The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: May 2, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Element Bpetthe er!DmifUl Webster man who being called upon to fcpeak after preaching: contesti .1hat,-their commander 'wn '7>w 'Wild. 'C ,t, th."..ilnol: Cfcl." '. "ij r- ;;:: L

and ta. BrltUfe,fltalittr. the great Mr. Burke said that the only wayto sent to the American commander, summoning We
We find in the Baltimore, t-dmfrican the satisfy his audience and cquit himself i him to su rrender'at discretion. Did gentlemen from Hunt's ;.Magazine for The; 'of nit. (_Ark.) herald. of' the. 2d the father of tt*jbusian race, 1r.-

speeches and toasts given at the'I late ar.nnal handsomely of his task waft by exclaiming, remember the answer that was returned March. It is a regular and:'onize4 mot : says : gardener. He had bo.rtrt'a stra g*

dinner of the Maryland Historical i Society, 'Gentlemen, I beg to say ditto to the illustrious to this summons! They ought to'do so.- I suit at Key West-a useful necessary par, We learn from a gentleman who has been propensity for tasting ta&jripolesome fraict

orator who has just sat down. This It would live in their history.. If.he (Sir,H. and sometimes a profitable one. It was a among the Seminoles for several weeks, which produced very injcr&Q. :efiecia botiir.

on the occasion of the anniversary of the would suit him especially: ; for his very profession Bulwer) remembered rightly, it ran thus : 'wrecker probably, who invented the saying that Wild Cat, and a few followers, have upon himself and bis bjflNoahwuashipwzihtkn4!, __

landing of the Maryland l'i1iiis.' Having was that of silence; nevertheless "Head-quarters near Buena Vista, Feb. -It is an ill wind th ,blows noboy." any !left .the-'8 minole country, and are*now, it : ...;:

been toasted Mr. Webster replied :' there was one feeling that he would not I I 22.-Sir In reply to your note of this date, good. It has been' very usal to is supposed between the Brazos and Coloradotrifers. man;and he navigated the wfccfc [earth ,ia hark .
omit to allow the associate with the on their the got half "seas oter* [in hit TiDerd
well Mr. President, how give utterance to, nor even summoning me to surrender my forces at wrecker's occupation, way to Mexican .
"I cannot fay, and &e eloquence of his friend, the Senator of Massachusetts discretion I beg leave to I decline acceding ideas of dilhonety"c bad territory. Previous to his leaving he held fa i ijj; ,I .

much I am for obliged the to you civil an3 kind gentlemen toast to express for him; namely, the to;your request. I say am sir, with the faith; and they aT,hve treaher, an have talks with several of the Indian tribes aid philosopher Solomon was an arthitefci A poet. aad. ,a
present very warm and lively gratitude which he felt for obedient servant been, we doubt justly : bad produced some excitement among them ; his conduct tbtrejver, was ht
and for greatest ftn <
with which you have me, the sentiment which had just been so kindly Zachary Taylor.respect" your them, but as no, h quite imput. fo'neonsly. by his tales. : He'told them that the United always by line and rule; htjirodj the circle cf

the extremely cordial and flattering manner !. proposed; and so flatteringly received. If A letter iron Key We4qfr. States intended to remove all the. Indians in dissipation in his imaginasenaf(iaad violated,.
in which it has been received It is also This not ,but it was stout and his own ,
was poetry three maxims. i
I be bad wanted any illnstiation of the fact Hunt, dated January, states.tkatwitb t years, to a country where there was ; I .
with unfeigned pleasure that 1. have heard that the people of the United States and the sterling old Anglo Saxon prose; and it was but one or two exceptions, the wrecking. but little wood,'and a very great scarcity of The apostle Paul was atint[icaaeri aad V
friend at the lower end. of the table, followed in an Anglo-Saxon manner.- labored with his bands '
my up business for the water that it would be t :IBS vocation
people of Great Britain ought to live on past year (1849,) has been ; measured out to '
(Mr. Barney,) revive the memory of our Again there was a great victory,not this time conducted them, tbe chiefs etting'about' while endeavored to inftije into the miD
terms of the closest friendship with each Jaith and it affords a quart a
old and There are men, the day of St. Crispin, but on the birthday with.gd me of his fellow men the
friendship regard. other, he should have found such illustration I Ion great i infqjrn r that day, and the others in smaller quantities in important truths of fee-
aad jt not be assuming too'much to say I of Washington.But, did not the old you arrangements velation. While he scrtjned
may in an anecdote related to-buu' luii 'g- i bate been maJrfend entered into proportion M the rank and station of the indiyldaal.womeo. them :with
tkt I*m nn. of tKwoo who MM .- easily battle Agincourt resemble the modern bat by earthly,tabernacles from
dinner, bv his friend to the left. "I warwandering the merchants the past mouth to a.ti children'>aJy a'j ni7 jihajpeat&uv, .u,_
friends than by enemies. I tle of Buena Vista who remove one held above .
Vanamsbed by Might not they, their
The chiefs of the several tribes souls thqlrgis of divine
of the I
said that most prolific knew.1his
one day, gentleman, sources demoralization
stand somewhat of the rigor and fierceness were proud of their fathers havirig been atone protection. '
can I but _
'in the woods of Baden and lost my way, connected with it." It is sot what were,afraid to say any thing. abCat it, ij:
of opposition, but among Bach friends be as proud that hey themselves had stte and his his Mathew was a poor fishcrmxa he reEa
it is ; -
when luckily I met a strange gentleman.Now .- but fortunately it is nmov unpopularity among own people
and in such commendations I must been the other 1 He said and quished his humble
receiving at for.
had he been German yes; many In 1849, forty-six vessels and the Creeks, arose from the fact that tbe calling that of a missionary -
a a Spaniard, a went ashore
confess myself to some degree were the gentlemen who had slept quietly in on ,and toiled assidiott to
Dutchman Italian this accident wouldnot the or,were driven into the chiefs hated him because they knew that be 11 draw men
The compliment paid me by tip toist which have an I should neither have their beds atJJaltimore, on the night of the ree wrecked vessels aid por The intended to tell the people. He, however, from the fiery billows of peruiubn. .
helpeed is
has just been drank supposes a degree of me. 22d of FebrHry, who would at that moment be cargoes estimated did not intend to live tht land the Uni- Quintus Cincinnatus was! aploughman:
got back to road nor home to dinner to near $1,305OCO the of upon
in the performances of jdiirr which I my my give half their fortunes to have and was invoked to the
courage passedit ted States had for the Indians goreraisentand dic.itatorship
-but the salvage $129STOtotal appropriated ,
gentleman was an Englishman ; salvage and
but feel is too strozulysiatiil.fen, strange the side of the who expenses, of Rome.
cannot he by gallant veteran, $219,160. This is about but was going to obtain from the Mexicans, i'I i H$[
me English answers to of the
Mr.President, are courageous proportion ; gave my was then at the head of the American camp, cne-sixth for himself and followers district of Arsaces was a private mejebaaie, aad waa.
in and ,.and does not a conn-
to the magnitude of the objjci ;and the each questions other English if as of we one understood country and who now presided over Americas coun- considering that but seem for the to be uorbitt try, which he described ij the most glowingand called to found the Parthis$ Empire He
as we were '
greatness of the stake for vrhjph they are sels. by the wreckers & given favorable terms. All those who would built ups powerful nation, and erected for
contending Feeble men-men! of :sensitive we soon forget we were not. Exactly so: He should resist the temptation to one-half serhans of- thevessels remove with him, should have the himself! mausoleum of fame. -which "t- '. '-
is the law of God and pursue and would hav privilegeof --
the law of language been total
temperament, tremulous as th, leaves! upon the a subject which, notwithstanding, would loss. )living there; but if they remained behind, I destructible. ii.-.
the trees hare braved the terrors of the in- they who speak Providence same to tongue each are other's not give him the opportunity of speaking of I During the five they should never be permitted to come into I Tamerlane the conqueror <)f Asia, was I
quisition and of the faggot-tBeir faith sustaining intended by cut many friends of his, distinguished in letters years endng 1849 one the country but might die the land to i t also a mechanic; he IAgLJ Bajeztt!
and upholding then. earful men throats. If any two pe.ple in the world and arms. But tnis much he would say any seventy-nine vessels have paid which the United States intended upon removingall I and carved his way to fortojse' ad glory. '

will plunge into the sea ro safe the objectof should dwell together in peace, it was those that no success in letters or arms adding to salvage amounting t$52-6 and with expenses the Indians. H. is to return in the Massaniello, a Neapolitan was 1 1raised

their affection or pass Ihrotfjjh! the fire to who have been coupled in the toast jusgh'en. the union of the people of the United State and to $907,374. vlu of the'vel spring, and bring with him a large paper to the command df j fifty thouaad
who drawn closer was .
ecore their wives or children from destruc and were already could be a matter of indifference to the English cargoes $6,673,000.The from the Mexican Government jnen, and gave up fish I Iwesifor lines of
will be together by the very fact that it had been and he could but number of Vel engaged in the granting bayonets, and river seines for
tion. Who is there that net courageous people, riot hope that. him the country for himself and all those zs* of car
if be finds himself in an']exigency in given. He would furthermore say that if a a England would always feel an interest in wrecking busine fortyseven, with who might remove with him. It I nage: '' T,
of his I treaty of eternal peace weft to be contracted all that the of crews of and ifty men in the appears, t John of Leyden, in GermtayJ
which the safety coiintnr.may, depend ade glory to history Amer- "Various from statements made by the Indians themselves was a tailor i
And afc between these two people, there was no that would feel interestin aggregate. causes in operation and rose to the dignity of a.
upon his exertions. so a servant ca, 8 Americ an a that he has succeeded in imposing on I 'kAg. He cat
of I felt place so proper for signing and ratifying I all that added the historical says the letter, "which must lead to a diminution i for himself a bad piece ,jofi'ork however .
not new to the councils diis t.u try, then justly to glor. of the many of the Indians the truth of his state* lout | I t
on a recent occasion that the {f.exigency demanded such a treaty as that ia which could they of England. Of this he was sure, that it I which is the wrecking business of among ments,'and that a large number of them intend [I and afterwards camqjusja:: aiserable f
who the
witnesses so duly i improvement Tortugas i ,
were nor end.
something which ;migbjt Incur risk any should prove eternally true, that time first removing with him in the spnin.Wild ; ,
of censure-.something which: cight bring testify to its propriety, as a society dedicatedto reaped unto destruction those whom age and Key light is old Tbe and light-ship miserable.stationed" near Sand Cat having lost his popularity among- t Zeno, the famous bishop; 04 UCoBstaatiaj I.

opprobrium. Man, sir, has a natural life the purpose and pursuits of history. honor first ripened into maturity, if the the Seminoles and Creeks, determined who had the largest diocese in Mat country,
"I appears
and a political life,-the one to & terminatedby Ye, it was htstory which united the two beautiful idea of the great father of poetry call deem it my duty, rays tbe writer, "to to make an effort to remove to a distant I was a weaver. He directed tuV attention to t
in giving to both a common your attention to a conmon neglect of the habits of both
those natural events and Circumstances !,. people question, by should ever become applicable to their common country, and entice away as many In- soul and rodrj
which occur to all the other ,fo end either I property in things imperishable. Hence, ancestral land- ship-masters to provide tbemlve with dians as possible, and settle down where he Peter the Great, Emperor; 'of Russia

\\'i.h the natural life, or be terminated by i were gathered round their hearths the same "Le leaves on tree the nee of man found, proper Blunt have charts of this coast. The Messrs. will not have to contend with rival chiefs.- worked at ship-building! t!: {JBe learned
household deities and breathed into their f published a gcod one on a )large the Russian Bear how
; to ma&atj a boat.
those political events which tbe change of gen i youth now withering i the scale. I seldom find He is a cunning, ambitious man and is not {
in and around thefr on beard vessels wrecked -
ears infancy cradles -
age uisXWofFrancewop4ofthewatch
: best
time: and of things are ever producing. But willing to be less than the head of the tribe.
the and the other are to b&':held! valuable -i and over their biers, the same holy Thus generations, in their turn decay; on this coast, suitable bats to take out makers of his regn.flforgo| : i the
one The illustrious Alfred to whom S flourish thsee-when those a pat away." anchor in case of accidents." burdens of in
be I names. power, follow!** the light
while they are of Use-to en- Ma. CLEMENS, Senator from Alabama in
only both countries were indebted for their old If the arsenals which were, hen joyous Thus it appears that the navigators are .i footsteps of time and escapjtf t e
who them feels a fluttering! K
while he enjor* I late of the
joyed only with the hum of mariners"should I much to blame for the wrecks that a speech, spoke poor factory girlsof of .
1 in his Saxon laws; the magnanimous Elizabeth to busy long occur, as parasites, on the pinion !bf chronooH I.
that he i doing something i4il day the North
expressing to
draw's I whom both also were inlebted for thei! be silent and sbipless; if the warehouses the winds the waves, or the rocks. They great curiosity eters. ii I|;j.
and generation. When a pubne man know whether they fared in toil and food as
the Engl'sh and the Spanish: which were then with the countless are generally unprovided with charts William IV
ckJUe if he has speaking not replete pioper ofEnglandai saflor,and
of the
life in that capacity to a well as the slaves South. Miss Harriet -
the brave and William wealth of merchants, Jong be and boats. While this continues rose from the forecastle I
his anJ has language; politic empty negligence to tIe i throne. He
tiy Editress of the Lowell
to cou
duty Fancy
performed and decayed if the proud march of : it is in vain that the Offering) the
him be who, while defying the great monarch uf ; England government erect managed ship of state wibl'naatical ad
the Jj herself written
been faithful to trust in a factory girl, to the
which repos I France on the Continent, lay at home, in should ever cease to be upon the mountain I light-houses, and.statRms .ship-lights) along dress, and beat her a conaufynble way up
Atlas of Mr.
consolation Boston to
opprobrium a
has that replying portion
the recognition of the great princ'ples: of civil; waves, and the meteor flag which for a I the coast. Wrecks wi continue to occur the harbor of reform. *
take frony him. But Clemens' We from her L.
and censure can I inquiries. quote
no thousand have braved the battle and in spite of do
and religious liberty, the corner stones of years I any thing can t prevent
whether be ends his life as a nvcral or as % the breeze become but the them. Owners and letter: Luther Martin .4 Ua. Tag LaW7fti
sheet of
i every solid edifice of free Government ; (and winding masters must co-operate
political man, he ran nevertoi eMo his final be knew that he had only to mention civil renown; oft then would the bitoric1 or governmental precaotocsand providenceswill "My own room, for this night, contains a Martin was on one occasion ming to Annapolis
i in djr&nee of the I last
end too soon if be falls of America the broad avail bed, sofa, carpet, dressing table, chairs, in
and rel'g o.is liberty i it Maryland, in order to quit rivers of not a stage coach iafeiea was a
honor and the constitution of h-ktou ;ry. excite the warmest eotbuasin.: ) The great those grander regions the silent banks of The letter h the following passage : white curtains pictures, &c., and I antici- solitary companion, a young lawyer just

Mr. Pre.idrnt-Wben the Rpin* Republic. Princes and not only they; Shakespeare :hi;deserted Tuarnes there to ponder over .Key West naturally a position of, noinconsiderable pate a respectable quantity of seep.: My commencing the practice ui hw. After

in its palmiest period; wi ? threatened ani Milton. Raleigh anil Bacon. Coke and the tombs inspiration morn *h. ., importance... JL ia a strong landlady is a-widow, like her of Nam with some familiar conversation the Ijroung gentlemen '
with civil war; when arms were introduced Littleton, Newton and Locke Blake and memories of the once great in war, in politics and valuable (nWuoa a a naval 'station- her only son, also two little oephews.Tbe .- said 1 j H -

into the Senate, by person wht| had designs i Marlborougb. a'l'! thee. anJ others almost i.i eloquence and song, whose blood strong because the government is now erect with eight boarders constitute her "Sir, you have been remark a bly success

upon the freedom and stability of the Republic equally worthy of mention. though be shouldnot circulated through the veins of those who extensive Fort in ten feet water, family, though the house, with tbe usual ful in your profession-few tjiea have gained

the great orator and gr4t man of an- then enumerate them, were in their fame heard h.m.and: whose< geniou attended themin u hich will entirely command the harbor elastic capacities of these structure, can be so many cases-will you |bi omnnieate tome

liquity in addressing the Senaleun defence of and name as much the inheritance of all the Cabinet the Council Chamber, and and valuable, a it i is the only fort from made to accommodate as many more. These beginner, the secret of;.Jour wondrous

his measures, supposes the pf nius of his I there as his own were as dear and the these were gloomy! and idle Pensacola to Hampton RoaJs where a ship girls appear lady-like and intelligent.One succesel" il'; i

country to be apostrophizing* j-larcus Tul- familiar present to every American; heart, as to the thoughts, which he had oily introduced be- of war drawing twenty-two feet of water of the queries of the Senator is"whatis "I'll do it, young man on j 1 4e 1 f condiu'oa'i

lius Cicero-"What do yoadi; --yoa see heart of Englishman on the other s de cause he knew that men rarely discoveredhaw could make a harbor, and be protected in the kind and quantity of food which the I I and that is, that you defrayj'my expenses

dangers encircling the Rer/tft'Ic; you seethe of tbe Atlai.tic.every But whilst he dwelt on inucn they loved a friend, until they time of war. It is not only a sale and commodious operatives eat !" I presume he wants to during my stay of a few dqj. at Aanatl --,
of a civil war devastating Italy;; I harbor but it also know just how pounds of hoe-cake 1 .'
prospect those in whom the history of the past contemplated tbe possibility; of losing him. b several many J 13. :.t ".
and what do you do! Ate Ifou afraid of Englishmen and Americans a co-partner-gave A brighter and more real picture offered channels by which it may entered. they are allowed to stow away. I am happy "Willingly," replied the yof ngjman, hop' '

the reproaches of posterity 1 Dot if censure ship, and was proud of them, he wa proud to his eye. The glorious spectacle of two to be able to satisfy him definitely upon lug to pront greatly by the mifinnicatioal

be that whereof yon are artaiJ{tbink.\t'hich also to see that as shoots of the old tree great Mates both powerful and flourishing, (cnnlylTanl and the South. one point: for, as one of the girls assuresme The secret of my success,'! said Martin I

is most to be apprehended-$ censure incurred were transplanted they in the original the one in tbe prime of youth, and the otherin Gov. JOHSSOS, of Penns.lvia transmitted they eat as muc& as they want. I w\Ii "may be discovered ill this advice which I t
grew up
for acting with firmness, courage, form, and brought forth fruit of the the vigor of manboo Two States the a message,1aethtr resolutions give my bill of fare to-day Breakiast now give you namely: iertU every tkag I

or that for having acted with afcth and pu-ilanimity. i- original character; and for this reason he' same in origin, language, anI above al incharacter I of the Legislature of Virginia and cream toast and mince pie; there was fresh and insist upon proof." j]I' 1'f? .r' .

When Ilaly shall tielaid desolate did homage to men worthy of the ancientrace ; standing fide in Georgia relative to Norher aggressions, to biscuit and other etcetera upon the table.- On reaching Annapolis, 'Jiu her Martin '

with_ war-her cities plunderedjherdwelling! of England! and whom future history, hand, in the van of all mankind; the first the Senate and Hous Representatives at Dinner-fried sausages and cold corned beef, was not very self denying in thq) enjoyment ji'. F

on fire, can you then hope ia" escape the nevertheless, would claim as altogether whereon true glory was to be gained; justice It is.a document of great with baked potatoes, so fair and mealy thatif presented by a fine hotel. Tils substantial J t

flames of public indignation:!"I': American. Where indeed could he find in and mercy t be vindicated; commerce, Harrisbrrg.discusses the whole question' of the Senator found any as good at a Washington and general refreshments werf-- dispatched ia .

This great Union Mr. President mast old England a Senator and orator more clear eiviPzation'and religion to be spread. The Slvery. meeting the grounds of complait hotel, he was a fortunate man ; a manner quite gratifying tq,miae host.-

last through our generation b.n&ku-ough generations and concise in his logic, more copious and' pat halloaed their union; the future smiled part, of the remonstrants, \ bread pickles, and other garnsbings: were The time for return at lengtp came.. The i

yet to come. Whatever clouds may noble in bis illustration, more extensive and on it, and Heaven coul not but bless it- power and ability which mark every emanation -; not wanting. Second course of hot pan man aid Martin tood togetttr 'at the Lard

AOW overcast the political! F; hdriron, I shall I I profound in his acquirements, than the Sen- for.it was. tbe family, and had for from the mind cf Governor Johnson.- cakes and cheese. Supper-hot cakes, as and demanded their respectrv-1 bais. ,., j

live in the hope and die 10 the hope that ator and orator from New England the i its object the benefit of the world." The executive speak kindly, but firmly and light and fair as the tiny snow-drifts thei Martin's was enormoUS b *. ia glancing

such a glorious Union as* tMs'ilJ* { never I great Ulysses of Debate, the wise, and ;variously becomingly. He eats upon the .legislatureto settling on the window sill; apple pie, at it he quietly handed it toe young lawyer

perish. The necessity of the jfcae is all on I accomplished, tbe almost incomparable: The Rep bhc states that Mr. Calhoun's "give a deCided negative to our, sister republics pumpkin pie and cheese: cold pan-cakes who running his eye over ii leisurely,

our tide. We are now utilU' 'and I can Daniel Webster. abandon their of his j if they have flcm ,the people. and and cup-cake, as light as a sponge. I returned. with the utmost g&viur. .
friends did hopes
see no possible l process by h hich' we can not Governor injustice in the charge, they have should not fail to mention that tea was "Doa't you intend to pay .I"sa4 Mar

become disunited. In.1 1I ..Governments And where, amidst the statesmen of his recovery "until Saturday, the.30th nit, when preferred against her,"but if otherwise, to served morning, .noon and night and coffee tin. .- 3 | .

grievances are to be bornej ;and where a own country, for whom he felt patriotically evening his pulse became uneven offer the amplest assnrtnce, that, the speediest in the morning;j-and that all was so nice "Pay whatr said the yorua lawyer."Why .! Lo

Government is extended over>o* great and partial, where, could he |point to a statesmanmore and toward and betokening a system worn remedies will be povided to any that I fear we erred by eating more than we pay this bill."Ddfotuu; : prom

extensive a country as the} United States gallant in his bearing, more chivalrousand weary, just grievances." The action rre. wanted-by granting to Nature more than ise on tneVoile downward, t&t you would i
differences of opinion will extit 'Oar destiny heartstirring in his eloquence, more mild out and wasted 'by burdens above its tbe Governor, "it order that no nec51f truthful was sufficient for.her simple dem nJ. defray:my expenses at the; hcfelt* "My:

is'Union, and we must bring Jorrr minds to and moderate in his counsels, that he who strength." accusation says of a" wilful and wanton breach "How many,* .asks our querist "pass dear.air,"said the young geu3em&n, !! deny

tbs fact or reconcile onrselvc to the probability united the experience of Nestor with the "During Saturday his mind w of the Constitution, inldelity! to the National annually from the mill' to the poor house f every thin; and insist up3a p/oof. .:.

jof events which non new'could' loree.Jt'Wu spirit of Achilles the knight and sage of :He .distinct entirely 1 1cop. l Union, invasion .f the rights of others I have passed the enquiry to my good bos Martin at once saw that j ,wis .caoghtj ,

barely possible- noj it was notpossible.that Kentucky;-his able, amiable, and universal ha ke connectedly of.his shall stain the social history' of >Pennsylf!, ?, who cannot remember one, though she I and eyeing his young friend?a'giotntnt:: or

; the good_State'of' Maryland beloved friend,'Henry Clay, whose absencewas family, the scenes of his triumphs the arenas nia." TheSouthis'teninded that ; has been connected ,with..the mills nearly i. two, be said, pleasantly "Yjo gonf need .

should! go lock to what she Wjf in 1774; the only drawback to the pleasure of of doubtful strifes, cause, of the. "The attachment Pennsylvania' .,to :"the twenty years, She says there was. a girl, ::any counsel from me," Ifaf/fyrougA GHzette. -* ,

. and 'you might as soon te t":asunder .theriaiite that entertainment! South and tbe Union of the St tes." Union, during.her entfe career, has eLen.a who came here from Salmon Falls, who was tt-\ i if | -
hills of New KnglarUj as to sever And if such were the 'American orators { The of the' Baltimore'Sun pure and ardent it vas'in tnt nrsinoursof crazy and they put her into, the poor Washington .,
correspondent I a mIl c 9I'i'u A :
bet from that confederacy of,Sute s to which and statesmen, such also were American 'its uisten/and hfr faitb.in'its'stabiJity but the wasn'tamil girl. Ficirr.-j 4'

she Is'bound by so many tie,.j Our fathers, historians and warriors. He had, for his writes, ; .'I aodj; :permanent preservation ".b never I',have now been here nearly a, week correspondent thus relate! ) a| pita1.aaAecdote '

who bad achieved the independence of theeonatryand part, never had an adequate idea of tbe Mr. Calhoun breathed bis l last at about changed. She confidently;: ,'to among these operatives endeavoring, to enlarge now floating in Washiigtal circlec. .J -;

established the' constitution of achievements those great Spaniards who half''past seven o'clock this morning:; Recalled prevent its>'disruption and overthrow, i the ,the subscription list of the "Offering.hundred ; "You'will remember'to bae J ad"a debate -,.
these United States had dekived us of a first carried the cross and the sword into the to his son, who was in the room with 1 common danger would be.found y.ie' I have obtained among two' of this session, in .wh4Is loe gallant .

rich inheritance of glory, but what they had New World until he bad read of Hernan him, and, requested him.to ,.lock. uphis pa I. of'old,thtl sods of Virginia, Goi and forty subscribers,,and should have found i, Davis, of Mississippi! in lpe loc f the possible ._' '.'

left to ns was' the defence an'lj die'preservafion'of'what Cortes in the pages of Prescott; and yet, justat pers, alluding particnlaily to ,his work d on In i a Pennsylvania a patriotically; .. many more, buttha for they..lId tbePJ.Zln,previously want- conflict of arms betweeijjhe.-North and

they bad estabfebed. It was the time when it appeared.to.him i that tbe Government; which' been eng fast striving! commoi purpose to pl nton.a ed made arrangements the : Some Were, taking tbe the South, said.ia substance$: ttit if;such
ottrs to show'oar estimate of |bis liberty andfhU heroes drawn by that great" artist, 'were rvisnKHe' remarked 'thaf.he higher;safer; and more stable basw during. year "",or"Graham's**. the !a Uiinjt must come, let it 'co&4meice in the,.
i or
Destitution by defending with all our matchless if not fabulous, there stepped Sn.after., Mr;Yenable-and others banner,'and nnite&herewiti! forever: 1 Union Magazine Book.\\ and, sometime two of these 'halls Congress.".. .This.rearig was tbe1'

energies,*euid,.if neeessa y,;,the last drop forth heroes from the artist's own Jandtwh of the Ie ce in. Mr. Calhoun.was.perfectly.calm toa-tble the 'Virtue, Liberty,";.and Lady of the subject of conversation ia a Aerrf company.

of'oor blood If we shall continueto go on on the very country which he had taken as ,composed' and.ook" a', in.de ndene :'Fennsyvafliaihe( : ,'Sic with several papers; or some in numbers expensive a few evenings since and'sohje':Jae' turned.

defend" what they left ug, t\en we may the subject of his immortal work, equalled little wine which'Mr.l Venable handed to Sfp ', .\and the works would now being have published patronized me had I; to Mr. \Vlnthrop, who 'w* present, end',

Koifto their memory, not a* recreant, but astrnejonsol or surpassed by their exploi /'tbose whose him Herald butIittle."but be retained-1, O .Tlrnis'of.Vrini: GeorgiI"L bat they And, -.few ,refused .because said: 'Well WintbropwL1 I JOiLdGin *
the'glory and*{greatness of our marvellous deeds he bad been 'describing.- the lastmoinent'cOnSiOt1SieS8.i: i'! and'"rbe ._.. ":: 11.r come sooner. elevatedto such.Jl easel .'You.comeifrt ,boston,.,,
Mfcer ?, : *!iiBTpblrticaJ speech.bad failed him, be took some of bis -. -,' _:, : ourworlt.wu sufficiently 'Ib! said wiKyBortoa-
1' t A gentleman: bad ;spoken, of iQeourt.-, i ; d" .t' '' u intellectual in which and can't fightl' tb .

"en" when'a! :man rises'in : The name bad suggested to him (Sir H. Bul- f ienJby. ;he )bnd." He then'liftedhis'. i
oirss( t ) eipeecit.is. :wudtodeand --wer) a singular,coincidence applicable to the I hz\forlea brushing'' ack.'hg *, recent reotheie1x ; cases invitation: add to its ,merits by contributing ty! )'U'pair oflfwith.Pairin lluhiazrs
eb14! ii'i6o); may"we! not.,Mr.pjdent&Aene topic be was then'speaking upon.: The battle -I hair after : the ?end" of the, { onf; its :'' a c-k g t.. s fJc e&J1J .

the:.position of: our conn- AgincoBrt was fought'on"-the'25tb''of his bead on Lis breast"closed his eyes-and. the other! kindlV consenting t postpone' to pages. "',-.:.taTOl'ofit'deCidedJy.4... I '"t
try! TTbe'past baS'fteD ill lore and fraernal October on the plains of Picardy in, France? drew a last and full breath, He.was; ;' ntirely h till Saturday OTeekJ reTive si'appliiofanDtcnrrence -'---o 'EDucaTthL"IorinypaitI .r ;>;
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corl'cord but> who ehaQ e5ne the fuUituJSBanptbe free from pain tbe whole! night, and r :ltIas.l\fw.u.-ItW01iId & JZ1t1iall g1
There, wert ,on that occasion ;be.English cable,a very good on can't deceive what on airth,edJication J -
> stat s ,riJs1M! from their forces few in number bis transition'from' &" deaiht'waiIikefatling : tbe'slories hithebliedbau1tha i ,,
fatigued marching Jre if
by IheMisw'ssSpiM.rjvfrsoineyeamagpThere: ; ] is CQIJ1JD1 'g to. When I was young,
e vrril pTreres."and throw all'into a ctate of enfrebled'by sickness i and traded by agreat into1 a genfle ;At two,.o'l happened anwcident of a senouj' nature 'Mill aWtndedjfurtbepnrposeaoftjtakine are mere fictions.A, edrre* nftpit of.toe.
Hsnrrenderoyjbqi Mr.t Clarke *, .
lolhical anarcbyand'eonfasW ud'pIJant army,1 so ebDfidentln1YItorytbat.ta ; clocks the''riverV'filled w.thfrefebf 1.Eipress'
descending' ,..provision! multiplying, replenishing > *
fSSfatl "gTavitatSo ::i aU ejeryAatfl .chief,''previous*Jo I giving'.h(' ;, af cast .of thefaceyjnjwhich anrp"assenger>2* The officer inr com:' and the .!oq.toml vand4kne\r all 'says. f "Mrs* Miller'\ wferwa. re> *
Mt forth on'an Independent vovage'ofJx tignal for |hejpnsVLsenti a' becud ,to theEnglish !he succeeded remarkably."weflr{ r iirfb the canecIain'ng obituaries the ported as havingbeenseen ; 1' Virpaia; has.
. ; .. ..... 1' ., 'exhibit'kn' caw TBsbmg about the rivers, and their co. beeud1scovered, y&et'aImstditracted .
>teralioninToIviBg2 all f, i' %he'commonrninl leader.lo. n o,.nil' ran r.n.- His eonntxikn lioeI'ottineevtIiflUCh ah P mJ; .aenayourselestherboataTrnidiiIth venants and dormitorjesj tthe'pfCYjnces.and! not as yet hubznd. ,41,: FM 1rUthIttbCstoiid.
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: Foreign.The burg; in consequence of the tone ,assUmed 1thimk pmbablethat t they manifested; a wish not to AHE3DIMG ,THK'ClITA'.d'JOl. been stigmatised|jw/slavery propagandist!

: ., mamer'Ame ij j ,.;arrived at Halifax by the King!; of Prusia to the latter country, RPUBLICA. be named for the' committee-,'- inasmuch: 'a The l following'extracts, communication because the initiative1!to the' annexation o

on the 19th ult. j | in opening the chambers. The Government their personal conduct is now:under)invetti- .in ;Jibe .Charleston, A/mury, signed Texu was taken by leading len

: She passed'consideijible quantities of ice of Prussia has addressed a note. tothat of Th.tr. May 2, 1850.- ..:. 'gation.; Benton has addressed tbe""ASovfhtrn Man we'cnt'from.:that paper the South, upon 1.. : principle of preservingtheeqiiilibrium

m on the banks of Newfoundland, and to the Wurtemburpr, couched in very strong terms, Jeter.to some weeksbefore, laie'imrr iy speechof b* ween the free and slave
District requesting hin to
U S.
; !
the astonishment of the Kin
north of Sable Island,' The weather during expressing 8 OcalaConvention. Attorney Mr. Calhoun was delivered. 'We were But facts show that while the
government at the speech, regrets, with the place the act of Mr. in drawing a stte. Nor
fh. pasmge(row.LSwrjwji, wa*, unusually moet profound iinlignation, tho epirJQllS We disappointed. in faing to. receive, FOE. struck with the:extravagance ,of..some.of,the, i .agist j slavery ; by
for for
the ; &c. before'the jury
severe Masoa 0 pistol, grand'
t ,'- Since) the'sailing omhe/previoaa steamer, and accusations it contains, and declares it by the last' mal fronV Palatka.'a' report of propositions here made, and laid the extracts obtaining Cuba optberis;; .she i fnrnist '
j i beneath its dignity to reply thereto.- .to the proceedings of jju .Convention at Ocala cognizance! convenient '
the l
.lIS Parliament has done i itde more than vote aside0 f6r" publication some ing, very u4rZal' accomplish .t.
continue relations with Wurtem-
the other business of diplomatic on Thursday last, which we.were in expectation in the
;eJi,1 sappliel'-and traagact a burg. The Prussian Ambassador has been THE TERRITORIES. day. The opinions' since advanced : against which sh9pintests.
t4 Joa.l'and' uninteresting i character. During .oft We from a waspresent
; person
learn with the
recalled : coincide expressed
the Easter John Russell secma to jus;there was never speech s Iron tiLthlUaTim j :
recess Lqrtj that I *.
passed the l
selected attend &nJarg
Delegates to ,
Berlin is, it is said, to Be) surrounded with this writer, to form a_ coincidence not
time at ment more untenable fallacious 'by .
: some or a $44hi.1.
tbos '
fortified barracks which have been the Southern :Convention (should Te J.c.- .".
already one the
.. In addition to the Abolition of the Lord b little remarkable. We publish ex-
) which have been advanced igainst the union a ; Thenchr. EaglCpt. Hagan,.whichar-,
commenced of the of the .
near one city. held .
gates ,) are Gen. J. M. and
Secretary of Ireland; stated that Govern HEN Dz of the tracts" The italics are the writer's ; the
The German-Parliament assembled at Er- propositions for territorial governments ( rived hereon Fridtl tast left Tam a"on the
ment have it in contemplation! to abolish the B. M. PxiasoH. It is needless to these t
furt on the 20th of March. Advices are received say for Utah an'd New Mexico with the small capitals our own. There no want 12th. The extract of'a J letter
I .; Irish court of law atfd transfer the whole both citizens of and ;
the 20th wbich time little are high respectability in .actionhere demandedof
to at the
admission of California State. Wheth- of .
machinery for go ve nling.:Ireland to London. a a eplcitnes from a fOloH'nCr to mercantile house ;
had been done beyond .the As. prominence.
Both measures are Violently i opposed by the organising er California shall'be acted upon separately, the Southern Convention : in New kindly furniabtd

S Irish Press. The new;Catholic primate of Ireland sembly.Letters from Stockholm announce that U. s. IN-FLOIUDA. and the territories subsequently; forms at "What the South now wants i ia not a us : d' .
Dr. Cullln .bas fssu d his first Pastoral by DISTRCT of the .
I' settlement or postponement
: vrhieb emanates fromlftome, and is free from general order the Swedish Navy is put on a On the 12th ult. the act amending the acts present an issue, before Congress which has difficulty.temporary The great principle must be now, J: Tampa, lath ApriT. .

all allusions to polit 4!. war not known.footing. The. object of the measure is establishing U. S. District Courts in Florida, already elicited dispute, and bids fair to be and forever, disposed of, if the South,values ,"Bowlegs and the Indians have sudden"

,. Agricultural: operations both in England which has already passed the Senate, was more warmly contested in the lower House.In its political existence, or tbe North desiresto ly left, and gone i it 6 the Big Cypress. The

,. and Ireland, are being> :catried on this year The )Market read in the House twice, and referred to the the Senate happily the spirit ot adjustment preserve the Union. And we believe that U. S. Steamer, Co$ Cjav' left this place oa ,
,,' on a-most extensive fial: l. The Protectionists LIVERPOOL, April 5.-Throughout the nothing but a Southern Convention, unanimously the 1st inst fit 1 ar1oosahatchee and
still continue to'Hold meetings in the apparently week succeeding departure of the last steamer Committee on the Judiciary. This act provide prevails,' and the oldest and wisest heads announcing this to the Nor O disunion Marcorivers, to $ddavor to communicatewith

'vain hope of.re-imposing a tax upon our Cotton market continued a dull among other things, for \vri of error concede the most advisable expedient to be the alternative, will emer them. Cap intQy.| Jem BowUgs

the importations of articles now free. Mr. and inactive state, with prices rather in favor and appeals from said toum proposesto the settlement of the three leading questionsby gency. That Convention must meet, and if and Alligator w brd. At present

\ Disraeli, the I Ijader-of the party, is still severely I of buyers. That was succeeded by a increase the salary the Judges to an merging them into one bill. A, minorityis it be wise insist UPON THE CONSTITUTIONBEING we cannorform arib falon to what the
: indisposed. I better demand, with more steadiness in AMENDED, that Congress shall be Indians will do.'J i .
: The Repeal 1 agitation has been partially prices. On the day preceeding the arrivalof amount equal to that Judges in neighboring found arrayinj itself against- this mode.. declared 8 incapable, in all time to come, to "P. S. Since wr&int, Capt. of the

revived in Ireland iihder the auspices o'f the Canada, in the anticipation that the districts of other Stites. The salary of but so far their efforts have proved impotentfor legislate, directly or indirectly upon slavery, schooner Sprut|>uarrve Both -'

i John CTConncll but there is b lack of its advices by her would show a further large: the Florida Judges is regarded by all as inadequate any'result except temporary embarrass and forbidding any amendment of this hatcbee. ; is there. The

former spirit.Trade decrease in the receipts at the ports, which to the incurred in discharge ment. Mr. BCNTON claims to be par excellence amendment at a future day. Interpreter baa D41' *ui \luv for.Uis' .' I.,
5 in the wool districts has sensibly being confirmed, an active speculative inquiry ept'ns the must also be at once determined, dian and had returjieji without finding any.
offiw (partic- the friend of California and thinks "
of the duties to ,
>> improved'bf !late.!t sprung up on the 2d instant.!'! Having pertaininp whether this Union_ is one of opinion, and They were ahorit;3 at$ Marco river. Sp
p Another mail hai aiiived. from India manifested no disposition!'! to purchase beyond ularly those Judge the Northern Dis- there is no way of manifesting his friend- consent-under a written compact, or one of were left fotjhri' Indians.

bringing dates from If) y to 2J March, their immediate wants, and trade in trict.) The membirs of the bar of the East ship but by ,pressing her admission, as a force. THE CossrrruripN:MUST BE FURTHER ) I .' _

4 and from Calcutta Ho <20th February.- Manchester continuing dull, all activity had in general, have we perceive addres.'ed a memorial State in advance, and perhaps exclusion AMENDED, by an explicit declaration, that Late f4rF1.rIda.By .
V There evidences of uneasinesson ceased. the market closing quietly, with a ttbe adves'to the Editors of 0
growing have
are State of this Confederacy ball a private th
to in favor of said increase, at the session of any
.. the part of the pe jpleJ jard several rather strong desire on the part of holders to real- I Congresi present ques right peaceably to withdraw from the Union, paper,dated at TarCipa o the 15th I:
... serious demonstrate s hue been .made ise. Fair Orleans are quoted at 7 1-8; fair setting forth reasons sufficiently strong and tions. He has even characterized it as a whenever its people in 'Convention shall s we learn that Bitfjf Bowlegs and the other

against British rule. l I As- an inevitable consequence Mobile 6 3-4; fair Uplands 6 5-8, and middling ample. The grard jury of St. John's coun- 11 degradation" to her to be admitted con- determine. S S Indians with &-neot.tions, have been "

,, more valuable! territory has been quality at 6 3-8 a 9 1-2 per lb. ty, in their presentment published in the jointly with the formation of the other territorial "A ain : A CLAUSE MUST BEIXSERKD requiring pending, have all r ti southward.Bowltgs *
t annexed to the East fiulia: Company' epossesions. -I the President of the United Statesas has beefcdesirous; emigiating, .
Ancient City, haTe also made a similar re !. And in this he
] Sir. Calhonn' In governments. framers and has
Speech England. ( was doubtless the intention of the given slemn'&r&nc
Trade at Bombay vas far from satisfacto- We find the following notice of Mr. CAL- commendation. was very promptly confronted, and effectually of the Constitution,) whenever a Con- that he would tbtjat} now pretends '

S ry. Export produce: ] waS scarce, and the HOUN'S last speech on the slavery question in beat down, by the returning sallies of vent'on of the people in any State bal declare -, that he never gave his consent, and says
money market was iringent. At Calcutta 2IR. CAHIOtJN'S RKMAIX9. that even if he w&ula! go, bis people wouldnot
the CLAT who law Congress
giant stands now battling a passed by unCtltu'
the London Times of the 23d ult. We
: a1fairi present a far more encouraging as- pub- Suitable and extensive arrangements were to call a Convention of all the Sae let him. ThejlncCans now express their ,
pect. I lish it that our readers may see what a foreign made and annoinced in Charleston for the the disturbers of our domestic peace, as I tioa proclamation, to determine upon unwillingness to (jinigVate on any terms, but

Public order prevails at Paris but political journal says of the speech and its of the temains of Mr. CALHOUN in days of yore he cheered his countrymenin stitutional ity of that law; and if decided in they are content t pejj!restricted within narrower -
affairs have assumed a' more threatening great author. It is hardly to remark reception on their effort to hurl back, the foreign op the guarantee to the State, i she limits in Flpj-idji-such as the U. 'SIGovernment
aspect: there is increased: excitement and the 25th. I was intended to remove the pressor. Mr. CLAY playfully compared Cal- cbose to acquiesce this case may prescribe, and to surrender
that the Times
great bitterness betwten.-conflicting parties!; some of our remains on the 26th to St. Philip's Church, ifornia also, the right of peaceably withdrawing. to the United Stadts. !ffor punishment, anyone
the only marked evetts ot the fortnight, have northern papers is very much mistaken in and after the of tbe funeral to a runaway daughter, who bad S S S who may btRjfuunJ north of such a

,, been, first the revoltipf' one of the regiments regard to the strength of the Southern States. service performance GADSDEN and discourse made a match altogether after her own liking "Now i is the time to remedy these things.If line. jf|
which the Government$ has not succeeded in It : I by Bishop a and who "turned up her nose" at any is time that we had a fresh understanding Such is at preset the actual state of affairs
quelling second, a popular) demonstration' in .says by the Rev. Mr. MILES, tbey were to be in Florida. itfurtBer negotiations
{ Such
; I attempt to impose the parental check slim deserve of the bdtpaiu. anotblr opportunitymay may
Calhoun has delivered his
a small way, againstjLoais Napoleon, as he to"Mr.the in the form of an oration opinion ; deposited in the adjacent burial ground, in a instead of being placed above her senior not again occur. Then let the Southern change the existiifej aspect of things, but a
passed through: the): streets. Perhaps the country vault which is new in course of construction, Convention: meet and --place the rights is hardly probable fthar negotiations will fO .
remonstrance, which depicts in the sister New Mexico who for her staid:
event in the strongest ,
most significant : Legislati"eA51embly of the South and of the be -Savaipiah
secure -
the upon present
where will remain to dispo-
language the nature of the divisions on the they subject R
was the ]4npcsition by M. Dela ha&itsand modesty was enttled; to much more basis. Let them to the North, "by lican, dpTd 27th.correrFmde)4ftki_
Slavery question and the to sition of the which meets in say \
Roche Jaquelin) a friend of the President's, consequences Legislature deference at the hands of Congress. He disclaimed such a time ESGRAFT THESE AMENDMENTS
the that or.be first in June which they are tending. This solemn declaration November .
to effect Sunday next. UPON THE CONSTITUTION, or we dissolve the : Bjltimm SIM.WASH&CTON
however did southern
of the champion of the interests as '
the nation should jBe called upon to pro of the the order of every them be-
The papers city publish the Union. we sincerely April 21,1850.
of the South derived if increased Jit
'$ form of possible, Senator, any of friendship for California -
nounce definitely 01\ ie. government wan lieve the be, she now is, a
and ceremonies designed for the comproroisfi'lommittee
weight and from the declining The appointed
authority procession
which it should cbce: to select. That or any desire to repel her because she in the wifiout
:; \ health of its eminent author. It was solemn occasion. The procession was to be loosing partner concern ; Friday last, have steady had a meeting, and
should 1 called inscribe
elector to
every |> upon had acted for herself on the question of sla them, the Union would be ruinous, intolerable .
read i in his of his have the
name by one senatorial seem to following.1st.
his ballot Monarchy" of civilians and societies
on or "Repub composed military, are oi
They all friends of California and too grievous be borne.nThe for the admission of
lie." That if a Republic'should acquire the colleagues; and that Assembly might well with tbe official functionaries of very. were t To repor |$ ;
majority, it should ,jbe proclaimed in the pause at a warning uttered by statesman of together but greater friends to the harmony of the California thbestablisnment o tmw
an order of intellect which occurs with inCreasing the State and city and such delegations Governor South Carolina tendered rial i.5ltah and New
Chamber bv the Presjklent of the Republic, I Union; and in this they are cheered and applauded o governments Mexco.
and if the Monarchy btained the majority, rarity in the puny ranks of democratic I from other parts of the State and other States by all who love the noble sentiment.It the appointment of Senator, in place of Mr. 2d. To report a separate bill for st..

it shall be proclaimed by the President of politicians.! !! as would be present. CALHOUN, to LASGDON CHEVXS and Gen. tlement of.the Te-xags Boundary by a liberal
the Assembly. Thil remarkable proposalwas Mr. Calhoun would remedy the evils ,or may do for uncandid partisans to say Gen. compensation to thaU .

received in spleen silence by the ma.jority the injustice of which he complains by severing OF TULR and his Administration have no JAMES HAMILTON. The former declined inconsideration 3d. To make 's :h amendments t the
and by derisi s and sneers from the the ties which are already impaired, TiE. COMPROMISE TIIIRTCKN. sympathy with such motives. they advised of.bis age, and the latter was la\vof 1793, for: kle recovery of fugitiveslaves

Mountain. But at iwjrth the proposal was and withdrawing from the present' Con- We mentioned in our last the adoption of different it I witbholdfrom thought to be ineligible, owing to his tempo- a shall afibal: 'security to the,South..
a course to
federation unless it concedes !
it .Hen to the ground in an equal rangeto 4th. To abolisbthe{ slave trade in the
negatived, having of the State.
of not bing: ; seconded and the all the pretensions of the South. But to the resolution authorizing the electien of a the North the temptation to be overbearing nary residence out The,appointment District of Columb! t, .by extending the laws:
consequence this solution of the difficulty a paramount Committee of Thirteen moved was then conferred on F. H. EL- of '. _
previous question us immediately voted Compromise and with a confidence that the star Maryland over itj
,t. unanimously. contradiction opposes itself. by Mr. We have now the of who accepted. O the last named Little or no doubt i : entrine but that
jl FOT. pro our empire, its westward MORE
If the South ia already too week, to obtain taking way a'}these bills will: aif by respectable -
The members of Ke Mountain received gentleman, the correspondent of the New bt Hol
.i ceedings of the 19th in full, the
from Congress a due recognition what she sowing would soon shine effulgently upon our remptcot majoritiesij ? .
the wfi tbe of Vive la '
; announcement It is sari i|| that the cry President of terms her legal! rights upon the footing of Vote and the n.n* ...1 ... Co nm' ** A buiJcie, revealing to their people the York Express writes: "The appointment of In regard t the rtia. 'it u not,
-; .4. Republiqiie how shall she taken for Chairman when Mr. ELMORE to fill the of Mr. CALHOUN -
the Constitution to vote vacancy
expect separate was bright portals of the decided whetherine matter wilicome
the Republic is soil deeply! in debt that Republic, and the simple yet p'in
nothing but the posses sion\ of the Imperialcrown extort from her more powerful rival fair conditions Mr. CLAY received 28 out of 31 votes cast, tetms of admission to privileges. But must be considered a very fortunate a separate bill, kjr whether, a kindred

can extricate h' :n, and that he is at ; of separation Who shall determine besides 4 blanks. Mr.C. was then declared it selection at this period of'excitement upon subject it will be hiJhiJe in for the
the limits of her jurisdiction over those territories by whomsoever supported or opposed, the admission of Califo the establishmentof
engaged in foliations\: with Russia: the .
present elected Chairman of the Select Com the questions at issue between two
for the of )Possessing himself of I where the mere approach of her servile duly simultaneous disposal of tbe whole territorial great territorial goverfiyeots in New Mexc

tha:, to him purpose, now necary protection. The institutions is instinctively repelled!- mittee. question is the safest and justest. isrecommended. sections of the country. When Gov. EL- and Utah, Should,:separate bill b it
Who shall even her own rights and I retired from tbe House some duced the committed of
Government are peTs terin:;ly employed in protect The Senate then proceeled to ballot for .by those to whom tbe MORE .years out respect
introducing their meJ<< ares of coercion in her own independence against a superior the remaining twelve members of the committee since, he was about a much of a whig; in oldest Senator, probably recommend the
antagonist, as long as she is weakened to ever l looked for counsel in time of needShould of Mr. Benin's bill. -
which the onhe passage
majority of than
Assembly support fact rather
a whig, anything
the her back! and the result was announced a not that counsel be heeded it The he United States
them. The Paris cot||"poiiJent of the Lon- core by population ere be treatbt"eU .t '.
don Standard of a e date, says: That : It is clear that if the question ever reached follows : no longer heard 1 else. He is a polished gentleman in manners rgr.i: the Nicaragua'canal/,'

tbe Government is 4i4 to have received : this fa'a! extremity the force of the North, Mr. Cass, Mr. Eerrien, and a liberal politician. He has not has been no doub ,'b ratified.

despatches from Germany which lead to the I and.not the protestations of the South, would Dickinson, 3 8" Badger, 2 "TACTICS." however, been mixed up in politics in some The British|Ambassador srfc
belief that collision *. Austria.voidable. and dictate the conditions; and though a struggle: C Bright 2" Atchison, 1 PARIAUElTARY in the Agreeable ,
a et\teen : It fairly anticipated from himsl mos )
Mr. Webster, Clarke, 1 years. may
remarks b
The Richmond
that the
the whose Whig
might ensue, same power ascen- all those points5without
Prussia is almost up* The language 4' al" Corwin 1 ad yieJde precisely
Phelp and that his
dancy calls forth this resistance, would find device which Mr. hat the facts circumta.nces course knew it'
used by both powers is partakingmore Davis, (Mass.) 1 Clingman suggestedas Cyt'
means to enforce that ascendancy againstthe Cpr 2" will be liberal, and statesmanlike." would be in vain bV
and more of a hotile.character.The 2 Dayton, 2 the proper one to arrest the action of the patriotIc tgfexpect treaty'f
bill relating! to-iie Press is meeting I assailants of the Constitution, and tbat a Mawn, 2 't Dodge, (Wis.) 2 ratified by tbe Svbfte.. The British v.."
DoVns, Dodge, (Iowa) 1 Northern majority in Congress ba been recently '
with tbe most deternV icd opposition from ; contest which Mr. Calhoun compares to the u 2 Pearce \IXVASIOff. eminent yields the overtheMosquito -
Maneum., 1 resorted to in Parliament. On irotcrte.
the Provisional and 1\Metropolitan! editors War Independence, might end with grea- Bell, 2. Rub, 2 the The Washington correspondent of the Savannah Cst ak' .righVofacting
which consider than. ter probability in the subjugation of the feebler 1 25th of February, tbe Ministers introduced a garrisoning; ;,
they m >re objectionable Messrs. Shields, Snub, Sturgeon and Newt writes, under date of March occupancy
I"a small stamp. The j fapofeon' the official party. These considerations cannot bill to extend the elective fr&nchis to Ire- forts, &c. The Ame 'cn.cmpaJtba'
fail to strike the statesmen and the peopleof Underwood, each 1. 29th : the in i *
organ of the Presides jj Attacks the whole land. Its consideration was resisted by Mr. preference 4e l
Press and pointedly h tfs ;at the proprietyof the United States; and professing, as we Messrs. Cass, Dickinson, Bright Webster, Just now there is much excitement hereon Canal, provided th&wprk be corn nenceJ;
gain: all poli'lica! f fters. Emile de do an interest in their welfare, second onlyto Phelps, Cooper, King, Mason, Downs, Man- Disreali and his friends, on the ground that the subject of the contemplated Cuban within twelve mondtS!otherwJs all'othercountries .
Girarden that which we feel i in the welfare of the its introduction at that time was,not expected, revolution. having right. *... 3
has been reje'< W as a candidate for Bell, and Berrien,,haying a plurality invasion and The project is ;? .
Paris, at a preparator Socialist meeting.- British empire, we confidently hope that no of gum declared be and that many Irish members were absent very deeply laid, and if 'not attempted pre- I am also happy W elate that our negotw
r between North votes, were duly elected
Eugene Sue's name i iat >ienioned with some division of interest or opinion attending the Irish Assizes. These objections maturely it may succeed. It n in the' tions with Mexico, jfbr( the TehuantEpec"route :
chance of shdi be become and South will ever reach the disastrous members of tbecommit e. of the the are about to bec46nedwith success;
success 14 consent to. the assertion power hoI squadron to prevent ;
4 a candidate.. j|if consummation of a dissolution of the The following classification! ,will show, the were met by that the bill landing of a orce adequate to the raising of A route practicable d4 i wagons, a'mu1e'

_. In allusion to the retWt of one of the regiments Union." party and well a sectitnal complexion of had been -pending for three years*: that ever and the support' of a &tandar; 'and .if -the ha already been cojirtrncted;. te De

of Paris, a corre"nilent, under date tG American Cnba. the committee : body wasfami r with i its provisions, and Cubans arc' ripe fo rno:' they will cessary.funds subeerd J ,to :establish )
of the 4th instant ta4; that the Colonel Important visiting that there was nothing unfair in pressing tat soon show it. The first adventurers may of steamers from Nei r0rlcans; to Guatiacu'alco -*
1. haTin two days prc'4ousiy intimated his Extract from the late Regulations published SODTHESN SENTOR. NORTHERN SJUToa.: be but "from the blood of the -.and from TeUiantepec; to ,San
bYOf'der" of the Captain. General,of the Mr. Clay, Ky., 41:. Caw. this time. But all tbe arguments of the scrifce. Fl t
intention to punish a' adjutant who voted Alabama. Michia.. th sd'of' the 1 church." I am cis The distanced by r ;
for the democratic candIites at the last election Island of Cuba: ". Mason King Virgioia. Bright, Indiana. Ministers had no effect upon their oppo- I led to t expedition! will be of a comparison to th jftfinjujna, will he about;

agitation manifCs11i1dlf in the regimenL "Transient passengers., with or without ". Downs, Louisiana. I" Wtbtter, Mass. nents. These last hatf determined that 'the Notlr'craeT'and. impelled hy North 2,000 .miles ( efron'heieouldreach :; -

The soldiers 4ksed! to obey their permits, who remain on shore for any cause, ,Mineum, N. C. !I". Pllp Vermont. bill should not be considered,'an.l 'tiieypro. "it. is the headquartersof roncisn'dayS: sooner.tharf
bfficers, and set their:$ th rity at defiance. at the departure of the vessels, must present "" Berries Bell, Tennessee. ,! CI Peon. ceeded to enforce their determination. Oiie the enterprise. A distinguished Northern by the present router ',The climaW>'o't'
They left the barrac1iSAij Lands and since themselves immediately, to comply with the aorgia. man. eminent in civil life and in scholarship,* Isthmus of ; i
the third, have been :,,i4d; ring in the flU- requisite of giving security to remain here 'Whigs, in Italic, 7; Democrats; in Roman of them would rise and'move that the bill and of,great energy,and worth,.and born a b ious, and Tehunl'prey; {'Iron?

barbs behaving in a t; rj disorderly manner. legally. If they are foreigners they may 6; Southern Senators, 7} N rtbern'Sel.ators be postponed, and make a speech in supportof soldier,.through bred a civilian! has been of- fevers. | ;I.' i' *'."O 3

All atterans to bring tl4i back has proved call upon the Consuls of their respective 6; 'Southern Whigs 4; Southern Democrats his motion., Another, second. it, fered the/command; ,of; ,the revolutionary The sn'otbe' Ho .5 Hehry.iy.\ :HilEiia-;
ineffectual. <, f' nation" should they wish it, to give notice, ; b woul movement.-. of Alab in tiiicity yeserdaU&had
At the Bourse bnsuis !s$ was dull at the through these officers, to the authorities, by 3; NqrthernV' -c' Whigs' ; *; Northern Democrats with' another speech, and"call lor a Djv; sicn. commlnJer in GnLopez.an,Spain to experienced serve.under I ,but recentlybeeIslct. by the President ;

commencement but." -illieil towards the writing. Passengers neglecting to comply 3. .!" Division in the House of Commons occupies him,'and urges on him the : of ,,as a cadet,.for mil tarf academy.1-
f e10 e. Fives' opened f.89 10 and closed with these formalities shall incur a fine of .As three:of the' Committee>* form portion fully half an hour.' The galleries and thepoiit."1 acceptance' ,. -- fi- 0, .a jj
: '
:-J ; jtce; i'.t., -" ; -
dollars and be ,
1897. '
ten compelled to leave the '"a
The French nquadrp ,re"owat; Naples, Island. the,. 'escort' to conveytbe; <.remams of Mr; privileged i i _seats;are.""cleared,,1thcdoors: 'are' 'ThusTt t Is1 tha t novel. .. ahi'uffflawfnl: adv'eiv- : ..$ .1&Ga t1Uges" "_., ,,r WJ l't}

in which city politic prosecutions i were "Any person absenting himself from this CII.HOUN to'Charleston, aid as-severaljnem- closed-the ..members pass through. !tellers tures. are,-undertaken,j.,i..' .,.for.- -'the f' annexaiion'ofterritory :!ARviV'of ReIml bse' 'bew g0hC:
/- i in' t
rife. Island without the necessary passport and bers of thq.House were abseiiIon the. 'sameoccasion and each man's name is recorded This is a on our ,southern border' by a crew''of'idlervbo '- : .i'ti7et C .
From Sardinia it ;is'rted 1 that the of the last ten day?, and ,
tbe min- vessel
captain such S
taking a >>er- than '
] the ,,6thtnst.was :
; set apart for tbe process our yes"and noes.- infest the northenrcommercial
__ ions ; great already united with
of the '
) Pope have >een instigating the son,' will incur a fine of from twenty-fire to I rlisuld
Government. to suppr' 'c tIe liberty of the one thousand dollars each, without ,prejudice (urber'ensider&tion' .slavery l "'ques These i:motions, for postponement accompanied cities,'and;after'the'''thing-'accomrl ointere4eesi :

.. pr- press. ;; : : to other measures that'may be deemed 'I'i' seen".tat; ;the correspphdehtbf by,speeches;and! call ,j for.Division. ?, pushed" ,.and_ ."a' ,'.thousand* evils
4.t Letters fromapprehension whz4l4ird states that all proper to take according to the case and circumstances t e I --unc reports*the proposal were continue through eight DiyisionS and prudent menJoresaw! ,.nsuey' '-* *the' J--.t. i--,.of> The intelligent Church, .i atteOte nigbt"rewde4 Qngregation.Th.bysai .
oftheqgees{ causing : These fines can be made ef. PPl !
any of the until when
Committee Thirteen whichmay J2 o'cock'atnigltti Lord<4John "
the south the of
are i meeting ,has been utted
disturbance has vanish f.J fective immediately from any property: be o t burthenedvth by the.Bts
A recent number'of'; ri.! Roman Observer longing to the individuals, or when such in- besnbitantially- trrect although >nOt Rusllrose''and, stated, that'he would' no i i increasing1! 'jib?'"area; x>f slavev l ."" 'There' :Mr..Pmtt-Pastor of. MethodigtSocietj J!

t says that the return ofp s Pope to Rome has should be found, or return to this Island at defnitely rpre:from t"Cmi tee;:!It i longer-persist in:his motioh.jJjThisrnjnisterial :;; i t i. .not.. .tcbe',.found,., ,,"any_ .' where. 'ajmore, law' in;this city, aided by- IccMZ.: 1'

been'definitely fixed I'< 4 he, 9th inst. The any future time. V would ,be., conjecture: that 'no bthVplaatban'thiswjli.be declaration was received with loud cheers ahidingandciitenteddau/' ; -'oQuincyevMr.Oerol taG *
return of ': of the aIJh.e.t : Circuit, llev.Mr,, Pey.4Of .W vA
; speedy bJ qliness togivegeneral.atThfictid4 "Passengers steamers 'tt
appears going ) the minority. ]
away by *
: prpposed,. there ; 'if ." alone! '
{ '
) "' again in the same vessel, arid 'transient ones ern.people, ; f ; by the ReT.\Dr, Na4f.tletbdetPro,
J:/ Advices fro.Ti Usosi4i1e) i} that C mrnoi -' that to continue their voyage'have! to'await have been indications in the Senate sufficient The.j1n,of xesising 4tltyraalcaI..act5; : (i .and. :'blber'St h' iminCdiateIy'proxima. : testant Church',., Welwderstand. !it;1
,i .
i .. dote Martin con bis the arrival of another to'show that: it will be; thefone'nW'accep. of -a t'B'ta.!,;; 'Mii.h*-*-< -?*- < <*t'ti t intended to protract ,;.
was cElThtiIg) squadron must their' passports an overbeariigmajorityiaof. high -antiquity to Cuba.., .are..., j> no means;;as cqvetouV.of ae;
I at Ibe Togas, 'in'&ntici < ,nor a hostile visit countersigned, or'obtain" new'one* in abc) "tOthe,majority of that,body, who havehappHy7shown'ifhemseiyes in Parliament.:'We fihiTt resorted"tb> ; thai. t ? 'i-asf.they-ara 4'I'" ,* -.c in r-T' ,:.? ;part or,the whole of :' *, .$

from the, American: nayssTj forces to"enforce conformity'to'what,is ordained in this'arti- ( 'Jdesirous. possession, ; J,. [ Ionger.-F"-) .41oa6rT j _,. .,i, ',t': ,,'
Of with greaVeffect in'the _
'a I. an Parliamentsif'Charlesadopt I Theywoiild'ratherebesh6uldxenjain as she I:::,_ {
settlementof .
a ; .cle and the of ";
; claims! of explanation the Jirlt of1 No; .
: .the. 'American tbelonl"'I 1 vember.1 : amicable settemeni ilni fact'.we' may? look (,i .Its j '(i1arslpr9ceedng,:sad os w& ,now is,'than) risk lheveffects'.which'a ievolj.1tbh -' .-M J 1a. .' b... $. .W2I: ..:'

1Y -The' ,Tuscan- .. ... //it..'..'have -refused. tot ''H..rana'MarchU., > : ," J850."' notio. Jor.- Jiovel 'suggestions 4'1 forthe'high'morai it incur heavy respoleibiltY./fb.y, 1 3'the'J 7.island i-.it" v might* t "jcommnnicatq"-- -t t:our* .:,Washington, correspo j DM. :',theoConsnv.yif' ....1.t...'v.
*ccea eiojuorarairaerf. jnfsaemanJ: of inJemBitrorJbsKJ influencH:which'a i Committee find their shores.Vhat it J r
can only ju
: s',own ; might' thfT conse: : l
; ( -j ,
).c ,at Leghorn )Jat:sustainc rear! &The.difficulty'Ibj? B.nish'subjects! The Supreme Court I of Louisiana i has decided 6f/this i_ : character i;..(Ji.ely to,exerton. .the tice.and o4iouiisipf, be/measure. which quences Cuba were 8ud4 nly.wfesied: from l MWebiter leavcltlit q.W Monday

beenj&bmiUedto the a ( Oration of.. the( Sar has; one factor.that,planter after having'crfhjracted who! ships\ his crop for i its to ous' the eu it'.is upon this theyresist; Itthat.'rn.easureib'e: :"oppfessiye, Spain*by;;:ah':irmed :crusade. ho one- can :;th foosfo witi'rec'whe ,"it'aeu l !W

r 'dinian goVernnent "{ 'f* : consignment;to:another, from ,whom bob, nnlftbat"Mr; Foots'h&s'8 strenui.t'l yrnnictori'uncns1tutionPJ;, ,the&people, 'foresee*; It J*has***"''L :r1veQ1n\jat\ Iff -&t in I hyVeveri'bythe-;' fael'c
Z'i : o&slfaed 1
AH imperioos-notsh J> en addressed by received supplies' dsccommodationbuon ; d.. f 'riJ M ''*- irimeft.lI,11 6- (? s1i n'themjp'their'bppjOsition'to iI it.J- :such'an attempt ties'would I when.twenty yearsthVCapitoUiwhlrtthi' i.1|tftrreturnedJ ties

t I' tit Sassian govemertothat sf;:'Prussia, a promise to ship,is bound to allow,com: exist'! in &be.Cornuiz; i i< ; report( ri x"-'dieits.{i sof p trr fi oT' eldt\ !;decf ee"thV:_rele I sevof the;-"shtvel'f rora sirvU : (t1e' \honorably:
) # onUhtl! : subject.-: th BchlUw; .HolJeint missions, to the factor whom 'bedeceivtsACLaHziWe1earn ;' 4hiPg1ikeinmilyftbeir Vinflii. : MANf : of Expounder and' .0f the C
difl$>o1tf. !AfterJenUtner* all thepoints' ..1 :' wi any than.tHe.OiXE; ;, It tte71t4 ;i4tthrn,.]like i ,many; ds.upon .i tibn.", I,. : -- m. ,W -,

\ at usn.f ihs jinti eavs -Tfeere STB so many from':*,;Parian fioi f must.oelcome'ths( IfJulI the*:.l r d,F lare as asbieldtoa-minority j!t .w irk'0'',.roaASMra!.an 4 jpijiagej: :/ t jl t- : !- '. ,_ "_. _'.$.rlf
i ii.rfjJl .
JiiandolitofCon' ; ;
facts irhiehrth ..
:iEajph fcannot 'regard ..correspondent! of the ''Tribnne.'that' L i ; h ror r& ft this be improbable,,what guarantee j>aviw.athat 'r'!rSdhIao"negislaursofMiMiu 1; : .
with JndiflVreocei, nod it i ) n ( Mti: i-4j.J ( '"' '' ''I"JI-1"J
feftriraichJie cannot 4
deversareasmw'flpbn blt''e' r w1woz4not }
in eonscience release! th 4'reniaacabinet.? has been lately'ptiOrtb'pugilistic!inParis(! ;legislator"lt i1 f.a'cricture r. ; \ J ed'! avote.for 1 1f' L"J!h' t.:cn .j, .t "! '1't.m' ,j' ;, nortAarn taventrinaanr l in b'alf1.1I $200,000, ;for.which f.p,4{
J TheJl1Ot.teo.odadesby: i -"" rrUQt"aa.t:rvn"f -.jw.:v I ;
pi'thi ,intimating : : .ibnbi taxedfto bsrdistrihntfpcountieSjjfin aong
} in which two oOtteeiltho : & ; HV. > .J>-i K *E)
1 .itterffiioation, of tat pperor to employ i represented fighting' thimney'awep are:of b"te h'1 w n J eumstances of the *as
;I de sivs' mlUl1fUt-if' j.j.'m''lJpport' : .Deputiep/'A.; policeman 'interposetfiaylnK; i1"'pon Jof(jiMrgPjindeed; tltanseat'tors r: ; 't 'foi. clb&'parselves I 'iigalnirtj. thetfHvilege home, may not' themselves::"proclaim,the Ju children, t establish \.J..1yaleqoeps
; ;;: :.<5f.the D'anuh_side,of tb oquoyer: : : No fighting in the street, you blackguards! fons byhirn. The" 'f'. 59! i !; USing--s, any iut, MI jir juuivaio,rv*ujBf' ",' 'bilee"of'rierdfreedoni'shbultJthey'becorae 1 ; !! f. : ng t .kem
4 A wrioa rapture hsbe iijcciirred between Go tbe Chamber from it like P.n I d .1 p-w'1 =1' ".. cure ih,acc'urafe' 'j'f
insid .if you wish to do seems at frt the week whe"n unjustly"ajsailepowerful 6y" the masters' [r' Cuba I, 1 .4" beti'eiithe t. W'U
| Governments. of p f..i i* and Wurtem- for their recent but it is more than chidrt fj
V % ; wrong doer. We know that -southern people have ; !t::1:1J4.i:1i

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Letter cf a Delegate. From At:Afercvry.. :Business.:CopartaenHip. "' .- -- ,'. L

Judge Meriwether, one of the Delegates H..K to the .Besaory of Mr. Calho_. -, v. Madison. Female- ',Seiauy ..:... .
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nominated in Georgia to attend the Southern We,bare been favored with.the following DRY GOODS CLOTHING, 'GROCERIES MADISON ,COURTHOUSE, fLORtDAl "

Convention thai responds; from a member of the Committee oi Twenty &e BTQTJAUT BOTTLES w. L. TTIRT5OYL. X.Pfl11c1PAL.._. '

EATOXTOK. March I2, 1850. Five dated mItE UNDERSIGNED hare this day opened _. ,; .
. JL a Store on the North East comer ei BAT : -mS INSTITUTION,sw.,th.cire tXt.
Ib tit Editors of th* Southern Recorder: PtTMsiCRG April 23, 5 P. M. and OCXAS Streets .and will conduct business .J RuT01lf,assisted Il x.1Lsagio. was

Gentlemen: I perceive by your last pa- We left Washington yesterday morning at therein under the name and style of opened fcr th.notation of Ptd:1I1IIMe4 .
KIEL t eg I *" Zefc fcg )flnd yiaJ anti7Uit.iv, ;L-; ,, .' "} .
per tbd my rame has been presented, eight o'clockwith tbe remains of our illustrious STEPHENS. ( 1__ a.D From a of ) :ti"lk 1ati.J .10- oI t
throorh the partiality of my friends as a Senator. The funeral cortege, composed They have opened already a handsome assortment :; A] FOR THE, .' CURE OF aperior q lifictioni, as wtllu; tnm U*-.i. ,. :\1. "!. .
for to the Nashville Con. of the relatives of at-DRY GOODS AKD CLOTHING VT '
candidate delegate the deceas-id the ample and satIsfactory tnUuonJfU*f their tomtrcea :
to which will be shortly added a large and well se the Tnutets cf this .BkraectifKnlBnlty 4 "
rention. Committee of the Senate, Mr. Venable of lected stock of GROCERIES Llvn e." *. s.insq .
This distinction is certainly as unexpected North Carolina. and the South Carolina Delegation 4 and all articles in general,demand.HARDWARE, $ !! 9 no" 1."'., :1 the of ncommeo<&Bf it o U e oaiU'' .'" ,3J
,,- UL.0E5$ ",, ertiouofparenlmsnd nanliAa| w maIM d. '. .
as unsolicited on my part, fend fiom. the man- in Congress were escorted to the They intend to soil on reasonable terms,for otS! CONIC/", '. sirens of pviof tbeir d ughterorwitathcr. .

aer in which it has been tendered leaves ane beautiful steamer Baltimore. The upper CAm or cptnrrRT PRODUCE, and rcspoctf'uIl1aoli. upi ,, ? : I I rnaLrc.1lok 01lKhan4 refined edoeatloB '. f
cit share of the ,
saloon a public patronage. Garments ) ttU4 This Iutttation located bt the'Ii t&Se Ts-
its was the
decline appropriated to and
apology to acceptance. body, to'
DO will be manufactured to order heretofore. LOU tt. .
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chilLy of the village Madtot Sow* Hnsaf .
The public mind far and Dea1i has been tbe Committees and every part .f the vessel KIEL & STEPHENS. h'r : # tbe most delightful and eM a t .
'EI'LI .-" heattiy town iJa
seriously afferted by the supposed objects was draped in black. April 29th, 1850. tf Southern country, having a pi oftl.a d. klzh.t .

with which that convention is .to M. nbJe. We landed at Acquia Creek, and were received moral and intellectual culture<.J.os) aBiaur

For mY own part I am i ignorant alike, either by the Fredericksburg and Ricnmond tender rtjr thank to the.public for United States .. ; "

of t6e motives which its authors had in Committees and a military company, the 1 the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed .-:- tlon In Institution.die whole .. ;
the of band me, and respectfully solicit its continuance. s Medicine has sectitred a very ex. win be thorough; and the ui4Ia,U1 net hi., :
it Legislature upon ,
Tie%' in calling or playing a dirge. At Fredericksburgwe :Those who tended and established emitted to pass over any dnd Without.latt* fi
indebted wherever
are to will reputation
Georgia had, in sending delegates to it. Nor were met by a large concourse of citizens promptly and settle. MORRIS me please KIEL.call It has been used based entirely! oa its own merits mate acquainUn-e with it. 1_ ...111aU -k, Mptet*. .

am I informed of the views nd wishes of and the bells of the churches tolled May 2d, 1850. tf which lit superior eSeaey has alone sustained. The anfcrtaaate the ease with the ezee.dlnf..pestiat ssbbraaehw -
those whom I shall be called upon to reprepentif until the departure of the cars. Their military .. victim of hereditary disease, with swollen .UaU. eec- jest which pupils will be,In the di4rttt of '
tracted thoroughly drilled and r**
elected' so little has the subject been company proceeded along with us to Jacksonville Cheap Store. and YIIor. sinews The and bone half carious, hu bess restored 0 health quired to gira the reasons fortaca'.stepinerwr

agitated among the people themseJves. My Richmond. Ample refreshments were provided sad t&Ia *tlendsnZ,,ICrotulol1l hu been patient covered with ulcers Io thsome to himself calculation, ,rl. _

own particular views are also unknown to for us at one of the stations by the LED WHO'S BRICK BUILDING hopelessly for J'&I'I i under cutaneous made whole.and glandular Hundreds of persons who had groaned Workand( The classes in Music Drawiag,fainting.Wax
disorders chronic Embroidery Wroder
and hence it is due both to, them, as Richmond Committee and the interest BaT Street. sad mlllJ other rheumatism, th* ima-
them, greatest complaints springing from a derangement of the secretive diate car of Mrs. HarUon; aadj there la aotution insU -
well myself, frankly to state these views, and respect were manifested along the rg\HE SUBSCRIBER. would respectfully inform I w atI4 the eireulatioa.nave been raised u it were from the rack of disease and organs now, ,North or South where tkes*bracchea an.

that the voters of the Seventh Congressional entire line of the road JL the citizens of Jacksonville and surrounding I regenerated constitutions gladly testify to tin efficacy of this inestimable taught mere thoroughly or seiekiifleaQy. .
country, that he opened the above establishment IHIIIII P'ePvatiOL The testimony of those who Tie strictest attention will be to &H moral
District be guided in their conduct in At Richmond were received with the 1 hare flea tfued by its uis.with their paid
may with a view to sell goods at reasonable I ta, hu bees published from time to time and and general deportment of tb<$i 'young ladle; : t
reference to this most important Convention, highest honors by the Governor of the State, raZes believing that a "nimble penny is better 1of the mOlt overwhelming testimony could b* brought; were tt desirable, a nsase while,at the same time every thing*f a eetariaa *,{
forward .
which may forever, by its ac on,.-affect for and the citizens. A civic and military pro- than a slow shilling." He has received and is II 1itI LC1UIIYIy its DhUmable taIue. The dic1ed and thou who hays proving sot aNd cc.II this influence wiQ be a* earefnlry av* de U .._ ,_ __ .

weal or woe the destinies of pur.country. If cession was formed and we proceeded to the constantly receiving, the MOST FASHIONABLE and I sodiclis.aN Invited to G.ke a trial 01 ita vtrtus,u4 IpProp1a&e Ie 1hemse1,. The scholastic rear often moa Lhs,ls divided laM !
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views of the powers and objecjs of that State House, where the body, with much solemnity LATEST sTILE of Fancy and Staple Dry Ii I I tI whielt It oae hi! tw sion* sessions of five months .*&. ]Tb ant...:
my Goods to wit- commenced on the second Afot&ay Jaaa-
convention shall accord whh those of the was delivered to the care of the and American Prints tI! J I fcANCEftOUS ULCER -! rr.and to end before the seeoniJM t dry ia Jan*. I
voters of tbe district, I shall feel honored in Governor, and, after religious services was English ; dinghamsj; This CURED, OF tVEN YEARS' ST NDIHa. The second to commence en thf tiVond Jkfonday

being their representative; i if not. thn 1 snail paced: under a military guaid. Great numbers Chambraysj) White and Colored Muslins; J II iI 54 her curs health wu Il11l 14'Icted continues iA 1l11J rood INS July;.there 18&Lh uye been IJIIIptomI of a RtII in July, and end before the *>CCM JtfondftT i

then Embroidered Muslins Linen Lawns; December. Pupils can enter 4* fcay time, .
in afforded an of both visited the Hall duringthe II .NeY.4J.lt3lS44. :
having sexes
be gratified Silk Tissue and Bareze L. C. Handkerchiefs 1Ienra. Sawfl:-CtnUem.s..I consider it bat of s\ate will only he charged until the ed a. &era.- .
all act
; ; jUl\ice
; 0 to the
of a more: satisfactory se afternoon and evening. The Committeeswere slowing facts 14 you
making Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs 1i Cerence 0 the great btnell J hue r8Celted I the cure of U ob- Pupils erin peaadaantags, kwl1srbyout.r.
lection. conducted, the Exchange Hotel, ; I IIUftI! Ima1e Cucl.en ULcia on my brest ing at the btJtmninr of the term : .
Cotton Gloves; Lisle Spun Silk and Silk Do. I wu attended eighteen months by a regular and skilful I loung ladies the fUD win
In the first place, T am uncnmpramiMngly where they received: the attentions of tbe : nee end couuel of of physician assisted by the pursuing eears* tw
White and Colored Hose ODe our mOIl abll and expennCed ceive
opposed to that convention taking any steps most distinguished men of the State who haJ I' ., Half-Hose; J tj I :11 cLot tre benefit 1Irhuenr. All the various methods of Ueaung cancer surgeons were resorted WIthout the to; diplomas certificates jgraAaation. .
neb rrmJ-
preparatory to a dissolution *f the.Union, directly been invited by the Governor fiom all quarters ; i cI for siz u *u">*lucellloa& my breast was burned with caustic three lima a-d.,. COURSE OF I" "?' .4
ynnred wrth
either its do honor the occasion.At Brown Shfrtings and Sheetings} : Untal ulcer y a weak solution of nitric :. and Ute ea in, or The course of study U divided ita In .. .
or remotely, by own ac- to to '. .. I WM 10 large that h held over Ill ounce of the "tew. The dueler
action, on the part of the' States, or any dinner the Hon. John Y. Mason, formerly Bleached: :i I II t robed I tte lungs the ulcer, and and if examined the bone and said tile disease WU ad"ancUl(rapallY Tht Studies cf the Jtntili\Drpartmemt.\ ar* .
Irish! Linens Silk Cravats Colored Do. l J did not get relief
speedy medicine .
; ; ; by or an operation,tbe ruuIt Fpelling,Heading, Writing, aiifl Mental Arith
of them attain that end' Secretary of the Navy, pres.ded. In ollAi be *101.
portion 10 Table Damasks Scotch D.aper was 7 advised 0 have the breast laid open ana me bones ezsminea; mctie. ';. i

In the second plac I rejarJ the. convention some bref: nn i touching re narks, he ailuJed Stvissaud Cambric; Muslins: ;; i I ut_thd1o relief of from reeoyer what,.had and been considered done and feetinf 1 was rapidly retime worse Pint.Elan-Reading, SpeKtVModem G- .: ii.graphy .

as being exclusively an aJtirtry body. to the mournful duty wh ch La.! called us together B-ir'J Do. Striped Do. t seeing various testimonials and certificates of my cure case by nearly the use bonrless.of SAUD "...- Grammar Writing,andA tometia.txcjud I

and itsoc/s as having no binding force or ,' and propnseJ "the memory of JohnC. ; ; Ililcilil. lilA In cases similar to my own, I concluded to try a few bottles several of which Clan Arithaetio eoffeUjtod, Jem.' 1
Calhoun." Mr. Ravenel in White and Colored Berlin Cords; :Jj LI Ire used. but from the long deep-seated character of my disease produced no very Ury Botany,M.dern GeograpaV, with Ute us*f f.
the people or theif-deleiate responded a I ded cbln .
authority e. '
upon .
CoMIderlD8thisastheonlypTobabtecureformycaseIperseTered the Globes
Trimmings of every description; I I Parsing ElereUes} IfisUry *f the ,
than such as they may 'subsequently be' shoit but highly eloquent speech. It was French Extracts II 1 I' I t [ntiithe as disease wu entirely cured. It is now over eleven months sine the cure United states Watts on the iliad, Rhetoneal,. 4

pleaded to bestow upon theei. : ; worthy of the occas.on.: and a model of its Cologne; aad Bone Buttons; .I iI! I l ; ace completed myttlf WILL; there and is the not cure the slightest appearance of a return. I tktrtfrtrn- Heading, i lling, and D fininf s \1 .
Pearl Gilt. SA.IDS'
tnttrtlf tfictti S"UAP.RILL"
tf 1 iset .
all IrecorjnijitnJatlons kind. He 4tThe of ; ''Ii .gT par of tte
And lastly, I regard proposed birthplace Coats A d Lee's Coton /-jr imnmg tkt ton I mu tuing tt, mar AOM / tain.time
Spool ; I II v5.excuse this loot-deferred acknowledgment which I think it Heavens Worcester's UistorynlytIca1 Botany *- ;
emanating from that boJjo -4nv re"istance Washington. The adjourned at : 11liiiltll my duty to < 4 If
compant Mosquito Netting; sks. i?" r nblt SarsapanKa cured me.with the blessing of Divine Providence ,Parting in the Poets Reading,;/Writing .
the act'on' of Congf *s \rtiich the an early hour. nen nothing else could and I
to feel
Fringe, Gimps, and Edging, i ; myself under lasting obligations to you. I can (daily,) Composition Writing. f
South I* particularly interested, are to be On Tuesday morning; we were conducted s y many things esjinot write and I do most respectfully innte ladies afflicted as I & Jr Stvatntt.-.Geometry,A ebra eencledsdi
With every variety of Goods usually kept ina I''. itLLI! !' I I "I been,to call upon me, and I will satisfy them fully of the truth as stated above TrizOTOmslry. Chemistry, Lojpcj' InteDtaai '. : ,
confined to that resistance a/on. recognized to the State House where a feeling and Dry Goods Store. Persons wishing to : 4d many other things in reference to the cas*. .
purchase Philosophy floral Philosophy
the constitution. tasteful address made his ExcellencyGov. KAKcr J. MILLER, SIS SoUiTanstrset.I Poeopiiyatur-ai, .
was by
by will do well to call and examine for them and Loi1. (optional,) Dail E.y Wa

These are my views of the powers and Flcyd, on recommitting the boJy to selves. LIVER COMPLAINT. lAnDl-osit.io General Review alWL'jdM. .4:

objects of the Na-hville Convention' and our char e. He was leplied to by Senator WILLIAM P. DEWEES. iiifl4rThe I following is an extract from a letter received from R.I .William Galusba: PEICES or T1tiN4k. .
should I be honored in it Mason and Mr. lUveiiel bebaif of the April IS, 1S50. ly !. :
by a scat theywill on .
Iu, ; $ ,.__. SASM ecrutort, TL Od.n, iwa. J dvenile Department perse.ofnroal. f 10 tt>.
ffluii: -I hare been
: afflicted
guide conductthere.; i ; Committees. After the pertormance of religious with a severe pam in my side occasioned s "
mv I, ,:t, b a diseased liver for the last First Class, 'I t 11 I2O.;
Straw llats
I shall most cord.ally cor: ur in all prudent services, we were escorted to the cars Panama 'aad.Itlce Bonnets, ; Bonnet Trimmings; ; j 11 t convey; but since taking your twenty Sanapanlla years ; suffering I hare been at times greatly what relined language, so much ean- Second Class, MM 4J *MMM 15 t

and neceseary measure? wbicj may fail i by a military and civic procession. The Stationery of every description; : I I rSftTe been able 0 attend to my business and preach occasionally,for the Junior Studies, A J.M 200* .
11 Itttti months. I wholly discarded II. H."
within their limits and \ch:1: J loofe to a redress streets and windows were thronged with A general assortment of Boots and Shoes.- 3'' ii;' sirsapanlla. which I can recommend in all truth other and medicine sincerity, and to all thoroughly those who tried ant the u Music Senior Studies Kino, H 4 ::C4 2500 25(0

of the wrongs and injuj-iea which have spectators while minute guns were fired during Just received, aud for sale at reduced prices at the li Iltp. ;:t a|T way afflicted with any species of scrofulous complaints. There hare been some Use Instrument on M M I 00
store of WM. P. DIW:ES. H r* arkable cures effected by its use in this riciaity. Mrs. I. Shaw,by the use of in
th SOuth. I the II .1"{
been perpetrated upon am our passage through city April 13. tf Ii t.., i : : eVrWM restored to better health than she nad before enjoyed for ten and Drawing and Painting IOCD- .
prepared to submit to any j'n 1 honora. We were conveyed in a special train to t ;:i } *. ".Stevens,who bud been severely afflicted with Erysipelas was entirely years cured; Wax Work and Embroidery .11 W0' ,.

ble compromise which shaH recognize and Ptter bur!. where we were received: by the Head-Quarters, Fourth Brigade ... M.; :t : :, b the use of a few bottles. .__._:Yours truly WM. OALU8JU. FrenchSpenLhand1talianetIr,; 10. ::
sustain the rights of the Soulb-twlnle! all Mayor and a large body of citizens and mili PILATKA March 26, 1850. :L CURE OF A SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYEt.&ta It will be perceived that that $25 UJ per term It the I
be taitioa ia
t highest chargiKj tor
that I demand is the guaratrtecA. ,'lich the tary. A procession was formed, the Committee ORDER No. I. ; i ,. KiK."" R. I. 0d.Hr II, 184t. the Literary price and Scientific BraitehM, incladiny.

constitution as it teas and it it, affords u*.- : in carriages. and passed throuh the AN ELECTION is hereby ordered to be held I,: ,l frtfl I ;:: w ih Iteurs.a scrofulous SANDS:-humor Gentlemen an her-fare My little whIch daughter when one year old,was auackect the Ancient Languages. ,,ji ,

We need no amendment lo the con!tit.i- principal street, the stores being closed, and at the several election precincts in the l :;l a float total blindness in one of them and soon disfiguring after extended her whole into! face.her eyes 1 employed causing The Institution will be supplied vnta Chemieai 4s. .4.

tion. I. some of them having badges of mourning, Counties of Duval and Nassau on the first Mondayof .1. i ::. tv o physicians to attend her who exhausted their utmost skill to give her relief but and Philosophical Aparatujw.u i assortedClassical .
No feels more s/nsitjy the' injuries while the sidewalks and windows May next, for a Colonel of the Twelfth Regiment .lu,,,;p !' it ill proved useless and finally one of them remarked to me that he had known of Hutorical, *n4MiSCeI1Xies Lihrary.ST. 1.
one were of Florida Militia, to fill the vacancy occasioned ,I l :: s ne striking cures effected by SAXDS Sarsapanlla and advised me to try it I obL -
which the South has suffered? that I do: no crowded with spectators. Having reached by the resignation of Cot. John 31. Pons. j :.i.:' ned one bottle which she commenced using and before it was all used up it bad B. Vocal Musi tanght;lo'jaU the pwpO* 'Aj t

one is more fully prepared Jr.* avenge them St. Paul's Church, the boJy was committedto Also, for a Lieutenant Colonel of the same Regiment I ii, II bn eoected no an reappearance entire cure.of It the is now disease over, and four years we are since satisfied she was that cured.is and there baa without charge. are4Jdered _.
it a perfect cure.
in a constitutional mode, than I am yet, I am the charge of the authont.es: and deposited to fill tha vacancy occasioned by the resignation P l' gives me gri pleasure to add that I can recommend to every sufferer from uy One-half terms of tuition ) da*is r
of Lient. Col. t. D. Tracy. Also for a ; s.lUiar' complaint. advance or the whole at the midfUt,of th* Una.
Respectfully QCO&GK
far, very far from anydesite to take such therein. The Committee then proceededto t ; yours ROBINSON.ratFAacD "
of the fill the
Major same Regiment to vacancy Scholars from abroad can obi.i4 board eUhef"in
steps as will now, or at a/jtttreday, lead to Jarrett's Hotel. where we will remain until occasioned by the removal of Major Nathan. ii I : AND SOLO, WBOLCSAU AXD UTAH, IT the fami ly cf the Principal otj fcivat fiuai*

a dissolution of the Union. < o'clock this evening. Norton from command. The Inspectors of the lllI1; A. B. & D. SANDS DRUGGISTS CUD1SU iles in th* town. i, Y
Yet, if that dire nece"ity!*han ever come, From our first entrance into Virginia until election held at the various precincts in sand I t I AND ; R. W. PARgMoPnsidsiit.'V. .- ..
Counties in October last are hereby appointed t ti 100 FfLTOM COS.1CB or WlLUAH,Naw YoaLhl
to the choice cf evils whatever the have received the A.1SON.
as course present moment we Inspectors of the election hereby ordered,and will I il 'n I also by Druggists generally throushout the United States and Canada. .
Georgia may select as due to her honor. most extraordinary manifestations of respect ; : returns of the same according Uw. iI tI Price 91 per Bottle; six Bottles for $$. L BUN1i B/TKOWAS NG ".

her safety and her intewsts I shall and sympathy, and tbe most unremitted B. HOPKINS, liILh! D.U.M.I(3.S. fia
be with her heart and soul. ;: kindness and attention from her hospitablesons. Brig. Gen. Commanding. I; February 14, 1350. ;;! ;ras&ea
But I most sincerely trust that event may April 13, 135 td '.''MmmTtlMlilH'l'1, ,It il''I.J.! ;, .in i.-i f, .

never occur. I believe most honestly it never ;
In Circuit Court For Sale in Jacksonville" J. FORJIAN. M&dison Hale Acriae. <
trill occur. The angry storm which has KILLED BT THE CRATER or VESUVIUS. by _

been gathering over us is n rw dissipating Charles Carroll Bayard. Midshipman of the EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Exercise or this InS1tiitI.w weN -Z:

the portentous clouds are being scattered be- U. S. Navy'aged 22, and a promising son CorjNTT OF DCTAL: Is CHAKCERT. Mutual Life Insurance. In the Circuit Court: THE oa the SecondSfotjjaag IIJJuseTf ..

fore the loyalty of the Amtlricaa people. of a distinguished gentleman of Philadelphia, Elizabeth Callahan, ) EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. tail, under tLe superintendence,&lxt &reetio.*c :.

The patriotism of the national' A jinmistration died at Naples 22J February of a wound vs. > Bin for Divorce. ICESCT OF THE Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late gra4 *3* of Colom ''

-its wisdom and its fence of justicethe received from a stone thrown from the crater Alexander Callahan. ) New York Life Insurance Compta.n7'.No.68 IX CIIASCERV.MAET :College. From a knowledge Teacher derived t>
capacity as a os$ >experine Ihi
devotion or Webster of Cas, of D.cken- of Vesuvius while he was standing in com IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Wall Street, New York. ROLLISS,by her next friend: and trial during the quarter of t$9 Wt year jast- .1

son, of Clay! and other no less noble pa.nvvith other officers on the side of themoinlain. by affidavit filed, that tile Defendant ia the EESJLMIY TS.Roitzs. closed as well as from the moat-awjl and wUs ..
above entitled cause resides out of the Stateof Moaaw FRANKLIN President.SPENCZR n..l
testimonials of former .,c<3S, the '
spirits, to their country's welfarfc-the.r; stern The eruption was one of the Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, S. BEKEDICT Viet PruiJentPLIJIT reading and Cling the Bill Complaint factory tees of this Academy nnbesitatttgty$ recommend A "

rebuke of the restless spirit of fanaticism most brilliant and tremendous that has been therefore. on motion of said Complainant, by : FBEEHAX, Actuary. UPON in this cause and proof of the residenceof it to the consideration of prentP 4J gmardians j t

give us an assurance that allt will te veil.- witnessed for many years. It. was more- James W. Bryant, Esq., her Solicitor, Amount of Funds liable far losses, S2,:34 the said Uefonjaat beyond this
And before the period shall arrive for the over, remarkably sudden as none of tbe It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear and Ba.1. of Premiums above investments, 16,W1 t7 Il i Ordered That a hearing take place on the charge in a situation offering/tofneemeato 'ofhealthfullness 4 )
answer the liill of Complaint ofaaid Complainant facts and allegations set forth in said Bill on the Of location and hiM Era!aad intellectual & -:
meeting of Nashville: Convention! I hopeto usual signs bad preceded it. A letter states within three months, or the same will be taken as Hth day of March next ; and that a copy of culture inferior to no otivr}JA the &. It -;
see the cause of all our. discontents. ref that tbe mountain literally roared with the confessrd against him. From the MabU/Daily Advtrtiur, Mirth 17, 47. this Order be published for the space of three era country. Students may be tirt ared d this '

moved and the north, the south, the east efforts it made to disgorge itself. The noise It it further Ordered, That a copy of this Order, LIFE HsraA.cE.-A practical illustration of months previous thereto. Academy to enter any College'm-*' United !.t

and the west, uniting in the feeling -and sentiment was like the firing of cannon at sea and at duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be pobILibed the benefits of Life Insurance has recently been TIIO. DOUGLAS Judge, fcc. States. 1' ". ,. f.1'rl .t;
furnished in this in the of lamented ..
in within the Eastern city, case our -
some newspaper printed A true :
"our glorious Umqn doll forever every discharge, there was thrown upa mass Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively I fellow-citizen, the late Edward F. Test. Whilein S. \V. BASETT cory, Clerk, and the Seal of said The strictest attention win bo *&I the moral,, ,
stand* of lava and rocks, which at night looked for three good health, some time last year, he effectedan Court. deportment of the students both 2>y ib* Trustee .p J

These Messrs. Editors afe my sentiments like balls ot fire. months.THO.. DOUGLAS, Judze. insurance on his life of $ .:.. in the New- February 23, 1330. 3sn *-d the Teacher._ ,TheAcademyi. ___. dwithim_ ,- ....
of the U 3uuosoa
the immediate vicinity viittg
and feelings. It was due to!the people! that I, LEWIS FLExrva, Clerk of said Court, do Nautilus York Life) of Insurance which Mr.Company James, M.(formerly Alaadon the is] Conrt-Hou in or near which;'gfnd boartftaf* )

. they should know them. I ide .re ,no man The National Intelligencer bays "On Mr. hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an agent in this city. Mr. Test died very suddenly,I In the Circuit Court : may be obtained I on most reaaon kn Senna. Th .

to vote in ignoranceof them.* desire faith Calhoun's journey to Washington, last December Order made and entered of record in said entitled and the other day the aaoant for which his life EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. scholastic year will be divided into i**HMJOBS*f I.

fully to reflect tuose of the jope! I may be he wa.s among others, accompaniedby cause in said Court, on the 13th day of-4priL A. was insured, five thousand dollars was promptly five months each. Th in first s**& last ommenced.y and witt

called to 'iliey know the Hon. Mr. Hilliard his'excellent wife, D. 1350.Is paid over to his family by Mr. undone IN CIIASCERT. on the second Monday Januiff :
upon repre&ent. now wrrxEU VTIEUEOF, I hereunto set This circumstance comment from 1l end before the second Monday ia Jo** Th mo;

them and can determine for 1bem! Ye!. If and his interesting and most promising son, [u a.] my hand and affix the Seal of said to give it due foree._requires It speaks no to every head of a MAT( ROLLINS, by her next friend oDd to commence oa the eceond !0I0 y M Jma $ .

according with them, I shall feel;> a proud a youth of seventeen years. Yesterday that Court.LEWIS family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood, vs. and end 0:1 Friday before the seeta*.Monday-$*r

gratification not however 'yet 1 shall interesting youth accompanied by his bereaved FLEMING, Clerk, .I. and should not be disobeyed The advantages of BCSJAMI.ROLLLIS. Iecemberthus allowing a shortJT wd'W",1Iire4 OD at th I.*.
and afflicted By I. V. GARNIE D. C. the its beneficent and happy results, will reading the foregoing and the affidavit end of each sessionStudents
realize no lese satisfaction in knowing and deeply parents, was system, UPON half the taitioa for a session fa *4taoc*. an*:
that those borne back to the South in the April 19,1350. 3m suggest themselves to the mind of every reader; Sparkman which accompanies the pay of the aenJ ;
feeling they are far which I am a corpse, Peden the balance at the end j H
and we trout induce him to "go and do likewise. mel on motion James A. ,Ksq-, $
prepared to peril fortune honor and l life. same conveyance which bore the corpse of trho has That the time for the j'
Notice. Certain it..is,:that no prudent man a It u Ordered, bearing JUTES or iczv4; /.] .
Your obedient servant, his late distinguished fellow-traveller. They family dependent upon Kim for support, will neg- above cause bo enlarged as moved, and the ; ',

JAS. A. MERIWEfHER.Raoct came together and together returned-bat L ETTERSOF ADMINISTRATION on the bet for a day the insurance of his life. some be sot down for bearing at the next Term.of Orthography, Reading and Pes4kpy _.: .{. j .
Estate of John George Ziraz deceased for Counties of .
holden the '
the Circuit Court to be per session, ** >i"' trArittanetij -
+ under circumstances how sad. and how different hating been granted to the subscriber by tbe tloa. Hundred Alaehna and Levy instead of the 2ttb day of ,Geography, English Oraawar .-.-
ISLAXD Ew-crif-N--The, Whig from what e'tber then imagined!'* Judge of Probate for Monroe County, Fla., all Annual Rates of Insurance of One March next u before ordered. : History, Composition, and Eloeatiow.f 12 '

ticket for State officers of Rhwde Isjand% has persons having claims against said Estate are re- Dollars a' Single Life. THO. DOUGCAS .te'* Algebra Geometry Plain &M'PbdC. i .

succeeded by an overwhelming'! majority.The .- The kindly reciprocations expressed between quested to present the same>according to law, or At Chambers, January 9th :. -- -" "" Trigonometrydensumntioa eiurees, '< .j
the British the same will be barred. .,. .: .. .. Jj <. & -* Do. of Solids BTreyiHg ;Nawprtka, -.''' 4.
small and the minister and Mr. A
vote opposition merely Websterat .11I e a C. 02 fl true copy": I
NICHOLAS SMITH, .Adm'r.Ke1 G. I.a" Sf 05 G Conio Sections,Differential an:l *fjrral
G the Seat of said
Clerk and
nominal. The the Festival of the S. W. BASE??. ;
thus' far E" .
returns how the Maryland historical West, March 20,1850.-aprfl4 2m a. s. ,- S > O s. Court. Calculus Natural and Moral F$ sejitry*!. .:
following result: 4 096 society, strengthen our dissent from the e t- er-S ', '
Whigs, Democratic! opin. ; Feb. 23,18&J. 1m Astronomy, Chemistry Botan i
794, Free-Soil 12S. Eight towns ate yet to Ions lately expressed by a friend and corres Brought to Jail, = 5 fu-g &,= *a & o fo alogj, Geology, Rhetoric, L4IC El.- .
< iiS IB33 1 llf tacdtscf Criticism-Natural'_ e4sp. ''' ") ,
be heard from. pondent. The remarks of the -
Whig ofSctjrs iJmit reelected two distinguished A NEGRO MAN, who sayihis name is OM = State of FloHdai ITaM.. County Lvideuces of andi -

are Henry B. Anthony, Governor: functionaries on the occasion referred Frank and that he belongs to THOMAS I :3 :3 a 0 :3 gs : CIRCUIT COURTILVCIL4NCERY. Eeuuoa.J, .'Christianity.. .. ., t

Tboroas Whipple, Lieutertaut. Governor to, will be found on our first page.The !Y OtJM. of Barnwell District S. C. He i* rlf. ttr.M,
is about 5 feet 10 James Murray, i
about 30 '
Christopher E. Robbins, Secretary'of, State; inches aged four of his front years teeth are missing.. 14 72 I 1 W 41 1 7S .1 03 rf it vs. > BILL ran DITOXCX. R. W.P.t1tBAMOIcssidsat. .-

Joseph M. Blake, Attorney General Ste. ; 15 77 8J1W 42185189340 Susan Marray J ,- W.'A. B1fl4t4ON.- -t'q.. .
; z. friends of Lieut. WILLIAM -
Cot E. D.TRAY 16 M 90162 43189 1 92351 reading and filing the Bill of Com- BUN11WU.1 : :. :
phen Cahoone. General Tre ur r.I Jailor Duval Fla. 190 1 94 S 63 UPON
of Counta, 17'M 91 ICS 44
I announce him as a candidate for Colonel ot the is thu cause, and upon reading the S.B.TWMAZ.s'a
THE CONKECTICCT March 21. .. tf IS 89 92, 169 45191196373 affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant that D. lL'MA.TJ:
F.I.ECTioN.-The Twelfth
Elec. '
Regiment of Florida Militia to fin
193 387
46 192
19 ,
reside ia the State of Georgia, 1.
tion the said Defendant February 14, 1850. .rVU5.
in Connecticut has resulted! unfavorable i vacancy occasioned by the resignation of CoL J. NOTICE. 20 11' 03 1 77 7I93' 1 99 401 It it Ordered ThattheBafdBtllbe heard oa .4. '11'.s :'

to the Whigs. There is no' electron''ot State Me PODL April 25 nibs copartnership heretofore existing be 21. 92 '97182: 4S 104202417. the facts charged therein tha CxmrtHouseiBthe -
TaS 8
officers by the people. This; duty Kill derive Ja twetfn the Undersigned., in the conduct of 22Jfl4 99183 4919520444D County of Nassau, on Wednesday,' the 22J Ala hu Coanty C.U.itd;.w" .
the Legislature wlrcfe is Demo IQ- The friend of OSCAR-HART Lb. Jacksonville Hotel," under the 'name 23 97103193 60196203460! ..1.:1.V2a.., -
upon '
cratic. How this firm, and style of"Boffingtoa &. Cox" b, this 24. 99107193 $llj22i[ dud ifufvrtitf Ordered, That a.eopy of this VIR,1'UEol.athfJriit.m .:ly law v.,
: has been accomplished. IT is BOunce him u a candidate for Liiidcxant.Colonel day dissolved by mutual consent. The business 5151B1B: b2202231490' Order be published In some newspaper printed in BY: ed.I thall expos* for sale. &$ '.Croat'of a*

explained below: of the Twelfth Kegiment Florida Militia,tom will continue to be conducted by SAMUEL BUF- ,63, 210 259'5, U this District for at least three months before the conrt-uous door, IB the tows ofNessaavifleus f.

The New Haven Palladium saya that the the vacancy occasioned by .thVresignation 'of F1NGTON.who is alone authorized collect the '7 8l&'217' 8 'SB 11? IS wd 220J! 1 or May next. -. Monday,the eighth day of,Jaly, \k PU ISSObT-

DemocratB.and Free-Soilers unite ""opon the Lient. Col. Tracy. debU of tbe late arm,and who will also attend Lath 23 1 2. '' THO.JDOl1GLAS.'Ia.dge, Jte.J. much of the land'owned, by th*-ftBerfu
same candidates for Senators .. _. ,settlement of their joint outstanding account** 29 123.135 231 W 247 356 605 I P. SArox :,SolicUor for Complainant. pen. ll'.'Tis: '. ifJ1U.1 t..a
thrWgnbut tbr J- 90 131. 138 :236 67 270 420 627 November 22 ISO.CLZXX'S .. UAn
Eastern part of the State iand'Xhis SAMUEL BUFFINGTON, ,53314431650 So much of the. laai being part tf.
union t& We are authorized to PHILIP COX.' 31132142243' io do Grant and part of a tract if 1sr4.kasw, ..
caused their sueces there. Halnot s announce __ : r 32 1-13.1-68 250 89 ;867 463 675 ; I .
been formed, the Whtgs would; tbe have coalition .! THOMAS W.JONES as a candidate 'for,JHor ,4i1116lSO.iL4I, ,News"copy., S3, 134 ;143 -25760.:45. ,4 fll, 100 Orricx JVooaw Can-nty. Lety'a of 0.000 Moses acre E. Lery tract an4OthreUIIIga.levied IIp tt.th"

of tie Twelfth Regiment.'of, ."34 1-35 160 '261 ::61.463' 603 723 ,I, C. C.',Besseat, Clerk of th* Circuit Court ed1 0' .ck sot
carried Florida Militia of sale if
nearly every ;an-1 lhr e- uar.tela Colombia Coontjr Tax: Collector'* Sale 83116153273-; 471 529 755 the County Nassau do hereby certify that ted*n dal ; .

of the Representatives i i4 th4 setion.i vacated.by the removal of. : Jforton.. ,Apl23.A 80 ,138,157, -281' '63 :4 *> '5 60' T'85 the for above is a true copy of the original. Ordaf, as So maeh of a 6/X, acr* :irito| =.

virtue of the power'vetted In me by Uw, I 'Z7,143h163.29G.' ; 64 5 09 6 71 815 on file ia my office. .. as the Atkinson and ,Clark Grant j jICewaansvine

The Union manifests somaf&ction at i a KoQ 1 Ctf 'i.IIIT-Ollt, BY stall expose for sale,1 is front of the CourtHouse '33143' 170 05 634''499 8K ,1 T* TW03T wniuor,(t iate b heretrato 'set and fihntafo fiver abtf.sittnoi, ftAti iKppof* 99
In the Town Alligator,oa the 6rs' 'i57 178' 3 11 66 *.69 627 895 belong to.John *f to
letter floor seal of
from ,
Wanhington, nJiiett in the hand and private seal ( being no 1L.ITh8Sh.s4VIIIIIgmanl
TTORNEY-A T, my the estate 01
described '67 590 662, 945t land owned by
flowing .i83L32o
Charleston .Mercury,. probably :.Jwniten Monday, ny-nex office) this 15th day January,A. D. 1S50. within the HmiU ot fee.At ilnaBi .
: by 'Wru.attend the Circuit.Court* in the.Eaitern j. ; or omueh 'hereof"1fi.tl pal the state Clerk. LaJAdministrator's being 11
pro C. C.BESSENT [ '
one of the South Carolina m>mbefi In whicnDisoaion Circuit; the United States District Court at& and County tax due thereon for tho teat 1849, k .J.McRotF.RT. B1KERt..4geat., V.b1" ,. 3m Grant.and lying near ,Painpraj| ej sJtt a*>

is openly.'advocated Bl'itbe! only the: & and the necessary expenses incident thereto TU t .H. D. Ot.ibili.f.'D3 : ;-. : much- -of Ute-land_owned. .. or. formerly. .."1tftnnto. ,- .
foil. Augustine; ,Supreme. Court.. &,TrJ1f.b... J f40.first rate.laadVlytog.abot th*Town of -' -. by 5.P. or i* :. uoroiti, Ming 0 U1
for and Cass.. xathii
remedy iJS < Medical
preeeDt'.e' and prosecute Claims for eitisens In any part of Columbus on the fiuwmnMe RIver,Lots No.1 3 r I I Notice and[ known a*Le1"3OOOO.acn tIlssis-..
: : _
lit;.Foote,, Mr Speaker o\b(auu other Florida.agsinrt GpTernment at.Washington, and 2 Section 1-TotrDlhip 1.South t Range 12. March 23,1359.. 17 MONTHS afterdate we AaflpWientoaT Lion Z.tcwiihip.l1,raste'19 ieetPs LJ io -.. .
leaderi are soundly berated more to.th istateofTbos.3Aringtoudeieued. 10. ran JJ. tnshikf W g
Eist'now :
1ate be1OaxIng
: Honorable
eltherbefor.Cougreus or at the Depart ., or Collector Sal.* :i; accounts and vouchers to the c2,4OWShI 21iW4 .
to office than to the rood tnraklng( ;- ,- '.... luaWa. etTi-Tas Cout7.lor a final section 11. rsns pes
tbe.PDioD '. (ADDRTSS, Jacbmt&e, ,Eaft. Florida. A..J. T.WJ110HTt&r1l :-_ -I .. ". Judge of.l'rob for Direst from the Adminismtiott the property l ba Frost IO ss$ !8 wa" .
Upo&11.wbith i; "
?- settlement and discharge .
| 2 1850 ; : poTrertestaa la tnely ship 10 DI'.20.section 5. rsq .
: Tbe eenior,editor,of.this |>ape has heard May, ,. -- .-. tt.r... aM o/ki Tax Attest MttAUiptor r; BYVIR.'tt1E'ortha for tale fa'front.'f.the of tfefe Estate:of-James D.'Pelote,,deceasedt. ,lata section S.township 9,.. ,
.. and Cd* P1'iCtMmMa 4
it said in hia presence (mark?bat that therewere -. ? : 4.150. J..t ': t Court House door to the town 'vt ABigator .fmi4 Corm", y' .' L";. tttLO'tfJ > property of Wst.Thorn,trvste53 .

disonboisU in the SoOb 'jkr. He SHIPNEWS.PORT : ;l- : ": ,. .April c 1 the third Monday ia.y aexil the following ,:. '- tCHARL s. ,H. 'ELOT... ihe la.Id.1Iein' = the A .; .' '
-Tax Colleetort 8ale. scribed property,or so,much thereof will pay -- 4AdmInhstrstori.January "1M 'yifeot. : -
taa-nniformly denied that bo with"onej aua.u County :
evef. :
Jme't t" J..r.-':r -. F.DYtlrtui the t5t/t and county tax.dus;thereon forth* ret "lb1r I-a. .
r i fctt ,
> % I ".'
bat benowadmits that there'.U 'moo. OF JACKSONVILLE M.l.V2Z.C. 1U7IS18&Dd 18$ And th* necessary expense 3, 1850. _oa..74t .IiIr.., ;; "
j ect.i
} 1 win year LeWJl
.. office expost .
of ,
.i : > ,
.' ale disuniojust ft n"_ ? "._ .incident thereto viv.:400,aura ; *cond : '; .
;>ji ;a fanatic:an J miscbie.TOO .1.P front of tie Court:Howe Mat ; Collector's Bale m1tch of.the 1aiI .-:-, "
.. the abolitionists of tbEort"L 0 tApril y ; J. ", MoDl1ay.ta..J..aeditoaC1Ch nLalanalybg 'ne. UTlDptoQ'rerrr, on the C.u.aigacownt7'raI. Gnat. onect.b1 1er.thela
.w.utnt t : > _:", County on the first *- *. .L beiJtl'JUel&iM :
Amo < "" >
"" .o'o if *.ta of Waterman -I Smranne river, porportinf'Wong to rfil > if- i 1edio1IS' .
V tS JDH*1'1L&nUJf.--1d 26:> Sch'Olive Branch,' Clark,.N.:.Y., as Will the Und the:ewn State e4 byit Jtt due thereoD for u... **: '. 'll Jo1'tJsf". rJ By.VJRjTJ&ef; .the power Tested in'tnelby =, .o "' '
;'Qr nnen, Saunders' *' *I pay 68etLt0geLhewm aU noceusry ,. '. "f! 11.t.: .W1tlGB1'y.lf1 for DIet before th*Court d.B ; -
: : ; 29"WIeha, : ,,& ylar 184&Xt ; .
E :t1' th*
or How door. .towaOf'411Ig.toowth.First *
,: memojtjon: said>.UJ'Ja acre 'SAisiI'fulaqf..T -Jft'F' =
T:'to Par GoveramenUp quip Ud 4"rwsh' -' 30- AYon.Carur.SaY&nnahGIO3oBri of. UpeDIeI attending d&f1.et ptD01rD. .8aidi4 w4 C trw.iC fY.tawr.f'beQ"I" Monday of March nexten*,improved lot County tax:.AIsCbe*county c:5 .
two third-rate .
Kate Willis Land.tbom> ad! iir tha town -of Coumbu*..(number jiot kaownjblagliigto u :
MUZIZOcIto rwits
suitable vessels :
for: the protee9tof ,the land being an4 J IIIngJt tal4 l&nt1"uel ., .. : John U. Linn. tI" n.a "
search after'Sir Johij Franklin Jifoon 1. cLxAzzD; the Tiz..Ce1Iecwrb WilUaDa 11ick1l1 UMOfIbeL.Jzs _. .aIiJ..i.. J ; !
condition A.3:?.WRIGBT, JOEti 1t
thatihe Government .... ftf Wst.rmaa l' .1 : -.ov .fJ' O' ". W;. 'N;'. 't-t.a.'I 1 .. 'z Gfitlc" Attestor- ::s}
will ledy'rUtonnUnaoce Charles2s p r tj L. q Tax : <
: .1 Apt 24 Sch..H. ; t -- '." -A;'$:BRADDOCK. Ii tI. to ,;7"", mOr-tWi Ccl1td..... c4* cE.Jaa$4 .
,O'J'lC'E .
1t .U ; iJ ed CoOtttor <% '
a :to:the iDoble eattrprUs : .AT.H t qC4.AweIbiTAThtterNoyemberi4 --
"appoU1111 f .. .i Sb.ritb.ndTaX on.etO! I .ZflrniDAiIEPUBUCAN. t4. '. itr1-
1Ta1-otaier5_ to conduct the ;ftltr&tion. ." b11hn: C. TaxonHsIV; Tf(: ., .au C llAtT, l"e1. U,. 1"11' J: ; ,. lW.. I: ?jllLl. .
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THE l "
FLORTD4EPVBTICAN cost of..thousand dollars. Tbe heads of Wes from my tbroat.extended to my head.io that my CAUTION! KXTBA

.. 1)VEWSD *IflUrRsDAy. ATJatksonyIU,1flt I Land Fletcher are of a good size for framing; hearing was'very much impaired. After- taking A' SMI byib. aaae XfLJtff fcaa e nrwitk a FORCrAI4T
The above plates cannot be, purchased at the halta Improved oif r/Towaseafc aafues' W4SmNa .
County, E. p., br theiSarsaparilla a short time.my ront naa the, name of 8.
I stores at less than three dollars each)
; throat 'ia well IJam tree from : _
C.OL1.MBS.DREW. i' and my i now- ; M kls'n m to'put n 'a' SanaoarUla.1'whichther S. : .

% Another Set of 1 Plate* for Clubs. .. cough and tightness of the .chest as ever I was eal) Or.TowaMad's SaruparQUi,MMiataatUi It OVfUVfX WILL1 E.
and hear distinctly.' 'My throat has -r )
can -quite
4 TMKS.: TfcrN! DoSta ;per annum, payable- An entirelyjliitinct offer from Jhat above,.leari Li'; I& rw been well about three,months, the cure of which Orlflaal etc. This Towasead I* ao doctor, and ZSZAa W1.'ZtTEL, PUNULyjr wv

v1on erdern tb Pay4 1 ing subscribers to take their cluii-c of this wide baa been effected entirely by.the. use of your Su- ever was; but was formerly a worker oa railroads, aMls Continues givls

) SnWiptions, notj ld-before the expiration range of premiums-.either the above offers or- saparilla. and the Ilk;T.l he andmes the title of Dr, br the prompt attenilom w ..aprangement -, -,
I *f tht those we now propose. Your friend,, LOUISA R. BE VAN.i purpose of gaining grsdIi lbs whal he Is lot. This Is Waatloa and p tWnUon of eiaimj be'foni ciW *
year, are charged 4.; Every member of a club, or subscriber in } greta or My 'of.jto Extcuthre
any SANDS' SAIIiAPAa1LL.t-SCAILLT Frvra 'ma- Ibe pablle sot to be dMelved, aad pnrehaMOB Detrtm aH
N: Adv rtlsement*will 1&j inserted at the following any other way, shall each be entitled to the four Claims '*
1-This rod Dr.Jtook arising fresi the
T dangerous OLD
ARUKD &? ITS K ROR3 bat the afJflftJfX ORlOJffAL ; Revo1ntion,, Fl
I .' rates tOrne DoDaf per rrau* (of twelve lines) for R following ebuki "btai.t Christ ful Weeping pcriptnral Over plates Jerusalem: "Christ's" qm: ii: alarming affection, which has swept front the stage Towasrad't BamDarilla, having OB it the Old Dr's or.Mexican wirsJrnvalid: | RevoI Uon, *]flj r1d* ,
.t the fir* and Sevpnty-fre Cents for of time so many both at the innocent age of inian.cy ryi
every subsequent "The Two Mary* at the .Sepulchre," and the De, and the more rigorous and mature age of man likeness,'his fcmHy coat of arsas, sad him signaZiIS pay, or Widow)| Pensions,j Naval or Army ,
Insertion. To yeirlyiAdvertiseri "
: a liberal liverance of fit. Peter. aerou the tool of arms. Bounty
antidote IndoffStrip
r hood, ha at length met its bane and | nnder law, ofFehTlF
discount! whiLe to
0 Menu ( by fcenona| publisher. by the powerful influence of this preparation. .A ttZgeofPy
except iaing a running account
a The Lady's Book for 1850 will contain several little of Mr. Wm. Patrick wood-eor- Mileage due tetWnfng VohmUerr iClaimr
grand-child ,2:
with the e-Sce) martWtaild for to tmblieaiion. hundred ,. Horses
: pretioni good engravings. der, was attacked with scarlet fever, which left lost andtifier Property
-f; ; Postmasters end others Clubs will -: dertwytfj Exsi
f : sending
her in dreadful t state;, her body was covered penses Incnrre4
byj olanteera
.1 Persons at a d Unclfcican their oblige us very much by having them all addressed with particles of scarlet eruptions; a. large lump before Mag mn.
govern remittances to one name. It is no inconvenience to them and Jered and rfeeirei :Into tervice '
something like a bile, and at least two inches in 'r'presentation ; Wggdn. is:
for advertising; if the following rates will be a great favor to us. diameter, made Its-appearance on the shoulder, tern and Tesn44r?' 'claims g Monies' sI1 TiW

', One square (Wtlvtl tiV published >!:x months Premiums to the towns tending the. largcs which broke and discharged an almost incredible ., &0.&ti .':{ .-,

fer ; | j. :: ; $10 00Twoaqflarei number of subscribers quantity of most offensive matter; and'from besides the : \ fla'rlnE all
this, a largo quantity was discharged .
: : fr six onths, 1500Kotices The town sending us the largest number of SANDS' SARSAPARILLA.IN ears, of avery offensive character. Almost des of *b> ms, tog thet with the 'ToJii-*

to debtors a i $creditor, 10 00 mail subscribers for 1850 will bo entitled to the pairing of ever stopping the d.isehargethey made and regulation gyienlng the

p A plicatiomfttlettenfefadminibtratlon 500Fer Lady's Book for 1851 g.atis; and the next in nnm- trial SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, which effected ments he different ISr'
her, each subscriber shall receive of the is prepne.j to'nndert n elaifflsTe'f *
tiny one QUART BOTTLES. a complete cure, the child having taking >
announcement of Candidates for office, 5 .00Ne above plates. what kind *'
only one bottle. For the benefit of those suffer socvc ithat may require'tv"J

announcement wii be made unless the same Address L. A. GODEV, FOR. !THE flEMOVt-ND PERMANENT ing from the baneful effects of this horrible disease, \ ofan Agenc .at hs place. ,

lie accompanied tbs amount charged. 112: Chosnut street, Philadelphia, CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr. Patrick will be pleased to inform any personas \ Particular '

Editorial notices far; private benefit will beh jan 17-ly FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF to the correctness of this statement, if they call aUwUJon gireit to the proper iettl r
moat of *
THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE at his residence in Excter-st. near Fawn-st. [Bal 1 1Prfnd Quartena sters accoun ..
>rged double tbe rate Df advertising.
SYSTEM. VIZ timore Sun. Charges tfloaerato; and regulated
: 07 the
Hellions, pbitnary4Ed Marriage notices will "
The following testimonial to the value of claimed, and thejeltent of serrfeei
fce pOlished gratis. |. Scrofula .or f ing's ,evil RlttumaJitm obttinatecutaneovt re the Sarsaparilla, is from the Rev. Luther All commuaie atL iM, to injure
f: 0 CemmMieations mn fee post paid.COMPETJ TUB SUBCRIBEKS ARE MOW PCBLISniSG AN eruption,pmpetor/ puslu'et on the 76 Congregational Minister 101 .VMM-, Jftw Ttrlt City. l be 'iasertion, m jt "
face, blotches. bites, chronic tart eyes, ringworm aged years, postpaid. |;.j dee4-tf, .
.4. .- -----4:; ELEGANT E1GflAVING vrtetterttcaldhea/tenlargement ,and pain of residing at Woburn.WOBUKS OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND L -. -

ALL IO.f ECLIPSED. Of the Death of the KCT. John TVesley.CMGRATtO the bones andjointi, tliibbom vlcert, typhihttctymploms Mass.. March 30th, 1846. THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OF THE Jai V. Bryant;

tUX BTlMDAXl AMf-ElCAS rtazoDIc.&L. IN THE HIGHEST STTLl OF ART.BY tciaticat or lumbago; and ditmsttariring Messrs. Sands:'Gentlemen-From what I hare Genuine Townsend Sarsiptrillx. ATTORXKSijs p
from an wjudidout wr. of mercury, experienced, and from the.information I have Decently COCNSELLOH-JIT-JUW;.
JOHN SARTAIN ESQ aritittt ar 'or imprudence inlift' Old Dr.Townsend Is about 70 of aal Win
drajvy txjntitre received from a number of persons of high now years art attend toiPtifossional business In the CoirW
Grabams Magazine, 185O. AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING a'to, chronic conttitut tonal disorders, &c. respectability who have used your Sarsaparilla, I has long been known at the AUTHOR and"DJSf.OV- Eaatrn-C&ut of Florida, and In thFi4s
OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. 'Flits Medicine has acquired a very extended have not the least doubt but that it is a most rain- XRtR SARSAPARILLA of the ORIOUfJIL Being poor, he WM COMp era! Court loi th* Northern District of FIorid

fYMIE splendid,numb f r'of"Graham'i" for JnnJL Amorg the many good men who have spent .ai. and established reputation wherever able medicine, and that the numerous certificates lled to limit iu raaonfiictar. by which mans it has iAxjo AGENT
% # their lives in the have received of its efficacy are fully sustained been of market and the sales eirenmscribvd U
.. service of their Divine Master you kept out for general Eusai, .fa
uary,has taken the whole country by surprise it has been used based entirely on its own its and Iu the State,i.
few ever exerted a greater influence for good than by experience, and although reputation those only who hud proved Its worth, and known grants and of
high as thin Magiyne baa always stood in did JOHN WESLEY. With high intellect merits, which its superior efficacy has alone utility are very extensive,and stand in no need of value. It had reached the ears of mtny aeverthclMs or selling the donalocs land,, and the 1ocs&.1
literary excellence and pictoml bcantyiu circulation he united sustained. The humble efforts to increase them, I want all, as those persons who had been healed of sore disease,
a gentleness unfortunate tictim of liere- my
and reputation, it %as won already for 1850 disposition which enabled who afflicted disease to become acquainted and saved from death, proclaimed iu excellence and iso ACEST
him are by
at the
same time that he touched the diseasewith
and more abundant laurels in the loud ditary swollen g'ands contracted wonderful
greener valuable medlCin0' for the collectionStates
tender chords with the efficacy and Claims
of the human heart power your the
to conduce the upon UuIts
praise which coiaes frotn every quarter of the sinews, and hones half carious, has been restored HEALING POWER. forsupplies
Miity other
of the .or services
understanding truth and importance of the penrio :
Union ; health and LUTHER WRIGHT. Knowln, many ymrt ego. that be had by his skill (
to The scrofulous! funiiahec
holy precepts of the Gocpcl which he vigor, volunteers, and for horns
The Pint Edition cd the January number is pi oinulgatcd. science and experience, devised an article which would or
already exhausted, antjJe as our supply was And when wo take into consideration that.his patient, covered with, ulcers, loathsome to Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail by A. be of Inenleulnbte advantage to mankind when the liable.other property?.lot j far which the United Statn ,
manifold labours usefulness extended to a himself and his attendants'has been made Chemists 100( means would be furnished to bring it Into universal
thought to hare becn.sand A SECOND' EDITION pe B, & I). SANDS, Druggists and Addrew
riod of than half when Its inmtlmable virtue would l lie knows Jackscfttille. East Florida.Pliillp
more notice .
a century-that the ,
oftqval deganct *i new 'in frtts. The vnst increase whole during whole. Hundreds of persons, who had! Fulton st., corner of William, New York. Sold and appreciated. This time has come tbe means are -
outs heretofore f unparalleled list of sub period an unerring course of rectitude was also throughout the United
manifested in bis walk groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous by Druggists generally applied; thl '
and conversation
scribers, enables the pbflshers to promise their -we;cease and State and Canadas. Price $1 per Bottle; six ORAXD iNn UXF.QUJtr.LET PREF.tlZtTlOAIs Prazer.
readers a succession of members of beauty and excellence to wonder at the very high degree of estimation glandular disorders, chronic rheumatism, Bottles for S5. manufactured on the largest scale, and i Is called fin ATTORNE&I OUNSELLOa AT LAW
such as can be equalled by no periodical with which his memory i is cherished, not only by and many other complaints springing from a For sale in Jacksonville by throughout the length and breadth of the land especial ,

in the .world. the members of the denomination, to the npbuildiag derangement of the secretive organs and the nov29 J. FOXMAX. ly as it Is found incapable of degeneration or dctorioia JAO4NVILLE, 1LL

Those who hve alrcacV seen the Janr.nrr number of which his untiring energy and exemplary circulation hare been raised it from Boa.Uallke WiU atteni'to ly professional business entnut-
need no assurances of ite excellence ; and for piety so much contributed, but by the truly pious as were St. Augustine, P. C. ZYLSTKA: S. PCLESTOX, young S. T.Townsend's. it Improve with aft, ccl to him m c''furta' of the Eastern Circuit.
of sect. the rack disease and with lad never changes, but flu the better; because it I* >
every now, J. U. and the
regenerated MonticelloLEwi & AMES, Tallahassee; Supreme i ]oart
those who hare not, weiprcfer affording the unprejudiced ..Tke at Tallahaaiee. He has
pared en tcintiJU princrplti by a ttintift wee.
and unsolicited pra;&e of others. The The death V.cscy was perfecMy con'ona constitutions, gladly testify to the efficacy rlDRiCKSON Jc Co., Savannah.JACKSOXVILLK highest knowledge ofChFmUtiy.and the latest discoveries also such an-advantageous connection with a-

press from one end of tie. country to the othir with the even rectitude of his protractrd life, and of this inestimable preparation. The testimony of the art have all been brought Into requisition lathe able Lawyer it mshington city, as will ensure

cboes.the public yoke'!> pronouncing Graham'sMagazine adds another to the many" proofs that the "end of of those.Avho have been cured its ACADEMT. minnfHetnre of the Old Dr's Sanapanlla. The Barsaparilla a prompt and: pe the good man is pence. The closing scene of the by U is well known to medical coauios bo
men. idhis
ahten rrait. may placed
to be Ujo and most beautiful ] haada
that has d issued in periodical life; of tl.is venerable man is the one which Mr. use. with their residence?, has been published T IllS Institution will be opened on the first many medicinal properties and some properties which rotates. }' against the United

For ourselves, secure f ver taXlie n -faith ofjcctof from time to time;: and were it desirable, a Monday in June next, at 9 o'clock, A. M., are Inert or useless, and others, which if retained la sept. 1, l3491yj
his beautiful painting faithful of which in JACKSONVILLE, East Florida. preparing it for nte, produce ftrmntatio and ftU
of the
subscribers WA lauj$ at t, as well as
puny efforts competition ai ound us. Every attemptte woi'ld Lc a memento which thousands, would thought wish could, be brought forward, proving most of young Lads and Misses, whore they of Sarsaparilla are so retails, that they entirely Speiic & Baker

thfe'Lioij'sipHrh, l ly our imitators. I to lave famcd, and hung in the parlour. Inor conclusively its inestimable value. The afflicted will be instructed in the elementary and higher evaporate and are lost la the preparation, if they are not ,
Vhic'i.iCouJd be up preserved by a teintiJU known only to those ATtOiEyg
produces a nar discoMfittiv to jroeut AT LAW
,! to enable such and those who have used this branches of an English and classical education, ,
short ofthe'im4st brazen r as desire to do this to gratify not experienced la its maunlactuie. Moreover these att-
any thing lrteIkiou.S their dosireg, Mr. S'artain, who Elands at the head medicine, are invited to make a trial of its and young men will be fitted for College or for frineiplii,, which fly off in vapor, or as an exhalation 'Ja4nviZle, RiL,

KK\V AND SPttNWD rIEMIrn. of his profession in the United Stete has beenengaged virtues and to themselves the professional life in the Latin and Greek classics, under heat, are the very tittntiul mi4icl frtptr- Will practice in the several Courts in tie EasUern
". to this appropriate and in the philosophical and mathematical ci- sit of the root, which give to it all iu value.
VTiiK FIKST rHAYnR, a large and tp1endil engrave elegant picture in hi. benefits which Circuit of Florida in the U.S.District Comrt.
bust and it alone can bestow. ences. Any person can boil or slew the'mot till they get a '
style ,
xnetxotint rite rtlving upon an extensive patron- .Northern District
engraving iiiaLing: n mo.-t exqui- dark colored liquid which is more from the Coloring >Florida; the Supreme Court
eke picture for pKvlor oti!tn
$3 subscriber. This racmluu u far suj erior to desire it need be without it. TLc Engraviig is of TION." THE yEAR will be divided into four quarters, then strain this insipid or vapid liquid sweeten with and the!Departments of the Government al

any offered elsewhere. v al.irj? size suitable for framing, and will be of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca soar molasses, and then call -8AR3APAEILLA Washington.i it* # -

rr.TIITZ cnoicr. printed a very oa superior the best manner quality, eaeh of heavy impression plats pnrer.in The attention of the reader is called to the tions. The day will have two sessions : the first, known EXTRACT a* theGENUINE or SYUUP. Cut such is not the article J. JIcRoBKRt'pAtes. S. Snnczt..,

For Ttiift DaPurtn\ advance (j ar moTy in ell the beauties of a/i>/ class]>mf, presorting and follow ing astonishing cure, effected by the from 9 to 12 5l., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S Sept.64! i f '
will be to
the State from hich it is remitted,) o.e coj.y of will be furnished at use of Sands' Sarsaparilla: M. Wednesday mornings appointed SARSAPARILLA.!
and declamation
exercises in English composition
Graham and a of:a- This Is that all the Inert of 11AKEfl ;
cry THE FOLLOWING r6UALLT LOW FRTClS. This is to certify that I hare a colored woman After the first term, no pupil will be received, 10 prepared first properties the IicLlivli.u
LARGE AJs'O MAtJMriCENT PRINT, 1 Copy, 2 501 7 Coriea $12 Of) who has been afflicted for the last five years with except at or near the beginning of the session, of Saruparilla becoming root acid are or of fermentation every, 1s extracted thIns capable and E. F.COMMISSIOSJC .,

distinguished engrarer, and TrLith may be 3 ("o1iiog i C 001 13 Copies, 20 00 .Scrofula, and all the remedies I used bad no effect and no pupil for less than one term rejected; then every particle medical virtue 1 la secured 09 DEEDS Alabama,Georgia,;

considered oce of the iniot beautiful Fpfrimens oi 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS in arresting the progress of the complaint: on the Board will be provided in Town at reasonable la a pure and concentrated form; and thus U is rendered South Caroling; Nth Carolina, Virginia,Maine
she rates month for pupils from the country and Incapable of losing of iu valuable and
art ever presenteil by nay magazine itiiblfcher. contrary, constantly grew worse; and after per ; any healing Connecticut
And also, a new m
for framing, of a.trat-rci'S'u'.jcct, by sending together and forming club, con obtain be.'idfti' uiting other popular remedies,without success themselves of the facilities of this Institution, for powerful agent ia the 1.135 jl|{ ly-
tLi? Most impressive picture atJify till the disease had eaten away the'eartilage the education of their children and others?may be Cure of inuumerable diseases. ; _

"BEARING. riic AVIt 10 inn TOMB, ( dollar aud oflic-r nose, made its appearance on various parts assured that no exertion will be spared to ensure Hence the reason why we ,hear commendations nn J. tf.. IANDE1LSON,
*> one
a half a !. !
preparad exprewfy end i t a very li.'avy cost, as n copy. of her body, and had finally commenced its ravages the health, comfort and progress in knowledge of every side In Iu fhvor by men, women,and children.We .
flnd it wonder in the of COCSSEtLOR
doing ATTORNEt.Ajj
Premium Gift <<> new :fubscriVi:! to Gruhnin' Sun. nnrling the bed of the dying patriarch ore in the roof of her month. all who may be entrusted to tho care of the PrincipaL cure AT LAW,

4 Magazine. Or, dc-iref, wo ivlll furnish in lien ; uiiietriMi figures, representing the following poren In this dreadful situation, with the prospect of KUFUS K. tfEWALL, COJfSUMPTlOJf.DYSPEPSlJI and In RHKUMATISM., and LirZR SCROrUI COMriJlIttT H AVING removed his* office from Columbia

of either of the atoveprftts.a coini-ltte of'u.- ( *, 'of many of whom accurate POrtraits are giv death staring her in the face, I stated her Principal. PI!. ;:s, COSTirrJfKSS. all CUT.UfEOVS CRUF Count J.to Jacksonville, Daval County
: k mezzotint portrait of tl!'* i t'n. fr.j originals of great rarity.) i case to L'r. Iheojwar, the agent for Sands' Sar- nCJf8.fIJHFLKSBl.OCrUESM } ev. IV.inD DICKINSON.Ucv. srparilla in Newbern, .North Carolina arising from with Kin. So the practice of Law his
; AMERICAS IICB'OCS O'-TIIH LATE WAS.V1TI! JOSEPJI r Jacksonville Female Institute. brother S. Wi' iil -
I whoia I was advised to use that article; and to IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.It (DERSOJ
, > ?. ,4Ico; I 5rs.! ( !ieiftL WESLEY.r my surprise and that of my neighbors, to whom possesses a marvellous! efficacy la all complaints art The firm witf.be Represented at each and every

for Fi're ZoP tri.Tw| D .j5r far ore ypr.aiij !j*. SARAH WERLEV.JcT. her cn o was known, after using four and a half Committee of Direction has adopted slag from fmtiftitit*. from .lciiitg.flts Stamttk from Term of tbe Citcail't ourt in the several Cooatie*
# j : THOMAS KAXKI.X. THE Unequal circulation determination of blood to the head, of the Eastern '.Judicial Circuit
f the IVintx to rath Wribcr. bottles the was restored to perfect health, and that following regulations: : ,, County, of
a copy > t} v iiir.r T4.-.THEt YXN .u.OfilZR '. palpitation of the heart, cold feet and hands cold thills Hamilton in **e Middle Circuit the
in the of three weeks, and was able to The Scholastic tear is to consist of four term Supreme
For 7>nA// Five O.pie? for one on.la spice work
ffX year and hot flashes over the body. It has not iu equal InCtldi
eopy-of the Magazine the J'irnater! or per-i i Miss liiTcmc, afterwards ilrs. MUCTIIEC.: !iu t w9 wvvk* from the time the commenced taking of eleven weeks each. and Cffkt ; and promotes easy expectoration Court at Tallaia fe, and the U. ? Court at *l;

wj forming the Club, jnid eitbrr of the! above 1ev. J.aEs 1tOEII. it. Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic and gentle perspiration, relaxing stricture of the lang Augustine. A3 biness eatrusted to their ear

I'riBt. or a set of IVrtrait.' to cat-h FubReril.cr.For Ma.or! JAMES RocET.S, a cbiM seven years of In witness of the truth of this statement I have per term, $4. The above, with Englwb throat, and every other part will receive pnimptitUention. ',.
Itcenty X/filars! $ EKvon tVipies for on< i *z*. the only person now living who was then he.ountoafixed! iny name, this ISHh day of Sept. Grammar and Geography, per term, $a. The Bat in nothing isiu excellence more manifestly seeaad Address-J.. FJ& S. W. SAXDIKSOJI, Jacksonrtlle _-.
I present.I .branches of English % acknowledged thin in all kinds and st gee ot Dutai C'oiWy, Florida.
ycsr.anti a COJIy ofeithe? of the Prints, or a pet oSth i,47. above, with the higher an
Portraits to each Eutacrilier, and a c >pv of t he I Kcv. JAMES ..CitniCHTov.I JOSEPH McCOTTER, J. p.. education, embracing Algebra, Geometry, History FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It Jacksonville; Jau 17, 1850. ff
flv. ALES.DIK ilATHKK. Botany works wonders in eases of fixer .Mtm or JniUi, .
I natural mental and moral Philosophy,
the -
'o'ttniternr ,
the ,
Magazine to m M-ndlng ,
p.-T Mouth of Neuse
I'OJIEKT C. I5RACKEBiRT.IiCV River, Craven Co., N. C. Rhetoric fUlntffftkt Womb Obitrtetid Sn rit.t. or PunfutMnta
of of the l.rc Prints Geology, Astronomy, "
Club '
acopy cucji a 1 an Chemistry menstrual and SCOURLNGi
of the the
.1oir I1iO/LI.3ExT. Evidences of Christianity term, Jrrtfutarity perindf DYING j XD :
additional prcraiinn. Logic, and like and I Is effectual la all the fora of lid
be to the Treasurer
Each to paid ,
quarter ESTABLI S H
31 E
Dutttt. K.TJ,
8SS For the.'ccnrtififnrc' (f tits fvrmhis Kev. GEORGE WHITFIELD.Kev. in advance. n.y By removing obstraetloBS. and regalating the general-

Clubs in connection v.lk other! PuMieaticntvt JOXATHAX KDMOVSOV. The Scholars will be under the careful instruction system, U give tone and strength to the ,whole body, No. 73 OJUt STREET/ '

will tend | Jo ;\ HORTOX, Ewi.. one of the Executors off' Thi? cure was effected in July, 1844; of an experienced Female Teacher.f and thai cures all Cirms of (REAR Of; T3IE COURT HOUSE,)'

Ofl copy of the J.tajraiy'.c and (>neof the Saturday -I Jlr.\VE' i.EY'sWiH. there have been no symptoms of a return, Provision has been made for instruction in Latin Nervous diseases and debility, '
| Dr. JOHX AVHiTEHEAn, Jlr. "WistET's 1'Lvsician French and Drawing, and Music, and thas relieve of other SAANAH GEOjRETURNfthithanks
Evening Post, furfur Do'krs.Oieefthe and her health still continues good, July, Painting preveau or a great variety
and Biographer.A will be made. maladies as Spinal rrriutit, Jfnrulfiit ruSe
Magazine an-l Two of the Post for 184$ for which additional charges : _
Fire Italian. Medical Assistant to Dr. AVHITETIEAD. : The first term commences on the 8th of October Dance, Stnniuf, Kpittfti* Fill Cntfltun*. tie.It ALEx4IEu GALLOWAY;
Aiw. KM k, July 23, l34l cleanses the blond excites the liver to healthy an-
Three copies of the Magazine and Four of the Agents, for the sale of this fine work of art, arc next* ttoa,'tones the stomath. and gives good digeation, relieves :: to his'friends*for'tne
Post for Ten Dallart.i wanted in every part theUnitcd States. For fMc w. SANDS:-Gentlemen-I consider it but Applications for admission are to be made to the bowels of torpor and constipation allay la- : since he eommencej

Four copies of the Magazine. and Two of the Post fiulhcr particulars, address an act justice to yon to state the following the Committee of Direction.J. amaiaUon purifies the skin equalises the circulation business ia thii citn 1832, and would state to his

: for 3>* D Six copies of Ibe Magtuuc ad xe; of the Pott ilethoriist Hook Store, No. 40 Xorth Fourth the core of an obstinate CASCESOTS ULCEB on Dr. II. D. HOLLAND, the body and the insensible penpiratio; relaxes all late visit London'Atd Scotland,he has acquired
.for.7'weily Dollar Atrect, l'hiladell.hia. niv. breast.j A.M. REED, strictures and tightness, removes all obstructions and various with-
improvepeifa? connected
I Committee of Direction. Invigorates the entire nervous system.- Is not this thea ,
orriik This Elegant Engraving will Tie fiirni.l fd. j I wa attended eighteen'months by a regular DYING
medicine !
whoe.ale! and retail, by the JlIethrNlist Book Ks- j and skilful physician,assisted by the advice, and Rev. SWART, Tittuwrtr. yon pre-eminently CLEANING,,,
The Port Office of ant town in the I'uion,from taMishincnt, 200 Mulberry St., New York and j counsel of one of our most able and experienced Jacksonville July 7,1349. But can any of these things be aid of 9.P.Tewnsend's which be i trust*jwiJl'fenablo him to give .geenl
which we shall reeoivc tb. preiiU number of subscribers \ by their Agents throughout the United Statt-s., surgeons, without the least benefit:whatever.All .- bferiorartielel This vomit man's liquid is not to t* satisfaction toaU who many pleaae.to
to MGrahnmV l.iaziiie :' the the various methods '- COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.b '
during TLp piirthawrs of this Engraving will of'treating cancer were their patroi'.agf. .
year between the! first oTJanitary, 1SCO. and the heir in mind tliat this Plate has been please resorted to; for fire weeks in succession my breast Mrs. A. M. MAXEY of one GRAND FACT. tht the one is L\CA Ladies' silk axsd vtfjolen Dresser Shawb-to.x: ,

first of Jannanr, 131, (the Mcgazinc to be mailed Mr. Siirtaia exprewly for this edition engraved, and that by waa burned with caustic three' times a toy and fH\\KES thia method to announce to the .pnbS. PABLE of DETERIOR ATIO\ and cleaned and dyed various colors,' so as to giro go4satisfaction.

t6 tneh Port ClOicc, or ( subscribers through it.) the impressions will,therefore, bo all of the first for six it was daily syringed with a week solution *lie"that she will keep open her Bo rding- NEVER SPOILS. .' Tubl 'Covers cleaned or dyed as

4 shall be entitled to a eontinpaneo of the whole Vr, n.4 not such as are taken from secondhand or- of nitric acid, and the cavity internal ulcer was house during tho winter for the reception ot while the other DOES ; gonstn,. fermntinr, and Urmg may bo require G n tie men's! ganaens renovated
number subscriptions''gratuitously for one year Kntfi-Jt Maltt. so large that it held over an ounce of tbe solution. Boarders and for tne accommodation of strangers \ the kttUti containing it into fragments; the soar,acid in the same good ate an formerly, so as not to'Ce
aftef the expiratt of the year for which the eu>>- [The doctor probed the nicer and .examined the or traveller generally. Grateful for the very literal liquid this horrible exploding and damaging other goods: Must not surpassed by any dine at the North, or'dyed as

$ scriptions shall have betft paid. bone, and raid the disease was advancing rapidly ) patronage hitherto extended to.her, she will what i acid compound fat.a be poisonous dUUSed to the system 1- may be required. Ladies' bonnet iiyed wek;
spteus alrscdy si& acid I
The Magazine will W continued on, either to j "1 sun -Rflii,and deem nothing n hich relates to to the lungs, and if I did not get speedy relief by spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her What cause Dyspepsia but acid 1 .Do we not all know cleaned andpraweiin a superior style.Ladies'
I the subscribers themsclv*', o? to the agent through ] man foreign to my feelings." roediefcc or by an'operation, the remit would be house is commodious, and situated in a pleasant that when food sours la our stomachs,what mlsehieft and GcntlemacVKSd Glove;aleaned after tb*

whom we may rewire ,lV orders for quantities, j jH3 fatal; I was advised to have the breast lad open part.of the town.Jacksonville It produces 1 flaralenee, heartburn palpitation of- the most approved London fashion... '
Ul whom the pack*re or packages may be directed Youth A l1Ton hood. and the bones examined; but finding'no relief Oct. 11,1349.MAGNOLIA hearVHvei complain V dlarrhoa, dysenterr. coll,and Mr. HI. K11L tas
or to both, if ere cbould be both in the I ;A VIGOR qUS LIFE, from what had been done,' and feeling I was rap eomptioo of the blood 1 What Is Scrofula but an.add above; been appointed Agent forth
humor In the body! ::What produces al! the honor establishment, and will attend to the
Mia town.ajj the cane m y I.e. mm OR APrcwatare idly goting worse, I almost despaired 'of reco,.
&:Y- Postire *u all hiitn ti> be ire-paid. Address Death' cry, and considered my .cszonearly hope HOUSE, which bring on Eruption of the ekin, Scald Head,8alt reception and delivery ot work ia Jackson.ville.and
less. Rhenm, Erysipelas, White Swellings Fever Bore. and he; surronndinj: cofaitrr..* Terms moderate.1March
all Internal and '
ST. AUGUSTINE. nleeraOons external 1 It Isnothlag na- 21 1SSO. >
Feb. 21. ; 93 (Jhewiut St., Philadelphia.GODKTS KINKELJN ON SELF rRESERVATION.Ollljr Seeing various testimonials and ,certificates of Or heaven bat an acid inbstanee,which sense,aadthu -

.. %$.. Cent*. euro by the use of SANDS' SABSAFABILLA, in cases FTJIIIS yell known establishment has oj spoils an the.flnld of the body, more or leaay. What '
LADtfS LOOK FOR 1850. similar to my own, I concluded to try a-few bottles iI late undergone thorough repairs,and causes Rheumatism bit a sour or acid Hold, which laslautte NEW :RB$ TORATIV
T'ThTs Pook JOB t published, is filled, with useful several of which used but from Itself between the and
i _j_ were the long n ia now reopened for the reception of cornIany. Joints elsewhere Irritating BOWLING ALL Y 'BltEIAHD
_. information, on the infirmities and diseases deep-watj-d character of my disease,. produced no and Inflaming the delicate 'tissues upon which It 1 SALOON,
Comparison. between? GoJey and the other of'the Oenerative Orennx.- addresses. itself very (Tuciiled change: Considering asthe only The well earne'd reputation which. this House act*1 80 of nervous diseases, of Impurity ef the blood, 1-f:V &.C.-- : --- \--J
JIIont1Jie. alike -YOUTH, MANHOOD aqd OLD AGE for I of deranged,cIrculations nearly aU the allmeai*
.P/ziMdda probable cure my case, persevered until thediea.it has it is the intention of the .
acquired, which
present afflict human
proprietor nature. TffWE SUBSCRJL J iJERbjujust openeionrBAT
To all who oe.suffer
apprehend under the. dire cured. It is
was entirely "
now eleven
I'Njl84 lhe tadys Rack ;are 916 page*,which conxoqneneea ol early or prolonged discretions monMix' since the cure was completed over there to sustain. i* .Now U It not horrible to make and sell,and rajEatitivw ; STaLEr, :Nor side,one door.from, the.cor
than and H6 than the ; is not 1 Every v accommodation1' be extended ito .rn to me this -
I.,, I: oe more to all who feel {he exhaustive effoct of-8edonto the ncr of Libertystreet! a.RcsTOZATrvx'B<7wuna
wtLl He Zil > slightest appearance of a return J therefore7'roiou'L'e guests.-' Invalids,* travellers, and others wilL find SOURING, FERMENTINO ACID"COMPOUND"
otb FitiUdelphi $ gate cu- will baneful habits-to' all who in addition to the ; Aujcr, and 1ItL1D SALOON. The Establish
ga,1 ;.org.hiel'were twenty colored, andninetythree ry rnYse:1vEr.L: and cure entirely"ef this house desirable; It is titnated facing the souths OF S. TOWNSEND, meat has been fitted entirely new,.andis
Jccluairjg physical are be victims of SAESAPARILLA up open
fected Jig
ner- I took
f uTpage- twbich is 1U({ more than volts and mental energy and of medinc Icnzd duranthe, tit no other with dark piaiias'175 'feet' long, with court yard and yet he would rain have it anderstoodthat Old Dr.Ja-, for the receptioAoi ifitors at the SLsuaJhoura
debility < moping and melancholy !- of any time iwas
,I. on* and,WO MOIW tnan..h other.GocfcVs lntrofltaud'protocted from northeast winds.. The rob TAwnsend Onuint Originut SartnriUlMa litITATIO7H '
Ii Idyf Hoctofor 1820 thall surpass that despondency. Dr. K. would say-!" ii, hare take4 rooms are eligibly situated; large, and> airyr the oThl*Inferior preparation : ., a V ; !1IEflAfl ,

.*t :. of 1M4 exceed aft mn atines, patt, prcec-at, READ THIS BOOK. J'leare exou8e this long 4cfeoJ anow1edg.'' building fixtures,&o.,,being new,The louse,built A .leaven,forbid that wa should deal in an article width has bcensnpplted 41th.the choicest Uqnors. and
The valuable wetwhIebItbink it rny duty ,io make. (our of wood is lathed &c. would bear the most distant resemblance to'8.P.Tow beverages su1te'ty' palaM 'win W
t9mSL 4in advice and impressive warning.it valuable and plastered, In a word, it sen1* trtiehl,led which should prepared
bring down- the
.1TV7nP.rCa4 .(tfcanu_postage;paid.; gives, will prevent years of, misery and suffering, of divzne'.Providexzce fibrsapariUa, wbeunothing mo, with the 4se blessing couk' js'built expejsly for< the purpose ,?- ? Old Dr.such a mountain load eomplalnu and upon crimlaa j with desatch .:Th elkados'' tha8eaao*Trill
and save annually Thousands of Lives.ParcnU aci I tee1myelf under ; ,a With jtbemany advantages combined, tlMfpre- lions from A ten u who have soIoT and nnrehMers who be&talLtiaesipid.
XAOKiriCEaY A2nlkxrc.xsivE PREMII:MS.fifccnfcri by reading it, will learn bow to prevent : I lasting OOllgaUOnS tO-JO .. pcoprietresSj.Mrsw;payis assures.those patronUing have"Wed wusendvEZNTINGcost' Tho4WardTabX.; .
the destruction of their children.' taymany..things cannot:wrL J T t j hound pOtn.ft :."; '_ .- -' -
t 'Cb 'Subscribers the thAt be exertions will, be, to -
ct or single
: $ m'i Wyf IBYIv? liuiet afliictedas Ihave '" Wewlsh tnal Has been tedejressyJe i $, ,,.,._
07 remittance of?? cent-enclosed in k'ht- Y-rjTT pleased Very respectfully, t indentood beeave It U tin iinl *t ,
: M.*V mdjjltMOU dij&rerit.Engravings.. to-j addressed to DR KINKELI "Nrr\V.1 been, to call upon me.and 1 will satisfy them fully .Thl1'KOPflIETOR. thai 8.:P.To wnjead's article and Old Jacob-Town is of the most beantifal txautruetioo."'" ,'with airaad

*sOiMIV om year tfree dollars, with.any two of TIIIHD & U-\TION.. Street.between, corner of the. truth as.stated; above, ;an4 many other 4 L.J1fr wad's flanaparUia are feewirwMc tpcrt.m4 tajW f India rubber eusaiois.; .
fU.wingijIozi4dprmium plate"Doatb things in reference to the case. r r r fiuimiLtr i that .they.are unlike ia every particular The flqwllnr 'lni Dd'I.flh
Sproee&riBe.THILADELPHlA, will ensure a ; it *- -.-, havlnrnolrmeilnile- hrnriiJeoramoB.r l'As -* i 1.> Ill's.1 it v-r-i; --i .
Bed of the Rer. John EVcbtoy:" Wesley" Freachiiaplutheatre book, under envelope, per return of mail: ,1, *'ANCYJ.; MiiiLEB s 8. r.Townseod ls BO doctor,aad,ocvsr'Waa. la aft Arealsojast from.t. workman,;and?every'009- -
lar 4- tb.'Owenapy' ; '.' tmerica 2lSS lIii'aiietreet.t
FIFTEEN YEARS .tJt.i,1't chemist,no poannatentist knows no more medicine oiencejorthe ente4umeilt4fl4coUifoft tnet.hMbeuiiruv1dedP .
;iL4M Visdom; ;?'Gen. Taylor and Old < -( *- **. t-'. tb t, iT f t,; er disease than any other common,nnseientfle.unprofessional $.
47-1'UkIne Bfth, Her.John: Wesley;" of extensive and nniutemipted'practice spent in 8 v JDS' CELEBRATED &APAELi.-.I'bsex.l IN PURSUANCE efCplJeereeof the Circuit1 nag, what JMNMUM can the pnbHc-kavi that "I eordlally inviw tt*pnblio to eaO- TU"Oto; Establishment
''Do.: 4liIs o-1boret.tb&flev.: John Fletcher:" this city bare rendered Dr.'Ki.the; most expeit ocllent compound, which 1s ereatiqg such a' nnUrersal .u. Court of Str John's County, made at the'Jasl; they are receiving a leonine scientific medicine, eonialnlnIL urthtbetht-I shall
the' last two'thoughseparate engravings, ;we and successful practitioner far and .nearf in ,the interest throughout the eouatry.has made mberPerxntheandx. in the '-Arredoado the virtues efthe articles used la-preparlnilcthd effort to contribute W .beir reeration.sS. ipara..
0' count,af .only one prciiium, treatment of aU diseases of; A private. nature,- Uswty successfully into the favor of Qan citizen irant belonging to the Estate : LXVoe9plcs: for]"fire aollatt, and any two 'of the Persons afflicted' with nlcers upon the body, throat and the people around us t Wr hq.ve.read. again are held for sale. **., '.der' them AGENTS of Disease Initaad .health. '

4 (yiprintf to each>!o criber. or legs, pains In the head or. bones,. mercurialrheumatism. and again of tire efficacy of,tUs valuable) medUciaerbut rFon descriptions of-.the number of' saidjlands, aotbloi ut'whata1s.eomparaUvely should of beexpeeted medlclae Mm or dUcase OB*who t knows It .
rtqnlreaa -
,jLv.copies forte 'doflars, and an extra copy of .- strictures,, eravcl.disease) ,.arising not until recently have we bad 'any reetenoemaybebadto.the printed decree. j. ( non of some experience to cook and serve ip DRUGSHEMlGALS"&e.r' .
I Any tw&VtLe above eograviogs from youthful excesses'or Impurities of the blood,, jBositrre prootwhioh could Jnducem to speafc -Proposals for par chose mast b.addreise4 toir even a eonmoa decent meat.- How witch atore irapoc -' -- a *
'i .- whereby.tbe constitution has:)becoinfl'Enfeebled, Ia4rly.of;t. Bnt, from faoUinnnrjpoiseiaion, we & r .'jC.iA; M.MITCHELL, ,; malls It that ih persons who maaniture mediciat
f ; l. 'z;! CO$5 fcr tf nty hollars,"and 'anTti are* all treated with suoceis;;',,' ', *- *' are now-well oonrinced tbf Vwithout-anycexcepi v.t Special Master*Ocala, Marion Ctf,, Fa.; "."dctlfnedrdr'' *. : *' 4f 1'11TSTCWI3DItUG IT UId

;' f2p1eIook *1id1Iuyhree| of the above eu- He who places! himself nnder the'care! otDr.JW tjon, fUithe;8 EST,< TUWSAWprr, and BEst ( Febmusry2fth- *OXI\.. ''_ AM. : 'wxAX1 rrOiricas AKB xafyxxtuorsTtnext1k icocj JRCffANT.d31l

p 1. !ib Irsoeeujing the Club.Ti may religiously confide in his honor as a' pentW compound ever offered to the publicfocAhe icursof s--c' '. .J'i : I bow well Iheteedieal properttea of pl auHu.. : JKtEJE&: & Ooree

t >-dollars in adrance, man, and Confidently rely upon his skill as aphysijuian all chronic diseases; rhenmftUra"aid"croTalaI CST DECEIVED'A LARGE AND.Et Hat waaoef-of securing and concentntiof heaUac, I4P ft1olIoi
l 1 and all impurities 'of .the-blood, togethrjritb IM'. wortmejrt'of iflUUtltietenstve knowledge ef the various*>-
>a'entitled to ;: tgarit, = e i ,r.- ,-. SsiiTwh afect-tha hunin
4 many other complaints.dii t. as* '*
fahe&boTett&ratngs. ._; tv letter (iiost-iid,) n4 be cured it 6mePACKAWS : 4t has aoUong been rcmarke4bstbaga-l it I2Ftcy,1: ; : { ANJ i lt>ao STAPLE"ir.j jjjt Nmadi.ibe4hsie. If Is to arrest rraadi dIxeaseiL upon'W-niiVorrint tt to,., .. Gld3sware'etrunwt7'Paten, : *

.a oosu I Moidnd isti i-d offerzi. of.IECl1jES.; .DIaEC one "nostrums and nostrum.rend4rs.V-:Jwe DkY.GOODS $ ; : ; I balrtlawwenndedhumanityl ri (JI hopt I la Lbs w.w de- HavIng .peaed a N4SLoye No.2M Usriiel* ,

} ranccjtcn- -eopcs! of the 'IO.NS&4forwarded by eendinr remlttancel hardly dare recommend* valuable discovery in Now openj and'ofrere'for safe istbo.om. to reuor hesJtbi'M* blooio, and.Tljor wAs *? MMilne -
;ril'A .w b-bt; u31cnDyofeitber tt and put np secure from from DAMAGE OR CU. the Medifial neelest.1wej smi4raite6uY-TofiJ at, moderate price; Into the crashed and brutes and to kanbh that ;we respseiJeos4teouutry.du1eysac
41p1. nlflcentr1M* ictjttj eaeh irabscri, RioMTY. --* :; tatlon for in weUulity and consiatetfoyi Jkuf lit this The examfne1 biioHra/fespectfnllyrtnvit| dito call and OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND' htf OQGtti** and 'OnniWgo

4n4M t f.li&Lafs Book and Oty-BoekBel5ew New AgentsTedlaf tin -
g and- fathers eupplJed with the above which- we, have made &li l ve/i ija lji i.l-ifi ,*|'-Jacklonvillc-jmiHF-miiitf __<'iiyfc, Feb.a_, j--28,185&AiIttu._,---'c.t t1rrTfSJjrfri .E Grand euclid to U-tb I3agt4 4.11 tbea.Pmugs .
f 4 rates; t S 1b-1Li4 fft. 'i LBartfo d ItfTi Wp $.% t'-awJcjjUs ,r Ttneaytf; any

AFQAJ4rtyA9D4 q .wl1scn4 ten cop ci of tb : cpI, 1 44 RECEIVED.-STILL LATExt wlthlrt the raaduaadlu, knowledge of all who fled' other lipiuC ,iu iIe4Y'an&to itWUHXIto
.G. .ttaattaey may lewa and know by Jorral experlenM,
f th It.ToKiBWxrsaiuw-l JSv '
: :j above'en4 --JACILONViLLE-AOADEUT. .- jr it-H+ t.xt. cxIt JO 4Mvi i : spatch515W; JiHyi'| ** i i* <**'

PTIE8ECOND >TERU< f t!>tf n UatloB ?$ %p Mr>cf %}%* g r'tq Transcendent.Power to Heal.r, 'Chiorther or1 iWb a ';rteu rJ>hl

a J4JjPoQkfryflr4 & will commence on-Monday next;September rejeiredfrQin j3y9awhdsiavtwn: ? UMMEH CUlNG' Frintlpal!.ouiint.1 N, T City clan, ,itnin.
wk-Ator4l M.J'Whed afflicted several years with'ScrofuIounUlcety quality of all srticIrsuU sUheIv estiblitlimeaL4jnIr7
: I. xo/i&t9bV ti-BtSB K :.
tyymentisc.iixd rttrictly k*"edcaic Dyppeimia/jKC.-.ftna ERNAKDK ,
f C u1kth.bsdeLAwJci1 r qz&t&Ii# *aqp6rtra Hisses Wreeeirod-for tel'period of 11 week* t aS *. *- recently t ,- an.afiection. Aug.23Litt Jak TiflrD mersnt )rio: w&.iW4o; kcossi,4gwtscr
(vw_ 1nea&teiin Ute ftH Iuthg -' "
4)3 --- r't .: Fasnily tdlsf ,
4 LMIiupdJd$* Ft. "*;? ;;* U1O2S9d ,n1teealng1 lV1tIflgrfbJjiia4 Ortlidgra- s .r C (steadard and-pu1 rmedIeSOI'Wrd iirddnsst

five hundred ddflars engrave It. "AJneTICI pb', : .tul ,zi o .M m v AIt.. ft I), flucpgi, Bsfore Itha : ;'.. 1 i
; $ very large line e gral 1bww1Lbt4gby and History'SOD 4izOfficao/Oie, .oMiig
A _.., -. -.. nondred dullars Thew,?with Englisli: < raTnm r>aad Natural most paat'expretsiM iourrspuilarny inyzrog sortnts* were, "cthiIre1 p"t vflWT.'lS V '>P TCTlT'

'1 4 tbengrve; schner4jffaxiorsAd Old! WKUy? il< c *icclud dv v.-jt-io Wm .600Auj soempletey .1AU1be ZUTertll,, i13..iZdR1DAEPttHUe4y ,4i ot1'S
Jest received
for saLe t
II OflC of the 1arcd t ( 'V7krpriuti, sit SEWALLPrIcIj. ;, tne lowest

; ll1 ID eera're4 rui ,,a czbaI at 90-tf I above a whisper; and be4es, jhe infltomation AprIl vip' 4. pjcex.r tf M.v'-XIEL.' neatly r and sritiop'promptly:of executed"Jo riii.wiu this office '**Scpt ** *sy r'* "' 'ffiil ofvhif.I .

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