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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 20, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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4 BY,.AUTHORITY. 10 the Tigbth and interPts of the South; FO far of bur social; position before the world: and i tni 'standing* 'and ,thet' win':110 tee Statement :oi -
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[. u thy tre involved in the questions' gmw'log we must maintain and secure our liberty and that the paper,is conducted without oppori. i..XeDtd7.B quickly.' .through i (he''eit de-. F
iUBL1cACT8' cut of Alridn 1ivery. To establish rights, PO far as our united efl"orta'can protect ton.and .without reference to the political pot seize the cars, *'mndtedloflt i ition $om.jijcz I

P.114 .mtaj ttw # jst .. *r&. and maintain such a paper your support' is them; and, if possible,>we must effect all parties of the day With thes- assurances HZZIpE.bITION TOEditor'Tt&Aossee CUBA. with >Ialanzai&jfca' "jnt -
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and accordingly we address this within the of the ,Union and feel 30 90 isilesJrfuS Cardefia&.By
t necessary yon pale by we justified in calling upon yoU! tIlt peo Sentinel f -
r' on the subject. means known, to the Constitution* The pie of.the Southern States to make the necessary .,Sia-.On' leaving 'Key day JilL oof army iuug V *takflA&en&rs _
(1'JTI o- In tbe contest now going On- the' constitutional Union of the South upon these vital interests efforts to,establish and maintain the day* return home, WUlett proceed waTaiyof1ectIMoa:

AN ACT sBCTtaitnttrj?$kb tct fctntdAn equality of fifteen States is put in is necessary not only for the Bake of the p imposed pa er.. by Iito, Lh Col. Pkketf-and stratton inhabitants;and there twtet&e fist 4emofr 1, I
act ravtle&tttarv to tii; set ratiUed 'An actwtaV&iiUBff qae ion>. Some sixteen hundred millions South but perhaps for the sake of the Union. A. P.BUTLER. fficers of the Kentucky m e o A,detadunent SQ.men fromthe ?J
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a'ttiatsaA. ternlstinr the "o 8cfttettaudSUttt. worth of negro property is involved,directly; We have great interests exposed to the assaults JACKSON MORTON. bf late Cuban expedition,to correct- their Kentucky g CoL Picket .
.* *' i and indirectly, though not less Barely,1 an not only of the world at large, but of R.TOOMBS, any misrepresentations might .did take possession.of$Hftfcilrotjit.Athe
Stit aiadetlf d,!!&Wtfn CIted State ofAtnerM forms. Bat to say thi is to state I less than the power of oar Confederated, State.tv .- HAT 6, 1850. faiq 'and .to"give the Unvarnished facts of companies, they we/ | 1"1ri' ,

,m bftjpm oaemUfo, That for the par half the dtionfthat hangs over you. Your e must defend those interests by all l legitimate foucnint the conduct of the,,American soV- lieSfrom.the and garrison' aa.|E' .
pose .01 enabling the mint and branch mints social forms and institutions, which separatethe means or else perish either in, or without ,Any person 'wishing to become a subscriber diets engaged in it. Through your kind in- Brisk a.K continued fQi, enuei_
of the'United States to nuke returns to de- European and African races into distinct the effort. To make a successful de to the paper,the price of, which will, ulgence;I hasten to do'ea."as' 1-have-al through firing the. windows eIyibeee haiti- ', '
poaitors with is little 'dpley ns possible, it classes and assign to each a different spherein fence we'must unite with each other upon b e moderate,canstnd his name and that 'of ready noticed in ,different:>eeounts manygreat Governor's .house **ad, hcmjs the- 1Sd. -
ab.fl. be lawful for the President of theUnited society are threatened with overthrow. the one Vital question and make the most of his post-office to his Representative in Congress mistakes.and some gross misrepresen-- houses. '.The doors, up of
Stfifes- when the ft** of the treasury Whether tbe negro is to occupy the same our political strength. We must do more- without waiting for the Prospectus to tations. The latter particularly in ,the Sa- battered pfj.WerI' .
shall admit thereof; to 3iect transfers to be social rank with the white man, and enjoy we must go beyond our entrenchments, and be pablished. :annah Georgian, the editor of which says anally Spanish soldiers.dowhity-odd came M of1k
Bade from time to tijne to the mint and equally with him the rights privileges and meet even the more distant and indirect but he obtained his information in an interview. Uniform.' and shouted thfeWrtifibeifiva.Lope J" '
branch mints for such iaro. of immunities of in short all the harmless assaults which A
public as be citizenship by no means are directed : with General Lopez.
destructive fire sti kt ,
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rfcaU Jtt&e convenient and necessary, oat honors and dignities of society, is a question against us We too can appeal to .I will first briefly state the reasons why Governor's palace. n .: ttp frUBt t&5

tSt. th those! who bring bullion to the of greater moment than any mere ques. public opinion. Our alI'ailants act upon Many good people have a profound horrorof we enraged in tbe expedition, and why we set fire to it, and the Giioeaope2 hoait-was soooredBced fength
iSnt may be paid the value thereof, as soon tion of property can be. I theory; to their theory we can oppose experi- politicians. They suspect every man :abandoned it after so signal a victory at to ashes' The Gvernthen surrendered1 .
m*practicable after this yalae hai been as Such is the contest now going on-a con ence. They reason upon an i imaginary state who is noted for interest and activity in pubic Cardenas.. the eityiand the ,
tin; that the fcqllion so deposited test in which public opinion, if not the prevailing of things-to this we may oppose trntn and affaire. He is evidently scheming for an We wish our motives and conduct to be During the day. -
shall become the property. of the United is destined to be a most prominentforce actual knowledge. To do this however" we office or a contract, or fat job of some kind; fully understood, that our countrymen may lor- our march on,ghtis. weremakmg' *
Kates; that no discoust or interest shall be ; and yet no organ of the united inter too must have ad organ through which we if not, "why don't be mind his own business appreciate tbe one and justify the other; General towudaeveri I 1-
charred on money eo 'advanced; and that ests of those assailed has as yet been. established can appeal to the world,and commune with !" our deeds are before them,and, with a proper that a large fores was alrweJ V Intelligence t
the Secretary of the Treasury may at any nor does there exist any paper whichcan each other. The want of such an organ Well : it is quite possible that those now commentary, we are willing to submit to the us from Matanzas 'ftndLHaracav coming'agaiast Orders
time withdraw the said deposite or any part be the common medium for an interchange heretofore has been perhaps one of the known as politicians may generally be great decision of those from whom we inherited were then given torteitbark 'fieveral I ___
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thereof, or may, at his discretion, allow thecoins of opinions amongst the Southern leadingxausea of our present condition. rogues-if any body chooses to affirm that the spirit which impelled us in the adven- companies were Mnt,dow4 to.th4pfrqT
formed at the mint SO be given for I. States. Public opinion, as it has been There is rica paper at the seat of Government we shall nat stop to dispute it. Certainly a tate that now brings us before them. We and were engaged is tain ttaj _
their equivalent in other!money: Provided, formed and directed by the combined influ through which we can hear or be man who joins a party. totes for it labors feel sore that intelligent chivalrous and i gate and provisions,',whkl ,bad keen bag* _
That the bonds given fey the United States ence of interest aud prejudice is the force heard fairly and truly by the country. for it with no higher motive than his own patriotic Americans will not censure n* for on the cars. About son'lawn- the I placed _
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treasurers and superintendents of the mint:. which has been most potent against us in There is a paper here which iiakes the abolition promotion or advantage, is a low creature what wr hate done nor condemn the high who remained in the troops _
shall be renewed or increased at the discretion the war now going on against the institution of slavery its main and paramount end. very unfit for public trust. But are all politicians motives and bright hopes.that urged us on in probably 200 effective up rajeiL eity were, numbering""attacked t __

of the Secretary 01(the. Treasury, under of negro slavery and yet we have takenno There are other papers here which make the of this sort t If TO, what has becomeof this iesperate undertaking. Nor will they by a body of,infantry **4' some lancers _
the operation of this act effectual means to make and maintain maintenance of political parties their supreme the honest intelligent nriselG; patriotic fail justify our return to "freedom's soil," their number being,-fr;& : _
Approved May 23, 1850, that issue with it upon which our safety and controlling object,but none whichjconsider citizens who ollghi to take a deep interest after seeing the indifference and abject timidity .oant. 200 of the former?ind general nearly '100 ac.- j _
and perhaps our social existence depends. the preservation of sixteen hundred millions and a leading part in the consideration of of the people of Cuba which seems to of the latter. The tnfaattv were i _
'.. Whoever will look to the history of this of property. the equality, and liberty public affairs ? If the present politicians haTe restrained them from rallYing around repulsed and ,scattered oSThe'; quickly lancers _
tm1U question, and to the circumstances under of fourteen or fifteen States, the protectionof are all sordid in their aims what does that their chosen leader, and his little band who made some raHant bat Tn ,heharrea. I C _
TO THE PEOPLE OF\THE SOUTHERN. which we are now placed, must see that our the white man against African equality; say fat the general integrity and patriotism had come thousands of miles to unfurl the our men were so posted iseng the .as

STATES. position is one of imminent danger; and as paramount over or even equal l td the ot the people? banner of Independence. that scarcely man or heipi
At a large meeting }1cf Southern members one to be defended by all the means, moral maintenance of some political organizationwhich Politicians may be bad men-many of If more ift needeJ, 1 will also state the insurmountable Could many have,escaped,d2ad eseapeoor:there'been
of both Houses of Congress held and political, of which w e can avail our. is to secure a President and who is an them doubtless are-but those who excuse difficulties which surrounded twice the number of hincrry .tot our"menshot
at the Capital on the evfrninr of the 7th instant selves in tbe present emergency object of interest not because he will certainly themselves from political action on the plea us on every s'de.: We ask not bat the *- to kill. Our lose --" neat as Wean
the Hon. Hopkins Turney, of Tennessee The warfare against African slavery commenced rule or perhaps ruin the South but that they are not politicians, are skulking, mantle of charity may be thrown over our ascertained in the abse te of official
having been appointed Chairman at as It is known, with Great Britain, cniefiy for the,i leason that he will possess craven, mean-spirited creatures. They have acts, for we are proud of the impulses that report, was, in all from 10 fi 15 killed and
a previous meeting, too; the Chair; and on who, after having contributed mainly to its and bestow office and spoils. The South no right to abstain from political action. led us from our homes and frienJs to a foreign from 15 to 20 wounded.'| f 4 :
motion of the Hon. Davjd Hubbard, of Alabama establishment in the new world, devoted her has a peculiar position and her important The clergyman who refuses to vote and sup- land, to aid an iron-ruled people, who, In'going out of the bay,cf,Cardenas,after
the Hon. Win.?. Alston of Alabama most earnest efforts, for purposes not yet rights and interests are objects of continual presses equivocally utters his convictions we were told,and believed, sighed for aid to night the Creole got fast Aground about five
was appointed Secretary. fully explained, to its abolition in America. assault from the majority, and the party concerning public airs on the plea that be sunder the chains that Spanish tyranny,had miles fromtheatywherejberemaiie1.

Whereupon, the Ho A. P. Butler, of How wisely this was dane, so far as her own press,dependent as it is upon that majority is no politician but really because he fearsto rivetted on them. Our appeal is to those ill day light next morning jjAU the ammo-*
South Carolina from te, Committee at a colonies were concerned, time ha determ ned for its means rf living will alwaysbe offend and repel some member of his society who have been taught to value liberty dearer nition but eight boxes, ;jWjjrte arms.and ft
preliminary meeting, reported an'Address to and all comment upon this subject on found laboring to excuse the assailantsand who thinks as he himself does not is a than life to those who would rejoice to large.quantity of provispi& were thrown tz
the Southern people recommending the establishment our part would now be entirely superfluous.If to paralize all efforts at resistance. Howis coward and not very far from moral treason. see freedom-the offspring of our own beloved I overboard,'and the steamer5was finally'got
at Washington City, of a news- however, her purpose was to reach and it cowl The abolition party can alwaysbe He owes to his country his fair contribution country-given to the oppressed of ogbypnningapeatmanf th.''1I'Im 011
taper, to be devoted to tfce support and de-j embarras us on this subject her efforts heard through its press at the seat of toward her wise guidance and right government ever land a small island,who were&*en aboard 4gtitf
lent* bf Southern interests which was,; Lave not been without success. A common Government; but through what organ or and he has no moral right to withhold It is well known that Gen. Narciso Lopez when she floated. t 1?

read, and with some )*%nt modification origin, a common language have made the press at Washington can Southern men com it. In refusing to give it, because of has been for nearly two years engaged in : As soon as we got 01$ft!jef the bay the
adopted. ( English literature ours to a great extent and municate with the world, or with each other apprehended consequences to himself or his organizing an expedition to aid the Creoles officers and men, began ioidjsenss'raflaitamong \
The ftflitiwiug resolnt&n-was.adopted by the efforts of the Brit ah Government and upon tbeo* own peculiar interests. So far business he acts as base a part as the poltroon of Cuba whom he stated were ripe for revolt themselves... Gei3l4e2:was asked
the Hbn. Thomas L. Cjicjftan, of North people to mould the public opinion of all from writing or permitting any thing to be who, when the country is invaded aid and determined to be free; and that ail where e.'proposed tf1ieaimI1to;
Carolina! and nnEnimontily"adopted by themeeting. who speak the English language have not written which is calculated to defend the he Militia\ called out crawls under his mo hey required was to have him at their head Mantua It. was then;'t. itte : y-I1fIj
.. }. been vain or fruitless. On tbe contrary, rights of the South or state truly its case, ther's bed and lies shivering there till the His landing on the Is'aid! ,was to be the signal -.officers of.companies i to iseq menwet&t
Retolixd, nantmoWyThat the Commit they have been deeply felt wherever tbe the papers here are engaged in lulling the danger is over. I for A general rising of the people.. He .theyourebrntciCabidagxet 1IID1, .
tee in publishing the Address, be instructed English language is spoken, and the more South into a false security and in manufacturing The truth is, and it ought to be every I wanted but a small force to accompany.him .objected to do sovluiving** j all enufideuce ., _
to with it the nafces of the Senators efficient and dangerous because, as yet, the there an artificial public ._sentiment "he. r-n'-wl.. tl.eaM8C'.ad. from the United States as a,nucleus aroUnd in Lopez, hIS proauaes indbediiposixiois : ,
tad Representatives rive la Cfajptss':who concur South has taken no step tn 'app**" ..n4plta&l ...."lc lo' BVUIC rresiaential platform, consequence given to a certain class distinguished which the people could readily rally. He or ability of the Cubans t 'rfvolotioaizetbe .: :
tbe bar of the world she has been tried at the of and interest is to exhibited correspondence with some of the
though
In the proposition to esta!>li. the Southern at ; expense any every as politicians entirely owing island. WhenthIS ,was]nfeidei known
brran. as manifested by tfceir subscription to already without a hearing. Secured by constitutional you may possess, ns matter bow dearor the neglect 01 political duties too generally leading citizens of Cuba, urging him to come I Lopez: he resigned his.co naad-and asked
the several copies of the iVlaa l in circulation. guaranties and independent of all how vital and momentous. prevalent. There is a Ward or Township, to their assistance as soon as possible! itzsafavoroftbearmyWTheroaldland '
or who may hereafter atfthdnse said com- the world, so far as its domestic institutions This state of things results from party obligations for example, which can give one thousand alone, if needs be.V e were to land at a him on 'the .islnod<; tt. ->his' thirty:
fthtee to include their were concerned, the South ha repotted under and i regard td party SIJC ess.- votes to one or the other party, bui when point on the Island where a large number of Spanish soldiers and afjpaiay-others,aa
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the consciousness of right aud independence And they but subserve the ends of their es delegates are to be sent therefrom to a Nominating the! people were already organized and were willing to go with biwj.,toe questioa"
and forborne to plead at a bar which tablishment in consulting their own interestsand Convention, not a hundred of them, armed in readiness to receive ns, and join in then arose can this be dons ,1 The Captain
Senator-Thos. G. PIVirgini4.} : she knew Lad no jurisdiction over this particular the aJvanement of the party to which unless especially interested in some aspi a glorious struggle for their liberty. Much of the steamer was callefetd, stated thai .J:, 1*.

subject. In this we have been tiico- they are pledged. You cannot look to themas rant's success will go near the Primary evidence was adduced going to show that there was not fuel, endd'b 1";" rm* U.the" I '
enatt.rK-R. M. T. Hi.ter, j. M. Ma- ret.cally right, but practically we have madea sentinels over interests that are repugnant Meetings. If two-thirds or even half of the Cubans were competent to achieve their place proposed.::Tbe atafec S
fcon. r' great mistake. All mean, political,diplomatic to the feelings of the majority of a self-sus hem would, the Ward Politician's Vocation independence, thatthey only wanted the we were already ; of.,water' u
Representatives A. f Uon| Tbo<*. H.AverettiPaaluftPiwelUK. and literary, have been used to concentrate taining party would shrink into insignificance ; but since banner to be raised and the first blow to be very little had .Dearlra at Cardenas; I
K Meade, Al- the public opinion, not only of the In the Federal l legislature the South has they won't, the man who can bring a hun struck. He was represented to be the Even the few ofii among.4ti e .
Hinder R. Hotla-lay, Ti'k 8, Bocick H. world at iarje but of our own couutry, Kline voice and some VOltlS,but in the public dred voters to such Primary Meetings, readytd Washington of tuba, and we would appearas number-who lia4JeIor4tonufied their
A.Edmnndsun Jere truth tlat our donet: .tic institutions were the the North bal a controlling influence. The becomes a man of decided consequence.- and Kosciuskos fighting with him, that our declined the attempt. 'Tfee'fceamer.: there*'
Car4ina subjects of no Gover.irnent but nur own local press of this city takes its tone from that of Candidates bow to him,flatter him buy him;; own proud eagle might ultimately spreadher fore headed for-Key West! We; layatao' *
Senator-Willi* P. ij t '- m. gotenimenis a>itl concerned no one but dur- tae Nortu< Even our Southern press is sub- and be goes for that one among them out of free pinions over the coral-bound cLor some forty miles iraq ftp cay until a '
R preWritat.ve t; -T. L.CJin. man, A. W. skives we have been passive under three assaults jected more or leas to the same influence.Our .- whom he can make the most. He is a bad Queen of the Antilles!!! pilot was procured;next mobung. J The; ,

VenaejW.SAshe; i uuul ua,.ger menace us (from every publ men yes, our Southern men owe fellow, if you'please; but how much betterare Those who enlisted tts in the enterprize- Spanish-steamer was.at KtyjJVest early,IBJJthe'morning.
iiouta Caro4itgd. [uaner. -A great party ha grown up, an Jincreainr there public standing and reputation too often they whose neglect of duty has made men ef the highest character and station- As she was" tciaing, out.shej'
ftit; fA. P Batle ;F. H. Elraorr.Repreehiativr is in the United State, wbcb to the Northern press. Southern newspaper him of such consequence 1 were perfectly convinced by the representa; discovered the t'nokitht 5or; '100361
.-John McQueen, Joseph seems to think it a duty they owe to earth republish from their respective party The basest ideas with i regard t the nature tiuns of Gen. Lopez and others that a from Key West The Pvtord liomediaiery1
A. Woodward Daniel Wninee, Vim. f. and heaven, to nuke, war ort a domeM in'stitutiol organs in th.s. e.ty, and in so doing reproduce, and d tie of citizenship are .engendered by speedy revolution i in the Government of Cuba tacked about, and a race cxnoa ceoViwhica .
Colcock: James L.Orr, ArditaJjBurt,Isaac upon wh ch are utakeJ our property unconscious doubtless in most i instances of the bi.a.indifference of the majority topohtc i was certain; And being animated by that was intensely exciting ai dl ctdediy critieal -'*
E. Hal!t1ft J our social organization. anJ our tbe wrong they do the Northern opinion in "I have belonged to'tbe noble ambition which warms the hearts of .in fat as we;were,'cd1DOI.' ,Wkhia
thorpI..Seni.ior.in \; peace and safety. Sectional feeling t.avebetn telation to public men and measures. How an. twenty years, and Deer the truly brave and generous\ they were six or eight miles of Key was-
( J. McP. Yemeni Win C.DawBtrn. invoked anl: those who wielJ the dangerous Mich a state of things must be to asked for an office before ; and, now that 1 I willing to offer themselves on the altar of exhausted,and the Ca ta fi" to4;
'* mwer of tli.8; Gnfretnrheni have been tempt the fidelity of your representatives it is need d I am refused it"-whines many a freedom, and were anxious that their friends burning pork, and rosin.: the
*Jo eito '"W.: J Jacksen ed almost not quite berond their power of let to say 1 They are but men,and it wouldbe ask might have an opportunity wreath their statement of a fireman on '.*
Alexasder Representatives H. StepheM, Robert Tooiobs H. resiotance, to wage a war against our property unwise io suppose that they are beyondthe Srdid crup what did you belong to brows with victorious laurels/in *o noble a were buttwobaftalofro4ijftjbeawe.reached ; .
A. HaralfiOn, AUen'F. O r. ,our right and} our social l .y tem, which, reach of temptations which influence the party wt ful Was it mainly for the sake cause. Many distinguished men in out Key West* whidhfwi idiOor3at;
if snccetfiily! prosecuted, must end in our rest of mankind.Fellow or impelled by the of office 1 It ye country encouraged those engaged in it minutes ahead ,of. tbeSld.-: tbe-
: destruction. Every inducement the love of Citizens: ft rests with ourselves then you prove bop unfit to hold vouching for the statements of Gen. Lopez Creole struck the pier, aftt ng ap bet
Senator_.Jeremiah Ce en. power, the Jes.re to accomp'lisbVhat are, to alt this states of things so far as the unworthy of any public trust whatever; But ami thus leaving in our minds no eane for anchorat, quarantine, thec4n of:&hip ,
., Bepresettalives-Davki Habbard F. W.BowdoM with less truth than plausibility, caleJ "re- South is concerned. We have vast interests was it rather bs you believed you doubt. That we did not intend a mercenary zorro passed,within 100 ,her..n. 1J
S. W. Inge, W. f. Alston, S. W. forms all are offered to tempt them to pres which we are bound by mariv considerations could best BrTe your country by joining invasion Cuba our numbers ,will show; Spaniard was greatly ezcil, i1 ha.l.t :
Hams.Sdiatbf. ,4 I t.. upon those who.are.represented and, in fact, defend with all the moral and politi. that party? If yes, what a yon snivelling nor injury to the property of the people as firel 'Above the :anfortaa tBJ veotnretsr
. ...,. .1 'I leem to be an easy prey to the "p iler; Out cal means in our power >One of the first about! Have yon not obtained what you our conduct at Cardenas attested by the the American flag again proted gly floated
-JeSerson ba.t.,1 equality under the Constitution i is in effect steps to this great end is to establish A South aspired tot Certainly, you b.T a right to Governor whom we took prisoner and afterwards Respectfully and tryar) : ;

Representatives. H.Marmaason Emile denied our social institutions are derided ern organ here, a paper through which we aspire to office also if you see fit-as.good a released, fully establishes. WILUAATlDT,. .iMaior .
tuiSereil.iacEMorze. { and contemned, and ourselves treated with may commune with one another and the right body elee. If you obtain it With these facts before_our countrymen ISnZa4ItgImS ,;q.
i :J. any the
: a leave them to censure or admire : "
." contumely ncllCOrd tnougn all tne avenues world at large. We do not propose to med very well; but if not don't betray your nn we Td.i..u!SSU if,; : :: ,:? _
mt fTtnTrfiiTj, :L i which have as yet been opened to the public dle with political parties as they now exist; by complaining tbat you ,have stunt that prompted us to make the sacrificeswe '- .h. ;t( .# l J
&naors-Sol D B- W. JC. &--opiniod of the world That these 'assaults t+wish to enlist every southern man in a worine party so long for 'nothing.. ,If did, to endure,the privations we have, The andemgned,'I thj( -!
tian. *' should have had their effect is not surprising,- I Southern cause and in defence of Southern you: dd that fully justify! the j lodgmentthat and brave the'dangers' that were sure of toturround'QS tacky,regiment, concur ia.ibi ounz Pm'l i '
realization
you the
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Representative; -Wn. It Johnson. when we remember that as yet we have of- rights be he Whig or be he Democrat Wedp consigned yon't continued abstinence even our by1NajorHardyusaiTan4nectstazeJi: '

Taa& .t' feted no organized resistance to them and not propose to disturb them; or to shake from public service most sanguipe hopes. meat of th faCtS aDd occprreacs IIJatwdlcl.-. I
Volne,. 1.Howard' opposed but little; except the isolate: effortsof him in his party relations. All that we ask If our substantial, iritt1i.duieti bnsycitize .I will now turn to the active" operations of with, .expedition., .. Ji j i, ,' ': ,. 'a. .'. .
K D of Liberation. The Kentucky > :
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the
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KRepreseniatives that be shall consider the constitutional the choice of "Army Dr, S. & SCOTT ;
: 8. ,'I, members of Congrens ,Who occasionally is n would only rze 245 numbers left New Orleanson .
raised their voices against what they believed right of the South; which ire involved in the rulers ad I legislators responsible duty regiment tn the bark U.H. &31zu% t Co b.J '
iriwu4Senatorfl. t t to he 4ul injdsticItitiniethaiweshouldrneetthuf. :: great abolition movement as paramount to which they have right to leave to tie the 25th of April,on Georgiantta t. C.W1LaOL" ; ;.- 1L1r
wrings n the island of Muerres, orWomen's .
R. Atthistk:"J -, 1 maintain all party and all other political 'consideration mercenary and the anpreiple4''i to rendezvous on lLHxirr ijtliek? ..D.,.';

Representative-James Creen, an issue in which we find ourselves irvolved > *:' And stirely the time has come when their,duty to vote ad fary Island the near arrival the coast of Gen.Yucatan Lopez, .1. McD ...! 2dZt ;..:;a f 7ta*
and there await tiEs
.xttu&ur.J by those who make upon as in all Southern men should unite for purposes and equally,in all the steps,wberbTp l with the other r menta. The ,Georgvuuut L. iiizi i-. ; ;rt4'-; vt'o.1
'.. tatiYa-JL Hril'. ftton, James41oLJrnp regard to every interest that is j caliar toni of self defence. Our relative power in the opinion is brought to'bear' public policy anchored off Contoy Island twenty miles JouNTnawi : 11 "" ,..; &:.: ".- '
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1..lo1waa.t' and which is not enjoyed in Cordmon legislature ot the Union is diminishing with they haTi' no moral right(to refrain of the'6th of.Maybe* TDS, fjrr' : ; ... .
North on
:ria f.l t with them however guarantied by solemncompact every terisui,the dangers'which rienace,us -h election because they feel no ep unable Muegres to reach.Muegres inconsequence ,C.H.RA. -'fi : ,
I
Senator t and no manner how vitally involv are daily becoming greateran4 the chief inttrument cial! benefits log R.H. .Cm i5'&
the steamer
jntr tereine' aor winds. On.the.l3tht '
of adverse $ \ '
Befresenlalive:J !4f. i' Thomas. ingo.rprosperity.happuless and safety.it .- i ia the assaults upon as is" the public the eo : .- Creole .rriyedatCantoy; with Gen. Lopezand St.- -Marks-S ,June 5I850i. -4Iv\ ,";) .1i'''"
14 umetbat we snonld tate measures to, ; over which{ 111g'to' our supine- There is'a'great need of unselfish, independent '
I FwTk F. Btanton..C..HHV, ms, J. G.: press the Mississippi and Louisiana regiments, THE 'C n-1be 'J 4mB'" "
I Bwnsv defend ourselves against *ssaultswbicb can ness'the NorthexirciseIa controlling influence. G :action l in public.eoncemnfmeiTwhaarenot each. After,
: numbering about,.175 men ... a LoutsJaria,'AJ' tM"JU+_ W.Tera-'f,
I .nori41:':Jitt end in nothing short of our deW ttiob if we .' So far as the South conCerned. : tire ;_ the :'eie.-' party i consultation, the steamer proceeded to>,Mae-- I nessee6)nfina the a.tT! ..ri
oppose,DO resistance to them Owing to can change and reverse this states of things but of Duty; In .not a of water. Ou- .the 15th relative
I -Jacbon.MOO, D.'L. Yulee.Representative b'n t him rres': for'supplj alreadymadi! ; tf: ,
E. accidental circumstances aDd ft' want' of It[ is not to be borne that public1 sentiment at h*genfrzlyc1sidet. sbejeturne&Whenthe: Kentricky regimentwas We ban'th stafetdentacountes fror 4oita1ibz
Ca4iiiton
I Cnbcijc knowledge of the true condition of in the South should be stifled or 'controlled by excused everi front voting; whereas he .
things ;
,.' And notion the' eel taken on board the Creole and early on Itf'I .ppi., ,1114 1
upon awing ,adjourned. the Southern States the larger of the the 'who orall' others should nevCrfail =
: ; portion party prest. \ man the morning'of the,.1Gth we, were underwyw1th from and-third 4d.nr Qj.; s
-> .BOPllNS"t.- Cit*..' press and of the political literature of the Let u* have a" press" of ottr own as' .the to*ote, ,Partisans may' be blind, bat he Tight hearts and bright hopes for Front J Caddo'riS11i'frot8i'i

Attest. : ;. .j.w. world has been directed against tts The North has both here and it hom -a.,press has n'Etched for not sfengf :If n.tntor the coast of Cuba; -' nUmerous Oul6eL0SttA* r 1 QtjtflSilt' k t&ft WTi* .
.J.AlaTo* moral power of public opinion carries political which shall be'devoted Southern' ,rights, '! those who. say they are It ,wsl generally, understood r .up. to this counts ire" btft.litfle mot J strength aloof with-it,and if against us, !' d.D1' Southern> feeling; ,which would reddgnite1, nd. ifitt their obligations time.- that>we; would lam" !on the Sooth West i i,ol|f* S mi t&sti '
"p ott5 we must wrestle it with ,or fall* IL'as we shall look not to the North but:the South, not fotthii t that party; **** where, to
ADDRESS TO THE OP ;THE ] Truth is, . '. '- .:l .'r"I_:_, to eWmeasures and for the era coast of the Island at a point and ptbef Alabama papers,; titsjair! i
SOUTHERN. firmly believe with I us, there, is brute tone wnicn is to psrvaue :'i* 'U.- the mefl ase the ,words'of Gen 'GpnxaJes,they shoWing of the ; .4Z (.
Sp not very proBpetlJjkl
nothing discourage us In such Ort, Federal legislation; the gale and Bat f
< IfrCrTd an ia*oar share of power in country, NancD f had ,4,000 in ,commissiOn i
& troops NOTthfSIijp1
n.' Committtf to iAir& ** Mac The ;, : : .
in
eventual
strength an opinion Uo let as also claim our share< of influence tobeTastlrben"fitted. ".- :: General,Lopex tboogbt proper' to'change Ti ''t ,. p- -
tlqf Ja6al. be jarasttted not by the number who'.may the press of the country, jet. ns organize '-':Wfflnotvno-partyteetl' .0r.t i,- the design.of landing the point alluded to, er have eDDesset.made'the : :--

"BM6" _" 8141 ; 'iiflll1'.D chance to entertain i it bat by the truth which in every Southern town and county;so as to e stkfnsf_ --TM. ," ___ and determined to, proceed to Cardenas,*'tin was ever before observed oop nejp. ..lr(1 ;'
. 10" IJ i sustains',H we believe know that truth everjLboufleinJlieland.Let : __ : L. >
w. ; *bay send this paper the Morta-East eoast Accordingly/ ment t>f*the country7 ?lM .' -- '*
7 "J "- is with us,and jherefere we should not shrink tts take loofall-the.means,,: tomithrbybiCci1tJOfl .Hxaaf :Ci s JrlctoTbe::citizens of .arrived fat that; place about 3 o'clock *
IUW.c 9'oI.Senat from'the contest".We have too much:staked sdaitoIncrease ambnU army of,Santfay,-ihe;19th' a"d '
'&nd BepneeMtatrrcs,i' ",Irum opon it to" shrink or to tTZUbIepop. .its, ctrcuistOn1&dkIIOkd promote;.the Cincinnati;, the,b.qan ho' on Shortly the mating previous to landing,'General'Lopez -eraLIf ..' .fef-a ."
fbe.Somthtna Staics. of tJ.; :. .deen.J ty interest in ail1 i its form, !of. Incalculable *pre4'ol and"truth; Let every s/wtre, f: by;'tieappearaJKfccjf called aTcounca and stated to the field offi .s aTzwxoIx.. "' :

1.-w". whcb amount and valoet'lha social organization, portion of the.Sooth urnUi i it*loll quota;of several e eDiO t cars his. 1-of operations.' We'were not JC4U' 1l"WU-"If.1-, /lAeiT -XSJ_ .., ..
,; &,-I. the equality the liberty najr,the existence talent and.money to'sustain'ft.napef. which !bog species, ori.their;way, '' ,; to 1cIti&tCard it was expected that UfS:. d.- : 3NS ''..- .
OIU'rnss" UDioa! fourteen States of thE Confeder y--ell rest o gh$ to,be supported by eJJ becanse it'.will the day; '7e7werJiabs&d the garrison there would aarrender'imaaedistely '-jot aP.t .!_I 11**
'and lbs.CoiuIiita. .to. upon,the result of the_atreggi* to which we be devoted to the {merest ot"titty daft.erD pens lKr. midnigbi; they(Were called:pon by Ge&Lbpe .'-cli.tt'4 I ,,
-, .L.-J-;. to ci- are'engaged. We.mottmaintain: the equality mwcIt wilj'teethe iearaest;eSortiofthethe ; 4Lfrkaa. teinrf as t1kr as who-would.sumrand.them f with two regiments. = 1tia ., IJtiKtafiH

= $ b.-wi:; of our.political positicainthi UnionW* Committee who we1 charged)*& I MnafifsaentS a dcacribdbythe fish whh. CicDp: The other regiment' would:tnsreb cern lilt powder t;1' I"- .. ..' .
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ltORIDAt -1t1iPUflLICAN '
This- question las frequently been 'asfcfed, -. ,Thei tat5onal Intelligencervstatesi that the 4- eT negJyb.aaJ: wantof a tenvbU The HejConTention] adjournel
-- which Faiatna the latter the )2tb inst. io meet at, Nashville sitweeks
'* ? vintic ACTS since tbewviling ofjtbeiCubanxpeiUtjon4 r riiuiiy;; JKraldo, a journal Vtabfrshed. at MaddOf riot ,occurred vfc
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!? TUlJt,-Artt Congrcte in the Philadelphia Bulletin, condensed frooi -=- of the speech delivered :)by AlrJ }lonteiof thEdu: $;; had hSsirftni Weg boy employed gress. An &!dr | was presented by the peo

s Orleans -.- -cOGu1ilsIoAL- a, PRoGttlls- $. in the U. S/Senate the 25tfi of about the office wasthffgcd with the pie of ihe iidi-slyehQlding States-.laid.oreading'
t t1'r3Li-No. t a left account in a New paper: v Virginia, on
: The most satisfactory ? ature in the proceedings admitted it; and he table witaou! ; /The addreMrby
i theft and after some
March Hernldo
last. The commenting
:; AN ACT with; rhii the negotiation of treaties Narciso Lopez was'horn of wealthy parents on ays
: irith the Infiii a tribes lathe Territory Or- in 1798 or'9, Venezuela, and is now of Congress is the good order and the speech of Mr. Hunter, makes the following went with; MrNeed !andMrYihth'1&8howivhereThe t
'. t for ths.tbfSIbment of,their claims! to i of the inteUectualvifto'r'whicirmSrktheir The bas baeo adidith i aitioihettr
i.V- :: "The Cascade tnemnlaiM, and a little over fifty years itge.vHerwas "progress. observations in regard to the relations of trunk was hid. boy : |{ ;ififiogh
; only son that grew to manhood, though he The mails elaborate and voted embodtes
: had sisters. He"was* trained to snccessjve bring ns Sparn with the United States: -told the natives Americansjwere taking some ttgtuiLlit.It sttonj

I ?& J'tenaae4by1e 'Senate and House cj the saddle numerous, as is the custom in South Ameri powerful discussions uport' the plan of adjustment We have extracted largely from this him out'into the woods to hang him, where dignified proivgrOds'! i r ** 1ieyvourreasonable

.t :., ?- Jttpmtntetnti of tJU United States ofAmer'n ca. His father being obliged by civil 'disturbances ,repored| by the ..Committee of pepch, hi order that we might.be"allowed to upon the natives rescued the boy with equitiile compromise.- There

ca Conrr &jbsi TnW
t 'tent be *uthote4.lo appoint' treatieswith one or more entered, upon,,a,,commercial.jifehis. son the uestionitrhich Is taxing thelTnergles Hunter"are"i however, so just arid per- the city. The, lattenapplied'to'tbeGovernoTv'wno throughout *iil$ igmneJ,concilato-
|o. tiegotiat
: L Narciso superintended a branch jof the tinenv-that we can aill but'little to them ;
the Mrer&l Ind tribes in the our 'greatest'men will be settled ; the had the' restored--'when
7 .h an Territory upon bay. rybutfir.nr
Hoose at' Valencia, in1 the Interior; Here, and we believe theyxwill ai'great' measure _tfM._) _
.'i: -Oregon- for extinguishment$ vof their during the troubles of Bolivar's time in 1824, general terms'of that'plam There remain contribute.to obtain the just- indemnity"whrchSpain anotberuttempt was made, by the natives. to
claimi lands $n& of the Cascade "* !>* A CsuzzakiwL.-Det1l] 'flt11nd
i S to xvest young Lopez took;fi.prominent part oa the bppo'sers of jt.in,the Senate,.and. these seem claims; The- Goveniment: of reecae"him: ; from the, office.* Inthis attack t ,
"mountains: ; 'ivad, it found expedient and popular side, and narrowly .escapel! .froth the United ;States,has a great-interest' in of tbU toifd, haf lio r] labia a
be killed
I :.practicable, foi thejr removal east of said massacre} .tAt length; yhen'r lAceJn1thost to concentrating upon.the line; of 36. 30, keeping terms of perfect agreement with they Mr. Wm. A. Sempler, of New family a ocgro ffemU> o presenU a remaikabi.

mountains; alcvfcl: obtaining their assent to desperation, he enlisted In the army, as whit aiWilmot proviso North and their riifcculed'wnonacUon' our Government in this matter; for a most York, with a knife.. '' *The i parties -Became* instance ot longlrity aombtn' iirith tb reie, oa

'.S. .And nbnussioo'to; fte existing laws repo la- his only.chance for life.. At the,eud'pf,.the '': South-; as preferabfe.- forcible reason. Thej United States and more exasperated;*,immense* cIolsf ofm.ntaland cirptd faoalti ?r n 1 $f e Ll

tint trade and intercourse with the Indian war between Spain and the insurgents fix this as'ai/ne Spain are the two nations of any con r ; DOLLZaab jac : evuby
'C r tribe in the ott'1rritoresof the United They seen now to. upon only on both sides, and it was only owing to the
Lope found himself Colonel at the of which have a considerable number her OnCCOUX43Otp1Z5t of thf.zpftCoLWashington
far be age qua.non; their action heretofore being chiefly sequence activity of the American Consul and Governor
States so a -tbffy may applicable to 23. He had also received the cross ;'of San of slaves, representing .an immense capital ,th'o.rrenoe$ f%End3o fs da-

.:.. the tribes in tt)1auI Territory of Oregon : Fernando, as a further reward for various confined to cavilling auhe more practical ; anti their dutyis, to unite in opposition that a most desperate battle 'wa 'pre (eat, eaptore'otTijnJero2ii ftsd QrtSWk bZit,

'I the compensation :ijo such'commissioner or gallant deeds during the war."On the'evac- labors of wiser hcn-.ls. It is well they propose to the abolitionist, who, under the cloak ofphilanthropy vented.. A day or two after.the'afiair.seTe-. and all tho rrr Ut&kryiCniggtdJ 6f tfe (TbivFament -

fore cotrnnifsioners allowed foi sot to exceed..ervke5.S the.rate heretotj nation of the country by the Spanish army, some "pjan." They seem to be shamed and.jn exchange for an impossible ral bodies of Americans were found in and of th U<4
similar Col. Lopez returned to Cuba. their fault freedom for the negroes, *ou Id consent early French: sttleata fo' ibvy
into Mr. of
itby Clay's about
Sic.2. And iff further enacted That exposure the city.
pe that the whites should perish either by hun )
Since that time(1823,) Lopez has been a ,from whe4efltigh Crojqa'
mind
the President be authorized, by and with the finding- when they possessed not the the hand of the .assassin. The sad :
Cuban, having married and established him ger or The Savannah llepublicar with much colonists ta th4lSI3.trio e. li9w S"'at Forr3Tial-
.. advice and com Hit bf the Senate, to appoint self in the Wand. He was known" to he to propose an improvement. The anti- results of this abolition policy elsewhere is "mistake" made by the ;-on SaHiva s liina, W ir );iVwhlftii im*
Superiotendeift of Indian Affairs for the corrects a
-a of liberal which compromisers ,Messrs. Davis Yutee, Clemens an eloquent lesson for the United States and justice 1a' '
possessed principles, pre he avers aha wj a'ntwarJj' of %)jeariof ijClert'Mthftirdis
of Orfeon1 who shall receive in ad'asser-?
Territory an for Let bear in mind what has been N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, '
vented him from office in the island us. us
3 obtaining Soule and few others forced to d3tjr k'a.
annual 'hundred dollars a ,.-are harjry.p'f; -
salary

and vrh'ort duty it shall be to exercise offei something, or be accounted stumbling lltoprejentkewiorreedoin'pape
the first of the CarlL-4 troubles in flourishing and rich.'now overspread with of the South have '
Spain, leading Whig Hiff althoi
a iteneence overall the Indian and pres.es ; .1 ; 'ofTX: S '
general cuper Lopez happened to be in Madrid with his blocks to thepeace/-of the country- ruin, iU fertile plantations: ; abandoned, its
tribes in Oregon and to exercise and oppo>ed the plan of adjustment propOfeJfey first taubIbe. ; jr.Wal.pdsjawoj to Ik iadgiyj
I per wife claim the what do they 1 The Missouri line couiiiierce: gone, and the'pace; destitute even
a propose
'form all the powers land duties assigned by urging private on govern is the of< its the Committee of Thirteen, and warmly espoused that 39013 ihro"i years Vr9 t MrfVKJPtofler
of such excess
!* ment. He distinguished himself on the the Pacific. Well should be anni.-eiiei.t3; ,
kw to other Superintendents of Indian Affairs government to. we not surprised misery and misfortune. Against the incessant what has been designated "the fro jjoi han fa.tii: ,aniiU f hLujwiiiar.-.
side maJe first aid-.fe-camp to
: ;ifSEC. ; was if those Northern factionists who wretched visionaries llaatf her Cre Job a'ao lua sorriraJ tb J S3 W.herinoatbr
i of these
to the commander-in-chief, Gen. ValJez, machinations President's Plan." We know of a number
;: 3. Jlnd ie further enacted. That so and received several decorations.He .- have joined with them in opposition to the Spain and the United Mates nave oad mUbr'uj.,cig'at 3093 u f 5 ao aadU'jsuters auvn
military of Southern that have
Whig
leading
much of the act-to establish the Territorial became the warm personal friend of Committee's adjustment, would also prefer jointly to contend ; and it would be unfortunate presses aadao-.Te.\pre ft.kops: tosuvtvo
OYernment.of Orep n, approved the llth where there should be union and a advocated over all others the pan! of the her presoal ma.ii8r',&'facall7. Sha'imeaib : : $ pJis
Valdez, who was afterwards the most popular the Missouri line, inasmuch as it enacts a
August, 1848, as reqnires the Governor of of Cuba. He was, for oinmou) object, to find distrust and a want Committee, who at the same time give "title r of tiae Mat!ojiit Chorii;suitBT J" 4
:, said Territory 13 perform tbe.duties of Suerintendentcf a time Captain-General, commander-i .chef of the National sheer non-slavery proviso for'a large portion of mutual protection. We find that the heed to the report; of serious "jivioai' acts upto iu&idi-t> js r) ,V*-<> *

|> ludia'a 5 Affairs, and authorizes Guard of Spain, and subsequently comman- of territory for -which the Committee's plan United SLateS will thus regard it, anJ do jus- between the President and the illustrious IXUy has ben opJEoreral oolsiiajbfoi il

,. him to receive a salary therefor, in addition der-in-chief of several provinces. During proposes the sound principles of nonintervention tce! to-our legitimate claims." into the presenoaorjaraDgers tb'at'ber'bwd i -
to the salary Allowed for his cervices Whigs that have be::i one in with '
all this period of favor with the royalist par and will leave the remaining territory This, as has been remarked, is a high anJe. purpose wraaca and ration'night! corro'ooritB Asdsacriptioa
.: as governor,be repealed ; and that the governor him in their suggestions the question- fcir. "saeS'tnnsj.'i tr'ikhibiU
ont of At
it is said .that he remained faithful to his giretf -
ty, of the American
of said.Territory shall hereafter receive South of the line unprovided for, as it erved compliment to one '
democratic principles; and though caressed presses that would be Etc ia.-t to footer feuds etrikiag yirsiy, aid moitf pro:3pta'aasweriegqnestjoda |a
.an annual salary of jlhree thousand dollars. he would be impossible to establish territorial Senators. But the paragraph strikes us eveoU
the Mother Christina despiseJ tauilas'tif the 'jfjjji
by Queen this.
within or between parties time like
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Sic. 4. And be it further enacted That
in addition the with force id. similar t6 *
and distrusted her. governments, to general sstllement as embodying an ?a
the President be authorized, by and with the : The course cf the Savannah! Republican itself which aha boa bC j cftf3ZTj. f ; *:
On the insurrection which ended in the at the present se.-sion. hat-xve have recently pressed in connection Aa an evidence ti! s'i rcUioj Mr.isVmanUl
advice and of the
consent Senate to
appoint
friend
is an bon uab.'v- example ul this
one or more JmTan not exceeding expulsion-of Christina from the regency, Mr. Soule, to whom Mr. Clay's sensible with the lute attempts on Cuba. \Ve energy, a great"d Jsr3*>Jof pracK Ts'kill la her domestic
Agents
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three- as he shall deem expedient, each of Lopez was made Governor of Madrid, a post advice was especially addressed: offered the have thought that besides the duty innitn- ship to the "comprom se.* The Richmond vosatioruj-! mon'titfn thtt aha ii now
which he held uutil Es| artero became regent, Wing, a leading and influent al stands an I that iha whom shall receive an annual salary of paper hardly aarpiusod |M : 'epok
when he positively refused to hold it, in definite substitute, on the 3d. of the Missouri bent on government to prevent the illegal
fteen hundred dollars' give bond as now almost alone in opposing it, and even it is nothing more hatto,' revert to her aohiavo!
of the solicitations of As line, to the of out of on our own
spite Espartero. proposing designate portion fitting expeditions
required by law, and perform all the duties to resort unfairness by meats ia that lisa wUifc'a ware discosaeded a pus.
compelled to. some
Senator of the from the Liberal '
of agent to such tribe or tribes of Indians in Kingdom, California South thereof as "South California shores to violate the neighboring provinces upon on spesiAl! aiioribj eonip.'Qiiaaj
I of Seville, he studied the and dwelling on what it terms the "surrender of
the Territory of Oregon as shall be assigned city politics ," with several other minor stipulations of a friendly power,.as a measure of plain her doceased ai3% r4 table* a" 'dayiopUbujayn.
institutions of and then first learned
: to him by the Superintendent to be appointed the condition Spain the, Spanish colonies, and which in our opinion are irrelevant to the and palpable policy we are called upon to slave territory to Free-soilism" in the Texas ."- "- j-t .i /: .. .&
;: by the provisions of this act under the direction boundary-pro vision. It evidently'wishi- to"kill"
the under which Cuba features of settlement and calculated the schemes of adventurers who
d especially oppression great only repress PnBi.iCATio-iii.VWe: :
of the President.Sic. LTE hare
the and these words .
5. And It it further enacted, That the country of his adoption, labored. The to hamper them with a mass of insignificant would effect a revolution in the island of Compromise, uses han't beautiful- ilaadao- -far.Jalj- co uswieg
the Cuban from the hi the South. We lo
of
as a politic :
the law regulating ttade and intercourse expulsion deputies matter. Cuba reckless of the results which may weapon pretty Jenny Lind's EJuaess eagravej.a pUuJtf

I b. with the Indian} tribes east of the Rocky his Cortes offices further, he disgusted departed him for, and Havana, resigning, not Still we think the "Compromise" plan of low to our domestic institutions a* they not tee that the bill makes any such conces- the Lake Cosmo, a. pMtrai of tha" .1it Pri

mountains, or such provisions of the tame son or even leaves room for a greater possibility and the usual fubioa platea; to etasr with a
without some trouble in obtaining permission. adjustment is most likely to succeed, and now exist. The Madrid paper wisely says !
AS may be applicable be extended over theo of seen a result ti.an exists at pres variety of valuable reading raittar.; TIi9 supedf
Indian tribes the of .- we sincerely believe that, with the few modifications that the United States and Siam are the
in Territory Oregon. Ai this time General Valdez ent. New Mexico, i if all absorbed by.Texas. premium plate of the jame.publishers waftlulyreceived.
(1839,) was
Sc. 6. JLnd bt further enacted, That it has receive 1an.1 a few it may only two nations of any conseqence that ;*
I Captain General of Cuba. During the Various and the boundary be repudiated, is just as r iGoJej'a i-
the sum-of twenty-five thousand dollars be still receive, it is the best that has been offered slaves around which
political troubles of Spain, Lopez held have a vast capital in Lad ft Bik for July ii aIa receimcL
of in to become free States the known
appropriated out the .ikely by
1 any moneys different-posts of honor and emolument in to the-South. That does secure our it is necessary to throw a shield of protection It has a variety of plitoa,and ite'uual sprigiUj
treasury,not otherwise appropriated, to carry will of her people, and the terms of Texas '
into eflect provisions 't this act. the Island, but at length he resigned all interests, constitutes a strong; objection with against the innovations of modern.progress. original contribaiionjiv. iLeannrd <' -
his rank General and then undertook annexation, as she will under the provisions art
except as Scott'\ inTalaaila repabllcatloas
Approved June 5, l&O.v the Hon. Mr. Hale. From all quarter, men Democracy and Liberty are fast becoming
& the working: of an abandoned Conner of the proposed bill. The question Lea also received. :T i *
i for the who have retired into privacy with the civic terms synonymous with the "higher-law" 4Id1
mine to Central : : .
as a pretext returning -
in -
with the either and
tPciuc.-No. 7.] Department. Here he bigan to mingle honors of the Republic clustering round philanthropy that threatens to overthrow all people case, theoi'y"surrender" ; ;, Kenrj ,>..?! 1.

JlJf ACT to continue :in force an act therein with the and concert for the in the maUer.U to the gjwera Floridian & Journal of the 15tfr'ini
mentioned Ufr the of Baltimore. people a plan their brows, have given it their approval.We -- institutions the offspring of common sense. The ;
,relating port v"
,. Be it enacted by fht Senate and House of liberation, which of Cuba.miscarried The so enterprize completely of, was last believe that our patriotic President would What security have we that the enthusiasm peace. fays : "A genlleftt! of this City

Representative of the United States of America year the result of his first efforts. The second rejoice to sanction it, if adopted by Congress tvhich prompts to the "liberation'1 Cuba A number, said to be over one hundred, of following extract frjprn 5a J er,..written! .,

in Congress euembted. That the act pass effort, better matured and more' extensive, as a means of giving'-SiriKty" to the slavery may not communicate to the blacks of the, the men who embarked from New Orleans him by an olEccr igi the; army, datfij.May.at .

< -: ed the seventeenth day of March, one thouvaad ia DOW on foot. 1 cot FflVO7..anI that hia prefpry'ic a for his .la wi, urhrt wilt r/iurt and perhaps.accom nn jh ChafljrpV expeditions bat.who determined PeascCretfe_ :- : -*; ;./!_
hundred entitled "An declaring
I. : ) the eight assent pf ,Cotegress to certain art acts- Case of&'rof. AV l>jtcj. own plan exist not because he regards it push an alliance for the general
t. ..' .. of .the States of Maryland and Georgia," The Boston correspondent of the Philadelphia be. t, but as the most feasible in the present of both races llieie 1 Has not a symptom their destination was Cuba* were capture .-from has n-raJrt Atalinsaft b'rightcnetnr with' T&nw'

?, and which by subsequent acts has been revived Bulletin, says: ; stats of feellig. of this consequence: been nraiiifcsted in oa board the Gsorgiana and Susan Loud bya delegation JarnpeVat
its bea I; hast spent rtme time"ln 11ipZdiiaZid
and continued in force until! the first
I have been careful to elicit the true sense the late attack on Cardenas t ll I is till2 tiat! Spani.- war steamer, carried to Havana conference with Bnyl g'e rand 'f'parts"that
day of June one thousand eight hundred
and fifty, be,, and the'eame, so far as it relates of the pe pe! of Boston in ,refereiice to Dr. We publish! to-day the alJressof jvxty- there the proffer of the uegroi-.s was rejected; and confined. As these had not invaded the Band his latty; wilf certainty leave

a to the act of the !State of Maryland, is Webster-and I find that the con vjct oa of It* three Southern m?anbors of Ci.zresit'cOn- but could the race be so easily repelled in a soil of Cuba, but had declined participating without further troiiWei O.ieot Bowfeg'ssubchief.
guilt is universal: and the opinion; that lie of the Southern *, with jhis'jl.jirni,has already come
hereby retired end continued in force until ;menli: x the stij'port; new of actual revolution throughout the the a'tack an.I taken within
process in were the jurisdiction -
is in the Car-Ioo
executed Th.s for
will_ be very ge.if.ral. ; to post at a-hatchie the
the third day .March. one thousand eight jiiper at W.ishlngto ), aal also the Prospectus. is'and ? If refuse! fraterii-ty witfi the ii.va- of Mexico and when
Provided That opinion is growing stronger: p rhap* I uiiZki! they were purpose"of cmiapruifesr. Theri-vrs t6 hive
hundred and sixty erne: ,
-. nothing herein contained shall authorize the to say is ripening into a ieszr thai he shoul.1be Th3 Union pij; >2r stale 1, when the d-r?, wonl.l they not hecinu the foe> ett about to return to this country; the Secretary' heenareneratcnune-l at that piace yest.fday.

demand of a duty oh tonnage on vessels executeJ/ir.tf; because of tlic Bjroug movecients -; jiddress was first isu2i, that lhre were of Castillian anl I Sixnu, aiHirlii!; to thr of State immediately on receiving intelli Captain Casy!went ;o att ha
made in N. York aid in Pn.liJelpfiia, averments in'it which were disavowed itbnt we-do tivtt k4ow yet UIC IC3Ull."X_
propelled by. steam, employed in the transportation many element' with wlrch to
: latter a "new contend ;?erice nf theircapture, forwarded Jespatche.to
and intended entertain i
of by the papers by petitions, a.< some opeinattbeylhe] passengers.Jong they believe, to force Ma clnutis to protect in private hy those who;e na-nes were pub- in tlietpubju at.on of the (iueen of the Mr. Campbell, American Consul At Havana. will begot out jet Before" the! fijhfra sia"

Approved., 6,1850. his life against her own judgment, and I'ehed with it by the com.mittes. A hundred Antilles ? We know not what ingredients expressing the demand ofour Govern son arnive." -i, .-i : -

---- : in defiance of her own private rights in the man might read so lengthy a paper, on such compose the mass of Cuban Liberators.?- meiif, to ihe Cuban a'Jlhorite: that a d'st'nction -" ;; ')L -
I The caan rnmen1y. casej; secondly, because for yeaw past the and two a ree part'csilar: Tiis: RICE B nTjM.XTUS.I: ZjlRaO-lAKD
a topic, MO ; upon rational that those
But it it* only to siI1po.e be observed hef.veen thus taken
Io obedience to a resolution of the Senate, sentiment had prevailed that cap'.ial punish all disavow iren THE CREOLE, after all! apart'fnrn.the si nod?
the President has sent in the correspondence ment ought lie ver to be ihflicteJv au.i it is clauses, and perhaps sum? who undertake an alvtnure.so nntri'J a td captive and .those who had invaded the sol
belie veJ that th's has Therefore it is not surprising that manypassj of Cuba with consequences thai might have grown out of it;'
between Government and the now generally opinion desperate as. the conquest a of Cuba. A letter from Havana/in the Sav.iiia .
our Spanish emboldened the murderer, anJ for the ia-t ea were objected to by those who are handful force would be to test the must have been inJ&er baby alnesingtn
ready
dated
Republican, the 8h tnsti
,
authorities [the late invasion.4 gives
1 respecting few years, there has been a more leci.leJ favorable! to the establishment of the paper. unconcerueiprecfaio if there were' ftny icbon'1'
crack-hra'ned
The corresponded the New-York Express firmness on the decision. of June*and in the feasibility of the must theory. assurance frqrti: i a reliable source that.the boar of either 0the ves3elJA'-JeUer? !

remarks executions. To ail this may be' added the Sixty or seventy men, ,to make that hirers The young men of bur States to whom the lives of 1hprso-erswi1l; be spareiU The t& '--b v" *is.' ;, ./ .ow

4 : fact that the Governor has not the power to accord, with their particular tastes, would tempting bat; of large rewards for conquest Cuban government rtinsider that these men frOthterWest wya !f ,* 1l| 3Tha

I TbeCebau correspondence, put before pardon, without the concurrence qf his Council have to assemble in an extra Congress, and is held ehuuld examine the claims and liule Crfiollao\igh; none of the
: the Senate by the President, shows that the ; and it is believed thi could hot be obtained the debate. out, have bren deceived by false reprpsen'a'tio.nK, fastest crah iq. th jV aterJre.pl.braTeJy aaheal

I '. natives were not parties to the affair, but it even if his excellency wished to par perhaps out-talk comproirvse test the veracity cf foreign intriguers who ad! that some weraevea ignorant of-the na of her hansrui il pursuers until UcH

I originated solely with a'nnmber of dissatisfiedforeirjiersi don or commute. But it is believed that he Mr.'Ritchie is like soma of the lesser of his reciprocate our hospitality by delu-I ng our tune of tieenterpreeiHyhich! they embark supply: ot fail gave 1 jvhea.-wjU. >a4 1o

; / and parties who established does not. political kith, when exercised in the Senate people ; and doubly vigilant ohbulJ they I Ic e-1; the authorities are therefor tljjpbsfd to- supply: i4.flg,4iR.Apas.
t a' their bead quarters in the U. States. The hard suit in There art- .no; ti at Jey the
to phraseology. when hundreds, have narrowly, escaped a deal with thenf. woufJ i J J Jk.m !
President rays'be dispatched certain vessels A FEARFUL LEAP.-About noon yesterday leniently They boat was run inU; jnpsrviou-j; shelter b<-
to intercept the ekpedifjion, because, under an incident occurred in this city, the very several things that we also object t&inthc fatali snare into which! thy venttire.1. But howevsr, no." doubt hope llial'' the gov riernment twecn and oeh.nl.some*of the many small

,.. the circumstances vaflhe opinion of the Administration relation of which is enough to make' one address; but the four gentlemen the committee a greater degree of vigilance and caution is of the United States would in return -ishin is ait-J stij: fceys fii the imnftetrhrteT ""

1 ,'that this government subjecting shudder. John Wilson, (an 'apprentice tn must.take.tti. ,.respqnsi lity for what demanded of our Federal ancl State government aid in :larrectiog any further which oorboo-ll while lha seMAv'as-dotted' ill:

-I itself to implication,by permitting the Mr. Naylor, tinner&e.) aged about seventeen they They utter a goal many truisms attempts wil'f' the caiLan.l hullVof:the-entire iSiii
outrage to progress without interposing our years, was" at work on the,roof of the pay. ?, that our liberal predilections Jeal 1 us maytbe'! started herewith thVview' of z A'n -.sti foiCf. in hot |>iiri>tit.! Missing the *

authority to suppress ifj and that, in so doing. rear portion of the large boarding house occupied withal: and if' they say*jlfjhe Iitd I boat

I, he was only 'vindicating the good faith of byMrsKesley.: ..The wall oh .the are not"approved of by' their; colleagues m forerunners of evil to our local institution':?; will iloubtlesscontluue! perform were qu cly tiut-tApniuctile

the U. States/ The me&age' will. and ought east side of this house i forty feet hichi Congress, it will be a.gooJ example to the and' ultimately.' to 'the Impoverishment: au-l jts dutyin this rc pvct'.toxvarda all seLof rene
to satisfy the country. i At the distance of six feet from this, but afoot editors of the .friendly Dm!vaIyiq4it T Tae
I [The eorrespoodence* above "referred to and a half" higher, is 'a similar back newpaper. ruin of the slaveholdlng States. Spain atL: l nations and at the fame time crfre* ,in. no tt1i1hs! all pulb-ttq sta a a.n, ana

roes back;to*-Jan. IS, xrhen the Spanish building to the house 'occupied by Messrs.Simmsand Our friend of Tallahassee Sentinel the United States havtii<;,*/ns .the. JMaJr'dpupersays protection to oar citizen?, a4t h-i4 sio: n its ;aJs for the Gulf; aS'fef? 'which, with thaiider

Minister complained of flic Cuba Juntas at Son. Having Lhrsf .ascertained the greater interest in the j>reservatiorfof intention to. do in the ciefthose-nowJa' ? a.nJ.lha.lweUeii'in' 1iI% w'-ftbhfte..

New-York, New-Orleans arid Washington. that he couldjiimpevenfeet on the roof on desires to place some* reliance upon a statement the "pl-culiar Ihstifution," there custodyatflavana. -- :j d iaost, was Wituessoti with deep anxiety bf4eJTA

Clayton, Jan. 224, answered that instruc which he" stood; Yyilsbri''remarked' that he copied from the N. (0. Crescent ,tha should be'unTon'auTa cbinmon object infrteaJ .many a C86 hilS

.a Iron bad been given to'District Attorneys to could jump from roof to roof; and "sayinghere thirty,.Indians recently- came into Tampa, / iPIEthzLI; c..tz4iritz._ & iUe moment was foj-f, every bunk en'oft1iej
ti keep a sharp lookout ttbon suspected veseU. *- ," to the horror of'his 'companion of distrust aaJ.a want of mutual pro-
-
goes { .
with their families for the of > An adjourned mass meeting wiixirlield in *
I: Mays7'thfr Spaatsh Minister wrote made the leap, but, failing to ascend the required purpose .removal tection.- -- -: *. 4 i ; were thrust into the fajraaces to raise stqajw..

I Mr.. laytoa that LabonJe,'the Spanish Consul height, grappled for the gutter spoilt. immediately..! We -.wefe'"iriuch'gratr-, : j, SatilFranciscooh the SOlji'ApTi!, lithabT-.So soou as her smokwa; ? perce'iveJ, te='

I at New-Orleans, had received instructions This eave way He fell, and, about fifteen fled; on reading" -j the .same, state&ieiit; .in an The WILHOT PRocIso -wa attempted to ject of the aiinission of thc Staie? 'jnto he chase was resume -9jf Spaniards returned

: that the schooner Heroine had left New- feet below seized the epotitin thjaV ran obliquely exchange, and were on the point pf copying,, be fixed to4 thCOinprornse'bilJ, on: th? 5tiiiistant Union; The reduonarc crejiuble.as a -iaud the gallant JillE1IeoieMwdetl41o| !
Orleans revolutionize Cufcav.thbugh fitted along thewall., This HlsoyieldeJ to wards the ntouthtf hathOM1 !#
I out for Chagres. She bad arms and munitions'of his weight and went down with him; ami he when a gentleman in communication nvttliGen. i, on. .motion, ... of-, Mr.:,.-Seward.r- The nit'de.atis.and. dignified' declaration -of"the ;.prayer went up to' ive, sjst4jo the pursued,

_.;__ war on bcard.r The vessel was examined fell upon the pavement forty-one feet below Twiggs, informal us that he ha(I receiyed fate of. the effort ja shown by the. annexed lights of the people.; 1'heyassrt their loyalty'lo" -' and they wer .

p. before sailing, tat the Consul was the roof! His horror stricken cbnirade made advices later 'ihiti the paragraph,,ani vote._ The-question whether' Denton'wouD the iTh.on, txnJ'r'ejjret? that an 'Vy-dis 1 ''EOh5lY to f ;: I rtfistlie men*-- ugm c
I sued for detention!' Th* next day Laborde, his .down as soon-possible under the ( ; : s'. iinorjj.icir.i taken --:a. &> 'ivcu --:rapidly to the borp ,,anJ the* h1iers.
way that "nothing1; Twa's ''mentioned .ofsnhe thirty vote for theProVisoi8 l RolvedJ s.ons nave. place in Con., 'resai oa s, s
: informed the Minister of the '"* '* -* *j* *-' *- >*j
a -
i Spanish organization influence of'his fright. Alr."Simms liearl a.iJ officers at the Of{ alf *
,
post grajea ajru| se
Indians. Wo have seen various Yetis-4l Baldwin.Brailbury ', irrelevantque4u1is'iu'trojnce.l? with that i
I of volunteers IIf. Orleans : reports ssrs. Bright
against the fall, but supposing his ,do had merely vices, unanimously1'wroSerre'iT ih'ettTeroleition
I Cuba-that two vessels rhad left, ,one with thrown a box over," he JelayeJ! gang to tile lately of-IndiaVdepredaiions, cattle Stealing Chasi.% Clarke, Co< |ier., QirwiiVf Uayif,. .ofFelcK of ber almtsiion. To'show'lhat' atlhoughlin and telp."; ; \ $

riJ 400 men, and that Brecxjtove, late Collector, dopr for several miuutes, Vtien &!his horror removal, Bovez.'..diplomic), &eVbut have Miss.; ; Douglas, the e.teriSeOfIOC1l ovcreigifty they have | ,,

7i was fitting out t tiiird. {The minister'in answer he found the \>ooi boy,' half conscous'gasp.ingfor ihought most oft a mock, "panjc'prelitninar- Sevvard, Greene, flitte Smith,.ilaiiIin: MillerNorri Waiter, sMcted shaver), they eater:.anoaectdeas : ;CUBA RUMOR.Thetea.inr 07g"hich
tLf calls for redrrfs, ahd Mr Clayton renews breath. He KavVhim all .Shields', Uihamt ; ,
instantly in8t
to'tlje bali.-whNich off. AVe of; the,Jimitatious of jhe Constitution arrived at cw.pkn tt? 9th
_Lt his instruction 'Then there are, letter the relief in his power Drs.'Boyfe arid May : great coming; : and- %Vhiteuinb-2E ? T -- we

olMayl6'I7fJ8-iJ9J20, 22, giving were soon Called in; and to the astonishini'iit should like tn-have 8omec' nfirrnation'ofthe lATaijMessrs./ (Atchi8on, Badger,' Bell, quote a resolution r. zr -. .. broughtUie ftii'wt1

information each a 1ias Already .been ,commuaicated -. of every one there was no limb broke,- and thirty families reinoveif 'and to show tha Benton, Berrien,J Builer, Caas, Clay, Clemens, "ResolvediThnt the'ernitory belOnntTo which weffnci fn the' 'cJresa2-a t.U baA -

to-our riders i>f the sailing of the no'dangemus.hurtas far asouldyesteday. {here may' beJsometbjng injitiliJU we Davis, of Mis.; Da'wson, Dickinson,\Dodge, th khi tJrOperWor the -1 > Afl2iVc' -

cxpedKioiu Lopte; birfarrival Cardenas, discovered.1 His baclt was bruisjilye jiii cop; ofjlosva; Do>vn.-s Foote; Houston, ;Hiiuter.Jon&i c9iire1ertion'tietJ br Coi1res4iu tiutfOi 'can brg-fro? i'wnfqii's;f *' t'i." ca :,.
at fpllpwrng, which, is the.latest wehdve King.pMarigum,, .Maaoi [.!&lorojrCStii } forma emigrants *'! to ba invaiferss ,- ;
nI&n4iog Key ,
lwestr&aThlsla; : the believe, and an ancle, soon' became ;rnu'ch tb bhefltOf the p"ei pfe"ofthe; thin; a&d"IharthW supppfS
cabsianceof U> seen on Uhe subject: ; Pierce, Pratt, Rusk, Sebastian, Saute, Spinanc Satiiadn(
r ewretpMdence before the; swollen but inlhe aftern6ott"hepartdok of Fe lemlGi>Ttf ramftnt/wliile5 iivetI! %* towed
;
.
&nb.t&1;! x "- some, food, and his physicians :ejiied'tobavefavorable FROM--TAJtipi'- 3AT.-The- Jinponqr.SalnhMatirdaairrivVd ; r eoh,.Qu i ucy; Uiidero&tVeb.stdrYul rt'ith"' thettnd'egttlatiOis powe>4q" *TnalTeall/needful; ; itht upper harboir. /As)2fiiiiame) .unknown, ,

: *i* V>'i """ !'"' J' .__" hopes of biniiRepublies Was! at'New prfeaiViriri ihe'e h; r' e-33.f >r) !?jie tih ih :Jerritdrvahj cnpture'lat,at (h4 9 4 nerail3Iaae&ooeaCiAat

_ ..( The inercbantsffC Hartna were about geltiDropaftubscriptioQ ;: foil( dkyfc from'Kef W :. vTmpa.i3y7' PtoH J $, Vyae*; one.vacancy -, ., J% oilier 1Jftili'rtyOf' Jih United" States; Tnuslexercisenhis the mouth dfj f WKiarJinTbe brig isw

.o4 ; onstruct"foarteeD; J ; .She'br'oMht-- fiffy'seuif f' the per' >ii8 who A slmpar jidgnjeiitvfas| passed,upon it inte pdwer ,'afi3er5th' saltl- to ft 5; tiIOt

'_ smalLra:steamersto pri4 etihe, coaj o Tbat "Honesty'Jsthe: policyV.sissasfle weentheCuba,a! 'Ex jie1i4onaiidwhohabeen House j in.the;early,part ofthyseBsion; and1liinttatrnnsCOhstitt1tioia' (

i the IalaooY acli 004 to jcoit' about40,000., ; of nations:as of individuals :Th6 on the Vteamer.Crfol l .In.comlng.'o:* and when pronounced Mdcad"vit Was'deiiiei' tif the. LTniteJStaie.h'a. '._ csS fii1 st4tiu
About$4OOOta4 beea;sab.cribed in AlatanzMfortbe course pf Gen Taylor in strictly supporting 3f -Tamp BtyIh'echoOier'jnitwhI; ) th ''' -- bn den'4J.

)4 relief of%bl families of"those' jT the national:.faith, upheld :by ithe whole steamer Col. Clay, with soirie of the fndlarisoHi : -1 -- -3 CtlTT.VW ON VTH6 .-AWashirigto'n then 1tht

Swbd1t11 aidenk: -, country,,would not only.redou nd fo:our ::1id- board InLnrCbtHarbor for -theVesNtVPilauntti. The statement'of officer!of'the Cuban'expedUib l correspcjtdent idf thV PhilaJefysjaJjeTegB thei I fl eytdenc gii %
Doa Joan F.Ikn&ra*& Don tVanci c67.eLeCro tional character, bntAyoulJ in the feud, leailjthe *11--*> 1taTbf > 4 t1it. ,
-4 twocityreniiof atanzas; bad ; way -more; certainly than anyotheTf( : .wiijcb e Wj .!t .; ;nil cap1ur5i dz
t condemned course ad admirer of ta i-' Taltxhagsee" number of tiemjia'tnj ion.qf natbrfaforabWtothe : lit C4ijpatvLIsbstles
been to pn'jcnlrt1 Imprisonment to all that the most (a .j
JF lorjtdjan& Iournal.6the ** fc-* +\ i jn.
t
;t in A/ricaJar beibf.'feonceffled 'iu the indeTo Cuba could desire for ihe bai>pine sawi weU arrived* i *' -iut'** -* thath.city )contributes to ..Compromise measnrertaited onJfMr;"
'. fare of that Yet thisfccoursa 1'S! ihel.crop rreuflra'qlinjured what
- : lovely,island; j : the n\imerouVirtcadSiiU\ whicn xsre 'making ttIr ;
: ?p dignified, so honorable, so politicks made amendment the friettdV ftthel Aelminlstra1djo'fiv ? c l4
it lhroKrn> n ppvVp'vro*. resources fresli.ground of oppositionto .JTaylorby tion ptamise4thepla.cc tcbt i tt
np aMuncs4i3erehjaw1soon'car >u< ", r:. 4triri y 3 > ** iv-; JitfcaP'w tP-tlf-fZ. -
: is tote cast nto the eryJW'f ; iboM ene.mies whQ tveiwornwbueve ie1-jh thia appears,|oo?pat tfe) pteswerenotwbolly. ptahk r :bfit-
ar }
- :- -- ourhutthe 4 gadeeJppw t 1s.c Dub 3.bi5 "uncons'cioui'of tueiraestu atipi} wnetntii9ystirte'd t.the uneasarSi tt1JrWithOat ,

and rC1 *4min *trauop to;Je thei biereng.&c ; after allGei2. Piflow:ough.VtQ take.the'next'cdinaiandc amendment*; Tbe rastitof: *thffcCabiaeuai nottfcn, -

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AN1NG.Mr. Letter f ;. ---- ,-..*, *__ .- u-
,1u. CLLUOVX'I reset GcnVjAeepliXST. : z.Jlersndeii THE -
CROPs. One of essftI
our roost sue nnder Providence 'of savinr tayKmbandf doubt 43Zhanlettj.zt
Wod'wardon of tH! cpresentatlTes AcGurns Janc 15,1850.Mf. aria experwocei farmers communicates': the not my life;- I aoatcbeerfuHy, recouunend'it as -,. : e5w.AA' ;

rom Sooth Carolina, hu pressed a note Kdiior i Allow me ft :state[ through following :, the blood.best" artkl' uttent. -fcrtiw- pnrifioatioa cf the D. APPLZ-V.To3X ,

of the RipuUi correct a the eolomns of the Repabficanthat! -w IUVt 15 COCX5K C? lCQx t
16 the editor
fto ; my nonattendance "The: present croplnthMt, country.:' say _;_! ; I3L. In Parttt Priu TicfAf

prevalent misconception apposition; taken at tht Nashville Convention, he Ks any thin* btpronsnzanJ, b a' .-, ULR4 2'EIiT ilIzoAD .c- ? 4 .

'.byAIr.Calboaoiothe United States {Sen* which I perceive notices jii ybur paper of month behind the-imbal rrop. js'hot even Noaw1cw, Nr.odc,134: AD1cttui *ry.

.ate.* The mieonceptitn? i is,rtrit Mr. Calhoun the 13lh jnstt was occasioued by circumstances TO forward' a "that oMa yea'r, \thih the Tss4L:1c&: ; D. OF1TACHIXES woii ; 4 M2CJ1AXJCaDJiQJ.aS
'
tand -are :great deal 'worw. The *eaons lags gratituda induce Inc to "raake
&pubis ackrowledgaent --
intended proposed amentfsJcent of the constitution of an overruling.nature .....or which are too late for aaytlim like, a crop of the Waegt I have
to. ecure a perpetual equilibrium were beyond my control ; and tbecccurrence to be maJe, 'unless we have a ..verylate\ the use been of yonr aniparilla- barr fnte tltow intended- f* C'C Ctoacfiics<
*rs
aSlieted th
w> crofalctt rirenii2sla
between the free and theft: elave-holding of which I greatly regret, as having prevented fall.?-Ld rangcRepoiter, had, which at times would gather&&!*isohae! my :' 'p

States. Mr. W. argaea frois Mr, Calhoan's me from evincing'the proper sense I'lin- tmy throat, zaoe, and ears, and at otheri iroad
break oat in diCerent parts of my fade and head. Farnftlfrcfatar, ef
last speech, that he deliberately contemplated derstand qi the mark 7of confiJence I have PROSPECTUS OF These- continued tuifUtny.tiroai, f.8 iwerealaifwt irj .

the South's being in a'minortv! as inevitable received from'my Jellow citizeas by entering "The Southern 1resi. I cae comtUt ton, and for along time teatsr tf tVrCaiarpmttd! wtsss *,, '1rXdsuowl
Tw .
rae TO rt that H"wa with the utmost'dineulty $fst cf **

and that the object I-of the amendment upon the duties ef the appointment with Association of/eixty-thrw; M,m ers ofCOPCTCM that J coald speak above whisper; Dm leg .

was to obtain some ueqivaIenF which which they honored ne. The omission, AN ,' Seratora'and Rcprcsentstires, the diaeases.tima Ibid I consulted wveral attacks dlAreut of pl tnysidaca.ari y and,other ar d- c4 ,. .;; .? .Ma arIiI3 -
b-'e constituted the Cinnrnttee tostjp
undersigned a
would ensure to the South toe! power of self-' however, by the Delegates to notify 'rae of r'nteni i8 6jt bliaitnetit oil Southern P>-eat until tried varicm J reo dfbbt ncc'red no benefit WORK i. ofJL t

protection which she possess d before the my appointment and famish me with proper Wathin toa Citj,to ba devoted to the exposition am now wefl commenced; the sores,using are-your now all;&nmrCa.beaiedsn&.. I I fata nearlyGrtiotnaeAGxs, ep'Wjs
iuid defence of 8oothern Rf uts s;>,] institnlionB of rirrxui srsoasa ruTnv 44.sazscax
equilibrium was lost. 3Ir. Wpodvrard says, credentials to the Convention, formed,, -'- ho dissemination of correct' Information uIN attribute. -the Yours result entirely to your TalntbU toedicine. wooa-ctmu. K will .prea'tit .i4i:4nZ.4r1pv1rZI

in conclusion : 11; further impediment to and as to Northern Poljcr. and the course of Political ,'with" respect'. and gratitude, and descriptions of lio mo* 1i'OTtUt *
going on 4 P&XCX CAaoojr
Mr. Calhonn my ABa5'igtDerally. Without reference to the old ia the United'State* IPd9'f&tt' I to-
*
*What was the provision; would have justified me in not attending it, party lines ot \ Tiig and Democrat; Arranpementf rehTg pcrsonally: 'exweintai with tLe- | rsoBJ suits ofAaericea bputy sii 1 tai.to ,
had in view, I shall nottakett'on; myself to are novin ,promptly' to ensure the FOR. TIlE REMOVAI.&ND PERMANENT abore earned, I believe her sutemeat to be cor-, IiItte prsct csl tsea'.s on iLcbDiosh2actIaesy
p--ogress
had
state. The world will ihortlj- know through even not other ciicumstance3.aTcaly! Ueueofench a paper under the title of URF OFALLtI..SES-ARISpQ reel.- -JAa7E- M.D. Caca. izine-wori, tad Engl.searbg4 'sfl afl thMJa

a much more authentic iredin than my pen. alluded to, preclude! my leaving ho.ne. I Ineveitheless FROM.AN IMPURE STATE OF Justice cf tie Pea .. wefaliamorethaaeao'thi ?- *?
-THE SOUTHERN PRESS THE BLOOD
OR HABIT OF THE of folio volumes,macaxiats,a***ether.boeU.
My purpose has been to sho'Snwhat h'e did: on ascertaining that it won U for the conduct of which raitable Editors have SYSTEM. VIZ: B.Prepared It and sold, wbo1et1e em}retail brA.. The great object c?this paMii loai*,to&!* P
D..SANDS; ,
not mean, and this, I submit,;lias been satisfactorily not be in my poer lo atteaJ the -Coiiven- been rajragcil. wlio will also receive the aid of a se-pat; oiriiis eriZ WIe9metum, sliittrutCnelUS Fnltou et .corner of, Drogjpnts WilEiia, snd New Chemirts York. ,Sold 100 before practical mca and stvdeaienel>aa aoMak IIamocnt
done. I trust, therefore, that we number oCem;> tion, caused colleague, Ce!. B. AI. Pvar- (Tuptioiss, pimj'rs, or pLes on the by giit4 generally throughout the United densed form,M ibell enable>t Ml$* rvozk J9t&. -
my
Thee wilt be both and
shall here whether from ipnorance a TRI-WEEST.V a WEEKTV State
K'.trfitt
nothing more; .Tcz. tnet, fbronictorttyu, ringvmn.rtrttetttcardlivfena and tanadas. Priw ,tf I. per. .Lois, : .six beat advaotage ud'to rnif.HiioeQ .rajitsVi
of about the "fanciful son, to be iuforn l uf the circumMauce issue-the latte to contain rtb3ta.iM-.iHy the <. BotOesforiS. < :
dishonesty ) in > f.rnflIt and piM tf --j- which they mirht eUienrije Ssommlt. The
equilibrium of southern 8ma matter na the formo;. aid lu'end to reach the fc-m J anjjnnlt, itullorn uceri, t Hitlttym Ior rate in Jacescnvilie- by" of useful ;
idea- of preserving the order that my Atmate: vrfton ic.irni a thow points of the coutry-who e ma lacilities tnm. inrona&tioa fhu br urattothare -
tnatira4 'or lumbago; and distantantir JunrS. J.'FOIMAN.ft get.httl*almost beyand $
State f the "crying pe.cid
and northern ?; or $ United
injiu.ticen of restricting the ntitlliern population few day* at wasCo!. Charle** M.tche.l, arc A f"AiLV issac will ba addc-t iarpafior.( shouW antiitt* front or dry an ,iqjiuficioiu or w tf mercury, Au usftne, P. ft. fert>raA: &Pttii sded, ia baa'dy *ny ztbj.ct. wfU4n.lt.

mi ht lake place to ..lefa'catio.i it be deemed dv i ablo by the eir'iure immitdtnct ta Moatieelio LEWIS fc Aass G. ft. range wh'.ch ia net treated With snob elcsnes*
to an even ratio of inert tec with thewu1aern. my preve.it any or tireessary press ljfs axi, chronic cnutituii.n.xi ds.rtterz, 4'c. ; TIl&Lasseaj and precision, that.ven avsanfth..sIrdJ.
and le of the oathfrn Staffs IILNDBZCKS.N & Co Sayiiana1m.
in Ihe reprs.-e-itatio.i fra n Fionda.C ..- pen] bsttnH Is thw nary capacity caaaot fail of zaAU0tao .The paper will n it be erruirt'y political- prernmtinn are 'truny! corceitrare.l -
One thing, however it improper: to add: 1. l'earMi, ho.vever, startej 0:1: his ia. ero!>rjice on itsb-Tivl sh otthe' ncral Vewi all thMe licina! nmpsrtiea of SAU. i- far thus biia learnias to know from; itaaca vhM' t it ii imsorUat

Nr. Calhoun tlmugnt that tlie tv>uih owed of .the day, tJoincstic and EoreijTU. by wall: and cmnbinei! with .
sion without Rimu :the eP'-ctual
i recciviim a letter which \xava.tin -> tcleg.-aph Commtrsial aad Agriculturul I&Ul'jgenpc most Prom the taaczoi list of the jAjrfpt.lriitlSrfi
it to their safety to t> >e theaiu.iiou! into : auK the
ppu \ ; ,; bus asr.val! atP.coaU foriHi.spurpo Literary Crit.cwan.! Oripual Sa-'ars, Literary mor-t saluUrjprtx' cton. ,ne most adsuheet3omprisedinthJsrokittspsuf.t.dent .
the Union of any more ftee nale.s with acd Miioellaneouand.. In short, all t? 6e potent and piinplesof! the vrj>v'a Je kin .loT.; that all citizens engage!ia ifc practical add

a view to mainta: the rquili iutn as n-nr-: e. J Ir.une
jy a jKiiible until such an tm-nJment uI to h :i'. a i.l it wi.I be in ins Bovver to epa: which cojst'tutss; the inte-estrr and valaibleXewsjiaper patients themselves- also by Physicians from the possession aid study of.tiui publicaliou;
the bo } 1
full following may especially slgutedt1
the Conslitutioa as he cuateiAplatsjle rouL i Jrc.it cicwilL b-s t-iVe-.i to s vc
made." .: to ihtf Co.ive.ition the cans*_ of the vacaiicy and correct Renort of the Proeo d!">!r' an 1 Teb.aKs that it las received their: unqualified recooisnenilation Millwrights; moulders and. lo&r ui1uees1zt

_ --p---1' I| ura.ch nas ccurretl! 13 iae rej ;e ,r..lat o in both Iionsw ne 'iwg'e. jn.Tr.--H tta tho and the approbation; of the public Ileatl-Qnnrters PlcTtda Militia, ficers in brass,copper and tin; ejtt'.er* and trork-
3ti)1 otie local Lejriils.tar aon the .southern : : and has established rn its OHM merits arpputatjra TLLiAzrr: : .fay th iSO.JjIlERE..S ers of steel in general; carreattti; hricknu&en;
Front Kty Wit. t'rnsj: his part o; Fior.ia. ; fur VALUE and EFFICACY far suer.or workers in ivory, bone,and iora civil engioeeri, 4
]letter in the Savannah ican. da- \V.th A Rm't-' r.nia'xsr o'-iy nl \-V-iT-rtwnm'-jts will an election of Mnjot General railway contractors, 'and'crotrulAn fur earth
A mcJ oi b1t.
Rfp- :: the
re.--pe.-t, yoar ficrv'i., { to var ou* co.-nj/ouudH btarn ; the / 7 for the 2d IHTisioa, Florida Ald.tia
b re&vel-th* taivi n'vjopt h i: j to famish was work and masonry of arery 4 led Key West. June Rh, |;;vLne particulars JOSEPH M. I1EKNANDEZ. Ia-c iao i >t of xsM ;- n'Q-* ..aiao nf Sar aparilia. D'scases have been on the first Monday of April rlt., eai itappemriug and bridge kuiiiers; buThdcrintxLr T 'f >pf,and

Jo the i'ts' {if tie Cmaexpe't.tion. CGLUMts Daiw The I.HI.!'' wi5 V ,ritr4 on a Vet dna! in cured,t>uch as are not furnished in the records by a fell c r.Vias of the Returns ma>i-2 lo < bricklayers;'sbip'builiien,ThIOtOf Tesseli,'!hIs .V',
pertaining re lq.. the t xecHtive CZee, that UEXJAMJN HOPKINS -!
otjiAr ,and vthers conaoct4CwflkbuuIdjxznd
carfjentsTB
siz to ib9 --ofte V/ftshitjfon; paper and of time past; and what it has already done

The writer -ay. J: EJ.ua oi the lifj; ubran.3oiF the raatc'ial. win be proohred e. *3-olly for the for the thon=anJ? who have useJ it, it is ca- L'ivucoa it of duly f'Jorids elected Militia Maier Oeneusl ef said 2vt dressers docking and ships rope;maker block andpofcp; mauulKturert nultrs of;kemp linaa .

By tl.e brig Sutjn whtii put in l-fre yesterday It '< .,-i itir; hr-<>-} that "vz'f trao "Veal to pabeof! doing for the auiliius still a4i3l-T.n; N.:; i* 7 LI er.1 e knurr.. That the abvenatnd and cottoa fabrics; manafMtcitirs of-ipioatng t

in diMies from Ala itiyas we aisiufr.r.iiri : CAPTURES ix CVEA.-It :s TirOTtj: thi ''mrh Till ai I \ i pf ta's s sVa'eri'and and VirurnrliCgrlh ii ea e. It purifies, Benjatuiii l1okics is he-eby pminIaimd.dtly machines, roripg machracs)icsrd-breakjn sad

that five oJ mle }.:. t.or.. ; jroIr. ai i V at-ii that .i funr.ird th itin-j' wit'-i tl.- arn-i't 'c-ibe, eiean.4es.an (h.trengjhens thefoun'a n elated Major ( enera1of2nd Isivisoe Florida. finishers, drawing frames, irnkpf*'sad pkken,
: j io.i pat.'hrs latvc !xeir '. sprmgiot MiLtia, and when eontmidnzed will be obeyed etc., connected with cotton,Caz rand wool
., } ma-
hnieaa .Sroichnaru-in Kii $Brr;ja aau; to ?oia..uth.nj it-presasUtiVd t 'ahi.gtoa. IIi, at l isaeutiis :cc.w.'i at ti c Sj-a, M Lera: nn lhat fifu-rt. f P> tU fh.T1jtiMtiM. and respected accvrdiaglr. cliiaery; calenderen, bIe.eheUM4 cohen pria-
an AatfT car.a ot aver wlkiie aniiiia. frame.
oy. t.-j vith-Hisl by I Ur to reznt ; THOMAS BROWNr ten; cloth folders and mcasurers .SJid pwio&t iiteroeted
fet Jl a; iiala.a rv <;j. s-i JL ,;. 1 i.t-r* .44lILrid ii 5d.ros.iO pr MinNtLave rzn ub-c/'j.tlon: f.ce of j otage. The d rtase.for which this article is recommended Governor and maandsr-in-cMif ia sewing machineij; (Itcbor and e&mik

are part of t
you before, the Govei.rr J'Jd I. euie,. u: | : .. For Tri-iysij'klT di/j.is tlia s"nilci of ire. irom persona; experience to be adapted ; L. A. TROMPSCJT.laat ; pin and needle nkerj; nail ana rfvtcakers *
bolt and screw-bolt makers Bail eutUn
Governcr 'l I CarJenas lntL.'Vt. stij if ".i*".:, ca, 1 ei-wJ :' t tlieyiceb. aaj tliui-e apparentfy remnved beyond the aid lasptdor Gemral ; ; ,
coLaers leather dresscra aid bcta-
1 of ; Cunyen;iaaaa r
*ie itaier j=art tee! were Auwric.i! *. .. ;
p'e.ipe'l the.r tioiicr to |.i .v. *:. : ..tve.Tlie WUc jH. 200The ) -j'iiere (it'it$ act on have\-.el.iel I to" its i.3ua..te. Ma.y2iI&J-39. 1$ rem of great gmns and sasaU armf; candle makerlj

trxecutUiti >t tJie > y fr'eiti.p.ii to4iave i.-u iTij-e J liarueJ a1: j jrtri rt t-i in ivti pnjnf ia; r. -ili.*: .vtio" i.-ii-i '>; p.vd 5iv.watdy : The cala'o, us of complaints mht biscuit and cracker makers; liee makers; ribbc iwcTera

i ten hf'rr.ble. Ttc; il. t-j .1t.lhlI* tire'! .0 Zbt? Un te.l S ales. t i.e ij"-! nf ..t.ci.a'.oii J'i ;i.lraucu:, a id tiwcaih nct'oinjuiny the natna t 1M. gf aliy
vvilbruit hi.ng him. tIe K.-c iiii 4..u... .. u..u > Lad Lte.i jsuauurJy ir.eJ ty coar. scut.il .3 a to his knees, the tli.ru, by "r. erctf ;;;e udi'cer jv'rHJis ;.n--iT/g ten nam-J-* lilt be cti.iie.I a-ii i is aJji boilers
niart.al.hisuisu!. f'T i-acu sccs; d uay : new trophies To MAT Tcaji, 1450.-I/i Chancery. gtau makers sugar au4 &ienwI2h praprktort
put their mu>ket> u< .- s It aJj ai ; A.i -ecsive a eopy n'jl o yar : to its !i.mune.AXOTJWR; of sugar plaatatioaij n toalaetw* .
.i: to : Tlie>e live aie .& Me i.i-ar ot icpuricJ that ',t iabeen ...itrisrnrned A. P. Bi-Tun.: saucy Vandsripo, ) railway,bar, round, ribbon nsj rod iroa; .wlMel IIobtata
peces. JAr KN MOSTON, CURE OF SCROFULA.Tt.e vs. > Bin.?02 Divoacz.Joaa axle, and spring sakero; engine tdrezs aad VUr
being captured, of those kit behttivi ai C'ar.tlenas : in Cabti.et cousic.l! lo hoM the Chan> It. TOOMBS. fa,.y.v.n r striking anJ aj will ba "W. Vasderipe. ) sons connected with the locqmdUv* generally;

lliuiiih tliete were *eiy! or uirtycf : authorit to rgid! ; accountability for the J. Tii JMPsON.Wahiwt'n.Iy < nd noTr &t t Jj day them. It IB supplied the (otue have seen permanent: cure ot an inveterate case I ant, by bar Solicitor Osiaa B. Hart, sq., of szatioaary engioas; lumber davers sail omen
.e.ca1)e1 to the country. titainie.il c.f Amc-naiis. aiil I that a stcalf ; l 2i. lO.i of Scroi'uia, co.nr.u-j. jeli tu a.i s.mJarv aiiiiinovea for aa Ordor of i/jblioatkci herein. of esw mills;veneer cutters;om jsBf planingehlcery

< t 1 is! Jo l le dt.>pacheJ: forthwith by tie .tiflcteI : And it bciaa: shi-.m: ta the acuf cUou of tie Court ; corn millers,acd pertjns ceoaeetedwitk 7
Auuther letter in the tvune.i paper &tatelhat > i IN; CatCLF UOUflI' : by aSd Cona. Jan. 1 .
not shot hut that State Department v attrnJ to ilie bu.-ii.ess. ovrupaT, 143.Meisrs. the Mate of r'iorida,and within tha U.-States; a-d persons using grain-sEeUkg aad threshing
Ihefice men were ; one eArER.y CIRJUIT OF FLORIDA. SAXDS : jentlemon-Sjiapathy for the It is Oidtttd, That the salt css be beard at machinery; buhl workers, earTe ,,t.agn>v n, ad

was pardoned becau- be saved the life of SLAVE TRADK ABOLI.-HEDOX THE WIIOI.K Coc.\rr OF DLVAL: Ls CiiA-sctav. .ifJicted induct me to iufurra you of tL.3 retnaikaule the next term of this Court. ornament makers ia geaeral;&er D9*.aploTad ia
cure eeotd by your sct.aril1.a in Lie to e Anti it is [is,ther OnJtitd, That theaaMEe&a- the manufacturing of gas; ma ari of eopporaad
a Spanish soldier. iNDjA'ATD COAST or LIBERIA.-The subjoiaed Julia' t L.a3J. ) uf ray wifeh was fercrely Articled wttli the dant appear and answer said hill oa Or L15f3e the lead tubing; Keen and straw pkt f"1 makers; abipoar&era

Of the men capiureJ.and taken into of letter from Governor vi > Lilt for Dirorc surui'uls ou diCe.Oiit paria of ikt Uxi time gU.iJj first JV/i dayia r\ovemberneit, aad ia default ,harbor masters;aad ttM9 iaterwUdiaedging
extract a Xathaa B. LaAl. ) of the seek w,re gfca Jy enUiged ami hm Lutbs thereof that the eaid bill may be tiiea s ainsi d- x&aofliaery; well sins ; astrrooaeri,

Havana the Key West letacr add: Robert of Liberia to Anon G. Pheps! if tT npcarn4 tn the yatisfactian of the Court, Ai'ier suffering ovc.rn id him pro cocfeo: PrcviJtd, That tais Order ba philosspaora, esd other osioj pndcjwphical apratti *-

The authorities at Havana are fully apprised by aSJuvit i.-d. that th j I Lefendant in tbvaoave tiaidLg no relief from the nuie. ej uvd, the d.*. pubh.ihed ia some newspaper ia tue state cf Florida sid in tram eats;'miae4 e ignrter ,; smd
of the facts before!: suited, of these New York city, published in the Journal! fComtneice e..tt1eaae! reside1' oat of ths ate oi tae attacked oae leg, and l ltW tua Kj sup- fur four mouths precauingJOS. others interested in pumpIng QBgineti; tenons ia*

gives intelligence of an impoit- Florida, and biyond the jansdiction of this Court, laf.I.l. tier pliy&ciau aUrued it ahoall be laid B. LANCASTER, restei in canals and qa.duiur; warwonseabeflithers Imi
inea being on their returnto: New Orleans. therefore, oa motion of said Complaicaat, t>y Judge Martin the U. S. ;:pi&lrict Juilge i at ant extension of the territory of the African Oriswold & Uryant, ICsqs., her Solicitor, Heist bttttSt. lu this wtaiuoa we hot;-
this -place communicaiej' to Gen. Camp republic, by which it will be enabled to root It it Vnierrrf, That said Defendant appear and were iu.luoej to a e tau.-*' .-&rap.mUa ILe AS"rrsE A tree J cur. J/?: Prasewell Clerk of workers in metaLs and alloys; Jj -{Jat jrarkeaaj t
l.nant first bolile decided aui wo-i.lu.-fol efVet : oar"aid taan-.afac.roi WbeeIri -
answer the LIIPoI Cornylaint ofaiI Conj p/odoced a spiag ; gaU, UKk SUrv -
bell a full statement of the evidence taken out the slave trade from the whole wind varJ within three ciuntlii, or tue ta.tae will Uj tikca aacoDf : ri.Uevuig more ibau nay pecrijtion he b.td Court, I.eyVest.. J/ay 21st, A. i). IdSO.J. here and horalogisU, etc.. eiat,e.t$4 .
by him from Col. Picket, of the Lousiana of Africa. The 3xd agahiEt hiia. ever taken, aad btfU. she txul a.-ei six bottt..:, AI. B iCiWELL, C. 21. C. C. The pnbiisiers have ejrpeaia-Is.i 0.
coast letter is dated Monrovia
Regin'ento testified heiie in Cnurt on the // u further Ordered, Thai a copy of thia Or. to tkea4iu..iaboicutau lueugutof tier ftieud alau _:.M>y 33,1853. 4aBrousht money to.get original drawing;*efsymJ
arre.-4 of the Captain of theCreotq the intention April 20th 1850: d<*r. duly certified by the Clerk of lh:$ Conrt. be fouid her lieatt/b quite rtsto.cd It i iauoiTorcra practical Bse ia tic* country, az4s'r. rj.4

of those on the brig acd fcarqne to re- UI am l.appy to inform you that nothing: inbLshed in some new.iaper printed within the year since the cure was etect i, aad her health to Jail, almost every roth on the sabct, wbstheflp.b..
has cla tera Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively reiaaiiu go J, abowi&j; tL L- < e wj th.roAy A NEGRO fAN who Us Bifari ia England, France or ssny tik ne (f
occurred last letter is
and also that wine had since to to wys naaa
tarn ofthem my
never yon-
.
for three mouths.lliO.. erauici-teil lin lb. nydte a. Our neighbo.m are Sam, aad that he beioor essential parts of which, beic* eo rbraedDietioaary l
to Wuaaia
intended to go to Cuba. interrupt the even progress of our public affairs. DOUGLAS, Ja'JSe. all kuoi<;g to tLcse bcLs, and tiiink very highly Br&nn. cf rrheU Point, fl.rit. He is render it as perfeu .' ad ..

The writer continues : By the Liber.a Packet and hark I. LEWI FLEMIXS. Clerk of .aid Conrt. do of a4d4' ke..l.au1a.uuu __Ia.j-' iged about 23 years, aad is bail 5feet 6 sire possible. Thapaaliaha l ar eadeaor
Chieftain, Mr. IvIcLain sent us a email hereby certify the above to be a true coj.y of an WitU mespet, rL1U$ PL5. hgh: ; he hd c a an cud white wool Lit; hia to use great economy ia typoju i iof tbaf.eaehpeg,.
informed the of the work csataiaa at
We are "by Captain amount of funds, to aid in the purchase bf Order mad and entered of record in aid entitled Extract! fn>m a letur from Mr. lu ralum, wers g aj .ae1 was so torn that h e =not be do..eiibei of tae words fsaod ia ordinary leastfoaj ts'sftbsusnsaiss."
JSusaa that three-fourths of the people of -and which have turned in aid Court on the 2N.L of May A. ; he hn the scar cf a barn on his brf ji. pa
territory we to gioJaccount. rauae day a euaCila.b -.,eli u.iti ia De:a-vare countr. This hue also cacsred lo tiifc : tMs.w.rkinga F
JVlatai.zas are in favor of the expedition.He .- I). 150. The owjcr wii coma f>rar i, prove proptrtr,
We have just- purchased three In \Vhercof I hereunto It co zs.ieii5 iteif to all sun.iariy af- aod I ay charges, or L* will be dealt wiib M tie 4r.TiBS cf amyla sue and.iea4s,so that a ssjechiaic
wa there during the wfeole'of the afiair, Testimony s*tL. coaitnu
tiactsof in the I may SjOOttratitetaJ.jaa hiaede"scribed.
country neigliborhcm ol ri ctei Uw rvqsire*.
[ s ] my ku-U, aul aiHx ih seal of sold : f'n" *> -'*
and thinks that Maiauzas yvould have been .. _
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Gailinas and the first instalment. Ian H. FHEEZE
M.
paid
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Court. ,
KOSBCET, N. Y., M rco If7. TLe publishers are, ia shorCdetonnmedVrV1gtrdless
taken had the adtenturer reached there
without, blow. now about to v.sU Ga.liitas mysc.t. to LEWIS FLEMING, Clerk, Ceit1euenMy wif La< tscd *;v r*i bottles Jailer cf Columbia Cevriif. J7b. of coat,to make da work eomplet* E

a conciude the purchase <
Lewis, the Captain of We. Creole, Gen. and two o her tracts, which will give u.. a': June 21.1330. 3mXoticr. eiit3) ia thii piaue; from rhuh she has received the wortwiH procore iti iimed ia nqftbe.s

Gonzales, Aid to Gen. Lopez,' Cot. Pickett, the territoiy lying between our itIVorlhwe e.fl 't'ciol bcueit. thAt I aa iadu s 1 to add at Reduced Prices, and thus encourage the ent.rwasi. *-

Major Hawkins, and Col. 0 IJara have ben line and the Ban pre-e ui.fte to tn-3 ab.a-d.smLt Jtiuaojy now before th.pnbl4c ATTUE"J4CKONVILLE The work will be iaausd ia seateatb17 .
>lbounJary an in i'or ot it* uedieiual virtues tier f.- hers, commencing iii January, li md wl -
CHEAP .
arret4ed the Marshal oi ihtt ..District.Tbev STORE.Jlhe
by will popj-.tr4; will b rcceire.l by ....a'4Thowbote
which able r'
ei u> to ext.rpate; edectunlly, SEALED Ler, iaoth'r, and ia uy UL.:4e.- rcUtivei ba'a blriUiuM gresi withgrest regnlarity., : -
refused to give bail, ani will be taken the slave! irate from the wl.oe W.niwarJ ( .e of">'t Johns Senii.iary workwiir be .
i iCoa L tu cotisouptuiu, aad U wessappoe.adttuit : .-
by the Marshal to New-Or&r for trial.- >L For Galhua* we sha.l have to of L.-asiin.*," L>caed: at MadL-on Court she two was icclioed thd MUM wa/. due bad A. the Sdbtnlbrr e.-ttelss has just recetve.I In store bcrs,at 25 ocats per number,and*oapleUdi*itt -
pay which be
Home Florida until ISo'-'o.k. M SaturJay, following ; olsn el
Lewis wa first arreMed for violating the act .ma reial turns of raLuag bljod, t) and at length in the crstyeat,1iO. 1Ib.dNS.2&W
heverai thou-and .ilierefiire.ve L that fiJi salt
dollars cannot to
i jof Congress prescribing the iiwbtr! of jassengerA with deqi concern for a, ,xa.ice in n Air trc-cliiig, and fiuiahiug cuiu|>rA j4 j -

a veaeel may riz. Pending the ilcLa-u, by tue rtrturn packet." building,fifty by thirty feet two atari?*iiigh,with azmala.iiia. ai before meuttuued, f.-om tiio u.e of I'okDo.., as 43 M vance, shall reoeirt tie work Osmck tbepe*
qur&tioti of commitment, a 4tscharge, a nolleprooequi two wi.ig*, encb. twenty-live by thirty feeL *Ui<.L iier hcalUi bx boea restored; *o ths. for White, Plain, and Fig'd de., fa 15 to 50tiinghams office tree of expwae. 4 1 "- .-- ir

was entered by thle Ditrict Attorney. The New Oileaug Uulietin, that A The whole work to b* co'a.lcted| ready for cue i ut year aha Las bcs.i abla M atlead t.a bet40&iiv.tiC trom 13ft-4 to S718Cations ..MarehH.JacIisonTille. :'
Lewis with 'above says delivery by the 2)lib day of I Hceember neit.Htind .- duties.Keijectfully. ,of the latest stylefrom 10 to SJ
the officers named large body of mew who ba! collecle! i in that fur the faithful performance of the contract Joa.f B. ISSSJIHAM.BROXCIUTIS Linen Chamberays,from 33 to 25 Cben'tt Store*
were then arrested under the 1 Lvv [.rohibrtrng will be required. yours, Figured Laces,from 13: 3-1 to 75L. ,;,'< .--
the fitting out or setting on foot armeJ ei- city with a view of froceeding tn Cnba ; Perna diapoaed to ItOL, can obtain more Rpeci&c CURED. O. Handkerchiefs? 12 1-2 to 1$) 3 rrr:irmrs jx&cir s mxtdB&

peditiou against a foreign po. er at peace were, recently formally iTafuled!: lo i con- information ai to tbo character of the wok to b? The folio via shows lh virtue of theSarr.airla Linen Drills, from 1 1-4 to 193Veitinga tT ., : ;, .. .
done, and also see a draft of the builjbg by p rtoual from 63 to 100
wuh the United tates. of the recent a.lv".ce* of the failure in rf moving Bronchitis a di>- < rai SUBSCRIBER
heauence application to Lilt aad Lue! thread 7ar s. fm 121-2 lo C212A i eiiiieai JaciiJoriSa ad.roanilag ..
tho
The U. S. war steamer Sarauac Capt. IJAt.TO.\. POPS, ch. if nut ?r 2e-l ly arresteJIta to51515UmP1 form
se wn .
of the attempt on iLit lii3.! foe ajjortmaot ef Edgings and Insertions at country,. that aa opea.jts obeys ,
Tatnall, arrived here on the 251A of May TIIEODOKU HAi'.TRIDGE, !(}U. (ft-allay* tip.t-mo.i.e acttoi.itauges every price,with many other articloas in the Dry t.wihenwthsiew: to sell goo.s streuso.abta

from Havana; the soop-of-\i-a.-! Gctmautoicii.CapL HoNOCR btE.-It is bAIL- :; :: S OUAIIAM.Huilding : the Fecretioa! an.i by its tonic a idveprop'rtujjs tjood* line lately received.. A call is solicited. nta, bellavinff that a 'nimble euaq*bstts

LoA-uues, <>a the 27tl ami the iloopof IIOXOCR TO WHOM IS Cumuiittei.PrCpoaila renov the uaLeaUbya.U May 23.-tI Wil. P. DEWEES.. than a slow shilling" He has teoaved) aad-i.
iinJtr-to: that the pal ant Gen. T.v %%* is will aim be receive I and coui.ei! co:2ztandT receiving; the atosr ?aUa1a5.Z aad, Z'
-' ar Albany, Capt. Ra.i J<>{jih,j>b the 2fln, a.U the pat.fnt i* rfslorud to'hearth : .
alwmt lo letve h s connuirjj in F.oritla ni: for erecii. the buUJing ltf nrijV.U LAT -ZTLZ..Of. Fancy tad' pwDq
fxum Vie aaute place-oiSctf* aad crew a.l leave of ab -nce. aiJ; that liC inir soal l eepT.e. ocder of tho lV ad olTrustees 5 a1Trc1tT, Masi.Nov.l1, io. Administrator's Notice; G.odstoi. J; .*

weH. The Albany and Gtrniai>(incn were We CitAiLLES ItU-LL, I wish to mike MOXTUS after deter we sfceH prawnt onr ,and American Prin'Chas&rayrWhite Gnhup1
awir-Goaileiaea
; to ariive in thw city. trustthat See. li. T. ?t. John's of L. Mt'ia. .- s SIX English
at, Havana whew tee Saw Lvud anJ Gear- th will be zed to public, for the good of tlwoc lSi ted witit li.oaeaitu. *and vouchers to the Honorable* the and C loreJNeaIin-
.pirtu-Tty K upnn 3uaelS,1330l id
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Tl then of iW apiiiiUj.My JuJ-jeof Probate for Dora Coaaty, for a final
gtaa vere captured. iv cniJ: ; the healing properties yoar Embroidered Mntlms Linen La .
ths Ge..eraI) *oine pubtc and cordial rev ; ,
give ia U a settlement and dUcharge from the Administr stioa
UO
twe.i.ymGaL2m*
before Ae harbor of for wile safTcrvd wr
the inivil HaVauaTtoolsrspg oat rej'liiin; ou ihc part of our citizens. It IUIl; I C LJiT i CURT: manner as u not easily djsa jbed: t at t.un.d shuwaj of the TIstate of iatei D. Felote, deceawd, late Salk Thsue aid BarezeL.C.}LstdkerchMf4
of these whicn .
ve&ceif, Capt.Kandolpli would b? escre 1nly ]iT. psr. in our opinion: ALAClIU.l AND LEVY COUXTIES.O not able to speak above a whimper,and ..whentxposed'to efetiJ County. Silk; and -Cottoa Handkerchief* 1- .-
had previously mfoi fined the Cap for tae c-tv auiu; Mes t > raider htm the cold air*, il occasioued uometbisg J01W C. PELOTE Cotton Gloves: Lisla, Spun Silk saa SIlk Di..
<
lain General it was his niletA oi .;ti> reuke. proper : C1IcEkt .. : like spasim in the throat, the'eZsoL of wiiich was CJ1AKLES PELOTE, Whit and CoIoreJHose J!
honi i for t-2eutol2uJer hu a r
uTf a;
They did not arrive, auJ the: r wc br.n % 3!. Uonnaa, V ,. (cit in the CATS antI eyej, causii.g tsar to flow Administrators. w ;. Kalf.frosgl L V, I
ing further orders from V.thLtun puMic <1 nner. .. '.3- ( Creditors h-.ll to ; Th eitatt was attended with a dry.cough, January 8, 1S71. .& .: : f
'p the G h. Twtr%* 'has not, w? bdicve, visited Jamei A Peter;Xdm'r of f .Marshal, produced by the] constant irritation and iuJLuaatioa Browa Shirtings: tail Sfleetiag!* |*?- uii s***
men-of-war ?*%
thia M< ""
to and -
came over pliie Jay tb s >"tate p nee in* Mexican war. Toe ho.ionr K. U. LSringilou, dec. J Aasetu, of the throat. J3y the use of yoar Sarsapa- JACKSONV1LLKSlale 8eaohed! -"- ,- ,v-l-j--, '
until the 4th of Jine, when Uiey'.ieft aja i of soU Court rita else was perfactiy cared;it being now more Irish LineMsTSJli Critatsj' Tf \
.vtrch he entitled rtilJe decrwtal r
< to wa4thea are oru of aua Female School.EnT .
for Havana FPaucoz than three moaUusiuco she felt any ymplotas l
p all having UemandJagaiust Table Damasks Scotch Jfcapet: ; 1 kf ;
umfe ttfy n A dae, aid xre m.iy all, t.l.it? it persoa* the diteasa. .. ; # "
the.sXaore etate are hereby required to Swiss and Cambric Muslins :> i s f 'l aBafd
TUt Wllutut Vrt-if-rtbr inform the ctizonsfJaie- ; .
Lelure at the town barn
ms "
The decisive vote of last !Wednesday in present the sword voted to him by the Legislature come .county, at-say oCwe therein.o u the seooad Extract froa'aTettfr received.from. N: Mnville his SCHOOL aad mrroaading in the COGST country RooM that,ha!la-ec-> |; %Whit Do.and Striped Colored Do Berftotr; J|. t '

the Senate against the propojfiiiort tA "Higher of Georgia. We hare thrown nut (i) day >f epteoaber JijQ,*ad esliibit their W. Harris a.gentleman tveIL .knor inLoflisa. end opened of the Court-Hoasa.) lie.rotarts his cf
story
this brief hint will d unAjd4.'agiLhuith. suioo + aged all p J.OIH who Trimmings every descriptzonij. .
that it .be improved
U Seward, 16 attach the \VrCmot Pio- hoping < thanks forth* liberal patronage extended to him;
thcir'deUiiudi Va. ; French Extract h ,
aid county |
then ]
gUili not com forward prove Cologne ; |
;
T
,1 te the bill. iias -Sir. -flepi.Vkji'ucro. his exertions end ,W
Cotnuromwe % xttn2iii>heJ upon. anti hopes,by perseverance
from
against said e Ute, Mutt be txcIuSed "Gentlemen-I have cnred a negro toy of mine merit continuance of the s&me, His terms Pear!, GIIV a.'td Bone Battoa. .jiA ,
the laid spark of vitaay) m that v.le pn>- the bjaelUOf thi decree. Aad BUBO, persons not who was attacked with a
with farsaparilla,
% June P. M llr.Phe'ps your -*- Cot And Le'sspook Cottocji|; o ,
8, arefor.Jliadlcs +
duct of lanattcianaad : -- tKirtie ta tbii siiit who &aU come ia before me lritJmmtI r
injatitv scrofula and of a jcrofulouu family.- _
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*llmust be admitted lhat liU advent of a uf ile, male n speech} to, day. Ina. a.id prove Uwir duuamU; *..haU, tw.orw they ar. "Yours truly, N. w..lu a '. ,". "VTriiins" aad ',-WOO MosquitoNeitih*; .. ? "r.- j -'.':"-*-t'ta-

Whig aJmtmslratioo La pro aic 4 a decided ui.a; to the npjwVi oanf utjra Southcruer admitted as eac'a creditors, ooatritriU the pro "Fredericks ililL Va..July 17,liii". Tn per above quarter, with Gremmar, Geojrmphr, er Fringe* GlmpVs, and Edginr. :
ia to Air. CuVcoinproni: e he lemat led wri iouat* eipenAu tuereof. to be tattled by nu asIxUster. ,, o WOr Wit*: trery variety if Ga .
brigkieaai the Southern cyv* S ram- > ; .aSAU'tV IIU ULL,?. SAiD.V> SiisATAlHii'. It "seem*-.almost : Hbt'ory, per quarter iopx '
!
paI bat AhuEbonim beom44u<;i the Ion to vi t fur the immeJae: admir4>K>n of California. J uue C-,-2ui. '*&>-e'Al Matter w Cwcer.. unnecessary to direct attention,toan, article so :.with t weof the latter-branches, per a Pry.Goodi& wifle. Store.. Parsons,1

pcr"MJiif democratic rule iti Thin has set politicians caculatri! well known, ind sa'deserredly-ppB 'r; as this vrter; I r ;
t a. Southern ..
? 3.
Iwssnebesef ... *
the. folio often who wlhlo usa He win teaeh.the higher -
to effect. laJmlIn but
Latin and Ureek4fueeesry.-
.: painful necessity of reK&t 3ly sigimii lhe resati': the tWv ot i Caou sea) Holler-- Cotton Gins the worthless extract compound.of- :awapllrill* bearing ar the.*. jladneed name, bat Jo;eon-try matics Hours; also ofl'aitiou-Fmnt* 9 to 12, and frortt !ris! ) .1350.- Yf

the Wilmot Pmvwn, nd ma 7ng it the ia* reaieee, ,'itj.ra:*j Gedrw.u taming little or none of. the virtues ot tnisT iua- 212to3o'clock.t PEtPALL-. Circuit C3flT'LISDZR.xCJRcUJD

of the laid. Scarcely; Lotitve* ha l' the t.a, pi IIhr me cmnpft) nt. Aa nt it I lilt ub.iber big1eaio i form the tIe roott aad we think we cannot coaler a (greater WILLIAM T* In oPfLuzIIrMtel: :

; luDcaabotfed Whig ideRi'Zachary Tay are V r4< ;a, ivmh, Ca/oltua; AIaa a? 1Ia4iw uta.& I.4tueIJ UU.toaS* L tIme i ubwitu IjeueSt oa our readers tban"io directing their at- jacecniilzy 9., 1S5O tf cyor Dtrvii: !* CtUT41Lj

4r lor, been fairly installed ra| |>oUer, befuri-j \3 i.oura, M wi&pj v and FuiriJa.: L\j .- lIth&ahe c.a.aapiiY buui buyable! aiad leutioa another to the eola'iaa.adrertisoment, 1 be bottle of the has recently 4erL.&ndsii been : Elisabeth CaHaaai, B

: the Wilmot Proviso, which 1 laJ| ju,t inumphed *ana aai Texas wui br.drriBeJ Catif Jrwin gu1D. -_ _-. --Corroji OIK*.' enlarged tatold a quart,.anti Uioso who.wjsh a Business Copartnership.DRT'"GOODS ye.. .- -S.' fiR litt DItr'ik --

over the South, wa* ts te4 from the wiU certajtilj fte aJmiU i, TtereVe.Forty a.e be* really good artiel .wjll fed eaneentrated la Ibis A1zanderCaUaba. -) :-. ? Y

hithflace. it bJ obtained; ,jJm.1; nov lies 4tiajur.ty.in.iile: HouJteia favor of dub; i iu.ig.t .i.tj.uel Gcier i4IUibt1Jd thI7 % idl the inedicioal val8eof thereoLt1OeXl* CLOTHING'fi! flbEItThS r T appeariag to thebyaSdarit VbFC0b4
lifeless ticked liWol hate t, a..t t iro majorit in the Senate. Li11 i 44, toW tor tnuu rfen'w of thoosauds has proved ia eaoacy in caring &_- tied that the DdtaniTaTh.l -
ia'the. dut in taO ICA *
fumto the various disease*.for wWeb It Lit ree omM ; J''s. above dt '

. t aadsiu ost by ''ererj" 1OI14Z&I1D! NayaI.-rIae.ir.S.'Store,*hLieai. Lexzito,,, 4aveuyEuat1a 'etil 44in rvretvetbmtr 1' uth.t upportL' a4H 4>snd at the brcwnt timfl.' jnort than any ""-?"i-UNDEJlSIGNEb: taveliSsijUj
Cotudg.iohn Mitchell ee&ottMJi4LIbo j.tAtD : other pcrjapt., U Uii aioitt nseful,IB prepay I .L i Store on thftNorth East jcorneroandOrsA 3t'r ca motion of ea1J t Ita&at, bj
t udi is die fulfilment of 4w inran Itoani'vej terA14 4 wkmpra BILiflE-- -;'-? .* .- vine-the gy1itm' tor ach&liZeQt;ICJQI1..4.LilCu Street;"and>w II wdactT UZL unea %Bryant;Eaqc b.r&b4tfar4'1 io
: at N. Y.on, the .23i .olt. -SKe'rtJJOTU ; -..- therein under the name aad s yl> of if.t. OnfcreJ.-:Ibat.aImL: Defend1t- '
; ti ms thatCen, Ty\orv\ that the fever wa*'racing tsian alarmBg te sale ewap, aad(. answer the U1 Of Qomplais$OtS91I4na
true M the Sooth and the exteat'anJ the1 deaths were p. E1oz. KIFL&STEPBE8r'flty %- i% aa three nthsor tts am Sfta f
p is b deno. "averaging ; te'ttificates recelved Ir.onV 's1e ay'ihad'0me as riU. -
; snoMjiag about 150 daily. Th# eptdeniic.was jing a rbaIIowing;; ? opened
nurea
AND CLOTIUNG,
GOODS
ribaribe) tnwi Proviso iou$ DRY
wpuldnia iotpveZaclurr'.iTayjor., U ..rapidlthronsh ail the netuonng Mirsa& s1oh. :. -Ageatn-show to wh'inh will.hi sherUy-swidedsi Ifld'W5tt" dnlyfrertiBel by; M CL.rk.fbi- *.
/ aw lawns, ana ptevai1eJ. Sores laded stock GROCERIES,JIARDW4RJ u_in -:;.
M4 aloae*over,his.*HUsuuiocI N. A. cmm&pt.1Zl3ItMIL r., ansi all mrtidej general demand.. era Cirenit of Florid once ft week oea ec -
li.li.. k
LUzconRej'iU&wi. liLa iateJthat the petiteSffii'Jo jlir 'par r i tLga atra,&tG ratktk4.FuY;:* : S1EEzrfl&1tttD.-frnt&( u _iTl; jialeadtt ': *jna !wl>!e tmsfJita ; i-ii v '

JTtlspof :_ don of Dr. Wtbster, are wxivit more tluui 8. fls) & CO4 t.rbeZ Z.tiu 1345,1 obtained At your store a Bottla of arsaparilla ot.csir$r Tir ODCcaeiand respeatWly.tob .
jlaiIi theneonflaedtomy.bod woutspfors"vveckcedsTooes cit a siirei tteipublie psungot&rmeittsIrill ,
: osnenHyAt half a roilllptt o ; mud was heretofore
it
Jatice U Centre street, Nr 1wk tao4en P.&rrt4-is & ZSAIUfl&*Oft tF$ 1-a Tlolti% !Dfeoit V be aamaiacturtd to.erder erib3riOttY S

'p th tiiDboat, A.A UELuaE, *rC1aV fewer wJre, ling itaniln on my. -.KIELIrSTEPHENSA -. .- -- Order mad 04.Ieedeats.
epot where the Jim in -
was dAPieV
: $ $ tOb.3T tbCft .
i *zriir4i t b JacnYUUo.IA.o.L.1erY'J Jxa.-stu.iIk 4 $ ii rlgt Z5CMYph7OIn1d1i50dUe ., :
cpern-batuclri1thifae. ITbere was :&,Eoout .* $. ,- waItbb n1YteI a- -- _-.. ,, % ii .,__ _-J
wtIe life. "Afteriiiinff tilrpf ta* ---.p 4. wi-gaMwwa -
'. rosnd Very t.IaLz4 .zt.Oi& liko preterramy TtederraT: thaDk1tot. P nl'f 4.r
% /deep, wbere-iQentre street 4ib ilarlea ILDGU$1I MenMeln.l.a. Wzu/Oa1E. EP.'q : bo tli*Ik*pftift kegail t*subside,and V" .tlm 'tb.yr.rtler&l patronage heretofore bestowed- -
Jictiniiflf ; l4t.-t Ii.Ho4aea, Talla.bs.3&kUcu J-1wj Pwai tUrIflg' t3prnZi : IliLIled nearly tbreJttt.s 1 w.abI 10 nrae; andrtsp eetfaUy.aojictTjts4oatinuaa*.. :: .vtj 5i -5 :iAi fe4' '
TifleitiLB Hod.S transact:taT regular busla...; anfbefoTOLI bii2 who indebted will phase *U ttu -
are 'to
Jo 'taos. trne-
Fmfcfiatreel*, 1it4bried tbIL finW dth fourth bottl ,afwaaa ;WII*0 promptly and iettle; JlOftlUflrKIMay a tS 3li.5&4.ApraU,13. .
'$,_ mth ,,'$$ sonad u wrI bad bea. I baTe no be&CktioiiU 2d tf -

: crew-pmpefltt. b'the year OLrE W D.vaitg'rauahse.; .t. Mqi, GMOj* 1S tt saytagi as t Sands'aanaparOla was the means, 1830. : -_-_

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TBEFLOa' I yand Fletcher are of a.' good else for framing MutalLfelluDce.' 1.aaabpbt 4. curr ntecaef widi a1

: *Qn'l''i'IIVUn: AT The above plates cannot be purchased at. the ., _. .HOUSE, FLORIDA. < ,FOR CUIMS, ,AT-WASHINGTON 751 mu..of al..l.t. sat
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.'. .y ,;:.P.,bJ' stores at less than three dollars each., "- tW. -' AGENCY? 1HZ' iIti..Ia.aaibe'ii'lpiii'uVa:: tessMrfBa /waKk Day

'COLUBUS: DREW._ botlat'Set of Plates for Clubs. L. HAHTSOIT. .A.'U."BCA. Now.York Lift Inenrahea' Company, WILLIAMZ. KEn..va.1f; an Dr.Towaeiif( *gamparffla.ea -slfl.OX*

: TL4.Th4o's pel' umun pa1abl. An entirely distinct offer from that above,leaving P'11II1SINSTITTION" under the cars of Mr. Uo. 68 Watt Street-, New__ Yok 5XA& WtttAlD' BOTTt, nDRISTLVAlfIA ATXStTE, COT*.OrJatael efa. .Tala Tewaseaf to a. docic,,.sa4
f
S subscribers to take their choice of this wide .u 'HAKTSOX, assisted by Mrs. HARTSON, was y aenr.| but Wai fttncrly a worker.laOfaaea, .
: .. fei MORRIS Continues to gi, hU prOmpt attention.to the arrangement
range of premiums-either the above offers or opened for the reception of Pupil o th second FURU Pll.SPElC1 > ? ali,sad tk*lUe.Tei| ke awmaM tke ntk of DrV**CMofpnee
: Stiterfjtloni,-if wt,. :paid befor the ezpirationf thoee we now propose. ,Monday. in'January.last.- ; S > Vi. and prosecution of claims before.Congiess -, of rUalaf jtlt tot watt a*ia aec., THd*b W

.TWT, an dHtrsd 94.AdnrttkmtnU Every member of a club, or any subscriber In From a knowledge of Mr; and Mrs. Hartson'ssuperior' Amount.Funds FRDJ liable for t.,. $205,089 'or'any of the ExecntiTe Departments.- ,. no* the'paWfc4t; t be eecive% sad ewtkaa
.
'i fll ba Interted at the following any other way, shall each be entitled to'the four qualifioationj,a well as from the most BaL Premiums above investments, : Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida aoae bit the OLfVLffX ORIOUML OLD.hisS
and
their former
': tfttot' -0..Don rr' :,tqnarc (of twelve linei) for following "beautiful Christ scriptural Over plates Jerusalem: "Christ'sRebuhe" ,". ape the satisfactory; Trustees ttmonisl.f embrace .6,9,6' or' Mexican wars J Invalid, Revolutionary, Half- TowBieud's San jiajrtJIa, kaviaf is< U t.iOI4'W*

tb. flnt aaA SeYcityFiva Cents for every rohs- "The Two Marys at Weeping Sepulchre," and the Deliverance the opportunity of recommending it to toe consideration From the Mobile Daily.Advertiser, March 17,'47. pay, or Widows' Pensions ; ,Naval or Army; IlkcBets. kl ls fca'jf:;toai ef arms aid SII4J.IIisS
'
: aeat buwrtna. Tjt retirly Advertisers a liberal L of St. Peter." I. of parents and guardians who may be desirous Lisx IuinuNcz.-A practical illustration of Bounty Land:. r..Scrip, under law of Feb.. .11, acraas the coat of JMmi.. .: :
Premiums are onlv sent when subscriptions are of nvinar their'daughters or a thorough the benefits of Life Insurance has recently been H.;
t UMtnatwQl be mff1 ';An transient Advertise- remitted direct to the publisher. and-refined, education. "ac furnished in this city, In the case of our lamented 1847 or August 10, ISIS; Arrearages of Pay and :1 -

saeat*(axoeptbyp Ws having running account The Lady's Book for 1850 will contain several This Institution is located In the immediate vicinity feUow-cltiien the late Edward F. Test. W Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for l

:. p: with tie tce) m&fce paid for previous to publlaattasL. hundd good engarlDg. of the village Madison Court House,one in good healh, some time l'year, he Horses lost and other Property destroyed;- Expenses .
; 3' Posmun sending Clubs will of the most deiilitfuland healthy towns in the an lmne his life of in the New- incurred by Volunteers before
being mustered
: J o very much by having them all addressedto Southern a population of high Insurance Company, (formerly, the
t i" rcnems at & d'ufenc can govern their remittance one name. It is no inconvenience to them,and mor and iDtlletu culture equal to any i the Nautilus,) of which Mr." James is and received Into ."rTiceWaggonm s-

*fer advertising,.by the following rates tOM win be a great favor to us. Ulitd Stte. agent in this city. Mr. Test die Tersddely. tire and Teamsters' claims; Marines', sailors',

.{nan (twt&re linesj published months Premiums to tht towns tending the targes thillnstuUoni the; and whole the conn.pupils of Instruction not be- and was the insured other, five day thousand the .was promptly : bo.. &o : \ ,

f. -. [J.. .. $10 00 i number of subscribers. permitted to pass over any study without l intimate paid over to his family by dlar. Having all the forms necewary for.a proper .

>' Tire fe/Mx I with it.. This will be especially This circumstance comment from us presentation of with
tenar**, months 15 00 Te town sending us tbe largest number of aquaintuC requrao claims together the rules
-I. KeUees te debtoj| and,creditors, 10 00 ma *for 1850 will be entitled to the case, exceedingly important sub to give it due force. .every head of afamilv and regulations governing the different Departments
Book for 1851 the in je of Mathematics, in the different branches of in a voice that cannot be
g.atis and next .Ildert.and
; 0 AjrpUeatiei fer .administration, 6 00 La' subscriber shall receive; one of nnm-the pupils will be thoroughly drilled, and required should not be disobeyedThe he is prepared to undertake all claims' af

e' For w. lien candidates office, 6 00 above plates. any to give the reasons for each step in everycalculation. the system, its beneficent and happy rst will what kind soever, that may require the servicesof t'j,

.j : K L. suggest themselves to the of e ; this
be made unless the same Adds A. GODEY, mid an Agency at place.
TAe claB in Music, HrawSngPainting, WaxWork and we trust induce him and do likewise.t
113 Chesnnt street .
; : be accompanied wisp the amount charged. 17-ly Philadelphia.Jan Embrider will he under the immediate -Certain it is, that no prudent man, who has a Particular attention given to the proper settlement ,

Editorial notice* f.r! private benefit will be care ; and the-e is n iu'ti- family dependent upon him for support, will neglect of Quartermasters'accounts..

barged double the1rat* advertising. tution,North or South, where these branches are for a day the Insurance of h life. Charges moderate, and regulated the amount ,t..

) : ., & ..Obitwyi;and Marriage notices,win SPLENDID ENGRAVING. taught strictest more thoroughly attention or will scientifically.The be paid to the. moral claimed and the extent of services required. ,I'

to pili .. jratii J and general deportment of the young ladies; Annual Rates of Insurance of One hundred All communications, to insure insertion, must ." ...:1

Cu.muL1.aUon1IIutbspost paid. THX SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PUBLISHING. while,at the same time,every thing of a sectarian Dollars o Single_ Life. I be postpaid. dee 4-tf Maa'lot>TM *B>;t4 Me f..i _
.
influence will be a carefully avoided.
ELEGANT ENGRAVING OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND
The scholastic of ten months is divided into ,
I. ALL COIIPfi'I'ITIOII: ECLIPSED. O f the ,Death of the Rev.John Wesley. year ; d G G ad au James. InscovgRZROT1ZGenuine '
G Bryant
two sessions of five months each. The first session u THE OIlGJtNAL
l TEX AMERICAH PERIODICAL. EKG..TeD IN THE HIGHEST 8TTLE 01 ART, commenced on the second Monday in January ap... a S. Br- E.,p. S. ATTORNEY AND COUKSELLOR-IT-LATT Towns nd Sarsaparilla

& TASDI1_ BY JOHN and to end before the second Monday in June. = t.o = U e..: a4
SARTAIN
ESQ, The second to commence on the second Monday Will attend to Professional business in the Court Old Dr.TowBM-il BOW aboat 70 years

Grahnm'iMagavine j 1850. A FTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING in i July, and end before the second Monday in < s C a! c pC .- of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed- ; baa long of been the Kn&KffOUtK the AUTHOR ORlOlJfJLBeincpoor.Sad'TOWN'a&'o DIWOYERIE

OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. December. Pupils can enter at any time, and 3 3 g 3 g3 eral Court for the Northern District Florida. URUP. *'LLA.. .]be wUes -
; : Among the good men who have spent will only be charged until the endof the term.- < < < < < aeued in limit lu--M. _fccHM. by whteh II ku
mHE- splendid z umber of"Graham's" for Jan- heir lives in the many service of their Divine Master Pupils derive grea advantage, however,by entering ALSO AGENT Mea kept out of mwSet kid Out *to? y"* c 1. nary, has U$ this" has always stood in good .. had the ear of .evertMlcM.M .
:. prise feign u .gazIne did JOHN ladies the full course '15 88156 42185189340 vain It rraihe many.
WESLET. With high of intellect Young pursuing 'i re and donations of lands the : heeled of dUeatea.
4. literary exeellence badpictoral bee.utylu circulation powers 16 9O16 1l92351 grants and location those p.r.nns.i'I4' bad been lore
.: and reputation: has won already for 1850 h led e united him a gentleness of disposition which ena- ceiv diplomas or certificates of graduation. 17 8 91 165 4 l9)I9336Is or selling thereof. and eat d from 2ath. proclaimed lu excel!**** a<4W
at the
time that
same he touched the
8 > l
COURSE or
STODT.
and abundant laurels in the loud
more 92169 45101 196373 o4erfuHALING
greener ender chords of the human ALSO AGENTfor POWER.
heart to convince the 8
praise which eon&j! from every quarter of the The course of study is divided in five classes. 19 46192198367 ,
1 mderstanding of tbe truth and Ida 11m
I Union | importance of the 9 9417 47193199401 the collection of Claims the United Xaowfa", .4f1, tI i.. thai had by
I holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. The Studies of the Juvenile Department, are 2 7 upon science and ex fi'-IIU. derUed am artele which womldbe '
Ttit First Edition,of tbe January number is And we take into consideration that his Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Mental Arith. 9 9 18 48 ) 94202417 citales for Military or other services, pensions, of Incalculable'*4v.tat ie to maaktad wae* .
already exhaustee,; ample as our supply was manifold labou of usefulness extended to a metic. *2 49195204449Zl supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses meant would be tnvuti hid to bring.IS tato oalvemlaoliee
thought to han Men and A SECOND EDITION of priod Pint Clou 103193 50196209460 or whe -feertlmbte virtues would be knows
:' t f equal elegance if) oio in prert. The vast increase whole period more than an unerring half a century-that course of rectitude during was ,. Grammar-Reading, Writing, Spelling, and Arithmetic., Modem Geography 2 9 107 198 51197220475 other property lost, for which the United States Sad apprecl&ied.4bIs' time has .&U Boaae. -ass
e of Its heretofore nnparallelled list of snb- 00112204 52202237490 is liable. supplied: thlf -
manifested in his walk kecund Class-Arithmetic concluded Elementary
S- enables and conversation-we cease 2 GRAND AND PJ .qUJLtZD rRZfJMTJOAU
their
scribers tc publishers of to promise and tj o wonder at the very high degree of estimation Botany,JtHdern Geography, with the use of : 07117211 53210259524; Address Jacksonville East Florida. manufactured fa she largest scale sad II Oiled fclthronthout
auceeaionumben
beauty excellence 64218289549
readers with which his memory is cherished, not only by the Globes, Parsing Exercises, History of the 12124217 the lt&tt sad breadth of the laud especially
neb a* c ftbe I equalled by no periodical he members of the denomination, to the upbnildng United States, Watts on the Mind, Rhetorical 2320128224 5 23 32157 M U U found InUpable of ( .a or dilsiloinIOL
In tbe world. ',I l of which his untiring energy and exemplary Reading, Spelling, and Defining.. 2928 1 35231 Philip Frazer r .fI.! .
Those who haTe sBreadv seen the January turnp j much contributed, but by the truly piousof Junior Geography of the 3 13113 23 57270420627 ATTORNEY Uallkf JOlla S. tT wl..D.r..1t Improves wttk scud |
& '
her need BO assurances of its excellence; every 1 sect. Heavens, Stuies-Algebr Analytical Botany 3 58 314 431 650 COUNSELLOR AT LAW, sever Chang** tat for the better; because It to. we..
thoee who have not we prefer affording the unprejudiced Hietor. 1 1 46250 59367463675 eared n taentijtefritttfltt bj a .itinttf mn. TM
The
FLA.
death of Parsing in the Poets JACKSONVILLE
Wesley was perfectly consonaa ,Essay Writing, 3 3 ,
and unaelicited praise of others. The Reamg hlfheHknowledit fCbemlitTy.and the latest 3ee**-
with the even rectitude of his life (daily ) Composition 'v 3 14325 6 43 49170 Will
from one end of the country to the other protractrd and 13 attend to any professional business entrusted eriei ofthp an. hv all been bronehtlatoreqnitttkw la'th.
press adds another to the many that the "cnd of Senior Algebra concluded, 72. U. Old Ors The 8vtaparilla
echoes the public ivies in pronouncing Graham's proofs Stents-Geometr 85136153275 62471520750 i to him in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit. manufacture o( SanaparUla.
the good man is peace. closing scene of the Chemistr Logic, Intellectual roof It It *'.ll known to medical m n.eo tahi
Marasine to be tfcji ablest and most beautiful periodical l ife of this venerable man is the one which Mr. Philosophy, Natural Philosophy 86 139157281 6349055078i37149163290 and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. H. ha* many medicinal propartie and some properties whkk.are .

tbat has .r been issued in any country. Slaxton has so happily chosen as the subject of and Latin, (optional,) Daily Essay Writing,, 64509571 81 also such an advantageous connection with an inert or n-ielew and others which if retained iprtpariB *
For ourselves, seet>- in the faith of our vast body his beautiful a faithful of which Composition, General Review of Studies. 38 148 170305 65534599850 It for o* protfttee ftmenUtifn ud Mid
'subscribers, we.laugh at, as well as defy the engraved in an elegant manner copy have 20157176311 6655962789 i able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensurea which U Injurion*W the*y iem. Borne of the proper-
.trnny efforts ot confpetition around us. Every at- would be a memento which thousands, we would thought wish PRICES OF TUITION. 40189183320 6 59 66 94 prompt and speedy collection of such claims AI lIes of Banaparill* -are eo 9tUiOt* that-,they entIrely
ftmpt te steal tke .Ion'. garb, by our imitators, evaporate and are UW In the preparation U tney an Mf.
to have framed and hung in the In Juvenile Department, sea. of 5 months, $10 be in his hands
up parlour. 0 may placed against the United reserved bye .c1 at.frtiut,know only to these
J lch would be to pr
diecomfitting J. McROBERT Aent
: produces a roar > order to enable such desire to do this to gratify First Class, 12 0 BAKER States. experienced la Its JKmo&etoie. Moreover ete.
.t .t any thing short of lie most brazen pretensions. their desires, Mr. Sara a who stands at the head Second Class, . 15 0 H. D..HOLLND, M. ., tiJtfrineifttt, wbleh fly off III Taper,or as u ezhal*-
KKW AKW SPLtSDID PREMIUM. of his profession States, has been Junior Studies, 0 Sept. 1,1849-ly. ian under heat, rM fte Tery ttitntUl mUUtl rrtftr*
engaged to engrave this picture in his Senior Studies, 2 0 JIeic'Examin. t uofib.owhItbgiiit0ItUhtI.1R*,: -- '
"Tire FIRST :PLATER, a large and splendid L elegant Jacksonville, If
best style, and, relying an extensive Music on Piano, 0 2 18. Spencer & Any person earn bOlt or stow the root Oil they t a'
upon patron- Baker
"- meuotint engraving site, making a most eiqui.r the been Use of Instrument, 5 i dark colored liqaid.'.wbUb Is more from the eoforiafeMtterla '
price low that
t site picture for parkr or study, ia offered any desire age it need be ha without put it. so The none who is of Drawing and Painting, 1000 Jacksonville Female Institute. : ATTORNEYS LAW, th.ootssfrom. anything else; they caer
$3. .crtber. Tfejs premium is far superior to then strata this iydipld or vapid liquid eweetem wUk'
offered elsewhere. a large size, suitable for framing, and wi be Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 100 Jacksonville, Fla., oar molasses, a<4 lbS call II 8AR3APAtILLA
any ,': printed on the best quality of heavy plate paper, French, Spanish, and Italian, each, 0 Committee of Direction has adopted EXTRACT or 8YRVP." Bat inch U aeith krtfcU
FC TBIR CHOICE. I a very superior manner, eaeh impression presenting It will be perceived that $25 00 per term is the mE following Win practice in the several Courts in the East- known a* the I hi;' :

Fer Three Doll In advance, (par money in I a the beauties of a first class proof, and highest price that can be charged for taition in Scholastic rgat011The of four terms era Circuit of Florida;in the U. S.District Court, GENUINE OLp fr& JACOB ToWNILaD'38tTSAPARILLA. '

the State from which it is remitted,) one copy of wiU be fled at the Literary and Scientific Branches, includingthe of eleven weeks each. Northern District Florida; the Supreme Courtat ,"
Graham aad a eon of a FOLLOWING UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES: Ancient Languages.The Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic Tallahassee and This i II to prepai. ,:that all the lien propertIes of a*
TH Institution will be supplied with Chemical per term, S4. The above with English ; prosecute claims before Con- Sanaparilla root ai!| trtt removed every thiaf capable
LARGE AKb' MAGJOFICEST PRINT, 1 Copy, $2: 501 I 7 Copies, $1 OQ and and a well assorted Grammar and Geography, per term, $5 The gress and the Departments of the Government at of becoming acid pt fit fermentation Is extracted aaeVjected :
pyadistingnishedifngraver, and which may be S Copies, 6 001 13 Copies, 0 Philosophical, Aparatns, and Miscellaneous Library. above, with the higher branches of a English Washington. r ; then evetfl particle medical vlrtne eecmnrfin
considered one of lie most beautiful specimens ot I 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY Clcal education, Algebra, Geometry, Il I a pare and concentrated form; and thus iHsfeadereftr
DOLLARS! embracing
His
J. MCROBEET !
BAKXK. or
and
tic valuable
: K. B. Vocal Music tanght to the S. SFE:CER. l incapable of losiiw any heallnfpropenie
nibIisher.- pupil natural mental and moral
Philosophy,
art presented-by magazine a ry, ,
ever any ) la this U Is mad the Mef
So that members of without Prepaid way
congregations and others, charge. Rhetoric Sept. 6-tf ,
And also a new ajyl beautiful engraving suitable ny, Geology, Astronomy, powerful agent in p e- '
for framing, of a Scred Subject, by this sending$ together and forming clubs,ca obtain One-ha ef tuition are considered due in Chemistr of Christianity.per term, Core of numerable diseases;
impressive picture at the whole at the middle of the term. bach Treasurer
I advnce, $6. quarter to be paid to the J.MeRODKRT BAKER
BXAUXO TH 'SAVIOPR TO THE TOMB, Hence lbs reaxei why we hear eooim ndallo us
Only one dollar and a half a copy!!! Scholars from abroad can obtain board ither .in advance. every side In Its fcv ir kby men.women,and thUdrem.. Vfa'
prepared expresslyC at a very heavy cost, as aPremium Surrounding the bed of the in the family of the Principal, or in private families The Scholars will be under the carer instruction JACKSONVILLE, E. T., find it doinc wondtft (a the cure of T.
Gift to.y ew subscribers to Graham'sMarasine. dying patriarch are of Female COMMISSIONER DEEDS COJfSOJItrTIOJrlBrSPKrStjl. and LTTXIt COMrLJIUtT -
nineteen the town. an experienced OF for Alabama,Georgia,
Or If Ieairod we will furnish in lien figures, representing the following persons i for instruction in and & Ri/ ONATr.r.JI. SCROTVLA.
of of whom R. W. PARRAMORE, President.W. Provision ha been L South Carolina North
( accurate
many mae Carolina Virginia laint
of are gi PI/.KS. COSTir&XKSS. all CUTJJTKOOS tttOfTICJfS
.f.ltb.rGftbe&b9eprinte a complete our prrait tin, French, Painting Drawing, and ,
meatotant portraitiof; the en Rev.,from origa of great rarity. A. BR1NSON, for which additional charges will be made.: Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Mississippi.Jan. PIMfLJp, OiOCrKl,aad aU.aAclUWiritinz .
I. BUNTING .
.
tram IS
4Vc. AjfZKICAH EXXoIft OT THE LATE \VAR WITH I Rev. JOSEPH BRADFOR.INS01. S. B THOMAS, ber The first ter commences on the 8th of Oct 1, Id50. lyJ. IMPURltt OF THE .BLOOD. _

MEXICO. Mr*. ( .' D. MAY next. It pouesne*a marvedlms eHeacy la all com plaint*art
4 ; ,. Miss 8aB WERLEV. February 14, 1S50. Trustees. Applications Committee for admission are to be made to 5aATTORNEY 8 AMI i: n SON, liB, front ImdiftiH frum ..ItMttyU AMHC* (roe*'
For Fret DoflarCTwoDopJes: for one year,and I Rev. RANKIN. the of Decton. neqaal circnlatintJd tennlnatioii of blood to the heedpalpitation ,-
'* a copy of either of 4 he Prints to each subscriber. Mrs. ESTHER 1. AND COUfiSELLOR AT LAW, of the itfcrt,cold feet a." hands cold skIlls
For JVn ZWfarFive Copies for one year, and I Miss RITCHIE,bl RoE Mrs. MORTIMER. Madison Male Academy. L'r. D. HOLLAND, removed his office from and hat Bashes nvfftifca body. II has not its equal to'CM
Columbia
a copy of the Magkdne to the Postmaster or person Rev. JAMES anad A. M. REED, HAVING and Ctmgki: [ ri4 promote easy expectontiav
forming the Cbb, and cither of the above Committee of Direef ion. to Jacksonville, Luval County. and featle pmpir4tti*.Kl*xln| stricture of the laatl. ,
set of Pfrtraiu to each subscriber. Master JAMES ROGER, a child ave years of THE Gxe'rclits of this Institution were redpectfdJy informs his friends that he has associated tbn_i,*nd every f ui.r part .
,or a Rev. 1. SWART 7\ .
the
Xtetiart Eleven for age, only person now living was then on the Second Monday cf January tat But in nothing Itt xeellenee more manlfetUv( MMvid
For Copies one with ia
him thd
7teenty present.Rev. last, under the superintendence and direction of Jacksonville July 7,143. practice of Law, b> .CkoOWI.-4eIItiali in alt kind and ..: year Portraits and a copy offrither of the Prints, or a set of L CREIORTON. Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia brother, S. W. StAx:Etunat. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. .
the io eaw snburiber,and a of the
copy Rev. ALEXANDER From of Mr. II works wonHert!| Ia_ of *t_ .511.; ITkiUt-'
PUtmtsteror the &mu. College. D knowledge Gauldcn's Airs. A. M. MAXEVflTIAKES The firm will be rcpiwetited at each and a .
; Marasine to tie fending every
person ROBERT C. BRACXENBURT. as a Teacher, derived from experience nung tftkt tff+tk. 06 tr CUD, with acopy$$(each of the large Prints seas L Rey. JOHN BROADBENT. and capacity during the quarter of the last this method to auuuuiicu k Uie oubJl Tem ot the (.inuit I curt in the several Countie.of *. IrrtgtiUrtA oC lbs men tmal perinds. and ther'

., addiMflf1. premium-i Rev. THOMAS BROADBENT. tria, well from the most ample and year kalis-just lie that shn will keep open her fluarding.House the -astern Judicial Circuit, the County i I like; sad Is as effectual* I. curing all, the. -(urn*_of- XUunDituut.

for the opnvtnience of these forming Rev. GEORGE WHITPIELD. factory testimonials s of former 1UC"SS, the Trustees Boarders during and for the tne winter accommodation for the of reception o\ Hamilton in the .Middle Circuit, the Supremcou.t By rcnuHrinc. obt{ractlnii- ; *, and reniladnt .to*genesiS
clubs if a' connection ,tilth other Publications Rev. JONATHAN EDHONSON, of this Academy unhesitatingly recommendit strangei It to the whole
at ystem. five tune "f4 unth body
travellers Grateful for the lib Tallahassee and the U S Couvt Sugu3tine.
at
or
JOHN HORTON, of the Executors the consideration of generally. very
one to and
till mul U i Ef. of parents guardianswho and thai care all ftjhM of .
tM L iOaeeopyoftbeMpifasbteand Mr. WE LE'S may be desirous of placing those under their oral! patronage hitherto extended to her, she will \ All bu i el3 entrusted to their c;;. Nervous diseases and4ebIlltyend ? )

PC' for Four Dollar One of the Saturday Dr. JOB WBIEA Mr. WESLEY'S Pbysi charge in a situation offering inducements ofhealthfulness spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all Her I trill receive prompt attention. ibis prevents tf relieves a treat variety ef..tbil.liuladleL .
.
commodious and in
Evening house is situated a pleasantpart
Doe of the Magat .and Two of the Poet for ela and Biographer. of location and high moral and intellectual of the Aidress-J. P & S W SAXDERSONi.'i'iV : he. as Spiimt, 'frriutiin. Jftrufi.3l fitDcue */
a* town. ,
A Medical Assistant ,
WHITEHEAD. culture inferior to no other in the Southern S .. fb&sftit Fit* Csiea1.sca.-ke. .
Faft Doll4.. g t V. ] Oct. 11 1349. ; Loyal C flriJt.Jacksonville. .
U <
untvt
: II eleni'se bhmt. .
be at this lacksonYie the '%cte* the liver to healthy
for the sale may
1 Three copies of tj ie Magasine and Four of the Agent of fine work of art', are cuntr. Student any College prepared the Unite] Jan. 17, .. tfMcCtVT ..tones the .l''t.; aid fire rood 41,. fa
every part theUnited States. For i
PottforTtnD lleve* the bowel I Four copies of the ;lan.agatine and Two of the Post further particulars, addressGLADDING States 1IAGNOLI A HOUSE lamnMtkm.parineii f,..klu. .qsU th. "drailaaaaTef .
'J for Te*X>cUan. & HIGGINS,Publishe The strictest attention will be paid to the moral ST. AUGUSTINE. l' N JI1ATTORNEY T( S 11 bbmd. prudufeKe'fntle warmth eqwtlly ail vef.
Six eopieeof the K ftgadne and Nine ,of the Post Methodist Book Store, No.. 4 Nor Fourth deportment of the students, both by the Triutees AT LA W the hiidy. and th.<>*aa ible per plr t1o rr l 8 ejlItrirtnre
... Street, Philadelphia.This and the Teacher.' The Academy is located known establishment has *and tlfhtairemove* all .oIMU1IC% nUI..Sad
r. i the immediate vicinity of the village of withi oj WILL attend the Circuit Cou-ts in the Easter Invigorate* thi.ntir* a rvrmi lystem. Is ii*this this
Elegant Engraving will be furnished, ;: undergone thorough repairs,aid
CREATThe "a TO TOWK8.if wholesale and retail,by the Methodist Book Establishment CurHous in or near which good boarding gmI8 for the reception of.com. Circuit; the United States District Court at M rile mfdirin yoapre-fmintnilTHef*!

Post Office any town in the Union,from I 200 Mulberry St., New and on most reasonable terms. Tb pany. Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee Bat cal anntI.a.o tings be sold of 8.P.ToweaO.
which we shall rec fe the greatest number of subscribers by their Agents throughout the United York. scholastic year wi be divided into two sessions of: well earned reputation which this Houte hferuir"n'el't (!_:.. man** Jk|.ld I*. Doe .Jbf
to *' Grsa's Magazine," during the The purchasers of ibis Engraving will please five months eab. The' first session cmmencd 11e it the intention of the and prosecute Claim for citizens in any part u COMPAREDimHTHE OLD DR'S. ..;
present
; ytaxJ>etween the ftrst oi January, 1850 and the bear in mind that this Plate has been engraved b on the second Monday in January lt, and will aqure i pro Florida against the Government at Washington VKan first January.UM,the Magazine to be mailed I IU Mr. Sartaia expressly for this edition, and end before the second Monday in The second -* Every accommodation will be extended to 'either before Congress or at the Departments. PABLE DETr.ff'n \" v *w4 : .

I. to such Pod Office!jor to subscribers through It,) the therefore, be aU of the first order : to commence on the second Monday in July and others will find ADDBKS Jickwnoi'le Beat NEVER SPOILS
ball be entitled$ ,a.continuance ef the whole ,hnpeaO1 are taken from tecondhani and end on Friday before the second Monday i guelt. Invlid traeler the south (J-;: Florid a hUe the other DOES ttnrixf.ftrmnttf sad UMVtnf

.. unbar subscriptions gratuitously for one year EngUs Plt December'thus allowing a short nction at with hWe d.irble. I feet long,facing with court yard, May 2 1jQ tf tkt Milt..n AlniKf It into Crxipnenu:the son aanl
.. after the expiration J'f the year for which the sub-: end of each session. Students wi required to in trout,and protected Ua from northeast winds The lIquid eiploding aaoC daaglig ether foods! MM aat
'I $Ions shall batjg been paid. pay half the tuition for a advance, and rooms are eligibly situated, and airy the this horrible enmpwtBAnn potonoos to the ".-

; The Magazine wiD be continued on, either to "1 am a man,and deem nothing" which relates to the balance at the end of the session. biding fixtures,&being l-g. House,built DYING AND SCOURING What WAit I caoe put arid Dyiijepsobbat 1Il4I" .plal.I.ma.lll acid 1 Do we sos all u.

.. the subscribers' the or to tile agent tluooep man foreign to my feelings. HATES TUITION. wod.is lathed plastered,to. In word, it ESTABLISHMENT that with fond sotve 1*; our ttomachs.:what mferMefti
whom we may rewfre tha orders for quantities, Tooth & 01 is built expessly for the purpose. It prodneeet Bata aea>:.heanban. palpitatle'af jlaV
t : end to whom the package or packages may be directed. A Janl0. and Penmanship With the many advantages combined the NO. 93 YORK STREET, kiir liver eompi iu' narthmadTaatery'eoUe. sad
.'or to both If;there should oe both in the Orthography, Reaing. ; vent Mrs. assures those pr (REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE,) edfrnpUoa of the W.-Alt'. VThat to Serorala bat aa MM
.; ..m.towsuth.ceyb.. OR A per IIII0n J8 0 fropetrel DV. p humor U the body !'What prodoeee. aU the kwjatKV
b Postare on as letters to be prt-vaid. Ad8AJlUEL7n. Premature Death.KINKELIN Arithmetic,Geography, English Grammar, tht eerton w be SAVANNAH, GEO. which bring oa Erun it*of.the Skia Beald .1IaI&
p PATTERSON CO History, Composition, and Jlocuto I 0 pkase. Rheum. Eryilpela,yVbtte SwelUnf*. Fever flares.'aiel.
R. Algebra, Geometr Plain Spherical THE PROPRIETOR.ST. ALEXANDER all nleeraUo Iitensa4 erteraal t. Itisnethlaf**"
21. 08 Cbesnnt St. ON SELF GAIAOWAY
: ,, Philadelphia. PRESERVATON. of urfal, .AroruTt, Oct. 20, 1819. aer heaven bat an atW:.. .which 101Ift.thUspoii -
Onljr 33 Do. of Solids, Surveying Navigation RETURNS hi, thanks to hit friends for the all the fluids;.1of i LA :WSBOOK FOR : Book Conio Sections, Di DRUGS baa received since he commenced causes Rheumailim beta soar or acid Bald,whUh fas.1 .
usa fTThls is
OODtTS : JL ,just published, filled with useful Calculus, Natural erentala.nd lutegd CHEMICALS&c. business in this city in 1832,and would state to hi' tlaaaua Itself .tae jotata Sad Z.SwbMi.Intt

.-. 1 information, on the infirmities .and du.of Botany, Mineralogy friends,and the public generally, that during hi lag aad Uflaminj th. delicate tUnee..goa wWtkttlactat
Comparison bet ten. Godey and the other the Generative Organs. It Astronomy Chemiatl TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS, late visit to London and Scotland he has 8.of aervoquBuaaaa, of IaIpwtty of &.blood.,
EleTnents ,
Logic, AID acquired
alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE COUNTRY MERCHANTS. of deraated cirenlajiw*. tad meariy all taeV aJMeaii;
I ?hiln4fpAiaJMonthUe. To all who apprehend or suffer under the of CrtIcis Natural Theology, various improvements connected with. .blebaffliathnnasfsuuiifBi H ? k,: ::..11

1, 184 tke Lad "s Bock I gave 916 pages which' consequences of early or prolong indiartioM die Evidences --.--. -,.and Polta DR. J. N. KEELER & BRO. most respeet DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING .Now rMtotuethKH.r lilt ant aon&eisa. a- *.'sad.silt end-faita.. %'.
Iff solicit
16 0 attention te their fresh
Economy stock of ;
II 118 thija and 148 than tbetaonthly. to all who feel the ;
4. other Philadelphia more ont H. more gave 281 en ry and baneful all who in sdent; Ancient Languages 200 i ttnglbh, French, Gera and A which he trusts will enable him to give general SOURING,' FERJ; 'ACID!"COM* }
babita mericnlg
satisfaction
gravings, amonninetythree which were twenty colored, declining energy,are the victims of nervons R. W. PARRAMORE President.W. Medicines, Chemic 1aint ) with their to all who. may please to favor.him POUND fli L P.rTOWNSEND .
full'pi e.-'wkichOoJtt't 1s 136 more ana andmental debility and of moping and melancholy A. BRINSON Glassware, latnt Medioine..to.- patronage. : ,, aad yet be would IkW *e tailensood IbM OU Br.'Je ';
onssndtorstiantb.otber. despondency. Dr. K.would Having opened a New 8tret It J Ladiea silk and woolen Dresses; Shawls "., cob Towaiear*O a ti OiyuMfenYfa Jt aa Ua
sayREADTIIISBOOK. i. BUNTIM;, with a of 2 Makt. cleaned and dyed various colors so as to give good rTATIONofhUlaj ti thai Frin
_
/xwr ttodt 1350 shall fiympply
>V for surpass S. B. THOVIAS ad Me.cine" satisfaction. Heavest forM4 Ibatjwc aboobl
,we dealers : Table Covers cleaned or ,dyed, as deal fai aa article wBasiwould
ef 1849;auaad <. exceed,all i'TtmIICad tbagasines past, present I, Tbe valuable advice and impressive warning II D. H. MATS amine' our stock before countr 'elsewhere may be required. Gentlemen'sgarmens renovated bear the no s jtUtaat roaamblaaeetoS.P.Towm

to 00.' fl gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering,: F.bI 14 18..Uusi. promising one and all who may feef disposed te in the fame good style as formerly, so as not to be Old lead'Or...tiait rack aanwrtUa aid Ihe toad".lIeaW oTeoait.alau dews .i !,

::q' advance. postage paid. and save annually Thousands of Lives extend to as their patronage to sell them genuine surpassed by any.done at the North or dyed as liens ftom Anal Wife Bave &. sad Mitkaaan sMsas-wbej* .

JUIJl'll'lcr..n.UnJlSIVI I rxxmrrxs. Parent, by reading it, will t prevent Alachaa County Tax ..1.. Drugs and Medicines, on as liberal terms as any may be required. Ladies' bonnets dyed clack, bav used. 8, r. T tllrU4's rEJUftUITlNO COHVr
the destruction of their children. CoUeeor' other house In the city, and to faithfully cleaned, and pressed in a superior style. Ladies' _. ., .>
I Subscribers to a tillS r fT single Subscribers 0CJ-A remittance of 25 cents enclosed In a let. all orders entrusted t us, promptly and eet. and Gentlemen's ,Kid Gloves cleaned. after. the. :mlllt.c..i{ I.the e* Wia r aL?
may ehoose tfftfent Engravings. ter, addressed to DR. KINKELIN, N. W. corner BY vm'rU authority in me by law "e.t spatch. wit most approved London fashion. that S.P.TowsreidI(rzcIi sad Old Dr.Jaeat Tows .
ef THIRD & UNION Streets for sale, in front One of the Mr. "1Ic1'a BanapartUa up .,...a ert.mad fajMtsTr
On between being M. KIEL hub appointed
copy on.yesFthree dollars, with any two court-house door, in the town of NewnansvilIe.on prprietr a regular Physician Agent for iurimilar; that laey are silks la ,
e0 ef tbe following "Death "r0 k Pine, PHILADELPHIA, will en.ue i a Monday, the eighth day of July, A. affords guarantee of the genuine the above establishment, and will attend to the SavIng sot cii sIngIs'tkJcg laeomara.A .every- ....psxtJcla&.-. ,' .. .1
E t Bed of the Rev. JoJ W'e1.i"8)ee1eY Preaching bk, under envelope, per return of maiLFIFTEEN much of the. land owned by the D.IS so quality of all articles lol at their establishment reception and delivery or work in Jacksonville and *8.P.ToWII" is a.doctor sad saver..fiJie: !
kfl la .the.Gwecaj |Aarj aitheatre;" "America YEAS persons, viit name W. respectfully Druggists and country the surroundingooUDtq. Term moderate.: chemist pharmaftatU*-bo..o.s of dI.se"
I 1an Gvfded by',1ViJdl" Wen. Taylor and Old extensive and merchants, who may wish' t become Agents for March 21, :.. 8m; ar discus thus any Mkejf soninoa.useJeaDk.* iproe- '
41 WhlteyLaeneorGi| Re,. John Wesley;" this city ban In tltd'pratic spent in So much of the land, being part of the Arredou .Dr. Heeler's Clebrated Family Medicnl" sloo.t man 'wha.ens the n bllaVkave that i
ii **Do. of hi* Co-UbcrorJ the Rev. John Fletchers" amidsuoceuful expei, do Grant, and part of a tract of land I (standard and forad NEW: 'RESTORATIVE' they IJW lee.hiD aee atleatUa Bjadiehta'_!'
I. practitioner far and near, in the koW address ppu )t talainc all the rlrta#)rrae arUdet.to Brepariaf bV:
;.rg tbs last two, thotin ;separate engravings we treatment of all L'7' 2,0 ar tract, lene : '
diseases of and which
a private BILLIARD are tecatUUof "
Upn" BOWLING.ALLEY 1IkIa'lIlPa
prop I the SALOON chanfea; aM
I count naure.- Levy ,Soliciting of rasuest. ,
; a* only onepfMnlum. Persons afflicted with nloflrimvm tha ptrnge 1aer.we- --.C--- ear them tie AGFS f DUaaaa rastaa4 of haaKk. Two copies for fl A'dollars, and two*of the bly ted ondayofsal. folly remain, '&c.TfIHE.SUBSCRIBER. Bat what else
any or legs, pains in the head. or=b ;w should expected frnmoM whakmetra,.
1 abcv prints to acti;)b criber, rheuats. strictures,' gravel, disease ier So much of a;6,0 acre' tract of known J. N. KEELER. BRO.;. has Bothlnf coiaparativvfy I Five copiea for ten dollars and an extra copy ofIk excesses or impurities of the blood! as the Atkinson Clrk Grant, lid between Whu 294'Market at1' JL STREET North jut'openedon BAT a person ofMattuperiaaee taeooka 4.eerM.:
an Dgg side
one door from the ..
the corner ..
I : and any tie of th* above. engravings whereby the constitution become Newnansville ; and eveaasommoa .' 'Do. MatoiMo
supposed
h enfeebled, &nteer"er t Philadtlphid, of Liberty street, a HisToaATivi ; BOWLING Isasti II that the 1I ft wllo .llMIUp..u.u.lfIIe&Ib' ;. '
th.pinsaa.4bgtiCleb. belong to 'John ) .
are all treated with success.He much of ALLEY 'and BILUAKD !. > "" ..' .. SL..
1 ,
ZJvn eepUi far twenty nojlars. and an extra who places the of Dr.:K. land owned by the elt of D. L. adverse .Columbia County Tax'.Collector's, ,) Sale. ment has been SALOON., ,Tbo'E.tablislt -if I ,', ,
blunder Cuch. fitted WZl.Jt U1W dxor
epyef tU Aeok, acjl aay thru of the abov en- religiously ca grant, being limits of. up entirely new,and is open ITauAcs ji I
may a a gentleman for the reception at visitors at the.usual hour should know wall tww* eaI Pfopartlee et aUata CM
t. the
S vvisp, perie us4Jir the f.Jub.: ,anaconidentlyrely upon. his as aphysieian. Grant--and lying 'Dea Paine's. prairie; also so By virtue of the power Tasted ia me by law,'I east manner af aeesjia .eoaeenBaaaf thaU aealiarvtrtaaa
.j Any. P.I'IDalYe: doJ1&n in advance, much of the land O'e 0 formerly represented shall expose for sale, in front of the : THE BAR ,alo aa axMkslU taowleda af Sa-..>.
3S nIpuo*Jar 18 adS5l will be entitled to ftf-: Pm a distance may address K. by 8.D. or D. 8. being part of a trat ot House door, in the Town of Alligator,'on Cu: Has been.suppll6d.with: the"choiceit liquors, and Sues which aftct KM*"1J" "J&'iI
j any few of the sbov4engruvings.; 1 1IetteJ 'd.) and be cured at D. land known as Levy's 30,000 acre sec. Monday in.July net. the rolowg te An beverages to suit every 'palate.-win be prepared .1R8d1etto lU8 I" .;...-...t

: MDr'4d!' ,: tr1ftrat PACKAGES O MEDICINES, tion 2,township 11, rang 19, trt township property"or so thereof pay the with despatch. The'delicacies of the>season. will I' 'I' Ia to arr8II'POII,..utar.the. tiMJe safhriiasss'psvlals ..
ers TIONS, fce..ford by sending a .DREC, 10,'range 20, section 1.township;1 range 21. and County tax due r thereon for the year Stat lS be at all times supplied.. ;- .. .IA besith a* Uooi art,vtoc.

Tsr1vsu7iaflthadvanoet.neooftb.' and pat op DAMAGE OR ,CUBIOSITY. .-. section 12, township upon as and the necessary e1 Incident thereto, I .Tbe.Billiard Table ; 1'5,1flIlIod: sad PkoI#. aa.la aaahk tafiraritr Oat:
144?'bOOk wffl kaaient,t!a copy of either of the property of la Frost also section 16, township 140 acres first rat lying above r OLD -avJA. .fO WN3NDSiUOSJW'II.41Ii'
'II the above matfiNi4 priate sent U each sabscri- I .Books.flerNew&.Arente, Pedlars- Can 10, range eto 5, ,range 19, Coumbl on Swanne River,th T.W. 1 L Has been Laported expressly for .the'House and FOUND U pporni lr aad n
.ai4_sr&ccv'Of lb.. Book section 6, tow towp is of the most beautiful construction -.aS il ;=
aad an vaster* and all others with the above range as tM ad 7, of Ranee 12. sad Grand UnlYer
Yble *u ,n. worktvetylowrates.npl property of Wm.P orn trustee; also 1 much Bu now or lately Sut. estate of India rubber: b1ona'4: .. ._ ,. ,. .,. .
4 to .e 1rIaI h they please., the land,being part Arredondo o Livingston., deceased: :Tfee Bowline'*ian fu. wltabi tke reach,erne to,ifie jg .ef t aR?w1Mi'; ..,
For thirty A IlAMir*will Ad te.eop.of the I'. by Mary F. Lewis, witet.John H It O'e; A. J, T. WRIGHT Are aLHoJnst'froath'eworknun and ne. .t,thai tkeyawy leers! a4 kaowy Joytel f'ln 1-
,
oekvaad thirty_ 4jits of sary oT.the above.- NOTICE., returned by(George ;Payne, agent for John H 8itr\ffadEf-Offlcu Tax Auetior the entertainment every :
V'th., -. ': 'p rXtae oopartnerslilp Lewis, sections pointed out on day of sale; also *rtCcUtctot><> rrp-: ." k--and'comfort- of guests ieflOtarlnpaIOZfle4Ja"au4.o'L.ifiteal.

i.t: ..-"m- fit.- 41'dlook1wtDt1.4e. JL. tween tie undersigned heretofore, In 1 the existing. -Du&be of much Grant,of.owned'the land, by,.the,being..heirs part,of of, th'.Aondo 1 > Alligator, April 4. 1850.;:/fCdwnlia.;. 3m County...' -1 cordially invite/the publio] to'can'thit' Es, ? ; T f:CKri.

f.IH' the. M Hotel,?. trader Ite1WeU ,- tablishment, assuring them'that I uha1lip&re0effort 'Tff1 lit 1.'*; '' r"I :! -
lanT. sections pointed out of ,3-, al b' : *
oe l& For
pD 'N
print The Qt1ce
parlor to
= firm, Cox '> d1 contribute.to.their recreation. -. .
of the "
;of W &many portraits day dlT'b Iyl Bul.l The business land b1,Henry being_p .the$ Areono.t, -ETTERSOP'ADmNISTRATI0N'on-tiae GEORGE F. SKIT,..j 'FR4z" .J ISZZ:. .
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OW.4' : to ) "
wt1 JaobonYm8. U"
; UW..AmpldfJIwn.CODWU conducted by SAMUELBUF71NGTON. pitd j Tu1W7 I7,1850.k" j !
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: deceased
e ofl'dsy.ot ials5 will
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: __a. U4:eO U101llU4 .who U pay .the haTing been UktonviULk -
alone antborlsed the granted 0 subscriber thettont !
'. bitera" it. "America debts of th Ute t o County tax of Alaeaua county fo? the year 1549k by ... ._ Rle...tr w.Ha"I'w.. (
firm will with Judge .Probate ft*.Monroe Conatjv .' ; Aug.23j184ti: J !,' ). yrdtr: .t'
ad
c.% o.Nt4.t'lr711nt: Bne.engravtid .$_&et outstaxidliit t togrtber .the.expenses, attending oa.sald persons haTing claims agalait lAId Eat&tel..r; ., J &.'loameuf Bo net zxlmrnthp. .;' .-. '.;';. .. U' .' .' <,
Juc M4.. I sight buadred dollar te < : to present th % ofnt71c1HOrfptioc.1 f' ; .lf' ''k-
<*,; teeafrave.Oeaeftl Tsrrtor r and Old urbltey"I :.. .= tg }.; : ; < ., ,1 .JOEtB"3SMI'H,. 1-qD1llted. b&rred..NICHOLASMfl'i. snMcord1ng., io.1& ', o -r.4fCeDOr,woetsesn$ 41'Boot-mi Shoe*.-. I .- ,aI.'ur.-va.' '
; erne of ftbalafMet ft HM General Taylor prints r Ta.. Collector ofAlachvd Co; : ,.tl Just reoeivMf eWdtoiiJjrtrdnoed pricw a>the '. : 'J 1:1i.1..i.'': ,- "'' i.1a.1TtT .-

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