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 29, 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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of J.8e,1ut addressed tolRft 'we',President tbere*na. 'tli ':mtftts1II am4'occupieaan N exico", by ,acgu4e.tbeo4o1 biG verwnedbtOr thin 81etulhh.F1 to the iounJlg V

t oli he XJntted* States ''whichj bbt" nivlrig .u..hicb-.U han 4etinderthe ens'"r'Mex'ti atthedate'oJ treaty, .t- 01 tbe Ui.We hatp lnde't Jlnationof ejentiia itayht't"'W UWbecu i

V bees i anfwettd by'him, carne toi tny Bindst 49.ri1Y.. &: "ittd..swte 1;!611aJlkh'<7II-; til a-i3enpil 'lioe't>r.boundary''shim be"e'sarorn jYit idd 1rIi1it4ry'Q\-eJ Q ;oTJIie' .Ter. Ute OflvemeT d thu:Umt dbTo SttM/ -V V it

a iusdeilh;,Wl also tr-Jsmit V'rop i:.bf c preme law. of the land.Vvf" H, tberefpreTw: 1 lb J4.'t. 9! petUl' fttThiaasprtoq : ibi e :1'h' "..wt.jil ; : V : intelligently and:.fairly of jBesV _ t V
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the UWCZ'VWbICII I have l lf''!lo i-bjB imit *iit'; 'i'Ttr'tr AifU' ot'duHi!. ? .". tb. "1e..Qf,. 'uti tiari reapictfi4 *&"uq titht Irtnsactionsi; we must recall ttPtfI fee U jt; V V
dyt 'aii iQ' bi"lnaat' thii&nc&tton 'ln4'if-fin yctr tJ t'ti PQlidn fJ"rit"'o: Nt&LvJ_ ; (nreaene4 'rioenc- or yE1IiicyvU f 'sslbleler5 l ".j"b.t.ctet tionht1.tftbm of \b! 'asiheyreeettia V V.4'

'.: t '.r\' n.'.. .. such;< siijzl&dan'r4wkbrgj.f _: seizure;:to t>e'carried 1ntJ.Texas' jor.trial'fbt .< j'o t.We$ '. pm.feoiepn tbeflflii4.d4: 16 ..=t" ,.! J 1.;"r..i.1 _

.Congresswin fer ej wr bi i l'tbfi'(1"frn f th Ja.,1.., ".a .I":"j.'''1ft"iD:' '. .*alleged.rofieoces :?Against' TexihJawfcdpf nbV-lhii ffleef1 BU" a ted Sth'ttf V.Pretiowt &ati j \ 'Mik .\rbebCOthiMaT114V4 I

of Texas officially Iatei1bvsh6rftrtf! f taineaand.upoela ic n1inll -' .J 1:1 'J s. np};av allhxtadt) ;"nyeain? of matt Xnder: iBfeoWerrfof, hii'G f"Jiaenlf ibe .., 8V .

ihel.legi liwre tb t" t'b ttfW heda "iithe'1ettej'my totJi6"U Y rn 1 p-I 'TelAS" pper.AM' "_.aft."Mtkv4 t.(fh.?EecutJttabh& ._, J-/,,A-.- And\whether, ptbcUttatiowSlSe meet sanction of, Congress .inr'tbe f that .

lpecial Commissioner, wl flilt pb\tb.an'cr: eon8(a tiyf f n hig'tbile..Iw .nJ.: eat ii" or' mUllalT goemeitinfEaterrtttiry:4 ;l !s "'t 4e: id 'of .1ht itontfvth lt. .N.M rti< .ted I .

iuQndionttotttend '3hpItLii j u it f n' j. Dow-f.ermory..of tbe1J-' -1W pfrrb lbrs : V a deMrtmtnt bt 5tat of Ito'Melrieia V q] ut SonstAtutiQpilVJ
State'-o' r.thenoiafti .l'C 1jtia Jed latellt..itb.L.th, 1&1J1ir. eml\J Mtbssaiie'bounaaries exclusively-the'! gis1 ii'lf; department; With 1i i\1'bf'l1n fs ii" rl1j lie?arid tras oterned1y fceir,UwaT t -i Mb _, '

of Puo\Vonbi'Pre idj 1i n1i ,SAQ re! w)1c1ibkng) : 4 tQ.'h et aodCppgr! st4sth soIerjudgel of!thiHiroean eratidrt} T have the-BbnoVtbbiVbtif'fitcili-f V ,& Geaert.ly.ldtDeactmJt iUdtt.-orders \

ai1ai1e4.0D its nonbwttettl"firnltS: :... :.. t h'ih-actual pc4&btir 6f V thi epn1i'ofAltxic &mf'nnef.pf.weatieg pt audtorisingany.. ly'.obadeernitn. ii': i! tW -.--i fmm..thia.OO"eramtnV lnudedthis"depirtt.hhtJI'ftrmed : : :

He proceed to MY, tate .J ommbfatofl.f iudb4oie4he -latiwar! 'In Iheearlyport dchgdernthen'i V .* f'a.; .Av < jd ..ik.BELt; 'i f0ree.tbWenoi V '. '
of,that.. California and w The tT ihe"'Executive.'exten3i .oTily'totb ..:. fled aLbia 'tb.'ttoopS Vit4 .
both.: sni
rb: i.epored t .tl1tn1'a\ 'bMc i.1 -ar; : ; a- S> t 'ff-1 <41 r.-J fs'ji) s'.4'.J 5: approaehr under V "
JDfm tba-theii1iian 1S15 e.t emp1 j a NeaMeio.wer conquered by, th arms xecotion'0f lawhd,:the-ri1 inta1i1. S.-* V DEPARTMENT or,STATE.' ,. : his command dispersed,and General Kearney epqtheP' _' '
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iQ the'service of the United'Statesj stid 4in, of the United states;anct Were jn,the,militatt apce.oftreaties actually i force and. the -- V = Washingtbn,' 'August 3, 1840: J entered Sah tat"F",the'capital I, On tht'1'8th hedems, iVmenI

Santa-Fe;' ttaerjtosjtd jadverBelrvitb}; : sesslo ri dflh* UniUd" States"'kf' thedattofihtelreatyof protectipn! of
the:whabitanta, tor the .fulfllneht6f! his-qb peace.o.' >'** JBy. in'the enjofcheot! o :the rights ,whichtbosetreatieiana S V .fJovernoroTEzdibyuttbeI1td territory ih the name of the United Sfe.te .-'- b4Lcoiititioflll j 'iVV
ject In favor of the establishment oil s par i. .that .rettv.-the.title by .conquest was la"s'guarant e. V "" ..Si?:.A.letter addressiSd On the 22d bf that tnbuth?.bfemed a pro ienF1i'r h4nith&t thi, tirt V .4

ate State government, east 6|:the Rip Grande! confirmed, aud"tlie Territories, Vrovincea exceedingly-desirable that no; occasion President bf the Unite4 Stalest and dated on lam ut 1'& th jnbablUiks, stating tbe fact _

and within the rightful limits of ibe State or Departments'sieparated from Mexico: for, should arise for the exercise of the pow. the I4th of June lasti has,sine?Jjis lamented that be -.keo. pbtsewion-of Santa Fe, seems,tchiatme4m: _________ I

uf Texas These four counties ,which Texas ercf! and by the Tame treaty'e ln'i important ers thus vested" fn-tbe i residen .by,the Constitution deceasej-beerf tranfferred Uif band -f his tit the head of his troops,.j and annuuncing I S V 4tiited
and securities solemnly and the Jaws. With yhis.mtentioB tb hold 4be-i with _
opoe to 'establish ajij) I organize as rights 'were ; whatever succes'sorTbywhoin J am i directed to:address : department
being:withiR- her own juri dictiot\', vektend guaranteed to the inhabitants'residing there, mildness those powers'might be executed, toydu the foIlowTn anse '-' 4 .. its original boundaries, (on bom side bf.the i ment Jo* regard.toj their ,__

over the whole of the terriufry east of i therde'Iich in. -' however clear the case of necessity,"yet ,In that-Iettejoa-that: by the authority Del Norte' ,). and*' lundet* V :|he ;.namt,! of New Baa no g w4etds j __'V
fifth article of:the it is .declared consequences might .nevertheless'fqllowy of Mercb; ', to negotiate in freitrd4j,
lUo has heretoforedtbeent ref By.the treaty .of the Legislature of tTexas,:tne xecu- p V_
tidt4 as an'essential.and: i.iptegtAi 1 part of that which no.human sagacity r"can, fond' either. live of. that State; ,in FebrUaryspatcheaV kst.de- ,By thatocUm'atibn' fa promised to protect fort it would be Improper loc)la V .i.

the Department of New; Mexico 4iAl the evils or the end. fpecial ,commissioner. wrth' fall 'the inhabitants 'of. New ,Mexico i iiiih any,opinion. /The stthieerail V V_ Vi.
I "The bouudary'llneVbetweefl the two Republics 'it and is between the.UpUeiJ
tbeir Indian UtesJjtho'ie
Having'thus laid before the jrersons property,5against -
and > Congreu end instfrfctiorts'td 'ettend the civil ;
possessed ny He pe le, I shall commence' in the Golf of Mexico -' power enemies and all others and assured peopleVpb l4TpUnt( j31__ _
until Conquered and frore, the teub1icof communication of his Excellency tbe"Goy.ernor of that State oVer% the ; 1 V
severed jurisdiction 'unorgan .
; MexiifOr by the AJiierica_ arms. : three leagues. .f rota land opposite,,the of Texas and the answer thereto,-and ized counties. oU,1 Paso, Worth .Presidio them that ThStates,intended to provide come under ..the jtfnsJIttl'clnj' S
: mouth of the Rio Grande otherwise called for them would noil ind"lieJ V
: having made such observations as.I. have government when the consent >
The of T -
Legislature xas.Jlal} l been called : and Santa Fe, situated .i its northwestern .
the Rio Bravo del Norte, or opposite "the upon 'would be c.lledian take F
people1 "away
together by the Governor, f9 the;" thought the occasion called for respecting limits and that the Commissioner has tb rciM.lhe tjttliXthV \
;'purpose mouth of its'deepest. branch, if it should constitutional obligations which"may 'arisein riglnsof'freereO ia"le Hhi tbeirVoWnVrep.tesentatives i on the other hand, if tneflclaiih r
us is understoodj'of maintaisjinj.o'er I claim! bare inore.than one branch, emptying directly reported to YOU ht'141\', official form, that the : the title for th UaiWV .._ I
the territorial
to. J
the further of things, and ,
lo the territory east of the RI& Gnahde' and progress may military officers employed the.service bf 1egislature-j | Jf
establishing over it her
uhd her'own laws, by force! : ,[ die ofthat river following: the deepest chan shall not be regarded as stepping aside from adversely with the..inhabitants to Cortslitiition by an organic law,..which pro*I' thos i. :
t nel where it has more (ban'one'to\ the vided for lr affected b /berowiarjs
r the line of that. executive legisIaiiVei dJlllhcial'de
of my duty, notwithstanding his
These Tes well the of V
fulfilment by
mat arrest object, '
i where it strikes' the southern siou. The State
boundary of arlm nt8 of.the -defined the, ddustit4toV
am aware that the subject is now before both government ;
the 'attention of all blanches of the influence in favor of the establishment '
Government of the United States end! 'I New Mexico; thence \feslwardly along the Hvuses if I express'my' deep ,and earnest of State east of the !right I of suffrage and. provided i for.,trial,by Mexico can bare'no jg1 t4i$ _. 2
; rejoice a separate government
whole southern of New Mexico and at the sami ,and Le
boundary conviction the immediate jdry, tIlQe.etablt.h a code recognized aIIdfued by' .
importancetif an
that while the Rio Grande and the.rightful limits of 1
they withifi
l ldone
of the1gited'Sta. -
(which runs north of the town called Passo,) of laws: ThisCorstitcltibn declared that power .
<"yet in session. It ILl, 1 fear, far; from: being decision, or arrangement, or settlement the State of Texas."You also transmit
V to its western termination; thence northward of the of Texas "the countr"hete.toror knownjas: :'New it has no sanctirjm'l u& *V _
i impossible that. in consequence.t of; these question boundary between copy of the proclamation of Col. John Muu- Mexiio8haft the of V .
along the western line of New Mexico, until and the territory of New Mexico. All'consideration be known hereafUr, arid designated feet frpon rights Ttrty ,
proceedittgs of Tins a\Cri8iSj'?! may. be itiniersecls the river Gila, (or if Jt should justice ) and roe: acting under 'the orders of the Oovern&ment as the territory of New Mexico, in ted States, to the territory ij : ; V
genera expediency;
under the VV
which shall the of the United States designation
brought two ,
t'I not intersect an.braricl of,that river, thento domestic tranquility calls for this. It seemsto the United States of\meri a" and tbe members it is Bptto.6e presume&th4 _

houses of' Congress-and more emphatically the point on the said line, nearest to,such be, in character, and 'by position, the of Civil and,. Military Governor' of of the, lower house of the Legislature ever give HV sanctiba'fcr J Jwltfcout tl V
Mexico and
Executive Governhient-- an immediacte' branch and thence 'in a direct line to the the Territory New ; respect were apportioned the counties established first)rovidifi ;: fdrjertfaer
first or one of the first of. the among ___
t .
dine s for the [jterfon$tance of thence fully request \h President to cause you to
fame;) down the middle of the said growing out of tbe of Californiaand by !the decree bf. the department ofNewMeiicoof'Jone this _
this officer has
of dtflies.V 1 whether not
their'respective be informed
branch and of the raid river, until it emptiesinto ; 17, 1844, which counties territorial of Stateieaab4V!
New V
Mexico and
the Constititton of tM UnitW Slates now requiringdtci- acted in this matter $under the orders of bin
,.By '
New Mexicowirhout
the-Rio Colorado; thence across the ; I it is Understood, included all the territory pro j
the President is conotitutedi comrifander-in- Rio Colorado, following the division line 8oruNo. government, and whether his proclamationmeets over which Texas has lately' attempted to this boundary. Hentcwition'ctkit Ai '
Government be .established for
chief pf the army and navyand of the,.militia can With the approval bf the President of State'conttitutionl '
-between Upper and Lower. California the New Mexico either 6tateVor.Terribry'un&til I orgdniee counties. and 'estabL'sh, her own jurisdiction I
: :of tbe several States when| called :nto 1'aeific the United States, J
the.anna'service the ocean. it shall be first ascertained what New which bav btt' rtcd..tbe ; -1. lrff i
) United Slaves. The In the events reJedtn4'
The eighth article of the treaty is in the Mexico is, and what are bee limits and boundaries. 'Excellency On the 22 j olDecene'r, r. .St.a.copy of av e
Cottitrmtidn! declares,, also that;he shall V President hardly' knows. whether your this constitution and 'c ':'transmutedby toConghsstobeaed4. '
was, ,
following terms : These cannot be fixed .or known, '
t h'eare'tbaU e laws be faithfully execu- would naturally. expect an.answer '
until shall r
V President Polk to toe House of Representatives ,Congress grarjttb
ted,and that be tJiall, from tJ.me., to time, "Mexicans now established in territories till tbe'liQe,of division between her and Tex to this letter from hinu. His predecessor in in pursaanc"6'of a can on him,by petition,'by legal ecactmentsj} L '. V

ffiveHo the Congress i information" ofthe* state 'I previously belonging to Mexico, and which as shall be ascertained and e.tablished-and office, 'whom. it'wasaJdressedj and under that body In the message transmitting the rights of neithet'V J 2.

of theU *''on. [; V remain for the future within the limits of the numerousmnd weighty.reasons ronfipiref ,in whose authority and direction the proclamation constitution be that portions .of it right of allto'petitibn Coo V
Congrees has PO IA-- 1bionstitu.ticn1 .1 United .States .defined the my judgment, to show 'bat.1his divisional of CoU-Munroe was issued la no more ; 4 V
power [ as present purport,to, Establish and crg nit .a perma* which it may conistittitie I. '
lo provide Toe calling fprth te| militia! I treaty, shall be free continue .wherethey; line should be established by-Congress,. and at this time that proclamation whatever nent tem (m l gotemme.nt over the. territory v- pie were in the exercise i tlf V
to execute"the"laws of the liniouj 4rdEtilta. now reside: or to.r mon at any ttmeto, the with the assent pf the government Texas.In may: be regarded as. \its.. true>character, has and to', impart to its .ibhabittnts political when they'formed thaff V

LIe arid appropriate acts of !ICongrjess have Mexican'' Republic, f1taifting 'the 'property the first place! this eeems by fai the most ceased to have influence' r' effect. The'meeting rights -which under the"' Const t1 ti n of the view of applying to Congrt1 V )

been passed as well for providing Sor calling which they possess in the said territories or |prompt mode of proceeding, by which the of the people'1; of New Mexico, by United States can be enioyedj' permanently! as a State, and as be thiakl\k T V

ierta.the:militia,u for-jilacifig, othtfr suitable disposing thereof, and removing the proceeds I end can be accomplished. If. judicial' prb- their representative), which It invited, is only by.eitiee'ns of the.tnited States V These judice no one, he feels bouat V

und.efficient .means in thy hands of the wherever they please, without their being ceedings were resorted to, such proceedings understood to have taken placer although have not been approved and recognized; the conduct pf Colonel Mumtcj V '

ideitMto.eiiable, him' ti.! diwtfcarge the subjected, on this account to any ; would.be necessarily slow, and years would this Government has as yet received no official me; Such organized regulations as have the proclamatiorii -)* '\ 3 V H

cbrfftiftitional functions'of hjs offiie.Tbe tion tax, or charge whatever contrlbU.1 pass by in all probability, before,the controversy : 'information of it: been established iu any of the conquered 1arn directed alsa

: second'section of 'the' kjct of the "Those who shall prefer to in I could be ended. So great a delay in Partaking, howev.;in'the fullest degree! territories for the security of bur conquest, President's'opinion t&V
of hun- said either retain the title this case, is to be avoided if possible. Such : in that which the Executive laie'
twenty-eighth February, eve 4e'n territories fiiay or high respect for tbepresenation'of' order, for the protection suppose that the ,
dreAand-i>inety-five. declacev tbjitt when- rights of Mexican citizens or acquire those delay would be every way inconvenient, Government of the United Sutes always 'entertains of the rights of inhabitants,'and tor,depriving manifest any unfriendly Vafii ; V

t'\.t1hi t laws of the United ,iStatec]}rhall be of citizens of the" United States. But" they and might be the occasion of disturbances towards the Governors and the governments the enemy; of ,the"advantages of toward?Texas""the hh'V

ojpeea or !their :.execution; ol.icted, in i iaIlISia. shall be under the obligation to make their ; and collisions. For the same reason, h\"ould of the States the President thinks these territories while the military possessionof The boundary betvrtai ;.Tfi M .

.combinations oo poiven'ul toV election within one year from the date of the' with the utmost deference to the.wisdom of it his 'duty neverth less' to manifest that i them by the forces of, the",United States Mexico was known"tb bewaa'eqUaflel1tOowd da V V .
the of i of ratifications of this and, Congress, expreSs a doubt"of the expediency of acknowledging and answering < ,
be eujipred by ordinatf Wf Jsc ju- exchange treaty; feeling respect by continue iiizkbe rtcognLted and approved. th4th!
dTcTal proceedings, or 'the powejgvcsted in those who shall remain in the said territories of the appointment bf commissioners and ofanexamlnationtestimate your letter ,And ,this duty let me Government of the United rBtsfii*id

the% Marshals, the President tcnay i jlfeall forthtltmUitia after expiration of the year, Without and an award of assure your Excellency,has been so long delayed Near four' years have Ubw elapsed established 'sincethe power to settlethardispute.ilItjl! iii ,, .

.far as may be nec(ssarj!; to having declared their intention to retain the indemnity to be made by them This would only by uncontrolable circumstances, quasi military! government. and was, receiVed. that the'Execative *erhn' :' : V .
pp''f'l combinations; and to cause character of Mexicans, shall be consideredto be but a species of,arbitration which might and is now performed at ;the earliestptacti- by military"authority it certainlydoesuornow'

the !"sto.be duly xeciUed. ,> have elected to become citizens of the last as long as a'suit at la Vr. cable moment after the appointment of those with the exceptions mentioned,approval witlthatquestioninanyuiin 4

'By the act pf March 3, 18Q7, itJ providedthat United ,tat s. So far as I am able to comprehend the' ,heads V of departments, and their acceptance of President of Polk has In been the concluded meantimj;with_a gas question of title.- 11 jf $ V V4'

in all cases of .obstruction to be laws, "In the said territories property of every case, the general facts are now all known, of office with whom it is usual, on important treaty peace. In one of his last eommnnlcatitJ I* -' VV

elher'bf the United States oir any ndivicrualal kind, now belonging to Mexicans not estab. and Congress is as capable of deciding on occasions i for tbe"PresldeJnt of the- United Mexico by. which a houndary'line within was the es greMi. that of 'ttw 17th 'off fob| tatjtil**
tablished that left this territory; 1 ;
State or Territoryi where it is lav .l for the lished there, bhaJI be inviolably respected.- itjusllyand properly now, as probably 'States to'adv'ise1V : lathe late President repedtheIa4Od1; V
call forth for the The the heirs of and wo ld be after the report of the.Commission In thefefote to first interrogatory United ,States, thereby Confirming he had toTdecide
Pfevidept ibejmilit; present owners !Jhese answer, your States : ,whatwe bad before no;power
purpose of causing tbe laws;'to bt uly xe- all Mexicans who may hereafter acquiresaid ers. If the claim of title on the part of. fte t whether: :Colonel Mnnroe, in by The JIlptrtect boundary and no desire to iatfcrfel +
cuted! it.fclall be l lawful for turn emloy l property, by,.contract*,shall:enjoy,with; Texas appears to Congress be weiLfound.ed issuing the proclamation referred to,.acted .acquired accordance! by conquest with .lhc.proclamatioa,: treaty of and that antborkylto '_ tf USSLtioa

: for tbe same purpose, such part the [land respect to it guarantees equally ample as if in whole or.in part, it is Inthe: :'compe under-the orders,.of Ohis-GoVemhientj the declared the ,-resided.elsewhere.Tr J ea sieFofll J

orflaval force of the United 1state< as eballinfull. the fame longed to citizens of the"United i tency bf Congress to'offer her an, indemnity President directs me .to state: that Colonel 1 General Kearney, should that be lrJeXwaDSremainin incorporated Executive' Gomanknt b Set4' I4
i in this
be judged necessary. f fV fi t. ,V States.- 1. F d' >. "Hot' a -- for the surrender of that claim. .Jnji ease MunroeV ptbtlamatimi 'appeart'jt d have into rUoi6imf territory the,United.States, Hevei and as Lam j jtaialy V Ic .J iMr L""'

j'be several enactmenta'are "V The ninth-artieleoftbe treaty i is in'these like this eirronhded- it is1>'m.any J amicable cogent'adjustment'and be b issued in'pursuanceorin'fconseqtlenceiof and b6 'admitted ;at the 'prqjtef fticae4 (to be ;Uowr.j f*to eeewre'itouDffyi'to HH .i".K
for so that.if,he laws of 'he U ted Sateiare considerations V calling for an tirderor: lettetof htatntctou.glvettiby of .UnitedState's eaaintaijf aa' faI V
wordsk a' ** *?? "*>/!* .SK4Tb.e ': tbe Government judged ef'J bl the'CoBgiew" the -. V
]>6sed obstructed! i if an; State or immediate settlement the late Secretary*ar J Undetb; &bota all of tbe state of. things :asjef
Mexican who, i iQ ,the, territories ,_ ,} to an, eujoymeiu of: ,
< ; : of.tb United StteLvouI4keVjufr Cola- aodto" :
Territory, by combinations *OO' werful to ty of the late .,.;toLiUteflaflt' citizens of the: UnUed States .tse.n to pf the Weaty j. vpfnli '
aforesaid,.shall pot preserve the ; a te j fcitlzcrls'of tided ,:i in allowing.an' tulemnitf which thS V
be. suppresstd the judicial! :,or c.itieaTit ..U author iiftny opinion : jiel McCill.;'Ol >thi* ofder, endatebhthel the rinciples'bf f. |the Co tull in the rights'LtheV'TenpS ] V V
Mexican1 conform-. >
Republic unreasonable and"
not' extray. T'
becomes cue.1ri i trhicb U i 14 the to Texas th'df NOv mber; 1849 your should be maintliried and were under the soleain gu
4n the meantime protected
duty of the President, eitherjto! ca 'rout; toe ably'with'wh'at jshall' stipulated )tbpred j' agent, but fair, liberal'and'awarded in ajnstspirUpf Excellency I: undoubtedly.informed.at in.tbe'Itee enjoymeat". 'thitiibei1yand i jreaty : ami) inj article, Jncdrporatetl' into-the '4 S
V accommodation. A full and Accurate of should be finall3r V .
to aJ nd nivatrtot&fcotbj the date of bonodary
militia tbe"mil .
or yOdr.1etter. tht ri
emplby proj'ertyj'ftnd swijred m. l e exercise -
Union of the United States. and be admitted : S tt
T think no.event vould.be ..bailed-- withmbre'graiificatibn ceuMnunicatioo. ?!..:
fi *.o{ tU U iiedin 5taesj if, uowever.-is attached tojhis tbOOt ,strictioailt competentantkbrity- ., ,
cony of their religion JV : r 4 '
lime be the Con
at the prope Cto j judgedof(by bi the"people: of the United therein.instrncttd,' how law of th*lai '
McCaUijs a supreme ; M' .
.his judgment! the exigency: .o| tJie. occuf -Col ; thus It will peiteiveJ that authority
gresspf.the United States, the enjoyment JfC
oJt whom
: States'than the amicable adjustment.ofquestions esr'b1eicO,Jor: before stated that tb inhabta{
,;ion .JJ\aJJ.1O require, for thej jmrp lit 9.f sup., of aUtbe igl'tsI citizens of,the.1tinite4 which:have nowfor that if the peOtVpf. bf tie United States! oTer.New'MeZICpP4 .
of difficulty, j. mntainndVprotctedln-| I
'no Hovefnment :
: I the
u'c&'coDibna'tioh.! dorl hail 'and
pressing result of"conquest
: the ; possessionheld .
5.Tbi 5. Statesacc'orJin VlQ:: t e fr 19pl.e.of :the V l longtime agitated toe country and occupied'to. & ':\\"Iab to take any steps tQ ment,of their liberty and'tenred ,
ccnstTtutional duty a th Vresentiiu1pete1np1Ery a. should nif lt a of.it in the first pJacei>as of xourse a .
and in shall be ,
,""t '4 thorhy Constitution; \of meantime .the excluSIon. or other subjects the establish government; for thefflselves, and ssiUU. The treaty added thetitle'b' in the free exertise of tl "
'P' maintained"and protette&tyJJbe free enjoy.me1tOfVthCriibCrty time and attention of-C"grelSH .' will military poss ; It .wiUfol coarse'bt.w Pr.lUe ,!: V
vested tAb. by law for p fcrmance, apply for admission into theJJ1lonft sicin.the l alrea Jyii8 Jnz tiU :!
V 1\1 and property.? and secured -: 'lg thus freelv comrnunicatel.be. re .aud the duty, ofothers, .with c ; aruth.. AVjth lee that this law is sustaiue a __ l .
be !
his duty 8ucceMful'acbieTCmnt3 fo V
clr&u4rnpc.TinsTIState! autbpri'. j td. / ,;fi ji: .' in.tbe freeA exercisetor"their' 'religionwithout ? eult*of my.bwn feflection,.on. ,,the.most*ad- whom heis a o i4ted,'not;10 thwart, tdadvance the by ;there arose'.a natural,l,expectaUbnjlhatj tection whichitr'uarairtew 5 __ j'tit
: liSj.jraainlainkerirwn Irwirictipn./l ., -r. -ij mode bf the order does not peace and Ihisr isr the pUnrandB.teculire.daty4in o
fafas t / V 'f visible adjusting boundary.ques their wUhesi This there,,would come V V
lawsno rep : early as possible .
theft g. It is plain, u.erelore, on the face pf f. betreatf.atipulatons. ;as > *hicbt .
) lion; -I shall; nevertheless,,.cheerfully;.acr to &utboriie-uyeterlion of military to'supersede the.military.. : '
nanttO'lke Constitution air appear civil
; that Mexicans, e"tab-, in other mode wbic, the wisdom V official evep.'>ersonal a government tread.!" e.V; 1r_! V fn
tbf-.UaHed&ale, to..uppr4. i lished inlerritorje'shbnh east of the lineJV quiesce any authority, or of,any ,pit But 'until some, auw..form.of. iroyerumentsiibuld .
against her authority, and to p p ijCa1ielof or corrieI I of Congress may devise.* ... interference( to Control fJ ,aueet in anyway come i into existence; it, was a matter :Othet transactions off ire! _
dt ark tialre irl' mentioned
,, I I ml conviction, the ( thefor. ; allddedtb4f1te4t V _
''wnojnay commit treason ejkin '," f And.inCpnclusi9fl repeat the primary action of people' of absolute 'uccessitrtbat the mtlitaryg0- terare : .
of ninth article
within tb '
according to the forms pVotjdei bfotierbConsfitntion ; wn -protection ;. that every consideration of the public interefVroanifests roation of a government'nor lo I permit-ny eminent shouldcontinue /otherwise the leney*letter. 1 To those .,._ V

and her own Itiwa J f:4 \lisloc and that tb treaty, being A: part of< the supreme the necessity' of a provisionby such interference'by subordinate- lficers.--. country roust'fall into absolute anarchy;and .now-directed':.not oonrTa, fcvert .w V _
al _
; or Jaml.doe3 extend over { Congress for the settlement of this boundary ,Colonel McCall,and his associates, were wot been the 'course'generally; jn the ,'because the.only qaettJafebyydn
.a\.u $, power J S.' i1onhed such ureeiothein this,has, ; : : I
entvijijlin tUmits or'Tz4berseif J Mexicans and ns ,perfect question i ,, before tbe present session b, called upon,tb take 11ead in any measures, practice 'of civilized':'nations, 'when. colonies ): respectAe _: .
; irr the of their liberty V
She can: possibly confer no kuU4flrwhicb.caW1uflj security freenjoyme t brought to a close. The settlement of;other or eyen to-reeommend anythingu- Uobe: or territories'havebeeit; 1r1d.s1 war, Colonel Monroe a1"ilisapproval'of 'a8tJiirnl"i : _
and well iri the ire V
I' ( property, as alt exercise connected with tbe'/wmiar'sub/ Their. whole duty L._ '
bcr! oiIC\A lieyoibptridtoieiTsKX er own of their religion and this, Jaw questions adopted byjhepeople : ; and ibe'if i acquisition aqme41b7tItatYV i I V '
to be to ""
; be Mti ,
supreme within'the period'is greatly might """"* !
i same to.what they -
1' 2. ject confined ExcellencY"f
'IV |t1VuI was exist.
of the land.being thus in actual ,force The muitay1vernment4herefore: tres. _
over of the
of this hn'mibdSrt- V
adjustment appearsto thes swers will be
the i
desiredjbut .
fit plaJnanLl.a( ; lly-fc >ds ; perform{ date of the rder V'
rgu.ta bis to at the ;
territory, is ,be main tamed .until it ,iQ.NcteJ.i 2
be in he,highest degree important;. ibis mktter'1t' \as *v.dentlT in 'and th.'President i.sioa
.- -"p., .If.Texan: .iwl ;p| there iball me to : ) people; :In' joevjtable-jwcessity. it ex-,! V V
'or there
tier 'displaced. superseded by other In tbe train of such an adustmnentWemay that they, were to act as the existed ,tobrinf tof ftjrfotigs'aI1udei
fornatd3 into the : contemplated V
an1 r4orietd States tha wiD Of the EwcnUteGovernmentj .t ff"
legal provisions:and &returnofharmony a _
i1rt tttritory of 1b4. l/A/ [States resisted by combinations too powerful to be well hope that there will follow agents of tbe inha-bitanlvanMotas officers ; ol tha-Urdted S$5VU tcin.bocv" ., ; .'. r I'J' V

tbert 10 execute or enforcejany.Ji.fcr.: of Tex suppressed by the.civil i aathonty ..the.cawis and good wm d' i increased at of ths..GovernmeflItmuss! be recollected. -againstihe54he"pepIe.. ThaWsrei l Is,kDOcflL. to::! tl *1 _
,: taebment.tQ.tba,Union,'and the general sat ,,.then,xitil gin : _
that government! 011
i.itiJTfrffiffrTn at roctnentjir sspassers} which within hat; the 0p17. badriadopted th ''opinion that it ,UUlD' II"MW'lDJ la'r' _
one comes the of 4ent : : "
provisions V :
is faction of the. country. _. VVV:4 .c- Territory"was,'i quasi JDllitarllocrn- d. .Ni'.
olr.'aaJ'iUtto .
they 'nojkniret.aDaertP.'J trptection law, and bichbbIig&s the President en* Was justifiable h toe peopteof the territory; V 14
*' ; riprded 14lLLAftDVlLLMORE. menV and AsCongre; ;( |l,'bis. *&*?$&& nth bfgh;1" ___ _
&DJJawfli.a : force these 'provisions; Neither ;''the Con, under the ireurostances-io 10 form *;co n trt l
1D_ and if trithbsach.State: *titutionOT \ .! f Wis\uxcroa, 4tsgust 6. 1S4O.; ,4 sion Ittb"r. bli IlwIIIn: 0 M?V QlII1 ?J Of jgoternmenif jwithootany'prafioaaautbority.ico darjr Texas. have-H It
s. or: lioa
1* w /m the rmy iditrnotTon. Clerk'tlien repVtted f ri* l8vife rl V an4 TH7jftfaSg35: !? ( an&theie.pontO ; .ttetition"ot' both H _-
orM L they. oat'of office, lear*.roe)spyz1iermiav .or :;, i'Jtb V doubtrer"-. efthesc1Tc',- ferred by Congress "' .m : j V V
VM Sites,* Obstruat.n1 ar.or aoyfehbice\in my'mode of actipn, th.deskfotthe information of the,1IouseVVthe ., beliet a-"tb"af 1 apply for admission inter the Uuldn many"'mbnths. p J* :.

'JD NfOtCf ':',f.> ich'aia' TKe-execntive'G'overnment'of'be r'.Tlnifed V h{ letter of the Goternor df -TeE a* toth, .stancesMl0 t1 tl1emSc1ftan.dlDbmIS QP.i' ct J' (1d It tCogfe ft[>as unaer, this stated tbingv:nd under tense" 1 11't"lt..q I ILegislator t_ V

COIQiaat.i; AI.to}pow lGl$ : beVtIpb4becicil Slates.has no power or' utb'bJit1 to' 'dfter- late President.tbe,.United: Statesion itbKsnbiect tdt p rtie influence'of tbefce epinioitsj'that1herrderofrJhe ofTtUJ will. _
,l1llllll h1y'VIePIdfltofVthe mine,what.wa. abet trims line irfboflndaty : and the reply,thereto of tba Secretary l flt W Yllt : : .' 19th November:,last wasrgtTenv;: sipni}and will bavV: \h. V '
em I ft\'to tKfa; :. >j&::, dlrectt lf'thanh's tbe 1latUJ mifltajbVetnfent we bare eeB.TbeTordef also before iU. I1ViadS3i4MV
United States. has z4 0 : b tweeui JMeiicoandviheyaits4 $&.,' }** otState t !}.f g"TO 1.of toe and execoted in tbe manaet '
him"bit 1 it bonnd tff, obeythe13ten fore ?.treaty of Guad4iupeHidalgorinorbis ., 1 tXEctm Dp..TJtIl"r. I14th V shoatdifdl standTft ; I Indicates boundary,and defines political iWlaltjfiriolfrce.: _
ja6e6 f-h 1 StIidt 4$ rlreia it ucn' ; the i'1'US'3 ; 1850, J' mpUslutfenfbf bf tbe'wlab* p opl* name ol New possible_:dangers r,oat':let .V t
any power3 ripw'since; aue ;- Av ; ne .. v nisbes if the'people-) nter- I no territory, except, by/lhe V
h.t udrit:11I, that tioa'baa,'becDn V qowtionJ betweenlie 1bkis'Exci1leicy. Zi 2'1t1Ilo"" : nOr-thwkrt'th0 fot'theestablihu1e5t4f* ; ,iC free, I Mcxic'q; ,and &far. ..that tadlClle aDI- stttat"jUste4., ruod V _

iDU1tan4jyAe utt:t 'c Stain of Texas and-:the >.DnitftLStales..; sofa ',- .P.ruidmt.tJiJr'iV.atlll. States* tined th.th govemtht fOi'' thifi Jt.referred to a. pQwt tjitory'which and the'love of the tJAioD.ms. V 5,.

.; yiy dvy xjju ar.- edanyTerrilory .e4, as.tb i boundary! ip doubtful that doubt \ 'si&:- Br.autborn1. o(th' l pdpulat tqqb1itanciTi proteetiond.benefitV: bi..is I!I had> organized undffsnillwy authbrdy1I counsels, both-ltntil3 r tf V

ofmslt J cart. onljr! .e leroQyed;by jjome act of:-Coagress ..Texas'trie Executive of,the.Btate,,;,1ni> eb their own twholr tiupoae'&nd objeCt vf I approv byth zgcuLVer ft04 left wjtboutto United. !, ._ V
the ? VIMfri ,
Sfefc tf ifiTJlHJi'tfcfWt I :; 'iffnSch he'iBMenl'"of."'th,*StateofXexa T foary lastf espatcbea special, eommissionrwith evidently' -officer comutands&n&hii 1Tmintra IJ! otalerationby, Jnpealor1Itor csrrywvtOUaU7 .Iv-w 1IXSUVWO4 V _
.nTOWizelnaivtdj 'fee;; carried ':to)ext ibe order.>Tbt.military In ltg 1'I\t the *tt f)7Oet.d) V V
jnaf tehecaBarjfJliT: jraome appropriate ; fBll-tJower and Obstructions Am.rleu cftiZen. ,;\\b u r"JJJ1J., CtV .
elsewhere for }f-***U 'ina' iW.af af.'n'' UJe' cTlhir.-t'aov4r :lNOCtAt wer& sqctnrndz niotbuLbeSiIe&tP asaa : : _' Vi4tul'
trial for alleged .legal adjudication; chhe e,n Jurisdiction Wtb0OLC1A''&JIdV pptbX.I Pzst lt Vfamllg' V
be Ioo:"w fet Vo f resisted meantime if disturbance? or coUiawai't;arise. the alertptoyed iua oun1iss QfJ U'1SIJs"ortb, icqunted ..tbU in- tsnbti ciWal V V.' V V VV '
u.Jpect .1.t* $ 1
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; t $ *psiUofthe lOLli. The Southern Itepr.s.at&Uves'The V MABflFBSTOivised : V V The foll4rithi, rote( by which tie

Aa aSur was IKK it toTtght'm oar city lt6' and leaspreBarbecue.- California ll : iwdjthe.Senate.-menti on V

4. .' yee7 tt.fcrhitb; .-attention was au ticc ol the q4ontbjrn Jem- 'a.political opinionr( bWqwn'petVV. V of which vfcjnftd j in tor but;

'I :-:::: Tbf 'principa actor in it is General bets of thelIo4$ of. V appears in the laztVNeudIsjtZ.14O i&I.r* t V Yean- I Bald win, ,Bell), Benton

I : Cfe fin, ofewxrk a gentleman of fifty its eonjtratttiaiioiw tReJteu o ,;cwi : UjPftdr Florida." Jradbury, t *ue Chase,Coer,*< *
1 *Lty yells fagje,! somewhat widely' dition ;pf the stat joined resolution; which AR111I4GTflCABELL.VVV the V"I: love the Unfon with a.reasOnahte aSec- of Mass.. clr4n, Dodge,of Wis.Do/
bew&s tbdokI a paper called Coop* had been mislaid and did not reach "the V dudes tbe.tpters in general, tion not with a servile or superstitious revteUe4reaUftTiabl4deiyLjova- of Iowa* I7G1* :Ewin Vclch _
. I &$ ?.rftd, bsbf; at Albany. lie Press1 until after the'publication of the othM elective franchise is'unlimited rj djis all

i i* tfie .r reenlert* lIt', n cYseVtBe.important coca it for the benefits it if is bestowed on as, and us, Phelp&'i S4yijIJ

s' _, ndent pf his own RtsotveJ, That the true .boundary ofTexas umeotjfctht candidate wili:hare to atethe shall continua tolove it till it'cease to be- ince; Sttfrl
ing" S r writing and is that defined by the act bf'tbe' Texas StMltt, V& stow blessIngs, sad besomsa Lbs destroyer ofourteace Walker, % WnthroyrV
. > b1en4n&b th4IU8U1S5I aa the tflSOf Congress Decembtr 9, 1836;and it lithe OZIAS B.DDDINGTONJA generaL appetite andeafety. Should I live to see Nays V
duty of the South to maintain the same, unr flV Pp bat tejia mte? durigisea2e%. that result. IVWOUId bats j (101014 and I rien DutI4 N1 6fVVVk.4Th13

byfti less a satisfactbry adjustment of, it is 'had: et4 sive tour.T"

J I BSWwBR-YA tf IV resolution*:pi we

VOp EJor&da'Leglltttir l | ?to .'sbow-that; rotate sword bgduist bis till mother be taeaoe cotfntryVand tb* 'Father wvirsheatbeditagaia *
; i from'the Represertta in" f the 2 f Otei tt3i0iLYt4a
r ve Congress rpm his tCITC&P1fl&Vtb 16rh.4lierittbq *
: : also V V'V of that -country which faaatics: err -n'ow
#;:n Vhilea g pd1n )rj pyVware the following letter i : We **riauthonted'< to ..annpuncegister Missuri coin- plotting tOidin.t' V V" / 4i4mit

the"cityf Captam"eerstboktbelir Was1u1'GToE* AuI3,18ZO DAY1DS.VUKER, V .. VVf1 prpmiseV i Th'is U'doneito mustrate? thebeautifal We: venttfre'to think thahhVUnlonij bad Bradbury, tt4au aonDod ofJeIa
.jMessra'EDITORS t Ijohserve ia-theNa; l' "
V I psi- jntelligencer.of this i morning 'a brief bfPublic LandXaVtbe lecti6n.n| 0tober haiV of coniitency2whicb the asi it i' ,'js notstilikelto"tlestroyoerpeaceI4ejr ones
: S 1iC ae 1lf+4 the i> e"District ofF P.'BIair line' Tn, report of:the proceedings of .a;;:recent'meeting next j % ,> s *; '* Major anj h5sci* e'"al6matisMve ail ] as f/unawi;,.and as the ei ItcotL4. /

.I 4 j ,f aij'th'e elty **. of.the Repr.sentative8. from?the-!slaveiolding V aion1kpi j;; ;t syUab1sfs iioutDemocri. some.'prospect.:of_ :Alajof becoming .n"Wjy V Fret
'C. States of the.Union-.with a.. ,of Coor'Dn $ 1jass,
4 : V hi+ 1bk&ta tintil half-ptel < copy PLDItIDijrd candidate, Cauwbomth ; ioetf; as-'WashlngVp was- ,
tit9r I htjOUtd'bf a heavy the resolutions adopted; by committee 'of % k laCouii siwell u if he was'' Democrat and prvjdedihie Mi rthwaid, jps
V V ithe 1 cIa fifteens-pile,1 from {eachStateappointed s, Major ( a good ) thonging rai ipiTal pnjwe'anuVipate.a M
.rrcege'res 1I htV 4vereesaTLqs mryV for that purpose V*ti ** V Our neighbors.of Columbia.hav, been for his'partysappoHedfn: ; JSTpf word still.happier mbdjficatioft'iif V V

tbbobjtcto( thsrur. I.deera.U, due io myself r tor say v that 1couldnot somb ti9e movinoit the.aubJecVof about Mr. Cass and 'the FIorajIatfrms,V his lately expressed sendm nts.; andfloustoneljt? V

. : jjV beiiad coide qoitenp to them, concur in any one of those resolution R ad .-, It s, ptoos4.totgn a toa'd. TT- which.wera.,all .sileni:,asl/tos the .Missouri Major Beard closes with ig odd] Ia1ut] V var.)StcttnderoJ
. night being virjf dark and c6udy,1! ?, and:that.I felt it to! briny duty to vote, in Gorjia .Books the middle link''of the ai&Wles-4.1 sz4 i
and that ( di4.voteagainsttbe.a.doptioa; :ol f Newport !to'some.pqint compromise- rjcht| at th lW ns l e obig\tloQ pl'tbementj : m- V 7rSoiiH( &.. cbaeAfl&uajs2..TOtI74V4J ;.
GbdJ a'fence
%*. Captain Td *xteronIy' poshed'wheelsinfsmlthey rich and all of. them. V : V f :.>?>** have been.ordered to becpened! for tubscrip- Majoy,, .' cfiatnaa, .. a',disting.ttishedt'pltrirt J '' ,. '' ,of the State,' of hjouelf, aodi of.the politicians :;
beteMrpptikrlDt.tttebind t % : ; **
. i; and Cox I will further remark, that I-was'riot present tion to stock, and azKeCtinof holders Isjo p&tbenoise an4confusion cfapast occa-- wbo are id become so suddenly ardintjo K&ys 4*) -? ,

. ,tae" borsen;* An''exSi ,at the meeting at.which L was-appoin. take place on the.tBecoJid Tuesday !in. JJeptember. eton,.: Pid; not. Mr. Cass.assume a, different behalf of the. publicinterests ..nptfprgetting hisBa9,.BaUer, Clemen*;DavZ,

., t S Si fr m' the inmates was led a member p(we committee, but Hi ;was ., .Tli yir to decide uo n the route. platform 1- Did he.not advocate a ddetrine to ; thrust abtralf vifitlidrawng" ol Miss; ; ;,Hanterr; King Maicibj
informedthat it 'understood a Rank
was.distinctlysiaiedand give Seba4; oul TttftJey aa&S&tor'.j
VI r fOflO4ifbir1be discharge' a ass pjsStbicbV ,in the meeting:,ihat no One was to The matter has been seconded by a meeting which thVlate'tunended;Comp"romlH.ffeciually ihe Droops to jrhip Texas,"; tVi. V His ..5. T > rf 't ;

be considered in manner bound,'without held iaThomasviHe, Ga. The Tallah assee- barred that of noji-fnierye'oiwn ; hi-Me3uL
i # jif b4fl thongh they list of M. any wiTH anxiety*'if sincere, U praiseworthyWhat Eni1
ear horse. General his own/-coacurre"uce, ::in any' re'solutba axis desire that the road pass, through their the rigbtotthe.tCrrhoriee to. keepiout the ever be1 oTtmr D wsbn.* ai4 Tataj
: thercomplexiptf Legislature",
.. f Cpiieihiis"wpiip reef y, and his fine-spirit V which wise should,might be not concluded have felt upon myself.in itr at liberty-other- city, and thiak, from tlie'dimihished rates of slave owner 1, Did not the bulkof1he Florida "we.hppa.itwili.. unitediy cbn"sult the\wishes :hays V IS.S.l.Ifl1 vCfarkej 4V V BpzV..B4rlaiif V :V
: $ d J3V'IIT44 J4r bjounded off had the the bulk-oftne business
l.. to attend take in the deliberations transportation, Democracy, with pome con'tortiqns, en of the :
:; 1be hiotb ft &Ipced.w Officers Davis or any part our people on subject of the Indians; claEj:4ytqn, Downs,. Mangam,
4 V;*; V *n4uidr4wpuUa General Chaplin of the committee. would betransferred) from the seaboard rail dorsc'Mr. Cass, cast their voles for him, and but this necessity .does-no take 'away tbe PearceV-8. I; r. -

p : Yours, respectful! ,. V road totherPlank Road, thus benefilting strive to elect h'un; and did,not: the District character of sophistry front what Major Nothingi Wdof boundaries itt'the BUI
t '*. the inmates of the V latter and the town of Newport., (f f tt,1** -< "* ffj' j V i4t -
V .Nin thiPilttktion Committee of East Florida. referrinff to bis has said onIhe point, .or from tbemannerin passed.
V l
f, % 't' i iiid't'o $ rT-men belonging to the V Nicholson letter"?* aVwar F j with I Ivery" JIft the V ihl41.on : Wcdes4ay & iV
.. ? : the Hon. A. Stephens.Kel the Washington Rejnthzc.The !Ew FLORIDA STEAMER VV asjt was which be.bas said it.. $ !: .;bji

, V ec oe ( <;were.carrying on a Southern Pre*s of the 8th inst. gives The Savannah Republican publishes, an he''Missouri 'compromise, declare Jt--the i"i V- HuiiterV1! jitieI,a protect toT breai
(V ttkil the beselger around its views of the President's message and the word pf .the Constitution, which t cuts the We arc gratified to learn that some of our tered on [ $$4pJ/against CaJifOTn1a4

;... : th flbbitigt N l lei* than eleven halls reply of the Secretary of State to Governor extract of a letter dated at Saratoga on the Gordian 'knot 'of.'the Abolitionists I" And friends aboatBlack Creek, who were a little bill, signed b| ssr.Bu r and

.t, : V' feiolveifickmible) calibre.' Nor Bells letter. In so doing, it, aigues at 9th inst., received in that city from Ml A. did hot Major JOHN' BeAftp who now; tries] disappointed with the nominations at Gravelly of South Ca| ; ouT4Virginia'
1' th'e:: duuiders$ idle. The length the right of Texas to so much of the CoHEfy Esq., Agent of'the/new boat being :
Hill have bad the merits of their jj
burnish objections '4JiidV Yaee
I V to upthechaint1 vote oLFlorjfa
was very dark; territory of New Mexico as lies east, of the built by J. F. RODMAN of New York for the
T il the ptd ijrIve fought to the last, Rio Grande. Several'of the positions taken, ft LEWIS Ciss 1, and the strength of their nnmbers,test Turney.ofDavis V' (4ee: Sonle, of LonJsahaf

:: only ceafsing''wien'the| last limb was pinion- in support of the idea that the Federal Government Florida trade : The letter also quotes the slavery resold ed afa public meeting of thefr! own 'appoint* of: I4v i; and '

. .. : ei,and the fea bt shooting each other rendered are estopped from denying that title, uBy the time you receive this the frame of ions which were passed by both houses ofhe mnfon. Saturday last, We learn that some Missouri. : ;
the 'will be Her boilers ->- % '
dtbateable,1mt steamer >
.t. ihfpplicl trip measure powerless.TbJEy.TOv .- are at theleast can perceive new up. '
." rtbecto returned shot for shot as no necessity for examining them. The are going on rapidly, and will be done last General Assernblj'and for which, thirtj'five or forty persons were present,and Mr. Davieeption Ia4objetUdto. thftTeMr <<

, V long as the nni{ from within was continued.At gist of the matter lies not in the question, in two or three weeks. Her Kngines will ilr.Bryant voted, and which have been so Mr. BudJington candidate against whom of l st .
I Goddard whether New Mexico belongs! to the unorganized also be ready and mostly put into her the levelled. Although -
oppjftdmeipf ifJiwalni ..approachedrtbp.ta'friigedcKjr often appealed to with an air of- triumph to "objections were chiefly' Mr.Jlunt4 iei MesssH ,'BlJ.
V and a pistol flashed federal territory, or V constitute, in before she is launched. She'will have a nnobtrasive such win '
.kts Those resolutions'were entirely on occasions BenW1 adgarflq
rove inconsistency.
: b Eear'ipqougbtr ns'jfaceUo scorch his left point of right and of law, a part of the State beautiful model with fine 'pjoportions for usuallypve.are, told lr. B.'felt' callrti
: ; eyefcrowtv Fovthlshe returned two shots, of Texas. Those who are of the latter speed and freight. We think of the name bypothecated'upon the'passags ol.Federal [. to meet the objections urged in public others opoJ Ca SBUdeT

p .* botfcbTVhlch fcfe'tbpl'usved to have taken opinion, equally with those who are of jhe 'MagnfJlia' for her." enactments which'have not yet been, upon remarks, and that he was. fully sustained by Berricn, and ton: jsuppohed the motion.

: e ebftgcig.14ot Mortally. One of them former,.must, as it"seems KTiis, agree upon and which wewouldfaio believe will not ii ar1ythewbo1e assembly, including a few Itwasthwfponed 'noSion of >*-. Pratr'L,

I : V 1odedVinthe 4hitc'K ipf'the fighting negro calm reflection that the President takes the OCAZ.A MAILS. V be, forced upon IIP, despite all eytf auguries.We of the smalPn umber who were at first unfavorable till thrf'

: V. ahobelongs Jr. Stephens; the other only admissible view of his duties. We regret to see the complaints of the the'One of these resolutions to him. A titas made to confirm The bill '% i
lesh/woiin'd in the It cannot be denied that the pe.ople iri the quote upon g aguYernmet1tVIot.NewMexicowas
same negro's4fr Hill
the f f j the Gravelly proceeding?, and, to
.. J .I batlk; tS i ;\ actual occupatibn of the region to which th e Ocala Argus, of non-receipt of Re- which the most has been said, and which avoId| further, misapprehension vote was .taienup. And after

hilethTis of the be- Texa lays claim, hold it and ever have held publican/and other Florida papers. The the itig anvoJed Ho.conform
ng, on, one has been held-upas political poignardto taken by yeas and, nays* when it proved al : tbe'Utih
V: tiV4rty oopd to undo the trace it in subordination to .in-adverse' claim, that same complaint was made by one of pur stab our present candidate"fdr"tbe Lower most"unanimous'for confirmation-not rriore bill, VIt wi$ f 4 V t?>' hejt. S '

I'j.; T ela'a1)4 obiai2flgtlischargetl dkthe horses, and bis Mr.last of transferred the'ancient, as State they of understand New Mexico it. ,to now the subscribers at Ocala,,who railed on ps a few House under the'fifth"rib, 'because .be voted than four or five-yotiiig nay uMr, Harris, third"reading ,' -ictioa! to .- ...y -, sfir.nki -

1etifit't tb front of the carriage United States, and not to Tei<>4. If Texa* weeks since, but who states he has'not're* foyt, an'd is npw'favp'rable! to the mairi features immediately'Iearn\vho declared was'cnairmaa his belief that the the meeting county ; mot proviso \ ec'ed-yeaa 2 ,nays 25.

Bpoa;' 1s.6 s.ba;kand| bounded .,ffom, has the right to possession, she has never dived one number of hi paper, which hi.e of the omnibus : endorsed the Gravelly,Hill nominations, as follows j Pi i C -1 :* V .r-
j, without injury, as obtained" its actual enjoyment' ; and that p i. been regularly mailed from this office" iri theOcala Resolved, .That knowing no' party namss and, .that, though lukewarm before,'be.would 'easMee.Chase ilJ win;Brad&ury V VV ,BngiiV V

,: the-blood m"U s tracks!. evinced. He has thai es"sion which, so'far is ask supports any, .supports package since it was ordered', We or political divisions questions involving heartily'sujip'ort thenC We have, too, an Coopez r l ivii, of>M .asDodke,' f t"intjirop"
the .
.V recognise by occupants.It have, since the establishment of our paper, in th settlement and consequence the'cha- assurance irum our friend C; pt. Butch, that Wis., Felch;'* ti,:Hat, Hathln3EUc

.( jtajjtnre |t"aa now couplete;an4 upon may safely ,be.granted the purpose of had occasional from other racter property and liresW those'whom-we he Ts the same true and tried Whig, and that Norris PbeIp1 MtJs, Sinitl LTpa1YaJ. ,
the that complaints -
mistaken that
a. tlithrigftrnj extent.of the.damages, -allamaU'd'tXat argument jhey -- quarters represent, we are ready heart And soul, \vitb for the sake of his party he will rally with kerVbitcofn1; ? % -20. V # V.
little done. A in point of fact tfcej plight to eclare thVm- "of the State of a" similar character V *
wte ,
so was cotbinon
4 a united front, to join Virginia,1'the,Carolinas liis.breihreu' in the' caused / Nys-Me4r r.Aarbiao u, Bi3ge ,
flek"c6kUd tn jWe tin bf Mr. Butts, a bul- selves of the Federal ienaiits of Texas, and abjnr ,the title though perhaps not'mpre frequent than 'the and the other Southern States, in-tak So, after all, the faint hope ohrr ne'ghborshad BentozBerr4i ii Cass, DivYuf"V;

V xthey4s bat a singed GfveVhment.same offence If fhey/didlsp/ common caSUaltieS and delays incident to ing such measures for the' defence 'olT-'ptir. of catching1 gntlgeonyon the Bail Creek Dawson, Do%, of Iowa, Dow' '

': : ebWpith rpadoECapt. Goddard, and they the United wpnlil'cranrnit'tKe States which ihey.are against the transport of mails :occasion, and ''there rights and the preservation of'ourselves and Bridge has vaiiwheil :It'may prove a t'Cayuga Hoirsttm, Hu i Jones Kfrig*,. 3laun.1aon .
sic rd/Mr: .Cox, are ail the dis- npiv.cbmmiUTrigagainsrTe"xas those"whom we bol4'dear, a-*' the .Highest lrUg&' to them aflastiThe'Democrats V ; Mortify, ITttt ?: ;
-that 'ot disputing a fore we have made no grumble In most .
: : ythe.lcapto.-s.] The
; can* wisdom df all may, through a Southern con V V i i out. Sturgeoi ,
*. '. :'V l tives'far .lit >rorse. General Chaplin diluted title/ Whether]it ought to 'be die- ih'esecases the'papers hait al'fas't "cometoliand. vention or otherwise, fcnggest and devise." assembled itetha town on i Tbe %' h
tifue'tij :
V t db! r"nbtj 'is 'a wK ch neither jSenatepnin rJiuz wach.efiy
: fcadj.hisjiead.tbesnren; ) *; I Jr, Stephens's put : question, have learn
u man ..- We.regret to grumble about mail This Is also hypotbeticarupbn 'the action Saturday last we nominate a*
:' tbStwowpurid ilreadfl described, and ..Mr."i they nor Tx'ai nor the President, arc cunsuro 1 i discussing theIroi ttoiheotither
: Toombj man !" reported himself to vested'with the power of determining... irregularities, Postmasters, or Post Offices, of "Virginia, the.Carolinas, and the other candidates 'for' the'-next; General Assembly S aatpra, th&ihiOot

: V The Press throughout asunes that Tex throughour.paper; but 'in the case of the Southern States?: and according it Florida the following; "gein1 men; ICharles Brow- record which; o > bf ray roils of the !

.. t'tbe to captives were: yesterday committedto as the Has that to polver take such; at any rate, that he has- complaint from Ocala, we'are compelled to, instead of taking any leni, should! have ard, for Senate ;,Thomas L lwitn and Dar was refused (U >1 motiou* 11-* b' 'ing":tolay .on ibe

prison by .Captain.Goddard, ,to await right measures as practically from the simplest demands of attention to awaited the decision of 'Southern ling Prescott for the Lower House.
V therrnirial: and it is 'understood that in the assert it, if need be, with an army and table) by the kjtotviig vote "&#> V
in battle. The of such our,interest. Added to the disappointment States and when decided The candidates have all -been here since V
by success absurdity unequivocally
:, SuU'of Maryland, General C after having Yews Mesfrfc. Bfufger, Benton, BraJlmfj
; atoned: to.rbe lavs ofthe Digrict? ,'will be re- pretens'pns would be apparent to every one, of subscribers at not receiving their paper, for a Convention, should have entered into the days of Mathusalem, if that's any recommendation Bright, 'CliaeJ Copper, Davis: 'of "MaiiJ*

:. qviredto answer the pharge of a murderous if put forth in behalf of van individual. Per it affords an excuse for declining pay sub. the measure heart and soul." Did "Virginia though we V are not ceitain Dodge, of WtMtxwtn,, Downs, Green Hami-'

."2 fv assabJCA 'mulatto..man, named Warner haps it may be thought that the cirfumstan- scriptions when bills are presented, when the Carolina.?, andthe; other Southern that they are all -" born South.1*: We do not Iii, Houston, MiIftr,1 Norri*, Phel!|>il ralfi"Saith ;
ces pf thfir being'set upjn.behalf, a.sovereign -
Harris; the First Ward also UaderwjdJ *
residing in was ) 'Upham, anJ1'Wtatarbjr
labor has been and make that Relieving that
expended, our a prereqursitei a
our State'sdemand
$ cZniltd topron; "-3 an aider and abetter State may change, their-.character.- papers a Convention]; Did Virginia -22. ; j ?
p L Built is clear enough that/the" attributes of despatched with promptness. We can good citizen is a gudcitizenverfwhere.
only of
V }J.1. :t V according lo the judgment her primary Nars MeB **. jAicnsoii, uamweil, iJer-'
.. I. t tV State sovereignty'cannot extend beyond the like tbe Argus, inquire where does the fault assemblies *Did North Carolina-without The essential is rather hinted at. by oar opponents -, rien, 14IteV! Casj Daiis of Ms DawspoT''
: :
: 'V State limits and that distinction *be
I.V Co greu. V no can lid We.think not at Jacksonville, as we as wjrecollect'ev n. a voluntary dele and they are welcome to the literal Dickinson, Iite iclf iowa, Hunter, ila i4V fl, *
based on this circumstance, in 'respect to ? V Morton
The.corrsspondet of f he Charleston Cou proceedings had in New* Mexico, without have inquired of our postmaster, who is usually gate at Nashville Did Louisiana, Arkansas idea. Perhaps however, it would be] more V ,;Kusk.j Turnyant S )faslian-Yoee) SbieJ.I-19:*7*SJoJff'Sturgeon '.*

: rysTbeSoiither members of the begging the whole question. prompt and careful in the discharge of Missouri or 1 rational to dp without Northern ploughs, V V ,
Georgia, ; Maryland The bill
I Hoose mrt on Suturdnyjereninit the 10th to Under the rules which have been found to pjovjde'ta] 'territonaj.rgorentmfnf .,,
; rettire.-therepo&tjf-thesr Committee Fif his duty. It is at Palalka? IsitatOcajal! Did Florida herself-too chivalrous to await mill machinery &C-, and import a few more for New
essential to maintain the ie4co was passed
: peace and good order The Argus traces the evil, to Washington man to initiate us into:the manufacture of by a vetajof
be artiohfof/her/
I teCfl i/irelatiofttotha'dourM to the tardy more matured sisters
V proper pf society, the individual in' the actual .27 to 10-M sva.;phase, Dafisof Maw
psT3e&L.Ae5in to-the territorial possession of land, however frivolous his City. We. hope the Department will .at --did, even, she', ini.majority her counties them at hornV] V V Dodge of Wis;
.4 .wyqution.'he: report,I under claim it is the 'let the JGreene, Hamlinj'iPhelps
to protected against the' violent any rate supervise matter, fault her the
distinctly assent to
: express
cncl hand the To ] .UphamJ aTher
V V $ lL&casnot meeting disturbance ot that ; rhawapplicahle/andbeatttiful
possession bftheVtrCe where it :
jest V
V: cae1o uqdecisMn.. fe greatest 'modera- owner, however Indisputable' his title may may measure 6These are' 'questions which weare'not the "tex 14' of the new'territonei operates, ting in the negapvjourned ). riesenat. thei

: :V tipo'jrevailed ifi'the .oceedingi- and ad- be, nntil an adjudication by some competent The.Steamer,loanhoe at present supplies eager pnt'ripw; except so, far as and'the "rush" with which the Atlantic over to onjay.TheHouse .

I dr6e5L1Mwreting, p4d adisposition for' uthoritc The considerations which render the their]answe bears,.upon our present county horde it ,when it in e ,n unted;the1 day
r. baoy&cpnciiztipa '.was manifested1. this apply with place,of the Wm.Gaitontfm the.line sweep a way tomes COB ibIa.1
necessary greater force areconfident that
canvass, ,i\Ye when tbe' '
.,.. Threy&in impreieiia among the South- communities to individuals,'in, the pro between Palatka and Savannah: The Iran- ; flict wjth their interest or convenience; we cuision of the |>riident'g Texas
hour arrives for this
e4ahatthebil1whiehtheSen.; portion that a warfare]; between tbe fprmef hoe has-been thoroughly overhauled pledge pf ourLegislatur -V copy.the following*extract frorattne Pacific .
V V ***iUeen4 to: have sent, 'will than cbntst-. andMc. 'be fulfilled, the Whig'! candidate ot| >
is more deplorable aprivate iPraIcisco
: : Ncw of &n
paired. and Is commanded by LCapt : ( hcl The
;V V pas the Houae.4 The I Texas bill. and the Nor is it difficult to show that the same', respect i.V1'* = "' ''*' *' ''* "i r,7.E>-'it, Duyal county,,jf_, bosen,. w41 prove their of ppe ,. -CotteafljteS.VV w.c.fc-.i-.r-; rBv-45 ;sa
UWt obfore ibe. House.' The Nelly, wellknown in.this as a complaining' reports tbat Congress th.sana
vt... is'paid to1 possession"'even as against community lyalty to,their Constituents.. f to investigate ef ;terWVe. Iraca* ..bttweui.
V CoiarI.1L;pal. week J TJft bill jighte of' sovereignty.'' 'The rue! thatrho popular steamboat'master... *-,- | But we digress fromMajor: Beard's letter
efl&tlrtCtTLOI1 of NewsMexico ;
man"should be punished as a traitor for adhering "ii V.V i "iWe VVV > condition: .. s* "C, 't rnuneahuioo&deI of iaor 4Uig
$. .V; V tolftke" effitctyjpdn ther assent-of Texas to to an actual sovereign: in opposition regret to perceive, in a:Jamestown; svbIchhowe&eriwe; did ]nut design fully to "Itrnay not beaniTss'tp'siateibat ; )>
.... ': tbeeat p ppbitoiVoICongreu tbol; mael will V then If V pass the to the claims'of the rrgbtfnl fcmg, ha long (N. Y.) paper, a record of the r death by consumption comment onA Alluding to his efibrUo txpost T under ''no.'eireumstanceSj eive'up- and joking i|, Cdifcoitteei peridinifa'se41ne *"**
opposition/ of
V I been engrafted upon the jurisprudence of the.SenaU and the her' State: e !bpjaiions1fromBulHV"( ]
\ Nmelould.iwt revive the WilmotPronsatbeje 'of/HiNRt, tuwRweE: BARiiictiv1 superiority | 'organization]. She has' instesCjtped '
** =
V the 'conntry troin'whlcir'we derive dur the Missouri from"the crnditiw and'unintelligibilfties" made a.report MT eyHbiiak" -
V bills way pssss. vgbt as a laws; 4V V aged 25 years, ijr. B4Jt.wil.beemein. pf Compromise, the letter Bays: -
prudence thei Southern : ." '*r of' the.Mexican code. "Under it .sKe 'voked thedifficuliyiBfntoaFoote paisae&itjandI
#/ 'members V The'princfpl'vfhch'li( ? >svajts foundation bered, visited Jacksonville for his health in baive-Bronght'befpreypnVfelloW-citi- ?
would still'be
V lntoadefeiTugV.thaCaIiforniabilltiIl! zens, this condensedview, .the laboring bad the]:action.ol : ended h.-an&p4 the whole thhf neftfr '
V matter;
V to
has been extended asthe rule Government' the winter of : ;"
; pur 1848/ > been
thatL tbrtlV v iatisfaclorilyc4jeposed i in1 Its'.foreign" felat sthatofec show you *at once how much the Sonth'has Congress awaitraNeither lo thia er party is as inioceht ad Iamb], :'
of 4 The friends. of Mr. ;Kn eIand,, who. state of vassaUgr institutiOns foreign to
.' &'t j- t : : spent already given"up "tosecure] barmbny,1 and
jising'Tl tbes which' nil to bean/glv
government. we the habits and education ] topfc.fejr.any comm'eeb.Vi4.lQwitbouI
of Jher citizens ;
V 'fc < the Iawinterbere his i that what nor
,- find 'et bliihed difac2 without ibnir wjth family, fot?the you,:may see apparent unanimity to a"second vassalage 6f Territorial Government l iato.apd
) JSontbernj Senators op ing'tvheth fanother ugh i\ot\ toexistd. benefit of the healthoh latter,v will: be has hitherto';marked the course :of'public under avyc
raifttpf Cs1ioTniiithoot men in defence'of' Congress,1'will'she submit how fierce )look, theyrejw that
p jure. Iwe? isthus your honor, ybur"rightsiand
ppssefsion sject that be ralso
pained this
restriction of tie Southern V -1 o& .be 4050 V f VV
a boundary, will ed your safety. 4 in sarnemanne will.the inclina- no more.? ,
r by'sovereigns' 'against Vpvereigns.- life recently at the' residence'of 1ui T fatheriii.1v,5ia VVV : ..
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bt4ptT$1XjtitiAahla all -
using parjia.thepurpose --
} How cart Tixas caiineXempti3& from.1 this V .. *Yehdpithewriterdid not aesign to, n. tipns and mterests, of, the >ne population y.4cp !

.' ;. V : p Prere4*: common law 1;!If tannot beupbn the ground Iew.York.V. -., V elude himself among theuuMnimouj] ] Mis' dispose rof the question i of slavery in the! It appears" that t14.} ?It* preaiakI
ihe'ExfCu'tive V '
that V .V
and VV V
not. united iaavoruL ; determine the Validity onght of her to "examine tileic..r'that eo2y V

cfaolCald jiia, if they w re, involves the'rrghf to "determine' against; It,* rhorof, white boy beirig.stoien >by Indians *iitW affirthation'dttght "L'k. J.* .? T"-T J( iiith] *_ i ,- DCIegai Jron the VV 6ul5df! vnt liv 18i ai

thpgc thpkj21appsreitht ittJt Many: \efl44o" of them the and could exist'in the Execut ve'oepartrhent from'the lower part Marion"cotrrttyJ havi 1igh tmreftected Beard dden (Oregon, tells Lus that>there is a field for tboperatioo wbomM4 BeatJ"- him* V tf laraMjth'?5* f vjnent* f\

} : ': the ho otherwise'trJan'as necVssary'to' the' 3,15. 'ingpr&vdtrtie." The JatIi1 ;as'ent'Jor''ir chain|.oCvcbhsitencyj.suspended] ;,over **he of alaverf a*farNorth Oregon of supporting in :I34p t Bar* the Presidencyit.1
VI charge offlhelfo ty 6f active interposition-: -V ff < '* < *-m1 -! chasm of the Cass lection V and in'vanons partfof Ulahian'5 New
t-4 VV J fu bdngVJrpIIhe horse;wbich.he.rode f ,, rf .4 i iTowards'the Mex- .still prides himself ialjoRag- iaI4iI
either fesflr"rfTheiPresiSent
wa :wc tome W the same {
E f to M' roe jn the-jffouse, ,to, fnaftt 'either respect' and, returned)Jbat\pightwith!>the ?,boy'Ouspen: close of the inaid tbpic tt the ko\\ end]t,1s,8 cp t'ther>;areBlwoik ; at faction.. The eotre9oqdent'ofthe' :&vannah .

41 Ta6j4'txa1D; 'iUansmiUed bjII this wtek,in order,4 that m intard.theiexisting!relation,;.ru ntil';they dcr Jbraided in ibis1 mane. ** iette,1hi'wtefiuts 'Info the'mbuth'of.tbe fojt4Ve A<>wnew. ia CaIifoua4 Ne writnz;
Texas V "
tq are changed byCongress- oritbtf: 'tourtsj; orhe ; ; : V. whplVN( etain4maginXrywwe ] thersea rovtt: there5CJadge; >:*Jaek )Rve f .
J wIusner 1gis1atur* iai session, Apt y&k 'r V h; S
; romiassuinatoaecidrf th* qoestiort'of i|. V SCnt ? rat BiTA1D C If.i-1i4r ..l>e,exfueedrom Georgta," iys'iT"I arfofie tif those wto Be
jnay aingarelobselypenned
1ti 1rth ma4to ti.r3fi opposifton tiinate.right in avor OWTexas'l'& 4mit William V '' "The project of;j union hf tbe EttWewitic **-
'H ei
;r'' frrtitoryjors cn..a'p that he could iprbperiyttlo the lattrr Would ; a Mb0reldtn1 and exhibit a little" rohehe s"fdls I1tth.t: aYyugesniortg party iafurthtin i tmoved that eW.**!*
V iMniir&ad dobt1ul ; in'tba'rfdnity 6?th'r BHsk( >srdxCh'urol ;rh vi enl t. n frf ;. Concede bis capacity tpxdecide:V it otherwis
$ drawAviUi it tomjecne ees inoch?tiriort. bMnlbf some ttmVllTteff i'Bliek Cr 4k', based pn the* Compromise bail, we would protected by ProTkJenctib; rit is rmdreJljkfcly Prinee hi;
cnntofiht $
1ir serious to Siate-righti thant.sult4rnyV to owj,I"d Il7 wi >9l It tttlpwrplbfoi wl- tfr be re stablisheTf'wblfe ItloJ U meata to oConvention 8i
doctrioe asjerud the V ,
n meisage'or letter of '
fJand4ubab1fi : V--* %' V M k, tfoot for ti.trttD | flaW'faf? ? .fc die prigbafefea. abohhd, ce ? t b.SitIdat$ 11 thSepctmkr:? .

i &JPVW"* 1wflWtton erfigraUo} Cin V .t. V rr V umbero ichoIari vs4rd : uru bf thebilLUetwiIl % $ZI1Tat. ,.alave Of course thisthe.HuakewMtei tha'Tbreaeifment
: beeareetlred.end. The mdepL4ut tiI'tn
.3- V EzpourtothRi*. l4or..is.profiteblef. theiitifl pltV ,

I i __ There-Are feif points,which seem less sen" j M glv childr.i$4&ug ; al1,1 ipt2Mt legislato? bi l tecoW 1 ; -ri76nSt.risPVbe ,
eraHy.onderstoodfioi d1tban.
41 fSp1ember .the factibat ihe appsure'to'the'ifn? 4o.tTbC 1Oe&ttoA sad [niolfrtwoihg .

V ;1 ] V without exercise? .aoffifteafctd /createisfreepernpirationrivill t4rmtl dqJib2u! detsi4o svifl tb. Fci OflC! wil th. face an .

V Jnvuo5". produce illness) !and that !1Y 4 the l,whnoIwlb oozzyeuleno. tneirbitoidrsunjon.s ,jt.baclw'aln' yWof these probaiblefartsi ol tbed tMCfVV V

,'J'e I L MV4-4 e t!!' Uis Baro exposure to-the sun,''with'eufficient; their ohOdna into' IOT for inif ructloa.-' ; bth tO11 1t totb bftw atiroij1'jn thei i ,
i exerciM*will not produco'itlnf ss.. XeteTSny t :> ';"nr "',' j1 "'." 1."'" "( **'; x./' f lat

nian sleep iatfii sung bewill: va'erpiri. 4'me&p MrSktto &nd

V teg andveyifl h p-frhap 1wfIfdieI tetl pclot ftf-th lUiianrwrtis J**potffng op for a wsscrosb .

V Mi14V ..V th $&nWmn'4iginthe .ufl .prespryidan sa4'utt Vr7tt54tjoWf r4r NsJ etiot erhrrJv4oUo IZ hk t the -*
,3V V legtfro1imtnd h.11 l ptf piritentimel & ; blob ir'Ta2 feAr4W ho V a -HlBiail *
1 ndoiidD a> ,> y 7ffrnyf l adB jN li jyS ;
,1 V D V rearktat *ipmchud b4ulttq ffpi bf as ttV .y j jo
;; s&vo.ytb daa'twut4mfort that nctoalj tetdiretfcryf thsttbbt Mjar fQTbliith 3lsDJteu4 of-'AJAa 'v;* .4 p 4

t % th4 beit: dpo1Uut&A iidl3' 3-4 ; OrUtnV 13. RcS! **
/theewiDdered 4&hcs bsiLi; a1ohewifrrr M 4ar&a 4i5ts oubriet1 it 41tnbejof ;
k- 4 a him (
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t'i slngl boZin4tey ar. th tr&I
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.: '' wivefro'n, Ij Euro ej:1" Ai'tf Contention orttheVhlgs of,. for tueaVttlr&toj p.r- $ X rm.I' k ftb ; tbt1b ; -,
" 1zttI ttf of t3e' 1m- comm,n 'Joh FoJtM.m conaiHS bjcld Picolata hIyi, -1P.tL1: LBett i _: '.
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j ".ft 4 it, 'A'"rp .ed,i" "' 1it"j b., > on the $6th inst.in accordaoct with previous S lc,0 0.ttkut'. 'Au-ei 'theWhtg the(nee4tetrj. lW* Team.moirtjptctW { umlfefcuat.Vecwicitfr .

i .,aceaem&rk.ana thDucesof, ,& 1es, :notice i !!, for,the,purpose pfDominating a candidate : 1'Q. k .r y'are ttejr Indebted faithsact Iltt'C nt:1 ISi11hl* ; ;_ s 141t' : :,.
.; "c1' .4. .."' R .1 to rtpraeDt.the raid counties in tbe i !Jdlttgfor;: hft/la/ or icih fr, mme thiriyifi, rtf ts =4tiWA.KIflxSikv'?' j ;, .

; : :'!- ",;.. f'nbw." .commenoed. in earnest.t ". 'Lower House bf the nexi General Assembly; tioaa: granted bjr< the United .States';for the the.town Jtbt ia.of to,*Winchesters; lhlttl.,I l ings of gratUndB fadateis $a* ; .,. '

;; ..U1a.lt.- ,10 *fjJBW ," H **& :the following gentlemen ''were_. present. as SchoolsfomriBeWhfgV.! .. ; ;\ 4M4** of%rirginta. iJT!:i kxftwta&aMrfAUkWtfeUtbtattUTewSstmnari&a..; S '. ;,

j ,.aID.' rmilhm& a tttalar wgkge"meat'ensutdTin .' :Delegateiz; V ,. I, ThejJLcofoco: partytadbeenjnkww5', erabrbthr t; 12nthI, i t : easbe H : fc I'fir ", '-

"t'jo whk11 She eSwet:T' f Freda St. Join 'CrontfCol l .John.'M., fcionof the:'LegiaJ rivior: iefi yeans" and studied.:law;.. nUt;;. : 4 -- keadV which tfUsM NtWiffjtesBSf "' '

J ildawa! of day I Hanson\ Iguatio Lopez ,Trancis Genets practicev and-.amaafied: .,a l ttoJ gtayaa eaTti. eu S
torioes. Tbe battle] !.bean ,: they .haAt'permitt: ,:Ueae: .sections Id be fifieeo $ w:"'$$l Wits
lasted eleven! aCUXi tie Danes at'i; Matias Leonardy, Ceiestin urpnardytiVterCereoplyj leased and foViMflgVnli7jhefem&rjBjion.the About tears this h 3ti Then6nt1.tLt11: Biwertfsasrtit $
': land i I Joseph Baya, James" B.ronce ; ; : niett Bf tht''fatht! ? t sat eviiftctou C F 5

tatked with abottt(25,000 i1 and the in- I Francis'Bridier, BVW..Brittj{John Manucy*_ _nost valttabi L I* portion_of them,,aVeilas tri:of.lie1:::Ule 11ajotLk, J.- IWM M kwnr Sami stVMftHI .____

anectionarj rmj>rai if OUOOOO. .!t strong 1 and Darius Allen, Enjir "/ .:' the soil}' had been'nearly destroyed by the'i Mount-Ver Woj1awb1flear': ntrt: ti c1l7atIipeksh.s&b.LIaSIbIdSSTW1t scf -

Tim centre of. 'tb' &tat.Ho1steineri" ., I From JHtTifort'0JttBltf- JosnBit Sytes, L lessee. The' bad ''by1 long acqniescencesanctioned 1 died several on J :Mrs.; toCseaiM.* 1eialtd .

tinder Gea.W Jleseu, op.ii41he' ? village of G. Dampeefi 'M.:A.;WilIiamsT Fleming B',, the"Hnjasf. claim'set up by it'eee-.. .sons'.-itir:, Conrad baa years. (ReD ago, i tried vavioa* nktetbtt;**stejlsoieC *Pam _1' -' ,-

A k link: dittaaci; ; Pot of the townI' I Smith, Jacob J.and Lee'John,John Knovrles Register, Will m' tion of..the.Stale; to the ,.exclusive, property United teSt aad resigns l 5 now weQ; the sOtaan W'.V "'-

fiAlrtwigJ) the. bines Blacked, both Crosby, sen., and right in, these"; sections The',Whigs House, hi ttrd t', ttf till the \ ) -r -... lct.attiteLb.i1tIntirilyU'VosIthi t
On motion f C Hanson, JOStiSYKES .. He is alrlart of ;
,. O:11 1
: oenue1nd| jer combat into iJehfred ilr 4 lf. ti orts,
coming _
triap ,bf'ftelr ; powefk ; aa: resisted the ant Ji dsont .
; Eeq,was,called, tte.Cbair, and :httnm { JJeiagnet.
*bit ; Wn'tinoed,for 8 *rkIhey brou-ht B. W. Bam, fisq .appointed Secretary- unfounded claim),and after a'MVere,jstbggle popular aajonjt1; the '\ OV A.t AND PERMANETHE

&A strenglh s&unst toe centrt a Whig legislature succeeded itt and the Whig i TBIt .
r:sable The Convention General) passing an party t ne : O'- .
being'organized, Mt = J C.- ,
it forced sefrrAtiv,oa,tbe.: ? A.I.LBEAtwJAUSI TAT8.(' 'S %
ef Willken'e troopN and length act to them alV-nd-.to: apply the'pro* ;';
nominated : l'r O.PTHB:
Benjamin Hopkins ; and'.his fcferytespect.we doltbt DOt PrsiiitJ
lumJto retnrn ugilowards; cetds in aid of common 'schooli'throtighthft ,StEb54kZt L a -
: nomination beJng niniftibttKly lr tojU limself fully equal to the J-.aaNDa, -ch-----
i .. the State '" ")'.JtrAjj : l FeIu'a at:, .
Ren fibois, but.the deleaj l i most Btgnal wsi : Departmeni.- _,
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and tbt result:toast be;ilLtjjm$ important to Resolved;. bnanimo siy, -That .!!"' To which party,>rttbe: .people'indebtedfor ; .. ,'$tctkM mtpriuiu.rhrbnkaat satrpeetsies

the DanesT."By dates from \ :mburg of the27tki BENJAMIN HOPKINS of Putnam eountv, the passage of the J;act providing/or the :We1etf1 r tipL'&w' ftttfrJ.''ttItlltd.fiut joint Ei' bottIe.tS5.For sale le -o,4-e --

wt'learn bathe tUlf| wounded and be declared by this,Convention as the candi. establishment and: organization of eqinmdn Ton a5ne ,from ..Cardenis, eoW' -a.ItiMbG t t'-ii hse& 4i.MANSM..ti&UoLzwis --

IslssiBgV in' the battle of JA>& edt, are now date of the Whig.party, ,represent the schools In'oar. State/ thus, furnishing, an opportunity there'-was' a"great.,bC. : frees fitlathrioiis till q MErtIwi .. !
b-drn,, a4.hcrv in ( Ufatff, in .
Counties of St John's and Tutnam in the in bf
statej : TeD thou&t34w|| which ,the fot the education improvement, areport ,n. rllfbti' '.
; Lower House of the next General Assembly ceived that another .a or #
greater share has fallen OKI j&l Danes ; the of this State. of their children to fit them for the proper made a landing at Ciebr .'thuj preparttlioaarestrdnglreoacen* S S.. -

immbV engaged in the a | estimated atP)9ttse.nd On motion, a committee consisting bf the discharge of their social duties, and to fill or bad tailed all the male all the Medicinal properties of Siau-' -. -S ; '

10.000:: I' era. those stations,which their merits would give in defence bf the city. .- eomblMcd with the toosT eflettdai --; -
following gentlemen viz t Jt G. TJampeer .. ; the most produetionsdbe; .5JteNi -
pa1rol'\fts-bpt altillry
: Nightly
The Borsenhalle tt.s'\ )i n. Willisenlefoseata them a right to OCCIlPI1'nsYer the -
M. A. Williams J. M. Hanson, Igaacio Lopez ; zetts of tbe place; .,It:wan ind nimples bf.vegetable kiuRdoibr

accept the Da184eneraI I : 8 offer and Frances Geneva, Esqs, were ap Whig .- on bdafd the shipping. d H has been so fully tested, not, dnly by- rs fstth 1otcDTs

olDuee Bays' truce on th'i $. To which party are the people kdetnJfor was some sickness lIui tbemse-lve i but lisa by Physielaji J15fl.ad. Ii
pointed by the Chair to ad vise Gen,Hopkins among : Meiis.,tlesw. Cooper, Lt Jack, aa$.
The English House of JGo f pons were debating of his nomination and his the passage oran act to secure and protect the plantations! There H hen received U" bnqiiali&ed rtco DorB>aab, re to-request acceptance northern odice sach-as ; and the approbation Of the pubs oas Md eevpaato withnT IWpouiat. S
,'the admission oii44i Rothschild thereof. the settle in the peaceful- possession of be.. The pt ;hare ill j and ba established on its own merits of the Tflwa, sad report *tbL..s 4 4
|qJi''eat; In that body, whjc tu resisted on The Convention then adjourned tine ait. landtLieh he bad )purchased with the the tJnited States Soar ft* tittrk: and>ttnticf; (2I'd'.' exist kwi*ithiM,.tt*same a&. detrliMeW to beehb _

. account. of his not taking jhdtescribed, oath JOSHUA SYKES Chairman.B. sweat of his brdw and upon which he had worth two r'Lij and nd to.theo tom ddda:iii t the within the corporate bta ok ::T.'iwa pemSa, -
.of Sanaplrilia :Diseases,have been trW 1. oUtfltft*,b I sed .3_ _
of Christian.. Het' >me time expended the labor of and made .
W. BUrT yearsj a
Secretory.Corresp4MHleM ,
ab'Jllifor S.
:;such as are Jrot furnished in the record 1 dtesmpudsieii 4ic.ts as.

elected' and his constituent! p.re becoming comfortable home for his .wile and children, HOSD.CRAS. A Belize".! time past; and what It tas" already'done; _

impatient; : of the delay i iu i, i admission. AmicsTisE t He KepbItr&nsST. 24 1850. against ',the unknown and dormant title ol I in the Picayune of the 31st i ii t.t the tboiisands who hate used i.it 1 is ta>! femoral by carts to be i eapZtli t8i*) : _

The Baron reiterated a trtiI i of the words Aug. some old grant 1 Answer the Whigs 5 and of doipg fo? .the millitini still sobering pose; aa4 farthel,tha& oeeti .remind to.a _
I On Tuesday, the 20th inst., a delegationof i hate onlyt 1 to strugfiing- with disel%.. t. purifies, keep their premises w Itturlt44h+ fri. a* ( -
6f the'Oath but being of 'jhe lewish l>ersaa. let Gem John Bcott of Mari be : .. ,
Whigs from the counties of St. John's county xt el season has fully set )eAo and strengthens the fountain springs: lime., ; ,CEO.J B..iUI&IA11d.Itttr i_ _
eonscteiJti s scruples praised font i and all shout Ood bless him! rain having fallen, Aug.j$53 h 'gt _
son, expressed lite and Infused new,vigor thrtmghont :
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and Putnam met in Convention at Picolata '
gainst*"" J repeating the o t JL la'StnUre.9 The To whom are the people indebted for a heavy flood in all tne, Creole animal frame* -1 ": S tJl.de ftiisak : '
and after a full expression of views and sentiments this settleine tr The thlsaftkle Ji 4
The diseases for which ,
maUer'U reserved for/uc3ier| coasidera- redaction of thai tame 20 per unto State taij floated hEtf1thi1i5de FL.455in :
nominated Gen. Hopkinsas cutting has been there to which it is known '.
Benjamin which fills the "Ancient with much are the Ta4io ,
tionr: I.Congress City so the course of Cewtord,aear ;:'
jj (.J a candidate represent the tvro countiesin horror, and give the editor such 'a night- be for it personal experience to be 'adapted; April hut;". moase-eolcrtd 1L" ; _

had by our 1 laist actounU on going the Lower House of the next General) As. mare 1 The WhiKS. PUIN DULEa. ready shipping those apparently. removed:,bypnar the male has beta nsaaag at UrgV ssss -., ": _
ten million thousand feet' of its action have yielded to its influ ra, plaatatiow from that time till. __. .. ;.
made no in the I think the different constituencies be from this w.. .AS luAV ti' _
to 4ifrion sembly. shipped I The eaking
press [From tht Oatia Arg**. ., :catalogue of complaints might dewgotbet aU.lder It4 J ZpI3.dI'' _

House,_of four bills -proi';jijfir a territorial had their sentiments fairly represented by Stealing Tfeuridefi yea?. Fancour the greatly extended to which tne SaVsaparilla him a?to save my crop.in&rmed _1' iw Ie i

fpvenunent ft* Utah, arradi i.|g the boundary their delegates, and that the nomination of We beg hare to call the attention of the recalled.Cot. The,civil, pted, but experience proves its value .. that tie mvleiv Bo D' piD&sad a

between Texas and Neiifc jMico admitting Gen. Hopkins, will be hailed with pleasureby pnblic to an article: in the Jacksonville News Guatemala and Honduras wars, each to its succeeding fame day,is adding new. tro- charges tw,aid' take vmmm him mwrmmg away, Ifwm It s--p* _

California ard formiijjg'i: :rritorial go- the Whigs oT St. John's and Putnam. -of August 10th, extracted from that very sagacious ent, bye?. proceed aj the law- direct 1. ;4:t '\ -SJakse1iII1e'
and conscientious journal the An ANOTHER WM..1IHtIThRICS.
Ternment for New Mexico-f wh ;ch had been Gen. H. is a gentleman of stern and infiexi-; cient City. The article alluded to tlaims Our legislature, assembles following striking and, as: will-be CoWrOnt'A.e.':**? f1..OJ.,p tI: S

tent to that body from ke|J enate. The ble character-kind and affable in his deportment -' Major Beard as the or.ginal proposer of the AsoTHta NKW STATE. : n permanent core of aa inveterate'case -? 'p '.) k

llouse,was engaged in di:?ss rg the Civil towards his fellow-citizens and State pre-emption law. Now we are certainly been submitted to the I Scrofula, commends iUelf to all similarly ; .. !.t.l S I :-

, and''Dip1otnatc approprii bit!, upon noted for his hospitality generally--a good I willing to award all doe praise to the tional Convention to : i .''&.'PwiD t.-111 -
Major,as be is familariy termed the wri ; .thel'
by the II.
of formation of .
which tnvch progress bad' l a maJe. The and true Whig who never falters and one ter, for the very handsome manner in whichhe ency for the a SoctBrosT,Comu JIA.118.. The SehoJWie'Yur ia telot lev..
fcgTtrre slave bill had bee: jtak; Superior,) icted indaees ma to iafonn you of remark- Spelling,.JUadiog, .DrfiXn&IIg,
|j, : t faithful representative of his constituents (barring his unfortunate selection of lands Union as a Slate, with cats eSeeUd by your SarsapariH la the cue AHtbnidl .-p r term, 4 : r aboii. .
g which, after appraisement, wouldn't bring people of and of my wife, Ske WM ecrortlj: with the English Grammar cemp4e.'sfleeew -
'Edward Bate, of Mis ] nd Senator and a FIRM DEFESDEE or THE RIGHTS or THE three cents an acre) but we dislike bU strutting new State Michigan is to be called &m diffntnt parts.of UM body; &he glands per -tena,-$$.-'Tb' a "eel k #t. _
the beck wore ) uUrfed &DdJter limb branches of
SOUTH. fretj an
Pearce .9f Maryland jdj-alined the in borrowed plumes to the infringement not. After EqIWaed.0 _
ba1 nroUeiu suffering .
Tbe Convention was held at the Piecfatq of truth and the equally serious fioVtlUf from the reaedie need, the i.- moral 'C ..
offices Secretary of W:.n of- tbe Inte. State No.I, would be liotany, tit .
charge of an act injustice to' attacked on*Ie ,sad below the knee IUr ,Rhettfrl 'ft1 S
House, kept by Mrs. C. Taylor. After the ; a gentleman ; Artroaomy 'LuglfiChnstia "
rio ,.tendered to them by ijjisl i iitt Fillmore, a/worthy himself. name, oa the ground that Her physician ad r led it should be laid trperttfmig .- .u
adjournment of the Convention, the Delegates northerly State & vltkh was dpn k i witaodt say p.rmaa- will be made for French Pam ". .
tbe latter Department hast ;accepted byHonJ'Ol.T. It is well known to citizen of Marion .. _
from the counties of St. John's and every river in the territory, benefit. la this sitiuiti W9 heard of*MM! Etda .be p&id D a4 ; '. .
McKenna}t!br J a. and thai county, and ought to be to every read. either.-Bod01l.MtUtfIt"f.Obituar.9tb1'H -indoeed U AM &od SuaparilU. .Tb A ua : for adIIIiaIicn'. e> s _
Putnam sat don to'a more than abundant ing man in the State, that this matter was hoLds produced U cidJ aid wonderful .f- Jl.,J. M. lianfel, A.) &-- I

S of War by HoQ Chas. M CCofliad? l of La. repast, prepared by \ .. T-, which, it was broached by General John Scott, long before - ; rclieruig more than any prescriplioo the bad floUted, .lteY.I,Zvartor t..&&PJI4IIthI.L.
before aba had east eta '
Ukeo,' nd bottles
a member ol the present Mr. C. he became a candidate for the Legislature Jaeksonvilte'An15; : l85U' 3
universally acknowledged, could not be Ute utoDiabmeot and delight!her f rif ndf,the S : -- : -"jst.
has tendered h'n resignaticu tc4 the House. and also the propriety of the passage of suchan Departed this life,at the her health quite restored. It u now orer* 1tJOTICE.-.Afl persons ha nEdaiuia "' ,
Mr. McKennon is a didphei: Whiff surpassed in Florida; the cooking was most I act. Tne consequence of his interest in r-m-lawIr. IL D, IIaCC the care wu'effected.,and her health the estate of Cmlria K ski6e 'd..i

excellent-in fact every dish was served up I such a (law was, that the WLig Convention, Friday the 16th inrt.,Miss good,showing the duea.e wa thoroughly 7 seat them to'the vndersigde4ipiV 1M aeeSrdUto
and liberal T etew Cabinetncers from the Oar law
politician. I sjs&eia. neighbors are ,within two years from J bo xUflf tais'aK -
I. of in admirable style. Mrs. Taylor is a lady which assembled at Ocala, in 1S47, and or Csrndes eo", Ga. The bowing to then facts, and think very highly tice, or the same.will be forrtrVrredTtt( 'lst4t
are all now fully i1ischarge. which nominated him, regarded ihe ri11a. ,.; .
long and favorably known for her courtesy, subject bet among her numerous Sanja1 arsapa % 'AHpersons indebted 8i3' e_
their important duties. .,1I with especial notice.In Yuan with respect, Jcuus Piu.Extract ., reqtta *cd to come forward an4aaksnm..t : -
of .ti
'J and we venture. say that no person can the House Journal of 1847, 23, and generosity d REBEKAH E.'?[:M4i0S. '
page .
President Fillmore has Thoytd bis residence visit her house who will not bear ample Mr. Scott gives notice of his intention: to traits she added the divine from a tetter from Mr.Ingraham, 1S., .,iaiiy;_ : ij'! "i ".;.: J4.t.. ,to : '
for the well known in Delaware COlIn. -
ta the heights of Gerthfn.j [ owing.it evidence that such is her true character. introduce a Bill for the protection of Millers pr&Ctica1lJU1path, gentleman itself all' Aug. 14. 18 .-U-at -
land Her taart responded impahi It commends to ..!similarly i
011 public '
is paid to the nnwholescj le oftheiJPresidenfs ST. JOB)''. ctt'd Tax
Icpidilion At 35 or the deserving poor,who : j = .
will be
page (,same journal,) seen, WILL ,
. rranplon.! I | Committeeon without eoafldent 1OXErT, .YJ: March 26, 1317. 1 aUemd the
: HTbe expectations i
ALLIGATOR Aug. J9, 1850. '!l.l pursuance. of previousnotice, John ,-Pvval cemaqf..puO .r-
Public Buildings have i4netheir imme Scott introduced u Bill for the relief of eet aid. As Aeompaaioo,she Gentlemen:My wife has use3. sereral bottles Taxes as follows: .aU CoLJMa 8tW... .
Editor tfu
if Republican: Sarwpanlla,whteh; 1:obtaiaed of y oar
tiers on public lands. ing volatile And ever your on the 2h day of,A.atUt.tJIrij c./j'/f
dia1i.tfeTtiou to the r.ubel i i he fault is S in this place from which she has received
; Dear Sir: We had and Ho seia the town orJaekt Ibo'i3)th
: quite a large enthusiastic !
in thelmperfect draining: ofj "he,1 lasemeol of Page 40, the Bill was referred to the,Committee which adorned her six. She special benefit..that I'Alii S Induced to add ,and IUtIa,..A.apa .
Whig meeting at this place on the o'r Propositions and Grievances,'and and fflwtrated a respect for to She abundant.testimony, now before ti Mr. Wfliiaa Thoaaaa b..s ft:

tbe!edifice. II 17th-fully one hundred Whigs being present thus progressed to its final passage. glee and died in eommmnioa tn. faror of its medicinal rirto**. Her, fa-: jfeptomher, ISO ai Clay HifiFraseoU's r
relatives naVe &
< : We ol course da not but that the niareh. She leaves a circle ,mother, and many other ,0r8ta.3d day< 31&uicunzTrs.The4n Journal from different parts of the county. deny victim to ecnsii&tption; and U Wat,supposed 1 Black! Creek. at JUr;8.B.Tb = .
1 learns Hon. Samuel A. Major was friendly to the bill, or that his companions of bet earlier & the too was Inclined the same Way: She tad the 4th .Z 5U days ot'Sep
that This attendance with the
: l4as accepted prompt anxiety position as Register favored it; but this we many others here who lament tarns of raising blood L. and at length at JI .C.S. Emery's star m b 4 at

the nomination of the .1 fonyenrioni evinced by all .toward the, selection of a do assert that he has no claim for'credit in a latiag her demise; they,win so redaeed that her life was despaired of September; at SLJob'Beacil : ,
We induced to
i )Jst Congressional I '4. to fill the ticket that weald insure general satisfaction, business which bedid not. bring about and liniaoeaees of the puLl One *&day rills to day., as tefora mentioned were from the try.ue jour of i uce.oatbeIothdyof&ptentbi.; .win be the .I time Ui r.WiU\tlJi., f.t.r. .b S

place'of.Wr. Winthrop, at rn! t the sue- together with the absence of all sectional which he could not have effected even if he the absent -to uy' her health has been restored i so'that far, precincts of.the eeonty for the' i t c,.of" I

ce oijf Mr. Webster in 4nate. The feelings in the selection, is proof that the bad.Such I..__"Well think last dattu.year abs' ,:2 has been' able" to* attend' ,to her ug' the taxes for-the via*1350,5y[ iJtti."k
stress in the article to be m 2 .UWAIIaugR.
appears When spring's low voice SO B.hltWWr .
intelligence was received w h bt satisfac. Whigs of Columbia are determined to do laid upon the recommendation of the :taf.to For we care wandered fat BespectfiiSy"an, ., 3t JittiRciriTco rJU5 "-

,: lion at Boston. their duty in,the approaching contest. The the succeeding Legislature forthe adoption la those bright hourtU BRONCHITIS CURED. '- : 'rt:? .> ";
I of liberal of the Tie"following 'ssstbeyirtu&5ctthc: ,.
candidates d.oMa.ti' some plan ofdisposing
the :
meeting .A1'Ue : q
: y TheM CotIXA BOUTHE/LV.C1Bccn. -
fCUT the Ameri ies
fresentativeijnest State J lands this laud. removing,Bronchitis.-ta dis t -
now hihly.wrought
; To Mar JS50I :
orti al Henry C.Willson Esq..for the Senate and of their Sehoolon Jlondaj,2d if ted-fead to .
i atf >.TweiTed at S. his atiohof the re recommendation is simply nothing whIch not Fpeedily I Yr \ 4f )0

:-t pawporttf from that Cove e4,in conse Messrs. Ezekiel f Weeks and David Brown more thau a part of his Report, _which tsg4t : ;, 'fr'allays iwtsmodic/idioii, ; ,'. vs.- ,rp.t u1'wasrr SS -

,::t' qneoce, .; of f -the-miaandera (I jlrtlatJnj to for Repreaen1at v -7"lI!! gentlemen of sterling duty require him to make*and for which he : 09 MiM wart's,Scbo 4 the secretions and by its tank!and "4 It...d.':.. +1! .. ., J. -S
'., tht jmenean claim. merit, and such as the'party'can well receives SIOOO.per annum, and 'mileage.. \ Jj! properties,"removes anheathy .5. 'en.,1teI-aJid.
T health
\o '. stand such (Query,'the Ma.Jotja,ta Tuingthetate: the patient restored -sad.a _*aDrdsr.a( .
to. With ,
*** up men as our standard ,
;,-- _f ICE r ICE ,now'on that mileage-'/ int you Major!) SHIP. 1briucuTbu..NoT. U.I &Mft bang. b.I5LZba S
11 bearers,victory must crown cur efforts.: It is by afid dtthal tkasaid]LadA IS&.UaIiI1'4
correct that in 1848 'the legislature GeatlemenT J-1I 0-make
As 'ire derive our sapJ 4I Ice fromanentfrom PORT OF .' & Mxssts. vlAInL 2. tM..T3'IZ
'I tie Sate f florida sad
: .
For Mr. Cabell, there Is Dc. faltering.The passed general pre-emption" law, bat :we 1 Uc for the good.t these I81icM.l1rU froa- :-AitOrCntd, That Oe said* bi ittb.isxtofi1an

.7.f, & ; following an] Whigs of Colombia will stand,ap for him.to cannot comprehend wherein: the powerfuland ''f" : .the healing properties! fIl oaW, flI11Sflhl3.111 .scl : $.\ .Il 4
tbe Savannah jfews of the' b i irresistible force of the wife suffer tor.1.J p it .-& 41b1niJ Ps
,l oust prove a man. X. < >Major's' report Aug. 44th,-.-Scb. Sarah : anaralsIiettaly 4eIen"WiJ. .4w4" I,/ ,
-'s. JeNQIUD!: ? had anything' too. in 'accomplishing .that New York. .ot able U apeak abort.whsp ead bea first dint appest Shtaday sad ia*November iiir.aLl MIthertof BbekTI h i ,

l' fcc; -Oor; 'citizens; ; will e [ ratified to OCALA, 21st August, 1850. measure'. : .. :"-Emeliae : to the cold air, it tile occasioned fleet.f which aoawthmf was (Sat the said Pn may iJ ta 4. ,
ia the thro**,
Jecmthat there was an arrii I tI1* cargo of Tbe last somber of the "Ancient, City". that Piadngall we can on kerN.Y* :"*. is api the"and eyexaiisii.t tears u''tow. bbayroO'seJ- b
that the IaFI5
leejrealerdsy. Owing to t scwcityoftaeIvanced contains article beaded "Whig Promises" good report sens of we the unhesitatingly" legislature say-would have 26th.Brg eompUaat was attended w.h' '*y.2.. ida published..b*ia come Demll ; ;
i & Q the jonstaatirritafioaaad-
article the had *
j' mod'bar, 'coda price fountains considj di 4erspire and charges that,the Whig party violateditsprumisestolhe noted it as successfully the, first proposition Ang. .48th. = ; .of the' throat .By the a* *? 7tt'S"fp* t / JOS.Judge Cell Svat&ens -
so Qrtwt -
.It being
and that too without the magic aid of *show perfectly itL
. peopleand increased X J whS -
) :: r"1frl
freelv formerly. We bot : the nsw three.sine., sWfeIt U1I1a1P'O-. A-tIW 7
supply 'win bring the 'attic 4n to the tbe tax. the Major's report. J McBobert df"- ,..:- : ., WJf45.J.M s.wvl1,t l** .. .' ".
-t *s4 i
GtowC.floenf coo4.1.Wa&-Ma''A.
pMjlarifll:, It' wont 'do to I Iiatereottrse )ut non.ivithth I would ask information, which party Jx'C1ar. a..u.th 't n'OBNBY ...' v LMsizzw $!

North. njs eommer had in "1 have that this andthis Eltract from:alerter itceived'fibin: JKJJarrisj ". -Jfay3O,1G-: t M'lf SF
- *- ". 1 tbeGoverporand; majority tbt General never,said. plan,; JAW x ,
bmejg can freeze ice.- :
Hojreter Independent we iyJ in other Assembly in:DecCmbcr1S'S.'when; the plan only could, 'command my'approbation WI1.1.r&Ct1Ce..tp&ha 'Ya.J ; F- .. ,(ILI_ : S
So far from it I have said show.me'JaDY county, ; .
:: : "
mailers, and we hope to w. |th4tay l{ when State tax was increased;25 per cent 7 An. plan' that wilt pacify: 'the" country and' circuit, in Hsmaum.flomit* IJiahoro Gentlemen I yi jire t..p.t.. aht- -i ti

; wejrill manufacture' ,ever! 'lii *;Jjire need swer, the LOCOEOCOL. give peace and harmony, and I will dismissall ; mdtlttBentoBaaa *r Sar ,-:Y"a1aj Was ,.v1t 2'34- -,
fa thi
feathers Greait I5tDfIle F&h&i'S
from a'taonse-trap to iepernut ( ots .
a -
iwe must :
I Manach etts to I t(u Mr. Vho'Iere in the, majority Jn ths,deneral my feelings pride, all feelings,connected ahassee,and.fa the United ,f&mJ11M"j...p'Yoantnl" 55-'t- *.'; li9i3' -l S.

. WebaeTtaid W Jbis>peecn,] "44ewer of i Assembly the act was,passed m January with aay aid I have given in conducting for &be',Hwtasrt.I' ; Fr4e4 r ul7P43.XD&1UfltL&sh ;r -.i-'-- M as

- icc.,&pd iltf Sa4kou. &ctnrcrforlbe .California that I would for her -
rote --
South:. II. services aD4 Hi. ..-4faeefc-attenti i to-sa attieir m : CtcOatrrwr -Iti ::
at count .
Answer the Congress
Whigs admission if this but ,
$ ,plan.were Pot adopted, ; kMWa.i-&lld as--dsrveEt7 psarnthI1 e- '5- -5 ",
When the Senate bill entitled from the Iking located a* patients.fto wbswl1a ise ,1u( of&t I' : .
: tltoaCtfix following; wbklof :+cut from ra act to quite tie contrary. I.have said, & .1Nc --
- : ; his entire and w u 'extract or.are iDcJaoe4 t.1f *7WLE4 It l r'4 t 5- ,
fife ,
amend enrab.ctt first to the last I favor of cobiuationof ,'
the raise was'm a *
the V r4L ty1eara to a revenue for and all bosineaS fIoM-.a behfb asas,5at see- _v, MIeUMbIhS&t11thII '
profession, 5
Yil the State; approved, July 24th 1845- and measures,1; containing'equinJtnL 1WJe et._oI.ih yltsvslus-M..by1wcsd'ests 5 ,- -
that owr CatoozT about '
: ea aIfm" n -a
and concession and' the think cannot eonfcrsi &bmHo1. '
.; more liketptopua and we greater
% > root we .
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December !
k "-* lyintheCalifo( in b ,i.. 27th, SI5rwt' second two Houses o''Conjrres.1, But 'that ,being JICboa.ml.'A ,1 0 enfeMee1-haaj8 cUag their at- seIbIeteLi# 7J >
. oeI& _: \ time W : 0 ; S the adftJtlatM MmnSan4 It is4avai%That 'Ib.Mtkrsa .
.. Jfceljouse li _J :, J'Th admitted I wa$ to tote lor tbendmissio& -' '; f
,<.., II 'fN aauary p'repartd AMES .::1.l & eohtttaUTh*bottle has reoe.Uy.Ma setths State,oa ,
; tMith3 cox;'I4.4Fcampany moved to lay it on.the table, and'who"voted f>f. CaJiforui, also.' I .know jny ;, .t. ; If*">t*"'l *" maHun srhaCwigi- 7, bsru S t
friend does hot intend. ; I f : Win eaaewtrat ej r ia this Glvse'njarf 5- -5
.eI for for, and a h t ili 1iilu l J-1'te 1'the : .to misrepresent/ arUeU lad PS I'
hubccentIT1oraedi4thcityj -
but I bave-ao attacbment to" plan .Jf S Ii. SAY..NNAB $anbie.e'f"1 ,$ :& :. tS3 -
czteasive in the 4utu mines, : /i I Jt i.L an/ ; 1 ; : : .
operations. namesandlet. .jis# owvotedin i .i.brp.ii! of.the":'Pteklfcnt t. ;jplda : 'W1roI.ZUU AD efjbsn4a" JJ"tIIt'a r ;fsapT3cqa41n1' 5'ith :
and WhIsbitla
Vrfady large 'quantitieshsvcibec 4ocbuery I "T1 1 Ware'tM eanr.
forwarded., 'Ricbeit. ofgoM"TV the'negative: which;would idtlshesegreatqucstiOns; : 1 Iwouldebcit ,, 1 ; t 52LfljspaiK4 .afd. =Lbs yireasu si ora.ths 1&ln7 rl4i S -" ''
1 'Far'&t l7IotiaiJ-Meurt"A11 Arnatr riin'pleasareM.od'would : Ditaii ', atedWas-1p; !! -to &4* *?t _
: I.
keari keen and ... ,
: *
,. ;.J: .! gtta z>ay.e the the Bannerman, Blackburn, BradweJL Crawford trami)l...,) owns."tier,;m1.':feet- : :! ... f0efrana! ,..; ii1:1to t1verse; I, r, ..
&xpntzad p4dWith .ff
i1 :' ..i"ef- on omn2nL Hall, Hancock. Johnston. 'Mitchel of .Jackson Yea Bir.t"woulc'embcey)1an'COztie -A ttifD1aAt .._ .e1S'. su.-, ;- 3f J...., .' c,. naiel. : p "...,
; ,.! ravIinrestme4 Mitchell of Monroe; MonisonhIO'erdstreet :. from:'what B0prc.it may, which wUcco L the: moSLs rod "S,'If' ti ;l 5ra.iJlt&tt'itl iIMf."'--"#' 4- -- ;
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.: workmr" ,afB6ciBeiw,Aere tsujwit' be' apa ftutffcflncstioa, y[' Mcin*in> Scott;Smith;,and Turner. -- ,;- -*;1 I .bhOjicta" <:* cf.-peacs:' ani'coa. t' -if 1Ia1J batetssnIh pubt16! ;S.fl4..n ., ->,I; r- S _- ,t
ZI t that-b*kveiehtirlPi- ifevr. 'ma- 1 10'\VhiiiDf toc; : cord. t *.*_;i_i-.': .-._i -- (.: r Mt"W rntE-sbAikUlI J lc c lever W

cbjjjJljovp I bh1fsr u ..1d. _jfgoiiuf the not tbMr..Speaker} H .;. :We tearn from:t nli bl .aource.a1a.tb& Tia Force Plate.u4'.LIft Pm ,I :' J 5,. $*_* _

In.C k k.Co., Jia ok,,Jr. Aldncb, Bryan Bornbam,] Collins Coblq New ins3)e&aiaat the Spanish soldiers CanpurohMen (, :,.._. III ;' dadeeti

ill! andT.GssorfYal4, Esqt.. of j. tty, and Jbrimnf UarrsoDHagr, Hsodenon, who deserted to'General-Lopez'at' Cardenas, at prees u ksa' the7 Ian jI1. 'ft h.JJlaJ'. ___ 5

", i wt. AJ'UJ- .' t'tf.'It_!' Hi iD ham Hobart Lg4ha.t and au to tbw j y omV weeksago44 .IWWbSr t4iroa .'J ia ab.ue.r 1IeiprsanaMrJbsAeI ba- _ep-- _
.the1t6r1or,arO $ _, to ay bed wttrt *
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1'M; _r : i. baYe :., t and.SbtldoiU;-.* v I: wersdecoyed a..at "t tht5paflbkCQDUlMd .Aagt. i : era wsck. oasaaoab1 A lkw, riikaase TI -
*B many specimens the] 1OJI; l s 1MGa And Whipi1" r JtDmiaei a f It.el R"tberarI !:4___ -- -- : ? SLrizb.sbJ .*
L Palmer, Cook 6t Co, which 'ngly .li'WYo I Tal ia, ..Csbaj d1aned ia c.1;- ;, O e JII ... ct.(thi.sk SlTarnVd SLI..S.Ik.lMh
r stocrcciap4y1 s. been 1_ .J1..f, .: ,,, ucrneM-inHatnaJ4ere lisuothe?proof: t1b'l ". "l a$0. .&$g-J ,..tM.- -
da.J 't."H
..icanr-1hat .h has for.tha-..ft-411JQ1118"' ot 'JliJU.t'.WoOl.J I ol,tbe faith and houor 6f tbe sseSpaHifts .(*- ::11I,14 FeNrTam7t1f.f4Asrlse. L: ;; ta.sees. :. S4.IiigseflS .,

4 beta disposed, ,.of._ iji; : &DT '. )i( l ijQrt W.J !Jbn* .*1d1 SWiI1a4 $. tQrttb : .,.:.. W.seed..aetl\1-ttJt. bOttMI aa4.'w I.. &It .me., S. -:.

.. I htii ftMrpeiCdssol yZthe ba P'lOIIIIrt 'ri; regalar buslnesa .ua'bJt J bad e. : -
.. r-U"eb J ; v.eaadMdib! 54thibUn. r for $<9& an*.are..now fortunately ear1b.1S5Ib.4ZS4 S.Q'? the fosrth boWe" twvs 5dP$54 ,: _

i ; read to bioi,' le'aimp1ysd 611'. will .aen!' \ ,.QG..ft .-r ftg.U1JJ's.n" ".. t beyond the reach bA1cotf. tfttd. a nd, .uae,; -S' \t'4i" .) .waver 1 lUilwe n,have Sb bats1s5 S _
t '.f -k- 'l.u S ands'8 mpar01a".saea s,
It t syingtL' .
do&544 asecoEfleJt t tI ir
2 W.
fr ef;; u. ,IIU'ttkr.'fI' f treachery, 'A g i2l,}
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::1 :': .EiCk (B L3 RQ1EAR I z.rnmcw rrlm SUBSCRIBEIl'Wduld' esjectfuBy ttt"JL .5.1sL4z1IrIt.LaEb' sail Dr.Towus.r*;otpsauJ5 .noiaa1q -

*. 1 finHIS IISTlfUTIOInndetlhflc? form the citizens pf> Jacksonvilletand: *, -
of Mr
pt To thubUc. sJL. HABTSOK r ; rounding country, that,be' opened the above .establishment MVf was;felt i flt a wIit* i1S. -
assisted Mr .
1 ,by HAKTSOX was with a View to sell goods at reasouiMerotes Continues'torgiv bit irofliatthtidut4 fh'e arraBgement -
all sad the IIt4ek sumes the
are etIfl1tht, thepre. opened for the reception -Pupils on the second ,
Monday in last.1 ( ,.,believinjr,that,a. "nimble penny Ja bettot -and proweatioa'of Slatted before'Congress' of gaIIUIs4IM e what be k sat. -
.exteniively.kncwn as;: S P. January I than Blowtt lRrig;'! 41e hasreeeived, and I is puI
\ From A of RtoAndMrsI'Hartson'ssuperior anijjpf Jthf iI> $r6ient _
.. ,t.d CoJCTOtmi>;ExTJtJlCT bF *S.&PA- / knowledge constantly ireceivingv the Most y&snloitus and ExecpUv p
t 'C'* -T-y jnaHufacturtd ntjdcr my direction -,qualifications,as; w ll-as from the most L.&TZSTSTYLE 'of .Lan'y &n4ItP1 Dr7 Claims ar in from th ReyolJltlonary,> Mas i th.O1T.J OPIWX4L CL 3uis
> "ifv *AdverUsraenU Jfill from th Original recipe obtained ample and satisfactory testimonials of their former ,
Goods towit- : of'Mexican Invalid cid .
Rhistonary IIalf .
5i" OiLs 1Qfll **'*< *QrneitnLt certify that it is sncctss,' the'Trustees of this Seminary embrace wars; ; ,

:"' 1d1ftJ48Y *yF iagredentsroiMa.Y{ :norrAb: And the opportunity recommending it to the consideration English and A mericari'Prfnt tj?Ginghams; pay, or Widqws' Pensions J NavaI4or,4ymy; -,bls T' ',. ,M ku iJa

; .*:*. % : t&M25O that the ingredients of parent*and guardians who'may be desirous Chambraye; White and Colored Mualin5i4 mne' : 5ef F4,11.;
th1rtIGb Kjijf-ye
t compounded, 9 sate obtain-from .,of giving jbete daughters or Wards a thor ; Embroidered Muslins; Linen Lawnsj3j, JSilk'tiesu IS411p'A4mit
7 tmw: 4e medicinal effect. t ouch and refined education., ..-. r '4 d
iv- ia x ,i
Ii4 Bar J.C.Handkerchiefs ,
: nejezqtb7 ii B.duIwN 'M-D-JCbWist. This Institution locate?k th'e. WnVeiiate Vf- ze; ;: dseJbnliXotunters; CWsf9rTor3'Jot'
.t ] duSty o'f the village of Jtfaalspn CourfHonse.'one Silkarid: Cottori.Handkerchi fs;] } n & ,q :
>- Ilk the office) tnij U && &&: $5?* of the & 'TJ : and'b '
;- l ., most delightful and healthy- U.flt 4 ;: r'anaS.
; Southern countxyfthavinir'a of high
** population White and Colored Hose &t i't4
OM at'A.. 't4 Jckonvi1 Fa! moral and intellectual culture equal to any in the Half-Hose; And,received into eJc .; Wafgon,mast -- ..
"" ,- }, T ;
f and'Teainste etiimjii
United States. :_, : ? ; rs Alarifles' sailors'
i vi taaecs for AdvtrtU &,b In this Institution the-whole'course of InstrueUon Brown Shirtings and Sheetings;. ..Xrrr\rN: '
: i1squAjtr w H will be thorough; and the pupils will not bo, Bleached1 '" "- -F

< : vi r9-.: : BITEB.S. permUted to pass over any study without an inti i Irish Linens; Silk Cravats1 Colored Do.; Hiving all. tW forms ieeessary for proper S

Two -. POR8AtEflY- + M-- 1 a mate acquaintance wfth it.;, This will, be especially !- .Table Damasksi Scotch Diaper ;' v" {|*' prese tatlp of claims, toge'therwith"the'trukiand
S. .:.: iqiuesfo z ;
t the case with the exceedingly important sub t--
regulations governing"the different .
.. 1 Nothez to'abt: *n & STEPHENS, ject of Mathematics the different branches of Swiss and Cambric' Muslins; -> Departments

; AjThitoifo Jacksonville Fla. which pupils will be thoroughly drilled, and re- Bar'd tto;: Striped Do.; I he isprepared' to undertake claims of

r -.r.r"i' Fer annoc&jc"em< Jtlof'e be no higher test of any:medicJn- quired to give, the reasons for each step ia every .Whi't and Colored Berlin"Cords;" "*" what kind jraever;that may renisejioU4genci4tthiplacii. 1 Ee* <

and i Is calculation..-. r, -. j of description -' '
that its constant success Trimmings, every ;
..aDoucem e Tao classes'in Music, Drawing,Painting,.WaxWork :
; No Inferior medicine M< : Particular attention
can : to the
CologneFrencb.Extracts; given proper set He-
be accompanied wjK this distinction. ,and Embroidery, will be under the immediate -
nor maintain care ofMr5. Hartson;'and there is no Institution Pearl, Gilt- and Bone Buttons; i s 3 : t *. !
4Edor4. 1Uc fnt just and oneering rule, Moratt' I *"'"
: ; North Southwhere these branches are And Cotton J Charges moderate'ind ;
t have had DO superiorinthe or Coat's Lee's Spool ; ,,*,. ; ; regulated by heo
i Lt "barged douLle th |t*< .science. Jn no.part of. the taught more thoroughly or scientifically.. / Mosquito Netting; TT claimed, and the extent of services ,
required fe
t The strictest attention will be the moral 'rF *
t to "
1 paid
V ; ) 7, has. generaUremedy'ac and' '* '* t AH communications "' .
K dp age, any and general' deportment.'off the"-young ladies;. Fringe, Gimps, Edging.Withevery W Insnrir '

V-; tP.b11IIi4 A renown, or secured such universal while,at the same time,every thing of a sectarian -. -Variety- Good 'usnAlry-'kepi: In' be'postpa1d.64 .U c *.

Commt In no time to come can any doso, influence will be as carefully avoided. ':; : A Dry.Goods Store. ,Persons wishing-to' pnr, a- # ,. OLDDR 1 t TQWSEitJEf
well-proved $
._ extraordinary chase will well to call and examine for themTWILLIAM ;
: do
; .': The seboltI 'year of ten months is divided Intotwo" -- -- & ', '-- -- s'ATTONZT ,
: Jaines TV.nJli
*, .- Marions of- fire'months ''each Th firstseseion selves. 5.
of Jthealast fifteen years, these ; DEWEES"A1ji'i18 .
Siit. j/ commenced on'the.second Monday in January. P. .:Cennine Sarsapart %
,t .-- -- .sustained,,the, test of.many mill ND 9LTNsxu.pa.A.r..w-'
; ATTOI ;!| trials, in almost every'variety'of and to end before the second Monday in June. 1850.,. Jy. 4: Win attend"to"Professional business in the Courts S Old Dr.ba .TOuI sb ut Oe.tLO?I th1
,- with :variable;commendation :The second.to commence on the second Monday long been keElS s the JUTHOR Lad DJJ4F..RrR
'4 -. !a "repute.- The vast and in- in July,' and end before the' second Monday of toAEatter* Circuital Florida,and ia the Federal oCth. .rUzw) okiorn'.si. 'yow'

: : !W prskIc.-k .4 for them throughout the North December.' -Pupils can enter at -any-titne, and T.VANC'E' c Court Jor.the fNprtbeVn pistrict of Florida.. -'SEND S4RSAP $(41.A' $ ni P
be until the endof the term.- J pelled lo limit lu so 5ture. fey which i IS
continents from the Cana- will only charged Island Roller Cotton Gins.nnh v /a -
:: .: er1 CSrcultoFFlor ; Atlantic, Co the Pa. Pupils derive grca advantage,' however,by'entering Sea uor : .;.cfo bee. kept out of SfMP&Pad the sale*. atbsl
the those who k Northern1 District W generalBusJn'ess; 'ln only d-'pr:
.; ; at the beginning of the term. the JStale
the West indies to the East,'is ,
SubsciUber-begs leave to inform.tbe .reipectiog It had m&M5A* lags+f soary,ismrriMleiBt'a
:: ; :. Tallahassee; aajp
a 1: gsa And the I>m medicinal or mercantile,that might diplomas or certificates of graduation. ,that he can supply them'with his double and seUiig thereuf. and saved from st tt$j pructclmed lu'excetteMO sad

comparison.. In Europe, where COURSE OF STUDT. werfii n3Ui1Spowgi lnr
I ib1 single :
gt.n.1 known within a ..Also ACEKT
3..MCB.0BELttJi experimentally The course of study is divided in five classes. SEA TSLAKD. ROLLER COTTON GINS. 1so'Iut, I that bah*, ,
ft. l have already superseded nearly for the collection of Claim *41 "k iy
., medicine of rival pretensions, thus The Studies of: the Juvenile Department, arc No doubt is longer entertained,they are best upon the United science and eiper nchi devlwd aa artel which v
t3spt.6f- : Gins in and the Subscriber flatten himself States forMilitary] or other be of scs1cnIabbeYaI.. (o maakisd whcvtMmenis
is the true test of worth. Spelling; Reading, Writing, and Mental Arithmetic. use, service pensions,
.. experience from the general satisfaction he has given for the supplies furnished volunteers WIM.U be irfhtMiTu; brine Jt Is'. vaivmalnotice.
Pllla indebted for heir and for horses
: : .. r. arc name First Cim-Reading, Spelling, Modem Geography last seven years, he will receive their support. or wb.a Its nowahln virtue Would"be aiowsi
in other
and sensible action purifying property lost, for which the United and appreciated. 8thi Is has cooMtshexi ie wo
Arithmetic. Prices low, and the Gins made of the best material States
Writing, and
: n .
o '
: ii channels of life and enduring them is liable. S applied: thl i .5
Second Clast-Arithmetic concluded, Elementary and workmanship. tL4Jr.LZD P1FfM77oJlp
tone and vigor;and to the undoubt GRAND.ejrn YQ
.. (Attorneys C: Ia .? r at a very early period in their histo Botany, A/Idem Geography, with the use of Boxes AND BRCSHES Address JAclupnyille, East Florida. *- U manufactured (&. hrjinl Mate. sad to called ftt

: NOl sufferers from the very verge the Globes, Parsing Exercises, History of the for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at'the lowest throughout the I It ih lad,hresdth of th>tead.H pdM| '

& grave, permanently securing to United States, Watts on the Mind, Rhetorical rates. : found ''tM'i f'bf d nrauie*. -of-:,delate.>. i i*
: 'Commissioner. _a. Reading Spelling and IVILLELONQA Pliilip Prazer |
f *-i enjoyment health, without Defining. Agents sJt.TPv4.esd'..
tie ibDo wing' *to Junior Studies-Algebra Geography of the & AcosTA Ga. Veils. yosig UIaeesuIs..ut
r -. isbut a partial blessing. So ,Centrevillage, ATTORNEY ?COUNSELLOR LAW, lad never chancetraitforitht better; bcaoMlife
: TiU, and Acknowlt ,had their efficacy invariably proved, Heavens, Worcester's'history, Analytical Botany MUMFOED & HARRIS, pared n ieintMrkrt bv a antijtt mm. J
Parsing in the Poets.Heading,Essay Writing, N. A. HAEDEE Savannah Ga. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
less than miraculous to those hichMt kBowledKf >fl lenii uy.aa : Maine, with the beautiful philos (daily,") Composition Writing. 6. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. U. Will attend to any professional business entrusted sues ofthr an. bm4 i ali eoa broofhitownqt

..- YermofitT upon which they were com Seniur Students-Geometry,Algebra concluded R. R. REED & Co., Falatka. E. F. to him'in 'the Courts bf'the Eastern Circuit the manufacture df th*yut Ors Sarupwilla.sapnritla .
:- Massachusttf upon which they consequently act. Trigonometry, Chemistry; Logic, Intellectuall'hilosophy S. D. THOMPSON & Co., Black Creek, E.F. root it U i e\t kn Wa U>Bwdleal..eess. J

o, "Cbnnecticirt f ,Bitten are BO called, because Moral Philosophy Natural Philosophy T. O. HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville, K. F. and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has many uwdiemal pf-Jpertt**;.nd MNIW properttt* whick*
and Latin, (optional,) Daily Essay Writing, PATTERSON & KINO Burnt Fort Ga. also such are inert or tuelmstni teheit which if MtalMprrpnring < So
: the restoring the, expiring .an advantageous connection with An
power ft ,
Ne4P York U fne jprwtaf* ftrmnUti sad MJ<
Composition General Review of Studies.
: .
.. to glovning vigor throughout A. A. DELoKMKDarien'Ga.JNO. able Lawyer at Washington.city, M will ensure which U Injurious ltq rj t au> BOON of tte,SMpw-
Pens'y1vanLi' as the Phoenix is said to be res PRICES Of TUITION.j 8. FYIER & Co., Beaufort, S C. lies of 8 r apariil iAr i ol / ; : ) DeIaware, iron the ashes of its own dissolution GEORGE L. BROWN, Newnansville, E.F. A prompt And speedy collection of such claims as evaporate and are'i&t.fct Ujb prepanitio;If they M SM*

: Pllle and Phoenix Bitter are nvcnile Department,per" sea." of"5 months" S10 00 WM. DELL, may be placed in his. bands,against the United preserved by a ttitt'ft 'vrvttu,know esty to.tkMSitzperienced
vegetable,and contain neith First Class, 1200 .4. WATERMANOcalaE.F. States. la iu nsLa4ure.' Moreover tiossWatiU .
Second Class, 1300 J.'W. E.F. S frimciplet wbitfc'flJoS'U v por.oC a* aaezba htion. >
.: :;: : : Antimony form whatever.Arsenic, nor They any other Junior Studies, " 2000 A. DUXBAK & Co.Orange, King's Springs Ferry and Traders Ser>t. 1, Igt9-ly .under heat ave tb ?;fr ..M.(Mmt&ttl piper
are en
any Senior Studies, 2500 tit* of the root, wbitNlsSvif to It alt It* VCIMU,3 71
Or, Provillon f$ of extracts from rare and power Music on Piano, 2500 Hill. Any person can bi'o t stew the root Oil th gm *>

... ., : virtues of which, though long Use Instrument, 600 THOMAS VANCE. .,Je. P.5..s SAJfDKU8ON, dark colored liquU. ,- jl bW)4{ I* mra from the enbeiBfl

Indian tribes, and recently to Drawing and Painting, 1000 St. Marys, Ga; May 30, ISp. tf ATToq.NnY MD COUZSW.O1AT ,L.aw, matter U ihe root lHaa(foft say thiaf .!,.;ttef JCML
.: pharmaceutical chemists, are ''al ___ then strata this l mtp<4'or ,apld-liquid. aw tm mm
Life to the ignorant pretenders to Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 10 00 H'AVING removed his office from Columbia sour molaa.e*, sad ?Zn *IS II 0A5AALILLAExraM.r

., ; and were never before adminis French, Spanish, and Italian, each, 10 00 Jacksonville Female Institute. County to Jacksonville, 'Duval' County, or SYLt1J'. f t such is let the arid
Office 106 Bnadvfyyn It will be that 00 term is the koown .aIe .i I
.I efficacious a combination perceived $25 per respectfully informs hU friends that he has associated OLDUlt --

Capital now, priuiJ1y is to loosen from the coats highest price that can be charged for tuition in Committee of Direction- has adopted with him, ia. the practice of Law hi GENULNE 1ACOB TOWNSEKD"- rts"i
'S280.000, an'PEESENT and bowels, the various impurities the Literary and Scientific Branches, including following regulations: S APAIULLA.
S.H:, .$ constantly .settling around them; the Ancient Languages. The Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms brother' & W.. SAXDEBSOS. This"Is so prenatal feat 411 Ute tacit BrarjerOHAtfterSiirupnrilla

the hardened faces which collect The Institution* will be supplied with Chemical of eleven weeks each. The firm will be represented at each and every tnul*rq At reiiioved. every thlur CTpaMrf
tt (; btcominf acid si-fi jfcr* nt ti i* estmctsd *
1.S of the small intestines. and Philosophical A par at us. and a well assorted Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithtne- Term of the Circuit Court in tie several Counties rejected; then event Wy e)4) medical vistas ia mug.>

.. 71 unlike other medicines, they do Classical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Library. tic, per term, S4. The above, with English of the Eastern Judicial Circuit the Inapuseasdcoicer4niedtbrns; aadthusizMsesd.se4
Morris 'FrankUn, : system to debility, but produce a If..It. Vocal Music tanght to all the pupils Grammar and Geography, per term,.$5- The County of! incapable of losing i nj ofliu vuIubSo'ssd mUM*
.' liie Insuranco of renovation and vigor,-often without charge.Onebaiftermna. above, with the higher branches.of an English Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme propertie ?reparethiJ i way.It te ed HWMM

.. PIoqp.Fretinan .& $ operation has been completed. of tuition considered due in education, embracing Algebra, Geometry, Ifisto- Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. ; powerful aeent in tk a f S
rjuee Con1DaY. 4 which they possess in an are ry, natural, mental,and moral Philosophy, Botany Cure of In4unerabledIseaRs1'Hence
Orsanros Bushnell, advance, or the whole at the middle of the term. Augustine. All bnsjnesa entrusted to their care the reaon4.y bear eouamsidnuq ,
; and hence it isr that they are Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, we so,
L w,13 NaaEau-i weakest and most Exhausted gaticnts Scholars from abroad can obtain board either Logic and Evidences of Christianity, per term, will receive prompt attention. very side in lu 1hvc'itnea5 wu.iei,and c.ildssa.W

Dfcvid:A.Bokte, R< benefit, when other medi in the family of the Principal, or in private-fain $6. Each quarter to be paid to the treasurer, ( Address-J. P. & S. W. SUXDEESOJ, Jack- find coxsUaPTwwLfrPZPSLS.it dolor wor4era(ie cure./. and. LiTZR--J COM-jtvt
Freeman M.?P. : ilesin the town. ;
Alfred the debility. h) advance. tonville, Duval County, Horida.Jacksonville. .
P/JtfJfT9 and IBrit.ES ',*IIiu.irATm.L *CKororjeACSS.
JoluTMr Nixon, S only partially cleanse the R. W. PARRAMORE, President. The Scholars will be under the careful instrus- .Jan. 17, 180. tfaicIXTOSH : *cosnrKTICJfS ( .all CVTJXKOV fJtf r
a Goods) 89 Nissan *, and leave such collected masses W. A. BR1N80N, tion of an experienced Female Teacher. PrnPLuffLo3rgzs,asJ allOFTHE'BLQ6l scne*,

: Henry A. eknj4e produce habitual costiveness, with I. BUNTING Prdrisioa has been made for instruction in Latin .- rliinf from '*
.' ;. -: gJIZZCed-StL evils, or sudden diarrhoea, with itt ... S. THOMAS, French, Painting and Drawing, and Maaic, McQ'VEEN UIIPUR: [ ; >; ,
Henry L Se&rMnLiLt4 ,D. II. MAYS. for which"'additional charges will be made- ATTORNEY ATLAWJWn.L Ilpoisesaeta & *b iefiie rrlaall emstafartoarl ft

I--: rress; now Seima& effect of the Life Medicines is February 14, 1S50.' Trustees. The first term commences on the 8th of October attend the Circuit Courts fat the Eastern slog (toni h&festifultntm JtuHljfftk*ttrmttk ftvs jnnequal
: .;. (;. John I/. Beach, $ kidneys and the bladder, and by next. crcaItioit.iriteriniaBUoa of blood to she trtsT.p
- ., I'lace. La T'A liver and lungs, the healthful ac Applications for admission are to. be made to Circuit ; the United States District Court at St. >lp>tati ? : Kendall, (( : the Court J hot vbes I terflS body It lisa sot Us qual I*
entirely depend upon the regulari Madison Male Academy. the Committee of Direction. Augustine; Supreme at Tallahassee ; c. 1a *id
C.igha; pSomolec easy sspesrazIs1nd
.. Merchants t. Deafer* organ The blood, which takes J. M. DANIEL, and prosecute Claims for citizens in any.part of rBtlr perspirati: .relajlas stricture of the hHf*

Wafl-SiresL the agency of the liver and the ntl.HEKi rcl e. of tht* Institution were (Ur. H. D. HOLLAND, Florida the Government at tbm .isd every oil parti i"
against Washington
.. aae! C, Paiion it passes into the heart, being thus JL resumed the Second Monday cf January A. M. REED, Cut ia nutbini 5exccIeace more nMaKcsdv seas*
aad Commission'* and nourished by food coming last, under the superintendence and direction of Committee of Direction. cither before Congress or at he Departments.GO tad ackuowl d ed tl 5 fit all kiiMb'aotf ges ef' '
J.TLHerrick; u; stomach,courses freely through the ADDRESS Jacknncille East Thrid.i. FEMAZ COMPLAINTS
Mr. B.;Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia Rev. I. SWART, Ttttuurtr. ,
mod dealers in & ; every part of the system, and tri College. From a knowledge of Mr,Gauldcn'i Jacksonville May 2,1350 tffc It work*wooden*, rISesjO(JTMT JUhl W ITUUb,
J. M.Wardwell, H* the banner of health ia the capacity as a Teacher, derived ,from experience July 7,1849. biu1iiig fLSg ft Sffprttiff. or ftatft
& J .Veasea.IrreeriL th eieaiuual perlads.aa& 5s
; J. S. Bussing; t : ( ., and trial during the quartcr'of the last year just
iron manufacturers.? Hk*; find is as efiecn at in etttln; all'
closed, as well as front the most ample and satisfactory OSCAR HART, ftyiDifm*. ---F--' - S TBf
?. Bpeocer : testimonials of.former success, the Trustees "1 am a man,anddeem nothing" which relates to 1 ATTORNET-AND COUNSELLOK-AT LAW, removins obsa tit"1, and rernliulac dM psiBmL.
iorter.fh&rdwstet) CHEMICALS, &c. of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend man foreign to my feelings. system, it rivw *dn..bd ktnarth to UM wkato bWf,
F Cynw CarUw.oils, 9II ;Hvi5(7 beVn obliged to Abandon his intentionof aad .
it to the consideration of parents and guardians, Youth Manhood. thus cures alt (bnBefj. | -t-- --T ''t"j
I pejtiel&.'JtfillerJ( DRUGGISTS, AND who may be- desirous placing those under their AV1GOROUSLIFE leaving Florida, will devote, himself to'the NervoussUeasei' *. -
.. z. and grocers,] 161 'in. situation inducements of and thus orreOcir ir
MERCHANTS. charge a offering oza practice of profusion throughout'the Eastern prevents < peat vs4sty'sriv
William Barton, [Gnfct healthfullness bf location and high moral and intellectual s ivlidiesvsj final ,jriQIl. x.T.lis. *.FjLa' .
1 WUliata etreetv ;J : KEELER & BKO. most respect culture inferior to no other iu the A'outhcra Premature Death. Circuit.Florida-1, ..- Business jentrasted tobin 'Dtt S*.nff rpfapMq rut esLS.Ws.&t.
attention te their fresh stock f i It cleanses the blornt caches the liver laVan. kse1Laat
: WflliAmCoze !| x> eonntry-'Stndcnts may bo prepared at this wiQreccfve his prompi attention. ,
German American tones the stuavteiv sad urea fimstdit .., ye-
bnryeommeKial ) and Drugs. KINKEUNON SELF PRESERVATION
inth. United
: Academy,to enter'any College ,Jaclsonvnie; E F."J nly 23tn ISSL. HevM
the bowel ifed
+ A f -'. I Paints, Oils, Dye.&uits, cf Iprftnr cnssmIp.tiis aUsyi*srOaiunntion. -
Patent Medicines, &A.- Stte!. i.t-i- 5 > Onlr 35 Cents. -- parities tb4>ikln'. eqaiHse th. eirc ku sDf >
I. Having zed ay4+ The strictest attention will be pai4 to the.moral the blood,prmlueidy odo warmth e .UIaUasUOthe >J
a New Store, No. Zi Market et, Book,just published, is filled -with useful '
is establitbcd lhs: "DYINGANDSCOUrtIN *- body antI the'laMnUilk relssw alt
pany: now supply of Fresh Drugs and.Medi deportment of the students, both by the Trustees on the infirmities and diseases ; perspiratiosi;
4 S The iosared Are rtf iirictareamd,tsbtn! /TembrM airobstrBeOooa.'aadE'ftavigoraies
.. solicit country dealers to ex and the Teacher."The,Academy Is located within of the Generative Organs. >It addresses ,itself E'S JC'T
,. the pmflU Are divided T A B Ii I S H Bl.iJ the alire**vun ystcm. U f M this Ike*.-
of?the Madison ,
the immediate Tillage
stock before purchasing elsewhere, alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE. The:medicine 4tkferifirarttele
Certificates ef 8jvid $tin pre-rmiaeatlyB
Court Jlaiwe, is near which good boarding JVO.73 YORK STREET
and all who may feel .diaposed to or ; To all who apprehend 'or suffer under the dire
the parties, *r placet at their patronage, to sell them genuine may bo obtained on most reasonable terms. .The consequence ot early or prolonged indiscretions. (REARS OF THE COURT1 HOUSE' : Bateau say
.ftbe company.-and scholastic will be divided into two sessions of ? This\oiati man UuId is *
liberal terms year to all who feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary
on as as any, WITHlTHEtacanie '
tdtt ,-* .
mm five months each- The Brst'session commenced -
; in the city, and to faithfully execute and baneful habits-to all who in addition to
cent,per annum, jto ns, promptly aud with de. on the*socond:Monday in January last, and will declining physical energy,are the victims of nerd _, .t .5. S--S. ? .-S_ of one GRAD PArsb.t.ss..stABLEstDETEg1oATtssY.a.a It '

: OainsnVaaee* for the - -- end before the second Monday in June." >The second vous mental debility and of moping and mel ', ,.,,AIEXA1cDER ,,. .. : not-!

mivm when amountiig proprietors-being A regular Physi to commence on the second Monday-July ancholy despondency Dr. K;Would say- IiE.rIrItNs nis\hanks tb'i&'friends fo'rTthe NEERPO1L ,
.. the n>tloa of the Ample, guarantee of .they genuine and end on Friday before the second Monday in Jivfvoruhs: hwreeeiveolnnevite nrmenced" white the other TOES'i *rtf-Jtrmeiiinf: ,aM
4 er forty per cent bf t1 be articles sold at their establiLhmen December thus allowing a short vacation at the READTIUSO L business in thia city in.1332,and would his--ISa t tu.,eoatauiigli Hi t?fociMBia;sI.seur;
I S end of each session. Students will be to valuable at&o.hi4 Bjnid eipiodinf. aad.tfkmadiiix elner ro d ghItiorrb '
k required The advice and
their own-notes, invite Druggfets1 And country \ Impressive warnlnr It friends,and the publiegenera'Dy, that during his $be'aobous
eQfiipou the
.' cent. j v -may wish to become Agent for pay half the tuition for a session in advance' ', 'and" gives, will prevent years of misery and sufferbz. late visit|o Londoa And Scotland,he Ira*atqnlrcd 'U'4 75a iIta a ase4idp.Whsesnrc.DpepsI ta '
? lasuraaoe on-the Life !'*,Celebrated Family Medicines,? -the 4 balance__at the end of the. session.- .and save annually 1'hoithandsbfUves.'- vsri9usiaprovmqnt nm1acId1 Iow.aoi1lkas.I

perpeUal the income popular remedies,) to forward their - FareoU,by reading it,'will learn bow to prevcui AiFENCII thin whnfoo4: .o rtkj wttogwctorwkat( ls> ,- ,
**" "*' 'f "* *" 41f, : ;aA5TZ5 OFTCITIOX.;' rJ -V6rthogrstaa1ngtswPuilth1p \1DYING : : CLEANING
a After death. To him .. V the destruction of their children., /A'.. .,7 tt produces T fhtalenai.'hetb re.palp1tatiosi mtO t
I A nbstAAtial solaee thepatronage.of Dealers'we- respect ;' ftj""A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a let .which! he! 'l-v trusts* will 5 )i enable>*** \him i'fi,to.give.1 tf general' <* r Benrt, live complaint,;idiirrBai dTseBtery.tiOeitMurmptlna -

: det aa tociesth *-' .vti i .?*,. ---ti i'sa *4n per session, fc-rf '* y: ft f f ;. $8 00 ter, addressed to DR KINKELIN \f. cori satisfactiott to*nwh may- please to favor him biiuiur In the of the b.rfyr frifojj VfaMte oooAlsy bejt aa stH

1'pPezionai' *Ieas J. N. KEELER & BRO., Arithmetic, obetween with theIriatroasg-. ,.. 'I'7a4 which bring on Eruption*bMjnndWMi of ts Skia, Scald all Os Seed hvBon;flsjz

rat.f1D.raae6 fre* ?l ,.' .294'Mdrkcf it ;lIilto'17.Compositlon, and Elocntion 1200 Spruce & Pine, PHILADELPHIA,will ensure a LadieVadk and woolen Dresses, Shawla, &o. &hevmj)iyiIpdLss-WhtaI w.HhssF.vfl Boise, SM
I Coipy ieacsslly, ir I .. *"Pildd4p Algebra;-Geometry4 Plain and Spherical ",1 book,under envelope' ,per-return of mail."% i n cleaned anoTdyed"various eolora/so as t>giv goo&way all aleerations ialernatmad.exteniiu 1 JusthIag .J
ttbia.i.. .:.& t4J .THgonometry.-Mensuration bf Surfaces/ lr FIFTEEYEAM4 der beana.ht a.

... -. Do. of Solids, Surveying Navigation extensive and uninterrupted-practice'.spentin reqafred.""Gen tremcn'srarmens renovated spoil ;ll Ihk fluId.cbaamd7spA44rlw.Wi,41,
t *uiSt 5beuIStttsatbufswsnror'acj4
; andintegrid In the fluUwhisk Soilust.s
; Conio Sections,Differential wine good style as formerly, so AS not taTee
'LQIUD4..5 :< this city have rendered Dr. K,.the t most, txpesr.ndsuccessful' luelf betwee iUte JMat and etoeitliaM.toteirt
Calculus Natural and ,
Moral Philosophy surpassed by doneat the-North-or
; 3u practitioner far any dyed as
and I. and
near, the nag loflamlng thejidelUatte than., Uek H
-OF.DOTAtr JH/CHAHttkV.*"*" w npo
| Astronomy, Chemist. 13o1any; MinerSalogy may beTqttiredtX di beMeU black '
; y treatment of all diseases of a private,nature.-r $ dyed 'tas-Ir ao.t.r.asas**of13ty uthaM ,
.: .. '"'5.* jI.e1a)4; 4 V -': '-ri.- S GeolRbetor1e Logic Ele, Persons afflicted with nicer upon the body throator cleaned And pressed in a superior tyhr.. Ladiesi r UsNew *
$i -- : -- ) tnentsof Criticism Natural And GeatleindnV Kid Glove cleaned* ;
$$ I _., 4 I4 'tarDiorce, Theology/ legs, pains in,the head tor bones,.mercurialrbeumnatism. ftcr' the which afliet rnunaa
{ Evidences Christianity anl Political strictures,.,gravel, >disease,arising 'most approved-London faahloa i sjj'h s#sniiAMr. -, IsIs ,g).sesthSom4. _
4.rn s S )t'sarw Economy, -. 16 0 **. to V*thte -4-s ri s- 4' '5
from youthful excesses or impuritfes of the, M. KIEL,has been Appointed Agent:for
DRY ? ;,to the.tatisfaetion of the Court, ThsAneieirtLauguagei blood, SOURINGPOUND', FRMNTIaAcIDH
"g- 20l
:. JUed, that the Defendant hi:the < whereby the constitution has become' enfeebled, the aboVe establishment: and wiU attend to the '
# 4j..t l I/;/ !:-or z Towisw
.. S. '. cause reside*-out of the State of R. PARRAMORE, President. are all treated with success Yecepts.nddeliyrj,work ia Jacksowvilleand S ,
rielE a; UKDtR i'- : beyond jorisdietion of this Court, ;. ? He who places himself under the care of Dr/Kf, the surrounding country. Terms moderate.Ite tobTewnas.ds ssd thvwoa GiswisdrrAtlON.fbkInds4npaio5 1n hs s tsbd.rsroaa Old

motion of- said Complainant,, by 4.ftn VBUNTthU; may religiously confide lath honor as -a rentle- March S 21, ISoO.- 8m : '

sad Ocw .8teets, Bryant,Esqs, Solicitors, K'j i 's,3" moan, and confidently rely upou his skill ar a physician. r----' Heaven thibId thai webafdeal Is an jitkts iswouLdkar

thaadeQthI .That laid Defendant appear and j ,. ,
'4 of Complaint of said Complainant, February, 1856.1s --.Trustees. (jcy Persona at a distance ni y address brf''id eiwri.si.z.i ** winch sbseW brSngd. -

.-,. & month,or Ahe game will be.Ukea'as .1 'I. It by 1ateroost.iaId,) and be cured At borne. BOWLING ALL5Y; BILLIARD'SALOON/ Old Dr.. a IOasOII44IIcO.P1aI.IM
Uo.ftuasAPOUND. nan whol v* iol
.. him. AGESrcf ME1ICINEs r
Tby hsrveepeoed p evi. ; I. r. DIREC. "
jent of DRY Ordered, That A Br copy of"f3 this r Or. 4 .L4'1YIt.M.: tft : )IAxiy' TION6', &o., forwarded by sending a remittances ; IA ..jn K**<%**- ,.- S,5 4 I

to which win be by the Clerk'of tbi* Coort.' be and put n0 secure" from from.DAilAGE OR CU ffflHE SUBSCRIBEAbBijotopetwd "Wiwisb ThntnM ae4iasIis tbisJgtiog..q s' atr

leeted stoek of *om newipaper printed.wjthln the / TAKES*" this method to uunounco.*o th0nLb.. RIOSITY. *'- .. JLi STMST; North ide, cue door from the eor that R.TIBWBMasTs afticMMod'a O&acrw-
-- 4 .aad ill *rtWss fq of Floridt once sw ekconaeeu- 5* that{sbe,ill1? keep open Ier.Biurding- ,((i>Booksellers, -Afcenta.Jpedlarf,' Can: ner of Libetty street,1-* ESTb *Tnrtv Bowuso eanapArtUa an 4a-O *.psn asidi*
1 They intend i? monthi. '- : House daringthe' winter' for- the* reception I of vusersand all.others-supplied with the above :Tn0 Establish iia.iaft ; tht they 11$.Is every vas.

.- 'l cAm or count*:,* 'EHO.'DOUGLAS,' Jud Buarders and for.tne accommodation of straneers work at very low rates.. c r mans has been fitted up entirely new; and U open ; '
id'' cit A share of tho" ; : or travellers generalljr j Grateful the erHib. for the reoeption of visitor*at the uiual hotui. & I zA*8..I'TOWIIUI4 IS sM ,sr ISas.1d1I.3chemist
ftutxU-Cler1of said' Court do oral) hitherto -; "' ,no phrmaceIIk.oias
wfll be maaafacUred patronage extended to her, she will 4- so mete e( 1pp
ihe Above to be Atrue qpy 1 And entered of record in said entitled house commodious, and floated la a pleasant m beenjnpplieot'tIObuiOe5t1Iqairs s1 sloesi msa, what rum I MUfia* poblic tev*

1 4pthsq Court,- on the2&a day of Jday,.A. psroftheJ.own. ., IM1)? 2dI85O-, 1J beverages to suit every palate will be prepared ttUlaialUhe Ihey are ivMvtsgw ge iScluMce! S
I. 1i--i; C5 ; !Jacksonvnie, Pet> 31; W9.5 ;MBi? B fr' Iby tbe'Republicanthat' with aespatobr
4 : Testimony Whereof, I hretrn to*ct : W.:Brush Judge or Probate of be a i timn'* pplI1ed.-i: t t s: 1dsTth.nt >e AGEKTS f ltiss&eiilisssat.( M- tsII

.a i 1eI7 ssid.sx'the'taaloTi said Putnam county has been pleased to let the public S The 1Iffisr4 able ..8atV5atilthoId WtpeeterfftotoViuera ..
5 i4 :: L --.- TJs1ST4UGUST1NE. know that he bat revoked a letter of Attorney executftd -v. ... *'! tJij."S i8' astalig cjrstL. .
t': mE* -
I. .; i u-wae ir.sasbt LEWIS FLEMING-Clericf- by hlnrto me, relating,some lands in flaseen Imported expressly for the House, And perwk ofaom* perUnc* to co *raad ae,*vp

; \ By5 IfYi QAKKIB :X). C.swi- -., Iv .:- .t-i: .. the Arredondo Grant, In.which'.we have 'joint U of the most beautiful construction' ,'wither And vea a COBMIOB deceit onJ.UUow aweliwbj ses
PIra4mtJI1I4l4 interest. "! have the JadiA jmbbej cuthioai. Ii ioj.Th malls It that the penn > iM>O1cI
: ; # ; >a v not seen instrument since I v fc> t tf > I l7.
m $ dsIgaMLr' ;
: :- left home in August nbj.Jiave acted under It j I -- B wlinc JPlna mid .9..u. .. ,
":** ? 11 baths reception and certainly did jiQt.come to California L a 'i-4-t T&w* -- ifl Vn a WJUK rrOMACHl A S
& : ; Rotici. I ) I noxpen of corn. .to-:tell 'Are alsojust fiom the worlrinaa And
t thq lands every oonvcnleneefor should koo* welLthisi 141$05015514 M
., pine and of the '
p5.07 Arredondo
4IWA$ 0Ojb 'arr I ----5" r the enterUimnent and
eemfort at.
east toir'ryi
I The Grant '3 had hoped that at thIs' ofgnasta'has siannee (KtulnclrtM lIIi C4roaadsl -1a
wbja't d1tscIshoul4
cb1s fl been
b teIt provided. alMtaeswMia MuelPdgs stise
S te w .v, ->* >; vus.
&* for tbe'sznbnni bf tbr ho. Is SlnwnIth.present prouSsts. .neither hear of that Grantor certain Wits distinguished *I cordially invite,the public to* eafl* *at* t. ... e which k tth.h M5IicaM h* *l $5dreiedIeitptMsedisqui
oiirt in4rtyone !proprietors. f utas; Mr.- Brush* has tablishment, assuring.tbMafikArI ,
; ibI.ri
? U
VVt thought to jrtmlnd of.that u So Nst *as ds-ith. *ssssbIlm1aedSdbRO
soQIs.A* May, tnt oPJAnnarynext 'on."which proper mt ralaahle oroqt4buttothtdr mresUon.a Tk 'ft
4 ;;
waer is reqvAftol to endoned two credits, amountinrt .- InvaIjds, trsveflc and othera .wlj fled interest,lie will be so good as aot to sett:any porWonof Y S7 4i OpSSo1SIb
IA3sbouWdOtt&b1 'it la which/we -1k1 ( sRi m.te.Neuiiseth.emb.ddbsel
ItIMtit&t dft4l tbw are vJointly 'fntertiUdJ:
.J leaving A balance Of 919383.009, .
? SobSMaowLJACaT
& ;
1atgu'2T5 xithwt ,
f&i&nce J jm d t rniinednot.to feet 1on ;with oOD$7&r myconient,1 and fearing that'iny fortun ) ,,u1IrkS.hMJND .
by law'or Until the consideration. In frfltMdpfttectOttrornndrlbesst wInes. Tb. night aoffer,ia his band*, the pablio will w'on ihb. ibm esci1 ,
Au- cir.uitWrk
1 i >UjrMgjyjealrtalfil.d.w..." f-' J roonia are silg1b1 lfledtd,, srge- sod a1q ski their guard,and protect it.from saerifiee. '- i 5- IEtttfl .
"June27tfOREGORyyALE. C11 eu1t'-Of'.V1ortdas' ,
M.w.SeH1BS. ( fc McDBERLBAKER-4g's ,.
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7I'Zsiib.orfbsr f''L -- *> gyit ThOmaLS S.in4.ttL wUli tb Nseb,lad so5eJ7
I. ..: : ..iccsi- ---4 IMSai1ai1pune.m
; Ut iso4i'ha. .. With tb. many*dVb.atagesooibli' tletws.: ,'b1i '
,; ;J1 iabI DNOTICE. sen'irapr1etr.ai, Mr Dv1sWus htrs 1ps. *
EO ) *AWwbo.ijjdiitIs
a :easrb g.ok tzoniimng thonaetbatt 1
4 the*ndergn.d i In-the ondtlotname.'-of 1us$... : .- Very r ieesIuli&, Xert1oni!ua irm a-t sin;' sod .tbat he beloars.40WIlILm JI Ta

L TJI1 PRORI'Oj Er5nnenOf'Sbeli'Point 'JrVs.' I -ID sppeiatit. Or Jadrf s :

.fl A 1dl0.1; yjf#4 BamiCX,* fs'this $ 7ruM'auiOet2t1819 ctsbounn&nd'Iv1bo $ 5 fwt e ffldavit,.that. s4sk

c. .1 t I ---J-, .,-, ,J.ip bighjlie had 6a AO old white Weal Utr hi* }<"* or tWa .Cirffljtt and 4 ::
-.- tct.d to bsoO4Utd b MMLThL BTJF. 5. 12 annarel WM A4ort thai IO5IQ5 w. a. .

'; 4rm.ftf.U.Jdi wbo Is alone tgortze t oI1dcftW r4rJ NotIct, terlb ct; baithe, so&-ms, QncofMnta kak 2t-h1.5 not

; olrtd. adthi fOrar pr III.Odr.JIM j4vg23 849. '

; : NtUemaO$Cftbsrjoist4ntstandir ecciintes4 $54 $ ebirea:oi'he W131 b etui&jr sOd aazw.rth 'MI *The S r_ _. -I

r$ *'it1. I I hi $stMor4,4hejagsaf IC I fit _
t4t 'lt4k.. (t.L.54L 4 t'inooorat.MZWQJIL'r$ &MJN4RY e i M.iW. REEZtr arj-s. -
'!i ,, __ 4 pflTqp tI-'vn' fvt 1. ksnt !1XTLY
pp I4INj$ 1dl&tn CouztHouse.sao.p1yAi Jae/Cownbia.Cotii tk. WJ ?
t Ja7 4. ; ? ; P't IJI ti : I.. tI.i9 Tat JSnd,) ts
Mio,1850. SI tkC*"Trv *ir '*''<-ru>*:f **"
a, ,' 4Z'r .. b. 5. 1.- eL17. ; LI ,1 .Jaiy H-Iaw2n\ :Judge, Jto., &s.L THIS brrtci-
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