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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
June 22, 1850
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14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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MvpTtIementl not the day after.the Creole left there.'They had Compromisenenerai Biiraad'evei-y other to thijso ia the fort) bailt by the two cBobljdistingnishe4 : J .c
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selTesV Ourcorresponde tg1es ktunri. rota taorning, Applied for tniYrandiindrnIi y"of he', 6ath/5 '.'f* etbatklio,43&Ret 4iIs1j
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will*cIrgM for all aJuxraaee.L tmhecoulddonothIngfortbez. They were mit to the ihI&tbei.bMt V tVVVthOtanceofao&ps
epoliatioa of her
Gorernment,but on that point we hate later in- taken terriWry. JTbe Fed* V .. V it
for oice.ewiureifotS1zMonth1. to tas4abdfourof them"without efllUqrnlentrnightbuy the laad f it Thei *. | ; t
cwdidttet formation,.in the official commnhication of the V .
00w evenUhe Torni of aerial,-Without.listening to the expecse to be bprne.
: I tip President to the Senate. Portions of this hare : posed Bpeculate.butTexas will insJsfKUlng
00 'their protestation wereishotr The fifth was reproved eev1g tbesoYereigttjofthe about-XSO, the VV VV
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xee; Debtnr$ nnofficialljr published. Among papera for having assisted a wounded toldler.rAVhen Itim ibali uiakiug Uff bciruIts.c will be terrayet the wloaial ched,1t '
oFAdmifli1tT1flZ! 00 are serenl despatches' from Mr Clayton to Gen. ftn
for Letters told they were to be shot theyasked for! theo the .
: iei.Jodgea and,ciTJlvofficers:there ,
j.AU T6tII1 notice* will be insensd Ftt1 these Campbell, our .Consul detcriainjitioa''orthe,at Havana. The last of pen and pper that they inight;writex to.their and maihtain the jorisdiction rof-hor to law setup ? whole frontier, as it ia a V

announces the Ex e-V friends of their fateOne of 4hem>W s>flnelo and it will e for thos who doubt her rkhL to r the rebel $:whocrtsd; ,YUL3IY ..
cutie in.regard to who hare been,madeprisoner
AU eomft nlcau mart -addressed; soSTUI Jhcse ngyoungfeUowr uteJghteenyeaJrsJolaV'imne get rid dfherln the w the T in:whjch th .
C. pL'j.Il elsewhere;than-in Cuba.u Ve quote was G rgeiW wr, s ; f Allso % .. I2&i.l1
rthe"lmportantportionofit.; If edhered tocitwW ; V
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D A&Tz11T 07STATZ, V that he had left themlu sbonns jkpmt of the OeQgis anjIel: ,

r ol iht work. Washington. ,;June, 1850; shore. rbut tit was of nq'aviil.? Another Wfts'jinaturalisedeitixen e$auon4 aTh(with >ztioned ft ; cn'bCotln V Vteret
.. 1. *jio had rtsided some till i eUonjj 1sflUianIan&d.withatuitbeW
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Me 1ft TOSH THS SXCEKTAKT'OF. STATC.TO.XK.cousins .CMPZZ fourdihat. .
QUEE in bis others '
,Cintinnatij bls'nametras'Kellyi they harnionise ordWI ; *

[ATTORNEY AT LAW \ .v AT BAVAKA. *. vMr. were,two Englishmen and a Bcotchnaan.The uiva O'cz.oci ;.SL-Judge 8by- IIs. ride ft cm the ckntofimentw' ThIjcraibs

[ Clayton instructs":Mr. Campbell to impress prisoners that Irh rirecoi&finid: ia sissippi, has been't lectedPfeaMeat oI7 the Ccfiventionvand ofthebgwethrie; lions lad tbeIeopz4'i' -- '
attend the Circuit Courts in the ,upon the. Count of Alcoy, the distinction chains oa board the linebf battle ship Soberaino Oo V McDojDatd, f Georgia'Vice retailniDgtwc-lieafencfcourseloUift: V *, f.* V
uu Eastern Circuit; the United States between prisoners who have committed a crime ? in theharbor. Verylittecanbe1ear d Presid en tjBd: arale JiasbMn adopted to, take .of Capt-I tea,by whom.curious to relate,they t-**. 4* -.j

let Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme and thos*captured under the appearance of an respecting then'but.what does leak out nakes. the votes of the.Delegate*by Statce,: en cli State were killed with one bnuet eachrthe fixst at 50. V- '?- + : V V V ;,

t at Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims for intention to commit a crime.] %- probable thcTmcst dreadful fate awaits them. < citing oneVote.T 4Thelk>hventionadJottrted: to* atby2shosrougbtbeJir4tbecnIypat- : r '-'' _.

I j ia any part of Florida against the Gov.jitat .. "The President means to claim, for the American We ntillJnterfere in time I loyclock tomorrof morningi.when';UtV eppK oftbean1msIibleinthebxtih1ao'wcb"l' .. .
I Washington, either before Congress occupants of the Mexicanlsland, that they to vindicate itsown laws;and"resolutely insist: of the CcQ3idite' on OedeotUb *ill-b re- wiUi'two others, tad"beta p .; 4
[the Departments. *' are not guilty.of crime.Tor which, by the upon a reparation if onels-doe.*, At all events ceived. .- ci 4'd L and shottfirough thehe'. rt,both* V
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Jarttcntiflt East FZ ti'ia.jJi laws of civilized -aations,'.they should suffer let the men have a chance for justice, 'Let them ,. V Vat
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be tried by an impartial tribunal and not die' W.yaroy'Jdistsiice. wdjzvbghttbe4fltaIonhIuz -
death. They may have been,and probably were .. Inlercstingtetter. : *
1850, tf guilty of crimes for -which this Government withoutdefeneeictimst thc1mpltcable hatred. 'V. ""'J:' as she iris V

ffcROBERT UAKCBJackvanvlllr ought in good faith to punish them under the ,of every Spaniard to tbeaame of American.. ,-We"take the follbwingextncts from 5/a4ettcr art_- ;charging** _? -._when--j --_the--' -;.fatal-. i -aiot. -was.-. -fired.r -.-

act of Congress of April 20,1818. :But supposing writlen br gentleman( Mississippi,,:nowia.aliforniE.toOoyeru '*/ J1.
E. P. knd WDuld hare itcod in
1 noschanc a rua with -
the facts! relating to their capture as V California* VV .Qnitman It shows the .

IXXISSIONER OF DEEDS for Alabama, they are represented t6usth, >. Presidential .-::.::-: u.ft, political chicanery used\tb defraud the south rberIomthsbnite. .Thousandyofaste-, .V'lopsiquagsfeveq3nneyco
resolved that the must and shall out of her rights intbatierItoryn&ieijje tb.. -
South Carolina North Cariliaa eagle protect Among.the most ImpOrtabtVdi8COTerIeireStiI
leorgia yast$aIIJa this.nehbcrh odbi 1Iki
them against any punishments but that which ting from the presence :and eaterprae of our ofour species'cfrlabpr in"the nualttjvlop rations -- -
wise abound in ostriches and U ; V
Maine Pennsylvania s X f Ufi's .. *B b **of ,
Virginia, tribunals of their own nationmay award. people in Caftfornia.:are 'several safe and commodious : ? 7V.l: ihave VV V V V
Connecticut and Mississippi. V Tell the Count of Alcoy to send them home harbors along the-:c'oaBt-vwhich were Mt the time when'the recent 7electioB'took tewlteA tMapJIwi VV-

to encounter a punishment.which, if they are heretofore unknown. Respecting rTriaidad" -place, the yotiug population of the"Steiec6uldnot ; -' ..
|an.l 1850. ly. rate uU have killed tbrevhoaa
aportiu c .
honorable men will be worse than he could the latest is.furnished have'beenless ban OOOQ whereas" o
any : Bay Intelligence byCaJKBain ; only; the first about 2Q aiaaiektlanmuiti bL ha
II. D. KJG1> RICI ., inflict, ia the indignant frowns and denunciations Kempt"of the barque Hector who'arrivedat 10 or"12,000 were polled. These of course t were' ; -- rAlA .-- .4 1* V
of good men intheir, for on San Francisco oh the 29th of April,in thirty east by the inhabitants'of the vituges and eitiesj gCOEXv' gave up4e VV .
tain Bat who him first' V
ts joined juat $ thai
ATTORNEY attempt to violate the faith and honor of a nation hours from:the Btiy. >. ,v r. .'J ,\ \ while the miners. who constitute four-fifths of. : k&

NPC.RuaclI.r which holds its character for-integrity of He reports Trinidad SB being, in'.his opinion, the inhabitants or. jjfg were debarred the dnshayDesjnch.V.V : V 'ic
more value'and higher-worth than all'the Antilles becofee a pliceof considerable!importance. privilegeof voting vHere arises a question'In V V -, V VV
at Law. together. But warn him in the'most -Already a number of enterprising. the science of 'goTernm nt. A'State is on'the yaktetE..die. f V'

in the several Courts of the friendly manner, and in the true spirit of our men have given(o.tne tom most businesslikeappearsnce eve of budding into"sbvereignty w 6h contains :A late nnmber of he Kalcksthocker KsUaiar* V V V V V V .
T7TLL practice ancient treaty, .that. if he unjustly. sheds one houii-s Jiaving been erectedj stores anumber of freemen who were entitled to an 'some amusing adventures ofTaakee Doodle.-;. -
Eastern Circuit and in the Counties of V
and Benton, of the Southern CirSt drop American blood, at this exciting period, opened,.lands enclosed, &c. 'On ,the Northern equaIpriyilegcIufraningthe organic law of The followicgisa pretty fair illaslratka of theadventUTOus V V V .
Isborough -.
it may cost thetwo countries sanguinary war. shore of the bay nature has left a level"plateau/7 theirconntry/few demagogues ueflce, and wandering. otitheV' V V : VV

Florida which appears Jto have been adapted to the very over-anzious thO.IZte1.V and impatient.,to hardy seat of Jfew:Esglatd. Speaking of&* -

'ampa Bay, October 23 th 1849.-nor.17. frotuflavathCorrepncecthe'Cherket purpose to which it has been,put. vitV laying see themselves,the high- places7'of! trend erf ol'ubiquity' of the*trus" Yankee,tit wri.

CHARLES P. COOPBB V Metcut. out a town-.," the"only7 ipbt 'bnvUie:bay honor, press the thin* in' such a manner :Jhst.only 'terny8: V : V .. V .
'1sJibarder '
which is entirely free from the rich and luzuriant -. onerfifth succeed in getting a.voice"ia the thailChness: >2te.tftpai. i
ATTORNEY ,. IIAVNZ Iay30.. growth of timber that forms atlistinguishingfeuture ..councils their country., If.theConstitution youjsfingert>aa>it of ternloyydisputedcr.ia: v V V

A NDC.u.eI..rt Gentlemen: The exciting scenes through of the surroundinglcountry: .''Upon, 1 Uhus formed. overtbe heads of the majority bind- 'disputed, where the 7aakeVl>g9aIe is act.--.If,a* V VV V

Law.AVING which-we have passed during the last few days, this plateau a town hat been/surveyed and regnlarlylaid lug on them 1- .Or,'in.other words, is it a Constitution -: you oto1mnd'EcdbCthere6M uniA. V V : V

and the indignation I feel at the outraged na out iQtoJots,60'feet compu. atain In my humble opinion it is'not--,. art he ir theret ChoraWtayathi ; ... V V V V
resumed hid profession,will devote of V lead to otherwise minorities rule" thiido Mountain of,the MOOT, rthe&fh.
tionality my country, me hope r.a iesof.Messrs.Parkerrllawlts..yaa; 'Wic may. : it ionr
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1 himself exclusivity to its practice,through- place in your columns. You will no doubt have Cronyn and Sayle*>; yfr&a& M 1 14 -*- t --u -- lips,he isJthere aaywhere, la fiae, >wher aa.VA .

tie Eastern Circuit of Florida. received, long eri this, foil accounts of the lan Cantata:Kempt'reports the timber pa.Trini-; .country, ipronounee.the .Eepnblio'af an'end. ark,a dove a eoxoe a caakettnT arrive-4y tfcera .

fulaoaville E.Fla, Nov. 10th, 1649.8PBIfCB ding of Lopez Cardenas, his re-embarcatioo, dad bay as beiag the finest he ever saw, both, Jt may be said, that in such cases it is the several'Jacultirt; ;barteriag,. scratclupg; V V
and his landing at Key West} and probably also for building purpos .and .spars for vessels- duty of the majority to protest,igaicst.the sc-'' name an trees/stones and Amencaaslaves.. He

& BAKER, of the capture of two American vessels on especially the!latter. As regardsthe bay itself Lion oftbe minorily,otherwise by tbeir'ncqui-" knows the whole eup of the aacieatdootalors ,,, i

I SKtorurfifl at SLato, the coast of Yucattnby the Spanish cruisers.It .- he was roost agreeably dis' ppoiBted.? 'Hecortsiders escence they.ratify aU'that the minority;has"uone. of Prester Joha, and every5 nook aad o'uetof VV V

ia the high-handed and insulting course,purr it the finest 'harbor., ,he bus seen. upon, Bat in answer to th it may objected.. Mozambique aadlie is haadaad'gloTe.with: T|:#. V V
I Jaekicnrillr, Flo. sued by the authorities here,. not only regarding ibis coast, with exceptions of San Francisco that a majority of the people -Canton. have the savages ia the world.V, has be toTcha- V V .V4 V

LL iu the several Courts in the the prisoners taken in two vessels,but also! and Saniiego. lit is beau.iful little bay,per not, ncriio they now. consider-themselves.per* boe until he has scraped it perfectly n; and V .V
practice '
in their absolute refusal to give to the commander fectly secure from aU'winds except those from minent citizens of.ealifornia ;consequently are if your,English trader.V haV duicoT rtd> aeir .
Eastern Florila io the U.
Distr.-ct Circuit of ; Florida of either of tha American cruisers which the Southeast ,and with little :iuipfovfment,. not'sufficiently interested''to V are' much.what bank of Guaaoj aad sighting ready to firea faa. V V V V
Court. Northern District of .
and ; have arrived at this.port, or to the Consul, any such as the captain of the U. 8 Cutter wing i minorities do, or what kind: of government or two aad takepc efflioa.of jtfia the"naiae cf .> : -
Supreme claims before Court at Tallahassee and ;the prose- information concerting them In every instance intends'suggesting to the Government at home they institute;so they are permitted tto gather. her Majesty,imagine hiseoncernmrnt to JiscoTer -. '

Congress Depart- that an American officer has requested might be made a anchorageiiu their old,unmolested and retire from the COUXK adoita of these fellows seventy feet oteep eia T :

is.*UcRoBEKT Government Washington.S.Stc&. to see the prisoners, the denial has been most all weather. It is protected from the .North try. Let if be remembered also;that a majority: guano tavern scopiag U.out with their fingenT ,; .,

Ja.649. direct and absolute. The circumstances of the and West, by a high, bold headland. ,, This of the minority>ho voted.riot only for the Conve'ntion -; and a Bangor schocaerbouacingiip''a .> : : V V

ly capture and proceedings areas follows: On promontory has been/claimed for Government but afterwards for; Constitution little cove likes duck *'vg buirusbes. r .

PDILIP: FUA8EB. the 15th inst. information was brought here bya purposes, such as light-house, batteries, &c, by adopted,did not at)the. time, nor do they, Nowifyoo[walk oa-the sea-ehcre at Bildarazr; V .. .
iabing smack ?f the presence en the coast of Captain Me Arthur, of the 'rEwing." There is now, intend jip wnwinpermanehtlyinthe'country yon;Will.findthat'you are "act the first:there; V.. .

AiNTounntUai Yucatan, hear Cape.Catoche, of a vessel having plenty of water within biscuit throw ofthe shore V'\V bat,ar.fraud upon the elective franchise! perhaps toyourgrtatsorrow"as cai : Jix V V V :

AND on board armed men,supposed to be a part of The holdings ground is excellent, and,,there is Nine-ienths br 6ur.presvenfr population came iwor&slolently,. ben iawaIkingtbrouh: .:tta',;;. : .. V V V V V V
at Uato, the invading expedition for Cuba. On the 16th good anchorage within a quarter of mile of Sere expecting/tot-aciassAa; fortune"in a few streets of Bundowa, at the very.limits of tbedcminiona .: .

JACXSOXVILLE, FLA.71LL ., the General of Marine left here in the steamer the shore in any part of the bay :weeks or monihs at most:and.then return:home ,- of Prince'Posapadello. inAi hs:. ;.V V V V
Pizirro, and returned on the 20ih,. reporting A party of Frenchmen had arrived there difrect to enjoy'their latter'days in'peace and iplenlyJ habist1igoingthr iigbtb no V V
t\ attend to any professional business hiving captured two Yankee vessel and about ; from the.Trinity diggings,.wilh quantities White, but a*few comparatively me" ucimtaantnfii. > of t'Y&nk C Dedlwith-an'y: eecutoxc V .

T entrust d to him in the Courts of the one hundred prisoners, part of the expedition, of the gold. The ''frenchmen report the mines Thus things have bf done in Cali- iufaVVdeilisk V uaconcera, 'wbiclitbrew,: hz -

ru Circuit, und the Supreme Courts at and that they were ordered up here under convoy as being very rich, and about twentY miles from fornia. Thus you perceife who have given I once into a .coast :feterAnd::just o it wth.V .

u&ee. He has also such anadvantacocnection of the Spanish brig-of-war Ilabanero. On the bay.-About sixty Americans have ;left caste to the political complexion of this country with the poor soul who'discovered Bimpstj and : -

u with an ableLawyer at Wash- the 24th the sloop-of-war Albany, Lieut. Randolph for the interior, and of a .road to the Thus you perceive how'and by whom V Tjas been was Just uncorking a bottle.otMadeir&":

.ton City as will ensure a prompt and speeMlleciion arrived here, and a few hours after the mines having been explored -.will probably be settled the ominous question'of' the: lem_ ration ofiheevent,wbra'hesawaTaakci :; V V

of such claims as may be placed GeruianWwnarrived. brought down by the next Iressel. :. >> Territoriea- question with dark.;and 'lowering on a hill side srtministerisg the coH' KattrpUdge' .
Ma hinds against the United,1b49. It is said the Commanders, having received A bay,supposed to, be.a good harbor, five v.or. aspect.thieeainga1most ft dissolution,'of. to three natives;'' <; --* ; vV V

Ly from the authorities most cool and direct,re. six miles North Trinidad was discovercttbytheinateofthC8eboenerVIalindo. the Union : and bit-thaa lightly treated VT ; : ,,. -1 ''
fusal of information or permission to see the fie named and disposed OtFWIU MuthTwith folded 1&bi'w1DB.1Iv -

CHARLES DsWAAL, prisoners, (eleven that bad been brought in by it pecisionBay. V V *.- j V arms,stand silent and fendure"this:fraud and We are .informed that a"Btatlfinsn.:by tt V .V V __

AUCTIONEER. the PiiarroJ determined to proceed to sea,retuke : An exploring party on board the schooner outrage nton1yVponerdJiex'J.1uterests. meydridiagIntheRcdWoodaami V V ___

JACKSONVILLE, E. F. the prizes, and examine.any vessel having Gen. Morgan had found-another.bay.twenty, V but this lock ryupou republican Jttstitufions/ in nwhciecthcsegnuljaonaterath VV : V _
&3&LES in any part of the County attended American citizens prisoners on board. The five miles South ofTrinidad.' Into it a fihtriver. V WiU Congress,with fall knowledge of the facts, other day, :and came'tint,bat jiecoad bes :aXChough < -

aii rwpectully solicited. ships went to sea, and.cruised off our port cev- emptied its wate!$.. It hadthree, fathoms on the '(as she ought tov have before the pre he exhibited-no,lack bf either courage- : : *.4 V _

!JSCkIVflTille, May 6,1 848AGENCY eral.days. On the 25th the steamer Saranac, bar at its month, but Ifne'cf.brea1 ers extended miseSjpermit) thw fraud to be carried out?-r"Will or coolness in.thecohtest.' Mr.B ha4 gosepot" VV .:; :? .

Commander Tatnall, arrived:off''the port, andtaking across it. The riverand bayw partially : she.permit the :present;;taembers.of Congress intheduak1ofventhg; nshVocauieia4 ; V _

Lieut,Randolph,on board.brought him examined''and named Mendicina bay and J3ran- elect,BOW knckthga.thedrfOraImisision.into was plis6ngras: he supposed, ;th e- bullcckf/' V-- __

orDB. into port, leaving the Albany temporarily nan river.* In.a subsequent paper we.shall pro-r thiUnio'njto enter and take their seats when, tinng/or] a momentto eximi .thes; V V

TITtJil'S charge of her first officer/ The steamer it.was bably furnish some further accountsof both! cs YI legitimate 'representatives of t a .sovereign Ih.yVprovedjo he three beirsi"eit U> lids by; ; V :. V __
S. S. .. .iELEBRATBD soon reported w&3untot by General Taylor. V iiVV t State,.?; If so, a .fearful calaialtjr;is about to side mrs moment two of them Iwdeii: f .
) MEDICINE the liberators V VV V dawn 'J "" the third and middl ofie made the saa' .
to help defend the Island against upon us. i& -- v- L. _'*f-- ; _.' i i'5 ,#
While .Commander.Tatnall wai'on-shore- with ,Nearly llthe Southerners In California, Okh1 *gnt1bug.- A. ; V V V : _
Used Ifj Ka mlk dutv Kakea xvecest w the bear: The Soittberti Convention.. and have been in This Waitakea ery.oz.ytkepparuus V
Uetk Riadolph 'they,were eurprued .to V V engaged mining, numbers of. : -
oat ofoughs the firing.of guns and cneering,and were*soon .V'V- V ? : : V3'V .whom have neHnpes working? for them.- These doomedrvictjua, whp,during the operatioa/took 2 _

Consumption, Catarrh, informed that the Spanish brig-oftWarHabane V 1iAsuvIfL. Jnne 3. The"Convention will (that is:the mining population) were .the'ones a knifswbiocketpeaedkandretuftei _

ihma, Heart Diseases, Dyspef. ro had come in with the rest of tfccT Jtfftfet prisoners. meet:this afternoon,at:3oVlock: | for,the purpose debarred theif.voicejni the.recent; elections. thecosjpHmeal by aviscroasthriist.: ;Tiiscirslyrnraged .. V V
Boon after it leaked out that the two of organizing }and,wiiiaentipn y From time to tIiusin requires their att3Bn., the btajst. for he uaaedialelyjchiasei V V .: V V

a, Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female priies; had been r ordered into :MarieL to keep. in a postcripti the iuun a of the officer&as ; tiodIt* tbe1tIeswbon arrival,IWQdh'ing edhai-victim" by the.onIdtr; .. _

CuorolamtSt, &crt &C then oat of the hinds of the men-of-war.' -TheSaranae it .is likely that nothing else'wilKbe.'done;; today how:thingibaver been ;nia ged eVpreES; tearing:/:-and1rsUngthesk'1tcsribln4: V
ALSO' lea here on the 26tb,Commander:.Tat. I may as i\d6wn; wor or-tw:
r. S. 5. Fiich'tSvpp0**** Shoulder nail having ha4 aainterview.-with the Captain that I.thing will be of interest tbyoni'as; ,iaar- emphatic langunge, that tbinp. re wrong ril&-thjiahtng diecr.t1 n ths.betterpan c V _

Braces,1 Gen raLt to said that in reply to this'request :king prospective deUberaUons' r the first and ought,to remedied., Thissentiment of.indignation. ft -1 _
lnhatintTvbetf and L&* to tee.the American prisoners,the Captain Gen; Southern Congre:- ? '; vr t* .lam qui ttOBU6W pervades*at'..lastbnethirii V i te seUootoflhzi who in.iimk.. .- V V .V V VV

turn on CoTuumpliOK,and the era!said: General Taylor has'declared.them f-',De1eaabaesmvedjnsuEcient; numbers t b>bosoms of CaUforaiansYorthft; lac redicament f ed deathlBru V

art'Ofprvzngjyfemd pir&tintI wji.takeA: ; $ A y.shall meet 'from aU the States that werefd be*represented; South are;not so much in the minority aaiaany bearb rber&tesoe4to ytheasmevzpee ..

: Otsltk& Wcf Metif* their jfate.0 The Saranic proceeded to Key here ;and I have learned enough pf their sentiments are led tobelieve .To the South.I woald SAJ, meaU jKa bisirkXiaataraseafcioager*: .. z.
West,taking with her.the Albany and Germantown. ,to.ground jsafe conclusion as to whaK come in hosts 1 withalTyour ncgrcei Tis not then;,walked off.whether ia.thebeli
On the 2Sth.she returned here having they intend-gow, Ihejennessee Delegation >et too.late to a'toightr vohitioa'fn had I UT been appointed Agent for It fl bale of on board Judge Marvin,of Key West,and Jndge wUi {as ft bbdy>sustain no measurebf resistance; .1'V *" orfrighteaed by the sppearaaee of a third person -; .' _

e&boi* Goods,and LUkehecit'anyDru1Vore Douglas, the Collector.iher .. These gent leoea .They are satisfied With Mr..Clay's Compromise_, il ste that my natiTe state,Alisaiaslppi, has im. ii ia* 'thecceae i.' .. --,'ii- tfer*-ssJo'deterauae* -'- ** -- _-*>_--. V :. V V V _
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la the Town ofps hid yesterday an 1ntCrei'witb the Captain: -&will-not object thc ndorsernbt eric .betathefim'tobVawnsidtoasenseor hr4u.ty ; V V; ., V
* )Tszpa Bay,F1R .. General, in company with Commander..Tatnall. jlhe"CoavenUbnij? ;Bntl-theiy will udccnnLo.uncenowbereexcet inbe niig politl alVstoD; ." 4cr k a!eI Va7dZcOTU7PwftWgrj _

:: Dr. L. Dn'ou : .and the after as ehe could from a few, .sir y.Delegates with gViwtjpleaMre the"proceedings of the eon*: .. .
n'.DEitch': $ "Gutp BOOK t up steamerweknownot: : whatihat confer- from Ala ams :i rgia;andp i.hpConefroYinIa ventwnat'Jackaont'whica'tkthe( aoastop ATf1L.Tb3 057 Oft 4ueSr0 va2 V1J$ V V

a.ntWa4ir enc ambuDted to-,but if the Key-West-'gentlemenVexpressed t3 ic'into consideratioaf Ihe bpenincf resiarke otbeJreaiden4g > .4
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not Teanesseejar) here _
uctIon* 'fo Mohersigt'theMageentof to'the1 eentbtrs1hfjji.piId6uithitthe.ydid ( counting uzpereqna.1t ting hisaarreose -
of ofjm reaolute and.nobleme iVas I.ever. #..
14ren. may be had, cratuitottslyr cal, to.dtisjes- they? A from V: : : V _
'ft for it a the store as abore *An'cztremely will > ,&the gratificatioa to know that they saw They repudiate)fr.C1aan1 Jill hisComf; eTer7SoutbeI*breast'brestbbg ihetrue..p1rZ8rItI V V _
''thI4laBoo. tbVamhoridesinthelrl&tssdsa6aHeuIu promises,sad will&vise the South to tatenothing -
"P hare 'caased to J&ehed iboblood"of shon of thf MiAuxLJine. Of courseitwouUba the Sontb. 4tb1n-habCe9 rThUIDg : : __
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$akekLUOL1 l e ed the jright otbpaia to ,which this resolatloa irill be estdkuybn haania of.jwnrlikoj ancient -
o1iza P44. stay counts wiUTa good ealof certaiatyia it* Jcsticeis retnrBingag 'whip7! handi vial 4tt _

. -. )* March 57e.jit pjobbi ieiSg put in a abapetb14U1nike.uJL. effective1 ling coidign poniahmwt oo ther fcttdVof UhewT rdiiesrde1ier

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1o jre 'nI quested&znuel to act G.1togCrs e ethi of rankjia' county I re. 'k 5- s $ ;, "ii; meWSl&tifc.i.t. i ._ ..u ;/i44tri: teou1nLoIt<4 A Jde..*nd'divcrsimemb6r 3U! $ that-* right id migrate with 'their pr-?

moct1 that 'ioltt nies'b ..Delegae.t ftoi: 6ed c urjwec4 oeaion theTpd the iIiese'Territoies;, ondre'--: ,
: o ii B Jr RJD : Mays\ > t. Franklin BraucladgeJosiah ; fdtB r ircepiQi | ited 1o: hOI; tioO ,f .'i'j1Go.tebinnt -
called j witVEscambiai And.that tbe
beginniDg : AeeEs delib tioxr bruibt in the
S tEow.' .COUNTY < > j *f **">'- r ** *t..'* eoter ; joy
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DeIptee hconipr
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proprrly zoung is
'S UNITED STATES: se them !ve3Swnen tbe.Ooitj'tbejfreppneni: BoweflSVilIlant'lIandc ck ajadlh>deasioDs-were Bpprovedunanlmoujly, r ilie. "*w
Szoa.-We4un. chargeot I'hai
v" 1JeZegjzkJomtb 4Z'a P4ke Tzers th4cUseOf tbe'33ith a basis ," (
S yj is called;in, brderih'atiheiiinameai'iay,bereidf Precmcft.Job 1tbeoq ; 'ent. JL *
: derstond the **fe3!
liartoireraury brothers and
,says which ? oa which all:her S -
that Excellency- Governor/Seabiook.s- rolledj-. -. ": Deegatej'roza theClea?1aterHathorrec&nctlIJflii thc Convention:ha prove\I this.; :Ki basdpnecptLing'else -2f Resolve4 'fbat C ngpcivertoexcludchom
., Mri vwl
-*-- - .f s Mays mo ,.that a Comcjittee comp s d ,'sesslwrwould memorable ;-
1 1f fcas appointed the Mo ; Robert VV, of& ondrchoWn'by the Delegiiles/ro ni each coun Tfre South'eaa Qp Vncet;la nTIwjthr' 5";
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Bar a well, Sena tor"to .Congress, in placeS represented,be appointed fohepurpose ofnominating'pefinanent 7 Deteateft si te "TamJ Preii-4ohi jeedjIn :faU;pf assurance' aid.trost ia'ieri61/Jr% !Ijrheld Id.iKe States o '
i Ioni and her Statesmen:
in'the discreti6nrof
t S Cc). -Elmore deceased. Mr. Bora officers of rthe'Convention Darting,Benjamin Moody; v .c_ which '
i 1 Mdinthe'essentialunitj&f DCe : any nets, may: begres .paz : ,

S S well is now ai Nashville, in attendance -'.' t which.' *.V"V"motion f-r ''prevailed.'- and' **the" -" following 'iThe
Delegates were appointed, vii ; 'S : -:t'otDr''' .' 'Franklin-- '- Branch' '..President-S ;tides that markvtbe CousenUon at HasajrillCasbneafthegteateTentsofourtimei <'f lie Conntituiion f.St .
S oh the South ernj Convention, PS one of and J.-Darling'Clerk ,,. \,., .i- *-' %5 : : :. ( bf-ftj
Sii; G. IloierSj'G. A. Croon) %. VT.alker.B.B. ,. : ': 1. *"* .j iSl. *-** "Jf- ** B)4.>" *- -*"? IS'' ; ...' tEs: ,1'
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the Delegates fipra! the State a.J large.We S Hiiton-JS. |Blackburn;, D, H. Mays,J. G.Centre .A/After mature deliberation the ConvenUQn"an<;, I p ?1 r -- -'S --, 3; fttt0/w, '[hat at isesVfr the djo

r are informed that a telegraphic disyatch Smith W. L1vesW.Defl8.fl3uffiogton Geo. nounced the/following.Preamble wid/Resolu: sJ n i$513 4ctcOntains six schedules of : Provide
S tins ns'eipresslng thVsense an&3esre! of the which' abstract not bfr dninterestirtg:' ; proper g wira
an ;:toay.
has been forwarded Him D.Provencej'M.Di rjirncEL.B.S .Cole the
to at he
: Jeriitoriessirice spirit of
people of the county u'ponjhjs' subject! viz. ; TJie firsOrelates to ttfe;fri f inhabiiantsin4 Ai
that place,announcing his appointment. S mmitt retired, and.after a short absence tlie ? > the naine/of every onewlth, ht.,szbcd *orj the 1st iean Institutions forbids ;lheiatf

., Returned, and made the following report: iaThal, feeling inyettxate hostility nhkh June;i is'o be PP- .ProtessionoccupatIo; nncepf mUitary governmects fcWSn

t5 ) Mr. .Barjiweli iV n gentleman high, For President,P.lWhitner-cif.Ledn;!, the Seminole Iiidianj jninifest&jas! existing' tnT placepf.birth1mnrrIe1 or .engle; zge, deafer peace, nnd as alllaws bereiof *'

: character,. and distinguished talent.- theirbosoma, towards the peppl of this State by' dumb jpauper,or cpiivictcdjinsane or idiotwhit in Territories
: VicePresidenta., 1'JoliradfDzva 'or black to read if .20 of ifig once belongin
S He was foimeriy member of" Congresff -. S :| A 0.JohnsonpfHau. their Canton; and nnprovoked aggressions of. g 'ailtObegIveii.non ability; ,," -over yean. 5 sign ppiyers which; interfere w,?, ,

from this State, atid for(several "CSecret ries,1&0-: Rogers* of Jiankiin- 'Julylast/jrhich'jioBtllit ven years otkInd.; Schedule'tw> relates slave inhabitant the fulenj..ympnt! 'of religion f the fre iAT"thu '

the able and popular President of j g Eas8eUj; AJacfiaa.. ness,conciliation and/forbearance have failed owner of slaves and numbers of slaves ; the t-- >rc iifj. the trial bjr jury iT

r years S Which Report Tras"adopted.. to softenerj&itigatejenders it absolutely necessary gf lives fromelavfc States,and the number manumitted oilier *of
right and
$ the College of South Carolina. S with'ibeWagecoWr and .natural af- prop
;, -.5 Col. Whitner, w'taking-the Chair, made his that the Said'Indiana ahould be'.at once Jictithis.,; : -,- '-" : .secured or-recognised in theCition -

i TEE COBAN AFFAIR--Jt Js .known acknowledgments to the Convention; for, the removed to their* own country,in th West-. z-'Schedule threejelatts; to,productions of agriculture of the United States are n

d thai'the, Grand Jury of the U. S. Cir coafidencejimplied' in his election, in Appropriate Their removal is desired because itis;th *only '' .to'the names of.owoers ntsund', iJ) VOIdSO soon its such Tetrjtor

,terms; alluding in a few general- remarks means by which they can be. preservedIfroni mahagers; t.liai.'cr'5 of,land,improved | the cash ccme American Territories
; if'itlulybfiheFederalGovernmenttoai
cuit Court in New York have farm and value of all farniiing
sitting to the grounds of'encouragement on which the certain distraction and.,oiirjzontier xelieycd vaVue.of theiorses, mules-and the, implements vork- 5 I
; ;
i been engaged in:the investigation the Democratic party.:will
rtent movement against Cuba. We canvass, and the importance of unanimity Therefore, the peopl ofthecbuntyof Hills- sheep and swine';-value of live"stock and of an." :those.winch) may be expedient a'W'

; S learn from the Express that on Mon,: and harmony the action of the Convention. borough desire, the. 'General;Assembly of this idals slaughtered during the year; the bushels. .cessary to (secure lo the iribabiiailand"emigiants

: t day the Foreman presented to the Court On motion of J. S. Broomea, Committee of State,to pass an act* nttb>,, -jrnezt'sessjozj,direct v" of wheat' ,beanspe' buck hea fctrleyj potatoes tosuchTerritbriei
Irish nnd lo jcbrn
; the ( ;swectj vcn g sfiectjTy e, ,
f The following Grand paper, under: instructions: \ of 'the five, consisting ofj.S..Broome.E.,B.;Blackburn pjg the'Governor the State to, cause,the In- oats, flax: seed, the'pounds of rice a'nd bbacco,, jfnll benefirof.the'Jconstituiiiinaj ]"'

S S S Court,have instituted Jury aif investigation as to the M. D. Papyj; L. Ryan.and W. M. Ives, was appointed diana to be forthwith to thft'lands assigned the bales of ginnedcotton'; ((400 ,lbs each) the we nssert. 5 V

: hostile invasion the Islaud of.Cuba,and have by the President, to, examine the credentials them West,of the Misssippi1iier, and value.of orchard pfoductionsr market gardens,1' :4. /Res ivd That td protect p4

directed nfe to slate to the court that in their of the Delegates present, and report ,that tb2 said act'provide IheTmeans necessary to pouAdsof.cheeseaid'bu1Terfla| ggarf tons of ;water, bops and, silk dew cicoons.Jindoaple .ty(existing jn;.the several.States o|U

I -opinion'sufficient evidence had not been presented the names of those entitled to seats. carry the same into execution., In accomplishng rotted hemp ogsheads of sugar, !000.1b3eacb)' UrlonbepeoiIe of these Statesio"lecl ; ,
to authorize the indictment of
S S S S or persona fur criminal violation of the any.laws person of On motion. D.-H/Mays, the usualParliumentary this desirable measure the people of Hills- gallons-bf.molasses, and >atue of i'ome': made" tHe FeqeratBoyernrnenf( mih'pitvers

I the United States within the district .rules'were adopted for the government borough rely with'coufidence upon the cooperation manufactures'Schedule *tho55probctsQndustry '- *: ,* 'of war-and.negptiati<.n; arid oftaining >
of this.Convention. nrmfes an and-assistance of their sister counties ,
the name of eaeh'corporation or
; DIFFICULTY WITH PORTUGAL. --A The Convention then until 3 ted 10.State anihoriiies
took o recess throughout the State.In individual producing annually ariicles of the theeii-icijes

J ;, well informed Washington correspondent o'clock P.M : the meantime iu'case the General.Govetamcnt value of S5UOreach.kinJ business ctpital invested -, the same ppwers ;They
3 :. S of the, New York Tribune writes 2 orclockP. M.-Tbe Cotvention S :was.calledto should make war' the Indians ip in real aud {pcrsoital estate; quantity, vmnfnaUon fa,the prqtectrdnfid.i '
; S AS follows: order. kind and value otraw mutcj-ial'uscd, 'iucludinj forded or thejdescnption.ofthe p'roe
to effect their.reraovuljOr the UnitediStates fuel the kind of nuni-
j Sir.Clay 'oat des Affairs Lisbon S ; rudtive-powervthe average
Charge be defended
The Committee Credentials made the ty to nor wjs n allowe
I is looked for in this country before &'..greatwhile. on troops be withdrawn from Florida,then it will ler of hinds employ ed.-the_ number and.cost of ,
following Report: male'and female luborfrind the annual,Quantity to the FederalGovernment;o5'em
soon is arrives,the Pregident.will be the duty of the Governor of the' State to
K kind, and value of ea h:product what should beheld Wl
: as
S -transmit a-special message to Congrees. upon "Committee appointed to examine credentials : property.
and the frontier
organize place a military '
upon Schedule five.relates to,social statistica the *
S ,as thevSiates deal with
S the-subject our piejcut relations with the the following entitled to asprop<
.Portuguese Dominions, that will smell'considerably persona force sufficient for"" .. nggregate luebtreaInnd.personal estate.;the" the Federal'Government is b uniItU l

gunpowder.. The difficulties that exist seatsin this Convention, viz: Ordered, that the proceedings of this Convention State,.country, parish, --town nd.rodtaxtbe

S. grow out of the continued refusal of the From Esca&bia-Villon Jordon, W. Anderson 'be signed by the Bresident and Clerk, 'and' collegesjacademies, schools, free and otherwise! ; -cognize and, defend' as such. T

Portuguese Government to pjy the indemnities A Hendricks,and N Knapp: theTamo.unt' ,raised.fqr.achools, arid received forth f.;re itis.the. sense'of this :conre
that the Newspapers of theStatearejespectfully -, from,public fuadsj thrlibhtries find newspapers that all.wjilch act's.of
: to American citizens,without pretending to given S I'cr JVflnJtfin S .tliVFederal (idyero
: excuse for such injustice.. Things have Bogers.. S requested to publish the same-also ordered, ; the public paupersmd their color, birthand.costSunLtyschooli .. 'teud'jo denatiou'olize ;
For Gadsdtn G A Crootae W E Kilcrease properljanyvd
been brought'cow to such a crisis, that there isso that a manuscript copy of these proceedings: ; the fiurblTesV ;their
v H'Mitchefl.S anil the -humber xeach will sccomedate' scNptrofl iecognizedinihec
alternative but payment or war. S ;;
befow riledto the the
S Governor/and, President'of the crfnjinalsJccnVicted and io. prisbu during: titUtiqn aifiLJiws.fif'ihe tate or iii
J Bbdson B.
For leo BF Thos.
A Troop of Galpbins* *- Whitner, ,the Senate at.d speaker theJAouse ,of Bepresentatives the year ; the,averages of wjiges ;by the.yeiarj 'djscrimi i iirlhe legree and'effitcy

S ; The, Washington S Union 'makes a catalogue Byrd: ,U B Milton, MIPapy.. of the .General J aembly of the month,and da/jand whether with or"without" of the ittect toi3eflctfik4l
Wakulla-N'W "
board and thVavprage and shortlfrop; *
Jr of the claims refused State. .' ; 5 or which former.
4 S by '-+FoT .T'fferon-Carawaj Smith, JI-E Bhick- Schedule six, asks.fiir(h ;naznj/oceeryper.soizh .: ( "
c Cabinets and granted by the present."These .- burn: ,.F P Millers, Joshua Taylor., On motion ofE. JrjEXart, he'Co vent1n then dieiurinbeyearth oge;' ex,$&- en poaJ.iueir4n:Terrio?:

S are : adjourned rine'die.3" _. Whether.mnrrie4.or single,\ pcde"jqf..f atjx, are plain and-falpnbfijpioationsi! {
For jrcczj? m--D II B Waldo R G
The Francia 'Claim," originating in 1810, < Mays, S ,' tAN KLINS BRAN HPradent.S place. of birth,Jiaeas? prof oj oXt.w f1 oda ulenttI la vtnd erTwlikh i1Ja
S .
; S rotten in'the beginning, and. refused by every Mays, J S-Broome. j; DABL1NG, .Cfer*:' j Thus' cndsitherjts rconjprisngl.iii *Resohedr 'Th'al Ithe' slavehoidii
S uJtninbtration since-by Clay: in 1S26, among For Hamilton- G Johnson, J'E Tntten, J questions in the six schedult-s. the infoYmitioh '
plates T:an not. and. will noisabi
others now it is paid with expected is as ta.the'y ear ending June 1, 1850.' : _
12,773 Parish
priacfpalS G. Smith W-S Proviance C Puming-
Convention, .the ..of' !
Nashville Congres
S interest for..50years,at six per cent,about$40S ,- S S The : any
tcn. .
000. / 'S i mposTncr onerous cOnditions ((6? \
S -' TkeJScnson Cidun?,less than ten years old, For CotiKribia S Hancock, J M Crews, J W The leading.results of the session of the Convention -, Judge.Sljarl oy und ibc, CoqaproJnalelter trainlsupbnthe; riglus ofmasters'ufw

rejected by Tyler and the administrations, Jones, W5T Ives,. J C Pelot, W Rosseau.; J J wye published in our Telegraphic des S 5 .. 4 1 move- xvith*Tr!'Uieir" i0'r"into she,. **rttdreofthe -i

S .Allowed and paid. Amount.not stated.. S Knight,GD Miller,.John.Frink, J RDnrance; patches yetterday. The position. taken has given 5' 'to.SeuatorFootetherJudge uses United prqperty
San Claim the highvet satisfaction to all with thom webavc Stales ort&as
"Tht on, ? $40.000, refused by forxner the following significant- Li-igunge concerning
admin ist rat ions-.gmn ted by J no. Prevatt, Jam PowelL conversed, aud has indeed .canstd.lively. Mr. Footers course in support'of Mr.. Clay'jj L'oui- law making discriminations in

I under investigation of Congress.uThe .. S S For Afachua-Vim. Dell, Saml.Russell. emotions 0fjoy-- The platform is plain audioteliigible promise,' which language u 'that of hearty approval. the proprietors of other propriyagat
Claim sold S uraZ McQueen The people Vf the South know what, *, > '
Emxg ? -S77,000for goods J'or ,-SBuffihgtonL: Ryan, : > them. "
the Menomiuto Indians refused Gui.Mar proposed by this division of .the.territory .inaccor UJ have watched course,'with-: in ; ;
by yp Bfclntosb, .B Cole,J) ,Prescott,W H G'Saun your- great B. o/prt/-Thatit' rsthe'dntjroliSi
: Junce with an ot&line,rendered fatuous by- ,
: and !r.Medillundeihvts.igtiOii"The "terest.' 'I am not-a politician 'and 1 fl ucerjujselfam"sufScientlyabovepariybiaatovieweveu S
Alabama CZflun,-SSO,0 JO) resuscitated ders, Jno.Broward,sr, W Christopher.. the m.igoitdde of tbecifl.roveries.whichit had s Federal JUovejrnment paiiilytorcg,

S by Meredith, and paid by him.The For St. Ji An*-Ueo.' Centre.- settled past"times. On the admissiomaf Missouri dispassionately.' .Your wholeicoursen the. niLe and Or inly maintain. the equal
S. Alien C/j to X"W. : it was 'enacted.tha. thenceforth .slavery, is commendable. J* ,*.
i -pnly $5,508 paid; lot'L'utnam-JB Cole. compromise question -righs> of the! ; citizens" of the set

Allen, of Cleveland,for two months'services For Orange-3 T& Cole. S should be excluded.from territory'lying to "We must"take: .thing*ftaibt'y.are, and.not as States, in tnTTerritories! of1ie.UiIt
collecting rents mineral lands in Lake Superior. S the Northward of her Southern boundary, which we would bave them, and jghapv bur conduct according -
S For Marion-.David Provence, is 'the line ot36 deg.30 mia.North ..Latitude. to exigencies. It would bswrebeeu folly Siates, nn'dto .repudiate .the,paivet!

: These, with the Mammoth Oalphin itcu! led, J'or.Monw& M. D.Papy..Which : When-Fexas WHB.annexed,-it. 'was stipulated to have insisted on what"you -aod J owy.regard make discrimination between theppriet6rs

.amount in the aggregate to a million of dollars. 'Report was received;: -,- that any States formed out ,of her territoiyrsto as strictly 'Southern frights. Nothing : different species of propi !
4 ffltd by:: Cabinet officers without warrantorlutbority'oflaw. the'North of this line,'should be free:'States.- conld have-been obtained ahat.course. If
by *
On motion, it 'was ordered that >said Report Convention propose that the South- in F delal.Legislation. The fuifil**
The Nashville ,
: the be honor at
compromise can adoptedKour
S : S be amended'by admitting all proxies to seats in shall assent to the'extension of this dividing line .least: is safe. vJodeedit 'seenfesv.tbe principle of this duly:by.:theFederal GovernJ a4

SEWARD CONTBOLLING TAYLOR! Convention, and the report was concurred'in aS through w Mexico and,"California,to': the PAcifio.Ocean for which We have beeacoatending.The mass would greatly fend to restore; tbe.peiof *-

S Tho, 'Washington correspondent of amended. with a distinct, recognition by Con-; of:the'Southern jpeople will-content ,within ; the-cptntyand'tollay the'exasf*.
S gress o'f our right to colonize the country South: Truest-does suit all meuvv*: -Ji. M&
the Wilmington Commercial, \Vhig ,6n motion of Mr. Mays, i : alien and excitement which now ezi*
A oth. .
paper, .thus speaks of the coalition Resolved That it is unnecessary to occupy the There is a simplicity in this .prop itiwi that. Could eveuof; you your,,do own nny party:thingjthat I Libink,would nOt please..Ultrae all between the: 'different sectidns>pfk

S S formed. between Senator Seward and time of the Convention by fixing the scale of voting commends'itat once ta favor. .There is amoderationinit -. u never can be.pleased. > '*v ..Take'y Union v For: it: j is the,deliberafe Op*

S 'Gen, Taylor to defeat Mr.Clays Compromise and' taking the vote, but that we proceei that shews, the Convention was 'word for it; conservatives nieu will approve ion ofthis" .Convention ;thai theVw*

plan, -and alsi irf the influence nominate. a candidate by acclamation. moved by no desire to aggravate the existing your course. The'WLiga.generally approve it, 'ance Congress given lo then, *
S ambition
by to ,a sensation
S. possess Seward" over.the .Administration S 'Whereupon,'the name .Major .John*Beard, controversy by startliog; >noVelties. .They.appeal to the and short the think moderate it will n be of.approved your. own:by3 party the.peo-JKi that! Federal authority' might Be eropfe!'
S *
I : '. *- being'submitted,and DO other; name'presented, past,and, notwithstanding the ;;great'provpca- ple."' 5'I S ed incidentally anil indirectly tojwXert'or

-.5 "That .archdemagpgue Sewa.rdjs.i.n. he was unanimously nominated by acclamationS tion to taketpOsition. f.mere deliau e3arepy TbeJudgefurtbersaya:. :- .: weaken theihs"tit'utions; exisiii
S : the ascendant 'his to the aggt'essive action of the North, they hayo: in the States
nd&E4iIthubOthjnOmicomplisbedAt confessedly L'eyouJ
cunning.hQstriumph- as the Democratic Candidate for Congress, at the chosen to Jeaye'Cample: room forJ reconciliatiou. cii e acja ;
.. ; .'edatid he now holds'this Administration ; will bei-; subject general rejoicing ral"jurisdiction and' cont:
election in October:nextOn / / s S S .,arid to:exhibit a epirit as (orb caving as
S in the-palm of his Hirty.hand.' My: motion of.Mr. Mays, committee three Itis..firm..l -- >% ,> ', # inUhis $tato.* ;.I say this, too, whiUt I cau&e..d 'thediscord which rnenTae

/God, whfat a.shame -How disgrace was appouited by the/President, .consisting of Anbthe'r point dfgrearioaportance is th'eex- distinct would jopjppse proositioanot'rf the idmlssaba'co jbY stitutiQground>Coliforni o?|' a >;existence of'the Union,. nd' '

f full I Thata of his teit to which the Southern'State&wererepre- velintgcdestnyea the effi ienMSf
thing -appearancewere" D H Aloys, 0 A Croome and>RXB Hilton, tdi'j.form sented in this Conventio ." When the amount of but for;other reasons; ;Ido-7iotsee; how any

'S ( there no other reasons.whatever) Mftjor Beard of nominatioii., I influence brought to bear'agaixist'it is orisider-: min can oppose;it3admi8sion; u:constitutional ;be.JdertiI, Govethmentiscl $,

should,for; one.tnoment; have:tlie, :control motion ol Caraway Smith, th'e president vOn ed, its assemblage in sucH t'orceyis\an\ immensepopulartr1umb' grounds, iu vIew of the plaia prbvi .-in-that 5. _.RofedThiat: "pefformafiie ?
of honest .' r''were belied instrument Jand the pructice.of the go tbe fuiuww*
our ,'good disposed- gallant ;ltsl'purpos i tbidUty.'is reguiwd'by
'. of this Convention': waa added to'said'committeeas > :in tbe'admission of"several States.IndeedJ'lhave ..-
.President. How with a conistentaid persevering'impudeaca .taI lavof'theucion. the
unforturiate-tbut JGen. eqdafitff.thei'people.
: : ., foundlmtfcw'thenofeithe
S Chairman. $ S : v? the !par-
.. showing determination jo try ; ex tremest .
S Taylor should, ba eiraeirdbytheJn:> have"conversed wttb '' bold 6f .The'following resolution KOI then offered by efficacy o f fuliehood- Then Mr;Clay'a scheme of. ty1.indI( man )-. :

triguesof such'a mah"from those vvho fr.Ran :, deceptioifand evasion,was brought forward7 aiidauotner enough oppose its dmissign on coustitutionalvfAlFother posing ihe JJuiohcannpt ,be dewjwitnoutidi8tqrbipgthevrameof

S could only advise hi rn to"noble4.and pa.trioti : : onftjLng resorted to for".the."samepurposercoMisting 5 grunJs questions are fur Congress i&$
Resv1ved ,nwIm.uilW That this Convention to determine.. The trutli'IIjbI3'CaliforntiL
deeds Hoxv. > in Infifaiie assertions that ; mstilUtinns This
; ihuiuitelytbeuerwould i American ; rij l?
sqe'iia newbnelt .f tiie :
S ; records with feelings of the deepest sorrow and thi.Southern pple ere delighted with,bis "waykeptrout *
jt have,ben for the .country if ; cdoye U 'yeiy'njer" aad it shall tekepVAutofUjeiXnshville ;1ioIatedJ&the'denial! oftbe ciiiKBt
it With
; the Vice President;FiHmare had :been regret,, tbi'detlof S : -' --_ Vity acheiie:As, the 4would crowning support faUehood'it-wa&circuhi-.great pndni-, ; Convention I.cita lave-holduig Stales of powei to efrtf;

4 tHe.cbrifidential. friend!'and afdvilfer if JOHN C. ..Commeatia'uuneceseury' ,S. 'ted,tbrougba; t the Stitt '(hat the[Convention have'anjrjn euc .Tbe compromise.Ii i ctb- 'H:ibeierritotieswith: tb'rupe.againsttliTsTightisa "

the old patrJot. ,But'ie;bas fttllwi" binamc Is h1sepitapb., '. ,\i was'diad.-tht there would be;no meetings. er respects free frcm Justground%e1can Of.ojectioiigetmntl, :S /ully acquired in th'e lale*.The w

,' ev-il hands indeed May Heaven guardandprotcct That we also succr deplore the loss of an.S that"atthe tmostoOy Misiippland South wjpseit t 'best A'haa "'-. .. war; upoatbstitutioa <

t1L him. Sexvard's tOHdys exrult other valuable son of thSout1RN1LN H- UuroHna would the projecktrottld be represented Bunpjy/invbjve vtbere a'ndjconseqnently in-' _5";. .... ,' .'?-Sousssisiv.vWOhaie*.,..' s y S ,- haae.who deny or i f *f

b a-manuer almb t insaficrable j heis ELMOBE/tHeeuccfssorofMnCalboan./ Deatli I Ihia ridicule allwhuattend4.This was put incirculatldn JOL1irofasuleDemocratio exercise/are unfaithful to thcucotion
; I I
r tenlly e main pillar.of.'Ahol H ion ism removed tbeto, !inlhVmpment of ouf perj], S : just before the time of meetingwhen there paJnbistate, that ; andII {disunion',foirows ',j&iruction

-j and he rid hUvfollpwers -wouldVaihg; z'L1kethesumthezdr1ed fonfltalnjiVben'ourneedwastho'sdrestj' was ot;opportunityfor'effectively,exposing it, been;so rashsoinrudent, and $6 recreant of lheiigbitheita.duties ;;
-" and onie-.delegatesf-iwTer ilseptf back by suCh to )b1e $otitbjs to adyocutei miserable bill
horanoas if -v '
to.mor'ow could -
th'ey have RiOrns! & ,,
; froni J 6uisiaha. the j ftcdI.teSeqste -- -
Whico'was bordered tiie rest those jr
i. unanimously to be enter'jjL means, among < ?
-4he tbroHtS'of slave owner lnthe. %- -' -\t t >''- ", <"- "< fed : RelvedThnTkheperformS
J every? ; the2oUrnal j-- > ,, It ha beettthe ifojlune of the.-Cpnteptilhjio) : .'I! Miss1ssipptsu :whuc.uiadvocate _
Southern States cur, thutoselves t on ; iheC0nventionU ?** fit tie pJroper mnrk:upon rf freer..from Ik inotionof DrPrConyeiiUonj ; the tbkks f the which'itKiu h by "
wiiVtheJt6pifljMrsibytarid .
ganger* VI; cannot think, ; ,Congteas to JeJ.embrrassments __'
4 writer or. pe k' of iSeward?withfa fair erofotcdf tbi"cers, froninine States ; the condu.of brtunteer&oxtI4e bloods .inyhich tne coofihe
? L: S Jiwas.also ordered that the proceedIng oftbisCouientIon secbnUiyJ by the;dignity i mod eraUoni-filrm* elil oC Mpnfre iuY4 Baro Vista,; l ino
-iharcofpaliesice orternperfoil look t-J <- x ffr 7"v --JKtt : -S 555'S
: be Uite
nea add uutliority of all its edings.Ithavj every eoocruticpre54fht
c upon him s4wenemyof the"C6hstiu .v-.' -.. < ? betacribe&forptihflc, .. -. .. ; : -ti9n.. dIcated thernseIycntit1 ch4en qurga1laiit Jeff 3a.vviiI Uoiled 'Si ale?,,no longer'

'S lion mid of jthf* S0utii'| ungcrupulbus/ ',.,S ;. -' q4 ).'*' ', '. .' atibenton. 1tbs de4tbo estIrwIh& and histbeIroppositi ediprs f iZe CtionuI1a
4 sneaking*, anil'U'ithlnlcnts sufficient' questions thaidistracVth; cpantrj If:nosproDosedii1) ; tia11 juchIla. be7ougbS _

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! eonshuefltS., 2'IieCOrt7 doncs ?ot clmiihe. : : -floti. : -

; ouId, be educ8teaandn djip'3ed arrgn biirr.fqr de1yngbsnei4m.Thc and dthtlfthey1u presenttheai for Kttlem t wthcpmeforTa4 tMqniredbystitotelod .

,jIer *adminisration and fitted flingTiaBaUimoK*from Nb djk,where dTthutEqbIorit; eUer s: infamftUscaliimtiy be tiepcnalty-ofthelaw' :.

self.govcrnmeflt the SaibarLc &cithfl1ftHar1iiii will :
L1vIOsTON urg.tb. $ bt21iTM : -'
1 Ration aSjate and to the. ; ; 1 -
as ; 'J iarf f Pxobate-Utttal Cposly .tlrtue of ihe water is a'tzJ fI ?' (UIL -' -
'it lent in the Confederaso jMxyCiay1 repel i1enfliaodon. .' -. ; .
of A place caT> Mi'g;; cpatcjhM o'nioiircoh8 ; ; -
frmedflnd or- tipt.ihe Seni'.or's 1 insinuation against- <.. .if PULA; 3)TSEEP8L& : -, ., '
. con j Caropbelty Tfaey contradict x I _
A ( >=4' KI < ,
i'. admission .t- V :'4 -1--T which WO14 -
mifbt well claim toe ri v jmfe.1 r ; '" : r V-t itoajr -. :: -i 1ICCi4 rtaWo2eInlo,m 1
;&:ed, ou1d dispuie-the many of-the fal uth4 vkichthebeen lJ ,ston, *: ) Wn&j talJyspggsrttli tbtj HylaiJrirt ,b.Mssg .
Union nnd one tcojifej'orafetv tipys.. ihi'ciij 4 <. v ** 'tntmths after date I shall:present from cnn j almost mlweoteBs cixri effet&d bjfthatthe7lal -. :: ':
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of the cl" iicounts ahi voucheriAi thejl'lministratrix >ill1b I '
iiitltv; N iber the Snrani not. TheAlb % -*. ,
RestJVe4 Tbnt a recognition.of MrWebter. I ; r !ithttsih'eIuty Bi Eosran to the Honv ted: --- .
any-qther. es'e1ofwar.ofthe Uni -
9. would deprive.the quesjors nor of the kludge pf Probi fe of CblamblvCoantT, andtbal .. - ,
his ptinC3ple f and 'the Unitedtatesoftbeul' led :site,. :met !)bje. Spanish"vj.which la.rto stopreb"ates"q.n 'perepoarTOatVs. 1 shall at th'e snme time apply to said C ttrt-foradi ful place to 7rhUeTraytlm -theirmlewln .
between Texa badrvjlie.CoYitojNi prisoners,' ; h.irgefrom aidadmihistrition>fsald'AU estate. tx:spr id Mthibe fort of the Indj1d ao *.- ,,3 J
sectional character and He could not Jsii.hew.qjiietly'aiidJj interested desired tak¬icei ertion their Ul tie to k F
; boa rd. These:prisoners ,bad been lanr rf""J V persons are to on 'parti; wdatiog patUf -
lave them for adJ.astmnt *'$ ded ihe < ,jvitness such breaches of, leroi u m. >- -':--- ;- ;siIEcRaDDEftsDN1 ft r ihct eomfort and pleaawr ofTl iteT ; ; TivThe '
rtaU from sectional prej.idiStnd at Hayatia, 'where : J6ve7horGeneralrpromisej .*". ,3VI.ri Benton. Oh", his all .'veriv 1JkAdm1nI3tratrI1A1ligtor.1nn ,.:- Burrottadiogcou'miy Jailed HJiB* rtnd .
tmbvice to' reat them vfc\\t\\ \ .Cth Tartejs.anJ the Strei n TWIth'IS festrtof :'
; considerations The Vice President-sajil lie did not ,_. :1-bJ8G, t -
upon ; *
paeons until-jrnegociationAvith.our own Gbv- -- -I fish. Good dogs and fiahiss ticM HOI b t
magnanimity andjustice. would.deter/nine perceive the .tendencyfofihe remarks.of 4 ; al1imeitthtirertce. -. --'
eminent destination.
1 f -
JZewW; That a. reeogniticn.of the Seriatocfrdm MTsM'uni alpd ws-not; *-* .lfl : *Conveyances frotaJACKSONVltIOf; mrtOijLhe8PBINCKaiantiffi :
10 Itwas expected they wool l. be eitorTroth,1erj f -?, o mlj.7* -,, :5V -
would infuse a sptrit.of itf'the ehair when the Eastern Ciitit bfE1orida.- -
his principle icturned to'the TTnite l : for tla -4 V .' -
States -i--- --- : :- Y2. :: \13oardperinonlh: ; > 0XChndrtaandl ( > -
ad- .. -
the discussiona an tuckyfir4spoke. t -- -- -
.ODCjIjfltjOtI ? Serfaal J -
v 10,03'Horset
of tsecti-na! purpose an Jnveitigation'iii I L tUn4enod4Ok: : the ifloor. :He "'<_ -- -- .;'' -'. *' -
tm-nt of nil the objects our o.wn courts. Evidence' has-been- tr'T a ternilbf th'e iCircniiVOourt 'kelcj i 'at tht per'ttontlL, 4- 18,00rpHE -

:iiDnte.. which would atl'ord.a guaranty collected from the soldiers lauded at .did- not fue11 iipeaktpgaf''er tkicIIe'" I-,_tI L.CoVrt"Hojise'at.AlligatOT 1itd for the -- ---i :BUPP1NQTON: &U&N., L4i
determm"ll. "Atraoiion'Ayas raadejq adjourn? 1t of conmbiaon esday th4thdayd3Liy. -
early and satisfactory county _, -
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Key that these -' -- ,
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waicarried-yesi3O- nays 23; !The .&D,18ZU, : --- -

. That in the event .ajotninant faithfully performed ;their jduty to Senatend.journe4. 1 lass,:Judge of Skid court. ,, : : -i:
shall refuse to the expedition, and. .were "preparing to _:, '- .- ... ,_. "' n "' EL2fta ,)/ -, 'V -- UNDEIGNED es ecfaUy ioftra '.
majority recog- return() ihe United Stales without Jan y3 :: .-BinofDifwefc: -- --JL' -thePablictha tc haa opened*5lot at, '

ie the great constitutional rights we ding in Cuba. As to that OPENING or THE ;MuMMJ.-Quite a KHICHT. )*- .-
Wrt, and shall continue to deny the the Saranac had offered itself Jo.the largo and intel ligeritau dien e assembled II- having been made to appear to the satisfaction'of ? and jP 7tf;;that formerly1 r3he, baa oaupled oa-hand/'a"Tariety"'flffC5)d by iIrv.Wo.BRo83 -:*;-

bUgflU0flS nf.the Federal Government use and control of the Spanish 'Captain;L at the Jreai9nt'rrppjertii3; ; | forenoon, the CdurtbyAffldvit that the 1)4fendant which haitb n'the Noniem, -' L.
maintain them it is the sense of this th'e .of ,the ,-MaryKnight;resides beyond thejimrit rates is -
ope7iin MrkIat'exeeediagllow he tnablod .
to -
10 General, every officer is ,Hgnant at. witness mummy of the uxte xtf.FlorUl nirin\the State f -
invention that the Territories should circojalion. case imported by-'Mn. GliJdon.. r-. %* to dispose of on taelmost satisfactory teru.them'bewo .-. ': -
its It is without.a shadow : Georgia: ? ,... '
treated an properly and divided befecathe of foundation The- case of sycamore wood,. 'ornamented -A It is;-on inotioa of W.M.'lTesEsq Solicitor -Among Id enumerate t % .

section* of the Union, so that We understand* that (our oriive of with hieroglyphics tv.asTphiced of Slid Complainnnt, ordered that:tha said:Defendant Dy Goodof alt kinds Hard 'f
of both sections be adeoaiely sand ariil wfiile- ,"Mary "Knight,- apptarland :plead; -i!
le, rights horizontally a ;, '
the Cardenas had been upon
secured in their lespectivebtrcs. prisoners executed .theNile answer or demur to ihe.Compiaiaanty Bill of ware; Provisions, Crocfeery j
-the Spanish: authorities making.a Mr. GJiddbn upon : ConplauitVithin four months,, or the aid Bill '
! That we are aware ibis course broad distinction between them and the and pyramids offiiza and 'ib :receptacles and the outers therein contained will be taken Medicines, Fancy :' 11
to grave objections, but we are where the 'mummies 'were as confessed? *- S
i open prisoners taken at Contoy. Captain ? ? &C. &,C. -
of it is farther ordered that
iA the adoption a copyoftbsorder.1uy '
eady t'e acquiesce 30 min. North lati- Tataall had interview with the Captain found on officiating carpenter, with certified,be published in some News all of which Mil b sold at pices lower.thaa -4
be line of 36 deg. General, (Copsul Campbell being a small BavVj.proceeeled tosawthe, case paper within the JEastern "Circuit pf- Florida. hate hitherto beep offered to the comma tj. '
extending to the Pac tfic oceanvas wise. tUierLbi* had been done He would aliojtate .that\U Is buTe peciaintention '
ude, present,) which ended, it is sard, to the length puce i week c6n3VcutiTelyforthe! period of four -
concession, uplu considera- sides which 'occu ihs. : ** ''' '* JOikee on hand it all times& f all .--j
n extreme satisfaction of all parties.. Otar consul, nfl two } nn operation mo .
of tb
ion of what is due to the stability of ouristitutlOl' had not been mpris ned. The Captain pied about half an hour, it was ready STATE OP 'FLORIDA. r "BbV- jocuas --- 4 rst- qtza1it -' p

'S. to be taken for the disclosure of .colt3icnty.1! 1
General had dot beep civil enough apart :
:I S. Sc-iRBOEouGjivClerk of the Circuit Court Bacon >Ham5flour fork Lar3 '
it is the -
12. Resolved, opinion what it contain. This was done ; ,
to open the letter which had been previously might in and for said.County,do herrcertify,thaflheabove - '- --- -

!f this Convention this controversy addressed40 him by the consul, by Mr. u I ill don aiul hisassistanti contains a"true copy"of'.the; brder dnlyinude ButterSuffiirj_ Coffee, fee.., '&S :
hould bet-nded, either by a recognition consider consul lobe view of the whole audience. 1'liemurt. and entered of record on the abovi stated = j > -r -r* -" f -* 'f-
he did not '
as our t* '--5j> which heill sell at the lowest cash; 'Al>6
of the Southrn .. pnco. -
case. ,
constitutional -
f the lights came pat in beautiful c'ondition -i i
with diplomatic The my -
charged powers. Witness hand and Uie Seal Lithe Hay & &
tionf jny > ,
people, or by an equitable patti if it-had been in-its -but
Count D'Alcoy is "represented to have deposited cas [SEAL.] of said. Court, this 30th,'day of- -
the Territories. That the spectacle the manners of an old Catttilian gentlemen yesterday, instead of 1500 years before May,185QV '" /* JQSEPlJ f I -

f a confederacy; of States, involved in but stern and even cruel 1in the the bii th <>f Christ. It came out swath S.' SCAflDOEOUGffCzzJnie8,1&5O. .. 3m"nstOBc -' :

juarrels over the fruits of a war invhich execution of his duty. Present appearances ed in linen, smooth and but, slightly 4m"Sherifif's : tfved/per Brig'Ejptlan ll'daysl ,.

the American arms were crown- do got justify any speculation of discolored -by the lapse of time. On -*, fyoia New York,'a choice applj"ofprpvisionSj : '

d with glory, is humiliating. That war, or perhaps serious disturbance the.front ,covering weirea series of.hieToglyphics Sale, Benton Co., Fla, consisting of ' .

je incorporation of the Wilmot Provi- between the United Slates and Cuba. uf a fresh slate color I as I WILL expose for sale, in front of the Court Flour, Bacon, rkHamsi- -- ,But'j' -' --

o in the offer of settlement, a proposi- We learn from tho Norfolk distinct as if they had been just painted.A House door i of Benton county'on bt *
Argus June within hours the ter Lard -Coffec
States IMondayin legal ;CheesSugar(
ion which fourteen regard as burst of and of
that the steamer Saranac shaped her applause, a murmur following property"to wit: One hundred and
upstaging and dishonorable, i* degra- course for Savannah in order to com- of surprise jYom the audience! showed! sixty acres of land more or less being N. E.. 3 Dried-Apples' ,;Peache.; &c., -&c --. -

ing to.the country. A termination to> municatu for further iiistrucViqus/rom the-sensati'Ci which the exhibiiioii pro- :of Section 35, Township 21, Knnge 13 East.-. : 1Ai

his controversy by the disruption oC iuced, Levied ou as tboj>roperty of S. T.A.Branch,to
the Government but iu Hayil mp0iiaint; Oil White
the abandntinentpf j constquenceof satisfy A Fi. Fa., issued from the Circuit Court ,
he Confederacy, or by As the thus befowilie
territories such an important part of her macliinery lady brought otHillsborough county in favor of P.K.Bailey. Lead, Glass,.&c., &c. ; $ :
ihe to prevent giving away, her course was altered for public, \vasaccording to the incriptiptison N. L .MOODY, all of which fc offered for. ale: at thejlowesicash 4
utd be climax the shame
result\v> a to Norfolk. heir saru6guagus, a persou-rank, Sheriff.. prices, by .

rbich attaches to the controversy ni d the daughTer of n high priest, -it May IS, 1850. :tdsV.t, .: / : :: JOSEPH }'IZa.- -i '.

rhich it is the paramount duty of C onCM was naturally -expected that the interior f3- The above:sale is postjonedDfltbe'firs 'May1S1BZO. r : -
Scene in flue Senate _
to avoid. v of the-case {which by.:the way was in Monday inJuty $ez4ee. -

13. Resolved, That this Convention : MONDAY, June 13. a wonderful state preservation) would ._ r e--; 3BOTTGHT' the&a of Cafaffibia"t -

rill; {not conclude that Congress will The compromise-bill was.taken up- reveal some ornaments, jewellery,, .AltacTimerit NoticerFELIX : -'-- couaty Florida, and .committed. -

djourn without making an adjusiment the motion of Mr. Turney pending to trinkets, 4c. of value. :But4bis--5pec- -LwiKGSToitj V **- -' .----7k-, toHhd: Jill in r Alligator j :the'2St1 h .- -

f.this controversy, and in the condition strike out all that relates to Texas. tation has not thus'far'been gratified 2.Co1uthbia Co. -- dayof April, 1850, art egra =iiD.-Rko' .
says his name DUBLIN that he belongs to '
ti which the Convention finds the ques- Mr. Webster spoke briefly against Probably the interior foldiug, which WITJTA.Pii1L1FL' _J Vim Cofleic, or West Florida. ,- Said_ I j r f:
ions, before Gongress, it does not feel the motion ; urgjng the expediency of \vill i slur bed Mil Wednesday ri.JL HE- hereby defendant notified and of all the:others commencement interested are of aboat 25 or 30 years of'ae%ajbcmt' 5 feet fcfeh.fand8tontlraflt. .

tliberty to discuss the methods suita- between this .', ---\> ; .-5' --- -
will of
tin inerpositiozby.tbis government reveal some -curiosities nature this suit, returnable to-a 'Justice Court, to be. -
le for a resistance Jo measures not Texas and New Mexico., of The;owner, la requested tocome foTrardrpay '
yet as well as some specimens papyra held at Alligator, oti Saturdaythe 15th"day of chargea'and take hlni:awarVv -----i-_'_ -

iloptrd, which might involve a disouor Mr. Seward followed IQ.opposition to ,. and. a ".ScarabiBus". or Papyrus June next, and to appear and plead to the same. *' MABTIN/H FBEEZEcfffe.- ;. '

to Southern State the bill. H. attributed ail the delay book of tbedea ? .
in the transactions o.f the public bu hc Egyptian dead. -.Boston. Transcript : 5v r----; -- -t- --- -
siness. He supported the motion to ofAloriday. e ofjtuePeace. : .
Orleans -
rw Delta of the 12th insi.ay rAI me"iaci'4ftviu.ap
: '-last evening we inspected a num- strike ont the siavety grounds. .June 1, l8O. 1 c -- ;' ;. ;T _: .at-- ..-VmHB :::' V .

Mr. Clay warmly responded, and denied A..Sensible .r belonging ; STIBSCEJBEB! ias reahed/iii,1
)-T of-very briiutiful specimens of Gold Negro-Sam, a negro man, :- : -- just
n the uosfeisinn of Mr. ii. B. Williams that, ilfis bill was-i he cause of delay to .\Vm. S. Mullory, &sq,.who went out :' tamin1sirators'-Noijte ;X ;store the following articles, which heo&'- .
the public business. He made in liic-lurk John 6. Culley, to Culiforuia about person indebted to the estate.of Joseph- fer a at prices;that cannot tail,ttf iuit porcha" -
in VLL .
ilioiias: just arrived from California, fifteen months ago, returned home on Sunday : ,late of Putnam.-county deceased, sers; .. ':1 : .. '-" -t. .
i'd bears with him the rich evidence of the charge against the minority, who so morning,having come by".way of the Isthmus, are requested; 'to1 jnakejmmediate 'payment to Printed Muslins,from *, -. */ 1P.olkido (

lie treasures of that wonderful .- long resistjr.d the committee, and since .*n&t theuce tb New York,in,wj ich. city ,heremaiued the uuderaignedand havingctuma st 'atAYhite -- :--423:( 2 ;

specimen* even exceed ,the ac- then have .procrastinated by etery u week. With every opportunity.of the eitateure hereby notified-to prezent ther ,Plain and:- -Fi- 'ado' : from- '-15 to,50jCaUcos ;'-' -
Lb tVejJoi. within the time of.this.nbticewill Ginghauv- i84LtO373' *' .- t s.--
means its Caiuiog acquired by visiting so prescribejbj-law, -
we have re- in Mr. Lfl:1LjfI1ceWhtre: slavery does not exist, be be plead in bar of their recovery. "* rthe Latest StylCjV'l r 10> to 20 .
eird ; and in gazing upon their.tempi Air. Foote'followed .reply to prof.'rml-very; 8 n.siblvto return to his muster MELTON HAYNES:.-. Linen Chambeirayii, n!*.. -,.. u 20 to 2$ -
ng brilliancy niany 'an adverrfurousi'izeii Seward, and was frequently -called to dim JiJu'i tnt>e.through the iIi'called non s 1av ..AdministratorJacksonvilleJuijelst Figured" s, U< .. -"' 18t7 : '

will makeup his mind to wend order for his personalities,. Holding countriesioruuitiiu 1850.* &' -*vL$*>'>_ L.a Hatndkercjueft,,- 'E rl2to1ooH ; --
1 ,
Mr. Turney then urged. the motion -Liaea Drills] ,- .>.- *' ; 3l3t.i1OO -
its way to the Pacific Onemass- JA cKSo N V.-LIiL1 V tngs e --o 502,00 1
[bemost remarkable in the collection to strike out. Arrivals at,llioJi l soiiviifi'IIoiciJuuu SUkandLisleTh&Gl '.12-t,62- :
moed tofu the ..lijankin cH1i. $TORE. ?
-weighs 46Ib!-It is composed of gold Mr. Clemens ;: : A;flue aortentotEdginpantL1asertions- i i4:
the bill to be paid to'i'exaswith one 18thJamesM Andrus, A II Joniskt., -- Led 1tbBricBuId1.E, at ejery pric >ith ttany other article*in the' : _
mdquaitz the former -
thickly .c' atefl tuistiu ; 1eI'. BWrighr do, henry P-King, DfGo3Eneiaelf-ycekecL:JVt call tewlitf -* '- :. -
per the latter, and mingling ihr .jih it million.AlrvBenton. : .43u-P 0, thipt J B 11oweLtJcksonv11kj UcQuer .- Bu, &i1' ir ;'- -' teL"5' "Tm 'WMVZWE&S; : _

utiful vf in*of the pure onj, $ OOO replied to -Mr.. Clay! :j.nd Augustine, -- :----- ---s---- 4 MayJ8-18D.: _-___,.; .-. .' S ,, i xrf4; c-
lye been refused elendecl the minority on the .charge.ufilelayhig iLIe, Cpl -Samuel J,Rodgers, Ap1ilachacob, O JFreebnJ SUBSCBlBEB- ouid respectftillyjh- - .
fordiiUpiece.GEN. _
THE ; : -4iD4sx*! ; --
Creek.INfiJLLlGENC ; ;
a W Cole Black -
S i : -
the business. He read ,-Philadelphia! ; : ; -
public the citizens Jacksonville arid surrounding QIX months aftedate1 shall prisent,my M I ___
FOOTE AMD THE COMPROMISE. from' a speech of Mr. Clay's defiveieit cpuntryVthat teliaa opened the above s;,_ Toachers"to: theHon.Jodgs of

hi is gentleman is mistaken Jf lie vx* in February last, t< show that,jheininrorityvftt LII1Nt ft* eatnbliahment a,vieiV- to Beil.'goodi'at Probate of Daval'conJlty,for:a 1n4ettlemet 5 ?

,'tsthat his constituents will approve; .this'.liine occupied, the : .sameground.which : :'sonabU rates, believinp-that'fiimble' penny is arid szt a diaAar from the.farthri.1niiaIt i > fj
.bettertban'a slow baa received
his course, if he votes fur the tjonr"roraise Air. C occupied>n. '; : >O BT."-O F;J A.,tjmSO.-V- .-- t-VI' IJ- .Bill repotted to the Senateone.8th Mr.-Cli the renmrksofMr and rlatest- S -- - :/ -
.rejjiiioed to -: style of"Fancy'and-Staple 'Di-y a w1tRYE: :SAliNDEE$ '.
inst. We have with % ..-.- zMi. ENTER11. ;
conversed : s.-- -
,.Benton. ; ," .h ; ,, :: -' S
lapy! of our most intelligent and influtial I-InuJ4ApipOle inicply! j.o.some Jane 1tSbr.jMor.qqtbe114ewYoft-' : -- English and: American Prints; Ginghams; cksonTiuerebL 23 5O S

Democrats who their AIr. JuueJ9tu- uam.i, GruoiOly, SaybrookJufl' Cbuiiibraiys j ;Whit?jnd.ColoredMuslin4
avow remarks. ireret.f/ore made by, Dayton. ; :
EmbroideredWu lins Linen Lawns -
; j '.
iii 1 l9tlL-Brig Jefferson \ViUey West. *
opposition IQ the .bill, "r anything '. He ai4 :.Te xas 1'4Y. ,threatened .. ,Key. F Silk Tissue& 'Bi zJ2C.Handkerchiefa; IS ISBOWLING
'- cr11ali.t; "
ke it. The Southern that She 1izid .Silk and.Cotton Handkerchiefs-/ '
man, sane- milnary' forcer, ; >
to ue : AttEYi BiLLLARD
June i8th.rJ..B.Luntj HardyT New TorkV' : Cotton. Si1kacI SilkdlVhliO ___ -* -. .
on* that bill.of oesLisISpup "
abominations i
and hi -
recre- commission ?:authority -. ; -
but "" : SALOONE- 1 -
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single .
a -
June.21strr&toO.-lLFi3h.&ey,West ; :
and Colored Hose ,
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South and of the .a S
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But i
unworthy as *
had been plicyediv ------ :_- "' T -r_ ; zT: <* -. ?- j

)mfidence of the SlUtl3pOpe.) This was menaced..wJtbtjdrc ; if ahi asserted ,, 5.- ._;:. '1lr wnSbiiis and Sheetlrigs r q1lilsvBsc1uEER! ha jost opeae ,r i'B4 "f"l f Z .. *l

Strong languagebut we feel andicnow her.j-ighu.," *. -Tf 4 ; ., -. -' -' -r BIeachedJ :" i:( Nortk aide, ipae door'/frosa thicorher ---v -" .- .t ,
at it is true. Mr. fientoo hd Mr. c1ayba4-so; S" EALED.PBOPOSALS'wWrbe' wceivedjby, -, -WaK-Linens j.SiikCraTats;;Cp lorO4doj. f IOBSITTstreet..a : .- -
v : r'Swiss
The people want the of la, :tnaudincamitts'o-t-; Tab1eDamasksciccb Diajier; BOWLING ALLinr : -
question > '
.conirovcrby in:regard thejTallegatipn Setmna :- Le rntng7 6 i. !atj Madison andic)3; FbeestabFinnenL, baa be fitte&iip L1reI. '" 4 ** *$

ery fettled. They;want no {'truce' i of vbeJaiteMtal lr. :13eptonJ>,last Court.HonseVFIoridjC',until i.12 tfcjock ., pa : Bared 4o..Stripei doj-r-i ,; -:- new, and U opth for_____,,the receA5 $& _
at leatep.every question of importance November, oppose'd lo.thejadmwsioii ofOaiiforma. Saturday;th-6th flayof; July next,Tarrurniaht; Wb3teUid IqdBerliCrdx1 euEualrb.QtLL-- --S S ) -,--:S, -I: ;'z5-"p-i;: -"

settled, except again theouth.- t'Y L lag material, erecting, und finishing jpqmptete,- i Trimmings, oever.y description;, > M; 1
y Spring* Jacksonian. Benton' ; iel- it. '2 ". of woodf(ftiain: ;:building, 1iybr;thirty feet j. Cblognef 'jrench gxtractefw "f v Xk been applied with the choiart llquon. .- -4
'Air. two stories Wgb,with twp How to STOP A P&ra.-Tbe only .. Mr.,Clay; read- the Jfiter from $C ; %V! v* '-" : Cdtte?*aud Lee's Spool. Cottons '":. Ji-Uijlv'vl r* be f prepared i- :*-- Wiihileapateiu.4hcseaou ---r-o zc: -. be ore- I "

nest vag to stop a paper when not Louis, signed jph W. Jpeiedt Jsi tatihg' 5Je-whole work to-be coapleted re dytar; delivery .-. MosqujtoKettingja*' -., 4. i s- 'i-->?--. t-1V* *? will be at all timea suppkedoy P_y. 4 : _

anted,*!* to pay into the. hands of;the ibatMrA-&flLoa b4 ez9ieseJith s, by the 2Oh4a7pfPeCz4e nesJ1ti Wtb- EringeGwnpsand Edging V : Y*" tidYeiiisoa8teeks, &servejs Ia
"'" for thef4thfuL pertormnceotbecoutra4wijbcftquired. evy.viuetjcf9oo usually kjWina auksvl orts:notice. -'
'Wtnasiej whatever yinf owe:for it, if views :. ;4.. *. v.jg. 4? ? i Dry G 5 i6re PersonJ8 wishingtd jnrdwsei ; 4- S -
be only! for two ttarabere, and tee that Mr.Beaton liojed xb 1etterutvouId Persons! d&posedto.biJ,,canobtain more spe will.da.wfll tfrCaUiiiaekimineforthemseUea.1 '- :

postmaster writean order to:have: be, eoired oautli7e journiL fligitiic e. cite iforiniou $toibc baracter f the wor ;3 : W1LL1&t P.JJWEES.i4 &uct1bttha memudMco __
riileI to be done:and also see*dwf l the : _
tbatr ;
ne stopped. There is of dedto4cge "
no ise .
by personal ixppUcation:to; .- %*. f -: --ru;
hdttsg the publishers letters or, papers ed:th&buneS9fthe benatejfln4-was ,- ; ;V' RTONPOP4- fl&'hiaa aiia "*; 1Tt _

'it.t tbejHWtage, unpaid! IfyotiTail originallyin (aor of DdrnittnS'alf ; tTliEODOIEABWDGEY ; Bg 1ktaGet fr t orsM er '. I _

do this do ieasure. ; a r: S--t\--, ; .> --jthb
not comp'-oin, if the pub- foruia as ? separate ) -- : 4f :
then continue to semi the .; Q1'ybringiflg13paflOU'8et f F7 ;; orguests Itasbeen priideL i z
Otta paper. : '"- Pjropo ds wUlalao be receivwiatidconsideTrd ge ticzit orBooisui2boee.dcvdn4jo4ale fife i illl't
CouEfcEWe continue to send < for recUng rtlielmildio tfn&k4'|: I' oz dc3 nik 'itiKitT* .. ,
Lp rs to*ubicribcr8 after the jlitne for; I Mf: :iq1 bMe. no 4hou3htot. '- -. Wderof tkeBoardofttusCccagfW' at j pare i ; ?& *- -' 'Ei l

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T :- i NEW, IORlt, LIFE'. iNSUR rru1R8UBsc1BEItshavIg' :- -- tskenA"o5: :;'eue, 1. r *b T- ;"''_' ,v--'* itWe1" .; >l -t ::ft1t.ttr"' :he" 1miorraM. 1W"fte :',
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p t J : < f dPth11tf$1$ wellttownlforiits ailSlhV'WHMiurs of $ .tl 1r. r <.,;
'. -. '. been-'bestbwedvuponthis'weUknpwnv:establishme :warm, light and< good- -/ ipniss '( -. "UIft.-
i'. ) !, MORRIS": .FRANKLIN,:Prerfrfof, '":. 1\t.< .In order the better:to.merit U they.naVejenlarged : I 1 !lagt;,.e vo f .- : .1.A. '';:iR., 'F-. .'-_i.v 4. .__ .87"If. j".;
: t' h lj rIEfiie :tbwaterl88oftau4: ipire; and 'PI 1ete _". ,
t : Vice President .1111 Koreul ; 1 .ra .
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; to I 1edt-health'It'Several b :Athej acre .
'I : / ,.' building;an1adoped manyimpiqets;;; .1' -" '- : ; ". .J
_.. J' .PLIN'l. FREJWAN..ddi- .. .' ''pr te the hea1tlLand'cOmtoit.of iheli guests could 1ie'got/ajalent and sImiIrthe W Wbto.dnUwaln' t \ 5 J. l!' k"
I ''he old friends:of the' house will,certainly. f lI d.ii ** ntt D. J.TJif '

: Amoantcf Funds lUble. for losses., -$ 95,Osa" 34Bal. decinit ;*dvge tht the tab1wiIi bnsdci' suge f$good''in tJ e'lhef, rln" ;_d ; DLTOiisxi's SAiSAPAILLAki' s.
of Premiums above invest.saento -' T iJ --: ;f -speedj "h1aI ; j&z'foribe ,;
thirkuperIfltend otmnTaperie&Hostess p rIariewhLchlter : ;! t. '
,16,937 600 who 4th1 : flatter"themselves 'convenient distance the public land, ia a' \' ; 'geaeral .prostrationTigoraling t
,:b'/: e they : '. n "on !i'I; 1BELY 'VJGftABLB1C MPOmm mstter"wJ ether the renlt"
rivalled- .Hotel la'the for'ATesideniSeT jBverTooking a scene of surpasing -. Of bh.\ :: ' by any site '

\ i. wfn nul' Rate*'o f /njteraace; ofOac., South,..being now enabled by ttie constant steamcommunication .beauty.,?The Vienna,. Trt U I beinade., known: ... ;mHlSMEDIONEvasowpared 1 la!therreiraU by bfaartxtes a regularA' .:.or- C enL. ", J:6 1ittd'1J'. f.1.'d I .t ..,
and *
Physician: -
i ,
: : : -.undrt4Dolltirl: on aSnglc.. Life.I to have the advantage witKSatannafi.of'the:-and'fine:markets'ofthose arldt d .,b 1..P. U' tl,..l1',,: .fK.,,'';q".WtPt, ,. .:' .:.3.W.STARK.'".', ., ,:rive practice of Bsveral yearsVn a':bilious:climate -- :2bbgcin, ,4.). BUgth T lfjt.: i .:

t t I il .' ... a 1 ( CIt1&'.,..In'addition they bring to the business Jec.i,1849.- -uftttV." : ... :'?:*' .'- ":;: ..These/who have'tised.itthefflselvM, or. .efftctfsons a. tal..utaman fiii:
A' : -1 t. ; -
: seen hers neeclno : all weakness
Itintar-.eettpOn ,
If I u u of 'which will ,, ;ftea I.i
\ experience .
an many years, .
t \ e.. : a '. : 'Ii;. 'Bi !..B..D:;" ,o. : ',farther evidence of Its great value'/The health at once become robu t and full of ear' .
[ 1b R i.i k.rJ .. enable.them,to'judge better.t means; of attending . ._- ,. ." ; '
.Y : Itsjnfi It
Ii =' tit 0 -tt.--, to'thVwanfs:of those who vlsitthemild .I TlDs 1 i.LYL of thousands has li en'perfe.etJi.:restoretTbythis ence immediately :counteruBerVelesBnesa
0 when all other: remedies.:have ofth'e leatl
medicine : efn .
: dull n climate Florida for the. of health ; whp.t.:
"i.'g': e .a.a aI.k. .CJi.c-a'. "purposes' f!' '>d theWharfandthebuildingsattaehed: failed;:: 'peration"iftjabfvaimply to suspend great cauw'of barrenness.fltittno.W ; .
; ,
j f i A _... g A A.. A..u.. a' fi.2 pleasure.. THE'iNcacASwo. .reput t1ol-., "'whicb. the r.-climate :aren6': 8 ffi' \thedjseas ,for a;tiiae'but:,toipurify'the system : resected >f J In' .OI...<1

-. :& '02C k <.2-
t i4. 12. 86' '153 n, 118 1',88,'3 31. the medical faculty.:for the cure of consumptionand ES'l'.4BIJ8B' smaU,:Treatise on:the1..ttcausea,:treatment bu:.e' n.aiu.e Ihe'dUcte4tiM

i 15. 11 sg '.166 .42-1S 1'.89 340 other pulmonary 'diseases,'has induced a, WENT,totoQENERALCOMWSSfO: *: and.cure-of fever and ague and other diseases of hundreds of cases baTabeenrepted to ei'::
4 I ; BUSI ESS.. :.. :-;: A : ; bilious climates" be bid gratis of the nn- >-BB..'TowHttro ,M7.:1rUe .if
? ,. IS 84 90 162 41 .1'89' 1'92 361 vast increase_ of travel to this State, during the. 'Y- may. being&ftith'
2 : 1 17 ,86 91 165.. 44. .190 .194 363 fall and winter months;of those,who seek the 'Their' chargere "established, ..,bytheSavanJnahjrates. .- .,",.. d reign d.i W' ; ._"' .. ':.. 7 .. tressed btfwtafaieisand general'debfl1j&
: 196 .. 'J* .1.(".-K.'".'i. -.' .A1oi numerous:certificates from ineo.of the suffering continually'.by iain and 2
t ; 18 89. .92 1'69-,45. 1.9\c 373 reUet afforded by ii milder atmo be ,-II1 111 | with
t 19c.90. ;, 94 .t37; ..(. 192.198 .3 89t view this fact, thei subscribersihave.aetermined. t 'They are';. HneAgento of. theUVS.lIaUSteamers : hfa hest,respcctabmty/totlfying-to'(the great r difficulties;end havbe known" "\w.:

t o 91. ., 95 1747. 1.93 .'} 9.9, .401 :that their exentionstonienit.the_ : patronAge tat :thisplacej and" ar enoenabM 'em cacy/of this medicine/, be ssefl on' appli r"med1cb e-ha&: ffected'peatc; "

1 21 92 91 182 48 ,195 ;202 .411 which shall be 'bestowed upol;;them' shall be -tooffer evtry fa ilitytobeterChantjflterandihePublicgeneraUY' .. ,I.-tIontoTOiflOLMESk'CQ.- he Itreccmended fcsncb cs :1..

22.94 99 ,188 49. 195 204. ..249 .without regard toil or expense.. ,. '? V;.; : i : .,' tr described obtained a, bottIe'of101Zi ,.

:% 23 91 103 1 93 50 1 96' 209- 460P ,BUFFINGTON &, COX. Goods consigned to their care will' be received *-< *. fftfZggitt;' for Jae mrittt.aad, Viasity.rJaclsontille 'o'Sir pariflaand roued'thed1j
t 24 99 107 198.. 51 197 220 415 lackso vile; Oct. 6,1849 ..tfJ3r and forwarded with.despatcn,< \ \ Peb24, 1849. '- .-. *:Cm-' gaTe moditremoTecI; "
Warehouse ajesitua- _. _
: 25 100 112 204 52 202, 237 490 The Charleston Mercury, and the.Savannah Their t Office and ; .' plalnts'and.restored.bercto ealthf.flaI

t 26 101. 117 211 53 2.10 '259' 624 Georgian will. please-copy the above ted convenient to the Wharf. .' ..I B.' TOWNSENiyS- .' COMPOUND EZTBACT. grateful for The ,benefits 'she rectiied"T Wi

i 27 '112 123 2.17 54 118 289 549 until forbid._ S S Palatka St."' .o1m'.River' E.. P., January. y 13 v,' '$AAEILtA.. -. I pleasure thus'aeknotrledging I,and rie l
28 120 128 '224' 55 232 321 518 1849 < ly Th1sEztacItntupviquart4ottZes..4tIs.pno4toa.'aold.5" m Dding It to'the pubUc.'J
1 .
Molicc. '
I 2' 128 135 231 56 247 3i6 605 : ." i" M.D. MOOBE.cor.o Grafld &'L1d18.
weeks the six times ozpnypleasanter'and,warranted
after d tel, shall apply to ( n-
C- .
30 131 136 236 57 210 420 6,21 SIX HOLMES: : & Q ,. I AlbanyAug.lS44.
t : Hon. _Judge of Probate! .
31 132 142 243 '58 314431 650 county, for letters of Administration bar the'Es- ]jJESSRS..1iOLMES. &''c9jbave-remoed .- O,'. kbi&agthe pa; 2'O MQTE8 ANDM4Rzz JU

i i 32 133 146 250 59 367 463 615. ate ,of George S.- Payne, late"of'said county .ILL theirstcckofMerchandise to the.large tient and is particularly adapted for a"- 'ThlaEttofSarsapaflj bttnei ,

1 : f 33 134 149 257 60 435 491 100i deed. JOHN DARLING. r building formerly occupied by the United St tes iv' J1ALLAND. WINTER-.MEDICINE. \ ly prepared in reference(to female cemp1'Nofemalewholins .

i I 34 135 iSO 264 61 453 508 725 Tampa,Fia, mar16,'50. known as .theTermefl'dInTkeYhave : ;The great :beauty'and ,superiority of this-Sarsaparilla :: suppose she U H.
I 35 136 153 275 62 471 529 755 added'to'their stock by;the late arrivals
I over all other remedies is, it eradicates .-. Chmg.thamtil1perJ; he turn ofMl I
: 36 139 157 281 63 490 550 785 Law Notice.' from New York,a full t .e t9.rpry.O dGroceries disease, lIn'rigorstesthe i should neglect to take lit;u It II'a certabt$ j

31 143 163 290 '1)-1 5'34"509 611 815 JACKSONVILLE, August 211849. ,, JaNare Provisions, &c &c- body'confiumptioji. cured, S t entire for any;of the' nuxaerous and boni ,'
'S55 mudprices
"- :;: : 3S 148170 305 65 599 left tho State for California, I which they are' prepared"to"sell at: %. 'cleanse and strengthen,: diseases to\which females,are. snhjeet ittia
66 559 627 tS 95 HAVING: ;
39 157 176 311 transferred my CoL S consumption can be cured,,. time of life.. This period may;be di1ai d'A
;, .4(169 183 320 61 590 662 945 Samuel Spencer, who will, conjunction with S They are now prepared purchase Cottons, 'bronoch1tis'consumptio S ,-liter:complaint, sereral years by using this taedidne: fUr&.' I Ilea

: From the.KIobilf Daily Advertiser, March 17,'47 Mr.Baker, prosecute unfinished business to Hides, and other produce of the*country a4&ncleI at the 'co1ds'cCogcatarb,8stIinaepit.. '. aloable. for those who ate.aroac I Iwomau1aood

Ltrr Is'scRAlJCE.' pr4 tioLl.'i\luatration'-\ close. highest Market rates. and'mak8 cash I .. ;:1 ting ofblooo,ore 1 iDthe.chest, it calculated to assjst IS

;! of the benefits of Life' Insurance has recently, S The Militia claims in my charge will be attended o n consignments to tk5i.friends: Jn Savannah' :hectic. flush{night tsdi., '- quickening the blood and inTigcnilur
4 J' been famished in 'this city, in the case of to by. myself in connection with CoL andcJWI ;' 'New York. -.7\- : tcultor.profuseoipec. '*- system.. Iuleedthls medicine inialnibltftr

our lamented fellow-citizen the late Edward Spencer, and CoL'Charles E. Sherman, of Washington They have a'nearticle, of:Wrought Iron ;. ltoratlo 'and painS all the'diseases to'which women,are rabjtcC ;

: F.Test. While in good health, some time last }and every effort made 'by,us jointly to Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call in, -the side,&0 It bracts.the:*whole system, renews pose

: ; year, he effected on his life of prosecute them to a successful result. I haveno the attention Planters.' hare and eatly 'natural: 'energies reaotizg th

I $5, the New York Life Insurance Com authority to collect the money.due on these, Jacksonville,Nov: .1846' tf 'can'be' impurities of the body-not,eo far stiaWij

pany, (formerly the Nautilus,) of which Mr. claims, as I have always preferred to have whatever S 'ciired. the system, as to produce a bbaequct tuft>
James M. Man Jon is agent in this' city. ilr. money may be appropriated placed in the Land for Sale.'S Probably there neTer was a remetly that ha s ,tion,which is the ease of most medicines taW

4 Test died very suddenly, and-the'other day the hands of a local paymaster, such'as the parties FOR SALE,between nine and ten thon: been sos successful de cases of consumption .for female wealriesi and disease. .. :'

: amount for which his life was insured,five thousand interested may select, after the act of their re .sand acres of Land, situated in Nassau as' this j rlit'cleanses' and strengthens:;the DISEASE :OF THE ,BEART' B 1P. .; '

'. : '. dollars; was promptly paid OTer to his family lief. GREGORY YALE. County partly near Nassau and partly near St. aysteinand; appears to, heal the.ulcers on the TUBE AND DROPSY.'. -..- ',

: by Mr.. Mnudon. August 28, 1849. tf Mary's Yin being portion of the Waterman Iung8and; "the patients gradually regain their .5'I NrwTozrJWlj22( .,

l' This circumstance requires no comment from School Books. Grant. The above is .heavily !timbered pine usual health and strength' "" DL .TowlszD-Deav 'Sir: Xry'.wif.: 'b I

: us to give it due force. It speaks every head Towns Spelling: 'Book Kirkham's Grammar land, conveniently sit aedupon; water courses, -CURIOUS.-C48E"'OF: :CiNS.ri.MP'l'I01.r been afflicted with a' disease of, the hesiirai '

: of a'family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood ,Blake's Rhetoric Clark's Grammar with the exception of about'five hundred acres There is'scarcely .a day,passes but. there are with:a terrible rupture for errer'fifteen'yuji I
t and should not be disobeyed. The advantages Abercrombie's Pbil'hy, j.Chambers of heavy hammock land. upon the. St Mary's number ofcaseaofConsumpt1onreportd u' the greater' part of .the-time: ;She' hss b e

of the system, its beneficent and happy ScholansCompanlondo, Drawing, Rh r. _The whole or,any portion l be sold cured by:the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla .troubled'with shortness of breath and gmtCtericg '
; results, will..suggest themselves to the mindof DaTi a'..First Lesson do Zoology ., cheap for cash App1y'to ,The following was recently:received I of the. .heart,which' been :udi.treathig .
reader and we trust induce him to S WILLIAM HICKMAN.. : and has -leen tmilleli
; every ; -do School Aritl1do of. -' DR. 9sEND-Jear1? For the last frequently
i **go and do likewise'* Certain it is. that no metic, Knowledge, Jacksonville. ; March- 1849. : tf three yean 'I..hare;been afflicted.with generaldebility leaVe herbed.= 'The'rupture was very:lag

; prudent mm, who has a family. dependent upon do Algebra do Physiology 5- I "". ,and nervous consumption' of the last I.and severe She tried almost every reneihte.
,. him for support; will neglect for a day the. insurance do Eiem Geometry, Burritt's Geography, New Books! New "'Books' UTU8T stage,and did'not'expect to-ever gain my health such.cases with.but little" benefit, Mea &

of his life. Lincoln's Botany and Atlas. Received and for sale by." the subscritl -.. atiul.; "After;'going;through a course of medicine .had"taken'but_three..bottles'of ycmrficcB

J. McROBERT BAKER 4gcn.J Mitchell Geography, & ifedgesLogic ''ber' ,. < -i; under the care-of some of the most distin medicine she was entirely relieved of the dIMt
!' H. D. HOLLAND M. D., THE' CRATER, or\VULCAlPS PEAK, -:. h 'physicians and members the of the heartland 'therupturebs3: almcst'Atirely .
2JcdkaZ Atlas, Little Speaker, Fennimore, .'
Examiner. A Tale of the Pacific by Cooper. 'otifJ1th
,disappeared.v v
rorl! First Lessons Wi11 rci;. U. States Board .New York .and elsewhere
Jacksonville April, 1850. ly I do"era' School PhiIoa-, Ohamusr's .Ge log1, Price 50 cents.. 'S and .spending the-moet\-of my earnings in at* She'has also had ',the dropsy,' and:waat.t

THE. RAID OF GOMEZ-25'cents. tempting id regain my health after'reading much swollen We bad'to idea that tie cttii
Parker's Rhet Reader *
I BLACK. WOOD'S NAGAZIXB. ,. ophy ,' -. THE FATAL-.ERROR, :in some apeiofonr8asaparijlaIresOlved -' be so benefited. ,,:ssshe:had such a eoDplibtiqof

IDIS and a variety. of FrenchSchool-Books, By the\uuats5.) uf.BlessingtOn25 cents._ totryI- ', After,using six bottles I:found it utithasasstrajpgesshnjyi{.

nrhlsh Quarterly Kevews._ For sale bl. THE. P11iuEGUIDE5. 5" done me.. great good,?ana called to see:'yonatyour'ofiSce .pesrrClievedLerothe dropsy.-; tmii'
A M.RBED.JasksoaviUe : A Tale of tkt..lICawft, n 7rr,-25 cent that this'statement is to
OWING to the late revolutions and counterrevolutions pwith your advice I kept on,and do strange- ss jjtu
Feb. 2, 1850. tf TIlE VIRGINOF THE BUN. 1 I .almost like fiction.-but it is neveriheleti
among the nations of Europe, which mostheartiiy thank you.forYour advice. I persevere ,
have followed each other in such quick succession NOTICE A Romance oftkt. last Revolution: in Pmtf-cts.' in taking the Sarsaparilla,and hare been reality..' Your Sarsaparilla' certainly'a'tiTuble

and of which"the end is not yet," the lea E have appolI : : S 'CHARLES:DKWAAL... able attend .;to my/usual labors, fofthe last medicine,.:a1cf should e'.ul d'bttnethat.1s !
Til te4TOUoLXESour GenTT
ding periodicals of Great Britain bare ,become .eral.Agent and Attorney to settle -: Jacksonville.- Sep 1,'lS49.. .'. tf' _";; four months, and I.hope by the.blessings God suffering we bveben.1I'iidlsb )
invested with a degree interest hitherto un. any : and'your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- e this account, they;are at,.liberty fs
und all businessin.the name Palmer&Ferris.To Jacksonville. Female. Institute.. : house and hate
caU't'mr denionstrtt
known. They occupy a middle ground k ; helped me beyond expectationsbf all that .
collect and receive all debts due the firm of ,
; tween the hasty,disjointed, and necessarily imperfect Palmer & Ferris by.:Bond-Mortgage-Note THE'Committee of Direction.:have:adopted. knew my cas .- -> CHARLES.:_QUIMBY.Orange. ., Yours,respectfully.'v'-*-
of the and the elaborate gregi4atiOii.The ; Essex Co.N.J Aug. 2 18471 WILLlAM1TOWS1 Jame*
records newspapers, ;; _
otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased. .
scholastic is to coDl1St'ot four terms
and ponderous treatises to furnished year State of Nero Jersey,'Etsex'Covnfytss.Quimby .' -
Atl demands Palmer
persons having against 0
of eleven weeks each.. [ ..DYSPEPSr. -
the historian a future day. Whoever being duly'sworn according to law, on .
J by & will.
Ferris Darius Ferris deceased '
reads these periodicals obtains a correct.and or present.the -. Orthography, reading" ttDgand arithmetic hiS oathsaith, that the, foregoing statement"is N. B... Purchasenonebutsuchashavtvners
T-0.Holmes for and.all .
same to
f! connected account of all the important political indebted to Palmer &,payment Ferris or Da. per term,.S4JOO. 'The.above; ith';EDg1ish trneaccordingto, the best of his knowledge and that hide .the bottle conqietelyaiid baittb&written '

events of the old worlds as they.occur,. and persons grammar aud.Geographyj: tenn55,00. The belief V -, CHASiQUIMBr.: : signature of S.:P.1'OWISSESD: :'
: rius Ferris call T. 0.Holmes :
,are requested on .
above with the higher branches of an"English < .
Jearnsthe various conclusions drawn from them forsettlement make ; Sworn and subscribed before me at Orange. Principal Office 126 ulton-st.SunBufldif

by the leading cpirits of the age. The American payment.SARAH'P. FERRIS education' ,embracingAlgebra,Geometry; istory, the 2d August* 1847. 'CYRUS-BALDWIN. N.Redding; & co.' State-st...Boetcn; 1cd
Publishers therefore'deem it'call Adm'x.of D.FER&IS dec. natural, mental morarPhilospby: Botany, : Justice of the Peace & sons, l32 North Second-fit. Phila'deljiiajfS.

renewed attention to they .republish' DAVID.L.PALMELJaokIonvifleJan. Chemistry,G .' .. Hance; .druggist. Baltimore; lufcl '***"
and the very low prices at which they are offered : of Christianity.per;term $6,00 TWO CHILDREN'Very 'BAYED: .Richmond. P.. M. Cohen, Charleston; Vrlftt
1st 1850. tf .
: _
.to subscribera. The following is their .Each quarter, paid to the Treasurer in a'd-, S .few-families indeed-,in fact we have '&co. 151:Chartres-at New Orleana--1OZIcitI

list,viz: .. MAGNIFICENT L T' EBJI vance' -t not heard of one-that"-used Dr.: e ici'i' P aI1St. Albany; 'B.Van'Buckirlr.29' ccr.:d

THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, ,The scholars will under' the careful instruc.' Sarsaparilla .in time a any children the.past Marketed: Broad-at Newark, N.J..sadij

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, One (rand Ctopiial of tion of an experienced femalerteacher. ., .sumpier;while those.that did not sickened and .principal Dm ia and" erebantsgeiier1Itbzigbo

BRITISH REVIEW 'lOOOOOaIs$5OOOO43OO0O42OOoo, ) : Provision! has ,Deei made fOr instruction in" died.V;.,The certijflcate we :publish below,is coin. &' the United States;West Indietavth'e.Caniadas.v. .
NORTH JA.ti .French,Painting and Drawing." and'Mu4 ..'clnsite"evidence'of ita value and'4s anoth : 'A.MllEEpiAgent: ,.r
.. And 250 prizes of$2,000. only .
charges.flL.beiiadeThe : '
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW-, S VIRGINIA *' for which.additional. : ; ,instance ofvits saving'the lives.of children(: <.. t: .7aQw 1'm I1.f. .
AD. first term commences,on the 8th ofOctoqernext. '
DE.TOWNSKJJD Febaq2i14. 1 < .,
Dm..B I had two !
: :children
ACKWQOD'S EDINBURGH MfiXJAZINS. For the benefit of Mono plia Academy, _. ,. ; :. \SApplicatloni : _
: Class D for i 850. cured by your.8arsapaiilla.of the summer .. : ., I.
admission made -- -
in.New for ?
Periodicals to
be to
The above are reprinted .are t
". York, immediately.on their arrival by the British To'be drawn at Alexandria, Va on Saturday he Committee Direction., complaint old and dysentery; ; one was.'an11) ,. ,-.: ,pasuflIATTOBEY ; :; l:
months and .wire _
tbe.othet.3jcars.. They .
steamers, la'a beautiful clear type ba flue S April 27, 180, under.the superintendence COSZMiriSi'0- DIRECTION. -' I. litTTAVINO.removed
much reduced,and
we expected ABJ'COt1BSELL'OR
thelwou1d AT
r.and faithful copies ofth originals of Commissioners.i S J.M.DANIEL-. very
white are S *" -
pll :
die they'wereglven: 'by .1fCf' '
Blackwood's Magazine being an exact foeimii f. TO.. fflAUBY '& Co._ BJaaasen, S 'Dr.H.HOLLAND. _., ; ;! ..Whenthedocfomeduitjwe.m up respectablepbysIcbns .- his"' m 1mDtol i

:t I'. ,
the S thhd your informs his friends that herhas
: In these periodicals are contained views, TuAsuztz; ifBodated
SyMM DID CTfKMfc; '" "": S Sarsaparilla,," .hear so muchof but had
S 1'.r. with himin'
S the of claw.\
and"firmly'expres: R T.I"SWART' practic* ,
moderately, though'clearly '
.: sed, of the three 'great pirties in England-Tory S I,magnificent capital cf,:. .. '" '.. 4100,000; : acksonifl1July7' '49. .5 .. .5( littl&c; nfiden c there, being' mndi.stuff'ad- brother. t SWjEijti, >xxsoir.: ,J.,: '

: Whigandlladical-"Blackwcod" and the S 1'splendid prize of '. 50.000, .'_ .5. : vertisedithat:'.::woflhles3: Iril\-"e.'are rtery nein wm.b .represented -af l etclt

"London, QuIrten1y'ar.Tory;'theEdinburgh 1 do r- ? '30,000 PI1BL, -:ftOTI. .B. i": thankful that we.:did; undoubtedliayed every,term of the Circuit Gout, in w.
j: : Review";Whig;,aud'the: Westminsirer Review"Liberal. 1 do .: '.. .. .;'20,000 KS of iublcrlption'to the:capital the liveabf both,. 4.write'L.".' this.that others may: Counties of the Eastem'Jcdidal.:c1reeI$ ".
I: .. The North British Review". owes its S 1. dtf" -. _.v-, -t ,OOO. ;THE'.BO ot the Atlantic! and Gulf Rail Road' .beinducedtouzeli," .'.. -" .: ,,, -YouthectThfl<.,1,."" ;' :County'of,Hamilton, Inthe".M1d41&ci
t establishment to. the -last great ecclesiastical 1 d 0' .. > ; D' 11,558f ; Company/will be opened in"the City.ot St:Augustiue ; >;; 4' f. '" JQWLSNJr.Mli.venueBrooklji t;,, _'The Succur; ,Tal1id: "

\ mbyementifl Scotland not ultra in its f '. do. .. 7-; -. S 3,000 the office Sept;15i.1847f.v U..SCallrtiatSt.Au1. ,'
\ ,.at: WmrAv"Fonr;Esq, : .5,
views on any oneof"the'grand departments*! 250 do (lowest 3.'umber prises) '2,00065priresof ; at nine o'clock/; U;,'on'Tuesday.the 25th', day ZUN4TICAtYZUL ***All business entrusted J !ei.t:

I 1 ; tumanknowledge j it was originally' edited by ; 'e' .: .: f3bo : September nett and;.will be ;ontln deiiuntil ; .ja 'tc\ I-.tEsq"1 one.-ovf; the Assistants wceit' e proapfrattention.. .*> .
and since hLideath-ii. -, -';'" 300 I o. fidreBB. .: vP.&awJsANDsQ. '
I -. J Chalmers, now, oonouetcdby : : f the.. wbolestockliitakeni ..: ,., ; intheLunatioAyilumBlackwellJsIfllandisthegentleman : ;
his son.ia4ai1Dr. Hanna associated 65"do -S. '.D ::200\1 ;Jn..behalf. .the..Commission, /.4'' : spoken.of in the following letter. : '- I *\: _*- .10''f'.,. .Jacfaonviile.Duval- ', >. ,_
.- ," .. .of.
: ,
i.' _. with Bir David BrewsUoy Its literary -character 65 do. .169" .. -. D.I.YIJIEE '> 'IB1lBrrnr4 lQt. .p, .' : .-
'' "
.' -S. { : '/ 'i .. .. : '
t tsof the cry hlhestorder. The'West.., 4,810 .do" '' 80. August 23j:1849;;: ?,."" tfI This Is only one of:more than four t1cusadcasrorrhetinit1m.that :'?? !* : : I.ft I''" -
,_. :
: miD ter" though repnxted under that title only, 27040 do. '. .-w .: 40 : --S.- s 1 ; : ;DoW Sarsaparilla : ,< '
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