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:
July 11, 1850
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
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v. : ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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.
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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-].
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).

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Proposals for Tfmbcr! &c., for have a natural curve or crook the other 200 feet black'walnut plank, 3 inches thick. I be qnarfired,,'and all.:got clear (rot splits:; '30 to 35 'feet The Great &wamuJ&n
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long 10 : 12 a.pI'
way from twenty-four to sixty inches in ,500: do do 'do 2' do' hakesr knot ,. .
KtoVjv tainaj and
the wood > Feat of .
the length of the click, .the 'Width or size 1,500 dodo. boards, ",tlo, sap 4. 'ches wide. Strength "E dux.aes.!
NAT* DEPARTMENT, the curved way toe the full size of the 500 feet maple joist, 3 ]-2 by 3 1-2 inches. f llliite 44 Hoards-and Plansjierfoot.) To beof the best white oak. We do not knovrjlatwiicard t i4. eirtr either
BUSZATT : UQCIPMEXT, A3IDREJAIE tree, and the most curving of the stickor CO do -dG. 3 by 3 do ': I II -
OF e3d
part of
1,000 fett;board measure,' 12''"to 18 feet i CLASS.No., 3.-*White Pine and Cypress .or, ., a mete $:gubrinstanof
,Jane 24, 1850. angle must be at least one-third of ita
CLASS No. 4-Oars ( 'piece?) I I Idog 8 strength and endurance i3 tase'tiaaievidenced
to cinches a
per 1Q; wide inches (board
Prop.*al*, endorsed Proposals for whole length from the end r the various ; ,S measure,)per foe
Sealed Lumber the be lengths sues, and curves in equal propor 1lh.hiLOJw1i( oars;1C feet long. : t&tck. 0-S 000'feet first in'the following nckitnt fansobed
or M case may quality white pine boards
(mining the yard and claJ fof-which the offer tions. 200 d-f do 15 do 1,000" fe t>.tboard .measure, .112 to 18 -feet of inch us by'ur friend, Capt. Wgi.Ul.;Stepbeaaoa..
;- an thick
will be bd this bureau 2,000 cubic feet white oak butt pieces from twen- 200d.' do 14 do Jong 8 to Inches to be 12 to 16 of this county. In Jan.ry fiu ,
i* intended) re eif by until J 0 .wide 1 1-2 inch feet Capt4Ste
200)( do do 13 do t long,and 10 to 14 inches:Vide -
3 o'clock P.JI. of the 11th September next ty to thirty-five feet long and from sixteen I : iIo'do 'thick-, -J ; phenson started South w>% a roye of males
: 100
22 feet
do 40,000 first
for and deliver under contract, at to twenty four inches square in the mid- quality.-whfte pine boards, 1 and horses '
fonuehuig ; and proceeiledltria
the several yards teaeinafter named the die of the sticks, equal proportion of the 75 do do 11 So 506 ftet.,loard m measure, 12-' to' 18 feet inch :;ithJckf to be 12 to 16 feet long, ; .th m far
various 25 do do 10 do .Jong 20 as eonjnBCtioa of the %' \Vuriorucl
: inches
timber, lumber, and othei*Irtieies embraced in lengths and sizes. ; widel 1-2 inch thick and inches wide
thia adTcrtifement. One fourth of the whole quan- CLASS No. 2.-IfiWtf Oak Knees Seams $c. i CLASS No. 5-Staves, (per thousand.) 600 feet, ,board measure, .12, to 18 feet 1 0COO feet first quality white piBe.pIankVl! LitteWarrior rivers whe Iber form the
tity required at each nary jlrd mart be deliveredon white oak 44 1 long,' 20 inch'eswiue 1 inch thick. Warr-oruiaBloan: | ,eia' l. .
20 white oak cheek knee, the whole length'of 4,000 prime staves inches long, ,1-4 inch ,thick to ba.12ito 16 feet Here
be found
or before the first of Julj!; one fourth on or before inch thick 4 1-2 inches wide lear of fret,' board tEe bridge. a ,the"B
each body to be from B to 10 feet, the / sap. measure, usual lengths __.. .long:, and 10 to J4 inches wide.'_ <
the first of fourth be- \IVarrior the
Septembers j one on or usual
white ash barrel staves.
crog .J
2,000 a-ad
length of the arm from the centre of the breadthS2; inchesth ck. feet : P
fore the first of l fourth 0,000 quality white
l\o-rcmberjl cue on or pine,plank, 1- been
body to be from 7 to 9 feet and to form swept away by the.tlwaters
an feet !
10OCO board and
measure; usual lengths ,
before the thirtieth of December 1831. In case ]-2 inch think, to be 12 to 16 feet
with the from 110 to 120 degrees PHILADELPHIA. the ferryboat
angle YARD
body NAVY Bmall
and entirely.tocij i and
of failure to deliver the art.1les within the timed S breadths, 1 1-2 inch thick.3 long and 10 to 14 inches wide.
,nctt Biding to be from 9 to 12 inches
and in the proportion* Fpeciftd, the bureau or the the bodies to be sided to the diameter of the; ., Cuss No. 1-Lumber, (board measure.) 5,000 feet, board measure,>usual lengths 1?OOO feet first quality.cypress boards, 1 to carry determined his'stock' over i, safety.: He at.*

deficiencies several commandants to,hai asjj 9 the the-;right contractor to supply and arm the siding; way; the moulding sixes of, 5,000 feet 5-8 inch, white pine panel boards and.breadths, 1 inch thick; inch thickto be 12' to 16 feet long, once of to swim tlH&m taa-
by purchase the bodies in the middle of their to I 5A 1 do 16 feet only means enabling hirtii to proceed with
lui sureties to be responsible twice the contract lengths 10,000 do long The above to be the,very best, white i and 10 to 14 inches wide. >
be from 15 to 20 inches. Estimated at 210 10,000 5' 11-2 dodo plank 16 feet -- S ; theca, ,.promptly, to his destfiwi? ,"d tier
price inches nett siding-per inch nctt siding. 15OOO 2 do do do 16 feetU7Lite 'LIBS N' Spiucs Spsrssper stick. wcto-accordingly 'drfVentfcrtotlie -
AU the aforesaid timber lumber, and other ,eantnt.:
articles mast be of the veryjbeet) tjoalitj, subjectto :10 white be from oak knee 8 to 10, for feet eat heads, the; tbo length bodyto of Ash.-(Board measure.) Ci.tssNo.4.- 25'pieces 55 to 60 feet long, 16 inches in and started> across the liter.'J >Vita peat, -

the inspection and memjs. ren nt, and in all the arm from the centre long of the body to be 3,000 feet 11-2 inch, white ash plank 100 hickory capstan bars each 14 feet .in diameter in centre of sling. dificalty they landed sari :with the excep

other respect in conform rv&s.t to the stipulations from 6 to 8 feet long. and to form an angle 3,000"1 do do length. 25 pieces, 35 to 4-J feet long, 12 inches in tion of a large chesnut sonrtfl, who probably
contained in the
ertiblishej fur the
S inspection and measurement printed of timber for the with the body from 130 to 140 degrees;nett Black Walnut. 100 hickory capstan bars, each 12 feet in 'StThimetcr In centre 67 sling. entering the stream too Iow2 was

nary of the United States, (copies of which may siding of the arms to be from 12 to inches; 1,000 feet 5-S inch black walnut boards length.To 25 pieces, 30 to 35 feet lorg, 8 inches: diameter gradually down by the forc, of!the eurreat
the rough siding of the body must be_two
be seen either navy yard i ilr navy agent's office.) inches larger than the diameter of the arm 1,500 1 do do do be hewn square, to be 6 inches in centre of sling. till its depth and rapidity; *nd the steepness,

All articles delivered are:irequircd to be, in all the siding way ; and the moulding size 1,000 1 1-2 do do do square at the butt ends, and not 25: pieces,25 to 30 feet long, 7 inches in diameter of the river bank, readere-lrt impossible[ to,

respects or ,station satisfactory where to delivered.thj conuhaiidant, of the of the body, its entire length, must not be 1OOO. 2 do do do less than 4 inches square at the _!in.centre of sling. get him out. Capt. Stepaenlon followed
yard less thaa its rough siding size. Estimated 500" 3 do do do small end, piece. him along! the bank for s4verat miles
Bidders are particularly referred to the instructions per Cuss! No 5.-White Oak Knees, sided from
in the "printed rules'nJlude4to, in framing at 140 inches nett siding-per inch nett si- 1st quality Boat Boards, 4c. 150 hickory handspikes, each' 6 feet in inch. per half-past two o'clock Monday afternooa, .

their effers. f' 40 white ding. oaks beams from 25 to 30 feet long, 2,000 feet (board measure) 1 inch white oak length, to be hewn square, to be 4 S until late at night when i it;:became,too dark
50 side 5 inches.
The white oak timber mutt be tough-squared, to average 23 feet in length; to aide 10 board, 39 feet long, 14 inches wide. in. sqtare at the butt ''end, and not to to see him, the horse still shimming
according to the growth of she tree have 2 inch 50 do do aeainet'
to feet board white oak 61-2
; no 1,500 ( measure) plank, the current and .
inches, and mould 8 inches, and to spring less thin 3 in. squareat the small breasUngl its{whole force
wane exceeding one fourth=of tho width of the 30 feet long,14 inches wide. 50 do 7 do
face of the side as squared. All the yellow pine 10 inches feet-in 26 cubic feet.foot.Estimated at 611 cubic 1OOO feet (board measure) 11-2 inch white oak end. All of the above pieces to be 50 do 8 do. with the most determined |rea6latba 'OB' .C

timber must be of the very Vest qtulltv of ?on Uaffnt grain Southern yeSixepitte, to'be hewedto inches aad mould 12 inches, and to Yellow Locust Timhcr. 1,325 to any one who should ee* hiJn out afire* *
fair have ni Cypress! (per foot.) 6 7 feet Arms be from feet
a edge, and to more sap than one or long. to 4 a number of the
inches in26feet.
10 Estimated at 210 cubic neighbor* jva( ofthe breadth of the each 300 cubic feet, first quality, yellow locust, 12
eighth from cor- feet- cubic foot. 500 feet board measure, 20 feet long, 8 6 inches to 5 feet long. None to vary lant
ncr; the contents of all sap to be excluded in the per to IS feet long, to be got in the round, and not swimmer but withouj befog able to
3,000 cubic feet best quality pasture white oak to 10 inches wide, 1 1-4 in. thick. more than 5 degrees from a right angle. make successful .
measurement of the timber. ; The oak must be less than 12 inches diameter, at the small end. any aifnipt 'towards ,bis
felled between the first of OcjU>ber and the first of butt pieces (round logs) from 12 to 15 feet 1,000 feet board measure, 26 feet long, 8 to July H-eo4t rescue. Several times he snade,,tpwards tin
long and none less than 20 inches diameterat
March, and must hare within rixty miles 10 inches wide 1 inch thick.
grown the top and clear of the bark,the beamsto NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON.CLASS bank, but its 'rocky steepness prevented his
or the sea coast must be stripped of the bark
hewed within twenty; days after it is felled and or be free of wane-per cubic foot. No. White'Oak Timber, (per cubic 5,000.feet board mei.sure 26 feet long, 8 to Discovery of Treasure. getting a foothold and sent hn back to buflet .

placed clear of the ground, of whicL satisfactory CLASS No. 3.-Write Oak Plank. foot.) 10 inches wide, 7-8 inch thick. vainly against: the sweeping :>nnent, Atone

evidence must be given by the contractor, by the 100 white oak plank, 12 in.'wide, 7 1-2 in. thicttr! 50 white oak logs, from 16 to 20 inches 1,000 feet board measure. 26 feet long, 8 to. Camspondeme of the Savannah RepublicanST. time a heavy piece of Dq ting'- rift wood
of : inches wide inch thick.
certificates 10 3-4
production signed bytwo respectable 100 do do 12 do 7 do % START'S June 27. 1850. struck his hack, and even jvritfe this
witnesses, with their deposition on oath be 100 do do 11 do G 1-2 do square, and 40 to 50 feet in length, tbe 1,000 feet board measure 18 to 20 feet long, i burden him heavy
fore some judge of the court or magistrate within 100 li do 11 do 6 -do whole measuring about 3,000 cubic feet. 8 to 10 inches wade, 3-4 inch thick Circumstances of a somewhat singular ward pressing on hi stnrnled up.
the township or county where the timber was 100 do do 10 do 5 1-2 do character having occurred in this vicinity as fcravely but as ineffectually as be
CLASS No. 2 White Pine Timber
felled. (per cubic i 500 feet board measure 20 feet long, 7 to fore. The darkness of thein .rbt
To be sawed to full and even thickness, and to lately, I have concluded to narrate them to again bid
Persons offering for more -Jaa) oneyar4 or class foot.) 9 inches wide, 1-2inch thick. him from their view and
r.a.rallelwidtbsj and not to hare than a half as they lead to the'detection of none nditved that
most make separate and di inct proposals for i more 20 -white pine logs, from 16 to 20 inches 500 feet board measure16 tc I inch of the of the face long and
the supply of each keeping tae classes of articlesseparate I', gap wood on comers or some roguery. The circumstances I am chilling strag -
and embracing tho' whole quantitv of I!': sap side of the plank. Estimated at 122,000 feet square, and 35 to 40 feet in length, the Ion?, 7 to 9 inches wide, 1-2 inch about to mention as'sana a more singular gle. Oa the Wednesday naming,however

all tie articles in the clas*. The cost of each I.I board measure-per foot. whcle measuring about 900 cubic feet. thick. character than they would ordinarily the watchers on the bank- a. ain' fonad the

item must be distinctly carrif oat, and the aggregate -120 white oak plank 30 to 40 feet long 10 to 18 Lumber, White Oak, (per foot.) 1,000 feet board measure, 12 to 20 feet long, from the widely known confession made wear noble jutiinal, name miles']< wet down, still
of each class inches wide 3 inches thick. by
eorrectl footed up,which is 12 to 16 inches vide, 1 inch thick. with his head
material to a fair comparison*jf bids. I I 2')white oak plank, 30 to 45 feet long, 10 to 13 5,000 feet, board measure, 1 inch white The above boat boards are to 'Gibbs, the, Pirate," just before his execution with the up cold ,anti bravely contending -
No extension of time for d.ircriLunder any I inches wide, 3 1-2 inches thick. oak boards. cypress many years ago of a treasure hid on and povrerftl ;current.
circumstances, will be cranttsJ; apd penalties fur ,;'I::120 white oak plank,30 to 45 feet long, 10 to IS 5,000 feet, board measure, 2 -Inch white be of the very best quality. All under Cumberland island beach, the locality of Through all that day he maintained his pxvsltion
npn-folfilment,will inallc***."J e rigi11vsnforeed; :1! inches wide 4 inches thick. S 12 inches in breadth to be quar- which he particularly described but which against the stream, thoagti still earned,
bidders are therefore requited to o'ff-r for no I white oak plank. 30 to 50 feet long, 10 to 13 oak plank. tered, clear of sap wood, rot splits, fa.rtherVn ;
hour until :towards
more than they are sore they Jan famish within I inches wide, 4 1-2 inches thick. 10,000 feet, board measure 3 inch white shakes knots &c. divers and sundry very laborious and industrious he eyery ,
the time specified. ) white oak plank, 3-1 fc> 50 feet long, 10 to. 13 oak plank. diggings, at different time?, have never night temporaTj, isJandforme4! .
The price cf all manuCieturijd or sawed lumber 120 inches wide,5 inches thick. CLASS No. 5-No. I or first quality White be n-able to discover. Somewhat over a by a sine! running over the Iqwergrounds::
will be estimated and detensp'aed 1., board rnrrisurt To be sawed fair,and of even thictness,and to White Ash (per foot) Pine Plank Boards (per foot.) week ago/'a youn gentleman coming fro; adjoining it.t this point 4 worthy old Jar-. j

\ ; the square and round tinker, unless other- have a natural curve edgewise, not less than 12 2,000 feet, boaid measure, 3 inch white ash 600 feet board measure, from 12 to 20 Savannah to visit his friends here, made the mer of the neighborhood, iSr. Jobs.Porter &.
wiae the
cpecifivd, by cithkfq. inches in the length of each plank. Estimated at from 18 20 inches succeeded in
I plank to wide. him lt
turning island
Approved sureties, in tnice the estimated 13,000 feet board foot. feet long 18 to 24 inches wide, 1 acquaintance of two gentlemen on board the towards e
amount will be required in the manner get forthin measure per 3,000 feet, board measure, 2 1-2 inch 'white 1-4 inch thick. steamer St. Matthnrs, who representedapart which w.'th: great difficultylhei! ucceededia .

the contract, and ten per ? addition, CLASS No. 4.-Elm, JV/tite.Aih.) and Slack ash plank, from 16 to 18 in. wide. 600 feet board measure, from'12 to 20 ft. (; ) each other to be wealthy. One of reaching. So soon as he 5arw;'!!hid: Safely
will be withheld from the a.nunt. of each i Walnut. feet board measure 2 inch white ash landed ilr. Porter
payment 4,000 procured halter and atgreat
collateral long, 18 to 24 inches vide, 1 1-8 them stated that he was from New Hampshire 71 ,
as oftbe Xfcety for the faithful performance : 600 cubic feet best quality elm timber (butt plank, from 12 to 16 inches wide. inch thick. that he had an interest in a gold mine personal hazard aboa S o'plock.Wedncsdayoi ..
centum of
e each livery will be paid by
in thirty days after the piwe;!at ion of approved I top end, clear of the bark-per cubic foot. ash plank, from 10 to 12 in. wi e. feet long, 18 to 24 inches wide, 1 did not fay what haJ brought him further porting himself by the brash and: nnder-

bait in triplicate, by the r mmhad&nt of the. 10,000 feet board measure white ash plank, from The whole to be in lengths from 12 to 16 inch thick. South. lie said he bad met at Wilmington growth, until he reached Ui4 island] a distance -

yard Every where offer the must deliveries be accoinj are r-Jad sniej. ;';by a written I 12 to 2U feet long, 12 to 20 inches wide and feet; and to bs well seasoned. 4OOO feet board treasure, usual Icngtlw tb other gen:1ernaa. ltattal never known of 53312 70
guaranty (the responrfbility i th' uar?.ntor or' 1,500( inches feet board thick measure, jier walnut, one-inch S White Pine, (per fact.) ana breadths 4 inches thick him before. The other party represented he soon returned withthe! galfant fswimmer,1*
guarantors to be certified to f-y a navy agent or i board, 12 to 20 feet long, and to average 500 feet, board measure, 5-8 inch white I 5,000 feet boarJ measure,usual lengths and himself-to be from Virginia sating that be safely anJ! successfully. Chilled, : Wearied
ether o&cial person or !>y eorc* one known to the IG inched wide-per foot. pine prime plank, seasoned. breadths, 3 inches thick. knew the father of hs friend well that he and worn dovn with the lofyj struggle from
Bureau that if the offer :
) b"jaeeiited. the bid-
afternoon '
der or bidders will within t-'i dafs after the receipt CLASS No. 5.-Yellow Pine. 1.500 leet, board measure, 3 inch white pine 5,000ieet board measure, usual lengths and wa-3 Immensely wealthy, &c. The young Monday at half-past t\o o !,

of the contract at the pcs t. office designated, 30.000 cubic feet fine grained .Suiit'ucrn yellow prime plank, seasoned. breadth, 2 1-2 inches thick. gentleman from Savannah casually mentioned till WedaesJaf night at e'ght 6'cjqck be -t

execute the same with good sp<) sufficient mreties pine plank stocks, to average forty-five feet 500 feet, board measure, 4 inch white pine 75,000 feet board measure. usual lengths and and pointed out to them the iJiinzen- was hardly! able to walk; bat the kind care

to furnish the articles proiKiJ. agreeably to the ia length, and none less than 33 feet long prime plank, seasoned. breadths, 2 inches thick. ess place on Cumberland, somewhat famous and attention of Mr. Porter-in the course of .
terms specified in this advertisement. or which -I>er cubic foot. usual about here for the of its a few weeks has perfectlreslpredjbiiato:
feet board locality
. lengthsand ,
may be embodied in the c.'aet.; The law of 4,000 cubic feet fine grained Southern yellow Black Walnut, (per foot.) 35,000 measure his wonted and )
10th Angust. .';. forbiiis, con'tdf-rution of all "breadths 1 1-2 inch thick. grounds, &c. They expressed a Jtsire to energy (Fifty-three
pine promi'cuou? timber,from 23 to 40 feet
j.rorosali not accompanied I 11aeb! yaaniiitv. long, and from IS to 21 inches square-per 500 feet, board measure, 5-8 inch, black wal- 75,000 feet board measure usual lengths and see the place, in such a manner as an entire hours constant strcg;lia.?, "nigni aidd day

bidders are articnlnrly, cjutioix-d to tndarte cubic foot. nut }plank, seasoned. breadths 1 inch thick. stranger would do to see a place of interest. against the swelling current.-of siich stream!

their distinguished offtrr as afwve from required other bu.43je i that or- plank, seasoned. exhibition of strength and epdu'rance which
der to prevent their bciug ojped before the day 30,000( feet board measure No. 1 or first quality and breadths, 5-8 inch thick. the three visited Cumberland together.
appointed. j: white pine one inch boards-per thousandfeet. 500 feet board measure, 1 1-2 inch black No. 2 second quality White Pine Plank While there and on the beach, one of them, we have ne"er.before kna-fo, sand jaWfllianoson : -
All offers not made in etri-it conformity with walnut plank, seasoned. saying he would look for' shells, left the horse, like "wimmirn\ve, presume

this advertisement in every }.artie4r.'! will be 30,000 feet board measure No 2, or second quality boardsperfoot.) party and disappeared on a sand hill near could alone perform. Th&factthat:; jit vu.-

considered. Those or rejected whose at tht'. ptj<.nof! this Bureau. hite pine, one inch boards-per thousand NAVY YARD, GOSPORT, VA. 15,000 feet board measure usual lengthsand by, where he was gone some time. His done is incontestible.! j I t t| ;
only offts be
w jj a breadths 2
will be notified, and contrattii'forvraided' without CLASS No. 1. friend shortly went for him, and the two Stephenson, the owner of th,. horse ia 4t
.b t ,I NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 15,000 feet board measure, usual lengths were gone perhaps minutes longeron well known amongst us as a gpotletban of q
cubic feet of white oak plank stocks. twenty
Persons offering are dire.tqd to designate the CLASS No. 1.Hickory Bars fyc. (per 20,000 and breadths, 1 inch thick. be same spot, which will shortly be alluded correctness and integrity, arid whose statements

post office through which they desire to be addressed piece.) Jl7t Oak Thick Slu/for Caps and Tres- White Pine Plank Stocks. to again. On returning St.- Iarys are both truthful ani rel!l. Besides
and the
navy agent to :;whom the contract ,
ehall be Bent fur execution. J : 100 rough hickory bars, C feet long and 3 1-2 tletrees. 5,000 cubic feet, to be from 35 to 60 feet: one of them took the next steamer to Savannah this, the fact is still ijiuherj confirmed

i, inches rauare. 20 pieces each 21 feet long, 16 inches wide, in length, not to be less than 14 in. intending, he said, to telegraph his by Mr. Porter. Mr.Alexander! Mr.GOldsby,

FORM OF OFTEn)' 20 white heart hickory butts S feet long and 9 10 inches thick. ches at the small end-per ca.biefoot. partners in regard to his gold nine and alsoto E-q. Hu&tuttle e and a nam er'ol other gentlemen

: L, 18.j/. inches diameter on the small end. 20 pieces 19 feet long, 14 inches wide, 10 S SCz.sssNo. see or write to Mr. Nightingale to negotiate of that neigborhood, fell of the hignest

Sin: I hereby agree to fan.Uh and deliver at CLASS No. Lignumvitx, (per ton.) inches thick. 6-Spitice Span and Poles, (per the purchase of Dungeiiess. The other respectability, and eye-witnewes' tothe .

the nary yard at--, 'in conformity with 4 tons lignumritx, from 1:to 16 inches diameter. 25 pieces 17 feet long, 13 inches wide, 9 piece.) ., I man remained here, and..shortly after the scene.Ve challenged eithrt- history personal -:
the requirements of the adTertJotocnt the Bureau ? _? elsewhcr-i to'!beat': it.
y 3 do do 13 to 14 do inches thick. opens boat, of a schoonin, Cumberland experience, : -
Construction, Equipment and Repair, of 3 do do 11 to 12 do 20 piece" 9 inches diameter. rods the iarse his ;
Capt. on return -
wide came for.hlIl1. Stephenson
the 24th Sane, ISO, the Bcreral articles (.f-, 5 do do 9 to 10( do 25 pieces 12 feet long, 14 inches 8 do do Boundr. Yesterday some negroes '
enumerated in (Clan No. -,*>r) Classes No. 6 do do 8 to 81-2 do inches thick.Measuring 10 8 left in charge of the Dungsncss place home, swimming several 'etreams with .
and Ko.-for that yard to wjt: '; 6 do do 7 to 7 1-% do in all about 15,600 feet, board 30 do 7 do do reported to the collector of this port that a him, and he is now.looking son' and well,. _
CussXo.j j; 5 do do C to 6 1-% do foot. The above 70 pieces to have 4. feet and 1-2 schooner had laid off the place some three and in as thriving condition', tbooffh

-cubic at-cents feet white cubic oak I'laujt foot itorl:! 4 do do 3 to 5 1-2 do measure-per 50 white oak knees for boats, to side inch in !length for every inch in di- days, but was now gone, and they had discovered the mark of the heavy drif wood on ma- '
::1 8 To be of the best St.
-. aided inches of white ijalt beat rita, 2240 pounds to quality the ton, to Domingo be straight lignnm-and from to 5 inches., One half to begot ameter. a complete path, made by tramping: back, and the scars on his kaee from his repeated -
knee, at-ce&U per i ld in round free from checks, or other defect, and not square and the other half to be 50 pieces, 6 inches backwards and forwards of men's feet, from effort to climb the met bank; still -

\ less than 3 feet long. in-square, per piece. 60 do 5 do do where the vessel was anchored to this spot remain to prove his powers of endurance,.

;:1 ===== CLASS No. 3.-mite Oak Plank and Boards, 5,000 white oak hogshead staves, 3 feet 6 The above 110 pieces to hre 5 feet in on the beach-where the men first alluded an-l mark his feat as one uteqfialled by his-

Cr.tsiNo.o-. I' (board measure, per foot.) inches long, 3 inches wide, full inch length for every inch four in inches diameter to Lad disappeared-and here, on the sand kind -Franklin Western Weekly!Raier'r .-
2 1-2 to -
-cubic feet yellow pine pht k fctocki, thick thousand. 150 poles, from hill, they found a very large hole dug, a '
,) feet 2 1-2 inch white oak plank from JO to per from 16 to 20 feet in gJ
and :
cubic t-feet cents per cubic loot pine'j"S: 33 feet in length. 3,000 white oak hogshead heading 2 feet 6 strong oak stick which had been used as a THE COTTOS Ca.oP.-A igsotleman |nat

'- timber, at promiscuous-cents per yellow cable Rwt, 2,000 feet feet in 2 inch white oak plank, from 20 to 33 inches long 3 inches wide, full 1 length. pry, and a broken' spade. The collector of arrived; this place from'i,Tetas, haT lI:

!' 2,000 feet I J-2 length.inch white oak plank, from 20 to inch thick, per thousand. Spruce Piece Sticks, (per piece.) the port and a party of gentlemen went yesterday come bythe land route through''}Arkansas J

::$ 35 feet in length. 5,000 white oak barrel staves, 2 feet 6 6 piece sticks, 65 feet long, 14 in. diam. to the beach and found every thingas Louisiana, Mississippi, an5 Alabama, I"r

..J' _--_-__- I. 1,000 feet 11-4 inch white oak plank, from 20 to inches long, three inches wide, one 8 do 55 do 14 do the negroes had represented -There was having had a fine opportunity: jjlq notice the

If my bid be accepted I d:om to be nd.1reell 35 feet in length. inch thick, per thousand. 15 do 50 do 11 do but one dipging/and the party had evidently condition of the crops in" th ser*Regions,.in-
through the post office at- -, and the contractto : ,ooo feet in 1 inch wite oak board: from 16 to 25 3,000 white oak barrel 'heading 1 foot 6 The diameter of 'the above will be measured known exactly what spot to .dig! in for forms us that throughout "the,entire route -
be the nary agentat.-o! for execu feet length. the butt end clear whatever it that The .i
inch they
inches 3 inches wide 1 one-third from was sougnt. in
tion. A. B. 2,000 feet 7-8 inch white oak boards,from 16 to 25 long, up the''coUon crop was a most Jdeplorable
To Com. C. W. SKnrjrai; Chief of Bureau feet in length. thick, per thousand. of bark' collector has taken measures t6ascerain'ifthe condition In Arkansas, the; planters generally

cf Coiutructio*, Equipment, and Repair, 1,000 feet 3-1 inch white oak boards, from 16 to 25 6 white oak or hickory butts, 14 feet CLt5s'No7.-PCT 9nof 2,24O"p inds. head winds have prevented this schoonerfromgoin .had,despaired of raising aoy considerable -

J aW. OfI. feet in length. long. : .. ;; over the bar at St.Andrews: and crop of cotton, and many had ploughed,
All to be clear !" '
We the nndemgned, rerldfnii of -. in 6 while oak or hlckorj..buttsl J>0 ,feet 5 tons 48 Inches diameter. if so, will promptly inspect the vessel to ascertain up their,cotton fields! and planted corn. ,Ia
the ,KUte or -, henby'gur&'i1ty that in While,Pine Plank and Boards, (board mcas- lon". 3 do- 47,8,9, and- 10 inches. dtfameter .what these singular, movements Mississippi and Louisiana, .tJie .cottoa"was,

CAM-the will foregoing. within bid ten of- after be wcepted.the that of ure, per foot.) 16 hickory butts 7 feet' long, net l less -', S ,. mean; The schooner the'Belknap, Capt. not only ma1'most miserable bditio "Oft.
dayi receipt 13,000 feet 2 inches clear white pine plank. The of-4-and 5. inches diameter are Dexter' of Charleston. The hole dag is : '
th*contract at the post office .dewjiwted in laid than 6 inches at small end per piece. pieces account of, unfavorable \reathr bat wassarlag'
bid.czecvte the came with good *fld-sufficient 14,000 do 1 1-2 do .do do13UOQ Cuss-No.2. nat 10 be less than 4 feet in length- some eight f r ten feet deep and thirty. leet severely! from, therapies'of the,,

sureties;to furaiah the; !d, in con- do 11-4 do do do S x in,all 8 tons., around at the top.They had cut through cotton" louse. InAlabama tie crop looked .
13,000 do 1 do do boards
fonuty wilt th, of leaf fine grain
terms of WWTrtS cubic feet
ent un 45,000 long The
; roots in excavating. : Stale
der which US*made. 4,000 do 5-8 do do do palmetto ; negroes a little more favorable than > iit1 ec
< c E.F.. D.I 5,000 do 1 1.2 inch merc white pine plank, southern yellow pine plank stocks, ,NAVY YARlVPfiNSACOLA.CLASS ; represent, that they had;not worked by day, farther West; but .,even',in';tb.!State ctbe.

I hereby eertify that to tL* but o(, my kn wl- 500 300 Albany do piece plank board merchantable. the_very,best quality! ', per.cubic.toot,. :No.-1.-Lvmberj-; ,(board measure,) and:that a good road ran ''parallel throughthe pro 'pect.s were more, 'gloomy! .thaafjhey_ have.,

dadge aDd belie the above UAtnodcaoraiitow are do CLASS No. 3-Elm,:Ashfa.(foot.)* ; ,JT/P). ., > ", -wood to the path they had :made} but beehfor yea 'il1vI ) InLel.A .' "
good and efficient. G. H., A'ary 4gm.p liszt Plank, tfc, (board measure per foot.) thick elm for : i- '! jpchthick, they' had 'avoided the' road. ,Hurrah for -, --.LsBEclL-Ritchla's
10,000 feet, board measure,of 10JOo feet,yellow pine boards, ; -
"FORM'OF ENDORSEMENT 1,000 feet 1.2 in.clear white ash pli 22 in.wide. and Gold! -
trucks in o15 10 15 and 16jb20 feet .long,,and.,12 ttof14in"ches Mystery;; ?1raeyi' ; rgai he UIOnT
tm the envelope transmitting the offer ,( 1do do 21 do gun lengths \tojk) | ; } Mhy's. :
*t'Pnpwabfar Timber. : ,> 3 do do 20 do 20 fee ,'20 inches wid /and 9inches, wide. : has so lon;.,teeme ,WIth', thIS j''epithet and.others' .

CIa No -, (nairit the nary yard.) ,} 3 do do 18 do thick. To'be got out to' sharp r- :lO.OOOfeet- Yellow"pinerboardsi V12inchS .). The Enact the S* -S rp MtWe equally scurrilous,that hit,;iTsmau umtators -

., -_ ,,' ',r\\. 2,000 "". 2S-4. do do 18 do nersclear of the: entre,- pith and -,', thick, to be 16 to.20 feetlong/and .left bur old friend dragging, his .slow- ?cannot open a paragraph>ia any oiUnexioa -

A VV. YARD KITTEn, 3-IAINE.- %2.000} 21-2 2 S-I do do do dodo 18'do 17 do all.defects f---. .. *,*-- -, I ,' .12toJ4-inchewide." -, v. length along up the Beaufort river'.in. aio ,,without falling' in.:his; lbeL' Oar -

CLASS No. 1.- White Ask 'Can'\, (by the 2,000 21-2 do 16. do 1,000 feet t board measure, elm' boat, boards, 10"600. .feet yellow pine .,plank,; t2.:,inches l Una with a party of the!Free and Independent erp, rests upon'one which ranasofflething J;: ; :- _

piece.) .? n j, 1xx "" 21-4 21do do 20 do 28'feet.long. ,""8 to:'*10"* J inches' wide S- S, ,J, ; thick, 25 'to'30 f et.l long,'and.12. to' .oa tbeir-waysto: 'blow him'.oat ,OL the afcer .this fashion; Tbe/imiecile'*, Billy: .
1,000 do do -3 '
94 lt tlWlt7wbit.e ah Gus, 18(set in.;. 2,000 ," 21-4 do do 17 do inch thick 1 -S ldincheswidS _water with a couple often pounders net yow1egshaordereti LGentral[wig vtbe,: -
. fiG .do do Jf do 3,000 A s 2 1-1. do do, 13 do do 500. feet, board measure; lm bf boarus; 10,000 feet yellow'pine plank,'2 1-2'' inched sailed-rrtbey loaded; Jbey saw vtbe',monsterat c.ia becile"officer of an SmDeci l dnnistra- ILion

CO' do do $ I4'i &"do 3,000 2 dado -do '15 do 28 feet long,' 8: to 10,inches de, thick 25 to 3Q feeta long,:,and.12Jo i. .distance;they primed-they.were,jast that unless heishortly: bt, r"Prtnch"

"82.. ,do doF, 13" ," do ..2,000 fA". 2 dodo .-13 do S 7-8 inch-thick:! *" ..' 14 incbeUide. .. going -whea they Ioun ther-Sea-ber- leave Irora,bis. present.""imb c3e'. posttk)0,;\

,, Jhckory Bart, (by tie piece,) 2Oo0"I&4 2,000 2 do do 12 'do"' '. 80d feet,board measure, ejm f 5btniraS :! 20,000 ,feet ,yello\ pine;plank,.'3, Jncbes pent was three'whales, which had blunderedupthestreaznineach be will be down upon him.piJuariniaWhig ;: :
do ,18'
S 2| rough hickory ban; 14 frrt IB f length,to be 2,000, 134 dodo, I5-d de "'28 feet long;'5 to 10"'inches.wide,'3-4., S ;thicfc 25to'30 feet" long S O'w.r and"12!.'to, other's wake.; And so *. S ::_ 1kI\ J, ,** ';

"straight,and to_square (5 feet abore the butt) 2,000 13-4 do( do 12 dod S inch thick.- J' V '7-14inches"w1de. ;" : ? thej$- Dtv.lnrn*'out' as,;we always I :f( :'f" :t

I i>y5inehei,' jj' : l' 9,500 2' "dor' do-7 "," 400 feet/' oard m .snrlm boat boards All to be:of the,Best fine-grained,*long-leaf pectcbcwouldery-likC'a: whaIe.i ."; Co!. Munroe' theMilitaiy'-$4fltflt._ !; 1\00 2.--Lignumti (bbe ton.) 9.500 0O"1" 11-2 do i ,do do /.- $* I. -,,S- 25 feet long, 8 w', to'10. ...inw.1. ,, {' ..3-4-_. : ; .:"y.stJe1to pine : cle xto{.-p,8uare l 'S'4 t: : T- .. ,(Puncl New Mexico .haa,issuecl''f _

l-Jt im'It ality LSgaasiTitk-.fJ'-' of the : ; inch thick;, : edged.CLAM +' ju sr ,: J :. %; i th proposing.'theelection.of; ,'1 l ." :; _
and i1tg fd j.f: un ii.ND'Cm'
I foll wiii> K; TIS' 1O,1i,1l3! ind'14"tech Cypress Boards f1r Aboard measure, :330 feetboardt nksuteelm No. 2..WA' { l'04kb03thneasuR c.- ,) attr 'tobimr ; ConvenontOfOrfla4! istItttod,4 t' .

**la dianieur, JBomntanj''io: 2 1-2 too, ..fl- ... ptrJJOtJ" ";f" : --j, : :. :: ; o feet lout, 1.toi OiJich'fiae,1... t ,1'JdfJt: t L' jtzeYioo BaltimoreS ''acknQWt sVit1ufut, tbtt, ;ZT.).thf- Thi% U is saiJ, {>":' -.*? :"''" ':
ft'L.&lUYlJ 1t' I,' 5,000 feet: 1 j4ixchCfeet.Ion. clear,fTprespIank2Q'ta. 30, I'. cinch thicks < ts / ,.9.*** i : irl lin ce.Qfittbej peop1etbemeoiVTb.. at .' S.; __ __
... > -, r toarda t inch thick iar...acCbnventioaal'llaleigD ,
.' F : < laetwl1i eA k' ; falfotCnbarMtfpaywflj.w '
-1- ie 1, board B asuref 1m boat boards, m. ; '.' oC 'laeSiTexaa eoBnnu 6n ;tq .ex. -: ,
: S,000feet.1 clearpresi:, $ .boardiZto3O, ; : *& i6/eet Jongf_4Q'toll? 'inches quitted hc--.lI, ndsomeI.H. . tempt his :
iiWj ; r .. feet l ; .f' ;o .1B.e 1 1eI .1 ;! g. tenAtbfeauthontylof': ;gcte t.OTer: :: .

,,. ., UQlCpn' foot.'. 5,000 feet Winch, .Sear *eyrarcss'boa7d: $, 20 to SO 1, ?',:Wlde. S.1nc lhi ttft..01..,.. '.: :'lo; f":J: 1 h1 : m *>:i fse i r! V1 i tJ,)l nrybasbtin hitui-. the SaiMa Fe-regton-had lauco"|VTnt|CW Tthai ." :, ;
'5 ,,mo mme feet white oakj>3 &k ROe"t'r1 i,'.. '..( et-Ioag.. _J x._ v 'r' .' i.iTX>0-fee'-bOard'Jri Sure., I'bO t'b .( d'tbic : .I r au he. Whig Candidt1ooyrnar Geftir,5T 1_;.twun':' In,hisbpnion! ? < "

.." 2.;4 fott wfeiU.. i e rr'timber or', Black Walnut '':Ma pie,:(&ca r4 mauuie ': ", 2 '2J leet Io'n' i12!tn'UJnc1iea. ,. i InelkWidW] p!,344Qt0 6 bf'Niirtl IO-.S ate:: _
,"" : square knee in frfoTfir' to .. .-t "'''y'Wb S i :\ '.- 1i.:CarO1hiabflhe .
w ttwentr.T.fc tji< a? 4 en t .i '., _, _n."''JE. ,' {' !!"r"J'oot.) {:'iJt' j .- I'' -, .. id" 't'.)J Cu tb IdE..:1 f"f) .f." fJ 1 >10"OO f lWhit'oak .r l k; : = .. ;;. tbat tmaUeri1JWOuW--ltlettlo-l-riia.::1 ,: ,- ,; _

..,,5 'y, fro .cI.&f m,#tei i 'eU*.Md to; 200 ted k-4'k. <'s .De, oards under jS'lncnes i ,wde, ,_ .. ,, L- .t. .Ip--g, h. i -" : .:,,.: t. .
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LAS Recent intelligence ha informed us of
: The anniversary J iir Nation's Independence ', 'immense Talne of the timber takeifrouk.the .
since documents The ,
Hon. W M. ,H. BROCIENBROCGH, died at 4It is known that some,line call by Col. Monresij ommnderoft.u.SI

I was celebrated ty the Whigs of St.John's his residence in,this city, on Friday morning .Thursday,. July n, 1850. were communicated;Congress by United States every,year, may be forces, and acting ,' emor IfeJ:

a county, by; a Barbecue, on the 4th of last. His disease was pulmonary,consumption the President, showing that,.in the anxietyof udged of by; the fact that the District, Attorney -! for a Convention:wine people lew

July, at a short distance from the city of St. for the relief of which he originally )br.Rtprilttlt4tiN to Congr r, the Administration to be the first to re of Michigan recently reported 'to the for the purpose of forming a ter'tory State

Augustine. Nearly in came to Florida, and which, during his residence E. CARRINGTONrCABELL.copmr, of the that he bad au-
Whig Solicitor
,,every the here has operated as a continual drag cognise the independence of Hungary in the Treasury government. :j.A .ft .

: county was present, a.Tidthe day was passed; upon his physical and mental energies, ana .. event continued success in her late struggle tho zed- the Marshal to seize some twelve later telegraphic despatch in
fa'rational joy and hilarity. DAVID R. DUNI MASS D1 ETIJIP. of feet of lumber sawed and in the te'Bt
millions ,
: consigned him to the grave at the early age In accordant... with 1ibDopted a special,agent was despatched with more American ; ;
!.ut, Esq., prewdedftVesistcd by GEORGE of 37. As a citizen of Florida,he has nev- the ftIJI' instructions to act in conformity with the log, lying at different sawmills in the State, Delegates has 'aw-uf held, which '
'in' Jacksonville
at held
". WASHINGTON, F#qn 'and: Col- Jos. S. SANCHEZ ertheless held no undistinguished position Whig Meeting, liberal views of our Other taken by trespassers rs from Uncle Sam's formed and
government. for
Presidents. Under the Territorial government, he was on the let of June, a Mass Meeting of the a

as Vice one of the Senators from the Western Dis County will be held' tGr nlli iJl,'on the communications _have been subsequently land.A. the government oft e,State of New Mexico.

\ I The following toasb;were drank with enthusiasm trict-at one time President of the SenateU. 3d day of next to nominate made from'the State :Department, 'showingthat case has justbeen decided in the United The Convention assembled, at Santa Fe on
August Whig
| '" : 1'l,, ; S. District Attorney for the Western Dis Mr. Marsh, our-Minister to Turkey, States District Court of Alabama, where the 15th May, and:the session
candidates for the next General .
trict-a think of the Constitutional Assembly.It lteight
member (we ) -
p. the Daniel Gore of Tuscaloosa
Regular.1st. directed solicit of Porte county,
also to
nine time
was Constitution
w or days
Convention, and Representative in is hoped there will be a numerous attendance inl
.. The Day we celebrate : sacred to liberty Congress from the State. He was, in fact, of the voters of the respective (within whose dominions Kossuth and his fined $300 and imprisonment for cutting# 400 would go into operation ,
and the of pre wasoe
j 2d. The Constitution rights Man.of the United States a man of genius-possessed of a remarkably cincts of the county. A. Barbecue will be compatriots: were held) permission for these pine trees from the public lands. The following about July. fTh'e boundaries of the l

;. strong, clear, brilliant, and comprehensive honored refugees to take passage in an points were decided by the case :
formed by the \risdoni of the and heroes for the occasion. State were ,
sages provided den 'a slvery' prohiit
mind not it be well balanced -
may in 1st That the from
of the Rrivo1utio {; the puny attacks of American war vessel then the Mediter- cutting or removing The Constitution va.i adopted on
but in its .
traitors upon it are like the nibblings of the always powerful operations.As ranean for our own shores, which offered the public lands any timber of, any descrip 25t
he forcible PROPOSALS FOR NAVAL TIMBER. in fifteen days,afterwards
May an
t % the file. ; a public speaker, was very tion is indictable and punishable by ; elc\1
viper on
k 3d. Our glorious Tjhidu with and often brilliant, and as an advocate at the The attention of contractors and others is them an asylum in their adversity. The imprisonment.2d. was to take place foj t members of,te
\ ;. observance of the compromises and a proper- bar, we suppose he will be conceded to have directed to the advertisement of the Bureauof vessel was the steamer Miss sippi. The That the entry of the lands by the lature; two Senators acd
r ', of the Constitution.,.'it must be perpetual. al had a man no superior of energy in this and State.decision He, and was but with-for Naval construction, for proposals for furnishing Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs replied the trespasser, after the trespass, b no bar to i Congress would soon be Rpen1n e a

:\ (6 4th.cheers.The) the constantly depressing and hampering effect Timber,&c., to be found on the first that the Porte was possessed of a list, communicated mdictent. statute of limitation does not forts made to takes J their seats. } $t.

; memory Washington. (Standing of disease he would have won for himself by the Austrian government, of aiid
Train Otero
Henry Connelly
and in silence. : page. to run till five after the Judge
) begin years trespass. a
_ _
a national reputation. Living, we nev- srch and Poles
as impli-
". Hungarians were the mostt >minent candidates for
5th. The President of the United States : looked him but with and The imprisonment in the above case was among pr
er sorrow CONGRESS.On
,, In the Cabinet, as upon the battle-field' he sympathy upon to see such excellent powers the cated, and that in consequence of an offer by the Judge made merely nominal, at the Governor, and Cap A. W. RyoL and
will illustrate the aunals. of his country's tethered and incurable Friday, an important spontaneously, it bound itself to keepin R.H. ?"
by an undermining suggestion of the United States District At- Major Weight an forSnae. liu1p-
taken in the Senate tbfe amendment "
: 'glory. ((6 cheer) was on
disorder, and dead, we regret the removal of the Ottoman dominions, under certain posed that Hugh N.j present delegate
r 6th. The Gov nor of Florida: honest, one who contributed no small mite to the offered by Mr. Soule, providing for the ad- conditions which it then torney.
iT faithful, and capa le. (6 chetrs.) intellectual character of the State.-Talla- mission of California by Presidential procla- was endeavoringto The judgment in the above case is strengthened : in Congress, irfjould be elected t the
1 those of the chiefs of said
7th. The Congress of the United States : execute, people House of Repre&ent&ives."
haseee Sentinel, 2d inst. and, confirmed by a recent decision of
may it be purged; of abolitionists' nullifiers, mation, as soon as she shall adopt tbe Mis- whose names were entered on the list ; and

(demagogues! and ultras, of every kind. (3 Feeling In South Carolina. souri line as her Southern boundary; and they were compelled to this course with a the Supreme Court of the United States, at CAUCUS.

cheers.) The Charleston Mercury says, since the erecting a territorial government in South view of acting with sincerity and probity; Washington, on an appeal from the Unite The following letter refers to a caucus of .
8th. The Army and Navy of the United States Circuit Court of the District of Mich-
Senate has voted down the Missouri Com California
with privilege of future State that it would offer obstacle the members of the louse favorable to the,
States. no or difficultyto
,, promise,that "it is time to burnish the sword igan. The' United States Supreme Court in
V. 9th. The memory: of the gallant dead,who and jilf the quiver witli arr01CS.?' A corres- admission-with or without slavery, &c. the departure of the others to whatever that decision : admission of California alone, held o the

poured out their Mood for the honor and glory pondent of the same paper declares that The vote on the proposed amendment re- place they desired. It is added, however, says : night of the 28th ult" About forty members :

S. ico.of our country, on the' battle-fields of Mex Me Union must fall, or the South must fait1 suited in its rejection, which was as follows : that the request of the American adminis- trees C The is indictable cutting; and and using so oak the and hickory and were present. ; .
that is he t ; cutting
for a "fall" of kind. !
10th. Clay Cas?. Webster Dickinson goes some Yeas-Messrs. Atchison, Barnwell, Ber- tration was communicated favorably by the using any other description of from A Southern caucus was held on the same
He further thinks that it is .time to "stiffen rien Butler Clemens Davis of Miss. Daw- :
Mangum, and tbose'no le Senators with the sinews, the blood." He does ,Downs, Foote ,Houston, Hunter, Porte to the Russian and Austrian Minis- the public lands would be equally indictable; evening, says a desp; tch, at which the members
jsummpn up son, King,
them, who soaring above party, exert their believe and being so, the punishment by fine and resolved ciainx the Missouri l line.A
not that it will -excite the jealousyof Mason, Morton, Rusk, Sebastian, Soule, ters, but without effect. The Sardinianand .
talents and to i imprisonment must follow in all cases.
energies restore harmony to "
other Southern States if South Carolina
Turneyr British Ambassadors also seconded the Corresponded eg Baltimore Swt*
the councils of the nation and ,
swear uponS would take the lead in the "revolution.On ."
Baldwin Bell
NaysMessrs. Badger
WASHISOTOX June 30 1850..
altar of their that the
the Union request. LAND
the the South "now looks to
contrary, Benton, Bright, Cass, Chase, Clarke, Clay,
shall be preserved." (9 cheers.) this State (Carolina) to set an example." Cooper, Corwin, Davis, of Mass., Dayton, These facts show how reckless and hollow !- The House of Representatives, on the 25th Caucas of the 'Cdfonia Immediatet"

11 tho Agriculture national and Commerce, the A seccnd correspondent of the same pa- Dickinson, Douglass, Felch, Greene, Hale, were the assaults of the enemies of ult., passed the Bounty Land Bill, by a vote Strength and'vi -Nf
handmaids of Determination
prosperity. per recommends the formation of State and Hamlin, Jones, Miller, Norris, Pearce, the President in their him JIajOity.Eitl" {Toy- t
.. .. 12th. Florida : among the youngest of the charges against of 155 to 36. The bill is as follows : Give
local associations association Money
each to be Pre
Phelps, Pratt, Seward, Shields, Smith, Sturgeon 0
'. sisterhood of States,. she yields to none in entitled to one delegate, and the delegates, : Underwood, Upham, Wales, Walker, i. of indifference to the great popular move- SEC. 1. Be it enacted fyc., That each of the Mmisio1' ion.. .

devotion to the Unica. (6 cheers.) when necessary to meet in a General Webster Whitcomb-36. : ment in Hungary and connivance at the surviving commissioned and noncommissioned whether'the free
We see, to-njorrow,
13th. The Women f America (6 cheers.) Council" of the Southern States. A third The following eight named Southern men despotic intrigues of Austria and Russia. officers, musicians, or privates, whether soilers have the stren_rth to carry into effectight f
that the Missouri of regulars, volunteers, or militia,
J.olllneerl. correspondent suggests, rangers ofFrida In the first
The interviews resolve :
described place
feeling to have their; ?
voted it
against : service in
who performed military regiment
Compromise be again offered in the Senate, any ;
wfrconsider ther the House
By the President -of the Day. Henry accompanied with the declaration from Badger, of North Carolina, Benton, of taken place between General Taylor and company, detachment in the serviceof it is to be the settled or not., wl

Clay; devoted to trtflh, honor, and patriotism Southern Senators and Representatives, thatif Missouri, Bell, of Tennessee, Clay and Un- those engaged in the Hungarian strugglewho the United States in the war with Great order Galphin report House will lose i.
the ,
-like Cincinnati*' of old, (though not it is not adopted, they will resign their derwood, ot Kentucky, Pierce and Pratt, of have arrived on our 'shores, of itself Britain, decare. by the United States on special if ht'tthe This interval

as a dictator) he ; ha* left his plough to fly seats and return to their constituents.: Maryland, and Wales, of Delaware. Bor- speaks a volume in proof of the strong I 18th day 1812, or in any of the will fortnight afiord time!they for *)e up.Senate if

to the rescue of bis country. It was but a short time since that the land, of Arkansas, Mangutn, of North Caro- spmpathy felt by him for their cause.- Indian wars since i 1790, and each commissioned tfifc adjustment u bill.pass At

By the first Vice President. John C. Cal- whole people of South Carolina denouncedthe lina, and Spruance, of Delaware, were ab They knew the man they approached, and officer who was engaged in the military they can ever pass Friffttfr night, of members of
bonn: in his dealh :\"e mourn a nation's Missouri Compromise. They now felt that the tale of theirtrials but awakenedin service of the United States in the late the meeting on U
) propose favorable the immediate admission
House : -
loss.' uNihilde reoituit nisi bonum."" sent.As his bosom chord. with mexico shall be entitled, for twelve the
t to "don the casque and buckle on the to the negative vote, the "SouthernPress" a responsive war of California from all othepquestions
the second Vice, Pres. Jent. Tha President months' service to hundred and
By armor," if it is not re-enacted. It was only one sixty the free era took the lead-Mr.
of the United States, Gen. Zachary remarks r EAST FLORIDA TVRPENTINE. of land for six months' service, to scf
at the last session that thie Compromise was acres ; in he chair. The
Taylor. j offered and rejected in the House of Repre- "We are happy to state that several of We some time since commented at lengthon eighty acres of land; and for three months' Booth, Conn. 'M&srs Gcddings Wilmot principal .
By Bernardo Segui.! Spain and the United the Southern Senators who voted in the service of land speakers were s
sentatives; yet nothing was heard at that the promised results of the effort being to forty acres : Provi and Wentworth.: of rules-
States: May their' ancient relations of time of "swords" and "arrows of "sinews"and negative so because they did not think made lands The person so having been in sbal subject
on adjacent to the St. John's, of the House was dv&nssed, and the question
amity continue unaltered forever., "blood," of sectional "associations" and the amendment adequate to tbe security of I not receive said land, or any part i anti-California
whether the
revive tbe trade which ;
By Thomas T. Russell. The Hon. E. C. "councils." It is hard to believe that a State Southern rights." to Turpentine was it shall appear by the muster-roll of his regiment -
by parjiimentary experiments,
Cabell, our present Representative in Con. which wheels 'right about" in this way is As the Missouri line is strenuously so extensively pursued during the possessionof or corps that he deserted or was dishonorably minority the can, '. the California bilL

gress: The peopteot: : Florida, having implicit in earnest. Our friends over the river are' claimed by the most ardent Southern men to Florida by the English, as is evidencedby discharged from service, or if he prevent The principal passage difficulty that presented.itself .

.. confidence in his i 'Honesty, capability, and certainly jesting; or it may be as these articles be more advantageous to the South than thousands! of exhausted trees, having the has received or is entitled to any land bounty the meeting wiw in regari to their first
experience, are again'willing to confide their under act of heretofore t
Congress passed.
: appeared on the 4th July, they were any
rights and the rights. ,of the South to his merely letting off a little of their superabundant : the Compromise proposition, we are not old box and chip marks, seea in every direc SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That means fact there, i. a no pracfiial to majority believe; that and, in

hands. : spirit of"seventy-six." It will be time surprised to find a strong Southern vote in tion. The effort to which we referred be. each commissioned and noncommissionedofficr California 5mmediat4 reason*, have a majority. te

By Major B. A. Pntiiam. Zachary Tay enough to prepare for war when every expedient favor of it. Yet there are several who are gins to ripen, and the results are fulfilling musician or private for whom pro- they have, it must .JN of a patient nature,
lor, the President of the People- to vision is made section hereof
prompt which patriotism and honor can the most sanguine expectations. We men by fiom? till
vindicate their ,,and 'to their in the affirmative on this vote, who are and as it has waited: January July,
rights preserve is exhausted. Until that time receive a certificate or warrant from
arrives -
suggest tioned that several individuals about shal it be content to;wait from July till
honor. His administration forms a refreshing WE ARE FOR THE UNION. known to favor the Committee's plan.- were Department of the Interior for the quanti. may Ja-
} d that under
; oasis on the waste of our political des lo embark in the experiment of obtaining he be entitled and uary. Mr. GidJingjjetat<: these
g Savannah Republican. Little is lost to the South, it seems to us, by ty to may ruler! be with made a stand
ert, to cheer and to gladden' the eye and the this vote which merely rejects an amend- turpentine. We now name the following which may be located by the warrantee, or the, Texan 'liDorit measure, and
I .. breast of the patri: l. New Steamer from Savannah to Florida* his assignee, or heirs-at-faw, at land office against .
individuals most and others any
directly engaged, .
fOQ hour Mr.
what has been termed "the beaten in 1 ?
ment involving ; were '
N1s n. Revolution the Wimt
; By Thomas : learn that Messrs M. of the United in
We are pleased to one body, ana
interested, in the business,' which has States said if will give!be a majority. I ensure .
ridiculous notion of non-intervention South you -
of freemen ben the
resort oppressed by A. Cohen and others have just signed a in conformity to the legal 1 of the
bill ia three
tyranny of a despotic:{;overnment.By contract with J. F. Rodman, Esq., of New and hostile intervention North of 36, 30.- past the ,stage of experiment, and is nearly public lands, upon any of the lands in such the passage of the!$6 i of the days- -

Major M.\ Usipa* Ssward, Yulee, and York, for a superior fast steamer. to be delivered Nothing can be an improvement on the in the flood of success : Messrs. Fernandez district then subject to private entr; and notwithstanding forty-five 9orl at minorty.

his friend Hale-a beautiful trio. here on the 1st of November nextto & Murdock, G,B. Reab, H. D. Holland, F. on the return of such up Te present cu.
Compromise but a positive declaration in agreed to i jibe bill, and io suffer
Our Vice President press
By Andres Canovja between Savannah and the St. John's, with evidence of the location thereof having
Mr. Fillmore. \t' stopping at all the usual landings., favor of slavery South of the line. In the L. Dancy, Robt. Harrison, sr., J. P. Sanderson been legally made to the General Land nothing to interfere with it-not even the

By Thomas AndicW The lIon. E. C. This steamer is warranted run 15 miles absence of this, the Compromise is the best Miles Price, M. Brady, and James A. a patent shall be issued therefor: O- Galphin. V

Cabell : may hIs deds he recorded in the an hour. 'She is to be furnished as well as plan offered. Pickett. Mr. S. B. Thompson, of Black' the event of the death of any commissionedor They have, I imajjne; reckoned without
yet their host. I do not believe they find
I I heart of every Vhi. any boat on the North River, and to be delivered Creek, we learn, designs embarking in the non-commissioned officer, musician or wi a
majority at this the
ready ,
Matthias Lco ardi. The lIon. EdwM) practical
By with furniture and of the
here findings TilE TROOPS IN FLORIDA. private, prior or subsequent to
business in the fall, and others be expected passage contest. Many wilt| e disposed to wait for
C. Cabell he has been in the balance may
: ; weighed description on bocrd. She will be of this act and who shall have served
every The U. S. Fashion arrived at New
a the action of the See another
and not found Wanting we'II send him to follow. The only still in operation wek T
; 141 feet long on the water line, with 24 feet aforesaid, and who shall not have received
; to Congress again by JV triumphant majority. breadth of beam. She is to have a ladies Orleans on the 16th nit, ,with five companies is that erected by Messrs. Fernandez & bounty> land for said serics the said certificate plan of the majoitrdt a ,

If f By George Wi.bfrlgton. Major John and gentleman's saloon, each with eight of the 7th regiment of infantry, under the Murdock, near this town. This still has : or warrant shall isued in favour and \vi be to tire'and out if thstji niaority, by refusing

Beard: we heartily accord him all praisefor State Rooms-two births in each room.- command of Col. Plympton. They sailed between inure to the benefit of his widow, provided t9 adjourn TU ne$3' ssary, making a continuous .
successful two
been in operation ?, majority can relieve
those domestic viihies which so eminent- Mr. Rodman is the same person who built she was married to such officer or soldier sitting.
him &iom station from Tampa Bay on the 13th. and three weeks, and there has been already guard, ths,'n ight watch by turns,
ly qualify to : a private ; the Alida-one of the fastest boats ;In the before the conclusion of his service, and,is '
political The Fashion returned and again left while the whole, or n< the whole of the
t and well-- knowing' hirf *aversion to United States. received for distillation over 800 barrelsof unmarried at the date of her application: .ary
contest"; arising; frob, his "diffidence of, his St. Ancient speaking I Tampa on the 25th ult., arriving New'Or- That land minority must be, After all his
\ The Augustine City, crude turpentine, of which 335 have been Provid further, no warrant, fatigue, the bill, if gnt, will to the
I abilities and that ;bi? trust is not for the of this new boat, says: "The Savannah leans on the 29th, with the remaining five of the provisions of this act, shall go
: this be laid
Senate of
distilled. From 1,600 gallons spirits to OR! the
of the Democratic tble. 1any
success party only we people understand their interest. By keeping be> laid of the United Statesto
of .the 7th regiment, under the upon any
companies land friends of the and of
pledge ourselves in hill behalf, to do all in these boats and adding to the numbers have been obtained, and about 200 barrels which there a right,
up command of Co!. B pre-emption its southern opponent!?, forming a majorityof
hi from his friends. Company ,
to rosin has been
r our power save as trade increases, they secure Savan- rosin. The virgin dip pro or upon which'there be actual settlement '
4 By John M. Irwia. Integrity, industry, nah as the depot and trading mart for all of the 4th artillery, Major Morris commanding nounced by a competent judge to be fully and sha, except a with the the it boy, .will i: it on the table or reject

and perseverance: vine: Jacob's ladder to the interior of East Florida; as it is now two- was to leave Fort Brooke on the 25th, Smith's No.1. consent of such settler, to be satisfabtorily 'ji il;

prosperity: and indel\ dence. thirds of the wholesale and retail businessof for Key West, in the U. S. steamer Colonel equal to Wimingon cur- proven to the proper land This day ends the" ;fiscal year, and the'

By Major Putnam. The Hon. Jackson all that region of country, contiguous to rent prices are being paid at SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That Secretary of the Treasury pay out 'nO .

Morton. the St. John's, is transacted in that city.- Clay.There the still, which is higher than the general all sales, mortgages, letters of attorney, or more moneY-If aayjjie h3.3-tl Congresspass

By Edward A. Ro sll. The Whig party: Were they to put on a propeller from Sa. will remain in Florida twenty-two quotations South of Wilmington, the object other instruments of writing, going to affect the appropriation Wen that

.. May they always be found ready, and not vannah to Key West, touching in at St. companies of artillery. Five companies of i being to offer inducement to the title or claim to any warrant or certificate will be no man can Undertake to say. T

4 wanting, when called opou lo vindicate theirL Augustine, New Smyrna, Indian River, Indian the 2d artillery are at Indian river, commanded every persons hereinbefore provide made or eiecu appropriations lot tb pear are
cause.By. and Nassau New Provi. of limited means to engage in obtaining the most instances, and:the, will not
,.t Key, Miami, Lowd of 2d ted: prior to the warrant or certificate -I ; Sret
: Darius ABen. The Whig party : dence, they would secure all the'travel, pro- by Maj. ; one company crud article. We believe a single still ishardly shall be null and void, to all intents make any more transfers, P1y anythingout

honesty and integrity are their highest duce and trade of the sea coast, most of artillery at Miami river,commanded by Maj. equal to the present ratio of supply, aud purposes whatsoever ; nor shall such of the srlus fand.

:;: praise; these are tuerr,, guides in all jobs, which now goes to Charleston in schooners." Woodbridge; four companies of 3d artillery, and as new embark in the trade,and certificate or warrant, or the land obtained Some controversy,!; tely arose in the Senate
whether domestic br foreign I ; their aim is for Savannah Republican. under Col. ordered to Fort persons be in affected to opinions on the
I Steptoe, are thereby, aywi by or charged as 1 Calbod'J) ? sub
the increases there is little doubt
a the good of their country, not for their pock supply ,
with O subject of debtor ject of the It
payment ha
three [
I: ets; and with thm ,he lowest estimate is DEPLORABLE AFFAIR.-A Bride Shot !- Meade, where there are now companies -I that another still will be in a short time claim incurred by such officer or any soldier Missur sted"th" eorprmse., desired
always accepted. A couple named Anthony Putnam and Catharine of the 1st artillery, under command of erected. prior to the issuing of the patent; to speak again t$g rl.purpose spoilingthe

.t By Capt Joseph J ,&, one of the defenders Soumeyer, were married in Ci cinnati, Capt. Vodges; two companies of the 4th at The trade increases the demand for pine I' That the benefits of thi act shall Pro accre adjustment bill.. ,:..iThe committee of thir
of Baltimqrd'i' 1814. The Declaration : Chockonickla commanded 'to who member of had at the time
Roberts not
by Capt. any person teen beeppointetI
of Indepe 1 in 1776 : may all a short time since, and while returning to ; lands near the river, large quantities of present when Mr. : that desire.

parties agree an in the good cause of the residence of the father of the bride, a two companies of the 4th artillery at Fort which have been already entered, for turpentine Congress.Mr. Calhoun.expressed: ION4

supporting and dM-tllifing! that independence duelling pistol was fired at the party by a Hamer, commanded by Maj. Morris ; one We bear frequent inquiry Cabell, in enclosing us a copy of tbe .
purposes. "
'. while the world 1M"| : of the 4th artillery Charlotte above, writes: TttSJLlO: GRAND
named Richard Overbeck. The company
young man for bounty land warrants; which FOB
Thou"ustin.\ are
'4 "By Mr. Liberty and Harbor, commanded by Brevet Capt. Rains "Some time ago Committee on Public Accounts from the tiio Grande to the 26th
J I Commercial
: ;
IJL Union now and forclcr one and inseparaI says now likely to become drug in the market;
ble. ;, il "Some- sixty snot- entered- tbe-bride's-- lace- one company (mounted) of the 4th artilleryat so that with this means of obtaining the Lands were instructed by the House to report ult. state that there Ij re been tw eng

By George George.! The natural right neck, and bosom! Some shot passing her Fort Meade, commanded by Capt. Getty; best lands at low prices, and the tested suc- a bill to grant a donation of lands to meats with the Indiaraji, one by a p y

of man, Liberty!:. .? : took effect in the face Joseph Linenkugel. and three companies of artillery at,Calocka- cess of turpentine-getting, we may expect a those engaged.n 'the late war with Great, Rangers from Capi.|Kirdfs: Company, under

... -- By James R. Pni| ; May the Whigs stick Both were much injured, but the young hatche, commanded by Major Ridgely. large share of attention to the pine "dig Britain, Seinole war,' &c. command of Lieut; f lker, which
together until thqy 46ve every Locofoco out bride is in an awful situation, and it was gings" of the St.>John's. r or
ofCongress. J i feared she would die. It was impossible to -. "The House h been some'day considering between Rio. "Grand*!tity and; Ot

'By James Bai .p.r., May the Union be extract the shot, as they were deeply imbed- IMITATION OF STYLE. The Ancient City-the Democratic print this report, and have finally passed by the other by? a detsdiijr-ent} of regular troops

-. preserved to all tine bit the, principles of the ded in the flesh, and so near the jugular Though; averse to political contests, and of St. Augustine-comments on the appointment D vote of 155 t 36 the enclosed bill, which under command of Li ut on,the
?' Constitution. ,i ; t vein. Some, it was found, had penetratednear diffident of my ability to fulfil the hopes of Under
'I of' Chas. H. Merritt' as agent to take has been sent to the Snate. I think it will Rio Dulce. Lieutl said have
41 tbe brain. The husband when friends, the circumstances that'
By George 'W& iDton. David L. Yulee : young my attendedmy Wkr t
& his recent courseuibe 1| Senate has fulfilled our reporter saw the couple, was wiping the nomination forbid me decline it." the censal-of New Mexico. ''I throws 'out, pass that body with perhaps some. amend defeated the Indians four and wouadx

the'measure of our Ripect tionlS. "Do men blood from his wife's wounds, as it oozed The above forms'a brief paragraph in the as a sort of tub to the,whale; 'the idea that ments., ing others; he lost' 9r!\ > man, in the engage-,

I gather grapes of': jlltwas or figs of thistles 7" out. The wife was in great agony; a crowdof very brief reply of Maj. Beard to the l late it would have been peculiarly fitting that a "It isnot: such D bill as, I approve of in ment. Lieut .Underwood: was also,successful -.

r By Thomas %) SasSuwannee Springs.It Floridian received,the appointment, as there all its details. A larger amount of'land in defeating,tbajfe emy, although_
Toward-a good] !rid sterling Whig, who discharged: pistol 6f
r' never falters wbe&ihifl! ;cervices are needed. had fled to Kentucky. Dr. Cooper at- will strike everyone asa. happy combination are many,native,born'citiiens of St.Augustine should have been given to those who served ceived. a wound bi/
I F } -By Francis Br ii?{. May: no Whig be tended the unfortunate people. There were of the' memorable phraseology# of Gens. Pensacola, or ,Fernandina, whos ac less than twelve months. But it will be a This will'havejmj ,six,encounters had

absent. from the ptjU at the Fall election. little hopes of the recovery of the wife.- Taylor and Cass. ''We thought Old Zack quaintnce' tbe ,Spanish tongue would measure of relief and common,j justice to wpin the space of one

By Thomas Keiton. The memory of What a sad, affair!" I had a copy-right to "diffidence of have better :'qualified them"' to discharge the many of my, constituents." wihtbe'Tge '
kI Gen; Montgomery;of the army of the Revolution -' I duties. .This is all well enough the deviceof t.1:; i1 t .
who glorkjuliy fell ;, in the cause of. ELOPEMENT is HIGH LITE.-The New and never dreamed that anyone'would fall i "

I h his adopted country before the walls of Que : Orleans True Delta of the 29th ult., says:- back upon circumstance," after Gen. awakening prejudice against Mr.' .Cabell, In giving some statistics, a week or. two A gentleman of 4 4 .r?QthStei ha.5

"Circles of the ton were thrown into a terrible in the minds of for since,of the ,amount of from the St. raised &
bee.: <.\\\\ Cass's disclosure in the Chicago l letter:, Whig applicants office, exports recently fftl'ttom a

By Andrew Ltpe| ". Florida : the Para- fttate of excitement yesterday, by the an. ., were not a the motive. There John's we_were considerably belowsthe. estimate Wakulla Sprng,; ,tt ,:several.'

I diN and of flowers.the Union.'jtbi:i\\\i"l land of, health, beauty, night nouncement last. Tbe of an fair elopement one, Miss on Wednesday.-,'is a The officers of the Cub n'expedition"arresied are'.no:do app8t: in Florida well qualifiedtEsp in stating the annual shipment of f lumber bone of some ,Ty. nt1,-I largerthaeditor._ !

: By F. Arnau, ;}| .ythe wings of liberty -I, budding beauty of scarcely 17 summers,and at Key West, and ,conveyed to New rCor the duties of.any office; but i at' some fifty or' sixty cargoes., From of the Times I td o composing tha'mammoth

never lose a.fea:her.i an heiress, and the gay Lothario, Mr.H-n, Orleans on the sloop'Randall H._Green,'displayed Mr. Mert is himself a resident, New July, 1849, to July 1850, il0 vessels have ekeletoi' Philadelphia a

ri: 4.p i ,- -4!:; r ,;I IPOWEU' __:__ who bore her off in triumph, is a prominent their flag at the-mast l head'on leaving Mexic; ''already familiar t with the natives o departe loaded with lumber. Baltimore museujBs 'JA part of a task was

STATt,7;!|rETjr.: .-This beautiful member of ,the New Orleans of bar. The pa- the lormerport. : l language,,,, '(which'.we think.i is BIt secured, measuria l( !n eight inches;; ,Jo Sameter -;
of the course indig-
_ i! work of hid :'was reported to beloit rents young lady are i the Fl entitled the. is :stated that Professor Webster has the lengthef; h5ch ,. ,hY been
nant-the mamma particularly-and a will .case,), no,' rd! l'i to
in tbe wrec1t!$>?4 vessel Cartbagena confessed to the Governor of Massachusetts
A .
; disinheriting' the disobedient and perverse GEORGIA ASD FLORIDA.- plank road place he holds and eight or ten feet. t31'tbn'aDd were
any 'up
I it now turns on I outwu its doi;#' fbi wamaged, city. at.A all friend; and of is beauty, has, we understand, already' ', passed meeting was recently li ldat: Newport,Wa it only recognizes the ''justic'of importing the,killing' of Dr. Parkman, but denies the. resting on, .the J ,\o, 1.. I:,at a

I Mr. Powers,way who)if dnt to the place where it through the notarial formula.1* kulla co.f for .the purpose of making ar m nto: fill:offices over the heads of equally intent or crime of' murder. ,. depth of foty-fir,1 fi4"her hey had been)\
5 wan supposed to;Jto J lost.'found :it safe and We notice among a'list of beverages tobe rangements" a-the construction. of a plank, competent residents. If the'ni City is The schooner':Madonna" 'with i the" frequently ohservJ>| :r ieistinct" p

A, without a speck el: ;i iijtry! ( Although there bad at a refectory; Vicksburg: "Pine road from "Newport to ,the Georgia: line, in a sudden convert to this dotrine"we; anal! aid to have ,formed.part of th Spia ness_to enable ,te > bolder-to-detenaio'r t *
t u were other copietp itbit, j&Utue ext&nt1'e' Apple Juleps, Cherry Cobblers,: Cuba the direction of Albany, with a view oi connecting probablyihereafter lose,its advocacy : grrsn' their character., fV hall puhfish'the' M

I. believe that none feftibenvwere; destined for Punches, and California Adieus., "-What's it eventually with tbe'.internal; improvement of the"rightsof the, ,East" ''in,our'own State_ of CaerateailorNeW ".
this Ar.y Zzk..Post.' : account given bytj: ) j '
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Meeting at:Tan&L.Txii List.of,Letters LIST 011'OFFICERS ii- ;
under Providence, saving limb and 1 doubt 'JleeJaa.I.eal Art aa< *ci. .. :
RE.'vrAINING in the Post Offle at Jackson $APRIZZ4 not my life. I most cheerfully recommend Has r.
Juni> j JO,1850. ..June 30th, 1830.- & :- ,. the best article for UM purification the D. APPLETOJT& : -**'.>,
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Armstrong, Hendrick, Andrew : .
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The Contention of Delegate* $ county Adams John K. Hamaend. George ,Go"tnlorTHmlAs Bzowic. Yours; respectfully,1; JA-TES MILLER. RAVE cotnix or &! elm

of Hillsboro Fla, convened |or the pur- Andrew,John P Hurbwt, Benjamin &cretar of State, 0;W. DoWl'lnm. :1 10 f Parti Pries .Tventy-Fnt, Ctt '
Baker Joseph S Johnston, Edward-2 Attorney General DAVID P. HOG"; : :ULCERATED THROAT. "
hewishes A
of giving expression to of J Comptroller Snlor TowLE. : Dictionary, -
pose Brantley, John Johnston C N NO"WC N Y-.O. ;1G. '
the people of the county aporsthfc,subject of Brothers Andrew W Johnston, James A Treasurer W31. R. H4TWUD -. MESSES. A. B. t D. SANDS MACHINES, MECJl.ANIC8.z ENQJj
Bibb, George H Johnson, Martha Register:t&te Lantis Jomr BEAtD. ings of to-f GeUmFe WORK AND ENGIXEKR1NQ;
the removal of the Seminole Ibsons assembled Baker John Jones John A Clerk Superior Court, R. S. Huw D.Judicia" .- ga.titU ida bl me I have mb derived from Designed for Practical Working Hea ." '

at the Court House to-day1, at 12 o'clock Bacon, MrBurney. IrwinJohnMLonthsr ., -t a u.oflrS I bar lo several those intended for the Eagmewi' ..
Meshack Miss C -
M. present : Bray, John N-2 ,Langrton, Wm. R." Circuit. Jndgi. Itisidenee.Western. I .ea bead, which at times would scrofulous gather swellings and ia my log Profession, '_;;:,,.

Dr. FRAXELrN BiAKcn, Judge JOSIAH Bragdon, John D' Moote, A Hon. G. S. Hawkins. Apaiaebicols at icy throat, nose, and ears, and at d.1 EDITED BT OUTEA BTBXE, -
Bethune, George McKee, Frances RMorgan -<3 Middle. HeD. Thoz Baltse TaJIahuece. breakout to different parts of my face and bead. Formerly .f MtllAn CtJhtf .
/ Pnfator .
GATES, Delegates from Manatee Caldwell, George James WMekinlay Eastern. HoD.Tho. Jacksonville.Southern. ; These .
Douglas. continued until my throat, face and head Citnl Efiittnf London. Alilhee and J- _,,'
JOSEPH HOWELL, WILLIAM HAKDCOCC, I Captain of the schooner ,Job Hon. J.B.Lancaster Key Wen. were almost one complete lr and for along time renter of the "Calmiwt of Fun," "!*, .
Emetine.' Marine Elsy-3 J. M. Landrumt W. Circuit.Uebeeanna.S. ,! I was 1 hoa that it the difficulty New and htprand Sytlem'vf Lot*
from Ichepukcassa. f ; Carter, Isaac Mitchell. Capt T G B. Stephens' M. Quine,.-, I eu speak above a uo. D riihmt:bnJjj EttHt*'E. ."- -
Jon PARKER from Af&fin. Clark. Capt Nath T-2 Maria Margaret J. P. SanderllOn, "E. Jacksonri11e.O. the time Ih atkofp118 did ijr Colon" tU. tic
Capt. .
Campbell, James Newgon, Sarah B B. Hart) S. Key West. diseases. .1 physicians, and
J. HART from Clear VYaier Harbor. I Clay, Thomas Napier I tried --
ELIAS Margaret remedies, but no
County relYe bet nulls WORK lie r Jar$". .
i Conner, James O'Brine, Mkal Officer l until commenced using .
JOHN Di&uGBixP.MIN MOODT' from Conant, Capt Warren Peadon, James A (First name Judge or Probate-2dname,Clerk ) am now well; thesoresarenowlihesJj and I ing nearly TWO Th.uwso.aa.xs,"'If I.
Caroline Peacock Jas AT of Circuit Court-3d f-4th .' the result of rimes HOTPKID nates and sixwOOD.Ctra Doft&JI
Tampa Precinct. Coy name, name, atribut entirely t your nlnbie med It win '
Dell, Susan Quackenbor, J \1 wherever it occur, (AI in Gadsden, &c.) Tax ici. Yours,with respect and gratitude, present 'eitkis.g.drsw1.gand
The Convention: organized by the appointment Davidson,1 S Reany, John Assessor and Collector.} IN dT/AUT BOTTLES. descriptions of the most bnpsct&IU -
r:3 Coo in the United .
States. Ind j n at tk* results
of Dr. Franklin Branch, President Devere.f amnelDagnerrian Rowse, \VIl't A Count,. Oftirert. Pest Office.rrtstmf Being pe!sonaUy with the person American ingenuity, it*ia.tail .
Artist to I
Russell Wm
and J. Darling Clerk. F Cfrnt.Eacambia FOR TlE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT I above ned I believe her statement to b cor ptete practical treatises on MeehMac*.MaekbMrr
i any Richard, Mary Ann-2 OF ALL DISEASES ARISING rect. JAJCES M. D. CARE, Engine-work, and Eng1neringh aQ that la
the Convention Dibble, Mr Steel, Lewis charles Evan Pensacola FROM AN IMPURE I
deliberation STATE Justice
After mature I OF of the Pesce. useful more than ODe tbeassa41jmzs' vartk
Dobson A T Smart James M FEDeLaRus
announced the following preamble and resolutions Dell Sannders, George Antoine J Coffins' SY HIT OF THE Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail by A. of folio volnnes maraabMS and her books.
and desireof Eagan George Silcoz,James A S. Rosa John Chain Milton E VI. B. ft D. SANDS, Druggists and Chemists, 100 The great object of tbu is,to fiUo*

as expressing the sense, Gordy, James B Staples Wm B 1.-2 E Amos Scrofula a- "'. evSt Rheumatitm, oBttinate Fulton St..corner of William, New York. Sol before of theoretical practical and men aeientUo and atteat.ekaa sat

the people of the county upon this subject Goff,George S L Sturdevant J James R Mime cutantoiIS> uupto.,fimpUf, o ptU O the also by Druggists generally throughout the nt denies form as ahaU enable ks..sle4s tMa U la a"
> weak W M
viz Green, Samuel-3 Temple, Wm G Walton Daniel MeLean Ucheeanna. face, bdlt i chronic ,rfKt States and Can Pee _J1 per Bottle a best advantage, and to aTOi41II1s fcyi
: Green, Patrick Thewit, DTharndick 4 D McKinnon f tetm k. enlargement Bottles for which they might otherwise ''Swwnh. Tko
which Grant, John GeorgeGorsdlesst"Augusta A DMcKinnonWm the bm ttvbbam typhilitic For sale in Jacksonville by of useful
That the feeling of inveterate hostility n.o"s u. amount information (bu krovfit together -
Townsend, Jessee I H McCollum I symptoms, distaut June 6. FORMAX. is almost .
ia seek
preed works.
the Seminole Indians manifested as existing in Holmes Owen Williams Cerro Gordo arising front an injudiciout
Holland, Dr. James H Thomas,JamesTapemean use of mercury, Indeed there is hardly
St. subject Within
their bosoms, towards the people of this State, by Humphris, James Sarah Martin Brett II antitet or drojrty, exposure or imprudence t* Monticello Augustine, P. C. ZTLSTRA; S. P. which is not treated any with sock it*
LEWIS range sfssniH
their wanton and unprovoked nggresaons of July Hifily, Eliza Tyler, Hugh Hewett-- lit;alto, chrome constitutional disorders, &c. HEXDRICKSOH; ft Co.I. ,Taa I. and precision, that even a man of tao mom oMU -

last which hostility seven years of kindneS,conciliation Harris, W J Wilcox, ClarkHarrington Washington Wash TaborJasOLucas Hill this preparation are Snnnab nary capacity cannot fail nnderrtaadbag it,and
Ebenezer Whitney, Mary Orange strongly cncentrated thus learning from much which is
and forbearance,have fai&d to soften Heartley, Elizabeth Williams, Edmond-2 Levi F Miller' I ." all the Medicinal properties SiutPARILLA Notice. for him to know. important

or mitigate, renders it absolutely necessary that Houston, Maria Williams, Peter Jackson Fred R Pittman MariannaSam'l .. combined with the most effectual SEALED PROPOSALS win be received by From the annexed list of the principal anthemandsnbjeetecompriaedinthisworkj&isslfy.

. the said Indians should be at 01lCf.removed to C Bellamy aids, the most pructions the most Committee of"St.John's Sem I -
, Persons calling for letters in the above list, Calvin Stephens slutr mary of Learning," located at Court I
and dent that all citizens
their in the West. Their removal potent kingdom; Man engagedin the practical and .
own country Calhoun Wm B Blount'sTownWilliam vegetable
will please say they are advertised, or they may and it has been House, Florida, until 12 o'clock, ., useful arts, ete.may derive essential .
Is desired because it is the only means by which not get them. MARK BUTTS, P. 31. Clark so fully not only by the 6th day of July next, for furnishing from the possession and study of this publication- e-

they can be preserved from certain destruction, Jacksonville, July 11, 1850. Elias Branchcc patient themselves, but also by Physicians, erecting, and finishing complete, of wood m'teril the following may be especially designated ;
from tie ter- Franklin A T Bennett I Apalachicola ha received their unqualified recommendations building,fifty by thirty feet, two stories high with
and our frontier relieved perpetual Sam'l W Spencer two each Millwrights; moulders and boOer makers;arti 4
cc and the approbation of the wing twenty-five by thirty fet. ficers in brass, and tin cuUers
Ion of Indian warfare. Dissolution.flTHE BeDj. LucaSI I pub work to be completed ready for copper ; and work f j

Therefore the people of the count y'of Hillsbo-: ? firm of D. P. SMITH & CO. is this Middle Circuit. lic; and has established on its own a deliver by the 20th day of December next.- ers workers of steel in in general bone; carpenters brickmakcrs .
for and far ivory, ,and AND civil '
VALUE eafiMora,
rough desire the General Assembly ofj this State, Jl Jay dissolved. The business of the late Gadsden Joe M Gilchrist Quincy superior the faithful performance of the contract railway contractors, and contractors for earthwork -
firm will be settled by D. P. Smith.D. I I to the various compounds bearing the will be
Robt C Lester required
at their next ensuing session, to pa.' an act directing .. and masonry of every description;art&itoeto j
to bid obtain
of Diseases have been can more specific
P. SMITH, Samuel B Love name Sarsaparilla. dsd and bridge builders builders matter and
the Governor of the State to cause the Indiana A. J. MILLER. I II 0 McClean I II cured, such as are not furnished in the recordsof the character of the work to b bricklayers; ship builders; mute.of.vnomls,4kip 3$, 1
to be forthwith removed to tie lands Leon Jas E Broome Tallahassee done and also see a draft of the building, by personal
assigned Columbus, June 21, 1S50. July 4. time past; and what it ha already done application to carpenters, and others connc tad with bsnlcns; .j
them west of the Mississippi river, and that Oscar A Myerll for the thousands who have used it, it is capable BARTON C. POPE. end docking ships; block and pomp makers heap
Alfred A Fisher dressers and makers manufacturers of fines .
the said act provide the means necesetry to carry Daniel McRaney of doing for the millions still suffering THEODORE IURTRIDE. and cotton fabrics; manufacturers of, spiaaias .

tho. same into execution. In the accomplishment It E WA It D. Wakulla John G Park New.Port and struggling with disease. It purifies, DANIEL S. Committee.. machines, roving machinea card breakers and 1

of this desirable measure, the people of Hillsbo-I STEPHEN HARMON, Chas Ingram cleans and strengthens the fountain springs Building finishers, drawing frames, willows and pickers, .
rongh rely with confidence upon the feo-operation i WHEREAS violation of the Laws of the Abijah cc infuses new vigor Proposals will also be received and considered etc., connected with cotton, fax and Wool machinery j
Jefferson Thos J IiAllI I Monticello throughout for erecting the buildings of brick. ealenderers, bleachers and calico '
; printers
State was, on 10th July, 1S4S, under an order of :
the whole animal frame.
of their sister counties
assistance throughout "
and : i the Circuit Court for Nassau county sold for a Cravn By order of the Board Trustees: ; cloth folders and measurers and persons interested
the State. brief term of years and purchased by the under- I James R Tucker I The diseases for which this article is recommended CHARLES RUSSEL. in sewing machinery; aachcf ted chain

In the mean time, in case the General Govern signed, to prevent an extension of the period of John \VootenIisn are those to which it is known Sec. B. T. St. Joh' L. cable manufacturers; cutting and timing toolmakers I f
the Indians in servitude-has been abducted and as it is feared Alex McDonald Madison C H from experience to be adapted June 13, 1850. td ; pin and needle makers; nail and rim ,
ment should make war upon ', ; I personal ;
C L Carruth makers bolt and screw-bolt makers nail cutters
and believed, sold at a slave far hfe-therefore, to I .. and those removed the ; ; ,
effect their removal, or the United States avert th is illegal and unjust fate, I will pay a reward IT.i\I Anderson apparently beyond CIRCUIT COURT: coiners; leather dressers and curriers;manaiacta- j
troops be withdrawn from Florida, then it will be of Three Hundred Dollars for his delivery Hamilton Stewart Jasper sphere of its action have yielded to its influ SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDATo rers of great guns and small arms;candte makers;

the duty of the Governor of the St..teto: organizeand to me at this place,and proof to conviction I Robt L Ivey I. ence. The catalogue of complaints might TEBSI 1850.-1" biscuit and cracker makers? lace makers; ribbon
oftbe person or persons engaged in the infamous Wm J J Duncan be greatly extended which the Sarsaparillais :A Clumary. weavers;stone cutters and marble masons dyers
force sufficient t
place upon the frontier a military matter of beguiling and enslaving him, which Eastern Circuzt. adapted, but proves its value, Nancy '9anderip ) cloth washers and scourers; coopers; eider and
for ita protection. occurred on the 12th of last month. It is supposed Columbia Jas as Jones > JJILL rca DIVOKCE. cheese manufacturers; crown crystal, and plato .
Ordered, that the proceeding' of tis Conven- STEPHEX has been carried into the interiorof Scarborough I AlligatorS and each succeeding day i adding new. trophies John W. Vanderip. } glass makers; sugar boilers and reSnerswith pro j.
to its fame.ANOTHER prietors of plantation manufacturers 0
the President anti Clerk and this State, or into Georgia or Alabama. The A J T Vrifit nd day conies the Complainant sugar 4
tion be signed by thl railway, bar, round. ribbon and red iron wheel .
statement of the facts will doubtless interest the ;
her Solicitor.Oreian B.Hart 5'
.A1a.chua Chu F Fitelett Newnansville by ,
of State CURE SCROFULA. = axle, and spring makers engine driven and .
that the newspapers tip are respectrully feelings of all good citizens to aid in his I ; por-
S W Burnett and moves lor an urdor or publication .
requested to publish the same. ] and the pnmshment of the vile wretches concernedin Chas J. Wilson ccDunl The following striking and, a will be it being !hot to the satisfaction of herei.And sons engineers connected and captains with the of steam locomuttvo vessels generally;
That of the the outrage. Stephen is by profession sailor Felix Ja.ckson\'me of inveterate by affidavit that the said Defendant resides out of
Also ordered, a manuscript copy Livingston seen, permanent cure an case of stationary engines; lumber dealers and owner
-for over a year hu been engaged about a saw .. the State of and within the U. States J* *
proceedings be forwarded to the Governor and to short about five feet Louis Fleming of Scrofula, commends itself to all similarly Forid ; of saw mills: veneer cutters;owner*of planing machinery
mill-quite ( highdarkbrown John G Smith .eUriah It it the said cause be heard at millers and with
the President of the Senate and Speaker of the complexion-about 25 to 30 years of age- Bowden Mandarin afflicted : the next term of this Court. ;corn persens connected

House of Representatives, of the 'eralAssem- rather slow in replying when spoken to-and can, Nassau Ja' T O'Xeill t.1J1ary'IG SOCTHPORT, Conn., Jan. I, 1S. .dA I( Ot Tha the said Defen and bolting persons and bran-separating using grain-chelliaf machinery and ;threshing farmers
of this State. in the (imperfectly read and write.
bly style )
negro before the
C C l3essent Woodstock 1110 Messrs. SASDS : Gentlemen-Sympathy for the appear anser on or machinery; bill workers,carvers engraven and f
On motion, the Convention thai" adjourned My neighbor, Mr. J. W. BAXELY will pay afflicted induces me to inform you of the first Monday in November next, and in defaultthereof ornament makers in general; persons employed ia
die. the additional of Three Hundred Dollars St. JGhns Gad St remark that the said Bill may be taken against
tine sum Ilumphreys Augustine.. tlc> cure effected by your in the manufacturing of gas; makers of copper and
FRANKLIN BRANCA Pres't. for the recovery of his woman REBECCA, Peter B Dumu of> my wife. She was Sarprill d with the< him pro confesso: Provided, That this Order be lead tubing; linen and straw paper maker*; ship

J. DARLIXG, Clerk. \ (and proof to conviction of the kidnapper,) who ltBCanova'Putnam scrofula on different parts of the body; the glandsof published in some newspaper i the State other- owners, harbor masters and others interested in ,
t I was stolen from his residence, at the White Oak Chas W Brush PiIatkaJo5 the neck were greatly enlarged and her limbs Id fou months precg. dredging machinery; well sinkers astronomers,

THE RIGHT SPIRIT.-At a recent festive Plantation. a few miles below here, on Friday W Fiteh ". much swollen. After suffering over a year and JOS. LXCASTE philosophers, and others using philosophical apsvratus -. j.
i night,21st inst. ; and, as is believed, by the-same RobtTfloydOrange I finding no relief from the remedies used, the Judge Circuit Court F and instruments; miters engineers and
gathering of the Whigs of the Philadelphia party engaged in the abduction of Stephen. I Wm Campbell Enterprise ease: attacked one leg, and below the knee snplurated. d A true copy: others interested in pumping engines; persons interested :

State Convention, the following toasts were REBECCA is of a yellow complexion, about five Peter G Hyrne 3Iellonrille. Her physician advised it should be laid WITNESS, J. M. Clerk our said in canals and aqueducts warehousemen, -

given: f feet high-23 to 30 years of age-has several front I John Simpson open, whish was done, but without any Court, Key West, .Brcewel. D.l n. and others using hydraulic presses dynaaometrio
THE NATIONAL ADMISI!TRA:IOK. -An teeth decayed or broken-Quick in reply when St. Lneie l\o Org3nlUtion. I nent benefit In this situation we heard pr- J. M. B&ACEWEI.L, c.M. c. c. cranes, jack screws, comm and feed crane;
addressed-has been the mother of five children, Marion Wm M'Gahagin Ocala were induced to use The workers in metals and alloysth ,plato worker; 4,
Sand' : isso.
e lionet man the noblest work o& God. A three of which are still living. JBhe has a numberof Robt Bullock I. first bottle produced a Sarsprila. ul effect lfay 3 4 spring manufacturers; wheelfri6u., dock makers

pure patriot, an unswerving supporter of our relations living in Savannah, to which place she Ed D Howse relieving more than any prescription she had and horologists,etc., etc etc .
national honor, a man of peace, thbugh train- was desirous to return, and the pretence of aid!ng S Helvenston -lemington ever taken, and before she had used six bottles, Brought to Jai The publishers have expended; tarre mm .-

ed in the tbe country bails in Gen. her to do so, enabled the party to perfect arrange- LeT H E Osteen \ WacassusaS to the astonishment and delight of her f end she A NEGRO MA" says lila name i* money to get original drawings of machinery in;
camp ments for carrying her off. Sheriff It and William in this |have
found her health quite restored. i a Sam belongs to practical use country, A procured
Zachary Taylor a fit snctessor to she execu- Every citizen of the country will feel it important \\.atenton,T A. Fort Fanning year eince.the cure was electJ. her health t Branaen, of Shell Point, 'o da. He i almost every work on the suW cf, whether.bIbbed -
tive chair, rendered illustrious by,the incum- to prevent the formation,or break vp the or- Southern Circuit. remains showing aewu thoroughly aged about 20 years, and is about 5 feet in England France, or Uefaany, too most 5
bency of the sainted Washington.jjHESRT ganization of a band of desperadoes, who, if per- Hillsboro' Simon Turman good the system. Oar neighbors are inches higS ; he had on an old white wool hat; his essential parts of which being ccmpnsed in this ;
CUT, the distinctts-hen advocateof mitted to escape with impunity will extend their I M Tampa. al knowing to these facts, and think very highly) wearing apparel was S torn that it cannot be described Dictionary, render it as perftot IIJIIpre.. f't
in thu and add other Cunningham he has the of burn his sive The bavo
aiid : ravages respect depredations Sands' ; scar a on breast. possible. pnblishors endeavored ,
the fair, honorable just mprises. thereto. BJIlazlor' arprila. JrucsPiiE.Extract The owner will coma forward, prove property, to use great economy in type. so that each pep !
His heart fountain of the noble impulses. E. R. ALBERTI. Benton I Perry (::1 Wail Augusta. rsct and pay chare or he will be dealt with as the of tbe work contains at least four times the number ft

When he leads, the true u.enas of Freedom Woodstock Mills,Fla., near N M M C Peterson from a letter from Mr. Ingraham, law rq ue 'of words found in ordinary page*bI the same siw. j" .

and Union may nev'er hesitate to fol St. Mary's,Ga.,June 2i, IB50.July" Monroe enj Sawyer Moody- I Key Wet : known in Delaware coun- M. H. FREEE This has also secured to each:plato working- 5. ::
1 gentlemavel drawings of ample sixe and clearness so that i
1850. 3t Jailor a mechanic
J Bracewell I itself to all similarly ,
low.THE RoM Clarke ty. May 30, o Columba F may construct accurately ay machine described. .,.:t
WHIG P.1RTT.-XO\\ _:evcr-our I IX CIRCUIT COURT: flicted : 18. t j
S sheet anchor eonfiJence John Boyle I The publishers are, in short, deteramtd, r. ..
pride as men-our I. ftoxurBT, N. Y., March 1547. regardless ,
I EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Dade No organization. I IC 2 Goods at Reduced Prices '
and the beacon ligbhby whichto of cost, to make the work as complete a* :
as patriots, .
CorsTT OF DCVAI: Is CHA CER Y.r Gentlemen:-My wife has used several bottles AT THE possible ; and it is hoped every ono denrou to- ;F '.
steer the ship of Slate. In 1t4 principles I And em-officio Tax Assessor and Colleetor. of your SI paria which 1 obtained of your "JACKSONVILLE CHEAP STORE." obtain the work will procure issued in 1 maa- 1.,
we recognize the celestial blazonry which Julia E. Ladd, ) gents in this which she has received hers, and thus encourage the e.Urprue. :

assures us .in this sign, thou .klialt conquer I. vs.Nathan Bill for Divorce. PROSPECTUS OF such special benefit, that I am induced to add Subscriber has just received in store The work will be issued in s osi-moot !, J' .

!" 1 t.I r B. Ladd.IT ) "1.'he Southern Press. mine to the abundt testimony now before the The following articles, which he offers at ben commencing in January 1350, and will j jgre P', :J-

_________ appearing to the tatLsf&ction of the Court, public in medicinal vire Her father prices that cannot fail suj" purchasers: 's with great regu1ari&"f:
I by affidavit filed) that the Defendant in the Members of mother, and many other reltiTs fallen t The whole work will be published in 40 1 1t1IJa .1-.
Associatipn sixty-three
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND GLD HcsTERS. above-entitled cause resides out of the State of Ay Congress, Senators and Representatives, victims to consumption, ad supposed Polka Printed Muslins, from 13 3 to 4 S hers at 25 cents per number,and rv|
The St. Joseph Gazette es* matesthat Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, have constituted the a Committee to that she too was inclined the same way. D. at the current year 1350. A litxioJ discount wQX
75,000 person have this cpring staled across I therefore, on motion of laid Complainant, by I superintend the establishment undersigned of a Southern Pressat several tnrns of raising blood, fee., and &length White Ginghams, from, and Fg'd d*.,f 15 IS t 50 37 1.2 be made to agents.Any kr
Griswold & Bryant, Ksqs.; her Solicitors, became so reduced that her life was of t one remitting the publishers 9Qin eel.
the plains for California ali! from f the valley Washington City,to be devoted to the exposi- Calicos of the latest from 10 .
style, to
from We induced
to were
It it Ordered, That said Defendant appear and tion and defence of Southern RignU and institntions day day. youraparia Linen Chambersjs 2 vance, shall receive the work through toM post .or:
( 20
of the from to
Mississippi. > the of ,
mentioned from
before use
Bill tree
I answer the of Complaint of said Complainant, office of
of information : & expense.
-the correct
A few still fiat I dissemination has been restored so that for Figured Laces, from 13 3-4 to 75 t
are arrivingsays paper within three months or the same will be taken as Northern and the of Political ; March J." 6t:yJacksonTille t
to Policy, course
as L. C. from 12 1-2 to 100
the she been able to attend to herdomestic
but the number that will confessed against him. past year Hadkrchief
tet Jeaje will not Affairs generally, without reference to the old h 311-1 to 100Vertings ,
exceed: : two hnndred. Frrim the;, best esti- I It I further Ordered, That a copy of this Or. party lines of Whig and Democrat. Arrangements duties. Jora B. LJOEAHAJC. Line from 0 to-200 Cheap Store. "
der, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court. be Respectfully yours *
mate we can make, about thirty;.' two thou- published in some newspaper printed within the are now i progel promptly t ensure the Silk and Lisle thread Gloves, rm 12 1-2 t 621-2 -

sand have made St. Joseph a point of departure. EAStern Circuit of Florida once a week conseca- issue of such a the title PRESS" BRONCHITIS CURED. A fine assortment.f Edgings and Inrion atevery LED WITH'S :BUILDING, f ,,
The number who have crossed be- lively for three months. The following shows the virtue of the price,with many other i D BaT Street
Or the conduct of which, suitable Edito lave Goods line, lately received. A call is mIlE SUBSCRIBER wonU,respectfully fa*
tween this place and tie bluffs) number Judge.I in Bronchitis, a disease
Sarsaparilla 1 .
been who will also receive aid removing May WM. P. DEWEES. form the citizens of Jacksonville aal 4
about fifteen thousand. At W ston it isaaid LEWIS FLEXITO. Clerk of said Court, do engaged and able contributors. which, if not speedily arrested, leads to 23.-t rounding country that bo opened tao abovo establishment _4, _.

fill thousand have crossed, and at Independence hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an There will be both a TEI-WEEKLV and a WEEII.T consumption It allays spasmodic action, with a vie w to sell rools rmtmatlt t. 'i

Parkville and Kansas about Order made and entered of record in said entitled issue-the latter to contain substantially the the secretions, and by tonic and Administrator's Notice. rates believing that a "nimMo penny W bettor ,.t
in said Court the 2&h of A. to reach changes it He bas received ;and to
cause on day May, same matter as the former, and intended than a slow shilling. .-
ten thousand making In all !abont eif- D. isio.: those of the country whose mail facilitiesare alterative removes unhealthy S MONTHS ar dte. we shn present ou constantly receiving, the most TjamioxUtM and .
ty-three thousand persons who hare left'the In Testimony Whereof, I hereunto set pint action propres Is restored to health: aunt and the Honorable the LATEST em.H of Faney sad- .tapl* Diy '

frontier this season for California. Near [u E.] my hand, and affix the seal of said A DAILY issue will be adde hereafter, shouldit NASTCCKXT, Mass.,Nov. 11, 1850. settlement and discharge for Dnval from County the Administrationof for a final Goods to wit- : '. I

20,000 have left Iowa-besides fljarge nurabei Court.LEWIS FLEMING .! be deemed advisable the Southern neeS by the press MESSES. SASDS.-Gentlemen: I wish to make the Estate of James D. Pebte, deceased, lau English and American Prints{ ; Gingham*; ,
Clerk and
from Indiana, Illinois, Wisci sin, Michigan By I. GABKIE, D. C. The people paper will not be exdvtivdy political-but public, for the go of those act with Bronchitis of said County. ChambrayS) White and Colored Muslim. i:"
Ohio and other States, we| should not June 20.1350. 3m ; will embr on its broad sheet the Gene Newsof the he properties oryou Spr CHARLES II. PELOTE, Embroidered Muslins; Linen; Lawns'Silk : :

be surprised if the number reached se"enty- day, Domestic and Foreig and My wife er she Tissue and Bareze L.Cl Haadkerehkfaj ;:

five thousand. The prospscts ofc these gold IN CIRCUIT COURT : telegraph; Commercial Intelligence manner as is easily above described a whisper; tt, and times when January isso. Anr Silk and Cotton Handkerchief 1- \
bunters in California an4 the effect their Literary Criticisms, Original Essays, Lit was not able to speak 3 Cotton Gloves Lisle, Spun Silk and Silk Do. {
ALACHUA AND LEVY COUNTIES. and Miscellaneous; and, in short, aU thoe exposed the cold air, it occasioned somethinglike <
departure will have upon t1:1e !States they IK CnA CERT. erary items of general interest, the collected aggregateof spasms t in the throat, the effect ef which was JACKSONVILLE White and Colored. Hose; j
bare left, is a matter of speculation. which constitutes the and valuable felt in the ears and eyes,causing tears to flow.- Male and Female School. Half-How; ; I'-f J
O. M. Donnan 1vs. Great care itllti to give full The complaint was attended with .dry cough, Brawn Shirtings; and Sheeting; ; >

LITEST DESCRIPTION OF A M-$ ST.1CHru .- James A.Peden. Adm'r.of{f Creditors Marshal,bill to Kewsper.Repr of Proceedings well and D tion produced of the by throat.the constant By the use irritation of your and Sarsaparilla mfiama-- f r\he Sntorrlber informs the citizens of JackJL Bleached "r i 4k",
of as
Oh! mother,mother," said a iitUe girl,run- R. G. Livingston,dee. J Assetts, action bates in of bth local Congress on,the a Southern she was perfectly cured it being now more sonville and surrounding country that he has Irish Linens; Silk Cravats Cotorad Doi. .=

&W into the house in great -amazement, pursuance of a dccreetal order ef said Court question. Legture than three months since she felt any symptoms of opened his SCHOOL in the Corn. He ROOM, (second Table Damasks: Scotch Daperj : ;
of the
IN returns
"what a funny man I saw ; thfe top of his to me directed, all persons having demands A limited numb onty of Advertisements will the disease. C. Hoia. story or the liberal patronage extended to h, Swiss and Cambric Muslins;. ".
head was down on his chin, and Ee hadn't got against the above estate are hereby required to be received min object being to furnish a Yours, with respect, GEORGE thnk by exertions and hm Bar'd Do. Striped Do; :

DO mouth." it come before me at the town of Ncwnansville,in large amount reading matter. Extract from letter received from Mr. N. hop h of the se.prverc White and Colored Berlin Cords; :
: _' I: Alschua county, at my office therein, on the second The paper win be printed on a sheet equal in mert -
well known in of
(2) day of September, 1850, and exhibit their .iz to those of the other Washington and W. Harris, a gntemn ar For Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic, Trimmings every description;' ;
AntTala at the faekMMtvfU Hotel. demands against the same ; and all-persons who m1ter w b procured Japer the Luis county, per quarter, t4 Cologne; French Extracts; -

J IUnben jl. shall not then come forward and prove their demands -1 have cured a negro boy of mine The above, with Grammar,Geography, at .0 Pearl, Gilt, and Bone Battoas ; -
ly5. Began, Fla.; OBryan, against said estate, shall be excluded from JI. that true friend '
Satainab hoped every t with who attacked withscrofula History, quarter, Coat And Lee's Spool Cotton; i
.Ga.; Mr.Carroll, N. i, the benefit of this decree. And such persons notparties the South will ai in procuring subscribers, ou.Spaia family.,. Or with pr of the latter branches, per 60 Netting \ lt
: to this suit who shall come in before me forward the with the amount subscribed, arfuou N. W. HASKIS. Mosquito
: SHIP .NE'V and prove their demands shall before they are to some Southern Representative at Washington, "Fredericks"Yours Hill truly,Va., 1 W,IMS." quarter He the higher. branches of Mathematics 5 Fringe, Gimps, and Edging, \ j
admitted as such creditors, contribute the proportionate Corhwit u w tah' and Greek,if With every variety of Goods aIfl7kIPt( "
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. JULY 11. expenses thereof,to be settled by mesa are authorized by law t remitsubscriptions SANDS' Stmsap&RILLA.-4t seems almost Hours a. -From 9 ne.from a Dry Goods Store. Persons winning to _***.

Master. SAM'L. RUSSELL, free of postage. unnecessary to direct attention t an ace 1 2 1.2 to 5 t l ee5wi1ldG well to call and.fxasaino. for t&MB. >-
June 6.-2m Special Master Chancery.T. o'clock.WILLIAM
-" TERMS. well known, and 1 deservedly a thi "
the session of Congress, but often J\ T.PERPAL WILLIAM If.? DEWEKS.Aprt .
For Tri-weekly during preparation; patients t a .
July a-&b.Lamartlne. Th:dyk, N Y.j V A.lICE'. and Semi-weekly during the recess, the piles the extract o:a1 are induced try Jacksonville,May 9, .1 18, 1850. $; ?y I ; "
: 4-Brig Almira, Brown., $. york Sea Island Roller Cotton Gins. will be, per annum, $5 CCWeekly worth the name of this, but valuable eon II_ .. '
the virtues 'I
2 of .
t paper 0 'DuaielCopaefip. In Circuit C0rart, j.i
w ClXhRZ.2&i5Sch. : think cazino&confer a > I"BASTER.'Y
The subscription must bo paid iva root; and we wo gat
Emeline Pcterctm Conklin mb* Snkscribjtr begs leave to inform the bly in Fee ,and the cash accompany. ne benefit on our readers than in directing GROCERIES CIRCUIT OF FWRIDA.Coim .
York. JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and the public sent. tention to the advertisement of the Messrs. Sands DRY GOODS,' CLHNG' ,- or vTAL: 1 lie.fJUCUTl
New -
p that be can supply them with hit. double and An procuring ten names snail be- enti. in another eolu- The bottle ha recnt berg r.-,_., Elisabeth Callahan, > ; i I
.8-Brig Benj. Carver, Carrer, N. Y. single pnn and in4e.
tied a copy grain tar one,.e.A a quart, nrtHE this day opened vs. ,> ,
SEA. ISLAKD ROLLER COTTOS article will find concentrated in this UNDERSIGNE ;
GISB. BUTLEB, JL East corner ol BAT Alexander Callahan. i, : ; j jr
in tlM Circuit Comrt tar Dwral C-antr.KasUra N. doubt is longer entertained they are best ,MOKTON, all the mea value or the root. T.ex a &r th will business appearing to the satisfaction of the Covt ..
ClrcvJC T Frtda, Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself JACl rience b proved Its | i I and O"'Srts and style eda by affidavit filed that tbo:Defendant la U* '

Thomas Starrat and "1Jessee from the general satisfaction he baa given for the R. ,Ton ring o.' various du tr wbeh i is rm-I therei Ue Je .0 above entitled cause resides out Of.t.he SUto of _'. j -,
lad seven years he will receive their support. J. otJl" ; wd at te mor i. KIEL & STEPIENS.- Florida, and beyond CovrV -1
'YL GJiahamfi. | Prices low. and the Gins mad. of the beet ma W ,May 25,'1880. _. mene, php f t medicine' useful in preparing They have opened'already a assortment therefore, on thej1Ui&dietlodt$ by

Thomas Ledwita Jo- ) InehanceiTf 5 terials and workmanship. agb Francisco ) am ..change of lUl of DRYGOODSAND CLOTHING James \'. Bryant, Esq_ her S.lie4&or, ;
sl&hG&teeet&l I POXES AfcD BRCSHES OLD ADOBivSan Journal, :IMS, to which will be shortly added a large and well se hit Ordered, That said Defendant appear and
J lay2d, 185 FEVER SORES. stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, answer the Bill or Complaint otll&ld Coatdatnswithin
"IT appearing to the adl of thii Court by af.JLr r&tIL DREW I'l'see by the Republican thaI let sfl articles in dead three months, or the saiiw will bo ulwaMreonfesard -
f&daviW.that.Josiah Gatos, 4hdebndantinthis Agent ZR. certificates received by ourS ger for againetbim.It i '
i iTR., W. Brush Judge of Probate o r The following They intend to ranble t :
cause, resides oat of this Clucnit and near VILLELOTOA ACOSTA,Cwtrevfflare, Ga. 'J'ae,has been to let the pnblii show its mains ,in -cases_of Fe.vr CASH or COUTTRT PRODUCT, respectfully fi- fsrthes&deredTbitaI.GtWaOrlar.'
Tampa Efy.inthe Southern CircnHiof this State Muicrot-D HARRIS' Put cunty he revoked Pe.d attorney executed Agent .a share of the public ,patronage. ,Garmentswill duly certified by the Clerk of tWs *, *.p '

,tOnaoUonrfH-Dorn antEM. .it k ordered that I&J4GL.S appear B. F. SMITH. Charleston, S.c. the Arredondo Grant in which wo bare 1D. :, ., ; &, b & STEPHENS. Circuit of Florida a wook ounsoentinr/
** *W!Lb. pl&l.uetcf bID:Jttberwise the R. R. HEED Jt Co.. Palatka. E. F. ,_ interest. I have not seen the instrument since ,[ Messrs. 's lc1Sp'1: .M is5.KIE for three month u JL > : I
SMB.abaa U taken. pre wmfwo '&* him after S. Tsojureos k Co.. Black Creek. t.Ia1a'mer bM been only pnbu heiTecordinf; to T. 0. Houres k Co. i'acksonflit j. f. and I certainly did not como to to eel i. rill*, obie then confined to my bed without L I -I l..z1ris'FLDDI8. Clerk cT'ttJd Court, i. .
u.e&&tute in neb cue mack ud ViOYId.4. FATTEMOH ft Kiso Burnt Fort Ga.- the pine lands and Car a sleep.for a occasioned by a'violent I tender my : te-pa1 for berebyeerlifytheub0'O bt1X5 eOyeda*
(5i>.) 1liO .DOUGLAS, A. A. DeLoutr Darien, Ga. -. GranV Ihadhopedtbatattlifctotaiwelshonlineither I we sore,of long standing, p 'tbe very liberal patronage heretfore bestowedvpoa Order aid'sad&arIcIorlftOl'tt 3aaId tIU.4.

'- jaly U-lawm : J $r.e.. kc.t J;o. tf, FTLER& Cot Beaufort, 3'C bear of that certain of tU distinguished e right fr.leg.I My physicians advised me to have the me.and respectfuUv i etu. euaeba.w Court,OD.tU. tof '. 1
GEORGE L. BROWX,NewnansviUe, _'F.. .proprietors.G'o Brush, bethought I limb amputated.! !saying it I.".tbe only "That" at* indebted, to' me e D J85Q.I.! .>. ..
WK. DiLt .M '... proper to,remind a M. valnabl,0 likely to preeerronr life.. -After using hall JPu-t MORRIS) -, ,'5- WJu.' wniiE jI ersm tt..

i 3svS ,'i srUett1o A. WAT'EUU., Ocala,E. P. iitercet'bewtflb. so good as not U. any potionof bottle tbe-paln Mp rabsido and by & :: .tj; (Z'a.] my band, and_',am.i1. 1ss1-ai4 -

;, & nest a.1 A.embl, J. W. PzARSoir. Orange Springs, EF. it, In which we er.'jolnUy irllt load used bw was .ble.t : < ..,."Jo" -. 'rth0 >*:! -, ---I-
.. tbe of&II Act I A. DDICBAR, &. .Co. King's.Ferry and Traders'_ without my consent, and fearing that rou transact my regular Wor b JOBtpaxNTI.o." . ,,: -;',- '. C5EWIS FLE> t .
\ too i .T. JQji'a PMINAR Y' UilL might suffer L his bands, the public will b J a fie the fourth btU.l was:as NEATLY A4 r:KXPEOtTIOclLT 'IXICUTK. ) AT : 111 t.,Y..G IJ.-._ '.; I
t'P LEJlBNING, a& Maot. Houe. THOMAS VANCE.8t. their guard&protect it from saajfioo. lud.ever I bad I han D het 18 18&0.. '.. -

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THE.F- =;ipA::'REPUBLICAN- : cost of'one'thousand ti lIars. The'heads of w s: Madison-. Female-" Seminary' 'Mutual, 'Life' Insurance. A a 'is'?vc Y .. $ 'CAu iNtE.ttRk.f:

I y and Fletcher are of a good aizo for framing. Amnby"j CL.S1JIIm.t. Dpe4 wttk *
n rtiBiJsiiEp cis-pi$'v THVKSIUY. AT The MADISOtf\Cd: uRvjzorjsi FLORIDA. FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON of Si- fowMMi u4ues
ahovo plates cannot purchased at thd bunt man of 'tWj% *n r ,
Ja !pnTIIlf'.; flte4 I County, K. F., l>j- stores at less limn three dollars each. AGE CY OP,TOE bit nan*, Co::)utp.a,6 m,> which Qay
.COLUkfiljS DREW.TERMS. AV. L. IIAnTSONi; A,,M., MUNCH*AI,. New York Life Insurance .Company, It
.WILLIAM V parnt
Another Set of Plates for Clubs.An ,call Dr.Townseno '

eV .-Thre? ;'ilJsItia per niinuin, payable entirely distinct offer from that above Icav- nnIIJS'ISTITUTIONvnder the ciue'or Mr. No. 68 Wall Street, New, "( -. XEAR WI.LA.JW'S; HOTEL, pEyNsmvAuAAvxnvz, Original' ;**ti s'town.snd 'BO 4ot"uUTownwnd'

ttpon oi-deringlbe PnjveJ.f ins Fubscribers to take their choice of this wide JL HAKTSOS, assisted by Mrs. HAKTSON, was Mounts Fimxnn/Pruiden: !. Continues to give his prompt attention to the arrangement ever W1lS; bat wIflEnerly t a wirke?OD '.
'!.i{ range of rl'miums-e1Lher! the above offers or opened for tho reception Pypih on the second. Sf E.NCER S* BENEDICT, ,Viet President.. : nal,and the 1IkI.YhI2tz3Um5aIhO tithe oWe,"tfcc
6 Subscriptions\ if; no|pa?id before tlio expiration ho'o we now propose. Monday January last.. PUNY FuEEMAJt; Actuary. and prosecution of claims before Congress purpose of pl:1lni i etlfur whae fee U not 'This li t*

of the year, are cta-g| 4 !$U.AaTtrUscmonts'Tvill'lio Every member of a club or any subscriber in I I From a knowledge of Mr.- and Mrs. Hartsoa'asuperior Amount of Funds liable for losses, $205,089 31 t or any of the Executive Departments.Claims .- caution the pubhIzj43o 'be tfe<*fredf wl 'ponhtt*'

: ': ,inserted at the following any bllowin"other way beautiful, shall each,be entitled to"Chnt'allcbnke' the four ample and qualifications satisfactory testimonial aa well as of from their the former most Bal. of l'rcmiums above investments, 16,J31 C7 arising from the Revolutionary Florida, none but the GL1Ai*;; OLD Dfrjuot

_: rates: One1 Dollar per sqv are (of twelve line) for "Christ Weeping scriptural Over plates Jerusalem: success, the Trustees of this Seminary embrace or Mexican wars ; Invalid, Revolutionary, Half- Sarar? ;, bav1ngonl: Ie lbs Old. Dr',
.. the first, and 8ctet\ i-r. tc Cents for every subsequent "Tho Two Marys at the {-Sepulchre." and the Deliverance the opportunity recommending it to tho consid- 'From lime :Mobile Daily Advertiser, March 17, '47. pay, or Widows' Pensions; Naval or Army; likeness Ills tmat it< & or anus, and.hll"- ...inat1r '
h of St. Peter." eration of parents and guardians who may be desirous : LIFE INSDRAISCE. practical illustration of the coat of aiW : ,-If : :
il1 (ri on. *Tl> j u"ly Advertisers a liberal Bounty Land or, Scrip, under law of Feb. 11, across ", .
,, Premiums are only scut when subscriptions are giving their, daughters or wards a thorough I the benefits ofLife insurance has recently been .,'
d 6tnt.til be nil .* All transient Advcrtiscihent < 1347, or August 10 1845 of : ,
remitted direct to the publisher.The and refined education ._ furnished in this city, in the case of our lamented ; Arrearages ,Pay and : t. '
,: (except l hy persona having a running account Lady's Book for 1SQO will contain several This Institution i.located in The immediate vi- fellow-citizen the late Edward F. Test. Whilein Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for 11 t : !: :'.... .' _*''

.., with the office) mud he'paid: for previous to publication. hundred good engrasings.Postmastcra cinity the village Madison Court House, one good health some time last_l.earhe effectedan Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; Expenses ; .- ,..
< I. : and others sending Clubs will of tho most delightful and,healthy: towns in the insurance on his life of $:,. in. the New- I ; .
tl', .":, "trerons oblige us very much by having them all addressed Southern country having population of high York Life Insurance Company, (formerly the incurred by Volunteers before being mus- "t. e .

at a 4iLdiin (tan govern their rcniittanccs to one name. It is no incum cnicnco to them,and moral and intellectual culture. equal to any' in the Nautilus,) of which Mr. James M. Mundon ia tered and received into service ; Waggonmastera ij

; for advcrtUiopJVy: 'Jlle following rates: w ill be a great favor to us. United States. agent in this city. Mr. Test died very suddenly, and Teamsters' claims; Marines', sailors', c. ,. \ '
In Institution,the whole course of instruction and the other the amount for which his life J.0 st '
fi'X months Premiums the day &c.. & < ", In.
One (tweqrcjHms) published to towns fending the largcs 0 > '
square will be bo .
thorough ; and the pupils will not was insured five thousand dollars, was promptly ,' ; ili _', t '
fur ,.' ; i $1000 number of subscribers. permitted to pass over any'study without an intimate paid" Over to his family by Mr. Mnndon. Having all the forms necessary for a proper .'., -k- .. "4 ; ,, .'1. .

Two squares, for j ts,months 15 00 The town sending us the largest number of acquaintance with it* This will be espx-ei- This circumstance requires comment from us presentation of claims, together with the rules : >, .-... .t =' '' ,
mail subscribers for 1850 ally tIme case with the exceedingly important sub- to give it duo fore. It to head of '_ ".I .,:48' )
Notices to debtor! and creditors, 10 (CO will bo entitled to the speaks every a and regulations governing the different ',< y" -
Departments s i .
} of Mathematics in the branches of -
Lady'slook! for 1S51 g.atis and the next in number jcct different family in a voice that cannot be misunderstood, ; -
S, Application for JeUerfofadminWration! 5 00 each subscriber shall receive any ono of tho which pupils will bo thoroughly drilled, and required and should not be disobeyed-. The advantages of he is prepared to undertake all claims, of f' .f ,

t. For announcemcri of(candidates fur office, 5 00 above plates. to give tho reasons for each step in every the system, its beneficent and happy results, will what kind soever, that may require the servicesof z.i._ I' XC1 g. ,

N. announcement\ will be mado unless the fame Address r.. A. OODEY, ., calculation. suggest themselves to tho mind of every reader; an Agency at this place.
Tho classes in JJfusio) Drnwing.raintin!, WaxWork and trust induce him to "
113 Chesnut street, lhiladc1Ihia.jnn we "go and do likewise. :
be accompanied with tire:Amount charged. 17-1, ,and Embroidery bo under the immediate Certain it is, that 'no prudent man, who has a Particular attention given to the proper settlement \),

Editorial, notices, for ''private benefit will be care of JUrs. Hartson; and there is no institution family dependent upon him for support, will neg of Quartermasters' accounts. ,
charged doable tbt tate ({advertising.Kelipouc North or South, where these branches arc lect for a day the insurance of his lifo. Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount ;- > G. lr.s \ '
:SPLENDID ENGRAVING. taught more thoroughly or scientifically. : > ." :
Obitdaa-y,and Marriage notices, will claimed, and the extent of services .
The strictest attention will be paid to the moral required.All >.,'T ._, .
Annual Rates Insurance One Hundred
be published gratis.: *. and general deportment of the young ladies ; of of communications, to insure insertion, must

Communicatior? must be post paid. T1IK SCr!CKIEF.nS ARE OW PUBLISIIIKO AN while at the same time,every thing of a sectarian Dollars,on a Single Life. be postpaid. dec 4-tf rrlffefld O"I\t! ibf.Yu ?, influence will be as carefully avoided. .
'.1--= = -= KI.KGAKT KNCKAVINGOr The scholastic often months is divided into ... .J 432-3'M OLD DR, J \OOB TOWNSEND,

,-.;'ALL COMPHTlTlpX KCMPSKD.THE tle Death of the Rvr. John Wesley.ENCKATCD two sessions of five year months each. The first session 5h G c n. 1. g | g James W. Ilryaiit, TflgORIC1&tSCOVPU I OFTU

j IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF ART, commenced, on the second Monday in January -.. j;-, (s*>o a h..c. h eR a hw ATTORNEY AND COUXSKLLOR-AT-WW Genuine T vmscnd Sarsaparilla.
'I STANDARD. J- !jrfcU'AN rr.RIOIMCAL.Graliam's : and to end before the second Monday in Juno. 14 t... u .lifiow
BY JOHN SARTAIN, ESQ, CI 0 0.CI. 0 0 .- Will attend to Professional business in the Court Od! Dr. about W 1 yean of ae. u4
---- ---- 1 ho second to commence on tho second Monday .
<: knorti 11 the A UTHOR
'3Itiazne 1S5O.i AFTER THIS I l CELEBRATED PAINTING in July, and end before tho second Monday in a a g na.a. a's. ak kQ C3 s
'. .i ill OF; MARSHALL CLAXTON. Deecm) er. Pupils can enter at any time and a OC n aC Q Q acs a QQ- a a Court for the Northern District of Florida. Sf'Jfl S.fll'P.''/(:/A.' Befnir poor,be was sow-,
-- Among the many good men who have spent will only be charged until the end r-tbe term.- < < pellcd to limit Its itfntif3etnra! by.which neae tt has
tIE Fplendid nir il.,r ""OnlinmV for January their I lives in the service of their Divine Mater, Pupils derive grca advantage, however,by"enter ALSO AGENTfor been kept out of iuffXtt, in : T. has titlwi tlK' sbole v.ntry l Iy >r.rprise few ever exerted a greater influence for good than ing at the beginning of the term. II 72 ts6( 153 41 178 1 tj1j 331 general Business in tho State, respecting those only who h4 PTI! ?'.<> Its w?>maa rth,.and iveTenhctoM know lu,

high ns this,\ :lsnrI1: "> }ia- jilivnj s rloo.l in did JOHN '\'ESLEY.Vithhigh powers of intellect Young ladies pursuing the full course will receive 15 77 8S 1 56 42 18 189340 grants and donations of ..*, a-id tho locationor as value.those It had recced w6> bM pa been can bested or. of lore dtMaie*.
I 4. J ri, 1) m.l -. in tin-uln- certificates of 16 8-1 00 1 62 43189 1 fY2351 iK-nonj
literary exeellenoo a> lie united a gentleness disposition which enabled diplomas or graduation. and saved from uuto proclaimed its exeeUenco and
': tion and reputation.'haS' \\0" nlirmlv' for 1S.V him, nt tho same time that ho touched the 17 86 91 1 63 44 1 00 1 91 3 63 selling wonderful \ 1,
greener and more nl-iijul'iiit: l.iuiiNm' (he loud lender chords of the human heart, to convince the COURSE OF STUDY. Is 89 92 1 (Ii .u 1 91 1 96373 ALSO ACKXT IIEtoG POWER.Knowin .
S which from ctci i 11IulI.rIf: : the of The course of study is divided in five classes. 19 90 91173 46 1 9'2 1 93387 his ikOT.
praise coiiy : ; liHkrEtIl11,1ing the truth and importance of the for the collection of Claims the United ?. rain" uirnmrvo, that be had by
Union rccepts of tho Goi-pcl which he promulgated.And Tlic Studies f the Juvenile Department, are 20) 91 9. 1 77 47 1 93 1J9 4 OJ upon science anti ctpcri;n'-f'.ikTwecl an article which wouldbe
The Pint Etj'v (f MIC Jninwiy nnultcris i io "h'lIe take into consideration that his Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Mental Arith- 21. t2 J7 1 f-2 43 1 94 2 02 4 17 States for Military or other sen-ices, pensions, of Incacnlabbdl5fltage( to mankind when the

already eilinn"-d.' nn;].lB sis our rupplr was inruifnld labours, usefulness extended to a period metic. 2'2 91 9'J i8-I 49 193 204 449z1 supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or means would be t li\u'hsi) to bring it into universal
thought to have been. JITH! .\ .vi.f-oM: F.1)1TNfeqval of more than haifa century-that thewhole First Class-Reading, Spelling, Modem Geo- 971031f.l 10196200400, when its ii,..tiin ilie! virtues would be know.
in TI.I'11 t increase during 21 9'J 1 07 1 93 51 IJ7 2 20 .1 7; other property lost, for which tho United Statesis and appreciitctl. '' -Bxe has come the means ai*
fhyinrr' viw /'ff -$ period nn unerring course of rectitude was graphy, Grammar.Writing and Arithmetic. supplied this l ;'
S of 113 bl'Tl't.-.1'1i11' '"mturulMltd| li-t wf ralc manifested in his walk and conversation ccac Second .
fcrilrs, tb' pulil', '!hfis I.> ]l'I'.mi.-o their wonder at the very high degree of estimation Botany, JUcdern Geography, with the use of 261)7117211) 5321029524 Address Jacksonville. East Florida. Is mnnnrncinrcil o v > :.t .and Is called Ins
reader t-neecfciou r.1 nutlm' <.f In'.i-.iy j>n.l cx- with hil'h his memory is cherMicd, not only l.y the Globe, Panning Exercises, History of the 27112123217 1121S289549 throughout the I Ic.5r. 4&l lirendth of tke land especial
) cellenee suehjiscLti be (jnilJcJ I'.v iio jeiioditalhi the members of the denomination, to the upbuild United States, Watts on the JUlnd, Rhetorical 231)13221 53232321578 ly as it Is found inciiiUI of degeneration or deurionHon.

the world. log of which his tint ii ing energy and exetupharyJ'iety Reading, Spelling, and Defining. Z)12i3523l 1624735660.5 Philip Frazer I IJ *:
Those whoha-,njroodyyeen the .Tanuary number so much contributed, but by the truly iiouofevery s Junior .Sfu(1ics-Algebra, Geography of the 80131136236 57270429627 ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW Unlike yonn S. rjTnwn'wnaX Improves with s&
6503i tttt far the better because isle
.i' mid n 1-2 1t2 243: 53 311 431 ind never chnncoi ; prepared
need no asurrlk4, < ;iils ev: < iifiico : lor I'eel.The heavensVorccstcr'! History, Analytical Botany -
those who Lave i.i-J: '" n e;''re f. r r.foiding the unprejudiced death of Wesley was pl.'rfeet1yeonI'Onl11 Parsing in the Poets Reading,EIayr riling, 133 146 250 59 367 463 675a JACKSONVILLE FLA., n knowledge tcienttfc *nfCn4inUtry b unfit) t by,a and, ttltiJc.the latest disc.v-TWhlcheit

and ull. 1 1ik.t' PIJIMif others. The with the even rectitude ofhis protractrd, life, and (daily,) Composition Writing. : ; iat 1.J3 257' CO 435 491 700 72.5 Will attend to any professional business entrusted cries of tUr art. have *( U teen bron'ht lntore
press from Cno crd ,of tI!#, tintvtiy; to Hi'1 ether adds another to the many: prooli that the "end of &a Sllu/cuis-Gcometry,Algebra concluded, 3-t 133 150 2 61. 61.453 5O to him in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit mannfnetare of tS" (Old Dr'Saraaparaia.' Tne8ftrsaparllla >
echoes the 'j"lie t'oi'n.ill )ptniii"iiinn' } ( iraluim's: I hepood man i.s i poace." The t1u-ing scene of the Trigonometry, Chemistry Logic, Intellectual 3.1 136 153 275 (2. 71 529 755 I : root it it n't'J! kkown to medical men.contain
Jlagazine t1l be tlA' aU3c>lieid "fI-t 1'I.tuI111111'e- life (.f thi* venerable man i i" the one which Mr. l'hilo'Ofhy'lforall'l1 lo ophy, Natural 1'hiloao- 36139157281 63400550785 and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. lie- ha. many medicinal: rn'l-1lWollnc1) some properties whick

tiodical that has ever UM ii}--I"I 1 in ary: country 2i\tnn ha-H> hajpily chosen as the subject of lily, and Latin, (optional,) Daily Essay: Writing, 371-13163200 64500571815i431703O.5 also such an advantageous connection with an are inert or u,elessjfcniji others which retained IB
ourst'lves in 11e faithIf \a.-t bod. his beautiful IIcwcw 38 53534599855 preparing it for Ujfj jtiace ftmnUtte* and ecu*,
For wrsiw our .ninting-a faithful of which, Composition, General Studies.
copy 627 89; able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensure : Jaj stein. Some of the sA wdl 11.tI.e rrrl"rd :m 157 176311 f:6 5 9 which Is Injoriorn to ff properties
subscriber a- as
; c. manner ha\'e
we thought
TRICES OF TUITION. 49169183320 67500662945 and collection of such claims of EarsaparilJa! tye **> *< itiOHHlrtllII.1;. In'rlltt- would bu a prompt fpecdy a'
efforts ct : mciiiuiito which
puny cocif I, a th01Lands"ou1(1 wish and are I kHU is flia preparation if they are aol
tempt to steal the Uoii" (Mil h. !>,) our imitator to have framed and hung up in the parlour. In Juvenile Department, per ses. of 5 months, 10 00 may be placed in his hands, against the United preserved l by a ,;,(c'fnceti,known only to daMe
produces a rwr vhtch w. iH i !,"' l'oll1fitling! to (irIl'rto enaW Mich. as desire to do thus to gratify First Class, 1200 J. McROBKRT BAKER, Agent.II. States. experienced in iu raai.tTictnTe.. Moreover these*W.

any thing; fIlet of tlc iuo4 lir:>7.'ii lrct1ClI lm:. tin! ir trLi-NBin runsiini.: I .I' profes-ion in the United Mates, has been Junior Studies 2000( ) Medical Examiner.JackPonrille Sept. 1,1843-Ty. under heat arc fir very tsttntial medUtltut r'i"

X'EW AND rnjMgcdto engrave: this elegant picture in his .Senior Studies, 25 00 March 2 1850. ly of the root whia. glee I to it.all Its value.. .. .
"TitE Fir.sT I'nA YTJ',!*,a'e: and FI.leu.1i.l' bit style, nnd, lying upon an extensive patronn Music on'Piano, 25 (fUse Spencer & Baker Any person can 1.09 orwtew tne root tin tney fit a
mczr.otint r.r.:1'PiJ; *It'.\ lunl-iiig nut t-xqui- 'I the rice Las been low that oflnstrument, 5 00) dark colored liquJ.: {f hich is more from the coloring
i put go none else
natter the root the* yt m any thing ; they earn
site jicturcVor jaHiffOiTs-tia. y, uflcrcd to suiji3 Drawing) and Painting 1000 Jacksonville Female Institute. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
I d<'ire it need be without it. The Eugnn is of then strain this Inffld" r vapid liquid sweete with
$ Eub@cribcr. '1 lil"> premium i; fur rujicrinr to a large size, suitable fur framing, und will lie 'Iaxr and Embroidery, each, 10 00 Jacksonville, Fla., sour lIIoll\.,e'. anJ UUe i ea.lllt "SAR3APARILLA.
any offered cLwwher*. i I i printed) on the best quality of heavy plate paper, French, Spanish, and Italian, each 10 (00) mIlE Committee of Direction has adopted EXTRACT or SUl**'?. But such is not the article
Will in the several Courts in *
practice the Eat-
F\1t11Jtf fIIOff':. 'I in a very superior manner, each impre,&ion. pre- It will lIe perceived that 25 00 per term is the JL the following regulations: known us fie J'
a ?! .:ting all the beauties of ajirst class]>roof and highest price that can be charged for tuition in The Scholastic Year is to consist of four termsof crn Circuit of Florida;in thc U. S.Diotrkt Court GENUINE OLD $. JACOB TOWNSEND'S

For Three DeJ'ait, $In Jnl\ m-c. (1 jar raor.ej- in j ,--illlc furnished the Literary and Scientific Blanches, including eleven weeks each. Northern District oCFloridaj the Supreme Court SAimARlLLA.
the state from wlucb it.i id,tcuiUUd.:; ) one ((l'yof; the Ancient Languages. Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic This U io rrep.ireJ-.iU-U all the inert propertIes of th.
Graham and of i 1' 1 lIE roLLowixc rxv rAU/r LOW fRICES: at Tallahassee; and prosecute claims before Congress -
a cory a The Institution will be wIth Chemical per term, 4. The above, with English Sarv.parilH wt are Aai removed, every thing capable I
LARGE AND HAGMFICr.ST PRINT, 1 Copy, $2 501 7 Copies, $12 00 and Aparatut supplied, and a well assorted fmmmar nnl Geography per term, $:. rheabove and tho Departments of the Government at I of Icomin; acid mrfif ibrmentition is extracted aid
I, 3 6 I Philosophical{ the branches of Enghshedueatiou rejected; then every frrtlde medical virtue U acme*
S Copies, 001 13 Copies, 20 00 with higher an Washington.J. .
p by distinguished cBgraVflr, and which inay be Classical, Historical 1 1. and Miscellaneous: Li bra ry. History in a pure and eonreiiitJ form ; and thus it la rendeiveV

considered one of tlifc inust fi beautiful spctiintus cl 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! N. II. Vocal Music tanght to all the pupils natural, embracing, mental, and Algebra moral,Philosophy Geometry,, Botany McRoBEET BAKES. S. SrEXCEE. incapable of losing it'iy Jf its valuable and healing-
U is made the matt
art ever presented l y afO'i'niagarine luUbh'r.- So that members congregations and others, without charge. Chemistry, Geology Astronomy, Rhetoric, Sept. 6-tf powerful properties. Prepared m th
And ak, a new nnJb'lu"! : rill ui.;raving wt..L1e li.V sending toethcrlnd funning clubs,can obtain One-half terms of tuition are considered, dne in Logic and Evidences of Christianity term, Cure agent of inonmerable: diseases.*

for framing, of a fc-tn'ici illject' this iiio-t improssiic picture at advance, or tho whole at the middle l of the term. $t>. Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer, J.BIcROBEIlT BAKER, Hence the region.fe hyt we bear commendation oe

BEARING Tilt' PAVICril TO TilE TOME, Only cue dollar and a half a copy!!! Scholars from abroad can obtain board eitherin in advance. JACKSONVILLE every side in its fcvnrf men, women,and childm.Ws
an-1 t-a: heavy cost, a n the family of the Principal, or in prhatc families The Scholars will be TInder the careful instruc- E. r., find U dnins n-ondenln tho cure ofcoA'SKvprov
preparad espreEsly, very :nrrouniag; the bcd of the lying patriarch are 4 Ytrr.psu and zmn cojw-
tion of an experienced Female Teacher. Co3DflssioxxIt OF DEEDS Alabama Georgia ;
.iiJb. ( ialam'iMagazine. in the town. ,
Premium (,ift tit new 'ciiiH .s to < nineteen the
figures, representing following and In TflWSt'.VJT/SJIf. SCROTULA.P11.KS.
Jr. ifl' ir.'e will furnWi in lien (ofmuny ofwlllll11 accurate portraits gi pcrfens. \': It. W. PARRAMORE, Pr hillcnt. \ :ion has hen made for instruction Music in La- South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia,Maine COSTlf'EJfEl&M CUTAXROUS ER LIP
tin French and
l'ainting Drawing, ,
of either (If the alive 1'1 iitiSa a couiplctc set of cur en. from originals of great rarity.) W. A. BRIXS-ON, for,which additional charges will be made. Pennsylvania, Connecticut Mississippi.. TIcxs. PI.3II'fEDj42CTJ1ES,and mU
mezzotint pOI trait/:cf he ) lUv. PlIARD JiCKE'SON. 1. BUNTING, : arisin: from >
of October Jan. 1 18.j
The first term commences on the 8th ly
Mrs. CJMKI.E'S AVESLEV.Miss D. II. MAYS. 1t possesses a marvf !ru efficacy ia all complaInts art
r-IIW O. .SIKAII WEKLEV. February 14, I .j. Trustee Applications for admission arc to be made to J. P. SAVDEKSOX, ting from JioJ.i.'sshj3j?J frOiS ,1ti ,.. ; the Committee of iJircctiou. circaUtlrn. *tcrminntion of blood to tk*bead
For Fire 7)o//flntTir( JJopics fur one year, anj llcv.: :1"111))1.ltAXKIY..
4. flPtU.t4 inch 'ul!, J. M. ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LtV, panitalioa! of the hc-At.eo d feet and hands cold chill*
of either | to Mrs. EisxiiER ANN Roonns.Mhs .
, a copy
II. D. HOLLAND Il.uhe a. It has not iu equal tar
I and hot nvrr ? l-rf-ly.
., For Tea fcjrivo.,! .(} a copy of the :IuiliueIie llos-ina-ter! or perMU JAnIs ROQEKS. Committee of Direction.IIcv. to Jackonvila! Duval Count), and gentle \\frsp:riti. *, reijilcs stricture of the binge,
forming the ( ib, UTd eitlirr of tHj''alJt \'e Master JAMES ROOEIIS, a child seven ;years of EXt'rdliu of till Institution ivrrcresumed respectfully informs his friends that he has associated throat, rntl evrry otlijsr part.
Prints or a fct of lioctraijl 1 to___each su'iicribcr._ age, the only person now I living who was then on tile ScrontlMi/nduy January J. SWART, Venturer.Jaeksonullc I Eat ia nothhi; Ki excel'eics! more miclfestlT seen
For 7vrlltIJ, /lIl1't ,) *I ('opie for one prc.'cnt.Rev. lost, under the!llen.ltDee mind direction ofMr. July 7,1819. with him in the practice cT Law, hi? ind tin in ?U kinds and
car and a cojiyof4tbrkthe) ; 1'-lol<, or a 'ct of JAIICS CrEiGHTO'v. B. Z. GAl' .1JJX: late graduate of Columbia brother, S. W. &I\DEK>OX. FEMA1F, COMPLAINTS.

the Portraiti to elwh ', cODof tile Rev. Ar.rxA\rnn MATHSE.KorEUT .- College. From a knowledge of Mr. GauldenV A. M. MAXEY The irm will be represented at each and every It works wonders i eatn] of Kiwr JtU *or TniUt.FaKiHp .
Magazine to the l" --tI11l Term of the Circuit in
Club, with acopy cfcuck'uirtl.c Li.gcl'iLjts wan Rey. JohN BnoADBEXT.Rev. and trial l during the quarter of the lat year just rjnAKEis; this method to announce to the pubJi Court the several Count.- .Vtnsct, Irrfgulanti,>( ttJB inenitruij period, and th*
] iio that sho will her of the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of like ; aid n a* e.cos: I ixcunt; all the forms alliS
additional premium : THOMAS BROADBEXT. closed, as well in from the most ampta and Fatis- keep open Boardinghouse Dittos. *

r.6r For the (fn7'(P>itp<:c rf li,'
Clubs in coiiiicclwto Jt' ether Publicationsvcvittscnd .ToVATIIAV EliMONSOX of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend Boarders and for tnc accommodation of strangers .! Court at Tallahassee, and the (. S. Couit ut &'t. system, i:;ives t ine jftnil jruec tti to the whole body,
c. JOHN hORTON, !>!., one of tho Executors of it to the consideration of parents amid guar<.iaQ; .* or travellers gem-rally. Grateful for the very lib and thiu cores all fi.nj.j f f_
j : Mr. Wr'T.r.Y'S'ill.. vho may be desirous of placing tho'c under thoir eral patronage hitherto extended to her, she will Augustine. All business entrusted to their cart Nervous diseases and debility,

One copy of the Ma.azipf.nnd. One of tLc Saturday Dr. Joiiv WIIITEHEAD, Mr. WESLEY'S Phyfi charge in situation offering indutcmccts of spare no cfiorts to give satisfaction to all. Her will receive prompt attention. cud thus prevents onrefcrei a fre t variety ef ethoS

Evening Post 4"->r /Ifclr Ji<*'lnrs.THO dan and ni" rlpher. healthfullnei" of location and high ID'rnlnnd intellectual house is commodious, and situated in a pleasant Address- J. P. & S. W. SAXDEKSON J-tck- maladies as Spinal J mOf'tian. Jfnntfia, St Yitauf
One of the Magazisie ai|i; (>f the Post for A Medical Assistant to Dr. WHITEIIEAD. culture inferior to no other in the Southern part of the town.Jacksonville fonctlle JJural Flirifltf. Dance Stcaoninr, Fpi4 Fita. Ctmeuliim,te.
Oct. 11 ISO.MAGNOLIA County, It cienniej U, bln.rf. excites the liver to healthy A'tion.
Frt Uollart. I Agents for the sale of this fine work of country. Students may bo prepared at this ,
are Jacksonville. Jan. 17 1SSO. tf the - '. gives
Four of the
Three oor.icg flf 1hii' Map iftinc and wanted in every part thcUnited A'tatcs. For Academy to enter any College in the United the UowcU of t>rMrinnd; constipation allan In-
Post for Ten Do11r.t< further particular, address States. : HOUSE flamipitiort. ifi tie itn the eirmuMfaH
pa> < ; equalizes
Four copies of the .iitgazi3 i&,$ ad Two of the Post GLADDING & IllGGlX I Publishers, The strictest attention will he paid to the moral MeQUEEN McINTOSH of the b'ood, rroacqsr! perjtle! warmth equally alt over

for Tt n Dnllan. jt ; I., Mcthoilii-t] Book .Store, No. 40 North Fourth deportment lithe students, both by the Tru.tecsand ST. AUGUSTINE. ATTORNEY AT LA If the body and the iiotitiVite! persplratkn; relaxes all
fix copies of the Magazin<|;nd Ni.ic of the Post .Street, Philadelphia. the Teachcr. The Academy is located within Endures and tihn'k' <, Jrfcn ves all obstructIons mae
fur Tictttiy Ddknt. 1 : the immediate vicinity of the village of Madison well known establishment has oj WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Invigorates the cntreertt4is system. Is not this then
". GREAT onr.,0 TOWXS. wholesale Elegant and retail Engraving by the Methodist will be furnished Book Es, Court-IIou1, in or near which good boardingmay MfBlIIIS Ii: undergone for the thorough repairs,and Circuit ; the United States District Court at St. The medicine! voa re-cminenlly need!
bo most reasonable The reception of com But enn (>f thes-J ttfn| b snld of S.P.TowMeadTr
obtained terms.
ri on the Court at Tallahassee nay
Union from ta1.Jishment,200Iubl'rry St. New York Augustine Supreme
The POSt Office (,f any t< n in the and pany. ; ; Th.i H b
bferinrrrt'ele'! man'* liqnld not to *
into TO
scholastic will he divided two sessions offivemonths iaj
which we fhall receive threatc"-t) number of mbecribers by their Agents throughout the United Stat(s. year each. Tho first session commenced Tho well earned reputation which this House an J prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S,

between to "the(ruliuu'fn-: t id- Jslrtuary fligazine,1&50" during( and the the bear The in purchasers mind that of this this Plate Engraving has been engraved will please by on the second Monday in January last, and will has acquired to sustain., it isthe* intention of the present proprietor Florida against the Government Washington, leewe of o-ie CRASH FACT that the one U IXCA
year 1\1 A'artain for this end before the second Monday in June. The second either before Congress or at the Departments.: TABLE of DC CiticntATpfi.V, ned
first January. 1851, (tho' lagarinv to ie l mailed r. expressly edition, and that Every accommodation will l>o cxtendcii to
to uch Poet Office, rv eV' ribers through it.) Ilhe iiuj're.! ions will, therefore, be all of the first orhir to commence 011 the second Monday in July guests Invalids, travellers, and others, will |ind $:;- ADDRESS, JaiksonciHc, East Florida. NEVES'SPOILS.white .
] and not such taken and end on Friday before the second Monday in the ntVr DOE J ztnjix( ftrmntnr.. and l.
han be entitled to i a ctotinuari of the i.holo < as aro from saondliant this house desirable. It is situated the
J'li ftsJi 1'lulcg. December, thus allowing a short vacation at the facing south May 2, 13.m tf me JT ate tatties eonainU U Into fra-roents ;the lour,ae4liquid
number of subscriptions, rtiflit"ul.lfilr one year end of each session. Students will bo required to with dark piazzas, 175 feet long, with court yard ._ exp'ndin! and din-filing otaer goods t Unit*0f
after the expiration tT thatytnt! fur u Lick the tubflftf half the tuition for a session in advance, aud in front, and protected from northeast winds. The -- --- this horr'ble cnmpouna ba fn'uonoas to the system-.

/ wB waU ha\'eLecn:1: and docm pay the balance at tho end of the session. rooms are eligibly situated, largo, and airy, the DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT. Whatftaeiimt a Jimtinaij diseased rith .s1
a which
I |. The Magazine wiQ bo euitinued on, cither to man, nothing" relates to building fixtures &c.,being new.The House built What causes Dyspepi but eei4l t Do we not aQ kMer

the ubACriltcnthenl -.\( ,| r to thoagcnt through man"I foreign to my feelings. RATES OF TUITIONSOrthogra1ihiy of wood ia lathed and plastered, Sec. In a word, it that when food soars ja our W.machs, what miickMl

i 1 whom we laay reed o th46rdera| for quantities, -w.- Youth & Manhood. it bnilt expesfly for the purpose. NO. 73 YORK STREET it produces ? Catnlercs-, lioirtbara palpltaflo of 1Mhe'irt
whom the )"- HOOt paVngea may he di- Reading and Penmanship With tho : liver complaintt dltrrhqia,dyienUry colic, and
and to the
\ advantages combined
REAR. OF of the J
fi fI ( TIlE COURT HOUSE corruption blooJ VThut is gerofala bat aa tM
i i' hedpl hoal.l bu both iu the ,)
ot both I 00
raetcd, or to t1 OR APremature per les'lOn. $8 proprietress, Mrs. Davis, assures those patronizing humor in the body? ijlVlBt produces all the hiuorawhi
/ sume town as the ca cmajiis.: "- t. ; Death. Arithmetic,Geography English Grammar, the house that her exertions will bo to SAVANNAH GEO. A bring on Em pi bins,ou the Skin Scald Head,felt
ftj-PoKtngo: on alfjctt* I., be jtrf'ifinl. Ad- History, Composition, and Elocution 12 00 please. Very respectfully, Cbeum. Eryiipelas, \Viia SweUitigs, Fever Sores, ma4
: drew SA1UEL' }I. J$rTI"I1'1" & CO I! Algebra, Geometry, Plain and Spherical THE PROPRIETOR. ALEXANDER GAIJ.OWAY, all ulcerations! internal tend external 1 It Is nothief ma-
'f Fel'. 21. MCLjfoutSt., Philadelphia. KIKELIN I : 0'ELF PRESERVATION. Trigonometry, Mensuration of Surfaces, der heaven, but an Bcliln aneo.whlch ours,tad this
S - July 23 Cents. Do. of Solids Surveying, Navigation, AUQUSTIM, Oct. 20,1819. RETURNS his thanks to his friends for the spoils all the fluids the body, moro or leet. Waal
Conic Sections Differential and Integral has received since ho commenced causes Rheumatism but a sOur of.add Hold, which Insinuates
I, GODETS LAdvSteOUK FOR io. rSthis Book,juft published is filled with useful Calculus Natural and Moral DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c. business in this city in 1832 and would state to his itself betwtf the aints'aid! elsewhere. Jrrtta-
\ \ Jo. information, on the infirmities and diseasesof Philosophy Mineralogy friends,and the public generally, that during his ting and Inflaming the idelitaut tlssnet upon wkiek tt
IJl''r' the Generative; Organs. It addresses Astronomy, Chemistry, Botany, lets t So of ftseai&i,
itself nervous of alibi
: J' nml the othn i Rhetoric Logic Ele- TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS, AND late visit to London and Scotland, he has acquired imparity Moo4.
Comparison ( like to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE Geology, various of deranged circulations,, and nearly ail the "
PtiTi1dphiaLkII1hIicc.N ; To nil who apprehend or suffer under the dire ments of Criticism, Natural 1 heoiogy COUNTRY MKRCIIASTS. improvements connected with which afflict human ntture.*, '

(',IMU'IIlI'JItCiI of early prolonged indiscretionsto Evidences of Christianity, and 1'OIiticalEconomy .. N. KEELER & BRO. most respect? DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING, Now is it not horrihteto make mad sell ud i itforn itflait
ISIS the Lady'jj" ; !)I1G 1.lIge'l', wlli.hil DR. ; '
to this *
1(50 solicit n e
all who fo<:l the exhaustive effects of sedentary attention te their fresh stock of which he
JIG W nioii- trusts will enable him to
more nuolrare than the The give general SOURING FERM>: tlNC ACID "
Ancient Languages, 20 0 French COM.POUND"
other Philadelphia % gu\c 24 c-n- and baneful habits-to all who in addition to English, German and American Drugs, satisfaction to all who may please to favor him '
1Kh coloif.l ainl declining )physical i energy, are tho victims of ncr- It. W. PARRAMORE, President.W. Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, with their atrona"e. OF.S. P. TOWNSEND,
graving, w w4\C tuenty .
\ousaudmcntitl debility and of moping and meluucholy A. Glassware, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, &0.- Ladies' tad vet he would fain hive Understood that Old Dr.JvKSS&SSffi'&l *-
iiiuety-throc full putt'-nfcih; ii I'M more than BRINSON, silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls, &e., *
one and IN) more lLt*>lh< r. durpuudc-iicy. Dr. K. would Bay- I BUNTING Hating opened a New Store, No. 29-1 Market st cleaned and dyed various colors, so as to give good SX&m '* ?

': (;OtJf' ,'. .I""Jg'.llA.Jlhll3n. > rurpan that HEAD TIIJS nOOK. S. B. THOMAS, with a fully respectfully supply of solicit Fresh Drugs and Medicines satisfaction. Table Covers cleaned or dyed, as Heaven forbid that wf bcdd! deal In an article wUcb
: of 1849, and exceed Ui'uigazincx, {Met, llrt.'lM.nt, D. II. NAYS. wo country dealers to ex- may be required. Gentlemen's garmens renovated would bear the taattseniblaBcetoS.P.Tbwv|
and to come. j jk t ;\i .11e"ulultMe lith ice and impressive warning itgives February H, 1830. Trustees.AVnchnn. amino our stock before purchasing elsewhere, in the same good stylo as formerly, so as not to ba iend' article I and wrjl h tnonl.l swing down vpoa Ita
will prevent years of misery and buffering, promising one and all who may feel disposed to surpassed by any done at tho North Old Dr. such amonntaikloailuf complaints and' Ttlit-
; Terms-CoM. inJCACSITICENT tl1E -postage paid. and Have annually Thousands Lives. extend to us their patronage to sell them genuine may bo required. Ladies' bonnets or dyed black as lions from Agents i-hoVfiaye loW.'and pnrehasen wbs

.. ti\'F. rRf:3311J. Parents, by reading it, will learn how to prevent County Tax Collector's Sale. Drugs and Medicines, on ns liberal terms as any cleaned, and pressed in a superior style.dyed Ln.Ji.,' have POUND.used B' f' TovfBscnr* TEiMNTWQ-COM
H -
the destruction of their children. other house in the
Subscribers to At'EXt.; \ '; f'e Subscribers city, and to faithfully execute and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned after tho c41J.heqnset1I
a ", remittance of 25 Wewisb Itundeis' lb.aa.z.ufria
O.sA ent"t enclosed in a letter all orders entrusted to us, promptly with t
and despatch.
VIRTUE of most London fA
may choose t Knsravmgi. a.MiwwdloDU. KJNKELIN N. W. BY authority in mo by law vested approved hion. that 8. Townsend's $ tide.ailOld Dr.Jacob Towaread's
corner -
shall expose for sale in front of tho Mr. M. KIEL has been Susaparilla ar ,JMa7ri-d of THIHD & UNION appointed Agent for
One copy one ycaij IhrctC dollan', with uny two Street, between court-house door, in the town of.Newnansvillo One of the proprietors being a'regular Physician the above dissimilar; that they' *re a ilft-- in every porUfalat
nf the following pplf&l'iilpf unium plate* "JK'atl .Vpruec & Pine, J'U I1 AJJBJ.l'IJL\ ensure a Monday, tho eighth day of July A. D. 1850 ,on affords ample guarantee of the genuine establishment, and will attend to the havinj not one single thing iq ertnunoa.As .
) Bed of the Rev. John WMy! ;" VvW.-y IVach) Look, under envelope, per return of mail. much (If the laud owned by thu BO quality of all articles sold at their cstablithment. reception and delivery of work in Jacksonville and s. P.Townsend S I1so doctor and never wa. I* a*
following named the
S ing in the GwenapiAmtJ:! ILllC'alreII1t'rica FIFTEEN YEARS viz: Wo respectfully invite DruggisU and country surrounding country. Terms moderate. chemist no phnnnaccattt--kjioW* no more of medicIne
Guided by Wisdon .4 1]'en. Taylor nod Old extensive and persons merchants, who may wish to become Agents for March 21, 1650. 3m >r disease than any ot4cteorfiiru> ,unacIenic,nspro.-(
J.hnWe.sW uninterrupted practice spent in So much of the ]land Dr. Kceler's Celebrated sional mama. what ttiutem: the pubHe-hava that
M Whitey; "Likcne of th, Ki>v. ; this city hat'o rendered Dr. K. tho being part of tho Arredon- Family Medicines, they
1 "Do. of hi. Co-Ubortr'' th'< Ktv. John Fletcher )micccbsful practitioner far and near most, in cxpcitnud the do Grant, and part of a tract of land known as (standard and,popular. remedies,) to.forward, their NEW RESTORATIVE laming are all receiving the virtues a rS5olzo ofi tlss'Jticleuued i sfiidatlnc medicine ia pre parlatlV tea*

I J the last two, thou 11 H 3 irate tugratings, we treatment of all diseases of a private nature.- Levy's 20.000( acre tract, levied Upon as the prop- address. BOWLING ALLEY BILLIARD SALOON and which are Incapr.hfe -Jhanjos which might sewer -
count as only one Jlii Persons afflicted with ulcers the bOily throat erty of Moses K. Levy and others, lands designated Soliciting the patronage of Dealers, we respect. ,, them the AGENN1'.essetlnute.d of hoalth.
upon ,
FsZl Two copies for lnjj!; and any two of the or leg,' ;jiains in the head or bones mercurial tin Liy of sale. fully remain, &c.TfiIIIE.SUBSCIUBEJI. But what else should $e AijDcie2! ftom one who k ow
above print to each ere rheumatism strictures gravel disease Somuehof a 6,000 acre tract of land, known 3' N. KEELER & BRO., nothing comparative! cf alWni or disease! li M-
arising has
Five for ten IIliUli and extra ol Atkinson Il7iotesale Druggists No. 294 Market just opened, onBAV quires a person of som ti eAenc* to cook and MTV ay
I copies : 111 copy as the aad Clark Grant ; st.
from betweenewnansvihhe
; youthful excesses or impurities of the blood lying JL" STREET, North side, one door from the corner sven a cnmmon decent tie**.' Dow muCh aMnr.iaiatantts .
: the Book ADd any twI| IlL \17 engraving tu whereby tho constitution has become enfeebled, and Sa.nto.fcoriver, and !up mused to Sept.21lytiladelplu'a.* of Liberty street, a RESTORATIVE, IkwiJxa It that the penal into touaftctoraj m.dlcLrnS.
the person eendingtlii'* <: are all treated with success.Ho belong to, John M. Bcrrien' also so much of the ALI.EY, and BILLIARD SALOON. The Establish.ment ielgn dibr j / j ; ;f
I Eleven copies fur t' !, arid an extra who places hinwolf lender the care of Dr. K., land owned by,the estate of D. L. Clinch, adi erso Colombia.. 'County- 3 Tax Collector' SaIe. has been fitted entirely new, and ia WEAK sro2ucR nsrrezBLZi) > srmacs

".. copy of the Hook, an : erayings, te the pcrw-Ji eenxl g I he Club. / and confidently upon, his skill as a physician. urant, and lying near Paine'a prairie;'nbo BO BY"Virtue'of tho power vested in mo by law, I nest maqnr of seeuila&and on* otraUa(their e ll frtrtnes
t Ii _: :' :: ;Any person eendiKj; fi v j AuVtn in advance, much of tho land owned, or formerly represented shall expose for sale, in front of the Court TIlE BAR mist an citrn l'p l wle<{ of the various diseases -

?' :;" BirbseripUon: for ISCiofcd l 51, will l>o entitled to Oil- Persons at a distance may address Dr. K. I by S.J or D.':. Corbitt,'being part of a tract of House door, in the Town of Alligator, on the first Has been supplied with the choicest liquors, and which affect thbpJ1ts57tt5i1.aad how'to 'adaat

r :: ,}outQtbe_ aboviigr ings.More by letter} (post-paid,) and be cured at home. ]land known as Levy's 30,000 aero tract; also section Monday in July nexttho following described beverages suit every palate will T>o, prepared remedies to these thllinlitSfltI J
U i Is franrfcppen to
-, 't"J and;;ko
FortwentydohTx4zi nffcrx.f &&, forwarded by sending a remittance, 10, rango 20, section 11, township 11, rango 21, and .Ciounty tax-\duo.'thereon for the year 1849, bo at all times supplied.) ipalrinj bosom to restore !t alU Led$ btoon.aa4.vlcox

kIlr lice, tell ( the and put UJ secure from from DAMAGE OR CU- section 12, township 11, range 21, levied upon as and the necessary expenses incident thereto,viz s The Billiard Talrt into the crushed and bRAeejJrjpd t(| kaaish lannalrf that
&d1' Book will be seut, ,Ii" copy Of either of lW). 1'fY. tho property of Isaao Frost; also section 16, township 140 acres first rate Jand, lying above the Town of Has- been.-importc'd'expressl- ot.D 1)11. JACOB T4iI'JtND* has SOUGRI..M
die above wagnLcen,' .nh1i \ t-m i. coach suhscri.Mr CCJ-: Booksellers News Agents, Pedlars, Can- 10, rango 20.( section 5, township 9, range 19, Columbus, on. the'tfuwannee' River,'Lots No. 1 )) for the House and FOUND lb.opnortnnlrn upese so rtag i*: '
;and an extra cot* oft tt s Lady hook and vosser and till l others supplied with the above section 6, townshl 9,range 19, levied upon as the and 2,.Section Township 1, South of Range 12. is India of the most beautiful construction, with air and Grand .Llnivexs l COncentrated.
cushions. -
engraving to theperwiinen jug the Club ilteycan work at,very low rates. property Wm. Thorn, trustee; also so much of, East; now or,lately belonging to:: tho. ;state of _rubber > *
: {iq mil! cases schHl,,|vbM they please. the land being partof the Arredondo grant-w4ed' iTios., 'Livingston. ., deceased. '- The Bowling Pins and Balls within the reach and tGh4'inow1edge f n WBaapd j.s4

I ;Jfo thirty dollar lie wiD cud ten copies if the by Mary F. Lewis, wife of John II. Lewis, and A."J. T.: ..WRIGHT.10 Are also just from the workman-and .t,that, they uiayhra, *} Joyful.zaarlM*.a
onvenienco '
every "
I 0 JiooKirnd) .iMrty' 'wifti "l41.Lny of the above eugravmsf. V NOTICE. returned by George M Payne, agent for John H. ,Mt .and Ex-Qfficid TnxAtsaor: for the entertainment and comfort of guests .u 'U( -* a*
fairer Beal
] Lewis sections pointed out on day of sale UlSoflomuch has been to <
it 4 ;ifc l uu nniut ; and Collector of Colibnbia ( provided.I -. :
', 8i.gU number* of Up: Utfr'f, Book twenty-five I ween copartnership the undersigned heretofore, in the existing conduct 1>of eJo. of-,tho land being, ;, part of the Arredondo .AUig.litorApriI4.1850; ; -" 3rn-Jp_ ( cordially Invite the pubU tq call at this stabJishment8Ur : rc'p' t.1For1by
the heirs of .
t Grant;/owned by Nathaniel Wells
lI1IJu. : the ". ; them' that I shall spare no
C Jacksonville Hotel, under lbe-.eame :
h ,. ;T.oove are larwavf I parlor prbU.. Their firm, and, stylo of ",Baffington* ,& 'Cox,"." this; section pointed out on>day of saler'also so much .. .., 9t1ce., ,_ effort to contribttto to their OJ'a lou.. '
; of the land of the-
being; part Arredondo Grant -
W 1N3'
'f Death-bed of .4 totttaiut toanyportraiU "ETTER GEOItOEKffF
; &
; day dujsolrcd by mutual consent. The business the t [ ,-.
U -n
owned >by> Henry .Marqnand Motions
rtWedef preaching Kahojamphitheftlr l ootiin"s wlU l continue to be conduced by 8AMI/EL BUF- on day of sole-as will for, the State pointedout 4s TEstate ,of John! George .ZLrax,..deceased 'Jackeonville,'January>-18apv'j: :: t,( :: soiTiilte EFza;
pay and ;
; hundreds of figures'jirtl cost one thousand FINGTO.N't who alone authorized to collect tho b iring boon granted to the wWribee by the Horn% ,
I fiv I .hundred dollwu'lto' .( &ve H..*!America debts of the late firm and who will also attend to' County together'tax with of Alachna,the e county for the year 154). J vlge of iProbata ,f0y, ?Monroe County, Fla.4 'all PAnain" 'andRa" Straw II.t*J l.,. ";:: Aug-.23, l8.49 -

t-4 I G ec1b1Wi ; .a" y lrgo.line engraving the settlement of their{ joint outstanding accouDts. sale. r expenses attending' ou1 said I -srsons having claimi against wld Estate art so.4ueste4 1etsDounet Trimnungs) ; .' 1 -
r $ .. '. and cost ono tboaiindl eght hundred dolhirs to lhQ Stationery of every cription;; :-
f' SAMUELBUFFI.NGTON present same according to ,
ierij1W JR", $ JOEL ;B, SMITH ': .1 la..Clr -:4, general Wortment"of-Boot ancIShocs.-. ;4, -'
:' ; to engrar, "G and. Old WJiitey"i ; tfiesanzcwilbe barred.., (1
th largest tt? ral! PffiLrp-CO.. : : ': Ta* A. 'and C llcdor. f i : '- ,1' fr:1 w.- Just receiyed and for sale at reduced prices at the
f Is one of dlff'( n Taylor prints, 1 ." swssqr tich :: ,NICHOLAS. SMITH A?
6 '4dm'r.
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.AprIl "I'iI_ . 'd-M-1 NF..TLY.&ND.
1S50..U!_ Mco1m7 >' I store of/ f' It --WM. P. DEWEES,
and is rom :
4egkAl pautjog at 'Jai1 I _
engraved 3-tt.
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