The Florida Republican
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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: August 1, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00048
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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.,<', If L, i -- .1 twined IWs1aur1'am Dd' iatyr'scmw oUr forces ori'tbe..1U Grande(the late' mated,him in the latest moments'of existence ; *4 .u-'lfto .. t.l
'"t", .::1:0. Wednesday; <.$ j **#;|following\the I ,he,woald1 say 'exnltinlyf *Happy, President.of fthaiUnitedStalesf rwasjsur- even when the light,of tjDte: =:.s t : ptMf .1Iie.:&dtMr"": "

- death of tbe.l mentetTATid| *,'Mr. :DOWKS, I am I;that by my death, I .have'done' more :rounded,:illuft-t'n ftsuedby; flickering iniu a cke4 a&permrttedfo'repeat -not i : .We if cekt j'bi 'f
: biri "orerea j u & & resoU for thateo"ntr1..hiebl'oYed&Dd': served, an over he .commanding ra .the expression of.the''departed.Tjtriot, ; v, .f"' : ,. .. ...J 1
i. rLotkrii,; .' ,, .,than I did or could do by ,all the. devotion small but gallant, band. "Every' American u his reeolIectioB. tamed to die receatl Y lit '! t. ., } ." I .r '" ,", .rt.t.RUIe.
': .* *.< aid.,'_4'J:BjiDpiqij-,'' Mr." Wi, .-: :and all the efforts that} ould 'make, C"her. heart beat with anxiety and fear,*We feiq be bad made toab :xnonament-now thing < : ;; ) ; .. ... ,mnora., .. .-..,....-"
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', rra proceeded follows j.'1.l j jBf'iffn 'behalf during the short'sjanfof;earthly I as asAmericana.should feel,:,that'anreverse: erected toJ.t1 ',memory of iWashJnglott>- <-Ud. ,beaatitdl .01 tU w..y
Spfrtt>fJ',at iIeti1en the -mat existence." .- then,would castia some degrees cloud,over. Let it nse, (he said;) let:ivseendtw4tboOt of' ; tth. 1' ." W.
eon of feUow-ciiizeBa'eiJoy' reoonnbietetltb I 'bfr&cretaijgeat! as.this'calamity* is the country olfour-b U1u.'',When, the news interraption;let it pointrto:thaJskiest let& "-.} -'.1Dteu1tuDIP' .- .... ,I '.. ..J' s".J; f
and happiBestkrofiffboot the fwbolecmnlyyit tnourn'but not as those without hope.- reached us that the'gallant General !of'that stand forever as a lastinr monocaat!df thegratitude to .".,' ; .:, IiI' ,_,. .. .va 1.' .K'4' ..
haS p1eu44 K f Proridence ton We have seen one eminentmanf andanoth* little band bad marched from his'position re* and a&ctioa cfoa':Jfreei peos-te mi OU., > ntD r---. -ftD, ..

_twoBotue5 Congress," mod especially -' er emin at.man, and at last a man in .them gardless of the danger had retraced his foot the lather. of_ his eoantr/. !_ !, ''.*- ;i -W.f the : -) .L ;i 1.I& -; >
House w th ,rtpetted occasions eminent elation;. faU.away.r m:the steps and conquered the foe' at Resaca de j la ''.0'HrS-' ,._" ..,. ... ..-." _, "* *!*.,*. '41d, ''' 'r''

for 'aonrninjc' sod 'iameBtxUra. Since the midst bfni:: Buftl dob1 f not ther'ia' Pah rlno man *but .he who".was,.away 1 4' "' "' ",;i ,:,i ..
caBmeacemeixtoflhtlisecsotl we, bare lolJowed .' Power above nseercisingoverns' thar parental from-his'country In 'a foreign 'land could onWs Speech. .,', ; -
two of onr owy *mWrs to their t care that has marked our:progress for have 'felt''What wOe' American citizens 't.r"7!Bt..-- {:i" .to Smnltl.-neme. 'iB -

koae, &Del we are now called jupon, ia eon- so many years,' I have confidence still that felt at. those tidings. Senators the < ) b,
1vDCtiOn with the othet hrMCtt of the Leg. the place of the departed will be.:supplied; gallantry-of.the man appreciated not only ..:The IfoIIowtngcWttjc ;w f the coneiasioa' of ; .CoL-T.yIoil .r" lh' I
tsIatBre'aitd ia fall sympathy)with that deep that the kind, beneficient favor of AlmightyGod by his countrymen bat it,wasfelt and appreciated Mr.S tone mffictkm .whh: Ian cure .is felt will still be with'us,'and that we shall ,by the fir6tm litary.meD of Europe. is an..e1oquttn&' gratefofexpressioapf: ; iear the temai J'a,e .'
jbnmghout all the ccwntryvW take part ..intaeiart he,borne-along, and borne*upwanTand,'ur The living hero of the age,'the great Bake of euc: sfl6timentsVs are entertained.by all fi ) The foreign miDit' !. U ajpOre 1ZMt
and.due eoletwuties o r the funeral of ward on the WIngs'of His'sustaining Provi Wellington"declared, as Napolepa had Declared enligfirfhed Torsigersndweii 1 bred gentlemen I 'costutae. WTh 'r' .;
|he late President of fte Uniteid States. dence.. May. God grant; that in' the: time of him boa certain7 & ioDr-'G n i:who* are admitted 'to the privileges of .be ; : C Dlll_-CODWII.1'a-! ,,-IIU.J ..,,J' 8

Truly, sir, was it sjud ia,this eommunicalioivread that is before as, there may.not be .wantingto ral.Taylor.is a General indeed" r therefore American cititizenship'iand" to seatiin'the tT! the President t,ws4 'poD ;."JiIaIIen
to us, that &t&"grea baa'has fallen os as wise men, as good men for our Senators, nofsurprised that the ear National, CouncilS ;Every V6ne'will: be 'b the'centre 4b !EaatrB{Dd a
among'o 'The late PreskleBt of the Unitird counsellons as he was whose funeral. :obsequies .- thasiastic spirit"of,the,American,people. I led struck.with,its good taste as :well as its eloquence ; elegantly coeret kh btkloi p

States; .originally a[fjsoldi r;,by profession we,now propose to celebrate! them to'support a mail .whose: patriotism, and iJ.l like"crarselvesi they eannbt: t : platform was :;profuaeslr trimmed
) yju gone jthrongb'ja )Jortr Iand splendid Mr. CASS. Again and again, during the whose 'deYOtJon to his country :whose 'gal subscribe to. Mr." ..Scale's rposlticms: willebeerfallrjaccede : decpiatei with b .*$ p&.T': ;-""
career ol,rnUitary,serjjc*; close of session.has warning 'voicecome lantryi and whose' successful l services on the to 'him"indivi4aalJy \the : ; Obedient to. the: Q' of iJJe'f"

the late war kith; Il* ic6, hftome'so much from present the tomb,saying to all of us, &ye also field most have endeared him to the .hearts talents of a'statesmani" "* *the' -feelinirs*, :of a family pray riit. *said over! the. re- .
endeared'the'pebp&of! the jUnited States Two of our colleagues have fallen of all. As a man.1 have said,he was.hon gentleman, i < ; of tb.decease4i4n"1whiA .oa
theu.wlth'solilh' ready. est of purpose. :"His patriotism,Tiis'devotjon We;trust that'aappeil tike this Ybr the bitt th immedia r4hupf the fam
bad a degree have
ud Inspired in the midst of their labours we "' '
pf r& Dd confldee,ibat without soliboraplicatioi4WitbO4 followed: them to the narrow house.where.all to the <.constitatioD'.of' the. country, gander TJsioir may'not' be,'unhe ded: Let'as ,not, to" .werepresent'- : which in an hour of madness choke. this fountain witnessed
be cherished those free institutions, up Dig : 'slight-ehanceiMt
derkms paths of politf, fuming pursuing a hair's any lesson must lie.which flU accompanies life we are in'us death from; and the'era this have never questioned.think I knew of political -social and' religious<'blessings }; that,M ..,:Tat br ejects to a'propo
him.well and I believe there ,no ,man to a Bugenng world Mr. Soule said; no to embalm the
breadth'to the right ;Sr ,be 'left from the dIe to the grave is'among' thOse mercifuI was i'i! bodyv-Whenttae refigioua I
path of dirty, agreattund pcrWerfol, and gen- dispensations of Providence which teach us more patriotic.; If errors were committed, I ,"Havi- bur brethren of the free States sufficiently cpmmenee At'.Jattr-,boar*' the
twos people saw fit t fey poplar vote and'oicito how transitory the things around as, and shall draw the curtain bvervthem. No, ,Ion pondered upon'tbe consequences of ; in this vast rooofiWaiisaeh! ; 'as-to* '-defl 1
; confer upon & m'the ;highest ciTil how soon they must be abandoned for an ger would I feel justified holding them up putting'the..South. ,to the. wall and forcing be akthontv in the natiba! We'. cannot forget existence'whh 'no hope but that :wbich is to the public gaze, even if they had been ten upon her the adoption of,desperate',measures family only were #went 'At.tiw fed ..'
that as in,other instants, so i in this, the pubIk held out by the Gospel of' our 'saviour. times as glaring as they were. '.The' >coon- they .shut4" ,their :eyes on the ( the cotfiD eat Mr. flldore.j: tear wfeom
feeling was won mid carried away, in And now another solemn warning is heard; try has reason to deplore the death of a great. clouds that e'on'th- horizon. Will they to r ;.the. members ofth'L,' i ", fi4

ome degree,by the ec4t; of military renown. and this time it will carry mourning to the man and, I must be permitted to add good brave,the..dangers; that:surround us;.when If harge"ea84 ;., pnnte1.
So it has been always find so H always will. hearts of twenty millions' of 'people.; Imoressivelv man.'; He has gone from among as, and the they can .a ert.:them.,forever,:.by' adhering eS|&!C.i and *Ter3> **& aomber deri.

btlwcaase high respect for noble feats inarms has it been said and reeate&Agreatman afflictive-. _'event. .has_ ,.been_ appealed. to_ to culti.J faithfully to!: a, .Compromise, w lCh.they! mt .of all denominiboSt ,.. *- '.
has bee, and| 1 ways will be outpoured has fallen in Israel. In the vate and cherish kind relations. 1 trust in themselves', contrived.:against and;:imposed '.Rey..S. """ ,Pyne 4hOPr& nt'Ep
from the hearts bf the 'members of a providence of God the Chief Magitrate"of God that these kind relations will be 'cherished upon the South, and.wheuthe' South is witting & : : church- wbo .affended :tha President
popular,Government. 1,But i, will be a great the republic, to whom his fellow-citizens and that we shall on thia'day'vow-on to abide by.it!'",Sir, is the permanency Jus illness assedlby| Bet* DriB
mistake to suppose that the late President of had confided the high executive duties of the the altar of oar country to discard all bick. of this Republic of so little value' to, then, ,' ,chaplain the U. |.$eaaxe,lad 7reeto* J
the Uaited States owtsilbis advancement to country, has been suddenly taken from'us- ering and strife' all sectional dissensions, that they will' 'not secure it at such a price 1 Trinity church,perfcvmai the yVmt tfti1
hi acceptability and tire and die,as Americansshoald'in, Methinks I can read the characters which a n banal servft OItbthTS i A.
high civil trust, or great ripe, indeed,' in years and honors, and but $
with the people, to milijary talent or ability the other day in the full possession of.. his sOl port of the Union.Mr.BERRIEN. mysterious ,hand ,is..writin .-lupon: these The exerciseswermep" .by. _the 'P
associated with watls. .. ,... !. anthem J heaa 'aaBa.na
sirthat '
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alone. I believe health, and with the promise of of 4 r n
years Senators I to 'Lace
:yield ; i.a 'Yetsirbasl asthsmeasnreda. unto me,writeiVfrite from foi0k
admiration Jorthose "
the highest qualities po faithful and services before him.-
patriotic suggestion which! has been made to me since astrous as will be the,'consequence, and : are the dead wiflci'6 ,sn,:the Lord,
cessed him there spread throughout '
by 4s The statesman, occupying as'proud a posi'ti9nas oar assembling here this morning,. ,by. a 'as 'l forther rest' from.uu fjj borki'aad .their
struggle- against-
confidence strefaaposly may
the conmnnity a high{Degree'of this world offers human has
to hopes, -
hljt associate in this
respected making follow themT -S.
Amen.e Thk
his and honor and while it is open:to debate my opposition toit Ww
and faith integrfcy uprightness been struck down in a crisis which demand : ,
brief '
waS trespass'on your time.- It is 'not my _will end here. I may think less of the, ur admirably sung by mi Cfl Ulf Vi BBmCSTV:. 5
1belerdihe especially tpo '
man. The'
a wisdom
as his firmness and
ed all : conqueror "
in these brief' and unpremeditated it the direction of
and mild purpose wrong it occasions the injury inflicts, the prafessor Bertya;
both i'firm a field J has ,
regarded as battle foughthis
upon many remarks, to pronounce a enlogiam on the departed readiBt f'theesa1m.i ijjt .;
it'menaces and the dismemberment _
: have oppression -
in the exercise oijtathority and I t"and' The : .
moa last fi been'vanqnished.
'Chief Magistrate That has .beenallPltcIone to iheEpincop4zv-ice. ,\ .w
in ihu4 and in other that awaits it; but whenever thai controversy ,
Absented more than ont, unharmed through '
soldier who had
passed already in terms' Lt ,impressive J B '.J .J t
once ev and
this:chamber !andreaches r f 1jne bererOI. tla a. .
beyond: ;
popular Governaen'i that the prevalent has fallen1 before the passes \'
a bloody fray :and Nor is "
many eloquent. my'design pathetic- 'w ".
the of collision and .t
motive with the masse of mankind for conferring the How point : rapture, U.L'i i
shaft of destroyer truly are -
great to give expression to individual and .
person fA
of all I naa aucwG' treat JBa4 ,
deepsense owe adopted coonry
high power onthdrvrdoals their in their mildness, i'J'i"
paternal descend the
protecting and the to
The mighty in .the.bosom of him .
to then
The repose ; ate to jts native,sons,and to that:alt:wise great man COn4aXCdtheI: essentials 'f 1:
and fefe .
secure, tomb together and together are covered with who cherishes it. 'Nor yet do I seek to give Providence that holds in'its hands..the desti- true greatness"as i lej 'existed ia the .": ,
people naturally feel cafe';' where they feel Ecold cJ dof the and thus pass [ .
the feeble anl.'imperfectDtteranee to a'nation's niesof nations. Until the State;that.'made of.the,late PjSiJent TaT. JIiIL >
themselves to be nndar the caatrol and protectionofsoberconnciEof honors and the cares of life! ,will "to-
minds an.ylhe grief.: That be done by par countrymen ''me whatever I am' summons me *tol other tile noaect'.Cewer;} v
impartial The moment is too solemn and impressive in their primary,assemblages as this melancholly duties, and other r Solves'! shall abide by appropriate and JnfT"a*i*?

and* a general patecnatisperintefldence.t : for labored addresses. Thoughts not words; ,intelligence flies with, lightning speed the Union I shall neither: fo tl1or: disown bappily. aidverted tp thdT enc* Ofth'>.41. _..
I sir, that nb ca efer happened the tribute.which it demands. History 'n L7-- 5)
soppose. ate to the remotest borders of the Republic ,and cintJ oweier-BnJ-toflrltt. hiffare'6er : '
ia the very best dan.vf.th4)lIIrt'bli wSl,U **-tW-jUc ajutJ..pfttgio* H* .-1.. "._ _01.1.idu a-1I1 claims on me I ,Sir. President, I 7. ; f their. respective cortses.i 'TbeyrJ
vhea any man will lire in the memory of bis countrymen which the feelings of a free and :sensitive '1iardlY:8uppress. and yet.I feel quite nn-' : pssemWeJwith[ ns 4i P'a"
the highest authority i id the SWe under circumstances an be lived in their hearts and affections." people will impart to the expressions of emotions able to give utterance to,the emotions which worth., Such 4iiojswcg, .

more 'repeSing all :suspicion of His active life was spent in their service' springing direcdy from.their own sorrowing those;:claims :awaken: i in, my heart., Only our. high appreciatio Pl' jMany:ja teaVKt. 3
personal application. All suspicion of pursuing and in those scenes of peril, of exertion, and hearts., 'We should vainly attempt think'of 'oDe'\'WhO mealy lifej ;;for. 'some particular .point!; iiied tbwnr .
any-crooked path it politic*!or all suspicion of exposure which it is the lot of the American by anticipation'to give,I utterance:to' their humble strivings for liberty his native land," 'of thesdigiiitnej,and prodneedtC cS

of having been$ ..by sinister soldier to encounter, and which he meets feelings.; Still less would I venture to intrude brought Upon' hl.m. the* ...monarch's risible' ,! impression lire audience)
views.and'purposes,tbaa ithecase:; of the without murmur, faithful to his duty, .lead upon t the. mourning inmates: of;ibatdomesticcfrcle frown, and 'had to' ,qUI( country, family, : &.' .) OD.ti 1 Auorsey. esi
worthy,and eminent, aid fllstipguished, and him where it may in life or death. His who are still clustering round friends-everything that ia 'dear and sacred 1'H; ral, wept Tike a., ; hthugboutae.
pood man whose deats.wje flow deplore.Hehaslefttothe'peopli .- splendid military exploits have placed him the mortal remain a 'departed'(husband to the human 'heart. :To:'this, the land of peared f cry muchfecib'ir.: .
l :COlntrf a among' the great captains" of.the age,'and and father; for tbef sorrows" of widowhood, the free-sanctified by the virtues and patriotism In his closing,remarl .
legacy'in this he has left bvr4a bright exrilh will be an, imperishable monument of his and of orphanage are sacred. of.a Washington, a'Franklin, a Jefferson ; ''eloquent- allusion t.'tjJa Wasbiag'toaMnomnt'oweiecii
ample, which addresse;:;f'" 'I. peculiar own fame and of the glory of bis country.In .- But concurring as I do most cordially,.:D -he directed his steps He'cameand i 4I.expreed his '5

force to 'the young and | jf t generation; the disparity force they carry ns back the sentiments which have been so touchingly found. freedom andwelcome.! ", Poor be was, ; opinion' that the goTergBteatsaosH-,par- 4'
for'H tells them there tij:: ;,fam to the highest. for similar examples the earlier ages of and eloquently,expressed in various portions caredjlori. 'friend1 %rhe, was .befnendedpatronage ? chase the\birth-place*i&,)f"ashiagUxv and
degree! 'of renown-strati' ; n steady; the world-to the combats which historyhas of this chamber-if r could succeed in seconded his efforts;success crown-, : ;; erect thereon"a mansble< Jn;iwhere could be -p.a

without change or deviate BV d|! recorded..and where inequality yielded addinr one.even the slightest'motive*in furnishmg ..l hi. tt'4i1..;..,,. ...A. .T*.mrAfi\.. and Knnnri fat, gathered theashes of aihAmericaaPresideat. $ : -
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E If;. Secretary Thy fw jfr Louisiana to the exertion ,of skill and valor.: .B1t.1 one,:even the feeblest incentive : y h!. merits, lo! the exile finds himSeutD : ., from,Washingto n;tbftilathtr nith .5-
(Mr. Downs) has detail? bortythenenta aeed not recur to.them are they not written i iin the suggestion,whkh the honorable. .Senators : the midst of the sages of the. republic-ran : Country, until the end UaB.
iu the military career,f1era: 'Ta orHis .- i burning characters upon the heart of every have urged of the use.,which- we .ought' to .associate with patriots ia a senate oi equals! During theremo'4t{ paD and :

service through hi*'jlije i was-1 mostly on American t make or thissoleinirs.ndaffihctivedispensa.non :Ah J t believe you,sir, that I could erer",tear r' ing the lid permariehtlyj yi cofta i -
the frontier' ,and always afltard, ,service-of- Strong in the confidence ofhis' country of Providencemy purpose 'will have ,ouSt of' my: heart t such a; ;remembrance. was sw tly nn bTt* interestint4mnrhter3 -

,,. tCua. c with the fribeji Indians all along men'_he was called to the chief Magistracy been accomplished-myiduty: will have this, ?. .that I could Jift arm otminein, such : IMrEberEaEliL j1
the frontier for maey thousands of miles. at a period of great difficulty-more portentous been fulfilled.;:. In:my. ctio.na'.uponthis .a :"strife: ,? May,it perish,sooner! But sir ; nJt fampbs at.To .
It has.betn jnetiy retntrMT by.one. of thDost indeed, than'any we ;.have'ever: expe subject, have felt that.this dispensation of .and yon Senators,'ulloW) me a last warning : 41*lblsst throne stilt- :;'.ktaer ts1.t'
"1. ,. eloquent rxien'whftrelTpi;; was ever rieneed. And'now be has1 been called by ,Providence s.i i its results, to be .eminently Justice to the South if you *iah perpetuity How- paMtfol; sad sla Jw *i tsiM b&seEa&beartdn ,.
<" heard ia these houses fliajy'iIa in Indi tWaia'1bat his functions with'his 'of evil to'our ,
:<, providence from high productive good or common to tin Union Whoever adbeI'YOIJ'to the ; : ysM
;. heroes are c4e4edbut 'that H mission unfulfilled leaving us'to mourn ;his country;and in bumble reliance'on the blessing eountrary,'can bhiy be s'tired.by that ling \; 4' I
t" i 'lh rt they are f rme.. Ube tard. service loss india bonor his memory:' His*own and guidance of a beneficient Providence, of spirits,'whose throne'is darkness-? the :
J..:' the! awn discipline, detplcmg' $n .all"'those last words spoken wJth.equal truth and- sincerity it depends apon ns, Senators,'and. .our-J associates abyss bMight.1, : / I;-. ,._ "r Bow Alt bIge nreaUjJb eer..wse rests'frs-ii.wssa&
hl' who have ner to defend. constitute. highest eulogy. "I am in the discharge of the important ,-i f ; : &,tdIesvei proud aatiaa"OWfcemr rt4:1M
Da,often t their own, not.afraid to'die1 said the dying; patriot;,*:'J trnsts'whichare Jcormmtted 'to"tliis""biShe i ".i hiNPtes1d.ni ; t / lorn,toll rut1j'itiib aotbi*

$.-' befog I arreatextenti"i> ; into habits: con-' ofvagelif have done.my doty. ;The integrity of his legislative'assembly a free-people-it depends rr.F Um r was'inangurated President'of : ; Lad kt toe ba was't2rf-hfM neb1n4aatkiat$.14I ie4 on'b1s'kisFoi'OW -S fe
tsU rith motives assailed 'assailable.He .- : aM 'the coordinate '
essen4allyupon as
; was never or : : the! ,Stated_otf Vednesdayv the 10th And vu deep-ia'tbe bsp13a t ta ioa4s
|| t rder:to fore-i had passed through life, and a l long and department of ibe Government;r to improve inst,'at twelTe'tfefock;; 'Though' l ctedice"PridenthebaI as p I ,_,, aed ? ', 1tr' _rii0th; "
see and overcome their Kirajage as- all'these active one; neither meriting nor meeting1, reproach this afflictive.dispensation Almighty : 1 cceeded"bythcdeath Let tb. flag.whkJi btf.V
things tend to' make pvoj| ilhary _char Iud ; : Which. often streamed o'si1biis a ts bstges,
: and in his last-hour the" conviction :God to purposes at'once salutary beneficial of the'lamented Tal10r'tti all the honors '
., ..,.' acter.; .- /;/ T 'f I: 'T of the honest discharge i of bit duty':was present I to the great interests of,the[country.- and responsibnitiei-of"bigb.1. m e : : Ob clmlet.Seree him dorm mt! with'i iia .* u1 t I
"For a very oritimf, 1It lad| a connex- to'console even when the things of this If we can feel that in the sudden '.deat&.of01U' which'he now holds,1 and,is inal .respects ) And halq's ofgbryeircI..M a
< F ion,with the Executive*Gpn| 'lf1et' ofth1eountry life were fast fading away.,' : patriot,.chieftain-,,his.abrupt summons entitled! ; to the','same'' consideration Iliac .'Tb beautiful 1inesetI' osxp se& byttMr..BE1iIes. J 5.
-.':.F'. and at that time yery jjsrOons, 'emBarrassine Let humbly hope that this'afflicting of one ''without feat,and, without;re--had been'originally elevated toil by the peo ; '-
y rircumstantes' [;< listed between dispensation of Providence may not be wIth. proach"--m the.vigor of life,.and in fall.en ple. (What, 'Bis polierwifl( be upon'the itO- I -At the close of this &|m$a dettetaS*>
: '
',,:, tblJnited.states and |ifectfiaDv theIndians.on, :the out salutary influence. upon the"American oyment of the highest honors,- the most absorbing topic of the day, remains to bed. : of United States BoWienLA? see noble caSfi.1
',, ;.( borders aad'war"wu: ragiajr1 be- people and upon their"'representatives. ,It gratifying'reward which unbougbt hom veloped.; .HHirnotthe*Governor of-New : tenancy' borempleeSd4cet cif- the.& .4P1
tween the United Stairs Undjjfhe I FIuidtribes comes in ,the midst 'of'a"strong agitation, age,of.a free people could accord to him -if Yorkvor'the President of-the'Nortb but the feelings. theri ent reih'a4 Wokcharga iii -
;andFejj well amtMbet. that thoseio.bokcoOciltoge4er mOISt disastrous we can, feel the. of';.this. sudden : ''
riit threatening consequencesto solemnity Chief MagistrateoftheYtOle! 'c9nntrybav.ing :: : ther remains, bearing'1
TO occasionofficially nd :of call of individual esteemed, so, honored safCages of
oar oantiy, to 'greatcause an, so ; received, amon ;others ,
.' and who.wer*desmjot: ''oUplacingtbeLtary.onPu& self-government throughout tbW; TIL :It ,'so sorronnded"with all that oUJdLcontr' IeTen'lsouther 'states:;WIth 'fresh:1.responsibiiities -, : -ri services,througlM4i thmst i
: : c fq' tik1"; handS is soiemn'appea: )iand'6hou1d: bV solemnly: bute to.the-; happinesi 'of! man fHre can resting uponbimTan&.: :Thought i !were of ftmost.solemaDr a.Iab! :
,came t to theeonelasioai Jhwan tWte: wai,jo: heard and' heeded. 'His" tleath/whose loss truly appreciate the'- lesson which suc1-s: elicited by 'the fliec siOa.o1tIac.: various lime character!.worthy O1LUtO1by&IhM1 'S

luthice' mor] 1 ynitng the4ualities we mourn,-will'not tJei,in".vain, it/tends to: dispensation calculated Jmpartathea, I plans for adjustingtbe1etrit0riaqUe5t10fl' ,tto I nations.of wozld 44 '-
of military abHy i:| peat person- nbdue the feelings that have. .been"'excited Senators,.consequences the, most ,beneficial .nide'hIS Mep' we are':encou hope : -:' 1rtt-ii'i; esoit .
'0 il prodence of ,than' an&Jle and.to.prepare'the!various'/ nlofl:our may'resaltfrom. *If it'shall U."'Us' to that he,will, bring to5 the';discharga.ofc Jii5Jaew I ; : ''TuaCorsxzA1.IIUTh;; .1
wa*: ,course, appoinfortanately 4(hcomad country form m tualeprit: of, foTbearance, realize the mp r ve littleness of sublunairy duties aa'enla d.pairiotia a6rzx' I! : yiUe&ut4labamiaA ,-

r"iJGot 'wUi i ; 'of' which shall ensure the safety of all by:zealroMcopperatiba'ofall. things -if it shall enable,.us'in :sincerity, determinatioii t to'deal nreuiIji4etd; all Owing theheavy iiiith !ibiSkt.Wr

faflttLbeeen, me ; cJrmJ"'.part, : ., ,'Ve u1dOre-DC to feel that this,transitory life ia ,which! w, sections of .the'eountryvfibkftowa,that f have been-visited,the !Ti.&oLtn ,'
ptbiT bt+ !iiI ye fouMfnncbqped.nhl : more appropriate nor duta.bJe1ribute! /t rde are",soinetiflaes straggling,in the.bitter dissensions ', bVdoes |io|participale irfihe. h.ghe. .lae and cottan,:have been MOJ" 7i

*?*A eir n mf,A 4tfMfl' trt2i*! 4iqonde It.. codun.s44 parted worth than such;a'sacrifice of;'coo.. which politick'parties'or' ctionaird sentiments.of' Senator' oew.r.' between : this .section Mote ,. t"e.GqTfrn .nt,1oq4" .JIW flicting,views'aponthe'alter of our'common visions are'bat tooaptto Oginder.bat the whom aad'himieirth reI bai bee rt 'polrUTfcal ; l crop cannot be'expeeted.t f.nissso
1JDODtbS.h. "LC dealh{ he will brief eontinuaaceherelubutiaingle : oiTthi0dbect.pf ome1ear,standiiencj AttoniJ&fraii ial Greene eo -
country iifejand"inx; term pf:oar 1 feod ; }
be4 iS. : .
$ 1i pti I" cbepqtiqgI1e "
; ; !
have A6aite'.e f -j. tiitheeame-sta1ele
to he7favorzbleop4of ; equally devoted himself:to Tier service step in tbetseriesDf .' ,," '. ',." ,1' '
7 and.her et1r"*- *: -* > 1 -a mere point al whicbman pauses to,look I .ng.i'"ff.tl11e eltntion O" ".u.of Yr 'ViJmo 'to Ibe 1'ra- The'lwMrworBi ias""aftioni
_. eelopbg.bi4 : *, -. ; ? i 1 etW
.ia4 ; aioand.himbeforehelaahcheson; eternity's 'prblf:;esdt, in} : j arti&Jjf I, 'arleast a'monthforej *
... 4rfDpp..y ul3p9fNy. r.nJhem Mr.KING.ilr.Secrttary.itUnotmyd*. ocean-iif wi .estimate oorselves, oftli&cabmet- and ihreatens tiw t
ean"jastry j 1
G ubtl bb** .left tb1sia4 si after the eloquent.triJ.1Itetb has been not wtseorgaiz ; 'J
O.D a data*:which ideVDjveljpoBoKwe -. J thernezbb1thOcabin croprwhichV theveyackLT
that aI : : the cotton
and appreciate i
rightly ccouute:: :
'_ f the couny &.*k1. .iemIO-. pai4ta the memory.of; :the deceased.Presdeat >, '.ballindeed,ba r% extrac. Recent bAv6tcndr$ Jh irresigna-, rn'

f" .f.J... at. ..; .J D- :11 :or.the United States,.,t.o;.,adds'njany! ted,froaitbi*jnelincbolyieveal thaualata.ry .; tioij'but that t iris. :aQ4eratood: }the)..will: :, 'pmmies to hb'sbozt,41 '
l to what has already fallen from the "
erq.1 the r theiD
which in i good _. I. "tho.t1utiei:
: and beneficient.JeaoD. ; : :
honorable It fortune nn "ec arga V JWTCI.jSsftawlC
to .
gentlemen. -was (
.' ." 'j. I my bf Providence-"t"*desrgnedjtto aVtrarU tsorthpMPWei,4'oLihe th"1, worm'in the earfy vpart OEthP
/ ness ..
; 4 'p G' ..10Ji. haUl 'ben1p4rsonalia&4d'matIlc.! : i --Jc-f"-r.- *; .
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.fl' . J. tf on tiiealtai oFoorcommon conntry'we : ,11ionntheeirefltthe ptesnt nt .
,. tllt'tm', :, "" ,I qualated who baa with been!;called the?difttingnished ftway-/rpnvamongns is ivjdual; ,, .em' sacrificeof '.\. 'l orl- .T binet'oes" utLweb p bIfVsflmoreiiramIttojui'&d ; iRDV3UCint ZA' ---
i'i. :f t for, thaw five _, : ctiogselingfmt4hs... thli1sEiI1id ; .
more iad-iwenty Mjirriati9ns.wiihhim'duriogtha4 -
f *years .
flrtilk" "i .i1 n k im h1iYeAsee ibl1th1
> wbthibeatt 4&gea fl.41J. -n. iel Vhst ,. ;
".. ::.;= Z d ..atilft" 4 were f
r"i ) I period, i
W and : tio of
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in .t) crttarii State::isXgp .
..,4'j"l._ _.. j M\IWj. .I of sficb'a;character.as eaable me to formal J >'bfpW"totetDlfadtieSw'' gSee : tat'msaually4seiraMe
iT" : .d e aenilT fit wn ojr.lh?
{ 'j' ; tbinki A correct estimate of the nan,,"andft ,
'iOi "J i I : .; defoly D-o' nthh PIuus uy got :&i' : I 'ul TappouitweS !'
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"-'- Y 11'. Iti,1J' .i "' ( 1icdo;1LtU: I tI wir':1uWi41J iD :.&ia .0A noet exciting oMS
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sfp.1 4eea foreshadowed.iolo .. __ 4) _*
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, i iL I"jAJ11IIUT'__ --_ Gen. Taylor'* last Official AeU& S: : f Anecdote f Gew. Taylor*:. 4 { ioniDA EPUBX4L ETIM1CNT'1T .- _1 : VLA.; ,

i.h The Washington. correspondent.. of". theCbanlesto \\ The pJrrespondent of,.5thI1PiHade1pk The wiflri/nljpf adJb b
<* -*- -1? *ji* fc. j C\ keeoant
teresting detii&it brief we-
j l qtt a c rtewhcM! e iftitl; g A ..eommitteeto'textertd
tcWonese %cu : few hlstorf
Gun. vote aniekage weeks s4eiiof theearr!
TaylOr a
: Pau.4 drtNg i Ftnt( BMSton of then7tP'2rt a2iederestoftlustrate -' -S k' '. ,; inrita- "i ; -f.
,. Coogteu. which wasjfiniftbed l andi4cbpiedby| some : WUI 0nteu ',i',.eatialtle_ Southern :
ttm1i \ossumn ,.. S 1tionid Floral j'Sr. j-
{last tL th nit.
hand, jtt thejearly ar pf Weekporj people tq'neet oi RjyThU
'4r) (Pv : 11.] several important topics., Had it been communicated character of the late Presideai ,. EfCARRINOTON A'BEtL. to make expressioe of, public sentiment attracted the aUenfcpij of the sectienof biitodits.5Roman,4 eooatnr

'. AN ACT fo, thszt of certain roads in it would have caused a profound A glazier and painter wllt'lcnovra' in this ) early

..JtlM Territory tP !L. and.for, other,tmr-, .. sensation. It urged bis views as to the adjustment cdy.S to.-theuresident.; population'Jwai.jOne j jmorning Wj a atnowjeo P ftnRcwwe. the St.-L
f i-
"' "" T ;> "cothmittee"ei. ieilje and it pare 2S4 of his
"hoici. """ [ of thetterritoriariquestroT ftd the : countrT"is'agitattd. Sa14
: passing through the'Presidential : DAVID S.WALKER"as a candidate for Re-
4 T _' pt SMattiand House of immediate admission of California,, .It importuned grounds aMJaingneveeeentle: GeneraIwasokcourse iI1' preesedtbehbeiittthat "the Adjustment re HitQrofFloJafter'giing siei4'
tion of \
an fsn4) :
Repr&eKtativt* < rnhtT ited States of Amer- Congress to provide'the necessary ignorant of his1, person. ported in the"Senate by the Committee 'offhirteen inlet intending-irojs Indiaa"river
tea iCoe4us qiseitteTbat the follow- supplies.for the'government; It declared However tober next to I4 which be states as being
in the act of passing the pcr- : to be the'.best plan of .adjustment 39 measured nine
: '4. b .., d thty are hereby, his determination to support the presenj tale of the eastern wicket ga'te*, heencounter.ered ; t_ :r '' ':- Y' '' '', m $long to, latifa4evl99A,
., kiI, *piop ated for Ua cons; ruction of roads in state of things in New Mexico, against* the a plainly dressed gentleman, who, in- 8sMi now V havIng any prospect:' d' opassing.' The Tnfe't says: "At 24 $14*south of the Indian rer
-; tfae-Terrhpry of fliot toit'Potthe pretentioM of'Texas: Themages 1 tently gazing opon'the garTfefTbelonging"tohe committeeWm was composed'ofSan'! D. Irvm.j thC&i'cI; d Wefly

!t construction of a ''fait (roia Point Douglas, have learned, lies..in the State ;.Department.! .Executive Alansion, did not observe the In accordance' with the"Feoltion Adopted BkftIeJ Afred] Kersy/RheubenSi\YI1J- ibo rocks:befor4>describe is the ixboUl'oT

; on the'Mississippt jrtvlrii Ka, Cotage Grove, That the new administration will carry out approach of the .cpainter.until he Lad rudey atjhe .Wh ,Meetnjjie1J Jacksoiiirille, i5in,1rYiL; Henderso.1' 'AiN n V1 ** St. Lucie riverAwSich' 'has a wide ,kind of

.* ISullwaler, Marin ?Nfl1e.ndFalIsb, St. such a policy.in everyTpart.cularis .not to come in contact with hinvuwhere the- on'theiiit ofJuneiMa ''Meeting of= the Philip.Vyesi,jwewej bayfor eight nfflefiod/stn-tehing first N/E.

Croix/btheip4s of iheSt4.ouis be suppos d.- .MrjFiilmi
river or Lake Suj riprijiifteen thousand dollars bold a toneN .He will) obliged to conciliate v Can't you'see; where you'r go? !! Whfg Green; Williami King WJ A. -Hawkfiis.-- when,.it.diyid) totwo bncbeo

r. *4.4 : for.the_ _.constractio. t of'a road fromPoint and;even, temporize,!4 He wilt rely: on ug ?"'_ "Pardon me,*? responded the un'con* ; .tq1nomina Si R. Brown, Sumpteri tna speech:,toot ,coming: 1mmthiitb, |btbrJront
r i Gn .J.G candidates I fW the.nextGeneral esembly.It'is NiW.byNvicipal.
the of the jSenate billiif appearrng th&pt.
' fl Rock passage scious intruder? "but tne fact isV. be added wl ground for the,
*: St.ru1LaUd FaU ot Anthony, to1 Fort pass it ever should-to'settle.the New.Mexi with a goo J humored smile,' "I.was:wonder* hoped 'there,will be a numerous 'attendance Compromise. I went iit>Jg for 24-mi1eeeea ,

; ten thou 'ars for the can dispute.. > -i. whether,the there forward of'the" direct dinQuJovad] nwber.leeaiia&z
jj ; cpnje lug garden was as of,;the voters respectiveprfr.cincts The National Intelligencer .has now1on
._' .
.. .2h'e5Uemftln: feet of watc4b'ethe| river beeaoeaai
Btructiqn rnamfr&'m mouth of Swan ; : ; i. as other gardens in the city, and did not notice : will be : *
ti'r rorthe m t4vlabe point between it !. of Gen.'T.yIor.' proximity.until 1 had encountered 'f thecountyj A .Barbecue; ; unpiiblisJud-and ,not, to pvJtinis\ed, row.an4 panlyiotbe. account; of.obafiiu.'

: and tbeiSauk _> the Wihnebagbiwejflve --S WASHINGTON July 12. you.:.' 'Urnph!i observed the painter j "do provided for the,occasioD. <, a more thaa one hundred poetical contributors. tion of gsat pttty,. on account oiriia

> agency at Long thousand dol- ,According to a.notice today's papers you suppose .the gar Jen of 'a President We, think that the Editors ,of the'I/dettM. rapidity of thetreMm.left; the.vessel; aad
p 0.* Jars: for becoflrioofa road 1mm at 2 o'clock, the doors of theExer-UtirclMn- would look as fine as our common gardens 1 .Prostration 'foni ilious fever rpr>Tents; erare'j$. ,right.S 'fti is :certain' ,4 S' that hot more going op by,laaJ, | bond ;ilhe-'river afc Iaji

.- tI. ft'V I Wabashav ioMlarsi'audor.the ive thousand, dolrey !- sion were opened to the 'public; JJ that"'all I rather think '*101." "I 1 do not /see1 vhy," undersigned from jrppjying) ; ibsieVeraJ han one,,cqntr idution,pf modem poetry,,in to( tnrougbivSst; ( plabf the banjc few citaYonlyibej9gtfringedwitha tnc thi
) nd.laying out of who wished might cave the sad privilege of continued the 1 work
I ; strange gentleman;,"for and' "*'- '-
letters of aprivate:; business character, hundred is worth Ed- the.rivewicb- .1 loW
: publishing.The was:
: the one: by.
; n : iooklng once more on'the loved, fare of their it myself and take the best jare of it." 'Oil, '
.4 of the Ihe 1iuourl, ltvez.houi late President.' :The crowd collected was then you are'tlie'old .fallow's'gardener,, are lately'received. -C.D. hors do not wish to offeiij they ninety' nrne Spanish pilot ataj sherman of'goodproceeJa creiV

nr d dollarL j T4 d road8 to be con.tructe4undertbeir immense' before :that* hourarrived., All you ?" 'inquired the painter; ;"Novv tell '; ,J-' .-' i .T .i ,1* > discriminating against them from jljeiake Mayaceo." 'Tber
dtkli DISTRESSING; OCCURKBSCI:.-VVe; deeply is now an inlet js?tfe rnouhoftheStLtj; ,
of the Secretary classes were therr/Vraitingin :.still ne, is he'aisunlya ''people say :'bfhiml'lshotild
:. of War, pursuant-to jcontracts to be made ness for the doors unclosing; At half; past like\to'see the old colger'Well regret 'tpi learn that Mr. Calvin Read, of A WflCXL1 WirHtN A WHEEtr- EGO river at'UjsseJjroc' s;;the St. Loci river

Ip.c' 4 with". him,, | .|r ;f j two, the body-was' brought down, and'placed my friend," remearfce-t, the inteirjgaled, ,,111, Mandarin; met with his death by/drowning wiTillic: AN Eoci. The' Charleston. Courier forced haying itself;, since thmjijA||-.was the'via island ted into bp the Rosaas
1 Sic. 2..k4.: betMt'-yurther.enacted That in the East and then !the multitude oceaaL
room, the not know '
the of and Minnesota same pleasanV'veinV"Ido on i the 26th alt. He was on ;|he'eve of 'to; says ::, t'AJowI egg was.brought our office On the'Kobe ofadj he British: had quite'4 t-.
governors jpr goii were permitted to enter. The rush'was 'to what people of his'disposition: but if it
z shall .report to Ccpcs8 annually a detailed great, that it was with great 'difficulty"''one \vill'gratify"you cay to' be made personally aCquainted king his departure ninth* In a brig lying at yesterday, almost the size of a goose settlement -the;|raljti| are pow risible "'

statement pf the'earcfltditMre of money appropriated could get near the body without' encounter with him; 'permit mes to introduce that place,1 and' while on; board the 'vesselby egg, which contained withiri it another perfect DOTCH Wwiz o%'SFEciie 'in fPtJiT .

?.. by Con jesi.fo*the use or benefit ing a squeezing from which all persons of myself-General Taylor, :at yoar service!' some acciden'iiel) from the side, and his egg r'of ordinaryize" They may be In these'days %h|>s the|thirst for hidden
ofeaid Termories,13vhjCbis expended under ensitive feelings shrank It 'wa' indeed the treasure is drains thousands npoo'thoa
; "Yon- Gerieral.Taylorr1! ejaculated :
you body,was only 'rescued vwhen life ,was ex seen at,this,.office. The fowl which,
the order supervision! of the and pro sands C lifonit'and home
or governor hocking to see men and boys' holding on to painter, with delighted and grasping to nearer Caaberland
assembly. \" -fr' 1 he canopy, and even to the coffin in their his hands more' tightly.Oh eye, L-d J'! and tinct. Mr Rr hid been long a resident of duced it was .of a large breed, imported by island'is| dipverinj op the'secreteddeposits'

.. \ HWELJ COBB, indecent haste to look. The undertakers at with that he took to his heels, 'never stopping Florida, and had held, for several years the Capt. HOWARD, of Charleston Neci/* of foruk'eesitmayflot; be onin
1' Speaker of the Hmue 'of! Rep resenaIzves.S last who were at the head and foot of the until he was far enough from the scene office'of Postmaster at Mandarin: He leaves i terestin*'to call'itleJiUon!' to a probability of
; LLLIAM R. KING coffin threatened call in 'PROM NEW MEXICO. their '* iwmewhere abort
to the Police, and uf introduction. The General enjoyed the behind him Si beiag'v'df4is
.: : President of As Sencte, pro tempore. here was something of order for a few moments. joke hugely ; but ever after, contended, that many friends/who deeply regret S The St. Louis Rtpubli'cm. gives; intelligence ,- thelor |JLcpie,county. Romans, ia
: Approved, JulyKl85 his untimely fate his'said! hiznyipage'273 : '
j the painter would make a bad soldier.t ? from Santa Fe to thei2th"JunThe : ,
: i I,. ,; ilfiuLARD FILLMORE ;During this I pressed forward, 'and oh His simplicity of character, ,remarks,the >jio rivers of ASy-jbote fall into its. north*
;. ; )f .. i DANIEL A. RCRLESOS publishes i in the American Consul at .Cbjhuahua,-baa
| ,
f -i.; most touching was the lovely expression of writer, had long prevbusfy passed into a era branch, (fn4a4erj except Zt.'Sebas.
.'- ,, (PcBt5p-4N4-12.] he Hero's face! There was color Ocala Argus a statement, and 'a number of reported, that a very.valuable discovery of a tians
; ;enoiign proverb, and this was but another exemplitication : gold'mine had been made about sixty miles directly'o5io| te to Ariose mouth..bappened .
:t AN:ACT nthorzinjtbd.LerislatiTe Assemblies still, to look as if alive, and sweetly sleepingnever of' it. In his domestic habits; be certificates, the purpose which is to yindircate from Chihuahua.: The gold had been found the ship'wrj nf the Spanish Admiral+

JUlnneeoUMad Ofe| n 1 erritories toprolong in life looked he's6vwell, 'as now was equally free from those rigid foninsofetahlished himself from the public censure arising in' i quantities; from$200 to $450 worth which' was the pVfiermost wreck, of'fourteen
-. **i ;,their next annual rfnida'to a period or ninety in death. Placid, heavenly, was his counte discipline that mark the social of metal obtained galleons an4a{ hired Dutch .ship, mil,
71. -V.: *' nance. Only the face and throat was'yisible, of but which 'unknown'forty from his ferocious attack on Col.;Madison. puie were from'e.tchmule: lJenwith !
schools !
*: our day, were Joa4 of earth, ,and sand. -A mule load, is : spec nIpaIe[ ; which, by stress
e :JBe it enacted by-tie}Senate and House of and a rich white' satin cravat folded round years ago. He enacted the rational Cuyoai&'CoiroN.-Tbe, New ..Of leans estimated at hear 300 pounds., The discovT of north east ere,drove ashore and
Representatives of ffo United States of America it. The coffin was covered with black velvet man, and avoided those frivolous and absurd bad'created excitement and lost oh this co. etween this place and
Congress atstmbkd That the and the'most magnified.t flowers were of half its Picayune speaks of a' sample of cotton ely great iaducedmanyaJveaturera.
Legislative innovalions as tending to rob life ., ", thebeacli! yarJo 715. |A hired Fieacb*
Assemblies ofJMJnnesota' and Oregon aid in profusion over it. I ft It a lunging happiness. These unaffected traits surrnun grown, in Upp r California,;'which is'a great Tiie'bbianess and with- *, which .gfl&a'fortnnajtely>tScpC4.,by having'ste red

Territories be, and flier are hereby, authorized embrace that calm, peaceful brow, and bent led him with an enchanting something, curiosity. The cotton is ol a.very long sta the !liidiani commit: depredations impunity the half polnt.more. e U) than the others.J-
on >
.' (, to prolong theio raxt.annual session to twice reverently over the g'aVs wi.icii proected which, while it strucka, peculiar to the eye pie, "anJ of.excellent .quality ;;the boils are pie ajid.,plroperiy of the Territory almosisurpasses.belief. :|eo- The peopfe! j emjuoy in ihe coursesur'ey of oof1
period pf ninety cliy|, any thing contained from mortal touch, biJJina hcarifeit only increased, not our respect solely, but ,, 5vbiIe4tliing: 'thjj strand, after'
in former act-oF. the mental ADIEW to one whose goudnesc humanity large, and the colton of a fine color. The cases :cited are too
any acu to contrary our love, for the man. His humanity also for strong eastern! g5e4have repeateuly.foQiut
notwithstanding. | u| J and honesty in high estate we ne'er soared above reproach-as lofty as.his, nuinerous.wiihia ,repetition., They frccpen L; p'siarecria, T4 oIe p.s1areens., 'bi.h
&/lean come one and two miles of the U. S
THE MANITKE.The sayanah'/2 > '
Approved, July 19, ,1850 j can see surpassed. heart was generous. / military stations and k.ll and kind'of if'Oncy grt>ably; j et remaining ft.raes .
; 'S. of the 26th ult :-By the arrival of the persons ,
The President funeral Car. says od'the stock.. Great ditfc-atufaction is 'expressed are ra :washed op by ti e
I -S PLTBLIIf., $$3.3AN5ACTto The intelligencer thus describes the funeral 9Ir. Flllraore'c Vletvf., Government steanur Monnot/&attbis port j 'a* to Col.Munroe's discharge of* buuties lirE in brdwiii4. IIhL 'Lagoon (lodoa.
S >
S.a1 gant thnWng privilege to Mn.S car: The car was formed on an ancient The accession of Mr. Fitufoac to, the yesterday we are in possession of an interest 'of military commander., Jt is freely river) efteLches'pajal to:, tie sea, until tt ;

5, "' ? Maraiitt' ff. Ttfj-lor. model. The body was eleven feet long and Presidency renders his views upon the-'en- ing; item of information the correctness staled Uiat he has neither, the .energy of latituJe of 27. 2ivjng ( *ben it i las an,ontwater*

ieJt ;enacted biJi&4te| and House of six and a half feet wide. On tliis! body rest grossing question of Slavery, so far as they of* .which/ *we-can not'_ doabt. We- "(.hare* "J cLaracternor //the disposition, 'necessary tisecuie.Uie or mouthjkzcmT BZTORJS .THIS.ATEJt .'
cup- MOUTH, lM: THRXC .
of i united States of America. ed a pyramidial platform eight feet long, proiec.ionoftbc citizejs,nor any
.i* Congress cJf>|tWThal the franking 'cur feet wide, and twelve inches high.. have"i been elicited- .,, of *the, deepest interest* *< ':" posed that the manitte or isa-cow was an almost of the requisite* lor so responsible a coarvmand. REMAIcS.ofz/&e V1iZcVcreckn .

privilege"heretoTp'e5 accorded to the widows From that sprung an arch, five feet in height, In a correspondence which took place between fabulous 'animal, or' rather that it'was '.'ihese compaints have been: repiatedly > 'This account b trfajhlstoiriaa i itorn. is nophan -

of the decease J resitjjents be, and thesame as a canopy, which was beautifully festooned himself and Gov; GAYLE. of Alabama,* not to be found!' in Florida. 'It appears'. inaJe, and, L we are not misinform- _Thsre are jij4iZns jo| St.. Antiuna
i is t4 with white and black silk. On the i V : j i -v TI j'l-1- I have been who have .seenepistrens :picked .
hereby, grao.ted Mrs. Margaret top in 1848, he makes this declaration in regard ever, that on. the 17th inst, near Jupiter In. e communicated to the Depart -
Smith Taylor, rela&jof, Zachary Taylor, rested a very large and beautiful gilt eagle to the institution: : meat at.vWashngton: % from Ih.tIe'shore. he Indians have :always *-
late i'President of the bitedStatcs. enshrouded with crape.. The body of the let," Fia., Messrs. CLA.RK and .EORSHAM Copies in 'English and Spanish, of the been parcel;i< thisrejion. of tha

; Approved,July 1485OJ'' car was festooned with rich black cloth, "While in Congress.' took occasion to caught two; manitees. O.ie of theraT was' fifteen constitution for,a State Government in New country, and it Uftheftr thf late Ifkliar :muri.

.'-I with black silk velvet in the back ground, state in substance my views on the 'subject feet long, wh-ch they haj. 'to kill, and Mexico The.election for Slate and Federal ders v er .coounitudj 'Tne American troops
(PcBLjtNo.5.] ornamented with black and.white silk fringe of Slavery in the States. Whether; the remarks officers'was, to be held on the ,20th.olJune. have now statu&Ttahin a. short, distances
other nine and feet
were reported or not, I am unable to was. a quarter long, '
and white rosettes. The pyramidal plat- The candidates, were as follows: of the;wrecks r rIii1 '-" "
A RESOLUTION for MrMga.vt eIrini the S.condolence Taylor. of form was covered with black! silk velvet, interspersed sly, but the substance'was that I regarded weighing hOG pounds. They.tied him. to a For Governor, Thomas Baca ,and Henry ____ i__'_

ogre with silver stars and, tassels. At slavery as an evil, but one with which the sk0 and towed him to Indian River. Thence Connelly. For Lieut. Governor,. Manuel Attack oil te15rItiaii Qop.B .

*- .- "Resolved by the Sfynte and House o.resentatives Rep. he corner of each platform rested a large Na'ional Government bad nothing to do. lie,was shipped; to Charleston in the'schoon-. Alvarez and; ,C. St.-YrJun;: For jCongresfcW.S. the Thrbri4 Wit ban| intelligence l otT
of the Uhdejit States of America gilt tarn. making altogether eiirht* rich nn&emblamatical That by the Constitution of the United States, .. M aervex.andJi .N.Si titr. the present atIack.maJa fti'.Queen jYictoria* ltii.:,i
in assemMc\n\&i\ roe rresident 01 _- r1"
vongress ; ornaments of this tnc wutne'1rjwer uver ui the United States b requested to transmit Funeral Car. The car was drairn magnificent by eight vested in the several! States where the institutions New-York.' The creature eats"grass,'and Delegate from th* terr.tory. For the U, t ,i? related bya.lMpn paper of Jane 2sthAh.it.2o t;
ticket R. H..
S Senate was
on one
a copy of the proceedings of the two Houses were tolerated. If they'/regarde.i it 'elock'last
emarkably.fine white horses which were is now almost tame. His tail 'is two feet :
j \V. other
mart an Capt. Zr Angneyj on te ,
en the tenth instant!2r relation! to the death bad Constitutional T *,- J"s '
as a they j r"tluvtVisconniess !
er u.of.lbe hermajeftccomnanied :
i. & handsomely suitably comparisoned. five inches in and he has front A. \V.' and Jud. e.JoabHoughtonc ;;
of the late PresidentfJof the States length, flappers Capt. : ; Reynolds, '
United to Each horse was led by a groom dressed in a right to enjoy it, and if they regarded 5a royal hi4Ij4nd ,Joce-
Mrs. Margaret S. Taylor! and to assure her white frock and a white turban. an evil, they had the'power, and knew best like a turtle, with the addition of nails ln, lady,in waia 1. rt Cambridge. house,

of the profound resWt-of .the two Houses how to apply the remedy'. 'I did 'not.con resembling those of a human being-: Hismouth' S Maj. VVeigbtman, the prominent candidate P dikLj1berepq; ij $)ia hetQ I1.ijit .

S of Congress for bet fpiersorij and character, THE PRESIDENT'S DEATH.-We learn ceive that Congress had any'wer over it, is like that of a cow having'no upper for U. S, Senate, is the officer who so sigh Inquire,aft t rlbpihealut of her Illnstrioaa --

and of their sincere j condolence on the late from the National Intelligencer, that as soon or was in any way responsible'for' its continuance teeth This .animal readers natty a'stngu'abed himself under Col, Doni- uncle; A Ijn4| hat I Jj5semb.'ed$.
afflicting dispensation iof Providence. as it was known that the President bad expired in,the several States where it 'existed. as,"*our_, i ,fi.know. ,-1 ,9 ont the'coiart yarI4ib tol fitness' her ma...-
? HOWLLJCOBB a universal gloom pervaded all classes i ." .1" '.. like tha hippopotamus of,the; Nile, is capa phan, in.the attack on chihuahua at the ber iesty's'.departure, pjM*: tae'royal; 'carriajra

_ I- ''.Speaker S' of-the WtlllAMm.Hqta&vf J&pretentatives. of our fellow-citizens, ana the desire to |>ay On the subject of the Bright- of petition ble of existing both, ,on the land and in the ginning of the Mexican war. He is a natiye passed out of the gi ta person respectably

_ I-: *' --' KING, respect, the memory of they i Chief Magis- be further says in the same letter: water., 'of Washington City, where bts rather dressedvaml abousijfeej] | tjro inches high,.

.. -ffc President l&qSenaa pro tempore. rate soon ,began to manifest itself, along "The which acted 'that 'r-----'S'S__ has been for years a highly respected citizen advanced two'of.jj&r'ejjij r>1C t a"d- with asball
) rule'npon was ,
I Appro-edJay Pennsylvania and other I : back"carieybjfhhe! beU inbTs.band
avenue olhe
streets .The :defalcation! of Portugal jo liquidate ,
IFILLMORE.FiUmore. citizen .
.1 presentinsr a respectful petition and about 35 ofageTh"cropiinhe ,
city., The public! offices,,tbe. principal every years struck a'sharp.Wo ,atie! j".55'1Th* Wow;
to the body that,' by'the Constitution, had certain American claims on that Government, of Santa Fe and
hotels, engine houses and many private took eflec npo! tbc1errtkerm ieity's,
'-'flh ; the power to grant or to refuse the'prayer alluded to in the ,first of President New- '
r4 r dwellings were draped with .mourning; the message generally throughout Mexico.'penienfmore forehea ai>u.upo 'h6boniictv{ which-being
YSr )1eug. .1I11sadnt National Flag was displayed half-mast and of it, was entitled' to be heard; and,therefore Taylorj passed the 'stage 'amicable fav'or4le'appearance_ than they bare; of a light'teXture,' 4Wriyie4 in byj its force.
% wAHI'to** 10 OvVFe the Washington Monument the Srnitbson-, the petition ought to be received and consid for twenty'years pat. TteMC tyiiir tniyr8efisoimand. ;
] J | ered.' If right and reasonable,the'prayer'ofit settlement, if the,telegraphic report be' true, ij
a. : &eofresjjveg ian Institution, and Jackson Hall likewise .a rush In made the :aeliaquent
v uensbfthf bnt if and A despatch Jjy 'the /nmeiWysV 'Unto *St
exhibited should be granted; wrong unreasonable / 'Great Ma.CraY.TbeWashingto; of elz Summer
; : similar manifestations of respect. *' was in tautfy* j1iJames *.
''A'great man hasMien sfcong as, and a The offices of the Corporation .were also should be denied. ; r excitement. prevailed, at :Lisbon, in consequeoce the 20th. inst, 'thus' speaks of -Mr.' CLAY, of, 159,:iic..

: whole country is called toan occasion of closed by order'of the Mayor, and duriug the \ On, the' subjectof.'the'! trade between of the arrival of American squadron in_ .connexoik"wLth'the' probable failure. of caaiiIia-tbe; fiticcoflaz hin, bUt Ee1c.Ioth .

; nexpeited'deep arid nbra) mourning. entire day, if there was not an entire cessation the States", he'says in a, subsequent in Tajus, to enfpree claims btf$70o66i the Compromise,BiLl (iaJhe Senate: 4 : biu'nia.I cr a! the >aa eT K

: 'I recommend to ta iiWo Blouses of COL from business,there\cae abundant ah. letter: S / allowed the Ainerican. vairw bow'! in the, fee*
v days were by declared!
twenty-one in
greg to adopt such kaeisures as in their discredoo unmistakable evidence of deep and beart-fel ':.'Jam not aware that ,this question has ,yesterday; a speechwhichbreaxhe.l which drew\blocliiaonee.: .But; fat
i ;: may seem' pr pftrj! .perform with sorrow. ... ever.been diseussed.ia Congressor was commander, r's, Gnat ,reply.. Fears all the fire, and energy,of.'a tEinCJy5 arratof tt 'olice, he'.wp !d' b vebCnztilmo

with duet solenuiueW (be fuoeral obsequies The,same papCrWormi S us that no similar ever presented for the consideration', of' the are :eotertained of"the' refusal of the Portuguese young'Bill orator should, that fail,jf he the presnt ,Corapromise 're'jbanJtcJ. (

of !?aehary/TaylorjiMB. President ? event 'sorrow Court of the Unite .States-before iih diermsnetf| : ;would not despair Her b4t noeeIing oJairm,
] I o the1&ted ever produced" profound, a Supreme government, ,are 'to the fcptiblic,'and that ha .would, effort upje'4y
iStates, andtiere;; >yi: to signify the at the'capital. This is'the result oldie great 1841. In that year the celebrated case resist the demand them.! spare no a'ndjmnuedatc1y; ,
:. ; great'aad:affectionate tega*| of the American personal respect with which President in' from Mississippi.was .decidedand, Justice ; upon Perhaps to giv.e stability to; the Union and peace up.Piccaililty,'on.$ Wrn'to BucbioshamT.chgerln .
People fortbe tn orj of one whose life )inspired all withwhpm he came in tontaci McLean pave an elaborate opinion i on this the French method diverting the wrath ta :the country. The entbosiasm of, Mr. Palce ,tbespecUni4 her fatadjTruarki6f '

bas'beeu 4eotedft ;the public service; However much men)nay have differed from point, In which the Chief Justice concurred. of the flre- at ia? by a foreign 'xvar might Clay its ; at'tbis! advanced ;period of Life'ethih. sh il a ,IoyaUjf.mjul.

wbose career in armjiia;} pc i been surpassed him 'politically, they could not, vyithhoK UC came to the wnclusion'that the constitutiqnal have a"wholesome i effect at e reseKBu a modelwhch.iswonhytbe"thia imitation of
all is
l-'l!t in usefulness or brtUiadty 3 who has been from him their 'confadence in his integrity power over this'matter was yested, in, t still 47o',0pd /oVa nation wltH ypung ,men furntshes It ,.enthusiasm of.chanicter.whicb enabtetllier toack.4py4 Ige,with her ',uauat.
s o the
sd recently raised byjihel tsm iblicited voice pi and patriotic desire to understand arid per the,several I States and not in Congress. Sofa ; secret, of success'of c&mrtesylnd mIda4ioo4

the people to the behest jc ril ,authority bl forpi his duly 'towards all 'men' He 'was' as my knawleiixejexjend! *, this op'nida.earned gold as vw possessj" is rather, ,a trifle ,ta'go the most distinguished men. ... The small. sic4iwlich the, prisoner
I. the Government, which fee*administered with doubtless the most "popular1 president -perrsor.aily conviction': to' every- unprejudiced to war about.' S iS' '4S si ShouId the;. Compromise'faitweeba1I stiuch) 'the blow 4Qt thicker 'u aa aft.

so much honor and sjdvjuiitage 'to his country among: the members ;'pf Coiigress," mind, and the queetionwascoosidere.L,set t I'-i not despair of the, republic, Noble andconsiderate ordinary"goose u YDrstZi

; .Odb7 wboeudde1deaih: so mariy who has 'filled that high office for'many tled., ',At any. rate this .was my'own opinion Among other meetings ia Texas,'summoned -patriots. must still deliberate upon feet twc '

hopes pf future usefii icW bmve been blight- 'Jong 'years. Every, body: loved him, for then,and I have" semno' ,cause, change to by the mooted:jquestroir'ofj between the L adoption of some means(which,:may eb'l"wei..
: with the of the warrior be'cumbined It -' S conntry'L S SS 'ircnm.-
u JUiCici. itfi .i courage s- pan astbcoildit'ndeiYany
..To Senatonl4n.Representativesofa y S the gentleness'tif the child. It' would almost that State and NeyriMaxicOj ,a large
you; tnui SHAKSPEARE had AWRD TO THE LAIce-NxwMo' I iu'eettng of citizens from tdilI rent (Counties, A LIME or STEAMERS TO ;A>rKicA -It we % ''_ .5
p, mi tears, I r wy nothing whichnaUetate1hesa seem as though contemplated said hat,the"Special Committee, having 4 __1441+? -
'such' ( when he MAKING BUEAD.-Our, readers may'remem A
wib which are a person wrote chtfly HarriS '
you charge of thia, ,sanject jo theti House of,,Re.,
oppressed; 1 appeaji'tojjyo ito aid meunden those imperishable lines 'descriptive uf a br noticeVwe gave o'f.the.bread making S S S 5'1 '-' p' e urVit'the
: es,' are ::5sbmikaBill
Roman machine iof Dr. Lewis; exhibited at'theJat presentatiy '
the trying cjrcorataaee&ivhich surround .patriot: : | : State'prison
the t&e from which .S. Va. tif'the. Mechtucs' on the 5tli ultV The, portion of the,> battlefield accornparied'bya Report, 'in jwbich.'jKey
OK;to discharge if duties "hi lu. WM 10 gentle, and tte elements InstituteHaying recomniend ue nor 'thiN mcan4 aseuebP4,
1 however Jnocb I m KM oppressed by them; So mixed in him, that nature might' stud upI been fa'toreJl by the Doctor with aj-eceipef selected for the meeting was,-i says ''the, provide,forV and ,, buiIdingflarge *

Iiatebrink. a 1J t J_, upon Hm who I .Andsayi&U the world,thit VIM aman."> we (ti! at-si; wife, stlfai'id.a couple of friend* Civilian, in[the; beautiful grove ''wbetere. the Uiiiie4 war an' J'mail i, steamers the CoastofAfrica-to runT between curiai law: f tht.'taZ, 1Tbe OIdes* Th'
holds in bis band Iwt niesof : irVfamiiy council, ,!concluJeJ! ex'perirntnt .. grates'and ,
tbejtioos the :na- ) th.try Jthef treiir'thieigl'out
.PASTOaiL\LzTTEa OS TUB DcATli orPawDznT.A THE posithe, a. to endow the of breaJ making :'CHI the ne'iitaii
i 4 : requisite of' st forty in th.
2 strength for the iaskM avert from our oftbe timely diocese letter of.New to the Epincor ,The first tvvoatte'mpt!>'were Tailuresi but the fell,in,the ibattlepf! the 2l3TAprl.) each; that'they'hall be at the"'dspoaalblthe f State pisouMe4pMscntences yean 'Bla

E contry.theeds apTyxalamhy from the hea- pal been clergy issued Doane Jersey oas thirdvwas crownedwith triumphant puccessRitd.efnce The meeting; waa.rorganizVd motion'of; United'tateswhenrepitred, sndjtha 'juxzlaila&stobttakiiig
by Bishop with an appropriate they shaU sai; one froinr'ewTorLon'
which ictaJen tit: prayer, to be used in their several then we ha e.hair bread'notto' ;, be Col. James Mgan,'o1 New-Washington',' from Baltlmorevan.l pfrdTh'Onlean ,- .ui
rj-siiaU moet rezdUj- '(concur in whatever churches ; eqnatled,by the bakers-lij the Sabbath. It is ; > Siiithto'theIW4 ,
on rshbel
coming toe < byc4lliiip; c and thatjh'uin'of f40OOQ ,er'anuuaei4
r two houses may first movement oi.thekindhat5we have free frprn tlvf7mixl ireitpf squr, and bjtteVusuaxlyjo Alittn' with Intentj &c.,pp ?1s ser.n4aw 'bL'f.B
noticed und in fermenteJ bread.*" 'ia the.recelpe Judge HarvyH of Hdrrij'itojbftoffice pai4
5lY melancholy; iii of > flue fatber l da.ught '
jibe .
; any Statesasyet. ,Hesaya; ,,.,
for J sized loaf to -oil *
ti'1I a goo large enriough SecretarThtheeog5wasad. -
occasion. told the eoart. h
I Dear:and; Reverend .Brethren- "' '" **" J' '' ,
Regarding AQz DtNs.teIolowing
*f.Ari fill! a Common brea-l'paii. ; ;. drees J'by'Jitfe Msgginsdri,1 Q W'ckl !9! the' State bhad
the death of Pesideo&Taylor as a grrai.iia- : Take,three ,pound* of flour j mix withiltbrselea '" an the agee of th'eT Presidents,; 'quitring
: which was tonal calamity! ,and oar.;whole nat.on as one poonful of soda,,pass ng Jhewhole I',J 1'il' tWCfii,'' iwt' : --1 -' their offices:'.Washington r-tifed zn1iis"66th But tercb'wb;he/.wsi 'nowel4that rsb.t4d: tb.temio4st 4 pfMoi'xtrr

k ppropriaU! res. afflicted /arhtly, I not.neaitate loi,request thrAuh', sifive, ;in order triat.hevso-la'oiay| c_ preableeepsziq& n., yeart John Adams J Jefferson 66f MadUbnee
.* .ottl5njwcF preM4L iveral ppecbesthe that,.!on Sunday nexttne.iseventh, after beTweJ 'mixed'.w''ththe."flotirj' taone" quart great ;tinaiiimityaridentHnsia3aabyrthos5jirefterit ;; : ; :'Mpnroe 6BrJQ.*Adam*:(one term),<2?
[ Ssjzt4Ir. Downs will use the. which foi- ,,., ., .
.- of Trinity, you prayerj brwaterahd'a table..spoonful "fmur: tic : ? deciaring'thVl Indispatable.title v< Jan7OVar Buren,59''Harriion4di d,.

JeuUon accom lows, before the two finarprayenvuf' raoniinganderenibgBeryice aclcl: i ii n'the'liquid form j pour.the'mi.xtnre,in :Texas to the Santa Fa pbrtiott of;ito territbtnc p- 68j* ,F&4TayIor, oi 1'eFg: ', : ft,,
to the ; > i to ,the flouri and,rhix the'whole just enough > "-* *- A+*}- -. died, 'iifr 4 1 five com panics ofei tl1th iftiitxy $! a4 :'

11jf.J Ie o3- 'ProyerP O,*merciful God and Heavenly to''getjheingre.Iints.fairly' !Incorporated tovgether ryv.'.and'pledging:'3 thenaselvw,_. to;', snsUti,) -s''Tb : at Jefferwn Brr just nie4iThThee
lowed by Mesee uL Cue, .PXAUCJC, father,*:who nas taoicbt is} i IWAy* &AX ;'Wet'.the hanJ 'In'fcold water/'aniJ;/ '- Ne'Conet owa'faizniyJvisibltt"th OJJPivinton
KIXQ intBuvzxM hrder in which word'thatTbcHf'not willingly arflict or mouliJt .into shape.' clap, .it at once intO the necessary-jo imalntain'i thattiUe.1si&y' flaked ylath cornteHati nUrs' ommandjthgmeDILtt.

taIk3 tl.icn1u? $ eeolutionsp grieve the children of 'men1-:took wittj! piiyiwe bveh'.ariil dtirlng-the eooking'dr any-nieal, (,. .$&# t_Tr Tr **-yr.-iY. id aj 4CBMJnutt ll1S' **v* *-'B* TvfltL n 11 M'
ip,tb, oe Iy1r. ?beseech Thee, p6.V tue sorrows of i'uyervantsA (wtbfiYe'mlnnte) *'labor-y da'caif Iha'ya'VxceU'ibeel .. uri: : !KicovithdlChoferji?'fir rafth until the' iddli1fhly',, when ir wilaltarri andr acting* d\i) ntl atio? HM o jAadw rt J--'
fLjp'ffnflWhoII& fn Thy wisdom TbotffnaMiieftfit"to lit'b; Z3 ThO3ftIfi1 odq canslta'te; '- >it8innVuw! di tatfca frdav oi o Sttrsei4rrh&fi) *;J3:Wood f bwet

>isit in with troubl aad louring a.stress"iJpoa' ; ni'entt' (pfjCqralftyn salt, nd. thejr'ifdfojily '-. ,. .. ,j, '. ,'," 'to 'L'cuesThadocchrredk.abivliIch abo4iihtlibeWot=mileovje': J&DSP-WfclMli |ftkl5Q*
dtf.>*Remembdr ii'O LonJj-in raise'tb4 tiftif.Jjjb'AtoniblrialibnY' t ui thin; orie-h f Ua'preseht Distance i'x'A U14a3sOaiirc5nfSilrfili I S3ut s t r Mm
i 5;. inercsanctifyJ.'hyJathetty; corectidn tall Itflnttelbirgairtl: TrjrAh'Cferpermeit; 9iotha4 % tlIbeco', Wilei 'UeittA.
-;. : us1: endue bar Wuls with$flcf'Uftle? oat ? five owiW'On'thiith 'EtI&etrotth b. rS
er't _|>eWret bis been kfflietloa;:fiidtrith'resignatldn td Thy bless? I fIy l wUIieeate'tWwe'othq 'f d ir1 '
Mai treated AVe ;.b caees utenttoned,2,8, tae be at' ( bht taAretatIi3.kbE by
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5&M Talk ooutieibM coutc* and give us peace. Tbrough''JefltjsCbrwtj: tathiE1 A&uditok ottlioTrasr iyt'dIed Alet te iy m Crtt 'Jane 85th,jnennsVrVpo'rt 1ytbithieS oj ;

j $ad .*. of_the peace, pur lord,4nisaei4_ v Wtiibingtbrf. onTuesdavviiV the 75tH year of W mortality in'tbe ital Vigl $t1slPiiu 'yjlr"af tlgof2thiwct,
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with ereater.putCtuallityIiia the deceaufeJ.
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I I The folio wing is the i : IbeNaZioM. !e3eTeroinclt., McK:w ,,of 4he'frigate kistory worldjn;<>f. mccTeal *denee"In 'DO'part"f the C., o "Uifa po, d.;- i ran."'U6.l of j" 4'Sana--f1 .r..1iG iizAiILrAc:;: I ndef Providence,.tdw savfa'1otmylift.Tmo r! SI i'4

ConsT d&t at* lose. i a ;*LgeIas '$:-fcv*****ill. i fc->*.,C WF-- _'' ,, _
1 Division of the Sons' o Teranteef. nar:8tb; quired nigh avenowuuraecizvrdsucbut1eruJ j j : .1 ;'. "I&i-
". ': Containing the jcratifyingassurance that'theCaptaioGeaera1.f1 confidence.' .ID Do.tJme to ccme can doto ThE.GBEAT: n' mm.1t M I :ot0js : t. ."t. 'n.iJ.tt: ;
NtIi America, oa a;I1 i ; d .. a
f., r agreed to-felease the u .bt. rutraor 'aDd. ft1ITeci. -.. p.' .- ".' D Sp -
lh. Order ia the Smith* a State* J in few qt1&11tikiJ "i''f'.A. -' ,.' "fl- (& .
taace to Cowcf prisoners a days these aFiarancef ,p C._ :' ..'p k: rkf'p LCERATDIp4
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to"bMft'"wu were given, prescBUtioni oLD MCiiT7oyinslrnctipna -In\- *o W' f toe-last JL jJJJ 4'J S W 1fl, Qrf
.!TlM&naidee' on > nedicrocs have:TOstain.d!!the test ol,1Dm. LE r lIi l 'i1b .
1r. 1-
ri rtTerred 'tb*>PP .PI"{. M.. KhmeyTrnattoo "the' first, of Jonetnthoul : ooi of persocsl trials, In almost'every variety of 'paru&m'extendveI1; knwa:an. .8. ; / ) A.B.k DFsgasfta4.ladeatlas t'. -

II. ajscfcrtaineflj, 'cf any :pereropiqry .demand. having, nom&a'm.4adywithbivariabte commendation A 0W35&D C.arTOBTOr.'&*UJARILt.L : 41.t lo M0

the.itcori; "That ilvislbhi 'of !teenftnade'by Commodore>Ioaus>who bad and*more extended'repute. .The- nit-and finertastng'dematid ,is BOWitnanufiwtnted under,my:dktetloaraucur ,s L.L: F knowtedgaeat aitbe b.Dad&4)iI difM ,

Ohio at"its :July ;fcewCleaveland o r J t'." 1ieI r t *ict1-arrived.. The, prisoners 'trill":probably" fortbenwthrocghont the North and lpenbi lrom.Lbo orfguaslr o oitainet ::1 H Ihe ae been of yoar from.LTs ears smictedathnvo1new
] iin -" J and South American continents front the Cana- 1twlUeDcI J &rid t ert,ibM U Li 5 t a-t
return the GermJ",1in
f admitted., Id ebtrbip' Wm. .- : -. .t' .. das U,the Breils.fm the Atlantic to the.Paeific. composes.r.1JigceQie VEOCXAKLX and esdwbhckatb .u atbaad
.' N. Dy. a colored nan.11! ,: 4tbe I.a ui I' ..and.,from.;;West Indies to the East.iswbolfy wtrf**:f Kt-rnd ate that the ingredkmU atm;threat .M M IamM4t4OLbSTh,
J. session of 1849 of&a1d.G .Dd,, i if&a10n the IKDUS Gui.nru---Tbe :Tndian'Councii nrprecedeutcd In regard to any other article are judicially compo nded,' ". frJAM ::1 break oat' ia different puts off* :*-*,.,j
,. held : ,whether medicinal them their rreate.i 1IIeItIaia&lef' jk These 'eeatmat mnt3 tfcioaiJfcsi aadwen .
cflieolired! i: recently at Ton Snellinjr, between mercantile,that might > my
abject of the initiation Judicia persons the Siontr?and, Chippewas, :in"present be selected for omparieon. 'In 'Europe;'where kr1LCuWtoFoisal&by ; ..'..D.h a1 st.'" tlmoat OM oompleto soniksi i I
into our Order irai referral tope hey: have become experimentally known wlthla a L ; ; : 1wUbtbMwui4kmcnlty *-,_ .
, ry committee who made 4| wpprt thereon, Governor fiamsay, wai attended by a"nnmi fewje ; they>J1 already wrorwded. nearly _. t. _; I ,, S '- that 1 could speak sbovwqs._'_

t.. accompanied by a preamb u| resolution berof, ladies which offended the Suror, who every popn'ar medicine of rival pretensions,thus : i.. ItL'.&sTEPnE ,.. __, '. 4 the time I had several attaduibf**" pMsxfcy* Maier -

which after being.araend&, wis adopted; !ina.hodr ;.saying, t they,'did ,nothold proving that experience Is the true test of. Aug.it ; sekcnv1leFJa ; -- disease l..w -IIIIC -
The Lire kis4m1oca re.dIcab ._ ..
tills name -
with mre Indebted for their .
and which declared' eubsknt* !yt Hhat it council: woineig" but "Hote- n-tbe-dav," to their '- until!..commencedam ,sdflSy
manifest and senrfble action ta purifying I -
was contrary to the orig4l; ';:1 tentops.of of 1'r Chippewa chief,'gallantly requested ..thathe the springs and channels of life and enduring them ,Selling! off at- t- \ now welt; the sores are nfcw

Jadies ,might remain to cheer his tribe. :Di i ih\ attribute. M Jtoatir.!y tEMne $'Mf.a
the founders of,oca 'osss,; land soaal- with renewed tone and vigor and to the undoubted TIE .,
associate They however retired but,Hole-in-tbe-day," fact that at ,j very early period in their history : slbee tM season make Yours,wi&la n.-peqt. _:. 'J'I1.J'r ,
ty wrong to eompe1tb ;$tel as'they: did' each they bad resened tuffererl from theTery"verge. room fOr bit r&l'itockbu_ Costt"y iU :Ir, t 4n'r BOIT1.B*. -. -:. : I
the Kadi is Ik Aigierf V naistedj, so, on taking by remsmderof hlal1oc:1 :
irish contrary be hand: The of an untimely gravepermanently securing to OD wr'tho - )-: Bring perseeDy $ .
tertdoJziOrdii, and at \ rith. its JbrW Siouxthen, 'returnedand them that uniform enjoyment of health,,without e 1JI&.pptJ.. FOR-THE REilOTTAtANb PERMANENT- .n named,.1 helMs. bee ik1ai&c$" "
at18JUd pTozpeTig. r were sharply 'reproved by General. Rarna which life itself-is but partial; blessing. So .ew. York PtieeI ale' invited CURE. OR ALL DISEASES ARISING .-. JssskCuSctik&ates '
: great,indeed,bad their efficacy invariably proved, August co:, \yjif. p. DEWEESl: FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF J1
0 therefore recommen.I UK tbe appeal . -r-- .. ... .
j 'those : .r y. -- "
that it less than miraculous THE BLOOD OR
was scarcely HABIT OF THE -eJaDd'IIOi4_ .
be dismissed, the action.c: ':ihe Grand Division "-Married,, : who were unacquainted the beantifnl"philosophieal :Notice : .. STfrEM.VIZ; &1J.lS.Uro." .'

Ohio at its anneal.essifjtv ,,1849 be On Sundaythe 28th, ulU y.Ber-Mr.: principles son- which'.they- were compocnded WEEKS after date;we,1tt ato:the 6ttinatt'etuanfnvttntption FlI1tolul..eon.uW'. 'pi 'J"-y ;

sustained, and the admissi of aegroes into McDonald Col.OSCAR HAST to Miss VIECRKWB. -' and upon which they; consequently act: SIX Jl. Judge olProbate otDnvl CftDI-ror ,Scrofula or Kvaft erSL fimyfei Rkevmotum crfiultiltttm, Ou also by I njrgiata ?neraD11J ( tht 15'.

Subordinante Grand Division i under this The ZUxoenlx Bitter are so called,because letters ofAdm'nletra&ion o.the Estate. of-CaMs.. ,face,'blctdia. bust drD'llir ion eyes ring mum and C:.nadM- 'bb :jt'r; .
declared to and illegal CI2CIA they possess the power e restoring the:expiring Reed. late_of said county deceased;. -- -' or.ttffm,jrald, itadm.ltwgtmtRl.41fMlJltljtf. Bott1esford5., ir: .x.
jurisdiction, bmp per nf
embers health to throughout
I agio vntng vigor RKBEKAH E: REED. Vu bears 4JUljoift1a'IItdWirA Wort,;KfftUdtctymplom F.sale in hksonvilb: "
f the constitution as the Phoenix is said to be rca '
ii. .&riiias .C.HANDLERS.'DtERY': : ;. *, tooting vr Immbagpt.at diseases June 1.. It:3L&N: S
rabmitte from the c1i
Hefpeeifalljr at the JarkMnvme hate tored t. life ashes of its own _
CHARLES EG! NTON, of Kjr., i Tt.e Life FUla *M T,Phoenix'Blttcra are Mandarin-- Aag.lst- "1850.!; I arising aritita from or dropsy a*;,tUJUl txprmrt.or see imfrudnre of,mcrrvr.*.. fit.Augustine. P.c. zn '.s Friion.

TBOS. E. PnvfjERSI Vt. July 27.-F. Titus"PhladelphiaWfley; W. purely and solely vegetable and contain neither lift;4'10,shrunk coitttiowat ditordtrt,4-c. MntictUo LEWB A A G.L.I1anmicuoat& .-'
Harris S. S. 23. J. C. McGee, Madison Fla. Mercury, Antimony, Arsenic-nor any other :Proclamation.By C&&vsa ).m p.If. -
!1. T. CARP ITEIL Miss SO A. B.Clark Tallahassee Fla. Miss mineral in.any form whatever- .They are entirely 'lit thX preparation1 'are strongly-concentrated I '

WM. L. SEAfitES, i N. J. Madison Fla J.fil. Dongall TaQahassee Weltordl' ) composed extracts. from rare and power all the Medicinal! properties of SA&UpiULLi Noticeil .M l 'do
SMITH tevens Madison,Fla. S. S.Smith Fla. fat-plants,tbevlrtnes of whlchf though'long '.- '
J. B. iJVi.: Jasper. known to several Indian tribes, and recently : combined With the most effectual SEALED PROPOSALS[iAi. .

On the motion to adopt4e'vmng ques some eminent pharmaceutical,chemists are altogether aids, the most salutary productions, the most :: DgComaainee .sj;= -

lion was called and the yew aw i nays ordered SHIP NEWS. unknown to the Ignorant pretenders to : potent and simples! of the vegetable kingdom; lusty of Learning,**' ioeate t '..tU. c. S

which resulted aafoi owB| leas ,74, medical science: and were never before athninis- 'and it has been so tally''tested not only by the House 6th Florida ufl12.'cljI.ei i !' .
day sfJly next,for aIEg aMlJ
o e. PORT OF JACKSONVILLE JULY T tered in so happily efficacious a combination I patients thetnaelreSr but also by Physicians!
iSncauro The first operation ia to loosen from the coats erecting,aid finishing eompL 'Of A:
that it has received their' nnqoalified buiYiliag,Oft;b1 thIrty feet,1Wp mIIIl
oftbe stomach and bowels,the various impurities recpmmendationt
TO osc's ZIGTL-tOId stories KKTERED. and crudities constantly settling around them; the Governor of the :.State ,of Florida. and:'the approbation(of the public to Dpaeh t'wenZy4re bihD1IiLi. re

very often bare a forcible raptie( to present July 27.-Schfo.K. Fish,Key West. and to remove the hardened faeces .which,: collect WHERE is required.by law that'an ; and has established on its own merits a The" wboto. the,work to be c ApMailelirafy so4bs -
held in this State by. nIt I day,of l0ab.r! s.SZL.u.4
the first
aiecdote In the convolutions of the small on '
times. following we, far and far
CLEARED. In doing this,unlike other medicines they do Monday in October next: ,toys Register of Pub reputation TAUT XITTCACT superior cood for the faltb1perfurceafth.nnr4
met with lately in an exchange j-apen lie to the various compounds bearing the ..11.re11ured. I I 1: ,"
Lands to bohlfoureazasn4 ,
UnIiIbIS '-
U but a
successoi -
not reduce the debility, produce
N. Y system
"How is it, John, that yjfoj>nng| the wa. July 26.-Sch. Mary Ann, Hooper delightful) sense of renovation and vigor, often. ;shall be elected andqualifiedt ; name of Sarsaparilla:> ulseafles have been *Persons disposed to bid,eau1aWiissjs..1i h'

gon home in such a couditi"I 1' I 26.-Melrose, Moor, before their direct operation has been completed. It it thertfurt ordered That the said election be cured,8uch as erg not furnished in the recordaof Information as to the ebaraeU. oRM.-k"b.
I 30.-H.B. Roberts Swasy, Charles- which ,la.an. held throughout the State,on the amid first Monday dose,sad also see a draft of&t bdi.by p
broke it driving over; stnJ4p. This is a peculiarity they possess time past; and what It has already done aonal t "
appiieatioa J4H f!
ton. eminent and..hence it, is that they are in.Oetober next according to law., ;
I degree;
the .
"Where! ; for thousands who have used it;it is capable BARTON

.Given under hand and 'the Gres C -
taken by the weakest and most exhausted patients my
"Back ia the woods, ha1a! mfe or so." with almost immediate benefit when other medicines Seal of the ?tate.of Florida at the of doing for the millions still *ufleriB OOPOI'E. :,

"But why lid you : ;:n against' the Head Quarters, would aggravate the debility. [Seal 'Capitol In Tallahassee.' this J5ti.'.day. and tro gliagi! with disea e.<- ,It,purifies; X DANIEL ..':.;

stump! Could'nt you s 4 viitisighti" TwiirrH. REGIMENT F. M., Otbr.mediemea. only. partially cleanse the f July.'A. 0.1830; ": cleanses,and Btrengthcns! fountain springsof .B"eo--.t lit
jtto King's Ferry, July 24.1850. I small intestines,' and leave such collected masses ,THOMAS BROWN, life and uifnses' rat wfll also be'reeerfod iad einddls4
J with new; vigor throughout for erecting Use bnOdiags of br&;%: : '
ORDER behind as to produce habitual eostiveness ,GrmernorlJj.F. !
1 did drive straight ; : is the J the whole ia1 frame. Uy order of the ,
J all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhoea, with Its ,
Gonrnor-AUeets CHARLfls8t1Jc.
very reason that J. Silt!,r it. The 'o.J-_ Imminent dangers.: ,"_,," """ -, By- The diseases for' which tbi. article is.recommended ,
tump was directly in & of ;the. L. iThe xsilitia of the Counties of The second effect*of the .Llt'e" Helnes Is C.'W.-DoW1JiG, I are' those to which it,is known & .B.. '. :S41oha' $ Of,L. '

Dual and Nassau, composing the Twelfth Begi- to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder and by ,Secretary of Sat, from he' Jaael3'lSa. :J"1J .OI, ,.tat: .
road. if personal to .
i experience .adapted
ment of Florida Militia will be divided into and this means the liver and lunge, the..healthful'action Ta3aLwsee.Julyie. I85Q.; Jn3y25., ; I if
\Vb,, then. did sLj tgopund; it?*, constitute two separate Battalions; the militia of of which entirely depends upon the regularity 1 : and those apparently removed" beyond, the _CIRCUIT O't.tJ Ti; :

"Because, sir, the haft nointhemiddleoftheradaiId right be county eC Duval to constitute the First Batalion 5 of tbe urinary xtrgana.- The blood which take 'NOTICED: sphere. of its action have yielded to its influ VTHERN,CIRCOJTLO3.b4

; a right commanded' by Lieut. Colonel OSCAE its red color from the agency of the liver and the To CI.lm..t..r Bounty T.sintla.rVTHE ence. The 'catalogue >of complaints might If
fun; and the militia of the county Nassau before it into the heart being thus .To MATTiax,'1850..4 .
ink!" |tf| passes and rsign d to obtain Warran'si be greatirextended"to which the Sarsa'parilla '
I to constitute the"Second Battalion, commanded by them and Donribhed by food coming proposes Nancy Vanderipe,: !Ja gl. ... .4 t
', John the stamp 4 tebt jtot to have by Major THOKAS. Joxss.H. from purified a clean stomach courses freely through the fur lands for aU claimants' who win be entitled is adapted, ,but experience proves its val e, YI. ,_ } .B ,,
ben in the middle (f the bof I wonder The commanders of Battalions veins renews every part of the.sykem. and triumphantly when thereto the under shall the have Act passed cow before and become Congress a and each eueeeedicg day is adding. new trophies J'bD'W.V. .riJ. "' ; ,'" .. ("
same -
that yes was so foolish ast tot .lo consider nbove named into will subdivide their respective numberof commands mounts the banner of:health la the Uw, for the moderate sum of FIVE .DOLLARSfor to its fame.4YOTILER And norw'at this day ejetbsC1aI"

that it was here, asd was: stronger Companies leaving an equal blooming cheek. each Warrant when obtained. ,by her Solicitor.OIaafl.Ihjut1Ea.,
men in each as near as may be, and will order 1 1850.Spencer. claImants CURE SCROFULA.' and moves for an Ordor _...A.rADd
than waoa' : Officers each oUterteps Ang The otjetl vf this notice u to glre to SJJIIeU.
elections for
year Company ,
takicg ,the The following' strikingand will be it being shown to tbe *IfddI*ordleCRdi
al- an opportunity of procuring at as
do ic that I .
father thi am as will ensure a thorough organization.lAl.
Why, yon by afSdiiit that the said Defer 'a resijes.
& Baker heart possible s fail inveterate It
expense- en core
As Alter permanent case
I. soon as practicable ,
yield ffI".ghti? Not withjsttk C.
State of Florida
oint up the ,and StatwraaR
Those the services of the
ways wishing to secure undersigned
Officers of Scrofula c .is i itself to'all similar
election for of the e.al !
the set Companies mme v
I am determined to stick ijio pern, come of the Regiment the Officers elect ia said ,will call at his office, or address,him Otleiett That fau btard ai
what will* .ii :, Head campsnies Jacksonville Fla, by letter, and prompt sttentioa will be given to afflicted: the next term of-t&is Court l! = ,' I
will be officially reported at the. Quarters Tiat
.. And it is Onltrtd essaThb.
what i is the of of the by the commanders of Battalions. their claims. ,PHILIP FRASER,' v SOUIHPOKT, Conn.! Jan. 1, 138.. frt&7' ,
"But use, .14 .landing regiment Win practice in the several Courts in the Eastern Attorney Law. dant appear aod'.answer said Ba oi M WeIw1MJ
E. D. Messrs. SAris E Gentlemen for the
to rights when on |. Pta greater TKACY theU. S.District Court -Sympathy first }Ionday I November a441, a4 Sm* tell>
.p you g Colonel Cum'dg. Circuit of Florida;in Jacksonville, EL F.,July 15,IgSO. 6t afflicted induces me to inform yon of the remarkable
thereof that the said Bill mayrfce Mkeal acaisofc
wrong by so doing! It "f Northern' District of Florida the Courtat effected in the
; Supreme -- cure by your"Sareaparilla caw Provided Htak Order
him confesuoi this fco
"I haU eland up for thertkt all hazard" Head Quarters Tallahassee; and prosecute claims before'Congress List of:Letters: of my wife. She was severely afflicted with the published pro in tkt&|
"Well, John, all I have 1i1 sayt is this- .. 1ST BATL'S I2ru KEO'T, F. 11. aid the_Departments of the Government at REMAINING- ia'the Port'Office' Jackson, scrofula of the neck on different were greatly parts'enlarged of the body and;the her glands limbs ida fur four months somenewspanev preceding T f t J ] "' "S

hereafter yon most furs, sh |our own Jackson ville,.t. F.,J.uly 27,IcfiO. Washington. ,. June 30th, iSO:- much swollen/ After'suffering over a year and JOS. B.JjtNp VSTEH,- :T'Judge

wagon." .1-.1la j\ ORDER, S.'SnsCJL Armstrong, A. Hendrick,AndrewHammond finding no relief from the remedies used, the dis Circuit Court_Southeir- *Ccna of Fla1;
the political world then is *'very large No. 1. I J. McRoBERT BAKE Adams John It, ,George ease'attacked'one leg; and'below the knee snppurate Atraccoj'y- f ti! :L1t 4,

anJ ugly stump placed dimttly'ia the mid- the'T.eInh Sept.,6-tf Andrew. John P Horbnrt-Benjamin j; Her physician advised it should be Iaijupenwhieb WITTESS," J.Jf. Praeewell,,.Cle k 6t.nraLI.
mIlE First Battalion of Regiment _ _
taker.Joseph S Johnston Edward-2 Court
4hicIonr was done bnt/without any permAnent ;Key West; May 2Ist.AifM1lL> -
of the road
die bigh over great JL of Florida )iJiliua comprising the *iuitia M6ROJJEHT .BAK En., Brantley,John J Johnston, legvlatiTe wagon has to assi What is ot the county v&1Juv& wJi-bu diTKud into t ointaiiies OF'THInltX"OF" SPESCER .13-a. Brothers AndnnrW: Johnston/James A were induced to use Sasds* Sarsspariila." Tie : 13J1900.' i **. '! !
of kllowcitieAI : u loilows,to wu: & n. Bibb R.John Martha.HakerJoW1 .jiJ'il. '? _
worM,too tome our&u.em1 George first bottle produced a decide J and wopderf.il effect ,
% helped the North to j tJe stump All the militia within the lines commencing at [Attorneys.aFLatc.odbcWiiTfc. E.''J i<.) Jones John A ,"relieving more than anypreseription she had .Goods at Red eJA rri c '"
the market placein"JacksouvilJtandruiuiiug Uaccn.Mr Irwin,John M ever: taken;'and before"si had n'ei six bottles, -" .
hs i rather ) _
exactly 0 to thence slung the faoama 'M\U road to 'Lruu.creek & NOTARY PUBLIC.: I Jl1rDe Meshack; Locther,Miss C to the astonubmest and delight other friend;she ATTHB 'f ''i\\ ( : tk

I dig away the revioas1y Uie-v duwn ua creek auu across the 'Commissioner- 'appointed by the Governors of_ Bray John lLaugst;,"m K.. found herbealrh quite restored. It 'is now avers ".JACKSONVILLE CHITh ITORL' ,
hidden it. earlh"hkhE litl'os now river At.Joltu s to"lie outmost j/rojcciioa of ...eady .take Testimony Affidavit BrasdonJohn I> MooteEetgune. ;AI year since the cure was 'effected ,and her health -. -:--- :.I ii- 4
insist in tamp, because 's I'ujnt,thence swab suuui ea .to the iung a the following 8ta.teg to, I George McKee,Frances'R-3 remains good showing the disease was thoroughly 8 .er. jr15&7$ctiied l.Z. .4&i'

it ia in the middle of I it ; road leadwglnnDJK to ot. .ugukUue, ?, and A tknowled gments to be used therein t I Caldwell,George Morgan,James W" eradicated from the system. Oar neighbors are the following article v. id>:hoi jded$1.
being hence.along sd riad w tbe *uuuieruk vi Maine, Virginia I Captain of the schooner }McKinlay John c an knowing to these facts, and think very highly. prices that cannot fail to lllit p 4eheanPrintedMndllnefrem 1 t"1'11-.
one of their undoubted ; n4ahat por- the river AU.Jehu s, si4 acivos the naue to the Vermont TJbrtb Carolina! Jbmcline. Marine, Elsy 3 .. of Saudi fcarsaparOIa. '" .r IZ-4 Is. GNt.Pob wfll

lion of the bigh way. Little I'ibty whether market place'iu Ja4.5LuuViIA tae point wf beg.nnibg Carolina Carter, Isaac ., JlitchelLCaptTG' : Yours wrth-respeet,' .JrtrcsPuLri, Do; a 1.g. "i *
the wagon i iii broken or b; the pas. ,10 eoiwtitute o..e coni auy,Bititn is klui daua Massachusetts! South Clark. Capt Nath T-2" \Maria Margaret: White;Plain and Fled do fta I3k5 <'" 14
insist their baz- will lorerer be ]u.ow>i as cvim any A, the ConnecticutGcnr, Campbell,James' Newson farah B I Extract from a J letter'.from: Mr.Irigrabam, Ginghams from- :; lSS4t 3714Tlt

cage they on miuter ground CJ f ucla wui be M.uicpubua. New York, Alabama! Clay, Thomas, "_" -' Napier Margaret agentIemanwell tnown in Delaware county Calicos of the latest style,. I 3B' -* *
ards. Would U not be p tsB'them to iuue iu Jacksoaville: I i Conner James O'Hrine, Mikal : itself, 1 LiD9Cha.mberayamm ,2dt.2*: :
Pennsylvania, Mississippi, .It commends boa1teimilarIyaf-
reflect "poo the agency they< It giving Ail the KiUtut wiwuB the lines commencing at Conant,Capt Warren. Peadon James A ; : Figured Laces from< J; IS S4 a 1S-:",-'

the stump its present positi&, ore they the aloreuud market juuofc in Jackauurille, audimniiig Delaware, Texas.' Coy,Caroline R.: Peacock JuJU dieted- : L.C.Handkerchiefs,from It t..z to ICOS
in practice their threat to break the tliCMce alot.g uua,hauanut mill road U Mary1a cft an; 1.-ly Ijell, U8&D' Quaikeobor;J-JU BoyN'Y..Mareli2G- .1S17. Line*Drills from Ii, at 1e.._ .
put | rout eretk tkeuue loug ttie swutheru bout or Davidson J S. Bean;, John 'Gentlemen- My wife has used several bottles Vestings,from.. Clj.to f .
wagon upon h, merely brcapfe. jtfeose who tbe tame to Moutenct* utek.thee alo g the LIFE INSUBANCE,. fJevere,fcamuel 0' Rowse.Vm A.' ,' or, A'awaparilla,.,which,obtained. of your Silk and LLfle thread Gloves:fit, ti-2, o 14
helped them put it there I' ; t a great eciitre of said lat named check to its bead, Uusuce 7 Daguerrian Artist to' eD.WmF F- agents yoar In this place,from which she has reeeiyed A fine assortment Edgings>id :

improvement lo the highwa} iN'$oL assist in a direct Lueto titeheaa or'Mc.O.1CotjU, Or, Provision,:for_ ._the Vldaw&Orphsm.THE _,,: J4. DihbL MrDobson It ichard Lewis,Mary:Ann.- 2Steel. such special benefit-that'I ,am induced to add every price,with many other ftCtlelesi" .** fb* tiry!
Lbence direct line to the mouth of flsuware I 4ili-" : t
in its removal It! mine ta the abundant testimony BOW before the .Goods line,lately received.. .
,Tbere is one thing u ] $Q\t peoplesiho creek,thtuee acroai to the mouUi aud up'Alcuiri'scieet :znw TOX. _< ,A T smart James It public ia favor of its medicinal .Her father Mar 23.. -tf \VM4 ,: ..EF.S'
very ou mile,iLta'ce oue wiet and,vs Lbs ti. Dell J. Saunders George. mother .and other,relatives have fallen -
own the vehicles that tlf el $ver this J I t bn s nv:r to the said Aiug a road, thence slung Life fIi s uran i Company, Eagan George Silcox James A. victims, to eonsumpUoo and,it was-aupposed A -----r : -

road will take rery good Are' ibat their ai rub 4rinl" iu fnore: 1 two- acriMO uw same to the market place in Jack>va- Goff George 8 L ,J several tornsof raiting UuoJ .,and at length I' ,
'fur Invested In 17.8. stocks! Samael--3 YVm G !, *q) JI.I .
now, principally Green Temple
1 I,nile the pout of.begiiuuug; 10 cojutituto OBO : : became so reduced 5Un1.her life was despaired of
; ,
: Courier. 1' wnich is kitered and will'fleeter U Green;Patrick Tb wtD; ,a. .1MftDter.inorms dIIc4Isek..
: 11 company S28D,OOO..n rapidly nWJmQatJ'lIt from day to day. We were induced to try your ,. s andopenedhicSCHOOLiu 'W.,
bawD'Company b,the muster ground of wbicnaid'compny Grant,John Tnarndiek,GeorgeGoradless beror-menLioned.from theoaeoi ,
A .'r. Jte, LJS PRESENT RESERVED FUND, $85,000.TsrSTCCS. ', Townsend.Jessee Sanaparilla the Ci-fatt 00 (.
< .willbc at tee J1lk iard, zsrJwtioini.i1c. Augusta .
which her health has,beca restored; so that for Court-House-VilJretiijns
-1. Dr. ond of the Us
Aa act like that recorded .obJa. .." : Holland, James H' Thomas James story
able beedomsstSedaUeL
-" the pss&jearsbebss been to.attend to
thanks for the liberal 4tt *ied* bbs
< > .
AJl ibm millU&'withIi the lines commencing at ., Hunphris,James Sarah' patrona : "r
ian.uy which the battle Ji'f j *'r" : -' Tylr-Rngb ,_ _. &D4laopea by bis exertions''and] saurcr4aeSarniceSt -
Tbe caun conrage and stern .;Fire alo ::11-' JM Booth Alontcriefs. creek,';and runuiug.benue AI.rrII'Frank1iJa; L-ot'ih.,1iew, York Hisly.ElisaHarris.. W.J 1nCs.C1ark' t ReepectfuDy. yoursJon., I IBRdXCJRrris B.ian"i" ", 'a.eoutirnThIw. ,at.,lbsare & & ,- "..:.
stream of the its bean "
to '
J same ,
up ,' -
' of thwintrcp d pilot throw .in 11'. si Life Ir irance .' *Ebeiieser Whitney, Mary -' ; S iflf'U'1 '.Jf.I' .. .
< ty thence iu.direct liue to:the bead of J cCoy a Yprk.Life,Insurance Harrinzton, CUREDl I : 1. '
. New f"per
, Fmanan
' all the ferociovc.exbifcrtio a .t.. Non creek then**to'the'month Fishware creek, -Pliny ;Actuary'. Hcartley: ElitabeUiHouston. Wiffiams,Edmond-2- '.IoJlowiDgrSbo1fs,; be virtue'ofih Fa* ReadingTriting, $4., [ '-1
,. I The nuMber. !' t p',
Company. .Maria WflHams. ,Peter : '1 .
iup "f trmnpet sounded. .ftI' Jtence to(ho moaUi aud np Jin's creek to us Counsellor r' at .'. ,. .. -' wUh uuurt_ .
;". ; Onamus BnshnaU,Attorney-and- f Sarsaparilla' in 1fmoving Br nchitiS", .a dii.awLbifiiotepeediIarrested TIle dove -
bead thence wcat to tbectnmty line,thence '
, BO wai ing flag?; no cbeerin .is/1tn'] con the county line to the Kings road .thence along Law,2* NaUU- tne&-.j Persons calling1 for letters'tn"the*above Js<, 'Tead. Joconsurnption. History;per quarter'r :'k' I i' "1, j( .
rides him'side along David A.'Bokee,'Representattve hi Congress.: Or-witIi two tf.lto.littsrlqoarter 1 'teH
.. by ; no hugh: glory said road u big '. fcoreriag iu the smoke ab< fr: Ii b d.Hear..- creek to the m .th Jtfoatcncf I creek,the place Alfred Freeman;M. D ,2 8 East Broa4.,. not get them/' "'-MARK BUTTS,'P, .''M..',. the secretions"and itstonicand : i\ i. _
. ': Here lmatrueJerooueu f of beginning to constitute one'cwmpaoy, which John M. Nixon-" I(Doremus-. Nixon'DryGoods Jacksonville, 'Ju1yU"U50-" :' c' changes by Jle'wSl tiaCh th1i.. tm
+ 89 Nassau-Street. ; : '
1i. ) alterative pmtiesremoTestheDnbialth7 aboJLafJn and Greek,f .
; I
p leucredaud will forever b* known as '
aad Earth look with i compauy .
eq Jacescy.Tbefoflowingocideutisr jTewyA. eben. Late WrightNelson &Ran- action 'Mi: paUenJ Isjrestored tx health 'H01iI'I"Gf-niUon-Fram' .
C the nnster ground of which will be at or near ; e ;
f:. pilOt: ra4Ic1'.Old held"near Cedar creek.. -dall) 22 ;; % -' 21r. .0.5 o.c1oct.11. \ t,'. $ -
of the cteamer Griffith, who ,,dim to. Afl the militia within,the liDe.I commencing at Henry Seamau.(Late Representative In Con- rulE firm oMX'P. SMITH t,CO. is this fN.uTf1C'ift: seNoiiTi3ro3fsssiL -I" .5 \VILLLUI.TJJ ItUd.u**. .

b II" heroism: 'f'' i"; ; the hJngsr>$ at'1 homu' frwamp aal&' 'press,now Seaman Mcfir.)2J Broadway. :.u Jay' dissolved.''I'M lell'or. the late ,. SAJDS Gentlemen: I "t Dia. ;Jac3onvW4Mdg9lSSO. : '& -4.5i

. V.,... Holly;of.Missoon- ,. onq&nstbat" .' tbeoeo awag said road to Ifig 1'rout creek,thence JOhn C. beach- :'Counsellor- at"Law-., 14-Vcrick- firm wbeiet&IodbyD.P.mlth. '. n public;for the good of, those: afflicted with!Broa- .
,. downtkesam*to.iu JDOatla.Ikence,ACrOiII thenverbtJo'et&dArees Place. D. .Sf1TH ehitis the healing properties o/yonr iSwsapariBa: ': Th1sinss ,co
wfaeu the flames were 'mak L idlyto.yard lino to- the.outmMt lease[ C. Kendall,.(Harden &'Col, Forwarding A.:J/MILLER MyirIfeiuffered .ent.1.mol1tht In siwh- a .
'..- the pilot house of the 5t1J be heard pcctioa 14 J,1'oiDt tbence.south south ,Jlerchanu&,Dealers In Foreign Exchange. ,) : ,. -. manner II I is-not easily described;.at.times she Dnt GOO- .CLTHlNG- :S :
',. ; ,,.,T ColnmbuV June 2-Jt.:.: ::1ot.r.. : ,. ,. .
., cone one,the mate be thin II toqtaire of the east to too Jiing's road kading front Jacksonville 6Wan- Ueet \ J c. ? was notable to speak abore a whisper, and when .. rWf1'
" o to iitAagostine,thence south and east Samuel c. ax.iu.Aflen&Psuoa.5h1pphigand exposed 0 the eoMaarUoe: wi0ned something .. i =
, at thewheel if be 'along
' maa ind his -
,.L, said road to tbe county line thence the Commission Merchants.) 134 Front-street. IN like spasms In the Uuoit,he effect of wtudi was '
following '
; ." post.* Tbe man gave aIwilL y,jrcsponae of eouty JUM to the Atlantic Ocean and along the ..IIerrickJ;K. Herrick Co., Importers. EASTERN,CIl iUIT.OP rz.oza felt In Uw ears and :!laasinf Uaxs to.Gow.The .- ,lgV1gVNDERslGXED IBu'ud :
iJ This directed his '..tenon to the same to and op the Jtasean:nyse and,TboinsV *and dealers in stationery)73 John street. or.D : complaint was attended:with> dry1,cough -u a Store oathNorthStreets will l + .
.COCKTT AtIscUUFZ1. 0cJu and .
J.M.Ward wen,Hardware,211 Fearhitreet. i the:'constant jrritationand inflama- 4 .
wheelman and be watch to the I the of produced by
; hisbeariag road place "
faegid- Am
; swamp eta' .1; S. Bussing, [E t-J Bussing k Co.,_nail ;and Julia E.Ladd,: > --1' -. i UOQ of the throat.' Bt the nsa'of your.SawapriUa *- therein' and d1Iei t : j
when the boat u OM lettered
, ; stopped, hehere' UDJDO- aadwilllarwerbo sung; composo known company ,.I), the : Iron maizuacturersj 33 Cliff street.. .- ,.', ... vs.' >.' :Bill for,Divorco.Tr she:was perfectly cured'it being now .more ,TKLi. & :!. .EIWNi 'L' i

ved, zmygrsspuigthe .!/:{completelydbe muster groandt>('cIa \will company bo ;near Coloa4 Spencer S. Benedict [Benedict.Rockwell. importers Natbanl3.La4d. .> than three months since shOIIn1'qmOM oth. They have ensued already 44siIoetllment -
nyeI a amei. Mr. 11 of street. "to the satisfaction of the Court i I disease,,:. .' ,
Jabs 1rovard's. : : hardware.1811'earI awjcarins .... .; J. of DR y GOODS'ANIf4DTG'
most have been burned op;.. itacarsa1': : All the AIi&Iai: .'said'county, :) south 44,the? Cyrus P' by SSoint Wed ttafc the Defendant in the I &*_""Yours. *JSf.&V;w ._ h 'uSOXQJ. \-n'- -nil". .- to whiett will be sJwrtry sjej4ad.I

ter Ae boat ceased to move pMsed. bro' southern boundary of company U,and west of the Daniel.: 8. MU.r 161,[Dster.MUer; ,-kCo.slilffersand .. above entitled cans reside out of the State of I *Extract from; a letterreceived fimMrNW'lr .i heeled stock of GRtXZtRW'4H4VW4Rtr. '
the' Barnes *ni' overboard. 0 aforesaid King's road kaoijig'from Jacksonville grocers,] Front street. r I Florida,and beyond tM jurisdiction of this Court i ... : @'' & srtlehaheerMdC1tl .
u. nlltJ\T&n-tcOOWJj
fouo4, I. dj wa to aciABgisUnoVnortft'of creek;, sad William. Partosv[Grant"and Barton.,dry coodO I therefore, 'wi BOtio-of aid CompWnanV.,.;*by I .''.-;','", >'. -- I. They Intend to sell oa reuat44 srtisCASh
badly burned. It William I '
bughz'to, east of the riveriL4 J.ha'4t.oompoM one company 123 street. Iuaen1--- : 11 1 Griswold. fc Brvwt Ewjs,herSobeltort i Louisa, ontyya'dentienuI .u <$1 ( or OU3 T.SMit4Ifl'. .-'
Aif ekynd buried in, '. ,which is lettered and will forever be known William Cozo Dnsenbury;fWoMward fe : R it Ordtnd.: Thst Jl Defendant pwar&d' hare eared a negrt toy Of mine cit share of the pvblie p2re4'I' :.'

This. ooblect of heroes, "C1dIhatn as company E,the muster ground of which will bury,commercial agents,]45 William street.1Ilaving '1 lower tbe.Bia Complaint of said Complainant,I. with your SartaparOls,' who,was attacked withscrofBia win be manufactured to ordetU r .

by. iu*.:post" mad wo t'r9v' throwaway bss&btaa4&dn.-1t-f '. ", ." --_ 1"1 1 within three months,cv lbs same will 1 taken as .. ,and eta scrofdoiafanrfly.- -: ,KIEL&Vt4Apri22thlS5o.pr -
bis' 0.. life fa' tbi 'AH,the nulit' wiCLln: ILs.Unes commcuciug issued over Sao policies, : ompant -i confessed, *gain*hlm.i; !'fd.U't"T.t..l.1 : -" ;--yours nuy:,H *WtI : :f
c lD A C-.O at the louthcrn boundary 2ine of company U,.ou is BOW established OB a firm basisw-*T? I Mit(wtkr.OCd1rdTb& ibis Of.I "Fredericks Hill V*,Jufr IT,1St5." ? *
i a,long the sresterm-bank of tb* riyor',8a.John's and : The Soared are the only Stockholderiaa4-aD. br'-duly certified b,.the Clerk at this Comrpublished 1 .' .. ( tt ,.j 'iT'i iL
m icsjdeal our city and i f 'otomo raaaas; 'thence along .said:'bank of said river the profits are divided annually :, w "; .. T.1 in some newspaper printed wlthi.the: S.t. "; s Will l 1 o5t ad' 7tbaa" so.L 1 -

4eerTes aobler i IDOAD south to tb*county .,thence in:fa direct linoU Certificates. vidtod.art Issued annually.to Eastern,Circait.Flontoonet.'..weekconana! tamecessaryto'direct-attenfion to an article,i .very IIbeTIPtrODaS.proaadssttIafr vsolidtfiii* ,

Kocky'Ford oa; bo south:prong'of Black the parties or placed at their credit on ski Books YeI1lw. lDeuth. ." ':i ". "" .' wen known," &t'lI01JU1ar.1I. npouste, indrespoetfi-JkiAtoi-1 -
:' r EStUfl f Creek tkenco north west to the nortn prong of of tb.company'and such dividend.an additionto i : -. .; ,THO.6i50UGt.A i".f preparation brt patients often who wiab to use oIe1.are <.

.' u-' .inpitntimg the.aanur, and;atong lbs tbe CUB tewed, bearing interest, at six",per J'LnWII Fi.zXnr1l'C1erk Of fJc ao' ihe. tra 4 of:tiampmrina'are_..indnced: *try '. Kf '.
''I.rona. .lnt" northern bask f tb t.1)er payable In cash,... : i bearing the name, oat containing May2dI8Or : '
AJL Seloaiiias *meae "e*-a Uy- Hearing ee 1UInm. 1" hereby tM above tok a tow,copy orau worthl sS eompcrands 'l
'a qw .. aid creek vttoa st...anI.1wI: ;wlll;.,.fellow ,Inwnuiees thfwboU terra nf dtpre. certify and entered of Wcord ia said entitled nttto oraone of'the virtue of hit vajoabl : -I 0'F ." .
nrunriffared b'David' sonof ttl IA the county line tbeuee:'aloug JII.county ralnnis when amomtkig"fifty'donar-msyi'at.; Order made old Court OS the 2&h day of May;A' .root f-fcnd.think cannot confer c'great** IuCIrcuttCo F
.r ;.s:' :, whkh 'j practical IM north to the joatbernboogodary line ol;cue.pzey $-,o option of;the fnsored.be paid wholly' es-sh, e D.ldBO.
-.are'prefored to pro I'' equali0uperioi &beaee along askd line to the or forty pet.at._'.t the, amount iisf* **on. credit: a r.T JmoBT.Whereof, en to set- tention la the adrerOsemeat th,Messrs8anIB .CovsrxoJ', .... 1s"t. t. b.ft ,
tbs"Jmia ;n4 esd rMirts met'ADd pn.tbe.. :4 11 ttWr r 'P.P1l'l',. 1 A ;.M riX.JI1: ;. i \ [t....) m11Jwa4. _'.aflli>tt*-:'seal of, said eolamn.'-;'.The"battle has recently bee.aJarpI.IobOld' : kf;< '- --Va'-i : ; ".1 !h "
lbs wish
&eras*to pobJClCkc.1U oa tt e nrer &t.t .) v -, i M :Co afliwrt, and those who sj <1f..T'J. !3ju4k3lwrr.ed-
to modi that is cold in this e njforpnre Jobs';La noiep.ODe eampsa7-whlcb It lalisred ,Insnranc*on,U Ute(s the.iml.v trpement;to i. 'ri\Vj .El IN- ii really good artkle will lad e6meectrsted la-this fl .jUezaader CaBahasuTX J .:"

_.fla,Arrow Root, bto 1I 'lea, 554'rilhr.ekJaoWII'as -paD-'Y', tbe perpetuate the'fne m*of tfco Katanf:Protector 1 ; ,t,,'V"'I' :jff c all the medicinal"taloe of,tb'ioOSTkt esp* appearing tb. m&zsictiJietI. ': '..
.._eaa .i l 'OIIII4 of wt.111 be 4Uain ttraaCl -" p.fter4eatb.-.T.bin cod those be'lon,It.oflmnbsUatlal : ..: .., .. '4 "t By 'ft ". I :. rieaosof thousands bssnoe&Itsemeec1 fa C" :by.sSdaTitftleathattk -
1.,- ia.tar.'J"- lolaoe ovtii for tt.jcrsvj v*** *J -: t'.1ne m.1BiiO.:" .Jaat ring ib1. varioasidiieaaw'fot vhldi Itiareeom- above fotitled ewe. resides outOf W .

boaie ..which se largely. inJdloleaa- (bo ail within; b. -county [buraf j deal taaa forsecth the evil*ud bldctb nfmwlf,,::": r ...... ,, .. _d .- ".< ;. .... : mended;'and at the orceact.thee mar than ur F1orUaudlle"o jariudletija t .
; 1D.domedle eses of thee 1. .outimfthf jack .fiS. team an"advantages sad 1 : II tbfctiTssMlii'JIP"riIIl .
nwthjrwjgof ;creek sad the PerBascan 1 "I 4NC1CUJTC01JRT4cHr(441VZ ;. :; other terbapCiata. thenfore. on motkm.;of;aaidJameo '
dG kSWUIi WSOIUtMtst p.u runoJig...ardil' alota&;aM.same.to,ths, rates iDsaraace from any of fh ;Agwrta f'tbo ClU% rtst a. Di'foIr-.t' ..et'IIII&IIL. W.Bryant.Eaq..bor 'r I ;\ t.efr; .

dI ,Vt are 4IH1af.iM: _, '01 nount;Da.._weal e r the UM.-ffOn.OM,-n0int nonaJ11 er' bJi' to A w'l1a4'f'J !, tS .Issniat__. lJqtit.L, 1'18tt' .t. "I W" ; Jt it Ok O/ro/rTiat said if .
n' "
eaeaik I"kqhsL1aothi river&Johei to auaord asowtt.,. l "L' # r. : 11odri rrCBiBCDT 8 BB&'b\ aaswer the JJB1..Coapbtot ofwithlthreauaoutha.rIMaa. 1f.'
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.' 1:.'. ", in'cs:pr, annum payable entirely distinct offer from that above, leaf JL INSTTruriw?,under the care of Mr. rounding iJL.. form country-the citizens that of.h*.Jackson;opened : ATXHTW, :U1sI4Ti1'owasaL.O'i. .

$ ing subscriber to take their choice.':of.thii wide = HAETSOM assisted by Mrs. HA TSow.wai tabUshment with viw,to sU attention' ,lie,atx .Wl; b4rsifenadyswomtar msarce.ce-
: ". 1 1I rang .of 'premium-either the above 'offer .or opened for the reception of Pupils:on.the second that a "nimble ...da! .;
rafts believing:
the ; of claims before( Con-
( tieftJrt
-' ald & ion Monday In
: .
\ January last. ,
thOM ire n0w5pr0p055.S : ? than slow ": H ha e iti wkIh1s 4.Tb4 f'f4
.ft. '-i',e'ii&atk..: ',-T- ; !.'*., ,. Every jnKnber of&'club, or. any subscriber in From knowledge of Mr. and Mrs. ...' constantly a receiving"th shilling. **MOST $ ; tl.'t- >8p '- t. =:. ; i.etecu&"saiia

i. n ,jj Inserted at the flowing iany.other way,*haU each be- entitled to the four superior; qualification, as well as from the most LATWT, *TTL ; of ..Ir&uq-.and.. ; ; Florida, aeae feat tae OJ*. ORIGm'4L OLD IJI..w
: ample and testimonials of their former '
\ 1 JOne DoUS pir' uar* (of twelve line)for following: beautiful' scriptural plates Christ' satisfactory Godstow1t--. : Half- TeiraaHMr senil itfta 'O1VI'
ra f Rebuke"J 4,Christ: Weeping Over rnsalem success, the' Trustee'of this Seminary embracethe Revolutionary, .' *. 'me" .; *
.4". '.: and5ettyThe. Cents for every subee- "The Two-Mary at the spal be" and the De, opportunity of recommending it to the consideration English and American Prints; ( I ,'Naval or Army ,IThink1s';, r. 4ofsrmisa4 his;.;sis_.

I4t: iti. "J. 'orly'Advertisers a liberal .liverance of 3VPetr.w:: .5 '.. of parents and guardian who may be desirous Chambrays y ; White and Colored .J.JEmbroiderec1.Mushnsi'Linen p4. Jaw: of Feb..11, Niece'S .she S S S'at'aEs.J' -' -" ('.A t..11.
of 'lit'
Premium art only lent when'subscriptions are giving their daughters or.warell. .a thor La j ,. I. i S
e.I. toooent win iMpjudtjl, AIT transient 'A4flIt15easut S ough and refined education. ; ; .Arrearage of Pay and J. '

,' .t'h *( bjfetinas[ having running account remitted The Lady'a direct Book to the for publisher 1850 will."contain- several This Institution is located In ,the'immediate vicinity Silk;Tissue and Bar ze; L.C. ; o1a te it) .Claim.for ., __ 4'5 S ., JI"

;:j i PtMcc) itb i paid, for previous to'UbI1T hundred good engravings.. of the village Madison Court House,one Silk'ud Cotton Handkerchiefs; Property destroyed j Ex'
S of the most delightful and in the Cotton Gl Lisle! Silk ; Sl .',;'-) ,
IK J S Postmaster I and others :sending Clubs,will healthy town ,es: Spun 'i-f 't
?, before
., oblige ni much Southern country, having population high ored being mus {
Whiteand.Co Hoaef' J.-o
; very by having them all addressed l ;
it ,P1210111&t.' _. ,. can govern their remittances to It moral and intellectual culture equal to any in the : service; Waggon-mas- _
one name.- is
no inconvenience to them,and ". .: .f_ Half-Hpsej ; 'ta' 1'Jtl:
.. ; for adrerf&ng: .by the foffowihg rates i' will be a great f&vortous. S United States. ;Marines' Jg' _
i In this Institution the whole S course of instruction Brown Shirtings and.Sheetings; i '. r41.su.
g -. ,fpM *rure (t Jfl!'pnoa) published six months Premiums to' the fount'.tending Vie .largesnumberofsubscribert. will be thorough; and the pupils will not be Bleached ,u. -'S .
'-'.." for .' :. if. $10 00 ., permitted to pass over any study without an Intimate Irish'Linens; Silk CraaCo1; ; ; ec aritor"j'iroper I >
-:. t. 1'- itonthe, 1500 The townsending"na tbe largest number of acquaintance with it.. This wILbeespeci. Table Damasks; Scotch Diaper; ; ." the.rule*' -- r' Jot:1

'C lfoUiel to ael1iaZd creditors 10 00 ,mall subscribers for 1850 will be ally the cue with the exceedingly Important subject S ot:1T
.-: ". entitled to the of Mathematics, in.the different branches of Swiss and Cambric.Muslins; the different Depart -

"'". tier*'.of administration 6 00 ber Lady's each Book for 1851 g.atia;and the next in num which' pupils will bo' thoroughly drilled'and required Bar'd l Dp.: Striped Do.j; .itab>U claims of 5
#. ....' .: nti!of candidates for office, 500 above plates.' -receive. any one. of the' to give the reasons for each step in every* White ana Colored Berlin ; 'require. the serrices IrTht!_:

:,1 S NejmnsVaaoeanpaaied ) will;: be made unless the same Address r. A.S GODEY, calculation.The classes in Music, OrawltlgPaintillg'WaxWork ; _. Trimmings every description; .' '

ith'tie amount charged.. 113 CEesnnt street Philadelphia. Cologne .French Extracts the \ (
\ S ,and Embroidery be under the immediate ;- ; to. proper settle
"y !t Editorial 'D tWu) for private benefit'will le Jan 11-11 care of.Mrs. Hartson; and there is no institution .- Pearl, Gilt, and Bone Buttons; :. OJ

(:. Ifirged ioubl'S A r&to advert Wng. ,North or South where these branches. are Coat's) And Lee's Spool Cotton; regulated the amount :"iI.iL
.t r.I' Mechanical Art and
.Sciences. taught more thoroughly or scientifically. '
I JUligi ou Ob&'yan! j 'Marriage notices,w ill The strictest attention will be paid to the moral Mosquito Netting; :'r services required.. 1-- _

:.t,. published gTPjtI.'fl| .' D. APPLETON &.CO. NEW.YORK SS and general'; deportment of the young ladies; Fringe Gimps and Edging' insure insertion most ,,-,---.-- .

.. while,at the same time of sectarian With variety of Goods S.- MieM30 i v..e iIj"'OLD. ,
<. m*t be post paid.c3IET'ZONECLIPSED.. HAVE IN COURSE Or PUBLICATION every thing a every dec4-tf r ,
T) influence will be as carefully avoided. a- Dry Goods Store. Persons ,
e&1! ?
.1J, ... .. _,: : I.&I.L I. Im Parts Price Tuenty-Five Cents each, The scholastic year of ten months is divided into choso'wiU' 'do well' to call S and S DRiCQg/TO. NSEND,

A Dictionary two sessions of five' months each. Tfie first session selves. 'Bryant,- ..T B 01.*tJlfAL DISCOVWia Of TH*
.4.. MACHINES commenced on',the second Monday in January 'WILLIAM-P.. .
ENGINE GenuinejTowruend .
f.' TEzTA.Th'MEflICAN: PERIODICAL. WORK AND ENGINEERING and to end before the second Monday in June. .JpTil,18.185.Q. ".ATu.w, ,
: The to Monday business in the Court Old Dr.Towusliadi sow about TO yean of *s-. **J
:!.t ,_ _second_ __ __commence. ... on the second __ __ __ .. DI.r.or.
Designed for Practical Working Men and I L 4 a-----t '' .3. ,kan loss km U>WB on mba J VTHOK
in July, nub"nQ Dfioremo BBCOUU AUUIIU 'u and in th.Fed i
::Graham) i Bagazine: 1850.htI. ZAz* ( thtUkLWUIMt'OkIOLY.L 70 WX
'II those intended for the Engineer December. Pupils can enter at any time, and l T. VAWCB'SSea District of F1 ic1L SfJfD UR&44ILL4.-(JOfII'"._.

.. : l' ing Profession. will only be charged until the endof the term.- :Island Holier"' peUseMo limit&* paaa&einr*.by wklck mesas U ka
,t' -nE plendi4iunber "Graham's" for Jan.Lrw7 Pupils derive pea advantage however,by'entering .been kept oat<4i]market,and the sole timmscrlb tetkon
4" 4 ; ha ken the whole country by sur- EDITED BY OLIVER BYRNE, _at the beginning ofthe term. -,. : th. ; ;; only whrj *?# proved It* worth aa4.kMwe.td
Sabserlfcer State'respecting
i1 nrla'bigsiasthliUriry f has always stood in Formerly Professor of Mathematics College of Young ladies pursuing the full course will receive 1N1h. ,'begs leave value. It had feofibd the Mr of mtaj,Mvertkalen,
i. of Kea Island lands and':the location u tkoM woe had been healed orION dlMa***,
: cxoallentfon and pictoral beauty,in circula- Civil Enginten, London. Author and Inventor diplomas or certificates of graduation. 'planters penon
sad saM frofe-ibatb. iu *ieelln sad
.1" lie,that he can supply them with
and reput&t1i,it has won already for 1850greeD.razd'mo of 'ldUl of Form "The COURSE '
STUDY. w"-efftl1
Or -S '
*, & $ almadant lawrl in the loud New and Improved System of Logarithm singlE; 'fefALiNd.pbwER. \
The course of is divided in five classes. SEA ISLAND RoLLER S '
which ie 5 from quarter of the *, "The EUmenttofEu- study
M S *alas 'c | every Kaowbtn JIIn" go. that h* bad Ij kf* oUf
** o : did by Colon" etc., tie. The Studies of the Juvenile Deportment, are No doubt II longer entertained upon the United etraee> and ei er&ce.devised .* snide w'lctl..W

.' *% The First .EaJKoii of the January number is .-- Spelling Reading, Writing and Mental Arith. Gins in use, and the Subscriber ,services, pensions k* of l JIdfta..1o mankind .... ikeBMS

: afls1y exbettiifjl, ample u our supply was ,mIllS WORK is ;large 8ro. sue, contain metic. from the general satisfaction he and for horses or IMalC1li'< famished to bring it late.aairvnl
tbougbtto haT beenand A SECOHD EDITION JL ing nearly TWO THOUSAND PAGES, upwards /Yrrf Clott.-Rwding, Spelling Modern Geo- last seven years, he will receive : notice *bl. vlrtae would' be knew

.i h' offf ebfpnce'-*'now f* n**. The vast in. I Of FIFTEEN HUNDBED-PLATES, and SIX THOUSAND graphyf Grammar, Writing, and Arithmetic:. .Prices-low;and the Gins made the',Jnited-State sad appnelai-t This: time ka CUM.tke uy

crease of Its here("fnr*I mnporollelled list of subscribers I WOOD-COT It will present workingdrawingsand Second Cltut-Arithmetic concluded. Elementary erials S S and' workmanship.. 'Taiutxb jtffh r r; JQri.4LLED'PR: .j1 no*

enable*the!publishers'' to promise their descriptions of the most important machinesin Botany, Mldera Geography with the use of ,, BOXES AND, Florida.. .t* nMaulaetarMl en the :Usxett scale ud I* celled LaS
'f reader a anocesslta numbers ef beauty and ex- the United States. of the the Globes Parsing Exercises, History of the for sal* cheap;and Gins throughout tkVVirth and brasdtb of the laid,*.sp.cIaIS l
Independent results .
1' eeflence lUCk a*4a equalled by no periodical American ingenuity it will contain United States Watts on the Mind Rhetorical rates.' S ly ai it te foan*Jaep kl.of dagenenikm or,dcuripra.
.1 JIo'a. com, Reading Spelling! and : "!' '. .' .
.; la the world. treatises Mechanics MachinerEnginework Defining. Agent 4 .. S
plete practical on
.1-; iThoa: wbo hatjf alreadv seen the January number and Wjtk; all Junior.Studiet-Algebra, Geography of the .VILLELONOA &S'Acosu.Cent : l VaOke rout y.r.1'...It iiaprovn wttk*8jc
Engineering that AT LAW
excellence and for ; is Botany ( sad Saves eha:4ss.,irat for the better; beeaee it if Marnd
..t'. need DO asstfAnces j.. those who have flit, we'prefer affording the nnprejndioed folio volumes magazines and other books. ,Parsing in the Poets Reading Essay Writing N..A. HARDER Savannah Ga. TLA< hfkestknowfcrefik.5 esiss1e p'v.a ofCh.miatry b1.a ant ft Ik*.toteit-dMevrtoll -
: and uiaolfcitied praise of others. The (daily) Composition Writing. B. F. SMITH, Charleston S.u .
The great object of this publication is, to place entrust ) been kroktlilertaMne k*
pre*from one eld of the country to the other before practical men and students such an amountof Senior Studentt-Geometry,Algebra concluded R. R. RXED & Co., Palatka. E. of the Eastern die Old pr's hnaJUiUa. Tbs-
1 echoes the pnblieyroiee% pronouncing Graham'sJ4& theoretical and scientific knowledge in a Trigonometry, Chemistry Logic, Intellectuallliilosophy S. B. THOXFSOK & Co=Black Circuit .atacrrotlle known ta medical..
to be me ablest and most beautiful pe- form as shall enable them to work to the Moral Philosophy, Philosophy T. HOLMES & Co., TaHahasaeo. 'H* has 'aaa .ad WMM propnniM wUek

1. riodical th&t aarer ben issued in any country. best advantage and to avoid those mistakes and Latin (optional,) Daily Essay Writing PATTEESOM b. KINO'Burnt Fort connection with.aD 'are Inert fill usseiad others wkick if itla4. Is
For ourselves seWre4n( ,th faith of our vast body Composition General Renew of Studies. A. A. DgLoaxE,Darien. Ga.._ ;- ; ,tnputarlc -tkuIe pradveeurttMtefM*' .* <
.:.' fsVbcribeT8't, as well as defy tbe which they might otherwise commit. The Jso. S. FTLEK&'Co.. .' city; a*win ensure which l. iajurlos., H*r amount of useful,information ,thus brought together PRICES 07 TUITION. lice fit Ssrispsra. \I,e toffUtiU, thaI they enfinlrvaporat
;, t JM1117etr0rt.8 ot e4'pet4tIn us. Every ation't'tgarb .GEORGE L. BKOWN Newnansfill : t.i of such claims a* ,
almost ,
is beyond precedent in such works.Indeed. *and or* 14 In UM ptepuatloa.lt.nM Our am Mt
., 4. tempt to rtealth by our imitators, there is hardly any subject within its Juvenile Department, per. sea." of 5"months" $10 1200 00 %Vx. S 41' against. the United by a t$'.**;jb fncttt,known only to ikon*

'. produces a roar hieb iould be discomfitting to range which is not treated with such clearness First Class A.WATIKMAK, Ocal,E. F. nperleH 1 'cl1lre, ,Moreover tk H 9tU
thing short 0' .be iwist brazen pretensions. Second Class, 1500 J. W.PEAKSON. Orange aJoilbu.poI'.or u seihsisr
of the
and precision even a man most ordinary 2000

'?.- ..!e' .: 'r.r SPLZDID PREMIUM. capacity cannot fail understanding it,and Junior Senior Studies Studies, ." 25 00 iii A.: DURBAK &-\' .,. King' ., .ties.uad.r CIa. lI" .vcry v.IiaUIs.ralve.m..st'iestjvpq4 7' : .

,!ADKiFntsr SftATEK*," a large and fplendid thus learning from it much which it is important Music on Piano, ", 2500 S .AQ or stew 1M root till &Jaej ad aikcelor.d
saenoUnt, engrs'ng .alt. making a most exqui- for him to know. Use of Instrument, ee.. 500 OJr, .Ic1. I* mate from tb* catariocth

; i ftT4etureforp ijotortndy; : i* offered to any From the annexed list of the principal authors Drawing'and Painting, M 1000 St. Marys Ga.. May 80,, 1850. :AT LAW,.. Is cH':th+. from. any thing alas;thf a*

ia. II abacriber. Tjii'premium is far superior to and subjects comprised in this work it is eelf-evr Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 1000 'office'from Columbia sss molasses sOuls $hI&lsIgd 4 then Of call vapid It liquid-8AR3APARILLA twMtra WillIe

..' any offered elsewlwre.' .t dent that all citizens engaged in the practical and French Spanish, and Italian each 10 00 Jacksonville Female : .Dnval County.. BXTKACTor Tttf." Bat suck 1* aof tte afffcl

i<3 '.ITHEB;'CHOICE.Fer"Three useful arts, et.., may derive essential advantages It will,be perceived that 525 00 per term is the JW' -' r knows u Ute.GENUINE .k. "
thai he hat .
from the possession and study of this publication; highest price that can be charged for tuition in milE Committee of Direction 0thDR. JACOB TOWNSEND'
., S. : DckZZrs. ill!:aavanco, (par money in the following may be especi uly designated t the Literary and Scientific Branches includingthe .JL .the following regulations ; :' practice, .of:Law. lab # PAR1LLA,

,".( tie 6Ute from wBch it i,is remitted. ) one copy of Millwrights;moulders and boiler makers; artificers Ancient Languages.The The Scholastic Tear is to : .. 'This U no paeitjed that all the laert propertIes oftteV '

orihsmanlscoyof i ifti 1 in brass copper and ti n; cutlers and workers Institution will be supplied with Chemical of eleven weeks each. at each and 8aim.wa ftJP *U psovd .tahX .

LARGE. AN? JUfcNinCENT PRIXT of steel in general; carpenters; brickmakere; and Philosophical Aparatns and a well assorted Orthography Reading,Writing; S every -111 ld4-4r fense.mos-Is xaaei4 e4Mjeetad
be workers in ivory bone and om civil engineers tic per term, 84. The above kfc die several Counties ; thou Mfy r riie)0 olaedicahlr to**cn4
/1.. 1>7Vdistingnish Ter and which may Classical Historical Miscellaneous Library. Ia sad eostrsted iiwas and thus ft pnod.isd
cbntractor paN :
Grammar the
railway contractors and for earth and Geography Cfreuit County of
considered !e meet 'b"utifulepecimens otart per .f..lt vaJuaM.and: 5b sJi.properOss. .
one N. If. Vocal Music tanght to all the pupils tecapabU of larfitf iy
work and of escription architects with th. branches
ever pre any magazine ub1isher.- masonry avery ; without charge. above higher eui ,- the- Supreme 1'Ie|** 4 !a this way.It Ja soad the l lfewwiUifnt&pe .
and bridge builders builders, master masons and education embracing Algebra -
; "*
suitablefor f"- -
,.f And also, a new of 4d beautiful Subject2UUUNO engraving,-,. bricklayers; ship builders, masters of vessels ship One-half terms of tuition are considered due in ry,natural mental and moral :: the U. S. Court at. Cure oi iftaumeraWe I disease-' ?

framing a ("acred ,. carpenters and others connected with building advance or the whole at the middle of the term.. ny Chemistry, Geology "S entrusted to their careS Bwce the NiMhsiwbT w* awar cuxamtoduas ou"TI

.r4..SATIOCB TO-mE TOMB, wnd docking ships; block andpump makers; hemp Scholars from abroad can obtain beard'ither Logic and' Evidence ol Ckr sti S side Im It*sVfu*T sea.woveaad.- ..

',. prepared expreuJ-.!and at a very heavy cost as a dressers and rope makers; manufacturers of linen in the family of the Principal or in private families $6.; bach quarter to be paid to S : W. Siicnnzswt Jaet-S 1M te ti8r w 'JN Ia the ant of'4
Premium Gift to.new Subscribers to Graham and cotton fabric; manufacturers of spinning in the town. in advance. ; .- COJnU"'I'J .DnP,:PU.and xrrxx COM-
& Or }td ared, we will furnish in lieu machines roving machines card.breakers and R. W. PARRAMORE President.W. The Scholars will be under the' .. L4.IJIiT.: u"I!*,j KHZUJUATfSJtrtCKOrVLJ.

,. i ef either ef the ajtive print a complete of our finishers drawing frames willows and pickers A. tion of an experienced Female .' tf PI1.z. c0sn-xrs.aan. CUTAHrOUSZ."r
BR1NSON PIJt4t3 sad all aIiIIcdad
etc., connected with cotton, flax, and wool ma- Provision has heeD made for ,
;:: metsotint.- portrait' of the i _.,.:."."._. _.1"""'_._ 1.,._."__ .__.I ..11.. _."_ I. BUNTING. 4?. tA" 'D.CH.. __ ..I .\.-. --- -- atiiiaf from_.dj.>r. '__ __';_._ __ C < >
4 ,. .OAVUSACJ SO. UW1CSS utAk..U 1'- tUly f aCUVUy A .6 m4 Aya &' '' S '
HERffibsfbi. S. B OF THE.BLOOJJ .
ten cloth folders and and interested for which additional win
; measurers persons charges S
S D. II. MA YB. AT LAW It poius.es a sMmOou efficoer In an mBpioiat*H
\ MEXICO.For in sewing machinery; anchor and chain February 14,1S50. Trustees. The first term commences on S'l' *).{ from huifge1bl,* front A dii .fU. SHmtt*.OM
Fire DoEttr} ,Two Dopies for one year and cable manufacturers;.cutting and turning toolmakers ber next. Court in the Eastern. ueqnl crea.ti1. *UnBln tt of either or; bePrmts to each subscriber. ; pin and needle makers; n0 and rivet Application* for admission are District Court at St. .pit*Ma of |'fl *rt.cold feet and bond*,cott.tkttteaMlhottoihraiABttlM

.. &eopy.For TenDoOarlAXESICIN Five Copies fr en*year, and makers; bolt and screw-bolt makers; nail cutters, Madison the Committee of Direction. Ceort at Tallahassee body; It hu not to qnl t*
Academy. ;
Msg4aine tot the Postmaster or coiners; leather dressers and carriers; manufacturers Male J. II. .CtU and CWJfr m4 pramotM eosr..1p.centssIzi
5.-- ItA 00 forming the '( 1ub5 'and either of tbe above of great guns and small arms; candle makers; Ur. H. D. citizen in any"part of and t .lelaxinK' stticnue' -ot ibtefathroM. -
biscuit and cracker makers lace makers ribbon Exercise of this Institution were A. M. REED 'Washington: | Print,or a set of portraits to each subscriber.For ; ; THE on the &cond Monday of January Bu Ia BotkSitt tlu eieeHene mete pmIfiwtfy Mrt
JtroUjr JJlifcirinf.Eleven Copies for. one weavers; stone cutters and marble masons;dyers last under the'superintendence and direction oi Committee at the Department _eebe.I.cfri' thul La oU Kid and ssece.oC., %

year and* copy cfxitber*f the Print*, or a set of cheese cloth washers manufacturers and scourers; coopers; cider and Mr.,B. Z. GAULDEN late graduate of Columbia Rer. I. SWART,7h4lW'tr. : & ,.East Florida.. .. iralAij: COMPLAINTS., ;
tb* f'.rtalta ta'eb subscriber,and a copy of theMSgaILDS ; crown, crystal and plate CoOege. .Free a knowledge of Mr. Gaulden'scapacit.1 Jacksonville July 7,149. It works wozMl i In caRS of ttttr JtOuf or Wimr.'Skiluig .
f. to the j f.itm er or person sending the gloss makers; sugar boilers and refiners,with pro a Teacher derived front experienceand if .ft*. W4k ONtrJtd411.Sappvud,sr,.
Club;witfcacopyif each Eif thi Urge Print* sun prietors of sugar plantations; manufacturers o of the last Jtautt IrTtlSeTtfv ef tile tentrnUIk periok,s.d .
additional premiunjfor railway bar round, ribbon and rod iron; wheel trial during the quarter year just *: and U as*ffi COM).la curing,all, the m ol lid
axle, and spring makers; engine drivers and persons closed u well as from tbe most ample and natis- "1 am a man,and deem nothing HA KTy mtfDBy : i .1- : '
-. j of thote forming connected with the'locomotive generally; factory testimonials of former success tbe Trustees man foreign tom feelings." .aAi" :o1w;. rrawvtolsTiteBKUclvM b&attien1? sad vsgulat'g.gnotJ
'4 a." am fluFF i wUh other PubliwJions1iVillend engineer and captains of steam vessels;managersof of this'Academy unhesitatingly recommendit ta tnd strength. "'to- tkewk",.. "' l'*" *kastr"
of and Youth& abandon.hi intention oatf tkna of :
'I stationary lumber dealers and owners to tbe consideration parents guardianswho > I cures allybfnfc '-
engines; be desirous of placing those under their A.I ; 'devote him self S Nervous Diseases and deftilitTf '
may to the
of mills
One copyofttheil tsinb\ and One of the Satnrftpe saw ; veneer cutters;owners planing machinery '
charge in a situation offering inducement of sad thnspcocaou.ves. a giess variety-ethic
1 S Hay Evening j lot JRovr Dalian. ; corn millers and persens connected with healthfullness of location and high moral and In- throughout the Eastern maladies as 8p.Z 'ri5mii.. XivrsgiS&. lf U *
Dae ef the Magtil 1 ad. Two. of the Post for bolting and bran-eeparating machinery; farmer, tellectual culture inferior to no other in the Southern _. entrusted te.him Bfmet sousgrpild Fill. CrudoB ..ke.'"
JkJ14n. and persons using gnin ebelling and threshing Student be at this .tl_4nd.excites u. Ovet hiahh,as-
may prepared
44 country. .
Tore copies of i$* Usgatme and Four ef the machinery; buhl workers carvers engravers and I College in the'.Unlted KINKKLJN. SELF ,fc eno Ik* (ttti M !V and five (ood 41" .
Post foajen IcrjYosreoplea *:, ornament makers in general; persons employed in Academy to. enter S any 2S Cents. ; : 1 2Stb 18SO. Bev the boweJ*4 J torpor M4 & -allays h*.
; of makers States.: Onljr Mtkw. mnftflJ tlj the eJrewlwtrtl
of the hiagujne and Two of the Postfor7'eiiDdfars. the manufacturing gas; of copper and eaaHM.
lead tubing; linen and straw paper makers; ship The strictest attention will be paid to-tho moral rWMut Bool;Just published,is .lite b4ao&'prOdt'aS 1alIowarintk .tJ aD cow
ifrgatmft;.1 and Nine of the PostnIJov.i' owners harbor masters and others interested in deportment of the student, both by the Trustee _H. information, on the SCOURING' the body and jtbU! i iW,.p ttpii doIt. laiw aasoietaiM
ti rfe of tbe
S ** located the'Generative Organ It and gtta* ; all obBtrBtthm*,-***
is within of
S dredging machinery: weU linker;' astronomers and the Teacher. The Academy
tfor tovifBfale the.nflr not this Skis
'. ., : : philosophers and other* using philosophical apa- the immediate vicinity of the village of Madison alike to YOUTH'MANHOOD SlIM E'P-., : ". "ImIW'ijiteuu1*

;. ;.-. ..CKEAT.TbePoHOffici JrrEft, TO TOWKS.. rates 'and instrument;' miners engineer, and Court-HoIl801' in or near which good boardingmay To all who apprehend or.suffer S STREET, .. ".' De .e.lcI Jdu prWmlDeDUJH I

I 'rI ( y1oiu.lnthe Union,from other interested in pumping engines; persons interested be obtained on most reasonable terms The consequences of early prolonged .' HOUSE Bideaa ur of. Ifow.tktes te tmld of S.TTbwa* *jdrhfttipranlctol t
wfaick w shall reci Jve the,ereatest number of ub- .in canals and aqueduct; warehousemen scholastic year will be divided into two sessions of to all who feel the exhaustive : ,) Tyt* ievnsnosn's Squid to mat ts kav I

HIiherI.Jo. "Gl' ( J'S Migasine*!during ,the and other using hydraulic presses dynanometrie five month each.. The first session commenced ry and baneful habit*-to all who U 1," .GEO.. COMPARE WTTIi THE.OLD .DIr t

.. year between the l lirst 1sL'oi January, 1850, and the cranes. jack.screws,, common and feed cranes; on the second Monday January last, and will declining physical energy,are the leeand PABLB of OM GKAND.PACT. ",and tku .the"can u i IIt'mea OS tI

'. of January,li n;(th ," .., UsdcaPostOfficcjliaU ?er to Sttbecnbera through it,) spring manufacturers; wheelwrights, clock ma- to commence on the second Monday in July; ancholy, despondency. Dr. K. J 1' VERSPo &. 'ftJa
whole ken and etc. etc. and end before the second Monday in S to Jail ftltDCII\for the .laD.the Dthft'DI1Zs"f i."I.'d Wails
$0 : be eDtt1edf cOntinuance; of the horologist, ,cii.S on Friday >EAD THIS BOOK.Th
4 f; oteber of subtcrif ionsgratvitotuly for one year The publishers have expended a .. sum o. December thus allowing a short vacation at the dne* he commenced au 6etIlu coaila1 I&.1O fcapltallJt ShSISd
each .' be .valuable advice and D ,and would slat to hi* liquid eiplodiBf. ax .damaffair oUxr f'..
after the enirati [of,\ye r for whkh the sub- money to get original drawing of machinery in; end of session. S udents will required to food
". MrlplionssnanbatVbjen paid. practical use in this country and have procured pay half the tuition for a session in advance., and. gives, will prevent,year*of misery i that during hU :thta horrible eotapo. t k* poUoeow ta fke o1l"
& J!: ib either to almost work on the lUbJect., whether the balance at the end of the session.. and save annually Thousand of ..,;hohas acquired Wham acii .qtItnI-plreUr #ipv&auSdi
on every published _
'. ," .5 .1'beM&neufl ontinned .Parents it will learn with' S. What eOM*J c$ta but acid t Do we aGe nil I..
1 th* sub.eriberith.se1vemI or to the agent through in England, France, or Germany, the most by reading thai whew food tAftw t*'anq cb.Sfkat .. -
I S. S 5- whom w* may revere tin prdcrs, for quantities essential part of which comprised ia this BATES Or TUrTION.S the destruction of their children.' CLEA.NING, It.ntwtw**!A t* ..*hnbuni. pUvita&aa *%_
'. ...oJ .5' be directed Dictionary,*render it and &tA remittance of 25 cents, eo hsr n. 1ilIn'h. ,.
I and to whom the pfekarelor packages may 5 -perfect comprehensive Orthography, Re cUn ,-'Penmanship, 'S hIm U.: geaerai eoemp dyasay.oflc
ter,addressed to DR. KJNK cons&otlfn 4odt Whiz II 8cronaI
or(o boU> Bf tbs y *bo U b* both in the a*possible. The pnUUhers han endeavored : let aa.at
I. r. esfJO
.f : session: -5- 5- rto favor aim '
to per ncr ,ef THIRD ft UNION : please humor tawkkk Ule: baiP tpNIIc.cw all ShuS.
use great in that .
towaMlh4ieihayt so each '
am4 $ > economy type,
t page Arithmetic Geography English Grammar, _; .... ; brine 0* EfflpUan el tae 8kl I
.. oftbe work contains least four times Spruce & Pine, PHILADELPHIA .5 x ; v 8caW. ,
I letters to be Ad- the
postage pre-ratd.
# *
.fj OJ-: on History, Composition and Elocution 12 00 book, under envelope per return S ,Dresses" Shawlstc., Kkeuk EryiipeUcJj While '.. Fever mit
.Ires*; tUMUE. D.P.\TTER80N"CO. words found in ordinary pages of the same size Algebra,* Geometry.Plain and Spherical S colors ce aa to give good aU teeraneeInttixolandMienalf 'UteaotUaaadr >.
1,1I FebM:, {08 Cherout!: bt., Philadelphia.. This ha also secured to each plate working- Trigonometry,Mensuration of Surfaces, -, -FIFTEEN. ...but a*tf'U. .wkkk eon**)**).
: "&; S R .. Ii drawings of ample size and clearness so that a mechanic n. AIT UA, -IA" ..t..tfftA. ft'...._.BtteB. '.... MSWf V. *JVMU" > VA WO VW aMaJ Ftiaa .ywa ny* '.
f : may construct: accurately any,machine.described. .' Conic Sections, Drinttrr Integi this city have rendered Dr. K. nnnaireaevnJiea. MUM*Kkeusntini)tat a*w er acir 1-.s.wkfeh lil
IoDEiz.JJ4obx.FoR formerly,"u not te be
1850.Coparito .' taut** towtf kcti- the ut oa4
A. : *** j enwwaenv MBW
Natural Moral successful far
and and
Calculus Philosophy practitioner
4 ubUaheI'l' : the North,.or' and teaaalnijdw
The are .'bf short, determined, regardless Has **Uc ni Canw B M* wkkk, s*
Mineralogy of '
treatment all diseases'of
Botany, a
AstronomyChemustry, ,
I .'. bonaeU. yedUack. act*.1Soot.n rffr ts< MML of lotnvritvefike MMV
J of the work
t '. S bctxeenJ Eodey and the other I eostl it is as complete desirous upoasIbIe 'Geology, RhetorJo..L, Elements Persons afflicted. with nicer*upon superior styls.wLedice'! St dift5lJ eiieul4Oce't.4'atrau \M' afl'qu L J1
: .PilaZphMothUet.S 1 1tk the: hoped every,one to of Criticism, .Natural Theology or kgs'pains in"the head .or. : elaanedi after ,the which amiss kuiei5.nftireti. ., .'jr 1"
obtain work will ?
i procure a* issued in num. Evidences of and'Political rbeumatinn. :iKew I It and'w
(tyr 1819 Lac1' Jio 916 Christianity, strictures gravel shiese, not koc We Is.,i&a.
th gave which
hers and thus tbe '
pages encourage enterprise. Economy SA t. -. .160 from youthful excesses or:! .Is use this' .l""-: I d 4sSL. S 5-4.55''-'
116.mor tUaa and 148 than the .. The work win be ? ; : '
; one. more issued in semi-monthly'- Th ADelell'L&nguages. -'. m 0 whereby the constitution w'bec appointed- Agent for SOURDG.7EUMNT1NOVAC1D 1fCCB&?
other Phflad. :5..tuy.' H* gave .281 'en- 'ben, commencing January, 1850., and_ will pro- W. c are all treated with success.: .' ; : and will,attend &e the l : PODN1).nps..p TOWNSJ.M ew
R. PARRAMORE.-l'resf4e 1t.
parings w ich were colored andtaMtytim with < la Jaeksottvin <
twenty ,
aoong ; ,grew great regularity." and weLd k
S He who himself oodTit ft
the ve
5 place under ITipndmteoi 5ZtobToWniia'Cs J Un
Wi it 130,nor than The whole work will be published in 40 num W. A.BR1NSON; L -.Teresa.xto4erate ,i'_' $ 9rn M OrauS.
confide in
religiously his sqnoisaaI.
oa* ana 180 fll1lEi ..M'.. : ban, at 29 cents per number.and completed with. J"BUNTINU.1. may : : .3a u STATION eI Al laMar antkMI ..: ., iUcersu

: .C? cfc>'4 ( 1850 shonwrpM*that in the eureotyee5r.1850, 5S liberal discount .will 8. B.1THOMAS". man cian.;and confidently. 'rely-- upon his" : -, ,I fD CLt rshosM4si&as.'.

.T 1849 and xoMtf.aft .agaotn*.past present be made to agent. ., S '.J). Hi MATS Persons at,' distance : "' weald Mar the dJacaatl'lllGel ..aij.7.wsa. ,
1yd 1- the CO- a m.f; ; -QJtAT.l 5.54'.tidll....WU2.
tteo"til' 1' 'Any onejzemitting publishers'In ad- Ie' .Pebrnaryld,1850. ,Trustees.Mrs. Ei ikbIC 10. apsa. ika'
4 letter be
S .- by (post-paid ) and Old D -
.l .Ca Tance-snaU receive the work the .imeka _load*fif noeapkIs.aMu,
'.A .- 'a'IaJU.. through port 'pACKAGESTof SAtOONJ
.., ; JP. Uses fiom lioull b M'.e14 aid
tree .
& *; } office of S ",
; ; expense. -
; ; <
TIONS'" forwarded kav & O' ..
xJmmT41 T k n a srvi ruoouxs, MarehI4 S by YrlNG.
-I } ,$ty, ..'A.l\LsIAXEY : and put from< .IJM .5 cus t' '.,':; 'b, 4-" ,. ..\oI M-1.
up rom
4 ,Sub.mbm to 14: vl : I ,
.5- tingle Subtcribtrs "
this RIOSITY. : : banjst epin flu r We wIsh USLbicenict Ie tthiIusiuj
.5 5 nnAKES method to thr-
t afchoous'di/ennt E ngTavitags.S DKUGS CHEMICALS, '&K announce to pub. S O Booksellers-New : 6De db from Qe M1't that 8.P.Tw.oa'a*rdcI.t Old.Dr.hsieaTsseed'
0 ,. ;JL lie,that sho will keep open her CuaVding- : Agent*, tIp5XLa ore hestsUeap.re..4ace -
: S OM ef y en* year Ibre dollaxs with may two House 'during the" winter"for. the'' reception 'of Tassereand aO,othert.supplied i 1't'I'"Born-4' .-I..C..r. til1Ib'1a
ef the following *I alum' 'ate.'Death TO S ,PUTIIC1ANRDUVGmITS,AJTO- .; Boarder and for tno accommodation of stranger work at very"low rates.,' "* ii } 'The Establish ;aol cue I&aew ikiag 1r4 en.ece'eescypsx'boyle .

Bed.(tb lthv.Jn.We41ey"."Wosley Preach.leg. COVHTKT 31ERCIIL $. or travellers generally; Grateful for the very liberal i'i'T '" '':'aD4 Wopei : A.w.'.7qwew4 is h dcaw.and sever :S

ia-ih*,Gwencp,Amhitbeatrs_ ;" America J.N.; :KKELER; "DROmo.t'reipeo'tuIrl.loUcit patronage hitherto eteudedW her;she win K* :_ A'Uis.bov.-... I.as pkazse'elwss.-kwu no mess t
: : SL4.U,4
i GiWe4. .VWowr 'tt>tte,Taylorand 014 attention to their fresh stock of spare no-effort. to- give;satisfaction to all. H*, :; <0u. AooBii San a"* v"-***'r. at dlnan loan my'etkertional .........
". tfc Rev Joha .English FreDC German and v &vrjaf- S man. wkjg>*rit *to*tteIker .. ke .
Whlteyj-f .of Wedey .; Amer1c .Drugs house iI'OODUDodious and,situated.in pleasant. I ir- .. a1 ;: : choicest Honors'aad
M Do. of hi* Co-abCrer, tb,r.John.Fletchen" Medicines Chemicals Paints Oils ,Dye Sta.aGlaanare.eramel'1. part of the town., I .-/.. 1MrlL" DlUIWd. ....lwUl.prepart4I.; aie att neetvlivi ike vuwe; i italnttt

r535M' the .t..two.thlt4gh eparat engravings w* Patent Medicines, fco_ J ackonrillr Oct...11, ., .4 .1'' : : seeby-the- .. .;.,will 'wt,Wkkk or. t'aE i
wont a*only on*tartmiutuTw '" Having opened a New Store,Ne. 294 Market*t i S Putnam, .ChorlesWvBrnsh.ha been Judge J. UJ till. thus I.A.of a.bnr..l..O..IfCICCI..
S. : 5 *opiM for Ft e,4oll m,and anjrtwo,I,theaker with .fully supply,of Fresh .Drugs and Modi county pleased ; 1 : ftaaioee .
; S MAGNOLIA. HOUSE know that he ha TeAte1
j: < *print* .. clues,w* respectfully solicit country dealers to examine : *revoked a letter SaLh1a .paa..1I11i. Mfietae-e*
? Five eopies'f7oI's,and an extra' copy of our stock before purchasing elsewhere, .'92t'AUGd2'1NE. ecuted by him to,,m*,relating or :tM 'c\f ,.sr.a ci.*.t*MnwUiwe.teeitek.aUptei Nl5Mlp.dL J.

>. tit*Book, aad any;Woof to*abor engravings to promising .on*,and:aU who may feel .disposed to J Arredondo Grant.in which t .!:-'t. ir audi 1fte ..& .Mow..1tCk.. .t
lnt .st. -.I.hav-not Ua' ..... .
., th*person* ndliigfe4CliS.' extend to us their patronage to sell them genuine f1IIISwefl known esUbliihment bos OJ r seen > ." .. ... j S.'w &M'nb .' d'rUE
ft S S left home in agusi hare --L v tr-" f--- Mt 't Et'P;
S .Ieveac.pksfotwe1tnolliand' aa extra Drug and Medicines oa a*liberal term a* :: ':- ****undergone thorough nore I 5 .
any repairs ud, I sa4flafl ..
: .,._
and i certainly did not come to lrA.OW jAIID
aowefIM b okg1 I4ThVU of the above 0-- other house in the city, and to. faithfully execute _, now reopened far the copt4unoi. ;
:4 $.t.Uba pe *.e4dIng the Club., j. .all orders entrusted to w,.promptly and with doDfteeW -. paD1'" -- -5' 5. 5Tbe"wefl the.pin* land; ,.ndf swamp*,ot,' t 'VndTery eoarnJ .MM.-.
; '. '- Gran J bad bope4 that at,thi* au4 tGafod of nest ;
}II7..peTio .bt.I *dollars inS advance.; v earned reputatlonwbloh this House : .. TattI I
'A. S- vfaaoriptloB for 18edutf One of the proprieion being! a has U is neither bear of that Grant or,cer < 85I/will be entitled to ; regular.Physician I acquired; Ski intention tjthe.pruel'pro >
S', S.- '.iI..S foar f th*abo*tngr .bli-' l ,''.afford* ample guarantee!. the genuine prietor i to sustain, ., guished'proprietor*,*But s a*. t6'4aTaVtithiEsV == I
_. Si r. 55 "' Jl ',: .' wmz'# quality of all article sold at their estahlithmsnt..We .'. ETery'.aeconunodaUott* will "'be''extendedfto thought proper to j nmlnd,me.'of that 1 (haH. Mre n* 1 :tu..(. lW: nft4iaala7br M I,
.' (1'} ", : ,4, J. < tYJJ '< S respectfully invite Draggist and country gnesu.InvJidstraTUeri and others will Interest;h. willb* *o good a* not "rerattoa. tti 't t9 t .1a... 1 Sit _
Yl iatv4e3k ..&&hcs tea copies oItLe i merchants who.;may with?to Become Agent for this house desirable.It i*situated facing,the sonth. Lien otis,. wUchTwetare ; :pvcF ..-,. to. .

'S4.oJwW; .kl9aI44coP7 of either ofS :".ir. KeeWi.Ce1e ra.tec1, Family Medicines," with,dark piazias,in,fet Jong,::with court lard Without suffer 5T WffK1 hS S ; ;. .t feifofcitlt*;htf$4S i 0Iw" &ga Di.
S .bore IUJ'l in tront might JJI' } bands'the 'T iJ.
Mberiaad (standard aad pcpular'rcmedier forward their ; protected from e1orteast windsjTheroomareligibly.sttnaUdlargeand .
TS. .1r Mi'. aa extra espy'd Jg" Ldy'Book and aa I addre**. i rat- S-c-- ql--. V.
ei.v1tto41.pi I Tte:,Club,They S Soliciting tb patronig* of Dealers, wrepot- building fixtures fcc.,being new.:The House bnfltof i, June_ }2T-tf' G GO : I 4nwN" amt :
a Jq .uCII.eLwb bi7 p1eas. I '- wood it lathed and _. # b. -
plastered faMla a word it '' i > i.-- ke
S .;JPI;M irty dnHai",rl|lend to. eople*of Lbs '.1 ::.i..& BRO., is. built ezpessly for taopu.rposer'r" ."**" ..1 *'.-.* t' S :'. P.'h-fjO, ; }.' J&I UPIS .
';. Book:and thirty ef'1$M' W any,of.the abor en. WltJa tbe'many a4YU1'&tet : r oi'.t : 1' "I tt .
'',' ., > oZ.gidsNo-294: Mar&.td:, r ooined:the ,ri. J\1I; 'f1o''s .
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S :traripfs.: .ISrl) ji5 : 5 'Sept.21-1 ; ,.'/ ,: wnt proprietwM Mr*.\Davis, assures"those TP 'FA NEGRO-MA ,*ho tr1 :
y" ; ... i i;, -
4tlt'hfi. f : H\
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lt'J ." .'n'o Ia' 4y's lank twsitj4vsqL& r : tronlslng the bouse J (ha| 'heexerUosw'b4'totplease. ..-.'a4 that he" r _1. A "M rl t" 1.I. a

I .'k _1r 'l' .1 ; 1 .4'-," $ ., I' ..IRt.trator'" .N.ttef.i 4"s" ]. .t4554 -1 Very reBpeotfnllj1 5.-w '.* 'I t BruDtJa &ell',Nn" "- l : ": t. 'ScrS "

S +Tbe above s 1'1jJ&rIor I rSnt&t" i i'CIt. MONTHSjkfter,dlsJetlwe5: shall prewbionr. 5-, ;-v5TflE"-, ,. PRDPRn5TOEf 'j1" j aged about yAn4 Is ..Mtadaatia". S jJ '!.. it 3" "..8

f", .. .bMh-4g-W r. .itaiasmaaypc.tra&Mj sxxxwaU and 7'Duebers to the Honorable tb* 1 f 'J' 11 f'i' gfflaVg? .ftlT *.te J J he Won tit sad k:1ff '1'R' E7lr
.. neat
,. .. ApMtheatreoon. "DuY* Cooaty; for Ja final -if".oCvIoo'""' .... .; ;J .-. ."--.... ., *2&f VPfwlw**** tom!tt:i .State. r )' 1BUa&t I.t
ttIM dMstco tbonst1adtog. .a. scribed ii to the war of-a S
S i i from the Administration N".I' bum ,& -
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4 \ ; :" .sa-.opt$I5f'ejht7MndZe4 dOlkrs j fr4 1iitt"Q' HN'n PBLO"r&,' fjtM otl'lorl4ai foe the psuaas II&Il"'ot JaW nq1drtso )Jt "f M1 : .jI'I I '
; > t 4 eiMpaiK\iq ** !I JTflrUw and Old VVfiit; J t.. .: .' 'CILUtLE. jJtlP eEJ'ii to "theozporat. 1l'l''JOIIlV'B &MINa t Xt1 4.< '::}) r'ir t ii m I
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