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: June 13, 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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Pt 'l'OkTa21ZZUELt CA7t. marshal according to theproyisiona\ of this neglect, or refuse to perform the duties en- tb manner directed in next section of iJprper.into:terrhdriei l : profitable in which itlu&jiak, been jrifro*
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..ii. .".. ,-, t pain'try's- ..t-glory.i ito -[C. J3. Secretary of 'the Interior He shall from a Misdemeanor, and upon conviction ( SEC. 25jv %nd_be it further enacted.. That make wejprbpbse: inrthis_ connexion is, to were prTe If it a&ytd 1i intrddaftd;
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t. time to time make himself: acquainted' with ble to a forfeiture of five hundred! bell ; so soon as theenumeration next, ahd"eacbrsubsequeht ; remarks on what. the North al. it b epe Jjrl legislatelJblf
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': '' ]' !'jlv It unto mo, in the discharge, of his duties and in perjury; or if wilfuUjLtoake.aJalse.certificatei !- States diretted'by the''Constiiutfon-bf > t .\ould perhaps; mofi Jpr .1eStaltWSd
;" Airecordedto rAe 1to1'1. case of inability\ or ,neglect .arising fromsicknessor it-shall, be he United States td be taken, shall be-.com* Which tJ.:Sd..ftr.freniJaainyning the !issue the.. 'corDe. by-any-resirietiori-i" : riat'k
:' Of the striving &.na the ff11 l other>ise}'appoint a substitute. deemed a misdemeanor, and if convicted or pleted and returned the' office of th& Department implies; WI hold tion which1 could be de'titMg On the othef 'L

:. .,As radiant on her i&tures, SEC: 64 And be farther. enacted' That i if found guilty of eithetof the.idsL named noK of tht.Dteror t it shall.be..the duty feerl government ,1a no right ,to extend hand' if climate soil imlnerp4 c: }
: ., Her rivers lakes-nils, any marshal shallj by any arrangement or fences be snail forfeit and pay not exceeding of.the ( ascertain or abolish shirer has more it than to establish tions are of anatureTto e- : f "
**' understanding whatever secure to himself five thousand dollars, and,be imprisoned not the aggregate any right .whatever all desirabie-ba thecb ty'proftt
Her forests and hwfcralrfes, representative population ,of t?.distinguish between the,domestic''institu l
.'sa Her vslleyi and her hUlJ.J' any fee, reward; or' ilompe'nsatidtf for the less tha.n"'to' years ,And eachlmarshalshall the United State adding to the'whole Ions of.one another they will certainly intrbdthmfcre i and
,: It. *' appointment of an assistant, br shall id anyway punishable for the two last numbe m persons in'all the including m order to f State ureconn ; ihe'restff" tj > $ UldTc -
secure to himself any part of the nathe'd Offences when committed. by bin th.os bound to service for Stte, of other. As the discourage the unnecessary. In any pM.df view;i should I
Why ten us of tie jfckaaor compensation provided by, this act for ,,SEC. 13. And be further Tate excluding[ Indians not taxed, three- each and all the federalt-representatives It of prefer a simple territorial government with :%
I 'Of the Valley.fil Rhine* the services of assistants, or if he shall h and free person .tnce year all l other;persons; "which*'agweeattf out, within the Sttes; bf f is bound td deal out the Wilmot provise-fcleavinr: to the pea '

Of the fcr-Bttrpa&ing jfrwidettf knowingly neglect or refuse to p tform ty Jrears ever, belonging to any residing popdlaHdn hjj shall divide: by number and exact justice{Ilpb and re favor its to powers, equal pie who inhabit the TeiiSSwes the power to
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: ,. Of41psndAflnhtet the duties herein assigned to him, he shall, .in any subdivision, and in faly, theabsence wo hodte thirty-three, the pro- otherwise, to undertake td discriininatebe.tween.thedomutic aUL act regulate all 'their dom&& concerns in st
Whj ten us of the tpautyOf in any such case, be deemed guiltf ot a mis .of.the heads and other members of dUc division; 'feje'c'tin'g any' fraction !I : : institutions manner conformable :.fttt federal constitu
the soft Italia sfcyt.V demeanor and if convicted in such then unit if, of pne and r: Tet if my;,,frienafr6mthe'SoutlK-J!
) any case ysuch family, any agent of such nsuh, happeit.trj reiriairi, other, would be to act :-in'total subversion of with of whom
.1< or the cleat eerutmAiltte 1 shall for such offence forfeit and pay not I family shall be, and each of them hereby isrequired1 shall be the ratio or rule; ofi .apjJd'rtidriraentof the: end for which it wa"fesUblUheJ-to be mittue one of Thirteen; as the aWber'6f the wCom.
'. With clouds of gcrgeous dye 1 less than one thousand dollars. if thereto requested by the marshal. representatives among the several States the common protector and guardian of aH. der cOnsideration particular elanstf un
.v, ttt. i SEC. 7. And be it further enacted, That or his assistant; t render a true 'account to Under suck enumeration) and tle lid 'Secre Entertaining these opinions we ask not"as irtsiSt is saidj! have originatedconclude'td

r. ,. AVTjy w&hder UMM &* l *, any.marshal of the United States may for the best.of his or her knowledge) of every tJ b D.t. i't..'_ 1 thf@ alkees we da If or the 'exte Upon territorial legislation tip rfr-sorte"; fe'strifitiotl
purposes ndt inconsistent With the duties to such the ;:being imposed by '
Away in foreign clinics 1J any eloagng family) (0 va- manner; to..aerlbin avery. Tnat would make a drscnnwna- flesS-1-Wnd teeny d ;. __
'*'* of the assistants herein provided for rioiis $ required in and this act the representative of each tion in favor Itf -,
"Why for the heroic apt by ) I population ; our as unjust and uhconstitulidnal aid m securing a settJem i.t of all chasing
grope a deputy Or in his be and the tabled thereto State and to divide .the uiimber .
-*' -* In ancient times point deputies to act I subjoined) on pain of whole .sthe. discrimination they ask against i questions upon' honorable; and
.'?':"-', "Mycountry'sni.tly misty glory1! half, but for all official 1 acts of such deputy ; forfeiting thirty dolaN to be sued for of the representative population of each is in their favor; I is not for them nor for terms, thin solicitous to fcxre the satisfactory whole of; '
I uk other ,! or deputies the marshal shall be responsible: and. recovered in acton of debt by the State by the already, determined by the federal government to determine'whether my particular. viewsVmhapid r tEe--iI of
no theme Provided, however An appointment to collect assistant, to the use United States. him,a above directed; and the product,of our domestic institution is good or bad, or compromise, shall be wflB'pc.to vote .fbf tfle"
For the spirit's wildest rapture, the social statistics shall not be deemedan SEC.,16. And be it further enacte. That this last division shall be the number of, re- whether.it should be repressed or preserved.; restrictive clause onte $ .for-iD. almost

Its softest, gentlest dream. interference with the duties of the assis all fines and penalties herein for iresentativesapp'ttrtio'riedto such State Under It belongs to us, and us only, to decide such anyJorm which,it can bej wade to .
_. tv" : tants. may be enforced in the courts of the UnitedStates the then last enumeration: Provided qUest n8. WEat, then, we do .insist on is beIP leave to suggest, tbb, that -
if. we"detiue
'' Foiis of the western empire I SEC. 8 And be it further enacted That within the States or Territories where That? the loss in the number of member ; extend slavery, but that we shall i not td retain the UKgmal' words now

Assume the manly tone whenever the population returned in any such offenc shall have been committed or caused by the fractipna-remaining in the several be> prohibited frdni i iitlniiffating withr proposed to be strickenscut.insteadcfadopting i

Due to your proni 4tioni -* district shall exceed one million, the mar; f icured. ttes on the division of the population proper into the territories ''of the the dnlendnlent I honorable .
Unite my
i :. Soar upward to your(wn.i shal thereof shall be entitled to receive as a SEC. 17i it further mated; Th.t be compensated for by assigning -' We n" slaveholders ; Ur c'olleague; which seEms tiiPle not to be ex:
compensation for all his services in executIng and their to so many States having the largest other that shall not '
Guide not yonr thiangkts and feeling8By te"marhals hereby words; on account actly as explicit ai I shoufiWigIl; it fd be-
Europe's classfa! stir; this aft, after the rate of one dollar for transmit through the post office factions and aditiona member each for it b disfrn lisd* of,a privilege possessed we insert these wordS ot wflrds tantamount

Your"country's nfttire glory" each thousand persons' but if the number any papers or documents relating to the ractionj as necessary, to make by and foreigners, thereto i "either admittinj '}ir excluding African '
returned shall be less than million in census, by thereon "Official business Uttle number of two hundred without discrimination 1.
Is brighter brighter fojrv C. a any writing representatives as to charcter; professidn -< slavery. This chalge in the phrase
f district, the marshal thereof shall be allowed census," and suscribing the same with the and thirty-three: And ,Provided, also, ; or color; All; savage, bar- oldgy of the bill will iJb -at all alter its '
r I for his services at the rate of one dollar and addition to his name of marshal or aistant That if after the apporionment.of the representatives barian, or civize may freely enter and meaning, but might avoid B$4nterpreation! -

BY AUTHORITY twenty-five cents for each thousand persons! a the case niay be; but this shl next or any subsequent remain, we excluded misinterpretation to which;[jknow the .

Prcrci however that no marshal shall re extend to nothing but documents and papers census, a new State or States shall be Yes, sir, this is, the precise, language of ent terms have .been already subjected pres; I j ,.
PUBLIC ACTS than two hundred and fifty dollars; relating to the census which shall pass free; amitt iritd th Union the representative juf own far-famed Southern AddreS. You am sure that :I could confiJ yitiy appeal to .

sMd doting th, Plnt'Selllon of the and when the compensation does not in and the sum of twelve thousand dollars is representatives assigned to .such new perceive that its author treats the charge of all the members of the, Cobnlittee of Thir
Thirty-first Co.trrest, the whole exceed the sum of five hundred hereby appropriated out of any money in the State or States, shall be in adition'to the out .beirig1 desirous 'of "extending slavery by teen upon this point. and obtain: frdm eachof
_.. .. ,,1 j dollars, a reasonable allowance for clerk Treasury not otherwise appropriated) for the number of representatives aboT limited congressional legislation a a gross slander them a declaration thaita hat theynleant:

Ptrsi.tcNo.J4.AN hire shal be made, the arriotint whereof purpose of covering the expense of trans ; which exces of representatives over upon the South. Yet the honorble Senator to do was simply to prever 4j the territorial ,
I be'detrne by the Secretary of mitting the and other matter through two hundred thirty-three snail only coiimue fr Florida 1u onlrmnf,-ContraJa. 2dvernnieiUfrom; .]ftBislal y /.either"for the '
ACT Providing; for; die taking of the the .n Prit/UJrtTbGL it* hd mail,- Jtie paid' to the IW Office D' until the next succeeding apportionment this; should be done, but complains most te-hc admission! or exclusion of" 'Tel'I.t ani io Z- _
Seventh and subsequent Censuses ,of the marshal 'any discreton arttrientiBEB.Jd. of representatives under the net su'cJgding hemently that others will not join him in | fact these will be founJ, 1" ,!be the Very .Jr' 'I'
United States'and to fix t-ift number'of'themembers perform the duties of an aistant t Andbe it jurtk enacted] That tensis." : his surprising demand. The Southern Ad- words employed by the bo oiable senator '

of the Houseiof|Representatives, subdivision in which he may reside, and If in any of the places where Src. be it jurihe enacted, Tat dress accuses the North of misstating the issue ; from Kentucky, on Moudajtlast- in expose
and provide for their future apportionmentamong when be shall personally perform the duties the population is sparse,.the officers "of the when the Department Interior between it and. the Suth. A Southernman tion of this part of the plan Vif the eompro:

the several States assigned by this act to assistants, he shall army or any persons thereto belonging) cane have apportioned the representatives in the this moment in our ha mise. (Here, Mr. Clay, MrCa3s, and Mr
I-OF THE DUTIES, LIABILITIES, AND receive therefor the compensation allowedto usefully employed in taking the census, nanner above directed among the. several l the same presentation of the sectional mae Downs. all nodded assent.J.) pj\ 1
COMPENSATION OF MARSHALS.Be assistants for like services, the Secretary of War is hereby directed to States under the next or any subsequentenumeration which the Addres denounces as a Before bring. these rth t1 d lt rfti: .

it enacted by the Senate and House of II. OF ASSISTANTS, THEIR DUTIES, afford such aid i1. it can given. withoutprejudice of the inhabitants of th: United !misstatement of that isdue. The honorable' marks a close,.it IS dye Cfhe' hon raJjI l
ftepresentatives of the United States of Ameri LIABILITIES- AND COMPENSATION.SEC. to public! service states; he shal as scon as practicable, made Senator from Florida contends that Congress senator from Florida *at11!) lAuOulsl SuC a g'
ta in Congress ow nW That the marshals 9. And be enacted SEC. 19., And be further encd that [makej transmit under the; seal tif is bound to pass la\rspreservdtive of slanr. fact in.his own political bitf\ry of which he"
Thatno 44.
pf the several districts of;the United States, assistant shall i further the Secretary of the Interior required his office, .to the House of Reprsdtivel a The Address says : "Jt is not for appears to have become rtptBe'iy bbKfiousi
including the District of Columbia and the his duties until qualified to enter to carry into effect the provisions of certificate of the number of northern pedple) nof for the federal government That gentleman was one cft tfeg most zealous
Territories, are hereby required respectively from upon the marshal under, bis hand has received this act and to provide blanks ioned to each State under the then last enumeration to determine1 whether our domestic Institution chanipidns of what \ slnv, among us; '
to cause all the inhabitants to be enumerated, commission is, for in this, a the sme among the marshals, s< that the ; and shall likewise make out and is good or bad, or whether it should tw'd years igo.as the Clayton tompromise biB
a provided act, and numeration first transmit without delay to the executive of be ? Such few '-which bill contained no inch '
and to collect all the other statistical infor- shall take and subscribe may commence on the dayot repressed preserved are a provision lot
matiou within their respectiye districts in affirmation which shall following oathor June next, and be taken with reference to each State a certificate, under his seal of office of the amusing inconsistencies into which the special recognition of'slafe! :property la .
the manner provided for in this act, and dorsed wit, thereon en- that day in each and every district and 'sub of the'number of members apportion.ed the honorable Senator from Floiid& h specified in the instructions "which shall begiven to : division of districts;to draw up and distrihuteat to such State under such last enumera* the fortune to involve upon this occasion at Yet the ,hdriorahlelse'natdr! from

by the Secretary of. the; Interior, and 1, an assistant to the marshal of thedistrc the same time printed jnstrcons ,defining iori: . : ; Florida was then) as I havi r,sSd-;its fetrnest
tn the tables annexed and toreTurn the sameI I of do solemnly swear (or af and explaining the as collect SEC. 27. And be it further enacted, ThattheSecretary For Mr. I,feel no champion, and united witbaif and:tithersiri .
to the said Secretary on or if fore the first ) I wi make a true and exact enumeration the statistics and the limits by which of the Interior, in his indtruc- my par Presdent particular censuring thdsejwho defeated p in the House

day of November next ensuing, omitting of the_inhabitants within the such duties are circumscribed, in a clear and .ions to the ihals. shall direct that the any by tricionhatver of 'Representatives 'The "t2Ie' honorable I
district assigned to me, and will 'also faithfully intelligible ; iosce-aiso mar an uuc u r ,- sboul imposed upon territorial ginflemanfollowing J '
of the
from the enumeration the'inhabitants} Indians b venerivi ,
manner of embraced denomination ; -.*/>J collect the other statistics in bempnot in -'ga------ -
therein diligence is by the marshals and of will state mv reasons : -D------ .
taxed also discretion
not at the of subjec slavery. -- -
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the for in the for tak- of dew and water-rotted, shall be taken and ] Jiice'r.svasperrtiy
manner provided ac assistants to make return of their respective this indifference. I aih not of :
aid Secretary, or all the statistics feeling
any part ing the seventh census, and conformity doings, completed at the times herein estimated in the returns these governments would content with providing goverinents for:thd
of the those of prescribed dpinidn hat
except popu with all lawful instructions which I (See schedules on next ) Territoridsj without a word bng said in
lation; Provided however And if the time may receive ; and further, a the returns are .< pge. a right to legIslat fof the extension or or ference to slaVe'ry df cfiarcte'r now reo. .
assigned for making the dikes! shall and will make due and correct returns made, to cause the same to be classified and the slavery) even though no him demanded '
thereof as required in said act. (Signed.) in the best and most convenient The snould be imposed upon them.- by -relying uUduJhe courts for
inadequate for the Territories the said Secretary arranged Compromise prohibition the final aJjudication of the
may extend the sariei'roeid.idfarthen ; Which said oath or afrmation. may be ad- manner for use, and to lay the same before In this opinion I may be regarded by Sforne a involved. Since that time hetbas great question
If there be any district or. Territory of ministered by any of record, Congress at the next session thereof Andto ., Part of the Remarks of Mr.,FOOTE in Senate a little utr; but I have adopted it deliberately lights. The doctrine of tIM Wilmot seen new '

the United States In which? there is no mar- or any justice of the peace empowered to enable bin the better to these Wednesday, May certainly consider it as quite.ca- of politicians to have school

thai of the United States, the President shall administer oaths and a copy thereof duly duties he is hereby authorized and requiredto Sir, I aol deeply grieved at beholding the pable of being maintained by fair argument. in new terrors appears to his fancy,* arrayed he itself
now not
appoint some suitable personi to discharge authenticated shall be forwarded to the mar. appoint a suitable and competent personas attempt which seems to be making in certain I admit a freely a any one, not excepting dnly demands special safers! against
the duties assigned by this act to mar- hal by such asistnt before he proceeds to superintending clerk who shall under his quarters td hatch into existence a sort'of my honorable friend .from Michigan, [Mr. ritorial l legislation! ,"but irisiMa. Cdrigress ter

MI.. the business direction have the general management .of Southern Wilmot Proviso.Believing as I C3 that all just government arises from shall legislate on the subject pi tJiat slavery;for
And it 'enacted S 5.10 And be it farther matters appertaining thereto, with the privilege ; do has of the governed-that
SEC. 2. be further That tn Tat ) most undoubtingly) that Congress no every the protection of the South Is it.possible
each of said marshals shall, before entering each assistant, when duly of franking and receiving free of chargeall authority to l legislate on the subject of slavery : community, whether numbering five bun that the honorable senator Jcaa|fail to
tipon his duties take and subscribe the following ner aforesid shall perform the services re- official documents and letters connected in the Territories-no more'than it has to dred or five hundred thousand, has a right to the, egregious inc nsite&Y of his own perceive .
oath or affirmation before any circuitor : hm by a personal visit to each therewith;' and the said Secretary shall also decree the abolition of slavery in the Statesthemselves adopt such si regulations for its own course] 1 Is he blind enough jiot td discern

district Judge of the United States, or n' -boWej and to each fail in the appoint such clerk and other officers as -I am inexpressibly pained to protection preservation a may be actually the danger which lurks i i4 the) proposition :1 ..

before any Judge of any State court) to subdivision assigned to him, ascertain may be necsrYt m time t time for see the doubt which is about td be thrown necessary to the attainment of these which he, now advocates,! SCan be doubt
wit: by inquirie made of some memberof the efcient management of .- Upon this point by the action of Southernmen high purposes; but yet I contend, that no that if we once allow Corfgrejs" td lEgislate .;'

1, marshal of the district of each family, any one can be found capable And compensation to be allowed and themselves* To tlaiid that Congress regulation n0 indispensably necessary to on th'subjecto1 slavery .ttfil, therwhole '
ao solemnly swear (or affirm)}bat I will to of giving the information, but if not I paid to the officers connected with the Cen shall legislate fof the admission of slavery the self-preservation of such community, can system of African slavery ailt now exists
the best of my ability enumerate or cause to then of the agent of such falYI the nae BUS office shall be as follows i For the sit.perintending in the Territories t that we shall legislate be" legitimately,I adopted, the adoption .of ifi.the Soutb, speetMlyfjovemhelmed

be enumerated, all the inhajbilants of said of each member thereof, age place of clerk two thousand fv hun. especially the protection of this institd. which involves Jhe destruction of importantright by that tide of abolition- & | -most sa-
district and will collect fa cause to be birth of each, and all the other particulars red dollars per annum in fall for' eervi tion theeir, appears td tne) to assert a powerin of' other communitles'or individuals gacious statesmen bf.he pqiiih hire beta
collected, the other statistical information specified in this act, the tlel thereto sub ces] afld for Other assistants' and Clerks the body which, in its future exercise, wherever existing; Apply these principles constantly atfulintiitpe'i; Indeed,"!

within the ,same, and will jaithfoliy per. joined, and the the Secretary compensation n usually paid for similar services cannot but be fatal td the institution of t the people inhabiting oUr territories. am grie'yedJhatthisattempj,t4xoli9tConf
form all the duties enjoined t>4. me by the of the Interior; and shall also visit personally t and allowed by the Secretaryof slavery wheresoever existin ". To urge that They have a right t institute a government tress in a coarse of leg1i51 IOIt On the subject
act providing for the taking of the seventh the farms, mills, shops mined, and Bother tb Interior J Pr0i That no salary to'' such a exercise of power by Congress IS for thei own self protection; Indeed, I have of slavery in the territoSetfof the Unibnj

census. A1d. when: duly anthen places respecting is ,re a subordinate this section shal necessary t the introduction of slaves into thought tbatlt i by them.alone. that should have, originated v.itbuai southern
ticated by the said judge, be.; shall depos- quire as above specified, in his district and exceed the simi of one thousand dollar pet the Territories and that otherwig slave legitimate government, a such, can be es- senatoh ]

ite a'copy thereof, authenticated, with the all such information from the annum. The blanks'and preparatory print. property will be subject to tionj is td ta'6Iished.utihenJbe.soyereign States "P] .p, :' -, .
said Secretary of the Interior ahd no marshal best and most reliable sources; and when ineither ing for taking the census shall be prepared admit by the plainest: implication) the entirewant of this Union have a.' tight, to 'enJoy.and JUetbodUt Protestent Genguf iC nfee1i.e J '

shall discharge any of the dofiies herein required case the information is obte and and executed Under the direction of the of any ttiui. right on'the part dispose of the whole territorial! domain of 'It will be seen by the foUowmg report of
until he has taken :'aM subscribe! entered on the tables, as the Census Board] the other printing hereafterto of the slaveholder South td gd into the republic and the citizel of alt the ;
this oath, and forwarded % cepy as afore. same is complete then such memoranda shall be executed a Congress ehal direct these Territories) attended by their slaves,' right'to,eq ual participancy in proceedings qf this body.nSw.ul; ( sessidn id
eaid. be immediately read to the person or persons SEC. 20.And be it f / entd That and to claim their recognition as property the enjoyment thereof 'which cannot eIther Baltimore i that the} q question'of: Slavery;

See. 3. Andkfurther fnacltd, That each furnishing the facts 'to correct errors and for the purpose. of Carrying efee It is surely the grossest absurdity to suppose denied Or contravened without the grossest ,which has caused so much agijjatibiiand un'

marshall shall separate his district into subdivisions supply omissions i any shall exist. act, ad defraying preliminary epenses that a purely constitutional right Can need injustice.) The citizens of all l the States pleasant results in some of tie churches; hasbeEn'
containing1 not I exceeding twenty SEC. 11. And further enacted That hereby appropriated d any the countenance and sanction of an act of have a right to remove'within the limits of to rest in the ilettodftt PrOtestantChurchit
thousand persons in each*, unless the limitation each assistant shall, within one month after money in the treasury no otherwise'appro* ordinary l legislation to give it vitality; these Territories with any property ,wbichthey put '

to that number caused inconvenient the time specified for the completion of the printed one hundred and flftynhoasand doU! constitution being the paramoUnt law! possess, and which is tecognised bythe having been determined that the

boundaries, in which case] tke"number may enumeration furnish the original census returns lars, out of which the said Secretary the act of Congress can impart to it the,least additional constitution of the Union; either generally subject b
be larger and shall also ftatimite, from the to the clerk of the county court of their Interior may aloW to the person empldyed! potency} and to seek such p IYldIs specially-,- and 'to demand recognitionand State or Annual Conference*:' V

best sources of information which he is able respective cunties two copies* duly as secretary Census Board, a compensation to treat the organid l law ,of the lnd. protection of it as such from it the shall territorial have- The Executive Comoiitie f'.hotfi wai

to obtain, the number of eq&are miles in compared ad ) to the marshal of 'after the rate of three thousandaollare a species of contempt which argue government s soon a recommitted the papeMron tlij eUiodist

",, each subdivision and transmit; the same to the district He shall affix his signature to per annum during, the. period he has at, least a gross confusion of Ida.: 'When ben'established' ; The abolition limits of or.exclu Territory Circuit'"of theTPittsOurg CcMeicc c on the
the Department of the !Interior; Provided each page of the ehu. before he returnsthem beet in theIr employ, the Senator from Florida asks protection fo of slavery fid the the needful- subject of'slavery; and tha rtio'liitions l bf
.:-: however,That in bounding subdivisions, to his ) an on the l last ZiAnd. bUt lurAi.enddedThat\ slave property id the Territories,'he plainly is not at all indispensable to the the New YorkCooferenc 'i4ommeudffi4
t, the limits thereof shall be:knOwn civil divis thereof sh state the whol number 0 rae whenever a marshal that an assistant calls in question the right of 'the owner flaTs ends of gvermentTherefote the territorial that the word white" be sttLkaout Cf the

;;, joust such as county pariib, toivnship, town gel in retr certify that they has completed to his satisfaction) and to carry them"as such into the Terntone's ; it the must( be: article of the Constitution relative toi.

1z.: ward or'diafrietline or highways or natu. were well truly mae according to the made return o subiyiiol confided to ) whilst the. present, leg regulations, under the paramount have authority. ee in-a, gibility and.suffrage'-of rnbtsrfP0tt '
boundanes_ such,as,rivers,{U lakes, &c. tenor .f his oath of him. and also the amount bf continue)j'for if no lawa ; tnere1 caituton-1 no autoty. of the; that they;are of [Opinion! that Jj&is General .

': OK. 4. AM be it further hauted. That SEC. 12, Andbe it fur tactedThat\ compensation to which) prtisics prohibiting slavr whicH itrt not themselves' teros impediments.th enjoyment.:.as eeuredbythe Conference has no jurisdiction tyer the subjects -_
each marshall! appoint an assistant for eachubdiri each assistant shall alowe as compensation act/ suCh assistant i' ; invalid) riot in the least 'degree property, bound consider referred td ,in those: rit5; In the !
who is a zesidcot therein to for his services rate of ,two designating how much for each kid 'of service -. in'need of the'amendment Urged upon us by constitution ;but is to request of the Manchester ssDts?net askingthe
whom he shall give a coauni ion under his cents for each person enumerated, and ten ;the Secretary of the J shall hiuli The very terms Used by the honorable itself as.under.t the most,binding obligation to General Conference to depute the Annual '

hand, authorizing him to perform the duties cents a mile for necessary travel to be ascertained hereupon cause one.hal of the sum 'no duet Senator from Florida. fifd td me cddst lan preserve such rights 'of property inviolateto Conference of tbd powers fei.'lejulataon '

'.., herein assigned to assistants;' which commission by multiplying the square toot of be paid to ietnf'' and when the irtg He deinnds'a:Jaw?presert'ative: the full extent' of its capacity to do so.Entertainidg .- the suqject of saYery! ,!thy to not ,thinkT
view of matterI
this the
shall set forth the boundaries of thesubdiviaion'of the number -houss in the divis returns have I been 1' ;Examined slavery in Territories :fhe cries ,outs forconctssioiii ; that this Genera) Conferenc* Mfiald assume
;, which appointment so' made, ion b the' 8ure.roof the number of classification, if foUnd executed in a .or in regard to sjavery W be!made fees that'I can,see nonnecessity' for any restriction the right to expound theDdAinual | 'iP1En& forth '

and boundaries specified, the marshal miles diYison and the 'pro satisfactory, then-be shall alS.cause'the Congress t the -South;' arid 1 complains belg'lnposed by' Congress:;upon- Conference is to jude such mat

.:. shall keep a true and fa&thfulcori. due sal be tl a of miles other half t be' paid* -,And makejayments most f ehefflently that the honorablE Senator the ent about to be established ters as ate;referred to them by torilfn"elJ"reiponsTbleto"'L Constitutranslates .,
.- Sic.: & And be it further tnacted, That ,a purposes in taking this cen' the manner and upai1lik ", con from Kentucky has 'avowed'' his unwillingne'ss "in" respect t the system Arcn8lver. tion respectivEly !for 1 th l '
each marshal shall'seasonably f supply"each sus. the rshal for. their; sera to vote for a law"; for: the extension of 'I itsonldunderko't legisa l .-" nJlerencewheuj

ue with ;the j instructions issued by SEC. 13. 'And It further;' enaded\\ ,that ditonl TIU', t 8fr_ : :- slavery! --What I 'says-:he. i is'''the Senator [ slavery'be amereu11ityand'so'wouldtbe'CdU1ts' in its: 1u-n, they' AbU
the Department'oftbe Ihteribf f ,' the;, blanks in addition to the compensation allowed' for Szc. 6 e /artief tndcied] 'That' t from Kentucky i riot trilling! to aid in.extend-. such legislation wouldj! in my judgment, of ban passedintheonMttutki.1'rule!! ottegU'fa o (r1U-W ,

provided for the enijmerjitiojjpf the population'and the enumeration 'of' the I inhabitants there the .22.n annexed) andae part ;of ins slavery to.the Teritrie' Does be, so : were. fb'rT o ..
-: the collection of btberstatistJCfl. and shall be paid for each farm' returned* thi*actf are'numbered frm 'to''si.' in.* abhor.tht system *illing to extend the countrybe' funto: pronounce; ted.b.fln almost-unanimoui "< .
give to him froni time totime! all I such information ten cents; for each establishment of productive elusive;, : : it 1. JXMtshd regard it as of sT nature so the quad teml-territ 't- '-_ .'_ : ,: 'r-t'. dW

and directions as may'1 be necessary: industry, fully taken and returned, fif. Stc. 23. And ;: ; 'T6at contaminating that its;extension;would be nal protective of, ,J cannotdoutt; ; !.A ,Dc. fJWU PO' r.:1'i' & '
whole1 be subjected td the sametes
.';: to enable him to discharge::1$s. duty tie teen unt; for.the social attise two ..percent if no otherJaw)6 TjJ writhe to dishonor and, degrade the territorialsurface that such legislation would.be held:vahd. tram the p'resse'df- J .,,
ahall itself! < ,
; which it might spread
carehzHy examine teiher, Jhe over
the '
re upon amountalf "
the of subsequent 1
enumeration : the- any. does' seem to ftiey re .
s": tuths of each,assistant 'zazsb4l 1'bepadeint of and for each name taking census af.the eigbh'hor"i on of before tb* Well) sir, I_ConfeW.t that this:is lverarngelanguag lt really, therefore1-,betteriw : restriction; 1 w-m-1 :
f ppulation. ;
eonforniity ; tbtb terms off is 'act, :and 'of a tusjedtwo .cents:, c -'Wbenr!by' to dei.coming as it peat/much, aopt. n the p" ( .
; where. firstdafof Janoar/of fcnjyear of ue upon this s bje at .tJeve" brail'and her xiBte! liiS'' Edd3i4eid
diaerepan : Provided A0ts signers.of-ou
& require'shall wThatiri Stber.Ad.
nuking.; returns the, :thE iUaitedf State// any whole the governmentsand j .,
the came to corrected. disposeS and establishments of productive in fut Csttto of inhabitants thereofis drtssV from:Jhe pagebf : tl temti as a theatricalonly'.febe hl bS : ipf'
S o fal readifew lines What ..Icite'iwiU.befound Jhe,courts., .* p; < --- oterf*& f\l_(et !# ':,.
e Iwo1 sets of the return* inquired from instruction* given by itha'Secre,. be taKen sucbcen; ;'sbal lo ; ; ; } ; 'f '
!'i k due reauired.to -'the'8ttf and ,of the V dertainly. eiiniate Wd,' and1( Ettfneralptodactibns vnU false before -- "
: thaKIiitutinarthaI3; &fUt Interior must be,strictly observed, !d ell tbiogs,be taken,and & ttpcn t ;,9lhjages. i the,newg '
'clpletd8 1 b .d idMarie' .k
Jf *:sach ia-the TefrrttcfrieVto be black Malibnui not ,
: The
dAp.r. IoUrs '
as shall be made for .
; ODJ" shall jrans. and allowance any re ing tothe ;
provisions < ; '
:;. m J .tt n ;\ jicta; Cr b ''t 1J supplied with$ govern ens'aitritakThel4trcluctioxi beard he" Milh faw.nezj'born
"tO JBecrctarlof.the
:,(. I InteHereo authorized by sacb-instractionsfToT 'to u'-And ba it fitrthg *ndrf 1 t vd )1s the firit dwDbAt$lliger SOber "
nor and the"'blbtr'o ,y' l bha.1l: tan any returns not limited to. the yea/r_nexttoreceoingthefirrtofJfuo from and after. .the1 third of Mdrebj one tire. ,'tf M.this,'address 'fto examine the ofslaves'deaiRlblei'itisbetterfor ; at gay fJJtj ;'
.' &riismiflo the'oh'or'h sd(ully discussed at thtf last eSBIOZIIwbebEtCrigress the South.that no jestriction should be5iriiposeljf'"for tboli6 ajesty'.th.Q1I ,:
s.w.pt next, sand HotiMof question ,
f'the hundred and fifty4bteethd
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eighl .
f M ; : ri : : there"frf* > i Instance,;1n- his from Madrid lo\l&i&v\ f\ ..
Ce going ;
) whi b ; Juts;the'igbt JO ezcludqthegtiienI no .. ,
biati.ma belon i4Andtiit-fur; Thai shall be contposed'foftwo f.
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enac6dtt '
ntDff j
a !, of slave! cided to remain_at PSO-UM,, ;t. : / "
: .Hei f f.e. ji o rate.: of any'assistant who,'h* p I hundred and-ihtrty! thrcemberetOC' ; ; heSith, : j9oliiP\) hemisphere 1.being f unJbjlI] ,ll_. :.' '. .. r H, .
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\. 'liij i' :' SCHEDULES TO CENSUSBIL.' : : '- : ; # 6:7F;;;;0 1 DI i- ring !d4ateof ding 1st Ju e, 1850p in tA... ,!'-, "' '- FLORIDA- ,., =' REPUBLICAN.S .._., ?Y4Jthle ,....- The Washington EDTafl1AL, Union conta. &_Ds IOA'I'I8Ir..the YaleV;.
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t kaGvtZ I.-F2t IXIIA3ITANTS in ;' i \ i. ., r'? Df ;. di 'its j S f injh'fountjf Siai of it'f$ ;: ,." ,.' .' I "},. t',4sssstant.. I1.j'i. : rio!. junlpr ,
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,""'.. ,1 i'1enwncratcdbyrit.onthe"', Y., !dayof'I .- { :. ..'i1B5O. ... ...., ,.:....."'t. ,i:1Io' ,..',{,:- ,, -, ; ., ". -- i"-,.--,". '$'' .rId ,i.:..,.t'..':.ft"., ,. 'tj L \ The following i ii t'a'! |wn explanation of the
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: f \, '" '" .-j sca'1os: : \:' : ARRIVAL OP cvnArcinUo'rs." cause of retiremeti 1 f ;

: : .5 : I! ..tl ESCRIPTION. .I) It) ,S'r : : I Some of the Cuban adnDturersarrind'li "To prevent tn&eo &tttion with regard to
I ; : twenty .
4 .cI::: 'lit-ct t -.. s. I) ct '.5.... U 0'I Name of ,wb' : ..- Place of birth, naming the ..tbe .eawn&of44M1tawaI.JU&prOpee JI.
.' "" _. c .f _. ... -. .CIJ .. .Q._. .,._. every person .... re on Friday last'by the'tegUlat'steainer'from Occasion ''
]'G o "- 'o JI.:t. t .. .... IU -' -r. a.. .a.o. '""- ':flied duugtbe'earend.) -'ti. : .y ?-' :stateT5thtoTYiorcou1 .s ;. for me to take thf? to state, that it
: f ...' III continued on''t
'.oJ..c: e. e C 0 Q I ..: c a. :<1\ .Palatka, and is in coT>fotmity :*itSjtbet*rai$4Dlta6'-eotfi
IogistJunei85O whose (; Y ; .
f ", .Sid "g 1 g1 g e .'! !t V'ue.tJ. aL r'p'lace"f'b'1' .i. 4, oc'. i \\11., ; "."i3"i- } .g- ; \ 't theiYwayYo f Savannah., ,The Sarah Spaldtriisl --j[;tract between myislslfrand 1 my respected colleague
10 ., :
I S :: !.:.0 ct 'i' Age Sex .. 0. 'k, I) ....... .4 4he time.of..hiU.ea i M -. .c.,. .:.. ; ; some hours after\\"a d, Drought another I in the edcpr&l!; department of this
j.'iI' i u- IL ii iI amifv" ." :? ,, CI)' uWbi
I::: .c b 1 ia-tin. ( ": .2 entered intfi o y & *'
I : 0 .!! d I : 'Jfl4 i ,ii7 t ,: ; j.m;;; ''t >i' .. "J '.. :r".7: ,: 8.i detachment of eight, r"ien., From"one of paper
!:; .. .c- : .: : I I r p'tres Jhis.day, byjjts own limitation, and not
: :
; Id
ts VVk. .... ; > .E'k ... ,, : :: !! .,. ., 0... the latter Mr,Howard of Baltimore' '
( ,..8.- : = -0': .;. c: e :!"" .S. -.: --' 0.-"' "". "- .'. '" '<1 ......: : .. : ., <'',;;:_- "ct<- ..cI -- c ".. party { on account of anyibiMnderstandinjoefwtenus : !

g Is ; : p;. c I I.c. -.. I, ., -0 CI .0' C we learn that over' three hundred arrived at personally or |roing out of,any difier
)t; :t : ..-c... II c:::'C U h .3.--. ':'.. lICe Ci:;,lc3..rl...:. .:, -j-- ,, '. r <' .\ eog 41 !ii.W Tampa/, from Key West ;i in >iwo. :small'Yes-'' ence of opinion fresf jtctiflf the pnaeiples
: r : : 0 I
piid t ; I1L 1 ? t-: .:-.: -; [ '' w c S I W; I .:', ; '') : ..cu w'&I, e 'eels ajd'ir : ,several smacks. :'... Among; them upon' which the "petfshonld{ be conducted."
i: II -- "'oP :: '
.. Eat 4 :
color ,. > : .. -< CJ -1. : : wereGen.'Grin. one of Gen.. ,Lopez's staff It is a little am&ai'ri i j, after, 'paper ha*

.' ,1' ; ; ''h.7 to' 8 '9fJj.l ( other been. for a long liijieJMnductedi l .a.state of
and several ,officers who'remained
; 0 -. ... .... at I
I" 2 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 .13 : 15'6' ,-- :; ghHJa
-- --- ,_ -t-,'0 ,c --: : I .' 'i,' I' "I' Tampa in' hopes of obtaining passage'c direct : political dnplexftr, ; .r opposita
,1 : .. -T_ .. ... tj
.ifii !
\ 1 .t.I 1, -_ to NeiOrleans.., After 'remaining i :a,day:or.' predilections of' npagcrajvlo* >. retiring

,2" ,- "- iLL ',2 AppaovDMay23,1s5O; ( ., Y '-' ,: ,,; _- n 'i editor to say rjtjerf isn"noi clil reace' of
: _ two (:ra.Dpa.th! : men)left in parties on

; : :SCEXDViE' -SL1. +1'1 .. foot man'y'coming i in, this direction, and opinion respeeting pfii&ciples.'IMr.'Ritchiwas :;
,. & bnnIfuTS in ; "
in the "
.. County of State of Highly Important from New Hcxteb.We ARREST OF GEK. LOPEZ.The. much I jfels'decla' oiul of lbs
eiwneqtd byrne1 on t1&t dayof 1850. Assistant.'I others 'proceeding towards an hassee.T .- stung t'i ,
'" find the following important I her in .Savannah! Republican, dl the:28th, ult. homeward address propwingijbljiisne ,8. ,Bew!, .Soothera
: I DEscRIPTIo has following ey are: mostly ? .,:,accordingto ,.
.1 -: .0 the Nationals Intelligencer,' which was addressed < paper, and it lookifaljjttle as if the projecthas
themostcomivenent.m. thod3 and ,direclions.
: .. :
"! to Mr.' SMITH, the delegate from This officer was placed in arrest by the i had something*to:j lQo with shoving off
: U. S. Marsha], on' Saturday last at'the The parties are in a 'very destitute
lb. f.! New Mexi :'now m Washington city :. evening the 'junior." ''Mr., urb'.' retirement..,
instance of the I condition lost all the
.c. Spanish.Vice Consul forthis ; having except 'meagre
11r1 W ..
I : 'I; ST.:Louis Mo.) MAT 24 850.Hun. I foretold the1et writers tad Mr.
. ,. ( port. An' examination 'was held at clothing upon their backs, and many'cpm'pleted bY' t"
f. ; t t'l CIJ "'= : HUGH N.. SMfrH, Washington. 1 0 1.2 o'clock, P. M.,' before his honor Judge Ritchie stoutly dejlieif onfyrir"wWk beibn
Nttne or iay! i Nt\ber\ of Sti Col'l : Remarks. : Nicoll. The U. S.'District' J the, route .lr)lJi. Tampa' and arrived a -. ,
Age. 17th Attorney, Henry
DEAR SIR : I 'left Santa Feon the it occurred.AST 5 : .: ; t
il l.
,:PT5'1 t. I''. fes. e S= .. .2 .. of April, and arrived! here two or three!! days Williams, :Esq., appeared on the part of the here entirely barefoot.' Many, still retain :J' .
j' 0 C U. S., and Messrs. Charlton and Gaulden for. the uniform of expedition the red birt. ANSWER T0 rfucu $1TTWID1S .
E':': t .. rS .r I since; and believingthat event!' \\"bld transpired ,
.. f' :ft;.::" ... ,i'I :11;I't -c E oa p just previous to my leaving, and those ,the other party. No competent testimony: They were kindly'' furnished: with 'ample In no qaarfer isiihe.Secretary7 of War

p f 'I i .. \ t. hi.4 .!U.: CII. ,C. .. ranspiring, with'.their causes,'&c. way' be being produced, Judge Nicoll ordered that provisions: at Tampa, as well-as,along, the been more maligneil tiian) through the Loco. t J
Gen .
.c Lopez : : .
of interact *tu.v.i Delegate from Nf w shoudbediecharzc.d.U..Iirn. -- '
oo f
l TI e3.tft
:' '"" : vrganS"orir1 $t
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: : ,.- iU I have determined! write to ing tram the court iiousethe General was route tnrnce.Those ; -
'---- 't 4 Mexico, to yon oS&ti t ;:
i. disparage that jtretoo often'displayedon :
,' A large majority of the people of the Territory accompanied by a considerable concourseof who have arrived here form poi-
-- f our citizens'!, who presented him 'their the floor of Ct j>gnws. On ,a-late:. occasion .. [{
; .2 : 1'12 3.4 5 6 7 8 9 have manifested time and again tion of the Kentucky ami Ohio regiment,
preference for a Territorial Gcvernment, and congratulations on the result of the investi which mustered and under Mr. Bear o.' Sijitb Carolina, repelkj
- was ,departed
't .. it the very last trial of the question it wait gation.It an attack h nj--tn a manner which i>
; 1 :' i 1 Capt. Hardy in the Georgiana from New upon
: 1 shown, even in Santa Fe, the stronghold of has been incorrectly supposed by some
.i' 2 : Lt I that there sufficient for the Orleans. This lelt Cincinnati thus referred to ; iR puWic."Mr. :
the State party, that there were ten to one in was no authority regiment on
: 3.-PnoJrbIoNS Territorial but since arrest of Gen.,Lopez. Tnis i is a mistake.His .- in Burt, 'b1thf. th' Carolina, in the
CHEDULJ: : OJ' AGRICULTURE in in tire count gof f Favor of a Government; the 4th April the steamer Martha Washington -
the June lit 1850 enumerated the the. arrival of the-Texan Commissioner, who arrest was based on the following section course of the the House of Repre*
State of I urin8' year ending a. by me on the men having enlisteJ, tinier the
S t'day of 1850. Assistant.i : comes with threats in his mouth "that if the (6th) of the Act of Congress; of. April sentatives on Friay\bn\|:; the bill 'providIng
i -, j jurisdiction of Tesas-is not submitted to 20th1818: terms of an advertisement published in the for the increaselolhfbe! anayr:aJJuded in i

_o W) r, Live stock, June 1st, PrOlince during the year ending June quietly, Texas 'will march a sufficient force "If[ any person shall, within the territory latter city, for California, for one year, and terms of just comloen.Mtioa ta.tbe War De-

1 .. U-f'S' 1850. -_ 1st- 1850., i into the country to compel submission," an o jurisdiction of the United States, begin:or to'receive seven dollars a' ',month, and four! partment and its ifBciipi maoagtmenl 'He

< I 1 almost universal cry has been raised to organize seton_ foot, or provide, or prepare the 'meansfor thousand dollars at the expiration of the I I would say, .in j jsstire] to the..Secretary of

-: -'I f' I' .4 == a State Government, in the belief that f any military expedition or enterprise, toe War,' (we quoteSfron the abstract report: of

\ .0 Q. t the Government they have asked for and desired b carried on from thence, against the territory time. The men paid their own passage Friday's proceeding: .,!ir) tb. House,) that

: .. !I i W I...!:!=I .... 0 above all others, will not be given them I or dominions of any foreign Prince'or down to New Orleans'!, with the promise thatit there \ no inanijat tfcs head of the Department -

.0. tv 1&1 0 .!! during this session of Congress. I State, with whom the United States are at was to be refunded there, \\"bichv s never who had ntitieV a more judicious and I I

: ',. S s=. 9 :!e 2. III .. .W) IUg They are determined to resist Texas in peace, such person so offending shall be done. Several fracases occurred between prompt disposition 'of ;the troops than he7naJ.

:r :.. E'S';I ._ -V 0.- .'.. :=I every way until resistance is impossible, and l tined not exceeding three thousand dollars He was nofcolitieal) friend of the Secretary
,! ... bo_ u i .a o.c IIIQ.... .Q that they make that resistance feasible 'I and be imprisoned not more than three them and the Captain because of noncompliance ,. but he woiad not be silent when such
J : '
: ': .F: :; .!: I I) III ':: "g 0 rEj %
remarks made'a the
to officers of the
I ,j. : ,-oS III.Q ; III :=I gs and effectual 4hey must have a governmen ; years." with this promise. The Captain provided were

:'b 1-- :; &.: 10( Q C 100 ': "ii"O &. ::: c s:.. and a State Government being the'only one I Now it is the of honest'Govern for their board'whilethey? .remained in Government. H( wpnld not withholdan
duty -
od S :: =I c = :=I ,any ; of his
1 ., .. "O ;... U UC = 8 expression ppicfa&tion towards
= reach have resorted that ageo-
: i in their to
,:> t- ''I p- c c'C Q CIC C III p 0 c they mentvblcb'pretends observe. the stipulations New Orleans. Many of the men had fami
:E 8 5 &. tleman who bad {jerferined-his duty'
oI : Ci..s : ,g : not from choice but from necessity.
: :- _- IU -II cu p- c. .. _0 c Thryvprp. willing to laugh at the claimof of its treaties oi amity and commerce lies. These and others charged Cap. Hardy! 'This worthy t/ibij}*,? of acknowledgment:
r. .. ...
OJ with other nations infractions '
IU II) to
II .c .. ... U '" guard against any
: e !hhJ1llJflIUU r \J.-;. > cu Texas while peaceable means vrefe used _01 with the intention of invading Cuba. which from an honorabip 01*$, a political oppo eut,
e- of ita.lawa w ""*'>iaiaata
.. ; : = = j=- :: to extend it, but when threats of force come good faith with those nations with scrupulous repeatedly denied, and said he would! reflects as much* cfedit as it confers'. It

_I i I 67\ \ 81 9\10\11112113'\ \ 14 _151617_ 1920_ 21 _2223_ with it, they are ready to meet force with b care. To impute lame, therefore, to suffer death rather than deceive them with stand well in ,cofttr if too, with that spirit

__ force, and to hurl back in her teeth the the action of Government in this instance, is of!inJiscriminate'4st1ity! too often character'
:. 1i SCHEDULE 3-continued. empty and baseless' claim which she wishes- an acknowledgment either of ignorance, other similar expressions. About 250 wa. i istic of political: w.ue-a spirit whichtoaSI

.. to force upon th m. The means placed by (which, in this case, well be pardoned,) the number that left Cincinnati, which was blinJ the partisatj. perceptimi or worth
Produ'',' during_the year_endinJt June I, 1850-continued. the existing laws in their hands will be used or of a party bias which blinds its possessorto increased to about 300 at New Orle ns.- or patriotism i in aj: V arho are nof of hia fac-
Texas while those ml'ansviII do tion, and whichunfik'tunateIyeometime; *'
against ,
of what is
1- ; :=I t a proper appreciatiou a positive Twenty or thirty, however, returned back
; .g ,1 0 and when they fail resort will be had to any and impairs the sen Jim nt a feeling of courtesy
: Potatoest 'r Q. .c clearly right.A because the Captain did not bond and
give and ,thfre
." d e IF means which can be successfully opposed to to add in prol'riet1Wbil : are so many
.. _- C.. .c-: : ., -IU I- p-.II..) cw :fc =:I: her. If the! minions! of Texas usurp author this sense connexion justice, that prompts in our us opinion: ,Mr. security which he* had promised for their examplesof the wjon :kind, it is pleasing -. .

: i 'I: 0 0 ity in New Mexico, they will be punished He bonds acknowledge one ftf thbetter' sort. > ",
.r u Doon the Spanish Vice Consul did pay. promised to give and make
100 no more
;:J .. 11I10... "It be tJiAddbat; the
'u. 0 4 "'C. by the laws of the Territory as may proper gentle'
: :=1 ; CII I = :=1 usurpers. than hi* duty in the premises, nor do we see every thing satisfactory at the Balize, and
who Mc.Boil '
-o.c.. 10 =I c:: You need hot imagine, however, that because how be could have done less.- man was unertod by to>
o 41 consistently that there their of destination in Cali- .'
J'. 'i c : point have made a rstfark reflecting lbs
"' they have commenced upon
-.c organizing
Q.E It should be added. that the onduct of
-C. ".Coo :1iI.' _E .!0":: ... ..g:7.. '::11I.,..c:. .... :; u State Government fora single particular pur.' the District Attorney too was, throughout! so con ifornia would be male known. The Ken- Government! discftiiioeij i l any sue, latentor
.Q. .C *
:.: = = '
J. .G- ._ .... .cO_ .1.1';... 0 w"" .c_ .c eu .... C c III:: -ft) c--: =- I, rD tJ) ot'd S d pose, that therefore they are dissatisfiedwith siderate anti proper as to merit high commen tucky regiment went in the Giorgiana, meaning. |-- 'f:$ '..,

: a 0 .!0! :i 1: ( :u=I .!C'- "'=,' 0 0 2I '.:.. Co> '.c C -z. your efforts at Washington, or that dation. Although this officer had no discretionary ; which left New Orleans on the 25th of April. LOSS OF !lflDEL SO&TX
I =
c II: .. pi v they wish other Government than
.a aI .0 IU' 0 8 c L Id :: IF. c c-: c any in the it doubtless
= d : case, was ,
power fa
Hardy was the main The The following f# > the New Orkaa
.z i .c I- 0 at c:: c .c = j that which agent. party
; sent to
C = g ; :: they the
,. :: .,g you procure; on
g G; or. :=I .. _= obvious to most that at this distance i
( .c:: c-' = 0 CII b(; persons
It :=I :=I Crl ,
2 1U :2 iQ' Idl" Q.- = I f = ::: 2 c-= ;n :=l -I contrary, let the Congress show that' the from the scene of preparation of the Cuban knew nothing of Gen. Lopez, and did not Picayune of the lthvlt?] The' Del',Wort*

i4 -. :.c: : 1: d 0 : .Q.:. 8 I'tIg :-. ; wishes of the Territory will, be.regarded, and Expedition. sufficient testimony could not be know him by sight. Nothing positive was was; owned in thiQ pl&ce by Capl.'Cb ri *.
; Utli "! :=I IU .
: I i : ; ; ; I IU ... d = rS ce r.c. c: that moment the scheme of ,Slate Government procured to authorise, the detention of the known until they arrived at' the il.in of VVHIey : S I 1*';1. 4.
: :: :;: &; will be abandoned at and .. .... {
::5 : : :: :u :; '= > once I IAP .1 r-""" Conti about six
: !: ._J.-T -_-J-$ .-..... .t vi 11,0 m iUc demand lot or eight.. miles from the main CIRC ( \ TfZ-: We learn that
::;: = --7T--'t-$ : pI .z.4'.4434b' 37 _138__ i ..u _421! 43 _4445_ 46 a Territorial Government. I A Washington letter of the 25th ult., pub. land of Yucatan, anJ then not unti! the the schooner LVI orts,."f Jacksonville, wa.
The feeling which f have : discovered at sea. bcirf forty miles' OJ'
; hcDUSTRY in in the attempted to lished in the New York Journal of Commerce Creole bad arrived with Gen. Lopez and the west
4.-'ItOPt: OF
5cHEDVLE County cif State the Southwest .
of show is not that of Santa Fe alone, but of btbe towboat J, P..,
durag the year ending June 1, 1850, QI enumerated lJy me. the whole people-Americans and Mexicansand says : Louisiana and Mississippi regiment. The Whitney. lrte was laden with

:_ !! 4uitant. it is expressed' : by them in their resolutions Our neutral obligations in regard to any Creole took a smack on her way out, which molasses, pai"all!;' abandoned. apt.1

---4 f. a ';, : .""I 1,1 r .. and private letters with a bitterness power do not depend on our own Ja\vs.- was detained for fear she would communicate Flinton and w:bftbe J.'P. Whitney-

.CC: c:: R1 material 1 used, in- Averae; no. of f Wages. Annual 1 prooS greatly augmented by the course which Texas They depend nn national law. Our neutrality with Cuba. Col.! Pickett next reaJ the succeeded in righting,4the:, schooner, when

: t' cluding fueI. ..a nanJs empl'yd, duct. has seen fit to pursue; and although, laws, of which we have had: four-in of they pumpeJ-ber lut : nd brought her up t'
= ,; should the Government of the United and proclamation Gen. Lopez, and the terms, the city. It.i poiibt-that( she:
: ; to ci ; States 1793. 1794 1817, 1818-were male to ; was cap.::
_ _
( c:: u 'i __ restrain which were that they should $7 month sized in of the ate gales. If h'
IdL.. = ; -E p I turn them over to the tender mercies of Texas our own people, as witness the following get a one so; is to

E'.-: c tJ II .jj 1. .: -C I they would submit, to the sentence, yet J. extract from a special message of and $4,000 at the expiration of twelve be hope that her Irev ..jwere saved, !tholllbr.

o II.c=I -e 011 am sure that it coul.l not he any thing but a' Mr. Madison, which led to the neutrality months, if success ul. Col. Pickett afsa'! their fate is yet involved, ?in mystery.SncouLAft .-.
: I
tc W .. - .0.E: .c.: ,'. U 8 but also to the Unite.! States, as blood wouldbe "I, find thai the existing laws bave a nag, which was red, white! and vt"' 7

f' .-go-I- f =10 n\: V..II.;. ->. -.'"' the result in the end. The whole country efficacy necessary to prevent violation not the of blue, with a star in the red. The men generally It has been stat4l I.in. i :;!'some,,quarters ibasthere :.

CtGc: :: 41.. I i::: -!:: '- =_ is fearfully'exasperated against Texas the obligations of the United States, became satisfied after the terms were existed a treafir bttWeea England and;,
;: 0 as a nation -
e- .= '- "i.c' : S: ..: .
and her commissioner i it' "
IjI though every where at toward belligerent read as for Spain guarantying rotfc ion'to the Island
1 o :- :0- ', EG., E..o C peace ; parties, and they were nearly perishing water ( !
_-d-. Q .S.-= ..;:'.I t' p- .; IU.! .!! '.0 treated with respect as the representative of i other unlawful acts, on the high seas by :. They put on the red shirt and cap provided of Cuba; and l1| thkl there existed, ''ao'
be of the Slates of the Union, it is with I ,
C6 0 = ;: .; 9 ; &; 5) 11)-: at i. one yet armed vessels equipped within the waters of
G'. c:: ell -U S } -s ..s c -4 E ; E ; Id :=I that cool determined forbearance which the United States. With a view to maintain for the uniform-the cap having a agreement between! F, ncs, England, aaA'

!i ; -6 .5... ,\. .S 7i: r: <:- E -;<. E shows very clearly what may, be expected more effectually, the respect due to the rosette' with colors similar to the-flag.- Spain, securing: the Isliad from iDTas on.-

: from them the moment they hnj their rights: laws, to the character, and to the neutral About twenty-five ot thirty returned: in the Desp bes to 'the >New;York papers'denT>
2' :J t) 6 7 8 : 9 J! ,II 12, 13 invaded those whom bave
I by ,they no and '
-t. .great relations of
:, ,-. I reason to love. recommend pacific to the consideration the United! States, I Giorgiana, and about the same .number the correctness' 'of hese.statementsC.''' The,. .,. ',
Congressthe -
Since your election by the Convention in expediency of such further legislative deserted: on the Woman's island from the United States is no( c rlutted one,way' .or:'

ScuEDCLE: s.cui.nrisrzcs of in the county 01 and State of September last 1 have been almost all over provisions as may be requisite for detaining Creole. The expedition left the island of the other. i ?1! '

; ,pmplJ by me. b tant. the Territory, and convert! freely with the vessels actually equipped, or in course'of Conti on the 17th of May. On arriving at A Washington. Wten theNew.York':
people on these and other and have '. 'I. .. ,.
IJ eqllil'ment'witl warlike force, within the (Or
j" Cardenas, they bailed a Spanish! coaster off Journal jConze4 'y :: :
J valna- reason to know, and assure you candiJIy. jurisdiction of the United States" &c. .
4 Name of town; Afte Aggregate amount Public schoo s..countyor that the facts which I have above stated art the Mole, but t'hevouldn't take the line- Campbell, :. J'Co nsul'at; 'Havana,,;;

city): : :OnaI estate. c1f tazesauessed., true. I have 'gone from Santa Fe tvEI 1 Paso inadequate The law for of 1818 its now in force, a's found The1 mate got ashore and the 'steamer was has repeatedly .infm4'i this GovcramentGen.
: side of purposes,and Mr. Monroe that Cuba wouJd faiJ.
on one the river, and back azain; on bauled an y expedition a t
p in his second message,_recommends that it up. The gangway, plank was,thrown
j!" the other, and from the extreme western set Official advices have.been:received, showing, >
: "". I i l lthstatt, I State. $ No. CoUtge. tlements to the eastern, and besides have be revised. He says :' out, and it gan'way under the rush, and that;, tbe'J, number,' of pjr tes ,taken!ibr0iir; ,

: I I, Per-on'!do. County. Do. Academies conversed with others from all the various "It is of the highest importance to our national several! got overboard. The first alarm givenof Cuban authorities, ,i< TVor 800. '. The Spaa

,, 4! i Parish Do. Free Schools. parts of the Territory, and find their observations character, and indispensable to the the expedition was by peacocks, ''about isb Minister says the pi tes will be treate&;'

; .. t! ,'Total S Town Do. other scbooIs. agree in every particular with morality of our citizens, that all violationsof of which with clemency; The panish Government. >.
.. $: :: J : \, r = --- Do. school bOUIes. our neutrality shall be prevented. No forty were on .the. Mole. The 'feels! assured of the:fidelityilationt of l lFive the native and

;. '. <,jj1( t ii.: ; ; Total S Amount of money raised by mine.The Indians are becoming more impudent door shall be left open for the, evasion of dogs soon after commenced barking and resident | B ;. ..

e.ti'.1' ,: r'1> 't .'.j i = tax for schools 1 .and daring every day, and unless troop our laws, no opportunity afforded to any who howling making altogether a most hid o1 s "I. '"

.,;': ,:" i1 i ,, t! last r ar:1 -' qualified for service in that country are sent may be disposed ,to take advantage of it, to noise. The subsequent occurrences in ''Car of the party:that landed at Caroenasr' .

: How' ,s.loed. Road tax-I Raised In other ways for there soon, Santa Fe it&elfvill hardly be secure compromit the interest or honor of the na who were.lef! t behin :.vrere seized and iakm'to
: denas have been fully by the
f. :1 : schools last tion. press.':
year.J. -' from attack. almost tbeie
Everyday Matanzas and whose.
sheU; Qne was a boy,
,. .:"- !U J Tru nlu'u--S How paid Received from public funds are accounts given of some fresh depredations In .reference to the course iaken by the The, following i is a copy of a ticket,furnished I mother was a widovrj!reading in 'Cincinnati

(lif for schools last year-S and more daring deeds being commit. P eisident each of the men at New Orleans:,

J .......".,, '.. 'J. ,! ::11''J' ;a Washington' letter' .. ,in'the'Philadefphia : ,'!'ThU ticket will entitle the bearer to one steerage He'asked permission i !to write.his.'mother,'s"
.i .t_' I& 1;" ted.The day Heft the frontier of New Mexico says : passage on board the orgiana to Chagres letter, which was.af,Usr mach hesitttion gran*.t
; !: (the 19th of the Indians The President feels that be has discharged; .J. W. BRITLOVfrA&WlU, written 'soldi
P April) (thoughtto ; "New Orleans 22dl350." ted, but when the letter>as ,a: -;;,
;, ; ,. ScUEJ>VLJContinued.: legal and moral ,April, '
be the Licarias) came within three miles every responsibility, in en .r tore it in pieces.'' The weJe '
of ,,' deavoring ,to arrest a scraps ,; .
: r.' Los Vtgos, which has a garrison .of one ,movement which was FLORIDA SVGAU.The :
prosecuted in violation of the picked up,by humape Person, who! 'pasted)
Public Periodical of Infantiy and one of good faith of : .
.. ; j, including newspapers. Seasons. I Artillery, (mounted,) and killed company three men this; government, ,and however: he may lament Republican annOunces'thearriral. at them! :together: and 1 rrded thva:,to. the .

and took thirty or forty mules belonging 'to the efFusion'of, blood and the loss of Savannah of Capt. ley's .schoonerthe. mother. ::4 .' '

; ; I : 0. ..0!!' Name. Clus ow 0 t'n o. of Jose PJey. Things like this may be looked life, he has the consoling reflection that.as '(). K:,'* on the 1st instant,: t, with 128 hogsheads : _

;: :._ _circul'n. H tbis'e ron produced I for a public functionary, calamities PRISONERS Mr. Foolhooiejefi
-- constantly. as the troops in the Territory BUCII\ would of on board, from the : CBB* ;-$ "
.4 .I, anrage.crops 1 .are, not',of ,the, kind needed there and have been prevented, if his:prompt and tire- 'of'CoL'sugar plantation New Orleans on Thursday oath Fakoa ..

; :i -, Soc.ii.1. : "1: What know nothingabout the country, nor the When cautionary the measures, could have availed." .G.W.: I'I.R., Sailer consigned' toMessrs. for Havana, taking i waihjura atiticnsigned *! '
I crops are short proper manner of fighting the Indians there. proposition to employ our naval "l. .. and Bro. .. .
I Conep : I 'I"'j Move heaven and eartbto; get tbe'' native force for the purpose !1of arresting; this expedition by rnanjof: the !npstjespectable resdeatf|

Ac.deinit&Kboola .; i To"what extent 1 regiment, as they;look',upon'that as their was under consideration,'.Gen..Taylor !1eCthARisth-.A :Vi11ain'ous.empt was Spanish i citizens,oifftewj Orleans, ;f----* 47
Public : t.
for was approached distinguished made. ,oiij,Saturday morning last to fire the
: schools. : WbatJ 1 only.hope protection, and every one who influential the pardonand release. ofb :.Amtican'.
) ( "tbe'aTerage pe': knCsny? ithmg of;( the character, of the quarters, Jtb.advice ,against the house occupied by Mrs.:A.'M. Maxey, as a .'! 1r
'late iti
inTbePzcayune the l >
: .. "fear.t policy ,of such interference captured ej .I1
.. the
: :n ; i f'l1 11 country, ,and the residents must asa political boarding 'honse, in this 'town": Fire 'was : ,li ottiJ Q,3
.;.u.. J i I.'; )know;,that regiment of men bred to Indian ,movement;j'he, immediately replied, that his 'tfeardf*th ..
...... ., ; i warfare, and! knowing the Indian character doty-under the act of, 1818.' was clear' and placed beneath the sill near the front(piazza, wAs)iq: thciiladoa ;J ni )i' Dr !* }

::': ." '' jf \ well!!, must beworth, half dozen ,regiments positive;and no motives of expediency could !andihe_ frame.! ,was partially: consumed, ut: ally,for .the laJl e* ( ff fo.rwadbi.$..

:;>_;: : '. -ll:.J ; t'SCIILDULZ 5-Continued.Wom .. .. ;:; ", ; of men who fight according to rule only, and! dissuade; him from fulfilling Jt ,honestly and thy rk,"=8l i fortunately discov red'before the first"opportunity!j"'to '. artt
flrmlyHis4ecision ;
; .whencaIiettupqn for service in ,'.other was immediately,communicated '
l'P ;; 'Public: Paapers.I: 1 'ti; : ' Religious!' ,worship. .' any to :ta ;: any serious damage.was"sustained..' i The 'c1oel' ;;befieTeiha15thnumberfof ;
heads Picayune
ii-; ,I Criminals.Snmber .-, ..CostoiLabor.Average .. wayiban.that to .which.,.they, 'have' been : proper,' ;;pf Depart ( ,

: .. .. .., bred are unable to render it. The,impatience ments,:and the orders for the naval move From several sources we' learn that the prisqnersi'aka| | from, the,Saiih.;
; ; : Whole nnmberot1pair convicted: Jor, wages to farm No."of church' and, inefficiency .of..the troops now in New ment. 'i immediately followed.I ,- ,- Indians freely visit the Loud'* ci eocgiauat&cseds'twent7at: tarthesC -;>
; post
pea supported diirint, Icrims-during year end. hand monthhired Mexico ought to be a convincing evidence at Tampa and t 31.: '
per ; es. Tat: :M 1T. -itjuui Odd. TTiV. { f'! .. !
Mif yeah j ping; let Jane, 1850.by the ear and board. J that they are not fitted foe;the service. ,< : PhiladelphiaBulletin confer, "with Gen. Twiggs.. They,fo/fc. ,much last ? ,
,; ; f: ed-S .. j Yours: respectfully, state!that t;on one:day .t there; about. removal!,. C Gen': LopeA at.the" |accounts, was; ;

1' ": ef; I npP& tt4JJJ; fjo .prison on the Jet AT;;wages of a day laborer a V: ./ % ;E.,W. PREWITT.: wasmeltef: down ,and east,.into tingots, for :; Pasigoula, .whence: tLpeced,to'procesi.3

k *it lit diy, of "June, || Jane Id. 1850. without. rd-$ ; ,. j--1 ;L. ; .. ... 'i..i ,M j l'i rolling, in the melt.r'and" refiner's departmentof There' ", are ]no_ very(gratifying ,accounts io'ysrsCrx: infewWas.. : ., aa
; :J'J-ttz; f : With board .> i< : Bareor' the Mint about from: Wwhfngtbn. 'The > / ts: 4- : '
f 1 -f WHXELWO : Ci6 Inhe matter sevens hundred thousand greatgi seemto ))1 '
hT- ; .-White- {: ;1 ; .{( Whit <., Average payment to aNo; of persons of' the, :jStatejof;Penrisyjyiniays/Tn l : Wheef- dgUars.worth, of gold;, and .on the' same become) pigmies wb Q-.\wrestling with. the I .; P's.;Rs4zTbsort3majoEt.PresideaPtz ;

I '. 1 '. .BlJ, cki. : ;j;" 'tBack! : ,carpenter 'per" day, each, will ac-1-, i g BrCJg} l 'contesting 'tbai1nOf day jOf-gold.. -preparatory.Jor assay,':there perplexities of the slave! aesdon.' ''.l ; '.were, ,on;
: 'Company !
: .i-. ; p 1 jvperi j- r. : ,WlthOlltbOflj.;.. was melted .' ,, nit 'removed f.J.'tb it .
col2UDodate oni'hundred 24th
-y; ,... ,'.' ", ; $. ;...' the city of to obstruct near ;; I thousand : If": i ; i : i ,. ? ..' umporrps
Wheeling "
.. Yciega > .e7reip1. ;_ ; A''C'IP.w&pl"t. A i'e. ; the navi. dollars.- more., The, :whole weight:; was Some t'weDty:more of thel.Cuban.: expedilipniits .; Ialhe' j Nar Yi fl J *
: { : log place jit
:' .p'). :" ;.. # '";" : ;" ,\ gati9&of"'the Oh5o>iverjby: :the"erection. :of about:; ). < .. .. .. .'... .. ,1-
:8,600, r
In&lsdomesticprweek and if '
r pounds rolled,
c i i ') >i,., -3\I.JIh; :!! ; ; ; :i\ : 1';;..Ii,:.: <,. ': ,with board saipension''bridges thereon l opposite l :the' city thick half-eagle ''otofa'I.hee ; arrived' here, by the steamer St: Mathews -' .a'ppropriate &nd :im .' csrznOo ;.,
r -$ ,; 'It.. '., ,,'. itValueiofchur $,as. aa;a : ;would '' '
yield (
; from [
Ir. jf < t ofWbeeifltthe) Palatta i 'last! ,
C' iof'upporth2tJ.U.j;: ; ; : : : : : ,: Average price of. board < 'decisinipf J the ; ; 545 square feet.- . ': .- ori'.Monday!,night J--- : 'public s i lemnnitya4: : t
,, a'Queen'Victoria ; nt .f-j ij .I'jU'iJ jjWhOj <
., dunng last'.tear; jt !.trt; (;t ,(). :,; ._ ,", toalaborinnanper cbes. <. .; deferred' until the first Monday.of. : _:_ _. : :fJi"* t together.. -with! thosej whacame.!,; ,down ted b the private vault .
; 44- p ;
1 afford Copi"j"j ''Hs' : pf'iq
next t time have
> ,, ",f'S'. .w'tiih,, '- ) < i to the case the .
i r .. --: >" <1' week-S: for further evidence. and the mother of seven!is'thirty-one.years children., 'old, in Savannah.Spalding last week, continued on to the beautiful lawn, iaj! ,

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0 1'JIB.ruunLLJC CGXIO.. aS a .IIUt. cfltY. STEAMSOIT EXPLOSION.-Another >terrible > under Providence,-of saving limb and 1 doubt '.e..e i.ii.ii aJilf t"

The Southern Convention Assembled at On Saturday, theist, of laDe inst., the steamboat accident occurred with the steamerSt. < DOt LWe. I moss ebeerfafly my, reI."OJDIDIDd It as S :.1; .! -

Nashville on Monday i inst, it. .3 o'clock Whigs of St. John's: eou'otymrt: together in .,Ltuiabont, .three miles below the city S the bloods article. extent- for the pariacation of the D.. APPL&TON'lt ro., .1'QUt..t. S ff.'

**,**.*-\ was called to "*"''"*";1"1"emor "', treat numbersln the Vicinity. (St.Augu9-: of that nameson. the 234 Mar:' A frightful -Yours most'mpeeiruIJi.. ,JAXES'11.. hATE,.tit Price come TwentgFv.Ch olnPartt tVJ4T1 ,cocA; S 3

BROWX, of Tenn, after whkli prayer tine, to partake oV a,Barbecn*.. After.the scene occurred., :Tbe shrieks of the wounded ULL'ER4TED-TRRO41. A DIct'Ioutiiy :,?.ur

was offered by Rer. J. B. FKOTSOJI.Tbe : feast, the >assemblage 4.was'called to"order, and dying' were .almost ,heartrending.-, : .., .N..r., OeL'8 S4I; .OFJIACHJNES MECIL4NIcL4' NdWCJRK "

following States are represented' in* and a meeting organized by the appointment Twenty-five lives were'lost, and about forty J 5_ ingsofgratftud.MKSSXS.. A. B..it Induce I). J a aeknowledgnent
the Convention wie Alat.duri&/iArtansas. of BERNARDO SEGTJT, Esq. as Chairman; persons wounded.. 'About half the numberof of the bencftt I have derived from Designed for Practical Urcvti. Mi&n4tk :
Florida,Georgia, Mississippi! S
Tennessee, Texas and V rgni*. It vat Resrtved That a General! Executive boat and machinery were'all: I. new, and the S ha4. S bT OLITEPBTU1tZ_ S Jf M

The Convention reaolveJ to rote ty States, Committee should be appointed, whose duty M my: throat. nose.Mf ears.and at rthftr would :
officers careful) break out
would be experienced men. r-t in different parts of my face and bead. Formerly pnfcttof efathim *i, CO&1V'4fr'P'iri1
to and
each delegation counting on*. The following correspond co-operate witha These continue d until my throat, face nnd bead EfHen, London.twfor 47-.ehr eMf AJ '" .
conrentici then similar committee of the Whigs of Putnam : We learn.that,Gen.'Heman:lez, one of the were ainye one complete sore, and for a long time /the" :rtIl.tf/tW6r-" % --.H
officers of the were connty in the selection of 'A candidate selected the Ocala 1 1I ,.. I .? 10 hoarse that 'V Was with the utmost **&- New PtllmprtimlSatrit cfLof* *
: : Delegates by; meeting at : Sp nIt that !
elected. I L represent the two connfierr in the Lower S 1 "J"14 speak bore*wh Pr. During riMs, :'J E_; .fZ.cidbyCo1crs"aieU. S
is in the Nashville the time 1 h r d several attacks of -
not attendan plearby and etherdjseases
of President House of the next State Letnslature' to take I upon ,
W.L. Sharker Misswtpbj, ; + 1 consulted different physicians, and --a I tii:
Governor McDonald, of Gtorgu,Vice Presi. such other measures as may be necessary Convention. /; tried "i'rioa, remedies, bat received BO benefit rims WORK Isof1ars5. eecotth.1 S _
to insure success in the coming election ando untit I commenced using 25rsapar3a. '1 JL r. S
: your
lag Dear1nro THOusAa$ bsts. '- "
dent; Wm. F. Cooper and i.:. Ct' ,Eastman. of report to a future meeting of the Whigsof Corrapofufcncr of the Savxnnak Rrpultica : ant !io. well ; the sores are now all healed. and I Of FirTKES BtnD rLATKS aid SIX TBOCSAS9 -

Tennessee, Secretaries. ir', i J .. the county. JACKSONVILLE: E.'F* June 3, 1850 attnbute tane. the remit entirely to your valuable med.. wOO It will present *orkS g-4rsw1 g **

The President stated the ob;I'Mt of the Con- The following gentlemen were constituted Mean.'.Editor: I send you a few cotton IN QVAUT BOTLE.. ; Yours with respect S and Pans gratitude CABOoa in aDd the descriptions> United States.of the most IndewSrfea lmfrrfTtrt of irlibei UM.ret 't "

disso'pettitle iri but to b :onu and some small pods or bolls.- I Eebg -personally scasated! with' the salts of Amerieaa ingenuity ft dIletMtaiji earn
vention. It was not to per the committee person
: : I!O1 THE RE110V .
AL bore
My cotton is from eight, to twenty-four AND PERMANENT named 1 believe her statement to DO evT plots practical treatises on M.ch4iMaebIssTEngine.ork
the Union. They mtJ to consult OB D. R. Dunham, Ignaeio Lopez S. M. inches high, and some i is even higher than CURE OFALL DISEASES-ARISING. recu JAUES M. D. CAKE. ,and Engineering hit* all that
Wakeman Geo. J. Jno. FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF JustieeofthePeicPrepared *. nsefolin more than oa* taouan4; d 0aa* worth
to Zhenbaner
it deemed M. Han- first bloom the 31st of
what measures was proper. that. I taw a ou THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE : of folio volumes magaxines aad'tfth books.
adopt to arold disunion. 11 eon. Manuel Crespc,F. Bridier. G. Washington May, and now there are a good many My s1TEM. VIZ t and sold wholesale an&ietsil 177 A. The great object of this publi. aa it,to pleV -
Jos. S. Sanchez John John I nnd is R. at D. SANDS,. Pruffgiits and Chemists, 100 before .
Manucy, corn is in the silk and tassel, very practical mea and.t.dess stt4lasiaaMsait
After some ducnssic* wih rtgad to the Masters. Jr.. and Gen. Gionople. promising. Better seasons 1 do not wi>h, fula or Klft evil, Rhewnalim, ""iJ&t&tt Fulton st, corner of William, New York. Sold of theoretical and scientific kaflLwleige,ia a oea-
futanimt truptiont
,jnmpla, or jmtlttln m the by Druggists generally thronghottt the United
form shall
ordered dented as enable theta work to tM
credentials of the Delegate it pas After a short and pertinent address from than we have had. As far us I can learn. fan, btfrAe5 ..rhnmicsarteyet, ringworm States and Canadas. Price 1 per Bottle six bert advantage, and to avoid these top Aistakee

that a Committee of one from each State, Mr. i ft the crops are in excellent cond.tion; throughout or tttten tcaldhitu/,enlargement and pain t f Bottles for 5. which they might otherwise enucait.' The%
and I Washington, was enthusiastically and East Florida.A the bones !tdjmnt,stubborn ulcers, typhibtictymptomi. Fur sale in Jacksonville by .amount of useful lnformalioaUme; Uwigntto* .-
receite regulate
should be i tcmttn
appointed ? unanimously PiiAKTEa OS THE ST. JoaN*1. 'or lwnba-asd dueatetanting June6. J.FORMAX. getter is almost beyond precede lasuea works,
aO the of the Delegates present.On from an tnjndieioiu,utr .of trurnirv, indeed there is hardly MbfccJ'.witaia 1U "
names f. any .
Resolved That the of St. John's Augustine, C.ZrtsvcaPniiasvo'i
Whigs afitUet drrpsy ,
or or
P. S.-Since writing the foregoing I have txpitmt imprudence mir which 13 not treated WittMea rlnsnuee
motion of R. B. Rhetl ths Convention heartily the nomination ( a"so, chronic coiutitutional disorders Monticello; LEWIS & Axes,Tallnhmcs' C. R.
., county respond to measured several stalks of cotton with asquare ; &c. Hem lcuo! & Co,.* &rannah.HeadQuarters and precision, that even a man of&e most e4i
meet Tuesday. made by the Whigs of "Alachua and Colnm- nary capacity cannot fail understanding tt,sal
adjourned to on ; and find that some of it is as muchas IN tht* preparation are strongly concen* ,

The Convention met pursuant to adjourn. bia. of the Hon. EDWARD C. CABELLas three feethighAiro1. '. rated all the Medicinal properties of SARSA- for thus hint learning to know.from? it much which- \ Isle$$ iaportant_'

I our candidate for Representative in the .. combined with the
-- -- -- 'ARiLLA, most effectual) From the list of satiiorsdent
ment. -- annexed thelnacbal
next Congress of the United States. mt the tfadumvUl* Hotel. lids the most salutary productions the most oou4 sbJu.b._.I"u...-. .
Alter prayer Mr.Rhett,of 6o,th Carolina The meeting then adjourned. I potent and simples the Vegetable kingdom; that all citizens engaged be practical i u4.

DoTed that the parliamentary of Jeffer BERNARDO SEGUT Chairman. Jane 5,-Rev.Mf.Blake and lad j;Miss Stnhhs \nd it has been so tally tested, not only by useful arts, etc., may derive esseutqu advantage: S
MiDedgeville, Ga; Miss DeLauney do.; from the possession and study of tW>ptibtkatiou;
son's Manual be adopted as lhemle:; of the D. R. DUNHAM, Secretary.The brnen iSavannah; Miss Westcott, fadi Fla. I tatienU themselves but also by Physicians, the following may be eepeciaflyruIaa&sd i _

Convention, which was finaly greeJ to af. June 9-Mrs. R. Downing. Va.; Mr. E. Downing i bat it has received their unqualified recomaendatipus Millwrights;moulders and betle waken;'artificers *

discussion.i Several C mpromli.. Washington; lion. K..tL. Cal .TaUabasaeet and the approbation of the public Florida Militia in brass copper and tin; e U.e* sad work ""

leT much and warm The Hon. Andrew Stevenson. of Virginia --- I and has established on its own merits a TALLAHASSEE May 20th &0. era of steel in general earpfenten?brfekaaakerajworkers '-.

hours were consumed in taking,the. vote by NEWS. reputation fur VALUE and rrriCAcr far suerior in ivory, bone, and horn* civil evgiaeen
formerly Speaker of the National House of SHIP W an election of Major General railway contractors and C08Uk\ ..fee earta--:
States, as it required time to ascertain the to the various; compounds bearing the for the 2d Division, Florida Militia was work and masonry of every deacrijpt oiu ardiiUeto,:
of the delegates from titfh'St Representatives, and afterwards Minister of PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. JUNE 13.ENTERED. lame of Sarsaparilla. Diseases have been held on tbe first Monday of April ult., and it appearing and bridge builders builders mst*:masons and,

sense the United State. to Great Britain. has addressed :ured.such as are not furnished in the records. by a full canvass or the Returns made to bricklayers;ship builders masters*C rteseb,ship ., S
After the adoption of rulei" ot it* government if time and what it has done the Executive Office, that BENJAMIN HOPKINS carpenters and ethers connected idib boildiag ?
[ already i
a letter to the Hon. Henry S. Foote, is elected Major General of said 2d block and
duly vnd docking snipe Bakers heap,
Convention adjoifrped till Wed Scb.O. K. Fish, Savannah.CLEARED. .
the of the June 7.- for the thousands who have used it. it is capable Division of Florida Militfe* dressers and rope maken;manubctunn of Caex F
Mississippi warmly endorsing com '
nesday. : of doing for the millions still suffering Now be it thin rfort Imnifn, That the above and cotton fabrics manufactnitri of tpisuuag
Convention to promise. He says-.'! confess myself friendly June 10-Sen. HenrylIo.ley, New York. imJ struggling with disease. It purifies, named Benjamin Hopkins is hereby proclaimed machines, roving machines card fcfcaken sad 1
The assembled parpuant duly elected Major General of 2nd Division Florida finishers frames willow fld pickers I '
to it, and solic.tnus; for its success. With cleanses and strengthens the fountain springs drawing ,
on Wednesday. f Several dele. Militia, and when commisioned will be obeyed ete, connected with cotton,flax,'avdf wool saa J
adjournment REWARD.
some modifications and amendments, (calculated $1OO of life, and infuses new vigor throughout and respected accordingly.THOMAS. chine,; calenderera bleachers aial .tlicopria. S !
gates not present at the or ''filaf9nVere the basis of the the whole animal frame. BROWN ten; cloth folders and measurers, mad persona Is.' j ,
announced and took their wati, after which to carry out true con- The diseases for which this article is recommended Governor and Comma.ndtr. n"f. terested in sewing machinery an hot and chain

tjhe committee promise,) I see nothing in it, which ought to are those to which it is known By the Governor:-Attest- cable manufacturers; cutting and *wrniag tool S

the gentlemen comprising ; !. justify[ its rejection by Congress or the people from personal experience to be adapted ; L A. THOUPSOS maken makers;;bolt pin and and screw-bolt needle maken" *X ;ry:
from each state were announce ; and I am free to say that I think the South .nd those apparently removed beyond tbe Adjutant and Inspector General. ;leather dressers and eurtlli me1w.- -

Mr. McRae, of Mississippi., fubmitted a sphere of its action have yielded to its influ- May 2i, 1&, .-3J. 3tCIUCUIT ren of great guns and small armsj candle vaken} .
might afford to accept it, without dishonor biscuit and cracker makers lace d'ra ribbea ,
aeries of resolutions declaringythe spirit of uce. The catalogue of complaints might ;
of its essential weavers;stone cutters and marble 3as ons;dyer
or the surrender any or b ic greatly extended to which tbe Sarsaparillais COURT:
the Convention was conth washers and banTers cOep4TS.cideran4S
vital rights." adapted, but experience proves its value, SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA cheese manufacturen; crown crystal, sad plate

Constitution and the Jni4f.l The resolutions Col.T. J. Humphries, a Misussppan: : cf and each succeeding day is adding new trohic To MAT Teajj. 1850.-J* C'tfUTJI. glass makers; sugar boilers and tt&mttt,with proprietor
provide that territory acquired by the ) to it. fume.dNOTHER of sugar pUotalions; nattofactoren ,
"great intelligence and discernment, aa unwavering BROWN Nancy Vanderipe, } railway, bar round ribbon and tG4I ilea; wheel 5
United States is to be pen ernii by the several PROCLAMVliOBTTHOMAS CURE SCROFULA. vs. V Bru.vex Divotci. axle, and spring makers; engine:dtiTtts sad per*
Democrat, and a man of irreproachable Governor of Florida. and John W. Vanderipe. JAnd sons conngeted with the locom tUre-'geaorauy}:
States through their agent in Congress; The following striking as will be
moral character has aJJres.1 a letterto now at tMe day comes the Complain engineers and captains of st amreajeBmaaagea
and further recommend that! "f the North WHEREAS, it having been made known to seen. permanent cure of an inveterate case ,by ber Solicitor.Ouian B.Hart,EM of stationary engines; lumber deles and owners .
the South : rights Mr. Foote, warmly in favor of the Com a murder was recently committed of> Scrofula, commends itself to all similarly and moves for an Ordor of publication herein. of saw milk; veneer cutters;ownrts of planing machinery .1
concede to guaranteed in this
will not promise. After defending the Comprornie in the county of HilUborongh INDlO State afflicted : And it being shown to the satisfaction ofthe Court ; corn millers, and per.en eiutete4 with J.
by the Constitution, tile formality i of by one JOSE PERFINO. alias ,and that by affidavit that the said Defendant resides out of bolting and bran-aeparatbig macjttiiier*;rand .
Bus he concludes thus f' said I'erfino, alias Indio was indicted t tried and SOUTHTOST, Conn., Jan. 1, l&iS. the tate of Florida,and within the Lu States; persona using grain-snellinj i, M.thresliLtf; S

association will bebrokerandl,l lead to none "In conclusion: allow1 me id sir; that convicted and sentenced to be hanged therefor: Messrs. SAUDS: Gentlemen-Sympathy for the It i* Ordettd, That the said came be heard at machinery; bob workers,carverr,.jpga istaa'|
intercourse between the two! fee&cnp; that pay And whereas said Jose Perfino alias Indio has afflicted induces me to inform you of the remarkable the next term of this Court. ornament makers in general;penn eaploy$fa 1
from a long acquaintance a considerable from jail and fled from Justice I effected in the That the of tf aad
escaped cure by your tfarsaparilla came And it is further Ordered, the si'd Defendant manulacturing gas makef t oopper
Con ss.bad no right to d trirnfnate l.- portion of the Stale, I have no hesitation, Now, the-efow, L THOMAS rtflOWN. Governor of my wife blie was severely afflicted with the appear and answer said Bui on or before the lead tubing; linen and straw pap r imiken; ship<

tween species of property h()i ,unJer the in giving it as my opinion that a large majority of the State Florida, by Tirtne of the crofola on different parts of the body ; the glands first Monday in November next and in default owners harbor masters and others Interested ii S
of the looking authority in me vested by the laws of said State or tbe neck were greatly enlarged and her limbs thereof that the said Bill may be taken aguiiut dredging machinery; well snkef34tra"M* -
Constitution. The re&olutiohi1! were, refer- people are anxiously dl hereby offer a Reward of One Hundred Dollars mach swollen. Alter suffering over a year and him pro confe&o: Provided, That this Ordor be philosophers, and others using pliilmothieal spsv

red. .1 : for Congress to devise Rome sucii plan of for the apprehension, said Jose, -Perfino..- -alias finding no relief! from the remedies used, the die- published in some newspaper in the State of J-lor- ratus and injtrnmenti minen. < 8gweers, aad } .
I cnmprom'se. and that they Would hail the Tnlio.- and hm safe delivery to tbe fcnenff or said e&de attacked one leg, and below the koe lOP ida for four months preceding others interested in pumping engine fretsosu in

Mr. Chester, of TennesseeGSered] : a resolution passage of the bill of the C.tmm'Uf'e of Thirteen Connty of Hillsboronjh.Mcx purated. Her physician advised it should be laid JOS. B. LANCASTER, terested.ia. canals and aqueducts;*&rebouaemea J "
for Print of tleiivent.ice; fran nzi- -Said Perfino. alias Ind o. it abont 40 open, whi h was done, bu without any permanent Judge Circuit Court Southern Circuit Fla. anl others usg hydrauue pressen'dyAaztometria 't
providing a Cornrajtt p on as a measure yrars of age 5 feet 5 or 6 inches in height complexion benefit In this situation we heard of, and cranes, jack screws, common tad fted cnaetj :.
ing, which was carried. Tife Convention tat;on* and dangers of whch: they are heartily natnrallv dark but at the time of bill e- were induced to use Sandi' taraapanlla. The Atruecopyt workers ia metals and alloys tus p tt workers 1 ''
sick. cape much bleached grev eres one front tooth first bottle produced a dockled and wouderful effect \ViTJCS4: J. .AT PraceweU Clerk nf out said spring manufacturers wheelwright*,.clock ma-
then adjourned to 10 o'clock W: Thursday Then sr: go on; reconcile confl::cling opin lost very thick bushy bl.irk hair either a Spaniard relieriug more than any prescription she had Court Key West, May 21st, A. D.1S5J. kern and korologists,ete, etc., etc 1:. !'I t .
evening. ;:': ions Mr. Pratt's arnenJment improve or a Portuguese. rpeiks a little EnglUh. is ever taken, aDd before she had ue4 six bottles, J. .. BRACEWZLL, C.M. c. c. The publishsra have expended,$AK .0-
j : adopt ranch addicted to craotinp. generally wears a to the astoaUbmeut and delight of ber friends, she May 30, 1350. 4m money to get original drawings cf'ttocaiaery iaj 1
By Telegraph to the? Savannah pvblican.NUHnti.iJune the details of the present bill, ro that a majority lerthrr band around his waist as a charm. and a found her health quite restored- It is DOW over a practical use in this country, and Iprre ucnsUe4 .
6. can unite in itsbupport; allay the feverish medallion around his neck. lie has several initial yu-r since the cure was effected and her health Brought to Jail..E almost every work on the snbject whether pab-

excitement that so deeply pervades letters and figures pricked upon his snub India einain* good showiug the duease was thoroughly A NEGRO MAN,, who his is fished in'JbDgUnd, France, or Geptaay,mel I
The number of accredited delegates! in at- eradicated from the syttem. Oar neighbors are says name essential part of which being exfcfrifcJ la thIs
section of the calm the troubled Sam and that he btlou William
: i is follows every country whereof t have hereunto these facts and think render it as perfect l
tendance from the several Stat-; as of b'.t'.erness: In Testimony aU knowing to very highly Brannco, of Shell Point. iiorida. ll isugedabuut23yeananIL Dictionary etepn
From six Carolina. wave-; dry up the water set ray hand and caused the Great Seal or baadi' caraaparilla., aboat fert 6 sire as possible. The publisher liatfe eftdsavond '
: Virginia ; Sh11 at their fountains; restore fraternal feelings of the State to be affixed at the Capi. \ Your with respect Jruus PIKE. to use great economy m type,so that each page J
seventeen; Georgia. twelve; M!$ .sippi, ele- and confidence amongst the people! of this (Seal.] tol. in TallahftMee.this 1st da.V of J nne. lucnea high; he had on an old white wool Lat; his of the work contains at least four tiftttjt the number j

'Yen; Texas one; .A'a' } twmty-one; Ar. that we look forward A. fl. 1S5n. and of American Independence Extract from a letter from Mr. Ingraham, wearing apparel he has the wu so torn of that barn it cannot his breast.be described of words found in ordinary pages ofljie same sis*.' ,
great republic, may ; scar a on f
kan5U two Flonda. 61): and &:large nun the 74th vear.THOMAS a gentleman well known in Delaware connv. will This has aLto secured to each pe 'woridnt-
; The forward
that owner come ,
and onward to that high destiny seems trove property
. Ub- BROWN, It commends itself to all are drawings ample size and clearness that mechanic
her from TenntlSee. The propsit&ons for and childrenby similarly and pay charges, or he will be dealt with aj the
to have been us our construct accurately de
may asy"machine
from the dtent States Governor of Florida. flicteJ : law requires.
by delegates .
Him who holdeth the nations in the hol. scribed !'J H.
have been referred to a Select Cqml11ittee.- By the Governor Attest! ROXBTKT, N. Y., March 2t 1347. M. H. FREKZE. The publishers are, hi short dafcrained. .

Thus far, these propOsitionicb3e been low of his hand.1LATKR C. W. DoWNING Gentlemen Mjr wife has used several bottles Jailor if Columbia County, Fla. gardleu of cost to make the work if* complete M.

moderate 2nd conciliatory, bd ''firm. It il ISTHMCS.. The steam Secretary of State. of your Sarrapanlla which 1 obtained of your Afay 30,1:50.: J tT possible; and it is hoped every$. desmua 1'I
FROM THE ianed
work will it
betieved the Convemdij % 'will reo Jane 13, 1S50. 6t gouts in this place, from which she h&s received I' obtain the procure as is maa"
generally mi5l' ship Falcon, Capt HrreTEiXE arrived at luh special benefit, that I aa induced to add Goods at Reduced Prices, bers and thus encourage the enterpifao. .
commend the Missouri Cotit and before themblic The work will be issued in mi-BmtWy .:
Notice. mine .o ths abundant tejtimouy now AT THE"JACKSONVILLE .
then adjourn to meet in OdtAer next.- New Orleans on the 25th ult. from Chagre-: in favor of its medicinal virtues. Her fiber CHEAP STORE. ben commencing in January, ISSOutad wm.] I -
Nashville is overflowing with tangers. and Havana, having left the former porton SEALED PROPOSALS Committee will of"St bo, John's receive Seminary by. mother, and mUll relative have Cil- gress The with whole great work regularity.f1 will bepiblishi1hanm'here .:

KXCCRSMJtf..4. the llth and the latter on the 22d ult. of Learning." located at Madiran Court lea that victitni she wo to consumption iaeliued the, and same it Wai supposed bn had Tie Sobwrfbrr )has just received in store at 25 cents per number,and eWpleted within -" t
A NOVEL lIon*, Florida until:o'clock,M..on Saturday, was way. following articles, which he offers at the current year,1350. A liberal. aeonai will> I
instant for San several of blood, Jte.. and at length
left the 1st turns
The St. Louis Republican coTAns an account The Oregon OP the 6th day of July cert, for furaiching material became sa rejueej that her Iii was dospaired of prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers: be made to agents. :l.< : ;

of made the J u aiartine Francisco with a great number of passen erecting and fitiihing complete of wood a main from day to day. We were induced to try your Printed Mutllns.from 13 3-1 to 43 3-4 Any one remitting the publishers'810bu4.
a trip by up the building,fifty by thirty feet, two stories high,with "anaparilla, M before mentioned from the ue of Polka Do., at 4334WhitePlainsndFIg'dd.fnt vance, shall receive the work thegb the post j
Tickets held at most exorbitant .
the Falls of St. Anthony. a& attended gers. were two wings,each twenty-Are by thirty feet. which her health has been restored; so that for 15 to 80 office tree ofexpense. i' .

during her trip the great Father]of Vatersa rates,and sold, on the eve of her departure The whole work to be completed ready for the past year she has been able to attend to her Ginghams trom 18 Sto U 1.2 March -. fc,f. :;' ,
of December next.- latest front 10 to-20
delivery by the Z'hb day lometie duties.Keipectully. Calicos of the style, -
few miles further up than fc l 4eaCBer *bad at $350 to $600 for the steerage Bond for the faithful performance of the contract yours, JOB B. ISGRAHAX. Linen Chambers;.,from 20 to 25 Jacksonville CHea ft(Store* i Tj
Steel's and $800 to $1.000 for the cabin. M. H. will be reqnired- Figured Laoes from 13 S-f to 73 t fet-'}' 3
before. She to
ever gone wtsi Persons disposed bid can obtain more specific BRONCHITIS CURED. L.C.Handkerchiefs from 121-2 to 100 LEDWITH'S BRICK RU2t.DING, .
Landing, situated immediately *$ the foot of cAixisTEK, Esq., was among the passengers information as to tbe character of the work to be The following bows, the virtue of the Linen Drills from 811-4 to 109Veitings Bay Street. ri ;!. -
I done, and also see a draft of the building, by pert from CO to 200 : f ;
the last descent in the great f fa(14sftstance(l : by the Oregon. eons! application tol3Aft'tON Sarsaparilla in removing Bronchitis, a disease SilkandLisletlirea.iGlotesfmn 12 1.2 to 621-2 nrmE_1. form SUBSCRIBER the citizens of would Jc.emtitbiseid jittafly-b.-: .3 4..

of seven miles and a half abovjc ihe'lown 1 of Nearly 3,000 persons were waiting at C. POP.. which, if not speedily arrested, leads to A fine assortment of Edgings and Insertions at rounding country, that he opened ith*(above-'

and in what; termed the Panama after the Oregon left. THEODORE HARTRtDGE, consumption. It allays spasmodic action, every price,with many other articles in the Dry tablishment with view to sell goo44 htnosMsaW j
St. Paul directly DANIEL S. GRAHAM. changes the secretions, and by its tonic andaUeralive Goods line lately received. A call solicited. rata believing that a 'nimbis a4u*is better ethan

Caldron. The L. was on a r4re excur. Building Committea. properties, removes the unhealthy May 23.-if WM. P. DEWEES. a slow shilling. H. bat nwfa,:sag ia
The Hon. ROBT. ST-UKCC and G. J. M'- will also be received sod consideredfor receiving, the xoer FACHKMntxx' sad
sion from St. Paul, with a I If: : party onboard Proposals action, and the patient is restored to health : constantly tr
REE.: of North Carolina appointed delegates erecting the buildings of b l1LBI tATtcsr STVLC of Fancy and"-j tafiaC Dwr
and the scene is describe.!.i r one who order of the Board ofTrusteesCHARLES i NATrrcuT, Mass.,Nov. ti, 13ZO. A Administrator's Notice MJ to wit ih! ;
i in March last, to the Nashville Convention1 RUSSELL. wish mike MONTHS after date, .'shaD present our and American l'rints4 mitbalDlj .
as one of the (ft t ,sublime L. Mevsits. SA M-Gentlemen: I to SIX English
was present &c..B. T. St.John's. S. of
that and advise and vouchers to the Honorable the *
'*' have declined attending body, public, for the good of those afflicted with Broa- Chambrays White and Colored r nilias
and beautiful ever witnessed; When the June IS, ISKh td the of SarsapanlLu Judge of Probate for Devil County, for a final
its adjournment 'to a more suitable chiLls, healing properties your Embroidered Muslins; Linen L5s
settlement the Administrationof
reached the rrt&t to which My wife suffered for twenty months in neb a and discharge from
boat had highest COUR14L.ACHU4 the Estate of James D. Pelote,,'deceased late Silk Tissue and Bareze-L.C. 1 HW4kSrCLIeSj
time at the same or some other place, when IN CIBCDIT : manner as U not easily described; at tunes she
powerful engines would catty'ler against COUNTIES. nut able to above A whisper and when of said County. Silk and Cotton HandkerchiefT} j! :
AND LEVY was speak .
and where the whale South with undivided
occasioned something Cotton Lisle Silk liod:Slk Do.
the whirlpool of a current a fo tt inch .hawser exposed to the cold air, it Gloves Spun
heart, may lift up a shottt of joy for our glorious IN CHAKCEKT. like spasms in the throat, the effect of which was CHARLES H. PELOTE White and Colored HoseS ; :'jj, |
was made fast to a cliff of I r is, and by tears to flow.- Administrators.January .
with but O. M. Dorman 1rs. felt in the ears and eyes causing Half-Hose fe jj
Union ;
means of the capstan, a few n r; lengthsweregainedtowardstbeattain. preserved or rally sad (Creditors bill to The complaint was attended with a dry cough, 1850. 6m Brown Shirtings and Sheeting j 11: ; \

determined purpose around the no less glorious James A.Peden* Adm'r.Of f )Marshal produced by the constant irritation, and inflama- u :.t, :. l -
tof a few K. O. UvingfUm,dee. j Assetts, ton ofthe throat: By the use of your Sarsaparilla JACKSONVILLE Bleached! ij ;
L standard of 'Liberty and the Rights of eared it being new more Irish Linens Silk Cravat CoI!+ : .j
feet never performed before an r several oft dec rectal order of said Court she was perfectly Female School ; $
pursoance Male and .
the Sooth. They both think the NAshville IN to ma directed all! persons having demands than three months ainee she felt say symptoms of Table Damasks; Scotch Diaper; r ft! '..:

moments the beautiful little Js1 mer wancataract Convention premature until Congressshall against the above estate are hereby required to the disease.Yours with GBOBOI C. HOBB. nih. 8abeifber Informs the citIzens Jack- Swiss and ,Cambric Muslins; ,tj i. :; ., S":
forced the billows of the mill r before at the town of Newnsasville,in .
op come me .1. tonvflle and surrounding country that he hasopened Butt Do.: Sriped Do.. j{ 'f: ,
act definitely on the slave question.Mr. .- Alachoa county at my office therein, bn the second Extract from letter received from Mr. N. ROOM a.1 Colored Berlin: .
where boat bark, or birch candied nr float their a his SCHOOL in the (second White ]\ V* -
in another letter leans in ft* (t) day September, 1330,and exhibit well known in Court-House. He returns his Co4 .
STRANGE who V. Harris a (gentleman story of the ) Trimmings, of every_ :J
all f l'
ieJ .
k tb and
before. The descent is descjri s being demand against came ; persons thanks for liberal patronage extended to bun.
; 1 vor of the Compromise although holding il ball not then come forward and prove their demand -Louisa county, Va: the_his exertions and. to Cologne; French Extracts : \
of and with and by perseverance
like the flight arrofci hopes
an \ objectionable in some features. *against said estate shall be excluded from "Gentlemen have cured a negro boy of mine merit a continuance of the same. Hie terms Pearl Gilt, and Bone Buttons; s. (, S
which tiller wheels and steam l but little the bsnent of this decree. And such persons not with your f arsaparflla, who was attacked with are- Coat's And Lees Spool Cotton'' R -

do. ;U todTJ ps.rtlessatidssaitwho shall come In before me scrofula and of a scrofulous family. For Reading, Writing 5- and Arithmetic, Netting IIII, [
to However cafe Mosquito
ghly ;
THE CROP is ALABAMA. correspond and prove their demands, shall, before they are "Yours truly, N. VT. HAUUS. qUarter, t4 00 .
a-awing gay party assemb 3 on board. ent of the Mobile Tribune who writes admitted as such creditors contribute the proportionate "Frederick HO Va,July 1?,tsa" The per above";with Grammar,Geography, or Fridge, Gimps and Elgingj ,. .; : 5 1.
thereof to be settled by me M .kq&Lai "
Besides the reputation, Capt. "MJ j *b has obtabed of thl expenses SAM'L., EUS3ELL. SANDS' SnuutLu.-1t seems almost History, per quarter, > S-500 With every 'ari0t7-orGoodl S
under date of June let speaking 4istsr. Or with two of the latter branches per a Dry Goods Store. Persons wIiri10: .

S the premium of $zoo, o! e& by the growing cotton in that section saysS-We Jane 6.-2ffl Special Master Chancery. unnecessary well to and direct so deservedly attention! popular to an article, as this so quarter, S 50 chase, win do well to call andexai.] ,..them'. --:': -

citizens of thai vicinity to *4) steamboat know that as a general thing throughout the T. VA.OZ' preparation known; bat patients often who induced wish to tons try* rattles-. will r also teach, Latin the and higher Greek brandies,if Dec of Mathe BelT. WILLIAM P.o' -

that wonld' ascend SteePs g. He state,the plant is not three inches in height. Sea Island Roller Cotton Gin the worthless extract compounds of,Sarsapsrilla bearing are the name, bat eon- Hours of Tuition-From 9 S to 12, aad from AptH 18 10EASTELV .. S t _

more ann the prize, whi f pa prompt Letters received, yesterday from Lowndes taming little or none of the virtues of th valuable 2 Wto6 o'clock.WILLIAM. T.. FERPAUL In Circuit C JOT' .
and perhaps it will be| Subscriber begs leave to inform the root; and we think we eaanot confer a greater rnOR1A: '
ly paid, cany years that in (
state planters that directing their attention : tf
the' hoarse voice of old f|. Amhotiy county countyare Th planters of Sea Island Cotton sod the pubU.c benefit on our readers than in of the Messrs. Sands JacksovilkMay9,1850 CoUNTY or D0TAI! Ut Cat ". ,:.
title ploughing up their fields and replanting ,that he can supply them with. his.doable and to the advertisement beenenlargdtdbo1d .
isigain hashed by the, shrill of abefore' in another column. The bottle has recently EliUhethCI1la" ) jjII. ''t

steam engine,'right under his ;; .even. at this late day.. One of our single 8ti 'ISLAHD"'Rotuca COTTO*:Gtss.- most respectable and influential citizens, best, really good article will find concentrated S Alex&nIer.CullkhlR.S. :4j s
lst ,, re : No doubt ii longer entertained the/ are all the medicinal value of the root. The experience DRY GOODS CLOTHING GROCERIES, 1T appearing the satisfacti C.srt
rrrD STATCS SUATO Excellency turned )'eterday.lrolu his plantation in Pick-, i Gina in use and the Subscriber flatters himself UM, of &hetl !baa prevel Its eese7 1D ca- ,- by affidavit filed,' that the D.et. b. -
from the general satisfaction he has given for. I rot which It 11 rse** _. dre. entitled cause" resides out of 4
tl! Carolina disease above
of but the various
Governor Seabrook ) 'discrtn ring
| that
ens county, can scarcely the he will receive their support.l'rices thin -
NVCU years, more any this opened Florida &ndbeyondth.jurlIiedaabsCcort.5therefore
a' have
: meDded .4 UNDERSIGNED day
,. has appointed the HonJ; Robert I." W. cotton has sprouted. .Another large planter low, and the Uini.:made'. -of the.best us. other, pertapsv; 1' thSmedidne 1IIetaI In preparing mIlE.1. a Ct r*.on the North East corner ol BAT on motion of said Com1irssI, by S S

lace of terials sod.wvrkmanabip. the iitem for a change of ,-.oD. JlQmI OCXA S&newud.. will'conduct business. James. Bt Eaq bee .irst
Bare well Senator from is .: and
to Congress "jl; Antauga county, willing; to bet that Boxes Ako ,BRCSIJJ* .. JeSnut, Sept.. .lSd.5 -b---- therein under the name and style of It it Ordaruf That said Defendai emet and

Colonel Elmore,deceased. Ill' B $ue1II' there will be blooms, in his ,field. ,until for sale Wp and GIns,repaired st the lowest, EV2flOflESS STEPHEN answer the Bill of Complaint Ofa4dIIIrP1a1sab.
I *
rates. I within three:mouth, UMconfessrd _v 5akSa&
atteadliW Ion tbe : or
cow-'at N Nashville in .1 first July. .Aaa.VItLut.3Gi pi received tr steady him. ;.,' 5
_ the following certificates: : our They have opened nandsome.assort against --
Southern Convention as one ig>4 Dele trtvmage0' S of Fever meat -or DRY GOODSAND'CLOTHING! Ats/KrtIerOnto> That iei1OdMmJ
C in : 5
AcottC Talue eases. '
:MOKCKEHTTO Mis. Osuooo.: fe Agents .abow"-ita and..n.
-We learn to which wfll be shortly added alarEe \i1I11e by the Q fit wa 4b'_t$}.
....A It P front the StateatWge'- tyefrapbic l Muxl'ol.D k UAKSIS .: Sores *> lected dock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE,S limbed 1D some newitsuetprlatrdera -
des tch has been forwarded toft &: ,::it that from New,York that a committee composed N. A. HAlunut ChsriestoBSJC.'tSa vaan&bB. ,Ga.' -Cai 5- Atio,Ii;Sept. I2j 1840.Messrs. **.;and an'articles in general demand. Circuit Oi1oriaaoace.w.S. S
; of a number of eminent 'literary men, P. SaiTB: .. 'of S Intend to seQ reasonable terms for fot three mouths.I- : i ; -; >
They 'I'
j aaiMaJ.t&.I.bt&tAetI ,
propose Pal &F.a 'Bri ItHno* G t r t 55
place! his 'i iic'fi Mr.BrnrellV tt. a. H.uJ It Co, .. wt JOu.eU DOUGLAS .
aanoanetng and respectrBlly
to pablish,' as soon rf as po iible, a volume B;THOJU* *Co.= black Creek E. ., a&your store a bottle ut&**-! CASH? commiT wtoiwca 'mo. JI "5- 5-
uatroue.Germenta .
J :,f gentleman of h jj tbaracterai /aokloaYillf b,F. ,tbea eoanaed to ,bed without a share or the puhlie I S r.Ln 8a.rk of > ., :
T.O. UoLaru fc CA-i riUa sad "aa my -
,. ; to be made op of,the free contributions : S Violent pain will bo tnanttfactored to order..heretofore. hereb1emifr&keaMft 0__ 81. ..,
I'aTtU1 It Kiio Uarnt For&iu.- tors weeVoeeaskmed by a '
1 sleep ,
aistingtuchei talent. He wi ]f4rntedy of of cur best'writer: *, the proceed.of A.A. DzIoL4glarienO- free a regular fever sore of long Btandinr.my > ,. :f. KtEL" >. &S 1;STEPHE4"i" .- Ordermaa.Dd IIIUn4 ofnecri ,
a member of from thl $ and some C. lave tbs tfI Ia Com usthli3k: ssru_ ,I'i_ S
': Congress ar, J ti. Vnzak Co lIs..tor&,8 4 riP&kt..r1Jr1 physicians advised mete April 25tb 1850* coma ;
'j:: for seeralyesTs thf able Iij L PaPDIar the *a!.' of which .are to beapplieito, the G&oUI L;.u&ovt.1f, .swnacTU1OE.t, .. .. '. .f limb uuftuUTmyjfgMyut the 1.r means : :: -'- ,;-. .D.15fO.. ,''L1SwTiIzawuuoY..lu9e1mtvfi.+: '-- !k' :" .t; .'"
the .
President of Mottnt Auburn WM.' ) likely to toy life-After of ;ttaasOks to the'fruAUeffoithe S .
the to preserve 4e
College of Sc : zolina. erection of a monument at & .S salty 3te mty ..- aa I aaz at.aII. S
UM tin : '
ETf botUe the to subside L.'J tII7 .
e pain began [
sFvoac S A WATnxAtf.- : : very liberal patronage heretofore bectowedpoasBev : ;' q..
: McxicoAdrices. frcl; tI the memory'of.the
:l. 14iecb Mri ,larE.. Hewitt, ,aladyed.mirably'q .UonAE_ A C.U,:f&fi larry., tad Trtden I, my regular huskies; and. before> : DOlt.who arc indebted:to at*_will please coil;L '!-' S S-S '<2Sr '.
"'; :'. the 7th -oh.'have been recvet ',''jTite eleetkm (fcgooj. Un_._, .., ._ _.' ,- flnibedtbe fourth bottto,;! sJ well *nda pronpUy and settle. : .', : .ByLWrCi Ii ;-'

::. of Pre.ideiti'appicachir :.'fQ aly tf.t 1iW lot the :task,'.luu bees,.cekcted .THOMA'S'Y ANC& pound Sf ever 1a.I 65d5 had beea smpar1fls*:fl .have was aft the nentauon maul, May 24,1850.. Moz9 0 :.S 1,1S.c.; .& -< 'T
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: THE FLOnrn DAIREPUBLIOAN Cost of o&e.thonsand doUar. The heads of Wes- Madison Female Mutual Life Insurance.AGIKCY ;' .o"iljc... .. '.
Seminary, ._, .. "J.t ; -\1 Ih.I of CUP, baa eig4tf
rand Fletcher of size for "- 'h
are a framing.; :CLAIMS AKWASnJNGTONE. :
; DE:*RYTflVUDAY.AT The o 'FLORIDA. FOR saaa .t1i.i : "ot.1r. Tawu 1ti
( above plates cannot purchased at tna. 1.DlS0N '. .. yoaaf
J. uTOl CoRtptF.bVOMi3SDREW; stores at leas than three dollars eah. ; .COURTUJOUSJ -" : '. : Or Till I .Ia..t ,;P'ffa, a, f! ., "

I J W. L.- HRTSON A..'M.t, PflhIUIP.&L.. .'New,York .1,1 fa InsUranCe .Company,. 'nLLi I.". nAvcitiI. call Dr.TMrUtI.J-s&.enoad11q 1&0"-
'. Another Set of Plates for CIA ,' ,
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t'lt' ) t. : J." fI-si
Towun. 4oci
i i !tWo Wall 'JVettrTcr tKY.C 0* u4
68 Street ; MIAlt WltJLABB'S Ranr.nrr.cS1'1..utA AVXSCTf, ,!lrbm .
Tuici.-Thz4 INSTITUTION( cari of Mr.
Dollars payable distinct offer from leav under tht
per annum rlS
: tht'abov &wksS"aIZnI6.1
r avarwul
.poa' .. \ to take their c wide assisted bMI.I1ol. 'w ''Mosul FUlL ;''President.; :' **> Continues i to givt his prompt attentfori'ttf th't arrangement I1t t

} ,; stI4tI! bf1'; i a before the'expiration',. range those 'we of now premiums-either prpos. the -above offers_ or opened Monday for in the Ja rept l .f-Ppi, ." ." _. I!SPECR LINT. BENEC..Yi: President'_ and prosecution of.claims before Congress eels parpoM-of .fft/iinlmf; what.fct,U tot.r.,TMs. IU.

? : erLb. ytar,are d( ixgediJM.JUwtisements .: Eve of a club, or any subscriber in .From a knowledge M'.ld Mr. Har.on'. Amount:of Funds liable for losses, ':'$203,099'8t4Bal. 'or any of tile Executive ..Departments. taatioB tht l } '4etiTivvaad pnrthaat

f ;Jrill': b*inserted at the following any 'way IIha each to entitled to.the four superior 9icO at mOIl ..of Premiums above investments/ i 165,93767 Claims arising from:the Revolutionary,,Florida, BOS*bat the OtfVltfX OXIOUML OLD DtV JatotJl8

: fates OM Do fl&1i&ri (twelve lines for followin I''scriptural 'platl"Christ's ample ad istlonal tf their tsabract or Mexican wars; Invalid Revolutionary*Half- TowassaffsIlktMtt. .. Living M It,IMH OI4fciUjr .DI"'fi
: Tleboke! success, the Trustees '
: '
;: '. tht first, and Str Jcty-IIve.Cents< for,every subsejotnt 'The fwo Marys at Weeping the Sepulchre," and the the opportunity of reeommenarog it t tie tonsidraU from the llo 'Dauy'Adpertuer, March 17,'47. pay, or.Widows'' Pensions;;:Naval or, Army; UsOtTOI :'t
.\ Insertion. ::1 JToj irly.Advertisers liberal iveranca of St. Peter." -- "D of parent*aDd guardians may b d. 'LIF JNStUNC:"Apractical illustration of Bounty:Land or, Scrip:under law of Feb.11, *lbs seat Of arSSJ' ; '

: 4de. Premiums are only sent when sirens of giving their daughters or ware Insurance has recently been 1847 10 1343; Arrearages of Pay and
discount will be !iAll transient Advertlse- 'lblptoD a ,or August ,
:. remitted direct to the publisher.The OUKh and refined education. furnished in this city, in the ease of our lamented
: :' ..us.x.ptb7Jrso *paving a running account Lady's Book for will contain several .This Institution is located in the immediate viinity fellow-cithen. the late Edward'F.,Test.. While Mileage due returning Volunteers; :Claim. for .

:: with the offloi) matt be |.tId for previous to publitatitn. mndredgood engravings.18 c of the village Madison Cut.House,out in good healtci; some time last year,,he effected Horses lost.and: other.Property destroyed; Expenses '1 )

.j1' f { 1 Postmasters and I others .sending Clubs ,will of the most delightful and' & t.OW in the an insurance on his life of $5,00OI) in tht New- incurred by Volunteers before being mustered '
'J 1 oblige us very much by having them all addressedto Southern country, having a population, >hgh! York Lift Insurance' Coipn1. (formerly ,the
.' Ptrstns a (tiVancfcan| govern their remit one name. It is no inconvenience to them,and mora and intellectu culture equ t any,.the Nautilus,) of which M. Mundon is and received into service; Waggon-mas

4 '.i" taatts(or advtrtvjte t7, hjrtht; following rates will be a great favor to us. $ agent in this city. Mr. Test died very suddenly, tars ,and Teamsters claims) Marines', sailors',

9iipiers (trtlve irs! ) published six months Premiums to the towns larges In this Institution,the whole'count of ltro and the other day the amount for.which his life Ice.. &0
.: sending ih ion will be thorough; and the pupils was insured five thousand dollars was promptlypaid
..c : sloco! number of lusces emitted( to pass over any study. without a intimate over to his family byMr. Mnndon.. Having all>the forms necessary for a proper

e' Twa squares, i* JB-Onths, 15 (00 The town sending us; largest 'nuber' of .acquaintance with it. This will be especially This circumstanctTequiresno comment from us presentation of claims together with the ''ruin '

-I 5ttcts: to .If an.erediton, 10 00 mail subscribers for 1850 will be to the the case with the exceedingly important subject to give it dud force.c ,lt speaks to every head of a and regulations governing the;different Depart
Book for 1851 and the next in of Mathematics, in the different ranches of family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood,
Lady's g.atis number
:! f ; ments he is to undertake all chums tf 4
r administration 5 prepared
| 00
JtppUeatin! \ *, each subscriber shall receive any one of the i which pupils w thoroughly died. and required and should not be disobeyed. The advantages of .7
I for UIltRDetnitt qt t e ndidates for office, 6 00 abov plates. to give" reasons for sp in every tho system, its beneficent and happy results will what kind 8ooer. that may require the servicesof

K.enneue.i4twtUbe! made unless the same Addsl L. A. GODEY, calcution. suggest themselves to the mind of every reader; Agency at this place

( Wh $ih* amount charged. 113 Chesnut street, Philadelphia. clas in Music, Drawing,Painting, WaxWork and we trust induce him to "go and do likewise." Particular attention given to tht settlement
t accompanied proper
jaa 17-ly ,and Embroidery will be under the immediate Certain it is, that no prudent man, who has a
-4 Editorial noti t, rprivate benefit will be care Mia Hartson; and there is no instiution family dependent upon him for support, will neglect of Quartermasters' accounts.

aorgtd double tU rat* of advertising.f ) ,North or South, where these branches are for a day the insurance of his life. Charges moderate,and regulated the amoaat

... Obttr'; a i d Marriage notices,will SPLENDID ENGRAVING.THE taught The more thoroughly or scientifically. claimed, and the extent of services required.All __
strictest attention be the
paid to morl
\tjmalisktd p'.t" t and general deportment wi the 'yonng ; Annual Rates of Insurance of One 'Hundred communications to insult insertion, mist

C.RftIRIt1olI4rnutL. pout paM. SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PUBLISHING AN while,at the same time every thing of a tt&a Dollars on a Single Life. be postpaid. dec 4-tf usiifl4 OS*

'.- h_ ___ ELEGANT KNGUAVINOOf influence will be a carefully avoided., OLilS TOWNSEND
-: ALL COMJcTfnOII ECLIPSED. the 'Deat 01 the '.'John tVesleyKNGRAYCD T.scholastic of five year months of ten months each. is The divided first into session L11! A .o3 H + S. 'p James 'V. Bryant, THE OK&UAti inaCOTEBM OF TJIK"I,

.. 0 TH* '.TAXDAstaMKniCAR 'PmlOWCAL.Graham'4 IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OJ ART, commenced on the second Monday in January L .IfrL. ATTORNEY AND COT/KSELLOR-AT-LAW, Geauine tftjtrasend SanaparilUu "' 1

.h: BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ, and to end before the second Monday in Junt. ( .( p.; = p. .d : Will attend to Professional business ia tht Coart Old Dr.Townad'U low' &beiit7Geszi" af tft:aa4:
The second to the second Monday -
commence on < has long been knto as the A VTHOR a4plCOrJMZJl
Magazine, 185O. AFTER THE CELEBRATED PAINTING in July, and end before the second .10ndyl is 18 IS 11 gs or> the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in lbs Federal of itaT KffVIJfK ORIOIMIZ. 10 -

p :d OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. December. Pupils can enter at any Is 3 I a II Court for the Northern District of Florida. StfJfD MJtRSJtfJRIt." B.Uf poor,a*was sew .

.' rW\HE mtrur'irabamr lor Jan- mmig tic way good men who have spent will only be charged until the ndof the term.- < s"q :'II.i '.4' :ALSO' -- """ t lU4 ta limit btjionvfaetiiro,by whitli saaaaa It aaf
? iplenaia c. AGENT lain kept oat ef.ia5. aa*tk.sass ztKosnolaa) M
their derive
lives in however :
.10", has t .|en the whole country by surMagaime the service of their Divine Master, Pupils area avantage. ,byenter- 14 72 W 1 53 41, 1 78 .1 83 3 31 those only wha4 pwvad Its worth sad kaowa lu t-
few ever exerted a influence for ing,at the > fur general Business in the State, respecting
in greater than bKmnng of .
: .' prise, nigh as this' has always stood good tr.Young 88166 42185189340 vain. It had nchd th* ear say SMvartaaUaa/
literary exceflenceandpctoraI beauty in circula- did JOHN WESLET. With high powers of intellect pursuing course will receive 15 77 grants and donations of hinds, and the locatie: u the person wb. M4 bean healed of IOn dlsassa*.
lion aDd reputati > Hibas won already for 1850( he united a gentleness of disposition which ena diplomas or certificates of graduation. 16 84 90 1 C2 .43192351 or selling thereof. and saved from. fxc9I3
::1\ 44 1 63IS
17 86
bled him at the that
time wOlUlerrai
atd.Iant. touched the
and mor ,, laurels in the loud COURSE STPDT.
greener 45191196373 BALING
tender chords of the human OJ 89 92169 ALSO AGENTfor POWER.
heart.to convince the .
of the
praise 'Which co:.,es .from. every quarter understanding of the truth and of the The course of study is divided in five classes. 19 90 94173 46192198387 Ksnwlag.ewM'*t.r. '/ that h* had by Ut skflf,
importance the collection of Claims the United
\I Diem ;, 20 91 6517747193199401 upon and devised aa article which woald
ef number precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. The Studies of the Juvenile etoac expaneajw c
Edition the
;, The Pint January And when we take into consideration that Writing, Drrmmtar.Splg. 21 92 97 182 43194202417 States for Military or other services, pensions, lie of ineslentaV" idraatage to mankind wha Off
exhausted, ample as our supply was Read .fent
already h tarnbbad It into
22 94 99188 49195204449 volunteers mean would ta bring aalvanafnotice.
manifold labours of usefulness furnished and for horses-
extended to supplies ,
thought to havfrfcpep, and A SECOND EDITION a p 23 97103193 50196209460 I when iteJ *tfn*bI* virtues would be kaowa
:1. efemtat ekfp ct *' now in prrtt. The vast increase riod of more than half a century-that during First Qtatt Reading, Spelling, Modern Geography 24 99107198 51197220475 other property lost, for which. the United States: and appreciated./Tai; time has coma tile aiasin aw'
whole period an unerring course of rectitude Grammar Writing, Arithmetic. ,
of Its here'' .uniarallclled list of subscribers waamnifested sappltedthls 'i -
52202237490 liable.
i- enables t!tie to promise their in his walk and conversation-we cease Second Class-Arithmetic concluded Elernen- 25100112204 GRAND 4NzirQ u.ifT.r.UJ ?RZPALftO
: .. suecessift5 ol puWishers iniinlx-rs of beauty and excellence to wonder at the very high degree of estimation tary Botany, Modern Geography with the us of 26107117211 53210259524 Address Jacksonville East Florida 'Is I maoufactureiMoaUiM largest scale sag to called fcl
readers be with which his is not only by the Globes Parsing Exercises, History of the 27112123217 64218289549 throughout Qnftii and breadth cube 1aad.1I1Iat:
such as ecu equalled by no period.icdInthe the members of memor cherhe, the upbuild United States, Watts on the 28120128224 652323 21 5 78 Iv a*it Is round capable of def eacratkw or deteriemITnUl
world. It
ing of which his untiring and Reading, Spelling, and Defining. 29128135231 50247356605 Philip Frazer
energy exemplary ,
ilrcadv the Jar4.
Those whohaTj< seen January number 30131136236 57270420627 *young !Townsend,Improves wttk a*
need no ownnltipfs ul' its excellence; and for piety so much contributed, but by the truly pious Junior 'uditBAlgebr Geography of the 81132142243 58314431650 I ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW,, ud never chang*. bat for the better; because Ilk waV .

those who hue n8, *prefer; affording the unprejudiced of evrYlecL. Heavens, History, Analytical Botany 32133146260, 693674636 JACKSONVILLE FLA. pared su ,.lW fnnttfltt by a inntojt* sum. TatJUghest
and fcitsoUfitrd praise of others. Thepress death of Wesley was perfectly COn! aa ,Parsing in the Poets,Readg.Essay Writing 7 OC I knowl d0 Chemistry,sad the latest dUca*'
from one raj of tl.e country to the other with the even rectitude of his protractrd lfe. and (daily) Composition 33134143267 60435491 725 Will attend to any professional business entrusted mea of th.art. I4ve W been brought latoreqnlsitioa fa
echoes the public rbicc in pronouncing Graham's ads another to the many proofs that the of Senior Students-Geometry,Algebra concluded 34135150264 61453 508 to him in tho Courts of the Eastern Circuit the niasufactnre411b.Old Dma BanaparUIa. Ta*8er*
good man is peace." The closing scene of the Trigonometry, Logic, Intellectual 35136153275 62471529763 saprrilla root It t*, well known to medical nest eoatalaf
Marline to be tcJ ablt and most beautiful periodical life of this venerable man is the one which Mr. Chemirr. Natural Philoso 361391 57 2 81 63400550785 and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. II* has away medicinal fcoJ. rties,and some properties wakk
that ass e r4 bern issued in any country. Phlosophy. .for 37143163290 645095 81 are inert or uMites, aitd othm. whiek if iatala4 rapreparint
Cluton has so chosen the of Daily Writing also such an advantageous connection with an
For ourselves seerein {the faith of our vast body happily a subject optonal.) Essay 331481 70 305 65534599865 it furs produce ftnunttlu as4 eaV
his beautiful of Studies.
subscribers, weilaach! at, as well as defy the paintnga faithful copy of which Composition, 39167176311 66 559627 895 able Lawyer at Washington city; as will ensure which is injnrion to ih* systenb Borne of the properties -

I puny efforts ot coriyetition around us. Every attempt would engraved be in mlUe we have thought PRICES OF TOITIOJI. 40 169 183 320,. 67" '590 6 62 9 45 a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as of SarsaparU aw.so .ttlaOt that they aafiiatyvaporate
9CioV a memento would wishto and aMlost Ja the preparation tf they are aot
steal tk i *garb, by our imitators thouand
to ) would' be discomfitting to have framed and hung parlour. In Juvenile DameDt. per ses. of 5 month.$10 00 may be placed in his.hands, against the United preserved by a icgnttJU precu,known only la those7xperlenced
roar tjbich
..., produces brazen order to enable such as desire to do this to gratify Fit O. 12 C J. McROBERT BAKER,'.-Agent. States. ia ; ssanaaeture. Moreover these We-'
: any. thing short ofybe most pretensions. their desires Mr. who stands at the headof Class, O 15 C H. D. HOLLAND, M. D4 tilt pnunplu wnjcU'dy off ia vapor or a* aa exhalation
KEW AKf4srLEM5ID PRE nt'M. his profession Sartai. has been Junior studies, I 20 C Medical Examiner. Sept. 1, !- ,. ,under heat ,fe The very uttnttat mUul ffftriw '
to tLia nitd Sates. In his Senior O O 25 ( of the root whir* five v>it all its value.
"Tar. FrnsT RBAYFH a large and splendid engaged engra.ro Sudies. 0 March 28 1850.
Music O" O. ly Any person see{boil or claw the loot nil they ft a
rnra\'D' size a most exqui- best style and reiving upon an extensive patronage 0 Spencer & Baker
menotint making Use Instrument O u. dark colored Uqni2> WhIch' >s more frees the eoioflasjssattw
sfta picture for i-rtflor or study, is offered to any the price ben put so low that none who Jacksonville la the rone dlt. from say thing else; they can
1000 Female Institute.
desire need be without it. The Drawing and Painting, AT'LJW,
Engraving is of
J3 subscriber. TU premium is far superior toaDY i then strain this fe ipd or vapid liquid sweetea wits
offered elsewbtre.v a large size, suitable for framing and be Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 10 00 Jacksonville Fla. soar molasses .1it4'thea call -SAtSATAKlLLA
printed on the .best quality of heavy plate! paper, French, b'ab, and ..ln. eacb, lu 0 mIlE Committee of Direction has adopted EXTRACT or HfMjr.." BaC.'acJa ia act tt*arttel
rU\TIIEK: CHOICE. ,,11 very superior manner, faeh impression presenting It will be perceived that $25 00 per term is the JL the following regulations: Will practice in the several Courts in the Eastern known as the ? .

Far Three Dds, in sdvance, (par money inS all the beauties of a first class proof, and highest price that can be charged for tuition in The Scholastic Year is to consist of four termsof Circuit of Florida;in the U. District Court, GENUINE OLJ) :. JACOB TOWNSENiySiBSAPARILLA '

the State from wKUh it is remitted,) one copy of I will be furnished at the Literary and Scientific Branches, includingthe eleven weeks each. Northern District Florida; the Supreme Court _
Graham and a co$ of a Ancient Languages.The Orthography Reading Writing and Antbnte- This U so preptted/'ttiat all the Inert properties e/ti
A'b( LOW PRICE Institution will be supplied with Chemical tic, per term 94. The above with English ; and prosecute claims before Congress Sarispasilla root 4e LARGE MACXlrtCEXT PRINT, 1 Copy $' 501 I I 'Copies, $120 and Philosophical Aparatos, and a well assorted Grammar and Geography per term 95. The and the Departments of the Government at or beeoniing add 4t. *)( fermeaianoa i* extracted aad
adfctingnishedJingraver, and which may be 3 Copies 6 001 1 13 Copies, 2 O Historical and Miscellaneous Library. above with the higher branches of an English Washington.J. rejected; then ev nr particle medical virtue.
ia a sad CODqlll tad form sad thus 11..)
the beautiful 01 Clac..l pore ;
conaidered one of most specimens 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! education embracing Algebra, Geometry, History -
of Its valuabla and heaUas
Vocal Music taught to all the pupils McRoBEET BAKES S. SPENCER. Incapable of losiojf uy
art ever pweentedjiy! any magaiine rublis er.- natural mental and moral Philosophy Bota
So that members propenies. Prepaid U this way U ia saada the sees
And also, a new aM beautiful engraving suitablefor congregations and others without charge. Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, pt.6-tf powerful seat in fix*, "
framing, of a icred Subject, bv sending together and forming clubs ca obtain One-half terms *f tuition are considered due in Logic, and Evidences of Christianity term Cure of nmmferalile diseases.'

SEARING. TH1 :6AVIOCR TO TIlE TOMB, tl most impressive picture at advance, or the whole at the middle of the term. $6.; Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer, J.lIaROBKRT BAKER, Hence the reaxda! why w* hear eommendatieB aj

I Only Crt dollar aud a half a copy!!! Scholars from abroad can obtain board eitherin in advance. every side in its IM or$by Iu.women,aad childna..
prtpored-expressljLiuid at a very heavy cort, ss a the bed of the the family of the or private families The Scholars will be under the careful instruction JACKSONVILLE, E. J'., nod it doing wonder*.IB the cure ofCOJfSUJUPTIOJffYSFEfSU. .
dying patriarch i
Premium Gift toi fiew subscribers to Graham Surrounding are Pincpa and LITZR COMPLAINT'
of Female Teacher. COMMISSIONER DEEDS Alabama
the OF
town. an experienced ,Georgia
will furnish in lieu nineteen figures, representing the following i 'RHKOMJtTlSM.
I Magazine. Or, i 'esired. we and \f KROTVMI
pr. R. W. Provision has been made for instruction in
sets, (of of horn accurate PARRAMORE South Carolina North Carolina Main.
of either of thee prints a complete of our many portraits are Prsd.n' :11l.uc.for' Pll.E, cosrrJZS&all CUT.4KZOUf llU"
mezzotint portrait pf tbt en, from original of great rarity.) W. A. BR1NSON, which French additional, Painting charges and Drawing will be made.and Pennsylvania Connecticut and }Iw sippi. TICffS PIJtrijRSt;BLOCTUES,and aU aOeclieM
Kev. soN.Hey. I. BUNTING, aria{from i
S AMERICA HEBOf? OF THE LATE WAR WITh JOSEPH BRADFORD.Mrs. S. B. THOMAS, The first term commences on the 8th of October Jan. 1, 1850. ly IMPURI'nOF THE BLOOD.

J S If! MEXICO. CUARLES WESLEY. I). H. MAYS. next. It possesses a mturvrttoa*effleaey I.all_&..art
: Miss Applications for admission are to be made to slag from/ iifco,:from JlalttyffU*Summit, 0.-
14 1850. Trustee.
For Five DoUart.:Two Dopics for ore year,and SARAH'VEnLE. February ,
Rev. S ln the Committee of Direction. unequal eirenlatioii termination of blood to the head.palptuiloa .
t copy of either oft Prints to each subscriber. Mrs. ESTHER ANN ROOER J. M. DANIEL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, of the re r.r 7Vw DoIlc&. Five Cop a for one year, And Ur. H. D. HOLLAND, and hot flashes emit the body. It has not Its eqaal. taCtUt
a copy of the Magwcine to the Postmaster or person :Miss RITCHIE, aerward Mrs. MORTIMER. Madison Male Academy. A. M. REED HAVING removed his office from Columbia and Cngk and promotes easy expectoratla
Iorming the Club:) end either of the above Rev. JAMES Committee of Direction. to Jacksonville buys County and gentle penpirfkm.relaxing stricture. of tha laaga
Prints,or a eet of jtortraits? to each subscriber. Master JAMES ROGER, a child seven years of Exercise of this Institution were respectfully informs his friends that he has associated throat and every y.lez part.
For Jtcffl/y Jni/irt, Eleven Copies for one age, the only person now living who was then THE on the Second Monday of January R v. I. SWART Titaturer. But in nothing>its exclteae mar maalMsfly *aavid
year,and a copyof feitber of the I'r nor a set of present.Rev. last, under the superintendence and direction Jacksonville July 7,1S4D.fllrs. with him. in the practice of Law, his acknowledfediJhftn la all kind.and stag** at

#, the Portraits to mb subtcribcr,and a copy ef the JAMES; CREISHTOX.Rev. Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia brother, S. W. &UCDEXSON. FEMALE COMPLAINTS.It .
Magazine to the I'jetmasieror person fending the ALEXANDER MATHER. College. From a kowledge of Mr. Gaulden' A. M. MAXEY The firm will be represented at each and every works woode* h ease of JT**r JlOnt or Witatfiling
a. O
/ w. Smffrtnd f*FtarfwtJfauet.
Ii Club, with aco{y bf each of the large Prints as an Rey.ROBERT JOHN C. BROADBENT.Rev. \ capacity as a from experience this method to announce to the pub- Term of the Circuit Court in the several Countiesof Irrtftlft or the menstrual periods,and th*
additional premiuda.I6j ,- and during the quarter of the last year just fAKES like and is effuwalila all tha fjraai utMi*.
THOMAS that sho will keep open her Boardinghouse the Eastern Judicial Circuit the ; as enriag .
noADBE'f. closed well from the most ample and satisfactory Count.yofHamilton
Duett, ;
For the convenience f thOse forming a a the winter for the reception of ISV
Rev. GEORGE WHITFIELO.Rev. of former success, the Trustees during in the Middle Circuit the Supreme By removing obatrsctioas, and regalatlng lie geaeraj
Clubs in ecnnec&tn with ether Publications JONATHAN t tionia Boarders and for tne accommodation of strangersor
of unhesitatingly recommendit Court system It gives tog* and strength to tile whole body,
Grateful for the at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court St.
( ft willsend l! Jont HORTOX, Esq., one of the Executors .of to the consideration. of parents and guardians travellers generally. very liberal at and thus cures alljcirau of
One copy of the M$azini and One of the Saturday Mr. WFSLEY'S Will. : who may be desirous of placing those under their patronage hitherto extended satisfaction to her she will Augustine. All business entrusted to their car Nervous leases and debility'
tt Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD Mr. WESLEY'S i situation inducements ofhealthfullness spare no efforts to give to all. Her will aid thns ir relieve as*other
Evening P. for Four Dalian.Opt Physician -, charge in a offering receive prompt attention. prevent a great variety
and house is commodious, and situated in a pleasant saaladies u Sfnil 'tmUtit*. Jfarulfi*, ft Fatal
of the Macaj'ne and Two of the Post for Biographer. of location and high moral and intellectual Address-J. P. & S. W. SAXDERSOT Jacksonville
FIM-DoUart. t. A Medical Assistant to Dr. WHITEHEAD. culture inferior no other in the South part ofthetown. Dfnte S.teisg'. y.piltptit 'Crmlnf tut.
t Oct. Ihiral County, Florida. It eleaases
Jacksonville 11,1819.MAGNOLIA the blood excites the liver to MallJIif";
Three of the Magazine and Four of the Agents for the sale of this ern country. may be prepared at this
copies fine work of art, are Studlnt.s Jacksonville. Jon. 17 .. tf noa, tone tb* stn uirb. and give good dlgasfloav srUeve -
Post for Ten Ditttn. wanted in every part of the United 6'tatcs. For Academy to enter any College in the United the bowels ., Four copies of the ;Ugazine and Two of the Post further particulars, adrl States. HOUSE, lammaboB.porlfieS tb* skin. eqaafisea tie etreaJaJioerf

:. for Ten Dollar* GLADDING &HIGINS. Publishers, The strictest attention will be paid to the moral McQVEEN. McINTOSH blood prod0 507! venUe warmth equally an over
., Six copies of the J&g aziue and Mn of the Post Methodist Book Sre. North Fourth deportment of the students both by the Trusteesand ST. .AUGUSTINE.mIIIS 4TTORNEY42' the body, aDd tbe--is< nlbl. penpiratioa; relax all
LAW; itrletures and tiihaiew removes all obstracaoaa, aeIavIgoral.e *.
Twenty DoU Ai. Street .
I for < Philadelphia.This the Teacher. The Academy is located within well
known establishment has oj :WILL attend the Circuit Court/in the Eastern the enfijtB a"ivou system. II not.0.-
p GREAT TiriXR TO TOWNS. Elegant Engraving win be furished. the immediate vicinity of the village of MadinCoufHoul. .:I A. late undergone thorough repairs,and The Bicdlciii ydiipreciiiiInciitljBtcdT'Bat :
I wholesale and by the Methodist Es in or near which good boudng is now reopened for the reception of com Circuit; the United States District Court at St.
Tbt Post Office fi any own in the Union,from retil Bk reasonable can any of U-swiHonbesJiidof S.P.Twae*I d>
i which we shall reccjce the greatest number ef subscribers tablishment, S. New and may scholastic on mo into tr. of pany. Augustine; the Supreme Court at.Tallahassee; kUertor article Tnb v liquId to aoc ta at)'

to "Grn1e 'a Msgazine," during the by The their Agents throughout of this United Sts. five months year wi. b divide.session commencedon has The well earned it is the reputation intention of which the this House and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of COMPARED;WITH THE OLD Dies : *

year between-tbe tht! oi January, 1850. and the bear in purchasers mind that this Plate Engraving has been engraved plea by the second Monday in January last, and will acquired to sustain., present proprietor I Florida:against the Government at Washington, because of one GRAND''ACT.that th'* oa* ia.IXC, *''

tnt of January,ISM, (the Magazine to be mailed Mr. Sartoin expressly for this edition and enc before the second Monday in J u.e. Te sec Every accommodation win be extended to either before Congress or at the Departments. ABLE of DETERIORATION, and
to such Pest Officei'or to subscribers it tht.the NfeyZR -
through ,) impressions therefore, be all of the to commence on the second Monday u csts. Invalids, travellers, and others will find Jacktonville SPOILS.
., shall be entitled w.: a continuance of the whole der and not Jcb wi. are taken from tecondhand and end on Friday before the second Monday in this house desirable. It is situated facing the south 03- ADDRESS East ITorida.. while the other DOES'; rturtuf,ftrmntaf.ut UMS,.
number ofsubscripoocs gratuitously, for one year December thus allowing a short vacation at the with dark piazzas 175 feet with May 2 1850 tf njr tAt totau eontaiaiftg U into fragmeats;tie sow.aatsT
after the the for which Efgi each long. court yard liquid exploding a f ilrmaging other MM
expiratioiof; year the subscriptions end of session. Students will be required to in from goods! aaf.
trout northeast winds.
::1 5 shall bay been and.protected The this hombl tom iil-"J b* poIsonous to the i.1-
paid. in
the tuition for a session and I __
pay hal avoce. rooms are eligibly situated,large, and airy, the wig I pat uil ia.. !m ii.ecNhR.sii.
p ,iTnt !Jbe; continued either to DYING AND sireeiy
1 am man,and deem which relates to the at the end of the sion. &c.
9 the subscribers the h'ea to the nothi building fixtures ,being new.The House built What causes Dy pBP 'A but acid Do wanes an...
I : ia or agent through man foreign to my feelgs. of wood is lathed and plastered&c. In a word, it that when food soor la oar sioatach what --4k-
whom we may recede the orders for. quantities, RATES OF TUITION. is built expessly for the It produces fiam1szicr, beu&Hra1
and to whom tb. ck or packages be di- Tooth & Dlanhood. purpose. NO.73 YORK STREET '
p p gt may With the heart liver complTcorrnptlon dUrrh, *, caDs aarjVWiat
rected or to beth,tlf\tb.ere\ should be both in the .VIGOROUS_ .lFE. Orthography, Reading, and Penmanship, sent many Mrs.advantages combined, the pre .(REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE of th*bl la Sol>ral bat aai ata*!
tame town,as Ihe cjttt may be. OKI per session$8 0 proprietress Davis assures those patronizing ,) humor in the body t..What predates all tWhaaaaea
ft>.Postage on edl letters to be pre-paid. Address Premature Death. Arithmetic,Geography, English Grammar, the"house that her exertions will be to ,SAVANNAH, GEO.. which bring oa KraEhenm *of the Skin Scald Used,aarf'l

8AMUEJJ J ; PATTERSON CO History, Composition, and Elocution, 12 G please. Very respectfully, ,ErysipeIai'Wki SwelBan..Few Sana sjsj7
Ftb. 21. H Chesnnt St. Algebra Geometry, Plain,and Spherical TIlE PROPRIETOR. ALEXANDER all nleeratloitsiaurialaad external Ittoaelhtaf_"
Mensuration of Surfaces, ST.AUGVTTISa Oct. 20 IS der heaven, bat an amnnstaaee,which seam sadsr
Trigoometr. ,
1 Onljr 2 5 Cent Surveying Navigation ETURNS his thanks to his friends for the spoils all the fluid:tf the body, seen or. lea*.-What' .
LA\pVS\ BOOK FOR 1850. D. Solid., and IntegraiCalculus _> favors he has received since he commenced cause Khenmatlsu a_ or add HaSJ whtolrtor-,1
q ,Just filled with useful Dferenti DRUGS CHEMICALS &c:
., ; ,: mi pnblihed. I business this city in 1832 and would state to his sinuate sad itself Utw e*tae joints and elsewaen..toba-
: lag IaftaaIDlOIjIr' thnraes wfekk .f
Ph08Jhy. ape
b. das friends and the that
Comparison letifcan GodlY and the other .the Generative Organs. It Astronomy, Chemistry TO PHYSICIANS DRUGGISTS public generally during his sets I 80 of nervous dteasaa, of Imparity alike btoad.
AND late visit
to London he
: alike to YOUTH MANHOOD and OLD AGE alogy, Geology Rhetric. Ekmentsof and Scotland has acquired of deranged cireaJatUas; aad aeatiy an lbs aB."
1' Montfdiet. L-c. COUNTRY MKHCIIA.NTS.DR. .
ilsc4lpAii 'ro all who apprehend or suffer under the dire Crltlcilr various improvements connected with, which afflict hnmaaaafintv.toasathl .. __ ..
IN 1841 ta. :;Y Book gave 916 pages which consequences of early or prolonged indiscretions Evidences of Christianity, and Politica J. N. KEELER & BRO. most respect: DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING low is It lot k.1e, &eel,sad 4tft" .
.; is 116 snort than ne, and 148 more than the to all who feel the effects of Economy, 18 0 solicit attention ta their fresh stock of s t'- . _
other PhiladelpaiaH) Monthly. He gave 281 engravings ry and baneful habits-to all who in sdenta to The AcientLgg 2 0 English, French German and American Drugs which he trusts will, enable him to give general SOURING, FERMEnTNO, ACID**COMo.

among njiifh were twenty colored,and declining physical energy,ore the adition nervous Medicines Chemicals, Paints Oils, Dye Stuffs satisfaction to all who may please to favor him POUND" Of'3. P.TOWNSEND:
i ninety-three fullriwWch; is 136 more than and mental debility and of vcim. mel- PARRAORE. Pesd.n. Glassware, Perfumery, Patent Medicines &o.- with their atronage.Ladies' : and:yet he would toU> te itaaderstoad Old Dr.Jacob >.
b one and 180 store tfem the other.ty ancholy despondency. Dr. K. moping A. Having opened a New Store No. 294 Market silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls to, Towasend's GtitiN>Origin..aa.Ia.issV
:t Godel'a, Lad?' >'*for 1850 shall surpass that wou say- I. BUTlH. with a fully supply of Fresh Drugs and Medicines cleaned and dyed various colors so as to give good ITATION af hi*lafertot praparatioa _:.:'
of 1849, and excccfl *J1 magazines past, present, READ THIS S. ., ,we respectfully solicit country dealers to : satisfaction.' Table Covers cleaned or dyed 'as Heaven forbid thatjw skoojd deal ia axartkl*wUaa*
and to com*. The valuable advice and impressive warning it D. H. MAYS, : our stock before purchasing elsewhere maybe required. Gen.t.lemen'.garmel1Henovated would bear the BBostduUat reeeaihlnace to a.r.Tawmsead'e --
; wSirt
Term*-CoA iI i advance postage paid.Svbscribert gives,will preventyeare of misery IUffeng. February 14, IS50. TrnsUM.Alachva promising one and all who may feel disposed tt, in the same good style as formerly so as not to be Old Dr.tetitUI.ncksseosaItLca4 sad should eteoapIaletssaapss.tioni king dews .eM. '

; ---' and save annually Thousands of Lives. extend to us. their patronageto sell them genaint surpassed by any done at the North. or dyed as from Agents wh ci *,.sold JIU wb

JUGI'IlFICE'f'f' 'EXPENSIVE nt1ls. Paents. by reading it, will lear how to. prevent County Tax Collector's ha!.. Drugs and Medicines, on as liberal terms as any may be required. Ladiea' bonnets dyed black, have used.& 1'.:r.aea4's, IZW.NT1NU. COlI.. '
to c'(toi, or tingle Subscribers destruction of their other house in the city and to faithfully execute i cleaned and pressed in a superior style. Ladies'and roUND. ', .t.ii."t : '_ : :' :
) choose 09.A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a let VIRTUE all orders entrusted to us; promptly and with de Gentlemen's, Kid Gloves cleaned after the. We wish UandCTrtp6otV aaelt to Ox atoate!
nay Different Engraving tee, addressed to DR. KINKELIN, N. ,W. corner BY, authority in'me by law Tst spatch.One. most approved London fashion. that S.P.Towiuendli'article sad Old Dr.Jacob Tawm ;'
Ont copy one year three dollars with any two of THIRD & UNION Streets, Between ed I shall expose for sale in front te of the proprietors! being Mr. SI.KIEL has been _D.'.SarsapariUa -miitmrt,. i.ftasip'
a appointed for '
N regular Physician Agent
court-house ,
r : efth. following er.tndidpremium "Death -Spruce & Pine PHILADELPHIA door in the town of tuimiltr; that they are aalika la arary aartiemiar
I plates: will ensure a Monday the eighth of ewaneie. affords ample guarantee of the genuine the above establishment, and will attend to the kaviq not Ollt aJqIf biig Ia '
; toVes1ev book day ,July, | -
Bed of the Rev. under : so
Preaching envelope, return of mail.FIFTEEN '
; "Wesley per quality of all articles sold at their and work in A 8.
in the Gwen&p'Azephkheatre* much of the land owned by the following named establithment. reception delivery Jacksonville and P.Townsend 1*w doctor,and_wee, to.
; America YEARSofeteT persons,, via We respectfully invite Druggists and country the surrounding country.' Terms moderate. chemist no phzmaelntbj.-ksawa BO more of ama >
I Si GaMed by Wt.i'"Gen. Taylor and Old merchants who may wish to become Agents for March 21, 1850. 3m ar disease tUa aay&,..aapro4baslonalman.
Whltey/"Liken ,f the Rev. John Wesley;" andunintnt.practice the spent, In So much of the 1d.being part of the Arrojon- "Dr. Keeler's Celebrated Family Medicines," 1 .-wbatraaraatMcaataa yobttehava that I
"Do. of Us *rt the Rev. John Fletcher:" and successful most exper do Gat. and a tract.of Ion4 known (standard and popular remedies,) to forward their NEW RESTORATIVE they are receiving a practitioner and in .the .
a aD the
the lost -' seining YimIIN article
two./ engravings f -- P.tllM aiM In mesislait
thol11t1 wt tract, levied the address.
Ip.t treatment of all diseases are upon as prop ..cI '
private nature. BOWLING iateI lcot
Asnes whisk pa
count 'BIWARD
only ALLEY.
Tw.. on'ill. Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the body throat erty of Moss L"and. -othorsld delga Soliciting the patronage of. Dealers,, wt respect SALOON, tier them CH AGENT(Dbeu instead f1I

abovt oe.tt subscriber.Five ad. any two of the or legs, pains- in' the lea'or bones, mercurial ted. on. ',day of sale.So fully,remain,,.' ,&c. ',' "Bat what tlMthog*] bBtxpteudOoss.....,
p" toe* rheumatism arising much of a acre tract of land"knownas 'J.'N. KEELER & BRO.,' mHE 1 nothing eomparmtJvtMt aa. madkla* or Oesase i ft' .;
for Ua tfpHars,and a extra copy of from youthful excesses or'gvel.'diu blood tht.Atkinson 6.0', Grant, lying Wholesale Druggists No. 294 Market st., ,JL SUBSCRIBER hat just opened BAT quire a person af sow*aspwleaea to cook sad'ens ap
the Simxrr
and anyiwaofthe: abo\ Ltweo. ,North side,one door from the aweh i
B1. .. engravings t whereby the constitution has Newnansville and Santafet river corner -> eyes a wmmoa dee<1.J.Bow BMtantls
become enfeebled and Sept.27ly .
the P&iIad.zphiti. of
Liberty street '
; a that mnftnrasdetlgatdfcr
: Bowuss the peou wha 's
Cub. all treated with belong to John: Berrien
4 M. : so much of the ALLET "
.1. DoIr and'an extra a He who sue land owned by of a. Columbia County Tax Collector's Sale. and t BILLIARD SALOOH. .The Establish 4* H' -
places.himself the Clinch ,
the c of Dr. K., esLt advent ment has been fitted WUJt..ITOU.I.ZD & .._
above entirely new and is
;,. lndlh.] ..ny tending the Club. engraitnp may religiously confide in his a 1. gentle. grant,_being ,limits of, the Arredondo '- for the reception of visitors up at the usual, hours.open' should know watt tHW al proparttoa aT plaata'tM

t', Any/ gi five dollars in advance man, and confidently upon his skill as a physician. trrsntand.lying ,near.Poine'a prairie; also 1 BY.virtue of tht power vested in me by law; Ishall ,TUB',BAR .tDtUMrolaee iC *d 5 f taatr kaalb*j
:4; } a'ISSLVwiifbe'tnUUedYoany much of the land wed;or forerl represented expose for sale in front of the Court t virtues also aa ueltII.tarloaid-
1: l tt tht abo.psegrsvingi. CO-Penn. at a distance may address''Drr> C;. by S.D;or D. ,S. pt'of a tat of House door, in the Town Alligator on the first Has been supplied with the choicest liquors and eases which aAat ttt IWaia T$ M ,aBd bowrsaied1eatolkiesdias.Isal MadaK,
by and be land Levy's 30,000 Monday next the beverages to suit '
i ) cured at home. bow a ,, following described every palate will be prepared -
.e ,
Mo anftmst liberal cffern.v .pstpai' MEDICINES; DIREC ton ,township 11, range 19, section 14, township property, or so much thereof as will pay the State with despatch. ,The:delfcade of tha:staton will It to to wenaded anaat e.sjioe.th.a aslty: :,to kindle vaftrtiBata hepa bt;.taada paajH

i ., Yoi IWIEI. oD j V4raneeten; TON s, &0., forwarded by sending a remittance, range 20, section II, township 11, range 21. and County tax due thereon for-the year 1849; bt at all times-. supplied. balm.Lass tooa 1. PS'Iosci1SaItb aad bl oaZad =
'4' lady'' 2oo wm t4 Ist.and oopies of tbt up secure from from DAMAGE OR CUBoblmNt'Agnf section;12, township 11, I a copy of either of RKfITL------ -- the property of 11 Frost; also 16, tw 140 acres first rate land lying above the Town of Has been OLD'DL'Uooa'tbwSsuND kaa'BOOOHT ja4trouNit
4 .enttoehsab' Pedlars, 'Can Ihl-IO. range 5,township 9,' Columbus on:the Suwannee River Lots No. 1 imported expressly for.th.Home- and the opoortuat and aaaaa ta ariaf We .f 5J
I ber sad an extra.6yof the Lad rnge is of the '
>/ ngravteg, to tktpsff n ,Book and an the above, 6, townshipa range 19, levied upon the and 2.'Section 7, Township 1,South of Ranga 12, India rubber most beautiful.construction,, ". 4-r *.with- air sad. Grand_ ,Univ 1 rtaj Couceatrat4'
tbt cushions.
sending wth -
!i : Club They. wok at very3owrstesy property of Wm.Torn..trt; also much East; now or lately belonging:.to; the estate of Rettedyu: ,
4 can I au eases seK&wtfeb; they please. ,' ._ the land, grant 1, o Thos Li'fiIlI.tondeoeaaed.. -:' -:" 1 The'Bowling. Pint,' c'B I.''! I wtlhla th*reach aa|ft
; ? thirty Gl1 _will tend ten oopies of tht by Mary F. Lewis/'wife of John H. owe ad .' JTrWBtGHTn; Art also Just from tttwortaaan'MdtTtry I thai 1JIe1bq..(by JoJfI1.sj-4 1111\

If Book'aad s c/any of,tht abovt to-, NOTICE.' returned by George M. Payne, agent for John :Sheriff'ond Ex-Offieio Tax Antttar the entertainment and comfort of etnTt-gatsk* .$. '-' : ,, 3.t1

; jTvthg& JkLsdyiBooktwenty-fiir nhip' heretofor. : Lewis, actions pointed oat on day of sal; also so :.*iid
4 Btil.ib.i!i l r.aJn," in.the:.J t" ni'i-; moa of-h..td being i part of thArrtitondo; ". .., April 4, I860.- .-8m _- letrdiaUy.invitothapubUt to tin;at,thk Es :'idiciPaI,.' ,.. om. ; "T>'Haiaawt_J-t *-;:-J..T'_;.:*CUr- *.-.*.
t&b1iahment..llSUrinc-t1 ,
the th.telror.N&i.lWe
thatI no S
.Jacksonville,Hotel under the em spar
? Tt*abort art Ujfcfc-tlwd'parlor print.. r'l firm,and style of : It, CaR nme. sections pointed cy A. -'N Uce.. effort to contribute to tbeir'mrtaUonY Vj ." '- For ea1eby.1t: 1fi j t
: ,
of tht land ? "
4 -wo w y". contains many i davdissolved bl "Bug .' -ThebusinessejntinM being part the Arredondo Grant, LETTERSOF.ADMINISTRAT10N the -V--; : "1 5 *d taGBORGE F. J8KIFF.JacksoBTillt t! \PERN4bEZ&BISBEE: 'Jt '

ct "W_hnndrtds, h ht:Amphitheatr !ifon- 'will to be eondoeUd by 8AMUELBUFF1NGTON. ODd' by day Henry of sale-(Marqnand.as will for.ctfoDplt ;.deceased on ,J January 17SSO., .... ..tfnam ,' -. ... S,-.- :!t. ih i.J, 'I

d ) And.cost'. on*thCUn4a .who is alone authorized to toBeet the ot tax of'Alaebna pay < having beeagranted to tttiuTacriber bythtHoft! 1.i.t--j: __.u .. .
irt kmtdred 4o ,J tngraTt ittw.America debt of tba 1U firm,and who-wifl also attend to County county. for th.yea'18i9'JOEL'B.SMITIT Judge of,Probatt:for-Monroe County Fla. and XU Straw-HaM} :;_ 12.\
all .4
g.2; .i.p4.L4a4ri
teMtherwith tht ,
GoUt4 Ir/ .a very lafgt lint'engrar* the settlement thefrjoiat oaUtandiar aoooute. :txpwutr:&J : !J persons having claims against said Estate r Ladies*Bonnsftt fionntt Trimmings;.. .lJ i liJt. .
s art re- '
bg t> > WW 4 aighlbondrtd douari SAMUEL ,lab.. quested to present tht same 'Mstioueryofever M il orf; .A i-it' 1 -- .'. .- :. I. :. : ., ( -.fl
BUFFINGTONjJ ... _according to law.er f. :
K t.asrs kgst: i-Ja adOldWhitey"M o ; the .4. CUer *.seortmsnofBootran& Shoea... .4U [: t
: PHILIP COX. r stint WUl bt'barred- ; ; _}.f4tNEATLT' Jj "I. .t
4 ,'
-i;. $ 1"tb. ;&t Central Taylor.prints, Td-A*$ 6or''andnCollectorbfAdchwi Cti, NICHOLAS Jurt received;and ftt sale reduced prices at the
SMmi mJT1..t.. .TsvfpFncz.
ap"4 & ;ial at al' .pn', & .4t Jf.copy. ; 4.** ,-.' +. ,*s.*i-v: wMra'nn stortwfi ,Wf': P.D&WEESJ : ,A5D hl.Ju
; ; lu"t. Key .March 20,1850.-
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