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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: October 3, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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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A "Democratic Convei ft I.i or St.John's27th removal. from Florida or what may be tion which is founded oh the, assumption of elon *w Tcccift' m jour*>i aoaretwee acommttiiuf1tih daydtbe J tl on sessim(( shall'exceed theft ,?! forty'days.,nv .'*' -* r I
their entire; her existence of the States.of the [-another constituent a1 edttriug election, it is Indispensable : .14 _
and Putnam counties mri f fat ult, more disagreeable partial of extermination. as one SECTM 5. And 6"1 t. % enacted-:
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Picot ta and nominal f "Mi hew; Solana, .". Union, 'on the'terms and conditions on which copy of which:1 send yon, in'which I have duty ,ol eveiy ,true ,WhIS-a I That every free white aru I fctaat rt above'. ... "

a candidate for the Hotlst sf" iresentativfs The policy as determined on by the Ad she was admitted-. etWs 10 iffifjose an Obligation tJearty "defined my itio.."*- '_ trust there are none but He go to thepull the age of twenty-one ye* *p$"hall have"_ .:-7:1::II

for those counties, andwo t> to the St. ministration, it is hoped, has not been aban. to explain that the ground which have Finding that-fty opinions are fiMrcBrestn and there take a ptia pull-a been a 'resident of said Tt. fofyat the.time' .
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Augustine Ancient City fi ', 31st ult.,) doned. The Indians have not yet been removed assumedf i. precisely that which -I occupiedtPhenthe I I tedi in other'sections of' the State have. .,...- iiit.dpnll-yea strong of the passage of, this atJ M\l: \;be entitled" .;
passed the following re i, : to Which and a large portion of the U .9, rtsoHnioriofannttation after, having I 1 I! Dined to prmt! my letter of'the Sth| aa4 a pull to:, And i if I to vote'at the first electifcigible 'halt be eliJa 1.)\

we desire to call attention I P] j i : troops, it is understood, have been withdrawn received ;the' assent vf Tlftu, vat brought circulate It'afmrhf rjr constituents;' l D Whig need fer.th ,. for. most ,: to any office within Territory ;"

Resolved;'That the prrn 4(1 l] e Seminole from the protection of the frontier settle back to tht Senate of till United States. Then ,very.. respectfully t K/C.and truly' assuredly the fd0" be own.ELUAH .. but the qualifications of vl j ,nA of holding; } _
ments but of which I bave received no sir, notwithstanding rflt Opinion, that'll\, E CABELL.Dr. office ''q
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Indians to remain in Florida I. onlraty td yet. ,'BLITCH. I subsequent'U'>' sJialLbe. ,; .
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the pledges of the Adminttt. ? t and is aW official information. This state .ot things Congress of the United StateaJ in the, adoption ',' O, : ... '. .. .Florida.t. P.. S.-I wish bo who were, the such as'shall. be prescr' O\e 'legisl-v<* ',: ':
grievance',which the inhajfif i I the State has again caused great disquietude and alarm of 1hat resolution bad transcended their t pro tive assembly :' Provitlsuffrage :'behvof .: .,;
deprecate and which ought Pt! remedied among the settlers on the frontier. The en. constitutional power I considered that' it -Z.KTTCn.rR lf tAP?. BUTCH* i a pm luof.tb late Mexican and of holding 4L .ur ',; A

without delav, Sf'Rnotwcl closed copy of a preamble and -resolutions was my duty to submit to the will of the majority JUttor/thtRtpiitiieaniDKAB . .E.B.BY eised only by citizens oj li\ted State, 1..":. ,1.

that the atte throw the adopted by a convention of the people of expressed in the form which the,con' Su:' Fcfffnjr a doty which !". ., including those recogni "itizes by ,'r .

odium of the continued p1n of this an- Hillshorough County will serve to show to stitution had prescribed for the., tlptession to myself,'arid'mofe e peelaily t to the' Whig <.AUTHORITY.'PUBttC ., the treaty with,the Kepu. "jtXiCOCO1I.. .jf
which of the will. Considering that the eluded -
the democi. throughling your Excellency the elate of feeling legislative I -_J February second ii e 'hand red '
aoyance Yt qn
condemnation upon of the eoirjilis General I, prevails in that section of this State; and opinion which I personally. entertained as to 1 of Dotal Conn'ty t deem it WM! ; and manly ',-" _ACTS: 4 and forty-eight. j' .. ...
similar resolutions hate been adopted by the the Constitutionality of this measure hud to tftftk&boWthrtghtheeuiuiIsof: .* SECTION 6. And be .f
a fabrication whose punx 4 to deceive. your ** 4tu1iiK UM gtMttm 9t the : .tr lf'.tcl,; ..,
Resolved; That the Gotineombining $, 9f Florida people of Benton and other adjacent .Coun. been overruled by the decision of 'the competent paper, the :reJaCooiflWhlrtTamprWd tosay ThrtrIr.t C.fel.. That the legislative poVI 'i i ail Territory ,:K.i.,d

with the Federal!(1o 'tnmentt and ties. But a recedt occurrence on the line constitutional authority of :the,United t stiD:rtartd toward' shall extend to all l I elts of legis- ,
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virtually consenting to refiiV tie people in of Benton and Orange Counties, of the prob. States, I acquiesced then u I ban done : parties*. (Ptnruc-Jto. 25.3Terrftorisl lation con.itltentith' iatituti n ol ';.',;'

our country, is recreant vi t'l tluty to the able murder or abduction by the Indians, of ever since,in the validity of that cq;' .and j l There era'M-t'.t'but two putties, vit.! A(. ( & a- Government the United States and tL, is.un.nfthi- .__; I
in the of Mr. therefore I have cordially concurred in.tht i aurtpItI.. the latter' ea. I.. 0 net i-bin no'law shall J _
an orphan boy living family ber interfering .
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.. ( ., -_. r._ C"tftnr.iTt.. hr.. tanilanv .LL .L i ttjmproposuinn jig ; with the .
ut the lUll resolution' \U ) mat in YU' _. __... .n -- a- '-"- -.1 tn.- u> wnicn me- repon u'I more definitely speaking;e fo"To the it enacted by the Senate and .HoW primary dispos_,. f the t soil, no .
another article we )' i exposed create great agitation; and alarm, and may : Uhilk RECOGNIZES Texas'at the rightful pro the principles and)measurts of the former; Representatives of the United States of A o tax shall be imposed upojj e Property" of .
this paltry, trifling auemlf.| :'II&\e capital lead to an other breaking up of the settlements 'prfetOf of the soil which the United Stuttt ica in Congress assembled.That all that part the United States j nor $J b| lands or
against this Administratloj i f\r more on the Indian border. I have received .proposes to acquire from that State.! I I have ever.strictly adhereda d: whenever ol the territory of the Unite States incUeditbin other property 01 non., tdl! be taxed : :)

than what in 1839 was thiJUlh ,I a locofo.co several letters from gentlemen residing I Major Beard says the proposition takes called to.give my vote it. has never failed to \ the following. wit higher than the lands or ie'jropeiiy.of :

Governor in Florida to fail to j the exercise in that neighborhood, detailing the circumstances from the South a region secured to 'it tell for that party and these facts no one oa the wel by the State of Californiaon residents. All the laws i. fy,tie I.e., 4

of "a generous cnnfi lec] < 't Jin Martin of this affair, a copy of one of away I acquainted with me will'I think pretend to the nrth brie territory of Oregon, and on, gislative Assembly and 1 o. shall he .
Van Buren. 'Contrary U tro Ifdge5 of the which, from F. M. Durance Esq. I have by the annexation of Texas; while Mr. Ber- the east summit of the Rocky Mountains submitted to the Cong o the United4lbt .

Administration!" Yes sc Y( :4 contraryto enclosed. rien declares that theprovision is precisely dispute. and on the south by the thirty-seventh i. States,and if ditapprovi l nullandenatifl .

the pledges of Jackson, Van: Iren| Tyler, The people of Florida will not be satisfied consistent with the terms of annexation and So much for.the past-a* for the present parallel of north latitude, be and the same of no effect.SBCVION. i : i: .

and Polk, and shameless tit: *$ that parti. with anything short of a speedy and entire "recognizes Texas as the rightful proprietor it appears to be a time to try some men's hereby, crte. into a temporary govern : 1. Ami be a r J', /_ _
nan effrontery which in tlfejac |pf all the removal of the Indians from the State. It souls and u 1 understand some few have ment, by of the Territory, of Utah; That all township, ditltri'.-..,, *junty officers
'violated tince 1: $2c fcset thiscf is impossible that they can ever live in peace of the soil the United States proposes to ac and when admitted as a State; the said Territory not herein otherwisei vi' for, shall >
pledges :
1 }!I up and quietude as neighbors. The General quire." What becomes of the"Vagtte assertion I felt as they say awfully in dodbt of me lest or any portion of the se shall be be appointed or elected, aJjlf'e kie may be, .

Of the second re oh$+ n, Mended I to Government has solemnly stipulated for their of Major Beard, ,when contrasted with t should turn traitor to my yarty and go rlTe into the Union, cr without ill such manner as shall battro* jleJ by the

whitewash Gen. Twiggs, )s." f I we have removal. The public lands have been par- the matured and: authoritative judgment for the locos or one of the few who aretryng slavery, their constitution may prescribe Governor and Legislative: !I ably cf the -
the mart credible testimoti; to i iF4nce a be- chased and settled with this express under. i I to bring into the political world a at of .admission: PIi That i Territory of Utah. Tbv.julpnor shall
John M. Berrien t Yet there is still nominate
lief that "the command t ()< neraP has standing. Humanity, on behalf of the people ocn nothing in this act contained con. I and, by and 'vithl! advice and -
recommended tl A riinistrationto of the border settlements, cries aloud for tinued consistency of Mr. Berrien's opinions, ::nondescript infant patty-a creature of strued to inhibit the Government of the United consent of the cgislativeuuqlajpoiflt! :

earnestly permit the remnant of 4i }; hinoles to the removal of the Indians-the prosperity I I and further negation of Mr. Beard's dogmas 'amalgamation but which is ai yet'only in i States from dividing said Territory ito all oiiicers not herein other] idtV'iJed for _

remain in Florida. And l&3' J what leui of the State demands it. this pojnt. Mr. Berrien in his late its embryy:state, and for tfhieh there is two or more Te"itorie manner and in the first instance II ''rtJ"iei'iior alone' ,
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did another democratic cotntt" i 4g General I would beg particularly to refer your upon no political air for its feeble respiration and at such time a congress shall deem convenient may appoint all said olj er:'fvvho :shall I
Excellency to letter to General letter to the Convention which assembled at and or from ., hold their offices until the' fidof| the first
(Worth) do in 1841! VIs i\ ict on hisconcluded my Taylor proper attaching any pottionof '
dated 29th Nov. 1849 this Macon Georgia after i of other which must consequently"be almost still said to State session of the Legislative ,
recommendation that ''peacein w upon subject, speaking mea Territory any.oer or Assembly, and '-
; 1842 and thelndianll Iter iitfil'to; remain! and my letters to the Secretary of War, of sures says : born.1 feel proudly u say that if ekherptty Territory of Sttes. I shall lay off the necessary t jrijjts!for mem .

And i is it necessary, in order, ',it throw the January 3d and March 26th of this present The proposal of the adjustment with Texas fjfu.Locoor.lIOode ) ; ever" have SECTION 2. Al be it further enactetl j, bets of the ar.d Council ant: Ho | wfllepreseatatives -.. ; ,
Thatthe all other
of the continued this power and authority in I Ian officerUt {H -
odium prec ntitl an- the satisfaction voting at the poll in uni. .1
the dcnfocrfcjcI I larly,** that year.Believing that your Excellency will giveto has received my support over said Territr of Utah shall be ves SECTION 8. Aiid be it r r enzcted,
aoyance of their upon) "commanding ez4Ezls' should this subject your early and serious atten 1. As evincing a disposition to conciliation eon with,me, they toast be drawn to my a shall hold his office I'I That no member ot the L iI4tire Assem

any be implicated! By whose sir lions was.McComb's ,,, tion.I. which strengthen our cause. platfonri.fYes to sticking point;; by theinat for four Ted until his successor shall bly shall hold or !he appoin 4any; office ;

treaty" formed! and! thy whose am, with sentiments of the highest 2. Because Texas as a sovereign State < t pure and unadulterated; whig b appointed an qualified, unless sooner j| which shall have been crea' ] 't'vr: e salary

".Ilfrmi; ion" bave these dia4 i remained respect and consideration, was the party entitled to decide a question principles. For I rejdce in having it to say tmYe by President of the United I''l lor emoluments of which ilavebeen: .- I'
from the date of the Tjeat)1 cf Pa'Jlt'sLanding Your most obt serv't of the disposal of her own territory. If any that and father both of Sl. The Governor shall reside within I increased, white he was r t., e4r, Jring
TI10. BROWN. grandfather were shall be commanderinchiefof i the term for whlcl1lut' ;: c4tJ and '
up to the year of race!(1849.! State had interfered between as and the I ,ior, -
them Republicans ani that I am a Whig, the militia thereof, shall perform the duties one year after the e.Tpiraliand > .such
i term
) oij :
But it is lo the last resol ion ( which we ,IR. CBOIUE1V AGAINST MAJOR United States, in our cession of 1802,, I '
would most particularly in ite jajtention.- BKARD. would hare considered it an intrusion.3.Becausetheterritorytobeceded. dyed in the wool. Yes I delight in sayingit and receive the emoluments of superintendent no parson holding a c (un ij'on or ap-

What is it, but wilful and < ciib :ikte misrepresentation Extract from Major Beards Letter to the would and wish it to be understood in the strong of Indian'ars and shall approve pointment under shall be the Uui. [St4sexcept : 1

untrue in ev| y 1. parcel, Jacksonville New of the ITth Attgtut. become part of New Mexico, and free from est terms that haven been whigever all laws Lislaife Assembly lative postmasters assembly, shall a mz ho .rpthe legis .
before they shall take or lanytotSce
and particular, and should k qwn to be TO THE PUBLIC.In the Proviso. ; may grant underthegoveruinenofsaj _
acted as a whig, and am now a whig, and pardons for offences against the laws ot said
untrue, be&use written an I p44ed in the the -Florida Republican" of the 15th 4. Principally because relieving Texu "Py.' _
face of the Governor's lettei of Suit November inst. I am charged with declaration. that from her debt it would develop her energies, ready to act as a'whig,aDd trust I have stability Territory; and reprieves for offences againstthe That SECTION 9. Ami be it .r' enacted, .' _
the
to the President of th l1'i fed States, iMOvld prefer a dissolution of the Union to and I consider a strong slareholding Stale in enough and that of a whig character to laws of the United St until the de. shall be vested judicial in power t, ;:'rerritory... _
cision of the President made knownmern a Suprem District
o
line of which late and calls that of incalculable c Jj <
every contem the passive of the late bill now no more- quarter,as importancein henceforth live and act in a whig atmosphere be shall commission all officers who Courts Probate Courts, in'Justices' of .-l lgmal
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removal of h and ;
fur the sjteedy ; ndians.In which vxa misnamed "the bill.'" itself necessarily leading to the for.
That letter wa published $og the'I I Compromise mation of others.1* 5' which is pure and wholesome to all that ia shall be appointed to office'undr the laws the Peace. The supreme shll consist j
ACKNOWLEDGE THE DECLARATION AND '
brave and bit in which such ofthesaid and take care of a chief justice an J tw. iix 3 j jostices
mail which left this city OD' fa before the ask what be ennobling, noxious Terto. -
SHALL PLEAD JUSTIFICATION. Again at.
we weight can I two of whom shall
that the executed. any coo *Ut1! quorum _
atrocious calumnies of the ftco|$.ti meeting The effect of that bill had it would plants locofocoism nondescript b ftbfuUy ;
passed, tached to flippant assertion in the face if a SECTION 3. farther and who shall hold a term 1 seat of _
readied it the Governor forward-
,
ed to the President the following wnjlc an letter on i I have been to exclude the people of the such reiterated and authentic decisions T- 5smorasyou may bay it mngJm can I That there shall be a Secretary of tladt. covernmeiit of aid Territo ._ _ally, and _
South from all the from
the subject of the removal cfthVe ndians..- ': Mexico, but this is not territory all; it acquired proposed alsoi !I The whole battery of declamation has beenI never grow. y.b by thi I ritory, who abal reside. tberein and bold his they of shall four, hold their The offiriod 'aHt tbe pe- .

\ have IIOlicited and proctiredthe copy as to give Texas many millions for a part of I I aimed at the California .and New Mexican I nothingism reminds; me o t Irishman's : office for years,.ne sooner. remoyrdsnalTrecord I f- ji _years.._ *_ -f .sa- : eyshafl_. __ _
best refutation of these flaiw; ej-s. and weak Air territory large enough for two ELates, provisions of the Compromise bill the; Democratic pretty bird he urn, vyunnY'1 and preserve all the lawn and district court shall be held j it qaJ.Il ot. ,said

of every Whig in East(''loi i a, as an and thus to give the abolitionists a chance of the South has bent itself to proved to b nothing more nor less than a !I proceedings of the Legislative Assembly districti by one of the- jusJte{31 ' act of justice to an Executive d % rmined to to increate their power by taking from the press toad, of on being asked how it looked, hereinafter consiute and all the acts and preme court, at such time at u may _
do his whole duty on this sie4.< that this ; South a. region already secured to her by the effort to show that the latter is a robberyof said it was which a with like proceedings governor in his executive be prescribed by la\vi.and; WM. i ai1 1 judges _

letter be read and circulateAtn4t be authors j I the annexation of Texas large enough for Texas, surrenders her rightful territory to crar something department; be shall transmit one copy shall, after their appointmeilL rfij 1 ectively I _
of the Picolata calumnies bethell to the ex- two future slave Statet.i Free-soil, and outrages the South. We need an apology for a head-that when it made a of the executive proceedings, oa or before reside in the districts which, s&1l p hissigned -

posure they merit: 3GOP I look upon such a measure, therefore, out of Florida for editorial cant noise it raised a belly under its throat- the first day of December in each year to thePresident them. The jurisdiction of ttiRfefeibl l courts

-. BROWN TO THE 'Ii IDNT.EIF.cVTJVE j as an insult to the South ; a flagrant viola- not venture that it had a little bit of a tail which was no_ of the United State, and, at the herein. provided. for. ,,. both.aplttlllwand oripfact -
i tuiinn which, bond of this sort. Our Democratic presses teem u. l, ana mat ot tne and of
lin.i_;_ nf that CViiiftt IK the same time two copies of the laws to the probatCKOdrt} ?
n -- ---- ----- ---'-- -- --- tail all and when it did not stand still it
DEPARTMENt FivA, I I of the Union ; and, had it passed, as a con-1 I with it, and we might quote and requote at Speaker of the House of Rpresntative justices of the peace, shall b| .as>f:4tite J by :.
Tallahassee Sept.44, 1&50. J summation of a wrong that several of the from them all substantially to this kicked and jump and when it did not the President of the u law : Pr(1f let That justice! flMe* Peace .'.
Soate
To His Excellency MILLU .I ,}(ORE Southern States-Florida among them-had ., passages jump and still. a And death, re.mTal shall not have jurisdiction T il matter
President of the o44 .States pronounced insufferable. j effect. And yet here is the giant intellect So it been, and it.will with their lit Cnp., .i c other necessary absence in controversy when the till r undaries .

SIR :-As Gen. Twigga, tle: qofcmanding''' We copy the above extract from the second 'I of the South, the acknowledged of tie darling ba ; it has tried b cut its way of the governor o from the Territory,, o? land may be in disput!} O 'rbtre the ,.
officer of the U. S. force in Fjbjrii as fail- her right; and expounder of her principles pt t the secretary shall have, and he u hereby debt or sum claimed shall ej e41ne bun.
public communication of Maj. Beard, in ; pranks by jumping kicking, but it dred dollars and the said dis. .'
ed to furnish me with any i i'II Son with {1!-tbe ereat Berrien, whom all parties are a authorized and required to execute and per ; si 'feand
S regard *to his negotiations< r..tions addition; to his more lengthy address uto the ,;' is about wearied, and soon after election all the powers duties of the governor trict courts respectively, sha i-dss chan. .
forced boldly advocating, as accordant ;', for a '
with the remnant of the Semi \\o\. \ Crfbeof Indiana Freemen of Florida," that his declaration, of to praise- will be so much paralyzed and palsied as t during such vacancy y or necessary a eery as well as common lav ) r' tiOD'i i
remaining in Flori *, ;'j 44 havingreceived j the with the terms of annexation, as until another Governor Each district court, | ( i thereof,
yet < Disunion before Compromise bill, and be in a condition, having died a natural or anc or bl b 4'
no official comtnuncatN on this equitable to the South, and honorable to the duly to such shall l appoint clerk,_ be theregister
from the it be- the inconsistency of his expressions in regard -I r an to stand still, pint 61 bt vacancy. tnacted in chancery, his of- '.
subject Secretary 4r, '( nation, the original unaltered proposal of rat aDntur detb it further who.III .
comes my duty to address y
for (he purpose of obtaining thi eceftsaryedeiermm ', of leading; Southern men, may not escape -I In the attempted. of this little saidTervitoryshaflbe vested in the gov. held. Writs of error, on and
information well the ul < relinquishment of her claim to New Mexico, con appeals, shall be es (toni' 1
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as as : m
notice. His first declaration is there, holjbj,,ahe component parts of ernor and a Legislative Ably.The Of'
ation of the General Govern ei4o& the gtil- ;I 1! to establish a territorial government for the agate Assembly the final decisions of said diiirii i fcourts to .
:I i recorded wHh: his owu hand, without qualifi. aW have to,coov'stpf,kicked | Legislative the court, under SUM 4julatioos, 4':
ject of their removal to the \ ei rt.'f'ahl\- latter and define boundary between the whb YI1 House of Representatives.- supreme
to treaty stipulation,: to be b i4iointnuui- 'I cation or pali-at'on.; : Neither is the ex- a out Whigs and Kicked out Locos,) ,the I, CuncI'shall consist thirteen mem- as may be prescribed by law jf| I'no case .'
have encomiums
districts. Thus
rated to the General Aw em!! ; oJ .lh5! Slateji'next.( I prets'oa' modified ill his other address, after two we creator thereof I think, b bera having the. qualifications! of voters removed to the supreme courtjij hilt trial by -

at its biennial session in No >ni' ,t lie haa deliberated and time bad intervened upon Mr.Berrien by the same presses thatI relied woul.b on cDOt; .allowing hereinafter prescribed, whose term of service a. jury be allowed in said court.' pTrfajsupremebitfc -
This is a subject of v tai .ir .' would inflame the South against one of the .biD shall continue.two The House court, or the justices thereo j appoint
j in rteign' maturely the sentiment he had ut- I I they a sight!I. only think I years. its clerk, and rk I bold
I own c waIl -
the |people of Florida, an 01 .s4 Cltf-I chief measures of the compromise which Mr. ar whS of Representatives shall consist of twentysix every
ating great excitement, in all tl! t'Cuuutes: j tereJ. Either, then, his silence is an un- .I kicked out and kicked out L possessing the same his office at the pleasure of e J :Icourt tot
Whig
B. And bare also arrayed quatifc.tos
adjacent the Indian front j&! r. .rhe murders -I blushing commitment to disunion, or a fear supports. we hurled from orbits, c membr for which he shall have been ppamted.Wr .-

perpetrated upoti our cit e'*] 11;last year, that attempt at explanation may lead him I against his sound opinions the crudities ing together like two uncongenial a Coucil a, whose ter of service shall of error and appeals !,.tee final .
of ; letter and feature eement a decisions of said < m bMl be .<
were the cause breaking 4p ad'.j dispersing of Maj. Beard's upon a continue apportionment shall supreme
into the and toils that bis into
deeper mazes own hands and, jumping I same year.
striking and be
allowed taken
all tbe settlements on trl; I 4ian' Jroii- which Senator Berrien I may t uprem8' 3
of the made
nearly equal practicable
compromise as
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tier of this State and prod led state of desperate partizans have prepared for him. of the saddle astride the little half-created)bat.le b the several counties or a for Court of the United State,! e.jjt i e same ". |t
cordial diricf
declares with the assent among
distress and suffering airmngi t te1defenceless I But we were as forcibly struck at the J met j and almost motionless donkey. the election of the Hous of manner and under the same ;m; tions as ,
ad
I ,
inhabitants which I Iniggj i I : whole committee. BauD vs. BEBRICH are Councl each section of from the circuit courts of tb rite i ; States ,
of
that
rs 1crpiion: other declarations in the above extractLwhenj i Why the creature's case is like Representatives, ,tp
,
of which the United Slate a4thitks the parties before the tribunal of the people. 1 in the ratio of where the value of the pr riy'wor theirtamed -
!! were j first penned, in regard to the plan of the i I colt the owne1 ,of which being the Territory representation .
I .
Paddy's amount in to be by :
fully advised. V Th....... -..... ...ir. kmtir..n...... th..mIhA. .! wif_ its'pbpulation nearly controversy, : : 3I
a e & Mt -- n' a
In a letter from General T9g; Ho Lieut. bill for settlement of the Texas boundary a. from 0 asked what be gave. him to eat, said "pea as' be. .And the members of.the Council the oath or affirmation of < tr !ifcarty or ; ,

Col. Freeman, Assistant AJjjtafjt I General, and the New Mexican difficulty. See the which separates AMARCHT AND' RUIN i Tines; when l4 jf a gone, I shall.give may and of the House of Representatives shall other competent witness, shal -xeeedi one '.:

dated at Tampa Bay, Sept. lit, t19, published estimate in which Maj. Beard held this provision the PEACE, INTEGRITY, AND PROSFERITT j jOF i him the a bnuh, expecting by that time' h reside in and be inhabitants of the district thousand dollars; except an 'that, ,in all I
said
in the Report of the SdrelBr'f, of War! ; THE COUNTRY. Voters of Florida! rebuke bucket for which they may.be'elected l respectively. cases involving title to slaves Jj t writs-----
of the "It kick the
Compromise. gave the will be,poor ,enough to ; of error or appeals shall be al ted and de.
in December last he hays: '-Taie panic is not those who commend to ,the first Previous the'6riitTelectionthe; governor
you ; .
less complete among the inhaitant9 i ; all industrial abolitionists a chance to increase their power alternative, when the latter is before .us, to and rpt glad shall' I b to get rdQlin.! shall cause a 'census or enumeration of the cided by the said supreme cou tvhbbut rejalle.in .. : ,
pursuits have ceased4 Ttfc settleis, by taking from the South a region already! Yes, ,are attemfring t raise their',little inhabitants of,the several counties and districts gard to the matter, property, cqn- -.
flying from their farms are on;this coast secured to her by the annexation of.Texat be retained without a sacrifice of honor, of pet donkey by (feediag'him on 'the stale milk of the Territory'to,be taken, and the troversy; and except, also t ,a [writ'of "- 11.terror
and East Florida forted fa| north Fort right or of equality! shall be held at such time and or appeal shall also be 'ft4cltG the, "
as
as first election
King; and from a report of ( 'fenith.' received large enough for two future slave States;; of disunion. BuJ, it.if like"perforating the and be conducted in such manner, Supreme Court of the Unit taFslrolD.. .-. n nthe
on the 3Ist ultimo, these rnaina but and looking upon it a* "an insult to be .WHAT t* EaT FIXiaiDA DEMOCRAT main artery-with; such :irameDt'bifc3e; places the, shall appoint and' direct; decisions of the said supr; k_ court cre-, :

one single person south of Ifew Smyrna on South, a flagrant violation of die Constitution or THINK DISUNION OF THE BBFOHK BEARD TUB DOCTBIMB'COMPlUlHEiB. --j I i is bopeleuijelyb4; -'must' droop.:'and ] and as he shall governor,. at the1 same time, declare the ,aled by this act, or of any ke intolving thereof, ,

the Eastern shore. There s&nuTa' general ," a -consummation of wrong," &c.- die; and he'net f t,did much harm and D number of members! of ,the,.Council and upon any writ of habeas freed co .;'jj.i eat i: -.
determination not to return uutil the which ''the question of personal ; I
each
Indiansare of
removed." When, howertvforce of Well, we are willing to allow the distinction It appears from following note with good, peace be tobi ashis.But the House'counties of Representatives or'. districts shall'to be'entitled of the said district courts ab have and .

U. S. troops'was stationed ol tEe,''exposed which Maj. Beard will now attempt to draw, which Mr. Cabell.also communicates_ copies to,the point!:;j.It is plainly,to J;un* underUhis act. The'number of 'persone exercise the 'same jurisdiciioi'arising i 4ll' cases,r. :-:

frontier, sufficiently strong toSnsfere protection to save himself, between the bills of,adjust : of his letter of the 8th, which we published' derstood by anyqethttheir 'nntion ii, authorized to be elected having the highest under the Constitution i4 !daw*,off 4J. ..
<
circuit .
is vested the
and inspire confidence, he.Huted inhabitants ment as first reported, and of the ,West to,effect, of in each of said council districts the United States as :

as finally adopted. i in our last, to his constituents, to mike'u Ofitu a hue an cry number votes and.'district .ourtsottbe Unite tMes'and .. ..
.
aDder returned the usur to their nt hofefiesjjttid.'tat tte Administration occupation The Northern Democracy already beginning that the Democracy of that secUon are try i: if possible,'their desired end, !1Z.: to.:deceive i for members:of,the.to Council be duly shall electedto bed the said supreme awl district' ( utta'of. the 'i ,!

had determined on ue |?eedy removal to claim the credit of the late settlement ing to break Aim down with the odious doctrine -:' the (Whigs fand.elect i'.their own:ct claredby,the Council the;governor and the person. or persons. said.,Territory,. and the.respl rvJjuJges<' ; it

of the Indians. In a nintfetter from and we know' it will not take the avowed by Maj. Beard, .of, Dtiuxiow' I,Yes, I contend thiisbo Q st; i authorized to be elected having the highest thereof, shall and may grant w| & of! abeas.. ;:.

the Secretary of War and tic ,interior toGen.TwiggsandMr. Southern allies long to wheel,into line.- BEFORE THE PASSAGE OfTHE,,ADJUST*KMTBILLS. rwflhing I ,lo' acknowledge] -yes, number of votes for the House of Representative corpus i il\all the cases i"u ,which. I e raise alai j. '_ : ,'.1.
of the < ,
Spencfr,'W I IndIansabA But granting Maj.,Beard's expression to Cabell has extend- .the' that'Mr. Cabel U! equal to.the number to which each grantable by judges pit4.tate3., ". '
..d ted Wfh Sep apply We are glad Mr. and publicly done_ o 'shall'be m the-District of Columbia., aifl.tbe.i'St six r. T
at entitled
ent Bay, shall
Tampa district be" ,
to the original Omnibus we shall letter. fiji no : Mill : for the ol. county or of term of said: (si :O- so; '. Imuchthereoi1asshalIbeheces .
//Uwber, 1849, they_say: *-In vespeCt of see edthe circulation of that b done, and (is dofog ." -1gt declared by the goternor to be duly elected days every ,'I '
,% condition of toe l Bw. j AI he how more distinguished, and assuredly, more wonder that ;Democrats become startled:*t o tbeyleanexpect or 4of members of the House of Representatives: i. LlIh8.I '1)

rem;inj'in Florida, dian'f! m lovat to orthodox exponents of Southern doctrine the issue .which J it combats:-but i it is.desperation th any S.tb'.1 snd/or.which i J. ,wijlin Provided-That-fa case,of a lie betwee.iv_two appropriated to.the. trial of era vIsiDt.'I1rul( .( :.L&

the West appears nesary.Thc .- regard the very feature of the Compromise to attempt to brand Mr,,Cabell ,with keatoVon; btithime'of.great"prawe.; "!: or more ,persons ,toted' ,for,' jh, governor Udder the.said Constitution a' |:., ),: t J o 'JntS"oferror.aQdappeal..in 1
adminMiration, :being tiusjjaipressed: t shall'order 'anew ejection to' supply the: ;
he most
which strongly Mr. tO5d., ...
have condoded that their ranva& voluntary opposes. the sin of their own chosen candidte.a' owjf MJniiD': > manfully.fortherigbtpf vacancy'made by'such a:tie? And tneper shall be made to the supreme .

or forcible, i if to be eflectedjaril pur Berrien one of the Committee of Thirteen I alternative.of Disunion.i Is: aJor.rc' sols s l i;:;;|or"thelnsuto i ,*; sons thus.elected to the tin'e Territory, the same,as insaid"cleric t'the 'n 3IT.Z

poet apart r romote-.u considtatiot> should and who.has received plaudits from all _tides I his chosen bantling breathed intolife ri J' ; .shall meet atiuch place.sn&on; each; shall:!receive jin .att i.1 Usi ;J4'
property, ,. .' ; u.n .,;T' tiir'cr" bty : the fees ,whic ,..the, eler| ct 's&u '
0 same
"
be regarded'aa more IJi dlolt the boldness and of his .shaUapPoiBt' .but.
ct1Govern.meat for integrity Southern ; "
.J .I! by h.is.,own.Jips,7and, delineated! 11"i] .. D to t day as e governor triet courts.of Oregon Territory I t'I't rts
because r
treaty, (b>execution o ,ana ok1torar11.prnit r wbi4oe pot uuuer ad position, thus'spoke'!n the, Senate ofihi owtip J !,n.Let him hare the benefit', .it..ffilHov. ,. '!"; -1r!J'i"t.c.. /
of farther;: postpoSeerftarr'CraW npe'&M I, 'nd Mr Texan. zndNcwMexic4, provision" ;uAtu.. .&os'.RcuJUn ma.R..f.Jo.JUO.- III lo' ; | wn poUtifalif ; people 'land i the.apportioning'the'repiesenta- -S'SECTIOS J o. And kit fa. J '. ,1. $4 t

], 10' A. t t1ton.' ftnl/romtheeonauttut.- .1-. 11', .- ... r ',-C_ mm; : '::&ffff _jr 1 weseveral; '.counties .districts to That there shall appointed } .
tr WJ im': d1Iit'St"T' "' a'. ."i o ;"p t. Ffbe econ mendation; with.wlich, I.Jn: Dm,Siav I ,btre:lust receive :1"rI.f t kowto"' # othatuNet ;, the Council ,and;House of Representatives, for said Territory,who shall,- C 'ISSP- -.1- !. a
'
I ffi \rntLebf 'O '. ". t. common with all the.other, member*i of ,the the 24 fnstMtt In which,you ttfatf J.'*Oflhf"0'' : : : ; in according tojpopulati6n, shall be prescribed fice..lor.lour yeanvunless.si O .

,.,1. iVeoriwJly Wfiwr-which. jm*to* the,Democracy: _rw that:.prefer jr tuisa* J.td by law '[as well as the 4aofth. ?,commence-;. btIi1'residcnt, and who sha ceie the. tJ

Reritorious! Cl"conduct..... i _'f 4. .eTeaces,' S ses an appropriation (f.':certain sun$ of !lutioo pf tbc.Jpiouto,,the..pNI. of.the &"w'e.J' ffert! *! '/(w. ...i". .Ut-, ..,lo.It.,... _- ,.v.-, ,.. .- -.',-.-.. .j'..''. ." p,. t \-i-.r: h;.' -_ -\_-.it.- t.'R.; 'h. .
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; W tfy Florida _Swampft11 / r have the prOflperitt State
feenind nalary: as.t e attorney of the [PUBLIC No. 8.] TE AINST THEM! i them rights has been l'erp'Joption .' V retarded
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United States for the pr ent Territory of JOINT RESOLU l"b trat j'i t of the 'JtCpm'. ..,; \iU It \_ by4follaVing4,and and their property It lives endangered, 'bt
fat ha the continuance os\ile Indians
Oregon. There shal a1 be a marshal for tary of State to fuiish* he. 8t 'rt lab to is therefore narea3wn tor tt 'on Jofqi of among
ere |
them. We them
mm a IladvalUgefto Se 1 shoi4bie removed -
of the .ad d* herkfore ,
the Territory appoint?! wYto shall hold his of. duplicates Bgoke l J **t .
'
fice for four supplied by Vqpgreh.an.dy1aiolc' were destroyed 91 J partiess and leIfnentral ah'na rf41a a jlls J tIiLi i t4: sion9 tb4Sttepf peaceably if we ;it- jbut removed they
un removed .
years I-S 4oner by ,"**> '
) O tbstbJt- I should be
by thfteethu1g, the aM overflowed lands at everyzad.
the President anJ wl} sh II Ii en men in the service, tb swamp -a .
) shjfl execute all! pro. tol of laid Stal vvfitbh 'Southern men of 1'l Yo.
I partissvo in its limits. While we are complaining of I trust our LegiJ 1 'r ;wi11 take this mat-
ruSts issuing from Ie atd courts when Wherea, by rea on of the recent conflagration ted for and pronounced honorable a? constiI effect by their acts what they deprecate by the illiberality of the Government towards ter in hand at its] iqXt 1se iOIJ' and adopt .

t elc'sinlt their jnrislictidiMricfeouits'oT n as circuit. and ; of the State Ca itof of the State I their sentmeflts V i ;'II''U'-.Mti a'tiopabat.alt.h such measures u : iaJoar1beU'
tytVHMlnnm ._ _., I. tta .
the | n1141 Sateshe' shall SMI ; of Alabama;the puhlicTioTaTf TTSrfgTnr as this to 'Arkansas and .Florida aremadeLAhihcstimat'is ofthecasedeman'V :
perlorm the,dutief' 11 sut4ect to tbe samed'be'entitled to tbe same was entirely destroyed, including .I JiM 'n of, Duval.5I county t vote ;"a3oI'j iI -. 1J' .'FiCTS. .FOJt,.VO.411..1 UNTEEnS J :'h'pl, kAlthough grants \ placed on the In the metttitoii4pebp) V n4e: i)V "111

regulation and p'enalf es, to the books and public documents heretofore I BROWARD, ,vbo endorses ?flp.! Bearl v. I it is proved from therecordthat. grant to Florida. Our swamp lands embrace sured that the Prd dentjwill; make the best. .

the Fame fees a* the .vPai of the district furnished to said StAte by the I tells you'that, the 'tnion' the the reason why the' General.-Government perhaps a fourth of the State, including use of the means bra disposa''HC e f, tth .
court of the United :atet for the present Congress of the United Slates : There-. i '( ) I and the cession is valued removal of the In ItQOIUV
nd' all in I Nth", nntf } (o"J did nctt'reeet'fe \1e'ilbriacJlmthteei 01 Itdmmp4tttTice'i8' the Everglades, ns, and to jive'eturityO
Territory JOitgon: addition, bl.k. ?
&
ktw-r.M Y.JJJ-1ie t. Qtlw..Qijr..p.eQP.th ex IIt .
n iI' 1
-j-ui.M.uw t.- 'mnu fceeaqw
be paid two hundred OI14S annuaIIyu'acompensation Rid >!?* "Senate and\Houseof : m ply' cession of the Everglades, which is.now Very respectful 'oir o : ..servri

for ex s s 'ices.. Representatives of the United States tif'ArftfricaTf'n ish aid !i which is ilevDluti 4nr Terrd,. Gen rahT\yi)s.' to,>..whom,->4he< 'conduct of obtained; was prop6ed 1\(1' urged by 'Mr"W.Hnl 1 LII rii:1fE..C'CABtLL.-.., .. .. ...

SECTION 11. And e f further, enacted, Congress assembled That-thel Secretary 'fie Abolition aid, and Aristocratic aid, and V wat,".tcV;tWt: 'nearly-".full: discretionary : iS; m i a bill ft"erel1 by himjri-the P..S., Sept..i4-Jrote"H! H this1etterjwo, .0,.,

That the governor,, qre.)& y, chief justiceand of State be, and,he isIhereby-aulhori-i! Despotic aia; nd*Monarchicalaldf< .*ThK: power. ,\I hao- '1 utin';enniifeawonid 4 : ; not j Serta'te,*which wasv 1 not finally acted on. It weeks ago, hutbf4mpccdentit was Dot J.,
associate jur-tice taitu-'rijey, and marshal, Governoroftbe .State *' J "*J'i'f "' *" Vf '' ;V I ; V ,!. has ss d the Senate and"House-the '
ized transmit to the POp the Post 03 s a"4
is aidol l .invokein, tn'e sent to f.,5ciidit now by ;
the Bro/yirdwould the is
hall be nominated. id| ;W and with the Alabama 'd plitates ''nf all"sucV 6ooksand I t : have them, yet attempt tnai1eo.,>etigrnatiSe latt ', through the energetic! efforts of Mr.Cabell gentleman on his gaft tjacknvilTe : .:1 f V aLI
advice and consent olliQ.S4nate+ appointedby documents have event of dissolution/'which .he,thinks'. is Administration and,Gov. ;Brown, with great xpe luon'Tb lands *. W- : t:c.- .
:
destroyed'is
the President oft Uiltfid States. The public Ks'''l v' 5< -"', <, V : it- 1 i-tt'I't1' .. ... ,, j-r',' V .
c and friends'aa voluntejersjand those "
been, by the acts and resolutions of- Congress I comingI / all his enemies the !- will probablY' 6e givehwho'wiirdrairi by the State.to ., ..
governor and secretaitf i toe' appointed as heretofore distributed; among-the. ;'>..iVote.agatnt'nirntodte'einse i h'roted \ 'to'cliim for Major' Beard and.his them; 'With'pajsage'of Another V. _. '" I i *4feU0 Il LettertJ' ...\1,-" _.*
aforesaid shall, beforKth! act as such, respectively the Union. 9. v1ft *,;' ', 'V Ttn : ; ': I ,4. )' the Bounty Bill I 'which is'progressing'inthe' V '. ; v; ; \ t'kt\: "
States of I. our Legislaureagainst) | payingjuryroen. a-'woriderfuJ !iaiity'( f4r'b: ; branch'ofthe The 'avannabZappearance_ 'tpvftuan 'mentions, ,,the,, .
take
an 0 thf: \ ffirma ion, before Approved,-September 9, 1850. party pa I > Senate, and to \vhi h'MrJ Cabell has also : ..
the (district judge'cr =pme justice of the HOWELL
peace in the limits RJH Territory, duly Speaker of the House of Representatives': ..'f(the;"State! { .\and for keeping Extrfcl fromTHons Charles! Do ning' 'leti -. be- provided lVwith a' homestead. Having :ter> from the/Hoi) r tG4iett 'Andrews,!late '- i

authorized to admmiKeijt' and affirmations WILLIAM B. KING, > men taxed' two' yeJrs without UVVfgh'f! of i ter i to his! constituents t :fn: 1840, speaking i of, "stolen," ssome' of the1 Yankees say, so Judge of, the''N, '' .* Circuit U- 'in'>Georgia' ," ,
by the laws no\.. jfcrce therein, or ,__*i/2i 'wouW'be'QniJtrateflll < '
President of the Senate pro tempore.MILLARDFILLMORE.. I much land for oar State, we
before the chief justre..rm" { some associate :'* VOting. ,f'-ts.tf .t W" Nl.3'Vote i:the cour'e,of Joel]R ,poinsHttj'Mr, Van Ba- indeed not to appreciate the 'services on the California "tcfl1vhiChts,, :. : one'of .,

justice of the Supremi' t of the United against THOMAS IfWiwrE,,be aoseherefue V ren's Secretary of War : of our Representatives: the ablest ever wr .) n that or any other .

States to support tl; Constitution of the ntn.i'LORID.t ,.to answerwhether.be, is for or ....J'Congress bad'always voted all that Mr. ,. HOUSE.or REPRESENTATIVES,. subject lie does M ittil the admusion'of r, '
United States, and : ithfuljy to discharge I REPUBLICAN. diiunioq and, because he showed P oinsett-asked, and' Often more. The"apPpropriations"are California is a siof -9
.
the duties of their te ect've offices; which r -'r'. I ,1* t it ? '{ against \, only limited by the estimates Sept. 17, 1850. 'Tthuwfoiaithnee T

said oaths, when toby erj'shall: be certified 'Thursday- October' 3 J85O. himself Destitute of.fffpathy. tbeyplun-- of the Secretary., ,With this control ,SIR : I send you a copy of an act' which any sort,: to'the c4Z, ,Govcrnmen4niL. :, a

the person by ort the same shall teersunder his :Moseley. I of million, what did the Secretary do?- has !just'passed the. House, by which you he protests as a 104]4r( against thety-"V IIoblfashioned

have been taken, an| ell<|I1 (certificates shall
be received and reconf 14 flic said secretary For Rtprestntatttt to Congrifi; he is running with party PaEoT, es org nize'a ll the frontier inhabitants capa.bl lands" in Florida are ceded to. the -State.Au .- exercise in eeJ Pc 'fofcenponhera ',-'

among the executive! r. eedings: and the E. CA R R IN GTON.' CAB E.LI.- I of bearingarms* Did he "authorize the immeense amount of very 'valuable '
chief justice and as5fial i tt justices, and all .such, disregard of the Ji xe r t. 4 Tssuing of rations and supplies! to the volunteers' lands 'will now be available to our citizen, constitution to r" ut:t Se YeSt: ;:

other civil officer ingiiid; Tferritoiy. before CIC ERAL AIiiEl\IULYITJCKET. feelings of out.peopl!)... '. !" Did he do any thing? Yes; he authorized and to the State. The difficulty in the way Judge Andrews : .n. Union .

they act as such, sh .i,take j a like oath or -' .., 'f r Gen. Macomb to make a treaty-,. -sivfh'e of reclaiming. these. lands. heretofore. ., .has. man, and an unfli i ia Democrat. and huh .

affirmation, before tl4sail! governor or secretary DUVAL CO, UNTY. .Oo." The. Metfng S JJanaorln.J ing away portion. of Florida." been that when drained they, would still be often been Fpok bf ii a candidate for;'" V
: ( of the l' the of the U. S. and liable to be .
or some jtJdg or jptice peace property \I'
Fur Senate This meeting. %yas held. m'pursuance'ofnotfce Extract from a letter of J. R. Poin- Governor of ths tile is also V
of the Territory whca( bp duly commis- I sold to the highest bidder. I presume now, a large ,
rioned and qualified, said o.uh or af- OZIAS BUDDINGTON.. on- Saturday,. l last.. I wal organized. settlo President Van .Buren, demanding the tbat our State authorities will grant them to slave holder. 1t j } ; ;

firmation shall be ce iihiCl1 i and transmitted, For Representatives, ," by calling, Geo. Fleming to the. Chair,' appointing removal of Gov. Call : those' who will incur the expense of reclaim. ., 2.. V. ..., ,

by th person taking to the secretary JAMES W. BRYANT? B.JKearn'and J-.M.. Bowden "Beside!, Gov. Call, dissatisfied with the ing them. The object of.Mr.. Forward, and The tInm L1rI of Oe.rgl. m- I

to be by him Recorded as aforesaid; I JAMES PLUMMER. Vice Presidents, 'and J. P. Sanderson' "Secre- rejection V of his offers to enlist a large body other, of Augustine, .who sent'me a The Savannah uiizn thus conclude J' ,
and afterwards, the loath or affirmation : petition some time on the subject of the '
of militia for tbe service in Florida.and the ago '
shall be taken, cergied, and reccuded, i i.Mich i.\ ( tary. Messrs. BudJington, Browar, Bry. urgent recommendations of his friends, to draining of the 12 mile swamp, can now be au article showinToombs 9 ie': consistency, of Mr.; 1 _

manner and foiL as rrjay be preserved; :T. JOII 'S AND PUTNAM COUNTIES. ant and tedjvith, candidate( 8 ,opened and havd! the whole command and conduct of easily accomplished. : t ,,1-. : V f

by law. The Govdhior diall: recede an For Lower HOU P, succeeded'each otliei! 'briefly in the djscusson. tbe war entrusted to him; has publicly declared The "bounty land bill" will pass the Sen. 'He is oO\1'illiu.;. f sethe. Union broken 'ow

annual salary of fift* i! l Ivundied dollars as BENJAMIN HOPKINS. :: tessrslci qsh, Spencer, Living-I bis-intention to propose to the Legislature ate.V '. up, and tbe Ian; ; fraternal .
Governor, and one tlJ sand dollars as Superintendent Walker ; of Florida to furnish the 'necessary Very respectfully, blood, merely beci:! rindVlth. been ad-
of .if' Aflirs. The Chief ston, .and David! S. r occupied' the remainder funds to provide, for an army to act under Your obt. Servt., I mitted somewhat" this <

Justice and Associatijjjtistiqrs shall each receive NASSAU COUNTY.For of the day, in.,.the. delivery of the authority of.the Territory; promising,. in E. C. CABELL. subject. however, !,pji|)!If of Georgia will

an annual salary ojf eighteen hundred Senate, speeches. The remarks of_ Hon. D: ,S. that case, to receive in the service certain To' C.DREw, Esq: V ''doubtless! have tfrtunity( of hearing I .

dollars. The Secr*!ir> $hall receive an GEORGE STEW.lRT. Walker are spoken of as most effective in militia corps, assembled under the expectation : him, or. bin! retuf4;. *ij> Congress, if the
annual salary of ghtecii hundred dol! of'the success"of this extraordinary ap- A Bill lo enable the State of Arkansas' and Governor shall dei: irie,fo call the conven. .
lars. The said fli'aries! shall be paid, For Lower House, favor of acquiescence in the node of setle.ent plkation., Such a measure would bring this other States to reclaim the Swamp. lands with- tion. HE WILL I -. ,t\fX\ FIELD FOB.,THE-' -

quarter-yearly, at th 'lr&ury of the Uni JAMES GEIGER. of tbe.t.territorial questions adopted by department i into direct collision with the civII in their limits. I Usiox vbut not atp! alone. lIe' will'

ted States. The mefcypre ef the Legislative _S Congress, and in condemnati. t"the position -_ authorities'of the Teirftory, and involve Be it enacted fyc., That to enable the Stateor have the aid and paiyr of such men as

Assembly shall be c5lj
dollars each per dayi iT:"na their attendanceat For Senate. : the; East as well as lay the foundation of interminable levees and drains to reclaim the swamp 'an,) PELL JENKINS .r Aa F.n_ ..
sessions therfef :ad three dollar er, in this his flrstpolitica. !! tqur'in TY', LUMPXLV E.'f\
the claims upon the Treasury. I am, there overflowed lands, made unfit thereby lor cultivation y, WELLBORN
each for twenty mie'! tra] cl, in. going' to HENRY C. WILSON. has won much'upon the favor and esteem of forereluctantly compelled to ask the removal which shall remain unsold at the MILLER, and wi.boi${& jncrt, ot our other ,

and returning from >5ie .d.s'sslon 1 .-, ctiefnme'ntTor For Lower House, the people, by his vigorous .addresses. and of the present Governor.1" passage of this act, shall be, and the same most justly! dibtinWiC.l. Senator. With "-.
.
mated according to tf f; ,neatest. usually traveled such champion i iiejld, aided Vr two .
said State. -z
DAVID BROWN courteous dep rtacnt. ] Mr. Mclntosh, Here we have a Secretary of War (according are hereby, granted to .
route. There hall 'be appropriated thirds of the pap.lin.lh State we do not '
EZEKIEL WEEKS. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That it.. [
annually the sum of jfle thousand dollars, to tosh having disclaimed, as one of his party, to Mr. Downing)refusing to organ shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Interior fear the re mlt. I mzjo-ity ofcaliejl UniO "

be expended by the Gfcvernbrlo' defray the and for his party, a desire for lisunion, Mr. ize_!the militia, and denying rations, at the as soon as may be practicable after will be elected to Jj fl convention, anlo

contingent expenses $ the (Territory; there LEVY COUNTY.For Walker accepted .the disavowal, and called. time,when the whole frontier was drenchedin the passage of this act, to make out an accurate the State r'ocueiition IA ;.th j ridiculous pos U
shall also be appropriated t annually, a suffi- Lower House in which a ;4ks1 Legislature haJ
list and plats of the land described as V ;
Mr. M. and his friends to prove"their the
blood and actually demanding removal
'
upon
cient sum, to be exudedJby the Secretaryof placed! Jt: 'Ui ; :
ISAAC P. HARDEE. aforesaid, and transmit the same to the Governor V
Territory, and Jpdn jin estimate to be attachment to the Union by voting against of the Governor of Florida, because he of the State of ,Arkansas; ana at the 4j

made by the Secretetj'fpf Treasury of the Major JOHN BEARD. That, we. presume; is proposed to furnish the funds to raise a corps request of said Governor cause a patent to Senator CIrmemW9l4M Major Beard t* :

United States. to defttr ihe.'expenses of the ALACHUA COUNTY. an "illustration," which the spokesmen of of militia to, protect the frontier "Com be .issued the State therefor; and ou that the Tna.: arT B1U.

Legislative Assembly! the; printing of the For Lower House, the party, whatever the mass may choose ment, is ". The democratic love patent,the fee simple to said lands shall rest We COPth 7' l:lljpwj ng extract of a ;
laws, and other incidltal expenses; and the ASA CLARK. unnecessary. in the said State of Arkansas, subject to the letter from this g alar, ((rom Alabama) "
Secretary of the Terf| ry shall annually! account to do, will be unwilling to jive. It Is the for the. volunteers seems .to be a newly of the thereof Provided
disposal Legislature : which we find in t!| }Aloittjomery Mr ti. i isu.
to the Secretaw oi the Treasury of only one, however, which cart evince any.: awakened passion, an J will last till the 7th however, That the proceeds of said lands,
MARION COUNTY.For Speakiug of I 4)1 vfytei t fn favor of, the
the United States forie manner in which real attachment to the Unbn. Upon this day of next October, at 5 p. m., precisely. whether from sale, or by direct appropriation H ",
the aforesaid sum shn5 1 hav: been expended. Lower House, learn' the Democratic in kind, shall be applied, exclusively! Texas boundary 'i ij!sy : j
county
SECTION 12. And W i it further enacted, JOHN SCOTTy point, we, WilY DID'NT Mil. YULEE DO IT IWITH'HIS as far as necessary, to the purpose of reclaiming "So part of Te&4bs'been sold for any Vi
That the Legislative.Afsenubly of the Territory candidates made no further commitment.Col. .- "DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY -
said lands by means of the levies purpose. Nothing!iiiorj has beert done"
of Utah shall hj.>fd its 'first session at y- are authorized to announce. "Spencer's speech, it is ida a noble I.V CONGRESS: AIMIIMSTIIA.TIO.Y,". AND HIS "KAVORAIILE .TSIIIVGTOS1" -, and drains'afoiesald. than to submit a ]Ititioa to Texas,'to- .

w such time and place iitlsaid'Tcrntory as the DAVID S. WALKER as a candidate for Re.. appeal for peace,.harmony, conciliation; and "' \ V SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That iu settle a question ef j boundary, admitted on.-

Governor thereof sh.ftl i appoint and! direct; union. Cnl. S. was one of the advocates of .'"We have alluded to the very ICpromsi4g"; making out a list, and plats, of the land all hands( to be fulLcoption dci&1ty. It is at her:
'. and at said first sesswtn::or as soon thereaf. gister of Public Lands, at the election in Oc aforesaid, all legal subdivisions the greater to accept ofyi cj I I the offer.- It "wills\.
I shall dee & .ient the Governor .1 the Nashville Convention, the .meeting letter, of Mr. Yule to Col. Pons, away back i
ter as they tober next. a part of which is "wet anJ unfit for cultivation not do to argue tLejtl4 'I large amount of

and LegisIativeJftssenSbly shall po.: : held .be.re-believingthat, }. as .a deliberative, in.1845, in which he makes the claims of ," shall be excluded in said list and money offered her tti | unfairly ac-

1 i-sal?.ienitor.a- ii ffl sucn fit paplace of! OTIV.as .EL.L(1 IO' luau Kl'ti.-.Jur menus in ": .-. .. 'e'v- .;.-. ."._ --'--';Ta. 9"i*-De UiDuti,' rl'-C"4U\1-O.auc' cuiupairfeS as plate;but when the grcatAr part of a aubd.-: tion of her L- :51 i the qoestioa to

they may deem eligitis4 bch hovv- the northern and southern ,counties' will serve- the ,Union., He however.dissents secure as toe Irishman's flea. That letter is vision is not of that character, the whole: of any Alabaman! ; -i; h ib( thinks oar

ever shall thereaftersibjctto: be changed please furnish us returns from" their various from its ultimatum, and i is' warmly in favor contained in'a Democratic paper published it shall be excluded therefrom. State would 8eH.ii| '* r gt. country' to ? -

by the said Governoj ; 4" |Lg:blative As- of the Compromise szttlement! asa. ..measurewhich here at that time.: To show how certainwas SEC. 4. And be further enacted, that the Abolitionism fur ,ntt1tj; !treasures of tbe
sembly. And the stmof!! twenty thousand precincts at as early a moment as possible. provisions of this act be extended to, and Union? and he woMjjirat) | the question aa

dollars out of ni4ey in the treasury neither, violates.. the- Jionor nor to be Mr. Yulee's success, we preface their benefits be conferred upon, each of the an insult. Are vj4i4uths' that we are';
_ any the right of the South.I Messrs. "from'his other States of the Union in which such better than othei S Texas will
- not otherwise appropr 4ted, is hereby appro. hz the Florida Republican of the 15th abridges an. extract letter with the strong >iiilh& ,ac- .
*
priated and granted to irritory of Utah inst. I am charged with the declaration thatI Mcintosh and Livingston took ground in talk with which it was introduced in thepaper "swamp and overflowed lands,' known and cept what we mJ| V 1

to be applied by the Governor and Legislative would prefer a dissolution of the Union to opposition} to these Tiewsv-Col. Sanders : designated as aforesaid, may be situated. In voting WOU.i'Uc will. I put' the question I

Assembly, to the Defection of suitable the passagebf the late bill, now no more, which where I 0"j4ht: to be Dut. I' J
public buildings at thcj I'eal' of government. teas misnamed the Compromise also at this meeting topk occasion to explain ,'.IllS en lain that if any man can succeed MR. CABELLTHU IXDIAXS.WASHINGTON left it to}be decided.Wjth 'e whd have the

SECTION- 13. And I fa $t further enacted, '01 ACKNOWLEDGE THE DECLA his position in connection with the resolu obtaining( pa/mentfor iheie claim IT isMR \ deepest interest in itfco reet decision, and -

That a Delegate to tM')IJAia'c of Representatives RATION AND SHALL PLEAD JUSTIFICATION." tions'offeredby him fn IS4?. ? Ltry. His past and late success with.oth""er Aug. 31st 1850. in whose honesty, ftfftj| >tie patriotism and
JOHN BEARD. t similar claims l of equal, difficulty and I valor, I have the nrjejs tJ i ljrs confidence.
be electe.1by I [ estonb
of the United Ifpte may The concJu'Ie! argument- presented -. is sufficient To the Editor of the Republican:
embarrassment that what
: proof Besideslhe
right oTJjfc: s, to the territory
elect members of .
the voters qualifie.lj.nq who shall bz Major Beard is for A DISSOLUTION. by the.Whig speakers, is reported to can_be done, he will be 'most. likely to ac- SIR-So soon as I heard that orders had in question I* by no.tyeawea clearas to purchase
the Assembly, entitled
Legislative 'and THE U ION' because of the passaee of the have been fully!! 'evinced. by the satisfaction. complish. All that is necessary, is thatthoseinterested be'en given for withdrawal of the Government a settlement (ha arbitration or ar'u-"
the as
privileges
exercised to came and rii1 1 by the delegates Texas Boundary, California, and Territorial of the assembly.! .The utmost should give hin their confidence I troops from Florida, I called ou the ment. A large parijTinhk Union denyLr
tire several of the bids, which togetlier make up 'Omntbuif. interesteJ. and aid instead_ of thwarting his Secretary of War to ascertain if there was right to any terntcr -fteybml: the Nones.A .-
from the the
from
'Territories
at
harmony prevailed_ meeting, Jts truth in this and
f of or 'Compromise bill.1. I AM NOT. THE plans. any surprising alarming party insisL lhatj': he line of 102
United States to the sa4, }Honsc Represen- '
tatives. The first elec! oi snail be held at :I ISSUES ARE UMON OR DISCS ION-I AM FOR opening to its clo e. By some. mistake in, And further: report. west longitude is her I western boundary.Still .-

such time and place?, mil ije conducted in I UNION : PEACE OR WAR-I AM FORPEACE.E. the arrangement' the-Jfkfc collation,*was% *'* not* .prepared -, ."Let us send to the 'Legislature FRIENDSOF V I found' that the new Secretary of War another, while jLliplnln l ( the title of

such the G "lrn shall I C. CABELL. when the company .arrived. but the MR. LEvf,: who' 'will was considering proposition to remove a Texas to the lower lio Grande, deny her I
manner, as r appointand t '-' ; ., operate'witb portion of the troops iu cotsequen'e of the ca"m! i.i
direct; and at all sequent e'eci.ons, I V Whigs immediately! despatched.,tHc,,steamboat A him in the legislation required, and let us recommendation of the late General,m command latitude.to,all above.tb' parallel of north V V ;

8 the time, places and Sanner" of holding the WHIGS TO YOUR DUTY (Jacksonville( and obtained an tend to the two Houses of Congress, FRIENDS I Gen. Twiggs. I earnestly rrotestedagairst When the ,iMUon,was submitted
bk the ,
directly to Sena Jh.'rere but
I elections snail be pres dlby\ law. The This is the last issue of' .t } J'' 'werepreparationswere OF-THE .1'KEsiDESTf who can conciliate a his, acting on the advice of Gen, T., I eighteen -
person having the gre. :st number of votes of our paper previous ample supply prpvisioiis, yhtch favorable disposition on the part of the ad and I am'gratifieJ to that the order Scnatorsvho v ;toj confirm- her title
shall be declared by tl-i Governor to be du. to the important day of election, and the mad .reay .o )qe bOat,. by .he courtesy ministration DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY not given. say was as claimed by hersel t, this conflict of. 4

: ly elected, and certifi te (thereof shall be oily: timely opportunity we shall have to exhort and.foretkduhi! ,. ot. l Ptaifl t Canova.: V. V :. Other INT CONGRESS I have insisted with this and the administration a opinion C which, who is to d i i.' .le?/' Was demanded there ever

given accordingly t P> culei That said del- you to duty. Be on your guard.. Cling : hastily male .by' r Mr_. V :And here is what Mr. Yulee himself says: of Mr. Polk that it is the solemn settlement by more mutuai g1 itively; cement! I speak a

cgate shall receive no gild sun for mileage Let deceitful catchwords Dibble at'Mandarin who'Exerted in i SHOULD IT BE THE PLEASURE OF MY FEL and imperative duty of the Government to ,
than is allowed bj iw to the delegate together. no -no 'r ," 'lumset.. not now of the territ '. which it is said she',
from Ore tIJ. hollow-hearted appeals to your' Southern the emergen&yinamqst. ., creditable. manner.. LOW-CITIZENS TO CONTINUE ME IN THEIR remove every Indian from our State. The has given up; ana the fact must first
arrangement'called" -
I' SERVICE ATWLSlIIiGTONit was designto treaty made by Gen.
be
she
e my established tb' has
$ SECTION 14. And it further enacted, 'mpathies-eeduce from path.In Worth in ;. : given up
_
you 'your 'w 't. obtain such further testimony as will sus- 1842 with Bowlegs and a few at a! If'', she has instead
: That the sum of five j lOns nd dollars be, times have rallied for Partylim and Neutralism. i in 'which I intend other Indians, has been ratified any territory t ,
and the is of past you your Itt' 'I V( r.' V "$, ., J'.I'I .taja J Jjie new aspect to never by, of making a part!. f. Texas free soils
"
same hereby ppropriated, out and for the it involves. The last the hue -and :present the subject.; But to ensure success nor even submitted to the Seriate. Even ] V
in the tr not otherwise cause, lofty principle I continuing! : '. ,. we have made the| hte of N'ew-Mexi-
I any moneys -ory I L1'U this but "
there other was .
appropriated, to be exj; nded by and under That principle is conse.rvatisnt" patriotism,' cr.y' 110 ail pary! i f4.II! liKarr.! r*!, i.f>.. i I fhienees are. important necessary to tie,agencies combined. and,in, the in- in no wise impairs a "temporary"the Treaty arrangement.It of Payne's- co slave soil. We p xlear of the Mexican V
the direction of.the e ;d: ,Governor of the love of ; whole country from r rnent pftle law abolishing save! ; which is said to pre-. .
country your .ng lt p ,!sa : preparation 'and'support of the claims to Landing, and other subsequent treaties vail in New Mexico tn4 extend the law .
I
;
Territory to be kept of Utah at the, in eft tft i purchase of{ of a libra for the Madawaska, to the, Rio',Grande J" UNION, ,.! "'?1IDanic1s; '\b. cn,t 't yy a s Xf ly which I will'not at present advert.. This connected with it, by which the Indians of Texa over the,;i! "unt). The ; .*-. !

ry the, use of the Govern i Legislative government Assembly That principle combines all these and 'for it TO.SfJ spE4Ioh:e the.!jl ,.of teo4was tp4! however I may say, that much'will depend stipulated ,to remove and' by which the Government tants of iCew ilexicthe ea4y allt,.reside onGcande '
bound itself
of the t court no man is truly'contending unless be be yjnt jh tth! i.is. .wa ,rneecs upon the,8u ce.ssof certain legislative action (o remove them. These east bank of the which,Jf it. .
judges sup ne secretary, yl t
i.4 r'I 1t.Yj at home.ybich I. shall desire, as one treaties are in full force, and Vet unexecuted: .' -
:; marshal, and attorney i I said territory, and found in the ranks and fighting' the'battlesof i \h iws : : be a part of Texas, ,6I. 1soiUand .will,
a.jn.s1e.pyltatRF.tp1l and
1 n t ,\ PO step\ in preparation: of the claim;and that the State of Florida 'andits citizens come in as Slave! ,St the number. of in. .
such other persons ai ujider such re,ula- the Whig :party. .: Arouse. ,.Wbig.;of1ie'" )t f, hln.\ .>!.terstodMr.-n.1 .have" Jobs FAVORABLE"DISPOSITION OF THE who1 have purchased and settled: on public habitants west of th i iaraiide. ;
11 tions as shall be pre4 eaby Ia\. "* 1 "'T being toojinr "j I
', '
lands ; .
PRESENT'ADMINISTRATION. have Jl1 ist their fulfil
/' present day, and descendants of.the Whigs' him jt epeakor tbe Deujo AT Bright to on !inconsiderable to influence .
hax
; :ti; SECTION I 5. .And I uj further enacted, ; : ? .10. d ,r \
of the Revolution I '...Democrats Democra crats, t and.lbatsoty WASHINGTON will be of great importance ment. termining the 'ofthe law i
was _
That when the land p the said Territory entirely unexpected. ,, characaj ? *K'
l h ( ( It is the policy of f the: present administration : '
.
bhall be surveyed undj the direction of the tic Whigs arouse all.to (he'importance a Respectfully t i Ii i ')11' ,? .' i .I jyas, willing tof uM"i Texas WIll the, '- $ j
'b' !! a cDmigto I tY.s fbe *; ;t.V. .... \nor nht.ca Rf'rV, to remove4 the Indians, a policy1 from 5 I.
tapl --- --- --' 7 care qf her nvn.honr$i tiras also
of the Unt ed pFe | wdhDt
- Government to bringing the same) .: States market preparatory sections- -the issues that.. are' : >f *'.. 'Our' i. .partisan' .. ,, was taken ,by ',; and. consented, .rj., DAVID LEVY; which I am assured they!>will[ not depart to trnst to I er"know.e'. gt her right: ?,ands "if,K
ry opponents to.you syren f it t- reluctance.-.Thu H lrhfcm" Jq'HI.U. But t regard must, necessarily, be had,to,the I still-think that in '
numbered sixteen a; thirty-six in each sing qnga.ngithat faucu' 11 j/I l/ Ihjs W paper, 1, I -I V -V : 'l te'eahs s' dorI have d aH'* -,,
lead from duty because M anlelTuL has ths assurance" to talk*about E;, .at the disposal of the Executive, and .*f \\.. f.krewthat .Ai ,would!
township in said Tername f ry shall be, and the may you your place .rtlj A .position h ." to the safety of the people'of Florida The vptt object.'fi ""j
are hereby, reser d fO* the purpose of it appeals t your ; high,''and noble .than tbeanomoupne; ibq himself! assumes > .. .XBY.J.iidf'n" ( 'fhis .ft'r'po eyt; for'p'ofitf'eflectl present forceis insufficient to'drive the-In me to misconstructi .,l ata. hence' I rave it; -. :

4I being applied to *SCL $'in)said Territory, impulses. They t telIy trong'jir their' V by offering t4 to M spe1asDe.iltal UsIj' ,an. avowed .: .. ? ., V .. dians from their fastnesses and I cannot take with!' (some,reluctance I ] utJ1 never doubted.. ,, V ,:
and in the States and ritocies hereafter to I If ks **fl 4iJ "' ?U 5 ,* I I1&1: -< I its correctness, tl It ;: Ji
as the Southern and ,beguile you" intg though V the responsibility,of advising .active hostilities' k i..V )
.party \ acting 4at a. party meeting ; Your friend i
: ,
lENI
: be erected out of the sea *? J Jt 'r> f< Ii i CLEUKr6PTHKirV.'GarnieY :" : t .which'may4 desolate the Eastern ,,1 j

t *.. SKCTIOX 16. And if farther enaelei, die belief that :'they are 1aon'e "bal.-rty.for.one. ,nartvland U'agalq\tQthe'. .. :. ," f1 ttmnit... ,, ,t IMti i ; is the'ohly candidate' in of"bur1 State,' unless'Congress"portion -I' ,. ,..
That and Otherwise This is a falsehood You ass .Whig's 'are Mr. mAT : ;
temporarily, pro- !i.houW. t D1eijitane .i.- Afield for IneWe' of derlc'ofW Coutt authorize a muchclargerriumber of troop* I I V. 'conlin
: videl by law, the Gov< 'lot or said Territory the South''and so a're'jyour brethren? {be :. 'j..1..A.\. 'Among:the ,ciiedfby'theAct .
true, to IS holt now u to,eraployedtmjf *the.regular>- find I
define the I tl rb of said Ter- ( :' f* t tHl{<1 1 rrtel 1 V "'' 1 ,ti.4 D.i i" 1ji.. .n::0 qdnt).C uM'J HIs''mnnriatf6n'nis'fsup'ried rmy "twoflhelast'Legislatttt } eorgiaj'in.wkiclx! ..
may judicial and had crisis arriveJ.demaudiog. physical bV tue Democrats of his voll" lheseryice,tpo-,disagreeabje,,f f hay e,recommended ;
any:. ? .own Governor, thai i t
ft ritorv, and assign" the dg who may be .naa.rr "jM"'' \\'' JI' .' Jj>:, .i1'' l, .1 f> by'Hi is nia'ny_ "friendf, 'withooY'refi_ : the of Mounted ati9 required cal.r. -
struggle, to defend .vested right,) e earn, at the time of wruinjr this, !f -4 employment Volunfeer a,'poave'ntlojT.Qf"jlhe
for saidTerii I' the several 'your ( 9lt
<
\ I
appointed pry #) tJ i,iwa ;I..t (",L ; i I >. ry.4 I." en'ceropetsonaPmeH SlM5rti'hl'ona >.l *!oll 1*' ii nn liioVVno 'of'Whdse supe'rior efficiency'there'can'
[ districts and also weou1d, found :side'b'side' thalcbe .pne J is as.'fojlows. \ ,a'-; atpboui41the.Cqa.| ..
lihl-j times is announced in t
I f. an the and lg. ,1 .1"t "jv ... ,, *.. J '/ otfemocratie J ,i.tf1tfhe W and'the'aUenfio'n' 'and'1 aolfiIjf be no doubt. Tbe'"'Pt !id nt :canrfdt call t5'ress
oftbe Jnitt1
places for holding COil iii'thb' several coan'tiidjndicialds. [ther !1 'and ? on-We d' tI 1 ,, : past njaw
forgetting 'prOgTmgBto them into
il'ynte tJa spe ne .lv ( : iservkewihoutthesantonof; I .
ithl'wnMitheinasJf6 thetHasf: .
d. !
.J ; f.\
tiesorsub&ivisinis in ti h I :S! : "u. JI < t1j. l nine prohibstmgslayeryrflv'.nfltaryaeryatijdeAV! :
r Bo.t thank 6od r no i! exists./t / jjff 5t11i neutraL l. goun4 w'.4.V.J I Copgress,; an4,L hnve.Jiutro4uce4.abUL\ in
'' i ., f assumes1fle the'duties'of' : to ajit/ terri .
F tricts. by proclamation'but bisued; byuirn: t f ; n j I.JI\ 5; V )} ',JmJlJ.iId.4 V.1 J;', I rrionths7 discharged the. office: the House of raUe rjrof ,. .
the Legislative 'J at their is still a united country', and have yet'Xocon iqo; PIttrnis DO ltlon StT.3 I8 anI r. .t: .RePfe8enta.tive tsixCorn '. in-.purian&eptt: .
ly1 rlt' JT>t'IU( .tflj V fJnl1.J 1..1.\Veopt -ft .eiidtd 't1ie l Uo 1w I p aoied orJ J t ollnttlr'VOl l u( t ft*. toub'e
t or any subsequent es oB' nay organize, tend with the political l >ATrWhich ha abenvla"'e.V e presume not Wjrapeacjtte plwbichthms} clan i, '! '
I .t .; Ji offi-trpon'artt. f f1 j)3&'nd"1i p i raised on"tAfroitiei"Bht: Hhtf Slavery'k c1erTv CCdth !
alter, or modify such j icial districts and always ben arrayed'agaifl 'tti/3 Lefido n&'fei ttw t llafe aii ,q\teJi k entirely 9 the"J attentoa'L : m4gtajreyoted .
{ 'J h engross11 .cinsid'etlb ;
h h1gihfQof' T6MF.1 (ri iIWel I6wnjbyi o taionta
I assign: the jtld e ,'and lter r. he times and ;f !" '7gether }"' 'f'f'fl I Proposi- 3 Ttlon't
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; J :; place of .holding. the. ,44, as to them it manfully,'J "L'uuiilte(1 .!(.!""", S' null p,.j OTTP vmW' \t1 feim.ft)8nte Ff" ar fnIthH4otBoltheir.upfil.v F V if'i1Ig\V :((0 tCongr.a8 h' 'thi& p'roposi"Jear i9n.1'ilcted s1allnot..beablspoaaste; ,accedeto"thttr-r;, % the Missouri* } :j) .

} .bill seen proper end n e$ent.rther. ,!, .Let i'be as oak.1; ptujgtJyour4frisiothrowhetZtat meA an u be e ..WDearu ; e feef a su'' >dljitnktuth6l| eti.k iton1.1 ,.. ,,",. 'J" Jinet 'Y''. .. Mtofrjicqaini from/,4,

.n SECTIOJT IJs-tAnd it if enacted .' t.IiIto &1.,Democratic. j.'h? fir al: {' 11.p.a.\lt..an1'p .). chargfldf t&''IftI 'ltH btrfltL1nlbeffsveitt4f *l;.airi note military mart!::and'csrfntt pfe i :' '.JBI1 eXJF lq.tQ of.s\I'lI",m fuJti mtoc j .
:; That the Constitution ( Id laws of the' Uni- years'aoftookbit: :stand:rwiltt UnnV fHt 'fl4Utrlll oas !It 'hf5 t f t i t4 WI8a"lwm.t number*,ot>troop -are nepw -
:, 1'f ted St&tu&ehuebie II over'and deer r '' ? hr 't, l tW1 1 1J !l i'd 1finist 1 r ,TNasli: t*

:' cUred: to be in force in"d itoryof Utah; \ -. : ', 1of, r fi4'rhl t ',1t'I t '1 ft l \\t "l l'{ l1rg 101 \ u. ( }XFlt'JfRalS .nil' ompet hl'hau1ds ,If I :fftt mut l.l .smt our e r 1 I1OY savage e41tmjes.fcdA j laid'do AJ.,36.aoGo".etrio i

t- co far as the same or ision' thereuf the cbohjhing. ;... t. 'l"&J ... .... ..,Y; !r B f M, ftff\t\. { lT }tt t! i-rrk.rrl1,11- fC! t 3t'Jll( mlt] and,t.-.P dost lj t what.iH vr it$ p.t, we IL'e: f.1 ,Qf'e eQrg& ghiuowp4 to n

be aplitabe; ;_. Let s : ,_ ;an 1. $.., verl an now! Yer much 4q:8kcs: 1' L 1l.r may lIa.ye\.a a3&3d.nare tqb :
I may .t i.let 1JI IU jl: cA," oN-1f the right insist on .theif?reitbW.Efli t <:S5enmeasures cmrous dihU ol1
:t Approved SepterabeSpsa&er 4 0. ., tIBB < Upholder ofthi' 'Sub t1f,1lSa f !d"l aout. f ern nan t f J I 't.. P'IIO acbtU'eIle'if't" 1\be'l)i d Jij' isloulabaikjed ftOvinoYelhemfithwltb'or .. g V ..yrfqu.lre4)qi'l1aCem1vemton.
4' '1..1 Vb I I
3 ROW 14 ,, :Jleuntativu. VTMAH !in* ; i >jLli fifuc Lijirri. JAf vfr) 51"Etiite how' 1. lrea 'tfiheh M rmon : lwithdutQntJtC detay.J -
UniOUj. v. IsADCtLiLt) ftlul m g8TjOT COTntyJetjOVproV t IS w ethej shll..e'ect' 8 u y..titti tb& N' Tt't ,
oftiu Haust I < -i I 'M '4 i.L8"I: r.i suit 1 t A! idtre ddt 1'f.t1h t..B stcrf' Tr tJeUlt, Plteatytpulsons- t'e'enforced 'i15
J r .by'out:. .zeat.. d1i jnu ,ta.. pj .. or LaDeI-wnener. we jnau oaveA S l. pAA... t b1, pl1n iviav' .ojioh.i;
KING .
.t ; WILLS '.1 ''/ tvrr wu' h.u. jrfV7i'i V*i7TiU-rT feayrflfiat qUite *lirgft H umber have bet nln:' Thtfy'kYe agree*toMnigfcto \V.it*ftd Ibe I' c
President t oar people still longer dcm .gaardianhip. Democratic or Whij) ;f gll &tare. By Jhetdffiicsioa movar.Tbe .
cf pro Zempore.t iMrduced at the Salt Lake;by the Southern Government pledged to their r Look out, voters, on the day of
JilL D 'ILLMDRE.l I of Southern men of all parties, no disciples of Joe Smith. people of Florida cannot consent to election .


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MR. 111LEE .lND'flJ..' Lt4F ft t GREATfR1hetroiig..l.l.LJOJUn01'if,t i eoBI calculations about the 1'alu.o t1t' 1 .E-"UYJlna-. ." 'New iIIt' }

'.;rIpAT1:1w1: C.. t., : ;' : ,I''1'e"presen. iumnn r Jad'ge ' "- Goods V5f""i f*!**New* Goods f !! .'-.i'iit

thrfoltaeringeextract fi' tb Vash, ii1fi. N, i.1l fflo.ther,.?'lumn, in'\1'pPo. of i line of conduct SQ welltalcnfeteito'weaken, ittsobstance.theJollowjnrprofisionsti.41 ; fTIHE SnbsetfSer r 'r.tW11'ik tim. I Ii ;
By pub- .
lb' tOng ttbe {olhdan oYTeae \\ ties/* -"- c.w. ,* <>.t j.t Iu .
; foposi\fo & i '*,-' he: i "
ington correspondence 'of the hfl8i Iphia ; contrasted wif. the reuonlS'1)tferedYt ... 1'r .. \ For the appointment of commias'iop y by general!&alortment.r.f generally that he has now., on. :.hand a iit

North AmercauitwU11c : i1jt t( ajor BEARD against' it. ...'We also\ copy : T. CHl'llo f o) N1Sn iG.odf ''I T they frltor ohed sWs-Coart5 whose Aitjr it shall"IbexStates.;:and > READY-MADE '*CLOTHING, I .

J. WalketvSeerrtaryoLMr. .thcT 144. .UDJ f. an extract of a lett from Senator CLIMEHS;' :We.uind thefoitowingeation'from I 1J igrufifaru\communi. the demands-andlev ganPceestq fcestoxhear the mld. up to hi|order and of the best material. j! t

PoK/paa &&'Se.natOtYul f.. ij t'feed.u.m. .oAialamainrup.port! 1 .of Mjj. BtRaiF.N's urAn EatiifXfrQQ'iMan," in the 1aiman1a.of fdgftire slaves their"appjre: Jb.rtyle or cuttinz cannot be surpassed. The : j.1 _
TlfkV How dealrtufe./of rtCt.ln eompari- :ngftRta! Consaitutiprrali8t.w doubtless thereafftlund stuck consists in part oft

'JarSe; %Of ithba4 t8': eoa.with the decla.rat.ios'ftbo two .is. reds like him ib' igta"ho "wii| "hension'it" Vommisi1rgnhalI; : il'T'afpdinf%h *assistants h J BlalsFcToiTi. fmVeoatt;' *' : r Governor of tht Stat! f ,' .!bri ;.j

been twke'disallowed undera czpenu.1 tinjuished SttoJ'Ir, following! not rally under the banner .ok,Disunjon orSgeenion tfeum..tbeit)1uties *, ** '," office and dress coals; I BytbW ifERES.U it'required aw4at .a J- ,
tracU:from and who wiH' *% in ,th- comatieti, and 4d Figured eas ia ere and tweed costs; election be held iathwi t" st Int "
Talalraraee. ,
administration i the cl f4r\t'hieb : : ; !-, "uppo.t no man
eratic .m i hail alL plithera have rawer to'; summon : flatu and. figured fancy cassimere Monday in October aeit Cora R Pb' ,
n3.it ''Th'lin Tet'it is1li.ooM! ii the 'who! in favor of secession"}C"Q; The writer '* .1 ,.. aa pants; i I.54
twice the the comilaiiu ; tests lie Lands to add four b.
had been rejected by vat-" \ *!* posse' to their aid*? jean and ; _
'\ Democrats are striving to defeat CABELL. W-v. +*>' ,f iTestimony'of v i Black satin and cloth do; cesttr shall be elected and qtUlifieVI .1 j .' I
is Ga'.phinisra: to perfect ,.:;, ori- That press statein'alate attack uponMr: : 1 *Mr. F.ditor-If such.seftliments"jjI'1 a? hare ? claimant'or.agent' >to be With a.'fine ,assortment of .hiU and colored I It is (Am/orf onto**,That the' I .- -
facie evidence'against the
prima tit
ginated in Florida, topj tienci )1ju1ee'sgrent ., C. for his Texas boon lately;appeared in thaTolnnibas. 'Times ana I whose evidence is dot to be.taken.and-1ag s. i shirts. held throughoat the State,o* th d ftiIn' .. '..
it. The ext Pet dary bill, thai the se not, Macon Tribune upona Those in want.of. the above articles may rest day in October neiL aocOrdlnf I&, w J
interest in etllt 1y Co'lpto onlysurrenders are to be gad as he hearing before anykmag"istrtcte 4 I1&4. We to the all the territory sentiments of the Southern in S. Ubuahment in Seal of the tate Of rid. a 1M
forth the origin, partiim \ Rights. the (peace U. Judge commissioner or assistant the'cityj;'as I am determined that ] '
thatiere onden! in in dispute, but actually takes away from Georgia-I mean suchu.articles as "Tttr. upon the testimony of-the- claimantor no one shall undersell me in an article of the tanMWM. [Seal] CaPJ.t in Tailahaa. 'a lA, .!
are not surprised .an Texas enough of to'make two GEORGIA CoNTENTION SECESSION "all1e. A. D. ISSO, I" ; .
THE the .
heterritr agent fugitive is to be delivered, -'
Florida who are anxious to ::1 veDemocratC Free-soil"1 States. ; RDIEDy"-Then""ma\ the South exclaim, Persons hindering the execution of op.the P. DEWEES, THOMAS ) '
Goterno
Legislature to re-elect iscd1ent. 'By this bill (Texas bill) the South yieldsup "save me from my friends." Such senti- )Jaw, to be fined'$50iJ and imprisoned six.. Jacksonville :' Brick tore, Bay it. By the CiirrenMJr-Attest i ; T' y ,; I _

claim-getter: I i to the rapacious demands'of the free soil- ments are not, and in all prbbability 'nete'rwill months, and on conviction of trial of having Sept. 26, 1850. tf C.W.Dowszso, I r

My present purpose" ) Jlo.br: tjJ1eat. ers territory large enough for two large ''be, approved b'tlie people of the caused the escape of a fugitive, to .be fined Bounty Lauds and Penslchu.mIIEn Secretary of State. :M I '
States." State. For one, I j-epudiata, then)-and I.
tentior. of tHe public e ct. netII with $1,000, subject to recovery by law. Tallahassee July 16, 1550. I r. ". ''
have been an eailyand-devotid friend to the 4,1 :
the history of,the:Tan Buren dminiSt1tIOn And again : It provided that'when a 'marshal or demned, having made arrangementi JacLaas'vlll. cI&apLRDfl'ITWS
Nashville Convention the line of
which furnish niijhI 36 deg dep'uties'permit!! the, escapeof a fugitive \v-wilh a competent Agent in the City of I JO
V/Jt for Mr. -
was ennngh that his I
lot Clbel 30 min. to the Pacific-and in favor of just from their4 possession, they shallbe amenable Washington, are now prepared to take Powers of .
in which bus'ssascon. .
into the manner instituents with }he whole should such action 'as fifth conclusion In Attorney for the collection of Bounty Land BRICKS .DW. '
your lo the value of the
your ,slave and for 'default
ducted in those daysjand an I Iist7onef all the derived from ; Claims and Pensions, and win gire their strict Bay 8trcU 41 ".. '
of the' the'lSaab-
territory oqt
of-the i 4kh'ii paper 17th"points of dutyia his capture amenable to a fine of attention to the same. TIC SUBSCRIBER would, p.sfly be',
the sincerity nrpfessiranow Mexico at the their blood and }
expense ville line has been'dJsregarJedr $1,000. Address: t the citizens of Jacksi Lll. 1.4 .
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so liberally indulgca) jrfl a1iti a1 treasure-that every foot of it should be "Fifth. That the true policy for the Southern It will he noticed that the bill differs tromthe' MCQUEEN MCINTOSH, rounding country, that Ike ope itablitlbblent.it6avie" "so'' ,

object is to be served. J I I given to the'North ; he must throw into the States is for them to direct their Uself I. sIv'soas I ;
so energies -
ct of,1793 Jacksonville, E: Fla.
int.the: important particular .
for ol Err Ci41hCq r rates,;1ietbg that a "imunbis ua1$bSIUI
claim Jhe estate
: I
A about third of the State of
bargain one their resource and pursuits; to '
CHAS. W. lie
ot l 819 I los. that Instead of lea'vingthe enforcement of the DOWNING. than a slow shilluig. laM i'vgi 1 u4 Ia f
under the treatyVitliSpam or Texas !" make themselves! 'wholly' independent df the constitutional provision concerning the reclamation Capitol, Tallahassee, 1!. Flo. constantly receiving the MOST it 'O".LII as4 ',;
Florida tlr ,. I ,
ses in East during ye4 1813ffeasury LATEST STILE of yah*. an. tP5. Drr "
And 50 similar.are these expressions to non-slaveholding States. and: that our State of fugitives f horn labor to the State September 26,1800.bo .
'submitted tot I t Oood*, to wit- -
and 1813, 'was ie' the'terms of opposition of the Northern Free Legislatures should ep shape their legislationas authorities, it commits i execution' 'of the News Ancient City, and 0c&1a'Atpa { j isJ 4

Department in 1638, upon an i *aril of$1 2; I Soil'prees that we might give color to a to effect this great object." law rto'the hands of commissioners appointd copy tin forbid. ,I English and American Print? a.lNns .' ", ;j

100 madebyU. S. District Juc( e RfeM I, be charge of plagiarism! against the Floridian I will not rally! under the banner of Disu4 under the authority of the United btates. Charabrays; White and Color f1nS
whom application for !\ 28,7:2): was Fifty Dollars Reward Mnslins Linen wni
fore an \ and Journal. nion or Secc.ssi9n-and as t position has of lhe"bill' EmbroIdered } 2. ;
filed, and the testimony safe lined! This __ _uu ______ r been BO often assumed and so recklessly Theprovisions are quite strin WILL BE PAID for my negro man Hamp Silk Tissue and Bareze; L.C. 1 Ddnkb.er" 'II
claim originated in alleged los: s cfj, roper- : Launch OH the St. John1 determined gent. ., and his wife Nanny with their 5 Silk and Cotton Handkerchief 4!I -
published, Lain, further to sup* children. \
ty of various descriptions iue: ding fin item Th? steamer Oca of which a notice was port no man for the Convention, who is in EX-MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ELECTED TO alone. The or Twenty.Five above negroes Dollars disappeared for Hampton front Pa- Cotton Glon'l; Lisle. Spun 5i il '. n.lSlk i.U De, '4
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of 'limaica White Hose
of $10,260, for 57 puncheon communicated last, "was launched atPilatka favor of secession from the Union, and opposed THE LEGISLATCRK.-Seven ex-members of latka on :Monday night last, very mysteriously. ored ; -5i
Rum, of 120 gallons each, at $ .50 per ga- ..they have a large connection in Jacksonville .a Half"1o; I
on the 18th inst. This is the first to leaving the action 4f the Convention Congress have been elected members of the I
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of for the loss of I feel assured they have made fur that Brown and -
another $5000
Ion. and place Shirtings Sheeting- ,
steamer ever built in our waters, and is the to the final ratification olAN the people. Legislature of this State, namelvy WilliamB. where they be harbored for of .
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-allonj each may any length Bleached
qfc'lOO
50 hogshe ds of rum, result of the public spirit and enterprise of EARLY!36 30 MAN. Shepard in Pasquotank, William H. time or they may have been secreted on board j i

at $1 per gallon. When this c. e wexan. Messrs. Rosignol and Munroe, of Pilatka. I Washington in Craveu, Weldon N. Edwardsin some outward bound vesseL Hampton has a I Irish Linens Silk Cravats; Co ret1.j;

inel by the officers of the T 'a urf,a decree She is intended to ply on the Oclawaha, bet From the Savannah Rep bltca". Warren, Green W. Caldwell in Mecklen pass, only intended for Saturday night last, Table Damasks; Scotch Diaper
made frs the rariouslosses which no doubt he will attempt to use. placed Swiss and Cambric Muslins ; i J. -
75
of $5.393 was Important Grand Jury Prji-ieiitmeiit on ; i
of
trim
Pilatka Ocala-is and Hartford
and in
twern a burg, Kenneth Rayner Romu- in safe the reward be" '
any jail, will "
including S2,500'of therein t.f $5000 the Slavery QUes1on.We i upon proof Bar'd Do.: Striped Do.} '
beautiful model! and reflects credit lus Saunders Wake and James
great M. in C. paid. F. W. SAMS.
already stated. The agents uflthe. ;claimants} upon her enterprising projectors arid owners. extract from the Columbus Enquirer Dobbin in Cumberland. The first four are Palatka, E F, September 17, 1850. White and Colored Berlin Co \11; --
tike sanction of the ) to of the Grand of Hard Trimmings of every !: ; ; ,:
obtained Wi-pamnent A few more such public spirited men in our the presentments !{Jury elected to the Senate, the other three to the sept 36-tf [ In "
French Extracts
take further testimony beforf the District mitlfet and the St. John's and its tributariesAvould county, in tb State; on the fDportant.ub- Commons. Messrs. Cologne ; !1
Shepard, Washington, "
Judge, for the purpose of e.&blihing the ect of incendiary publications and the admission Notice. i Pearl, Gilt aid Bone Button; if .
destined
become what
soon they were Messrs. Edwards
and Rayner, are Whigs, L
ownership of ljeihcer in the V puncheons by nature to be, the broad highways of com of California. It is a direct voice Saunders, Dobbin, and Caldwell, are Demo- N otce is hereby aiven, that sIx weeks from Ami Lee's Spool Cottoni]'1 : t"t"Coal'
whichlems have date shall apply to the Judge of I'roLate of I Netting ,
of rum-an allegation! o and prosperity. This steamer will; from the people themselves: ; Chronicle sqult ; :
mere crats.Wilmington Dual County for letters or Administration on the and Edging S3 :lii,
That laid Fringe Gimps, ,
been J puted. tertini4jy'< was }
open} up to the facilities of trade one of therichest But we wish to bring to th considerationof estate of David Silcoz,deceased
before Secretary Woodbury, \5Jio tnfcde the and most flourishing portions of our fellow-citizens and th people of the MARRED, at Columbus, Fla., on the 22d JAMES HAMMOND. With every variety of Goods ijtual!liepi (ida I

allowance of $8,39375 decision.; but 1&r! Jccliued;,.. toreblew Floiida, and we have no doubt the peopleof State, a suhjett of-more v al importance instant, Major WILLIAM H. WATSOX, of Madison Sept. 19, 1850. 6w. chase Dry will Good3 do Store.well to call Persons and eifcfiine Wirting$o to>thera-par-
the former Mi&i LACY A. HAEDEK.ArrtraU .
Marion will meet with liberal than any we have heretofor mentioned. to delve. 1 ,i t a
patronage shall!
weeks after date I
Under this state of facts, thparti t es Fub- to commendable an enterprise, and bestow '\'e congratulate ourselves upon the evidences .j..JOTICE.-Sjx to the lion. Judge of Probate of Columbia apply WILLIAM: P. !qE .

muted a claim to Congress for .23O beingthe upon' the gentlemen to whom they are indebted of general prO< nty, manifest at the JaeksonrUU Hotel. county, for letters of administration on the 18, 1850. JYii IES.April

moiety of the $ OOO itemVupon; which a return of favor to which they are throughout our country, anl jion l such observance estate of Nathaniel M. Pease, deceased. All t -
Secretary WooJbury'b decree haJ! been Sept. 21th.-C E Ryan. White Springs, Fla.; persons interested are desired to take notice. I' I
richly entitled. The Oclawaha. we un- of the. laws as has caved us the Notice. IHNOTICE \
I A I' 0 St thD
made alter an examination: ?jf the whole F Gould ZyLttrc, Augwtine. THEOPH. WILLIAMS.
oit .ed jn the derstand require some work in removing necessity of acting upon any ,flagrant violation S W TallahlU.e; H n Sadler Duval c,; Alligator, Sept. 15, 1 850-1 9-t IS HEREBY Gnfrlaa lit
bill alkeri
case. A originally : obstructions to render its navigation; : easy thereof. In.the midst of this prosperitywe F T I P Santmyre, Empire Jtfilla J NReercs from date 1 shall applj\ to tjl* Jodf

House of Kepiesentaiues.4 > int nJuceJ and cmnM'i"u., a'd the people: interested however have occasion to regret the occasional Atigasta. Gn; J Hount and referred to the conrmttee 'if Chums! in of Win Austin, A'aranuali. Oct. 1-Mrs Taylorand I ration on the estate of John |. Wd. d.- '
in the FUCCCS of the undertaking 3Ies. rs.Rosignol exhibition on the part of some of '
the Senate ai.d on the 26th'of January, son, Picolata, Spencer Brooks, Marion co JACKSONVILLE, FLA.; cea* d. HENRY D. W OLLND.
and Munroe, could not better exhibit our own immediate fellow-citizens, as wellas Sept. 5, ,. \
1M43' Mr. Graham, the pref.t Secretaryof their approbation than by contributingtheir others throughout our State, of extreme Store corner of Bay and Ocean streets. 1j'I

the Navy- reported it back, |uh a recommendation assistance in clearing the river. The political ,violence, looking as they do to a The friends of Capt AVllllam B. Rosa of ARK now in receipt of their extensive assort Notice L I ,|' ,
that it ought r.ct to ttt s. On the Colombia him candidatefor of Dry tiood,ProvlftlouB,Boot,
or labor to each planter would be dissolution of this Union, or a secession county announce as a HEREBY that app&atioawffl[ \
ixpene given
#
30h of January it was On recoma tbebih!tied ef f to Feb-the comparative! triflins, and the aggregate fiom it, a. a remedy for wrongs existing and Brigadier General of the Thisd Brigade of hues of a tc.general, Fancy character.Article.It and will Merchandise be, when- IS made to the General Assembljj of tie SUle

Committee on Claims. good t their section of country incalculablygreat. anticipated. This body is constrained to Florida Militia at. the approaching election in completed, one of the best and largest stock ever of Florida at its neit session for:at ctJrtT ineor'puration. '

ruary. Mr. Graham aain repoiteJ it, vuh believe that no existing cause would justifya October next, to fill the vacancy occasian by introduced into the Jacksonville market. They of a Plank or arti/Satf; Ko 4 from -
recommeudation that the bill >uht, not to some point on the Atlantic or ,tf. J.. vitf
a invite the attention of the old friends and cn-itom- .
resort to this extreme measure, and to the removal of Brigadier General 1'eden from the *
Madison court House, to Tallahaaae.
..; and on the first of March : was takenup CurrcfponJcnce the Tallahassee ScL isle!. ers of Mr. KIEL, and also of the firm of KIEL .
!J'a Cf look such be I
to 12th jT ?
upon resort as only justified State. fcept 1:50. ; 1
STEPHENS since its aLe
& tence.
They
u
hick it
and.po&tpone J indefinitely, } gave 1.0ILTOS COUNTT, Sept. 17,1850. when every other remedy has been exhausted commend their new, handsome and extensive -. ___- ,._ _
Mr. WooJburv nJ Mr. \\ aI-
tile quietus. ; I Jllr. Editor:-David S. Walker has beenin In this conviction this body feels impe- The friend of Major Kliigsly U. Clbbe, of stock to the notice and patronage of the citizens Notice: } t '

Lcr were both members ot.the! ,fenat.e'at. the the habit of attending our court here riously called upon to deprecate in most un. DuTul him candidate for in general of the city, county, and adjoiiiiag NOTICE is hereby given, That' eat.ima
time. .i county announce aa a counties. PersonsJroin Nassau, Columbia, ko., m de to the next Gci 'w..bl, ,
such i, running the history twice a year for the last twelve years, and qualified terms the publications in the Brigadier General of the Fourth Brigate of Flor- who may desire to make their purchases at this of the State or .'lorida, for the paa.ge elan Act
a revie(1 lit during the whole of that time has been regarded "Southern Pres*," and other Southern newspapers ida Militia at the approaching election in October market;would find it to their advantage to examine to "inrornorafST. JOHITS BINARY
of the bill in ; was emphatically by us all pot only as a mau of talent, of a certain tie ci iptioi: of documents this Stock, in which they will find every article OF LEARNIXG at Madison -&RrS-n... .
next to fill the occasioned tho
Yet i id! the face of by L
condemned. vacancy
pre- 18SO. W
but also a* a man remaikahle for the mildness the circulation and publication of which is in demand in the country and which will be July, :
thit. action with the that Secretary motion Brigadier General Hopkins. sold on accommodating term We design keeping
Woodbury Lad knowledg'Jt4 review his of his manners, the kindness of his rightly made highly penal, capitally so by up a constant supply of all article in general Jackson Villa FemalaMISS 1fflutL*.. .

after iutnll.uction of, additional I feeling; and the moderation, fairness and our penal code. We willingly acquit those! The frienjj of'luldore V. Garnle unite in use. Our present stock consists of a ut.L'H! dfd _
decree the -
farther justice of his course towards his political ill our community and State engaged in this 'I assortment of Dry-Good*far Lads and Gentltmen's SWART will re-open tin SCHOOL 4
testimony, and with the 'know- I He has quite as persona! fearful work of the criminal intent, contemplated presenting him as a candidate for the office of I VM, consisting of Muslins, Silks, Berages, Monday, the 16th dayji*September. _
leJge that tie himself bad partieipaled! in the opponents. many the!code but their intent cannot Clerk of the Court Dun county at the ensuing Calicoes,Ginghams,Laces Gaiters Slippers,lie., The Scholastic Year id to consi4of1artecg
proceedings of the Seuate, uhei.! the Dill uae j friends among the Democrats as theVhig!, by ; elect ion, ftfid will cordially gin him their sup with every description of material for Coats of eleven weeks each.
Mr Walker and we Lave been till alike astonished at the ntluence or control the fearful consequences Pants, Vests, fcc.,which will be made up to order Spelling, Reading, Defining} jUrritof, aad -
re-oltened
Secretary
rejected, 1 I violent and ungentlemanly attacks upon. which mar result from such publications. port. sept 19-td besides a large_ assortment of ready made Clothing! Arithmetic per term, $-. Ihi r-aboite. wita _
the claim, and on the 31st of jaugus t, 184G, him by the Floridian Journal. Some of Having[ nothing to conceal, J lest we may be -- fitting to all uses and 01 the latest styles. Uur English Grammar, CompositIdn,ttdGe{frapby.
paid to the Hon. D. L. Yulee # ,500'a8 the t such Take Notice. stock of Groceries is also one of the best and we per term, $5. The shore wot| th* .aigaW -
iced Attorney of the Adininiotifeor of Pellicer's the people here near the Sprinss know obscure, or misunderstood, we allude to again invite the community call and examine I I branched of an English education jimbrtaittg.-

Ebtate. Perhaps the Lociifoco fact which may account unprecedented publications as the proceedings of a certain OFFICE or SECRETARY OF STATE, ) fur themselves. We have also en band an exten I dent and modem military, natorat, nwsul. aad a.

presses t course-It is this: that the editors of meeting or convention lately held at a place Tailithauee,Sept. 27, 1350. SmilE si assortment perfumery,cosmetics,and toilet moral Philosophy, Botany Chemijyy i GeotouAJltrl1Domy

which have been so prodical i lujtheir denun- that paper, with a few others, have bioughtout called Cazenovia in the State of New York. following amendment to the Constitution, articles. Rhetoric Logic, aed;frl..eee; .;' I

c.ation will gratify the pubhfc with some Mr. the We fftel at liberty to appeal to the Southern JL tusked at the last session of the General Assembly KIEL & STEPHENS" Christianity,per term, $6. An tloa&leha-g.
explanation: ol this extraoid.naifr; transaction Papy against general expectation and Ocean will be made for French, 'ainting..o4 Stawiag.b .
; I abstain is no win full force and effect, and the 1mspectors Corner of Bay streets -
of the Democratic and and Southern to
aud when they! have done that, [we shall beprepared party now hopeto papers speakers ofthe Elections to be holden on the first 5 850.-tf Jacksonville, Fla.Daval Each quarter to be paid in adranc 1.
Sept. .
to furnish them with I few sustain him by the detraction and abuseof from such publications, and public comments Monday of October next, will bo governed there- Applications for admission m% iaad to
.. more hjs honorable opponent. I am going to thereon. and earnestly recommend our own \le! '. J. M. Daniel, A. M. P"- ChH.D.IN _
ot tiie fiaiue son," as tbe raz< strop man by'C. Sheriff' Sale. Holland Rev. I. Swartor to thai< oipt.L
tome facts which the Floridian immediate fellow-citizens to suppress them W. DOWNING. County
would ate & Jackbonville 15 18( i .
&' dare not deny-they are as follows : wherever found. We do this because they Secretary of State. I 'WILL expose for sale, in front of the Coart Aug. .2-.; : .

Don'tWhy I .i.rr.iosa4e.f- At the Suwannee Convention, Col. Blackburn I are not only in direct violation of the law, House door in the town of Jacksonville bet.een'tbe oa CIRCUIT COlfl I '
in October next
moved that they should nominate or I but can be productive of evil and only evil. AN ACT: *o to amend the Constitution of this the first Monday 4Oi)2A.) 1
should the people of Firida be com- usual hours of sale, the following property, vis: EL-fSTElLV CIRCUIT 01' j
State to extend to all free white mate inhabitant
that We have other to mentiQn before as -
have
"an understanding Benjamin ByrJ. one point All of Samuel Turner's interest in two house
pelled to abauduu all S being citizens of the United States, COUNTY OF DCVAL IN Cj Xxcxiir. _
ptevu pUlitio _
I ol Leon county, should be the candidate for dismissing the subject. We decidedly disapprobate frames on L"t No. I, in Square No. I); bounded I
who Mhallhave
within this
resided State
contradict themselves and ej t their own one \ti\ '
Lot No. in Julia E Ladd i
the North by 4 Sqaare.Xo.20. on
last oa I
j I Mr. Byrd was and was the course pursued by our the elective franchise. 1h41
words! What has been our d trine on the ReiFer. present year, the East by Lot No. 2 in said square No. 20,oo i vs.Nathan f Bill y *.-
slavery question! In July, 18)7, the reopIe I he would consent to run. He answered Legislature, in making provision for callinga SECTION 1. Be tt enafttd t>y the Senate and the South by Monroe street, and ou the West by i B. Ladd. ) ,., ?1 1IT : -

of tbe populous and wcaltl of in the affirmative. It was thoughtbest State Convention in the event Californiais Jtoun of Repretrntatiret nf the Slate of Florida Ocean street. i appearing to the Rti faetid'liGr thf'Court,

held coanty not to nOmi'lae a .candidate for Register admitted into the Union as a State. We in General Atttmbly eoneened, That the first Also, all his interest in Lot Xo.4 in Square Xo. by affidavit filed that the Dctodantjip the
,Madison a gtcat public feeling, independent 1 but convention broke up, and the do not believe such an act on the part of clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be 20; bounded on the North by Duval street on the above entitled cause resides 'edt of.the ptate of _
of party to fix upo| a ..common members with be sufficient diseolve so amended a*follows, vii : Every free white male East by Lot No. Sin Square No.20,on the Southby Florida, and beyond the jurWietid$ tt&,Coarti
went home to
to
ground of union upon the slavery question.And a general expectatioi'lhnl Congress ground person of the age of twenty-one years and upward Lot'No. 1 in said square, and on the West by therefore, on motion of said CPWact* bj _
what did they fix | Read and I Mr. Byrd would te announcedand the Union, nor do we believe in the past *, and who shall be. at the time of offering Ocean street. Griswold Bryant, Esqs., her Sol.Itor i : _
shall apon receive. the support of the Democratic movement of those who have advocatedand to vote, a eit len of the United State*, and who Also, all his interest In Lot No. 1 in SquareNo It it Ordered, That sHid DefEnd t alJP.t r aD4
you tee,: enactinitof party.- advanced the holding the Nashville shall hare resided and had his habitation, riftmi- 10; bounded on the North by Lot No. 4 in answer the Bin of Complaint of aid IDaD"

"Rexoloed, That the any law The astonishment of Democrat' Convention. We hold that had oil, home, and place permanent abode J in Flori- Square No. 10, on the Cast by Lot No. 2 in said within three months or the same uj1b.u.tea.
(by Congress) winch should duettly or b : many was : Congress da for one year next preceding: tho election at Square No. 10, on the South by Sllf..reet., and confused agaiast him. .,1 ;
; ] great when, instead of Mr. Papywas committed no act authorizing the holding of which he shall who shall at
its effect 'the citizens'If the lrB'rda offer to vote, and on the West by Ocean street. It u further Ordered That a ece otU4. Or
; deprive j State: announce!. It cn ) accounted said Convention. that the power of legisla. such time ,and for six month immediately preceding Levied upon as the property of Samuel Turner, der duly certified by the Clerk
nf this Utiiwu, from emigratu with thei r Joe in this way. The editors of the Floridian tion upon the subject belongs to Congress said time have bad his habitation domicil, and will be sold to satisfy an attachment In favor published in some newspaper OftJIiI4.b..

JrolertyJnto-nny of the Terr toriet [of th< & Journal have presumed to set aside alone, having been granted by the Constitution home,and place permanent abode, in the county of Moody It Byrne property Minted out by Eastern Circuit of Florida once a 'eek..
United Stales will make such )L discnmina,. in which he may offer to vote, shall be deemed a Plaintiff] : JOHS G. SI1TH.8Jltlif lTely for three mont.hs.Ii i :
tion between the State and therefore ,. the,known will of the democratic party in of the United States; hence every move qualified voter at all elections under this Constitution By T. N. McCottaiCK, Dtp. zerej. THO. DOUGLA.1t .1dilg..
{ rould
; this matter, and to nominate Mananno D. ment in that way we regard as being revolutionary ,and none others; except in elections by Sept 6, laSO. 1m _
be a violation of the Const, O;;' Papy, because he happened to be their xrarm in its character; that the time for general ticket in the State or District prescribed I, LEWI* FLsar. Clerk of *& ,& .. _

Now, 36 30 does deprive us ?[ the powe r personal friend, instead of Benjamin Byrd. the people! to move, if they move at all, is by been law a,resident In which of the ease StKte, the one elector next must bare-!I Head Quarters, Order hereby made certify and the entered above of to record be a trt wsaidpafitkd* eojjfof; aa _

of emigrating; with our proper)Ii into plerhap! I do not think that the democratic party only when the Constitution ,has been violated the election and six months year within the preceding election I SECOND DIVISION F. M, cause in said Court, on the 29th da*of JU(y,A. _

four-fifths ot this territory-i does! maki will content to be led by the nose in this in a plain! and palpable manner. Until district in which he offers to vote a PILATJJI, &p&. 3d, 1S50 D, IQ. ;L rllierttoto" i a. _

.this ducruninolion, and it i ifr, thereiufi, i L way.By an examination of the Senate then we bold that we are most solemnly I Provided That no soldier, seaman, or ORDER, I -. Id Testimony hand, and Whereof affix the, t* said letI. _

violation of the Constitution. i journals, I think yon will find that Mr. bound, as good aud faithful citizens to observe marine, in.the regular army or nary of the No. 1. J JI. [ s.] Court.my ; _

But, again,says this meeting : : Walker voted for Mr. ByrJ in 1845- as and carry out every principie and United State, unless he were a qualified At Election Is hereby ordered LEWIS FLEMING \ _

Las Treasurer, and it il a fair presumption that measure that will perpetuate the Union.- elector of this State previous to his enlist- and will be held on the first Monday of October By I. V.GAI M'Fax t. 1 _
.Rudtd. a. ftuidau ruld the several election precincts in the
pie in our political creed, a peo; k i 19 prinatuimin;1: he .w uld not have oppoeJ him. Mr. Byrdmight As for ourselves we have sufficient'confidence -i mejit as such soldier, seaman, or marine in counties next, at of Columbia Alachua, Levy, Marion Jane (l. .. a' :t t1! _! .._ _

a constitutton, hate the 'ttoform .Tigb! Lave been elected without opposition, in the virtue, patriotism and intelligence the regular army or nary of the United Benton, and Hi borough, composing the Third 11.

and adopt the unconi I a was Major Beard. But Mr. Papy being of our Southern Senators and Representatives States or of the. revenue service shall be Brigade of Florida Militia for a Brigadier General Collector's Nfl ttcto f _
t tdkjc& the WILL the following tuMed patM af
tknik bed,folcvlated 10 governme xcure. Wuirtldjerty, ,,, a young man without incumbrauce.-, has not in Congress to.do us ample jnstict: considered a resident of the State in consequence of raid removal Brigade-Brigadier,to fill the General vacancyoocAlfonedbv P d.n from I Duval county attend for the mrpOM't f

prcptrrtYa1dlwpprltSl, and t! at, fn con :- the. eame claims tha1Mr. Byrd has, and if Then, we say, let the people wait until theyare of being stationed within; theiame.Oct his the command i And auo at the several election Taxes as follows At Col.John Brti ard* C'on
he does of informed those men that the South and 3.1t the 2dth day of August, 1830 ii tbl Cocrt
/ormity thereto other not get vote by precincts in the counties of Nassau. Dutal, St.
;jio coadili Ui0ipoi i ]I
by tbe federal Cui&utulion u >ei he must attribute it partly 'to the rights of the South are trampled upon, and John's, Putnam, Orange, St. Lucie, Dade, and House in the town Jacksonville,!en tb* 39th.3nth '
>n 'a state fie ton the Fourth Brigade of Florida and 31st days of August; atTt mat iae,a*
in order eidmttfd \\hichLa-vJias. been brought that we ought (looking to our interest) lo re- FASHIONABLE TAILORING. Monroe, composing 1 homas house ml _
h\t'itJ> ( i icto tb"ipulbnexcept | .Militia, for a Brigadier General of said Brigade, '1r. William ODJ i 24day WSeptember
that;its cdnstituUoa ebai: ieiifejoibli.can m.but more ta the. aSu-Ive course'of, the, ,iM the encroachments of the Federal Government. to fill the vacancy occasioned by the promotionof 1S50 at Clay Mr. r. C. _

and that f otle &Journal to.vafJshis opponent.i Until then, we.say, let us remainin Subscriber would, respectfully inform Brigadier General Hopkins. Prescott's store, on the 3d day of MA>Ur; at .,
imposition .I any: r j The Electlonto Black Creek. at Mr. S. B. Thompson i'* OM, .a j _
FAIR PLAY. adding as our mottolTuE INTEREST; citizen of Jacksonville and iU vicinity XI. The Inspectors of the
by CongreaTii-puW Lolouly W Ja VjoIaUoi : peace _
14 UKION that he baa taken the rooms formerly occupiedby be beld on that day for a Jtepre entativ. to the 4th and 5th days f September;h r 3f xuia.at '
01 the coBBUinikm hut in direct conflict witt or ThE SOUTH AND THE or THE where he intends Mr. C. S. Emery store, oa tht nit dy af ;
i jStoJor Oca. JacluonIr Col. Sanderson M a law office, Con-ress are hereby In@peetorllort.he _
the principle which bur pol, 'cIyEeu(\ : t Ban ane STATES. carrying.on the ,above business in which Election hereby sprinted will conduct the September aC St.Jolm'l Beach al is P4 OS .'1
rests." *- the 'Florida Republican1 of the 15tb be will endeavor io merit a> share of the public game and make returns thereof to the undersigned .on the 10th day of Sep&ember. ;', '.

Then Low ins.l.n: : charged.with the declaration that REJOICINGS ,AMONG THE DEMOCRACY or I patronage.',. lie 'will keep constantly on hand a according tolaw.. B. HOPKINS '.uis will be Cte but time tba& I t atu aM ""Iflee _
can we dissolve U Ii,U Broad Cloths, Gen. of the eounty for the purr oteeUeetIDI
on woa prefer a d.ssolution: of the Union to the at New Yorkof choice atsortrant.of flue French Sept. 6. Maj. Commanding. precincts ( t _
the : of NEXT YOHK.: receipt, for the 18SOL
California the tale
cause people hdeclined "e ltrci5e( Ibcpasage of the late bill : had Ca imeres Vestiiigs Trimmings, &o., which -_ --- r -r- year .t
now -no more, the that the measures reaSonable URIAH
this "unconditi.mal news peace
iight'.anj ooress ba will bo made to order m nrm"T t.l Eo1 Af'
lo'f'ctolale tit ConstUi lioJ&"I bj'rtquiring .. which was misnamed 'the compromise bill.' passed Congress, the Democracy, held a 1 terms. JOItJ IIFNRY.Jacksonvill DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT ._
-l1 acknowledge the and shall and adopted Oct. 3d, 1850. ** _
fired one hundred CHEMICALSj
anjttherconditiOnw.e Iceptthat heconbtttutiouVe'republicaal I.- meeting, guns. DRUGS, 1" _
justification.1'-Major I
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If: p1a Bed' letter enthusiastic resolutions glorifying Cass, NO. 73 VO/Ur STREET, .. ;

But the meeting resolved tlo In-and w e -t thepublc". dated Jacksonville, August Dickinson, Foote, Cobb, Clay and Webster. Jacksonville Hotel.rffVIE (REAR OF TilE COURT HOUSE,) TOCOUSTnV., DRt'QC1 D

beg you tb'rtadj. : thij1, i r s!lutiQ. ,ycry:'care t. I WP quote the following resolutions: i- Subscriber having become of this the well purchaser known SAVANNAH GEO. nflCU.&SX'S..'fDR.
j.Dfl'hat says Gea. Jackron would 'be of the and"sole ProprIetor. 3. N. HEELER fc BRO. t'
I the city
fully : Resolved That Democracy generally
; t.be.Juult of tbih "Jiteolution HOTEI respectfully informs the public solicit attention' tbeisb.f '1EnglW1.l"reneh.
.Ruollid. tt t;t i ::6t ti .j.J'r, Beam of the: Union"whichuMajor ; ot New York have heard with joy, and congratulate that he has added to the former hou.- twentyoddmore ,ALEXANDER OAUVOWAT, German, and AI4C.4!Drfln \ _
prefertf We i titd' their fellow-citizens uppn/the pasfcage.of -I comfortable rooms, with'overfive hundred bit thanks to hi friends for th. CbemicaU. Faints OK 1n.GlIIIIP'&ret ?.
whether
evil nut it dint whit A Medicines,
or a tuhj frornHPrestdent Jackson's Prodarn'ationTfn making RETURNS
with In frout and rear ,
front sine he
the bUll admntingCalifojnia)nto feet plaita has received commenced Perfumery, Patent MeoiirffittV: .-
Congrea has 710 ri"ht ortithbr4f J C4d1 d 1832 he "; it comfortable as Hotel 'in' the. South, would his r
Says i :'territorialgovernments' as any business It this city in 1832,and sUteto opened a New Store No.XMt ilbrke$1&
its interference wSh' our glorious .IJnion', an J"giving biw to accommodate over Having f ___
enable that kU .
Huifubject 11 1 whicnaow will the generally, during l FreA .
DnjfS.
and pUblic wpply : aD4l4di.ein !
*Th"e first line friends, with a fully "
of-separation would ,Mexico- and Utah ,. lli table will be .
: .t.'tI'.1 not tonNew one hundred and fifty per ou London and Scotland,he has acquired solicit deJcrt .
tLmrpatlon J'VOW ? and an nt ''l late TLrit to M,we respectfully country "U. ;
tC.'wh .-'J. :;, ,.t"; ,. "r; last tot a tingle generation' new tragmeniswou4 withoat! in either casethe.. usurpation by under the' superintendence of an experienced various improvements connected with amine our stock before punhaoite alsnaer,

rated." 1 ', peDpu, .. w..1 oAt r'w if..'r..'tC'. r;n-.e ,be tori ;)iewJeadeVwoald: sp'in Congress 'o'fthe; power to\ dictate'to the house-keeper himself be if shall the.North not b*;mailed by whose by aid any hefiaVters Hotd : DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING, promising one and all who may*M I mpasi4 I.
end this I the'Territories ; exteud to us their patronage to tall e&Ia _
: 1' in the South bola now enabled by, will enable him to give general .
Tbafst1e UU8 Joct.theifoctrine ,c l would soou be broken into domestic institutions which he trusts Drugs and Medicines on aa liberal rse a.as1 '. .
multitude
a of the nature or.character of,their team- omiuunlcauoD with Savannah and Charley to aU who mat please to.fi.vor him
satisfaction other house in the city and to fall 14u7.zseut. -
non-lnter.D aot)h. .!d&! sci1 J BraleV Without commerce;!:wttboot credit, whereby the strict construction ton; to hare the advantage of the fiaeAarkeU of \ i" -
prompt7
all entrusted
solve this Union Le ause can1; t'iII ,zc It jealousof on nother,armed for mutaaCa t the Constitution has been observed, the Viljnot'rtvi&4efeated thosijitiesla'; ; addition be has made,"rrange- "SSSffSSS** Dresses, Shawls fee., spatch.order &a.. '. '' {:P1 4. 1- _

interfere"1t 1i j'#Qhi iiX itb ;I T,'giealodawith'taxesto 'pay'arrnien i : th&doctrDe' qf 'non.nseircuuQ'esbliahed.fauaticLsLnuked- mauls in CO tloisLb.tb, UQtel.at. 11* aooommodation times-, cleaned and dyed various colors cleaned,so as to gi va good.< .'.On of the proprietors MiD, I P 1-
to furpisk fine berse* ajidfiarriases/a Table Cover or, dyed ,
36 30, aMr.cdnize if SOuth oZ: that line 1 and.Je er.r'b r'e --.1\-a agaJnit'.eacQj I ,other, of bis gue u. -i satisfaction be required. GentlemeD"rarm"DI renovated clan affords ample guarmntyw* their ofquality fi TasaI.'geua. __ __

How can Jido1tTi2 zi'en'iiqiuj 1< rrtitt for rIgQpQwe1sAaMt8dt: :rand,.trampled civil.war avoided,'and the Union.preservedJRetatvcd -. 'TbelMreaaing reputationwhich the dlimateofForidii -may la the same good rtyle m foWly,so w DOt to be w. of all article bt1'Uaercbaau told Dvggists'e mNut1 '
These rlJ tj ct6 l of ijarrassed s e* in tbe..4im Uon pf the.medical at the North, or dyed asmayqulred. respeetfulll
edaiJ tijUb"people t UpStiliy:the nations :'Europe,-'until! "> That we'particijlarijr-cojigratn., pose other $upi*>d by any done who,utsl -In1
of'Madison amI bumbled 'thifLI farfulty, for,the;cure'of 1 cbnsemptioaIfl4 ,LadlW'i boDIIc&:dyed h1aekt iel5bnaeJ, Family
xa4 witb'tOnBittA,1 'de .
County in '
ortlie'UuHirtjJPon'
meetitlj the .
; late| Democracy ast increase ___ _
disease/;bas Jbdocad iA a ptrior".Ie. .n 0 t :
oa the 17th July,.1847," as a. J rJI:;g based in spirit, they wouldJt>ejreadj'jgpu.V passage these biJlsDf 'l't'ti.( fb ii' pulmonary of travel h) this btata,during..the (aU and winter and cJ8&I1etl C&UetaW.aid preseed ,Glorei cleaned I after. the ( and PO.re--)' _

union between puhie the & .' 'W b.f wit to die a5&6Tute73ofnin o.i.tianydmli- principles have triumphed1b.iid anDtb-U.rhU moata rf ibo e who's ek the relief afforded by a most approved-London fashion.1 Wdret. _oftIaD1..m :

. should ifejiucLati dojtrinea$ ; tary advatum,sad.rtUd irJ'ii'berty bem Md el\i'1h' 1'r .exertion 011Io8 :jit-.JI.TSXKft has been appointed Agent for .
and above all. why hoald welre tj 8 r r. ib, iouatC J teru Union to be ditooiv d-becai4b"iCoa dn.Eei 'based .' eonstructiou tol tneCoBritBtion'rare ; ; toil reception and .liveryoftork in JacTtsonvill anti' J Drv! orW aV&294 r _
: look-en!tfj ,l'tiir"9} 1 Jney': party; ttpou strict biui wIthout reirnrdta :uipeelL.dt u '
will 1 .s"'bi b upoa I' ; the surrounding country. Terms.moderate;. ,. .
nut repudiate thaw ) l-Veeoeii ii Ida: let IIJL notJ* iitir0-.it/inijM* Ti hear 1'j.lt ria!. E. F.. Oct herll'lSGO.d ;titrisn. March:Ii : .f :, _
and Vi the r..a.ni'iii 1' ,
-* not "drtfldijiMUjriftetl people |.. ".. *t *:" r .o
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i THE FLOR iEPUBLIC.AN. If d :' 'Hadium 'Female Semi***?; > VA"' N'EXT.R n..YT' .,Zl
A AOIlNC. : HOUSE."FLORIDA. .",.cur,,.. (.
a I MADISON COURT '
IS PtTBLlSHtlJackaonTllle. ( aa..of5thf &'f.L'.< '
WASHINGTON .
,EVERY THURSDAY. AT FOR CLAIMS AT .< ', .' -
.. I YalCou"t .E..I..,by < ; ."t-' '. L;' ; ::;i iP t QVABT! BOTTtES '. W. I.. nABTtOJT S A. MuiitcIPAL.S S sea bk mae is 4P .$ .ekeiZ! "gtII

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orT.wasssd .
coLU1n1..Dnrr] WILLIAM '. KENNAUGH. ; .< nrtHIS 7 INSTITUTION" under,the ear*of Mr.: r1lJratw.tf h ii docile.aii( )

i. t .-Three ) } per for th. reception of Pupil on the second
upon ordering the T r.f;,.;..'' :, mitlnuos to give Ms prompt attention to the nrrnngciuent Moada11D January last. ,ui die tSi.1 V JM. .rDr..a.ti'If i,

;: Subscriptions, if t fd before the'expir&ti iTERMS. and prosecution of claims before Con- .from a knowledge of Mr. and bin. altI n', ,sep...C.Itg, d1sM. Wa1 kt U iac.iTmto ts m % .,,

".i '. oftneyeayarethaAdvertisements flj4... gicss or any of the Ezee.tire Departmci U.- \\J7AND FORTHE cURE OF110vU1. ample superior and qualifications satisfactory testimonials, M .n u of from their the former most saissihi.lsi tot the OtJKj LWJC I.pKIQUML VeMM deceivO',OLD and Vr.TemeeaTs panss.tf1fIi i.It

.' ,, wf be',interled at the following Claims arising from the Itetolotiona.ryFIori'da, ., success, the Trustee of this Seminary embrace BaMsLflla; fevto Suit" 0 'CXf BTtw : '

.: '. One Dollar! fir square (of twelve lines) for: or Mexican wars; Invalid Retot tionary, Halt .,* UVfRC .p.1. the opportunity of recommending it to the consideration .hIISIaIIJJeUSI f ana*, sad Us,slpavawV .

first yevciiWr-FiJrc Cents for' subs Widows'. Pensions Naval 1IA1111f flONON, of parents and guardians who may be de- .__ '
Army ,
: : and every pay, or ; or : thor J .
"CI" flOH. : sirens of firing their daughters or wards .letJ ,
: 1 : "
qnent insertion. T* j early Advertisers a liberal Botllt11llTld or Scrip, under law of Feb 11, o, !. ", : out n and refined education. J 11 -

I. discount will be iiMfte. All transient Advcrticc- 1847,or Aogasf 10, 1'SIS; Arrearages of ftrj and ,." ." ,! 'A4i r // ALrc, ,, f.. .' This Institution.located in the immediate Helnity ''I lU.wfctfk '.5

: ments (except by pcfsonii having arnnning account Mileage due returning Volunteers; Chins for 0',.'. ."Iv.c ..-. "..o.,. 9'S .. ot the Tillage Madison Court towns House in,one the ._ -i5.i& j. : ita
of Lb. most delightful and healthy
with the office) inusjjbe paid for previous to publi Horses lost and other Property destroyed;'Expenses .dL ,fI" SEPaL:?).. 'r,4' Southern country, baring a population of high ,. Vs ""

cation. ? incurred by Volunteers before being mug'tercd e- _., ,.4 I moral and intellectual culture equal to any in the
.
_
: '. Perrons at a this Institution the whole course of instruction >
:.: for the following rates: ters and Teamsters' claims; Mar nes', sailors', ; will be thorough; and the pupils will not be ,

One Ild\"crtilit-- ) published 1':% months &e.. &oHaving THIS Medieiae has acquired l a tery ft- permitted to pass over any study without an intimate : .

7 and esttbllthed replltatloa1I.reYlf with it. This will be especially ',.
H to- I i 91000 all the forms necessary for a proper acquaintance
{ bat &eft n ea\ band entirety on its own mentv, the case with the exceedingly important subject
Two squares, for 4x months, 15 00 presentation of claims, together with the rules f.d'whtet Its Nfl t elffeacy has alo. sustained. Tav un of Mathematics, in the different branches, of S

Notices to dcbtoi if and creditor, 10 (00 ail regulations governing the different Departments I. I! If fortoaitr Tietinv tit ftereduwfy disease. with swollen glaads. ea- which pupils will be thoroughly drilled and required _

; Application for letters ofallminiiltratioil'; 5 00 he is prepared to undertake all claims, of 'J/J/ sinews, and belie half earioflt, has been restored to heallk to give the reasons for each step in every .u

:. I For annonncemcnj of candidates office, 5 00 what kind meyer, that may require the services / ( mad Ticor. Tie scrofulous patient,' eorered with ulcers |OUMOM to kiseelf calculation. Was S'S'5:
: ,; sad his cttenrftnts,hu been made whole. Hundreds of persons, wko had Tae clauses in Manic, Drawing Painting
.: No announcement will, be made unless the same of an Agency at this place. 1:1: hopelessly for years under cutaneous end glandular disorders, chronic =, Work,and Embroidery will be under the immediate :

.. :; be accompanied witfi the amount charged. Particular attention given iv the proper settlement I :;jl i and many other complains spriafing Item a deraageneal of the eeeretiTe orgaM care of Mr,. Hartson; and there is no institution
,
Editorial notices for private benefit will be of Quartermasters' accounts. "I :" tad the circulation, hare been raised as it were from the rack of disease, and now, ,North or South where these branches are

charged double, the I ate of advertising. Charges moderate, and regulated the amount I I''Iill with reftamted eoaiUtotions gladly testify U tke eOeacy of tale iaeetimaM taught The strictest more thoroughly attention or win scientifically.be paid to the moral t S
!: preparation. ,The testimony of these who kar. been cured by its us*. with tkeer .
) of .
notices will and the extent services ladies -
Religion?*Obitun 7, and Marriage claimed, required. and general deportment of the young ; w ,
: residences, hu been published from tuuo t. time; sad wen It desirable, a .. v"N
be All communications, to insure insertion,'must while at the same time every thing of a sectarian o,4 Xai T.rA tOLD
published gratis.1! !!;, of the most overwhelming testimony could be brongkl forward,yroriag ssoel will be carefully avoided. pr_ '

'; Communication* feinst be post pni J. be postpaid. dec "-tf :1! elusively its iaestimable value. Tke sad UMM wko have not need tale influence as DR. JACOB' TOWNSEND
:
: months is divided into
:t medieiae, are invited to make a trial ./tts virtuee,aad ipyrepriate t*taenMlvee the The scholastic year of ten ,
c- : I i benelts which it alone sea beMow. two sessions of five months each. The first session TBS oiwifiXL U COT D or TBTT ".
d
'
I I JAMES W. BRYANT, commenced en th*seeded Monday In January Geitizi resesi SarsaparilU.CU .
J. l\lcl bert Baker I before the second in June.
: I CANCEROUS and to end Monday
: ATTORNEY COUNAL01C-AT'UWf ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEArLY $TANDINQ.I .
AND The second to commence on the second Monday aamt 79 yean of afsi sad
: ATTORNEY' CJUNSEl.l.OR.AT LA fV, I : This cure was effected u July 1844; there hare bee a* symptonw .f a retire, in and end before the second Monday in has sag WM. jt VTMO and Dl.r.o,
Will attend to Professional business in the Courts I :: aid her health still eoiUn.M good,July, IW. July, p121 ORIGINAL 7'O"JIt-
; JArA O nl.LF-I E. Fn of the Eastern Circuit of Florida and in the Federal 'I I, I : Him Tori/."U. 1144. December. Pupils can enter at any time, and axxr .. .." Setai"ho w... .
WILL pnvclice i the Courts of the Eastern ::1 ?". 'aiPs:-GentleMtm.-I eensideT H bul as act ef hwtice fa yea I.state the will only be charged until the eodof the &.r.- MHe4 to UaUt .fcf whisk It ..
: iff Middle; Circuit Court for thoNorlbcrn DLtrict of Florida. h following faeu in rrfercnee to the great benefft I kare received in UM cur of aa Pupils derive pea advantage, however,by'eater- Ceil kept out OM sate cbe aMilke4 to'
Circuit In Il-imiUejn.county of ? ALSO AGENT .1' I :;I sItuate CAIca. ULCIIOD mv breast. ing_at the beginning of the term. Mly It* wen"I-
in Benion IJillsborongh counties of the :h'I i iililq I was .t.Bd eighteen months by a regular u pblaa anisted by the Young ladies punning the full course win rewire talw. It kaJ feaetq* lite eM .---'n- -"

: Srathcrn Circuit wiJ'ie Court at Tallahassee for general Business in the State, respecting I i! advice CDNI of one of our most able .lpri.D'Ju,without the diplomas or certificates of graduation. : .ttee penna whflaaaa4 MeW .1'sues d'-u.
Supreme
I least benefit All Ike vanous methods of resorted 1; mail flUID tValh, pocl&llDetl IM eieeltene sad
donations of lands the locationor II
and in tl(<.Tinted States Di"tJictCoUltfor grunt and ,and for ar weks in succession my breast WM burned with caustic three times a-ay. COURSE or .InDY. w-'n'aI ::
selling thereof. i[ ,. qs and or six it was daily syringed with a weak solution of acid,and the cavity .r HE4fUNO POWER.
the Northern &i-4iict of Florida and will Di The of is divided in fire classes.
: ; ..1 I internal ulcer was so ,. that it held over an ounce The doctor course study ..
Ilaio had sm Sseine.
prosecute claims ngjint (lie United Stales bcfoic Also AGENT I'I ri pro the ulcer and examined the bone, and said the disease ,rapidly The Studies of tkt Juvenile Dtjnrtmtnt are [sowiaf..aid meal ezperI'450.,.devised. &JIo al'hnick which by wauld

for the collection of Claims the United ;1 i'' and if I did not get speedy relief by medicine or an the remit Writing and Mental Arith- mantled w. .
Heading ,
Congress and the Departments at 'Vaiiuton.S upon ;. I would be fatal. I WM advised to have the breast laid open sad opton.examined; Spelling, .. a* e/ lacaInIaW.'ftwaa 10 .

Being located at -1 ;.onille) for lift he willgive fc'tutcfi$ for Military or other services, pensions, ''I I! I I :! but I almost finding despaired no relief of from wh'bad been considered done,and feeling 1 was rapidly getting worse, I metic.Pint Clau-Reading, Spelling. Modern Geo alias allIes wiwU lie a*MMiaUe l4ihed 10 vinae fcrtaf w It
attention to hid I supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or recovery an my case nearly bJl. tIm kM 1M assess aN
his entire and jtnrcmiUtng. j ::11 I : Seeing rmnous testimonials e.ra.t. of car by us SiBiir*- I pph1Grammar. Writing and Arithmetic. sad aptlNda. Tss,

profession and all liU&ncss entrusted to bis care other property lost, for which the United States Idi I BILLA, in cases similar to my own, to try a few bottles, Nurl of whichwere I Second Clau Arithmetic concluded. Elementary .iled: tktoVM 4QIAND NXPARATWJ.u
but, from the long deep-seated character of my disease, no very Botany Modern Geography, with the use of QVJII.I.fDL
u.e. ,
; liable. teal*.mad to called fcisasoutaMH
shall meet with 1rorjdaUentirn. pued nMauttctaied no Ski hftni
| I ::1 Considering this as for I
only probable "
change. U. ere my the Globes, Parsing Exereitt History of the
2f) 1850. tf Address Jacksonville. East Florida. .1 :: the was entirely mouths tk 1M Ieii0 w4 kiMdia of the Iaa&espsslsiIs
Jacksonville, Au/c un'l dl.ea care 1 i now over erne cur Watts the kind Rhetorical .
; II'I :: completed; there is not .1htel appearaae of a return.tktrtftrt rutnnei *- United States on ITM U found wttfriM.. *ee fMewtta* or ieeissa
-:--- I myiilf WILL and cur SOUPS' 4BStMtILLA., /!# Reading Spelling, and Defining. .
41 Card. PHILIP FRAZER 'I I : *..'l..K./my A Ue Junng tin taw /.tll.it,ntr JU*< l.esy rmei.. I II' Junior Studio Algebra, Geography of the CaHk lean SJ.r/TowaMadX hnfmeee. with .
'I' :: Plel this which I it my duty Heaven, Worcester's History Analytical Botany sad never kaafM ki for ib. Souse; beeawliisMeCa >
p t\TE\nt\G to Icarc the state I have transferred ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,I'I IIuHLft.! : Your valuable lunl-efef akowle'D.DI.,WIU blessing, of DITUM Provide*.1 I ,Pawing in the Poets,Reading,Essay Writing, | is iMeet.4' u'ss by a .a..ti. TM
'I'' when els.could and Mt MMl jcbeaIsuy..u4 laieit dtoM-
nothing ; I feel myself lading to I |
profcfsional:- le .
my ( JACKSONVILLE FLA. $ ': say many things 1 cannot write, and I do most respectfully afflicted u I I ..au.hav .. koagha iaeeveq.Woo
Esq., Attorney at law, Jiu-kfunville, E. F including Will attend to any profeional business entrusted ,,I'' 'I i ; hare been, to call upon me. and I wiU satisfy, them fully of the truth u stated above. Senior Stvatntt Geometry,Algebra concluded _meaueaa.( Old Drt( napartUa.aparUIa Tb.Sen-
..1 Trigonometry, Chemistry, Logic IntellectualPhilosophy kiowa eal..C8Jt1ai.
and many things la the case.KANCT. ion.It to U aM
all such maK'ers; as were entrusted to my to him in the Courts of tho Eastern Circuit i I o'le r.f.rac.1 J. MILLXR, 111 lulbran-stroet. Moral Philosophy, Natural Philosophy lyaMdkiaal BtoMM.aad{ sesso properttoe watek

care by Gen JamcsTcden, of which all inter anti tile Supreme Court at Tallahassee. lie has ";"I! I.1 and Latin (optional,) Dailv Essay Writing, _, ben or UMtM<1wd ...'-which if malMd lupraotrtac

ested will please tae Jioticc.IVIr. also such an advantageous connection with an ',i I ( : LIVER COMPLAINT. Composition, General Review of Studies. .__k_. 1_It..for.1.4. ..iffoiue..._,.. .ratnfaiw_ AI.*"awl_..
-- -- -
The is from letter "J"U- r"r-
'11 V-- : following aa extract a from Kr. aaluahL
:-
BaLer's buMncM reputation for diligence I able Lawyer at Washington city, aa will ensurea : r..iYed Wii. PRICES or Ttrmox. Oat of Banaparilla Its*,lit nUtilt that theyraporau y
: I L II ., 0(1.St. 184*. do tke ,tf at ass
aid are te4l. prepantio they *
and attention ate todffid'ntlyTell established to prompt and speedy collection of such claims ns I. Messrs. SAn.1 have been afflicted with a sever pain n my side, occasionedby J nrenile Department, per sea. of 5 months $1" afcatrted by a KiU/r j*,* ow* oily to tkM
ensure promptness iel;all matters in his hands. a diseased liver, for the list twenty years; suffering at times cannot First Class M 1200 In MOH&CUII.. Muttwitr. OMM ,W_-
be in his hands the United wlllCal. .. eiMrieaced
may placed against li convey; but race taking your ISarsapanlla I bars been ..e Second Class, *S 1500 .wkkkjfly off la rapnr.or a* a. exhalu-
This transfer is a Jrufikiont manifestation of my States. i. (a. s that I hate been able to atten to my business, and preach occasionally for lh Junior Studies, 2 00 hUfrntifiu tfoet under keai,ass no very tuntUt .iul rr.w

confidence in hisprofrawonal ability and Integrity. -lt. 1, 49-ly.. :Il9. ; last fifteen ,,, I all other meiin. thoroughly &rio. Senior Studies, II 2500 tit oftke loot wkWJ live 10 It nfl lu vat...
which
SNrsipanlU 1 recommend in
.1 i :: en truth aDd t* all those '
"
.
CHAULES P. COOPER I; t I ; flicied with of MUle on Piano, 2500 Any persas cal hoUer MW ik not Ul they get a.CO&OIM
,
way species have ba semi .
any
I arofuloa.complaints. 1.r 500 ark U. Sktek to man tarn DM e tartoesaaerla
Use of Instrument
cures by it. use Mrs. 1. of six
tk
I =rkble vicinity. ass
Law. ski tool (rose ."thug else! ; they nIkon .
Aug. 29, 185O. Attorney at J. P. SANDERSON : bottle wa restored to better health thai sha aid before enjoyed for tea and Drawing and Painting. 1000 & '
\ .a this fauM vapId llqvM. wnm wish
; :; Mrs. W.81..en..who bad b.n severely afflicted with wu.. Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 1000 strain ev -
----- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, EI.ipl. seal awlaiata, and SH i all 11 -SAMArABILJJ
; .: ; by the use of a few bottles. Yours SALUJ French Spanish, and Italian, each 1000 "
J.McIlOUKHT 1JAKER.Attorney office & EXTRACT or 'iir. Bat suck to ass Ik* afttctokwnatik
his from Columbia
HAV1XG removed < I I.I' will be that 00 term b the ,
It $25 *
at lAw,JnrLtunvillc: E. Florida. I to Jacksonville Duval County, ,..I'h' :: .ii CURE OF A SCROFULOUS. AFFECTION OF THE EYES. highest price perceived that can be charged per for tuition in GENUINE OLD tm. JACOB TOWNSEND
; I ;: Ktnfiltn, Jt. / Ocfefcr 1147.
NOTARY PUBLIC. \ respectfully informs his friends that he will continue I' Menr SAUDI:-Gentlrmen-My little "aulhtr.8.,1 when one year.old, I. the Literary and Scientific Branches including SAmPARJLLA.

the Governors of the practice of his profession, as formerly. t ., li ;iL: with a scrofulous humor, her face.. In extended into her eyes,.uu the Ancient Languages.The This to ao prepai 41&at aU Ik*Inert ptapertie*fik*
Commissioner appipinleJ by I Ho will attend at each and Term of I.l I I ::. Almost tout blindness in one of them and disfiguring her whole face. I employed Institution will be supplied with Chemical anapanliaiuut ara'aHt removed every ikiar rapaW
the following &tat nri 10 take Testimony, Aflija- every II two physicians to attend her. who exhausted their U'DI skill to give hr reb.f,but and a well assorted e keciNBlaf acid 4II gf fenMatanmi, to estncHtf a" S
ihe Circuit Court in the several Counties of ; !I :' it "11roeIII'5.i and finally one of them me that he had kaown ef and Philosophical( Aparatns Ned; thee every kAftlcto ofoeAcal virn ta asianS
Tits, and Atknovrlcilgincjits to be used therein : I p :: -> sinking cures by SANDS' & try it. Classical, Historical and Miscellaneous Library. Ia a pare aM uimeJCirM; aid ibis U to ruadesed
Eastern Judicial Circuit the efecte Sanap.nla adYI.1 le
Maine, j t Virginia, the County of liii I i .<1.1 one Uittle cmmeoeed nsiug. an aU. up 1 BT. II. Vocal Music taught to all the pupils bwapabl of Uwlaf Wy 'f Us valnnM sad kealiafpropenlee.
Norlb Carolina Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme ; ':cCIC an entire cure. It is now over for years she was U.r aa* without charge. rrvpatcd )a this way tt to and Ik* muss
Vermont, rt 1h 1 d reappearance of the disease, we are satisfied cre powerfal afeat In tke);:I '
]Vlassacljuset Soulh Carolina, Court at Tallahassee, nnd the U. S. Court at St.Xugustiue. III\'e? me great pleasure to add that i can ro.ar.ac I'Ua' i .prO e.any One-half terms of tuition are considered due in Cure of ittiinmerable disease

Connecticut,!: Georgia, All badness entrusted to his cares tIl 9 lu"ar ron.Umt.| Kellltfulyyour.] ey.1 a ROBIIf SOU.rBKrARED advance, or the whole at the middle of the term. Hans th* reaaoan iy we bear eiMMMadaiiaM us
LIt .., _
New York I' Alabama. ill receive prompt attention. : --- Scholars from abroad can obtain board either' very sM* In Its*>**)(' sees wfMDen,sad ckiMfen.W
I : AND SOLD, WHOLCSALK AMD RETAIL, a in the family of the Principal or in private ami lad it ooUf woaderfcbt( DM ears olCOX'VJilrTION..lJI.r.rT.rSIA.
Pennsylvania, 2kli,s$;idsij>pi;, Address-J. ]'. &'AM EKSO.X, Jnclcwnvillt, ) j .. ir A. B. >k D. SANDS, DRUGGISTS AND iles in the town. aid LWZR CO.-
i lJural County, Florida. CHEMII fLAUfT. sad IsRflZU.VJTIS.V. .C.O'UI.
Delaware) Texas. I I It. W. PARRAMORE. President.W.
,
Jan. tf IIIIllII ti 10 FctTON'$T., COBNSB Or WlLLlAM, NlW rlL r/rjc4fLfxan cvrjitmov tuvrTlOJfS.
Maryland, anglLIFCf&SURANCE 1.-ly Jacksonville. 17.1850. A. BRISSON, fUHFUC9tiLOCTUftmm4' all ..
: <><> b
!' I ,Druggist u*_,lonerly throughout. ._ ___ u._UaItodStto._ .. __ sad Caaada*. I. BUNTING .1

McQVEEN McINTOSH I ; \ I-rIIc .I pr 10Ule; DU" LOT 5L S. B. THOMAS UoTURTTE OF THE BLOOD.

r ,1111'1111111111\111"!!, D. II. MAYS. It louiim a mmrtmnx*eflkacy I.an cneipUlato ail
ATTORNEY AT LAW February 14, IS. Trustees. alaf tnm MftttifXrum .*iity.111* AMMCA.torn

Or, Provision for t the_Widow & Orphan. WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern ,,,,," "' ," II/I'UIIIII.II!/ I UMunal eiretiiatlo*,AumiaatiiNi.. at .Mgoi__.ta_la u*_k.,a4.
4- jpiiauss It 1M_ .oils usa BM__cow c.un
Circuit; the United States District Court at St. ibM file ll au eel to ouaal laCM
1Ie& mrtr
TilE NEW YORK For sale J. FORMAN.
.. &pt. 26, 1950.3m by Madison Male Academy. .
Augustine; the_Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; ___ .t aid eghaoies easy eiyeeionjfe
LIFE COMPANY n aad ttUxIag taN *T the lUll'
INSURANCE naile prnpinitn
and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of MOFFATTS VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS DR. S. P. TOWHSKIVD'8 Kxerelae of this InatltKtlm were throat Md every Mk*pan.

Office 106 Broadway, corner of Pine street. Florida against tho Government at Washington, AND PHlENIX BITTERS. Compound Extract of $arsaparlhla. THE umed on the Stfond Monday of JanuaryI But In noUmt told cveeltoKM IDeM_. & IFEMAUCOMPLA1NT8. i sees
in U. S. utnnder the superintendence and direction of aM eckaowiede.4 lit..tit jJl Haifa sad rag**
invented stocks
the '
at
before
Capital now, principally either Congress or Departments. FOR PALE BY THE GREAT BLOOD RENOVATOR !
: Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia -
5-280,000, and rapidly) acciimulatinjr. CtJ- ADUBE&S, Jaiktonville, East Florida. KIEL It STEPHENS, College. From a knowledge of Mr.Ganlden's Ta WO wiusdsrs eaee af JTMT 41Ju. rIk .
PHESEXT UESCHVUD FUND, $s.ooo., tf Jacksonville AUiaI.. ITtmttipgilfntf ....or P..jMaM. S
May 2, iso: Fa. T. the Public. capacity as a Teacher, derived from experience die
Jrn if *sMMtruI perM aid >
mERE can be no bigberteJ of i it-THE public are hereby notified, that the pre and trial daring the quarter of the hut year just Da; sad Is as*n>ctdQi. laeurlaf oU 1k.Lime 01 JM
TRUSTEES. OSCAR HART that cnstant success and I extensively known as DK. S. P. closed as well as from the most ample and satisfactory D -

Morris Franklin, Pn.fci.frnt of the New York consequent celebrity. No Inferior medicine can TOWN ERD'. COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SASSArABILLA testimonial of former success, the Trustees By maavuf otetrwtluut,and retukttef UM paenteyMn

Life Insurance Company. ATTORNEY AND COUN>ELLOR AT LAW, bear this criterion, nor maintain this distinction. is now manufactured under my direction' of this Academy unhesitatingly recommendit
Pliny FrccmJin Actuary Xew York Life Insurance HAVIVO been obliged to abandon his intention Tried by this just and uneering rule 3ioftatt'sLire and supervision from the original obtained to the consideration of parents and guardianswho tka cures all dtitie*fNcrroos

Company. Medicine have ha no supror. in the from l>r. S. P. Townsend ; and I rip that it is may be, desirous of placing those under their diamte and debility.
Orsamus Bu-hncll, Attorney and Counsellor at of leaving Florida will devote himself to the I I' history of medical In of the composed of ingredients FInELY TEOETABLK and charge in a situation offering inducements of and Uue preveats ...ttUeve a twat variety .etkataladiea.

Law, 20 Na !an-:t.i-U. practice of his profession throughout the Eastern world, in any age has any general remedy acquired WITHOUT MCRCI BT-and aLw the ingredients healthfullness of location and high moral and intellectual aa tfimit inutt. -, Js Titae
I high renown, secured such universal tba culture inferior to other in the South Dii,*.,twffmiuf. Kfiltftif fTU. tevai ee4.&'
David A. Bokee, I Iepr! '' tnthcin Congress. I Circuit of Florida. Business entrusted to him are judiciously compounded 1 as obtain from no IteteaatMttoMonfcvselMcta* n. lit smlikya-
2'8 East confidence. In no time to come can any do so, em country. Students may be prepared at this
Freeman M. IX Broadway. medicinal effect.
their
Alfred them greatest
.
will receive his prompt attention. ttoa..IM itoouuA, aid live fned dlfeMta r-
John M Nixon (Doremu.iixoli., Dry I eeept.by equally extraordinary and wall-proved JAMES R. CHILTON, M.D., Chemist. Academy to enter any College in the United horse the towers of torpor and eoatapatto alter m-
Good) 39 Na-au.Street. Jacksonville E. F., July 25th, 1830. .. States. awMnou.purlaw tb*. skin. eqnliM ta.ifeulaMe
Nelson & Randall In the course of the last fifteen rears, thee For sale by e tte Mood produeiat warmth qually all ussi
Henry A. :cben, Latet Wright, --- -< -- ------- -'-- The strident attention will be paid to the moral ; ceU
) 22 i cdar-:trcctiPlace. i medicine have sustained the test of many mW KIEL & STEPHENS, deportment of the students, both by the Trustees a* kody. aad the iMcvsiU ponUratio: adams *a

henry I. seaman (Lath 1epreQcntative in Con- OLD ADOBE San Franrit-co, ) ions o{personal trials, in almost every vael1 Aug. 1. Jacksonville, Fla. I and the Teacher. The Academy i*located within seictuss.and tifBtaeM.remoTe; all kcDuetkiM, sad
Muir 2.U : 2d 1850. ) human; malady, with invariable commendation lavifomee thee.nre t4>rvous synen. UnotttlataMTke
grCI'II, now Seaman & .) Broaduay.JolinC. May the immediate vicinity of the village of Madiaon
Hc.ach CounolCllur at Lan', It arick and more extended repute. The vast and in "1 am a man, and deem nothing which relate to Court-House, in or near which good boarding medicine ya pre-eminently need
'111' DREW I ee by the Republican that creasing demand for them, throughout the Nor'man foreign to feelings." be obtained on most reasonable terms. The ButeaaaayortbrMiftianbsald.s.P.T.*
my I
Italic C. Kendall (Harden 1. Co., Forwarding I .1v \V. Brush, Judge of Probate of and South American cont.inent from the Ca& scholastic may year will be divided into two sessions of hftrlor article This Tu.i -.'..liquid to IIftI t* k*

Merchants & Dealers hi Foreign Exchange,) I'utnnm county,has been pleaded to let the public das to :the Brzu, t the Tenth Ac Manho. five months each. The first session commenced COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.

6 Wall-Street. .1 I. know that he has revoked a letter of attorney executed cific, and West Indies to East, I.wholly is A on the second Monday in January lost, and will .ol_GRANO-"ACT.Utat. IlL.. use to 1MU

samuel C. Paxson. (Allen & P jcon. Shipping by him to me, relating to come lands in unprecedented in regard to any othe article ORAP.atar end before the second Monday in June. The second MILE of DKTBRIOt*T10N...

and Commission Morfhunt 134: Front-street. the Arrcdoudo Grant, in which we have a joint whether medicinal mercantile, mightbe Death. I to commence on the second Monday in July NEVER SPOILS.

J. K. Hcrrick (J. K. Ifcrrirk & Co., Importer interest. 1 have not wen the instrument cince I selected for comparison. In Europe, where and end on Friday before the second Monday in while the other DOES ; *** .ftrmntnf,and \.

and dealers in stationery,) 73 John xtrect. left borne in August. nor bate 1 acted under it; they hare become experimentally known within a KINKELIN ON SELF PRESERVATION December thus allowing a bon vacation at the tU hlU.cueaaaiat liIatobaaesta:lbs nest.

J. Wardwell, Hardware. rc.'arlstl't'ct. and I certainly did not come to California to sell few years they have already superseded nearly Only its CeRi. end of each session. Students will be required to liquid .sl.g. sad dq'.gt.g scher. .Mms_

J. S.JJusginp, [J li & J B'lJ'ing & Co.. nail andS the pine lands and swamps of the Arredondo every popular medicine of rival pretensions, thus nnb Book,Just published, filled with useful pay half the tuition for a session in advance and ..bonlbis cosponad k polssou 10 0Ie..1wua'.a

ironmanu1actnrerf :(iifPstj-ect. Grant. I had hoped that at this distance should proving that experience is the trc Ld i inforion.i on the infirmities and diseases the balance at the end of the session. W'ea.acid DylplpaIa lass a qiua hat MY.tras4 1 Dwne iiesrs.u all beW a44? ..
neither hear of that Grant or certain of its distinguished -! The Life Fill are indebted their name It addresses
Spencer S. Benedict [Benedict & Itockwell, importers of Organs. itl aka waa faed eeunJn..stnamiie. what i--i-_
RATES OF TUITION.
of Lard ware!] M Pearl street. proprietors. But as Mr. Brush has to their manifest and sensible ato in purifying alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD It praduecfll flatatoM*.. kankura.-palptntfia*! *T fk*>
Cyrus Curtis, oils. 111 XVjHftreet.. thought proper to remind me of that valuable the .pring channels of life enduring them To all who apprehend or suffer under the dire Orthography Reading and Penmanship heart Urer ... dtanhca dytwatory, MO, a4eomptioa
., ; L'anieljfil'crlaicr, JTillcr &Co., shippers i iterert,he will bo so good as not to sell any port tone and vigor;and to the undoubi consequences ot early or prolonged indisrton per session, 18 00 of lbs Mood t- What fetofula am an aiM

and grOCertlI6i Front atrcct. on of it, in which we are jointly interested, ed fact that at a very early period in t to all who feel the exhaustive etet sdenta Arithmetic,Geography, English Grammar, aumoe lu &M body Wkat produeee all the ku Mswklck

William Barton [Great and Barton, dry good*,] without my consent, and fearing that my fortune ry they had re8oetlsuorers from the very verge anil habit o addition t History Composition, and Elocution 12 00 krlai oa Ena daM*f die SkIn Scald HeM Bait
125 William street. : might suffer in his hand, the public will be on of an grave securing i* ry decli bDefu energy, a the victims of Algebra, Geometry, Plain and Spherical Bkeum t.ryilpelas.WkII.BweUlasa, Fever Betea and
tbci r guard, and protect it from sacrifice. them uutmel1 enjoyment of"ealtb. withoutwhich of and melsnchly Trigonometry,Mensuration of Surfaces all alseralisas latorasi sd u1Iru1 t Ie"as1tag allot
William Coxe Diuenbnjry, (WOOclward& Dancn- you d mental debility and moping ..but aa acid wftemaee,wkkk nun.ibis
45 William June 27.-tf GREGORY YALE. life itself is but a partial blf. ing. K.would Do. of Solids, Surveying Navigation
bury, commercial agent*,] street. 8 despondeflcy.Dr. 81n.n. spoils all Suds of dMkody, mart***, Whet
S 4i "' .- Ireat..indeed.bad their efficacy invariably- __.'_ Conic Sections Differential and Integral usasus ibeimattea Nt a jut ii acid .whisk In
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Jl i _. .it was scareellless than miraculous to those I I IJAU'jnUJ I..VVA.vluble Calculus, Natural and Moral Philosophy, lanatM ItotuT hssws.s A Jomts aid ..tarteMaf -
issued ; this Company warning it
Having over 5,3W jxilicies. T. VANCE'S beautiful I Th i impressive
who were unacquainted with the philosophical Astronomy, Chemistry Botany, Mineralogy sad mftauuactlM dHea ton** upon wkfck Maetsl
is now cvtaMifbcdVl'n a finn basis. I principles upon which they were compounded gives wn prevent rears of misery and suffering, Geology. Rhetoric LogicElo- 8of nwrou..fill Impurity e/tk Mood
The insured are the o*ly St ckLoldcri", and all i it SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. Thousands of
and upon which they consequently act. and s annually, Liye. menu ot Criticism Natural Theolop. et derund eliranutoaMM aearty aU Ik* anneal
the profit are divided sjnUally. The Phcrnix Blt r.are so called, because Pa ents, by reading, will tem t prevent Evidences of Christianity. aDd Political wktok afliet kuma*aatunt .
Certificates of _ .be parties, or j.l embers of health The Ancient
planters of ftea$ Island Cotton and the public to a glovning rigor througholt.t.he Languages o. SOUBwfttSXBE&TBtO .
of tie company, and Micb .Uvi lcnd in an addition Jo J ,that bo can supply them with hu double and constitution, as the Phoenix is said to be terV ddresmdtoDR. K1NKELIN.N. N. W. corner ACID CXJM-
the sum iusurcil, be:ulng inU-roat at six IIC' bred to from the ashes of its own .retl 1t THID" UNIN Streets, betweenSpn R.W.PARRAMORE.- President. POUND" OF.a: P. TOWNSEND, -

cnt.|>cr.nuunT, ayab1.. iu cash. singleSEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. Ti.e, lie Pill stud Phl..1 Bitter are I I BC PHLDELPHI. will enl a W. A. BRINSON, sad yet lkew uUftnkaMituadenio .ON IJs-

On inl furtbchole; term of Life premiums purely and aolely ,and contain neither -: under eD'lp rt.u maO. I BUNTING sobTowissad's Omis. irgiisul Z.aqs.ilhsjsan,'
No doubt is longer entertained they are best pr S. B. ITAT1ON o/his Utelor paiadae itS ,
when mountirijt>o fifty dollars may,.-at Gins !u use, and the Subscriber flatters himself, Mercury, Antimony, Arsenic, nor any other 11101k YEARS THOMAS Owrn fcebU that we tkoaU deal la aa saudi wlfl*
D. H. MAYS
4 4 the option of the Ui urfi be paid holly in cash in any form whatever. They en and uninterrupted spent In ,
from the general satisfaction he has given for the minera. a tnsi"e practice 14 1850. would best tk*awMt._b1ua..L P..
or forty pcr.oent. of the jwaouut remain on creditin last seven years he will receive their support. I tirely of extracts from rwaodpw..!!this rendered Dr. K. the mo expert February _Trustee 's.d's rcMsf aid.kIcIa..ItrtaC.upon 1M

their 9f n, notes, pg interest at six per Prices low, and the Gins made of the best ma- ful plants, the virtues of which and successful practitioner far and ner, in the NEW RESTORATIVE Old .lad amesafti.load ..sad aIaIaa-

cent. tennis and workmanship. known to several Indian tribes, and recently to treatment of .private nature. ttoae&om Anatawko |a ." aid pufekaten wk.
; Insurance on tho t1fathc Boxes AND BRUSHESfor some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, a altogether '' afflicted with ulcers upon the body throat BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD SALOON, .. kar* Med 8. T. Twvr rZ3UUJ TO 8 COM,
.t perpetuate the income gf 'tie Nsturart'rotector unknown to the '.ern in the head bones snereurisi
ignorant or ,
pretenders pains
after dcafh, ;To him avi those be loves it offers sale cheap, and Gins repaired the lowest medical science; and were never t rheumatism strictures, gravel, disease arising "e. W*wish uanssAsasiii is i. ti..
bfore &ai.1 that 8.r.,.. CM ).-Tawn
rates.
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a substantial noliice CveU for the grat'e. "A prudent tered in from youthful excesses or impurities of the blood, mIlE SUBSCRIBER has just opened on BAT
1 happily etoaioU. wads Baaa tM aid
- j man forweth the tfil uidtiidcth biiuself." *IVILLELOTOA The first )lon from lbs'coats whereby the constitution become enfeebled, JL STRUT, North side, one door from the corner .' that they:rI pankmter ftaiadpiiu.
eaI11 all the & ACOSTJI,Cent re village, Ga. b of Liberty street Bowuxa *.
to>- Persons Iqora advantages and oftbe stomach and bowels impuritiesand are all treated with a KKSTOKATIVK *. -
V rates Insurance frvmWyr of the Agents of the MI..MKORD & HARRIS, crudities constantly settling around them:' He who places SUOB.under the care of Dr. K., ALLEY and BILLIARD SALOON. The Establishment IlaYSetIaaIe **Tr was U a*
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N. A. HAROKE Savannah Ga.K. '
:;i Company j>er oniiHr< or Ifs pamphlet to bo had and to remove the hardened faces which collect may religiously confide in his bonor. gentleman has been fitted up entirely new, and is open *knBttnpkar :i gff i sdlshasii
JolJITH Charleston S.C.
.\LI oCthem. 55* in the cDvolutIon of the small Intestine and confidently rely upon skill as.a physician. 1 I for the reception of visitors at the usual hours. dIsease thai., .up.c-
H. K. HElD It Co.; Palatka. E. F.
fioLIJLNSi R1D -aI. wkatfMratnWcan UM pukte has* tkat.
II. D. | In unlike other de
doing
1' they THE liAR
.,. S. B. THOMPSON & Co. black Creek, E. F. eie e 6oJ..neatvrtIdIO mfltln CMtalalat ..
1 1iV .Jfixgzmnc: ,. r. O. HOLMES & Co. jacksonville, E. F. not reduce the system to debit1. a I Ocr Persons at a distance may address D. K. Has been supplied with the choicest liquors, and an tk*vtita e/2k nietoa4 ta pmaitafll

}ij 1 J J, 3IcJMBpRX UAKER Agent PATTEHSOM & KINO Burnt Fort, Ga. delightful seDs of ad rigor, often by letter, (post-paid,) and be cured at beverages to nit every palate will be prepared iid which ai* hwapawlef tkaa M wkkki.rpaliiia
Jl A. A. DELORJIR Darien, Ga. : before direct operation .been I PACKAGESof MEDICINES' DIRECTION with despatch. The delicacies of the season will .them_ AGENTS..s-.- .
cpet. '
,'i Aug. Ibt 1850.. rj J so. S. Fun& Co. Beaufort S C. This is.peculiarity which they B, Ice.,forwarded by sending a remittance, be at all times supplied. But wkat*ls*abeaM b..tpseisd Oem see who.kasorsloShlag '

(;EOBOE L. BROWH. IewnansviIle, E.FVf. eminent degree; and hence it. is that.they.a and put up secure from from DAMAGE OR CU The Billiard TableHas pe.radgelJ 11 edk1as iidbeaee t II isquit. -
-- ;-: -zj- taken by the weakest and most exhausted RIOSITY. .a pities.. Md.se m seshead as"ip

., BUSIN SS CQSAKTNERSHIP. \ DELL with almost immediate benefit, when ptieDt I 0>Booksellers News Agents Pedlars, Canvassers been imported expressly for the House, and ra a imwutm deeeattaatliittkattk 1kw mash ..
A. WATERMAN, OcalaE.F. med. is of the moat beautiful PseIOS .h. .8IM ..
cines would aggravate the debit,. and all others supplied with the above construction with air and -
E.F. .
J. W. 1'EARSTh, Orange Springs Other, medicines only cleans thesmall work low India rubber cushions. ,
DUMDAR & Co., King's Ferry and Traders at very rates. WXAX rroiueHS A .,tU"11h1DU
: DRY GOODS, CLOTHING GROCERIES, 1111 intestines, and leave such collected masses Tk Bowling Plus and BallsAre
mM SI the
behind to habitual should know wU ihs'meO1! *f ** plaa
THOMAS VANCE. as produce cot.lvenel. with NOTICE. also just from the workman and every eonvenlence met asaec if ssstag*44 'IIIoII"
all its train or evils
sadden ii.Imminent .
-' or. dlrhO .ib I To Claimants ef Lan4s. for the entertainment virtues also ii .xseadswisI. "IM.6-:
,rJ lE UNDERSIGNKti; fore this day opened St.'Marys, Ga., May3h:, 1850. tf dgr. mIlE. undersigned proposes Bounty to obtain Warrants baa been provided. and comfort of guests muse wkkkalWttlM ki *syttasa aad hew. *adapt. ,
Store th Norta The of the Life )NedJeln -
.4 A on East eorne 01 HAY ..-lh..SdiI1-- 0-
"! and OCCAI.;.ctreets and.will conduct. businesstherein to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and 'I, JL for lands for claimants who will be enti- Icordiallyinvlt.thspabhloto call at this Es S Ir Ie In assent iIbs. ralbrtuMi*.i* PMT
under the name auffstylo ofSTEPHENS JAMES, SULLIVAN, this means the liver and lungs, the healthful ac-I tIed thereto under the Act now before Congressbecome tablishment assuring them.that shall spare no bahe Inhi wesidid keasZJ.In kindle Ms Is) ski >> .
l Ko. ,,19 Whltnlter, near :Bay" Street, which the. when the lame shall have' pas anel a effort to contribute to their recreation. pCjffUf.ai lsuieIe uslih sad Mime aid ehtabkU
entirely : f
xIEiz1: ,, : ton the depends. upon rna.'law, for the moderate sum of FIVE DOLLARS GEORGE ';SKIFF. Into lb.cashed sad leases.aM. i trftai '
.
L SAVANNAII'GA.1'WUOLESALE urinary organs. Th\lo. I for each Warrant when obtained. Jacksonville January 17, 1880. .tf OLD DL jams TOW suD >M i oocaqf.as4.
They hi re"opentd''aWady; &handsome assortment Am its red color from the agency of Inr A tat I The object of this notice I. to give to claimants FOUND Ute r i.vsitisliT s4 ames In hug his
RETAIL
I i; of pnYlGQOVSlAfftt .CLOTUWQlto Inngs before I passes into the :heart, bil.tbu i an opportunity of procuring warrants, at the Notice. : 01'1&84.VII1YQ Concentratedtodeeranwk .
:. which wifl W tdortbr ad M a large and well se.J TIN MANUFACTORY, purified by and nourished by, JeanpolllbleexpeQH' _. -
,
I aa
; ,I Jeded BtfJik'ottJWC11l$8IJUlWW.ARE from a clean stomach,courses freely through the S ,Thoso wishing to secure the serriecs'of the .AD 1 Wfe M. *'10-11; EsUta;ofElixa- wIthia ib *M4 f.i'
DEALER .
.. an Berrie deceased ;
reins of an to
,j J ., and all article: acc& demand.,. Planished ,renews every part the* system, and 'triumphantly dorsigne4, will call at his office or address him' make immediate to the required .sshasthe1Ma7Ienm.abi'kw.h1js7fkl.piIms1, ,rJ 1 .
Japanned,Brltaiila Ware, banner health the payment undersigned Md 5.-A., S.flfldtOWtUL
; l loetdto'e-. terms for j jit mouQtie of by letter. and attentlo. : .a $ -
S will
4'. They : : pusonable prompt be r.iftD to all baring demands
&e.dc. persons .against amid estate 11,
,
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blooming 4-
,.- ehek'i '
CUD or COVfl7.T*oricc and relp ttu1l.1.lOU r M < I theIc1ins.. PmLIP FRASER .. -S
aN t.o
reqaede4 .
g. .I.; cit a char*'of fhe'iirnbJlc; baronage. taizaontswill '' 'ALL kinds otCocJdog: Stores and Ranges:of -. Aug. 1, 185?. .,,.', ,, ',_.. ," .< S Attorney r", *Urn*prescribed I"01 ther bv law.P ,!! aUllMdwlbb _, Pdnitil $. .;,:",.". ; -, '
... > most approved for I ;ukiouini F.IiJy3 .
patterns, families, B. 1850. t.ti .
be "WTOTICIC..- .. .. et HEN&Y D 1tOLLANDEz.cte .
Allpereons baring ", J
hotels 1
I ;; ;: : 4EIk'sTEnEs', : ; and ships;;and all.otfafer tstore.tor parlor, .J. {the estate of, Calvin< Read d elant 8cI.1ti : : ForaJe by .,. .Silt . .
hall Ie -
i or public places.:.Store Pipe and every description 10 I'- 'Notl SIre ., ... .". .- I .
23th .tt sent them to the' ) ;;. jLZISBBB ....
i
: t April ,J850. ,1'| : j1. of Sheet Iron Work made at DOtIce.POI'OI .- ,undersigned,'pnfrcd r., oJ ; ;'" 1" .
,, to law within two iron the S : diaMtrat.r'. ... "
date of Copartnership
sad Lift Pumps. Beer Lead yean this. no heretofore existing be- j47E4 : 1" '
Pumps Pipe .
,
1 -r ttaaaad to. the pnl Ue'for Tin FateShectlrpnfrjre Galvanized Jwn 0.,. Lice, or tho tame.will 'be forever barred ,by tbt I (ween the undersigned ta tab) day dissolved SIX months afUr!date, 1 bag JpreiMt" a- S ''.,'a, ,.:1.'. :
Itrnder liberal heretofore bestowed "C Upurebarso1InV statute All i persons indebted to taid'Mtattanrequested bl mutual eoDMD&' The business of u..l&&e firm U wd TOehM It-fill Hwu:J 4j, of d4ug1e4L5 \ if.ot i1. ; ; :..J
:t |atrpna t can be supplied will be Probrte for Dural oqJIt1..ror. faas ..., :: i 1 r ,tll
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forward _
to come and make _
and nepeifitttr seficH its continuance. at prices as low al they can buy in New York proseeuUd t* a conclusion by Col. 5 "< S Ir / J .'
me, T
npon w, '<. 'REBEKAHtE. READ JeL- ", .b. h athodictonceivssn,3 S AdnfeUtmto. of, the *. itau ot AM. .MW4J. ,'J If j t !,' :
i ; Those who are fadebUd W me will pleaae call elsewhere. Orders from Florida, South. .Carolina, ton, djotand.. Jon P1IT$0 ,. .
i 55 tat flrm ; ;
KIEL. and the interior are solicited. *- < .. C.; 8/ 8. SPENCER" d.l.
sHUe S '
L'i i promptly 241 and 1850. .. ;ii;11ORKIS t! tf Aug. 29 1850/' If > EORy.t'Am" ': : 'Ji )IcROBEWt .; THOMAS; JONES, 11AT--T flip ZPZ4V1L! r WCV?!. 4T
Mzy Aog. 14, --
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