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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:
August 3, 1850
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
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.
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required will be continued oniaforbi closed Its labors tinder highly auspicious Cir the adjournment: the,present session of.Congress -- ;of a large and taiD"the proceedings intent. making *atearch ndthithep.o3
", ,.irtca;, eumstancea has just Adjourned. Ai ; and strenuously, urged" the'Southern tin to respectable meeting held at 'Aus pie"! (the thieves of S
y'prirate take into coursej being'
consideration" indignant .
for.tJ'Yie States at
frtr rgJ to fill their measures,neces
do delegations dunIt&In
not ;
$.a vtllbe charged for all announce permit me to'retUfD;home council sary to the putting down of the insurrection t proceeding, burst open'the doors. : ; .
dollars immediately to mingh with those whose on that occasion when the action of Santa in ; '
interests 1 Fe..
/ The
-. didatel$ for office.Monthi. 1 haTe represented hereto, as President 'Congress upon'the pending issues may become' .Along .erieS. of resolations; 'wu' scene within the room;'bai ilhts .

for Sz s I $10 00 the\ Contention of East Florida you from4 of the subject of its deliberations. adopted;rig'fortli the relations between the'geDem t rationofthiedoing of the,political; ,world with* .

P'Debtors and Creditors, I I 7 00 recei red my appointment as delegate to this which Con-I Upon this recommendation I trust and believe government the and the .Bcveral States- out.. The cePwsHe nt took*possession'of the -
to declaring and vacant
JICd legal equitable throne at bound
Yeplie&tO ntion I every Southern State will act and. own lUmongst tight of Tex a andeverybody elca "
to or Letters Admlnittratton 5 00noticei submit the brief report of my' etew- tny as to the utmost limits of proceeded < *. .
the Dumber. It will. .be- that:the statutory bounda to consider what could be made oat '

ta'' ar.AnTtligous ship which seen v ,
will be inserted grtiuill my position seem to ries- of .
re- denouncing tjj e conduct of the : the.catastrophe. : .
Convention determined officials at PT'en icoaseat
to .
at j'i j rr quire. vote, AS in the Con* Santa Fe in the
'i The Journal of the ventiou which framed the constitution by States opposing the organization ,of that' Cabinet' are to be. sent:away: It is eTeJiaad '
t: eomraunvctl'xmf moat be addressed to proceedings of the ConTention and such being the'case 'each State may 'with cOl ryand declaring that the people of T Xr' they sent in their'' resignations ODe'lov. *
1 with ,
its resolutions as' w
and address to the ought to sustaii i Gen.
. I, C. GlLttTt: 'pi,ts'psii. people of the Southern States; which out impropriety, send any number of delegatessatisfactory tutional Governor in all. consti ii i-: is Taylor died,-which is not; probabl/; .: -
1 GvST'l been i mean to the understood ,
bring deluded
communications wili'U to herself should'be if FIG- citizens .f Mr. Fillmore$
trluJ admissible personal printed order of the uy '
by the
rr JLI1 Convention for circulation rida would double'or.treble I disaffertedi* oia to reason and allegianci invited them continue till be ande' .
her$. are,herewith, for warded to and delegation- : .The e.pio! ,
bIrgeJ U D shall : Washington SontBernJFyjSr/of p Cabinet, which:is not
a. take mediately! nponany principle! i;1 hicbu1d Saturday,. an easy nutter la the I '
All for Jnb Printing.must be paid on.. the measures to hare them gtIll'j'y-dfstribu.-. ; : !lasJLeaysTheOoTCTribif ot,Texas has ded "
0' mukc ; written
theitjoint vote ) oft.thtf ditiOD' thV
a rue exponent
te d. '
" nI the work. They exhibit the entire proceedings of to thed leff tlonofthat chOIce' _
:1 &ftfl"l1 _____ __ the Convention-wtich now, await' the | opinions and wishes other people.Some of the'States of the jtateinr<3ongreskito'demand Same -:amounts tonearly thI '
public President'.whethtr: thing the'jieterminatioQ .2'
11eUTO3L1 at the ate session of the Convention hersanctions his .
oi ;eQ IJ 1..1N judgement. Its action met with approbation ( were th econcluct'ofcot Moinrde on,the .polity .
my in New Mexico great that
represented by Delegations of double and ; oDd, : the '
% and I doubt if he
LAW cannot does
ATTORNEY AT prove.satisfactory if hot the present sqlemn protest against party. The :ready: la Cn.ot this.
to the people of Flori Ja. IVe could not do quadruple ratio proposed/by the it 'and' : '
less j declaring his intention may come,cither from his
JSi State of to assert the ti own .diBJ. .
the in
the Circuit Courts Mississippi it '
attend and it was not the proper time to do merelittle together, ,tie of Texas by'all the or from his aptitude to
means her
in to
* rL and such will a
doubtless power.
Circuit the United StatesDistrict ;be the case at itanext
; ; ? heft home We
Although know
as with little'hope look ence from .
yon may for stirring without. We neitherthink
intelligence him
at St. Augustine the SupremeCourt session i. a similar course on the part of from firm
Court ; that this Convention, would be well attended Texas:soon unless and clear-headed
Florida would add'to Congress takes and enough to act
the decisively
moral prompt
. and prosecute Claims for influence and
Tallahassee; or be able to decisive
at accomplish l$
any important results steps to remove the just own impulsenor
cause of disaat- to submit,
ofher.voice enough
of Florida against the Governmtn' uponanSBf the x delicate aa
citizens in any part for the South, yet since I have witnessedthe faction in that Texans resistingly to the dictation
which are not the of others. His
at Washington, either before Congress and caknness questions may become t'subjects of fature acU .<*: 3
harmony of its councils to
ISa the discussion and men count the cost when they feel that their ministration is likeiy to. begin
decision. "m. perplexity
the Departments. dignity and firmness of its action and ire ,
$at conferred : Here then a solemn and has rights assailed and to stagger helplessly in the politica1znoxa
t*. rt- ADDRESS iactsonvitleEatThrida.a eelywith the delegations from other States. 1 been taken-the first important step over which night and storm and hostile .
Southern passions
movements May 11, 1850, m animated with new hopes, and inspired with ha been made--.the principles great of right Items tr New by Ute D .I.; are gathered. He will be beset. with ,contra, .:

fresh confidence, tho ultimate attainment of hich the Southern States have determined upon to The attack in the Qu..The attack the dictory influences;-the anti-slavery party .

II. 1). KED RICK our rights. It pay with truth be said that thepride stand have been defined and spread before the Queen is detailed as follows by the reporter upon (or I will claim him as their own;the compromifepar.
and of the South
ble glory were here-men ty will remind him that
world and nine the London Times of June 28 his nomination to the
ATTORNEYTf sovereign States are pledged totheir ;
Mifcr whose fame is/dentified with her history and Vice Presidency r
20 mkmtes Clay
maintenance. after sir o'clock triumph
The influence of these last over the
whoso measures evening ( .
eleratim of character
personal must silence -
ANDCeaa."lIor all calumnies their motives. When upon the deliberations of Congress remainsto i her, majesty, accompanied by three of,the The Northern had selected Abbott-Lawrence. '. ..
3 upon '
ittg al Law. such be seen-it may be for good it cannot be for royal childrenanii Viscountess Jocelyn, lady Whig party will point;to thfir "
men,fulj sustained by a free and own
evil. To this Convention, at all events at-.its in waiting, left Cambridge,house, Piccadilly unanimity faTorofthe..Wi1inot.Protho. .
.irtit several Courts of the representing sovereign States of this Union where her and warn him that Webster, lost .
in the second all majesty had been Massachu .
TILL practice unite heart meeting eyes will be turned for succor calling to inquire :.
with and mind -
an-1 in the Counties of one one in demanding after the henlih setts by offering a slight to. that ,
YV Eastern Circuit, and for safety in. whatever difficulty the of her illustrious uncle. A consecrated
tor : fini&orough and Benton of the Southern Cirnit "only what is right, to doubt their success country may then be found. The whoe South crowd had assembled without the court yard dogma. The compromisers will assure him that '.,.. ,
would be the
todeny practical efficiency of our "the Proviso is dead" .
will to witnest and that he
doubtless gates her can have
of of to ; cordially ympathize.iu the resolutions majesty's departure,and as 1,0 .
J1 Tamps Bay, October 23th 1849.-nov.17. system domestic government establishjustice fulfill the ensure of the Convention unite iu its next the royal carrIage passed oat of the gates a person hopeobeingre-electeduje5 will consent
tranquility or to
its bas objectsof I session. And should there be no abatement in respectably dressed, and about six feet two practice some politic guile upon the S.lIth. r.
creation. The
I CHARMS P. CQOPEB, test now come, and the i inches high,advanced We shall not undertake topredictfwhicb
domineering purposes of that reckless ma .two or three paces,and I "tthea
u.bu. ATTORNEY whatever may be our hops, or fears as to the jority in Congresswhich"feeling power forgetsright,7' with a small'bhck cane, which he held in his parties will prevail, or whether he will act .
issue, or devotion to forms the make
.t result attempts to
questions of the last moment may then hand,struck harp blow 1t'the queen. The patch up a truce between
AND of the present struggle will determine them,and try the m
be blow took effect experiment of
forced its consideration. the living
upon upon of her
upper part a
ma .
. illo r at Law. whether our beautiful federative of house divided
system -
Conns .
government against itself.
But Sir, I am full of hope for better things.- jesty's forehead, and upon her bonnets which I '
be maintained. Its ;
can success dependsnot The New York
The experiment has been tried and is being of a HgU texture driven Evening Post (Free.soil dis- _
it 'found ws )
his ,will devote the in by it* '
. rjATING resumed profession only upon integrity of the citizen, but cussesMr. Fillmore's .
that the South force. The position with
unite. A ac(was witnessed
fl to its practice throughout the faith of and I can community of interest by a great many In 1I8pC1&1.-
I : himself exclurirely upon good sovereign States. and and / the course of its article the Post
a fellowship in common has persons, a/ut being made the .
danger delinquent says-
a4irtjj the Eastern Circuit of Florida.Jak8onTilleE.Fla.NoF. cannot abandon the hope that it will yet sustain "U the !
question .
sundered : was instantlyseized. .Mr. were a new it 111.
party ties and her ; James one If!
brought eons together Summers in -
10th, 1849. itself by doing justice. It hould not be forgotten had
the more now to make his ;
; mind
and this alone employ1 of Messrs. up on
was necessary to her Ordway, 159 Piccadilly a matter
] ---- that aggrieved portion the confederacy presented to bis ,
ecu safety. uuion of the South was the first ty collar him but considerathaufor the first time
BPKltCB & BAKER, will save without several others .
contains a population larger than did the we should
utiif. have: doubt : .
hurried no in what
a convulsion that honored union of forward at the same and manner tie .
equality moment one '
attocncfio at Halo, whole of the colonies at the period of the revo- decision would be made Mr. r ;' '
and independence which fathers person, Unab to restrain his ; FUlmorethepli-
our framed. resentment dealt .
lujon: and that the ,
?to i rights fthich they seek to Let then the bloy in ant and plastic would be as wax in the
: JackneurilliS flu. our. councils be harmonioosarid firm man a the face which drew blood at hands '
rg'lfor preserve are vital-involving life, liberty, and and our course onward,and we shall succeed in, once: Bat fcr the t timely arrival of the police o1'Mr.J lJ the p ript2f n i fittfV!:irHt : 4-

:! {TILL practice in the seTeral Courts in the property. It was eloquently said: by an Ex.: restraining the action of a selfish and fanatical h.e would have been still mOl e roughly handled t6ISYL 1St party iamOD thffTlp5igy5lrei.a.". :

ileat .VV Eastern Circuit of Florida; in the U. such Governor from of Missisippi freemen"could in obtain Convention that majority within; const itutional limits., secure our: Her mJestr betrayed no feeling of alarm,and, c m' &P General Tj or. policy too deW :':

fi.District: Court Northern District of Florida!I a body any thing rights and perpetuate the Union.; i immediately after the occurrence drove up Pic- ferto recede i wrty:who, at his'death, _, ?
| that was right.7 To doubt it would be to abandon !
tie Supreme Court, at Tallahassee; and prose- With great respect I remain, adilly, on her return to Buckingham Pahtce were.clady on the threshold 'of victory. It :
thn trust and
jfe ckims before Congress and the pepart- the a righteous providence cun-jto Your:friend and S rv't the Spectator cheering her loudly as she passed was already almost a concseded point,that Mr

enS tocuta Government at Washington. duct repudiate The history deep of foundation the revolutionary of all moral straggle BLPEARS3N.. 4long-a'mark of loyalty and affection which C1al'slcheme would not be carried; that oonermo.later t_0. ,.
M McRoBERT BAKER. S.SPUCEIL her complete self possession enabled her'to ac icmtbrbeHoiig aside among the rubbish "
i must caution to those who would of abortive
I prove
Jan. 6,'49. ly i Responses the New' knowledge with her usual courtesy and condes which neither the peo .
'ion _ provoke a similar contest and if our northern 10 Regime. cension.. ple nor Congress'would sanction Will Me. .

'r- P flILIP VRAMR i, confederates h',ve that patriotic devotion to the There cannot be a doubt that the Northern The small stick with which thje Fillmore venture to dLsapooint.. th .A".., TJ'_ -
Utear .1r1r@mNJfIi" union which they profess, they will, from the Whigs had come to believe themselves in full the blow was not thicker than prisoner struck will only offend and disgust-them-- ----by- deserting "itfea3Frf

uighest motives; suspend the blow which all I possession of Gen. Taylor's Administration, quill-it measured only two feet an ordinary goose them;he cannotparry them over with him > *T
two inches
beril ANDCounsellor must see will inevitably destroy it. TO surren- with all the strength which his military renown length, and weighed less than three in theside.ofClay." /-.K J

at ILato, J k r the control of tbeslave question to the northern his elevation to -the Presidency by the course such a weapon as this could ounces.under Of Further,the Post insists that a onion of the ".,tr

l1f,1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., majority would be onour part to submit L people, his popularity with the army,and.his any circumstances occasion not leaders in Washington on the Compromise b Js >.'* :.-..*"
, WILL atten-l to any professional business '0 certain degradation and ru.inwbile, to yield I suppose d r
, to to him in the Courts of thePtttan ill we claim would involve no sacrifice of rightor of the Union and anti-slavery, could give. They Repeal.association met crops promise oh well The not follow them j and it brings up party the fate would Clr ,. >;' .'''-Zf f!
OB I: Circuit, and the Supreme Courts atWlahassee. interest on their ,art. A mistaken belief iu had learned to set the right value too upon the rent declared was .17 6s 8%d. Monday.Mr. John The CF- the Northern politicians who voted for theilK ; ;

He has also such an advantaFOM our dissensions growing out of former party circumstance that the President was, as the Connell has written to the souri Compromise, and'the more recent taU : .

1 connection with an abJe Lawyer at Wash- connections,and our profound.reluctance to endanger New York Journal of Commerce of last Thursday charge that he is looking but papers.for, denying the Mr.Webster,as warnings to Mr. Fillmore ot' :/ J
will a and speedy the union all that sustains the L describes him "a Southern with Northern a government from .against ,.
rajton City as ensure prompt are proud man situation.. He that he would lapsing his Free Soil fa th. .
collection of such claims as may be placed spirit of supremacy which animates our adver principles At first they had greatly distrusted government says offer whatever.. not accept.&ny The Philadelphia! North American speaks' '

1p. in his hinds against the United States. s rie. But it must now be seen that we are him as a Louisianian, but .the feeling Since thelst of January 26 vessels have sailed more decisively,and speaks ass' friend ofHr. .

. _&pt.8th,1 b49. ly united; and even if this were not so at present, gave way completely time and Mr. Seward : from Limerick to Canada, with Fillmore Amidst the generaJjOmp.and bra gva i3l
a in the with which we and his friends came fairly to the 4,113 souls; of the ?"$}
tefl 3. 13. .s antrcrsou i perseverance outrages appreciate I 25 sailed for the United States, with 3,330 souls err ItoUowing ,paragraph the reader win
are threatened must soon produce such are- value of aPresident who was all they could ikall easily select the only expressions in it ,
= --making thatiave
and .
ota: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAWHVL'G sult. A&d again provided this entire and perI wish,and a L.6ufcianian besides.. He served to Canada and, the showing United the emigration definite meaning, and for the eake.of which the ,
removed his office from Columbia feet union of the South was never attained. them at once] for armor and disguise. The to be whole was written. .

fSei to Jacksonville, Dural County. I the whole number of slave holding States shouldnever change which has apparently given every thing for nearly the equal.1849 The to total the States number and of Canada emigrants "Millard Fillmore is a \Vhig of stem and >. :

til t ttspect fully informs his friends that he has asciatcd I unanimously agree upon any common to their section has in reality filled them with 11,554.year was tried principles ; a decided friend to thew .

all with him. in the practice of Law, his i measure resistance. Is it to be supposed all fear and perplexity. The armor is there, to be There is'a talk of American lection of our .domestic industry: uncomprimismgly ; 'Zc-

.d f krather, S. W. SAXDEHSON. I would submit. It is my firm conviction they; sure, but can Mr.Fillmore sustain its weight?- setting factories in the manufacturers hostile to the. extension of slavery in"- '
The finn will he represented at each and : would uot. There would be found some State And the disguise is gone forever. If they work up west of Ireland. Territory now fret' though t. ..r'to
tWj nwy term of the Circuit Court, in the sereral i exasperated by continued and still increasin"S anti-slavery deeds now, it must be with an antislavery There statements are.continued, of. the rumors, and .some positive sectional prejudices; dc'jotedto the Union'ani' .

-ul Cwntiesof the E-istern Judicial ('ircuit.-The wrongs inflamed by repeate4 insults leaders, and with instruments the temper blight. I liave sjeeri re-appearance Letters from of the potato its"welfare and its glory; and ..ofapproved a-. ,

Jjanty of Hamilton in the Middle Circuit.- en to desperation by the desertion of their timid L- which is not a secret which state'that the Dungannon bilityand fidelity. Representing a parly _
has been
ida e Supreme Court at Tallahassee,-and the and time serving associates who sustained or They are in a dilemma. Mr. Fillmore may in blight discovered will nevertheless, prove',Jtrue to the interests "

,I.S.Court at St. .Qg tine. unsustained, would gallantly commit their destiny desert them, and adhere to Mr Clay and his also asserted partsofthe that the disease county Tyrone. Ids ofthe entire.nation ; and by maintaining the :
has manifested itself
***All business entrusted to their care trillpeart to a righteous God and try the experimentof Compromisen possibility that they contemplate partially in other counties North and South. :i policy- the broad ,- comprehensive, wise and ,

- prompt attention. secession. In such event the union is gone with incipient fury. On the other hand, if he The just policy-marked out by President Taylor: .

:s| .Address, J. P. & S. W. unless the seceedi g States could be reconquer adheres to them, the cause of anti-slaveryvis provincial still journals, however) describe the he will secure to himself the esteem and aft'eotion'
SANDERSON.La crop as perfectly free from disease and it. ;
. _Jac\pK\ > ed. Suppose the attempt made, a civil war stripped ofall its speciousness pledged .to a is stated that jn ; ofthe Jtt rle. In pur grief for the untime
certainly ensues in which every man would rally I- neck or nothing game, with a leader of no renown some where the blight.was 'ly and irreparable loss of the great and .r J'
to the flag he most loved, and however: the. no inventiveness or force, and who owes supposed'has to.exist the result of aclose examination man who has been called sway from us,it ia ; .
b the a
to .
al'j AUCTIONEER. tide of war might turn one catastrophe wouldbe his position to mischance. It anti-slavery gets of the alarm. About prove. groundlessness : grateful reflection that hiS official robes have >5SSMS

I JACKSONVILLE, E. F. inevitable-blood would have been shed,sectional the reins,under circumstances, it is evident this time 'last year the.: alien who deserves to succeed him." -

|I. &SALES in any part of the County attended hate would have sprung up, and the deep the chances are in .favor of its breaking app. ensjonSpievailwithoJ1 any real foun.: .

W and respectully solicited maledictions unsatisfied veng ance wouldj>er its.i own'neck. The,exceeding uneasiness of the dations disease altho towards the lose' of/July the I I TILE RIGHT PlRI \

H Jaebon'ille May 6,i 848 of future Northern Whig makes think actuUy.dd! appear &.limited.extent ..
fade the land and preclude all hope papers us they are; : The Hnntsvffle
A meeting of cathoUcs is Democrat -
London voted
; to tbeleading.psr
in i not without of such '
AGENC'k union. These are results which may occur apprehensions castastrophe, raise Et,600 to in North, Alabama-which .
purchase ostensorium was.
j an as a on&.Ume -
despite of any degree forbearance onthe'partof and that they arerharrassed: by conflicting passions present to the Pope. falsely accused advocating ,.

,J I II II or single State. It is manifest that a few, evena --the. .desire.to_seize! .power, and the dread ,thus speaks.o&he obligations e'CJa7'.compromia of .
DR. S. S. FITCH'S issue from the that it them hands. the Scuta
( single State, might make an might explode in the present crisis.: :
" JELE RATED MEDICINE. con&-quence&which we could not escape. Neutrality We offer some illustrations of what we have POl"ULATIOf 9F:W MEXICO.;-Mr.Bullittthe 'we wouldTconseat.that_,iae-Southem.

would Impossible. It would not be been,saying,from he New York Tribune, which Washington,correspondent ofthe Plca1Ul\e,tor Before shouWbedegraded; '.

: Used ly Aim with distuiguuhid success ix the enough that a single State was willing to sub? is i the'soul of the. reajl anti-slavery party, of merly editor'of the mtni traUon"p-Jper&hf : with the ,Northern States in'frcmtbei the'Confederacr: equality :. ..

I. cure of mit-she would be required to furnish men and which Mr. Seward is the representative in the ,Republic in his letter of the 21st nit..say- -: a> fa ttadmitalave 8iate onstitutionl

I. Coughs, Goosumption .Catarrh, money to subjugate'her: Southern dsters whose Senate. That paper, in the'first place put "The American population' of Netr Mexico allyapplyingfor'Z dmi&ionor', .

JJt Asthma Heart Diseases cause, she had previously pronounced.. Our forward, on Thursday last, the following explicit numbers about f1II hundred; the Mexican'per-, wrongs and outrages 'continually bmft to th* .,. .

DyspepSia best hope therefore not,only for the preservation statement of the position occupied by the ,. :-haps thousand or more. The'bulk of the pop and sought to be' perpetrated. -.
JtJi.I Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female[ of our honor and our rights of the union late Administration the moment when Providencedissolved ulation consist*of Puebla Indians,' who there her State legislatures. iu, by the North,in : :

Complaints &cg &c, itself consists in such firm and united councils it:;. VT ._ '* : for?.as soon as the state eh all be admitted will I of them,we would see this Union Congress and 01 -, -'
, The "The Constitution of the'lState New Mexico be entitled riven in atom, .
. as m.y prevent further aggressions. action Qt, totwPHnatonj'gloryenough', Tne Union is precious io ; .;
AloSOJJr. us.onlye'i long i'.
7L. has and justirfies was received it WashingtOn Saturday .hundred men." c as .
! n. of this Convention inspired benefils. are: equally
- S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder the hope that such unity is attainable.., A- and at night a Cabinet meeting, was held at the 'Mr.HughSmith'the delegate, jron&npthe :equally distributed. the bestowed' its burther / T.

Bracts, Inhaling Tubes; and ."- mongst the many incidents! affording..auguriesof house of Lbs Sec.sTary,of Stater ,The president population to 90000l, -*:- .1. .' South re5pectedsn4bercitizens,; dearest.:rights of the, .

.. ,*?' ._. -'>- -s' -4..J enjoy them in, ptice"and. permitted:to .' ;

I.V art of Life a1J.d ratifyig than to behold the gallant State of the meeting would shave,;taken place at the. ."MOJWTEB DmDisp..-The pacific Mail Steamship -' theCosttationsdisregardedaniI1gbsuot-tranquilly. When
'! Ttg much misrepresented'on White House. A majority ej'the Cahina mani-. Coinpanyj;of which' .
I Tennessee, hitherto so Messrs. Howland and L, right,17 is the maxim that cbntroles
, Health,to Old .4ge, I this great Southern question, coming'cordially! fested the determination stand byNewJUfexi- Aspinwall are,tie;representatives,have'declsred B -atui f theNortbern the.IegIzIationofCcnge Staffiib '

4c.4rc.. : up to the work', and pledging ,herself through co, and tiff admlfslon into th.'Union jvitk Jierjpre-, dividend of.fifty cent their first'dividend.. Union .> orse rather'Jh a blessing.- And A. '

4j nI J we been pppinted Agent for the sale of I weal and woe U>'stand by her Southern" sistersin 'scribed boundaries,under" all nnumstancallTiazards. and at This.Company' started.-we:believe''with?a capital ifwihaveiotgreatiy'.mistaken thespiritofp1etbe

bore Goods, and will keep them couitn iit- the maintenance of their.common rights* This determination: 'wonldirbba.bly not xceeding $600/pa) ::' .14 has'since puschased bur [ :Uthon.'wiU. Bflfr long survive

a J y : :4 lot my Drug store'in the. Town:ota ,, You will observe, that all the States represented haye created;the necessity. .,JlJigb$'r;, the steamship Unicorn. ,Tennessee, Cherr Ihe applidatipn"oi: :thls'maxini an l continued '. .

; r 4U2p&&11a.1lL. and each individual member of the several orgtnization'of tberCabinet by the resignation; okee and: hIJ delpftta t for; .which there must' denialof Southern :rights)uader,the Constitu

.Dr.'L ..')9 I' detentions were,entirely unanimous in support of two of jcs memhJrsi ev&&tbeI.tePresI: have been paid allof'700,000. :?ois fact conaderedin :-. tion Wemakenotppealsto Northern."aag.nanimity .- 'V

I of the resolutions adopt &. And that the slight dent,been spared uten.I'ayl6rbsi1Undisgusedygjvefl)1SUUUD&ttZfl: | tecton'Wjthtbe Dividend above mentioned I -we-demand out rights andijothiai ..

r 41aPaIr1ZL rr.SIl:1DODt .dce, objections d to the argument of the address,. jtq some;Southern' '" ,will afford' **.# VlV eome" "idea"._ 'of:the profits f,, ofthe: more ;:and itthe peopleof the South have but /'
:hb-had In aiiticJ1pationof L-
4&te Pftbesouthern Slates rroceeded gentlemen caHednifonrhimi : business-. > half thXittfifmipation
.&f\eJ" I. haU pr ent'J1J:1 ae to the people "t' y spirit of resiste&eo
. fcwuuUjind Touchers td the Hoo.Judge of rather from a difference.of taste,inphraeology, the State flf Texas-marching: troops ;. to oppression that animated'their. .fore&thew.. I -, : ., L ; ;

Pribat jj tj'i for,.& hal nWemwtt than'from. any want o/jopncnrrence. iin Jtbe ,conclnsion into "New Mexico.toenforce:her.jurisdiction & r !;!,---r-B/j3ilejSrsph. J "4 h they will have.w much ot&J frrfpta.'as isin

, M4_.. a clia Tfromibe.further attamed.f :, 'V '. > verpordater1tO7'.HewU' : resolved patoheiyd at,JUltimor from :Boston,"we. Sisted ,on by "the": ,'Southern ." "ClollJu4 '. .
, *of he esUte cf Join& dmiial- :A conTcntion'of Southern States. then ;baa'at 1 to.rrotectNeir Mexico"with'force aid it, learn'that the"fate"of".this unfprtunat*"man is fl0tI1flLCl56.. 7 l' .

ItiCtDli400Ufltyr, rt last assembled,'Q a4dib rated *nd with a full,: bfccome.neces $ry,Without' any regard to ulte. finally }diThi;; !Governor id Council have' '. -:- .", .;4 "

I MABY..B..SAlJImJmS. consideration the relative .consequences,: or nor'CQDa quucee.."Tbe$aJt&17, Olt.l intba.yiciiityweritbbe ,. 'refujed.the\ pctidon'for< .>pardopt and t WhIs aftjD 10 g: Ji :a' i"e4'; ; ; :

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,' : I.alC"l'.1k'eai. ..California.Arrival :, .; I11IEE:: : :1V"E': 7 r-S::' 1< :' OJ J it f L i) ': t isti( pijif' nd .f-. -'--'1iiiziI, :LiiF.. ; "- .;. ': -t Ji! 'o P ik :4 :

:. off}, .&thcr Crcuent.C&tAROfh: .. .. -.YY. __ enterreuiustcrec1 h-nuibel of carts; on:1d n-: -Tbo t Congressional: 'Candidates: cs1Iy; t?" P t1 ii6itd !
Great'Fire in San :Xraniisco Butinets TJieMarletsf ...; ., .. : y .. I.i4.
'daj'inori1ngundliutur; .sinCe'been laying : ; 'fl. :# : .1IpGUotiot. ,.1- tbe1/poflf, r'.i.-< :.....
&.C. down'" hejJustrn :ftod( has demonstrated |w hatf I T1ire nxetew snbfsofmore*interest* ,- to the r What .ii'r. (' i' fe;(, r -vp 6i Y > .

i" The Crescent' City brings one. hundred and cat in a fort tim>,> 'begone"torth: !' improve. I ,peopte t kiida; ,..i inHhe caracterand: .'qua!* sorling,8ubjecikwj '! .-.zrror: uncJ 1D11t ; .
forty thousand 1o1Iara worth: of. gold dustin -take Ulcations ot;zbeir'presentativcs i in Congress.'They .
wilt >S them
mOnt of the Town lithe Corporation I f ti" .Jo.L
the bands of passengers besides>nsldernblc MoanVof-basintsi bicffltishls ,
Amount on freight. it in! hand'at once.. This yellow" .pine eaw-dast I hayo:a large : : !ce qrgan, yaitwiUnpt t4 i t'it .

;; TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION AT SAN JACKSONVILLE; :AUGUSTA, ., IS .O. makes a very auperiorTpad! and very durable.It .1 duty attend' to;:and,t be successful And. ; speak fvr himself;Jt1 II ..
almost'nnd'from Us elasticity efficient,he mast :Tdnite: many qualificationswhich lieved i in Washington; i that s..
FRANCISCO.. is firm'as plank : fce'wiuAbe
For Representative to Congress,. )are-not"every (dayToumftri i !(.conjunction; :
sawmillat -bilIund1probablyp tit
As th'ercTi aT .
has "
Another tremendous conflagration; occur is very casjforhOres./ aginjt.I ;
Lathe.. first piace; and above.aIli Eemust1 be a 'eise'of.' ''if
red in the CityofSanFrancisco. It broke out JOHN BEARD each end of"the TowntheTrhol60fthe streets : the BjantyUndB _

\ on the 14th of Jnneand' before the flames could be covered within a reasonable time, if' taken 'man'of .strict! business.habits j .be must:.possessor difficult to'predict what hejuj : .1; ;Itt?,-
be subdued about three hundred houses, store*, industry;.: .anJ'jpersever/ince;. he.:will
OF LEON COUNTY. I Is not to be .energy / aise, so much depends : '
dwellings, hotels, &c., were burnt to ashes. It in hand by-.ttie corporation. > upon. ; hi -Qen
not discharge.hb'duty: r.iithluJJy1o. his: con- : ..
is estimated that the loss will reach five millions' expected that private individuals: will.make this t.tviid" .. To'/Dil .. .
t of dollars. Supposed to have been the work of The New'Cablllcr.It iIt belongs to the pub stituents. In addition he must be a man of nice Mr.'CABSLL'S friends claim'torIIm
an incendiary. is now certain that: the first version of the i important, improvement ; tact for address and conciliatory manners; andwith b.ibiy heis cntilied ;
deserves well the meri.
: The great fire in San Francisco originated in reconstruction of the Cabinet as transmitted lic; In the mean time Mr. READ all he ought to be A'DUD of superior" bili.ticS' having: largely ,QCILiii''r.- : et',
the Sacramento baking establishment, n small from.Washington was n.hoax-nnd that the following .. of his fellow citizens for demonstrating to them and extended information. ; tow $ "
wooden building in the rear; of the Merchants' how and cheaply their whole town 'can political to pOwe1ke present admin !r -m
i H tel. It is said to have been caused, not by is its true compoistion : easily. benefitted' ,. How fur our present Representative possesses I the peculiar claims of Gen. TAYrJ) ,D

incendiarism, but by a defect in the chimney Mr Webster, Massachusetts; Secretary of be greatly these qualifications, must judged by what he men.: Well,.what has been giine'the _
The fiamesquicky communicated to the Mer State. i 'L.
has his
chants' Hotel, Wavcrley House the Sacramento Mr. Corwin,of Ohio,"Secretary of the Treas COL. accomplished during tour'yeuis-mj South or bylklr. CABCU orby' 31r.t2'

:: Hotel and the theatre. It progressed with ury.Mr. Several typographical errors having to Washington, by the i industry and energy he .constituents? Has he any inflaeuee: ,

great rapidity, destroying the buildings on Pearce, of Maryland, Secretary ut the crept into our'former publication of this has displayed, and the success he has met, in own administration Weareboaadjg|f}ti
the South side of Clny street from Marcey Interior the of his constituents hr.,
obtaining just claims
I ; from what has
street to the water on the North side of Clay st. Mr Graham, ,fNorth Carolina, Secretary I letter, and such as materially nffccteits occurred,that he ;
; and the talent and firmness he has manifestedin !
: Also all the buildings betwean Hartipy street the'Navy, meaning we have in justice' to its I : fluence whatever; or,'that he d es''Dot.chf '
i and Montgomery street, Battcl's :mJEliel'a es' Mr. B.ites, Missouri, Secretary of War. vindicating' their political! rights as an assailed i ta exercise, it. lie is the sle Bep s.

'. buildings.On Mr. Nathan K. Hall, of New. York, Post Master author reprtnted it on our. first 'page. and insulted por'ion o( the confederacy.. Florida in the.House.. How has J d ;tf\
l Sacramento St., from Harney st, to the General, Conceding to Mr. CAEEi.Lall th. ,- is due to,
: t Ire te-Jr, before his.
water not a building. California St., on the Mr. Crittenden,of Kentucky Attorney Gene- The nianalcc. .eyes,. and by tose (ea
North side from the Custom House to Harney ral. The Save Georgian of the 26ih ult, him, as an honorable gentleman linda worthy his friends, in relation to the Indh '1 ;JeJ7.

\ St. is wholly destroyed including fill the most Any Cabinet that contains two such Statesmen citizen, "e.b lieve.tba' few will venture, to claim citizen of Florid h3 a ready
valuable Below streeton informs us of the success of our enter- for him. answer., 11"
buildings. Montgomery as WEBSTER and CEITTENDEK must of more' is well known that he is lamentably question. She has been
the east side of Harney street,all is in ruins. prising townsman-MB. CLARK, in cap- 'deficient in the qualitits that would moat ehaietuj'dis&ra ::(
Also between Clay and California streets. Every course rrove a strong one,and it i is perhaps a efully deceived and humbugged bi M.
building on Montgomery st., between Mr. Tbrtuuate thing for the country that its destiniesare turing a specimen of that singular animal .. render him a useful. .and efficient Representative CA P.L1.S.' Galphin" S retar1. H.p'"

t, Nagel's. and Mr Cannon's{of Baltimore) auction to be wielded by such hands rather than the Manatee, that inhabits the.La ; and still more so in that ability, nn self- that *-the_Indians should be remond,!,[irQf
are burnt. Between one side of these I re1iaQce- hat true 3othcru
s., those of Mr. WINTHROF and the spirit.which spurns ? Has this
cosmopolitan the of the Everglades. necessary promias been 'fulfill tI :
points and Clay st wharf, and Xdams & Co.'s goons on edge all ,,..
T, B, KING.! But there is one important featurein pnrty.tiesanc.l obligations, when they come iu Is iiguiug be? Has Mr.
0 office, on the other, there is an entire l'uiu.- It sa\'s--The U. S. steamer Monmouth conflict with the : CABEU.;,DQ'r.1 iji
That part of the city between Montgomery; st. the cons'.itution: of this Cabinet., It is composed fealty Jue to our own .section over administration. which he br ghfLiil
much in the destruc- Gapt Freetarnfrom J Indian River Flu., and our rights under tte .
and the water has suffered by a Northern President who has been constitution. Mr. power?. Is he dumb? Can be gin DO Te.

tion of very valuable property, including'all the i hitherto remarkable for his strong anti-slavery anived here yesterday, and reports tha' CABEU.'S "heart is in thevight place," and it the sbulimenis of his constituents! : ) WI: .,
buildings on Central wharf and a very large .l ut-
quantity of lumber. I tendencies. It does not contain a single member Messrs. CLARK and BUBNBAM, who had has occasionally: puIs\tel! !\in unison with the j 'Ct is of such vital importance to the, peopiett

Among the buildings destroyed was that of from a cotton growing State; And. above all it been induced) by an offer from r."Bnr- t'cutb j but his obligations tparty make hinitjtnidwhen'be Floii la; as the removal of the India *, "h}'
the San Francisco Journal office-also the office ought to bo t/jjd and determined
I contains the villainous COBWIN, who dared in yet our Representative it
of the Her.ild. They lose a large quantityof num.of the New York Museum, to take and him back into seems, candonctiinf t -
scare associations
the Senate of the United States <1.0 the which to attain that end
printing material. In Evett & Co's ware I express I adventure succeeded) in capturing cannot demand ibqt(&>
his Southern
feelings must abhor and his better
consumed wish that our would be welcomed inMex Iroent of
house a vast amount property: was army repeated promises nor the .
Commission merchants are losers to a very heavy i leo uirith bloody hands and hospitable grut'es-" tWO beautiful specimens of the Manatee feelings repudiate. We adnuv. the difficulty paint of, treaty stipulations. Why rifow' '
amount. The los it is believed, will fall : Creek in Florida. and delicacy of his position, and tat of all the aJti\
habut little near Jupi'er
We to hope from,iuch a coalition. genus, m well !be unrepresented as: to be *.'.
and on houses established merely too
most heavily shippers
by persons upon from the New England At the head of all we find FILLMORE, notorious One of these animals was about 14 feet Southern Whigs in Congress. But it'is such eJ by the muckery of representation)

States and from New York. I for his advocacy of anti-slavery'doctrines.\ WeT long, weighed 1,500.HM.:1., and was killed difficulties that elicit the higher qualities' of the \Ve iLijht here hive; cooljdeatfy- rgslgj,o

SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. trust he has: repented, tmst j the trying in capturing. The other is nine and a ot soul, nud either stamp a mm with tho i oppress: / case and! deroqmjed of the peoples:.,>mncr

of the 14th June of the last hive superior, moral, and intellectual character, '
A San Fransisco letter s-iys, scenes two years shown him against Mr.CABELi.bat we cut inapt 1
that within the past few days business had become that fanaticism is inconsistent with the duration half feet long, and was secured without or reduce him to his'proper level, ty exposing expressing c'urdtcided' Jis.qp&

somewhat mere active, but in general skiff and towed) into his mental moral weakness.
much or
difficulty to a
there are complaints of dull times. Small sales of the Republic: But the fatal "Buffalo lion of his vote to screen or wbitea 1k'

and large profits have been the order of the Letter' will always remain to damn him. What Indian River, from whence it was Mr. CABEU/S course has been weak ftnJ vacillating guilty I perpetrator of the 'Galphin:s,,( -.

day. %This state of affahs is not confined alone can the South hope from one who writes as follows shipped via. Charleston; for New Yoik. from the. first, and such n on'els proves The_. House was almost unanimous iiiC&wtui4 co'l1 k rl l'
to San Francisco, but extends to nearly all the him 'utterly inadequate to his po&iti-m; and!
; ; The Manatee is what is commonly 0.\E; ; HUNDRED AXD FIPTy.|I5STTO-( ,
surrounding and regioLs, where much
BUFFALO OCT 17, 183S wholly unequal to tie crisis which awaits. us, ted in condemnation and ,
in oftbe streams .
inactivity prevails consequence SIR: Your communication of tie 15th inst,, as called the Sea-cow, and known in the While we cheerfully concede to him all the credo him Mr. CABELL
being greatly swollen and the water too highto screen rras oneqf1kiifj.-i
al.ow ofsuccesful mining operations The I chairman of a committee nppojnted by l'The Pacific, especially; )' at the Pbillippine'lslauds it due to "gO"d intc.l ons,7' no c mdid man can flu! .

bulk of the miners waiting a fall of the streams, I Anti-Slavery Society of the County/ of Erie," has the Walrusses there are two have watched his Course without hiving felt
just come to hand. You solicit (my answer to us ; People Florida, ponder over th ehi g\
the mines has de :
and their number at greatly and
pined mortified at his of
want that
creased. Numerous new and rich mines have theflllowing interrogatories. species, llio Arctic and the Antaitir, ability -liscm all party It-eliogs, and loukalotem '

been discovered since last season. and when 1st.the Do subject you believe of slavery that petitions and tM to slave-trade Congresson which differ only in the color of the skin consistency and firmness, which are indispensably the inercst of your Si ATE and yuiomnc!,

operations shall again have fairly commenced, ., necessary for our sole representative at C ,untry.H ice those intercuts been
to be find I'rut tl
ought resjiecfully considered and hair.Ve.. remember having seen
it is confidently believed that immense, almost : the present juncture. '
::: by the representatives of fhe( people? and the prosperity of your Btate:: advauced bjprestrut
untold,.quantities of gold willjbe discovered.} .' 2nd. Are :you opposed to the annexation of one caught some 18 years ago on the .i How he has performed his duty in piomoting representative: Ask joujsem i
Death of SirEtobi-ri. Peel, Texas to this Union, under any circumstances, Northern coast, and another' years I the individual interests: of bis constituents they .afur ain-Jiil review of.his career of four j.rtv'

The death, by a common-place accident, of so 3d.long Arc as slaves you in are.avorof held therein Congress}; exercising after was blougbt into Kingston! Jamai are the best judges themselves. nn J they will iu CongressWHAT: HAS he donep Thessverilleuusign : u6,

the most eminent statesman: of GreafBritain, all the constitutional power it possesses, to abolish ca, taken near the Bahamas. The shortly be called upon to siy whether or not he him to the shades. jiriTafslite ,

is an event to arrest the attention For a quarter the internal slave trade between. the formation similar I I has come up to the full measure of their hopes to which ,ho ii an ornaaneat, and t 3\ :
physical was very I
States ? and
of a century he has: been dUltingu .hecJeith-, expectation which be can' never again
4th, Are you in favor of immediate legislation but the color was different, that of the For ourselves, we are convinced tint emerge. "
in in the opposition as a leader a chsnge
er power or for the abolition slavery in the District CALHOU.\
and perhaps no man living has exercised so of Columbia? Northern being darker and the hair is imperatively dem-uided, by the public! weal asWtll .. :

great an influence during that time, over the I am much engaged, and have no time to enter coarser. us by the public voice; nUll Wl' without 'iiiji CAB1ETSWe :

Government of his own country. as he. He wasa my into reasons an argument for my opinions., or to explain 1 shall at therefore length They resemble a Seal very much, and i intending or feeling the least: unkinilncs' publish this snornin-r- the names: of lit

man of great breadth and great accuracy of content my self,by answering ALL jou interrogatories doubtless belong to the sam'e genus, towards !CABEIX. A man of a Different J new Vainj..he; real Cai.iuet ; Uut vbieVfi.

mind, so that he was equally fitted for dealing in the AFFIRMATIVE, and leave for stamp-a man of more' energy more industry "winveil 'itiB other d.iy being apparentlj.tiiorkv '

with general principles, and with all the details some future occasion a more extended discussion having flippers aU.d. fluxks, but insteadof more ability, more inform'itiori, morr .\\' >i out liJd.ll, :nJ not 01 tiaosp dulj'tto*

administration. He has deeply impressed on the subject. the separations of the tail!, it whole commln.jinricOuenc: i is callfl for by the dml'- .ii.s-iua d l of .
# # I in l such: ,a turuiuiUs the dettrfiVesideul
his mind upon the permanent policy of Eng! I am respectfully, anti spreads like a fan. Its head is and circuuistances in which we fin,I rais.;'vr0 Taylor pro luced ut %a.hingtunY.s ; tt

: Your most obedient servant, shaped like that of a cow, but longer placed; ; and we l have no hesitation. i in p:.. yiua-; -. very n tur.LI that cuujvctuve, Siaoul&Iflltteagerness ,
j land.As to the speculations to which our telegraph MILLIARD FILLMORE.: (and we h we no doubt we will be ''iel in the turn the prob-ib.e iuto tbecvfuin.We .*-
:: i ifc correspondent refers, we place little trust in WVSI.T.S. esq:. Chairman., and having teeth only in the lower jaw, opinion by the people of Florida du uutsuspu-ct our correspondent anji-
l them, and they prob.ibly represent but a small which resembles a dog's.These ) that JOHN: M j. Bcnrd and Cilpbiai again. BEARD is that man.: He pos {in is of of
; portion of the British press. There are properly eses; nn emi no consequence. ,
hut two parties in that country-the Tory In our last issue we published a complete ref. sea animals were known (o the nent degree, the qvaUti: ,required by our Repr The Cabinet 'wnicu Mr. Fillmore has appoiV

and the Whig. With the former of these ir utation of the Galphin fabrication that Major Indians in Florida lOony years since, sent' itives NonjaVmtheStaei: i ii bolterkaowu ted,pffcrs a much higher m identified till lie began hh tb it w ifhe w.:s >.iJ .o h f .
Robert was great its : ivenppcintetL! :
Beard was at one time no better than themselves.But Col. his to inhabitants and -
free trade reforms, in which he was supportedby and Harney, during campaign no man in it better, acquainted Webster gin it UUtinctiua.. Alr.Crine t
the entire Whig and a part of the Tory par this being the only thing they can charge among them was several times fasted Vfith their wants and wi brs. About aiso ho u wide anti brliLint} reputution. jjlh

ty. The latter was always considered rather.a against him they hate to give it up, and accord he I I'U.private character, i it i is unnecessary to speak. Pearce of Maryiaud! ; au<| Qor. Gnib.mof Jfonkdroiina. ,
personal: adhesion, which nothing less th.-m the ingly the l:1st'S ntiner.ha8nn article signed, "A: on their 0esbwhich ptonounced. very j I I It stands far above ns.iult. No man stands ure men of character, and of ability
great ability and persoual popularity of Sir choice. enough for the reputable: duchnrge: s of the ifo
Denizen of the Ancient
.! Robert could have detat bed from their old as- /'attempting tc show higher a social nnd moral position ; and! although iiesot' their tffice. Bat Mr.X'op'n. Q|liis '
sociation When he vent out of office, be remained that the Major was an active Whig in 1840! GEN. TAYLOR'S LAST OFPiCIAL ACT. many pretend to. think that -this has Sfcretu-ry of the Treasury, is: a very cr14.i iex

at the head of this personal party, and The extracts we gave last week from the St. The Washington correspondent of lae .Charleston nothing do with the claims: of a man on the pe)'iuient., He is H demagogue,who bsssu'of 9'

by giving a qualified support to the Whig Ministry Augustine Herald and News: of Sept JS42one.. Courier, says : I politicII suffrages of his fellowrcitizens au.utttr iuc.'pjciiy to take p-sitiou in thr>"
which succeeded him, he endued it with a I Gen. wrote : we entertain ate, at.<| has not, its fi r.-.Ij: we njuJgea,is'vagiquility .
and the other Democratic to
a Whig at the message Congress, a different
degree of life that served for the time. His paper opinion. An unblim'shed to reci'inmend himlur Ih.t mo mJlUlij
friends havenow no leader-they have not become time-in which both acknowledge the Major to which was finished and copied by some hand, reputation, an unsuspected integrity in private sible and difficult position to,which he has b'

; identified with the Whigs, and though be"a true blue locofoco," settles that question in the early part ot last week, upon several important -I life, carry with them their influence into the called ; n position which demands: ,"anoVj*

they have doubtless a rather dark quarrel with much more authoritatively, the ipse topics. Had it been communicated. it : public.councils, and consequently) to have exact and.systematic knowleJge,.and a cpat.r X
their old associates, policy has means to reconcile : ought business of the highest order. 3Ir..itb4
dint of the Oasis gentry reposing with Major would have caused a profound lienS tion. It their due weight in the '
greater feuds than that, and their return summing up of the qualifications R. Hall,.the Postmaster!! Gegt-ral,.,.wp h.iv"'pw
to the Tory ranks would at once place the Whig :Putnam in the snuggery of the Surveyor,Gen's. i urged his views as to the adjustment of th* terr of can idrite r. r the happiness to. recollect. lie is 'probably r *.

Ministry in a minority in the House of Commons office! Can any man who knows the spirit of ritorial question,and the immediate admission* But the friends of.Major BEARD do not rest very ioca1ceIebritj; Mr.--Bites, '(in'' on';iife'

parties, and'parlicularly] of the oasis party be- California. It importuned Congress to provide his claims to the patch :1id-to be of'Mississippi) is, we rtk<*
This seems the natural course of events. aupportot people 'on his guess, that Mr. Bates, who was in the entt I
There is another which Appears to .be contemplated lieve if Major Beard had been gone of'em" in the necessary supplies for the g vernm nt.,' moral qualities 1 !. alone.; They claim for' him-, ibm \tissouri"Witb, or rather ngainst lIr.Beut

and to form the ground work of the opinion 1840. and had deserted them in 1842, that he It declared his determination to support the and they do it with the utmost confidence, that ton, during the Administration: of John QAL''

i that the death of Sir Robert Peel will would have escaped their kind, attention when 1 present state of things in New Mexico, ogdnst the claim will be sustnined-asuperiororder' anis. Till 'we find out ct"rfuinly'howtnr'd

; strengthen the present Ministry, viz: that the "rewarded for his apostacy. Would a Whig I the pretensions of Texas. The I of .he is, we shall be excused from criticising W%
message tahnt
leader with longer us a highly cultivated, mind political
t; Peel party, left without a no information By thtsd appointments three seats ia-tbt
Senate have confirmed his nomination hc'had !
a motive separate organization, and, have learned, lies in 'the State Department.That .- : surpassed by few,and habits of business, Senate are'Tacuteti. If they are not filled: W;,
i lentified; with the free-trade policy of the.Whigs just deserted their ranks ? particularly us the the new administration will carry out industry.'and perseverance, of the high fore the vote is' taken un the Compriniseflj J

will amalgamate with that party, and ,share at Whig News asserted "his Democracy was well eucha policy in every particular, is not to be' est importance'to n representative in very that me1iur.flOSHtJDe. Vote.
once with them the pleasures and emoluments ; Congress; probable will be all filled. The.Governn
known to the 1" Zfear the News of y
: of office. Excellent reasons could be given for Sep. supposed. Mr. Fillmore cannot take so bold uto'ue and which will b
.i this, and they could find some very pretty 19 1842. fle ,wll| rely PI the passage' of the'Senate us who have, so sensibly felt their absence c in I ,nnd;;will pretty :certainly appoint :B'*.

f precedents for the proceeding in English political "But after perpetrating all this' iniquity on adjustment bill, if pass |jt ever shouldto set ,others, and whose interests have suffered from opposed tu eyerytbipg# 'the_ WilmoaPXO1tThe !
history. Perhaps some accidentno greater Col, Sanchez, because he was Democrat this tle the New Mexican dispute | neglect nnd Governor of. Maryland is'aDemocratk'we ,
t than the stumbling of a horse, may yet decide I same Senate turns round and procures the nomination suspect in favor Of.the (CbmpromUeIf: k
t what shall be that consequences of the accidental I of another Democrat,..Major Beard, and THE ('AMANCUE \V R.- Gen.'Brooke Major BEARD is not inexperienced in -legisla} then nil three! of ,the ,new )$fiagiinsttbat !! ) ,.i41k
death of Sir Robert Peel. I confirms his nomination unanimously: J'egQ.I' tion.i He waa a distinguished member of the measurt, and}itt' be tote Is J.errtr4!

ding his Democratic principles which we are. has issued) an order for a vigorous cam Senate of his: native State, North Carolina, nnd tilLihey take their:.seal 'Mr.:'!>1'8, Mir JJ| _
The papers state that the most distressed warranted in saying were well known to ,the paign against the'Indians infesting the for he a worse chance. than' befbri-C/1"1' t" 1
many yearsoccupied a prominent .
position -
man suffering by the late fire at San Franciscowas Whig majority of that body! 1 Mercur -. -

a Dutchman who, lost his fiddle. lie was As we said before, the Major Is a bitter pill" : country Between ,the Rio Grande and amongihose who cQtrolJe.dher. p iticii ;destiT The PhiladelphiuNortJi' uitriwnMJ' *....; .:.!

L k perfectly inconsolable, and went through the for the Galphins. They are at their wit's ends the Neuces. All the United States. disposable nies. < "Millard '('Fillmore Wbig of!sma ** :
is a -
4 I t I streets crying and screaming at the top of his to find l J 'forces The able awl impartial 1 manner in whiph' he tried :
voice "fl& mine fiddal-mine jUddalf1 something to say agriost him ; but it at Forts Mcintosh In priucipUaf; a dfitMel'.friendtotbtptection :!

iithL4t 1'-- __m. vw v_ wont' do. The Mojor as our Alligator corres. Merrill and Lincoln with discharged, his duties. as .US.. Marshal" for"titE.tstrzi I. ot'ourtibmesticjitdusiry; ,; vicozp1lk;::l

A Texas paper gives the following C3ut :)n.- pondentsays, "willrun over the State like fire ge,. ., together. District i .-of Florida' .. is-well' known'-- ':- .-mri- :;. ,/(T".: best.tie i.'p' jhe:,< ctjsien. '.ej ,*1ptnjirerrvqrInow7e4 :_ :'M J
Don't surprised, if, after your have sailed three companies of Texas :Bangers, are appreciated? i all; nn.d the services he though' uutmnimHlW wpnlio'nalprejuaices I
on the prairie and before that fire the I rendered -: "
,- ; snoothlycigbt or ten months on the voyage of ; stops, 00- ordered 'to take fit'ld for the State in his :j-eTrotd[ to, tb! UDiOUIJ.iff.j
the a twomonths' present office of
matrimony, you are suddenly. overtaken by. sis gentry will be smoked out of their snug places Bogfoterof glory ;aud bfiipproved, 'abilify and fidKepreajeutiiig ljrl. 'I
7riaZ1:. and will have to wander at least twenty ; campaign, or. until) the Indianaare _State Lands have, been_ .endowed: by the. almost !- _a party:btt wil It nevert# hele Fr 1l,!

the locofoco subdued. The whole ,bo, unanim J usyoice'ot.tbeS'u'te., true to the interests ofthe .entire' I iUoJ1J' "
years through wilderness,' before : will under I : *"* ; .I- ''' -.4 miiitaiinAs':
Awesternpapcrsas- Op,'J$e, subject .Northern i I by Pl hctjthebroatd. JDPr:;
: : -4'N enr plead guilty to poverty. So far as they reach another little Oasis in the "fCi 1C41wnste. the command df.I3rev' Lieutenant. Colonel i constitutional :-aggression on'our I heusivf, .,wi 9.:and, "'just: t. pohcywrLtdQrPresdent ; :

this world in concerned, you had better admit ." Hardwv. rights. MajorBiuanltakis the7gronn4Jiipor j,Taylor J.will secure, to.hiir wit .'ko S j

t j:, .that you are&d *,. scoundrel." ,'" .!}- 'whi..., /alone th'eJSputh l :ui(stand. .tt. 1D.9u 1! JOD'tS} (. J'.OJ'P ,,'" i t

.. : NAW.DVflTUOADfl. DEMOCEATIC- Of .BAEBECUE.. .-,-'_ T .-. ,The-Democrats.' : ot- and'the-Uhioa .be. preserved, \The, 'BillVfCav. An-Irishman !coming" from: the 4th rlfl.t
; A slave woman: was accidentally left by the We are pkassed to see a commencement of St. Johns give todaySatiii'daya( ): barbecue to mis-wiled the'}'Comprouise! laJ'.iliJe'- "r"-' ry' .considerably: bewildere! *!,:and ceiugiheanti 1

.; : 'iJ' E P c track>irsiit on New foot.Hil'eD Springfield, and followed to rejoin the her railroad mis improving Town, ,by Saw-dust roads, and the Democratio,- 'candidate.vforpongress, 'sMaj.BKABD thing to"'the free soUe'rs, apd'dfcfraua aWl-:dei' .every thing'else going' round jjII1er ,

,' tress sleeping in the bushes two nigb'.s on the we hope it will not be.very long:,before all our ,' 'large\:attendance: is also-expected grades the South. 'as effectually J astfie fcWilniot i cl (led. that the.wwiesi way to get qwa.
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.ltAt C -CfaJphin Crawl crcZElgl c1f'na ;shall t.xpc Baleit in:front ofjlhe Court '- 4 ; .
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k1l dispose Olt t.the U&te4 States : Will ra.t1' :
o'tJ1UDt t developments, ,show J1 arth-e1f. $tioororBentoa.Cotintyon tu'fin.UoDda71n \' ,-- : -' < :", .

; E'als, &Ci on favorable terms," :whicJ. Congress of courw barbarous combination: win: result JQ' 8Ineztjtfzia11 hours : .- . :... ::tJ
will l.Id .
-c- accepts___ _.__ 1"'l"; ". ri l numerous and treacherous assasinationsof ::of sale, the_ following property to!':' :-The .' 'i ', : :
___ m.1n1'tTu .
ALLIGATOR, July 30, S50. : i- I :, "- West half of the Eon half of section four Town '.I.U" .1Irim"'i.t1..' .I'tS .. .. .: .

-Every body bere seemed pleas- ITWETITh, :. W'OBAI, ;GVE"co: .' our o\Vn citizen ?, ship,tvrnty;;:aixfiange twenty one,,letied ups :':._ y the Pablio' they arith = i -' "_.,'."f.. 1,';;

1* of M'jor PutnatnV Ata'large" -reipecUble Eaeeting}Qf.the HI % BR' i.BAt -. on as property of Wm.Jackson to attizfya FLFA thU IbrateC1.Spril'g. would: wspeetfcllyurge c .lr

k our eipUuatton. citizens OrangejCounty OO yeaecl at Meilons ,issued from the' Circuit. Court :of :IJentonCqunty. the. affiicted COEO and be healed.;+That ;i-
_fit J of them think it was bad ; La Villn_ near Jacksonville on Sun" virtue .ibe. is u fixed .. .' .
.! toast. Most Title for the of ? .in favor. of John PUtt, a fact"-not Ideal. <;_
:; tbe Major to attend violent 'party purpose expressing:'on, opimoq day morning ihe_2$ th of'July;inst.:,I by :NMMOODY.-. 36 those aQicted i with RUEUMAT1SM,, SCIiOFIJLA '-,

in in relation to the removal of the, Indians; 'now _, Benton and the.Thousitd. '
f nnd give party toasts before the Rev. Jarn..s McDonaJ.l, Col.Oscia Scruff. Cty.Ciicuit DTSPEPSIAf ill* .' ,.' .,j,'

ustrstioQI, secure. In Democrat- remaining in this State, LGinnYeq.waa; HART to M is*-ViBbt KIJL' '(;1ir."S '1o.' :,July21SO c ,: tds ,which mortal* are heirs to, we wpuld respect,,* : '
Ltf1**9 perfectlY called to the chair. : : : fully suggest that they.try virtues, bell.ninc \ :

llel the Major o thought ic -hoMcr it perfectly to countenance'shck.Fe1er1 On motion of Dr.A.S.Spear, E. 4.Crane: wal OscnrHnrt.TATTCRNE' CourtSouthern 0\, -, -. ,. ,- Circuitot"Floridaflillsborough :' trom'l Its use, that almost,they aUo'will, tua.emu U ;similarly effected beaefi by* .::;

J* (or a particularly such violent ones appointed Secretary. ,y Co. 'ted. H .,:_ _<

i eetings- On motion of Dr Geo.E. Uawes, a committee AHJJConnsellpr \ SUIURD'1J. ''' : TbeseelerofplcasnreirmherclindadeUg '
?! )1cq ltC ;
ji jKlrive eYeT'lloco oco out of Congress.1' :0 Bill In Chancery,", fat place to while away time. heit Table.will .1' .
was appointed to draft resolutions VI.
.- his "amended"' his tois:about II' expressive a $ La, NAl'iC1 McQtiax. .: for Divorce./ be:spread witb of the land,and no ex. .
li1ee the} Ipr of the feeling the meeting, whereupon Dr. hAVING been oblige to abindon his intentionof 4 on their: .will be
? ,
op part .-wapting to wotidfli. :
wont'doit is :
!I" :;
Morton ORDER
**'"goa.Jackson G.E Hawes, John Hughs, J. O.Duval, Harvy A leaving Florida, will deyoe himself to the. AT CHAMBERS, for tne comfort and pleasure of visitor :: ". S ,':;

We-1ft" all know what be is at. Besides be Cranej were appointed by the chair said practice of his profession thraqghoot the E ut- T appearing to, tho satisfaction pf the Court, The surroandjng country is filled witl De t < '.:

** .made the matter worse. Dhl the Sen- as com eru Circuit of Florida. Business entrusted to by affidavit_ ,of the complainant filed in said and Turkeys and the. Strea ns with the finest

***] in standing for the mittee. him will receive his prompt nUenti Court that ihe'above mentioned defendant resides offish.. Good dogsand fishing lackle>fll'beat ,

*' 0 right or wrong up The committee after iae consideration offer Jacksonville E. F. August 3 18 0. out the .State df Florida to wit, in the all times at their service.*. ', : .

\vbatdoestheMajortuinkofhislet-- ed the following report. State of Georgia. It U ordered that a hearing ConveyanCesfrom JACKSONVILLE. direct, '
800..granny Brown!" We well know what SELLiNG OFF AT COST. on the fatschared,in said Bill be bad at the W the SPRING all times ready. '
& Entertaining sAme opinhns in relation to subscriber of his Full term in the hundred and fifty Board -month .. '
answer to these questions would be, the immediate removal of the Seminole THE wishing to dispose year eighteen per -" $20,01$
tocc*i4 Indians goods before the season h-is possedtomute of and Court, provided that a copy of this Children'and Servants '- -10.00.'

bit II 'Oflt'press him. from the State of Florida,as the citizens of our room for his fall stock has concltxdedto, order be published iu some_ public Newspaper Horses per month,"'. '., .l "Cl

Major BEARD will run over the State i sister Countyillsboro',. expressed in their late : sell the remainder of his stock on hand at FlR.T or this State, fur the space of three: months at BUFFINGTON .nYAN.

i i prairie This you may rely upon. The meeting We hate on the subject. COST. Those wishing to supply themselves with least, before the first day of the said ,term of March 30,.1850.. of : : 'I. q (.- .. c
"the Resohed nnanimoufy, That we heartily .' '
< goods at New York prices are invited to call said Court. .
in the Republican from this 'I. : 1 _
published concur the Resolutions adopted at said .
name at Chambers this fifth
i-fljr early. WITNESS my dayof '
unfounded. The Democrats meeting and shall our Representativesin : For Sq e.! '
vas utterly request W.M:P. DEWEES. June. |n the year of our Lord, one thousand 'I .
p1aC' for BEARD and Whigs the next Stute Legislature to exert their hundred runE following t8.of valuable taut,to wit: ,
tliusUstic many August3lS5O eight nD.fifty. _
best efforts to carry out the wishes cxjressed by __ ____ MAdministratior'3 : A tThe Low Tract" situated at the head'cl t
him. )CABELL'S do-notltitis pol- Indian River Five Hundred
support :L ini'e'ting.Resihed Ju4ge of the Circuit Curt for containing acfea .
to the Indians, will kill him Notice, more or Ies3alsothe"Pablo Trait situated -
That of these
ft riib reg.irJ n copy proceedings tne Southern Judicial. Circuit of Fla. '...
jyjin all the E istcrn Uouuties. and will injure be published in the Florida Pjipers.ARTHER. SIXTY days after date nppliwtion Jane 29J1853.;. 3m ,on Pablo Creekrnear thimo thofthOStJohn

or less throughout the State That GINN, to the HJH. James T. O'Neill, Judgeof t River, supposed to contain over Two Hundred ..
iin more Chairman.H. the Prob.ite Court in Nassau County,-for acres-including-some tine bamock.-an fcshoal'l h m suffered the Government to treat A. CRANK, Secretary. permission to sell the Real Estate belonging to In Circuit Court, > small Tract of Woodland in the vfcmity tb_

!tf,hey b ivc done-to deceive us-to lie to us. Fort Mellon, July 3 1 1850. the Etute of Juhn VY. DuBase'dec, late of said Eastern Circuit of.Florida. ) Town Jacksonville, containing; Thirty acres
more or Terms
K. UuBOsE low.
condition than County.
le ve us in worse we
alitlist, SLAVE CASES IN CALIFORNIA. (HA'S W. DIBOSE'\dm'r. In Chancery.A For farther particulars 8p1ytoCHARLES
and all this by a Cabinet of his
toe Charles a colored man. claimed as a slave of Nassau County FLa, August 3 1850. 9t T a term of the Circuit Court held at the P. COOPER.'

(in choice,and without any remonstrance from I.inlulllnyt's was brought before Judge Thonris L\. Court House at Alligator, in and for the Ag'Lancf Atty.for the .

iii-any protest lu the name of his outraged of California, in 1Lllast, u\ writ of habeas SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. county of Colnuabia, on Tuesday,the.4th day ofMiy Jacksonville Es/Lof JW" Dell,dec.'
jcstitocnts: ag.iinst such perfidy and imbecile corpus and discharged, the Judge miiintainiug THE subscriber still continues the manufac A.D., 1850, present, the 11:11.Thoa. Doug ,July 3m.' .., _

!! If te has no influence in Washington, that under the conslitution of the Statuul, of the latest improved holler Horse lass,Judge of' .id court. -
-T. under the Mexican laws previously exis inghe Gins double and single at UU usual rates and
his t-' and a He might ) NEW STORE NEW .
be a ngue pen. .
crJ had detain him. The Charles STORE
no right man i id re tdy to fill all orders at the shortest notice. vs. > Bill of Divorce.

hn u scl these iu our mse. He might thtu vrjis afterwards brought up for breach of pe ice. They cm be seen at all times at the following MARY KNIGHT. ) UNDERSIGNED respecfully iafora -.;

, lace toll us in what indignant language hepye in having made an assault upon s'L H-tyes. and Agents- : I having been made to to the satisfaction THE !Public that he has opened a Store at,'

. utterance to our feelings. Surely he might I I1fe i unlawful resistance to the Slieiiff awl officers Vilta'onga Acosta. Centreville. Gt. Capt. II of:thfrfcourt by-AffidvHthat appear the Defendant thepremises on BAY 8TEEETopposite the Liberty ,
\ :lrrt'8tinghim Hayes deposed tluubl' B R Be.mfortS. C. J P Devaux. Pole
Bytliewood, ,formerly occupied by Mr.Wm. B. Boss-
resides the ,
If he limit
done this! was willing to protect Mary Knight, beyond
prisoner drew a knife upo' him iig-iinst which Cluirlestnn] >. C. George L Brown. Newnans- and that ,he has on hand a variety of goods.'
of the :
and in
State Florida the State of
. O.l1phio Crawford in j-illVriug the Treasury, he defended himself, that the knife was uccMi'n yule, E F. Tison & Harris, Ocala, E F. Georgia* t pf which having been purchased in the Northern ,. >

for him to slau-ler tally dropped when the prisoner tuok to flight ALSO Markets
permitting ; at low he is
thil..llliuoce.Lsou exceedingly rates enabled
. It is on motion of W. M.Ives Esq. Solicitorof
Hayes in pursuit a third party a gentleman, Extra Boxes and Brushes be had of the to t'"
luideaire his own constituents. We have ; can s';id Complainant, ordered th it th3 Raid Defendant dispose of on the most satisfactory terms.Among .- r ', "
then came up struck the fugi i ive with n stick Subscriber at moderate rates. Persons wanting them he would enumerate / -
. jcmtcariosity to hear what sort of an excuse ; Sheriff Mary(Knight, do appear and plead, ;
aa-i t.-iddled" httn MeKianey aippearedat Gins will direct A-
; Gina,or repaired, pie ise to
. ie till: bitch up ou this point. The long and tbii tin with officer Tutt, rIp tuuk) the prisoner gi-nts. or to SAMUEL L. BURNS. answer or demur the Complainant's Bill ofCOr.1ptlint Dry Goods of all kinds Har4 '
four months the said Bill
within or
. the short of the matter; i id, as Mr. \ESTER said in change.The arguments urge-l by di-- M, Marys. Gi. August 3 18:0. 6m and the matters therein contained, will be taken ware Provisions f
fend.-iut's counseiwere, that the sheriff h-id no I Crockery, : .. :;
of Gen.TAYLOR 'il WlIS a nomination not fit to as confess .
" warrant, and was not authorized to make the
) I. tIcJIO81RT BAKER Medicines .
And it is further ordered that of this Fancy Goods _
. be midfc" Mr.CABELL'S was';41 nomination not arrest without one Second. That no breach of a copy ,. :
I OFTHE FIR I OF FENCER order duly certified,be published some Newspaper :..
ke the committed ut the time of the
) .ttobemailef! It is too bad.atujunctuiel peace was &c. &caU .
I within te Eastern Circuit ofFlo'rida, ,
. ;hktoh.vea worthy, weak, inc&cient man ns arreit, nor in presence Charles of the been sheriff.declared & BAKER ouce a week consecutively for the period of four of which will be sold at*prices lower than .?
That the
prisoner. having -
:ursole Representative. The plain truth ought the densiou of our courts ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. months. have hitherto been offered to community. .
a freeniinby ,
')spoken, Ml'] the people ought to hear it was justified in the resistance he offered to NOT AH Y PUBLIC, STATE CclumbU OF FIDRIDA County., 1 J 5S' intention He would to also keep state on hand that at it ,all is times hU, especbj a foil

tJ.. ifweluJh.vla firm man ns our Lin-L11 Hayes' alteiuptiujjto capture him. supply PROVISIONS of the (
the COMMISSIONER.( J I S. :SCARBOROUGH. Clerk of the Circuit Courtin first quality,
Justice lize'tott promptly dischirgel
':r.awrorlTou1J not have dar- pri such as
1 >presenUtive, and for saidpoun'tydo here certify. that the -
his the Plicer
soner. Upon cise, s siyj.Whitever
, H to act the .1i!?!rlceflil firce he has acted af- I iinprssions maintain elsewheiv. APPOINTED BY THE FOLLO\yiNG .STATESti above contains at true copy of the order duly Bacon Hams Flour Pork .
made and entered record the above stated Lard
ot ,
tik- on ,
the liberatiou
Y jonrlnliaa trage-ly Goodbye-speak few in our mi 1st doubt porfect

i tint wiits the slave who places bid foot on our VITMnn-l ACIt\0\VI.KOC3KJlKM8 case. I' Butter Sugar Cpffee &c. &. .
.. :.d let the people ktloar the truth. 1 may write Witness my hand and the Seal .
free soil.
I : l1l1 Jin. TO DE USED THEREIN. [SEAL.] of said Court, this 30th day of which he will sell at the lowest cash prices. AIaq .

. 1!the Wiry we nre determined to have plank 1111'. CsbeII Maine, Virginia, Vermont. Massachusetts, : May. 1850. Lime, Hay &c., ,&; .
Connect lout. New York Pennsylvania 8. SCARBOROUGH CWSBJC.
tudtoJ.iclisonrille. We will do our share if [ has he.'. for the last sevemj veks ,
3 i ", vv' DelaWareMaryland! ,North Carolina,. June 8,1850. 4mAttachment JOSEPH.- FlljEGAN.Yo .
\ :':? lacVscntillir.ns thrjrs. Columbia' noised about the j.tri ei-s ti f our goodly South Carolina, Georgia, Ala- -_ Jacksonville JIay.41h 1850. 3ai .

pcb every man to do his duty, and she will city by Ar.! Cabeli's warmest jsupporters : Kami, Mississippi, Texas. N otice. ,

i,it in October. tltat lie xvas Ju favor of the Liar July, 27 \':0. _ly_ FELIX LIVMGSTO.I, ) Notice : _,

W. D, ( 'oiiiprMiiise Bill.e" have been ledto J LIFE INSURANCE, OR vs. > Columbia Co. ,

_ fuiih in these Otiri'ic"ti WILLIAM PHILIPS. ) SEALED PROPOSALS will be received I j
place some (
; PROVISION FOR THE WIDOW AND OS- Committee of **St. John's
defendant and all others interested
and haVe -PIlE arc
hth2 perhajys done "
e a- PIUN.XEV Seminary of Learning located at Madison
Itectiznof Ohio. hnveD I hereby'notified of the of
: Hamilton I'cuti'y. commencement
Court House until
I >niuct iing to gste currency to ini nn- Florida 12 o'clock, M., on -
.8 moruliieil ibe Constitutional t Convention cT 1 I. thcrt-fiire 1.' tb J suit, returnable to a Justice Court, to be Saturday, the 6th day .of July next for furnish .
piessuri. may only the VORK) } LIFB INS LJI- held at Alligator, on Saturday the 15th day of material .
t* ::.11 State to remove yll of nc-gro auin'tedbloolfrotn ing erecting, arid finishing complete"of '
IfOf persons I pan I of just'ce to .'S r. C to say that inlelligeiiff ANF COMPAV June next,.and to appear and plead to the same. wood, a main building, fifty by thirty fee*! .
thu. LtlThpy argue atau Given under blind and seal he 31st .
the last 1 mail from U'ash- my '
by two
i Oi pica I 106 BROADWAY, COR. OF PINE STREET, Dories high,with two wings, each twenty-
i ii :'Utb tht tunilaanisiion lift II e rces., it'retib1e. j"glun gi.ezi u- the assurance that lit is -. --- day. of)lz1y, A. D.. 1840. five ey thirty feet. ..

(* woul-l ')e in the Llg'.iest! degree im- ( opposed to the "Bill iif Surrender," nnss Capital now. (prlricipiHyinweiin U. s.Stock.,) Justice, WM. of B.the ROSS.Peace.- The whole work to be completed ready for de -

. 29O99 DUI..I\ "!. livery by the 20th day of December
plitic.crarlan-1 I dcbising-that they C nnt it shall -am-'tid next. Bond
receive June ( 3m
:a- AN I) RAPIDLY I ACCUMULATING. 1,185(1 for the faithful performance of the contract'will .
!): jrtlifr in lie a
bnne community upon if this be ihen *
ct inputs trup, we are PRESENT RKSKliVKDFUN-l t ) H .nOOVOLI.ARF. required. <

!'wing of equality sm-1 that the weldreuf l lib \villuJ2 to admit thai \1 r. (jabell <>nihis 'I' U U r .'. K-. PROCLAMATIONBy Persons disposed to bid, can obtain more specific -

0' ist. {uriicuLiHy the white race, depends upon question preseiils the wishes of Morris Fr inltlin. 1'resHeut of the New York Life. information ns to the character otth'e work ,

S5T>nr.ition. They have no disposition to ii.oc .- 0lh parties in Florida." .. Insurance Company.Piiay .. the Governor of the State of Florida to be done, and also see draft of the JbuHdingT": -
ID.r Freemm New York Life Insar by personal application to '
. :.rHLll1F but declare that ia event &JII! Actuary it is law that .
: any A ftu-n-l in Washington l\'ritF' WHEREAS required by an BARTON C. POPE
'n th-.u it Company.Ors be held in tbb State on the ,
i'ircon'Jiuon cmnotbe mule worse is trn I hat tilellig in Flat THEODORE HARTRIDGE
ir. III) party unus n.l 'bnt'n. Attorney and Counsellor at ,
first for of
Monday in October next a Register
ib ;inil1y w.i8 when the white man found thorn ida will not make an Issue on the slave Law. '<>0 NissiuStreet.DiviJ Public Lands, to hold fouryears: and until his DANIEL s: ORAHAM

'7u Arrie.1. an,! they gc into f.cts to show *'.bernpositiou ry qim.'st loll. 1 It uT"tild he lamentable A. B ..te(. B'presentntive in C flzresS. successor shall be elected and qualified: Buttdifig Committee.
Proposals,will also be received and considered ;-
M East
Alfre Freemin, Broidwny.
? to the plantations in .naem-ict b..* whriive have} so powerful an enemy Doremus & Nixon It therefore,ordered, That the said:election for erecting the buildings of brick. -;
it, John M. Nixon. ( Dry
the gr ;itrst blessinz thnt ever rtMClu-d witt'W1:, 10 xhal1st Hurst.h'e iu'. Goo-li) 3J N.iSiu-Street. be held throughout the State, on the said first By order of the Board of Trustees. .
in law
October according
Monday next .
, :ifi'riMn r.l'ct In conclusion, *keirartling lie si I rife." 'I 1 o which we respond umel Henry A. Nelson, ((1 I ite Wright. NeUon & EanHenry *Qive.n under my.hand and the Great CHARLES RUSSELL, #
Sec.B; T.t.John'sS.ofL.
n? : declaraticn that "rithfr the whic fnosi biart il}'. Th* omvi>h of ou .hm 22, :tre-d. Seal ihe State of Florida, at the -

:1. fle and it the i onth united. Compared L ooA un'in, (Late Representative in Con.gress. 1. [Seal] Caoitol in Tallahassee, this 13th day -
raagt remove from the >tate give heart ito see > Seam & M'lir. 231 Broidw.iy. .TXBROUQHT -
i now in ) Noiic -
A. U. 1850 >
" ot
)1111 the npgrops-tLe two r-ces must I.malWe with s.M h union of sentiment umonjr .- II John C. Beach. Counsellor at Law, 14 VurickPlace. BROWN
tlf THOMAS to the Jail of Columbia
VIi > ..or the negroes it.ust he reajoved. ourselves, w* c.'unt all party tri Governor of Florida.. county, East Florida"and| committed ,

ill Each is the new song from Cincinnati-the, iimphs as th* veiy essence ..f nothingness II.MC C. K>n>l.il1), (Hirndeu&C>, Forwarding i By. the Governor-Attest: t. to the Jail in Alligator, on the 2Sth !

,L".OJ tl quitters abolitionism in America, nti l ll would therefore be matter of Merchants & Dealers in Foreign Exchange) I C.W. \VNING, day of April ISSO; Negro_ man, whq I
. 6 Wall-Street. Secretary of State. says his name is DUBLIN that 'he .
a ;red city of refuge for runaways ; and it. isflnnciat3u unspeakable gratifU'uti"n to see, not only Samuel ll'. P.1XQn. (Allen & Paxson, Shipping Wm. Collein of West Florida., Said belongs "

of general truths which the I )J r. Gabell, but the wh.Le Whig party and Commission Merch \Utlt.) 134 Front.sreet.J. NOTICE; about 25 or 30 years of age about 5 feet negro high -

Ser "li bus been preaching in vain for half atury. orcupying with us, n position of hostility K. Herrick (". K-: Herrick & Co. Joiporters and stout built. .- :
78 Jobnrsireet TO CLAIMANTS BOPOT7rrillE S. .
t 1\Dll'e LieN in Stati.) OF J.AN
scheme of The owner is requested to come fo ward -
Self-iuterest hus last to adjustment ,pay
at impressed every '
War well H t..l Y'Lre, 1241 Peurl-street.
Pt J. M. undersigned proposes to obtain War- Algea and take him .
d. i nnpori tbtse memorialists-but )how many winch like that now pending, robs the J. S. Bussing, (K. & J. 'Bu.- iraJt & Co., Nail and J- rants for lands for claimants who will MARTIN away.H. FREEZE .rail T. -

JCf"Uf : tigthemre perhaps even uow bf eking to South of her rights.-Floridian. Iron' n Li fact u rers.) 33 Cliff.: treet. he entitled theretounder the Act pow before charligator' May 4, fi 0. .:' I .

Spencer S. Benedict, (Benedict & Rockwell, Importers Congress when the same shall have passed and
ring about in tie South the same state ot
3' TRIJE HER--I-M.-The uheelmanpf of Hardware.) 81 Pearl-street. become a law for the moderate sum of FIVE Admhi. lYo.ler..: < ,. (
j"gs vLich they prouounce insupportable in steamboat (iriffith Curtis Oils-1 .111V.Lter-strt ft. .
. the-ecent-ijl: fated ; Cyrus *, _, DOLLARS fur each when.obtained.. '
I 'lo.-& i"el..txl'.lTAn \vho-e steadines- evi-rything dtpnn.ded Dauiel S. Miller. [Dater, Miller & Co. Shippers 'Tbe object of this noticeis to give 'claimantsnn \k.J.L.P rsonfndebted to the estate ofJosephVaughtjUte'bf I
on : t am county deceased '
161 Front-stree' I !
4rt awl Grocersj] opportunity of procuringwarrplts at the
was told 10 stay nt h'> post. HiRttTM -* Goods are requested to make immediate payment to !
, DlC \'ERY.-A most important William B irton, [Grant Barton Dry ,] least possible expense. \

oil. vYery h4 beta mote in gold rvfiuiug t'y Answer was (heard aloud above 125 Williim-street. i Those wishing to secure the services of the the 1ndemgn' ,and those having claims against! i\

fD' :eb'rt. McCutluch, no*: 1roiessoru.L'a1u- the iiirn-anng tumuli. "i 1 wilj." William Coxe Dusenbury, [Wooiward & DnHeubury undersigned, will call aVhis office, or address the estate are hereby:notified ,jU> present theja -. ." |

,IPruIO jpby in 1'riucetuu College, -ud late And a* sternly did he. do his duty j fvf Commercial Agents.:] 45 William-st. him by letter, and prompt ate tion will be,given ,- will within b3'the time in bar prescribe their by law, or.!.this notice' x 1} .
t.r LT.8 Metier anJ liefiutr at he fuil id Ipuilhj. to their claims. PHILIP FRASER:, plead of recovery j-
it1.tie 1 Isnw him aft ei wards a* the Loal :trurkwhili' this Com- MELTO.HATKES. t
Io Hiving: issued ovei 5,300 policies} f
a communication of wbicu: we nave Attorney at lair. "
-, "ol UescTver the aunes'er: lash I";; death all id now established ou u firm basis. F. Administratcf i t' -: I IJacksouTflleJanelstlSSQ.
a copy, he states he has a pin Jacksonville,E. July 20,1850. 6t '
14i 'quick auii ecouoinioul inetaoJ, ut'iefiaiug"jemifrrousand round, still with hi* han.l on the wheel The insured are the only Stockholders, and fit : rNotice

i ill other gold bullion,*wtJereb.Y his clothes on (fire! Thus nobly did all. the profits are divided:iimuajly .? : -
Certificates dividend are)issued annuallyto IN .Cl lTSURr FOR DUYALCOUNTY, : j:.
CEOrkuiiy uc done iu uneblf the euLIf. '
.an.J a Lre biving effected in interest pre Ul3theiuou0t he perish" like n .;.ern-nt Iris ppsiin the parties placed at their credit ,pnxtheBuoks !. EASTERN 'CIRCUIT OF. FLORIDA.. Exec, 4fstratorsj and Guar ; ': : > i .
/ .l his name Iiyi forever It i is"Richaril the and such an d' f ALL :who I J
which is carr:u>ly retiaed, anJlorthj may of Company 1 If .Cp Aup1. ; have not ,Jgled l their an U /
", .:blr" useufiha Jei>Jiitor or from iMann, of Lower Sandtsky0 .,- addition to the su.u insured bearing intenstat ( ( .. accounts for the present ye r, are'hereby.nctified ., [
Thomas O. Holmes ) -
in cash. ,;
payable ,
D4, tre.surv iiy advances for btsaucoaituodiiUon" HX percent per annum i ,that if they 4o not forthwith come forward : >
: -V8rBillorTorCicloanre.: '
: .
OrSr. e writu adJII dream of'the Ou insurances for the whole term Life,premiums --- and present them for settlement,as they are rftr .
: wildest Y _
Nothing in the dollars Blanchard, &;Jidejr.? ) _; ,
to mtyuttheoptionof -
.,,. 'La would when amounting fifty qa red btatuIeto do, the penakyofhe1av'
11._ Ue Lbtr&udmatej4thjn3wmetho.l about ooe.b ttf of the cost required by novelist or poet$-no'.hii; gin i he delirium the"neured, be paid wholjy iucish I I ;T;.ha vine. been said made Court,to ap-by 4aYto will be rigidlyenforced; against them.r -
the of
: this devotion ; cent. of the, .amount remain. Judge that.EwoiyEider, : '
f .
. *' of the battle field surpasses or forty per ; ; ,ELIX.LIVINGST-oN1.
proce&s the
now used in mIni 01 ib4; one of the defendantsjn jthe above entitled,case v; _
: ;
Itf, .tteoJ .1ut '. ou ere lit in their*>wn notes paying ..uteretatlii ., : ; _:Judge Probate Dora County... .? .5-
= tez tIO .hat the charge to eiitor. to re.-i.les but oi said Circuit.. .to.wit;,in the., 'StateofNetrYork. : '
ce t.luatirance J4,18:2 .
fining, which now U as by Ltw JirtCieJ, per expedient- : ; V7u -- : nt -
T' the ncitial o-ibt i her\ofj; may be c-nsid- THE Stut.'u& CHIKF UILD CAT.- on t\le Lire is tbe.\nJ1' :thtfworfytf- -4 that: cete .mI 'h' : : : :'.- r '
illat daltEmor1..n .
the Natural Protector_ ;: .
income of "
1 J the i ----i: b -. -
perpetuate .
, : ..
:: Tbe.pparat required is 1'ssnd Theifcn Ant..nioV elite.rn Texan, of t1 UoappeaV and answer the paid bill. ,

"t':,: Iy. more compact Uun'thal used ia eitutlie thf 6ih nit. says : ;; -aner. death.substantial. To solace him auc1.tbQl'c'be:1ote..1'.or eve.) for e:v..n.A!:1 of complaint within'four month*, otherwise' the ;.4aluab Tract oflaiinfle4 the "Hom. \ 1- j

ht;': or methods now employed The*dv nf".1 hundred Indiana .l (era a Lim- said.; Complainants. 'bill shaU.b.e. takes. Fo- con> -.t' TflttebtWMn1bT7O! ": '
There-are even. or eight mAD foreseeth,the evil and .hidelh ,' -- v '-- -! *, and lit .
prudent ? -
that the.:plantation of IJenryB ] '
respect to space are such probably rebS .;.: : -
be encamped on the Llatrio, _umler. I SJtmifurtser < '- on the.St. Johns Ever containingTwoHuaj ,.-.
tIt etunttamtteh work as ut present nwy the adnntagt'landrat.e ordered;\tfrt .thisjprder b,ain pubhshed ,
: uH
u the fcx.ue building. In the mintit PhilTPW the command of W.ild Gaf.' the 'S :1i.1 1uole .-. TV Perso.Dsan learn of4ie Agents of ,Newspaper: priijte at;JacksonvUle dred acres,more orless.v :::;i; '.'.. '. :- J'. ;":. i..
from ; c
i month refined 'd Seni *.f-Iu$aranc any a'week'for:.four monthiB F.ort8Z'.1J13&c.applTto o"K: ': _:
810,000,000 per may chief they < of : tobe Duval C9.\Jutlonce ; .
aye CQmp"s : "*
tboumofi would 1 covet _. j : the 3eapany:personaUy, or byapniphIet, ,. .t -- >- ,'-- i DOUGLAS :. Sp..cOOPW' dii C".. ;
QOQ believe ; : THOMA -
and Taujcawah'sThis ,
m inoles.l-ip Wwher of tLCUZ.- .' ,1 'r S ...." .. .. ,-. i.itrntcr' '
hail .: ,' : "
.c0tOfLhe aitertin&8i4 apparatus rel : : ,I"' t.r.,, rAtJ".1. \ -'- ;.1..:: S \: e.fv: "t""J
: McROBERi.BAKEB t-t ""'3 I .
party loilians, have nsfemblcdfor ; .1. ,... Jg172Oth,18OJ- ,.-.: .::.: '.: : '. m ': ..i J&ccniIIe,7uIJ L"tr. } '; : : -f
l .of ': : p.. : : j.,'-' ', ;, j cr.p"''' ; ',. '
; making .I.t..
e nlue ocqcu a dbcoT r" Is hardly to I the ostensible; purpose "< '- --' : '
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wo to the lite :revolutions and counter' of 18 I n thd tinmedtale f.Ticinity'. r. ,1D ine it.te11 bega Co. ".

revolutions among the &tionsofEurope, which the extended, patronace which'haatitherto. .l mOlt,Import t public Institutions,the bestand 2er comp1&iDta left her nd-
(f' ,; most'fashionable placesrof business; and.theattractive ral bottles she : "
have followed each other in such quick succes- been bestowed UpOnVthiLWe1IkflOW1etab." It..ret d. IS'
lion,'b.n 1 of whl h"the end is not yet? the leading lishment.. In order the better to merit it they -public Squares of the,city. In the, dull fever; Diiitib A ue; Inter .c silth ught'ltinfghtdo J! IOOCI
: periodicals Great Britain have become have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the important requisites of,ligH and, ventilation,'. 'SheUle\f a Zl1m 1)erotnmtd1ea) t
and : .to two principal.objects aImed at,in the.recent en V no good> previously., iS SS
: invested with a degree interest hitherto un- building, adopted many improvements of this all itte var tisjotjns of ;
known. They occupy a middle ground between promote the health and comfort of their guests. largement ;,,and thorough improvement ; 'WZKUm: : gj V
the hasty,disjointed, and necessarily'imperfect The old friends of the house will certainly. House, it is .'not exceeded i perhaps. ,J by any,esStablihnient1n"Am BilioixsJDiseases .. *. ". -' ,w J
and the elaborate deem it that the table will be Under n1 ii. 'To athngers, theref. IOTflE
records of the newspapers, advantage : : : The SPM '!, '". """ .. '. .,. ._ 'Ib1, : *: : 'j '1
fore its pecu1iariy'deSirsble.
and ponderous treatises to be furnishedby superintendence of an experienced position Js ,. GREAT. FEM : :
andthe ''
the historian at a future day. Whoever Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves Subcriber.returns.thankst to his friends DL TOWli Uxr8 'JIE ; '
shall be rivalled Hotel in the pablio for the:liberal1 patronage they have SAIJA'A"1 4'li 1
reads these periodicals obtains a correct and they not by any : and speedy i cure'for
I V connected account of all the important political South, being now enabled by the constant steam extended to him,and assures them.that he,will : i I for the'general b1 ip ei V

events of the! old worlds as they occur, and communication with Savannah and Charlestonto endeavor,to merit a continuance of their favors. matter; hetherth P1'Ol1ratioJ- St;ct '
? V learns the various conclusions drawn from them have the advantage of the fine V markets of A. 'GLASS. AN'ENTIR t.Y yEGETABLEyCOMPOUNI: ). or cause? O(,
prtduc 4'Nohlngcin
by the leading spirits of the age. The American those Cities. In addition they bring to the business June 291850. 3m_ THIS MEDICINE.was prepared by,a regular acdde, t. ,. V ***sS3a:"

V 4. Publishers therefore deem it proper to call an experience of; many years, which will i B. H. HElD & CO. V ician,and is the result of an extensive ( beonesn.tvigoratlng.effects T i>*
renewed attention to the works they republish enable them to judge better the means of attending leas' practice ofseveral years 'in'a:bilious"climate : :
I SSRS.IR. UU. having )i
R. REID & on 'the'l
V I and the very low prices at which they are offered to the wants of thosewho, visit the mild M ,Wharfand the buildings attached, Those who have usedit, themselves,' or sons all weakness V um.a .
p V to subscribers. The following ia their climate of Florida, for the purposes of healthor ed the in connection, with their seen its salutary .Affects upon o hers.;need no at'once become ro and'1asdtud'i; ***
; list, "fiz: pleasure.THE are now prepared HARDWAREAND farther evidence of its great value ,The health .V itsinfluence. It immediacy! &- l#
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, INCREASING reputation which the climate MISCELLANEOUS GOOD ESTABLISHMENT of thousands has been perfectly restored by nervelessnesrofthe ccutt11.V !

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW of Florida possesses in the estimation of this medicine, when all other remedies' have cause of female ;ib V
COMMISSION great barrenness.
:: the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand to do a-GENERAL failed., Its operation is not simply to suspendthe It will : NORTH BRITISH REVIEW BUSThIESS.Theircharges : no_ be :t
other diseases has induced a but. orJ1 ID
0 pulmonary ; disease for time to purify the
a system delicate
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, vast increase of travel to this State, during the are established the Savannah : and restore it to! sound and perfect health.A performed a nature but ,tOU) b t "

i AND fall and winter months, of those who seek the I rates. small Treatise en the "causes, treatment We can as3areVtiiVVtl
; hundreds
V f BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGU MAGAZINE. relief afforded and in I They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail ot cases have eDjj
by & atmosphere,- and cure of fever and ague and other diseases of I DR.TOWNSEND ffli"
I The above Periodicals are reprinted in New I view of this fact, the subscribers have'determined Steamers at this place, and are now enabled bilious climates may be had gratis of the un- : My: wife
: York, immediately on their arrival by the British that their exertions to merit the patronage ., to offer every facility to Merchant, Planter dersigned. by weakness and gwen

o steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on fine which slfall be bestowed upon them shall be and the Public generally. V .Also, numerous certificates i from men of the suffering continually 7' ajt, I

1 white paper,and are faithful copies of the originals without regard to toil or expense. ,, Goods consigned to their care will be received highest respectability, testifying ,to the great medicine difficulties Las; and bAvivgknonj._ Vi
Blackwood's Magazine being an exact (ae- BUFFINGTON & COX. and forwarded with despatch. effected great! 4
efficacy of this medicine can be seen on application eurta'i1a
V it
edition. Their Store Office and Warehouse situated hearing recommended for such
\ .imil of Edinburgh Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849 tf to c_4.J
j In these periodicals are contained the views, fj- The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah convenient to the Wharf. T. O. HOLMES & CO. described, I obtained a bottle oft
: V moderately, though clearly and firmly expres- Georgian will please copy the above Palatka, St.John's River, E.F., January 13, I Sareaparilla and followed the, 'clmti
sed, of the three great p1rties in England-To- until forbid. 1849. ly .A.gentsjor Jacksonville and Vicinity. gave me. 'In a short period it Z'en.OTMltr' ._
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t Jacksonville.Feb. 24. 1849. 6m plaints and restored hereto
and Uadicallackwood" and the lealtLm ;
ry, Whig Received Brig Egyptian, 11 ,. I
t "London Quarterly* are Tory; the "EdinburghReview" Just from New York, a choice ofprovisions TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful for the benefits she mJhri N
and the "Westminster Review"fciberal Notice. pleasure In thus acknowledging todil
: Whig; weeks after date I shall to the consisting of SA RSAPARILLA.This .it _
t The "North British Review" owes its SIX apply mending it to the public. ,'. |
; establishment to the last great ecclesiastical i, Hon. Judge of Probate of Hillsborough Flour, Bacon, Pork, Hams, Butter Extract is put up in quart Z'ottle-itis M. MOORE, cor.otGrand &1-1d1t

; V movement in Scotland and is not ultra in its county, for letters of Administration on the Es- Lard Cheese Sugar Coffee six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior AlbanyAug. '1844. .. ITO ,
views on any one of the grand departments oft ate of George S. Payne, late of said county, to any sold. It cures diseases without MOTHERS AND MARRlEDrj.This .

tuman knowledge; it was originally edited by deed. JOHN DARLING. Dried Apples, Peaches, &c., &c. vomiting, purging,sickening or debilitating the patient /
t! Chalmers, and now, since his death is con- Tampa, Fla., mar650. -- Also ,and is particularly adapted for a ly xtrnctofsarsaparillahaabfQ.j V
female c&
d his son-in-law Dr. Hanna associated Notice. FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The No female who has
I by Law Oil reason to
Paint White
Hay, Lamp Oil,, great beauty and of this Sar suppose,
With Sir David Brewster. literary: charac- JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. superiority pre chiug that critial period-CCthe t1
,I ter is of the very highest order. The "West- HAVING left the State for California I Lead, Glass, &c., $*c. saporilla over all other remedies is, it eradicates should neglect to take itas it is lil..

minster," though rey'inted under that title only, transferred my basinets to Col. all of which is offered for sale at the lowest disease, it invigorates the ventive for any of the ntunexonV bdhii ertii

: is: published in England under the title of the Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with cash prices, by body, consumption cured, diseases to which females are 1U1I.Je4. ,
"Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it being :Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to JOSEPH FINEGAN cleanse and strengthen, time life. This period may bedjj l'

: in fact a union of the two Reviews former a close. V May 18, 1850. tfpANAMA consumption can be cured, several years by using this,medicine, j., .
V Iy published and reprinted under seperate ti- The Militia claims in my charge wilt'be attended bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, less valuable for those who ale .or

tles. It has, therefore, the advantage by this to by myself, in conuection with Col. AND BICE STRAW HATS colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spit: womanhood, as it is calculated to isatstel appj. < ,

: co mbi action: uniting in one work the best featured Spencer, and CoL Charles E. Strain: :: of'W us'u- ; ting blood,sorenessin the chest, by quickening the blood and invin .-' t l

of both as heretofore issued. ington,aud every effort made, by jointly to hectic flush, night sweats,difficult system. Indeed,this medWneis iwwauafd 1
all the above works Ladies' Bonnets; Bonnet Trimmings; | or profuse cxpecc all the diseases
Four copies of any or prosecute them to a successful result. I haveno which women are wljed' .
will be sent to one address on payment: of the reg- authority to collect the money due on these Stationary of every description; toration and pain It braces the whole sys em. reanrigJbJ t'

ular subscription for three-the fourth copy claims, as I have always preferred to have what- .... A general assortment of Boots and Shces. in the side,&oV ently the natural energies-by.' t
being gratis. ever money may be appropriated placed in the Just received, and for sale, at reduced have and impurities of the body-not so faig1gt :::'

V TERMS. hands of a local paymaster, such as the parties prices at the store of can becured. the system as to produce a Butteqtitttfdi'j '

For any one of the four Reviews, $3,00 per a'm interested may select, after the i act of their re V WM. P. DEWEES. tion, which is the case of most me fat ':
V For two do 5.00" lief. GREGORY YALE. April 20. tf Probably therp'never was a remedy that has for female weakness and disease. .. .
For any three do. 7,00"For August 28, 1849. i tf been so successful in desperate cases of consump. DISEASE OF THE HEART V JDl. ,:
any I Land for Sale tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TURE AND '
all four Reviews, 8,00"FlJr DROPS ,
Blackwood's Magazine, 3,00" School Boobs. e& FOR SALE, oetweep nine and ten thou system and appears to heal the ulcers oit ihe NEW Y02KJu11 22,1I: ..

For Blackwood; and three Reviews 9,00 Towns Spelling Book, Kirktam's Grammar, c.sand: acres of Land, situated in Nassau lungs, and the patients gradually regain their Da. TOWWSEND-Dear Sir: iYVif ,
For Blackwood and four Reviews. 10,00 Blake's Rhetoric, Clarks!' Grammar, County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease of the iel1 ;

V to be made in all cases in advance. Abercroinbie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing, Mary's Rivers, being portion the Waterman CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for over fifUtaw s V
4. Payments. CLUBBING. Scholars Companion, do Chemistry, Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. file'lain

: Remittances and communications should Davies's First Lesson, d) Zoology, land, conveniently situated upon water courses, number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness ofbreath and gmt t
,, .fI addressed franked to do School Arithd.> Treasury of with the exception of about five hundred acres cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparillo. tering of the heart,which has been 'ttift V s
fce always post-paid or metic, Knowledge, of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's The following was recently received: tressing, and has frequently beettht,

t', the publishers.LEONARD SCOTT & CO. V do Algebra, dd Physiology, River. The whole or any portion will be sold DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. The rupture 1t'as'C yVbs'V
79 FULTON STREET New York, do Elem Geometry, Burritt's Geography cheap for cash Apply to three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost eTey rmedk
:- Entrance 54 Gold st Lincoln's Botany, and ttlas, WILLIAM HICKMAN. debility, and nervous consumption of the last such castS with but little! benefit 'thQ'
Mitchell Geography & I Hedgei Logic; Jacksonville Mirch 17 1849. tf stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three bo tits of ctVUj ?

mw 1 m A1IJmAN"Jr2 Atlas, Little Speaker, all. After going through .a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved cULt .

Parker's First Lessons, Wilhrd's! U. States, New Books New Books under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture has ikctt t

:! do School Philos- I Chamber's; Geology, TUST Received and for sale by the subscritl regular physicians and members of the I tirely disappeared."l..- ,
f BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD ophy, Parker's Rhet Reader, ber- Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, axd'rat* '

V SALOON, &c. and a variety of French School Books, THE CRATER, or TULCANJS PEAK, and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had toideatb.tsjeTibe ."
For sale by A Tale of the Pacific by J. Fennimore Cooper. to regain my health,and after reading so benefited, os she had such a cuspIL*.
V A. M. REED. Price 50 cents. in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- of diseases. But it has,as strange ci i it sajr

V SUBSCRIBER has just opened on BAY Jasksonville, Feb. 2, 1850. tf THE RAID OF G OMEZ.-25 cents. ved to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy Imnt
THE North side, one door from the THE FATAL ERROR, done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange utoif

corner of LIBERTY street, a RESTAURANT, By the Countess of Blcssin ton.-2:; cents. your office; with your advice L kept on, and do !. almost like fiction, but it is,'nevertheless L I
BOWLING ALLEY, and lilLLIAKD SALOON. NOTICE. THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, most heartily thank you foryour advice. I per- reality. Your Sarsaparilla is cert:iily 11

The establisnment has been fitted up entirelynew \\: have appointed T. O.HOWEsour Gen- A Tale of the Mexican lVar,-25 cents.] severe in taking tbeSarsaparilla,and have been liable-medicine, and should be usedfynL
and is open for the reception visiatosr V t eral Agent and Attorney to settle any THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN.A able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering we have bets. If t]
the usual hours. anthill business the name of Palmer&Ferris. Romance of the last Revolution in Peru -25 cts. four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are at "" t
The Bar To collect and receive all debts die the firm of CHARLES D \ :AAL. and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demc_.

HAS been supplied with the choicest liquors. Palmer & Ferris, by Bond-Mortgage-Note Jacksonville Sep. 1, 1849. tf helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectful1Y1 '
beverages to salt every palate: will or otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased. knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. TOWSEBJss*4|
; be prepared! with despatch. The delicacies of i All persons having demands against Palmer Orange, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847.
: the season will be at all times suppliedOys &Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased, will pre Jacksonville Female Institute.f State of New Jersey, Essex County];;.-Chas. DYS'PEPSY.N.

ters, Partridges, Venison Steaks, &c., served at sent the same to T* 0. Holmes for payment, and lHE Committee of Direction have adopted Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on B. Purchase none bntsucbuhth
i all hours, and on the shortest notice. all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da JL the following regulation. his oath saith, thU the foregoing statement is ers that hide the bottle completely lad

; The Bilinrd TableHAS rius Ferris,are requested to call on T. O.Holmes The scholastic year is to consist of four terms true,according the best of his knowledge and the written signature ofS.P.10T\NSE5I.,

i been imported expressly for the House for settlement and make payment of el vAn weeks each. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. Principal Office, 126 Fulton-8t.S

is of the most beautiful; construe SARAH P. FJ5RRIS, Orthography reading, writing and arithmetic Sworn and subscribed to before meat Orange, N. Y.; Redding & co.8 State-st. .Eosti*;1

f: tion, with air and India rubber cushions, Adra'x.of D.FERRIS dec. per term, :$4,00.i The above with English the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, & SOLS, 132 North Second-fit, :Pinladejtii_ .;|

TkeB.fvtingPin-atid Ball DAVID PALMER. grammar and Geography, per term 500. The Justice of the Peace] S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Durol: ft i

also just from the workman, and every Jacksonville Jan. 1st 1850. tfMAGNIFIcENTLOTTEgY above with the higher branches of an English Richmond; P. M. Ohen, Charlestcn1; V
V ARE for the entertainment and educationembracingAlgebraGeome'try.History, TKO CHILDREN SA VED. &co. 151 hartres-st. New Orleans: 105! .

comfort of guests has been provided. : natural, mental and moral Philosphy, -Botany. Very few families indeed-'in fact we have Pearl-st.Albaay R.Van Buckirk.2W.w, |
I _
Chemistry,GeologyAstronomy, Rhetoric;Logic not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's Market and Broad-sts.Newark, N.J.EI,:..
; *** I cordially invite the public to call at One grand Oapiiaf of and Evidences of Christianity, per term $6,001 Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past principal Dmggists and Merc1lant.fen;

; .' this Establishment, assuring them that I shall S 100IOOO-alsoJJOIOOO-S30,000.S: Each quarter to be paid to Treasurer: in ad summer, while those that did not sickened and throughout the United States, West India J

pare no effort to contribute to tbeii recreation And 250 prizes of$2,000. vance. died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive the Canadas. A. M. REEDLAtVV

GEORGE SKIFF VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, The scholars will be under the carefulin&truc- evidence of its value, and is only anoth Jacksonville,J .

: Jacksonville,February 161849. ly For the benefit of Mononzalia... Academv.__ _. tion of an experienced female teacher. instance of its saving the lives of children: February 261848. ::11' :
n Provision has been.made for instruction in DK. TowNSEflD-Dear Sir: I had two chil-
JACK80NVII.J. Class D for 1850. French and and Mutfor GOODS AY REDUCED PJut
V ,Painting Drawing dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer At Ihe JacIuonviUc Stuff
CHEAP STORE. ro be drawn at Alexandria, Va, on,Saturday I & which additional charges wili be made. complaint and dysentery ; one
; April 21, 1850, under the superintendence The first term commences on the 8th ofOcto- : ,months old and the other 3 years. They';were SUBSCRIBER just rwelnjl
i r *.wUb'. Brick Building next. much reduced and THE
of Commissioners. qer very we expected they would the following article, wncs*
j BAY STREET.00 Applications for admission are to bo made to die; ..they'were given up. by two respectable fers at prices. that'cannot fail to wit _"v
W. MAFJBY & (Jo. '
Blnangers he Committee of Direction.CoUUTTZZ. physicians. When the doctor informed us that sera V
V V THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in- 78 V number lottery-13 drawn ballots. or DANIEL-DiRECnow. we 'must lose them,we'resolved to try your Printed\lnslinsfrom. .! I ,ISH VV !..'. .
J. M.
\) the citizens Jacksonville and surrounding SPLENDID SCBEUE. Banaparilla we had heard so much of, but had Polka do V at 42XVV

country that he has opene4 the above 1 magnificent capital of $100,000' Dr.H. HOLLAND little ;oonfidence, there being'so much stuff advertised White Plain andFig do., from '15 _.M'
: establishment 'witk a view to sell goods at reasonable A.n REED. that is worthless but V
1 splendid prize of 50,000 : we are very Ginghams, V- .. 18tO37
t I V rates, believing that a nimble penny is 1 do. *' t30,000 TREASURER. thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved, Calicos of the Latf s' Style, 10 i*
better than a slow shilling." He has received, 1 do V 20,000 Rev. SWART, the lives of both. I write this that others may Linen Cbambcrayp, it 20

and is constantly receiving, the most fashionable 1 do 15,000 Jacksonville July, 49. be induced use it. Yours,rellpectf lb'. Figured Laces, 18tO7
and latest style of Fancy and Staple Dry I do 11,556 VV PUBLIC NOTIVB. T JOHN: WILSON, Jr. L. C. Handkerchiefs, i H. 124 tO V

V Goods, to 'witEnglish :- 30 do.. V 3,000 BOOKS, subscription to the capital .Myrtle-avenue. ,Brooklyn, Sept.151847. Linen Drills,.. 'u 31O
and American Prints; Ginghams ; 250 do lowest 3-number THE JO!
( prizes) 2,000 of the Atlantic andOulf Rail Road LUNATIC ASYLUM Vestings, -
White and Colored Muslins
Chambrays; ; 65 prizes of .' 500 will be in the Silk and Lisle ThreidGloves 12 tI.
V James
'. Embroidered Muslins Linen Lawns; Company; opened City ot St. Augustine Cummit gs,'Es'q'.one;ofthe Assistants V
V r V Silk Tissue aniBareze: ; ; L.Handkerchiefs 64 do. .3O0 at the office,'of Wm. A. Forward, Esq, in the Lunatic:Ayslnm;Blackwell' the : A' fine assortment Edgings and tat
65 do 200 at nine o'clock A. M the 5th every price with_many other srtidisiDry i
Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs ,on Tuesday day gentleman spoken of in the following letter '
; .
: V Cotton Gloves; Lisle,Spun Silk and Silk da 65 do. .160 September next, and,will be continued open V < R1fEUM Tl M... Goods-V line lately received.V A tIIU.,
V White and Colored Hose 4,810 do. 80 until the whole stock is taken. This is only one"of, more than four thousand cited.May WM"P' '< ,!
V "Hair-Hose.; 27,040 do 40 i In behalf the Commissioners, + oases -of rheumatism 'that Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla 18, 18501 U. V V

Brown SblrtlngsVandSheetings; ; Tickets $40-Halves f 20,-Quarters $10- D..'L. YULEE. : 'has 'cured-The most; severe' and -ISUAILDitti:' .

I Bleached Eighths $5. V August 25, 1849. tf chronic,cases are weekly 'eradicated by its SUBSCRIBER WOnldVre5M1
Price of certificates of packages, in the above V traordinary virtues eX-I form his friends an4 puNic
: !
V Irish.Linens; Silk Cravats; Colored do.; Scheme Notice : V \ ,
Table Damasks Scotch Diaper Magnificent ,as follows: BLACKWEU-'sIstJiKp Sept,14w that.he has prepared. a.few, rooms, iaJ
; ; A certificate of package of 26 whole rriHE subscriber wishes to hire : 1847.
Swiss and Cambrio Muslins; ., : by the year Da. TowNSKro-Dear Sir: I have suffered ling house! on Pine-street, for the ,
Bared do.. Striped do.. V V tickets $500 00 JL i from 1st January next, three or four terribly for nine years withrtthe rheumatism- tion of travellers, and solicits the pAfl
White and Colored Berlin Cords Do do 26 halves 25000 good negro men to work in his steam saw mill in considerable of the time I could not eat' ; those who may happen to..visit JscbontiDtJ
; sleep
Trimmings, of every description; Do Do do do 26quarters 125 00 his place, for which liberal wages V for the year or work; I had the most distressing pains, ,and busineSs,' pleasure or health. The bniiw"
26 V
eighths ,6250 will be given.
my limbs) were terribly anew .one and has been reCeUtIYV:Cfl
French extracts swollen.
Cologne; ; A certificate of of wholes Ihaveused, ...
a package will enti- JAS. B.
V CoLE1 four bottles of Invalids ean be furnished with;rooma
Pearl Gilt and Bone Buttons your Sarsaparilla.and have
; tie the holder to all over $442 nett that be V C. Fla Dec 1 they j
Garey's 1849.
FerryJD. .
Coates: anti Lee's Spool Cotton; drawn the may tlj.flASTINGs.coMpoUNb done me more than one thousand dollars worth without fireplacedand becerUiawJj
Mosquito Netting; by twenty.aiztickets, d.therellqertificates of good-lam s&much' better "'IndeedIamentirely ; every attention paid to their comlbrk 'BW
halves;'quarters, and eighths in SYKUP OF relieved. You 'provided for.travellers from the eeailfl
Fringe,Gimpe, and Elging, $ion. V are ;at :liberty to ,use
propo this for the benefit of the I The terms:will be exceedingly mcdertttWAI.
With of Goods afflicted.
every variety usually kept in a V ', _
This splendid scheme is of the "A'cure Consumption Decline Asthma and V V
; at ,. .
Yours S.,DJactsonTiller
respectfully ,
Dry.Goods Store. Persons wishing to purchase JAMESjfnMMlNGS V ..
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tractive all diseases
ever drawn iu the United States and of the Chest and Lungs, '
will do well to call and examine for themselves. -- _1 COULD NOT WALK: :%: ? Dec.224184P..
well worthy of.the attention of For sale A. M.' REED. V "
adventurers.The .- : by That Dr.Townseud's ,: ,
WILLIAM P. DEWEES. : }Sarsaparilla fc the v* V V- \
prize that be draw 'a
I April 20th, 1850. ly "'it can by ticket Feb.2,1850., V VV V V ry best remedy for female' cpmplainfcithere is V i'V'V :Notke4VV :'!,' :
having on three .of the drawn numbers is '

.:: 1' V'P NOTICE. $2,000.V Orders fortlcteta. V and" shares and, certificates V V V V V ())mr JP>J 1N[ 1I l'(V VV V.' V: weak no disputing and debilitated.female thousands andthousands*'that1 werepristratedi of.- t SIX< -months and after vonchers date I' shall s th.IJ\O;

I V SIX weeks: after date I shall apply to the of packages the above magnificent scheme VVodt UiI iJpiIifl.V byfhdse;diseases"taihichfemalesaref : ; V fthe Estate'of Joshua B.BogiU&o.;

a V Judge of Probate, cf Hillaborongb will be promptly attended to,and an account of :a4TLY.,_ BXKCUTKO',AT''THIS orprci.: W:ctrwere Boon* .in- -;:the enjoyment robust :Judge of Probate. of Columbia(CoU1lt1', Vi
:; j V County State of Florida, for Letters; of Admin. the drawing will '' ; V V VVV I shall at the tame time apply to said .

', f stratlonontheEst&teofjohnS.Jzuneslateof over to.all,who may besent1mmedIateiyaftr order tickets i us. its*4> '! H UFELANDJS 'Compound Ethereal,Syrm : Dz: = -y' 'New YORK.:,'S pt..23,18471; 4' :discharge from said; administration of* 2

} ; I V? V aid County, deceased. LddnessV ,J. & C. MAURf Agent ,. V of.., Tar.,, an immediate Cough'. Cure : ,V- TowszNfle >Sfr> 'My wife'has.for, V All persons interested arederired to f .
I V 1 : ; V ., ': MARGiRET CJ! JAMES VV ," AlezaidIii. ,, .* For sale by, '' VV?. VrA.' M. BE IIU."" the last yearbeen>Tery,sick and a'greatly rESTHER. : V VV
: Twnp Bar, July 6. 1830. j ',..V. 'fr"'50. .... ',.,-, V <\" VFebrnar1 Peb2jt80J' tf wduced.;,Jtatejof health,' bei|gredttOBdfb> tof : ;- -' v" ;' ..j.. --,.-1'; ?:" ,. ''

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