The Florida Republican

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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
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Duval County E.F. [Fla.]
Columbus Drew
Creation Date:
June 27, 1850
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
Physical Description:
v. : ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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).

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abode of wreckers With' beautiful ; this Union 54 their Common, c.ot ntion this should be ; Ker '
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LPVBLIC-NO 18.] abominations of this retreat of wretch. property} %t the'citizens ''of 'thje ieveral either b iJfc ** '
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AN ACT to.tuk 'farther appropriation* for and picturesque harbor, with its surface'ever edness, this nest. fieryan&salcttzary Disease,'jattoncethe.JXttr States baye"equa1 rights''*to1'rnigraie"with"; rights bftheSutberppIOrb1 to given jbyjifljyorfplk bttt 4i

puUio boildinga in the TertjiprM*. ; f Mwncsot* .mantled in verdure, and a i climate'uri- { of, yicerrwhere inTpne their property to these-Territories;!and.-are ;able partition of theTe'mtone'.Thaj.aneqaii"the a!"Tbei &ina,c
andOregon.Be1 :- surpassed, it is a chosen resort for the, invaD-' house alprie-jMr/fSmirke tells usi were btid- equally entitled to the ;otection of the..Fed spectacle of confederacy of Slates involved Thursday evening 23d nlt.Vaiid Jay off tba
if 'enacted Zbt the Settle and House ofPepntaZis died together'eleVerirmehi 'thirteen women, Government ,
lids, of the Bahamas though rather primitive era Jn the enjoyment pf'that m onabela over the frnit3\> a wai-irf Vhieb Moro Castle tmtil.tke.fJBttctiCapt. a'oxni' wea1
oftke Uhtfef States oJ.Amtrteo ; ; and thirty children-where as many as sixty property ?*JOnga'th Territories'remain1 the; Amencah ui.Congress oss nW ,rThat the sum of and dull to those acciistommed to the of the foulest.of the London lazzaroni often, under the chargei'bf that O yernment. aj&aih& 8- 'iV.h; aiaUn# "That crown ,' went oo)board fa3j |)ortsd|
twenty thousand dollars eich, he, and the bustle, and accommodation of''an Ame'ricah sleep in the same abode ; "who could .witness .1 ,2. J /w That Congress has nopower :u6n of the ?VVilmot Proviso iri tbelncdrporac the offer*of panls! I '

same isliereby, apprbpria'osa of any mo- watering place. this'want and wretchedness and yet believe to exclude frpm,the-Territory of ,the United ( settlement a proposition, which'fourteen' American vessels at.t1seof. qnwy, 'I
hey In"the'Treasury'- not : |therwise appropnited that this country is "the bant'for the whole States any property lawfully .held in" the states regard as'disparaging and 'dishonoraIe,1s on the coast of|
tb'be the Governors and Harbor Island, home of health, world,"aa the late Mr j Rothschild called it States of the -
applied by J Union; and any "acts' which' : ) degrading fo the country?? A term ina erview with the Captain G tn&asnitbattheysbouldtbegivx
legislative assemblies of jtjig; Territories of Often yet 1 thinkofthee, In 1832or; that. 'a11,t asactions, ,iii India, may be'passed by Congress to effectl this rei :lion to this'cdntroversr5 bylhe disruption'of |uefusajiof ar4 on1th.
Minnesota and Oregon at et ch place as they With thy never failing wealth, in .China) ,inRussia, and indeed in every suit is a plain J Violation of the;Constitution the'Cbnfederacy'or bythC abandonment'ofn theCaptainidei3;; rahtpdp so, In said Territories" for the erection Of the breeses of thFe. other empire are" guided" ;and settled in this of the United .States.--/* -,. -K* j < : A* lerruprieff A'UV.J'prevenfr w such* aTrts tad declared his intentJOPJe: ( re-capturing ;
of ienitehtinrie*. Isl. of innshine and of floyrtrs!1. country !** /JfW/M That i js.jhe Mttty .bf 'Congress : would be a climax to the'shaihe'ijvfhich" at- tbeim :g:4') ',. tsii'T" ,
SEC. 2. Arid be it furtk enacted, That ; Though I've said to thee.farewell, ( Is 'it' possible to believe that any .man to prtwideproper. goYernments'for'the"' fache'irtd tb 6ntroversy wtricb it'ispmbuntfdutyof : : '. The Saranac.went into1vaab '; :
the Governor aid Jegislatjivfe assembly of Yet amid thy rustling bowers among us should want a roof to shelter his 'Territories, since the spirit of American- : Congress to avoid.1 >- o'clock"on7 theT morning. '
Minnesota ire herebyauthorized to expend Does my fancy lore to dw.Il. head by night., or a crust to qqelLhishuq- stitutions forbids the maintenance of military 1 ReolvedKrrbit *this:C nTeitionYwil1 the
the appropriation made in section 13, of "An ger by day, when we find that the amount governments in time, pf peace; and as all not 'concludef that .Congress; rwill adjourn Captain General, in whiciinfor4! that
act to establish theTerritorial government of Still I: visit dreams, of the property insured against fire is valued laws heretofore existing'in Territories once without making an adjestm nt'of:this oniroversyjandjn functionary that if Ihe. mel

Minnesota," approved March third, eighteen Thy hills with verdure crown'd; at more than five hundred millions sterling, belonging to' foreign powers, which interfere the condition 'in :which the vessels prizettb a Spaftis janfwarbp
hundred and forty-nine, far the erection of Still behold the sunny gleams, : even.though, according to the returns made with the full enjoyment of religion? tb"e free Coflention"findsthe' questions before''Corfjres -' should require a satisfactwtfj ccountsptthreaosnsof.theirwplnM.ja4id
suitable public buildings at Jhe temporary Where thy billows roll around. of the fires in the ,metropolis during 1836 dom of the press the trial by jury, and all ,''it does hot feel "at liberty 'to''discuss ; ffvrefosed.Jshpald \
seat of government of said!(Territory at such With an air forever bland, and 1837; ,f rty per cent of the houses, other rights of persons as secured the methodssuitable for a'resistance'tp'inea"- re-capture'suchves41bu as bewi t '
time as they deem proper, .ny previous law With a sky that ever smiles, amounting to two-fifths of the whole, were or recognized, the; Constitution of sures not yet adopted, which might'.involve' satisfied that they formed. pojtion. bvading ftju ,
to the contrary notwitbstaniding.Sro.3. Harbor island-Arbor land, entirely uninsured ? "A very short excursion the United States,,are. necessarily vpid "so dishbno'r to the;Southern1 States:'' 'e'xpeditipB, heeooeektbm;
And be further.enacted: That Thou'rt loveliest of isles. into the worst part of.St.- Giles's,''- says soon as .such 'Territories become A'merican :
the sum of twenty thousaed dollars, in addition Mr.'Smirke, "will be enough to convince Territories, 'it1'is the;'dntjrTof-'the 'Federal :. cei&eIM theSenat*.' ,. atifactLol tl

to that appropriated (Ijy'section fifteen From the London Chronicle. any one, through the medium of any'sense, Government to make early-provision for the / "w? MbkDXT, June.13js ment., ,, ', l14 y_ ', 1''.
oi 'An act to establish the Territorial'gov- The of London. that it was built before the wholesome regulations enactment of those laws'which expedient The compromise 'bill 'Was' taken -the '&bout three Boar attochored aranac t' ; ?
City .
ernmwat of Orejpon approve August fourteen respecting building and cleaning and necessary to secure to the "in- inotion'of Mr'Furneypendingtostrike: but in Havana, "a"Spaisi; brig of war4. 4
,*eighteen hundred and forty-eight, be, The city of London, within the walls, were in force.. Indeed, there is scarcely a habitants of and einim-ants to such' Territories all that relates! tp Texas. -- '' ""' came,in.with tte prison rj.not.thepi fill
and the same is hereby, apppriated| out of occupies a space of only 370 acres, and is single sewer in any part of it ; so that here the'full!! benefit ofthe constitutional rights : Mr .WeBster spoke'briefly against the mbtipnj'hrgmg' zfis-rwbich latter vfere'BpBOB djto ,
any money in the Treasury fiot otherwise but the hundred and fortieth part of the ex where there is the greatest .accumulation of we assert. .* -. ; the'expediency' bf an 'interppsU been ordered mtosone. bttir prttoavpid i' ,
appropriated, to be appliedjby) the Governor tent covered by the whole metropolis. filth, there is the least 'prevision made for its Reiolved, That to protect property existing ; liOn by this'goverhment'between1 Texas anJ 1
andlegislative assembly of the Territory of Nevertheless, it is the parent of a mass of removal." And yet in the Holborn 'and in the several States of the Union, the New'Mexico? "lf ot* | On.the following day itli SStBxttt lSar*

Oregon, to the erection of'; suitable public united and far-spreading tenements, stretch- Finsbury division alone-close neighbors people bf these States invested' the Federal "Mr.'SeWarj followed'in:'opposition to''the anac got,under weigh for Ke.yiWes; .takinzithe ,
buildings at the seat of government of said ing from Hammersmith to Blackwall, from the length of, main covered sewers is 83 Government with the'powers pf war' nd 'negotiation jilt: He attributed"to it all the'delay in1'the' two.corvettes' (A indGerman.irtraltaeyr
Territory. { Halloway to Camberwell. A century ago, : miles.,the length of smaller sewers to carry ,'and of sustaining'armies navies -I transactions of the public business. 'He .tOwn) with her. 'On their! -
Approved,June I1I8 according to Maitland, the metropolis bad off the surface water from the roads and and prohibited to State authorities the the strike',out"the 'slavery supported i.inhabitants of-Kej. st,bdbfljfl 1
-' drawn inio its vortex one city, and borough, streets, 16 miles-the length of drains lead exercise pf the same, powers.. They made : grounds. -' some alarm consequeao.arnomberof
Marriage In High.Life. and forty-three villages. Despite its vast ing from houses to the main sewers' 264 no discrimination in the protection''to ,be Mr.,Clay warmly responded "and; denied men, having
Last week there occurred at our seat of extent, still its increase continues to be so miles-an extent almost equal to the distance afforded, or the description of the property to that this bill was the"cause ,'of delay' mr the from the CreoQywbqthe; iviIautnok
Government one of' tbow interesting instances rapid, that every year further house-room of London from Edinburgh. The be defended; nor was it allowed to the Fede public business. 'He;', 'made' 'the '"charge ities,.couldi bavs.uo4coiitrn beybaJ,1
of romance in realife the recital of has to be provided fpr 20,000 persons; so amount of money spent and the vastness of ral Government to determine what should be agalnst'lhe minoritywho1; so long Resisted however .conducted '
vfricb always meets xilh frjeady!attention.If .- that London increases annually by the addition apparatus employed simply' in lighting London held as property. Whatever the States"deal the committ end since' then have procrastinated and' orderly. : I
we are'informed rightly following are of a town of considerable size. At and the suburbs with gas, would seem with .as property the,'Fe'deiiI'Gqv'ernrnent by'eyeryjmeart's"its progress. ul' Thearanacremaumedttvoaysa ey t:
particulars: { all times there are 4,000 extra houses in the to dispel all thoughts of poverty.. Accord is bound to recognize and defend'as' such.- Mr.'Foofe folldwedl'in1.reply: 'tb Mr./Se- VVest and again.proceeded |3avani,iamg., t-

It tettm that a Miss Vhginiei Rec4 and aMr. course of erection. By the last return the ing to the.account of Mr. Headley, the capital Therefore, it is the sense bf this Convention ward, 'waisfrequentlycalled; : ,to order; for as::4 passengers r JudgeoK&ovialaad,"Jai .
.John Murphy were jtjwo of the celebrated metropolis covered an extent of nearly 45,- employed in pipes, tanks, gas holders, that all acts of the Federal Government his personalities: '*' '- Douglas, (the latter COUet 3 I
Donner party. Th is party, it will be 000 acres, and contained upwards of 260- and apparatus of the London gas works which tend to of any '"Mr Turney then targueil'the,'motion p : These Kentlementlwi LneI
remembered, lost their way while endeavor 000 houses, occupied by 1,820,000 souls, amount to' 2,800,000, and.the.cost of light description recognized in the Constitution strike put'i'L; '-' : *" :' the
inrto reach California in She year 1846. constituting not only the densest, but the ing averages close upon half a million of and laws of the States,' or that 'discriminate 'Mr.: ClemenV.moved7tos.fill. ike'blank! I sated to bimtbesrcasonmoeucunfbaL3

Their sufferings were tod severe for reci busiest hive, the most wondrous workshop, money per year; no, less than 1,460,000,000 in the'degree and'efficiency'of the protection in 'the;bill .to'be paid to Texas with one the men capture4 .
: tal. Murphy was a bold! coble-hearted and the richest bank in the world. The feet of gas being annually consumed,and upwards I to be afforded it,1 or,which weaken or destroy : .i the F
mountaineer, and Miss Reed,has since become mere name of London awakens a thousand of nine' millions 'being used on.'the the title of any citizen upon American MrBentOnrepIied to Mr.rfe'nde'd Clay antt'1de-: : ed,.that a distinction;ba
the belle of San Josci Ah attachment trains of varied reflections. Perhaps the longest night,'giving a light equal to haIfa Territories, are plain and palpable violations the minority'-on Uiecharge of delay I these men and those ca4cA
sprung up between the panics Awhile on their first thought that it excites in the mind paints million pounds bf tallow candles.. of the fundamental law under which' it'""ex ing,the public business7 He read' frorn aspeechrof I Das, that the former i. *e114reatedaan
it as the focus of modern civilization, of the t5l5.C. 'Mr. delivered! 'in' would.aave a fair, trial aniife'rv opportunity -
journey.; This attachment was at first encouraged '.77r c" V"1 Clay's 'February
hottest the restless .of the 'Cotton.It to their' innoceafc! No ,ona
on .tbje part of the parents; but activity social 5. 1esoZve41, Thatte 1'e1aehodug Stats Iasi'td'showthat themInoritj"atthitin*' prove
subsequently was disapproved of, and Murphy elements. Some,, turning to.the West, 'was only ten days ago says the North cannotand will,not submit to the.- enactment Ocup1ed thai gtOuOd whiCfrMrC'Cu permitted to visit thenv iji('ure (nat applies .
was prohibited the house' As is see. it as a city of.palaces, adorned with American,, that.we.policed experiment I by Congress any law imposing*bnefous ieJ'th'eia' 3 qj equall
natural, this procedure ply increased the parks, ennobled with triumphal arches,' that had .been tried in. Jamaica in. raising conditions estrant8'updnrthe! rights of : 1r. Clay rejoined
attachment, which hasp beeu; going on grand statues, and stately monuments; others cotton, the'results of which were so'renlark- masters to "remove with rtbein-property 9 Cll iw U : The Saranac again gwq; r grror I
strengthening for the last three t aw. looking at the East, see only narrow able that we are tempted to' invite the atten- into the.Termitoriea of the United States,.,pr 'Mr.'t1stoi'Toke1 ? pl *' t&sne'tnakg %- KyWea. In ordertorcwttnebeath! f
As.lhe months.passed o n iimpatience lanes and musty counting-houses,' with .tall tention of oureaders' to :them: a ;second to any,law making,,discriminations Jn. favor heretofore made bjMrf; !J Jtonir"He lielcftected
r chimneys-vomiting black clouds,,and huge time. The experim.utwu tried on a field! ofthe of other nI'tluant'ageuusaled
?f the parties'to have the'frjiarriage consummated proprietors 'property'against aid Tex ;'bai'nev'er threatened tous* military
increased. FinattyVcn Friday last masses of warehouses with doors and'cranes 05.ten and.tbree, quarter tacrer-yjrgm soil, th m'g;' 1' -- force. $he'h d'bu'-s'slngle' commission : ;
week, Mvphy met Reed id the street, and, ranged' one above another. Yet all think of requiring', of course;'to be cleared d 'clean- 6. RfsohcS That it is the'duty of the Fed ,'and hfs( authority''been''obeyed.. 'that no f tthez descent'orbd'Wathwsmex. ,
it as a vast bricken multitude, a incongruous ed, and a statement was given showing all or apprehended, dranae'iaflW
aS .a gentleman should,: nforuied Reed of strange era! Government plainly ,.recognize: and But Texas was menaced with fOr ej1if she as '
chaos of wealth and want-of the expenses' of the. crop,' as well as the firmly to main tain the equal rights of. the ""p" on Wednesday 1afovanah1incrder .
the determination of Miss and himself stteaberrigbts' ;
to become married, sand "requested-Rjted his full ambition and despair- the brightest charity quantity of cotton (obtained, and its value..- citizens of the] several r States in"the Territories Mr. Benton and Mr..Clay|had/ some" controversy to ernmeht-ask for but further Tiaway i insfrucpV F f.'oatth4'Gnv 0

consent. Reed responded jbat he should and the darkest crime', where there are Taking the field as single acre and reducing of the'United States, and to repudiate the in regard to the allegation of the latter of art irilpOTtaat agLtbi.ngJIn oifXhovghr&g t
houses and houseless where the sterling American 'dollars !; '
more more currency to matea'discrimination between the '
to that
; Mr.
give bis consent and that he power Benton xwas, last November,
no jjppreover altered dot lk."
there is more feasting and more starvation, and cents, the account stands as follows: of different' species of property course' was t
proprietors theTadnjssjon
trould shoot Murphy if e dared attempt a t opposed to of California. : ) hI1'
marriage. Murphy than on any other spot on. earth-and all EXPENSES. in' Federal legislation. The 'fulfilmenCof! Mr.- Benton 'tienied it?" responded "you may
shoot meT shall not shooj i ni, but I shall grouped round the one giant centre, the Cost of cultivation. of an acre' including this duty by the Federal Government ,*,would Clay read the letter from St. Louis, Z.M i.:' 1.1t
huge black dome, ,with its ball of gold! loom clearing, digging planting greatly tend to ''restore"- 'of the t" yeithasrea;. : at'Ne'WOr.
daughter-I Ve' fair warn peace signed,Johri.H. Reed, stating that,Mr Ben-
marry ng.'" your Of course the Rfefcds you*ere on the ing through the smoke, (apt emblem of the ,"weeding and picking, $37 29 country and to allay 'the 'exasperation*and ton had expressed these .views.. < .: 'r leans state'thai a kind'ofrisur'evuou u .
source of riches!) and marking out the Ginning bagging and twine, 1584 excitement which now: exists between the, fc rvMr. Brbienout Mt'thefcityf ofka"piScers -
alert. On the next eveniup Miss Reed got Denton hoped the letter would bel.entered m
1 >
capital, no matter from what quarter the different sections of the Union. For it is the and soldiers comp4 the bafaUtarMtigica
to go out of the house, telling her mother, s on the' journal i'He-:proceeded ty aLlege Zt T.J.LTJ.' "
on inquiry, that she pnlygoing across traveller may come. Total expense per acre,. $5313 deliberate opinion of this, Convention that that Mr:Clay bad; delayed the business ltCtth4t' ; 1
. the call Mrs. I. ', who Those who have only seen London In the PRODUCT AKD PROFIT. the tolerance ,Congr ss' has"'gjven' to the ofthe ; el
street to on --- was at Senate, and was brigmally in.favo f i
( time with its flood of life Clean cotton 774 Ibs. at 6d. : fbf illhealbobnUaYebPabseizeWeLti'S4
that moment slightly uniyeHl. Her mother day pouring $89 28 notion that Federal authority might be':employed admitting California,a-separate measure,
its arteries to its restless heart Stained "- "'4d. $
through know 186 1488 and indirectly.subvert
requested her not to .te ge leuig, and she incidentally Bntnhe-Senator ishouldnnot/ge 9IILbY.j ; iftam
it not in its grandest It is in the .
in aspect. not weaken;the institutions ,existing jnythe \
promised to return a fe4 mon>ent bringing'up an offsetrt7.4
noise and of the cataract of Total 930 Ibs. $104 T TC j>tsso-i3 : pittIc*:
roar 16 T1ig
commerce States confessedlytbeybnd Federal jurisdictipn !
On arriving at Mrs. J-jr-X ishe informed Mr. Clay-I have ho though ofgettiDj;
that lady of her desire tobe: married at that pouring through its streets, nor in its forest 53 13 and control, is a main cause of the 'discord off.I) G ; fo iitr- ., _r. T :vrrMrBenton.t -*;*- *i i) ruentotothe unqui spm'th6' rtny
of ships, nor in its vast docks and ware which "menaces'the existence the ? fld I pcithaad
time. Murphy was immediately sent for.- You/shall not jiiypo: wtb
But unfortunately no clergyman, could be houses, that its true solemnity in to be seen. Total profit, $51 03 Union,and which'has; well nigh-- destroyed : to.-[Much laughter.] :He would_hoI4the| e&pm'oiama4aenflthtthey:: m
foundwho would perfortnjtne 'jteremony,- To behold it in. its greatest sublimity, it Now, without takingi note of expense and the efficient actioa;ofthe .Federal ..Goernmeititself. Senator' letter,,(orhe would Bcver lay: therj\-8rms"tatill* \ 'enortbW'nohli3s3s
Time must be contemplated by night, afar ofij profit,, we have here a total product of good the Mugica-reaSum?
was rapidly flying. I'hp mother was had produced it. He did '
awaiting Miss Reeds retuini and delay' from an eminence. The noblest prospect in and inferior cotton, of no. lessthan, 930 Ibs. Pesolied,' ithefiiian 'fthaut ator thus to >.hfln.iQrj Je & had remained fitth ipthWdetehnid.p'f i5f'i
righb arratgn
any world it has been well said-is London to the which all allowances : ba a'oh1d
'would arouse suspicions iqhoiild Reed appear the acre ; wjlh is required by the fundamental !lawVbf business.' .The letter is an infamoa.calumny .
viewed from the suburbs on'a clear made t first soil careful culture and
winter's rate
what would ensue.* fThe bride was the Union. The equality of the i people t of and'I thus brau4tanLramt.utan
evening. The stars are shining j in the good luck, must be still deemed an extraordinary several States the Union, ; tcome'Wen! utv
like the composing cannot ,-
leaf for tb'e of rt'
an aspen ,, fe rth4| affair would armamentspread : publisher ikwxfc tsii ff fe &baie i, CdOtwnin .
1 ; pg
there is another result.
be stopped. Murphy 4 ood i'armed-cool heavens, but : As large.; quantity/has be disturbed>vlth.out disturbing the frame i Mr C1r.Lrepe1witlAscorn2d cqn >
'and courageous. A few qf his; friends, also out below, with its millions of bright been, doubtless,,, occasionally raised. in the of the; American'institutions.' his'iirinclipie leapt; theiSenatot) >;vinsi uatioa:3agalnime. ejlfiair thV' G1thetOL
ai our tee't. Line after fine United States an'acre'of good ground violated denial of the citizens' of
armed, were watching around the House, lights glittering upon ; is in.the" ..wiwHds! > ; nj'wa-
1 lest Reed should gain admission before the sparkles, like the trails left by meteors; cut but ve believe' tbe"taverager1crop"inugOod the slav'e'holding! States'of jpowec 'ta',enter MrBentojSt Obfyoamay; ; send J back1, M4blfiaOie
ceremony could be performed- The whole ting and crossing oneand another till they lands in 'the' South-'does not run beyond into the theterritories4wilh prop. ttyjafully but'yoM gotitfirst. t !rhwvV& .
.anairat this critical juncture is described to are lost in the. haze of,,the distance. ,Over three or fourhundredflbstotheacreand, acquired in.the Sl teV"The warfare ajjainstthis' with painsuch** ,;ofisiMrijWebstcrifsIibear bffensive.'remarksSjitis *
''os as having been most tensely exciting. the whole there hangs 'a, luriJ cloud, bright in fact, j in lookuig.oyer an estimate,in one of right, is a'war upon the Constittttion. : the.dutyof.thfjchk'if
FinJinjr alternative, it t fjras at last agreed as If the,monster city we're in' flames, and the.late numbers De BowV'Commercial l The'defende>s"6f thislrightrkr&defenderirof jot stop debatesonrfpersqnal Butters;; JHe aTtackeul Th'ders''wb
oporiv that, in the absene-j of the auIhorities looking afar bff like the sea rby night, made Review,'for what Is calecTa'model! l platita'tiori the Constitution.! -Those who deny or impair could not sit here quieHy. adiiWitnesa,;euch contfabandrsts
the parties sbcpild i solemnize proper the phosphorescent by the million creatures ,"'we find the crop put down at 300.Ibs. its exercise, are.unfaitbfulj to. the, Constita- breaches decorum. ..SSLj.. n''as were breehu4dmed1it&1neces
f marriage tfiemselves| before witnesses dwelling.withhi it.- At nigbt11 is..tliatthe per acre.' -It the experiment' proves /any., lion, and if disunion follows! the'destruction *: Tr.Bentn.QIitjsall. oveq ,tT oJT ? wcrtahUyatthed'W'the .
by. declaring each:(to,the! other, their 6trange;:anomalies of London ares beet seen. thing, it proves that at least' 'as much' cotton, of righCthey are the'disunionists. '*' The Vice President said bedid...notr per..
fixed determination to becoraqj; at.,that:time, Then, as.the hum of life ceases and the and good cotton, too, as we may ee by the 8. Resolved, That the performance of' its ceive the tendency of thf;remarks pf the jSen- : .

.:and to.remafl.! forever, euinaod wife. shops daikeh, and the gaudy gin palaces prices quoted in thetateinent.cart be'raised duties nppiOhe.principlewe"declare; ; would torfroMssouriand4wa.notnthc: chair, oflbe cholera1 W.Talca" he?diseHUntcra ,
thrust out and to the acre in Jamaica as Mississippi tb'/rembve th 1 emb'afrass- ages
.Tbeinterest became tbtilli g. The point their' 'ragged -squalid-crowds f able'ConreM 'when ihefiaatorrfrem: Kentucky.firstspoke. WtKgtWfg Vlolence.wcommenceme.nt'pt
cfiiine I la4I at !last arrived. The advent of to pace the strcets London puts on, its .most and this.Jsa veryLimportantpointascer.tamed. rhents in'which theuntry'is now involved. iMi.Ud&erwood tooleTflaiR did fl Pritaro' the'n'mb i 'or tbi' OW-wv
solemn Jooko( all. On the.benches of the The vacanttTerritories of theUoited, States, after hi ;
> eed woul4. bare snatched ihe prize they i "'I -' ; not Jeel like.speaking ,( *scene he CTs | W L..fl .,,. ''
werebptb-jpst'ready eager to grasp:- parks, in the niches oftthe Iriclges, and in ;' ? Voor Jersey.. .. ? no longer.r.egarJe 'aS;,prizes, ojr. ,8ectional A motionadjournen was _nn' Dt"'t>{_"ant) V"vJU TJA.Ann. ut'3e.
rThere was a'dead eilence' ''i'fae bridegroom the litter of the markets,'"are'bud Jled1! together The following story ofan incident said to capacity and ainbttionwou1d, graualty, cared4-yasJ 3Unay4231The Senate 4ho.4.IuepJM b cbolera houi4 ataciJjitf'tba.jecewtj T v'.
c6tninDcei thec reniony, mmfaing to "love the homeless and' the destitute: The haye'oc'cu'rred 'on b'oard of' a Mississippi occupie Jy'inbabitantstdivn tothein 1y' t.iirL: JO. ioj'vit,
ion4 and keep." Stll' fte delayed his only livi.ig things that haunt, the streets are steamer,1 has excited burrlsible's! ootya little. their inIeistiand feelins1The iflstitOtion iT 9i: 3o r th.Lp. 3lrsrcti&
#omTh11i| v bu tzhd1anxietyPof. his the poor,,wretches i who stand-shivering in We hope none of t"theJarsiesn&will fitted to'them would be iaturaI applied:by 'PaorW-zssxia'i CuGroundomhfdretr9ial barqtfe .

;0iridetn '' its und. nohlrbearibg of their,,finery, waiting ,to catch the drunkard go into, a "conniption fit'V on,account governments.formed on&wericaiideae; ,and iiasked-The t! IollowinGoqdric which has just arrtvedjat Sag Harbor, ''
/the bridegroom-- pain of sunpense, all as he goes shouting homeward. Here on a ofrtbe,"atrocjous; )Jib'eVMf juch itvis; approved by the'deliberate' chqicV 5 of 1 ,tetr* !?B. ,
"contribute* biighteruldiB intenst toterest door-stepj"crouches' 'shoeless 'child, :!" 'A party*'gentlemen* were" conversing cont4ituens. The 'm j', ie *&-< i-i > .>, S.1J &a 4bs'ihe
> of the scene. Taej-wHiesses tpereffcreathe88t -. whose day's- begging- .ha not brought .it upon .tb'e all absorbing topics'of ther Unhappy bets''eataI i&5discili edndCil ri 9nfappl1eU9,1 Jot ja wrj cj United' tOThi'Siiptwnkibaxa. .
.Jb Owidetemined, enough to purchase even the two-pennybed differencesexiwing bet ween i the'j North republicans f error inthecaeo1fcssorebster' ,, a|; centlyltppbrnt rGov m
?11? ;e k w>ros ceased, that its young'companions in?beggary have andj$outbi:;and,eachjone,\of ?urse,|bad self-government' t ap4 'IWed, fptaitasspcia Boston-as it camejbefp/ta full.lench"pftl be) Gaine'andfaaiFyi'ori-? ji ThBlba
sStdI delayed comiog, ,. gofr to. There, where the stones, are taken something to, pwn State. lion aaa .5ate. andJ6.the:.enjoymentxpf-a Supreme Court, on TuesdayrittUhaicitjr; suffe'red'eeverelyirrbnl feltuTwo uaugb. ,. .
!lightrPwu: ', The'bridet5'1 up and piled 'hizh in the road.'and th&gas' One of the'eentlemen .remarked that'hee. jl ik C6nfdAmth iIty'sofcfrn'edand 3! TheT ints jaisedfrvrtre'tbai.ltte,Suiem< 1er vbf'Major1 Gainebd1die&udMrs..
. Jr aitaieq. 5% taste Her streams from'a tail pips'is the centre of-.the longed to Jes und'VFas'ptoceedmg to show *' } Iaii Court Jiadr no (jurisdictlBn/iin the caSej asihad'Aorighbtattrys.WebstttJ Gainei'haa peeA verflltetter.
woiJs ttemblingl to* buriedly enun street in ja-flag offlamef-jthere, roundAhe forth'the merits of that'much abuse J'portioiofonr.Unioo 'i1ioirtO'the:Unj dotuldIdis- that inefthe .1As thf StfppJy s tb'nil ia8ay
iated L, 1d t>* atoppea 40 iJa middle of her red glowing coke fire* .are gtoqped.a ragged wbealje waS jnier; uptei, hy a judgement nor, sentence were in accordant! :ortwo after3 tbV-AiinP 1edp.aEawzj 1'
Je t Sideaibjo ts5de.-the crowd,1 smoking dozing'through' night jolly looking customer,with arnerry eye anda ii) Rol ;r .of, thjs with the requirements-o-the-statute! ; that .
douStiUj Eeedfd ajed.bia' c9azing- beside it.- ;Then, as the streets'grow'>blue somewhat elnated roboscis, with the : pruiplewould deprive the' question* be,, doecthLbf1dherprc1erg_ of the-tasetld thi+ c i F
: c Ime bnd&wss prompted,,re med'and, at with the coming Ligb and spires interrogatory t:. 't LIZI. rI tw en : the' U 1t&'taeoPth'ei'retiona1bRattWr Suprei Vpurtypears il \ foes"hblapp'ear'.to \ A'-poo* Indian bwho'hnltftflin Wmittede .
last: lhe'vceremony vrai completedthat and the chimney lops j stand,out against Jheskywith i "Doiybu really belong to Jersey:V? t an'd':would:tlelve; thetn h ; Jegat. service of .the tndicthi iit tte5pa s,1trai3takei fej .
i 4 Vbich;so kmt and ardently desired : A sharpoess of.outline that is seen f "1 Ifldeedl4was! the answer tl j, for adnutmentiWithout Jiirbsnfrpip sec4)videdibattrteh [ iisrve1 been1 maelepwatthesehteric0 '( *
rf thatWhich thley tbad *looked .forward.! to I;London; before its mfllibn fires cover Vll.4hen ti.oi44I was not fn 6ccovaancewhh the osmadmant4kbe4 tDib, $

2>with- scarce>a hope.fifsuccess;/ ,i was junv the town with iberr1 pall ofamoke.tbencomes poor Jersey!",:he continued witb ,adeep., I emtlQfls of zazuapiuitY nd usfice;. siRlvSi.'W saving IhitaiW: bbtet'i' should iwkomoofeUi
consummated. The/ were.taan and, wifeljj sauntering forth the unwashed poor; dWfr ibZ rIe din01eIr b'ekfontbc jail fr&hjSwbe'nca fttf same ,
f -. .<; ''dborr' :*rii*" some with greasy wallets j on-their backs/to whal'll'you' lake* W!drihktrYOl1 tspixt, oficoncila.Ihejaubjts alid'thince: tdWrf place df- xecuiJbawhfe I Iiir ftbismtqn ,
4t$9 ; "" t* "f** **" ; bznt P7.ejreach dirt beap1anikepu Jifeby comtlo.the :best tbat'lcatffia4Op lriith'4precincS! WtoStyO* thai rtrt.Mtt;- commItted styltfdgls at rjj j

V pnnte&and,were bL; skgrefnseones;, or"stray nigs "and board this boatf very TSidfla1 oiS a Lhlviik iIOnatIkjith 'Aesd-t-'i; Ic;::' rjt4-ei if3cl

-4 tthe itf i 'tbit'Itim'e' ;-'Reed, pieces of old ironri Others,4 bhl their way to The gentleman," somewnat CCiYifrJ surprised, mufreo"tbe -. wouJ4. o$ a.garsnty f an eariy'';azd# sat.' : 3stbC: ii&ioitid of horse dri sa14g.tftI4 :
their q'fl a ,
work,5 ttor e1wh4fj'
flbItbatthe 7 thasroue Horse are gathered at the cbftierofTtheatreetjrdnnd feasoifof tth8r tokef Mteeni f< r coiM

2 *ert procored,,ap4 thy.pwshed off, in fall tbeireakfaststall, aid blp.wing Jeyearuq ti' {Wd k' M03 sdt iItIthj6ritrhaW'iefdse :aitia' tbaS'tfi1 meco'Urt 1i.diotqth1pY drive slow down hill.m :
.4.b&C sancers/jf.steaming dran.Eronqa1'tie Fitbtr4oo 6 th'
.t wUhe.ctorshe vanuishea1// it Yecbgflhi $ '
;'m, for Marydr cba b ut j cans, wth the et1ahimung p"rtwntr tonstitdtwnal rigbt aueandsha1kco9'"st
ddfiS tti rthI6ughI ihe1 bOIe1! beneatli;'wbiiit ii.df ; bL4Pt* 'd nn 1t flit!;. '-T4 ,

bnzoikdfroa gbeh4'.ti tbe.4ittld1ltt1mfrlkvith; basket slung ,' Pl eIai oilrsbIfs&'t; ttt4qlerey.asi'qtfdo'iot Qoyepmep 1tOf, nutaiJ s kia
br&zgomg beforelherp uderetandyblt.5I d' sense of' This'4 Coftfiiith t. th 71r.toffelu lenfty gfve bVSu cmS Cdarfjnri rtCoi ,'' * tells thbObt'tis tie-
Professor Webster
hisnhjejnjy three m4ea t 9n1VcLi, ;, .
Yet who, to see uiqsqualor anawretcn- ) >the septibnst i iJbat "not influeug !1 hy-a desireof* delayingna1odged the* .
v ** cL
ednew of London by"nigbt; ivptild*beireye beigg Sli" L ( -' '
tht 2 11 %hbLOnd61t banktirs* bav* odfrahiil njdetot secured in their espectiv'hep bbytltA'c11 h oq8 jtla ':

.ad' : ) f & aeaaaofi toqodIdJUt7 are aware this coarse is"d] .. ; 4 ,L i' : ., ,
to &d1 l 1 a'ns ad WtW< *;* -
ot ; IttIe4:3 mo nc '
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o3. 01 afli4 1.w :a jA Ofl1YOI.O: sIVL3T ti t :i eAstsia
$ fLU .4 : : L.r ? ': ct1 fM4 d I&q tonoe4 ,go s $ oihie; ajtsew 4 & sid ,- trf :'
: id e4 ki ,abo5l i1Zei4M ,
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'i, to1rowiD -: ii a;copy,of:a printed'circular to them ftto4&mb of the money in five .-. .;\, h... ',I \ i-.f i ;'.i w. lhe'an.. W;!ee : rially.e ,t witboutauppIating public paupers, | their color, birth, and.
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i \ ,.enclosing tie memorial appended per cent. stocks;to be repaid Into:.theiTrea-< "t' "" < :." ,si ince, uwJcommentng whicbV'now'Nconaects:"us: witljaannah.i cost; .Sunday '*4ho6ls; the theif.
the in annual in Thursday Juae I I cu
.J ceired by tis office.. We SUIT, with interest, equal "27,1850.! .' from Charleston accommodations'are being name and th rieber each ** .,
I ,thtyoghj !jjthe; post stafanent*during the existence'of the con- _5 ; on..communication a; Greater ae1 ;\ w1c

: : : l.yJheBef QU r MnatterpfggpT. trac. which contract thejr propose shall continue For. BcprcMBtatlrtj" 10' 'to eoJ t'. taper, in which the writer recommends the p !Tie here for invalids the win- date;'.the criminal convicted .in prisonurwg

L era! interest Ttio.t 'estabUshralintcTslti5i'ihJr 'for tteenirr'yean t renewable""at'-,the S -f "" ;- C',,. 'vsr w-...t,. :, -, tablishmentsof''a line". steamers direct tar, therewill: probably!a large increase the yearj: |;'tife.average,of wan* by
Er CARRINGTON of ifl i *"-- "i
\ ; } >lo-Af eita'"rdeport: the pleasure of the Government. S 5' 'r,] ": --ABELL.COURBBPOin .-. between. JaknTi. ad"Chalestn. t r ,of,their number.. This,together with the year, monthyaw day, a wbild
The of six hundred thousand dollars < :
t ,4 free negrbee:ofphe,Uaite Slates, ot -to be advanced sum in-five per cent.stocks,'from >BlCSl;WITH Jiojf..c.CADELL. draw,the of the St.' John's to'the latterTheCbarlist a partial diversion,bl trade from the Saraniiahline or withiidid:; -

vhichjwc j&iUy.approre, and which com.t. time too time on each ship, as .it shall prosjess ._' = 1i"p*-0 city.. rit speaks'of fie' myaad we' hope 'iiflj J justify the .hor cp. '\. J' \, .

tne d ltwlf to.U .riends of colonization. so in construction, and the Gouernment t. S --lI 'j. ,. _. edibusaeis ,and ;Bncertainty.of 'theJ experiment of a 11ne'from Charleston at an Schedule six slslmfbr,'. ;, Itr
: :. especially; ues1hesoi1i,. : to hold lienupon'each.ship to secure the tl'lE\K..isyn. tt,! t. *1 lassage taken ,by,'theSavannah. .steamers early day.-: person who.dieddi] |jiag the year( .seRI
Editor Sir Below find the -'>
4 i ; advance. -. Mr. .. : ypanll .
v S' "
S from this and of the advantageswhichwould rolohethenartIE(6of l sifl tti
.. place, |
I "CCLOmlT10XRooKl: ) TtDo ot aaid ships: shall be.finished and letter of Hon. E. C. Cabell to me, as Chairman 'p "T.nis

1 1t ( AVathia c, 1st, 850.J J ready;foe season: or before theJfrtf day ?LOttoer of a Public Meeting',of the Whigs,of rult by.the ,establishment' of better settlement, witnothera in the interiorof death, psdthessinnuitrgdeo! Jt'.r1 ; 5
1852, and the twu'others on or her loats, to'run;all.the,way outside! ,td Ch S Thus e thei ,eonpruunj mflefy
.1I This le East tFl tokens of d tW'
I D St&- will be accompanied .by of October 1854 .that Alachua_ county, held about the first of this rid.h iproTeel
foretbsflrd day ; so of the ( .lie
He sbrj
large schedules
ton. speaks questions .n the *
of the memorial of of t .
Bryan 'nva
a Joseph month. the the arid "
copy ( "
an opportunity may be given to ascertain the S s enterpriseof $. iii 'to-- -- *A
.. Alabama to 'Conprwi proposing to establish of the 'first constructed and S i n,the'wtr"from the. ,North to. "F r arid. mtion expected'Jsp>to ithe/year, ;ending
efficiency two .I respectfully request the publication,ofMr. _citizens.. :,:Messrs.,.Rosignall .& Boydare .
a line steam-ebips between the United that the could -be. "
make such will best says ; 'ran June 1, 1850. :ij i r. _
improvements as- com CabelTs letter the best and to me' engaged in building 'a small steamboat, 4 ;
'. States Of America,and Africa; ,The:objects. with their obligations the Govern as ," me; Charleston in ion less" that '
,. ,." a re- ) [ifJ j ment.ply ,moat convevient manner'of,I giving it ,that now'taken to make thir the trijfromSavannih.r tme thn to'bring the \ of. Marion .an adjacent S INDI4N*' RXSHOVBC, ;. : ", .,"..

i Ut.To afOFCe supereede thnoecessily on the of maintaining Ea h ship shall be in ,readiness to con- p mblicity,which i its contents'demand.I ,The Savannah,;>Netra.promptly the counties .down the Oclawaba to the 'St.Johns. Gen;B.Hopkipi ( *!toj '
\ western coast of the mails to and from Liberia and shall S doubt not* that I the answer The timbersare and faun
cut Twity
.. yey correctly present intellijei : a.
; Africa to express the slave trade.TTiisanamtnt and subsistence for, such arguments, desirous of .course\to.have no 'areay' tiyin! a
provide passage feelings of all who in the he work commenced the town, .
adj ldatka
;'' participated :
costs the United States i :
Savannah pamg'
: mail agent as. the Post Office. Departmentshall competitor with: for trade of weof
'$38 ,OOQ.anniially.Sd. appoint. Meetingin in question, and in fact of tbe entire the St. John's. te S jfan expenenC arpCnterimm the North ince, en:>oute 'jfbi ; \
I To extinguish bbvr and forever, the In consideration of the above named services party in this county, when I say that Perhaps the rivalries. of. bur,far advanced. employed the' p'ur. Mr. S.: 'Halli- him that before fie rash '.he' iJmuC-;

U i. foreign.: & trade ii and the creation of this powerful addition his "abandonment" of his previous "deter- day, of Jacksonville, is .engaged. in:Savannah ceededin emigrating twenty-five;'more,oi .
This is desired Charleston
byj humane and
t religit'ous'or
.t patriotic citizen every in this Republic. -- national to the effective ready marine whenever for public and the mination not to be a candidate" highly. sister in good Svnna'to our- own less mayrslllt : preparing her machinery. Most of the the Indian warridratb their.proffered hose; I

.. .! purposes shall arise to ita entire : gratifying to his "good friends'of AUchua," pretending trade of the Oclawaha is already conveyed in the.West: It 1 raited from other source*"
emergency require town. We have no desire to suspend i inter i
: 3d. To enlarge and extend our commerce employment by the Government and for .affording and that they hope he wilt not fail to pay with Savannah, but rather t Palatka in common barges. It is thought that many 6f th&ejjitdians| were .accotn pa- .:

( with. Africa. ftThis facilities for cheap and rapid emi them a visit, as soon as he can conistentlywith cur t promote there wilt be a sufficient increase to keep nied by their Thus .is lo'w i
will be immense in a few if -it. Yet we should be happy fai
years Liberia the and his prove
0 gration to undersigned his duties as their Representative. these still the river, as well employ '
on dimia
measures haU be adopted to a eparting rom thejjrritory!t| ; *
proper associates shall be paid the sum of dol. the trade of our river and trnl to our perhp.
promote, : ; lars for each and every trip to and from Very Respectfully, State sufficient 'to. warrant a .rival( line of he; steamboat. The It r'i to be small, shirig nunibeHjjamong ; tidly

? ,., 4th.'To convey at orielbird ,of the present Liberia during said term of contract. Yours in political fraternity and from Charleston., .his well but sufficient for the purose contemplated.It as\it could be :e5j
4 : coat neb free people of color to that con In further consideration o f the mutual LEM'L. WILSON. transport '' is known that Mari county is gradually cess of -, ::1 .
tinent as shall desire emigrate to it. known that the trade and travel of the'SL % "-
benefits the citizens of
public to countries; COLUMBUS DREW, Esq. S tilling up substantial ,settlers, one instance GenTwigisllsafiringfmm theeIi
; The association! composed,as we are informed they ask to be permitted to introduce into John's is becoming an object of importance wit 1' r
from Alabama
'. of gentlemen' from the South and the ports of the United States the productsof to the owners of the Savannah line, and it being that of a planter fe taof. thefractanChis ann :which continues .' -:

North,whose means to perform their engagements the Republic of Liberia free of duty: pro [Copy of Mr. Calelfs Letter.] is gratifying that that trade begins to attract who we learn means t locate 400 negroesin I. swollen a&otf tbet.cALIPc13 ,

{ are ample and unquestionable. Some vided, that the productions of this country HOUSE. RxTSKSznrxmrKS,My 2Ij. 1850. the county. Thus ,sm idea 'may be I .
-1 pains have been taken;by those concerned to be admitted into Liberia in like manner. My Dear Sir: I have teen much gratifiedby more general attention.Some formed of the amount of produce which may 1L PAPERS. "r.",
ascertain the sentiments of gentlemen here on And on further consideration, that the Public idea may be formed of the trade of S to,the
reading the proceedings of a reach the St. Johns by the Oclawaha, and We indebted politeness If,.
-', the subjects embraced in the memorial, with American Colonization Society shall have our river, when'we state that there was'last &r' Jilifornia o
Meeting of the Whigs of your county held the encouragement .to the enterprise of Pa- Yale! for a: file oj ( papers, dates'
is ort .
: the admission, that theHcheme worthy the right and authority to send on each of shipped from the St. John's.river from
the age, of the United State, and demandedby said four ships, on eacb_and every voyage in Newnansville on the 4th inst. year latka furnishing facilities for.its.transport. from April :)5t';loj 24tb. One is :tbe.: first
of timber
4 4 the condition of out national affairs. The they may respectively make, not exceeding To you, as presiding officer of that;,meet 5 to 60 cargoes ,yellow pine and The Government ware-houses which have number of a new pj ij>ei publish at Sacraraento -:

American Colonization ciety is organized four thousand emigrants, being free persons ing and through you tots members, I begto sawed lumber, and there will be more than passed i into the hands or'private. citizens, ,:which is a & r e.
for a particular purpose, and having thus of color, from the United States to Liberia, that shipped this yean: From the first of IDmn.
.scrupulously] adhered to it,without mingling on prepayment of ten dollars for each emigrant tender my thanks for the very flattering last September to this time., there has been are being renovated, in one,of which Mr: and" g orer Rerng'to[ prerl it.;J

in the contentions,and strifes which over twelve years of age, and of five manner in which you allude to me, and express less than bales of cotton' Dukes is fitting up. a store. The former say het as a' 7,. .
shipped not
have at various times.and in different sections dollars for each emigrant under twelve yearsof a desire that I shoild be a candidatefor -- 2,500 officers' quarters have been fitted up into men typographic skill. The SaaFrah .
of our beloved existed, the which also includes the nearly all Sea Island, and valued at $150- o '
country transportation
age re-election to Congress. : and commodious dwellings, and every cisco Journal ot Coftimeree, a copy of which
executive committee cannot without the of the and tbe oisailors' S besides 250 of net
baggage, daily supply 000, some hogsheads ,
I have been induced to sugr before acknowledged is' !
recently of
to we
begins wear an aspect new published brL
sanction of Congresj4o more than ascertain rations, and to convey and bring hides, skins and moss. There is
what the public sentiment may be, after the back free from cost such agent as they from determination not to be a candidate.- life. Three steamboats are arriving there Washington BartJJBtt, formerly connected'
the this 600 barrels .
t plan shall base been duly promulgated and time to time choose to send. Letters and representations from all parts ol vicinity town some weekly from the lower St. John's. Besides with the Florida, ptess. :
considered. It is submitted for opinion The benefits to be derived from this the of virgin dip turpentine, valued at$2 75 per 5.
your ; public the State make me feel it my duty to the improvements going on, there is som ir'r. ".
: and for the opinion ol 1e friends of colonization enterprise, it is believed, are alike practical, withdraw barrel; and if the business,' which is in its 'l
and State not to uzazict.-A c l4.i
to ,
Whig party talk the erection DisrarssuiGJ
my a also
.' and civilization-and' christianizationof philanthropic, ane obvious; and its advan- infancy, profitable as is anticipated !. o cottn. factory ,
from life proves a about.7 of agel named 'Charles'Adot.
I : Africa. tages to the emigrants may be ascertained public now. ; at this years
The executive cor tee will aid in ascertaining from the fact, that the cost per head under I shall, in a short time, make a public response ,there will be made some 2,900 barrels pint. pbns'Rbi u son of;r RiM.nbloa] ; m;
in the matters the most and favorable efforts of the The lumber finds a market at the North ; Biitiee
4 .Ip public'sentiment untiring to the numerous calls made :on me THE CENSUS ACT. and brother-in-law .Cyras ,.ol[
4 embraced In the memorial. so far as the American Colonization is dollars all of the cotton, hides, skins,
Society, thirty of Florida nearly saga this lost his life .
to present myself to the people as The Baltimore condensing place, by drowning
be obtained their for adults and half for children. kn i
same can
by price and moss are sent to Savannah; and at
friends in way that {hall not in tbe least The undersigned and his associates believe a candidate for re-election. of the value thereof finds the provisions of t Census billpublished 234 inst. ;He c4! : the'river adjaceut'to

tend increase the present excitement and that small ships either steamers or sail vessels In the mean time, accept for yourself and least one-fourth in our paper of the 13th inst, remarks that the town u, *its several boys'wheri''.

communicate whatever information they may cannot be successsully employed in tbe my good friends of Alachua, assurances of its way back in the shape of merchandise they are very full, precise, and discriminating swimming.arid[ potpng earth_ ,shorV.;. A.,

obtain'shall to be Congress deemed to i ijj be such best.judicious Your manner transportation of emigrants at so low a price, my grateful appreciation of your kindness. purchased in that city. ; and as a piece of legislation it is.worthy -! negro boy, as i it appears,' led him.upoValog;:
as but the rapidity of the voyage, and the number The turpentine business has as yet yieldedno '
attention to the subject and to an answer, to be trasported, will enable them to reduce Yours very truly of the age, its progress arid increasing which projected iome distance out, wbea he

I.r. .eclfullyreq'1 .t 4. the cost of passage by a saving of subsistence E. C. CABELL. exports, but we have a still on the river civilization.An suddenly left hint gq'orthoogbtlessly pushe'd*

Most sincerely, yours, during ihe voyage. LEMUEL WILSON, Esq. and expect shortly t be shipping spirits of important feature was added'to the him into water fterand his depth. "Observ\
; Mw.; ST. Cms CLARKE.By Small steamers could not carry the necessary turpentine and rosin. several1
bill in the form of an amendment o by ing him .st.mggUy 1.1 ,negro, and, ,
; order Ex. Coni.r fuel to make any speed in a voyage of THIS irASHVXUUB CONVBHTIOX AD- skins hides and ere
; -. four thousand miles, and DOESS. The cotton, moss b Mr. Vinton in the House of Representatives other boys who wer*near by became alarmed ..
over consequentlythey
To the Honorable the {Senate and House of, would not be efficient in the suppression The address issued by this body has ap I all been transported by the semi-weekly This clause" enacts,that if provision shall and ran awai. fThe!;; 'unfortunate yoetiV

7 .Representatives. 01{fiu-Uni States in of the slave trade. peared. It is a repetition of,the complaintswhich steamerl rnning'from Palatka to Savannah; not be made' by'CoDge to'take.the census having no.assistant.. !,'.was-.hurriedly'':swept. ;

.. Congress assembled i Hence, therefore the above projection of have been long uttered, of. tbe effects and a. cargo of sugar, as we. have,already in 1850 by' firt the present along by the strongturrent/' .and. soon. sank.
The lot himself and others service is considered effective for all practical ..forwarded from theplantation a
undersigned* the of the slave upon the institution of slavery arising from mentioned, h been shall remain in force, and the Secretary of for the last tin* .|?4The'accidentoceoned'about :
lied,Jespectf nllybegs leave to present purposes; suppression .schooner.-
./ ; to the consideration 01*Congress the following trade by the continued presence of such vessels the numerical preponderance of the Northern of Cpt.. Ser., by the Interior is empowered to proceed at once .4,o'clock t r? iiinhe. .'afternoon. E8brt

4. __!.i propositions, to whi-.h they have givenmuch ; the encouragement and protection oi States in the Federal councils. Reasoning The latter :fact is proof the' ltmer in the work. In connexion;'with thisit is I were made 'until k Bje'hour(ain_the night ttoo:

.r : reflection : our commerce, and the much desired objectof 'j advanced have infre freight than they can at all times the : .
| from the past the prediction h .again further provided that, until a new apportionment I find body, ind-resumed on, .Monday

; : First. The suppression of the African quick, cheap which,safe must,and necessarily commodious lead transportation of the ultimate abolition of the slave carry. of representation in the lower House morning when 'it jkras drawn up near the

SlaveTrade.. jt, numerous, emigration. to trade between, and slavery in, the Southern By [he above statements it will be eeen shall be made,by Congress,' the number of turpentine still, lan&at""quarter of a mile .
: the mails between
the Second.United The States carrying and the Republic of Libe. JOSEPH BRYAN, of Alabama States, as the aim and act of the North, unless that thfe trade of the St. John's river is of members in the House shall not exceed two from wh disappeared. b

;: \ ria. > for himttlfandhis associates. some check which the Convention may, considerable importance to the city of Savannah hundred and :thirty-three. Two matters ofiprtaoc '.; r .. .t '';":.0 t,

.II Third. To extend arid regulate trade between propose be applied. We wish the wisdom -substantiate. ,which it is only and often of great difficulty, are A correspondent ,$Q8 describes an.inter*

the United States andLiberia., Correspondence of the Baltimore Son. to apply this barrier to fanatical r encroach I necess ry to refer to the fact that Messrs. and made definite and ; view between the,;|SeminoIe chief and
The independence of,the Republic of Li. WASHINGTON, June 17. Brook & and of the simplfie easy '
4 beria has been acknowledged by the greatest ment could be invoked; but we do not participate I ; Topper,agents owners When the census returns come in, the' Capt. 'Casey.. '.Ti* event".related. ."fai, not
a '
powers of Europe. It,is an o'-hoot from in A the very Senate important on the vote adjustment was taken bill. to-day It secures in the dark forbodings felt as to the semi-'' eekly steamers, find it to their interest Secretary of the Interior, taking' the aggregate very recent,,.bavin;*;|occurred 'previous 'to

our, and..;:is peopled by emigrants the passage of the bill in the Senate. ultimate effect to be produced by the Northin to mild a new boat for the line. federal population of the United'States, the conferences which( ,resulted in'

from all the States of this Union. It By a large majority (32 to 12) Mr. Soule'a and between the Southern States. We The trade of the St. John's river h almost and dividing the whole number by two hundred moval of.another pai-ty of twenty-five.war*

; already embraces and laws within the of action tbe natives of its amendment was adopted, and it settles one question whether practical abolition by the doubled in the last two years, and is and thirty.three may ascertain at once riors,the certain deMjture. of whom. U men

government and several of the Kinjcs;many and Princes of the that Question new, States which may to the come South into is vital the,,to Union wit,: Federal Government, of the slave trade between greatly on the increase. The population of what is to be the ratio of reprsenttion'- ,. toned in another .place':" .
this has increased 25 in '
west coast of Africa*who seek its protection, and asdaveholding States i if people thereof contiguous slaveholding States or o{ town per cent. the It will then be a very simple matter to_allot' Th steamer ColoN eta): lately.trrirvd.s>t

: trust in its' benefiwocei r. offer their allegiance choose to adopt slavery. The doctrine held slavery theein: ,would not be a physical im- last year.It to each State the number of representativesto Tampa from Chafattc' Harbor, whitbcr Cpt-

.; u citizen \"j .," by northern ultras is that another State, possibility. The parchment of such a law l is useless to comment on the qualities which it is entitled, and to notify the Casey had CODfI'lo ,blaia'aa: 'Interriew'withBowlegt '
of Liberia shall have
When the republic, (except from Texas'and south of 36 deg. 30 and of the river St. John's. It ,chief of %miD. \Tbe chief met
would be and. the terms about advantages of the That
completed the purchase of tbe Gallinas for gossamer, as Governor same. process
min. shall never be allowed to come into the brie Capt.Casey,' and in 4 tentheaej Intern. informed
is sufficient that it is for
.. which negotiations are.90w in progress, the Union. This abstraction is now settled, and binding on posterity as the characters on to say navigable is all that i necessary, should act remain Cap&C.'ttW! had talked with Us p.o.

sea-coast will'emmce upwards seven there cannot be.much more difficulty in regard Gliddon's mummy. The act could not en- the steamer St. Matthews 230 miles from permanent in order to arrange the pie, 'and found th niairfllias:; to.50' to thaeircountry.

.hundred; The first miles.eeuleme1 r t!rom\rV this to the bill. force itself and where could an army be levied its mouth; and when the orange insect troublesome business'of new apportionments ., He .ttt1th.Y:; .wer'}Briny'ii
country. was The reason that Mr. Seward's name does cease their destructive of the orange peace,and would eoatfene to das if undisturbed
sufficient to enforce it jo attempt to ravages .
made in 1821 and-lhe: I Infant Colony, under everytenyears.
r.\, ; not appear in the negative, is that he paired tree, most of that distance will be, as of old, by the"pale faces.'? !Clft homes of their childhood,
incredible embarrassments, against the combinations off with his colleague, Mr. Dickinson.Mr. provide against a contingency so improbableand The Census act contains six schedules, of
the tilbrs
and effort !Cir an inhuman and Webster has shown to-day that he remote, is almost like razeeing a mountain prucing the finest oranges in the world. \Tbie an abstract may not be uninteresting: .loved craTeS in the of world their W r iare,;all and they here they they knew desired or

: mercenary spirit a&df tbje' earlier and almost will "tread nostep backwards." .His brief to escape the attrition of a comet. Wit proper machinery, a stbot as The first relates to the free inhbitt to remain. That JW ftI l&pI.dgshIDiSIf and his
p, '. indomitable prejudge jfnd hostility of native speech elicited a burst of applause staunch as the that runs betweenSavannah
The address recommends. the Missouri Jasper and the of abodeon
tribes has, gradually and peacefully from the galleries. name every one, wit bi people to observe iri44ts any peace which miht
\, extended its borders; received, protected ) .Clay will retire from the Senate as line as the best and most acceptable to the and, Charleston, and draws but the 1st of June i to be given. :Profei- be made by which,fcsiii-htb'. *':.aQowed to remain -

., j and educated 'emigrants from the United soon as the adjustment is effected. He will South, in the settlement by Congress. We very little (if'any) more water than the Wm. sion, occupation, place of married or ; or abide wfOiaj y by tho. ecueqmaoM of

I States and many oftbetatives;has triumph. retire, in that case, with glory enough for do not see upon what data this conclusion is Gaston, could at a times make regular trip single deaf or dumb, pauper birth or convict, its infraction, ,if 0 0%jby his peopl Ho stated
:ed over all obstacles,land now presents to one man. Still another difficulty in the way between the latter ity' and this town ae. I that.he loved peaoey,tot ;war'was.s calamity,
I.I the world a .,* f i$orous, and permanent of adjustment is partially removed by tbe arrived it. So far as Southern sentiment has ; for insane white or black, nonability to always to be aroidtJ ffjpossible,and that ho sad .

.. '. commonwealth. j i : !i| President-s important decision as to the Texan of late been expressed by popular meetings, when the weather'was' to boisterous for her read (over twenty years C age, are all his people would W tlMr last to provoke war say

: Its destiny may ra predicted.Its difficulties. and the press it has b mainly and nne to take the outside passage, she could g given:. more. Bat that if ft wjs forced upon him by..

V extension knit heretofore desecrated The President says, in his message pre quivocally in favor of the Senate's compro inland. And when it would not be safe relates to slave inhabitants, "pale faces,1*his ytons'men were able and willing
all that 'Sheule'two '
t IM coast its ultimate} Influence over sented to-day: of low for her r to ;
mise. account water to cross the fight; and bAt1dssthiru 'ot.worse ia
: great division of tljeslobe; :the suppression "I have now to state that information has St. John's bar, 'it would be equally unsafe rs &aes. and the number olslaves tho land of his eUIdh ,d and:the home of his
of the slave tradeXot only within the present been recently received that a certain R. J. ; :the fugitives :from,the.slave States, than it *out **( 'far .
but from THE. DEMOCRATIC. WOMUTKE.. .for the Gaston. youth bjithe ar; eountqwhrethyi4tdd1e.U.atMedthab,
of the Republic, shortly "
limits himself Commissioner -
Neighbors, a with
I : styling and the number. their
.1 .Sierra Leone to:Ca )e Ealmas, and eventual- of Texas, has proceeded to Santa Fe, with a The Convention of Democrats assembledat The Charleston'writer not in his mar I manumitel ,. if
the, and. increasing the h age, sex, color,1 and natural afflictions. he was required t 6 rem,fVe'farther Sooth in Florida
entireicoasjj Suwannee ,
theJmi1e three' relates : of da, haro'io'oTJeetfon{bat if the Jofaoeswshed
emigratida frbta this country to under the authority of Texas. Those nomi- steae'l Schedule! to pruction "would p
.-; of Republic the diffusionot delegates present unanimously as their faiures have1, en very !frequent. *"the*i- **nameS- of* to* nLIm and,his people out t
regions tj e. ; While I have no power to decide the question agriculture; ,to : owners, agents,
nated JOHN BEARD their candidate -
knowledgean&cmuutfon,of Christianity, [of disputed boundaries,] and no desireto Major as They.are do ss as and of.lana improvedand the'eoontry by.forM, ttyyawsi first find themi:
of the arts And sciinees>1 and of extended and interfere with it as a question of title, I for Representative to Congress theensuipj as other'boats of the managers LtheCr; value IL. i150 stat4 thatte,,fsoe," COaIdI*

'1 theretofore onknorVa commerce indicate.that have to observe that the possession of the Fall. The indications previous to the nom struction and, A: crir'ad en- ,unimproved, e.c .of farm nothing but,evil.'if tljy should send taelr rid
',- destiny' <, '"' *. ty 4s territory, into which, it appears,,Mr. Neigh ihation,'pointed to the gentleman.selected as running amt.: cirum- arid value_of a farming implements ;.the brethren away by jtJroiJ.for'their j'PropheV'had
Its forests its mirieralt$soil,its climate,and bor has thus gone was actually acquired by the preferred candidate., stances, could be. Their I horses,"mules, and'asses;, the_ working i 'oxen, told.them aa .riI.iJi[would, take possejsiea'oftho

-already the Tarioqs 4tltfllSiYe productions the U.: States from Mexico. and. has since -, Democrats have selection, and efficient! as those oD other I mUch cows, and other Tth sheep,,and eoontry as ioo -,'ttej,shofild loanrjt wUoh
tithe flseesBariesaM luxuries of life form soC been held by the United States, and, in\ my The in the o l .lines.; But with, better .boats could i swine .value of live stock, and of'animals would destroy r1e taoo7 thailiratpMMd .
j many unfailing rod fee*for.our commerce.., opinion, ought so to remain, until the 'ques Maj. BEARD, placed in the field a man of n- doubtless attain more e1 ; upon their himtinj' r$4a'7(' '. .
(I ': Toe undetsknldand his associates, looking tion'shall, have':been determined by1'some exceptionable moral qualities and cbaracter. punctuaity. slaughtered dqriDI'te yearthe bushels ol(
to | | blip public objects, and .' is the interest of the people of Flor'idato wheat 'b at A.TaJJlz'1IDouB.'Ve
f A the"preceda competent authority. Of his politics either.professed or. videncedby :I ; peas, ucw bzsIien their privxte objects of.pecuniary let 'Meanwhile, I think there is no reason for encourage line i :' (steamboats between Irish'and br1ey"p .j '
'II tatoes, ( sweet,t clover, a "Caribee squattj.&&** from a single seed
tbutW four Steam-ships party affiinities,;,we.have not: .been. :fully '
'r1 .;lultatP.l apprehending that Texas will practically interfere this place{arid ,charleston ; sand we _.doubt : 'rice .
rye, com, oats; &x.seedthe ponrids of Col 1I of:Camden
1 -whttb shall cotqbjoe-'in' .higher degree with the:possession ofJlbe: .Unitei acquainted, be having heretofore,reciprocated i planted by ; fx .4t ? S
;kl c than lias.yet: beiftt &$iinedthe' necessary States.". -- <' the kind .manifestations'of:both''parties not, if?one is talisbe they.will manifest and tobacco;'the bales of ginned cotton ;((40' ' teMfrOT\.bU"'grbands7< : It '

qualities of speedi Strength, space and: ventilation mm" *ssssiSiweii si BS By -. of the State, in their selection of him,'on twosuccessive their interest in do not wish t'b |lbs'. -tneJyaluepf;; f? r :p! .u weight,75Ypound a;.the ylnfrom| wbich
Savannah' '' a' 1
each of which|o be commanded byti1JeUuoantofth.U' Mr. Hale,' tn a late speech,i declared< his understood as disparaging ,
: market gardens, pounds. :and butter it was cut containedabout avefagJBf awe
i occasions, for the office'of:Regis- .fity,
States Navy ,. .. ., i is have
hi. f certainly our interest to two marketsfor
intention the '
to seat in Senate ?- ,
,. soon resign flax, hops,'silk cocoons andLmapsugatons ) hrof from Jt5p54! !bs eadr. eThesjjua
s -Each; ship shall itot&e& of, less than four ofPublic; Lands., .His present, position
A0uio uf 'and ari&nted .be'of ,:and retire' forever from, political life, our produce, and we are:credibly! ,informed : e&, ;'hbticed1 iirs&e rJ oiw'dlsic for
t< tons, to sqpe- as a party nominee may be'' a:tacit confetsion hemp | ,, aj ._
the :of for those whi that vastly'more .o -<':" .J"
.,1 riorqusiityinslljeiecta, io any"steams leaving ,arena politics i of faith; and.overcome' thai'scruples'o r Chretl possesses kiea4s.oIsugar, (1000 IbsVeach1, seTe heparat f17' prdlng, ,a
,.4 o ships MW afloat,:or inffrogrress of construe have more taste for..its,strife and turmoilIf capital l'than 3Sayannah'and: thereby,afford* molasses, .and'value"of dOflte4"" .
11i =6onforiwarpurpo esxtfor; tbepronosed] be will do the country I the, service to,sp a. few- ..relish, weU'deRned. ., principles. ;;; bu. more liberal UmVand'terms dealers.:Thus *- ."'-.- ',' home-made" ,\'-"t triariu'V handsome' surplobora i,+, Jto.t %

L service,and !capable\ t,going-' Ii our "verencoizisge.mentinOur A ; stt '; ,ttj.1 4.m'.n iUlal
I J to Liverpool in eifbt) days* J induce him to adopt the'lIUJ'sensible resoJotion sort >:of, King"'Log:nominee,-who ) :.Schedulefour, names theprodutsoii.: ta .leTpu9u!,. 1) .Ji."W'I It
4... Each sbiptOTnake not less than/our trips. be.will, i in somfj measure; power' to charge 'o facilities L;, ;; of:T each'corpbratibni. com ;: ;:; .
1 per annum,' le tving.Ntw- Orleans; Norfolk, -indiscretion )>f*everr having undertaken 'may be consistentrenougb' to ietdieos'p.| of coi amunicton. and'traded. t.,1 dUtnae .G f":; w..'8 ., ..,\o. .J'iit1 11j ,

,, 'i Balti oteVand ,Newvirork/; or.much other to fill place for.which he Is so/,/utterly;unfitted. port a unlyersaliyayprite: ". / ifie}Gofefnorship. f i; ,I S j errdneQaj!to. 'r5, .jttsaid.. r'thatthe pany,.O.d'jiial"rd dlicrng.MnaajiyaHicles | -' a1 .p ;.,..' ;,b8" a.-rbeJ., .

i.1 .' M msy be seasbtiably indicated,by,.the .. -We would recommend,to the twain, ,If,,moreover, partyadnoits pb. suppose,: of le ,;eac .k d .bfbj; isiness from the| : Conventiorttfl- "! '" re-
':. .I" -. >ealmsof1His'lImperia cost of'f freight less,;by. ,' capital invested
Unit LfesT I s a settlement tbes tug neutralize by tbsciitics bt:,th pap'lJ re.lan4Iperaonsf: -.
13 ; w1b'r oviz 1f 'f .the 'United 8t&t'Jt" Blackness EpemSoqucjUeWl9! we doobnote'jwonw.jcpnfejuuponj timeiH-if,'as'Democracy $itihait tuI b'fy an"olijc line, esta ,1 qau tyki; ,1iu i>Tlueofyaw'mJ .vjse'the-StaWc4i 5 r. d 1 tibnATh6' .lastrLejlifftf fiat -.
beenloude 1 I' nc ****** ****a"r'a6qrJiisi'w SkalBimm
shall !*ke.'y aU'Qf: them,,prfe PKniebthooAt : feiii Bfft T
vutaa.! ,
: ;.4 ,_.ft&."j_ ep r\pIpffQrwar, .puff'O&e"" witl fperhaps, "-the ..offices'()0' declarepirty"sinks IClf i SXTtfL.' nt''L Insignificance'LL.litical !i i"jw'p'l' liet:f 1tQtJThbr. ,: ,!IT-. (frm'IS** "li'** .tire'"-",,,,J.-u'atiicadb, acl 1",of(li' .*. ". j,of. 'h $,. of" .tile' I0P1S.t. ,t:. f"o. 'D e _liub 1. .

; 'oi b! ..., ,.. &n4. Lord Chamberfamwltjfeepe$pl0iempfdrphe I'hf1(1L ,. *emp'theiumb of Contrn ,;for.ithia-p ,cand
h feet a rpoe
:4 .. ".' ; 'fr" van h to..Charleston jSj uWe .
: 19 ; and'cost' J la '
O(13 r Iot" 1. j,h., rtLVA ? ,;- thnk a of-male and!female '' "
RJ l' ": 1 .io. 1 !T" : ,. DO' \ .. ttii lfi 4'U 4orit1tIn favoof it.,
.! tM 'O"O f_(, : tr".i.. > j V .i ". -I i il I -U .-.-., f 51J .' .,, f opponent'.against; !CAIELL.1;i U.*"freak l5 Qb1" ;i"jfr fChr' 10tl'jsconl.- 4 h' 'd,. br, and the.:annual uantit1, kind'and'-vaJ' ; '' tit ft! ;

1 ,.N'P'' -- v wro' ,Jq., ui"l"Nle" PLTz:4: c rr4$ which:willunsettle' thf'trTiti:of f any con; :Q:. ';.1 n ,, npr ...r.f tpa..1,J." .eie&ue:f.h"I. ,! :"IIUC''" -toia1- 1 LO '1;1'bf; ..' ,.0'i. i': ,t" .thaT

I'T'"J". tij"a r'phu/!eel t11'' purchRd. the5s 'I ',. : *"*"i'' geg-clqrqf 1 gtg J. f. c. ,uti.l. ."._' .'ft' "H. *II.OUo.n ""
.l gg _
an Sol t 1t em W dIj..n, IIt.14..Ul 'lp 1"CI 1i.n" ft 'r' 'CJ' 't1 S'.1.u.. 4 '-,..t ,'I 4 '" ',- 11$5 ,4t The freight (rom Charleston' tjSTDna in'tfttalytieatter Av.J r1a{ : .'m; Lake.1. $; theAen.wa&3taM1K
r .
t. ri, frts $1.:1 xoTt4OspDWiO1LptpQb- mileslfrom lt seisecftbankof ., W : > : er j
; 't"l
.1 ,IUdUU.i f'. t) the river-price $67,000; The Genera ted: : '.fra..b.; and from'Sivanaah h'erf 9 nW 'fo i| iTW' -tl tbecjonegt** '- .t.CAdinsCh0els* looking down,: nrItJ.'I. $

,.:1.i S *rbenndeni"ifncd and ''Jhis! associates eat!. means,it U said to abandon his cotton plantation 6nf 1' T ". -' 'II' Dell below, rf' to s0pbtar ,
) wale the cost of'Wh hips, as heretofore near Rodney, and 'concentrate. hit Carolina, to fill the Yy ma by. cent.;, fro and otherwise{ thV.amount raised fo. forward wa4 \.1' ,the CYUkWWC

"i; named, at; nbc iuadjW Jboosand dollars force on his i new death ot Mr. Z1oc, -Fo these and other rea nj ou belief is ool and received for e from public i tpok his head comt R ttl1 Item bi t

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.&..*.. ; of the""He i lean. next visit. We"rniy 'state : :" ; --4.:: limb and 1 doubt .eerteaagi.u. -;' .
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t.2.AL11aiTvRE. F, JJ'DOJ: IS5 General was so much pleased with;his not ray life,"I.,most cheerfully, recommend it Mhe 'us' 4
,. t t r\ and the attention shown to him,that. JUNE trc' : best article! extent. for. .the. wuifloation of the i D. 'APPLErONw. .
Editor '
i t- .
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Republican "
: : ylood c I .
nified his intention to invite the .
Dear Sir ,The Democratic 'Convention l" Y6ttnmoslr* pectfulry, ,"JAXII iMotxa., I HATE is consxor. ....
: of the ship to a grand! banquet on.their .lIIa' Parts-Prscs -'
the Lower Mineral Springs.As 11,N.,York;, ULCERATED THROAT. .
met ,yesterday '
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far as'I.can learn there werp: but five trip.FEMININE &, Grunby Say ,' 'NoawjCH, N.'\., Oct..;184 I '
counties'from the East five from&e.Middle ent of the Minnesota Pioneer A, writing corre Wilier, Key MCMIS.* gratitude A.B. tt Induce D. SARDS me to Gtntknwn make pablo-Feeing ae-- _, WORK ;AND tfal' s., 1l..q, :' '

end on /{rom the West re priented by Fort Gaines, states that he has Been a DwredgmeRt of the benefit I hart derived frm Designed forthoM. & !aM WIr .
of snakes forty-five number which the use of your Sarsaparilla, I have for several i ioteaded ji'T
Delegate'i in ?erson. The reinader were Peterson,' Conk. been -
killed by a young girl of that place. 1.ioIIi Cd' afflicted with scrofclow sweffings la ay sngProfessio1t TIt4 1io, -:
represented by proxy, except| Monroe at times would gather and discharge > t
; rtmv throat BDTTKO IITFomrrlj OLffZ ,.. r..1.
nose, and1 ears,and at others w uld
which I understand was oot repireaented: at The ladies of Baltimore, who are Haskill,N. York; break Nt in diffewnt parts of ID rue and hd. IVoftnor -.f. ,..r lig

all. Maj JOHN BEARD Was .unanimously the fairest of the fair portion of Hardy, N.T.., These cantitma until my throat,.thee and head ; 'CiJtl B l.U' _r..p' ..,
protest against the right of the census ware almost one complete sore and for along time "ortAl .of AM," .
chosen as the candidate of thelDeuiocratic' to demand their Key: West, I was so hoars that it was with the utmost diffi :fit!and Systss'of :4g0-. 1'

in the approaching coolest. Col. ages. 1 ulty that I oooU speak abonawhiJptr.' During ritkmt,* The dNaCI ji. ,, .i.
be tune Ibid. several attacks of ptovisVand ethr did hy' C.&n,II, *; tit.. .
WmTKca was cbosea f President of the onTvA1tY. FLORIDA. diseases. I consulted different i physicians'and -" '- .41 f Lli .. Tl'1.e

Convention. He gave Old Zak, a good *' Detth has been here and borne away until tried various I remedies but reeefved no benefit rTHHISWORKisolfJL tag e.- '.'. .";."

A brother from our side- commenced stag'year,Sarsaparffla. I lug nearly TWO THOUSAU r| fta.WOODCUTS. apwC_<. '
share of abuse, bat had very little to laYabout Just in the vigor of his day, now well; the sores art now all healed.and I St 1'InU.. 11mDUD ..MJ_DOaua,

Mr. *beII, except that*lie strong He sickened, languished, died!r' ,,. attribute loins.Yours: the result entirely to your valuable med. -' .It will' passes!l waeg.ste ,
; Dowln3. .with respaetsmdgratknde, and of the mod .
WILLIAM lllripUou IapO4taI masb.Iaes.,
SoutiKta position assumed by J. C. was Gzosos STEWART departed P. HOGva. vAnT'norTLE, .... 'PuBa CABOO.I. In the United SUUs. ,ladmo ftf of the t,..

only Uia thwsgb fear-(fear :|f ,,hat he I at Liberty, Florida, on the 9th 01 May :. Being personally attainted with tL person suits of &'-ca.l l. it will cf attU wa* :
twenty-four years. In the full vigor of FOR THE REMovjtj PERM N NT above named, I believe her statement to.U eer-. plet.> practical ti aU,M saMeehsaleeMsehIasry'-.
did not''J.) ? he met the fell Destroyer, and passed B"u. CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING reeL.. JAMS. M. D. CAUL Kagia -work, and Engineering; wtt* an that 1 :
'Si' Iluw.1do FROM.TS'WAUi.01"1'AN STATE OF .. wfalla more than .. tkouaad 'd *nT''''
from tie ChttrUtta Courttr. from the scenes and endearments of life, THE OR HABIT OF THE .Prepared and of folio wtaiDM aa, kookt.K ..; ..

The MlssowH Compraaslve.. silence and darkness of the tomb. Re ldenee. SYSTE. VIZI B. & D. SANDS sold, Druggists wholesale and and Chemist retaU 100 A. The great object of this Ml ti'J.M'-1 '

.fiJVhile At such an event mortals are Inclined to 'a nil; Fulton It of William beprasUcatmenan4g.deojaiaeaa> aaouI .
Apalsehicols Scrofula or /( ; Rhtumatttm, obstinate corner Ne w York. Sold of theoretical and seiontiao fcMwUdCs. In ." 11
we would' be quite ,wiili to adjustthe and question the mercy of Deity. In this UahaaH.. nit4twOlll."t,1'Impu;ptUlf2k.011 the also by Druggists generally, throughout the United denied form, as shall enable ttes.>4a difficulties and avert the i pir'la which a large family has been deprived of an I WkI11l'1 JacbonY face blotches KOldhead>3ct chronic tore tyetrtngworm, Mates Bottles and for Price '1 per-B.tle.Iz test advantage, 'and t* avo V| tinT e! '
85. ,
or fetters, $ .IIt1J !
now beset the country, by the adoption of cient, and devoted help; a widowed Xe"Welt. the ones andjotntt,stubborn ten>'tyvhUitfesymptoms fain of For sale in Jacksonville'by amount which they ot vseful might information otherwise.,tbesbreaght. togeiher -*"' ., S

the-Missouri line, in reference M the new affectionate and dutiful son ; and the t1oheeanna. Sciatica, or //nmotfjjo and diseases June 8. J.FOIMAN. is almost beyond pneetteMia Asek werkav' c

leititories which have become owrs, by conquest of a kind, obliging, and worthy II laobonYme.Quincy. arising from an tnjudkion toe of mercury, St. Angustine P. C. B.'PUUSTOf. Indeed, there is hardly any ..;.:Iks y ..
from and treaty with Mexico, we do aged citizen of the county remarked to the Key Weat. antitet lift mlto or, throna dropsy tottittioAt, exposure or disorders imprudence .in. fonUeello; Lewis It Axxs Tallahassee; G. R. range which Is nt ,treated wUi I sieataeej ,"
favorable the 4r.IN HKXDRICKSON and precision, that even a ass of 14 seeeserdt*' '
not bold that scheme a*;, to k Co., Ba ...
that "the death of Stewart is
a fall of
young nary capacity caaaot adtentaqi&Bf it,sad
South the terms and : of Mr. thid preparation are strongly -
as are principles concen thus from
Cordial and kind to all, : learning itmaehwafekllja Important '
to our county. Clerk
name, '
Clay's Compromise. The princfe! of the 8heri1f--4 trated all the Medicinal properties of SARSAPAtiiLLA Notice. for him to DoW v .
old Missouri Compromise is a '.positive in- loved wherever known.- .Brought- up Gadsden, Tax, 'combined with the ,most effectual S BALED PROPOSALS will be received by From the annexed'fist of the principal'Mike*.

hibition slavery; North of 36,j5Q f and its care of pious parents, his mind was early : aids the most salutary productions the most the Building Committee of"St.John's Sent- and subjects comprised in this wora\.ar..ri- t

permission or exclusion South o t that line, with the principles of the Bible and Post O potent and simples of the vegetable kingdom; mary of Learning" located at Madison Court dent that all citicems engaged tie tactical sad .
during his last illness he gave the most and it has been so fully tested louse, Florida until 12 o'clock M.,on Saturday, useful arts, etc.,may derive esasntIa,4vsatagas.,
form- not
of the on'-being
the only
people territory .
as the 6th day of July next for furnishing material, (rom the possession and study of VabUeatfes
ed into one or more States sba \ desire or tory evidence of his knowledge of the plan I Pensaeo1& patients themselves but also by Physicians, erecting, and finishing complete,of wood a main the following especially desisted i !'Sp1-

prescribe. When the Missouri ( cimpromise vation and his faith in the Savior. J II that it has received their unqualified recommendations building,fifty by thirty feet, two stories high,with Millwrights mealderi&Del t.o ,.

was originally adopted, it was a elear con- His death-bed afforded a very affecting I II and the approbation of the pub- two wings each twenty-five by thirty feet. fleets in bears/copper and tin; cotters and wortX "

cession from the South to the Netty. It applied teresting scene to those who witnessed it. I Milton II lic; and has established on' its own merits a delivery The whole by the work 20th to day be of completed December ready next.for- era of steel in general; carpenters fcriekmaken f ."* .

to the territory, acquired bgibe cession told by his Physician that he was dying, ,. reputation for VAUJK and EFFICACY far superior Bond for the faithful performance of the contract railway workers contractors in ivory, boae and,and contract bora;ami for ugineen.earthwork -' *1

of Louisiana to this country, in'?fce wholeof tip from the stupor which disease. bed i UcheAlln& ; to the various compounds bearing the will be required. and masonry of avery desoripUfcnjarehhorte '
which 4 name of Sarsaparilla. Diseases have been Persons disposed to bid can obtain more specific and builders caasUc* I
slavery was already; JfStablished upon his mind, he exclaimed Thank the bridge builders masoM.and
the lex loci. The exclusion' f I II cured,such as are not furnished in the recordsof information as to the character.f the work to be bricklayers ship Wilder,ms.r$1iir.sele. ship'
under slavery .
$ oh my soul alluding to the 103d II done, and also see a draft of the building, by ?
per- fw 1wd
I time and what it has carpenters, and others connected Jfc haiujisttr
done "
North of the line past; already '
therefore, was-jaA abroga- sonal application to
said he, "Doctor 1 think you are Cerro Gordo doekwg ships; block and noafj stitktrs heap .
tion of slavery, where it already*'eisted l bylaw shall not die until Thursday." II for the thousands who have used it, it is ca- BARTON C. POPE dressers and rope makers maRB *cCDU rs./linen'.'
and a decided concession tbi. ths North II pable of doing for the.millions still suffering THEODORE IU.RTRIDGE : and cotton 6t.rke _.-
The of the
-while the contingent admissJctej tor exclusion members family were and struggling with disease. It purifies, DANIEL S. GRAHAM. machines, roving faetueraS't[
asked to sing for him and pray with him; Orange Hill cleanses and strengthens the fountain Building Committee. finishers, d.nnrin; frames' wiD v .&ad pfekers,'
the of the I .. springsof
of the institution as people those devotions he would join with them. I life and infuses Proposals will also be received and considered etc.,connected with cotton flax, UI-) weol"machinerv -
on entering into the Unial1'asStatesmight Marianna new vigor throughoutthe for the :t
territory, I erecting buildings of brick. ; caienderers ,bleachers tvf calico pri -
decide was practically' Clii} to the light as far as his strength permitted,and II whole animal frame. By order of the Board Trustees! tees;doth folders and measurers, s4 persons i

South the continued existence of llw institu- at the prospect of death. On Sabbath.. be The diseases for which this article is recommended CHARLES RUSSELL terestedin sewing machinery; anar and..bai"cable

tion South of the line. It was already established "What day is this" and when told, he Blount'sT01lfD are those to which it is known Jibe. B. T. St.John's S. ef L. HaiMiacturen; MIl Earning''tool '
& Juno IS
1850. td makers and needle aailaairivHT
pia makcte
by law, the inhabitants bad already to Thursday, and then repeated-" 44 from personal experience to be adapted ; makers;; holt and screw-bolt makers jiaQ satteru'icomets

adopted 'fundamental legislation was necessary Thursday I shall die-four days yet to live Apalach1cola and those apparently removed beyond the CIRCUIT COURT: ;leather dressers and eoxric&j .aaufact*-.

toabrcgate it,and there was, as the Thursday morning early be passed from the sphere of its action have yielded to its influ SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF'FLORIDATo tore eC great gnu and small arms otadle makers''

result has proved, little or no dagger, that of Time to the rewards of Eternity. 44\ ence. The catalogue of complaints might MAT TCRM I860.-IA,Chancery. biscuit weavers and steno cracker cutters makers and;marble iaoe .sdwioar;'n";dyers."':
effect }iadical "Blessed the who die in the be greatly extended to which the Sarsaparillaiiailapted '
future settlers would *o a are dead Nancy Vanderipe, 1va. cloth' washers and.scourers; coopers; eider. and
change, as to abolish it. f < 1 Q.aiRe. experience proves its value, > BILL von Divoac cheese manufacturers; crows, crystal sad plat T
The case now is exactly reversed. The I .c and each succeeding day is adding new trophies John W. Vanderipe. > glass makers; sugar boilers ezuiipfiAfr! *,with pre '' F

better opinion seems to be that in";our new AniTals at tbe Jacksonville to its fame.4NOTHER ADd now at this day comes ffie Complain- prietors railway,.bar f sugar, round plantations,ribbon an4ro4; yaaafacJBms Iron; wheel e-*

acquisitions the lei led (although it is a Tallahassee. CURE OF SCROFULA. ,ny her Solicitor.Ossiau B.H rt,Esq., axle,and spring oaten; engiMij eMvers and]
June 18.-JAS M Andrns, A H Jones and moves for an Order publication herein.
Constitution connected with lie UrmniillS
how far the United States sons
Booted J L
point Wright, St. Augustine; H P King r u The following striking and, as will be And it being shown to satisfaction nott.l1e Court engineers and captains of. .seskasagses.g ,
may modify or control fU in this Capt J B Howell Jacksonville; Col S J II seen, permanent cure of an' inveterate case by affidavit that the said Defendant resides out of of stationary engines; lumber dejklenf aad 'ewara'

particular)-has already abrogated slavery. Apaiaclueola; 0 J Freeland, Philadelphia New Port of Scrofula, commends itself to all similarly the State of Florida,and within the U. States; of saw mills; veneer cutters;own *of planing Iehinery -'
To apply the Missouri line would be concession from 23.-J T Shekells, T Carlow, A a. the next term of this Court. bolting and bran-eeparating ms ikmery;fanaeM."
no net, L P Oclker,Black Creek; E L If.ontieone SovTHToaT, Conn., Jan. 1, 1843. And it it further Ordered, That the said Defendant and persons using graia-iSePijg a a4 tkreeahig
the South to the North, but a positive confirmation W Sanderson 0 Wood Jacksonville: II Messrs. SUDS: Gentlemen-Sympathy fer the appear and answer said Bill on or before the machinery; huh workers,earrei ,Mgrs msSM
of the present exclusion of slavery, Criehton, Black Creek; John H Harris, U dieted induces me to inform you of the remarkable first Juonday in November next, and in default ornament makers la general$ saplojid ia
North of the proposed line, and only contingent son, "Thomas Hartridge Madison,.Ia. i U cure effected by your Sarsaparilla in the case thereof that the said Bill may be taken against the manufacturing gas; laakari of copper and. JJill "
permieeioiiof it South of that fine-the Madison C H of my wife. She was severely afflicted with the him pro COB&SSO: Provided, That this Order be lead tubing linen and straw ps aci*makers ship 3 ,

practical effect of which wbujd be preciselythe OLD ADOBE, San I 4 scrofula en different parts of the body; the glands published in some newspaper In the State of Florida owners harbor masters and .ti itrs Interested ia f 4
II of the neck weae greatly enlarged and her limbs for four months preceding dredging machinery wett sinkjrsj stnaoa
reverse of what it was under the Missouri May 2d, 1850. | I Jasper much swollen. After suffering over a year and JOS. B. LANCASTER philosophers and others, using'iratos

Compromise. Slavery;; being already 1fR. DREW I see by the Re I finding no relief from the remedies used the disease Judge Circuit Court Southern Circuit of Fla. and instruments miner I 4r4i5SS5j,_

abrogated, or supposed to abrogated, under _1y.I_ Charles W. Brush Judge of I. attacked one leg, ad below the knee sup A true copy: others interested ia pumping enfiaes; person .
the lex loci new legislation would be necessary Putnam county,has been pleased to let the purated. Her physician advised it should be lau WITNESS J. M. Braeewell, Clerk of our aid canals and aqusdnoft rand Wart
know that he has revoked a letter of open, which was done but without any permanent Court, Key West, May 21st A. D. O.J. others acing hydrauDc presfeSp: J dyB.wM
to give it vitality, and the new settlers ecuted by him to me, relating to some I Amptor., benefit. In this situation wo heard ot and M. BaACEWXXL cranes,.jack,screws, common land feed -c
being already more numerous from the the Arredondo Grant, in which wo have II were induced to III Sands' & The C. workers metals and alloys ta plate wsebro
SO 1850.
North than the South, and being likely to interest. I hare not seen the instrument first bottle produced a decided and wonderful effect 4m spring mannfaetoMn. ; wheelo'iighta.- .- steal aw*
that proportion, it would be in the left home in August nor have I acted NeWIWIITiIle Of ,relieving more than any prescription she bad ---- ken norologisU, etc.,oto.,Jsifl. ,, I '
preserve and I certainly did not come to California : ever taken and before she had used six bottles. Brought to Jail The publishers have expesksM krfe tarn ..
highest degree improbable l that slavery the pine lands and swamps Gf the to the astonishment and delight of her friends, she ANEGROMANwhosayghlgnamels money to geterizinaldrwin.ebiaieylepracticaL :
would ever be engrafted on their Constitutions Grant. I had hoped that at this distance I i Jacksonville., found her health quite rest red. It II now over a Rain, and fhat he belongs to William use In this country dT. me M4
when they shall apply for admission, neither hear of that Grant or certain of its.J"4 year slice the euro was oftsct.d and her health ?&. Brannen, of Shell Point, Florida. He is almost every work om&M puk-
as States. guished proprietors. But as Mr. remains good showing the disease was thoroughly l ged about 20 yean and Is ab.ulnf.e16 lished in England Fraaee.laG .ao ft
. thought proper to remind me of that Mandarin eradicated from the system. Oar neighbors are inches high; he had en an old white wool hat; his essential parts of Which WI
Under Mr. Clay's Compromise, however, interest,ne will be so good as not to sell St. Mar.G all knowing to these facts, and think Tory highly wearing apparel was so torn that It cannot be described Dictionary render it as pes&ctt sad ."...
while slavery will be excluded from all California tion of it, in which we are jointly Woodat M of Sands' Sarsaparilla ; he has the sear of a bum on his breast sire as passible Thsehwaerq bYe.TOnI

by her own act, territorial governments without my consent and fearing that my I St Yours with respect, JFLICS Pixz. The owner will come forward prove property tease great ooonomyisi type,|ft that each p g*
suffer in his hands the will AaptUne and he will be dealt of the work contains Ieastfo tiMth. 4'
will be formed for t Mexico and might public pay charges, or with as the NJ their guard, and protect it from sacrifice. Extract from a letter from Mr. Ingraham, law of words found in ordinary pagef.f the saoM task
Utah with non-action by (pngress on the June 27.-tf GREGORY j II a gentleman well known in Delaware coun- requirel.M.. H. FREEZE, This has also secured to .a k;plate wotkiaf

subject of slavery, and with; ja positive inhibition Falatka. .. It commends itself to aU similarly. Jailor of Columbia County Flo. drawings of ample she and etaufc H,s.that a SMchanio

of territorial legislation, either to IN CIRCUIT COURT: 4 flitted: May 30, I860. tt .may. construct aocuratetl" MjiauohiM4escribed. >

establish or prohibit slavery; Iput leaving it EASTERN CIRCUIT OF Enterprise RoxBvav,N. Y., March 26, 1847. The publishers are,: ia sberi l51-;"slas.Lgardless ..

to the federal judiciary, und. the lex loci, CouNTY or DUVAL: Is Mellonvifle 4' Gentlemen:-My wife has used several bottlesof Goods at Reduced Prices, of cost, to lUke the wi M eompleto SB

modified by the United Stags Constitution, your Sarsapanlla, which 1 obtained of your AT THE possible; and it is hoped ever -COBS: ) dcetroMl.
to decide whether and Julia E. Ladd. > .. "JACKSONVILLE CHEAP STORE." obtain too work will ftf iffwsd Sa.-
not has
slavery exists or ; vs. V Bill for Divorce.Nathan 0ea1& agents in this place, from which she received procure .
also leaving territorial legttfation perfectly B. Ladd. ) II such special benefit, that I am induced to add ben, and thus encourage the H. rpdse. .
H mine to the abundant testimony now before thepublic Sabcerlber has just received In store The work win be issued .
competent (although denie r.the power to appearing to the satisfaction of the The ben commencing in I wul p
r in favor of its medicinal virtues. Her fa- following articles, which ho offers at fn
prohibit or to cttaMitk) to protect all property by affidavit filed, that the Defendant Dpa UIer. mother, and many other relatives have fallen prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers: cress with great regularity.iD.a '"-- .
(including slaves) already lawfully in exis above entitled cause resides out of the Waeaasua victims to consumption and it was supposed Printed Mntlins,from 18 3-4 to 4S M The whole work will bo fa ..
tence-i.e. if slavery be lawful under the Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this that she too was inclined the same way. She bad Polka Do., at 43 s. ben at 25 coats per wttk-
therefore on motion of said T A Fort Fanning several turns of raising blood, Jte., and at length in the current year,1860. A Ubeflai.disonat vii .
combined .
operation otlex ltd and the United White Plain, and Fig'd d* fm 15 to 50 : .
Griswold tt Bryant, Esqs., her Solicitors, became l so reduced that her life was despaired of from be. made to agents. 'p11, .tf z
States Ginghams, 18$4 to 17 M
Constitution, territorial legislation That Defendant the nhei' -i4-
It it Ordered; said Any one remitting $10
from day today. We were induced to try your '
Tampa Calicos of the latest from 10 20
style, to
.cannot abrogate but is fred to protect it answer the Bill of Complaint of said 4' Sarsaparilla, as before mentioned, from the use or Linen Chamberys,from 20 to 25 vance, shall receive!the worhzeshthe'. p.4..
It strikes us that there is originality within three months or the same will be II which her health baa been restored; so that for Figured Laces from 18 3-4 to 75 office free of ezpeo_. : "

novelty in this view of :tae subject and confessed further against him. Augusta the past year she has been able to attend to her L.C. Handkerchiefs from 12 1-2 to 100 March 14. r t. r,:
It it Ordered That a of ..
thai it is well of attentive considera copy domestio duties. Linen Drills from 311-4 to 100
t tion. worthy CAR deV duly certified by the Clerk of this a Rupectla11.Oun JOHN B. boaABAx. Vestings from O 0 100 Jacksonville Ch "pJlt.l' .. -:
published some newspaper printed Key Wed BRONCHITIS CURED. Silk and Lisle thread Gloves, fm 121-2 to 62 1-2 !
Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week 4' LEDW/TIrS Bi tij.DLW. .
., Trial of G... Lopes *t fcw Orl.... tively for three months. U The following shows the virtue of the A fine assortment of Edgings and Insertions at Bay Street ,

The examination of Ge*. Lopez before I THO. DOUGLAS, I II Sarsaparilla removing Bronchitis, a disease every Goods price line,,lately with many received.other A articles call is the n; rfllHE SUBSCRIBER wen' 1 petfeU7. r'

'Mr.. .Baldwin, U. S. Com sicDer, isproigressing I, LEWIS FLTMMO. Clerk of said which, if not speedily arrested, leads to May 23.-If WM. P. DEWEES. JL form &H 61&1..fIac iyiU..sat:.
that ho opSjr *the shave =
last was hereby certify the above to be a true action rounding country, *
slowly. MondajJ chiefly It allays spasmodic '
Order made and entered of record in said and Collector. consumption. tablishmentwithaview 0 ash ialatrfasoMMt
:occupied in debating and jekablUhing rules cause in said Court. on the 28th day of changes the secretions,. and by its tonic and Administrators Notice.. rates,< believing that sJ>iml >.\jwaaykVetiw '
.'1or the.,admission of evi4ace; According D. l85O. OF alterative properties, removes the unhealthy MONTHS after date shall than a slow shilling." He be 't eivtd. ea4le '
,we present our ,
'Mo the present appearaaceal says the Pica- In Testimony Whereof I action, arid the patient restored to health: SIX and vouchers to the Honorable the constantly receiving, the xoT2. ASSioA>u end
of t. alap&. Dip
t .. hand and affix the seal Press. LATEST srruc FsuioyG I ,
l\k [L. ) my ,
'ynne no testimony will received from Court. NAXTVCXKT, Mass.,Nov. 11, 1830.MESSKS. Judge of Probate for Dnval County, for a final ode,'to Wit-. ;'5;

.any parties who were so cnhnected with the LEWIS FLEMING, Membe of SASDS Gentlemen t I wish to make settlement of the Estate and of discharge James D.from Pelote the Administration, deceased late English and American Pria Washam. ,
expedition! as to make then possibly liableto .Representatives, of those afflicted with Bronchitis .' "
By I. V. GARNIE; public, for the good of said County. Chambrays White and Col< 4-Mn.lla
any penalties of the' under which June 20.1850. 8m a Committee to the healing propertierofyour Sarsaparilla. JOHN C. PELOTE, Embroidered Muslins Line) 'L&t. _.
G4 n.Lopez was arrested. without the ad- of a Southern Press My wife suffered for twenty months in such a CHARLES PELOTE,'
to the exposi described at times she Silk! Tissue and Bareze;L.C f4kesh ,
is not easily '
mission of such it 'will be IN CIRCUIT COURT manner as ; Administrator. .
testimony ; extremely '
Rignts and Institu Handkereki .. .
and Cotton h
was not able to speak above a whisper, and when January 185 Cm Silk ? t
t. : difficult for the Government to make ALACHUAAND LEVY ; correct information exposed to the cold air it occasioned something Cotton Gloves:'Lisle; Spun talSilk D.k

: ;';out its case for it is extremely unlikely that IN ClLu cnY. course Political like spasms in the throat, the effect of which was 'JACKSONVILLE White nd Colored Hose* ::1;IJ'i;" t U
reference the old
the arrangements for "fitting our such an to felt in the ears and eyes causing tears to flow.-
enterprise were made kijown to but O. M. Dorman, )) 'Arrange The complaint was attended with a dry cough, Male, 'and :Female' School.f.TP ., .1 Half-Hft
any rs. ( Creditors mptll to ensure the produced by the constant irritation and infiama- Brown Shirtings and Sbeeti4g'; -- ., : i '
.parties: disposed to aid in.or attach' themselves James A. Peden, Adm'r.f Marshal title of lion of the throat. By the use of' your Sarsaparilla > Bnbeetiber informs the eitisens of JaekJL Bleached .Vi It. -

to it. 11. G. Livingston,dee. J) Assetts, : 'PRESS,"' she was perfectly cured. it being now more sonville and surrounding country that he has Irish Linens; Silk.Cravats; ;iC qlro&. 943t .

The statute is a highly /penal one and IN pursuance of a decreetal order of Editors have than three months since she felt any symptoms. of opened his SCHOOL in the Court ROOM, (second Table Damasks Scotch Dzaj 4i r -: ;,.
must therefore be rigidly The to me directed, all persons baring the disease.. : story of the Court-Home.) lie returns his ,
(construed. (
receive the .aid of Cambric MoalinanBard ) vre'*
a S..i8Sand j ;
for extended to him .
accused has eminent and against the above estate are hereby contributors. Yours, with respect, thanks the liberal patronage & SC- #'
ingenious counsel, come before me at the town of N and hopes, by his exertions and perseverance to .,Do-'Striped Do4IfWhite ; '. Ti.JJJ- -
by whom nothing will be Omitted to and a WXXXLT Extract from a letter received from Mr. His C'J .iSr.iK
keep Alachna county, at my office therein on merit:a continuance;of the same.. : termsare and Colored Berlin ; .. 1i
the prosecution within the {strictest limits of oDd (2) day of September 1890 and e substantially intended to reach the W. Harris, .a gentleman well known in Trimmings, of every.deseriofeCologne A'J&il II*-60 f.r

,the letter of the statute ana: :of. the law of demands against the same ; and all whose mail. facilities Louisacounty'Va. : ..- For Reading narter$4, Writing and AriUimetie 00, ; French Extractl.i i. r > la :(.
: f
shall not then forward and .
'evidence.. come prove "Gel tlemen-1 have cured a negro boy of mine per Pearl Gilt and Bone Button ct' $, ; c*
minds against said estate, shall be withICfOrwa The above,with Grammar,Geography, or ,
:11f" the benefit of this decree. And such! hereafter the shod with your Sarsaparilla;' who was attacked, History per quarter, ,. 8 00 CoatsAndLee'aSpoolCott9u' f' '
,- Binj. .E. Green who: was recently parties to this suit who shall come in .by p. and of a scrofulous-flunUy.<- Or with two oT. the latter branches per Mosquito Netting .- .
N.W.HAaan. 'f
-"" ? "
lent to r H y&i to make certain reclamations Yours truly, 5MHe
and their before 8t .
demands shall quarter tu
; prove "Frederieks HuIVa.. July,17,1848, F ngeimpsandEdging. | *. ;.-2,
from : ? J' I
thatGovernment hai retoraed. Thiri admitted as such creditors,;contribute pUtba' will teach the higher branches of.Mathematics ;
:i '''Y'US J ago, Mr. Monroe sent an agent to portionate expenses thereof\to be settled :I t the man and SANDS' 'SAasipiRiuJu .seems ..1m st ; also, Latin and Greek if aeoessary.Hours With every iariety"of Gie tt eswJly te kept l& ti
sDry GoodsStore., ,rMU.yUas: In"
Master. \
( Portauprineeto SAM. L. Foip article so ._ of Tuition-From 9 to 11, and .rrcra
., demand the payment of .Jun.6:2n: : in Intelli unnecessary to dIreotsttcnUon.t4 an .' < -. c, chase, will do well to fl in4'tiiflefer4-
o'clock; : .
claims and Special 'and deservedly popular as this 21.2 to5 -' ", .
'J the Government "Would not ; Original Lit. wen known, so --" selvts :_ : : il ,! :
re- Eal
; but often who' wish to use .\VIWAt.T.:PERPALL.Jadsanvittet '
h& in preparation; patients WILLIAM PiDZWflt
t'.him,nor any intercourse with him. T. V A..OB'S's thO to _
; areinduced try
the extract of Sarsaparilla May 1850. '
collected aggregate _. .
B *;; r."Green.wu- .r ceved and,' in a Island Roller.Cotton and valuable worthless compounds bearing the name,.,but containing : :April 18, .1850. J !.pf Jf. i 2

.ctwoobj cta,was very uccewfuL lIe procured t. betaken to give little or none of the virtues of this valuable Business: 'C partaenkl .. : I .
'< fu '
O In Circuit C 1ait. -:"
r'"the recognition of our'Co and the re1 -, r\h $ )1Ctberbegsl.syito Proceedings and' root; and we think we caDnot confer greater -' .
'\;b4iiioaoIs diacriminathigilury of 10 JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and as weU as the benefit on our readers than ;in directing their' attention L GOoDs" CLOThlNGtROCERIES; ,-ASTERN CIRCUIT <*f'fLMUBA.
Sands DRY ,
pei Messrs. \
to the adrertisement of the : .CoCNTT or Du'AfitAZUUV3iI1't
Ito titat he the Southern ,
caD them oa
supply with' his -
korwrtations-from ,
1 /eent.: against t the United in another column. The bottle has recently been t&e.iJio.-. : ; ., 11&h : .w..
I.btLtu. : single8aLTiLL1tD :; ., who a .., ... '' I .. -t..t.'C ,' .. ..,
: t wish < -
: to hold'a'quart:and !ose ; -- "
win enlarged .
COTTON have ): -aft.
cn concentrated in this nrtHE UNDERSIGNED this day opened .v > .JV .
l' .The: ; SV doubt Is furnish a really good article will .find Alexander CaBahanIT (' ? .
< that :
Liverpool Courier< say the I longer entertains* hey medicinal "aba,of the root; 'The experience JL- a Clove on the North East corner 01 BAT "

all the ,
Gins to the: dIke tss4
in 'mtuftSoa
and the appearing
use. Subscriber flatten N lts la eu and OCSAX Streets- and,will conduct business
& efficacy
: m sie ai fAJ yn rlKiti bj r sheet of.thousands has proved:
from the general satisfaction he has oa a e.1 for.which It Is reoom- therein under the name and style of by,affidavit filed &h&t ete tb'
the various diseases
ViXgreat concourse of to ihetinu I last seven years he will receive their uhiD & ring time than any above entitled cause resides oai"ot UM:8tot*.eC
Prices low, and the Gins made. .of the .especially;.for the mended; and at the present iweful more In ;ICIEL&'STEPHENS.'rley Florida,'and beyond the urisdfdWoa( Ah CMrt.thenrot1
f 1tf".,c4 ber> iinl't ,Theiairis: p adds--J terials workmanship.: otherr.perhapa..he .for JU this ehMft"medicine.. nn" .-preparing Bamt nave opened; :already handsome assortment :on,motion of said Coapiamaat,1 byavpeayaal
system -
: I'[ *: *JTbe'attention of tke.partiwani .JMard thjr ,* r .' 0W AND-BaCtHES every tme friend t .;.. ,' j\1 ,of DRY.QQODS.AND.:CLOTUINOt FM"t.Jalit
for sale cheap, sad ai'' subscribers J{ ,t..'JJ&A 't""Tn: i to which will be shortly a ded alaqte ted. selected is &ii.icI .
r :,iTtfiBel.ta beeo-rjairked| : by: thiuuplitenrEzditladucothei <1 Gins repaired amount snf
rste c .J. : 11b "_FEVER. ,, ,. stock of GROCERIES, answer Complaint CI! widOwnpWaant
, tt. .at W "> l. '1-< -' within three months be taken
Agents. : & ., c. and all articles in general demand ,ex the saMairill M
I bM: !" acknowlediemejit as well ai I ." ; }The following eeriwcatesv received Ijr our, .; ,Theyi intend ,toseir on reasonable tormsfor oonfessrd him .l'It i.I". .

' W'nime: the attention of( Ciptaia "West and I Mtnnroao.on4''AcoITlCintreriDai UAMUS,. .j.; : ; n>r laO1S m, Agents f'show j'.itsvaluein,1,. ? cases.of Fever CASH or counrav,:raoDUCx;and resptotfully. solicit ). isfwr&r OrdtndT&(a&&VlfcPr. ir, '
u. "v-- a share of the;pubUa'patronago. :.Garments duly certified bj.the i ClstkoC 2sb- ,.
-.noLie.r :
L ennt1 iid Savannah Ga. **- .' ., ,. I .
: ScbufeltJ.ory ; -" .h.- hentofore.. .
.r .
to oraer. llshedlaaomei .
p B.F. 810'1'8,h 1eltoD S.C.r *.-, Wf .. .CmCWJ' 184 .' ".. .Jlw'utaotarid_ .., ._. u'1If9&ptC. .
ULi Sep ,
&, 4.TheirtttelVa,| wi I session .f Coiagvsu, I. .. : : 'XlEL :fSTEPJl em Circuit of Floris] ease. .. ".. .
Mfflated elsewhere bit teen visited bj R.LRkCo.1PaiEp.8.B.TflO75ON&Co.kCr.e.,-. : the,teOIU, ,Messrs' 8tn nrw"RlHn>- :\in,May; : : ; c fortbree 1QOQtU.V. ) -: .. .'
: i J1 P1l 5Q. : : : .
; -- '. s:7 "
184ft .J obtained at your store a bottle of tiarsaparilland .> '
( :
Moa1 1 J
tOD Uouns tt
tf -"i, "V' tMT*"* -I T. O. Co.JacksonvUls, fi, t -, loa -was-then confined to my.W without "' -.I tJam"
; 1 KrVftium Warrefi i PATTtaaoB.t Kinat Bornt Fort,Us*.;, :i "P'l41DTarIa-; .&"awwav easione4 by:a-violent pain, I tad.rrn4t.kiIIrkttbi pattlie for ,1.J4ri1 eertif.1 tile_ft' .,w'_l aa ;

D ty, visited the vessel, and I Co. Beaafort. -5'C.I -r! _rapiatJh\lI&ID.,. fron a regale fever lOre of long standing,on my the very1 liberal i tronagelMreWorebeiw : : .
: Jwo.fl. Frwta tf lfcroliU its eontiauaace.Thosff
right t.,;*My physwtoas advised auto have the pen meand jespe ; '
her :: "
alme -
f inspejctd yesterday,I G&o&G&.L.1J&O", i. ; eaue I8J .
; i who'ere
> asmessballbseitl U amimtaUd"saying It was:th*only mean .. .
lP theIf. entir. .jsaUtfaet sl. ft, may b<, Wr. DzLJ.H.!;. '? lor nt,. ,': likely te-pervemyIIf.. MIst using II of lbs *.-,\U MORRIS klEL. f; ''J, "._ .., _
aIB1Wng w aay- that, the;ttfltlemen named I -A. W>T'JtAJft-Ocala,K F.. "p.t f4. f.t t bottle the pain began to subside,'and V*&*time* ( .Mayad, l8aQ., fag :, '.tf 'J' ; "./'\ .u ftS :.
loud their way to' ;bb1Mer.bop 011 I J. W.FXMSOK Orsace Springs,: : : oW"foat I bad wed marly three bottles,-I *Co. KlBg'i Ferry : '., had tlft .J Imf ... '
A lmtBA : transact business tu4beorsJ PITU0-,3 < .
-1IoanI..ah'Pr.n J2.d.1btir ; '-'" my regular cctrJou: .. 'LEWIf ei.
I .
DIMe un: 'c /:.-' -"-Tr -"'. iHarVfG4'MayK : -Io""t:, '' tnlshed the fourth bottle,s I:was>a ,w Uaad aa iI": .i 7 i" ,. "', ., 'otj" 't""f$1. t"i":. '. '..
b1. Mrwell.expreaMg 41' :. .J, 'JD ; B..1..1 .X _
A.A.etemtna.p !,f, .. o rHOIf 8.' plnCr. : sound M ever I had been.' I'have no btsttaUoninsaytefiWl 'r.< Vlt..JUJ1.m: .1 w.
: n ".J1PJ o.M- ..tJ1e.p-,. -p.. f t l'!!<( I '; > 1 ,1 ; .ff.. t Swd 8ar &parilU was.the means, \; v ./ t'lIIIN..o.JFIc..E"b"--'t "r 7 loi..A l8l f'.: :*j. t ,
VHi :: Y:1 '
i 1 J'I --jj : ; 1.' .. I : : 1't .Jt 7, .., 41't--:. : 1, 4W. )JJtt, Io.M.'' .\ .i 1uea*t1 lt &I "-" ,-

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; VI jjj. J_4f" V fl-t f- jf-.t .f *yA ftt I'f .
S ThEDIWN cost of ntihotaanddollars. .The leads of Wet* Mad1sWncUrxIuiFLOJat Mutualtle -.- ..11WASHINGIOY-

f J 44 Fletcher size* for
I and eta framing.
MRu5IDzY flVDA. 4 7 are good _c -t oirioe: i&lie
,The aboYt.p&tts! 'purchased ,at the.
stores at leu than.three,dollars eacbr "-' ">f I -'t't Ji =. hIs ams to pslrs a

.4' VQ Lb j'tht'Bt. j. .) w.Ii.-uvro I ;_i. \ r-York Lift In* X4uje Company, e'i-Ajl .'izrAtrGtt ciuA .- '- .'I'! nds upttWa,..neutg

t )( .& 3 --' fI k a iad ,UEI

., y An.entirely distjactflCer from that above, leaving -. ,wH1- INSTIT Q tiuIei: the e oIMr. Cf .
aubscritar to.take their, choke'pf ilils.wide'' }fAxT3os1ts8Iauab: $ was Continues to give his prompt attention the armJ -
*pOnhaiePa.w: ,, 3L opOned fortb recep1ouPupI in ho second SPENCER ,S. BENEDICT, Viet President.l4m4unt i daeutIoii- ofresi

e Sub.epta1t Iia:i jbefore the eipjratiorif range4 those waJnow-.propoVer.'f, .' ? "//T "1 SSV'W >|. 1s| n &flT-f '
tbe ytaj, ir*ch&reuIi 34H Every member of a.,elubVr.any nbscriberinany'other Froma'knowleda; ,ofMrand'Mrs.1'Hart3' ;. :p.? ttihe following ,way,shall pacb be entitled,to the four superior jqnalificatwmvas-M from the most Ja1. of.Pr1iiunzs.ibev'p '! ? Florida, BOM tmTu J GEJfOiXTC ORIQlJfJlt Olt f .J4O {,,"
; ;
following ,beautiful scriptural plates:',"Christ's ample and satisfactory teitimoBhJ*ef.their former VMexic'an Wirr'Invalid) ; JlevoHtidna, Half- Towaswrs Bemn itav kavtaf ,U-tte OU

? tates\ (of twelve linesifo.r) Rebuke"*'}Christ. \Verlug. Over Jerusalem,", success, th.e; Trustees'of 4hi* Ste ilnarT embrace 'f\vin the Mobile Daily Adoj rtittr March'171'41 pay| .or Vfwf n' 'FW Ariy1 flkaau4k1zmflye4aIo( arm, 'aaif kk Jaenu _
the consld
the it to
t; the f tifor every iubsedTeKii'R fTh.irwo| Mary* atitbe cpulchre," the.Defli bpportnrutyef recommending -tke'eeeiof .L- J ._,eri
"""" eratton oL4reI3ts *514 urdamwb6thay bsirotzsotgzving w 'i oiM! CE-pwca n$raon .of > BonntyJ/aad gcrlp, .n MTt ant
j ;. qient a liberal verancq of!5t,| eter.,4 Hl. .A V. -V"-- th1rdaugbteOr *ardonh tho jbenefitaof.Lifft Insurance tM< recently been ;ri ;- '..9>s\J\\ i 5i.: h.'j J
*J" I*** i *i* *4 f 1 1 1 jl l> ij*/ Frejninms ar only eont vncn/subscriptioni are 1841.qrAug 9, 'ay sad
4 dUcaunt will Wlraiiik_ ;AUltrMii lent AdrertiseM "" and reued edticaion. furnished'itf-thi city,jn the seorout'lannte&fellowcitIi ,: ? .
remitted directlto publisher. J 1". 'Immediate?? EdwaSd ent< (except bvptnBS baving k;running account The La4yBook JSiiO.will.contain" :L This Institution is located Jxtltnt: ; the i, for., ;.eercra the. Madfoon Court *efleetodan .Horses lost'and other Property Expenses I -
,. '' *' cinity of Tillage House/on- in goede0ThlUt.7OIrsh destroyed ; a
hundred engravin'gsl, V .V -
with tb Wpftldtor good .
jof&* ) mwt to pttbli- -
Ji*" V.JSa Vati Postmasters, and others sending Clubs-will of.the mob delightful and-healthy; towns'in the insurance on bif,>Kfe.-af ft ,wy, ia<*thiew' incurred Yteersbera1einu., ; t ) .,- .
> the 1.I
,,w ( Southern country, having a population biglj York Life Insurance Company, jffonnctly
oblige by havingthem all addressed received Into '
us.eq.much tered and
: service
Mondortis /
moral and intellectual culture to intbe.UnitedStates Naatihts 'of"which1 Mr.JamesM. :
?irs at & equal any ,) r
to It is ioconvtiuence them and '
one narae. no '" :;,, iaZ- -" \\, agent in this city. 'Mr..Tert died very suddenly, ter*} and Teatist '-'claims; Marint V sailors'* ,
1aneJthjrUiti} j'the following rates tj> i i'llLncTp' villbea reat savor.tous( ; ., \JV's f 1 tin this Institution' thegto, ,cors bfinttraoLion < and the other day-tne'ambtfnfrtfor ttrhich his life &ca &o 'i'- t r
I ) ubiisbed six wontb's Premiums'to'the tmrnsintending i Vie Itargtsr will birtborouglrY ndHhe'lrapilff ioI be 'was! insured, five thousand dpjlar -was promptly all the poper'pr4sentation '

f.r : : "' f $10.00' 'number of subscribers.Tbo"fbwn'"sen permitted to .pass ovrnyrtudywithont an intimate paid over to hi*family by/Mr> 1und..d laving Jortn neceryf

acquaintance with'ft:4 This wiff k* efcjfcci- This circnmstancjD require*no comment fro"m us of.clainis togedierwitb.ibe; rule* _

H fl Ju* ths-i- .1500 : : ? mail sut8cribers for,1850 will bo entitled to the s -
10.00Applicaiiam ofMatb'ematiesi ia'tbe.diuerent.branebcTofwhich in voice that cannot bo
k ject family a "misnride'rstoodjand
Lady's Book fo*. ISM g.&fis;and the next in number be.dIsobeyect.Th&advautage'o' menu,ip is prepared to undertake all'ciaims, efwbajkind
farjett < of toJoislratlori, BOO pupils will th6roughly, should not *'
Fmelenwnt df ca'cVsnbscriber'sball'Tcceive any one of the quired to'give' th< reason*;for bach/stcpjn t cry the,,systcnuitseenefloent j and happy reaulta yni\\ | ; oever_ that.InayTre uire Jfiie;serfjces (
; candidates for 5
pfiioc, aboveplates.j(6 ; "
j. < '"
calculation.1K""' 1O U JH jiT"lTkc suggest themselves to the mind of every reader} of an,Agency$ this place.1 ,
.. K 'i'nno\B, Vraent. .will be'.made-nnles* the same 'Address u ,, i.,. -( L.Ai uOBEY, classes in J/uslclTJrAwing;Painting, W ax and we trust induce him tb "go and do likewise." t \ .
-iiS v z >s> 0 S. acetBpqnie4 wta a amount cnargtd.Mtori .- > .f. ., ; Work,and Embroidery,,' ill bo under,the iaapoj Certain j it>is, that no prudenffman, who has.a"family.dependent mont of accounts "'" '' .

$ l iiMi M *r private benefit will 'Vet -- w -diate,care of uVfrs..Ilartsoh'j-and there no insti upon him for support,,will neglect Quartermasters' hu
: tution,North or.South;'where these branchea'atfe for a day the insuranco of his lifel' j e"' ; Charges moderate, and re'gnUifcdby lh'amount

aa ttcj double tberaye cf advertising.le SPLENDIDJINGRAVING: -. taught mow thoroughly.or scientifically: T -It1-_ ._. ,,ol claimed, and tie extent of services required3. r'' 5 '-ps
3 K ii UbtuartX1dt.rr1aga notices, Will The Btrictcstattentlon win be paid to themwal : t,
| > Annual Rates of Insurance of.One [Hundred insure _._
Allcommunications, to ..insertion'inustbe '
; :: --i ladies f _
1. \t piVlhtod tratii ; !.VCt&Siidettticiis''nrifat and generaldeportment young -Dolcsona ; j4lb
Single Lifet.tntl. 'J '- ; : wat r.
while the tiraej thing of a'aectiii'laninfluence postpaid.. : e- 4tf 'wc0tD
SUBSCRIBKH3 ARE SOW PUBLISHING AN ,at, same every ..'j -> '
lspot paid j ?
will be as cartfully avoided. *-
:* --* a_y_ _.r t ELKdAUT KKGKAVIXG ; -"4k L' ',. a !s DLtPBFDYNSEND:
|s-WTB! -B !t The schobvstio year of ton montbsts'dlvidc into e' i "!1 |' ''la -
> : Q James >y. Bryant : TIgO&ICIALDI8C0VE&XCVT1Z
'ALCOMP'TION: ECL.IPSKD. Of the Death of the'lte>; John Wesley.KXGCAVCD two sessions of five months each; The first session E) B E5'-E 3 > S -

liMEBICA IN THE IIIGHEST STTLZ OT ART, commenced on the second Monday in January' b- -t s.-! 55 ATTORNEY AND CocKSEiiOR-AT 'Genuine d1Sarapxjij; :)
THE tTAKDAKO rEIUO1IC.&L. and to end before the second Monday in June.. 4'LI4' oIdrowI..1aII "about 70 years .rq,, Sal !i
4 .fr- } I- .. BY JOHN SARTAiN ESQ ; { fe"3)n ) Will attend to Professional business in the Courts
-lI.-.4 tii1; Tho second .to,commence on the second Monday .E: &. has big been kaowi!>J fb&Jl VTHOK aa4'DIiCOP
ii.; 185O AFTER THE CELEBRATED .PAINTING in July, and end before'' the second Monday in < s 3c5 3.0 of the Eatttrn Circuit of FJorida, and in the Fed Ri! R nt the KXVlffR,:'ORIOUfJtli "iVPX )

i krabam'Aagazine. ., OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. December. Pupils can ''enter'at any time,'and u ; a 0 ''' eral Court lor the.Northern, District of FJorida, Zi.N D URs-4PA4UJ4." Belag pear,be wu-
., -.t? bo until the endof.the term. *.* peUed to Unit *awaictaN, b'which *risu 12
will charged
Among the good men who have only ; 1t' ; 'AL8oAzwr-- erid iha,ehse eUses1bSt d
; many spent ) been kept oat oftboM mUI
; ; r f-I nun Ver of"GrabamV, for Jan- their lives in the service of their Divine "Master, Pupils derive grea advantage, however,by'enter ;.,-: 72 t6; 153 41--1'7 tS 3 31 for eiiet1 Business'in'the'' only who b&il Iw v.4 1z.wrthjaa4 *a.wa1ve. *-
.. bas takM jbe( whole country by snr- the beginning of the term. State, respecting
-Li'- few ever exerted a greater influence for good than ing at t 88. 1 bG 42 1 8& 89 3 40l ? -It had reackad the sari of aanyirthIils,
; ;. nriI9Iigh aVtbis Magmtbie'bas always stood infiteiary did JOHX"WrtsiArr. With high intellect Young ladies pursuing the full conrsewifl reeoiro 15 fl 92'-8-51 grant*and denaI ns' of lands;and the location ai those penon wli1nvd bee-4 healed! of tot*I.SP
02 1
powers 16 81 PG 1 43
eiccllenee and circulation diplomas or certificates cf gradnotion.i1 < l and wed from de pUproeUlnMd laPOWER.
|:; jiictoral he united of thereof. '
1 a gentleness disposition which ena 17 86 91 65' 4l 1 901 9-i 3 63 or selling > -
for 1830gr ll wonderfal $tt-I
j5drepntati6n'w3ia! won already bled him, at the same time that bo touched the COURSE bp STPDT. : 18 89 --02 6 4.5 l 91 I 96 3 73 ALSO AGENT -- '
)loud .
tho ,
; 'enec and;:more a *ndant tender chords of the human -
heart, to convince the 73 46 1 92 1 98 8 87 -
? praisoTirhlcb. 'comerf Jrom tvcry quarter of the of the truth The course of study is divided In five classes. ,19 909i or'tbe collection- of Claims'upon- tbe'United Kaowlnr, r i '"r.' that h* t d. by fcUideacc ,k1171.
understanding and of the 01
: importance 20 91 95 77 471 93' 1 99 4 and experieytf. esised aa article which waeI .
v holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. Die StiuJict ofthe.,Juvenile are 82 43 94 2 02 4 17 States for Military other service
number isalready' ATental Arithmetic. 21 02 7 : or pensions, be of Incalculable aiflatage, to maaUaU wheaite
3l yuf.JWf'0 1 pf'*n -January And when'we take into Spelling, Reading, Writing; and Irlrtmee
consideration that hid
22 94 99183 49192O4449 suppliesfufniahed'.rolunteers/and1; for faoVses'or ,wIns wiffild be nfraiibed to bring,It Uto tutvem!
> exhausted, iinple as our raprly was manifold labours of usefulness extended to a period '' 23 97 103 193' 5G'1962O9 460 notice, when Its Inl imOle wosW be kaewi 2

thIgL1*.)JiBT* bceiand A, SECOSD EnrnoMvflqvattttfflhci of moro than half a century-that during the Finf&aw R ceding, Spelling,Modem Georgraphy 21 09 1O7 198 M17 220 475 other property lost; for which: the United''States 'and appreciated. ms ha ecese,th .- are

it ihv'in'frrss. The vast in- whole period an unerring course of rcctitndfrwas Grammar-Writing,and Arithmetie. 25,1OOj-1224t 522O2237 490 liable. "" ssppuedtb1s .
s' m&se.of teretbfni''$i'' nnpttrsllelled list of eubcflbcrg"en manifested in his walk and conversation cease Second C/a s-Arithmetic concluded, Elementary 26 'I'07'I'lT 211'' 53 210 ;259 624 G$4JD 4XD t7fQtTAL1.ZD ?RZSl477O.Ii .
,WeB the!|] mblisbers to promise their to wonder at the of estimation Botany, Modern Geography, with the use of Address JacksonvilleTJast'Florida.v mana&ctnred 0$.ih4 largest scale,ud to called fciIv
very high degree 27 1 12 1 23 2 17 5-12-I8 ::2 89 5 49
bnadtkofihs load
of the the Iea and ,s.p.c14I
wnnrabers of beauty and excellence Exercises, History throughout
EnccCEEion Globes
the Parsing
readerf ft rrith which his memory is cherished, not only by 23 120 12S 22-1 55'22'321 578
: I a*it is found laeaptUe of deseaeratio* otd.rsroea
i ,such as 'i iIn can' equalled by no periodical the members of the denomination, to the upbuild United States Watts on tbf Mind, Rhetorical_ 29 1,2 1Z15231 56 2473566053O1'3F I Philip *Prazer Oom. -iMJ----. -_ -i jf,

the .world. r ing of which his untiring energy and exemplary Reading-Spelling, and Defining. ; ; 136 236 5727O 4 627 Uillke vouii 9.IVioWttMadX Uhoprevea wttk a
JhpBe vho have aUtadrreen the Jannary number piety so much contributed, but by the truly pious Junior Studiet Algebra, Geography of the 31 1321.42 243 5S31-t 431 650 ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 'sad never changes,fcai for the better; beeaoM itirpr*:

need'noiiSEnrance*of its excellence; and for of every sect. LTeavens, Worcester History, Analytical Botany 32 133146 250 '59367 463,675 JACKSONVIliEJ riA'. and n teienUU jrieptu by a tnntiJU m'J'nklf *-

tI 8q'i16tac not, tr<> prefer affording the unpp4ibVa The death of "Wesley was perfectly consonaa ,Parsing in the Ppets,Reading,Essay Writing, 33 131 143 257'6O'435 491 700 ,, best kno wled| of ChemUtrri aid rho latent d2ec Vr.

nnsolifted praise of others. The with tho even rectitude of his protractrd life, and (daily) Composition Writing. 1 34 133 15(1( 26.1 614Z3 5O3 723 Will attend to anjprof1onahl.iisineseentrtisv ivies of the art kav eli bees broochtlatoieqaUilp* la"'

pl1.u from one' end "cf the country to the ether adds another to the many proofs that the "end of Orator Studtntt Geometry,Algebra IntellectualPhilosophy concluded 35 136153 275 62 471 529765 ed to him in the Court of 'the Eastern Circuit tbe mMU&etuM of(Ji*Old Dt't flenaparina.- HM Barapwtlla
It U I known to Medical met.ccalas-
LbUbU rotee in pronouncing Graham's Chemistry, Logic, root itj
eqes the good man is peace. The closing scene of the Trigonometry 36 39 157281 63490556785
the Court Tallahassee.
Philoso-i and Supreme at He'bas: medicinal propcrii,and Mme propertes whkk
Natural many
.Ucst and most beautiful Moral
thbe the Philosophy,
Mgazine pen life of this venerable is the which Mr. -
man one 37 143 163 290 &t5tJ9 571 815 Inert or usel.aiIod other*, which. retthxd hiprepariBg -
ficallbal bIt evcHicen Issued in any country.FojjpnrselvesY'KCurrtn Clayton has so happily chosen as the subject of phy, and Latin, (optional,) laily Essay Writing, 38 4370 303 .G5534 599865 also such an advantageous, connection with an are It for tufC'jirodnee ftrmrmUtifn- aad MB*,'

thcftith of our vast body his beautiful painting faithful copy 'of which, Composition, General Review of Studies. 39 57 76311 66'559' 627 895 able Lawyer .at Washington city, as will ensure which Is Injurious Soj tc trtteat.' Some of in* propn-.

cfiobBcriber8tre laifebati as well as defy the engrared in an tltgcnt manner, we Lave thought PRICES OF TUITION.J 83320 679O662945 a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as tie* of SanaparHU to vtUtil. that they entirely*
efforts t c mpf tit ion around us. Every at- would be a memento which thousands would wish -,- -- evaporate and are loM I Is the preparattoa.If they are M
tijnptl6iteaHhe Uoo** gnYb'by; our imitators, to have framed And hung in the parlour. In avenue Department,per sea. of' 5 months,'$10 00 J.McROBERT-BAER 4ent.H. may be placed in bis hands, against" United reserved by a ttitittyit yncui,know oily Owee-
.: to First Class "- 1200 -- la Its rtutt&etare.Moraov ;these,eto..
prodiiCAS Vfaxn wLq h would discomttting to enable such States. experienced
order desire to do this to -
anUjjrjg short thrb'moft.bratcn pretensions.F2EMICM. gratify Second Qass J300 D. HOLLAND-. D.j; : til*frineirUt,which ly off 1nv&por; of as aa exkato
their Mr. S'artain.
desires who the
stands at head
Junior Studies 2000 Sept. 1, 1849-17. tion, under heat are-tb*very atntist WUt?n wtu
Medical Examiner.
9 EW MD 4EDtD of his profession in the United States, has been KCO *of the not, whL4SJtve iou all its valves e --
Senior Studies ...
; P.nn ": large and splendid engaged to engrave this elegant picture in his Piano, '- '2500 Jacksonviller March 28,1850. ly 9 fl.' 2* -'' f\\' Asy person can boilmr stew the not UU tkeyftt a
.# rvpi a best style, and, relying upon an extensive patron Music on 600 Spencer .& Bakers laik colored liquid, ll'1b Is more from the
uoti t; ravingJV5 'e', making a most exqui- age, the price bas been put so low that none who Use of Instrument, Jacksonville j.flalelngtitUte. ATTORHET8 AT LAVT in the tool ttaa from say thing alas; tkx ouUtea
ilte tIctar) ftn-pflr1o iJTStndy, is offered to any desire it need be without it.. The Engraving is ofa Drawing andPainting, 1000 trabr.thU 1ul5*''Of vartd Uqnid.tweeten wltk

a $S subscriber.-- 1.'b4prtmLum: is far superior to large size, suitable for framing, and 'Will be Wax Work' and Embroidery, each, 10 00 '- Jacksonville, ,.F/a.,. tour moUsses. and ibea call It "SAtSArAlTLLA-
V o'ertd eI5ewb r % French, Spanish, and Italian each, 10 00It I IE Committee of.Direction: bas adopted' EXTRACT or SYRET? 'Bat raeh la aotta* artdknewiiaetba
; the best of Will
printed on 'quality heavy plate paper, T practice in the several Courts in tbe Eastern "- :S'is "
r -- -
'i { CHOICE. superior each will be perceived that $23 00 per term is the the following regulations:; .
tear Circuit of Florida in the U.S.District GENUINE OLD.DB.
consist of four term
# all the beauties of first clan proof, and highest price that can be charged for tuition in The Scholastic is to ; : >f
Fbr 7tei Dotfanh in.advance, (par money in will be furnished at the Literary and .Scientific Branches, including of eleven weeks each.. ,. -."-_ .-, : Northern District of Florida; the Supreme Court SAKSAPABILLA."i
tne State:from'wbicfitt is remitted,)one copy of the AncientLanguagea. Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic This U to prepared.jthct aU the Inert propertiei of lkSanaparilla
Granam and a copy et* THE FOLLOWING UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES: S4.s .Tho above, ;with English: Tallahassee; and'jnoaecute claims before Con root a.-e'din removed, every thlnjt etps.
per fenn
it ;i4* ;E AK &LICSIFICENT PRINT, 1 Copy, $2 SO I 7 Copies, $12 GO and The Philosophical Institution Aparatus will be supplied, and a with well Chemical assorted Grammar and Geography per :term, $5. Theaboeth gress and the Departments of tbe Government at Sr rejected beeamiaf; then add every iiri ftvac fermeatatioa njedteml, to virtae aXOII4-d.eev14

bIdigingui5hed erjier. and which may be 3 Copies, 6 001 I 13 Copies, 20 00 Classical, Historical, Miscellaneous Library.N. the;higher branches .of an Englistedacatiol History Washington -r- *- -y. iaapaieandeoneenttUwlfcnM; and thus U to l

considered one.of thj osl,beautiful specimens otrt 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! B. Vocal Music taught to all the pupils natnfal;embracing, mental, and Algebra moral,Philosophy Geometry,, Botany : J. McRoBERT BAKES- 'S. S incapable.of' Fr.iare4Lth2s.way leninf vay ofIts valaabi,U la Bade and lbs kealiacpmpeniee. *Met
*ver presented bjl mny magazine publisher.suitable So that members of congregations and others, without charge. Chc/mistry/ Geology -Astronomy, Rhetoric, ept.6-tf : powerful afent In the J-7' ,.' ?' *-' "-.t -'

And also,a new*fe/antiful engraving by sending together and forming clubs,can obtain One-half terms tf tuition are considered due in Logic, 4n4 Evidences -ot Christianity term p q------- Cure of inrtiimera'blc diseases.;

for framing,of a SaM Sabject, this most impressive picture at advance, or the whole,at the middle of the term. '6. Eich quarter-to.'be: paid to the Treasurer p J..MCRODEItTBAKER,' Hence the reason ijiy,we hear coBMnemtotfoat-as

T !itARtsc jrins iljrtotT1 TO THE TOME, ; in advahce. .s. ..-- every side la its Toiy men.women,aa r ciiLa-tm.We
0ily one dollar arid a half a vopy!!! Scholars from abroad can obtain board either s > \ JACKSONVILLE, E-iF., *"* <

e .raexpresi1y, aajl a cubacnbers< a very heavy to Grahams cost,'as a Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the family,of the Principal, private, V "families "" The of Scholars Inexperienced will be Female'Teacher under the ,careful, t-instruction -' .'. ,'CoxMissioxcK DEKDS for Alabama, Georgia.1 (fla4ltdnlsgwonderaietbecnieof COJfSUJH PTIOjr &TSP-EPSTJI, aa4 X JTM COMPLJIIffT
GuVto netf in the town.- 1 *
Itomioni la JiZU4TISX.ZCRO7UL4pujs .
: nineteen an will furnish in lien figures, representing the following pcr- Provision has heen-mado for instruction in La South Carolina North, Carolina
Magazine. Or,if dedred,we of of whom IL W. PARRAMORE, President.- cosTiyEJfKss. cuTjjfzovs uttrrTCJfS.
( '
of either of the above prints a complete of our hens, many accurate portraits are given tin! Finch, Painting and Drawing, and Music Connecticut PIMPLKS.&LOCTIIEX, sod aa afleeflea
; from originals of.great rarity.) -- W. A. BR1NSON,7 for wbtb: additional charges will be medor-5. Pennsylvania, and Mississippi 1tf1MPUrrPdT1- ,

,,i_ 4 mezzotint portrait ojipe j jJLUERlbaR" Rev. PEAED DICKI.VSOX. -- I. BUNTING, The erst term commences'on'the 8th of October r-1'O.; f ITJ.f'P. : -- JBLOODIt ;-..!:

. L HEROES (frTHE LATE WAR WITH Rev,JOSEPH BRADFORD. ? S. B. THOMAS, neit :' /.f { iaM la all ceetpUInts-
poMMse*a mm
-. ; -
L .. Miss SARAR WERLEV. -- February 14, 1850. .Trustees.. the Co niuittco of Direction *JJ.'MJ'DANIEL '- circulation,-WenriaaOon ef blood M iWkeMl,

\ &LForiFire DoQffrttt&oVff&cftroneyear.andt Rev. Tzou.z RAXKIX. ; -- ; ATTO&NEVAND CONS.LORAtXV, $psJpitaUon of thehea&coM ftetaad Mode.cold hiUa
eopy-of eithtjsof th PrinU to each subscriber. Mrs. ESTHER Asx KCGEE!". I : Dr.: II,-Di' HOLLAND, sad hot flashes over ffTbodr. It has sot its.equal laCtUt -
!*Fot.-Ten Dollars,4 ftre.Dopie* for one year, and Miss Rrrcni, afterwards 3Irs. JIORTTMEB. Madison Male Academy. A. M. REED HAVING rtmovM his <>rBo from Columbia and.Cm/i; < ad siomotes easy erpeetomiew
-. exvoopy f the Ha aini to the Postmaster or pcron Hcv. JAMES ROGERS. Committee to JaekouviU t..L>uvaI County, and eit1a penpintici*relaxing tritture of'lhJyH .

ioming the Chi and either of the above Master JAJUES ROGER, ,a child seven of Exercises of thl Institution were ofDirtction.jonville reJpeetfaly informs his friends that be has'associated throat,and every otliwr pars ?. ? .

fkiats, r a eel of Porfciitts"Eleven to each subscriber.for ago, the only person now living who was years then T resumed on the Second Monday January Rev ISWART,7ir "iJac -, .. with,,,him! iii the practice ofvLaw, hU Xnd But aeknowl in nothing 4e i tteeUeneer ia ell kiadi IMK and*maaiSMtfr tafss.oi.n sea%

-jFer.: Jtomfy Ddlfl-f, Copies one present.. Itut, under the supcrintcndcpco'and direction of July 7,1SV.i j' brother S.t.W.iSuisPEKSON.Th FEMAlj: COMPLAINTSIt ,. ,,,
and of eiOier of the Prints, or a set of -
year aopy fl!ev. J AJTES CREIOTTTOS.Rev. Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia -
works weeden l* e*of JFTiter Jt&* or .
itoe Portiaits tQeacb43baerbCr,and a copy of thc the ALEXANDER MATHER.It College. From a knowledge of Mr. Ganlden's 'JIrs. Ai-M.MAXEV; r 3.CES frm win be represented at eacb and every r./the.IT
Magazine to the PosSFiastcr person sending OBEKT C. BRACKENBCBr.Key. -' capacity aa a Teacher, derived from experjenoe ruiA this method annvonce to the pnb- Term the pircuit Court in the several Counties ..lIeirn.iseasirni< p.rlods, eM s.

.yfonvvitii] a .yofdi},. .of,the large Prints as ahmfeionf Jons Bitonnrrr.IyTgosLsi3aoAnccr.. and trial,during the quarter of the Jast year Just a1. li&.that she wilV keep open her ISoardingduiyng of Eastern'' Judicial,' Circuit, the County of ; and 1*, la e$tula jaU.;; ;thetons, (fid
prpjiyiim. ; closed, as well as from the most ample and not -iy.Di.g& -
** 1"For the convenience r f> those forming''tlvbs Rev. GEORGE WnrrpjELD.Revj testimonials of-former success, the .Trus- Ilousi for the tne.winter8for'th accommodation of receptk> Hamilton in the Middle Circuit; the irpreme By rtmoviaf obrtreptlowl! and refilatlat the feMtaltvatem.
Board rs'n'nd strangers
JOMATHA EDHO.XSO tees of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend Court at'Tallahassee and the U. ST.Court at S. it five tone tbd ftruttn.:to.tbe.wkel* l '
'tii onrifcfroUtv other Publications or tm oilers generally t Grateful. the very libtronagohitnerto'flxtended"1to sad thai cern aU fonrin C i f -,:- -
4ici1lii& jj A JOHN IIoRxon, EMI., one of the Executors of it to tbe-consideration of parents and guardian cral p her;>he will Augustine. AH business entrusted to their cai Nerroua disease jnnfl dtftllitr l
; t.One'copy ..Mr.Y.EST.EY'S will. who be;-desirous of placing those under their
may all Her
of tbe M #sulno And One of tbe Saturday Pr Joiw WnrnnrcAD; Mr. Wzsi 'g PliTsi- charge nj'a situation offering inducements spare house o 3 eoinmodious efforts to'give/satisfaction, &nd'situated in to a pleasant- will receive prompt attention. and that prevents aa'SaI orr riced.tsS.'J4s.igcLZ a treat-varietyC < t.tbleaaIiAIes .liua'

Evening Post for Four Ditlan. clan and Biographer -" healthfullness of location and high moral and..intellectual the town. "*-'- Address- J. P & S. W. SASDERSOX, JaCksonvlleDuazcc44tvlrord4. ee.$ .*i*,. ru. casu5ains,&z.

One ,ttheMagaznan4IwO! ; of tb? Post. for 'A Medical Assistant to Drl "VVnrmrtAO. culture inferior to no other in the ..Southern parto 3onv;lle, Oct.1I89.t 7L : '', ;."t jJ -. It cleanses tbe bloo&:excites the fleer a>'n altby$1ltoe. -

-1RVs.bdLrLi4 4 $' Agents, for.the sale of this1 fine work of!art country/ Students may be- prepared at this -. Jacksonville, Jani 17. IS3O.. --' 'tf *", bees the-sloma 5. Sod five good'dIsuo. is-
Four of. the arc
tM'ee.e&C 'th4Magane and Academy to enter any College ,in the .United ; haves the bowel)*of aeoerd coastipatlo allan tn-
wanted in of
.- Post for Thi oU'zrs. every part address States. For.- States.8 M -'* ; fp -,. lammation.purifie tq jkia, eqnaliMS the clmiatiMf
.F.IE Mtie*.f the)1gazin and Two of tlie Post particulars; MCQU1EN31C1NTOSI1V747TORNEY4TAJV the blood prodneiM gtatle warmth ee ialrf afloser
.b.vltoJWtot/.J, .;. GLADDING. It HlGGlXSVPublNhers, Tacstrictcstattentionwillbe'paldtolhe'moraldeportment ST. 'A UIUS TINE. the body and the U .- Six copies of the M aeizme and 2kice of tbe Tost Mcthodist:>Book Store/Ifo..'40 JCorlh Fourth of the students; both -by the Trustees ---- turictnree and tig hta M, removes all ebutruetk's*,;sad
for -Street;Philadelphia. and the Teacher The Academy is located withiu :, fiS well known establishment b'as oj :WrLt.attend the Circuit Court in the Eastern tnvtgorate the entire-rMtrtonUsyitem. is aotthlttbet

TuxntpDoUar the immediatevicinity of the village Madison I .L late) undergone thorough repairs,and need!
-- This Elegant Engraving ,. furnished, Circuit *the United Sit District Court at St. Themedicine tap-inInentIy
: .GB:4royYtn:1o: : wholesale and retail, by the Methodist Book Es- Court-House, in or near'which good boarding IMJ is now reopened for the reception ofcorn- ; Bat can &nyoftbesthtsgabe.atdofS.PTsWiliId'U

5e lW OfiKe;'<{faay! wwh In'tbe Unioi<;from abliibment,200 Mulberry St., New York, and may be obtained on most reasonable term "The Ipany. s .; Augustine; the Supremo CourtVat Tallahassee'; fiferiornrtidel rfha. Las's I1, Is SM bs

'shiebeshaU rcccirt tb rreatett number of sub bytheirAgents throughout the United States.. scholastic) year will be divided into two sessions of Th | well earned reputation which this House and prosecute Claims for eituens.:In.-.say, artof, COMPARED WTTrf THE OLD iMtSe

scribers't&"Graham's W.agazine1 during the Tbo purchasers of-tbi Engravjng.will..pease five months each;*>Tbej first,session commenced has achuired ft is the intention of the present pro- .Florida against the 'Washington, yeans*of*ma GRASO FACT that'tke one UTKCA

_Jc between the-fin-l *>i January, ISM. and the >4ar in mind that this",Plate has been engraved by I' on the second Monday in Januarylast, and will pricto*to sustain. ?, jnti"1" j Govcr9ientat tne.Cejpartmenta.' rASfE of OETEa1IPftrtns.a..ts.
-.- end before the second'Monday in'Juaei The second E'rc-y accommodation .willbe extended to either before Congress at
tofJanniI.U5tb4!Magvzne to be mahied Ur. fiartain expressly! for this edition; and that ; ., C ITZTERSPOiLLSt; .
..1'inch Post othee:6r to subscribers through It,) the impressions! ,wilt,therefore; bo all of the first or- to commence'on the second-Monday,in July* guest Invalids, traveller.and o'tbcrs, will find 0 *ADOKSS, JjcktoneUle-East Florida.r while- the other.r.DoE :- i si...

fibW'be'entitlea to eotlnuanee of the whole lf and not such'as'are taken from secondhand t and:en1 on Friday before the second Mondajr..jn this h4use desirables It situated facing the south May 2,1330 tf_ 'iuthe h.5Ugs .. .4
a bcT'oTBnb: cripH/- gratuitously for one year L'iglish Platetr December thus allowing a short vacation at tbQ with tin ttrk piazzas, 175 feet long, with courtyard ; jLqnid ese4ssg.ut'ainfsg eih.r goods t-J.$ .ss

SeT Ibe exptratioQ<>fjLbeycar| for which the subS _. ,t __ end of each session. 6'tudenW will be required to troi t'abd protected from northeast wind r2Theroomgtare this horrible tompcu-Td ba pouonons'ay.ett-.
; 1 i j 'i'
erJtUonV shaH have been iid.: '; t pay half the tuition for a gcsaion'ln'advance, and eligibly situatedlarge, and airy,.the ; DYIANDSCOUEflG wigs I acid fits.a jnt.aJrs.dy dir.g.Yh&I .. Ml

J jprteMagMlpe-wifr Weofttiiraed on,:either to "1 am'a'ma'n";'and dr'em nothlng-wbich rolates'toftian the balance at the end of the sessionm nils'"RATES building fixtures,&o.beingjaw..Tho House,built % caiseaDyipepels butsld Dows toe shIkw

lle entoeriber*tbeBuBJrrw/er to the'ngent through fottign to my feelings.'* : ? ""* : ; 4 f" 'Js* o/wood,is lathed and plastered&o. In a word, it E S T, A B LI SlIM E N.T ,. that when food toun la. : or"TUXTIOX. It 1
prodneec flataleneVV heartburn,
""* palpttatfo tk*
I- whom ire may receive!the order for nrfntrtis, ,. T mth &inianiioo; k.AVIGOROUSLIFE. .f'. : i .:e.Orthography. j- f v i* built erpeszly for;toe purpose.j ,| 'F 15o:73roRR"sTIwET: heart, liver coaplalaitdlana; naSr niarf. cotltf a>4torrnption
< With the the
anAta whcm .. roe4orIo bQth, : both iu tlie per : ?:* ':: 8OO cent same tjrnu h.easia)'te OH.A.. _. % 4ritbmeti ,Geograp : the* house that--ber exertions will eto* which bring on ErnpUbat''etthi.&I.. BeaU Qeetl]Salt
,. FfiItae e'aflttere bepre-jazd. Ads Premature Death.SELF -HistoryCompostionand 1ocutIon; t1OO le&o.w .Very respectfully,.?.- -, iv. s s .u J 5 _? ft eiuw l*la\ ails wetUap fever.8oe aa4
f Mgebra L a-fi ? 5&O Je .THli jPJiOPRIE JOR. ail ulceatloes Isteraii?sad arisrnaj 7 ItiOtUBC( a*
,Geonetry,;Plain' and pher1eal AUSX&XDER. GALLOWAY,. der heaten. but an keHnbstancewUeh MoncWttaeipotl.
kk;, ; 21. t3Cbasu4 5t..Fhil4e1phia.I IiCI1NON, PRESERVATION. t L rigonomctry ensoratk&of.tirfacesLc : 9 --ETURNSf bis thanks toTTus friend-for the .'all the fluid Othe'bodyaor.: or l.nWkss;
-- '
-/-.1 .J U- Only 23 Cents'. ;, ;?,JJo. of Solids,' 'Surveyingj'Navigation,1' ''t-' R. favors he has received since be'commenced ceases Rbeamatlsn bat.a Mar or Mid Bald,whkk tortlnnatea
f Cone Section'*, Differential'and;.Integral"I w 'DRUGS, CHEMICALS, & -*. business id this m1832' tuelf bett e B the Jnints tad elsewhere,trrilaUn -
.j GODXTS LADSSOOK FOR 1850, rp bis Rook,just published,is filled with useful : L' city ,andwould: state to his
"AMtronoiny' > '
vi aad l fla
-Csl ul s,Natural and Moral PhIlosophy, % >.fc- 1 *; lnf the fleUeate fiwae* wpwe It
friends the his
c.( ..information, on the infirmities and4iseaserof Cbcmlatr J3otany Minerao o-'t .s --! -, -- :; -- ,and public generally, that during eut j8 of jieivaa*!$ MaM9. imparity oLSb.hlsol,
; -
TOPIITSXC1ANS .DILVGGISTS ANI late visit to London and Scotland he bas
s 'Gcdey. and- the other fne 'Generative Orans. lt'uddrsssesitself : EIe.d'.rnents acquired of deranfed-elrtmlati Ba, and surly all
ComparisoCbetwE r alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD.and OLD AGE :. of CrIticlsmNtura1 ewe.- ,COUU1t UANTS,1 various improvements connected with 1 Q Whteh afflict hnaiaanitwe. '-.'-' '

? & &Monthlies. To aH'vrho'
? djogaeP1Opageswhhch C onqttencei of early prolonged indiscretions ; a ;fully solicit/attention.tbeirjfresh stock of ,P4'stQneThJs.- -. -" -
icou )
Is US a.Yi t&tpne44d J43 s3ora tb5tbE to all who feel the-exhaustive -effects of. sedentin'' tbeAncientLanguageAlachna my, -- English, French, Gett an.'and Am'eKcan Drugs, which he trusts will enable him, to igive.i general SOURING; } 4EthNG'ACthO (

other Philadelp 4ptby i-He(gav...28twepty pen: rted baneful-babits-to all who in addition*to 4 Medicines, Chemtcalay Paints, Oils-.Dye.'Stnla aatisfaction',to all who may5 pleuotoiavor iim.iritb -,, ..POUNDopiS, p. TOWNSEND!

k' (raving*, ei colored, and declining physical energy,'are the victims of-iBer- nsoa a-w rAaip'e eAt. Glassware,Perfnmery,:Patent Medicines; &e.-4 ;their pafrosage,. s ,-A ClLedies' ;n l yet he would fain &*we It fctdentood that Old Dr.Jacob

: ninety-th amwlih I*. IwJ more !than vons and mental debility and of:moping and mel- A. BRINSdN Haviiig opened a New Store; NoL294 Market st 1 auk and woolea.JJrejaes,,Sb wlj,,.to.cleanedand .; owmteM'sGcITATIpW vevd Cfifi tt Sirs.pS.a1ti1.
one ana thjther..J -- i--J '' Xboly despondency.'. 'Dr.-K.would say- {tt tt &; ::1.BuNTNurtiS:13: witbr'stIfully supply"-of Fresh-jDrugs? and Medicinesj dyed various colors,so as to give good of lila InfrO1* preparstios t I,. _
Gode l4dsit/crl8CO shall that THOMAS It1Fbuq4 atisfactioHn>Tablff. Coven cleaned or. dyed* as Heaven forbid that f e tlJooTddeC aa n
) snrpaas .< jtEADTihISBOOK..- W respectfully solicitcountry dealers to exiamme would bear tbe awM#iUatMaeai Uat *al.r.
-- of 1849, and exceed;W .rtftgruinta, past, present t1 '*ourstoCk a before>purchasing elsewhere' maybe reqaired Qeotlemen'tgarmensrenoTatad. mad:.crticbl aad wlteh 4OTT.
i goodsy1 ot
4 as formerly so a tob
and to come. Ma M 1 Qc-. jtrom1shfg4onetndaftwho-sflay feeDdiepeeed te Old Dr.t chaaMMUta* ios4,ceoropUinUailetfjnJntionsfirom'Ainatswh
will *-
M gives, privent years ofmisery and suffenng; ; 4 surpassed by any done at the orth, ordyed. as
Tenns-Cas extend to us their patronage, to sell them wavteolA. an4FOUND.
and save annually Thousands Jim. ,. genuine
may berequired. Ledica'nnnaladyed
have need 8. F. Toseads
$LQnTICxT A 41 I> rrmosXTB t'Svbscnbert izxnjscg.,' r reading it, mil learn how to pro vent -'ConntjrlTax. CoUe tor's' "JSale.' & Drugs 6ther house and 'Medicines in the ,oh-and i as liberal/terms as any cleaned-and pressed in &superorotyloLj.a.jes'and ., YEZ1fggx
the dcstrnction of their children. fan" V -til ** ,- -jtrW/- \ ity, WXalthfullji exeoute,, Gentlemen's Gloves, We ItndentcH
Cu& i entrusted iKid dfiaoed, after:: the ? wish biiliii.Iisjd,5gI,
V | "Gubscri&rs all orders to
to )r
II f st ing/e AypuittaDce ot23 cents,enel sed in a let. ; VIRTUE of\nthority; {n me by law1 vesVed 'to *nlf, V"JT V *C.. l rrc *u/-promptly ii ff< and. wlUtda-. -t* ( most appYedLondoafuhi9n.. -f :. that S.('.Towasesd'r.rdqf.M Old..PrJ.'rsw.Mad's .
? 7AJ1irsntiEngravrngs. terVer a&dressed to PR IUNKELIN:' %V. BY &. .
corr l shall jale. in & Ljet4 XhafMfiattlfl)
exposoJpT .front .of the 'i Mr. M.KIEI.
4 7One the belnga'reguIzy has been appomtedAgent for ::
t.t Inyiwo >cf TtHttD; tt UNION- ttMti'bet court-bose'door in tbe town of pioreton Phyei.zth' d4siait. ; ;ha% Stekavthg laf
4rPineTHlLADELPHlArwiU ; Wewnknsville.di; afforda -&mplo-guarantei otabo genuinendlof'all tn'afabove'ejUbHsbmenand'will' attend to thereception not ens single i LaAs
S-pfuo ciur0 .,
t j remhim n1aUi"Oeath a Monday;the eighth day ofJKl A 'D/iSpO' -
Oi soJ '
and worfcin'Jacksonvilldaiid
4 o/thaiI.-''* *> artiele* sdld at'their cstabliUimett.morclia 8 P Towessitd iio'dc.sws,4pmw w ale M
ev ohJitWesly( :" "Wesley rreaehGwenaftVAniiliftheatre boek.nji4ereuTel9pe" p rfretftrn J ch tbeinndowned S heiofldr1ng taued ;'We'esjetin1I invite Iggist&as4coutrj tils suo nding''Cosutry Term*'moderate. MffiHE eh.mtst so pbsrinsest-sows t S W
; "America"GeiTi,16rafld ; .JtTOJife'-- .- fc..? .w. *.. '*. 34 irtrtfj, .J ts, who.'msyi' wish' to bedbmeAgenta for Maroh21jO. ; --8m. -.- .. .5 41551s Ibusny 0* tscliflcuwo-
ii Wisdoms' Olc finK atonal msawbat *4*eta lbs Pnb2kakMtNetMag
of extensive
__ p nt f Bo mncbof tbe land,;being part of the'Arredon* UTf a.vvivi 9-v> nurM u auiuj ilUBOreiUe*
.(LLo Rev. John s.s.feaisfl
4' en Wesley;" $ .. '. .thvoet expert do-Grant;and part of"a-tract iof land known al :(standard and popular-remedies,) to towarthi Ilalng aItte ski met
Do CtII1Q.4b4* 41 lJeTg orn Fletcher: andtnccessfui fctetftloner far att tear, in the 'address'.*'"'**' ** &**ts9 4wij; 3 >' -
*;Ie41M-upon as th*prop., t- | pw BOWLING ALLEYS-BILLIARD SALOON aid which, are-IncsebI .4 e5aagMwblth arras
we tJ lmenM of AU .diseases o.f a.priyate nature.eraICtedwitbu1c&iiponbe .-*' erty of'Moee*-B. Levy and totter*,lands designa- SoliciHng the"tiatronage of,UeilenrwrnspeetiTrtmain1 au& s.r- J eer them tke'AOL'.fJI.sme)
bbdyi Ihroatl l **J, *** <**-dSoif Ats ftux ..
ted-On day oft le2o&mt ib .x 1 aUerss I If ntajsd q"iisg: ris what elaot $ swsmosbing
W0 oples for ofl ,, or legs, pains io-kthe.bead; or bones, mercurial -3NbiKERLEg kBRO4ts liMarkefflp 4,4lda. e..lNaa, $ a,.

rheumatism strictures, travel, disease "arising k'own'a No:?94 SUBSCREaj odnBA quiz,. a .noa faow..sped.1e. et6WS ip"Sn
g extra copy atr1 from youthfd weeisesflr Imparftles bf tb TblbodwhcrbTth ,/ Lh4MInsou *n4'CarktllOetweo: M. Srairr, North side, one door from lbs cor- _
45pk.ai4,.ny'ti ofts V.enrvwgi tolcb.1' eonstiutlonbaa become enfeebled,' Newnaneville and WntaJeeriver/and 1Ujjoe1| to wcpP7rY; ; z n.totLiberty streeVe. BLxsToJUtvx&>vwsa taat-ls It that the rf i

t frl "- '!"" ;* hftetie > an'all treated wit*sneeesK JWit x : nt.'U.: -lelon ,to;John''M; Pcrrlenaliio' ifrnineB ef>the Columbia Co'nntjr ALiJnr, aodaBriUAtJj SALPO.The: Extabliahent 4IsI_ tr HTfiboaI4knovw _
2 *< r. r nt7"itionar'ittd.'a.nSxtra ;lie who place*himself under th care of Dr K. : land owned the estate'of: D.XV Clinch?adver egrani.'jjeing %-j44* go j> !fT-.r ** ILFt hai beea fitted ftp entirely Beirt.anditopen WL.LL
: 4Int 15 .okarianmg of ths- abora en- may re.lljeipu>l confide- bii honor as a gentle: w1tb1dti eZ'Hmlt* the"Arwd6idr 3I.Dp fo*lbs reoeptioa oi visitors at th uiual ours. yc U.the nwUeel propenlee wf pUnni, the)
j 'SW Paints i '** W .sstm&a. C aMlrtnS.
UtlMet eeingthe Ckib / his jraut, and.lytolff'MarC; 'Jrairiefalso* .i tt5 TIIEBAILsuiuo
4 'td man, and confidently rply upon skill as aphysiivfuiia -: '- shall for sale In I sa ueta.
Court !
i ; .icjo -S --. .' tniich 'oi'lleyaud2Wfled: or' brmerly repres hted expose trdnt'or'tha
I ; .. wItch. .ctbLn'
SrD. Vtrabt of,4tWgator on the!first ? h1
J be enIltle4 to' $ oii4ts dfta3cIre,5'LrIeLte7' by o*D. Srbittbeijipajf of
beverages tp
rotIresbOv S ;j1MV land known as Levy's80,000 aoretracty-alsc>4eea
DPEt1D4&) be eared at berne4
S by wIth 1h dlica&3f the
., M I4.d -' rPCqHi..VI -MD1CINE8DIREC- lion 2,towoJreootIon 14, townshi tata 'ha ti 4Meh season
4. sendfntf' 10,, rsne 20 sectiop ii, townshIp 11, range 1849, Ume-supplied. -
ONR&c.1tbrwuac by a reinittiuttrfl
: ) aMVo asie and the necessary expenses Incident tneret6''vi Table '4tThourRI4Jp4a11

Rcs1TYP'awt sbctttb from: ; ropert. 140 er ; rit rat ;isndJying aby4'Jt owi of l*. MCO3 1DwJwDset1O sad
t t ichnbsctJI o01c tl J lAei2i edlU24& ship 10, range 20, sectIon towns Ip 9iagel9, Columbus,on -U1yeyLot No. 1
IlookAtid an 4flbtdrfplio&wIth, thooshtq se upn 6, towni range 19, lined bpOEI' the and 2, SectIon Z74bwhIp 1 Southot R 12,

rty also co much jof

%Bff& : tfl,1aodbelag partnfibe Anredondo grant;owned ,.n44a ; jtbstthsyqLL *rsrufIflCM1

I ofheo bIQwwlf.fsoiiuU., Levi* and -WDIG i
mh e4J.tAirr ('tb Mtatnad by.GeaTTft'MiPiyne jacentfor Jchfl H> Ui.rtgnd iUie0fbr.tntf; &tortjalmnent and comfort otgnesM
; jilt T LwIsifls p&eutndq sZ ; soeii212ch Mbeupr tidedtJat txusall.0 .* -U

? bsdpasnjrshtpl beretdfOr. iag.bes $ktbadbMngip.4jsI9ntj I cofdfaJly Oli1M.tTeaY1ba1 .

I 5twRntb4nd4 lgqd, 14h.eoMueLBotelt : tnrriedf by thftJ tabliihxut, .g't ** ss-shaU4pai! n?

.eruids th.4Mne,. sections pointed ont;t v. iet.t1o*.' "fI..
IrttjT> abdistyU of "Bufflugtca ktOoxIi4khIs! of taeland b.tt2gp&rt e zthe.iAmdondoJ.rant, &1ALuye 4.OEORQ5k131t t VB : ::1415-c t&fL

j WtevlfiVi&avxpartrait*; da'cIiasolyed by mutual CtL'Ib&JbU2 $ owned! by a llenryt U Marquaa6V4 M(ns-nainte4 Ese if4ohn. thor e'hira eoease4 41
lbra.mpjy i atre' eoa* Wout1nue-toeendneted-b7 AMUtd3tF.. ieut enwday fif.ailet-a**ill pay.fou.ttw PtRtf and to te usc0A2gt231s4
s4n grwftd luscriber
MfjM>4rt6ost-oae tbonsandiMftttr F1NGTOM Jwb Fli. -i
I it. ."America debt of tbe late flrp,and who trill also attend to; d [ : .-
penonfEiWhlaIin agabtl -
said Estate : _
1G.tbWIedom *"rery Urge line engrsfuvl the Wttleibeofcf their bnt4aszd1zt ar re> : 4fl- L_ :i4i _
joint .coo4ntst roL4 I L-.I 4
lag, ftnditt one etcbt AendrM dojlars SAMURL 'BUFFINGTON-* JOEL B the
to sepsy.. Taylor ansi Old wItey"Zs :- ** ( t'tr* j Xu*$ro.Iveffsn4$1e ptte4sedprles at th.April .
.PHILTP-CQX. sea oftbs 1zged44henital Taylor prinjrAttp Assessor of AldthwtlCo. NICHOLA ff 4dm'r- storsct WM.DEWEE8..

.9'I $;4IIupY.4 ,,at.1,. 4pru 1880.-IJ 4t, News ebpy; I' -Jan-0-tf 'Key West,March 20, 1S6Q.-aprill 2n' 18 ,t( w4Tf -

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