The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: October 24, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00055
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'ItO.PEc7J D"; : BUll" IX MECHANICS, INVENTORS ,AND AUSTIN d -\\COLLEGE,' TEXAS* f .. f The purely theoretical manis-Interested; I tlie- ''II
.of .Deily Nt..j'UJ16.t 6t 1Iibl & tat CII/r1latOlAy JUNUFACTURERS.npilE .: [ proper toast wCi i t
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Printer. Ploprelors :-. CAN respectfully gii notice that thesixth ted at huntsville, (a beautiful Tillage;, west The practical man should 'Store -hismmd' r i ; ,- also b1adairi4 disdt
J. Volume of thisValuable! will of And all with principles, that what exeiutes'shall
journal theTrinity,) requistei'preliminary! -
about t person whose *&#<& tt ,
issuing ;
propose; have 'S
be commenced the' a sound vbasis. There -
on been
TwcsTT-rntsi or SEP rheasures having taken 10'ci 1'into s a-common to! dee afote4Mr thit i
the'30lh instant the first number of a : < ; M *pep .
.called TrtE Sew.11 TEMEEfl. next offeringa favorable opportunity immediate effect the noble'Iobjectin'view,the ground tpoa which both may meet "to-ad- 5' : arrested does in fartjowt"seyriee'jofisi
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Da3t Newspaper for all! to subscribe ,who. take an interestin subscriber+:l9tmpr11 pastor .of.one ,of the vantage f and bne-cannot exclusively reap a AN- tbe "pet4s
such .<
Wes Lot I t.haighiri
The / establishing paper the pt'bgressl1rd d development the" churches this and benefit that is not shared by the other, and ifwill e .
issue has befit long me city;. now, l agent.lorslId in.the Elate or l&riiory frcab tfefc-
M we propose to apparent chanics arts, and manufactures of our coun- college, would make a,fespectftil' andearnetcppealto be the aim to make' the, magazine,.if Yd tnt hre,esbsped V #
to us,at.least and we can only bope try.' The character of the&ientific American ;, thej friends 'education .possible} a text-book for both'' Old, .& aJore '
views of the matter will be that person egrad,4*',wateJl
that onr own Whoever will '
'. is too well known throughout country here, and throughput out.haP Y land; in behalf glance for a moment at our delivet thsEbtlst; Jt
borne-oat of the' enterprise. .
by the success to detailed account of the of this infant institution his vridely i extended extending: mechanical B l
require a various which con- attorney IV,tertiu '
We believe that nothing condu'ies; more to the subjects: discussed through its columns.. fidently hoped, will soon become a credit to interests, and, bear 'in( mind thejr' variousramificatxonsi&totlI } ,facts as to.tgeym t" ici-I&.a
welfare of mankind than the diffu- .
general The aim of the publishers has always Texas, and a' blessing to but common coun the luxuries as well as ica rom'sucb), Jugitiv&'lo ,tbe < iat
Penny ;
sioa knowledge The Independant been to render it the most thorough and useful try. Texas is a State of ample territory, comforts of )ire:trill admit, that whatever is who his or her escape '.' ttft 1' ,
Press, as a means to'!that'end, deserves. scientific journal in the country; and to and, possessing a rich'soil and delightful calculated to"ll Tate the character and of ed ;, in.which he !. tj" 4ite smted; )
commercial ,
particular attention Asa paper this its circulationand at distant, course imprm* the condition of bur..work Con
jud: .of by comparing( climate promises no period to ,to such.c1, Jail,Of .
our extensive and in complete ail the arrangements influence with other publications of the take a high rank. among, here,eider.:-sister. ingmen of all grades, is more immediately of ot or attorney, to\\i ,'.:
correspondence principal same class, they have unequivocal evidence ';' States in this oar enlightend and glorious national importance in our own country than *and : =

Cities of the United States, and other, partsof of its value as the leading, exponent Confederacy f and, what is so calculated to perhaps any other on'the globe. \ !eir ,ia tab .
the world, must nnder oar paper invaluable of the arts and sciences accellerate this most, desirable event as giving The engravings and illustrations will be er rntraiDtasibett: tO.JCJ"

to the mercantile portion of the community It will be published weekly as heretofore early and liberal encouragement to the of the first order, clear and intelligible, and may
whilst our extremely trill,low rates the of In quarto form on fine paper, affording at the institutions of scienceand religion in that no expense of preparation has been spared as aforesaid.}I In no $rial'M .i 4'
Subscription Advertising give frontier State 1 Moreover it should be' which may be calculated to render it in value by ; '
end of the year an Illustrated Encyclopedia remembered nnder this act, t"f\lJh4| | :)
greatest facility to our advertising friends. that Texas lies borders of as in: finish, the first scientific journal of 1'
of over four hundred pages, with an index, on the alleged f agitive. teE' .*. sa '
Asia the Federal Polices we long and from five hundred to six hundred original the territory of "the man of sin, and as a the day. the ceruficates4thlSt: ;

since ceased to Democrat recognise'OUr the old distinctions engravings described by letters of reference wide Crevasse has recently been opened, now The English Me..janics'' Magazine, now : mentioned shia fa .collusive. ;,T
shall be
of Whig and party besides a Vast amount Of practical in* is the time to poor into that neighboring and in its fifty-second volume and deservedly right of the per ,or, peiionsln
"thePartyof the South and: every thing formation concerning'the progress of scien* benighted land the full tide of Protestant and ranking among the irst publications of its cial fll.vor'gr, 'remote sue L fuew
having a tendency to advance the interest influences! 'The subscriber kind, ig in general airangement and designthe and : the tate'
consideration tific and mechanical improvement .Chemistry -. happy having or Ternary from which
that party shall have due with civil engineering, manufacturing in its i not long since, returned from a mission model for our own. It were unbeco and shall preve n all mol< station
Vis We shall reserve to ourselves tbe right various branches, architecture masonry1botanyin ary tour along the valley of the Rio Grande ing In us to say our rragazine will be better: I. person or persons, 'jby'any = irocess

freely to discuss measures of State policy. short embraces the entire range is free to say, that the Mexicans have a profound we may permitted to hope it will be as any court, Judge \magistrate' or,
calculated advance the 'i interests the
Anything to of the arts arid sciences, respect for us as a nation ; and thatat good.The whomsonert,
,'of Commerce, Agriculture, Science and It also possesses an original feature not least many of them ale, at this time, much editorial responsibility: of the magazine tory 1. And be it farthtt 'enacted That.,
Mechanic Arts, &c. shall ever find a placein td sit feet and learn is confided to Janus Vf. ADAMS, Esq. Who shall i A
found in any other weekly journal in the disposed at:, our our lan knoWiigly! aiwfc tviH-
the columns of this paper. and laws. Eventsof C. E., a gentleman cf extensive scientific attainments obstruct hinder orpreVcnt'sucfcclaiaj
country viz; an official list of patent claims guage, our religion, our *.
In size the paper will be medium, and the prepared expressly for its columns at the recent date having taught them our superiority and practical discrimination, and to agent or attorney, or any peooo:,of J

type nonpareil and minion, so that we can Patent Office thus constituting it the "Amer in the art of war, now is the time to who has been professionally engaged for the ses, lawfully assisting bo| ,'her, ct them,'!
give as much reading matter as any of oureotempotaries. ican Repertory of Inventions." teach them our superiority also in the arts of last twenty years i ii mechanical. and their ; such a fugitive, from aertice tX

The subscription price, will In connection with publishing department peace. Let our noble institutions, then, now kindred pursuits. either with or wilh'oat 'proesj; .
, be 10 cents per week payable to the Carrier '! the proprietors transart the most extensive to planted in TCA B let churches arise let The editor has already received encouragement such ; o-3.iI-----,. ..-j.- .. _
or 4 dollars a yea? in advance, payableat home and foreign patent business schools be multiplied; let Colleges of high I and offers of assistance from emi fugitive from service orjtlabor, '-.*
the desk. Our terms for advertising will scientifie-and contrib-': custody. such claimant [his.of) '.,
done in this country;; consequently their facilities character be founded 'on liberal prinip2eslet J I practical men as !
be 3 cents a line for each, insertionchargeis must be correspondingly superior. there be an honorable competition and let i tors, and will endeavor to enlist the services' all or attorney or.<$tt*r -pea'ori',t J
made by the line, so that no more work is of all such snare interested in the extension lawfully assisting afQresaiW.ben-J
TERMS:-$200 per year in advance; the.motto inscribed upon each temple of science -I i,
paid for, than is actually done,j as is gene $1 00 for six months. there be, "EXCELSIOR;" "ExcEtsioa;j" of scientific knowledgeOffice I pursuant to the authoniyberes* .,

ally the case, where advertijsements are All letters must be post-paid and directed and happy influences cannot but extend, far I of publication, No. 200 Broadway, \ declared or shall!jajd$ abet or as;.:.
charged by the square. pur ,terms wiU be New York. $3 and I so owing I.boru.!,' ,
to Munn & Co. and wide4 not only'throughout all!! the length Subscription price per an- person 8erviceor
cash on the first appearance alan advertise and breadth bf that border State, but even I num. Subsc bers' names solicited : directly or indirticMy .to i'tscapt .
ment. EDWARD SILL, jr. Publishers tf the Scientific American, No.228 I far west of the Rio Grande! I oct 18-tf the claimant, his agiit| |or attorney.: H. I... DARR. Fulton, Street, New York. the authorized ajjafore.
I The location of Atsris COLLEGE is admi. persons < >
Ie- Editors and Puh1ihers' favorable to INDUCEMENTS FOR CLUBBING.-Any person -. rable. It is central, in a healthy and delightful -I MEMPHIS INSTITUTE I tory shall harbor or coocja}such lAfiiive-,

the enterprise will cadet a favor. by inserting who willend Us four subscribers for 1 region of country, sufficiently near' time prevent the discover: and arcstof"" -3

the above. __' Oct 18 six months, at our regular rates, shall beJ steamboat navigation and in the midst of a MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. after, notice o knowltjjlge 1;of--ra ;

THE FARMERS GUIDE TO SCIENTIFIC entitled to one copy for the same length of II population rapidly increasing, and remarkable THE regular course of lectures in this In- recl that such persoawa Ja fpgitiVO'-.U

AND PRACTICAL time; or we will furnish.' for its intelligence ar d spirit of, enter.j i 11 will commence on the first of } or Jabor as afose&id, shaJLL,,for *j 3

AGRICULTURE J 0 copies, for 6 months, $S 00 prise. And, as Professor McKisNET, a gentleman -: November, and continue until the last of this i said oSences, be subject. to |a fine.. 3

'naOS1'ttTt-s-Henry Stephluis, F. R. S. 10 12" 15 00 of high cbaracter, has already taken i, February. The anatomical department will one thousand{dollars*ajnd im-. j
15 12 22 09 be opened and ready to receive students by the not exceeding sb jnouths by it '* '
.k"f Edinburgh the celebrated l author charge of the Male Institute in the place, ( ;
of the "Book of the jFarrnl' **. and Prof. 20 12 28 00 (which is desigbeJ as a stepping-stone to the the first of .October. The Medical department and ,Conviction belorf, the district 7,-: .

Norton, of Yale College New. Haven, are Southern and western money taken at'' college,) the institution may,now be considered will be under the direction of the following the : the United States fox,;the di. trict in,.,_

preparing tor the Press p book under the for subscriptions; or post office stamps taken as already fairly started ; and I may professors.J. St such offence may, baiebeenmmit' .

_ above title. It will emWace every subject ,. at their full value. add,that the rapid increase scholars. and CONQUEST CROSS.' \. D.. professor of before the proper ciraii of c rimiaal d)

of importance connected with A! riculture in PaEMicM.- -Any person, sending us three the subscription of nearly ten thousand dollars the institutes of Medicine and medical juris if committed "thin. *ai y'ona ,

all its various branches botlu ''Theoretical subscribers will be entitled to a copy of the in Texas alone"prove beyond all doubt prudence. ;f ries, 'Territories} iA} the UDi&elLt

and practicaL ""Science -in as far as it has "History of Propellers and Steam Navigation that the Institution has the Confidence of the W. BTRD PO\\"ELt"r. Dn professor bf and ; : and shall moreover l rfeit an i palu

up to the present time, been r made available< ," published in book form, now in press, people and is winning golden opinions eve- ce.,;bral physiology, medical geology and of civil damages to s ie party nju -l _
will be treated to be ready about the 1st of Od ber. It ml \ogv. ing -MJm S
in jif ; ,
by tayerimenf.i Board oL.Trnstees.cpncist
lo practice n-.davv.The __ .
: ll'Ir4.,. _
war U.. vf tKonraat nurlvt. nrutiua U n. c- 'rluro! 1 'C---
it uccaro- one. 0" the most men in Texas,
115 ictrfulwi tu -cijr uperatlonjas some prominent the to be recovere ac ion, of,
in the of the seasons."! The work the subject ever issued and will contain ; whom two of the expresideiitsofthe gery. -
course among are II. J. HCLCE. M. D., Professor of Theory or any of the district ot,lerntoria =.
trill be arranged under net beads, about ninety engravings. late republic anJ a Judge of the Supreme -
d Medicine. whose jniigdietioa ti said ,
and Practice
* the t alitn.1.ning with October 18, 1850-tf Court of the State. The enterpriseis S
representing of obstetrics have been comjar tod. .
J. A. WILSON, M D., professor may )
winter and ending with The following )- 1 1cmct."LllL truly a nolle one. We have hoisted our and Diseases of woman and chil &.Aad ,be /urtAf.etUc ,..That." "
are among the 5uLjt'ct"l 0 be treated 1 flag J we'pu rpose to nail it to the mast. We dren. their depQties.'ama 'ibeg Clerks, .,--
of ii the first anI 6eCOlld aO s, including have done what we could at home; will not .
district and
UNDERSIGNED proposes to pub J. KING, M. D- professor of materia and said ,territorial Courts
the (Introductory, yiz: : THE in the friends of learning aid us from abroad! ,1efee ,
a political Weekly paper the meilica and therapeutics. I.this ; paid for their serlfJces the *,
blTlinoN.-4)n the bcst oE the etisting 3n the of Washington We want l."loney'e want foot; we want of be allowed to then similar *,
German language City Z. FREEMA3, IS!. D., Professor ana- any I ot. ser
. methods for aequiring" thor I1gh knowledge in support of the principles by which minerals; 'we need many things to crown other cases;and whtttjaaehftirvices,.-

pructical busbaodrr; 01 the dfficui-; the Administration of General Taylor came the enterprise with full success. An infant omy.J. MILTOX,SAVMJERS, A. M., M. D., professor t"T exclusively tii .arrest) custo*.

ties to be encountered in learning practical into power, and eing desirous to obtain the institution, in a new and I Irontier State, looks of Chemistry and pharmacy. I ly .delivery of the Bgitjrfc to tb| claim >

husbandry, and on the means !rtf r overcoming aid and co-operation of the Whig party, he to the benevolent, and generous-hearted tlO:1 or.her agent or ,atlijpjey, ,oij where, $
them; on the different kinds at. farnrng; on would respectfully state the reasons which, throughout the older s'ster States! and cries CLISIQCE LECTCREHS. fugttlve:maybe c1.i barxe 10

the persons required to condui, : and execute '! in his estimation, make it desirable anJ necessary for aid, and shall not the plaintive, pleading leditine-Pror. H. J. HCLCZ. the custody, for the, yfiatof i iedfficientis
the labor of the farm; on'! tie1 Branches$ of that such a paper should be estab- cry of! an infant, far away, ,be heard and Surgery-Prof. R. Newton or aforesaid, then st h fees are to be >
science i most applicable to ap rculture. ; on lished at the seat of Government. kindly regarded 1 The friends of education Anatomical Demonstrator- Freeman. ; the whole by 'suet ij j laimi,at, hie"" w

the Institutions of education bit suited to 1. The number of those who u:.the Ger. in NewOrleans have nobly reached, out a MDIThe attorney; and in aliens$ wlere{ the -,
agricultural science; on the e'' ih attending man language as their medium of intercourseis helping hand ; shall that city, in this matter, fees for a full course of lectures ire before *' coiniaiseiOijer. be. :
of land-owns aid, others alone'in her 1 I will add mounts to $105. Matrtculator's: S5. DeInonstrator's -
stand only
the neglect to upwards of Three Million,. and this number glory I entitled to a fee 11en4oazs'ia] \ :! ti
learn practical agriculture; cm stservinj; the is constantly increasing., by immigration. that as a memorial tf gratitude, the name of tee, $1O. Graduation, 520.Those : \ bis services i in eachjcase, pijon.'tha .!c ";
details_ and 'recording the factbg. farmin? bv donor shall, inafair hand, be writtenin desiring further information will '
g O J 2. The name of Democrats being.the appellation every of the said certificate to th l claim,,:-.) .\
the agricultural student. HPRACTICC of the liberal t>r popular party of a book to carefully kept in the archives ileape address their letters (post paid) to be> or her agent or attorney; or jt fee ol;; T z
-Winter.-On tha1'treatment! of Germany, to which all the knmigianls before of the institution, that ,'isheri- all time to the Dean; and students arriving in the city* ted ; is'ta8eS wbererOOl\ : shall i'

farm-horses in winter on! the|tt tment of their emigration belonged they do, of come, may there ,read the honored namesof will please call on him at the CommercialHotel. oil ; the opinion :'of,,suea(comm ssioaer. TJ :

the*farmer's paddle and lianrw horse in course, range themselves with the party the early friends f'Austin College. R. S. NEWTON,M. D., such certificate and,deliver*, inclu I t

winter; on the fattening of sne in winter; bearing that appellation in this country, as DANIEL BAKER. Dean of.the'Faculty. i all services incideat| ai 'sucS arrest: :

on the treatment of fowl in nmter; on the soon as they are able to exercise the-elective Any donations made to the college will LAW DUARTXEIJJon. ;. the ination to be p*-.either:CI.Iet .
rationale of the feeding $f anfciajls; on the the banded in E. W. M. KING, professor of Theoy his f
franchise;' and the more so, as country reach their; proper' destination if ed, S claimant or atr ja Dtt.ctrattol'l; ::'
thrashing and winnowingof gr4 on the accommodation teems with Democratic papers iiy the German to either member of the Texas delegation, or and PracticeofLaw. 1 person, or; persons :$ tIIotze.lt: 'f
'' of the grain crops,ia theE eadill language whose particular object and anxiety to any jtafctor or elder, of the presbyterianChurch JOHN DELAFIELD Esq. Professor of Com ; i _the' process to be: edf11; ::suchuuri

; eD the forming of 'dunghills in winter; it is to use this mie rpeUation to the Washington. : mercial jurisprudence.v ) i for.the arrest',.aad,,teatio*9Jj J

,_ on the forming of composts !|In :winter; on best ad vantage. '. October 18ttfAPPLEWN"S communications. pertaining to .this department es from services labors snail abid: (u t

liquid manure; on seaweed as:) :Smanure; ODpli1titrg 3. Although there are a few Whig papersin I must addressed. to' ties to a fee of five doSa-r each;reach, r;

or claying the soil. .: the country, hey bear principally a local JIEClUNICS'MAGA.ZINE E.r.M. Kisehesq.Memphis : 1 he or they may arrest aid talcfc beforeT uv \i

PRACTicc-5pnnSttmnary} of the character, and, relying for their support more AND ENGINEERS' JOUR. Tepn. July, 1850. I commissioner aforesaid,t heinv.- t

operations! and of thp w4thrin spring.Oa'.the on local patronage than on their subscriptionlists NAL-An Attrtdited Ofganfof the American The Faculties, for intellectual, abilities, aad request of saci .fitiiitUGat t. with; 1

calving of owtf bn te taiHking .of they do generally stand or fall with the Engineer and Mechanict moral worth and professional acquirements, by : I r fees as may be deeqed jesonabIs

cows: .a the rearing of calved"
of spring wheat; on drilhti,e,dp the land! : particular section. P what it be in :our country. The: medical :I as may be necwirllyperfofmed js .
work to -emphatically
, on.the sowing of beans;!! on [ Jtie'soxving: of 4.. The Germans, however, being an'intelligent Mechanics'purports to faculty constittean,anomal1' in I this or ed or them; such as *ttjaaing aj the tfst

peas; on the owfog of tares! dn' ;the1 rolling and reading people, are accessible the American a mechanic)Magazine material:affording both fpr the any other country-all of them are able lecturers -II to ,'keeping .the ftti vk>ia:custody' {i 9
,: of land onthesowtngofoatthelambng : '! teachers. him with Fopd"'andlodgingw g
; to round argument, and a paper conducted exercise of bis hands and the occupation of and the best of ers
: of ewes:'on '-- lou hing land our his detention and, uktd the "$aalde&I
; on ,with uprightness, and speaking the" plain his mind thus rendering the workshop what Those who will i contemplate.. geographical ,
land for the i:on the ; : and the extent' of"our i of .uch. aad-in, M
. ribbing eeed-turrowj sow- \th, will be able! .by degrees, to overcome it should be-a school for science as well as l position, i con mj.'vaoain
. ingxif grass-seeds;: the sojijntt of barley; prejudices, correct errors and misapprehensions True science is not the growth ofa population, cant have no:doubt as to tha ; for performiug aucbiqt! lefU ties .as 9i'

-.. on the turning f-dunghills; ; pa the planting and by i its,own direct influence, as wellas practice day neither, can it be:expected that the results eligibility of oursituation for:aa', institution of required.by _soch O,*lafnaat 1. ; ofi-2

of: potatoes;' on paring and bdr.niig' the Sur by.its influenceupon. : the local l Whig papers aimed, at will be achieved immediately, of the kind. As to health* ,. including: all I 'or> agent,;.or A > ) r.rial S I.

:5 face. 'The work: will aiso dn'b'race many now in existence will,.it is,hoped produce without great'labor and expense .but seasons'of the year,. we deny that. any other such fees to ii**axil-up-ail !
i operations not inclodh 4 in'the ,i itj with the fees,nstfllyjcpt) rged, 3w'
important ordinary the desired effect, and gain the reflecting will be to make' the .to city has more.
the endeavor path -
;; routine of farming suclvs s "Judgi and thinking, that)is the influential. por. mechanic A common error exists in' the minds of for bf.the court of joitice tithitt tbte I-
less ,
:: land?: 'Slotting cf farat"1 ; science thorny tbe,1ou.ng the place of study- district k* u ai as la -
of ; tion of the German .citizens, over',to the who in instances deterred by the many students relative to : or. county? Aay I
" Men2 ftJewil" & .c (" 41 Whig ranks.r;. ::1. formidable too'many'anSi,! forbidding is exterior under ng medicine; those who:intend, practicing ; cab.Iet., c1, paid tMh'jrhimints,TP!

_; contributions by'Prof/J'orton: 'will 5. The undersrgne4is, ,well aware that from \ among the diseases of theJV saDd'eouilit, attorneys, wiather"L n .
add greatly to the value of ;|hi book, by be'bu'many..and berions,obfctacles{ to over- which it is presented hi, undertaking1 an should certainly educate themselves- at a : fugitives from.setvicWor.. Ia] bso,

t odopCtng'itto. he foil, dirjuat rn vth, fa;'of come: but relying'upon' the power of truth. investiption.which. ,. might, possibly. mas- school .whose .Faculty, are practically to be deliver,tosu44antskf,4t r J,

our,otm etmahy and'nhe, urt4 'labors of and the co-operation of the Whig party, 'on ter.The of the' Magazine'- > will be S open quaint with those diseases .. determination canissio.' 3 I
' two such oistinguished men' pages S be' satisfied 'oftb not. : 'H'r. ,
jil make this account of the intrinsic ritS of his enterprise and '. 'That the public nay r > .
discussions 'relatinginany
wgrk one of the most to all .JDquiri feel it oar data Xbatis, .
, piedis.id: valJrei&tbeAmericau ,does not fear to b charged withenter. the and scienCes All inventions permanence of this school,:we ; 9.

to arts
farmer, ever JeWed.-from--,ih-_ ,tain:ne too sanguine hopes. ;. if anticipates. .degree..E.L_ .J__ __ ., .S to state.that the. 'Trustees_and___ _-Faculty un I affidaiIma4e by the fijapuot
:; r 1.,1 *jjF result. 'OIIU. cay improvements U;any whicn t .Krva i wits ,his agent of atwrney after 4ech ter.iw
p a. satisfactory form a unit m action, ugusw". \ S
'Thewprlc'wnibf' n'"fl kind, in mechanics, ,chemistry, agriculture, and tbaUlie.pecuhar.,ifl'. ,has been issued,thai M ha eason
FREDERICK SCHMIDT., future success )
Nof of 'e* pages cai.,. |s?ViU i tonkineomi t **. .- the arts and sciences- -D'lad all that interests terhal 'or 1ization; which '.connects, : them,' p that such,fugitiv b4 rescue&b -. -
: zoMuMLT1oNqr'ni'iate&n.;' the'mech niei the engineer, the inventor r -.J from bis ;
: .18 or 29 tngratiiigs owtftflrl! and more I II cannot be intertJ-Pt oktheirpe4beIoIt
than: 6OO.wwIengriTiijgs,' the .highest tral.Committee lassachusetts ,, being satisfied ,'or: the: scientific man, will be'duly rio S Eo WJM.Kum.. fi ; 'taken>beyond tii UUt tg .t

? 4 style of"tic'art: ;'*Il 'will'' '"tandsomelpnntedtmioefcapev that-a perman newspaper,( to,be pnb i iJisbed ticed. ,'s t President of the,Memphw-Institate*' S ,' irijwhich.the arrest iav shIl bd U

;(" 1r aad ta'>A at 25_tts at Washington, as proposed. by;JJIXDxauc i Every4lBCientifie- pr.1ct1eahvorki of any Octf18,1850. ;, p ,IK I i ?of the bfficec mafc
:- nttmbef; br W in advance forpie tweotytwpnumbers.'TK : SCHMIDT,;will beof, _great, importance value;as if r reference'I including l alhhe' scientific ? r. : such fugitive in Vis c todyk *nd tor .
'I, and benefit to the,Wbig. 4tVcoanlryt j jonmhls published either in ThIs country by ,
i: # Dumber .'cijif'l crsent' _bynallirt'peiiodicalJKtee' party ai : wGoots:; NewG'oodl.f !! th to the
and : :will :'be' at-the service ,
'i:t '" :W: <: cheerfujly earnestly recommend to or in'Europe,: placed : '- .l.f'1 1\ 1erbimtG.: 4daibI.aq
ral' I.the W h.igs eve/y-where to subscribe Jar such of"theechtor.:1-f: nJof ;thes foreign Dtoam\he or attorneyand ( tb d
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: and theWO k'will'br' confplcf5d; lr about one ,.fpat -: '- JG RG O 11 'works and A tspecially' the;j jou'njs,_abound .' JL ,Ko efteraJUj 'W be ha* now, ,"Oil .d.c.neral s' < 3S
:! ydi. m st0volm .wtin' bfMr. >AXCOL)1 I \ ..jQhairmaiLPpeTOeTery ; {n matters',.great interest to our.mecluuucs' ., ortmeixt ()f ,. ; ""' :0 maflj noipb4rby4ee&S

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f mot 3 -. again and wen1obut rising asked B*ttf:
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-Th.. ._ .. 1'''tft'&neatlODI.t.-P rtrMerit* help her, as c4 .hdo sours go: down'ud ", .
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:.;: cape aforesaid. dj.! at thn escaDinervpcntlhr tent in to : ; 'F t-b1 ; i :-' -: '' ._ ; and rylfn'thiioblA Structure ofthe"ifniop
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.I prporlOQ' tbllelgh therod: 'n r d Y.'Oet berf'H .1850. i:: Party 1Ia. : r. when atmoetzreongh'; to' reach 'bet '
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owechtrY&ee the ..., ;
: ) orIabt tO such party. Wbere. on same. jj and :> "' k A'.i', .s". '8ed'up tbetasts oflhe Coristitntion ielaxed her
; ank'ibe.gr1a11y boll and
f --1-, Bihcejl of tbes'Senate/biIls itablisbing pl
in '
t. COQrt!far cause a rer.ord.to be tions every r speclshaII'be.'aod'Where .- : e passage / with ]
l t sad of the roatierr! proved and also a'general by, granted t said States of 'A'bama' 'adMisisspphepectively. ',ELECTION RETURKSv:, territorial..governments '&c., we as the citadel of our. Goferninen't, it .one lpnurgliig'cry'4 ;'t i j:j' cllllfPW1dr'
". I dfescrif lion M twi; person so ;.escaping ._, Bwve 1. combine i the eilvCo'ngress' have observed determination on the part of mal.cOme'the Whigs to change the system I thearteneJat4t1e"ti. t/eI/ e.sc.te!
p i 4
vfllu 'VUVCft KWUItVUCUv vv* cuz"uiaj : -I and --s' of their defence-to meet the method and '1<
WMMiJr as'far .
Register heard i
front defiance
Speaker the House, of Representatives. as, compared. the Freeibll pap i 7to; continuein !e the te 'wu ftF
\ \I : by the aftestatOByc5 rftie'cl] ti rk/arid the 'seal t'.' WILLIAM R..KING with i "the,vote-'- in4stj.::." of law,'the agitation.the questions which .direction of the Attack. The _rampart we in g to leaynnd4ked: 1Q .tbq4

; in President Vote would to the, furious and.reckless as- but none couU*t seei Another man,soon
eifig the Senate oppose
of the said oourt ; produced any other of pro -' ... baveso..or lydisturbed: the.eoontry., .Like -dtwSn "
: ,,4. I. State,Territory;'df district in which the'per Approved; September 29,-1850JM1LLARDFJLLMORE.:tlmpr' : ;1J': "Y. fr'f185o.' .1. ,-o/48. and 'J)aw.abJing'citizen. we had ssultsjbpon our national Union is that of the after, went I njeaijjaeWjinjc; : i forand .
'. J -j---- peaceable : mercy arif il'|be* i:t.h* C.-
: ;' 'r'n. Beescipin&h y wfound, and being el* .I-ll'F '-,1-,:' .fr,...CI :* 't4' .! ) ," willed"and.expected that we1,ofvtb Southa ;'. i.M0N WIHO PART. We have confidence hour was at blid. ice'fttclO"W1t tIDf 6

I .':.r hibited officer! autlwKnieipyjbe to anyjjulgje4sjt9rnmiAsiQn: .law of; the r,7or.other United ', 'TBLII.:33r': > ., ':.8. ,- ''IJ': '-" .. ," ';$ I1L i leas,' 'ooId.'ba'ie.aIIowed' :: those';quesi in'its; strength,'but are willing" to perish beneath after being io 6t4r for III tM'ik-
u ell. 2I of bjr thsteamer's .
if. '.' : States to cans*ptiioa 6 escaping from..serviceer A N 4CT siring the auont of the Vnlte States ,I .U R, : Cot' 0 ti ons, once. uted, and, to/our.. view,' satisfactorily its acres, quarters atjoiz4tI. was rescaed
to. act of the Auembly of-Mary. Dnvat 297 240 ,287 234 279 235StJobn's' HAMPDEN. tad to relate* osly niaei t.
.: labor kedelftewt upr shall be held and a Gner. : :settled, to have remained at rest! tale '
land, passed at eighteen & were left ? moirnfol twenty.urbaYin -
: ..
.;. taken to be fall',w :conclusive.evidence of hundred and forty-rou ""lon.t1- huded ,Putnam 181 169 176 '179 ;129 ,171 w e' say"satisfactorily settled, inasmuch as The Palmetto, 'C.anty.Jfadiscn 'o boalJetii their Anal accowU,:Of
the and 1 hat the service'or labor off
.. :. the escape person, escaping, Is 'doo'tb'the party in and Be it eighty enacted!TD' the Senate' Nassau :;,79"83': ': 89 77olu&ibii every.territorial i bill contains the .same.,provision : county.has.given .the ,Hon; E. tb eSe, OD. !child the;of, steward, ,jbe .abovt
by mentioned Ia4f ifbleh .
; .:S such record ;merrtibne
'; J?" anctica bj the said p party of other and* further Americ Rppresenttve assembled Alachna ';, 142' 126 126 :.143 136 149 168 is contained Jin .the. resolutions l .annexing a 'majority of about '.100'votes', over ',,waves, ,swim j Jhg'ijW3th one',band,',wi, so
: "Con're8 .'That.te Marion 214 .159 207. 215 ,,209 .lJ!
"evid nee 1 -
q >.: affidavit/ addition; necessary, either contained oral''or a ssent of'tb Uniecl State beand Fme Orange 25 ,32 19 '39 Texas, which.was entirely ceptable to the' lajor JOHN.,BrARDythe; Disunion ca didat 'signs of life a?ntleartnbe left it.. 'fH stew.t T
by to.\hat : is hereby the' act of the General. South the final am was picked) :!in fcn eIhaustedstatL,5
IS in the said the of the Benton 50 69 53 69ilisboro' and.received acquiescence How is it 1 Are we laboring under a delu] p ,
recorjl | identity person I of its i >The wia drawn aDder
at witetby
Vsgembly DeH
:' : pas 103 150 77 152 of the North-besides a spe1cla se in the the famous and Barbe "
he the !
., escaping; or j shall be delivered up to. c;ember session, eighteen tl and, fortv- si> on, or was meeting some wbouneuedjiun by the Iwsd,uil1"l
.. the claimant any he paid court,commissioner bur, chapter two hundred and .eighty-seveB; Monroe Levy 54 8 maj.147 48:7.maj.155 38 56 132 Texan boundary, bill! precluding ,all. i interferc ue on the 3d of August,'presided 'over by and'who came.rftar drowning him-; A ,

I1 .I! judge cr'otb I"i{person: authorzed by this' ntitled '-An-.act.Fnpplementary to' an act Madison. 120 maj. 150 maj 299 225 nce with the provisions of 'the Annexation the Hon. JOHN"C. McGiE,'a'mere' play of i immediately'aftir tbti be.was seized ." 'q

'.' act to grant shall eenji EnThi i icates to claimants of the of fugitives entitled 'An act to amend the act incorporat- Leon 386 347 375 339 394 308 esolutiohs., Aiy'reteit, ,_ .therefore, ''for wrtheragita'tkin ordt Wewere, told that "'it is long.'since by the breastfU't: id is l8tnpgJDg$1

: 'i :.. cord and, 'ether, tvideices production afor saidgrant rein to g the Chesapeake at December and Ohio.session Canal, Com .Vakulla 158 >93 161 ,89 127 95 fur [\in the South, can .only be we have seen any thing so encouraging and, bad himself to tear, off Jijs .herjswam clones. Aftetjtcovenng-, forthtfya
fianypassed howe-w1 .away
;: : such, claimant certificate$ 'of his right to take p een". hundre';and thiry-one, chapter eijh-t\o, Je Gadsden fefierson 104 maj.ll8maj.50 maj.80m.219. 435 326 236 tie admission of..California. This act, ac inspiring as on that occasion." '*It.was in- steamer, and filing plank I managed to ;
n.; any sack person identified and proved to be h ," and to each and Hamilton 155 164 170 .143* 147 141 cording to the first political axiom of the d eed! a great gathering,of .the people; :tber himself. ,fThe.rest of the crew,and thtf,-

'iJ':: owing certificate service. or Jabbf aforesaid,' which e very provision thereof; and that the same ackson, .362 193 334 173 404 190 Disunionists"that of, State, sovereigntyirrepealabte roads ven on the day.pr vlous were strung j !remaining pa "flgersjimet; with DO particular( :
: shall authorize such claimants '
:, :: eize' ; b e, and are hereby, extended to so much/:of.he jfranklin 90 115 82, 117 100 138 is without ,the consent of,Call with freemen, approaching the Court.bouse i incidents.' 'All |,being 'roused Iron fitheuy.\ >
:;i arrest ahd tJinsporh'ocb'persons to t said canal as lies within the' District ol, Escarabia 37 38 203 156 sleep, no one1iJ; "tin*e .to save anythiogr, >. J
maj. maj.
t. >. the State or Territory jfrbm which he escaped:: I Columbia in 8 full and effectual a: manners -. ornia; the dissolution of'tile Union has inconsequence from remote portions! of that immense county,. and many pusJr'gmiens got:;.out ef.ftbifcabin.n 4:

Provided;that up htnr herein contained shal' provisionsaforesaid were 2893 become of necessity their pis some'for a'distance of thirty or forty miles," | | .
: : t; be se\erl 2480 ,2457 2118 3727 3373 | ? '- -fw 8Boufitr
construed '
... : asjeqoiring 'production of atranscript'of : hereby formally enacted. 2480 2118 3373 oiler, since jthe outrage of which, they complain and that ", the speakers called forth frequent : *
: such retord as evidence afore ({ tand ,Bill. ] : ,
20 1850. _
I _
September .
by their .own doctrines.is now irrerievable. -! of :
: ; and forcible
but in its ,}sefl e, the claim:shall be 413 338 354 most expressions applause. Sic. lrBeiUenaete fa That each of,ti*
>'"! heard and deterrpmed fupon other satisfactory I No. Maj's How is it that such a change has come over
'I [Prune- 34.] surviving, ore widiw or,minor children of
..' :!_ proofs, compel eht in aw.HIOWELL. Wacasaassa precinct. From the tenor and spirit of an article in he i '
minds of
I. A"ACT to suppress the Slave Trade in the Dis- t : this people ? Was attempt deceased, comwiissioiJed and non-comni

." COBB, tre of Colombia Counties unreported foi; CongreSSantaRosal he Floridian and Journal of the 5th instant made to deceive and misguide us 1 Did fanaticism sioned officers,jnuslciim", or privates,wbeth
i Walton Holmes -
,. t '7 Spealer, oftha *foo k r .Representatives. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepresentatives St. Lucie, Dade we fear,our hopes of peace aredestined_ to: hold its 1m change er of rejmlars; i'olnbtMrs! rangers, or militia,:
:1 or a attually -
iWiaiAM KING loun, sway
V of the United States 'of \vho performed militafy e"iceia any.rfgnment .
:. President E rth Senate divides! her to the b e suddenly disappointed. Even before the occurred the of union
pro tctnpore. America in Congress assembled, that from Gadsden delegation on question or company ord4icbwient lathe service'
: I &1LLARD._ FILLMORE. and after the first day of January eighteen House-selecting 2 Whigi and 2 Dems. esult of our political contest is known, and disunion ? How shall we take them 1 What of the United Mates i iit the war with Great,

,.; .,.''' }, j,: r i iPCBLIC hundred and fifty one it shal not be lawful Battle, Baker, Kilcrease, and Kenan. A vithout awaiting the decision of bur people i is the meaning of'all this talking one way Britain, declared' By ihe,United States oa

: .' -No. 32.' ] to bring into the District If Columbia any Whig loss of 2. on these very questions we are threatenedvith and voting the other ? If the Compromise 18th day of Jqne, :-18; >2, or in any of; lbs .>
AN ACt pnL1.e right of way, and making slave whatever, for the purpose of being Indian wars wfee ,1790, and each'eoami! "
continued and redoubled
:. grant of land.19 the* States of Illinois Jtfisinippi sold, or for the purpose of being r placed in In Wakulla. Maltiers. (W." ) is elected over \ agitation. A was and is Mill believed a violation of the sioned officerho!wis:engaged in the mill .
p. of aRail-Kottd and Alabama| from, in Chicago aid'of the to Mobile.construction depot, to be subsequently transferred to any Richardson (D.) by'40"'maj : para raph from one of Judge BEBRIEN'S Constitution, and an insult and aggression tary service of*be I U. ited States in the; late

Be it enactediljy the Senate and House of r other State or place to be sold a merchant. In Jefferson Wm. R. Tayjor (D?:) is electedto r l letters is insidiously thrust forward as the otalkinghorse n the South, why is it they:have',given war with Mesp,-sha 1 be entitled to land u

: Representatives!: {of jlhe United States bl r disc; and if any slaves shall be brought into the Senate over'Bafly, JlV.( ) .and Messrs. : s under cover of which is toe Mr. CABELL an increased majority,:when, it follows : ; | 'f .;
the said District by its owner, or by. the authority i i Those whngaxeiI; I to serve twelve*,r
-" Amerida in Confess1 assembled That the John FinlaysonVf.! S. Dilwortn, and Joshua b made the renewed attack upon the Union was well known, and made a question in '
1 1150* 01 way tnmii i t&be1'H'bl.'Jands be or consent of its owner,' contrary to months! or dining: die war and actually
and the same isjtfereby' granted to the State, the provisions of thin act,, such) Blare shall Taylor (lYe f) a're elected] to the.House.; I Itidciess of consequences, b6stfnafely Denton every county In the State, that be'was forquiet : served nine rn-ithSj:; hall receive,one bun-

: of Illinois for tp ip construction of'a Rail thereupon become liberated and free. Hom lt n. Senate .Register W.) t 1 38, wreaking their malignant i spite at all hazards acquiescence 1 We are no "submis. d red and sit t tfi-i! acre$ and actually:served A

Road from the Muthern terminus of the Illinois Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That it and deaf to the indignant warning uttered four months siall receive' eighty aeresjand<* "
shall and be lawful for each the: Johnson (D.) 173. Asi 'inbJy- s (W.) sionist; but have made these inquiries andremarks I
of those who 'for'
and Michigan .jial: to may enjjSged.id serve any or an. *
.f". a point at or 138 Smith D. 171. A of Dem" Sena by the people in the recent campaign, because know that selfishness,' ,
:': near the juDCtictn of the Ohio and Mississippi Corporations of the cities of Washington ( ) gain we I i indefinite per), and] actually served one.

; rivers, wit-tea branch of the same to and Georgetown, from time to time, and as tor., we fear that there are some self-constituted I passion, and ambition, are conspicuous elements month, shall !r5,ei .10rty acre&r Provided

Chicago on Lalje lichigan, and another often a may be necessary, to abate, breakup : Jackson If Holmes-one senatorial i district." political'l leaders amongst us, who, in contempt 'in the composition of man ; these often That Wberet'e 4n'dfficer or soldier was bo-i

: \ via the toVR.otf aJtna in said State and abolish any depot or place of confinement of feeling and principle which, norabty discLed4 i in! consequence of disa-c
to -Finlay elected over White (bth Whig) every dethrone,reason, and rule the.jogmen, "
f of slaves into the said District
brought : the rore the of.,
Dubunqe in the I State of Iowa biity ID iejTice. expirationhis ;
right, also, to" take materials, with the of r a merd.andis contrary to the provisions by 33 maj. Milton (D.) Long, and Brett: they have professed to cherish, have concluded -hence the necessity of weighing well th< period of rvi iehe' hall-P.Cein the
necessary ]
: earth stones, timber]&c., for the construction of this act, by such appropriate ([W's.) elected to Assembly from Jackson like Trinculo, to couch with strange say-so" and opinions of those who assum t amaunt to wbilh be woold hue bee eati

.' i thereof: PrqviJed, That the right of: means a may appear to either 01 the said a Dem. gain. bed fellows-Calibans of Freesoilers and L to lead us, before we adopt them. The tied bad he served thefall period forwhich", '

:' ... i way shall not ekteecj one hundred feet on Corporations is expedient and vested proper.in the And the: Washington is reported to have elected I Abolitionists-though without, the merit of;r qistion of UNION and DISUNION is one of he had engageU toserye;; : Provided the,
each side of theIrenth! same power hereby levy so rving been in'serviee"'ihattnot i
and person
of the survey M. 6JJ.fi' toad and"; branches a. copy court of Washington county, if any attempt: Brown (W.) to Assembly. A Whig gain. the jester's plea.-He sought protection from I great importance ; therefore our passion? receive said) !an alor any part thereof1, fIt 't

made under the t of the Legislature shall be made within its jurisdictional limits I Calhoun.-Luke Lott (D.) has been elected : the'storm-tlieg,seek to raise the tempest in I and our prejudices should not be permitted i hl.all appeajf the apuste -ro11s of hw regiment

.;: : shall be k1rrectlon, proper local lane I t establish a depot or place of confinement forsJaves to the House over Clarke, (W.) by which to play some tricks of d sp03iti n." to usurp reason's throne, nor should the or corps!<\tiat!:'hej deserted or was di* g-

: 'g offices res to the General Lane I brought sale into the said district as merchandise 12 maj.-a Dem. gain. The Floridian and Journal advises that!L subtlety of the artful and designing by getting .' honorably disc!&arsed.I jfroni service.or *if beji.
:' for contrary to this act. has received :entitled. to anylmilitary.
) i
Office |
.1. days after at* the Washington cf'-1, city, within same.ninety Approved, September 20, 1850. Franklin.-CoL R. J. Floyd is re-elected Southern men in future should rally to the t up public meetings and excitements, in l la land bounty under rjifl t r.tact ofCongreMbere-j/

Sic:'2. 'And Je: itt further enacted, That to Senate over Semmes (W.) by 33. maj.; standard of a great arid united Southern Republican large and populous county, famous for toorepa.sedL i! 'J .j];i'/ ; 1. 1-.

there be and hereby granted to the State PUBLIC-No. 35.] and A.T. Bennett is elected to the House paT!." The enticing cognomen.of i its politicks! ," and irculating extravagan I: ,SEC.2. Aa< furiherenacted fa Thati,( |

.. of :IIIiLoillror jlhe; purpose of aiding inad AN ACT-t supply a deficiency in the appropria over Green (W.) by 40 maj. Democrat is therefore lobe totally discarded, descriptions of their unanimity, be permitted f the period durtag. ,whi h any ,officer or '*pl- *
pay and mileage members have* withi ..
the \oDra remained captivity
making rail bod'branches may ,
$ aforesaid, for the session. Ecambia.Walker Anderson D:electe and even the pet soubriquet of Locofoeo "
present ( to sway our judgments. The P lthettc) '
every alternate sectibn of land I Ip. the enemy sbal 1 t W estimated; and added : __ "
designated Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepresentatives r to the House over Nicholson (W. A Dem meets with disdain. At this' treatment of I her for E. C. '
: : :: by even number s,1 for cix sections' in width ) I. County, by vote CIBCLL the the period of b|s actusjl service, and the person -.,
1 c ---.- : __ L of the. United_. States of:I the former epithet we are, not much sur 3J August "effervescence" 80 detaiod i ih Captivity shall .''receive .
i' notwithstanding
::, Aia B *M .a WWMI. A -.s.a. t. gain.trnnjTp. ,
: :; in it shall J Stages .f __ _
case sjppeftr United ..
'. W sum of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars -nawc vi7.) has Iae electee I Ii I'rI el1. It U ll' an ccyuiuluglvat pignlflcaitun i S-ans\Vel'ennnp"1)anor'1Jorw 'ae_p. Ja..d- ,1. ta..t.AL.IJ.: n.lhiL,_;
have, when the Sine br route of said toad I and th to the House.- which serves at times to indicate in I same manner tpat! he!would' be entitled
" .. .::r' and branches i is [ definitely fixed by the authority l be e same hereby, appropriated i a measure l iiberately, and firmly, that she is. for the ca.e he hat l eut red tbi.: service for the.whole;;.
!' aforesaid' sold out of any money in the treasujy notothenyis' St. Lucie.-Burnham (D.) repcrteJ elected I the propriety of its application ; and the I UNION. That '
any part of any sec ] for i a large: majority peo term made up by the Addition of theme 01. ,
lion hereby granted,*
d had- served during; ,such .

:' emption has att4cbfc4 ftir to the same, then i it of the House per of Representatives, members Monroe.-Senate-Baldwin (D.) 158 ; I having submitted to the last degree of. defamation the late action of Congress, and have now t rm. \ ';_ :* 'f

.' ." be shall appointed be lawful by:! any toe agent Governor or agents of ,sail to and Delegates in Congress,at the present session Pent (W.) 41. Hou e-McCall (D.) 131; i and abuse-doubtless justifies such come to the conclusion (if they ever though i i each SEC.cornmisaJpned 3. An&leiitfurtJur i ; enacted That.

: two thousand three hundred and Cruesoe W. 63. i But for the latter send non-commissipnedv
.:. State, to select,tjiibjejct to the approval afore thirty ( ) ignominious rejection. otherwise) that it is not incompatible with officer, rnusiciiii and private, for whom pro.

: ,. said,from the IjanJi; of the United States dollars ery for for.members additional of the expenses House of for Representatives Benton and Hillsborough are reported'. however, we, would have expected a differ- our rights, and that the operation of the vision is f1a.qby! !\ thje first section hereof. ,

most contiguous the tier of sections above the session each to have elected a Dem. to the-House. entregard. Of indefinite meaning and of f Compromise not degrade the shall receive;:certificate or warrant from
during : us from
specified,so::muih J liid.in alternate sections that the mileage of present the Senators and provided Representatives Holmes, Walton, Santa Rosa a.d Dade to no special applicability, the term Locofoeo [ the Departmea the$nteriorfortne qoanti ,
: high position of equality freemen
or parts of 8ecti|>ns,4 as shall be equal to among ty of land to? which; he.,may be'entitled, .
: such lands as ink Unued States have sold I, from, fom' California be and the Delegates '- hear from. As now reported, parties wil I struck us as a most fitting designation for so and that they will not be rashly urged to and which mjjf ho. Jocated:.by't thewar-,l '

.F or which the-pgh(of'pre-emption has attached to the most usual ,travelling, computed route within according the I stand thus in the Legislature : Senate I 9 heterogeneous'a party, oscillating so rapidly extreme measures which have not receive rantee, or: hiaiheirs-aMaw, at any,.land office ..

..,. asaforesud! | Vrhich lands being equa LI limit of the Unjted States; and per diem of I i Whigs, 10 Locos; House 19 Whigs, 21 Lo' between the extremes of State sovereigntyand the full sanction of their judgment. in the United States, in one body, and

: in quantity to 4"e-half of six sections 1 in: Senators and Representatives for this i cos. The latter have gained 3 Senators and undefined radicalism, and now, by recen COLUMBIA. in conformity to the legal subdivision*,of the
width on each of said road and ; lands of the lands in such
sjde branches public, upon any .
from 6 If Dade '
commence .the day Assemblymen. elects Demo events thrown adrift, without helm
on: a or compass
": the State of Hlinoi is shall have and hoi which .hal COLUMBIA Cor NTT, Oct. 13th, 1850. district then subject private; entry;and upon -.
"of California j crat that will have
was party a maj. of 4 in the
the Maelstrom of
: and constitution on Disunion. We
to and for the use purpose aforesaid first the return ci such certificate or warrant
c e two Houses of Congress House if a Whig there will be tie
: Provided, That flic,l land* to be so located: respectively' :" vided the; other unreported counties a stand-pro; fear much tar the fate of the proposed title TERRIBLE DISASTER AT SEA. with evidence of the1 l location thereof having

;:$': ball in no case'be! fUrtherthan fifteen mile And.that the sum of fifty thousand aol : before. a of Republican;-in times past it has held i a The Steamer Southerner, for New York: been' legally tn de to tie General Land OK

Vr'V.t. from the line ofj.be toad' ; And' further pro lars in addition to the sum already provided :i MUIUJEIlT respectable position, and has still a claim to from Charleston, came'in collision with the fice a patent sljaU! be i issued therefor: thajia
vided-The construction of said roal sha!II the event of th death inf .commissioned
the civil and Isaac Mead bound any
DiplomaticAppropria i much for the character barque to Savannah .on
d ,
be commenced ail i its southern terminus at lion bill be and We are pained to learn (says the Mari respect high pa or 'non-commiapioned officer musician, 'or
vlhej same.is '
: .. or near the junction >f the Ohio and Miss for the hereby ot.appropriated the.1 I anna Whig! ))that(a bloody tragedy was enacted triotism of come who hine'borne it. How the morning of.the 4th inst. in lat.33.'39.- private, prior subsequeht( to- the passageof

.' sip} rivers and-its kiortbernterminus upon' House'of Representatives contingent: expenses on'the day of the election at Vernon the long before we may expect to see it also becoming '. The melancholy consequences$ are painfu I this act, ant who hall have served. as

the Illinois and Micaigao;Canal simallaneouily : And that Hugh N. Smith and" Almon.W. nauseous and eschewed More to detail. ,.Out of 33 souls, on board the aforesaid, and who| shall not have received
.- and contii uedifrom each said county site Washington. .. The victim land fo said services' like certificate /:
of point late claimants for seats in the House than it has bad. Mead, but nine were saved. The rest' found bounty a
: until completed wfeen said branch Babbit citizen of the Willis once already a narrow es
roads New was a county .named or arrant jtJiall! ty issued in DUr'anaf
from, Mexico and
.. shall be cbnstru< ( d,jaccocding to the survey Represhtatiyes an ocean grave. The following list of the inure to theenefit: of his, widow '3whc/
\\ed per diem of fire dol I. Taylor; The particulars we have receivec d I, cape.But /
t: and l.tioQ.lhe ebf:{( Provided further,.That from the'day follows perhaps we may be rebuked as wishing persons lost and rescued ia five short of thenumber"on shall receive v% hundred and sixty s of,
Jar ofbe.rrrival Washing:j jtn are as : Taylor was at the time '
.j the land herebygranted shall be applied .the : board: land in case hr bustandwas, killed in bat-. "
t to day \ to a seat t his brother to insinuate advice when it is neithe; ,
:. ::1 in construction l of'I said road and branches la caim holding from engaging in.a fight,1 tie but not to er heirjv provided she is on-.
,was rejected by ,vote of the no.us of Representatives acceptable deserved Passengers rated-E. A. Bradley, W.,H. ,
.';. respectively quantities'corresponding ;; and, also, the sum of two thousand ; \when.a.. .third party named Henry Winslow r, nor_ : j so that,peradven I- Stanton.. married at tte :date of ,her ,application-! ; '

..'.,: with the grant.f "'fich,' and shall be disposed _:dollars each for, mileage: Provided i; 'not concerned in 'the broil. stepped up and tune,we" 'had. 'best'.leavej the'! .' ".Southern'Republicans",16 Passengers iost.-Mrs. Catherine Provided furt&r, ;ITbat.'n6;,nCI-" "-Dr '
.i of only asphe work progresses, and that shall cut and 'chetb ir Bradley.or issued under lha provisioiisoftbis act, shall
no per'diein be" Loran own cud ,
) deliberately stabbed him tOthe heart.' He die d Connecticut
alo\\ed -
shall be applied b ; :Maginnis, lady and child
tip purpose what : after be lands of the;United States
time :
the ,laid .
to their ally ,
previous fashion.
the own For those however of upon
: soever.1 And provided furtherThat any and 'cmmencement .01 in a few minutes.. An old'end existed between : Savannah;: Miss Harriet arannis,..11'. '
there t
of to which a preemption.Hgbt
I,, ; all.lands he United States presntessioi Congrsi. 'the"' >: with. whom we. act.we have, a word t 0 Grannis,of Connecticut. ; Mr ;A merit Barnes l, pall ,14 '
the but altercation had I '
mervltto by : parties, no of-Macon Ga. or upon ,\vhl ,t l Ihere shall ,be an actual settlement -,
0-8 Mr. Corn
Th Macon
act ntitJed.. Anjjict o:grant -a quantity of say. e name of Whigso: strongly .- ; Ga.; with the
seen to take :place during the day. j& suggestive Mrs. Barnard, of, Wilmington 'Island cjwtivatio, except ; ; :.,
C laad to the Stateof' Ilinois 'for the purpose lPvBuc-No 36. of American nationality, is ende Ga.. consent of suclij; settle : to be. saUafactqrDy :
] but Two !
'. of iff counter'report; not, so'well.authenticated I, Messrs. Adams of London ;"Miss. C.
,. aiding opening i canal to : ; '
nect the A ACT to re real eo much of. the act to the piper land .. .
; approved too hallowed! ocer ,
m ,
riy recollections Barnard proven
waters of the It&nofe river,rwitb', th se'of of August, eighteen hundred forty states! that Taylor had struck Winslow with'astick. and association Wilmington Island, Ga.; J. H: Thaial1.ls -

'..t 4, Lake Michigan!:81' roved, .Starch second' eleveDt, exteud the pro ruions- ,thereof ud t .. After'the fatal l teed,:W''nslo\V Bed an a for.us to accept the advice of the Brown, the Captain's son, Master Jno. Bar' ;Stc::4., .mortgages And'ip. it,. IiUters father! of-eact4 attorney" or,, '

eighteen bundreAani twenty.s yen," be and Juaeao. was pursued by'two. of Taylor's, brothers.Beingarmed .Floridiai and Journal; and to cast it light!y tow, Wilmington Island, Ga. other instruments olwfiling, going to aflect''
the Be it enacted by the Senate and House FR.epresentativesof and : f
hrftby reserved to'the Officers '
are '
Unit.d o brcoritei crew laved.-Capt. R. T_' I.
pfuously aside, as ) iise the titleor claipi. to warrant or certificate -
tattered l ; .
: with a couple'I of revolvers,; : -, aJiy ,
States' from the (pert lion of this act the ,United' States ofAmerica Brcwn/3. D. Hildrelh,'let' mate C. Smith, issued t be s
', ,. Sec. 3 And'I&it further 'enacted,'.'That in Ctgres assembled,that so much be .mounted! alog :IndarneJthetnto, desisfrom i i less, or t nfashionable.! garment, unbecoming 2d mate, Franklin''/Steward, A. McMinn rr or.be..g or J ,.issued:cndet,or, the any land provisionsof granted

t the section* te'of: section*:of land of t 'e.i'ct carry i to effect certain proviso the.pursuit' ; 'which''they according 1ydid our. app arance, in the, companywe. may seaman, H.'Bailey,,seaman, J.;Brownsea'. ,,this act, 'nfeue .or: jjxecuted to the
which,:by 'aocpa 'shall 'remain to ,the iocs t'tbe treaties between the united meet. J s yet Ne''have discovered 'in it n'0 man! issue shall ,bult : :
States not being aware at the time that ,their! : ahd void, to aUi intents
China '
: and and the
b, of United said road& aadlbra j : ches eiJ miles shall on not each'be sold side giving certain judicial, powers Ottoman to ministers Porte and, brother'was mortally,wounded.. Winslow> rents,or aw*;.and'it has,' too,'those recuperative nI.;- Butler. Crew, SavannahJas.' fosf.--Jbhn. Smith, MasS;; Francis and: purpqseshtvhttsoejrer$: ;. nor:.shall such'"

fr less than dcble,the of the United States' in then'made v j jNE'V. qualities the".constant: use/or''whi 'h ; Draper, JDungarian L, certificate or yrSrrant,[l pr the land obtained
minimum .
.- 'price! of cnsul rtbos'coun his'escapej ?. Ireland. ;. Rob't Moore, England :Richard tnereby.be in wbe inflected charged 't
the'public landtjirhen! sold. .- ,approved the eleventh day ; only tends. ,, to!, its improvement, .,whiIe,'ii1s -- iEnglaivdj/Cook any: by
; name- with'or.
,Sec.4.And:be it further, enacted, That: eighteen hundred. d forty eight a etendsj'aiaicto'n TOUK POLITICS.'' fashioll's'! so nicely adjusted as to adapt it I to James McGlowen, 2d do,' New-York: ,Mrs L I,' subjecqpthe incurhd :byaueh payment officer oX orfsoldier.any debtaor.ciaiun ,
the'paid lan bltreb granted to the said over, or the any The Politics the_ empire State preset I t radley"steardess, f :
any phaze of circumstances it o'the. of.t t. i- ProtrMW
iss&pg the
was meant tc prior ;
State shall be'st ject to the of the powers conferred by said' act 'in, Macao -. a lowering a\ .
disposal :/present'momen t! ichhlla
t > aspect/ ; encounter: Received at tbe" Mr/Stantbn: t in/a letter, after descnibfn That beneftji of th' nOtf,
: Legislature thereof! ftr the aforesaid be,-and'the same is' hereby : baptismal founof ,g

m' and no'oti>in; aAd the said purposes railroad and Approved,, e'ptember20185; repealed, Both the :political, l parties have. ,held, :the:1! the; Revolution( embla o'ned..o'n the; egi is the confused interval suc eeding.) the firs to any' pereh&emember[ f',theprt1 ..

,i? branches;shall bpttQd: remain a public' ,h' Blot In ..t,, -'Conventions The. ;:Derobcracjr.tojnoniinate:,Aarmontred,1 State adopted:<:officers!th e sustained by American,arms"at:Yorktown i; shock,. and 'after .the .barque, "had, sunk)' ent shall. Concrress be the'dut,-!ii.f'|ilfroCT4M of, t Commissioner further Th&t'.jt Ibe' '*

waioribenttheGpvemment of_ the Phelph. ('
I' t1I the'Uhited StatelL .f e .from toll"'or:'other ,BALTIstoErjOct'ls; 10-4P. M. old:Baltimore. 'slavery. pfatfbrm j ',:ind noraina and,borne_ :with: affectionate/pride.: ,by those : ; otJ General Iandfce v tider such regulatlona,*
; "The
who planned and established the Constitutioand cries 05 ,who were trying' t 0suetaii as may.be presjbe4btb Secretary of the -
chaeuponthe'Jrdportationofany' A andwhite teM rtin Van ,. '
.iTh 'Af tbb States.' property negro rioTtook'place] i : Duren. fpr-.the'.ne'xt 'Prer !the'Union, wehave! Inherited and cbe themselves were most, heart-rending; to car4 )jtoj.,1] i;.located,free c!.eXpeuseanfai ';
wtroopi growing oat.4 of : r. '
Unit in'Pbiadelpia dencyf.The:,Wbig8 split on he"ayery' and loud above all the other r
was clearl' : iich.bo hbldeiy.l&aInterior
Jt ;'
Hjcb.fi. ArnSe enactedThat : ish the of WHIG :
Slave Law: 'be''ojer'ton name the token that '
Ii \ as desigriates'the ,
distinguished that of transmit .,
if tht said railrold not question'the i majority endorsing Seward and : a femalev I tried 'tcthrowipffriiy -to'tHe'j&inefi ahL J Q1Ii fOjatpurpoe
: o' 'was I '
very'serious damage
: .
; $ empletitbii f Arnericaiipatrotr andwhile' re : coat and boots; but fiftdin ;'it iniaSia4ean4 Jb 1t istrkita*
hts J Iwand the .
tenye.ri, the &tt State i the'melee a policeman lost' one bf' his; fin- r'higher ( in.mi.t1,- headeby d {
embrace wuthhcertu1 i r alacrity t .the ctinof te impossible edout olmy' 'course ,to 'try the said boUer rlwat 'nte8majf-oe ignattv ",
L boeodtoytOitdSatesthiamoub nt bitten'off by: a; hegrp-; .such noblespirits .as Granger Spence r, "
pry .whicb""wa rJ difending to render 'aid to the lady: When nea and/'u"Ja'i. .tha

wh'fb.; r 4ehtipontb sale of ihy The: !Dter.aJol: ,'determined'' and Doer, retiring from,.the Convention ,n.:- and,the Uniciv andsupp which rtfng'theConstjttac, )l\ enough to see her,'I called out to her to take: sam can ,j be.: C.ttdIOm: .the;maps
byEeaId1tatiihetitl1. to from ite'possession
par6 opposition! .are countenanced Siraiiedevelopeine' are,In'lpr' ct from *' < "entails, courage; telling her that 'I would'' soon" b e plans, and 1fi4oolt tbe sarejoorfidm'ayother4fau'O11lEtte
r'QM al. State ig the' ; There" is i ,we cannot. exchange for 'less with i
feiabunar abohtonlst her also '
: any Cbensiyeor notto" her
; 1i ; ia however" b1 J rthe this.'ich'openin'' : ; spend strength y poesessio,
Ule on '
t1 shall jpujvl st "r .f to part of the'a authorities- ptitiiforct'.i.xoimuat rc.! td : >?morertipnaappeilatipnnocountry. .; calling for help;but to bold firm.to her planksince of'_ ihe>lo".. '\' ioi thl 1(

f 1i; bold ih saifie'ih'tbe' Sts er notbe ,to.fcearbf' scenes T 'Bonntf"Xand- QaTr ; relingueh t bthwitbihe, } Jaathope otoar she would soon be. saved;' She replies t onbeingl 1Dt t-.fore 4Ltb.cr5; -,

:'w Lyta sLci6&nUb4tthet'....., ; 'of violence'. and surprised' bloodshed! 'in: some1' of i 'Thls/impgr nt/meas'ur,;&ai;become 'a' :Hitherto:our .banner'has' ;; born e that unless! her she strength-was almost gone;and that tary shall' cau lt-* ; ttobetransaiebdto! ,,
: ; enacted; That the'Northern'cities.. It remains' yet','to'be !law,and,we "iblishit'in fuil.' bui t)the.s'imiple fcrojl,',whicb has so far'served later, .At the was same soon time saved' it would be ,too autb'arraote. isauerindsrhleact" '* 1''IN..1 shall \

t .. the'United St. faal! 'at all-under;'time,'ii;be be seen bold whether,the. %wh; te;,populace" ",wi..up- 'It i is estimated: 'ore-of*tb'Dereaus, |; :where to cover. ,air 1 :,i issues and;Unde> which i (ts !fpl- from.her,,rolled! off bin:; ,plank a man, ,but a few*whether:yard Is livered no patent, ,, UpOIi.jagreement ; : ;po t\ofIJ{ ; ;--1 .

tll 4 telr< at wUleustainthftrmer.:the law or the negroes; ,I i+the/- P' !tlearmyBo1sof! '1912 ;are, kept, that*.the) 1 lowers. ,have been."bl .to foil every,deyiomor lie waspre coQelY'd Aornot could not be date4 Iotqtth_.paeaagejpt" .tkiL

i r JJ f" i. -i ct.i__ ,., ".-_:- '. ,_::_: whole' :number'entitled to land'under thus ct .direct! :attack of monarchist t or demagogue" ascertained; he neither straggled:aor gave& act and.that aFg"h-. t n.e.ltem "' ,. .
fa .bJa'"ci.'n 'i '
but ot :
i boo
;:immediately; 8lLp ared Tb I-
4 i'RuVL1-i PuuTLvANIAT-8n willbe six hundred thousandsMexicanlaridwarrant "(: and'now 1n I1tfb t kribsflmp i U" 'eircu\ ;' ; .oJl\
: t I ;"./ :Tb Lit tient' ri eO<\received'to "show. *;are:' ,\.aeJnng* aty$120'inNew C "' sea; rolled '8O'hearilYd could scarcely,svmagainstit .,, 'TQich,. It, J {1 .(1.t.q 0
i stances !
f1Cenac des. that the' (Democratic tickit tfaf: cojzl4 exuseis. fddlctn. 'ert: and itwas'at; this tine tbatf sour. ''' fjt '
i )*iOrd fiSO sid... d. entire'5 C :Slate :York.v After the."patents"are% Issued i"1- / '; > ;jh1
1{ 'the'i Officer ha*vbeed eltedbyscotsiderab: ; to i.-jii.*vii"newact.the.WiI1! ratii'"f'r J "" Tproac ji ai4tfXcusationeaRa5nst? oq OfpO.:, one of the floating olahkaibr,timberadsUoclagainst :" g %.u :t AL ..
; C..I\ l i t.Mobile all''the maJdrityThe'* 4'delegation 'WIJ ll be : my/ side aiia .rinanrL threw me .uu*. .Commander; U4 g.re-...
CORgressionat conveyedby addiUon-to
:. -! ,Iilt'9 tAJQ' : ) >l Jt'Vhen : ; any } : the sini. derater '
: .:_ I probabJysti.nd 1&Democrtto'OWbigIJ: .ije.market lllped,e1watt{ U;{wid;7alJ g1ewordBut; j' .-'i'ifJitA.! "1iJ. *rVe -*. <> **: ''RecovdagmyselIboweTc t'r steam:alootJ'9Jl. !O *" $,
r" iliesberejoifl its; I: I
turAt&jttha UuU iae
i '! } Jadyuwhfuwas iQ ,
mesud31164Wbigsrghi1J6Uiei to twentycrtbtydoIlats., ../ :1..qt"Pa ; 1. "
I f 'eJJ_ 'f e No time theretore ebouldbe : making Pwm cI then being carted\the top of a high ware, l ttbeBrisbb1by;
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t aieiIc I. ir l from i d.SO says the,Pennsylvania forward* as the ruleof: first] cJftbe; :government, gud ilofeile.to a point near the presume, with substantial accurac r. is adopted at Washington. n''waged against the '
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: Tbe'New Orleaoc ptptre bail 'Galveston 1 ;lte ; r virWof:authorltj iu ..cy)latrjvei ';. J AcqQl'i-vILLE :F14 j! nrore ubierib. tom d urebier I fteets ia bra*.o n>er
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; Baterto the 8th insL ,,. Ij V.j V -...'f' .... : : < V '4VVV I win expose fOrIaI ',In front of the JConrU- "M ot-1fJ\ :4' o', [k.JL ann'sU Proprietor of this;well kaown V ers if steel .feaeralj ,t,

: Tie Governor bar t<*'f; practaift .OJit :ot:-" VLV '" house door,la Nassaa)comnty, on; thefourthienaayr'IJsasry.185I ) 1 q- d.9"'it1t2'D > [ .wpeetfaHy.ttJorma:the ptiblio.generally worker ia Ivory,tone' Mtbea t .

; tioQ; *t ; .fattirt'1jj-tJu ;third; oJ f V V ,U&ClH .or dnd fa pr if t t.D.it .!that he baa added to the former house twenty-odd rzll4ai-sractowt ur .to V

Driftinr1he : Downed by.theliahw Keeble;somnch UMfreof '.tB4:.Bumf of D'7G od V Moiidy; 18th dajrof1prodamallon Ntfler, Ako< a 7-.,as will pa y 96 l&tuer.jlu: thereon'from 1843, .I1ae., &e-i FaacyArtlele.,4 n-J.:feet front with plaxtas in front and rearTBakinj ted JIridze hDdetI V : .

BomittiDrt e" "tieD from r 'I SJJd aU"'JIeceaAl7 lt dbIJt'aaid saiL due of a general characterh, will:.) when it as.eomfortaol as anyHotel in,the South, -orJIWt-
the fraI Governlbenf'for ; tie"pcrthaye' 1 i_. Bonndsrl a ribed oa the day of le.' -eompIetedi .of tfeatcst.ud largstst.kee i I which now will enable hint to accommodate over" earpesters,and.others .

of Santa Fet a direct vcteij" of,The -people, .1 :A.: /1: /JBRADDOC tutrodaeediato the Jaeksuornir market.* tfeetf ;bn .hundred and fifty persons.;Jlis table wifl U I deekint ships; bloeli sMP V \;

the election tb:> 'held ontl! |third Monday Oct 24td. Sheriff and er ot. f aat Colleetor. Invite the aUeat ioirof tin old friend*and tosn. i I tender-the. periatendnc i' of, an. O9OM51IISdhhoulskeepe dreusers and rope i iaad --n ,V
e ) en of Mr. KIEL eottOB bbriex lllt,
V damdloll '"by Tliooine Brvtrit GOT x Da3GIt firtts fcf KJEl ; ,of tbe North by whose aid be fiat _
tbt y01 Qctober. I r. : ) Absint t STEPHEN_sine 7eitnce!;. machine*, revfeff yfa| ...r
V '. t truer of P1011a. r Count a Tax CoUeOofi Sale.i .TLey also l*ars himself he shall act beVriyfl by any Hotel .
The Houston'Telegrat i staHs: that the commend V their Dew,- $a.1iDmeand:xteurfv*' I in the South,'bei. fBw enabled by'th*ednstant' finishers, drawing fraauaT. *; .ii V \'
of Covernor $el* 1i1'lhe.'Te Wl n.t'A it has Icea made known to toe .1YYlrt i of authority ia'me 1>y law vested;I stock 0 the notice and patronage the citizens steam eoramnnkatipn with savannah and Charleston *te,connected witli ftol_.... .
opinion % murder was committed in '. will for saUia front of.the Co in "
a recently r&- roftb ehbaem
expose general tity, county,:& 'adjoining ,to have the advantage of the fine markets of 'eaJb4ertn bitgeJeM4. o.spt. ,
Boundaiy question have; inrjAer tme a great the county of Gadsden. in tbi* State, by one V noose door in Nassau county,on tin fourth Monday ooontie jPeraons Iron .Nassau, Columbia, &s., those cities j Ia' addition; he las'made f- &c1o folder.. __ V
change since he has te ni lh with a James JUggins npon the body of John, White",V hi January, 1851,COO acres of.'land owned who may dcare to make theif trtrehase* at this mects.In ttmnectiea with th* Hotel,at an arrarg times ill 18. l: feahb

copy of the bill as amensfcdj ted] House and that ulc said iliggins is BOW_ _a fugitive,V from by Fleming and son'or,so ranch tt)'.teof as will market would find it to their advantage to exataiue to farafalk fine horses and carriages for the accommodation mancsurereeuini. tuthtk Vidakrv
justice! pay $21 taxes due thereon for 1350,and all necessary this Stock,ia which they ffl find every arti- I of his guests V ; pi-ut .aal rm'makert
of Representatives.; 3M; 1[: Now Know Tfi. teat t,THOMAS BKOWH, Governor expenses attending said rale. .Eoandarie cia in demand in tile country, and which win be The hfereasmg repetatiw which V the climate. of bolt an&oenw..It 4aaq iuil. Is.rjr
I of the StLe aforcaftid by virtoe of the atnthority : described on day of sold on &CCommodatinterml. .1 eoiaers leather drtaSer. '
'laleA..J'B1tAT We'design keeping Florida potfiesse Ia the estimation of the medical ; chrttrs; ,-, n.-
) is jf'veB vested in me by law,do hereby offer a reward up a constant supply bC all articles in generaluse. I LscuIt-4,tar the enre-of eO oR aDd other rare of great gunland 4fi*a aitinioaaolsiaalEan 7 *, V

'as a Bamnary of the eletj ( io. The of One Hundred Dollars for the apprehension ,ort 244ds Sheriff and ex off/Tax Collector. Our present stock connate of a tctU-telerttd I pulmonary dbeases,ha* induced a vast Increase biscuit and cracker maktrK Uaj *akatt'itats iT: V

Democratic candidate for:,10)I.I'.ri$. is elec- of said Rigging, and his delivery into the custody V assortment" of.&ry-Gaod fir Ladies and Gentlemen of trjrtel W this Statt dSrfcg- the fall and winter weavers;atone cutters and ttit tautnti rbu.' 'd

ted by about 1,000 1M5 ; Con.re8IonLI of the Sheriff of said county of Uadsden."J .. NassaJl County TUT: Collector"t Sale. *f;>Qnsuting! of JlttsUns Silks; Berate II mwntfci,of those who"sek the relief afforded by anilderatmospb.re i cloth tubers and seonrers; fO(3UL .jJV, ,
I Said Riggins is abtfut twenty-five.n Calicoes,Ginghams, ,Gaiters &lipPe..io cheese manufacturers ;1M i V
lAjp,4tnH 1 and n. li/me Laces ; end fa.vteW oT tBU fact the ; crown, flry l. ,
: a, .1ta of age 6 feet 7 or tt inches high-has dark eyes B,Y>irtne of authority "by law vested t with etery description t>f.maUSrLd for Coats, subscriber has dntermiaed that ItU.nertimi to" glass! makers mgar boilers an( tlaerl,*Idi jt s'4 V
J 11 Democrats; the came jis| tb'e' present dark complexion and full round face-is stout sad wifl expose-fot sal
Congress. Gaylord's mjc4ty 62, Sweet heavily. built and addicted to drinking., door Nassau county on the fourth .Mon besides a large assortment of ready made Clething upon him shall be witcout regard to toll Or ex- raihrty.bar,round,ribboa aid I; bola;. ;
011ls' f V .' In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto. day in January,-1851 SOOT acres of land Owned by fitting 4o all sixes and of the latest stvles. oU peo.e" SAM IJELS gUFFINGTON.. axle,and spring makers; wgfcfi,drivers .
zefa111; "'ii I aetmybidandcausedtobeixedSEAL. the heirs of John T.LOw,ot1 so much thereof as will stotk of Groceries U also one of the best, and we Jackonyille1 V E.E..Ootoiier3. .lDO if soul eoanected with1 the 'loe oUre" "
The SenaecomprisesI8 gs. 16 Demse.sa [ .] the gl'fataeaJ of the State of Florida, pay $J5 T5 taxes due thereon for l5,And aQ necessary again invite the eonmutaity tff call and examine l ) .r eng and eafctaia.of IItea'ih.Mwtamaasm '1

ocrats and2 Free Sellers!] Ko Whigs V at the in'Tallahassee this : expenses attending said ale.' .Boundaries far themselves-- We have also on band an extensive FASnION4.BLt'T1iLORLVJ. of stationary enginEs .w Jsrssn4 V

33 Democrats and 6 Fred Sere// 12th :.Cafitol A. D. $. described on the day of..sale.y .- assortment perfumery..;cosmetics,and toilet. !1 : -. - of laW mill;.TCD eu.U.en; .ot V V
> THOMAS BROWN A..JU. BRADDOCK. ftf tlClfMat chir.cryeorotnirtefsana pera eOsaetrUIWi-t"I .5.
thiJ. Unionliars ,
A later dispatch to on Florida. oct 21-tds ,Sheriff and ex off.Tax C flectorV KIEL fctSTEPHENS fB\he Subscriber would rcspectfany inform bolting ltd bInepaZttb.' ieMui nssaui,1' .
Governor -
that the Legislator st&itdsim joint ballot V of / I, Comer of Bay and Ocean i t.lt. V the citizens Of Jictsonrriili and its vicinity and persona V U53& aiiibi..IsUtbt. IJ mi**** .

40 Whigs 48 Demo*- '! full r'MSoHers By the Governor. -Attest: Kcutav County.Tax CoHectofs Sale.Y .- street that be has ,taken the roools formerly occupied :nel'J; bahlwor Ivtrsaa4uJtomS
C. W. DOWSING, / ? !- -. -% V .SepL5,1850 tf, .Jacksonville V ;F.. ,by GeL i'anjcrsoa ass law office, where he intends ornament makers In Dbnl. ; (
\L1JL ,' Secretary State B virtue,of authority in'' me by law vested, .J, .i carrying on tho above tusfnes. in which the manufacturing of gas 1+t
V I will expose for sale, in front ofthe Court- he will endeavor io merit a share of the public lead tubing; linen cad strs "
Mr.B .rnnm, in a resejit iddr on Temperance Tallahassee, Oct.15, 1850 24-Ct bouse door in Nassau county,on the fourth Mon. CHEAP 'CASH STOUEi. patronage. He will keep constantly en band a owners harbor mailer,

delivered by him atjtb :,East is repotted : day in January, 1531.300 acres of land owned by ._ ': I IJ. choice aHortmnt iif fine .FreuehUJroad Cloths dredging machinery:well m": C;

to hare said that Be Moujld give more Farm for Sale. / the heirs of Charles Love, or so much thereof ae ,., H: McRORY- 1' JR. "Casisimerev Testings Trimming fce, which philosophers, and others .
\ WILL will pay$7 44 taxes due thereon from 145. and all 1 will Le made to order on the moat reasonable ratos and instruments
drunkard who hadsn4eed in business -. dispose of,at privatejale,
for a .
'! j nj farm on the St. John river necessary expenses attending said Bale. Boundaries ia1ces this incthod to inform'.his friends:and jtcrm. JOHN UENKY. others interested in ; '.' -p
as a public curiosity; |lb.n for anything 'l.'l.tO it: ,at the mouth of Julington creek, described on the day of sale. JL tbe public generally that be has commenced !| Jacksonville Oct..3d., : tIt terested in eioals pmem. t.-

\vhich he ever bad, &oi cepting! the .sixteen miles above Jacksonville.The V A. J. BRADDOCK, business in Jacksonville, East.Florida and solicits I and others using by ,; qasQli'

Woolly Horse, Joice llthraIk Diamond, situation is known to be the most beautifulon oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector. patronage-baring recently visited New i'orkj; t r V Jacksonville Cheap Store. craned,* jack screws eommusa4 E craneR
the"Mermaid or Tom Thnmb| | the river,and is remarkable for its healthiness, Philadelphia, Baltimore' and J-avannah,-at I workers in metals and alley*;;fe '' I

I not 'a case of fever having occurred there for Atlanta (Ga.) Female Seminary. V Which places Complete arrangements hare been ; LELJVITITS BRICK.BUILDIX3, spring manufacturer; 1iheelIgbtsaioc" '
ken arid horologL.- ., eteid 1 '. ; I. V
J. R. Giddings affirmed if. Vaddresn at years. The dwelling is spacious and comfortable, exercises of this new school commenced made for be mccej'sfal prosecution of all kinds Bay Street. The have :f-f.- '
THE publisher .Mn
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the accommodation of the in last the business in which on'Soiilhttn Planter are SUBSCRIBER would' expe4q '
that and calculated for a large firet Monday July under rEllE respectfully i -
Cleveland a week since;; any fugitive family. The land is of good quality and well charge of A. R. Kellam, principal in the literary interested. Goods of etery l description i will be Jl form the citizens of Jacksonville and surrounding -. money to get original this drawiatTof* eUBtry,li J;J

slave! having been once .AnjBritisb Oil, adapted for cotton. There is a flourishing Orange and hii accomplished lady in the mnsie and orna- procured at short notice sad supplied V at very country that be opened the above establishment practical use in work t countryabamt the /iam4 b4i. oracu. '

might return to tbe United'Elates with impunity grove on the premises which formerly produced mental department, with assistants of bih'quali- sMAit PROFITS. with a view to sell goods at rtmonaUt in evary on suejiKshed & etaerpn 10
Evgland Francs V'ttis
as be could not iaga n b>, reduced to an income of a thousand dollars,and will shortly Scations., The Institution.wUl. be divided into PRODUCE of every kind win be received on rates, believing that -niuibW i*nny is better eential part of which beuiij f-mt _;.
slavery, and that the courts both North and do BO again from the present thrifty and healthy four classes, fourth,third junior and senior. A sale OT.shi"ptnent.lIpon which iibrral advance will than a slow shilling."* lIe has received and is Dictionary,render it M perfect eosrM* d ia i% f '
j appearance of the t cea. The Post Office fcf M an- preparatory department will. be attached to the 6ema&. Arrangements made for Shipping Tim' constantly receiving, the MOST FASBIOJABLB and sive as The :V
South bad so decided !i darin is within two miles and the steamboatspass school, and conducted under the supervision of the btr of every quality. LATETT STTLE of fancy and Staple Dry to nse great economy publish ia *?* -

and repass before the house on their regular principal. The school has been furnished with a BOOKS.PAPER & STATIONERY of eveiy Goods, to wit- ofthe work contains at leact typc r' t J

Prof. Webster' family c re boot to re- trips to and from Savannah. Those wishing to fine and well selected apparatus globes astronomical variety will be kept on hand.r supplied oa short Kriglish anJ American Print; Ginghams: : of words found in ordinary pages f Vr V .

more to Fayal where R da gbter, the wife secure this valuable property may call on, or ad !, geographical phonographical sound charts, notice. White and Colored This has also secured to eaeji'' 1
of the Governor, resides. dress by letter, the eubacriber at Jacksonville, maps &. on a large scale, to be seen and read AGENCIES : Ciiambrays; JJusIinsj drawings of ample size and elesrBW*, Embroidered MuslIns Linen Lawn
Florida, CHARLES BYRNE. distinctly from any psrtofthe room. A good library ; ; .
I. The agencies of several important"P"tTSTrMIDICTIES may construct aeearau-;. 1
1 October 24 1850. choice booksalso to the school Silk Tissue and Bareze L.C. Hand ,y'f t.
of kerchief
John Wise, wbo killeiJ "hbi D. Hart at Jacksonville, belongs have.been, obtained among, which is ; -; acrmed; V, ; "
. for the use ofthe pupils. Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs The 'detrained .
; publishers are, "in"znojt.{ 'J
Talonjra SIo eighteen j mofitb* for the and Arrival of Fall into SesSions ,
ago Important The scholastic yea.rwiU be divided two -
Gloves Silk gardless of to make the
Cotton Lisle Silk and fco. cost rk >
.Bcdnctiomof his wife,, bis bien Wed and ac.quitted. NEW Winter Goods.-The subscriber has I of twenty week; each1;there.will be at least I ; Span possible; and it is LopedobtantbeworkwilIprocuaa rijj oarpbtt*t J
hand and offers for sale at reduced examination each and White and Colored Hose; : ":tIt t
: : |j jJCDGE : now on very one public session a quar- .. inpgJ .
,, prices a new and well selected stock of fail and terly *& will b.efat to each parent or gaar- HalMlpsel bers, and thus the' "" ...* V'_ .It "
encourage ::
SHARKET.Yfe .observe oj. by late winter goods, comprising every article in the Dry dan, giving a full and fair statement Of the etaadng CAN IAN Brown Shirtings and She tingMJ The work wiQ be issued Ia the'esterprfci.riT ijlify'ii| rr '
Goods line with an assortment of fancy articles, deportment, and expenses of the pupil. Ii .
I Bleached hen commencing in January,1;OHM f
Mississippi papers thai trtis distinguished i selected from the most fashionable houses. He ,a$wfll. -

citizen Pre deut of the Nashville Conven- has made arrangements to have goods arrive cession RATES, $8 or; fourth TutTlor.-Preparatdrj and third classes classj tJ: junio per I ERJ1U II; GE: Irish Linensj) Silk Cravats; Colored Do., gress The with whole great work regularity-will tie .bII3I.- V 'a' .

rtion was to address a meeting*>f the friends of :weekly, which will enable him to keep his stock I and senior classes, 20; music piano forte 20 1; guitar Table Damasks; Scotcli Diaper ben, at Z cents ef Pumbeti Id Een4ets wItIA'V U

the Union at Vick6bu ., Hi* repudiates ul- complete. : 15;ornamental branches JO; vocal music, 2;' S\viseahd Cambric Muslins in the current year,1350.V X J&eraj a..t..r:. ,I

traism in all its forms, and sustains the action -\ Thankful for the patronage he has received find library and incidental expenses, per quarter X. A AIM.REMEDY Bar'd Do4 Striped Do.; be made to agents: -V.; __ >?, ,,.
be his old friends that they can just I "
assures .No pupil reeeiv-edfor' less time than one session Any one remitting the pBaisher $10 fa afc
I White and Colored Berlin Cords *. ; )
in the of the that ;
of Congress acjastrnent what they want at tile Brick store at prices V -
WORMS. shall receive
,and no deduction made unless for protracted vance; the worti', ; thnflza tto MS* t
questions growing out of the acquisition of -aim t fail to sait. lie would say to those who sickness. Trimmings ef every description; office tree of expense. :. 'fjlf;-. ,

Mexican territory. : : fIt intend purchasing that he is always ready and From their experience and former success they Cologne; French Extracts; 1rIa.reh IL !I. ,. J
willing to show his goods .feeling Veil assured feel confident rendering fall satisfaction. Their unquestionably the best VfaEX MEDICIXX in use; Pearl, Gilt, and Bone Button; '" ,

is understood in Washington; city that! that they cannot be beat. The stock consists in facilities for imparting instruction are rarely it is a positive remedy and can always be depend Coat's And Lee's Spool Cotton; Mlu"! 0. OWF1t1Djr .: ",.1 V V ,.
ef- ed on and perfectly safe in its OF TUE STATE
part equalled! The advantages of the ,location need operation. FUMqDA. } :
the'Austrian Government h ttlten --excep- Colored and Black silks: plain sad figured Of not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalled ALSO. Mosquito Netting; V 'j : ,., t.-' <.!

tioa to.the course of tbetUzjIe&tates;; in reference -: every quality; English, French, ana--American and health undoubted. Board can be had in the PARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE IREMEDY Fringe, Gimps, and Edgingvidl V Slate HouseGoternor''Tnoins Ori ] ,' t
to the liberal and Christian spirit prints; Jenny Lind Ball dresses; -wkhe and best families on reasonable terms. For any inforniatten \ every' variety of Goods usually kept in w
blue embroidered Crape Fhaw1.sj Cashmere and the An article of great merit and which no one who Bwrwy. :H : .J
manifested Guverimi&utpa behalf of wanted; address principal Atlanta a Dry Goods,Store. Persons wishing to pur
.by our of C. '
a Horse should be without. I Secretary State W.ij; .. ..
Delane shawls; worked Collars; worsted Hoods Ga.CIet 24-3m owns cbase,-will do'weU to call and examine thy them- : V 'I
.BnnpriaM.( i- 8 V plain and fiU ed Cassimeres; Cloths; Vestingsj V Through arrangements with BVPuUi I Attorney General DAVDP.Ii(4cav V:; 4

; i Green and Line Berate for Veils; white and red AiriculturalVarel1o.use" flatter myself that country dealers can be supplied selvel.WILLI.uI P. DEWEES. ComptrollerSixo3Towr.n, ,..,...16
cWdct. flannels; &wtch Diaper; Kentucky Jeans; Ker- with SCHOOL BOOKS On better terms than they Treasurer;:WM. R.l 7' V
14. etrt; Tweeds; white silk and colored Handkerchiefs HA.\'& purchased the entire stock of agri- can hare their orders filled in NewYork.ltehailbemysimtosatisfyaflwhomay. April 18, 1850. ly .Register State Lands 4&p' .V ;!.Ji" V

The House -Bishrtpsiof
Convention cUbe Jlpistojlil 1 Church have ?; Fringes; Gimp and.lxittoas.for trimming; t Webster the undersigned would announce to With their patronage both as regards price DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT / 'r.;: : -'fo M
refused to restore Bishop Cgiderdonk to his.Ecclesiastical Velvet Ribbon;.Kid Gloves; Rennet Trimming; the public that they have greatly increased said and quality and tare no doubt bat that I shall .11
CIrcuit ;
itllpt. {
Silk Gloves; Plain and fancy Work Boxes;.Vases; stock embracing besides a great variety of other succeed in doing so.Dr | \
function l I .y'i"Wjtf French Extracts; German Cologne; Knives Scissors articles generally of the,following character and V NO. 73 YORK STREET. "Western. | Hori.G.& .Jk 1 W; .

I ,H-; +-' ; nazon. &0".,&c.; with many ether ar&des description Agricaltnral and horticultural im- Christie's Galvanic Belt' BniJe1cta Middle. I Hon.Th e. Ba1 I _
Hll! TOK, Oct. 14. in the fancy line, too numerous to mention. plements of every variety,of the most recent and Necklace and Magnetic Fluid. (REAR OF THE COURT HOUSED) Eastern. I Hon.Th< Doog .st .Jdek.n.yllie., .

In oureit3r-today, MjiFsiWilliams, an in. { -Call and see. W3J. P. DEWEES.Oct improved description; Ire hundred plows of every Far the Removal and Permanent Curt of alll'itnO".lI'l SAVANNAHi GEO. Southern. (Uon. J,B.LaacsbT. 1e7 West..
-24-tf description: materials for tanners turner, and Liiuattt J. M.Landrum, flbl. W Cbdho'S. ,
terestins girl of sixteen'bfte other keeps bras. and iron foHnaers-embracing article V
1 every ALKXAXDCIt GAMXTIVAV .B. Stephens H 'Ij ,Qimy.' "
which ,
j. boardin "honse in PronE Ivaoia. Avenue.was JUST RECEIVED.- One dozen used ia their line, including *U necessary tools, And of those Complaints are caused by J. P. &. E, i i. I; 3absouvds
weakened i
MATS an impaired, or unhealthy condition of his thanks to his friends for the
accidentally shot 1>V It See..at manufacturers prices. '
Hats. O.
negro buy. >le black silk One dozen the V RETURNS & fI W- -
received since be
is supposed by her Medical: p.tecdants| that military cloth Cap, with cavers. 'One dozen Jo1rIICr.LLAlOIEOUS.-r..ouer and common gins NERVOUS: SYSTEM has commenced am5 4r .
glazed Cups. 611k Umhrellas. Boots. Shoes, jack screws, store and cotton tracks wheel barrows ; business in this city in 1S32 and would state to his Ccruntyi '
:ebe cannot live. : > This beautiful and convenient of the friends,and the public generally that daring his First 2i. Ztk'g
&s.-for sale low. WAI. P. DEWEEd. road scrapers, hydraulic rams,free pumps application [ name lodge of Froiof
: Oct 19 24-tf patent chains to facilitate the drawing water; mysteridM powers of GALVANISM,and ilAG- late visit to London and Scotland;he has acquired Circuit Court-3d name, 4ri-4t ssas V

Drn.-A telegraphic rsoorl from Cum- Georgia and French burr millstones;calcine ast- NETISM nag been pronounced by distinguished varies* improvements connected with wherever. occurs, (as ,ia_ tlfr4s4s4 be) Taa

iberland, Maryland tat i tjjat, a duel was Xarsau Tax Coflector'f Sale. ings; Plasterers*and raw for farmers; plantation; physicians bothin Lcrope and the United States DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING, Assessor and Collector.J 'I'i r .
County Mills corn and nut ]mills screws mill ireae to Ih the most Tiluable mcdiciiial diteonry df the
fought near Shfpardstb\v: Va, between ; ; ; wtiich County. !: r.0I& ,
"D: V virtue of authority in me by law vested,I.LP bolting cloths picks reeds shuttles. and general I ./ i he trusts will enable him to give general ir V Io"..
two distinguished politicjiank, iii i which one will expose for sale, in fioct of the Courthouse finding fur eotUn and woollen manufactories. .ALSO, for several Kinds of"Yegetaole Pills," satisfaction to all who may please to favor him Wetter* C&4L V i, V"< ...

was dangerously vronnded.j 1.;'Xo Jiames ho'- door Nassau county, on the fourth Monday Miu. 1ohcn)1EJ1.TOO1.[ Jkc.-Having the including, Rev.Dr. Hibbard's well known anti- [ with their *atronage.Ladiet' Escambia Charles Evans)V '! r 'ir

ever are given. J j ; January, 1,51, 2K acres ofland owned by cgency fer various aId extensive manufactories Bilious Pills, ani Wild Cherry Bitters.-Orders silk and woolen Presses, Shawls fce., I FEUeLaKoi! I.. d. ', ,

'ro-_' _ Surah Pttty er so much thereof as will pay $4 92 we shall be prepared at all times to furnish every from any part of the Country will receive prompt I ileancd and dyed Various colors so ail to give good AntoineJCoBa*,'L." seV
M.vuaiir.rx| ; taxes due thereon from 145 and all necessary species machinery-on the shortest notice. a. ntion. V sati & tion.. Tabl, Covers cleaned or dyed M S.ItOl John Chain :; 1 10m.B .

expenses attending eaid sale. Boundaries described The highest market prices paid at*H times for Oct. 12th,ISM.: 6a. may be required Gentlemnen'sgarwensrenovsledill S Amos f j" V
At Jacksonvill, Eastj Firidaj on Thursday on the day of sale. wool ehetrpsfcins, and bides. All produce of the the came good style as formerly as not to be J& R, 1i 1 rj;il.i V V ": V5V M V

the 10th insti, Ma G RctVixc ATE, A. J. BRADDOCK State received and sold fer tie usual commission. D.WILCOX'SCompouud surpassed hy any done at the North, or dyed as Walton Daniel Md !', UsheninE4t .

to Mvs MART '. Collector. S. & H. lIOFT & CO. may required. Ladies' bonnets dyed black \ 4DMe&lnfld i"t V' 1
TKEBCAI-T; } oct 244ds Sheriff and ex.off.Tax cleaned and in Ladies ;.1 111
:*. j Extract of SarsartarUlak} pressed a superior style. ADMeXInan* -
No. 171 Bay tIred Savannah Ga and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned ann the "B.l4'f

Arrivals at JatkioILe Motel. Nassaa County Tax Collector1 Sale. RE'E1tE'ICEs.-Je. Padelf rd, Fay& JCo.5wift. Original! of Totcnttnd't.Eis most approved London fashion : Holmes Owen WIl Williaar MeCsU ii'5tc01' ;!.1' ; I

Oct. 20th E. W. QairJbJe: Tallahassee j* ..y virtue of authority me by law vested Denslow. & Webster.oct, 24-tf NOW WELL KNOWN ur MANY, Sir. 2X* KIEL: has been appointed'Agent for Martin Brett, V :r : r.:cT '

O. H.Gadrfen, James ( a4en,:F1a Miss i--3 I will expose for ale, in front of the Courthouse GOODS NEW GOODS i Tbe !) easily proved by us,thatTOWNSEND the above establishment,,and will attend to the EHewett* \H .l,1i' f hA.

Edwards Fin R. Bov.1. Savannah Jacob door, in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon NEW respectfully informs the public reception aDd delivery of work ia Jacksonville and Washington Wash TabariJasGLwae ;! k -i. V
; ; in 1351, 12 acres land-owned by Terms 1: ;; .
January the surrounding country. moderate. : ;
day I
did obtain from DR. W1LCOX the
for :
that he has hand receipt
generally now on a general
Butherford, Empire Milk:'1.. S. S. Stephen, Joseph. Suojmerlin or so much thereof will pay assortment the March 21.1650. 3m '-
Made manufacturing original
::Madieon Fla; Jno. W.. Pace, Capt. Smith. $2 i>7 taxes due thereon from 1S43 and all peeesary of Ready Clothing, made up Jackson FrtdHPittitttoiCalvin Mrlaa .> .
ef fbs best material.
to his order and The
Black Creek; Henry Saaler ,Fla, expenses attending eaid .sale. Boundaries of cutting cannot, be surpassed. The stock style eeatsts tVlLCOX COMPOUND, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c. Sam C Bell**; .iV", : .'V-f
of and that he the character > ::1 V
did.after and .
1- described on day Cloth Frock reputation 8teithl*; & V VV
sale.A. in of Black Coats do office
J. BRADDOCK port ; V was established the most Calhoun Wet B w 1'', tDnu'aTftiI 1. V
as being
and Drees Coats Cassimere putsiciAss fiacfcclST* .
PORT JACKSOIt\W.LEi OCT. 17. ; Figured and Tweed TO AriCOTOTKT > William "
oct 2t-td Sheriff and ex.oIL Tax Collector. I EXTHAOUDINAltY MEDICINE ChukS It ; i '-.
Toats plain and fancy figured Casstmere Pants MERCHANTS, EHas Braaeh' j t. ...
Oct. 18th HanjetM do do \ ode; black satin and cloth Vests; Shirts : in the world, far the following, diseases, such : J.'N. HEELER BRO bloat iEpect- Franklin V ATBenIttdIVVSa'lWpex: Ar t'u4-W
-Brig ellt, N. Y. Tax Collector' Sale.B DU. I
Nauau County .- Those
in want of tbe above articles may rest as Scrofula GoDJllm Evil Salt ,solicit attention te their fresh stock Bf "V, ;

22-Sch. Lidia AnLiFo'Aas, Sn'h.Oct. iY virtue of authority in me by law vested assured that the prices will be as low as at any Rheum, hjysipclas,tirfiug' -Tightness English,French, German and'American Drugs 11-1...'t ._a I j 'E's.'r'f: s.1ittkcfrrltm .'.''".. 1

l th-Sch. Mary E'a' ,Morris N. Y. I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse establishment in the city, as Ian determined that of the Che**,' Dyspepsia Palpi. Medicines Chemicals. Paints, ()1k. Jye Stalk ,. t t t- 'i :. :
no one shall undersell in an article of tbe same tha Heat t and all *> .
door in Nassau county, on the fourth Monday tationof r Glassware9 :1'e omCrt IAlent Medicines & .
;;. .18th- *4 FandaiaTovrnsley} "; Bridg- January, 1j)1. 4.0 acres of land owned by varae. W t.'P. DEWEES,. Nervous Afi.-ctioD.-Geuer.1 Debility Fluor Al- 'I lIarJpt(J'tnell..NtW' Store.No. ll Mark 1 at, GaJSd ZuM .} d IIC7VRobtCLeste4t :'t't _

port. ; the heirs of O rims or so much thereof will pay Scpt2CtfThick V Store Bay at. bus or AVbitcs"lthcomitism, .fryphili', Liver- .I with .fti1l111IJ'P1y of Fresh Drttgu-and Medi.I iii d'..V,'.' : .t
19thAlbeit Finel, Anderson $9 DO taxes due thereon from KU5, and all necessary V i Complaints, Cancerous Humors Meeanai Usea i eineswe respectfully! solicit country dealers to examine 8amuslBLO4r ."?' l.t
said sale Boundaries described Notice.TO ses. ate. &, stock before i'SL1eo' ;
."N..T. expenses attending .,. t our pnrchasing-'elsewhere, '
J I : on the day of tale. THE OFFICERSAND SOLDIERSOF For some pdrpose, and no doubt In order to promising' one and;all who nay feel disposed to ; .. r:'. Tlahui4.

A. J. BRADDOCK, .THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE. make it cheap (for the genuine cannot be made extend to us their patronage to sell them genuine I 'V I n.-A 1Ll I', it"1 1 ; : "-4.. :.". .

'. .IlonD4N0.: oct 24-Us Sheriff and ex. off.Tax Collector THE REVOLUTION. without great expense) pollute it with minerals Drugs and Medicines'on- as liberal terms ai any Daniel Alfred A MeKaiThoa Fi" I! .f,_._: ..
such"as t'orrowive tfnhumatoj Sulpher, Sails. other house in the city, and to faithfully execuU ,.

Pleasant sad genteel a rorinu4iiion; for single Nassau County Tax dllectrf Sale. ftY a teeent Act of Congress officers and soldirrs .Saltpetre,,,. ",. V all Orders entrusted tons, promptly. arid with do.patch. WaknlJlJeffarsoa JoIlltG1'arkJ.' ; iiP. d. ..
.I.D' who have not received an Now in the above abuses,, Dr. CU ID ; t,: ni
families lie : ( ) entitled eonseqaeneeof Vi -. lit I t ': 1f.'li1t47
persons or can frond at )Irs. FwTAZt'1th I B Y virtue of authority In me by law vested;twill tv BOUNTY LAND for services of quo mouthor WILCOX has concluded to give his whole.time Oh'p cf'th proprietors V being V a'regular Physi V 'Ab..ah' ''I I', ;- -t

old Jaeksonrilfc Wl '(which baa expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse more; the widows and minor children of those and talents to the manufacturing of cian. affords ample guarantee of- the genuine # JCraven Chad. ; 1atfoafl&'. 1 _.1t,1o" .

been thoroughly repaired:izla'renovated,) opposite door,in Nassau county on the fourth Monday deceased are ajso entitled. The Snbseriberwill IlIS OfVN J ORIGINAL VO fPOUND; quality of all articles sold at their establishment; G Fifet'" ": _:"J V
in April 1351,230 acres of land owned by the undertake at moderate invite and J ames aT.ckV5 -
vVe Druggists
a compensation the
respectfully -cooatry
the EepoLlkaa omce, *jB ,atreet,Jacksonvine heirs of francis 1'nehes., or so much thereof claims of those interested- Having been employed in ils primeval state of vegetable purity so that merchants who may wish to- become Agents for V V V John WOOtea V 1; lriJ".c'*l "x' -

.,..East: Florida. *Oct' ; Zl-Soi5 as will pay f 5 46 taxes due thereon from 1343, in public office for several years bis experience the afflicted of all ;classes may hare a healing *Dr. Keeler's Celebrated V Family Medicines" Madison'V I fcLcrat1e R
I and all necessary expenses .attending said tale. in such matters will enable him to afford great balm for all of the above complaints. And from (standard and popular remedies) to forward their 'j ;: ** "ii1> q
of the &
TaT VfLetteriremaiuigtbePostOeein Boundaries described un day of sale. facilities to claimants for LAND JAN U F&N1ONS his knowledge for the last ten years wonderful TMdered4t. *> L.W V V
healing propensities of his compound, be address.An lIamDt II J Stewart :>: f fRifbt l" 1 *
Jacksonville rlao4 er- ;lOt A.J.URADDOCK, and save them a.great deal of.trouble that be warrants a .Soliciting the paonaiTueaer3)ect. c r : ;":"
hesitate to .
AeostaGeo.'C.Adams A h RVKV KeUyiJfctjuooltoo. ) oct 24-tda. Sheriff and ex.off.Tax Collector.. and charge expense u made.; Where All letters he obtains post-paid nothing will receive,.no cure of AST not and to say ALL I of,you the the above diree disorders V ona.., Don if fuy.remain, J.N.bELEn' 'I BRO, .W' J LIvef J01. Jf.. .] [ .1,.-.< -- -'-<*=rf i*.** V r r

Geo.W. V CO attention and the forms and persevered in according to Wholesale No. 294 J ar"tllt. .E4i : L., t
prompt ; Druggists
NllSIllu'County Tux'Colledor't Sale. necessary and,have : V VV that have tried ,$ana & il1as. .
Adams Mrs.BraddoekWn.. f2 V I nstruetions sent say yew V ubimbia Ja.SJonee V 'vf!! Uptif .
B fceonv V B.Y virtue of authority in me by Jaw vested I C. W. BENNETT Att'y.' not been bon. fitted so you won't try SepS.27Iy P&Oadelp&ia.Art s ScIrboreug 'J TV' .

Leo JU. 1 will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse Washington D. C UR IV1LCO3C8. l'. .. AJTWdgh I VV ..;t.* ;
Braaning Capt.:O.T;2 1 \! door in Nassau county on the fourth Monday October 17, 1850. tf Far there has.been many of the name rdt upon '3ZehaalOId ahd Scieiteesl Alichu V ft
IMU.r Jw. 4CT4dnaBori V January, 1t51, 1W acres of land owned by ..
: 3frAfcKaijton. the reputation of this article. ,,and, we,tell:you e
W..W D J. Marauder 'r so much :ihereof as will pay ,Noti e. fSIX V confidently that theV V > APLOIco4: NETfl Chuti:1 1|' > ; .-t'i
Beiiaat& G... $2 46 taxes due thereon 1S45 and all > ,; ,. "
CIa c.p&. 2: Afexcader JfichelN attending iom said sale., Boundaries ne essary WEEKS from date 1 shall V apply to the 'SARSAPARILLA'COOT HAVE IN-COPKSr PDBUCATIOIfi- VV '_ DuvalNaJsaa ; $l ;, i iIf V
4MiaeNnDF tl ',
7 !
of Probate of Duval for letters Ixmis Fleamc
BroOb i Edward J. described on the day of sale. of administration dge on the estate county of George J3. is, though excellent-in its mialities one of the IrA Parts Price TtWttJ-Fi .Cent. each 5 Joan.G&ai h:. ar :**<.

.. ts'sinirDavjlL. A. J. BRADDOCK, Rub ; ; .. most inferior ingredients of this,may we not truly' OF2dA CHI.VE8.MECILJN1C8EN.GIfE ; -, VriaaBowdearifiCBessent Mk'T'f4 .
&E 5 '. I *I 1 t.P C1-tdV .Sherl1randeLofLTaxCoUeetor. Oct.2-6t, IIENR D.HOLLAND.Notice IVirndtT'lVarlciHf CompcnHid the. WORK AND ENGINEERING; V .. : Jas l' O'Neill r V rjs ;
IPendajrvis Geo. '- V V Now friends;these assertions art,true: to Designed for._Practlcdl':Working Men n4 fcPj.

CaldwenGeo.CharlesG -, ,-., 'n'cp EiiGary jTajsatTax Collector Sal V I letter bat we say them not to insure any und,put thoai'intended for the Engineering -_ V .. -., "tf -!.
'.: .. P. oIua because we have a right tff the benefit bf troth f }. 1.
V CanpeBterPoeter. ti&epbea, ViJ&tt j c )Y virtue authority la me by law vested,! SDWEmrS'a&'c1ate'J'aha apply to the and it is also true that if yoa will call ;en'os, we 2 -ProfeasionV ;-. .?-.-. .''-i -Peter Ga4J1111J1Phni B : t .:; F1tBC5novi'V'

V ," "J VI 2r .k.P will expose for sale in front of the Ccort- for letters will give you names and residences of people who EDITED I1YOLWFVLL, BTXCXE; ._V _;; '* /
Capt.fniG" J4 'l ;..R Louse door in Nassau the fourth Monday Robert Smith which has astonishednot Formerly Proftaor 'of-Mttkematut, 't '; .1E -
f-t: county,on administration on the estate.of have been cured Of diseases ; cc&jy Putnam Cbu W Brush PttkI'
1.J. :j, : &m1. I ia January, 1$1,400 acres of land owned by .. only themselves but their physicians,and also Civil EngineerLondon, ..i ; it V

... .. t. 'iFu$,.-_ .G' .. the heirs of Mais Drury or so much thereof as ,40tt&V DANIEL &;GJRpNER.-. names of IOmt-.01 our but physicians who .are .. r rewror of tArrCdfcw/iu ofFgrmJ*: 2lt 1 'bt'?jal i*
1 '-". will #9 94 taxes due thereon ,. large tpianU- .lcewad Jmrraeett System V ..
-" .- ; :' 6 pay from 1I5and V using;recommending and selling fLop; Orange1 1 WmC.aobsZt4l V VV
Mrs-Patrick t.! Cap& G aU necessary expenses attending said sale; !.lioaa.daries .. '0 ,. Notice*; i : tieS of Dr.,Wilcox'a Componnd.*.Be very careful S rithmtj' -"Tke Element li7T t Mtew,: .
GalabetLereBMHasxardA1 +r.. I'd'A, Vl described day of sale. : DEREBY .GITEN. :thatsix t to ret that .1ri1htheuame of rJ. )1 -..Wiieox V _did.6. I, clos" ,_ 4..ac.' .rr 4!.I' Vsbueia V
;ii t' / A.J BRADDOCK.. ,NOTICE '* the outside label or;yoa may be injured -0 -" V I&&erG
V tartoHenry <( from date shall apply to the Judge on ( : .: I -' .- :-_ -_- V V
. B.. hnitiil Haacbex VV .oct 24-t4s, Sheriff and ex o!Tax Collector. Probate Qt Duval eoonty for Letters ofAdnlin- rafter than bo &.* =. WiIcox1[ ms''woR t is of lar e 8vo. fixe eoatafa MSZIOAV r .
Holder cspt.Wm 'fI 'Jlfn Cfwal istration on the estate or John.A.'Secard deceased V If yoa wish to know who this Dr.. *,wi :: lag nearly T*o tEocaairo MOKS nptfards V BaEOckj V 4 "V'", r.RoII& V:
V BanghanMri.L. 4Hj a.. : : Jfatgqu.Coitnty TatCoJlectorttSale't.BY ;. *' HENK.Y). HOLLAND. ,* ', nave the privUege referring to the first men of "of'nuxnun PLATXS.' ,and arxzaotnuunVooiNnrrs > Ed 0., i j. '
V o)1iII1!:;" : : 1f&le'Je'L 'x 6w 1Nofide' > the eommuaity. _Principal Office .,;ItwiH present working-drawings 8IW-.usa'-wa "
..virtue of la fiept.g.1850. t VV w. \\'I .
smthority tt1o
vested 1 f
'.. HaasWm.Hayn- -: ? J.,1.g>. :J Lk : wDl expose for sale, in.front of.ths Court-, V S 'ITS BR ADWATNEYOa : ;hand descriptions of the most important machines Ls+j V Outesa V V
*. M.J: uur11csZ r i in th* 'United States. Independent of the re- \ V
fil house door taN oorneVGreen and 3e i'N. i
UI&I the :And ; y -
county fourth 3
on Moa- L -
lie i nwifl contain .V.t
HnffiobtGr win of American ,
ults ingenuity
G .2
that gppllcsUoa
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t H-rstJ ,1. 'boauJan ,. Vztreg3r.V day January,I! '.toO acres.f land owned by' IS tohe General 'Assembly'Of. 'the State old W Droggistftod: .C UD ,x u ... plete practical treatises oa Mechanics 101.M..ryED V ,. n7_" _
) J tl' ', bIifl'OfIIOTtOjjOW.OtOZflUCb. thereof:as of taborporsUom over. .ne ooantry V --. *"* -,- with;&IlUiat UmseTnl &uiheraV t tSiid ,
f. IJ' i' ='Vr'f 65 of Florida;at Its next seadom for an act : ems-work;and Engineering;
frill 91 taxes do thereon ix .
pay for V S Y
ISO and'DfCe' all cAVX10N'TbffiEftiBLl :
" 1 Vaxh ; front ,' ia than thousand'dollars Worthof _
1IIrt'E more
pRn *;: t ; ors Plank or rtfrieM/Rp .
t' . .. '' .. ary expenses attending said gal*. Boundaries the Atlantio St. .John's,-via < bVdeeelved 1" eertlftcato"attiehed'to folio,volames magasiaes,aad other boOkiV e H t' i V :
P. ': ) ." : described 0846.14.-1.,.. _. some point oa _n.H 3 a '? V; ,.
I ; ; Madison "i- that The of this publication is,to plaoe p BJ ".,IV** -
,t.an. o A:J. BRADnn oourt Ilona.jtoTailaMUNiSeptl2thljOV each bottle Townseud's which dertlfles great object \ .
: :. ,it1 the before practical fees aoliltildeUl11eli.amount -. wsItV \w '' : ;
:ocT24-tds er1lr- j- :V-V ;,". each bottle is edniponnded end:mdabd ,. .4.3' ....,,
; .. tTazCo11eetOt -V iyWch" James*, Chfltonj ChentistirwhoW of&beoreUeal-.d euotia. $ >,.ia a condensed MCPetemNMMoodj V V
1MWBoUeaia: ,j' ,. ;Bou&tf',lionds aadgt p !?, hired tot- -. form,ae shall enable them towork. to the ,I! : : ..
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1DIT .BEr.A1D ''H. Counlg'Tax Collector11 Salt-; ." looks;whoa SiTOi: saIles best advantage;"and: to -avoid tfaW mistakes Irtcft. .. .. -J'itJ -, + _
"""; u4 b"rift.. &heir By virtue-of.anthodty!*'IDe'by bw vested rintt .n nt D b1i dac1. itTaatel ufni fr th."JIuJA.qtactort;i This** tbln"k"r.'treat which they mightJ-othenrtsa eonimH.: .Th.amoaa.Gf .:. ;'$l .

1UWri biTwtJIty-Fi,..ft.ror mntA Irin'e erpoee for sals ia front of tbe Court.bauedoaaaunyonth.faurth V .. ;wtth 'a petell\AIO' ith'Ut1Wa6tJ imporittoi oa tbepublic1; and calculated to detwTellie -, raefal.iafonnatioa,Urns,brmighi to ._ clatt.V ; 1 .i. r ,1. ''
.. i 'art now prepared Mttke-Pfcwen olAttoraey unsrybutjudgi ye The 1 rsalflL. -r. IO. k almost beyond nreeadeat in aeh. works. .' ": .i :: .

.ewMWssaftaatTi ? day ifl January WI. ,.acres of land owned by fcr'* Jhe JleoUoa.tno For sale 3: IL )XCltORYliUmQTi15JtgentaaokwnijnE. ; _,J, there Is hardly any suMeet.withii.it<. D..cie, A" ; ..1' Ii.Vt .. .
. If..1.lr.dVtbe71Im ..- SO 90 tt.du.Vtbeeofl from 15aad an peoes-V attention the aamefCttfavTlf/'* V'** .1 and prodrio ,'ihat even* maaof the mostortfl- :. ". '' "
V.1Ibe7"y b..bM.t fur ar'' V L* J airy expenses'attending'taid g aki: ;iBoandarleiKoa f. ". rWJIrt 'it' .t'' H.I; o.1t.6IV'V n' .l'"I 1ifeeftj ,. ...(1 liarycalIaeity&n**ai* nderitndintttand ..V .'- I .f'1V .,.
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boa4 wf ,p& l. l' J BltA>tic t- T-: after b -t4l.twf api tot him--tiin.i4r--. .!?<>'''--'rt1* J"<.VC/ils"V -. !* :" :: ,. ft7 V 'Htcl V
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:.j : 1V.Lar. # US,"DREW.N.. ." : }'Vit.Li&1I.t'E OC" ." :.''. ;, : : .n,':.. ,.' | I nraii's I 'INSTITotioN/under- 4I th] 'M of Mr.JL n Dr.T1w1srjx.goiitiUTha;4'qwuq4k' .sq ocsora 4, .

1 .iiA.VriLLARD'8 lonLrE.'ISYLv.u14'.L: f fjfei[ assisted TSO5. was .'
S neriibimm, payitl \ : ILA8TSON byItfriirA, ... bnlpv4tll,4147 fl atsI lV9$1 iS.as1ssad 1
I onth* second <
r..r.-tfm" of.
for tho receptiouf Pnpil*
.- : Continues, !,O give his prompt attention Jot arrangement the UiI I $,.t lihi 8C't JUI
.4 loti
in January '
: V Monday 1
;: la 1.iftl"r nth eprtton. and prosecution of claim; before.Congress \ fg nsumxasisc3 From a knowledge ofr.snvlra. mrtson' BWBOM Of plwmtfe >, .. .liaka: :c. .\.li'ls! w .'(

_, ,. 40 .tt\... iO.f4'h'" :or;any'!of'the'Exeeutire. : ? artmenta-! superior- qualifications wll U from the most th*.0ritja] 'I tfi<|.h-
: ; '' : CURE OFtfi ; their former Dr. IJ
i f"- AHDTFdRTHE 2 ample and satisfactory testimonial ef MM bat DM a:4tia: ;ORlflLffAL OLD Jaeo
J i AdrtrtLiiBen .! 4 tDeert d *i lobe. following Claim- arising from" ,Revolutionary, Florida, ,, *, -- success the .Trustees of tbs Seminary embrace Towpi ad'i reskufliiivtg i'ft Q t.CJ4'1i' &:'"

I ,. S :41Ijt4 Mri(otwely.llnes)for .I or Mexican w'arg; invafBeuluUonary.Half- -:. .CoyuL.A'. -- ;, LIVEC coMP 't the opportunity of recommending it to the consideration l' : kWi1ptigruss t:

(rat,&i4 f Sev.t'* ?ire! Cent for,e'rery*ub'se- pay."or;_ %Widow rensf r"tN.' t'-Army; I ,... 'LlU'. loTI",,""' of parent*and guardian who may be desirous lbs cast :. ::: 1 ._ jfi ;

: j.S tn.Th7AaYrt1eTh liberal I Boun'ty Lan'd r:S rlp 'under'law'of Feb.11 : '.1 ,. 01& ULC I' C.ONSI/Mp ,- of giving their daughter or wards.a thorough I 4.-tt .. .
; : .. \ ,, and refined education. V' t. .
.: .1eeo W ; '}Jl n eD :AaTe 1347,or A'gflst rQ, 1S48; ArrearagM of Pay and '. ; ,0. t" :'l" 'pA.. 1 '1 ..Thi* Institution i located in the'fmoiedtatecmil1 vi Jj s '1't'. 4'j .

". I BaenU<*icefUyprfija*having a running account Mileage due returning Volunteer; ; CJaiD:1I: tor ',\\t\N --. ,. I or the village Madison Court House,one1 j '. : '' J' J
., t A i_ iv .. 1 ..(* "" of the most delightful and healthy town in-the 11 t.
? ,std putll- Horses Ipst.and -
pretie ptherProperty -i .I
ftl :destroyed Expenses .
tOf ;_ 0us DEIJLi- : i'
high .
: : ., Southern country having a population _. .
; incurred Volunteer -1- J. .
i/ '*, e& J'. i! ., i .', ,by !before being.mUI- : "1,J moral and intellectual culture equal. 'to any. In' -toe1. '1 J
Pe dUi 6i J their remit1tanee tered and received' into service : United State .
4. onnfa | .govern ; Waggon-ma '
.; *for adrertl nfi W the following rates, ter d'TtlLJ1Utora. claim ;',Mannes''I&i1. ra', .- % In this( Institution,the whole course of instruction ,
; : .. be
win toot ,
be and the
: will thorough ; pupils t ;
I : OnViquatt,tii11 ttp") rnbl&ned, month* &0. &0', ". 1'KI.Me.tiCi..ha..equired a very extended -. permitted to pass over any study without an inti "l

.'01' fu.1i..l;j: 01' ',.,". .tUOOO., ,Having all the'forma necessary for a. proper 'and established reputation wherever, mat acquaintance with i U.. This will .be.:especially -

Twquar' ';fc i!I'I4 fnonUu;, t ,1500 presentation" claims,- together with tho .rules Z ha been used. based e"tir.ly.on its own mnt*, the case with the exceedingly important nbiect \ *
.; iHi wiiich its superior efficacy has alone sustained. The ..n4.ftj of Mathematics the different branches of S
ebtki44i4; nied1tor ; 10 00 and regulation
K4(3 i governing different Departments .. victim of hereditary disease.with swollen glands. COB-'n which pupils will be thoroughly drilled,,and required -

'0 Ap'plieation forjl tJ ri*>f''dininirtration l 5 00 he is prepared ,to undertake all claims, of ( f'fracted sinews, and bones half carious ha* been;restored health I IIt to give the reasons for each step in every ,, I
.S ,; FranBentem< it of; *candidates office 500 what kind sonerh Lt,may require. the services and vigor. Th scrofulous patient, covered with ulcers,lovthsome to oimslf calculation. I. WaxWork __ .

,. N nioeebet1riUbe1ntae unless the same of an Agency at this place. and his attendants,ha* been made whole. Hundred of person, who had groinedhopelessly 'fl.e.classe in Music, Tawing,Painting; _
S4 : II for under cutaneous and glandular disorder, chronic rheumatism ,and Embroidery, will be under the immediate
V il aee'JI tl. Ii Ui. amount charged. Particular attention given to the proper.etU iI and yean care of Mn- Hartson; and there i i. no institution _
1 from of the secretive
manother a/derangement
rial afM; private benefit will be ment of Quartermasters' : complaint organsIII North Sontb, wheretheso branch are
: ::oj %*>Bj* : accounts. :III .and the circulation, have been raised as it were from the racX of disease, and now, or

; : barfed *'of advertising. Charge*moderate, and regulated by the amount I, with regenerated constitutions gladly tastUy.to the cfflcaey of tat* inwtimabJe taught. 'The .more thoroughly attention or will scientifically.be paid to the moral

I .. 1t."'" ;.l1.Oiii' ;|md Marriage e'l.will claimed, and the extent of services required.All ::1 iI preparation. The testimony of those who have been cured by it* use, with their and general deportment of the young ladies; 1'rl
.- : :!:1 I residences, has been published from time to,time.'and were it desirable, a mas ;
p\&W j 1' communication j thing ef a sectarian
S il to insure Insertion, must while at the same time every C61 Ku,.. ..Nifl r"i ciJj
h of the
:;I most overwhelming testimony could be brought forward proving raori conclusively will be carefully avoided.
influence a*
in isf be post pftid.; be postpaid. dec 4-tf I its The and those
H inestimable value. afflicted who have sot used this into OLD DR ACOB TOWNSEND.
.. 1 : .'J, The scholastic year of ten months is divided ,
1:1: medicine make trial of its virtues and
> w, are to a appropriate thcmselre the months each Tbe first session ''
sessions of five NAtDIcoYnUOJ'nmf
two TDEoal)(
o' .1 : : L r-- JAMES W. BRYANT benefit which it alone can bestow. commenced the second Monday in January .
ii i on
: : : t j J'ff.! 1 rl: Baker, and to end before the second Monday in June. Genuine i IToend SarsaparilljuOld
: \ ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOR-IT-LAW, 1I CANCEROUS ULCER CURED, OF SEVEN YEARS' STANDING. The second to commence on the second Monday Dr.Towai<|die I SLOW about 70 year of atftv; an**'

.1 4TRr .f tSELLOR44TLAJV, Win attend to Professional; I I iI This cure wu effected in July, 1844 ; there hare been BO symptom of a return, in July, and end before the second .Monday in ho leaf bees"Iva a*the AUTHOR an* DISCO,
business in the Courtsof UI Ihel z2DiSp ORJOIJfjtL TOirjrSXJfD -
cLEE.FL1.. : and her health still continues good,July,1815.I December. Pupils can enter at any time and KRKR of
: .i-t! the Eastern Circuit of Florida and in the Federal I II I -New T.rt, July n, J844. until the endof the term.- 8JIRaM9RlLUt." Belag poor,be was-i'
L: \\-rW t :''Ji; tJi Courts of the EasternCirouyr'iaUaniifttjii : Messrs. Siiros:-Gentlemen! -I consider but an act of justice to you to state the will only be charged pelled (o limit Its .IIsraeunw. by which BI BB* II ta*.
.. ? of the Middle Cir Court 1.$1' the Northern District Florida. i:1 following facts in reference to the great benefit I have received in the cure of an obstinate Pupils derive grea advantage, however. by:"enter- Iteea kept oat 05 .arket Md the sate dfeaniKftb i* ,
: :: ; county ALSO AGENT I : I CAKCKROUS ULCEB on my breast. ing at tho beginning of the term. those only who; lad proved II* worth cad kiowa lie
cult, in Benson wifl Jllilbiborongh counties of the llIhiIt ::1 I I was attended eighteen months by a regular and skilful physician, assisted by the Young ladies pursuing the full course win receive value. It had rtiQlud Uto ears of many verthaies *,'
''j iath Court at Tal- fof general Business in the State, respecting I I u advice and counsel of one of our most able and experienced surgeons without the diplomas or certificate of graduation. U loose person vho had be*. healed l of tore dUea***.
'outhem Circuit Supreme
: } and donations of i q least benefit whatever. All the various methods of treating cancer were resorted to; % and saved froi* eath,'procJalsaed lie cxceim Sad.
.' _, lahaS8VVin
fte'ifo'rtjifrp'.ljwlict of Florida and will or selling thereof. ::11 and for six'u was daily syringed with a weak solution of nitric acid, and the,cavity or The COUMO of study i* divided in fire classes' T5JITTKf5 PQWKtt
for ;
:h internal ulcer that it held of the solution. The doctor .
was so large over an ounce .
I he slBI.eiBBC
.* promote U.irns! nimt the United States before A wo ,AGENT I I i II probed the ulcer and examined the bone, and said the disease was advancing rapidly The Studies of the Juvenile Department, are Kaowlnr.M and ur..devised P. that SB article Jial whkh tybf*wtmU
I1' the it to the ]lungs, and if I did not get speedy relief by medicine or an operation,the result and Mental Arith- expejace.
ttuents at Washington. for collection of Claims the United I Spelling, Reading, Writing, Incalenlii to mankind whew the
ant th of dvaataj
Congress {pal .upon !II be "
: J I' would be fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid open and the bones examined; metic. at&SaYeThSI
: .Being'located* Ja"ckiohville,( for life, be will States for M litary'or other services, pensions, I I:',II i but finding no relief from what had been done,and feeling I was rapidly getting worse. First C//IM:Reading, Spelling, Modern Geography means aotlee when would kesilaiable us iraUhed to virtue using would U be:know$
I almost of and considered
despaired recovery. my case nearly hopeless.
4 give.hii ,cntte* ao 'juircuiittiog attention to his supplies foniitbed volunteers, and for horses or I I Seeing various testimonials and certificates of cure by the use of SANDS'BUII"1111'1111 Grammar, Writing and Arithuwtie. and appreciate rhU lime ha. cocoe th* seesse ue'. ; .

profession, aii al VusijioM entrusted to his care other property lost, for which the United States )' ::1 111 l SILLS,in cases similar to my own, 1 concluded to try a few bottles, several of which Second Class-Arithmetie concluded, Elementary supplied OlUND this ;
i it liable. I I :flu were tied but from the long deep-seated character of my disease, produced no very Botany,Ardent Geography with the n*> of ANn 7fEqiJAr.r.7.D"RZ''IUT1f
.hal-m! will! jn; tajilHnjttention decide this the for I U &Bnf etnre4i o the largest scale aM I* called J.-
: change. Considering a* ont probable cure my case, persevered the Globed, Parsing Exercises History of the ,
iaAaoiik,4 CiUt.2j)>, 185G tf Address Jacksonville. East Florida. ::1:11 I until the disease was entirely cured. It is now over eleven month since the cure United States, Watts on the Mind; Rhetorical throughout the} \th and Ueadth of the land especially
:: was completed; there is not the slightest appearance of a return. ihtrtjori, frtnoimct U it if(onndapsb4e! t d.gcaeratice. .of dtterieraad '
.' U 1: 'I and the .. Reading, Spelling, and Defining. .. 4'4 ..
:- : nyielf WILL, cure tnttrtly efftctti by SAWM SABSAMBILLA,* I! >
I PHILIP FRAZER : I BO otktr nedicine of any kind daring'' timtj ttai unng il, nor Aa. I taken any,ii.ce.'II Junior Studies-Algebra, Geography of the Unlike young* .1'oWlttnerl laprorti wKk sg
-%; .j4jCtrd.i :1 Please excuse this long.deferred acknowledgment, which I think it ray duty to Heavens Worcester History, Analytical Botany lid sever ehangr bit for the belief; because htaThdf
? Itmmmu! to.-)rt'e.State.I have transferred ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IDilfi Ii'' : I make. Your valuable SariapariHa cared me,with the blessing of Divine Providence ,Parsing in the Poets,Reading,Essay Writing, pared M .ew O. i Xe* by a ftietfte

inees to J.McRoBEKT BAKER I :,! when nothing else could; arid I feel myself under lasting obligations to you. I caD (daily) Composition ritinr. highest knowIe4fChemlstzT,tad the latest dleev
ty profewional.b. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ii uJ say'many things I cannot write, and I do most respectfully invite ladies afflicted as I &nwr Student -Geometry,Algebra concluded isles of Or*art. h all beea ImtonqoMtiam .
; itJUw Jacksonville E. F. in- I have beea,to call ne,and I will them of the i maanracromMpanlla the Old Drs SanapanlU. Th Br-
!,AttOmf1 Will attend to any professional business entrusted ;1 upon satisfy fully as stated above, IntellectualPhilosolby. the
Chemistry, Logic, '
I :, and many other. things in reference to the case. Trigonometry. root II I.naar ..fsell fcoown to medical me,.coaula l lp
eludiiig OH web tetters as were entrusted to my to him in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit I, III'' ,' !! NANCY J. MILLER 218 SuUivan-str Moral Philosophy, Philosophy medicinal rtl..md SOB properties which

.: tare by.Geu.,34a slL,r den, of which all inter- and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. lIe has 4 and Latin, (optional,) Daily Essay Writing are inert or aad othcn which ntaiB4 ta,

will please 4.k l netice. also such connection i 1111'I Iii LIVER COMPLAINT. Composition, General Review of Studies. pTpuiIIgl I *.!fvodoee frrmntati**.alt .u
ested an advantageous with an I i :! Th following i i. an extract from a letter received from Rev. William GalulhaI :- (. which to iajnrioa a the lyiwrn. some. or UM Broper-
Mr. F4era bi4I eju reputation for diligence able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensure I I PRICES Of T11ITlO ties of 8Bnapajl > are 1& vtUlil*, that they alintlf

.4.. and ttention,ar i !sd flScif utly well establiuhed to a prompt and speedy collection of such claims a* I, II I jI!:,, Messrs. SAWK s-I hart been afflicted with a severe BtrkiKirt pain in my, Vt.side, Oct., occasioned M, 1845. J uvcnlle Department, perm. of.5 mouths. $19 CO erai, rate aad ai :Let< IB.the prepantioB,knows,If only they to are 01.-a.preserved b.,
by a ftelperleneed ( jjU
all in his hands.. ;! by a diseased liver, for the last twenty years; suffering at times what language cannot First Class, 12 CO i jmetti '.
matter theM,W.
be in his hands the United I la naimbctiire. Iforeorer. -
ensure pronfjttnetcenidenceiabSsi may placed against but II 4 1500
I ; ?
convey; since taking your Sarsaparilla I have been greatly relieved, so much Second CladS.IC .
fiaprfr I .J'4lcit! i manifestation of my States. I ti;1/i: so that I have been able to attend to my business, and preach occasionally. for the Junior Studies, IC II .. 20 00 Iii frineiflu, ) fly off U,r.or.eras aa exhabt-
under *the fitmtutt mtticfL f
II"J I$ last fifteen months.' -wholly discarded all other medicine,and thoroughly tried the IC 25 00Musid beaS4a very ...prpju
ability and Integrity. I Jsenif SturJies.II Us valo -
It an
Sept. 1,1340-Iy. ( of the root 1ch gus to *
!i : Sarsapanlla, which I recommend .
: can in truth and sincerity to all those who are in Piano IC. 2500
: lW'RLES P.-COOPER, 'I'', I I I :; any way afflicted with any species of scrofulous complaint ThereJiave been some on II Anypenosr*m Al *r L-iew the root Oil they fit w'ark .
-i Use Instrument 500 colored wkl':> to BUM froa the coloiia(.
II remarkable effected Dqtw
cures by its use in this Mrs. I. Shaw the of six
vicinity. by use .. ..
: A"E.. 29r:185p-h r Attorney at Law.I J. P. SANDERSON, I : I ,:::j bottles, was restored to better health than .he nad before enjoyed for ten years; and Drawing and Painting II 1000 matter in the >tIhea aalCfem say thug else;they (*.
\ LAW I I;: Mrs. W.Stevens,who had been severely afflicted with Erysipela wa entirely cured Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 1000 strain thisl( ilpld or rapid HqnUt iweetea with
our molasses, it4
I :1 by use of a few amHtalian each 10 00 '
truly, WM. CALUSHA. French, Spanish, ,
J. J ,\$JE.nT BAit JiR, removed his office from Columbia .1 11, bottle.2ours EXTRACT or 1LUr.". Bat suck 1*. ..c lbs. HAVING It will be perceived that $23 00 per term Li the known tbe I 5- .5 5
., Jacksonville E. Flori 4. to Jacksonville, Duval County, I I LliIN'iiIFI CURE OF A SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYES. M
tuition in
Attorney 4 yi;f L4i, highest price that can be charged for GENUINE 01.1 JACOB TOWNZND'1R3APAR1LLA.
: 1 1 I liii I Iii: I
respectfully informs bis friends that he will continue South Ki"8"/I1Iy R. 1., Odd 11, IM7. the Literary and Scientific Branches, includingthe .' -.
,- 'JS'OJAllY PUBLIC. !Messrs.
SARDS Gentlemen little ,
( :- -My daughter,when one year old, wa attacked
.. the Governors of the practice of his profession,as formerly. :, with a scrofulous humor on her face,which soon after extended into her yes,causing Ancient Language This i I. so pret iSanapanlla 4, thaall tbe leerS properties of liLm.I
Ontnirsirjier', pinntd' by Ha will attend at each. and every Term of 1 almost total blindness in one of them, and disfiguring her whole face. .I employed The Institution will be supplied with Chemical rosS p. KBiored. every thin* capftM.
,; tbe following St 4C. to' take Testimony, Affidavit two physicians to attend her. who exhausted their utmost skill to give her relief but and Philosophical .Aparatus and a well aborted of becoming >elf U of nneatBtioa is Ltneud *14
: '\ be therein the Circuit Court in the several Counties of I it all proved useless and busIly one of them remarked to me that he had known of Miscellaneous Library. rejected; then vtpft particla awdieal "inae.aeml
to used Classical Historical
: *, and Acfcnow dgnraitd JMaJridj the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the of :, some striking cures effected by SAHDS SariapanUa and advised me to try it. I ob u> a pure and emjc< ttraiegfann; and thai il Is wadarid'iaeapaMe '
1"" fl Virginia i County H tamed one bottle, which she commenced using and before it wa all used up it had N. U. Vocal Music taught to all the pupils of I lode aiy bf lea valuable and healing
f North Carolina Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme :: effected an entire cure. It is now over four years since she was cured, and there ha* without charge.Onebalfterms. Broperfici. tSeflki d U tkU way,U ls aiade the aest

I Vermont t f. I Court at Tallahassee, and the U. 8. Court at St. been no reappearance of the disease, and w* are satisfied that it i* a perfect cur*.- of tuition are considered due in powerful agent i i1I i if' .
South Carolina : It gives me great pleasure to add that 1 recommend
.Mauhu.4eti, can it to every sufferer from any Cure of urtl1erab1e. disease..
):Connttic4, Georgia, Augustine. AH business entrusted to hill care I i similar complaint Respectfully yours, GEORGZ ROBINSON.FREMKCD advance or the whole at the middle of tile term. Hence the resBea why we hear eommeadatlna .*)I

.-N'ew."ork1; Alabama will receive prompt attention. t .ttwnw- Scholars from abroad can obtain board eitherin very side In it*Aw, *bt man,womeaaad ehBdnsb. W.- .'
AND BOLD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IT the fitmily-of the Principal, or in private fami- fad it doiBK wmdi*i*IB;the ear of -.
Addren-J. P.
*Penn rliraDeh'wire i itl Mississippi, SASDEESOS, Jacksonville, COXSUJITItVtDTSPZSM,hi Lr7:1t. CO.WrL.ux7 .
A. B. & D. SANDS DRUGGISTS CHEMISTS lies in the town.
Duval County Florida AKD ,
] H.. W. PARKAMORE, President. andii J 111UAMTI3)1. *CRO"UI-
T:1 Texas.anjl.. Jacksonville Jan. 17. JS50. tfMCQ.TJEEN 100 Fiaroa-sT., COMER WILLIAM, NEW Veix.SoU .-' W: BR1XSON P//.C5. COST&JVJt&g:an CUTJJTEOV KHVF;
MaryIand -Ij also by Druggists generally throughout the United States and'Canada. A. TICK& PLVPi&k3.BLQCTJIU'"all aece.
.. k-L; I Price *I per Bottle; six Bottles for.5. I. BUNTING, arltlng from *j ; -
: : ;:: ; : McINTOSh, S. B. THOMAS, LUPUfc T OF THE BLOOD. .: .cII
I ". :/tiF' 'lNSUBANCE, D. II. MAYS. pone & unoiuiemcacyraaUcomplalauartsla ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW; II February U, ISj Trustees. (float OOBJ ..1iufUyifU Sacs*. CTBM
i ;, '. Or..PftTlOltl. tfe? the AVldow Orphan.. .'V ILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern unequal of blood to die B apaipltatimi <

to p ,, .a'..'".- :' -,"! Circuit; the United States District Court at St. Madison Male Academy. hot 1Ui1i'| ,'co tarjv\ feet It sad baa haads.aoL KB cold eqaal chill to. jaN
.. ;'TII EV TORE 26 1950.-3m For sale by J. FORMAN.
.' ;; I Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Sept. ajid Bad ptmiotM easy Bipeetofatiot
LIFE m. .l/L'.CE COMPANY; TflhhIE Exercise: of this Institution were and fentle B,relaxing tuictor.of the lesp
Claims for
citizens in
; and prosecute any part of DB- S. TOAVJKSKXD'S JL '
MOFFATTS VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS resumed on the Second Sl nday ofJanwn Uinmc and erery o MrpaA.u
0J1th106'.flrba4w1zy, corner of Pine street. Florida against the Government at Washington, AND I'lKENIX BITTERS. r Compound Extract of Hnraapartlla. last.nnd r the superintendence and direction oj! Bat IB Bothinc' I Itnd II 'IJetac.mere maaifinllT'i sear'
Mr. B. Z. GAULUEN late of Columbia acinowle t Ca.pita.1no") ,prufpaft7 invested in U. S. stocks, either before Congress or at the Departments. graduate "
of Mr.Gaul len'
'. S18Q.OO,- aid i rapidly accomulatinpr.: {&(Ch: ADDRESS, JacktcnrilU, East florida. College. a knowledge
KIEL & capacity a Teacher, denTed from experienceand It works won An iD castle 0 Rs.r.4lh.fit'rniIa.r'JIJlIiw
PRESENT RESERVED. FUND, 33,000. May 2 18.10 tf Jacksonville Fla. To tlie I'abllc. trial during the quarter of th last year just /LIe jr Otttrketal Stfpnttfi er/./.

.:4 'ft, nnHEUE can be no higher test of any medlcin- closed, &s well as from the most ample and satisfactory Nea,", Irrtflri of nil!meaitnnl perind sad ta*
public are hereby notified, that the pre like; Bad i Is M cG ual la Burins all .the,.fit Xi4'
.. T tI'ITEEI. OSCAR HART al remedy that its constant s-irce-u audit i I THE extensively known 03 DR. S. P. testimonials of former success the Trustees *emDittte* V r r

." Morn Frtfnkliitt! President the New York consequent ftlebriry. No Inferior medicine can Tow "EnD'8.COMPOUND EXTRACT or SARs. r.-- cf this Academy unhesitatingly recommendit By removIng oP4riiet1on.and reynlatlai the cvBctaf

Life Insurance j ,'onpany. ATTOBNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, bear this criterion, nor maintain tilt di tiuclion. :RILLA, ia now manufactured under my directionand to the consideration of parents.and guardianswho system it jive Utj| and rti njU to the .whole body-

Pliny Freeman, 1 ftuary 'New York..Life Insurance ILmta, been obliged to abandon his Intention Tried by this just and uncering rule, MoiTuU supervision from the original recipe obtained may be desirous of placing those under their and thus cores oil f.rms fit. 5
CompanyOrsamns ;; (\ of Florida will Liz Life Medicine hare bad no superior in the I from L'r. S. P. Townsend ; and I eertity that it is charge in a,' situation offering inducements i>' Nervous &cas s and debility,:.,
leaving devote self to the
i EuKunvll, Attbmej and Counsellor at history of medical science. In no part of the composed of ingredients rmELY VEGETABLE and healthfullness of location and high moral and intellectual and thee prevent nlie sa & greai.vanety of .tht.,

JAW, 20 Xa&iaairOtt.. practice of his profession throughout the Eastern world in any age has any general remedy acquired -WITHOUT JiEirci BT-and also that the ingredients cultnre inferior to no other in the &>utb- maladies B* 5/i(4 trrikfit*.'A'nrIfU 3t Fibua '

David A. BeejrientatiWeIn Congree Circuit Florida. Business entrusted to him so high a renown, or secured such universal are judiciously compounded, so as to obtain from ern country. Students may be prepared at thi Va. S-nli it"t :'.Fi c..nAc;
It cleaasea the nl,eiejwa tbe fire to
Alfred Freenjan, MTui, 218 J East Broadway. will receive his prompt attention. confidence. In no time to come can any do so, them their erf a}eat medicinal effect. Academy to enter any College in the United tine.toca the stud, ) ch, B;d tire food dfetto!ttaaithy, re-t

John M. moi :, 4Porelnas '& Nixon Dry Jacksonville E. F. 25th 1850. except by equally extraordinary and well-proved JAMES R. CHILTON, M.D., Cbemtst.For States. haves the bowelifo -lorpcv tad eomdpBthm aSaya la-.
GO):!:askum'treL ,July qualities. > The strictest attention wilt te paid to the moral laln *tioa.purlOf he kiS. equallMB dw ClrcBlaciM
.. H.nrr A. X<.1 IAlift tit WrieLt.Nelnon' &. Ran- In the coarse of the last fifteen yean, these sale by deportment of tha students, both, by the Trustees the blood prod* ggesewazwtkeq'salt7aIlsTS(
: "datf ije- l .f.ut.r medicines hare sWtainedtbe test of many mill KIEL &: STEPHENS, and the Teacher. The Academy located within ft* body and tkitrlerare I> nseniibte per pir tio_; nlo*** al

Henry L 8&m j '$..;.(Representative in Con- OLD ADOBE, San Francisco' ) ions personal trials, in almost every variety of Aug. 1. Jacksonville, Fla. tho immediate vicinity of the Village Madison *Bad tihivlforatea hi MS, nnoves all bBtnettoM.aatfBonro .

'., 110, &n 14-Malt,) 231 Broadw.,. May 2d, 1850 J human malady, with invariable commendationand Conrt-Honse in or near which good boarding the e B syaens.in net this lh aoayrecminentljBeed .

JeV.I3b& '%. $ Uor'a' Lair 14 Varick more extended .repute. The vast and increasing ."1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates to may be obtained on most reasonable terms. 'The The medIc nfiA !
.J. Place..,1" i iIsaae ui: i- MR. DREW I see by the Republican that demand for them, throughout the North man foreign to my feelings.. scholastic year will be divided into two sessions of But CB Bay ofhferior 4e thiBA lMtealdoC9.P.Towuea4"a<
: C.'Kebdalt: ;! fill rden & Co., Forwarding W. Brush Judge of Probate of and South'American continents from the Cana- Tooth SXanhood. five months each. The first session commencedon article "' 3 as i mniOf man's liquid hi wet es fce v

Meveh k' )eI4 in Foreign Exchange,) Putnam county,has been pleased to let the public das to the Brazils, from the Atlantic to the Pacific VIGOROUS'LU'-E the second Monday in January last, and will COMPARE .WIT} THE OLD DR'S.
Walt-Street' I JI: know that bo baa revoked a letter attorney executed I and from the West Indies to the East, iswholly end before the second Monday in June. The second VeeanM of one 0*, ND P.Wrr.tbat th. one IB INCA

Samuel C: l"x4o (4en & Paxson, Shipping by him to me,' relating to some lands in unprecedented in regard to any other article O&APremature Death.' to commence on the second Monday in July fABIXof DET', l! RATli Nand

and Commalsiku4 Icrchaot) 14 Front-street. the Arredondo Grant, in which we have s joint whether medicinal mercantile,that might and end on Friday before the second Monday lu vERSroILS,

J. K. 11eTy1C (,fl L.'Herrick,& Co., Importers interest. I have not seen the instrument since I be elected for comparison. In Europe, where PRESERVATION- December thus allowing a short vacation at the 'while the other Bl3 i a. iayf.rmeiii.siai' a-
4 .t' and dealer? L A | >78 John street. left home in August nor have I acted under it ; they bare become experimentally known within a KINKELIN ON SELF end of each session. Students will be required to ; ng the ttttlet ei. a
C' 3. M.' :Ye1'if! 241 Pearl street. and I certainly did not come to California to cell few years they, hare already superseded nearly Only 93 Cents. pay half the tuition for a session in advance and : liquid eiplodinj. ih t diunagtnf other foods: Hast.
J. S. BoMtpg! .lo'1terY'i &.Co., nail and the pine lands and swamps of the Arredondo every popular medicine of rival pretensions, thus fl1h is Hook,Just published is filled with useful the balance at the end of the sessIon this horrible romi ind be_nc.i onon to the TttnB't-
: ? II street.. Grant._ 1 had hoped that at this distance I should proving that experience u the true test of worth. JL information on the infirmities and diseases Wutl pat acid i*$ ."r* Jr( nif dueaMdvtaKtdWhat /
iroPAm".Jvfl [ &' Rockwell im- neither hear of that Grant or,certain of its diutin- TIM Life'Fills are indebted for their name, ot the Generative ,Organs. It addresses. itself RUES Of TCITIOlf. causes DpC< nlabatacIdi| Dow.aoiall'kaswthat
fpen gnuhed : But Mr. Brush has in MANHOOD and OLD AGE and when food ,4 f IB onir stomach what,i-bis
Pearl street. proprietor a* to their manifest and sensible action purifyingthe alike VOUTH, Orthography, Reading. Penmanship, .
m 0' Cyrus JIOdeI C11f'P&t. ,' e'I81 street.f .- thought proper to, remind me of that valuable springs and channels of life and enduring them To all who pprehend or* suffer under the 'direconsequeneeil per session . .3 60Anthmetis heart'It produces liver 1 eompji flati >1 1 ceo, eRa heknbnn boa,dTMBlery palpitalioBi, esflea4coirnpllon ef .1''

DaDlelJ.. f.l itaftcr,':Jtrjler&Co., shippers interest be win be so good ft*,not to sell anl portion with renewed tone and rigor;and to the undoubted 1)1 early prolonged indiscretionsto ,Geography,English Grammar, ot the t1'! What IB Bcwfala bat aa sail
andkrovM,1 l front treet.' of it, in which we are jointly interested, fact that at very early period in their history all who f4t the exhaustive effects of sedcnta- History, Composition, and Elocution. 12 00 humor la tile txyfe 1 \Vba; produeei all the h.

; William Brton.r' ( rah vndBartoa; dry goods,] vrjlbctit my consent, and fearing that my fortune they had rescued sufferers from the very verge ry and bane: I! habits-to. all who in addition ,to Algebra, Geometry Plain and Spherical which lIrtlll H osa Vtf the 8MB gcaJd Heady fcttKheun

125 Williiim,'trit&. t mi;Lt suffer in his bands the public will be on 'of an untimely grave, permanently lecurin" to declining ph ical energy,are,the victims of 'nor- Trigonometry,enguratloo Surfaces., t ,Erysipelas \ 'hits Swelling Fever Bores adlanoIceraConilni .
.4 "Tilliam"C<|' IteMiibiry& Woodward- & Daen their guard, and protect it from sacrifice. them that uniform enjoyment of health withoutwhich von*and met :al debility and of moping and melancholy Do. of Solids. iSurTeying-, Navigation n I 1PJI44XeT11 IiMthtBf t
June tf 'GREGORY YALE.. Dr. K. Conic Sections Differential der beaveBv bit an} i d snbssnce,which sours,eMth i'C '
William street. 27.- life;. itself is Jut a partial blessing. So ,des ondency. would say- and Integral
'' bury, \1nerdtJ? rn.t143 indeed bad their Calculus Natural and Moral spoil an the I'i4 : th. dr. man teas. .Wha* ,.
great, efficacy proved, 1 READ TIllS BOOK. Philosophy
y 4' !I'? cause Rheumatfilaaate ut a sf tor or add Bald,which tara
:! I44Ir5,3oO'poflcies.) this Com ., 'VANCE'S that it was scarcely Ins than miraculous to those The vaTna >le advice and impressive warning it Astronomy, Chemistry, Botany, Mineralogy itself ttttj 4 the. jtatt and ..fenCa!;.
i.* who were unacquainted with the beautiful philosophical Geology, .Rhetoric, .L-, Elements .
fAN no etabed; on a firm,basis. gives, will p event years misery and suffering. Sag and lalaabl.t1118 *tissue upon which It' r
COTTON GISS.r'me : principles upon which they were compounded Thousands of Lire of Criticism, Natural Theology. semi 8Q9f aer7c-4dIsesspi.iarpBiity ef th Btod.
The tnsund ojl",tl 5 mTy Stockholders, and all SEA ISLAND ROLLER and. save ani ually ancll'olihcal
and upon which they consequently act. it will learn how to Evidences of Christianity, of deranged elrijujei ma, .4 scan ; all thal, ) iBBBi
.I reading ;
Parents lbs' preventthe
.Jli.1 .
Cbepre6ts lauuually '. --'. -
.. The Phcenlx Bitter are so called, because of their chUdran.CO Economy -. ISO which afflict homsat Eat.* -
Certificates '(1c4dsna] :Are issued annually to wtiiijperijierti beg; leave to inform the they possess the power restoring the expiring deetructioTi remittance of 25 cents enclosed- In let- The Ancient Languages, -. ._ 20 0 how I.LI lot lan4s. to sat salI aa4. 5is ILwg.
their A II .
th at credit the Book ; S
e parties. the comfiny,'o>, men dividendU an addition that h, can'supply,them with ,hi* double and the constitution a the gloTning Phoenix is raid throughout to be restored ter, addressed. toDRJI\.INKELlN..N. .W, cor- R., VVi-.PARRAMORE,"President,. SOURING, FE& IZNTtoO, ACID'-

I to the ura"a..yrelJ6.rhigo" interest at six pe g to life from tho ashes of its own dissolution. net'of THIRD: UNION Street, between W. A. BR1NSON,, POUND .|( ? S. f.'TOWNSENI .
1. .eat. abUia. ab. ., .. J 'GiNs Spruce & Pine ensue a i BUNTING, -
ft it SEA ISLAND'ROLLER COTTO : Ti.e Life Pill and Phoenix Bitter' are sad yet lit woa'to MvelenoVntDodthBtOUOblB-
l ,On inrarahee* fiithwtble term of'Life preMngwifty N. deabt- i* longer entertained they are best purely and solely vegetable,and contain neither -book,under. envelope' ,per return of maiLFIFTEEN '. '8. B. THOMAS, eob'i'owseend'sofis. -,..01--

=.when tUnlJ1 dollar may, at Gins in use,and,the Subscriber flatter himself Mercury,Antimony, Arsenic nor any other YEARS D.H.MAY9, ITATIOJJ of hl.t* or preparation r!rretheWddeItaHSjtJcTwWc. h ..t
I thi4ltk3 r- >edi, *paid cash' extensive and uninterrupted practice fpent in February 14,:1830. .'Trustees.JVEir heaves forbid thit !|
T- rjn B wholly from the general eatisfacticuj be baa given for the mineral, in .any form whatever.. They are entirely would' bear the
.r forty .cent oAhe amount remain this city bare rendered.Dr. K.'the most expert aset4iitent retemWasce to 9,P'Trsr i
& j on credit last seven years, he will receive their support. composed extracts from rare and power- sends articltt Uonld
l' : a14I&IC15 oowv lktoadiof
in their NI.'ing. intennl at sixer. Price low, and the Gin made 0 the.. best, material ful plantsf the virtues of which though long I land successful practitioner far*and near in the :RESTORATIVE.BOWLING Oldj .inch msc b at conpUirtaawf bring vpew erlBrtBBtarOelefaad -
kr .n. "" ; .u" '. t t' .* and workmanship.. known to several'Indian tribes"and'recently to treatment of all diseases"'of. a private nature.I .-- i ALLEY,: BILLIARD SALOON, Steas bees A... have-sold..s.d piihe..ev.

1b.r JlD1ruc frU t' b tb, expedrent'toteof I Boxes USD BRUSHES'' some eminent pharmaceutical ohemwts, are altogether -I I Persons.afflicted with nicer*upon the body throat, I laaY1MII&.&. a .fjIII&. '.
Mrpetuate he in< the Natural Protector fos'sale cheap.and-Ginarepair.J'at:the lowest unknown to,the Ignorant pretenders to'or legs, paths''in the head'or bone,; mercurial I I' &c. POUMD.' J -
an.er4e1itJli."To.ad those he' love it rheumatism stricture gravel disease 'IE WeW fC't tpoi aeI"d W"c h
offers ratew i .: .. j" _,' > .' i medical science; and were never before administered arising f SUBSCRIBER nasjujl opened, on BAT ,
> 1it tffml! cla o. ; Fven grave. "Aprulie K n.1L .Agenlft, in so happily efficacious a combination ; STREET side,tne door from the eor- )
: SanapSXUt.4 .
.send's *ssipej-eiia U .
.-- dentlrtinrlbrseetbtlraftri'orTirsfiranoe vjl and bidetb faimaelf.1'Jwn "?U2ETOWj& ACOSTA Ga. '' The first operation is to loosen from the coats whereby the constitution bo become-enfeebled. k flier Liberty streeC.- ttxaron A ri r K,-BOWUNO tftrt .
,Cen\rIJV11Ia 0, p. ail thaC1 inUke Si
:.' :l y.Perran all-the':advantage* .and MUMFOND & HARRIS, J ofthe stomach and bowels; the various impurities are all treated with success- i ALLEY and BILLIARD SALOOT. ,The Establish hevtiaot;OSe treslh1.g.II'I Ii .eq\JUSlcw&a. '. .

.V N ,ft )nt any of the "Agent of the N. A. HAKDEE Savannah Git. and crudities constantly;settling around them;. .lie who place himself under the care'of Dr
.v. Il CompavyjMrsu&iltOrb7 1 a pamphlet to be }had B. F,.SMITH;l3harlestonS.Wg. and to remove the hardened faces which" collect may religiously confide In his honor M a:gentle for tie,reception,1 visitors at the usual hour ae Ph4dtia ..ii.uS.04tbu -

# I .r them. .-' _._" .1 1 ; R. REED & Co., '. &.'E.'F.S. is the convolutions of the small intestine inana.nmLpondeutlyrelyup s; n. his" skill.as)physician. ... TDB'BAR -. U4bsker ; 1UIICttatk i.pra-

l H. DIiALDu I B. THOMPSON & Co. Black Creek. E. F.. In doing this,unlike other medicines' they do, .' Has.leen supplied with the enoicest.nqnortvand atonal-. ..jsaittgaa m pbI....-thai
''c ; '; J. .tX.J.Et01iuntr; T. O. HOLME &Co. lackaonvile1. F. not reduce the system,to debility but produce, -Jeraousat distance may address ,0r*. &, beverage to suit an McelrteftalniBfaUtiBr i$es1iceI aci... sa* ciBv esa
every palateWillb.. 4rtiele
by letter (post-paid,) and"be ured at home prepared Ln1teth. B adtaftpartef%
ilI -" .,7 lcJ KRT,JAKEIt, Agtnt.z'A.gt.bb.I8 I PATTERSON It KINO, Burnt Fort' ,Go. delightful sense of, renovatfou and rigor, often PACKAGES of MEDICINES DIRECTIONS with despatch.. The delicacies of the M&IOD will nil which Bt*ten *.Mo ef thaafw wblcb-frbt..
3.. 'f A.A. DcLoBME;Daricw,Ga. before hc"'ilJroct operation hag been'eompletod.. ; be at all times avpplied., dec. them tte JIGS Mof Dines's Iassse4 el hesX*
r .. -. : JNO. S. .FIXER Co. Beaufort J. C. This is'peculiarity'which''they possess ia:an be, forwarded by serding a ren ttanl'e The BlUIaril Table- lot what 'I' I ; GFOBOE L. no\vl, Newnansville, E.F. eminent degree; and hence it Is that,they are 1St* C .fr PAl.9 U nothing ee.perait oC BMdtela *>; ; Wst.r Dui.t i"*.' f i"- *" taken by the weakest and most exhausted patients, Has beemy tmpoiad ervveisly for the Hrntee.and a peno.. *.* t*e.ekes4e.c'vIYSn

rl Ji stk;\ : !l l 'i' i Sl1IP: : WATEttsuir,'Ocalo,-E.'F .' .11. with almost Immediate benefit; when other snedir. : fJtJ-BeoksellersV: New* .Agents',"I' dI. .1T; CanYasser -' is orthe most beauUfuIoonstrectioa,.with air and ,a COIIItIIOO dej tBMat! How 8I'IIdt asia
: '
; cine would aggrarate the ebilitT.t *and all other supplied with the above laditubbes'euahIour. -- anita It IbiS ih z rsoms. saihiJmIi4Ntg1edsiiI .
., j''it.-"J" '". J. W..PxUA01iOrang.S] g.E.F.-* Other work at"very loW.grates4TolClBJm /-- ''?. ': ti. .H'.. ... ..n. ..
A:DUMBAK & Co,, King Ferry and Trader* medicine only partially.cleanse the "*- BavvlInirWiB-, i and BsOI*) h _; _.r
i .t.ttRMJ06 "fi cIWG! , ; :; .... .- -! :::. HUL..' ':: behind M to produce habitual costlreness masses, with NOTIC E Are alwjusl from hi woriman;?.ndeve"ry cbnTflnience should how wee tra41eal BropBrflBr af B&BTIB;t*>* .
'H4 i} 1 ;-;: THOMAS VANCE; for the entertainment _assay rtB aJeo: .ttartwtrl **Bj
.s t I and comfort of Kuests e BBO *
alllt train of : .
sudden Iof
erSlsJ or diarrhoea with itsimminent : a"t Bounty
i hn5ben oftasdtrp ..
,1rtan ,aI.aa S'sM bltwltdp
'imtriJl1rk SCM'a 1"Ga"Mar3"IBSO.( tfSo. ." t provided.J4 T .
EJJt.tWJda10pened : ., _'. ,.. ....'oc "f dangers.- -' : ;.undersigned proposes to:obtain Warrant* t,I' < 1JUIDIt
eoid1sl1y nv1te UI
t:,: a 8t+',;' oiitiN-&hs, a comer oflUrbuslntffls "I _.,..J ; ....., .... .,. .- "'.' The second; effect of the Life Medicine !Is I, '.i. for landsfor all claiinontj whawfil DA*qti tabllshmen nubIle tcj""rirr.t: -thtt E = ? r !1

: So 4 i&1lIt< Jti t.a '.'tiUt.ond.OL F I" : ,,3 A.IEB.a; 0. LLJ.vtA.ir. to cleanse the kidney and the bladder; 'and by tied thereto-BRder theAchnow:before Congrps* effort to coatribatd assuring to'tem'tbatI Ibofr shall srar j nir. ', ;n. sSss 4n ipe th* .--

: Ui ..huftlUL 9 n i : .*lanviil taker i thi*mean the Ji lvvsnd lungs the hcollhfol action when Borne shah Iiave,pissed and:.become a '::>4 *.:M.? M GEORO wcreatfon. ..Ia.. .
7-flaptrft4 js
,'J I ,. ;i'i of which entirely he regularity law,for the moderate nun of FIVE P.BldVF.JaoksTOvffle .- tpalrflll .
depend upon DQLLAR8 .
I1! ; &ti'Ji; fE.N S.< ::5': V 'N Xli :r ,' ; f.f1 uwnrir?lSSOV % > i). ..tIMe. 1&.
'T..b.'Kt1il.. t 4f). ,r oi ,.f. .of the urinary'crgan.The blood which takescoIofrom I for each Warrant when obtained ,tfcf. j> : r-t >* > ? I, jty : OLD DE. JAC IWN-W eOflfroSzDih. .
:. $If I DMBMOrt- I _w1zoLxLLtAiDL-1lT; : Hired the agency ofthe liver and,the :The object of this notice i ill to give to claImanta&at . ,- ..PPCIUIS1no41.aS sagS -

< .Bt"or B1l U tJtIe1t&Iar'CLOTHING. lungs before ft passe into the/l1eart being,thui I )opportunityjof' procui'Log wtwruntaj i*(;thfli :.Notice.. T taJ..1.t= i.GJ'&D41
i wI4wtl h j and well** : ;r E'Jy !.. 1/1JJ'CTOJlY'J' purified by them and nourished. by,food}'coming & possible expense.. _? '. .'Dpmons.m. ., ., T'r
1 .
(llI&S114.J.D W.dRE: TXlIXf.ni iron a ejean*lomochcourse*freely% tkreugb,the :Thosa wIshing to secure the services''of the un, .1betb. =. 'Eligs-' .. ,"..(._. alia.
'aD4.a reini of the ynept ,tri., dersigned win can at hit office : J.ft' ''
I ,renew every part 'i' and. or.address him m Immediate .
.' 'j .*". Un A'lOad. tor'C'.uBorCO ,I Jnnedflrttan1atPlanhsh.d" ';" ''&C <," '. .v.tJ..wir.-" ',.. umpbauUy moa .,Lertbcs2tjtha. r by-letter and prompt at ten tioa will be ivel toitoriMawni ': all petis harin parmeat slem Bllb I qlfw undrii-r;acs j ; 4' 1 .1. "v At "

"' ..u&. 'H t'it .rI. n tlaD.JJA Garme.uU l ii;:LLklndi"oV'- fdDg i''fcc.Stoves<, and.. ..-EongMtTOs .( iliA""!4'"1e:1 -' fJ .J'. .,'U. "Jt..1t, .....'t,..11'_ --,'._, r1. f If"nflil*"ih.JTi'ftj7. lI, iPHlLIP Anorue, FJtA!.,.'f Law... ,..., are he aelte'"toJP"aori a-entt 5 sgLInsi&4.ststo,Preli7Et44. I i t iT .., .lr.W.: NLI N .

i will IaMilkf "" t .4mrt approTed,patterns, for families rac ooTi1JeJE'F.'JaIl. J8i5J, 6t" ""M' 'i"9>' ( ;
: \ t' I 1VJ.-Allgemouj, briDI claims airalnaqI 4i, "ItoH ;' \ Jt "Q J1. ..p O"iM, 1 ";" '1IiiU 10,
., ) _. ._ tort rad ship and ber fc>tores let parlor.. ._ "I "f\' ?' 1 ). :. > ,
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Sove .w.or&JriD.'Readd..d -4--- '
If r11' ,or'py lieJplM fIpi'Mdever/di ,1ri11J1't'Q11& 1"'I" t ilfttjUf't fC .- ,". n. Lf'.t .
"' .f n ,It d 11k (benz-to the":naderrigned, ( :.t .I, "
p proved ceordag
fiteet L, .
erlptlojr'Of t .nm DiZ "
h... ,. ,0,, Iron Work made atnotioeI .'._ ....NOt1Ci ,0- ) : ;
II"Ii lairRwithin tw tleanCrOal the dote of thf*no- .pa111'nJdp'beret be.Udadd4 .
pd D 1'a'L& 'W1 If Wt' t Jc r'o }
,. ij" tli S .f fJa.ee ts Jto w =. $ioe,'J'.II 'r" f ,er'.!bar Se Sareaantt,mUi 'b j _
U Off jtAtute .'AB person*JadebUd to Al4''estai I'art SRAlS& and nucbera.&o.d' -; 11i' 11J'
; : t :.fRA I ij.P 4'i &rGe* ,e sr&p. ; o r J r ) :i ; r
.J stsdto.comtiforwad and IDaIIe --' t. .''ctmclnBion by FrobrU for DaraJ- .1 ;
prics Mjo.oJ.Jbe'fo ntlttYJ 1t..T ir1r.or; "q l1 'i jCbl,:'Seen- esvntj fys. flna>>-settlement 1
: !., {jtL r.laeirhtlr.;'.Or4..tr 1l1 ,". t. 2IlA B AHr EA rnz; '.eT.who U Authorized to receive'all; monevs, CStW ..,.4dmb of tte_. Bf loba !icJ-u. '
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; 10.a.'us JaJU. ;.o'' he t.h ;. ; 4., t : C'1_ Oa fl4par..". 1'cht" the ,4s t'tS'fU'.ENCEa*. .::4.W\. ten.bo.ks' :.** &? .* t ? 1 4J' -(1. ..nTl..l''. an.un'

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