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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 18, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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EXTRAORDINARY CONFESSION' ine the pockets, nor remove anything, ex college would be full of student and other I i ranch -hidulgd'- I ,have OV A -

OK 3 cept the watch. I saw that, or the chain of and a hour when I was most likely receive never acquired the control over APEAL, GEORGIA DE3XOCHAT. do its ltOtto cie country safely
passions The
. PROF. JOHJf \ :. WEBSTER'' it, hanging out. I took it and threw it over calls from other for that the that I ought to have my the Hon Ax H. CHAPPCXX, late through perils conflict. They

Murder of Doctor OFTg Ctoorg, *" ''I.Parkman til the bridge as I went to Cambridge. My hour just after the lecture, at which w persons i consequence is all auir. :early, a '_ Rpresentativ i Congress from, Gria are 'circumstances of tleJwjost 'cogent nature

S ';I 11! next move 'was to get the body into the having business with me or in my roms i :'''But you. notified Dr. Parkman meet h addressed a long and able letter a superdaded to onveyaI: duty as

THRILLING ACCOUNTOT" f ;, MUR- sink, which stands in the small private room; were always directed to call. ,. you at a certain: hour and told him number of leading in,Macon t in riot binding us by ragqtfy.te to be p -
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DER BY THE :MURDERER.BosTos&ly by setting the body partially erect againstthe I: looked into my room on Sunday afternoon would pay him, when yo h not the. reply to a communication from them tt bsa coacihat 4pirt this mat- 1
corner, and by getting up into the sink after the first visit of the officers. I money." asking They are circujJisWtti which not

: J, 1850. myself, I succeeded in drawing it up there.It took the pelvis and some of the limbs from "No," he replied. "I did not tell him I hs opinion upon the absorbing j 'subject ot only place our duty :As tot but our

At the meeting of the Goaacil ibis morn- was entirely dismembered It was quickly the upper well, and threw them into the would pay him and there la no :evidence slavery. Before proceeding to discuss 'the pint of honor as partie> la" :qda dici-

ing, the case of /;Prof. WeknL4 t was referredto done, as a 'work of terrible and desperate vault and privy. I took the thorax from the that I told him so, except my own words, various modes adjustment' before the on the side of dm $ c-
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a committee. .;''1i necessity. well below and packed it in the tea chest as spoken after his disappearance, and after I country, Mr.. Ch'appelb ably reviews the promis.Southern Democrats feel detffy Swsared t if
The only instrument used the knife found. had determined wflL jbjntj
was
My own has to take the
at-J2 impression that I
Before the committee : o'clock ground term
appeared found by the officers in the chest whichI this till paid him. cuss which have to the state ds to the dlsp '
present ssuDale
the Rev. Dr. Putnam, the spiritual tea was not done after the second visit Those words were of the miserab le" c1 study a
adviser of the condemned ? ith a petitionfor kept for cutting corks. I made no use of of the officers, which was on but tissue of falsehoods to which I bad been of things. He says review of cx4ek ymu: c
Tuesay ibis
the Turkish knife, as it was called at the Kingsly's testimony shows from the to conelusinn-a cotthsioa
"The
commutation of pnnieln&ent, together moment h annexation of Texas led to the Mexican but i
ben'to
an anticipation of-tbi-clear?
triaL That had conceal the voice
long been kept on my mantelpiece : been done sooner. The perforation of the homicide. 4
the
with a confession that be1, killed! Doctor h tought war, Mexican war resulted in the and the
Parkman. ) in Cambridge, as a curious orna thorax had been made by the knife. At the injuring Parkman." 1 acquisition! of New Mexico and California hir pnn"f Judgment of
ment. My daughters frequently cleaned: it ; time of removing the viscera, on Wednesday This and this ,
was acquisition
the rise
reverend
The gentUmaaj'jjprefaced; accompanied by the statement gave directly to the Turning J I'
I nosy
hence the marks of oil and whiting foundon I of
put on kindlings and made a fire in in which great territorial tIe'
statement by a feremar1j' relative to the Webster which now the
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explaii quarrel agitatesand
I peculiar position $
it. I had lately brought it into Bostonto the furnace below, having first poked down atempt. threatens j f Southern Democracy F
to the
as Union.- I
manner in which the confessions were madeto seeing for The annexation in
sending reference
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get the silver sheath repaired. While the ashes. Some of the limbs, I cannot remember wejood--a&d of of the with Mexico I th& great territorialcontroversyjet II
him. He stated that he' had no previous "inq&irin about gasses Tex wa and the ac-_ us for b *&ftiant
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acquaintanceship with Prof.,\Webster before dismembering the body, a stream of Cochituate which or how nuuy,were consumed fo tng** juii."ajiCT-leafliug"tne: Kaie- -- ..wAU-\nWlUl iiaa orthrhauoiiar icaW3 ) jlv.* tn --
water the sink, at tLat time. This the last I had to do Putnam were all emphatically Democratic 1 r
being called to act i io the of was running through was Dr. proceeded to argue as to measures ration to the same thing Upok the whole
capacity carrying off the blood in a pipe that passed! with the remains. The tin box its truthfulness They moreover, and eminently Democratic
his spiritual adviser. In the first few 'weeks was designed saying that it was made weret peculiarly party of the OK3ry! -the Southern 4
of his visits he sought down through the lower laboratory. There to receive the thorax, though I had not when tie writ of error was still pending.- measures of the Southern section of wing of it leading .l tifffljorthera; aiding
no
acktowledge-nent must have been leak in the for the concluded where I should the Also that Professor the Democratic party. It can be forgotten .
of the prisoner. At length oe the 23d of a pipe, finally put Websters estate w never and co-operating, to effeetu .the measures .1
May, he visited him, in iLi, cell, anJ demanded ceiling below was stained immediately box. The fish hooks, tied up as grapples worth several thousand dolars, and that he ; how loth oar Northern DemocraticTelhren which form the atieTw ad ns sources
; around it. There fire in the to be used for the were to launch the ,'
of him for his owa v ell-being, that was a burning were drawing up parts was rt in such a strait as such a countr on the |of this controversy. :**;
be should tell ,the truth in ttgard to the furnace of the lower laboratory. Littlefield the vault, whenever I should determine howto crime deliberately. stormy and uncertain ocean first of I The whole Democratic p 4! is, therefore,

matter, and he acceded to .tb request, by was mistaken in thinking there had never dispose of them, and get strings enough. The previous petition from Professor that series of measures ; nor how stoutly under social obligation, -d"dJh'sme in a
making the statement which wfxs$ now submitted been a fire there. He had probably never I had a confused double object in ordering Webster, protesting his innocence and prayin the whole body of Northern Whigs, fought greater de"ree than 0 see that the

for the conideratiprofthe Council.- kindled one, but I had done it myself seve- the box and makins the 'ffraonles. ; for absolute pardon, he said, was got up against it from first to last. The Northern country saner no othQV'rm the consequences .

It was in substance as foflot.:} $ : I ral times. I bad done it that day for the I had before intended to get such thingsto by fa's family, who were unwavering i in Democracy, however, yielded to the urgency of what they t.' The Democracy
., purpose of making oxygen gas. 1' send to Fayal-the box to hold the plants their lelief in his innocence, until his con- of their Southern political allies, and conquering of the North acjl 4f the South,
THE COXu1SST9N.tOn The head and viscera were put into that and other articles which I wished to protect fesio was communicated to them about a their own strong reluctance, embarked they united and acted toxet&r in achieving a

Friday, 20th November, l sent the note furnace that day, and the fuel heaped on. I from the-salt water and sea air, and the week since. He concluded in asserting the fully with us in support of the great the great measures \-iJ Meic

to Dr. Parkman, which, ft wppears, was I did not examine at night to see to what degree hooks to be used there in obtaining coralline belief that the confession was true. opening measure, the entering wedge of the and California: are r now infinitely -
carried by the boy, Mawelt! : I handed it they 'were consumed. Some of the extremities plants from the sea; it was this previously series-the annexation of Texas-a measure more bound to units aCfd work togethertosave

to Littlefield unsealed. It wai4 to ask Dr. were put in there, I believe, on that intended use of them that suggested andmixed IWbiter'a Petition for pardon. which was, undoulteJiy}', the potent, the country frotniths! ; disgrace adri.n 19.A

Parkman to call at my roonv, on Friday, day; the pelvis, and some of the limbs per- itself up with the idea of the other ap The following is a copy of the petition of productive cause, the proliiic! parent of all of being torn to jlefes; by intestine

the 22d,after my lecture. IU.. lad:: become, haps, were all put under the lid of the lecture plication. i I: doubt even now to which use Professor Webster, convicted of the murderof tat followed. They stoO by u throughout strife between the Nor& arid South about 1 1the

of late, very importunate for;<
bad threatened me with a rJt; to put an deep sink lined with lead. A stream of used the hooks at the time of the discovery. which he withdrew previous to the state the whole of that stupendous Yes! A deep, ineffably ds tace wi it,

officer in my house, and to '-ttve me from I Cochituate 'was turneJ into it and kept run The tan put into the tea chest was taken ment since made: series of measures, constituting a mass of indeed, be, to ; perpetuated

my professorship, if I di.l! noi pay him.- ning through it all Friday night; the thoraxwas :. from a barrel of it that had been in the labo- To his Excellency, Ceo W. and tote :achievement which raised the character of in hIstor writ1erlq'n a

The purport of my note ,'was* supply to ask put into a smaller well in the lower laboratory ratory for some time. Council of Brgg.f of Mas- our country prodigiously, both at home and party holing it hands tbtlsway of natonl -
the conference. I did iiot it\l!: him, in it, I which I filled \\"ith"ater and put The bag of tan brought in on Monday \ a 1Ionabe tL Slte abroad,* and justly filled the Democratic did by po4cy| jd s acquire -

what I could do. or wham hti Jo say about I in a quantity of pot ash, which I found not used nor intended to be used; it belongedto sachisets. party, and especially the Southern portionof imniensa territoriei fc i JtLe country,
the payment. I 'wishedlto ga.'jl, for those !' there. This disposition of the remains was ,I a quantity obtained by me a long time Having been convicted before the Supreme it, with boundless pride and exultation. and then nu-aaly proved jtse<| H neither
few days, a release! from his.solicitations, to not changed till after the visit of the officers ago, for experiments in tanning, and was Judicial!Court of the murder of Dr. Parkman, Being thus the originators and authors of able nor willing to prevent | b country II

which "I was liable every '4 tr, on occa- !; on Monday. Whpn the body bad been thus sent in by the family to get it out of the \oul most respectfully! and humbly peti- these measures, a heavy moral and politica from being dismembered aiki estmyed by

sions.! and 10. a manner nt*: disagreea-j: all disposed of, I cleared away all traces of i way; its being sent in just at that time was ycur excellency and the Honorable responsibility rests on the party, reason of a quarrel t of'the acquisition
ble and alarming, and also tpjjivert( for so j I what had been done. I think the stick with accidental I was not aware that I had put Council to permitted to declare, in the most and especially on Southern Democrats, in gro\rg}
long a time, at least, the falfilliint of recent i which the fatal blow had been struck proved : in the chest. The stick found in solemn manner, that I never entertained any relation to their consequences. If these Mr. Chappell next pnx'eefi' { 'speak of ..

threats of severe measures. iSfrd not eX-I| to be a piece of the stump of a large grapevine I the saucer of ink was for making coarse diagrams other thin the kindest feelings towards him, measures, or their consequences shall terminate Mr. t S
and I had inducement Compromise 5firfel he schemes I.
able fciw when inches in diameter and cloth. The bunch that never any to injure in the overthrow Clays
pect to be to pay : Friday say two two I cn of filed keys
should arrive. :My purpose'Vas\ : 0If he feet long. It was one of several pieces had been used long ago by me in fruit street, hin whom I had so long numbered of our great Republican Confederacy, deep and the Free Soikr3.j; l$I says : I-i

.. should accede to the rroppsed.';1nlerVle\v,to which I hal carried in from Cambridge long and thrown carelessly by into a drawer. among' my best friends. shame and accountability for the result must "If it fails, they mud nt-xstttjly triumph. f 4
state; to him my embarrassment? and utter before, for the purpose of showing the eflect I I never examined them, and do not know To hin who seeth in secret, and before under any lie at the door of If it succeed* Viey are a rceEifgdefeazed; 1

inability Jo pay him at nreseit-to apologize of certain chemical fluids in coloring wood, I whether they would fit any of the locks of whom I may ere long be called to appear, the Democratic party. But the case wi be and orert.?rorn.. Such is iie;j't.UQshu1-
for those things in mv caiduct which by being absorbed in the pores. The grape the college or not; if there were other keys would I appeal for the truth of which i now rendered still worse if that party, espe- ble alternative which the i s.spsents.

had offended him-to thrMv tslvself. upon vine being a very porous wood, was well i, fitting doors with 'which I had nothing to do, declare, and also for the truth of the solemn cially the Southern branch of it. shall fail to "Let us then look dispissi' ic&tely at that 1
indulgence I declaration, that I had n agency in placingthe exert itself with the utmost sincerity and in- bill. The undoubted excefe&eS' I
his mercy-to beg for future june and adapted to this purpose. I supposed they must have been all duplicates exalted
for the sake of my fsjnily, if not Another long stick had been used as intended or keys of former locks left there by remains of a human body in or under tenseness of patriotism to prevent these,their patriotism of it objec e4it:i al least t -

Tor myself, and to make akgoo'Ipromises: to and exhibited to the students. That the mechanics or janitor. I know nothing my room in the Medical College in Bs measures, from winding up in the dire ca a fair and lberal eain-it.brr i i .f...,
whom
I had used. I it into the about them and should ton, nor do I know by they of Disunion. condemned
him as could have any hppc keeping. one not been put I never be likely to notice tastrophe rejecte. i 1\\ \
I did not hear from him oa 'tfiat day nor fire. I took up the two notes either from i them amongst the multitude of placed. That i am the victim of circumstances These facts and views, gentlemen, do, in "It is Impoile appfeield, to deny

the next, (Wednesday,) hut j found on the table or the floor, I think the table, clcss i large and smal of all kinds, colected artice ir my or of a foul conspiracy, or of the attempt my opinion, powerfully concur with the that it is bi coitVnWinch that I
Thursday he had been abroad a pursuit of'' by where Dr. P. hal fallen. I seized an rooms. janitor had furished me witha oi some individual to cause suspicionto general obligations of pjtriotism, in sum good-and good of the very" highest kind.-

me without finding me. imagined he had I old metallic pen lying on the table, dashedit I key to the dissecting room, for the admission -' fall upon me, influenced perhaps by the moning Southern Democrats, in a most It is equally impossible to tezthit it will ,

forgotten the appointment, or :else did not across the face and through the signatures, t of medical friends visiting the college, prospect of obtaining a large with icvrard.the dreadful stringent and special manner, to the rescue prevent much that is evil,' a4i evil of the
mean to wait for me. 1 feared he would 'I and put them in my pocket. I do not know but I had never used it. When first charged of their count from the dangers of the very worst kind." f, r, I -

come in upon me at myjjectftfe; hour, or I i, why I did this rather than put them in the I The nitric acid on the stairs was not used crime, I did not publish to the world explanation a or their
; own bringing
while I was preparing my experiments: for fire, for I had not considered for a moment to rom -. -'- -f iiwJ, i/ut naa Croppedby of the nt m.V" inocence., tnilins'any tn iisin own or the ation-f Soatlicin Democrats who of the menu 01 ..s4..4.a :jjjan,- me
it therefore called his that I wtkt oflLtt citbar mode of diepos'mjof them \ accident. When the officers vailed (VI It: was fore convicjicid'joa t S.,
; at # hojike on suspicion on me, solely in consequence of the annexation of Texas a* result of which is the i his part
morning, (Friday,) between! 'CJsht; or nine would have on the mortgage, or my inde.b-ted-j me on Friday, the 30th, I was in doubt whe- entire of the cas. I ought to the unwilling a leading of party the that the South should act4nI :
him of' Ish to I Dr. P. and the other Inter-- ther I was under arrest, whether a more ignorance measure on Democracy f Xougb fc
o'clock, to remind my ;"; see ness to persons adopt an implicit reliance in the calmer North. It was: the Southern Democrats, long an advocate of the Mii >ti ,
him at the College at hajfpaifc: onemy ested, and I had not yet given; a single' strict search of my rooms was to be had, the judgment of others. I had, however, prepared likewise, who, for the sake of the annexa- warmly in favour of taking1.;! leJAjastment of

lecture closing at one. I ;jdid. tfot f-top to thought! to the question as to what account II I latter hypothesis being hardly less appalling for publication; a document to that effect tion of Texas, more than for other rea the Committee of Thirteen #i.tf.proper modi. 0'. .
talk with him for I expec'ed should of the or result of than the former. When I found that we al
th4 conversa- give object my but as there was a strong dispositionfrom together, presented ever-to-be- fications. Believing this jjc ij la the-proper
knd hod lecture with Dr. Parkman. I never saw went over Cragies' bridge, I thought the arrest ; sons put .
tion would be interview
a long one my I the first to misinterpret my every look, James K. Polk to the rather reluc policy for the South and foa'soiubero Demo ,
to prepare for, for it wa necessary for I the sledge hammer spoken of by Littlefield, most probable. When I found that the action and expression, it was deemed more 'honore of their Northern political crats, he goes on to say: !t'i t ,l ,.
me to have my time, and, also: to ke p my never knew of its existence, or at least I carriage was stopping at the jail, I was sure advisable for to and maintain acceptance "We to\bse'Ki: S
me preserve for the must order to ,
: brethren
a pursue
mind free from other exciting m .tters. Dr. have no recollection of it. I left the college of my fate. Before leaving the carriage I as Presidency.- avoid t"i dirat: action
silence. the sake and under contributing
It for on
Parkman agreed to call! on me as-1; proposed.He to go home as late as 6 o'clock. I collected took a dose of strychnine from my pocketand with no was the admro-idii A- ,'?
The document of the Southern that their Northern our pait to California
it. I had it in the was thereore Democracy present
came, accordingly: between half past myself as well as I could, that I mightmeet swallowed prepared .
struggle on part brethren and triumphantly as a measure vvijh er constitutional -
my generously accepted separate
one and two o'clock, entering at the l lecture my family and others with composure.On shape of a pill before I left my laboratory on arrest, means inhibition of $'
both
sustained the and slavery,
Immediately upon my measure contributingalso
id' the college the 23d. I [ could not to survive ever
at -
room door. I was engagM i removingsome Saturday I visited my rooms thought
;
the the future successive} acniissions
most
was resorted to, appearances the man. And to crown all, it was a South 01
glasses from lectui room table into but made no change in the disposition detection. I thought it was a large
my I. in laboratory, and insignificant Democratic Administration thus broughtinto New Mexico aJ Utah with'lkiantiaaveryconstitutions. | !
the room in the rear, died the upper laboratory. of the remains, and laid no plans: as: to my dose. The state of my nervous system, probably my add to the and ern ;
circumstances, to suspicions i by the behest of the Southern :
defeated the action The power ;
He came rapidly down the step, future course. partially. them to disadvantage.I i and "We must C we shall
to my Democratic zealously supportedby pursue tl&Z
and followed me into the laboratory. He On Saturday evening I read the notice in effects of the poison were beyond de pervert now pray your Honors that the evidence. that par all its policy and measuresit make ourselves partakers J'I': o great political
party
immediately addressed: me v.ith great energy the Transcript respecting his disappearance. scription ; it was in operation at the college, be received by you, and that the testi- such an Administration that introduced crime of withholding the and protection I
-"Are ready f& me, sir '{ Have I was then deeply impressed with the neces- and before I went there, but most severely may \Ta
you you mony of my wife may be heard and received. the country into the Mexican War, : of Civil Government/rc a,the people
got the money !" :, sity of immediately taking some ground as afterwards.- .-. and -alto my own statement and explanations and to which all the glories and responsibilities of New Mexico and Utah u'tilenra henc
I replied No, Dr. Parkman," and was to the character of my interview with Dr. I wrote but one of the anonymous letters repeating in the most solemn and pos of that war and of the they shall be prepared for almpaion
then tot state condition: and P., for I saw that it must become known produced at the trial-the one mailed at acquirementof b
beginning my itive manner, and under the fullest sense of New Mexico and California, rightfully actually admitted as States tcin. he Union.
appeal to him, but he would not listen tome that I had had such an interview, as I had Eat Cambridge. The little bundles referredto responsibilities as a man and a Christian, and must forever cling. The Southern GJ must pursue this co4seor we shall
and interrupted me with much vehe- appointed it first by an unsealed note on in the letter detained by the jailor, contained my innocent of this belong, be of a and i ii eplable crime
failed
that I am wholly have nct exultingly
mence. He called me a scoundrel and liar, I Tuesday. and on Friday had myself calledat only a bottle of nitric aciJ, for domestic the truth of which Vie & & cge al h.t to claim Democracy and enjoy their full share of these "nt the gt herself-p-t er crane of
and went on heaping on me the jnost bitter i his house in open day,and ratified the arrangement use. 1 had seen it stated in a newspaper is a witness. o clustering glories. They are far too keeping New Mexico and Ih'without( organization -

taunts and opprobious epithets. While he and had there been seen and had that I bad purchased a quantity of oxalic I would humbly and respectfully pray,that and just to disavow or m.nnimous or gonrment i ifi ordtr.to serve

was speaking he drew a handfulof papers probably been overheard by the man servant, ac.d, which it was presumed was to be used the privilege I have asked may be granted.I the heavy attendant resorisibiIities.Amon" dIregrd a extensive Srtiliwri and Abolitionism
from his pocket and took from atnoii them and I knew not by how many persons. Dr. in removing blood stains. wish the parcelto do this under the full belief that the testi- these responsibilities it was clearlyseen in the North, for vtic to me.-

my two notes, and also an old;;jtetter from P. might have been seen entering my roo.ns, be kept untouched, that it may be shown, and explanations I may and would and acknowledged before that By means of the agitation 0 tops kept, bp, Ab-

Dr. Ho:ack, written many j ear:!$! hgo, congratulating or how many persons he might have told by if there should be occasion, what it reallywas now mony offer, are such as will disprove many the heaviest, most difficult and fearful had would oltioniaJ Free Soilism wHljtkpidlygrovr

him on his success getting{ me the way where he was going-the interview that I hal purchased. I have drawnup things and impair greatly the evidenceof be the settling of the strong ctiual conflict sprea. O.l friends thijNqrth will
the very
appointed professor of chemistry "You would in all probability be known, and I in separate papers an explanation of at least two witnesses, and peace in their between the North and which it | be cut to a mere corpor4Ti $if In
see," he said, "! got you into your office, must be ready to explain it. The questions use I intended to make of the blood sent for true I light; circumstances IIOW obscure. was would Sout up out of the dee there shall be a man left j!: the

and now I will get you outof: it," He put exercised me much, but on Sunday my course on Thursday the 22J inst., and of the conversation In the state of mind in which I was silence question\ell fno\v or disallowing slaveryin of their fate, and heap. >ninbg* reproaches

back into his pocket all the pape rs: except 'was taken. I would go into Boston, anJ be with Litflefield about the dissectingvault. was constantly urged upon me, and I the territory that might be acquired from upon us for having t\&at\ t

the letter and the notes. 1 I cannot tell how the fist to declare myself the person, as yet' I' complied more strictly, perhaps, than I oughtto Mexico, by means of the war. With this it. r 1! ; '
long the torrent of threat andHDVtctives unknown, with whom Dr. Parkman had I think that Pettee, in his testimony at the nave done. Every method of poison conflict in full and certain prospect beforeits "We must pursue this eouritjtTfis Just shut i*
continued and I cannot ecall1o made the take the trial too strongly words having the this vast territorial ,
memory appointment. I would put my the mind, of exciting pjudic andTith the weighty responsibility up arena van 0
ing public
buta small portion of what!"he.said! ; at firstI ground that I had invited him to the collegeto Settled with Dr. P. Whatever 1 did say ot against me, was resorted to ; falsehoods, eyes of settling it al full view, the Southern tage-ground of Anti-slavery; ''Agitation, or

kept interposing, trying to p&city him, so pay him money, and that I bad paid it the kind, was in the hope I entertained thatI imputitaons and fabrications were daily diffused Democratic party persevered-properly and the k the Union is c'reatiy' :'sounded

that 1 might obtain the object for winch I Accordingly I fixed upon the cum, by taking should be able to pacify Dr. P.O and make and I soon perceived that the contradiction patriotically persevered aJvocating and and its funeral l'rSO wHl !ps seen distinctly
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Bought the interview, but I could ,uot stop the small note and adding interest, which it some arrangement with him, and was' said in of one would lead to others and that the war and war measures, and shadowed for in the liiig lihcs i of

him, and soon my own temper wf& up; 1 appears I cast erroneously.If order to quiet Pettee, who was becomingrestive the refutation of them all \, ai end- supporting insisting on a large cession! of Geographical P wiif! emerge Appallingly

forget every: thing! and feltnohir. g but the I had thought of this course earlier, I under the solicitations of Dr. P. less task.. I therefore submitted in silence from Mexico, as the condition tertlr to view, in the next P si4euti* Election.

sting of his words. (\ should not have deposited Pettee's check for After Dr. Webster stated most of the anl resignation-- believing that the time must peace should be made. The result was '; I'
I was excited to the highest:; degree of $90 00 in the Charles River Bank on Sun- ha this arrive when he who' bringeth light made to coincide with their desires. We "S\elmocras are, in:an: q

passion, and while he wan (\paing and day, but should have suppressed it, as goingso facts recorded above on the 23d May, out frbortly of darkness would cause the truth to appear became, by means of the treaty that closed mannr, pursue this &ur&

gesticulating in the most violent aril menacing far to make up the sum which I was to question, with all the earnestness, solemnity and my innocence be made manifest to' the war, masters of New Mexico and Cali the magnificent territorial aa tsKions which
manner, thrusting the I lejtterand: his fist have professed to have paid the day before, and authority of tone that Dr. Putnam was all. fornia. they had so prominent a part5a jnaicihg for

into my face, in my fury I seized whatever and which Pettee knew i I: had by me at the master of, was addressed him : Had I previously been aware of the use And now in vieW of these facts, and this their countr may not becnm$,' byj J tbeir
alin
thing was handiest (it was r.sdcf; : f wood,) hour of interview. It bad not occurred tome that to be made of some circumstances undeniable histor of the case, a solemn fault present crisis, le'r-- ;
and dealt him an instantaneous NOW with "Dr. Webster, in all probability your was cause of their coantry"s ruin &n | an eernaL
that I should ever show the notes can- unjust and erroneous me to address to
I. trial, to give an question itl
all the force that passion could give fit. I celled in proof of it, or I should have destroyed days are numbered ; you cannot, you care on my if I should have Southern sems Democrat. It is this I it monument of their delinquent; aJad shjune.j ." pj

did not know, or think, orr'carej: j where I the large note, and let it be inferred not speak falsely tome now; you must impression been provided unexplained to explain most eve with honor, with justice and patriotism .!"iiOner.
should hit him, nor how hard;= the die with a lie in your mouth; s prove to SPANISH ISSOLESCI-The Gtn.
nor'what that it was gone with the missing man andI satisfactorily. Some of the statements, references for Southern Democrats now to .
effect would be. It was othozjleof the should only have kept the smatronewhicbwas yoursl that your repentence for the sins of and circumstances, however, could take an extreme stand, and to say that this Taylor, Captain WJIGE fM.C. .
head, and there was nothiie to' break the all that I could pretend to have paid. your past life is sincere-tell me the truth, be fully ,or disproved-unfortunately dangerous conflict which have been bound to Turks 1' pat!pot i U
they
not explained '
force of the blow. He feUjinstaatly, i upon i My single thought: was concealment and then-.i confidence to be kept sacred during I could not mysel of. the proofto thus largely instrment in bringing about, to this'pr yesterday for wate ':* 6la. j'
the pavement There was ftp iecond Mow ; safety. Every thing else was incidental to your lifetime, and as much longer as my regard do it. shall never except on terms of states that wben1] f p .
he did not more. I stoobedj down for the happiness of your family shall 4 with tome, he was boarded by a Snantah ; -
over that. I was in no state to consider my ulterior In this review of my case, your Honor their own dictation 1 I it consistent -
him, mod he seemed to be 134le8& Blood pecuniary interest. Money, though I seem to me to require, and the interest ,of will I find sufficient reasons for reversing honor, with justice, for themto war, (name'not* given,) wbosa atontniander '. .
from his mouth and truth and justice to Search to the trst : the ptrots of sent aboard two and cghI. men, who ,
flowed permit.
i'gojt a sponge ., needed it so much, was of no accouut with of the court, and for take,a stand against ofcr : '
and wiped it away. I got {some, ammonia me in that condition of mind. bottom of your heart for the history of your interposition of The knowledge of this for them even to take their searched the thoroug1Y"Jad; insolently '

and applied it to his nose, bat without effect. If I had designed and premeditated the motives, and tell me, before God,did it never. feelings and merr., habits, of my various conc-i on certain particular terms demanded bis : pa .-. ., .
Perhaps! I spent 10 minutes! in .tempts to homicide of Dr. Parkman, in order to get the occur to you, before the decease of Dr. Parkman my. and occupations n both before of compromi and proclaim tht "t\e a per not being satisfied with th*rpor it engagements its a
resuscitate him but I found} jbe, was absolutely possession of the notes and cancel my debt, that his death, if you could bring to and after disappearance of Dr. Parkman, le w""il ,. o to far in Us teCptn. gave.. The schdoMTvTfM
dead. In my home,tjjd consternation I not only should not have deposited Pettee's pass, would be of great advantage to you; have from ,the first;., been sufficient assurances gla peerless Union, Il bt boU company Wit' the brig Nevtus of YrT.Mass. ,
him ti
I ran instinctively lo4lie: Dpors and check the next day, but should have made i or a leas that personaHnjury to might to my afflicted family of my innocence.. Lt.every Mansaaelk\i< 1
bolted them, the doors of tBc lecture: room some show of getting and having the money possibly the result of your expected con. And now that their>trust in him"who b these q and answer them In his own Boston This brig was also t -rS'R21t

\ and of the laboratory below. And then the morning before. I should have drawn ference with him ?, As I dying and man, I sustained,both them and me in our days ad bear uesonlt and if the rspns nit. ''!'gg,. It.,h. .

" ..what... I to do 7 IineverocththdWme1o : my money from the bank, and taken occasion charge you to answer me truly exactly, nights of sorrow and has been shaken not be in fule unison I
go out and declare what :!had ea done, to mention to the cashier that I had a or else be eilent--had you not- SUCh ,a: bv. the' unlocked sneS of-'my. tria' sha iusce I _will_confess The correspondent of--l! J ha.ft lilt .

. and obtain .stin e. I sswrjccithing! bat um to make. up on that day for Dr. Parkman thought, they--- would" pray.to be permitted- to unit uJOc p ly mistaken in the character Courwrsays: ;vi

the alternative of a successful csorjement and ,and the same to Hn.chn, when I "No: never," said he, with ener and me, their sole earthly,dependent, m, this ,pe. and tone of political party withwhich: I Mr. Clay i is evdenl Ja;'* 'a _

loncealoect: of the body oaj;:.&e| fejne band, borrowed the$10.: I remaiked feeling, "as I'lire, ad as God witness .tition, believing that ,your Excellency and am nne' ,For mysf I have no hesitation het and :many.continUe h'rD bslaho- _
and of infamy and destraeticii pa pie other t Iwasmnchsbortof a sum that I w never! .I' was no, more capable: of :the" Honorable Council will find snnicient cnvicn Iag. '. .
.1'
r...Tbe first thing I did as scifca fjcould; do pay Pk. I borrowed the money such a, thouh than one. of my innocent I grounds for granting to me'a prdon. a.that the above noticed I foul duties of the'
:anything,. was to draw tbl Mjdjj; into the mre pocket mosey or the children. Devr bad the remotst idea of 1 of,restorineto them their i Southern Democratic agency and instrumentality S The flu ,hours, tg' tt' i'iotcohisIonge4 .

private room adjoining, wWre: \ tpok off they I day if I had intended the hc of Dr. injuring Dr. P..until the blow for"-which,Xmost respectfully, .and humbly, infringing about the events and state tedious discossioiv; ". .

; clothes, and began putting Mem/into: the P..1' should lo have made th appointment 'Dr.:,P,,'was 'extremely sver ra'. .' '1 of things oat ofwhch te"prent trt unfreqoent: personal the ot *"e catrixry.

?: ,:firewhicb was burning_inj!lb4 tipper laboratory wit him twic each 1 open a and sharp.- the most provoking',of ; (Signed), .'JoraWiWiCBSTJa: } ing sectional ba sprung- ,lay p anxiety the astto weight",bf'c ao1. 1 l |W5l!" .-S ___
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;, They were .all contained.here that persons would almost certainly I a irritable and passionate.' W application of cb, culiar and extraordinary' wel"h" J '. .'
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'' afternoon: .w th, papers, packet book,.and knowofit; and should not have invited hde and' brief ,violence of temper' haS Jane.5- 'tdWop, "r ; S \ tion on the,Southern. ie party,;to bne .. .dow ': .S, '.: li ,' -" ,
contained I kot boor when of"tny lifeI, was an ., : li f :'.X. : _
irhatcTcr! they ? J4id exam- him to my. rooms at an .- te< ben besetting, .S "' i..i -1. '< r .I,; !:, *,'_. \.A

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citizens of t Levy cq4> 5tivefied| t io celei i: I s 5btothing ,;

brate the IVnniversaryMf -
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: on the 4th.instant. E. CRflh1GTON 1C11LC 'purposes, :would beprbbablpntroaucedintq | -!EMeilean war, sefcnS t
t thC' iternlqriW acquired fix 'SIexJcOi in! in;>'course of ;active'ho3tiiitieScItbW bmmittee, bill. lie gave way 16 fiRi JtfiitnfthT&U&aodI : $ LG at N W.bt .

L. Mocrej etCT H, Davis, w atstlkthe '
;ilfsnJarijjn Brinva'jl accordance withtheso1ution: adoped tea S -S pevle of bb1New Meieo -and : was Succeeded by Mr.: ButrSf and about $ oon: b.ndsSS
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\ Esq. -filQbtij t the >Vfug.Meeting held in i JacksMlTe, witii'at least double".e! p rbfilTto tne AW erl it e t3 1 *Q.sz.gtzj333.'Lwas :.renewed po thelwas ?

; O u thc'fitbf Jffne a MassMengbI ihe 'brolcen'.offnenf -' aiii S : ; :
?! r appointed Pre t a1 bey iiow eld rnanf St.t dtecrr ited7 5i : eflC

'. !tdflti.UEL! : OWpti $ President S{County wUlbe.held at,GraveilyHiilsbn.1h\e; \ | m&da 4te ptto1rant&11btrOregondwio4be' of the' approaching.dtabJEniiois"of the I I6flEr A block of qaajtz. V

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i Deatrnnof incn k zb1y fj Q1UtO hrej dollats pjfa., ..Doietose i ade $9op5ilc-n bet4nQ11)p .' -'' f'i'SJLf iJU xTj.iik i.i'.la

: ( |ltjdi$j hoped ibefa'M'JU.bdanieof un. Srvantswld.rudt1y commandn The accounts,fromae raises are more fa*

.tfiatheitsua ; | ;, Jtkttvoters >fthe: :' hot jSt6T : flrs far M iicad.'teTritcfry '* Mfij? <#ii ?r roueba v orab rei1ied byecaveies

nuct occasions, the fo4Kft; regular toasts ;|dllt ntt gf th county;: Barbecue wiluiwav'exaltVd .be 1aqr4s1avpp? 9 Hi.r.'Wsi nriduHce'Brenfoltfe* campdtraKilr% tti& ( t. .. V

-f n 5M iia* sn T' f At amVai'Jatc4Hea4quartrs I f baeyet1ns4; etentrn,
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were given": ff J5T S-riqT,3a; ,U PL g iUXrw Wvi*
I i /,'HiH -. ;vrt= / S pu1'cha&thedreedorn& liei inshat Q1 Iawi9> ,tadyj5rs t9jtbfpaynKnt fjatMes& by.'expressed 2 tWejt4cfa
Ith, .? .. SD., Q.TU1SPRRSWENTSQIE .fr ::. -4L4: -t'1 'ku -,
: 4 S tbS Lettlea far ii"c6ht a3AntbniO cae.t4tb: t hiaier:5e
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1 | ae- itea'tV thevinUtTite"levelte'r' has &iI ce ; S5 T Tht'p1aye 5tt'1 o4iiJef T bid ';cai 'sfoiriTrth 'dTsDb ble d'jtoshiJnge Dft tabJ4Ithin thti f'rauoiC
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i> 0pr' coull' wi cTaiT |wf frpiA the tkies! hiithkft : ad ; Shincl retttoiirMr K$3OOOOOO.tIth4at .
sp/d
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*. Wavr-eippeit. .(3.4h is.) c kthedia onr an eti&n-bonor the 4 S

I Sfil" iop.inay.1Jiey ** in" the gift'of''the'Amencaftfpeople As to Ca1ifoina, IL rTh4rttrn tliits ; seal companies'of: Te.taVanges ctiel andthat:: itpi4b: nbtte ..Vfad."feffb t I icr1

[i eeflrith zo' IY1 4st blossoms' (31 -renown won by s'1f-scrificTh'M- 4ges 1 1siays ei5p1oyeings t >hble to.'be wmmantded'by.B'reve'tLti; 5 Obf58t:
A&a-Je garat ? Ihe vrorld. (t. tI4re Anti a1oo& tiqi ] tle foregersd3inetle
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'eeri !; It* cbintry-in'the !tented e1d,J mltithedfschargV'bf e1.ompa S' .5 ''J .-Sotecoi9ito88
5 b i&ae.' would] bat'ecom in ndeth cjn t iaiejmrnediate pyepaiatns oriiyp bb4j'ihI.darIng tbd5
"SthV: "dmleSi we t-ia1 < ivided, w& fall]. rhqre .e artyd/fcfviV.dd'jies'icra/ 1,
(6diecMK. |f; f : I 5 wh: jcE; the recipient\vas.caliei by>a grate fill C aliforiadunthe. past year frotn'eTgb'tjto ser ke until;;iW country'-ia' cleared:'of! the v an ;anthnet ;that he'1cffo

: : ; ..1J'oi1TAfi..' r/i< * .: yith'reverence Ifejidore kindjlea- ?5peope! Bat few okdur.readers at this toojft 'tenhundred fd'ollarsr-'peF'antta'tii. f fgeaelt 1'he hostile Indian! rar 5

ih vent wao3jre'cte3TasaigSt3n/ an4 fcis'army I i netit remain u Tnfrrned 6! ttic dho tte Imj&ajjgieni Avhlch* JwHlte'ilatior'tojenconnUriri //ias e stabIslieJ a 'weIIconce ted piin p1ncyementh ; S V S I '' S is: 5j: all &mtr.m .

tbelrlEtrqggle.fftijiiiilifee. eiHe. a Predd5tatQf t The.niinesJ the jfhtensitj of I c rntnding generiUt; fllIr CradoT afl.0iOi frhe Amcjinilridiatelfdispay&arcarnqa !
AJic. ** eyn
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around theEtatWtd : ofi1cirry and, kec f j--occurred at -Washington!,at.a_ lew s,t ininuies'past "' (liscaseV p ects ttuit he sav edlt be aiovered. in, ,Iwe docot4Jearnc} S ; th nrrefreatefroi

-, zc. alive- "the"spiritof ra (,9 cheers'.) ten o'clock .on'the- night ptthe9th The:one' s almOstunsuff rab' while t heir 1tirkn places, ar$ ot 'LaWP) ; .
;$.th; Mayihe.a rptriy eve'rwaivirc
r'lvi" :,? over thepatriots"; !... ; |, 1le.te11ai S Untilrapprisedhbf 3 this 'startling dis- tn'e"!p : 6tu'er1s/hestiienti'alV i""tJ ;lTf\ i. _" Agafrfst jbth'' of! b r the 1t of idae and lulet4 of V cSieog, t -sLs 4 f c-5--5 (-' iiai hen :threatenc4eeiesi VtL

I.; ; oTtlqud add of irc' & 4'the' eyes of' the p iensafibrfwe; ,had"no' ihUmatr6n'fturgugb t b55e ine negrp.ia .almost proof f -& ; ,-H "fnchjieylaveLen gu1tr br -Jefl3th I l lime aj-p of; pthheic6on.to

p :f children of Tera'eL '<&)c e j ) "K any, Baurce, of the.. President's_ .zndipiIiou't' ..OIUtahtaiidNe* 'Mexico,' Mr.VI say, troni SS : : tecnsi4er tbe5toe the ? ks MThj. -
9tb r*- -* ? y/> : .i-i ; : ;;-
.t ,J lay old Nepjm'Jie fever: protect''theS: what kn6\vrede"he 1 bas of those fcoantrie jinion-the V iaz' Bye 11un1r04 oind.
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K 5o r.* illriessij The.I, malady; t u [ 3W'TOjklC ANO,8AVAJk'SAll'ST13A3I-B
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a s.t9 beers. f--
: J 1oi1it1T1s: so fc$ j 'ihe raz), [ a kschronic'1sinteryprecededby t they yvilHurn out''tp'bfe jfilled Svp ih'ej ; --'Eiw. ; ; : ;;- "; |Iccqn jlbrancb' of Mri''TSS'aips'o'nls-- inirbe&tha

'f kleiiCpi may thtlrmejsprf1evcrfeh'ine'as; a L Mchbicramorbus, to which the'Pesit.bats richest mines.,, )|If;SlaVe laborja like other I 'The, Sayann h epuj/ticqn?/ mentiqne'dVaj|'ner$, 5entD' rfroai'vi'as hcAtney; Gn- streets, i'jAll appjrehafcMorf Vas soba allayed

.if burning*!light' '.in t' e every AuierI been libject% ,trqnf time, toj time,.since.,!; capital, if it'will go here'it is best padr;(he] week ortwqi6lnce'the..TrobabUity ..that-, the e Q.piniqn InJ/aTorjfif lowing nt resas caii mcstJy coin.os1 .

: can; "campaign -Mexico.. The first symptomTfergof c onc1adesj) then we have a right''to pay it] t vo n'eV'Steamers' ,' building'-in{ New" "York"* -to adopted1'19 to (50.:. Avoie: wasthe pt ? bott siantes

.. ,", as**they w out\,*r vj *;l w 4jmebe in the**days'pf-*, l"Ofi"2rperqus the present attack wereexPerihceJ diiJfJ w ill cnnTr thee wi tmn0 'vt n verejoi'
.,f .; the"Revolution.13' cbfc irsi Krlhg'his'\atfendance"iuponthe* ; *' J:4th* "of'' t-July i" t iieproaucing capital o the co niry ee '.qtbe; Eoid- for transfer'to. the; Califqrnta (j?JlessrsiThOrhpsoa-. ; >- anti. '-f if 3* ..he'acjc f--, aLa-1 ''*a..' ''' t: .. Chilian* ana |*|||ncH flags. A party

/ISth The. tar4 aadljKrijIes of America:| cejebration at the \Yashmgfon lonumenf those"mines'are.located.-theseyholejfviVO" route.The ?JRspTtblicdn. flOW ,thinks they sthute for thft'jesolutiqna of "th% co9rntteer! --S. s iartedout.tor" it." | -z .%d S
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.. toayihey'riever Iceofraive o'er "llusS lie,was compelled to retire before lb& close r egions arefih1et() s'1ith may be'retalned at'hosnei and publisbesftheidv6rt5sement''of' and it.\vas Io3t'bfyea 39, nays 163J rA : Serious' frouU cnue Li.-il* to xistwith zh'

Union""until' Gaiel aU Jatt trump, ,eliall. | their! departure motTo; the'- hoIe sib ect'oaiheii' Thdaiidr Thrnrcf
certanand fof-'tbeir 'toflay
83Ubdl.'lr9'cheers.V: ; iH' i C icf the1 exercises oa this'occasion, randwasB I it"'V'*'" m ll ak' hUCY V<**'*."VV' > 1roiit : ',.' '- ,!. I.IT i'V'f.lVj-! '- ; '
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+ !; > < "i'SBpim < fably worked sire.; 1 st Savannah trips1oraw' York, ;om t table4?was Orthites
; tl4ci4 m prostrate upqn l'ie Ih5cfaah.. ; .by-slave, .labor is < ? tt ,again ceciaedi4jtne.D.e5atijrejT5IlGr ;

west';.'.so'i long as the1s4itii! AnarcI3ycar e 1 ords'tui'le'ebly express |h"e emptiq s HenceJ IwereI. Southern:man, and 'myP'fope'Hy'jn'vesied the papers ofthat citytasfollowsPqR :,.- .c iiiWflues.tiar Kii'. ;;takenLda the j4t5O5a ; :

t. f'S ]cursed;"so long. oh.ir thy fred ii. excited inthe breast- in contemplating theFor"'ite in ]a.iesrsbbuid; coBsiJer i | SAVAKNAB.' _RegularLine-of-"Ocean arsfresolatibn of,tfe cjbaniittea, which,isa0 .- he
spbeei: : 'Utah Calf Steam Shipsi .> -- '- ; < S <, : : ;'; 15 4rsiiuai 5 '
vetwe naounCe. second ''time the markets in JSfe Mexico! ; and ;] w> t f -TJ-.. T -
S. .",. slave 'ot Lyon, tothmander. Aofeommandev "Nraralllferifri fary"rivers ofJtbeSaafT :
: : 3tlr htdr a Present s sum7none fcifniajjfoy 1bor, orthy au honora- ut. Th't 1h ,
By J>P. flare+I: 'V' 6r a 'nsticare ka the worTa hea ii disliarEe p1 te ble contest to scdui: ." :c41ajgCcLfldl- S S ISepTccse .S t ativepf' George Gatphin1 'yas j6ttTe S 5, T een discoVere-S
orn3tanity'Ms > S 1 Ao .be aniizifljly'Jrichs&aSra'
ijr2r icTlxour s1 S ; itnte4 tas ,
S: duties of his "exat-3d! elation jand,.' in this timber. : .5 ttF ?tl1e. isaiilIouit
4 svatiivthF:1. '
4 : ( 1rs.) .11 of th ,' 142 nasr.4- -
XcUerj/roiu Col. Ptar8oiT. new steamers take'theplaces ; !iI I ar& "
'BrGeo :ajII7jfesp& F>ur Chief $ Lff thefdecree \7hen"-'abs"oiblng-po-- ,3jrj tye'HkstferaTiaHrigtfaHcirts -
cClLMPEinsopjointeac at, Oca1 t Cherokee apd Terinasseev andare.ysarji intende4 i 5 5; TectriJ ; thn:cact i1on !, ,j cnsibe :'* "theeaceil.'r
istrate-ZacHrr Trtyrif.JSAy] | his tortjttnieasthe e h4al concerns make'] rdsn'alnibs forgef the ; btien Newt $'5 and pagaqf
0 UI1 r a1iit1 C are'i of h.retarftT1r4ea3ut SscfJnie v ; '
*"" aA haf'ar'! >
dial jhiayearfc lieV v *-*? **" '-* {o ttenI the NashyiHe Convet>tontlia5dfessed.a'jetterV'tb about-1400fcnsei %
may : 5Tbe
cr, as he has been.comniendaticn 4it t; orthnary *impending- ., n -t dispeasatio. s of- 'P.rbvi- ; PACtllcCqRMrat, Esq.Ivrh'o 1. iiiUii-tlii3 C.ttTittCIflOt! subitaaliai majiaJresjtectfirst ; ) C 'd } ; t9tiir'J( ; vfiv '
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.. a ; $t cI-rI. t1eice. The ship ot Siatej.floats jtipo'h, a presided, at Ocala, ,'ia'the Bhaje; of"a cieof thbsxinterr is, atid'are in. eexy c ap3&IL wa tefefor pi4 ia aFor S. $ ?jr Ca1eat this oceip

S ,ByP.J1ai i + j C. CabelJofr :- stOrm seat imperilled by lhef breakers 'oic'iscQrdTin'd of .impressions usic The.cL5ani.'| mitjnwth.la.vir1t5 ; nilsprecedont'wa3! rea*
e1p1itPThei! \ ..theeuthein discontent:;"and the 'inlot report ? Jations'fonpassenger's rill .he: nexcepli<>o- "'J' '" .' e Iqn.
vhosfl | n2> -
whole ] "' '" l .< the Contention; and in which the :, -ea nayi66. :- 1; l-f I ? -- S
people oTllfl ; 41ii; 1rLSbjf&r TV-i fir'rapessin- "> past ernrgerie1a: ;1np5Lel' : (; '!%blefand.they" expected,trf be ready forl o'f1"tae'fcomaiesf'li'' $44 d tzw. ago tband neat, '
4 wdrd'c'oiirse 'isi t!) *.iV f i 'ur 3 '1oiida to flit ur her'delegiiaj3jqurhed C asfabove namea.- .- 't.fiForfreight 5r6'eFtbiM'Ve.; utiOri' 4kt 44P VoiMSqt4st
I reliance, and in \yhbse-honesty and fideFtyevery' ? :sea ? -: -j-.c: ;- ,vV-'b :-' -:- '' '- '; : ':'J''-">
eer -
.$ bechershedhlbyltfl& .pebp'Je.f ; meeting'at TfashVille.-- .Wf'.shalcopylhe jS. = : or passage, 'apply at SavanT3lMo.PAD -| & : q? -S ;54T

.- ( confidence ''remained, -i& suddenly letter from. the.JVlriflJ,'jnVpi *r ex.numbeY. [ lJORDvFAV; Cq.--tC: vssf!; i g Rno1et1, That the act;r afciesai J3 uo 7 "--r-- Se-. SS V # V V SrtheLbraban
; By \Villiar&L. ict I i liilerty and 'J A- sfruck down. His last wbrds'rere' df e ? ? iSiJii'Li JVItTCHiLliliaf'Ffont-sU'N* Y:; lytthojaelhe-Scretary oi flths. yTreasar/l ,; :l' wjr
.8 : depnden Thcbfe1Jry true !hPartediany .Tt e document bears the impress'ofsvtgorand '. .. tiras
5 J am read}'for the Kimmohs I hay enjae&voreJ .July.6- :: .j > ei -<- f- : : : EhO4ir Hod1son,
; A'tnericap'-May fle ever rally io do self-retitude, and contains" son e. :_ _. ;;r ras not"iii coa1orywiht 1 jci :i 6 I Le.k ( ihj ptbe4f
mydutyrrrlr.am .
1 around it" -'bEa4k1 i iN! Id seVcn 'iiijies t .BorrytoblJ itrothiful t and important .reflectibni iNonc 'SS1J.uycTiVLrIItg8 : :- lent? : .- 'VOr5 *Z1tbhusaii.1llh&
; i refined? {rdie'era) j : ; kaveriy. ; friends.1 "Hashed ,are' the
fniore so.tlian..itbat North the i Ph51ad6lphiafand-BrooklyB':: iave'eacti: ; adupted'ysas!'II8V ,
By Moses Cis'h. fliemotfo cf lion jf the; jpasses, ; | -It1\yasc: nayi 71 |

..- Daniel Webster4' I 1kc.Irto tte'p :'back-t trohs j; and- ,,pati'iotic! s puisations.--j i o1libosoi-'.. (.' -t ., fpointbf forbearance, alt the >SbdtheVn) State| beeh'vjsifed'by mo'sl]destrutive fireVa'tJeffdselJ&yaiaaienlaB ////Pehjfn a"''mt on Fa'/ecqasidST th 'vote| efey
6UDcd'he sincere counsel of.hilipsj 4 iary5puroJd
>hdmo4cst ; .
-t wards" 5hee44.) The.siiVer| conl of life has.been Joose 4 dnbV4EufnT' | ) and' that civil "war'6r loss ol 'The re 41 y the rs1ioa! ajopa. tLloase apqie .ini! jiiqe.

ui4f b oQdsh ifonce \ ifhiiadejphia commenced"jt ravagfs'on'the S : iL: !' ciie5en
begun, vfbuld invbjfe'ld'issofest adjoiflne.L' -.; : ... s; .4
j sid: the unchained spirit of him honrasbaf *
L $ The ta1,4 tea d4 : Lad foit
uiitithe} 10th,. S Jfl the hriofr :
!flfl
O'er theadofth4jfr 4Ieome of tta ( eslerday:nerv'ed'' with no"cbmmo'ft 3 1ii.eYtc
4'te
t brave. (3ciico .) JEJ ( | '(saysthe ;letter) tfaat-a.jsingle; State TLrlIeaaiid- ftyhusC &burii t t&est'TiaiJspirfisl A F'aiilndr fi fcel
4 kiee vf i.nerffivha5'enVr'e3 iealrx p" 1 flior
hqnca profitaNerLe
-By* James Bared J ciztiy. f : -Slay LerJ tnaKjriaRtyi; Thy tlusfsnalt ,be mIl :migh t:'niake.an issuer'of.-"this'-consequenc t .4, the ofis, o. ; ; % at. =( yn pl i 1i90516 ;tbe.'fStafe; ,rr of,:U Geprgr.va3 ? itty.alIn ith b54wn 1t'eek upwax&t
4 --- !< rar.nl in i JL-i'j p-L i .
MJpunlicanisni f 1chictfc: iM1-IKK,x i -' *' j, and /j-'t ,itT'fp(nj, wj4ngmore tb.
.t and 14ex49ibe that of OJdJptay with; the ashes"erf taftn'STlioeeu- 5 > pp- :
3 ZackT{! t'fr *iBy' tre41W'I? 8ijr&scfi'afive '"'Ihei bal 1 lie down bS oi'rell l to inqulr! tpbVbbw'easy'jt.ls* for* a e'verirot'itiedtsasteris: the "supposed death I j >. ised. !.bcjsn. taSea out. -. ,

; >t5s8.Sarab .tSak4> the onso c Wilh pttriarchsof the iafkct worI-with1ig5 Convention 4b .precipitate". a:. | epo1hssue'apd 1 twenty Or Thtty p1ersonz Seventeeri-ile -nYibittwa_ iresurriea 'but va bfjokferi'offionof / Fci5Z :iiz u-We e.stilL
i tVer'trittiU' T e >ojf ul of the earth-r-lUe wise-tbe good : thus ( odIeilaEbQ td. from riJs % fIflkOj te ftbe
oar country! to &utbeiiz, u involve] disunipdJA7l n i the 5he nnonnaent' o the' iptohii Ireiot1iei
F5rQrmsandloay of y
*
Im. J"1 eecrs past,
ages
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io tlJeif;, iinc ity rjfaljih) |r''ATI in one mighty sepulchre." a'te.Cpn entipn 'of' Tennessee _!prf""br| The lire w rqoJkyab'rpk'e! out'on tt&e3a! PjesjSanU tba llou jejl aregn4.
c. > Jg, aoFas 1tii
the aid pf SC4
.., to. I&f. ] ,i in: ] ; iflIL& .soqt4a34.-
.. l Congress--r "- OctobeByr'Alrs. iftilEF l I((9 times 9.) S S THE} (;ovItNriiiii. : FjqrilrnigKrdo.thisuand perjiajps nvol.ve ? OOfl5'fOiIOWO1' ;byater ffcIe.pio; t Sat Tfeotuonc nsurItht SctetarhtetSury S tk -:TbrTifl1sS

4 Mary flofre. Edwa'rdC.* -'A crding to coti titutibpal provision, Vice the.Southontrary.to tbe-Avish'ej5.Jof sa.} majority iOfl bf i1t Th ''total loss of'pcbi ,S ) arec9sefe I btye luring.t'lft.l. .. ,

Cabell : friend o* .tfte ?oMb, patriot,' affd PreidefltMit.LAab riLTMO1iEOf Nv1'ok1 j *of; bfer PeI !. Therery fact stated qty Is estimated"' ,at'Vee ..hanlredthousand to73v afa S coa%;aiwUhere ?,i |*fe w rticlea of which
"
; stater an ; rnt7 hi+ it nsij worth be TCO-! FUfctafoBiypeSs-ho'navtf bee'tflunwiliiD* ib lrs4n* A1 ';'J5}>lpson.cnrred *! -?;sali* Vr"v*- > -s j annndniet' V ther -j-10! ;s.ca.ziftTtf' T ft large emigrant S
: has "urated rfs)4ent'pfTfe) Unti 9f1FeJ, Jo Jjt.'fenjsurjqg thc
E1
crated by the peo 4fSflgdauntil poster(5'chetrs -' cbnstaaMy;Wf iyi ig, iiicrease coneamp V
shall ates. The ceremonial jooVpjace befurp."contrention ''l' oktbjihe.Southern Convention as, ihfe tbuhalof I- atPhiIadephiai'n S 5 .: President iJecretarytofAVaf.aaiAtioruej-; itaai '
ity be kiiowi t4re ): : a c Af e wil1 J'e' 1e''

i : i' \ Sr 'on cf tbe day f .of both'Houses Congresi at ; last resoTK; The.ConvefftiqnJscall.saccpr'and.for ;. S IS'" V General I&I theif.1 Asevsral* fictlbna; iii ..thertouncemints1o rhJaeksat

: apue qwd'en, 'Aosed that the' ricrjdian on'{he; l"'i I cS d to vsierthe1jcnIrrnbi .AL metkg: ) *">vasj..hey' ''''W *'"',<>lacon i ; f' *artof.th- .the;::!! rn.aqr, tl': ce 'anflV '! : :

IIon. ,C1J re,3igjiauqi1JfQitiJ5iB'\v'"' i.'i !* A i *"?%vVesldentbvutWJli 1 f'? Cg's ig ji5 thicht 55 M1. Yulee' iS 'ofther 6tbyofthe! !friends- iid-| l\h\ crt:
t! next for er4eskdv4 to Cogresfb ; :'continue; to.ex.ercM>e tru tIQu, ) r rixiefbiU; l'epute the IJz *cd Sttek J4 Presidcntvra8': raify, jiad|,b&. IIooji ..isBaVetliriitelyadjoarned. pb Iovwhcb is

.. eitthiitilt fore the intel :duti'es, of'their; ofiides. "'fbribe. present.sW-: evident tcapproprnttton (billS ethattii .senate tbireco, anc fV f .vnui.-- '| ruli :ob& l. ; h-iatf
J \ f >;- 'I -H' ? %
? .
L 1 nj1recev4 tik) 4i'robaton, tt ulatibn }si busy as tb'Thq will succeed them, 4 ; .c&.5i'earsofl5sflys; 'S"To ail;.person f riendy-.iOnthe| pr>?eryaJ )nofa'peat ; ; i-r i-ivi.-v.-t ::0 I fl S 'S t'S ; :. .' -_5.v5-

4 qA WAUfiQ. EESPER sjbut itia nb fr bable3hat irnyqiingi sL!] ibis Conventilon, a1lI events,. at ie4nalIejes t71UIilonand cable4 settlernent of; tbe|r rw Corft w:" fc'vA 5IcKeeyferv"-tVttswisiin.tah ir.Ji i4! if tbi$' hs 1i'c efftetthan Jtormak*

4: bcS nsailCuniUi' the;.cIocof' pxeenss 4 w1lr'be turne1 'i 1 ILycry,qiestiopt ThecalI for th&etii SiIZ ; (i445 S -:1Jti' C't be Southern peoiite s ter jacquainted-witbi

0 n4nPJinv4ti&eht4n4: Ds nei J 4 sidn of Cqngrcs?;, "" ; ; "'' safety )r ri PPWLc '?a( :ece5ri er5thbt' bY Iiil b'cliisto

: I Should iare t b tndre i I t $ ia'y'be dM-Shquld; Corf; r
; !4: hear bereo.i rt Mes'sr CjLrro' an P&Ero1N pr'hou1 J' ? : S :'expecratfbHrof'' meet1rviXs t.Sj ii'st 1nen i : ( V er..t.. .. iind iatmthy'. ...r.r. Tbe.grjsQ u .

: otht Deegatestots\h'n1e; ojiyei : theyaelneio i paawwe-55. SS-O e to.Jpqk; ,-lq pu It| M35c&n1boih5Th ndyethentwan4 tiersjwe unHb sf' thbdtrI1: c: L--of'A'dmjfrattheCaptaia rre ;oS-calt tbn tentioft'of ''tbe.Tpress toj
1 tibn. Tbe.Hon."r[ ] RuFtj be th bti' (teHniertjiil
inbt CdnTentioffae
;
t Southern for C
6ucpqran4Jsame
Representatives ;
; : bedftily' accord -wiini-jhei.. : ; Den
k
z inV'called upon'. ar cf Jtiis,6ie'wthe'.comproair.gmbst arannah| ? .Generafyaod isjinJaTflrrpf / Gi ia
I ft arJipxn34e'$ r44wbiatekn epvblican in' the recommendatibn"ft S foraMydMihe ;'itime!! 'sball TC-( ratobe iopg arrayof name ; ;lheaajrsnest''nicaAur'esV p;'. O '

.1 reported a The b os:7;: ;!; j dl'9f'k yth5oiAbialozncIi ChappelV/o'ne: ..ofA'jraeetingjw.a 'St Are'pbrt 'prei'3iiJ d at alt' hrMatt&u i r ta4&th pMeitTneof
i. 3 4SS.jS1
1.:1. writer over'ihejsgj! 'atj p'Curtu5 ," t kpun 5 (| ,v affreVipW5otfie saihuof Jhe iJS.I (3arri
cupy Secreays1ipsio yi t .3' 5 ) j fS 5Z 's ti I 9r W i
'4' :/''II 'proceeded.to'J 4i4c Slate Departments.. The --succession Iri? I S ATc I' tState S.a4 oF n i 'sj j qaVbiiinafaetoiricf' ft ht 'Kare a'ntiitarjrc -
; ,. declared the -- \% 1earn t4t sc that ine.of.-jihd capive4| fe 4we? 1tk'5' ; 2 eWtAfip feiv apata1 i aia;
\VfiBsf R:to' the Stat iJeparfinenV I ? .!hetd ba. the yri
opa pass Je., ISS wpuWj of St has.receivedoibe'.appointment ay. relieijijij puY peojils i oni' fijrttch1 of"th'eirde
Augustine the
: treatnSentSfnca date accidental
bumncrboi
t of lfpat.it, would ot be.. 'Laded, "%v5t1L. great ahJ4fv f'by' $?] night previoas, of ibeadyocates jtif jibe jlis- A'An'M.r./.rf'f poiTh T qxtb..' Ve'she t* iuiiJiporaiaes -
pisjratal1 evet$4 W, it wquld! only of Secretary bf Legatton4&.S31exic) ori tt? SpanisH' steamef Gua5alqu1refatVi.'iri" tcitrec foi b'nrcotcnirthissubject sot!
cpun.JryJn his aftuc jesoluion ra.lhe
lia- ,present. bg t esjiyemquestion / r t-i.: ; ?:rx i compromxse'wen" fiey Sere "" :- 11 i 'l5'1 vs.,.; *:{'\ >3 *
Fiori4i iasbeevselede *
.F trtn
: bebj.oiihein vo4j KprUicrn Lltt ?'
although dq.n'ot.beb'evejihe| S4 :c assd of th -I .. .. 'v
ve ;
men awakening to \tiiSouth. ?rictiori that it ih'fidgjdishonor }- 5 ; S .S [ -7. > f it 15S V 5
: ., volveathe !rn&i of ibe 1 thost gkia t 11ecto4! binrl SbeUe -. jXAshy-ule..Conyentjo.n.. jA- similar,1nect1! "r against, theymer5cans.Blievia3'itetnhave ) P pL EB5.14y: bisktbezf4
with'xheSpanish'languago; excellent-qua.l.lto instigated, the !act>.' TJiere also *
wasi
,
i rrashafd
4: Butwbet1ur, I4 aq4 or aAtnistIraton; ( ) 'rhfs in.'Augusta- theevewng.Cf! ;tbe } Th
jectedj.'the: ppsitlon| : ; joith. wthil4 t) tha ba ....exercised L;< ir ,-'by t,J6ii1 I. e jifli iri's'tantl S -V? V;* / ,.- rat iciteineit Lgainst the Atnericancthi,,. -: .: -'- -a1s S 1- :

k ujncb'anged. TV'fl'f ?. ; j4 rcmdjj b4 tI I LsTp; tt appqfrtTOien will.. ,,_hoY'bverslau'gh a-'reS-, : lI-.E: L: i: ; : -- S Iu atUava fcunt oi ,Wffia"tmi ? !:
-
;' -: : ri 7ftj.-a-/ > ": >?;!, t ; rfK. V formei pard o
lot i
heb1apmousy
; severance pf our cpnjifi alpith the.Nort) iiflnT \ <*&nr T onti'il niebt 4 n/f A Art>*>%>A; A'ptrty tneetingrof the") "Demqeraey''! 3 -
The rights of'the' b uld bnly.bJe, rEXCreIONTD'RT.AVGVSUcIJ3Tb rec4g9i ] axstver tis inqi.'cence oneboMejOn1f
cirJ jnterest f 4ct1i SftrFioridat < 9I ; only
.v.vld'in 'Va
inetTtdJi1e ltJ-the tcamorid tHe"2Stfiult''
CTredjBy.gbpd, !* Northern, bielIhe b-.ffl. t'eamer'Jfm.l'JSo5ri' '(3ap'ty'Pe'SEsTJwastollaye.eJft -.S L4 'pn '{q I "
S
ecncy wa ; } Bayanna cKSatnJliy llfei, frIictLhTL hon4 4e abl&i to'rito1 express pnnuppn the5pomtteCmpromiseI ; keeps.rhis house f6rtiid'1nd''hev Sa -Tjeett n ; S fM S S
SS the latter Vai the c1 lIe reEpiC tq"St.j tb i 'Mr;Pafton oefzsohujio' L .T. Jtf.J .fei i?4ttfdbr4u I ; e91 du i it7 anft.ravation S
tbjeat&jedVwjirapVfemptory
; (4the peop1ew1iopuS >.a pleasure e cursiq ugu6 itic: 'T' 4 jr 5 .:. || J j o the ie eses senotbohbis4
S i ndernnatory i1 )
ccc9Ilz IreorroEthethiit
S; 54 cduldir fg1Pt ; e c S
e the;Democratic ., The._.. kttiieen.S ThoLRte ctfl1ettheteraestpen31ty
and eryerae ,e&bt.ined Thc, xparty > aT ? ; :, :ut. COfltQTSni1lp l l3.C :

oI purpoi in ve qie4 five days; tojUie p rqn tbit'score alonejraight epaie.a JitUe ,offeted ? ulJSttntedeC1arf....the Buestibn tobV ? 2 h1Ch lie(1cbbppr1k1 by alt fofiti r V53 3 S5. 5 4t
praise.to.the liberality of'prescriptiveWhii' one boveiattand iS.' tS'4 -i-1 -.4-' S S
ancient,.city.: ,. Thja wpuldaffwd S pVsaglhapsK ersan A'rnetican -
bei4i.bose : R f*' ?*- TH r te?
,thaggreso X Ipbnement S f-: -t ..r$I;
i f porWajty'f tbe IhDebQ8pjtaI JJW; a iftHl6. > 4 oiTrfiKVIW. flhfdejisjon'tbllenear'niV V. : .5 S
p. L ITC IaIter1Q1, beq4 iniht e call : v- i <$& S tCorrEctJ11 jI inahaTe5beetLthe
S 'hh. y" 1i Iit iicdiIite4pd; ameniiies, which'the4i % .=t% W *p fa *rgfi5Sthatf tngbf .cluzens to. be cUediietth y trelectedS afli I Itobrg c

t : fl4 1iw'S : habh&flfoLe.. t tK oil4 ctCityuia Jearned oJ S Ye ut"arivd I fiori SpEn t 3

IP 93TQu1efi4c 1pEi JaI9J and ri Wth MrXh .- )L3SIt j19&c4 VS 5
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: ft'r'S' j T/lliT/ pAl & t44LLUf&fina5i1ec1st
ipied12ebi1'Tirnes"saitt F S
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S dyia; 4a 5 (: ;;; S : : ISA 'ftaiw'tHir' f; ..! ftmei: : rwi zhpstpcedithd8Ptn

IJejiee.&M .C9rfl1 riI itwu De seen Djrrae proceedings tnat a thihii1 '0 : F9peJ. # ? 1Ptttt&s hbwciJ.(1t.
.wi -:- ;r.u { : 'C '
) Mkt4iTufledn fi ; Iil1n t6u
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jmee g\yaseW/ji ) acassas54XevyvC.jXon $
rpf eepdh trIiia ; 3 "N. i- --1 2C
a t&Thac ti !n )dn. the 4tbv.ini .celebration. cPlvi the iNaUbnal 1 *- S ., J -**-$ *'--li Wt Wi-Uf vv'J'"U<|iibcwtfo f4iu -; $gt1tti
: J ieAn vcrsary,'at wjiicIiTinemberi qlth*pari $ y-a a qr.fifty'ifqf rMr>paUqa'sfcsro irnejiaeersaya: V' ? cteart S
oSfbi44s fts ana'abqu't h'all,tha umierifc b'i
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ii I iie1irjcn1fea5; ''infVbl h nflI 4 r-* *7 >x-V: t i'r---':
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furnib iiut n yk breatbe't hpb3es6p r .Tfa re, ai S S
S 5S 55 : t6 1ji-i; MdDassed the SnatwoIhe sbT t
fwijlt in Tmtiije
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The FIori4ia .nd.. ) eat4Line rlAerbx&4 4 : V V V V V V

thrdirectioa ol A young ? !; w- ; V
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and three more South, Q ciUs V

and this; I beitesthe'. tecoru4 jii3itj c* Ctth S Mu4ct4 i time

this I frthti1i Ekea1i : :
county. fcarecoujrevery'prbniirie.ht V *5 flJ3 %t4Z :-
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?; ty in the county, ai&4. we jjuied yi" the 1it VV : -tt t ri'ctitetth SV fVng V t4! Es iVI -

support cf the'Corbprconifectly OntreifI V V S :1 '

understood lere; 14 to 11 c at tic eati, jis7A1 .V & : .LVj 4 L UpWW

a f ulilide,and h iashn t1 !iit4 w- I That i& thje' death of oa''xe- 4s r PeckjJMM: V : 0rfllIozT15-,444zz *QrtVLV V

ers to rabe asionn. 1k zeure &_ T Reay1IVbIdVV
cidedagaiasthim. I p :.viiiZ h ha& Jrtirt21oii V ; V V
"The Democratic Cot 'i4i wilt. eet tffort fOViizn LQ V :V V V V s6 f Auerica1t eoaaIn con, V V V
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at Sawacnee .Springs n 1 re nnieheJ cf 'i.b& vnr'.aity VVRIbte1rs V vvtEOE 1* V tht iteIALimOe

LaTe been, eletterl a ifieleg 44niay; ro1. oLIiWanI jb .piensnis' bfuen ) 's4.S: V JaiaeaM VflVAP1 s th&44ae VtffU

ablyattend.. My great ., F14 be t& &4 :_ De.U, J V V Hmarti ;- G orga : bk VV

' prevent the adoption of tt -14e5O1Ut1OSon I .flplvd. That tbe; furoituie and jewels! cf Egiieig. V V silcf.JmelVAjS V V V V

the riarery ueton. 'c *,n.j s more the Lodge; p1ae4'in ''inomnin ,Job three GordyjJaffles B V> sgm B L-2 VFGefeorge 'cuSqou& :R4IJ] riheurtieii *24 ins sa aoiza& V

-- ardent ia Defence ;of the ,4tt4ian; I am* mo14slLalbent S : $ tdevaitU.. $ 2ytj '1en.e ; *shail enb14'V V S
,T f-J-tl ****PJ f if wP* >**! *** 4.j *V GreenSanneIs-3 VV:V V Temple ;Wia'G'Tb -.
V bsu: I consJdex that- i- i r Soniher;. to the lt'res55ot. lie Jleceasedr; And iGrccaj Patrick V V wit,, ] ,V V tattrr2.V IeV4fl34VV dtG V DjakefV V V

men of.tis stamp are aJ4i|: th4iJo1itoniss. : at Vthe E1ir. oi J&V i 153)6kck! ) iGrcBtrJobto'vO V. Tb1kkGeog >" V Iwhich. ,theX. mftV bbs Th to. VVI&aIi3tVVVcfS V V

1 do '.not know who >wilL naet toriV xlJsup aprs Ye r- orsi11esAtznste., .TonenVdJce V $ f! car, ; ] ; Lttbr3i&1aestbeytit4 oac w.rkgL Vd44PVVt1LS V
hut ualees be fs I4ig flr th4 oested! Holland, Dr/JafiieaH u: Thn ;JameV qvilg: fint ro5,5
Czgres; ] td'pallisli the sata : V James V VHiFy coif ittt m.VV4iy WV3&biDiJI3VV4VV
Compromise, abell will ]4J4I4n tvb tb A true coj y'7roai tTte.recbrJju V J1umh4:, Elh V TTIer I1U ;: VV lift'; _f$rt" >K e G.IL j *ngewbih tUt V VSai2&FC V V
ua even t3t V
& tf&e} ttiort ordiaaryicapaclty
The Democrats w14 aiivmattppsed 4** ; ilcoxVlTa V \.VT > ? -
cce. "S7KO.- JtfiAMJo jc See } rf-ii
; : : *' thi T i f n n eamtol fail of 1ta4 V
tothe ComtjrW. if 'uca .- Itxngt n; Ebeuze WLieyhxy.jHeart1eyr V VV
Wllan. Edmod-2V v>**j W\* H( *"*"r* *-fi-.i | : I VVV5
one should ty accident thf ate they EDtCUO ASD,ScicJJ>ErA.. young girl pAiiitii c1 'iQ.Lme< ; V
: Wiliete :
will not to the poilieiarery amedLava Cook. : y
go U yar Q ageV coni. aidsfj ie Se

question, has lu i CIeveaud,9hijy:tafcjxa5ic g j Person*.esiliflgfar letters ia ikeu-abirt' list,! and C4Tt dent tk tasefal V S V V
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D k *w*.k IIknitizeni ngsp rkaI an&. V V
V both parties, and if f a \Vlj$|< 1e eecte | actd,onthe54th ult. Jtappcara from; Drill please tsy they" are advertieedi or they'may J' incH: baa. beeffta ( ( *r VataMe V -V

we prefer him to any maj J Jie testimony adilucel"before tie rcM nGtgtVtG. VVSMA1tEVBUT8VP.2LL VV V ate ts1bthseIY* ] rig thposeEion sthr41 pvbllestiou; V

The Sir.i&d copies a4 cftnts t the jlwquest that she badlbeen settoced'ay Tr4| 4a5ks4nyil t1y 11, V that haftcpiieU hj,;mala with !tbsa ii1owin : VV V

1 Copies who- ha! kept h r far two ve .asj epd tion and $ iV-it4irs;artle;
a'cY; but wil ll hazard nt as to what : ; : : -> .*4< > t114' V
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may be public sentiment i iing 4Ffr-1at ucettcre. -artiis he denied aa3.o th'e"fatal day wrote T1HEfith: c- D. E V SMn I CO>!is ttileV.n. jUc ; tion srorktrif or&J'ViT voeral bow; eurj* VV
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.I: "Oar dissplTtd..1! Tie*,.business cf the late |
not Il .
"in"geseral 1iera! letterenclo6in: 1ier $2O the 7eettraetoi.B5 sad for eafl
I purpdrt trill be>etfie4 by D. P,'8mit5{ ,to jsuch :
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cf FlQr1dn! whichvcas that he .-had heard from variS V woi ad ttssonry of wart&
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ccpies, as an act jusrtf \ -| ED.; PSMrfll, (sam gi hr4 bridge builders;bnilderSJj bs&uaonz,sAd )

and Journal, the reply ofjp .] to wLat Jus sources that she claimed an 'euga eTOeatgietweealheai : V A.jJMILLER.. cure as are 'o brkk!*: baiI1je $es.ol,,abip'e4caetathets

he considered ii jst ; and a promise.of marriage; -.*! Cmumbn JOE9.21. 1550-M .- July4jSI oft / : pec- ijth UiMgVV
ray perso extract : ,] th3T she knew this could never te, that afi| fort VVV< S% V-5 ..S j Mock a.< i idhsssers

"As to %1Lat the writefj iL the *yocng'aud'fc retiondeoce between them, and,afl jdea|
gentleman* having chagi ji papt&. ji 11nage, must cease mmezhaty. "- RVtwA)1n.: ; ? ndJea strajgKng V V V gTwb4Ver aid ottenTabne'firing aebtne1 pjwanf V piitg V : V1iie

the influence controlitnrjiijt :!-?. sufficientfouada receiving this letter Misa Cqcik wrote hirn E a EA s,VdTZPkLEJf4RMb* ses|a'h'd ] &* drawiiig *mViiio4: pIeketgVete.

t it is without a in answer.i'' o*corae,aadlee, for violation"of the J air: of the tt j el, anil TniiK( VS V .,e-HmectM wj'.k enttagx4i.4 woca

tioa. It is totaHy and >as>v false. her for thfc'last Ume. 'She! 'said s-he woiild I Stftttiras, ;oailOthlnrlS13iiindcrf: an crdciof; te vhole AUt1 .. ; V AcVthlecy; ceii.ies, b1e44 I teic pfa. V i V

The FioriJian and Jouru; te vat for him till -I0; #clocfc_iut he not the Circuit Cottrtlbr Jfasaatf aount yi sold 'for 9 :i diseases for | cuoift Tulders iad tand < !;Slfed pvaoa ftK
e 4JrewI'V ;4y jjnd ebua 'rti3j
(brief term of yistrs, and pttrt oasad br tbe ooder- ; c
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and entire control' of -on
t4 oniTr at that time, she'Aras found dead at 3, tat.rot1ns an1ezLufQa cttJs riOI ofseIvitu14abcn riqm 4: riided are -- V t&tn g eG*
names are to be found ere tQra1 V 1 i Tha coroner's jury jeturaed.a. rerdlct r its 40 roiai : aker'tii Medl* ad Aod ruo$

head. They aoie arc fur S ,1Ieath y>taking. atiacid; V V and 5j !ltv4 f te-thrccreo iid ; V thakeri: O1t afld 1 1Hreri cuttiinenJeutber '
appears in their colarjfts.Ji) wli iliier avert thSs ffleiraJAndTttcjast trteJ: -willpa' a icv&rd V : ; resor an4innnfagt*.,
f.Thrce SJI rt4 D4Iars 4- ph t re' & reifymttiij rnafl ifca eitufli nker ; V
bthr
antiquated old ufcc; f X Lrr7ot
ofVSapeSF4QrT1e IrVcrt t 'tnt at-thls tfttt 'and prc hare any thins to
per. The Washinglon &%t'>tii4 i-e ter rg :Leuitrica.coionizatpn; Scei! hjst ttrbeuiioeffenI512ti V pted5JM4 Tnwtrfrt.'a1J .. .. an4? V VV VV

engaged in* somet ng U.i"ji $ j b.k thaajjpablisbiss rc&Ldiy the U. S. bng* Jfatnand* i !.eutb. Jt s Bvcp :indieer .ch |ctet5eiiiar>uiattir* rJxrowjcT4itil, *' ndpl UIlw3 ,
makers iifiter V
air boitera iritlt V
the jrirralous( ti i 3 pwwd 5TSr ES.ia .beea'rarriediBto, ihe interior : rj itid pro- -
| letter from President ROBERTS co taintag'ue -'--' '- -*-- -*-- .
V Sol tbJa Stdte into G ori Jla 'The to iyfaroe.-; Iprfelors of ng r
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covvn political ; y a1 uni--fyutg. inxeiisgence that fejia'i'sttc: j gtati3Bcat 'of the fat s.Vp cmWesa interest tbf En:4 9 railway,,bar*roniibbi.1od zwMe1 V

home i i1* eo notorious an u4 V u ; eei ntha; jjotcdaje|| fac-f -! !* 'of all goi Hftisra t aid ia'bis'Mrc ery, : .-- Boxley sad*pri g, ak9 i:f Kod p rfeeaerally. V V V

theta cf all b5uence i in j. ri Lei eatzA iua? VJ the teFrh 44le Vr14 tVtce ozediir j e, following; ( cart Baoas, eonascted with &a I t V ; V,; Veiqeep

where they are um'urtu:: ft ie jr.e* letvvecsr' Ca ie MdutirJa J-She'bar.; betitTage ; < 'penuanekt [ r Vf a4 can' -fw-' V V
Such rten are never.o n- feh hf1.yA I hip the Ofltt'Whth the siare -for orer a year has teen engaged atiu cU cfula V :
j is la&t ; shoft bt3ve if ea,*jaiEsf Teneer wrtterJj uiU-quitVe bIaJbro' & V
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t. party, and it ;is only \t reT ( t1! rmdg tais eeafcarfietij.oa for about } weTe} oa- a: V V itVqOi0 V

selves unasked bore tIt4Jt.4 ttitt tber Muadre4wi o1on .tbatjcqa |.- &a V to-.td : 45V a bran-Cj-arait.toaCjJServ faes V V
: .> ? ,c9Ofr rthqr can, uid *At-& i y rt t u J ff5hn V
political! ex'.sleu e is EU JV'AaltOihs ." E _Is i MTCfl _t; l ia the iegro"efyeimpen} ctyi) rwu!aid wrtt& | : erso' tang
9 % ;Jrahlw rker, ngirsan4 V
I V : the &VtI, L roui aUs.l :'Vr W& *&$$ &fartfQYictkiQ' itiSicted in actaace gaint es' iaakefi In geC rf etOyed i.
i VV % teaLup pli ae5tatbrnett. th.AItd JLrebUnnttrdDUJri ,i1Q iura cola ma : Vap7tea1totheas.of.cotc eywizo; :! ; and skip
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4 V V (at *? .'tto.feidit3pperV'ils aiffercut nuera'j sz4 t4s ine06t4d1*
"Since wrrttI el ete the Unitei Staes :i3flif ideneelJif..tIi L.wbififr Oat
.zsLtV; uai (* ofti< IieckVwere ixeiiig 3h5ne7; well tsJ; sonot
xno than ruictorof" ; 't tie ran& ; tli eVt V 'Ti 9t rnt it-loir Jisra. o'JjidaiX inaflh'swollea. V V Vap&.V VV4t3V
: the Taliaua,st-j *-i.jjie'J'iatDjbe .:-.! A;,?-,tel r v'ea*-byftb*'o.ata9J Hading no relief from4VV.fl4Ck4VpBe $JV4 .
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VC"a tJnrtosso tlt4 1aS VVIn p $!
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. much, u&njjrae to the 1 4J n'.VJ 1 Li1arredVV V pre 1Kt p13 iLeresJ l fa canals V U
VV'. St. enThe21th fit Ligbto O5yrs $ 'SPeD, Wh2zh V ; VV I Vitf othera ngbjdraifle Jrt4j dyncmetrie5 V '
sal.Ve, arc amazea at cL 'i a ca4tItVd )tpTr: 1VbncfitVV JVj *IiVi wsn int acaiei IIjpassafclaj

narks'of: that paper. TID4rs k 1:4W1.Fi : theno1e. fVo: 1it4T1 wzVC 1n1iuidV to' : V Pi-oikexs i stalia4 a1eyf i pla worerzV,. V

has for many years cut&j.; yV' ? trVbLVie'pr0dm4 xing 2

V' position: in his party, and em know .} : ,?#: SCJVV c fetUeitg more V.1 ke .. II
wa P ee VaOeyVtOV
V' ; VealIyg .vwr< tacu( IM. V
ing notbiflg si j-ubliC s fc'we ; $& r. &aj. :5' lS V exa to the astomrbmcot get'ori inal drav j4V ijnerj4
suppose be !Lxs 4Z1crresIJentencc. tVa: ibe"l&ti lil., ly Key..Mr. IlakeTSw ? nt forrryi her. V f'JTttd bfirbeakh' ult S&V fMi pT1eVtic1 u a VinV Ibis eoo&ir IIV4tbac Troeurt4en V V

a VLIoeVNk4 I kTeU rear siac thai orc ; He ia V
t2.Ceth h. than'ai! h :: tL' a4 tan t 'r tV1, f4 theorgniv4ion oadsb &1ised ia End,France,* V
Journal V .1rva)* &ti 1aikouwj1tc1ttt4. of*'a4 v f p5tlxitkV4 : eVeeatiaZ parts' ba4t Dpr! $hi this : V
cour.aeaixs U> curhieh 4i :3t
ztpcswiif thebraYBgejaV .1I.II knowing*4 these e de- Ddaie iaa p.4p prehen. V V
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he was placed btbe inv turtiz iS a 1s V 3knTiV'W -. othsx VdbVVV' & aJ 33 The ntmate enaorea V

great Presidenua! can'4i ; $4 W N4Lo nony0 FIa..Mi t1E'iiM I cnr ,)*VtO use great..' C0flJ ffcui icfi tig*

. of nscU, -indica-ed, itri 4 beautiful 44 L1Mr ; tttsYerk aiti *t1est % V
V the t'i' V :TVJMetCb: Qiiiit, V i VVE1ctlJtithett fVVjVf.41ratdth.; th. tThLVba3V13o
commentary trpon
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be social VV V
eay is one whose i.4 'IurL F- I l1ria-I 4bV JV .j "V acA I r V V V ;

fiitida'in' this State-_wliHte'r 4t c'iara.03*-! EV-. : e OTOTUfemig V r VV ; :
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; and public sen-ices, inerable V V VVt A&TERJf.C/RCUIT'Qf' J'L.QRiDA ; V
1 ,-. VS__. VL1 -t : Ie* fcOsE io is3 the4u ecraipleU w.
i.:. to the rrbawryotJoorna atat or. : ?'r ;V V V -sad it is.hoped etae.dzzroagtobtainwiU1rociiiU to
, !, as wr the Ln441e;; ) iorizI, ;:V4V V V : V &te' && [ .iio4biipmV. :
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V EdinboTo's casUe to. the s4iE .4e DAV1D; \VALEEIt a cztdse ot1eiter VV V rSVSVV VTh a; : ? re .. effleoopigt tin \
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raioroas Laird ol liairaavi ; liTX. i,4. it : -storej V The work will bo usoed Ie3-m n
ci rubLe Landti, at the election ont 1 : ,? ) i* quJ1e Vtth E _at, V
:ta thejs&tl faetiotk -the Court pnLfri '
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: We learn that the oi for tIbt'Tttt: ; 4 f._ _& by.6ffidaTU.fied.tUttleI)6feadMiittia.titcafaoT } .43V-4 I wbGVw &wItV ibed Ifr izm:55
V re:4iIa ? *entiUed causa; |iJe* oat pf of* In : be; V 4in
recove of aloa a LV iFfjriJaiaorlijyon4titejnriJf 0 1iF ; : th a.4VagenS V

va5 &n eztlyEiack pain -, j Tftfltty 61 f F thereforeApnt ttonflai[ by VVSeveVrtI Va -
Mriw'o! PoIr JAGKSOXri&E&tfLr 13. ,
: Creek. If< may trj in rnc V is Qf\ytpt tua. a.eaxuer fffir V c shall' >ectf>ef tie wo r4 VcVee S
: o&e of the southwest couik4i. the-Urn ? oItantfEI Cmp1ifflLntwtlLrrmIiQ1bIceV : teeVOf ezpen.V flVVP S V V VVI
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The Wasbingteu or4j1ath f e JaW II-SchvMary Ahn<-1TooerT.1.SthMerAWM IJt esI411ginstVMmw w fitrttitrrOniea&st'&aA.: ,s'copyir V VV V ; tIespftt gkdtjje ewbe;; V : : : I V V V PV1FckflI :: V V
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Baltimore Sun, ta t is letlciieg } or t fcr, dttly cerUS d by theCLci o( iCrte: 4V Store,
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Tie Pr .Jeiii.ciHied jaijrto) Th iyely for three moEthtu, : VV SI I' tt' allotnif1 tb lteii .VVVflVVV V5fla7trt5 V V
c I V vs v -V aHCfe: DOUGLAS, Ji& V !< ;; rpncRi V
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Stephens renaonstrat i him vn V Tocfant.r fluLiTitLand.rfllr14.4 V
ConrtVVf t
t his -policy in' 'rcjari to ?i iik j>ror69eJ btaiWWrrants rctWr} MReRs V

in. The tone of tbe rem. : JUWI Jl. foflio3ifw.ai| eiahEast? wtfO-xsZl W tfbic, fOr:tb? g9Qd W1ittVar4 MZJ : V
: jidged cf by the note te reto wader tins"Act iniw'' before Cocgwst'' V VVV & i.ie; :u. T> 4* VV
*Ly, io th1V s when tlrf>amet shallXare j> ,jV4 .liaMrae&v .1 L6 : V V 4: i V V T -" fJftnid VCottoujoves

earoe eliAtharttrePresi'Jr 1rV&e4 ?law, frtt* mbddratft JBIUJI of'.Il V 'IX5LLAKjijJor ; > V I I4L4CHUA.4St4DLEVYCOUATLE& :naune'M V
} tacb"Warrant n-ben ebtalnedi < I reiptexpcwVd
V ;$ Lisle silk
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V 3- iVhe ohjert'-ofttits iwtie*is t* if* W*!aim nt 1 V ttbi4
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Zy41w VIfl erthtrot pr..ur1eg'wrraigi '*twitWrtg t1. : V V 5JamesLPeEdni'rdfYM&rzbl like5 V : '
that dayA bR dtnM IatelVq 1 iety I ks.it p 9ibt.k4et* V V V V V fei a the
VrihUfie
'cSiaibers and M V t* ui tfarfei iof tbe na- BTboBprodtwed '
cabbage h&a.j4
: offwith,a hts nf miik J VV wig derss nea, will ca&at ois cme ;'of hylett: atd procpt attention..tijllb* irt'ea totLeireaini. t30fl,fthVthTeae
The,same .vrruei-eayi UaseWi ;_ rIwjFr1AsL.Va; VII ; 9ru rW*eh [ D:4i V
$|>LIlioils TEsaiiten( i '* -i- 'Af fartiv 4 T.in ''J I e et1 vi4ef at1O4ir V the tb moatht 'bis :

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r j tTaekaoh..uet i fit County,E,F.,.by !stores at less thIIth.edI1ara. *," HJiiTsoirJU.INSTiTIDTION: ", .' '.i: }t AGENCTO1TII1 SW S ,,," :s4s .: l- :"-,"

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!'. 1 *-Thrii I "DoUars" I, per.annum, payable .An entirely distinct offer from that above, feat* ,under the caret*Mr. .No.68W, :: Zl Street, Nw fork., L m. BOTIL: ,MCrxSTLVATHA ATCTDZ, "t1INJ 0rfaIDaJ. ;.il'.nrun4 Ja a doctor,n4

.' *pon ordering ih|) 'aper. ing subscribers t take their choice, of this wide KMoir, sssIZt &Sby Mr*. HASTSON,.wasopened S .MoaniIEi&axtniPtaidesE: & Continues,to give hU prompt attention the arrangement .Wu, tisrIyavort.resisflresksa'aslssad -
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range of the above offers or for the reception of. Pupils on. the secondlflonday1nJanuaryJt. SPacn S..BENIDICT,' Viet Prt32dOfltS tb.lLkb4siastaetths fltl*of Dr,ft*tae
Subscriptions( paid before the expiration prem1ther -- and prosecution of claims before Congress -
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thosewe PLm'PkIzIi3zcd4ctuarv. .- notpoM of lalalsl erMt fciriehat he U aot."Tata. to tomooa
;ii1 ef the year, arecl3iie4'4.; Every membervof a club, or,any subscriber In i From a bowled of' Mri;and Mr Hartson'i At' of Funds liable for losses;_ 2ooe9 S 8.s :or:any of.the Executive Departments. the yvblgldt! : to'k* deceived, and narchaaeMM .
: AdvertisemenU 4rU1 bit inserted at the following any other way;shall each be entitled to the four superior: as';well the I Claims arising from the Revolutionary 3 ,
; Florida
) j following beautiful 'scriptural : "Christ's and satisfactory testimonials of their f Dos Bal-of Premiums. above., .Investments, ,. 165,937' .67. bat the OKtiOlXZ OSIOIffJtL OLD IX. ***
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i rate*:i On*Dol'4jr c nare (twelve lines)for Rebuke/' Christ Weeping: plats ," ape the' Trusteea of this'Seminary embrace ''Mexican wars; Invalid Revolutionary,Half- Towiuid'sPaiiils'hvthg'o* U dw.OUt Di%

h" thf firrt and SCT.'. i tJ.1 ie Cents for every snbsequent "The Two Marys at the Sepulchre," and the Doliverance the opportunity recommending it t the consideration from the Mob&DatyAdvertiser, SfortA 17,'47. pay, :'or' Widows' Pensions; Naval or' Army IQcnew.; ate'&n&jff': coat o( 'anna-an* JaW slfaatan

of St. Peter." of parents and be desirous ,.LrpK mt B.A'practical Illustration"of Land'or Out of jtrjat.
r. insertion. / :;yearly Advertisers a liberal :. gas may Bounty Scrip, tmderlaw of.Feb/11, acme coat ,
Premiums only sent when subscriptions 'of giving their or thor', the benefits of Life Insurance has recently/been 1 t fit t .
-,. discount will be i 1 ide." All transient Advertisements remitted a to the publisher.- -. a onus and refined edn ton. :' / /wad furnished in this city, in the case of our lamented IW,5oIAuguat 10,1843; Arrearages of Pay and r ,

4v (except by t' rsons having running account The Ld.Book for 1850 win contain .This Institution ia Jt 1 the.immedte vicinity feUow-citiren. the late Edward. F. Test. While Mileage due niDg 'Volunteers; .a.im for JLa "

r. ,.-t. with the office) rrv it for previous_to publication engravings. I Iver of the Tillage Mason one is good health some time last;year, .he effectedan Hones,I st'and other.Prop destroyed;'Expenses
beIaId Postmun and others ;sending..Clubs of the most delightful ; towns in the insurance on his life of $5,000, in ,the New Incurred
Jt W by V'OJuteenbetore
if' 4 very much by having them Southern country, having.apopuIatlonof' high York Life Insurance Company (formerly.-the being mustered
: lI ,1' Persons a iiW& I, govern their remittances to one name.It is no inconvenience a add moral and Intellectual culture qu to any in the Nautilus,) 'ofwb1ohMr.. James M. Mundon ,and received into_service; Waggon-mas

.,) for ad'rert4tgRj- following rates t will be a great favor to as.Premiums totem&d United States. S _" ;: '' ', agent in this city. Mr. Test died very suddenly, tern and Teamsters',claims; .Marines', sailors', f

.'... One square (t1v,. lines L ) published months to the towns tending the large In will this IitutGn,the and whole the course"of will instruction not be- and the other day the amount for-which his life &C.. &0 -
; pupils insured five thousand dollars
I j' *' was ; ,.was promptly '
4 t for ., ,- #1000 number of suscir. permitted to pass over any study without an Intimate paid over to his family by.Mr, Mundon... 'Havingall the forms necessary for a,proper

; Two squares fa*iix ntonths. 15 00 Te town sending us largest number-of acquaintance with it. This will be especially This circumstance requires no comment from us presentation of claims, together with,the rules (

: ',. Notices to debti-s' and' creditors, 10*00 Ibscbel for 1850 will be entitled to the the case with the exceedingly important subJect to give it due force. It speaks to every head of a and regulations governing the:different Departments ___ "S.
1851 g.atis and the next in of Mathematics, in the different branches of family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood,
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: ;i Application for!, >ttrs,1'f administration, 5 00 each subscriber shall receive any one of the which pupils will be thoroughly drilled,.and required and should not be disobeyed-, The advantages of ,he is prepared to undertake all claims, of

.; Fer annoaneem nt'ofcandidatcsfor office 5 00 above plates.Address. to give the reasons' for each step in every the system,its beneficent and happy results will what kind soever;:that may require' the servicesof

:, : No announcerat it will:be made unless the same L. A. GODEY, clcution. suggest themselves to the mind of every reader; an Agency at this place.
113 Chesnut street, in Music, Drawing,Painting;WaxWork and we trust induce him to "go and do likewise."
: =r le accompanied 4hthmounl, charged. Jan 17-Iy Phelph. ,and Embroidery, win be under the immediate Certain.it is, that,nG prudent man,'who has a ;Particular attention given;to the proper. settlement

Editorial notions jf 'ri, prhrte benefit will be care of Mrs. Hartson J- and there is no institution family dependent upon him for support,.will neg- of Quartermasters'accounts..

: \ e charged double thjjjniite i jpf advertising. ,North or.South, where these branches. 'are, lect for a day the- insurance of his. life.AnnualRates I Charges moderate, and regulated the amount

.(::. Religions ObifeaWy and Marriage notices will SPLENDID ENGRAVING. taught more thoroughly or scientifically. claimed the
The srictes attention win be paid to the One and extent-'Ot services required.

"p published gr $. and- genera deprent.'Of the.young mor bf Insurance of Hundred ..All communications;to.insure insertion, must

;,, r CommunicaUoVjj. cvust be post paid. THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE 'lOW PUBLISHING while, thing of a-sectarian :Dollars on a Single.Lift;. be postpaid.., dec'4-t( Pfci 4Si(10*AWt,AW JVJk asy.OLp'DutcOll
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The scholastic of months is divided ,
-t" 3 ALL COBtKKTITIOII d' i ECLIPSED. the Death of the :eT. John Wesley. two S sessions of.five year months eah The fr session a U 00 R s g s a RO 00 R Sit. .a ,James W..Bryant; _..THE tfSIAL DlCOVEH.DOFTHJI +
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0 ENGRAVED IN THE HIGHEST STYLE ART, commenced on the in au .. ATTORNEY AND COTJKSELLOR-AT-LAW Genuine 1 JTdwascnd Sarsapirilla.
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; TUB STAKD.lttD AUKttirJtN PERIODICAL. and to end before the second Monday in lot 'T ti.t- Jot .. tt.iris ,
.' '. I'1, : BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ ry The to commence on the second Mondayin II .0" P 0"lI..o..o.' Will attend to Professional business in the Courtsof Old Dr..TOW$.'k now al.tov.t 70 years of age. and

;: GrahaD ;Magazine 185O.I. AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING July lend; and end before the second Monday inDecember. < i < i IBss l the Eatttni Circuit of Florida and in the Federil has long been the kXlttRot .'fVW.W5 n)as the AUTHOR ORIOINAL'and Dl8eoy-TOWN-
OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. Pupils enter at time and R' -
can any ; 5 asa .
Court for the'N Grtbern District of Florida. tfJfD &ARIA'.1l1.ILL./f." Being poor he was* -
1I Among the many good men who have spent will only be charged until the end'Orthe te n.- 'C s :I T1111E splendid-Jumber "Graham's" for Jan- their lives in the service of their Divine Pupils derive pea avantge however byenter-! -5 V" Atso AGENT.; Ken kept out of f *Mwt.Mul the saies etrewweitti .
I.I.' .1. nary, has Jccn the.whole country by surprise few ever exerted a greater influence for Mastr. ing,at the ter. U 72 86l53 41 178 1,33I for general'' Business 'in the State respecting thoM only who s4-.proved Its worth an4 know Us
;, this has stood in did J With ladies the course will receive ,'15 77 88156 442185189340 value. It had $idutf the ears of many.nhelels l ,
high as Magazine alleys high of intellect Young pursuing of
r OI WEE. powers grants and of dbe
lands
; 16 84 90162 43189192351 donations and the locationor u those pervnabehad been bealed of sore ****,
certificates of .
excellence and in circulation he united diplomas or graduation.
beauty
picioral gentleness
literary disposition which
; enabled Its excellent aad
i1.y I 194 363 selling thereof.. and a"*4 from$.draih proclaimed
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and reputation, it eas won already for 1850 hi at the same time that ho touched the COURSE OF STUDY. wonderful .t..t
greener and motel abundant laurels in the loud of the human heat, to convince theunderstanding 18 89 92169 45191196373 ALSO AGENTfor S 1ALING POWER. .

S -.' rise which ccmes from every quarter of tho of the truth and importance of the The course of study i divided in five classes.' 19 90 91173 46 192198387 the collection of Claims Knowin, .!4 Jofa'. *!*. that he had by his 'skill,
t. Union I IS holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. tte Studies of the Juvenile Demt are ,20 91 95'1,77' 47193199401' upon the United science and era' fe,ee.devised aa exUde which would
:. Tht Pint E Jtl' the January number And when we take into consideration that Spelling, Reading, Writing, .Menta 21 '92 91 182 48 194 202 417 States for Military or other services, pensions, be of inealeulai! *dv aiags to mankind when th.

already exhanaUa. ample as our supply was manifold labours of usefulness extended to a h metic. 22. 94 99188 49195204449 supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or means would fc 4 fcJrnUhed to bring it into universal
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; thought to bav been,:,und A SECOND EDITION riod of more than half a century-that during p Pint Clast-Reading, Spelling Modern Geography ZJ' 91103'193 50196209460' other notice when iu Inestimable virtue would lie know
24 9910719 51197220475 property lost, for which the United States This tint ha th* mean are
and come
appreciate
\ in The vast increase whole period Grammar Writing and Arithmetic.
cf equal elegancc\fh "OM press. a unerring c'Oue of rectitude wasmanifested ; .
So,' of Its herelfifnre unparalleled list of subscribers in his walk and conversation cease Second.Class-Arithmetic concluded, Elemen.try 25100112204 t 52292237490 liable. supplied GRAND; this UXEQUALLED!.I ; PRZrjJUITIOJioff

P .V enables tie publishers to promise their to wonder at the very high degree of estimationwith Botany, Modern Geography, with the use of 26 107 117211 153 210259,524\ Address Jacksonville. East Florida. I Is '$ the largest scale and i* called fhi
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readers a succesdp* of numbers of beauty and excellence which his memory is cherished, not only by GGb Parsing Exercises, History of the 27 112 123 217 54 218 289 throughout I I'ntllt aad breadth of the land,especially

such as ask be equalled by no periodical tho members of the denomination, to the upbuild Watts on the lrmd. Rhetorical 55232321578 a*it Is found tpcipable of degeneration or deterioralion.
'. '. in the world. ]' ing of which his untiring energy and exemplary Reading, Spelling, and '29 128 135 231 56 247 356 605 Philip Frazer, v 7 I '
't Those who have!already seen the January number piety so much contributed, but by the truly piousof Junior Studies-Agebr Geography of the 30 131 136 286 rn 210 420 627 & 5 Ualike young sX R Town jen : need no awiui nccs of its excellence; and for every sect. Heaven' Botany 31 132 142 243 58 314 431 650 ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, *ad never chants,kat(or the better; because it Is *
Tj, 1\ the The death of in the Poets listol'1Anaycal 32 133 146'250 59 387,463 675 JACKSONVILLE ILL pared M .etrt principle by a itiatife turn 'Tk9
.. those who have aojt, we prefer affording unprejudiced Wesley was perfectly consonan ,Parsing bowl Chemiitry,and the latet dieT
r \ and iolicited praise of others. The with the even rectitude of his protractrd life, and (daily,) Composition writing. 33134'148 257 '60 435491 100 125 Will attend to professional business entrusted sties highest of the *all been brought into requisition te
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; press from one {mi I of tho country to the other adds another to the many proofs that the "end of enior uens- emery,Algebra concluded, 3-4 135150 to him in the the f fha Old Dr'i Harsaparilla. The 8r-
: "l.,' echoes the publi voice in pronouncing Graham's the good man is peace." The closing scene of the Trigonometry Chemistry, Logic, Intellectual 35 136 153 215 62'4'11 529 755 Courts of the Eastern Circuit aparllla root it ll known to medical men contain

p Magazine to be!jlb'e ablest and most beautiful periodical life of this venerable man is the one which Mr. Philosophy, .lor Philosophy, Natural Philosophy 36189157281 '63490550785 and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has any medicinaL=l11es aDd lome properties which

t that ha* eter been issued in any country. I Claxton has so happily chosen as tho subject of and optona Daily Essay Writing, S7 1 43 163 290 fU 5.09571, 815 also such an advantageous connection with an an inert or and other, which it retained la
For ourselves, s&ure in the faith of our vast body his bautiu copy of which, Composition, Revew of Studies. 38 1'48 170 305. 65 534599855 preparing It fo>$mJ produce & and .diI;
of Itbacribers.fIeIa.u1h, at, as well as defy the paitlgfaithu have thought 39157116311 66559627895 able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensurea which I* injnrton. IJ the ayalenl. Some of the proper-
: manm. PRICES OF TUITIOX. 67 590 662 945 tie of Ssrs&ta .S puny efforts ot and rc lca t la the preparatIon they L"not
'Wi to steal Lions! garb, by our imitators, have framed and hung up in the parlour. In Juvenile Department, per scs. of 5 months, $10 00 may be placed in his hands, against the United preserved bya.tvittijie[ pr.esu,known only ta tbot
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; I produces -oaflvbich! would be discomfit ting to order to enable such as desire to do this to gratify Fit Cas" 12 0 J. McROBERT BAKER Agent. States. experienced in ill anufacime.Moreor.. these*>UtiUfrbuiflii -

i' any thing chortle)'!the most brazen pretensions. their desires, Mr. Sartain whGstand at the headof Cl "I" 15 0 H. D. HOLLAND, M. D., ilricHf;fly off in vapor,or a* aa exhalation -
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his profession in the has been Junior 0 Medical Examiner. Sept. 1,1849-ly. ,under heat tr he very ttmtiat mUUtl jrtftrttot -
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PREMIUM.
S KEW A>' engaged to engrave this elegant picture in his Senior Studies, 23 0 Jacksonville, March 28, 1850. ly'Jacksonville of th*rootwhteh gtv to it all Its varae.Aaypenoneiajbeli .
rJ "THK FmsTjPjtATEa," a largo and splendid best style, and, relying upon an extensive patronage Music on Piano, "." Spencer & Baker f or .teW' the root Sill they get adarkeolored
.' mezzotint, engraving size, making a most exquisite the price has been put so 1'1 that none who Use of Instrument 500Drawinarn1Paintini lI it.1vhick i* more.from the coloring
picture for psr.or orstudy1 is offered to any desire it need be without it. The Engraving of 1000 .Female Institute. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, estHer IA the root tMa from any lung else; they cam

w 4 $3 subscriber. :T lis? premium is far superior to large size, stabe for framing, and will i be Wax Work and Embroidery: each, 100 Jacksonville Fla. them nioIases14i4-heit strain thtt ntJtld or call vapid it liquid-8AESAPARILLACXTBACT sweeten with'our .

; any offered elsew ere. printed on the quality of heavy plate paper, French, Spanish, and Italian, each, mIlE, Committee.of Direction has adopted orafLrJP.t, But such Is not the article
,FUftfIIE& CHOICE. in a very superior manner, eaeh impression presenting It will be perceived that 25 00 per term is the JL the following regulations: Will practice in the several Courts in the Eastern known as th f \ -

: .. all the beauties of first class proof, and highest price that can be charged for tuition in The Scholastic Year is to consist of four termsof Circuit of Florida;in the U. S.District Court, GENUINE OBIIDR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S
For Three ? in advance, (par money in will be furnished at the Literary and Scientific Branches, includingthe eleven weeks each. Northern District Florida the ] S AJISAPAR1LLA.ThlslssopreV .
S the State Ill' it is remitted,) one copy of and Arithmetic ; Supreme Courtat -
THE Ancient Languages. OrthographyReadiugWriting, .that all the Inert properties of the
FOLLOWING UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES Tallahassee
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p Graham and a The Institution will be supplied with Chemicaland per term, 84. The above, with English ; and prosecute claims before COngress Banaparilla too)ith Ant removed every thins capable
'1. LARGE !:MAGNIFICENT PRINT 1 Copy, ;2 601 I 'Copies $12,0< Aparatus, and'a well assorted Grammar and Geography, per.term' $5. The and the Departments of the Government. at of becoming > of (fermentation is extracted and
; be 3 Copies, 6 001 13 Copies, 2 Philosophical and Miscellaneous Library. above with the higher branches of an English Washington. rejected; =particle medical virtue secured
by adistinguisbfaUngraver, and which may HiGrcal. form and thus tile rendered
Clcal. tea
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S. History pure
COPIES FOR education Algebra, Geometry, -
.5 eonsidered one < 'he( most beautiful specimens ot 20 THIRTY DOLLARS! N. B. Vocal Music tanght t a the pupils natural, embracing, mental, and moral Philosophy, Botany J. McROBERT S. SFKXCEK Incapable ud5..Y of Its valuable and healing
S ..: art ever present a:by any magazine t ublisber.- So that members of congregations and others, without charge. Astronomy, Rhetoric, Sept. 6-tf la- this way it Is mad the Best.

; S. And also, a ne* M beautiful engraving suitable by sending together and forming clubs,ca'Obta One-half terms of tuition are considered due in Chemist.1kGl'OgJi Christianity term, powerful*| ntntta; .

"- for.framing, of i i:Sacred Subject, this m'Os impressive picture at I advance, or the whole at the middle of the t. $6. Each. quarter to'be paid.. to the.per Treasurer, J.1thROBERT BASER, ; Cure Race* the off ra l why,nmeraT we hear commendation diseases.-/emby

lJ BEARING T Ji 8A7IOUK TO THE TOMB, Only one dollar aw half a copy!I Scholars from abroad can obtain board eitherin in advance. .. very S side in It*tI mea women sad chlkrna.W.

prepared expres it tJ and at a very heavy cost, as a Surrounding the dying patriarch are the fiy of the Principal or in private families The Scholars will be under the careful instruction JACKSONVILLE E. r., find it doing wij*: .... te the cure ofCOSUPTOVDYSP1PSIA. "
i
; Premium Gift ; c4.new subscribers to Graham's nineteen figures, the of an experienced Female Teacher. COMMISSIONER or DEEDS Alabama,Georgia, .and LITER COM-
following i
I 5I, representing per- R. W. PARRAMORE President.W. Provision has been made for instruction in Latin PLAINT s' inRHzU.vA TJ&V. 8CR OWLS,
will famish in lieu
." 'Magazine. Orl ii desired, we seas, (of many of Music South Carolina, North Carolina,Virginia,Main PILKS COSTIIftM.SS,all CVTJJfEOOS KRCPTlOJfS.
actprra.itsregien French Painting and Drawing, and ,
of either of the above prints a complete set of our from originals of A.'BRINSON, PIXELS BLOCTUES
geahaty. Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Mississippi. ,and all a&ctioa
for which additional charges will be made.
LcL meuotintportrr.:"pf the Rev. PEASD I. BUNTING, axiitog from ]i elIMP17 j
; The first term the 8th of October Jan. 1 1850.
I Rev. JOSEPH BRADFORD.Mrs. S. B. commences. on ly
t THOMAS OF THE BLOOD.It .
AMERICAN HLt.$ OF THE LATE WAR WITS I
t;r1".t : CHARLES WESLET. D. H. MAYS. next. possesses ntafvelons| efficacy in all complaint*art
f''MEXICO..
admission
be to
for made
,,I, i t i Miss SAEAH WERLEV. February 14, 1850. .Trustees. the Applications Committee of Direction. are'to. J. P. SASDISRSOir, slat;from A*>r iii .'from .'IRIlitJ.f t.U Sum**,ftomueqnal .
f t ; rfi JTwo Dopics for one year,and Rev. THOMAS RAXKIX.Mrs. circnlatJi*$determination of Wood to the head
4{.'I. a'CGP10feit11er.t t.Irints to each subscriber. ESTHER ANY ROOEBS. J. M. DANIEL HOLLAND ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, palpitation <( 1$5It. cold (eel and hands cold chill
Dotla 'Five for and Miss RrrcHJE, Mrs. Madison Male Dr. H. D. and hotflaihriothe body. It has not its equal ta,
#': For n. ',:, Copies one year atrard MORTIMER. Academy. removed his office from Columbia
A. M.REED ,
the Postmaster licv. JAMES HAVING: CtUf and C >ur4*i 'and promote easy expeetoradon
tine to
J a of the MI$ or per- to Jacksonville Duval '
copy County
:-1. Committee Direction. and 5enil. .r3fit. n, stricture of the lugs
..: son forming'the! Cub,: and either of the above Master JAMES. ROGER, l hild seven years of THE Exercise of tl.lnsttuton were of respectfully informs his friends that he has throat and evs'4har part. -
S .. Prints,or a Portraits to each subscriber. ago, the only person now living who was then on the & of JafuJN Rev. I. SWART'fleasurer. associated Bat la nothleg'!)!!*excellence more manifestly sea
For Iteentytlwlnrt; Eleven Copies for one present.Rev. last, under the superintendence and Jacksonville July 7,1849. with him, in the practice of Law, his tad atknowl d5ethMi in all kinds and tttges ofFEfc

year,and a copff( either of the Prints, or a set of JAMES CREIOHTO Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia brother S. W. S&NDEESON.Tbeflrmwillberepresented. 4I :COMPLAINTS.It
t. the Portraits t4' .eh subscriber,and a copy of the Rev. ALEXANDER MATHER. College. From a knowledge of Mr. Gaulden's stench and work woei*** Iii eases of ft ar Mht'".
t Magazine to ttie-Postmaster or person sending the ROBERT C. BRACKEHBUXY.- capacity as a Teacher, derived from experience Irs. ,A.,MAXEY every KUaf.f tot. rf'OlitrtctcJ Snffnttad Or PonftUMnuet
: ;';i Club, with acqpyrof eafch of the large Prints as an Rey. JOHN BROADBENT. and trial during the quarter of the last year just HAKES this method to announce to the pnbJL Term GCthe'CireuU Court in the several Countiesof Imftaprtty*.tfce. menttnial periods.'aad the

'. additional pre 1 4 Rev. THOMAS BROADBENT. closed, as well as from the most ample and satisfactory lie that sho will keep open her Boarding- the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County cf esbisemu.Ik.sndlsuual1acnr1ngal1. the forms of.c -
1 Iconwnience Rev.GEORGE WHIIE. testimonials of success, the Trustees House during the winter for the.reception of Hamilton in l'.t :
I .7 "' B& For fjk of those forming Rev. of this f'Ore recommend Boarders and for tne accommodation of the Middle Circuit, the Supreme "l rtmoTingiBh jrnttlons, and regulating the general

I *Clubs in conePion with other Publicationsvevritttend JOHN HORTON, Esq.EDMONSl one of the Executors of it to the consideration Academy unhesitatingly of parents and gardia.whG travellers generally. Grateful for the strangersor very liberal Court at Tallahassee] and the IT. S.:Court ai&. and system thus,it cure,tvcae t H yrtis and of strength to the whole'- .body-

.. ;j t v, I Mr. WESLEY'S Will. may be desirous of placing those patronage hitherto extended to her she will Augustine.. AH business entrusted their care NervotW ffts ases and debility.
c ;. One copy of tl*. agati e and One of tho Saturf. Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD, Mr. WESLEY'S Physician charge in a situation offering Inducements'Ofhen1hucs' spare no efforts to give satisfaction to an. Her will receive prompt attention. aad thus prerpsiiss felieves a peat variety of ether
day Evenin it' *(or Four Dollars. : and Biographer.A 'Of location and high moral and in- house is commodious and'eituated in a pleasant maladies as $ttj frritiitfe Jfturrtfut St ttuf
:
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Address J. *
!;: .One of the Mio'3ne. and Two of the Post for Medical Assistant to D. WHITEHEAD. cuture inferior to no other in the South part of the town.Jacksonville Dvval- P. & S. W. SASDEESOS, Jacksonville Dance Siftvuin.', fffiftie Fit*. Can emlrit**.te.It .

:'a 1vgDdkr4iF 1 i: i for the sale of fine work of art, era Student may be' at this Oct. 11,1849.MAGNOLIA County Florida. cleanse) tlI l't i excites the liver to healthy action
Agent prpae
} I Three copies 4fjhe! ; Magazine and Four of theJ' every part of theUnited States. For are Academy to any College i United Jacksonville.. Jan. 17, .850.. tf tones the o bijwati, and gives good digestion relieves -
2ostfor2L Sar*} further particulars, address States. the bow*st 1 rjor and constipation allays ra-
4' .HOUSE, lamination pu1',45ne: itinv! equalises the circulation
J' .yonreopiesofh4MaazinosndTwoofthePost GLADDING "HIGINS, Publishers, The strictest attention will be paid to the moral JleQVEEN McINTOSH, f the blood pi\ Sif gentle warmth equally alt over
". "s for1nDdllP ; i Methodist Book SGr 4 North Fourth deportment of the students, both by the Trustees ST.:AUGUSTINE. .A7'T RNEY.dT.U the body and** Sensible perspiration; relaxes all
Six copies of tbJauine and Nine of the Post : Street, Philadelphia.This and the Teacher. The located within stricture andhivitoratM tlse4s, remove all obstructions and
Sl' -. Sot Tuxnty :. Elegant Engraving will be the immediate vicinity Acaelyls of Madison well known e establishment has oj WILL attend the Circuit Courts in'the Eastern th.ia .trvon* system' Is netlhla then

; I 1 GRI&1)' I') ftrfTH TO TOWNS. wholesale and retail, by the Methodist furnished Es, CortH'On in or near which good boardingmay .: 1 JL ,late undergone for the thorough repairs of and Circuit; the United States District Court at.St. The meltlqa.eyou prc-einincntly
now reopened
Bk
,t, The Post o4i 4f any town In the Union,from tablibment. 200 Mulberry S. New and b'Obted on most reasonable terms.. ,The8chGlaioyearwill pn1. reception- com' Augustine; the :Supreme Court at Tallahassee; But can aDJdnktl4thJup! be said otS.P.Towurend'i
throughout be divided into two or S hferior article W'hII vonnr man's liquid I Is not la be
S 'p which we sball'eive: the greatest number of subscriber The purchasers of this United Stes. The session les'On* The'well earned reputation which this House and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of COMPAR WITH THE OLD'DR'S.eeaue. ,
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: Engraving
: J: 5- between* to ttie tf rIam'iret ot January Magazine, ,1850.during and the the bear in mind that this Plate has been engraved- plca by fve the second Monday fr January last, and will has acquired to sustain.it isthe'. intention of the present"' proprietor Florida against the Government at Washington of on.k$4lft FACT that the one is INCA

.first year January,1 51, Ojhe Magaxine to ,be mailed Mr. Sartain expressly for this edition, and that end before the second Monday in Jue. The second Every accommodation' will be extended to either before Congress or at the Departments. ABLE of DrbtIO.ZA'N.and

0 f to each Post Ojneji or Jo subscribers through it,) the impressions will,therefore, be all of the first order to commence on the second Monday in July Invalids ADDRESS Jacksonville East Florida, ttERspoItS.
;
+ guests. travellers and others, will find ,
and not such and end on Friday before,the second Monday inDecember while the otheatf t: .. and
taken
continuance of the.whole are from secondhand '*,.r-i r, Ki9*
-. .ahall be entitled aj a this house desirable; It is situated facing the south
1850
4 Plates. thus allowing a short vacation at the May 2 tf tkt t tUn :U
lo
\ fragments the add
,number of < on 'gratuitously, for one year Engis ofeacta with dark piazzas,175 feet long, with court ; sour
p end session. Students will be required yard I'liquid explndtngt $ ine Other goods t II"'nottnis
'Of the for which the sub- t
"H'
p .
'after the year in front and protected from northeast winds. The Horrible
pay half the tuition for a in advance. < rosd be poUonous ta the system J-
.' teriptions been paid. "1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates the balance atthe end of Ion S. rooms are eligibly situated,large.and airy, the .. ,DYING AND, SCOURING. WAgs I pC aWl ..,Gonad, 'M tI amid I
S t fl The M&gaLI'ei1 M continued on, either to man foreign to .,t building fixtures,&0.,being new.The House,built What cauwi irtfMU but add 1 Do we not aU know
? the subecriberqhpmsels, or to the agent through -" -' .,my, feelg. RATE 01 TCITION. orw'OGdis lathed and plastered,&0.: In a word it E ST, AD Ii5snfE'i T that when foott| 8rt'ln or stomachs what ml-TilTri
p. ; whom we mayGODET8 re the orders for quantities, Tenth & is built expessly for the purpose. t2VO,73YORK\ U produce T iuteaee, beartbnra. palpitatloa of the
v
and to'wbom tMk4go or packages may be di- A VIGO lranho.Rd'fr Orthography, Reading, a.nd.Penshp. With the many advantages combined, the STREET heart liver eotCbbgoi, dicnhaa,dyseatrry. eolieaad
i rect.dorto14hifbereshouldlebothIntheI :,' .per session, $300 sent' Mrs. pre (REAR-OF.-THE COURT.HOUSE,) Corruption of th Rbkri>4 1 What is Scrofula but aa acid
proprietress, :;,Davis those
I be.I DBAPremature ; assures patronizing humor In the t$t ;%What produces all the humor
ae town;a 1 Jiegewe bay Death. Arithetio,Geography, English Grmmr the house that her exertions will be. to SAVANNAHGEO., which bring oa prejttmt of the Skin Scald Head Salt
.
t ;" : Fostaee neil loiters t b nrt-patd. Ad- --- Hit'Ol'1. CGmpsltio and 1 0 please.. Very respectfully, : --' .- Rheum Eryalpt M Kfhlta Swelling. Fever Sore, and
dresT 8AM \\f& D CO and
PATTERSN" KINKELIN Spherical '-5 THE PROPRIETOR; .ALEXA1cDERG&LLOWAT all alteration Iliia and external It Is nothing ua-
ON SELF
c.21 ., PRESERVATION. ;Trigonometry,Mensuration of Surfaces dan
} :yhesnut heaven butj4ndtdsubtaacewhIch
; 9 PheJphi. sours are this
j ST.
AUOTOTISE O tJ 1849.
"_: Only 2 5 Cents. :Do.' of Slid, Navigation. : 1 'R''ETURNS his thanks to his friends for the spoil all the fa Id*,;of the body, more or less.' What
.a. :trr-i'! Conic ; and IntegralCalculus : favors he has received since he commenced causes Bhenmartf*;but a souror acid fluid which iar
; ] q1s BOOK FOR 1850. nnhig JL': information Book,just published the infirmities, is filled with useful Dierenti Philosophy DRUGS, ,CHEMICALS, &c. business in this city in 1832 and would state to his sinuate I the Joint and elsewhere Irrita-
on and
t I'! das ,Astronomy, : friends,and the public generally that during biB sag sad delicate tissues upon which U
Chemltry.BGtIYi elil"
of the Generative Organs. It lIner .
\ 1e4Goley isl alogy .PHYSICIANS. DRUGGISTS iND late visit to London and Scotland he sets 1 80 fiiseaMS impurity of the blood.
c Cpr an the otiurIN alike to YOUTH MANHOOD and OLD Geol'Og" Logic, 5 has acquired of i. tad nearly aU the aU"ial*
/ ia To ments Theology .COUHTHY ,HERCIIA.NTS.n'R. various improvements connected with which afflict _
S Mff.pi who apprehend or suffer under the dire Natur hnji jf anire,
lfot i a .Evdenc of : j. N"KISELER: 'BRO. DYING : Kow Is it not*JeS> e to aad sen 5'
the I ilr's ] which consequences early or prGlonge S ad.PolitcA most respect; ANDFRENCH CLEANING! fudt e ,and rajti *Y _
gave pages fd6tio Economy -. ,16 0' n.rutoinehla,5- _
l to all who feel the solicit attention to their j
: i mori thin 4 a* and 143 more than the sent Ancient, fresh stock of which he trusts wOI''enable him.iO-'gin
4 Ete
Languages 20 0'It. French general SOURING, ffiNTTNO ACID
"COM-
habits German
: l3dIcAlY. He ry and baneful -to all who in English, and American Drugs, "
I other Philadelij! : twenty gave 2,and engraving declining physical energy,are the victims of nervous W. PARRAMORErresident.W. : Medicines, Chemicals, *,
$I i* 136 than and mental debility and of moping and melancholy A. BRINSON Glassware,::Perfumery, Patent Medicines; &o--! Ladies'silk patronage._ ? ? .. : aad yet he woalt &li iwve|t understood that Old Di3n.eobTownnend. -
more and woolen Dresses '.
Shawls &
amonmwere ,despondency. Dr. K. Having opened a New Store No 294 Market (s-itedn.OmiicsZ SarsspsriU.la aU
I
BUNTING at
S one and .w'Ou sy- with a fully supply"of Fresh ; cleaned and dyed various colors so as to give gooj ITATION hl 3iArl6r preparation!! '. _,
: Godtj's : shall sura that READ THIS BOOK. 8. B. THOMAS,L we respectfully solicit Drugland Medicines satisfaction.. Table,Covers cleaned or dyed, 'as Heaven forbid S w*.Itoalddealla aa antic whisk
of 1849, and exee44 D. II. MAYS- country dealers to ex be would bear the ,
J.,. Ca present, The valuable advice and it amine, stock may required. GentIemen'garmsnsrenoao-j jb ejnWanceto .r.Towu'
and to t" impressive warning: Trustees. *.: our before-purchasing elsewhere in sends crt a l Which should
h--: come. Febrl1.18. the same good style as formerly brine down upon the
ep as not to be
< gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering, promising.one and,all who may feel-disposed to Old Dr.such a me aWalo of complaint and crlntlaai
S Terms-Co. h int avance postage paid.: and save annually Thousands of Lives. extend to us their patronage,to sell them genuine surpassed by any done at the Nortt, or dyed as dona floss Agents:wh have sold sad purchasers whe

KAOKITIOK f SI. KPENSIVE FRZUmMS.J ._ ,Pant by reading it, will learn how t prevent Alachna County Tax CoUceor'* Sale., Drugs and.Mediofuelon liberal terms as any may cleaned required.and Ladles'bonneta In dyed,black" have used 8..P.ICttwnseaffs F IUI Q:COX-
of their children. pressed a superior st le.. Ladiea'and roUND.' !
derct'On ; other house in the city and,to faithfully .
I Subscriber: tol, a 'Clvb, or single Subscribers; -- execute Gentlemen' .Kid-GIoTet clean d after We with ttaadtniood
of 25 cents, enclosed in a let all orders entrusted to us,' the ,fceeaaseU to tie elMfcUtrktl.
"'1 may 'thokse uijfarcnt Engravings.' ter, addressed to DR.KINKELIN, N. W. cor. BY VIRTU autority, in me by law vest spatch.' .. ; promptly; and'with*.de" most.approved London fashion. ',.j.: : that. 8.P.TowawtmT'i article:aad Old fir.Jacob Town
in '
-. 4 **:t Oneeopy one'year three1 dollars,with any two ner or &Tuuti & UNION Streets- wii; between 8h, in the town sle'ofNewnansvjlle front of.thecourthouse ''On One. of the proprietors being".V regular Physician M1lth'a.bove M.KIEI., has been appoint id Agent for "tMtatter.4"1Ianapt&HI: thai
-S of the following;gnlond)d premium plates: "Death Spruce Pine, PHILADELPHIA or ensure a Monday, the eighth day of' July; A; affords ample guarantee of. the genuinequaliiy establishment and will;attend to the having not one atagta thine common.. j)
I Bed:of the RevJjJoan) Wesley;" "Wesley Preaching book;under- envelope, per retu m much of the-land owned by the D.I81 of all article sold at.their establishment. reception and delivery olwort.1n Jacksonville and As 8.r.Towu8iJ I.*c doctor,and never wa-*;'te ae ;

in the Gwen&p htheatr" America FIFTEEN YEARS persons,,Vbl'! S f'OlGwg.nae We respectfully Invite Druggists and country the surrounding country., ,Terms moderate -- chemist,no pbanaMautUVr-kaow no nora medicine

iii Guided by WiMoni;'*_ ., and Old extensive; and : > ;> merchants, who may wish to become Agents for March 2J..llOO., :3mRESORATIVE: er disease than axyftither common,uaselentflc.unproft-- ,
411 ; WhIter/ "Lfleaes of the Rev. John Wesley;" this city'have DDtrptd'.practice the most spent in '80 much of the land, being part of the Arredon; "Dr.- KeelertTCelebratedFamilyMedicines," < .', atonal man what ftu r snz.scs- the pubUe have that
the R John Fletcher expert do Grat, and:part of a tract of known (standard and popular remedies to they are reeelvlna jsaulna seUattflo 1DCIdl"'cen-
IJL Do. of his Co-laborer, r. and successful practitioner far:and near, In the lad .as ,) forward. their .NE'V' : taming all the ,virtu 1tha Article used ta JINIIUiaIIaa4
4 the lat two, thoitgh separate we treatment of all diseases.or Levy's 20,000 & tract, levied upon as the address. ,- ,- S which are faKiw )l.ef which
tngrnng a. private nature.- < prGP BOWLING AlJY'BILLLBD'3AthON jehaage* might lea-
count .'only iiren*iaia.i Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the body throat erty of Moses Lv.ad others,.lands Soliciting the patronage ge of.Dealers.we respect ;?. den them U. AQfftTa of Disease instead ef heaittb
p j Two copies 0' < allars, a any two o th or legs, pains in the head or bones, mercurialrheuinatism ted on day of fully, remain, : . :&C. S IF" Butwhateliesltoald;be expected ftomoe.who know* I
L above print to sach su >srib. ,, strictures, gravel, ; arising 80 much of a;:6,000 'acre' tract of land known ,J.N.'KEELER: fc'BRO., SUBSCRIBER nothing COIIIpan .IJI of nMdtela* or disease h U require -
S I Five copies fo? U$4< l an extra copy of from youthful excesses or da blood, as Atkinson and Cark Grant; lying between JYholesal'Druggiat Market, :1$ qnHE-.Jl.. STRUT has just opened, on BAT *a person tsttat oxoeHeace to cook aad terra w f .
S" the Book, and tiro above to Newnansville and river ,North side;one door from the eor- van a common ijeeeal mealj How mask mom tope
34
: engravings the
and Scpt.27-ly
aey whereby constitution become / _
supposed .
t-.tb '( h eneebld t Philadelphia.Colombia. ,. nan Liberty street 'a REsroatATrvs Bowun tantla It that thst:''waan* wSo.maauActan BiedUia
to John
: .; -S'_ penonSleven send4g ie ': are all belong 1 Berrien; also much of deaigaedfcr T '
treat wIh.ueal sO ALuTHa.nd :
BILLIA&D ffg
I. ;sj : : 1 S e0p1tsjorLwty noun* and an 'extraS He the of Dr.:K.;, land owned by of D. L:Clnc adverse ..County"Tax,Collector's !a1..,", ment has heeD SAWOJU :The Establish ;MTJUX nosuCTatAvb; If :psnxstxo maea
< '. iool .s4, fcay above c grant, being tho, of fitted up entirely new;and is
; .1P1cUh. religiously confide In his \- open.
ttCh. en may as a gentle.manandoonfldentlyrclyupon wit limit for the reception-visitors at the should know w5TOpiflt** of plaafc tb*
-5 4 '1. ;. "< : & I his skill as a physician. Grant; and prairie; also,'somuch'of BY'Tirtu*of the power vested In me by lawrl 'usual hour. cast tttanaer of ifcwtii g and Concentrating their hesHaiIrtuea
'
'd \ ::1 5 Any personj nijsg* *ve dl in, ava.nI,1 .' : the land owned, or formerly represented :: expose for sale,"in front of the Court .TII.m BAR. also M erte* i.iaiwledge of the various disease

"ft :: *,lubecriplien for 1..Ju and w b ntted t (! PCrnuta distance may address & by S.D. or D. S. part a tract of House door, in the Town Alligator, on the first Has nsuod wills the'choicest U'in01'l Qd *which afic*Ihelhnmaa iystamand how ta adapt
; &I : 4*any four of t apove engravings.tlwi by C ) and be cured at D. land known a Corbitting o also sec. Monday July,next,':the-folio wing .described beverages to nit every .:will M remedies to these 6beaiej i '
po ** .' in4: PACKAGES7MEDICINES' 2,township ,range 14 property,or so much thereof with&teb.o pnepare.iscnyIU It to to arrest d and* upon! the tbrtuu.(1D pour
townshij will ne
delicac1q
1'4-; -, More Ink DIEc tin 1 atGD pay the State of .. balm into woaridodlhubaair*,tn kindle hop ia the dsntpatrlng
: lWtaloeT. TION;&forwarded by sending a .rage 20,' section 11, tWshpl.: range 21, and County tax due,thereon for;the year 1849, be S" 10&11'". 'timet av.pplied; boson te res$ra health sad bloom.and vtoof

,*. t, ',; ;;For twent'ddlars .ae t .of the and put o from.tOP GE OR.CU ,township 11, range IpQ'-. and the necessary,expenses.incJdenth.ret-ri I 'The. BWlUd't.r 1a Into the emahed ka4 broke. and to banish Inflmtty that
'S S .%!t'L' be ise t, and a copy of ether of RIOSITY.ftjBooksellers. the property of Isaac Frost; also section 16 tW 140 acres first rate land, of 'Usa be OLD'DL JACO3 TOWNSBND has 6OCGUT aad
S
; s .magndtamc\ rinte sent to each News -.Agents, \,1( S rioet,and an extt' uoP the ', anengraving and all others with .the above section 6, townshlpiange! 19, levied upon as 19 and 2 Section 7.Township I.South of Range 12 Is of the most beautiful construct1OD. air&lid Grand;UBArersal Concentrated

4,1, S ii' t the (*ending the:.Clnb.?They work very low,rates.;npple ,; property of Wm.Thorn, trustee; also n much bt East; now orIstely.belonging. tothe 'stat 01 1D&nbbef'tl1w S Eemedy .. '. .
I' "S can IB a c.ielect Which' they p1.f .' .*| a. : the land,being part of the Arredondo grant,owned ThOLlAYIngsLou,deceas.d5 -' "f .,- : !,BogM ""4 litbis-- the ruab *ad W Ike Inowiedis S oCsU who

S j ?':;._' '. For (w'wiil send ten copies of the ". by Mary F Lewis; wife of. ohn.U.Lewis, and -:5 v- ,A..LtT..WRIGHT", T'$. ':4kh'a1so just from'the woitaati iDa' <' 'that they rnrL._.,.", ',, ..
nT
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: '
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;: and-tiyrtycsip ;of anyof the above.a- returned by George M.Payne;agent for John H ( artE&O/ silence forth "
2U-
i Bt Amttar .entertalnmena
., .OCE.I. Lewis, sections pointed out on dayor sale 'also so 'awl an4 OOU1bXt5fgUeZtI. T q.sf..A W"".,:
'.' l Pr i ,tt! : ; : Colkcttw'of.Col g 1abeenproyIded.,, ; -, "
exlstbgbi
covnzy3' : .
e.e.hp.hetfor much of the land of the ,*.>N': "'A' I
I : Qt i *
.ga'' Grant:owned by the.b lr*.of Nathaniel Wells .
'.. theJy1ll Hotel,'?" 'toder;the D sections pointed out on day of sale .also h! 5 -- -': Notice' tablkhiaentawirtngtheaxth.ai; 1 bali spars DO -. EriMwLi; .1 '. ., )..
; so muc
The :
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e1vzedR1a
Tbe above $ prints. firm effort i .
-
,aad ? the .; tajxrnfribttte to their reoreatlon.u t'. s;# '
I : Wjey 7 contains manportra1tJ.LsJ tlet" Cz of land, being,-&of.the;Arredondo OraaM$, ISTTERSbp fi' : :
-. '' '. t Db o ; day.ln4 b consent..,: businesswiTh owned.by.Henry G. Marquand. sections ADMINiaraATiON 'v4f.GEORGE: ; ; ; SXIFFfr mu. points
K (q t Aph" eon- by SAMUEL out 0 .i..4.Estat.ot Joh*:- ; JsentJuia; ,lr; 18BCk.r ;. S 1\
cndct BUB- on dayrf alet-a will pay foe the State and ; :: i l k1sonWktiE.rtd
55 hundreds o: Ij 14. FINGTON,who is having be a jmnted to tl"sSwriBeftylhtffiu,.
five 4&uu4reddo4Ias-'t' H. ."America debts of th late t County tax AUcb.ua county for th.year S18*? ;Iqdg of Probate _: .. .. .., ; 'gJ ,.t,
,J engrave Una and attend to ;;fts.Monroe County, FliL?ali p..a. 'Aug.23'1 j :: t-
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1 : Unetel PHILIP COX. : the sane will be barred- t ty .x, r n vv w jotyiStATLT
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