The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: August 25, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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and the unequalled richness ,and but the lrneawereno-ob.' tempt himin safety of the Island ;
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87: All religious notices will be inserted rrtal. a year ale exacted by the Government fearfully slashed, showed that- the or destroyed.;" discouraged. ll begged'-the.Consul Wgive,himfa' passport I

... 11.11.nr. from some three hundred thou strength of arm of'which the rebels' had. J'! .. : ,under"the :assumed namepf:redru ..

:: AU communications mast be addressed toAoocrrci sand people. And what a Government received proofs was:not-diminished'in. The iv AdmJnf..-.traii-.*n-Ab.liiJoa.*Officer ;Mnrgary, 'Romeo,:resolving to 'conceal .

: C. .GILLETT. -.ug. poti.iff The despotism of Russia and Turkey the ranks of the Walmoden cuirassiers.. ., The following from the Jfew Thrb. bis;intended're totCuba.:: and to f mDarK : _

:- All adnutuble personal communications wil)- is beneficence itself-compared to it.- Their attack was' seconded by that of Hcnddr whrch boastsrof'Having: een- secretlyfearinglest; his accomplices

be charged.sdf ertiiements.jjy Should a people so situated rise to vindicate : the Kaiser regiment of dragoons." Only I Gen. Taylor's! ,first: and.'::most efcientsupporter s "should endeavor to prevent it by violence

AH bill*for Job Printing mast be paid on the their rights, and draw their one hundred 'and eighty prisoners : ,.and of being ,uow:' his best. or other criminal means. And thus he 1 --

dflireryoflhework.By swords for independence, there is nota were taken, (or the cavalry, exasperated, I friend,,will give our readers some jdea effected his escape. '* .-

-- heart in the broad South, not a friendto by the barbarities of the enemy, gave' I of,the,dissatisfaction i which. is springing -' W e.have reason'to'know 'that the -,.

the President of the United Staie.A her institutions, but will- burn with little quarter. Perczel's corps sufferedon I'up against: the, course,of his administra Government: now J engaged in ascertaining s

PROCLAMATION.There sympathetic ardor in their cause. President the whole loss.of 1.100 men! It : tion. It:will:also show".what;cause the the facts of th.iscaseABswer "- '-s" ,

Taylor forth his Proclamations fell back its entrenchments ,Neu .:,South has to M VHVM i mBl i MMMi lMBM M* W *,l *" "
is reason to believe that an i may put on, '-at complain of the present'arrangement .
armed expedition is about to be fittedoat and use or abuse his high office sat; and our pursuit ceased. _The band I ,of. :things. Speaking, of ,the i The Federal This! ..J. -

in the United States .with the intention to truckle to Northern fanaticism, 9th we -remained 'in position' between ,Department," : of the Interior,' its great ; ._'J* ,,.Whigs- -- have much to-
to invade the Island of Cuba, or and to repress any generous sympathy, Katsch'and J sephsd rf. --The powerand influence,' the Herald pro, say "coalitions" between, Nor- .
efficient .in the of but ceeds thus thera and Free Soilers.-Let -
of the Provinces of Mexicothe or more support shape troops were scantily provided with :

best orne information which. the Executive men and bayonets, to aid in such a struggle bread and.'wine, and sufl'eredmuch.-; "Now to whose hands has the management .them..say.Millard Fillmore is iota .

bis been able to obtain points to the Island but his edicts will be in vain. He The headquanersoftheBanwereat, the of this new'Department with Free Soiler 1 If. so,,and there is,no paper .

of Cuba as the object to this expedition. will have to establish here a tyranny as Kovil Convent. The walls al',his famous all its tremendous influence, been ,con .with ,the slightest,respect;for, truth .
It is the duty of this Government despotic as that which exists in .Cuba, building are all that remain. 1 fided Whyin-the hands of Mr. Ewing; ': will deny,it, was not the anion of '

to observe the faith of treaties, before he can hinder an American citizen must relate what I saw there. On the of Ohio, one.of the most rabid and.energetic 'tbe his: ,'name Presidential with that of Gen. Taylor on '

and prevent any aggression by our citizens from going where he pleases'to pavement of its church lay the em of the abolitionists i of,the North ticker, a coalition. .

upon the territories of friendly fight for an oppressed people against balmed body of a saint torn from its "Is it to be wondered at that this arrangement ,, Whigism which is and Wilmot Provisoism, ..
their Thousands of our In the well of the should excite only another name for Free
iia tiOflS. I have, therefore, thought it oppressors. grave. _courtyardfloated the jealousy, :Soilisrn Is
necessary and proper to issue this proclamation gallant sons will go to that glorious island three bodies of monks', who had, the alarm, the pposi'tionof} ? the .Southern :: of.the House not Mr. Winthrop, Speaker '
it fronfSpanishor Negro I been thrown in alive. i sections of the"; Wilmot Proviso '
to warn all citizens of the U. i to rescue as imagine, ioii1 Here we that .
States who shall connect themselveswith domination if called on by the people of To the half-burnt door of a cell was have a man whose fierce partisanship is man is, a Free Soiler 1 If so-was

an enterprise so grossly in violation Cuba. They will not allow this garden ,nailed the body of:a young girl) with well known, and whose hostility to the not his election;office' to that high' and res

of our laws and treaty obligations, 3pOt of the world-this Key of the the head downwards, ; and yet among -domestic institutions of the South has which ponsible those by1 Whig' t*s, amomr

that they will hereby subject themselves Gulf of l\fexico-this gate of the Mississippi the bands who perpetrated euchdeeds e4.his'chief. stock in trade, placed ,her from were Tennessee of'every Whig,mem-_ : V

to heavy penalties denounced river-more important to the as these, we see continually,as we drive in a position where be is enabled 'to a coalition be i
agtinst; them by our Acts of Congress, I South, and the great Valley of the them before us, the student's, bat with wield a vast amount of the -patronage tween Whiggeiy and Free Soil 7

and will forfeit their claim to the 'West, than all the Middle States, and the German colors !I", of the general government j so as,to 'further -' Are not Messrs. John M...Clayton! :.

No such protection Northern to boot-to. fall under any the views ofthe faction at the North Secretary of State Mr. ,Mendith;J5eicretary J

ofibeircountry.the interference perIODS of control inimical their interests. In What KOSsuth thinks of 'raDce. with which he has been accustomed to i, of the Treasury; ,Mr. Cblla- ,
must ,
this Government expect in form on their despite to the Buffalo platronn, which THE HUNGARIANS.The, following act. Is this ,calculated J to attract the mar, 'Postmaster General, and MrEw.
behalf, no matter to any what extremitiesthey Mr.: Webster asserts -to the genuine portion of a J letter from Hungary, dated confidenca and support,of the, people of n'g,Secretary the of the,Home Department" ,

may be reduced in consequence \V higgery, declaring that no more Slave Pesth, July 1st, will be read with, inter- ,th. South,or of the citizens of the Northern occupying in the Cabinet most imporfcmt olEces ;
States shall be added to this Union they portions of Union Provisoists or Free Soilers j.
our who 'are
of their conduct. An enterprise to invade est : l 1 If .
so their .
will placanother' star in our flag, among I free from the fanaticism of the which was not appointment '
the territories of a friendly nation I send, the the wife a coalition between ,
you present ,
Whiggery :
all and under Free
foot and the brighest of them seeks; the mask of a superfine philanthropy .
set on prosecuted withinthe of a trader of Vienna, who is about to Soil'V
limits of the United Mates, i is in the make it there to shine forever. The join fier husband, and who, thanks to to engross the political powerof Is riot Mr Webster aFr Soiler :.. L.
frowns of a weak, and already prostrated this great community free-men 1- T- '
highest degree criminal, as tending to her German with Is not Mr. '
administration-the opposition of origin, may perhaps Again, as if to 'give additional point to I Seward ;Free 'Soiler .:7. '
the and
endanger peace compromise Southern traitors in of impunity pass the hedge, of bayonets' these considerations-as notMr.Corwm a Free Soiler In fact
or out Congressthe if to infuse ij
the honor of this nation and
; therefore, that separate us from Europe. I take' j is.uot eveyleadngWhi.polhjjeve7'31 _
I exhort all citizens cries of Northern aspirants to more vendth1nhie sting-:"we .see the .
good as they re- this opportunity of warning not to Whig at the
by a Northern predominance, or you Post Office ,Department placed press !North aid.
gnrd our national reputation, as they power believe the accounts which'may reach under Northwest Free Soil advocates 1 -
I of furious fanatics poisoned, like the control another abolitionist Mr. Col- And
their; I -
select: own and the laws you from the seat of war in Hungary. is not Henry Clayand Cassius M.
rattlesnake in August. by their own lamer, Vermont. We know not Clay. : .
of nations, ai they value the blest-ings You know that for a moment our country what by; in the South, Free Soil :'
.of .and the venom, will not avert the onward 'process microscopic investigation ,
peace welfare Qf their is oasis of bathed It requires
country an liberty, by a it a: conscience of Indian
march of: events. Cuba will be a part was ascertained that the :' r

t to discountenance and desert of and that the personage ber and fade of
prevent by oppression ; na a brass, for the
and of whom hud Whigs ,
:al! lawful of these Southern States- of these nobody ever heard, ex
means, any such enterpl ise. ture of events in our land is at,the'mercy who have supported; Millard Fillmore
And I call United States. But we forbear specu- cept unfortunate reporters or doorkeep : :.
upon every officer of this of our enemies. So, time and are now in full
every you fellowship
Government lating a subject, on which we-fear ers in Congress, was exactly the with:Seward .
upon .most
civil ;
or military, to use all hear of victories gained either by the and Corwin and
Administration is fitting human and -
t efforts in his only speculating.We being to place in charge : ,
power to arrest (or trial Austrians or Russians examine the:story Collamer to talk '
of the Post Office of,.coalitions,between
and hope the whole is not the puffingof arrangements of the '
:p'lIJisbment such offender twice and recollect that is the Northern Democrats
every a retreat United States. and Barnbur. '
broken bellows to fill its But do know
we that
a flagging -
the taws
against ( providing for the performance not always a defeat, and that if we eva the Postmaster ners.-.N.ashviUe Union "-'-' .
and sails with Northern breezes. General has
flapping already .. .
of our sacred Pesth little ''t
obligations to cuate a use to us I m
i in .
.-Mercury. giving us abundant '
friendly powers. in an administrative or Curious :,
strategetic point; Factl.-AJvriter
of his iD the Boston
Green under my hand, the 11th day of Hungary of view the Hungarian cause ,is not an abolitionist utter incompetency.as have said He, .too, i is .Medical Journal states .the, follow- I
we and he
: :
August, in the year of sur Lord, one HORRID SCENES IN THE HUNGARIAN WAR. lost.'j'j< has turned out'almost Postmaster ing facts, which he says have been col '
thousand eight hundred ,and forty- We no longer count on the aid of in the every : lected from authentic statistics; .

nine, and seventy-fourth year of the The following extract of a letter froman France in our supreme struggle' with that the country.whole department The consequence is in is, 1. That the, longevity:,of the,:pure,Af : A::

)j Independence of the United States. officer in the_army of South Hungary despotism. When the French Republic of most beautiful confusion. almost a state rican is greater than that of the
7, By the President: Z. TAVLOK. translated from the "Jlllgemeine is spoken of to Kossutb, he says, that to which the Post Office; *Wash equalto tants of.any other portion of the globe: 1.r
I.M. CLAYTON, Secretary of State. of with a smile of pity, 'Let us leave old has '. 2. That Mulattoes, i. e. those I' :::4,
Zcitung" gives a startling account ington duced, in consequence J.r :of #
men to die in peace, and ask' not from of. parents one being African and,die: ;
The Presld. the savage manner in which the war in being engaged In. making repairs. : ,
Dt's Proclamation. dotage what we can only expect from er, Caucasian or, white ;
,, are
Complaints in
from decidedly
all '
Oar, readers roublless Hungary is carried on : lit the pour upon us the a ,.
have read meantime this shortest lived
youth. aston quarters ,in relation to the of any class of the hu .
t Proclamation of President Taylor "At the end of April, when the army ishing man displayaan energy of which manner in which thebusinessof'corCs bungling man race. ** ; :. :'.:

: against supposed movements in the (T. of the Ban (Jellachich) separated itself 1 can scarcely give you an idea. Despite of'the country post offices is 3. That. Mulattoes. are. no more_ ,, liable__:. 1 A: .
: States to aid the Cubans to throw off from the rest of the imperial forces, he his precarious state of health,,he ducied. ; now con i to :die under' :the age. of r 25-than the ."

*ta tyranny under which they groan, received instructions to form it into an does prodigiea of activity. Seated :ona Here then, we have clue the whites (blacks between those 'age1 i :.. 3

., tida DO little surprise. If such a Pro.tfltjOfl army of the south by a junction with I country .car, with his wife and child furious opposition'' which a to manifest from 40 to 56/60 to 1-:and 'from to '55 ;
had the divisions of and Puchner at his side he the calling begins to to 170 ,100 p
appeared, forbidding the : Nugent crosses country, itself against the administration. to :J. %
Canadians in their scheme of onnexa- General Knicanin. Events, however, to the whole nation that burning of the has been patronage 'deposited pie of color in the,United Stales is more pep- .

.. tioatothe United States, there would i only enabled the Ban to effect this ardour which beams round his immortal in the government,bands or-men' who 'altogether I. than 100'per,cent, greater than, ; that! eof J l

b'e been no cause for wonder ; for junction with a few of the Servians, ,, face.. Sometimes he arrives in the are" the slaves'L,. '- -a- .
sectional in their views and feelings ., .
te do not doubt the truth of the assert and a portion of Nugent's corps. We camp of his warriors, where, thanks to It is not' surprising_ that.the' Southshould 5. That those'of- unmixed r African*".1-exs.. .

3t r t ; that the chief agitators of that moved forward on the 5th, and found the inconvenience of every, popular war, 'i ,feel indignant under.,these circumstances. traction ,iD, the.-."free .States" are'' ot i '
f themeor rebellion against one of the the Csaikisted circle, hitherto occupied want of provisions and amunition drag1 That more, liable to :sickness" or '-
portion of the union premature'! : :
r, adest and most beneficent Govern- by the enemy, abandcned by tnern.I .-' discouragement in :their train* .:.Thenhe beholds with,great alarm 'not :unmixed J death than the whites o-thelrra-rik'and *4

j i'lIentl, ate from the United_ Slates j- hey: had retired upon Neu<z ; but rises' on his car and speaks, and at. with i indignation,-,the dispensation, of condition
\\iJst Pst experience proves that there in whnt a condition had they left the' the departure of the 'dictator, the soldiers I large amount_ of the patronage of the a: ing:mortality.so manifeamong t ho fre'peopIe

.'. :LtbOlllands ready to co-operate all country-these worthy descendants have forgotten' their misery'flndlfatigue !,government, by:parsonages geneeral ; of! color, IS In every community! .
tIgour Northern frontier to force Auilla / The country. once so fruitful, ; they ire full of 'enthusi-um, hostile the'views. feelings\ ,of:the, and! section, ( the country invariably 4 :

result by the sword. Or if ex was a waste, and its once flourishing and ready to fight d conquer were it South." rh ': :" wholesaleremovals ,; 'confined- 'to-tliemQJ" : ttoe... .* *'!:*!? *&(
against -
t Pt lt.onl' to Hungary had been denoun- abodesin ashes. No idea can, be form- only to give repose to Louis Kossuth, from! outcry office has 'been .' .... -.'ff' 1 : .
alto -
"bia would have some ground of ed of the desolation from deScfiption.V .- and his I family. I. "-*/ _'' '*' gether. without; excuse or not without :0' Trick ofthe, rY e:-0ne: of,-our:I : : s

;Ii&C&t Qo from movements openly \ her a wall or a roof had withstoodthe I 44,He is admirably seconded' by his vocations i ,' .,*"pro w" -Arkansas exchabs'conjajns. ,* jfngu. I

( rein many of our Northern cities.lftn .- flames, force had been applicd toI lieutenants. Georgy,: wounded slightly ,,, I{"-!''- t"1f; F' <_<$1"_i _,In,,,- 'j.. Jar :bl.u e ,: jJ8fd' ti1";tw rk: (. 1.

.. "-,: and where has there been complete the ruin.' The few wells in"the>,arm duiiog) the. lastbattle; { I: TAe'.I111ig d.J1hdu ti'7l. Ti e1 ilo\v careleucornpositor. "An anicletMiMitttppi -on 'thel .4- .; 0

'f demonstration on the part of our i which suppled this ,dry district with proves,that /evolutions' canjonly;be.ac-, )jngparagrapbrtaken from the',Washington .' brfi wofth: ?

?ns toaid in revolutionizing Cuba 1 drinkable water were filled with corpses com-pi i shed by young and new mep.- "topiiblicf'&vt s'qujtef a;':d aei nt f P l1 ad-"The: Inundated PJiitatS i $* :
?* : '
t i C,- lDontrationa to aiJ the Cana- find loathsome.. filth. The inhabitants K'nowJ -dgearid *experience J ever give version of the circumsiances under which wa s capt n :" '{ Dndtted/PantQe.". -

I P f: 5:t and Hungarians "are passed by had been massacred or Corced'o join: way before'youth; arid-in!!e very;>natiou-' : Rey,went 1,0 flvitr mwhat .would l00lUt". : ; 'S !'e'tliej; )lif hU'JiPt 011 i1' '

n u d J but suppositious, certainly the Honved l levies. In ibis artificial i al movement the' error* of;'ardour are naturally/, ,inferred t. far ,as''the Crttcait.-.1.- ,- .' ',. :; ;: : ". '._"";r :

F M:!'Lbe. manifestations by our CUI'fj" desert'our' 'army .was"obliged.to remain belter_ 1LkanthQs6; ;calculation.
: to'ad the Cubans, are forthwith some days. The heat was at times t to' binski i whose. force, .i is,scattered-along': if:this-statement z :.be :'correct.-.i. '. interfer.. York: frbCrMatbewtaned' J toni.:r4'e w' : ; i

)e ;. *.nk:... of denunciation! by this. 4-2 cegrees Reaumur, and this withoutthe 'the frontiers of Galicia, IS trying..."todraw ,!flCCPft.: -:".thepart! ; ott ourj Government' return.forRston'to New on'Monday ,He' ;wilL.. ;

i7.1.tbern Administration. Al- i ,shelter of a tree or.a, roof, withouta ';:Taskiewitz i iuWthetlcountryiYou i will. ,,of,course.,be :.unnecessary,(and:'the and'aCJ York-faa: :aonili 'orso: # I

rls.Izl this city there has'transpir-, draught of ther water than that of'the I know this, "general,' who "';aiiied;. prosecution of the case against i tthie'nk : inis J r&he'.pJ g J : me: m.1;' xi i

3e ,i jrng to justify the Proclamation neighboring swamps Many fell dead every; rankin- :*h- :Frencb:afmy.f'il His:, sul,be'discontinued::_:Vv;-"ii:::t.t ;; .mdioursbalJ.1.j' The.crowds'on Sap l :

:', 'tden t Taylor, and it looks, there- by "tOUp'de,soleil." The:cholera. also I d retfl!*f-rv-or pr'T"en _SiTTr"T- *
: ,.Itw that the of 000 meo whom annihilate i the i&'mIdi) :: ai et .aDaVojd f) i i p i tea...:.. *
the Southern election began its ravages. On morning d''" '. "* Jti 'to J V *i ., 'tba<< Spanish Consul H J I }: f i 2* 4 -
:1eI Yc'y like a small I effort to gain the 7tb, Perczel's! corps broke out unexpectedly Muscovite empire.; His dream is rea- New.Orlean1nregar&tbtb; aUep1' "the,,pe %e: m:*i ita :

"arItyt. the North, whither he is from its. entrenched camp: iited'r:and, though. .nfar-olTcny -reasoi.1 {abduction}:p f:Joan Francisco'Rey4.aJuan / !poo-New2rl' Ac\>>rooklya-tor nttiirSO:ttimtereji < i .
a pod
< !I ,:'on:bis tour,- we. sincerely, near N usatz, passed.. Roman.levies_ ,' ingr.. J aee.. .bsar'h\-it taiohe'Mttle' : Garcia.as follows'i v Juan Garcia ', ; it :1 ," fonnighL. IVWOT, '\ .. .; ?3"t l ,, .

: j ii'GOd eround tor thIs' and attadced our po jtion'near,Kttfch.: i'p iDipj 'f& victory i HaIB undefkceper of the prison! !ii;Havana ScoIdiDg is the pepper of'M' > 1

tU i Binary\ proceeding. *J .er' I While they occupied tbcmf elvci in their I cftved, and tho.. ?pli.h general wW deserted his r1t, takin*with Jum the ladies are the matrimony. :
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$:tJf 4; .dI88 War in Tesa.t WaralBB'...., .,Jfhe JElrofpccMlofH.9gM 'H -'., N. E W. \L_ R_ 'dl tJEiffl. fn"'t 1tf. .t-- .lift.I .
\ '*\I",' J. .. ttj '1 1 '' '''-t'& I'or'''''If .'''aU'r ''' '<'$'' The Washington Republic has private letters : :. ". ', .-. -, -, . : .Xantippe>*ifor dbingfchis'duty and exprei1ngtbe The fttlo-ngjs the 1'ea&tt' ,'tu .

r i .ttr.'j" : r: "The TVzuoi newspaper gives 'an appalling from Warsaw to the middle of the*past/monthr viwjOf his fellow ciUzensI ;ron,.9f. h1erecenttate. electiona:.- .II .
J which idea of .
k ''' .A.f ; account cth.attocit1eofShTfldiaflflP' give a more th chafaeter 'Sj ,. !T.Itt'A.The. CoD
if1. the of 'srlzich are of the war nowjrag&aby the Austrian and Weaniardllyexpress: out indignationatthib.kaTfed'act !
fr, authority CapkLewfc, represented gation will stud u in the dt1t.
7. acted ,that hasoc&rred in Texas Russian Emperors on-Hongary than any account ll CoD '
rl 't :l to anything : of the new ad- Democrats
.;.:{ : : for the toil ten years' The ichoh country border- which hsb yetteached us. Republic ; CSW1iJp7heDemo&jjj

;? .rp .t'f ingon the'eastern side of the Rio Grande, from says : ministration., _Itjs.jndjcative a fatuity hara Yeuable, John R J Daniel, and .
"Vast supplies were daily being sent. from c. =- i. ,
Laredo to within fifteen miles of Ashe. The
\filt'tf': f Brownsville, -t i in the councils at Washington \Vblgs TLCKngnFCaldwell
Warsaw to the and it was evident no
r..t t 10 is represented as one general scene of desolation army, JACKSOJjVILLEiAUGUST 2f 1849.
-1 ) b it: end ruin- the heart sickens At the description. steps would "neglected to reduce the Hungarians I- which rivals Bedlam, and would cast A H Shepparf, Tlvid Outla. "

fP4..t ) ; f'b "AU inhabitants have been forced to fly to submission. All admit the horror it of DESIOCBATIC CONVENTION.At ''. 1'1 heHo' i g'(FooJa"; into the shade. Edward. Stanley' by. 56# majority. '-a.
the the atrocious manner in which is *'
from their houses to the western bank of ware Kinu T."T&e''
across *
&$ 'Congressional1ihTthirState
i:-4 ; 1.A".1'.q S the Rio Grande. Many hare swam the river conducted, and the great.do/ub its success; Convention tbd Democratic; r ppars then, tha\ Governmentceablyy.iCpossibleTandif will also defe._

v .-{rt i with their clothes tied upon their heads, while The Russians with dismay that theyhave: "ters of.Diival county j-ii ed'to.meet. iieR1i ft"' l {: bb-i (f i d. gvwfiemocratsar&LinnBoyd,- --stand-- aaln.the
; '
4:4: !t q 'r- : their wives and children have been dragged.into to anticipate nothing but-the -oeSsiOflfiwildenesstbe ? : .the ; ..1 .- :.? t : :;s- Democrats'and.8 m
; in 8tt
JackwnVillfeSatnrday; l lb .j; .
r.J.1 t .i to captivity.bythe relentless foe." Hungarians-destroying everydistrict Jdayor "'- : .J ".....R.-, .c.. ,brernoed.pca # U A4caJdelI
;r :; exhibition which the of as they leave it, and poisoning every Septembernext: fortie purpose "Mason ,and B c
V. \ :: Here is an to people ,.that isJm- U Stanto, n.
: fountain. ; :
heneighbor- 1 W
The. yznpathie3.9fal1 : !) : ): I ; : WhIp
Irt; ,f! ; ;:;: Florida, as well as their State authorities,. yllr.t'&rf. .ing 'nations ire with the heroic, soldiers of of ,nominating, cpndwatesfpr.! ,: Sherinr! practicable they are tobemade war upon 'Johnson F-E McLean,J DThompaon &rill

;;. rt I 'W". be well referred for naming in the presentkm.t' Kossuth ; and the Emperor Russia'evidently' -Clerk) of the CircaitCourt,:and ountyCommissioners. .. in the ratio tffoor soldiers to H MarshalL(53( majority) and C 8 MoW2
; regular
did.not anticipate such awar as he meets "with.
It force ofU. IzinlaNA-Fromthjs
1j is.knowzithatalarge *
J State
emergency. WiiwS.
: ."' It is ;*r *UV f' '' the
earnestly recommended :
: : ., 1: States troops js stationed in Texas for the There are,sixty thousand Hungarians in Cpmorn -- oi Indian.- 'h's' .em. as. ifnoexper-. the last Congress 4m bersand S?
-a strong bomb-proof.fortress, on which/ to: :ihe 'diff redf" ptccihcts "tohold >:ti >j t. r i'J _tteB
;r;.. ;J.r protection other frontier: and yet this awful though it is closely invested,.theallies.hay.ebeen, : : ,' ). "' ; \1 iencen9aaCTlfiqe; menand, money, 6. In the next Congress there'will beTS*

: : l- '; ::4j. devastation and slaughter has been committed Able to make no impression. The gamson'1881'' .fed l meetings*"t.I )amf"** '*send** delegates* .to. could ever teach Government how..to cratsy 1 Whig/and'l Free toiler. Tbe Twf

::4: '. 't 1r with impunity on the part of the perpetrators. times larger than is1 necessary; and 'Bern 'the Convention H ., i'f : crate are M Albertson C L ,
and Demblnski, are able to raise the Beige,the' ft. manage n Seminole. In the first'start, '
U r. .l. Not indeed from want of bravery.in our .
son; WJ Brown
any W
.; allies will receive blow from .which 4 3 A,Gorman
a they can- J.B
i f. President. they should know what is the conviction ,
f."J: "bjrthe :
: ;! .1 army, or Ski111IUts officers, but because as.has 'not recover ; arid the, Hungarian army In. the Appointments, ./ ** -i '*'OJ- *J : NFitch. a d. .r1a

.w 4.!i 1'r; been again and again prosed regular soldiers field, thuS strengthened, could not but triumph.: SAMUEL.: DOUGLASS, .of Tallahassee,. *of eyery.citizen 11 4ff *I of -Florida- '* that. S thefndiana WMcGaughey. .Free Soil t e ID F W&j
bo' ?- t.' 4'' .a' .; are not the troops for a contest with these savage "All accounts say that the only salvation of to be Collector, of the, Port of ,Key never-wilt suffer. themselves ,to be TEfllESsEE.-Iu the last .
j r. .7' the invaders consists in forcing the Hungarians i COfl555thedl
r.1';.c' :Z r'e'. murderers. Mounted men, taken from the to an action, which they skilfully avoid, aware West, in,place :of S. R..,MALLORF, ';;re.:: removed peaceably. And in the second tion stood 6Democrats and. .

..il1 ,f.i l. I.: $. backwoods and frontiers, inured to hardshipwno that no large army can subsist in such a'coun-. moved. know next it will stmd'1 Whigs; fa j tit
place they what General Democrats
\ ".,, wno are tad 4
: acquaiutca wnn tnw cuumi j awl iu- ti j oo nuu6 .rjwhere .WAtcli8 ooaroeatalltimes "hip.-

.. i'. t dian mode of warfare, is the force required to and conscious of their power to anihil-: OBA 'HOWARD, to 'Postmaster, .of TAYLOR has had opportunity enough to The Democrats are Andrew Johna, J H Su_

] '; !. suppress and avenge these outbreaks. And yet .ate smaller between bodies.the intelligent There is,,besides free, Hungarian, no comparison the city of St. Augustine, in,place,of P. learn, that he and his. whole regular army age G,Harris G W Jones, F P,Stanton.J H Thomas, Andrtir1 -]'. .r,

; ; :r.; 'ft,: with the lamentable result of their system and and the ,Russian, soldier, ,who is subsisted tin: : C.' ZYLSTBA, removed.. can never drive the Indians from the J The Whigs ag 4 G

t: : .;, :t ':'- operations and defence by regulars in Texas, &reb.dalone. A terrible scourge ,is also said to State. liams.Watkins' Anderson- M P Gentry. C H WiL

: 'J! ;( before their eyes,it seems that the Administration have seized on the Russian soldiers' known as '-. --
t4ki-: r. the'lice The individual is attacked Disastrous FIre Does" AL sUfA.-The
pest. by forget the passionate delegation
; discard
: at Washington has determined to willstwiuiu
: \ ..' vermin under the skin. which is increased We to ,
Wm'mmw; : until regret our readers next as in the last
; ;; .:: .from the service of protecting our settlements the whole body becomes one mass ofcorrup. eloquence with which OSCEOLA, in. Congress Democrats tad

i ;; :" #' the mounted volunteers of Florida, leaving the : tion. Hitherto no remedy has been discovered.' the intelligence. of another disasrtrous the.'Ind ian,C puncil .at Fort'King- spurned 2 Whigs. -The Democrata are S W Harrfe.hltt

f. itt,,tf .1< .titizens of the State to the merciless exposure and the person attacked is considered as doomed fire. which ,has occurred in, this the proposition for removal 1 Does Hubbard and Cobb. The Whigs are A J .

:." :; ('. .:'P. which'is depopulating the frontiers or Texns.t .- ; and the letters say 'hundreds have at their place.. ,On.the.night of last ton and II Billiard.
'u l 0 '
t own solicitations, been thrown into the'river to it i suppose that the burning words he
'. f tr' (t. Florida may rejoice that she. herself is equal U terminate their sufferings. The cholera also between' twelve ,and one'o'clock, the .

;IIri -4.l; .'. the task protecting the lives of her citizens; makes terrible havoc on the ill-fed allied army.' : then uttered have fallen upon'stony Military m.ranrat .
Saw Mill of Messrs.
T. O
r "' ,' .:{- "If Hungary succeeds in this contest all Poland HOLMES & ground and thatin the breasts We are informed '
and that the State authorities will not shrink ,- of liis ,says the National Isteflicer.August t.
will be in arms and the Czar will be Co. wasd discovered in .
t .: I.I. :f. ; from the responsibility which the crisis have certainly for to come with his occupied own flames,. but tribe there doe not still exist that same 13th, that the Secretary'otWadu
...'. !( '..'.. 'r' t.. thrown upon them. When the General Government affairs." they had I so far advanced ,that. nothing passionate love of their native land that issued a letter to.Brcvet'Maj.' Gen. D.RTwfci

.iJ I ." :, .1- k has given protection to the,alarmed could be saved except .a portion of the (who is now at Pascagonla, Mississippi.) drier

t f rJ,;fl r"4,tI.',"/ ,It'. : I,!' ..,, and endangered inhabitants-'rh7t(. it has not The Baltimore Argus gives the following account I i lumber l around. The mill is totally des same indomitable spirit which for fife ing him to Florida fo* the purpose of sapwa.

f1 ;,.: ::v : .yet done, and no one inoirs tv.k till will' do) then of Gen. Taylorfs reception and speech atI years set the whole armies of the Unionat tending the military detachments which late
't .. r '4 Baltin ore. If he does no better in his troyed. The loss is estimated at $8000.
: tour I anil
citizens their bay which haslet been ordered
f"'I, our may lay by arms-but until ; I .the Seminole there.

.t.'.':.'c),'. j,;.c', :. J.-\I. this is done, no one will expect them to be guilty through Pennsylvania, where the elections are This event, and the recent occurrence. I at this time as free and as fearless -Two companies of the 4th artillery; meklj

i'J :'", :.J ";,.: of such cruelty towards their brethren.Floridian. .- : approaching, he will not be very successful in of the burning of Mr. .BARBEE's'mill, when his stationed at Pascagoula, have been oriferdfo
as chief EMATHLA
:. '"< r: !' .1 t:"..., _ turning the tide now setting so strongly against should be.a solemn warning, to all who i for his was Tampa Bay; and also the 7th infantry.'reoaU
.t { ::v. Whiggery. The Argus says: friendship to the white maniNo
.',:; t .4. ." '. European Intelligence. On reaching the hotel, he passed.up quietly are now, or will be engaged in the lumber I II 1 ly stationed at Jefferson Barracks. 'b.
!.f.ft'-i : The Hungarians continue successful defeating I Thejdiplomacy of Captains, and tion to the above '
1 \ .. ;?: .' .b and rapidly to his apartments, which were business, that too much care cannot one company of tie 2J arti
i ; : ,... and out maneuvering the enemy at all watchfully guarded by officer Ridgely, ingress Majors andIndian sub-agents will be lery stationed at Savannah, and one sudosed
:tIM4P:;1 ?. ),,t.r. o. .:".:' points, placing the Russians the Austrians from in great peril, separating being refused to any but the suite and a few of be bestowed to guard against the found as futile as their swords. The at Charleston, have been ordered to St.iimj.
t !" of oper- the distingue. In the course of fifteen or twenty contingency of fire. A powder mill tine the
'i e rt arrival of the latter
ations. Three
( i' grand divisions of the Hunga minutes about two hundred and fifty Indian can overreach the one and stealth having already

., ,h/ i;.-. :,.. :.4'l; in front of the hotel, and his persons Excellency and a saw mill are almost equally'com- other. been communicated to,the Depart ez& 'Oa

; having in the meantime refreshed himself bustible and the latter' ; company bf the 2d artillery recently stationed
: 1: t :; should. be ,
tbringing food and horses .
and intelligence of tho came down under the'escort The other that the .
of Z.
: tkv: CollinsLee assumption, regular at the has
;tF'f : :,I. enemies movements. esq., and addressed the watched with the same rigjd:strictness, Augusta arsenal, also recmed. orders

;L lf.V, J;;: :' The London News of the 3d contains Vienna. from the portico. .After taking meagre off gathering his hat, as the former. army in a ratio of (our blue cuatF to to proceed to Pilatka. -

1t. .';;!" ).I ': dates of the 28th July. Lord Palmerston's i! which he held in his right hand, his left clenching one red km can drive the Indians into
.[ .3 :. : speech fell like a thunder clap on the Austrian the iron railing, then 'adjusting a pair of The
the Elections.The .
; ., J' Gulfof Mexico is
: if: Ministers. The news of Gorgey's victory over .g old spectacles over his forehead, and bowing Presidential Fatuity equally absurd. ,

.t"; :3y: .f ;:..r. p.: the Russians at Coasseo, and his entry into to the auditory, who emitted a few sickly enters In the last Floridian we find the Does Government suppose that General Democracy cf the ,Union rout

t.. R q( '..I:':" .I4'}. There Canthaw were, were reports announced of negotiations at the same being time.-entered akin with to the the pip chirpings, General of Taylor a brood spoke of,word chickens for following extraordinary mmun. cation TWIGGS upon his arrival will\ find the I naturally exult at their glorious triumphin

i.t" !II. ..;r:' I ''01: ingsurrendered into forpe ce. Linewar is reported as hav. word, as follows: from the Secretary of War to Governor enemy's army skilfully placed in position the late elections. It is now almost
to the
Maygars. The Ban Jella
cf Baltimore. '
";' ', r.j. .'i. ;},:;$.! hich continues retreating to the southern fords me pleas-gratification you, to meet so It good.af MOSELEY : with a right:'and left wing, and artillery reduced to a certainty that they .will I

;, frontier ofSer1'& Gen Bern has announced L ly a number of friends. : WAR DEPARTMENT have a majority in the House
and of
i .. my on this occasion.- t cavalryand u Brigadier General next ,
t ;' ..1'. fi t.;I_: his three victory words over Jellachieh.' in the following The cholera is now lingering around us; and al, Washington, August 7,1849. J to tell them Representatives. It. is certain that the
namely, Bern, Brun, Ba.wn"-l 1 though I have eyes right. He
,:.. ..' ,4 "me-I no apprehensions from the disease, SIR:-Your letter of the the 26th ult.addressed .
:; ,,. :l ;; .-1 : Letters sarv-I from Cracow conquered to the 23d I feared that the gathering together of crowds to the President has been referred to this would march throughout all S. Florida, Whigs cannot have one. The cause of

.};; .. ': j '..,. numbers of Russian which June say, of persons might bring on the disease; and being Department for reply, and I accordingly have. and never see a Seminole Or doed this change is apparent The'citizen
1 ,; ,f troops were design- anxious to keep off the disease !
.r :}.. although]I F the honor to say, that assuming your estimate
:: ,, ; :, ,i.:'.; ing to leave Railroad that city, received counter orders. don't fear it myself, yet. I thought it prudent to of the Indian warriors, residing on the soil of Gen. TAYLOR imagine that a Florida of the South have rallied to the sujortof
.4 Seventy cars arrived at Cracow
...J. ., recently avoid any public demonstrations that might Florida during the past year to be correct and I their institutions
: .. 't.j.,. : .rfr ,filled with Russian soldiers. tend to increase the disease. Here he convulsively which is ,than that swamp can be charged like the Bish-, and have spurned
1 reported by
; .I' "t ,J''l.'. Liverpool dates of the 4th inst.announce another grasped the railing.' On my way North, who lately had the superintendence : ops palace at Monterey, or that his those treacherous Whigs-who deserted
of the
great victory ,
; ,'.J. ; .1'J Hungarians at Esa- in passing, I thought I'd stop here to-night and t of this tribe, .I think that the force i
,'", ; law over the Russians. The AU.I Tvhich i is 'regular officers will have. them at the last session. The rebuke
General young an
., in the
go along morning. [ op
i" ,.
;. i" .*> : it pause.J] On my in process of being placed on the southern set
r.t r .tp t. if t dition.Haynau, The described Hungarian as in Generals a most critical con I return, I shall be happy to meet the citizens of tlements of the Peninsula will be adequate to; portunity exhibit some of the fine was a severe one to the abolition administration .

I.1I / '-l; 'I' ( of the whole are masters Baltimore, and take as many of them by the their full defence. Thatforce when assembled of TAYLOR
line touches Gen. but it
from learned
Essy Assova they at Cerro Gordo
hand I ,
opening as can. [Here he rubbed
.'In "4 i ,\: communications his forehead.]I will in numerical strength, be quadruple thai ,
::7lt\1 \ .?.,.. '.Ii-. provinces. The with great Belgrade battle and at Waitzen the Turk But I thought it better to avoid bringing together of the Indians. You propose to raise a force,; and Chapultepec, in the dense .ham: was merited. The following article

:1tl 'r {,' ; be any crowds on my way, as the disease might which would be greater than the entire force from the N.
: ; tween the Russians under Paskiewitch, and: be thereby increased and I or- mocks of our-'Peninsula. They mightas : Y. Tribune will show how
t "JJ! ( should afterwards the Indians. I confess that I do
] not see the
: under
I' Hungarians
.. .: Gorgey. in which the latter reproach myself with being the propriety well be the Whig Abolitionists of North
, t'f: I. ;.' : ?i were said to be victerious is fully Here the ca.us.e. or necessity, of employ ing the volunteers sent here to teach Chinese as I the
: : i: con.firmed.- "Second Washington" signified the Florida,and without which, 1 could not ad. look
Indians. their
Gorgey's forced to Those
V's army the Russian lines and close of his fight only who upon failure:
speech by
: .: ., marched north putting on hat, and, visethf'-President to muster them into the service
'PJ1: ,r t, lr main army. A,letter effecting from junction,the with the then turning abruptly away,a faint cheer caughtup .. of the United States. In addition to which, know the cou'rhryj. -who can trail the AUGUST ELECTIONS-HOUSE LOST.

Qt',,. ... the charges of the seat of war says the dying echo of the last word "cause.- our latest dispatches from Florida, on'either Seminoles through the densest I To be beaten occasionally the lot of aayind
j '. .:t Hungarian cavalry upon The General then'retired to his side of the Peninsula ,. I
dated the
\1 .1 Paskiewitch's apartments,to within the 2Sth every party ; happy party which'nay console -
';ltrf t.'t-. .,: the Hungarian columns troops exhibited were tremendous. All] enjoy some repose after this tremondous intel and' 31th ult.,both .inclusive, 'indicate that the swam'p-whc possess the red-man's itself in defeat by the consciousness i thatita

i't!; .-, r- :: daring. Another letter describes unparalleled lectual effort, and in a few minutes the area violence and outrage,exhibited in the viCinity cunning and the white,man's misfortunes resulted not from its trc s tort its
.. ', the Russian: in front'of the hotel was vacant. of Fort Pearce and hhe daring,- virtues The
house Whig has lost
r', ,. retreat as disorderly, and the savedi I' _ trading on Peas party almost certainlj
;." .1'.i;j; tL3 from annihilation by the army Creek were done' by the same party of, Indians these., alone>. -. can cope with our savage the ascendancy in the next House of Bepretntati --
; 'fl .i t ..: \ :... division. timely arrival of Barnberg's Tayloiism Repudiated oy an Original.-The which did not exceed five., fright in this conjecture foe. The list: i. war is- conclusive ves and lost it because it is less reemnstofree.I
t.J .: Blue Hen1 Chickens, one of the first to founded all the ** f proof dom than its
r-,, The Austrian papers ;on concurrent proof / I antagonist,which lives onPlirisit
: Ministry has
; IVI"'i :' \;' The French President after been dissolved. nominate Gen. Taylor for the Presidency, and which has 'reached' the Department;, I,think it that ;erl. TAYJX>R'S regulars will be professions DemocTOCy "conjoined'iri itVtle:
.J;, { t: travelling South I always zealous in his support, thus repudiates will be a subject of regret1 at a and tie'ios
\ :','' ,! has returned to Paris. The period when the worthless for. the intended.Mr. prompt thorough-going support o $
of of I the of his purpose .
\ scige course Administration
11 = army
United States
,. .. I 15th August numbered were aboutto attempt'the peaceable glaring Aristocracy. There should bare beat *
: "
l. : .rtf'J..i ..." The prospects of an 150,000.abundant ; .We were among the very first to hoist.the removal of the Indians from Florida, :with : .. CRAWFORD. 'thinks, ;that there is least eight Whigs elected to Congress.fr si
; .'!: ; good in the South, and throughout harfest France.1 were. flag ofGen.him Taylor for Presidency, because the hope ,and probability .of success, that the i "no propriety,or necessity in Kentucky-nine of the ten Districts hating;f&'
we honest employ
.4w- thought *
( :1. independent and authorities that State would !Gen.
.. TheFrench President is' still : capableaU seek to substi en Taylor majorities, eight of'them very
l} ..:r..'1. '.. : *.' ing to the imperial crown. accused of aspir, admit that, but for our support he tute'another element,'and place'at'Hazard that ing volunteers of Florida,," and decisive. Yet five of the tenDi8tricth&"eden

,'. rt\ ("J":':, tt'n.. The French have restored the would have lost Delaware-all. the independent : which appears to be the object of deep concern to blames Governor for ? Loco-Focos-and why? ,Simply beca
1' '} :j. : government of unpurchaseable Whigs and Democrats Florida and also a duty of the United pur having called the \h.
I ; f.r'J' r the Pope, but cannot States the Whigs hesitated, differed, divided,.o,
persuade him to for the
;. 'I'l1fll; ;;: 't. ; back to the Vatican. return, went his letters old hero. 'We understood from reIDoval.of 4 .,Ipd1DDS from.the.soil of the for them oul.. The people of Florida' whohave question of perpetuating Slavery: l5
that he
\jit ; t The Magau Gazette would administer the mer.. . LocoFacos'Ct'1jouriial and aerf rOVt4l
t states that most)interest in th.e'.
a rumor was government with principles matter i
of ,
r ; the have the honor may
I early Presidents to'be tid
: h i ; current on the Neapolitan frontier that Gari man vfthc partyn the mhole hog fo
":::1- '\ ':q .h. .. baldi had embarked for America, in disguise. punish., having We have friends been to reward-no enemies i .1. .'respectfully' be pardoned I for believing Mr. CRAWFORD Slavery eternal in,their own State, and tXUJ3h1t

. t1tF; ft :' Charles Albert died at Lisbon on the 28th of has been disappointed. ProscrIption 'Your-obt. servant : a)' ol. it afar possible in the. National TeirittrieSityany
3I. order of .
)IIt n. the day. We .
," 11 i ."; 4 July. the ex (3EO.w. CKAWTORD means, and at all kf f-rds..
I.J'! 1'- Thereare reports that" conspiracy exists in old pected handsas friends fast as ofTaylor the to' supersede the Secretary,of War..1 Wl1tt."oiir: :, talen'i young 'Representative The consequence might have been foresee;

t W i.i '1; Russia establish a Republic,and several but commissions expired, His, Excellency-WILLIAM D MOSELEY! h' Nothing is so sensitive HS a great wrong: especially -.
con- no sooner for .
,except and J.' all this ,
.J.r.'ltBplrMOr8. have been arrested. gross palpable incompetency -' Governor ofFlori.da. vdoing 1VilI one esteemed profitable antj cherished
t 't The Turkish Govcrnmenthas or impropriety.. Instead of this It have he be able. exercise h. The ultra of, eatopkj-
been left to much sq I
.1 e sent an army guillotine nas oeen at work-in .'seems to to. the.. "se. as influence Slavery niepi
i'i{ of the
80,000 men to the Hungarian ap ; I. t oseitb .istie overrttUngcoasideration
: :. .: t vent the passage oftheRussianst.hrougL frontier to Tran-pre. printmentswith ted,or treated thebestWhigs have been neglec. cond W a8 ingJon,". to. discover .new with'
,.i mill. ;*:=. sylvania. __ _ Taylor have been contumely.almost mocked The real:at ''friends their re powers bf the Federal government, tloridaashe. '. ,has'for" her. injury, in removing ... and these two parties-the one pledged to them bcdf
soul and
-with'its leaders journals crying
'.t2 I.:: "UAHNK1T LET THE GIRLS ALONE." The recommendations utterly disregarded 'and which.had lain,dormant until the gqod.and able men.from office
; ; following behests of ah :the. 'time \ down ,Emancipation ,and Slavery Beat? eSioD

I'fl 4 ;F.. cam Consul letter at has Panama been addressed by the Superior to the Ameri- for the voice of unprincipled Delaware ,But clique Delaware been taken-_' of thisi:" herdteageWe:had"yet to* ,If'so he ought ,to try. Who has heard in full l chorus-the other. broken,; dwcoruwhwavering
.pt i; king
I ; ; at San Bias men will not tamely oearto be'trampled 'upon.' learn Wat a 'sovereiim Stawas' de- his voice of rebuke to the' insolent'offi with its recognized' chieltain' ,Emiacipution. ,
grdnn-.l in favOr ot cautious and gradual
'! RIVER DUBLO, San: Bias,.May 20,1849. i Democratic Whigs have the spirit, the.irilLand "I<* ?iae *. cial l J in" hVar doubt it I
61*:-This h to inform I power to do justice to themselves, wiea cliques pendeJ1 y..ot i g 9.Ye, h d.yet Department, who" undertakes 1 .*' -Their choice- who coald
the Chief Slay .has Loco-Focoiam "met1hqt
San Bias wishes that no steamers you visit his coun of necks and cabals like slaves.would! _Remember put their feet upon their to learn that;the:Executive of a.sovereign jr w-- '.!o ,ledture' <:our_ *Executive",$ -:i -..'for Congress ery in given\entuckyj. with...half fOOf t1tCoJl.

ik try other to ask for land The to make a road, or for any .coming! ._.. tyrants. ,. ,your- doom : Btate-was'but'*; the satrap 'of {the calling out:a.few companies oft\volunteers .' vention and'an!unusually large. .fpcreaM w p.*
purpose Chiefs of Ban / ear
Bias claim Legislature" So bnng out rcanfli, f
al.t1. land. from Coolavery to the Gnlphof Capping iCiVZaX.A Washington Great 'Mogtil at 'theJWhite House'lo_ to protect;our. wothenandcliii- tlemen of 3 the North rn 'Free yo*Democracy,1
D&rie1i. God gave us this land and pondent'of the New York ; corres be' 1torbdiD'dui: ; ?*-*8 for 4-f Q 4 di ir.rr hftl \ *
insul froE'
ens cnliye no foreign. Commercial,,savs: ,t maklnff.ds. vageS'. i Is' the iol.l make.the -welkihmne again for the .
mIl trouble among U8>ttf"y live here they The wor ''Ornecess.ry removal i gong' i: z-4.4 RJ 'r --- : '-' r.- i.alav holding Biecutiye'.wil not be.pQtentw
positiona fof/the fl ) fom Flori 1t.s J
the *
'. ii of .U romte,and we shall jealous steadily forward :There"ere toenin office :safety yes;and i ntatIvQ* instg-, lD the iietCongre's., Yo' cplQt quc rt O
them and -i.u* *r1- ; -t hri --.z- > "3 ( :
; ii : and dahed.for SOOn there would be disturbance who.were uiworthy the station .theyheldor;: pr.oPcrly,of.hisfellow.citizens.Has,i it' npcantanatbe) .can do:qr say nothing over the aereat in N ttb.'CJrp'bn& olEA"_

'p* : God maie all nations their any 'station .und r Government: \ ffWI lleyrwl1ovot d' mf t' h w'W l1g.R r ,. !. .
.They thisl '
own Is D
women'andD.ot come-to .,vindicate State
-'L. p4t | to trouble wbuld'not their debts our connection with to ftou: ort .
; ? glad Co ours. 'We Aw pay (!) they lpU1- i. protect giiiastj the(Slavery-fcxteatilnResoloiions i P'
.; will buy their all tradmg* ahipn as friends ble (!!)) swear ,profanely '(!!!)L SOME."' F TBzM' theUniono' .be"one productiveonlv. ; of inhabitants7 *EJ> *t'ia i .8: o* edbYJ lastlegisUturcbut( how the JVonly '.'

i::; t;' friendly vessel; got .rtttoar product: Iny. WOULD" EVEN'DEROUNCE THE OOVEkNSTeNT.W i!1 II!!)'t 'tn.r,'ano.i8' 1 -" ac" L'1' Are' t" .j :,.j 't I tl.h.1ftt.J: : 0. ', -.- _. d. <'f't; _a 't' 'Globe,. exn1tsat his ieagi' uiajonity I) bQtlo!
1 ofus cantmae'with. but not make pentlemen,&aaid Mr.Howard de Howard .". : 'U .f" '., ...d. : ., ..; purfe1low: ( : may."ex1t 'thatAylett'Buknewbo -"d'f.. .:
j : .r X any traitoJ'8YO'lir tio'n I '!lhave i7'.tiyl r! (or"I4 JE clio .Jr tol1Dwi '
road to cross the Isthmus have ,their, i satp linlsilence and heard ajyjting oiize i ,i stQje: : murderedlrJto bexlriven'- an extract .from Mrvv iiiEls, and excellent South r i8p' 'fiC9\l ;
t; not ms.ke of Chagres and muSt derided, and my God blasphemed;butnow. :; Crittenden'socelebratedspeeceYere in layor of the Wilmol Proviso has'been rqa wby "
,a.jroad thnoughouruntjj therbomes--1hoie 'Homes ,laid } t : ttsburt las t '
the umme
I l We your attacking .Aristocracy.T'carinolonBerjefrain r P fS j3eo..Ai eVmldiveIlpzteiisionstiu ; rabid erpetualist.Tradein :
; wAnt no. teame!, o wa" J 1 Uie fe A Cri .enden) ;had een'f i i' letterTin .n II '
.ft .f-Q
: try unless In fromhotlcirig1"i80 ooYioUst"inten lW, i i iQr ff'dtii n.District.\Vbjg
want of'WOQd :
r or water; sO.do not tional-a4n&ajultJ + Ge TayloVt'haiid'wrUing1 li1 wlifcE GeiL Tayi Wi4 qfiti" hi1t'J .t'J''w. ?
Jetter-a d8tOythis ;- .j ( t\H' q b abtcJj; it" ut\ilt Wf fltl : ju p'J, $T
P1cu lor said' ; '
send a CoP1: : wait he'wtiuldpro3fribe'tio mAu he a-" '
1 Ut 'o'i' ecatise duced bill h t'tVinr i ,bottsh the1'!
rc ,
t &Iid..end tg, A' / 2 'n&t 'Iii W t ft '"' .
; .t.I, ',"- 1II.Q answer,to th RiTer D bl :Big"l 1B L 4Em' t r. 8)lhjavea5cettIped,1Wbejhzerpqnpolpy) was: Democrat; H 1''.boihdeI1OCrat8I11.nd :the District'of ColumbLl (\8 .
th Iremain yourt'riendJ, u. ,'_ ', '.RuMiahas sofferedi,rewafd1 of- 40,000" rubles1 l .w.-m! WAiga i ii ."t. blf .Itib f.tt pfeuey1: outbicbzijtL1a tant io4rtebeU! $!
.I M -r SUFerioI I et.J ?O $27. OO) L .ho Jr. c&qte1Iah p'twi1est4tai*! sb h'r&i '0 be fpr.t e .. ,o n a eot.'the..flouUiA1"ftlad". '"-, Jpbi'1aon .

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)larsha1l tltigmailied in : ,Tb&VlflOtPlVI. -' .. Ja.wia'tt1" 'VIBTUkof ..8I'_._y.' .
)t abolitionist bease see'the a;, i tneCSrcuitCouHin .1 -
grille '
Chronicle an glad Democraticpjirtjr in BY ,
*adT4oHeof the lastftm
e hewould not take ground against Emanpltion. this'free.fitate loath to disturb compromises Chantery,ittting'in tht- cause of Da- J/b rpurfUiBot' toftlrtkte ,
vid D. Palmer and Hen Den.de--
Slavery has given Loco-Focoism abdIntal of the constitut, l.\ Although,\ they cannot be rietta'Barnard Darius-Fenis/against Parsons l,{ ceascd of A riHHeeujA/this State,we shall .
JamtaAPickett. Amanda
1 -jctory in Kentucky, precisely as veil expected to coincide with U81n opithonet; ) { offer for e'FAMlo to the I .
!' and ThomaS; Holmes I Will seH in frpnt highest
; .
l 'Down with Negro Suffrage at its'late State Convention- partiuscrib.. .. bidder bet
kindred cry of the Court 'Ja D. .t tie Ceert,House, in the Town of
ot ,
e i in our State a victory ineetiDg ed to Gen. Cass's doe ofion-interference Housed tin the TOWD- 'ff t3j1tOeieiO'fh"(, J..tl :
same party NewnansviUe in the county of
,e the vile the ;first in October next between Alaehna. be-
on : '
That was Monday ',1-
delegates to a Convention. and whatever theiropinion may be, :deem it n. hmaiJae: _tUO''dod1A. .and a- Y
victory of that party in New inexpedient! and improper>V to the WU- the usual hours of Sate the following uci 5' Dittf..rliDT .o'ciook P M .
the press on the
; to wit '. ,;' Monday 2lst day of Angnstneik : ,-
sbOUt The property, : All that certain tract, piece, -:" }
Proviso. ,Convention i
adopted1the'following ; :3"11
.: : i thefdlowlng described si
Tort __ nr parcel of land;lying, situated and being on J Property -
Tennessee Election. resolutions: the St. Johns River in Dual county'near the 4; NElECTIDN: M hereby,Ordered to be held tUatea3i&being in the Count, Alachua'.' U f.
The Resolved, That we deprecate any' 8 -l, Fourth .wit: ..Th.V s$"twtot.BortJa.Ea
th-e Char- eparate Bar including the ,Steam Saw Mill with.nil in Ih* Brigade of Mmuaonthe says ,
'tfe give with much pleasure letter explana- and sectional organization in any portion of the .and singular the tenents,her first Bidnday in'October next,at the placwi Section. tweatjr-two; ;Range Jialf of Nortb-Wtrt 3

lesSOD Mercury, the decided following by the recent glorious country, having for their object ,the advocacy ments and appurtenencts, buildings,thereto ,belonging.Said appointed 11.taw for'the election of County quarter;.of,.Section, twenty4wo; Sooth-West : .

r.t1 ouhe issues of an isolated .point, involving feeling and not tract of Officers, forarigadiercancy3oecaM Generaltto fill the va' quarteiotsection 27,East half South-But '

iJdP1 in Tennessee.Copy fact, pride and .not principle, as destructive to land. containing"THOMA-S.'LEDWiTH one hundred acres; ,' ned by the resignatien of. GenerstCharles quarter Seetien 28.:,North-East quarter of Sec ; 5'.
of A letter, dated the and happiness of the : thin I _
people and dan- thirty-three. North-East
August, 1849. peace Sheriff Duval County. II' Byrne. 7: quarter of SouthEast _
TL"lnssU, to the stability of the Union. .
12'ishmbybrdered quarter of Section
in this State is not gerous Also. an to beneW thirty-three-Jlorth
election By A. W CRICHTON D.S. D. C.
he rESult of the sufficient returns have Resolved, That inasmuch as the territories of Jacksonville 2.1849tdos, in the Third Brigade of Florida MiHtis 'at.the West quarter, Section ihlrty-fotir;West half .
but Aug.
Tft fully known j that Gen. Trousdale, the New Mexico and California come to us free,and A I time and places above specified,"fora Brigadier 'Of South-West quarter of Section thirty-four. ,

jeen received to show has succeeded by a hand- are free now by law, it is our desire that they AGENCYop General, to fill. the vacancy"occasiotfed by the All,,of the; above .lands in Township wvea
v ocratic candidate And the Mercury is the ex- ., should remain forever free; but that.until it is resignation-gen. Samuel Russell* : Bovth, Range eighteen-.East, containis eight
_e ajority. and the unflinching proposed to repeal the laws making the country Dtt. Alao,:'an' iolrfJ ,herebjT'Ordered to'-'beheld 1auJidftd.d.fonl ooethirty-nine hundred the '
,oueat oUbe Jprinciples and the interests of the free,and to erect others in their stead for the S. S. FITCH'SCELEBRATED in the Cavalry' Regiment-ef the Second cr more or less.ot whi h,about two lumdredad

id'QC&te of the policy will,I know, be extension of slavery, we deem it inexpedientand MEDICINE. Brigade, Florida Malitia, on the first Monday in fifty/.is improved, having thereon a good
South and the, battle you has been fought, improper to add to the futher distraction of October .next, at the'places appointed'by law dwelling hotuei,,kitchen.and other houses, sUHes -
ed to hear how the public mind in the of Used by him with distinguished success in the ; barns and other
been achieved. demanding, name for the election of County Officers, 'to fill the improvements'beloaginr
kol'the victory has nominated by our State the Wilmot Proviso, what is already amply secured cure of vacancy occasioned by. the:resignation of CoL to a.Cotton Plantation,also Cotton'Screw and
.Troasdale] was by the laws of the land. Catarrh Mill Howe ,with.nmniug -
That body announc- Coughs, Consumption, Samuel S. Spencer. & flis ,
Democr& lc Convention. The Whig State Convention assembled two 'Officers and Grist lfill.. >* w_,r rower; also a Stock
and spread be- Asthma Heart Diseases commanding Brigades, Regiments, I ..Jj
oed to the world its on which they days afterwards, and in all their deliberations ,Dyspepsia Battali9ns and Companies, within this State, of Cattle about fifty bead more or less. .t : j

fore thecountr1 the platform is I evinced the abolition spirit to its fullest extent. Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female are hereby required to carry ,into effect this The Title of said lands and the..Terms aaitoaditiom

_'.,wed. Its sixtb in. disregard.resolution. aliKe... :_ 01. a every___u_ They passed unanimously the following. resolution Complaints, &c., &c. Order within the limits of their respective com nude known'on the daj' of saJ..- j

:iicivd, Tha.t.lf constitutional right :among others of a kinder nature: mands. BENNETT M DRLL,. .

.eonsider tiin justice the, fearful issue shall beforced Resolved, That we are opposed to the extension ALSO W. D. MOSELEY Governor. SAMUEL.ILPYLES< ,. .
and fraternal the country, which must result of Slavery into territory now free,and that Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder August 4, 1849. 8.. zPenibr. .

upon and attempted enforcement we believe it to be the duty of the Federal Gov- Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and L c. July 21, IS4.td ,

from the adoption act of the General ernment to relieve itself of the resposibility of PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. > _:_<. .
. ProvisO us an turts on Consumption and the
Wilmot Adll l. ioa'irizk.'ice..
fthe choosing that institution wherever it has the constitutional I
have difficulty in
Gofernment,'the we only can alternatives no thatwill, then authority so to do, and that the legislation art preserving Life and O IX,months after date I shall present fear mkrO 'j'!

between wject submission to aggression and necessary to effect these objects should be adop- Health, to Old Age, counts and vouchers to the.&.Judge of .

.remain the one hand, or on'the other, by i. ted.We 4-c., 4-c. '" Probate of Columbia county for a final settlement i.J
con at all hazards and to the last ex- hope ere long to see the whole Democratic and ask a discharge from.the.further adtoinistration J)1

the adoption of such measures as will vindicate our party throughout the North and Northwest I have been appointed Agent for the sale of of the estate of Samuel M.Elliot., l

tremity, rights. earnestly maintain as a cardinal principle, the above Goods, and will keep them constant. -deceased,late of Columbia county. .' J'

eonjtStotional that resolution the whole battle has the wholesome doctrine of non-interference. ly on hand at, my Drug store in the Town of : MARTHA. FITCHETT. \

: Uwra fought. From the Alleghanies to the Mis.sissippi Tampa, Tampa Bay, Fla. Executive,Department l A Administratrix of the Estate of&W.ElU t. .t:

, .been our candidate boldly. unfurled his ban- tIre Calhoun's Personal Habits. Dr. L. D. ROGERS. Tallaluissee,July 27, 1846. r July 21, 1849. 6m ': ..+ .; t1;

Bttin support ofthe Constitution, its comprom- We find in the New York Herald IS HEREBY ORDERED, That those persons .
i a Dr.Fitch's GUIDE BOOK INVALIDS IT -C8Ueet8" 1
tr TO
L His the St Lade
and guaranties. opponent, pre- I who,shall be appointed by the several County Tax
, and minute account
ofthe visit of
and Directions for
- incumbent has in like manner at the hus- long a promotingHealth, and In- fudges of Probate' of this State Inspectors of SALE 1
eent raised the of disunion traveler to the residence of M r. Calhoun. structions to Mothers, in the Management of '
county, cry -i Eletions to be held for County Officers on Moff-
in every of the vested in law
I '
tiDgs power me
Children.' be ? BY by 2))
nullification, and the danger ofsection- I 11 contains a.number of interesting facts may hadEgratuitously, by cal pay the first day of Octobe/next shall also act I have levied and will for :
upon !
ling for it at the store above. An expose =
&l 1 feeling, &c. &c. And while he avowed his concerning The personal habits of the valuable Book. as extremely cllnspectors' of the Elections for Officers of the sale at Fort fierce (there being no Court House .i

opposition to the Wilmot Proviso he did Morida Militia ordered to be held oh.the first in the COtInty'ot St LUCl in
utter memorials and great statesman, some of which will Tampa, August 2j, 1849. ly i : ) thedoifhtyof&. :
that remonstrances -
BOtiesitate to declare onday of Lie Florida t
,on Monday the22d of Octo
doubtless interest our readers. His -'--'----- day ;;
unable to arrest the passage W. D. MOSELEY Governor. .
were ber A. D.J 1849. between the usual hours of .
ofLhe obnoxious measure or to prevent further family consists of Mrs. Calhoun, and I EASTERN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. August, 184SJ. ? 9w sate, the following described'fractof led or r i .

encroachments byCongres upon the feelingsthe seven children. Of these, one son is a Circuit Court of St. Johns County Election of Senator. so much thereof,as will pay,the State and County '!

rhts.andthe property of the South,the South_ planter in Alabama, the next a captainin Thursday the 14th day of June, A VACANCY having occurred in the officeof Taxes assessed .thereon for the year 18"f:)

oaeht tamtlgto submit;and at every Court House State Senator in the Sixteenth Senatorial and 1848_ unless the taxes thereon and the costs. :t,.
the Orleans the eldest
tj in the State he taunted Gen. T. with the puerile army A. D., 1849. District; occasioned by the resignationof are paid fcefort the day ofale, to wit. ... :

f inquiry what was meant by "at all hazards daughter is in Europe, witeof our charge George R. Fairbanks, Master 1 Hon.Erasmus D. Tracy It is hereby Ordered land containing 3,600 acres of land, lying i land

t and to the last extremity." 1 know my countrymen I at Belgium. Of the three sons at home, in Chancery, r That an election be held in said Districton beihg in, the said county,of St Luos..called

I men to be at once true to the Union, and, of one is a physician, the others are young usc Burroughs E. Carret, : ). PbliJ. Monday, the first day of October next to "Marratt's Island," situated near Cape Canar .
true to the South ; but the issue before vs. fill said vacancy. era! J inthe"Biver I Indian
t Bourse of 20 and 17. Mr. Calhoun has > or Biter; granted
. them was rather a new one, started upon them men Henry W. Groves, et al: J Given under my hand and the great seal of to Don Juan Mcintosh by the Spanish Government 9

i unexpectedly, and on the part of the Whigs upon his table every thing of southern UPON reading and filing the affidavit of Geo the State Florida, at the.Capi- the i8thtf May, in the) -1803--afid, .

: nraciously and cunningly presented. Their production but is himself a spare eater. Fairbanks, Solicitor of said Complainants tol in the City.of Tallahassee this measured and laid off to said Mcintosh by Geol .

tindidite Gov. Brown,is understood to represent The view from his house commands it; appearing that the said Defendants, IKAL.J 25th day of Jnljj A. D.1840t od J. F.Clark,on the 2d December,1817, aa win b* I
views of Senator Bell (who W. Groves and Martha P. Bartlett of American the j
tie peculiar distant mountain 40 and 60 Henry reside Independence senby_ the plat and survey thereof; 'which .
Bcnton like is making a hid for Northern support ranges, in the State of North Carolina and that 74th year said'3,600 acres are assessed in said St.Luci

for the PresiJency,by a kind of fraternization miles away. His study is 20 feet southof Lewis Henry Boutell, Charles Boutell,and Mary W. D. MOSELEY, Governor.. county'to John H Mcintosh .

:, with Free Soilism, and a consequent deser- his mansion, has but one room and Caroline Boutell, reside in the. State of Mas Attest: Amount due for Taxes for 1847 S22-27UT

I tion of the South,) and hoped, as the standard one door. His Library is not large, but sachusetts. C. W. DowNina,Secretary of State.. U LI a 1840, ..26.73 .1.1.,

better of the Whig party in Tennessee, to ralIj choice and most of the books relate to On motion of said Complainant's Solicitor, It August_ 1849.. lOw Add costs. : rl
I to his support the heavy vote of Gen. Taylor is ordered,that the said Henry W. Groves,Martha --- C. L; BBAYTOlt .
f ]November. combination was a fearful the Union and her interests. The key of P. Bartlett, Lewis Henry Bontell, Charles Sale in St. Augustine. bC.Uettoraid4uthorqf St.Lovcia;C+ '

Qne,and a patriot almost trembled for the re- this building he keeps always under his Bontell, and Mary Caroline Boutell do appear WILL BE SOLD ,at Pablie Auction, in :July 14; 1849.' tdos '. '.,' '

i sult. Should Gov. B. succeed, his election immediate control when at home. No and answer the said Complainants said Bill of .of the Court House in the City of -

I would have been heralded in the Free States enters it but himself unless he is Complaint within four Months from the first St. Augustine, on Monday the 28th of August. ,.JackSOBvUe Female IUUlute i
Abolition triumph. hould Tennessee fal- one publication of this Order.It 1849, at ten o'clock, A. M.: the Real Estate'f. V h
,: terand even seem t yieid, orthern aggression there. His house staDds on the Seneca is further ordered. that due publication Francis Gue.late of St.Johns county, deceased, THE of Direction have- adopted .
following regulation.
would have acquired new btrength, and Northern river, 1000 feet above the level of the thereof be made weekly in some Newspaper consisting of- The scholastic to of terms J 3
is consist four
year ,
fanaticism fresh aliment from her apparent sea, and 200 feet above the river.- printed in this Circuit for the period of four A House and Lot bounded on the south by eleven weeks each. j .. V

defection. But Tennessee has spoken-she has months. Bridge street, on the east by Hospital .street
There are perhaps 70 or 80 on Orthography'readingj; Writing and_arithme .
righted herself; she has taken her stand by negroes Certified to be a true Copy.P. and on the west by Charlotte Street; tic term .
'. Virginia the Citroliaus, and the South; she and about the place. The largest part B. DUMAS. Also, a Lot.on. the.,corner of SL George and per and, $4,00. The above with: English* '-1
grammar Geography term The",
? $ OO. .
has endorsed the declaration of her democracy, of his negroes are in Alabama, wheehe Clerk C. C. of St.Johns county. St. Patrick streets: above wifc the higher branches of ,4i

that 4at all hazards, and to the last extremity, I owns a large cotton plantation, Under _June 30, 1848. 4m Also, four Lots ofland lying on the west side edlicatioennbracingAlgebraGeometryHistory an English. : I,
her constitutional rights shall be vindicated 1 of Maria Sanchez Creek, described in a plat m .
; the of his eldest naturel mental and moral
son. Florida V
management To Volnntren for the War. Philosphy, Botanyfc
And the election of the chivalrous TrollsILl I made for Augustus Poujaui as Lots No. nine,

kids the enemies of the Union, in a voice of .I Mr. Calhoun has a peculiar manner of Numerous communications having been received eleven, thirteen and fifteen.containing, ,each and Chemistry.Evidences j GeologyjAstomomy of ,RhetoriC Logic, .

thunder,to beware.Thestateofthepolls. ditching, drainage, and planting, of such by his Excellency the Governor, from lot, one hundred and fifty feet in length by fifty i Each quarter to be Cnristianity.per'term paid to the 'reasurer inado 6,00t :

is no true index of the utility that his neighbors regard his as person in different sections of the State, offer- in breadth. All the above property will be vance. V 'I

sentiment.of people on this great question. His ing their services to raise and organize Companies sold subject to the widow's claim for dower The scholars "
a model farm. are representedas will be under the care'fulinstrncition '
crops the Indians and
Thousands who Gov. Brown at to serve against requesting JOSEFA GUE Admin'z .
support are of
far before those of other cultivator -I Commissions to that effect I am requested an experienced female teacher ,i
Laul against him on that subject, and are sound any I by St. Augustine July 21, 1849. St Provision hal : ,
on the guarantees of the Constitution and I am in that region of country. His farmis him to state in answer thereto, that no such authority Latin. made instruction(i '; :.jl
mistaken ifmany Whigs recently elected to the known as Fort Hill, from a foil which is vested in him. Should he deem it necessary Sheriffs Sale Benton'County, }': for-which,additional Painting and Drawing,:"and,Music I :,

ItgiiUture let their course be what it on to call out volunteers for the above purpose be sold before the Court House door charge* will be made. .4
( may once stood there in the time of the rev- ,he could only Commission the election WLL The.first term commences on the Sth'ofOcto*' : i
.. finer questions do not heartily'co-operate with Mr. Calhoun's habitsare upon ofB nton county on the first Monday br.n xt.V V 4 4 V
the Democratic the fiendish olutionary war. of the several officers by the respective in the I J-a ? :
party in arresting August next, between usual hours of sale Applications adinissionarrto .
purposes! Northern encroachment and fana- very regular. He rises at 4 or 5 commands. Companies elect their Captains and the following property to wit: The East % oi Committee Direction.' mad'Iehe ,' : V:
-" Lieutenants Eattalisns elect their Lieut. Colonels V 'Or
ucian o'clock-exercises on horseback, or in ; South-East U. of Section No. 12; Township: 21. Coitiza .
;or tt1CTO.'ti'
their :
and elect Colonels
Majors Regiments V

Our Congressional delegation: will .probably a walk over the farm for an hour ; writes ; South Range, 19 East$_ also South.Weat3j of V J. .DANIE. V .
btuLeretotbre-six Democrats and five Whigs, &c.For the Sduth-West 3 of Section Township 20., -
Jr.H.D..ROLLA1D.. '
8 and after breakfast .
until breakfast
at present in the opinion of the -- -, -
tot purposes, ,.
ill understood to be sound on the slavery Range 19. Levied on as the property otC. T. AEIEI .
is in his untill 2. 'On Governor sufficient force has been called out V : '-JL *
question. The member from the third District busy library or a Jenkins, to satisfy sundry Executions issued TuiAStntsx. .V V ,fcj ..
'fco toted with Stephens and six others a year Friday, which i is mail dayhe rides to the .This force consists of two Companies from Du from the Circuit Court of Benton,. in favor of l Eevil-SWAET:: ,V V" ** :
and Nassau from
Higainst the South, has declined, and a pro- village. His newspapers,of which. large val Marion one from, Hillsborough Columbia and one.from two from George Hernandez and others, this 2d day of Jacksonville, July P, '49. V. : n 4 hasSBuitm '

Jwery BIO,CoL Anderson, elected in his place. numbers are sent to him, are spread in Leon July. 1849.' N. C. MOODY, V S
wb*ttin*&and ted in Watkins the place also of sound Cocke Whigs and Barrow, were, the hall for the use of his visiters. He Cuuntie&C.. DOWNING July. 21,1849. Sheriff,.Beaton tdsSheriffs ttvxty. 'JndieJal, ,'CircnIt-CIre- V i :CfettB., ; ; :
et 'Ii
and Gen. ad interim. $t.J.b..: tJ
Adj. Insp. V .
\In eren a doubt of the formers soundness has is very hospitable, is a great lion even Peter Benet, Administrator, s V" ..1 i :

wafaUl to him.and a Democrat(Mr. Ewing) in the very neighborhood of his own August 18th 1849 3t SalejBeriton: County Flat ,' Francis-P.Sanchez,deed,et al: .1. ,, iZ' V

j-b ea elected,against Whig majority,there- house, and in all the relations private A4minUfrntor>* Notice. | :ILL be sold before the Court House door V '!S.J_ C. ,If b"Clwt : V : :. ViVte
j j,.fmore than 1200 in the District Stan months shall t'? of Benton county on the first BeDj.'A.P1 .
life is a most estimable upright rand after date I present.my accounts Monday ,' xecntor SIX V
; *,tio signed the Southern Address, IS pro- and vouchers as Administrator in August ,next ,between .the usual hours of Peter 4BU.UVJ, et al:: f, :;iti5i: > :

, h re-elected. His competitor, However,was honorable man. the Estate of Ramon Sanchez, deceased, to the sale,the following property,to wit The SouthWest WHEREAS, by.anOrdw-ulyftutcredca: e r

kiln on that question. Honorable Judge Probate of St. Johns coun- quarter of Section Township 22,Range ,, day of June,18494h8tmder '* V '

ath whole, the result of the Tennessee Qarrfagt ty, for a final settlement of said Estate, and 19; being 160 acres of land more or leas 'Lev ideaed was-appointed to take end statey mnong.t IV

itioajs; a stern rehuke to Free Soilism and than,at the same time, apply for Letters of Dis ied on as the proverty, of Richard 'R. Cnxm,to other thugs an.acc of the Debtiowing'by 1'

tIs&ri. Let them look for no sympithies I At Jacksonville, en Wednesday the ISth inst.. mission 88 such Administrator,of which all persons satisfy sundry Executions issued 'fromthe the EstAt* of Peter.Mitcheljdcctased 1rlJ.'..J Jsi
:roIa f'konest hearted and by William Hickman, Esq., Justice ofthe Peace, County Court of Alachua"in'favorr Now ,
patriotic people. interested in said Estate,* are desired to of John G. therefore in pursuance of aid OrderNtticeishertbjfixea. ;*-
c t1P isi.point beyond which forbearance cea- I JAMES T.McCORMICK, Esq., of East Florida, take noticeMAURICE SANCHEZ, Tyner and others this'2d day of July 1849. tdAU ersoM' claiming 1

lleIto e a virtue of the citizen or the duty of to Mrs. ELIZABETH T. BALL, of Hawkins- Administrator.St. N: M/MOODF' be Cjedjtjse.. the Estatepf the said ,Peter ".

I P&tith ,After that point is passed the griev- yule, Georgia.At Augustine, August 18th, '49. 6m Sheriff! Benton uaal,. M.iteh' 1..to produce th ir CIaimis andma. '
- t!?* be resisted-and Gareys' Ferry, E.F.. on Thursday the I 16th ? '
D11 redressed wrong -' July 21,1849. .tds,. ._ proof UCZTObcVfre iej;atmy.,office; in the V I
J : J tibt established. inst, MOUDECAi E. HYAMS, Esq., to Mrs. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERN t 1 City of St.Angustinej on r before he.4t, b dajt ? 4

. CAROLINE SMITH, youngest daughter. of Jno. Sheriffs S'ile.Be t nConntFi, ; ;: >f October. jc:and*that itf:lefiinltf thereof V
-. I iSnjxieing la. St. Charles COU71tg.t .- Scheufler, Esq. "''A .. be sold.before the they will precluded from'theJbencfit..of jtjr ;
:1 :. ./t. J before our readers to-day, the pro- WILL, Court House doer Decree to be made therein:: *. / ',-* -.'iNI.Iio1.. : .4
rSi : 1gof : fB nton county, on the first Monday I 1 !"t'' .It". '' ,
\ *public ,meeting held on Satur- Law Notice. V 1: : 'P.DUMA ; -6 ) .
. : iar,tge'Uth inst Hill in St. Charles in August next,between usual hoars sale .:, t ;, .! f L -
JI a$ JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. the following' wit ,One hundred 0 V rorul.MU.... V
::2 -1. property, to ; :Juie30,18t: t 1' t4oct !w
.' It tte that left the State for California I I II I and sixty acres of.land more orless, being the JV; .,.' ...' .' ''' '. 'I_"I.', __ _. _- '" !,,.._<.,..or :
9 : clBettou we note with pleasure, HAVING transferred my business to Col. II I North-East quarterjof Section.18, Township 22 V -,.-.n' .. .*s k, "1 o. L UzAft"
( Was condemned for attempting to who will with I II : 9 East also the Ei. $t tn Jndiel.l ClV id l'J II. nJ '
4'e Samuel.Spencer, in conjunction South/Range; ; .East' half of .. "
the .
3i etRnel people with false issues. ?He was Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to I Election of*tate fleuaurt IPI North-West.quarter Section-17_ 22SouthR&t9EL k z.r" ." .' .'.1 ." -.\.... ,:. ;-.. ;, i'
I (oriugratitude toIo.C. a .Jack- i VACANCY having occurred,in the office JCle'YiHernan .
t ror. a close. A ; 'Levied on'aathe.jir.perty !.l. ...1dll' a'1 j'. :
. f tria ,1agiarisa, in extracting largelyar&og' The Militia claims in my charge will be attended of Stat Senator fn'ib'e Twelfth Senatorial of Charles BusselL satisfyanJExecu. :oIRobettNcHad"adMtf. .: .Vtr .",!, ::. .j" I, '4 1
e 1. .t ilUl4. speech in the U. .eaa.te, to by myself, in connection with CoL District,occasioned by the resignation of the tion..issued from the Circuit CurtoLBpntcn.jn.: '' : .; 'vI:' T. .Ji' ._...W1.1ncbanCeflSV..I I

I i- ; without the accustomed credit. lIe Spencer, and CoL Charles E. Shennan, of Washington Hon Joseph B. Wattt : It u hereby ordered, favor ; Bejinet. M.J3elL this.2d day .of July. .mi. AldthAdaigror f' '.-" .n; <
-'- .1iJM"t .
d ..'CJrdemned(o.r h2MIP5tI from the instruc.Legislature ,and every effort made by us jointly to That an election be held in said district on Monday 1848.'v, 0 ,N.:!!., MOODY. ,:I 1 ," # etIIERBW'. :' -. 1'
and for his latitudinians result.. I haveno ,the first day of October next to fillsaid va' "' r *" ** P' **" '.i""Lm
3f tOflitrIet prosecute them to a successful .' .. BkenffJBatMcovtyrt: ;. 'yr y .-. '*>- % V
4 .%_ gf the Constitution of the U. authority to collect the money due on these cancy. .*. .. J July2ti840._ 't f .3"1't tdsW : lS49J the. under- j
1 h.- ; ,
J tie iseetiig resolved that his elates as 1 have always preferred to have whatever Given under my hand, and_the.threat <1 .i1. '8JgD ed.i nppointed' ,td.Uke; and tate.amoariot ".'
.J .. :-. ot only IU1 tusultto the Legishxture, be appropriated placed in the Seal the State ofFlorida attheCapitol'lfl 4 1fts'iTtLL (Sale' Benton r + Ccranly' .:.*Fla-' V er thing an couOtth&ebti ..r-- :. ,V
the money may ,. ._ --
j people of the whoje State.the the the,City of Tajiahas ; I- <-Jij.'* '- -. the Estate o 1,deOl V
ne such ,
local as parties ; i
- bands of '"
1i gd nounced) Wilmot Proviso.. a paymaster, be sold,before:tha Court House door ':* BoW' AVtfo
interested select after the act of their relief [SEAL.) see thisfourth: day of August}Ay iop f.a14.6d rlt. l : : .
4Osed xvY
ii the Southern Addressan the re- may GREGORY YALE. D. 1849.imd'of'American'xlnde| : inienionconnty: ,on the Jrst Monday 'N it'f.1. &ctaJ) 1 :-iDgCt 4 ;
(i{ of our *; in?August next;between the usual hOUrsbfsa1e be dit I
i Ll"gi&lature. It was a glorious pendende.the 74th year.1! r f l-iBOkr ,: : ,
k 11 I' .eetzg, *'m glorious results and we now August 28, 1849. tf .WM.D.. MOSELEY. the foupwing property, to'wit:ThS' So.tbis I.'a'EI... ..t. :, '.,.. ,.\.J_
.1)t \
nit t quarter of the South-Westiuirtr nd lS l1th. = t tbd
. c tie: *glorious news to cheer the hearts Attest: .1oninar of Florida. )= tJi _. 1 ,
I iL tP'Z5.1)emoc will send the i "VBLle NOTICE. Sec. Wtst auarter of the 8outh-Eaat uartAr-8ection 1 1
,who up C. W. Dowmito of States J\ tlle6IIU.'ff I
itld '. rIt$ Uta BOOKS of subscription the capital -- ..A 27jand North-West quarter oftie North-East &
: Benton is overthrown glor-i l. t' in4 .Ja1) aU r I
lyj Let hat bal1 roll o'q-Jterlfm City : of the Atlantic and'Gulf Bail Road Adlbla..ft..dce.' quarter and North.East'quarfer6f; N $] -W b iJ 1 ik-beat8 otdt I .e

a?! .11dro4litGR Company, will be opened in the City ol St. Augustine SIX monthsuntsndvoucheratotheJIon.Judge afterdate, Jball:present my ao : rter'Seet on 34 Tx>WMhtpi9 Sou zi- laeD t8 'tiU.- __ ,._6" .: j
l 0"
. t at the office ofWm. A. Forward,.Esq, of 17 East_' Levied on by Jenl :; t ;,. 14- .. .. ,1Y\1'D..f&C.J. ". (1'
" 25th Probate' for .I'n/tnn' iiOf: aMII5ettI. Cobtabt to ,.C .It! ato+ .;_ O .L .
Hampshire legislature paase4 a law. at nine o'clock, A. M, on Tuesday the day : satisfy sundry ExecntIqn y I
:111. .lPrson conrit of""murder the IJrstl of September next, and will be .ontinued open meat,a11cl';.PP,1--lor' d_ .. ., .'. dUtj"j.w. 'tiohi-thejustjca. COuKjttijiY 1 fJun' mt.1tf-Oe"V It..1.. V '4 :,
Dt ". ', '/ ,;- tor ofthQ.estti1 of Samuel.BJfU l"tJate.ol 'N.il'. "o th th l"2d "' 1\1 i .(' 4"il.. ',. '
l |? T1 o* executed within one year from. until the whole stock is taken. lfJ -' ...A'.I. 1) > < .
.Ct tJ'; SKce of dutfc was passed. A simiftmiM In behalf of. the Commissioners' .. <' "-*. ndc', H t1flty1GeorgJa,deceised.' f;.. =.'849.. .(J.t 1."H N.,M. MOODY M- 1'U"ONDOfPOBTri-A.. ,s .f '

I IA Maine k" sjiq ed to the abolition .- ?. .: P. fcYULEE,'. L .I't -wM.D.. BEANCH.jadnyr. 11 t & .Beaton. 'entity.- L'ItlEED.. f : #: ,,I .

Wf'niahment-1- ': ''> .... Angust'25, 1S49 fs.tf 'tc J" ;"" ,ktft: il. < Marion Co., August 4, 1849. 6m July 21,18 49. tdi D't. 9 tf ; VV .
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(' -1.J.'' (1;4' ,11.1:, 'l i i P&OCLAT1BTGOYEB1OL .JACKSONVILLE' A.DEit i;'i 0 V ARME060CCCPATiON iAST l OTIti3 ; Jsl zhez'comjced I,'ixnabtetowal;' MiidwS"'t.Ij SS1 _

" :r. : '' .: b13'4't4 458 T .UZIEBTBE AR1IEDI j OCCIJEATION uaing'oueimmediately"beato i B nti '

:i '!* rv' .. .'r. .:t ".i" ,' ? ." ?ACXr Th undersigned.*Agie of.the Interior, her complaints left her" Npm1't

(. ;" 1l .irfll attend at. .fol1owmi places,OD.the daysspotted ral .bottles ebels IZidatt -
.)y" c f'ii' 'belowintake .and receive ilproofs by: restored' Beilt ,
'l' : .. case thought,it might d '' t'i "
: 'de p tl J; foe him in relation tto the settlement -, She used a number 1IOd tt J
, t .,'J.t : who obtained .of r thafd
; '.' .'. and occupation"aflpersona no good .'
< :,..1"J .no t". -.. THIS INSTITUTION wILL BE OPENED ON periita under the actofcongressefltl'tied ; Tou : < .

rtf".. !.t.,. !'1- '.". .tr ..- ..' .t, '- .: the first 0t.c1ayiD\r11.next,at 9 o'clock, A.JL,. ''An act provide for'hi.armedoccupa.t rJOHN'MUttEN: : ; r

f:4t .' :."';.! ',' Election,Of Slate Senators.' in Jacksonville, EastFlrida. tion and settlement'of the unsettled part,of the' TO .' ."

))tJ' 't' \ ,... VACANCY having occurredln. theoffice Separate rooms'will, fee fitted up for the accommodation 'Peninsula of Florida,", appro 44th.A guSt GREAT t. TIIE.L.&II ,

111.J: ;r ,: ; A of State Senator in the el tg1 Senatorial yqung.Lads and,Misses, here 1242 and who "were occupants'under,that'act FEMALE,tl Pl. ,_

Jt, I: 1. ": Dutrict by the death of Hon.James H;T.:Loriner they 'will' be instructed In the:'Elementary and and theract'aniendatoz7; thereof approved June' DR.TQWNSltD'S SAau"anJ.\ OJ

\,{lcl ";t .p'z41 ;' ,'and in the thirteenth Senatorial district by 'higher'branches bran'English. and classical ,15th,,.1844 and who settledor occupied under' and speedy cure for,indpie

.tii tr ..: )l: "thl rrognfl ion'of HonVJ.P.SandersonBlsoin :'Education; and"young men.wlfl be .fitted,,for said ac and.:did not voluntarily relinquish!or' for the general prostration of t

pI1: : : :".Ii e ; "- the fifteenth Senatorial district'by: "resignation College dr/for jprotessional life, lathe Latin and' abandon the same,',but/continued' .reside oh :AN'ENTIRELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND. matter whether the reautt ofiAh- (I

rlt; t i Lt ;F > olHon. Louis Aldrich:',It it hereby Ordered, 'Greek classics, and in' 'the .Philosophical! >and. said frontier s outh-of the line dividing .Towhships'nunibers' or causes, produced by irregj -
,.I .' I ;. t ; ,That an election be held in said districts on Mathematical s ieJi a .: nine and ten, south and east,of :HIS'MEDICINE prepared a regular accldeDt. tJ_ m.:

f"l' 4t; i i .tt ; Monday;the first day of October next, to fill Angms,' the;base line)specified in the act,of 1842, thereby I Physician, and is the result of an exten'sive climate Nothing can be more n riaiaa .

:)- ,I .f .aid yacancies.k ,THIC will be divided into four quarters, aiding toeffecttheobje ts of said act .viz: practice of several' years Jn a bilious. jigorating effects on;'the JLumaa t1a

i : f I'; )'; ip ; 'Given under my hand, and the seal of; ,of about TSAR 12 weeks each. with inte"ening.Taca- At Newnansville, Alachua county, on Mon Those who have used it themselves need, or sons weakness: and 1uaitudttfllla pt 4at

, '.1f., ::t.'t 4r;; the State Florida, at the'Oapi.tx4p tions. The day will have two sessions: the first day, 7th May. i' seen its salutary ffects upon others no'f once become robust and fall or taliat'k

I :r. 1.jtI ... .. .. 'tol in the City Tallahassee,, this from 9'tot2M.j atwLthe second, from 3.to 5Jf.M. At St Angustine, St. Johns' county, on Tues I rth rvideiice of its great value The health' influence., immediately; ,
f 4 A.TX 1849 and ; of thousands has been perfectly restored by eou
26th of June
rc.1! K 2$ i. [UAL.3] day Wednesday mornings will be appointed to.exercises daythMay.J \ .> nervelessness ofthe femal "
{ r 't : ,.i. ,' 't. '73d year of American'In'dejpendenes. ., in English, composition and declama- At Pilatka, Putnam (pounty1'o"n'Tuesday" 22dAt'Meilonville : this medicine, when all' ,other remedies have great cause.of barrenness. frmellAh.- .

..f". x". .p, a.r "May H.1 :L ui 1 11f L r dIed: Its'operation is not simply to suspendthe i. Itjirillnot; be expected."otu'I'
't10n. ,
,} .1 .' D.MOSELEY: 1 : f. disease for lime but to purify the system -
w. Orange county on Tuesday29th a delicate nature '
.'.\' 1' .' ;!'It. After the.first term,nc pupil will be received, a ,to exhibit! ;:
:' : .t Attest A. E. MAXWELL, Sea State. the session May and restore it to sound and\perfect health.A performed but we
1; ;#!t. :'f \ except at l.. r.tbe.l,eginning of I can aaau1't.&htalictea
1 : July 7 '49. t oct At Ocala Marion county, on Monday, 18th, email Treatise on the "causes, treatmentand hundreds olcues haTe
; 1t. ::': : : ..and'9Pui: for less:than.one term. .' and other diseases of beeD
and to.
of fever ,
*" cure J
', June. :. "j ague .Da.TowztsND: M1"itebebJ
Ji .ij iJ. ..4'j:;t Executive Department., ,'l? Tuition' : At Lake Lindsay- Benton. .county. on Monday., bilious'climates.," may be,had gratis of the un- tressed by wtaknesaan4.pnnaJ ) fa

; 1"'!.: ,,"i :' AaAao.aj Jtm 26th, 1849. 1AN Reading;Writing ahd-Arithmetic $6,00 '25th June. I" 'dersigned.. suffering continually bypj'dicuIties dbifltj
.: GENLLLORDiIt&J Higher English studies, '- 8,00 Also certificates from men of the a d t1
: At Fort Fanning, Levy 'county, on Monday, numerous and
/ : :.4:'t ". election'is hereby ordered to be held in 'Philosophical and Classical studies, 10,00 the 9thJuly. :) ; highest respectability, testifying ,to the great medicine has hningkno1rDeaaes.len*
: ofthe Florida ? i One half the price of tuition,'according to At Monday I efficacy of this medicine can be seen on appli- e&tl'C1IJq"
t'r.: ", r;: the first Division Militia will be in advance Tampa, Hillsborough county, on hearing it recommended for R -JL1.1. Qc
\.1.lr i j t 1i;\, n-the first Monday in October next, at the pla studies pursued balance',at the end expected of each term. 30th, July. cation' to described, I obtained a bottle oSSifclof

\', I. .!;,1 to, f ces appointed by law for the election of County and Board the will be provided in ,Town' at reason At. Key West, Monroe county,.on Monday, T. O. HOLMES & CO., Sarsaparilla and felloved tke diJte&aa L,

.J'i 'r.t ] '\ Officers, for a Major General command said .ble rates month for Pupils from the .country 13th August.' Agents for Jacksonville and Vicinity. gave me. In a short period it reawJC:

1u.i; ,;A Division, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the. jl and per Parents and, 'Guardians,'who may desire At Miami. ,.,Dade' county, on Monday 20thAugust. Jacksonville, Feb. 24,1849. 6m plaints and restored her to health .L"

r\, ,. 'ft.resignation of Gen. William Bailey. avail themselves of the facilities of this ; grateful for the benefit she ,recei1e4"
't' }: And an election is hereby''ordered to be held to At F Pierce, St. Lucie'county, On Monday3d DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT pleasure in thus
oftheir children acknowlednjucit.
f 1';. in the second Division of the Florida Militia on Institution for1he.education September! 1t,1I4_
) 1.' : : SARSAPAIULLA. mending it to the -
assured that exertion public. -
i be no r'M.
$ .t \f the first Monday October next at the places and others, ma' All persons interested, and who have not already D.
will be spared ta:ensure health, comfort and This Extract is'put up in quart bottlis-itig MOORE cor. of Grand 4 L1di1l1tL
r law for the election"of County Officers I made their proof are requested to have
:t \ t: :I appointed by in knowledge all who may be six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior AlbanyApg. 1844. .
General to Command said Division progress and to*
for their witnesses ready come :prepared
: : a Major
1Jfl1. .-1.'i : the care"of the ,,to sold. It cures diseases without TO MOTHERS
1' entrusted to Principal.RUFUS"L any AND M RB1ED
'w : 'J ; a-: to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation prove their,cases fully.' Settlers on lands heretofore LJDlll
'i' .. SEWALL, PrincipalN. vomiting,purging,sickening debilitating the patient This'Extract 01
; of James G. unsurveyed will now have an opportuni- Sarsaparilla baa IItt a
: 'i : i, : Gen. Cooper. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to their lands. ,and is pu.rticu1arlyadapted for a ly prepared in reference to female atK
Officers Brigades Regiments to
identify '
.' i-i' commanding ty .
i ; ( 1 provide e&t8.and. desk 'Chainare recommen FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. :Ko female who has
reason t' it
f" Battalions 'and Companies within the State HUGH ARCHER supple tit b
; I .
1..I. t
'J ded. [Republican copy.] The'great beauty and superiority of this Sar proaching that critical
period "Ulet
;' are hereby required to carry into effect this or- Agent'ofihe Interior.April tD ofUfy
I May 19 1849. > tfSTATE saparilla over all other remedies is, it eradicates should neglect to' take it it ,
: t" t 1', ; (a 4er within the limits of their respective com 28, 1 49.\. tloct; as a etrUa m.
w: and make returns according to law.r disease, it invigorates the ventive for any ofthe numerous uikonuli
t r/ ;. ..-. y m a4s. D.MOSELEY. OF .FI.OBIOA.To : .R.. R. REID. & CO. body, consumption cured, diseases to which female are subject it tS
4t...f .:r. It: All' to whom these Presents shall come.WHEREAS'Lawrence I cleanse and strengthen time of life. This'
r ,
.; ...i ; ': : July 7,,'49.._ tloct UretinL' : 1j1ESSR8: R.'R. REID: & CO. having leas: be Cured period may be'defejti b
consumption several
f' years by using this medicine
) of S t. -iTi ed the Wharfand buildings attached, Ketait
.t:.. m.': ', ', "CROTON BUILDINGS." Ryan has applied are now prepared in connection with 'their 'bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, less valuable for those who are approval
: from the.Es colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting womanhood as it is calculated
tate of Church Therefore all ,
George deceased of blood,soreness lathe chest,' by quickening the blood and
: :', BT MACHINERY. interest (Lare hereby notified to file MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT hectic flush sweats difficult invigwahsj tii
persons night Indeed
system. medicine is
; do GENERAL inVahiue&r
fefet; to a COMMISSION
: : ; : their'objections, if any theyhave; to the issuing -. or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which women

.. : ;ii' H.,_ j. I,' Stctft't J1. Jttt1r, of said Letters six months after date, other- BUSINESS and painin It braces the whole system are subject.
,fr' "f.j\, J : ''i.J* ',,' OTnHUfaeturer.' wise said Lawrence, Ryan 'will be discharged Their charges are established by the Savan the side&c., ently the natural energies4y rene1'l
aah rJ.tes.They .
't"-.I ", .. byvirtue of these presents. have and
'ft1 : impurities of the body-not sofaritunJitag
t'7' the of the U. Mail
!a .::.:! 1 ': G. J. B. would invite the'particular attention Witness my name and seal of office, are Agents S. can becured. the system as to produce a subsequeJi
: ; 4f hii friends and merchants visiting N.York. [L. I.] this 25th June, A. D. 1849. Steamers at this place, and are now enabledto tion which is the
.. l. :? .i offer to the Planter case of most medic ea Q.
!WJ %vv(1. .t!:. ,1 W:'.I to give him a call at his new and. spacious.Man WILLIAM, CRABTREE., and'the ev Public
r: } t/ :' ':;'' .factory and Warehouse, Jun 30 '49.6mHOLMES Judge Probate, Duval county. Goods consigned generally.to their care will be received been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF THE HEART. IVP.

f.t\ "' i? ;. f": : Yf... 149, and 144 Broadway' and forwarded with ,despatch. as this; it cleanses, and strengthens the TUBE AND DROPSY.' -

(, :-r:} ,. .4{j ( CROTOH BUIlDIGS, ) Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situ system and appears to heal the ulcers on the NEW YOZE,July,22,'1841.
.'1\ '. ','. '." ',, Cedar' where here &1 CO. ted convenientto the Wharf. lungs, and the patients! gradually regain their I DK. TowNSETiD-Dear Sir: M1' 1I'itilu
and streets
between Liberty ,
1 ,
4 rtr "'' j.. ( ; HOLMES & CO.,' have removed Palatka St.John's River E. F. usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease of tie hearl ud
t4 t ;t-: : "f.t will always be found the most extensive assorV.z14L MESSRS. [January 13, I
I"-t. ment of -,of Merchandize to the large 1849; ly CURIOUS' CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for over fift ei 1'D.
'. .. <'.. building formerly occupied by the United States, is scarcely a day'passes but there area I the greater 'part of the time. Sle hu beG

w\.ff :ji' ,,, ;.; -: 'UMBRELLAS, PARASOLLS, known as the ,Government, Building. They Parker's Patents fr Improve number of cases of Consumption reported as 1. troubled with shortness breath and gmt fiut.
". ; "( t. have added their 'the late arrivals cured the of Dr. teringtf the heart which las been T
!J.j .t ,,::4 /( PARASOLETTS AND SUNSHADES I to stock by meats Hydraulic. P wer.ALL by use Townsend's s Sarsaparilla.The J&
\ f from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods., PERSONS infringing or violating the following was recently received: tressing, and has frequently been unable

: t ,t.h, ,"' f!d: Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &c, Patents are cautioned not to pay DR. TOW -Dear Sir : For the last leave her bed. The ruptsie was veTj.lirg,

.J\i.*:'K'. ; ri.i; .t his own celebrated manufacture, for sale in which they are prepared to sell at reduced I for said infringements, >or violations to Lyman three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost etery renieijy fcr

-tt t:' :: :...Jt/.. any quantity, and at greatly reduced prices. prices. .- a I Merchant Daniel Humphrey and Thomas J. debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit \lneaile

t, %! ';." G. J. B. pledges himself that Umbrellas and They are' now' 'prepared,/to purchase Cottons, I Barney, or either,of (hem acting as my agents, stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three bottles of your eietllnt

': ,:rf; 'lip ..'=. ''-<' Parasols from the "Croton Manufactory" shall Hides, and overproduce'of the country, at the i. under a power of Attorney, dated on the 18th all. After going through ,a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of tie djstut

te.4 l j ., ':,. .1'. : fct A No. 1 in every respect. highest Market rates, 'and'make"casl advances day January, 1848, as said power of Attorneywas under the care of some of the most distinguished theheart, and the rupture has alsosf a
; .> July '49. to their friends in Savannahand and members of the tirely disappeared. '
''' '' : consignments revoked by me on the 23d day of April, regular physicians
: 'Ir w,.f It ,fI"J.'f. ,;!r?.: "" Charleston, or New York. 1849.. ZEBULON PARKER, Patentee. Board Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, and v
.,'l, .:.,'\.. ,t" ", ..1* .iI A (DAI&B. They have a new article of Wrought Iron Newark, Ohio, May 19, 1849. 3mos and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had, 1:0 idea that ill ewld
o" < which would call to regain health and after reading be so benefited as she had such ccmplicaiioa I
< < ; t LADY, who has had several years experience Ploughs-to they respectfully. my : a
4'' ,: ,';./l: :. ';' A; in a finishing school for Young Ladies I the attention otPl' nters. To Farmers and Dairymen. in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it has,as strange'as iu majap. 1
.' Jacksonville Nov; 6 1846. tf .I to it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1
,' \ '. : :e ,is desirous to reside in Florida; and, therefore & EMERSON'S PATENT DOU try am aim
'! e.i .: V; "'Jf" wishes to take.c4ar e of an Academy for ANTHONY G nOTARY CHURN, peculiarly I done me great good, and.called to see yon at that this statement is 'so stncge as to IFF
: :' .! Young Ladies or to hear of some healthy pleasant 'Rlall.Arrangemelit..' adapted to Warm Cliinaiea. as it prorlucea: but- : your office ; with youradvice I kept onr and do almost like fiction. but it is. neTerlieless wla '
i- '
/:; 0' Northern tr as' ea.ilyfrom 89Vt'l"t milk as from cream. Jn mast heartiIythankyou foryour advice. .1 reality. Your Safsaparilla' is certainly swl!

t.il..t _. :f! town, in which sufficient encouragement The Mail arrives every Sunday and persevere
41f.Ie; f;:,. '". I fi will be given her to establish school for Young Wednesday by three' o'clock P. M.,'und closes bringing this, effectual confidence and simple in its Chum into u.'e,,the 'in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and sLonld be 'used ly every
proprietors feeling capabilities do
!' J, 1 ,s. 'r Ladies, in which will be taught all, the Branches on Tuesday and Friday,mornings'at, 7 o'clock. not hesi atc'to'pronounce the'tie churn ever offer. able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have been. Ifazj

')\ "J ;;". of a complete Education, together with The Southern Mail arrives on Monday and eb to the public. The Chnrn on exhibition at the four months, and i hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they aw at liberty to

) rl ',.; ;: }.: Music French,Painting,Embroidery,&c. References Tuesday nights, and closes on Sunday and Wednesday Agtpcy, and.your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demonstration

.3 4t: as regards ,her success,and capability mornings at 11 o'clock. NO. 2. JOHN STREET. helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours, respectfully' ,

.fJ': .e i '1s.: # aa teacher, will be given. Any one wishing to The 'Western Mail is due on. Tuesday and second story corner, of Broad WilY, New York city. knew my case., CHARLES QUDI] Y. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 Jl1mtHt
:! ; her services who the. abof o'm 7'o'clock and closes And in order to convince ihe incredulous and satisfy Orange, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 184i. -
;; ::.. "if: engage or can give e Friday rningsj; by on the curious at TWELVE O'CLOCK DAILY. ,
i" ;. d: ., information can get her'address by apply ing tit Sunday and Wednesday mornings at 11 o'clock. CHURNING WILL BE MADE. State of New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DTSPEPSY. -

r,, .i the Editor of the "Jacksonville News." The Mail from Nassau Court House arriveson The public are'invited to call and examine the ma- Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever been dncOTtr

;; June 3d, 1S48. 3m every Tuesday afternoon and closes on Sun' chine, and see its utility tested. It combined the following l. his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gastricjnirt
: : ; ,: day morning at 11 o'clock. valuable! qualities: true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and strengtienitj

;;.. fiberitt's Sale. MARK BUTTS. Postnasttr. 1st. It produces butter less time than any other belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs of digestion as 'this preparation of
; ; WILL' be'sold before the Court House, in Jacksonville, Jnly, '49Administratrix Churn,making it and gathering it from sweet milk in Swornanc subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarapanlla. It positively cures every. cite of
Town of Jacksonville on.the first from three to eight minutes, and from
1 cream much the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howeversevere or chronic.
Monday in August, next, between' the. usual, Notice. less time. Justice of the Peace BANK DEPARTMENT. ALBACY, May 10. 1845.
: :S.. i: hours of sale the to wit 2d. It produces more butter from the same amount'
following prop erty; :- ,MONTHS-after date I shall present my of milk ,than the DE.TOWNSEND-Sir: I have been afflicted
or cream ordinary method it does
$Iw t ( ;r one certain lot of land, with the appurtenances SIX accounts and vouchers to' the.,Hon. the I i its work in a more thorough and scientific manner.as TWO CHILDREN 54 VE.D. for several years with dispepsia in iii ont

; : q thereto belonging,situated in said Town of Jacksonville Judge of Probate of Columbia county for a final -. 3d. his the cheapest and roost convenient Churn Very few families indeed-in fact we have form, attended with sourness of 'stoi&aci:Iott

: : and known on the plat of said Town settlement and discharge from the administration -I ever' invented, ,involving!: ,the true philosophical prin.cipesotbutcr not .heard of one-that 'used Dr. Townsend's of appetite, extreme heartburn, and'a PUt

aa Lot No. 3, in square No. 10. The Western of the.te.ot'John'C. Smith, 'late of making. Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food, and', for>teU
i;'f Z boundary line of said lot commences on Bay.st. said county, 4th. New milky after ,being churned, is sweet aad summer, while those that did not sickened and (whatI could eat) I have been unable retaia

;& and runs thence Northerly 105 fcet't to, the deceased.ELIZABETH SMITH. suitable" for family use. died; The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach hIftieth.

k j. : Southernmost line of Lot No. 6, in said square By A. ALLEN, Ag't : from 5th the:: Instead cow-churned'offeeding'sweet the milk calf wiM with answer milk direct evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they had"but little cr20

s :; No. 10; thence Southerly 78 feet: thence Eastwardly ,June 1618491, :'_6m purpose. By this weans the butter is ail profit.every' instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I was iadw*

tr ; 7, fee ,- thence, Southw rdlr'27'eef; We offer it upon following terms: If the Churn DR.TOWNSEND-Dear ,Sir: I had two chil- ed, about two months since, to try yotirExtnriof

'h. %' thence Westwardly along said, Bay street 4) ., Land for Sale.! does'not prove as recommended, it may be returned dren cured by your Sarsaparilla,of the summer Sar&iparilla, and I must gay with little cos*

: feet to the place of beginning. Being bounded FOR SALE,between nine and ten thqu and the money will be,refunded.. complaint and' dysentery one was only 15, fidence ; but after using nearly two bct1U,I
: : .n the North by lot No., 6 aforesaid, and by a .sand acres of Land situated in Nassau* \Ve have constantly sizes, $3 9ff f 5ro.$9, and
portion of said lot No. 3. on the East by $12. capable of.
ap9r- partly near Nassau and 'St.Mary's : ( very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed and" Would "'earnestly recommend
'r'. tion of said lot No. 3 on the Sooth Bay. si County, partly near churning at one time If, 3j. 5j. 10, 15,,and 20 gallons ,
: JtiTers, being a portion the Waterman of milk cream. :AhM, churns of any size made to die; they were given up by two respectable the use of it to those who 'hi",bed
the West said .
i. and of lot'lTo. 3.
1 :A .. ; on by a portion Grant. The; above is heavily; timbered pine order. physicians. When,the doctor informed us that afflicted as I have beenYours, &&.

;'' S &idpropertyIeviedon{ to sati, f"'two'fifa. isued -(' land, conveniently,situated upon water courses,' Exclusive country right t manufacture arid sell we must lose them we resolved to try your 1' W. W. VAN ZANPl'.
4( from the Circuit Court for Duval ,
county; with the exception 'of about five hundred acres in the States of North and South Carolina, Georgia Sarsaparilla We had heard so much of, but had N. B.: Purchase none but such as hare imp*
k. J udgem n s of foreclosure obtained at,the May ,of heavy hammock' land upon'the :St: Mary's and Florida, for sale at about therate of one hundred little, confidence, there being so much stuff advertised ers that hide the bottle completely ind tot
: Torn thereof one in favorofjohn S. Sammis dollars for't 10,000, inhabitants.
a River. The whole' oranytportion'will be sold' that worthless: but we ,are the written signature of 8.P TOWNSEKP.
the other .favor Terms Cash A discount of 25 very ,
& sad in Sidney Wintrlnghain : ,per cent allowedto
c : c ,, cheap. for,cash. ,Apply.tov; ;. the trade. thankful,that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office, 126 FuJton-st.SDn BuildIDr1
; THOMAS LEDWITH "'',, ;:, .. WILLIAM HICKMAN.Jacksonyille.March All orders;postage paid,addressed to the subscri thelives; both. write this ,that others may N. Y.; Redding & co. 8 Stale-et. Boston; tyott
; 17 1849. ber, will be attended be induced to use it. Yours & 132 PhUadelp&i&i S
; Sheriff of Duval county.Jaekaonville tf promptly to. respectfully, sons North Second-st.
Jane ids .' I T. DOUGLASS; Ap'nr. JOHN WILSON. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore;' D iOI & C04

,L P 1 % -.---------- 30,1849.- ; --------- -iv .Ii'Lr4 No."""ai":2 John. street,corner of Broadway N. Y.' Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15,1847. Richmond; P. M. Cohen, ulestoDrWJ1g
.tf.fc; ,.", ,!Sheriff's. Sale. 41 TIThSUBSCR1BER has leased the,; July 2m.CORDIALS LUNATIC ASYLUM. & co. 151 Chartres-st.New Orleans: 105 Bomb

t4 1 ; t "I'XTILL be sold before the Court- House door, EaLHousefonneriy! ,occupied by Mr. Hatch on'' I &c. -Maraschino James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st.Albany' R. Van Buciirl;'292 "cor.'oi

r44rv 'y. :- in *the Town. of Jacksonville; >on-the Bay street;, (known' as Hart's. old Boarding Vy AbsyntUe, -Lemon SyrupRaisins, Curacao Cit, in the'Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell's Island is the Market. and Broad-sts.Newark, N T. and by

; first Monday of August next between the usual House,) undUs? now' prepared to'aOcthbdate.[! ron, Currants ; PreservedGinger: ; Fresh, Sal- gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Drnggists, and!-Merchants; generillj

t' hours of sale, the following property, to wit- an1"hotma.Y,8: e t to patroiiize'hiin:, and assures I mon nd Lobster in cases, Sardines; Olives. Capers RifE UMA TISM. throughout the United State West Indies w
411 4 Slaves Ten aged about 25 them: that'no.palt:1 will be'spared 'toen'suretheir : ; This is the Canada .REED.Agent
4: years, Amy, a* Currant JelJyifElackbVrry Jam only'one of more than four thousand' .A. M.
r1 bout 12 John, 7 Louisa 5 and Thomas .... comfort. A commodious stable at ; Jujube 'Jacksonville; norifcFebruary
3. of
tached to the : Paste,Refined Liquoricelt }&c:? :For sale by cases rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sar
Levied upon as the property.of Joshua Hick- lion wilb establishmentj- every atten Dec. 9 'tt r"- "A. M.REED. saparilla has cured-The' most severe and 26, 1848. '' ly
? j4 deceased and > bepaidtothe horses'.of.those t travel -
roan pointed out,bl,. William. chronic cases are weekly .eradicated it's
4 Hictaiin;one'of the Executorsof said deceased, 'lers who may' think.proper.. to$fop with him.: SPENDERS CAKE B, virtues : by extraordinary STATE 'FL BID'A.
43 i .;: ? : fi.fa issued from the : T 'k 'A..W. RICHTON, ;
to satisfy a
; : ,Circuit Court IJLACKWELL'S
i '- -S '.o t'ila\u" : ISLAND Sept. :
ntJl 14,1847.
:' i ef Duval county wherein Wni Baileyj; administr&tordebcnia -> 4ekBonvilleE.FiiDec.2l1848. -,- '. / ., r. .' 0.1- ,11 ', ;*. .tf. I : ,: : DR. TOWNSENI* Dear'Sir: I have suffered In the Circuit;i :: Court '.of Columbia
nonofJohnBa1lnc is the ; Jacksonville; Fla.Jos '
dj nine' with'
terribly for years the rheumatism
Plaintiff -'and' JotIce.Zuri 'Mo.th :after' elate ; County,-_May Term, 1849.-
,Putnam/William t \ 1 shall BAJtE- considerable of the time I could not.eat sleep ,
HiokmuiIsaiah P.'HartjlStecbtors:of .Joshua I '!present my accounts and Vouchers Adjninistratorof :\MoRosEfcT' "' ; !S.. SPINCER.' 'or work; I had the'most distressing .Present th EonnabhJohn,0 T 11Ia''Xng14I ,.l'iJl
w m btfU. deceased, arlefexi ntS.% u:4 'Y thesXstateof Francis Richard; \Jan..6$9j.-- ,, tff. t.<,.ly, -, '] my limbs wero'terribly"swollen. I have.,used and .. ), .
hI'- late Putnam Mitchell
T-THO Ctountyfdeceased ,
theHonorai .
A.S'LEDWITH.f four bottles'of and -
Sherifi'of DUJ t.1' ble Judge of,Probate of said county!for a final' .j CHARLES .DEWAAL done 'your' Sarsaparina.'thousand they have vs. 5 MoU6n. ;-to etab11IhJUJP'James ,
me more than one -
Jl1 5C' dollars worth'of -
3&seLl1ei.,_ . 30.'iS49 Wer& >settlemeptof said & a p I shaJL at the ,, :, .4'1J TIIOiv..EER. ) irnent.ORDERED .
,- ,," ..G ,' nWotice. '! mmfeon same, goodlam'o'mnchbeqer.. Indeed I am J aihis case,be coAtinnrd w
rneppl1lWtetter of > u h ,, ; J'4CK80NYILLE E. F. I
A.4B ...1SIXJrlONmB entirely"relieved.. areat"liberty'to ,
Rlstrat r'. : "A.4Qli.n 8t cf which use next Term oi the Court. On BOtion:6f
k :.._.. il. tor alhpersbns interested r nB LEflanypart.fth County. attended this for the benefit of the afflicted : .' titieo
-wl". M.1 a h'a11id..T nt 4nsaidEat.e4esired't.otake: noticed andjrespectaUysolicited..t.. Mitchell.Attorney for P ,
1I k .. : my Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS, and'it to the aiirpondent. *
o1i .ltl& II the.3u4 I HE.Ni.D..IF.E.B.NANDEZ, Adm'r. 4. : Jacksonville e May 6,1 848"' COULD NOT appearing court tbatr the *
otPro e,1'ot ULeC ntt t Al "liT. 1'.t; '.nuiry2p1.49 ''' 1I .'1. ,! 6m v I; "._ WALK. .resides beyond tbeimiteosba:
That '
Dr. '
4 U. P1.1 ...ri&lIcM i1& .' IRAGIJ2S. msr.OJtY' .OF!IHE.FLORIDA JI .: iIMIc] CG1 ,,.> i iJ iOF rybest Townsend's Sarsaparillais the ve- It is ordered,that.a.:hearing'upon said Pttititf
aiIalOJlt ai'AdI : ) 1 complaints' ,there is be Bad on tbrda ofthe el tUi
; l'f cun thA E.tUe" 't ro'1VA .Ar.weJl 1. AM. ,'t't .
.1 'OUCRIPTIctri "
no thousands *
d .. '\.ir. disputing; and thousands'bf Court 1 Ap4'ina' .
WifflO&tThoM; ea: 'ifd.b tr ; ,NentIyzecued'as further ordered, that .vatified
ILertby1de'fo l1 C1i1r'\ jI .'I"p 1"1-4.'t'I'' 0.....sbJs''i". ...u."A .08lee.....-.. weakanddebilittied:! feriJa'that 'Were pros,- copy'' of this order be, pullisbeA CZ'

4 I ahal1 then pray thaC.t 'Ii fA t :Gi'iG1l l tl9W:k\Dgf! i(ido: ble;barre _d..tnl'.tbt tJu.'j'8"tl'' J..l rate4bp'those(diseases to 'whi h female are1snbjeekwerasoon paper in this circuit, for,.the:space of thr*

tate be made r.mOD .. He1lib 'W''In: .o'J :OUUpeio. .. 'S'qUaJitf,,( ; G 81.1 1.1'_'1Bti.r' date'Ihjflj ;'tto : in the enjoypient'of: ,robust' 'months. ._ r .
.. SCME ppJ1. health. % f > t
'it. -
wi "
tkoadeWledtothej "gS S .f.t J'IHj3 Jb.Hopotegri Jadg ot:Columbia' ; J I certify.the jibov*.tobea true=1'1 tJuD '
r. i i ,uv<4 ALLEN THOMAS. /I "'ft/- t' '- -. ri4JDl8m f n' u.nty' MB/.k-ff.Jwra.. .*. ? Newro.a ; Sept'231847.1 Records of id,COJ1.&. < r <' '* :

l :M1torofWmOjY ; .T ONDON PQRXBE4W SCQTCULE. r tJl b'B iiryCl a8A4mun1sttoucotv't&1 t8 Jd 41:B< TOWN8ICNJo-Dea, iMrwife,fcas'for '" Witness 'my hand anjd the,. lofzaldCoezti

.4 : fl1TJt -.-'- ..J..J tr r"l.1J.t1.: 1'.1.c=" At'BEED. \ ,.. Pased. .1JOHN' .'FON&j? .the last yearubeeriiye>y;sick;'1dln greatly .this 2d 4ay ofJnn,149.;',* < v j

.J.L, .lJ ,> J ,; H'11ftQII.O ,.! 1 Dft. : ., .t, :.6 .\. tt Jazi. 2'1f ta.,3.! "i:iHi .0. '11; : : reduced;ltate, off health,.being reductd;by'a w. 8. RBOItOl1GJI.CJ r t''

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