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 15, 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
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oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00050
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2 B iG: L1'1; N CjL'AIM :' makes)Tarioos; ,If estimates.tbe cost of this onlymo rneiitio bisthethgiy; ; af'Attbrney, ;" :;: .B1.1C. ; cTi'wJj f1j. of.the error Distritt and appeal Court than of Louisiana lie' from\decisions. ei: an itftbt'ui ti. S

.. [ 4 t\\ printing charged fairly..6e stfftinder: Geti.eral.\"iJl\b'eithat' \ atfew' O&Sb1SspeecheibeujrenieVourwerecornpelled S ,atereiaiCourtoftbeTJni4r0
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, -r-Ifl& Streeper's contract,! ihtrtieih Congress > _;.ti t.-Coujtrjurisdictionv.to. thft." Sttpreme ;

.4 .1i".-1 .,1a"V'.{.' ;",6\i Hmz'. ot- R,t .D" .t 1nvES.. ; the total cost for this -printing' would to adopt a, Uvo-liburrulc, Now compare .. ..."} hI I'J."JO"If.Flnt_ C'OD.t. ....UI':; 4'_.- ." ;. from the'earns tattws -. fio Vt.ilt 5'Jth'rfrs : :
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t. ...& i y 11Jlwe 1e.I.: afl this ,,S Hear)1 ro'Borland tThe Snpieme Court, ,in theiase 'Flemingcs.Page NACT''fi or- roe ..':?.fr"h. eon"IU1eU ,-.S -the 3n4n4 te: ti! furtherendtr5hii" 1 m ir/pge11: : !
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1 in 1M0; the jodgment tof:|.tte. ontry has committee do 'uotiJsnppdse 'taat |t; !involving! the right to Jefy: dnties-on -" 1rD4for.'fiher.Be ; "' 'r the >Vestera"Dutrict shalliforai: apart:/of.j I IO -

S eiuI3J8e& on these trji psacl pns.That could be deemed-reasonable to exact it higher ,, fc pdsimported into certain ports inMexicboringth ..it.tnatIIil. !'&'i"Smote and ffow of. e.; f.tbt-p Jof Louisianaand"be ;, S

ttMyUI aot answer. j'Irha.lor: some fate of compensation thali. the' t e-. (war:, ''ThlSQ5 bad been/decided Jl"., pientat1nile1, State* ofAmer.tcat be held hefohiciatt Is to'i l tviiiD ';IIftI :' .::, ,:

weeti pwt i&k1n'g'Jnqu' isto tiv.e tablished' by the joint resolnliori ,,of.'1819;; in the Court below'against the United States. R., Congrt* tdI1at. .",hiIl.aI of.Cald well Shreveport,batl,b :HDDB;and tof'thktI ti*Parishes the'riab for j:1 _fed t'that'thel _: ::d-'v' ; ;

S iic .hoder8! nnderRlr.r.. !k:. I-sup. for the,printers are willing now,. and;"bare By/ .MrJohnson's; effafrts' tbe, cas':waa ,of----'t''U. -yi'w.n.mmuu :w, coaTey-' which! courtJs to be held i.b&t .U W. i" .'
'lit'_.tl>eoffiee-colder: : *. i in this city S ever proposed :relinquish' Ui'eirv present brought to beSupyeneoirta.nd5afterhis( ance w tessejof pan of any Vessel tif that ths act shall at 1ionroeand; ovi1 ch j'Ua 'v' h S > '
leaveiheiri S masi1yarumenteven the who bad the United,Stat s shall.be valid against !! .,, ,IjIefeet from. and after i iilltiW'If
were encouraged [ fficesv and contracts, and undertake execute all. the judge, any WTJiaa ; \" s" .. '
make speeches against NOeneMi: 'TayJor- public printing rates less than ..thoseof been of adlffetent;6pmiori't'was conyinfied, person other' than.fte grantor. or:4nortgagor, : -Approved,3ulf tt18SO.>; .. : hfJ ::p' j- : Scbutwitht .
when"r.Rdar re eolleclef'out:' ; ( I'the clerks 1819, reduced to the' Xtent.'oJ Ivrenty percent the judgment was'ire versed, and.: the United his heirs anddevises, and persons livisg ," ,- : .. TII : 5

4>y yor public officers\ ]bea.;: jme of themvereen5I ,* States saved nearly sevea millions of dollars actnal.notice Itherf6f.;: ss-nch.bill: or'I' t.4.tt1T J J ,. S l a.JobA';.f tes4, Be aaiahad 5y
that by.thie decision, Fortius.services.. ,he 'te"crived'Ticrccrnpensation sale 'mortgage ati n "::itdnrey. 5 555 S;t; :r f 9- lC.ica < .' .
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psrty Pays Now hear''the following, ye; tinnders : be recordedjnihe AN.ACT 14 asaend aa act entitled.An Franklin ot Pa Roger t.i I
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Bone pi Gdreroment, irftmey ras probally of Kjalphint1payi "especial attention''tothis and would receive office) the',eollec-: 'tegul&ts the eolketioa of htleI ra li rt7Bd 1-'I' e ,.
vsej for.the election,b y tire r'FJIars.of: S one; though 8ome"01' his prexlecepsow for tor ofcustomsVhw'BricliVessefw register i toaa :smtqireitiSlncii Maiidf ncaaM RobtttK.LinflgsfeaoJelfcrsoa / I, :.

the Democratic put,." I 'par c:, udged 'cor- : servicesof a lik character bad -.been'compensated ed or enrolled: :frondedtThat, the lien by: ,p haa .&lld Ja.ty..Ia.. of Va4 w*rtteetodrafta r-'t'- <

're7-4n& I invite the !pa1, sitention of "Yet the committee' have' ascertained by ;fn: the case<.of the Louisiana bottotary any Valle), created Marine her t.i,Bi t- 'L'-f i .'" of -'De'pt ; H' .

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against the-.Galphiaxiaiie o hear. my.w'tbd"1'Jiit rates of 1819, would not >mouhl tto5 more millions of dollars. n; necessary repair: enable nteh:vessel to iatfcCongren JwniW diTbatBO; much of f ,i.t: :
1aeta.' /' *.n, i than two thousand eight hundred and sixty- And now;sir;this is the gentleman 61un- prosecuteaypyage; aWl not bsihs. priori II thejwaters of JfarraganseU bey'aad the on tie notioa was 'IO ,. -

1 o& four dollars and fifty cents, ($2,86450.") '. !ty or be in'any way a&cted the JuI1: l : oiiptiaea1 to. .-
various pubjljb < :s, such'as sullied private character-of spotlesS integ- bjr_ .Pro.,18-1 shores.bay a, .harbors creeks,, and inlets : S
Indtaa agents, collectors of cttijto is, eontracrtora Yet sir, twelve thousand five hundred dollars rity-upon whom as bis colleague the IOnst S --thJS- S 5 i in'the Stale of Rhode nd and'Pjrovidence. .mored the1bJs _iuatoi.;

: ,' ayagents, marshaia, pension agents, were paid for this pamphlet.. Mr. Ritchie Senate remarked .before:.he-, was :Attorney SEe... .ntf.lei&jtrther?tic ,Thai I Plantations; 'BS',are'whhin" the"countyof peculiar' =|i." j,, .. S

&e,holding office under <:i4 last Administration I am informed, waS the surety of '\. General!, the mantle of Wirt had fallen-thiscolleagueV the collectorsof,; tie:tustoms:shall;.record I Kent inclndmj the port of East Greenwich, M .. y fo"

hare.retained in thejn hand! or raisapfT Belt for the performance of this contract; he t ,'one:'oftbefirst, men in. 'our- all.such bill of,sale, nx>rtgagesj5bypotbeca-I and tint part oVawickJyisnponGeeen< ptnoitoi some otherreuj Mn3.f e,..Ii.fU .:
-totJse no harsher J Jsaoaey .the public was the arbitrator, who settled the price for countrythis"-is" the-distinguished :law lion or conveyances, and also\all certificates I, wicb bayji* hereby taken,froai joe collec. !desired 'to lIra flJ4 Jf .. S 5:

;entrusted to the: 'custody to au' Belt and, as I learn from' a member:of"this whose conduct and opinions certain persons i for discharging and can lmig-'any | tion district of Newport, in said State, and was!drivrtT;and?reported '_ -

:amount of nearly oxc stWOH OF DOLLAES! House,. .;Ritchie,is. also the assignee are disposed to stake, themselves ,ridiculous such conveyances,in book: or books to be attached to'and made'part. 6fthe, 'collection In Let ;;t1inr :to'and''nT. .. J .. S S.'
Belt and holds] the contract for.his own advantage kept for that the district of .' ; -
pui-poseis Providenee.4ppmvedJaly.2D
'I bare a table before m Dd come of the''G by censuring., order of their rerecepQohT "' .
I:will give; many Pl i the names I donot Now, sir, is this Galphanizin,or : Mr. Johnson and Mr. 'SIeredjtb- S having' : 5 ; noting In sad book or book, and 1850. Jfr. JeSenoa'f: ,.;.+ :'.

wish to bring pub Wi notice, because what is it called! Mr.:'Ritchie, too is treating passed, through life with'unstained reputations also on ntofsalelnbrtgage, hypothecation -' (l i 'Ibeiftnti : ;: :

*U of them have oot beers Mentioned in the the Government, as some of the early (of which their country will be proud,) ,'or conveyance,the lime when the same ., PtrBilc._ No 6.1 known not only' by:what) tjr4ite _'l -

liewepapersof the day. ;,l settlers of our. country were said to have will smile_at J sthe)impotent:,malice that attempts .was.received, and shall certify on the?bill. of RESOLUTION for mtoringtlw settle 1JOL.'IT by Vhat they reject also; tw11it at
.Here Air. STAKIT of Den- treated tbe Indians. They claimed the rightto '. to wound them sale,mortgage, hypothecation,or .
71 readme names S .kno\ving'that IJIgood conveyanceor taent of the "three months extra pj" data both tht which .1
'f 'bj.Beawr; and tl me'others take land from the Indians for they,, argued men will not "mistake the venom. of ce certificate discharge cancellation,the S .to thaaceoaaUng officers!(the trewnry 55 wa adond:ftjT ; :rs- ...th'. ): .

[;* ; 1. The earth is the Lord's, 'and the the shaft for the vigor of tbe bow.". number of the bOOk}and page where recorded ,Resolved by VteSenale, and,};..f)1 IeprcseatalzvespfMe %vasyejetted.n; (( ) Wtn 4

Itr i fullness thereof; 2., The Lord hath given ,There is no patriotic gentleman] of.any ; and shall receive, for so recording such United Staid of.America r After'tbe ;preamble,'the]]fir -pf g :_ .
; the earth to his saints;.and 3.. ,We are the instrument of onv nci 'or;Certificate' I I"u
Amavntclaimed. I party whose, heart.will .not cordially- Congress ossew WwEt'That; from s and"af tec :termed a :ll.eentbthjL.rhisxc .
X1XCS.Xatk. la wlimt"# saint&S the sentiment 'Cicero dBcharge'fifty cents., ., the passage of this 'the' '
r 1itY. J I S prove : who, in DQC act; unsettled .claims created -
S The Democrats have had the" spoils.. :$ of hIS orations when speaking of the duty SEC 3. And be farther enacted That of !tt.be officers .aon-comm 8 d officers men are equal' ?'Jefl1t1..

S ... : long, they' claim 'the. 'fight to" have them, of good men to defend the fame of the illustrious the collectors of the c customs' shall" keep 'an musicians, and. privates, for three J:months' p t :' 11 -

Indian Agent?} $10.19169. and think Whigs ought:not even to pay dead, said he thought-.himsetf"bouDd index of,such,records,':'instiling"alphabetically extra pay f or,servkea in the war with Mex !dently false m'every asp ': ,_W& .

..' Denbj I Agent France.at Marseilles-. 155. 0348 debts, although Congress directs .jt. .Why to fight for. their fame, ,glory,.and.memory, the names.of' the vendor,or mortgagor i ico, as provided for by the fifth section of I can:contemplate'.an actcharacteristics ;< t _. 1 flir'l

S Lieutenant U \\S. A. 2,923 61 cannot Mr. Ritchie pour out some'of his denunciation with as much zeal as for the altars' and temples ; and 'of the vendee'or mortgagee, the act approved nineteenth,: eTghteea of createhis4nst. -

S : : CoflectorofC4tom.3, S against Denby of my country;'and'if it were necessary and shallpermit 'said inder,and ;hooks hundred and ,forty-eight-chapter>one I hun .: .,. ; '

& .AI1Ut $. 1,032 41 Mr. HAYMOND. He is one of the "elite"of to .1ak. arms in defence of.their I j of records to be inspecteddurinciffice hours, dred and four, which* by'a joint,resolotioa pe 180"118'j. '.
J praise :
H'll Beard Contractor,tit.j 15QJX3 I 23 the Richmond Democracy.Mr. should take them, i under such.reasonable! -regulations'as they 'Congress, approved July .twenty-ninth, !and we may'safely'Jeffersoa : t. Ja lJk-:
1. QI.Waa 'S r.andlnBpiCin-|" Strenuously as they :
}I cutnaU. IiReeeirer SlZ934 STANLY.. Yes, sir,, as my friend themselves did for the defence;of our com may establish,and shall,when required, furnifih eighteen hundred and:: f ny--igh, it' was : lirei m oard yid ..1'': S ,

S l.iih J'S, of :.Fablic :' *from Virginia says because he is one of therelite"7one i I mon safety." Surely then ;it)is Bright to ; .to,any person a certificate setting:iortli made the duty of the'pay dqjartment 'of the I niale;manrrer and e1F f1beWi J' ,
,-,, t 4,3U 54 of the aristocratic Democracy the names of the,owners of vessel to settle under :
; i, guard the reputation of eminent any registered army eucb regulations as the ; !
S .. B.Scott' SaY17gent.: f ,117,897 i 37 of Virginia. Besides the large'sums unjustly though.still living.. public men, 'or.enrolled, the} para,or.proportions Paymaster General,', with.lbe: Apprural .of !ation 'of, certain ,; r S
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Agent ( 4,513 SI withheld by these public officers-by owned by tach, (if ins rt in the the of rwou1J'han.1.eeo Ja1'O -k _
John Beach Indian Agent ft r the i I regretted very much Mr. Speaker to ct register or Secretary .War,,ahaestahlishbe, 'T 'r.
$ S &e and FoxXjWa.NaTT 173,831 C9 the Denbys, the Wetmores and the Patrick hear,the gentlemen from Ohio, (Mr Carter,) enrolment)and also,tbenatertal facts of any .and the same are hereby directed to be settled -I But at-the time, it waainia, .t l. .
':1. ; '. 'Agent. i H[f ', 6, 31 CS Collinses, of the wt.Administration' there depart from that propriety which ought to existing bill of sale mortgage, hypothecation, bjr the7 Second Auditor, and'certified by purpose.- It/was:. '';enounrMoa : '*f' '
.. Stab-Indian Ajrot.; 8,57657 are others still. or other incumbrance. the. Second: ;; S
.'A.55 '* mark our-language here and in upon each vessel,.re- Comptroller ;of the reasvry. I J' .
PlU'ler U. s. J" 1TJ" 3, 26.31 I bold in bAnd> list "Balances .foe indulge corded 'since the which 'to baor-tbis' ;.-rK .
a issuing the last :.all
my harsh Tbat and rolls
-3! .c ,Lat.Mrb4 $ j ,1,318: .j epithets towards the members'of the 'register ) ,muster// pay, ,; and">ail 't.'t
"-. J 3rA eut.y I 4,011,41. from collectors ,and, surveyors of customs, Cabinet., ,The gentleman' I am satisfied, or enrolment, vizrthe date'amount of' such other papers .relating to. said claims. on specifying the aggressbaj Ge.,::
S S iPeruionAgeutloVlndian 5,101 80 who were appointed between the 4th of spoke under excitement,"and in his calm mcumbrance'and m"w to whom, or in file In the Paymaster"' ra1' "oce, be i but which is not found taj[ nirz4iLDeda. '
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1 B A6bnt.| [18,142 23 March, 1845, and 4th of March 1849, and moments will regret the violence! of his language whose Ia"or made;the:collectors shall, re transferred the- Second; Auditor's';oflkej .ration f 1 S :

.S Contractor& 1,321 43 are note out'of officer and that balance :is because it was'unbecoming him;and ceive for each such certificate one dollar.) arid that,the settlements -madeby.the Pay as. adopted:by. ., .1tr.. '' _

INav7AgenLJll!11 S 5,894 59 one hundred and thirty-nine thousand three: toward SEC.: 4. And be it furtlzer'mtJded That ;; Deparunent, under the Joint .eaolu ion has waged cruettfttfitsdf tI
I .j 7" S |Centzaetor,&.' 345 62 unjust those whom be denou .- !; approved ;
Gi1 Kaner1jlAastaat ifcaartermaster. -! bundreJ and seventy-eight dollars and :sixteen But when 1 saw smiles .of 'approbation the collectors of the'customs shall furnish! | tweQtyDint1.day of:July! ,; igb- violating ib.lif.: : : _

;"-'.JU' I f'l '. 25,39725 cents, ($139,378 16.) And these, sir, the countenances of a lew" on the other side certified copies of'such 'records cnlhe're :teen hundred and forty-eight considered and liberty m tht persons )J4d4t pqu S'

m {Contractor Pw erU. ,Si&&" ,8,67816:00 are some of those poor calumniated victimsof while the gentleman from Ohio ''was speaking ; -, ceiptof fifty.ceats for each bill sale, mort. i,as valid as if they bad heeD'm by the"accounting who; never offesddhk4itsg'Mere at -

4k 1r INIIAgenti v7.. 5,76783 proscription, "removed from.office by General I was forcibly reminded of a'scene gage or other conveyance. i officers pf the treasury.
them into &n
PUW4moreN&vyAgeiq: 153O79 Taylor! V..LS SAnd ; -- drawn pyr Catnn:dwija, Ds7-tt rt4wucnig The SEC.owneror 5., And be it V1 further. enacted. That [r- .Approved. ,July.29,:J 850.; tarrying : rj -
Narj Agent., 8.S16 93 still more: Here Is a list'of "balances the Indiaa tribes. It,'was,J think, among *ge i &D8OwUCroi"auyYesSel ,-. 5 S : ,for- Oi! S
of the United States'applyingtoa'coflector 1nJR : '.;", --
Xarf and Nujrr due by receivers of public moneys from the Sipox .Indians a custom when COMMU1QAT1ON8.My5tru .
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theywere5 .
L1, I aioa A't:1 8,13737 sales of who of,the customs for a register or'enrolment :IM
lands were appointed duringtwenty flare, opprobrium! ofvarfzreitft 14
Purser{. S. b" 13-t 73 prepa ng for war, to kill a dog, place! of. l It-
Pin-I a vessel, shall, in, addition to ,thebath '
.f' r. the four years ending the 4th, .March 1849. his liver on'a stake' four ttii j ChristiaBritain. c- p
NaTT Peasio 1,11950 or five feet hIgh. law setforth in theoath [ ; however for the success of the : t..D
.fl- : Nary Agent jl, 1,51131 and were out of office ciii the 1l't July;1850." and the barbarous and beastly warriors then of now'prescribed-by the !:Democratic party bnljr,-bat for thepermanenee d5iMias1dit&erI ;

-i-'W : '(Agentforpajiny.P This baance! JS thousand 'loorbandrd formed a ring and,while they danced around ownership part or, proportionof [I f the Federal U.iOD. is based upon the truth and
::,. .- I aionerj. j%. It. I 6.8G222I and forty-two dollars sixty 'one each would bile such vessel l "belonging' beach' owner; I force of those principles, which the immortal Jefferson men.should I4UgkI. i'.t1 &i&as
man. a piece'from tbe-liver. and the same shall be inserted in the made the ground-work that party; and
!i cents 25,442 61.) How cruel that such regis- znostitutiJ. AiJ'i.qptiwjOlf
S t 325 15 I thought those .who enjoyed so violent a the lamented Calhowu" 4tS
i by .
: terd,enrolmeat;;and that all bills of sale !hickweroiilus&rate4!
men should be removed from office! *altem..tt JA
of that legislative proA t'
speech were men tastes congenial ., j>f
f ML. Wetmore,navy a41 has paid, since There are some instances of abuse to of those uncivilized barbarians of .v s'fels'register or enrolled shalL/set S SASDr HIIX,July:29,1850. execrable i. ." -
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be was ned$92,000. > t 4 1 which wish now to refer. The last .Administration S Mr. Speaker, 1 will concluJe. I repeat S I fonh the part of' the'vessel' owned by each ,Mr..EdiloJI see. that the' papers have chi ., ; t,

Yes sic nearly one million of dollars istbe'amonntofdefalcatlotls lad its favorites, besides_ the do notju.tJf1.lbe conduct the Secretary of persons selling, and the''part conveyed. to started discussion as.to the. and display .of. j '," :- ,.. .
(jeci t ed in this defaulters, and they 'were well taken care War in each person purchasing.1. S a past pres [deed!. :Nothing2aamted '. tn i4f .
acting he
list. ; fPatrick as a claim-agent .SEC. 6.,And U it.further enacted. ..Thatthe character of the politics- of ,Maj-John: :
ji of. Take the case of Mr. A.-.1. Donelson. was ;.a .member of the Cabinet.. It was in : [his 'Ufig ft? ;in the c4ni4I 1)4atut .
Collins of Cin4ati| |, -Ga1phini. In 1846, in April,'he was.Minister to Berlin. bad taste to the least It is a bad twelfth' clause o'r section of the:act entitled Beard.. ,In the present ;political age this of which was"Toijdriowmajority | h .
say example Virginia; ;: : -
". 40 in the isirict An>ct in addition :several act th :
S zea S181,390 represented He had an outfit of $9.000 and his salary. and, apart from other '''considerations a could'surely. have arisen but .from, a-total 1' .
S ,by the gentleman (Mr. PJSNET) whose lucid In 1848 he was sent by Mr,''Polk Minister r sense of public duty forbiJs nie to I regulating the shipment and discharge sea of ''the. Tb&.iinierbs of his coropeeur-r II .-_ '. .

S argumeatson interest wilt confound the Supreme to Germany, or' the German Confederation his conduct. .If this act Ts justified approve, auditors men and,.the duties.' .of .consuls,*'- approvedJulytwentietb ignorance. : subject. ezpresvId of-tbe| inoa4eb.tion :

''.: Court. He only gavfe a !bopd for ten For this be received another outfit and sala comptrollers and other officers will act, ? eighteen h11.ndreJan4. forty past for such scholastic disquisitions which in:1774, he hereatten; t" S

thousand dollars but as lie was *"a pillar of : ry. He was well paid for travelling a few. aa claim-agents-and the most, enormous be so" mended as ,that all l. .complaints inwridngf I could have been entertainingrpnly: a tune the Declaration- of ladepell.. .rr e of i aaenca.. S

S ;PeaocTacy7* the gentlemn Is mute an to this hundred miles and bad nothing to do whenhe abuses be practised; and in 'saying .this, I ; to the constr1soriiimercial' agents when men disputed long'::and.bud on such .
defalcation. as therein provided that vessel is 'nnsea- to become .thel vehicle.inents ; i ,
::5 ,
Why hasjt utdenunciationbeea there for the
; got ; German Confederation feel, as think Mr. Crawford f el V when he : subjects as the true essence, of .,angela and .
: aapprecaed The tlatii is modem worthy, shall be signed bytherstorthi !, An execrable
< ; tt\at soon ceased to exist. Mr. Donelson was recalled was anxious that Mr. Walker should in ,4i. ?bbH S ;
_ Dtmocracy seems to thiijk tTi| itl "pillars'' and the Administration denouncedfor I this claim, before Mr. C. the act Cab.I second and third pfficers, and a :majority of the gender of celestial spirits,at last compromising tbea outiofLthepd4etati4ird.b3tra : '

""S "have. a right to take out[af the public crib recalling him. What public service,Mr. inet. ca.mento the crew, 'before the consul 'or.commercial. ,in doubt and submitting to the.decision j i ''
life be ota :
. what '.. r. shall be authorized to 'notice such ; earnmny, ; t : p1
S they i I f rendered to be known agent all who
,ever is, yet I desire the truth should be known by the of an hermaphrodite Among
riJMr. DISNEY tose.lo i 'n in.reference complaint proceed to appoint inspectorsas : more purposes thaa one,i 1.1 .1+ .
fj' Here him :
Is statement of ,
: ] a theamountspaid : that it seethefe are"as the without,
1 to the case of Collins. 'TI b ; ca.tio al."I country may manyDeDocrats therein provided ti. %i. .. v tSec. t- know. .Major.. _. __.it. agreed- ,_ "_ ,. -,>iceptionthit exij" -. on. of-" *atle i beaurgr-eadv t .
:1 leged against Collins wajt 06 account of fees Amount oftalaria received by A. J. D- as. Whigs responsible: for the payment 7;And be it further 'enacted. That b.J a man of vast'Bhrewdness 1h r '; S

i aad Bncollerted bonds'tfchiMi were all extplained son,from April 10,. 1.846 to November ,1, : of the Galpbm claim; that; some'pftbose' any person. ,'n being an owner, ,who shall .and 'circumspection.; '"He never-motet r a .' ,. I "'tft"jV. '_ .JE,

"I : and.were.bandog &er bj Collins to 1849.. now trying tousejbi payment of' this : on the high'sea*: wilfully, with intent'to and woFundevisedIy.Iiej"actiyelnitcantions ; .Il&telWus ii his m a"'JI t.' 5 :
Jus Berlin claim for party;;purposeS have justified en rmouabusea burn fire other fuss;? otters no --clauseVTCprobating* : '.> ,
saeeessoc, by .wbonv hej are'still! held. 1SJ8.Apri110. Ontfit tor $9,000 or destroy,set to any ship or _
'i,;> ; :, STANLY.. In oljjey-wordsAir. Colliassetcp 1848 September ITo amount of salary ou tbepart of the pillars of' the vessel or 'otherwiseLattempti.the.! : destruction : stirring but provident inhabitants'..of, Africa," 4,4trise ''.:.ou..Dt .. '..'' ;

I; .an,pfiset; an4 dbes nell every deaaUet as .Minister to;Berlin, .from April. ,10, Democratic party; that.some of, them .have ',of such ;ship, or other vessel, being and bis'tread on 1f1&'q ickSai' 'politics, ; tgbf&a.Hf -- -
'116 at #.rwannnnj 21,000 been of moneIoc compleinCetOS0U1h aa1-Gor .
; with more or Ifes&: succ ss, do the IBiS, September I..Expenditures'mad..: guilty taking public unjust the .property any citizen or citizens .light and'sensitive in its pressurey,leaves no .. : ;raUenderundefthic44'&CMe ; mtrated'their
claims. When, S
the truth known folIor
.;. S: .aa There is anothel 4 temtnt of this a4 Minister to Frankfort, prior to the can of the United Slates, 'or"prO uhf.the; trace-on whicb we can "more than insinuate"comprehension d e :
'case of the Prussian the small'orators. 'of party may cry "Galphiniw l. with 'aforesaid 'NoriherD'1Jred: 'r 'feIi:
: ,ho.'eyerhida dc&sjaoi exactly tally :separation and German same to be ;done, ;intent ? :' ;iwUblbat of the gentlemjuijlrom! Ohio. They :nua ion, ,-- .. ..- 2, 50 untilGalpliiu! the hills alphiD1t! and being ,:thereof: lawfully ,convicted, of view j and of catholk sympathies :
SS -: 1819, November 1; Outfit to Frankfort, 9,000 the woods,'fGalphin!! the rocks r S und.- bland smile"asts its witching
: .bis
{all, 'when thiey have. misipjil5ed the public shall suffer imprisonment to bard labor, for J : I ,
1349 November 1. Infit
t ,
memoirs bave
2,250 them "seem to W,5
FI&Dkforif. teach ;
They and to < .
;r laoaey, make but new wuats.;. But why J8.19..NoY'emberl.; Salary from lit Sep- may buy starlings, a.tern! .not, exceedingten: years :cpr.less beam <,on' *11.. ,Both :parties have claimed "l S '
il' has not the gentleman iron Ohio called i .tember date, S. 10,500 cry Galphm,nothing but Galphin!;( It will than three'years, according to,the aggravation -. him andeach" 'tura has disavowed.'him. 1'-I"f'. rom- taemory "paftrS; :
m '
: be lesson the' birds 'will soon learn, for thestarling'orators' _. JDd' 5
&nrtf b-
iadignanon on Cqi21I Why baa he of the offence'- but from whatever ur4)i 'may. :
; 5: .a ot investigated this.'ll- >>\ ? Total =- .- .: M,5OO have learnt it in a few'w eks. S &c8.:4dkfTt1urenaae4" That :at one,time'it is saidv he stood,
But when,the honest people this"country this shall In force from'an dafter:the the blushing gTandenr of. bis own singularity nJ .
i 1fr..DLSNEY.1I"U uaderstood to say he And now let as see bow'well:: Mr. 'Attorney -, act be :
know ; -' ; partially wriWeQlUimiebe
S bad been endeavoring nave ;the Collins GeneraljCIinord was taken care of. He th ,wh truth, -when _they see that first day of October next ensuing; J ,'presenting iib_similitude to any'Irving they were. '
-; *"---- *' the Dcrnocraiilars. have plundered : li D'C ,'J'heA ,
,, unt settled. I" .v, J was sent to Mexico,. to aid,,in exchangingthe and narebuked Approved S ,'July" 291850. thing:bq land 'in 'Bea--that .rant trctir infora t .j I .
the.Treasury, passed along rrJ
,,Kr "STANLY'eongrit 1he gentle- ratification of the For this he HOWELLCpBB, ; stricken out jatUna o q So mC. >
treaty. S futile then
; mani How '
I 'tsaaoa his labor of IOY i' IDS by their party friends; when they bear the S Speaker of the House of'SepretenM tvesl; a-Tyler ; ;' :! :
Fromj argn- received .n'outfit of $9,000 and \ and Georgia ** ; ,
a ;: ;
in the :facts I have mentioned just now,'_ they "will' 5- 'wiIJUAMfcKINGj'- these' peUets of the 1I -aimed at the .1.1- .: .
eat Lie iras paper
Galphia ca e no doubt After his btunde g'wi1h 'what be called a : hare added several otbev 1' .. '
: taR admirable defender, ii frUtid.:!of' Collins. protocol'wt.ich tell each i noisy :drummer 'of,party. "Thou .President of the Senate protempore" harlequin;caprices'of thefancy or the tim'es! '' *, '.
was, no protocol, and'by .
'l o : beam of thine when i.rf'W bb .
hypocrite, 1irst.caat.ithe out truth S5'
1 rwaiiam Scott,nary eSt in tnis city; one his conduct threatening at one time the most ; 'MILLARD" "". .,FILLMOJIE- -. _..: S The'politics of-so'me,men preseht'the phenomenon ; ,.
!(pf'A* most active office-hoSdersib own eye; "and ,then shalt. thou,see,clearly,to I S : ; nit have < ., ',
collecting : feet growathe"lap8e .
seriousdangers the he"'was're _
:. to country, l.cast the mote out of brother's of the 'i'eT 1vi displays of the "
thy .i 5'
isqqet pnblic oflicers fcer in'1843,'hevwestbemoderateisaiB.cf 'as : q t. : fcme d' 4'S.
turned Minister to Mexico; And thus J of ,
'" : 1817,897 .37 < .o.: l lass of Cape Cod-"'ow'yw.-.inr" .df| .and .t r' '',
with this '.
How-wnth of this account 'pillar of the AN ACT to amend an set entitled 'An art fat j "In eober and men. ., M/weUasMr. .;_! .. ._ .t J..
mocr lS Ient against Democratic party* .. .. I TXivuThe) Convoy Pntoitat released.- the better organisation of.the Dittrlet Court of now you earnest' plainI .c .t"W '
I .flK
-S tJi rf4R olGes. TU, -Whig caa.Now,5ac The, following are,.the .payments which The U.tf ship:Albany, under the'command 5 5 the United ilates, within the State:;of:Louisiana tiih- ,:we think!ItberMajor; :eM bjritWcbgdvith sense and ':: S NS

,. ) J' were.madetoMr.2atbanCjjrd late I of Commander V.M. Randolph,arrived and ,*'approTed the 3d of-March- ..-eighteen., hnndredandfortyniJW. ,- :belonging to" : pecuHar fitnessaridbrate4Congre t oele07 ;
no particular'party
thsi-iJ.k fr 'reJj ,- anchored off the Yard Sunday the :} .,.. of7B .
United Stales Minister to Mexico viz: i iF Navy: on i ; :
Ie A4 is14 tAll. ihe SeMJtt S ifS gen 21st inst,_after a passage of ,7 days from Be'&enacted ty* ofRepresentatives '? ;
--a. wID. aD for infQintiOn swill.luJw. warrant No.,2.GC2, dated 18th Havana. Officers andcrewtiwall well.- ojr thl United Slates'of America .: must remain one of those'flafk in&contested fountl many men, woes S ,'; '
March 'f.\6.t'
S : .r (., For warrant;I&t3.No.for:19.000 6,192,,dated 23th, : 00. She has on board forty-iwb-*of 4heContoy.: in 'Congress:
;c7jolthe ountryy ,. Jh"rJU S 27 vember, 1843 for '- :: *. ', ,6.oooJII" prisoners,wbo<,having'teen put to a sort of "Ah act for the better organization,of Venetian- -V Senatej'and" "E- *the VH-true- t 'political* dor.acter 7.J ,,. ,..'' '.5tii .
If'1_ thaI the4wbi. ,cryingout'S For warramt No..fr5f,dated ith Deccmber T mock trialbythe Spaniardvtww promptly the District Court of the'United States,.with. : 'I cfl1ng with that t Lirlli4r.g :
; i : # i ,1818 for .:'- '., .. S7 t r Ei i*great Dodge'of. 'the. ) mfJ.i, ,..
? r of Commodore
g gnat-, given on:the demand, iff the State'Jof.TlAuJslana, ; pptovedthird I -X '' I "
Tor warrant N7, 31, dated d'2d op --.t'-- ;' '* .i < W'-- ",'
.-1rJC a.ca.IJ1s1 :
I'r i them to this hundred and forty-nine, will continue perplex the .
Morriswho'at dispatched of.Mar hteighf
S S Fftbrsary,1349,for. -> ., ." >i, :OO' once ; .. '
t:9 heipf G i.hiai.i1 S t : .Iiscity For warrant No. 7,965. dated. 9ta .. I. port/mat communication';!ht be bad with be' amended that it:'shall be'.tbe'.duty"of <": -S -t'E"ff' 1 J fi Mr "l; fr 1 rs.W a'tani It' S ;
ntihaTher. : the '.' '- ::lnmylast: ;, I
I .q UiIZOit. 2Iarch 1849.1or-:: :, 1.Uroo Government on th6"ubjecV and, orders. the Judge of the 'Western: DistrictTof said ..u> i SS
:S iepet .th J. L', among' the. Fer.&rraJI1Na.609.,dated-. 4th Se1-f, : as totheirdisp0tiOflJeCei1L'heteare: St.t t hold term oft1i: courva. : *'St4J0-' the 0' nd he -l r hfi4 .. .. ; .. .?: -5

;bt5i54enouncmtheIrnet: as the temberf1849t, f -, ", moo. still JO of.the aJ1tiv.Ding at Havana, sepb's1 in1b'priib:ld:1' zon'Monday "thArs1' fchi:;; -m th 4' beie.5ta' --,- t' I P'-'t iR- -j I g : ','- p-

.'a6L1. aet,1.5iuabub. : 1.. the.Whigs: S S '" :I 11 who?are to'be! tried.;.'ConamodoreMorris' "nDecemb "itiaCYef0thbes Int ; t 1:'tbe'ai 1 1'Ohwadlomspovereegtetif.r54Is g sarrleas1L1arIuiis!

S jw the,*Gilphia.party,]* Lit M.examine his ,And for balance das to him on eeL sti11'there'flthe: 'Vciito' receive'themWhea. pal 1' f crao4Jct3sas.''. dCofleordia i ak t i tb ckIet-01' To i 1& idftss many ;

It JMntfafltmaoacat: ; Ibxudia w raand Senate t1emeat.17, 54 fil. 4efivere4vjTVfiX9( .:Sje** **'*"' 'and:to.appoint"a clerk 'of..the "..,.44 .; .. .i j4L4 S n'.s:1 :10it
-1io! J49.4tNr.lBodand: ,0. ..' 'therew; noHoubtmt.tbey; :will:)e,-',TbepSjfr1gatfi I court:Tot that 1aC :.ari&itbal1 be.the::cutybl "we mlg Ih t .k.- ;1OD1e'Tefl' ktbsVuinza eID1MD. .! ,Mrjo ; :
.:, 185OTry'a arhk3 Whim amotret rewiwi?!r. CEf- : ofclheUU11CU 5 l.t 1i : 'i::i11 ti; -
itippeamS 'bea : roadpennant 5mctlCourt; t .
... .' S ford from ISta March.1M3. to 4Uii.1 f. :j Congress, ng.lhe:1; 1 thriclerltiirf.thiJ J ; ) .___J.,.*J.. ,., ",.. ..rg'i.- .. u'b -
,. aIeatJlA. red September, im;; ,V;' .' '.$3i,2$ 92. of Commodore .fclCeever, .ai1ed tate. IM UUUlUUti;i:4eliii".to rMW J)1 ... ur.Ml' _.
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lp .Ia&houa4 c4tbe opia.. S ,1s lhisGalphmizinf oVtbei12th-instfbf the icbast 61 'aIitt: clerk at gtJosephsprtq bis order'lb.3 original 'Cd rtain Ii SV

IW. "t :Qa fl : of And those who or rwhati islt f te 1i .r' ta : 1' 2W Dlmotr t,;. .. 'papers:in' 6lfsucn.'caset-iurpr er fj .. coaventlotLhtwup.."

cTrner-n4'.. mir:,iji.th,: "CitY'.z abases now; am; hare tolerated ftll these 55 4 v -: t'if ','' --5 1. .t .- belong <.Jthe court..'riha; .'rflaw,11ogethiwith J 'n.I r4\hj.I" "$I:f..! '[1JieJ6.:." .

1 -.oe, ; DI.P.' '' r-n''I1P-I. h'Galpbin denonneinffjbe Tt rty."- TU1yrth5- ; pIrty'u : Th f "'.If _, :n8'_. .1f. J : :;;traniKrmt-:.0 f;"the., oroceedings" JKadtereon 'nt,;10 1"e'f'J-:''., .3i a: .. ., .,aD -.-
.' -r ". !1! > x.. ; and ilia b this ciitT of;;thejparshil : .. _,
= noisy dedaimers resemble a Democratic bater : d.'i ll '
.oJJ&Jt.1' overseer tra.uferirpf ildV, J'f
.4 y-j'tbe., sal *na.1LaXtCnb*' .I'
'a .{rom. _lonce beard of ia the Soatherh of estWB* !
".I" "u.w"" '- .;" country.He : Cwwin ihVCaVtrieiiitauu. wfi11 terms of said court at SioseWay.unscUdepntand ofeajn-biiab5aae._ ; I Ii
"_101.;It.:. 'PJ ..,. te. bad been informed that 7' Y"' : "
-tuimf.wm' tfttstm.
"Ii'' ... '" Yii'' ift1theff'i 1OICtfQVm *lltn ;an tie5 .". ,.. .:,ut SS -Ori
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'.. eatingthe4cornqtaatt he... xgood mel Auomas-JiiVvKiir, P $ J ..-., -
IF'fJt.Mr"t'- : : ; 'f' fteanfifaafffci o( r ul11D "eame:** Rml .,. .
f.y Ja;4'przatCr rf beirwor k., kUcujrre1swbilc5be -Ta a," rwlK lS3.t w rr-t < < .

to:'. aa4c--tastec4ted: more than k' nJ t t'W.&)d 'dc-, $ Ho jCW1nthrap.. ',b, neand, with'he"t ;'to be'hui74Dflor.:'powers do tie*, tfiff aaemolatnet ,tn'. ''. .M''a.' 'f..._ .>. .;t UUl..AI.t.. !"._..M" .',..'..1y"P.t .'t.', .,__- 5'1' a -
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this: ..rourlhe'coriJ-efllircly-nncoftUolled/ IBID fomeriy ae4ir SIr. 't, ; '.. :. l'3uid6.j S
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'- 0rv--r-t = r'j. -* | d;eharacterf fetter 1smxpectfid lefence, .aneasurcalcnlatea td produce realyiva4] 'DVyAL yiIidE1iW. fort tUrflOflf

of them} such 'mctf alth4r greater eri&tWth thichlf is intended ? % fthi wiii tvai county?:hareScei| thoa>Mi jiee fee bcauteaaj fv
; ;i rlisVa! 'prsentt the wasT-heId hut Saturday tol aotoinate candidate brie of ouMjpifttt regretted on'tft
ofl obvjsietruardmst .
to ? |v hatever 'of impurity to> dSnttx
( Hill, fif for legislature fOf manneyn
4 ; !4otye l t ate-.themseivesJ" Spirit once etbatv1ieieixna1Ipbhttcat which his-'iffiuf was.eoriducteaT we batCj thateikesse4
lusl* Shade of; Parker, community, not lecognized as &n independent -' foundh, ; at, the heard amnsfng accounts. Respectable Whigs tieir p eferenc even

: k ty rules amid such cof power byHDthee, governments,*, thus it homer ; ; -The editor from Black Creek and Clay HUl were gagged though'i :|'w>men'he&'ftr'al

h-3: ? ; rushes ouxon' -greathiglway iorcom- in Colombia ;to _Vi-f torture< >the and,refused a hearing, 'ana the::nominatiofls! ;ji6re1 J assn'krAJrj
die werVdeclared Jcarried againsteilwalcftown?
?;: da3: merce, arid wltiVa reckless disregard of treaties signature j : yrblies ofa majority,of the meetingr. "eurrei j tbe *(ja.

r 'p,: ciple sjttdwithout; anylit'p and of the law: of nations, seizes' upon men I 'Oh J ( ( -a: cotiree "We publish to-day a letter, on this sub.fec.i ;daunt woi 4sa
which "
ysettIestm ncy which it dare thesubipf'jotgsfate1P4iIaga1hcni:1oLprisOnand : t tf but which ire ''bare received from Captain from the i ngbefcj of
.r'; :- c0; Jerof its having joined .threatens Jo sell them intoier. n-. /* "as\a" litcbj who i is- one of the most respectable like him 'ei ?, !
.t of 1848 Whigs in,the county, and whose name was
: r : jardlesa of thermeans tojliremenU upon thIL plea t1a rpesence: thaVtbe 'pot apart'the tham commit 244 without Asap

3 3jwherefore It WasloLin iprove'dangerons.or Jnconvenien the their ,d An ef his oientI74lI! thiweaCkuowiu1ge'is; a sentim.mittee $ ortedif Sla

;.1'* *- iHD said; isolated'and 'alanwed community ;the otnuih ; ..Collector of 'nobody's business,' and we don't intend.to at tetin Savannah.

t. : 4i shou4 it 4o *e..so; in, America t]'.- most likely; result r fnch. proceeding and if, as ) .he. .formerly meddle with who had it. Captr theirrighia'and Blitch and their the.other feel e'rhat.il, fe' lfle-Ufiion7and; 'iirifliffe

; irk, indlineihine tear would'be, to bring upon'It.the!united hostili'V over the St i participating Whigs do all wen prefr Bt it$ dissolution, exthst -
this occasion .take
ipitOf idgs outraged on can;
: : 'V V; i- l' ;
-- ( the for
of. enemies wish. VlIULJ.1 it would be will do in 'politi of their bat cept jiSouthfact. c ae1 whenever the
thy and
c b ,wee 1itr$4 f .and weep over ; care themselves fight :own ., '
t of sbe. set and forTbatfr
crue*nd iierfl n4cie? of| the suUime and woolly,unable.,to: contend,; whatever,might our little ; ; feelings ties without our aid whatereri! ( *
belts its its ; his Jot "B.at we feel hour duty to notice the prdceedingg -1
; ghosts NiebuhrLthe prowess, spirit, 'or. resources- with the- ) iil teMII E
: kbeutif4U ye .. $
*> of this of
: .toil.of .all.your: Apart; however,'frdnv. this yew.01 (the'sub- act of the much meeting, on another point i tieldo 4vd iud4ient d M

;i Had < hare],lived ject,4.the measure Is wholly.inadequte as a rpublic j occa the peoplE more of importance Black thanits treatment HUIr of lolneitb 64ftr11, yfo'wos.4
; ; t..4aic44, jre .() far from Creek'andClay 1! $} --i ( a :
n 1tour K .the knowledge ..andV'.have !means.of preventing the ingress persons 'r so The following Is the published account of S i

.i::, J'added.the.en- into the.St e; who might enter it .with:misehievdus"'or a light, of ex- their proceedings after making; their nominations. 'e4a VJW%
I with the .! .

;& went," -y e would haye -. -Jncendiary. ,i/' 'pttrooseS-sw. ,: i-'d-f ; J pete itfis by [lift} Stanly With the above the New. *rs introduces the mart to 'qsfvectiteplII5
;4iu44u oerthc. sodden anddiscovery far, thoie' danger from vnitt .emissaries, ,: For ,
'riot only de- resolutions adopted at the Gravelly Hill fsetttiieit.,
who cannot be excluded by a mere, general :
:oTenrh lmig W cy.o.ft; E.;: %vc Oagbi.'lIudetO' .
f of the meeting, with "the names of the committeepublished perle
thfcWBgparty.of the present day,* aw-than from a'few black etc wards, or govern-
; N fi them. Our readers menfof lhli ti tt ,
schemes.- as reporting
colored sailors*, who are always transient
it was so Vi Kfaie nd'Atheasl'1While hare seenthe resolutions full outlast: froC1myil indlack
the : in Creekwergig.
4 f | and amazed at..thisJ8tnjeadoBs4veaoi visitor ; and are otiierwisebut' liule ..cajcuiated
-wj irf ahed
; will We shall neither repudiate those resolutions, gedtatthCaptfllitei 1batMtbfnie'c f
t They see
} in regard to the origIn to prove apt instruments in the bands ', at .1' '*
| Locofocoj'sm riot assume, that bur party, as such is on put ion- die client commit.
derive of distant intriguers, and the plotters of re-
cactreWbigp1t7WC ; z f
; q ise wltlemen
/ : of- wit account:of -their adoption at meeting coiis4tr
t jellion and dpmestiCi mischief I ltis the.educated ,
frpmthe bope exndelucidator '
I iliuleled ; ;" "when the committed to'them as;an" issue in the present weiu stcrUiiy flgaggi&.saias

; by of gram f.naticalan&skuIking white misIarg : the coun election If yre were ,so committed, we asbadastW tnt'th N4tjlaughtera4

) 4 hgo)4m1h1c5, that "u t spite, pftrthergrowinttiil --"practised in..disguise," rand' who"re- : : piesented to would bare the credit of doing, one thing, r e-4n, they weyie ,
tune to mature hs designs ;
: pjlions, !. tine our quires land.takes Ii mb
c and riot of solemnly proposing by our standing ptaand pt.Blgtj
who rnosHo'be dreaded V and such '
PIi '" i-6wn jglorioaJ wirlrnlment.ma escape theirs '-s' l I.-1-' -tiff k' 'many i.-1 >- 1 Z'-We: infull; ', in presses to' intrdJucethe._ "plans'* of slav ry8tilaien't allowing L4[ ucommitee zoo top'upon iarportut

ifateJ11 But stJ4 ae, compelled to. achereexiststoo- doubtless at this moment lurking among DAVID S. ( |
into the canvass, making a great ; ff reM softfO'siwhich
us.-not in the'purlieus of ships and wharvesbut a ,they oc '
: :j wledge.fetiKal| Aat gister of ; hue and cry about Southern rights, and then hef s PFOsej| w'thpul'his'op
!n part'of our inferior, ibr in f
of the patriot on this every tbber next;
\JAudause rl4feirs State Convention to mum on
: calling a play hisirps toS-i }
nstI4 BUtch La.
:e .Capt
: those situations 'where they come in to us not by
j,subject.? iMnfailr sensible, lhat may who ac- the vital question, and to nominate a candidate always beej aUwd'&hig, and Hrt shoaL
contact and communicate with the. great
S. e aspiring aWL kr iping are not restrained but who every page of''whose",political life ''is regret to Io h s snpfim,,candiilyif; his
body of our slaves.- A. simple regulation,
\ j.jomple* ftbty aoJArine is, we must live like a patent almanac, inscribed "moon's bad
lead. There treatmvtk 4 t his-pot receiv'iijanomlnation'Jtt
niriceexpense.7 .and requiring the stewards and colored sailors ACone jn

::4 j eariCdllsi4aA1Iewitt matter | enby.and, Ifrfj whomayat, any time, .be'in._ ', bui., harbors, to of the county phases." N e pec?|je may :ccsgBlmIaJ
in.;4 : v r-i. and I we're each dis- But we say our party, after the nomination themselves al ra thej talking times .*bey
be <
f Sut't on board of.their vessels at 4rum-b eat, or -
4: 'more $ the.samplis : the placing of captains of steamboats and CpLATA, individ ?, finished their party work, and adopted selected caik.tcs"gagged" | i |l dare '
trout and Hrril cf|Boyd and JZatrl-in a series of resolutions which are introduced ir '
ships under bonds and suitable penalties to 1850, for > .received 1
'7 restrain th1kjaiings.| .and graspings; voice. by the'premise-"THAT THERE ARE COSSIDrRATIOXS )4 ii .1 -.
,: j.buttbe .pajerni | ; Democracy, that see this regulation executed, is"all that is didate to r WHICH KISE' ABOVE EPHEMERAL TIlE co3iiJi0nsEi pr THE

not.sulh 4 BxJme and Athens,". which required to' render the city,of Charleston and Lower \ at The int wj[ cb we received by
; was CONTESTS or PARTY, and involve the union

,. ; -temper*jheVin tp {hat shorn lamb poor State .Carolina) as safe as they can be of 'the .Duval county, of jhe States, the peace cf the,country, and telegraph, c-Jth 'ass otthe; main provisions
.. apprehension
made in relation to danger which, however of this bill iciji the Nalional'Intelligencer
to firmeajby
.I iUncle SaTS1O44 (hem. to act up, the stability of republican institutions? [ ; -
? matter at whosecxpenseJ' vigilantly guarded against must always exist spectfully / of the Whigs i i4 i [ od Wahingtoa papeis.
> *docLrine1 m'' sljlrre, no, These are the words' with which the |
:I : :1 4 ,or, can, never ..be wholly, done.,away county to are pre- All!! those p4ps:t> tbeljHill which relate to
|| : resolutions are prefaced, and which secured
the with. The. present stringent, and absurd time and an ardor for the aimi&i 6 indeed hmt tial hereafter people
them from technical
v which if offered
: .. willle! moife cc4pect in the ,choiceof law, which operates to,the daily! injury of Sr. ,will leaven a scrutiny of the-Texa |bcAidary]jjuestion, and thf c -
party creed deliberative
as a or on a
the commerce of the city, was passed wholly ; of, the county, gauization of 4fterrilopal *for
their ervansn'tlie! it will be vain to cry occasion, they would have received... ;
:. at the instance of,a few beardless and noisy and the NeiY3lexft4 |ero'stkeucst.All:. that
StanlyrJ 4") Fl: vain .willbe, yourappeal.ye But member of need
; no party, or a party,
Attornies from Charleston who succeeded .when '
our i is left of it n4wv is thai*Which gives a
Minorca,, to those
'j retfyn'n' of blush them endorsed
3 to own as the Senate
r in persuading legislature, that such an 'Wcbay known. The ernment to t'4 the itt important of
\ Jim ,and Richard,,41. part
-phantom oa; getttn Compromise has been by the illustrious prototypes
I enactment,was absolutely necessary t io save large and deliver itself, the wholenfzu| 4jj '" *
Ji dref{ JJ and Joshua, to lift
r/red'and* : en : who led the in its
: way support
their constituents' from, massacre .and, the .- ; are not The territctfi l goverj nent of Utah is Envited
4theirspcctrt! I c4b$ warning "sample?, tohhe that be eviscerated >
.t. Though Compromise .to
.,. ?*aspirinj an4j! tai ''P'DS'tn Are ye .hose capital of the State from impending :destruc stan, than the, death, it is consigned to, an honored tomb, ahderi iH toiUittide 3&; w'that,
tion. It is earnestly to be desired Mr. It is difficult
unfortunate is
ly if s yhe iprdtrastination for lb.
.gr&i m&;hatfo4ld; "turn every Demo- attended by the regrets 'of patriots who
crafont'! a 'terljao i Beneficent a display,of Editor that 'the' 'representatives from the the apples would the countryno ct| a{y | committed pre
scorn to'perpetrafe'a'wrong' on
; :
upper country, and the other rural districts hold a to be twal-- cudinthcuh! frofa ob1iig justice.
tiheit .tenderljregard 1ror 'yourinterests ;
C do other than
nstit'uti9n, or uphold
S .for'lbe of the State, will at once take the subject and taie the It is eaicl ti 4ithe&nator in case of
? bm .iiprnjlyo4r ;igjynpalLy poor
( > right of 8: section.
h into consideration; and abolish an obnoxious (the call ., .Of failure to bills
*white mn'JMrfeib1ould: | so begrudge the The resolutions separate satisfactory
; : ,small pittanirje offmurjhousandtliree hnndrec law; that: disgraces the State and'renders it a candidat are highly ob- preamble to referred for the que9loi'in utehaioJetcrmiatI

; ioflars sable odious in every part of the civilized world. the Lower our fastidious to says : unitedly toiuggl j- the Miesoori line
the ,
JJ1 and twenty |alfry to phan "During this long continued strife in Cbneressi.ouc -
My being in personal danger from a they produce wblcbiof
invisible passenger sembly. c i
toms, 'of ifeose ]mysterious conviction of.right, and our sympathies
tttrsfemaP' hom'lpentre all the affections in,the street, does not authorize me to -ey"ipmi'w: have been, ana' continue to be, .with lB01.theiniou_ !esel1 oth..

*iVf - -clyour bigbjprw $ anfl king! bhame upoiSontbern lUBirivriinuinrjrutvc o |netui Al inCDreaSt OJ ing for a 'i'i whereby our the friends of ,Clay's Compromise, which 2t t, WOUld '1l. ,

jfind |NOf bern, 'Whiggeryl!? every one 'who I may sujecItobe this termination excited-too was reported by committee' '. of the Senate, Bi t .hapj6aiage bin jyet threatens sodden

Would yeIe&O st atch this pitiful allOwI lurking enemy; or discharge a gun amongst Indians too outra- as Union.a peace-offering Resisted laid'fanatics on the altar of the : 'lttroduced > t _. atb.![Mr; Pceice has ispijate -

a crowd in which I ''might happen to seehim We should by and pressed a ,[ ,tell for:the settlement
I : tance from lh| eI i$i le n gro, or his "aspiring" Whigs o( on every side by power, the friends of this
for even the law of self defence has of the Te: and the New Mexi.
'master; to, b'ny %r ead for tbe.wife and children j ; ken the "fixation" that Compromise are struggling nobly'to'' save can territory lion f
the all
of the jibe ; ; contemptible ,white.man its limits,'and does not authorize us to consult northern here is a piece the Constitution and the Union'" effort to force) 04 the admisjion find of Califbrbeeu. -

> :Was U not at] ii, j wkh the Jew that1 none 'our: safety, 'at the'expense pf*that ol conceive, New*: And who ,could we not, name as ..the"friends ala as she ieervative. taved off by tbeeoa-

.'. ishoald tastelcf iij shiw bread but the high neighbors. It is humiliating, Mr. Editor facts. from the of Clay's Compromise," with whom Pyetan4iappropria1ion'bi1Li:

.t 1 .-.priest and hjjt awoeiaKs 1 If .this;.was so to be indebted in any way.to the magnanimity Twiggs out,' perhaps the resolutions express sympathy 1 have been tei'up_.I2 _, ofjconsitferatioa((1 __ ;. '
to :
in RomantUAth425 and< Jjro f, jrberefore and forbearance of others; and it that the oppose any con the Recurring the Senate,. we' believe that 'MDiIo-.. OsZov TU CITBJUr,

tl-supposeTyop w4d! say; should it not be ought surely to prove source of mortification posal all received his of that whole illustrious,body-with- two exceptions -f 'Av'T.S,

I* ;? 1 r bin AmerJ'ad IS norcan town? ulf to the State of South Carolina-that and gave disposed to -were friendly to it, if certain reasOnable The :Co *rlstana f 3iauison coonty reports

& have not !' 4e; this ye have more U is only through the permission of other manner of felt it his duty, modifications were adopted ; eo thedeatb-aM isori;C. IL, bya stab fromington

ft-t L3t or their acquiescence in to. urge the friendly that on the brink of its defeat the band of % Waters,''of C&aries
than Esau fp lyj i 4a i f yon are able to, seeiheTigbtjanifcyet governments an that "the hie reach. very -
? ihe outrage which they do 'not think "worth ably if '? efforts. almost a legislative accident-the prospect Dcmelly. le v a pdetaber'of' tbeLoatinvader -
] wrong pursue your : !
; ; treason equals tb$|of Arnold." Would ye their while to< go to war aboutthat it near a sucCess of his of its passage seemed brightest. Indicated ..regiiginally. nt t- p* Cua bwTort.r .
t .
I': bebokUyclirge4wi9i the folly of having is enabled to exercise a right of search Over $800, OO not'only has disclosed been by votes, and conjoint efforts to amend/al- froi P sbum Pa.

4' '.. bartered a-wiar y<$ r ; aoverty and insignifiiitancefor their vessels, to imprison their seamen, and promised and coad most' the whole Senate were, "fri ndsT of place wasinflicte44 b'n tbfii r 17tb'Jfjllyl> and 1bes-his'death'lookof

; : tlsa lit4.simof- four thousand claim the power to sell them into sla A too rapidly. Clay's compromise"-with two exceptions conveyed to.Y: e! urying :,

d r CAROLINA. of the'defeat of Messrs. YULEE and BENTON.. decent) ubliclIf "
.earned from j ove rsmqnt for honest service, South:with gallant Colonel were its two impraclicablej! intractable! ESEMIES -. -ts-1: t' )
August ; hostility with THE '
e ALLIGATOR, 8th, 1850.Mr. 'rnm.tW1KDfl.&W7 op
:'t. vTand tbusde $ve v ouj high priests and king ., Editor A. of .the ritories. 'lie has -the two who in an early stage "of the IIOOPS. : !
corr spondent '
:'of the benefi iofd< obli 'wages for their poor Jacksonville "News"ting : takes that ,than them discussion/voted for; a, 'test, motion of Mr. '. ,v_.lcarnov, St. Aiiywtlnev- at 'wbk1
from this
tdear'affectiijiate' ttesroesl No, -bnnher cpuntywri- not fair*'to / so chivalrous Douglas to" lay the" bin on ,tfie? table_the place the pt rni ilo (moutb arrived ''fast
over the signature of WD"! in stating .Jacksonville who week from I iJiahzRive -that''i is .
1 .* Minorcaas ije wi "sti :k to our light canoes, moderate only two .tbuSi voted from States inwhich eonten*
I y the strength pf, Maj, Beard with; us.vflas rest of- man slavery! existed With the plated by tke :Gic reinr4nt.if'otjJy;
[ JiV : 1I.dThuuctae; i ipnaZ and bread t and, parties j exception efleeted-to# all tbe
committed itbjlfciw trbop<
: the ofonr -
an "injustice Wbigs exeept
upon of
1 1* look for lYuixe and BCNTOX
7 vcaying :welli4one; ;y4 good and ;faithful to"the perhaps 'small detachu from be 'Indian territory,

r tr ;guides, we.w l a&ptf|} a glorious barbecue county not warranted.by circumstances. the Union, i 'Coll :Harl aided by luLl and SEWARD, the Senate were though we cind3but| 3-pethiepo
W. D.does not appear to be aware; tbaUhe with : Hhe friends of may not be e.ir4 orfct
4LtUhl Ofl2T : y andbungerthpugnf.iljouldfail. ..the "the Cabinet CIays! compromTeeL" We etegrd
i M Wbigs Columbia county .are of too.stern might mention the matter al ttaI afi cti gtiie inr.estsofevery .
b The dai.I. as especiaJiriends in that
rett theretlj The
:..ei j t t a etuff to be. changed about by every;idle of'k'Iorit1 ,' and'w6oldl ;
body Messrs. Foote
Clay, Houst6nand
baviliur so,have their soggesttbat
aki $ ,masters tale and fake jsBue that their political opponsnts : THE' ; berated by e4'e fnll'pe io.cf
_.eil .buitjo uiwhile! gaily we'll opposing the Downs, Webster Cass, Dickinson, Bright, opinions on jirom every"eaantv.
V 1'+ I are spjready, ,to,,star) on;every ..occaiKipn I What wi and others who have been classed as strenuous 1 T' y -' "* A1 > r
-aing- : : Colonel i.
.: like tbepr se., Tbey rejjottbemciito Democratic was so $ TU
4f'L I4ek t4jn4wh1te, vote for Beard simply,because !the Locos ebh- atcher : appointors he supporters' of the rights' of the South.- The Sava Repatca fterscsre-
M1e, *gi.inIng1e, ; Who its, 'friend ",
are out ithat
p : body 1
t MIpgle .)tramgloriou*/, wish.them to:dqfso. We are,told that,Maj. the 'Neva- "do nothing" marks' ipoiie] l ahsbject *
t and We have seen1 the appeal of Walker S'fr' *
.T1UUDf9 | Beard is a man of indomitable rg and exhausted uWe make ihel*,remarks th.theiy
DEMOCRATICUS. the gradual ; Thompson, Tyler> and others from the be no to tb
rj3 _: L_ 49! talented withal, and well 'applauds nusnndttst&ding positioo of
perseyerancet one South, tand ,a, galaxy bf the, noble eons the advotef he Set atorial Comprpousa.
$ Lok1LiiwL. .long since in (
skilled in jail the .qualities necessary to,a b'ecue of. Though the ,
of 'Georgia have espoused, the theyiftai i r prefereneesv'JJjey
iMXdito: : i uung over the, July public man;..that: Mr. Cabell, on:the contrary off very "plan."_ ; Compro are wedded tcj ojattictIar plan-ftheTr sob

.nnmber of ft'ewMonLlily.Maga.zze ,'If wauling Li all,.these fine q a1ities. tion looked "received his mise. Among, the distlngnished Democrats object being & b'\'\ protect on and maiotenaixe

: ,*! we mei w( )' .bfollowing.i .passage. This: we are told, but,we do not believe it.la were discussion to be ," whose"plan of ;thie State, ;(sayc, the ,,Savannah of the'honor aid interesiof,this"sectioa of

.4wbich ocean.CwreaiEverxs ap : ib ,bea4of "Record.o fact we know,to,the; contrary. W ad. the thing ,that ac have publicly expressed th Un.2 ffif 'l !
themselves they cannot tbajj they eaire, Aey
.. | ;' ti House of Commons' mil iMaj.rt Beard'e.pcrseveraace in on! some of the .; / iafavor the Senatorial Compromise will do the WMieycaij| without compKpo,..

- !titl&tioalia4ica: ofthe; >lacic things; jfot inicenl346-4i&4eter. takes a gradu we notice the names"of, Howell ising the bon
r, : steward- p{ B t4t4]jressel who bad been mination toa have 4be..office of Registej; of been familiar to ;' '* \ Cobb, the, ipreseni'Speaker ofiihe House of t all'Lazards

I N takeaout oflbe{ h p .Charleston,, $.C., Pubji'eLindsj hs certaily. stuck tofthat Whigs : the .Compro Etepresentaiives--' :cgrss54halomH.i; last extremitv i", ?i--. ( iJ.

k1 Jioi,4Jt9konthsP| |;| simply ,be- weUfUbjoughftiiirtyfive bailptingia be was among' : tc "exclaimV: Chappell, |late membet,of,,Congress j flturj -'

: auAhe wapPL Lord PalmDA and it .. R. Jack on, the presiding dge :m -this Jo- B 'recent .
_ 1it) .. '.eUndingcandidate- ,- his ...opponentsfinaUyrh w ch'ivalrpus : a r n1atewportfrrjaT&m.kansasdelegtor
; eItoD, M4tLInPej nne togireupinjdespairr Ju regard was cJacksohvflfe dicial dietnefj Jumn (; ,; ridge'qf:
Beard ; '
ru ;,toj ;
'_ II to talents and>kill parliamentary usages, Majpr ; : resfTpI' man- tfieWestern district j,Hopkins,Holseyuf of- to leav of Ii4i5fl5W55',541 i

| '; and :that.' Jhf we ertaiiilyopsId rM.CabeIias, / Caving ; ( ;to be merly member CongreHiBnJ novreiitorof hied soon by'about tw ioty;of.iie. ,

: ,, ,.. .t. aga4 advantage.. He is asstrong a SouthernflibLts bill, ; but.the Collect. the, Southern BannerAirR.JBr6wn>one Legs and SaijJc| { es vdl-net 150 ,
.. > -'i; *r j r- this Gov. ofthe '
| : ; electorou thCasand
Butfericket latter
nternawe Maj. Beard e1se deal howeyirsbjvdInot ,,
1 man as or any one good lon
.. ." as
: \ '- : TirV-- ""- "- : at the last PresidentialVelectidn revent otbeu flb1flL
ts k the of 1815" >and iFi
treaty and moreover a good Whig into llhe bargain, bad one'of MissdurflineV, j HltU6aftbatata

1; s1j ; ut The that ibc FeeraI wijh'the merit"of/ever;-bavingbeeu such'.- lay too; ; ; "i *:by i" jMr; ;Jordan,;brJ6u8c; antjiaTtroag\ atCarlOosaabeIeea desire to do B Ge ;

revoke the law then shouidW 'discard. *' DemQcratic aud'fluentiai gehUemaaln i tSat ection'f
,1 yVby him ? The dr //prattTj. and Bow Leg* tbG tbbee
the American : : that beMlot rtojiaviy!
p'fcu'alrath'isffan'd 'D 'wheehe-luys -ft''* Aj ... Legs -
S "" iJ ffis ? 'Ssri" '**''*} K J ir-'rt-. peii.ut Jeaide1wbm; ertalkwitk that &biT
., oTorD laou. ptnpefled toterninate otherwise,betray. ignorance of the sen- if disunion ; tbe'TbIIL i was;eloquentlyBupporte'd ;$ -
14 It r-LiLlv'? ;...*.itirnentsof ; at 1lril5ivajlhab from the bgi ; n4s'betberhel4l
:; Of ont couoty,) ;Mr.Cabell never pro'i4se' i t $ *n eirieeUng; ;% OIaiDQP

a stood''betteVH' Iambia veourity.' than5'at i ijpresenl C ss and j : ; ;Mno-.on JBdge8La
;. ; .' & q : i.f.Obe fii't State., ( Uj' >sDcpendfnpoin ,' Maj Beard wil] Democricy''Severil ; : : **panaU' Thia ..w.th; .j hostVoft''friends"*which the regntarswith.1ii ; ti1tt-a -

; ;
_ 'i !1BrttIeIi. no! |etalolitair7'V7bJff in theeotinfy] Brbcu ; : hurnblrmisaiGreUy Hill txpreeicyipftthk'wi&.tbese )
drvers| down t14kt1ithrn1 ,
: ,, ti.a imadvehi n'i,... 1a'The'contrary,MrCabeliwfll get theiup aU iui lbs 'ui n-wbo was well a ; '

: WiMM1 port'of n b' Democrats herelofore oppoid eliciting havyleldedeir4 asse meaGye -

I I c. d-4 1e r ic t. ii., at Ie ,, t b.th vs nounce --- '
: ''WtDspesi tdbein much trube1 wi are not called upon to es4 tfeew
tUned going oto ba4 th.saast
T t uf d to .inparpOM tieadiid ,., ,- .---.','" ..,,* wait for a wofe ccnmiea*
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XAW. -' .-, -. > .., -' -"-,'. ;_,... ". -- ,. .' ;.." ., .'. .' ..4 ,; ,. 1 ., 1T! t- ., ;,_ Vr
t1 :: '
addressed tbe ; i oI h. "
r JM .Judge: ,I,ejecting ;in. tt V :tcM7rC5ATED.c. ., 1.- u 'I. Q.H. n ;oJ I S4r.aA ::/' I V

i S&i la tb"ba lit :*f tht1'ews. .1n long and eloquent( peech :.jtofavor,' of: the" ; IVhentw V"VfJ'* : ''br s".1'Pen/taut:was'? **?%lynrecf**-ti->**l eu.5*' onSt o ntem.tj '.; 11;the'stronglanguage : -flKMtttfeabsetaftieitcxtcai _V V

'tomroenting Hpoa.rWMbtUatGrtve, -'IP meeting which reflations and olthe.Senate:Compromise.Dfc 101' 'D4i/; '1d-on board illockJngrbirdyiniendeif ;', of the DewoVCoIveltton ot'48,"we be- V ; 5VV blood VV
*j son ..the 3d mst, Arnold replied' j line thatthe peoplt of ;thi.:south d fJloi V V S .
briefly to Law. S ( VYcJihV5S
YOU havt taken. tb{|* wto gife'Jn the presntIoi'awjroitng gentle&tin -ak Congress to establish th T';Ifistiltttion "ofslaverryii V V [ .

iredit of drafting tfc.:* .dL .ion*:reported,toa The,'question, How, 'oeiog loudly aIled : Esse*,'Coan..irom lus, friends .ai itt.6f;;:thett trtarits""t:' The V VS 5 ULW2R44 V VSLk :

*.lhe meeting, *n&dat1e"- take INne"Upon n for,'a division $ ordered,:when;without a ,Florida,, which.fJa! consequence. of :that DC. .*, Nashville:'CdnvenUoiiis'not;yef':tbeKVo5ceof VVV1 V $ Y4 ___ V V

.- them.befCre the ctiZt4D{ bhJs\ county in the count, the'CLar: declaredi' 'the' 'substitute currence, \vas .returned' to,this- place.- The" the people;' .The people! of Geoigiahaveot : tV1 V Ingttgrtittik&ueI.JgnL fl V tr

"approaching embJy. t&nta3jo 1j1i, ;the 'General- As- carried, a; large .majority "votlp*. 'for, '.the,' following: !beautiful lines ,on the.subject: :* .* that Convention they are;;l rtatheJNashviHe taS'c:mam4'h c1of'What, thevisofyoti?of the I _ V V

'I id kes tehg in the public same. wreftelySa.ypungIady.ofEsseztV; themto dO. 'Wa bairnot 4sv4 "
i Aver' as am :; L. ;1.b..a rat : 7elNbeeeiffi4ita4Deidi

prints either upon $ t lessor' private mat- SESTljTEST TS HoxflOE'OOt1 ;A rommoM eme-tbe Mocking-bird voice in CngresseColins'a'voice) *Mth ti tb1Vurei1adItsenipLti

terse t yet feel obliriI $ .tipke the remarks G A.Alarge Must leve tu D&t.tTe hem; proclaimrin to raahy words, the.;tt/i tii74fuLV, throat, fcose,aiuSasrkusoaoane :

you hare made In rfrn. to myself, and : toeetjng was recently,Jh'eld at the; :And to al&nd far o'er .tint SM< V V of Nwvil1e"'Cbn'entton :W*';tnist"itwiliJtbt _

shall as briefly as Ie ply to them. Court, House 'of. Monroe county,.Ga.,..at An xOedtnaeer, roam.. Le.t Ised\/4ndeedV ift:Ottr:; commtt* s S

In the first place' t 444ot; the honor to which a series of argumentative resolutionsin go,monrnfiinj-It Bang ikremul hhy among those oorlellow-ciUiens V V

have penned the re l .submitted: to the Unto the orange bowVey..VV .- have !honestly and openly taken their stand iyOuieMldifM&p&ivti _
favor "of the Senate: Compromise 'was .The pleasant groves and etaaty at.feff on the Nashville lk,d mwl*,**?Mf
*w by a man platform-i-whb heej
they werejieenioruj my M ;, ; 5,liseatttt IwHtMe&IblMttfaltou rii..A
meeting; Then l ft the Lafid of.JTowra VCigdan _
years and iiperi in intelligence adopted. A substitute of the- 'Missouri. liiie- dorsed tbeLrashvi1Ie&me proceedings there are tiled tartosa.14bI 1b Viteribats

and experience,, an'ithe, of this State. was,.oposed, but rejected.I How Badly alone drooped,*hile iU iped head the{ bark V) who rdefty,that,.the:;? .ntil1e" resolutions 1
these'solu repud-ate the doctrine of
If,you hate any ot4onto, For void the Clime cold the non-interven ;
and hetrU. the iteull eats 51,, _
< |hem specifically To Which : V tion- ",tii deny that' the' Convention:has V
tionsi I request you nt lle)Meeting lu.GaO>den>' ita Wsnder1fls1ed.VDntoistovraTtha V ; :1 S V hiSs, 15oarwi&
In my opinion ;'a' 'in, fervid termsihe Pursuant to previous'notice and tart. wrecked even by tmPricatiOnVeaIIeaVenact tJn'CongfessMo V 'J.'.4V ii ,:a. 'l' a'On11tg V
a large
slavery South .
of 36 .
feelings of a A patriot SLUX- The bird again WM free; V deg3o.mit ,:,Let V
enthusiastic the citizens of Gads-
Ions to the 111>q fat any sacrifice meeting And, mid the dashing of the waves' VV us then see; WI5tWaSV: ia::!-resolved at ttmtov At ANt PmMAN V
but that of honor a4(4J i, I admire the den county was held Quincy, on Saturdaythe ,Load_rang its song of glee. Nashville: on this point.. In the llth 'feso- CURE, OF> ALL D1SEABBS AHHttN -
them 27th July 1850, to consider. the actionof II1i n'e serifs.',it j is declared PROM AN Ott'tmE BTATfi OF,
of and.d4tkssue upon And on.and on triamphaat that; _"in
spirit them the Nashville Convention.. ( .THB BLOOD OR HABIT OF tHB
before Americans tn-faiftever, county or 1 It rode the billows o'er, -. the. event that a; dominant majority:,shall SYSTEM VIZi : : : V
be1aCeiXi 4Ur ..confederacy The meeting was organized by appomtirg .Until with fluttering heart It gained refuse to recognize the great',constitutional J.V.VVNiat.
State t X'ti *t4 eeratf
may 1 DAVID AVHITE President JAMES &ftJ4VWV &fIit
r. Lv Its own loved native chore rights we asserti it is the of this
!lid Con
reference to sense by DmAA
Bo much lot e'Jt4o5eo"s mi.oas cpiutules the
the resolutions.your An, for another alleHj.y GIBSON Vice President'J, and. '1L*'E; Gttsos And now,we ;to'firiendly sin' vention that the territories:should be treated : eadan&Ierp.i WrIVlII .V V

"BOston4iiOtofl& Seereta.r. : lLMngssjoyouastram.V as property;and divided between the sections T4 fI41JU" of
gation made'by yon You my of latitude On motion of J. Erskine, Esq., the Resolutions .Bird V of the :tfouth! a stranger warn .V of the_Union;$o that the rights of both she 6 ee4joita atecwV tlk
out eec-
? "are out dbteInd. Oh I.lee roam again IFrom : symptom*, tti4twba.pt. .and tiitustsarwnx
of the Nashville Convention were tion "
we tnanufactu our own public sentiments -ere.adequately seeured in their, respective V front e* JttdituMt ,.tttf_f1t"Ulrt : L ; i
; read and after the reading< of the Resolutions shares2' Here ;
and draft 01 I or. :Rsolations.Now as seems to us, is otititet or-1I., c2pnere itprdtrt t*
I on motion of Dr. J. .IL Verdier, the the dettahd tOt Intervention Ufa! alto, dtroiuec&iititMtiotalduordtn. .
the ft.preparatloa
eir, do you tn|||n to bsinua.t that Committee .. Savannah jl7i4&1.The ",. by Congress ,
following were a on
cabbotbe trusted wii" "b' diem interests! persons Crisis the6ubject"bf slavery, both :"North and IthV\ are'strongly ermcen t.

Do you mean to jnshtt' tt iiat I have t to report Resolutions' lor the consideration We ,cannot withhold' the, expression of South of the line of division.;- If. there ,waS trated all the Medicinal properties of SAMAyiftitu V

and 'in unison with ofthe'roeetingl' -- conviction that the defeat of theSenate's doubt of room for difierence of opinion 'on combined with the most effectual Ain
eympathie* full
W. Kilcrease Z. Fletcher our
J, II. Verdier E. this V
all d
subject, ubt of the of the V
the last aide the tb
meaning most the BttildingCottjaiJtte
; disturbed salutary productions most F
\ has
among J. Erekine \V. H. Mitchell. Adjustment setkmsly Nashville Convention\has,;:been removed... inary of Learning .
.'twenty-one yeari BeDJert 1 Do you dare Hon. A J. Forman and Gen." C. H. Dt1Pont the stability of the Government We can The exposition of the,Hashville creed jri potent and staples of the vegetable kingdom; FlorkaTuitfl ttoftdlloorf UbniMiag : .
| ot a heart and I ; and, it has been so ally tested,.not only by
to insinuate tbat ; Delegates to the Nashville Convention, not so strong is our 'desire for a settlement I South Carolina is before tbt, worlds The ,. -,f.
to patients themselves but also by Physicians I
tequired protect lAir and honorable ,
nerves when of existing difficulties on '
called for addressed i I. V
were the
Southern tights tse propositions being present, the that the 'fcenate address speeches of Rbett and GtegstI -*- that it tm,received their' nnaualifled f eom. ::1
'ill the meeting. terms I the 4th of July toasts-the daily.tone of the mendatioiM and:the' two winjp.eaca 1 [1
intended eit them and stand k approbation the public tweaty-C *
are by you, I f While the Delegates were addressing ,the will f et. by their action give repose to the i Charleston
ready to sustain my \ si(' i, against all or meeting the meeting attested .its approvalof people of all sections and 'strength to V the nlillincatlon nJerccythat secession violent V Corypheus;of. | and has established oh its own merits a deltmy by the.30th di f i

cither of them t'hee am called upon- U lion'which has covered our,country \vilh or peace.ful.a111 reputation for VJLUTK and tmeitrr far so Bond for theiaitUal pe .
for trials But sir b t"ii 'right do you In- the course of the Delegates.by repeatedand much The speck rentembered ail proclaim in a voice of thunder perior the Various compounds .bearing the will be required V V Vt V
hearty,applause. 80 glory (albeit it be "t.'oz'1I what the ir Persons to bid 2L V
t' 'do! edtne. SOn prrtmc"milt" name : Sarsiparilla Diseases have been disposed ,
tim.te such things 1 iThefe you under the 'odious of nullification "
name )
'from and how iGan been bete, the conclusion of the remarks by .the in horizon V delegates :at jNashviUe;,meant.: .Again,.we cured such as are not furnished in the records information doneandalsote a* to the ehrw :'t S :
long you 'nliich the some adra&bf
an borityt If lot Delegates, on motion of Capl. Jt IL Keadle, appeared which' twenty say\,we hbpe and,believe the people of Georgia of time past;; and what it has already done lonZl 41t

thai you assume 6t1 htjwell t1 as the meeting.by'a standing vote, unanimousJy years ago, bet never grew "biggerthail .will! not follovr the lead of South Car. for the thousands who have used it, it is ea* "
it misfortunt
under him
.misinformed mans .n'di" the frown of
you .
of the Nashville Conrention. :
approved lina-will never "Play second fiddle" to pabld of for.the millions still
doing suffering
free State
as myself to cbjandjrbnr f i :fl'a of iron nerve who then filled the Presidential -
abovS harried
The Committee throughtheirChairman "
south has been such a presence.. We speak of South Carr and struggling with disease. It purifies
; residence \bj\ t Ute Dn J. H. Verdier reportedthe office, is now assuming a V form of fearful
because the .Jackson'
especially, Convention cleanses and the fountain
strengthens springs
. tint Abofti fiveart.d'relations t me .to Florida with following Preamble aria1 Resolutions omens We fear that this "fairest fabricof ,and tbe Nashville .Convention 'are of life, :and, nifoscs new vigor throughout tbt Proposals wilTaWf* '"o. ", i

r 1tmtt-rmt which after remarks from Ws H. Mit- human liberty" may overshadowed itourflt2iti 1t 1toJev
) some her,ofTspring:bf caqae she has the claim of the who1eanImalfrathe.V ,:
ma'' ever since that By of Ihe -
', the State B and overwhelmed the dark clddd! of disunion t
chell by : :
unanimously adopted V
,. Ian Atre Jlhoogh a porOflthetthCfl Esq-i were the paternity of, the 4ddress-.becanse V The diseases for which this article is re* .cllA1ILIi2 V V

Ijeriod ? sed in the gaH WHEREAS: .SL meeting Of a portion of the Strange passing strange o us, seems statesmen-her great orators1-and ber, table commended are those'to which it.is known '' V .: -
| | of in .1
lant State of South ClrolfJ l and the *>tef- citizens of Gadsden County to take. into and the course some Others political of the events Souths Our our readers'State-, orators-her.peopleituumed to be the, true from personal .experience to be ada ted ; aneV&J, V tULj._ seMV V

consideration the proceedings of the Nashville exponents of toe newrevolationary doc and those apparently removed beyond the !'
hb._ I lost nothing V
g;State of Georgia. will recollect that in February last, in the : ,
the of "
Convention held at CourtHouse trines. its action have ie1ded its inline
was sphere to
sustain V .
of that which i.i n to : of the discussion otrnLgpj, CIRO'LfIai :
spirit I fi.; !j in the town. of Quincy, .On the 4th Legislature Georgia resolutions,during of If the Georgia advocates of the,Nash villa* enC V The catalogue 'of V complaints mightbe :: ii,,'
othernrigbts. j the and Joint
$ "jst inotlons'** in atWebster-!! July last, and alseries of Resolutions passed, upon report the proceedings do, not construe or understand greatly extended to which the Sarsaparilla I ; .
I confess I have j''re bf Committee on the State of the Republic, relating is but its i&ne1VsAderlpe, :' ; VVM ,V ,
f \ old j which\ were published in the proceedings them in the sense of the Carolina leaders- adapted, experience prove value V
those} ,
Aordance 11) to the exciting topics of the day a f;
be Sonth uni said meeting: if, aa we are inclined to believe, most of them and each succeeding day is adding new tro.phies John S
he tbe :: : of the
when of
argnts % the t
says 1. &aoZr That this meeting .cordially portion representatives people deny the right of Congress legislate in to its Wne.C V
> to A ttd .1w at Oktl 4k EhafIIVI.LI-
Jer the Constitution, nfjisl'i i guarantied sought 16 obtain the expression of the Senate r< "
also approve of, and confirm the same. any way on the subject, and would not have .A-. ant,by her- ; ..''
Jser.1" And have I4ri4otions, and house of in favor of ,.d.NOTHEI1 CURI OI'SCItOFtfLA.. V
Representatives .
I That 01 to word to South and moves for aa OtdEy a1ss
of 2. Resolved we cordially approve Congress nay a as slavery ui .
in accordance with theainttfrd| and Prentiss in whose : the zeal, fidelity, and ability with which the the Missouri Compromise-. *, as the basis of asettlement1 of 3S deg., 30 min' the'6'OOner they proclaim The following striking and, as 'will be And it being showa t*I&4ndtbS >,;. il
from Nev Knj of difficulties Both bodies by affidavit that the eaih IJCfMSiNdsI- \'
Mississippi, our seen, permanent Cure of an inveterate case
delegates cf Florida maintained the rights the fact the better; If they continue "sbodl l* V
in the State of FIOn4IIand11thtIU. :
ioeoai beat a heart asru44d patriotic, refused by a large majority, to entertain the of Scrofula commends itself to 'similarly Sta* ff.
throbbed and honor of! the State and the South,. in the der to shoulder" with the Carolina exporters, u Ordtttd, That ; :
regard to Southern rigs a1eter proposition Tl body of the ft'Aig* In afflicted t V
\ Southern Convent oo. without such explanation, they will in a tha next ten* of tab -
,In that of any Southtr ,r. -fl" fling my banner -i 3. Resolved That the zd the Southern brfye, rath the iascrip- however united with the dint and swL, bl V
to some of them V SUDS i Gentlemen-Sympathy for the appear answw boLe. e
of the Convention bat the V
as convictions they
embodjiag, they
"bjr .
ton honor end Justictn : e side and on of themselves bad the company first JWonday ia NotiibHthereof *It.4MIa V
: Democrats, who, afflicted induces me to inform you of tbe xemarka-
do, impregnable arguments and constitutional keep." If,they, of Georgia, ate for the line that the MM l kIatb. ussl b
the other Ruin fort (i prt io*. in the last'General Assembly, and ble cure effected by yottt SarsapariDa In the case
principles elicit.our highest approbation! power of 36 30 as an tsltimatttm-thatline or nothing & him pro eonfeamt Pmtiifa ,
In conclasion I talft tl liberty to say Missouri of my wife: She was eererely afflicted With theierofnh :
and and that we will cheerfully, warmly, anddeterminately this same CompromiseVdownreceiving ,was put else-Mhal \ or separate. or fight-let en different part of the body; t glands published in sozee--! dPW. : $
deem 4iit unnecessary Ida 4.T'V
that: I have ever inproper Democratic totes for four months
only/f1fI.T prvftd arj
sustain the conclusion at them prodainl it Without any manner of of the Mck 'were neatly enlarged and her limbsmtrchsWoHeuv V :
to indulge! s6 any personal allu- in its favor-two in the House and two in *safiering over a year and : JOS., B.rL; iiNL '**
.eions during a political Sanms. If the po- which it arrived. the Senate. qualification ,We never_can, believe, untilwe finding no relief trom the remedies used, the dis : Judge Circuit Court C
iitkal opiuiSnsaJ conduct of 4. fifsofrrf That the so called compromise of its actually see it with our V eyes and bear eaee attacked one teg, and below the knee sup1nntted. true eopyt i -1 *' 4-V V VV :V
principles, declared by vote Legislature .
} be of the Committee of Thirteen, whether Georgia a it with.our ears, that evea the .Georgia advocate lIet phystwui adriaed it should be laid WrrnEss, J. %I. Braeei* fl Cfc* .t..aral ,
h d bfice candidates -
ndiridoals yrbo may > or their in its support of the fraudulent admission of that in rftAef of the following events i of the NashviUe platform will reject open, whWh was done- bui witho any perma- Court,Key West,4/ay ty.i U 1 *380 ., V tt
for it, cannot ta asfeailed, let the Governor should call a Convention of the sent benefit. 1ft this BitnaHoa we heard afand
J, Al Bra
its other tt tLr4eCJt ,
California into the Union, or abolition of every mode settlement-every other > "
del : A who were induced t Use Sand Sarsaparilla. V The d.Bk *i i iia i- TCIRCUIf(4UITt
characters of
e. mode and
irirate person to consider the measure
becomes candidate fi tical honor of the slave! trade in the District of Columbia, people : ground of peace wilt"stand by their arms"or first bottle *rod.eed a decided ad wonderfol effect 'C :'
a pc its slave bill'so arranged to redress the -peaceable secession more than prescription the had ,.
or fugitive as i attempt new step ;relieving any VV
course presents himself lubji' ;y to have hispdliliaa invade the sovereignty of the States by legislation 1. The admission of California \rlth lu i ," rathet than nieit their countrymen on ever taken and before she had seed six bottles, Pr o C 1 au ((4* ,VV .; ;

temfatizyl# and affiurs sacred b of found her health quite restored. It is BOW over a '. V,: '
,i p ngs 2. The abolition by Congress slavery $
their limits its schemes of Missouri line.
-or deceptive establishing -
7V ??tn ?te ,e WO !, oft her health I V-
and his "
himself iand aggresfioTiikiable in the District.
my territorial governments for Utah Were'veto think otherwise, we could remain' good showing the disease was thoroughly ., .
open that is not only! ujjjafierres $' but de- ana new Mexico, with a nominal exclusion 3.The passage by Congress o! the Wilmol calculate only on the dissolution; '-of the eradicated from the system. ttar neighbors are ;"- ,- 'SV
universal reproK rieistinedy t. For myself I Proviso. all knowing to these fact, and think very highly i : ., ;
sk>n of the Wilmot Proviso, but its practical Union. The Senate has since,the defeat of V V VV V ; -,
and while I of Sands' Samparilhv .
t ama Refusal surrender slaves.
candidly iRi 4. to fugitive
y the rritories-or its unblushing I the and the 'third time V
to bill
application Adjustment .for. : JrursPitt.
roars with respect, | V Vt
candidate for polilicalvielfopen ,0, I bold myray It will be remembered by those who have t V 1lV : V
sacrifice of Southera political power, in during its present session, by a decided vote, -
10 any attacK. un political proposing the monstrous scheme of appropriating paid due attention to the subject that the in which Clay. and. Cass and Cooper and Extract from a letter froaa' Mr. Ingraham, By the Governor of h& frTh V .;
sentiments but f shall lot ezmit any one meeting held at' .Mississippi,in May, known in Delaware V V V
a large sum of say ten or Dickinson joined declared that will hq1
money they V
the privilege of assaili**' tirt; private relations fifteen millions dollars, to purchase of the 1849,(out of which meeting it is oa all not agree to divide by the line of 36 deg.30? *. :It commends itself teal! similarly afflicted WHERE IWSShSbaI V '! 'of
of my life becauA, I0kppen to be acandidate hands confessed the Nashville Convention : Monday hi October seat jI ,1
slave State of Texas 125.000 milesof min. And shall the Union be dissolved for 1
square lie Laada to hold four Mb hla V I
for honon.bl, station. the Missouri V y.-- r : V
'lpnblic went V
an decidedly against :
add it'to New Mexico EpAing this-without unremitted'and 'RoXB T.N. Y. March 261817.. .
her territory to the greatest ecasor shall be elected sal osil h V
I shall be gratified to |e lji; alone in both and increase, by false pretences the antislavery Compromise. They said of it, "we deny long continued effort be made for a settlement -! Gentlemen:-My wife has'used sereral bottles' ft u timfort orrfenrf,._ t V ,: V

Lot will be prepared to efe.a|;either. power of the country, ought not to most positively legal validity as an act of or an adjustment or a'compromise, or of your Sarsapanlla,, which 1 obtained of your : held throughout the St&.ZA, I i4I N ;..
1 am yours re Ally"JBRYANT. legislation JL"cos tituimial pTiIZCIptCVmite ad agents ia this place from:which she has received ,. day in Oe'oberaen Wesu mjaiw. sa1 V ,:' V
the sanction of whose other term&-without'the surrender of
receive a people, some sneh) benefit that'l induced to add V $$ '
\\ ; of no Compromise by Congrt&3,_ Further special am Giveaoudenya
t rights whose sovereignty, whose honor, declared-oft declaration constitutional.rights and honor .of. the mine to the abundant, testimony now before the Seal of tbe t4ltV. r"J. >. .
and whose safety will be involved in its con -such was the repeated South The immortal Father of.our Country public faror of its medicinal Tirtse Her father (Seal) Capitol in tt

: JPUBUC SE3TTUIE51In $" A.T.I.1.uL summation and adoption. of Carolina's great statesman Mr. ;when be took lean of the public councils ,mother V and many other relatives hare fallen ,..'
of a4lIisbe&intbe CALHOUN, who, by the way, was the author victims to consumption, and it was suupoecd Tl BbwTyz VGok ;; V
[ pursuance 5. Resolved That for the sake of the us against the danger of drawing
. of the Nashville assemblyas it from that she too was inclined the same& -. She had V V '
Savannah 'lj feting: of the and oblation its altar to appears such iiitts. Let us heed his warning 4/7eriM
papers a re Union as an upon any V several tarns raising blood fcc, and at length V V
his letter of 9 18-19 to Col. TARTLET '): S : V
,;TtiTTBt of Savannah as ambi id on the'29th procure peace and reconciliation betweenthe of July ,V voice which stilt speaks,. and will forever became so reduced that her'life was despaired of BytheCoteroor-Attett C. W. Dowsnte, *. V V V V VV V V
MississippiV V from day to day. W.Vwerc induced to try your
and the South the voice oLw&edont. V
; North notwithstandingwe speak as
; uU, tocoasideranimakQreTxt of an expression If there ever was doctrine: which received SarsapariDa,as before mentioned,from the tueef .Secretory &l 1 V V V
believe the Missouri compromise was a the of Whigs and Democrats which her health has.been restored; eo that for TaHahasiee lily IB; 1830 V f ;, .':' : .
uf sentiment, ( jj the slavery question concession the of the South support .-
:: great on part the past.year she has been able to attend 2
South of the Potomac it was the doctrine V's
T. I still we would meet, the North upon that estic duties. V V
of non-in rm&lio, t.J
A committee to protfcse tcsolullons was line vritk a distinct vnderttandifis,_that,slavery by Congress on !!1 BWJLttT win r&-Open'1' SCHOOL ircctfuflyyoars, IS8.LfBKABAX. To Islwts f ."
i the of Such the M"
': should have a free and unmolested admission subject slavery. was very Jm Monday the,2nd day of September., Blio iis,ClfJlE.D. gSgnedt : V
. appointed consisting s\hejfoUomng: | per- basis of the Ciorrox Compromise-such in 'The Hcholaatic J ear sa Ie GODaIA eizrarterau S i for lands for all
, the south of it. V
.e:' lion. W. .B. l'anu&, lion. Wm. to territory fact the universal creed at the .South. The or eleven weeks.aeh, .-. V VV V, V The following :ShOW8"tbe virtue" of The tied thereto under the Art t3Isk1e Cr V
of the
That in view
C. IZesoZroZ dangers Democratic party of Georgia at the State Spelling V Reading..1:1eb1Dr.Vritlng., and Sarsaparilhx ia removing Bronchitis a disease when* .essme shan ban* b.
'law)Messrs. A.11. lohjmenry Harper, which threaten Southern institutions, we feelit Convention of 1848 'resolved "that the !I Arithmetic, per term The above with, which, if not speedily arrested, leads to law for the woderate am JlS! X'i-. V

;.ki A. Sift B. A. j 1e il. to be our duty forget all party .distinctions peapieoftbeSouthdonotask English ,Grammar.Compolition.udo.opJlu". It $ fpasmodit action for each. Warrant wb Vrbeobj.et .
t'lJmJt4 of'Congress to per term Po TheWtth. the bigheT consumption. aIlay of this B Uce kaa Er.. V

:pepper., | .di! and placing let ourselves upon be our who Constitutional i establish the institution slavery in any of branches of aD Enxhsh education, siabranng&D- changes the secretions, and by its.tonic and ;epportunity V of ,prr "" V V V $ r < V
rivalry V it'
rights our can
I cleat and modtfBHlttorjr, natural mental and alterative properties removes the unhealthy ;I
This coauniUee the territory tkat be acquired by wVnittd ; least possible expense. VV 55
reportedresolutions\ ap'pioba.tory may
best subserve the interest of the South. moral Pniloeophv,Botany Cbemirtrr, Geology and the is restored health: 5Tbeewishingtoeeei% ef Vdersigand
patient to
of the pl features of the Stated, They. simply require that tthetoric Logic aed-EvideBeea of
gen P. W. White Esq., being called addressed AitronomT, .silt. call at kti mt V
of the the iilw.bitantsof each:territoryf shall be left Christianity per term OT. .An additional charge Nixrscxrr*Matfc,NOT.11,1350.MtssftS. .' rOmp&S
Compromise plan 1bCoiflee of Thirteen meeting.A. V
free to determine for themselves whether the will be made for French Painting and Drawing. ;SaaM-Gentlemen I I wish to make'pa.blic V
; in preference to nbe : mmendation J. Forman, Esq., offered the following Each to be paid in adrasee.VV Bronchitis V
institution of slavery shall or shall not forma quartet V for the good of those afflicted with -
which be made to
of the Nashville ConvjxtioaIleging: theCompromise Resolution Resolved That in was accordance adopted: with. the recommendation part of their social system." And yet the MeBWU Applications-J. M. DanieL for admiarioa A. M.may Reed .1>. IL D. My wift, the suffered healing properties for twenty of months yoar Arsaparilla.in eoeh a 3aekveP.il :,

plan to ,.u ie great feature of the Nashville Convention, Nashville Convention,which for its assemblage Holland or the Ber.I. SWART Principal.- manner as is .lOt .esafly described; at times she 1N CIRCUIT V

- .Congressional at. #i n.' and the i we appoint Dr J. H. Verdier, and Col.. W. had the warrant of only 3,000 out of Jacksonville,,Aug._15. ,'1850. V was not able to speak above a whisper aid when gr1ig cmc ot4 *iiai. b.' V iiI
the of undertakes, to lbs cold air, it occasioned something 1Icx.
90OOO'voters Georgia exposed Cotrxrt otIT DOTiL:
i proposition of the 1. &eas sarren- E. Kilcrease County Delegates to'said. Con as ,Governor HAMMOSD of South Carolina "1r0TZCE.-AuhiersonIbsYlnt: elaimi against like spasms ia the throat the effect,f which was V ,..
'' ** i\ vention. JLl the estate of. Calvin .Read dee'd will present felt in the ears and eyes,causing tears to flow.- : LdV ? SN555J3JVj
; :dering,that feature. e th resolationby On motion of Dr. ILJarrot declared to decide what should .be done by them to the undersigned proved according The eomphUnt.attended.with a dry cough u V LH r V

.- reported the comt4li4ouows' : Resolved That the Southern Press newspapers the South-{"the people are to do whateverwe to law,within two year*,from the date of thi notice produced by tile constant irritation and inflama- : { ) ? V V f V

command_them")-has utterly repudiatedthe or the urns .will be forever barred by the Lion of the throat. By the use of-yo*r' Sarsaparilla appearing t i the atIstkt30 i V
10th. & is entitled
Tbat e; the Union, at Washington to the'support safe and wise doctrine of nonintervention. &&. ,AU persona Indebted to said estate are she.Was perfectly eared, it being new more by affldant filed,thai n .4saL Ia 4
z -and will do all ot ita dissolnjyet of the Southern Public. requested eome forward and make payment. than three month since the felt any symptoms of above entitled anna re4sIit $.s(

# lion except for Whilstj. t that when- On motion, S 'The Bill of the Committee of thirteen REBEKAH E. READ .' the disease. V V Honda,and beyond thSjencISCIt, :

.": *ever the booth \ she acts' Resolved That the proceedingVpf this in the Senate was framed upon this doctrine' !C. EMORY., Mnfr. Tours with respect V GECKOS(X Hoco. therefore, on motion4 of st4 V

and for meeting be published m the Florida -and yet it received the sneers of the majorityoftheNashvilledelcgatul V received from Mr. N. Griswold It EM&WA V
(Georgia pa- Aug.14, 185Ol54tax. Extract from alerter iOn/ereaCThata2i '
.meting with the : it oar pers and the Southern Press. V : W. }Harris a' "gentleman well known in answer the Bill of Complaii. f Gm.
dttty to yield < ; n1a. and On motion, the meeting'adjourned.D. Whilst we must: firmly believe ,that ,CoI1ectora.Notice. Louisa,county, Va. : V withia three months. ,.e U* WiIS M
UUlleJJ1a. voice of a of the people of Georgiais named of V V 5 VV *
majority places
east ia oar Iota whether it L. WHITE President. WILL attend the following eared of mine
I" "GenUemen-I hare a boy
.be foe weal or for j :$ i I ,. JAMES GIBSOS, Vice President.: this day for a speedy settlement difficulties Dan.I county Vfor the purpose.of collecting who.was negro attacked withscrofula .
with iSarsaparilla. I
jsabsfitute } on the basis of the Clayton Compromise Taxes U followi t At Co.John Broward',boaaci.ot1 your der,duly eertified by thO 1ik tS.s V
\After the R. E. GIBSON Secretary. the Coort ,and of a scrofulous,family.. -
; the .doctrine of th7 Bh day of AngBstJ > at ; published In ama t t0
&Date AdjU.5tment-the N. .1 V tJ
e in the town VounYIfljOflthIth. "Vows truly n Eastern .Circuit of Florida 5t4$ sa L.. J
Ccnmittee, 'DrJjnes en moved as noD.iD rvention""it 'of in Home Fredericks V*,'Ja n.I8'
is fact *
matter our 1I,and 31st day or AUIUR;na xiwrnasTuw, !, tiTtly for three month*.
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> preamble UtionaWhich Tar SKA Cow. The Charleston Courier view, lamentable, matter of fact,':that the ; Mr. William Thomas hoosejm e 2tt day of 'SARDS' :85tuAPAILI1-4t; : seems ,almost 3Xr V
says "The public generally,and naturalists Nashville doctrine Carolina doctrine 1850 at 'Clay flfflPreseottt ,- atMr."D.:<* V
; ;"trere reported-and adcKlhe224nltJ ; a previous -the September ; onneeeasary to direct attmtkm. to aa article so LEWIS Puotnav QenC1dIIV' VI
: '. especially, will regret to learn that this extraordinary the "Jim Cr0!" "turn about:,doctrine-the store on the Mfiayflf SepteinbeniatBinek well known and w deservedly popular as this I hereby certify tie abore to p aro .g .
:. oa g the pro creature expired early Compromise Creek- *fr. 8. BTbompsoflldOrS but patients often who,wisht.u. ad and entered eOeause V
.' yesterday doctrine (not in truth the Missouri GUs of September preparation; Order* V
'.--a :n4 rW'mI"t cItheNubtiB. morning. An anatomical examination of ,orthe compromise repeated,.at.the the at ,.4th.and G..8.Eme'7'days" store ea the 7th Maadarfjij day of the extract of;t5arsaparilla are'Induced .to'try I tajaid Court lbs OI V SV V V

Cocventioa.Peadtag f ___,. the carcase has beenmade by scientific. gentlemen annexation of.Texas but of V 36 deg. 30 min. | September; at St.John's Beach at the Post.:Office .V taming worthless little compounds or.ncme bearing or-the Yh the same of thisTaloa,;but eos ; 'laTestanonyjmyihaad- .- V V

the result of. which we would be with the of -by.,Congress .i oa the lOtadav of5eptember., V i think cannot confer and ; V : V
the pnside : f'tbe.motion enactment slavery jart that will attend theprecincts bleroot; and we we a greater
: to will be the time ] VS
'ioF'r happy publish, ,if furnished. IUS V V V
'We learn than-in their attention V VTByLT
z south of that tiue ) is fast ending strong and, of ooDectCo&rfor benefit on our readers directing
the i
Mr. A.; E.Lawtoo, oa | ie committee, that the skin and skeleton are 'pr .- fierce adTocateatn'ol\t iniidsL "This VV w the of the county WlO.V for purpose. V to the advertisement of tha Messrs.,Sands : V V
5 "
hiS from They Trill be objects of : .sngthetaxuforthe VV V another column .The bottle ha reeently been &e
rose expressed such of curiosity,to all.who, BOWDEN'
state of thing which concerns us; URIAH: with- V
VV enlarged ba hold quart,and those ws4!
take V 1
:resolntions a theequitable an interest in uch matters; and we to us- :3t" V V JlBroHrlit C., 'ia this 1 tJuilV. V V V VV V :
JU report regarded fees that it_does wem etrange, pasJKine .ang 1 : noah good an.Will and concentrated .V-Vf
bill ?' Ji? hope that they maybe valuable in a :pecuniary strange -Georgians;:should V COIK an:the medicinal ralne of thercot.: .-The experience f Otic : .;": VIVVAVLLVVSYOUOSIrS V
Compromise as to ,way to the gentlemen wholtook: .:euehpains : : : to :: of,thousand*has proved;it*efflcacy ia ea V V V VlL.VleertsznSlwomlaeer1V V
"' sent lsidVoU8ontkV.Cna V
' lie Sooth Be bad Le-.f::iI *Qr',of a set- and,was at great expense to'accomplish to .AV _WAS brought to the AHigator,; ring the various diseases for which it ireoom- V V ? Vl3.epbA:13arhi.eiorthe
Jta ?' "- a lead:which ,if steadiljr pursued;r.wiU;; :jlegtfntpfl the principle it'p,1Jnt de- capture. duct.:us, 'to'.& .disruptioa 'of:'the< Untort- i V' 'e'negro man who say hi* name Is COCK.HeUaboat .- other,perhaps, U this medicine weftO in preparing SVV

.."Cited such a1terationaea_ .._to be ob-. .d..e *will i 'find, ;ra'In' brief;apaceaftcr fi feet:hlgh, toot made, ando the system.for.a iup *t._.. parabte tbe first Of J
: ::. .r: ', FUST BALE or COTTOK.The Tallahassee i at; "Bepiwatioh., 'au jntenral :only :long toA Hay;; fai.lliddla V Florida-' .The .- 1MB.. V 1 sail note art endorsed iwnf V _ V VV
A-- 1 I' Floridian of the 3d- ewaerisre says: "The first bale for chivalry to6lrike -as;surely VV : ,'FiYE1l.. 80 f Ut 56-10L a
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- loJ 0 ; able of e*pugh the ,and take him away. ;-. ,, '. .5 VJitilcomby1s
Cotton in payexpeaaee
i n speech new market wUeatafdJbalaiWBl
J our or in any other the ouncOs -Tea1.
will '
mike-for oar
: : they apremacy ,,o'M..u. "Rr.O"1t't< n &* VI
far. V
lawpponof t < teso 1 .OtI4eported.| He BO as:wave seen; was received jres- I of 111eVminedfoestfourtethaUies.Sxjuthero'confederacy t4*' defer* : of
from the ;: AUg 8 hoto -. :gent.ShOW JcanJH: .;hicu; .,;ever *' .
terday ,
plantadoaf of"W: A .> tV -:'
' "_. that :3 Carr, rColat' '- -i"/j' ; V V5'5
; s the SoniL of the .l '. ,
M -0 Soreltk _
'Lake Esq. on Jackson and; ; '.-. ,, Cost p .i VV '
purchased Nuhril1e-ConTentioJl ',
: by "
: The position of the S V : ;'tIt'a."u UJdi', I VfAi: IS6O Ji V :
Cthiubfl11idi :
: imaaCaWwiia : 1nregadio James M.WUliam'EflqVat 12 cents ffWS .ub.crlbevwkbin &o abpoM..nda G U ,_ 1"" tlc auc.uao ,
; Quat. If.4baelegates .
. in our,T e.wf.i< notpAIy"iong.but; i-i, the baa paaMd to makeroomJr r.i jJV x.. : ; r ; I. 't' __' :
the ground t4eo$ the North in ity "middling fair." good*below( NIbS V : ; _': V
.. 'C. V on thatoccasin.eutefl4.; any Mi fatt atoelc.aaa eoneluded to asll the 186 lobt 1Mt"a boMb ot Serape.rHh&nu4wa1tV VVi ',.
,yW iolliedmis5ttMSeotbengrouid OfM4OU Theinterference rfMBIMMM MHP M i > MMMMMHV* hope of the cootihuaoce Cthe a0U remainder offeia stock m hand,at J'IU'f..C, -M to-r--W' ; iplL u :

G&gaKeas hifUllCMUi V thoM to thenuehe witk.NI..YI .eIri:;. balsto V: $ _ 'I' t V
i. a, ) Sch.J ,of., fit :Mr.Fter1r rub in the extreme;?' Qfl4 w1tIIIN; mrpply sleep 544 I V V _4 V VVV

".e-dMri, of' fcompromiseofnents ; i1i wY orklor.Jwsonv: ; UeJ Jth: promise* a .of&emqn t:*eV4oantcoaIn. .$ Irt mCol ri MAngart are W.WM..P..DEW InI$64 10.aD .l.'fJJ, tI' V : -.;" ..' :f',

w ';, 1'- ,fi i was.:dismantled:(probably-dismasted) ;} ;Rea4y alwa'. -'-to.,*. -ttlCOn. ;1"th5t'. VV, ,,. _, ..., _.. -' -,. .. '.. .1It 2IL ; :t -
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I t"E.i !I.t.J aiid wentashore Prout's Island, 20 miles ..--.we.A1. .'..ouLI. .f I0..' .rt "corr.< # "'Aki. Fcoerro .;:Atttrmn.taTreizbala.ssFani.. ';:

- i4e jIardZ : the north. of Cape Charles':!8tbQ Mthe.late < '.eaaet aaditfew: *,beali U l E'.. ana l..1ftd.D..iP., :TIt.'jf.,k '.c"JWe beteIt.. io., ... ..: ,
tare .. ,.
Jfre i iad rin tb8Dlee1rn of ttocountrr.{Bat we 1-., : had msed neariy bottiea,.1. V V ii _ ____________ 'Ir ;' V ,
: flAf ; ever*galerhe afterzremaifung;pit .wed..,, ,n.,D.1'8IIiIbo, Mhe 1 I' _ VVV ,4r. : l. -,.V VV
]7 ia upthu J: wrMl.6 da .WU.>,'eJ.G .by, the condemn the call,oftCongrew; to probrbit 1 .''" ;' 'it
MF: warmly- schf;;. Fanh1irRandolpb.BoMoa- North (toeaaet stovey.Soutb4of the:lies 'ff, $.A. : ,:, had bee,'.I.ibara not 'fJ 11 a. PfSUPCOKJ.r : <> VVi

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?1 --: TUtZSDAY. AT t' The above J.tik] 4ftn ot bspirehasedsthstoreaaI1etha1hrcCdoflatseanb.; ; $A ,, i; ;Ioeuga 4 :;ef#2s.s4i f .MW"2% sa4uvstNs ,
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: i _._. Sth r IEfBUBSCRIBEIllwouldfresjectfulljf.
r JL.SSfQrni the citizens QfL4ackanvflI0antt iurroui1ng WILLAiiVnoZL, Anixx,
;! E2I&L'2jH' .jim payable ,iAn entirety disUnct om that'fle4ieav.Iiaibecrjbers core '
I : ; ; S : eo8ntryir thai es ad1ru JwsIs'sd
: to t8ke tilL tce5Of..the; wile, .J', ) *-*asslstet b7****W Uiino.twu sell ok Continues to give his prompt attWitiofi to the'arjrangemeijt -
I tIkI bgt1iePI34t i for.the'reoepUori Pupils' "' tabllahaoetit wilhft view to floods at Jmsotw ; ; the lYcIhsI4. the tdI cts th*
range of p miumsT IlheirTlhe ubove/.ofi'ewj. r; opened of on"the second 'nlnjble' te better EefoWCon '
-' '' rates, believing'that penny and prosecution exclaims -. .
t .t&b.aLIi1f43; etoe ueexptrsionJ those.' Monday in Jannary last.- : -' 5C't-i (
w* bowposO. He 1
Than-s slow shilling Tcoeived'rand *
J ht : ETery.ttembefof a rSa.ny subscriber in I; FrotaftkucwIedgeofrMrrandMrs.tlartsdn's; constantly receiving; the MOST: fAsatoynvut and 1 gress p.f ftny.flf the EKecutlye;, Depaitmentavr

aayjOthcr.iray.'Bhall iach'boeBtitled to'the four '8Tperiori.q! aIiflcationsj'a' well as from the most LATEST aryLEof'anCy ant Stapl.Dry Clafmslirisin j'rt tncReToTntf6flar 7TTfr Vor'.MexIcah oa*but the O VC OiXl .OZJDLft fM

aq Q co twelTeUnAr Rebuke following "Christ.beautffn} orrplttr8l Over-Jerusalem lates:'"Cbflst's ample success and;the satisfactory Trustees'of testimonials this:Seminary of thel embrace?former, 000dtto witEngIisl S frarajf Invatli, itevoiuUpnary,ilalf';- rowasend'sarpiL'aisgaa' _'!" /"', .'.'

?4 PM CeuWtoieyer' b 1 'TheitO aiaryaat Weeping'IJ tfepuiSHe," anatnerpei; ikpportn1t7breeommenamg:Uto the e6nsid- 5anti'Ath aw lifGn4bains-; pay; ** Wi4OW8' Pensions? ?! -?{ T i f 'Arni ; his u lfYFe t *n "-' hsiei&

ratIon of tiarenU and gtwrdians who nitty be desirous %VhIte and J redHMusl jiIili Land crrpv'unde tans*thy mot oV.at i .
I ;rp M'retIiez-I ar thcreeof) 5t.Pet %"FKvr.' 4 V of Chambrays; ; ..or. laWOfECb3l,
Premiums are onlsentwbe.subscript1onaarGIremitteddireet ; giving theirjdAughters or wards thor Embroidered Muslins Linefl Lawn( f ,. j '5' 5 S e'j
r ,Miytnt Ii ongh and.refined educationThis'Institution.laloealedinth:' .- : ; ; l&ff/orjanjpsV,11, nTaragesof layand ,
14'publisher.-.-, ? and Bateze Li C4 Handkerchiefs- itiaa ii-j-?
Silk Tipsiie
; Voinateer 'daini-for '1'
itt:. exoet1m! ? $iu ;1ng arunning account TheJy'tBok50plcont: eTerhunredgoodengravIngst' / immediafeT- rtii -; *;: ,
cinlty bf the tiHag of Madison Coitrt House Silk and Cottonirandkerchiefs1 41znli.11r'I
d Ex.
$tL. QCb) {for reyion*to publl- ; j. ; of the most
j>Postma tcr8,'.audi;others;"pending elp1ba will ddllghtfuLn.bealthyo5itli* .Cotton Gloves Lisle, Spun Silk and Silk Do. ptnse*incurred by Volunteer*i before being niua a;
1 Wqn4 tft" f ,,,-i > j oblige erymuch-byhftving them ll addressed ..fipftthem dpuntry,! having'ja; popnlationjof-.high White and. Colored Hosej ot:4S
Lr.rioisati nsf moral' an4 *
ait4 : ( their-remit equal any, the 05 ;
'govern to }t 1sno Inconvenience toThein and
one name. United State..' "/ : '' ...: : NaIf.1 ie and .Teamsters"claims I ,
I e following ratesY' j wilLbe a'greai favortomums1oietcwns.sen tos.- Brown ; f forinesVsailors', S
c ::' InthlsInStituttop thow1io1e'eou-z&t iftstiraoitlonwill Shmings'and'beetings: &O.V&0 ( '. 15Lit5t
\ 1 tc. atfreic n published BixWntis ing 'he*large' be thorough J"and* the pupils will not be BleachM-! : : 4m;' ;-Y S

: ; *e4.; '. 4.1OQO permitted topaai aver.hnyBtndy.without intimate Irish Liens JkljCravats-\Cbo'red! 'JDo.j Haring all .the. forms'necewary'foVa roper 5' 5- 1

; -;: T g'1r k 1500 The- town sending us the largest number- of; the acquaintance with the with itThi, *will be"epeeiwly : Table pama&k's: Scotch'Iapef; .5 ..i''' presentation- claim; together'with the' rules '

r iet:4to4: 4a : tor3, -. w <00; mail subscribers.J85Givfllboi entitley to theLady's Sect of Mathematics cane ,In exceedingly thtfVdift'erent important branches sub fet Swiss and Cambric Muslins;;. \ ;;,,, and regulation governing;th'd difierent Departinentr -S. ______

.ii:" iiitrauon', ,5jOO Book for 1S51 gjitis receive;and the next in nnm-the which ""pupil will be thoroughly.drilled; and re BaVd Do :!Striped Do.-;; [ : 1 ti ; he is prepared" to undertake all claims; of T
berchsnbscribprshalli/ any pnqjpf; : -
?c Per Bomouncemeiit tei i&tesforuee, .S 00jll.leHnsde above plates. quired to give .the reasonsfor"each atop in'every 'White anJColored.Beilin Cords; .;n f % what kind soever1 that 'require the services

tntt unless the same 'Address': > L.-A GODEY' ,. alou1ationI ToejClasses'ln-j/usiCi: nrawing.'PaiDtbg, t/'j; .. .(* Trimming of ev 3cscrlptionj;< ;' I.-5 ? of Agency a> th!*place'. ;

I, bb .oiptxI d iii aount charged. ;. ,. '113' Chcsnnt street, hiladeIphia.jau171y Work.'and Embroidery, will be n der the immediate *- Cologne; French Extracts; H 'PartienlaVattentioffgiven 'to the proper settler _

S itt ei r Tate"beneflt will be= :; care'of Mrs/artson$ and tlera Is no institutionVNerth Pearl, Gilt/and Bon .Bnttons; : ; ment of Quartermaster accounts.;.' *-' '

or South'wherethee blanches) are Coat's And Lee'a Spool Cotton; ,
: 'Mechanical,Art* undS 1.ie tanght more,thoroughly or floientUically.'. ""- '" l gnftey eam
!' j41srriage notices,will 4..The strictest attention will be paid to the jnoralandgeneral Mosquiio Netting; V claimed, and't&.e extent of.service*required'. ._

b.p4bli$1ed g&ULi ,{ iiA'PLETO &'tXX, NEW.YORX : : :deportment fof the'young ladies; Fringe, Gimps'and.Edging- : : AU communications, to'Injure inaertlpn.mnst ; : Tftprid

1 *' HAVE IN COURSE OF PUBtlCATION' while,at the same time,every thinr of a sectarian With every,'variety'of Gooiaa sliafly kept in be postpaid. 'deq 4-tt 4irsw4'aiP T.r ,
I J Cjunmunicatie'nsrmt: >ost pMd. ,
influence win boa carcfullr avoided. : Drv Goods'Store. Persons wishing ,to>'*cur- 'OLD DRJYD1i TOWNSP
Parts: Price Tifehtv-Fite 'Cents eacL- .
fx will well 'call examine for them 5 5 ,
t ? The scholastic! year of ten monthk)s divided into chase, do to and S ,' ,
'.j.jJ 4 ,* .e ; cLiPED.e -. Dictionary two-session* of, fire: months each. ,Th. first session selves. :James.W.-Bryant, '

1, s&ucoIFr99t OF MACHINES, MECHANICS, ENGINE eommenced on the.second Monday in January : WILLIAM P, DEWEES. ,ATTORNEY AND CouN8ELLon-AT-i..rwy -. SarsaparH

.. Mz ; PERIODICAL.liQrabam's4zthe WORK, A.NOt ENGINEERING; and.to end.before the second Monday in'June, AprillS, 1850: : ly"Roller win attend to'ProfcsBional businosa In the CourtJof ,Old> Dr.Towoauai 4viut O yam o ale, ts4
The second to. the second Monday kHow .
commence on baa Ion been a; tb4 4JTROR aid Di1Y.SZRZR
Designed for; Practical,Working Men and in.July and end before the second Monday in the Eattern Circuit Florida, and in the Fed of the OVULfURlQL&4I.7Gfl7(

185O.KH.I > those,. intended for the Engineer- December.. (Pupils can enter at-.any time,'and T.VANCES : era! Court ,for the Northern pistrici ofiIor1da. srJfn &RS4I'A1Ztl"I BS5 lOOT b5 wsEsose
will be until the end of the term. S r Belled to limit US IP 5a1ta
Profession only charged It
!! -- M ;ing SeaIslaixt1 .Coitori Gins.fmhe' Auo Aovd been kepi out orm4ketI h.ml..eIienaHs4bs se
1er4T Jan. Pupils derive advantage, however,by'enterine ,
"Graham's"hil for
1ir _J fpleridld pea wartha.4 knows IspIt
-EDITED BY OLIVEH BTRKE; ' those only & !wvti ,
at the of the for Business la the .State
4 mary,bos take* ihole corotry' ror- beginning term' Subscriber toinfornith&planters general respecting had rec4 W't 4'* o'ss asnvtketssg,
.) .MgkRThtzM1ad4rbaaI-ft78 stood; in Foitnerly Prpfeuor''of fathematicCOttigt of Young 'ladies pursuing tht full course will' re b'ec' .tliave grant* and donations of lands, and the location a* thn e person*}irb} l,4bet heated .(tore divas
% literary excellence *k'.I pk4>ral beauty,in circula- ,Civil Engineers, London* Author and Inrtntor ccive diplomas or certificates graduation JL! of Sea Island Cotton and the pub- thereof. ant ssvcifwoaderful liOKll, ltsexesli.a.
I 4M sIeat&tIonUbMIlwon already for 1850 of the "Calailiu of.Farm,",. "Tlie- corjnsi or lio;that Le can supply them with his double and or selling ;rf 44 -
rrtTnT "
4. md"mere'& *ndW laurels in the loud New and improved System of Logorithmt --' single ;- ALSO AGENT It:2ttThc1: o.
J. Del. ," "Tht Elementt GfEiZdid The course of study is divided in five classes.- SKA. ISLAND HOLLER.COTTON GINS.5 S k4. hsI he. bCe dill
i 'Which-oomefll rom; every quarter of the :;. ? for;the, collection ;of Claims : tho: United Knowfn?, isajr aFt y ,
i *M by Colors,". ttc., ttt.rrUIIS.WORK -TheStudie* 'of*the* 'Juvenile Department, lire Nodoubt is longer entertained they are best vpon science and expnlei, 144 aa anicle watch.wo

4..nt P it EJitifUj- January number i* Spelling, lleadicg-Writing, and v .Mental Arith- Gins in use,'and the .Subscriber flatters himself, iBtafcg.fbr Military'otherBerrices, pensions, .be of 'laeaUnlaUemenna n44gI.; mankind,wh.a :ih
is of contafnJL metie. ,' .: the satisfaction he'has for the supplies 'famished.Volunteers for* would be (ttnIs 19 bri g U Into*aaivmotl
: already exhustedijnpJ { a* our supply was largo 8vo. size, : 1 from general given and hones or notice, when Iu!1nuzI4ttie l rlrtoe woald b* kewtw >
; 4 tbOILt *e'liave beK4, sa I Itfmwrf a-A'SKCOTID EDITIONs lug nearly TWO THOUSAND PAQES; upwards .First CZaw-Readinr, Spelling, -.Modern Geography hut seven years, he will receive their support. other property lost,"for which the'.llnitcd :States .and appracUteiU '1iBDDlied fit coBoetUie.saeau an.

dfffmc* t* KJUT* i Jr w&eVofltalttreto The vast in- FIFTEEN hUNDRED PLATES, and SIX uovsuwooDctrT8 ,Grammar, Writing,.and Arithmetlo.' >Prices low, and the Gins made of the best materials isliable. : thU 4 -l.i I ;

C % uilpsnllefled* list of robbers It 'will present/workingdrawingsand Second Cfass-Arithmeti* concludedElemen- and workmanship.; 'GRAND.qdVDl Tqatw.Er pacr RATTO*

[ Bribers, enable thef ublinadena to promise their descriptions of the most important machines tary Botany jU/cdern Geograpbywith the use of BOXES AND BRUSHES .. Address Jacksonville.East Florida. I* manueWmu4lIhe14.Arz&4caZe.saJ* tolafld.Mtweiat asu.4 **
{ succession fin.jsfters of beauty and exas in the United States ''Independent of tho results the-Globes,'.Pursing. Exercises, History.of the for sale cheap- and Gina* repaired at'the lowest throughout the If n; }*4 tbrdLh orthe
-, It Is found Zicb J 1r i&jeaeraUo or dMMtominr
i. ly >
United States Watts the Mind Jlhetoricol -
:. ,can eqi tiled by no periodical of American ingenuity, it will contain com, rates.- : :
% treatises Mechanics Heading,'Spelling- Defining.. S XgenfrffVitLEtosoA S S Philip, Frazer,. '
plete practical on ,Machinery hulks yours: .T Improves whi
Thow Who have ija4jjqcn the January numfa Engine-work, and Engineering; with,all that is Junior &udies-Algebra, Geogrflphy of the -& ACOSTA,Centre village, Ga.MfMFORD ATTORNETiaCOUNSELLOlAT; LAW; Ud sever ehsDzl*.405 Srthe letter; becaBie U srtha 'pi.ps5red .
t- '. \. biernee4 zio usupn a excellence; and for useful in more than one thousand dollars'. worth Heavens, Worcester'History, Analytical Botany &;hARRIS, r* icitijii f (/ t bf'a ..iiitEa ms.
.' 4 wh bat*.not ] >jfefcr-affording. the un of folio volumes,magazines, and other book ;Parsing in the Poets,*Reading,Essay-Writing, ,N. A. ILiEDEK, Savanrah,Ga.' JACKSONVILLE, TLA., highest knowledge 4bt4latr7, and latest av

prejudiced;and unE4eItqTaLe of others. .The The great object of this publication is, to place (daily) Composition Writing, ,B. F. SMITH, Charleston, b.O.R. Swill attend to any professional business entrust arias niche art.baT feI) ta broughtIawftquisido

preit&OmonacheUtepnblie jytacuuntr{ to the other before practical men and students such an amount &nror Stu&nts-Geometry,Algebra concluded R:'REED & Co., Palatka. E. F. ed to hinr in' the Courts of the Eastern Circuit the an&etnra bfsaparUIa the (Dl $ rasla Thee,.

: yo Ironouneing Graham's of theoretical and scientific knowledge; in a con Trigonometry, Chemistry, Logic, Intellectual 8. D. THOMPSON & Coy Black Creek; E. F. I and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has iaayinedIcnat root,il i titu II k: iiwm sndtjooi in medical properties men.coeIsJ which*

Maraifawtebe the1end most beautiful pcUMM densed form, as shall enable them to work to the Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, XatnraI 11hiloo- ;T. O. HOLMES & Co.i Jacksonville. E. F are inert or osein, aad Htbe$ t, which If retained !*
riMleg that ha ev *etU8iied|; in any country: best advantage, and to avoid those mistakes phy,' and Latin, (optional,)Daily Essay Writing,, PATTERSON & Kixa, Burnt Fort,Ga."A. also mch'advantageous connection with an prepariif U fiu* pr r&ca-firaumtatint sad i iM ..'4

i For SS1VtIIIeCurjI; IM faith of our vast body which they might otherwise 'commit.- The Composition, General Review of Studies. A. DELoRME.Darien, Ga., able Lawyer'at Washington city,u win ensure wblcit U injurIous b) Y.teaif .Some of the prop-

4' efcmbseriberf, w IjfeUtmBy ,,as well.as* defy the amount of- useful information' thus brought together PRICES OF TUITION. Jso. S. FYLEn& Co. Beaufort S C. a and speedy, collection ofe 'claims as' Be of 8anaporiia 4e i > fcrfafithat they eaOnlr.
4 effort*Ot eoini&itoaround us. Every at- ia almost beyond precedent in such works. GEORGE L.'BROWN,Newnansville E:F. vaponta and are los Haq\ pn ntlot,If they are ao<
t.2 ienpt to steal the Lt4n' kb, by L"our imitators, Indeed, there is hardly any subject within its Juvenile Department'per sea.'of 5 month$10 00 WM. DELL, : >'- may be placed ,in his,hands, against the United preserved by a aiiiea4js rw3,knowrn only to UCMtare.
First Class ," 1200 -. .' Moreover tr.. .
wh' -Id be diseomfitting to I : S experieaced IB iu e.
: ptea.eei& roar which is not 'treated with such'clearness WJITERMAW Ocala E. F. States.
: ,
range Second Class 1 .". 1300 tile w titlJtkm By frineifltt.
.,3 anj ihing short of tU" mc t brazen pretensions. and recision,- that even* man of the most ordinary Junior Studies, ,, ". 'U 2000 .1., V. PEARSON, Orange Springs, E.F.Co.King's : Sept. I, l&UMy.a. ,under beat, n $lv jfeiy s4.Ua1 vutiiiat-frrftrijii -

; 3EWAID4L14U' PRIMICM.j capacity cannot fail understanding it,and Senior Studies ",' 2300 A.-DUSBAR & Ferry and Trader* tie,of the root, whk t wii:aU Its value. ,'
thus learning from it much which it is important ."- 2500 Hill. Any person e=n Uiark Tor" I4 sevth., root dll tbeypf *
la, and splendid Music on Piano/ S 'p.ATTORXEY SANDEUSON
large '
: for him to know. ". 500 THOMAS VANCE. colored I nqnijL (vli lirt\U\ pure from the i c4eag
.Iuttlnteagr2Th ;BiiN, making a most exqui- Use Instrument; i'.t atur In the rooii ihh ii (auli thiac abe they sea
.l From the'annexed list of the ." St: Marys Ga., Way SO 1850.. ,tf. AND COOKSJELLOIT AT LAW- say ;
sit.i pIereforpar'orJd7, is offered to any principal authors Drawing andPainting,, ,5 1000 I then strain this !uid djc fcapUl liquid, sweetaa wltkilt
a 1- $mleriber.. Tha(? peifcum is far ruperor to I and subjects comprised in this work, it is self-evi Wax Work and Eml/roideryreach, 10 00 HAVING removed his office from Colombia tour motuzesZ4 )lec' lt "SARSAPAVLLAEXTRACT

1anyefferedtl wher *i- dent that all citizens engaged in the practical and French, Spanish, and Italian,' each, 10 00 Jacksonville.Female Institute. to Jacksonville/ Thwal County, or SY I f.'f C ut snei ia o tth. MtteJ
; useful arts,etc., derive essential advantages 5 known as the ", !1. '
.-4 % .,-4 n4 d- may It will.be perceived that $23 00 per term is the respectfully informs his friends that hrf has associated -
..-. from the possession and study of this publication GENUINE OLD !OUJACOB TOWNSEiD'3
Es bi1. ; .
-- highest price that can be charged for.tuition1 in rfliUE Committee Direction baa adopted S "
with 'him in the ofLaw Us -" '-
; F.r Tlree Doliar4 i itt $ cvance, (par money in the following may be especially designated: tho Literary and;Scientific-'Branches,: including ..n_ ,the following regulations: practice SAl43AtARILA. :
I State from wh ikmitted,) one copy of Millwrights; moulders and boiler makers; artificers the Ancient Languages.' ,, The Scholastic Year ia to consist of four term brother, S.. W. SA DEESOX. This b so prepamldttiaf tfc* Inert propertM ofO*

} d&.eopyqap in brass, copper and tin; cutlers jaud workers The Institution will be supplied with Chemicaland of eleven week each. '. The firm will be represented at each and ivory BonapartUarootar fritftmov*l, every thiac caaahl*>
of becooiint acid or,)f fiinenaon, i* ztneted
; *S! AH30"?AiyaiiiUnguiahedtC PRflT, ofsteel in general; carpenters; brickmakers; Philosophical .A paratn, and a well assorted Orthography( ,Heading"Writing, and Arithmetic Term of the Circuit Court in the several Counties rejected; then every Mrti a iljedleal virtuS to xtaml
workers in ivory, bone, and horn; civil engineers, Miscellaneous ,'- term, 4. The. above, with English -',and that H to smidstist
: jrtf r.-and which may.be Classical, Historical, Library., per of the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of to a pure and eoncenie45tm.
railway contractors, and contractor for earth Grammar and term $5. 'The- and.hc's
beautiful i Geography, per Incapable of losing *IT.S. IIIjY&IUSSbW;
.dered.en. tbj sax. s specimens ot work and of architects IV. II. Vocal Music tanght to oil the pupils Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the
j masonry every description; S '' above,with the higher branches of an English ) Supreme properties. Prepare.ljja wfcj.lt Is mad the 1
4 art STPTtSItitd "magazine publisher.suitable and bridge builders; builders,master masons, and without charge., : education, embracing-Algebra-Geometry, Ifisto-. Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. powerful tjent in thei, -- -- -

And sI.OaneWa444U1" engraving bricklayers; ship builders,masters of vessel, ship One-half terms of tuition are considered due in ry, natural,mental, and moral Philosophy, Botany Core of ioirnBeace erntole d1aeasei,
: forj&aming,of a SntimiKG Subject, carpenters, and,others connected with building advance,or the whole at the middle of the term.; Chemistry; Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, Augustine. An business entrusted to their care > the reason >h *z eo.m.adaUns ow

Till: I IPranfum' R TO THE TOMB, vnd docking ships; block and pump makers; hemp Scholars from abroad ran obtain board either Logic, anti Evidences of Christianity-perterm, will receive prompt attention. every aide In Its ftvor yy ePn,wimeaand ckiItheu.flndLsdonwonders3cure'oU ..

bieIts&expreIaly! d4t ? very heavy cost, as a dressers and rope makers; manufacturers of linen in the family'of the Principal, or in private families SG, Each quarter'to be 'paid to the Treasurer, Address J.P.-& S--V/SJIXDEESO, Jacktontiile CVXSU.SJPTIOX.LiflPW! and LirXR: : .COJ9-:

r Gift to c'trMaratineOrifd uiscribers to Graham's and cotton fabrics; _manufacturers of spinning in the town. in advance.' Zhtval County, Florida. Pl nUfT and ia L1J.iLTJ&V. SCROfVI-M.

I we will furnish in lien machines, roving machines,.card breakers and II.. \V.PARJIAMORE, President. The Scholars will be under the careful instruction Jacksonville.Jan. 17, 1850." tf PILES, COSTITEXK.TICJfS .an foTJjezo vs cttur
g efeiUierof.tlieabovi1t a complete set of our finishers, drawing, frames, willows and pickers, "W..A. BRIXSON. of an experienced Female Teacbef., ( PIxPL3ril,4cTaFsed aflactiow*,
1iC1 1 ; etc., connected with cotton,flax, and wool machinery Provision has been made for instruction In Latin arising froai t, S 4 '
J.1 calcndcrers, bleachers and calico printers and Music QTJEEPT MelKTOSH, -'
; SJ; B. THOMAS French, Painting and Drawing, ThWUBIT QTflZBLOOD.
: XZ.IC.&X ILRoEJoT! fee UTE WAR WITh ;cloth folders and measurers, and persons interested D. II.'MAYS. for which additional charges will be made.- ATTORNEY LA Jt* It pooe S o-watvttionr4nk1Ip iajUI compla&tt sat

4P'fP. in sewing machinery;,anchor and chain Trustees. The first term commences on the 8th of October WILL- attend the Circuit ConrU in the Eastern tag from Imiigtstin ftnft 1cily.ftha*O.m.h.e-se.
; II 1S.
.. ; cable, manufacturers; cutting and turning tool February next. Haeqpal circulation,, natt B of blood to the kcwt.
4 Far JTreDoari'oiXtpies toy one year,and. makers; pin and needle makers; nail and rivet Applications for admission are ,to, be made to Circuit; the United States District Court'at St. p'tpimilf.n of the heash,c (e6t nd hands cod ekU7
'1 copy of either ef t to each eubscriber.lipies '*rd hot Hashes nyr 3 $iJ' 'll has imc Its qni te
makers; bolt and screw-bolt makers; nail cutters, the Committee of Direction. Augustine; the Supreme Court Tallahassee} Scu.
For Ten'Dallan, for one year, and Madison Male Academy. Sud co15s: 4n&onitqaa easy .zpaetMtatlwiefOe
coiners leather dressers and carriers manufacturers J. il.DANIEL
; ; ,
r Postmaster and prosecute Cjaims for citizens in of ,
a otbe1aps1etpie. or per- any part and oie penpintln hwjvieaea
copy of and small candle makers II. D. HOLLAND
great arms 5
; eoa forming,4bff'ut t4I.either of the above biscuit and cracker guns makers; lace;makers; ribbon; mulE Exercises of this InstItution were A. M..REED, .. L Florida against the Government Vv'ashington, tlirnat, nd every oth'$t' '
But In "w IIIUd maalfiftir
f Ptrti to each subscriber. nothing' mor s.f.
I PrInts,1entDa4'j4I4even< > Copies for one weavers; stone cutters and marble masons;dyers, Jo. resumed on the Second Monday tf January of Committee,of Direction. either before Congress oral tie Depart menU.. acknowledged thA id 4'! knds and stagea of. J
For last under the superintendence and direction S
t '
year,and a copy of tuhef Ti Mt rfr. {XJ-: ADDEESS, Jacl&ntille,East floriJa.May2 .- imu : cQM1LA1NTS.
4 cheese manufacturer; crown, crystal, anil plate It works wonders:lea4' afJTiwr 415e:or Wliu.ilig .
I tU mtraiti to eac &utifcHber,and a copy of thee of Mr. Gaulden'iicspiseityal 1850
bia From a knowledge Jacksonville July 7,18431. ,
makers boilers and refiners with College. .
1o the glass ; sugar proprietors .ftha 1 *h,(1Ass-cta$ $apprsia. ii tent/al
the sending
: S$4 tjror person of sugar plantations; manufacturers o a Teacher,! derived from experience Jfnwe 1vvrgis1srif 't 4lo me4rui periods.an4 lh.
vith seopy c ) i f the large Prints as an railway, bar, round,ribbon and rod iron; wheel and triit during tho quarter of the last year just iske; and La as CsctiiMI< !SttrlSjt all the Lrais ofkid
.A4ftII@aIpremuun. 1 closed, dwell as from the most ample and satisfactory OSCAR II A R T,, Disew.t'S '1 L' -
axle, and spring makers; engine drivers and per 1 am a man;and deem nothing which relates, tft say -
4 .oi&, For rt op; eftw ice of those forming sons connected with the locomotive generally; testimonials,of former success, the Tru1 man foreign to my feelings." ..ATYORNE1- COUNSELLOR AT,LAW, By TDOVI5 OIOIIWt anti reuletng the gassati
,U tone atf fj'jrtBath to UM whola body.
recommend t system gives i
tee of this Academy unhesitatingly
t.i flvbt mntdidjx ittft, other Publications engineers and captains of steam vessels;managers it to the consideration of parents.and guardians Touth t31a'iood. ILivixo been obliged to abandon>his intention aod thus cures alt font cIll.' ) .
izjjd.: {t tp of stationary engines; lumber dealers and owners those thoir -- himself to the Neirous dii a s'and debility,'
; who may be desirous of placing under -ii--.itiii AViGWOUs'LiF of leaving .Florida,',will devote, ,
mills ,
of saw veneer cutters owners planing machinery
One eopy ef the Msf ztoe>!and One of the Satar4y corn; millers, and ; connected with charge in A' situation offering Inducements I .OR AIremature -' ', practice of his profession throughout the Eastein and thus prevents Bliws 4 gre t..varietyJfrlfi .f reae esber
; ftOnvii
persens I
-a* SincJir,1Uieat
PostSf l/t/r Dillon.OB and moral and inEellectnal *
r of location high -
: Death.SINKELIN .
( *of the Mazaik* aafliTwo of the Post for bolting and bran-separating machinery; tanners, I culture inferior to no other in the .South Circuit Florida. .Business.entrusted to ,bim Ddlce'Sz..usisf:Fjy4 F1t4 /.MaJ,Jtc.It ..
and elennse the Wort MM he liver to -
and persons using grain-enelling threshing { j | kaattky
v&JveDdZaii.: tI buhl workers and etc country. 'Students may be, prepared'at this will receive his prompt attention. .tones Uia sloiMil),. ad sfres Ruud dIgSSIIOaTS
machinery; carvers, engravers, ON SELF PRESERVATIONiOnly'
Three copies of th_ ,Mi!* lino and Four of theo ornament maker in general;persons employed in Academy.to .enter ,any jCoHege ia ,the,,Uti ci Jacksonville,E.; F.,Jaly 25th, 1350,. naes"the bovreK of*tpd taI.cou'UpszIon.l 'aJav siaammatlue. >
Po tfor.7b %$.)t the of makers of and States.M .' S5> Cents.nnbf t ,porifio t* nj., (i UI5OZ Use elri5tadss '

You copies of theft J and Two of the Post lead manufacturing tubing; linen and gas straw; paper makers copper; ship S The strictest attention will be pi to the moral *:Book- ,just published;is filled with- useful [ the stthe body bkxxl aae pr.iJuci the 1 l.esjtd.1erelniiosLraIazes&Iitriclures tie iarmth squall afl.sss"

I for Tt* Dollar* it* harbor others interested in ofthestudcnts..ltis the Trustees 'ti information the.'infirmities and diseases IS1IcLtND"SCOURING
Mzztt4andNine of the Poet owners, masters, deportment by ,ou and tightn jaiovos all obttntetimn. aa4'
: iesoftbe dredging machinery: well sinkers; astronomers, and the Teacher TVt.Academy Is located within of the Generative Orptins. It addresses itMl ESTAflLIS'ILlflIE'NT invigorate. the cadre Wn2u. j-seem.' UaotlblatkaaBnteaa

: 4 ;1eDdk2'- ;; ft philosophers, and others using philosophical aparatns the immediate Trinity of the-rillago of Madison alike to YOUTH MANHOOD and OLD AGE The medicine bvriezalnentIyced!,

t U- 4 -ivir--.- t4'EttOTOWN.! and instruments; 'miners, engineer*, and Cour-1Lo.'jnorneac-wbich. r.good. boarding. To all.who'apprehend or'suffer,under the dire ,Ar<>. T3 YORK. STREET S' aoynfIhesjtjsbeaidoJ.Towsssd'a<
f r
r I -tIno- Pest Office oIpit6wn P-I4b' in the Union,from others interested in pumping engines; persons interested may i ;obtained on most reasonaoie terms., j.no conseqncncci'ot early prolonged indiscretions (REAR; OF TI1& cQUWLU9UE,) ktferiorart'etel Tbifrbp iia'. qad 'a.5 -bsCOMPABED'VtI'Il
r siic cf b- I in canals and aqueducts; warehousemen, tolastio year will be divided into two sessions offire to all who feel the exhan4ive.effects of sedentary SAVANNA11 EO. 'fHE.OLD DR'S, ,
greatest n
ii whkk we shall reeeifift ttjr ? others dynanoa each. The first..session commenced and baneful habit -to all who in addition, to '
1'- eriben.t9t'Grabta't Magatine,". during the and using hydraulic presses' months toeavM of en* GRAIL) 1CT' ibat She oae to INCA
?h ol 1830 and the cranes-jack'sereWs;- common andS\ ? 'cranes; on the second,Monday in January last, and will declining physical energy,are the victims of>ner 'TABLE of DETERK1 ao aaa"-- '
the C Jinuary.
K Tear between ; $ worker in,metals and alloys.tj 'pUito workers; end before the second Monday in June.. The second Tons and mental debility and moping and.mel '
: 'c Tlrrt ef January,1S5 (tl ejMsgawne to be mailed ueelwrights the second Monday in July Dr.'K would tie 5'5 .NESItU.S
ew S'SrniuoCtuKrs clock makers to commence.on ancholy despondency ; gay his thanks to his friend .for .
,.svekPOst Office;by to st cnbers through it,) RETURNS while the other DOEII a4ra farasiiei',sad 11''
k.t ; before the second Monday in
and horologists, etc., etc., etc i and end or' Frkbsy has received since he commenced '
k 'ibaflb entitled tr .* aofttiiruanee of the whole ,REAITIIISBOOL : 'If LAa h.tSls eoItlJg Blnte-Tratramu:theses; M .
The publishers have expended a large sum p- December,thus allowing,a'short-vacation at the business in this city in 1832,and would state to his ezptodlng.ud pniiidosherrxssl, *Mui.ea'ib !
I! b.r ofrab eriptn .otuljr. fo fine year end of each session. Students will be required to .The,valuable advice and impressive warning' it
money to" get orijrin&l drawings machinery; friends,and the public generally,that' during'hislate horriMa eompeui bpo&iaons to the'syi-
k ,: theeationkJtbpearfothchtheaub- practical use in': this country, and have procured pay half the tuition for a session in advance, and gives,will prevent year* of misery and suffering, visit to London and Scotland,he has acquired W4 I pal icli let.* fraIut.1tsdy iiasered et ? '
ptioei shall bay NcM. almost every work on th6 'subject,' whether published ibo balance at the end of the session. and save annually Thousands of Lives. various improvements connected with What scenes Dyniejr i I cud I Dow*sot all-
,: 'p rb.Ma: s&b. wvl ., lutinued on, either! to in England,'France!, Germany, the most \ 'Parent;;by reading it, will learn how to prevent that when food loan la $ui somacis.what'J..
i k 'th. *nb.eoentetvsr; to the agent through essential of which being comprised In this HATES ,OF TOlTIOX.OrthographyReading the destruction of their children;' : .. DYING AND FRENCH:CLEANING,) it produce T,dataleiiMurt e.raza, paIptdc. I( -

i. ws*w* may reeet*+ tktI,orders for quantities, lietionary.ender parts it a* perfect and comprehensive .ftf: *A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed In a let- which he'trusts win enable him'to'giye 'general Hver tomplalii dtrrIs.edyasanry e. *, aM t
: ,.4 "and t*whoa the veIaEak packages may be di4eetedt.Loth andjPenmansbip, tcr addressed tGDIt. KINKELIN;NVor- corruption of the bkw5 Y14s is croai bat sa M
The have satisfaction 'to all who .to favor him
a*possible. publishers endeavored mayplease
; ohould be both in the per cozsion, < ,-- $800Arithmetis UNION' humor la the body 1Wat Vodace* aU Lb.
Street between
to use great 'economy in type;so that each page ,Geography,English Grammar, ner "of THUID & *,' with their patronage. -. which brine M ErepiaPt 53.SkIL, CcId Rco4sp1 S

: e.nastte taLe frt-pmd". ..Ad- of tbe work contains at least ibnr times the number History, Composition, and Elocution,; 12 00 Spruce &Pine,PHILADELPHIA,will ensure a Xadiea'silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls,-&e., Rheant.EryilpeUi wjuwuis.'r.vsa Boise,aM. ,
CO of words found in ordinary page of the same size. Algebra ,, Plainjand Spherical. book,under envelope,per,return of maiL cleaned and dyed various colors,so as to give good alt nleerattoa thisaupail axfaraalt.It toaothlar aat- S
l'TflEItbO t Geometry
tl 1e IAMUEP. to each satisfaction. Table Covers cleaned des aeavem bat an r44smsc.,which soars,aadtisaa'
This ha* also secured plate working- Mensuration of Surfaces FIFTEENYEARSrjof ; or dyed, as
St. Trigonometry, ,
cs4nut Philadelphia spoil all the'fluid* tU bcy, sees. cc
I1 ; drawings ample size and clearness,so that a mechanic may bo required.Gentlemen's garmens renovated '
Do.<6f Bolids -Surveying Navigation, extensive and uninterrupted'practicO'spent in causes RheaotatUm btlaaatM *o4 or MM B M.WhWlbBr
: I- may construct accurately* any,machine described Conic SectknsDifferentisI and Integral 1 this city-have rendered Ir..K. the moet expcit in the same good style as formerly,so aa not to be itself batwer tgJo it*aad ehewaei kdBa-

/ :: GODZPSLA13OOKFOR185O. *, -. ,. ,. Calculus, Natural and Moral Philosophy, and successful practitioner far, and near, in the surpassed by any done at the North, or dyed as tilt and laaonuaf 114 dlls tSssoaa vpoai wtstBdi it '
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obtain the work will procure it as issued in numbers S Evidence Christianity,arid.Political' ;- strictures, 1gravel, disease arising most approved London fashion. Kow talt sot aorri t .e Lii seIsa ft.is.l
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hrl ,ck Lb SI4InJ 148 more thsnrtheHe The work will be issued in semi-monthly'- Tho4.ncientLangnagee, -' 200I' whereby the constitution has becomo enfeebled, the above establishment, and will, attend to the ,
: Phils4alphlq1.Uy.. 281 en- hers,commencing in January, 1850, and will progress with in Jaokson'rflksnd TOWNsEn,;!
t gave S .R; VV-PARrlAMQRE.President': ; are all treated successHe / \ .- reception and deli'rerycfwork
tad be would ftlc .
with regularity yet v tti4ersIoodtkas OI&I.sob
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4 b $ $ kc : who places himself under the care ofDr..Ij surrounding country.
fl1ji-orl1ieh ,Ii 126 more than Tbe whole work.will be published in 40 numbers ; W.A..BRINSON/ in March. Sin OmITATIO.Nef 4i4ei SeriIssa
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religiously 21,1350. '
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at 25 cents number,and completed with ; I.BUNTING, :
$aM)80..vs tsu4b4 other. per ,
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in the current 1850. liberal discount will -1 B.-THOMAS upon | as aphytici -, *i dealte aa artfctawsfe
l shall .nrpsss that year, "_ *- would! bear the soon t ,ieisbZaac.spSP.e
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sacesiagutnesut present.rnnglt be made t agents.. D.; H. MAYS, at distance address"S Dr.K. 'iEWRESTpRATIVE, seed frtultt and w cl1h(4d4 brtaf down tte
41fri: ( Trustees. ,{]tj-Person* si may apse
Any.one remitting the-publishers j 810 in advance February. 14,. 850. H be Old Dr.such aBwn kd teoaspIaIam4aL..j.
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shall reeeire the work through tie S S ,
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p,4 .- ; liocthat sbo wiUkcep open her' Eoardiug- j-BcobeflerrNews Arentt.tPedlars, Canvassers Liberty street, a UKSTORATIVE, liowLncaALLKT M*d1 Sanapatilla4immLtPt aeI4.4. ,med' ,2
On. one tl dollan, with two house during the winter .for-the. .reception* and all others* supplied with the above and BIUJAKD SALOON." Th-EsUbIiah that tbsij aid uttik. 1*.sTsrT.iiuaiv
4. .f.tl.wiugt copy 7 *44itemium plateK any"Death PHYSICIANS., DRUGGISTS; AWDCOUSTItY. Boarder and for toe occorajnodatiod'of:stranger* work at yery low, rates'Ox.AD ment has been fitted ap entirely new;and ia open -havior'As$ sot oae slot rtktBiUt wo t' "*5'-' 5
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1 'tai GwetA1tMthutr ;" America D ,(J.-.N. KEELElt & BRO.most respect* patronage hitherto extended,to.herih will 'THE BAR' | ar dIsease toaa aaj
'.fully solicit attention te their fresh stock ol no .effort* to give satisfaction to alL Her BrSITraocis o; siocat .. '
z : ; Taylor-and Old spare I lias man, whagzt.st* u the public base :
ii LW :17ftLiketljpl 4 t ; Her. John Wesley English;French,German,*and-American Drugs, binue is commodious,and situated in a pleasant S 'May'2J1850.. -: been supplied with the choicest Cqnors, and theymnealvlax snilue1eadZe.iaiig
hC.-l&e Rev. John Fletchers" Medicine,Chemicals,;Paints, Oil, Dye-StuS, tajtofthetown. ] ft/ beverages to suit every palate will be.prepared alt she Y1ZVS.tI.t.'c1.suied in sase.w
_1; ; # Glassware, Perfumery Patent Medicines, to.- .JocksoBYUle,Oct.A.- DREW t luee by thoRpubllep.iztba''t with despatch. The delicacies of,tho Mason will tail which arertaemtke ( wklth _a- S S
ths' lass wo th4 I4aat4 engraving., IwO .LV Charle* Wi Brush,Judge of Probate bo at ail times ' '
; Having opened a New Store, No. 294 Market it > of supplied. : : LGW3 f Diusasi b4 of
.t 4 with> fully supply-of Fresh Drugs and'Medicines S iTrtnam county,has been pleased to let the public 'The'DIUthxI T&LbIi ,8twMt.lreshonlp
.. rs, aaj any two of the solicit -1UAGNOU A.J.wcll know that he ha* revoked a letter of attorney executed aothlof eompanriqvlrcs psptdas' L *
t _;14 sbea*idols o ,a ;.ubI ibcr.- ,we respectfully before country dealers to examine 5t.. by hinuto:me,. relating to some lands in Has been imported ezpreas y for the",House, and a penoa efesei 4pee'sa*$0 seIJI1II'S
; fin eoR .fore t 'andan extra copy of onrxtoclc purchasing elsewhere, sr.:4UGUSTzNE.C the Arredondo Grant', in' which'we have a joint Is of the most beautiful eoostroetion with airand **ea a ecntaxm dtaattaU tI.l 110*
1' th..osM1is. above engravings promlslug'-one and -all who may feel disposed tc India robber cushion. that the IjasltseUuiCase7'dts1kt'
'interest/ have not 4be
: seen 'Instrument since I
extend to ta their patronage, to sell them genuine known establishmjeDt has oj '
: ; S left home in'' ugnst, nor..have I acted under It ''Tb Uow1lsg Pies and flaJz S
t .t e*aqijwty nollars.and an extra Drags and 1 not to :
? did
-l certainly come California to
other house in the and to I Are also just frem the kraaB"arid should th1znIcspfoI* qi(
v pyof tite three of the above en> city, faithfully execute ilL is nosYopedfortbereoeptioaf,coin .' w every convenience (now well
the. pine and of, the -Arredondo1
alt orders entrusted U us,.promptly and with de .pany ** : for the euterta.lnmentandconifort of ma assansrcCueuiJ4virtue.
1; 4ap,to tbS11554101; din the Club.: spatch.i : <" .- 5.-S. I :Th-'eu earned'repntaUonwhieh/thli"H6u,
1 i i' .advance, .; One of tb*proprietors being a regular Physician his icpiiredItIzthsintentlonof. the preeentpro. neither hear1 of that Grant.2u or certain of its distin-<-: IrdIallyinit.tbojabll*to call at.tbts- Es; uses which aCs.. $5b5asWP% $4 b.w se.a -S S t.ntaaiwsp .
..afford amj.lo:>guarantee of Hb* genuin* prietortust .1n7 ; guished'propoietore.;* $ as JUr-f Brush has tablishmont,assuring them that I shall' sol t -w-i.-i --r -' '. '
spare S flSSt eat4 isis.i aewtis*.blata
555 j
.;: quality f.all articles sold' at thcireatablithment, -verr; sccomu dat1en twIU.:; b-teiertd thought proper to*], remind1 me'of-that valuable( effort to contribute to their recreation. > $tn* wotdid* e4ftyclaa UsdIe b *
r : Iera1ffe- invite gests.1nv JidstavelIorsaxid other interest lie wiQ be so good a* not.to sdlany portion ,e5 .V* ., -
We respectfully Droggtstand country | *;wUJ-flrfd GEORGE.. Pi SKIFF, boeo.*0 war
; 0: I ; merchants, who -may wish, to.become Agents for thi*house desirable J Ills sitaated facing the south] of i.tVlarb.tchi we are jointly'1ntereited L .Jactsoavine,January 17 1850. f Itii0tbecTUh daSd ti: a.dtobLak
CelebratM Medicines with dark feet with without iny consent; and fearing that my fortune OLD D*. JA-
Dr. Keelcr'i: Family ;pIA8J1175 -long court
of yard
aeopy eitherpf in ; might suffer in hi**hands;?the public will beon: ;;'-.' L _,.. ,_, -- ---', t_ : _- ousBUwGrasd. 4daMbkg :_
I popular remedies ] to torsr4ft&oit front,and protected from northeast wind The
(standard Att4 ,
8tteeiwhabcrH In the- Clrevlt
their guartL'pmd protect it front aaoriflca ... Court far.'Dirr '
; '
4' h L4>'s Book andan room*are eligibly'sltuaUid,large, and-airy; tho 4 4ThOsiran4 ,
:. Ung tU Club; They building flzturea.fco.,being new.The House,bail! June 27t EGORYyJ 1 5' S twiy '

r tber please. fUflytemi-Iu, -' S of wood,ti l&th4 and plaster d&o.ff In a word,U ,' .7. :, :.;.s. .. L..4-.i-' ',-- whte Ok*Mtca.u

01 Ik47 dO1ICVU send tea copIes of the .- 1; JEZELER &BRO., J T uJH expeadyfor;the purpose.:. ,!_,y ,..,; *$ t 'Br ugttoJ: fl ,-ceaoe'5,4-, Griahaku S' I : -. 1

J :. i ftf*uy of tbe abo?* a4it k'hole&z1.Prttgisls, &tarka st.ri8ept.27ly44 &With the.many advantages combined, the pre ; S TiaA % _
: : sent proprietress,Mr*..iDittU,assure* those.-paltront jj Thomas LedwltltIo. I 4 '
11 ; + lng the.hcw o.that her exertion&will bo,,t "-
t : : pIouo.sr 'i Very relpeetfull5yrn:
; 1 1S IT appe&rios to.th
i bL artef priaU.efshaUxcM ousocounti TIE1OPJflEplL 'haged aboat 20 y.ar,, and ia about 6 feet 6 ffldavJtTthMyorfut SS

,f- y au&obettheUonorab1s>the '. p high;he had on an old white wool hat:hi* this estsjjj .of is:Cfrctt sad near ;jFERN, : ; S

,. r -Ampt4thestre" ecu. JaAre ofProbatefor- ) & County-for *final wearing apparel*a*so torn that it cannot bo described Tampa Bay.tatho Soathcrtt Circuit Ibis State; JS ; jp : f
he baa the soar of burn .Qn orJlorsaai Es aOieItOr lbs tb 3
.t O&IOQit us $bOTaiib4I settlement 004 discharge from the Administration ; a on'his breast;
V 0 grsre jLt of Lbs,LitM,.t fJameD, r The.flwnerwill. oma!.forward'prove:property eomP1athxta4t Jo ord that i4 Gates apwir .4 12I181

; Of said C ttnty.tew( : will be mbletoUie next Oeneof eai.i sn4psy.ebagesohe'wjJhodoj I&| and answer the cotapLtfeaet&biB; otherwl the :t'4TLI-.-. '.

k e1g1it.un4red doHaxi $t5 t *:* : ; /JOHN- i ELOTCt.r tho $tat* JOorida, for the tsm eof an ActtoUieornOrat.n1. )lisS N sam >haba taken prt mft r g tttat hiai after

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