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 8, 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
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System ID: UF00079922:00049
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Proposals TL' r&cM, for ) av's natural turn M crook the.other TeerDl k aiiBllahVSlnCk tnickf -S S 5.-I ; S IS

: the-. 24LPLRTitNT 1Nv.. Ik"r .Way the length from bf twfntv-fbnr the 'sticky to the rittf Width inches or- he in 1o0.,SW-rih. dO**r-rTKrtr-r-aat, dG .rti: 2 1 ,dl d0S ', i shaken, zta m e fa o ana ton woo 5- tbetvide. ? : .s 5M it dd 4'hj n "- S

.- 'theenn-edway1be be th f.faU use,of the t'e maple.jo1.Z 4 bjs t. lnehet tebft1eCMo -
CoTtt3cT4og, 8TxPcT, ASD tree, and the -
Inost curving bait Of the stick 6Q.i d-; Seiltt
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.1 1850*. or angle tons be at lea?ne4hlrd of its ;ooo feet measu ,. 12 Vhiti ?n dS bt tb $41Lii. S
cj.1 & for whole .length from the end} the,various :CtAis NOart, tpj'ict; : S iog f.to 10 ioches id ,21nheeS (botd .5k I4dfjMdtNbMAn S
T1abtbt Lb.r. $1 tbeaee may be, lengths, Bites, and curve in equal propor S'lOO*WW lisa: bars, id feet lonff thi S -
- (u1mDg Ah.yard aa4 .ttaia 74wbich the offer tions.' '- 200 dodo,- .W 'do200 ) oOe feet doo
Is ntet&) win be' recened W this bureau on- 8,000 cnllo feet White Oik butt piece*, from twen ao ;do'! 14. do' S S ; 4bf &n inch thiekj Id 1U to 18 .
uls tloek P. I-I. of Urt.'l: &F&ptembcr next, ty to thzrty- e feet.long, and from sixteen 200 ,dOr .do 13 d4 1b 8 Jo Itr,inches,Vn4ei 1 *4 inch feet Iong Led-to tti1titlh1Wide
for terhIn. and delmiW, nbtfer contract, at to twenty font inches Square,"ln' the mid 100 d*' 'do1 62 'do : "> 4Oi00feet :
the teteral navy yards hereLniiter named, the die of the sticks, equal proportions of the T5s do: .do: Uf d'rf S firMquaIithite piebooidi J
;, tlmUr lumber, and otofr articles embraced in various length tad eitts.< "" .85,, ,do,, doc .10, dtf loht !tO w inches
this adtvrUsement. One W utth of the whole quantlty CUB No. to Wa* Pot **** &*** fc JA 2 eon feet j inch thick* .5 ,,,5b.nd lb to-14 Intb WJd 4pPrQ4 4 ,it S S 1S
:: *fiSi 4 tacb naty.jrtrd jantst be delivered S S Jparf."meastrrer12-te18 fefef 1ObOO feet; first quality-,WhM toibg- hncrtrn' j tbit1a ir' ; 11.
'oer/ bdbr *the first f injfort on Or be- white esk nek knees, the whole hnfttn of Ov1flI inite'oik.ttaves, 'il'lnthli ln'h lofltiOinbeawidei iihcklhieklettgtbi i-4 inch habn %
IbN the CM of Septemb i j.OM jfourth'on or be- eftohbodytobefrn< 8tnSIO telt1is 5-5 : i, thick/4 1-2 inches #ideeletr bf s ; 4&fo feetpd..meWttrei sual-l ; thicks totU, l4.to ig feet
: Toes ttrt first ni NotemWit:MA tone fourth on or length of the am front the Centre of the 2OQhIieaJtbarei tu.y4a ind b! I 1bng nnd 10 to I 4 itithstwM .
before the thirtieth of. DeHmbe 1851. Tin ease hod tft be firtjm T ttt 9 f tk and to fortn an ; ;ftdth8fB inches lhickt? !ibP4 feet first, qaaUijr white,$bina plaii .1 -'
t>f fktlort to ddiver the icicles .Within the times angle with the body from 110 to 120 degrees NAVY, S 10,000; feet-bardtneas&re( isndl l Iehgt1i S 1.2jflththjnkto12to! 16 feet 1z ae'iruiit f'1F'aix&.z- .1' 5- -
And a the nrtinni gp* i efl. the bureaaor the nett tiding tobe front 9 td 12 inches; : dndbtdth1j.9 ineh thieki I ilOfl3tj )Q .14jnche-de, Oaph1waafttod!
.evei commsndanta to *r*ihi| right to supply the bodies.to be sided to the diameter of the i CLio..1-Lut& ( otM ineaute* S,odOd feeV.; oardtneiiiarec usadl lengths I v,0O0- feet .first' boarde at bf.tongtees S-
deficiencies purchase; tndtha contractor an4 Arms the siding : the moulding B-tes of 000 feet 5-8 inch WhiU bin* panel boards: .- nd;jirddthiri;t .ihfthjJiitsk S.J qtiility.cypKsS 1 tn4' 4
his svwUes t*m neponstb it twice the contract the bodies la the middle of their lengths tob :w'uoo--v. . wee ; S S from 15 U 20 inehM -E titt4t d*t.210 1oo9o44114 dd-plank >9 rwt .Theab0eiobetheery best white- -S r.* ftnd 10 ln.i4 neh *Ideg -5- 4 L..
eM otter inches nett sJding- r inch nett siding. 5,000 a do do do. ififeet tan- 5's' CUss No-: 4 Etac1 SMe jafs yiI & ..: ; '
Articles ttttS W efbe Jrtsiiqmaiity 10 white oak knees, for cat*held*; the body } .' : ; inJ7T3 ;: :
( subject S &
very lyh&e Jsi. meksu'le.8,066 S.
Board .
to from 5- -( 1)L) 25 p&6eBv' to teet tohl
to ,the taspetSUon *nd .weamement, and ia all be 8 to 1Q feel long ;the length of .5 in o I1twhihthytiefAetaii '
otfc**>6stoecU its 'confof nltt.toihe|| stiptilationSvonUlnedW the fcru frotn the Centre,t>f the body to be feet i 1-2 Inch;'White asn blank, S F hickorf capstan Dif ; each*14Iet in ." *-' ''diiiiJeter3! htreoilhg; 1T who paid tbe4paf4"? S

;tnft|>itntod ru94 uibluhed for the from 6 to 8 foet long, &ni.to ortn an angle ,ooo i. ;/do >lwJ&ijec leftgthi'u.--S : 5I 25 pieces, 35 ,lo 40 feet l ioogijehtiS ; (MfiWalker'and 0
Inspection and measurement iw; timber for the with the body from 130 to 140 degrees) belt WatmA. ? tOO :
S hickdry-icapstan bars each li.feet inS
la faf'Slinfc
centre / .
*ayyir tbtt'Catted tat *J(wftpies of which siding of the Arms to be from 12 to 16 Lathes; j. 5-* ,; act i
fcttoea atalthtr navy yttt ot Ba7 agent's office.may) Wie rongh sidifig of th6 body must be two L 1,000 feet W beh .black Walnut btiilrtis ; length 'f : 25 biecespSD i t0 35 feerior8'jhches In'& QlBgitttri W !amet e -"-
Afl.c1eh'deUvered Ar<> required to be, in all inches larger than the diameter of ta artn i oo ir do: dd do1,000 : 'j'obe hewn square) tobeT "finches -: **' rimetef in'centre orrtlfiifi7 b1arnete: :' '

relp .ts,)*aUs M* ry to'-.tb*'.eOniinAndant of the the tiding way\ and the moulding size .' U-2 tto do ?d "&&*&:anhetittT ds> and not 25 fieces,?25 to 30 feet loftK1? inches in dUatoeter f4otfen, 'Mr.Speak'b4 tithet ? '
yard or rtallon where detif eredJ\ of the bod> its entire length, must not be I 1,000 2 tIO dt 'd* Jess than 4 inches S 5 3 5- rPaIk
Ciddrrare'rArlie< *refetref to the inrtraclloas less than its rough siding tise. Estimated /" 3 dtf do .do, : square**'t'theS S in cectr
in the Sprinted rolei"aJJoafd to,la framing at 140 inches nett siding- per inch belt ei4) IsI q alit EoaIEoars4.. small end/per piece't &k5s NOr S. Whfo Od .Kse sided tottheti of jhemerits. ttthe tJi' S
ielrofferL. ,. t 150 hickory, handspike each: 6 feet ih.length this is,
.inchr canbefeplairhdnorabl0
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The vblte'oak limber mask> 'rongn-sqnaredi white oas beams, from 25 to SO feel long, 2,000 feet (board toeasnre) 1 inch) Vnite Oak ) to be bewa square, to. be 4 S S member f4iin ou'k
boards 80 feet long 14 behet* wid*. 5d to side 5 inched
to average 23 feet in'length'to side 10 ) _
xxwrding to Uc growth-of the tree to bave in. at the bait ends
no and hot
; square the
mould 1O0ket(board kaeasnre 2 inch White oak blankj ) chairman of the
tnchet and 8 inches And -
to spring 5d do 6 1-2 do
fourth iq -
exceeding i the of the
wan one
f&feet>f the dde as squared.'' Allj;jO the pine 10 inches in 26 feet, estimated at 611 cu S .,80 feet lonfo 14 inches Wide. less than 3' in* square &t' the small 50 do ? doS Mr. Burtj) whett he 8ddreesest&e1ro: ;!! S
yellow 1ooo feet board kneasure l-2 bch Whit bokplftnk end All of the
Umber must be of tho beqaa.hty'nf long bic feel-per cubi foot. ( ) : above pieeeto be That gentleman now
ttafJiaie tin Southern very ytllote fine, to be hewed 10 white oak beams, 81 feet long; to ode. 12 SO feet Ions), 14 inches Wid*> *'tenj'per piece S 50do' 8 do of the representatives -
inches end mould 12 inches and to spring YelloVD LoiwA fimbef Measuring about 1,325 inches bodies to be Uf w G41ob1nw is
to a fair edge!and to bav nVacre than one -
a demahd i2
10 inches in 26 feet. 8ft yper/oot( ) just agai irt i the Unte1
eighth of.brdtbnf.lbefetromeaeh corSMT at Cubic 6 br-7-feet longi Arms to be froth:4: feet
66 cuWc feet oral quality locust 13 I!
yelloW The
; tie ooatcnts of all iap to>>e excluded In the eet-.per cubic toots to 18 feet long, to be got in the round-,and,not 500.feet, board.,measure) 20 feet Ion*, 8 6 indies tb 5 feet longi None to vary gentleman did flotiis 'l1jiia -
3,000 enbio feet best While oak 1848 for
vneasmremeBt of the Umber.'l.Thd oak must>be quality pasture to 10 inches Wide 11-4 in. : have; beJlished
Inches thick than from
butt pieces (round logs from 12 to 15 feet less than 12 diameter, M the small end.' more 6 degrees a lightang1..
felled between tie first of October and the list ofNarcb. ) .evidently by t a*
have within long; and none less than 20 inches diameter !,,000 feet board measure. 26 feet Ion*, 8 to itly 11eo4t' aulirItyb ftci $
sad most sixty miles -
of the ses>wart; most be growa tttf pej of the bark or at the top and clear of the bark,the beams NAVY YAfitH WASHINGTON, '10 inches widcil inch thieki S gia paper, which, as a of thhIOrY JS5 it

hewodwiUua twenty saiUri la felled, and to fee free of wane-pcf Cnbio foot CLASS No. 1- White Oak SVmiery ( 5,500 feet board measure) 26 feet long; to S the case, I will read to louseS

placed otear ofthe ground, n(.Wh oh satisfactory CLASS No. 3.-While Oak flank. S /ooi ) per S 5- 5 10 inches wide 7-S inch thick? ,. ::8Pii.'o* MR,:STANLY, [lereisthe-article lclIMr,
cvideaee must bo given,by extractor) by the 100 while oak 12 to.. &00 feet, board measurt 26feet fore him!] ic tTr."TIiEOAtP1lls .- 4
nredwotioa of certificate ajrne&i b -, two respect plank, wide, ? 1-2 in. thick. 60 .white oak log* from 18 to ,20 inches > ) long, 8 to ''b kbkTtttAROtBil)
; 100 ) S S From the Augusta (G.jikeetrtdiansv
do. do 12 T
do 10 inches wide 34 inch thick
S ,
bb witnesses,with their 'djoaitn on oath before 100 do do 11 do 61-2 do square) and 40 to 60 feet in length the ; O N T tt E"GL5P1tIN. C L A I it .
) 1,000 feet board measUrtj1 18 td 20
of tie oonrtmrlmi within feetloh'g .
sottejadge gietrate -y-M* ikt rc4
100 da do 11 do 6 whole measuring about 8)000 cubic feet
the towvehip or county W&re. the timber was 100 do do 10 1do 8 to 10 inches wide) 34 inch thick < S II0ITS OY1tgP115EirAT1ygE. "You.are requested U
do *
felled. T : ;ji CLASe No. -Whfo Pine.fimbf ((pttttinc booS feet board in* letter.. TheVasbingtou '
measure 20 long 7,to aa beaenti
.Persons offering rormore 4iaa one yard or class To be sawed to full tad even thickness,'uad to ) July e, 1850. \ ongin .
must make separate s.nI Distinct proposals for parallel widths;and aol to bate more than a half SD inches wide) 1-21 inch thick' The of the Detect Committee linde I fSThQOV1 S
the supply of each,keeping >h classes of articles inch of sap wood on the comers of the face, tor 20 white pine logs, from 16 id 46 inched 00 feet board measure)* 16 to 5 18 feet report >. '''W.&suLvo1oif14gUd 4. l4&i.a-, S

separate, tad embradir thjft *b ,le quantity of sap side of the plank. Estimated at 132,000 feet qUare-, and 35 lo 40 feet in length, the long, 7 to 9 inches Wide, .1-2'' inch on the letter of thft tJecreiary of War, 'fcod* 'Dear Sir U have -1 : pleasure : fi

01 the articles ia tire cut, (Th. cost of each board measure-per foot. rhcle measuring about 800 cubic feet thict; v S cerning the payment of the Galphin claim that the bill io which y. ac.inte' te4av
Stem must W distinctly carried toujt, and the aggregate 20 white oak plank, SO to 40 feet long, Id to 13 1,000 feet board measure, 12 to SO feet long ratfon- just been, signed by, fWiBpealujr dfat'noose
of each clan correct footed up,which U inches wide,3 inches thick. Lumber, Wile Oak> per foot.) bCi und rc usid S
material to a faircompansp of btys.Jfo 20 whiU ak 0t.4Seet1eng1O to 18 12 to 16 inches wider 1 inch thick. i ,: aud will .be aj&fora bykhe Frm* -
pLwikj 5,000 feet board measure 1 inch white L STANLY said i t much
The above boards regret very dent. 14 .l -
exteusioa of time f r deliveties, under any inches wide, 31-2 Inches thick. cypress boat are lobe 5- t* Jin,til-
cirenmstances, will be xii&tef|! .td penalties for 20 white oak plank 80 to 45 feet long, 10 to Id oak boards*, of the Very best quality. -All ttn. Mr.Speaker, that' the House refused,tb lay _I5, '''With great respect ;jrcltr bbfOs *U'*il{*
Bon-falfilmentwillinalle&sfei be rigidly enforced; inches wide, 4 inches thick; &,oOo feet, board measure, 2, inch white der 12.inches in breadth to be quari on the tablethe report of the Galphin) claim. "ARMt BURT'i' S
bidders an therefore rqtze4ted to offer for no 20 white oak plank. 90 to 00 feet long, 10 U IS S S 'oak plank; S I[ voted in a small minority dispose of this -5" 'Dr.LGazpnij.-l 5- 5
more than they an eon the/scan j furnish within Inches wide, 41-2 inches thfck., 0,000 feet,'board measure, 3 inch white tered, clear of'sap wood,' rot", splits' matter by laying it. eAthetabIe, and I, did $
the time specified. { I I 20 white oak plank, 80 to 60 feet long, 10 to Id oak plank. shakes, knots, &Ci with the view of the House ."Frail memories S .5
: so enabling1 to
Th price emil mannCietoifcd or sawri lumber inches wide 5 inches thick. :
They suppiirefreshings
S CLASS No. 5 Noil ar'fird quality White aye now > nsejthey Bsirii*
will be estimated and detjermibed by board meat' To be sawed fair,and of eten thickness, and to White M, (perfool.), Pine Plank Soardt(perfoot.) proceed,with,the public business 5- ,ttl r i n i-os* .
rtUe and ronnji tinmri unless otherwise The bills which indispensableor
square have a natural curve edgewise, not less than 12 feet boaid inch white appropriation are ,
!,000 measure, .3 ash "Tbe iJ1foptheonSaturday teligj of Galnlira*
specified, by the cubic fotit\\ \ inches SB the length of each plank,.; Estimated at 600 feet board measttre, .from 12. to 20 the support of the,Government,
20 inches 12tif
Approved sureties, ia titles: the estimated 13,000 feet, board measure-per foot. plank, from 18 to wide feet long, ::IS to. 24:.inches wide, 1, ire not'yet ,acted --.,- California is..still the' lingase-\ .
amount,Trill be required ia tot manner set forth 3,000 feel board ,2 12 inch: White approved the 14th
CNatMiay! ijervened-|
Elm Waite Ash 14 inch thick. ._ cruelly kept out of the UoionThooaands ( )
Cuss No.
4. .
ia tb*contract, sad tea per centum,in addition, ash plank, from 16 to 18 in. wide. S Whose heifer was pic sfeh d'Wfity'ii 'the1
Will bo withheld from the ttaos.nl of each payment 600 feet board measure) from 12 to 20 ft. of laboring men in our.country are begging
collateral for the faithful 4,000 feet, board measure:2 inchwhite: ath mean time t ;The 'will $&the :tied Prefii* '
u security perfermaaee tang, 18 to 24- inches wide 11-8 Us to protect them froinfbe effects of the
G 00 cubic feet best quality elm timber (butt )
Item 12 to 16 inches wide dent of 5
of the contract/tasty wr centum of plank, 5- was spoken afkMxed1fict pieces) from ten to twenty feet long, and inth thieki : British tariff of,1846-a tariff which we are
each will be feet board inch white -
tie 1,1-2
delivery paid by *Vy Agent withia 6,000 measure, approval was'known
thirty days after the or ,none less"than 18 inches In diameter at the 1,200 feet board meastire, from; 12,-to 20 informed gives great satieiaction to England.
bills Ja, pesentlon the approved top end, clear of the bark-per cubic foot. ash plank, from 10 to,12 in. Wide. feat long 18 to 24 inches wide 1 Hundreds honest, claimants are guessing was so close atbave St i 1X I1
Iriplieate, by ;eonmaftdaot of the supplicating
feet board white ash front The whole.to be lengths! from'12 to,16 the artistic skill of the
yard when the deliveries w u4eEnqo.raatbe 10,000 measure plank; S Ith thk'; S 55 tiito'act bills for their u4
: 12 to 20 feet long, 12 to 20 Inches wide, and 'eeland to be well seasoned S upon; .reported; 'As fdolphift of 'th4wodsi&a4fld'
accompanied by a written feet board tisnal rel ief. All these
2 inches thick, foot. .. 4,000 < Measure* lengths matters are demanding oUr
guaranty (the be responsibility certified at.the. guarantor or 1,509 feet board measure per black walnut, oneinchhoards White Pine, (per foot.) and breadths, 4 inches thick.. attention, while .we arejarastingour.time in boar ol the'seaa' -,* we s2Moja'theffollowirif= *
to S 1
guarantors a
otter eficial person, or by iioz4e y/:na nary known agent to the or 12 to 23 feet long, and to average 500 feet, board measure, 6-8 inch white 5,000 feet board measure,usual lengths and ridiculous eflbrts to make, or to prevent making resolutioni ,f c 2-T-ee5 S .5

) that, if the offer be accepted, the bid 16 inches wide- per foot. pine prime plank, seasoned. breadths, 3 inches thick. ,'party capital out of the Galphini :, fThatlbecrajrobft

del or bidders will,w1thf'ti .days after the ret Cuss No. 5.-Yellow Pine. 1Ioo feet; board measure, 3 inch white pine 5,000 fe board measure, usual lengths'andS port. Let the Government :stand still-Jet George ;Galphin; .was 't

eetptof execute the the contract with at the po and< sufficient office designated suretiesBureau 39,000 cnbio feet fine grained Southern yellow prime plank, seasoned. breadths, 2 1-2 inches thick & California'wait the British lion, complacently against the United Stateal' f

to furnish the same articles, proposed,1 gobd agreeably to the pine plank stocks, to less average forty-five feet 500 feet, board measure,'4 inch white pine 75,000. feet board measure* usual lengths and smile at the-folly the Americans -"Verily'ihe; pleasu of4&

terms specified in this advejtiittuint.or which in-length cubic, and foot.none than 85.feet long prime plank, seasoned. teadths, 2 ,inches thick,. who, boasting of their freedom are making 501: It bad a vinegar t* :anjU.only.

nay be embodied ia the! ecfiitraeU The law of 4,000 cnbio per feet fine grained Southern yellow ,Slack Walnut, (perfoot.! ) 35,000 feet board .measure, ..usual lengths themselves as; dependant ohEngland; if for common ''pickling.* ,h"In I I1 ji
10th Aanst. 1348,ftrbids tiSeopsio'eration of all pine promiscuous timber,from 25 to 40 feet and breadth 1 i-inch thick. we were still her colonies -let honest creditors good sooth; the 'f IP

proposals, Bidders net are accompanied particular by ganttobjed sort jgnanuaty.to tndanttftrtr lone, and from 18 to 24 inches square-per 500 feet, board measure seasoned., 5-8 inch black,walnut 75,000 feet board measure,usual lengths and suffer-the ,Galphiri claim alone; demands was pinched, in 1848, {ipto aa -

o/iers as above reamped* that[they may be cable foot. plank, breadth L inch thick. I all, our .patriotic consideration. .If form; In .185Oith4b4eftsbhIor .
distiagubhed from other becilnesajetter! ,, in order CxasNo. 6.-WhOt Pine. 500 feet, board measure. 1 inch black walnut 70,000 feet board measure, usual length gentlemen on the other side of this hall, smahed. 5- iqS-l.S; S

to preveat their being o tntd jhefore the day 30,000 feet board measure No. 1 or first quality plank, seasoned,. _" 5and breadth, 5-8 inch thick. who have: elected their Speaker and their "OdJsbodkms! Mr. ttuh tver fl.&s S ,
appointed. ;. t white pine, one inch boards-per thousand 500 feet, board measure,. .1 12 inch black Clerk and-have control here willinsist' in and
congratulation re1atn. tnt
White Pine Plank us
Ko. 2
All offers not made lo'-stqct conformity with feet. walnut plank, seasoned.NAVYYARoTGOSPORT. -or tifond quality S
this advertisement ia erprtf particular, will be 30,000 feet board measure No 2, or second quality "" bpardt, (ferfoot.) thus spending time, becoming.and proper thankful, and Watch. qiItzoA-.t S S 9

eenaUered. Those or rejected only whose, athi; others, optima pfly of be this accepted Bnrea feet.white pine one inch boards per thousand VA. 15,000 feet board measure, usual- lengths that conduct we lookinto among othef their friends'matters of improper '." Now, sir, (continued!tr. Btanly) ,) ifdoea1

wm bo notified and contract. ? ferWarded without CLASS No. 1. and breadths, 2 inches thick., :But first- a few words 'on the Galphin- seem that the gentleroal from Suth Cto'
delay. NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN, N, Y. 15,000 feet board measure, usual lengths finn had informed the Ptei&nt tPo1t -
Persons offering are reI ti designate then Sanc.. 20,000 cubic feet of white.oak plank Mocks and breadths 1 inch thick. dint, I'regreV as every gentleman in the of the merits of this biU? 5-4 Qfl .
through which deaJra to be CLASS No.1.Thdoi'g (pet must, that the'Secretary War
postoQee they addressed country ,
aad Use navy agent t4 wi the contract piece.) WAitE Oak Thick Slitf for Caps anTves'. WkPine P1ak Stocks. continued to act as agent of this claim while Mr. JBUBT (Mr'; Sint te 1o

. ahkll---- be sent for executiot. I I 100 rough" hickory bars, 6 feet long and S 1-2 tietreet. S '6\000 cubic feet,'to be from :55 to 60 feet he held his'place' in -the- Cabinet. It is a explanation) desirMs t4 yi 'sibgl ,

.- -;-- :r'U inches square. 20 pieces, each 21 feet long 16 Inches wide, in JengUi not to be less than 14 Intbes matter of taste and of delicacy, about which Word, and no taoreia:rUas hi' 5
FORM butts 8 feet "
heart and 9 that
OF.OE. 20 white hickory long : thick. remembrance auth djetler* te enttiir
10 inches ; differ it do differ But
inches diameter on the small end. -, at the) Bflaall 'end-per cubic we may ; as seems we *
-S. r T-.k-r-1S -, 1s't). 20 pieces 19 feet long, 14 .inches) Wide, 10 foot .1 *? I think there is'an opinion nearly unanimous man frornNthCaro1ire4ib .
.Sou i hereby agree_to friiib' md deliver at CLASS No. Zfgnttwto'to (per ton.) inches thick. '. that it was not becoming in Mr,- Crawford tily written by him at bfdk Is bia ha1L t -
the navy yard at- | w aformity with 4 from 15 to 16 inches diamtter. CLAM No. 68prtite Sport 0.nd'Pdiesj fprthepurposc'ofsavkconsidered .
tie reqairemeats of tie 3' do do 13 to 14 do P. it due to the enf r!
CoastnKtion inches thick. in the Cabin tAs 'a memberifa
'S Eqipmeet,*,nd pairofMViBral 3 do do 11 to 12 do was *
: thE 24th line, 1850, the a; tides of -, 5 do do 9 to 10 do 23. pieces 12 feet long 14* inche*.Wide S,; 8 20 piece*, 0 inches'dlanieter, party his' conduct was inconsiderate} 'if not he had never had "
* amaeraied la (Class No 'o7) glasses No.-- ** 4* f "- r 1Odo? 81 rdo 'd&5 f nctIonaryouthe; nbjef nd tqehe4, ,
6 do do1 8 to 81-2 do inchesthick. ,. 55S nnkind, tosiard ,the other members"of "theCabinet.
1; and*"- -No." "f.rLbatyardt.rlsJ Cgus1o.-1 6 do do 7 to 71-2 do Measuringin all about.15,600 feeVboard 80 fdo7{ do. :- da ? -.>,, But ho' honorable nIias' imputed no peculiar;means'jjfwhe
5< do do 6 to 6 1-2 do. :. The above 70 pieces to have 4 Jeet and 1-2 -wrote was a mere;ei &
; -eable feet white oakentacabifot st kl, measure per foot. S anthfng dishonorable to Mr. Crawford. "-'
& at- J ,i ;it ftbt 4 To do be of the best do quality 8to12do St. Domingo lignum' 60 white oak,knees for. boatji, to Bide inch in I length Ior. every,inch in ditneter. 5 His"conduct-has been''Unfortunate' Mr. STANLY.evidently '

-ded inches of white joak log vita, 2240 pounds to the ton to be straight and frpra 3 to 5 inches. One half to be xS and unwise, but his integrity elands fair and watched the; g4h.bUj.
knees -etep4dIch
.: ,.S ,_ round,free from checks, or other defects, and nol got square and the other ,half to.9bein 50 pieces, 6 inches,diameter, 'ttnimpeached. -- *- nj with interest'.ati11 i&4vtoedjej S
: less than 8 feet long. s S 60r do- J5"do 'do, French "ppolfation hifbiht1th.3muchpro.prietyhave
: .square, per pkce.S S j The.Whig party,are)ttofflbre'to blame for
)__'_ ..ir CLASS No. $>. Whtit Oak Plank anf Board*, 5O005white oak hogshead staves, 8 feet 6 The above -1)0) pieces1 to have 5 feet m this act of bis, than the'.Deorocratic party isfctf V* &4hinfi; *. S

S (boardmeasure, per foot.) S. S inches long; 3 inches wide, full inch : length for every Inch in diameter Mf. Van BurenVbao conduct,:'or for the Folk-was Speaker!,'if I rpitaJien ,.i4i$36t.

- -enhi.*-.fest3tflow uporouBicRotii'i p4nplan ;,tek1 w ,$ 2,000 feet S1-2 Inch white oak plank, from 20 to .thiekj per thousand. .., v S 150 poles, from 2-1i2 to.four inches in diameter Indelicacr or\impropnety .vhich'markcd the when :the 'Galphin 'dahii.imdTsassedjatCohgressV 5- .

--cable feet prondscuajM yeUow jpiaethrotgca 85 feet in length.. 3,000 white oak hogshead heading, 2 feet 6 an4555lrppt ;1 oft0jeein1engUu conduct of General Cass, inobtaining itrtyeighl Th&gentleinth C*
ffrx'f: ti1at-vsate ue cnbinjotP 2JOOO feet feet in 9 inch length.irbiU oakp1&nhfrom, 201O25,. S I ihche"long,. 3 inches"widej .full 1 thousand dollar 'for extra allowances. blina evidently thought r1e4laitpi'krne

.- --- 2,000feet 11-2 inch white okptak- .from20- to inch thick,"per thousand 'Wi8r : SpriutPieet Stub, (pet pitte.} Which Congress'neverauthprifed to be paid)' then, for he raisedl o S

f tJ i ... 85 feet in length. 5,000 While oak barrel staves, 2' feet 6 6 'piece sticks, 65 feet longpu In; diam, nor for hi&I rming compahjr'whne.nithe might baydoneacquanted He'si r ;

S 'F 1,000 feet 11-4 inch white oak planfc from 20 to inches bng, three inches, wideor-: 8 do, 65 do.. Htdo115 : Cabinet.to speculate public lands. NeitherVthe Withtbe pass & S
Uf.ybldbeaceept.dderet be addressed S 85 feet in length. .. + > .S informed his friend the b4"t be.
c conductof.Alrr.Crawford of
f the post offioe at ----andtheoontracI 3,000 feet 1 inch wiu oak boards,-from .16. to 25 .. inch thick, per.tbonsand* do ,60 ,.TdoTt555do.; nor 'for1 1tch
the President S
ti bsseatto the navy ageaa4 L j t for exeen' feet in length.'; ". 5 3,000 white oak barrel beading) 1 foot6inthea The diamt teif'of the above will measured General Cass has;'been 'cnminalr'Botbin l by j wgressV01 .

tlSL : {- -: : &tiis A.B. 2,000 feet 1-8 inch white oak boards,from 16 to 25 long, 3 inches wide, J: inch S 5- 7 one>thfd! up from-th* butt end, clear my'judgmenfbave'bcmn'unjastifiabre.; As .parental' -S It

Te Con. C sW.S jnrrtCut/5f! rea_ :>feet la length.;. .5: thick, per.thousands -.. ./ -.S of-bak, .: : Secretary VVarj; Oeneral.Ca! sico'RT'? when the Speaker'signed im, '
'ef CrmXrwrtiaL E piipmttt \"nnfRemit, 1,000f.1341nch white oak boards, from 18 to 25 bait 14 feetlong. '"whlcn 1cith nsqfhi5country fpiroiftl Drt Mi paphia/) T the
6 white oak or hickory advantages ;
) '
feet tn length.- S 2,446 < '
Per ton poiinfa
; ; 1 dnidot'bae } &badopportunItie 'of be approved: by the Prest .
All to be clear stuff.
:: S S *
Wa 4ba 0>at' ia While Pint flank and Boards tt (board mea 6 whiwOkobckor7c.> : ; JO :feet S 5 tons 18 inches diameter -. S enabling,his "company''to :monopolize the enc is irresr&tble'committeetadr { that t AtQBIed;t aTrroaaGalphin' trP4 S
i4 S S S '" 5 3 S 9 and lO.lflCbetdl',1The choice tracts of lands td Icnoflrwhe'rfthe S -
ests.Tegaing t se.ept S long; :dO:4't| ( : jt 9j-ft-\' st*
-_ww.wttI* tea 47Ii8etth.iceipt.of ur'rcfoot) .16 hickory) butts,
q bUAq eoptoaetU lbs On post Oflfcef! sgAatej In said 13/WO 14/0)bet di 2 11-2 inches do clear white do, pins do plank., : than ft inches at smalljnd, per p ece. pt4 oi f-Wd,"8 ac.h 9jjameter aw price and f' U'them to*settlers who fyr ere thotightthepaidtand
that -
SSSfS ut1cL SSSSittt la oou? 13,0d 11-4 do do 'do ; .5. tCtiss No.2 is 'i! iot to be less Jhaa 4 f et length -, compelled/ purchase. The -Whtg party 5- 5 5apmved .
1tTiilsh4b. 13,000-do 1 do1 do' boards'4ixx |viiItaIi8to --l bate notndoraedandneve will endorse the bz1L iit'.w- -.#
wnjar th fcdrrtleu t
;liki C.D.unOViraMhUHiatjda doM do.do. ,. ;do ,. 45,000 cubic feet of-Jong )leif.fiM grain L or sanctiorii'JAi.j Crawford ; conduct i iTheDernocra&partymade.Qeneral.Casatheir ,Thettfasfafasth4V 1Pblk -

"vaat- -- ..TM* *1' .f!f->' il-iill?r ff v. ft v S 6,000. do 11-2 Inch merch, white pint plank* S southern yellow pine plank stocks oi : who'lpprovrfthfl S S

I keteky eertiry thtt,to'lie be4f wr'Vnnwi. ;I 600 Albany piece plank, merchantable.' "unanointed" and nnanealeJ who eumrneitane4 ; .
f iM 5 ts bve4 ,500 / o boards,; -'do; Ciiu' 1o standard-heareri ; ofstarfofcgtfin'the '

i.nd ., a) B Yary4g S AA Phut,:fa (board mature, peropl.yIflOO ( CUM No. -Eln 4s *eperfocS.)1( +, 00t4. ., ," with all'ihese 'Bins on his headi 1 the chairman !. S .: ;. S S

; 5tOaMP DO SEifENT feetSl-Xln.clew whiU ashpl1,221n.wld 10.000 S S feet, board measure, of thick elmjruntruckliinlepgthsbf5,10,15 4cr.S 10,000 feef yellow pine boards inch'thick, : ipW.When to y'shoutf44Gapbini'CWp'htn Fai nt6hin tffxljr are gbtthbttsand whoisihairmacf n .. ,. ,
5 traDSBglttac thi>'iffwi'vV4q 1.nrm ". $14- -dq. An : 121 j.'do ,philS i ;'ttfbelfttoSa% Hongands:12'toM r| '
S 1 extra'- *
c1 Zpw.fr:3Tr: ,!! 1,00051153 S do de '20 feet. 20 ifiches wide/and 0 ini dollars allowaactspecu S J ,
2G .
- -S do ; .. -; inchejwide ferl intend bcrau jwe:'w thoroughl SS
% 4fl Utions in oblic ladd! dofnct to
S v4suJei.s M nap1 iooo"a do '18 do 'tietorinilb1sharp 10,000 feet yellow rpJn8boardsri ;l.'ija 1qtustioaV GL .
r4W i' 2.cxx-4 2W d&do ; aMaiPGeneral Cass I -
18' 'do -*-* perso'nall rer 5- 5
NAVY YARW iYWN S UOOOtMZM': do .'do :> 17; do : era.clear hcentrepitb,1nd ;' thick; to be I6ti1Ofeet long, and' let toiareli-knoW:factsNo,- WhigVjWbo ,
2OQ021.2' ,do.do -. 18 do .aUdef cU.. 12:10: 145laehe ide4 *? thai fthin tesiimonrbefiths _
4r| )< (by the 2,000"21.2 .do *.doV- 11 "do" 1,000 feet, board jneainre elm boat bb4d 10JKWifeBtyellOV,spine iplackt inches beIanyiel; resptet'oranrTrgard; torpb'1dopinioItvi i: .

S 4 4tt4i if. JOOO'214-" a 14 'do do" 20 do S -28 feef long8 to 1Oincheswsdq, I I thick, 2.- ., tq t&te'1 de n Iealih thi cthehc? 5 1eYt"arn

alUy wlIJsaAoa 11 feet blngOi. jInctbick' .. : forinter:
2xJO5u 214 do do f; '4y f -
d 1 r 'ov-- S board elm boat feet ilnk4I4:1nebest : entleAn& : Andt he
3OO0214dodo. 11 do 500 feeU .measure, boafds 10,000 yellow pine ; aIso..1 -.
? .z :4tL fPda _
alt 4o f l'p? doib z,000Su a 5do .. do .- 15 S ,28 feet .toug8.iW IOt1nctde7.81ncbthick t is, *ihickt 5 to aotettllod%, ,and 12t to tertalne&Mrious.'doubs S q_ S_ _
ev v will ieceits'tbe contempti'L
> lneri&and
: > 2,000 2 5-
do d&. 13 5 .
do'ZItIX f 1fthuwIdef- S
S S RJBzTsl itw--." 2 5do do 12 do meWw S J' S nin'Th wtth11t lawr'and f*demanded'theif_ __ __
1.4 'dodot' 18 ; ,job Jeet; board %d hearths QQQO4eetell0WJ 15$ plak.3 ln4beI :tOTheJ. enera1'bitths ._ -
Ia -
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: kjrsr 0 e4! ) ineh thick. i.tt biWZ t1 _ '
'kPJiimb. 4tkt1 :I:11:44 > *' 'S )! PTEW*** r $491'V $ 'lfl tteT S
S S :-S -,. ; &do; 4o., >S WO leet, b ardmea >r te) *palMaTdjj : t5bpfthI ( pIIJt _

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measure, f. Wad fotrtt tol eitSii
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.4V bwsiown:bs 'wks ell informed in le- by
: 11 &tterL The Ia & &i jealous mistress, 69157.' > order Jo assist himJnb'rg-Up bis.'recoKlectipii j r Jilliriore! Here is j4tithstIjlJ'ojSat the Secretary ftji ch of our Senator asd &

? SJtd requires owdiridA i ention ; and when4 Then there 34[ a* orresponfenc .: between.Mr. wiU RUte ttt tig jneetingvpfl this $lte ( erta1n iaterogath'ihiCb 11'1it, RCpteseutstive qgres.Resol .;

I lawyer tarns f*,..,...*in< bf soon fifldS his, %VoodburysnMr4pentr, e ccpmiufeejtook 'place At the office of,a" cer- '
..4.%. law knowledge feavwth m: faster than Bob at Fort vyaynep',' I wish |o' dooeott* ti blu&Vbg # rik: : t,tnddlej ,, -.- ;' 'k'- 3 rJay'tze3I fst.forjhi prposeli meetingbe PuS4&Tktlbsprciedngs'Ot'ibl- r" ',, -
Acre's kgal courage jppzi & out at the ends interesting extracts.T % ;dyed in the wool, but siBee\ Ibcofoco thlffragment, and ;portion '.wbtch. frees nornilating andidit s to' rep eitthecountyla ( ;

of feb wgers. { bate : o respect for the : mMr, HARLAN stated, for:the information office holder, military and civil- reward him from ;commitment ,io Abolitionist ,docportfonsoif the next General Assembly, the Upon mot y wire./unanImouslyopte4

; oji4MvI.Uwyerp<4ti ans., Tbissame, of the gentleman from North Carolina no doubt"for his apostacy, :nervrai ore*' ,,,,
t CtHKAftOr1o spewh ade in the early j[arid of thevHp06eCtha Coi J6Jui p'ence eent also,'anOter"actmgjue? ftiSlVmgVwno me tiearcalledSoorderb7' ; CoL'Jarnes'W1Bryaflt 'The miCtingiiidjonmed sins is- -
J; ir8fiW &>i<>pocl edthat; though he was:not now,-nor at the time to which, the has" ,. now ,1ecome ,buthing.an4 : letters are to be receired,as fair ,a.upon"; fais" motion Captain jO&fu

I held ,the WOmot rrqvisa unconstitutional.1 J Jf | gentleman refers- defaulter,to the Government shining"light in 'the ranks of locofowacy,' eridence of public metfrbplhiohs 1 we 'sub'init JOHN PRICE was Delected to act as President .

yet be should b4 efadTof'' kn opportunity 0k1 ; but, on,the contrary, was' both 'then and 'rbose"cOnversion was as .sudden if that the abusers'df, ., CC arid EIWAHiliooiKBoraiM Ctiizy, "-'--
Fillmoreywbenhimlfor Mosis
4 aeThli5f bHlxfSta ;(fcat iroyiso in it to and now a creditor of the Government; and not miraculous as that-of-St, Paul. again Messrs. *T v.LWU Hiaixsomt ,.
:r1i .. pre.tdent: To do aTeP* right, be would a previous Congress and the Executive officers ." Withthes&biuite4 MajoKBe'ard proba thIoed ? jM'TiM (presidency, as Vice Presidents,and S.W. .i-V ritraid.i:

; ,, lit. biriUingtodo t &liuw wring; was the rgn. of the8 Government have*so decided bly-'be able to*et bimself rightj should bs pyedJor.ibe SiJt woy, E8q as Secretary of the S, 8Aan&cTeaTy:

':4 mentuedby the gerenn. Mr STANLY said he.was glad to hear not, he can have his, preamble and -resolutions Abolitibn/.of 'sjaveryjeyery. where ;and meeting. :- __ .

'. 3 flowsr.Iwtntt'Obefter reply to thmpeecb that one man'had'paid what he owed, if he did not preserve a copy,?' that the-Neva, whd7t4ftsifaHVjri this;method The'pf&cers baring_; taken, their seats,,the -
'::4 :and argnnentgrf.Ms ou the Galphm Mr. DUNHAM explained that Col. I DENIZIN or THE ANCIENT Crrr.' Mr. .be "My trustDemocrstia .art for ti*softest oss
::7: business,Than,tbe *"i*rat, be thinks:he Spencer was improperly V set down as a (- -; of assault openly/declared C.tto[ object1'-of the" meeting -was stated--by Col. ". bat for tkt TMmarMM

f l could support tha C cpptitton$ of the United defaulter,' the Government being'! ;fact in "Me head ofthealolitknparly,** only a, few Bryant, who also spOkeataometen"th in I of force th.of Federal tbotferton based iaa Sb.tretfifcwf

1' I States by.sending a ncustitutIonal rneasTrugr his debt. '- '4)4 :thwN. months before.il supported him for the Presidency. regard to bis course 'in the last General nude the prt1lhwbkhlb.tsiI.WOrk tiu4 biicrta ew*hf.

,4L 4 are to the Presioen 1r.- Crawford Mr, STANLY. Was not, judgmentobtained Mr. Fillmore has writtenjpther'letters which yes.U1a$4yth*Isast.qjT (
\ Has little'reasonto but at the opinion against him by the United States? August Assembly. '
? Thursday, 8,1350.
v in none of which i is. shown any.. want T
terth Mr.'DUNHAMj It obtained. T i Nominations being declared in order, Col.-) ,
; r J' this gentleman may ,,proprietyofhIacondUct..2 was improperly ,
: I 1. .{and was afterwards'released' when to of devotion to the Constitution; and .the L D!Hart stated to the'-meeting that be'was Mr.Ediion above extract is f4 **
Rtprtstntativt ,,
;. 3% But, Mr. Speakerjl we h ,to call the attention the facts.were made known *." E. C &TQN Con/jrrii C A/ B E L'L'' rights of the South under it; and it is a-fact authorized'to'say that S.L. But'rittEsq., letter signed "J Jeard, hd from it* faccccnurfron -

;3:*.:. of some.ipf *DM b$ho have come on Mr. STANLY said he should be glad to ; AR RIN notorious that in his own',State he is at war declined, being again a candidate for the port and aecorsjiaK iflgdocttments, seeawW';
know ob'tained.Wss
tekebitbteetearspastto.avu' bow the release was with the Abplitiptf wing of the'wliigi undr have been an'r r ecbo ; '
dark page in tb6i hitry4f the Democratic it because he was "a pillar of Democracy I1''' a* We! .are authorized to] announce State.Senate, and nominated forthat office perhaps an to

I fl""? party intbisco1intr7a j Some of the loudest But it was not tbe amount of the defalcation DAVID S.!WALKER as ft candaate for Register Sewafd., The follaigis'th'e1whol Jettec Captain Oziis BUDDINQTON, of Black Creek; aa& tamaiio41wt particulaf'spc ei of,"

;H iri'uteir denuntiatcot are evidently uninistoj in r formed 5n thepbiniting.1' of democratic "Gal- was to the reasons given by; Mr. Hendricks, SIR: Your communication- the ,l5thInst. from the bespnirmatipil'lrfcoallpAtf| '

I .! V.' li iuvt,hhJe| attention of the and Mr. WopdburyV answer, to which tober next., ,, ,, ,- -1 ., Rh1th1r1 "comthittie appointed, meeting. from .the. whop Wper, it to have
<* ; appears .r
t A yotthfuiDemofracy-iti; ) Reports< bf .Commit I ask attention-especially 'the reasons by "th Anii-SIavery Societyof tbecountyof Mr. Ephraim way then nominated *'

tees .f*5th Corr: 34eeeion,- ,1838-39r why Mr Woodbury ought not to remove GE3EUAia&SSEMflL'TCEET.- _,_ Erie," hasjust cpme to hand. Ycn solic.i Col. JAMES.W.; BSYANT,: of Jacksonyille, as been the acclawat OT of song,>espundIoT{
'rhole him v ., j '.,.,,..- the of r & 'distres "
? maj
S rnTr coun1r -'-- r *- -- i t myanevt *OhO foI1owingJnterrogat candidate' i-b cry *-not: inlike
? b4been; utotndediype 2 defacation obe After various complaints from Mr. Wood- DUVAL COLTT a ** Repreeenta--
voice !
.jit i i-wilderaesii scmewh'about
Swartwout, ana]bytween rtorrespondence beami" bury, Mr. William Hendricks .writes to him :' For Senary, -, 3 ties1st.. Do believe that petitions v to.Congresson tives.which; nomination, was approved.'JiMcs .- ,crying Jjjyt ;

: Y '4' Mr.i Wcjodbu& : certain receivers in behalf bf Mr."S/encer. Itt.tbat letter1 Mr! ozlAsBUDDIWGT0N., ; thesubject yqa slavery.] and jth'e.slare PLUMMIR, of Maodarin, was then 'the -Suvf--. nw-'a-'t.' -fr' is very,true, .th ,, .
fi of public tnpneyaca fcmjjUee \ appointed, Hendricks Bays: ;J'- .tJbr ; readarid times ate,:'dutM$ gl T lup1coe1s 1ocand
Repregniatwa, ,. trade ought to be received, respect- nominated: the House of,Bepresentativcs, /
wbo and the I have
t,. 1: referred investigated to: Lei mje jtftade eri\ijpn'a\ few report cases in "It if v&uid1. some extent,produce;.excitement -JAMES %BR.YANT/ ,; <' fully consIdered' .by' '.""the" representatives of and his nomipation'was also approved..The averted'ev ,,. ; ';
he were removed, for he has turbid1state blfi
many ihepeoplel / '
7 this te rt4riW1Um &nQ wa8 receiver JAMES PtUMMEJt' regular business of the meeting having j
& i *v \r
virVi warm and influential friends both
at Fort 2d. Are Vod
sentiment thai
t r; r f -
V- of public mony'it Gafena} On the 23d of Wayne and, -in Dearborn county,...from to this Union, nnder.any. circumstances /completed! !Col. I. D.- Hart, in a iattKbepecnliai '
: : June,. 1834-mark;tps ijrtesr-Mr. Taney, which he removed his \VHIO COTJIVTZIcOMIlATIONS. short to those whosejpiiiitical compass met witaso.
to presentresidence. sa long as slaves are held therein? and pithy speech-upon the great political
Secretary,of the Treaturyi began his complaint Setter let it be." serious anraccwent m the late
,1Vi We pub1ishheproceediof the meeting 3J. Are yon in favor of Congress exercising concluded popular"storm
his. **
that de- quatwn fti day, remarks I Hh -t(' **' i./--
Viv posite;the tnonev Mr.sLjnrmidJiinot in Jus jbands promptly in' bank.The' .- In answer tb this "Better let it be," Mr. held at Gravel/! Hill on Saturday! last all the constitutional power it possesses, by moving that a committee of when, jtiejxaf/bm of its cardinal
Woodbury wrote as short a letter to Mr. abolish the internal slave trade between- points was so is it ially
: Mr. damaged as to hart'
eorresppridenc cpptinned by at which Senator "two Representatives of the
the States? I twenty-four, consisting following
Hendricks Gen. Cass did the
: as to Chicago
Woodbury; faf the in become totalK' 'unintelligible.
: as'Secretary Treasury Convention. Hear it: to the next, General Assembly;were i,nomina- 4th. Are you'inr.faror.of the ;immediate namea gentlemen, viz: O. Buddtngton, S. B. Deprived of -

*' jy.t* October; 1834, t? January him 26, 1833 his resignation' whenMr.'Wopdbury'jinfonneqj "TREASURY DEPARTMENT, teLL The whigs have placed before the peo legislation for the abolition of,slavery,in the Thompson, E. Butch, McCormick, H. D. this guide by ttrcU ato ward fate, it was natural -

District of Columbia!- to turn iii Isearch of, their ._.
was acceptad byjlheji; resident; and M!. September 7,186. pie the names of three persons who will Holland, Sarnuel Roberts, J: W. Bryant, polar*lar.
I much and have time to
..-.:t Woodbury regrettedT5d] large a balance "Sia: Tour letter-of the 31st ultimo is hear the standard bf the county nobly in enter am,into engaged no explain at car:Hart,1>Vm..Haddock, Jas. Winter, sr., But there the bfvu n has become soobacur-4
: an ,argument, or.,to
atanfc unadjusted injrour hands." Balance received, and I am happy to inform fail to by the lowering clpds, tbst grave dispfte*-
you the coming election, and who cannot- length my,reasons-for. ray opiniou. I shall E. G. Jaudon, I. Bush, E. Higginbotham,
& due from Linn f ousand nine hundred
n. and :sixty-wo, fctyfje Collars 'and six cents-, that Mr. he Spencer's will probably explanations continue have in. been office.I .such come out triumphant. Our friends need not therefore content myself for.the | resint, affirmative by P., "I-I*,.'Price, John Price, ,sr.',, ,Columbus hayCbeariugofibeiruokiem arisen'arf pngbeir!| pilot* as to the true'

($55962O6) Is *fas alphinizing' or aniveryrespecUully, be told the' time has arrived to'arouse them answering all your interrogatories in the Drew,-MCurryj U. Bowdeo.R. Bigelow, J.H. j guides; and while

: '. aott.! / ,j ''''-a (ti your obedient servant, selves. They have now to contend, as ever, a more extended,'and leave discussion for some on future the occasion.subject.I Mcintosh,George Fleming, John Roberts, some, more frdwatt iiban he. reit, obstiaalein -'

,. 'Takeanothercasb-&Report; No. 313, page LEVI WOODBURY, with wary foe, but who will again be would, however, take this occasion to jr., J. M. Ji Bowdear aid E L Conway be their peryerebek ; ',and 'ditriczabb.1,

167,:Mississippi W. P. Haris,! Tbe wa> R correspondence ceiver at Columbus with- "Hon. Wu.LiAMlxNDaicsj.Secretary of the"Treasury. found powerless before the' proud Whig nay,that in thus frankly giving my opinion, appointed to draft a Preamble and Resolations conflict elemjjnt lave struck out fenmrrf,

f which Old'Duval is I would not4esireto{ have it understood in holding an nntjtia course, and, pursuing:
aim connunces in Jajiuary, 1834. In majority always capable expressing the sentiments the meeting
The reason of Mr. Spencer the cia At the time
m natnre
continuing pledge. same their Chase
March,1834, tb? Secretarj makes complaints of bringing to the field; the subject to be forwardeJ to the jignis-fatnns.amidst| '*
F office will be known, when we bear the following that t seek no disguises, but freeljr give my upon '
.. of Harris's conduct j ;fjn August, 1835, Mr from his letterto Mr. Woo J bury, We learn that there was an unusually sentiments on' any subject 'of interest to Senators and Representative of Florida ia' Jjstorra bf i pip 3iumothers, timid and.
:. Woodbury threatenji to dismiss him. In the standeeaJl
.. correspondence a'letterifrom' John F. IL dated October 27, 1836 ; full attendance at the Mass -Meeting, and those for whose suffrages I am a candidate, Congress;-which was carried.O.i groping ito belay to tbe firat object

;. ; Claiborne, dated; Eetiten ber 25, 1835, in "My Democratic friends think that 1 that the Barbecue was arranged and partaken I am opposed to give any pledge that' shall motion of Col. Bryant, Col. I. D. Hart that presets it 'In the above extract,

-: which be*speaks M Harris as one of the"main'pillars ought not to leave until after we hold, an of with great satisfaction. deprive ''me -hereafter of all-discretionary was added as Chairman of said committee. we bear tbe vcce o a pilot,'commanding hi .
: election for President, on the 7th of November power. My own character mast be the
.a of the?Democratic cause, and men to tieti1 i on the ruins bf old
; 'one of the earliest ifcid most distinguished which I have concluded to wait.1* DEMOCRATIC "GALPHIXXZIXG." guarantee for the general correctness of my After deliberation, the,committee; by their aa ,

frieods of the Admiolstraticn in Mississippi The Democratic party-the election the legislative deportment. Oil every important chairman, reported the following Preamble breakwater, erccte-1 I :on a'- shifting sboalamid .
We half of the
v.t publish' day one speech subject I ant bound to deliberate before f act, the stornitfq-98, but almost
'liiifamily and'c4tfnexions are main pillars of the Democratic and ; entirely
extremely cause- Resolatioifcyviz:
4' 'influential of Mr. STANLY'of North Carolina in the and especially, as, legislator, to' possess iiiUcHurricane' __
,and 'all 3JF them are co-operating advocates of tbe principles of Democracy" The committee in of swept away } of 1329; "4'
myself of all the information, and listen 'toveryargu.nent pursuance
t 'vvA 'with us in the arduous struggle which we -tnese were the reasons House of Representatives, on the 16lh ult.,
assignee that can be adduced by the resolution of tie meeting, beg leave to we happen &j J f bored in the same wax
are.npw making i Mr. Harris is for keeping men in office who bad thj Democratic my
represented neglected exposing "Galphinizing1 on
"If ; That there are considerations which c1ed and
associates, before I give a final vole. J report tens securely with a oaadrtiied
honorable "diffused their duties abused
as an rain,e4 and de their trusts, and
served'popularit'."I lThi; letter was sent the public money for their own kept tier past administrations. The cases presented stand pledged to a particular course of action, rise above ephemeral contests of party,and cable, that bas fc;en aod prored, lei as'.
purposes. in this portion of the speech aredrawn I to be.a responsible agent,' but I become involve the union of the State, the peace of
,: Mr. Harris the the -Mr. cease take
; by to Secretary of Trea Let me say Speaker, in parenthesis, the and the of a survey 'k mooring* of our friendand
stability republican
.. .;; surjor the Pres 2ei% % what I think bf General Cass's letter, That chiefly from reports made .to Congress by a mere machineShould subsequent country like good if iow
events show beyond ail doubt that the institutions. Believing toe country to be in WlcJtara, we cannot
InJlugust, the datesMr he was more unfortunate in his Nicholsoi Committees of in '
1836jmarlQ 1833-39 shortly
Inquiry feel it oUr to Without dace bittjo &cc4ptir ;ibe
1. Harris writes a !letterjtp the President, ten than in h'sChicago: letter. course I bad become pledged to pursue was danger, we auty" epeatc chart to soppff ;
after the great Swartwout explosion. It ruinous to my constituents anti disgraceful reserve., loss of his ovrnflet at l least him
V derinr his resignation, in which he uses We never could agree in the South in con ps warn ofhVjJanger.
:. the following language, which I read: stioiitg the Nicholson letter. General Cass will be also wen what the present chairman to myself, I have no alternative, no opportunity We are alarmsJ at the protraite 1 srugle, |d|: | "

"In conclusion, will take the Jibeity of was as clear and definite in his letter a.Lanncf .- of the select Galphin Committee, and Mr. for repentance' and there is no power daily becoming more complicated, m the But to descevtj f/om 'Amidst"
the metaphor.
recommending to* lot in the Merchant of identical toobsolve me from my- obligation Hence halls of Congress on slavery question.It .-
youfor appointment as Venice was Polk himself, thought of this same, eonMst
ay successor, Cooae) |,Gordon D. Boyd, of when be gave old Gqbbo directions for finding the impropriety,1 to say absurdity, in my is struggle of opposing eicmtnt, rack the present f opinibn :and; tttjoxnt
Galphin claim in 1843. The remaining the wiiole
and fra-ne-w.rk
A.ua1acounty. .You arfe probably acquainted the way to the Jew's bouse. view, of giving a.pledge.! ing jarring of our of feeling- beoi salFwb&bive; tbeJa
fR3 half of the speech which we shall!! publish 1 I: am aware that have not asked government, in -such a way as to threaten '
with bis you !
public character, as he has been "Gotoo.-Master young gentleman, I terest of their coan really; at heart,to look,
for several a pitofcinent member of which is the Master next week, will show another long string pledge, and I believe ,1 know your sound dissolution. "
rrt t years pray you, way tc vrell(* the qnait"ei'! f tbeif leaders, and to"te
this continued
strife in
think During long Con ;
::1 our State LegislatJre, and jbas been through Jews1" of Locofoco Galphins, 'comprising among judgment and good sense too well to '
desire such it was however our conviction right, auj our of fawgttiJes.Erery! day's> .i
oat on ardent of 'AdminisUation "Launulot. Turn you any thing gress symjiath.es nary ; er
tufvorter bam
31- your up your right them in which Mr.Ritchie the coiner of '
one the have been, and continue to be witb
; .
land an vnytedingiulvocate of the prindplet at the next turning, but, at the next turning to, prevent misrepresentation on yer e.ce admonliheijtaution of fanaticism,
P. Democracy.n" "'- \ of all, on your left; marry at the very next the word 'Galpliinize d the.firslt. apply part'of others; that I have felt it my duty to the, friends, of Ciay'd Compromise, which home and abruul.. '3Tht Savtk: u ta danger '

4 He was also rtcomme ded as the "warn turning, turn of no band, but turn down indirectly it to the Whig Cabinet, President, &c... had say- this much on this subject. was Reported by a comm.ttee of"the Senate, U the oajevejry, **
personal friend1 i>f Wr P. Harri 'to the Jews bouse.1* stake. It will be seen that Mr. I am, respectfully, as a peace-bfienng laid on the altar of the cry band.-1i4thoigh at
; an important '
Your most obedient servant, Union. Resisted by fanatics, and .pressed first disposedtoee! it only the croakiogrof
On page 184 of. Report 513 is this short 'Twas a bard way to bit-as hard as to Ritchie has experienced all the comfortable
the friends
1' hit General Cass meaning.I MILLARD FILLMORE.V. on everyside by power, this desperate dem*goaes; ito trata u forced'upon

statement: f /5, U will not detain the House further by a sensations of Gdlphintzing.ROAD.. \ Mitts, esq., chairman Compromise are struggling"nobly 'to'save the mind |y 'tW moltilarioas tens of;
the Constitution arid Union'
I. ttie
"Balance due fron
fr. Harris bun
} one reference to other cases mentioned in the .' its jJouJest .
utterance. The
PL ANK most flliberal
dred and nine thousand i one hundred and 'NEW CABINET. The benedictions of the people await them .

A 4 seventy-eight doUarajand eight cents, ($109,. came report.Concluded We publish the 'proceedings of a Plank The:! names of the New Cabinet, as published as peace-makers, for BO it is ordained by and uncompromsinasserteri Of SouM $'

1 s 178.0S.) .See stAtenJentr11Is i in onr next.] Road meeting m'Cplumbia county, called to, by 'us" ,week 'before last, appear to Holy, Writ. .If succeBsful' they gi ire anew rig'its, that I ivIicarI in lhts ,qnait '

this tGalphibizingi, only supporting take to obtain an outlet to the At'lantic. lease of life to'the Republic; and if they have been those ad reared uortb3of
THaJor John Beard tn 1810. have been :'wrong. The following is a
: the principles of;De ? fail, each one of them may exclaim, like bis
r Is Ais silt -owte.tocracy In December, To the Editor of the Florid SentiaeL It, remains for- pur citizens, jf we correct list, the persons here named having great prototype of old, 'if Rome perishes, I Mason & Dixoii's Iie.* Ia this roarofas..

., 1826? Mr;; Woodfturj >jconsmences bis correspondence A few days ago a friend put into, my wish to make our thriving port more than It been confirmed by the Senate : am innocent." sertion and threap, calm and"conwderateT

with olpnel! Gordon D hands the Floridian & Journal the13th now is"an outlet of- interior trade, to meet -Mr.VtBSTtR,of Massachusetts Secretary We regard this plan now under discussion voice of sontbemsrs'jby birth aod educationis -

k Boyd and continue$!DO( suite a year. Remember July, containing a. Hetter .from ,Major and respond to the movement 'npw made in of State., F' in the Senate, as.being better,than any other bushed and dwrd! j and we stand hesitating -.
d Beard" commenting oh article 'in the which has been offered than have
Cotondojd.waIan "ardent an i or we can
sup Some"sucliactSon'we hope soon Mr. CoRwzNf Ohio, Secretary of the and: ia dibtfrorn what
*# pprter1 of tbe Adtnirfistrition, and "an uo- Florida Whig of 29tb June in reference to any hope of obtaining; because it saves the quarter

;4 yielding advocate:of|be principles of Demo the Sawannee Convention, in which Major to'report.*., .- 1 .,, Treasury.Mr. PzAR iof 'Maryland, Secretary! of honor of the South repudiating/ the Wil- in what form w| r ay,expect' 'the IwI
crocjr1 the choscft sifccessir General Harris, Beard Rays that "&he'editor of the Whig!has ;from, ;the Interior. ".'' mot proviso; because, it will !;prevent the While we hear ffieivoa this side of the fine-
: r bis., 'warmperWoaf, fri ndw-r f Genera, been misinformed as to (his) my"politca1 EARL+COTT N-e have received r -- admission of New Mexico as 'a State,-'now
<) Mr. GRAHJIK, of North Carolina, Secretary denouncing, witb; | Ja tnsate1 clamor the ...
Hamswho'-enjbyeil tsucb;. a diffused and course in 1840. At that' time, 1 had beei: M!. EliasG Jaudon, pf this county, a specimrn of about to'present herself with'a constitution aggresslohs
the ,
living in Florida at St. Augustine, only a Its !aTit' Navy inhibiting because it will ,of; tbehwbIchefeI.! : .
deserved popularity1 and-);was one of the ; of new cotton J raised*on Mr DATa of'DflsaourSecretary! of slavery; prevent "
; and though I made no/UM, it was ; .conflict between tain by their brtheacnitheothei.sar,;
1 "main pillars bf tblipetnocratic cause.** year; tonotorioui tion near this*town. It has an'excellent appearance War. .*, a bloody Texas and New
7 } a Well, what wasrth5ere of there that. was in favor of the Mexico, to which Government, aa'weltasother'States preached as IDii41 riThtlaw'moraiitf
Bnyd' ap. the fibre beingJong, 'silkyj and Mr: NArtiir K. Hiix,'of New'Tork, Post dlctatedlyjgjon
Democratic candidate that I
,am cure of,the
poiotment In Janky837, Mr. Garescbe, i confederacy may become and
Master General., 'we tandca.
the Ancient would Mr. J. will send the first \ ,
good people City laugh clean. probably
I appointed by. Mr. jWo4dbury -to.examine Mr parties;-and ;because.we want peace
to bear averted gravely, that haJ thrown ; C&XTTESDtHy Kentucky"Attorney be founded, oppres.il y ,by; the convictfoa .
,fi the&softbedenblumbusreportedI. lie, w cotton to market from. this vicinity.r -I' to restored to-the public mind and the
General. -
., as.follows, and leatl he particular attention up : my cap for Tippecanpe and j Tyler -- -- -r-_ -- ; -- /r f ,, ? public councils,. ', that the 'SoitVt r a tndttd otr danger._.* -,

V of the anti-Galpbffl bntors to it.' Mr too- > LOSS Of THE COMPjaOMISE. tcOMMCKICATID. We therefore;, in the exercise, pfa- :right This co convicttonwonffQy owa'.mind *bas re..

.. $ Garesche says to:tie Secretary of the Treasury Major,Beard" speaks also known of the politic, I The following despatch1 'weV find in, the -.Oil- ConsUUncjrl. I thou art] ''J TreI tj inestimable freemen, desire to send up our cently'been deepe.o jby a'rumor'that has,
"to have
.that were
"preferences feeble voices with that volume of
i : governed him in North Carolina, and that Savannah, Republican :. j t t $ Mr*Editor; 'In'thV last :"number-;of, the and expostulation great now from petition lately reached,tkis mired clace. It ia idt1iii'in _'
going K *
up f i >
!The r j
man iseems rMJi'penitent; and Iam'inclined on his return to St..Augustine,froni avisit -,- CovizEa O zcr, '"Ancient City" newspaper published the every part of this;toontry ,to' theAmericanCongress. an anosfflcw not far distant, on-
; to thihki Jifli cWmon with his therein the winter of 1840, he bad i."more .Charleston, Aug.1-8.29PM.- J '
seen :11
.1 iJ, friends: that he is Jibopst, ''and has been' led than intimated in'a.vVbig from: Baltimore I-The.- City of St. Augustine, appears, a; communication .- Our prayer isfor- peace-our the receipt, of thnqer-s'oi the; death'of tbe-
.' away from hIs ijfwe of his paper fitly Compromise over the signature of in which wish is for repose-our'remonstrance is old Hero of Mor-teh i !aJBd/la .
duty example that State,1 that whilst he was, on that visit Bill has been defeated-New.Mexico, Texas 4jB; | against needless 'and jtheTeraberance
F predecessor,and a.cn aih,looseness in the he "had assisted, iii ravrini"political resolutions and California stricken out. nod Utah lift. the writer says all sorts ol:.things'aboat the that the.bills now agitation before,the -United ou hope States is of their .joylfo }'this kind interpoatioaof

'r k ia code of limited morality circle,j'wbi tWre| does with,not move to be. presented by the democrats'pa 'a, Territorial i,*Government* -ftf for .Utah* pawed. Whigs-among other things be says : Senate may soon' become laws, especially injbehwl(pi Southern Tights,
to a : *i :jl jdoes : us at Grand .. !t *- -*' -3 *
\ .
T bome.r Another .ireci 4i iver] would probably Jury. : -- thirdeading. t r -f; : asoirinff;and the erasprnir ire not the one for? effecting an: adjustment of the many.kept an lislats1zi hOnOr of tb*
; 'preference's %: : -h-- restrained Territorial To these end
their'do"ctrinei controversy.
? '
by samples is
4 4 foflowin'thefootsep.ttha two. You ; ,we dead Yea, theoti'is I
"- idangeri And
or,political coieiiNrth4Card. TZ1 WAJOJ '
: :; will not therefore b t !? tWLVIPNI.- ttfjjThe.public must 'live, no matter at"whow /and 1RisoiedThat -the e stirearortd"fo'theenate '
4. m rpHsed 1(1( recom expense wboni
know aIItzriJc
lina I but little, and will oniyl ask help
still,unsatisfied with ,of the United ;
Bead tits being retaijpWln'preference to an.othepoutmen appears they care''not though ithe- food--on which States,by.:the corn-s
|; to beB.as bis' bands f ulspeculate (npassant"ttbedi of that State.vote 1 not,to while instruct i the her Legislature Senators -. Major Beard's declaration of opinions. We they subsist .might accrue r from -thi'downfall milieu of thlrteeri,, ap'prbximate bear as in the threatening srmJ' IVe bare beard tthejolce

LovIs.Aa.wsfl nob, 4tspe4 to in Congress to oppose Benton's Resolu* copy-ai communication from.,Lhet8entind; arid mind theitcountry"msms3ber j, ran be'hoped To a fair-honorable, and satisfactory ofj'o efirij f i tb ,wjldernwa,1'uMy

:;And ; tioato "epiLng"fromthejoilrnal, ,of1 the :written by a citizen, .orStXugu; ; D. : -
"warm personal fnend of tJeneral Boyd Harris,1, the Senate"the censure against'Uen. Jackson tBa1he1ajors'ecollecuon which the Democratic Candidate Ifs.finterro-! city of St. Augustine, who'will bear 'ample! holding States of,the confederacy ; and that, those principle wt4 tft unmortal J jtntmiTbomas

the fcnfent wpporter jifwijAdminUtratioft,1tbs' that of or mine.ranl gatel as to hisparticipatinit 1n th Whig evidence that the expressions above > quoted we commend them to the cordial support of 'th.

) Unyielding aJroc/ate bf the principle theAncientPityjj! very nanyofthe''good peoplej.pf caucuseri1eeitIigs c. he dI1 Cit3 are"prfectly'ajllicabe! tn# leaders of the Florida'delegation; in 'Congress,' believing I hop itIspot

of Democracy,"-"t5e? rely. penitent" ,C61. : be-grievously. at their'own' ? 'For it i is as we"do, .that//a !large' majorjty'pflhepeople ., Jeff rsoni45ii
fault for ujfier It would doubt party a notorious :
r.-" Boyd-was bctinp'etLlo' sin 'on thC !hey, iost ;materiaJly, al jiobis no enlighten he public if of, Florida 1 entertain views not, dissimilar i' .- .. i vl' .., ..,,- -,
7th Woodburyac course and, action ,'darjng'tbe..political the Major would "make a little fuss to an fact* there,Uhat two or 'three foffice' holders from-those herein expressed, f wrecked, 'and 4ig -

I ki wl.dgd th 4ct4h ,esignatia l. c9upalgnpl8.-,_Will Major Beard deny;. tbat., .he?, attended wj swer;' these nturles# : TnreWectfullyr nndef'Mf w. -k Pblk's t t"1*** *JF administration* ** t** < --,-,"pocketed'; ResoJvedTb t American citizgnswe iMentoj of stray pjlol(|; ;aztethptiag; wj

Oit.Pe 189 l&c4't temenfc i 4 ,. / four thousandthreehumfdred and -flt are friendlytOThO'otinuance of tbe Union teboizterouzea
I *he-Whig tings be Id,injuring ,tk:: spring A K twenty-do! : .
'G.1 : fithonsind, and summer,, at, ffCarrera's. Long 'Room,',!, l *Avhcbvsh'b'uldaye! 'dstrb id upon the basTe'of' the Constitution j;i-arid as ot&utlierit hoLeus turrt'to b* .
; nifls hundred'an trteeve dollars and and there'made 'speeches.and 1 Southern men we aremostisenslble that vast

twenty-niDe cents/fOr .20,) as per last at one,bf Jwbicbfjbe Iate'.GabrieliWr.per- particularly We publish all'tbeleUeriof a Mr. Fill i'44tvenotcarngntwLos and .''unthought'of! .dangers/and";evils f will ':, i T J'A"S ,t. .. "
t ; tetHement at the TrcaSrar > > '_ upfromn its diasolatibn of his to wT'.thi
?? t- tf V d jhjkM. / ,
_..,,, pall, Eaqwaschairman. lJo
*- u ) >- *" uchdentialcanvass
F, thu 'only Bosialn.. Wll! MajoBrd denythatbeuna4 + M, 'lAflugh;ItheI wfiiehBhtyXsuVsted, only to be raef by suci fearful alternatives' ; pendiaVstoRQ-aad to;
.. 4 ing the i.penqcracy7 ; whita the people of.the nort-slave bold '' '
1 % pnnapiu of ft Wbig Commhteej that' met on 1 theafternqoa .j -sj* F* >> j. j 'v vj,5. \ act-rued from what rightfully.belonged the : coidt ofreigbt'bf
# 14et is the cuSLUU1ebuty Hakios, ,ana-which is.beingisjtpilarlyosed ing State or a majority ,of them, gwilfaUyl

Li ;j **.* & th-f a large general previous Whig.meeU'pg,to the .evening look i>placeatBridiers n\Mrhich, af the present' time, la convletfMtf i p#4i 4ir ri", iJ, 'n'-rt ** [K'!:a-*y ->-.. > v-> .-!,(.- t7ifI.tj deliberately make ,up their'mind to Uis* S3uhettesst1y r ,

resort thJsstate1Lzt-.fl City-Hotel,: opbii'.lhe occaipn" oftbtfull of1 6iTa l"a litibnisf-Teast 'tftvi t-t L $ .r-a.t.T.7l. ; regard the guaranties the, Co etitutlon,' : iin 1769,-he

: laGe.4s'fthot4}. iiaAh one confirmation tbe great; Wblg vjc- pablUhestbe.interrogatbriesi, ca'tiln tj ;A'very-remarkable exclamation'i iGene.aI"J'ayloT's -- andiirample oa< tbe, ghts of> this sectioi of 'page 3-"J becwas atSber? of tAt irgzsk

,) / ? *. *.arft.f. ( A-wOt pffA ort'lhe' his ath confederacy ?_ $&_ -ff j. -
A tory tbroojbont the "Union,.beihg rece ved, <*t dayfbf df ( says tri $eo! #
: k Rtsolved That'out 'thanks > d
zaii.H.. etteU in ; Jare etothoineiifronj
aha of.wbicb, Gen.Hernandez was chairman, the cbrrenpondent of the N] Y, JJjyrrti, .has
T.j : :Mr; iver,at Cababa: forthe purpose jp I zicoainp9lutiojito bich'thewt r gives generahtrmationfwliat L ot yet foun&its way,int -thepublietprints.lonel : tbnon- !aye holding >1es7 nnso* qJ'wMo

\\h i on *90, le thi be presented tOthatm5Ufl; ; ; .n4then, ipre: eli; Opnin hiseyesafterthAing;been either waov/ising boyeCIamorfanaticismjxj.' 4t M&.r4aU4
/afCJababa vitiated :public home li Wd
and there'drew forth from,bis pocket a, pre d ing ordeeplvtefiectingndiooklng at sentiment/at fl4MpIg
I a.tidpyfo sixJinndreJr amble'and resblntionii'inanufaclurej > Davis be aidi i-f* i 1J sought to bring their constituents backnto a s
bimielf $
lin by } ,, ;. -
-ri JfcirH ttnfsot '
} uI z dOl .3 4 'i their dutieaTarid the OblIoj'jiposed .
"solitary,and alone,??,coolly and di paisionately *AM-Tue; ConviioRt'zzoALassr .wtTHfcto. theecialIy'd6ve'oC wiMi* 4tTOW luiaiti!
J (. -J. ,at borne; and oflered, them .to. the, Mr FUlmors'ebpinto ii, as any'other lino in! OrnQCRt,"i.v by Convolution- ;? AmUroor*

'c'Valpbin committee for their adoplionl' And 'will' hedenytbat t. Iii this torppresseJl portTon if will be seen LWJiatey4 tl the \t a debt -of gralitusdejp'e5mclaT .
i .* WtJeceIver? at of bateEturgeon ,-
_' ont blsv'itorciutfaljjr.rpeparttltim itmtrea ;stya4eider41y.cocern1ng ; ; IoOeCooper, w te
re1o14tioqsa* et i iny way'01 a jstit'isln tinder. all eir '- countrriwehfare, and'thsglor'oiji Con.sIt1onasbe ftad'a j z-,1, ; 5 etabout ,., ,
and among others presented luu passed trammels regal g

_ : _rJ yusetiUg; 4fIL&W1I be4enythsUfiscquuttupoq 1tefM ,cahtChW be 4' altfriwrdsof.ths Union'u4'th favmbst' theJre!
tbuj.mdbic j IQty.nme dos.
'bsame', r1fersyb wu selbl toe % seeable -and>honoraW $31U1tlt of
11 -; Uu1U1T4 ($1Z4G 7.) the $ZAtZT ZiT the felaVer uertk) 'b m M ef _
s ib' 4fln ; apir PtPVU )&ZIOPLIIJP1 the ted mHboaUtbe;: Uejvyoaj h AdJed to jgtwj1eflae4- rbsse
1 : : -zs eUoaof.uerL f liaj| V Hiniry Jlar- bit (ewrnutntes: bN'4tflc1itcb'waaZhont
U wae'-preEMtit.ea
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s*. *, : | ent States"' : '. : $ meuld1Vea *iItn3 ae'as
---V try! thau5aadGXbl fred tad ninety-,. Let ugive the Wtfe Jar! -play ai; full "*,"" "Iff'ii. ; ;:imesup-y *, and F Majojr and, Mrs.- }"jncr._ -,__# this-is. -dingeroas'*. -Jjfr.er ,ind'wrw_ .' S 'At'l4-i )\?*,?-*w' "**_*' ;" *vfi" t6twthO.; '

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, S1r.iDeihr" 1i' at.'sue. -1 whether 3nebi-an enterprisecinrte carried 1through' .,' 'ANDPHCENIXJinTER; ?Tf3SytJf ... 1tria iirs 1d\R 5- '1'
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aeadingfttftberat o : !K tttize n&ofoCQtu : Jf r.J'UJi by': *|- ;; j-i!' ., < \ !: J-i HfA 5 tr :tF tJ tr'wj 'I -S

, timentwe'readetindebtedtowe' i the peopleof Othet1ecti&iifasj'dida.. j J; lfifitPl NS; ,. i&Vt p EX9tRENQYATo4 w-w Yours,"uv tnq ":Cf md t* jtnJ tfonbfletB' ; l4 bOlVilCfl 4Any S '
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.J lu' *'i? -73 rrqIERE.mtJ't.i d1Jf iedW Itt 9 t *ifea 3trr f *zs?' '
'm" ti securing the aid and cooperation of other : .'
J II ;.Ilat, that itt ; i1 fJ Ilk S I
"I 'f remedy' constant 'neod-Its T S2SSg5 C\> 11e..it
i ,lW1 lori bn1riandspIy of methn lommunitws in EasT Florida>"hit b.-piay.be onseqienttct.brity;,0 Jfb Jjderjor'medieino eatf ; jj DsvivP; -- .
aenefitted by such enterprise that theytex- .heat ltmtetio',nor & D this xJfrti *t5on.Trietl .- TawJc2cocviqD EnucT OrAZsPA.. ings of gratltade tedaet mo '_ '
r' 1 Cfl' 1i1s-M pi J' t..U seenoiuiylimtsdo amine into and j-eport:'amount ufincneyfleCeMTJ.tO far this'ut+ud1meerm 'icsflat5 an.L*, 1owm&ua.cw2ed un' er' Imowledgment of tae>0ercftwkfck

: o i pe.togoSJ.SOT.- construct such-,..-road asrwiy> Ur MeeteIoe haTe bad .DOTOperior the u4 tuperriai .1rota Uae wtIb rtdj"=:4 1 t' th'se.fyoursriapIr..e1 .S '
history -medical eeienoe. la no"part of the from L" :P"TOWIIIf1IctJ-aDd I ewtbattt h years bSeaieted wthaeraf -
r present.' 4 f' .' ,be,commensurate' wtkthewnthoftbe people. world in any,bar any general,remedy 'aeqoired composed of-blcre4i 'rvnax VXOXTASU and 4 _rc at tinea wwddTVes r- Sa&mythretnoans4
: l'1 1Is. : 3dly. That the:Din uee Jayte i te eo high a renown, eecaredtoch nni renal WlTBotIT arki arrtnd also that the ingredients aa tha. '

,, Otut** Ce>su >eWoe* SarWcve.' co: j>eration. of. the.-cltizens' livinjf, on.theU confidtnee. In no time to some can any do BO',* are judicious/comP! .H to obUfcUram. 1 L breakoutI.reat -bis.4
John's < by effnafly: and them their greatest medicinal '.;- .'* coOIIaOI4 *atthrJi.fW as4
except wen-prored 4
, "' ? or St 'Mary'i river 'th etab. extraordinary .
in .
; tocofoco -
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isovf ; ala
Well the arony ; ajties' .Ji JAM R.CHILTON -"; were later ishmtnt of the Road contemplated and that: the'f'Ol1l'11O : .- '. ,t,.M.D'd.. emllt.. 'ir -
mountain which ias beengj J or.about .In of"the:lart.fifteen Tean, these ; S< : S :: 1 I e -
six weeks in St.John's ewatj :,has at last they report to the citizens of this county at' tnedtehset haTejjnatainedtU test of many mill- 'Fo'y'.' i 7thet1esuMsakabqi* it
think has a meetinjc',be held 'at'this place'lbh the ions personal trial, ill almost every variety of 'KIEL-i-STEFHEN! U Sr&s
and =
been delivered, wbatyfo yu : ; 1." C erdiseases. z *
second Monday human malady, with invariable 'commendation Aug.,14 ..jacborinl. '
forth f Agatdesfzoke and no of OctODeryiSJHK1That.Ve 'la. I 7 ) tried various bt .ao '
come : and more extended"repute; The vast and Increasing rsms is
: fire. Such racing and rnrpjngadverti5ingand respectfully incite all persons who may feel l demand for:them,thnmghont the North "- 18eUjn oat Cost.sockbM .. -..- nntil-I-coMuMneedS sm ,

bell ringing, fifes squ ctni and shecp- an interest in the construction of the road tobe : and South American:continents, from the Canada Ab:JDi t t fhi.1 .5 5*new well lb.aim are nov'

w.1MII1I JIr.'perhapsy ?bave.perer heard I present'or io send Delegates to'the meeting *.to the Braxihv JromAhe Atlanta to the Pa = to make '5 '- r_ __ attribute th.rimik entirety to '
; to be held in October ab sine, and from the.We.t' Indies to the East..i1 ioom .J .,scU,thi k' 'TourswItkreapd'S
'Of nor Been- All; csine, indica- fe. .hoUY1Ulpreeedentid m'reprd to any other article. remabl.du otllbft.oek Cln,band at Fluor. J > ,cUfAar, o'TLE'. '" --S CAen.'j4 5-
ting great apprehensions f thejresnlt of the The resolutionsVere'nnammbusly d p ea. whether medicinal or mercantile,that might tboeewltbbg o iuppiy t.hetue& ,with good con' '

*. Couriers :were 06 1n hot The meeting was'then1oqueni1y'addressedon selected for comparison .In,Europe, where at New,'.f ert jli.ure. iDTited ,FOTig tovTtr, i :
they have: become known within i" CURE .
., baste ia rarious direction throughout the ; 4 experimentally a .Aup.U OP'ALLDtSE.AsES'A1U&"iG '-
tlltieLocofococH'wrgery the subject before them;;by,Col. ,JoluuRSanderson ; few yean they bare already superseded nearly I : : > FROM'AN IMPURE STATE OF 72'S.
: comity,to call ia the. aid o CotJamesM. and every popular medicine of rira) pretensions thus |,' AoticeT, THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE:,. '
Doctors and Baker, Capt.; broving that experience the true test of worthv .L JLL person*are forwarDed from tradlnr al 'rP4YlZt
midwifery and 'coMi *ely in' the Wm.B.Ross. :: .- The LU Wile indebted,for' their!name promissory -- : S FuItenst.eeiitrof '
Scrofula. orrlflnit; .l4tre if 1'
to their manifest and sensible action in J S
pBrifyingtbe .for
skill and experience of,'t)4 .' ,Tocositbeyihepres Col.'Baker-th Introduced. thr following. springs and channels of life sad enduring them 4r-t&Ddf ..j v.fM t uvil n rC ,eusoecsi witsens t P'sI ira1es in-ike she*stes byTh4sau '

made strenuous efforts t e resolution: ',' :': i with renewed tone and rigor;and to the undoubted payable.o th* ntof Jaaaarv seat ..oa-wUcS: face, Uatdtttj Lure,dkrometor iitioai Botl3eifor$& 'S T .'
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ence and services of '8 mt.1Vhl and nu- '< I'- fact that at a very early period to their Jai laid 1I0W"are eadorsed two ttttw'p.4.hard ttmiargtme.i **ipi* tf : ** 5aS X
For sale in'Jcj ff I'June8.
meroos 'and"'pressing sblilatirts were addressed JIooTwdV That the committee be'instructedoexamine ry they had rescued euffemsfrom the very, vergof '1521i61.1. HkUlkM .:' ooms trfyowto' ,*(ii ftns:vterti *i fr S ite !
: seearlnc Jo iBLldt V > IJfJIttOffU.It! or i.nbCXDta1'4 ditetuause !<0fSTftaiiw "
into aa nntinwly permanenUy .1dch s !
and tbew expediency.ofJorming grare > aaaaBton io :
them especiallyntfortmatt .r
to them that uniform .enjoyment of health ,without until law fIriJa" frocsa: *i1sJsczou*. of mn'r'n *
compelled by or until the MuitloP ;
.atb wtohaCin a L Corporation build paid Road, under the eoasideraGon *? .
those : ttifitesthop.
disgust V'4Pu'"I
which Kl. iU lf it bat a partial blessing. So or which said note wasBgtke.Governor' gitnu d' U'-- 0 i1awseza -- : ,
'4t e4d their General Internal J rr ve s'ent'Law/how in thelt brrariabry .' Hran&iciwskCq..& S.
t.Iad prored
loa ..hQ:abamlonedJ j great efflcaey .. JIOBtBABU Ar'f "--- ; &t7f
force in this State and to report the result to .-TI j" ------ ( e J TW**
earnest ntrealies ea and eujilicatjons l would that it was scarcely less than miraculous to,those Aug..1,180. u O; I Is thw..preparatiott'.are 'Dl1g1y.eontU.

have:been, perhaps J ibveijpoiKif ring: ,with I our.next'meeting.- '- '. Who were unacquainted with the beautiful' bi1oeiophieal' -" c '. 'I. trated all the'Medici nail properties of SAKSJ 'S 'S :: !! bi if e-"
< theyWera tCOJn- ;
'yilBti3ee-upoe -
others, but,inose cruel. deDed Which:vraa unanimously'adopted. I pounded and upon which they'Consequently act. Prol: aif' ;S; ,riKUXA'.combined with the most,effectual i HALED PROPOSALS *B 'es1v.4 b .

in heart and couldVsenbeTEof not! | : on.:- The following entleinefl':Vere1'then'appointed :' The FJictnlx Bit.trre are so called because r'1 ? :': aids the most salutary productions,, themostpatent tit*BmlfiiisCommitUf" ag ia'
eih: -faculty : therpoBBess tbe oWerJofrestrIi1' t.be;expiring : '1', 1' and rimpleaof tbe vegetable kingdom; inary of Learning, located it ebi '
House .Florida
committeVrinder the first resolution utho6thdayofJi1
a embers of health to a glo'Y1l JIg vigor throughout and it has
gatib ieri i dthe. ; .. ,been .fI1U1LI, not,only,by tori
Messrs. the eonstitation th.Pbmuix is said to be restored '
tried to do what c,he.had' : befcwe -. ,,viz :, Gebrge E:/) cC1el1an, to.lift from the ashes; of its own dissolution; .... I II patients 'themselves but also by Physicians s f j mMi au j virsBiw I

:t 1 explicit; he mafsfeisted extreme Thomas D. Dexter,James M. Eater, Robert : Tv.XJfe Pills sMid, PlMTMtx Bitters are : 'I I that U banmtndation'e e eiv'elbeit.anqu buildiDf.iftybytbirt71aet-tnt44Ie. wVe

anxiety and became'cxcee nglij nervous facveru Brown, sr- William B..Ross, Giles U. Ellis purely and solely'egttable.and contain. neither and the apDrobation of tbe public twttWuip Thatvfcrjlr-vwk,emek-- tweuty-Bve t.'be.by bbji- inf

::ess,' invoking D b.hurage be, Mercury,Antimony Arsenic,*nor any other ..1, i ; and bas established on its own merits a delivery by t1. -diyifit.e! o.zL'-it I
Silas L. Niblack John W.Jones and Lewis mineral in form,whatever/ They are,entirely '
discreet any reputation r rvar.v1 and ITTICJICT. far Bond for the faithful
been superior
wto tad heretofore Eg poUlicilJy composed of extracts from rare and powerful .of tit-Slate of ;Ft1riJa;': tssorsoIa.Ih. swill

and cautious, and k pptls. political Hattair. plants, the virtues of which,.though long it is required'by law'that'aD\\ to the various compounds bearing tbe Persons be required. \< 1

opinions himself, wheedling Whigs; and On motion the President was added to 1 known to aeverat,1ndiaD tribes,''and recently to WHEREAS held in this State on the first : name of,Sarsaparilla .Diseases have been disposedtobideeaitofonnatioit M to tbe eharkete

Locofocos by his bland wo& acid facinating the committee. some eminent pharmaceutical chemists are altogether Monday in October next,for a Register of Pub- cured,such as are not furnished in the records dane,and shoes,a draft of thappCeatioato bjba.inso1 S

811 receiving offices f bout, and leaving ] unknown to the ignorant pretenders to lie Lands to bold four yean, and.until'bis. suecessorshallbe of time oast; and what it has already done [i I '
rofi It was then moved and adopted that the medical science; and were never before administered electedandqualified: :. 'S S BARTON
both in doubt where be found for the tnonsands who have used it, it U capable ? -- ;
hcgmjght combination
in so happily efficacious a It u therefore ordmd'TIi the aid e1ecUn" l THEODORE
when called for by either, < 1itgd i his sen- proceedings of.this meeting published in The first operation is to loosen from the coats held throughout the State,oa the said first Monday of doing'for then ilIioIia.till sufi ring DANIEL 8. &$HAM.. .,si

timents, and what do yt imagine they the newspapers of Tallahassee and Jackson of the stomach and bowels the rarious impurities .in October next: according to law. and t struggling_\vith :diseased: Jt purifies, Mfc9*
the and crudities constantly settling around them; '.Given under band and*the' GreatSeal cleanses and strengthens the fountain springsof
were I If 3x0 bad read hia fetter.to, ville. and to remove the hardened fece which collect otthe State my of Florida. the : Pros wai also be ,leeeivfr ; M
a '
committee of the great poticaBS'zwaaneeSaiibedrith i I convolutions of the small intestines. S t lifeand infuses new vigor throughout for erecting the buildings efbricj ,'<* S
in the .
Seal in Tallahasseethis '
There farther [ 15th
being no business the meet- ] 'CApitol dayof "
alion the 'whol animal frame. .B/order of the Board ofTn stks
) accepting the 'ho tendered In doing this unlike other medicines they do S July A. D. 1850" ; .
to him,. you might &ave?>conelnded log adjourned until,'the second Monday in not reduce the system to debility; but produce a .THOMASBROWN, The diseases 'for 'which this article ire. CHARLES '
delightful sense renovation :
wixtare of free- October next JAMES S.
that they were a curious JONES _:Gotemor.of:Florida.By ., J one 13, 1. $ft4
has been m
completed. ;
before their direct operation ,
'be Attest from personal experience: to ,be adapted; _t4,,
soUism and nulii&ation-tt s swore President.ALEX. This is .which they luau! the Governor t '
& peculiarity 'possess _
C.- ,v. Dowinsc and those apparently removed beyond the CIRCUIT R V
by those who advocated t4sei4ctrines.- YOCKG eminent degree; and hence -it fci that 'they are '
He labored hard and appeaj Mj*serious IvtsSantana.)\ .' taken by the weakect and most exhausted patienUwith _, 'Secretary State.Tallahassee ., sphere'of" Its. action have yiel Jed to its influence SOUTHERN CIRCUIT ZD

ia his endeavors to define- is |K5 tion on K. R. : I almost immediate benefit when other medicines July 16, IS July 25., ',The .caalope.btcompi; 'mightbe To Mar Tak, 1850.- I' '
would apgrarate tbe debilitv. extended which
greatly to Sarsaparillais '
this *Tlalformn but after alflthe igpaform"was Gro&ciA STATIC' TCMPEKAI 'COKVEKTIOX. Other medicines only partially cleanse the NOTICE. but Nancy Vaoderipe VTS tL
the only thing inteli any.at He mall intestines, and leave such collected masses adapted, experience'proves value, .' -, V
Clalsnant of
evidently required the serv>dfs of VK Squirt .-This convention closed its' annual behind as to produce habitual CO' iTeDMS. with To Bounty and each succeeding day .b' adding new,trophies John W. Vaaderipe.;} 7 '

who might have rendered iifi very essential session: at Atlanta on the 27 ult. The fbl-l all its train of evils or.sudden. diarriuea,with its. 'fRVIE JL' for undersigned lands for all proposes claimants to obtain who win Warrant bo entitled to)ils,tun?.. AmA'now at flu** y *,s 'Si.

aid in his diKtreseing i state ci doubt aod uncertainty. owing are the. officers for the ensuing imminent The second dangers.effect of the.*Lf. )Ilelnee is thereto under the Act now before Congres ANOTHER"'CURE-OF SCROFULA. and moves,by for her aa Solicitor.Order of Bszt bire..a..: '

Do you know tjjJ- Doctor 1 He year: to cleanse tie kidneys and the''1aMer. and by when for the the same shall have of pasaed FiVE'and DOLLARS become The following striking .and, as will.be And U being shown to tbe satis; efib.C.e.tza '
is the ou.n who hurraed in184Sfor] Hard this means the liver and lungs the healthful action moderate sum by affidavit that the said DeHea. tdss
Hon. Joseph Henry Lumpkin President. of which the- regularity for each Warrant when obtained. seen permanent cure of an inveterate case the State of Florida
entirely deper upon ,sad wthhUiat i
Cider and Eoonckins. beat e Los two to ;a
The object of this notice i*to give to claimant of Scrofula commends itself all -
William King Vice i President, Ibt D.st. of the urinary organs* The Wood which takes to similarly, tt i* Odetedt That the said?
OM rn bets on Gen. Harriscf( efytion, out- Rev. L. 2d its red color from the agenn or the liver. and the .an opportunity of procuring warrant. "at the afflicted : the next terra of this Court. j.4$ -i.
eroded the Whigs in abnse fan l$ denunci Pierce lungs before it passes into the heart. being thus least possible expense.. And it it fudOend'T&t.1JDth, '
&C SotmrroxT Conn. Jan. 1 18491
ation of David L. Yulee, (tl* i Did Levy,) Rev. S. G. Brat, 3J purified by them and nourished by foed coming Those Wishing to secure the eemcej of the undersigned dint appear and answer said Bi eor bites. .
4 then bis w'recCived into Hon. J. J. Floyd, 4th from a clean Ptomach.courses freely through the ,will call at his office, or address him Messrs. SAnDS J Gendeaen-Sympathy for the first Monday November n4k ad'la ft
begged pardon Hon. W. Ezza'rd; II. 5th vein,renews every part of the svstem. and trinmphanUy by letter and prompt attention win be given.to afflicted induce me to inform you of the remarkable thereof that the said Bin may! lskfl' '- .
fxcrand atoned for his pwt si s by more Rev.'W.J.l'ark &C nwrnls: the banner of.health .in. the their. '1'-. PHUJP FRASETt, cure effected by your Sarsaparilla the case him pro eonfeswt Provided., ThhM b. ':
bitter abase of his former Whi*)associates I :, 6th blooming cheek. *' :r Attorney Law.' of my wife. She was severely afflicted with the published in some newspaper ia Ibss ,dElis- ''
Rev. V. JSan orJ, 7th Jacksonville E.T,July 15,1850. 6t crofula oa different parts of the body;the gland '
bat afterwards found, mucll to ,)u> d>sa]>- Aug 1, 1850: Ida for four month*preceding I -
I L. D. La JereteJt, .5' 8ih __ of the neck, were greatly enlarged and her limbs <:b'Ihe
poinUnent, that after all h' haJUukeJ, up ; List of Letten'f, much swollen. After, suffering over a and S C
E.G. year
Cabiness .
the.wrong tree and that \ POW' was nut Corresponding Secretary.J. Spencer & Baker, in the Post Office at Jackson-, finding no relief from the remedies used the disease Judge Circuit Court Souther :

quite long enough to knock uatfh tbe per %Y. SUite KecorUing &c1-etar .. .ATTOHSETS AT LAW, REMAINING; &, June 30th, 10Armstroi. >-, attacked one kg and below the bees sup Atrceeopvj i t :
I Rev. V. A, Gaokiii Assistant Secretary.Benjamm ..A Hendrick Andrew'Ademe purated. .Her physician adviaed it should be laid Wrrrsss, J.Af. BraeeweQ, !
auDlDClnL 1
charged brautiv,Treasurer.Thomas Jacksonville Fla. l'DIm B., Hammond,Georp_ open whvh was donebut without any permanent Court, Key West.Jkfay 21t,X :
A good many little po] g11 .. brewer K. F. Ously, Wm. Win practice in the several Courts in the Eastern Andrew John P Hurburt, BenjamIn ., benefit. la this situation we heard of and ': ILasczw' -
with-gas, were let off buf to n" 4y was J. Baker.joseph S' lohDato;Edwsrd2Brantley were induced to use Sands* &. ,The May 3P,1850. 4' -'%
H. Ellus U. S.District Court
M. E. Reylauder, Executive Circuit of Florida:in the 1
harmed. The Assembly 'Tbo1JItrd, I un .John I Johnston eN first bottle produced a decided and wonderful effect "
demand by the presei.ee hig' JuHrialOlicer Committee. Northern District of Florida; the Supreme'at Court Brothers ADdmrW Johnston, JameaABibb ,relieving more than any prescription she had Goods at Reduced -
taken, and before she had used six '
Tallahassee and claims before Congress George ftJohnson, Martha ever bottles
1Javenot learneJ heth4r he de- ; prosecute -'S'S -- JIT THE VS ;
to the astonishment and delight of her friends she
ArrucTiKc Baker JOb Jones John A '
Irvered a charge, but that behnrgd strongIj CASCAI/I T. T"p young mer, and the Departments of the Government at'Washington. Bacon, loIr, IrwinJohn lot found her health quite restoredIt'is BOW over "JACKSONVILLE caR, ptj 12'ORL. '

oa the good liquor, and hfrra'Jas heart- student at tbe Ugietiiorpe university, and HllrDeYJ Iesbek' Loather, IiI C year since the cure was effected, and her health i' : ;

iif sod ardently for the wan ice nomrrisoi candidate for the ministry, were kitleJ by i J. McRoBzaT BAXTS. S. S zvncuz. Bray, .lOhD NLangstoaWm It; remain good showing the disease was thoroughly /Tj\h i the Satnertber-fbfiowur articles has'just"] .
ightnuig \ I eradicated from the system.. Our neighbor are w I4Is a
"bilevalkn& together during: a BradoD, Iou D. Moore, A
see, as be did for General in 1840; 6-tf < fact prIthaesnnotfaLltim1is Il
Uiuuder Sept. Bet.h1lDe. McKee YrUeeS ftSCaidwell all knowing to these *, and think very highly
the Geoce
norm 26th
well that is all right; be waL. TJj S. Dlbtrict fellow on uit. They were George Morgan, James W of Sands' :fianaparilla., Printed JlBiEns,from t4td$41! ,
Attorney then, and desired continue: so, students and devoteJ friends and J.BIeROBERT BAKER, Captain ot the schooner. MeKinlal JOhn'1 Your* with respect, Jruro Pizx.. Poft Do, as -I _
were found Cocked ,to eaci other's White,Plain and A.5G
am, as tmeIine. Marine; E1iy-35 Fig'd
aadnowbeJudeanddjireao; be reappointed they had been walking They, were ,both Or THK FIRM Or. Sj ENCERBAKitt; : Carter.ac J.litcheD.C&piTG"Clark. Extract from a letter: from"Mr.:Ingraham, Ginghanu,'from' 'S'S J

next winter. YVaat charming; protected from the rain by an umbrella, [Attorneyt at Law Jackicnvine, E. Florida..) Capt NaUa 7-. % Marin Margaret' gentleman well known in Delaware coan- Cal oe. of the latest style,froia im' 't'
song the old gentleman cot d I rii g to the James 1\eW'.' Sarah B itself Linen Chambersys,from 1 ;
which biruck and shattered NOTARY PUBLIC. Campbell ti.It commends to'all similarly afflicted "
was to ,
1'4 Figured Laces,from Ii-4te '
tone of "whoever is Kinr, still be Clay Thomas Napier Marusret '
Vicar: of Bray." ,[ ; Sa nna.i&an.. Commissioner appointed by 'the Governon of Conner. James O'"BriDe Mka1Conant -;; S L.aHandkerebie&fiLinen 121-S to

From all the seep or' of the following States to take Testimony, Affidavits .- Ct.pt Warm Pe&d James ACoy ', ,ROIBTJXT, N. T., March 25,!Sf7. Drills,from p114 to '
accounts part Gen. PILLOW lately gave a toast at Nashville to be used therein Caroline It, Peacock J&I M 'Gentlemen -My wife has used several bottle VeAings,from .- ? Go O ? 'S
it must have been rich indeed: foil darkies and cknowledgmenU.. JM.DaTideon.J SuOt and Lisle thread Gloves,tm il-5s I- '
that the South would shake hands Ddll Su of your Sarsaparilla,''which 1 obtained of your
employed for the occasion, And Crested in with the North over the line of the Missouri Maine; ..Virginia: S Reany lob agent fa this place;.from which she has received A too assortment of Edgings i fsorfo- $

livery,with kettle drum ancfequeiking fife, bat "old not' Vermont, North Carolina,' DeTere, amue1 ., Rowse. Wm A such special benefit that"1 am.induced to add every prioe,with maay other I'Goods -
constituted the band and ;ftyth. such.iucscai"niggers" Compromise be driven beyond. Ma-Maehnsetts,' 'South:.Carolina Dal11erriaa ,Artist'..L Rua'4 Win F mine to the abundant'testimony 'now before the line,lately S
Aake iand froaith except at the point of the bayonet. To this Connecticut Georgia;., any Richard;Mary AnnSDIbb'isMr public in favor of it*,medicinal virtues. Her lather Mav23.-tf '
only can a coutemj-orary suggests that perhaps Pit- Steel Lewis mother' and many other relatives have fallen
ferocity with which tMy.slbdck the low would Jike to superintend the :New YorkAlabama, % Dobson A T Smart lames ot victims to consumption it was supposed JACKSON "
sheep akin;and made the fiftsqu t as they of that l1oe..Ob1tU. Pennsylvania, :illisseissippi, Dell J Saunders George\ that she too was inclined too same.,.> one bad Male and { :
ajcLitch along C".eorze Silcox,Jam. A several turns of blood.JteJ, and at 'S- '
passed a whig you would l&ve i Concluded Delaware, Texas. Eapa, raising length I --- ;
tap3esWmBL4Gof4GeorgeSL became reduced thai her life of tbe'W 1'S
Gord1'Jam. so was despaired S.1MerI1tn' t!
that the were the :darkies anI.1yLIFCINSUTh&NcE .
S same von Maryland, SturdeYntJ We 4
from 'induced to .
day today. were try your JL loirrineaa
who had been employed i the Revenae1Ioa'ID t -, Green Samuel-S. Tempts w. G SanapanQa,a* before mentioned from the use of opened hi* SCHOOL ia
the exclusion of pir! 'white:men Died at Boston n;on. the 25th dal.of. Jol//lSSO; Green Patrick Thewi D which her health bas been restored; *o that for :!
Ji.xuD. 45. Grant John D4lek. GeorpGOnd1U1i.A.psta' the she ha been able to attend to her 004Zoru. Ii
during the Pctt D noify, annadtbeir ,in TT-t aged Or, Provision for the WIdOW &Orpha. less.. peat year ;
circumstances' bis' death Townsend .domestic datte and hopes,by his
struments time
kef s to .the iuneyof; ISO attending were I James
same H Joss 8.bca.Uwr
Holland ur. Thomas .Respectfully yours,. ;. merit a conlinuaaeo of
each per annum and that \4iim Maltipiiedby leenliariy distressing. Mr. IiAiX'was sick from THE, ;: .rEw. Tj, Humphnla, James Tapelll" 8azahHisly > are- .;: '

four made sweet music a '. thciteh of an attack .tV Varioloki-prescription written Life Insurance" Company- ,. Ellis '' -, Tyler, Bm BRONCHITIS CURED. For Reading, Writing' and .

$720 per annum,and the noj s beCSI.IDe.rich- by Lie physician ab. muriate Iljdrar.:10," for 1hriii. W J WfleoxCIazkH ThY following shows' the virtue :.of the teransrtet, 5'- '::4 'i-: $$01* :'" 5
er as that sum swelled to 52, 80 iSf the four C Colomd which wa.mistaken by the Apothecary Office BrtaJtwy, BmerefPinettreet" ; 'EbeD' Wifllama Whitney, Mary Ednon42Houston'Maria SanaPi *a in'rfmoyin' Br"l1rbitis"*"a d The above,wUb Grammar 'I 1Ieart1i1 : ;3Ltsbeth -
Hi ouarter ,
invested ,
ia U.; 8. stocks tOTyper
year's erYice. This wu a ce Kile sum, for''muriate Hydra Fort,**, CorrotivtniKtmatt, Capital now,principally Wfllbme,Peter ease which if Dot speedilyzrrested, leads totODlDmptioa. Orwith two -oV the bttor .
"' and if distributed,among pct wjtite men I 280.000, and rapidly accmnnJat-np.! .' .It fallavs'"p .action,. ( -5; .r
quarter'S -
J.) might have made them very J .dur. u4l.he pwas not and administered to:,ilr. :IPRESENT,KESEEVED. -FUND. ,. P5,1XX' 'i ,Pat.onaearnng for1gtteri Iirtbiaborelld,. changes the secretions,' andbyits' toUic'nd ( Hum tesch the,bItbo ( '
Bin instead of Calomel! I !1
;:, i that period; bat what ebnee; they e will please say tiy are adnrtIeeck they may alterative properties, .removes,tiwunhsalthy matics; also, Latin MGNSk,1fO5 7 .''" .
..r whenineompetition: with 'or Th error vu not discovered i iimUl too. ,late" to.L nrlT.aL.MonietFiWlin.'Fresidcai' not gel &. .' ARK Bulls P. action and tbe patient is restored to health: Hours of rni&&an-FreaL P5 ': .

pith those who "c&ouetf I preTest the fatal action o(the poison., of the:New York JactlOnTil1, July 11,1850. :, '
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: Life Insurance Company. .< .
j vcrP in : Departed:this life, at Mandarin Eart'Florida Dissolution :: >
: pocketing theprDD' t -
, ftJug Pliny FreemanMetuary;. ew York. ..Lift. .Jan*. M'" auroe-Gentlemen wish to'makepnblie j _
; kies palled the oars!, ,May; >o I on the 26th nit CAX.VDI. ,Rxu,aged, 69 yeai/_ J./ ,aE. firm of D. P.The SMITH business It CO.,41 the is b4wu1b.sstt1sdb7D.PmitbA this ,for the good of,thoae ambled with BroaMy. --- __ -__ -
:.: Iutpectortngive''some tnt Hr..R.d..u born ia the State of Vermont' o.e.B.tb\U0rne7; and r1.M .B.- a.u.o1ftd. t 5- &be J.1iDc pertiea ol.J1l1U' ,JBmiA6ss; ;

: ': positionof this nice ZiuZtitti j of1. :- He hat bees a resident of act Florida for'aboot Law,20 Nassau-Street-,' ', D.'P.,8)= wiCt suflend tot-twenty.month ia each a .?--' S:- : 'St; '; S t,
David A.Bokee Representative in Congress. .as is not easily described; at time she I ,
,' I sboald like to bear his .1 DRYGOODS
". ex a 25 yean, daring which time h ha/had the J. .d .tF.R ,- "
eon- Alfred Freeman MU D.,fi8ut Broadway. JL, ; wa not able to speak above a whisper, and whew '
: presome he'rave the tbepayoLthe'adcrew. tinned regard aad confidence of.all whe'knew John, M.' NIxon :(Doremn: .ft, Jtixon, :.Dry .UhMt*,JSS.. ::: -July 4.IN1CIRCUITCOURT ;"' exposed to the cold air, it occasioned something : 'S : tt.oI ITNIHE

." Come|cOeafdonU be him. :He'hae held for' the offieei of Goods)39Nasan-Street.V.: -", .r. like spasms ia the throat, the effect of which wa UNDERSIGNED bar
many yean :
: modest,'speak out- tell the t> tb'aid' shame Postmaster and Jastiee'of the Peace at Mandarin Henry A- Nelson, Late,Wr1gbtelaoi. It Ban- ,' felt ia the can and yea,causIng toan to flow.Tbe .- $ ,' ,1i; .
CIBCUrr'Op 'FLORIDA.COOTTTT. attended with a dry cough '
1; the devil-who got the penn ,-.til i dalI)22redar-Street. EASTERIf, complains was and Ocw Street* and;wffl' k '
u4'.W reepected ai a eonecieniiouary h nest: Uto RepresenUtivoln Coagres : by.the eoustant irritation and fislion -
Henry L Seaman ( or'DnTAtj ILCaIicliT. produced .
thereia the sad
J P I : under name **yle
:'IV. q, I ,, .. raT, Hi death bat cawed,feeling of"emit regret I ; *,.now Seaman &Muir.) S Broadway.JohnU. -' -. of the throat. By the we of.your!SanapariHa 5 ; I Eitik
UeachCounsellor. alJLswU'VI4Ckliens Julia E. Ladd; > she waa perfectly cured U being BOW'more &IEL8TEP 'S 4
1.. .XssUag .1 .. 17! and wrraw generally, and the community whichhe Pl&Cf: _i 4- : S va- "sLBiHforpivore..- than three mouths since ih*Alt say symptoms. of They hive oj e& sbe 'S 'S :'

,Ai a large and bU10 long'resided wiH greatly mist! bthMt.RMwprgtoicarofrt1jNo, C.:' KendaD. & Co,'Forwardin 'N&tbanLY2.W4 <:: :.k &he d1Ieue. ; mint '

. rwpectable "gofihe h, Merchant. &..Dealer! ia'POreIgEZCb.ZRPI L, ap irInut'tbe satlifacUon of the Court, '. Yours,'with_ ropect,' Gtoxax C.Boca;" to wbica wffl be shortly adiad aketed ij,: ,.
eitizeas of Colnmtia Ta" 1 : : : r affidavit that the Defendant in the 5- S = -= V 1 -. '- 1
county, ; onvenedrjjos 6WaDStreet.7; by $fled stock of GROCERIES,
and at sight went 011. board a: lying in the EztractfroinaleUer receiveifrom Mr.JI.W. .
: H&t Court House la.the iji | Am' ;,brig Samuel C. Parson: (AHeo fc Pu 01t. SbipPiDi&lId above entitled eases redde out of the Stall.r jt, and an artieleo Jarenorsi -t .
2 rn otor ".1 riYer.t&aidarin to arrange abont bbjiaKage Commission Merchant.)134 Front-ftreet. Florida audbU'sud tbJmWietIoaG(this Court .Harris a rentlemaa well-known They'intend to'ieir oa r* IS .'" i

? Jnly tl, 1850; for jhi' p | of eon- in ) ez.. Iq pacing the gangway he"wai obliged J.K. Herrick..a. K.Herrick it Co.,'ImporUri, therefor*;'- a(motion of said Complainant, by Louisa eountyVa?:: cuaorcocirrrr P20VCZ,*54 ."> J
t aDd de&Jen in stationery) 7SJobn street.. GriswoldJuBiyantE .her Solicitor*, dtaihvo ofth sirur :', i S SJj
sideriag the to pace Insttininto q "Gentlemenhave eared aegro boy of mine *
. practicability of coPlaak ,D ctiogaiat =orer a aat and do so, J. M Ward.eI1'Uardnre,2-il Pearl straet.J.8.BusinLLi& ". .'It it CWtreThat aid Defendant appear and a, wiflb.minufa"turedto .::':." 4
) who atU kedwithcrofula .
Boad from AJJiptor'U i on lipped from the hOge and ten over the ride of the BasriMJk.Co ,BSfl;:.snjiron answer the Bilftf Complaint of saWCompJafaant, with rout SanapariQa, was 'S. KIEe '" I I4ptS5O

the.St.John's or St. wt, I iet pija.: veoel;:Hi l>ody wai coYm4'" "abont"two'homfafterbiif S manufacturer 33 CTiff street." '"_-, ', S' within three nionths 1e*.*_, or.t--1 the v-n. same 4T.X*will' 1-be- takanai* 4 l \. ,-and. "Yowniruly of a scrofulous, "N.frmilyv- w.'S Itn'. 1,_. ,, ( !

tion.\tha Hoa. LE3sao': vas lL7 "Cf, -. _T"A.' .Spencer' porters of.B bard..[j Benedict 81;Pearl tt stre:EockTWD.$..;.:;;,.r.%, : 1Ii1 Onlmd.P1'hJ 'pj fl this OrJ'4er "Frederkka HiHVa JaV U.1818.It .- -:,: S

; cbosea:President, ,W.B.' : J ri &ntY&1a at tIjouksoifl1UfloteI. -', Cyrus Curtis oil*.Ill Water street. 3, : duly certified b1 tbe Clerk Gf W.CotuL:bevutisbed :: S 8.W.iP.ut" ialroost i.tendeimrtz.It.; ;. t:, ,
Daniel S. JfiDerJDater; Ifffler Jt Co.;shipparssnit 'in ome newspaper printed Within:the nnnecer7eW direct attention to an article so .LtMver7Vbe&pskOee* _ .
. F..qs..Yce President 'ad. wd Jti1ylht.-W n'DBloxhara- 'Tariahawee. Fla. grocers!l8t Front street.; """ Eastern Circtit of Florida out a Iweek oonsecoX ,well known, and ,doservedry popular.\'M this upon maad wspe ft r ** ; ::
< William-Barton,(.Grant and Barton,,dry,good*,] U11 for u. "-,iI'I.: r' ".r."" 10t but often who ,wish to ,
jYjnd EOWAXD IIt.-Dr Prime New preparatioa{ aee .<
Rtvu%>'poi 'AuC Orleani;if A Knight ."", '' "- ,_ ''Cf'.tr'.in'
,. 125 iWUliam.street. .> .t9V'ITfG. ., the extract of,aarsaparilla azs'.indnosd to.try
Hi1t Fta.. ; ;
& e4IieL :r Cla1 ;: :Cu.-col Swdertoa/ ck D- onward ft Duea .t f .l' ._ .g. J.,; S
." v1fl.:E LlIarriBon,"&,;- '6U -Jamef Jtfoooey; William.0 Coxe Dnsenbury, ( < 'LIWTI FUKTJW. Clerk of ald:Court,,do worthies compounds bearing lbs name, but aatai&msj ':' -
The'Preskient. havinj exjainel'the' obi'', Jaduonvilb. '6th-JJ J 3 Beard TaQahaneeT'Tax bory,"eommeroial agentaj 49 WUHsai Lti hereby S certify the above to JM a*rssaopy-f an liUJe or noon'"the,virtu of this valuable --' *1iirC1rcHt C -'
said iaWJe4Rue root and we think we&ftr.greater S 5
rfreoordto ;
31t.Kessrs. eat entered
' j of da me ting 011' :' tee ,.,c.-- .:1.. -I ,Ha.IDte i4 ilTnt SsOO''oU w-w'.-Corn.,. Order la soMe said Court,,'on the& '
cNs Ort: ..7' a WILL attend the'foIlovlng ,The insured are the only Stoekhoidefltf and all' .r i--; IgTesthnonlWbiIofIbereuntoset ia another eolunm.,,.,3 be bottle has resently been j
1U L ua.t.Dr:7AIt H I' 'I.!J--ift. I & county,fofolhej nems4p1oejf the profits'&re divided annually;**" IL.S.: my hand and afflx the seel of aIdS e&largedtohold a quart. aad those who wish 5
Taxes rpoo.ef1ooUecattg 7 Certificate of''dividend-ar 4ssued'nUaflhiOthe ; ,.i1 t' 'r really good article..n.b4 mceutrated Ja Ibis CaDaaaa.Atpeariagto .' { ecii.
, .t M."Bato and Joseph'Ii. ,ufollawct AtCoLJoha rolr&rd'.IaCD ? f 4 C.I @! : Alexander
,. t ap tae.Zb of August 'IdSOt : : parties or placed d thelt credit ot| &U Books I ;' htlLEWIS..'1J 1SG C J all,the nedictosj.vahMpf.th..root..*Huexperiece wP tbo ssly _
day at.;the t .
: t rto4ratl: : r_ tie t House in the townof Jacksonville, on the"2Mb art.* >of&).company.d such"'dividend I*an adAJtioti 4 .J "ByI-YGAuxrD CjJunsSO.1850. *ol.Jlaoaau4lbl proved,iu eSeacy la e. Li > aSdavH &ibM lbs'S 'S
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to the fasGred..bear1ItC'iBterert s*;six"ptfe ring thf;svarfoa disease for;whkbtti reeota-. entitled eaase etttt s k '
and Slit wm
aoth .hove
day August at Thomurnie.'at .
lt ; I : .. '
poiUit .
thectpbeneetn : Mr..William Tbomu', house i anntnaVwtyable' hi essair*>. '"I: .: : mended; and at the present timeiaor wan any '
: ..R'rVie, .retired J u4, ake4bri: ab.e ee, ber;;18I5O; at t.1&,'Hm.t.t'iJr.e 24 day iX G f&pt I On insurances forthe-wb.1*terM o *UIe",;! $. ; 1l.tcI BC UI, xcuQa"; other,p.tbapi,1a tWi'inedicla, nefiO.la preftransad -- S S '
'" J .f' mImes whoa tm01l'l1th1g to flftdOBV$7t rIng tie sYstem''t.cbang. oft Vt. &snt .
I. Prescott's tore, on" the 24 day'f teptemberj at : ANJ-EYY. COUN'Z7E&; Jm 'S ,s51.ft3sU1tsf3'STba&entd S '.
odbWReeoition't rrported ib .. ..Pream.. Black.' .t rt. v'iir ..-Q" storo- .tbe optics J1f- --JDlttred.'be PI141'bOfllb CUhi'or1orty 'S-.S.4L.I.CBJA, ?! .,-: 9"' -. :." .t.t .MWi-ttT ____ k" ianmt
if t the 4th&n4 6th'days of September u W 0ftI$ etf.bt imb1Ut temt.ht ea credHI .wJ.locIUoiIC +J {dIi ''W _.. .. _1 the 13ilof 'S'

r --.J"' 4J ;- at .Mr; c.1 Emory'. store.6* 1t.h Msndfa day'IIf tbtU own' DMeL:".1b..J'l.teNlt'1 tis'1 : #0:Ki"Jon m"sJ* _. .. *1 J! "1'." \O .,< "&orillA"''-''-i. J' .xA".liC.' ,'S
-air ---r'C7.. r".. ctI. Septemberj at bL 1oha', Uea ha,the Post Ot-i c' tj.h1 +44 1t'"w' ; *"*.*i w a? .a-J1- *"lCrditcTt aM&wmnel& -- I. c:< \Tba foHcwh.tieIti.I'1IU to cofAent : U
:, 6" $_ rcAflsj& Jq ao ft1 ice_.lttla r ol d.t "M'- to et.ou. tbit..tre oftb5aLTsiPret4ctot t.th.nti. _AhIe: A.... i M&nJW.4.J.w, ;. I bO9I'TIUS'3O', l.-o_ '. "it Z'c'
:. the AIlutic cout."d1eC ,j witbI .Thhs will M the jaSJ.iIDt tW J"mat&e the .I rpetuatt tb. oeerne Uq: t'" AIV'MIj .tT '' o'A :' < ; '-
bo .111. SO.: < .. i J.tt.agto
r4u..t,.him Kid those i l
fIf e county tot e =' MibedInwen.swii 'S"P S
..iiIten 41' ''i
,.),'.:. bJ..1he !. ti. ,' 'Of' rimtii&. yirecincts rot t.U 1..1tIIO.purpose, r.I ouect.eg ,".t 'A KabstantisleoJue*vw:for lt grsr..A pnh, < 'If -,: 1L ernQoeThe* ? _
..,. ..lDn= I'j j-t. tBeevil and '",-.1 &** ** ; '5'
racl e :, dent man forseetb ? ifjr.re; ; aaz.Geu.I.i 10 May.b.Ja fcrtets*---*** ** 5 55 5S
.,:y,f/,','; .'fI.ili..f&-.tD ', it UIUA1i'.... BOWDEN' : CJPenoD.. eanlU gSivSSjJr and' "aia>Vta iii"to.>>T eiti aw f ****rj***!*J* JSl eh Mfoet Ik of1Ula.ad. '! .5 S-- ,

";'k .. ,e. denl.--t. I ang8. ::3t. TaleaoC- rites f.1nnr&nee *9i U1 dtbiitgsfl&3.i or Lbs 'eoust n ".at I t.011.ot.N.jra J.aso-ia '.. .tIGIII to.,'W-'WitIaid ,' d ,'
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,. .t at nine i ; a who aaft ill,fa :' ;!Hdn8BR'TrBAMIi.Aj.t :1 J"... MJ"1II "' -'SpitJ .
;$!I'.A' 1.-: pcH.1A.a PTi' Pz ntM 1 'I6ffli. 'Md g'J Jf 1 : A. ntos to this Jak who,,;eeme .. 0..II:ud.. = '
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; 2 .:1S117BLISBZD vzY lnsDA1'.AT' S '- above plates tannot,be:purchased. .thclI. ,> .", .(:- if-.I... W.F.,. :nrcJJlU1LDlNQ.', -'Ok' ,U ."lflr ,., .\ 0:' 1/4J. {. d" m>f MiV.* fe. ; : t --

J. .d. E.P..bi.. at, .1 e. !* .tn4noM&t LUTE-S t PR11CIPAtijiiis I .Ba' 8tnet..i : :: I IirllE. SsI.Sl.t.5'. .'-t." ".. .,..5;_t r) fO ,t' ,,;ftses* a* aasMV |ot'L.Jt.., .

cou1awJ t : Of Plaoau&s : ) SUBSCRIBER ald..stM1In.J. : in1AzrLtAv! "!H:! fC .t .ealllIr."hnian :
;form the citizens of 7a ksonvflle and-surrounding ;111N.a 0I1. ti. ..
; ::: W! t 1u ,). &bl An' ntlrely d1sknct offer from that&1xIitl"'Tj INSTITUTION Under.L's of Mr. oantryt thai her opened.tb.. bore M-, yAA47Na:1: '* t- t- *i T j .-i **L V4,4..wl ->**:. iaf JTUaMm m .i4

pu ing cubscribenio Wke their ehoieexof'his wide iA.BUT.8Q1'fi assisted by Mrs..HAATSOW.was tabashmentwitaayiew tell oo4I atrwsonaWiroffi ContiauM to give his rompf uDttoD't the at* *.4J.ffb."Ttt. .< ..qMQe.
.lit.! .11. t- I rangejof.:premiums-wither the: above offersor opened for the reception of Pupils on)ihe.second that ''nimble, labellertbansouibUling."flabarecetTediM and before Contrettgr S '
4 s rl pt4GDa liDO' ..th: r&tf_ those we now jwopow; ": .HT? Monday in January laata "" ".. I :,believing a penny la rangement pTOsecailbaofelsims. -' 'arpose. of fatalaf, rjpe%ftiOLD ., _" .k IIrc..L-

.. ott1.l .._ I Every member Df Cdnbrbr'any: snbscritoer'ur. -roi*. lat.wWr AtraidJfrs4flrtson'sanpertorqualicstjmna constantly receiving, .the won f AIHIOKABLT and : :anjf.of the 'EiectiUve Deprtmenti: **. tire ,_lon. aesez 44 wL.-. ""

I ,AJ. .. IrMed. at the following I any other way,shall each,be(entitled to the four : and &I well as from the most IJUXST. strut::of ;J1anc/,. &
4.t LiL,Thii pe!'a&' (:of,twelve lines)for Reb e5'4"The.T ChrlI''',Wee' &:(: p1&teI. Jenualem"Chrln'l'i' ample success,the satisfactory"Trustees.testimonials of this,Seminary of their embracethe former Good*, to Wit X T : orMexican waJi;;"invlBa, RerolnUonary' ;Half-' .., IIan.! ciia iwt81tlWaf,

.t ; b dMIdeY t74 CJenta for every tnbeeudrertleen Mary!d; the&pUkhrSaM! the D' opportunity recommending it to'the consideration -i English and American Prints; Ginghams;: pay;':or WMtows*, Penong j. Naval'".Aim1 .._hAailEct: iJ: -7""$54 bs., "sas. 5'S ._at
i ett' 6'..1"-. a liberal liveinesof:8I.: Peter...".J fe*g,: r?. "Tf .'I of.parents and guardians who may be de I ChatobraysJ White and CoIoredMuslin! ; ;' Bouat t i'oFSerltflMder iaw; \of Feb/ll,' .. e.&ot :n. ""f 4. ,"

1 c't di.oo qu ,dIU* 'c1. -_, ._ .Advertise-' remitted Premiums direct are to onlyientwhsiubicr1ptIoni the : ,' -- are onrt sirous'and giving refined their'education daughter;., ,-,or"w(rdsa: thor" Embroidered Muslins! } Linen Lawns"r; J9 JSfT,or Aagirt 10, 1S8 j'ArrwageY of Pay and i.5i5'J -4iaur.4. .t.

.i ments<:exeeptbypertoni, lis. >. i igamnningaeeonntransient The Lady's Book for publisher.-JS50 win contain '.several This Institution Is located tithe t te41att viciniiy Silk Tissue and'Barezej;L.C.HaIdkercb1efsSilk ,' Mileage, 'due'n(1 i"v 01J Wen f Claims. for 5' S)!_5' 'tu.lj W

tbe or previous to pubU-: hundred good engravings. ":,,',$ of the village Madison Court House,one -and Cotton Handkerchiefs;"- : Howi'loit and'other"Property destroyed;'Expenses .' .ti' ll1
"Itt } tin Postmasters' and others-. sending Clubs will r of the most delightful and healtbT- wna in the Cotton Glote 1 ?: Lisle;'Spaa.Silk and 'Silk 1 Do.: ." incurred by Yoranteen 'before feeing inn* .'_ c. MV zit

.; : et&sz [ ; 'it oblige as very much by having them all addressed Southern country, having' population of high White mnitCooreI. Hose; ,,. ;- J. ,. -5' -"l., mj
T.g at..'cn..tu t govern their remitfonowing to one name. :Lit is no inconvenience to them,and moral and intellectual culture equal to;any in tbe I S f4. ': : ::.'.c. > J LH1fI1O5. S uredJ&DeI reee1veclmtciieirfce j OIMD'' __- j+ '

'h tu -.aftl'tla rates finbUshed will le a great favor,to us., United In States. 5----j' \ I. Brown Shirtings and[ Sheeting'Bleached ten;; and, Teamsters' claims;,Marines', sailors', : 5'A -:. ,. .... ;; !..
this Institution
the whole L' J
course of instruction a
:, .; It. eIyi) i ii monthi 'femi mj.,to1&e IotsiM'Iiig..thi: larges will be thorough i and.the pupil*will not be ", '.: M -. &c..1 ., ; 5"S
.:H'.t t., .' .91000 number.of tubscr&ers.. permitted to.pass over any study withtnt an intimate Irish Linens; Silk Cravatsj; Colored Do.:;; f Haying J1, the.forms' necessary for a::properpresentation ____ .

.'.- forTsre. squares for axOt8,I .' 1500 The townT sencUng'us The largest.number of the acquaintance with the with it.This will(\be especially subject Table.Damasks; Scotch Diaper;! > :. V: of clalms.1together with:the;;rules S ilab

NotIee1toebtoitr;. _. 1000 mail.Bubscribers for 1850 win be entitled to the case exceedingly important and Cambric Muslins .' and regulationagoern1ngth., different Depart
j. ..J of Mathematics,in the different tranches of' ; ,. .
( istratlon, 5 00 Lady's Book for 1851 g.atis;and the next in number which will be BarM' ments he is prepared. to undertake all claims of
";, AIllict? !\t e each subscriber shall receive of the pupils thoroughly drilled, and required : Striped Dq.j; '

I F'I smoqneemeut Ok4:1&WJOr!: ,office, 500 above, plates., ': 'any F one: to give- .the reasons_for each step in every.'White! -and.Colored Berlin Cords; what'kind'soeyer/that JUt'require 'tLeserrices S

..'. e(t. 'a icufl1 t &de unless the ami AadressLA.. GODEY calculation.Tae classes Jl/usic?lrsw1Pa1g1ng._ ; Wu Trimmings,9f.everJ..a? ; ?iptioD; fan''Agency at this pl i. 21

:: be e.4 W1u unt.charged*. 113 Chesnut street,- Philadelphia. Work;and Embrolderv., be under the,i mme I Cologne;.French Extracts; :'Particular attention"gifen to Uie proper settlement -" jsfr

4I ,...:. FAt______,Jaotiee_n'n ,fat u ,.in rate.benefit' will be janl7-ly. ., S S diate care of.Mrs. Hartson;and there'ia no Institution Pearl, Gilt and Bone Buttons; of Qnartermasten'accounts. 5' S
;North'or South; Where-IbesebMuches are Coat's'And Lee's Spool t Cotton' moderate and the
; c a a. { Tertising. : Ueebsuilcel.Arte.and Science. ; Charges. |rejulatedbjr amount
tr more thoroughly scientiflcaljyi I '
taught or
!o ". Ze1I.u Obituarr"4n4 larriage notices.willt l' The strictest attention will be paid to the moralandgeneral MoaquiloNettingj I;, ?, .. claimed, and the extent of services repaired '

".f' -.' 't'V11.t D..:APPLETON '.&:CO 'NEW rO. ; I .deportment;the young,ladles; Fringe Gimps, aDdging;,. S : AD communications, to insure inaert1,' i at. '.I4 tt f
'. ...4 lieIE while at the time sectarian ':'of Goods lasi' :
mia. HAVE IN copasit tame ,every thing of a :With1 every'variety' Usually kept 1* oIipatcicl. ; 4Rf'
OJ' .
I ,t.J. -" .4 'f"1 -- P324ctT1oic, influence wfll be as carefully avoided. '" ,J" Dry Goodt'.8tore.Penon.. wishing to >purchase : S S ; $ [TOWNSENPrn '
c. ". = 1fi DR.-JACO
.r ;-;: --I,1--i-t.-.i--- 1'f :' .. JPrieeTuentyFive' Cents each. : 'b.icholatweai; f t-a'moulbj1 divided t1114 ,:will do wen to call and examine for them : "

lirf! *, .U..eoXPE I < A , *OIJGr.A' OP"GeHI

., .MACHINES; MECHANICS'ENGINE commenced'o'tbe seeo dMoii'dajlnJanua- ;' J. ozNbC COVJi.itiOR.aT-.. 5' S&rU
Pi 'nIxTALRD'. .. ,tjMc4.PZ&IOD1CAL. -rWORK.r ,.A.NDtENGINEERiNG; S ry, and to end before the second Monday in June. 4t8185. f..JyV,'. .w ord'Df'I'o U f U 1f""" -,
/ S & 'JWcI attend to Professional business in the Courts 'n
i J. '
(mt-i: ".,;... ItI.'f. :--y : 'for Practical The IeCOtId"W-commen on the second"3fonday S hat csg been kaow La tb.I4i u4DIaCL
-ia1t m.'' 1J e.18 O;! Designed* WthkinMenad in;July, and ind 'before1 thC second'Zlfonday in I ..: ,, of the Easter Circuit of Florida and,in the Fea ZIU& .-sh.'o$5UJ .fL rTOW ..

: r.-i .. ." 4 ; .r, I -those;.:.intended for the Engineer. I December. Pupils can ester at any time, and S :} ft. 'it. :.T'.j47"' V()A:5cau'-8'..:". -!o.{' J\ ''._. it' era!Court for the. .Northern. .District of..Florida.. "- UND .-....
) ..." .f 1:: .' : ing 3 Professions v n rill only be charged until the endof the term.i .- SeaJelandRoflerCotton, Gln. : 4 #,' "" : uau".4Efll 'w .u .
'a Auo ACKK .aISe4II--M'1
!. a J y t'' torTa [ 'EDITED IlT'OUVBR'BTXUnEE > '. i Pupils derive ciea advantage,however. ,b1'enteto' ". ---I -' I -5' ., ., I jweriks.4kiIk'raise. '
r .. take.! J1 lole.oountry by BUTtfcefhas'always ine at the beginning of the lerm1 ." :-_'" Subscribe1 leave inrorm. the for general;Business Ja, t&{ state, respecting tbiseliWh'bd., It had naelu- _
: 4'.o).. pthobigkI: ld4 $ stood in Formeity S Pnfeuor 'of'STaihemHtici 'CoOtgt'of I: Young ladies pnrstJng.the full course will receive nnbe. begs to and the grants and 'd donations of'lands,and the location uthcu.perseaIwb5e k dud Ien or.U1..a
JL Se&lBIand Cotton public ,
l Ciru of ,
literary excellence an fii[ tofal beauty,in circnla- Enginttrt, "London. Author and faventor r diplomas certificates_ of graduation. planters :.,1. Uo1Mrepit&tin,I iW! on >already for 1850 of the vCalcvlut of JbrmViUi :vo irrwT7: ,that-he.can. supply' them- -with. .his- double' and or selling. thereof.- C ''I' -t-5-5- 1"'i' ..".1
4 -.f.. and more;abSBjdn 'knrels the loud ,,New and Improved Syitem of Loga- cotrast ;; single' ALSO" AOEST S S HEALtfCfeKaowinjr 7FQWER." it ". ua
_' greener pralse-iWhichJcomea i*.onl.i ,'' ,.quarter of thenc'FtrstwEfftrtoKJ rithmt," "Tht lemenLIofEse. The course of study is. di-rlded1n five.classes. .i.ISLASD RbtuR' COTTON GIIW. for I ; MMT pM&qicthas he hed fryseksc. wl..Q

p- i .I "-did ,by 'Colon. : rtc.. ; etK Hii.'Studiei. of:UI"17ft&"t do 1' Department" are ', !doubt is'longer'entertained they a-reheat the'collection of Clalmiape n the United .sad ."'" snide wseebe ."

.. S fihe January'number is S -' ..: I Spelling, Reading.Writing; and.Cental_ .Arith I II Gins in.use,and the Subscriber flatten himself States for Military or her'aerrieea, pensions, c(. ._'JI1UkI" wbe .

# ..'exhanstedrU pUf as our supply wastbovchtrto.M'Tft mIllS WORK is of large $ : site,'eontainJL I metic. r._ ;; S SS- J S from the general satisfaction he bas given for the supplies-fornished volunteers and for-. hones or m.ua P8riet1l.! .
I ? becil aad,,A. SECOND EDITIONof ing nearly TWO THOUSAND PAGES, upwards Fin C Readin ; Spelling, Modern Geo-- .last seven years,lie will receive their support other' lost, for which the United States and a, bas C8tIt the-aie
equal deganct u *$, u/rrs*. The vast increase Of FIFTEEN HUNDRED.PLATES'and SIX THOUSANDWOODCUTS. pph1..9remmar, ntinJ.&IIdAri bmetio. I .Prices low,and the Gins.made of the. best. 'materials property sinoind; ; 1

of tUbbrttoft. tOtparslleUed list .snb- It,,will present\ workingdrawingsand S S &cond -Arlthmetlo concluded Elementary and workmanship.:; .. isliabto.S GlAND 'Pn.IUMII .
.. 1Cri".rif.1l&1I1ee .1.jUtihen, ) :promise their descriptions of the most important machines Botany,-JVfcdern Geography, with tbe Use of S ,- BOXES ANDBaUSUESSfor Address Jacksonrffle.East Florida. manufactured cc tWi) arcit Mate saL ta eaU d ft*

:.t. 'I'' readers satoesBloneeUeaceeoch no *uinwrs of beauty and experiodical- in the,United States Independent of the.results the Globes, Pa.niagExerciaesJ..lli; tol'1 of the sale cheap, and Gins repaired at'the lowest thronfhout the lemtk i ml brM UtoTUM UUd.ceMnleK i.1&Iy Tr
td b1 no United States Watts .Mind Rhetorical asttis found mcapa te.fefeMnflo,
as can on the ,
f. r. of American ingenuity! it will contain com, .. rates.: _
.. "f ia the world. plete practical treatises on Mechanics;Machinery Reading, Spelling, ud Deb", :- 3 .Agent Z Philip Frazer,- $1cs.--5 ValiSi -a.V.wend't 4i. .,It Lsprov.I w1 isad
:. Those who'. seen the Januaryl111D11Ier J..ior miidies-Algebrs, Geograpby;of theHeavenaWorcseti'.Elstory VninoiioA &ACOSTA Centre1i11ag Ga., I y0it .
.) Engine-work, and Engineering; with all that u ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR. AT LAW, acres ehsatsi,biorgi. seu ; besaI lZ kU.par.4
.... ;. need no i. excellence; and for useful in more than one thousand dollars' 'worthof Analytical Botany MCMTORD HARXIS, ..mMJrf.1 ifrp** fry.a Mtautfe wesA-rWej?
; .,. those who have end&J affording the un folio volumes,magazines,and other books.' ,Parsing in the Poets,Reading,Essay. Writing; N. HAKDKK. Savannah; :UcKlOnn.u J'L&. hIbses lUMwMfe re>e Utrras4 ttc IsieHtliesi f
.j. prejudiced; and praise of others. The The great object of this publication is, to place (daily,) Composition Writing.. B.F. SMITH, Charleston, S.U., WO attend to professional business en trusted rim of tb*art.have 5 1 Eft**fcfButiJifcsaiee.uliMoeilsftfO4
i Kromone e1 country to the other : Senior StwMtt-Gtfnaery Algebra concluded Palatka. E. F. the masuTh-eIuf' Ore Sar.spsiUl&i TkeBmb
; i. ; press ; before practical men and students such an amount R. R. ROD k Co., to him the Eastern Circuit,
,. *:> eehQraJb..wbUo Inpfonouncing: Graham'sbe theoretical and scientific knowledge in a eon Trigonometry Chemistry, Logic, IntellectualPhilosophy S.
S ), & to be the i*ieif\ and most beautiful pe- densed form as shall enable them to. work to the loral Philosophy; Natural Philosophy T. O.HOLMES Co...l'acksonville i...F.. and the'Supreme. Court at Tallahassee.: He has ben medicinal useless]eropcWuCBid, *< *then ton'meefliMam wbkiIf rmlrcpartac wbImW' 0

: TIOI 4 that has evei ;l eei leaned in any country. best advantage, and to-,avoid these mistakes and Latin, (optional,) DaUv Essay Writing., PATTKRSOK KINa,Burnt Fort, Ga. also such an 'advantageous,connection Withal or U lot iaiPWU--fse5iU.* ea* e.141

For ourselves, ecureti"$" iheaith, of our.vast body which they might otherwise commit.. -.The Composition General Review./Studies. A. A. DKLotKXrDarien, Ga., able Lawyer at Washingtoa eity;as will ensure which tolajariow so th.itsiou. ftme ef ike prow* .
ef subscribers,_ laht4 i; : a. .1fell as defy the .- : thaI-ib.y'asaseer
amount of useful information thus brought together ,&IcLoPTvmo*.: JHO: Frwa .< sueh alI UM of fempwula s4Oei-'i'i*
:1 .. ;. pony efforts ot comp t ,fo'"round UII:, Every at: is almost beyond precedent in such works. GEORGE L. BKOW.I, NewnansviUe, E.FW. a prompt and speedy- -collection of clatnu erapoiate s.d are 1oithI: wet'aIw.iibatWa se&

( tempt to tealthe LIi garb, by; our imitators; Indeed, ,there ia..hardly any subject .within its JuvenileDeTiwtment.perses. of 5menthsrS1000 .. : ," J. .be placed n bis hands,against_the,United. pmerred by tdtri&t ijnttu,keowu .oaly r tho5.
would be to First H u- 1* 1200 11 its MUtwe. M< eoer tbeM wiAff
produce*a'war whifi 4 discomfltting which is not with such Class A.W WATTMATf. Ocaia. E. F. experienced Mi
clearness titates.
i : range Second 'II 'l' of pretensions. Classr E.F. '
: tny thine short tlJ i aostjbrasen and precision, that even amen_ of the moat ordi- J. W.. PKABSOK Orange Springs, v. S sss.aSidsal
M Con,aados $ iltl
Sept. 1,1849-17.- are
p Junior ,20 00
M: / ::. Jim)1cD' ).pPJtEMJ; ; nary capacity cannot fail understanding it,and Senior Studies _1I.i. ", 2500 A.'DDHBAa fc 4., Ki g'. Ferry and Trader. 15OI.1OOIWhICItWseU5BII nine. -
.i : ( tt'a I and splendid thus learning from,it much which it is. important 1 I Hill. S Lay sense cas kotl wr Wiew the me*, till tly gv
FnFr'.P 2500
large, Mnrio Piano M. i
;. : for him to know. on ,: THOMAS VANCE. J. P, SAXDEUSOirr dazkceleeed Bqvid.etttterta .-, bfefclte s re ties the asg
". G 00
.junking a most exqui- U.Instrument .
lKll1'-enp1'in A Ireea else
tlIhea fherM
.I.. iii Mpk&r.tor Ilo rjttfdy, offered to any From the annexed list of the principal authon'I DrawingandPaintlnr, !' ." 1000 St..Marys,.Ga.;May 30,1850. tfJactsonTllle 1TTOKNXT 1XD COCNStLlOK. ,LAW, suits the Us root taip3if: < mrtd aay ihbM Uqvid,.WMOT; wK asa

$3 subscriber ThianyjiSerfdelKwhi irenaum. is far superior toT I and subjects comprised in this work it ie self-evi Wax Work and Embroidery, each,. 1000 removed his office from Columbia 'oovnolMM*, and 9sica1t, AZAYAELi.AExTaAr

I : .. t .' dent that all citizens engaged the practical and French Spanisl and Italian each 1900 :'Female. Institute.rr HAVING, ; to ,Jacksonville, 'DUT ,County;; er B1&t7.si swk.to saiths ssd
: 't '
useful arts, etc., may derive essential advantagesfrom that 00 term is the -- ,- : kaowaasths -
E. It will perceived 825 per ': respectfully,informs bis friends.that be,flu asso 1ACOflWbW4'
if. P1..r. i Ai'11J1 the possession and study of this publication; that can be charged for tuition [in HE Committee of'Direction bar adopted GENUINE
I { .nr DeThzrj ....',. nn o. (par money InS the following may be especially designated s highest the Literary price and Scientific Branches;,Includingthe ./thefollowingregulations; .. .. .. ciated.witbT him. in the practice .of.Lairhi: S 8APtr&RlLLA0 -: -

I tb*State from whicS is Remitted- ,.) one. copy. of ,Millwrights;moulders and boiler makers; artificers !- Ancient Languages. The Scholastic Year,is to consist of four terms. brother, 6;:W..AUTDERSOV. This Is eeIpadtaAtea ths lassi '

:. G5in4scopjqq j I IS in brass, copper and tin; cutlers and workers ,The'1 Institution'win be supplied with Chemical of eleven weeks each. 5-" The firm'will'be represented' at ta h' and erery' of 8arup iMcottlBC rUUiuolan acid ivlejeeted 5t-tNoumecs moved, e;eff to .thtotr xtrscW camhte a-rf',

', .J UWCEiA1ID CENT.PRIJ\T, of steel in general; carpenters; briekmakers; and Philosophical Aparatus and a well assorted Orthography, Reading' Writing,, and Arithmetic Term of the Circuit Court in the sereral. CeonUet ; then.veryretku*ofiwdlemJ,la't.se man*taM
Phtct'Tet aid'which be workers in ivory, boneandkorn; civil engineers, Miscellaneous per term, $. The above, with -English >I. sad asuaeiulSL.tLras La-as W toin
by2'ot Classical Historical Library., Eastern a pure ;
jnay Judicial Circuit the
::: beautiful specimens 01 railway contractors," and contractors for earthwork : : Grammar and Geography, per term, #5. The of the County' Inca p bte ef ta lnfstoperiM. aavI( valoaMe -a>4 asPg
.j j considered of thTpoet and masonry of every description;architects W. B. Vocal Music taught to'an. the pupils t above; with the higher branches of aa .English Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the ;Supreau .. Prepared Iik way,U ss

? .. art ever presented WJury' magaiinepublisher.--suitable and bridge builders; builders;master masons, and without charge.' :. education, embracing Algebra; Geometry, history -. Court at Tallahassee and the U, S,Court at Si. powas11sgasfi.s1i ; T L il 3
F And also,.new an4i1utUu1 engraving bricklayers; ship builders masters of vessels One-baiftenms of tuition are considered due in natural,mental and moral Philosophy,Botany Cure otinn. erab1edLseasei.
f for framing" ',of a Ertd Sabject,' carpenters and others connected with building' advance. or the whole at the middle of the term.. Chemistry, Geology Astronomy Rhetoric Augustine.AH.. )bnsinees entrusted to their care : Beece the reason wnyiwe l beer nise.s4'- e

.t "" tint i J noi B.. TO "I'UI .TOMB, vnd docking ships; bjock and pump makers; hemp Scholars from ,abroad"can. obtain board eitherin Logic and Evidences 0{Christianity term, will receive prompt attention.- every side te its ft tor ft*aWa wensnd eMdr .TT.?

t ; prepared crt1. fc&at'i very heavy (cost, as aPremium : dressers and rope makers; manufacturers of linen the family of the Principal, or in private families $6. Each quarter,to be'paid to the Treasurer, Address-'J. P. & S. W. s.a WDKSSOtcmvUie ;". 804 DjfFTiojfrtrprsur tl dolor woadon hr tM case$of,a-si LlP'ZZ-4fft3 COil,1fj.wz

'S nyk'sulscribers. to Graham's and!'cotton fabrics; JnaDl acturen'of spinning. in the town '. -, I 1m advance -' + ;Dvoal County, Thrida.Jackeon'UIe. .', d 1* IIflWJ4ATIS.M.
.;S. Macsjjne. Or,*if dts' ed, we will furnish in lieuofeitheroftIe machines,' roving machinescard breakers and R. W.PARRAMORE, 'President. i :The Scholars will be under the careful Instruction '.. .Jan. 11.1850.HeQ.t1EEl'I tfMelWTOSn I p.xs, COS77F&3S an cUTAX'XoUJU U, 1'LzL1iCr
4 willows and of Female Teacher. .
abot"prints a complete set of our finishers drawing-frames, pickers, W.'A. BRINSON an experienced *a4IaIuwTYRrrr
with flax i has been made for instruction in Latin
. I *lite' etc., connected cotton; ; andwool ma- Provision
t':4-. metcoUnt portraUs THOMAS
ef. :;- .Il i E UTE WAR.WITH ; cloth folders and measurers and persons interested D. B.H. MATS. --, for which additional charges will be made. 4ToRNz1.4Tj..AW\ pease. ...mare.nnbeaev IIIaIIIUU.rPIIIt id/
-- It' Ica. in 'sewing machinery; anchor and chain The first term commences on the 8th of October 4 1 foss k1itUt1.I.mS4.* eiy.jtsa .1\ liopics for one year.and. cable manufacturers;'entUng.and turning. tool February 14,1850. Trustees- next. -S .,? WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern anequal cImaaieu. s-TnOsor Wood to(he heed,

i'or'.F DoRarttf Wnts ro to each subecnber. '_ makers; pin >and needle makers;.nail and rivet -' Applications for admission are. to be'.made to :Circuit; the United States District Court at St. p4tcoo at thi baWl.c4 bit sad baa-as.caM .bt
a oopy either makers bolt and ",-1X lt makers nail cutters, the Committee of Direction. *w bo ftnhe OflR ito >dyCW It haeud Mi.Bat
; ; Court at Tallahassee .
sad Augustine the.
For 1M DdZaJIJtiYe\ Copies for one year coiners; leather dressers.and curriers;manufacturers ,1\ladisoD'Male_. Academy.. J. M. DANIEL. ; Supreme ; a ecw. fsgarpththe PoBtmuter or perIOD of great and small arms candle makers 111'.'H.-D.'HOLLAND, and pioaecnteClaims for citizens in any part( p>ade prnptruknad ; fe&zlof stftenoM1 ef the
guns ; ; "
the above
,- forming thi TCttl and either of. rVnE Eiirctoe..f ths Institution were A.M.: REED Florida the Gorernment at Washington Ibvos every Uu put.- "
lace .
S each subscriber/ biscuit and cracker makersf- makers; ribbon ?, against lewnhlar tole_ sWlIemeeMPLALNTS.asses iaWas .ee
of P jrfraiM to
set A
,, Prints or a resumed on the VecosdMonday of January
.. "I *, Eleven Copiesfor' one weavers; stone cutters and marble masons;dyers, of S Committttof Dtnetion. either before Congress or at the Departments. md acknowledged thv 1 1*pin kads sad tt*fe* of
,71t'f, latt the and direction
tor \ trader superintendence
.i year'aid a eopy of&i ..et qthe r Print, or a set ofthe cloth -washers and scourers coopers; eider, and Mr. B.: Z:GAULDEN'late graduate of Columbia Rev.. it. SWART, Tt'vuwtr. .ftj Aroaxssj Jacksonville, Lad Florida. S S FEMAl1U : ) -
: Portraits to eacfi i ifec iber,and a copy of the cheese manufacturers; erotrov crystal and plate J vflle lW wotfa'wond4f, tIke 'alas o(Jtssr 4st U.peuig .
of Mr.Gaulden'scapacity ackron July
"r" the Pol ti caulClu tot sending the glass makers; sugar boilers and refiners with proprietors College*! From a knowledge ,7, May 2, BSD trOaCAUnT fg*. W&I4cZ.4 ipjasu ivilh
to person
: MagasiM of sugar plantations; manufacturers ,o as. a Teacher, derived from experience *_. ( 1W .esiraa1 pssIeJa-a. rb ,
; with scopyc4chftheIargeFrIntsUnS railway bar, round, ribbon and rod iron; wheel and trial during the quarter of the last year just y.B4 to as eneeta lucnifBij'aa th. sti'uiDisassv. -
: 1. al premium i J I axle,and spring makers; engine drivers and per closed, as well as from the most ample and satisfactory '"1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates lman 0 5T :-
; addittST those forming testimonials of former success, the Trustees s S a, e.fr4tki.and regnlatug di.gsai
f 'For Vie 4veni4nce (j sons'connected with the, locomotive generally; foreign I4YJedlingL" .Anoun MiD 'C V5eEJ.LOa'I.T LAW, 5'
.1 : :
of this- Academy unhesitatingly recommendit S . (fitrai,u gives tnae ad;ttnaeU to the whale aeeyr.eff .
j S .. Jnf'connecth*n I'.irrA- otlierPtthlications of engineers stationary and captains lumber of steam dealers vessels and;managers, I' to the'consideration of parents and guardianswho -J .;Tonb bXanbood. 5'i i HAYING been obliged to abandon for Intention sad ibas ease.all r*, -" s ,; K.I '

? .r wvilZ i : i-i of saw mills; engines veneer cutters; ;owners planing owners machinery [ may be desirous of placing those under their > :VIGOROUS.LIFE. .. j leaY D;.'Florida,.wiQ devote, himself to.the Acrrcrasaerf dhaes onddeHlifTir ,
.. ojeoijofui.Mu1nsndOneoftbe&tur- charge in 'a situation; offering.inducements of REID1 oaAFremator this pravcvts f, U m s nmtvntetr eeeirretttf
millers and with the Eastern
corn connected practice of his profession throughout '
; persens
drE1anhiIr Po4fofltsr;/Wfars.; healthfullness of location and high moral and Intellectual I .Death. maladies, as5iad ( **. XVar.114o.ce Jneve
.S Onof the 'Maasis anjThree Two of-the Post for bolting and bran-eeparatine machinery;farmers culture inferior to no other in the Southern ,- Circuit Florida.' Basfnee* entrusted to him ,8.iy. FPSPi Pita.S .
; & and persons"using grain-shelling and threshing J ft ClVesWlM tOV WOW siiIss Sb. vas as ,
-, c :' &att Four ofthe machinery; buhl workers, carvers, engravers,and country.,.;Students may be prepared at this KINKEL1N. ON SELF PRESERVATION. will receive his prompt attention fiM,lose. the .sum4h X f n4 fire* 50* dlientew, se
: roplet of C -., ornament makers in general;persons employed in Academy:to enter:any.' ,college in the United, Cents Jacksoirrille,E. F.,July 25th, !.. *flM bowels grpsa4 cidi*"* "iHlWiV eW**
l for n*?Drs1 'I 1 fOaIy2S .g.grI'Lts .
5' : t b Port manufacturing of gas; makers .of copper and states.lfc:; ,: S ..lamiMilc.psaieee g. sta. eewHse tkeef ctssatat
:- fomr copies of the Kjagasi' and Two" of the Post lead tubing; linen and straw. paper, makers; ship '- 'l The strictest; attention will be paid to the ieaoru Book;jflst pubKshed;is filled .m, useful the Mood. BfodneJir" warmth equfly aB evor aBi -

'. ; tot 3u*Delltcn.r and"N1.of- the Postrn -- owners,harbor masters, and others interested indredging deportment of the students; both by tbe Trusteesand :.L information on the idrmities.and diseases 1)nN'cf AND SCOURING she a-uictuuas fco Jy.and mad 4btaovas the penptntk a1."I; nlUM '
8i ggesetth.Mks, S sinkers the Teacher.' The is.located within of the Generative.- ."It addresses itself
.well astronomers
machinery Academy p
.5 : iTi lilt hnlfonaM The.adrt4asi4a.<
S fou1t,1kd4. ;!JJ.! ; philosophers, and others using philosophical the immediate vicinity of the village of Madison alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and.OLD AGE E STAB., ; s E.N T. The t
. a 1fi i +9* TOWOT. raw and instrument; miners engineers,and Court-house in-;or-ijear'which rood boarding To all who apprehend suffer under the dire 'NO. 93 YoRK.STREET.., '"' medicine: o re-eIii itIy e

4 r J&ortOeee elaiiJriowB In the Union,from others interested in pumping engines; persons interested may be obtained on most reasonable terms.The consequences of early prolonged indiseretione- i REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE Bit ins aayoftbe3, niMeLvWI.ii'bt.ri.w
.i __ ,) IZIIei.t "Thi r4*> exhaustive effects of .
canals scholastic will be divided into t". sessions of te all who feel the sedentary '
reoeftc lh number of eft .in and aqueducts;warehousemen year C
.e :'.; Mribon wkiekwe to shall"Grattm
,4 t4 lSSO.-andthe cranes, Jack.screws, 'common sndfeed cranes; on the second Monday in January last,and will declining physical energy,are the victims of nervous eesMxnrJjzr.s.4 >
:. yes between ibfi 18* (Magatine(annary. to be mailed workers in metals and alloys tin plate workers; end before the second Monday in June.? The second and mental debility and of.moping and melancholy ,:i.5DgAr.L WAV, :
.5 ring manufacturers wheelwrights! clock makers to commence on the second Mondav.in July; ,despondency.' '.!. K.would,say- 5''S
SUtJSS teff through It ) ; ; { .'J" ETURS il L WkIMUditO'.1e'K whue'tbe et&er bo
a .. whol and horologisU, etc., eto.. ew..- and end on Friday before the second Monday ml ;
,; shafle entitled L a"e itlneaoce of the : & *5 JtEADT1LB99L! S farorshelMCneerrvdsinee to commenced ie, fig itff/i eeemi1stjhsge.sebiscJ'
; ; _
The have December thus allowingshort: vacation the S : 'n 'C
publishers expended a large am
asaber ibiss4m% U&1OI'I1Y for one7c&r 1 bvs&uoi this city In 1882 end would state te bis liqild IipodI.g. iJIt7uII.
if aa4JcIMrgse.
in of each session. Students win be required to 2 The valuable advice and imp warning, "
money to .get original drawings ef machinery ; cud
which the sab- .
for friends and the that: bis BarrtMe aspoe4 oteaso.s sa SMS
public generally, during
S V atIsbIs2cr&o1fth: half the tuition for sessionin advance gives will prevent years of misery and suffering,
!. practical use in this and have procured pay a and ', t- late visit London and SeoOandVne has WLdIp.:asia iiise.i
' Thousands acquiredTaiieusIsijinrf
4 F- p Tb-IMadn.. vIgrttaMdW.. either> almost every work on the subject//whether published .the..balance. at the"end of'the"session.' -.' .:.,..>. 'and save annually it will of LtveLParent. .eufi.coiihtetee'iiilli'.l- > Wket ernes Dysps }at.*j 2. Ia-natal
learn how to
'" I icibtha or to the agent through in England, France or Germany;j the most 4 :1. .1 LT'S : ,by reading prevent UwtwkmftoriU scau ser s-eh.-Wk4- -5'.
; essential -of which. in '. the destruction of their children. DY1NGANDFRENCH .CLEANING, _ac.s tsls@hasflbrs..pt1se1kS.i'sai
wO'W $7 1l orderrfor.quantities, parts comprised this S .' : \ {' 'o .,_, A moWanee'ofZJ eentr/enclosed in.fct- a-nt as'fIo.
Dictionary, render it as,perfect and comprehensive I ft> which he trusts'irbl :enable"Umirto: eeeeaasy
7 ..?. maybedi- OrthograpbyRadingand1''bip- -: tsr addressed 0 DR. KINKELLN,N. ,W.Wnerrof. give'geoeral .ersee'Iwha1 bat an
t i ; rwed.botb.; s the M possible: :The publishers'have endeavored )per session, *. *.;*!rf* $8 00ArithmetlcCeography THIRD.'&'BUNION,>.Mret ;.between .. satisfaction.'W..n ho may please .to>.favor'Ida homo*In the dy '5Mt ssedacs. .4 th.
t t. .4 f. came tevaw Ute H af oe.. i to use great economy in)type;so that each page ;English Grammar,rjrt\ \ Spruce fc Pine,PHILADELPHIA.will ensar.a with. their .ge.; J..J1- ; ".. which hrtn 'a non pf disSLesId$sahua
5,5 S M.Pestt..Is4Il.tte* to be-pr fmJL AdS of the work eontalnsa&leastfonrtlmesthenamber 1IthstcT7Cempo6&IonEloentIonY t v..12 00 ;Ladiei silk and vooIeiTh iIDaw..iUJ; Swefllagv.Fsvsr$s.en i1sZLsZ.siitcss
,U a&LU PATTERSON ft CO owordfound in ordinary pages of the same site; I Algebra,.Geometry;'Plain land pheric..t. '_-. book. ,S under' envelope, per retanl.ound" eIean J mtA dyed YarIoaJ G1on"to Ii"J.t ISIIIah1 zseas1 t-.1IahIn..4
; (
.. : '
: h1: ;:,.fl. TJ !lSa* 8t. Philadelpl This has also''secured; to"each plate= working- Trigonometry,Mensuration of Surfaces, i T.YEARB i; .. I saUs ljt''J'_' drawings ample size and clearness,so that t exUnsIverfcnd ,in peOe alder ta-s ia ho4y, to&re is'sauas5Rkeeasatti too.-What;
) f**+r" *fJ. ; ; :: a mechanic Do.of Solids Surveying. Navigation of milnterupfmt practiceupent may be required.,Gentlemen'sgarmensrenovated .
wetfd $ t
I .' may construct accurately. any machine" deicribed.e. "' -Co Section'Dift'eteoiif! and Integral this eity.have rendered Dr.',K.:the:,most 'expert in the same good style'as formerly;so as not to be Itwif ketwM PISIaI Pu &M wsb'I

,."t'', GODETS LMpYBooK FOR 1850. : .n l' ,.?' '' Caloulns, Natural and Moral Philosophy.-..J. and successful practitioner faa and'near, in the r surpassed by..any done at the North*n'dyed as Oaf aW tsdUsslaf 5Ikit, tuu n *1
'SI.. -. The publishers are," in short determined"re. ; Astronomy, Chemistry.Botany Mineralogy -, treatment au diseases,of;a'private 'nature..; ,may be required,&ldiee*. boaqeU?dyed black. eat :Ss of uzv..ss..j at -
*.. (carw &ftiotq- and iXt ether gird!...of cost;to make the work as complete aspossible : ,,GeoIogy.;Rhetoric, iLogie, EJe vments Persons afflieted with ulcers upon the body,.throat) I cleaned and pressed in a superior style .: Ladies' of 4erun
It : ss'4 1kDtiaMOaM1CL t and it is hoped every one t desirous to of Criticism. Natural Theology.4! ,legs* pains.in .the head'or bones,'mercurial and Gentlemen's Kid'Gloves cleaned'after. the"
obtain the work-will procure it as issued in num.. i Evidenees\.IIIrlIWIDliTi& Politicu'I\-\-- rheumatism strictures,'-gravel disease-arising most approved, London fa8Id -, -"v'.- ; n4

,L._ tz4 I8 lb..I'frE6 gays P16 pages;WhIch ben'&Del thus en courage the enterprise.! .' J Economy, -. .- -, .f .-. ,* -16 O- from youthful excesses or imparities of the -blood, ::: kr.'li;.KXKt;hasbeei appelnted.Agenlfoi. -
.i& & Ii11wstIcand 148 Biore than the : The woricwill be issued in semi-monthly" The Ancient Languages,' -: :;. >.W200' whereby constitution has become enfeebled,' the above .'', SOURING, ,iifrTNG,5'Acm-
and wiB. attend te the -
s4dh1l bly, He gave 281 en- bers commencing in January-1850;and will aQ treated with 5' POWlD'- PWiD;:
: pro ; R. W. PARRAMORF2PresIdent..,.}. are success. h.u,, ; ; nc tion,and delivery Jwertsi JacksonviUe
$weatycoleredandlls cress with great regularity. _. & #tu; '.. He who places himself under th, care of Dr.K. the ''' *
} surrounding coaig.'T moderate,
flPPdl ; .136 more than ThcTrhole}workwill, prabHshed in'40 num. ftS5 t 11 :.W-aABRI8ON,S-, may religiously confide fat his honor as3 a gentleman w March21;1S30/*L'l$ 'WBqW -'- "

iaasre other. "- ben, at 25 cents per number and completed within S .-u .IBUNT1NU, 'jj and confidently rely upon his skill.as a physiCtj ... ., t. ._- __ .- _._ fl.s.I Rabid taa Ijti'rdsWt4f3 .
; ISMiian snrpass thai the current year 1850. .A liberal discount will s= ._ : H.B..T11QMAS,' .ai&o.. ... ... .' .. ,.. S would' Si., see
SaiiuCas a sgulnes,past,present, be made U agents.. .btGhr. .111 TthiJ1r-'I'f' ,D.11.. MATS ,- -Persons at a dUtance inay address;rDrV Ki 'NEW] ,'RESTOJ't'- 'TiVE! I .esd'a sstisi.t udyn tbasL Iflag ww ips. .

4-; .. ; Any one remitting the' >'I in adVance February--5"14, 1E5Oi Z5. .i Ok .ltfruaIeu.C. ., '. byletter.Postandb.curedathcos.- ":. .; liD .d.o N
shall receive the_ work, through the post i ; PACKAGEkMEDIClUE**DIREfj ,
_.4 -- S S .
office free of .' ". > '- ---4; & :i, S I t- ,sVraiA&ES : wS 4 .JIif-
eIIeD ;aX' _' TIONS &o.,forwarded by sending m remittance 'Lc ,. .
'mvi s March 14.*" '* : : : ,1 ... ,t 'NJ f. .'h' ...< .
: 01I1-.lft'
-5- -oc P LM
.,.. .. SSt ... .. : 4 frA:1: 5- ,rS M.5 S; S5 :rlcA'l1.secure--d,from- 'from.-. DAMAGE- --. S .OR. CU- nnHE st1BSClumm.11aaJaC cpened1.enBi.1 t ; W.wa-(tatAn test
&trs;- 1 S" : 4 this method o announce,|b t the'jrab -1'1. ? S. 5' '. ;it- STRUT;North side,one door from{he corner ibat .P..wu.ll$ethel.s.d Ot4 .
Drnc11I Ag.ntaPe41arCCg
1' .1 mq tLdtEngravzng& i !.-, .I.O-J j that she wiU keep open heBoarding-* j.Bookseflers-Nn Liberty street a RBTOSATTVKV Bowura ase 41 fl re -

S Oise its 7eT t&rdollire,with any twerlinmplatesi House during the> wlntertfor-thereoeplJon' ol I $55fl5fl3$4<. .1oi with..the".abonwork ..AJuoad BU&IAKD SAtooi 'The Establish niss4r; t 15Dfl51, bD ,,sp .
"DeMbS TO PIITnClAVSf DXlUGGISTBt, :ANDS Boarders and for,tne accommodation .f.strangers at.eq Jenl.1'&IeI.. 1 has kaTt3t.eLeI.stat -
hi : _". ". t1lt 1. ,1' menk been fitted tjptntiwr/newjari*is open As&7. I. i akio
"Wesley Preaeh- -I .COt1J1TBYIHEBCIU.rI4': ; or traveIlerlleD .,, Gra"rull &he. lib.er&1 for the ef :
r yerr reception visitor at the tuna! boors.Vsveragea I 'p. ;as 5-knows ,
.:; TK'KEELER; 'Jt'BRCr.i. patronage hitherto extencied.;to:ber,1ht wU1 t' *** *' ". > -._ p a.oi
e ,? : > t j 1. 'BB B.m1 as'--i this say
& GiEi&ihW : n. TayloranijOlttt _M_,, fuHy seUrit attention te their fresh stock of spare n. el'ortI to ciY'.satWac" J 0'all: Her u OLD ADOBE, Sin: iiOj..jJ. ir It ioaaliwi. what sea; is

-, F ktev..robn .'WMVRev. /| English French;Gnmanand'American Drags,,' house commodions" ,ansT situated ia a pleasant *wa> ;A -* )l f Ma. ,* t" ,. :j (*, &h ""n d l they ate reeetTteff *ufl1'seI.stselalegalithe =
S ."John Fletchen" Medicines, Chemicals-Paints/Otls: "StuffsGlssswart ;- part of the town.- :* ._ T'a. :' z' ,' mf BU'DBBW 1 1 seeby the Republican" tORi' eryyalate) .wM be prepared : Ib.snid.SasSd
< th. iau bs* engravings, weu ; Perfumery/Patent Medicines-; .-;' n-JaeksonrUle.Oct;.II. ,'1849. 4 t. ? ; -- 1'JLTJt Charles.W. Brush.Judge of Probate ef with cat h.;.,TU dehcaeiesc the'seascawiU sad which sue St g..wbSsa-
Having opened a New Store. No. 294 Market si"i' .I';.. S' i'.1 b. '1 alIthmi iiTJ derthmrheAGt asisS
Putnam eountv,has ue4 to 1st the rS zr- *5' S
with: a,fully wpriref! Fresh'Drugs 'aidMedI.' ; 1\ MAGNOLIA nov i; t.ri know that he has =letterXatteraey public executed ? TlI. BlWud Table I BMwhatetoe finMHssrer asoklag -- 'tI

m cines;we bat respectfully stock,.;before solicit. country dealers to examlne' '-J. ...rit,1lsr.'iuiit by him t.joe,'relatingj to,some lands in Hn Wtmpof eipfei 'foV tW H and entree a pmeeief -

fott4t ndautrscopyof ; purchasingelsewhere.. I II ttsla. r T1NE.hl the Arredondo Grant;:in,which we have a;Joint Is of thebisitiM.XstraCtZOUW1th alt Ud even aut1
'and an 3 } W-A : __
1. .i promising lone who may feel-disposed to i. .it.I r r.-.I. .. ft thattte __-
interest. the .
ainc Indisrrabber _
bayt.11 .
extend to their to 3 well known < euzhlons. s5' .1; > 9 > : ,L --
as patronage sell them establishment flu -
Nl I genuine' oi left home la<4ngnst.i nor;have 1 acted under it ''' ttnc'"VsU ulgi.d Iw S ? ;
i iI L1aU'n x t.i; Blie J'
Medici I
and liberal
:: '
:Drags en--as terms as any' _" *thorcghtepsIrs,ani and certainly did not come to California to'011the fl'ju wTi j r.< rJTVv3 luALnol; :ub
\ I other house"la.thedtyand; M faithfuDyexecvte I II !OI ... fotbep o of com- pine-lands,and t> i the Arrdondo also jarfQon the worimaa, I'l should kacas wail 5' repsti.atsnse
I all orders entrusted to 11M promptly and with deTDfttoil ': 1 iwamps id noer m Q A kbA ria1Dm* .J A-.*_*_'_ eTtbtaee. sea.suvw
._ r' I that this it
Grant. had hoped at distance
> *S-* '"? tt'4t- 4Ii"t"--'i **_ "'*'I. ,J &t f&1 f t.._.w.o.a ...c"t.M."UJ.._fr't noult > 1 should hu .' ," -" .".- .atoe a* ex .
:'"beIl"-,i f "V f ? bU neither hat of that Grant or/certain its di tinT I Igukh4&prOprI.tOIs =r Ufbn itiff" ''tt.ab aise-walca stNmessbth.se
JOneof thewoprietoricianv' Pilysi:j. soqnired,1IInthsIntent&on of the prs.entpr. But ',. .iDTt i& 'n ,
1 ,,ae.Mr vBrash,has, -, *S ittt5'-
: affords"am pie. sfuarant ,c.1h. g5nulniquality prietortq!astalnl ; J Qt t thought proper tpTni1D4flhotthd, valuable I m' that,I shaa'effort DO fltle toenesteatets _

a f of all articles sold at their estabJlthment; Zv.ry sooomrnod&tic.i e4snaea'touestL interest,he wBlbe so'good as not to Mil *,*contribute,. .. to thelrr.ereatlou.1" ) sOLD > -% :
I >- .- _We.respectfully Invite Drnoistst and country ; Invalids travellers;and t.hm, will find 'Uitl* which j we are:jointly interested.any por, t..l--'S 5"-5' "- --- ..f.rr<,.'.. GE9RGESK1V.r.; = = se
> > eel.r eIeb wd<;FamUyiMitswndard with 4rp4qsa j75-f.es ZongjwItlourtyarJ my 1'r: : DI..M
reUberoff "Dri' : __ :
suffer in his bands- the _
might; ; public,will be,oi !d 5- < rosfltDib.iaeeas '
th trout
a pwlar,remedies J ft forward thejraddress. ,&u4.m'-owd rt a .; thelt and protect from sacrifice, fau. -5' -
CIru1tC.my-jj. in-
> .& rooms are efigihly.'titaatedft $ geis&'lJiyi!the : { "iiii.111M ; ;...a7.S1Eex S

/TgoMttfljthepitnmage of 1)o1ersws respect'jtaiVT b4ldlnt flztins bc ,bJCDe"ihe Horns,built '55.' 27tLGKEGORY$.- .._'. .. .". ...,;1t.'r.,YALr4., .. ... ,..f! Qre-a' or'- nOd #r 4 JtwUhistheNseb
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: \ <3C rt rid ;:\rlJ 'f1f" '4Brou$ t.'I i.; R' y.,. i S
: JJ 2O4MGYM-r With I Jl I !AI # il '
; : Uie'j"many : f '
; ,_,"g;" ; ,18 ooa 14..a, t\ ,. ,), J. : .. if & .-- ,". T
p ? tL5'l 170-1 Y'i.l*} ,ft.PAila4Il 'a.-.Ji MWMriAM ris'Msurrt..thow, pagW'w 30kttr.irtfi. i I 1i iU,' oIIuomulA .. i1.. ...ft'.l
4. : S tt i'tb.t)1o. : r\i011t- .sa 1Ia I ..:_nd that -belosthWin;. :{ aJa.Gfo&ttw.r; ; "-- f.RJ !a P-?
:-- sv ,:4--" .,.:.NeU Jf.ft .J.J.i .tWM j ,: '' '-tt, ;.ti'_I .1 Brannen, of Shan .Po1nt-Joniji.l>;H..Ia' p.UIn&f'7 sfJ't t4. S
S ::4iila *!? '( : agt about 7eaTtand Ir.aboai tii G
MONTHS after 4 U west lUptesat our f" *.mitt i-1; '" It ",. :. I 5'feei
S S N f 'I Qt 1ioaorsbithi t 1 8T,4ivaan.Ocd8* e >\' ;'' ftichas jhib hadD4aa old waitwool halt hU 4'
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