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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: July 4, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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THE TUIUMCTjCUDCIE.Is Never wash there such a desperate,consumption from ..top of the battlements to the bottomof fidgets forthWth. I a, sf.o, :
the land of'Pine-foMtstifutreoat-burn-; of sack, and canary, and Rhenish, and the moat.> Thou seen I can'tell fortunes Gap:s wyk : ; df
ers diablerie] and metaphysics, flourished strong ale and eke strong waters, known as well'as thou, most ag"e astrologer!" in '- : I. AsLe .i ,, -
the Baron Ton Schwa gtt. A redoubtable within the walls of Castle Schwaggerberger; The student of tbe'stars looked for a moment was marvejlc ,s.- < I hands dlt
personage was the baroi, as fierce, grim, and that as the. seneschal remarked, was rather,put out by .this, unexpected recital found m his ed ;, ? 4
and mysterious as all thee fnmaft persona saying a good deal. The drain upon the of his prospects at the ,end of the}month, tively be put(o r i i; ;,_ Christine' '",'
of Der*Fnyschvtz put together. He lived cellar was truly awful ; flasks stoups,'every but He recovered himself, and, bowing his master and .tbe ol : i : .: ..f .
in'a black forest (of course;)'in a gloomy available utensil in the castle was put in head'with a'n air of deep submission, said- He seemed $ ,-
old castle, (equally of course} :the ruins of requisition to contain the floods of good liquor '"Be it so I trust the stars!" ally vacant, (The i : I; : ,'said,
which, by the way are generally much admired which the baron's guests seemed neverto This"strange incident had, naturally, the I that, his melancholy hand!*; udpc T
by Cockneys goin up the Rhine. tire of quaffing to the lasting honor and effect.of'putting a damper upon the hilarity I of defects which' he : ca.. stairs
The walls of this castle'.were very thick, glory of the renowned family of the Von of.the.revels.. It.was in vain that the baron in the clock> o he' ] :: .
being typical of the baron's skull: and the SchwaggersJ; and if all the toasts which strove to be' facetious, and swallowed deep and anxietyrand, i -
water'in the moat was very muddy, being were drunk expressive of the intense solicitude draughts of trine;the words of the astrologerrung the castie 'all : through':uWr
typical the baron's bra,!. ''He cultivated of the drinkers with respect to the ba ominously in his ears. Those of the : baron! !] P .
huge mustachios and ensconced his nether ron's personal health and long life were company who were not too far gone to be And the Lady Ch ,'of J Jt >
extremities in a couple,;of vast leathern heard and favorably received, there appearsto recalled by any occurrence; however .mar actually lost all l. t ck _' -
backets which were sup! by the well- be no manner of doubt but that the baron venous, were a'good deal sobered by what of a mel song, and \ / ber .1 r ,
informed to have been constructed upon the .. would be hale and hearty to this good day. they beard. They conversed in groups of bly \vklld. .D .Jt.: t
model of seven-leagued boots of 'a still The night was far advanced, and the rev- threes and fours, pointing now and then totbe : : iaja.--.I'fewta.'' _
more remote antiquity.; 'All.'fday long the elry had nearly reached its height ; the astrologer, who sat with his chin rest- make of it. As the ; it, .ponderoos -
baron hunted boars in tile woods, and the I minstrels 'sung with the most desperate en- ing upon his breast, involved in deep began to get a low He
major part of the nigbt be spent in listeningto ergy; the baron's fool rattled his bells and thought; tbey,*gradually dropped off one by mind he believed : ,; pu
songs celebrating his ojvn exploits,chanted waved his bauble with a perseverance wor- one, to dormitories which had been pro : devi ; .- : with
by divers disinterested jgleemen whom he thy of a better cause; all were talking together vided for them, and, lo! the baron was left. Gasper onld Ia. ik-
maintained for the pnrpo&; atd in quaffing with the exception of those who, I: alone. tionless for hours : and the .
at marvellously inteiVals,1huge draughts ; having fallen from their seats, were making "Umph !I" he said, walking round the hall, when she marked rte '
of Rhenish.- This cour&ejof existence was themselves as comfortable as circumstances "'tis very strange I don't feel comfortable.The so full of deep land with a strange'!
however, somewhat raoiwtonjqus ; so the would admit of on the floor, when the baron knave looked most unpleasantly sol! she blushed, bu: ; listener's ear.;
baron varied it by the elegant;And amusing shouted with a voice like that cf a dozen emn. However, I'll go to bed, and sleep gaze embarrassed \ of .metal'
it." And the baron stalked along, bestowing the life of her, vvsh ; lump
recreation of burning dorm the castles of Stentors rolled into one,- upon t .npoa.
sundry weaker barons, ami transfering their "Broach another pipe of malvoisie, ye hearty kicks upon the insensible poor baron! Aid wasietla: t
treasures, (when they hs.ianvfto): his own, loitering knaves! See ye not my guests drunkards who were stretched upon tbe would furtively, aid ] on such poo-;
thus pleasingly' illustratitJ the-philosopical lack \t'inet! floor. He paused for a moment at the door, press her hand, : t o 4 r
dogma, that right is conitute4; by might- "Av!" vociferated a famous captain of mentally debatjng the point, whether or not each other, was that )t'.of' moving' 1
Now and then, also, theluiron! the exercise Lanzeknecht'p, and a noted toper, "broach he would hang the astrologer at once, as a It was. And, ha! ; ; hesitated for,a'
of the duties of hospitalityi' gave every another pipe, and by'r ladye we'll see the relief to his feelings, and a striking termination imperceptible was ffeshere,'even,
rich burgher whom he c6;jldjay his hands I bottom of it before the sun peeps over the of the .evening's festivities. He decided the blood of the ; ; .
on a very pressing invitadoji W his castle,- :i I Brocken, were it the tun of Heidelberg!" however, in the negative ; and as every vein! e"m..1 :' 1
that's, to the undergroundpaijt of it; and if .!! A roar of acclamation hailed this satisfactory there were no bed-room candlesticks in the poor ; was!not I
be did receive from such?ers'rs, in return !' prophecy. those days, he took a torch from the hand son and apprentice 1J a
for his delicate aUention:certain heaps of I I "The bottom of wine-vessel is a sorry of & yawning attendant, and walked off to the mechanist of ? ;letters deoot-
filthy lucre, every body :'knowf- hat fair ex- !I'I sight"' said the baron ; -I never wish to beu. fall "certain fathoms ; Inserting; Ks< .
.anj ', That night, however, the baron slept but Lady Christine, ] jrf ...* -' .- _
change is no robhpry tjiatieven a fort-[. see iL" te. ** > rKv -.
night of darkness and (bread.1' and water I Take my adv ced"tno; ,never wilt," tIme -- -- mighty Baron .anzionsry : .< -* -
ought to be honestly a.q& accurately paid'! observed the jester. S S S sumptive heiress to '. .mind beeu
for. fi ikThe ;! j "How mean you, sir fool ?n said the Lan. Time slipped by, and the baron remained the lowest depth of ) ili\e to' .the .
baron's castle wsU"; Hfong: his do-i| zeknecht."arry. marvellously! ill at ease. He put the blame had fallen quite as e I with
mains broad, and he enter of sturdy men-at-arms for't1be', jiprotection: of led the fool. fashion-but the'whole castle easily divinedthe believed that such ,.t tc..n. .
both. Hard-drinking, hamUting' desperadoes -|I "That"ere a specific unworthy of a_wise cause of their lord's inquietude. The manoman and
they were ripe fori U' rts of enterprises man," raid the Lanzeknecht. boars and wolves had a complete bolyday, kings ] i the d
from stealing fowl4 Jroro-their roosts i i "I never addressed it to such," replied the and as there was nobody to stick spears into a fact, nevertheless.On fell upon
to carrying off nuns from ihejr cells; and jester." them, they throttled each other for a change; the evening varied'ha
quite ready to slit any u"n's vjndpipe who "Fill up higher, the foul fiend take ye- the baron's steeds yawned, and shC'Ok them- day, big with the ,' nd the ,
should dare to utter a eeivteocti derogatoryto i higher!" exclaimed a young man near the selves impatiently in the stables, and thebaron's personages of this I their green Sri
the dignity and graniibur cf the Baron ;. baron, whose flashed face and thick utter- retainers performed the same opera- ron was in a state ] ? foliage...
von Schwagger. 1 1".- ance gave evidence of his potations. "Fill tions in the hall. Never had there been He fidgeted about, mossy precipr-
Arid, truly,' there was considerably' ] more up!" he said impatiently to the sewer who such dreary times in Schwaggerberger Cas. lor a single 'verdure' ,.and
weight in the living argbm l n'ts by which poure'l t a flood of wine into his goblet; "'tis tle. The long corridors seemed more dim countermanded old?'have"loved:
the baron could back his cluimsto;; the castle the first-fruits of the new cask, and I devote than ever-the windows appeared to be inlets brown study, and the w
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and lands of ch\n.gger| gthan[i there ; a deep draught to the fair Christine!" for darkness rather than light-every lent for a to '.. ,t
was in the said claims ib ne'Ives. Dark j I Down a hundred throat went the contents shady nook was tenfold more gloomy than l si "of" ay "' ; .a.b
rumors were circulated "pf the ways and I jof an hundred goblets; and up, as soon as before-the chimneys smoked consumedly, wen holy ( JW.'I
means by which the bari;:badjM pped into i the liquor would permit: came a volley of the rain pattered monotonously-the wind nothing to do with .il .or the
his possessions and his wer..,, Dread and j shouting which made the old roof ring again. howled dismally among the turrets-every coiled that there e of the.' wavr,
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fearful stories were wbienerfed,orer the win- :1A momentary pause succeeded this ebulli- thing seemed out-of sorts, and every bodyout the dungeons of came
ter hearth of the mysteni 1 >4appearatice, tion; and then, from the lower end of the of humor; even the fair Christine was sum(to mk : *e like the'
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when an infant, of a cen tti Rt iulph Wolf- table, rose the sounds of a hollow, sepulchral pensive-the astrologer rapt and silent- son game ; lr gladness;'
stein, who, bad be lived "'rjasuiiood, would I !'voice which startled the listeners, as knights and squiers yawned and slept, cursed der his hand a seal I. for: nonar
have been the rightful I 'CSi I; llonest{ men though it had proceeded from the toombsi -' I and swore, and told and listened to dismal j be hanged, way iw nve'
accordingly shook thei !b'eidii when the i "Time waneth; the gray dawn will be ghost stories-the jester forget his calling, i i and keep'rue the J. ee" .npca1-
subject was mentioned; ,,_t,! 'as there were I lover the forest anon." and as for the baron he scow led and moped, I I' As for the: I D. -
very few of that species of ) //he
tharohad little i from the "blow the first unfortunate I and gallery to dir
the neighborhood to spoke shrunk instinctively owner was only to up" I I
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from them intteed iLe bad madea voice and of vassal he his In short the teriously to those :
apprehend ; of the ghastly many a pair placed eyes on. t
striking example of muf& h p one propagator eager eyes were turned towards him. Evena King of the Blue Devils might have appropriately ; who appeared -11_I '
of the scandal webavje( alluded to, select party of gentlemen under the table, fixed his court in the castle of the degree of wholesome ck'e.' ; 'the a cin..
having walked them 01t e battlementsof who had been performing an ancient Ger- Baron von Schwagger.At I personage. What ; hur
the castle, whence thej woojj inevitably I man edition of "We won't go home till length, however, there was a partial as we never herd ; 4'd t"Re ere I te'J
have fallen a tremendoiu hiejight to the I morning," came to a full stop, and gazed as clearing up; changes, now and then, came I looked as if they I The stars!-f',.
ground. bad not ropes tfeen ;considerately well as they could upon the stranger: He over the barons mood. He was sometimes extraordinary !
placed round their necks-twhidh: polite attention was an old man, with reverend features, quite bold, and tried to reason himself out of as, indeed, it i cei
happily averted the catastrophe in yet lighted up with an expression of deep the dim, ill-defined apprehensions which The shade of ] I : l
question. Among most //ofii hii neighbors, cunning and watchfulness. His keen grey pressed upon him, and he would feel quite apace, and Christine ; "*
bo\nver-that is, amongat,those whom he eye twinkled incessantly, and his closely sure he bad succeeded; he was in good deep recesses of a ; }1-1 upon the;
never plundered, because ,tfcyjliad! nothingto compressed lips gave token of the firm and health and there could be no mistake about slender form nearly sowhatte'
lose-the baron was CJ;{$whole'r a popular resolute spirit which/pake through them.A .- his appetite, for be would demolish a huge jug tapestry. She
man J j < long bearJ descended to his breast, and pasty, by way of making sure of the fact i by the favouring glo } i did'-__.,
His beer was strong; hijj ack, and canary the garments he wore were loose and that he could really take his meals as he and grasping oue \ | t-j still o;percept-'
,and Rhenish of full bcafaai fine flavor. flowing. used to do, and then contemplating the was Gasper. In a bard' 4
The presiding deities'ofJoe buttery batch "Time waneth," he repeated; -the gray wreck he bad made, with much inward satisfaction broken voice, the ; Jeii 1'a'
were liberal in their dist |&tio ,, and all the dawn will be upon the forest anon." he would throw himself back in forth passionate ] % e ee
knaves and varlets, (as & was thc\ polite "Time!" echoed the baron at ]length. his great chair, swallow a stupendous when suddenly, f\ i.io
fashixu of the middle age* 4ub} gentlemenof Time! Who cares for time It was made draught of spiced wine, and begin .to feel sweet recital, l \'h[ iCw -
the humbler classes) ill tie( vicinity were for slaves, and we be free men." omfortable, when his eye would sud- ous tones be :1oic

quite ready to swear by Xhe Baron "onSchwacrer. A loud shout hailed this magnanimous Suite] rest upon the astrologer, poring overa "But I am miserable a fool, a :.. .b_ ._ _
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_e _ sentiment albeit some of the drunken vassals mysterious parchment, whereon cabalisti-' Alas! AJasl "
Now the baron Jiad d>.e lair daughter, '. who joined in it felt the iron collar of cal characters were traced or, if it were I mechanist what te lightning,
loul 'creltat ivJ s she in their necks. the window have I, to the love ;
Christine; a y per- serfdom sit inconveniently upon night, gazing intently through j him."J SHoiUy -
FO n, and pure and gentle ''i J in mind. She "Time waneth," repeated the mysterious upon the' stars, on which he placed such I "Say not so', !of A*
sprung from the baron as a'lender sapling stranger, with unchanged voice and attitude; reliance, and straightway all the baron's inward and faltering tones &. '> "
from a gnarled old trunk gretn; and fresh, utbe hours slip by." misgivings would return; he would 1 would scorn a :mjeVordy'df
and beautiful She moreH likefa: spirit of "Let them," said the baron; "who reck- scowl terrifically, thrust the wine aside, Gasper Graflst"! ] ;f the. baron. ,He
light amid the forbidding gloprn uf the massive oneth or careth for their progress 1 They scratch his head and incontinently I kick "Say Rtolph ffiav and such
old castle, stilling holier; piresence as will not drive me from the wassail 1 bowl.- whoever happened to be nearest to him. spoke a low, f ih h veins; h

by a spell, the coarse wiirls and ribald Let them take their course;, I will take The baron, however was by no means ers.Christine uttered 'w
jokes of her father's refaia rs, who bent mine." unmindful of the intention he had announced j hle'' to ;every
their iron-bound beads and |nade uncouth "Yours is theirs" said the stranger;- with respect to the clock. He stuck firmly toi sprung to hisS 'cBck1- i
obeisance when she glided jrtto the ball.- and| yet, I pray thee to prepare-for thy to his whim, and a young artist speedily The arm of the ] | which would
The swallows who built;un er the jutty- time below. drawing to a close! arrived from Strasbourg, with all the necessary who" spoke W I ] ( 'by sec-
frieze' of the windows ofc b r'j"bovrer," (as "Sirrah!" roarel the baron. "How da- means and appliances for the erectionof not'my : I ; h shrinking '
they called a damsel's bedchamber in the rest thou break in on our revelry with'this a huge castle time-piece. Gasper, for not. sts : : -t*I, n ; 5;
middle ages,) would feed all I confidently from ill-omened croaking What are thoul" such was the mechanist's name, was a fair tell ye so. *: :d t'to
her' band and even the blood-hounds the ''I know The lovers gazed In
; "An astrologer, was reply. .and modest youth.' His figure was slight : ;, 'I .
chained in the court wbiot and wistfully fawned ,upon !1hu. Abroad "What have they taught thee? asked the mild, his deep back! eye keen and tbe. ; SI1OO, great t al-
she seemed the sweetest Mossom in the baron. sparkling, and ,his hair hung in luxuriant "Thou callestme : $ ; ,
wood, and at home the fairest ornament of "That the sand in thy glass is nearlyrun masses his bhoulders. He toiled hardin length faltered the ;aKcnr.
upon
the hall. Low and silvery were the tones ," said the astrologerTbe the topmost turret of the castle, amid bars "Rudolph % : ] ,Bead'w' pr
of her voice,'as distant,bcU'| ;,and when she baron was somewhat startled at the of iron, and huge wheels, and chains, and lord of"this proud : r .- I
her notes clearer than those of of of his unbidden cousin! but
sang rung solemnity manner guest, pulleys and, at length, the ponderous mass i w -
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the" harp she toucheJ.t but he recovered himself, and said scof- of mechanism which in those days did duty With a low cry i Ii. { 4
..Od'the'day on which Chr, Une attained her fingly- for a clock but which a modernwould, take into the arms which. t moaned t .
eighteenth year the baron! garve a mighty "Doubtless thou thyself wast born under for a stunted steam-engine without furnaces, her: I ; ;
feast in honor of the event,Jiaving plundered a wise planet 1" was nearly complete. One important part "D I dreamt I I ; !iastrologer.
\- a neighboring potentate 1.ij(:order to furnish "Nay," interpose the jester, who put in of the machine was 'however, missing; the I '. --Vn ",
. the wherewithal. 'Baije'.s in the ba- his oar upon alt occasions "he was born hands for the dial had either been forgotton, "Much yet I : : tW",machinery!
rooial i a.n.of'the'mla4 i jta have" been under no panet! at all. but under a hedge." or had been made free with by some of the be done," said tbe ; : : great;:;arohyv
: descr ted,so often thate need not tarnish ,A laugh folio vreJ .this sally. Peoplewere breathe not the I : io; and -lhe
baronV train with the' view, perhaps of
r the laurels of Sir WalUr"Ssott by repeating[ easily entertained in the fifteenth century. their fashioned- ,, --into javelins, 'or nunt-. come... Trust- ,tb :, !4 J fi "' -.l'- '**'
being
the delineation, Everyjbct; kjaoyirs that they So sought the .baron, robaound him ; ,' and beat'the
: I OAtaiaed a vast tore of Utt I eitmenU of the "Bah!! qaoth the'baron, emptying a stoupof ing-spears. Gasper : his .: ; tf '*. .
informed that.. personage.of
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lofty archij roofs ''Cousin! tad ,It
picturesque; ; dark, time- wine ; "! laugh at tby prophecies. This loss aDd his dilemma. Now bad be not been vt fm
tamed' oak carved Into iaaukic' shapes; armor day month willhoiJ another,feast, and,to rather a"favorite with the baron'this step ".&'sweet word; I f '-
; swords 'battle-u Sj;- u.Gting spea'ri it 1 biJ aU my present guests." would have been a bold one, but instead of I. for a. dearer-' title. ] .awfdry con :
f glancing"!.tbe flickering light of torches' ; ?It may.not be," returned the astrologer; dipped in the castle-moat,as be might PlChristine] ; ; ; t.ingfzom their
being
the dais of,the hall; antique l i.ealt-cellers on "thi.everlasting wheel of time movethroun under different circumstances, the looked ,and bfaod 4
table the'rusb-strejrn' the 'have been I It was a ( tliroat. ,Click-U .
the ; guests I J; thy pcoffij will not stay its progress'. understand the nature eyes. ;
made to
Bbfierce>ndwarnketSe.n |ii6iachios. dagirers'doublets I tell thee, baron,,that by thetimethesun: I I! baron of, on-the: being articles, 'cond sceoded to I Rudolph pressed tho \ edian is' ,ana
_ aoi cloaks of missing CbOSetO his breast, : : -
| eurbroidifcl bath attained the meridian of the heaven on I :: :severing' turn .
:' inigbtsand squires; dark vows monks; the daythou bast named, thy body will be, 6.uggeshubstitutes > I we care to specify: ; pMjetratod tiie
;; fiober jerkins. of burghers rflaunting .garbs'of..minstrels lifeless and thy soul-utnph!-." the astrologer "There are a: couple of antique swords, in fondly -on' her : ie ada
f ;' party-coldiireaiV.festments1 shrugged his shoulders fter a fash" the hal! ,> be said/, "could you not fashion she moved \ >ipdir: &O9
. jesters;' serfs with irottcbllar6"seneschal8and ; l ion which finished the sentence in a manner them, ; so that they.should stand_yoninstead .bolder. .. .As abs : .|- *
.;* sewers''with white-tippelwands; great more intelligible than agreeable. 'of"you; lost implements 1!? moment.withdrawn : 's.abook.tb
:t venison p es asb OIJ1 toie-aud; sack ,"Thou art but a lying knave'and an ion- "Tftaoks," said Gasper, "thanks' for the -heaven and i *| ,' vnrj
.; 'griiurlooking boars' headun4 huge blood-' poster!t' said the i incensed baron; "but thilaadacltY't5b hint valiant sir; so please you, I will make. of tte baron,.who" : tf-j .. 7,
. .iMfuuuo, wuuMuog round.thel4Ulcentiog' the. 'not'escape its punishment. the essay.-' -A>"sword-blade-fora' Twill: deckhand with horror"in bis ;; ef| .
i vrame;on.the.table which ibjey :bad L;JMuledfawa Beyond'the walls of the castle thou stirrest 'be added; musingly", "he smiledatbisownnceit seem hd H.-j- : : ]11t l|
la (the forest.: SaJtb an the raw;matenalsj'ffbich not for a month,'and-and,":he continu da akin to the scythe,of:Time;' ,a. Tae ltOiH .i jek-
,, when. proye)y-; put togetherwppU.conftitat btight idea striking turn >(very-unusual ; tr: a'ni4 Mr
ajiawejijoe description of.t thingbe it remarked,' with the wortbybavon .. .e-, L- -' -., -i .- every eruption,with ? ; Ckthti1 .,r. "
I 4 feast of the Baron TQ Sclm'agger. \', ,) f'l shall have that:new.fangled invention '._Daysan4.w*eb gassedawaysthe tide oftineioUedoKend bills have!'favored ;; : ; IKSSf I :; ; '-. Z--.
: 1 j-* 7arly; in>he,erjsaiai Cnristinein of which we Hive beard, and.wbich, ; >e dock, like.,tfieVulse lamed. the dignity : .
8 fjrbose boaor jhis.vast col ctioa of eatables men ay, telleth :by the sound of a". bell the pIan ;throbbed, to mark ':.*. f .Its .1."v.. tII 1iDIe' ", ,
: jKtA. potaples<74narf to tileul them and men of the io'drsa Tclock. I. shall great !, eard"Bending jor'it loud eCholwng:.e// t if;4RidOIpb iQ .
I cd f 4Uidegrees lo_ demoS h.LiJ4einr haf been rave one,such erected uttbe,Jri hesttnrretoCihelcastlei and hl w .'and at ,the' k d O and I __ -.' 11. T Ig 'foiit" .. '.. JIIL O'wu'_ \ ,
':'ce lO er. wtri ,Au'nQUaJrep& and,if J l Ujenbat'everrsuchjabrief estologerf looked t :jbb1ronwttha'gazIb g )ewT! t& ; ddr..eea..t1m eI la WJm '.WIIN_ '

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,ko'). shot eye on the, itpea&r" as though he under started from Auburn'.ud Kelly's Bar,in pursuit -, ,FLORIDA., .':BRITISH 'PAnu.umrr.ASD. OtJB. FLORIDA ANCIENT ,IXf .. "t1' ..Causes Aa'atte. ,

. .; stood him not { l I :1 i of the Indians.:' '. 1 _,_ -. :- 1 CUBA. 'HIA.Southern J' r '1,_ '
of the part
)
$ "The time is at Jiind," repeated the man- They found:.them encamped in a ftlleYtnear Thursday I' & rdenas affair has reached the Eng of}"The the Peninsula early history! shows. that when The letter of! Secretary of the:NaY

' ;" harms; "and! therefore, prepare!" Illinois town; ands mile and a half ; July 4., \ Parliament House, and 'some ','scenes" discovered by Ponz de ,'in 1512, it was he officers of coy. tent to t

"Lo!" said wko&er, "the baron looketh from the Iiiorth'Fork,and some twenty miles: W'J.: ,upon 'a call on the Ministry for numerously peopled Lon. .. living in expedition to Colja, contains instructionswhich
. town from the dis 1 of the clock!" above Auburn. It,was thought the Indians For Representatve tb Coere which Jiave been scarcely: Towns under one dominion, and 'that they bare only Keen hinted at hitherto.-

I : They were toil ft,distant from the main were. haadred.etrong.: They were armed E. A"D1\-x-t; _!. T .rv". bouts'Lenveea of an intrepid and 'character They embody r* re particularly thta anything
,. personage of oat tae qry to observe the tragedy with bows and airs,,., and,hail.nneg gan. ,, by certain our own, were the same enterprising dualities, in ,war, else we batafteen the nf0J.Q.M
,
t 4 f which was: .cbatiang in respect to him, The whites immediately fired upon them, .COUNTY.,MASS the present session;_:The die .that ping ,rendered the tion of the Gore i unent, The
but they''oonld jeer. is'''features undergo a whereupon they ran, scattering in every In accordance'with the resolution oD took place in the House of Lords'; I such troublesome T es" "'- SminoJe a116ta a' ,er setting forth the noon
( change. *:'1 direction.,, .Alter. this the whites 'were occasionally the invasionists !] j'inviion, the' Secretary
Brougham pronounced section of the Florida Peninsula 'I
i '-5 "He l laugheth* find one of the gazers. shot at by the Indians, small parties at the Whig Meeting held :in '' whether This w says: if I,
! 'Certainly it M tithing to laugh at," said! were found here and there in ambush, on the 1st of.June; 'a i, Mass ] ," and;wished to know ,any then called the country of Cabs, the name "Any such invftfetcc, of that i.la'is

: .4 rte Abhorsom, ." #<$ ha! eo young and so from which they were driven as often as .County'will: be.held at.GraveliyJHill; rmati n of the sailing of'the "piratical of the ,Cocique who ruled over many chiefs, violation of our;Obligation of neathc1.t h

:t'; 1.. comely, and so soa&todieo:) -A change from discovered: Two of the whites were wound- 3d day'of August next,' to nori.in had been communicated by the and whose dominion embraced the 'Ever the Government "Spam.
: 'i. }-esterdv-ha, la! fewi the arms of a fair edl' with arrows, but"notfatally. ,The loss Minister in 'England to, her Ma- "The Government.the Unit Stales It
of the Florida
candidates the
for the'next General glades, part coast, Keys,
: maiden to a baird; tg<>..k, a sharp axe, and a of the :Indians could not-be ascertained. the to respect 'rights
b t' T? clean drake! T}' Twenty-five dead bodies were found, and ft is It is hoped there Will be a, nuU+ 's government. 'He' considered goy. (know n a the Martyr Ln and a bund of. ibitt

, K Brutal as veit'he by-standers, they suppoSed they concealed and carried off others dance of the voters of the nt of the United States, "though of a' portion of the Bahama Ilnds, i sup- Cub, person a i .vret.the, Sp,

shrunk from the'vrfttch who !pok of their dead. Among their dead were found cincts of the county. A Barbecue class, to be a respectable gov posed. ry or Ja :the United States t h
"Come" he cxclftir&ed with a grim laugh, a woman'and child. The returned to .. be
party (republicanism must looking At mouth of the river into pn, or to set oa ;or to provide ,or
provided for the occasion. the entering t
as he observed ihe elTects of his speech Auburn having:with them several scalps, !) and he hoped it had strength to put pare the means' military expeditionjr
)i **come,'prepare!" alit. he grasped Rudolph which were exhibited in that place in. the this The the Straits of Florida, was a Town called enterprise, td ;M carried on,from >thence
ii,: with'one hand;'ported the broad bright axe early part of this week. In a few remarks on the "piratical expedition. Tocobogo," at which, when ft.visited against the territory of any foreign .Pr

with the other. 'V" It is believed by some miners that white Maj. BEARD, in our last, in which rquis of Landsdowne vindicated the Amer by the whites, there were or State, or,;o jany colony .cl ,o
: "Christine! Chi i*%! I die blessing thee!" men are among the Indians, inciting them tohostilitie. government from any connivance at 1, ,
the that d inhabitants. The inhabitants of this Town
. murmured n'jd tph. .. It is certain that a Ger- pressed opinion many I pope. there by the
> k &; poor pretty scheme, bat characterized it as a piratical are d Prdentofh
:; His neck was jp r!the, block, the axe glittered man doctor has been leading them on in I crats of Florida, who showed great of the were hostile to the dwellers i the Cabs UnU t forthwith,
O. aloft, the gjfrup' around held their some of their attacks. to what they called "no-partyistn" worst descripton. Lord' country ; and the location the town of Statsteamer) s"under

.a: breath in anticipation of the event, when A meeting was held at Auburn, last Monday nomination of Gen.Taylor for the would have been better satisfied. Tocobago, is supposed to have been on St your command l&a'the port o

a 4' suddenly the astrologer broke through the evening, to raise a company of volunteers cy-who applied to him the American government had gone far- Lucie Sound, near the mouth of St. Lucie the island of Cubfc; and vigilantly: and, actively
'j crowd. j,.1- for the purpose of scouring the country 1 than the mere disclaiming and repudia observe th(jtoOTements of all vessels
;' "Hold!" be shouted! in.a voice of thunder, and making war upon the Indians wherever "King Log" &C.-would refuse river, which forms a junction with the approaeing the hstbor of Havana-or the is*

....: -"hold, or thou artjbat a dead man!" found, so long as they maintain a hostile support a "no-party' or botli- the expedition. The Earl of Aber- sound and then empties into the .sea, so as land of Cuba, forjSii purpose of ascertaining

'... "Wherefore ehhild I hold?'* eaid the position. for the office of Representative, had no doubt of the sincerity of the to make the figure of a c'roS the St. Lucie whether any mq .y expedition enterprise *

,. .: headsman. ''Tile'fOD ordered me to strike, Some fifteen or twenty enrolled their take wrote the word "Governorship" of the government of the United sound and Indian river forming the beam, has been b or set on lot or any
unless he laid htsn'head at the prisoner'sfeet" names. !! on this subject. England herself had means provided be carried the
the There
and the St. Lucie arms.
of Representative. forming '
U. S. the iqrritory or dominions of
"Lo it 1 is done!?*said the astrologer. Judge Marvin and Collector Doql. been suspected of looking with an was also a town on the Miami river. Spain.ans Jfe!

1 ., Whach! dowa,:liEe:a tennis-ball came a Our readers are informed that these gentlemen A lengthy and interesting tall, of desire on the island of Cuba, and on The Indian towns of the Glades, when "Should the ,esj(,edition hare effected a

.4 round bloody maas: Bounding from the the former U. S. Judge of the Southern our present number, will be found occasion a proposal had been made to first discovered, contained each about forty landing, and a';r oluttoa ,be i progress,
4. spot where it f elicit rolled to the feet of the and America to unite in guarantying you will pretext:bq landing any' reinforcement
District of this State, and the latter Collector page. persons; Calos, the King, reigned over forty .
; kneeling prisoner, and all knew by the of The or of &yarms;: or under -
.r island to the crown Spain. provwon
bloody and disto)*. }eatures that it was the of Key West, on learning the impris- PROPOSALS FOR TIMBtR: & eight towns-the names of more than hal the Americaa:fiag. To ctiuD of
t baron's head. onment at Havana of the American citizens THE NAVY: States, however, refused lo ade. pf which are given by a Spanish captain, the United States"!]?ho may be the 0

: 'There is the token, thou spokest of," said captured near the Island of Contoy, accom- We will publish in our next existence of such joint guarantee, it Iscalante, who by shipwreck was thrown prosecution of tbea peaceful and lawful par s

V the astrologer. tisement of the Navy Department be remembered, was recently mentioned suit who may apprehend, danger either t
"A miracle=a miracle!" shouted the by panied the Commander of the Saranae on a among this people, within fifty years of the iKoperty, you
standers. visit to Cuba, to claim for the prisoners exemption posals for Naval Timber, &c. a writer for a Northern paper.] Lord 'discovery! of Florida. the protection persons o afla Aid. to which wIJ etn
a e.
.. his feet and the challenged denial to th proposi- American. .tizeM.U .
Rudolph sprung to tore from violence. The Havana correspondent titled a
bandage from bis eyes. of the Charleston Mercury does ST.JOHN'S SHinirARY OF that all civilized nations were bound to MR. CAUIOUN. An order ba Been given to Cor

hi. J- "Hail to Rudolph Wolf stein, rightful lord injustice to the motives and conduct of It gives us great pleasure to help against pirates, and that the com- The following letter has been going the Parker to dispatch] iut of the

t of Schwaggerbsrg6r!" exclaimed the astrologer gross those: engaged in taunting this of British vessel would be negli rounds of the newspapers. It was adre the Home Squ co-operate wit lot
and, bending on one knee, the crowd the Judge and Collector, by declaring that I any in the fulfilment this order,
; Madison have funds to of as-may
now pay of his duty if he did not aid the Span- to Col Tarplay, Mississippi, original ,9 b
responded. they encouraged the Havana authorities to within his reach !;!
"Hail to Rndolph" Volfstein, rightful lord pursue an extreme course, and to outrageour buildings, and the prospects of against these pirates. A pirate was mover of the Southern Convention scheme "Should you* nj&n your arrival at. Havana -
of waggerberger!!" are flattering. This success, hostis humani generis. His It establishes beyond all doubt, the often sfactotily that D seen,
citizens and The Tallahassee a urn
"He is alive-I am yet in the time!" country. not been attained vithout much was against every man, and every denied truth that he derived th idea of i it i !jot,you will return to the !
shrieked Christine,': bursting through the Sentinel, upon the best authority, corrects anxiety. The notce of hand him. Lord Stanley from Mr. Calhoun : harbor of NeVXod, and report to the Department
CIUWUMid vUojr g BaJnlph'' in her anns. these misrepresentations in the following was against time keeping it fully
The astral stretched! his arms aloft, statement: charter of the Semnary will,be the Marquis "f I n1. iawne had eitrn IfFon. Mm, July O. ..1840. informed of airoccfcrrences

and said solemnly:: "Thus are fulfilled the decrees advertising column. satisfactory explanation with regard "Dear Sir: I a greatly obliged to you the duty bereinassned cot w
Of the abstract of t
of stars!" then bestrode opinions Judge Marvin, \ for a of the proceedings of meet- YO
our turning away course of the American government, copy your service: to Which you are ordered is
from the castle into the forest, and (who is a thorough-going democrat,) or of CONGRESS. tb ing. I have read them with pleasure. You "Te delicacy and TheDepartment
Collector Douglas, this particular mat- had said not a word in regard to the great ; importance.
no man knew whither he went, and none upon discussion the ask me for my opinion a to the course relies
ter, we cannot of course,undertake to speak. The on Ministry were going to tyxm your prudence, yourdiscretion
of those who saw him go ever saw him the English which should be adopted by the State Con- and decision for the
I But on the object of their trip to Cuba and continued in me Senate up to the yocf successful
again. He interrogated whether and what vention in October next I have delayed of all i its objects.
its effect, we have information which putsto of last week in the course of amplibiet
,, had been sent to the comman answering your letter until this time, so thaI PRESTON.

r Shall we pursue Our tale further 1 Assuredly writer shame, who the certainly reckless should assertions have been of this bet thought an effort would be made of British vessels at the West Indies as might more fully notice the developments "Captain Josutt T4JTSJUL, Commanding
not final vote upon it. But whether at the North before I give my opinion.- UU. S. steanser'gjaranac, Ya.
informed before he hazarded
ter the
to towards ex- NorCI
publication adopt
they were
course and adverse
He who can fancy the rest requireth not; of such slanders the would be obtained, and its result, They are more more to us every [Same instructions to
as foregoing. A ships,
3 and he who cannot deserveth not that he The replies of th Marquis day. There has not been a single occur a th o
I
letter from Judge Douglas to his friends in rounded with doubt. The squad
should be told ati ht further. and terminated in his decla rence since the rising of Congress which Cmoe. rae I wngt
this dated 2d June of equivocal !
the
object l
city speaks
mainly that it would be adopted does not indicates the part of the North,a
I and effect of the trip and interview' with "not to answer the question." He, o
ARRIVAL OF THE: STEAMSHIP the General follows "On Monday jority'of fire or seven, but the bill fixed determination to push the Abolition Gen. T.ylcrJ i W.rfalljDeftadcA..
Captain as : admitted that more than one com In
,
the last
to extremity. opinion -
last about retarded to question my 1V;ItsaniGTOJr line 4th.
Crescent City. night 11 o'clock, the United by propositions ,
that holds
had between the English there is but one thing out a
Fifteen Days Later from California-Great States steamer Saranac appeared off this port, which lengthy debates have passed the of saving both ourselves and the We have had i! Hiring session today {in
Fire in San Francisco-Trouble with the and on Tuesday morning I received a request most strenuous advocates man American governments on subject, proms, that is Southern Convention; the Senate, Mr J;W.fse in his reply this'
i Indians. from her commander, Captain Tatnalf, to intimated that there were eventual in- an much ( cannot.- morning to Br resolution calling
and delayed,
toms Mr. longer
The United States mail steamer Crescent come on board, together with Judge Marvin. discouragement. which it was not usual to make It ought to have been held this upon the Pesdent{"ry8 the reasons for removals
fal. I
forward his Missouri line
We went off about 11 o'clock and
Captain
Lord Stanley continued to press ought not to be delayed another year. frm ,jpok o to cpli
City, Captain Stoddard, arrived at New
Tatnall told us he was going that evening 24th, and advocated it in a speech to look to that result.- ment the President Bra; ,
York the 26th ult to Havana to see the Captain General and question. Earl Grey declared it would movements ought c
Wednesday morning, i interest, without concluding on For that Southern State ought did and capa&levChief' Magistrate, and
every :
about one o'clock. She brings fifteen days requested us to accompany him. He said it In the House, the bill a breach of duty for any Minister to an- to be organized purpose with a central said he should'' hve his cordial support

later news from C lif rnia. was a very delicate duty in which he was land to all privates who have He was surprised that the noble and one in each county-cur's commitee already. Bradbury replied, reiterating charges* when
and it would be
,1 The C. C. left Chagres on the morning of to engaged have two, legal gentlemen gratifying at his to elbow him,' wars of the United States, has been should have asked the question.- It is indispensable to produce 'concer and of Mr.Bel of Teoji., vx> tip,and, in one I

.4 the 14th nit. She brings $250,000 ia gold to advise with. We went on board in the From day to day. An amendment replied he was not t be taught his prompt action. In the a fir ever heard mot,powerQ> withering this speeches and
r. dust in the hands of the and the be made to the bill comprehends and resolute resolution ought to be adopted petty
passengers, evening, and the next morning were in the by the noble Er.HI have put a malevolent war the Administration ia
all who have served at such meetings as take place upon
mails. provisions by you, may
of Havana. Our trip across the Gulf
( port to Her and I before the of the in language!; about which there cl be
and
The steamer Tslhrnnsarrived at Panama on was most charming, the steamer upwards.On Majestys assembling Legislatures Illinois nom
going take. of
the 16th inst., having left San Francisco: on through the water so steadily,that could 'f'f to know will give me the fall. They:, when meeting, ought to Douglas young
you democrat then
the 15th of Mav. She brought the mails, scarcely tell that she was in motion. It is, the 21st ultimo, the Grani answer at all. Lord Beaumont w take up the subject in the most solemn and ceedingly with a zelous'secondhand tirade, taken opened 6

300,000 in gofd dust, and 134 passengers.The without doubt, the finest steamer afloat. at New Orleans found true bills to speak, when Stanley waved him impressive manner. The great object of a verbatim long et literatim the a!
health of and Panama Southern Convention should be to put forth hm cJ-
Chagres was Her order and warlike appearance are truly Gen. Lopez, Sigur, of Delaware, with his hand, saying at the same the causes of our grievances in an umns of the Union. !l
It that the adres
good.Another most destruf live fire occurred in magnificent.having heard, by seems telegraphic despatch President from Quitman, Judge C. Pincknty, "No, no!1" Lord Brougham treated to other States, and to admonish The specb'ofM'Dwsn?; w such a

San Francisco, on the 10rning of the 15th New Orleans, that the expedition had sailed sississippi, Ex-Senator Henderson some sarcasm the refusal of Ministers, solemn manner, of the consequences tlc that floor, or ,jwbire else. wtne upon
of May, which reduced;full one-third the city from that place for Cuba, despatched the van, former editor of the Demo reiterated his approval of treating the must lolO if they should not oe and any ef the w powerful -
A which follows here is unintelligible scathing exposition
to ashes. The losS is set down at $5- [ mn
; Saranac to the Gulf, with orders to
and others there which
preventthe ten for a as piratesthough were this pvirtjr and
therefore omitted. No
and is
indac
000000. It is thought to be the work of an lauding of the expedition. The steamer ] Sat umls w-
Cuban expedition.On lr in number." The debate ter- better take the in this rebuke Douglas for hi
incendiary. A reward .of $5,000 has been went to Havana, ana there learned its failure < 8,000 can le great cr- tion of 'sn: language exhbi
offered for his apprehension.The the fourth day of the without more satisfactory re- vative movement yours.,. It is destinedto ptisnis
and that it had put into Key West. After any ought 'life{ said that four-fifths
be the sufferer the Abolitionists
citizens of Sacramento l City are tak- an interview with the Captain General, amination, Francois Garcia, being given to the interrogatory. should succeed greatest and I i not certain, by of the country, were,Js ha of democrats,
ing measures to p tec.tbeir town from fu- Captain Tatnall determined to come to this Louisiana State arsenal, hit discussion affords ample evidence of ; most of whom were "
the time convention fur-
ture overflow by a levee. It your meet or, at phD
constructing; and communicate with the authorities ,
port, Garcia and J. Moran in Gen. Taylor came
is done at the of the employed in ;rest felt by the English government thest, your Legislature, they will have .tDt
expense city. here, who were in possession of all the facts. made the removals with
oijjhe; a
The last dates from Oregon are to the 18th The Spanish steamer Pizarro went, to the nal, and Jacob Soria, the emingly threatened fate of Cuba. time to mae the call. view to placing parties ps of

of April. The prospect;for crops were fine. coast of Yucatan and there captured the Rowley Adjutant General of C neral assent of her statesmen to the great'- respect, but there still\ at the
I &c. remains
equa1t
Further explorations of the South Pass show bark Georgianna and brig Susan Loud, with were examined as witnesses lion of /n'rocy" to designate the at &am J. C.yours CALHOUN., snt a majority'; offic in F
its practicability and superiority to the about 40 on board. These were bands of democrats. t
5j
North persons witnesses testify that during the which have been made on Cuba, \ JUVE"A
the Columbia
entrance to River. In- the two vessels that took a part of the '
0 dian difficelties are apprehended.A sons destined for the descent upon the coast per- April and May 350 guns, 50 pistols that there is an admitted plea for the ALLIGATOR, June 28, 1850. A Personal Encounter betwsea Kr. .

mass of gold and 'uartz weighing 50pounds of Cuba from New Orleans. The force actually or 140 sabres were 'delivered,on interference of England in case of an- Mr. C. DREW: Dear Sir-I expect, du- rent and Hr.. Wllll*.

was found near Mariposa, and sold engaged was transferred on board the I of Gen. Rowley. from the aTi demonstration. The following para ring the approaching political campaign, to About five o'clock'yesterday i' afternoon,
for sixteen hundred dollar?. steamer Creole,and landed at Cardenas.. order directed them to be given informed I the Washington Parade Ground w the
: -I. ; from a Jamaica letter of the llth keep yon a promised to do, in of
Several and dicoveries scene violent conflict betweenMr.
recent | injportant Those left on board the bark and brig were a personal
i have been made on the. Mouklumne. Out men who refused to participate with the expedition who would call for them, but their ., in the New York Express, strips the matters and things relative to the two political Forrest the tragedian, and Mr.
\Vi
i of one hole three men in two days took out having been induced to leave the or destination was not namel. of Landsdowne of their ambiguity: parties. editor of the Home Journal. T

the sum of $4,000; Some large lumps have United States,under the impression that they superintended the delivery, and ic British Admiral in command of the The Democrats mean the old substantial we have them from a eyewite who informed

been found, and nearly 'every man is making were going to Cbagres, and thence to Cali over to a colored man, who took t uadron ha received orders to have ones-those who are Democrats us that he &&
:, an ounce a day. : fornia. When they were informed of the vessel under his command for purely tance with either party, are these: .
in The ri
Nothing has been heard of the propeller true nature of the expedition, they refusedto drays. Jennings patent service at an hour's notice.ready The from principle-are not pleased at the nom- Willis, who had )us. left his house, 'w

j Chesapeake: or the Rep bl c. proceed farther with it These men were of which were used by the of Trinidad is the where ination of Beard. They say they have be- carelessly sauntering long one of the wa

In six days there'arrived at San Francisco taken by the Spanish authorities, and are ordered from the manufacturers e lip-of-the-line i rendezyou one come tire of old broken down Whigs for of the square, he wad;;approached fr

seventy-six vessels freighted. with cargoes to now in prison at Havana. It wag to lave York,without their knowing the and fourteen gunboats a frigt ready their candidates, and just such men have side by Mr. Forre whip
find market there Marvin and in his hand, h he struck Mr. Willis
a that men that Judge myself of them. They found in the set. It ha been whispered that they
The miners have generally done well and went to Havana. We had elicited, in the were s til 1 for Cuba very soon, and for what been forced upon them for the last four or on the back of'th4 head or neck, a blow
1 more bullion may be expected the comingsix course of the investigation here, the fact the Cuban invaders. The no rational man can be ignorant. five years, by a certain Tallahassee clique which felled him.to the ground. He then

months than bas :altogether been received that these men were deceived and betrayed, that the guns taken from the it is that besides domestic feud forestalling public opinion in nominatingtheir applied a small cue },whC he h Jeke
S since the commencement.: it and of senal drawn for and used s a from Mr. Willis's
s ; and we thought our duty, an ,act were on {{ his
candidate and
Among the sufferers by the Eire, we find humanity, to do all in our power to save occasion. With this fact, and the is a far from adjustment as every ; they acknowledge that sides,while he was prostrate. b a,

the names of Lipbitt, McAllister, and Turk, their lives. I believe our visit was not with plication of the Governor of r embarrassments a pending over they will be beaten, and always will, under who accompanied M r..For kept the bystanders .

Attorneys at law.i '* out its beneficial effects. The Captain Gen- States in the affair, we see not th eatening to involve the nation in a such circumstances. Many of them say from te police

The reports from the. diggings!; are more ral and General of Marines both said to us Government can entirely none hicb if it will be they had as well vote for Cabell, and will came up, when !; arrested
i,, than ever enccnr\ging. ': i* that a great difference would be made, and from responsibility to the Spanish v ensues, unexampled do so.' They know him to be a consistent and taken to the bpres police office.
ExLLaGiltrart OF :;So iETT.-We are that their object was to punish the guilty ment. the red annals of the world. It has been Mr. Willis observed to the magistrate that

pleased to notice by the, arrivals from sea only.: That these men would go; through 1 y and.truthfully remarked that this Whig, and a much.of a gentleman, and well he had no complaint make there,and Mr.

t Saturday,the appearance of some fifty or MX. the forms of law, and, on investigation, if FROM KEY WEST. the anniversary of our political inde- qualified in every respect, and the only objection Forrest replied that t had flogged lfrW

,' tT of the fair sex in full bloom. They are innocent, they would not be punished; and We learn from the N. 0.' witnesses the whole at to him was, that he was (Whig;and lis, and that he was filling to r

from all quarters, some;from Yankee-land, that they: were greatly: obliged to us, for the schooner Randall H. Greene ice- word now to have a broken Whig or a -onsibility of his: actons. The magistrate-
others from John: Bull country and quite a putting them in possession of all the facts. for the first period since days of dow DO then took the evident*'of the
constellation from merry; France. One So much for the object and effect of the that port on Friday the 21st ult., itus Caesar. Who knows what fierce party man, which is worse, stuck upon who were first upon]the plc o1

Frenchman brings twenty:, all, they say, trip. Judges Marvin and Douglas are too from Key West, having on board al I convulsions the may forebode 1 1 them, they will not submit. The Democrats both'personsboant! tai keep the peace a i h]

.; beautiful The bay was dotted by flotillasof well known in this State, to be injured by ing passengers, in charge of the U. call abuse that clique about Tallahassee for a spect to each other for.the next six
mat
young men, ri. the announcement of this such representations. They are not the garrulous shal: Adj. Gen. Gonzales, Col. FLORIDA PINE APPLES!. great many sins, &c., such as buying over Mr. Willis, thoygfa somewhat bri. w

extraordinary importation.-California pa and frivolous characters implied by O'Hara, Lieut Col. J. T. Tb Savannah News notices the receipt with office to the not seriously injured.-|-N. Y. ,181 .
party,
per. : the charges of the Mercury correspondent, from Indian Whig strengthen l
445 th River the
t city, by
Col. W. H. Bell
Lkc Several robberies had recently taken place: who it seems to as, in the same way in Major Hawkins, i a policy they will condemn. Mr. Cf .
at San Francisco, Many persons bad been which the town became possessed of their Davis of the steamer Creole. :r Momo of a number of pine Editor, many have said in my presence The New Oles Dtlta, of the'9th, has

.w defrauded also by, the introduction of bogus, opinions upon international law as connected of Alabama, Capt. Hernandez of > in boxes, and some of that Beard is not as popular in the East as the very i lterestingIact ia connection
which Id for with this expedition, ought also to have earing good sized fruit. The pine with the .fo' binding
was so gold., !Ii} tell staff; and seven wounded privates Archer and many others would have been,
e been able to "what their conference with over Gen. Lopez in P5iP' '
Good American lumber was bringing $95 plant was i in the course of extensive
aSIOOperM. Rice 10.a 11 cents. N. O the Captain General amounted to." That; Key West. but tht his stronghold' is in the Middle amWest As General Lopez his snuffbox
', Molasses 5Oc. a1 per gal be could not, is pretty good evidence that On the trial of the case of tion in South Florida when the Indian I Now sir, I have just returned from to Mr. Prentiss,'i tall man in the crowd

t i Bloody Doia/p.or. thsforA Fork.Abouttwo his whole story has no other foundation Creole,'before the Judge of theU. {ak occurred in July of last year. Madison and Hamilton and the I reached over and" a The

weeks ago; a party of Indians came than mere street gossip, and is put forth, Court, she was released on'the of the settlers who forsook their will counte Cabell and General politely rae to pnc. individual
Whigs to vote
f h1 stealthily upon a;few miners who were sleeping perhaps, for no better, than mere party pur on account of the difficulties left a m who, iaoflos U around to h
;, after their work was over, in their tents, poses. It is due to truth, and to the gentlemen violating' the passenger act, but is which were perfected for many that did not when he last ran So I neighbr''remarkesli audibly:'"Boys,,

t on the North. fork, some twenty miles above BO unjustly misrepresented by this to answer the,charge of bringing crops, l think the Democrats a deluded their sneeze-:Te'lnVlt was

k Auburn. Before the Indians gave arty warning writer,'that the Charleston Mercury,should from Havana and,violating, the first time. Among these was Mr.David selection, and that badly. i accepted, until the 'W
the whiles of their, re-publish the foregoing extract from JudgeDouglas's ,. at a resident of this the .tpurt room
to presence, they ? The people! of Key West extended present county. I have known Beard for several years exbu a r
killed two, wounded another, and then succeeded letter, .and make the proper est hospitality towards the men of settlers aterwr'rture and we a wit 1e
amende. was astonished to hear him spoken of the
their
in making escape.: On
: Friday happy to learn, from arrival a 'CoimscATioa Il&vlxA.-
dition,' and the conduct of Capt. ; : 'OJ jfftiras :IN
of last week a trader; who was travellin] Democratic candidate for Congress.- do
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,
( have their effort to ,
; they the Herald
The ,
i with! hit team, was surrounded by Indians, ALLXOKO OuruThe Detroit Free commanding the U. S. steamer the rnewe., with promise pro,. of amt he makes, a highly respectable 'Mar foUoWi1 l! rM says ,

:f when .about 'fifteen miles$above'',Auburn Press stitelthat an armed band British soldiers U.:S.;Coast Surrey, i is, spokei}"' e tpicl. fml sba Register but as for his apirg"to were the 17th orlast BaY, wd.day.lr

The arrows front their bows took effect on ,commanded by Capt Cooper>> Lieut highest terms. *" go ,Congress, that i quite ..drntthmg. military tribunal:'Anero Masse,
bis' and.fo :saved his life,,by a Balfour stationed the&alt St.Marie .
only
person, opposite 'Judge.Joseph'3,, Lancaster: of Intelligence was transmitted last evening Betaneour, ; Cnstoval Madae ,
precipitous: flight'; They,carried! off bis.coat, on the Canada side,crossed over to the telegraph, from N. Ole of the issue, 1 have'concluded, a few,Whigs ; the VU.ea
which he left on bra wagon,With$600 worth American side on the night of the 14th ult. Circuit Court, acted 'as counsel; l for to the Texas Civia ot June '14; for him as':Land le in the TOt asullivan. rv o M.

t of dust in the pocket Whey also robbed his to arrest deserters; they, entered,a boarding: expeditionists before the US.; .,: : a proclamation by Col. directing purely from personal friendship,liar par They.pl; b .w1
waggon of the nlasbls: goods i it contained, house, cutting down the doors,'and knocks O'Hara is still confined 'to his bed ,election of delegates MODr for taken r it in'another light and beYs he confiscation of their:, 'rt.; .They are

aod killed ,.several 'of Jus.oien.; ,The;accounts down,the.keeper, and ragged his'wife;, It effects of his wound, but is"in gen a state government for,.New Mex must be kept c my wealthy planter; ai t the'reenit.M:
,. of these ostrigeoprtad rapidly; anon is further slated thatLieut Russell of the health, and it is expected that he l Theconvention .was"to be held.'at opinion he' ae.b beaten badly-worse looked upon Ireat interest;'n :

Sa.turdar1uta companybf about twenty United,States Army..was present and gars to experience any inconvenience Fe on th:15t.: 'JW1e-N.r; than Ducal, in .pit. all the Kermittys the, those Dot wit jeyj; t

j., men; part of whom wer;mounted; on bones,, countenance to the outrage' wound' in the coarse of a week or ; (. Locos can up. Rocsaw. I prop of.iter.r tho 1 I j:



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BY AUTHORITY, Fourth of July/Celebration. SHIP, NEWS. under proTee. of,saving-m1 11nIbIn,.I doubt )1esb5iitos1'.t., "d..

a- .-'.-- .- SRXZZ4' not'my cheerfully reeomne&d it. .! jr ,
PUBLIC !..ACTS THE St. John's Division of the Sons of I'PORT OF JACKSONVILLE., JULY 4. blood.the f article extent. for the puao o D. _APPLRNC1.W.y- ; l rtT

r4sse4 dnrtMC the First SessKHi of the Temperance of this place will celebrate the MtfERIlV. Yours,most respectfully,' .S.Mnua.' HAVE 1 COWS otr Ct.; .

Thirty-Ant Congress.. ;., present National Anniversary by addresses, June 26-Brig Benj.. Carver, Carver, St. Augustine ULCERATED THROAT. In PaT Price Dlcti"Tvtnty-lftvk. e .

[PUBLIC-NO. 9jN &c., at the Methodist Church, commencingat NORWICH;N. Yn Oct. 6,1846.MESSRS. MACHINES,'MECrttNtyS'ENOINS utiitryOF .-
July 3-Brig Florence, N.Y. A. B. D. Gent1emen-Peel. : -
& SAITOH
the rank anifileof thearay WORK AND .
Increase .
ACT to .
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to encouragement enlistments. 11 o'clock, a. m., this day 'The publicare CLEARED. ings of gratitude Induce make a publfo te- ENOlRIQ" '
and June 28-Brig Louis Walsh MSliken N.'Y. I hare derived from Designed for ,Wotting')
koWc.. fud
B..tesadedby the Senate and House ofRepresentative invited to attend. July 4.Arrival I ha several intended th -
'I for those lot lE
-&hr.. Mora, Cothell, Boston. ::1 ': : J01 SP' : Dt. J'
of the United States of America years ben my s. .
wih
Panama Ifo1..Uinl I ;
29-Brig 'Ing' -'-
Crumley Saybrook. which a'10.i _
at T" ,
in Congress assembled That; hereafter at the Jacksonville Hotel. hea. # I.
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EDITED BY
mr throat; nose, and ears,and ethers 'OLJYJ. ., :

each company of artillery designated and June 26th.-Mr EmeryDarjen, 0..; t C S Notice. .. break out in dlffflremt parts o my a fc and1 1ou Prefmor.of N ihmitut.CdZsge
serving as light artillery stall daring such Emery Mandarin! Maj Putnam and daughter st is hereby given, That application T TeM continued untlrtny ra and head Civil Engi ttn,.LoudvAjfhor\ .*nJ I*.o,
service consist of the commissioned officers AUgUKbltra; Jas Semplezacbon. IVIIBB. 28.tk- NOTICE made to the next General Assemblyof one complete lre.and rr a tent time ,en/or of the"CaklofRn Tlrithm ,"."n
u now provided by law, and of four sergeants Mr Conklin. Panama Mills. 29th.-Samuel B the State of Florida, for the passage of an Act I was that 8 hoarse that it WA' utmost difficulty Nneand Improved Sg, l. ..' f
I '
four artificers two Thompson; Black Creek; Tarvis Voclker, Ger- to "incorporate" ST. JOHNfSSEMINARY c could speak abovwawhlsperDuring ,, "THrA'tVw*_ f ..-,
itwo the
corporals time I h
Conkin OF sd several attacks of pleurisy and eih- did Colors sWstc. -
many. OOth.-Capt. New York; Wm S LEARNING, at Madison Court-House. i 6
musicians, and sirty-four privates. Carver of Brig Benj Carver; Mr Emery, Darien; July, 1850. tf er diessea. I consulted different physicians, and ._e 'j t #
SBC. 2. And be it further enacted, That T L Farrow Hamburg, S C; A Webb Savannah 1? tried various I'' r.medle but received n benefit ffUIIS WORK is ofarsi *r eonsia.-:
the United States be and be Holmes LIST OF OFFICERSOF I' until using'your Smrsaparffla. I JL ,a
the President ; T O ,Jacksonville; Enoch Berry; J lag nearly TWO TBOVJUSO upward
am now well the
in hereby authorized, by voluntary enlistment H Smith, Hamburg S C; Mr Ilariie Columbiaco. TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA. attribute the;result sores are now all healed, and I ef nrrxRN JNDl runs, tt$ax f
entirely to valuable
med
your
number of in .,Fla; H R Sadler Duval co. Fla McQueen tIN icine. WOI prcwct ,
to increase the privates Yours with
"kwl
McIntosh Jacksoville. July bt.-Coi. Broward Slate House Officers. respect and gratitude, descriptions of the moot In(
each or any of the companies of the' existing Fla; 2d.-Rev M Blake and lady, Dr C Byrne, Governor, THOMAS BROWN. QUART BOTTLE PB Cuo: i the United States. Indeptttd of the're-*
regimeats of the army, at present serving or E L Harrison,Jacksonville. Secretary of State, C. W. Dowsiwa.: Being personally acoalated \ the person RI of American iagenelty.C'hioW-,i
witch may hereafter serve, at the several Attorney General, DAVID P. Ho UB. }ORTHEREOVALANPERMANENT root.above named, I believe her statement to be cor- practical treatises eo I MM

military posts on the western frontier and at Dissolution. Treasurer Comptroller, WM.SIMON R. HAyW TOWLR.AED. rItOM AN IMPURE STATE OF JOE Justice M. D.of CARR the Peace. useful Engine-work in more,and than EngineertogItk one thouahj &,& S

remote and distant stations to'any numbernot THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF TUB of volumes,magiiIneg..n4 h.I" .0.
State JOHN BEARD. lolo $
Register Lands Prepared and
mIlE firm of D. P. SMITH & CO. it this sold wholesale and retail by A.
exceeding seventy-lour, and, to cause JL day dissolved. The business of the late Clerk Superior Court R. S. HAYWARD.Judiciary. SYSTEM VIZ i B. & I). SANDS Druggists and Chemists, great object or this p9blsteala! ,to pInes

such portions of the army as may, by law, firm will be settled by D. P. Smith.D. Scrofula o Sin/fs evil, Rttu obttinattcutaiumittruptiont Fulton st., corner WiBiam, New Yoik. Sol 10 of ocfoiy theoretical practical and men scientific and stakE,.kn *|Udge indian,la amomat,

bf serving on foot, to be properly equippedand P. SMITH, Circuit. Judge. ltes d.nce. o .on the also States by Druggists generally throughout the lJ Rt dented form,as shall enable tbtto k work a to e'
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mounted whenever in his.opinion the fact, bt Ma,chronic eye, and Canadas. Price 91 per Boll bet ,
; A. J. MILLER. I Western. Hon. G. S. Hawkins. Apalachicola B rnKwr Bottles for 85. li advantage, and to avoljf those mIat'kas i
exigency of the public service may requirethe Columbus J nne 2", 1850. July 4. Middle. Hon. Thos. Baltzell. Tallahassee. the o bones lea, tntargetnent syphilitic For sale in Jacksonville by amount which they of useful might other*Uf Om1L Tbs

same: Provided That the said enlistments Eastern. Hon. Thos. Douglas. I Jacksonville. tymptoms andjoflblo Kiaticat o t. diteattt June 8. J.FOHMAN. it almost tormtcoQ f&ns each brought together *

shall be for the term of five years SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS Southern. Hon. J.B.Lancaster. Key West.J. arising ute of mercury, St. Augustine, P. C. Pur.zsroN Indeed, th.r is hardly pNft'h wo'

unless sooner discharged. REWARD M. Landrum Sol. W. Circuit, Ucheeanna. acititet or dropy, txponare or Imf m Monticello; LEWI & ZY'S.. G.R., range which 1 I treated i b f nh tlftaraees

S .. 3. And be it further enacted That STEPHEN HARMON, S. Stephens, M. "" Quincy. li a.o.chronic constitutional t. HENDBICKSOU k Co.. Savannah.t ,; and precision, even a bum .most ordinary
WHEREAS J. P. "E. Jacksonville.
made in the violation of the Laws of the Sanderson, IN thw preparation -- capacity cannot fail n4erAandug
'Whenever enlistments are at, or o. B. Hart 8.cc Key West. are strongly concentrated i.much whlcjj.lt It.
of the said and State was, on 10th July, 1848, under an order of all the Medicinal properties of SA&SA- Notice thuslearnlngfroni 1 ip
vicinity military post, re-I for him to know. J' j
the Circuit Court for Nassau county, sold for a County Officers.First .
Dote and distant stations, a bounty equalin brief term of years, and purchased by the undersigned Clerk PARIL combined with the most effectual SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by From the annexed list of the>.principal Mthore [.4
amount to the cost of transporting and to prevent an extension of the period of [ name Judge of Probat2l name, aids, the most lalutr pructions the most Committee of"St.John's Sem and subjects comprised in this v i&(n U sel .evident -
of Circuit Court 3d "
sustaining a soldier from the, principal recruiting servitude-has been abducted, and as it is feared wherever it occurs, ( in, Se t-th, .)name Tax, potent and t kingdom; inary pf Learning, located at Madison Court that al cis engaged ifetie! ptea

depot, in the harbor of New York, and believed, told at state far life-therefore,to Assessor and Collector.a and it has been s fully tested, not only by House the 6th, FOr uly until next 12 o'clock, for furnishing,M.,on Saturday material, from useful the sz ., may and d,ri, ea
avert th is illegal and unjust fate, I will pay a reward study is pnblicatloa
to the place of such enlistment be, and the of Three Hundred Dollars for Us delivery County. Officers. Post Office. patients themselves but also by Pbysicla.ns erecting, and Iniahincompete,of wo a main the plOD be especiallydesignated i

same is hereby allowed: to each recruit so to me at this place,and proof to conviction Wes Circuit. that it ba received their recommendations building,fifty ,with Millwrights;moulders and: tyOer makers;artt&ctn -

enlisted, to be paiJ in unequal instalments of the person or persons engaged in the infamous Escambia Charles Evans and \he approbation of the pub two The wigs whole,each twenty-five by thirty feet. in brass,copper and tIn; Vatlers and work
Pensacola work
at the end of each year'? service, so that the matter of beguiling and enslaving him which I F E De La RnaAntoine lic ; and has established on its own a delivery by the 20th to day be of completed December ready next.for era of steel in general; cart.enterw; brickmakerst 4'
occurred on the 12th of last month. It Is : workers in ivory,bone and bora civil
supposed J for and far ; engineers
several amounts shall increase and reputation
annually Colls. VUUJ EHICACY superior Bond for the faithful performance of the contract
STEPHEN has been carried into the interiorof railway contractors and eontraVors for.eanJa1work
the largest be paid at the expiration of each S. Rosa John Cha Milton .to the various compounds bearing the will be i
this State or into Georgia or Alabama. The I E S 41 required.Persons and masonry of yery daacyfption;architects
enlistment. statement of the facts will doubtless interest the James Mims name of Sarsaparilla. Diseases have been to bid, can obtain more specific and bridge builders; builders muter masons,and
of all citisens to aid in his cured such not furnished in the records information as to the character of the work to be bricklayers ship builders masters)of n_ sUp
;
Approved, June 17, 1850. feelings good Daniel McLean UcheeannaD as arc also .
done, and draft of the
and the punishment of the vile wretches concerned Watn A McKinnonADMcKinnon cc of time past; and what it ha already done application see building, by personal carpenters, and others eonnuct d'with buildini
in the outrage. Stephen is by profession a sailor I I 4' sad docking ships;block aniptiap xaakers heap
for the thousands who have used it it i is BARTON C. POPE
tPuBuc-No.IO. capable makers
] dressers and
miinfa4irirs of Hnt
-for over a year has been engaged about a saw- WmllMcCollum U - HARTR1DGE rope ;
AN ACT to apply a deficiency In the appropriation mill-quite short (about five feet high)-dark Holmes Owen I Cer Gordo of doing for the milons still suffering DANIEL THEODORE S. _H __ d and.cotton fabrics; mann&eterers_of spinnIng ?
for the service of the fiscal year ending brown complexion-about 25 to 30 years of age- Willils and struggling with It p\lrife GRAHA.Bud machines, roving Machine*,!card breakers 1s4. f*'>i
the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and rather slow in replying when spoken to-and can, M&rin cleanses,strengthens the fountain Commtee. finishers, drawing frames .willows and pickers,.
M,. in the negro style, (imperfectly) read and write. Washington Wash Tabor of life, and infuses new vigor throughout Proposals"i also be considered etc., conected with cotton flai, and wool machinery I
for of brick. calender calico
erecting buildings ; bleacher*land printers j
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of the My additional neighbor, Mr.of J. W.Three BANELY Hundred,.will DOl-pay Jas Levi G F Lucas I Orange.Hill the whole animal frame. By order of the Board Troitess: ; cloth folders and measutjcrf,, 'and persons Interested
the United States America sum Mie The diseases for which this article is CHARLES RU in sewing -anchor and chain
Representatives of of Ian* for the recovery of his woman REBECCA Jackson Fred R Mariann recommended SELL machinery;
in Congress assembled, That the sum of (and proof to conviction of the kidnapper,) who Sm'C Pitman are those to which it is known 5ec. B.T. St. able manufacturers; cutting ud- turning tool
June 13,1850. makers and needle nail and rivet
fifty thousand dollars be, and. the same is was stolen from his residence, at the White Oak Can Stephens from personal experience to be adapted ; t makers;; bolt pin and screw-bolt nmevtj.'era;nail cutters.
of in Plantation a few miles below here, on Friday Calhoun Wynn BIout'aTown and those removed the
hereby appropriated: out any money apparently beyond CIRCUIT COURT: eoiaAri; leather dressers and curriers;manufaeturrers
the Treasury not otherwise appropriateu by party night,engaged 21st hut.in; and the,abduction**5.believed of Stephen.by the same William Eliis Branch Clark .. sphere of it action have yielded to its influ SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDATo of great guns and small troucandle: makers .

law,to supply a deficiency in the appropriation REBECCA is of a yellow complexion about five Franklin A T Bennett Apalachicola ence. catalogue of complaint mightbe MAT Tux 1850. In biscuit and cracker makers;t aett makers; riaboB J
for defraying the expenses of the Supreme feet high-28 to 30 years of age-has several front S W Spencer greatly extended to Sarsaparilla Chancery. weavers; stone cutters and marbe--masons;dyers
cloth washers
and cider
:| and
Circuit, and District Courts of the teeth decayed or broken-quick in reply when Lucas' 1 is adapted, but experience proves its value, Nancy Vanderipe, } cheese manufacturers scourerj; erowaj etrttal elopers,.and plat
> Biu. Drvos.cc.
United States including the District of Columbia addressed-has three of which are been still the living.mother She of has fire a children number Mid Circt.Gaen and each succeeding day is adding new trophies John W.vs. > FOR glass makers;sugar boilers.sd qsfiners,with proprietors -..

: also for jurors and 'Witnesses in relations living in Savannah, to which place she la M Gilchrist Quincy to its lame..NOTHR Vandrip.And day comes the Complain of sugar plantations'; toinufacturere o
J IOW th.
Robt C Lester railway,bar, round ribbon anorrod iron wheel
aid of tne funds arising from fines, penalties, was desirous to return, and the pretence of aiding : ,by her Solicitor.Ossian B.Hart,Esq., axle makers ;
Samuel B Love CURE ,and spring ; engiiMj drivers and
and forfeitures incurred in the fiscal year her to do so,enabled the party to perfect arrangements HOMcCleanLeon I OF SCROFULA.The and moves for an Ordor of publication herein. connected with the Gttjotive generally persons 51

ending Jane thirtieth eighteen hundred and for carrying her o!. J Jas E&oome following striking and, as will be I And it being shown to the satisfaction of the Court engineers and captains of steam> Mels;managers'
citiien of the country win feel it important Talh affidavit that the said Defendant resides
Every by out of
cure of an inveterate of loralxr dcplan and
and and likewise for Oscar A seen, permanent case stationary engines; owners
fifty previous
years, to prevent the formation,or break up the or- Mlen the State of Florida,and within the U. States; I of milL cutters owners ,
defraying the expenses: of suits in which ganization of a band of desperadoes,who, if permitted Alfred A Fisher 4 of Scrful commends itself to all similarly It it Old. That the said cause be beard at chinery saw ;corn;vtpeer milkrs,and peneAs; connected olplaDinC.with -

the United States are concerned, and of to escape with impunity, will extend their John Daniel G McRaney New prosecutions for offences committed against ravages in this respect, and add other depredations Waa Chas Iniam Park SOVTBPOKT, Conn., Jan. I, 1848. it it fl't Od That the said Defendant and persons using grain-aSelliigr and threshing

the Dniled States and for the safe keepingof thereto.E. Abijahflali'Jefferson Messrs. SANDS: Gentlemen-Sympathy for the appear anser Bill on or before the machinery; buhl workers, civ engravers,and
R. ALBERT first Monday in November and defaultthereof
Thos J Chace afflicted me to inform you of the next i ornament makers in general;pemns employed
prisoners. MontcelC ia. rmak that the said Bill
Woodstock MIUs Fla., near Craven G Fife ble cure by your Sarsaparilla in my againsthim the manufacturing of gas KakeH of eopper and -4
Approved, June 21, 1850. St.Mary's,Ga.,Jane%,l0. James R Tucker of my wife. She was severely afflicted with ea thesfU pro confesso: Provided, That this Order bepublished lead tubing;linen and straw paper makers; ship
J uly4. IBi. 3t John Woten different parts of the body; the glands in some newspaper In the State of Florida owners,harbor masters and.cUes interested Ii

A Mountain of gold. Madison Alex Dod Madison C were greatly enlarged and her limbs for four months prng. dredging machinery: well linktf astronomers The Pacific News of 29th April has OLD ADOBE San Francisco, )I I I much swollen. After suffering over a year and JOS. LNCASTE philosophers, and others uiog nutosophical ape-' -
avery
May 2d, 1850. j CLCth I relief CMa the used, the dis Judge Circuit Court F raIns and instruments miners engineers and
article in relution to MAdern. find 1 remed
singular an alleged others interested in encases ptl'lODl.1terested
DREW I the Republican that Hamilton H one leg, the knee sup A true copy: pumping ;
see by Jar
discovery of a mountain composed entirelyof MR.Charles W. Brush Judge of Probate of RobtLlvay I IWmiJbuncan pt. Her physl advised it should be laid WITNESS, J. J>/. BraceweH, Clerk of ou said in canals and aqueawU9rareAouteaten
gold and silver. The first mention made Putnam county,has been pieaaed to let the public j jaskris I" don but without any Court, Key West May 21st,A. D.1850. and others using hydraulic preaeti, dyaeaometri
I pra
of this marvellous of Nature's nent benefit. In we heard c.M.c. c. cranes, jack screws common sajd feed uanee
most productions know that he has revoked a letter of attorney executed Circ. )BUCEWE workers in metals and alloys tin workers
plate
was in a letter written to the N. Y. by him to me, relating to some lands in Columbia Jas S Jones AlligatorS first were bottle induced>rodneed to u a Sd' Sarsaparilla.and wonderful The effect May 30, 1850. 4 spring manufacturers; wheelwrfcpts; { dock Beakers .

Commercial Advertiser, which: at the time the Arredondo Grant, in which we hare a Joint Scarborough 1 mere ded.d prescription she and horologists etc., eter IItt?. _
interest. I have not the instrument since I relieving ay ha Brought to r
seen "
AJTWrirht The hare expended *-
be clever the publishers tt large sun ,
was thought to a parody on before had used six Jail
left home in August n'or have I acted under it; Chas F NewnanilleS A NEGRO MAN, his name is get original drawing*of saaehinery in;
taoneyto
WGfttle accounts from California. Sub- Alhua Fit et to the astonishment and delight of her she
and I certainly did not come to California to sell frien .
W found her health quite It is a Sam and that he to practical use in this country'scdhsve procure,
seqneatly party of emigrants, ted out fora the pine lands and swamps of the Arredondo Chas L Wilson' since the cure ror and her health LBmneu,of Shell blng Wi almost every work on the sutg
spot about sixty miles east Of Pueblo de Grant. I had hoped that at this distance should DTa Felix Livingston Jacksonville.. I year remains good, showing et.ct. was thoroughly f _aged about 20 "&is about 5 feet i lished in England France,orG.raaathimo
neither hear of that Grant or certain of its distin- Fleming high he had on weal bat essentialparts of which beis\g\ in thisr'
los Angeles, having heard of the existenceof Luis eradicated from the system. Our neighbors are Inch ; wht ;his eoyaprued
But Mr. Brush '
has
vast quantities of gold in another direction guished proprietors. as G SmitE .e all knowing to these facto, and think very highlyof apparel was 1 torn tha cannot be described Dictionary,ren4er it as perfect *M oempre.&t'e .-
to remind me of that valuable
thought proper Mandarin he has the The
Uriah Bowden Sands' Sarsaparilla. ; scar of a hu his breaat. as possible. publiabers have endeavored
changed their destination. We con interest he will be so good as not to sell any portion Nassau Ju'1' O'Nei St. Mary's,G Yours with respect, PIKE. The owner will come prove property, to use great economy In type,s*l&at each page
tinue with the relation given by the News: of it, in which we are jointly interested, C C Bessnt Wodck 11 JULIC and pay charges, or he will b dealt with A the of the work contains at least foattUies the number
without my consent, and fearing that my fortune I law of words found in ordinary of the sis ,
in
The route lay a Northeast direction -- I Extract from a letter from Mr. Ingraham, r1ws.M. pages same *
might suffer in his bands the public will be on I St This has also secured to !'
Johns
St. Augustine tAck'pUte
Gad Huinphreys working-
from the place of departure and lull of diffi- well known in Delaware 1.
their guard, and protect it from sacrifice. B I 1 gentleman cou Jailor FREEE drawings of ample size and elefcr es?,so that a mechanic
culties. Striking the Maahve river, they June 27.-tf GREGORY YALE. Per Cnov.Ja I I ty. It commends itself to all similarly- May SO, 1850. of tf, Fla. may construct accurately*mj machine described.

followed its course some Distance, crossingnd Putnam Chas Ptb flicted: I islUis
IN CIRCUIT COURT; I Joe W FitchRobtTBoyd I The pubUehers are, in shoxt; determined, .
recrossing as necessity.compelled, some a ROXBCTIY, N. Y., March 26, 1q47. Goods at Reduced Prices of make
con to
gardfece theweirk
often fifteen it EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. tot complete
as times
days as leaving Orange WmCampbeU EnLerpri. Gentlemen i-My wife has used several bottlesof AT TBS"JACKSONVILLE possible; and it is hoped tvttj itnt demo It- .
where it makes a bend to /be southeast, toward COUNTY or DCVAL: IN CHANCERY. Peter G Hyrne your Sarsaparilla, which 1 obtained of your CHEAP STORE" obtain the work will procure r as toned in ambers
11eUonvUe
the Colorado, in to which it empties. Julia E. Ladd, > John Siinpsone agents in this place, from which she has received and thus encourage the enterprise.
Obstacles were encountereS:at various parts vs. > Bill for Divorce. St. Lade No organization. such special benefit, that I am induced to add Subscriber :.lias ju' received in store The work will be issued soau-iaontkly nass-

of the journey almost insurmountable in the Nathan B. Ladd. ) Marion Wm M'Gahagin Ol mine to the abundant testimony now before the The following ., which he o'er at ben,commencing in JanuryjJ330t and will progress
t 'It
public in favor of its medicinal Her father with great regularity i -
Robt Bullock virues. cannot fail to suit f':
. chape of mountains of rock.which they had IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Ed D ,Joter. and many other have fallen price tht purchasersPrinted s The whole work.will be paUaed U 40 number _

to climb and mountains of now which they by affidavit filed that the Defendant in the Hows consumption, and i .supposed Polka Muslins,rrol 18 s to .I *, at 25 cents per number,udimnpleted within
could not avoid narrovt through above entitled cause resides out of the State of Slelvenston 'emingn that she too was inclined the way. She had D. 43 the carr8ntyearI850. A'gbcHI discount will
gorges Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court Levy Osten White, ,and FigM de., IS 50 '
several turns of raising blood Ice., and at length t t be made to agents. jj f n .
which they had to pass a I1. still narrower motion of Sherif Ginghams ucnt IS to 171-3 .
therefore on Aid -
Complainant by became so reduced that her life was of Any one remitting the pabUsbkrs 319ind-
clifls along whose crests nothing but a mule Griswold Bryant, Esqs., her Solicitors R Watern, For Fanning from day to day. We were induced deaid your Calicos or the latest style,fm 10 to 3 vance, shall receive]the work th DUfhthe pesf

could pass with a prospect of safety, and It it Ordered, That said Defendant appear and Southern Cwcuzt. Sarsaparilla, as before mentione from the 1 of Linen Chamberays,from 20 to 2 office free of expense. iT. j;
where the slightest mistepwould* land rider answer the Bill of Complaint of said Complainant Hilhaboro' Simon Turman Tampa which her health has ; so for Figured Laces, from 18 s 75 March 14. frStjr; _
within three months, or the same will be taken as I M Cunningham the she ben ablo to attend to her L. C. Handkerchief*,from 12 t 100
and all hundreds of feet_ below but past year b
; they confessed against him. BJ Ilarler I domestic duties. Linen DU.from 31 1-4 100 !
pushed on about 230 miles from the pueblo, It it further Ordered That a copy of this Or. Beaten Per Wall Rc JOt B. Y e 60 to 200SilksndUslethredGleieafzn Jacksonville Ch at8tore.; :
the point for which they started. Here, der, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court. be I Augt ta110ur bauH. 1 M-t a 1-2 BRIC.dBl1tLDlNQ.

among the eastern of the'Sierra Nevada published in some newspaper printed within the N M Moody. I BRONCHITIS CURED. A fine assortment ef Edgings and Insertions atevery LED WITS'S
spurs their Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively Monroe Benj Sawyer Ker'Vest The following shows the virtue of the price,with many other articles in the Dry Bay Strew. F
found the 6earch-
they object pf for three months. J MBracewellRobt Goods ,latehreceiv.d. A call is solicited. mIlE SUBSCRIBER wom4 tIpecttflhI7'1n.
gold-and silver too;and in such quantitiesas THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. I Clarke Sarsaparilla in removing; Bronchitis, -a die le P. DEWEES. .1. form the citisens of Jacksonville and .

they had not dreamed of-a perfect mountain I, LEWIS FLEMINO Clerk of said Court do John Boyle I ease which, if not spedily'arrsted, leads to 23.tWA. rounding country with a view that to he selilxood ojwn*' *:the a&J'ItIIOMMr abeve establishment { .-.

of rocks with silver and gold mingledand hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an Dade No orgaton. consumption. It ation Administrator's Notice. rain, believing that a "nimole penny fa better -.4
commingled in solid masses, weighing Order made and entered of record in said entitled -. CoUeetot. changes the secretions, and by it tnic than a slow shilling." H. has received and to
Tax Assessor nd
from one to many tons. The quartz provedto cause in said Court, on the 28th day of May A. .And e-toio alterative removes unhealthy SIX MONTHS after dte.we shall 'our constantly receiving, the Moir VASKIOKARU aaiLATXST

be exceedingly hard, to such a degree D. 1850.In Testimony Whereof, I hereunto set PROSPECTUS OF action, propres is restored to health: Judge of Probate and for Duval Cm.-the Honorable a final the : STYLi witEngliah of Fancy ..od' JiUple* Dry :

that, during their short stay, all their implements [u s.] my hand and affix the seal of said "The Southern Press. KAirrucirr,Mass.,Nov. 1,180. settlement and discharge from Geode to .
made for this particular: purpose be- Court. .Gentlemen I of the Estate of James D Peloto, deceased,Into and American Print; Ginghams
MESSRS. SARDS- <
fore LEWIS FLEMING Cleric Association sixty-three Members of afflicted with Bron of County. Cbambrays; White and Colored:IMaslinsj
starting, were completely worn out AN public,for the good of those a JOHN C. PELOTE
in the operation of drilling and blasting.The By I. V. GARNIE D. C. have constituted Congress the Senators undersigned and Hprelnt.t ves.to chiti th healing proprti.of your SSsnaparilla. CHARLES H. PJELOTE, Embroidered Muslins; Linen Lawns; ;
in such a Silk Tissue and Bareze L.Cj H4iulkercbisfSilk
June 20.1850. 3m ;
of the whole mont
strangest part discovery superintend the establishment of a Southern Press ler times she AdltI -
is yet to be told. These large boulders of Washington City,to be devoted to the exposition manner as i easily wnen. January S, 1550. 6 and Cotton Handkerchief';-
not to above a whisper, and
IN CIRCUIT COURT was speak
and Silk D
: institutions Cotton Gloves Lisle Spun Silk *.
and defence of Southern Rights and -
gold, silver and quartz, have the gold in the exposed to the cold air, it occasioned somethinglike
south end and the silver in the north end. ALACHUA AND LEVY COUNTIES. -the dissemination of correct informationas Political spasms in the throat, the effect of which was JACKSONVILLE White and Colored.. Hose; ., i r.;

No exceptions were found in their examination IN CUINCERY. I Affairs to Northern generally Policy, without, and the reference course of to the old felt in the ears and eyes,causing tears to flow.- Male and Femle School. Half-Ho; j i.
O. M. Dorman 1 The complaint was attended with a dry cough Brown Shirtings and SheetinjSJ
the silver being the most abundant of party lines of Whig and Democrat. Arrangements inflama-
irritation and
( Creditor bill to produced by the constant "
[
vs.
the two. In the words of a who was are now in promptly' to ensure the the use of Sarsaparilla The lublerlbr InonthectnleUtInve Bleached -, l f
person James A.Pedcn, Adm'r.of f Marshal proge. title of tion ofth.throat. By your Irish Linens Silk Colored Do. '-
the
on the spot, "there is silver enough there to R. G. Livingston,dec. J Assetts, issue of such a SOUTHERN she was perfectly cured it being now more mrunde COURT 8unt ROOM, (sec ; Scotch Cravats; .. ; .:
:
-THE Table Damasks
Diaper :
of
sink every ship in the harbor." pursuance of a decreetal order of said Courtto PRESS"or than three mont since she lul any symptoms ond story of the CuHou.) He returns histhanks ; ; :
the of Cambric
IN and
conduct which hv the disease. him Swiss Muslina tl |? .
Possibly some and may far look open this account against me the directed above estate all persons are hereby having required demands to been engaged,who will also receive contributors.the aid Yours,with respect, GROROR C. HORS. and hopes for,the by Ub ptrna extended perseverance t to, Bar'd Do.; Striped Do.; $ \\ --.-
the number ofeminent able
as a jest, so as practicability and
merit continuance of the same. His termsFor White and Colored Berlin Cords-
of the come before me at the town of Ncwn&D8Tille.inAlaehua There will be both a TRI-VEEKLY and a Extract from a letter received from Mr. N. a
putting WELT
discovery to at
any use county at my office therein on the sec well known jnLoUis are- Trimmings, of every description; :_
contain substantially
Issue the latter to
W. gentleman
present is concerned, it it so. All the waterto ond (2) day September, 1850 and exhibit their same matter as the former, and intended to reach Hars a Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic, Cologne; French Extracts; j t -. -
be found for miles around is highly impregnated demands against the same ; and all persons who those of the country whose mail facilitiesare Va. : per quarter, 'jO Pearl Gilt and Bone '-
with salt or salaratus or both. shall not then come forward and prove their demands li pint. "Gentlemen have cured a negro boy of mine TIe above,with Grammar, Geography, erlstor Buttonr '
against said estate shall be excluded from with who was attacked withscrofula per quarter 0 Coat's And Lee's Spool Cotta; -
shouldit
Not of Issue will be added hereafter your .
A
a single drop water free from Spar
one or D.Y of the latter branches, -
the benefit of this decree. And such not the Mosquito Netting ; \
persons &
the other of these properties did of the to this be advisable or nece by press famil. quarter, pr B 60 r
one parties suit who shall come In before me and of the Southern "Yours truly, W.II. Fringe Gimps and Edging \, -
people
party obtain during the ten days of their and prove their demands shall before they are The paper will not be exclusively political-but "Fredericks Hill,Va.,July 17,Is.SANDS' He will tah.the higher branches of Mathematics With variety> of Goode usually kept I*

stay. The whole region is a periect waste admitted as such creditors, contribute the proportionate on its broad sheet the General News seems almost ; a and Gt necessary.Hours a Dry Goods every Store. Fersonn wishIng to ptr
and disease expenses thereof,to be settled by me as w embr mail and SUSPA1.-I 12,- and from
and death Domestic and Foreign, by t for tfceas*
must inevitably fol Master. SAM'L. RUSSELL, day, Intelligence unnecessary to an article 1 2 1-2 to 5 ehtse, will do well to call and examine
low Commercial and Agricultural dct
uy prolonged stay. ODE their return June 6.-2m Special Master Chancery.T. telegraph; Criticisms Original Essays, Lit well known, and 8 deservedly popular, & o'clock.WILLIAM T. aelv.VJLLI.uI :
Literary PEPAL. IlEWIZL,
they met a large who
company going to the same and Miscellaneous and in short, all those preparation; but patients often wh t u Jacksonville,May 9. 1850. 4
A VANCE'S erary ; of Sanaparill are try t 1850. 1y
true 18 -t
he
spot. statement of the difficulties and general interest,the collected aggregate extract but April f! '
containing -
item the ,
dangers of a further prosecution of the expedition Sea Island Roller Cotton Gins of whch constitutes the interesting and valuable worthless little compounds or none bearing of,the virtues name of this valuable Business Copartnership. 5- i. ,I.
induced about will be taken to give full
two hundred Great care Cfiurt
to turn a greater In Circuit
: root a.ndwe think we
back-fifty went on. fTO* Subscriber begs leave to Inform the ewapr.Reports of the Proceedings and D I benefit ; readers than eotcon.r their attention I EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.COTOTY '

The gentleman named, from whom these JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and the pub bat in both HoU of Congress, as well Southern as on to ou advertisement of the Messrs. Sands DRY.GDS cNGt GROCERIES, or DDVAL: 1 I. Caivoar_ '
Ito that of the Legislatures on the I
he can supply them with his double and atlon loa in another column. The bottle has recently been ,
facts bare been obtained,is now in this city, single who wish a Elisabeth Ca1lahanr. f
with specimens in his possession, brought SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. queaon. number only of Advertisements will enlarged to hold a quar'tad concentrated those this TRIflE UNDERSIGNED have this day opened' vs. j Bl ; for Divorce.M. .
article
be Umt main being to :furn1shal&ID really good be I JL a lI oath*North Kaet corner oi BAY Alexander Callahan. ) *t t -
from mountain. No
the mother object
the doubt
is
'they are most longer entertained the medicinal value the
they are best all rL Thez and and wIll appearing to the sa&faotioh f the Court_
singular and beautiful we have ever Gina in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself amount of reading mter. rience of thousands proved Srt eeble IT
seen, The will be a h and style by affidavit filed that the JDefendaatia the "
te ne
and one need only see them, and bear him, last from seven the general years,he satisfaction will receive he their has given for the use to those paper of the other Washington papers,and ring the and various t du time which i i rm any te I 'KIELSTEPHENS._ .. I above entitled cause resides out of'the State ef
to be convinced that nothing baa been told Prices tow support. the material wm procured for the meD4e; t> useful in Florida,and beyond the Jurisdiction of this Court
the
and Gins '
made of the best ma b e1c1 this medicine pTeParing They have opened 'a. Ie"u therefore, on motion of said '''Compiaiaiat hj
bat the truth. 0 terials and workmanship. hoped that every true Mend t pei a change. "of tUD.-l ment of DRY James W. Bryant Esq her Soikftor,
BOXES AND BRUSHES Pi"nDt1 J .. : and well se
in procuring subscribers to which shortly added a large It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear aa4anrwer
Kar Rings. < for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest the a with the smonn (subecri!bed, a .; B'SORS: let stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE. the Bill of Complaint iaid Complalaaat
forad EJ ., all articles In general within three
ratea.A.sellt. some Southernitepreaentatlve s>t demand.1he months or the "WU1 be taken Meonfessrd
The custom of wearing car
to have originated in this wise i if VatLOHOA ACOST4,CeDtnrlUap,Ga.. Postmasters athorsdb1lw'- to remt Agents .show t.value ,in cases of Fever CASH.or COUNTRY:PRODUCE, rutlJ It is farther Ordertd'That a 4 .
& ar
MvxroRD HARRIS a share of the public GeDt' duly oertifled b,.the Cleric ef thillshed ..
Originally among the Hebrews, Arabs, N. A. HULDEX. Savannah Ga. subscriptions fee TURKS., ,Sores; will be manufactured to ovder W in some newspaper priatedJwaWa< E.-

&M other nations the ears of the slave were B. F. SMITH Charleston, S.C. For Tri-weekly:during the session- of Congress, "-;) _CJ4aom./spl; U1. _ KIESEPHE. era Circuit of Florida once a tn OODII f &lftI1. ;-

bored to signify the obligations of the servant 8.R.B.R THOKWOH REED Co.k,Co.Palatka.Black E.Creek F. ,E.:P. and Semi-weekly.daring.. ,the,r the"rc l_ M'sT,,store a bottle or ;, Apr 29th, 1 forthxeemontha..r. THO. DOUGLAS' Jidgt.-' .

,
to hearken will be : &pr' --
to the eonamaods HOLMES & Co. Co.Jacksonville ,per annum, | -
of his mas- T. O. E. F. bed '.
to
.- ,100 and was then confined my to the .1. L Fuxnnt..Jerk 0 aaL eo.n
'e- e. tender thsmfc* publle forth *
Ur.:Rings were afterwards invented to denote PATTIRSOM & Kino,Burnt Fort ti,., The pJe pri. must be paid invaria for a week occasioned by s>.violent my bestowed hereby certify the above to he lw .opysta
the> perpetuity of his bonds as the slave who A.A. DiLoRW Darien,Ga. I' advance apof $ocompany the name aMP a regular f.ve sore.of long steading, p.tn 'r lib.ralpakouage respectfully htor Order made acI entered ofreees 1*:014.sUths4
J. had bij JHO. :. .k Co...Beaufort C. blr1 ,. leg. My physicians me to have the ic' etuo. 1M.ii ft.ApiJ A. -
.
ears bored was a servant forever. _. '" a.cbll Those who can,.in said Court __. _
L. BROWN Newnansville E.F. sent.All '- a lebt.t ... .
GEOKOI '
I Thus tea names shall be 'enti : only means w1e.ea D.1850. "
.!; ear-ring. were the badge of .slavery. W*. DELL, tled to p P *for one year.. lbIpf7.,,After using halt of the promptly and. : -Li WmrUl = enn'.t .. .- .

.-- : ID modern times they mean DO more than, A. WATBRKAS, OcsJs,E.F.,_ A..P. .Bom*,-- bottle the pain began&subside, and by the timeLbadu.dnearlythr. '. .May_t 1850. c tfI j 1&aD>. :.;, .w -
.
I E.F. able
PI'9b&hJy" that the peraon's J. W. PEARSON. Orange Springs, I was- totransact 1 I Y'
:'. % were slaves, or perchance that.the'progenitors A.UCKBAR & Co.,. King's,Ferry and Traders' JA lx.oaTX". my regular bW.. before I.b '. SJOfl-PR'TINo--; : .{ ::.. COVLEWIS: .EM SO't ct i -
;persons flu : '_ B.TTOOMBS, flubbed the fourth bottle. I wuaswell '. :GA "
I themselves V. D. C.
are the slaves of NEATLY AND EtPEDmOCUT: MICCTID Br'lf ,,
' \aniy. aDd luh- THOMAS VANCE.. .. J.-THOMPIOH. sound a*ever I bad been., ,1' have nobes1tatIon A 1Auul1950 r.. .-

ian---EzchaneFajer.! 51. Mary., G,., 'fs30, ., .tf WubpDa J'' :1' ;J b saylnfUs t Sands'Saruparills,was the means, ,THIOFFjCZ,.: :. : : :- :, ; '11','fI'III' .f'-- a'i1



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THE FLbtUDA one" '
:nEP.UBL1CAN, cost of thousand dollars., Te"h Wei* ;Madhofl'mn1eernnary, lIutun Lie -Insurance.ACEKCY A man by tbe MBM fI.CLAPP has cap jed wit* .

'1* rrJBliSHltD KTiiTTBTfSSDAT. I yand Fletcher arc of a goo for framing.The : FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON maa"of O Saws of 8. F.. TgwaseaeV'aaiue "
ATnTtllc iiT iu.r" "- jomoff :
the '
above plates cannot b purchased at : /.1ls 'L : '
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:.. COLUSftiUS. "'DREW.fcpon teedol W.''I.,'HAttTSOff, A:;.SI., A. JStvr"York-Life Insurance Company, :* 'IVItLIAB KEJJICAtfGH, tau Dr.T 1 n pwin noTOiAti 1IIt! U'OZ VrVLffX
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\ ii J .1t Set c/'Pla es/o.Club,1 5' a.. '* No. WdZthree4, o._ NZA&.WILLARD'5UOTEL, PE.T3STLVAX1A AVEJOTB, Orlfla,st' This Towuead It .aoetor ,sad .

t : TuJCI..'-,Three.- Dollan per annum, payable An entirely distinct offer from that abv leavIng mIS USTITUTON'der the Cars ot Mr. .Nw 'never was; buS is ilbrinerly? worker oa railroads ta-
'subscribers take their choice wide ; HARTSOW wee MOBRIS Continues to give his prompt attention.the arrangement .
to
Hno: dtle
,& ordering the Piperi Mr Fu.NlLI 1 ails sad the like,J' .auumH tie of Dr,fcf the
of the above offer ipened of, "on the second SPK.NCER and of before Con-
range premiums-either or the'recJt0 s.BZNEClVic Pt.Umt. prosecution claims of iiwllt for whAt he 111010 ,Tats
Pp. falulmj tot
: !-riptSoD3..1f bM TI& before the expiration those Monday fc> FLINT purpose *
we now ,
propose. .From of B l'lE5AN..tllr.Amou press or any of the Executive',Departments eavtloa the IIOt'lei be deceived aad,
a,knowledge Hartson's p1Ibtk pnrtluM
riandMit.
tf lie ywu-.aj*charftd; 84.AdvertitemenU Every member of a club, or,any subscriber in of Funds for losses, $2O6OO U I j
will U inserted at tbe following any other way, shall each,be. entitled to the four superior qualifications, as"weD as front the most Bal. of Premiums above investments,: 165,93767 il ims.ruin4 from,_the Revolutionary Florida, oat but the OC.Cftffj:ORIOOfJU. OLD Dr.JaootrTowatead's -

following beautiful scriptural plates: "Christ's ample and Mtsfatr testimonials of their former or Mexican wars; Invalid;Revolutionary, Half-- SarwpuBU-havlai on lithe, Old IVfeta'famVfr .

I' ,:. ratei 0.Dollar per equate (of twelve lines) for Rebuke/? Christ Weeping Over 'jerlem." success, th TrUtee' this*Seminary embrace From the'Mobiiflailg4dvertiser,-March 17;'47. I J pay, or Widows' ,PensionsNaval or Army; likeness !feces of arms and hI. ..1pGue'&croa. ,
j '1i and Seventy-Five Cents for subse- "The Two Mary at the the recommending the consideration -, -
: first every liverance of fit. Peter." .'opUoh, D of parents guardians t may be desirous LTiFK IsRAN-A practical illustration "of Bounty Land .or Scrip, tinder law ,of Feb. 11, the coat of&'\1I, '
Advertisers liberal aD
To t
n nt Insertion. yearly' a Premiums are only sent when. ; "of giving Baogbt or 1ard thorough the benefits of Life Insurance has recently been 847,or'August 10,1343; ; Arrearages of Pay and i'J > .

:! :; discount will.be made All transieat ..Advertise.ntaue.ptbyrengubnincarunmngaccount direct to the publisher. ,crpLons.ae'rtitt ,. and refined ; I furnished in this eity, in the ease of ou JeDtd! ).lileage:..duo returning Volunteers; Claims forlorses fl .' .
This ia located the late Edward.F. )j' U
.. ,immediate 'Wha
.. Book will several InstituUo Trinity felow-izn.the Tes. e-
T. 101-18 .ontD village Madison Court House, good time lat'year, efet lost and other Property destroyed; Expenses ., ,: ,
:, .,;. with the office) must to paid for previous to publi hunddgooeugarngs. sending Clubs will of the most delightful and beathytOWS in the an insurance on his life of $5.0 in i J incurred by Volunteers before being 'musered.and --.1.--- 1

.' = cation.Aeneas. Southern country, having high York Life Insurance (forerly"t oNautiu '
: oblige us very much by having them all addressedo received: into service Waggon-mas-
'r at a distant; : CAn govern their remit- one name. It is no inconvenience to them,and mora and intellectual culture equa to any in the ) of which Mr. James I terl"and Teamsters ;
'p States. Mr.,Test died very suddenly, claims; Marines', lailors'
will be favor to Unite city. ,
rates a great us.Premiumt .
faitecftr adT rtVing by the following .
". Institution the course of instruction -and the other day the amount for_which his life 'to.tta -, k. S' ., '
: Oa4 square (twelve lines) published sx; months to the towns fending the forges will be thorough;_ "lole': pupils will not be was insured, five thousand dollars, was promptly Having all tlA forms 'S.

r.- : $1'0 00 number of subscribers.The permitted to pass over any"study without an fnti paid over to his family by Mr. Mnndon. necessary for, a proper
: with ,This This circumstance requires no comment from us presentation of claims, together with the rules
acquaintance it. will be cfpeci-
: Two for six months, 1500 town sending as the largest number of mat
squares, mail subscribers for 1850 will be entitled to the case with the exceedingly important sub to give it due force. It speaks t every head of 0 and regulations governing the different Departments
Notices to debtors and creditors, 10 00 misunderstood,
ject of Mathematics, in the different family in a voice that cannot he is
Book for 1851 g.atis and the next in num prepared to undertake all claims of
Application letters administration, 5 00 Lad's subscriber ; which pupils will be .thoroughly drilled, and required and should not be disobeyed. The advantages of -
: : shall
receive of the what
one kind that '
any soever, the services 'I
'C t'or aaBonncenient: of candidates for office, 5 00 above plates. to give the reasons for each step in every tho system, its beneficent and happy results, wi may require
calculation. suggest themselves to the mind of every of an Agency at this place. ,

,: No ajuiom eement will be made unless the same Addr 113 Chcsnut L.street A. GODEY Philadelphia., ThcclosO in Music, Drawing,Painting, Wax and we trust induce hi to "go and do lkewis." Particular attention given to the proper settle-

1: b. aocenpenif d with the amount charged. jan 17-ly Workad Embroidery, will be under the immediate Certain it is, that prudent man, ba ment of Quartermasters' _

i.: Editorial!: notices for private benefit will be care of Mrs. Hartson; and,there is no institution family dependent upon him for support, will neglect accounts. \ S

the of North or South, where these branches ate. for a day the insurance of hs lfe. Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount
faaYfed: double rate advertising.Jteliciens :
:: SPLENDID ENGRAVING. taught more thoroughly or scientifically. claimed, and the extent of services required.All .

Obituary, and Marriage notices,will The strictest attention will be paid to the mora Annual Rates of Insurance of One Hundred communications, to insure insertion, must ..

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f bspiIlieIedgrati. and general deportment of the young \

CeBoiavaieaUoDS nut be pest paid. TiE SUBSCRIBERS ARE ROW PUBLISHING AN while,at the same time,every thing of I sectarian Dollars on a Single Life. be postpaid. dec 4-tf frincifal oL JM Jfuiam-il,Jft. Vork Oi*..

influence will be as carefully avoided. OLD DR 'IA{OB
\ \ .] : ELEGANT ENGRAVING 4 TOWNSEND..
z I The scholastic year often months is divided into li d 1 II 11 1B James W. Bryant
or the Death of the Rev. John TOE OKIGTVAt.
GQ DISCOVERER OF TO*
; COMPETITION ECLIPSED. Wesley. two sessions of five months each. The first session a a& e.
.L
e.
;. TEX AMERICAN PERIODICAL. EKGRATCD IN THE HIGHEST STYLE Of ART,, commenced on the second Monday in January P" !."* p..,.p &"< _," ,,.*0 ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Genuine T&vnsend Sarsaparilla.Old .

IT.NDAJD. BY JOHN SARTAIN ESQ and to end before the second Monday In June.The g -3 f 3 ri S 8 r-i _* ola fii3 Will attend to Professional business in the Courts Dr.Tow_ i !ROW about 70 yean .f$50, Lad
second to commence on the second Mondayin < td < s fur1 ha long been kno Grabazn's' 185O. AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING July, and end before the second Monday in 5 la i S' l n'n" of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal KKtR of the GVXVUfK ORlOlftAl TOITJf-

: Mf BEe, OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. December. Pupils can enter at ny time, and ao r.l0 a 0 a dO an Court for the Northern District of Florid SfJfD Z-IRSJirjniir." IDCpoor,he wwcom

i -- Among the good men who have will only be charged until the end f the term.- < < < < ALSO AGENTfor palled to limit Its tj. u4 7b. splendid number of"Graham's" for Jan- their lives in the many of spent Pupils derive grea advantage, hovcver,by"enter- b.eB kept ont of 'flMt.MAahc Wee elreomicrtbol M
tE tktn the whole by surprise service their Divine Master, the of the 14 72 b613 41 1 71SS33l general Business in the State, respecting thoM only who hid proved lu worth%aA bo wm tu
ha country few ever exerted a greater influence for good than ing at beginning ter.Y 15 83156 42183189340 value. It had reacjiot the ian of m.y,MvwtlMlMs,
: J' ,high a this.Magazine has always stood in did JOHN WESLEY. With high powers of intellect nung ladies pursuing the ful course will receive 16 7 90162 43 1 89192351 grants and donations of lands and the locationor as those persona wl4o Std been healed er tore d"--
.
4 .t literary excellence Mid pictoral beauty,in circulation he united a gentleness disposition which enabled diplomas or certificates of graduation. 17 8 91 16.5 44 .90 191 3 63 selling thereof. and saved from death pruclalm.d Its xeeUeace sad
for 1850
:. 4.i' reputation'it and more abundant bas won laurels already in the loud him, at the same time that he touched the COURSE OF STU'Y. 18 8 92 1 69 43 1 91 196 3 73 ALSO ACEST wonderfilIIF.4UNG POWER.Kaow1D1.
greener chords of the human heart
to convince the
.. praise which comet from every quarter of the tinder understanding of tho truth and importance, of the The course of study is divided in five classes. 20 19 91 90 94173 95177 47193109401 46192193387 for tho collection of Claims upon the United naxy irs'afo. that he had. by nb'fkUf.sctoBce .

Onwn' holy precepts of the Gospel which he The Stttdie of the Juvcnih Department, are and experience devised an article which wovld
:.: The Firtt Edition of Use January number is And when we take into consideration promulgated.that his Reading, Writing, tnd Mental Arith. 21 92 97182 48194202417 States for Military or other services, pensions, be of Ineslculnble,:.dTantite to mankiBd when the

exhausted, ample a our supply was manifold labours of usefulness Splng. 22 999 1 49193204449 supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or means would be fSmUJirl to bring It into VBlTcreal
ala extended to a period 23 97103193 50196209460 notice, when Its Ir. .tlmabl. virtue would be KBOWB.
to have been, and A SECOND EDITION of than half First Class-Reading, SpeQing, Modern Geography other lost for which tho United
touat' in The vast increase more a century-that during the 21 99107193 61197220475 property StatesIs and appreciated. This time has come, Ue mesas are.
tleganct it stow press. whole Grammar Writing,and Arithmetic.
:
}period an unerring course of rectitude was 23100112204 52202237490 liable. applied ; thli : :
: of Its heretofore Urlralelled list of subscribers manifested i his walk and conversation-we cease Second Class-Arithmetic concluded, Elementary 26107117211 63210259524 GRAND AND r.:4: uAi.Ls1) PRXfjlRjlTIOAI

S. enables the their to wonder the very high degree of estimation Botany, Modern Geography, with the use of 37112123217 61218289549 Address Jacksonville East Florida. manufactured {hi the largest scale and 1* called fri

$ readers a succession numbers of beauty and excellence with which his memory is cherished not only by the GloO. Parsing Exercises History of tbe 28 120 123 221 53 232 321 578 throughout the leD; 11 and breadth of Ibt land eipedally

such a can be.equalled by no periodical the members of the denomination, to the upbuild tatcs. Watts on the Mind, Rhetorical 291231&5231 56247356605 u it i*found incapable of degeneration or detenota

world. ing of which his untiring and Reading and Defining. Philip Frazcr, UmL' _
th exemplary
i energy Spelng.
57270420627
'. who have already seen the ..UinuarY.nnm. much Junior Geography of the S0131136236 ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR, Unlike young S-,Townsend't..it improves with a\
piety so contributed but tho AT LAW
", Tot assurances of its excellence; and for of by truly pious Heavens, '.tuits-Al"cbr3. Analytical Bota- 31 1 32 142 2 43 58 3 14 4 31 6 50 lad never changes, lot for the better; became it to we.

I& have net, we prefer affording the unprejudiced every st. the Poets Writing, 32133146250 69367463675 JACKSONVILLE TLA., pared an tettntiff fnnnplti by a lantiJU wun Tke
in
The
death Wesley was perfectly como ny, Parsing ,Reading,Essay -33134148257 6042.5491700 blhe.llino1l'lecI Cbemutry..aad the 4ateit lceverle -
and unsolicited lrais of others. The with the even rectitude of his protractrd life, and (daily,) Composition Writing.Senior 3112.5150261 61453508725 Will attend to any professional business entrusted *of the art, have aim been brought Into Sitiott ia

-. press from one cnd voice echoes the public is Logic, Intellectual it 1 iMetl known
pronouncing man The closing scene Trigonometr ( root to medicallDQ.gestates
t be tLc ablest:and most periodical life of this pnce.man is the ono oCbe. l'hios .Mora Philosophy, Natural Philosophy 36139157281 63490550785371431G3290 C150957181 and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. Ho has naav medicinal fniyertiei and come propertie whisk

has ver been:i issued in any cuntr.I' Claxtonhasso! happily chosen the ) Daily Essay Writing also such an advantageous connection with an are inert dr uuleifj and others which reulaed inpreparieg
suljccto
For ourselves, secure in the faith of our Tt his beautiful a Composition optona of Studies. 38 1 4S 170 3 05 65! 5 31 5 99 8 55 able it for eq., produce fentaOatttn sad ttU
painting faithful of which Reiew Lawyer at Washington
of subscribers, we laugh at, as well defy tbo in copy 39157176311 66550627895 city, as will ensurea which i II injurious t&the yitem. Some of the rope*-
a engraved
efforts ot around us. Every attempt an elegant manner, we have though! PRICES OF TUITION. 40169183320 67590 6 62 9 45 prompt and speedy collection of such claims as ties of Sanapanlla "are *o ttlattlt that they eafirely
puny competition would be
V to tealtho Lion's jfarb, by our imitator, a memento which thousands would wish Juvenile of 5 months $10 00 be placed in his hands against the evaporate and are toil lathe preparation,if they are Bet
to hate framed and hung up in the parlour. In Dparment. per sea. J. McROBKRT BAKER Agent. may United preserved by a icivjujie ynetti,known only to the**
which wouM be to 12 ,
produces a roar discomfitting order to enable such desire to do this to gratify First CIa' 0 States. experienced la Its B8I1Uf cuue. Moreover, the**9fU-
: any thing short of the most brazen pretensions. their desires Mr. Sartoin a who stands at the headof Second Class, I:( II. D. hOLLAND M. D., Sept. 1,1819ly.Spencer. pnneiplii,wliiclj Ufoll vapor, or a* an exhalation -
his Junior Studies, I I. 2() Medical Examiner. under heat, he ntntiat fudUtl .-'
KEW AKD PREMIUM.THK profession in the United States, been (O' arif very pr.p.ties
PJ.EDI ha Senior Studies I I of the root whiCh r. w it all Its valoe. ." -
engaged to engrave this elegant picture in his 210 Jacksonville, March 23, .. ly
Fins PRTEI a large and splendid best ttjle, and, relying Music on Piano, I 210 & Baker Any person can boU .r stew the root till they pC a
sneuotint, sze, making a most exquisite the has been upon an extensive patronage Use of I dark colored liquid.jwhlch I* more from the cotoncc

picture for parlor stlly. ia offered to any desire, it price need be without put s low that none who Insrument. I 1000 Jacksonville Female Institute., ATTORNEYS LAW, matter in the root tbjia from any thing else; they cia
The
$3 subscriber. Thn premium is far superior to i. Engraving is of then strata this inniVid or vapid liquid iweeua wts-,
I a large size, suitable framing, and will be : Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 100 Jacksonville, Fla., eon, molasses and fthen call it -SARSAFASJLLASXTRACT

.a any offered ele1'her. printed on the best quality of heavy plate paper, French, Spanish, and Italian, each, 0 THE Committee of Direction has adopted Will practice in the several Courts in or SYUy'P." But such i* not the article
the Eastern
that 23 00 term is thehighest regulations: known theGENUINE .:
; PUflUF.I CHOICE. very superior manner, each impression prc- It will be perceived per following as
For Thrte Dollar, in a'dvance' (tar money in seiting all the beauties of a first class proof, and price that can be charged for tuition in The Scholastic Year is to consist of four termsof Circuit of Florida;in the U. S.District Court, OLD bR. JACOB TOWNSENiyS.SAB5APABILLA. .

the from which it is,Remitted,) one cojy of will be furnished at the Literary and Scientific Branches, includingthe eleven weeks each. Northern District of Florida; the Supreme Courtat .
Stat. of Ancient Languages.The Orthography, Reading Writing, and Arithmc Tallahassee This i i. so preparad. that all the inert properties of the
( a copy a FOLLOWING CXCSUALLY LOW PRICES: ; and prosecute claims before Congress -
i
TIE Institution will be with Chcmicol tic, per term, $1. The above, with English Sarsapanlla root are ant removed every thins capable
S LARGE AND 'rUG nICT TRIKT, 1 Copy, $2 501 7 Copie, $120 and Philosorihical Aparatns supplied, and a well assorted Grammar and Geography, per term, 5. Ph and the Departments of tho Government at of becoming acid fermentation U extracted and-

by distinguished. cigravek: and which be 3 Copies, 6 001 I 13 Copies, 2 O Classical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Library. above with the higher branches of an English Washington.J. rejected; then tide medical virtue i II eeared
may History in a pure and 'Iir form; and thus it i*rendered
Geometry,
considered one of the beautiful specimens ot 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! education embracing Algebra \ BAKER.
mos N. B. Vocal Music tanght to all the pupils' natural, mental, and moral Philosophy, Botany S. SPEXCER incapable or IOS of its valuable and healing
art ever presented bar nyjinagazine this Is made the BMt.
J'ubUsher.- So that members congregations and other, without charge. Rhetoric, Sept. 6-tf properties. Prepar .y.ie
Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy,
beautiful
also
And a new an" powerful agent in ton
far framing, of a crcd Subject eJgra, fiabe I>y sending together and forming clubs,can obtain One-half terms ef tuition are considered due i Logic, and Evidences of Christianity, tier term,1! Cure innumerable diseases..

this most impressive picture at advance, or the whole at the middle of the ti. Each quarter to be paid to the I reasurer,- J.McROBEUT BAKER, Hence the reuoQ' "by we hear commendations _

.' UR1t THE .IOVR TO THE TOMB Only one dollar aud a half a !!! Scholars from abroad can obtai board either in advance. i JACKSONVILLE every tide la Its favot3 men.women,and childna.Wand
at $ heavy cost, as a tfY The Scholars will be under the careful instruction -' E. F., it wondersn the orCONSU.MPTIOYYSPEPS1.R.
preparad expressly, ind very the bed of the in the family of the Principal, private families doing ( cure
Premium (Gift to subscribers to Grahnm's nineteen Surrounding dying patriarch are in the town. of an experienced Female Teacher. CotzssIoNEa op DEEDS Alabama,Georgia, and LITER COMPLAINT -
figures, the r
Magazine. Or, if desired, we will furnish in lieu (of of whom representing accurate following persons R. W. PARRAMORE, President. Provision has boon made for instruction in La- South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia,Main and IB JR.H.EU.v..tTIUCROTUr.! .
many portraits are given ]: COSTirf&EIS.all COTJlJfEOCS XRUFTIOJVS
of tin French and and Music, P/LES
of either of the abovelrintsu complete our Painting Drawing,
.. mezzotint portraits of the Rev., from originals of great rarity.) W. A. BR1NSON, for which additional charges will be made. Pennsylvania Connecticut and Mississippi. PJMfLESt\BLOCTMKS\ ,and all aflwctieaaariftnE .
I. BUNTING : ::1
from
PEAIl ,
DCKINSX.Hev. The first term commences on the bth of October Jan. 1, 18.50. J
AMERICAN HEROES 01 THE LATE WAR WITH JOSEPH S. B. THOMAS, y IMPURITt OF THE BLOOD.

)tsico.I. Mrs. CHARLES WESLEY. D. II. MAY next. for admission to be made to It possesses a marrrltaM efficacy I.all conplaUt art
. Miss SAUAUEM.EV.. February 14, 1S50. Trustees. Applications are J. P. SA.VDEUSO.V silt from Ix&feitmVf-sm .IctJitytfUt Sttvut, froi.
. : j : For Fitt :, ."o Doj.hs for one year and Rev. THOMAS RAMU.V. the Committee of Direction.J. unequal circnlation.tIraiIaatioi of blood to the head.

I I topy of either of the Prints to each subscriber, Mrs. ESTHER AiROGERS.. M. DANIEL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, of the he* \\t,cold feet sad bands.toM shills

., For Ten Dollars, pre Cipies for one year, and Miss KITCIUK, Mrs. MORTIMER. Madison Male Academy. Dr. II. D. HOLLAND, removed hi$ office from Columbia and hot flaihes over e'body. U ha* not U* equal iani

: a copy of the Magnzne to the Postmaster or l.r- neve JAMES aerwad. A. M. REED, HAVING to Jacksonville, Duvul I CoUt and Cnghl\\ promotes easy '.zpictoftdenand
t son the Club. anit either of thc above Committee of D irtct ion. County, eentla penpua&i1 relaxing stricture of the tup.Ibroat
forming Master JAMES"HOER*, a child seven years of Exercises of till* Institution were respectfully informs his friends that ho has associated and every oiz, part.
set of Portraits to each subscriber. TiE
Prints, or a : Eleven for age, the owy person now lit ing who was then on the Second Monday cf January Rev. I. SWART, 7)ta81&1Cr. with him in the But'in nothing l*ltJ cUcelleaee more maoifetttv seen
occ of Law
For Iwtnty DofL"I Copies present.Rev. W, under the superintendence and direction of! Jacksonville July 7,1819. practice his; Vid acknowl dzed tMnm all kind and ttage ofFEMAteC
yean and a copyofetber of 4he Prints, or a st of JAMES brother S.V.. SASDERSOX.
COMPLAINTS.It
CEFIGJ' :Mr. B. Z. late graduate of Columbia -
'bl-ubscriber and of theMagazine GAULlEN
the Portraits to cat a copy Rev. : ATmn. College. of Mr. Gaulden's Mrs. A. 11. MAXEY The firm will be represented at each and every work wonders.J4 case of Ifu.r jSUna or ITkittt
to the Poctna3teror{ person Fending the ROBERT C. BEACKEXBURY. as a Teacher, derived from Falling.flkt fr,:. SmfprutU or fulfilMniet
capacity experienceand
Club, with a coi'y of Catb. of the large Prints as an Rey. JOHN BROADBENT. trial during the quarter of the last just firiAKES this method to announce to the pnbJL Term ofthe Circuit Court in the several Countiesof Irregularity( Lbs menstrual period. sad the

additional premium. Rev. THOMAS nROAD1E T. closed, aa well as from the most ample! and year satisfactory lie that she will keep open her Boardinghouse the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Hka; and i* a* effeeiAl ia curing all the tun otXtfpalpitatloa -

: '.Z* For tiie convenience f those forming Rev. GEORGE WHITFIELD.IJev. testimonials of former success, the Trustees Boarders during and for the toe winter accommodation for the reception of strangersor ol Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme sty By DUemte.removing obsl j{:cUrtBi and regulatiBg the genera

Clubs in connection with otle Publications JONATHAN EDMOVSOT, of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend travellers generally. Grateful for the very liberal Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St.Augustin system, it gives tone fund Strength to the whole body,
send ; JOHN HOBTOI, Esq., one of the Executors of it to the consideration of parents and guardianswho and thus cures all f rs of
'e till 1 i patronage hitherto extended to her, she will All business entrusted to their
Mr. '\'EqLEY'SVi. may be desirous of placing those under their care Nervous a$s and debility,
One of the and One of the Saturday efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her
copy Magazine Dr. Mr. WESLEY'S Physician in situation offering inducements oibralthfullueps pare no will receive prompt attention. and thus variety Gr.tUPlIIaladles
Pots for Four DMurt. \\'urruEAD charge 1 commodious and situated in prevent or1rel*n. a peat
boose is a pleasant
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Evening '
and Biographer. of location and high moral and in- as Sfimat rrriUiie*. Jftvttfi, ft "luDa
Address J. P.
& S. \V.
Two of the Post SAXDERSOI Jacksonville )
and for .
One of the Magazine) of the town.Jacksonville -
; A Medical Assistant to D. WmTIIEAD. tellectual culture inferior to no other in the Southern part Duval County florida. ," S.H1r.. ETIJ $ FiU. te.uLnsei. .e.
,
five Oct. 11,1349.MAGNOLIA It cleanse the blond excite the liver to healthy so-
Dolr. Students be at this
the j Magizine and Four of the Agents for the sale of this fine work of art, are country. may prepared Jan.
Tr Academy enter College the United Jacksonville 17, 1859.McQIJEEN tf tioa. tone* lbs ttom.-Afi.' and gives good dljettioa relieve
J for Ten Dc'tl. j wanted in every part tLcUnited States. For t any i the bowel of Wpat and eotnUpatloa allays teBammation. -

"'ou copies of and Two of the Post further particulars, address States. HOUSE, : .purifies ae skin, equalie the circulation
for Ten Dollars.l paiQ8, GLADDING & 111GG1NS, Publishers, The strictest attention will be paid to the moral ST. AUGUSTINE. McINTOSH .f the blood prodncink gentle 'warmth equally all ever

Six copies of the Magazine and Nine of the Fcst Methodic Book Store, No. 4 North Fourth deportment of the student both by the Trustees ATTORNEY A T LA.', the body. and the f&cniible penplratJoa; relaXes all
Street strictures and tlghtae removes all obstruction, sad
Philadelphia. and the is located within
far Twenty Dollars Teaher. mIllS well known establishment has oj WILL the Circuit i Is this thee
attend Courts in the Eastern iBTlgorate the enure rvon ayitcm. aol
This Elegant Engraving will be firrnrsbf the immediate vicinity of tbe village of Madh.onCourLHoue late undergone thorough repairs,and
.
GREAT OFFER TO TOWtfS. Circuit The medicine pre-eminently need!
United sou
wholesale and retail, by the Methodist Book Es in or near which good boardingmay "J is now reopened for the reception of com ; the States District Court at St.
The Post Office of|iny town in the Union,from tablebment. 200 Mulberry St., New York, and obtaine on most reasonable terms. The pany. Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Bat can any of toothings be said of S.P.Towuea.r.laCerIIr .

which"uh receirf i the greatest number of sub throughout the United States. year wi be divided into two sessions of The well earned reputation which this House and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of COMPARED article 1 Thtvonngman's,TfTTH THE liquid OLD 1*DRS mt te> be
agazine," during the The five months The first session .
has
I purchasers of this Engraving will eommencldon acquired, it is the intention of the present proprietor
year between January, 1850, and the bear in mind that this Plate has been please by the second Monday in January last, and will to sustain. Florida against the Government at Washington, leeanse of one GK.iw FACT,that the oil to IKCA

first January GrahW's Magazine t be mailed Mr. Sartain expressly for this engr\'ec, end before the second Monday in Juae. The pec- Every accommodation will be extended to either before Congress or at the Departments. ABLE of Dr1aIO'1A1ION.and

t such Pos subscribers through it) .the impressions wi therefore, be all of the first or- ond to commence on the second Monday in July guests. Invalids, travellers, and others, will find dCJ-: ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Florida. NEfEB SPOILS.
: Ih to |a continuance of the whole.ubr der, and not are taken from secondhand' and end on Friday before the second Monday in this house desirable. It is situated faoing the south while the other DOR ; tnmg ftrmntnf sjul Ut.-
subscriptions gr41uitoy. for ono year Plates."lama a' December,thus allowing 0 short vacation at the with dark piauas, 175 feet long, with court yardin May 2. 18.)0 tf nf the leWis eontaiB 'git Into fragments;the ion.MY
expiration ojf tr whch the subscriptions J1tit end of each session. udents wi bo required to tront,and protected from northeast winds. Tho liquid exploding and.-.' vinaglng other good! Slut sos
I l half the tuition for advance and this horrible compovf,I be polwmous to the systeal-
shall have a ,
>ecn
pay rooms are eligibly largo and the
situated airy,
DYING AND WAd I acid ntt t 'ttm tumtimtMttitl
a/rtady
SCOURINGESTABLISIIIUENT put
The Magazine wil} be pd. on, either to man,and deem nothing which relte. to the balance at tho end of the session. building fixtures,&c.,being new.The House,builtof What cause Dytpeprfe but acid 1 Do we not all bow

the subscribers'thtuiSfU, or to the agent through man foreign to my feelings." TUITION. wood, is lathed and plastered, &0. In a word, it : that when food lounfla our itomach.what mlif>Ue
SATES OF
,
whom we may reccivib the orders for quantities, is built expessly for the purpose. 73 it produces 1 flatuleaee. heartburn palpitatloa of the
Youth & Manhood. NO. YORK STREET
and to whom the package or packages may be directed Orthography) Reading, and Penmanship, With the many advantages combined, the present heart liver eomplalan dianhaa,dysentery colic sad
.' or t bot if there hould b both i the _j VIGOROUS LIFE, per $S proprietress, Mrs. Dais, assures those patronizing (REAR OF TIlE'COURT HOUSE,) corruption of the bk.o41' i What i* Bcrofula bat aa aiM
ORAPremature 0 humor in the body'hae produces all the huxme
same town, CAl may Ix.tt session------------ the house that her exertions will be to SAVANNAH GEO.
Death. which bring ea Erapi' >>**ef Skill Scald Head Bait
.' { Postage on aUJetter to b pre-paid. Adds History, Composition, and Elocution, 12 0 please. Very respectfully, Rheum, ,. SwellU.. Fever Bore*, sad

S 8AMUELt.PA'TERSON I CO. Algebra, Geometry, Plain and Spherical THE PROPRIETOR. ALEXANDER GAM.OAVAV, all ErpIpelu.1i I add external It i*nothing oa-
KINKELIN ON SELF
PRESERVATION.
Piae1r.h. Mensuration of Surfaces der subllaJ1ce which sad than
.
Trigonometr. S'! A ro 1T nn. Oct. 20. 1849. sours
I. Only 25 Cent D. Surveying, Navigation. RETURNS his thanks to bis friends for the spoil all the body more or lea*. What
has received since he commenced causes I or acid fluid which iarimuate
Sections, Differential and Integral
S GODITS.LADFS BOOK FOR 1850. r1his Eookjust published, is filled with useful Calculus Natural and Moral DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c. business in this city in 1832,and would state to his itself < Joint and elsewhere irritating

i 1t information, on the infirmities and diseasesof Astronomy Chemistry, Philosophy, friends,and the public generally, that during his and ftUklliih tissue upoa whisk It ,

..k Comparison betic&n Gcdey and lie other the Generative Organs. It addresses itself alogy, Geology, Rhetoric, Logic, Elements TO PhYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS, AND late visit to London and Scotland,he has acquired acts 1 So of *. impurity,of the blood, ;
alike to MANHOOD and AGE of deranged and nearly all the ail"ie.
YOUTIj COUNTRY nIEIICIIANTS.B .
various
I Philadelphia Mothie,. To all or suffer OLl dire of Criticism, Natural Theology, improvements connected with which afflict human Bture ,

,I 1849 <*. i: gave9l6 pages,which consequences of early prolonged indiscretions Evidences of Christianity, and Political R. J. N. KEELER & BRO. most respect DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING, Kow 1*It cot horriK > to Bake sad sell and tajlaitek;
1M 116 L the exhaustive effects Economy, 16 0 fully solicit attention. their fresh stock of vert*to use thIs ; <,
is one and more than the of L
other Philadelphia 14 gave 2S1 engravings t ry and baneful habits-to all who in sdent The Ancient Languages, 2 0 English French, German, and American Drugs which he trusts will enable him to give general SOURING FER&EENTINO, ACID "coif.
ontbl. satisfaction to all who
R. VV. PARRAMORE Medicines, Chemicals Paints Oils, Dye Stuns may please to favorhim! POUND" OfT 8. P. TOWNSEND
among twenty colored,andilnetythree declining physical energy,are the victims of nervous President.W. with their j :
Glassware, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, & patronage. and he would feln Sat*ltncder.toodthat Old Or.Xa
ru3Jpa-wklch is 136 more than and mental debility and of moping and melancholy A. BRINSON 0.- Ladies' silk and woolen Dresses yet
thkn Dr. K. Havirfe opened a New Store, No. 294 Market It Shawls &o., cobTownsend'*O.*i uflnfrmal XwxocnUaJsaa IM
..I. 4 one and 180 aor tbeotb'r. despndency. would say- I. BUNTING, with r'. fully supply of Fresh Drugs and Medi cleaned and dyed various colors, so as to give good ITATION of his lafe&jr prep ration 22
R\nk shall that
Godey'tJtdy't for I860 surpass RED TIS BOOL 8. B. THOMAS, cines, ire respectfully solicit country dealers to satisfaction. Table Covers cleaned or dyed as Heaven forbid that w e ahould deal la aa article wMtk
of 1849, and excecd all magazines, past, present, D. II. MAYS, ex- be T would bear the
requiredGentlemen's .
The and impressive warning it amin our stock before purchasing elsewhere may garmens renov.ted to S.p TDwa
s.ndth come. '. gives, will preventyears of misery and suffering, February 1., 1850. Trustees.. promi ing one and all who may feel disposed to, in the same good style aa formerly, 80 as not to be send' mrtidtt ; npoa the

'Ph Termt-Cash 11$ advance. postage paid. and save annually Thousands of Lives. exten to us their patronage, to sell them genuine surpassed by any done at the North, or dye4 as Old*Dr.from inch a lIIOIi&zau"embluce) *sad,erindaation -

r. .. MAGNIFICENT TD)' ESIVF PREMIUMS. Parents, by reading it, will lan how to preventthe Alachua County Tax Collector' Sale.BY Drug! and Medicines on as liberal terms as any may be required. Ladies' bonnets dyed black, have used tf. TTUG *COMFOUND. WB*.
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destruction of their other. louse in the city, and to faithfully execute cleaned, and pressed in a superior style. Ladies'and -r- -

Susie. to a tj/ui/ or single Subscribers, eq..A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a let- VIRTUE In allot1spatch.ers entrusted to us, promptly and with do- Gentlemen'. Kid Gloves cleaned after the We wish iv the alMAtf*trail,
different Engravings.f to DR. KINKELIN authority me by law vst most approved London fashion. thaI
may ds ter, addressed N. W. corner ed, 1 shall for sale, in front 8. P. Dr.Jacob Toira
Ono copy one three; dollars, with any two of.THIRD & UNION Street, between court-house door expose in tho town of Newnansville. One of the proprietors being a regular Physi- BIr. M. KIEL has been appointed Agent for send' lCUdentlb.lIMle epsit.out infinitely

of the following yea premum plates: "Death Spruce & Pine, PHILADELPHIA, will ensure a Monday, tho eighth day of July, A. .on cian, affords ample guarantee of the genuine the above establishment and will attend to the ditnmiltr; in ivory partkulax
so having not .
J. I' W. ; Preach book, under envelope, per return of mail.FIFTEEN much of the land ; the D.I8 quality of all articles sold at their establithment. reception and delivery oiwork in Jacksonville and A. S.P. and
&o&hy.Joh ownedjby < new was, IBchemist. cc>
Pt DaUed We respectfully invite the
Druggists and surrounding Terms
Amphitheatre; 'AmericaGuided YEARSof persons, vizs \ country country moderate. .BO no more of medicine
: ; by Wisdo*;" 'fOen. Taylor and Old extensive and uninterrupted I merchants, who may wish to become Agents for March 21, :. 3m .r disease than any &r eAmmon.uoscienlflc.TinprolBeilonalman -
in
Whitey;''"Likenete of the Rev. John Wesley;" this city rendered Dr. K.practice the pent So much of the land, bong| part of the Arrcdon "Dr. Heelers Celebrated Family Medicines," what ftu alfe tan the public have,thai

t I of his Co-labour, the Rev. John Fletcher:" and hav practitioner far and in the do Grant, and part of a tract of land known as (standard aud popular remedies,) to forward their NEW RESTORATIVE they are receiving a nulae scientific medicine, tea-
D. near, 20,000 acre tract, levied the address. Mining all the vlrtneiuf the article.vied la
two though engravings, we Lv's upon as prepartigtu
I t' count ,, atat treatment of all diseases:of;a private nature. ery.or Moses E. and others, trop Soliciting the patronage of Dealers, we BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD SALOON, sad which an IBeal e T changes which might rea
only one Lv respect
p, Persons afflicted with ld
& miU. mon upon the body, throat, day of sale. fully remain der them the AGEOT3 Disease Instead of health. .
I i .
Two copies for nv, and any two of the or legs, pains In the head or bones, mercurial J. N. &c. But what else shonl"b*expected Dom one wke kaowvBothing
above prints to eachUubttriber. rhematIs. strictures, gravel, disease arising ,80 much of a ,6,000 are tract of lnd, known KEELER & BRO., mIlE SUBSCRIBER has comparative!juof ibedlelae or 1Ilaeue It .

Five opie for tdol. and an extra copy of rota youthful excesses or impurities of the blood, a the Atkinson and Grant, between Wholesale Druggists, No. 294 Market St., .1. ,STREET North side Just opened, on BAY : quire a person of IOu eiferieaee to cook sad eerve.*
1 door from the
I the and a y t.o ofh. above engarg.to whereby the constitution become enfeebled, Newnansville and Santafeerver, and supposed t Sept.27-1y Philadelphia. Liberty street one corner neB a common dece!!MI. Hew mnch more tape
b a Bowuxe
UESTORATIVE
I '," tbe person agtt Cu". are all treated with success.He belong to John aia s much of ALLEY and BJLUARJJ tantls that the pen who maanActure aedtctae.
/ Eleven extra bind owned the Columbia County Tax Collector's SALOOX. The Establishment designed 'i f
by ot Clinch
an who places himself under the or Dr. K. estat adverse Sale., has been
sepT of the Hook: t.etYDolr1 a above engravings religiously confide in his cre grant, being limits of the Arredond .' fitted np entirely new, and is open WEAK STOlIACHsAirb XjrrXXXtXD STtTXUr.
may a gentleman for the
person the Club. hooor. Grant, and lying near. ., also virtue of the' reception of visitors at the usual hours. should know well thefoedttal properties of plaata, the
tending prairie vested.
L .th and confidently rely upon as.a physician. Pae' ; so BY power In me by law I sect manner ef ecurii| sad eoBcentratlng their keaHBC
Aay five dollars in much of the land owned, shall for TilE BAR ,
person eDg ane formerly represented expose sale in front of the Court virtue, also an extenige knowledge ef the vartoaial-
,5 .nbscriplion for 1851, will be entLd Od-: Persons at a distance may address Dr K. by S.D. or D. S. Corbitt, being part of A tract or House door, In the Town Alligator, on the'first Has supplied with the choicest liquors, and eases which affect tb*>aaaaa lyitem,aad, BOW la"pClemedie

lily four ott abovaograringg. by letter, (post-paid,) and be curd at home. land known as Levy'.80,0 acre tract; also leo Monday, in July next, the following described beverages to suit every palate will'bo prepared *to the diM 4S*1 3 "' .' S

; More ax4xot, PACKAGES of MEDICINES',. ton 2,township 11, range 19, Neton 14 township property, or so much thereof will pay the Stato with despatch. The delicacies of the season will It 1* tofrrest flaeat'4 Br*" the unfortBaate IOU

't'ea offers. TIONS'', &o., forwarded by sending a .DIEC, range 20, section l township range 21, and County tax due thereon for the year 1849, be ,at. all:times supplied. balm Into wounded hijjajitty. ,to kindle hope la the deinalring -
Tor doUarfcia&JUe.tn copies of the and put np secure from DAMAGE OR Cth.joiehlersNewi section 12, township 11 ; upon as and the necessary expenses Incident thereto;vii t 'The Bllllara Table bosom to r* Hr *'health and bloom aid vigor t
tot Into the unshed and M f 4 and to banish laflmlrt that
; 'A. Book will | copy of either of RIOSITY. the property of Isaac Frost; also section 16, township 140 acres first rate land, lying above the Town of Has been OLD DR. JACOB TIWNSBND: ha* 8OUG! -aid
th. .. magnlficofl prtnf* sent each subscri ( Agents Can 10, range 20., section 5, township 9,'range 19, Columbus, on the Siiwanneo River, Lots No. 1 Imported expressly for the House, and i POUND the opporronU f 11711*means to bring Ida v

t and A I t >. Lady't Book and anengraving yassers end all.others supplied,.wih Peda. above section 6, townshin9,range'19,'levied upon as the and 2, Section 7, Township 1, South of Range 12, India Is of the rubber most cushions.beautiful construction* with air, and- Grand Unit sat Concentrated

L I uiOf ding the Club. They work at.very low rates. property of Wm.Thorn, trustee; also so much or East; now or lately belonging( the estate of > Jttmedy ,. .

: ol& : i th the land,being' part of t Arondo grant,owned Thos. Livingston. deceased.. The.Howling Pins and Ball' wI JII.I1'rea.sad.j cbs kaowted$if ajf w-k.'aee*

'c4 ) pu of the by Mary F. Lewis, 'e H.Lewis, and ,.,. A, '.- T. WRIGHT; Are also just from the workman,'and every convenience .t,that they may lwr1ttd bow,by joytel experieaea,
llookand th W. .any of the above- NOTICE returned by George. M.Payne, agent for John U. SrufandEzOffido'TaxAu. for the entertainment and comfort of guests .* I

cr.U"" i.. heretofore existing be Lewis; sections pointed out on dayxtf tale; '1 so I and Jforf Columbia: County.. has been provided.Icordially.invltathepnblloto." : : : uTranscendepi orid'tc VHeaIJrrinclpal
: L Book Tho eopUfenhl mnoh of tho land, being part of the ArredondGrantowned Alligator April 4, 1850. :
.c & Boaborf '. dyi twentyfiveaHlfv edtbe'.eDuc of by tU'jfeiri'.ofJSathanIel 3m tablishment 'iall at thIs Es omcetSmainJ: N. 'rCilji;
t .: the" Jack onvill9 Hotel ", r'.under sections ont of gale Wel. assuring them:that I shall spare no .
,
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pointed day also Notice
; ;
.# Tb. above art parlor print. Th firm* "Bufflugton ,fc' Cox,"'is this of the land, being;paWof.theArredondo effort to oontribuU- ..to-their recreation. : For'saleby iJ; \ r 1'
::1 ( day 'a.I"of mutual>consent. ,The business Grt .w_ ETTER.OF ADMINISTRATONoD the : : GEORGE F.'SKltF. & '
'Dto.W g. ti 17prru .by:Henry G, Maranand.. sections "- FERNApEt B1SBFSE ,
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will oonttnna to conducted by SAUELBUF. one, day of sale-aa wllfpay for the State and U.4 Estate .otJohn George ,Ziru .,.deeaae(1 Jacksouvil1oJanuary 17, 1330. tf '. .... ". .

: tdns hundreds of cost one thousand F1NGTON.who U alone authorized to collect the County tax of Alachua for the year'1849together" having been granted to the subscriber by the Hon Straw t l,4dsc, ,il E n"e;

five' hundred dollars j tofotravo tt. "America debts of the laU firm,aad who will also attend (o .with the county< cm: taisalO. d Judge of Probate forMonroe County Fla.., all Panama: *andRias Hat( Aug. 23 :|
expenses attending < Bonnets : | ty"W
Bonnet Trimmings 1849.g|
; ;
;- byWjsdm"Ls( slog wr.J'I' engravQuided the settlement their joint outstanding acconnti. .. persons having claims'against said Estate are requested _,, r
and cost thoit and dollars SAMUEL to present Ie same according to Uw Stationery f every descriptionr I'" p -
or ,
'x> ragrae' o Gen* Tatlv.and Old Whitey" ,-.' ., JOELB.'SMt, the same, will be,barred.' A. general assortment:of Boots and Sboe$.- ;_: JOB ,DIN'J'J. ;,:; :!

Is one of the largest qph*Of neral Tylor prlt' PHILIP cox v -: 'Td Atutor rl :Co, NICHOLAS SMITII,4dns'r.< Just reeeJV' d,'aud. for. sale. at reduced prices at the flaTLY x1ricviLtuE TzD.'ATTJj'
C Kowi : '" store f WM. DEWEES. AND
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sad if argravtd Iro.a.in&t :'i! painting, .pr 18..1 ot' copy. I 'Jas'&tf Key West, March 20, 1850.-aprill"' 2m April 18. tf rici

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