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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: September 1, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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7 All adfrd ementi must be paid for before- inKrtJon.wileM -' great tension shall have: irritated the! fprts, do not ask their' prayers sp much II : loteHeve liaf- the .

bj a regular eustom r. Bj; referring nerves to such a degree that they: for the triumph ,of,the Magyars( for : : : always!, victor. fobs, the _
to our terms,tbe requisite mm maybe ascertained fuse to obey the,will,. and ,thus.the'ot-' the life of Kossuth, for Hungary'''can : .terrorists,'Kos. I
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lid transmitted with the advertisement.gy gtnism destroys itself. I do' not express ', not!be'cpn'qaeretl: so long as this:incomprehensible : lcOundrel,"hil. '

Adrerrisomenu not marked with the nnmbetrfiaseroons myself clearly, bat 'wordS 'will being;'whose name' is Ko* : was_ ;,the ;statesman. of .

required,will becontinned until forbid serve no further. But to our labors. sutb, is spared, though Russians and preserver of1:social I.or- _

ind charged for. for all I had scarcely taken my place when Austrian' enter the country by myriads, J time he wastreotin? t: ;
announce- .
jrj: 'Fi e dollars will be charged I he began :to dictate a 'letter to Bern for and though thousands, of our brethren for centuriej sol* :

BetJt candidates for ofhce.: $10 00 I me to write, and so we"were employed fall as, sacrifices of Freedom., He is : ; f ch afmf'r jl'tatba]!
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One square to Debtors and Creditor, s t '7 00 some four hours, during which I wrote ,the, image of Liberty, Equality: and I the* 'playthib: j 8*!of in- ,
Jfrtice for Letters Administration 5 00 two letters and each of my three colleagues Fraternity: ; he. is, the incarnate spirit ; to: be: iir wnv side '

Application religious notices will be inserted gratui l three:, all by his dictation ; he Justice ;' 'he is Washington of i: i jNever. .waa'the-) policy s
u11. himself had in the meantime preparedtwo Hungary, and so Etjen Kossuth .hand i. As 'long as
.. dispatches one' for Perczel the ( is at the.head of
"IU.a All eommunicaijoni must 1e addressed to .
C. GlLtSTT. VMtOft pU.J3 .. other for (.om rfl. Serfdom' in Russia s : cot possible. No one : .
COOSTOI:All tdmijsable! personal communications wilt After nine o'clock he left us work in The campaigns of 1813-15 are ,and every:one knows
abundance for the whole and went : 10 kindle .general": .
advenisrments.jU day. known to have about
,,charged as brought important :: '!:** a
.All! bills for Job Printing,.must be paid on the with the MinistersSzemere and Dus- I changes constitution. ,Russian !object/. '". :b<:...{ 't, ,

.1.1iytrJ 01 the work. chek, who came for him.to, the House society an'd In the relations of the. nobles Kingdom;a r 4

of Representatives, taking along ,with I and serfs. Before'that period, the Journal gives'ihefol.' '
;;; ----N.I; by I. ecft.ar-A Bar him some papers, on which he had I more numerous'land less wealthy class the events which have '
!. hi. CaMael.Extract made several memoranda.He I : _
of the Russian nobility, intrenched. the" past ,three orffour -
from a Magyar Letter dated came back about 4 o'clock in the traditional.customs and '
exclusively national of::country in the n.t ih.
! DEBAECZIN, June 1849, translated afternoon, accompanied by several Representatives manner, ,had a. very imperfectidea ?, andiwHtcfieave .

I and communicated The Tribune, by with whom he had a con- of the iraiernal'civilizaiion of the : of the press of 11

. Dr. Gabor JTapkcgyi. ference of two hours, answering their West-serfdom s not then; or1 at an : some time;past,r:::
I -As you are already aware, at the questions and suggestions; this did earlier period, the tremendous evil it MOSQUITO- KpGD.9l- S iS

very beginning of the Hungarian Revolution I not prevent him from examining! the has since.become. The :nobles residedon ; .be troubJebwng) In
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several Secretaries were appointed documents we had prepared during his .their estates. ; differed little i I in habits : few have drea iie6*re : a

in Kossuth's Cabinet, one of absence, or from dictating more letters. of life from the peasantry: ; and, havingmore ; point of co 1Ibe.

. them understanding Bohemian, another While he wasthusdktatiilgto us'three: than sufficient'of coarse abundance and, the .United!Stales.

; Croatian, another Italian, another or four letters, with totally different : to'which\ y were accustomed, : subject'hav :'i fiiiiattil .

French and German, and all of them contents, being given off ,together by had,little temptation to.be exorbitant in ; instances,the;c public I

understanding Magyar Among themI the same lips, we had to be exceedingly the r demands; ,- upon>the,serfs. Most 'last:yearj*bat t& .

had the place of Translator from the careful in taking them down. of them were on.the obrok ; that. _is, the. ,be: faihilfar. with'the .1

French into the Magyar. While we At six o'clock came more dispatches, village)paid collectively a certain sum *!' ,tbe' ***.Lfctlv',.- e t. ;1 45*,
were still in Pesth 1 worked in the and verbal inquiries, all of which were to the 'lord, apportioning it as they n 0.e. a British- .1 !mereD.' .

Chancery at Buda, and had only now answered without any delay. My din. thought proper, among themselves-a | I maica;doing'-'bnl&eu .

aDd then the opportunity of seeing our ner consisted of a glass of wine, a pieceof plan wbich'often gave birth to an excellent ; on, .!ki'.rfflka

KOSSDTH. But since the Chancery ham, and some bread, which 1 had communal organization. Many : t "most. .
was removed to Debreczin I have been on the table besides me, and disposed villages are still on _this plan ; and were ,to_get, someiof. .
almost every day at his side-or rather of with the best appetite as I was wri- the amount of the obrok fixed and mod- yin their debt, whether

I might say day and night, for hard ting. The Representatives, with one erate, the condition of the villagers not 'appear'znid to

ly a night in the week passes away in exception, went away ; the.one remaining would be highly advantageous, and ; a mortgage !f a*'"con. '

which we are not compelled to be busy. sat down at the side of Kossuthand \voulu1 practically differ but little from of the,territory:occa. : .

I say we, (or the great man always employs began to help us. This made five that of peasant proprietors ; but the one ,'Vbal "natttre'oftho '

more than one at a time. I will Secretaries, and to give you some.conception circumstance: that even in these cases 1 'was. these traders ob>>

. accordingly endeavor, as far as words of the labors of the evening, I vitiates the whol position fa, that it 'depends oiio,u's ;but ;>>. **m a 4 :

i will allow me, to introduce you into will tell you that from half-past 7 to entirely on the'will of the land '. government:thought it : r :

, our workroom and to let you behold half-past 8 he dictated to us, at the lord.; After'the campaigns alluded to, ;to step in,"fc- *

with your own eyes, as an observer, the same time, five letters, all of different many of the nobles I who had before as well as the se- .

.Liberator of whom in America there is contents One of them was to D m- been content with a rude and simple .tradersandseizec a

no just conception. who is even unknown binski, one to Bern, the third to Paris, mode of life, acquired a taste for the mortgaged.... A .iiiaii'of ;
in neighboring countries, and the 'fourth tn Vienna. and the fifth to pleasures and luxuries of the great cap- off the: tow of .

i whom few of your correspondents can Gyongyos; two wete in German, one itaIe-cC.E..p., en describe, for there are not many who in French, and one in Hungarian : most shameful oppression of their serfs, took possession, To '

hate had the opportunity of carefully Is it a man who can do such: things in order to obtain means for these indul- r e, claamt1JPt._ _ .. *JI. .. 'r
studying a Kouuth.I After this he was for sometime enga- gencies ; others got into debt, and, af. by the Btitiahtp-

I hardly know how to begin as thereis :: ged with figures which he reckonedand ter having burdened their estates with : ayo.red get'ab'ac- : .

hardly ever a pause in the course of rereckoned in a slate almost perfect mortgages, finally sold out to men who j l .from ;'tbeV'adjomiag I
II he thus had rich the profits of Government Rica ,and Nicaragua i ; of '
his activity to start from, but, for example abstraction. While was : grown by !
I will write down for you the occupied, his friend and family physician I .employment or by methods : ,upon bv-theiBfi6m r '

doings of yesterday. the Dr. and Professor Bugat Pal I still more reprehensible. The new chief with ttha ;:.

Yesterday morning after I had break- came in'and interrupted him. He gree- l lords were strangers to the serfs-there :>> commercial: .advanta- .. .5

., failed, I hastened to the Chancery ted the Doctor, kindly pointed him to existed between them none of those ties of San Jban:' *, Costa '
of reverence and 'affection transmittedfrom Grenada near the;l.th- J
J that is to say, to Kossuth's house, a chair, and returned to his occupationas ,
:1 which contains four apartments, his before. The Doctor took his hand, generation to generation, which ina i and:stretches '-towards ,r .1-

\ aleeping-chamber, a parlor, the Chan- which he yielded to him willingly, as if primitive state of society -.have often with'a longline', -r of<'tfeo.
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cery where we four correspondents have it did not belong to him,and held it for tended greatly- to mitigate the evils of : ,'Jt .

par places, and a small room for copy- some fifteen minutes, feeling the beat servitude. The peasants regarded: the n ag s of a:port of I en' ,' .

ists. Three couriers with dispatches of the pulse, after which he withdrew new master, whom they considered an coast was i 'a ;.most ..

were in the room as I entered, and Kos- without any farther notice from Kos intruder, with coldness and suspicion ; i i in whatever. way''they .

.:. tuth.sat.in his usual place, with i penH and he, on, his side, often viewed them d. A'odif England, :
suth.At of .in other light than as machines i ,for : supporting the sover
his right hand, and in the left the 11 o'clock the head of one my no : r
dispatches: just brought him. I had colleagues was already nodding and the creation, of wealth-not men, but 'lndid.hjef11ed i: '
hands and with such feelings on both King- jWoaToV: 7gnqit. .
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tome rather to. late, for it was already both myself and the. one opposite me ; r a
sides the administration i oY the seignor- I' : simplyby .receiving
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quarter past 5 o'clock, and another could hardly keep our eyes open. I. .
Secretary had in placetwo The clock struck 12, and the noiseof i ial l estateS' became altered greatly forth an acknowledgement 4
prepared my of thejcopyists' from worse. Others of the nobles removed : : a portion'of'the teVrito* : ,
offbefore
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despatches, which were sent departure .
their from the cultivation the State oUNzcarana.
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roused him from peasants
5. As 1 entered he was employjittTfrthvays the neighboring room
his hand writing, his reflections. What time is 'it gentlemen of the soil!, and transformed them1into'factory ; ; .. But to. the 'people jpf
: was V he asked us, and when we workmen. It was formerly ""Mosquito gt!..'! a : 3
mouth bis
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I was dictating eyes Tind;:bore* the .
after 12 he became 'considered 'that the noble had no same re> .
trftland him it just ,
told
read the was
; opened dispatches, Indian chiefs Bkck Sairlc : 4 : _
spreadover right to demand from his serf any labor i : ;, ,
cloud suddenly
and and ..
his mind directed and followed the unquiet a ,did in their day Iqttd 2 '
nole. his'brow. He rose from'" his seat but the' :cultivation. of the ground, or do- fto&toWledge/thefeJbfe the .. ,

He looked paler and more suffering saying, uHas, no express' arrived. from mestic servIce ; but! Peter the First bad tract-of coon try,' the*JiPI1 .
and. set the example, when he established cipal :tiier/andtheif"only .
utn tll al. A glass of medicine stood Pesth ?" No, was the answer, .. to the British Oovernmea .
them villages
down the his'factories, of attaching to .
tide tasted from he to walk up.and *
jKi from which he began and workmen' and ha'd'thiusi Ch1efs.wasto 'Hdlctt-
\line.to time, as if it were the means of room. He did not seem :tothink thatit ; The-consul 'or de1egti .
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-:the labor of
and if en: rise to..the idea that all *.
time seek rest, ;as : was not wknowl*
If. In- i was high tp
his existence.
::3fDg: up physical worked' from having such an idea, the.,serfs.belonged by ,right to the lord, I Nicaragma,normaaj eJa114 : .i'
us
'''' though 1 have often at to prevent '
i entitled territory. t: d t
done and that he was legally) to employ l
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be
kIlld." !rom early in the morning till he said : There. is work. 'to. I them at .work he pleased, andto : by ,theBriOshj 'oteri 0 ', 'i
4; any
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tonight, I do not remember baring yet. I to exercise jurisdiction ift .
, **& him to take nourishment Finally, after waiting i vainly for an wring from them the utmost profit ;'chief;, extends' ItJae I
stop any "Let :take be, could obtain.' In >'many Govern- ; Saa Joan ,to the Macboea
**" other be said to us : us
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heWmetimes hour I
this mixture and though. ,.
while we 'aie fQentbJlgr.icllture has been almost, entirely << ,up thai stream_ tomunl
eat, I can assure you a little rest, gentlemen, abandoned the lords have along the coait"betwee* 11.?
and :
6n will call wbe I needyour r as Northward,-
the amount of food which he con.1U111t1 waiting ; I you be miles; ;lA
it help." He went into hiaTbedroom, discovered, that the yorkmen.niayt ,it Js*probably as .fiffM ;
hardl'
enough to keep a ourselves on the rendered( more active: By stimulatingtheir ; it them to!go, or rather,? :
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from tlarvinS' and we S
allowed
nchild self interest often ;as they chooseitogo.tor' j >
yoe might almost sty that the physi- benches and_ slept- with 1'. t our V fatigue!>..*. _u_ ., to seek'. 0 work,.they wnere 0 J_ 'iney L___ 'cuum_. h I.JIthem' republic do again .Eng-: ; ,. ;i. ,
I' pin of him has no. longer an exis- soundly as'in the sottesi oea. oui our themselves from ) fi iiz&tn. r; 'i ii i
duration. Between find -thus.releasing of this rode tas: '
I I ttb45 of'it. is rest was not of long territory *
I htipjrjtuai own ; the man nothing 3 and 4 o'clock the expected dispatch the ..e.harge.of their_ : .maintenance, and I : sustaining, 'the Bomelga'i' .
for if it noti1heperishing
energy, were Still half asleep we took exacting of course,JrplnJhe serf,:a_cer. -"Mosquito King";thai:givcT
hull would long es arrived. ) J Jz' ifoirwble possessions tf r :
sickly tam orratber arl uncertain amount of : : :: :
Watchmanof .
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that .
-I:! 'j ceiuve been dissolved in epite of all our places, and Kossuth .? tribute';" 'This i is now". the position i of : tbroaghwb1chssbIps1, ? ... : ;.
before. by the of Laken Mioaraa '
**dom But he .his dictated to us,as way : :
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J of the country, !
physicians. Russian seifs -- : And what.: '
received.. greatinunbersofthe; ; : : akestIieiCg| $ ;
rhtPI the only living being whose At 6 in the morning while we he went per'for and relation in which places-them ; : : aV'this time is,'&.b.d..li. i t.". .- T
21 wi.l i. alone sufficient by its mission to go away differentonefrom haajaafgranted to wr Jlter ; ; ;1
to be to their i ,. lords\.is.obviously, ,a .- .
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' movement. He will not be young Baron'Harlhausen, will' : -i[ ": ; ,1'F- 1f4 ) I
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iuBrmities and sufferings he is us ; "; 'thcr.NineteenthCentury exist much .longer.; Every,.one : : DOt ... :::
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thii, guide:of# ott"qj'Ni< : :t z :
enthusiasm <<
I t\o.Qrc es, his will, his :reform'to be:obtained witbourRevolu- t
et4011 him amid the.foesthat .lurrol1odJ'It--how : '' if' ;i' "": ; &o ltoftit.Lo* t : ) :,
with the powers of agknugh : ,, i 'tba contest" ti9.4.pohtfcal convulsion: t"' '..Thisis : ; t\. .... ; .
his physical :strength: not longcan his,' spiritSUstai thdangerppeared : : ; : : -,1I'o14 .':
;the.little'orphysical the question oftbedayILUhefl, i ::4 k .
with .... '
earrics on .H \
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i jt?I! k..eeps the body alive. That (I cc:and hapPy'Amerlcat for.' fedod: though they be-into countries blazing ; : : understanding:of feotfe.., ;. ; ;
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the is
! :: lD'yhich'th commerce of world in- ktdJ.
, lt.i". .? ,f ; aid with the authorities Washington on "T On ,motion of,the =Hon..B. A. FutnamtImemeeting ,are ofauchra2 iaracter-,.hen jd 11.-

I f teTete&iT W> it JACKSOJITVILLE SEPTEMBER 1st 1849. was called'tp:order, and the lion. J..If, :tjQQ.witl1p.L f..4.(.cta bkQean
f ;. riKht is simply ludicrous and the Indian disturbances. trust > ;
The pretended ,
I ;;: ( ;3- /'; Bronson was appointed Chairman, and Messrs.J.WashiDgtonP.C.rZylstraf to the conviction that this "tol
; \ht, \rtt" were.1Dot ,for the grasping and ambitious of Florida ., -, remhan\otIM:
will be read i : 6hn
,t4.t' 3" by every .citizen ; -NOTICI5. == -- ( 'dJ' ; Drys- now in our State.have I
ignin del
rival with her own policy of '
! I- : 'qiii of bur great f
: oftJeChaTh: 'li 1'
1 ced
At the
V dale tAries
WXsHINOTONClTT/Aug.lO 1849. jr wt hsterraieteiit-0; _
1 'what territory she has and of extend- sTheDemtfcratie"sopville -or.lb1ack recjy irii
holding / v otet '
'Mti tu "ot
j ; V : V V ; ,t' .41 : the 1I01. G'B.'F4uoonks the objeef ;* ''rh'brsolt'ofhl
,3 explained this '
; the of 'V-D. M0StLET as.ts
I ittl 't in*her dominions wherever force arms, .TojjjsExceflency l 'tlrkbt
; t PrecinCcf ste tQ ,ube.meetjng,t4.b.to.take intacousideruti01t already been tn&st'disastrous '
--pr .
r' 'J a : t_ -' the craft of dlplomacyOr the persuasion of money _, FllW d4-T.ollahal8t1-- f .req1, ,'Indt
remor.oj
I '
!
: the char rland cau jp of the recent putrigesof be more so unless the It
V
rr k can prevail,it might be supposed this claim had i meet at the Court-House? :qn' Tuesday most prompt
! ,. < trafinooted" in than in earnest -But .Sir-By' appointment haveday a thelndians, occupyjing the SothepQrticUiofthe TeUef is afforded to restrain,or peed
1.\ r : more sport full conversation with Air.Crawford [Secretary i next 'at' 6 l Teniniuia.I at- diansandrotect reo5, \it I
who be evening o'clock/for'thepr] and their pise tJio8tUe' the settle .
r :it .r .t: ': f} : a pnblie functionary-true, one can put of War, in regard to. our Indian troubles.! ..Inthis "iUude towards the people ofEastEforlda f :iaiidifl'iadlOqueDtand from New Smyrna All the W"roents
has jnbp.J
aside whenever it become Dei Jp. tiJ. el\
.ti necessary, spoken 'poset r"IYpp "g'at southward
#' '' :\o and his language must be regarded serious I interview we learn that the. followiI3gthing !/? I). '** tliVT.SVJfA ,it '" ; -\ fotcibl m$ n r nrged thedu- 'c st rn'Atlantic coast have oeen'e'h

j" t'' ,) -MI: ly. If Mr. Barclay the Consul whomdde theproclamation hre determined,W'I upOn bjr, the,;President np:1J/ .Countv, v Contention,,to }.te..held-on; | the ty x>f our citizens to jtft and-spe;ik wi&tk prpm pt- dond.'"Itttheexp6sedp5rt8of'the \
1\t,\ : reflects the and sentiment to this time:' ,nes and-decision ,in.,the'preaent! emergency.Tne .-' the intenor."we are intonned ia
spirit that
f.'t I 8th Sep inb r..jl\. 1. ., ; 1st. ,To.,use and rely alone the U.S. regulartroops y Hon.B. A. Putnam succeeded an4bti1l. t'Ur-;i ben ot.tbesettlers.and ._
well know ,
of the British Crown he as 88r.t V V
t ;.tY. ''-\:". ..p. I'l, ,.,., 'isuperior'the acting; Charge may d'Affairs heret' for, ;the protection ofvour" ,frontier" settle-. V ,Jacksonville, Sept: 1st, '1849. ,' I ther eqibreedthe: ame tyiev'sM.in >few/earnest have reently come into partienlay the State iLt'Jaoa,.
: V, ," "
;: well knows,that no concession will be made In inents. r ,. 'services;. ortb j..Florida" V: VV } '"f? : remarks, cQin withjusfand indignant. ,doped*jhcr4irnVor PantatiQpsd f .
-c ed
.b 2d. To decline the J'edcrallsm.,. se rity theattempt to the char the StatemnhyJDth'ers tn.a
.t 1 } : any such absurd and outrageous pretention.- in the; V V upon asperse hate ISOQg t
tf. ; ,r; ;,j' .r.' : --, tA 'Uti derived from a Pawnee;chief for our interval volunteers that even mayoccurbefore fortempoi ryprotection sufficient force By ,the :Report of the Commissioners acter.of the people:of Florida, as desirous of a congregating together appoints n 'Ja'orahIt aa1etl
I Western roiries'would be as good at law as the war, 'and as)being the'ajggressors uppnJheIn- 'for mutual defence and p tecto _
r1. h";" ;. ,.t,.,.,.!. right claImed to be.hel by Great Britain! under, regulars can-bo placed at.the, proper points appointed by, the G veriior 'to cbhfervith draU5. H. \ V -' V more hardy'dr-'fcss exposed;have fortia n otlel
I d
,J'. to Ii{ the KiflbfMosquito. Whenever it is necerra- I to 3d.afford To it.order the 7th Regiment. of Infantry,! ,\ the Administration-in relatiorVto J the; "On1m 1 Uonj a Conimitteefif' -. appointed! own houses by'pickets, fcc,-deterMhifd at'leir 1 W
and it will be done by tlift Chair to and f at anadjournedmeetjqg the
II.rjtocxpoiethatbubbleitcan Report to secure
: prepare V present yeara 31
\ .. Barracks and other Com'panics crop/and all
;! ,', .- I now at Jefferson eight Indian. 4ifficukiSour_ readers. willper-! "a statement of facts, and ''ap- remain are living in a state of
11 s.f', of regulars, chiefly Artillery, to Floridafor r consUntalam
\ ceive her worst fears .are'confirmed..' prppriate .Resolutions eipressive.of the viewsof and anxiety. And when, it is
PromthoJLouisvttk Chronicle. V .
:Lt'th!..: /1: ? (Ky.) this service. f' this'cbrfntj; Inre ferfehce to 6ur present,re- that thesesettlementsreference rnt fn miD4

;: ..r. ."- .. ." > The Ilcxt Concress.I 4. To, orderDrev'. t1\tnjOeri.-. -Twigge.. ,- -,-upon---- I It is"solemnly decJared that the Semiu Jadons with the Indian 'The l ltowi f 'cen- crent numbenfin; .the,ft though..a ompre1iendiac

I .'r.t'" It ?.oC' K if'now aimost certain that the next lIouse duty there, to assurae.uie commnnu In l'tnIUJJ. oles .t1emen'wereappOinted1 uch Committee vii V to each 'other
be d"-Prid
jlt' 'i ; ,,' !' tswca will be .. i o connne the operations of the army to a are to removed, but the means nn
; otRepresmtatiyeo9tirLo'VUu.ea .line of be sclec.t.ed'by the commandingofficer Gen;i J. M. Hernandez, Mr. M Solana, t large extent of country, and;therefore
6'r. ,1 4i Democratic. The belief is also expressed by ,, posts'to V are known"by* every citizen1 Florida; .wi
.: a :'f : "., / the Louisville Journal( of yesterday The Senate in ,order restrain. the. Indians within '.. Hon.G.! Fairbbanks; Hon'W..JFjrwRr ,. situated, ,to affordrou ual protection, it nil
., f "jl democratic before. ttie'limits assigned them by Gen.Worth, and also to be"'unequal i to.proddqe that 'result.l Honi #. A.Putnam, t Mr.J.'M. Fontane, seen at"ii1that"1his state ofl'tbiDgs iaajT
$ .! 'f. 4 was. to preveut'the"whites from intruding on the j- *, '-t 'DrVmH: SiminonsIr., D. R. Dunham last, and that unless ample protection
would \y have is
; \(- .. ; This result be a matter for the rejoice- are .!o ,any quantity fof regirfar : ,. s 'dI'frim n1Q.
;
'Mr.P-B 1 tt. to-th-enrnim'the
: t; .. incut of the whole country, and especially on neutral ground around those limits. > Mr. R.-Ployd. IndiarisTemoTWrttbrir
"I..f.i1 r 1J(;, the,part of the South. We therefore congratulate V 6th. T.o effect'the removal of the Indians -soldiers] who know nothing-whatever Orfmotlbntf G b.Washi ngto41ienamc of tbe' our limits, tne d'oahtryTnd'sf
; Ii '. : our pro-slavery friends of all parties. It is without bloodshed, and to entertain for,:that about fighting J 1 ndians." As'Hi preliminary Chairman was"added:td the 'Ommitted.u., V' abandonednd4rien tip' te the s\fagea-lJId:

J ."m' :: ::4. not only a Democratic triumph, but it is the purpose a proposition which ns been, submitted I ',Qn4rootion Qf ,the O.IbG; R.Fairbnn.ks.thEf .wilt1beasts..ndaI1', hope of Jhe fatarf atUtxncnt -
:. t'i// triumph of the South. It is an evidence that by one or more private i 1divid :Ll ;jor removing' to the grand 'specimen of military cjtizensyof! othe;tc untiesi present ,were,.invited '"'', of tli! js part of our $tate relinouislieii

:r .t, ,' I% ; therank and file of 'the Whig paity in the the Indians by contract, allowih"g'a liberal, D, science, which i is'to exhibited{ to" us,! ;to participate'in the proceedings{ of the meeting,. 'All this: JS no .light matter-no' rirtal j
r rI" :.I -. .iSouth'are true to themselves and their own interests viz. 65000. V > ( V V ;and Mr: C L: Brayttn, 'orStr'Lucie'county ap c use"of complaint.' And when tlie 1eopIe

ktr ?1 ((1 ,although there was an evident disposition 7th. In case,all pacific methods for removal, farce. \ of, 'the' most. .ludicrous" character. pointed,one- the Committee.On of East Florida recollecting the*d sOlat

:<.fJ 'fr:" b ;' on the part of their leaders to sell them tot fail, then to use the strong arm.V ,2 of force, and to i is.to'enacted. W.eunflerstand.thatit.is' V _motion, the eetiog adjourned.till Satur- ;and ruin 4"t6 1 t''; :'I"J: wy:! the North. accomplish if at all hazards' i.lay,4to hear heprtoouimittee. plunged t he owtryind from wu
;
if ( .iZ ; : f'O this we need'Dot further than Mr., Crawford also stated t that a good steamer in contemplation to endeavor to play ; :; wbich.4tliaj
:fr.r prove go I i t.V not yet iccveetI/raise 'the note( of!
afaxa
ri :". .. our own State. Here two of the Whig candi V had been detailed for service on our. coast. %lr. the '" ome 'ither" to the refrUctory: Se'r: V 'V 'Sx.; .AvGvsriiiE' : *' 23th" and call earnestly 'the
? August 1847
: # G. ordered upon GeneraTini
r: :. ,.; dates'for Congress were so evidently Abolitionists expressed strong regret that you had ; j i t ffy"t 4> ,
Jt. i \" ; 1 that scores of right thinking men of their, ,out aiiy"voluntees, as calculated. only to, impede minole, .by,means; } ; of nbeacc i\.r",\ ::delegation "t Pursuant to adjournment,_ a,lafge concourse, State Governments'V! for relief and'profecnoa.werconsKler"that .

i" t,'.,, I ';,. OWE party? refused to vote forthem, ,* although the removal of the Indians. We pledged of their i friendlyJreihren: ,who. have 'of.the inhabitants pf.St. Joh s' and any'fromthd'adjoining'cu they have good feSson'for,

I/;.; ;;-1 I j they-nad the weight of a Whig nomination..One .- ourselves that your Excellency would not keep : ( : iieasinbled in the Court : 'doing so, and that "should] by no means sab-

;..a.p- .. ;. .1 "I ,' of them Mr. Buckner, of the Fourth Dis- .these'volunteers in service'an'bour after 'regu- been ,removed, to, :the VVtst, :'and that Ilouse, the'app{ ,hour.s- : .io'1.ject them;to the'imputation of.making ei

l .J .:; : r 5r. /tricty bas been .signally! overwhelmed and de"c.IJi.j lar einposi\onto, ; defend our, fron-, the amiable CpAcoocH'tE" 6'WiLD' After thejmbetiag'hud been.:calledto_ ,Order ,ado frpip sJ1aI.! causes. Any'one acquaint tel

: :. ,.: '1.; : feated by a Democrat; and the. other, Col. Marshall 'teir._ Mr. C. C.rea.d.tq: : acony of his letter.ad-- AT; and the proceedings of.(h.e. last meeting read with the insidious: ; character Q/ the

t )ti-l,".. ::; : ** wins his election by only a few votes, and dressed you,'a ayor two sihce, and hopedthat.uponits ,wHose- gentle. and '
'f i, a,,' :,:: f' that too by the selfishness.and trickery of two receipt, you1%otild'discharge the1' been frequently!"' .exhibited, ""J the oythe'CbmmilfeeySiibniitted and the fo"llowi ', admit 'that tb' srtallnessof their' numbers
.IC i : :p' t4 1 k. V. :Deaocratio aspirants for the' Convention in V companies you had ordered out.' We replied Jipon Report Resolutions, towit; : V affords no security against a repetroii'fiijsaifle

:' f: ,1o,0!9! ;. i' V -,lIea!, County, who traded off Dr.Lane for their tbat: his letter would not defend us, and that we persons of Our,Citiz ns"wiJ be',brought: The Co mitJ who !appointed at a previous calamities which followed the

tl} 1,' ti ':: Iof t J own election., V. must wait the arrival of his men. here to his meeting, to make ,a Reporfc and prepare ,1835r-indeedit is' be outM
to tribe he to
:' \\t ,.. ,'vJ!,: '... These-two nominations, wiih thc evident ab- Mr. Crawfori further said that Florida was", suggest necessi Resolutions for the action of this Meeting respect -. the apprehended
:#t'..;S. ;P,I' VI' i : V 1 olition tendencies of the Louisville Journal and not without blame in this"matter, because ha 'ty of removals Still: further'are they fully Report) that- ;> V .,, '_ very factiof their being so few Mill jead

V tr () V I .t' several other'Whig papers in the State, have ving extended her laws over the neutral'groundit fli beoperatedti'on In order to a right understanding of the pre- ,tp more.-prolongqd] i if; not more.i injuriousag.

I \ r", ;." ; r' V satisfied hundreds of Southern men that their became her auty rather than of the General by a 4'dfstinguisheIndian < ; sen, :P9siti Rof the people 1 of East Florida,with. gressions tbf' their I numbers were many

!';. ;' 'V:':.-',y. 'j' !t own. safety is in the hands' of the democratic :. Government, keep the.whites -from intruding, diplomatist." regard the Indians within. our borders' the' as they have It' more in their poweifio.'elddepursuit.'The1

.1.- .' ;t. party.. V there, which he doubled not had,been the great Tne administration temporary occupation of 'a portion of the'country -. lives and property' ol aiaf e
WF ., :d':'f VThus it was also in other.4 Southern Stat.es.f .- cause of the' late dis irbance. seem disposed to 'by a remnant* of'suvages, And'the'events of part'of our crtizen'stfare at,'stake, and thelft.

t ; 1.i: : 1 *$::: Tennessee, the whig candidate for Governor We explained fully your'object in ordering make fair promises, but these ,promises ,the lust.six' or sevcn-yeara should be correctly ture welfaretand -prosperity of oar'tale-arc

:(: J"t\ : "V' :;'* held suchmilk-and.waterdoctrines an the sub .volunteers. as only intended for present never' can be fulfilled in the I known and.appreciated.. ft,0n V' jeopacded, a d under, these circumstanceaas:

?'i 1.:" ;1l =* ject of slavery, that, his democratic opponent protection, until the President could bring, to-, ; manner' inV ., the cessation of: hostilities' with the In- already! Detailed,,the.people of EtMaia

r.:':'; r '.: '; : baa defeated him.by heavy vote. In North, gether forces adequate,and such as he. might ,which they have ,gone to "work. We dians in August, JS Slihe few lien remaining are cafle.d upon,1-br every! consideration"::01

I:1. :!: 1.4 :. ;$: Carolina the same tendency on the part of .the prefer to use thiit'urpose! That the terms solemnly believe that the anSI' ,hb,were unwilling to 'emigrate'wtrc'allowed Jiity: ( and'expediency, to act promntly ajTd.to
\& { .:" : V Wnies came near prostrating them in that State "on which they were called out,left it in th"'pow Seminoles.wil i to ,retuainotemporarilyj-within certain' Icak
and
!.i'f.f;'t :,. .J' : and, has awakened er of the President to them for ,limits assigned them strongly\ urgently, eafheslfjf,to
; a feeling of indignation a I use 11lJelre'nlOlltlts"' never consent to leave Florida peadea V ,. y directions of the those Whose tIut 'it i is to he r'and'rfr
;: .' jrainst them by the true of their or to discharge, them the moment other sufficient President, and by betweeu ss
f men them
: ; f own ranksIIP V k arraDgemcnt '
i\
: bh an ,over'ihnt. 'thA ntt h-f .1 ,, our grievances-and heuce
mor ... 'sincl theyhav called
." force could be ... tlie then commnn'lnuP int'tli Tl'"Army ,
"1.I' J' ;, : 111&'Wlil lorce them to tnke more patriotic i placed in Florida-and that these. -- ;---- .O& y IV, nflR(pfr t t"Q
; groUD -
-
'. 'f., .;::i: ( them in volunteers while drive'them iri-'Florida.: { : upon the General jbrovernment iora4 will
1i That
.: ,.I or, place a minority. acting'under State authority; out, by means ,of regulars his'arrarigeint'ht was'me're1y
Iw : :J t ;;I We therefore congratulate not only our, would be carefully'restrahued from any measures : temporary Iso w'ellunderstoodatfhardly no doubt. continue, ta in si&t., pon-t&e entire

;i1.ti't'i:1: ; ;.. Democratic friends, but all the friends of the, calculated to bring on hostilities with the will only result in a J long,. indecisive t ;need comment. The GcneraJ.Qi'de1'&heni ; and jtota\ temoval, of the Indians froottie

t.t'
4\, ,-. ;lIY i.t::": 'Besides the next Congress being Democratic. disavowed byCh '> ..ul 61o. ...iavrrb interests and "understood by'every; Department"; execution :of the treat/ :ofPayne'i
the
.' t".; t. i\ it is alitn Wjg pWikaki. timu* it Win De anti-Wil-:: urougntto punishment. We'also urged that utter'abandon-. of the' Governnjerit-frdm that time formed.- Landing; :''which is the supreme' law of lie
V,\". -,( ,<, "; ::::1. mot Proviso. If this is the the the Indian agents traders &c.ill be ment of the Peninsula Xeitbeifthe President '
c;..i : ::4. case vexed question required by'our 'Citizens.It i .' nor'any deparlmetit of land; anti which' the General Government is
j ,
:
: ; ofa Government for California will be to establish themselves within the limits Government had
.4 set. assigned is the the power, withuue.-some hound to execute .and ;>la .the
universal out
:t.:, i.' tIed this winter, unless it be vetoed by Gen., to the Indians. seas to leave them no excuse for, conviction" of those. ;tAw! orr.csolution..ofCongr tomake mean while ask carry

11.,1';::: g: !.,i Taylor; and we' cannot think he will do so.ftji .- roaming out of their:bounds, urider.tJ1e' pretenceof who I live among us nnd have, had experience arrangemenfof the kind;: .such anypernianeuC assumption -- fence for,the, they frontier,and that protection tlemeDti.and de-

hr. 1: We confidently believe that the Democratic party visiting the'Age'nt, trading &c., and that it of powciw0Ui3 have beenvholy' unwar- vyhich is i exposed;
rjo :' \tr. i jrill pass the California Territorial Bill with- was Equally the duty of the U. 8: Governmentto theVpast.war, that onr o\vn'citizens -r.mtcd. But even temporary it was thepl'O- rendered necessary by the exfstiiig
,
of
: .ma; jc4: 1 } .; 'vttlteWitmot Proviso and that Gen. Taylor prevent both the whites and the Indians from can alone accomplish 'd sign ple- of Florida did not acquiesce,in it. !They be state things' and which may continue',

V '; will sign it.; Thus the question will be put to intruding on the neutral ground; that.it was of feared that a,,temporary occupation or necessary' uiitil the Indians are finally rc

: Th4M, >.i ,S rest. purely a military arrangement with which removing. the'Indians.. .,. by ra''c The. 'session mJffh't in time ripen, into. a.m-etended pos. moved. .
f&; V % ; :l;; : This is the only question of any importance State laws or authority had 'nothing to do.- I ( over nor ,-has sent rii issioperyhb' permanent 'right, and from- the beginning'they-A ---- V nconcJ sio T;the committee beg leave to

V IVf: ; thi.t will come before Congress, and we do not We also suggested to Mr, G. that owing to the the ; pretested Against it'and urged upon the-U.'S. submit.following resolutions: ,

t t.L." ; r.. think that any Whig will ever have good cause extent and dangerous character of our Atlantic. strongest representations to this-ef Government the earliest practicable.removal of :.(Sj igned;): '

: p* ..., le regret that he has exerted himself! to put Gulf and Cape coasts, it would be. prudent to fect, Washington.. And how' have the Indians. ,They were well!aware of the dangers JosephI\I. Hernandez, D. R. Dunham,
;.t; down the traitors to the South who haveat least two steamers.ordered there. of collision and
wereut- difficulty between the bord George R. Fairbanks
I" wishes been John 31.
our received' Fontane
: }!tV tempting wheel the into AblVc'all westated that the Governor by the \Federal settlers ; ,
r
Whig party the ranks but /And tJie Indians; ami that so long B.: L. PuttiathTm.; A. Forward
.
IIPm of spoke the voice of the whole I ,.
; V: abolition.Of V people of Florida: authoritiesThey. not only' refuseto as The Indians retaained'their-p'resence'would Mathc'Sblana "' J. H'
; ,
,p1 one thing we feel certain ; if the California demanding that prompt and energetic measures retard!the settlement and ,. Branson
\. ih t .: .'.' question is settled peaceably, it must be by should! be at once adopted and persevered in, have any thing top.; :with,volunteers, country j, and hence ,hey.were prosperity anxious fortheir of-the Pedro'BeneV ''' Richard Floyd;'

"'$ "tl" the Democratic party. The Whigs never can do until these Indians were' all removed from,the but ,eve'n "decline .the services'.of ,the total removal acd for Qomplete! immunity from W. H: .Simmons, ; C. L.Brayton, "

pW.BiKjhv: j !S .it, because one half of them are abolitionists. State. V Florida any further hostilities"froni them. The Legis /j ? 'i-. Cotomittee.' ..1
volunteers
for
"' :0., I We.have learned from Mr. Ewing;:Secretary temporary protection lative Council|of the then, Territory and the ; '-4'. ", "*
i ,
V )vtS It'',"?< :'It/0, V Nankin.-Most if not all the nankin of the Interior/that CoL Spencer, sub-agentlias the'nnterval that may 'occur before ;Delegate in Congress, earnestly and repeatedly, ., RESOLUTIONS. .
now sold been ordered without delay, to repair to his expressed tbe.'viws and wishes Resolve, That we deem'tii present *crisis of
j of the
: tTf'U-. :*.:*", In our market, (says the Scientific American.:) post within the limits assigned to 'the,Indians, a' sufficient,. force, of regulars can be to the'Anthoiities'pC.the General, Government people deep interest and importance faturewe1fare
$U! :' V I'ot American fabric. It is manufactured and to demand the Chiefs to have the authors placed at 'i The' General : and prosperity of Last Florida, and that a speedy
r4: .. proper'.pqintsi.to afford Assembly ofthe State
Jt. : since
'ff' from nahking cotton in ( our removal of the Indians
,
1'p.kecrt.: : grown Georgia, and is ofthe late murders now remaining among M
and robberies arrested and admission"as'a' '
:i < :*. and woven at the Lonsdale Mills .Mr.}CRAWFOBD.further. Stale1.) and our Senators rind and V final termination of iodtili ties are roftiiu
: in' :
: '. -.c. !pun Rhode- brtic'-ht. fn nnmtlirnrmi,. I : wished that .Re 1" sp.nt'lHvA'... ;' ro; f"M' t..L_ nrst
------ aD
jconsiclerationyand
a-- ,
1I' ', ;; &IUAIIU.to this"11"country ICuu.ure 01.by(the ne late conon John W38 introduced We.regret that we, had the opportunity :for the -Governor would discharge the cornpanics ,expressed.the: gameiviews;-----t.-V-kj) l JJl\'f"-I'l"pt'.ateulY rpiterate to'th' and th4, so, 4'ara3 we'..are'able earnestly, our"decnred best 57 efiorti

,; ;! Forsyth only a single short interview with the! President, VV V ,S .S.. O9erjnent, jdesire. of shall be used produce thes&desirable results.
minister thePeople.of
'
formerly to ordered
,t. Spain, afterwards secretary before he left the scat.of Government on his already nut] andjntirna, 'Florida"for the remova\ of the (Revolted, ThatfroID' tlie'inveatigatioM which

: V :, Jacksen of State and, under Martin the, Tan.administration Bnren. It of is Gen. Northern.tour. And inconsequence of this we {'ted-", V -thai}; ,' -the, late outbreak' was* caused. (I' 'shorty; front.tie cessation of V hostilities Indians s\i 1'1842, In, stances wq.) a.Ye/made which',,hJive and from, the' |aetj, and eirenJB-.>
to ,
: now consider it our duty to the views we'ntertain UV to the! come oar knowledge,
present resent'
grown 6 large quantities by many of the plan- ( and by Ihe'aggressi9ns i 9touvn citizens ho time, Constituted Authorities ire fulty o'i the'opinion3 th'at there Kas'beent no itgresiion -
representing .yourself
fr theVpeople.ofFiorida ,,,
eta' "
ters of Georgia, and commands a ready sale at represented .thepeopleof JFloridahave uniformly -. ,]by jthe:'\itua upon the Indians tofuZBJZeven
;r4,, .. i:bVI high prices.. in this Matter,),to other members of ,'Ihe"people .Florida.-jCan ,entertain ,po.t.c1le agaicsyKe Indians remaining1'in \ a pretest for hostilities and that the recent
the Cabinet now at the seat of Government in the Indian
State"anof have outrages: weteLlvhoI1TUbprovokect aw
ii : Mr.f th but.omie of( "repeatedly and
the seed ; opinion the1'inflated
oray procured from the Amer- tV : 'official) earnest
hehopethattbeir further consultations ,may ly rejti stediheTh S. Government their origin only in the innate hatred oCtl1'e el&-
jcan, Consul at Canton, and, at the outset, the lV lead to such'modifications"'of the courseV herein who, venture to ufrowh'indignanty"uj theTreaty of P to execute ,ages tp the whites, in' their,unwillingness to emigrate
project growing it in this country was deem- i indicated, as .we/believemore ,likely to attain V r <'I | : ;move the'Indians lMindUig-'fulTy. ,"anfl to*e- ,and inth: ir fixed determination to prevent
ed wild and chimericaL It is of a darker hue the results at which all parties aim. "* V ; })., (] tbe. Executive, .of a sovereign .that to.Arkansas, Jag agreed by! ail settlements ialtieir neighborbood/and tiwrebj
I'S r5 thai).the China article, and not as handsome. Your of the : f' the V Treaty II f :> ? again to reduce,,the 'country to ,a wilderness,,Ii
Excellency's note 2d instant is the hal i
for' In
performanceof his d the ,w\iile *
( .?, only one that has readied .' ty.They' ,. jmean the apparently quljq and more congenial fo their nabits'of life. ?,
:The New V : us.We V can only look with- eacebl'c6iduct'. of the Indians !had inspired r. Resolved,That we have witnessed plewprt
: 'York Herald, thus whistles down are, Very'respectfully. 'Unmitigated confidence .nd* a1 feeling of'sectiritj. Time and satisfactionthe disposition;jof the Execatrn
4IJi.ft the wind' the inimitable administration at Wash 'V Y our servants-,', JBE&J. -' contempt, updrian ,administration i whlfch ,had income measure obliterated :: I of our own -tate,.to meet ihe emergencyocQ*
ington. V .. V'. ? ., F..AYHITNEB. of men.thfthorn m the minds, 'stoned by t'he late'Indian'.trutrages'in'iiprompl
-hlfVe-us
2jti'A After the I would await for' mbnib's'tneassehiblinff i( 'AtrQci ties and'niassacreg com-' 'and becoming.pirit, and furnish >f"
alIt melancholytruth is not to be I .A. TltOiI5ON.V ., V initted adequate J
by the '
'. .I Savages in the late Indian l land tectipn the frontier and ,ani
disguised cannot be controverted not to of a regular :armvlfroiri'aiiparts ; A 1., _.___ .._,_ war, (. a exposed seUfeQ;
_.. ., as vears rn1lptf j>* .,.A., x t > "> that'w annrore of the whic'he taken,
be and VV Lf .. -;-- ::w" -"- '" '- course nas
nicely and '
; snugly happily convcred T "TT J -vti"" *" M" -
5V : .4 over with the wet blanket of oblivion-that this The Boundary Survey Delaya}. Accounts of the Union, whilejn the.mean : settledantt'iBiprovea.. ";Old plantations th3t'had and trust. at, willVmeet>witn, a 1it -'approbatiOJ1
titizen of the State
: 'been- from
d Vastl1ted & A4thare
from San d every
Diego to June 16th ring .tli"forme'l'
j : administration-this administration which represent the time war '
also
: very pros our property be were gralitied to'learn that the authorities of thlJGbTeTriment
was ushered into'existence under such favorable pects of the Boundary Commission'us very.iiu- may destroyed, and reoccupied, and n.ew ones, opened and set' ohM expressed'theipfixe'd de-

t auItices&nd amid the cordial acclamations of a propitious. jDr. 'Chamberlain; Surgeon," and OUrCi1'i eil&"mu'dered. '.{Sucha stretch tled.l Many nejr settlers.had,.come.in from other terminAtioji to pibvetbrenaining'Jndiansfrom

patriotic people-has not met the public expectation& Col.Wellcr( had both been sick; and it was of Federal States, and after the usual privations.lpld.. Fl ridaan4.in" the mean while, WI that can be

Already there are, far and wide, indications thought that, owing to unavoidable delaysthe : j: assumption, ,i is;an.: anomaly J hardshipsh/f'new ''settle'menls arid frbnYierftfe. efiectedto-ttirnf1i 4adeqiiate 'rotectioh.to'ti4t exposed .
presenting themselves which point to party.would not be able to leave San. IHego be- 'fh oui history,; \\ hcnjhedratnaopen we're begiflningJto Tepose Hn'tLV pipe tbf settlers; and.that in pursuance ofHhwe m
great and and fore the fall/ The officers complaIn that the ? comfort"aJ. cprnpeteney, Tbe settlements in ;enUpns' ..troyop9' are.daily arriving in 1 Florida and
V generaldiscontent disappointment. in such, ajmanner we little, Easjt' o ther measures be\ng taken to ensure the
artificial state of < can doubt Florida were accomplishmeiitdftheld'designaU'of -
v We hear afar things becpining and
hereprothitby the
____ off murmurs which threa : ngmercHjs! Which is
highly
V; .- ten' to swell hereafter, into loud and distinct mines,: creates innumerable, obstacles "to the what will be its. tjonclusion The.suc- thecounIry! in a"high state,pf prosperity.at; the satisfactory; and meet our cordial %p4 hearty *p

utterance ofdissatisfaction and opposition. Boundary, line. Prices are above ;'all bounds, cessful) General who I begihing'bf the'pVesent summer V'atid'with"the jroval,and we shall tnk 'great pleasure in coopct ,
V U would-seem as if tht popular masses were almost and it is expected that,the soldiers will all de., ; owing.his piesent .prospectpf tnostTabdhdans crops' th'1theiit3ar ating with theeoDstiEutedautlloritieS any way
ready to exclaim addressing -this administration desert a's soon as' the order is ,given. to move' 'for 'eJ! vati n4to'the' brav kr "of 'fo u'tler ; : ,* an.impen 'had i bet rif given highly'favorable. that may be.needful and proper.0 aid in carrying
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:' "We called for bread and the Gila', --t. Q. I ',-.' but tZ4Ui''l\ f"U"'Y.n'j 'i I .t t }othe'furjthev etJjementpfttheiCttnuty: ..: ., ,
yehave )iqr 'a.r d 'RtMived Th' t" ih !
,
p er5i an JBuena.yia Thefpfryate land O ur'opitrion theGovernoishould'.cot
given us a atone; we asked for fish, and have V V \ :,11' 'oJ 0< V J i.- V rantsownei. ; numcrours :
given us a I" ye ; ta.would have been ,hirn individualrof'afl cdndirroiis' i/ ite and' whicH witbdraw the volunteer!Jbrc*mow I
scorpion to ,
Tn one of the 'counties" 'oirKentucky ;;days:oftaor- the field, nor cease fi'orts.fm th 1'roteetior
; sonle of are 4otte'd-loveit'1hcOuntfy: {w'ere linbi8
: b'egifinSg to
thecountl'
- ) the voters have addressed a \t fibiiig'e tJs5ea.&ha
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The Yateacquaty (N. Y,) Whig thus defend* to of their series-of questidns and-diBgrace; \ -s scoff come;.tQ.to market i and tabcivaJua61a.t6ihoir: the I SJ GO\'ernment'J has:ptovided"eucieatl7
Qen. one. candidates for
Taylor against the charge of being friend. whichare the1,legislature. ;a*' ,..nVthb: utilu] bf ''olun1eerrcr e1/ir/ pwnerj;"and, ,jin short' ajrcldsse t.the cpmmuu-i forthe' defence'of,the. e lenie41t .,<; o-'iol {-''v
Ijio slavery: mong thoUoing'Areyouin : -, jjfi, ; ',."< toi"'?" n...-.*' ity,we: p l"Ceiitfg the betne 1F'o.f peace and, aSQDDOsed ResOlved; That "frpm 'investigations"made..*!
"4\new office haa been established at Fellows- Do' behev favor !thetne t !raV? 44 V ': :MvMmn t .???, M3 WH({, iiffiw4a2,! : .excinntioti" from ,anv further In(han arA_fnllviatkfieI'tlat'tf&'Idea 'tIJat thILkitH
vIueiaton: count, Virgin a you th Irish'canie over ID'thesa outrages. 15' J.l '1t. ::-fl. ; tz..1G1 ') U'., ;; l.t.- at-Jnan rivef t the ill uatnoul Can .Johnson'refused! place at which bontlwitb Noah?
V oacc S.Heerman editor of to open an qV Doyou; believe that Eve's eating the forby 3en'Truit'caused ,, May fortune:,granrjj b :oihCI a.' rn'lr9mi qf. i 4 -iio.t ame'batid: 'Indians, not'Xce ding'five'in ja Ul1
4'i Fellbwsville the in man's .< r' .%irilyjythie mostfil' bgr i-\? logatliJQr:erronoouc.'H A ndj among dthc
Democrat .! kgot .
a
a ; neck ;
Whjg paper U the ., called'Ad' ', .
wise.
: P08tm 'w 4iio1
1-c st r/ Mr.L' a ?' *"""" '- ". I"OS ;! .i :1$ 6b3 'fflPHffP8&P r. diq r ?on8.rendering snha upitIonjArobabIv
! 'Heeiaws,tt strongly ntUUvery in his'senti: i.:7-; (11)1"Doyon1iqtoi"1 : A'V : '. V -It? .." savLge : "rsa Wo oints ET'eJ'tt1 rfliy'be mentioned the' em'aTos of'the camp firefoa.inaolx5lw
mentvand' he .constantly d'CI1k"" throneh dualimgwiizct?' n.p zg4)JW: 'tI a b ,' )h rot V side t1Ii 'P ni is l8t d both wiiIiot'WdTti.V trnumber;:of IriHiiufitfiieiiAbVsertu'
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L' hiiwloans! ,non-extension, rata\'eJ.rl rnani {; <.lW :'- : i h i A l'tu' good'to'tlfo n .9.r dian1R .1 &lcn'ft111enru'ft.b.t h dd ka& o!., ufagertJw sbt4 IJI8 of
; l.1
cipation, i where It'exists,and'especially .inVir-V i .l.elccted, doyowpledge.ydnwelf noftogo today r Gen, TfIdt'l hivieit i tit dfF therlM the.1J. co Df JhQlrt.o. 1Jorkt : nlerYUKJb : time, r.O..1 uce ding four days, beteea ie.tTOttkkt1 ,
;F1pkfort7 dh1ancet '
I li& If Gen. Taylorumeans his : :OL f t! ..r'Notbe1ng'caucised 'm : the House pihlage or ncf'hnndred Iile
;
4 Vt1e 1.FtL and
tion to bd troelaveryi is'eems ton Administra:I L. : ondo you p'e rt( .. 10i herldathejt 1 ( :8 It' h .,.N'So. ., ;.7 qad... thiA" t9a..JVit."nll .t .e" tI fJi !i. \ el Y .byndiauS 124C44
V he1 taieht gH 1.our alqsjqIS Pie fl r8 to 'Pm teStovl1l,. 100 ;an. so far : WttJtP1 d'i itous
setrnot as by
Ja ,.toI lid- man o 'Cone to be caucused off-butruQ Wlhl tliea as h18 1 <'-u1. t. '. : : .clrG paths wd interveaiaj ,
I 'I' *tmaIteri4FeUowevjlIe.. 1XJ' ;r.lg'-Tiri. ,. tar ; m,the'evriing> goingv-throoghthe! t tI talc'ntslnC'Excllency J. J\a e!,P.I f '.be. un _1111"i' cWr1 aOrfth t on we..llID wafcer-corirse, awamps,ahd lakes andf the amounloCpoadflrrciooredtteaehpointiA ''
: ; : 'D-tt : iWM decrreal: j J'l ? < TJ *i
1Qt Wbint4 f;
.Mr.Wf
VJ d" ,'. 4 'V C. : ': V, V J q: ./VVJ -. : I like 'A dose of alts>it !"*:>&" ,'"! rf/w ideDVH1 ry'i lh 1I1&1I 44VQ(1Jid IOZU t.i'.o'hie Wifr'J been induced ; :ave 'And that we satisfied b licn tli*''!

.i;:V : ;VV : u' .: :(,; ; t: s ti 10t1t'1l\ ,. I joit't..; 'h1t1IJ skoo&tparticuluitmqnirIes, theEeroutrages'havtees'couhtaBanoS'tar! .
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Crom ?? individual acts or feelings of any 1tmtS l. Smithh hadg caa farin.the.; < ;'I1IN is V.TSSjoK-The' St. Sli rifi! S Je. 't'5N ; -.4 ,. Ir :
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ned or f That much credit is due to Col. C. F Vthe :L uiSf'Eta ( Ihe'authority-of a Y'TERTUE of.aDeerte of the Circuit Courtin ;
2d regiment of artillery,"and to Ma- : ,TTxe'ons1equenceof t !ai.th .t: 9.1td\l\e : B .; _
cjb,of ,under his command,' ; : .J jet i from :best ibformed politicianB ctcey;IiW ag>ln the cause of David ,
and LieuAdams : four gallant npridiai8adbeen '1dond to'h <
; jIey exertions for thetectioflof L. Palme?and-Uarlo* Ferris, against Hen ,
theirn ont the citizens.ancTenergctio r'fate., and leVon. this:isolate fan'd ndTan- f in-lllinois* \' ',;%tfintrtnWe/Jflf* / s- t.freasonable M ot at rietta B*&ird-JaiD; ; AlPickett;Amanda Par-
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fO 1'tfl. Tha.t we respectfully recommend toKTcitirens edfroiiticr, tOaintain.1uIaided: .:t the occupan. doubt But that.Oen. Shields sons and Thomnspi.Holmesj: IjWillselllnfrontof
of other counties throughouttSSJSmeet : the:Court.flouie. in the Town .of JacksonviHej'on -
oor and express their opinion o*, ,cyof that wholecionofcountry.: :..ne had will bxt; between } ijt{ 4 l e'f oir4n :

ject'hatthe \tl recieved a letter,.from}TI bf-th eTjn ioble 'United-States. the usual hcrarr;.of Sa1t.Jhe foUOWifl J rl1" .:: : '
.1tit of these m et: The Era .places tie ; ; C df&\Dq"'JJI L
RtJd d -proceedings be furnished for men, who assured ln "Wltb.tru .Amerlcan .: property to.wit:,,.All that certain tracV piece,. TaahaueeJaIy21$44 _
itb tba and foregoing that the newspapers report, of.this Stat;' spirit that they '1o.uld hold'the pd'ttn'intildriven moref' ''e confidence in,.this opiriion froaT ".'or.parcel,- >f land, lying,:situated end befog:;on :F "i" .<
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)oo, third the St.-Johns Ri.yern Dnval{county near;the \ 4.2ELECTlON1sheretrOMeredtobsbeld
of Washington city, are requested the lacPtnat'theiWnter; prefers a ,
C.-en as those and that copies be trans.tud from 1t.:1; >YJ'orcH" prayedXJwi'thatA ? '" I'Bar.,.including the>Steam Baw,Mill,-with all .4ia.th Fourth BrigadeetFioMsla, _
the same ; j.> -< .1
.II pal/tub Secretaries of the meeting to the .the blood.f the efcgalhint'citi2ensv'inight- 5 not- persoiVwer the. General. -* *' and singular, th buildings teaemmt i on the first Monday ra.October next,at th.pUeea -

: t.U11V by lor and the Governor of Florida. have' "p to be- visited upon tbeir'Go, : ent-and .;" t ments and apportenenecSi thereto .-belonging. 1 appointed by.liwfcr.tire election Ccraity 4' '

having been.read and listened to he 'trust Pl asantSch\ ol Book-A young man 'Said tract t containing .one hundred>acres of Officers for.a Brigadier General;will the ya.cancoccasioed -
that the
expressed a officer in
WhiCh,
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the
General .
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by
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JJ by the meeting, were, on mo- stepped into a .book store and said 'he land THOMAS LED\VITB u resignation f
attention ; **
here would s
mand
fe-el.at liberty to deppatch at "Sheriff Dnval Count CliarlesByrne. jr
5 T. RUSSELL, Esq.: ., adoptedittSwsly. '
wanted Man's Com
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THOS. to a Young .Also Election
get is ,beheld
an hereby Ordered
tion without a dissenting voice. once the steamer.whi h arrived -day, with all ByA:'w CRICHTON; DaAD.c.: '
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ion. mUle Third.Brigade of Florida llilitii at Oft '
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pan JackS I,iIleAti.t21849.1 tdoV ,
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J motion, the last resolution her troops and stores, to reoccupy this important time and Above for
After1.T S on ", "3 **WfeH sir said the bookseller U' ;places specified a Brigadier
reconsidered and amended, so as to re- post. If the Kandfurof inn now there, ".....r.j ,*.u.s*jT 1 O t.! 4T' .1. AGENCY *? General U fill .the vncancy occasiontdjby the '
I !__ of the same to be transmitted to my daugHter: ,. .i (. :, resignation of Gen. Samuel RusselL,_ 1
Mn\ were driven away., 'there will have been two .. : 'r. ,- T .-. 01..1.- I! ...r Joe'! .
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: of s.*J u.r Also
;nped; nt- instead of the Secretary ,.. -- : oj'S. : on Election is hereby Ordered to beheld "f
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ibe counties, .Dade and St. Lucie, relinquished to 'TAX COL'A2CTOR'8tI,48T!:a ItOTICErilllE DR. S. FITCH'SOELBBRATED in the Cavalry Reginwnt of the Second s t.'

War. to a numerous call, Col. C. A.ifrrcHtU the enemy since the outbreak, for want of military UNDERSIGNED, Tax Assessor' and 3IEDICINE. Brigade, Florida Malitia cfl the first Monday ia ;:

In answer, of Marion county, addressed the I aid. 'But the error he pointed to, might, X Collector for the'countJ
Sine portraying in an impulsive speechS4iaitrous I he thought, have proceeded from accident or of. hereby gires'notice that he wilT at- of vacancyjoecasioned, by the retignaUpa, (f CoL "

I consequences to the country i.the want of proper information, and he hoped tend "for,the last time*,at the following times Catarrh Samuel S.B eaeer'. ; .... I .
1 be anticipated from theircent and for the of collecting the Coughs,. Consumption, "
places purpose
tbat might : L
generallY would be speedily remedied. Mr. Y. expressed I '*" Officers commanding BzpdesiBegIta, .i
hostilities the Revenue forthiStat lor.they ear'1840. viz: Asthma, Heart Diseases, spep- '
expressing ,
Indian .Battalions, and.Companies,;. within ,tbII&2 : .. t
confidence in the officer
and wishes of the citizens of Marion. great appointed.to con-. At C. S. Emery's Store* ,Mandarin, on Monday sia 'Gonbrrbpsa,, P1e'mal& lira hereby required to carry .into.effect.this !t

views to the course that should be purged duct the military operations in .Florida, 'and 'the ISth. inst. a ? as Complaints&c. &c. .
,. At.:.Johnjchison's House Baton Island,onTuesday'irth'inst. ..- : **"*' "J' i'
toward5'16? Indians, and urging their. saw in the declaredpurposes of the Government, ; < ,. *, ,, -
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: .need* and entire removal.The the united and earnest sentiments of our population ,: .. > 'AIid' .. W. D. _.Go;.. ;
Broward's <
C. CABELL succeeded, and At'Cql.ohii House, Cedar..Creek. D .".S. S.:' r t9h' !! PPOTtergfSh1uldet ;' ,August 4,1849. v ,. :1.
Hon. E. and the known ability of Gen. Twiggs, onThuiidaylZth inst.. tc.i '-,' J '.

ns listened to with deep attention, while, the most auspicious prospect of ,early relief At S.Thompson's 'Store,Black Creek, on I ,"l1ra.cti,: ngl.Tu/Je8t.Qnd Let. tt PROCLAMATION: BY,THE GOVBBKOB. ;
in a few pertinent remarks, deprecating the from and final Monday 17th inst. ". ; : .tUTU 'on' Consumption;and'the' .. (. ?* v 'J t* & j
._ nf Dartisan or political allu- our present calamity a departure ... Ci : (,
I -- i./.tmn. -- anv- J At"D 'C.. Prescott's St re..Clay. Hfll.,onTues-, : : i afctof\presermrig'Life: arid t ; :" .9, !
IOiuLu" of the Indians from borders I \ .4 i.J
tend to mar the harmony of our '; ,1V *: ,. n
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skm that might assembled to consider the inte- ajr At I.OLU Wm.Thomas'inSt.' House';thom s, i 1e on Mor .. ; (Health, to Old age,. s. ]
meeting Indian '
the More Depredation on the Trxn ; .)
4c.,4c.. 1
rest and duty of a common country under a Frontier.On :. day 19th..ins!. c fAt :,. .," ; ..: N
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He detailed what he. the.Conrt Jacksonville t '
: House on
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common grievance. Wednesday last the Christi .1 hay? been appointed Agent for the sale of .J" ..' J.I
understood to be the policy of the Administration says Corpus day, Friday and Saturday, the 20tb, *ThUrs.j the'above Goods and will them '-ti
to the immediate and total re- Star of the 4th ult. L eut. Aik ti, of the Rangers 22d inst. keep constantly ': I'd
as s _on hand store in. the Town of .. j .
Drug '
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moral of the Indians, and its disposition to crossed, the reef at the head of eight or It is hoped that all tns'hohave: not yet j Fla. '.Execuuve: Department- :-
'thefr Tax lU ? in : Tampa, Tampa Bay, > ... *if
paid / punctual '
. afford every aid and protection to the citizensof ten men, information having been received thata the above appointments andthereby save meeting the Dr. L. D. ROGERS.f .; 1, .,: 1i..TaUakajsefj July V,184.'j_ ,+
,
Florida.which they had a right lo demandor party of Indians had. driven off a caballada. enforcement the Law. \ 1VT,IS HEREBY ORDERED; That.per- t'I

conldjrfstly expect. of horses belonging to some Mexicans who lived Hours.of attendance from'10 o'clock A; M. to Dr.'itch's -"'-GUiDE Bopjt TO bVALIP, i sons who shall be appointed by thesevenft ..;i
The meeting was next addressed by the 3 P. M.,, ', l''f 'oJ and DircHibriS for promoting Health, and In.structions' fudges of Probate of this Stata'lnspeeton ofJEletions :. 2o
Hon. D. L. YULEE, who excited profound here. On Thursday an express arrived from A. A. CANOVA A I i 'to.Mothers, in' the Management of- to be held for County'Officers Off Woa- .-

interest as he pictured the distress and suffering Lieut. Aikens to Capt. Blackwell, requesting. Tax'A'sscssotand' .1 Collector D.,C.. Cliil ren may ,beliadgrauit6nsly; by.cali, pay the'first day of October'next;shut alia'acs"J ,3

of our hardy frontier settlers,. driven reinforcements. The next day a wounded Mex- Jacksonville,Sept-ist t .1. 497 4t, ling for'it at-the store as above. An r extremely'valuableB6ok. cllnapectors the-Elections for Officers of the ,

homes and rendered destitute by : I ,_ __ __ ,. I Morida Militia,.ordered, to be held_ ontrit :.t.1
from their ican was brought in, with' the report that one ., "t. >' ,1 -7 ---r----- i>;
the dread of the savage. Mr. Yulce farthersaid H c- .. < '. Tampa August-> ,. 2:1' 1849... ,., '11. ;; .' ondajofOci ler. ,*. :. :
other had been killed and that fears were entertained Woticc. ..
that confiding in the good purposes and I i '_ r' .,.-- IT. 0' L, ":W.. D.MOSELEY, Governor. "
assurances of the Secretary at I that Stewart (well_known as a hunter ]NqTICEJs hereby given, that'l have filed .EASTERN JF 'i'x'JUDICIAL"r"l', CIRCUIT. .. August 4, 1849. T k :9wfi
satisfactory the had also before the Honorable the' 'Cwcuit Court of St. Johns -. '
War he was not disposed to be hasty or and fishermen by name Scotty) County Elect JOB of Senator. t '. .

censorious, in_his judgment. lie thought the been killed by the same party of In ians. The Court.Probate for Duval county,-prying an Thursday the' J4th day of June, A 'VACANCY having ocenrred in.the bffic* $
assignment of my dower out of the Est te, both vT State Senator in the Sixteenth Bena-
at fault, however, in some particulars wounded man brought in was shot by an arrow, real and' A. D. : '
Department personal,of Henry Hartley: 'deceased, ., ,1849 ; tonal District occa ioned by- the reBlgnaQooof i
which he proceeded to specify, but which entered the.back beneath the shoulder and that 1 shall apply on the first Monday in George JR.: :'Fairbanks, Master 'y' J tbeHon-Erasmns DJ Tracy:r'If keretf-Or. '*

which he hoped would be remedied. and came out at the brest. The'arrow was October next. the next..regular term,of .said "" in, h.ancerrr.r) nl,4 tiered j That an'election be.held In said'IHa iet */I

On motion of the Hon. B. A. PUTNAM, a sticking in him when brought in. From the Court, for an order to have ,the same assignedt. use Burroughs E.CarrJe a l: } Y'PubliciLtiobJ rd ? on', Monday, the-:.dayof" OctobeFaext to-
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of thanks tendered by the meeting SUSANNAH. HARTLAY l W lvr-a
was '' <
vote To* fill.,laid vacancy jsn ;* ? :
to their CKairman and Secretaries.-- ''nature of the wound,and ,_length.of the time Widow and Adnvtx, Henry Hartley. ,deed.. -.' Henry W. Groves, et al: J J .'. .: -Given wider my hand and the greattteal of '

Then on motion of THOS. 1'. KCSSELL. which. elapsed before he;could,receive medical September let, 1849. '4t' TTPON reading and filing! the affidavit"fG o'1 1K. .the. State-of Florida, at th1tL. .' .
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Esq the meeting adjourned sine die. assistance, it was thought he would not recover. rairoanKs, pQiicitor orsaiauompiainants -"' '1 tol in the City of Tallahassee,-E I; '

J. H. BROXSON, On Friday ore of the rangers, named Holland, IVoticc.' t.appearing' that'the"said Defendanta, .i8EALj. 25th day of July,A. D.;1849?end
'II
Chairman. .Henry W. Groves and Martha 'Bartlerre.side of American' Independeo&fr'tbo '
Jacob
who left in the morning for the camp at Palo Forman ) !
.' 'in the State'of North Carolina, and'that i,74thyear. :
GEORGE WASHINGTON, vs. '> Notice in Attachment; >
in the aternoon and stated that : Lewis Mary :,. .
P. C. ZTLSTRA, -- Alto, r returned I Cyprian Cross. ) Henry'Boutellj'jCharlesBoutell'and -; "W." D.- .MOSELEY. ., Gonra&r. -
JOHN DRTSDALE 't he had seen two men-one,.:.he thought was a Caroline B utelJi reside in.the State of, Mast, Attests + '* ;= '
f I HE Defendant and all others interested ,
,are sachusetts. l "' > *'*** .
Secretaries.J3 Mexican and the other an Indian-about five .6. commencement c. W.Dowamc&crtfarj of'State
notified of the .
hereby'
'
On'motion of said It ; I
I
> G10iri
Complainant's Solicitor. August 1849.= / .
I miles from Corpus, who shot at him with arrows ; this suitreturnable, to a Justice's Court, to beheld is ordered,that the'said Henry w GroveSjMar--. _---i S I -. "" .. ; .

The following is a summary of the remarks one of which slightly. wounded' him in.the'I ; Jacksonville, on'the twenty-ninth i day tha P. Bartlett, Lewis Henry'Boutell; Charles< .. Sale in St AulrtUfIRe.

made by Mr. Yulee at the Meeting in St. i I wrist. 'He snapped his pistols at them, both of the September- next' and to appear.--- and, .-plead to Boutell, and* Mary Caroline 9.f ll do 'appear WILL BE SOLD'at Public Auction, la .,ifl
same. and answer the"said Complainants said Bill ofConplaint' nt of the House in the of .
relative Indian affairs the 25th I missed fire when he concluded re Court City
Augustine, to on of which Given. under my hand and 'seal) this within four' Months from the first Augustine on Monday tbe'28th1 AngosV,. '

instant:- turn. They made no attempt to pursue him.W11ifrf [SEAL-] twenty-eighth. day.-' ,of August'. '. ', A..D. publication. of this Order. 1849, at ten o'clock, A. M.: the Real Estata of '
1849. It is further ordered*, that d tie' publication Francis Gue.late of St.Johns dcesae& ..
county,
Mr. Yulee expressed his treat gratification ; ,
.
__ ;;I'V. mid Abolitionism. A. W. CRICHTON, thereof be made 'Weekin sdmfe: ( + -" 1i- % :
---ee-- ------ --- Newspaper consisting :i- 4r
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1 at what he had Lear from the t wo distinguished The following is from the Boston At. Justice of the.Peace. Duval Co.: printed in this Circuit-1 for the periocTof four A House antLt'boindI1onthe.south-by ;

1 gentlemen who had favored the with Sept-lst, 1849. : 3m, months. .
meeting las one of the most prominent Whig Bridge streetj ntLe east'by.Hospital streeC ,

:: their views, j'ecia11j because it satisfied him at the North and we now chal- Certified to. be a"true.' Copy. and on the west by Charlotte Street; ".
papers Jacksonville,Academy. P. B. 'DUMAS. Also aL6t on the corner of SL George,and
that there
f was now a complete harmony in the lenge the production of any conflicting SECOND ,TERM will commence on '>. .. Clerk C. C. of St.-Johns county. '. St. Pat.trickstreets:. ,. ,., \ .i :. I
i public mind as to the necessity of a removal of THE I June 30 *' 4m'' "
Northern 1848.
the Y'
from
opinion any Whig paper, nextSeptember 3d.; Each quarter .AlsotburLotaoflandl7inE on ve jider ,

't. the Indians. There had never been anything or a successful denial of the facts here is,12 weeks, at original rates. I. .T. VOIU1eleI!.for.tbe' Florida War. .. ofMaria' Sanchez: ,Creek, described' .ina plat '

if. wanting to effect this desirable measure, but a stated, by any Northern Whig paper : Misses,when payment is made strictly in ad- .Numerous'communications having been received made for' thirteen Augustus Ponjanl as Lots .;. ..11mei >

unanimous and earnest public sentiment. He vance, will be received fora, period of 11 weeks his the ,Governor from eleven, and fifteen containiag, .each << ::
.Our by Excellency ,
THE SLAVERY QUESTION. ie hundred and feet '
in fif
loto fifty length by '
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at $4. 5 and 6 for ordinary and the highest
Sieved the'
cow that it was the resolute detcrnrin- persons in different sections of State-offer, "
; readers will bear us evidence that we English branches. ty in breadth. All.the above property will bar '
\, alion of the State, as a People, to insist upon / lug their cervices to raise and organize Companies sold subTect. to the'widow's, Li.imlop dovni' 'at
endeavored the B. K. SEWALL -- -- --- -- --- ---- ----- -----
have to slavery ,
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present -
to the "
ana "
serve against Jldian8 requesting JOSEFA .,
thisnie.sur, and he was sure that the whole 1 tf PRINCIPAL. G .AdJ : r
Sept '
and Commissions that effect I
extension question fairly candidly.We am 'requested ;by .
St.' 21 1849. 5tSheriffis
I Augustine, July ,
S
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people of the State without to tO t'u"ntelirlllthority.isvesled
answer-thereto & -
regard party, have staled what him to'state '
every person
would cooperate in its accomplishment. Mr. knows to be true--that_ every Whig New Books !,' New\ :Books>! in him.".,.Should he deem'it"necessary Sale ,Benton: .County, .Fi $1"Vj
call out volunteers for therabove'pnr-
proceeded to say that he was satisfied with member of Congress from the free JUST Received and foV sale by the' subscri ,he to.could'only Commission upon ereCtion "TTTLL: De'sold before the Court House door :
pose f 1
theassurances which the Secretary of War had States would vote in favorof excluding of theseveral, frofficers by: ithe"'respectlve T.T of Benton county on the first'Moaday .. .
TIlE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, in August next between 1e usual hours of Baler ,
Si enofhis i
intention the froaicr ,
elect'their and
to : commands.
protect slavery from the territories of the U. A Tale of the Pacific, by J. :Fennimore Cooper. C6mpania Captains the rOUOwiDBProperti. to'wit: ,TheEast} ot -I
Isolation and to the Indians from the Lieutenants;:Baitaluns.elect their. Lieut.1:Colonels -
remove his talents and Price 50 cents. >
uion, and would exercise x ; their South.Eastof. Section No. 12, Township 21 tJ4
elect
l limit of the State. these THE RAID OF GOMEZ.-25 cents.* e and Majors; -Regiments Color South 19 East also '
Resting upon assurances his influence toetJ'ect. such a result.- nels, &e.: .'. *t"T Range ; SouthWestof :
; he would not be inclined to be too hasty We know of no 'Whig paper in the free rUE FATAL" ERROR,25 cents. For:present purposes in the opinion of the.: the SoutTiW est K of Section 25,Township 20.Rajoge '
By the Countess uf Blessington- l LiLevieo!na3 the of CL3V 4
or censorious in hisju 'mEnt. So far otherwise Governor a sufficient force h s been called out property
States that does not stand GUIDE "
> C uncompromisingly ,. :THE PRAIRIE Jenkins, to satisfy 'Exdcations issued 4
I he would rejoice to be able to assist in .upon the platform the non-ex A.Talc- of the. Mexican','JVar,-25 c nti, This force- onsists of two Companies from"D.u-; from the Circuit.Courf of.Benton,?in'fiivor'of '
t val and Nassau tw* from Columbia, one from:
I ttj way he could the execution of the ends an- tension of slaver We.tnow of no TIlE VIRGIN OF THE SUN. Marion 'one from Hillsborough .and two from, George Hernandex,and other this 2d"day ofJnly1849,5 :4

wnced by the Secretary. He was ready to Whig that does ..not.Ve now believe. A Romance of the last Revolution in Peru-25 DzWAALT cts. Leon Counties., . .. t ILiC. MOODY,. 1
.- CHARLES 3 I '' .Btxtox ,
Sheriff '
wwtfy/-
pr-ise whatever already Democratic1 Congressmen __A M DOWNING..Adj '.bn !
stood
it and "
was deserving that large.portion
& Jacksonville 1 1849 tf .
Sep. ,, ; July 21, 1849. i' tda :
10 to do his duty by holding the Adinin- from the free States will take -, K.- t t. '- and Insp.Gen.. *'ad' interim. ,
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f
tr&tion 8IENVER&AKEt&, August J8tn t849 .. 3t Sliifis8ale:Benton County; FL
to strict account for any neglect or the same position. There are members 1. .: '

-by which the safety or interests of his from Illinois, Indiana, and \1Jchi. )2ttov0atiLW.Jac1i.uvj ;i.T ." Adminin'air'm Notice. :n.,1LL: beeold before' the. Court House.'door :

OIIIstituents might be parded. He said it gao, who will go against freedom j whileon -Ur, Fla i. SI" :months and after'vouchers date,'I shall as'AdminIstratorbthe' present Jny acTcdunts 5f?:Augnstnextjbetween"the?. ..Benton connty,''on the usual,first bxmnr Moadayih of .' '
ft
,appear to him there had been great tardi- the other hand theie areWh'ig members Will practice in the'several.Courts in tHe Eas"tern *- Estate of.Ramon" Saachez, deceased,"toth'e sale the following property,to wit:.The Bonth- V *.*!

in forwarding forces to the exposed parts from slave Stated who'will"vote for 'Circuit of Florida ,in the U. S Dis-. Honorable Judge ofProbatofSt.Jb'hfls conn- West quarter of Section Township 22,Bsag9' '

r&e frontier. More than a month had elaps- it. Mr..Clay' we bejieve! will ; so .will tr.ct Court, Northern District of Florida -TIi> ty, for"-final settlement tot said Estate*and 19 f,being 160 acres of land mbret>r lest 'IVnied .

ftnce the hostilities were begun, and the the two Whig Senators from Delaware ; ; .the Supreme Court,at Tallahassee thall,at the same time,-apply for Letters of Dis on.as,the prorerty;of Richard:Crttst,'toeatisfy r*'
and prosecute. & mission as such Administrator;of which all ; Bundiy Executions issued- froni'theCounty.ConTt _,
PWioa of ; perj .
of the counties of and Mr. Houston the'representative!
Hillsborougb John'Ol
before Congress and the sons interested in paid Estat&TAre"desifed 'to' of'AUchua;inVfavor/oF Tw
'
I aton,Marion, Orange, St. Lucie, and Dade, that gallant State, has always voted for .Departmentii'ofGoVT tike notice-' 'MAURICESAN1EZ, :: ,Tyhey tndiothers, this 2d day'orJulyl84P.'.. "'

Uithe} exposed parts of St. Johns would re- it. -There'.IB jio doubt that; Sen. ToyJor .ern' {'n t 4 at. ,. ... ..,t.." AdmioistratonStUpgustihe \r. c,,, .d1 ': N..M..MOdDY' .. ..;t III '
bill contain- '., ," } '" .! t8tiJ49PEbCLAMATI0NBY ..'.r'1 Ldii i '- ---WtBat.'eoiuJy. :
totally unprotected by any military organ- will affir his signature to a Wasliing. '' :t August ; t 'p

tio5 or aid but for the steps taken by the ing the Proviso. -We look 'upon-the .." ...' 10n. '_ TIm TGOVEBtfHiA Joly2l.T849l_. ii tdsSherifiVlSale

foeraor of the State-and even.rthis limited further extension Slavery upon" ibis JoSMc'RoBEltT'BAXER. Jan.6/49., .IJ.<; S.SrciicsB.. ,- ..'-\lV\.' t. 1',t'J1, \ i ,. Benton c t,*"FIa.

'J b regretted to understand the Secretary continents a moral imposibility.: u; _- :1: :1" ti --1. .. '1 l.l :tJ TT7ILL be sold.before the Court IIo doer &

lad repudiated. Mr. Y: said he regarded it of We wilVjiot extend. this:article t' '. further i3aw Notice.! -':'. s'.J > i. gn "t1i' ,,1*jr: :" ,of Benton county, oaths. .iXrn Moodtt* '

Ike first in of view but we ask.our readers.to maik the 2149' ; .i-r.,.,r "" .' iqn.,(- inf August next,'between the usual houzs of ca& _
consequence a military point JAC1SONWLttAU1ISt, .,. ..1't'tl't. i.1 'the to wii ,.One.hanstffed
1bt admissions contained in ,the foregoing '' :. following. .property,: : : ,
tot '
a.foot oC ground should be yielded to left' the; Statefo California,.l Jf, 'Jr. }. 4 and isixiy acres of land more,or less,bdagi2i ;

tI -that all the settlements asthey ex- extract. Every Northern Whig member HAVING. .transferred.my-business. tni Cot -- ...u':' .' v 10.,< North.. asi quarter Section 18, Towntbia 22 ; (

IItd hen the first act of was done of Congress, every Northern Whig Samuel Spencer, 'whott"drJn,eonjunctioDwith .. --r-------- '' .. South,',Hange |SEastfralsatheEas4trh4l( cft ,' '. P
Qoul outrage I I paper indeed every Northern Whig, is Mr. Baker,.prosecute.al unfinished:business toaclose. I .J:Eleell.'ia'r. ''.' :; .NoTth-West quarJerjof: 17, Ton ; ; : 'islrt

maintained-and that the heavy croittefrntjcr B in favor of the -Wilmot Fioviso. So .ftt /( '3.i-tiriJ-iKJie: -*"* I :t ACA1 hiigpccurred.In the m ;South 1'Hangn T9/EJist.'l1eviedoa the proeperty : '
counties bhouU be harvested. ; Northern The Militia claims in my charge,will beat, 4 Ie !believed it lobe' very essential'to the aysthis; leading organ :of tended);'1>y*'jnyielf'in :cpnnction....,,wit J Col,, .lDjatnct occasioned:by;the resignation o fhet' r i'Tfi"f*! : L-lA 1taftt_,** >

1eeIuit \\' higgery. Where will ihef MacpriJournal Spencer"and CoL'CharlesE. SJi enn ofWash'. !floBWti;H j'ierebjvd: > 'r i? rB t''ldDeQ.wi ,Qy 'tJ1S.'s' ,. .*
7 ofotz. thatrno nlove ,
people, offensive 'and!Messengeir::now- ]loot for its .. ibgtop"'and qrj' '*effoadejUP$iftprosQcuteithe'm'td jThat an eleetionjl>e heN,in eaid district en Mon ,1'.1otu.1.A'.. '' ; 4 N'3LMOQDY+u.,!; : f
.
!? hoald be undertaken, nor any' inilitaryia -- noble4i\Vhigs :at-jhe North .1-Macon! I A Successful.mult ; ;hC" day"th'e nrBtj a y pfJOctoberneaiV to fill said vt; t \tl., "1-. _. -1;J-tt. # tI..f: :

t the Indian country.-ntil adequate '1"*, "t'* ''no'authority collect the"Sn9ney; ;dueontheseclaims.as : '., cy:'r' ff.- + t y j} afe r.f 1TlI,1 &ti*T ",f. t.w."I 2-t;,.CH.;ft't'l'., :: tdsTLIrbe.BbVrbefore'the .y :

4Ira were taken vo cover the frontier, and Telegraph.. ; |uyea1Y8.Y8 preferred tohave whatever i! .g'3 'hi: 'G. iven.under.myihandi.and:the great J blf i: M
tb.t none : 'nowezulting1&the' : .money may e appropriated placed iu't.he i) ndl. 1 5tbet4te&ofiloridsstthesx4tiee'tbaurth iiflsa': CPinlWiF ..
other than a mounted force wpufcf" The Taylor paper are the .
such partiesinterested 1ttJr.
hand of local paymaster .asr pif.9JtJQ.he..C 1..oT "
a \
? izdo &
,
do fC' ConjI r
Vermont ;
ia ;fcp
fact that all the democrats r '
thilpurpose. He .the Depart F bMheir.i A.ilnde.. .
thought selectjitlerJhelact [ dsyofAngnst, 1 '
in of the free democracy nominal "'" may 'Yt, ,in Benton county,on the first.Monday ,
'
unite support .
'Xong therefore in rejecting the aid of the. tion made.ly the Montpelier C nvention. ,Should I: lief. ".f e 1QRY'YALE.August ,Jl:;10ft'r ( )..844D.d .-Ammcm in Augtut next,bet ween the usual'hours of sakitSthefpltoFiogpropertyj4o ;

iroo when the only two mounted.BegItL&Ched ; The whigs happen to succeed in "choosing their I 28,1849., a 'Fit*rf .3,*.$ !("1 _..'__ pe tie e.the71U1.yearr" >vitr,TlieB6u1R I, 'P I (

'wil11i'nd" j. .... :, ; ,.. .. "w. f'DiosEI4ETkr' of the South-West quarter,and-&utb :( *
to the beingempl6yed in ticket,.tbesosam; Taylor papers pa, -;'--- ": '.Ut># f. }l; .. *? .V ," quarter
&nt army, : gi.eibout .about the triumph.6f .wbiggery 1 II1IJLJ ClJtOT.l! 1'.: q ".iitntpBE I 'A.ta.---to.it.t. 8u oternoL9idL f'r.'I.1. .- 'L W m quarter of the South-East qowi r;[8e1 1
quarter, were not available for thIS "- n: uowtuNG 0 .qr.tkft1for
r North'West :
tn over the coabtu n free-Boilers d democrats; tBOO K8of S !ri.PtiiJn1t 'J1i lt \ '- 37i ad quart

He thought the Department wrong.too 1 and'y t the whifefl.here daimto be the best 1r4 ..J.-a, stock otiheF&tlantioandGolf Rail Koad; t ::. _. 4a i... 'i ; Q. J'I" 4rNorth4.at4uaiterOtNorthWes&qthter

lering Gen. Twiggs to establish; hinwelf! r toiler... .on' ."the face of the earth;-Boston. Post. "" Company,will be,opened,in the'drjf'of StAuTgustineat ,' Itnoijthaaf r! atrrfjii...." eDti? 7." Kioa34iToin3hipl9 8otb E gs ;
'
;'notte.Harbor, in advance of provision!or, : I.. "to L.. I,0. /0 the office of VfiiA>For** '"K rat '-3 wttntiandvoucMrs lathe .Judg4LPtforMoncOUntTiOLa.l 17 Eaj# Levied.OT'fcy Jeremiah Execntio.M.-ILsy' Iedfrom'
2lfav Constable to eatiirjr'ssmdry
set&ment ,
$ with4 flCIOCkA'M4bTU5Sdfhe
ntl of urtPeopte.iC..1he report fee had. Which i Graphit.-Lord he dined>,as Byron.describes,follows:. Like a most party parties if September nut abit/will bd:'i'en tiii M 1-Cl oneil, j, ,arid _"lyforducbrge'asAd unMtritowndes the Justice' Court.ofBenton,9te" ?aei'ergnsoiand !? ?
9t8Uchau Qd
: this
fh.l order was correct' He thought of the kind it was first:silent,theijialky\ then.: until the whole stock'is takenc r tor of theLestatof amid late_ of others. day fl 3 .
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Ie N. IL KO
t the Department had: Oomsjittedji'jBad. tDeD d p.L p .8i th n'un t. //; : !In,behalf of th'e (Commission ." 't I count.t)01". R 1)4 w J JWD.. -' r
irgtznlentati \-tl
?: !, ad .C-B i /Vf ilsiD.'K ."' I -, .I ""' ont1I :1D' dmr. .- Sheriff B&t. ,.. t '
(ailiug to Authoriie CTnifnoince of 1igib1 then:althyThp inartk ate ,. : .
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tablu1ii1itBiycrjbythcs tbdrtkP', August 25,1849,'. U : ,: Marion ,'August ,'l84'; '. O. July 31-,1849.- ,,-- '. -: ; ,.

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t' +" (' the first Monday in'June next;at 0o'clock, A.&L.in ..Their charges are eatabliahedby the SATan, I I', 'JOHN 'MUtt. !!"18li ,
ithF h Election Of Statc.ScatOrs. "' S" ; 3 1 ." .
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q Jacksonville, East Florida' : ;y> i SI -'Ii : ., '
,It *n }1.; ; .. VACANCY having occurred in the office \ Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation Theyarr the Agent of the U.'S. Mail S :THE JLAB1E8 ,

'J'it t .JIIi 'l; A. ofBtate Senator: In the eighth Senatorial of young Lads and MIs where,: Steamers,at ,this placeand' are ,now enabled i I 'GREAT oS A.dLE.fJE l fcH1

4 },Is.t :; : 1 'i.DI( ncitb1thedeatl of Hon. James H. T. Lori they will, be instructed lathe Elementary'andhigher : to offer evify facility to,the Merchant J'uf Planter u.t* p aI .1" Da.T w"saJ'SAun.1 J ,

,; .t k' : f, fclsJaer,andiJi the thirteenth Senatorial.district by.. S branches of an English and classical .d *K Pwhlrfl* lJj'.r.P tmq I and speedy.cure(or.iD '' ; cc
pia&OI211a
; JZ; Ll ., ,to;ijjth, resignation of lion.J.P.Sanderson, !,infifrtfae .Education, and young men will be-'fitted;; for Goods consigned to>theirjcaref" be receivfnVwATded S -.1; for the>general prostration of
': l;1: fifteenth Senatorial district by the resigna- for life in the Latin 1d ..If ,nu with desDateh. the
College or professional ter 'whetherthe
: 1"U'I. :.\ !.! ';.;tion ofUon.Louis'Aldrkh:.It it hereby Ordered, Greek classics,: and, in .the:Philosophical;;.'and. .i e ixtjffice. and Warehouse.are'* j situated .< AN, EtfTIBBLY VEGETABLE CWO1JND.o. r causes,produced by rwult of inierSi nt.- *

,Jti it ;! _JTTha"cu..electIOD' be.held 'in said districts on Mathematical sciences.Arrangement., : convenient to the Wharf. *!I T'HIS, MEPICINB waS prepared by regular accident.Clothing- irregularity, ',_, tot

1 t :t1 i; ','r: JK Monday, the first day of October 'next''to fill *. 1 Palatka St.John's River., E.F.\'January 13, ; '-' Physician, aiid is the result of an extensive can be more '
1. '
aid vacancies.ll ',10.9' 7 ftis'bilious cli fJlltlaa i.vigorating -
)1i J. .; fj practice of several years effects {
will be divided into four qnarterayof on the
io f ; f. :fli ;-f Given under my hand, and the seal of TUE about YEAH 12 weeks each with intervening vacations S .mprkeJateat8 ate Those who have ;used,it themselves; or ,sons all'weakness; and lassitude.hwnuuh;:r

1.t. .J ..is ..., ed-- .. the State Florida, at the Capi. : The day will have, two sessions: the first ; ,, fr Improve-en Itl8I'IutarJ. .fcts,upon others, need no at onceb conir6bust and, full fro& cfV
'
S .1'' 'i"t : TV,'.C7; ," tol inthe City-of Tallahassee,this from 9 to 12 M7 and the second, from 3 to 5 P. I neaia.la Brdraalie. *
. JI' t '' '.1' c.1 J v[uxu. ] 26th day'of June, A. D. 1849,and M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to PERSONS infringing or'violatlng the 5 of thou J di" has been perfectly restored j by fa'ervelessness of the-female

; L.l, < q\, : : i:".,, .. t 73d year of American d pen. exercises in English composition and declazna ,ALL 6 i -FaCenis recaution ,not to pay thil medlcinewhen aflaotherreuie4ie$ have great.cause of barrenness. frame-1i4i=;.

I !. ffr..f' ofl : dence. tion.' ., for said infringements "' 'i vI tations to Lyinan' tailed: Its.operation is not simply to suspend 'It.will hot be expected 'of

e; t t 1; 1..10.'W.. D. MOSELEY.t1rtA' lAtter the first term;nc pUp'i(will be received. Merchant, Daniel Humphrey ;and Thomas J. the'diaease for a' time, but to[ purify ,the,system d eicat,a nature,to exhibit ts.jff.It
t' ':: c. 'IAttest: A. E.MAXWELL, Sec. State;, and'restore it'to sound and ctrtlcat
perfect
'rl' the of the.session or either of them acting as agents health. 'performed but
r..f" .. 'T 7 '49. ti except at or near beginning Barney, my we can assure tie dlicW'
tloct '
rlfD f ;! ) ',July' ; and no pupil for. 'than one term. under a power Attorney, dated ion-the 18th A small 2'reathebn the' causee, treatment hundreds of cases have beta
rr1 1 ;! f 1848 as said of Attorney and. of fever and'ague and other diseases of DL. reporte to,
,, : Executive 'Department, ) TnitUn.Reading ,' day January, power TQWJlUKD: My 'itebeisgs -
revoked by me on the 23dday of April bilious climates"may be had gratia'orthe undersigned. tressed weakness tt.t 11
TALLAHASSEE was by and
$6,00
r: r Jane 26th, 1849. J ,Writing and Arithmetic, .. general'd'hil
1 .3t4.3c; .. '. ., 8,00 1849. ZEBULON PARKER, Patentee., .. -' i.a uffering continually by pai .it".1. I
; :? .1':, ,* 0cic KAU ORDERS.] Higher English studies "' Also numerous certificates from men of. 1 ehlg'hesl and
Newark Ohio May 19,1849. 3mos difficulties, and
tY i' t:1:: ;: N'etectioD Philosophical Classical studies, 10,00 ., : having known cases wien
: : ; t is hereby ordered to be held iu i respectability, testifying to the great .medicine .
rfi ; t& )q :1, C 1 t1,:' the first Division of the'Florida Militia One half the price of tuition,according to the and of this medicine, can,be seen onappli- has effected great 'cure*: tad', bII
To Farmers
studies will be expected in advance Rairjmeu.ca bearing recommended for
pursued such
,
1l' '; ft'the'tiF8t1tIonday in October next at the places tion to. .eases uIL
I I and the balance at the end of each term. DOU. S described I obtained a bottle
't.o' : .r ,I. r. appointed by law for the election of County, ANTHONY T. Q. HOLMES & CO. of jour ET& "
: "J j) 1 'Officers for' n W Board will be provided in Town at reasonable -1. ROTARY'CHURN, peculiarly Sarsbparilli and followed the'directi
General to command said
a Major
'.r ,.;, Division,, to fill the vacancy occasioned the" rates per month, for Pupils from the coun adapted Warm Climate,as it produces but. Agents for'acbo"Jille an4 Vicinity.. gave me. Ifi a short period it ftl Ted lera I7
r; I ID by and Parents and Guardians who desire ter.ai'easily from sweet milk u from : ., Jo Jacksonville Feb. 24 1849; 8mDB. plaints and restored her to
; r,' '..itteiipatlon ofGen., William Bailey.; try} may bringing this effectual and simple Chum into use;the to Lealtl;' Be
t .. "I"f '.-f.) .1. And' election is ordered .to'.Tail themselves of the facilities of this grateful for the benefits she ntt Tea'h 3
an hereby to be held proprietors, feeling confidence in its capabilities do' : : TOWNSEND'S. ,COMPOUND EXTRACT
f8a: : t' ;:: .! in the second Division of the Florida Militia on Institution fortthe, education of,their childrenand i hesitate to I pronounce it the'best churn.. rer,.ofier pleasure in thus'acknowledging. It;tsdrte

c( j:;Ji: r the first Monday October next at the places others may be assured.that no exertion eb to the public. .?b. Chora U on exhibition theS SABSAPABlULAtThis mending it to the public.

'! 1.,i" : q. appointed by law for the election of County Officers will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and Agency ut> !! Extract is 'put up w tptart'lotths-ii is M.'D. MOORE, cor.of Grand & L1di1l1t III.

;' (m 1 ;i ;4Z. :; fora Major.General,to Command said Division progress in knowledge of all who may be. NO. 2. JOHN STREET. six times cheaper, pleasanter; and warranted superior Albany,Aug. 1844.
second of ,New York cii .
\21 .: 'c' : ,:: to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation entrusted to the care of the Principal. And story in order corner to convince Broadway the incredulous and;satisfy /to any sold. It cures diseases'without TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED Li J

'r ft f { .t;1 of Gen.JamesjGK Cooper. RUFUS K. SEWALL, Principal i tl.e curious at TWELVE O'CLOCK DAILY. vomiting,purging,siclcening.or debilitating the pa This Extract of Sarsaparilla has beea 1.ea

1:: "! j Officers commanding Brigades, Regiments N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to i 1 A CHURNING WILL BE.,MADE. tient'and. is particularly adapted for a ly prepared in reference to female ectttQ enr

;Jf.tr..,. ., ;,. Battallions and Companies within the State, provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen' The public are invited to call and examine the,ma- FALL AND .WINTER MEDICINE. No female who has reason to eaIt

..! ) .h ., t are hereby required carry into'effect this or- ded. [Republican copy.] i chin*, and see its''utility tested. It'combine* the following The great"beauty and superiority'of this Sarsaparilla that criti:l period anppjgproaching "the {

{ ";. r.rVj.: 't in less time a CtJtaia
1st. It butter than other
;: $ ?:t Amanda and make returns according to law. produces any disease it Invigorates the ventive
S for of the
') 1'p P: AdmliiUurairlz e Churn making it and gathering it from sweet milk in any numerous a&d lot
., : W. D. MOSELEY. minutes body, consumption,cured, diseases to which females
f [ 'J' from three to eight and from cream in much are 'subject
f' lOW, .., m;, : f.. 1luI1749. tloct SIX months after date,I shall present. my .,. less time. t.2d. S cleanse and strengthen, time. of life. This period nay bedetoei IQ 4
(
b J i ; counts.and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of .' It produces morf butler r.omthe same amount r consumption can be cured, several years by using this medicine. K ttii
;: "l: St., I ucle County'Tax Collector's Probate of Columbia for final eettle- of milk cream than the' I j : C
ordinary
I..m'i 'III'It" ''. ,county, a or method.as it does i>. bronochitis,consumption, liter complaint less valuable for those who axe appmd
I" 'f't ; SALE., ment'and ask a discharge from the further.ad its work in a more thorough and scientific manner. i colds, coughs catarrh,' asthma, spitting womanhood, as it is calculated to a,1 (
ataistitt
Ci 'bJrl'; ? ministration of the estate of Samuel M. Elliot S 3dr It is the cheapest and must convenient Churn of blood in VIta
j .1T>Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I the ,soreness the chest, by quickening the blood and izmgontat
ever invented involving! true philosophical principles i iit

; ; J I I'c. : JI3 I have levied upon and will expose for deceased,late of Columbia county. : i "butter making. hectic flush,night sweats,difficult system. Indeed,this medicinlislnj i )

.;f' ''Jl( .." f.f-' .sale at Fort Pierce, (there being no Court Housein MARTHA W. FITCHETT, S 4th. New milk;:fter being'churned', is.sweet. tad S or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which women are satjed i t

t Wfefr2, ,. !*I u' the county of St. Lucie,) in the county of St. Administratrix' the Estate' of 8.'W.Elliot. suitable for family use. and painin It braces the whole system..rawrites. (

'*l4* .w-J .r,, --LucieF1orida; on Monday, the22d day of OctoJ4' July 21, 1849. 6m 5d Instead,,of feeding'the calf with milk direct the side,&c. ently the natural energies I

i: d. v fberyA. D., 1849, between the usual hours of from the cow-churned sweet milk wilt answer every have and impurities of the body- ,far reaeTiq, th
stiauj
not eo
.L,492t1b. ,I; ':jg'; 1 sale, the following described tract of land, or A CA'J m. purpose. By.this means the butter U all profit. can becured. the system as to produce a s1Do

tf:' : 'Jj::: :Wt a, so'much thereof,as will pay the State,and County LADY, who has had several years experience does We not offer it upon as recommended the following,terms it : If be the returned Churn I' tion, which is the case of most subsequent medieheitt bat]
t.t A prove may
if.t "i I ,,' .Tatess assessed thereon for the :year 181tf in a finishing school for Young Ladies and the will be refunded. Probably there never was a remedy that ha s for female weakness and disease. '

'!!"i. i i-' .;"'!::,i, .; nd 1848. unless the taxes thereon and the costs ,Ii desirous to reside in Florida; and, therefore We have money constantly on band and for sale;six different been so successful in desperate cases of consump I DISEASE OF THE HEART m. j

( Vi.4. 4.j.: ". are paid before theday of sale, to wit. An Island ,'wishes to take change of an Academy for sizef, $3: $4, f 5. t3,. $9 and 912 capable of tion as this; cleanses and strengthens TURE AND DROPSY.' ,.

rlo '.;c:" ? containing 3.600; acres of land, lying and Young Ladies, or to hear of some healthy pleasant ehurningatonedme 1|, 3) 5 j,'JO, 15,and 20 gallons e system d appears Jo heal the ulcers on the NEW Yoxx,July.221S4; >

e.4'" -'. '.. tt' being in the said county of St Lucis, called town, in which suffcient., encouragement milk cream..' AIiw churns of any size.made to lungs, and the patients gradually regain their o DB. TOWXSKWD-Dear Sir: M1tit 1la

;,. 1 It! .; tt.: ..fMarratt's Island" situated order. ]
; [ near Cape Canav will be given her to establish a school for Young usual health and strength. been afflicted with .a disease ofthelftrt uiin.
f.H" .; Y4t Exclusive country rights to manufacture and sell ;
f. ; '.f :1-eraIlntheBlverYsorIndianRlyerj.gr&nted Ladies, in which, will :be taught all the Bran in the States of North and South Carolina Georgia CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with terrible, rupture for over fifteen ji
::: t. rr b to Don Juan Mcintosh the
.t( J. .'-:..f by Spanish Govern ches of a complete Educations together with and Florida, for sale at about the rate of one hundred I is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. She ,haal I I
:
',iI ;: ,1t.{ .L, tlJ A "' : ,meat, the, 18th May, in the year 1803, and Music,French,Painting,Embroidery,&c. References dollars for each 10,000 inhabitants. I number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness breath and great .I

: ;; measured and laid off to said McIntosh by Geo; : as regards her success and capabilityas Terms Cash: A discount of}25'per cent allowed cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. teri&g of the heart, which has been frllltll.
tr very
; d J.
:; F.Clark the December
,on 1817, as will be teacher will be inthetrade.S
a given. Any one wishing to The following recently received: tressing, and has frequently been unal! .
: {'IJ: ,: seen by the plat and survey thereof; which her All orders pottage paid,addressed to the'subscriber .
who the DR. leave her
engage services or can give abof p TOWJISKND-Dear Sir: For the last t bed. The rupture was 1
K' 4 &' said will be attended very qt
;
: : > : 3,6QQ..ncres are assessed in said St. Lucie promptly uu
] information can her.address t three I have been and She fried
t. ?n ': :' county to John H McIntosh get by applying T. DOUGLASS., Agent. years afflicted with general I severe. almost every raarij,1ft
"
.! : :-f; ::i,r.5' Amount due for Taxes for 1847 the Editor' of the Jacksonville News." No.*John street,corner of Broadway,N. Y. debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit. If to ill

tsd '" 'f "f', .5- .5 ,# ", 1849,' S22.27n Junt 2d, 1848. 3m July'31-2m.' stage,and'did not expect to ever gain my Health had taken but three bottles of your exec!I1ait t

'\'r; J''a ; 't.'.J r ', 26.73Add at all. After going through a course of medi medicine she was entirely relieved of thedii" (
T ,tlf. .' S costs, STATE OF FLORIDA.To cine.under the of of the of the,heart 'and the ,
care some most distinguished has almost
: to Ji &c. rupture a
$ J. C. L. -Maraschino Cura
ao
; ; BRAYTON. ,, .
7 : All to whom these Presents shall CORDIALS "
1 'come regular physicians and members of tirely disappeared.
the (
irtI ; ..
p'l :. .J.,:, TdzCollector and 4esu.rof St. Loucit Co I Lemon Syrup; Raisins, Cit. .
t Board Health New She baa
Greeting: in York also had the '
S 'J 't5J:.r."J; ron Currants Preserved. Ginger Fresh Salmon and elsewhere; dropsy, and ira 'ff11Ltioa
; i
14,1849. tdos ;
pM..,.'..-. .' ;' : to WHEREAS.Lawrence Ryan has applied to and Lobster in Sardines Olives Capers and spending"the, most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had no idea that she e od
"
: # cases ;
FB?'. t.. 14 i,., ,r Eniileru' Judicial Circuit-Circuit C nrtof Letters dismissoiy from the Estate Currant Jelly, Blackberry Jam; Jujube I to regain my health, and after reading be benefited, as she had'such a comph'a
: >. .:L.. St. Jobu George ChurchdeceasedTherefore all i m some 'of Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it has it
." .,; ; Paste,Refined Liquorice, &0. For sale byDec. paper your ,as strange msj r'IP.
$$ .-, ,'. .' X>:Peter Benet, .Adi ini3trator ef'Francis persons interested are hereby notified to ,file 9 tt M.REED.. Ii to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the drop I am a1

9-**'. '.!"' *..". Sanchez., deed., et nit: their objections, if any they hare to the issuing done me great good, and called:to'see you at that this statement is so strange as 1-0 11ffJl

S j .i! "i.: ';ec'S.. }in Chancery of said Letters six months after date other. CHARLES DfiWAAL your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is, nevertheless,i ber

;; ;Si. ,; ;. 'Benj. A. Putnam, Executor of wise said Lawrence Ryan wiU be dischargedby < most heartily thank you for your advice. I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly:a,nlTOJ!

.*! '#f'". ';' '; Peter Mitchel et, al; virtue of these presents. S AUCTIOIVEER in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been nable medicine, and should be used by e

: #?&*! .WHEREAS, by an Order duly entered on L Witness my name and seal of office, JACKSONVILLE, E. F. able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that. is suffering as we have heeL Ii'Ef

imffi 1: .5 day of June,1849, the undersigned [L.s.] this 25th June, A. D. 1849. nSALES in any part.ef theCiiinty. attended I four,months, and I hope by blessings of God I i. disbelieve this account, they are at liberi tjto

,'$ ;s, was appointed to take and' state, among WILLIAM F. CRABTREE. to and respectully solicited. and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.- call at my house and have ocular demons tins

:'hfiiA-1'\! ;: aT other.things, an accout of the Debts owing by Judge of Probate Duval county. Jacksonville, May 6, 1 848 It t; helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours respectfully,

JwfovHA f:,! : the Estate of Peter Mitchel, deceased: Jun 30, '49.-6m- knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSEB, 1 Jam*It

i(4fi.w j. t; .. &' .Now: therefore, in pursuance of said .Order, AdmlnlstoratorfS"N tice. Orange, Essex Co.N.J. Aug., 1847. -

$# J. N6ticeis hereby giterifto all persons claiming to p pIt Notice. the Hon. Probate of ,Columbia apply to ,,State of Nfn Jersey, Essex County,ss.-Chas. DTSPEPST.
Judge
hlfi*& .w.) be Creditors of the Estate of the said Peter S THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the for Letters of Dismission Administrator county Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever been ditt im

iLr: Mitchel,deed.,to produce their Claims and make .House formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on as on his oath,saith; that'the foregoing statement is | ed which so nearly resembles gastric;
fc3 ',: ( 'jvroof'thereof before : Bay street, (known as Hart's old Boarding the Estate of Henry Clefton.,late of said county, to the best CIme
: me, at my office, in the deceased. true,according. of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and strengtie
r {; 'i:: ;!. S Uity of St. Augustine, on or before the ,,4th day: ,House,) and is now prepared to accommodateany "JOHN, CLEFTON, Adm'r/ belief. CHAS. QUIMBY.S the organs of digestion as this prep&ntioSareaparilla. J ciscf
Jan. 1849.
"it; ttj: :h.., S \October next and that in Default t exeor who may see fit to patronize him, and assures 97, 6m Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, It positively cures every tt, ,

':111)a.: ( 't', .they will be precluded from the benefit.of'the them that no pains-will' be spared to ensure the 2d August, 1847.. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howeversevere or chronic .
Decree to be made therein.tr their comfort. ,A commodious stable is attached "
'iiOI MEI&
_'ri\t.1" f 1-1'i 5 CO. S Justice of the Peace I BANK-DEPARTMENT, Ai Arr, May 10,184
:I '\' 1." ; I' B. DUMAS, to the establishment, and every atten ,___ DR.. TOW SEKJ>-Sir: I have been d i !][15.eted

'ti"..! Ci 1t.t; 'r.011' .-'- 'i'!"v-,. Special Master. tion ,will be paid to the horses of those travel L MESSRS. HOLMES & CO., hare removed TWO CHILDREN BA VED. for several, years with.dispepsiain'iiH rent
.
,.. jjune 30 J849 lers who think to stop with him. k of Merchandize- the Urge
1t may proper
-I4oct few families form
Very indeed-in attended
stomaei A
l .. fact we have with sourness of ,
)-Jf..lt. '. ,
A. W. PRICHTON building formerly occupied by the United States
"( '. .'". S ;, not heard of. one-that used Dr. Townsend'sSarsaparilla appetite extreme heartburn and eatt1'
1i I; e,. 0 Eocteru Judicial Circuit-rircnit C -r acksonville E. F., Dec.2,1848.; tf known as the Gov nment.Building.; They ,ip
nrJt in time lost children the aversion to all kinds of food and for U
.'ttl.4: ,. S .,,uMt.Jehn._ Countr. have,added to their stock by the late arrivals any pastsummer ,
-
while those that did not sickened (what I could 1 have unable mil
and eat been
"J"1 tl t : 1 Joseph.Hernandez, Executor" 1 S CROTON; : BUILDINGS." from New York,a full assortment of Dry Goods, died.The' ) .lI
certificate we' below is but small Itne a tiS
publish a portion stomach.,
.{ ut :, r.. f.Robert McHardy deed. Groceries Hardware Provisions &CL & conclusive on my .
,
.2e *
Ivs. AND ,
I UMBRELLAS PARASOLS' evidence of its value and is only an th. usual remedies, but they had but!little j IO
; JI"'t which they are prepared to sell at reduced .
'1i ( ; '! V&iS Aldrich In Chancery r a* $ &CHINERY.Qroit prices. instance of its saving the lives of children:' effect in removing the complaint. I.vas u jdietnet-
ti Whipple Administrator S ., .
ti,1{ 4 J : DK.TOWNSKND-Dear Sir: I.ha4 two;children ed, about two months'since, to try you?Z .
: Shearman, et al: They are now prepared to purchase Cottons I .
";$ : \; '; TiJfirtr, Hides and other of the cured by your Sarsaparilla of the.summer: ,,Sarsaparilla, and I must say with little"c
by an Order produce country at the ''
duly
'( .m :: : ; WHEREAS day of June 1849 the entered'undersigned I Ma anrac Hirer.tG. highest Market rates, and-make"cash advances] complaint old and dysentery ; one. ,was only 15 ..,fidence' :; but after using nearly.two boU 10,1
months and the other 3 but
years. They found appetiteestored and theheart'entirely
'. ? was to take I.5. on consignments to their fri nds Savannah every my
Rb : appointed and .
t X L: -state, among .J. B.,would invite 'the particular attention and Charleston or N York/. much reduced;and expected they would removed'and; I would earnestl; *
S ,
UI.UCJL uu account oi toe ; 1
4 .mugs deots '
ti : owing by ,die;, they were, given up. by two commend the use ofit to those who'bafflicted lye kt
I the Estate of Robert McHardy,deceased "* .f his friends and merchants visiting 1L York, They have a new 'article of Wrought.Iron Cphyslciaiia. .0. I,
r "
When the
doctor
; \Now, therefore} in pursuance said Order to give him a call at,his new and spacious ManS L Ploughs-to which they would respectful/call must lose'them informed us that as I have been. Yours, &e> "
we US.
.
;. Notice hereby given to all factory and \V Warehouse the attention of Planters. < we resObed'try your S W.W.VALZvs
claimIng to Sarsaparilla we'had heard so much of'but N. B. Purchase i mpkaT
be Creditors of the Estate of the said Rober W... 149 and 144 Broadway. Jacksonville,, Nor. 6, 1840. tf. little, had .
i; McHardy deed to confidence, there being so much/stuff advertised era that hide the bottle completely and
'0 produce their Claims in, (COTO BUILDICS,) that) worthless but the written ).'
.5. jnake"proof thereof before Mall, Arrangement.The .' : we are very signature of S.P. TOWNSENIPrincipal
City of t eS.t. me, at my Officndt4 between Cedar and Liberty streets,where there Northern Mail thankful.that,we did, for it undoubtedly saved Office, 126 Fulton-8t.Su ui1 Icfi r,
Augustine
1i'SQc' on or beforetbethae will always be'found the most extensive assort arrives every Sunday and the lives both. '1 write this N. D'ot&ia'S
that Y.
day:of October next, and that in Default there Wednesday by three"o'PoloclfPtI.: and closeson others may ; Bedding&'co..8 Stated Boston;]
.t-; of they will be 'from mentof : be induced to use it. Yours reectfuI & sons, 132 North 8econd-st..PhiladelpbS.
precluded the benefit Tuesday and Friday '
of biorriihgs at 7 o'clock. .
5t the Decree_ to be made therein. UMBRELLAS, PARASOLLS, The Southern Mail arrives on Monday and JOHN:WILSON,Jr. } .-Hance druggist, Baltimore(Dun 1'& .
'V ..Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn Sept.f5 1847. Richmond j:P. M. Cohen Charleston' Ti
,
p B ;
rriptSoii1
and closes
DUMAS
Tuesday nights
-PARASOLETTS AND SUNSHADES on$untJJ\l and Wednesday 1.
S .' : ,IUN.I1.TIOt.A8YLUM &co.l Chartres-Bt.t.New Orleans:' 105:
: Sptcialtllttr.., mornings at 11 o'clock. Pearl-st.Albany B,..Van.Bockiri. 292 "
: : I
a tIa une. 30, 1S4.9.,. S L and Broad-sts.Newark N.J.
k Jacksonville S Female SS : er his own celebrated manufacture, for sale in Friday mornings, by .7 o'clock and closes on In the Lunatic Ay slum,Bl ckwell'alslandje the principal Druggists and Merchants, a ndtjM rs1J

: Institute any quantity, and at greatly reduced prices.G. Sunday and Wednesday mornings at 11 o'clock. gentleman. spoken'of in the following letter: gen
_ Committee of Direction S >" throughout the United States We t Jndlt
have '
'; THE adopted J.B. pledges,himself that Umbrellas and The Mail from Nassau,Court ,House arriveson RHEUMATISM. ,
A. 'M.
) the Canadas.j REED
S '
following regnlatioij.MTne Parasols from the Croton This is only one of more than four thousand S ; AgentJacksonville.
Manufactory" shall Tuesday afternoon and .
_ -i' : r scholastic is to consist every closes on Sunday -5 F)loridl
JI tJ year of four.terms bt A No. 1 in eyerje jct.. morning at 11 (. *' cases !rheumatism that Townsend's Sarsaparilla -
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_ .g : ,'$4,00. The:',above with English Administrator's Notice. ; T"*;* i." .L..I.: rAdmlaUtratrlx .. .," virtues': '. S STATE OF .FLORIDA. .

vZ grammar and Geography, per.t /in$5OG., ,The ,MONTHS after:date I shall S .lIee.. v .,BLMWELL'SISLAND;Sept.14)147. In the 'of i. ,"
abort with the higher branches SIX present ray ; ') CircuitCourt' Coluc 1 bis4
qc 1 of an English accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the ix MONTHS aft rd t Ii1: 'it DL ToWNSEND-Ifcar Sir: '. I have suffered <" ,

. Ffq educationfenxbracingAlgeTraG naittn ,'mental and moral eometryHistory, ,' Judge of Probate,for the County of Al.id, ;O, accounts:tod, ,'"Touchers*to"tbe'Hon. :the' terribly for nine': years with/ the rheumatism; rCoQnty.lfayT.erm.1849.rUt1lZ ., .

I C4i7Otol&jAstronorny Philosphy; Botany.. shall then apply fora: final-discharge and di 5-!. J dg 'of Probate of'Columbia"'(Sonnly, foraft f : considerable' the time I could not,eatsieepS Honorable
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per term $6,00 'William. :0. Thomas 'deceased of the Estate John'O.'s 1f.fd" my limbs-were terribly swollen:;I have'use4 JohnG.Pbtnam" Mitchell' 'lJ::
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- I quartet to'be paid to the Treasurer in ad. ; is' '' .' '." ,. ,. ., .t' .".v. SS :four bottles ofyonrSarsaparillsand4eyhavedone ,
Tance. hereby given to all whom it may concern,'th t coun.- ,": ",eceaaw.. ." .' ; thousand ,T.w .vs. y Establish': '! .
) T5Cho1ars, I shall then'pray,that &distribution of said Estate ( :EL1ZABETWMITa. me more than' one dollars worth :James Monroe. ) ment -

/ tAW'OftflXperlen iflbeund erfbe 1 t ach careful r. instruc.fenwle .. : be made amongst th,'HeJnr of William 0. ,i ): IJ,? 'Bi( 'Y."ALLEN. ;A.r Wtfi-ely'relieved.of good-J wn.so much.. better., ; Indeed lam! I O )EBEJ; hat th 1'1..1 case, 'be,continued t ..

tP9TISZQU has Tkoaas entitled to*the game. S June .18. 1849: t.I':1.4 .U Jon are at liberty to use !; 1'till the next'Term of the 0 -
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al fi. *lwh a4 JiliOJ1al and Drawing will and Mtf- Administrator ot Wm.;'o. O.Thomas. t r S 1. Lan1tor 8 aIe. < *Yours,respectfully, JAMES'CumnNGB. 'and appearing to the court that f the.said I

: a' I nn commences.charge the 8th be made' NewmaagvilU, April 21,1 549.T; i Cra. FOR SALE,between "and t 1 t It. I ::,..';f;*>8fVlS./.bXr 'N07' WALK.--V JW 'jzhaDr4 pondent resides beyond,the} of .....'.
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_ 14piQu'for admission are to be'made SPRAGUE'S'msTOBY' A.)1. REEI :.' I Cpunty.partlynMRNassattliiSdVaHly near St. no disputing: ."ousands:complaint there Is t\A had 1i the first dAY oftlie ned TenitI,"iL
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h S ia : 01"" f ll.DANIBIi o. DmECttOxf QI UNS.Ae, gleMtdoiillebar: .5 land, c9ue4ntlyMItuaM4 upon 1t' wuf' iratelJ.'by those; diwosesio''"which !:sri .per. In thIS circni/oi the.8pACt 0I.1t
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