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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: June 6, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BY AtJTH hundred and fortyninei to the thirtieth of and gate way, wall across timber-dock, dig mr ctwrttY** A.TIVE cth y. V -_ r.
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--_ fT June, eighteen hundred and fifty six thou ging out timber-dock, and for repairs at ;'t. this controversy bill !. Taken as a wholes r'regard ali.t ,.cauBUU7 fti a G
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sand five hundred and twenty-nine dollars the Norfolk navy-yard sixty thousand dol fraternal, rust CI. I
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PUBLICCt.S and
patriotic, and far better than 'other We notice to -- 1
and seventy-eight cents.For any WZ1thiI
P4..E& ****** the re4.ui.n of tk. compensation of nine extra clerks employed lars.For deficiency in.the :In foreign elik sad ilorv. practicable alternative Ills free from all publication of t l="
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appropriation Cot pve-o k,give to me,o'er all constitutional objections :
'l'ldrtrcnt. it is'not
under the ; a victory
act of, August eighteen the fiscal t 4alpi
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4' present year lighting the Cap My of the North of apt ve ;
hundred and forty-two during the session of itol I and country' native glory I or the Sooth}r it is not a Sfjtretary'Craw*
AN ACT to supply deipenaes in the ap-- Congress, in_the Third Auditors office and and Capitol the President's groundPennslvania My heart is where the waters leap triumph, of anjt party bt section but of the ford. The report is Bfteh JMflgthj that
avenue six thousand o
House Union.
propriatiofiS for the seflrif4 of the fiscal for contingencies incident thereto, five thousand dollars From proad 1ag',dinr iteep, Irejo ce to see that you will sustain hart no room fbf it of nflumna W
yeat ending the thirtieth of June one dollars. For the And when the foam dueloset this meaij IAgrateful country will thank eflt, We append the eo lnswa u Wkwti
of Indian Affairs in -- -- .
thouiand eight hundred I u? fifty.Bebtiudedlythe For deficieney in the appropriation for Oregon Territory management* to be expended under the T*ipirit*in tint misty d.U, you of that for I it immortU and wifi band enrell of totit name as one The committee'have thap&f
Sefaefend House of the contingent expenses of the office of the ditection of the President, ten thousand dol niuir Shapes of snowy shell, 1850, of ,whom faithful the Congress cine imposed o t" tin Bottse ,ex
Jtortttitttfrees of rAt lMtlt d States of.America First Auditor of the Treasury, for the fiscal : lars,to supply the deficiency in the appropriation Or bedi of milky roeei. These are the patriots history will ,say, c J those" -
ia COlt fcrWflwmMe TbM the following year ending June thirtieth eighteen hundred I made by the law of fourteenth August u. saved tie American Union.and: statesmen who the lt and inierestM>we 1"0

aunts be, and the same ate hereby, ap- and fifty, six hundred and fifty dollars. eighteen hundred and fortr-e ght. They UQ of vale and tndtmt,and tree, but that your able l gallant I cannot doub consideration. On. that aLct, theyhsvi,
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proprialed to supply! deficiencies in the appropriations To Of carera deep and ; eloquent come to the conclusions *esaed laobft
WAR DEPARTMENT. supply a deficiency in the appropriation hoary; riotic colleague in the Senate will te fotiflJ ; eij : )
for the service 0. the fiscal year for the contingent of the House But give-oh,give,o'er all to me with this ; following fesototionjrhic5, they:,tetoa,
iDd 1\&the thirtieth of June,%ghteen hun :' IN THE orncr or THE SCEOBON CEXE&AL. of Representatives for expenses printing, binding, and Myeountry'.b&Ut.Clorr! did hi vnon' stand trying in Oon. of Never his mend the,Hodse to adopt! I*' s -F f.?

dred and fifty, out of atiy money in the For arrearages in the Office of the Surgeon engraving,and other miscellaneous expenses Kentucky hath mammoth eave-** services count; even when be his 1st..Raolced, Tbath1rDthEasentatites

treasury not otherwise appropriated, namely: General for furniture two hundred and for the present fiscal year, one hundred and Not Cyclop'i home nor bloody grave-* life and shed his blond beneath her perilled banner, demand of George GaMbiai' .*ras not a jwst

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.ttTOioFFtotoF ; twenty-five For dollars.of reconnoissance twenty-nine thousand two hundred and fifty Yet where a thousand echoes speak turning doubtful' strife in favor of bis coun 2d. Resoltxd against,the United thi Sages*. V

THE xtrartTART OF THC expenses military dollars. And hectic steals from beanty'i cheek; try, and covering his own name, and that of made it the T a&-of Congress-}
in Texas including examination of a new To enable the k of the I his dat tit i ,Secretary of
Cle House of Re- own
TKXISCR|. VJhere runs a dark meandering stream b0te Mississippi, with i immortal & .
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route from San Antonio, Texas to El Paso, to for thousand honor. TralpY.pruApaTiof.said : -.
presentatives one sets More
For salary of the Assista2nC Secretary of in New Mexico, made in the year one thou of the continuation pay of the Statutes at dark beyond the lambent gleam, she Hi-countryis'loin'in danger wl therfoi""$Ud'''in conformity
Large, Whose waters chant ain and
the from the twelfth of March I sand hundred and nine three a solemn song, t rescue ; we with .
Treasury, eight forty ,
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printed by Little& Brown to the will never decline such "reni"i __ .
pursuant
As al "
the
pours Stygian flood tJob; a 3d. Resolved
eighteen hundred and :fortV-nine, to the thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven dollars order of the House of mons. Your able, faithful and sum. dil
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Representatives patriotic
thirtieth of Jane, eighteen$ r hundred and and seventeen cents. thousand m. leagues from not authorize the Set :of' the Treasury
two five
hundred and
twenty-one tell of rivers wild and free Mississippi, iii the House, to interest
fifty, and for the clerk in qjd tf said Assistant POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.For dollars. They surely will be with afco. pay cjfcint and i its par
of I With tale of feudal foray yon They have ment was not "in with
tb th rd March : ; conformity law"
hIred compensation to tempotary clerks For repairing the United States steamers nobly sustained their country's cause, in "precedent. a
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Bat have
eighteen and JFortj-nine, to the they not-no,not for me
: the business of the Jefferson, Hetzel, and Legate, employed in many a period of and and -
employed upon current difficulty danger The statement of
thirtieth of June eighteen 'hundred and My eodntry'a native glory: to thi*
Post Office for the fiscal the coast survey, under the direction of theSecretary will never falter a crisis this.- t' e
hundrea Department year sucl a report agreed b .
six thousand and
fifty, one seventy- I've stood beside the "Mansion"old Have w
ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun of the Treasury, twenty thousand you not also you the able, expe Brooks, Mr. Bur M.
dollars and
vewPotomsc'a .
eight sixty-one jcente.IH To breast of gold, Cnr. ;
dred and fifty, eleven thousand nine hun dollars. riencd and patriotic Senator from Jackson, and i re" M.
THE OFFICE Of m; ifajxi. !tHSlOJfEK OF dred and seventy-two dollars and eighty-two contingent expenses of the Senate, In summer's calmest weather, Fathers of the Senate; Alab by Mr. Kg, atid. i
CC8TOMS.I; 't cents. two hundred and thirteen thousand dol And traced in thought its windings all ding over its deliberation and prs- p Mann. The first Qen u

For salary of the CGtzss4ner$ of Customs TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT. lars.For From rock to rock, from fall to Call, his native South t You have also with you tObYJr.BqrMrD rld -FeatherstoQi ,

from the seventeenth! of March, deficiencies in the appropriations for Till uadly rush together the eminent patriot and statesman from the Jack5n, Mtn (and -
disagreed
For of the
eighteen hundred and ;, foity-uine, to the contingent expenses Territory the branch mint at New Orleans, the present Two riven in their giant might, Empire Stale-'-the early, constant t and devoted to by Mr. Mr. BIck jilr.Qrinnelltsolution
thirtieth of June eigtieen| hundred and : of Minnesota six hundred and fifty dollars; fiscal year, fifteen thousand dollars. Like Fieedom in the strife for right. friend of the Union. Pennsylvania, and Mr. Cnr. ieco.d,: -

fifty, at the rate of three' .thousand dollars and for deficiencies in the appropriation for For supplying deficiences in appropriations I're toned my gate aloft to see too, mU now prove herself worthy to b agreed to by Mr. Bart, Disney, w Mr. .
per annum three thouskiiu l eight hundred the salaries of the governor the three judges, for the naval service for the fiscal year The pendant crags and lowry, cale keystone of the glorious arch, htheJo Mr. f rr ,Mann -
and of said Jaa'IMr.
and seventy-five dollars. j secretary Territory for ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun And from my soul exclaimed for me- stroriger and firmer in her great pitionwith disagreed to 4rek, Mr. Coo t
I the three thousandtwo
fiscal
For salary of chief clefk in (the office of present year, dred and forty-nine, in pursuance of the let O'er ill the world beside for in.- the weight of the pressure t r Mr. Grinnell, MtlK. .

Commissioner of Cusjtocis, from the first hundred and nine dollars and sixty.sev- ter of the Secretary of the Navy of December My eomtry's native glory t C. D. L brought__.:lj r_bear LtJ upon- i her... And- Te.to a I V a V.
of July, eighteen hundred s-rid forty-nine to en cents. twenty-four, eighteen hundred and forty- uULU IU Ule ana crownell victory, T.P.O (j. ;;Miss& 'V t
For in the last
the thirtieth of June ei&hteenfliundred( and a deficiency appropriationto nine, seven hundred and forty-seven thousand whom I years bring within "We have not th ehmcuoofa; doobt
fifty, at the rate of one thoasanJL seven hun defray the expenses of the government of five hundred and thirty-three dollars Letter from R. Walker.. the folds of the American: banner-she will that ninetenths of the VfiJJ -' Virginia

dred dollars per annum jane thousand seven the Territory of Minnesota, nine thousand and thirty cents. also render her name,immorl, if the Union nay more, we believe that ; of the f'
hundred dollars. : I six hundred and forty-five dollars and sixteen For the compensation of two watchmen WASHINGTON, May 16, 1850. should be saved by vote. Yon hav people of the Unit State'a] .Qnt ot of j

For salaries of fire addatrojaJcIerLs! in the cents the account for which shall, before to be employed in preserving the public Dear Sir-I have received your letter of also, too, a ek>qw.t and intrepid ._ t Blt ofVI-*,
office of the Commisstonw.of Cttstome. from payment be audited and settled by the grounds about the Capitol, at the rate of yesterday, requesting my views as to the Op a I have been, to most of his doubt The of jjpc Ft!r i i .
the firrt of October, eighteen rvundred and proper accounting officers of the Treasury three hundred and sixty-five dollars per compromise bill reported on the 8th instant aur I have been always with press CommonwealWest b1th P i

forty-nine' to the thirlienhliRfJkne{ eighteen INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NA- annum each, seven hundred and thirty dol by Mr. Clay to the Senate. For more thana him in ht great and patriotic endeavors to ; the manifestations ,puttie: E Btt a

hundred and fifty, at the'rate jf one thouaD41 TIONS. lars.For year I have withdrawn from public life, preserve the Umon-.with him in 1820, for by conversation i private'V ,, 11:
the removal of the and devoted attention and the Missouri settlement.'..with him in the streets,
dollars per annum! thee thousand For outfit of the Minister resident at public greenhouseand my exclusively, 1833, upon s't most '
seven kindred and fifty dolhrs4ForcoLingeatexpeniesQ Constantinople, six thousand dollars. For the botanical collection thereat, to some; as I trust, for the remainder of my days to for the compromise tariff-and with him eng lnnimty te '
( thjR office of the outfit of a Charge d'Affaires to Naples fout suitable site on the public grounds, and foi the practice of my profession in the Supreme now in b glorious! efforts to save and preserve Cmt y"tbd S.
Commissioner of Customs, ose thousand thousand five hundred dollars. For one the erection of such other green-house as Court of the United States. Under these And how infinitely a There has neve bn < & wl
dollars.IS ; I: years salary of a Secretary of Legation to maybe deemed necessary by the joint Committee circumstance I have declined presentingmy such achievements above all the pride and elicited from the 'Af Ifi,lc <
FIfcJT f. : Chili, two thousand dollars. For outfit of on the Library, five thousand dollars views on political questions, though still trappings of office; and how miserable are universal and P c'
TBE OFFICX OF THE crtaou.ta.Foi : the minister to Prussia, nine thousand dol to be expended by the direction of the said retaining the same deer principles and mea* tty ai 1 when compared with the fame of doubt whether the qutiooi1-AmeficaIn. !
salary of one messenger !t." the office lars. For outfit of the Charge Affaire to Joint Committee, and under the supervision ures to the which my life has patriot who has truly served and saved dependence received a ttkntgcncrat; sup *
of the First Comptroller. tarn' ;:Jhe| first of Austria, four thousand five hundred dol of the Commissioner of Public Build been devoted. *In devting now from this I his cunt! Offices of themselves: are but port from the American tv

Jaly, eighteen handred and rortj rune to the lars. ings. rule, it is upon the lI I of an old and esteemed i empt pet a most of those who Re. Jel'-1| :

thirtiesta of Jane,eighteen'binJfed and fifty, : MISCELLANEOUS. For continuing the improvement of the friend-my successor in the Senate reebr. Even the "IndGiam4btaeton' is 4' >'

evea hvadred dollars. t'l I grounds south of the President's house and of the United States- I md upon the momen. regal robes and purle cover hundreds Compromise S That r j
nr TflLPoitotgent UECisTEa's ". For the expenses of pauper lunatics in as incidentally necessary thereto, towardsthe tous question of perpetuation[I of the of forgotten names graves; but a when ppl an't shall, V I Iwere

jtif lie office of 1 the Maryland Hospital at Baltimore, one construction of a culvert on Seventeenthstreet American Union. To;this call, from snch a Cicero, the otr. 8m and ," hav had time *, .
t\e.Register 'Of expenses the Trepan: } being antmouatdaeto thousand three hundred and twenty-eight leading from the grounds attached to source, at this crisis and upon such a question will live ; so he pot- Tftey are sick I witil
J. C. McGdfe f&r printing, dollars. the Navy Department building to the Wash. a solemn conviction of duty forbids me mortal and unprecedented honor-who thrice which the country j dc. 1'
rmCng, and binding books 'abstracts foratzteats For fifteen days services of Joseph Bryan, ington canal, ten thousand dollars. to refuse a reply. shall hare saved the Union. And you also, sire to see" .
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of the commerce.find?and'navigation: as commissioner to take testimony in pur- For completing the improvement of Indiana It is known toryonithat my humble efforts (feat and patriotic matesmaa of the Nor toned; add t that bi": ..
btaak earolaents and Ikeri4 and suance of an inquiry by direction ofthe Secretary avenue, in the city Washington, from the have ever been directed to the preservation 1 and Ntwe-yo"tread no step to a terrible = V -V
s, jtedgers ,: .. .. .t ,
other beoks under the df the third ofof of the Treasury, at eight dollars per City Hall to the Capitol Hill seven thouwuul nLthatJrnon..aa11ha bvIw24Ll.imdits walt! Bn.- 'A. f : *
ac ; day, one hundred and twenty dollars. 'dollars, to beexpended under the control downfall l a calamity to my own country son yours will be steps of 0 _R.wn.o. .

in March relation eights the advances handrtt}bcollectors| tforty-nine and For continuing the ntrncton of the of the Commissioner of Public Buildings.For and to the whole human race, second only, honor, praise glory-standing on the Why the Sooth | ean>

receivers of uxfc the Custom-House at New Orleans daring the continuing the improvement of the in all its disastrous consequences to another IU ramparts of the cnstituton firm a not see. Her apprehensuw :44: from the,
settlefortHesks .
'incident public money and- fiscal year, ending the 30th of June, eighteen public grounds west of Seventh street, fall of mankind. In vain would we attemptto granite ot your Stte elevatedas power of a dominant 8* mmjafty

other went furniture thereto, three thob am 'an4 five hunhdjitwentyfire. I hundred and forty-nine one hundred thousand designated as the mall, five thousand dol- reconstruct another Union,if this should be its loftiest Dunt-p'that lifts itssummit now when jurisdiction1 ilrepSbe I ,subject .
the
doJars.To ,. overthrown in vain would the dissevered to '
ar ; formerly abnegated by Cpei strikes
dred and. forty-six dollars ; Comp.ete: the erection of a CustomHouse For enclosing with a substantial wooden sections hope to establish for each a separate And here let me truly say that there w at the foot of the evil. Slide' the i princib

cents.w 4 at Eatftport Maine, and for compen- fence, grading and planting with trees, the and successful confederacy. They no more devoted supporter of this Union pie and we have notg toVeijr.uThis I .
TBE orncE OF THE SEtfD'AVbItOl. sation of architect, for. the fiscal year endingthe low grounds on the canal, between Third could never agree upon any amicable terms than my departed friend,James K. Polk; and is the tre : we bareal*

For amount required to n4et ,.outstandingeight thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and an l Sixth streets two thousand five bun- of separation and division of common territory his messages demonstrate that he would ways prcip'! .good reason *
tlarns for contingent expends 'incurred i in fifty, eight hundred and forty-five dollars. red dollar and property and if they could,'short, have warmly supported thi bill. lie recommended to mntne cannot jeis hoW any

eighteen: bandred and fort by the Towards the completion of the east w.it: SKC. 2. And be it further enacted That indeed, would be period of repose. Rival the adjustment this questionby democrat who sustained Gefl.ijCass at, the
Second Auditor of the Treij t..h in fitting of the Patent Office building, according to the Post-master General be, and he is hereby interests, 'passions, principles, and legislation the admission of a State-by the Missouri last presidential election cxni I ffrfthhold .his'
\2?bas office one thousand si i hundred and the original plan. and placing the west wing authorized to employ twenty-two additional without a common peaceful constitutional lineor by the Clayton compromise ; support from these bi TbeJB'are framed-
ninety-five dollars and eighth fivelcents. in a state of security, under the direction of clerks in the Post-Office Department, viz : umpire, would soon result in a war the and what is this ,bill in substance but the upon the very fhroagnout, -
For deficiency of appropna ion for the continent the Secretary of the Interior, ninety thou -evan clerks each at an annual salary of most sanguinary, desolating, and disastrousever ;. firs and last of these measures combined?-. the canvass by the whole dzx.j1Xic party.
expenses of the eout1a' *:executivebui1dinr sand dollars, to be paid out of the patent fourteen hundred dollars; eight clerks, each known in history. It would be a war There is no person intimately acquaintedwith Louisville ({'.* ':

for the fiscal year e4lhtg' the thir- fund.For at an annual salary of twelve hundred dollars between conflicting passions and principles, the views of the lte on this "Every is now t' sole of
tielh of Jane eighteen hOd and forty- expenses of running and marking the ; and seven clerks. each at an annual between hostile governments, sections, and subject, no member his cbinet who the er pressess to idevil"1 ,' paintediters .1
tight, thre thousand four hcatvfoar dreil and sev- boundary line between the United State salary of one thousand dollars; and one atlJitioiui I. people in which the sword would be the could fail to testify that such eomromis of the compromisef':' ) fronts
dollars and ninr.ty'n: > and Mexico, and paying the salaries of the : watchman, atA salary of three hun- only arbiter, and could terminate only in an as this would have received his cordial sap Washington offthe l to the
,For deficiency in the appro ij-iabon for the officers and men of the coin si(>.i, fifty i ire J and sixty-five dollars. absolute uncontrolled military despotism. port We all know his repelled efforts of hur ttfiey come
contingent expenses of tlie'Aheist executive thousand dollars. SEC.: 3. And b* it furfur enacted That We may talk of liberty without the Union. a final settlement of this question before be against presses the vicae a! of the,ex .
banding lor the fiscal; 3'41r> riding the Provided There shall be allowed and paidto the salaries proviJed: for in the second sec but could never be realized. We may speak, left the chair of State; and may you not ceases into which meure.sonIc of aesresses are
thirtieth of Jane eighteei bmidred and the commissioner, surveyor, and astronomer tion of this act and payable for the remain- indeed, of free soil; but there will not remain to his many friends in the two Houses betrayed, we findtbeWitbn, Aurora
forty-nine five thousand foi ;buSidred andJItYept appointed, or to be appointed for the der of the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, I a spot of earth where man will be free app to save h administration from asserting that the report 0 j .'
. dollars and forty44ur cfents. purpose aforesaid, each a salary at the rate eighteen bnndred and fifty, and for the 'when this Union shall be dissolved and dis. the oblouy' to it woal. certainly, to abolish slavery' : ct

'Tot deioiency ia the appropriation for the of three thousand dollars per annum; and whole year ending June thirteenth eighteen appear.In boweve unjustly, be if this ter prop when the report.: :I, ly I Inot
c0Btingent expenses of the tbeiat! execu- that if the duties of either have been, or hundred and fifty-one, shall be paid out of this period,then, of common danger. let rtor his administration,should, bate the exercise of any si t rep
lite building for the fiscal! nding the shall be performed by an officer of the army, any money in the Treasury not otherwise us all now.f.el thai this American Union is absence of a final settlement b made our readers thci4ity. fo .
thirtieth ot Jiae eighteen : and fifty, his pay during the time of such employment: appropriated.Approved indeed the last experiment of self-govern the means Of subverting the Union 1 tions of the press mie fo

tetrn thousand one Jtandrei'I' seventveightdoDars. shall be increased to that sum. And provided May 15, 1850. ment; and if it shall now be overthrown, And now, my friend, bavin replied folly pi*. For our own part, wi Tkjt .hestobelieefminallthatweth2tade'p _
; [|| J further, that the appointments aforesaid freedom will forever disappear, amid the to your questions, this is, I IOp my last t ;

DEPARTMFNT OF THB INTERIOR.or shall terminate and cease at the expiration Fate of Mrt. White,her Child and STegro scoBa of exulting tyrants and the groans ofa poltcalJeter.. Nothing sacred cided majority of the South ir be m favof s
csjCJriB.jr of three years from the first day of Female errant. world in bondage. The startling and mo- Unin a the imminent peril of the compromise; J Jsnch wing for'
bI'rIDC OlTICZ TBE s OF THE which it could have withdrawn
thousand hundred and which must all in adf alwi I-
now
January, one eight mentous to we of 0
D'tI1Io ::1 f The St. Louis Republican has an extract question be me for a retirement. moifction 'Cng .
my
Shall this Union moent
For salary of the Secretarfe" te Interior fifty.To provide for onforseen expenses in the of a letter dated Santa Fe, March 17, answer and is this perpetuated: 1 And it seems preserved to I have1,held, I trust, my Ja office, infinitely! in thei wisom may adopt11 Wt ;.. i.:,ITnfon.. ..

from the ninth of March ieigl tee %hundred survey of the western coast of the United which says : me clear, that this can only be accomplishedby preferring my present professional pursuits in -
'land forty-tune to the t1ii4eth i j of June, States, already commenced, fifteen thousand "A short time since Mr. Alvarez, Mr. adhering to the constitution upon which the ateonstation tribunal of the Union, The lae! Episcopal Conv UipMn Alexandria V
eighteen bandred and fifty, art{the rate of six dollars. Aubrey, and Mr. Meserroy, with the official it rets-by holding sacred and maintainingall toanyp son-tefult my beloved V: Canon fgokHiting.eomJmunicants :
,thousand dollars per annum j seven thousand .,. For relief and protection of American sea aid of Col. J. S. Calhoun, Indian agentfor its provisions, guaranties, and compromises connt for hihhonor .offices she p V
nine hundred dollars. if.,f :men in foreign countries, twenty-five thou- Ne" Mexico induced, by promise of a and especially that fraternal spirit ha upn giving now, I by a majority of both onl .ajtheaUesj:|: |
For salaries of the ehekirkand; other sand dollars. large reward, an able and bold Indian trader, in which it was framed, and all its powers hope, the eYdent of my gratitudeand laity, of 69. Ta U is due& tfttf?* gentle
tlerks in the office of the Secfefarj1 of the Interior In aid of the appropriation heretofore to attempt the rescue or ransom of the little should be exercised. If both sections should devotidnj by my humble'efforts men whd Were negatif i. i l tate" that
from the ninth of Ms rch eighteen made for the contingent expenses of the daughter of Mr. White from the Apaches.This say, W6 will have no compromise, it is with your* to maintain the constitution and they did not doubt the ineort &$*?nvolv-

- ,haadred and forty-nine, to :i iirtieth of Treasury office eight hundred dollars. a Jate, eighteen hundred tj fourteenthoi.M To provide for the removal and subsistence that on the 14th February he started Union. The Union itself is a compromise.The Ever faithfully, your of church discipline sho life; the ac*

five hundred anet); 'ityVight dol- of the Seminole Indians, now in Florida for the camps of the Entaw Indians know constitution is the greatest and most R..J. WALK tion of the General Conventi' 4 M the P.Et
.'lars&a4. thirty-two cents., II roved; That i west of the Mississippi, twO hundred ing that, tribe to be on friendly terms with glorious compromise ever achieved by man. lion H.. S. Foorii Church in the United States ;]ftie amusements .
thereafter the clerks shall be UsVerred from thousand dollars. the Apaches. When be arrived among them, From the eloquent and successful appeal of United States Senator. in question had been tMieotenanced

tht other Departments in pro fortrtai( to the For deficiency in the appropriation for he obtained full information of the move- Franklin for mutual conference and concession occurred at one of the generally by the Bishops an ClSrjy:of:the a,
A scene
bvsioeM transferred to thd Vpirtment= of the payment of pensions for the fiscal ments of the Apaches, and of the fate of when the convention which framed the funny id One abol- Episcopal Church, as ioWa .tit;witbnd .
,the Interior or from the Thtau$|: of either ending the thirtieth of June eighteen hundred year- Mrs. White and her child The particulars constitution was about dissolving in discord tion chief meetings speakers on' Ne.Ydrk.the occasion was' C. C. injurious to, Christian cbaraik)lmt'it',has

!Departments, and nothinr 44rei| i contained and fifty, five hundred and sixty thou of the murder of Mrs. White and confusion, to the 'closing l congratulation Barleigb man of very clever parts and been doubted whether
,'shall be eonstraed to auiffpri i arty increase sand dollars. you have already been made acquainted Lof Washington, when the work was accpmrZ orator He" is, however as vain asa affix the penalty of :
clerical force in the sererIJ\ Departments For continuing the pavement ot the aVenue with. It is now my painful task to inform i *.t-, :_ __!,. -jt/tmnmrnioA is plainly a capital peacock; this vanity is developed indulgences to theatrical' 'lIlauthoritfo ',::. V
.ill consequence: of the crea n W the De- around the Capitol grounds-sixteen thou you of that of her little daughter. writi in all i18 proYision and in every young in a peculiar a He fancies that he Delegates were tal

artmetit of the Interior,abe tfcli specification sand five hundred dollars to be expended When Major Grier's party attacked the page of the debates where Madison record has a close resemblance way.to portraits of the Saviour vention, which will I. natti'. .
of the law of MaEcbj thirjl, eighteenS under the direction of the Commissioner of camp nf the Apaches, the woman all fled its great and eventful history. In truth, all. -particularly in the color of.his hair October next.V t.1 'II
fcaadred and forty-nine. { : I ,l !i ic Public Buildings, on whose application to one of them carrving oft the child of Mrs. government U a compromise between rights which is and so long that it reachesthe Queen Mctoria has settIth: ai4i Vannuityontbe
For a1alJ of meMeD *"land,jjaborer in Towards the close of the retreat of retained. Existence aubur .
Wnite.
the Secretary of War. an officer of the engineers surrendered and rights back. His beard is also of wife .1 'TJi j
j the twee oftha.zecrea.ryc, : Jh ;:interior; to ,or other corps of the army, may be the Apaches, a musket ball struck the woman -is but a compromise between the principlesof a similar longitude. It falls upon his br sweetest and most brilliant 'o f *-.bardgtIrin.
( thetbirtieUi of June gt ttttt tufidred .1JonA detailed who soon after fell and expired. As and of decay; whilst all our hopesof the"
to mounted
', supervise the w tk: vitality When he stage to J )t'3. Bessy Moot W.? tij&taral In
hundred the
,'two loxij-nine do- For deficiency the appropriation for the she fell her husband came up and shot the a happy immortality, are based upon address there were diY'er questions put extraordinary manner. 1I'ti
jjan sad thirty-fix U ,!i" l|'. Mint of the United Stases at PuiIaJelnhia. child through with an arrow. In the same great compromise between the claims ,of the '"b'hoya"-snch as "are you ,awm1 an the wives of poets were: 1.kt'1JW
U .-, 'I't.salaries ol meeeJg e laborers I' for the fiscal the female servant of Mrs. and Divine justice; manifested him > .
rear ending the thirtieth of retreftt negro Divine mercy or "why do yon cheat the 11 the tot of their'rhyming bas 'U
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). the &eoftbeSecretzriIf4e Intel u>r June eighteen hundred and fifty, twelve White was also killed-and thus closed in the unspeakable glories of redeeminglove. I.& this critical! moment, CpL Ryder their husbands continued : 6!thii

f o the .first of July.jefortynine tea bunJreJof thousand dollars. the horrible.tragedy.Mr. _ .. was also on the !side of starvation,and* Whe ,"
,.. : to the tufte June, For supplying boilers bill is'a compromise, is its and a' one
new to the thee r
engine .W.bUr.WenJet That this her veiy putting consigned t. Westm445Jbeyof
; hundred and fifty) t thousand lengthening chimney and for other alterations highest praise. ,Nor is it a sufficient groundfor hand' his Waist) other some other burial place* tbe sj4 expected V.
toI I and improvements in the Mint of the Phillips ha fired a pamphlet At opposition,! that some of;'ns would in eoaim sce4 stroking his. beXd.Thd! &uc to live on the glory won by dfta4 terds.
; ? For Woks stationary, ta f'uel, awl United States at Philadelphia, twenty thousand I Daniel Webster. ;So ha Horace Mann.- prefer different provisions.That .- came near going into ccovulsions.Tai Mrs. Moore has great'cqj
respects
other of theofiieiarv the Secre- *, Theodore Parker has taken,his turn. The some C
contingencies 4 hundred which the practical
eight dollars. to IIerLiiSbI
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is not the question 1 iearn' from the her stars that she and
of the tolerior for | ] [ letting)fly their arrows at M : tht h4alw t year Lilliputians are statesman is called upon by ( l .
>nd"inred ; the.'thirtieth of Ji'eJeteeo bu Additional in sum required to supply deficiency the big white m. We wonder bow these and patriotic The only.true que.tieD SL waw ppr.t the hrer Montesou i within the nineteenth_ :_ F-44.r nat
the to respond.' -
'/ and fifty;f te tbond 01' appropriation for provisions little fellows feel P.s theyaim their tiny wea his vote 'not this bill better than any qu; 1 by JudgeColt SCUIKO LJQVOKTO Y4'A*i W
'FotfibrarYtnaptl.&te..Ho; to&e( of for the Navy for the' fiscal year ending the pons at the illustrious target.A party of boys is this? Is ,and better than to leave on the folio wing terms For,GY'e slave belonging to ut ,
thirtieth. of June that bc'p a
: eighteen Hundred andforty.nine in .eook can the two indictments for the se any
the Secretary of the foteraor f | the fiscal attempting to'captnreGibralter and undecided .Is it on K Platte bought&qusUV&t V
.'!jeaf emdingthe' thirtieth"of: ajfe, 'eighteen seventy of thousand dollars. boat, witn.' an armament,, of c pop-guns this better controversy to open this bill than by its defeat, den* of Brby' BarnunV and Albert Jones, L Store county, e'nt drna; fell fronboE5S aal -.-'
For the two additional not
_, -al iUHlrJ mod fire pay 'clerks, in wouU exuibit more sense anddiscretion.-, pass excitement each; ; a the aeient widovf, $ & .: .
i FoRyn
fifty, bndr4. 44i1&n. the Auditor's office of the Post Office Department to rekindle the flames of sectional $0 hate froze to"*gjhTbe ".. '.t
.; .1 ., OJTICco. -TEl.COi31O1IZ. oJ'r from, the first of JaDuafYto the:,thiritJeth Richmond Repub.Rev. ; .and agitation 1-better than that the government 100' in the 'HospitaLrof the ,:L: ';ofO' :, '. "
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10"1' t f' with the humiliating verdict -
: its duties rtobuined
__.."'I', .J'-.-.. :>'June, eighteen hundred and, fifty.ooe.thouanddo .,H. B.:-BISCIM, distinguished and should abandon in the Sisters Charity, e1 will j '
- .Ot' coo peneaboa tc 14pry' cJerb .ha, been chosen a acknowledgment,proclaimed until the' re of her negro. c'"
..-t eloquent Kentuckian, : American Congms'h it said, next under '
- T _/ed,n the'office of:ttil,'=iuioner To supply the :.deficiency" :- In" former 'ap: Bishop of the Methodist':Episcopal Church, ,face of all the world that settle the(this alarming pices I _of the Count. de cl. ', t;. .',, 3isia! ;
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ComeS TRADE ON. ST. JOHN'S* t P 1
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': e- VLOUIDA.JtEPUBLICAN. 'stone of Further i 1 Cuban Expedition.
l pms. ,_ those eecentl71g ojtthjfconie f \
: The rou opyf It that, althoujjtf'llnost pi: l
Hon David e4rt Maryland in his rtt ( f.-3.k.: : : -:'. ppears 0' to The Charleston? Courier of the 30th
(1 r ; .theladdress he seems nit
whose ,ropofirigthe .har fPeDaJ
Savannah.Ntjts1 tr rJ p permanent
: letter to Mr. Fjooty ,,Declares emphatically, "A writer J liJ the\ W'ft' Courier urges tj|: Tlnlrda1,:- !.,o ieO. :' ., 1850., si names establishment accompany of'a'. ,-Southerh'. paper, ..hue en. a!fwor' "- than thefeadew says : t L \t\f ,

without hesiUtiD, tibt,that the compromise the establishment a 's1emers.between T .' Democrats' ihe opposition:'/ uldbateMippOsed..", ;namber of "We learn ifrcjri Capt. Kean of the brig
at Washington are ,
."f. bill reported b| tr. Clay, is acceptable that city and Jacksonville, on tbe St. Fnoai IwIANItnIEn.We : : to the measure is made chiefly by the South. documents having been placed 'i be'stone, Argus that which whenlie amVed Tft there yesterday,from Hanna

; to the citizens of Maryland. He remarks, John's with a view to divert the tiade of are indebted to the Savannah Kern the cavity was hermetrically and the was considerable
44o 'l Democratic press, We baTe before. said, : ... taed. '" excitement !ii|lt tb&.city, caused by a report
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bat *?
section from Savannab- -* *r
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from the er d f
t. 'Ifl not mean to wfttbai ihVdetails of the says intelligence Indian..riyerj. by Union look's with ; tone was't lowered and placed 1 m its position' that thesouthsideof expc uWsfs-ha4Iarifed mFlff61

4: musureb1.h brtn't xtnined and considered "The trade of the St. John' river, of steamer' Monmoutb, which arrived at Savannah hat the Washington nowlind it dIsa- thirtyr feet below the surface of the water. ;.Cu, to the.number of HlP-
: xvhich Jacksonville is the chief depot, is'n vor oh the project'and we op.
bat .tbat the on the 27tn Ahu.mber of tracks descended in the bell to ral thousanasijthat'thj( hao tale' 110&-
] diving
Herron .
ul Mr.
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: jcearoreljiteelf,
; anmeans .of he increase, and in all probabity.will double posed by the Savannah Georgian, the lead- session of Cieiifd'e os and Trinidad,.
byivrnjcB have lately been Feen on the t; indicating the work. The Gazette : $ Every-
: compromi&e, the agitation -which itself in a few nearly sat superintend says
;i ; years. I i ngpemocraticj paper o! out neighboring soldier had.leftlRtfana tQgo.ir.pursuiLand.
.: .;.v now distracts the cbuWry shall be quieted,isaM5o'o'slywtthil monopolized by Savannah, between' which the:presence, **of''Indians*- "1- -" -y Y in ihat Vicin- State and other.Soutber presses'of. similar I Our distant readers'may need to be informed the protection!jof!the citrwt Wt'tW'the
Tofly eel 'citizens 10'I4 port and Jacksonville,'a:line (f.tembotebs ity- ''rte.Jndias.were.'.seen_ .two miles it that north-east angle of the.per- I militia of the ,- :
time 'These,ves-. political -ie ; The Georgian'considers of the .l -: ---4t
been for.some plying. South of Indian it is the termination grn' .'" *
:, whom the'tl the happiness; take the inland route) wblCh is .attended have Rvednlet.; ardvue sup a movement, the part of -Whigs'andcan manentTbrf, Cried out-from the shore'to that The Repnblie, 'f'mei. its .new*:'editorship,

.J and peace, and povre| vhich. that word imports with great : ty, and posed to spies, sent down to \atcb view it. i in no. otherJight 'than, Whig. point and ,piles 'driven from thirty takes the aa| = thrown' down-by Clay
'I U as eacread a* tf e of their fathers .. the people of that section 'are .coming the movement of the troops in'that quarter. I ."" is an 'r' with thaipress to fifty feet below the surface of the'sand.Mr. .- up g _
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memory movement. objection
I I and not only defedc? the recommendation of
ensible of of
deeply inportaice greaterfaciti After being discovered' they went into the Herron has
tbe '
,by whom inir'f freedom waS achieved." also that the names of .Clingman and i epecuaUi'demonstrated President '
tio' ,
-p s of intercpmmulc About s'beloBome what was before the (tir'4ra to.the,terrtories,"bBt
We sabjwxtiie l letter. of Gen. Thompson. n,: establishment of a line of steamers \oods. twenty i in Toombs'accoipanytbe adress'and'it 'is.: a'sea-wall may be constructed on'our sandy is somewhat Eongftttt towards the Kentucky

't ""\tfpBi* oir-May 14, 1850. between this city and Jacksonville, would eighteen or' twenty were seen a body, characterized a device! ded.to, divide shores, a firm as granite. in i its i :native'bed." Senator. 'Thcj'jati#le occupies fiy \
i and .butsucceeded in making '
be> an enterprise, resulting in no .small.bene-. were pursued, ,
I. 'My Dear Sir s'lhsfre' just received your fit to the trade of the former, while ,there- their escape. They have committed no fur and distract the Democratic party, and PX.ANKROAD. ". The former' ed;,tojf !of' the:'Republic kicked

cote,asking my.opines upon.the measures can be but little doubt that the movement ther few give to the Whigs the ascendency the A committee, appointed by the citizens of with favor on- te' awrjpVomJseTbi{ rese nl
reported to the Senate by the committee of I would be the business depredations, except' driving of a What will Mr. Yulee, under whose t** :
promptly responded to by Sooth ins
; ) to'consider and d take
Apalachicola m editor Allen 411) 'ground'
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:: thirteen ;and, in replj l have no hesitation i at the.other end ofthe line. cattle. The inhabitants' at_present, appre- vise ; ; !! e-st

": whatever expressing: approval of those : A little community enterprise on the: part of,tb\.citizens hend no danger, but the general l belief of the envelope the address care to the Democratic? for the construction .of f-a Plank Road from. it. Thus a tepotybrea | existijieveeathe

,. I Measures with ii ne orjtwo modifications, as ight secure a large portion the trade settlers is that in the fall, should the army press of Florida, say to. this i imputation hat city to' some point in Middle Florida, Administrejli and. one ..i, eat
'a btaie and, in thy jizkment, the only basis! of ,Ve confess on seeing'our Democratic Senator ..
the which an travel, and perhaps the contract endeavor to force ther: removal, they will and to procure subscriptions for stock in the friends. _til1 '< Jf'3' ;;

upon the which;cpuntrj carf'&e questions: settled. What now agnate the also It is estimated travelled to that some 500 backwards Northern \ disperse in small parties and commence hose so forward the movem nt,' we ourself ,same, publish' report in the Advertiser. in I, ..ATTE-W sJNSVflRECTIOX., : .:; 5

: South desires is either a settlement, and a and invalds, last winter Florida over Savannah tilities.; were tempted to view it through party spectacles which they recommend the undertaking, and An Insurrecijioa.. :T&e part of the, s !

,t .. final one, or in i ifsVJe. I confess that It' route, and the number 'wi, it is thought, Companies K. antI W. from the interior but to come to almost any other con- add : and free negroes" ,,'lt-as attempted 'la 3/ortnx

I should prefer the lafjjr to any adjustment continue increase. it clusion than that it was intended to give as- her natural ttti
a4d which to present occupies have at Fort Russel. One company "Apalachicola position, County, Vs., qi -4th'nltima. The:county
that is not complete, to use an expression 36 hours to three days to go from Savannahto arri'cl cendency to Whigs. But whether it enure has become the third city of export upon the a' tremendous
of Lora JohnRusselI, will not give"finality" of dragoons have arrived at Fort Pierce. was fortunael4'sited' by
Jacksonville. boats could make of her
an Gulf. Already had the magnitude
to alt these!. uestions. Good six at Fort ussel l, to Whig or Democrat, the possibility forms thunderstorm 'Sat rday nigbt-tb' temfici
outside trip from in 24 hours." There are now companies trade attracted here vessels from all nations,
The South cannot. And will not permit a of ,U. S. in the weakest of all objections against the pro- flashes of followed by the roost
is natural that the merchants of and the whole number troops adened with their various productions.Near light ll rj

perpetual and agitation we c4n ner. these be better dangerous prepared topics I sister very city should prick up their ears Florida is about 2500. The army is represented ject, and is doubly weak when raised by 100,000bales of co ton are sold here awful peals of.nhunder, accompanied' 'f1 a '

4. ; the which has attended Savannah those who have been hitherto foremost in annually-rated of freight are usually efleciof
with "mind* and ra&ns:' to meet such an at success as being remarkably healthy. At the andiron a deluge of ruin rics xloubt had:.thev

04 issue than we are noirf. I am one of those enterprise, in opening steam communicationwith hospital of Fort Russel only six sick soldierswere devising "remedies" for Southern wrongs. low as are in any other here,Gulf by port.vessels Salt seeking assisting in fririnttng the horrible design
Florida but it is unfortunate for them brought
(and they are not a oftthat fijiv in the South) who when they are, driven to the necessity of disparaging confined, and those not suffering from We do not see that the issue of a strong cotton freights, and sold usually at very low I of the plotters! } $11 Sunday, 'the. 5lbJ alt.
have fears issue let its '
no great result Southern will inevitably I
.; be whatever it mr. But I desire an our steamboat lines for the purpose any serious disease. paper Washington prices. compared with ports incapable of .I the.citizens sueed in arresting. twelve_or

issee which wilEand Right to unite all our of underrating our superior facilities From the main portion of the army no or even probably build up a sectional sustaining and attracting .continuously the inducements foreign fifteen of the ruig&adr| The above report
These
h beople.- Will snch atate of things exist if for[ the transaction of the growing Florida particular information has been received, party at the sacrifice of either of the great have tonnage.to offer to the are people of Middle is since said ta'.b&a hoax. .

the measnres referred! o are rejected, and by trade. national parties-that either or 4-< -
further than the brought by the Democracy Florida to a connection with us.
'Southern votes\ A Inclusive answer to Even if the out iJe passage were preferable reports will be demolish- procure CELEBRATIOlT fll-JTHE 1 BATIXES 01. THB

this question wijl) be found in the fact that to the inland route, our own lines wouldbe troops from the interior, that Billy Bowlegs I Whigism ed. There as is now existing abolition at the Seat A bill ha been reported in Congress, and I Rio GRA:DI.tAf respondent of the'New

., those measures wH? r$|eive the support of a as prompt to avail themselves of its advantages in- and Sam Jones are still in the swamps, andhave a: press :I is made the order of the day for the third Orleans True I)el$ ,' writing from Brown
as that might he organized of Government which is diffusing an
the members from the any I now,
large majority blj, Gen. word tlat
sent they are
Twiggs for soldiers in yule, Texas, ssjysj 7 Since last nothing
&uth, and thos$ not tate least prominent and Charleston; in which case, Savannah being has influence at the North, that may in timeso Monday in June, providing : my
., respectable forr4trisin: intelligence and considerably nearer to Jacksonville than unwilling to remove. Gen. Twiggs that the be saved the the late war with Great Britain, the Indian of i interest hasocterred, excepting the celebration

firmness. The itate$ thing' then>vill Charleston, we would still have the advan made arrangements to capture them,.and a expand, South.wi wars of 1811, the Seminole war of 1835, of the pades of the 8th and 9th,- at
But all who know anything ,of the trouble of taking part ?fn drawing a sectional
be, that measures! ofl.red as a compromise tage. well that detachment ,for that purpose is nw out.CVILt. and the : as Gen. Wayne's, of Palo Alto aaiU-Rtaca( de la. Palnaa .TCapt'.
by the North, jahd which a majority of! dangers of the coast, are aware line. 'A Southern press at Washington, to wn.kno\vr
p the inside route is not only the pleasantestand 1792'bounty land similar: to-that granted to I McCowan'i b tt&y was on. the field*and
Southern members were satisfied with, were'defeated counteract the doctrines of the National Era,
by a portion of f the Southern mem safest, hut that it is more reliable.- In those .who served in the Mexican war. The : made fine di4h.; All the ladies-of> the
The late events connected with Cuba offer might have the effect averting a sectional '
bers. Under such fumstancca| :, will our good weather, the outside passage wouldperhaps bill provides that those who have not heretofore city and.garrison pace the occasion,. and ft
fine field of attack the administra alienation of which the
not
be the most expeditious: but in bad a upon only party,
people, or ought tb*" to unite in an extreme with land,' -11 collation of alies! and drinkablesTwas-
issue ? | weather, such is the nature of the coast that tion. The latter, it appears: on information Union and Georgian so warmly'cherish, but been' provided bounty pension fflt ;
would be attended with bounty more than fifty dollars, done ample jj33{ e to. All enjoyed .themselves -
the great or, a .
The limits will r.ot adnt: of voyapre being received of the late contemplated movements of our common country. Abolitionism
for danger and uncertainty; and sea boats adap- and who have received an honorable discharge and thdgncjaat? captain gave us a hop
even a glance opine instructions confronted and deprived
forwarded be
alIo\Te1lne my to the :
our naval through press, can
ions; and it b? necessary t.:'ii t for tl! i.E i vice wu.J nt>t b ttbio, in cases shall be entitled to receive warrants at his: quarterf i injjihe' evening, closing= ..thelay's
of emergency, to navigate tha inland vessels in the Gulf to prevent it, i found to of its fangs by opposing arguments,
if not them after the fallows !-, ball but
prcGnmpt ; from the. Departmen the Interior pl I asrirec1ih') \ a ; not exactly
3
able, the speech of Mr. CIa channels: which require boats- of light originate within the limits of our own country and such arguments could h'. mora fuicibly, .
unans\n'rat.1t For. those have served six and the.same ball ith l Old Zac pat ,in motion
.
Outside boats would also! have toencoanler : Ir
ref that draught. inasmuch bound laws if and advanced. Let a
yesterday. ore, only say a we are by our directly promptly I r
: the difficulties of the St. John's less than twelve eighty1 acres'; those four agd, wtfen he set'the Mexicans
this from years
I have always fookedat question of neutrality of 1818, to prevent the fitting press be established at Washington, not only mouth
Bar, for which, oA'in;* to their deeper months nd 1 te ftne of "Oh dear what
one "standpoint, aril that is, that in the who have over, a-dancing- ,can
draught, they would not be so well adapted oat of illegal! exp Jitions. Mr. Yulee! of the to set forth the rights of the South under sere .'
whole of the country which it is
propose; and and in of be'TIie'New "
hupdred sixty acres case the matter r-
'0: to give territorial: ,ojjrnmjnts, slavery is as our lighter boats. Senate,.clcl for an inquiry into the authority the Constitution, but to expose the disorgan- one ; ( 1 ( ,

: impossible. If all restActions! : were removed, These are advantages in the inland passage upon which the action of th administration i/.ing tendencies of imported socialism. We the death of the soldier so entitled 1' the Yor J orrespoadeirt'of: ;the:|5arannafi -
? which are not less appreciated: by the land the'warrant to be 'issued favor .
and of fiv 'hundred dollars for bounty i
a premium ; was based, alleging that it was unjustified have no fears that it will foster sectional divisions News.'! $ :ting on the 24th'nlfl'bfthe

every New Mexico grown man and keep icfTeteJ them to ten take years slaves! no to travelling public than of which by our the'steamboatownersadvantages Xorher &c., which Mr. Webster promptly ; for, to have influence, it must be of.his.. .wiow or children. expedition ait?* out by Grinnell,of/NeV/

sensible man wpuju take one there, for the invalid must be deeply sensible afer rolling and conclusively answered in a legal opin conservative, a'are the institutions of the The floridian If Journal, asks York, to.searc fem Sir John, Franklin, and

single reason tat'the e is no possible: em- and tossing for the best part day and I ion. He said that the protection cf our government South and the naturaUeelingsoi her people. "Suppose the compromise] bill ta pass to conduct whrch Congress authorized a,detail -

ployment of his labor \\ff" which: t Ills expenses; night on the. boats between Wilingon and was claimed! by and due to vessels Its course will be scrutinized, and if found what is to prevent the next Congress from | of officers tort t1ie Navy says i: ;t
could be paid, and in tin: ten years he would! Charleston.In excluding, by a second enactment, slavery
team in, the South a least -2OOO. For regard to time, "Mercatorcs'1 has certainly under our flag in the most distant parts or to be destructive, radical, or contracted, i it from these territories 1 Oae Congress can- | "The gallant fovsdeparted yesterday

what, then, 'ar;, wjs ontending ? For the given our Florida boats a liberal margin. theorIJthat such protection was jurisdiction will fail of its expressed object-to provide not be bound by the acts of another." I on their mission o mercy towards the North '
Sir John Franklin. It
l'ot! in search
0 point of honor, or for something more important With respect to regularity, we think and that our jurisdiction not only; a 1 means of self-defence (for the South) true. Bat the same reasoning | Of
the Savannah boats lose nothing by Very may was a-very iner tOg scenefor thousand*
and substantial (if, indeed, to an! in. wi consisted in the exercise of offices within the Union and the Constitution." '
dividual be j' comparison with those his own city. friendly be applied against a bill which tIe Floridian j of persons had Jcolfecled to giye'them a cheer
can
:' than a naftoinj tionom-the ything constitutional more The Savannah Companies are well managed hut in the detection and capture cf vessel But after the objections which have: been. and Journal l accept. lithe Compromise -I."i at parting Teyceed.direct to Baffin's
'
'I ", 4 .point important! What :; is tfiat point? Why, I their boats are of a sup : class, a,iapt- illegitimately using our g.l t cover unlawful advanced against it, shale again hear of -od Slavery in all territory South I' Bay thence t$ 4n'easter Sound,.. throughBarrow's '
I' Straits: aM their.future w2|
course
_J ? ".. .WVght: nf ." tit J to impose a leg ed to the trade which they are engaguJ,ant; enterprises against the provinces olUUMtfiba the evils which Whig party cohesion has in1114t.i -, of regie line, the recognition might I the i i.and should her'pigressweswardb44structed .lI
$ islative J'tstriction.of s is conceded to -fls ...1 & r11\rlllpnt : depend upon : j
.4, ,.wJri.n.l" IOpn. _
.;iLl hi.h; *v* *> > th South 1 For fear that the I
who of the .pcaC npnn second "One : they viI1Ie
in the only way.it casbe short of a constitutional possess mercantile I be repealed by a Congress. .. '
amendment bj(the.refusal to exercise a-id travelling public in such a degree; That therefore we are justified in intercepting famed alliance with Northern' Democracy is Congress cannot be bound by the acts of turn to Baffin's and attempt'it in another -

such a PO"tr.] ? as would render their displacement a difficult such unlawful vessels, even when beyond to be forfeited, the voice of the South must i of another' direction, ai expedient pass'through

With the most erfet respect for those undertaking.: our immediate waters. Mr. Yulee, at be suppressed at Washington! For fear Behring'a Strait I Pacific. ,Thb,'is the
Southern members "wbb entertain different The rapidly increasing commerce which Great stress is laid upon the opinion advanced general plan bet,!fcf, course, to be changed!
the time discountenances this idea
same that it will have the effect of giving Whigsan
opinions, I ha ve.noffefc at liberty to withhold has grown up between our city and that by Mr. Clay, that in the absence of according to t 4rclmnsXances. May success. -
mine. I have llUle hope that these I section of Florida which has its commercial and thinks the act of the administration "ascendency in the South," we are to Congressional or territorial of I crown their eflcjrts?,'!!( ,

4 questions will eVer b-:settled amicably, i iit if : mart at the thriving city of Jacksonville, I equivalent to aiding Spain in preserving a shrink from the contest ol reason with fanaticism the lex loci restrction The vessels of we;expedition are two bri.

U not done at the pr ient session; and I ha served to excite the cupidity of our I despotic rule over Cuba. We have, however The Democratic organ at the Me- slaver or ilexicn lapre- ganlines : the I Uiltojice'1 144 tons and the
neighbours, who, we apprehend, will find JI vails in' the !territories. Because of this
am'just as well eatislieff:that by the adoption that the and which another commentator on Cuban revolution tropolis will doubtless be flattered at the invidious Rescue, 91 to-.af. '.4eUt. De Haven is,the
same the bill is .
the abolitionism enterprise energy opinion, compromise opposed.But "
of measures political
propo&d: -
has established our steamboat lines, will in La C/ironica, a Spanish paper pub- praise which some of its colaborersat commander of lh1 edition, and he-bean
will receive lis dea 3 blow. Before the I no reference ;is made to the
Mexican war, that fou thing was dying'' for enable them to hold their position, and successfully lished in New York, which assails the administration the South bestow upon it; but a large opinions of eminent men, the force of contrary whichis letters to'various'Hntfsh officers In'the. irctic
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o want of food; the acquisition of new territory to encounter any competition they on precisely opposite grounds. body of Southern representatives have madeno thus admitted by Mr. Clay himself in his seas, among themoflfl! ; from. LadyFrankuft; J
bring. : It j '
has supplied that food|and if the question may We understand that two new boats (I inculpates even the official papers at such distinction in its favor. remarks on'the : to husband/j $,-' .
out of that a uisition finall wi compromise
growing are ; be placed on the Florida route in the Washington, says that the neglect of the S The same cdrr4jnndcnt! writes upon an*
settled it will certainljUiot long survive. "That is my opinion. But, sir, there.are, .
If, however, an eJToijjis then made to organize and xve doubt not, from the disposition manifested government La been such as to render i it TIIE UETIOY. I I may say, two other opinions on this sub I other! subject: j 1 '; .'j .* l"-v;

that pestSjeUl faction upon the ques that by the expiration of the present responsible for the damage which may ensue The debate on the Compromise progressesin .ject.. According t one of these opinions .."It is astonisiln* to what tengtb ctjiidijwill

lion of abolition:in'!thijOislrict, and of the mail contract, a line of steamers to run out- to Spain, and adds: the Senate. Mr, Mason spoke in opposition i which is maintained with s much ability by lead a manj ad- how eagerly ,he''W U

internal slave trade, tlijse) : are issues upon side between this and Charleston wi be s to and in approval of some ot its provi- my friend from Georgia (Mr. Berrien),who seize upon evejryj'ebance! 'of making arfeW

: which there wooli beVno division in the tblisheJ. As matters now are are aa "The armament to which the threats sions on the 27th ult., a preference sit. near me-even atlmitting that the law dollars.. One of( ouj'theatricalmanager r it
expressing
: South. :: ; ) that freight and travellers between against Cuba have given a rise, ought t be Mexico did Mexico this seems, wanted Jlrj Forrest to appear on his
.. With great re'epf ft add esteem, Florida Charleston are conveyed by the subject of a prompt and.vigorous claimon for the line of 36, 30, with nonintervention side of the Rio del Norte, the constitution of stage and thus>ml'f!money for him bytbeunfortunate

Fafllifufly your friend the Savannah boats with .as much if not the part of the Spanish Gverment south, which will divide California.Mr. the United States, by its own an) giiiiful notoriety"sheha;

; ',.- : \):AIty THOMPSON. greater economy to those interested than it u.hich ought, in no wise, to Berrien also'ad'vocated, this .line. Mr. eration, abrogated that local neceryop, obtained. But-em&t disgraceful instance,

j Hon. H. S. FOOL ,jFr could be" by an independent line from Char-. selves responsible for the ;injury which i imiirht it Underwood addressed the Senate on. the same vested the owners of slaves with the power of this kindisran; :pjhibitipnnow: ,open.in
I leston. cause to the commerce of the Union,, their slaves into and the
-'O of carrying any portion of this city, of two statiieites, colored
), _., c..1cornla. The by stopping and searching at sea,any American day. The debate for.the.preceding (fortnight the Territories acquired by us from ilex'co. size of life, of V>$jfcte Dr. Parka1ari,. nd
Hose
.The steamer CrtsceaiCity, which arrived that all are Pralln; vessel, in order to execute duty belonging presents several points of great interest* But there is still another opinion. Thereare Prof. Webster. \ 'l')4) i is ..also' exhibited

.- at New York on tie 2jb, brings San Francisco The Utica Gazette, under the above significant to the authorities of this country, Mr. Foote laid bare Senator Yulee's folly in many Senators antI members of the daguerreotype orf ) Janitor! 'of the CollegiaLiulerielJ.

;, da.testn tHe She head, describes the beauties of an but not performed by them. It is very pps demanding now a recognition of slavery in House ot Representatives, and a large portion I ua fei't' is visited fJj4'1
;t 1ttpril.;j brought and Rose Tree, sible, if our news from Madrid do not deceiveus of the American who believe number of f id3uly but'for own
ny
persf ;
enormous productive people
when he
the mails and $200f09in dust. Her newsis I ; that the Spanish may this the territories, was one of the most
) government that all the territory this side the Rio delNorte part I cannotine. a, greater outrageupon
.of very Uttle interest* says : year begin to indemnify itself for these extraordinary zealous endorsers of the Southern Address from its mouth to its source, is Texas, decency af-.d [jir prietyi and.in'steJtdf of

Sacramento cityj$a&in overflowed worse "We saw last avening, in the green house expenses, by adjudicating to itself which took express ground both against and that the laws of Texas consequently extend sustaining, it, tbe h|lic should frown upon
a a'. than before; great dane, done. of Ambrose Howard, Es.,of Whitestown. the interest of a certain national debt or and recognition. was over it; and therefore that the Texas such au affair." *" i..t|'
i John H. Peoples, ed3 !>rot the first American a white rose bush, measures forty. bad!origin, which it ha hitberto scrupulous!; prohibition I merely laws comprehend New Mexico this side the -n "
hed i in Mexico two feet in length, and buds just openinginto to the United States" manufacturing a "Southern Wilmot Proviso." !Rsi6itiar Siw.
paper pubhi during the, paid Rio Norte, and that the lex loci of the Sia JOHN Fi4i4 ,: ::
tel
0 war, and Lieutenant Browning, were drowned bloom. There are more than severt So that these attacks, which both come After much discussion on an amendment territoiy east of the Rio del Norte is at this The DevonportI4k1ad.t! ->'Incfepeniect: : publishes

_ .i_, _'_ _ A on Urge an expedition fire has oc to.;! .f red rinidad.at Sacramento magnificent hundred blossoms specimen,fully, and developed.we, challenge It is the a from.parties who seem respectively to have proposed by Mr. Davis, to the clause forbid moment the law of Texas.: If that opinion the folloJn3} *S5ract froma.Utter.te-
territories from legislating "with tie correct, there is nothing in the bill
beat it." the interest Cuba'and of jthe mother ding respect reporteJ Tucker ,of Pembroke
city, which destroyed pr Iperty to the amount word to taken by,the to restrain the"transporta- ceived by Mr. George ,
: of$65,000.A ] i Oak eeessary t Build Ono Ship. country under protection, and one of whom to African slavery, "substitute offered 'by bon of committ from the slavehplding' States st, Devenpor, datgJ lHongK6rTg Feb:['.

quarantine Jaw pi ted by the legislature :By the ,report of the Commissioners, of think the administration' ha overstepped Mr. Pratt, ." protecting the rights of proper into ;that portion of New Mexico which': on from his son, wo.waster'iaaaistanton_ .

t enforced has will been pronnunjcr4 h coi nfttrcial infamous, and .if Land Revenue" it appears that a "seventy- the law while the other says it ha been re- ty" was generally assented to. this side the Rio Del'Norte. Hence there i board her Majeaty'Ms&ip Hasting:. T '
cru prosperity.
four pun,-ship contains .about ,2,000 tons miss be- take of 'Mr. Clay, on the 20th'rade a remarkable nothing to prevent the bringing before D
al
.Lumber and pjovitto$ very low. Frame ,..must i \yhb.many grains "We have jnst intelligence'by
: "; houses brought tfut ia'failing vessel will which, at the rate of a load and a hal a ton, lowance. Whether .. be "like_ speech, strongly contrasting the plan :bf, .bc Supreme the Court right of te.Umted' States the question American 'whale/ ; 'arrival'of;Sir Jo&n

not sell for enough tofpfty freight.A I would! give 3,000 loads timber, ;would Lpez President ., the Compro i8. He ex of. of ,avellde'presentpossession Franklin and.hq',1.4ebed at the'Sandwich, Is*
the condition of Cuba like \vit the
Washington or of and bene
meeting of the militants of San. Francisco -: require 2,000 trees, of seventy fve'years' hS property enjoy lands. They place immediately
was held on the |9th ult. to fix' the growth. It has also been that of the colonies in '76, (an inflated' comparison pressed his surprise and regret at the, pereistence" fits of! if, i oid take i to- tlie .Territo. alter they anchoted fter airabs nce-aI'flve

value of gold deist atm' 16 to $17, but, it a not morethan' forty oaks,.(Containing' a i which & iti r.dim" seems, 'fond of the' President' in his view and ries" ____ yeai s. They have? &vered the North west
)
._;; does not appear jo be iv H received., load and a half of timber in,each", 'cl stand of indulging.in,) weventure, tp sy.the administration in illustrating the: superiority of the Compromise Opinions of,Democratic Doctors. passage; mostfproliibly they barebeen:.:
Business generallyimproved < Ithough dull, ,has upon one acre,fifty are,required, r said the President: frozen in mw-lje of"the
pro.ut '.has done its proposed only to The:' $'is 'for the up tbEll part passage
4' the oaks fpr every,,, -only duty, and< /I Ili every n
:
little Prcgoods for all
kinds'of necessary ; The of the
i i three
6\.enty-10\ yejikt captain
!
_ heal one bleeding.wound of the country, Whig party,and I nothing for,the South! for nearly
great
are still very h : gun ship.-[Railway gazin.l! .t, KrionvViiUAu'C 'what is due to the real l interest of the A'merj haler informed; uilfet Sir John -Franklindespatched

_4 t The river Sacrame is again very high, PRESTOsr; ,' Ine'illuftribus' j lean(people#,.f course lowards'the Cuba leaving unstaunched, while the Compromise Slavery with.Taylo'risail is of ,no: importance The;'Union, is'comparison'edited by his fifst itendnt oYer'the Isth

: and an overflows md entarilj looked for. Senator, has resignedthe P PresidericV bf'th'e; '.'patriots..n t ,) to excite the rep bli.- healed ;every'\vound: 'He ,challengedany Father R'tcbie' 'a vet 'rn' peinocrat' ?. His mus'to; sail ImnfedidtOy 1for' ': England with
4I No alteration hatf tak< fl place in the leading l fnendpf i /tie .President! to" defend his the intelligence;*;! }" -- '. ;--!
University of South Carolina, to, take fTt can sympathy of' our people in. regard toCibaespeciaIy ; 5 whole .bi! r (professionar! : life, exceed- I __. ov,
4 articles.4s In pro ision a slight improvement at the next meeting of' he'Trusteesl't :in''December as many .of those who have plan. : ,,' ingthat ofallfiis. co .peer rs'hisbeen: devoted LATE.L PcucAo'TheAii.j1Ij..tQ; .-fti t (-.4 th.
Vv i
h perceptiWe. ,, VCpntipued iIity'byhmmas is'.assigned.. Mr 'Sonic of Louisianamade purelytri'pitics. He is'a'gbod ::
; effort
embarked her ; a strong SOlth.
The business:of ,trifaportin "*' workpf. amelioration areAdiericaii London r.rWpobliirtby Leonrd -
ii"tb
passengers ; Qaartwly'R
the'reason "" ernor,!while! ,tfie"editortof J. thentetfi! n'eeradvocates'
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t ,. :to the Cbagresi iyer \$.ast,,going into the .j ,. officersof, high rep'eciabilityanchivalry ,< gainstthO'C: pioiand\ was replied Northern still Scott &'Co.;jtfcA JVoti,baa!-itertwd.

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It was |;. l 0 l tairi.Mrong.hope, of,,a'ful:, One :of the fruits nf that,, long ago.tar.-fore and brMt.; Clay, t : ,:: '', ;,". Liopirdi fMemobi' Ho, QfBI&nbrg
r.; >report i4e| healthy'. at war s.na&elDu.1D4EighteenthCenti
very pardon, "A gentjem'an ,who Jiad.ist4 j.the .jr-rr-' :--_-: 5- The.\Yashington J and History ofPrTsi&t1Eth5
.tofd ,
Panama t th'rb'w to
has been
and the ( : back'"upon"thecountry ,
sirtw a-n now due and ; : Uninwhlch' ..
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F'4 condemned 'observed to the editor ofthat" o Gen 'Narciso issued : : P .
:those there will uke Mftiersons man,. ,: : Lopez two proclamations be a sterling fri nd of \ handsof
}r*: ,passage: The mzmbei.lfAmericaus,1rana.acting ? wailing/or paper t1p he never' iaw, s o heeruI'dpleasaAt a body'of men wnibr've no taste on the occasion of his recent attempt Mr. Ritchie, since it baa ben Lurked.. ib '&'GQ I n'1 CotIeIe._' ;
a i/i .b'is".lifej | ,.hierniblenessoLliieposition e : military! exploits, with '- t', flf
| foraIY.thing ,
'. basioess si FaU na hadgreatly .in'creased. i.cn8 dtpn except on Cuba-one "To the Soldiers of the Liberating -. aswishyvasbyontbequ; of Southern ; : t "
*] : .- which 'theyhave!: become enamored, ,aid rights the, rankest .could ;. rqu cvosrty.
; } a aboltonst '
of Cuba!' ,td his
Army previous departure inighti FaiI5 L FI tQUarlerfr Dr" orSt.u.Ues.
iTht steamer Teunwfcle, Cole arrived! ,. who'willbe': l embarrass dere.-.Georgiz q# '
at t An extractbf a.J lettei from"8ah1Franclscb{ nnd.ed1"to: any from New Orleans,' and"the other e : abstracted fryfrom 0&J&t Rstj ;

T April21./..Panama.Chi. She nth brpfe M |y;ht left, about San,$;Franc/88OOj j is/ dated7 March::'29th' 'inf. the Express,' states I future !! t : omp! ;with :"l'o the.Soldiers! ,of'the.Spanish.;Army," ds, 'Tni'S ,Vi Y'C. ,aoiisi-LTlje'. '," ., 'wai-! with.- .. c.1.l, .' ,.j
J I ". of gold dust on Iiigbtnd 132 passengerp and 1hatlumberJ'actualIyseHs; being abandonc, rsh.lpperS| I .onr J laws and,treaties* J,*Against*! *i.tnts'snfrlV,* i-j**! M i ij tributed'afterjbia,l landing ntbe1laOdCONFTVTONpJ'INTUCKT ington Union i ., of the.26th says_: '' ; 1'i'Udbook., 'f 1., e\u... ;.

aDd.the U. 8. Mail, i iawbarge of Mr. VVm! at,was.$40anditM? novv i may be hard,:for'any administration.Jo .j'Tbe>'signs in])the Sena.te.are'more' cheer ham.\S. .l rb4AWIt ioiay'apressioni I .B..

1 .WiGallovr, U. 8IMa&geat.: a Nioetydays drug at $6 a ago 7,50 per bbl, or bag, A greatinistakejs *tehdr*** ; tut' i it-will liardlyIoose reliance f upon t :k ', .-- The'people .ing' Yc are assured by several 'intelligent i ig ot.Centra',sSoathsra*"* Eaop7
II|' Tbe papers .xpre&ffhemseres! in indijc 'ultt&iate J 1 the', entlemethat the adjustment' VniHam..Edwsj-- r. A '
I : madeby.supppsjng/ } have the gopdt ]lldgrof; people, of Kentucky were |ast'weeklrequired proposed :j by: .
I' ': Jnant terms at what tbmcall'I!' unwarrant+ of.wpneyj. itt, all :remitted as plO\Y. ,
!ted interference of the QwltctoT' of.San Frao- express pols atewth same moications aHA.tha.1 r the Wi>h&ve{itlao: i reej.Nol3 i iDioUonary o tApetpa't
Cisco with the City aatilrities,'and call upon ,;*There, ae.(OO *ail, yps.el. ;J l I 'by that people'inT848: ,,;wnea,.the; accepting c ) or r rejecting j 'the'Constitution lrme', signs'are.decidedlybelterjn'the: i: JJousa.-. 'of MscbsEng1n.Wodr,4dEa'
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I; .' : tbe people'to tnaeniaij|aeirf{independence.'and pn.lone.' ; i 'i:jrg ,, .' i" ': ,'f deliberately set aside' an administration thatlti" last fall by ConYenlioa.. duly : lect This; i improvement Jn th'entimtPLThet'o g weering. ., ".' ,t\lJ''A.fJ.Y'r ,

;' support their eo ion.. '..' ) Ii,' -' ;i4fla.;i.;;(\.:;. 't t-"L(Q "Ii'.' 1iorse, 'i a.pddnv J; o neia cCd th e, d zzingt ebeme ,! that purpose;'i j The. returns of the. .vote, Houses-is "attributed!. tohe ; PTpse Abe the fourth"i' a nil" 1DRU117P

-i4; ,t.: .'. 8enwnewd.gl n r.belnd1&Covd*re" I, .9.v.e ,s b. ( '. H .:g stQP'' ''.i .,,! ace-whh l s f to' far/as; .r eiTedj{ leavein6)Jreasont'to'd6ubt i ) 1 modifications, which are '.r ; Ucafioa,; issued_,.) ; 1 ; $i'-
r Placerrille, ivb7f4.' ;: laborers gett one against de for the''people'nave I 4 'liei. ;t ? have' bers.to,the systems-It W.pnlyowjng.tp' the, ATlw.Daj t t&r, ,, .

:" .cb: .. pound of gold a dny '\' 'ese are said to beJovcred. pee and de railroad starts'an tour 'ago."t"Yaw. 71 promote | of ft tecounyjpiu.2,' 'thh"he people, : tie the abors'of.the i' I: <' ." fact,**;that.. 'U.the, ,voice'of ti V-H !tha S-is people! ;,, \.coniing* v .* UOhQt.erature 4
ing opposite policy. byalarge l favor of it." A1 '
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At a 'meeting 'ol the Vifs of'Duvalotice ton Mitchell'Morgan, Sari il::anc1.tthtee. Dot my Ufc. ,I most cheerfully. recommend 1& as .- .-,- -, .- -- I'" L

held In .tthe The, Washington. correspondent of.the.Sajannah -. hundred and fifty rank and file. Lh1:0,4: article' extent, for" the..puriScAtien. .of.the I D. PPLETO lta"'I' ;: IT

county, pursuances' Georgian.."Ogtethorpe," (a Democrat The last Regiment which...left this port '.YonrVinoit. Jutri MO.UX. Hayg conu orr "

Court,House on SaturJ 1st nCapL familiar to Florida politicians, and.who was commanded by Col. Ni J.,..Bunch formerly rcjpcctfnlly'v ImfParts"; :T.t.

JOlIN G. SMITH i nanlmouslygress has until of late exercised an important trust a member oCongresa1.from, Tennessee ULCER. THROAT. A I DIctIoay), -

called" to,.the Chair and .VB DJUW with Peter Smith,'son of Judge Pjckney oticnN.. r'Oei.'l846.
Ht for oar State at Washington,) thus writes on Smith,of Mississippi, Maj; Capts, A,..Mtz- Me si A.B.'ft Dl: SASM;'GenUemen -FeeV MACHINES WORM AND MECB _

ajpoea&eretary. ? the 16th nit. It will be ,Keen that although zel, McKewen'..arid. others all!) respectable alga grttitnde iadnee me to'make.rubllo acknowledgment f-I7Vf'j" .
The object of the meeting.t s slated as of ( of the benefit I bare derived from Designed for Practical \
he has no partiality for Old ZackvMr.'Yolee gentlemen Mississippi whose names. ;we the Kse.of yoir SartapariQa. 'I hare for several tho inteadeJ Irth. d tr' J,

announced! in the call-to:,ti { some' action and his school are not. smothered. ,with kfnJ-. have not been able' to obtain in,full/ years been afflicted with erofalou swelling in my in.ProreSi": .. .': .j?*
reference :io the Whig cil i te for Con -. kead.which at time would g tbef and discharge '
i' r.lvD
'. : ness i i'A reat deal of impatience is evinced.with- at MJ throat,nan,and sari and at then voold EDITED
and the representation ja,he County. break oat in difierent parts of my Uat and bead- (tatAr "
""ft "There is of the respect to the delay i which the applica- FbrmtrlPnfutor ,
in the nest General .Astern'' A motionwas great. danger Compromise These eontlmud until my throat, face nod head Cirtt EfI fiem'Ltmdc: *.'; ..
bill being lost, and especially by Southern ;tionLCaiiforauforarnussioa: ,Into' Ihe were almoet one complete sore, and for a long time *rrn/or of the"..of J"Tar hH'
made to appoint a cotnslfee I 31 of five to Senators and Members. In fact the dangeris Union has been subjected The Pacific sews I was so hoarse that it was with the utmost dimeuKy -: ArroW Jmrnndf -' "J liT .-.r.r..M.I
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report business ,to the mrtt?&, and after only from that quarter. There are enough ;that I onld speak above whisper. Darius rit,"} 1b frmt.Li; 4f,E. \ .
the tune I h cd several .. ".1-
says : ( attacks of pleurisy and other did 1'Col I'J,
some remarks by Messrs]i JEjfjfant; Baker, Northern men to, stand by it ,.if-L the South disease*., 1 consulted different fcb vsicians, and .r.
will not defeat it by nltraism. Had:the people of California, through their 'l
andDrew ThereSs no tried various- remedies, but received,no. benefit WORK I is of large 8vo$1t eesta.
Smith Question was
Spencer other prospect now but the bill or.confusionand representatives, and 'afterwards,'by'ani .approving until;1 commenced,tains.jcf ParsapariHa. I ; ins Heart TWO Taoisao.su.upwua
taken, and the notion onan2Jn< wly adopted.The anarchy. As to the Missouri compromise :vote said nothing in their.Constitu-. am now weD; the sores are now ill healed, and I of rnrrus KUIDUD nans '

Chairman 'appointed t. tj committee, with a positive recognition pf>slavery lon upon this subject of Slavery or: ever icine attribute. the Yours result with entirely to your and valuable med woop-ccTi. It will JftIID' ?*
reaped gratitude
south of the dividing line it is made it a fundamental law of the State, ourposTtionwouId I3T QTJJS.IIT and descriptions of the BO* 'rt'ia
which retired and soon aftei Ire''rted the a thing impos- BOTTLES : FBXJBX CAHOOT. the United tatea. IDd .}.
IDo
resolutions *| sible and if' obtained would not establish be:ancha ged. The people Being personally aeqalufcd\with. the poems suits American ingenuity, !
following ; slavery in any part of California. Even are, the true source of power. For them FOIL THE REMOVALASD PERMANENT. above named I believe her statement to, be ew-I plete practical treatises OB!
We Wu's of Duval ''coa: tjr, Fla, in Dickinson, Bright, and Whitcomb hare declared government is instituted What suits them CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISLVG red., JAXESM.D.CAU.: tlngino-wotk,and j :

County Meeting assembles,' tj ffexprest our that if Compromise bill be defeated beSt they know: best; and when they declare FROM THE BLOOD AN IMPURE STATE OF Justice of the '&. useful more than ODe taoo aM( : *UsW-ii* .

opinion of the means best dad to secure. by Southern men. they'would be obligedto their wishes, such declaration is bound to be 8YST OR: I HABIT. VIZ: OF TIlE. Prepared and sold wholesale a&d retail by,A. of rhe folio great volume object,magazines.C this puhe.a nod 4IIaI.bO.k14.to 1 '

the election of the Whig !Hlate in the vote for the admission of California by respected. California has thus acted-and B.It.Do' SANDS, Drug su and Chemists,!luO before practical men and stnflrtitif thti in'annual
approaching canvass for Congt slonal Representative herself, and the same holds of other if,.under this state of things, Congress feel. Scrofj&i or Kingt tiil, Rheumatism, ekttinateorfaneaus also Fulton st., corner of\ lliam. J ew'York.- Sold theoretical and ieieBtifl kM Mt,JsK \.1
every trvpttonj,pimples, or pvst le$ on the I by Druggists generally throughout the United
to express our pr$ Vences as to Northern man in the House of Representatives. bound to oppose our admission into the face; IbtrhtSjbQtt, chronic tart eyes, ritt-I" I States and. :. Price gfl per Bottler-six denied farm,M shall enable.tiunjKtv Week to tba
best and to avoid ,W&ous
the to be supported as saidRepresentative Union free and tetters, trad head Bottles for fcS advantage mitgss
State
proper person as a sovereign we shall cr enlargement and fat of i,t' which they might otherwiM esI1.ThV' 4
and also to Uk some pre I repeat it now, the settlement t>f the feet called upon to declare ourselves free the bonn an sctatiaz
paratory action in relation to \fy representation quetion is now entirely in the handsof the and sovereign Slat independent of Congress, arising symptoms from, en tnjndiciovt, or lumbago we; arvt distant June 6. J.'FOiMAN.j getbcr U almost beyond preeed4nifc avckwotka.,l S
of in tbe next general' Assembly ai.l look to interests of mercury, AugwtineJP. .'ZTtm-At S. Prnsve indeed, there is hardly any jaWct *}tai Its
our county South, and it is mortitymg to see bow southern our own as a separategovernment. aHtita or driyty, rxpatwt or imjmtdenn tn *> which u not treated wi" taci elcarmeai..

deem it a fitting occastaji to expressalso men jump upo.i it and damage, it ill a lift; a'to, chrou constitutional! disorders, 4c.I Monticello"DKICKSOH; LlcwiJ k.Co&. &vnnak4HeadQuarters AXKS T Uabaasee; G. R.H range and prcciiion, that even a aua 4j|*ke BMet sri

in brief our heartfelt segments upon vance of the Free Sorters and Abolit.oimls. :The citizens of this State have no desire thii preparation are nary esnaeity cannot fail of<&'ltv i. ii and
in xvtit h the inter- should be strongly concen- ...... thus frous much wilcs,II bipe
the absorbing question I beg you to compare the three bills with,, ittliis'aUemau've forced upon trated all the Medicinal properties of SAKSA- leamics T1.Ti tans
l
eats of our country are PO njujh involve!, Mr. Calhoun's southern address and see them; they.deprecate all action tending thith- P PARILLA, combined with the most effectual for him to know. .
and our devotion to those wh$ amidst the er.arJ. "" But once presented duty well From the annexed Eat of Crf p adpal authors
as
whether ,
they contain one single on aids the most
pruvu salutary productions, the most and se1'eompriaM in ihtew.i\ .. .
conflict of opinion and the storiawf sect.onal. with the Joctr.nr; lai.i aj interest is plain! ;: -we stand alOftt. ,
incompatible .ovru 11\ potent and simples the vegetable kingdom; dent that all citizens engaged W*practical sad
controversy have been fctq.v.t; to the best that aj ce:;-. If the Co upro -j bit la"'N O- -- -- and it has been so tully tested. not only by useful arts,etc., may derive eea'l a4ftDtar-

of their patriotic judgment;;' tp' I Conduct the will be a triumph of the South; ue H um<>; Preeutmeut of tiic O'raud Jury. patient; themselves, but also by Physicans: ;. from the posse&rion and itndyiof&k pSbILI.LiI.p;
itat'Jeateii the following be especiaEy d ignated a
State through the penis !| .0 attack PrOVISo will be put liotv.i aid \vtiat 10 he.' that It ha* received thsir unqualified recom- may .

it. And, in actor..j.C lt.' '\IU! tLe lii>i ler tiieV.iiniit 1'rov.M 5t. trd.Mters. Au- STATE OF FJ.ORIDA, Ducal Count!. menJafons: anJ the approbation of the public Florida Militia : teen Millwrights in braS;copper moulders and and tini fcoij:erm"*' maken sad work attl-
,
expressed object, \. \ i o..tu"it", :\... a.i ine oilier siiale ul t m>r.(tiem I- We, the Grand Jurors of saiu Cuuntdu- : and has established; on its own merits a TALLAHAKSEE, .Alay2Q ISiO. en of steel in general; earpe4ite briebnaken;
Be resolved, That our rpence. in oupresent taaa c- ail in.ra; The D'IIH1clai c reu.utatioo for VALUE and EFFICACY far superior workers in ivory,bone, andMrnYfl( engineers,'

Representative lilt I Jd.1IIJ!! 1S Lc.n .jai.yivli b retab.inei J on itr, ia.: :u,.a. .y e.ll'aneej: auJ sworn, ujake the following I to the var:ous compounds bearing the WHEREAS election. Florida of Major Militia General was railway work and eoutractors of and co4trr4on for earth- .

wholly unimpaired, and lt I1:1Jero..1 j).a lur.n. aa.l ue Ai I u..i"traton! of Gs.i. l.e-eatuie1t : name of !Sarsaparila.! Diseases have been held on the first Monday of April ult., and it appearing and bridge masonry builders;buildeTh14i&1IsuiJoas every dqserii.naecbitesta,a4

that Mr. Cabell has mJlcaa. fjus \\'Il.lIIglle. I'HVior) vh.c.i s lea..y a Kiee-'Oil aJ n.a s- T lat we have examined the County Jail, cured, such as are not furnished in the records by a full canvass of the Return made to bricklayers; ship builders,m34rOTeasSII,..
longer to serve his cc-nstate.iji' ti iiis lICt: traiicin triiid of vart.c1e; of ot : and what has the Executive Office, thai BFNJA.M1N HOPKINS carpenters, and others connected tJa baildiag' -
done
] ] every power a.iJ liaJ'it i.i gooi orJCCj; a.iJ kept in cred.t time (past: it already is dcly elected Major General of said 2J
should Uwiniej.: a ae 'ire vnd docking ships block aDd' aabn
ent > bp
capac.ty tuey -"Ca.ef. fil.- be ;
In.voe ur I < mas( ttie ineviiabie for the thouqllTho have use I it, it is capable Division of Florida Militia: 0
for bla cervices we ueciar sjHdi.i E. CA -! cousequeiices of the j p.nsiie 01 t:.eCu ,, lu tue preheat Jailor. of doing for the millions still suffering Now, It it ttieitfjre knnm, That the above dressers and cotton and fabrics rope makers; msnufacio.Ef mnutrors fA 1Ip of flues
RINGTON CABELL ounhvic as candidate -' Nu.v b. We Had the Court House, on examination.; named Eenjamin Hopkins u hereby r>ruchtime
(ipru.ii'ee uiti. t4..t. ivH )lue' I anJ struggling; with disease. It purifies, < machines roving machines, ear4 breakers sad
for Representative, aijll' deem! hi: nomination -I cosequences if the CiU: i Jeluaied j to Le truly in a Unap.datsJ state, bo much so cleanses and strengthens the fountain: springs duly Militia elected Major General of 2nd Wvwion florida finishers drawing frames, *Mlo* and pickers,'

the choice of a lar! majority of the -One of two th.iu: of the State anJjjtJjal therefore a ; |
Whigs ; ihs Ether ta Sn.ii.ii IO.J-t
: case. ; try revo- whole annual frame. THOMAS BROWN, cloth interested
LeTs folders and measnrmsiud
Public Records and ; persona
State Convention to uiJico.J4> '!iU Uesiire for jut ona.r) means of preventing the will oj:r against storms outrages, The d.sea!es for which this article i is recommended Governor and Cammander'm- ),;. in sewing machinery; ttfitor and eaata

the continued services ot M J 1i t C b:1J is unnecessary -. the majority from beco;n.iii a law, or Cali.. and is very unbecoming the dignity, patriotism are those to which it is known By the GonrnorttestL cable manufacturers; cutting ait4 jtoraine tool.

but that it is sui1 jrt tlfor the people fornia will be admitted by herself, and thE anJ enterprize of the good citizens ofaid from personal experience to be adapted ; A. THOMPSON, makers;.pin and needle mMrasters 4sfl aDd rivet .

of the respective counu-s itLe State, as territories left to shft for themselves aftei and those apparently removed beyond the Adjutant and Inspector General. ; bill and screw-bolt msI4 "nail tnsiinfiftiidleajakarsv cutters,.!
County. coiners leather dressers and rrjs
they have already done i 1(1( {several, to express the non-action principle of the President, and sphere of its action have yielded to its influence. May 21, lax).-30. 3t rers of;great guns and small. 1

their spontaneous \\\i ,e* ion the subject in a year or to, perhaps the very next session .. We, therefore, recommend that the I The catalogue of complaints mightbe biscuit sad cracker makers &uIrilt1aoa

:: these territories will present themselves i proper authorities give their fpec.al attention greatly extended to which the Sarsaparilla CIRCUIT COURT: I weavers; stoiut cutters and mUb1 rte.ninitT,dyers' :-
Resolved, That from the"k rp-n patriotismand with constitutions for admission into thE I this much cloth washers and scourers-- eei: ; eider aad
< to important matter. is adapted, but experience proves its value, SOUTHERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA cheese manufacturers; crown; cre' and plato
conservatism of Mr. Cpit t we are assured Union. The South will then have to figh!t The roads generally have been in a very and each succeed.ng day is adding new trophies To MAT THEM, 1850.-//. Chancery. glass maVen;sugar boilers a&dprietors zzrswith JIIOt
that be would take i'4te[p as the Representative the whole battle over again, with an addii to its fame..A.OTJlER I of snjar pla t&tioa.' IIfacturIn 'o'

of our State iiweadjd to-fomuiu i tional free State to vote against her, and t: bad condition through the county, more particularly Nancy Vanderipe vs. )> Eru.roe DIVORCE. railway bar round, rtt' .Dei ..Insvirhoelj

his constituents to untenab! positions, or to northern organization to admit New r the road leading from Jacksoavilla CURE OFSCROFt'L.l.The John W. Vanderipe. > axle, and spring makers en; j V renandl t-

distract the party of which*it & a member ; compact Mexico anJ Utah, provided their constitu- to Black Creek, the Commissioners having following striking and, as will be now at this day enni!the Coraplafii- sons engineers connected and captains with thei of ste *a.tfcls.;I gmerauy maM cri; '

but that his late course in hgress has been \ tions are republican. This wil! be all tha omitted to instruct the Overseers to work seen, permanent cure of an inveterate case And by her &1icitor.Ossian B.Hart, Ka{.,>\of stationary engines; lumber de>Mrs and owacaof < -
one dictated by the loftiest nXtiv'es' ,and takento the South will gain from the indiscretions o of Scrofula, commends itself to all similarly and moves for an Ordor of publication herein. saw mill?;veneer cutters;o the Constitutidlil tights of the that part of the said road intersected by the affiictel ; And it being; shown to the MtiActionof Court chinerv: corn millers and peneak eeanoeted with
I Davis
preserve such gentlemen as Mason Turney,
by adavit'that the said Defendant resides out of .tiDi'and branperatiiz5Mwry;farmers
South and his constituents ;IResdreJ 1 YvJef, and Clemens.If Double Branches Sowntr.oaT, Conn., Jan. 1, 183& the State of Florida,and within the (7. Hates; and jierseni using grs&a.hai.threab.. i.e.

That the Whigs of Duval county it be the object of these gentlemen to We recommend the Commissioners furth- Messrs. SATDS: Gentlemen-Sympathy for the .1: is Ordeitd, That the said cause be heard at machinery; bob workers easvq'. upna'
liold a County Mass Mifgon} the first drive to the worst possible action, afflicted induces me to inform you of the remarkable the next term of this Court. ornament makers in generaipe'rs mpIo)la
Congress er to instruct said overseers to work the core effected by your Sarsaparilla in the case And it i*further Ordered, That the said Defen- the manufacturing of gas sad 1
SatardaifTn August next,, 'aliUravelly Hill in order to sever the Union, then their courseis Bridges on that of said road. of my wife. fcLe was severely afflicted with the dant appear and answer said Bill ou or before the lead tubing;linen and : ship
to oocunnte candidates i d| ijepresent the judiciously: selected, and their Southern part scrofula ou different parts of the body ; the gland first lUonlhv in November nest, and in default owners, harbor masters .' e4 ia\ .
county in the next Genera||Assembly.fladced constituents should know that it is they who We feel grateful unto the all wise Providence of the neck were greatly enlarged and her limbs thereof that'the said Bill may Ke taken againsthim dredging machinery; well ,.

That we hasrt "ndmlnishedconfidence : defeat all compromise, and they alone who that we have been blessed with health j much swollen. After suffering over a year and pro confess: Provided, That this Order be philosophers,and others ) apararnt ..
firm dev te&jand II finding no relief from the remedies used, the disease published in some newspaper iu the staLe of florId and instruments miziers4jssgiaesrs: sad -
in our patriotic must be held responsible for it. There are prosperity, and that our community has attacked one leg, and below the knee sup- for four months preceding others interested in pampmgjenjfsct; pas interested .
President, and that. bat ei i ifiereaces of I seven northern Senators who are obliged to been visited with the dreadful I' purated. Her physician advised it should be laid JOS. B. LANCASTER, ,in canals and aquetoeti ij warehousemen,
opinion; may exist as to t hp3}4Iom of his i vote for the bill through all its stages not many open, whuh was done, bat without any permanent Judge Circuit Court Southern Circuit f1a. and others using hydraulic f leWh,dynanometri
recommendations in regn.rJto lle$ new Territories Cass Bright, Dickinson. Sturgeon, Whit- plagues that are now spreading all over the I benefit. In this situation we heard of, and A true : cranes jack 1left1B. cemmta;jBrt4 fceieraaeat -

we believe as exprfcssej: in the language comb, Dodge of Iowa and Jones. .These will Land. : first were bottle induced produced to use a Sand decided fcarsapanlla.and wonderful The effect W rr.l's J.copy.>/. BraeeweH Clerk of our said spring workers manufacturers in metals and alloys waetnrrigka; tjfci plato, dock workers ma

of Lis own mcssilp they were tote with the South throu .oollt. Before taking leave of his Honor Judge j! relieving more than any prescription she had Court Key West, May 21 t, A. D.H50. ken and borelogists etc., cte.ie. "" -
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prompted "principally! Ijjiart! a.rne&t desireto *. On the final passage of the bills there t ever taken, and before she had used nx bottle*, J. \. BEACEWCIX c. x.C. c. The publishers have ekpesMeU JIt "S* _.-
afford to the wisdonU'andj patriotism of will be Douglas, Shields, Norris, Felch, Douglas. we present him our sincere thanks to the astonishment and delight of her friends, she .Jhy 30, 1850. 445 money to get original drawings'of machinery i*;
opportnnitiIbr for his attentiou this and his able found her health quite restored. It is now over a practical use in this coantijw a4 have procund
the Avoiding occasions and six in to body,
making
Congress more
Webster, Cooper, I .
year since the cure wasi effected and her health Brought to Jail, almost every work on the srijset j | whether pmhlubed --
of bitter and angry4eions among all THIRTEEN-equal to six States and a half. !and dignified manner in the discharge of this : remains good thawing the disease was thoroughly A NEGRO MAN who says his name ii in England,Franee.of OiiTsany,the matt -
ihe people tlf the Umteil jSt t"t ee." We believe '.Bat the danger is not on the final pas I eradicated from the sy$em. Our neighbors are Sam and that he belong- to William essential parts of which ftefagiid*tawnsed te thic

also that the assen that his opinions sage, though even Mason Yulee Turney, duty.In ,I; all knowing to tae frlu, aDd think very highly E Brennen, of Shell Point, Florida. He is I Dictionary,reader it as perfect; 'sd eosapraha-
of the meantime we tender our thanks to of :an are unduly influenced byi'members! Darn Clemens and one or two others should : .aged about 20 yean, and is atout 5 feet 61
I Yours with resjSect, J rurs PIKE fee had old white bat his to use great economy ia ty>e,.s* ,that each pap
inches high en an woo I
ills Cabinet are unfoundedanii! that the fact vote against it. The danger is in the progress S. W. Sanderson, Solicitor pro tern for the ; ; of the work contains at least Mn tues tha numbctof
torn 4at it be
wearing apparel was so cannot described
that harmouv continues t3xi iSt between the of the bill. The southern ultras (I courteous and aflable manner discharged towards I Extract from a lefter from Mr. Ingrabam, ; he has the scar of a borneo his breast. words found in ordinary p4es lhoaam ate.

President and his eoRptiuUoihal, advisers at cannot call them patriots,) who care more for I a gentleman well known in Delaware coun- The owner will come forward, prove property, This has also secured to elc 4 a oatkiap
a. time"ben the E cutivte| ei'artraent is peculiarly their own position than for the country, will our body. ty. It commends itself to all similarly afflicted and pay charges, or he will be dealt with as the drawings ample altO sad cL rm ,'tbut*mochanie

} incide-it to attac'i' .add dissension try ta defeat the bill in league with the Free- We request that this Presentment be : law requires.. scribed.may construct aecmratlyj*i 1 oyMachiMd-, "**

may be regarded as auspcus; to the stability -I soilers and the administration, by making repeated published in the different papers of this ROSCTBT: N. Y., Martn 26, 1S17. M. H. FREEZE The publishers are, in rh rt;"' tetcrauaed-,,if> .

dour party and the jj .p : cf the country -I motions for laying the whole subjecton City. CentletnenMy wife has used several bottlesof Jailor of Columbia County, 17a. prdleda of coat to make the rataa* complete aipossible
I 30 (
Iwtf. t
May and it is hoped e*Vry 9M dosirou te
f !iSj-r; l the table. Sir. CLEMENS tne otner o-iy your 'arsapanlla, which 1 obtained of your ;
SAMUEL BUFFINGTOX Foreman. the work will at 14 iitVted ia
in this place from which she has received obtain procure BUEO
. Resolved, That we hail 4tb.approbation asked Douglas to make that motion, and it such agents special benefit that I am induced to add Goods at Reduced Prices hers and thus encourage the'entirpths..i
the noble effort bein; madebjjMessrs.. Web- was made; but none but Yulee had as yet mine to the abundant testimony now before the ATTI1E"JACKSONVILLE The work win be issued in mefmaathlj aus '

cter, Clay, Foote, Cass, UajirAira" Dickinson, the ridiculous hardihood of voting for it, S. of T. public in favor of its medicinal virtues. Her father CHEAP STORE." ben commencing in January WJB,and via at*>

Downs, and others to seC tIthe slavery from the south. The plan is now to saddle THE Members of St..Jolin'* EftrLnon No. 9 of mother, and many ether relatives have fallen geese The with whole great work regularity.,will be nV!it$t\! > e|. la 40 sam-:

controversy on the basis of \promise, and the bill with as many amendments as possible the Sons of Temperance are requested to meet at that victims ehe too to was consumption inclined the, and same it way.was supposed she bad The SalMci-tbcr following articles bas just, which received be in offers store at ben,at 25 cebi per_her..iJ) 3Jatp4eted wItb..

'We believe that the b.ll ported from the !. or to get as many amendments rejected the Division Room THIS (Thursday);ETEMNG.- several turns of raising blood, tit-, and at length prices that cannot fail to wit purchasers: in the current year,1850. A1ib.ai. IIi..9i11he e.
commUtee of thirteen, Wi L.j some slight irritate ana divide and that her life despaired of made to agents. fit )c 1
as possible to as to A punctual attendance ii desired a* business of became so reduced was Printed!f&, from IS 3..l'te C Z-i the pab&iMEt h6I.s4.. 0
modifications will be satis! to the of from day to day. We were Induced to try your Any one remitting
ory people then to take advantage an unlucky movement Polka Do. 433-4
at
importance will be transacted. before mentioned from the me of vance, shall,receive] the werk i tjfeMghlh .
of the South Ij'/ to dispose of the whole subject by laying By order of the W.P.: Sarsaparilla which her health as has been restored; so that fur White Plain, and Fig'd de.,Tm 13 to 50 office tree of expense. : !!fe. fc Ia

On motion of Col. Spec&i!,the questionwas it on the table. \; Clemens and Davis S. the past year she has been able to attend to her Ginghams, from 18 34 to 371-2 March 14. .:0 7 ;
June 6. GEO. C. POWERS; R. Calicos, of the latest style from 10 to U f '"
taken on each \ i may first endeavor, by successive amendments domestic duties. Linen 20 25 .
resolujujin separately, I JOBS B. IXJRAHAM. Chamberjs,from to Jacksonville Che itore'.;
proposals for amendments to establish ltespectf&LUyyoure, 1 0
.and all vitbbat dissent.; : or Figured.Laces, frees IS 3-4 to 73L. -
they were adopted a platform: for themselves to stand SHIP NEWS. BRONCHITIS CURED. C. Handkerchiefs,from 1 1-%to 100 : '_ '

Mr. Bryant made a caoii' el, :&at five perSons upon, when arraigned by their own constituents The following ,shows the virtue of the Linen Drills from m 31 1-4 200 to 109Testings I 1lR1cr Str*.t B4TThDLYG.. L-_ .. 4 .

be appointed to const:!,; -. .an Executive ; but the fact they wilt not be able to PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. JUNE 6 i Sarsaparilla in removin' Bronchitis a disease Silk and,Lule from thread Gloves' fm 121-2 to to 6212A i' fflHE SUBSCRI1 ER.dt Jai .

Xknnmittee of the county th full powersf disguise that they, and they alone have defeated which, if not speedily arrested, leads to fine assortment of Edgings and Insertions, at form the citizens that of Jaeb iaj .ettahlukmentwithaview

act for the general good partyauthoriredto- the Compromise and destroyed the E2CTKKED. I consumption. It allays spasmodic action, every price with many other articles in the Dry rounding country, If.Il< J1I

tf'the. peace of tbe country. The most inflexible June 4th-Brig 1. B. Lunt Hardy, Galveston changes the secretions, and by its tonic and Goods line, lately received. A sail u Jieitd. rafts believing that a betterthanasIovthUliBg 0-i*
three of.hic shall
any i. Clemens with 23. tf WM. P. DEWEES. '* alMLEDWrTHS
Mav :
': men are Turney and ,-one Texas. alterative properties, removes the unhealthy! %
ani' 1
following persons appointe ii Zd : think with Mr neither Clemens'discretion mijrht nor well eI-'n(01,0'tbe ence. 1 May 31.-Bri: Egyptian, Oram Boston. NAITCCIET, Mass,Nov. 11,13cO.MESSRS. Administrator's Notice*. LATEST GoodS,,..nLE to wit-' of Faaey ,,w:stopS.I i t,. ".' .c"lh-C .7 *r'1f J

Chas. DeWaia!, George H. inith, Wm. AJ- '** Xenophan, Moxey, N.Y. SA DS-Gentlemen: I wish to make S..IX MONTHS afterdate,we shall present r English and American Print* &id i .q
course of Mr. Rufus K-ng.-a gei'ilfcjnau _. public, for the good of those afflicted with Bronchitis accounts and vouchers to tbe Honorable the White and Cokn nl jifnsiiniaa f>
: -
sop and C. Drew. than whom none is more patr-ot.can i experienced -1 the healing croperties of your Sarsaparilla. Judge of Probate fir Daval County,'for final Cbambrays .:
It was ordered that the p edins of the an.l truly wise. If such me a at*' .' I IN CIBCUIT 1 COURT : My wife suffered far twenty months in such a settlement and discharge from the Admiaistratien Embroidered Muslins; nenAsuc: ; 1
.ManJ manner as is not easily described; at times she of the Estate of,James IX-Pelote, deceased late Silk Tissue and Bareze;L.CH iidk rtbiefil ;
Foote Kin Borneo, Dawson ani
tneeth* be published in th [publican. and'Chairman. ; ALACHUA AND LEVY COUNTIES. was not able to speak above a whisper, and when Of said County. Silk and Cotton Handkerchief u : ,
gum. cai btauJ to the bill Me.- r:. C.e nettyYulee IN CHANCERY.X it occasioned somethinglike JOHN C. PELOTE,
then the meeting adjourned exposed to the cold sir Cotton Gloves; Lisle, Spaa Sakaid Sll Po -
&C.. I sbouh think cou.d ailora 6 Jo in the throat the effect of whi h was CHARLES: 11. PELOTE *" I" "'" SJ'i
JOHN G. SMICoLCMBts ; ) M. Dorman 1 spasms tears to flow.- Administraters.January White and Colored Hose;{ |IS'; t
the fane thug" felt in the ears and eyes, causing .
((Creditors bill to '
Dacw Secref vs The complaint was attended with a dry cough, 3, 1850. 6m Halfl .". '.'
James A. Peden Adm"r.or f Marshal
j ,' .. the constant irritation and inflama- Brown Shirtings and Sheti1. ft
.la.m" of O l e. i b-11 Cz4.tiJ ... G. Liviagiton,dec. J Assetts produced by .0 \
By the use of your Ssrs* s.ri1 F'
The of S.4ver/h-ch: has b 1- tion of the throat. JACKSONVILLE Bleached t t.
snbject !?n of deereetal order of said Court 'i she cured it being now more '
agitating the QuadrenAlethoiist <* &rftriicj (if the.! Th N. 0 Def.li z *-< tn- fo'loiz:! \. as 13 to pursuance me directed a, all p;r oas having demands than three was monthsSace perfectly she felt any symptoms of Male and Female School.JVa. ; Table Irish Lineas Damasks Silk Scotch Cravats n* pfo; tTJO.1j" '

the of of th OJuer attacheJ a.iiast the abaTe estate are bereby iequired to the- !&. ; : i4)
Protestant t-l f names iuiy ;
hsi4t t the Uu.te J I come be.oo me at the town of Nosrnansville,in Yours, with respect, GIOMS C. HOES. Seritsrrtber informs the eitixens of JaeksonviQe | Swiss and Cambric Mis11"- !L m 1 ...ny

States bas been, after 4re conoiuembie to tbe Cuban Exp.'Jit'on : AUsUua county at my office therein, on the second received from Mr. N. and surrounding country that he has fBat'd Do.' Striped Do1 :, ..
of l&O and exhibit their Extract from a letter his SCHOOL in the Corn Rosa (see- anI Berlin CqI c..
Colored r'Tnimmings'o1
I The first Rtzi1pnt.vhic wa* orrl'zeJan (4) day .September, opened White
feeling and excitement &i< of for t1 in "
/ jie} e deuuad agaiost the same ; and all persoas who W. Harris a gentleman well known ond story of the Coart-House.) He returns his derlptt ii ')
of Ds I
ntf that every.
wnt WitS .Ksntueky, ( pro- their de- thanks for the liberal extended to him, .
The forward and patronage
Executive
present Cflttee of the I sball not thea come prove Louisa county, Va. : 7
ptl* nrLzllb rt4dt.) Th sRix>ment l left Apl. maads against said estate shall be excluded from' I and hopes by his exertions and perseverance to Cologne; French Extracts !tL t .u .
of mine
Conference to whom the $iject) was referred : 25. It was coniaand'J; by the following the b.-aeat of this decree. And such persons not "Gentlemen have cured who a negro attacked boy with I merit a continuance of the same. His terms Peart Gilt, and.Bone Bau"t:

reported that they hfiuo t|: ;jurisdiction officer: .parties to this suit who shall come In before me with scrofula year and J-rsafrill of a scrofulous*, family.was are- Coat's And Lee's Spool I I4Io8 Cot4 i- b iJ$. .'
and Arithmetic
aad their demands, shall, before they are For Reading Writing '
over it, but that it was a rr ir which each Cot. TheMore CrHara. a Brevet Maj. of admitted prove as such creditor, contribute the proportionate "Yours truly, N. W."HAJLRIS. per quarter W 00 I
annual conference had the 4bj to expound : the U. S. Army. anJ! late Maj. in the CommUsary'a expenses thereof, to be settled by me as "Fredericks Hill,Va., July IT,1343SANDS' TM above, with Grammar, .Geography or- Fringe, Gimps; and Edging, ;1- .', .
LieuCot. Jno. F. ilaster. SAM'L. RUSoliLL SARSAPARILI.A.-It seems almost History, per quarter, 5 00 With every variety of Goo| kept la
of i itself.so that they did n4o: Jitruene any Department. Jane 6.-2m Special Master Chancery.T. attention to an article so Or with two ,of the latter branches perquarter I a Dry Goods Store. Persons-)' P
to direct .
Pickett, late U. S. Consol at Turk Island. unnecessary 5 50 chase,will do well to caD and 4H t tst. thaWJLLULM
portion of
the Constitution as thispreparation .
Church.- well known and so deservedly popular -. .
; ;
iHtlle Maj. Thos. Theodore Hawkins late of the i ) -' -
The VANCE'SSea but vatieats eften who wish to use He will! teach the higher branches Mathematics sdves. : ,
report wa adopted by.biWrze. majority. U. S. Army, (16ih Infantry.) Capt Hardy, the extract ;of farsaparill* are induced try ; also.Latin and Greek if necessary. '. -
'The < jl (late of 2J Kentucky Vo'nl.e.r.) Lozaru Island Roller Cotton Gins. worthless compounds bearing the name, but containing Hours of Tuition-'Front,9 to 12, sal' from Apri 18, 1850. .. ,, 'i.w. ';:
Hamburg (S. C.) 1f speakngd late of the U. S. Army- Patriot (of 'the little or none of the virtues of this valuable 2 1-2 to &o'clock.WILUAM'T .InCIuItCWI : :

the framers of the jqUpromise bill voltijiuers;) Winston, lat of the 16th Infantry nr\h SabMriber bags leave to inform the root; and we think we eannotj mfef a their greater attention ,' PERPALL.. EASTERN CIRCUITCOCSTT 04'IZOkW4? '
JL. of ea Is*ad Cotton and the pub- benefit on our readers than ia directing .Jac.sonrill4lfay 9, 18.50. .tf "
'I Lieut Dean. Johnson planter*
: ) James Knot Sands
wja ii; .j : with his double and to the advertisement of the Messrs. .or DCTAL: frOrACzr.
"In.their aanuimlty t r did not forget McGuffin, Titus Hoer, and Woolfolk. Lc,that be can supply them ia another column. 1 be bottle has recently been Elisabeth Callahan ). t# f ui i t

t.'frame the bill DOW br jrfit' forward'. This Regiment consists of from three to four single Sax ISLAND Rottsa COtTON Giss. enlarged to hold a quart/and those who wish in this a i Business' .Copartnership., -'. ", k, 1rf.a.it.Di 0
really good article will find concentrated 1 Qahaa. ; .:*axe -
hundred )
I .
.strong-aU Kentuckians. best AkxaaderC
that these States admitted They : entertained they are
new I' doubt.is longer The
mayor with medicinal value of the JOeL experience
without the prohibition|f slatery( ; wh re- left in one ship. There are ;others of the Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself all the of thousands has proved its efficacy in eoring : DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. GROCERIEs IT appearing to filed thebyaffidavit that.a&fac4 tt* ( thetetaat ia the'l 0
who left since front the general satisfaction be baa given for the it ia -. '. .
Regiment to their for'whiefc recommended
Join com
various disease
asthe solemn! compact ma< tbjjthe Federal receive their support. the' above entitled cans reside cal 1"'. -
Oftn1DW1t with.Texas re mei that these mand but we have not their names and lut.Prices seven low.years and, he.the will(Uln made of the best materials ; and at the present time useful more in than any ,rrmE UNDERSIGNED kav &U day opened Florida sad HInd Ute ftrbdktherefore. -
grades. other perhaps is this medicine peepsring .1.a Star the North East comer ol BAT .' M motion t. by
and with the of workmanship. Home on
States aer and -
I
by c : Texas of
I The Second Regiment was that of Louis! BRUSHES the system for a .change. & and Ooua Street, and will conduct' hasineai J'mo* W.BrraaL Esq ie'.'Q
shall be admitted aiilat* therein under and
style
; i ana, which left ,May 2. It U commanded for sal cheap and Gins repaired at the lowestAge name ..
This;b an error. Tbe oinf. resolutions by Cot C.R..Wheate a member of the ,bar rate ,, ; > ,FEVER.SORES KIEL It- STEPHENS' answer within three the Bill.months of Complaint or the UM fsfe&wffi CompbJaaa"takaa aconfeesrd 0

under -which. -Texas was aaesed, provide 01 this city, and formerly of Nashville.CoL .- .'.. The following certificates:received Ircrar They hare opened"'already'a handsome assortment agaiast him.Hitfwrtiur t .'lp .'f 0

that four additional State f4IUed.out of Wheate was an officer in the Mexican VILUT.O'W.\ AcosrACentre& ., Ga. Agents show its rake in cases of. Fever of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING Ordaryeertifiedby Tbt. ftl1Wa
and veIl selected .
to which wiU be shortly added a large tboOerkof t&iperpri ..
and the
war, on disbandment of his MI1KFORJ fc HARED,
Texas, to be admitted jato rnion: uuitkinhabiting regiment, N. ILuLDEX Savannah G*. Sores: stock of GROCERIES HARDWARE, lLtDtd isome th1,1skera ..
which A. -
was enlisted for twelve months raised CracAO ;m. Sept. 12,1&16.Messrs. all articles in demand. .
wiW B. F.SMITH Charleston, S.UE..R.REKD&Co.Palatka.EF. fe-, and general < Circuit of Thuds e..*a .
"or darery,M the ] pI J-t an independent corps, which erred :STCTBIM & RK -Gents: In'May, /Ehey intend to sell on reasonable terms for for three monthly t" f"4 -4

1hemoose. I through the campaign.;', Lieut. CoL W. IL S. B. THOMMOS Jt Co Black Creeks & F. '1845,J obtained at yonr store a botUe.f Sarsaparilla CASH or cotnrrrr'.naavcf,aad respeetrolry solicit 'mo.J
.J" Bell, a Mississippian of the let Mississippi T. 0. HoUtt fc Cto..Jacksonville i.. F. -and was tbwieonaaed to my,bed without a share of the public,patronageGarment* ILwwis FLLJil..cIIrk4z1aTv41. coc
i ?- ; JTmalkTUlo Cea Uiii. Volunteers who had lost .Buena PATTXKSO It Krs, Burnt Fort Qa.D sleep for! week, occasioned.ky violent pain 1ri1l be Dl&D1Iactarecl to oriler as hereWCII'L hereby oertify tho ao fl te *.MD.' I'PdUOrder
: The Hon. Walter T. > t formerly an arm at k DsLo&J HeBG*.' c' :. trOll a regular fever sere of long standing,on my JOEl.Jt- .STEPH&. : made sad oatetoi.,roo<* ...
'.'.'Senator' In Congre? frn Georgia Virta., '. .I. R. Hayden Adjutant F. F.'' .J(.S. Fn.n" Co.. &!& S C.' right leg. My physicians advised me to have the .April 2910,1830. seuso iu aid C.. an- the I3LJCf4IIr.A.. :,
ba accepted the Fisher Surgeon Stall; .AisiatUt.8 rgeoo GCOKOK L, BROWS Jf wraansville.. E..F. limb,amputated' saying,it\was the only means .-. D.10. I i1;"* &.a7- 0
the appointm ocDelegate to A.,AJosephs(.Quartermaster.' Thomas; ; 'Wji. DLLL .' i" .do 'tender- tBJwlM- ,t* ..tk*> pnblle for ,.' 'Iswrtsfia wzuoiLsanL3 .
Nu my N.1
t"iUe Con t'e1111On; yidlisv come oat A. W \ n.'t-'E.'F. TI bou1.th.painbegsat.siIideandtyth.Um. I ",, ..
Commissary J. D. R- McHenry, Caps.Caen AT, ,, the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed ( 1I1'c'' ; ;
in a long letter "Jt. ails; totransact very ", ,.ot\
7 iomproa J. W. OraDpSprbtgs&F. had rued>nearly, three bOttles, ,1 was sotidt iU eemm1lAOL'DtMe CeuL. "
lespoetfiilly .
in all hs denOuncinl'ri. Henry O. 1osteiUuntonjMcCormick,Collin Dvn.u KiD,'. EerrJ'u4T, my-jregalaf business t and befor fI had JIM m..aad'sre.1adebte4te ';'Ai: -LEW1S'FL I I.cr"
win call
Bracklnridge/J./ C.Darts A.'W. Marsh 11U1.. ,.' ; .. '- ,,. ,'.:- t!I finished the fourth bottle,..I -.was,as,well andas promptly<" and.,tIe.: MORRIS ae please_KIEL .. t .B! I("Ve'D'. .
Senator tuioa*, the iO"8CDatorun.hu c Steede .J; C.v'Howardj LieutenantsDoncaaB. ; ; .,. 1..TBOMAS. VANCE. sound sliver I had been. I have no hesitation ' -" .r't <
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,11:f 3 1' THE FJLORD4.REPUBLIC ANn : cost of one.thousand; dollars. 'The beads "Wej- Madison ,FemaleS ml ary 'Mutual Life Insurance. ,AOS8_ O ,.CAiiXTT'"
"f ruiuuoa xrhtT 1 yand Fletcher are of a good rite for framing.' t. I .b : i ASBBB Byihe C CLAP? has eifafai .ua 4ef

TSTISDAT.AT The above plates cannot be purchased at,thistores AD180 (- OUR7 USE, FLORIDA. !-' FOR -. 1J1S.A'l..JrdSHINGT01 i yonsjaua 'ejan im. LiTeesid1.as4
Js,1fl.1 )*41 B.Ii'. 'XGKXCT ., :
eomatYI ,byp. ,I < '
leas dollar '
at than t.br !eah.- 01.TI ale same .p .Op flamparularwa, (kef'XM,
COL I1UTJSDftEW.t ., W.:t:llARTSOir,' A.,MH .. Row York LI Company, ,WILLI.it mAtr '
.
.' Another Set'of Plates; for.Clubs. PC ,In.1nee ."X U 'a1I Dr.T01l' .ll SstssUs,a.aaq. 1& .
t Ttt rv\BS INSnTUriON. 'J No. 68 JTfltf SrltlNt: York: 'HKAft,VrrtLAM'8 a HOTXI4 p5SyLYNIAAV1NVg tllHZ Oi1 paJ, 'bii Towan4 Is sideiler,gad)
-I i1\ar per annum, payable Zit6 distinct offer fD'Lht, above,leav )tmdef the care of Mr.
= ,* .A JL HAETSO, assisted Mrs.HAXTSON 'Prnt.Ss'zscna leT-WIle; hi fr1mIy a waiter on nJInIcIIi sse1s ,
.-! *pen fgthepfl to take .of..hswde by was M uI' 'Fli&LI ', Continues to give his prompt attention to the arrangement -
range.of premiums-either the opened for the reception of oa the second. Via ,and. ike llkeTret a*astasaes Ike title of.DI.tit th*
Ppi
bWrrptfonV;I4bOt PaLl heron die expiration bv Monday BEIC Pm.Pun and prosecution of claims before Congress ,
: those we now propose. i'Ja1J' purpose of talnt ereili far what me baofc .Tklshifcreaanoa
; ; .. e*the :e&ririclakgoasl. '!Every member of a club, or any subsr in From o 1lr. and Mrs. Rartson's of Funds FU&lj liable for rclr.Jou 9205,089 or:any,,of the Executive Departments.Balms'arising .- the jrabp aoit-to Si Me.lye4I aa*).pue&aaaBOM

AdrerttemenU frill IM Inserted at the following any other way, hal each be rou superior qualifications, as from the most : above lo. ,' ,165,93767 from the Revolutionary, Florida, tat the OSUtUtitt OXIOOtJiL OLD DV JaMt

j'. t& t ijOae Dollar)'r.q (of twelve line)for following Rebuke, "Christ. Weeping scriptural Over plates Jerusalem: "Christ's," ample success and,the satisfactory t Trustees testimonials of this'Seminary ef their embracethe former 1& ,' or Mexican'wan; Invalid Revolutionary, Half- TowassBd's. flaMporiHa, havmf M tt th\01d tVs "

1:t "t.fifrt7aad; StYtftY- re Cent*,for,every subeejuent -. "The Two Ma1at the Sepulchre, ," and the De- opportunity recommending it'the consideration From the MooUe Daily Advertiser, Mar 17, 47. lay, or Widows' Pensions; Naval or Army; Ukeaess his"fcr.jlijr. coat of arm*, aa4 kk.sipatsM.' ,

faa rtSon. YO yearly Advertisers a liberal liverance of & .", of parents and guardians wh may be desirous LIE lsulaprUc: of Bounty Land or Scrip,: under law ,of Feb.'11, assess the eeat('ami
s ,Premiums only sent'when ,of giving their daughtersor wards a thorough recently been ; .
subscriptions .
are
i t diseetatwttl be nde.'AU transient Advertise- 1847,or August 10,1S48; Arrearages of Pay and "
'
; :
in lamented
and refined in this the of
remitted to the publisher.The .' city, ease our .
Mats(txoept by persons hating running account dire Bk for 1830 will contain. ;This Institution eduJD. the immediate" rfInity fled- 1 the lat Edward F..Tea..,_While Mileage, due returning Volunteers) .Claims for l-._J _. ,
.
with the offiee) paid for previous to publl- hundred good Hnn. of theilIage Madison Court HOU one in good health, some time l effected Horses Jolt and ther Property destroyed] Expenses .
.: Postmasters egTng. sending Clubs will or the most delightful and healthy the aninsurance on life of ia the New incurred
tW h 5,0 Volunteers
eatiosu'r mIbe L I by before
: k being mus-
J Southern country, having Life
oblige ns very much by having them all addressedto a ppUaon' 1IJ York IUe CmpD"foel'teNautu .
i:. Pertiuat, a can govern their remittaieee one name. It is no inconvenience to them,and moralandintellectualculture I ) tired and received Into'Hrrlce \ Waggon-mas
e u
4.' for advertbOM .I'if,by the following rates i will be a great favor to us.Premiums United States.. ,_ agent i th city. Mr. Test died very suddenly, ten and Teamsters' claims; Marines', uJt01'l',
In this Institution the whole which his life
ofinstrno- the amount
,
course and day ro lic.
(twJr.< linei) published iz: months to the towns the &oHaving
square target
sending ion will be
the be
thorough f and will net insured thousand
,
pupils
p for: ..,; 91000 number of subscribers. permitted to pass over any study withoat a intimate paid&over to aY. by dolr Med.r&prpt, all': the (omu necessary for ft proper

I Two squares,f,4 1 month., 1500 The town Bending ns tbe largest of acquaintance with it. This will be especially This circumstance requires from us presentation of claims, together with the rules

etlces to debtoi and( creditors, 1000 mal subscribers for 1850 will be numbr the the case with the exceedingly important subject to it due force. It speaks to every head of a and regulations. governing. the,different Departments -
.' 0 '. Book for 1851 g.atis and the next in of Mathematics, in the different branches of gY in a voice that cannot be mdend '
; number -
'1 Lpp&stloa r.r I tener administration, 6 00 each subscriber shall receive any one of the which pupils will be thoroughly drilled, and required and should not be disobeyedThe he is prepared to undertake all claims,ef

Fora&monnceme t of candidates for office, 6 00 above pl s. to give the reasons for each step in everycalculation. the systeso,.its beneficent and hagpy rt win what kind scorer, that may require the services

# f.laD t wfll be made unless the amt Add L. A. GODEY, suggest themselves to the mind of eY : of an Agency at this placs.
The classes Music, Drawing Painting, WaxWork Induce "go and do
113 Chtsnut street i h lew.
t.bt r Particular
S.i..pW wi2h amount charged. attention
Phelph. the settlement
jan 17-ly ,and Embroider will be under the imme Certain that man, given to proper
Efitorial moticA for private benefit will be diate care Mr. ; and there I no ii- family dependent upon Jdent Ippr will neg- of Quartermasters'accounts. ,

tiirpd do'tblo th Tate bf adrertising.JUliflou tution,North or where these ar lect for a day the insurance of lf. Charges moderate, and regulated the amount "

Ubittt ry. and Marriage notices,will SPLENDID EGBA VING. taught strictest more thoroughly attention or will scientifically.be paid to the moral of Insurance of One Hundred claimed, and the extent of services required.AU ? I.

\t crat and general deportment of the young ladies; .nnu1 communications, to insure insertion, must

: tt. .u1..Uoninu4. b. pest paid. TILE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PUBLISHING A while,at the same time,every thing of a sectarian Dl" o a Single Life. be postpaid/ dee 4-tf Md,_ it,'10 JfUHMrtt*JrW JWi Osjttt!
influence will be
as carefully avoided.
,, .. ELEGAICT ENGRAVINGOf scholastic of ten Is divided into IS ig ll OLD DR. JACOB. TOWNSEND
the year 1 l | 1I
Death the Rev John T. mont '
LLL COMP] iiiON ECLIPSED. of Wesley James TV
Bryant
of five months eah. The first session 4 THE ORIGINAL DISCOVEWtt 07 TOT

THX;" CTAKDAll5 AMERICAN rERIODICAL. ENCRAVfD IN THE HIGHEST STTUE Or ART, commenced on the second Monday in January It 2 I. J e k 4'a ,' ATTORNEY AND COUN8ELtoRiTUW.WIn Genuine gfovnsend Sarsaparilli.
in June. | e
I. and to end before the second Monday
/ BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ The second to commence on the second Mondayin
Graham > Magazine, 1850. AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING July, and end before the second Monday in "IIU 1! of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal F.KfRot ha lone been the known KffUlJfJi a* the AUTHOR ORlOUfJlL and DlsrAr-TOIfJf'!

OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. December. Pupils can enter at any time, and Court for the Northern District of Florida. IIND LtRU RILL.f." Belag poor,he wasscai-.
pWaE- '-1 Jan Among the many good men who have spent will only be charged until the endof the term.- < < ilimber "Graham's" for
.., splendid of their lives in the service of their Divine Master, Pupils derive grea advantage, however,by'enter- c c ._ ALSO AGENT been kept out of>>rfcet. and Ihe sale elreumeribe W
.1. nary, has'prise en the whole country by sur- few ever exerted a greater influence for good than lag_at the beginning of the term. 14 72 86 1 63 41 1 78 1 88 3 31 tot general Business in the State, respecting thoM only who Mad proved. worth.aad knows 1rains.
,high aith lagazine has always stood in did JOHN WESLEY. With high of intellect Young ladies pursuing the full course will receive 15 7 88156 42185189340 It bad re} ,h.4 the ears *f mUTe everthelee,
.' literary exoelleni Ind pictoral beauty,in circula- he united a powers which diplomas or certificates of graduation. 16 S 90162 43189192351 grants and donations of lands and the locationor a* thoe persons?ho bad bees beated' o' eon .
it bas for 1850 geUenes disposition enabled 1 3 63 and saved from:$.am, proclaimed lu exMlleMe swonderfal
lion and reputatio { won already him, at same time that he touched the 17 8 91 1 65 44 100 94 selling thereof. ;
and more abnadant laurels in the loud COURSE OF STUDY. 18 92 1 69 45191196373 -
greener tender chords of the human heart 8 ALSO
to convince AGENTfor
theunderstanding :ALING POWER.
r;
praiso which com s firpm every quarter of the The course of study is divided in five classes. 19 941 73 46192193387
of the truth and importance of the 9 Knowing. ,ea,. .. that he had by his skQT.enee. .
199 01 the collection of Claims the m"|- ,
Union. 95 177 47 193 4 United
j holy of the Studies the Juvenile upon
The are 2
which he ,
precepts Gospel of Drartmmt science and npr .devised an article which womMa
ttt First Edition of the Janunry: number is Ard when we tak into promulgated. Spelling, Reading, Writing, and 92 97182 431942024 States for Military or other services, pensions, be of Jncaleulafc advantage to mankind whra UM
h stlready exhaust 4, ample as our eupnly was I manifold lab condembon to hi metic. 22 94 99188 49193204449 furnished volunteers mean would lie furnished to brine it into ulvwaalnmtimable
thought to have been, and A SECOND EDITION riod of more than ur half a centul'-tbat during a p First Class-Reading, Spelling, Modern Geography 2 97103193 5192046 supplies and for horses orI I notice when lu virtue would be know

: oftyvat dtffmct tf note in preft. The vast in- whole period an unerring course of rectitude was Grammar, Writing, and Arithmetic. 99107193 other property lost, for whicb the United States' and appreciated This tune baa come. the mesas an

crts of Its beret4nre cnparallelled list of sub manifested in his walk and conversation ceaseto Second Class-Arithmetic concluded, Elementary 25100112204 52202237490 is liable.' applied; thl *

enables t TB p blit.bcMl to promise their wonder at the high of estimationwith Botany, .U dens Geography, with the use of 26107117211 53210259524 ORANDAND ?rr.QUJlLT.KD.rRXf.1 RATIO*
Address
degree
; [ very Jacksonville East Florida. U manufactured FO the largest& aad U called tat
ot nnml of find 27112124217
auccessiocellence >ers beauty csi 53218289549
readers which his memory is cherished, not only by the Globes, Parsing ExercieM, Hist01 of the throughout the I I' lib and breadth of the land.Mpeeially
inch as cti.,i be equalled by no periodicalcribers the members of the denomination, to the upbuild United States, Vatts on the Mind, Rhetorical 2I20l222t 5.523232I57 as U t> found ,f capable of defenention cr d.iorioys@o

in tho world. a ing of which his untiring energy and exemplary Reading, Spelling, and Defining. 29123135231 56247356605 Pliilip Frazer .
.Those who barber ilreadv seen tho January num- piety so much contributed, but by the truly pious Junior &tudir.-Algebrl, Geography of the 301.31136236 67270420627 Unlike young 1 ft 1'.TowDsend'.. illmpro. with aa.
need no aesun ..ces ot its Cicellenee;. and for of every sect. Heavens, Worcester's llistory. Analytical Botany 31132142243 63314431650 ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW lad never chanr but for the better; became itto ,
those who have ndj we prefer affording the unprejudiced The death of Wesley in the Poet,H Writing, :32 1 33 146 2 50 59 3 67 4 63 6 75 JACKSONVILLE pared is icmttfi fmcTptet by a icmtife BUB. Tl*
,
was perfectly I'LA.
liiway
Parsing eading '
and nJ! olicited praise of othcra. The COnE01a. 331341432 60435491700 highest knowleds' of Chemistry aid the dlevva -
with the
from one enfl of the country to the other even rectitude of his protractrd and (daily,) Composition Writing. 34135160264 61453503725 Will attend to professional business entrusted erin of thr art. b all bcxa brought Inlo requisition. ta
press another the proofs that the "end of Senior Students-Geometry,Algebra concluded,
the Old
many Dr'
the manufacture
ads t 1t' 8anapanlJa. The ear-
chocs the public v rice in pronouncing Graham'sMMI&ine Intellectual 33136153275: 62471629755 to him in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit.
good man The closing scene Trigonometry, Chemistry, Logic, aapMrilla root it Kaaany ,well known to medical men.collate
iSlence. ofhe
to be taMest and most beautiful j>c- life of this man is the one Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, Saturall'hioso 361391 57281 63400550755 and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He ha-. medicinal per1iea.aad some properties whicfe

o riodical that has ever becn iffncd in any country. Ciaxton: has so happily chosen aa the subject of phy, and Latin, (optiona) Daily Essay Wrting, 3714.3 1 63290 53509571815 also such an advantageous connection with are inert or use J|. and others which if retained lm
a
ourselves in the faitb of our vast body 38 43170305 65634599855
For sect re
his beautiful a faithful of which, Composition, of Studies. preparing I It fur ate produce ftnunUttnt and mtU,
subscribers, we laugh at, as well as defy the engraved in an elegant manner, we copy nave 39 157 176 311 66569627895 able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensura which U Injarion] to the system. Borne of the prop
puny efforts ot coi petition around us. Every attempt would be a memento which thousands would thought wishto PRICES OF TUITION. 40169183320 67590662945 prompt and speedy collection of such claims a. ties of$Sarsapani are so tftttitt, that they enttfaiyvainrate
to steal tko .' jon> garb. by our imitators, Juvenile 5 and a$ lout la the pre lIo..1f they are ace
have Department of months #
framed ,
produces a rear Which would be diseomfitting to and hung up in the parlour. In First perses.. 100 J. McROBF.RT BAKER, 4enf.H. may be placed in his hands, against the United preserved by a "ntife frteeit,known, only to thoee
order to enable such desire to do this to gratify Cl 0 experienced in 1 ij* IDftnDf Moreover &heM.
a
Lay thing short of, he most brazen pretensions.. their 15 D. HOLLAND M. D. tates.
desires Mr.
!, Sara who stands at the headof ; 0 tile pvuscips.. wPt i fly off la vapor of as an exaaU-
'.' ,..., KBW AKD 8riXKDIJ> J-BEMICM.. his profoeion Ditd-States, has been Junior .Studies? u" 20 0 Medical Examiner. Sept. 1, Igl9-ly. lion under heaL>.Je the very itmtifl mtJietl frtftrtut .
engaged to this Senior Studies, 25 of the wnlcb five to it all lu vain _
:"Tmt FIHST KpJiTSR," a large and splendid engrave elegant picture in his 0 Jacksonville, March 28, 18.j ly root *
best style, and, relying upon an extensive patronage Music on Piano, 2 0 Any person eaa toil or stew the root OU they jet adark
metxotint, engravMg size, making a most exqni- the price has been put so low that none who Use Instrument, 0 Spencer & Baker, colored liqafl. which is more from the eolortaf
.. alU picture for p't wr or study, is offered to any desire it need be without it. The Engraving is of Drawing and Painting Jacksonville Female Institute. ATTORNEYS AT LAW5 utter la the rooG than from aay chug ebe; they.
a 93 subscriber. TM premium is far superior to a size suitable for Wax Work and Embroidery: each, then strain this>>aipid or vapid liquid. *we tn wiOt
large framing, and will be 100
e1aewh '. Jacksonville Fla. sour molasses it 4 then call -SARSAFAKfLLA
any offered printed on the best quality of heav plate paper, French, Spanish, and Italian, each, 0 THE Committee Direction has adopted EXTRACT or SfSOrV* But such I. sot the arfltl

PvJrflEIt. CHOICE.F 1 a very superior manner, impression presenting It will be perceived that $25 00 per term is the following regulations: Will practice in the several Courts in the Eastern known aa the .2 .

.- > Three Dolltib, in advance, (par money in all the beauties of a frt class proof, and highest price that can be charged for tuition in The Scholastic Year is to consist of four termsof Circuit of Florida;in the U. S.District Court, GENUINE 013) DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S

the State from wUfh it is remitted) one copy of will b furnished at the Literary and Scientific Branches, including eleven weeks each. Northern District Florida the Court t ,

Graham and a copijof a THE FOLLOWING UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES! the Ancient Languages.The Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic ; Supreme This U so prepaid, that all the inert properties of tie
Institution will be supplied with Chemical per term, S4. The above, with English at Tallahassee; and prosecute claims before Congress Sarsaparilla root& first removed, every thlaf eaaaot*
: :LARGE ANBjUAGNITICENT TRINT, 1 Copy, 2 501 I "Copies $120 and Philosophical and a well Grammar and Geography, per term, $;. Theabove and the Departments of the Government at of becoming add J* of fermentation, is extracted awl
by a distinguished graver and which may be 3 Copies, 6 001 13 Copies, 2 0 Historical Aparatun, and Miscellaneous asoredClaical with the higher branches of an English Washington. rejected; then evujy particle medical vlrtae is seevred
considered one of;Ure most beautiful specimens ot 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! Librar. education, embracing Algebra, Geometry, History in a pure and conjetrv2ed) form; and thus it Is reader
Vocal Music tanght to the pupils J. MCROBERT Incapable of lesIft of its valuable and lIeaIIq
Botany BAKER. S. any
art ever presented by any magazine t'ubli Ler.- a natural, mental, and moral Philosophy, SPDCEK.
80 that members of congregations and other, without charge. propertte PreieJ la this way,It la made the -
And also, a new ithxi beautiful engraving suitable Chemistry Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric", Sept. 6-tf _
powerful
for framing,of a Su-cred Subject, this by sending most together and forming at clubs,ea obtain Onehal tn tuition are considered due i Logic, and Evidences of Christianity, per term, Core agent of ln4)te iianmeraWc diseases.Hence .-.
impressive picture at the middle of the be to tho "treasurerin
$6. Each to paid ,
: BEARING TIIEJ-SAVIOCR! TO THE TOMB, ad-nc quarter J.ilcROBERT BAKER, the resale' why we hear commendation on
Only one dollar and a half a !!! Scholars from abroad can obtain board either advance. very side la iu&V*by mea,women,aDd children..
prepared expressly and at very heavy cost, as a Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch coy in the family of the Principal, or i private fami- The Scholars will be under the careful instruc- JACKSONVILLE, E. F.Cotnnssiosxa ., And It doing;wondpjw la the cure ofCONUWPTI01DYSPE'lIU.
Premium Gift to new subscribers to Graham'sMarasine. are tion of Female Teacher. and LITXR COJtf-
nineteen les in the town. an experienced OF DEEDS for Alabama
Or, if ctesired, we will furnish in lieu figures, representing the following per- R. W. PARRAMORE President. Provision has been made for instruction in Latin ,Georgia r &$ SCROTVLJl
of of ,
of either of the al< te prints a complete set of our wns, ( many whom accurate portraits are given French, Painting and Drawing, and Music, South Carolina, North Carolina Virginia,Maine : fXUFTICJfS
from
OrglW of great rarity.) W. A. BR1NSON, PIMfLtp BLOCTUES,and all aflectfoiariilog
the
mezzotint portraitstof, Kev. I. for which additional charges will be made. Pennsylvania, Connecticut and IiS8i.ssjrpi.J from :
BUNTING, .i
AMERICAN. HERd* OF THE LATE WAR WITH IJev. JOSEPH BRADFORD.Mrs. S. B. THOMAS, The first term commences on the 8th of October an. 1, 8.'iO. ly U1P17B1T OF THE BLOOD.

:: of 1 'MEXICO. CHARS WESLEY. D. II. MAYS. next. It possesses a nvelk.' efficacy in all complaints art
for admission to be made to
If. Miss WERLEV. 14 1850. Trustees. Applications are < dig from hdises d4, from Aci4il"f t.U &t-.d onnanaI
Doffarl.Two for and : February J. P. SASDERSOJT
: For Five Dopies one year Rev. THOMAS RANKIN. the Committee of Direction.J. cIzeu1atio4detsrmlntioa ot blood 10 i.tssd

t' .t yofeitherofUePrillt.atoe8chlUbecriber. Mrs. EST Ass ROGERS. M. DANIEL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW paliritailoa of the* art, cold 1 feet ud hands cold chine
. ,: For Tt* Dollari.Five Copies for one year, and Miss RITCHIE, Mrs. Madison Male Dr. H. D. HOLLAND and hot flashes oW ih* body. It has not its equal IB
MORTIMER.
a copy ef the Mag aiine to the Postmaster or per- H ev. JAMES arad At"demJ. A. M. REED, HAVING removed his office from Columbia c.u. and Cngk ,J and promotes easy .It8etondea
son forming the Club and either of tbe above Master JAMES Committee of Direct ion. to Jacksonville, Duval County, and pails penpin'i o.relaxing stricture of the lisp
Prints or a set of portraits to each subscriber. ROGERS, a child seven yean of THE Exercises: of this IneltuUon were respectfully informs his friends that he has throat and every 0(b"part. ,
the Rev. I. SWART } associated '
For Eleven Copies for one age, only person now living who was then on the Second Monday of January '' But la aothlD, Its xeellcBee more manlfirttJy see
7tenUjr DUlan
and a ofdther; of the Prints, or a set of present.Rev. b under the superintendence and direction of Jacksonville July 1,ISB. with him in the practice of Law, his tod acknowledged stan i In all kind and Maxta of'FEM.IIE

the Portraits to each subscriber,and a copy of the JAMES CREIGHTOX. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia brother S. W. .DERSOlC. : COMPLAINTS. '..
Rev. ALEXANDER MATHER. From of Mr. Gaul Jen's It works wondcn In sues of STair -J-or mitt
College. a knowledge Mrs. A. 91. JMAXEV
the
Magazine to the Postmaster person sending The firm will be represented at each and
ROBERT C. every
BSACKENBCRY. a Teacher derived from iUif.1 lob fTm i OtitneUi, Sifprttui or Pa sftl
Club,with copy of each of the large Prints as an Rey. JOHN BROADBEXT. capacity and trial as during tbe quarter, of the last experience just rAKES this method to announce to the tub- Term of the Circuit Court in the several Countiesof ;. ... Imgultnff of the menstrual period,sad the
additional premium year JL sbo will like and U ene&ul ia aU the bID of XUJUJT
that her a*
Rev. THOMAS BROADBEXT. lie keep open Boarding- ; curing
closed, as well as from the most ample and satisfactory the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of '
.
t& For the eMivenience of those forming Rev.GEORGE WHIT-FIELD. House during the winter for the reception of Z>iJMjf. lit .
testimonials of former Trustees
tbe
BOCCe,
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the By removing ohtjrecUoaa. and regulating tae general
Rev. JONATHAN EDMONSO.X Boarders and for toe accommodation of strangersor Supreme
Clubs in connection with other Publications ,
of this Academy unhesitatingly recommendit
system it gIves tat* and strength to the whole body
I VII tcill aend JOHN HORTON, Eso., one of the Executors of to the consideration of parents and guardians travellers generally. Grateful for the very lib- Court at Tallahassee, and the U.'S. Court at St. and tha cures all firm of
Mr. WFSLEY'S Will. who be desirous of those under their era! patronage hitherto extended to her, she will Augustine. All business entrusted their Nervous and
OM of the Magazine and One of the Satur- may placing satisfaction all. He to care deases debility,
copy to
efforts to
Dr. JOHN give ; ,
". day Evening Port for Four Dodart. 'VHl Mr. WESLEY'S Physician charge in a situation offering inducements ofhealthfuulness spare no will receive prompt attention. and thus prevents 1* relieves a treat variety eToiaer
bouse is commodious and situated in a pleasant ,
and Biographer. of location and high moral and intellectual aatadlea. as 4ia*TtrriUtin.. Jftmnlfif', ritut'
Two of the Post
One of the and for
Magazine A Medical Assistant to Dr. WHITEHEAD. culture inferior to no other in the Southern part of the town.JacksoDYille Address-J. P. & S. W. SAXDEBScrf, Jacksonville Duntt, Sttftnnr.It '." flit Fill. Cnnltiftf,fte. .
Fit Dollars. i Oct. 11,1919.MAGNOLIA Duval Count, Florida. craasM the bl. iL excites the Urn I healthy action
Agents for the sale Students be at this
of this
fine country. may prepared
Three copies of the Magazine and Four of the work of are
and
the ifcib
ones elves food dlgeateaia-
Pee for n. Dti1nr. t wanted in every part theUnited Sa a. For Academy to enter any College i the United Jacksonville Jan. 17, 18.j tf lures the bowel of torpor and eoniUpauon allays ist-

Four copies of theAbguino'and Two of tho Post further particulars, address States. HOUSE, EamnMu'oo purintt'tft kin, equalizes the elreuUuioe)

;,for TM DcUan>. GLADDING & HIGGINS, Publishers, The strictest attention will be paid to the moral ST. AUGUSTINE. MeCltJKEIf DIelNTOSH, ef the blood, predator genUs warmth equally all eve
Six copies of the Magazine and Nine of the Post Methodist Book Store, No. 4 North Fourth deportment of the students, both by the Trusteesand &. body and the'insensible. penpIradoB; relaxes all
: Street ATTORNEY LAW stricture and tithJ4., removes all obitraettou sad
for Twenty Dd&m. ; Philadelphia.This the Teacher. The Academy is located within well known establishment has
oj
the !$ b mat tab Qua
CREAT'JOJTER' TO TOWNS. Elegant Engraving will be furnished, the immediate vicinity of the village of Madison a''HIS; undergone thorough repairs,and WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern tav1orate The ent nervous system BeMflIal

wholesale and retail, by the Methodist Establishment CurHou I or near which good boarding for the reception of com Circuit; the United States District Court at St.Augustine medlclD"OU prwmlDe.tlr
Tfc Port Offioa fcf any town in the Union,from 200 Mulberry St., New Bk on most reasonable terms. The the ran any of thM thing be said of S.To1raatH'.
and Court
which we shall receive the greatest number of subscribers by their Agents throughout the United States., scholastic year wi be divided into two sessions of The well earned reputation which this House ; Supreme at Tallahassee ; fcftrior article Tb young man's liquid U not to be

.to"Graiam's Magazine," during the The purchasers of this Engraving will please five months The first session eomencdon has acquired, it is the intention of the present proprietor and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part ol COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'Srteause
yaat between the rst oi January, 1850 and the bear in mind that this Plate has been engraved by the second Monday In January Jt, and to sustain. Florida against the Government at Washington, of one GK tKO FACT that the one Ia mCA

ftx Ja&narvty tythe Magazine to be mailed Mr. Sin expressly for this edition, and end before the second Monday in J The sec : Every accommodation will be extended to either before Congress or at the Departments. PABLB of DETE?| \TIO\\. ad

t e tojch Post Office? $r to subscribers through it) the therefore, be all of the th' ond to commence on the second Monday in Julyand guests. Invalids, travellers, and others, will find *VERSPOn -
L 'ahaQ be entitled to[ a continuance of the wholet I dcr,|and not wl are taken from secondhand end on Friday before the second Monday in this house desirable. It is situated facing the south, 09: ADDRESS, Jacksonville East Florida. while the other Itcs; 'asria,.ftrmntatf,sad 12 snf >

:JMuaber cubseriptif gratuitously, for one year ,.Platet. & December thus allowing a short vacation at the with dark piazzas, 175 feet long, with court yard May 2 18:50 tf OuteUlu eontiisjtB b after expiration I. shall haw' 'been paid. halfthe tuition for a in advance, and this horrible comi'-ouad be poUonons to the system%
acriptlons situated
pay Ion rooms are eligibly large, and airy, the WId I add itttat. '
I 4: The! Magazine y'iI l be continued on, either toA "1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates tom the balance at the end of building fixtures,&c.,being new.The House,built DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT What cause put DyipiHia but acid dr..q 1 Do 4iHuM w*not risk all know M

ers theuselves, or to the agent through to ray feelings." of wood lathed and plastered,&o. In a word, it that when food *4qii la our stomach what mhrbjess
whom we may receive- the orders for quantities, KITES or TumoM. is built expessly for the purpose. It produce 1 flatolvfca, bearfbnra. palpltalloa of tb*
and to whom the package or packages may be directed. Youth 4 Uanho.RI'A'D" Reading, and Penmanship, With the many advantages combined, the pre JVO. 73 YORK STREET, heart, liver eomphgai,, diarrhaa,dvMBtary, eoUs'aad
.or to both; if there should be both lathe A VIGO ,, Orthography corruption of the I$4I What la Scrofate add
but
i' : session, 9* sent proprietress, Mrs. Davis, assures those pa.tronising (REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE) aa
am* twp,aa the eiite may be.en OKA per 1 the house that her exertions will be to humor la the boy; ( J mat produces all tb* ..
( Postage onXUfletterf to be pre-paid. Ad8.UIUEt c l. Premature Death. Arithmetic,Geography, English Grmm SAVANNAH, GEO. which bring oa Ernkms or the SkiD Scald Btad IIIIIC
.. please. Very
,. respectfully,
and ,
dms. PATTKRSON&: & CO. -- History, Composition, 121 ItbelUll El"Iipel.1a11l welllitp, Fever Scm and
Geometry, Plain and Spherical THE PROPRIETOR.ST. all ulceratIons Iatelipj and external Ie 1
*nottlag is-
4 Feb.21. ;; -98 Che nut St., Philadelphia KINKELIN ON SELF PRESERVATION Algebra ,Mensuration of Surfaces, :, Oat. 20, 18. ALEXANDER GAUX>WAY, der heaven but aa t&U rabstance,which sours,aid IBM .

1 1\ : t Only 33 Cents.fTThis Do. of Solids Surveying Navigation RETURNS his thanks to his friends for the polls all the fluid! $f the body more or let*. Waal
"GODSTS Conic Sections, and IntegralCalculus has received since ho cause RhenmatiiiDj taH a tout or acid fluid wbkh tar
LJS ROOK FOR DRUGS CHEMICALS &c. commenced
1850. Book,just published, is filled with oscfu Dlernti& sinuate Itself btw ta the Joint and elsewhere. Irrlta-
JL information, on the infirmities and disease! Mor Philosophy, business in this city in 1832 and would state to his tug and iaflamioc tie delicate tisane upon which II

I .. Comparison between G'xlftj and the other .the Generative Organs. It addresses Itself Astronomy, Chemistry, Boty, lfner- TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS AND friends,and the public generally, that during his act 1 So of nenroa4 iseMee, of Impurity of the MooeX _
alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE slog, Geology, io, Ele COUNTRY MERCHANTS. late visit to London and Scotland,he has acquired of deranged cinuiV: OoIS and nearly all the aUxwakf
Philadelphia Monthlies. To all who apprehend or suffer under the dire ments of Critlcism. Natural Theology, various improvements connected with which afflict human.'ture. .

r ,ISIS the Laj}>,Book gave 916 pages,which consequences of early or prolonged Evidences Chrtiity"and Political DR. J. N. KEELER & BRO. most respeeti DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING Now la It aol horriMs. to make aid sell,aid <*jta *aworn
IM Indetions solicit attention
is 116 Bore ttuuj.ne. end 148 more than the to all who feel the Economy, 16 0 te their fresh stock of to use this : si-
other Philadelphia I"ntn11" He gave 281 en- ry and baneful habit all who in addition tcdeclining Langage", 2 0 English, French, German, and American Drugs' which he trusts will enable him to give general] SOURING, FEENTINO.ACID'"O3f.

cramp among which were twenty colored and physical energy,are the victims of ner R. President.W. Medicines, ChemicaLs, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, satisfaction to all who may please to favor him POUND" iOJ1.; S. P. TOWNSEND-
aWy-tiu .fullW?.wafch is 136 more than YOU and mental debility and of moping and mel- A. BRINSON Glassware, Perfumery, Patent Medicines &0. with their patronage. and yet he would falaf ave understood thai Old Th.Za-
OM and 180 saore tbP the ether.Gadti't ancholy despondency. Dr. K.would say- I. BUNTING, Having opened a New Store, No. 294 Market st Ladies' silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls, Jto., TowBsend's.On/ Original SrmnOJ sa IM
EL tAd'I'Bv*for 1850 shall surpass that with a fully supply of Fresh Drugs and Medicines cleaned and dyed various colors, so as to give good ITATION of his InfciJpr preparation\\ ._ '.
READ THIS BOOK S. B. THOMAS i.
Heaven forbid
et ISO, and exesad s.U ougazbies past, present, D. II. MAYS we respectfully solicit country dealers to cxamine satisfaction. Table Covers cleaned or dyed, as thut.t. should deal la aa article wMrt
would bear the sooatitfttaBl
valuable advice and stock before resemblance to 8.P.T.Hnd'
impressive warning 1 it our purchasing elsewhere maybe required. Gentlemen'
Mtec. Te garmens renovated
| 14 1850. TrosUss.AlachM *frtitltt and'ech should
will preventyesrs of and February and all who in the brlnf down upon the
Terms CaiK advance misery sufferingand promising one may feel disposed U same good style as formerly, so as not to be Old Dr.such a mouutata load complaints sad crtsBlnaOons
Ii at postage paid.Subtcribert save annually Thousands of DYe.IJarentl extend to us their patronage, to sell them genuine surpassed by any done at the North, or dyed as from Agents whihhave sold aDd purchasers who-

-, 1I.8.1F1CF.X't!I'. !XEMIVf I'B.ESlIt'JI1. by reading it, will to prevent County Tax Collect or'* $aI.. Drugs and Medicines, on as liberal terms as any may be required. Ladies' bonnets dyed black, have used 8. P. TuMBsead's FUXEXTUYO COHPOUND. -

to c rub Sr single Subscribers the destruction of their children. oil,er houso in the city, and to faithfully execute cleaned, and pressed in a superior style. Ladies' jjt-J .
choose 09* A remittance of 2-> cent, enclosed in a let. VIRTUE authority in me by Utr veiled ; nil union entrusted to us, promptly and with doOnu and Gentlemen'* Kid Gloves cleaned after the We wish U aaderm J&beealMll te &'tf rrif-.
nay) iKJfereyt Engravmg ter.iiddre-ocrttoDH. KINKELIN, N.V.. BY most London that 8.P.TowBei 4 and
II' corner I shall coo.for. sale, in front of I.&t"b. approved fashion. > >Article 014 Dr.Jaeoh Towa
the
On* one year;thre?. dollars with any two of TIUHD & UNION Streets between of the proprietors being end'*SanaparllU aUic "W sparS,seA iflui&.tp
regular
: copy door in the town of NewuauiviHe Physl J lU. M. KIF.L has been
appointed for
cour.houo liitim&tr that
& line Agent Uw
; : |'are unlike in
etiM following MIcatb) Sprc' will ensure a (1 clan every panktikr
afford-
wjlcndidpfffniumt.latcs: PlLADELPlU. aullu of
t onday, eighth day of July, A. D. 1HV> guarantee the genuine the above establishment, and will not
'attend to la
4 under snail.FIFTEEN .j the having one slntliHhlni common .
J We tVesky bok
.
Bed Be h Prech-
of the of all mticlud "
; retu t'1.Lli.y olj at their Odtablhbmoiit
cjr '' much of the aid owned by the following iiam u irig'Ia the Gwenup Amphitheatre) ; A merka YEARS persons, vizs U'o nuitiftfiilly invite Ltaiggfcu and country the surrounding country. Terms moderate. ehenust. phartnaceptiit-know* BO more of medicine
# Gudai by Wisdom" "Gen. Taylor and Old, of extensive and uninterrupted practice in .cruhiwik! who way wiab to become AgenU for March 21, .. 3m disease than any otsr common,unseleatflc unprosseslonalman -
spent
;i WUtey * ; of the Her John WeAey this city have rendered Dr. K. the most So much of the land, being part of tho Arrcjon- "Dr. Ket-Wi Celebrated Family ')Medicines" what fi&nnUt can tae public hsv iliaC

l "1M.Jh C.4aberf r, the Kcr. John Fletcher- successful practitioner far and near, in expeifiid the do Grant, and part of a tract of LIJ knotn si (itaixtard aud popular remedied,) to forward their NEW RESTORATIVE they are receiving a genuine Kieattne medlehw codtalnlon -
'wil .,b'tie,tbDitZk'aeparate 'engra viugs, we treatment. of au diseases of a Levy's 20,000 nr'tract, levied ) i lie : address. all ihe vlflnesf the articles used IB prepuiaf It,

fl1 count ki'oily on pr nluia.Tw Persons afflicted with ulcers upon private the body nature.throat erty of Moses Levy and others;Lin.li trol- Soliciting the patronage of Dealers, we respect BOWLING ALLEY,.BILLIARD SALOON, tier sad them which fie are AGEN Inca** Me of chaD,, which might lea-
for dollars and two of the ted on day of sale. remain J of Disease Instead of health*
: *copies ;Br. any or legs, pains in the head or bones, snercuriafrbeunatuizn. fully "c. But what else shoo l#be expected(romoM..knows
S
p abere prints to eceb Mibscriber.t strictures,. gravel, disease'arising So much of a 6,000 acre tract of laud known J. N. KEiiLER & BRO., nothing compantlTelT of medicine or disuse; It require
.'Five copies tor Jte !oDafs,and an extra copy of from youthful excesses or impute of the blood, as the Atkinson and Clark CraDt. lying between : Wholesale Druggists., M!294 Market St., HHHE SUBSCRIBER hss just opened on BAT *a person of WHS*experience to cook sad mm n
4 tBkaa4anyfrooftb.abovoengraviagato whereby the constitution enfeebled, Newuansville and 6'antafee and supjased to Sept. 27-ly *' Philadelphia. JL :TEEET, North side, tee door from the cor- even a common deee jt(meal. How mesh mess tancc
:ths1iscss*.u.tbitL'.w. __ : are all treated with b belong to, John M. Berrien; also so of the ner of Liberty street,a KESTO ATIVK, Uowu.ia lassie:that the pe&NU Tnamfictarf saeififiae
.tj epie. rt; nt.? oollari, and an extra He who places aucl'under the of Dr. K. land owned by the eBtat of D.L.:Clinch,adverse Colombia Coantjr Tax -.colleetor' Sale. ALLEY, and ,BILLIARD &.'. The Establish Ip for TT -0 .: -

*' p7aftt B okah4_ J'.lMuoC_ above entiDe may religiously confide bis cr a .' grant; being 1 limits of,the Arredondo went has been fitted np entirely new, and is open WZAX rrouAca;iiTD zHrxnum tranacs .
'I i -- .. -J > the Club. man,and confidently I his skill a gente' Grant, and lying near Paine's prairie;!also so 'virtue of the power vested in me by law ]I for the reception of visitors at the usual hours. should know well tt<$acdleal propernce CC plants taaeest
nl"1p & BT manner of secnrfP.nd eeoeeatratHif their heaflBX
a'i A.zy a amnAbig 6.doll4ra in advance much of the land
't1 I" clan. ,_ owned, or formerly represented shall expose for sale, in front of the Court TilE BAR virtues also aa extiv ve knowledfe of t eneteesdia-
.: 15)4& Vs!,will- be entitled.. to *Ot:7-: Persons at a distance may address ,Dr. 'K by S. D. or D. S. Corbitt, being part of .tract. of House door, in the Town Alligator, on the firs Has been- supplied'with the choicest eases which afleet tk liamaB syiteia aid how to adapt

I S7rOfthOahSagrarings.. by letter,'(port-paid,) and be cured at home. lau kw a Levy's 30,000 acre tract; also M Monday in July next, the following described beverages to suit palate.will be liquors r ; and rmedie to these diiiiSI .
.. ; :riia12 : PACKAGE ,of -MEDICINES, DIREC 2 11, range 19, section 14 township property, or so much thereof as will pay the State with despatch. The every delicacies of Prepared lilt to arrest ftefanpfa.the unfcrhtnste too BOUT
the
4' leffer*. 10 20 section 11 season will balm Into woasded.O' .to kindle hope la la*demnJrlaf -
.' TONS, &0.forwarded by sending a remittance, township 11, range 21, and County tax due' thereon for the year 1849 be at all times
Per twmty doQataia ad'va fJe,tea copies of thetfsiIy'asskwilIL np secure from.from DAMAGE OR CU. section 12, township 11, range 21, levied and the necessary expenses incident thereto,vii: ;. supplied. bceoen.te i M bM e.health aad. Moon sad Ttfac
fcent W of either ofrtto the of Isaac Frost also section a ,Tbf>.PlUlard Table, Into Ute eraalMd and n, sad to banish InnrisUv that
oepy RIOSITY.fXJBooksellers. : property ; 1 140 acres first rate land lying above the Town of DL JACOB .TOWNSKND has BOUGJIT'aad
afcsrs aMgaiflec
.: ,ud u extra vtfj at the Lady'a Book and an raisers and othe ,wil the above, aton 6, townshfp9,rule 19, tailed and 2, Section 7, Township 1, South of Range 12 is of the most beautiful construction. with_, air ud< Grand Ual'nal Concentrated
a Iplied
l sfflrrfairt ,the (?b *eeading the (mb.-They w at r lw,rates. '. property of Wm. Thorn, trustee; also 1 7 of East; nfow or lately, belonging to the. estate of India rubber cushions. :
t fa aa eetoctwklek they r S the land of the > > < '
eases please. being '
,
part
east Taos. .
Aredono gran Livingston,deceased. Tbe Bowling Pins and the mesh as&p the eif
. BallsArealsp within knowledge art who used
.For fUftj d.Dars> Je, will send ten copies of the by MalF. Lewis, wife .' Lekisand ., ,, ,-A,:J,, T. WRIGHT,, Just from the'workman 4.that they Buy liisj, aad.kaow, by Joyftd siperleTue,
rfi eiik.M. AIx1yoiea' r aay of tM a\oro en- NOTICE.. ., George M, Payne, agent for John II. Sheriff and &-O/4o Tax Attestor for the and every convenience J* > 0'
Lewis;sections pointed out on of sale} also entertainment and comfort of gush TraxisccB ht .
day so and.youtctor Columbia been .* Power to UeaIie1paOff1c18
heretofore of has '
be
: .'aZkp1t1uuLbeThIJ1II.! Th'ep hP, existing much of the land, being part the'Arredondo County., provided.: -
:r' tady'jiBooktweaty-nre 4, .. the undersigned"',"f th conduct. of. Grant, owned by the heir of.Nathanltl Wells, Alligator- April. 4. 1850.' 8mNotice. ,., I cordially invite the publle to ealTat this Es kaii4,. !LTIW; ; ,
,1..1.n. tit .Jacksonville Hotel!, name, sections pointed out on of sale also tablishment,assuring.t&em, th&'-I shall spare De .
; ranch It
above IAb-ai3 parlor prints The i o sale '
are ) -; For by ; '
of tt Cox is .this effort to contribute .
their
&d efth. land, being part of the Grant .. .to. recreation. *
.o, thtlfcbtdof* W4o7" nUins maay portraIts; day aye, mutual consent The busbies.wiBtfmUimetobeooadattodbTSAMUELBUF. 1 owned G. Arond LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION oa the --" GEORGE f"BX1Vl. 'FERNikDEz'& &BISBEB Jt
ti ba:Aaphitkea-,!- .. out 'by Henry ofas.l.-u' Mud St&e pointed of John George,'Ziru.deeeaaed ,'JMfcaoBTUle;'January 17, 1850. ,tfVAaaam ; ;;:;
on day the
: n4 cot one tkOlll&e4 FINGTON. alone authorised to collect the of and hatin*. been granted to the anWiber by the HOB E'Aug2 JadtonviUt, Ei ,
tax Alaehia _
I County t
tbe
a,w""glp .grn.1$. "AmericaelgUomdraidellan -o win also attend to county fo year 1849, Judge of Probate for Monroe County. smd'Rlee Straw RatstOT '
*JIu ce1 ode 1na1'to? together .withtbeexpenses! : attending! pa said Fla 'i all '. Ladles' Bonnet Bonnet,Trimmings 1843 t J1
s hr7 I&Tg qT&1" of accounts. persons baring claims against said |; ,
1 & sab, f Estate are re-I '-Stationery Ion ; r.iis'z
-
: SAMUEL quested to I very dewript j ::: -
BUFFINGTON. "
present
tbsaameoecorg
.' _lTh_' 'Gea4i1 Tsyt.r aBd Old Whiter"print PHILIP COX. JOEL B. SMITH;' the same "lU"e barred. .to-law- or, 'A ,.aerllortmtn' of.Boots and Shoes.- JOIHXAT1T i."RllITI rO} :
: ktM1 LhOGOiSSTOIT *, Ta Aueuor and Collector cfAlaAua Co. NICHOLAS Jut received,and for sale reduced prices at the J.. 0
6, N". 1 SMITH, &dm'r.I store or -' Wl!. P. ry.rcvZD A
DEWEtS. AND rfJiITIOULT r
ait o ttavpj tVc i na'ori&tnal a. .prl 13.-14 t. I Key West,.March 20, 2m
5 ;. f 29,18SO.-apriW I April 18. 'U 7jrI! $ OFFICE;

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