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 25, 1850
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
Physical Description:
v. : ; 58 cm.


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


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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.
General Note:
Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note:
Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--[1851-]; Thos. C. Blanchard, -[1855-]- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -[Feb. 7-Apr.16-],1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--[1857-].
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).

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'Waj full site of the Q0 feet maple JoIst,8 J-2 by S Inches. w f.I. : -9. '.0 .
Bcxxur.or 'CoatTEUCTioJK,' nQt'JPxDT,' "XDRZA1Z1s tree, and the most enrring part of the stick I "', 0'do' '" -do'by.3 ,'- 'J l'Gct i -. ..1"000 ;_ ...... ,.JPfJ..fKI: 'r' e- "-'uat.ww.CIaE''.. "' -., ..i .> .:.., _> .: ea.'- ". ..I''i, >: ...}. ..I2irut. ,, ."OC -
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Timber or Lumber,'?.*** pie cue maybe, lengths, sises, :and_rams in equal proportions. : ,3Mww ash oars,16 feeLf o ig/ > !- f: : i: ? kJ. _. t ,. ye? ;1'k' onua. &;d4if ; -'. '
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(naming the yard and class for,which the offer ._ r 0 .200 ,.elt"do .J&.,. do, .. b Qf2 to feet .. rat'qnality' rhitt piaesdsi4of'an tlat w she ..Lika":-
II latenAed.) win be reeeirfel by this bureau tmtiLS 8OO0tub1 feet white oak butt pieces from twenty 200 -' do- ""1dGi4 4oM ' ** o&fati.---m. wg Kb thickets brl2i II.1t --z.-t-.,--; *ex 'leaS" .Cj, Hfftarwe _'_ -

o'clock P.M. of the 11t1 ptember next, to thirty-are feet long; and from sixteento 2IXh-4o: ".40:1 ,'ut t..G : .t; f! e'1. I ,-: .:J4.iQth. -" feet 1eD/ nd'lCl to 14 hwbe wide seuFk'amz1rt: , -
for ud delirerfay ttfdw contract at twenty (oar inches square in the mid tOO do., do 22 do J.. 1 N h vi- 40.COO ieet first 5-
finishing ., : iuifti quality white im hmb ,
&IIe.nn17 .yards L* tniUr named ; i drIt"" gsasanty: .Uatrary"
Umber. lumber, and other.stMIes' 'embraced intife various tengfhfcandsirtsV*"' ''' ---- 2&4 o-. Idfi ,0: t-'JIW ;" ,? )0Dgfl0 MwMetl.l-?inch thick,. "" thick' to be J2 to If fee' tag T ; of.that 1k-1llid:.usM =NYtr IF :

advertisement. One fourth of the whole qnantUynewired CLASS No. 2.;White'OoJc'Kneo,'Beams,'$i CLASS No. 5-SavJpAOtmv4.):, 600 fee board ,/measure 12 to.18 feel 10,000 feet Jmnd.first 10 to|4 mtbt wid., I. =.= rl '

at each axavy yard iu$be delivered \20 white oak check 4,000 prime white oak stares, 44,inches long i : Io" to lnches 14 qaalityiwkitrpra*ttek, 1
*. knees,the whole length of : otA If ) tb ct fe ftOf-4-incli '
*.r before UM first of Jnly oaei for ta on or be- tbidc,'..k'JS.toJllcd *,ef At United&p& a* &eJsiiaiz
each bodyto ,be from 8to 10 :feet the inch thick,4 1-2 inches wide,clear of saw. sq9 .tt o lqaa -
foreUae first of fow .b be. Je11pU '
September epe on or I '* Ji b.vJOD 'aDd: Id to|4 iacbe*He '. 1. cciedisElasii'prcrgl
length of the arm from1tleeentreoItbe 2,000 white ash barrel stern 41i <, 9 **In
before fore the the fnt thirtieth.of of =el l ip.", 1851.fomrta In'n case or body to be from 7 to 9 fee'.:ucl to form an .Ih ir ; :tJ lt f U! 'TJ O'O' ( r" Jdt1e 1-.fn ( sa 10, first; qoalhywhhe pine plank I lrii'ib. jj .

at Mian to fleDrer the articles ?with1n the times $ gle".with the.body jfromI10 to 120 degrees I NAVYJisRD, H4p1LrIIL ,:, ::1, ,j ,.04readth 'Jncb fl tkiek rlengts .j- l.24ael,'think, taN ls 't Rlritarat a .,t1r .e
,nett tube from 9 to 12 Inches
siding : '
the specified. bvreao the .. : .1Dde
404 ta proportions d .IDQft..i f90J'et; baffi. aiu1'darkngths 1mTi "
toW bodies P ,
: be.aided to the diameter ** ewra boarfi ,
bats the to {
ereral commandant right
4efleMoeies purchase to, euki th*; -contractor supply and arms the siding way; the moulding rises of 6.000 feet. M inch white"pine" .. panel boards :: i .and breadths,I inch thick;.i ,-" ii inch thick to 12 cyprew.,ra is leeUocandiato14iDcbeswide -, :. ., F-_..
thebodies in the middle bMheir lengths to 1O.OOO 1" do' do 18 feeClong't. Jheaoovt. the
&is antics to lie ItIIpOI1Iib1o iu twice the contract : .jerjrbest.white ;'. 'h M er government, ifbothigoterunent -
ado 1 ', be from 15 to 20 iDch s.* jEstimated at 210 lO.OOO,*ili-2 I"do: ; ;do'plankl6fet, < .
"iiith.* aforesaId iimbe$ and other Inches nett aiding per inch nett siding. 15,000,,",2, ;_' dodo, do: 16 feet ": : $ cuss&4-mack'.pncce- : Ssri 'per stick. ehonld tlat tbe .
Articles must be of the verjtqaa1ily: lanfber. subjectto 10 white oak knees.- for cat heads; the bodyto *_ rf W1ite'- .JL.tit Board' i>t 'measure.-"1:J )- 1 CLASS No; 4. : '; i 'i5't'6 or'cornpanjr 'un bo from 8 to 10 feet long the length of ( ._ 25 pieces, Jn feet Jong 16 indies, (fa t S
the lupeetion and meatiarei tent, and in all '.3,000 li'; fnchV ash P1 ts'3,00O"I I > 1 0 hickory; capstan barseach; it feet iff ;. ""' or ---r.-L! .,
other in conformity to the ,the arm from the centre oftb.bodytob.from6tosfeetlougand feet 2 white. : ., ; .W4Pue1erln centre'of. 109., \ ecrnrng the traffic, tbereti -
respects stipulationsooatabttd i
to form do do r- 3 'f length.. < a"V 25 as are aa
la the mice etUMuhed for theIspeiou an angle pieces, -354ort; ,,1pri g,l2 inches io' -
printed the
and measttremtGi ofj timber for the with the body from 130 to 140 degrees; nett f BlackWalrcut. 'I 0 hickory1.. |stan bars. ]'ieach. l2ffhi1engthf :04.. diameter iitreo1ilIn I to ., .spirit:.c and inttntiot'. -, ft cf.this:-cofiTQtrakiDg'pjartlwover'tni ..
aiding of the arms to be from 12 to 16 inches; or. ..f if"To > :"ti1: g., w c tr "r.
of the United States, (copies of which 25 f
nary may the rough aiding of the body'must be two ;1,000 feet 5-8 inch black walnnt boards' a .,fiecesi} O to. 35 feei, .Wi..S wcBes 1 ia'dTer ,'
be sees at either navy ardor nary agent's office.) be'hewn tobe! 'inches r' < 1* Of 9t f J t $; :
,! 6
inches larger than the diameter of the arm r 2,5O0 do do -. do,; square,: in wntre of.siingl ._. f v
All articles delivered be J -
teqotreA to in all *
respects,satisfactory to are thtiJcomnutedant,of the the siding way; and, the moulding size 1,000 ."' 11-2 'do do' do' .. : square"at the butt nds.. Ddbot 2pis,25t: .30,fcetjong, T 'nebeVjo Ji-7 : ; I COIFQUC'n1 t..
of the its entire 1OoOM 'a 'dodo; do- I "- less other, or by ia
body, length must not be than:41n'ches"lIl1uue-lttthe f'.
station where .
yard or delivered. .ametuID-cenlle 61
f less than its rough aiding size. Estimatedat ,, 0odi3 iA d 40. ;. sling.f uureasboable
small end
Bidders 1 the : "
are particularly referred $ instraotions ? per piece.Obickorjhai4sjtes ; f : ;
in the "printed rules!/alladed to,in framing 140 inches nett siding-per- inch nett si-' .21.i. J,1 ,:t ,. .:. 1 each r r feet-In' CLASS Nfo.> 5. .rHtOoi' 'JTwa, per, sided. !%'ooda, .joooDg-ffo:r....,_. jO -
1 ding. 5- .: :fluA. ; '
their :
offers.Tb. articles. N.
white oak timber mutt i be! a 40 white oaks beams. from--25 to 30 feet. long; 2,000. feet .(board-measure) 1 Inch, white'oakS ,:lengtb,5tobebewnsqua: ; to'.be 4 ; p g
tuared. boards 30 feet long;14 inches wide:" -'" 50't topside 5 inches! withdraw the aforesaidfpt Q'
the to average 23 feet in length to side 10 Iin.square, t'the.butrends: hc1I lOt oo .
oeordinc growth .of xae free]1 to hare / .
no "
inches and mould 8 inches, and to 1,500 feet(board measure)2 inch white oak plank > '50' 'do 6 1-2'd&50 :: : ahty w, tl. Ol1t firaf' iIi .
wane exceeding one fourth'-of jthepridth of the 'spring SO feet long,14 inches wide. ._ less than! 3.ini: square? t'the Jn ll 11_ 4. .
face of the side as squared]r"' All nhe! yellow pine 10incheainfeet.feet-per cubic foot.Estimated at till cubic 1OOO feet (board measure) 1 1.2 inch-white" oak .end.' All,ofthe: "abore.'pieces i to.>e ",> 'do 7dO. !;' ",other : ,d it rii :. r
Umber most be of the rery! bsi qoality of long SO feet ,14 inches,wide.. riven : 50 'do8 .d 0 .flzcLg
long .
Itafjux grain Southern ytSdtirf iaf j to be hewedto 10 white oak beams 31 feet long; to side'J2 plank pepiec! "f'. !j ? t. b.-t -9eU

.fair edce and to hare ni m re tap than one inches and mould 12 inches and to spring rYellou Locust .Timber., : :Cypress (perfect,), ., .Measuring' t' 1,325 'inchesbojiestolte' Thec.otricting partJia. tLsatc Iilf 11III
eighth of the breadth of tkeifac from each corner 10 inches in 26 feet. Estimated at SIO. cubic 390 cubic feet,first quality-,yellow locust 12 56 prTfeetldnjArnTir'fdbe: frdnf 4 feet engage to mritt erenr rla% 'Will Wtfor "
j the contents of all sapjw; be. exUddedin the feet-per cubic foot. to 18 feet long'to be got in the round, and not t;5J)0 Jeet board measure, 20'feet ;long, 8.- 1 :6 inches: to '5 feet Jon ;r: lfone'to, taty .either:hare.friendly MatootM W eIIet'
sMasnrementofthe ''fTbe ekk 3,000 cubic feet best quality pasture white oak _to 10 inches wide,''1 14 Lu thick. 1
timber.] most be --
leas than 12 inches diameter, at the small end.NAYYYARDWSSmNGTON ,thore'than5degicesfrJmnarigbt inelei Into
felled between the first of October aijd the first of butt pieces (round logs) from 12 to 15 feet 1,0 )O.Icet board measure,'26 feet I 16og8 to ,; : .'. ." ,ajuljleo4l ,- < etipulations with theoeiinilar/ ;Qa 3
March and must have gmrtt withia sixty milesof long; and none less than 20 inches diameter ,10 inches inch thitk ." : ,, .. which they hare entered UMO With et ; .
the sea coast; most be stripped of the bark or at the top and clear of the bark,the beamsto ; ." -:' .' wide; 1 : ; to,. the. end that aU. other t ies may ilai :iwe
hewed within twenty days cfr it ie felled and be free ofwane.-per cubic foot. CLASS; No. 1-White; Oak'Timber. (psr.ivbic: 5OpO, board measure, 26 feet log;.8 to -. : ,, -, nonor ana- advantage i ."ini'i ieoatri*
placed clear of the ground of whieh-satisfactory CLASS No. 3.-White Oat Plank. ., .- ', : 10 inches wide, 7-8 inch thicks > 'S 'O;." "r" ; buted.toaworkofsh
) IC ta1
foot. ., IA..L. Ictereat
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evidence must be given by ih!Jcontr ctor by the Jo 0 ;feet board ure,26 feet 'long,'8 to -
production of eertifieatejs lip l by Uro respecta-I 1 100 'white oak plank 12 in/wide 7 1-2 in. thick. 50 white oak logs,' from '16 to 20 inches 10 inches wide, 'inch thick ,' .' :"/,:- : r importance as the canal hUe cca tuip '
100 do do 12 do 7 3-4 ? Ote ? it.itt.. S
do Idlent
By re< f the or An4 -
olo with their "' eeonhrathnr .
oath pa4sibketvee.rr.
witnesses deposition ton bej j square, and 40 to 50 feet in length,the -" -
100 do do 11 do 6 1do 1,0 0 feet board measure, 18 to 20 feet long, AmeHe
fore some fudge of the court oi- mai4rate within : 100 do do. 11 do 6 *do whole measuring about 3,000 Cubic feet. ; that each shall enter into- t .ltJr I, .,
:8 to 10 inches wide 3-4 inch thick.
the township or coonty wlei-t. ,the timber was 11 ''KOCLAMArmN. with such of the Central
100 do do .10 do 6 1-2 do Azican-statea.
felled. f j CLASS No. 2-Wfrite Pine Timber, (per cubic L 0 feet ,board measure.20 feet long; 7 to
WB deem
Persons offering for more tb sue*ard or class I I To be sawed to full and even thickness and to foot.), .! 9 inches wide 1-2 inch thick.* 1t ri ':Convenlioq' between' the tlnU they may adrisahJettor the prpe 9f
mud make separate and distinct proposals for parallel widths;and not to hare more than a half ted States of America and her .Britannicmajestf more efiectnally carry irg cjatl|* '
the supply of each keeping (jbe'dasKS of articles inch of gap wood on the corners of the face, or 20 white pine Jogs from 16 to 20((:inches J_SpO.feet board .measure,- 16:to 18 :feet : of this coaventipoj namely,-&&of eoostrai

separate, and embracing tije whole quantity of sap side of the plank. Estimated at 122,000 feet square, and 35 to 40" feet- ini length; the '. Jong, 7 to 9 inches- :wide' /12inch for facilitating and protecting''the i ing and maintaia tag the said aaal,.

all the articles In the clasii The::cost of each i board measure-per foot. whole measuring about 900 cubic feet;' thick. constraction! ,of,:a ship canal between theAtlantic communication betweeq taitvo cosaaft _
item most be distinctly carrie'i ont, (land the aII| 20 white oak plank 30 to 40 feet long, 10 to 18 l.opo feel board measure,'12 to 20 feet long, the benefit :
gregrte of each class correctH footed icp,which u | inches wide,3 inches thick. Lumber, 'iJY1&ili Oak,.ptr foot:)' 12 to 16 thick.The ', and Pacific! ,oceans, ,and'f t, otber of mankind, oq Meal terms to&B
,, material to a fairrompar 3on"ofbidsi : 20 white oak plank,80 to 45 feet long 10 -to 18 5,000 feet,' board leas rt,: 11ndhvbt! purposes, 'vras .concluJed-' and signed at and of protecting..same; -Acd tiieyi'abd
N. extension of time for dalirerieii under any I! inches wide 3 1-2 inches thick. ,oak,boards.' -. above cypress boat boards are to' :: agree that the good office of ei the'aballhm
circumstances, will be granted; and penalties fur 20 white oak plank, 30 to 45 feet long, 10 to.18 '., : ** be of the very best quality:* All under Washington on,the 19th 'day* of April 'last,' .employed when requestedibjrahA-4heiia :

OD-fotWmeut. will in all caaaa be rigidly enforced;'I inches wide, 4 inches thick. 5,000 feet,' board, measure,- 2 inch ,white 12 inches in breadth to be quartered which Convention Is, word for word 'as 'folOWK aiding and assisting the ftkotiatjo "
bidders -therelore requited to'offer for no > 20 white oak plank, 30 to 50 feet long, 10 to 18 .,oak plank. S clear 'of rot ,. .!
sapwood splits,
snore than they are sore they i aa framish within I inches wide, 4 1-2 inches thick. 10,000 feet, board 'measure, 3 inch white"oak l treaty stipulations; andswail anyj -
the time ape ied. 1.1.' 20 white oak plank 30 to 50 feet long 10, to 18 plank. shakes-knots,&e.' :. ces arise as to right or prcb rty.i.tJhe.

,The price of all manufacture 1 or Mwed lumber inches wide 5 inches thick. : J* CLASS No: $--No;'I',or 'first:',quality White 'Convention" aisgeut.z' Slates of' i.torf.: through which ,Uw{said aa1.
win be estimated and determined bjfcoard; mtitvrr -I To be fair of and White'Ash;( foot.) Pine America an&lur Britannic 1Iaje tg. between thestates
; the square and round timber, $finless other- i sawed ,and eYeD thickness, to .. .Boardsperfoci.) w, .sTheUnitedtates' ) "- pass :t 3re nlentsGt
wiaespeciedbythecubicfao. I |I have a natural curve edgewise, not leas than 12 2,000 ibo ld'mea.' re, 3 inch-white ash '",600'feet 'board.ineasnre, 'frqrn 12tO20" ; -of ArnericaandberBn- Central America; and sock dtgereftin rl

Approved sureties in price tb estimatedam.nnt II i I inches 13,01)0) in feet the board length of each plank.foot.Estimated at plank,'from'IS to 20 inche vide; ""feetlorig-"Id'to"24: inches'wiJe,1-1 tannic'Mijeslji; being desirous consoIidaU ti any way impede or ofrrtnKt the Tft'gtitm '

,will be required in the Piabper set forthIn 1<''' CLASS No. Elm measure-per White 3,000 feet boardmeaare1.2: inch white ., .-. -.. inch .UU&A." -1. ;.rfr;; : :; i ing,the relations.'of amity. vhich'. so; happily of the said canal, the gOTaZneh1IL**;'th* -

, will the be contract withheld, and from ten the per ateontat rennmln of addition'j'.'I 4.- Ash and BladeWalnut. -ash plank, from ,16'.to 18 in wide. ,, 600 feet board measure, from 12 to 20 ft subSiSt between them,.by,' Uing forth," and United ,State and Gr&gjjjtheir

. meat as collateral for thefnithful: pay-- 4,000; fiet,'board measure, 2 !ochwbiie, ash' Iohff'l8' to 24)inches,'wide, .1.& fixing'.in a convention'their '.tie ws',"and 'in good offices to: eWj-sch "d&ereacesiin
secarit.YIl performance 500 cubic feet best quality elm timber (butt 5' 'plank trom:12 to 16 inches wide..! with reference" of
tentions the best suitolj
of the means
: : etypej centum of ::'Inch thick., i" ., .! any manner > promota the i*|
each delivery win be paid by the nar: $,agent with- cone-leas pieces) from than ten IS to inches twenty in diameter feet long at, and the 6,000 feet boanl measare, 1,1-2 inch-; chite 1,200? feet bo 'measure" from 12 r. to' 20" ship 'canOl. which 'may": terests ofihe'said. canal,!* ufcft

ia thirty days after the pre nta.(ion 'br approve,! top end, clear of the bark-per cubic foot. asb.plnki' from'10 to 12 in..wide.. :-. feet Jong 18 to 24 lDebes.wide 1 I. constructed between.the "Atlantic p.ndPaciflc the bonds of friendship ;i 4n11iadce wJudfcejustbetireea
in thetcoamanilant
triplicate by of_ths lrumf f .,bitu.afLp1ank! ; from The, whole_ to be in lengths___, /rorn12- -tqJO ', -.. ...t.'c"S ,' .--- ..; ; .5 -', o "way f' tbe'vCr &1'loa" the..eo .- q. ,
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' Every offer must he aceojjjpjinicd Jtr a writ.ten 1 2 inches thick, per foot. 'WhttePmeT peT loot.) and breadths, 4 incbeTtnick. anStiiihe or.n'IO-'IO oy potro It bting'desirahle =time..8ttpuJa"N
jmaranty (the I'ep4Inai\ilit1.f the guarantor or 1.500 feet board measure black walnut, one-inch' : ocean.the' Psesideatofthe .
gn&rtntorstobe certified t by .a nafy agent or I boards 12 to JO feet long, and to average 500 feet t .board meaSure .5-8'inch whilepine 5,6od'. feel' board measure'usual lengths. and United States has conferred.fall poem unnecessarily 1 .lost in'coostructing > ocing i 1 ;eooGkjvernjnenta
other official person,or by some one known to the i 16 inches wide-per foot. prime plank seasoned. J breadth 3 inches thick. the said rna1th,. oritain
Boreaa that if the offer bet: d. the bid- and on John "il": Clayton; Secretary of'State, : '
) aecepft CLASS No. 5.-fellow Pine. feet board 3 inch white pine 5,000feet board measure usual lengths, .. the United States and G &tetmlo
1,500 measure '
the [ / -. j
der or bidders will within tin d Tli'. receipt ; .
of the contract\ the no*t c.m.cejduil-uated 30,000 cubic feet fine grained Southern yellow prime plank,.seasoned. ... *' 'br adthi, 21-2 inches.]thick, ,. j jesty'on the Bight Honorable Sir Henry'Lytton to gveheirsOpport'adooaeeniasuch '

execute the same with good.and eaffisent rarefies pine plank stocks to average forty-fire feet 500. feet, board measure, 4 !inch white pine 75,000.. 'feet board meisure; osnal I lengths" and Balwer, .a-.MeintJer of He Majesty's persons or company t -r 4f5t'ototommeAcetbesame'jbtncer**
to faraish the articles proposed, agreeably$ to the In length, and none less than 33 feet long prime'piank: ,seasoned. breadths 2;Inches tblCk. / !
terns specified in this adr rtieinenl or which -per cubic foot. .. 35,000 .feet'board :meu r 4 usual, lengths Most Honorable; PnrfCouncil,, Knight ,capital; the consent of,thijfosal 'anoities
in the .li-The law of Black Walnut, (p /CJOt.) Commander of the Most Honorable Order of '
mar be ejmtract. .0 cubic feet fine grained Southern yellow and breadths, 1 1-2'inch thick. ant on such principles |sord : ithCthe
10th Anrvst. 1546 forbids the eonaidoration of all pine promiscuous timber from 25 to 40 feet inch blackwdi- the Bath and' Envoy Extraordinary .and, thisLventiesnd '
5-8 .
inches 500 feet board measure, 75,000 feet board m.eaiu,usual lengths and spirit and intention of if '
not by mob .
. accompanied ffaaranty.rodders long, and ftea IS to 24 squarepercnbc Minister. .Plenipotentiary, of her. Britannic
ore particularly tintfoned to endorse foot.CLASS. nut plank seasoned. ,breadths, Inch; thick ;,. : any person or company s wmid alrtaJy bavej
tanr eftn as above required4 that they may be No. 6. White Pine. 500 feet, board measure, 1 inch ,black 'walnut 70,000; S feet board :measure,.usual lengthsand majesty to the United States ,for'the'.f'ore: with any State through wbki ta '.proposed -

,, distinguished from other bpEieets letters in order plank, seasoned. .., .. breadth;.5-8 inch thick.." \ sall purposeand thesaid' plenipotentianeshaving ship canal may pass a op trici for jfa.tall'

to prevent their being ojned be&re the day 30,000 feet board measure No. 1 or first quality 500 feet .board .measure, 11-2( ,. ,inch black uCQ"i Pint flank exchanged theuf fnH .powers,:which straction of such a canal M' .specified
S inch boards- thousand .o'-2.
appointed. } white pine one per or qualityWJiite agreed {
onf1rmitI' walnut plank, seasoned. were beinproperfonnhaTe! this to the lsuions:of waidl : .
All offers not made In strict with feet. .hoards, pn'fod.). Jof'and conrentioo sup
tiiis adrertisemeDt in every' particular, will be 30,000 feet board measure No 2, or second quality to WJ g articles r contract neither of the c 4a tleg artie'IW 4

considered or rejected at tbs option br this Bn- white pine one inch boards-per thousand .NAVY YARD, COSPORT,-VA. 15,000 feet board 'measure tisnal lengths, '" I : this, convention have any!steaaseWobicompany I :
teaau .Those only whose otTers ma*,be accepted feet. and .breadths,'2 inches thick; '
win be notified, and contracts (forwarded without CLASS'No.:1. feet board measure' usual: lengths I The go'rer rnents'ofthe1nIted States and jeet t and the said persons sMBi' I

"eta,. | t NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 20,000 cubic feet of white oak plank stocks* 15,000 S and breadthsClinch: thick;. *' GreatBritalnhereby: : deelare\that' neither moreover, hare made ppaIons ndZ ''
;Persons offering are diret'cij to jdengnate the CLASS No. 1.-Hickory Bart t c. per ,,, the one'nor the"other will' Ter"obtaiB: or pended time'money and 4isbl4 oi hef1th.. .
post office thronxh wbkh taety daaire(to be addressed White Oak Thic1' ,for Cap'and Trettletree White Pine Plank Stocks.5iOOO :: '
piece.) asaintaia'ifor" itself:any ,;clasiTe Control. ofsnch contract,:'it IS. te3'.agreed tLhaveaprio :
aM th. wy, agent to wboa4jlhe contact $.' > : "feeV.tb fr m35'.to 60 feet such ba1 c.
iIhaI1 bo sent for execution. 100 rough hickory ban 6 feet long and"3 13 cubic be" l over the said ship canal;agreeing that neither perrons or company, : "
inches square. 20 pieces, each 21 feet long, 16 inches wide 1 .16 l gtb'D to be 'less thari'14 i incbes will ever erect maintain any fortifications ityofctaimnoverevery: et : i : -

FORM OF QfFER-t 20 white heart hickory:butts,8 feet long sad 9 I :IO'inches,tbick<> .: V ,._ ""-, .' -.- :' at the"small. end-per' cubic ommandin the' .nmeor1n they vicini. sons," (lDpanY'to the; ol1rof tW '.

,. -l- a-r--. .au1i._A inches diameter oa the small end.CLAES .. 20 pieces}' ,feet Jong, I:1,,'jpcbes. .wide,.,10.,j I, 1oot:5- ', *5- -. thereof-,occupy or fortfyv or1 taton: Government ;of :the _" 'States aid

: Sat I hereby agree to furnish\ 'ad deliver at No. 2.-Ugnumvitas,,(per cm.). inchesthick.:. '" '- :CLASS NOi e.i$( :' n4..r letierI jar, or assame Or exercise any dominion over, GreatBd&saMbealled i rd

the jiavy yard at-- *!% laeofifonnitT with 4 tonslignumvitx, from 15 to inches diameter., 25'pieces 17'feet long, 13 ''inches'wide, 9 -' pse.)5-' : 1'.- -- Nicaragua,-Costa.Riea the.aito ;coast the daf1foftbe ezcbaage rtf'tiuf"nSe&ob* -
the reattiremenU of the advtlsem ,t !by the Ba3 13tU' do : of :conveatkm for diff !tieir
t 3 do do inches thick;. : I S'etet or*nyparV of .Central America," nor! willeithCrmake' this e aifraagemeatSand
et'Cftltrutin Eqnmnent; and Repair, of 3 do do 11 to 12 do inches wide 20 pieces,"sJJ1ch i ; evideaeejof safi .
: UM 24th J. M, 1350. the several articles of-, 5 do do 9 to 10 *do 25 pieces 12 feet longj'',.14 : .8 JQ do.8 do <*aoSO ; hsc torahy protectKJttwhich subscribed. iK 6sir5Jftcontemp'ated
in Class No.-rl Cfeaees No. .inches thick. ... : ;' afibrds ot afiord, or "'alliance ficient capital1 > accomp
numerated ( ar) 6 do do 8 to 8 1.2. ,do -- -- <- -- : :. dO' d O.j : ,.. either inay. any *
sad No.-for that yard, t wttt "j: 6. do do 7 to 71-2 do su g in all abouV 15,500 feet, board. dojT5 yt Vs have4* feet aDdJ: which either has or nay hare to/Or, with : Budertakiog kmzM erfetood
: fc. Ci.asaNo-' 1 I 5 do do 6 to 6 1-% do measure-. -per'footL" a-- /'; Tf :i-ri": The above 70 pieces State or people for the purpose of erect. that if at the exphatjoaof'tbjrfafore

:r -'.able feet white oak plank.stocks, 4 do .-, do 3to51-2do 4 .white 'oakl knees 'for'toat .to.eide Jnchio jengthforeyeryinchin4i-:; ; any sachforuficationaf or esJdod; ocfsach'c t
$ at-cents per cubic fonts t 9 To be of the best quality St Domingo lignum- 60 anBeter. '-.- :' leg or maintaining any -
v able commence and cariqf oat'we EfopOJefi
JI to he. I 3 : |
_' sided Iw4.e.f whiteoak: bia rits, 2240 pounds to the ton, to be straight and from 5.inches.. tOne half ,: i .M-pi ce8ochesd ,mtte ", "tl of ipnI'.fortifying' or olonizingrKicatagna Gorertiafeehii'ofUnited '
knees at-cents cJded tnck, and the. other be 5i "" Costa ':coast,or enterprise, then the .
- per round free from checks or other defects and DOtlea ,got square do5do do Rica.tJWMosquito : .
l 60'
I : and Great Bt tala abaltke
: ; States *
than 3 feet long. of Central Ainerica'orof assuaiftg
;.o :.1"n J- in.sq are, perplece. r. The above3110piecestOiihaye jBcfeet.'jin. any part
I' cz==_ CLASS No. 3.-While Oak Plankgs4 Boards. '. 5,000 white oak hogshead staves;<3 fret 6 oteveriyincl in WUet".t-J exercisinr; dominion orer the/same;'[nor to afiord their protection tinjfpt.a. *
l ,
; ; s;. fCLtINo-j J 4iit ,1 :(board measure, per foot.) './ "j '..inches long; 3tincbes wide full inch I "iSo'poles- .Je p from| !.;2 1-2 to founchesin4ameteri1and o: ,wiU:the:United States or Great.B &-'take orthnwnyIthatshall: bermence'and pmdi1JJfc- .

d..eab"* io feet yellow pine pipeeat.apernbier \" 'it4z, 2,000 feet 21-2 inch white oak plank from 20 to' B .lJhidcf.per \hous nd.; .. t.lUlzTi I.. from ,16 to '%O f eC inI advantage If.anyintiniaeyor. se t any milk ; proreei with' tae tao -

>- .i 35feet in.length. -, -., q.20feetZinchwiteokpank'tra 300O white"Oak! ho-head heaain .2 feet G : .S_.g.,. .Ii-t"'t'f lio' 4P1 )%.> .I; colJDaMJ'r WlGehU that ltAermay. thc in3onesti9m" J r.t.sdt -
.w..n.w Ji 5 .
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tl35 CI
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24 q tft ;; L_ ;
S-" 1ch s' J lOng, 3 inbes wi4e, 'fUII'1 I _, 'J 't '; f" :"A4 fpcl'iFc possesstbhghhois8;'withtpUr..fStat t Ofi' ternment .Au..IoA .., .
,at *ents ukie '
i r per&T. 1t.. r feet in length. -rt. \o inibbtek; ftbbusa af&1 H ":5- 'J : Sr4i, pIJPf l d itmtor'1lh Said.Canalm&Yfoi'&b i'i -"" -\l' .f -
ra'' 2000feetll-2inehwhiteosk plank,,from 20 to : I :,1 S
"!,_ .) : "1 ;1i I':.: till: .. -85 feet J leDxth.J. -.j.. *"* > j :OOO, itemk4barre11at&1'e'L:2; .feet6.- 6piOci ticks !t.5Ieet long-14nath--: p58 e'pttrp se of aeqainng*belduijr; 'ta1'lftit. ." 'b n" ct.'J fJ;. if : ,:. S

: : I"I t = 1,000 feet 11-4 inch white oak plank from 20 Ul .: :ht.- nd1es'oDg,(tbret +i ldo ; neot''O'jwdl.thlcki 8 I'itl S5r &fdds'tJU4.d. ectlrdr iadirtctly or the:itiJ n sUb- t1hcnft19". zno1bisonvdnti ,,,;::
-70. '
E Ifay bid be accepted, I desire to ..'addressed 63 feet in length. .a : -. f rtbog."tf.. .A$1.-. ..... :.15;;:cloQr ds doni1nd se-u .eets of the one nJ '!riidvidasMoanierceornaui11irongh 6'ft' (. CUl&t,, ''0 b.41.1. '' ;;/1 :.-:

1 atHd tUMfiostosoeat '_". ap|.the contract 3,000 feet 1 inch wits oak Boards,9- from r6:to 23 I: k )b l h' *"i "'f."" The diameter the above njrill.biineasored ; nglrQ4lde; t5 h-.t"Jt id1 < : ., '

':. to bo..Uo UM nary areatai'*, 1; for> *zec 2,000 feet feet 7-8 in length inch whit; *-okbo.roia.6t.25feetlntengtb. T ,i .'inches Iong3' inehes i wideT1!" Inch (i .2obe-thiTdVp froni' the btEen4tleU. he eaid WbieJI'-.ha11 not b*-o riJbn tend erfrotecticm! I. .:'t. ,.5 ,(. :' '
u.a.1 f A.B. "' _.1' 1.b.lfUt ; .
.,Cxas. W: rfBureas -. 1 I "ticL1 peribbnsafldi]:'* A&'Sf'a- vW*4 Or* ---s- t cfibarki.5k K -'frJ* lI' i'M..1 the same terms to the fcilben or subjects of1hi1otheTfU1 tO' 1 uwe.. ] .' 1U, ,\
i SmmCkitf. '.Bq 1,000 feet 34 inch white boards,'from 16 lots : "0 6.whi1eskorbJckbrybutta14.JeetJong ; : ';':. it.oi1"J' 1' ',J., 2411. ,'.;{t 1\1t.'USS :' q & > *# /.7 whether by canal or'14&1I4":' '' -.AI. :',

f f"C... !! ,11'' Anet: -: ?. -r aft-v ;. ri tt If ._ > .! # .0. "J.I.j" ..wG I tt4 J .s f lffiaJnJ' tit muaVblch mUd North ani j9tiumArTptacfca :c.. f

vadsnigiAd- -, ns kaU'rtf. ._iatheState t' : 6 troak or'BdkorjjbSsQfl wt ..5tonsl8 nches4iaineter w': i* ??> 1 ;\y .iM( Ij1i"i i 4 d..s. n.t"I'tB: -1C&.. ', d:1: ; -'.
of i hereto rman nty thai ia White. Pni Plant cind Sodrdt (b6drcneat'\ 4; ', 10nll', : .: ; .I a 'doy,4; c119.a4.05-1)nc1s! ." ".. pse.Q "tatea.' fl. ma G.icatio ,- Id 'th r. i 4. ;
.- case* UM foregoing bid of 4-t' 1 be A1cepted.!' thats.sswItia'tou4daiAfter.receIptot 1 'fir,jiiJO fJ l : ;l8 hkkory, tts.t1tje .flongi'itrt.l 3s : *mete ,, .ftTiZ, .. ,fil bq .Tel1ingtbe saidcsza1 shllia.caeeb4i lej wnethePby"cs oj(

13,000 tilnehe*clear>tbtPinIk ,) inches small end : the pTeces.of i d.ttl q. t r.are f bdthnI1aitiesi' wbicyare or proposiBd'j:) if
etrac*at disport o4:*wtgated ia said : than 0 at per \ blockade 'detention : : B' : S
u4iexeostte UM same;witt%oodJ td saffieientSHrcttes 14JXX do .1 1-2, ..b" *.. dor.1"- =.. ? \ : 'eien-Ni5:4r: .- ;. 'a D t.tobelesa -.f ep 1ea 1 exempted from .a..I, orr capture byt -'I.Jpf"e uan rMte Xi.fa"
.do Df"
13,000 do 11-4 do do : .b.-eitbet *18pronsloB
,to fenisb the&rt.idis in in all 8 tons. ,.h- a.l 4i1' "d.t ; ,blf f theil ot to -
rtI 4r con- :: ;' II'nI.nt hoceYeI .,
.ity < 13,000do: :do' 140" boards'; 7J' \i f leaf: .. ", ." rtr Cp',7" .
1tll kUimI.ef tJjfcadTStlsement.. Bnderwhiebitismaoe. 4JOOO: dofi-8 t.edo do. 4O O eetof1ong nratn shall ejuena sath_canals or railwayarticle __fi I. -.5 -
t any .
C.D.irk.1 ." j swcksof i 1 'ic the said canal '
., 4. ,I .11 It. 'E F 6,000, .do 11-21neb mereh. white pine jIrnt, 1 aoutbern'ye1oPine1pIapk g. : Y ::1tG the two ,ends of :' as:.mybereafr .: : : specified,It ia aIafrktn4W, .

cr. 'tlL i :i L., ." AX Albany pteoe plank merthantabUv ': I: ":;-.t Very'Beet quIityipertflbifOOtP ss:'No: I .d.b 1ddad ) t,''' O ->ei.' .D1.t. ,.._" Jl r: the.rrl.ted Sfitw-and 01 ijiti BriOOJI I' .;' .J

_-_d "!-'A.ueailn'' mea taaton4 D1baoW'J. '800' J'J >! *s, fcd o.." .... :.LAA ,; .I'u .:':'; ; lo) [ '; !f.b"fW1:1oatY'M: #' J( bM; t. !cOt "$hucu"pit ) w- w K dnstructIgimlo6a :' ; _,

t.N,idtPt.OP'EN ) Plankffarboard 1 asrt, per/dot j f.;:: iobie&ti&; meistireFof tbicJc elm 1 for .6Jooo t feet 'iloW Tli S ii'-r tiibTei; ;'t tzl"ti ib rl 5e'1i niffircitdD" t'1'th. no '(.ower" .'charges tndmna< .S I'uiktbere

:; n i 1(0)feet l-2in.clew whiti 'uh pl-kl22Ia.wide.. ; .1.. lie"16iof2 r 'feetIoand-12 to canalthe"': r 'Jen ': ; po41b tcteId": ', 3
: :toS r.* tracks:In lengths of 57KV 15;end 1j -
IjOOO 81. "do dct s { n 'cun -'I.b ttall tJIh&t1- r t
11M m i $
= ,9zMMFraz4 and ft inches i inches wide; :" (hat.if any such1 canal. -be Undertaken, e nd'5'
IfOO .* ;d. .4*. 'l ,20,2A,' i tc2Q feet, M inches.wide i .1' 1riebr < 'tan.M-h w .
q4 ili411t t
i l : 1,0XlS: do do 18do' iuOo Jeetyellawpine- boars l; .non fair and'equitable,tenns Sy any'paT* ;

:. 2.000:21-4' '.d04O 184..: t I d, :; ousqarpcr.. ihi sand r ;,- I thtet" 8 1t td le1on'' ni ti '-.tb*' t68 Hr.6f theTocir ;fefn, '"i the.citiishs and .uffihj. TT' -".
U 2,0'234. ,do '' .'do. :,' ,11' do.,. .. persi clear ;1 Jhe." fIf.J centtea 'J,' : Utt 'ii"l1na "t>I.j., oJ4 ment or goTernments' '.tii'fou.<'whoa tern to1jhi ti States and GTOlBritaj'aotopea 1-* -...'
AVTYARD, ; zooo21.2 do '' al1 defects; 1 I 11 ; 1' n .1 .
do15 .do" U' 1\\ 'I 2 1cbesi 'e&po half ati bt lii iit 't& ,:
f nutypathentbepereoiis
jl4 iI atbordai'.24 same
CL&ujo. 1H&ite u (by the 2,000"22do/ --dat i6-dO '1,) feetbaard lU1'f. b ioO00feetye11oWfP1U5 i. t na '5 'if-C' .,.'
e1Iw. 1,000M21.4. As 'do-' 2G,4oIuou 10.incbesWidet. 11 I '"." 1tiim 5ftJO: liet Jo f'a'tt to _.Ia-Ivaing ai4'\C iill if i b '* : < ,tbrSI4 .
? _e 21-4tU:: .40':; 11"t '' 1 feet.long.18to? .. :i 14in l'iwj.f r' ::' ., : d.Ot fo tJ 1.aedilof tht wtucll iswUingto anteefioC'as t.. .. "
n&, 1 et a eegth ,000.21.. ,.do".1 ;' 15'i '1-:, -'t..inhk-t ': t' o.\W. bti'1 D \\ fr ef1 :h LW o fr Dt ofbMTd5faHoft the IJniled/St/ t 1:' '. ., ,
' 4 d. do 1(0) 21do do 1Sh. i ,0o (eet.botrd; meuureelfll4 :;o6retbTc115 t 4if16l & 4eiaujbThe taintft Wifford?' :. ;: ;
do'I'M $,000M2 'iSo' ; -' oiO ,nches wide t engage 'r # -J11&
4. d.i4 do15 do2,000juj :28 fert''oi:' ; a.o r.Ci
: Jd ,U ." 2', "..aA." .to .._''1" ._.1Sdot: A 1.1 inc' thicb'1'Jt*' l } UiDel rj i: f .r**"* "**''f f Z.AiiC7t- tjjjiTiijT U tedbStatei- nd 5 ., l 11 ;r LtCraticaiIbns c i

HkXi1 3:,; (bIe fei:) 2.000.2(91)4 'I 2 s.f-'doe'. ,dO.1.M'doe; .E18j 12 ,40-;,.: < iaOOUe1.'bc.&nt e1m1ha ht, 'i; O' f4et"J'tlI 1t 14 feet 1I loW a J b f2'tOt c'4 .B 1?itaifrOm..Uint in rtif 1.n. tio-con&scati..... .."'n: Of tbS'e4Tfflhit1M -
1o30' 'T be excMit W biihia
thict seiZUre. ;
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to <: .1 + '
U00-M1l 140 ; .J.cri' A44 .ijc ,1.'i.f &ti
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eDited it I Senate
J 1 6f the Ssxd1he; Right Honora- A correspondent:thus.tou iD : ru 'DV 1AYLO : a| 4Wtu, to fee cOO ;*
1:. 1. :' ; Ie.Sir Henry Lyi *$ Bulwcr-Envoy Extraordinary r ; ;jwaa.:ve7 ., amended as to acknow
1 the losing, the h-c | oUIa. .I c't lta : J :
'f t' ; "t
.' "-1 ana Mftwtter t Plenipotentiary oft ; :
" c HntancMstythepart respective ': ? of their the The PralUent-ninth dawned, -but: this QTO:19J1,mbrlojp jhe t3185O t: )It. ; ,, ed ? aaJ California
govemonu ? .
;.' l, ; .No".therd U irnown that, Zach- rounded the Executive for the:"terenionies note h : ] line;' And,.to this the.. .

f'J J a>>.Taylor) ;'Pres&siit: 'o&the, ; United.States sand began;! floodr ;the 'Of1he'late. : ..' ._-" DdJ p f : !i,, :1 .

; :.. of;Anenca, have faosetlj: said convention thither, and throughout the day a United.States,General 1 c1 afi:. ; J'c 1850*_. ; biJTorWa :compare
.;' to be made public;to thi;end that the same, was kept posted at the door to" sdn rose bright and ; : with the shuffling COG,,
:. 1 and every dliufeuad article thereof, may be interrogatories that-.were : I cool'and pleasant ". '.m.,, event ,: ; :voted for, Mr. WintbroV
:' -1r observed and fulfilled with good faith by the upon him. At 10 o'clock 'A. Gen,;Taylor U the first {R 'i and 'pl ,voted against his 4n4
United S andithe; citizens thereof. circulated that the'President had I m'Office: the k esid : .
.1 at during : !! : Jetter- Toted, _
:I'!, =t t .frtritnesswb4>i t-'ave!| hereunto set 1 P. M..thit he was dead.. The- '' ,-rives'peeohar.JDterest ,, .' .-- --' l p : jtable tad= ytM hand," !! caused the seal of the tion'.tb'e l latter rumor. and.make* them'more iai ; | ja.mIeI'
. {. 1 ; : 4JaveryqaestiOo;
l lutl n&d& .,Qn ; ;;
4 .1' "l\Jr4tedStatoiob. ; > affixed.. Done at relieved by an official bulletin at ever, witnessed. at ihe'C. : r lopted .ft electioneering bobby:
. .... ..' the city '6!o| WiUbington, this fifth three, that the crisis had,bwn ,in' JacksonvUle Senate f. those southern Whip

. .'1 (L. s.] day of JilyiSn! ifce year of our.Lord that he was .th.en' beyond il l toJ i stin every' !' ; t itingof'tbe that irongbA the Sooth toh tk

:"e I *' lp one thousifed teigh't hundred and fifty, Bells rang for joy; and even the extraordinary lIy.l n 11, on the death: jean! Hesitate: u to the sa-
t ,&f ;...nd tbelndipeitelence of the United street lit bonfires, and shouted quarter the national colo fcksg Beard
!. the O Sfcjor ,to-r
I I."' 'States the seventyfifth.w ; gratulation., The stream now at half mast, or.draped in to..nominate Whig : as."; ** ,:. ,1""
:'I :1. (Signed) !1 11 f f: TAYLOR. House was greater than'.ever, .House, tbe .,ariou ; al Assembly) .' of ,'i, ,ihiiiDJ jil

.,' J ilCountereSgnedl. JcniilM. CLAYToN, seven in the evening, the pall others public ; '. atten p l : : : p
:,. ",.iii -': j 1; '1 gUretary of State.. all faces,' for it was announced. black, while throughout ( i OtherIong ktr"wbh
repevtivepft- '
",t :;dt ,, I -44- oils, hero was- dvin- ." I ylvaalaAvenue;and many House : : ( a of. ri4.haveof}latst;

; cA.shg. Crenel *f 'the1 P"lld..t'. LItet I will not attempt. to describe : 'same sable''insignia} Barbecue will ,be Vice. udIuLws.ori. 1."tfai',_ _
., -
.: \ '.. !r- Hop&h pPDIr. 9th. tion'from that excess ensued.;of.,apprehension Mrs. Taylor,; Baltimore. and the"' -, to i the.egregious:msfate.w
% July
-: : :1rV f .oTOH" Bliss, 'who bad never shed a: ''otherpublic''eonr yan _I4..__ : ,, : | s bis made J iziegardt
:. ,:ievrnent ] rioiis illness was first
; ( '-
upon the battle plain wept like I with 'people, 'anxions t.o. ; well his friends I 01s. laying thr.Clayteor
felt the about ocock.t as ,: appoi
il. :1. at Capitol tofday *
. .J ::::2 oVodL, The rwnoffe of dangerous At.cians fiYe4wotiours refused to administer previous to their k a'special departed chief).f: : : :'e to "the .At |&; taIj.1 ', rwaeaSeT

:.t. '1- :1l1-"- of :the'Prudent. were so...great.that.t- cine-.considering' hIS case bOpe any} ', bringing; the';. Mayor .belief,-'that :he House thisf Tote'.of:'Mr*CU""

".1'i ., 1a'1w1i.Jt tougotoi.u..eH, n .1!; +"i:! the nanas of ,Uod.: The Heads eiy( ,;together widf Jarg? : i politician i .:We rg : !: : ', table,.,Ini Jnlyi;'1848.: .

', ',1 ':::3'o'clocl. Inq dJirtfs at;the White House ments, corporate authorities of. the OJd fellows, Sons to bar him from atorial ; t of ;the bid systeffl.of
f., were told that tte ; isident was' better. plomatic body,and officers of .Brethren, Red Men, tioD of-bi.course. ''w 4
., ,., The symptoms! w4re.@ i.mall degree prom day navy,",and paid seemed their respects to entertain often a number of military, ,' r *'and" a keeper : Stepnens's. motion -;
1t !ising. jiopes. 'fli nry' began to be private citizens. : ; !} .
t. r 1 of solicitude for bis' safety. :tbe concourse e people fair 'We ; : IMOD B&TOOjBWV IMP"
'I; ; &ke
,, indulged. t i I bargain. .,
1 7i I !
that could contribute the Bed Bin Bo-
! to attend the/: Pr
,4ddocl. :
'f &; Th Syrtohsbegan his [cabinet worse. sick, thenceforward, was ; 'were required to. jn stating any : BbwlhVBoydtBro&
4. ;; Bnmmoning' was thought sands of life had run 'out, and then left upon our own ,ensued BroWl;.CharleS Brown-:
? his were.
of' Clergymen .cerst for, and many *
t The blisters pnysicians were numbered. th .career. 'When' !The Fart C BELL Catbcajt,

?')"'} bad bo re-assemHed.1 power' over bs fj t skin strongest, which had lost At nine,"the vomiting bJic' .'.offices there was, at was made, there was i\ Clark Beverly L.Clark.. .
I ;i all pain had:disappeared about ; ng of the numerous |Cobh"W.L W.Cobb,
ita:tiwltr. ;[ [ But the who. disrel either : : tiel,:Ptckinson, AIe .
J' afternoon. system1)) had Ofmournin, The : |L u.(
< 5"D'cfedt. Noi.ljnjnivcment"' j the White der the shock and gradually of the District mustered a'negativtnest. in Senate | Ficklin,Floomoy,
House rates shut .t
if te I Cb'ood:.- ByBVptomJl; i; ( again bad. Congestions .' recovery. Green matter ,was quarters in full ,force. ," .which'. has, the It ; I Sayle<;1 Gentry, Goggin
:\ his stomach at intervals until. of the' the f Haralson' Harmansbn/
, regular times" recipl- the
of anxious army
i! .i' increasifg.% | Groups utes past teD-tbat peculiar at volunteer 1 nI .;jfsaac & Holmes,;
enquirers in the 'outer! room of tbe White many on one or.two x-
; JohnlW.Hbaston
\-1. 't Hoase, and on the;! *teps. Pronounced so bile that indicates dissolution to the District and feeling" :and a 'All ,Inge
.' thus seized. At IfersonJameson, Av
,. l thirty.five seen preparing for }
in thai but could
t \ dangerously iight hopes ten his wife, and other members rites. Private his obser- .The Jobhson, ,George*W!

'.& I': be. entertained o recovery. ly, were called to his bed-side, to DJt in 'direction ; the Democratic es, 'nfazan, Kennoa
,. 4. : .7,8, end 9 o' oidfc* V-rcsident no better.I every would '
. last earthly adieu-a farewell to be placed at the disposal & Sere LigonLump,
No bope. Crowds increasing about the ; ,- upoaJnior- of the i '
est could! not gaze upon without the District who has the tcDQ AleKay;Mc-r
: White House. ntranhe ball full of 'r
. ::1. members, haye.been' !
must be remembered that his was ade Miller, Mortbead;

i robria of Congress and ojok i Members f( The Vice of President the Cabinet is life! and his beloved partner-i procession.During: of ,bells.and .the firing all i e; entered:'zeal mi : tt9o ; !!,-'Preston,
i himself of those fashionable together 'withthe and The !cbe1i Robinson-Hock-;
.-. ., a.the_ Every President.body.,*9lbolring 4{< .1 4 upon him now sunder the husband from the .every;'where.visible had off some smoke voice, : ', r SimpsonStmv
as :
the first time the loneliness of Tbotrjas,Jacob
-, .10oct.. Rtpons 'from tbe sick chamWr depressing' effect upon l ] Thomp
; ors
heart, and understood nothing 8psoi J Tompkins"Taf'
.' contradictory. !,.but iewch as to inspire a discipline that would have The Major's Democ cute btVa1 ,- Wick, .
Mr en4 has troops
faint hope. Taylor given
? '- Ip, nature haT?' |;bec' tope exhausted from "Go and weep in solitude- o'clock, in the- av n ; in better temper States 1! ; .

., ; .: constant attendance;!andj excitement. Mrs. it." Her abandonment and grief mansion 'with d light; gives us this-vote-,Mr-
.; Bliss is overwhelmed with grief. Col. heart-piercing._ of Brevet Major Ii
his devotion tion i ;' '
THE LAST MOMENTS. At a States of ii \ .
'j, I Bliss appears here and :ihere much sick chamber dejected. past ten, as I have said, it Department.light artillery i in, answer '! O1TU; TZXU .
the in the .
'. Among and there are persons to&i D1any; ,'; is Col. Jefferson that the soul of the hero and consisted of" a ."in, faVbr of the' all ST1 .
? Davis; Senator fiani Mississippi, late son-in- about the taking its rest. Tbe whose 'fronr 1840,' .and,thinks their p i : | .,;;[ '. Ste-pbens- writing toj
kw if Gea. Taylor! and Rev. Dr. Pine. spintual agent : Baltimore one nUr which expressed
ient' would oath.
to for the of city
.1 & practice has i been begun, and it prepare approach one trooper e of the U.J3
f'.I Terrors. But there was nothing that he bad The rent :
'.. inspires hope. The !patient has been exhausted duct of the sufferer indicate companies. tit Sai dta Per wonld w-
or THE SENATE.. The and her
cholera morbus, for Tip cano ..
aU by neglected i be would take the mortal leap. In the secret attendance by, half-past his ofi se rand:1o! : resik.aayx
which day Friday no who : &'T lit to na
his heart with
.;,.. snedkine. Calorjtel andblisters| but.redactd died Christian Heaven? After can, usual ,badges. oF ,in'tbat year, : 'Pmi by ther
not -
by the officers"and v *
him more.; Quinine is! pow given in enormous'doses. seemed refreshed, and called,for proper '.Wbiipa-; We-. ;| jv: 4:, ,
Rev. Mr. Butler delivered ,.by a -
40 is
it said,
Over grains has
1 f hare been riven ipice o'clock i some in in water. It was given him, and impressive"prayer, and Augaa nei'that he ; ayoo'OOJditro-k:
He then of and she United
sparingly. inquired States
e jections. The practice isl'said to be desperate how' long be to proceed to the ,.in-drawing po F',:to defend with-'
,but -such only as canlbe given with any live erspoon, to which the latter replied from whence the grand by a Grand of tr : s.tita.,'thej military occupation

good bope..,PaVe. Extt under it 104 warm.; a lally Face, not and as a.go. General, for many years;" but lt.'t procession obsequies was, Senate move": 1 r-of.l:1f Major's Pacific f.'r wsea'I[ |New;' Mexico lyisg tbi;

tci a useless deception be added, agdtnst any attempt
Senate Chamber and received the
conscious drinks when
; of death. Patient ,
: ; many hours." "I know it,",cjaimby extending

I .. -.- Aluuili.asked. u.u.Ji..uuuUa Mrs. John Bell, from ifl. iimMAusetns the sick I.and sponse ;_then entered.,_after The musing a edinlPll...-- !:":1'", '- ',East Florida-. ; [ .It.-.' ':- _.rr._ UlIfli0IT: '
soon U1 \
1' to believe that hei11liveatleasttilt .AT THE WHIT the' mass Tofnu ; q estion. But I wish! to

.1: taorning. Indee they.Win to hope he :. scribably herself at affecting-Mrs.the bedside, Taylor and. ; opened at 9 A. M. for Mr.;,Tylertto have can. pay tie mistaken ia.the?
,survive. The and Heads of Departments .k"'i' this ro ; iat tb
.oj toay new more desperate clinging around her with sobs ln school, be first Fakrafgu
practice inspires hope.; Crowds dispersing. II. expressive of their agony. The and others who, by, : :as oneof, '**the of the [agaii! st the people of
The of.State Southern of the two houses ,
: Secretary yet present. had afflicted the patient in the which! : :authority of tbe'Ia -
entitled to' admission. acceptance
about "folfrw Southern W the
:' men say, practice chest ceased and attended by that freemen. from tbe
: (which is far.pore; violent! than North- toms of ease,;it was thought the time filled up every been'' :a' matter 'of: r! ,': Gra4de to rally to the

i em->).;,that. .alone!iqin" save him." dare .till) morning. But be and mansion otherbodics not: that ':Ty" bad,been been idi2; ,fencer of opinion'
o'Jocil .were 'f] blicfeind the
General touching
"i 90 ntnvta to $1 Taylor better, and so declared in' a : which. party
procession Texas .
fa no more! Death bas i closed! the eyes of voice. ; notbhigcan. be-
t of the Cabinet, the ;
'ii the.Hero of PaIrtAtoi! ;' Rftsaca de la Palma He was asked whether be \ and dered, I i 14 H' oeti'a question to bef
pall-bearers, those unsulliecfDemo-
Monterey. and Beena* Vista. ,He who esieatb. ble. "Very," he replied, '.'But of Congress:who could! tions J rBe! sot deceived, and
'. aped the ban a nd l ba11* and bayonet of passing, has swept ,away the the East Room. confeseion and been 1'IaUrarma le ftOentf

i : .:# ; BrItonEIndian: 4d iMescan, is cut down nally adverted to the subject Taylor, of'Baltimore ; '"illustration"! u w prse 'the'da1s of
.r J.' .I chamber Iby, !theioseen; scythe ofI vious breedings-tbe slavery, of tbe late President i in acceptmg office We W naani ered- You may
occu J. Sta
; of Texas
I t: The survivor, Iff the swamps of observed "I am about to die-I the remains. .. getic e- : lotr
:', l' Florida,and ,of :'ib t.Jbammocks of the Rio summons soon-I' have .Ministers ; all : Tyler,, is'for I has sa (with-'ube army:'of she '
: Graade,. is the viet i the miasma of the charge all my official duties I ., ; appeared .; ,During that fa : : yotti should 'recol cfr
Potomac! j, j JII nothing but that i GoY ; ','in such aconfiict
:: s j J$ regret ; am sorry on of the. coffin plate is ; kDoWD'.that'a.', that : entire South. And.r*
i.Geta..r.ytor.. died in't tfilp same chamber in to leave my friends." These & '
I.: r which Gea. Harrison, 'died nine years.ago audible words., He essayed TAYLOR:. .composed. a our ?: tfa Fe in danger or
last April Like cheers'(Of high rank were his wife a few moments before t on' the p liti. effect. jJrtX that1fifteed'
: > 4 iaU ante-chambers|pf,wth. .Like crowds but his voice,failed.him.-..Dr. THE UNItED"STATES.- by.or,affini with eeveral millions of
EI'.66 .
.' were-ia. the': vertibules;and in the rooms administered a stimulus but it : : ':parties. This a' : ; rHigtBeir| tighi,, .dare .
; t hlq lake wash; ,.x1ety. The Vice less in reviving the functions. s"a magnificent. one. 'It : oceans ot be *aiily conquered!
i ; '4:1 residei now'tbc Pjr extde Fillmore,was in&e the! hero had fled., velvet, the,edges! bei 'appropn- which tat11' r -. .
,ando huge VsilAer! ;rtassels, 'Joo ; : :cast ., .and
i 0 room near br.j. ,So wp Mr.Clayton "The lightning may flub sad the away days' i bight j i with1 grace* sfc
::1 J .were others of the Cabinet.., Mr.WebMer "tatUe, lItton .* *?" ry possessor. : ageilfcss'revolutioBary/' : /
I i : : bajdbeea there. dacteg the ,evening. The He Leeds not,be bean not he's i of the' 'dec: is the;"Captain" in : : far
"if ,f has .beea Angular.. It flattered,at much emaciated.1 ,hUvy.rtsponsibnity'
,1 and thwdi lledjiall bope.._ Qninifte He, sleeps' '0.hif last. deep, he hit,* 1: not' consent_to'embalming i at'" length' :was R..C ; &.:rt: ,jsession, of thejasi

,I. 'd a" ',fesewd tbe j Viftim;:almost from .the .N.oand era awake hint*glory :'I I .; In the election State ijjp on- 'the, table of the

.r 4 iead,bat only iwt' t have him die. Stlmu- THE BoDY or" THE'. & : l.the' family, prayers Democratic candi .v. WV, OKt with-the assent'of'
; 1. .JI1e sdantiiboe. ; bath .was. the executive mansion' was i remains this morning, sufficiently V .
: .\ expiricg flkiercf. life.-, open diate relatives! ,were"; : ; is isted;to fraawit, aadt .'
T f daring which time : public I .a candidate oi : :
: 'ibu4 nt evidences
;; of
t 6t 12'o'cfoofc: :Tbe WIs'of,. the city all toll a selves of the opportunity to visit 'd TM
..i' At _>requiem for lhe'de d.. a solemn They"were contained; in :ate i 'on'a raised platform, _. eiW.,' cice1 anj satisfaction.
', .' 1 adstoosti'afflictiBf: midnight hour. Col.BlisacdisplaT Raymond's metallic coffins: : .the: East .Room, -! that taken by Gen. .: ; : : f: ajporters in tbe whole

,t' .1 *.: Iap] i rifert manly giief'over plain mahogany' coffin: and e. bf'Venezuela'and Wat.- ; ? : 'voters,. withvbut"at
; $tm
:; the lost of bia (&he ..mlmarriage; and" bia the East Room.\ rile 1I"aUemb!ci,' Rev.: Genera!' j wid : J "
I of the :- ffsm .bi >. own ;. -?
f father and .feik.the Battle-field. He aeatedbut,' the :lineaments .Protestant/ -'-* -* -
:, ;.t f bears up Jhougt$ fi|.: tiroe, aceustomedito arc.preservedtoIerabfy; P'f 1 .the';!lemti' and.' :: on,._'the,.., ,side 4' b of the ,Na'! '?yt : : : | '8- ,. $eUut- I
,: ::4 t 1ty. his posed'to embalm >the remains;., :of \that,'church,. struggle He : ]wiU Potbecoiiaid.ns' .

o _I' :dow 111f stairs, throughhe'avenne sent of: Mrs. Taylor has not ; eyewas moist and rmany i ; ? i_ lasta it&\patriot.. Ge ? "i'I : S '.
'1':I. of.. isTbZlbIe, Mt.I.t' ( : to.hisit taIned.t 'Jt is. presumed,-. : i among the large' :' -i.--i'> W.fe. ,'.) j; { : r.j .i l.
1i : "1 :atWniWba: a weight'f will raise no objection. the, !i ;i and-:touching} II.'. rh" t :, ..I.f". _
1 f ..*1b1t mttibe; his bosom!, What never having said of expressed a by the;reverend>cent I !il,: we U ;, I- t.;, _... td t

; ., '.fa .-" "ii&iUt. I in, tfff.Snstan and, the practice. .," of the decreased I 1 I Kisltft.. ." : r c: IIIDI'ftIft& ,'
.'..,\ sezetedI.M*. fcHen apoolam!- The body of the.President l 1 of jt,. ,The services! bel :: l life of Maj. ; : ; ;. :. .,
m .
"T flVMUta W
L What*age.rie',j.iof manner,.ofjexis- vault here until next,week, n was removed and earn im.eI4' Wt 'need a Stolthe f Jresctw W ould
teMe'almoct. i.|tc to we over' him! 'The' conveyed Baton; Kong*. : bite*H6 are.' ;Ir W!" : -I'' '':the" ; ( 'Wa. tinw" wieMei be
said of bn(
ofth. Kei bTiCistnUie'5roop.. The DO''fote'is'i obtained upon the': > Funeral Car, provided ; > by ,the\1 ':ed_' .
1 )kToftbeciti1tI1e:: ;:, bill 'untir!that.period, it will: : Near, the ear'was-the : to his' privata rela- direct ,t. 'C.
YE5I53b1I1ftJWOinZft: areneanTm'Mrs until"tbe'Committee's return. -' l departed chieftain, } f ed th t breaco-and ve '
.;! .j tenee: Ie;.' ,;Bliss brer the toss August.' nted'ao-; fcllovf*theT ear l the,& Hgbta> Bat\ Mr.Ste
I, 4 ;JOt r tr.fs: oo,\ ); .the good 'THIS Pa' JDIM't'a FAjm.T.; :;. 1 j : 'rfeetlj. ,.r.n nte He "j' 1%alUpNVt.. >. _. .;,'
erId ,ffWh has never vacate the Car.was- plain hearse' Rsws .
Lt4 !! ap- and family will : .jnvite the groon | ; # 't t
1' pedn112bl1c.: or never seen but most immediately.They, will y, BesJutffulJjr( : i i ereljdi qoaS to, .
II at"lIIt-aad.. : WeOnedered. it the greatest Senator D if.or Miss,' Ior.a ,being represented 5% : ing' u... ... *,
I.L. tb& busband .sbouM have 1 or go with Cot Taylor to' drawn' by. 8 white; 1 ;-,really-> &.concealed- AT3 > river*. : :' .. iviB ,":

I :. eRse r' the Prdent.1. .. 'Her grief, is >-I FiUmore' family.will;come f housings. .compliment' *' V. 'H*>'a--tfj.upon cegm f't- ( 1 ill..piW.l6t. .? .
} # :. aetf .H L. ,monrns without the ,bathing j season HW ; : -led by' a groomin. ,.to pass .U ,'
9 if. ildMloL'N t i>, 1 God she dearly contemplates spending the. ,.warz. .. to A : ',recurrence to kill .i .'OO IWuII "
kftvi her dcpartrt'hustend J but bJs'corpse the sea side himself. "" 'i i ; i :of:cannon,""aI I ':tvmlthe .r- _.bbbsw. .
'TI : ,: i..t Ici 'B*|.There depart,"the IxuTEst or-Mts. .-I 1 the, procession ar"2''p'c' t decla-' with ,JI, $_'_- -YS5Ii7 s( .
f PfcyieiaaB; DtxtwkHil** and Wetberspbon. that JMrs.Taylor.,has ', : : escort.was}the largest I 1\ .for acter..', hi" .a..M. 1.Mr. :
/ NT bvtrn" fte1JI&rd: )against* the deUntyield -' Deu'aUd that she is, & .. AU:tbe:;troops." .of f Florida.. ,e da' &, : ,..[ .'aaca '
1 U : f'--, _,fr toOmnFp-! loss 01 her husband. The s1m ( within reasbnable 'di i 1R bioi-will j < U '
agau % \ muss
....,/. A 'drtadfcl ztetbeybavebad. arewjth her,.and as'an ;'were in attcDdance.; i pe 't ,
.. .. ftb" ". ,whole ormna ofagaiael ngmionatft city : regard,,:a"le" this' pott'of. the' 'I b't.I'i:: 'OthOi'JJ "'i L' waj : 3 < ;JrkUo6&' ,. .,_. '_'F I.J. ,.
WI't, .Ii.I ., bimy.bat. ", have presented themselves:,at; command'W''{Major:Ge-. I ; I..- eMUIG ,c ... 1.r.I -* |fttbTarrival .
.:. aDlD nlD. i House to coDdol!.whn! the ;: ; Commamlertiri-Chref of' ;. : : ;..WrJ'in'i h :.Tb ; T.. HI NeW
t' '
: 12 J-t .' U. yet toll. The :', i ,:.Tbe officersand; 1 / r of bU.Tota "" "." '. 'r ish. ee4.
%.tou 1 tha'Mrine Cort were .
':... .$4o=t theSell We wgretVi ie w *8> L. :iiD'.. r'i i '' ';.l. < .
the ,
'J :; city from its James P. Dent one ofT"T"our : usualfocelJbeir : t beaJb .
.f' ..j' I full with their.maffled'dinws I jtodflt QS '
; of
L --1 yet. Pilots which took place at 12 J : iRTLbwr: I::IIlL ;;,,
;j. f ;f1".. '' .r-Ji""iJ..: ,.{' ..; '. -' terdayv' .The'shipping displayed / .I'; tbis. portion. 'pf''|be'. P 1.I &' -t-r._t .. tb, iuperi ,U-4jJ '_ .
,: : ;esio; she dent"ai.tI at'ba1f.thut'in>,respect;:|o.{! .i IIIPQS1r..4.1.* 'J'.7.-,_.1.t' ,"-t, ., c1 ) i
tf :;;;: ale -Ow ss" j d'bowtrue..they U.hit'* ,wilt **iaawlr'of". : on was one oiild anaa. .\ ..,3I4." -'-f-1 f .- 'r
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medicine disease and himsdl'ill with ,: 'Tbere were .ptsJ 'it oftl. '
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bepril J iuI' Pretiideat ; ; bbr3aiptfai.ii1 ? 1" .: "f' > '
py%ike chair on* t N.&I ntuTenc-JIIH1C.1 nine.aoreren,:are pledged tgtt + 'Florld 'HJIj <, Yoe'rt'Mt.i" --- <, :
fl ulna t; 1fI1'4n..fW
anijsaidr ;> Mdasirck.1'...1 t'_' 7.' ; :: Il1t to:thepitnolles ..,.
the Senate,ripr Pun .. + '- "
of maintenance,* tTb iafiaenceoT these m. of bIslirofaeioatbtuiloit tlie taii n
.; Dear Sir The Southern Conventiott hat r ; :
'b :
-feebly exSelling's
erto. 'Wor eo nice upon the deliberation Congress ,te- ;
t a\'o'ottoM Itodneetos ;' :
.WW:D&t.ET which ing closed its labours under highly auspicious mains to be Wea--it maybe for good- it cannot wmr .,-. :'- "''btmrarr Oet.'T j' '

b l1i..6'e&tl:( manifesta- eireum>danei'e,-bad. j just adjourned., As my be for>v3*:.To;this Conventional'at mnercnts 11bio. sgskson i '' _a..A.8..tJ.. tittiMlMwsa-Feeia ;*, ';
. ;E 4Ja1ytlkb'It n,; : top et Mee ao C. ;
ad, cOn5feD i private engagements permit me to re* its' o
tics s6nnior at 'second ,1DftttiDI all eyes,;will Ittowledgmeatof tto beaisfiiI .Eta". ; :
t uoaaly displaced byr' tbe Jrpr tatl,es.of: turn home imm'ed jatel' / to mingle.with those beturned"; ;f01;:succor-and for wetyjin, 1 1'-1_;' 1I1 .,- : : J s'.' ,W the M ?nor S i bete 1eP wnaRl. :. :

the IOUfetp States of.I tt '> .' Had It whose interests, I have represented here; to whatever difficulty the country may then be '" (..,.."...4"3jg3 -.5.WILLS. : 'r; 18ft.. ? ..It ay:

pkasare of Dr.if' friends to. YOU as President of the Convention of' East found._'The-whose.JJanth.wiHdoubtless, 1'0.819 OFZ1C "JULI'j. .. IIe&cI.a*times weald jailor-. sail.. 4
flea. < at aJ 1IOIII.u4 hlMra n- .
Florida flax which I received my.: + '
lushed position appointment cordially sympathize in theJeIOlutiona'
have placed me In MiwuMM'i v fill sr t1ilhbt'eat' IIltt m .ee\ud. '
t it would have been to aid soutee of gratification a* delegate;to. this teiTe{I the Conventions\and unite :in:'its next*session 5'i ro'tt&li3dtL. '. t : I : Them send'b6I ay thee aid lead,

t and pride, I shof d feae felt as I submit the brief report of'nry stewardshipwhich r" ,And Bhonid ttreft te abatement tit t_ r i 'no afaom 1M eaIIpJe1ia easel ud for_ingt 54w.

f. treat I aball I always feel to; my* situation mr'position would seem to require.' the domineering purpose*of that reckless_mjority *-* !i;.n"-1sT-lrigt.. .B.>''rtie.- "i.f.l,IJ/l.: .'ie, 1,u'.. -oft, l I was en bearer that 1 vu. 1ItIIo. -
e S wRKOMJ 9 silly tM&I eentd .
im- The Journal of.'the of the r' spank swldsp.
proceedings "
it JIe4.poa whit Imaybeplaeed me a cokma bat br'.&"ere ion"to'Wad dis- Convention with itresolfftjons, and dddress gets right in Congress-,";.rtBKftiD&s which:of"feeling the oat power moment tot; .J.;"-." .r.tffi. .., c.111_,. ,""_-"_,."I"...S-"".J.-.:.,.t.-. ..; ., 2. ;' ,.' tI'tile ttJ t6te sire aUaeW..r' ate..- ,

l' charge the duties of Ae .ti.1 with faith- to the ptople'ot the Southern States which nay then tit rated upon its consideration: cJ.Um '->i yf. 'i''n.RT1a: > trt varfooa c uaae a.,.bn beaxlt,

::;. falaeu and impartiality. ow inch higher, have been printed by order'of.the ConveiN' .""Utfan:this recommendation' I trust'' and ,Jail 1. JS'Brf:. ,A1m, ,,Bio. _,.:...... >_ r: Y"t antU:,eoffiBMmed waf : --.1 g..
an mow web the aorta are d
lion for herewith forwarded : ;
circulation .
are believe Southern State will actand .. '
the :
is m .
.every pwa.
: then Senators ; .. _"fi..iJ }. ; 1 S attribute the realt entirely t mI _
nt to discharge the du ies with thef to you, and [shall take, measures to ,have ray own Smoirgft the number. .It.wiU;be ; -- 'Z"... ,v. ._ _. J' _. telex Tints,with 4 gra'Itade. .
upon ': : M
; mcaoat faithf alness aad iml artiaSty, when I them, generally ,distributed They exhibit: seen that the Convent'determined Vote -.s_ ._ ,- ,IX .QUL' .T FfOTTLE!.: ,' Pnas .,

sm cafes to this place bvf o wgitical party the entire proceedings of the Convention. its in'tbe Convention'which framed the con tPrO'clfitrmatgsiy: ,* -- ,: :- '-. -e : '
r which'no w await the public judgment. .Its stitnCdn of the United and T"i ''.v FOR THE REMOVAL I M .raeM
MMetioai feeling, butbj naanimooateqreemetof i States by.states, -, .rk-. "lot.. AND PEEMANESt .' ,
the wishesI.Senators. in action met with my_approbation and I, can- such, being the ease,'each,State may-with* :. ; :CURE OF,ALL DISEASES ARtelNO .J.c1III',4'i lCMa., f l'eu/ .'
hot doubt will the'' FROM AN'IMPURE STATE OP. .
satisfactory nutaber
prove peo out itffproprietysend
delegates ['
assembled. jfWafle -
to pie of: florid We could not.dp less, herself. I should be happy if ; .,I.e III Nt _.A "
I preside here IjSu fltndeavor satisfactory .J ,SYSTEM.-VIZ, B.t .,8 s.r ,
heal INtd
eafow mildly, bat firml ad'ijjtrnst impar- and !it was not the proper' time',to domore' Florida would double or treble Her"delegation 8o- .rt "a "'JWitMit Fallen.easier d ,T\-"

v i ll' all the rales for ti ebfernment of .. immediately upon any principle which would -wjiaairt.> ode 1k f .'JDriIIIfda Ii "1.

IJboay--- DdelJor. a PPJ t! the Although left home as":you know, with make their joint totes tree enforcement of U-.ft MSuS1 u. -_. far. Uettes, biz oroa kiertdrtsger ,per,,,I Rates tad J'det 1prk. ,

, parliamentary law, u it i| i.> IoWA D the :little hope that this Convention would be well' the'opinions and wishes'of her people Bill, n pie.ii ;.n orido.AS = tract. Bouhtrw.For sale inJackienvJflfne i.-t_ f' ,..'..
attended 'or be able to accomplish important Some of the Stales ai the late session of the lwea Rt'' e ',,. .
ooks, upon every occasf a,, !:felieving, as : any : W it tttttq.lrid by law that. eymptmu; f1t' lruaUegol s t: ', >JI P : ,
. I honestly do, from, long prra nee and ob- results! for the South,yet since I have Convention were represented delegations o bo tided ii ells imt.see vita annals frt1t ' flKftW7f aAaatIM.'Pd.n"1. "Ii. .. ,{ '

serration,-that it is promcrf ve oljthe;; 'harmo witnessed the harmony and calmness of its of doable and treble if cot quadruple the ratio Monde QetobernestftoraRegleter of.PabDo ..tifltt1r irtipinutntt
D'1 o1'ihe': body and of.q nd !kisla.tion.-! councils, the :dignity and .firmness of its proposed br; the State of Mississippi in tb ban bedoarfeastsad eleetedtd dads btreex.or 'tef t;s'se,dbwtw amXitMtiatat Oaotdm,d e.,_ I1asnarcasonkcL.a y-; '? ."" '.:3' <

Should I err, I look tom} rOtkr Senators, action and conferred freely'with the delegations calling it together,and sit eh will doubtless it is ort ortfcrt f tbie the"d.1eeta.Ibe In thu;'preparalioaare-strongly Dfrated : _. .r

in a spirit of kindness to' >rrtc my errors: from other,States,.I am animated with be the, case at:its next session. \A.similar held lulPoai tba SUte,on ttte t4 W Mar all the. Medicinal properties of 5Aasi.rian.Li Notlcd f ,

To such corrections I f* always submit new.hopes, and inspired with fresh ..confi coarse on the' part of Florida would add to .1, October* next,.aeecirdiaz to lav., '.. ," combined "with the moist effectual I S1\LED PHOP'OSALt"">* 1.;rexendH '--
deuce the ultimate attainment of our the moral influence and 'of her Given under say hand aad UM?Oust Gma ittet tfEiJ
with the greatest pleasure I in authority aids theaa salutary productions the mostpotent a
&at of,& ,8tste,ofd Fled a. d.theCapital
rights. It may with truth. be said that the voice:upon' of the delicate questions and simples of the vegetable kingdom teary or LaarnigP a4 c. _
miJuee any I in TaBa&aaoe this da ;
Mr. Webster from the t > appoint. ,. day 1leute
| / ,Fl.antflmWXJ
< funeral pride and glory of the South were here- which'may become the subjects of' futurediscussion .f July A.D.1880 :. .'. > and it has been so fully tested' not only by tbs eb day of next forj naiihW'aMtarW,

ed 'to make ,arrangement e' f 4 the men whose fame is identified with her history and decission." j THOMAS BUOWNtr. patients themselves, but also by Physicians asethajand il ,eooa of.1 raaIn., .

procession,reported on th! sa&pie day that and whose elevation of personal charae But Sir,, I:am' fall of hope for. -better Governor o/ Florida.he .- that it has received their unqualified recotnnendation & .1fI1.Utiri7r.e1f ghwlb. ,

the funeral would takeI I icefin; the 13th ter must silence all calumnies upon their mo- things. The experiment has been tried and B1 Gorernor-Attcstt. o *and the approbaiion. ,'of the public two wing.rub, fniyars thh'ty a.i'J '. _
tives. When such sustained by a it is found that the South unite.- A C. W. Dowamo, The whale work to b* ..!rrrsdjr.IsV ',
folly and has established its merits
from the President's House! wither the two men can } on own a delivery by,&M_. -1:411, read.- '
free people, and representing nine sovereign community: of'interest and a fellowship in "? 3ecidarpofSiateJiy reputation for.vitvc and'xmcicr far superior Bond for tU laiWa1 dIlly eeatea4' f

Booses of Congress wouj I more in procesdot States of this Union, unite with one common'danger has'sundered party ties and Habauae 16,1835. _,Ja123.NOTICE. to the various compounds' .bearing the will beregsind. aI H' '. .

t from the capital. Th Houses of Congress heart and one,,mind in demanding 'only brought her sons together,"and this alone was name of'Sarsaperilla;, Diseases have been infomatiaa I'aaaudaposedtsbad,.Ittitti.rn.Eie..psoifi..".

to be hung with blat f c, and> the members .what is right to doubt their success would necessary to her safety; A onion of the T.. CIahaU. tD.aatyL.adi. cured,such OB are not furnished the records dose and aid ere sea Ian a W !. d

to the usual bat: '*e of mourning. be to deny the practical efficiency of our system Sooth will-save without a convulsion"'that ._ adel'it to obUla'Warrants; of time past{f and'what It has, already done elide a'..f' trop to. t ,. o ?
wear of government to "establish justice, ensure honored onion of equality and independencewhich for laude who will ba anti- forthe thousands who have used it, it is ca- ',. -Ii.' .

The military and Dan, arrangements for domestic tranquility," or fulfill the 'objects oar fa.tbenrframed. Let then, our thereto UDder the,Act DeW before Cmgnm gable of doing for the,millions still suffering ..:

the day would be under thj direction of Major of its creation., Toe test has now counsels be harmonious and firm, and. our wit i the tame'Shall hare?* e
General Scott, Comri .nder nn Chief of come and whatever may be our hopes or coarse onward, and'we shall succeed in restraining law for taeh for Wamat the moderate when sand obUised.Of FIVE DOLLARS 7. cleanses and strengthens the fountain springs reeet.d-BlqldiaS iu i adseos/} .

''p' fears as to the issue,or our devotion to existing the action of selfish and t fanatical of life, and infuses new vigor throughout ; ,,
the Army of the United St :es, and of Com 1 b. object of this notice U to fire to claimant for eteeI1DI Ch bnildiags fit tti l .t
forms the result of the present straggle majority within the constitutional limits, aa opportimitT of proeariac, warrant, 'at:: Ute the whole animal frame. -By. frIkr ef the Baird ofXrniee*. '
Warrington, the M lior efficer of the will determine whether our beautiful federative secure our rights, and'perpetuate the Union. Iea4tpeanbla expense.., - The diseases f or";which tbiaartide CHARLES 1KJSSJELL,. +..' $

Navy present, and would,jonfotai in all essential system of government can be main With great respect f remain, hoee wishing to aeenre the aenrioM of the ndgnedwfll -, commended are'' those to which it is known i *- e.B.T* .** >3.,1-1' :
can at bis office or addna him Janet,ISO. -J': ;td .
respects to these 3toptei on the occasion tained. Its success depends not. only upon Your, friend and eervt. etter and prompt attention wffl .be given toeiaias rora. personal'jxperience, to be :adapt ; 1 ; r,

.of the funeral of i;The 1 Jajie President the integrity of the citizen, but upon the B.M., PEARSON.. IL ,> ,.. ? '., PHILIP FRAS R,' and those apparently removedbey the .CIRCUIT_COUBsotTlmRN ."
__ ,' !1 good faith of sovereign States, and 1 cannot W '":.r Attoay at Law.ssNle'E.F.Jniy1SIt5Oi sphere.of its action have yielded to its influ- C11lCum'WI. Rwi' --
n.- : the that it sustain ,Adyiees.ffOlft, Santa Fe tbt the cbo 61 : The 'of r
uau111: abandon hope .will yet state ace catalogue complaints might To 9Lr Tw, 1850I r P :."A
itself by doing justice. It should not be forrotten Government has been formed.' The election to'Jail be greatly eaten to which the Sarsapanlla .It" ,
FRO Brought I k '
ZKPORTAJTT i ?KXAS. of the of officers taken but its value Naney Tsaderipa, '.h ;I:"'
the have
that aggrieved portion con was to place on NEGRO who a Dame islam i.adapted experience proves : .1t 17rrncz.
A MAN isp ran tL .
The efforts of the New Texicans, to establish federacy contains a population larger than the 20th alt ..- i and that be. belongs 'to WflfiaaBrannen and each succeeding day' is-adding new. tea 'Jobn W. .""I".' ';. ; i ; ,

a State Governmen are- .looked uponas did the whole of the colonies at the period of The child of Mrs.Witrtc;who it was reported of Shell Point,' Florida. Ha is phies to its fame. A. ad slow-at .dity' t. 1but :

in Tex sand meetings the revolution, and that the rights which ,' had shared the sad fate of her'mother aged about 20 yean and ii about ft feet 6 ,1Jy her&geltar U 1 i RBart, .
I ea high;be bad on an old white wool hat;hia ANOTHER CURE OFSCROF&LA. ad.un-ea for an ado dpribf0ittp.l k.1Lt..
has Inv
vital been delivered alive the
seek to -involving by J
haft been called there and trongresolations they preserve are dians. up w ring apparel wan so torn thai it cannot be de- -.following'. striking and 'as will be Audit being shown i sa eitbe Gut,
and It
life,liberty, property. was eloquentlysaid 4)od; hehaetheaoar of a'bum CIa hi*breast.Thf 1Jy atadarit that the old Defaddstt natdetovsaf,
passed setting forth the elation between Ex-Governor from Mississippiin The Indians have made hostile demonstrations seen, 'permanent cure of aa inveterate case .
by an owner will come forward prove property, the State of Florida and within the C-State j .
the General Government a j id! the States as Convention that such a body of freemen on Rio Grande. Malt excitement and an lm7 &or.U.. 'be dealt. .with AI,the of Scrofula commend itself'to. all similarly. A u Orrfwrrf, That the afttVeaaw> .M beard at j
-' laJreotdm. ; afflicttd:\ the next term of the CftrL ;- ,. I
"could obtain any thing that was right.To alarm prevails and families have abandonedtheir n '
tenchhig the contest | doubt it would be to abandon all trust in settlements. A letter from Rio Grande .' M.H.. FREEZE,. SOt iEPORT, Conn-Jka.1,IfttS. dad it ii f drib tit dere+i,r -.n.r. +
the South* :Press of the Jailor of Columbia Coun/y,Ko daat and aaerer old Cffll w or>efiw' tea
.: Washington appear : .
for the
)f'ID8. Geetkmea-aympatby
the i
a righteous Providence and to repudiate city; says the Indians are formed.into three first,Monday in rf-rmTirrfiirrt. nj la jaftan
13th says the Governoi.of; jTexas has deep foundation all moral conduct. The divisions one,. descended'the Nneees to > tf afflicted indneea BM to Inform JOB of the remarka4e thereof that,tha aaid Bill vaVtW tHe afaiaatbint a

written_ to the delegation tf ,that State ia history of the revolutionary struggle must Corpus Christi:' one--dmeecf on Browns* 10,1810.List'of Xetten' of BT eon wife.effected She by was yoar"aerere/Sanapariha afflicted ia with the ease the J eonfeato t JVonaUTlU tU Order boJa '

Congress,demand of the resident whether prove a caution to those who would provoke rifle,and the third take the Mexican side of EMAINING in the Pat Orfea at- aerofua oa different part of the body;the glands i.1a bl for four ID months some 'Jl 1 ft 1 Start. stiles -- .
similarcontest and if northern confederates the Rio Grande.TBLCoxraoecue.Public. of the neck' wert greatly enlarged and bar limbs
Ootl a oaf ._ .lOS, B. Ia.\NC =
in Jane
;Munroe 30th 13501 a
he sanctions t e conduct o ; the t. .viie,Fl9rida.' mach swolle$)After tafferiug ever Tear sad > >
that devotion to
have patriotic a ArmstroBgi'A'Adimt' ": ttendriek Andrew nfl relief from the remedlea said the di. se maR. IrI50uUa t.lreat.f Flsi. .,. ;
; dot it- a finding ,
New Mexico and if be present meetings -
} ; Union which will from irrespective JOb : 11 ;I.j
"I they profess they R' Hammond George cam attacked one ley,and below:sib.kaO tuP- Atrtucopv: ,. 9 l,
alemn protest against it; iead declaring hiss the highest actives suspend the blow which of parties have been called in Andrew;John I* Hnrburt, BeBjamin parated. Her pbjsleun adrised tt should be laid U'rnKs, J.":FraeewdS I C&rfco?oitr'sail ,.,

intention to assert the title f Teias by all all must see will inevitably destroy it. To Munroe and Sampler counties, ''in supportof Ba er.Joa!}>aSBnntley.John &Edward 2 pen.wbJdt WM done,butwlthoai any|>enna--court,Key Wed, yHjt,; |. D.. > :,
t. surrender the control of the slave questionto the Compromise., J Johnston ON sent bm f t.: In Uds titoatiba we beard of and Ji M. BaiczimS, 't 1'
the In her : Bn then, Andrew'WBn Johnston'James AJohnaon tnaortd to ttse.Sandi' & 'The 1&iJ.. *
means were gfiJ eon
power 1 f It to stale in this connection = :t"l! :! -
An extra session of tt ,Lidslalure of the northern majority would be on our gives as pleasure >,George&;, ,Martha first bottle prodded* decided and wonderful effect : .
the 12th part to submit to certain degradation anJ upon the authority of a letter in ,the Ba er,Jobn Jones,John A .I ,relieving more than any prescription she bad GOo at netNt..tPri' ."
Texas was called to assemble piAnrnstnext. ruin, while to yield all we claim',would involve Milledgeville Recorder from Washington) Ba on Mr .' IriiJa J aim f 'erer take,' and before be had eseL ai* .11'It, .

iJtuf' sacrifice of right Joierest oalheir that "moot-oftbe; members of the House Btt nay.Maanack. Leather,MUsC be artonutaaettt sad delight; df her Mends,the > loJUr.B '"
H The alarm as to the di with the from fin r leBrtfedon ]L-Z I.a WM.11. .fendberbaaUb q1 restated. It llnOwdteri C ..
GlOmart iutdior'tae r "
Indians bad somewhat sobfrded.e part A mistaken belief in oar dissensions is deposed. ,Je1mD" foo .A.<' year since the core WM tCbcW ,"and nei-fceatta .- -. .j4.Y; ;. ,i -,:<*** "",
II i growing out of former party connections,and bil1.-Rep BeCane GOTf fweli MeKee,France R.4 remains good'showing the dim aewu thortagUr firp s IJ..d1tn rindt 'red:1.Teel: .. f

ANew York letter rs Ba heSivanJtjf our profound, reluctance to endanger the CaM Georgd -Morgan JameaMcKinlaT W eradicated trim the jstem. Our neif hbor* are JL tba following JwhWi BeaSetxat >
app; union is all that:sustains the proud spirit TOT CIUKLCSTOH' Cocaini.. TniS long Ca lain of the aehoOnerCuipbeU .J hJI' all knowing to these uetc, .and, think verj highly priced that cannot fail to taik|p'T"lIrtjf! j *
nab RrprMiean, in referen > to'.,recent edit adversaries. established and highly respectable paper JU1bae. eA3.. /' of Sandi pariH*. v '. Prfated Mndlns,hint 'o\j
which animates ,
a of supremacy hue' T f; Y6nr th respect JVLic :
I'iiZ. .
trial in that intimate gttefrobability made its in new and handsome Polka .Dd.; ,tt JK 1,18. ,
paper, Bat it must now be seen that we are united; appearance i k.C.N&LJi.1' '.2 i)1J rgaret, White Pliia,and Hfil deli tti.- .
of the sale oi the new shji n n jbuOding to and even if this were not so at present a per dress .on the 1st.. The Courier ranks ,Jamet., Newson; fiarah B : Extract from a Iettet'"from'Dfr.Ingflham'( ; Gtechanu, trttn .f.f-WX-t: *.M l-a

'between the two till writer severance in the outrages with which we among the first commercial papers in the 13* TbonluCtfiner Napier Margaret a gentleman well known Delaware conn- of tie latest tjtefr, <* 30t. 2J -
ply s.jTbe, country,and the uniform courtesy and liberality 'Jauld .- > P'Brine. IfillPeadtfa itself all aft Lime mtier.from'. 4 injiired '.:' ,
must such It commends to similarly
a re- t
says they hare never bee. ofiei id for sale are soon produce of its proprietors'in their intercourse CoiintCaptWarri>a ,James A Ti Lace from r9 f fIN f.ltb I -I td T3": ". tt
salt And again, provided this entire and Co Caroline R FeaeqekjJaiAfOjaactobor.JM dad : ,C.Handkerehie&front Sto ttl, .
by those authorized to md tg'J,< ueir business perfect union of the South was never attained with the press generally, is-nchu'to... Aon I T..N'.J-t.. .Sflreh' d.,'ltf'', LiMa Drill* b ia JtVsrtinis ; .t.10a' .. ,

,'and when a price b1 .We i asked, a if the .whole number of slave holding care for them the respect and at,of;allwho. / lMaUIU'. Benny John Gentlemen>-MT wife bat used .mra1 wales ,from :! y;l!ij: 0to3eo, _4
in with will notice, with ruel Roww '. Alkand Lute thread GlaVei < fctto 3 W
nevet common us, ; of. Barn lS which 1.obtained of TOW ;f jB _
the should
of 0 for States unanimously agree upon Baaeeli yosr
$500,4 to W.F .
one ,
prohibitory t
p' i of resistance is it to unfeigned pleasure this evidence of,its o'eon* Artist. ; Msr7Ann-dl, agents inthi piace,from which aha baa neeiTed ..At assortment of Edrin t Sedjerery :. :
measure Kkhard
tair bas"been named. Tbi onty tpression any common tinned and increasing prosperity, Dtb..elilr. inch ipeeid benefit,. that I aIR indooad to add price,with vtaay other 11--* .to tko L1!
_ r of *. -* sell origlnatl'wit-5 *,|4 SAtan- be supposed all would sabmit It is my DobaonATDeDJ Suet I James MSaaaden mine to the abundant testimony sow before the Good line, 'Ji i B ad"xis d:.x Nl
a oenD .i firm conviction .they "dnld. not. There !.Iforf Smart mbfie ia favor of its medicinal virtaaa. :lea f* i M r23.trt 1IWEE8
r lull iifoihbolder. It is the ibt t might be Atsivr, July Distreuing Affair Georg4- JMET,neither,'and other relatirea bare fatenrietima -
: would be found some States exasperated by maay .
isms '
SDao A -
\ "Six CkUdrtn Burnt to 'Deatk.-Lut Eagss,ecqti ; ; 'JA clc t'iV' : ': 2
and tt was
advisable to sell the flaritL ';* &:to replace continued and.still increasirjg wrongs,'inflamed Gordy,James Ii Stapled,w.str-J'. to eon aapt on; supposed :" .
7! ; ; ? week a Mr.: Scout,of Bristol, Ottawa; Canauda that aba too was inclined the sate.'. 8aanadaavaral Male add.Feat9a, : )lam. .j _

her by a vessel with the I opn ved boilers by ,repeated insults and driven to 'was killed/on .board of steamboat on G Cuff' George SanTnet 8-L S StarderantjJ.Tenrptej'Wffl O turns of raising blood' 104_and alt length 1 :,t ..: ./i: *.
: deepest od by the desertion of their timid CanaL Mrs. i l beanie redaeedthat her life Wka despaired of 64T.eflb.i tntiitiisbl = ,
the ,Ridean Cxoxf hearing TIari1 II ,
siaulat, td those in her cow ir \ JZoiorta Green Patrick
; ; and timeserving associates, whoY sustained I from day to day.- ,Worn indoeed to try yonrSamparala eonsi7lesadsrtdod'ong tUia. ;
tadte bate been tested in i \& ffiuhimgtm.By br tinsttstainedj would gallantly commit their that persons' were coming' with the remain* Gond1 GdDiJtttiJI.An& TOWDIad.iI I ,aa before mentioned,from the ue oiwhkhber opened bi SCHOOL ba.tbe (ns 'v* 4'-
: haab dent odt to that fin .
of her unfortunate : Health Iw been restored; aO i -
1 ; -
lhts boilers titer SO nlM of furl is to7. God and the ex Holland, amea H TIunIiu James ondatorof We CourtHI d iebira bii a
< r destinies a righteous try sleet them,, takingtiitlk; her the ..youngestfchild. 5araJJHiIJ Ute pettiest she' baa been able to attend to hadomeetia &haDb t' th.liberal t tIc del w'- W ftI

.,5' eaved-rbesidtt room givi J if Ift feet more perimettt_of' secession.:. In\each .c'enf the .; She left six of her:'children at home Httthplulz EnU';Jitney TY-r'iid.' dntka.tiuU7J4, ,-.itlL unacBAX,- .. :,. esdar.pes;t7 iota der,sad lit-a+;irnses,W aaiarita

. between decks (at! thejje&dYof, d the Union gone unless seceding' States in charge of the house. Daring her abence Ham W J wnor.Clark; He 3 l' edat.l-- d than IDa--, '
space could be reconquered.- :Suppose the attempt HtrrfnVu Ebeneter. Whitney,Mary, ., JNcIUi a c fREr :' i, "t .: '
VittohoU sfxd1deed _
the house took fire and : .
boilers for and 3 .iMfvjng of the .' ? s For it t visa. VdlJ ; 'u.J -."
freight i
) ; in which Eliafcbath WiBia n&Hbaattln ,- &
made a civil war Heartley. .
certainly enftaesf
Z 6 of .Tbd(" loU wi > shows' the virtue if the ,..
. _teert nat to death.-- Thus; out a Marla WilZltmk Rtet' g, -"4f11er'ti : .
faWbtof that much,wel-U $\I''. would rally ;; het'moat ,
every man td lhe\flag, family of nine 'the mother and ode infant ; SarsapanUa'in'temovins Brttachitisr adi: Tb.witti Gnu.G t.
difficult resist 1'e de' loved and however the tide of war .;; for ii Bit t t'lid .u._. .'_ -. '. :" ,..
: ; to. be alight alone remain. : .-iWinJ eauW fetter ease whiehiifnbt: stJe dily arrested; leads to r-- .
tb.lattee *
.: minds of the California tt&e/J [white the tarn one catastrophe would be inevitable- win pleaaa say they' "are*4verUMd.or they aynotcaktbea. consumption/' It 'allays;;.J4smodife i ,action .tit-wkk .11rO. ,. .psi.Hi'a1I -. ,..J'.

, York blood would have been shed g fanal hate 8r.dJi CASK w' uouu.ail:'inlet- .' ;; : 'MARKBUTTS.PJfc- -" changes till secretions and by its tours loci ieic.. 'idaer'HI ; l"" t
. owners of the N. an* 5411 onah stltm'tieittfk'tinedtoy' f Jacksonville idly 11,1850JrroE I && .( :
would bate and the ; .
spturlj,oft deep mate Ming elate case occurred.recently in Saera- alterative ferbperties; Wtridves.the healthy 1. ;*Wt J..1Atba sMGloe .' '
{ i idesirable :t"."",.t .tiahishl1J dictions of.Unsatisfied veUgencB Redid pervade memo City CarZ+ ;claimed td be the slave action ana.the'patient Is resto'red ttf health; dtfaitida'Fr06tMs4!,. ._ r
.: vessels bewtirV4xed tat linenot' the land and preclude all Hope of future -yisLbaatitiftt- '. ,- 2 J : C' '<
. that,, : of Ltttf.ll Hays was broarbt up 6V-* writ 'fUnbexcr. Kir.11 i3St"M&szL : 0"" ,.t" :
Mane ::
} WtwAii
SMITH i C0.3idirohed..The : tirj ;
j Union' These results which of D. p. : .
. are occur; liras
may and UHf Judge "
of kdbea diftcTuiged- '
: detetminatioi c with cbrpu : zfadmiavi7lrMayD -
;:S : ra in despite of.. forbearance ; :.I.-da7; ; ...b.daar'of tko late. M "Gentiamni t ;wii to'aiaka .::1 : :, 1f,: _r, _.
any degree on maintaining Tinder-the ednstitntion of with.Broa- ; ; .
roi andtogitevast ttettioddf those afflkted "
tJ The
: popularity < 1naI1t'Dl".uwIl7JP.&aIiW'i ; .
"'11' the part of a single State.It. is i manifest the State and under the prevltmsly;''etsfcgMexican _. :D.,P.8MUU& ;.: fuu.'iM Leaves prtfpertlM of year atoatpariga; .B8IIaeu =( nltltN t i- : ,..
ud wen .
"rt T.4iai&ifot. cfj : d that a feweven' a single StaleV might' make lawsj;, 'tej.UGII' L-.J no,:right .td; ,detain1 j :: ,.Z .. .:..'.:A' .Ji ." Sdr,;wUe ,tfoflerfld lor tweatymonths-tna6sh, ai -.' .,''nDRY .
:: fteir. _a.,.m rot'lir an isstie from the cdnse uences of;which hind I frolnnifil; atel' l BO; 1I..4mctJI't ; manner ai U"nots" 7 ae3crib' ; At.tia.aba ooomh imui' 'p. : .
: r .
could c ; . l d:..'.t :; wil not able to tpeakabore whisper, sad,whoa .,.. ,;
we not'eacape! Would -- 10"0'
facto New YorVwere1 tewliiigi :, .Neutrality' be .r .it ; .' L.r.t.
occasioned aomeUungiiVfpJumj ;
air tt :" '
Ute cold ,
: = t" Impossible ,J would:Fnoir.b4; .thai ibal COURT. espooedto >
: enough "tN' -- 5wt of whfeh was '
the '
toiKorthern t : ti: F1 i&nmDoctvsiea.-itisreported; ; : in tiuroaV Uie ifcnren' .' i f
ttof a Sau-thern.State*as'willing" "to; eabmit the:Tabla Rock'at';Ihe.Niagara Falls, h. IIIMN dJI ,ate.
heilT S 1
Jofter ot i b
places attented wit _.A.d4 eo
T she would be .
iurriisll waa
to Tba ebmjTalht
required tteri-ind
a few days ago with a tremendous ."A' ift:6l ifi. ,:,. 1tJiIfa'E.IACI4IP .. i. ..11. feata7afiraaa 14 liintmr. .adOcu Sireeeetad. .11 5
i diminntidfl of ttbi> l ;tir: ':.h f' } riH&ed tfa5 .:
i t Codbe money tobtfagtle Soothern sister; fit p&rffl !, .' ender the isuna 4a31I '-
carriage containing pertfrirwai J ttf I therein
v' LIsa ef the tfro tlBi Uw Ise ,9itsIpa. .s
tine to felt in ;tbeabfl! Whose cause,she had pTevionsly.-pronotincediosU over at the fiiU; '}It i4 said that. :those Id thee .. ..... .... I .,T illtorUiarees''. .. ritlAaac fcerfcttly.cored,bemg.Bow:yir ,aura I,"r 1ijlgb irlCf P f1i--f-, : .

era:.AMea towhkhi;; If li >I.fiJJ: Oar best hope; therefore, trot only for I"e'escapedi'wTule: the.-.--..--.::steel( \ .. ': a 'tf: : Aart UuW oionthl ainee afae feft&Jq ti ajfltoa. >*f ;Jiditiei '' -, .' +'

flat an increase of J the fafe r I the preeerratiofl our hofldr and tin rirhts,' went over with the rock.The .' : "VT' -' ,te the htidsetlol Ot tIIe-1I aha"i ,j' o bEnata 1 c.: :, men t,fit BR ;OOODS j.J 0 /-f,
k Itttocoarse oetween the 1ft &. but of the tinion itdfreoits1sU id(:inch,-firm 'U.L.f : b mda' jail iJae .ta the : 'J.carit.wa retp: ;, fA"' !to whWi win bo fhortly added l dad wetaWf
has tb and united abota entitled r Oat l &I.rIbIJdrfad1ctJoa i IctLrrec !f rod M r.N.' heeled"il*GROCERIES{ WAaC
era people at this time *_bkppy effectolwEtesiojapperitieaol. cranc3s as tBay.prefent ..fartheraggressionswiThe tii. ;Stile Cdd 1Contenton'of 6t C :Extract frcta> v >
: '
JMH HV Ijfflartaeahireiei"17-
A .
*L- I Florida,sad -
feeli erg, actiori of this ConVetftida \ ,h1't3rbdd W u. .. aUeo. n"wtU; kflowa Ali ,
-. .- I' Kentuckyi;recently assesibJcsJ t "itstt : ? Jnteaa to atll oo' ri. i hark ,
."" '. Ii I" has Inspired and jostiflei the nop' that:stich at Fraukftnt.'composed/of hoi ani equal; dt Br7aa1 'bii5 1k:1&dd.'::: Louisa eountyiVa::*,.a .s .;:- clsdorcaoifas rsossircd;; dapod _asa''i-'

Wa hinftonJyyetaika:.' t =, of iff, the unity ere attainablei Amongst toe Butdr: Iricidentsiftflirfditjg -. Bdnttber of both parties,.passed carrion .)cab, ::11 1r 0I'Wltrtl-Taal DJI4&JR appiitr 1kI. 1 :"C.attcstes1svoeiI eddfl Irb-iM t. sit a ttatre of tha "We' 'U1. J.L. ',_ ,.. .
: of playitotaatd Cerny, awaked with wilibemMaactitrSwo' ,,
tits Coo
J .angurief of Jotflrt success IWwd'r wlUIfGV ganspar&la, wlt warn ..
tt. .wr 1 ,1 \ ia its ere/tbd.toIQiD.! :rcsololitfns aptirdtiflgihcSenatorial I, 1Ht.1 ,.OI'' wIDb. .' awl ef,Ana hmOy. / JffllApril '"t '. ',: '
.I CoIi lO objects none mora gratifying than CAnprdmisei s r; \ t, !trJ r r.I4.a ;;.rl S"1: ,,:1"Y'N..W.1ttsau. 2thh iMf: /-. .' .j ::'
;, reads to'ease Texas invadHtltaoardtnfrtnnktrt to behold the gallant,fltsU 'of 'Tennessee" ,ol- 'j'batwe.cat1ah'pp 1"oJ _L 61 f' Iirlr d'Giiai..>,. : -Trede' IZYsy J.I117,18&" ( 'i, ? ilt ". ,.'i -uh .

4 -Mexiar1 tit itas hitherto ?sd ,muchs misrepresented on this. the patnole endeivdr of. the Couinfitte<::trf, else,duly .r trIth6tt Qat Sli 'Ivry i; : t. .i tAI4er.ittjt'aafca'ahl tl f r ,
+ Soatbern acid ? -
git*; erWof rirttrfjha la iN"qaestidn great qdsstlonj coming tordlallyV Thirteen td:reconcDe the'exisfis j dlflertrttei t I St or= .a.wNk rtiizsesa aUeatkHi-MMwtieia aatt OHI tity fiMralpatnacfixia rThek

' :.!.1u; .CoL, sotliiaRt through*- to3j4 weal and : to .agioi,stand,,by bergs heiSotttnern between the Northern and Southern*eti6Hi,L __.._. <,;","'. 'a..J'.- J'_.'.1fi wsYkatlwa tInd a er* dly:poplar, ai totweihe liter itt.whe iiij airs'iniiiiiiiiiriiHj IdsM .<, .,
# woe : vUlia mtsantittit 1m pntleuts often wno wish
i and that Kentd&y z '-
Tatarrlt : of the Confederacy l "
soonovemun Y ieo ,U sisters b maintenance of,heir Cb do eiteiet gt CantptotDi art h 4aeed W:try settior_ .,
{ "
b Teiaerig liitld gibe__..t:DdiYiaf4..dpP the attain'! tint : if.a v
# \ ; tomisofl tights Too witl'cbaervertbattall' gJ.i as wertUesf eontKmadt beartnj the,.' terteli bbd11850 br5.f Js"
DMm" ; of aa object td beeesfitrt fot.lbe," + virtaea of tabtftatfoa tahi
I ; e>Soother ,tln'en the ftatcs represeatedf and'each' ment 1 asNttd : Bttto.r BOB ef UM
tbdr, W IheoppoartioD $ ? individualnea&ti fare'of oar icouniry.. -' Order made ef 1 A' i bJ8 root, IDcI we tIdq 1tt II1IO\edDI at5 fi te .3
co/maon ; ,
I A r1j/r Of.Y il1 delegations were entirely etas fa iLt Ctifitte ZI. tM 28k1i dry "- I bcadI ant dud D.ta ueoitug their. CIRCUID: '.
fc*""*"""""**"****' a ."f '* **t sif APi / } r
if.atteb .j.i.'jjt"tv JU
ant i taaoltedspoT7 unanimous "ir'sapportof.the reso- TJbfeioni h rilaifhin'.mM1.1f\ tnd yoti< D.1. :44- w.ereot.lllei.ttasUhd I 10 the adt ftfArtse.tof the Mfear thank ,*Coeit<#r IXrvAtt I ; r3f r

nod p portion of J ItrUons-adoirted.-: ;"that the slight objectiosisa -l .TbiT heart.t.w htnven, ,11i1tU. da'rat-d4 in another eo1ma.1'bottle! JW oe tiy been -Lw.tJl t [141..3:' q g' ; e wCbaw :d .
t .7.1i4'-aIiS
will 'JoT... tu a.l WIWli rAtfifctarticle .
ether;. hat p pith It rabed .torthearcament'or ; enlarged bJfct *gosrt
"t.t"I'J.EWICJ -
;thee ad< inmbig frog .. \
ia his
yon will fix a ,cay of ad&atfitaentr 'Pass ;dress id to*'people of..the 'Scrataera:: States. the like dew the.dn'-.UDiaeel r fdrtw.W I'th Jcceaft?.taft f.i llirtof"bichit' 'It t Uf'. "z.'I9,411t.afrt1V"'S""v'O an"Ie,ti.' 'timl taI will And tit the etfaetefefclett'J1M.'.TIa e*. ..
t 'Afpropriatkm TOta I ? M&ft borne,1 Is ; D.. W tW r1be.iby .
rather from* difference of, tST I'i' : : ."IdS' daCIt tt thoneadt HI pro ed 1M f/I.
irjircrr.;: TW Dkrti boTs' that he- f'lfded tta* from anywaht ofeoo.carrencslnthe --;.-- .. .d-" "" ,'-'-. : h 1 "J mss. tlD.t. _,.'" Aye- -4tlat.ty.<. 'I'iI".. .v ring the-tarioe S dlreaaat tor .1tiIifi R Is reeom alket.eMittedenme a dAdatd'bedibM residua N .
fen aeft winter tkey can iiw 4l! themselves conclusions attained.; : :- : .,_. -' 5y q mended i sad at the praMD.timq m tide M1otIIIer.1Mir1aI
.u -.c" plaids and beyond the
TtIq .larise ;
tti Ii
6t Newkuieo; 6la is"State;; .A.e of 8ntIaffG Stele few lnai at ._ ._. ''. t'u p.,,- tI" \ +! YNCt1CU f1-t11 fArs: nt>fba.rii. therefore, oa motto std
faN'eia b oied -I fitacetheover laic assembled,send;ddibertttd-amd.wwith a I Qa the 8"id 5 Nis;"leek'i $ tXD'p4.rr Ctilf. :. r-- =_.'io"j'.< ". GO' J'= ". ''.7'Jt "J' 1ms &5ysnt,Es her

r filerale lty a.4. mnoderatioe of the ttlYtiys : kti Mr.'W0.Mels: :r. _.__._.t '.". ;I.OI oj ---I.; iiil '_
.k a., r.' r, r farf eottiegnenaa i ttlRsjl :'fM ,P.1+ Ik,.. ,:.- j-1-f." fRit Ililtttt Caa pishdt .
: >
? ;Mt.iae. :NorthctaaeawecbfytM '.bm_ fir_ '."ofx N o.Cb J MutAaFnzsdtbs I. ," .JhI' >'.( '. J :' ...:r''1.' "'h'. JI" tr '! il: : : ,

t. fflrlei fm jf..Mnoencs& 1te willingness tomake farmer_t..t ', '[lit'r .r .". sad. .amTed "y oar !! _
j jr
!ai .o caseioilb( w..' ( .......". "_ __". .... t '_ ::,:.9't jr .- A'rft;' 'i.T.0' '!" '. ;, Aaents sfcow Usvalae:in;:eases ot Fever' its ,
asks of } f. I J''Met, 't b;, ''b' "' ".r'O }'-' ., : dla
f ;Iaeesela foitlit. ,f.i'1.r..f Etadyaerttidbettea
SIift -
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h peac uioa11Iam. 47" ... 1 'iil"h".C ,.i" : .f I." : T"
tut '
tvsli at .
'Air t ,._ tM." .
( < Ass'.nlse+ :''' sort.card'
ttmel thettteaatn k .
ofstnstilatiou: } } -D "r asN f..T' .tt"": .' a.t sf statue
j 4 > tell., ',. is Jp +oesto at' ',Rest.m int. noitM of melt fee t'J f 'wad: i iF. i iI eaSrC4Maaailavs as ,iIaMi,erar habt ..- .e;'b.L,6.'.IK- _. jlua Gaits>''. taTttwa.aa+idia + -x aT psi 4 7+. 4

lr ::Its ata :wi ", .: .71' Iq'".J.)" _..9.ti..:.llfJkifT .is >StaIaW+ w M 1 .sbotWstara.aILT ,
has ". .satwsiae+: J'IIa... &f7= .. ix; lranai., tlMtltw
? o fetirrd ; 'Brktxtfae.S : It resolved ,toeetajptr.; r J ; .rt'Dy's
.1I1 l
abelr $ ban
x l saX slaagi -
ism,1 "hiltaJ aft : iC -I
tM la.t.- rCt M' ,inaatrothng.teary. lair
wsiM pass the I or Iai'1 -. } .
*a.att.i Ceagreei; rge .... cal pith Thaitds .' T rnalvisedmto tM ''
Mae! e'tf "everi 8011ll1bSeIeoaeeiI1 13U e their, delegratioes ) .."r..Y.;'l"- tJ I It Aw.. yj >
.M tIiIIit when_ 9piirnleai .r.c iI.\ 1'tI $ A.
V Vr ,
4h' : alai trite eaisro :
*. ': & ,. ..' to Nana ,. 1
; .C ? <' 1 ''1 ... viand,. itweefide6ed .. _
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t sv aitlela sib of # 4
( eraepane.f a t1elite. 'IWj = f1 :.ba_J .1.

'eft aart v.Stet,eta eekaet'trod:'J.peuatat ,, !J wM '.. ,11"11""fiti Nit twlNe, 111_,as. -
ttf'7.iinlCJ' .i ''rtrH* b.ea.stjt _. rz rs
glatc'e'f r tf r MOr1e .
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t1V.'of. a '' "f ,_ tal\ ..bra .
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;; THEX'LOU PB Oi cost of one thousand dollan; Tbo eadsotWe> 4-Madison- -Fem-ile 6effllijflW .. -9$4 1 >' f- :

JrrLT$1Tt 1 7 and Fletcher are f.a eood;siw for framing.i f'if -
The abote plates'cannot be purchased the MAIflONy-
I s. a CoutyEF.b7 stores at le than.three dollars each. '
COM uAn5o.aL.rINc2P4Lr44! w Torbt CaP ':
: 1not7z.rSaofPlaIesforCtubs ; ;

.1 s i.-Thye $ per'annum, payable An entirejy distinct offer from that'above,lear f l iff '-S.o&wdnv&x&rkfkl ...i ,M--h : is.t.x **K* &4i wtrtiJI--2* !$ $sr.. '.

,. upon ordering(he perjjjii lug subscribers totake their choice of this wide tITUTsO6ss1ste4 by MriI1&zisosas ..4w 1Moeaz$ *, ds
? range of premiums-either:the above, offers;or opened for the reception of Ftapils on the second ,., SPErCzR ,&llzmICTr riwani.PPLXNI 't's1

r .- V-.4 etoniI Iof -*,- t4&i4ore,the expiration those we now propose*. .. Monday in January.Jast.V9** ,.*j? V '* FZZEMAX144U67P. .. ,, rangwttent and C.Lsba! *ha Is

-4. th* year, are chfffPAdvertisements 4& .. Every member of Ji club, or-any subscriber in From a knowledge cf.Mr. and Mrs.JJartsonVsuperior I Amount' ot Funds' liable for losses, ';'. 205,089.84BaU jt.dt _
other shall each be.entitled to the four qualifications, aa well as from the most
t % ,Ineerled at the followingof any way of Premiums above inrestmsnU 165,937 67, m
ample and satisfactory testimonials of their former .
following 'Cbrlst'aRebuke -
.beautiful scriptural platen - -
-- 4& -
rI.$ PeVo'uiP rn ( twelve lines)for ,*' "Christ\VeepiogOver. Jerusalem* success, -Trustees of,this (Seminary embrace s= ; tl *brlMexicah"">' [ < *
0 hMe. aEe 41nCent.foreoijiubse- "The.Two Marys at the A pnlchre,?and the DeUveranco th? opportunity neommending it to the consideration Fnm. thtLJTK Wus,0*vW : 14

qttcnt Insert ion; yearly Advertisers a liberal of; t. Feter." '-. "-. C of parents and guardians who may be desirous (Tm0aJtdCk>>A.pi4.eticaFiUostratlonof ; i
Premiums are.only sent when;subscriptions are of giving their daughters or wards a thor the benefit of-Life Insurance has recently'beeB 5 -:- *1
.i I bens ejjkll{ transient'Advertise* remitted direct to the publisher.-: "VV i' oueh and refined education. furnished in this city, in the vase of one lamented W,0AUZ '

; BBsib living running account The Lady's Book for>1850 will contain severs .,L Institution is located in the;Immediate vicinity fellow.-cithen. the late EdwF1TestWhile ag ;;doa

., w&h the office) mxMu'jpaid for previous to public hundred good engravings. .' i' *'jt of the village Madison Court House,one In good health,' some time last* year; he'effectedanlnaurance IJorses i lost-and -fit ,ieei1
' Postmasters -and others. sending Clubs .will oil the most delightful and healthyt towns in the on his life of 95,000'inHhe' New- -?- tuInt
4 CftO.( oblige us very much by having them all addressed Southern country- having a population of high York ;Llfe Insurance Compsny,*(formerly,(Lb. penesfo irre4 r -

. Ter3 nset,a $&jtr.t rc an govern ther"remltby to one name. 'It is no inconvenience to them*,and moral and intellectual culture canal to any in the Nautilus,) >ofwWckMr.James-M.-Mundon:; Is Urid.aod re

,% E >eos fur advert! ;, /the followirig rates will tea great favor to us. United States. agent in this city, AMr.Test died very suddenly, ---
g -
In this Institution therwhole-course of instruction and the other the amount for.which'his life
.t One; square (tw c lini s) published six months Premium, to ihefovnt .'tending, the target will be thorough.; and the pupils will not fee .wat insured, five day thousand dollars?was1 promptly ,d&dz

.; for ; i $10 COix number of tubscriber permitted pass over any stndvTrithont an intiv paid over to his family by Mr.Mondon -* Having7 all 1I

: .4 Two squares,fo nonths, 1500 The town sending us the ''largest ntnnber of mate acquaintance with it.- This will be especi : This circumstance requires comment from us presentation'Of

, iot1ee.todebt Mid creditors, ., 1000* mail subscribers for 1850 will be entitled to the ally the case with;the exceedinglyimportant sub to.give it due force. It speaks to.every head of a -aadteialatfoar :
Lean Book for 1851 the ject of Mathematics, in the different branches of family in a voice that cannot be-.misunderstood, ; -A
g.atis and next in
r Application Utrsof administration, 5 00 her, each subscriber shall receive; one of.num the which pupils will be. thoroughly drilled, and required and should not be dsobeyedThe advantages of ments, iVfi -i, a

: Forannooncem iKo t of candidates for office, 5 00 above plates. any. ... .. to give the reasons for each step in every the system,its fcenefioent 'and happy results, win what kind: ; i -,

5 ann6uneeme will lie made unless the same Address L; .; 113 Chesnnt street; : Tee classes in Music,lrswlngPalnting,Wax and we trust induce him to("go and do likewise."
; 'aocompanied tie'amount charged Jan 17-ly Philadelphia. Work,and Embroidery, win U uadtr the immediate Certain it'is, that no prudent' nan,,who has a' Particular >

I Editorial notl for jferivate benefit wQl.teat care of Mrs hanson and there Is no institution family dependent upon him for support,'.will neg- ratc Qoar I'1? ___

4 elaeidoabItb, *'ofladverUslng.. .Uecttanlcal.Art* ,North or.South-where these branches are leot for day.the insurance of his tie.1 ':'f<: i Charges -' ,
L taught more thoroughly scientifically. -. -- .
:t Religious, Obit anl Marriage notices,will The strictest attention win be paid to the moral Annual I -Rates- ; WiMdWthV' ,. ( -
? *
of.Inwuof..Ons-Hv.ndrd ? l-i.-
t. 'L I be published gratji hi. !).' APPLETON & C0n NEW.YORk and'general deportment the y&1adie5while f AH eonra _- -

. Communication! oinst tie I post paid. ," : 'HATE IN COTHSI OF PCBLlCATfON, vIm ,at the same tiae,every thing*fa sectarian;: Dollars on a1&iigle'bft. :ii ej&& set1k A
1 *
.t ** r '. ,' influence will be as carefully avoided. 't _
Price .Cents eath
: 1 dt t The scholastic year of ten monthsisdivided Into 4-l'i' i -

. -% ;i ALL COMIJItnx TVI1OII ECLIPSED.PF.RIODICAI.. A Diction ary, two sessions of five months each; The first session a- -- '

A l OF,.MA CHINES MECHANICS ENGINE commenced on the second Monday-in January p- e.- LIp4's -- AT-TO&- San*
: TADAZ ) NrLwAN lVORJft AND.ENGINEERING and to end before the second Monday m June.
p WwyomofajsVaiM
The second to the eeeond .Monday Will attend ;
.-,.. ':Gm1iam I -. f ; 185O.- Designed for Practical Working ,Men and in July, and end commence before the on .eececd Monday in : k- '- U U >tf thi bAW% '

: ; Magazine, those intended for the.Engineering -, December. Pupils can enter at' any time, and 3, 3I ,3 ral Court,lor post
: ) : '- -Profession. will only be charged until the endof-the term.- -. 4 $ *, ay waUa sese$ H lam

tr r1"HE ependid in4eriot"Graham for Jan- Pupils derive pea advantage, however,by Center? tb.s.lam cfawja t
i; J_ bVy, bee tntb4 whole'country by enr- EDITED IIY OLIVER BYIUTC, ing at the beginning of the term. '- 14-n tatt 163 41' '178 188 881 -for f- | i**** Its went, sad fcaoww la*

- 0; ., riei1iigh as S4asne has'always stood in Formtrty Professor.of-.MathemaIcs, CoBtge of Young, ladies pursuing the full course will receive 15 77 83 166. .4218&129-340, ; general : *jih* an of mean aitaniiliaV
} lad bin Iwatod oCM 3sea** ,
Civil Engineers .London. Author and In- 16 8&- 90.162 43189192861 grants and ; %
: literary exce1Ienc4n4 pi toral b'eautyfo eirculahsA diplomas or certificates of eraduation. Us execBecoi SMI
ia, proclaimed
: tion and repntatioif, i1 won already for 1850 venhsof the "Catndtu of Form," "The} 17 86 91 165 44 190 194 363 or selling '
,, t ano> morejaprals jnc ant latrels fo the loud New and Improved System of Logo- COURSE Or STUDY. 4 is89! 921-69' 45 -191 196373 POWER: -t E:1Iia&byga:
,_ greener rithms "Hit Elements The of is divided in five classes.- 19 90 91-1-73 48 192 193887
.4 which 'coiif* fro'i every quarter of the o/ course study ft.'fat ko <
1 k Onion! : ..tlIi ii it. rAid by. Colon,'! etc., etr.rVBI3 : The, Stadia cftheJuenitenIq'artmentareSpelling 29 9U 95,177 .47 1 93; 1 99 ;4 01 for the .devised an ankle w1s5'w
21 92 97 182 48 194.202.417
-> .me JtTS s .a Jjoiiiialready'exhanstelt !line January numoeruJle ; Reading, Writing,-and Mental Arith States for ; advantage to'awaktoA Jwar
2i : *mthongbt as .our supply was WORK is ;large; 8vo. .sire, eontafoJL metic. 22 94991' 8S 49'1R 204449; applies''f so kIng U io aaTwa

;f it toaveee 2nd$ A SECOND EDITION log nearly TWO THOUSAND PAGES, upwards Pint Clatt-Reading,-Spelling, Modem Geo- 23- 97 103 '193 60196209460 Liz.*Ms virtue would b.-ko

; HAtr'ft eftciid degaiwe 4 tinei-prrtt. The.vsst .In. Of HFTEEXJflmDSED PLATES, and SIX THOUSAND graphyGrammarWnting;, and Arithmetic 24' 99"107-19S 61197220-475 other property s *
:' cresseofitshereiIcribera fcre ;$tiparallclled list of sub- WOOD enables pulitibhcrs 'to promise their Afbdera with the use of 26 1 07 117 2 H 63 2 10 2.69524
( and descriptions of the most important machines Botany, Geography, Address *laiswt scale,aad
J4 readers 8ueeessionIt1berbt beautyand inthe United States.' Independent;of the results the Globes, Parsing Exercises History of the 27 112 123 217 'M 218 289 649 aid brradta of tt*lasi.wMU
6 Ij cellence wfcn ta c be equalled by no periodical American ingenuity, it will contain United States,. Watts on the .Mind,Rhetorical 23120129224 65282,321:578: .of tojeae aUo os- Mrjaeifj
.r In tho'world.ITbose.wbo.- i F plet practieai treatises on Mechanics,Machinery; Reading, Spelling, and Defining., ,: 2-123 183 281 -66247'366 6 05 : : ;t -* *
harf i1rcad) seen the January num- Junior Stttutia-Algebra, Geography of the 89 181 1.36 288 : 5727G420 627 | ; Tllniimiiosi W jfll j
Engine-work, and Engineering ; with all that is 3l-12142243, 68314481660 kot for ts4 kenor taeawMttft *
her need no sssur4ict of its excellence; and for Heavens,Worcester's History. Analytical Botany ; ;
.. uselul more than one thousand dollars' worth + OHStZttsV
r/4 32"183146250! arUt tjf a utatif*
63 6 75
;.69 3 67 4
those who have r444 W* i cfer affording the tin- ,Parsing in tbe Poets Reading,Essay Writing,
of folio volumes, magazines and other books. | ( & .sad the totoct dIw-
83 1 34 143 267 6O'4 35 491 700 -
.t prejudiced and n4siit praise of others. The The great object of this publication is,to place (daily) Composition Writing., ... 34-125 1 60 264,61 4550B 7 25 Win attend t '* keea btmtatbsMMfuMtlMr ksf
press from one era oT ate country to the other before practical men and students such an amount Senior Students Geometry,Algebra concluded It*,OU Ofa&n&pSdUS.3SsV
&. echoes the publichjiicf ialpronounciog Graham'sMagazine of theoretical and scientific knowledge in Trigonometry, Chemistry, Logic, intellectualPhilosophy 85136'153275 ,6247r29T55 ed to him ia th >lt knows to medcal ssn iseia
a condensed
. > to bo fofi a ilcst and most beautiful periodical form, as. hall enable them to work to the Moral Philosophy,Natural Philosophy 36. 1 89 1.57 2 81, 63490550785 and the lsrUM,sad SOB prop.ttk jr Mk
that has fcwued in and Latin Writing 87 1 43 163-200. 64 5 09 571815381481'7O305 d others, which if nala.4 to*
.t : I ewrjMi any. country. best advantage, and to avoid those mistakes (optionalDaily Essay, also1 such an -
'" 63534599855 -' -
For ourselves,scfti-e|n ue faith of our vast body Composition, General Review Studies. psoduea *
which *
otherwise commit.
they might The
. .
89 157 176 311 66'559627 8 95 able Lawyer' .sy'&a. f I
1.3i efrebacribera, w ;|surh4t, as well as defy the useful'
amount of information thus brought together PRICES 07 TUITION. '40 1 69 1 83- 32067 590 -662 945 at* so vtiMtiU. that lky '
puny-efforts ot edilliefitifb around us. Every attempt is almost beyond precedent fo such works. a prompt and *rfa the s epamtio ,ir tky se.a.s
.4 i to steal th Eicon's[garb, Ly our imitators, Indeed, there is hardly any subject within-its Juvenile Department, per ses. of 5 months, $10 00 may be placed: : : BAKER
J. McROBKRT Jgent.
First Class 1200 ,
siti.ll be discomfitting to ; .
; produces a roar vfould which i, not treated with such clearness & Moreoveija M wf
; any thing short oftlnjinwt brazen pretensions. range and precision, that even a man of the most ordinary Second Class, ** ,.1500 H. D. HOILAMD, M. D, States. off U vapoi;orac aa inhale-
. Junior Studies, M 20 CO Sept. I %h tttntM .Nnl
Medical-Examiner. very pep.-
LW. I-REMIUJI. capacity cannot fail understanding it,and .. '
.. >. L A9l.ttnD Studies 2300 ivstotaUks stse.'
thus from it much which it Senior Jacksonville March 23,1250..
learning is important .ily iww-th ttll ,
soot Ibiy
."Tn FIEsT EII' a large and splendid Music on Piano, 2300 or gte,a
far him to know.
'r memotint, 4i making a most exqni- Use of Instrument, 600 : Sp, watch Is moss trm tao io1ia
-' From the annexed list of the authors Jacksonville: Female'Institute front lay>4f else?they,eaoiot
: site-picture for jitterSSsubeeriber. /$r pnOy, is offered to any principal, Drawing and Painting, 1000 *
,. { flsr mium is far superior to and subjects comprised fo this work, it is self-evi Wax Work and Embroidery, each, 10 00 a tiles call.vmpW 18AUAAftL lIqnt4 WMOm ws*>
offered elsewhere dent that all citizens engaged the practical and French and Italian, each, '10 00It '
My Spanish; Committee of- Direction has' adopted Cap suck to-not tbs sstw
"Sifc rTfrit1cnoici:. useful arts, etc., may derive essential advantages wDl perceived that $25 00 per term is the THE following regulations: :- Will practice -
K from the possession and study of this publication; highest price that can be charged tor tuition in The Seholastie Year is to consist of four terms ernTCircuit'of Dfc JACOB TWW$
,: s .For3Tftr DoJltfl -,; in (par money in the following may bo especially designated t -
the Literary and Scientific Branches,,including of eleven weeks each. -- -- ,
the State from wbktt u remitted,)one copy of Millwrights; moulders and boiler makers; artificers the Ancient Languages. Orthography,ReadingWriting, and Arithmetic Northern t'tk alt thi 11r$, V1UeIS

.f. Graham an in brass, copper and tin; cutlers and workers The Institution will be supplied with Chemical per term, 84. The above, .WIth Engluh Tallahassee; lil removed, evesy tktec ***

., .t -. y&itct rtITICT PRISTr of steel fo general; carpenters; briekmakers; and Philosophical Aparatas, and a well assorted Grammar Geography, per. term, 93.'The gress*and the ; S* fermeBtalhw; to ztmct aa*
workers fo ivory, bone, and horn; civil engineers, above, with the higher branches 'of an English safticto aMdicat vfatootoi
.K- and which be Classical Historical and Miscellaneous Library.
byidngbcpu'r, may Washington. tb5rl
: railway contractors and contractors for earth History
,embracing Algebra, Geometry,
$ considered one of itteitnot beautiful cpccimens ot N. is. Vocal Musio to all tie ckosiE-r *..14 IalQIMiC s4
tanght pupils J. if
work and of architects
masonry every ; natural, mental, and moral Philosophy,Botany -
presented Skit way,1ttsaidi ,t
*, 11 art ever byf; ny magazine publLhe r. and bridge builders builders, master masons and without charge. Rhetoric ;
suitable ; Chemistry, Geology Astronomy, : $ -
-p And also a new i a4 jncaltiful engraving -
bricklayers; ship builders, masters of vessels chip One-half terms of tuition are considered due in Logic and Evidences of Christianity per term, disease ,*
for of 5 S& rtd feubjcct, : *? ;
:.j carpenters, and others connected, with buildingvnd advance, or the whole at the middle of the term., $6. kachqurtertobepaldto the Treasurer, vrbr W* bear cose.aM an
? I.JBEARIKG TIP: IFTI jra TO THE TOD, docking ships; block and pump makers; hemp Scholar*from abroad can obtain board either in advance. -- jpp'h t MMB. sse.Itat' Ws
: &L cost dressers and rope makers; manufacturers of linen jThe Scholars will be under tho careful instruction : | iatk nraC -
prepswd expressly, snjd! a very heavy as a in the family of the Principal, or in private fami -
nod cotton fabrics manufacturers 1-YSPIPsLti4 LFZI A*
of :
Premium Gift tnfl enr to GraL m's ; spinning lies in the town. of an experienced Female.Teacher. ,
.1f.. Mapiiine. Or,itdesre4, we will furnish in lieu machines, roving machines, card breakers and R. W. PARRAMOREr President.- Provision heen.made. for instruction In Latin -RilZUMITI&$ .ZCOYVL&
finbhers, drawing frames, willows and pickers, French, Painting'and'Drawing, and Music, Sooth Carolina .an cur.sxzovs-ri p
t j4A of either of the aeiri4ts a complete set of our w. A. BRINSON; $ ,sad aU
etc. connected with cotton flax wool
machinery for which additional charges win bo made. Pennsylvania .
) ri mesaoUntportritaOJ3.; ; ; ealendcrers, bleachers and calico printers BUNTING, The first term commences oa.the 8tbof October ; 1,1350.: :OF THE BLOOD

i ; AMERICAN. HEEOtS' $IF THH LATE \VA* WITIZU. ; cloth folders and measurers, and persons interested S. B. THOMAS" next. ,.-. .,-,, ., v r-- ;- .! $Hou effleaeyM an
rtf Y ppco. fo rowing machinery; anchor and chain D. H. MAYS. .-" ....JlMiMMtonafor adiplmon...aretobemadGtOthe oee .*iditg.f4 Itt.l*
cable manufacturer toolmakers February M, 1350.Trustees. Committee of Dboction.J. .'" 13.P
; euttlog- and turning
bso 1ONi
roBar Tre ftr and
; For Firt Dcpits one yta .
t i and needle makers nail and rivet M. DANIEtl .
; pin ; ; SI.tMIad.SSI4
0 of either of UieP nts to each subscriber. kTT R1T :
copy makers bolt and screw-bolt makers nail cutters Dr. H.D.HOLLAND 4iI 1t ase .l W
; ; kodfpromotM
F For Ten ZJoWV* 'Fir Copiea for one and '
year Madison Male Academy AVING
ineson the 1'twtmas'ter coiners; leather dressers and carriers; manufacturers 1AM.REED, H a4 seal S'w---i
a copy of tho Mag f t4. or per of great guns and small arms; candle makers; Comm&tet of Direction* ; County : ,itlaxUf stxicQua o( she toon.
either of the above ?
> id -- """ '
farming theCph! :Kxerctket of this Institution Were - -? : -'
Lisenit and cracker makers lace makers ribbon -
; ; respectfully
: natfIterastoeaehsubscn1er. Tax ROT; L SWART, 50eaturer. tfr
on the Second Monday of January t'wxeetIe.e. se jseof
weavers stone cutters and
f For 'jDcttart, Ekven Copies for one ; masons;dyers, eiated with alt kind sad
; Jwetitf cloth washers and scourers cider and last under the' superintendence and direction of Jacksonville July 7,ISO."I a stgs
and a eopy.f v herj the Prints, or a set of ; coopers; t1Le&vi BE COMPLAINTS.
year. cheese manufacturers; crown, crystal, and plate Mr. B. Z. GAULDEN, late graduate of Columbia br ;
tbe :Portraits to zibersn1aeopyeftbe laWs' sPfu.r4ikuasfll ,
ta makers boilers with College. The firm will
Magazine to thePinia er or person rending the glass ; sugar and refiners, proprietors Teacher !derived from experience am a man,end deem nothing which relates to ,S.ppiwzseL si PI
of the Prints of sugar plantations; manufacturers o' capacity at man foreign to my feelings." Term of the +t the KentrwU p.rM&a. s
Clan, aco 4t1.C| larg e as anj
r. y trial the of the last just ,
and during quarter
; railway, bar, round, ribbon and rod iron; wheel year la curing all ihi 5JIaX4
,t tt &d&ionalpnu11 k axle, and spring makers; engine drivers and persons closed, as well as from the most ample and satisfactorytestimonials Tooth & Manheod.a .; of.the Eastern ';r4 .: '

*>o J v* I/lQ >-,* xr< \ rnce tf tftose forming connected with the locomotive generally; of former success,;the Trustees 1 A.V1G.OROUS.LIFE, Hamilton;; "ki ?ctIsai,and reuiadg the p.l

; CSTp&sth connecbpi;|tve th ctfierPublicationt engineers and captains of steam vessels;managers of this Academy unhesitatingly and recommend ? .OZA ., Court at !!iad stttajta.* waoaL 5
it the consideration of parents guardians ,
to PrcmaturcDeath. f-
of stationary lumber dealers and owners ------ -
:; will tend :f| K of saw mills; veueer cutters;owners planing machinery -. who may be desirous of placing those under their .* ,'"" Augustine., $ and deb LUty,
On* copy of the&tfgjjHasxtvening : and One of theSatnr'ottrDUlart. charge fo situation ;offering inducements will .niivm a STB* v rtrty oCctaov
corn and concocted with ;eceiv
re I'usL $for ; persens healthfullness of location and high moral and intellectual KINKELIN PRESERVATION.. t friteXM. Jfnrwtgi*, .tt J'JM**

r- a One-re1)oF1ars.of lie Magttjftvai: I Two of the Post for and bolting-persons and bran-separating using grain-uielling machinery and ;threshing farmers, culture inferior tone other in the Abuthern at this- : ,pJjr **Jconts.w i 5001114-Address -J. sn.the. uv.sensy.TWh&m- se.

Throe copies ofjtel zinc and Four of the machinery; huh workers, carvers, engravers,and country. Student* maybe prepared in the United TI1MBookjud published, is fined with useful Jacksonville. ; ath givea gos&
I. enter any College, :. -
Post for 2h 0cFoureepin ornament makers fo general; persons employed into .L information,on the infirmities and disease i tpor sad
4- .;lti of tltfnline and Two of the Post manufacturing of gas makers of copper and States. .-. of the'Generative Organs- 'It sddresees"Itself ( ib. .* cmaliM tk*
.' \ lead tubing; linen and straw paper makers ship The strictest'attention win be paid to the moral alike to YOUTH, MANHOOD'and OLD AGE M- a gnu wanilk4 tal4iaktl m
I. forTeDoUa.ftT{ harbor in of the students, both bv the Trustees To all who pejcpinthMreratiTM ; ps ail
: Sfx Ernies of the Mhgszi\ and Nine of the Post owners, masters, and is
located within
dredging machinery well sinkers; astronomers, and the.Tcacher.lTho Academy M carry prolonged indiscretion'
: :: *g rDrt7IJd14-sM. I philosophers, and others cuing philosophical apa- the immediate vicinity of.the village of MadIson to all who feel,the exhaustive.effects W sedentary Wrttat qswk pan

': -, ::- i.t :+! E TO'JTOWJ: : ; ratus and instruments; miners, engineers,, and Coart-Hoose >in or Bear which good boarding and baneful habits-to all who. fo addition to Circuit j the ; oo ptemtnentI ,

.? A -Th Post of wyf own;fo the Union,from others interested fo pumping engines; persons interested may bo obtained on most reasonable terms.! .The declining physical energy,are the victims of arvons Augustine jth '
fo canals and warehousemen- scholastic will be divided into two sessions of and mental and of imi i mrraiTHir- brn4 1.poe
which weshall rfrttjTrsl $number of sub- aqaedaets; year debility moping and metancherj. and Bt {
prose OLDDR'S.
;; b MCrahaMS| tfagauoe,'* during the and others using hydraulic presses, dynanometne UVv Jt. months .b;:,ASW fsVak> grit gftSgfOQ commeneedon .despondency. Dr. K,would say-. ,
ibat th.
Florida PAtTI.
year between tt t first** January, 1850, and the cranes, jock screws, common and feed cranes; the second Monday in January last,and will -
t irrt of JaouaryJl Sl j tU 4 Magazine to be mailed workers fo metals and alloys; tin plat workers; cod before the second Monday in Jane. Tbe second &EADTBiSBOOK either before. ATIflN.aa4 ,

; .: tojraeb Post OffjOfeiorje subscribers through it.) spring .manufacturers; wheelwrights, clock makers to commence.on the second Monday fo July ''Th valuable advice and mr seive'wariag tt 1-Annzies- E11 5POII.SW ,. ,
shall be/entHl4) to -.< foUnuaneeof tho whole and horologists,etc., etc., etc .,? and end on Friday before the second Monday fo gives, will prevent years of snisery and suffering,, ; a -
$ nmber subtcri *. : vlmtomilr,(ovens The publishers bare expended a. large sum o- December j thus allowing a short vacation at the and save annually Thousands of Live*... :- rMay,2J830; : *lilose flumsnm
year iu end of each session., Students wjH be required to ; Parents it will learn imain saber o.srsei
money to get original drawings of machinery ; ,reading how to prevent _
;. after the explratioajof jy> i year for which the eubaeriptions -, '
) shall ry bet paid. practical ns fo this country, and havo procured pay half the tuition for a session fo advance' and the destruction of their children ;v s osasu io'th

:. PJTho_ gagaxin 1i nothmed oo,'cither to almost every work oa the.subject, whether publisbed --, the balance at the,end of the.session.'. ----i J -*' "09 A remittance of 23 eeteneii fo a-letter 1.LS.iPH4 besasM 1Do *aiS&

'L tb i IUbSCIibers e 4 or to the agent through fo England Franco, or Germany, the most RATES -TVITIOL' addressed to DR.tKINKELIN,'NP W. eor- 'B ..i Iaiks.what -
.:. who* we1 may tevet.1 .order* for quantities essential part'of which being comprised fo this fleLef 'THIRD t UNION- tr* U; between -he4tb..t,. pePpId.j
Dictionary,render it as'perfect and compreben- Apmce&,Pfoe.PHILADELPHIA.wM i ; .
a&d lo Vhoo tbk pas or package* may bei1.isbonIdbebothIntbe- Orthography, Reading;sad'Penmanship, ensure a I ,sew
r rected*or to bo b>:|if. SITS as possible. The nabluhcrs have endeavored i-persession, V'iJ -._I '* .,! -. *** $SH book- ,under envelope,pep.returnof ,,, -' Vat .setIMi 515
ssmtrt teetsPi be.torn to use great'economy In type, so that each pageofibework Arithmetic Geography English ..fci Yba$ aredaise aa
I wn, s ,/ / least four times the Grammar : -- osbo skia, $SSI5.1
a. : czlPode 4i"w
.: a t : .- tJFebtll.." Ck- nut Philadelphia.. This las also 'secured to each, plate working-! I Algebra TrignomeLr7i4episumlion j Geometry retain and of Spherical Surfaces, this city-have rendered Vr.thenzost'and nearufo, expertandsnecetsfulpracUtionerfar the -. ,- k aii4 XMraat It towkttk
dra wings t>f ample site and cesnrees.o that a mechanic ETUIlNS
Do' Of'Solids ,
,4th. .
Sarveying. avigation ody.aos meisis...
treatment of au diseases of a nature. *
.3It may construct accurately any.machine dewtrYTiAf t&f private B % ti t**I isSI4IaWhIOb
,Conic Sfcetlona,Diflw* and Integral'I .
'' Persons with uloers
; 1850. ""- J **" ** **" afflicted upon tao body throat ,to this

;- -. The'publishers ore, In shorf, detennmed )rogsrdless'of Astronomy Caiculnsalara1anMorl.Pbilo.o1ihy.Cbenlistry; Botany, Miuer-, .cilegsjpsIn.Intbe hes4.orbones.merur1ai* frienbad the $. **. Siulls np wIs 15
mathDnL-e1MpodqGu7lgs-hsr. cost, to make the work as eompjet*a 'ale beurnamstr1ctnre"grave1, 4iseaMarfsfiig .flpsiuC1M-
4 : frora yonthfal exeosscs impurities,oftho*blood
possible ;and it is hoped'eregtLonsCdMwev* to ,
I men $ of Criticism Netum! Tbeei ? :
MontUif9.viTSSfPHMi whereby eonstitutkn jhs*Aeoomo enfbchIe '
obtain the work-willprocnfeTt as'issued fo nom- Politicaf ,
'Evldenees'ofChrlslfanltyV nt '
t. Nsi9tbe: ,,rR.Hm&thus the enterprise, J>. 'Mt" ?r'' r all 4reatew1Ibaeoeost a2w&. -
.' *; encourage ? 1 Economy-- '-' .- <, fcfei \_. 'v tftO "- -- 1w
i* *i .& Li 116 mor'thn' *nan41i3saore-tnii the '7h&workirlfl be issued fa'semwnonthly nmni- The Ancient Languages, ,* .- ffldi Uowh pTiic""conM hicuKtlfizziticr' cart fDr.anay .- whichJietr *t
I ctbv1'b31t46piiiIy,' He gve231 en- ben,commencing fo January;'1850,and wJQ pro* to hi.honor ae'm$ eat1hcgont, -
rere .twenty colored,and gross with'great regularity. '" ."""* % .;- i .tR. W..PARRAb1OREte, men; andeonideatyrelynpo his skill as avhYtt. AIS
eh iifl&.tmore than Tbe whole work, will be published in 40nnmbcrs -' : -W ABt1NQN cian. < 93T'VWnih 3OCK / Ladia '

da*sad mor ua we other. ,at 25 cents per number and completed within ; '. r irUNTlN1J,' Persons at a distance may address Dr. SLTIONf faab d said pspksedo
-'s L4zdJT4JJI9I*1r:1600 s surpass th the current year,ISO. A liberal discount will I '- THOtAS'' by letter (poet-paid,) and be enret at home. >m ko t4 deal toi aafaffttlviMl*. I
and exrwd* 1 jmagazines,past,present, betnedotoagents.I- : -" i4,. -- -D.H.MAYSebrua14,1Sj '- P4W1iAGEV ma1.RqtheJ
''* 'Any ouo'remitting rthepnblishers"5lOfo; advance ? : 4 ,&Ltorwsrdedb7seodM 5 remittance 1*tbesarae saiI4 isg em
a M mce pd.. shali receive the work 'through th-post .- -- 44L smdjmt up secure from from DAMAGE OR>CU(5BookselIerf arp 4 )
pottatI ; 1--- e,
BJu.S1Ty.jrr'r s1U.
I office free ofexpense.; ---. --. --- jrT Yn may l ** *( T
rzenquxi., Ma.rch14, : 61;j; _Ix1--' :.,A.,3Li2zAxE'r----- -- (( News Agents, Pedlars,.Can. elMmd, and pn M'b' -

or,tingle Subscriber, vaRsersaod aB others/supplled'icIt ; tho abovo an& ; .
cho4 rt lent DllUGS, CHEMICALS. 'f ffliKES this method to aontmnco ( 'thpab- work at very low rmlefc's* 'u'l* ". *""**" *"' metpptLYd .
m iJ Engravings. '* .
.- a : j -Aida; that showlll kee*open her *r'J ': -'*-- 4;' V .
I 'i idollars, with two House dorfor the winter-i for tho-' : '- S hr. I. su
; any recepft. __
,- 4- .tA.L7wIntr roamates"eatb TO- -pnrsiciAjrg. ,JII4IICIJL.T1t DRUGGISTS,.ASD"COC1TTHT Boarders and for toe accommodation of strae.r. Lb. irn4ie. _tnia_ _
-; : or traveller generally Grateful for the Yryib- -1 .J reoeption and 4oi.5
: hItcatr.- zN.kEE1Ew; I *! .4 ?
p4 'America ; aOse oral patronage hitherto extended-taibr8he win ,j
-- Oui4dby 1Wbt4p GTslorsad.Ol4 ., fully solicit.attention,to their flesh took of spare no..efforts',.$ ;gve!satisfaction to aB. Her .tCharloWv- _
$$ ibe Rev, John Wesley;", English; French;German, and'American Druzs, house U commodious, and,situated to>pleasant Putnam trbatb6enJl.sr4a1.-1st Judge Probate of > ..i ; i.j 'j_; ; : : ** r
1 "Do. 4j Co-iabor b* Rev,John Fletcher." Medicines, Chemicals: Paints, Oil, JoSp part/of the to wni- :i. ." .,".""**yL EM tboimblio '
know that ho revoked
tbe last two, agf tparato'engravings, we Glassware;;Perfumery Patent MedJcliw, t ._ J& nville.0ctil,18; ; a tettex of attorney en.
eou r.ionly or in. Having opened Wew Store,No.2W Market st j coated by him to me, relating,tof somelands fo BOWLING
ej-cl with: ,,fully supply, of FresV: the Arredondo Grant fo which webavsajos l tg
larsvandacy two ot th* > Drugs.and,Medi MAiOI4IABOUsE : ssPJise
; ; iirtersL 1 havo not ntho.jujtrjrnent siac J I Ti
: I n b'th "'Slirv' ,we rtspectfujlr solicit country dealers to ex .. sHKw' 11
t; -I irive sopts (of and an itra copy of amine';ottr stock* before:purchasing: elsewhere, toTiropsiiats* leftbomktn4.gasl.1 nor1 bavo.l acted under ft : $ *$ !. se.smse _
and sell
-4; Certainly'did not com to California to sum
4fjIfliwefl I
Book, and ry promising,one and;all who may feel,disposed to ,
j Uj* parsoa seodlaglbelr
Cleven copies far two 7 noDarij and *trath Drags and-Medicines,on liberal terms as any < > Grant., loa*hoped that at thipdttai**I should iAuJrr,!au4' 'a : vs': .s.j4
: of jrofthefHooltf ; other house .In the city, and to faithfully execute uEdeTJOPstbOroughrepaIr.anaf1nowrcopen neither hear of that Grant or j certain;of its distinguished ment.has. boon I-,- t

I Ib +riw* r id1egthsCli&b ,, all orders us, prompt&ysn4wLtho.P.bJotthi .1 "" apany,?. a : Jtlafi' li? safttguests. thought proprietors.But taremtodine as Mr. Brush:hai JIaa. Sf
Apy poaoa- : dollar ia. adraneo K .rv- '' 'ifr* t '-TheweU--eatoe4repntsUon wb1obtbI,RO proper ofthnt-ya3ubJ I !
2 IP! t ? Ir.dlD interest win bo *o aa.not to son 5i sts- *
for I proprietors .being, >!r-
I will fee tntiUed tofog.aa4oot 'a regular Physi. pr tion offU to wUaVA-wiarJointly-.intertste: lias been : aa4a.
-- t.t %ZV
t : clan, affords ample .guarantee-,of the u.
genuine $ withottt ny eoosoal. and fearing,that xay fortune M t _
More Liberal quality of all articles sold at their,establiniaieQt; m ;ith0i'10
-1 -. flE iJerz i W* respectfully invito Druggists'and' country'Merchants .,- Invalids, traveUers'and others -win fine tIghtsugorIn hia haadsvr the publio w91 vCtrealt bo oa
c. their guard, and proteeUt from Baeri ee .
,c4" j 4 -.7- ? U lwI tvcleiotjb. who'rasy wishtlto Moom Agents for this bouse desirable. lti1Bituatedfr.c1DgAeaeuthrwirou -
;; ) U4&sup7t1Therifii Dr feeler's Celebrated Family Medicines" with (Urk iniras, 175 feet-Joagi4 27-tf GRG0RyyAtZLths *:

_1.1bO $agn1e4; p t *et o .bubN <(standard and popular remedies,)forward their to t mftianij dr: nxw h /l>a Oeort for Dyad

Lddrts t** .ya" i SSltev- a'i ;rworiatel& sf looms arc ellgil4'-sltoated',large ; EastessC1nu1tnt
Soliciting! the patronage of Dealers, we rapaet*. building zture8 1 *
*" W todntat
% torfaiwwVfi -
Jemta -
& :. lsl ejp y-fbr.toporpos at;> i **? jjfo5 r Grishapaw5 -- --

: ,* -'-, JYbZeaiZs DgsNoSS4Mara qZ rMrtth4s rrfPv s -- ; --
seats roprtstnsMrI.D&* '_ ;
Msaresnhuape isMjraMi'S i *- *u.of
; troalung *h315StbherexerUojz will bi rtd i

i'I44imLatsuto1,'$ iotLcsL fl1pLl1f. Is?* ,

: : o "; --"*, JFRiJaifiRfp sI Ern41 nij MpOwtBl
Rfr'wowiBts' aad Toucaew'to the Jlooorftblethe"' W'AiflWib CfttaStT *
adgbtabat1oDual Coantr forfj flcal: ; __iL LlL L L -iL.aJ.1 Tft.ff.f'tJkn fff l'amps Day,in thS&nth5nCIrORttoftbis tg&,A ,

111 $ 0dPod 2C thaaean4gre'ir W metnd discharge frmm1SIt1Q r4J s .fOamottoa of JUDormattEsa.K> ,Ibrft*
ici of bestatsofJaaep-1s'; ; 4eo&sed $$& 1.1 sP4:1CQnP1C15CJ eomante.i|Izgcdseedthat, iat&Gas
Lie4brw%. N nrYlftrflne1grY' & 4J4L4 and answer the coapl laaot* bflI'fA

( htr hundred dollars *an )'JORCKgLE isloihali hi tka pro eofeA I __- ,--- 5_ I-.-- I15
4 ( **
; II (o togrwmsisoaaf iiosndOd, Whltey? $ HlPEb ; Is ? \ v*
Lnw *. .*
hlaad f e Taylor prints, .r L d Lb. &tutO In inch csseinad6M4"pro's4ea _& J"Bjrr
is gravft4, original paintfng;at a 3 January8,1850 (SIned,) 'THO8.POUGIts- tm mTLfl.h-D Trzax
jul7 11-lsw2m, Inks, bc. &e.

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