t"bunt tttawla t Ufis Naeeeav,
Remember the UKinorrtV npr*, feature, by the fact that the prohibi- peace offering/ Let all : who6perilydesened for :that They said- Ihe & lie,UB" Cpi
To be .p bright in* xty tion of slavery! does not emanate from Congress be merged in the partisan animosity purpose. Sixty"of' them; left 'one* day, tain,9 (Gen.'l'root1) 5ia-,Antonio; '. "
To take a pleasant walk with hint Next dar, as Wilhelm and his father returned but from the people of California:and save the Union. Let patriotic determination to marching through the streets in a body, and have'a ":.", 'A. stroDd.cjKort": bad .au J V

Across the field of buley.V.. ft home, the former could not refrain recommended too, by the fact that the incorporation and harmony put ,forth every h'a;utmost friend of peace fifteen more departed :a few days after;- sent down' with them to tit.jplace,and betdt they,,
-- I. from expressing some curiosity concerning of the whole of California into and strike hi, heaviest strength There is now not so much as a corporal's will, after! the "talk," be|sent'.immedlatelrbacb -
From IIoocTt Mag4ne. the cause of this happy change'in his proS one non slavebolding State, instead of her .1._ DL1:_ Y _A '. blows in_ behalf_ of guard to look after r military welfare. r.- -

A Roland for! an J Oliver. pects. division into several non slaveholdint; States perils me nepuunc.which hate Let been It oe thrown rescued from the Y.i send you what.- ship-news we have A n mbe t t SemiJ'feindiW.; ho'tolhe '}
"What do mean ?" asked the old around it by here. had
you will diminish her weight in the..Senate bf I open opponents and Yours, B. been emigrated from ln.

"On the evening of thegOtlj January, liDS, man."Have the Union. The establishment of the Territories It is time that the'impracticable people had taken friends. By the late California Mail we have re dian tenitory the border k Arkansas ;arii -
the
the city of Amsterdam wes thrown into an you not given up the point about of New Mexico and Utah, without the question out of the hands of the ceived files of the Oregon Spectator to Jan. now in the :vicinity of JFJ.'
his -
mere
oansual state of bustle fcn&; confusion by daughter's fortune ? asked Wilhelm. Wilmot Proviso, is a concession. to the South, cian. Already are the politi- 26th. Antongibirnisthewfl jcfown ehieff WD4.
agitators of
"I should have South
the entrance of the Fren h.ajaiy under Pich. thought you knew me bet however, just, rightful and constitutional, i I Carolina,' true to their ancient instincts Gov LAN was about to leave, for the Cat;who played! a eonsp>e ct* part in 'the ,' ,.
egrn. While the troops! with piled arms ter, replied Woerden, looking slyly at his yet still a concession fraught with 'important their forces against the marshalling States as Agent of company for the Florida! war. Also Go p r iohn,' erar -
waited son. "But no matter-it is sufficient that results of Comproimise. Steamboat Navigation of the preter. The latter is a i egfe Who ;
their billets and ratios, the inhabi. point principle; and also A meeting%as advertised'to Columbia and was&
tants hastened to illuminate honor of their you marry the girl you like." perhaps' with important practical conse in Charleston last night, and the be held Williamette' RI e'. In reference to this ken by the Seminoles! 'Irob1JL- whites and'-. I

arrival,..and in spite: ofi|< piercing cold Once more at home, the merchant shut quences. For, on,this head, the report thus called upon throughout .the State people are move, the Spectator says : I undeffUnd; seedj4terpreterfai: >
himself in his office I I to assemble Gen. Worth "
until the
with
when the "
evening,
welcome the heroes. lays down the of As Ind4 .::
thronged to irtji he appeared with of principle non action by : in mass meetings to prevent i its adoptionand for any exception that may be made I II
a letters -
which
packet
Amid the general rejjiis; one house Congress and non action, too by the terri the settlement oi the agitations of the to theptopriety of the Governor's leaving I From tie\AIbttmyThe .
alone /teamed with tkssfcl.'doqr: and darkened were On immediately the sent to the post tories themselves until they become ripe for day. One man writes to the Charleston i his official post we are persuaded that all J I Cnua. f'ft = .
i for the : J
windows. It the of the day appointed marriage, admission into the family. of States-which I who .
was Dwelling Mercury in the sincerely regard the prosperity of Oregon
Wilbfclm! foflowing'staJn- which tilt colored
and his ,
wealthy merchant, Woertje$, v bo, wholly where found father arrived at Broek, is all the South Contends for or desires. Editor refers io as an "example of the feeling I.I will a;ree that in the .present peculiar his throat. with matt whd t4 Bdjiirtooi. to eui!
large of
they a frien.lsand a
occupied in his business, cared 1 lie for politics relations assembled to meet party them. Van "It is high time that the wounds which it which i 13 springing'up in the South :" conjuncture in ours affairs .he can serve us theDoctorshaviflgite4p mackijjalfci recptefing. ;:
still less for the arrival; ofjthe French, has Inflicted should be healed and closed more extensively i in this private enterprise ,'
and was far too careful of hit money to Elburg welcomed them with cordiality but and that to avoid in all future up time ; '//We are just wakin? from the dream of than he could In his public station. The The only cosmetic that&efi pebpfe'slioiU,
there was an expression of care an I embarrassment the the Union, and are ready now for Southern Civil use, is exercise and county ,
waste it, lkehisneihborg.iA) ill minaliolls., agitation which must be a Government. this Territory Is virtually ijcr. Th: former -
produced the -
.Wrapped ia his fur dr fil ggvn, a stat-\ J on his face, that at first made the conflict of opinion on the slavery by Confederacy, or any other change that we dissolved,and hence the Governor being to indulged ia alw&f? |iancl as Badl;. .

kp cap drawn closely ovjei Ibis few giay j I happiness.tridesroom: fear The some elder frefh obstacle to his existing as this institution does ia question some of, can make. We have ceased to look to literally alone could effect but little as Governor oftener as possible., J i< I r j: ; .'. .4

hairs wbeeleJ tune his had easy left chair on close'"h.iI"J So ij: bead tLe,chinmer.he ha.lj, in no, way shared in hi* Woer.len son' anxiety, however, for he, .1 the'. j States, and. .- prohibited. as it;is in others, mises.Congress'*' and are heartily sick of Compro I I of the Territory. ''1my Poppy, may snn."I go.. ifltoibejprthardt'1 f.. : ., .
me inu winch =. *, ':
and as he rubbed his hands' over the brigItcoalfire : conld cause of give his a host's tolerably uneasiness.Mynher good. guess at the the adion principle of Congress in forming'ovght to territorial regulate I The tnion is a "dream1" #in South Care From the MJCO*Journal and Matexgcri. "Why lint, say r" }&l i J ,1 t':. .. '. .>:0
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seemed lost in a, reverie, from Van Elbar1! he governments for each newly acquired domain l lina! the Union which our fathers made Arrest ofCeorg J* Bolioeh. "Because the trees have;;l t on.." 1)fei4

which neither the- .:,nor long day- "what can be the matter tAre excla'meJ, is to fefr4tr)1 all itfixttuion on theiv&ject J the Union. wilich.ha.s endured three score Bulloch the absconding Cashier of the shooting, and they might IptJtm..0 ,'-"-'!
unwell -
pipe on the table at hu !aide: had' power to ? you in the territory acquired, so Ian ata it years and ten, and under which we have Central Railroad bank was recently arrested : Nothing is more delici ; .1Jwa a- love'-' .

xon.' him. : "':, my dear friend." replie.l. the other, retains the territorial form of go-vern ellt- realized more national and individual happiness -, at the poit of Cardiff in Cc.fDwalIr.WaIe5. quarrel. The reconciJiaiiop'i.equal to thrf;'
All at once the silence wai interrupted by "notll, but in the most unpleasant! dilemma leaving it to the people of suck Territory 1 than has ever been vouchsafed by a' He was brought over in"the steamship second edition of the hobeyjcooon *""Xis '
a violent rin; at the hotie.bel. Tue old I Men they hate attained kind Providence Cambria and is me,dear, and make \\ .
,
; potslble-J must speak with immedi to man started and turnip!: > 9. stout, reJ- 1 atelv in private." you entitles them to admission as a State to decide I, glories of the past-the "prosperity"of the of Chatham county. He absconded on the Tbe scow-boat Jane .icijtettSptak i. ;,

cheeked servant wh 4 sealti o atn respectful "Is it anything respecting the marra: e tot for thensdves! the quesiimtofthe allnrollce or present-and the. hopes of the future* are 1st day of JIarch. The next day circumstances Basin on Wednesday hajjj I coi bee'h '

distance, was occupying :i r eif in knit. asked Woerden, "If you Wish to be off prohibition of domestic slavery." t\ only "dreams!" If these be "Jream then ;. Were developed, which lei to the of since the blow; Fean'art.entertained; : -

ting"See -b s i your word it is still time.: The establishment of a Western and 1 l let us dream, on, alfd| may our sleep be as I belief that he had taken, passage la a smail that she has been dashed agafcst the. fe ee'a
who it i is Jacqueline i ," sAd he, that i' Not for the world." Northern boundary for Texas is perhaps. i profound and as 1 10 jig as that of the grave Br. schooner named the Adtl. and lost her weather gage; 'The first. mate

comes hour." to difeturb *s atl h1.N unseasonable:. I' In that case we will: proceed to churchat properly speakin, no concession at all, so I We wish no resurriction- from such repose. i The circumstances which led to the discovery swam ashore on the stovei' i }; .

i once. You know I like to do things: far as regards North or South but a measure Yet glorious as the lost history of the Union I of the route taken-to his arrest in a Goodwin advertises for fabtfut 15 gills.t i ,
In few minutes tall'J-cning <
a a man entered I rendered has been, and brig jt as its future distant; country, and his return to the
and off his inoak.salated regularly: and as I came here to see my necessary and indispensable bv the prospects scene cane chairs. Should he i afit ;one' to,''can .
throwing w n married we will finish that business existing strife on that subject between'Tex are, the dreamy 35!jator is ready to mrren- of his crime in the short space of two himself we can furnish fcfsa 1li1h: j a4 .
merchant as father. t i first and then I shall be happy to hear what as and New Mexico: and it is recommended J I der them all for "i y change that we can months, are sufficiently singular to be. dress in about a moment. j.: f "...-
uUa! iaityouViIbelo"! I did not thtj make !I" It makes worthy ofrecord.Baltoch .
difference
"
yon have to "a,. by the pecuniary offered io with him bml
equivalent to Teta, I A bode
Tectyon back &to soon." i -. whether the absconded at the gold to cost $ w to be : .
of
the of
fr f disrup moment
Ion the
There the is l
and it sorrender.of confederacy
was
no remedy till actual leader
; was not f.her or supposed en to the of the ,
"I havejn returned frmUr4.1." I )
ftp followed sailing of the Isabel for Lotellband-oneo.f.;
,
h2.Dt1 iffhti. by anar "iyi and violence and steamer ,
rl Chagres
the '
? nair.had btea made The provision, as to offijJWJHWSJfePBddjm the
the otherani should bavp arrived longago and wife that V an Elburg could _.man._ delivery I I bloodshed-better hese than the Union. I j I and of another vessel for .California, round principal 'Hooters.. of'V esngland. J '

had not the road bea ;fio jocumbereJ( catching his frienJ; alone. the principle; I: ..1M" % .f4lli.. r reason with such mai- j the n o!l":;.-_.__...;_.gp- OO1111 Dobbs says if the woridj'were a. khcbeui: '
with troops and idlers." ; "I am bound io deliver you four hundred The South is to have a more efficient federal : shows the necessit 1 of firmness on. the part 1', sels, while the .little scaooner, for-the'o&- 1\Q1d be the aJ : '. .
Hare yon eeen Van Eib ?g 1!? thousand herrings in fourteen days said system for the recovery of such fugitive, |'I of the friends of th country. The Union is f fI scure port of Cardiff would be ent.rely over faces U. n e IIIiIr.a-mh. X2ZS _

''Yes" answered the yousg nsao, taking he, -and not a single fih can I get at any and indemnity to individuals in case of.i I I to be attacked-a! open and indis-ruiseJ effort looked. The plan was adroitly conceived.A was over there last summer add was' three-

his seat by the fire, "and hie consents to my price." Q11 Ttfrom the national coffers; and the i;I is to be made to dissolve it-and shall I slight circumstance however, causedits times taken up-twice forimtjiing ia. tb-

marriage with his daughter' ut'refuses to Woerden could not- restrain his laughter."I prejudices of the North are so far consulted the friends of law and order, and good I II complete failure. street, and once for sneezing
government
give more than four thousanJ dtfcats. as her dare say not," he replied "I bought them as to yield in such cases, the right of trial j I''r remain idle ? The Republic expects BuHoch it seems, had in the Bank /our Who evet knew a man lint' was tod poof ,." 3'P

dowry." : all up long ago." by jury. the trial however to take place in I every man to do his dUly in this time of jars of preserves which he sent for the to take a paper that did net tike his family -
'
"Then he may keep both ducats and In that case of course oar contract Is at .be South, security being given to restore the danger-Sac. Repub evening of his departure. The vessel on tp see the circus and uRhinje sietcow," ererjr. '

daughter," said the merchant! angrily. an end,*" said i Van Elburg, looking doubtfully (fugitive to the North, should a Southern jury -- which he sailed had cleared for Co we!. but time they come along! *s -1" tAn

"But consider, father!-r-H7 l at his friend. award him his freedom.- Lastly, the ques subsequently changed her destination to editor in Illinois avci notice ''i.;

"Consider what t' int rtpptei"; : Yoerden. least lions of the abolition of Slavery and the Pram the TaZahatstt Smtintl. Cardiff without any apparent reason; The there will be "no paper th$! week," 'as'.J. s' '
"There is nothing to ctns:&,. I know that 'By conditions.no means;We or at have this, only day on united certain slave traJe in the District of Columbia, are Oar Progressive Democracy. Captain before his departure .inquired of wife is u ingthe scissors tojialf-solehis! eav. ;!

at yuur age lore outweigh gold- bat time our children, Van Elburg, and shall leave disposed of in like manner, the South with' "Some persons, in their uncertainty as to the consignee if he could carry a passenger sinriers with. I; ii 1 -' --

will teach yon, that when! pbrerty comes in them a handsome fortune when we die. So out any compromise of the constitutional "the future, will perhaps notice with feelings without reporting the fact to the Collector, Why twice eleven l l&iijiwjce-tea 1 ?-. -

at the door love soon flies' :1 out M the win much for the future. But as regards the question (the report entirely and expressly "of regret, the prospect of the failure of ifr.Clay's and was answered in the affirmative. The Because twice eleven are ty-two" sal
ftw
down ''i] i waiving even its discussion and declaring it scheme. We confess that inquiry excited no suspicion at the time, bat
we have twice ten
less ; are too. } 4 ,
present, matters are fairly arranged.My twenty '
Yet, father!I" argued! the young man, receives while the predicate of diverse opinions) obtains the "no such feelings. We are by no means the reported disappearance of Balloch soon i J j : :-.A
business
a capital urchin
son 111 ostratedwrth sl'
"Van Elburg is one of tb j riihen men in the four thousand positive declaration that 'slavery ought not Certain that even disunion itself is not preferable after recalled it to the recollection of thecon.ignet cute, a i a* n
you only give your daughter be abolished" in the District o'f Columbia he drew his pocket knife aifoeis the leaved
and sooner or &ter his daughter to ; who mentidaed it to the Bank
country to such ,
pretended compromise: *
ducats. No.as I did like make the any
not to of ..
a grammar; :-h <* $ ft. s- >
and the North obtains the of .
an
must have his fortune. > application "At the of officers. This led to farther examination
any rate, we imagine people wnh
"Tot-tnt!" said Woenten ; ,Van Elburg young people their unhappy I by refusing my and consent I old Jaw of Maryland, a slave holding State, "Florida are willing to take the chances of which resulted in the discovery that a British "Illustrated cntsjh. 1::4iHt & til*;
to marriage, thought schoolmaster '
knows well what he is about but yoa formerly owing the Distric of Columbia, bad i board as he drew hi? c&ce across the
cunning would settle the matter another You "something worse, (if any thing can be Captain placed person on back of the urchin. ; c.
as be is, be shall not put bad-bargain on have to deliver four hundred thousand way. her to the prevention of the slave trade hereafter "worse,) in the hope of something better." of the Ade, having in his possession a U i y : ,

me. As for you Wilhelmy:I hare promisedto rings at ten guldens per thousand, but can in that district. -Eds.Floridian $ Journal. trunk and two jars, of Preserves: After ''Isay Clem," cried tw, 'tiP tiii' ct: -
basibe i and now recommend search the other of Preserves kies appealing for deeisiolitl1a> ; : Able )n&'Lpire "
give you dp my them from no one but me and I must With these) provisions, w* are satisfied, farther tlCO jaTI
,
you taking worn otjaJvice with get have thousand I don't and the whole country both North and Such distinguished statesmen and patriots were found, and in one of them several hundred "which WcW & tight itTtureuj:.tf ae.:..- )
fifty guldens or
it; never give more than Jbu ewe, and with a single per tail. The difference* i it South. ought to be ied. That the extremists as Henry Clay Lewis, Cass Daniel Webster dollars in American gold. This left zactly!" The sable n'injn'ji reflected fJD

always consider yourself.before fiber peoplein part sixteen thousand which I of North and South are united and others, after weeks of anxiout care no ddUbt as to the point of his destination, OmenadJthewthalooi1d : ,
exactly guldens, '
your transactions; rely tn ty hat is the intend to over to son as his against )it,' although Iota calo sunder in and deliberation have made a teport'td the especially it was known that tbe" familyof can't tell PreDctJ1"f.j' f J 'j II ; E S .,

only way to proeper i in l all e5f jas well as wife'i dowery.you "pay my sentiment, ought to recommend it tn all mod Senate of the United States.which in their Quantock with whom be was intimate L I A Ito i i was ill $$& th'e) slial- ;

love. And now we will:drop tfte;snbject." crate menj to all lovers of the Union, and wisdom they think presents, ground ,upon lived in the'unmediate vicinity of Cardiff.A :away out West; to testify to :ibe, charactef".4 ,
The young man knew his father's burnouT Van Elburg looked rather foolish daring all wise-hearted sons of. the So th. There 'which the North and the South may honorably ; message was at once sent by. telegraphto of another Hoosier It wa p.folldwlr'; "i'.

too well to press the matter, atjfeast; at thatmoment. this exr.lanation. but at the end he regained arerparts of the report, which we may hold i meet, without a degrading concession i Mr. L. O. Reynolds; who was then in i "How. long have ycrn kn>wai BUI. Boshwhackr -.
his and smiled he '- '
: '| even as on either side-and settle forever a question that '
objectionable .in themselves, bat'tbis is no I Boston, and gentleman, without a moment's U.
in silence( his disappointment said, clapping the other on the shoulder,I which has so long agitated this nation, in "Ever since he born1 '
jibe sat brooding rer occasion for cavil or picking flaws in an in* delay. despatched a police officer was ? .
the and "You have outwitted me, Jlynber Woerden, and created so mach solicitude in the mind which about "What is his 1Letter "
house-fceU'again rang, dictment: and as a whole we stand ready to the Liverpool steamer; was tp general chawtet :
the tread of a horse's feet was haM in thecourryard and I must pay the penalty, so say no more accept the compromise as a noble and patriotic of every sage and patriot in the land. To sail." Sheriff Pendergiat; of Savannah; followed !- '- Ai; No. 1. 'Bi'ftr! t., ired

: while the dog eommehced a furious about it. And now let us join our friendsagain. offering on the shrine of Union and I j I promote this prospect of a happy reconciliation in the next steamer; and both reached ..-:_n:._" 'f? r7.

barking ll'7 ." conservative too of Southern rights,although of a question so momentous and vital to Wales some time in advance of the Add.- "WodTd yoa believe him: ti'i M' ?

*It i is certainly a stranger jhis time !" said I Eight days afterward Van Elburg wentto yielding: somewhat Northern prejudice; we the permanency of this glorious Union the They had therefore complete opportunity "Yes-firreeorofl. or tyi 'oa1ei.lt .-

Mynher Woerden, ""i iijico mistaking the visit his daughter at Amsterdam and in would wafn the Southern opponents of tl.Ls oUest and leading Editors of the two great to prepare for Balloth's arrest, before he "What, io yonr opiiuoT ,I jfaw ; .

dortbark. J;( his turn found Woerden in the greatest per well considered and wisely matured plan of National parties-the senior Editor of the could reach the shore; which they accordingly -. cations to good character. I? K J" '

He was interrupted byf tic servant bringing plexity. conciliation and concord that the Northern Washington Union and the Editohf of accomplished.What "He's the best shot of thf pttria 'or:nt JI

in a packet. t ';, J You are the very person I wanted," said I fanatics and free soilets are chuckling with the National Intelligencer sacrificing their may be the fesult of the arrest cannot the woods; be can'shite tW j ejr winker; offawolfasfarasashoating5ilIcafl7 ;

"Commissariat: departoMjnt! said her he, seizing his band ; "Unless you can assist self trrattration and delight, over every man! party prejudices upon the alter of patriotism now be predicted.. It. has never been ft

master,with no little earine, if he openedit I me I am a ruined man. The herrings are festation of Southern opposition to its con- nobly) step forward and throw the weight; of supposed those best acquainted with the ball he can drink a quart of-grog anyday 4

; but an expression of: u iness which 1 all ready, bat high or low, not a barrel Is to sammatinrL Hale of New Hampshire and their great talents and experience in favor facts, that Mr. Bun d1 earned away much and chew tobacco like a hos 7>: I IA '. .. .'c

had at first slightly confractfd .ais features befound." confederates regard the compromise as of the proposed compromise. But dreadful! of the funds of the1 Bank. It is reportedthat prisoner being brooghif-la Cosrt: th T .

changed into one of pleaipure ase reaJ on: 'Van Elbarg's little gray eyes .twinkled surrendering at discretion to tbeSoatb- that in the midst of these cheering prospects, only a small sum was found upon his following dialogue passed bettjreut him and.

"Au order to delirer fooV bindfed thousanI I cunningly. Every man for himself Woer Senator, declared on the reading? of the re when this rsty of hope is[just bursting'opon person. Tbe inevitable conclusion is, that the sitting magistrate: :l4| n 4

herrings for the ore of the,| annyr den-you bought the fish and I bought the portTiUT IT 'coHvraTcB New MEXICO the nation, the1 preeoeion editors .of the the money is still ,in the hands i>f his ac- How do you live {d IT $'

be continued: "a very :iaCc ptable comm: barrels. Bat as an old friend I wont tat 1x0 UTAH mo JL si.jvX'fisTCKe: Jft of EKED Floridian & Journals who have but.glancedat lomplices,' in &vann b. If this be the Pretty well sir-gcnenJI ;I JoftI.id ,

: ,Jon-r.Wilbelm he siid ufy exclaimed! p advantage of you and yon shall nave aiL THE DOCK JO*THE EXTEXgKJS Of SlAVXRtOVEBJCVM the report, and never conceived its great fact, he will doubtless develope the whole pudding for dinner... .r ltfV .,;
.*ft.ri &horl pause; ''Willselm;! you shall many an you want for exactly sixteen thousand rises' of. irj* and Chirped that objects and designs, with one dash of their.. matter .in the course of the investigation I mean sir, how do yoa get yoor bread} *

Tfaarry Van Hbnrg-s Jii1 tqr, nd be shall t t.PT.e guldens above the COtc ice." tfiit opposition to the plan. oy the Stndk teas potent 'qoill .demoliib :'all.this. labor and which mast soon follow. .It is due,to him.' I.be* yonr wO '..padca;; ometooec ,
ner a handsome doirryjia spite of bin- Woerden loOked rather Uank bat dll his not feint, but that it vouid persevered edinbined wisdom1 and experience(of .S1att5rue self/and to his friends that such; ''develop at ih j baker's and *,metmm4 tih.l1 ei -'

-setfi"f .. best to conceal his vexation. -The trek.i i.
"H>' safyoit. Incbponvnabre dWrjfiiieT!!'repfled 110t a bad one," said he, witb a forced senile t. whin Southern men find themselves ,cheek are by, no means e'rtai i chat,:disunion without regard ttf persons.Atnongthe'paseflgerS ,

; to believe'Via senses at this but yoa mast confess that I taoght it toyv t.I I "jr jowl, with such .cor pani01L i it .sliouid tse1f is not preferable! W any each' pretended Tolerablywell, I tbankjrair nrMipI-. '.
.Ah2.ftoI 4. ttt., :. ,' ." Compromise. !! *. :. in the Niagara, is welL it.": t ..
!; .na make them doubtful of tl ej(Jit M. }Veeelaflrrndal'ltf1 ; hope yogkworship'. ,Ii.J ,'.Rf
'Leite auto n :WEEetiK'f; WoerOBdeToarhoT '. .,!1' returned the other 'Yoo 'arc ( assaretf that tbeeTr
dei' iry' U?f'saddled bya ckver fellow in Amsterdam,:bat we are no on both sidev'are*wrong:and that twhat -, ,often. rsiA,.,wb!!* angels fear' to &re d." Teaekle-.WaUI!Esq of this.city,
=6rtai3; .fod,inrod 'that:*I:tn called in fool in Brock.'" Hale,SewarJf.Wjlmotlt! :ami all stfcb.miscreants .-_- __ _. ,,_.. .p.. J, will be remembered was for appointed the ,,by of ,1 it' da4dy's:. ,., :. .- ': :b.

time,for we'must be at BrBefc Before twelve 1 ,.,regard.to .death.tattbeif.bwpestand : ., .. President to visit Spain, purpose JVJIIJlSYOUf daddy "::. .f.jJ.,1
in.relation
;' l'iJt t..f; ;;' ,.. A r?evMfenw of the str rrTnt.iegtWt 1 r ruth measures bf evil, ought not trt excite? rfen'flhv --T.tbf-'t t: Calhirme' Sr making:isa! investigations trtk in Flt.Ja&e.'}!rV original reached :"Dont yoa. ..know f; 'W4id|M| ifew'Ct
oftbe "of r '
&tftbjj W ,Feuf : }
thr $aTpjters ciation or"ojrpowtlow front the Jones U-"f' lfc.pl er4
I ..
1he'rW1r saw ; on tneroad permanence of our republican innlifrrtion atNe\1l.Port' Baltimore ba Saturday evening,' 'much im- '
4o that celebnfeii vllii 'ff j:Vhere c1an.I i i. farniheJ in the'following;.'ex raei> would therefore invoke the'eonftau support Mary of Boston nowtfyinjf Jut prjved_in.health _by.Via trip. ,His report So-yon .are the tott of t1 bade %
U Mci'an' be.foreptering ala letter from 'of of the patriotiron! oi the laoi North an4 Sooth; wete. committeJ tojail'ia.thia etmmy Wby.yes.I calculate I ai* -1i oVor
e. carried 10 c/xtfntf.tnat i s gentleman J ntfnct on I iniheniterarT oLiding&rzdbetlJ5gfri *hick. ,WiI1 .be ,one: of ability, .beyond all '
'botli ifa and Iran :.isf ftodJVe&t. for.nfaecomprehensive- Saturlayn a charge got to be a widower -.Del -VA aoteri
and
ier
: the trcet I political circles of Franc, wcbt'wiIl$ he looked for,with much interest. *
slave belonging '
caitoro : Wbi I% Clay an attempt erf ehypement by -- -' --- .terio reckon he's s*A
inco0piancewliir) invariable; were tofrienJinthiIcounty1hopefmy ;. oJjitineitwhCbtbi pitrpnue thl : Iff ilL:Patriot.: mBjyr
, ,and tbe DnttocfawrCae endowe* wbtcb: to Cob Robtrt Gambleof city.Joef you are not fir rem c 1oot.f-04
io JsajbroU juxf, J 'rtheItjArJesto *- SMSMSlMS ,
oUed i HSSIVMi
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; ,'canTof ,;ervant. .:Ai'th door Vaq ifooJ sir.thai fear(fata! F4P t So: L slavery :wiU :.receive'a:S3tt.facory (J1atf f' ,, I beetf disordertyVjhlKj. they .e1e tafce.o' uvpictertof : / apartlgwesintothau .j.Fth"tl2G' t1i
f. ei2w i r solotloaanj wilt not endanre rtbev i.gpg dn blQ' itf rstaryj brrt,ffpon their arrest one iC 6It"
Good
, ii'J.8 peacrvxf oL the.. reVart UIC 1 into Ttbe1:Gulf:"of Mctlco iId thatwbiehrdniT J: morniBr.r Too(
1 tmrdear United Satesir popuFaftoodnerex .i'J-a a t allhwttegsed ,i it f1 wl. ibepirtrV k hr'Ihe tessse; mistaking off tbVothir side into the Golf ofSt.Xawrence.fes fcafa strangetk 5.' .it iJ1'U:1"1d 4

r[ flOjh rj pshem forget lhat oa:.the; mcdmtioa "Iijeid1nu s hfijianJfI.W The earrfttistd fd 116 Lpfhitegc ., i goes.' .s.r "1 'O.". .-- .. ._ 2 ..sr"uuJ.1V&l
fm I they will i ia this 1' steorfifroardFfte tesiaHd s 'X J81t"'n :4f
display terrible 'tV r'spweu .
'with" E...ere" fci1' r J cf ba$1tfd eautruremtf eatI:3 te, %ftcei JPJrC zynjq 1 salt hmj sjvaW&egro'naF 1 f VfdTh&! btai1Wo'tht theBaithce sUdar &or&ditia I ... r n.1."I- J IIIIii .,- "
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. aGDoe.., ,aid f' "Any. . :: .fm 1h .r af tw Jef'mttt M*ftoi yet appreb-emtei; The..vt1ti roll of 12,239; KbDlar5>.andlbrarics .coupflflg3U8 ; f1i1r..i\. .;. .r:. MJ..,

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It1t1tj'pm l ''' Friends. FLORIDA REPUBLICAN., can be taken.( Sorely it is not desirable ff HIOHLYIMPORTANTAttack'on : :! .: home.; yNo entreaties of-'the;;General and C.yrseps. l.-f thaZsiiaa.I .: ..
!
I ;1. .e dent"Ojtlelhorpe of the SarariiiaB,'!I it.beiietnocratic t|! conepon.I "t w thh ld-'romJhe South the.vetpons,of argument. ,Cuba- Withdrawal q.t the Expedition huV/stajB eoull>pr TaiI upon :them-they. WAsEIcQJ, D. C..May 15, 1850.
,Georgian, writing ont t and
thelOthsayt: jjjiTberaoderajej\ ::11; Thursday. ,. May. SO. 18SO." > The,address! regards" :the proposed. > :Spanish;;'Arrival War 'at SleamerReception Key WeSt.PUTISiV&9aC ;at Car* were ,$w *volunteers..; leftiou1eLcf undisciplined,those, Mr. Editor j Ijjfeard\ Mr, Clay deim.aamnab1.

., \ I aa'.! a|ncnii b wOf-defence within wouldnot Tljeybai speejtKrpi the Senate day before
paper i t
jmn!} of the North who, : .&$, &., t -. 30 'who-Were'iritoxicatedand killed,
I that far, hare stdby the South and com. r WHIQMEETINQ. the Union ,and/tht,Consfitation," ;and,with I .rmpudfRSe.fth5flIpbUIfl. about ; yesterday, O tit, qun of admitting

i ..'. promised their bwa) positions at home are A meeting of the Whigs of the county such-an object we think Ji is entitled to warm i KIT WEST, FLA. May 22d,1850.mist.tbetethptation. .ii&- Could not be'found. So Gen. Lopez California aa t\ a He providing Te

'' extremely grieve r.t&is new turn of affairs, will be held at the Court House on Saturday support. seeing he could. not, land again i !;_sent ,the rial tsjfor Utah and New ..
I *iatend&. Ny __. ,Dear:5trJ:cannot tis' GTe I.
wbjcfc-Ts < NY, to pnt'lthemr next to take"sorae-action 'i in reference r ? ....- > tiovernorV .&c., .with all'of ,treasury, Thit '
i entirely Aon da cow Wf, -uul strengthen the the The JVetcs pronounces Compromise to give you the new i. Yesterday morning :' of honor that he bi .. 14 Driest t.ayrWl m
under
6! hands of their*Frtf:Soft fadven'anes. Mr. Whig candidate for Congress, and the representation bill wholesale"concession I. early a large'Spanish i war-steamer'hoye too ashore, a pledge i with optO"|, ?;.|B d that; strongest

i :: Dickinson, of New-York: whose firm attach. of the county in the next'General "par" !Jy a is Jim by theSouth off the channel and inquired of the pilot for would save and protect those left behind.- !chrer, .Senators _belonging._. to, ,
Cocstithtion ; and it disposed,1 it has always this the nearest i Bw > t
taentto the, and to Southern Assembly. hundred meVbn) board.No He then steered for port, being j ,
:: rights nobody TriU drfc\r (a Question, has ex teen, to arrogatejjo', e r Democratic a steamer with three where be could get coal: and water. He Sutb. bis j
hi ioi the bills .such team rhadbeenseefland. .upon Clay ]lott::tome
pressed adhesion reported by : I party*xeluetve: ; friendship4or| the South. knew'the,Spanish .' vessels ,wireoutinueicl' o.Ypo
.
cIucvI,1 COURT. war. '
Mr. Clay, u ehairjna$ of.the committee of ; We hate before said that 'ibe being to informed., he:.stood,off.: Presently ; that intellect 4"4 that e whi-I

,- thirteen aod is, fJtteKeVe, ready to vote for The Spring .term of the' Duval county the Jniv* favors the smoke, of ,a,.steamer,,m.teen"about. 12 of him.. but the first" he had seen of made him to !;dtJnguithed? and
earnestly compromise;and fina -- -- him *
: certain: tmendmeeis'the South Court commenced we now of them when this one chased '
last was
may propose on Monday Hon. reef any
; miles to the eastward inside the, coming weight in the e4u4t'in.ofth nation. ,
bat, after. *these, aid tf' hill!!I !itself shaI.4veI !. THOS. DOUGLAS presiding. The grand and in that print, strong letters. commendatory i ,of down As the d at, the Spaniard was u above described, into this port. During speech idn4rkable' Cool T
:, Men roted flown? bewill; be compelled to j petit juries the measure, from those leading Democrats, ; near the short l chase the Spaniard was at no time wu a j o. &
were duly impanelled the former < .
stand in and'aoonwbegan
(: ship and 44.p4heiying the
vote for the admission: California by her- Robert J.. Walker late of the seen to'boet ; dispassionate dreaded
elf.: .He was viry Branch grieved by thespeeches receiving "an impressive and commendable Secretary to :suspect the" N.".Y.;' San, had not near'enough to make a shot effectual, until evils of the fdr rV il the '.crisis :which 'bad

of MesaA. Ijayis and Clemens and charge from the Court. No crimes of a se. Treasury, David Stewart,.late Senator .from hoaxed the..world ; so"we watched from the be arrived in this port, where, ,of: course, arrived was tuj rcd-to pats without settle

t Borland/who condemned the bill without rious nature are known to have occurred Maryland, and from Waddy Thompson, of with The both parties were safe. But Gen. Lopez'smen :
of ourl anxiety; difiertnices betuscn'Ibm
,.' suffering it to be t ado printed, and his in. South Carolina, late minister, to Mexico.: tops _lofty cupolas ment of the unfiap
,.
within
the limits of the having no cannon, nor sea-grappling,
since last
: the
: ; county i small steamer the advantage,being inside l the glorious
&i tfnation f seemed1";to''be contagions. Mr. The Union says similar: letters have been received had glorious Norths an4 aa'l
..; Bright of Indian vrKfv has long ago ..igni.eo term. tbe reef and drawing only 6 1.2 or 7 and not being prepared for a sea fight, and South. With oVn.peculiar[
from other dpnb
: '
distinguished
: Gt'b18.t( Intentiotf.ios'flisobey' instructions, gentlemen feet water, She came into 'port loaded with being to many crowded together in one,little chastiMd'the .
| <
;
I ODD FELLOWS' among them one from Cave Johnson, Mr. severely f
4 aadto acrificeblpottion as Senator from CKLBBBATIOX. men. The Port Physician boarded her and old steamer, were in the highest degree of who had at fast efi&red publicly,toitpddi-(
Indiana to his dryland\ 1 In of Polk's general, which will be
obligation to his pursuance arrangements made by postmaster excitement for thoight the man-of-war
they
'. Southern brthreng4( ; and ordered her to quarantine, for the nine hoursare I ate the laws of Clones f and of the Prophets,
declared
up on "Florida Lodge No.1" of the Independent published soon. If the rights of the South would sink thei steamer tbe first shot, or !
I the floor of the Seriatfe, that be lob would enforced upon vessels from Havana on I and to deny to our blessed Saviour the veneration
Order of Odd Fellows of this can be so implicitly trusted to the Democracy
place, an address disable her engine, and then sink them at hit '
stand by the Compromise Bill, and by the account of the cholera, but this steamer was due b f divine n. declared
orp .H
.. was delivered by Bro. P. G. OSCAR we do not see how it is that these old file board t
compromise as long as a hope remained of from Cardinas, on the coast of Cuba, and leisure. Many intelligent men on himself {tot to the plan of
accomplishing peacebut] after that should HART, in the Methodist Church on Mondaylast leaders are' now supporting a plan which is I her. On she knew they were safe as .soon as they got? tedde Committee of t
4 the Spaniard chasing came, re $
; bare vanished, ihkn be should vote for the at the close of which the Lodge in "purely a wholesale concession by the compromise .' '
within this harbor and did the General, .
J so
admission! of California.by herself, and! his with invited fellow- South." and her pursuer close in her 'wake. She Thirteen, to the tnt tha be would listento .
colleague, wnitcomn; i know will do the company numerous rounded to at the furthermost pepper wharf, but they could not quell the excitement no other. Ail j |w desired. was a_settlement ,

tame. As to Sturgeon, of Pennsylvania, he citizens sojourning in town during the present The Whig of this section, tbe Republican and the Spaniard passed her"stem. The amongst the men. of this voijeJ question, and he .bould .
papers
is a Roman, and willeland by the compromise term of the Court, partook of a most excellent There of our citizens who
are
of and Sentinel, endeavor to make it orders of the Port Physician had caused her many bail with deligU\any a-i't

of carrying as long it as throuihtbe a'glimmer' Senate.hope He remains will collation in the lower story of the appear that the provisions of this compromise to hesitate to come to the wharf, but now, know the yoke under which the Cubans are sis which bad &$ig, bjj ettJM'same ;

i it .lorigjas'the Lodge Building. The members of the Order forbid the territorial governments groaning, and who deeply sympathise with Unhesitatingly said the
stand by as .I : : South themselves she came, and the men swarmed out of her But 3fe; :

? will stand by it; but Ascertain as the South proceeded from the Lodge in procession, from"legislating We in respect them with to African wanton mis sla like bees out of a hive. Soon the story was them. The consequence is, that Gen. Lopez dy parp.b arrived;[ n, if this matter ',were
: defeats it, he will ;ibe.,found voting for the clothed in regalia and bearing the very. charge brave who the
mystic and his 570 men, captive of this h
admission of representation-with an intent to deceive the told-it was the steamer Creole, from New presented t tb4t ,ople country,,

"There is, California then,. n 1 escape herself.from the dilemma. emblems, to the Methodist Church, passingon people.-Neva. Orleans. On Sunday morning last about 3, Governor said' he saw returning firing would soon b.W apparent' tt they approved

We mnsj, either have no legislation their way through the principal streetsof We not only "endeavor to make it ap o'clock she landed 610 men, with Gen. Lopez from the parapets, lighting cigars, loadingand ; of any resemble basis of coinproinisewbichwoethemeanIof -

\ at all), and confusion, bordering on an- f the town. On arriving at the Church a pear" so, but make it appear so, by quotingthe at their bead, in Cardinas, to aid the Cubansto firing again. as insensible to fear as inanimate perpeta

archy, or we mujt compromise the difficulty large congregation of both sexes were following literal words whicttare contained accomplish Independence. Their plan substances, who went into battle ating this Unioti .1!

between the North. kind the South on the found in waiting. The Orator of the Day in each of the bills territorial with deafening yells that made the welkin
forming the which
i then
basis, if not adopting JLb'e particular features was to take the city as quietly as possible He esphlnt.. pr th
was escorted to the pulpit, and after an eloquent for Utah and New Mexico ring, and who one of them fought
governments : every Committee should
of the compromise bill/ If the South resist without firing a gun, take the cars and proceed proptased b gone trll
this mode of "settleme\vt, if the division of prayer by Rev. Mr. VALENTINE; Bro. "No law shall be passed (by the territorial to Matanzas by breakfast ahead of any as though bullets were only cherries, have i in the reclaiming! of a fugitive slave by his

California is instated :tjn, by some Southern HART delivered a very appropriate address, legislatures) interfering with tbe primary alarm, where they expected to have a desperate been received in as friendly a manner as owner. The Gimtfuttee that when
Senators, especially bjl Davis,of Mississippi disposal of the soil, nor in respect to African i well prop
illustrative of the rise and progress ofOdd could be expected; at least they are
lave
Mason of Virgins;: aijdTurney, of Tennes- slavery." fight, knowing there was 800 or 1,000 i it is h me good his
i. A number of statistics with the have met
Fellowship. reception they '
see, as a eonditit>?int.'qiia non, then .1 am troops there, a fort and artillery; they hopedto pleased arnef 6r agent shall go before

afraid the compromise; lost, and nothing were introduced, showing the vast and increasing Florida Episcopal Church. be joined by all the people. The steamer here.Thus the or, Court of Probate,
short of a revolutionary proceeding will resources of the Institution, and From the Sentinel press we have received Gen. Lopez has struck the first blow S a
grounded before she reached the wharf, but there obtain atlficate under
prevent the admission; :of California by her tbe which it has the of the and he the s.t
in Journal
means expended various copy of the 12th Annual for Cuban Independence, says
self. There will not ic a Northern Senator with difficulty got alongside and the men the fact of the ea* of the at
t
opposed to it, (for,,! dbibt whether General offices of charity the performance of Convention of the Protestant Episcopal commenced landing quietly. Two sentinels Cubans are now all in open revolt, expecting his 4 !upon such an evidence .

Ce.ssbimselfwoutd be'justified by his demo which is the peculiar province of the fra i Church of the Diocese of Florida. We came down, who were taken and compelledto him. We can see what little circumstances : may apr tatifactory. With this certificate .

cratic Northern fritndffor!! voting against itunder'such ternity. Several Odes were sung on the glean from it the following statistics::, give i information as to the number of troopsin (the escape: of the 15 guardsmen and the slate, fball

-. circnjnstfeirtces,) and Messrs. occasion, by the members in chorus, assistedby Churches .1 9. the lounging intoxication of some dozen or "ball b folowe a
fortifications
of tbe
tbe
the city, strength wherever found !
Clay, Mangum, laId?, Spruance Under b h
amt ten
: the melodious voices of the ladies. After in the opinions of
Clergy S 8. more men) prevented (
wood, Bell, and oei'wiU" certainly do the the whereabouts of the Governor's Palace, fore a where the 'o
same. Mr. Mangam :bas announced his intention tbe ceremonies at the church, the processionwas Baptisms. 103. &c., &c., &c. 15 guardsmen were seen approaching some) the uprising of the people with him shall cpte9"1tbUn that the e

to do so in thjtj;,Senate and Clay has again formed, and escorted to the Lodgeroom Communicants- 264. -some careless fellow cried out- at Cardinas,and how an unskillful or have, or circuit
Aid 10' to aU his 'rii ds. If the Southern treach-j i th c cut
him from
where opportunity was afforded a numerous Marriages 30. erous pilot prevented
i in he whence bessped| trial
ultras(you will parionjite if I denote Messrs. Spanish, baIt-they obeyed-then from | a regular by
in waiting below to discuss Burials 39. other place, whence (the General
Clemens, of Alabarand Davis, of Mississippi company shouted adalante (come on.) At this the some jury, and.every piegegrantedbim| where
by that term) i inW on the division of the savory delicacies provided by the art of Sunday School Teachers 41. 15 ran away and gave the alarm. As fastas says) he would have gone into the interior by be may provaj!ftlpself 1 be a free

.4 California,i and_of he positive recognition of !. Ude. The members of the Order were soon Scholars 206. the inhabitants awoke and discovered and been now at the head of 5,000 men.- of color, and ntft I iaUlave. After speaking m

slavery South r.iriding line two-thirds commingled in social: fellowship, and after Contributions, $3,13641., He awaits intelligence by the Isabel to night
who much crowded
of the Senators b for the them, those were not too frightened couple of hourgjo( ho where
wjU i admission of both appetite and wit were plied to exhaustion President of the Convention and of the from Havana before he makes further plans.
welcomed them fed them and womeHc
And well and
California by herself: Clay, Webster, men *.tbe were I closely
and Cass will,have; tc *ote for it, thereby the company adjourned. Standing Committee, Rer. F. H. Rutledge, refused pay. At and before the dawn of He is disposed to reland in Cuba if prudent. packed togetherIjflUf I impossible

establishing the preen Administration, which D. D. Residence at Tallahassee. day they were being fired on from tbe windows and possible, but many of his,men will not lo them to existH2Ir.! app way t
is a moral' infliction jtq! the country, on a THE CUBA NEWS.A Secretary of Convention, Rev. J. J. Scott, and whenever go. The most intelligent: and best ot them, Hale. (' .
house-tops they happened Mr. ;
firm basis, and putangj- end to the correspondent at Key West has kindly
prospect
of a national uemocratic: or a national furnished with!* full of Pensacola. in the immediate neighborhood; of a will probably stand by him to the last; they The weather i* rainy, and unplea.s.
us a description attack
an Treasurer of the Diocese, Senbret R. Bet- are much devoted to him-he is brave, mag-
returned the fire.
whig house
t Government here
party. I' which has been made the islandof ; they ant ; sP :1r -showing astriking
"This is our and unless I upon tan Esq., Tallahassee. nanimous, and skillful, in the highest de
__J. prertnt position'' Cuba and its results. Some of the boys would step into a shop, contrast [ B you are now
The facts
public opinion curbUbt, ,:private ambition of are fur- Agent of the Episcopal: Fund, Hon. G. R. and fire fellow gree. His Adjutant, Gen. Gonzales, is a : ; : about
nished light a cigar: step out at a on enjoying. SY1 they may
certain Senators, qi$ teath them to do their I the writer by an intelligent; person flu
Fairbanks, St. Augustine. brilliant man, and speaks pure English
the who was firing on them and bring Florida, countries
a
duty, worst codteqjnences may be appre who was connected with the expedition, and parapet tre fa w
.-.', bended. The free (toilers are delighted with who held Clerical and Lay Deputies to the General him down. The guard at the prison fired ently. Most of his men are Mississippians, than it, am/fjrolsd; to find that it i now-
command.
This an
t the conduct of Mesr.:'Clemens, Davis, of a captain's : attempt Convention. them. Whereverpo.t. Louisianians, and Kentuckians, who IBM behbt&cea'% its own
only realizes what for the last _. volley after. volley...upon. .... ,wiTic-r-nraiexico and indeed of bhluhl beyond
- Mississippi _Borland,I'turney, Yulee, and report JJCdpra;: r nd.J I' r- ; t..v. *Ajf>c4 m me : are, a set limits. |.1|IJ]; In haste, &c.5.at3i.tbsd1st .
-. ....- --- .. M their-r- --a -- -titeJovn nA.M..A ta treachery or 'want of the requisite discip. thickest of it, to all appearance utterly un, fine looking men : they are peaceable, quiet,
ranks, and such men as I Rev. J.Scott, Hon. Wm. Marvin. .
Richardson, Millerj. of ::0bio, McLanahan, line among the men, the attempt hasso C. C. Adams, J. H. Bronson. conscious: danger. As soon as tbe volleycame well-behaved men; they have made no disturbance C8Me. '

Ross, of Pennsylvania; and men who feel far failed. There are reports that there from the prison, the General was there; whatever in our streets or elsewhere, Tbisbodyad$4atStLouis Oe

.. and act with these.mei.; If the question is were other parties who were to have operated Benjamin Wright." Thos. Randall. during an interval for loading he told the though under no military discipline. 14th inst, to mClmus Go., 185*.

settled by this Congress, the free soil party simultaneously and effected landing other Meeting of next Convention, 8th Jan. 1851. guard who he was and what was hit object. Tbe Spanish war-steamer lies at anchorin address Previous of t Bishopj-Aildrew part Northern of the
will never be beard of gain in politics. It relating t -
: will spread among omen! and children, parts of the island. Capt. JOHN HEBBARO- long known to this They seemed pleased, &c., &c but by and the harbor frowning on the little old encroachments if on Southern tr

.S and religious fanatics-hot; it will not again We have no sympathy for tyrants, and as community as an efficient steamboat commander by commenced firing again. The boil released steamer at tbe wharf. was referred t a c committee ,

trouble our national l uncils. But if the many of the native Cubansmen of intelligenceand on the Georgia and Florida route, and some of tbe prisoners, who soon' The U. S. Collector of Customs lias seized view of poWishin-j The cosnnjittee a.popular is address o thesubje.

- .. "South.at,men defeat of the the Noflnjwfll cop4riise be, then sacrificed the mod.and character, complain bitterly of the enormous late commander of the William Gaston, died! drank to intoxication, one saying he bad the little steamer, as he says for a violationof M. Hent cl. comp D.o .

full rein given for taatiism.. exactions of the mother country, we at his residence in St.' Mary's, Ga., on been there 17 years for debt. They at the laws of the United States. As soon Boyle. ; ,

--. -. .11.. shall feel no emotion but that of rejoicing Thursday, the 16th inst. tacked the Governor's Palace, who fled to as the District Attorney files his libel, we The Rer. Dr. Baeim h been

- TJa.s..h(11.1! 'ol'Yention. when they relieve themselves of the yoke the parapet; there was no other way but to shall know the grounds, of seizure. At i an the additn Bielp l: :{ Te foU aJat
Mr. th& l itor of The debate on the Compromise; bill
the
Lahgdon Mobile
they now endure. But have was smoke him out, so they fired the Palace.- present the Collector says he does not know First Ballot.-&scwn. of
we no desireto Kentucky, 47
_
Advertiser in
his ;
is publi&irig the 15th
and
paper, a series | continued on 16th, when the
The alarmed this them himself, and we verily believe him. i 8 Pierce,'iU ; Patton
of able articles opposition to this Convention see success achieved by crusades from Senate people were at but Gen. Wia ; :' Wawo
- under his:-flwft !signature They our own country, which are calculated to adjourned to tbe 20th, and resumedthe Lopez told them that as soon as the Governor At Cardinas: 200 negroes begged the : Byle. 14; EarljplCfe

have already reached tl e13th' No., and lie endanger our own and institutions.One discussion. should surrender he would put the fire General to let them fight with him. He rl cond \1.B i:,
peace
$ | om, Pierce, 13
though promises the to scheme continue: tfbpe&rs] trn.to He have*ays, that result connected with this first attemptat Charleston has been the scene of another out. The Governor surrendered, being sent them away and stationed sentinels to Early. 10 Boyle, |!t: 59 ;

originated disastrous thoroughly smoked out, and tbe Generalwas prevent any getting on board, but when he The reported in favor of
with Mississippi iti lual conception is Cuba revolution, mentioned by our cor- fire. The total loss in. cotton, cmite E-
_ arrived here he found who had
due to South Carolftia.\ 'r 3 According to him. I retpondtnt-tbat of facilitating tbe escapeof rice, buildings, and merchandize, is estimated as good as his word, and the flames themselves on seven in the hurry secreted of- ern Book Concern. 1 ijBo&c agencies, &"- ,
: {. Si
bfl.
Force ever since'BiU,the there daysj tJf tKe;'Proclamation and i fugitive slaves from the island-might be by the Courier at $350,000(; and by, the were soon extinguished. 'They took 30 departure. His b n here is a violation .J .

spirits in that Statehn have betn have; umber entertained of restless the taken as an early indication of the effect Mercury at near $500,000. 6,200 bales) of soldiers as prisoners, who immediately doffed of law, ant this may cause himt .aaBlltteM$.IMS. .

design; of dissolving fhe1iiion[ ,and establish. which might be experienced by our own and Upland cotton, 435 of Sf a Island, 450 bbl. their uniform and donned the red flannel ouU Respectfully, O. B. H. Hear Seoktof, Foote raid of Mr.

inga Spnthem Confederij| ?, on its ruins. The other States adjacent to Cuba. We do not of rice, besides merchandize and buildings, shirt, the uniform of. tbe Boys, and fought P. S.-The negroes have been .since re*, Benton, in J8 l fa i1;speech delivered. in

- Nashville Convention scrieme' be add, originated believe revolution could take place there' were consumed. A large portion of (his I like good fellows, shouting (so tbe story turned to th commander of the wa steamer. Albany"A N. .in. .f }h.; .
-I with them, 1s -!. : m maftyliespects, superior to
work of their covered insurance in the South ) Libertad '! Independent de Cuba! and the Administration.
hands." In without unsettling the institution of slavery, was by Caro. goes Te Republic Edmund Burke-a ; | statesman,
proof of'thii' he
.p. duces the'authority: tti it visertion: Nashville Whig pro- and bringing npon tbe South ten evils to one lina and Augusta offices, but tbe precise The city was taken, and in the power of the The Republic of the 14th inst..announe inferior to few menth&g th world has,pro

.1 which: made the fe, specifically, and good which that process or eventual annexa- amount of insurance has not yet been ascer Libertades.: The Governor, his officers ami tbe withdrawal tbe of Messrs. Bullitt Sar duced-as a fair, diqr fearless &
from the
which was not 1ba ny paper in Mis- tion will ever afford us. tained. Among the papers burnt in the of. treasury, were in their bands. Tbe General gent eitor cused. it is said concern., by ''personal This. magnanimous destined ep.hereafter; .,D

endorsed sissippi. by On the tile Vicksbun. i that charge which was fice of Mr. DcSAUssvac, were the Record bad sent a detachment to take the cars, and differences which exist between ourselves cus say, higher evening be does at present nDbr,

'.1 per states, that priorto yip; Whig? meeting, oi the pa. TIlE NEW SOUTHER PAPER. Book and papers belonging to the Sunday they took them. All was going on well for (the editors,) and members of tbe Cbior and t claim a coaijtaryjon of glory with the

- Mississippi Convention,! (( October of last Those Southern members of Congress School Union, which date back as far BIt them, but some of their men became intoxicated that are inconsistent with the leffels and Jacksoii .who have impr

year, Mr. Calhoun addreWd a letter to Col. who participated in tbe meeting at Washington 1818. lounged about in disorder, and soon which we stand towards." President Taylorand such an imperisbabfd&nity to ana
S C. S. Tapley, a proTnineftt:: Democrat, and a called to recommend the establishment the whe Drt, In retirinr.' lhf'pd.tnN M a free pwpe-T! m,H. ,
Several it discovered that
the
detected was alarm bad i
.' member of the Central mlt etlng held at Jackson i' persons carrying oft'goods preceded say, that their "confidence in President Tay [cheers!] the fnend. last May, in which W vised- of a Southern press at that city', have have been arrested and committed to the them, and troop were concentrating. lor is unimpaired"-that "in his personal integrity zealous, self sacrificag/riend of Martin Van

1. That Mississippi ,iing deeply interested i authorized the issue of an address, which Guard House. There seems to be no doubt This aroused the people against them, and -in his nationality, neutrality, and Bureuand Silas, Wrjjcci?PY .a sentiment
S should take lea4- I. has appeared, signed by A. P. of elevate 1 honor-we retain an nmliminislifd which I beg leaV* to repeat in*
the I : Butler, that the act was the doing 6Han incendiary, tbe General determine I to embark and landat confidence and had JI

I Southern 2. He States.suggested, a ,Convention of the South Carolina; Jackson Morton, of Florida; one or more. another place, where he knew the whole believe that this,sentiment we is not fully reason reciprocated t bearing"'Harmony, Conof&fJca I Compromise_..
'. b ||
3.That the action of tlji*; .:bctober Convention R.Toombs, of Georgia; and J. Thompson, of mass would rise up immediately upon his we chould never abandon the |position EVUTHO roa Trig d&otx, Norawo TOA
1 should be fol1owed1br action of the Mississippi. This address 'sets forth the MB. CABXLL WHIG CANDIDATE TOR REELECTION appearance, and he would have 5,000 men. which we surrender only from our deferenceto .. fcC< i

1 i.- State Legislature. | ; t: necessity of such a press, arising from the TO CONGRESS.-The Whigs ot He drew up his men to march down to the his feelings, and our unbounded respect .' Qeoan, -
(
and for his character Te
and Snnna' "
4. That he saw no hifptifrom the North fact that there has been for several Newnantville, in Alachua county, Fla., recently reverence 8nice. it Dre
years a boat when of eri to
a company 150 Lanc A. Hall take charge the : ater -
the crisis
that would
probably com in leu at the Era held a ,meeting, and other Alen' wi pf the CoenpLati.s ",
than twelve nontht. ;3;j paper Washington ( ) devoted to among well mounted and beautifully equipped, Mr. ), was formerly editor provi.ioD 'c onto .
:j. the peculiar doctrines of the things, passed the following resolution of tbe Nashville Banner. f U7' .
North, and that : .
"IL- 5. Upon certain: erenwj cession was the which had been sent from the country to sy __
only remedy. r It the political press of the Metropolis make "Resolved, That we consider the Hon. annihilate them heard t "And yet .w* cannobsonceiva in what .
: _. having that they Mr. '
Edward CLAT. The
C Cabell '
i the maintenance of political and eminently qualified to be correspondent of the possible manner we can1 wtter our
; At ''a' late anniv>rsa |oX Wesleyan the parties our Representative in the present .critical were drunk and lounging about under the Philadelphia Ledger, thus desrib the scene Our people'are ,divided-1* sentiment nto- t

t Methodist' Society of Ne:tr r: York an Indian principles paramount to preservation of crises in our affairs. Hit experience in'' leg shade, came dashing into town. They taw which ensued in the upon the conclusion the proper cnr to be Pop ed to our-. '
woman-was introduced the property and equality of the slave islation-the high esteem in which he Snate 1 1t
-- Chairman, .is not tbe foe until rounding a corner t they were ejves. such cir$jianstaaces.: .
() who did not, nowererj a. "iithe' her name. ; States. To protect this property, and maintain held by his fellow Representatives point him too near to halt; on they came-the General of.Mr. lte speech.in!uppr ceiveour only proper c4ie,,at the.C
'
,t She addressed the -inee'( the English this equality, the establishment of such out as the fit person to represent us in the of his Compromise : is to obtain all the favor&le alterations. potsible r;
- I language, stating thai the I and its next Congress. We therefore respectfully gave the order and his men opened ranks ,so "After' the termination, Dan'l Webster in the bills present!* and then.0 accept '
thy for the tlave. God !lt 'wrought in herIit.4. press, support by the Southern peo. solicit him to declare himself, (as early as that tbe Lanciers were ,received between rose to take him, by the 'did Ceo the cmpromis. Biers the dose may..be-, :

a change, u she nev+r ht iflP interest in the pie, is recommended. practicable) a candidate: for re-election." them-each man took aim, and at the first Cass, whose great hd1 love we obliged to Jo wo-*.-:

4 ., slave before. She truetebei' Lord would We'see that the Union newspaper denies This is a well. merited, tribute to Mr.CABiLL. fire forty"of those beautiful Landers bounced of country actually smoothed gnain" If the.Soutn swllft.or, ;b4x zhwould .

bow,!.b-is.ear ;eto.the n a lUitten! to their an imputation of the New York Heraldtbattheestablishment Representative in Congress has: deserved out of their saddles in, an instant and were on bis fa and made him look as sleek and be U
I. prayers for the poor _lav 4pbe would in. hearty boy of seventeen. Other Sena we are at the oJ tW'A'whoso
; '
; of this
is mercy
'/. troduce a""lterol,, thcr-1 ipti people.who press a disunion better .of his constituents than be bat, no more; at the second or third fire nearly tore the example of Webster and it is tooppreU: -us. \'\\ Me Compromisfknot
.'I.t would be amonft movement, 'although the former is evidently and we bone to see him returned with an increased all Cass till. .Ceb'tettiNrffl be }
soon tb1an& would cxr ; of them were killed. Other troops were the old Lion of the West was suirounded admitted
r : art herself in behalf if tbbjpor tlave. not'anxious'for the spccess of the enterprise.It majority.Sav. Repub. coming, so Gen._ Lopez'deJi,6erate1y.marched by an'anliou,crowd o'admirers.. wit apt' fcpnfaA* and the t: .

$ I ; A second Indian wmaioe name vas eays the paper will tend to denationalizethe ALABAMA CASTOR ou.-The Mobile JVt- down aboard with the Governor his To Judge from Mr. Clay's,' countenance, Utah and New'Mftieo,''will I U
officers '
r 4, not given, here came!'or44 and addressed buM '"Six barrels of himself wu never, with what a open ouettTosi.an4tb |,re. S" ,
Democratic the : castor oil from
party, ( ) by destroying says '"a- .w
and and left
the the treasury, to land again.. Passing he done bavi ;
meetingjn E.gIiatguage, which the ,plantation of Robert Dickens ba and when ,hc; expressed-: for ycsr 'smpe( l 1
;; she did not ) old party lines. It also says that some, of ,' Perry 'thlKwoundedand continued :Jibe Sorttbf
rv peak,, bwe3fiu fl ue iuly a* county,',were received on Tuesday, and dying Lanciersx: in conyiwo that the bill woaldad that the annoyaiperpetnal g .
her cotQpanion.. '. $be saB felt inipired the Members who recommended the cc. sold The n"wer'to'their 'earnest:cries for his countrywould. : distraction tl'z national. 'coee'iIs
at$2 per ,, b.r the Lord and wuthewd. of the poor tablishment. of the have already disclaimed : of : and the galleries : V *: Thsresaltcf wh1cv n1d' be the ad.U4.1 .. !
paper oil it superior to any brought to this market.E. men gave them drink from:their cahteens. ;.. wit Curu _,
z .
-. Utah d IfrWilmot
mission sico _
slave She felt =uct account oftbiljii.t' -- countenances ; .
__ tbe statements contained the ad.dreuwhjchu K. Carlisle bat already. tpld.thit her a 0 .aU '
season Wbile,onlyYtbort bg. wi '
: distance .
aftilo : onVthe ;
man .
at .
,
'I brave ,
causer/'Sh: : 'it -- .f ;
for Mr Dickens barrels of _ _ n .
some fifty castoroiLatpricessngingfrocn hop. ;
l ; : t.
published.in a
.. cua:& 4 the. :thougrbi not be'hap.sbe .' manner:to the lead sung out two fathoms :..wben'tbreai St JrCu.>Uj :
create the -! S2 to (250 per IncoOit lately J a j iuryuian, on the'oalS be: "_' ,
'
belief it
; that when '
- hereinconverted frs'Ianii first they approved ,
.hl "t
a wat {rat six feet and the.steamer
t py :' ; gallon, .The complete success o( Mr.Dick: ,grounded. l ing administered. addressing the clerk tajd i 'j, Greanfie44 (M *aocrat -
slavery. main here.felnded .- in fact t bad it." We have Te' aJ.
they never seen in this hew branch .ofi The "
ent industry .will ,:\T. .cdmpeUed'to!! throw ,ow .lime "Speak up; I cannot bearwbat"yoi11a1. wing nots'aIiwazn;
-a m'houfl.bisbut '
She should
her mind was like full.to ,Ujfr:;She: > by, ; i ad' bi.address, 'and 'while we;we many probably induce others embark. in) it." and ammunition to tighten her,and.when" she Judged: "Stop, are Ioa'de:Jurori 'Y.unttothepretidingj i a4g jW1- WBrt, Jcountyrecently ., -

-1 ing! that she 'would die T i In:WaB, cause. of I&Y-the reasons in)which.. shouldcommend, 'the paper Her Majesty, the Queen of England, bat floated they hadbut, thirty rbundt apieceleft of better one leave>r.M'".Ti lld wl.n"fo; :' : to tha.IIonscoyt:' h'Mi I 1 > ".w' .

- 4 slave, and boped the JJbn ; ld convert all to tbe rapport of Southern men, we detect .again been safely delivered of aPrince..- ;: then, and on that account, the men'. refused that both sidts. The ,r ryonajuG.-1. .

-1 ""..'..".. .;. present ;in favor of IfceiJ I I'91t'C }"ith. sta... nothing to which any serious exception The event occurred: on the $rst of May.; to land again, but,insisted; 'on, returning. bon. mot* q&t.aou.A s deaq* ....). tft|fi : f. .. ;.:.', '

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It,issitt lar that the jrethem press I :HeQVBBV- -.-.KcIHTOStl. ",:.;:.? :'.'.- : J V ''"* : ,. ._. ., '. \ r

haS paid their tiiVotes tb tb f memory of 4 0T 'i _. _,47TORNZYA7tLAW. :'_' ; : JUadlsbn. ':Femafej P : 1:

Ilr. c..n.ou. Evabotkand. free- 1p" ,I Wru.attend the Circuit Courts ia the Eastern --- MADISON _COURT IlOUk ;FRlD.4. "
I Circuit the United States District Court at St. -
; TARr -
.
Mil stand with over tfefe memory' of ; orra W
respect UABTSO3T., A. JI.
C'1P.tL
Augustine 1Ui':Supreme Court Tallahassee _
statwWittier himself 'j ;, at ; "_ 'I 1 ,
this-'eminent and prosecute Claims for citizens In any part of ,FuIl s L'iSTITCTlOY.tMuar..UItt

kaa written a poem to b meartry: wherein : I Florida agln.ttbe Government ai Washington, Hunc,assisted by)Ire.,Varrsosi, : -
flead-QunrieThElorida
to earnestness. his ability UK} his moral ; Militia.TALLUUSSCC : either.before Congress at the Departments._ opened for the reeepttoB ef ;!1M SMM f :11
l ay 20X*, 1850., Monday in January last. :'-.IfS -
jarity: are weighed apnBtihis| ] opposi. : aa election of Major General 0>ADDICTS JdcktomnZt. Eat- florid-. From a kaowtedzv of Mr. sn|*t. HsrtMrfs':
4NDFORI'Ht; .
tioo to' universal ema eipjon. From WHEREAS Diridoa Thrid&Militia, was May 2,1350 tfXeeksuOcsa CURE OF \ soperior qualileaUoa*. as wli>*4esi thesac**

the New York Tribune, sithtttatchly aboli4ioB held oa the 8rat Monday of April vlt* and it ap I -C ssotA. ample aad satisfactory tcstimosiiaiiKisMir Jbrawr .
.
extract the fcUiwing: pearing by a full canvass of the ReUnu aade to Uyea e.It, success the Trustees of this miary smkrae* 110
paper we _
susA .
Arts
.0. 4gg11u 1. the
the Executive Office that BENJAMIN HOP bOil fl. opportunity ef reennraemaiejf f U tM soaatd..
Una cm tAt death of Han. J.\;. Calkoun.Calhon KINS duly elected Major General of laid 2d .Ju.-uIfl CONZVNp'1. eratfcm ef parents and guardian*?wbj) stay t* >. ,

II -e man wtoee f&slts were few. Division Florida Militia: D. APPLETON: 'CO. NEW-YORK shuns giving their 4aaghUraer: *a tkor .
. gone Abes be it that fan' kmaten. That the above ,I/ r eurh and refined edneatioo. I U J C
senxtetislTe I e.
nobler treads not .
A HATE IN corcsx or rcaucaTiov(, ; This Institution is '
named Beitf amm Hopkins ,Jrw located In tft* Mssrelato'vlcinity .
hereby
bl true, proclaimed .
bis..views of rrgvtintens Lcttari14j
To Heaven's greet aim majnifWa&Uy false ; duly elected Major General of 2nd Diruioa Florida Jm Ports Price Twenty-Five Cents t -- UI : 'hy ', ,...*1i; oftb. village Madison toe e! HoeMoae .
Wits rtfaifft win.that BOM ooGJX Del or break Militia and when coou&uiooed will be obeyed \4% 'D'.r.;, Q of the most delightful and "al Clia\: he .
Akiagjy vietimto profoasjd aUkfke! and rapeeted aoeordingly.I A Dictionary Southern country, having a por OatSB tt high. -
moral
J- and intellectual culture eq'ial' ia the
,
THOMAS any
advancing tide BROWN OF MACHINES MECHANICS,ENGINE United &. a. aCo a Ulwark'ralast the ; Governor and .4
Camnander-in-cfuef.: fa this
AND ENGINEERING Institution whole *m& ef
WORK I tastrve
Eat the .CO:4 war, ; t
Of human ess, riaJ
piot i the
lie By GoTetDor-Atte I 'r.dsveryeeft tion win be tLoroagh; aad,the&pf**in net he
Start aa It sank;that brow's nuj pride I... A. THOMPSON Designed for Practical Working Men and permitted to
r pass over any stodyj wii"ioet aa inti- 4
Long And be wailed his regretful Adjutant and Inspector General. those intended for the Engineer has b.s used, ssd .att.y ca tee own mate aeqnaiataue* with it. Tail w l be especi-
=fld4fZO May 21 b4-3. fIIIIllfIIIIIIFwbkh it. seperior eMeacy baa ally the ease with the t
J& aba.
sUtafn.&
Tul dignity and ing Profession. fortun, victia -. herdftayy dissas.. Th. en111111Nh1111111 jest Mathematics,, in the diIeIrnbnaeb.s.(

}! CIRCUIT COURT: EDITED MY OLIVER BYBJTE jIIIIllhII/II'1'! / tracted sinews, and boars half carious, has with been swoUea flaatis con which pupils will be thoroughlyrfr&Ied.! and re t

THI Co, "ojnse-PuW ic j nfimraf.- SOUTHERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA Formerly Professor of Mathennttn CoHege of 11IIlIlff1-IIii, sad-and ais vigor.attendants-The scrofulous has patient, covered with alters restored,hxithsoiM ta to aeafta himself illation.quired to give. the reasons_ for sash I \ep.In every. ;t

In referring to Mr. FocitsVjUte! speech To MAT Civil Engineers London. Author" and Inventor I. aopslessry for been made whole. Hundreds of persons,who ssd groaned Tie clauses (a .Maste,1'ntrhr Ps&tfag* ,Wax
:Tux 1850.-J. Chancery. of the "Calmtnt of Form, ". .1 years under cutaneous and glandular Work t
in support of Mr. CuTs Comprom l ,sad sauy other disorders chronic rheumatism, ,and Embroidery,will be {uxfcr the tame-'
N"urtd Improved Syttrm of Logo.ritftnu complaints
of the Nancy Vaoderipe, ) and springing frau a dcraageiaest of Ute secretive diate care 0'Mrs Haruon; &Del titntion _f
the -
circulation erfsae
the Washington rorrep04eflt "Tht Element E. : ,nave
ise. va S BILL rot,Dzvoaca '/ ll beea raised as it were from the rack of disease,sad ,N*rtb or Seeth, where
Charleston Courier zysHepoke with John W. Vanderipe ) cLid by Coors," etc., etf. with reftnrated constitutions, gladly testify to Us effcsey of tats inestimable now, taught more thoroughly or .iE' are_ .

the utmost confidence also;.In ttt fact that A nd .ow at till uujr enme the Complainant .- I nrepantna Tae tssttmoay ef thins who haw been cured by its use. with their The strictest attention will be

the Southern peop'.e.: and the people of M saissippi by her Solicitor.Utuiaa u Hart, q. rHIS WORK is of large 8vj I;., contain ;: ef rssMsaess the most, has been pabhshed from time to time; aad were It desirable, a eaaw and general deportment of -thet this. nearly tro rmijusa PAOBS, upwards I overwhelming testimony could be white,at the Mime time every thiig ef
partica.arly. would ;fyj'jprt add move fo. aa urdor or publication herei u- brought forward,proving most eoecmsiveiy a sects riao -
: >t'irr h." JBCrwTK's. and six THJCSASDweoMjiTj. :: its faMstinabte value. The afflicted influence will be as carefully
sad avetye&
Aud those
it okowa the of Wko
living to the have
: He just received *tumciM>a oiu t msdteiae sot nMd tab
measure of comprom e. jlW It will present working-drawings ,are invited to make a trial of TLs scholastic
its and oft.
; by affidavit that rinses
Ue Aid ix-iendaat J"e Je oat vitbe appropriate to UieruMiT the year mon4ia.j iave>
beneats
strong afcurances oHMiS I i At a -tate of r load*,Lid wittiiu the U. states; and deJl r.lltio.u of the'most important machines I I which it alone eon bestow. two sessions of five months eactf. !Jo first.see
meeting. held in Jefl ron cool ', in that ft it Ordtitd, That the aij cauae be heard at ia the halted states. Lidepeadsat of the re- sion commenced on January -h

State, the people' expressed *tplnK feeling' the next term of thu \oart.and salts of Amaacai i.Jgul1, it will contain com, CANCEROUS ULCER CURED, Of SEVEN,YEAlU* STANDING. and l*end in .
it Oru't.ed That theiadDefiada plete practical treatises oa Mechanics,Machinery I L! This core was effected July IS44 there The second to thfllee01ld1g' Monday
iiftnti.tr have
of the ; beta
r
of the in jfcivor aad no of
favor
in compromise; i t apes and acuwer Mud bill ou or bei'ure toe ngine-work, and dngtaeenug ; with all that is I : ker baWl sbU sostuues rood 111I1.111I.If symptoms a retsra, in July and end ia .

admission of Caworna: vtith jf-er present fiisi A/juday in orember next aud in debulc tuetalia more thai one thousand dollars' worthof ; I ;; }!. _r.*,/. ,!. J5ft. December. Pupils can enter atj as* tiMr aa4
boundaries; and, in favor of lUc.jrjn.ou of the ihe.tut'tireS the said iiill may bo taken agaiui. : folio volumes magazine, and other books. ''r : foUowmx facts S&nl-GntJemn-1 ia reference consider it but aa act of justice to you to state the will only be charged until the engctftilte Cmra.Pupi -' 4
The great objet of thU publication is, to plaee stinate to the great bensat ute received in the cure of ob derive advantage
chief measures in one till. \\ him p:t> coafeiw: PriitHed, That this Ord r be I HIlrlF j i Cavcxteas CLCKS on my breast. aa grea howefMvby'eattjr*
ia ia state of flotIlla before practical men and students such an amount : I was attended eighteen months in.atth.brginningothesemn.j! jt
pubLu-hed the
have. eome -
"How the Southern Senatorewho uewiipaper by a regular sad skilful
tot fUI1"m"h, pzeudiig of theoretic a id seienti! knowledge, in a eon- I I I t advice and counsel of one of our most able and physician.a5isted by tie iour-s pursuing the \ B4riewni receive
lor one rra.x n and another, ej.{droned Mime \ujed farm, as shall enable them to work to the r least benefit whatever all Use various metaods of eiperieaced surgeons WitboUt the diplotnss or certificates ofgiadti.a. r1
JOS. B. treating
will ulu/ut vote \\tare LANCASTER and to avoid those mistakes I for ire tt'IIIeU in socesssioa breast cancer were reported to;
hostility to the bill "iC advaatage, ray was burned with caustic
three
Circuit : sat for nx times a-dsy. coring Or STUD f. I
Judge court oathera Circuit of Fla. n was
daily
which otherwise commit. The syrmred with a weak sortition of .
they might II : nitric sad and
to see, when we clime!'lp practicalame tntersal ulcer Ute cant, or l
yet A true copy: amount of useful information thus brought together I probed the was so large that it held over sa ounce of the solution. The ductor The courw of study is"' S
nicer and
tdartentJI. But it 5 Ir now Uwlught herethziaftrr WJTXE, J Al racewell Clerk of our said u almost beyond precedent ia each works. iI : to the longs,sad if I did examined ant nt the bone and said the disease was advancing rapidly Tie Studitt of the Juvenile: a.

obuiBingMich agriiqakeiiis a.. a Court Key West JJf.y 21st, A. D. 1;. Indeed there is hardly aay subject within it. .1 would be fataL I was adnsed to speedy have the relief breast by medicine laid or an operation the result ?pellii! >g, Reading, Writing, 1- .
!majority of the Senate will for.be sake of J. Al. BaACEWCLL, C. M. C. C. range which is not treated with such clearness I ::11 but aadmv no relief(rca.what had beea done,and fee1iDIlwu open and rapidly the bones examined; metie. .

harmony agree to, nearly all tjit- Southern M..f 30, 1330. 4m and precision, that even a man of the most ordinary I alnost Seeing despaired of recovery and considered my cat nearly hopeless.geUwj worse. Firtt G&ttt-Reading, Spelgraphy. -. H
capacity m&uot fail understanding it,and : vanons tesamnnials and certificates of cure by the of ,Grammar,
use SASM StssirBiiia Writing, i ibtcotul sod
*-
,
will for and the itspaneaae. ia
Senators it secure t eases
j similar
go Goods at Reduced Prices thus learnijg from it much which it is important II 1111111 I.ttl :: were used but,from UM to long ny own, I concluded to try a few bottles several of which I C'tan.-ArithmetM con4cfr E1aaa-
,' know. deepested character of my disease produced no J/.dera
for him to :j' decided Chang CoasidenogUiisM the rery tary Botany, Geography with the ase ef
4
If what we hear from the Saptlt' is true, "JACKSONVILLE AT THE From the annexed list of the principal authors I uabl UM disease wu entirely cured. It U only BOW probable over eleven cur for months my ease.since I persevered UM the Globe, Parsing Exercises ;illusory the

Virginia i is unquestionably in, ;for; of the CHEAP STORE. and subjects comprised in this work it is sel -evi- :::. was completed; there n not UM shtbtMt appearance of a return. Itkmftrttnmiumn cur--t United states Watts on the ifindfRkstorIcsl
Compromise whence. The pfts of both deut that all ciiueus engaged in the practical and I .tUr mgt MtActM f WILL and the cure wntvtlf tfttttf tf Si.>.' SASSAPASIIX.ma I..J. ttA R eading, Spelling, and ': -
Sn'Swrfbrr has reeeired ia .kind 4tn*(the taw /mt *. Junior &z!o'in-> Jeigby
I The Jut store useful arts, et: derive essential advantagesfrom Please wuv* *" 't ttn mtf:, I Algebra ef the
may :: excuse this
tJtb-Caro-
Parties at the Sooth except in : following articles which he .3er.at the and study of this publication tHDIJ'' 's: make. Tout valuable kmf-deferred aekROwledcment which 1 think it my duty to Heavens, \"olTeSter'.history. Anafj tieal Botany -
pouessoa
inz, so was we hare heard i iJ jih favor of priees that eanaot fail to suit porebasers: the following may be especially designated: :! when mtaing else could&arsapanlla; and I feel cured myself me under.wuh the blessing oofizaaoas of Divine Proridenee. ,Parsing in the Poet.Keadn g.Es.b Writing..
it. Printed Moilins from l fi ;: say mat,things I cannot write lastinf to you. I eta (daily) Composition Writing. ii1'
K 13 3to 43 3-4 Millwrights moulders and boiler makers artificers and I do moet respectfully Invite ladies afflicted as I ;
MAD and of Polka Do., at 433-4 ; I 'I have been,to call upon me, Dd I WiU satisfy them fully ttM truth &iSiAmi.ttentjGieometry,A1brcQn ed
infloentiaj'inefnber! as stated
intelligent in brass, copper and tin; cutlers and work- fp. sad other above
many m
thugs roureac to the Trigonometry. Chemistry Locfc J "
White,Plata and Fie'd d.., fat 15 to 50 Li" eue.lUNCI' flute
the returned Alabama. of in brickmakers I
House steel
just froift ers general; carpenters; ; J. PhUosoj hyr Moral Phflosophy Phiioso' 4
Gin hams, tram 18 3-4 to 37 J.2 I,,, MILLER SIS lillivaa-stre. Natafal .
says that iuac-leaths of the' people of that Calicos,.c the latest style,from 10 to 20 workers ia ivory, bone and and contractors horn civil engineers-for Earthwork (fII LIVER phy,and Latin (optional,) Lkflv EssiIrWnUag., 5-, 1
Stale are for Cumpromise.'e <1\, Linen Chamberays from 29 to 25 railway contractors : The COMPLAINT. Compo General Review ca41J.m.
:
of architectsand t fbUowiag is
sad description sa
masonry every ; t extract from a letter received from Hsv.William 4.-
I learn to-day that them at*, signs of&ft Figured Laces, from 13 3-4 to 75 bridge builders; builders master masons and r : ;: Cahuba raicca or irmox.iuTenflotepartm.ntpersi3.of5ao. L:,
feeling on the subject among L.C. Handkerchiefs,from 12 1.2 to 100 bricklayers ship builders masters of vessels ship : f Messrs. SAVM:-I have beea afflicted B.rishireTg.ocs.niscs. (
improved Linen Drills from ; !lt with a severe pain ia my aide, occasioned ,'10 09
by
3114t.lou
a
diaeue4l1nr
Northern Whig members fad $ rticularly carpenters and others connected with building $ :: ,foe the last twenty years t suffering at times what language eatot First Claw, .4 'I. ? 1200
Vertinjs from but
lit 200 convey
to wnd docking ships block and makers; hemp I : nce takneg your 8a I b.bees greatly Second Class, "t *fi
; pump rebeNd 10 muck 1509
.
'1io1e the that
those of New York. On: tiur Silk&ndLWethzes4Glovesfm w> i Bare beea aWe to'a'tteod
12 1-2
62 J-2 to
to business i4,
,
i dressers and rope makers; manufacturers of linen I Htl; : last EAses moaths. I say .and preach occasionally for the Junior Studies 4. *t 2000
prospect is morecheeriog ktpras: when A fine assortment of Insertions of wholly discarded all other Mednae and thoroughly tried the .
Edgingi and and cotton fabrics manufacturers spinning :: San which I can recommend ia Senior Studies, .e l % 2509 '
the Southern disaffection to the Compromise very price with many other articles ia the Dry machines, roving machines card breakers and I P I' any way afflicted with any species of scrofulous truth uc1lU1ftdl7 emuptamta.to There all tbote who are ia Musicim Piano .: *?i 2500

first impaired confidence in i ii scca&"I Goods line lately received- call solioited-. finishers drawing frames, willows and pickers t : remarkable cures effected bJ*tm use iOWTKB this YicWty. Xn.L ShaW' by have 1M beea De GlItZ some Use of Instrument 4 .1 5011 1'-
p, May 23.--.if WM. P. DEWEES. etc.,connected with cotton, flax, and wool machinery U I bottles Kn.W..ru10red to bettor health.sbe sail t'sfbre njo're4 lOr'. tea years; and Drawing and Painting, 4 H; 'I 1009" .
The North and So1lt1i'are filled ; caleaderers bleachers and calico printers l ; by the use of a few*.who botUcs.ball I been..erely dictacI with Erysipsias, was entirety cured Wax Work> and Embroidery, eacti ; 10 09
papers RITIN&-Ma. B.RNARDteDdenl&iaeomplimel1ts ; cloth folders and measurers, and persons in- ::1: Yours truly, W.1L (s1LUuRA. French, Spaoiih and Italian each* i iIt 10 09

with rumors of the moremiot .aad' designs W to the people of Jacksonville terested in sewing machinery; anchor and chain t i, CURE OF A SCROFULOUS- will be perceived that $$ 00 pel !'rta is the
AFFECTION
of the Cuban invaders- and vicinity and ben to ann nee that he has cable manufacturers; catting and turning toolmakers 1 :; OF THE EYES.s.1 highest price that can be charged'ior: a jm'
correspon4diit of the WRITING pin and needle makers; sail and rivet I : Xtnfttfn, X 1.Octattr II,1M7.
The Washington opened SCHOOL at Mrs. MAT- ; ; Messrs.Sams t GenUeineti My little daughter,when the Literary and Scientific BranebeaIac1adIng'
KT'S, where Ladies and Gentlemea makers bolt and acrewmaken; nail cutters, r ::11 with a scrofulous one year eld,was attacked the l
New York Express caya the Sparpsh Minister who would ; humor her face,which soon after extended tine her Ancient wgaagu.The \ ;5
iaprove their penmanship; can do coiners; leather dressers and carriers; manufacturers almost total blindness ia one of them and eyes.causua
so.
has the subject thi invasion disfiguring her whole face. I employed Inatitotiou win be supplied wide Chemkal 4
presented l two
Parents of aad small candle makers phrnctaBs attend her, who
having nn&H scholars 9 great guns anus ; exhausted their
1? utmost skill
to her
or relief;but
of Cuba to President Taylor wl that cannot write, win find U advantageous biscuit and cracker makers; makers : remarked to me that he bad known of Classical Historical ;
issued orders to the Gulf S ivadron to to send tiem. weavers stone cutters and marble masons;dyers, I :i some tamed ctrikiBC one bottle cure, effected by SAVM' SarsaparUla,sad advised me to try it. I oo- and Miaecllaneo** '.

prevc nt it if possible. The write it (Js: Ladies meet at 3 1-2 o'clock P. M.; Gentlemen cloth washers and scourers; coopers; cider and I* i :: enected aa estire cure.which It she is aow commenced over four using,and mace before she it was all used up tt had N. B. Vocal Music taught ta' atfjthe pvpfls ftli
yean was cured and there has without
at early eandie light. Private .. given ihaeae manufacturers; crown crystal and plate beea BO reappearance of the disease, and charge. !fi
"I bare seen a letter to-day fr< Bridgeport we are satisfied that tt is a perfect cure.
if desired. Tunis moderate. glan makers; sugar boilers and refiners with"pro.prieton :.t It gives PM great pleasure M add that I can recommend A to sufferer from One-baifteroisof tuition are eotuUAred dne ia
(Barbadoes,) from an of cjial. source, May K. 1850. tf of sugar plantations manufacturers o similar complaint. KespectfuUy years, CSOEC erery Q3UO soy(. advance,or the whole at the mid lla of 4>e Unn.
which throws a flood of liptUjflpon i the laUway bar, round ribbon and rod iron; wheel Scholars from abroad can obtain bard either

mao&arres of the so-called Cuba* Expedition. JACKSONVILLE axle and spring makers; engine drivers and pee- nzraaso AH SOLO WBOUSALK AJTO arran,IT in the family of the Principal or ia ptfrate famkCee .
sons connected with the locomotive generally; I 1 i A. B. & D.
Stale SANDS DBCOOISTS ia the town. IK.
{it{: and Female School. AKD ,
of steam vessels
engineers and captains managersf t II
W. P PARRAMORE P&sideni.
If the statements in this: lettrt be true stationary engines; lumber dealers and owners 100 FVITOV-ST.coins 0 r WIIXUK New Tosx.

this air i. far more extensive {and comprehensive fTTh Subscriber informs the eitisens of JackJL of saw mills; veneer cotters;owners planing machinery I I 5.14 also by Druggists generally throughout the Carted States aid Csasdas W.A.BRLN.

than yon are aware or,t and so I sonviHe and surrounding country that he has ; corn millers, and persons connected with I Price 91 per Bottle; six Boole for**. I.S.BUSTD B. THOMJU5, -
opened hi* SCHOOL in the Cocar Roox, (second bolting aDd bran-separating machinery; farmers : ,
think will be readytoacknasdge ere IX H. '
you story of the Court-Howe.) He returns his and persons using grain-shelling and threshing MAYfjF : ;
soor. 1.4 i thanks for the liberal patronage leaded to bin machinery; buhl workers, carvers engravers and .:IIrlllrIlltJ"I'I'P" February 14, 1SSOL T atsea. ofI :_:'

The writer; says: "Cnhk, B rhadoeis and hopes,by hu exertions and perseverance to ornament makers in general persons employed ia .

Jamaica and Hayti are beyond aS' manner merit a continuance of the same. His terms the taanufacturing gas Bakers of copper and For Sale in Jacksonville by J. FORMAN. I
destined to heir and are- lead tubing; linen and straw paper makers; ship Madison Male Acadejiiy.
doubt change rulers
f For Reading Writing and Arithmetic, .owners harbor masters sad others interested in 1
ere another letter from me may rfeach you. per quarter S4 00 dredging machinery: well sinkers; astronomers Mutual Life Insurance. In the Circuit Court: Exercises or ttUs XRUtn4P.W.IFI$

the terrible work (for terrible it. wlij be) will The above, with Grammar Geography,or philosophers,and others using philosophical apa- EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. THE on the Second Monday ef.Jantnary I

bYe cinimentjcA ft it: History, per quarter 6 00 ratus and instnuaeats miners engineers and AGENCY OF THE last, under superintendence and ejection of
I ; Or with two of the latter branches, per others interested in pumping engines persons interested Mr. B. Z.GAULUEN, late graduate f Columbia
IX CHAHCEHT.
Dinah old died: i its (!Norfolk a quarter 5 60 ia canals and aqueducts warehousemen, New York XJfa Insnranee Company, College. From a knowledge of Mr.K, lauldea's
an negress, and He win teach the higher branches of Mathematics and others using hydraulic presses dyaanometrie Nc.'69 Wall Street New York. MAZY ROLLUS,by her cext friend capacity as a Teacher derived frozt. ;. psrianc*
few days ago, at the age of ON* kuAdred : abo, Latin and Greek,if cranes, jack screws, common and feed cranes; vs.Btistiie I and trial during the quarter of the last, rear just
twenty yean. She was a servant fa a family Hours of Tuition-From 9 to necessary.12, and from workers ia tietols sad alleys; tin plate workers; MOKXIS Fajursxct, Prendent.Srxscxa .LI i closed as well as from the most ample j ad satis
residing at the Great Bridge, ben the 2 1-2 to 5 o'clock. spring Taanufiactaren; wheelwrights, clock makers : 8. BISZDICT, Via Preudent. TTPON reading and filing UK Bill Complaint I factory testimonials of former success ,BM Trustees

memorable battle wu fought thenq ia 1775, WILLIAM T. PERPALL. and horologisU,etc., etc.,ese Pun &, Actuary. J filed in this cause, and proof of the residenee of this Academy unhesitatingly r* onuaeadit
between CoL Woodwaid's Virginia JatJaonvUle, May 9 1850. tf The publishers have expended a large Bam p Amount of Funds liable for losses $ l5t9 Jl of the said Defendant beyond this Circuit to the consiJeration of parents and g cIiaU
troops money to get original drawings of machinery in; BaL Premiums above investments 165,937 It it Ordertd That a hearing take pine on the who may be desirous of placing thou under their
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and the British grenadiers ttnde|; Captain practical ue in this country and have procured facts and allegations set forth in said Bill on the charge in a situation oSerins; icdoeej Mats ef
P.tktws at that time andmoth- Business Copartnership.DRY almost work the whether Uth March and that of healthfullness of location and high moraf and intellectual *
Fordyce a g every on subject, published From the MobSf Daily Ad erftsw, March 17,'47. day of next; a copy
Cr, a fact which attests her age. i ghe wa< in England France or Germany the most this Order be published for the space of three culture inferior to no O Abatfe. itq
GOODS CLOTHING essential of which being comprised ia this LIrE IvsrrsutCE. practical fllustration of months previous thereto. era country. Students may be at this
parts
blind for number of bat GROCERIES
a years, Recovered Dictionary, render it as perfect and comprehensive the benefits of Life lasurai ice has recently been THO. DOUGLAS, Judge&c. Academy to enter any ieJ3iA United
her sight when past.her hundredth;year so &*-, A*. as possible. The publishers have endeavored furnished in this city in tn> case of our lamented A true copy: States. i\\\\

that she could see to thread acamb&c' needle THE UNDERSIGNED have this .opened to use great economy ta type, so that each page fellow-citizen the late Edward F. Test. Whilein S. W. BAXxrr. Clerk, and the Seal of said The strictest attention will be moral
and having lest all her teeth be 4st an entire Store on the North East corner ot BAT of the work eon tains at least four times the number good health some time last year, he effected Court. deportment of the students both by UM{Trustees )
new set about the same time. | She wasremarkably and OCEAI Streets, and will conduct business of words found in ordinary pages of the game sixfr. an insurance on his life ef ., in the New- February 1850 3m and the Teacher. The Academy is IOCt3WitbIn
thereto coder the name and style of This has also secured to each plate working- York Life Insurance Company, (formerly the the immediate vicinity of the village f9Iadlsom
sprightly and industries to the Nautilus) tof which Mr. James M. Mundoji is ,
KIEL & STEPHENS.They drawings of ample site and clearness so that a SBO- Court-Honse in or near which goodifeoardias; ;
last. in this Mr. Test died suddenly. In the Circuit Court :
agent city. very reasonable terite. The
r- chanie may construct accurately any machine described. may be obtained on most .
________ have opened already handsome assortment and the other day the amount for which his life EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.. scholastic year win be divided into tweeloasfive ef
The quantity of medicine that arne people of DRY GOOns AN!> CLOTHING The publishers are, in short determined regardless was insured firs thousand dollars was promptly months each. The first session J *

use w enough to kill th jD. |There ii" to which will be nhortiy added large and weD se of cost, to make the work as complete aspossible paid over,to his family by Mr. Mundon. IV CHAHCERT. on the second Monday in Jena it dWifl
Da Boi for instance abe w11 'dine onBrondreth's tented stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE ; and it is hoped every ono desirous to This eircumstanc*requires no comment from ns end before the second Monday in Juae t t 'be' J '
; ws'-v' tft- and all articles i, general demand. obtain the work will procure it as wiled in numbers to give it due force.-,It speaks to every head of* MAZY ROIJUXS by her next friend, oDd to commence on the second MJuid *fiB Jurr oq1 ,
plUs as if tbry p4as. while They intend to sell .:1 reasonable terms for lAd thus the enterprise.The family in1 a voice that cannot be. misunderstood vs.I3w.sts and end 011 Friday before the second lfiSf>day as-
all that he pretends to take tot iiljiper is CASH or cnrmr rvnornt, and respectfully solicit work will encourage be issued in semi-monthly numbers and should not be disobeyed The advantsges of Enr--res. December,thus allowing a short vecaiina at the _

a bowl of mint sweetened with!! 'jw ar oft a share of the pablo patronage. ( J
I :o will be manufactured to o-der w '. with great regularity.The suggest themselves to the mind of every reader.i \J of Peter Sparkman which accompanies the pay half the tuition for a season in adrtwe, aa4
u i KIEL & STEPHENS. whole wok will be published ia 49 numbers and ws trust induce hint to "go and do likewise. same, on motion James A. Peden,&''q., the balance at the end of the session.' I *.
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Certain It is, that no prudent man, who has a It Ordered That the time for hearing the I
l is
29th : with
? April 1850. tf at Zi cents number,and competed
SHIP NE\VS.\\ per him for will sUTXS or '. 1 ; .
family t
dependent the
.I-.IPOar in the eG1'I'eut.fou,I. A liberal discount will upon support, neg above cause be enlarged as moved' and
i lect for a day the insurance his life. same be set down for hearing at the next Term of '
OF$ tender ray thanks ta tH. ..18'.- be made to agents Orthography Reading, and PenisIL4&* .
ACfSONVJLLE. 4j4Y trXTEJlED. I for the 810 ia ad. the Circuit Court to be bolden for the Counties of eJ
the liberal Any oje remitting publishers session, \ 931Anthmetij It .
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very patronage heretorore bestowed Hundred Alaehna and Levy, instead of the 24th day of per -j j
Annual Rates Insurance One '
: ) ojMtt me. and re-peetfally solicit its continuance vance, sJall re.ive' the woik through the post of of March before ordered. ,Geography, English Gn.I nBd. .
|'I\ TboM who are iad.-bted to me win please call office tree of exe.ee.March11. Dollars ma CI Single Life. nut as THO. DOUGCAS Judge &eAt History, Composition,and Elocution UN
May 23.-Sch. Henry. Hawfe yi'N. Y. promptly and settle. MORRIS KIEL. Sty Chambers January 9th, fcSO. Algebra Geometry, Plain and Sjba4aTrguometry,1Ien3uratiOft I

24.M M. ENorfolk. Ch."uJ nt: Hand. 1012 L U50. If 4 4, : ..pi of 5urfa A true copy tS. Do. of Solids ,
: g. gi io gg Surveying
In Circuit Court, Up' a ;. S a.'.' e 4I s. W. RMETT, Clerk and the Aal of said i I. CoD Sections Differential NariPtS.

May 27.-Crinaw. Harkell, N-=,V'. Jacksonville Cheap Store. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.CousTTor .. e. oe M. ." e- ooM = [ 01lr1. .. Calculus, Natural and Moral _

CLZrnD. o 0 -0 _- 0 0 -0 -- Feb. 23,1850. SaAdministrator' Astronomy Chemistry, .

May 25.-Brig: Leonora Eiutajin, East LEDWITH'S, BRICK BUILDING DUTIL: InCHiKcxar.Elisabeth < s < .s s 7 aTogy, Geology, Rhetoric, Loi6Y .i}. -
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monte of Criticism, Natural Theotot _
Bay Street. Callahan 1vs.
=3 g3 a g3 5II = Notice. Evidences of and Pot4fi
? Bill for Divorce. Christianity t4
May 2S.-Sch. Sctota McFarlji-W* N. Y. mIlE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in- Alexander Callahan. )> < < < _< MONTHS after date, we shall present our Economy, to, ;-"
** ** 0. t Fish &b."Z'.VA.C JL form the citizens of Jacksonville and surrounding SIX and vouchers to the Honorable the The Ancient Languages e I m I. i
.51'in, that be to the satisfaction of the Court, 72 h6 13 41 iTS 1S3I
country opened the above es appearing Judge of Probate for Dun County for a final
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in the IS 17 as 1M 421 85 U9 S 40IS R. W. PARRAMORE 1lihsat. .
tablishment with a view to sell roods A&I'MrMI4lI by affidavit filed that the Defendant settlement and discharge from the Administration .
rata, believing that a "nimbi penny is better above entitled cause resides out of the State of sa 80163 431192351 of the Estate of James D. Petote deceased late W. A. 'BRrn ;
than a slow shilling. He has received and is Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court 17 8S 91 165 44 1) J 9$3tIs of said County. OU- ALL'm.ll} J "
Sea hand Boiler Cotton Gin*. constantly receiving, the MOST FASHIOXASLX and therefore on motion of said Complainant by 921 191196 173 JOHN C. PELOTE, S. B. THOMAS !
i LATXST STTLK of Ifettey and Staple l>rjr James W. Bryant Esq. her Solicitor 19 90 ttl73 48192198181 CHARLES H. PELOTE n.B.UATIt'ismtjr :

rJ1IY .'. erlWr W bar to Worm the uowds, to wit- It it Ordered, That said Defendant appear and 20 91 96177 471w J 99401' Administrators. February 14, ISSO. T r .
{ the riill of of said Complainantwithin 21 9:1 g 1 824S I 94202417 ,
p1aae answer Complaint 6m.
1350.
of ie& January,
: IdMi COUOO& Lbe pub English and American Print ,
: Gingham
2Z 4919520.1449
lie,1kM 1Ie ; ; three months or the same win be takeS as 94 58188 "
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. sagi. ,aapplJ them Wits J '.4hbL sad Chambray; White and Colored Muslias; oonfessrd against hiss. 23 97103 I 93 61 .9620946t'' 1 Tax Collector's Sale. Alaskan Tax CeU" 1r.;: .

8u I5Ls.4q RotLta Embroidered Muslins; L-aen Lawn*; It it fartntr Ordered. That a copy of this Order 2-1 99107199 61 S72l473 Colombia County,
COTTON jllijis.rUiiwd certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published 2$100112204 632022374 VIRTUE or IAthoritJ III .111 '111. .; ':
Silk
N. 4.ibl Tisrae and Bareze L.C. duly of in ,
ia.J.ocer ; HazukerchieLS Y VIRTUE the power vested a: bylaw By iSM
Nit 26
53210299531
tlwjrart 107 117211 I '
the Last- ia frwttfSf the
GiM is ia some newspaper printed within B eel I shall expose for sale ""
.sa& lk and Cotton for the Court
\ I shall ,
& Handkerchiefs
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frsa 1M iciber dsUcrs i imiett era Circuit of Florida once a week Consecutively 27 112 J23'211 51 218 281 549 expose aale1berore eonrt-honse door in the town ofN.wusn4vP&Isn
Ju&.PMnIIlliJ..eti.. .gj for the Cotton Gloves; Lisle Span Silk and Silk Do. for three months. 28 120 128..22-1' M 282 IJ 5 .Honse door ia the town on the lot Monday,the eighth day of July A., J. so', : _
JIIIft MQ of March
PrieM .".&s4 fteeiq their.; White and Colored Hose; THO. DOUGLAS Judge. 291213S231 56247356605y First Monday next, one improved much of the land owned by the fellow .'U 5
.Uiu stiItaaMIPI number not
-- ff7al in the town of Coumbus ( known)
of u.-iMIC 4m
-. U III 1963w 67 2'70 Tin '; ij -It
-% h. Half.Hosej; I, Lxwn Fucxrxo Clerk of said Court do I 32 142 24 56 314431 6 5)Z2 ,belonging to John B. Linn. persons !
J Bo1a BI.UIBEI 1 Brown Shirtings and Sheetings: hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an 133 145161 li9 S'67.463 673 A.J. T. WRIGHT, Sa nmca of the land being part ottIJeic' *> "
Sir silo .bssp,. cir& :ai1)' "_ Bleached Order made and entered of record ia said entitled 33 11& 143 157 '8) 435 481 100341I50261 &er ,fJ'IIllu qff 7hz.4. do Grant, and part of a tract of u. .. SLevy's
& 614535997 and CeHtetor tf Columbia County. 30,000 acre tract,levied ; '. '..
Irish Linens; Silk Cravats Colored Do. cause ia said Court oa the 13th day otApriL, A. <.
g. ::11Vw Table Damasks Scotch ; ; 35136153275 62..n Alligator,November.14 1S&9 22t* erty of Moses E. Levy and -others,landf 1f1aa&a' "
& ; Diaper; D.J.:5iO.Is 49o550 1'85, of sale.So >
86
A000rAicbitreiimq Ca. Swiss and Cambric wmcss WHixKor I hereunto set 1157l81 13 ted on day
Hma ;11' MusiinBaZ'41 ; [u s.] my hand and affix the Seal of said 37l43I280 645095fl8 I Arredondo lands For Sale. much of a 6JOtraere tract of Bdj ;
Do.: Striped Do. 18 306 '5 5345098 Clark Grant lying 4tno5
1'1 A.lfaw- ., ; Court. 148170 the Atkinson and
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:p.'811m a. "tt. e 11 i White I; Colored Berlin Cords LEWIS FLEMING, Gerl 39 16776fl 555996278 i NewnsnsviQa and JSantafee river.and sip :
-' a. a. KzD"Co. .rv. t Trimmings, of 40 .' 183 S20 '87.590 662 94. IN PURSUANCE of a Decree of the Circuit bebncte-John_M.Berrienalso som4M sho IS
every description ByLV.GiyrItD.C. !
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; I. Court ofiSt.Iohn's County made at the last
of IX L.Cliw
8. B.Twos ft G* B *tp, owned by the estate :.
land
y Cologne; French Extracts; :April 18,ISM. 8m J. McROBKKT BAKER, Agent. 'November Term the Lands in the 'ArredondoUrant pal being within the limits o' Ute :. ;.-,.

T.o.JI-.t. F" JFi, Pearl, Gilt, and Bone BuUonsCoars ; H.,D. HoLLAND; M. D.. _. belonging.to the-_.Estate of Peter)Mitchel Graa&w and lying near Paine praixus1.; es r. .
sate.
And Lee's Cotton are held for land owned formerly S
Spool of the or
Ga. '
much
DaLoaxi ; Notice. Medical Ezt iait'.
: ,1'A..L For descriptions of the number of said lands
JM. & rn.a" c. !'s 1\ Mosquito Netting byS.D.OtD.S.C0tbittbeinWtut
; the Jacksonville March 28 I250. 'lyjwljla .
ADMINISTRATION on reference may be had to UM printed decree.Proposalsforpnrehsse known as Le1'130CXD acre tract .
GaanL.Baw, Nnraa F.f Fringe Gimps, and 'r.WltJa' LETTERSOF Zirax deceased, must be addressed to land .
W.DeLL George tion 2,township 11,range 19,section I4tmbI, .
lIP ::1', every variety ef Goods having been granted to the subscriber by the Uoa. C. A. M. MITCHELL,' 20 section 11 .
A. Wsvujuw Ooala. E. usually kept fa c.. Sale, 10, range township I14ne It4.' '
J. W.aos 6. \ a Dry Goods Store. .Persons wishing to psr- Judge of Probate for Monroe County, Fla., all c.rric.uect.r'" .' 'Special )Master Ocaja IIarlonoa F*., section 12,township 1I. runge2stieqs **, -t .' .
chase, will do weD to caD and sxamina for theis- persons having claiM against said Estate are re--,rY VIRTUE'of the- vested'ia,BS bylaw February 23th ISiJ.. ;- tC' the property of Isaaa Frost;also sedIonswa. 1-. '
power .
: II1Y". to the aeeorduf to law, r "
quested same
present ship 10, rsngeZsoetina5towaship5.4ni ":
'" AD ,i shall expose for sale;in front of-the > -
'It :
THOMAS ,WCJ WJLUAMp.DEWE3. the same will be barred. 4Scs'r..Kq ,.Court House door, lu taef town of Alligator,on CeJaa1tla Ceuaty TaZC.U.CiGY'! *ale. section 6,towaship9,raagf 19,levied* : -; 4 _

a. o..Jq"", J ; ,April 18, 1850.. |y' q NICHOLAS SMITH ,. the third Mondan.MUiiez$ u.following de- _. property of Wm.Thorn trustee also i R44:1 .', .,.
Itr'\ 2m
; ..Vast.JUana 20, ISSX-aprfM 'so will I tendbeingpaitef of the Arredondo ri
scribed property, or -mack-thereof as pay virtue of the powervestedh ms bylaw, <
r.- :: BIi..to .1-11-1'II-j .a..a._Csiutr- .- ,. Tax. .CeUeets*$- ftalo-. .,Stele and county.ta ,due.thereof for the BY shall expose for sals, ta front of the.Court by Mary F.Lewis, wifeef John.H Laa4'', -
"( -' years 1347 1848. and 1849 and:the necessary sapeaset House door lathe Town of Alligator. M the tat retained' George M.Payne, agent r.t:Ffr&H/ ,>. -0
4 'AVEGROUAN.. w.Myi4nsiA Ia y.virtu*.of my cfiee, 1 wffl ezpoa; for aak, NOTICE. incident thereto, rill 400 acres second Monday ta Jaly next, the following described Lewis sections pooled eat oa :
.1._.. and Oat hsShsfl JfillilA !: ta front of the Court Uowe doorof If aesaa firth* e*ps.rtaois5ilp Leretofors existing be rats land lying mar Livingston's Ferry;on the property or eunuch: thereof wffl pay the StateaafCoarty much of.the land,being part clsYofB-. .,

of Point Porda. '.11010 OB th. first Moadav,taJen.si.sIfltbJLh.14t4 ;J. tws a the aadersfgaed, la the conduct ,of: Suwanaee river, purporting to belong to AmosEinney. tax due thereon for ths year ISO, Grant:owned by the heirs ; ,. .H.
about .7.s'A I. &b foot I QDecS .& heinaf WaterM the"Jaaksonvffle Hotel- under the asses, aDd the mmsrj .xpeusso I<.lA lft thereto,Yia*. seetioas pointed out en day of '

S.._.U ItdI&I. M win pay thafiUtoUxdM thereon for the firm,and style of "Boffiagton.Jt Cox," II this -A. J.T. WRIGHT, 140 acres fir*raN toad lying aboyt the Town of .of the laiId bein- part ef the ArndoaMU ..
&era IAa&1 o ot be do- 1 aJetatofHlwr win aS as- day dissolved by mutual,_' Tfao 'business ,SuriftnJtx tf. Tax Avatar.snssf Cahuak.oa'the'Sawannee ,River-Lots No. 1 owned .by c Henry fcMKn aaisw orfps itodl 1'i" _

;. allJllllnlftt. et. ba.ajsg. ceu sxpiu attending D141rJe.u.aa- acres will wntiBM to k.sdMto4 brfiAMUELBUFF1NGTON. CcCeetor Colombia. .Comntv.,22td. .> Ad2Seac.ioIl1.Township i,South of Range 12 oat on day of sale ejwflTpayfertheStJtU aTt.J.-->.. '/j} ;.

'm peausad 1'. of th.rs1. Lu4. boDcIarieI enknowa.land &J4 .who 21 alone uUa wd to eoDsei th* ,AJIIPor.N..MQc.18a. : East nww or lately belonging, to ,the citato of ConntytazofAjaebIaccuntyf0rthey1i5e.-j ."j* .::; ;T,
;' psi Irpe,.M _",&U L15g Jyiq ba.u1..Md tstwnedto debts of the late firm and who wffl also attend totho _. ,- TdeBe". toother_ with the expenses' atteaatnc '''j11d4 [...
." -1' ,lie az CeIJ.eeer' _WiJUaII'IiP1Jo". enon. settlement). of their Joiat Outstanding accounts. JOB :FEINTING: ; -A.'.J.T. WRIGHT, 4* fI '-i.-I' .
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: : FJ ot Wat.enua.'A'J. SAMUEL J. ;:. "
BUFFINGTON JOELB..Sc .
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i. V. BRADDOZ ,
( Cdwbs CCII it PHILIP. AT THE OFFICE CoSictor S ;
Sb.rtfa4 T&* c.u..w COX.- of Cohtmfat. County.. JaAttttxr 04w Cctdlriif J.f'C,'

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THE.FLOE' REPUBLICAN cost of one.thOUSlUld dollars. The beads of Wes1 *o-mthrnstutendnd to my adffcftnat i : .IJ'r". *, AUTJON XTRj\" <' -** U'1' ---

.n rnus It"t1l%mUllst.Y.4 T 1 and Fletcher are ora good size for framing. hearing was very much impaired' ..Afteriakinghe t A man by the name of HLJIPP ha enSeiyoBBf 'NIdi s I 1 S:: :ir4 N
The above plates cannot be purchased the short time health Improved, of to F Townnd, and
Jacksonville F t Sarsainrilla a my : mia of taMa>*
1q1 County E. l > : '
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y stores at less than three dollars each.- and my throat is now well; I sin U free from to'pot a Bamparilla, which*they -i iwt4t ",
;ae his name .up '
tJOLTtisit. itJUS DREW. cough and tightness of tho chest a*-ever ,I ,was OUtVtttX WIz 14UU
Plates b ut To.. .. .mpajig nD&1nIU ; ri..At1oir.
4J Another Set of for ., : EWY0Jt and can hear quite distinctly.; My throat has call Dt. ** .

-I .-Thr4e: 'tjbftiri 1} .per annum, payable An entirely distinct! offer frora hat aLove,leaving been well about three months, the cure of which \I OrltlnatVtei;,'.Tto.TowaseaA'l* *,.o doctor,and wnJ.t .4oflL; ; Sti D. .I. .

I ._*n1er1ng lb I Per subscribers to take their choice of,this wj' e- has been effected entirely by the.use of your Sari. .sever was; but was formerly aworaer on railroad. ca Continues t4H4h1s; tonpt attectlo" ia
\ range of premiums-either i the above:joffers; or -. - *-- ,. ;i..r aad die llkYet he saiomes the title of Dr, lbs th* : P fott*

; :SI\ispor! 1 t rc r&td before the expiration. hose w.e now propt e., ._ saparilla.Your_ frtond, -, ,,LOUm,4R BEVAJfSANDS' f.-t- !;purpose falnlat credit for what h. I* not.v ThU I*_UaiuWthVimbIie5 ; ingemenUil' ,t1 Mevtiqn rf claim* Ufor* C4.

t : '"$4. Every member of .-club?or 'any subscriber in *s."UAI'ABJW-&A.JtUT> FKVEU'DISARMED i-otttn: 'he??* mad/tad"parcMM gressjor.anClaims.arislnj: j tt .Executive'DemrtM\ -ii ? 1" lT
Mrtiemcnt wjllbelnscrted at the any other way, shall each'be entitled to the four and Dr.JacobTcwBBd's the
following OF ITS"TERRORS !-This dangerous 'BOB.but OWUHfEORIOiffAL OLD ; ffptn Rejolntipnary, Florida

,I; t&teL One DolU eq&are (of twelve lines) for following'Rebuke?' "Christ beautiful "Weeping scriptural Over plates"Christ's" alarming affection'which has swept from the stage ; SaiuparUta hanD| enU the] Old:WiIlksaes 'or Mexican lrtartl' Invalid, evlt''UiU-
Jerusalem
1", tk first, and &M, enl[ -Ffye Cents for eTeT subs The Two Mary at the i'cpulchre. ," and the Deliverance of,time and the so many more both vigorous at the and innocent mature age age of of infancy manhood : *,/kim.! .tamll"' oat. .of. -. .arm;;and. '.his siioatttre. pay,;:or 'wtoTs1:t Pesdoai J'NsvI rrBy: .

qnentiattrtion.discount ., T : l, \dTrti liberal of .;'. Peter.'.' has at length met its bane and antidote, across. .the.coat of.arm-*I., Bounty,Lan| oriScripf-| under law ,of Feb,-11,

I.3: wirb i ujf.;
Meats(..icpttk having: a account publisher' by the powerful influence of this preparation. A .,..- 1, due irnngVoIunte!
Mileage
running The Lady's Book for 1350 will.contain'severalhundred l little grand-child of Mr.,W0u Patrick,'wood-cor- re! tsJ iIainso'horses

: wil) the office) .*'. I J jpatd fur previous to,putliaTvcSj good engravinag. IiI der, was attacked with scarlet fever, which left lost ji oi llier'Propertjr destroyed; Ex. .

"I'; cation.Perseus. : : Postmasters and' others sending Clubs will her in a dreadful state;-her body'was covered pauses incnr dlr,! Volonteen,
1 ; ? oblige us very much by having them all addressed with particles-scarlet eruptions; a largelump before Ma* ,an>
at a ran govern their remit- to one name. It is no inconvenience them,and something like a bile, and at least two inches in tend and r jeved) into service;; WajjWMna'

:'. : tavtes for advertisingbyihe i ;; ; following rates will be a great favor to us. diameter, made its appearance the shoulder, : ten anti Tuwers'| claims :Marines"isilgrs' .
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One square (t tfixlrajlires) published r'x month*! Premiums to the tcicns fending the larges which broke and discharged an almost Incredible e- s. Itc..lte .f Ftf r:: -- ..
I t- of most offensive matter ,and besides "r'
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fe. 3 0 --I W. ir $10 0 number of subscribers. I this quantity, a larga quantity was discharged from, the havingpresentation al tih*-fonni'.ntem r1.toi&pt

Tw scares,:f V iix tilths, 1 Od The town sending us tbe largest number ofmail SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. ears, of a very offensive character. Almost.despairing |'t f 1 5alnis, 'together..wlli'.Jlhgvverning : e.-

N.Uc.to dct n knd.creditors, 10 00Application subscribers for 1350 will be entitled to the of ever stopping the discharge,they made and regulatio; i .tlM
'. ettersfff adminNlration Lady'd Book for ISM g.atia;and the next in number trial of*AND'.i'AR-SAPARILLA- effected :_diifem'Departments -

I fer1! 50 each subscriber shall receive any one of1 the IK QUART BOTTltS. a complete cure, the child having taking ,ha. Is vp t .red' to undertake_ ,aU ,.ld.t,
annooncem' ivi
K* annoBiesnie it,willlie, ; made uuloss the sum Address L. A. GODEY, FOR TilE REMOVAL-AND PERMANENT I from the baneful effects of this horrible disease, of an Agency it;tiis place.
: \ 113 Chegiiut strcst, Philadelphia Mr. Patrick will be pleased to inform any _
\. charged. CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING personas Particular itiftion
gtvento the settlWitt
.t.mpi..ltl'EhlUount
:. benefit be jan 17-ly FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF to the correctness of this statement, if they call \\ proper,' *--
!:
f
i TIlE BLOOD OR HABIT OF TIlE at his residence in Exeter-st. near Fawn-st.. [Baltimore mebtofQoat / ter*'ac ouat..,, "*

charged double thfc rate
OUti.i.and Marriage notices, will ENGRAVING. The following testimonial to the.value of claimed,.and :fe Extent of services required. ?

be pa Wished .i;; I Scrofula or Kitl ', eri, Rheumatism, obftinatenUaneout the Sarsaparilla, is from the Rev. Luther ,- AU coininu ."Joiliions, to Insure.Insertion'mmsifdee4U.

ConmiaiMtionCOMPBJTITJOJI 3stts raid.I TJIK SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PUBLISHING eruptions, pimples, or pust,des on the 109.V. ni-t,At> Ttrk dtg.
post AN 76 Congregational friruiftl Oft M< ?
I face,. blotches bites, duronicsore. eyes, ringworm Wright, aged years, postpaid._ [ : .
"i ELEGANT ENGRAVING or tetter, scald head, enlargement and fain ofthe l ister, residing at W obum.'WOBVRN,1as OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND ;- .
'
,.. ALL ECLIPSED.THI Of the Death of the Rer.John 'Wesley. : bones and joint*, stubborn ulcers, tyj>hilttictynijitoms .*March 80th, 1846. THE ORIGINAL DISCOVER or TBB Jsjiincs W. Brjrani.S

iciatica, or lumbago; and disease Messrs. Sands Geutlcmen-From what I have *i .
., STAKDARlD.GralianV PERIODICAL.i GRAYeD IN TIlE HIGHEST STYLE OF ART, arising : Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.Old 4TTari: aND CovNssu.o&-kT.z.jw
:at1nlCAN from an injudicious vr of memory, experienced, and from the information I have recently ,
S BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ aritites or dropsy, exposure or imprudence in received from a number of persons of high Dr.Townsead Is now about 70 yean of aft aa4ha Will attend t4l! .fe8 onal business in the ComrH

; : : 1850. AFTER. TIlE CELEBRATED PAINTING life; also, chronic constitutional disorder, 4c. respectability who have used your Sarsaparilla, I long been known a* the AUTHOR and DISC.OV- of the EaiterCfauit of Florid*,and in the Federal l

'"ligalft OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. Medicine has extend have not the had doubt but that it is a most valuable KRZR of the OKftVIMR ORlOUfAL TOWXZZJSD Court fO :''Northern District of. florida
; THis acquired be *
avery SARSJIPJtRILlJI. Being poor, wa compelled :
iniber.of" f "Graham's" for Jan- Among the many good men who have spent and established reputation wherever medicine, and that the numerous certificatesyou to limit It* manufacture by which men it has 'i' sAtso'AcrsT, '': :
'
TiE IlendJ : their lives in the service of their Divine Master have received of its efficacy are fully sustained been kept out of market and the sales circumscribed te for general ttli in 'heState
i 8I
it i has been its reipMlfng
used
whole based
keith : country by surf ew ever exerted a greater influence for than entirely on own by experience, and although its reputation and those only who had proved tic worth and known Iii and & ttins of lands
prise, high a tbia Magafine lias always stood in did JOHN 'V ISLEY. With good merits, which its superior efficacy has alone utility are very extensive,and stand in no need of value. It had reached the ears of many,....rtb.tea.as grants selling $ ., and. the. -loeatien.
high intellect or a
literary cxccllcnotlion an4 pltora beauty,in circula- he united powers sustained. The victim of hereditary my humble efforts to increase them, I want all those penon who had been healed or sore dlsea***, the.p.r.t -
: .repntatio ii1j 1'on artall for lt M a gentleness disposition which ena unfortunate -' who are afflicted by disease to become acquainted and saved from death, proclaimed its excellence aa4 ci( l' Acr.w'rfor '
bled him, at the same time that he touched the diseasewith swollen contracted wonderfal j
greener and more ftl-bnJant the! loud tender glands, with the efficacy and power of your valuable medi the colled&.r..or Claims upon'the United
chords of the human
jiraise which cox csj friiui every quarter ol the of the truth heart, to convince theunderstanding sinews, and hones half carious has been restored cine. HEALING POWER. States for Mjl ter:* or other cervices, pension,
Union .. and importance of the to health and vigor. The scrofulous LUTHER WRIGHT. Knowlor di,ear* eft, that he had by hi. skill supplies farnfcjwjl volunteers and for
bones
holy ts of the or
j.retT i Go.cpcl which he romu1gated.flj science and ezperlenee devised an article which wouldbe
The Pint Edi i ( t he January numlr i* '
<'wjo! ? t I. : when wo take into consideration that his patient, covered with ulcers loathsome to Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail by A. of incalculable advantage to mankind whea the other propertjj4) for which the United:StaUs'
\ already cxhaustq1nI4e as our rnpply vac. tthought >labours of usefulness himself and his wnnld be furnlihed to bring It Into universal liable. VI!I lht t
extended to a period attendants, has been made B & D. SANDS and Chemists, 100 means '
to bavetHfca, would be known East
of more than half notice when Its Inestimable virtue a FloruJa.P<ip .
.. cfeyval elegance i$ *i of its hcret jfrtr Y; t \ an unerring course of rectitude was: also by Druggists generally throughout the United I
$ Itollulell'd: ; sacribcrs uianiKstcd in his walk groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneousand I applied ; thi' Frazer
,. ena"lel*ld: u ; c their} i and conversation-wo cease disorders State and (Janadas. Price $1 per Bottle. ; six GRAND AND CffF.qV.1U.tD PREfjIlMTlOA ,
chronic
rudell succession'OCr.vJuhcjs of beauty hind excellence with to wonder at the very high degree of estimation ,I glandular rheumatism, Bottles for 85. II manufactured on the Inrgetl teale. and I* called ft>. ATTORSE4J1FOUS! Er.LOR AT LAW."c"sosYII.LE ,

a ctn bs e<|ualle J by E 0 i eltdicll I tbe which his memory is cherished, not only by and many other complaints springing from a For sale in Jacksonville by throughout the length and breadth of the land. especially
members of the denomination, to the upbuild- of I il Is found of degeneration or ditcnoraUoa. tu.
in tbe world. { > : ,t derangement the secretive organs and the! nov29 j. F01MAN. as incapable
Those who bav wr 'ecn the I i ing of which his untiring energy and exemplary circulation have been raised it from Will attend ti any professional business entrusted
0 .. ber need no 8Etitmc! aJ'm Jmiuary und nvrnp so much contributed, but by the truly pious as were St. Augustine, P. C. ZYLSTRA: S. PLT.ESTOT, Unlike young S. P.Tnwnsend'i. it Improve* with a& to him in *1e Courts of the Eastern Cimit,
e.lk'&ct; of(\.'ry tect. the rack disease, and now, with led never chnngcs. bat for the better ; because II a. ,
those who have iiittae! ,.jirelfr the unprejudiced regenerated Monticello; LEWIS & AMES, Tallahassee; G. R. and the upr_ ('ourt at Tallahaaee. lie has
and sojitit11) Trai.nft'lding The The death, Wesley was perfectly consena constitutions gladly testify to the efficacy lIE:DRlCJtSON & Co., Savannah.JACKSONVILLE bilh..t pared I*knowledge ttuntiJSe principle ChemUtry.by a and tntntifc the latest a.dltcov-The also such anlail! *>ntageou3 connection with an

press from one t Vfashington city as will ensure
to
.cho the publicifoVe! i I'rOt'ncil Graham's the the many" proofs that the "end of of those who have been cured by its ACADEMY. the manufacture of the Did Or' Sarsapanlla. The Bartapnrilla a prompt and .cpc&isly collection of such claims a*
is
to be.t: good man peace. The closing scene of the root It U well known to medical men.contains may be placatiuhis?' hands, against the United
p.ilcfcr
Magazine that kar oJi 11,1 i.g'.1 r.t 1 in 1Clutful--. t lire of this tencrablc man is the one which Mr.. use, with their residences, has been published mIllS Institution will be opened on the first many medicinal pri'|'iertiea.and ionic properties which States. t 'Isept. _

For riodical ourselves, seeiii| < ,i.iji<> tf:etulth ofo'tr any vaft body! u:axtoa has ?o happily chosen as the subject of from time to time:and were it desirable amass fl Monday in June next, at 9 o'clock, A. M., are inert or'roeleu. and others. which if retained In" 1, 1s.tT4iIf:: :
I 1 hi? beautiful painting faithful copy of which, of the most overwhelming in JACKSONVILLE, East Florida. preparing it for nia produce ftrmntatie* and meld
subscribers w&Ilijrh {pt, as *cl! us Jfy tho testimony
,
<
"rt'l in will be fitted for the accommodation Some of the
f ii: an rcant manner, we have Separate rooms up which i I. injurious to the system. properties
puny efforts ot cotuvetitujn Rouni us. Every attempt wor.ld be a memento which thousands would thought wishto could be brought forward, proving mostconclusively t of young Lads and Misses, where they of Sanaparilla are so ttlatilt that they entirely Spencer & BakerAT1MNETSATLAW :

to etealtbe11O'S, : u.r imitators. j Lave framed and hung in the In its inestimable value. The afflicted will be instructed in the elementary and higher vaftorate and are lo produces a tour >uM I Le disrcniCttui; to up parlour. ; i preserved by a teientiJU precut,known only to those '
1.11 I orCtrto enable such as desire to do this to gratify and those who have not used this branches of an English and classical education, .

any thing short oijtb {niift! Lixzen 1Vet49LiutS.' her! desires, Mr. 'artain..whostands at the headof medicine, are invited to make a trial of its and young men will be fitted for College or for I ,experienced icprlipwhleb la Its Bwnnfrtetae.fly off in vapor Moreover or as these an exhalation tolt- ."ic&ionvittf- Tla,

;,1E\V AK? rJ !lnr. his profession in the United States, has been virtues, and appropriate to themselves tbe professional life in the Latin and Greek classics under heat, are the very .sentiat.sdis "''-. Will practice it.ibe J several Courts in the East

THE FJEST .B rq.r.ill: | ill re $1.1 iJcJ -atneuotint I rn,Hgi'd to engrave this elegant picture in his benefits which it alone bestow. and in the philosophical and mathematical i ci- lies of the root, which give to it all Its valne era Circuit of ft >nda;in the U. S.District Court
< bct style and can ences. boil or stew the mot till
relying upon an extensive patron- Any person can they get a
-I
cugra'vjtr.jiizrj( n: .king a nm-t exquisite .Northern ListrJ Cf Florida the Court
picture for j'niloi-or H'idy. i ofleir.l to any 1 desire fgf, the it price need be has without been put so low that none who "TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION ARRANGEMENTS.Tnz dark matter colored in tbe liquid.root than which from is any more thing(rom cite the; they coloring ca. at Tallahassee; any prosecute; claims Supreme before Congress
it. The
53 subscriljcr. 'Jhit, :.r lilm ij. far superior to I n Ire size. suitable for Engraviag is of ." yEAR will be divided into four quarters, then strain this imlpid or vapid liquid sweeten with and the iftjpHsUaenti of the Oovenucenl at.ashington.
any offered elsexUferi':,r the best framing, and will be of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca- soar tnoUuxes. and then call it SARSAPARILLA \\ ; 4

I Tt1Ea.CIICIC." I in pi'iuti'd a cry on superior manner quality, eaeh of heavy plate paper, The attention of the reader is called to the tions. The dav will have two sessions: the first, EXTRACT M SYRUP." Bat such i il Dot the article J. McRoBEKTJOAJtiR. S. Smcu.S .

Three Dd4i.ifl' ':! Ld'nne4', (iur money in I P ntirg all the beauties of &firet impression cIa:,1'roof, pre-and following astonishing cure, effected by the from 9 to 12 M., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. GENUINE known a* the OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S pt. 6-I;! i
will be .
to
tbe State from 1| .-cUlt i i. remitted& ,) oco ci.'py' ofFor I will ''Ie f'urni-bed at i use Sands' Sarsaparilla: exercises M. Wednesday in English mornings composition and appointed declamation. SARSAPARILLA.This 5J.MeJtk3E1LT

S Graham and I c ,(: &" ; I| THE FOLLOWING fXCSPALLT LOW PRICES: This is to certify that I have a colored woman After the first term, no pupil will be received, so prepared that all tb* inert properties of the tt; "l BAKER" ,

LARGE A.'|
by adietinguisheeia'4r: | and which rn.-y l>I 3 Copies, 6 00 I 1 13 Copies, 20 00 Scrofula and all the remedies I used had no effect and no pupil for less than one term. rejected; then every particle medical virtue is securedIn Coiisszoti4ov DEEDS Alabama,Georgia,.

considered one ofllbe! nocl beautiful rcirn.ie ot I 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! in arresting the progress of the complaint: on the Board will be provided in Town at reasonablerates a pure and concentrated form; and thus it is rendered South Carolin crth Carolina Main
.
art ever prcsenttK.ihyaa.magnziue 1uoli'h"r.- I contrary, she constantly grew worse; and after per month, for pupils from the country; and incapable of losing any of It* valuable and healing Virginia;
And also, a new aridiUeaiutiful engraving tuit blc I So that members congregations and others, expending between 70 and 80 with physicians, parents and guardians, who may desire to avail properties. Prepared In this way, it i* made the most Pennsylvania,:'Clctoeclicut and MusissippL.js -

for framing, of feacij-d: ifubject, I h.r st'iiding together and forming clubs,can obtain besides using other popular remedies without success themselves of the facilities of this Institution, for powerful agent in the Jan. 1. .(::|; js ly .
I his 5 most impressive picture at till the disease had eaten away the cartilageof the education of their children and others, may be Cure of innumerable diseases. :

ZEARIXG TUPs I F.: tVIC' 'R TO THE TOt I i Only one dollar aud a half her nose, made its appearance on various partsof assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Hence tbe reason why we hear commendation on J.ArroazTb. 1' AsDEnSoS.
!!!
prepared espreeslrj, jjijl a?a very heavy tost. n copy her body and had finally commenced its ravages the health comfort and progress in knowledge of very side In it*favor by men. women,and children.. r
!1
Premium Gift to ;i( y tsjb. cribers to Orahnm's 'I' Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her mouth.In all who may be entrusted to the care of the Prin : And it dint wonder in tbe care of j Oi COCKSELLOR AT LAW,

Magazine. Or d.nredj we will furnish in !;"I, nineteen figures, representing the following perscna. this dreadful situation, with the prospect of cipal. RUFUS K. tEW ALL, COJfSUMPTIOff DYSPRPStA. and LirKR COM- leaved his office from Columbia
PJJlltfT and. In RHEUMATISM HAVING
of either of the abtre'|.rii.fa,.a complete set of -ur j from. (of many of whom accurate portraits are givj death rtaring her in the face, I stated her Principal. PU.KS;cosTirRJr/ss.n CUTAXKOVS SCROfUI CRUFTICJVS. 'tt> !'Jacksonville, Duval County,

mezzotintportraits af Jhe,. : eu.lU-v. originals of great rarity.) case to Dr. Disoswav, the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla riMPLRS, BLOCTHES,and all affection respectfully iitfotutt his friends that he has asso
: : :' ; PEAKD DICKI>SO\. in Newbern, .North Carolina, by arising from ciated with bi rJ the of Law
4 practice hi.
AMERICAN JIEROK-ij { tllC WAR WITH Hv. .
JOSEPh Institute.
Jacksonville Female
fF .
.. 1 UTI BRADFORD.Mrs. whom I was advised to use that article; and troy IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It brother, S..1 5SA1DEKSO5_ SThe
I ziiEko. : CHARLES WESLEY. surprise and that of my neighbors, to whom possesses a marvellous efficacy In ail complaint art finD wilJs f presenteJ at each end fIWr1'

: For Fin Do2t'o[ .;'ii41!for one year,nnJ : Miss% SARAH WERLEV. her COM was known, after using four and a half THE Committee of Direction has adopted ig from Indiftttin, (rom Acidity.fUt Sttmuut. from Term ofthe (i pit.lour' I the several Counties,

., ; .. a of eitjicr of tbe t'riljl* to cnrh suW-nher. I Ht' THOMAS RA.NKIV. bottles she was restored to perfect health, and that following regulations: o.neqtal circulation determination of blood to the heed of the Eastern uicial Circuit the County or;
:; .,, copy For Ten loO ii", frvrpie ('I cije ear, and Mrs. J STHER ANN ROGERS. in the space of three weeks, and was able to work The Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms palpitation of the heart cold feet and hand*. cold chills Hamilton in tSLiddle .Circuit. the Supreme
> Miss RITCHIE, afterwards Mrs. MORTISTER. i in two weeks from the of eleven weeks each. and hot flashes over tha body. II ha not Its equal laCtlit
. a copy cf the trto l o-mii, JAMES ROGERS. Ctugkt; promote easy expectorationand
Ion forming .CXlzl/1 et"| eilhr] .,f the aW>e j it. Orthography, Heading,Writing, and Arithmetic gentle perspiration relaxing stricture of the Imng AugultIne. A b\Cdnes entrusted to their sans
or a ai"to etch Ihlcrit.r> .. I Master JAMES ROGER, a child seven years of In witness of the truth ef this statement I have per term, SI. The above, with English throat and every other part. will receive pr jtttention.

Prut Itccnly'tiH', pevwi COJie for one age, the only person now living who was then hereunto I1ffi '-d my name, this 19th day of sept' Grammar and Geography, per term, $5. The Bat in nothing tilts excellence more manifestly see A.ddrei8-J' *.j S. w. .wwoe, /4d.

and a atetyhttr f the Print, or a swl >Aribcr present. l t47. above, with the higher branches of an English tad acknowledged than In all kinds and utaie* of rJrille Duratifinish, Florida.JaeksonvrnezI ,
'the joitraite to cpfchjMb'Magazine ,and a copy of tlteip : Rev. JAMES CcEioirro.r. j I JCSEPH McCOTTER, J. P. education, embracing Algebra, Geometry, History FEMALE COMPLAINTS. 17. 1850. tC

to thc 'frtia..ror' f II'rS':1 Fendin the U cv. ALEXANDER MATHER. I Mouth of Nell e River Craven Co. N. C. natural mental,And moral Philosophy, Botany It work wonders la cue of tttar Al6n or mitt. _" _
Club, with copj! if.cfih Jf tho large Print i3an&ddltionalpremurnt. j louEnTC.1R.tcAEnUUy. Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy Rhetoric, Shills,/{*, "..1. OtitrnctiJ Supfrutet or Painful ;TtDYIL
I I\: JOHN J ROADBErT. Evidences of term .Vniet Irrtgnlanty of tbe menstrual periods and the
.' { j jJS Logic, and ChristianitypeT .ND SCOURINGESTAjLISUMENT
I! i I Rev. THOMAS BROADBE:T. ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEARS' $6. Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer, like; and 1*a*effectual in curing all the form of KUmty
For the tpvifymence f fate forming Rev. GEOCGE WIIITFIELD. STA N DING. in advance. Diitatt.
Clubs in ? other Publication I Rev. JONATHAN EDMOXSOV removing obstructions aad rrrnlstlng the general 1'"
The Scholars will be under the careful instruction -
cni: io4atlh JOlt HOKTO.N This cure was effected in system It give tone and strength the whole body, ,.:NO. rtJ1"ORK.STREET- .
I July 1844 ,
of
we will send j t Esq., one the Executors of ; of an experienced Female Teacher. and thus cores all forms of
Mr. WESLEY'S Will. there have been of Provision has been made for instruction in Latin (REAR OJjiTHE COURT HOUS',)
One copy of the 3Sa jsilnn an,1 One Sal nr-: symptoms a return, Nervous diseases and debility,
day Evening PoH fJ* fdur ) orlc. I' Dr. JohN WHITEHEAD, Mr. WESLEY'S Physician and her health still continues good, July, French, Painting and Drawing, and Music, and- thns prevent or .relives a great variety of other SA'NAH, GEO.ALEXJiZEROALWWAy.,
One of the Magattultku4 Two of the Post for and Biographer. 1848: for which additional charges will be made. maladies a* Sfinat imtatifn Jftmralfia, St fit**' \'I' .
A Medical Assistant to WUITEHEAH.. The the 8th of October Dance, S_. .
FteLQliQrs. f* L ; first term commences on ning F.filtftie Fit c."I I Ste.
j < I Agents for the Ntfc J o.k, July 2i.1341Mesare. ; next. II cleanses the blond excite the liver to healthy action ,' .
Three copies of tie fta/aiin* and Four of the i sale of this fine work of art, are
for Tin. ; : wanted in every part theUnited &tatcs. For I SAVDS:-Gentlemen-I consider it but Applications for admission are to be made to tone tb. stomach and give good digestion, islieves RETURNS'ji0hanksto( his friends forth

PO of fa21e and Two of the rot : further particulars, address I an act justice to you to state the following the Committee of Direction. the bowel. of torpor and constipation allay inflammation h* commenced
cpiel thl' panne the akin, equali e* the circulationf
GLADDING) I facts in J. M. DANIEL business in tbialfcUria 183%and would stat to his
for Ttf ( I h & H1GG1X.S', Publishers reference to the great benefit I received in the blood producing gentle warmth equally all over
Six copies of the 1fa.zin'I and Xino of the Pout I IA Methodirt Book Store, No. 40 North Fourth the euro of an obstinate CANCEROUS ULCER on Dr. H. D. HOLLAND, the body and the insensible perspiration: relaxes all friends,and the'tireM generally, that during his
fur \ .Street, Philadelphia.This my breast. A. M. REED, Stricture and tightness remove all obstructions and late visit to Locjj4\nd Scotland,he has acquired,
Tf Ild' I Elegant I wa. attended eighteen months by a regularand Committee of Direction. Invigorate the entire nervous system. 1* not this then various improvuneijt* connected with, "f -
Engraving will be
GREAT jfjERTO! TOWS wholesale and retail, by the Methodist furnished Book Es,. skilful physician, assisted by the advice and Rev. I. SWART Tteatwrer. The medicine you pre-eminently need! DYING A11 JFRENCH CLEANING,
Tb Post OEceipf tfy tj'wn in the Union,from I tablishment 200 counsel clone of our most able and experienced But eaa any of these thing be said of 9.P.Townsend
Mulberry St., New York, and I Jacksonville July 7,1849. which he trusts* f Unable him to give general
which we shall receive t bebrcaleft uumber of subscribers without the least benefit fcferiorartielel
by their Agents throughout the United Mates. surgeons, whatever. This voonf man's liquid i* not to be : satisfaction to glHwbo :
to .Gr Jtlagazine," the AU the various methods of COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S. may please to favor hint
1Ia".4 during The purchasers of this Engraving will treating cancer were A. SI. MAXEY with their -
sear between the jKnuary, 1850, and the I bear in mind that this Plate has been please I Ir resorted to; for five weeks in succession my breast Mrs. because of one GRAND FACT that the one U IACAf Ladies'silk patrctarc
frt oranur. 1l)1iMagazino to bo mailed Mr. Sartain expressly for this engraved by was burned with caustic three times a day and r JlAKES this method to announce to the pub- ABLE of DETERIORATION and cleaned a-jBiweolen DressesShawls'Jte'..

) ibscribcrs through it.) the impressions wilt,therefore, be edition all of the and first that for six it was daily syringed with a week solutionof JL lie that she will keep open her Buarding- NEVER SPOILS. satisfaction.and djegt sHous colors so as t*give good
shall be entitled rcMitinuanco of the or nitric acid, and the internal House during tho winter for the of T&tNCovers cleaned*r dyed, a*,
> cavity ulcer
; lho a der, nnd not such as are taken from ttcondkand wa.sHO reception while the other DOES ; nrmg, ftrmentinf,aid K,sf maybe reqnired.itlemen'! ; ,
nmber snbscripijofrii Ktatuitously, for one year EflKlish Plate large that it held over an ounce of the solution. Boarders and for tne accommodation of strangersor is, the totUt eon tain In j it into fragment;the sour,add in the ; gsrmensteornted,
after theexpiratioftiotii4year, $ for which the subscriptions The doctor probed the' ulcer and examined the travellers generally. Grateful for the very liberal liquid exploding and damaging other good! Unit not same goo
shall hare n}.! be
The Magazine wilbe l eontinued on. either tn "1 am a man, and deem nothing which relates to to the lungs and if I did not get speedy relief by spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her mat ft Kit inU tytttm.atrtajy iittai* tnU ueil may cleaned required Ladies' bonnets dyed black, .
the subscribers tb ms lfee?.or to the agent through man foreign to my feelings." medicine or by an operation, the remit would be house is commodious, and situated in a pleasant What causes Dyspepsia but acid Do w*not all know and prtfan *5n a superior style. Ladies
whom wo may reojriTQ.h; { orders for quantities, fatal. I was advised to have tho breast laid open part of the town. It that when food sours in ocr stomachs, what mlieiXs and Gentleman'f Kid. Gloves cleaned,after,th*

L and to whom the prcketor}packages may be di Yonf It Manhotwl. and the bones examined; but finding.no relief Jacksonville, Oct. 11,1849.MAGNOLIA heart produce liver T complaint flatulence, ,diarrhaa heartburn palpitation of th* most approved n fashion- i

ret or to beth,, if;t&cM fehould be both in the: VIGOROUS LIFE, from what had been done; and feeling I was rapidly corruption of the blood 1 What Is dysentery Scrofula,but colic an acid aid Hr. 3!. j been appointed Agent for

.me w as thef uf'*jal' be. 111 on. APremature getting worse, I almost despaired of recovery humor ia the body- What produces all the humor the above estab 10 and'will attend to tbe
(Postaire on.H Jplftejk to be rnt-vnid. Ad Death. and considered my case nearly hope HOUSE, which bring on Eruption of the SkiD Scald Head,Salt reception and of work in Jacksonville 0 and
SAMUEL-:5RTTE R fe()X &CO. 1 less. ST. AUGUSTINE. Rheum Erysipelas. White Swelling, Fever Bora, aid the surrounding try. Terms moderat
Feb. 21. 9$' Itomut Ft.. Piltllllia.GODZrS KINKELIN ON SELF PRESERVATION. Seeing various testimonials and certificates of : all nloeratlons internal and external t. It 1nothing ..- March 21, 1& 8m
der heaven but an acid substance,which ; c _
;4414 euro by the use of SANDS' SARSAPABILLA, in sours and this j
cases well
Only 2: Cents. known establishment has oj spoil all the fluid of the ,
similar to I body more or lee*. What "
own, concluded to
ray try few
L4ItBOOK a bottles ,
,. FOR 1850. .TIIIS undergone thorough repairs,and cause Rheumatism but a sour or add fluid which In NEW 'TORATIVE
Book 't is several of which
This ,ju published filled with useful were used, but from tho long I for the reception of com- sinuate itself between the joint and elsewhere,farlta- ,
on the infirmities diseases deep-seated character of disease BOWLING
I and my produced no pany. sing and Inflaming the delicate tinnea spas which It AT4EV, BILUARQ.5ALOON.
Compariton bctpetn findey nml the other, of the Generative Or ans. It addresses iuMf very decided change. Considering this as tho on- The well earned reputation which this House act t Bo of nervous diseases of Impurity of the blood,

?Jtt,1ctidfrkzt1dicc. Alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE ly probable cure for my case,I persevered until the has acquired, it is tho intention of the of dranr circulations and nearly all the ail>neai* : &c.
IS Ute Lady'rfjJopV 916 To all who apprehend or suffer under the direcont'qacneel disease was entirely cured. It is now over eleven to sustain. present proprietor which afflict human nature mIlE SUBSCBfl: BLR.; has just opened on RIT

IN is 116 saore tban'caej.od gave 144 more r.ape than!.vthich the of early or prolonged indiscretionsto months since the cure was completed; there is not Every accommodation will be extended to wrrt Now to 1*me It sot this horrible to make tad sell and iufniittg JL STRXETrtsideane door from the corner ;

wearily. He all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary tbe slightest a appearance of a return. / therefore guests. Invalids, travellers and others Liberty stait ja: RKSTQAUTTVK BOWIEM
Philadelphia 'JKl will ,
other gave engravings find SOURING FERMENTING "
.
and baneful habits-to all who in addition to pronounce myself WELt, and the ACID COM.POUND" AJLLIT
among biyh: 'kre twenty colored and (* cure entirety ef this house desirable. It is situated facing the south, and Bitt4a SAW*. Th Establishment
fall wVich is ISO declining physical energy,are the victims of nervous fected by SANDS SARSAPARILLA, as I took no other with dark piazzas 175 feet long with OF S. P. TOWNSEND, has been fittmd jq entirely new,and is
f than ,
ninety-three more court ope
g
one and l saore| tha/i;thfe! other. and mental despondency.debility Dr.and K.of would moping and melancholy medicine it, nor hate of J any taken kind during since.the time I was using in front,and protected from northeast winds.yard The and Townsend'yet he would On.fain.have Oryiulilla.It understood that Old.\ aa Dr.IM Jacob for the receptionolTM3tors; at the usual how/i?

J Gode'11J'J; f4r l shall scrpa that suy- Please excuse this any rooms are eligibly situated, large.and airy, the ITATION of his Inferior preparatloB!! If.'f; *& BAR. .

of 1849, ezeet4 au i ag&zlel, patt, prefect, READ THIS BOOK. meat, which I think il long deferred acknowledg building fixtures,&8.,being new.The House,built Heaven forbid that we should deaj in an article which Has been supplied wirt the choicest
asdtooome. The valuable advice my duty to make. Your of wood is lathed and would bear the most distant resemblance "Jicp0n&D4,
and plastered&e.
> v I impressive warning j it: In a word, it to 8. P.Tows to suit-it
valuable Sarsaparilla cured me, with the send' artieJtl which beverages .!y- palate win be prtred'
gives will of blessing is built for the and should bring down the
expessly
Terms CV : ( prevent years and upon
purpose.
\rti3 misery with
suffering,
inu- of Tjjw
v postage paid. and Thousands divine Providence, when nothing else could; With the Old Dr.'such moan tain load of complaint*and erimlna despatch. 'delicacies of the seaA. will
save annually
of Lives. many advantages
combined the
and I feel myself under present tinns from Agent who have be at au times solii.: "" 0
jvfr.-ESrEXMVE lasting sold and
: obligations to purchasers who
PFFMIfM
Parents by it will you. Mrs. David
XAGIINT reading learn hew to proprietress, assures those
prevent have
I 1 pa used 8. P. Towasead's u
I
Stc to q C"J" :pr single Subscribers, the destruction of their children. most can say many things cannot write, and I do tronizing the house that her exertions will be. to roUND. FEKMENT1NG COM ThSJ Hard. Table "
respectfully invite ladies
OO: A remittance of 23 cent, enclosed in afflicted as I have please. Very respectfully We wish ft Has been imporUfte; for lBB e"fcnds
nay '?tr nt a let been, to call me,and I will understood,becamse It I II the misstate trtt*, rpressly the
Engatlg.One ter, addressed to DR. KINKELIN, N. W. corner of the. truth upon satisfy them fully THE PROPRIETOR. that 8. P.Town'end' article load Old Dr.Jacob Town of the most beaimf; ti construction/ith ai(aad
as stated above
copy one yearitflrep two of THIRD & UNION and many other end'* SarsaparilU ktavn-vidt India rubber ---
any Streets, between reference AroMTOT, Oet. 20, &. span, n4 infnitily cusht ,
things to tbe
of th* following rtdcmrM.' premium plateI: ".1111 Spruce & Pine, PHILADELPHIA, will ensure case. liiimiljr ; that they are unlike in every particular The Bowlr4
a } Pins 554flU*
Bed of the Rev. JhnVtiley; ;" "Werfey book, under envelope, per return of mail. NANCY J. MILLER, having not one single thing In common. '
inr in te Owetiip.Anrhitheatre; ) ;" .Am riCaGuie FIFTEEN 218 Sullivan 6treet.StNDS' State of Florida Nassau A* S. P.Townsend I* no doctor and never was I Is no Are al!just from th*workman,*d every eonr-. :
YEARS
Wiedom'Gen. Taylor and Old County. chemist no pharmaceutt.t-hnwi no more of medicine silence for the ent|tament and mfort of gusema

;" "LikenW ftfthe Uev. John Wericy" of extensive and uninterrupted practice spent in CELEBRATED: SARSAI'AItILU.-ThiI excellent CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. er disease than any other common.nnsclentfle.unprofes has been provided' i1> 5- .' .

"Do. of bis Co-laborcrt; ; tbe Jtcv. John Fletcher** this city have rendered, Dr. K. the most expett compound, which is creating such a universal JamesMurray, > sional they are man.receIvIng what fnfranttt can the public have that ... I cordially invit tie public eaU at this E -...

; the last two, thjoMgfcJeejarate engravings, w 0count successful practitioner far and near, in the interest throughout the country has made vs. >. BILL FOR DIVOKCX. talnlng all the virtues gengla of the article scientific Bed medicine In eon tablishmect, assu4iioem:: ,t>t I shall spare no
'u only one;prnj"iiBi. treatment of aU diseases of a private nature.- its way successfully into the favor of our citizens Susan Murray. ) and which an Incapable of changes which preparing night effort to contribute t<|their tJUo0"Vi .'.;-*',- .,
Two cocks for firea.rs. and. two of thai Persons afflicted, with ulcersupontho body, throat and the people around us. We have read and tier them fie.AG&"1'8 of Disease NIt ]GEWGE; F. SEW!. .
any u ._ L__ .. __. __._ .. .. again TJPON. reading filing the Bill of Compiaint instead of health. j "
& prints to ealb *ul>crib r. or legs, pains in me bead or bones, mercurial *ua BKB.ID 01 me emcacy or tuts valuable medicine in inn Bat what else should be expected from whn Jacksonville, J4n4ryj?1850. tfI
\.e rhcumatiwn. but cause, and upon reading the I ...nit...<..i.... ....__._.1__i_ _' .,-L .on. knows- _
for strictures, gravel, disease not until recently have had affidavit of the Solicitor v .\ and an extra copy of arising we any for the Complainant that It I'equirus -
the Ce af t : Jt above engrariugs to from youthful excesses or impurities of the blood, positive proof which could induce n* to speak the said Defendant reside In the State of Georgia I a person of some experience to cook and serve ., IMTq'I.. \:

tbe nerson twf pub.Elereu whereby the constitution has become- enfeebled, fairly of it. But, from facts in our possession, we It is Ordered, That the said Bill be heard on, even lassie a It common that the decent meal.who How much more Impor .; ._10', ,. '
+ copies for tw*hty nollars. em! an Crtrapyofthet.okaia.Itioyrhreeofthe are nil treated with success. are now well convinced that, without any excep the facts charged therein, 'at tha Court-Honse in designed persons- .manufacture p medicine" S Ttlc.uD; .ITO

$ above nPyb He who places himself under the care of Dr.; K.,' Lion, H is the SAFEST, vtEAsAnvzsvand4 BEIIT the County of Nassau,,on Wednesday, the 22d WEAK STOMACHS DRUGi F Jt
AVD.XKTXnUD
the KftoR-irnding the Gub. may religiously confide in his honor as a' gentle compound ever offered to the public, for the cure day of May'next.- should know well STITKjfS
a
thetnedleal .sRO
I, .. MRi4ii 'ijSve i [ dollars in ftdrance, man, and confidently rely upon his skill as aphysi.clan. of all all'chronic diseases ot rheumatism, and ;scrofula, Aud it u further Ordered, That copy of this seat manner of securing and concentrating properties of plant healing lbs I.,... .&heir.1IIodre rEuglish
nbseHpUon for I J MTl83I and impurities the blood Order be virtus alsit .
| will be entitled to together with published In some newspaper printed in aa extensive knowledge of the various dis.
aa /oarof&.h. ab : tt by l letter, (post-paid,) and be cured at home. ,It has so long been remarked that the age is said 22d day of May next. remedies- to these disease! .
Mar, ad riZ liberal fllertt. PACKLAGES of MEDICINES, DIRECTION one "nostrums and nostrum-venders'," that we THO. DOUGLAS Judge &o. It la to arrest frauds upon the unfortunate la pour Glassware; WnPteaedIelanes: *a.t

IL .. For tfttlty donw-, Pruee,ten of the S, &c., forwarded by sending a remittance, hardly dare recommend valuable discovery in J. P. SANDERSON Solicitor for Complainant. balm Into wounded humanity.> kindle hop la ell." Having flw rre, o. 4 Mnk 8"
,jt copies and from from DAMAGE the Medical Science lest ipairlng 110'001.10 restore health aid bloom and.vigor with a fapyl7 tFr.sl r, a
I ; RIOSITY. tatlon for incredulity and liflrmlty that tines we fecuiJeiteomttyy deslelsmine
but
the store taa ifloeBt trtoU sent to each sub-cri- consistency; In this OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND ha
Ud tr {r.n-okeel1ers, News Agents, Pedlars Can. instance we hesitate, not to hazard the remark FOI IND the *0 SOUGHT.aid .Wte pusehsint shsr$, "
bet
M" eopj Jf-tb.; Ladjr'i JWk and an r*, "CLERK'S: ; opportunity and >all* to bring hi* ': .
: &DeIh
} TUllers and all others with which we have made above' OrrJcJ"JNaualf-C'OPt;.. ay fbeV
: SWgrrlDg to the p&s fending the Club. They supplied the above .. '.t.- Grand Universal Concentrated poee.
la S eleet weh work at very low rates.JACKSONVILLE. I [Hartford Review 1VC. C.. Bessent,Clerk of the- S "' extend virs tbelrpr.ie.o sell them gennias
:
CM eaaef they please. ,.' :. ,. : Circuit'Court : ; /*?:Remedywithin odlczn
-- for the i" 4ts as 1Ther
; For lUrty doHars **wj1llOnd ten : County of Nassau, do hereby certify the Drugs terms as saw
copies of ibe SORE'THROATS that reach sad to the knowledge of aQ who seed the
Beok.aai thirty i of f ,. the above i It a true copy of the original :.I,that they learn sad otherin et.ytundt; fhhbIkUyirsoit.an .
jp : uy .tleaboreen- ,ACADEMY. -, t't -_ I* file Order/ as" snay know, by joyful expertness,
% in
f on bilIrs
r' my office.__ .. >> "
ott; ;
: The following! from ? i af* ioAjj- \s <
sT:4.\;: ',Boole twer t-I1Y. milE JL will SECOND TERM of this' Institution from MrsBevaifl in;an extract who' bad;a letterreceived Wen ,,::t.'TESTUCOU WHEREOF,.I,;'have hereunto set Transcendent:Power to ri HeaL: jofthsPrerW ituctii
commence on Monday next &r.gys
_
September hand
and I
my private seal
I '_. '. J 3d. ,Each 12 ; (_there.._..being no seal of Ji Jp tlJit! fJQ.t. J ;
weeks g.m.
The iion'are Itrgfeesed parlor print" The When quarter -at original rates affiictedeei-er4yjars With Scrofulous Ulcerst S. --."> fI..ik-. ._.. OAwq.1. +VA*.T.--".:'-%.-.- --- r J",
Is made, strictly,odoanct .
payment and :
ee Dyapep&a&4 recently an"affection of r' iC. C.BESSENr.Clerk I ; } : : '-
: IorsaIebytJ -
Death-tod W eJ .ooAL mMyportraJto Misses [ ;
.. win:'be received for &period of 11 week the throat and'chest. : rVeb:7. V : taj ;__ ,
Wesley preachini isi! h> .Araphltkeatre" conUln in following rates_ S- 18m: ; JNDEZBISBE
< kKndreds' of fifiuen: aad'.eost one thousand RelingTVrtlng Arithmetic and Orthogra- : 'tRaileyttiwrg Fa. Dee, 13 1845 S ."' 1
.
,
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: Ianazns-An4 : 1. "j
'ftJ '
** nice '
S ire hundred-dribr*.i.1$ ingrave it. America ph- ,t ,. rThe Messrs, A. B.&DSuwsiflefon,I' : straw H.i.t Ai23L'' 1J" diqVi. l. E 'tl4, ."
commenced .Ladies\Bonneti-Bennet ; tt -
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I Gmided-by.Wlsjontf.: fl very lure line engrar- above, "It\ Geograpby and History, IS 00 using your'5oitaparllla Tninimij ; _-J"6191 ,y.\ ,., :' '
mW _
.
., : leg,and ce t.ee taM (tl eight hundred dollars heee, with EnzUtIi sufferings were almost *.Stationery.of every "-' ,' _.' .. 5 -f -' Snr.- -I .. 'oliciI1Ith 4OI _
Grammat '
ud cNatnral de80rl1t1on' -
past'expression; my throat was completely A ;general! .. . emal'V
4. ?.Gemcrap Old ,,
cr TS% aylar and WJdt'y" SelODOe.ineJllded. and Sb es' I
,
,8'( .6 00 nlotrated lilac dreadful ,-1 -S SI'Adesd.pnigt
/
(Gemral congh;and there were Just received, and for sale'at .:, 1S "OD par1f"'I.iJ '
BRO
Is OH of the larjsrt p$ Taylor prints RL8EWAi4 reduced wlcent the A
n1nc1pal. frequently week together that I 'I1'-,"
could not' store of "tI "
t a4 is eajrarsd'iYtgs)j jjki or"cioal painting, ata ,I .1u".30-tl, "',. :4 4, above a whisper apd)**f 4 !';tbe. inflammation speak April 18.d' i )'-tWM.P.tDEWEE5.Z 1'ttihJU NE4.TJ.T.EX'_ lo.V ", xjjAT / t29rM: at.'
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