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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 15, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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Toyearly. ndB: .in...m -. Beyen. .adJa1a ..ri.. Noil-Interventions :than,they nov? are.before.they',etrer'car: I : ') .:'<'. ..S "f ;)
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, must be paid for before in. The following from the1 Detroit Free 'ry through't he.iNewpqrt c .qheme.corr. ."' r ;i bWaJ.. ,jVa.J9rjgi Jb dipatc .
i .hocrtlsemettU is
::TAu ( Juan Rey Ja poor turnkey in i the ;} Y.Journal byjCosithd: hjs i MinitoCetu
reflll.r eastOmff. BJ' referring Press, a Democratic( .in a O.lavehb1dingSt : .of CoTzmtrcs; '4
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I the ,4nisfte t ;. n e / oupgquality .
peat terma jjthe ..dyenisement.rr young man of;weak character, oft nervous. that the THE HUNGARIAN' : ( ME-PTIHG ;in..:Nw, ., ,,and' aving.dischaiged bit
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party, a party i'.t ;* ; -
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.. thi ntm berliatenima .'and-- timid temperament, He is, l York waa, 'attended/ it is estimated.
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'aet will in all ? PM.lq r.IJ *, "ftJlet wJP
JJ probability: .unite upon, the "JL ULW ) : I Jf : :
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willwill be continued 9O9)pn..,. There H\I.981rrJ
required doctrine of non-intervention. It is but \ 1 tm' .lc agel\t... '.!a. I

awl c1t&rcecl for. prisonersone Tillaverde, a one of many.' Wew o\ilFJike to see a were several"stand8' 10. t1e. Parkthe J a* utimate, 41nt1qq3asfixed C oe tt1\i., V

IJ7Fie dott be charged for all .nnounce.. patriot conspirator, th'e'trgan of -a formidable -' parallel article from' a. N ri ernVhig principle) one of'which. 'Ex-Mayor: ; countryf/f ;A.1 .''f::" \':erede1iaJa loo

.el1t1ciCaDdidatel for ofliee. organization. achieve inde paper : *f Havermayer, presided-'likewise V thirty. O
ODe square,for Six Month. & 1000X pendence. The other is a merchant, The Democratic Soish-Wh t AgiJtf;' three Vice! Presidentsandane. ,. secretaries. made, oq.ofijlI iPij IJ.iQ JQ" nt
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and Creditor, : : unfortunate. trade control- '1
iCet0 Debtors whp.once ; tion has done. The Commercial' ';Advertiser re-.. IJ; JJi "Jt .ngJR"tJl though! bJ1khi41,
Derriotiaticpartyofthe '' <
Administration 5 00 : V V
.A for Letters led millions,, ,but owing to the destruction whole thhks. the honor of a ,prjatpLintenjew.tjh,,
will be inserted gmaiCT COlmtry'are' noiejoicihgover :
lIT AU religious notices of certain i large factories. on the the election of a Democratic ma. ,The.popplar sentimenj; was manifested .{. tb ,PresiddQt,., PrcVioM. .tp his 4p' I >Ti

coast of Africa, is bankrupted. Desirous in every direction, Flags,, ture, !romjIunryMWi had 1
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51l.I eommanJcttxins must be addressed to jority in the next House of Representatives were1 : 'keg, 'l ,
All of saving from the wieck of his drspldyedTrom.most'of the hotels,and aa.active i .part in th< War ofTht lfd
C. GILLKTT. postage paid. in Congress, n\majority1 to which ,: 3j ; f:<..
cociTCi idmiiwble personal communications wil fortune:something with which to com-; they look the bad of public buildingSj'ih. some'instances ,the dcii ., JIJ; ean. loC'l\e.Na *' V. .
) aT: All ; to arrest ; measures V 'i'/ & ;' ** '; :
1v* *- mence the.wo d, .conceals portion American:banner and Hunffananpeinff j li Ithe fieJctht '
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becb.rged.dertistmeDU the Taylor 4mnistra&zjit: who t' > -" .' OI ; ;;..Si& ;
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I be theIfr of his assetts, is found guilty, and',sentenced interwined, arid e'e/y\vli e.t _. '_ I '" ,
jrj": All bills for Job Printing must paid on '. let 'us ask,..constitute,\thisboasted majority I people -V-I itI-;.' : > '..rfl-
work. to the prison for ten Years, as a I I looked upon the demonstration with
the CubaHunt. a
I I ", r nf 1 1t whlcb'mak s the Democratic -TAt Seize*:V&tto (

s-- fraudulent bankrupt. party feel so proud, 8tidtbe""Whig party favor. :A'singuar i andjlasing feature_. TheNew""YorkExp ess"ofJ W 4 e 4'y1z, ;

j These twotprisoners plan an intrigueto so humble The majority of it in jof. gathering .itself xvas. the great has the following furtbennddirecVi.

seduce Rer. They ,persuade him to variety:of nations' ,and languages. rep, formation this '"f -t
the proportion:of about, three to.two, is on subject (I; : v .i
with diem to the United States. resented( be doubted'wbether .
It.may .
escape The
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composed representatives, from, ; some days since3 irt .
They abo'l'd'an American vessel and any other 'cIty in' the world-perhaps,. .
go theSun :
Southern States-the States which, as (we suppose for n dtcoy J thita
depart for this \port. Villaverde lands ;, one excepted-could have presented the V
a general rule, have always secured us steam propeller a Gulfhjjijb .
at Apalachictia and proceeds to New majorities i in Congress, and in the i. such an assemblage, almost literally purchased either for Gen PaerorTwident u.
General Orders. York in timeto hearof the death of his of "every nation and people andkipdred. is .
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electoral colleges. This: majority of Monagas unfounded; B&Q '
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, friend, Machm, ,an agent of La Verdad. and tongue1 upon the face of the earth .
} Southern men, which will have the ; was purchased'but nor for the Venezue > '
Tallahassee, July 25, 1849. Machin is to have committed and now here could be found :
reported they
control of the .Democratic Congressi.nal acting la service On, Saturday she cleared**
ELECTION is hereby Ordered to be held suicide. Bit letters received from him, in such perfect sympathy and, harmony from this '
AN Cauc' s at Washington are port for Curacolt'Dtrrdid flo'isail ''
in the Fourth Brigade Florida :Militia, color oppos. i >
the first Monday in October next, at the pla- shortly.befoie his death, give to ed to the \Vilmot Proviso, and will; of or uniformly impelled by ,such till Sunday when she was!followed
CD law for the election of the suspicioi that he died by the hand a noble sentirneiit'as tb which, throb the ; M
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crt appointed by County course, nominate and elect their Speaker by steamer Wilson G. Hunt' : D t1brought.back. .
Officers, for a Brigadier General, to fill the vaaflcj of an assassn. A confession i said to bed i in each of those sons of libert.and .
unless the,Free Soilers bolt, as the V to thiscity.v ShelthI' oaP"' ,
occasioned by the resignation of General have been hft, by him, but the confession freedom.
board it is
believed ;
Ransom men did last winter. in our ,nrrni, manrtioni of
Charles! .an Byrne.AlIo. Election hereby Ordered to beheld cannot), be found. In his letters, State Legislature, and unite with the The meeting before it adjourned, war, and such like suspicious freight. -L ,. '.
before his death the
time adopted
; is tie Third Brigade of Florida Militia, at the written a slort Whigs to defeat the caucus nomina following resolutions. It understood she engagedMn-tIre

tillle and places above specified, for a Brigadier he speaks !af .one Llorente, as having "Resolved, That it will be the imperative Cuba hunt, bat, neither av theUnr< ,..

Central to fill the vacancy occasioned by the threatened make way with him, if he tion."And ,how has the Democracy, of the dnty of the American. governmentto States M rshal'.office nor'tbe-cpsfofii j '

,Ii nsiflialion Also: ; an Election of Gen. is Samuel hereby Russell.Ordered to be..I did not case his.traitorous designs of. North had their strength, ,reduced so recognize, national, and. political house could(we.ge; 41hy1tt 6niif w ,.
the existance
.[, held ia the Cavalry Regiment of the Second :I circulating La Verdad among >Spaniards low, in comparison with that of the of Hungary, as soon as an. mation respecting tI' fth 1? b>> f lei"
." Florida:Malitia on the first inOctober i, Tais: introduces Senor Fulgen. accredited Minister from 'that Republic ,
Monday
. Brigade, South, in C ) gress.1 U has been done I we expect thermaue wIU a r. '
,;, {\ next at the places appointed by law cio Llorente, who is a poet, politician, by the slave agitation, by Wilmot Pro- shall make the necessary application." Meetings, as we' 8Uppofej'in'con1iec.fMtion V
forthe election Officers to fill the
County He seeks to his V.
occasioned by the resignation of Col. and intriguer. repair visoism, which has accomplished nothing I with the.Cuba hunti continD ttfbci5 : :
:
ttrancy II
Siranei)S. Spencer. decayed brtunes by zealous intriguesin i else than to disorganise and weaken I Taking the Right Stand at /art;-A.-, held in various parts of'the city,'{-bnt'i&e' :

Officers commanding Brigades Regiments, behalf the Cuban authorities. He the Democratic party, and elect a. I have, noticed for some time past..a series secret;is soeli.& kept: that' the public i '

I Battalions and Companies, within this Mute, undertakes the small jobs of the Spanish .Whig President. I of ambiguous givings out in. the are not ableasyet/ irt: 'get'cSnc 1 :'''& _

1I at Order hereby within required the limits to of carry their into respective effect corn-this i Consul), a gentleman of'pride and "We may here add, that if we have Arkansas papers, concerning ,the con- from them.' Lafayette Halt 'Broadway :

1 Bands. hauteur, devoted to his Government, secured a Democratic majority in Con. 'duct 'of some ofthe missionaries' sent to was the headqaailers but':since 1''tb t?" .

. W. D. MOSELEV, Governor. .and not over scrupulous as to his means gress, it will be owing in a great degree I that State. by the, Northern Methodist, place was discovered:o ore retired qaipf:

.. August 4, 1849. 9w of carrying her wishes into effect.. The to the firmness: and ability 'with Church, and we' now?' observe' that the ters have'been selected: ,. V s ''"V "* ,

)'ir' Election of Senator. Consul is a friend and eleve of Munoz' which Gen. Cass ,and his Northern course which they _I haya .pursued towards It is believed that one or two or thescr ..

4 VACANCY having occurred in the office the husband of Christina, the Queen friends have continued to maintain their the slave,population" has.excitedthe vessels hare got!off within the'pasHew .

I 'I uf State Senator in the Sixteenth Senatorial }Mother of Spain. He wishes to secure position on the old Democratic platform public attention of the,people. On days-but of-this we-are'no tit ifa bl"! .. ,

t ; District, occasioned by the resignation high position in the affections of the of non-interference with questions of the '13th ult. a large,meeting' i was held ..I t.. _p _,_; .',-,4-1> .. "''. f.' ; ., :

I : of the Hon.Ernsm us D. Tracy : It is here'y Orimd. Spanish Government, by zeal and ac at I ndependence,.at which the following ) : p. I.
..Jf \ Tbatan election be held in baid District slavery. Jiuitfian Frontier C10st't.Dt /1 :
resolution Rg1 .
tivity. were,passed :.
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u Monday, the first day of October,next, to t : 'and.BmtrciCIIII.---It .
(Said vacancy. The Consul, too, has another agent.a 1849.The That inasmuch, CkurckJSouthi! men mllYt l ful '
Pennsylvania, ugust, '
i G.iiw under my hand and the great seal of man of years, of sinister aspect, Tariffquestion has been much discussedin is the same in Doctrine and Government to apprise all persons leaviog: England .' ;
1 the Stale of Florida at the Thisis the for: Austria; i ,, that twefoflowjg 4
Capi.IsAij and deep, designing character. this State of with Church. :North, we cannot V .. r,
'j '. J tol in tie City of Tallahassee, this Ayala a Cuban, who, sixteen years by leading politicians ,regard the. ,present' policy of the the example of Russia, has closed J IJ r,it', ..
23th day of Julr,A. D. 1849, and both parties ; but I do not think that frontiers i ,and it is with.the
: only
of American Independence the ago, slew his'own cousin on the high- the mountain top conversations' spokenof North,in i sending Missionaries amongst; that: Vise'e' greatest;"v

rl I 74th. year. way, and escaped the garote by flyingto by the Baltimore ,American, have re us, as having for, primary object,the difficulty Vienna be obtained a for a p P9 I r J a
l W. MOSELEi'! Governor this city. He has property in Cuba, spread of the Gosple of Christ) ,but. the can of tb e Austiaz, > t
: sulted of the in- V
1 Attest: very favorably to some Embassy here BeUn.J V
li.n ] AI lIcqns4
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I C. W. DOWSING,Stcrdar of State. and looks for pardon and permission to terests concerned. propagation Abolition principles. "
1o } and '
arc rejected
August, 1S49.! .. low return to Cuba. These two hunt up It is the opinion of some of the Penn That,.since the attemptmade tp establish rigour passports exercised ; an upeci4k: :

1 Sale in Si. Augustine. Rey, and either by force or seduction sylvania Whigs, that Pennsylvania has i ,Northern .principles i l amongst 'aid4rne-jcans. tpwaxdi $nglim .

.'- I induce him to return to Havana, so that concessions in us, we have, seen, with painful solicitude i- 'r- s: iJ DJlus .i
BE
% 7ILL SOLD no right to ,
at 1'ublic Auctinn in expect any inconvenienee of
peiag "iJ1 .
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|lv front of the Court House in the City of I he may expose the parties who aided favor of her own peculiar interest in. a marked change in the slave pop%: Berlin. is '
** of the The ulation they have become, much: very great: ,aq.4w.h\ !; WA 'o,!,
. August jof. on 'lond::, the 28th of August, the escape prisoners. poor asmuch as she made the present Tariff ; less of : :
I M9-1 men o'clock, A. M.: the Real Estate ofLancia frightened youth becomes sick and hqlf and destroyed that of 1842. She is obedient and perform their, duty with taihty aeiflgstoppe,4,1 \ e, f'r
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I Cue. IateofSt. Johns county, deceased, dead with terror. He distrusts the interested than other Statein relnctance ; are frequently found at it useless to proceed. :! ce...;. ': g

Jf ,;'Casting offc countenance of Llorente. The Consulis more any I undsal places and have'alreadyJ.began.. ry therefore_ to take,. 1A} MJfq :t, ; ..
A House
and Lot, bounded on the south by the Iron business, and of course it or foreign officer's
" l.Wge street, on tie east by Hospital street, brought to him in the character of aphysiciin. is to be considered that she,acted from to discuss the probability of .being set must passport, an4tt V'

J:(dOD the west by Charlotte Street; : He agresft to confess all the most patriotic motives in electingMr. free_by their Northern friends.. stace.distinctiy1theplqo" 'QJ 'tIJ.; .3
the traveller
$.l ik Patrick,a Lot on the corner of Su George and I the facts, if he is pardoned. The par Polk as a better Tariff man than I That we respectfully, but .earnestly, ( : f'v going ana tbV objectof r1!> ,
:. streets: I hiJjour: ey4- Berlin, Cor.. ,,
, is then intro against the Missouri Conference 1i1M14'
jon obtained Marie protect '
ta g 0*. four Lots of land lying on the west side ; Mr. Clay, and also by electing Mr. -'_. .- ...
.;t.t. ? SlUlcker Creek, described in a plat duced. Heis a stout man, of formida- Dallas as an anti-Tariff man, commis' sending any more Missionaries. amongstus ; : j. ..I"' .t: : ,"tft

.t.D 1W[tilt for,4n ustu8 Poujaul :is Lots No. nine, I die aspect, and carries a large stick ; he sioned expressly by the principles .of and request that the proper authority The Tf'eaaury.-Th Repablic, tt: :

;rt; thirteen awl fifteen, containing, each V had been once before employed in an the Baltimore Platform to reform the in the Northern Church recall.such the organ}of Administration; in a

,e I:*.f.a wehaiKiredand breadth. All the fifty feet in length by fif--I attempt at abduction. I It was supposedthat Tariff 1842. as have been sent; ,and that "we, trust, ';recent,article in'refer' nCtlt: the Sub- : ,"

o |. b..ve property will be in the science of all those who have been disposed i to encourage Treasury, holds thefpJJowiogMgrage? :
. | abject to the widow's cliiiiu for dower. I he was an adept The only question has been, whether ..
::::, t JuSEFA QUE, Admin'x. kidnapping. other States would, for the sake of their No'rthernism amongst us, will :Public, opinion,,:we bay uniformlr?!"*

gustjfl,1y21, 1849. 5t Ayala returns to Havana on some own interests, attempt to/ force upon reflect upon the disastrous consequences; said, has very generajly apDttnr driiaa, o :

1.I A. M. business connected with the intrigues the Pennsylvanians a duty on iron that which may result, if these things are, provisions of the Sub-treafcury l IaV" and : : ,

11 REED of the Consul. When he lands there, Pennsylvania herself repudiated persisted$ .' in. .,is disposed' to acquiesce, iar its'-cpnfin J F ; : 1,
S I18 eoastantlj on hand a well assorted uance but eYenttle Joumal""of
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he is taken unknown 1 Oo9 .
Ii stock of': by some persons The idea that any Pennsylvanian : "'I

?GCelies and lodged in an apartment of the place can have the face to ask Congress to t. Read tfjFamer*.-r-The: Southern merce, we oppprebend,, wilt! ifoVd Af 1} I:1

Provisions, DryGoods, prison, and placed under the guard ofa protect iron, absurd. She cannot ask, (Norfolk) Argus,. has the tallowing th'tt requires i liberal modifications; '5 ;:

?*- diare, Crockery, &c., viz ; man with a silver headed cane, the 'a special favor for herself which 'she capital commentary; : on Whig propheicies ,Weare, ,no friends Ofpettaki' JFH >> "\ '

r he nour,in bbls and Ji bbls ; insignia of the Police G:lard. ,He remains withholds from others. V : Locofoco plundered the Treasury fc '
I, Bttt&,Sugar Pork and F M Butter Beef Pickled Crackers ; there for five days, is then' on But there. was aJ'ly.in; July, a scheme 1 In 184.7,.when l corn: wa, first exportedto i berally other. under,We that system as under any'aft: .

u 8 ; siflek
:#: ; .:.:...\.. BlOtter, Lard, cheese, White Beans, safely to New.Orleans. Then we have to be held Newport;which dy' predicted that it would only ,be" temporary abandoned bytb.pIb1iciopinioiL;the" Whigs haslong.rrVobed!; Be ntc..1 flod

bt Oil P0tatoe the facts of the abduction. 'l'he departure was to recommend a revised system, ,and. .so soon..as ,the melancholy, !, i

th *"a,Black CaadJes] ; of Rey from: the house. where.he adapted .to the wants of.the sugar,.;iron,' state. .of things ,ceased to .ej4st,,:in .that tie -Thai a!system7 iDif"i\ I ; ;
dqvised ,
which
6garN Ten.J 0 Rio)lolsse5 and' Java Coffee; had bern boarding without bidding his coal), wool and woolen and ,cotton.spin-! country the, exportf.tiQD"QuJd' cease ilby and disburse? Govertini qf'iiiifafcdy.keep ) '
ir 'fflo '
ofI Itiled ; entcrt-iinei adios,-without The results of the Coneventi also. But statistics received,from .,the :oWtf ( .J
; Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised hospitable ning interests.. .. we have uo.doubt 'bat,'. t>1thaf.'H'J
( taking any clothes >vith him-his going h are partially known. They .United, States ,Custom.. .bouses ,SbOW j i

,I.%Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpen- towatd the levee-his drinking at a ca. proposed higher fates than even Mr- that. these. vaticinations! jikejrapst.other; 'ii may-berwe yetprepved: toaav.n: !> z* -ry tii :
Js Parter baret with Llorente and four other Abbott Lawrence would assent to, or Whig prophecies j haye.prove fallacious !
; t ,Port,Madeira, and Champagne 't -- 'f j "h. '.H "Q." ...I' ,". Ewt _
; "friends"whom Llorent'introduced to than Mr. Meredith will adopt in his annual and. that instead;of,Btoppinguvith, she :.
a ; Nt: 'i..n act::! ldnil'" .
Conrertionary his seenjust as the vesselis V famine the demand for'oar breadptuffa,. ," "JmTl" ; .1 j !
l. Preserves, &c. him- being report V V : H } MiC4ff f.1 ".C"' .t 1.1) '
'&fiete AssortJlltJlt of Dry Goods hauling oh" from the wharf dragged a- IV has been stated, and. rid doubt had been greater.: In the month of June Hodce, ;ckeeiy5 ;l .Jd.9"'i r.J 'V 's ;:

a ; ; haw, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta lung by neck and heels by four strong truly, that Mr. 'Meredith 'will 'propose' .lastth&shijimMt, of'Indian,earnfrom? YQrk'ib'ne.. ,) del'! f.e I_.. rIHJOngi/jl j ,1

'1;:. hirtiDg,bleach'dand unbleach'd levee runners, and,pitched aboard like a none but, very ,moderate' changea.-', thi B'cou t n try,' xceeded' that of r the- =r 1i f'i anen)3nthT 1 n' { (! !Pttl, ;)V4Iiot..oC y,1DODtt; j} : j

-I. bhlper, Bishops and Long Lawn; bale goods. Then we have the mysterious The Newport .Convention; propose >> 'of'the'great famine-year, ..by \V.o.R" 'to.I? M IJ IJY" Ja$ -1 Td V 4 : ':J

laconet i kIa WiSll,anI! cross bar Muslins; I disappearance of a Bank defaul. specific i instead, of ad, wlorem duties,: 550,48ft-u-lj l + *- tOtal t"-3'ft':'*;:: .I' u1i; p1he4in, 1hiqtusqys' ;:.. 4i :

f- 1 : Gloves, Suspenders; ter of this city, strongly 'resemblingRey and also recommend the. restoration ;of 369 fortiiit moutti 'tTb'ia'fao'iworthy ; LP3l9U2tLWlu5h5i$ i1owoit ;

l.iflefl and and brown Cotton Osnaburg; in dress, size'and' general appearance the ''cbliori mini'Diim.; i Of 'course, the, ,.of"biii i *'tr ieit b1 te.d1; b'farthr5 T f; '1 f Je 9 1CJt. fcl V1
Linen :.e
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Drill lbr ? !
Ic ; 'i )* ,
,1.. !r ;""atea ., pants, who goes'to Havana. it is suspect framers fil1" new Tarifl are'influential i l l' and has 'thrown utterly;;ntothUliW as: e'9gJ.lrq: ;"I"I"J :/'Y! Ii YUJg\s ,peo r.1 f ,1 Vf "',

r -t..silki Gingham. ahd Cotton,in steel I ted, by the, same ship that bore Key politicians of both parlies: .largely i interested V V ?_, $?:Mie'.rttine'ai. !"' iiieK- } 'UMa: f' 14Cq r, {'i f,:' ju\ q l' o D : ifl

2.' i.- TrulDC2; I to Rey, while of,homefiindu8try, was necessary to'foa'er,8 home marietj :
and who serves represent in the bucces: : : .a ; (JJJS" ;; ,,ttPt'r .t .
lj ;
Clltler1-K n t f1
,:' &ia" i8eisson, Razors; : rumdr U cpn- think that the ntry.oCt tbcy. themselves' :; hi order to consume"ili surplus : ;
!,t **" Kuires } :1 the latter, according, to .., and ,co pmaace uJI! lr"f191Je! : QWt114t1; I
D, S? and Forks )
;, & ; Spoons, I. fined below decks.Condensed wiU be undone, if whattley'pro>>; fl'ti'.p'l hferl
:-- At W!',H&m mere, Hatchets,Saws; [ from IV. 0 Delta,'16th. 1 poseshould>ot!be :dpn .!1'1 ;'These' are' I' tm':lofbomQrnarket'has! i n 'vbeconfm j jI M ,1"' ml !IfP4 4-91 : f it .t t 7 .

..' .. E?. ea, Halter Chains Pots, Kct.PficeJ th> "master'''spirits," wliol as'-11 Balti-i I, : :<:*::oimlaai: \ !...wapsa:: 55aJI iM\it ,* '
't
., ; 1cnr, The Cholera? ,at Boston., vl VV 'more: pa pern aively remarked the ,.other) i prices' areregulated: by Foreign'dechahd;. 1 IR f tPSifty9W tL u r;, ';

...1 :t..I 4s Drtw. ., (CrocictJ/-Powder csf Flasks.Ware.. Boston, Monday, Sept..3--P. M. day, were.now hesitating and as.jfoch{ J r'and IH& rriv Lof' ea4 3 1'sWameT i "?fooVlV --- rf t(; 1 1 'm IMS; o.'q. : : ,

.', .."C&tu-Men's,W omens; uw Children's' !The Board of, Health) ,report the .occurrence in the 'dirk,as, the ordinary.! d Jiqne.atpoliticians ed- ,.;?totTtlhe- "utmost ii iifdn the" ., aYlotf'W! a t.lj ..meIp r .irf8JS1t1 r'i V ::4V I

.,.') t Shoes Panel of all kinds. of. 20 deaths,. from Cholera. o.n the country\. 5 These" nas. price:ofthe' commodityoFcorn! > !well) : J ,p.e( lp(tA! Krct tM. r -=- 1!} ..
1 : Articles PerfumerMedi & cotton'unt.; l "at !.Jart t e, ,arWat(1thd :
48 hour 'coding Monday ter' spiiitS"-he.; iron masters J" .c1" al ; I q opposed to the extension ofSta tt.

1.. 'Apn1 1 ,'19.8. 'i, flbn during" ." \the<; I V *': < i .',." '.u IH. ,: .J *. will;be siJP.n-M troubleci'and1'purzled succeeding one, which- nmea l: into California and New IIUJcou *:' ;


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: the followiugr; *'f' ,it 1 notjjfe 1 ny Europe
the 'By ''' majf rjnjsiffpl
;f. ; ';;J Toe following! ,proclamation, says '; : ? ._ 10cI1y
::*,),;t..J)' .'if! M61>ileHAavertiser,'of;Thursday, will> the Spanish paperinTSTew Yoikjt/ ap/f 'S->' ; T' its istory, J Jo ,.see where, ana in '. the middle classes, theinhab ta 't
deserves'almost K
t 4 ft found postedjfus morning in conspicuous pears that the Cub .ns/:;eally '" ;,what c manner. 1 came under the Austrian l of the towns, have not been b t.a
!.;r-ii f \ r portions! 'of the city.; It is speake as much sympathy" as the Hun wSjtf* -+**** r what*** <- are its present asserting their rights. For ind'i
: \ : scepter,
:t..,, itself/ : *T V garians. Government nt scarce ever "get'tb;
414 .I exactions. We claims to aId have been represented th\
: f. rO' TO THE PEfc&ONSENCAMPED: ON nOtTNDJ"t !- made more tyrannical eN.i

ti5.... :prqq": ,. l.t} 'S LAD, NEAR: PASCAGOULA: copy :some: of them. JACKSONVILLE ,SEPTEMBER! 15, 1849. If we look the map of Europe as 'Diets, forming a 1 lower, chamber ,

r.,. ; t.itt I' FnelCcU4ridFdlDf!' 'Countrymen: Little lees than a fourth part more of existed, befor the destruction of theVestern' similar to the British house or
..1. : ; 'fE: : The Proclamation ofthel'resident of that which is wrung from the numberof Tlilitia! Nom1attous. shall\ obserye mons. This lower chamber S
{JilirJy: r.t the United States and other instructions 600,000 free inhabitants, suffices to S For Major Gen al; *Roman Empire, we in h1\s 'gTtd.ually

ti4' 11ot which' I'havereceived' from the Government sustain all the expenses of the gov rn.I JESSE. .CARTER. > ...;.that.,.alljthat. ,part; JJongary grown importance till ,ai; H
.t:, J 41 S made it I mentof these United States, -in which General* rW 4th--! f the Ianube>wasjihcludeditf. present by it may be said to holdia /
d.1 ._ .. ;1: i Washington, imperative For Brigadier Brigadet south'torn [ .. n
1: i 1f. ;a 1 :: and proper that 1 should immediately are,counted more thau 'twenty with millionsof little F. L. DANCY. province ofPanonia. while north ,ofthe hands the destiny of Hungary; 'ft:

:J. take measures to break up your inhabitants, and which, republican Kossuth who '
,; .; .f of 'soldiers ,river was sjill in the eX lqsive PQs- i is now. ifc
, !' ::3. unlawful assemblage and send you back more than halfihe number Democratic. .CouaityNoinfnatioUS. most popular in .t
f :: about man the,
in Cuba have more session of those fierce tribesthat, country.blia
said that ,
tJf ..#ti to-your homes ; and when 1 have' we support For Sheriff. .S .
, r("lttf l.t j n-few \1'odsto you in proof of your'assemblage than enough' for the protection nnd'gar..; '. A. W CRIQHTON, .. the end of thd fourth eiitury,''burSt :most distinguished member--'scn i

, .l 1 being unlawful, and :of the rison'of' their boundariestnd! forts. S For Clerk, J.,.; /, from( their forests' and tore in{ piecesthe Austria should be defeated'in the pre.

? r' ':' '' -l :" utter impossibility' of your evading the Flour arid'many other articles of first, ALBERT ROUX.' :,;'\: d'ominionscif{ : : the rsars. Abouta sent struggle, it is not the. roost i iW

1\jf' ;p_;:: ... vigilance of our squad roo and getting necessity for the sustenance, : of the. industrial ,.For 'Tat;., Collector.' hundred latertowaiIsthe close, bable thing in the world that a repubi
out of our waters to proceed yourexpedition and poorer classes, are charged, yean
tf:m-1 :, jf -: upon BENJAMIN FRISBEE. will there be
:;. ; .;}. to make war against: nations with a duty 'varying: from .50_ to 260 .F,,, ,County Commissioner,' of the fifth
,tr44! : f .,.,._ at peace with our-own, I feel sure you percent, of th 1 rst price of the Mrticle. IN B, CHRISTOPHER,{JT.: T. BELKNAP, country was in possession of the Lom' possession of Hungary by Austria, w
::4. and seek honest such as rice, salt fish, Indian meal, live,. not acquired by the free
.. ..f., J will at once disperse GEORGE, HARTLEY, and T. J. HENDRICK& bards. except a small, portion on each consent of,
.
: ; and occupations. pigs to be slaughtered, &c. Salt fish, on nation
peaceful in
aecordance
EI.ft : .' : held with I
which the
side the Driwe by
was
of ,
Con.tution !
of 33
i cent
find
.i1f which which we charge per ,
First. The *
:: very mystery
,1. Another, Disastrous Fire.We and of
}J .i !j, marks the movements and actions of only 'in the tariff, when imported iu Ostrogoths, and still bore the name of customs the country. I
$;! : have record the visita-
tfitt't j'i.t c?; 'J' your officers, and the blind! !ignorance foreign vessels, pays -66 per cent, and again to Panonia. In 568 the Lombards, who the death of Louis II. in 1526, the
; ,; the destination of the the s.ime thing with other articles tion of our little town by fire. On Friday cant throne was claimed '
\ .:'! k: : of the men as to happens had previously come from the banks of by Ferdi
1 ..c1i! .t( : enterprize, clearly show that the objects enumerated and numerous othersof morning; trt about three o'clock, it the Elbe in Northern Germany, quit I.. of Austria, on the ground of his'

,,,'j < ; and purposes of those ut the head ofyour' first necessity. was discovered that a building adjacentto with a Hungarian' marriagp
4
t 1 affairs, are known to be unlawful, Our farmers have to pay 21-2 per their new settlements on the Danube, princeii
: ? the.dwelling-bouse of Mr. FIUSEB
the elected
)1 !'li'4. and that plunder is the !inducement held cent, on sugar, and 10 per cent, on attracted by the richer laids of Italy, Hungarians in

,$ .' =t .;.f.I'; ,; out to all who embark in this recklessexpedition. their harvests, when gathered, the sameas and which that gentleman was repairing I the North of which they !secured per to him John Tapolya. ; unv of lips

:''i M: "..'' !'f':.... I' .I. .. all engaged in raising live stock, for was in flames. Ere long they communicated manently, giving it the nane of Lombardy and palatine of' 'Tians lvaaia.
l .?r Second.-We have proof that some nil their cattle, exclusive of the charges with that dwelling house "
;r. ; ;' which it bears at the gave rise to a war in which the
present
: : rLciJ ; 4. of you have acknowledged that your arising from exportation. and the building inhabited by Mr. JNO.
1 called in the aid of'the
inhabitant i is ask The departure oft Lombaids Turks
/' 'r. destination was Cuba-and that others Every compelled to day. ,
:
:,:Q2tl4\t. I of your number have said that the expedition for a license and pay for the.same even CLARK, and the most strenuous
1.; *;;* :-<* was fitting out for the invasionof in case he wants to go the distance ofa of our citizens could only prevent arrival of the Sclavonic tribes, who established the very walls of Vienna ; buthein

r4.1: .\:i. the Sierra Madie States of Mexico, single mile from the place of his res- them from spreading further. So sudden themselves in thj countriesnow there finally defeated, the Hungarianleft

W !A l: J;: {? showing conclusively that your enterLI idence. was the alarm that Mr. FRASER themselves
; : (:t:; prise is one of a military character.. He cannot remove his residence from : bearing the name of Hungary, to concluded a tiea
small
able
'
.. was to save only a portion
And L 1 You in house another without Sdavonia Esclavonia Servia Croatia by which Ferdenand was to su
.f 'i l ast y.- are vagrants one into giving or ,, .
;\, ; .t.:; ;" the eyes of,the law in fact-and therefore notice )previously of his intention to the his furniture and as he was not insured Dalmatia, 'and other bordering territories Tapolya.

: cannotbo allowed to occupy your authorities, under the penalty of a hea- his loss is severe. Mr. CLARK was
IA monarch
:
: : ; ; all. however, denominated, till The however, on his I
;: '!: present position, and must immediatelydisperse. vy.,fine... . insured to the amount of $1000. It is .
;.r ; 1 the time of Char am gnc, bj the name left a son who was proclaimed ,
Me is not permitted to lodge in his
f believed that the fire was caused by an
!.1;-v.'; J'.T t, ..(.. ,).0.: .{r...:.' I will now Proveto you that'we have house for o single night, any person, incendiary. A man named Morgan Avars, a powerful Asiatic-people, (commonly and the Turks were again appealed.But cOflt't
:f: ''': : :'; the means of not only preventing your either native or foreigner, be the same young nfounded with the Hans,) who this lime the unfortunate Hung.rians
: b embarkation to foreign but that his friend member of his is now in confinement suspicion
:
.i ; '} '. :J( parts or a family, were allies theLombardsand whom found the Turks greater
:fi .. ; :l ye can force your to abandon your present without giving the same information, of having committed the act.
bVY: r the latter had ceded their possessions than the Austrians. They bared
tf: t :: t. head quarters. also under the penalty of a like punish-
(
", ;'i.. I.shall employ all the vessels now ment. The AdiuiHirtrniioii and the Volnnterr on parting for Italy. Chademagne i their own account the greater pan

f !J : }': -(:. #' >:. in.this vicinity, or which may hereafter He may not have in his house any "We decline the services of the Florida Tol- overthrew completely the Kingdom of the Kingdom, )leaving the rest to .

!<$**&;*':*'l*:& %:$ arrive, in such manner as will most company or amusement of any sort, if unteers interval that even for occurs temporary before. a sufficient protection force in the of the Avars, and the different countries dinand, who consented to pay them

r-*.?i.*.**:.\;:', ,.,'.. : #., 'effectually bring about' the ends desired. he does not solicit, obtain and pay -fora regulars can be placed .in the proper places to above mentioned then became tributary it an annual tribute. The
ivc! : .'t r.i-' first. .-I shall certainly prevent the license S25)) or he must submit to afford 7
; : '
: > cteamers Fanny Maria Burt, or be mulcted for inraction of the to the Empire of ihe Franks under Emperor succeeded subsequently
!f .':: ; 't .i..*' any an The Florida Commissioners sent to I
.t{;;:. r i ::." :*' : other tearaer" or steamer, vessels or ves- regulations.He Washington by the Governor different Sclavonic princes. As earlyas 1 driving out the Turks in '

;: : ;' ceta, of whatever description, from furbishing pays 6 to 6 1-2 per cent, of the repott thin time we encounter the term Ban tion of which they required
'fW: ;. i .the adventurers in Round Island the above as the language of the Secretary

value of slave, or in
t .. any any property applied to the Governors of Croatia, the to make them the crown
..
1 : ,, ,, :...J I >, ,' with arms, d other munitions of town or country, that he may sell, be- of War on our Indian difficulties!;
.
.&_'%..... '.* 41,, < title at the present day.of the famous which was done in 16S7. Thus
.'" :: : sidesjall other charges of notariesof reg- : General 'J'A FLOR always did treat the
', t :: ? f:a W' war.Second..-If said steamers or vessels istration, of'stam'ped'paper, &c. Florida volunteers with the greatest Jellachich.At wars between Austria and

.:\ :: -:' \\iJiJ! :have arms or other munitions of war There is stamped paper, the use of and njustlce.Ve the,death of the great Charlemagne which were provoked by Austria'

,;:2r: !), .' on board, I shall take possession of said which is enforced by the Government, contempt exposed and the 'dismemberment self in claiming unjustly the
:\;"- <; .: .:.1Q" :arms, &c.. and detain said teamers or and sold by it at the price of $8 every fully last fall by the, statement of the consequent made the )
:: t t: -; vessels until the men congregated op sheet, and it is necessary on a solemn officers of the Missouri volunteers the of the Empire, and confusion Hungary, were pretext

4\, l;. :.l.1.;) ':-'' Round Island are dispersed. oath to prove one's poverty, in order to foul injustice clone to those brave and which followed, the Sclavonic princesof her for still further violating the

.! :f.1t. ;t .;' Third.-I shall prevent the band of be admitted.to: the use of cheaper paper, devoted men by Gen. TA LOR. Butat the Danube gained their indepen- of the cQuntry.

.. '. {. ',.',....'... :;J.,..., men on.Round Island from embarking: a sheet of which costs six cents. that time it all down el dence, which they retained till the appearance But laying aside the =
/ was set
t ); on board of said steamers or vessels I or Some months an order was : as *
-4s':; : ago received -
1t1f'r., .: 'f. ;:j.1'.i' from- holding any communications with by the Captain General), of the ectioneering slander, and even those on the scene of the Hungarians attending acquisition by the \
: ";J ''t :T." them at all.1 which was near the end of' the trian Emperor of the Hungarian
r.., ,..) 'll.4 .;t.jr i Island, prohibiting parents from send- who know every word of it to be true,
; 1.. .; 1...1. .1':_ Fouh.-l: will make said steamer or ing their chilclren to the United States had the'affrontery to deny it. But the ninth centurysimultaneous with that of and admitting that they camel hy it
r: :3 ...': 4 't vessel anchor. within range of our for the of education and such this
the Normans in France.
f '. ,,",. .: '. purposes ; better prejudice which Gen.T. has always They came, perfectly legitimate: way,
.
t 'S.c
tf. $.. : gun parents are now driven to the expedient : it is supposed, from the border of the not change, but rather aggregate
After manifested volunteer
;" ::f: Fifth.- to-day ((28th August) proving ill-health or feign it for their against ,
;il 'i .:!,tf'.4p';: ;! in accordance with a notice before given children, in order to obtain passportsfor i still clings to him, even<< when Presidentof Black Sea, though their original home question at present at issue

f i f ot .t'ff them! :I shall cut oft all! supplies ofprovisions them.In I the United States He will not per- was the northern part of Asia, alongthe the Austrian Emperor and Hungary.If

.::1.l .. {:. ...tr which may be intended for the whole Island of Ouba a most mit the Florida volunteers to afford sides of the Ural mountains. Theyare the Emperor be the legitimate
st1i p', :.:;:.I the persons on Round I Island, and shall brutal of is if
r spirit despotism strikingly defence- of the same race as the Finns, of of Hungary. so much worse then
i' : even protection to
'Jj ; ,; figidly enforce this blockade or embargo prevalent in all officials of the Covern- temporary our '
j: 1t-t&; ; : I;' until they abandon the spot and ment, from the Captain General downto less interests The tomahawk and Fenlandand, their language proves them conduct be barbarous= to his subjetts.The

t,., .-1.. I., 1M home. closely allied in origin with the Turks. question is not between
} ,. .. r '....it '0t the most abject of his hirelings, with scalping knife shall do their bloody
:):: .4\r-:' ; .. Sixth.-1 shall gladly give the<< persons out even excepting municipal and ether work rather than that our wives and For half a century after their appearance and Hungary, but between the

:I 1'.....t.!,;:I :'.. .,:... on'Round Island every facility .to local authorities.In children shall be protected by the "Flor- the Hungarians were the terror Hungary and the nation of !

\I"l. nt. ".'_"'.'. get away-taking particular I care, however Matanzas, Cardenas, Guines, Ma- of Europt. Not only did they subju- There has never been any
\' 1i !:;: 'S: that they do not embark in sea-go- druga and other places, the most revolting ida volunteers Verily this is a great- .
t; tt-. ".. .rf..:.. inveuel.. ful ,gate the'countries on the Danube and union between the two countri,
'f i. r't ... ) scenes of torture, gallows, butch- return to the Florida volunteers for
: I" J' ':J 1:" 'V.M.. RANDOLPH the Drave, which are at"the present day has Hungary ever acknowledged
: \ nr......:. I ,. .. eries and infernal machinations were elevating to' the Presidency the gen
.,;t I.. l 1 I. it.;: C om. U. S. ship Albany, enacted in'the'year 1845,' under pre- tleman in the cocked hat !I" Truly they under their dominion, but they even rendered -. sovereign as Emperor of Austria.
; r 'Senior.Officer Afloat in the Gulf of tence of suppressing a conspiracy a- the of has had its
: tributary greatest part the gary always separate
?ir t ; :,t.; Mexico. U. S. Ship Albany, off Pasca the .- have met their reward for contributing
negroes.In German
mong
Empire. France and distinct from the
.
.1" Italy entirely
J the election of
; '( gouhu Aug. 28, 1889. the 1845, different Regidoresand to a President whose on-
.. year
;, ,'m'1f. '. ., were not exempt from their terrible incursions Austria. As far indeed as the
'; : '! other members of the corporationof ly qualification for office is his contemptfor
{! i-:: ..!(: ; !Natchez (Miss.) Courier comDlainsofthe.disorderly Matanzas were severely chastised for the brave citizen soldiers who : But their victorious course tant parts of executive power are

,1')1r:,'(-';!:% t'r,: tree negrpes'of that city,conduct and of that the haviug presumed to present a respectful made him what he is was finally arrested by the, German cerned Hungary has beeen really gOVerned --

:1' I says remonstrance to the Royal Preto- Emperor,. Henry I. who defeated themin as an integral of Austr ax ,
,1 Zl- ,! J( a sentiment of deep dislike towards that rial Audiencia at Havana complainingof In what field did the "Florida vol- part .
,
: 't :' class of their population is springing a great battle near Mersebourg in that which the former hallways struggled .
'i flinch
,? ;'\ ,. the Government officials, &c. unteers from their duties as soldiers -
} '\.:.. up all over the Southern States. It 933. The advantage was followed against and which it succeeded, j I
Another article'contains the that should be up
followingevents they branded
Jk\ ,.... by
:; ,... adds : the Germans till in last March in obtaining: ,,
which have transpired since 1827: by 1043 we find the destroying" by
TAYLOR
(tf { t'' {:: We are of opinion that the time is Gen. as unfit to protect our de. The. ;
"More than a million African savages Hungarian dominion reduced its respectable miri'try.
inli t: trot far distant-when the people of the I fenceless frontier 1 1 Let him point out within own
: : Southern States will find it I imported into the Island of Cuba; the limit Hungary proper of the Emperor then became in his relations, !
absolutely in
: :.i "\; the instance which they were not as present
insurrection of slaves and
t'I.'$: .: necessary tOexpel the whole of this free tortures, as regulars to meet the day. About the'year 1100 it was with Hungary, the sovereign 3of ,the j 1
and
and prompt
gibbets, slaughter to punish enemy, ,
:
: population from within their bor independent of his
: ,
F ; : negro ders. Th about twohundred subdue them r new fetters added to and if he cannot do this let him be called again expanded by the conquest of'Bosnia country, altogether
fi"t re are Austria. As,
of
tt:.; \ :r and,fifty thousand free negroes in theI'4 those which oppressed Cuba, arbitary upon to acknowlege that he has i Dalmatia Servia, Esclavonia and dignity as Emperor
and cruel such and other the Hungarians are
\f slave States. And the lowest possible imprisonments, atrocious, slandered the Florida volunteers. Croatia the three latter of which have no
.. unrelenting persecutions, punishments. willing to .acknowledge him. It will
1 average this two hundred and fifty adhered ever since, with little interruption -!
thousand debauch and render sentences of death, executions, all, all POE; TIlE KEW3. be from this with what reusom
1ft l t!: corrupt, till the of' the seen
; that there is most and rising present
iT') worthless and than worthless, contrary repugnant Hungary.To
worse
e ; rebellion under Jellacbich. the Hungarian EUet required the pre
,,;ii .,::1!; t two hundred' and thousand slaves to humanity. the Editor-Sir :-I was about sence of their monarch in Hungary to

-making grand total of half a mil Something.New.-The: .millenium i is to give. you 'a detailed history of HUNGARY j The character of Hungarians on of the.
; aid in tho difficulties '
11 lion. By expelling the free blacks surely at hand. The editor of a coun- but, on referring to some papers! ,their first appearance was very similarto settling
from the slave States two important try Whig pap rVa last week taken Hunsvbo about four country
that I had laid by, found the follow that of the ; centuries -
! J things would be accomplished : our' sick, .and called! on his rival, the. editor : J i under The events of March last bavin :
- before devastated Italy
slave population would be removed : Ofthle. Democratic, paper in the same ing, which is so much to'my mind "that'I. .

from the dangerous associations and'a village, to get out.his paper for him-, .'send, it .to you for publication. ; -and.if the t.crocious.Aftilla.. "Thia.fiil1i1arjty. obliged the Emperor to give his Hun; !

i' fuhlweasureofretributivejustice would "I !and a right. sprightly number he made it does, not interest and ,become, useful was owing. doubtless tola common.Asiatic garinn subjects the rigbts'which they

ir i'4 ::; be meted out 'to the fanatics of the of decidedly, the best ,of the season. to those who are advanced in manhood origin.. They'\V-both'nUke'idol- had previously contended for fn ya 9" .

gSI ( north The cry of 'no more slave ter : By the way, ,i if all the political editors I not hope'that it will ators'"i r religidri, most, barbarous :in the Croatian affair has aflorde4 bn\
ii ritot' would be inspire
S ? almost may ouryomh
: to .*, take' changed instanter of the two parties. were ,to exchange, cultivate' ,laws and manners' ,'of warlike and wrong the opportunity of showing his. rea)I4 ?
as much slave territory as places the Whigs taking' the editorial to a taste for all that

-II '4'F'( S.;' you'please Ii do as ryou'please! -act as control? of, the Democratic. papers, and. relates to .Geographical].history.: It js habits.. :The Hungarians are described, position. Without examining" ',

- you eleaEe -;only for mercy's sa don't '!the? Democrats that.of the Whig papers, from, ,the: Newark,, (NJ., )"SenlineljofFreedom 'even, in the twelfth\ ce'ntury, after their course'of the Croats, which q Jqu.titlgs

_I ; Thotriueh sen d any' more effect black' rd s 'upon us!l' we;bgye jtfieeVi4ence jqf tbe'case,. ,beforeus the best:conducted:<' periin; Conversion to'ChristiariityVas" yet livingin is to a certain extent very just, \ificient \* .uC.-

an result from up "the noTterii'peopleWotildr that"at,least one: good .result. .\\'ouldfblUnv that' State. ..-. ,,' 5\
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:the expulsion 'f -there would... be.an absence, r I l out
.4 the bands'of Austria by marriage and the it for attempting to
1 of tlleJCreetblacki' from all the ,slave low personal<<: \ abuse, ,and in: the place_of S "FltANKFbRT-OfJ.THE-MAlNE. -- : ,.' '-i carjv
: Sta.tesf1DO rational a intelligent man' matter of Inoreuefulhhin.f S Oc.'jh"I849.,. ; ;.j J'; < ,there hasrernamedever: since :his reactionary designs If I fipcoo?
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--:= as.mi. it would have Warsaw: dat August t ,16v state:that promise f 'H&Y&-yon;:amonglill. j; Whig The above articles,:and.:many o&ers of the GOYOL

;ijg orter independence, I the Hungarian Diet, having surrender brethera from Maine to'Ohiffand maiL .Jej) r choicest kind, are iaported front the principal -

had he interfered little politically,who has ever taken 1uh a stand houses in England..., For_ .-sale hirer than any
been an easy matter I ed its power to Georgey dissolved. j itsslf. for the South and for the'CoDStitutiontas'1tes- house in the United ;by". j7 4 f

the outset, to have settled the mat- A meeting, including Kossuth, i Sf!: Cass Buchananj Douglass,vl\ >ickii8bir, /} ',OEOIGB RAPflAELN.

lt But no he secretly stimulates i Georgey, and Bern, subsequently took Burke, Crowe1lndPonryhavedtht: 26! lt! .Y. ..'f1.hJ a! __

ter. supplying -! place at or near..Arad,:at which:';it.was did you rote for;l s'"f.LD/torVic: President? TtS& )' &F7'".'-'ariot. ..,.'*. *1"tM--r..u.aJ\d
invade Hungary, .j1 ; .i-\-
Croats to And who is it that now sits 'ch ekbyejowVwith t. .: :
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'f' .., '
the .C., .-.
determined at once-to endto the -l '
them with money and war stores, put an OldZack in the,ttibinet Washington? *e P't.8, h<>. .* '4 .sSfi; t1'.!;. _,' /('.:; ...' ,ll1 ll..n1 i ;L
War, which was as sanguinary as'it was Ewing and Collamer,Abolitionists notoriously- J
work in the* .i 'ExecuUvo Depart sa&if,!: I, .
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aDd making every thing considered useless. Georgey addressing the union of the Southern planter with he-rree i '" IIP.BN 4: MB.. '"" t :,4 zzaasseIr1tzr27.1s4&; r'- .ZIT'IS'HEREBY 1

frror. The Croats in Italy I he causes the Consul, protested that he hadno soiler of the North! Have you'. ever thoaght. of ; ., '..... ..,,.tn'',,_ ...\:,at'iLt.\i-. ."__ Li : ORb: /Tn&ttEoVepes! .f _
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home while he is very careful hopes for the cause of Hungary" ; thatF_._ .- ._ .1. i .Ii. ,Jncli..AvUIetFla.. .t'l' 1} ia 1X>>i\l byth.wteral.radges' .: '
to be sent of single that all resistance was in vain, and I D't >3 4. ,V ft11 ..fl-* fa" *.H.:.. <> s. :tWill t of'Probate', :.this:StatV Jn] taai of.EletiOBS :

not to permit the return a that nothing but utter rum would; attend OJ- The friends of J. A. BsitaEiti-..?s. .. practice in the several.Courts in.the Eastern tOb heldCOcerg )1u.: v
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He even writes letters of nounce him as a candidate for the ,O.ceof :.. .Circuit;of Florida;: theU.aDis- pay the1 first d October n&c i&til ao,.
J-Jungarillfl. with his the prolongation of the struggle. Sheriff of Duval ., tnct Court, Northern District of 1lor. J. .:i! cilnspectorV ;hhe Elfett D 'to Oficert of the) '

tncouradement toThatsent Jnllachich Georgey's reasoning induced a large County' at1 the approaching: ida; the Supreme Cour at Talk Morida Militia-ordered to'be ftld on/th/ first. ':

J. C. C. number of the Hungarian Generals to election on the'1st Monday in October next ?, .' hassee j and prosecute claims onday, of October. ***).1':** *'*r
MANY VOTERS < before"Congress and the z' ,, .ft ''w.tvMosEtEro. _
for the him and '
article side with to insist \
this on surren -' "- .1
you dering. Not only Georgey's Sept.lith.l 1849.,. < ... ? ., 4 ..t. .;...? Departments ofGov-. August.. '_ ,. "1M'. 'i?:, .. n'. f.PROcL.UlATIONtBY'TOtGOVEaNOIL;. 8"- _
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._.__..cf. .it .must give: to your enlightened ... corps, 'crnznntat.,,-- .. .; ., .1 .
W I -- I have no doubt but but also part ot the besieging army at 13r From Hon.'Ross Wninna; United States VY askingttn. ". ,. /. "" -:- ..,. .'
readers ; and Temasoac, numbering in all from 30-, District Judge for the District Michigan, to .. I z : I if: : q.

will ,find it to your interest 000 to 40,000 men, stood by Georgey the Agent at Detroit. .*. Jos.o McRoBfittt BAEE." S". SrBscut.Jan. j
that ou : -!, ; 1i.
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of the DsTEorr OCT 30 18,11. 849., ly _
struggles ; .
speedily to notice the and the war party, headed by Kossuth, My Dear Sir-With great pleasure I state 0 : j- 1j.i 't.

.pints of the German confeder- Bern and the leading members of the the tact of the complete and radical cure of the Law Notice. : ':fn.ll .

chosen crush the despotism that HungariaQ Parliament, had nothing Fever and Ague with which my son William JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. ct:

ICY in their to left but to hasten to Orsowa. it is was attacked, by the use pursuant directions, .HAVING left the State for California, I ; '1
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and has treated transferred business to :CoL. .- .
them down, of Dr. Osgood's India Cholagogue; "He hiII'severe as my Jt ""' i tkl
stated that have
has kept allied to the even they already en an attack as :I ever witnessed, and I'ap; Samuel Spencer, who will, m conjunction with' BIsctl.a .r lllal ..""'." T : .
, them as being more nearly tered upon Turkish territory ; and it prehended a long winter of this disease, whichwas :Mr.B&er, prosecute unfinished business to'a A "VACANCYhavingoccrrefljtheoffis,

than the nan. is also stated that M. Kossuth carried some years ago the case when I resided at close. 21. of State Senator ia'tho Twelfth 8enatoxwrlal

monkey AUGUSTINIENSIS. with him the insignia the Hungarian Tecumseh. But I.was,providently led to notice I The Militia claims in my charge will be attended District,' o: :asi ai&by theresignatiou i of thiiu .
Yours, &c., your advertisement in relation to this medicine I to by myself, in connection with'CoL Hon. Joseph" B.:;'Watti : It is jSrOy &red -,

Empire, including the State jewels. -determined to try it, and the use !of one' I Spencer, and CoL Charles E. Sherman, of Washington ., That an election beheld in said distinct oaMon*' 41

TeleifoTthe Baltimore Amerscai.Arrival Georgey surrendered to Prince, Pas- bottle broke the disease,and I am confident has and every effort made by us jointly to day,the first day of October: ef to, .

By of the Niagara.OXE i kewich shortly after, under but one effected a radical cure, as two months have now prosecute them to successful result. I have can ". -*) .. w I.-5A aGivnndrmyhandsnathgrea

condition, if condition it con be called, elapsed without the return of it, and my son sin no authority to collect the money due on these .1:

1 DAV LATERFROM EUROPE. which was that the Prince should intercede the enjoyment of robust health. It is an invaluable claims, as I have always preferred to have whatever Seal of the Sutof Florida,at thfr\ I

medicine, and should be generally money may be appropriated placed\ in the 'CapltOtJI1 the'City:of}TailaJusSSAL. .. _
Defeat of the Hungarians.-Unconditional with the Austrian Emperor for known. bands of a local paymaster, such as the parties [: .] see, thiy fourth dayof&nust,4; I'

surrender to the Russian for us. himselfhis troops and his country.It Truly your friend, ROSS WILKINS.Sold interested may select, after the act of their re. D::'I849J 'and of American' .Ii d 44J

Diet. is said that Georgey's desperateresolutioa by lief.. GREGORY YALE. 'pendence', the 74th year.*, -.?:..* -

Dissolution of the Hungarian was prompted by the mu- T. 0. HOLMES. &; CO. August 28, 18-19. 'tf 'WL'D. .'MosELEY.',;., -i
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the War.ST. -. Attest: 'O TemO of Florida: ,. !J
PVDLIV'NOTUIH.
End of tinous of the Hussars. A Vienna CURE YOUR COUGHS.Wistar's '" "
spirit '
C. W. D Qt See. of State.
BOOKS of subscription to the capital G, ,{ ,, I'
N. B. > Balsam of Wild has curedan THE v '
JOHN'S, letter states that the number of Cherry -
Rail Road
of the Atlantic and Gulf 0-
To V.laalftn t.1' die"lm"W".. 1f
obstinate and distressiag cough attended 1
Se.'. 5, 12 P. M. ) troops, which surrendered 'with Geor Company, will be opened in the City of St. Au. :.
with pain in the side and brest, which I had Numerous communication* ;having0fceenrrtP
Niagara arrived were about 27,000 men and SO gustine, at the office of Win. A., Forward, Esq : *
The royal mail steamer gey contracted while running a boat on the James : ceived.by his Excellency the Governor, from ,
nine o'clock A. M. the 25th
at Halifax this morning, bringing guns. It was thought that General River and Kanawha Canal, which business I at of next, and,on will Tuesday be .ontiuued day persons in different sections of the State,*offetfing i

from Liverpool to the 25th Lou- Klarika, too, would be induced to surrender had: to quit on account of my becoming too until September the whole stock, is taken.. open. .their services to raise.and organiieCompanies > !" '.1$:1

dates and Paris tu the 22d Comorn, especially as the cityof weak und unfit to discharge my duty as a Captain In behalf the Commissioners to serve against the'Indiia and requesting :;t
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lon to the 24th, and during he winter it grew worse. I Commissions to that eft'ed'J'im requested by
Raab the 15th D: L. YULEE.
was, on occupied by procured two bottles of Wistar's Balsam, and I him to state inanawer therttothatAgMgJthority '

ult.The Niagara had on board 113 pas- the Imperialists, who have likewise believe it has relieved me. I can therefore recommend August 25, 1849. tf is vested m him. Should'he'deem it neo :

The steamer Europa arrived despatched a corps to the Valley of the it to all those afflicted in a similar Jacksonville Academy. essaryto call out volunteers for the above pu>"-* .

sers. Monday morn. \Vaag.AnothtT. manner. JOSEPH R. BEAL. SECOND TERM, will commence on II pose,he could.only Comm'atOD'upon1u -; ./ '
ai Liverpool early on Cambria letter from Vienna datedon Scottville, Virginia, June 15, 1847. THE nextSeptember 3d. Each quarter tion oCtll8. sevcraL. cers by the peetIvtcommands. ,,
.ng, 20th ult. r1 he steamer Buy none but Dr. Wistar's, kith I. BUTTS on is 12 weeks, at original rates. ,Companies elect their Captains ami"" ,

(VlS: seen on the 2b'th at 6 A. M., ofTnscar. ( the 11th Aug., published in the the wrapper.For Misses:: ,when.payment is made strictly in advance Lieutenants Baitaliim elect their,Lieut.1. COIonels i.'t. -, -

On the 29th, at 5 A. M., 51 Kolner Zeiturig, states that M. Kos sale by Druggists generally throughout will be received for a period of 11.weeks, and Majors; .Regiments elect their,. Colo-". ,- -'

the steamer Amer- suth intends to hold out to the last.- the United States. T. 0. HOLMES & Co. at $4. 5, and 6, for ordinary and the highest nels, &0. w> *
33 Lit.: 20 41 long., Jacksonville, FIn, English branches. For present purposes, in the opinion of;theu -
He has published proclamation announcing -
the Niagara. a '.
nassed by
I il'H'U -- B. K. SEWALL. Governor, a sufficient force has been called'out"
t OW" .'rHrAR IN HUNGARV. I the transfer of his government Notice Sept 1-tf PaIN ;,p.\L. This force consists of.two Companies from'-Ita- '. ,

: Orcowa where he ,\ LL demands the ... froai'd ..
I from Arad to persons having auy against val and Nassau, two from Colombia one' > '
1 from the seat of war in 1Est.tte Dar.u Ferris lat of Duval Co. New Books New Books .. 4M
Intelligence is now protected by the Hungarian army i Marion, one from Hillsborough, and twofroa- ;
Hungary is of the most disastrous kind. from the Baisk. Florid:i,deceased, are hereby called upon to present TUST Received and for sale by the Leon .Counties .J--i' .. 4

have been defeated at the a ime to the undersigned without delay ,tber- (. c. W.DOWNINd j -

Hungarians which socourageously The Russian papers publish the fol. and all creditors, legatees and persons entitled ,THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, Adj.. and ..n"!"". Gen. ad:tern:.lr.-\. : l

all points: and the cause they distribution are hereby notified that their A Tale offhe' Pacific, by J. Fennimore Cooper., AuuaUSth 1849>> "d. !:,. 3t'j., ,;.* :
against fearful From the IVakuUa Times, tith tnsf. I. r' A.'t. I'
upl.eld c'uiuid and demands will be barred at the expiration Price 50 cents. '
odds has fallen past redemption. The Arrival from Tampa of two yiars unless presented within the THE RAID OF GfIEZ-25, cents. A..lalararel'Iedce.., ."'t ,
;
months after da te I shall
details and circumstances The Florida Volunteers 1Iu.} ') red into the U. same. THE FATAL- ERROR, SIX :vouchers present my ac .
counts and
as Administrator -. -
precise the Countess of cents. -
unfortunate and unexpected S. Service by Gen. Twiggs.The SERAPniNA! FERRIS, By Blessington.-25
this
the Estate
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which led to THE PRAIRIE GUIDE Ramon .Sanchex, deceased, to the j k
be sloop Enterprise, Captain MOORE, arrived Executrix of Dariu Ferris deed. I Honorable Judge Probate' of St.Johns ..
f result cannot fairly ascertained Jacksonville, Sept. 15th, 1849. 9t. A Tale of the Mexican War.,-25 cents. : county .
from accounts that are in on Monday from Tampa, which place .. THE VIRGIN,QF THE SUN. : for a final settlement ,of said Estate, and a
; any she left on Thursday last. Capt. MOORE -- --- in thall,at the same time, appl/f Letters of Dis...-
reach but the Hungarians have been PHILIP .ERASER ,A Romance of the lait Revolution Pent,": 25 cts. y
reports that Gen. TWIGGS was about to mus- .4 CHARLES DfiWAAL. mission as such Admfnistrstorotxhiciaflpe.- S
compelled to lay down their arms and ATTORNEY( ) I sons interested in'said Estate are desired .
|l ter the volunteers into service, and had call Jacksonville, Sep. 1, 1849. tf "to
i *ubruit unconditionally to the Russian ed upon the General Government for an en- ANDCounsellor ,. take notice' MAUEICE SANCHEZ, ; -',

I! / rees. There is no room whatever to I tire volunteer force, believing them to be the at Ram, Sheriff's Sale. SS' 'isStI S Adm1naator: 'f .a : .. ; 3 S
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doulit. The operations: of the Hungarians on iv kind of troops with which to operatein JACKSONVILLE: FL. ., B Y VIRTUE of a Decree of the Circuit Court : :Augustine August 18th, 49" 6m.. --. .. .sAdmiUlrat

; ; under Uen. just preceding the this country. Nothing further had been attend to any professional business Chancery, sitting in the cause of David -, -I-- I''. N.i1ce..t;. '. 1 3

cernnoaucc of the struggle are alone heard from the Indians. WILL to him in the Courts of the i L. Palmer and Darius Ferris,,.against Hen- SIX months after date i shall present my ao- .. V
,
r Eastern Circuit and the Courts at I rietta Barnard, James A..Pick tt, Amanda Par counts and vouchers the Hon.Judge ot. l' 5 (
Supreme 4.
: given is latelllQlbfe!! form. and would'CeiU Frum the Flnrlii $.Journal, 8th Jut."t."V8 Tallahassee. lie has also such an advantageous sons and Thomas 0. Holmes; I will sell in'frontof Probate for Marion n ,'fora final.settle- S

\ from the accounts before us to .\ from Capt. Johiiso.i connection wit ban able,Lawyer: at Washington the Court House in the Town orJackst'.nTille ment,and apply, r a discharge as Administxa-r > a

I iiave had an important influence in Capt. ELIJAH JOHNSON, who left here not City. as will ensure a prompt and speedy on the first Monday in October next, be- tor of the estate' Samuel E. Swill j,'late o t.'/ : .
has tween,the usual hours of Sale, the following Lowndes county, Georgia,dec ed._ '? .., ',
bringing about the submission of the long since with his men for Tampa, collection of such claims as may be placedin p
the United property, to wit: All that certain tract, piece, WM. D. BRANCH, iditfr, .N 'fIfarion .
hands the States.
The Vienna written hack that he arrived safely on bis against
Hungarians. -
correspondent or parcel-of land, lying, situated J of the London Times under date 29th August, and proceeded immediately to Sept.Sth,1849. ly S ;
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the St. Johns River, in Duval county, near the r S. .
of ISlh August says thai an official the Manatee settlement, where he is now Boot and Shoe 'Store" .1tk v- Bar. including the Steam Saw Mill, with all EATERN :JUDICIAL''CIBCUIT._ ."',...',. S.

I stationed.: He had been:; Gen. Twiggs, whoadvised SUBSCRIBER taken and singular, the buildings,tenementsheredita, Circdit'Courfof Johns..County/ '
icport of Cot Dossolor, who is at Her- the best to be THE having .. ,:; :
him as to disposition ments and thereto
manstadt gire the particulars of what I made of his Company. The General freely Jacksonville up his residence, respectfully' permanently informs in Said tract. appurtenences containing, one hundred belonging acres of; Thursday the 14tb,day):pfji. r-o f; ; f :

has taken place in the south-west partof expresses his desire that the Volunteers I the public that he is now preparedto ,land. THOMAS LEDWITH, ; ,A.-.D., 1849.. :1' ;.. 'r ,'

Transylvania since the 4th of Au- should be taken into the United States service I carry on the Boot and Shoe business in all Sheriff Duval County. George Fairbanks: Master t' "., 'f. ,':.. '; -:.. ; i

gust, atrh :h date Gen. Luders was and he is disposed: to enter with vigor its branches. As he obtains all his materials By A. W CRICHTON, D.S. D. C. in Chancery, l I Old t 1i '. S ::-.!" :

Galfalva.. After Bern's defeat on the upon the duty of removing the Indians. He directly from New York he will be enabled,. to -Jacksonville- !' Aug. 251849. tdos use of Burroughs E.Carretal:.I\'p II b1i ou-.q ."1'"',.;-: r" ..,

had sent Capt. Casey to see what was intended furnish custom work at a.much:.less price ald. COkE-BCTOB'S LAST NOTICE vs. :
, 3ht July, at Scharbrag, he proceeded by the feather, &c., at the door of the offlr superior quality than has hitHerto .beX Henry W. Groves, et al: J V
1 ,: UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor and
: towards .Medgyes, which place he Spaniard Philhppee, but the result was not accessible to his fellow citizens. .He..trusfs.that;, f THE for the county uf D va1. State UPON reading and filing the affidavit of Geo It
reached 3d of with a whfch has been exten- Fairbanks, Solicitor of said Complainants :
already
the
on August, known at the time Capt. Johnson wrote. the patronage : Florida, hereby'gives notice that he will attend *. '. S
r force of that friend- ded to him and for which he takes this occasion it appearing Jh &.tha said ) fendaatn *
of 17 mention "
c 8,000 men and pieces ar- Other correspondents a "for the last time, at the following times Henry W. Gr1saiidALartba.P.Banets '

. : llller' )'. Having been joined at this ly Indian had come in, but nothing could be to return. his sincere thanks, will be.stillcontinued. and places for the purpose collecting the in the State of NorthCarolin8yandlthat'reside >3ol. : -

from C lau- learned from him. He pretended ignoranceof Revenue for the State, Tor the year 1849. viz: Lewis Boutell Charles
place Henry Boutel
by an auxiliary corps Repairing of nil kinds executed with neat- and Ma :
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the outbreak, and all efforts to gather At C. S.>Emer1'sStore'ManduIDj on IO'I1dy'thelOthinst. Caroline Boutell reside in the .
; staburg, Consisting of 4,000 foot, bOO ness and despatch, directly opposite the BILLIARD ry State of Massachusetts. .
'i what his Nation is at failed. "*
from him in Street.BENJAMIN. : , Iwse and he at SALOON Biy: r ?
12 of
; pieces artillery, G. MILLS. At John Johnson's House, Baton Island, on I, motion of said Complainant's Solicitor k

Nice proceeded towards Hermansiadt Gen. Twlggi-Terrible Steamboat Explosion Jacksonville, Sept. Sth. 1S49. Gin Tuesday 11th inst, ,j tAt .,:_ _' is ordered that the said'Hen 7 W. Grove(; hill

.1 General Hassford. who had- heeu lift I I ---- Col.John_ Broward'zflouseCedar' .' ,-_ Creek, Bartlett, Lewis.Henry Boutell, Caarle* : ,

with six battalions and8 guns and 350 I J. M. Baker, Esq., has kindly furnishedus Estate of Ellen Lyuess, Deed. on Thursday S.B. 13th Inst.At Store Black Creek B utell, and'Mary 1.Caroline Boutell do,appear'0-'.J -.

Cossacks to Hermanstadt, had with the following! extracts of a letter is hereby given to all persons hav Thompson's onMonday and iiiswexthe, said .Complainants said Bill of S
protect I NOTICE denvmdsagiinst: : the Estate of, 17th inst. Complaint within four:, Months .from the first *"* .. S
gone to Reissnekt and Luhlenback from Tampa, lateJ the. 31 inst., received by Ellen Lyness, late of St. Johns county, decd., At D C. Prescott's Store, Clay Hill, on Tuesday publication of this Order. I,, v sIt i S
here he over the him on Tuesday; last: : 18th inst. is farther ordered 'that :<* f
gained a victory requested to present the same to the undersigned -, duepubliatjon- -
This inorui.i I: have seen Gen. Tvviggs, are At Wm.Thomas' House Th ma8ville Monday .
on
; ther
ofbe1ma4eweekJjiniom
This all
Hungarian Ganeral Steiuall. without delay ; and Creditor&Le- <. Newspaper .j :
and from what I can juJge he does not 19th inst.' -i In this: Circuit for the *'
wing Gen. Lu- and entitled to destribution are printed period bCfonr" _
been made known to agree with Secretary Crawford but says the gatees, notified persons that all claims ot: whatejer nature At the Court House, Jacksonville'on, Thurs- months. .' ,, :-t. : '? T ,W1 s 4Ccrtifi
hereby
flerijby his scouts, he foresaw that Secretary has been misled by reports that they be, will be forever. barred,unless day, Friday and Saturday, the SOtb., 21st and' I tobeatr e'Copy'"f.'i \ {tl:' ., 11/ .

I'r. Bern would fall upon him and Hass- the depredations have all been done by a they shall may be presented within two years from 22d insL' :', '. P.!B. DUMAS i.. t\ .... ', :. 1

(erd, Probably drive him iqto Wallachia, few Indians, not acknowledged by the rest the date of the first publication'hereof; and all It is hoped that all persons who have not yet Clerk C..C.'of SL Johns county.tS -.;:. .\ S '' t-'
r.D. is different. Capt. paid their,Taxes, will be punctual ;in meeting June 30 1848. : ..,_. 4& .. j; r ,'
&ni tben take possession of Hermanstadt. of the tribe. His opinion persons indebted to the Estate. : requested to t i :j" :; .._.
the above and
the -
is down in the territory with the forward and settle their accounts with -appointments, ,thereby. save. I -5--- .I
D.S. Nothing remained to be done Casey now come enforcement the Xaw.: .' : :A: GZtn .. :'
i
talk with JOHN JACKSON "
have a .
4 therefore) but to pursue Bern with all black the Indians.interpreter When, to try he to returns I will give Executor, Tampa Bay,.;Fla. 3P.M.Hours of attendance. from. 10, o'clock. A. M. to S '07 5 ",. S :. '

peed. Before however, kuders could you all the information I can obtain." Sept. 8, 1849. gt A. A., CANOVA 54 DB. S. S. PITCH'S "

0S. wenake him he learned that Hassford On the 27th ult., west of Egmont Bay, JIlTSTtJID, P'CKEL8, Tax Assessor and Collector, D.,C. UELBRALD: "MEIiI1NB. :
IONDON .
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tttualIy been attacked and driven a large steam vessel, the Mary Kingsman, Sauces, &c. Jacksonville, Sept ., 1949. 4t, Used by him itith distaigushat Utf.iit'tMt.4- :
0 fan hit and after a murder. chartered by the Government to carry to this .J: "' .1
position, ,"..'.'.; 't. 5J'tOf' : -
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mules and 20 horses, having onboard Notice: )- : .
battle ID the of Hermanstadt place 110 Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup. \" ) .1 ;1 '
streets 33 teamsters and is hereby given, that I have filed Cougbs RtioI,1t C tZtb ;":' : (
Itn bichhe had killed and wounhad I about persons, Prepared Salad Dressing for Lobsters, Chickens NOTICE 'h" P -' ; :
; before the Honorable the
many which petition
hands, exploded one of her boilers, by &c. Astl m.II.t.lHlart. DtseasesDyspep'ia .
**, been to retreat. On latter Court of Probate for Duval county praying an ..: ". :
obliged killed and 8 wounded-the Mustard in pound and half-pound ; '. "' .
the 19 men were English dower out of the Estate both' Gonorrhoea; Piles. ferrjatg; <
: 6tb Gen Ludr's stood be- of whom two have died v" assIgnment-of my ; ,. .J',
army here bottles. "
brought ,
\o. oreHermanstadt six battalions of thefetnY the horses and mules were so Dunn's Chemically Prepared Chocolate for real and personal,of Henry Hartley, deceased, LDcl1ais&c.' ; & ;;:- "Y.-.L.....' '.''.' e "
All ,1i
since. and:that I.shall'apply on the-first.Monday' in' ;: .- ,,. r .' ... : ., .
C. with 500 horses and 18 guns badly scalded or injured, that they were Invalids. Olives and,Sweet October.; next. the..next :regular term. of said J. 't"i' ALSO 1'1"* ...' ,) -_ .; .. :

Copying the neighboring height. A thrown overboard." Spanish and French Capers, 'M i Court, foran order to havethe same':assigned Jr SSSFitch9, Supporter*, .SAoul&rBraces : r. n j

1Ider.ale fprce had been left in they i The writer also states that that the streams OilCurrie Powder, Indian Soy, and Cayenne Pep toe} .,.. SUSANNAH:HARTLAY,. ,L. :.- : Trading "Tide*,: .and .Ltc.& i "'. 'S 'i :

and thp remainder of the army were so swollen by rains, scouting parties perAnchovy -- Widow and Adnvtx, Henry Hartley, .,. ,deed. -' t, fare on Consumption; and tbt., : '.. :' y '3

.4 goqe in pursuit of Hassford. Ale : have been[From unable the to Florida cross. Republican. Shrimp Bloater and Caner Pastes. September. let, 1849.a. .* ,? *'.i.4t. <" .h1 ;;;.>#, s U ,. .J.rr-H.J "--0 'Lil"e'aiid.t... ..._'.;.1h_'P'."tC S_$..., j.. ,.. -,; ;.'i
I of everyvariety imported "' : : ,!'''' ''' "'U "
:1 ensued whjcji ended in the corn- RICH SAUCES 1NotJ e.'j a-:; ,EV *;> I: .u; .::11. HeiJt/jtdO1J4e, 'I .
y :?{ .. .: 'I j 1--'t: 1. '
John Bull Worcester
: Reading Harvey ; ;;:. H e
pointeJ remarks cush as it fi' 'j ; 1)1"J. D .
i'lit.-The following Acob -.Iwui.:
Truth Form.au.t .
... 1
Some : ,
rout of the who lost ,. &taLpJ :
f Magyars! North CarolinaSiaiidard Camp &C., &c., &c. t..) 't.1. '' .'- .'. ,1. ': :'I'1. ; ;;
i batfWst are from an article in the Provisions. 2-Y$. n ... J Notice Attachment.: t- 1.; } / sb'.' S.... _.. **. ; -t
pritoners this
i
apd \J"-- guns in Preserved English Fruiiayiuid CyprlanCross. .,, :T'v :f"1J11QE '
m : : Marmalades and Preserved Jam. ;<1 )L < h.f M I ha. l appointed ;Agui"t for jhesaJe of. iI .
they also had 500 (filled and You talk about 'Coalitions,' and you affectto ., Jellies, Jums, : ." Defendant aridjili others interested,are I the above Goods,and will keep them constantlrt -. \ ,
J wounded.. The Russians inclu.J be bhockeJ 'because the Democrats in some aicaGinger. j r '. of commencement of in the T '
iihe ii Real Anch Y s.. i r .' hereby notified on and&t.mjPrngeore, 1 IJO.O1J: Ij
J Qlthe Ols sustained by yen, HassJJOB of the noa-sl-iveholding States are uniting about these once Stoughton Gorgona Bitters. : "- ..-.,., : \ this suit/ieturtiable to a J asti e'i Court,to be Tampa, Tampa Bay: ;Fla. "& +t& .!nt-\"uft.11nO 't& k I: I

85mtl ? the 5th, had 360 killed und more"&nd voting together-lou that talk they divided Syrups.of every sort. <> held at Jact l vm ..on the the-twenty.ninth ,..i' ,,'-:, f! Dr.rE'QZRs..,_ s'
the fact sotthe
.
:Is not mere Gmt to'.ppearand'pJea4 .
things ofSep'embernext: 4
1
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kinds a<
ot.the choicest )u-u?
': : htn'
that Liqueres '
I. ou the slavery question proof conclusive Pickles Chow' Chaw ..PiccaliU Gher.' ;uma.l t'H;:1 A itssitt ;.***1r.-4.l.. .*ti.- P?. "fi.'f jrwt BOOXTO LIYAUDS, :
,
.T ese battles produced the most dis. we have friend among them? How could they London '- H>., :'Given under my I hand and seal, tiki* an<1t, dii s, i irom6Ung Healthand Instructions p e
at
11y I jg jgnif'g effect utijong tle Hungarians.JJyof had not scparat3d ? And low could they sep PAUL kins-,DE Onl VERE ns &c<.".CQ'S. "r flavoring: i'>Iw extracts tV; : [$ZAL'}-twenty ghth<(cby-of.Augrat,JL',p, to Uot&fersViu- the Managesient, ofChildren.27 4 S .
alike? You reproach b8 htgr.tuitjy'bj
if they had thought all 84t. ( *\i> I may ; 1H
them th.rew their arate, Ice Creams JeJlies&a-Tiic ti j "- 1 *
away arms us because Barnburners and Old Hunkers for Confectionary; #- '- .*"f.t1*'*<*:'!'i.)W... / TiT/TrTmrmT, ling for it at the store. as.abate.tob .1_ S
)>n- Qugbi whilst Mace -, Nntmeg'Peach .-* u *'" I# S
refuge in the vyoads, uniting Can yot point to .tie first Lemon JnBice.tbe rgaceDoviLcoSept. : valuable ot.: "
are Bose Ped I t
ri- 'ciI[ came over to the yictors. Whig from free State who ever voted against Vanilla Celery Almond. J" ,;Ncctannesc.Orang 1st, 1849. 3m Tampa, August 23, 1849. Jts ; 5'

Th'l'Viepna" accounts f by way oi2QjB0 th, W mot I'Z0T149 Qr for thQ Missouri torn- Ginger cloTs; -'';-, .

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iI11M; ''.'''t .j>..:,;, ygk i1i Wharf and the buildings attached, she immediately began y to ur&nilDaJ.mJ} .

. ) '. t.;:"'-" ..I are'now-prepared!tin*connection..'with, their her complaints left her and iepj hti
: ; ," ,;}Tf QROCERYjtHAKVWAREAND rat bottle antrt&khl '
;: tot: :! t,1 );'-' :' DRY; ,GOOD,.: she IS restored.
Belng'siJI" ,
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')":)"1 } i'' MISCELLANEOUS ,ESTABLISH- I_ : case I thought it might'do good tOPub
4F'.S; .LJ.r M END to doa.GENEBJl.Lt COMMISSION i1 p. She used a number of rel11ediea
'.... o-l .. THIS1 OPENED ONthe BUSINESS. :. I i no good ,tha d"'l
.tcp: :,6" :.. ,." INSTITUTION WILL BE previously. O\1
'i.l.1i .. 'Th II S ltlpfctrh1
I 1 S S
'...,.., .f, .,' W3*&' .." '.j'>": first Monday in June next,at 9 o'clock,A.M; Their charges are established bytheSavan' JOHN MULL,81 '
r ;.. election Of State SeatOrs. ; b Ncifob
'W!: 11( in Jacksonville, East Florida. nah'rates. -I I
4
+: J S : "c vAc4NcTiDaonrrec1in the 'office ; Sep rooms will.,>be fitted up forthe; ac- ,They arethe; Agents of the U. S. :Mail I TO Tn'E1L' DIES
'fti lt )t) \ ..; .k4\ ofState Senator in the eighth Senatorial 'commodation of young Lads and Misses! where Steamers at t.hilplace, and are now enabled ii ; I.It :s GREAT FEMALE

;.. ; ,I.1l 1. ( "J:: q Dktbtheaeat1t.ofHOn.Jau'eS.LT.i ; Lori* :they will instructed in Elementary and to offer every facility to the Merchant, Planterand I I Sp._ 1_ lJR.TOWNSE I's MEDIClN!)

ti.I l JW(L t.:: : ..;. ::1 : raieV;ana in the' IU e nthSenatorialdistrict.by higher branches of an English and classical the Public generally. I I and for SAUAPARILLt ia a'IO ....
*i! t ,, i '.. tIredjn&qonfuoa.J. Sanderson; also,in Education, and young men will be fitted for Goods consigned to their care: :will be receivl'\_ _; ii.1.- for the speedy cure incipient con !nJitio ;:;

"': J"" 'i ...;'-,, tht'fifteenth Senatorial district by the resignation College or for professional life, in the Latin and jd* and forwarded with despatch. general prostration OftbesM.
'f' 1 !:J.: i. ; / 'of Hon.Lows Aldrich: It it hereby Ordered, Greek classics, and in the Philosophical and 'Their'Store,Office and Warehouse are SltUa'ted AN ENTIRELY VEGETABLE ..COMPOUND.THIS matter whether: the result of inhenu i

r.(Rtf\.i\ : 'j' ::1'- That'an.electibii'be.held in aaid districts L Mathematical sciences. :., convenient to the Wharf. 'MEDICINE was prepared by a regular or accident.causes, produced by inegu1uit1. n.

:'> 1t4.:c fi....:l, ; : ;i3 Monday,-the': day of October next, to fill Arrangement Palatka, SL John's Biver,'E. F., January 13, and is the result of an extensive Notbingan be <1

l t :; .ald vacancies. L divided ;1849.. lyParKcr of several .in a bilious climate more lurpriain tb'j
.)I Jr.1Ii" f' .1:; f. <. THE YEA'i will be into.four quarters, practice years vigorating effects on the ,-
: Given the human
.-t' t -it'} oft.erJnJJhand.anll; ; seal ofthe .o about 12 weeks'each, :with intervening vaca .Those.who have used it themselves, or sons all weakness and lamtude hQ..

"; : r :t. ') i; i tol State of Florida, attheJapI- :tions. The day-will have two: sessions: the first, -- ..- ate ts.fr. ,Ins irove- en its',salutary, "fleets upon others, need no at once become robust and full tri h),
in the
I&is ; ; City Tallahassee, this P. menu Hydraulic Pevrcr.LL farther videhc or its value The health of
from 9 to 121\1., and:tne second, from to 5 great its influence. It flltti1tet
;) L1i.1] 26th day of June, A. D.1849and. M. will be to PERSONS the of thousands has been perfectly restored by immediately eount
.. Wednesday mornings appointed infringing. or violating nervelea ness of the female
iI-l: 'irf V.Q-: : ; ,f.-g ,.'M Ff',". dence.73d'year.of American, IndtpenS exercises in English composition and declama .A above Patents are cautioned not to pay this medicine, when all other remedies have great cause of barrenness. fri"".*;" i 1li&ij,

'J.I" .; e .t :::. -p' ti on. for.said infringements, or violations to Lyman failed. Its operation !s not simply to suspendthe It will not be expected of
W. K MOSELEY..
; t { '. .r: r ;:t .:' MAXWELL: After the first term, nc pupil will be received, Merchant, Daniel Humphrey and Thomas J. disease for a time, but to purify the system delicate a nature, to exhibit us, i n of.
A. E.
,. tt'-i/fl :.)',. d s;. .;"t. Attest:' .,-.-Sea State. except: at or near ,the.beginning of the session, Barney, or either of them acting as my agents, and restore it to sound and perfect health. performed, but we can certifica f cu..
: '. July 7 49' *' tloct llUre the
: t : ;' k ; :F4" and no pupil for'less than one term. under" power of Attorney, dated 011 the 18th- A small Treatise on the "causes, treatment hundreds of cases have been tmJ ted t.hII
,
t h) '. ". ,.l : Executive Department, \ Tuition. 2 d 1.ofJRnunryf 1848, as said power of Attorney' and cure of fever and ague and other diseases of DR. TOWNSEND : M7 wife reported to UL

; :ii' ; !f .l TALLA&sajJunO 26th, 1849. ) Reading,Writing and Arithmetic, $6.09 wasirevoked by me on the 23d day ofApril, bilious climates,'' may be had gratis of the un- tressed by.weaknecu and generif beirii Pttt1, f

t.'rj ',:.. ;. t"r!" :!;. GENERAL: ORDERS.] ., ,? Higher English studies, 8,00 1849., ,ZEBULON PARKER, Patentee. dersigned., suffering continually: by pain and debiU&1;_1
r-t: J. 9 S. fJ', election is'hereby ordered to'be held in L Philosophical and Classical studies10,00 N wark"Ohio, May 19, 1849. 3mos Also, numerous certificates from men of the difficulties, and having known easel witl ''he&

r ;' :! '.:' I'!'. 'J., AN'the first Division of the Florida Militia, One half the price of tuition,according to the highest respectability, testifying to the great medicine has effectedhearing great 1rll r ui
t I .. studies will be in advance To Farmers and Dairymen. efficacy of this medicine, can be seen on application it CUtta'j aDd ilIac
i: ( ? ; 'on thfe first Monday in October next,at the places pursued, expected recommended 101'such
,.\\t&J! i.... : i.r,; appointed by law for the election of.County and the balance at the end of each term. ANTHONY'&;: EMERSON'S PATENT DOU. to described, I obtained a bottle of taS"al1ha"
';AJ': .. .1 ,* .:. .Officer .for a Major General to command.said .Board will be provided Town at reasonable RQTARY CHURN, peculiarly T. O. HOLMES & CO., of Sarsaparilla and followed ,ou Ellnd

{ t .,b j 1 Division; to fill the.vacancy occasioned by the 1 rates per month, for Pupils from the country adapted to Warm Climates, as it produces butt Agents for Jacksonville and Vicinity. gave me. In a short period it the'diredioQ1Of

t r jttv1: ; I..r, ; :b resignation of Gen. William Bailey. ; and Parents and Guardians, who may desire -. b t as easily effectual Tram sweet and milk as Chum from cream.into ,the In Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849. 6m plaints and restored her to rt'nid'ediereax.healt. 11.'_
simple
ringingtlii use
.!.1 1.i:; ,, ;:M And election is hereby ordered to be held: to avail themselves of the facilities of this proprietors, feeling confidence in its capabilities, do I -- -------- grateful for the benefits she received i

) ':.;'.h.::' 'h.'Y. "., urtJ1e'8eCOnd Division of the Florida Militia on Institution for the education of their childrenand n hesitate to pronounce lube best churn ever ofTerrb DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT pleasure in thus acknowledging it tad
,: ,:f :; d1,:!, ntzt'Monday October next,:at the places others, may be assured that no exertion t to the'public.; The Chnrn is on exhibition at the SAIISAP AHILLA. mending it to the public. \

$ .':.l. :t. E :: tippbmted.by law for the clection of County : will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and Agency, This:Extract is put up MI quart bottles-it is M. D. MOORE, cor. of Grand & l1dir-
t.t; i. t'.' ..- ; tficer*, for 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. ::
/; ?: ":.A 1 fill the I entrusted to the care of the Principal. second story corner of Broadway, New York city. ,
i ; {, to vacancy occasioned by the res- And in order convince Ihe incredulous and to any sold. It cures diseases without if MOTHERS AND MARRIEDLjfn
.
satisfy
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.'i. '.:; ;4' '; iignHtion: of Gen. James G. Cooper. RUFUS K. SEWALL, Principal the curious-at TWELVE O'CLOCK DAILY, vomiting,purging,sickening debilitating the pa- This Extract Sarsaparilla has .
been
J., i; ft./ ; Officers commanding: Brigades, Regiments N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to CHURNING WILL BE MADE. tien.J and is particularly adapted for t ly prepared in reference to female el teu
: / ::." jBattallions and Companies within the State, provide seats. and desks. Chairs are recommen The public are invited to call and examine: them FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. :No female who has to cwnphhti,
;f'I. } 't ",; .arejiereby required to.carry into effect this or-: ded. [Republican copy.] hine, nnd see its utility tested. It combined the following The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla preaching that critical reason suppose she ill *

1I/'t": I:. "..."' ,.. der within.the.limits of'their respective commands May (9, 19,19. tf valuable! qualities: over all other remedies is it eradicates should period, "the turn oijift
neglect to take it.
h. It butter in less time tlinh as it l is a
tltjVfi J and make returns according to law. 1st. (produces any r.ther disease it tae certain prt.
r. -;. .. W. MOSELEY.. Administratrix Notice. Churn, making and gftthering it from sweet milk in invigorates ventive for any: of the numerous and bomblr
1e / from three to minutes arid from in much body, consumption cured, diseases to which females
: eight cream
I r ; are subject
,.{.' '... ;.: :t:: .q1ily1:4! : tloct SIX months after date I shall present my accounts -: less time. cleanse and strengthen, time of life. This period be ittiii
'
delajtd
: ; .. f and vouchers to the lIon. Judge of 2d. produces more butter from the same amountof consumption can be cured, several may for
'
by this
years using
tr.I' m .I tucle medicine.
Tax Collector's J
County I Probate of Columbia for final settlement the fiii&
county, a cream,than ordinary method. as it does bronochitis, consumption, liver conplaint, less valuable for those who
?si ,;.".' .\ ...''''.,;, ;.? SALE. and ask a discharge from the further administration ts' work in a more thorough and scientific manner. I colds, coughs, catarrh, !asthma, spit'w : as it is calculated axeomaniood approaeiW

.;Ulr.r:rf'"'"" :: I. ; .......,: BY: virtue of the power vested in me by law, of the estate of Samuel M. Elliot, 3d. It is'the cheapest anti most convenient Churn. : ting of blood, soreness in the chest, by quickening, the blood to assist tat*"
4 1\\ '' : ,..,.f t I hare .levied upon and will expose for, deceased,late of Columbia county. ever invented.butter involving the true philosophical principles I hectic flush, night sweats, difficult systeni. Indeed this and invigorating Ut
"i .r :' -sale at Fort Pierce there .MARTHA W.. FITCHETT making. medicine is invalnalle/oj
: : .{ being no Court House ,
;: ; 4th..New milk, after being churned, is sweet aad or profuse expec- all the diseases to which
\ ;; .., f f '. an, the county of St. Lucie,) in the county of St. Administratrix of the Estate of S. W. Elliot:,' suitable for Family use. toration and painin It braces the whole women are subject.t:

;r.! Jj ,4', r:: Lucie,Florida, on Monday, the22d day ef October July 21, 1849. 6m' oth. Instead of feeding the calf with milk direct the side, &c. ently the natural system, renews penai
")')rf-fll, ;: .:' : ,.A. D., 1849j between the usual hours of rom the cow-churned sweet milk wifl answer every i have and energiesby removing tl.
'd.4: r",,:. '! sale, the wing-described tract of land, ort A CCA1 IDJCI purpose. By this means the butter is all profit. can becured. impurities the of the body-not so far stinrohtisg]

W.ir i" .' :, ,;i...; so.much,thereof,as will pay the State and Coun LADY who has had several We offer it upon the Nlnwingterms: If the Churn' system as lo produce a subsequent *.
) e .:' Taxes assessed A years experience (does not prove as recommended, it may be returned tion, which is the case of most medicines Ulu
1't\ : ty thereon for the 184l '
'.. I, ,. year in a finishing school for Young Ladies and the money will be refunded. Probably there never was a remedy that ha s for female weakness and disease.
,;.;. ,1 '.. ..: 'and'1848., unless the taxes thereon and the costs ,is desirous to reside in Florida anti therefore We have hand and for been so successful in desperate of
r. it. :' .." ; constantly on sale,six: different cases consumption DISEASE, OF THE HEART. .
.t..t.1.,., ; t\ .:... (;:'i., ...t!.'.. .ar!paid before the day of sale, to wit An Is. ,. wishes to take charge!; of an Academy for sizes $3 $4, $5. $L- $9. and, $13. capable (If.. as this ; it cleanses and strengthens the TUBE AND LKOPSY., IU!

.: ,. ... :, Iandcontaining3,600 acres of land, lying and I Young Ladies, or to hear of some healthy pleasant churning at one time If. 3|. 5|, 10, 15,and 20 gallons I system and appears to hen the ulcers 011 the '; YORK.
;p.rrJr): ; ; !: being ,in the said of St Lucis called i milk Also churns of IW July. 22,1846.
I
:.county town-, iu which sufficient encouragement () or.cream. any size made to : lungs, and the patients gradually regain their DR. Wl'tSEND-Dwr
r4. r'.t :; r.::. -Marratt's Island". situated Canaveral order. &ir: :My wife hi
near Cape
,
will be her to establish school for usual health and
given i
'l'; 'e:!: ', :1' t. in the River Ys or Indian River; granted I Ladies in which will be a all Young; Exclusive country'rights to manufacture and sell strength. been afflicted with a disease of the liecrt and
:\ f.SijJ! .. t. :t. t) Don Juan McIntosh by the Spanish Govern taught the Branches 'in i the States uf North and South Carnlinn Georgia CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION with a terrible rupture fioover fiftem: ,years' ,'
f r\t ., .. ::.r i ment, & 18th of May in the year 1803 and I ot'a complete Education, together with and) Florida for sale at about the rate uf one hundred There is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. She hasleea
: f Music,French Painting Embroidery &c. References dollars for each inhabitant '
10,000 I number of troubled
of with
\.f'ii' .... r1l measured and laid cases Consumption reported as shortness ofbreath and flut
; ; ii.j off to said Mcintosh by Geo. I Ito great
;!:r t' .t /; ; J. F-Clark,on the 2
i1( ..jt ,'i : seen by the plat>> survey thereof; which engage her services, or who can give the ubore All orders postage paid,addressed to the subscriber The following was recently received : tre&sing, and has frequently teen unable.
.k... 1t: : ', '!:.. said 3,600 acres are assessed in said St. Lucietfjunty information her address : will be promptly attended to; DR. TOWSEND-.Dar Sir : For the last leave her bed. The rupture was very forpt
can I t
get by
,(''!lt't'.i ,'. ? fJ." to John H, Mcintosh the Editor of the "Jacksonville News.applying" T. DOUGLASS. Agent. three years I have been afflicted with general and severe i-he tried almost eveiy rn edj let

lt it\L: : :'t" :'Amount due'for Taxes for 1847, $22.27lM No.2 John street,corner of Broadway, N. Y. debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit \\hei !tie

.t jfr": .,p:'" r..I;:: u n u 1848 20.73 June 2d, 1848. 3m. July 21-2m.10RDIALS. stage,and did not expect to ever gain my health had taken but three bottles of your excelleil!
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,f. t:. ::".. ,' ..' .Add costs, |. STATE OF FLOBIDA. at all. After going through a course of medicine iI i- medicine she was entirely relieved ol the diem

-'...' ,\, OJ." : : ', 'a'..) if ". : C. L. BRAYTON. To- AH t. whom these Presents shall / &c.Maraschino, Cura ao, I under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture has aBltlm

ii : 'f'.i tY I :0: '.' .Tax'Collector arid-Assessor of St. Loucie & come, V/ Absynthe, Lemon Syrup; Raisins, Citron I i regular physicians and members of tho tirely disappeared.She .
{' .... 'i ,.. Grreeting: I Currants Preserved Board of Health in New York and elsewhere has also had the and
:P"t ;; p .July 14, 1849.. tdos Lawrence has to ; Ginger; Fresh Salmon dropsy, was very
". :.''j''i'. ,. 'fl': ; 4"; "' ; WHEREAS Ryan applied : and Lobster in cases, Sardines; Olives. Ca- and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had r.o idea that sit nuld
Letters
,, from the Estate I
;. 'r!=: ( m..1eI' Judicial Carruas-4Ircnft dismissolY Currant to regain health and after reading be so benefited as she had such
Cfenrt pers. Jelly, Blackberry Jam; Jujube my a coup1ieat3
deceased !
I. Church Therefore
i' ;.if1 .j'.r i-f: 8*. ..ob.... George all Paste, Refined Liquorice, &c. For sale by i in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseses.: But it ha?,as strange ns it laI1'"
t : ;V :: .,, : : Peter BeneL Administrator of persons interested are hereby notified to file i Df'c.9 tr A. M.REED.CHAllLES to try it. After using six bottles I found it, pear, relieved lcr of the thcjsy. 1 Db nue
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:{:' t.! : '.' ;. .J:i. Francis P.Sancbtzdecd., et al: their objections, if any they have, to the issuing i done me great good, and called to see you at that his statement: is go htaicge as t8 AJ leAr

,it'.1(. .,.",:11; ,,1G.,, vs. !In Chancery. of said Letters six months after date, otherwise i DfiWAAL your office) with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction but it i2. neertLIea, eoter
',!: .t .j .1; : Benj.'A. Putnam Executor ef said 'Lawrence Ryan will be discharged mosrheartt
;.r ,. ,,1't AUCTIONEiu lhankyou!: for your advice. I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valuable
virtue of these ,
: Vir'.e H If Peter Mitchel, ,et al: by presents.Witness in t.iKm'4 the medicine
and
.J" Sarsaparilla have been and should be used
f JACKSONVILLE. by everyone
: :: : and seal of office, E. F.
: : name
k ; .J T7HEREAS. by an Order my ,
entered able attend
: duly onT in to to my'usual labors for the last that is suffering as we hute bnn. If
: "' ':..J'tf: :' .'I! Tthe'13th day of June, 1849, the under- [L.S.] this 25th WILLIAM June, A. D.F.1849.CRABTREE. JjrSALES and respectully any solicited.partof the County attendedto four months, and 1 hope' by the blessings of God disbelieve,this account, they are at liberty any.to
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; :: :signed was appointed to take and state, among and your Sarsaparilla; to continue my health.It .- call at my bouseandbziveoulrdencust.ratienYours
; \,;,, .',r'I.; '". .S i other things; an accout of.the Debts owing by Judge! Probate, Duval county. Jacksonville, May 6,1848Administorator's helped me beyond the expectations of all that resleetlufly' ,
:'! : .' .: Jan' 30 '49.-6m
theEst.at Peter '
'iJ of Jlitchel
deceased
; knew case. CHARLES WILLIAM
(/1 f f...... : N tice.- my QU1MBY. TOWSEK, 1 Jan.eatDYSFEPSY.
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.! : --.. 'if c Now :}therefore. pursuance of said Order,, Notice.MTHE 1 shall apply to Orange) Essex Co.N., Aug. 2, ttS4i. -
'?I .'r'' Ifitice It Aereygivez to all persons claiming, SUBSCRIBER has leased the the Hon. Probate Judge of Columbia county State of New Jersey, Essex Covnty, ss.-Chas.

r {!,: : oJ. be Creditors: of the".Estate.of the said Peter formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on for Letters of Dismission as Administrator on Quimby being duly sworn according law, on No fluid or niedidine has etcr been discover

;" .:'\!;'.. '..JO}: .Mitchel,dedt,to pr04ocetheJrClaimsandmak. ] Bay street, ({known 'as Hart's old Boarding the Estate of Henry Clefton late of said county his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is cd which so: nearly scir.Lles the gastric! juice
1.::7.; : ..... ;.w proof'thereof, before me, at my office; in the House,) and is now prepared to accommodate d easoo. JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r. true, according to the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and strengthening
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ofSL
1ll1 .\: City Augustine, on or before the 4th day belief. Yhe
Jan. CHAS. of oiSarsaparilla.
this
27 1849. QULMBY. digestion
.J; :;' ':; .October next, and that in Default. thereof any who may see fit to patronize him, and assures 6m organs as preparation
4.Jf! them that will be to Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, It positively cures every case of
: l; ; if.. they will precluded from the benefit of the no pains spared 3n the 2d
p August 1847. CYRUS dyspepsia however
.r BALDWIN severe or chronic.
their
: sure comfort. A commodious stable is attacked ,
j. ecrecttbemadetherein.
tk"a.H' ".:}. .t.," P. B. DUMAS to the establishment; and every aLLen HOLMES. CO. Justice of the Peace I BASK DEPARTMEUT, ALBAI'Y. May 10.: 1845.:
Hon will be the horses of those ESSItS. HOLMES & CO. have DK. Towcss-.rn--Sir: I have been nftilcted
ti1: ., ; \, E wf.f paid to travel L "] [ removed
: Special Master.
l who their stock of : TWO CHILDREN SA VED. for several years vtithdispeysia in ita 101St
ot: i I&:. i June 3 8 1849. ers may think proper to stop with him. Merchandise to the large:
:,; ..i, ...1,... .'r' ,.. .: t4oct A. W. rRICU'f ONacksonville buildingformerly occupied by the United States Very few families indeed-in fact we have form attended with sourness of stcmacl) IUJ

], 1r.,f.:t-':. t...f;'.... Eiutem Judicial Circuit--< Ircuit C.nr: E. F., Dec., 1848. tf known as the Government Building. They,. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's I appetite, extreme heartburn, and a ffd

"" J...:.'.. I'.;;,". .I ale ,....... C... ,. have added to their stock, by the late arrivals I Sarsaparilla in time lost any children\ the past; aversion to all kinds of food, and for 1Je! 1
}' th :f.., Joseph')!.Hernandez Executor "CROTON BUILDINGS." from New York autillassortmentofDry Goods summer, while those that did not sickened and I (what I could eat) I have been unable to retai*

'.. '':.:_r..-; '. t... .....( of Robert McHardy,,deed, UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &.c.,,' died. The certificate we publish below is con. but a small portion on my stomach. tried tit
{\(; ).{...': :..: vs.Vbipple I I Chancery MACHINERY. which' they are prepared to sell at reduced clusive evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they had but little ore*
;F.\! "" r. ;: \ Aldrich: Administratorof prices. instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I was indie

';'!)Vt.::' ;', ).Z:;' Shearman,et al: They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, DR. l.fowNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children ed, about two months since, to try your Extrat

\ ,3i ,t : VT7HEREAS, by an Order duly entered Q 23feorflemanufacturer.,?j. alrtJ, Hides, and other produce of the country at the p cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and I must s.iy with liltl e9'-

(:il = f! ::i; .. 0 Y V the 13th day of June, 1849, the uader-on highest Market rates, and make cash advances, I complaint and dysentery one was only 15 i fidence ; but after using nearly two lei tics,J

tt."r.i: :" ;e". igned was appointed to take and state on consignments: to their friends in Savannah L months old and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored and the hwrtbun
i. 1m i ; -: other things, account ef the debts. among G. J. B. would invite the particular attention and Charleston, or New York. very much reduced,and we expected they would I entirely removed, nnd I would earnestly!

\.\ ,.:: .1.: S the Estate of Robert McHardy deceased owing: by i f his friends, and merchants visiting N.York.to They have a new article of Wrought Iron die; they were given up by two respectable commend the use of it. to those who June bllA

m. ':t'i 3 Now, therefore, in pursuance of EaiifOr4er give him a call at'his new and spacious Manufactory I Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call L physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as I have been. Yours, &c_ 'Z.

,..',,).( !o" ;. L1 "L Nitiee it hereby gwen." to all peisonsclaiming to, and Warehouse,; the attention of Planters. we must lose them, we resolved to try your \V. W. VAN Z !iDT.

"'i :!:i.I. I I ,; .. be Creditors of the Estate of the said Robe N.' 149' and 144 Broadway.CKOTON Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had I N. B. Purchase none bat such as have wrap-

; lftl: ; .i'.=.' McHardy,'deed., to, produce their Claims"In ( BUILDIOS, ) little confidence, there being so much stuff ad ers that hide the bottle completely and baTe
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.'J Mail vertised that is worthless: but we the written signature of S-P. TO\\' SnD.
; make thereof Arrangement. are
S :.l L- : .. proof before me, at my Ofncndt4 between Cedar and Liberty streets where there very
4p't .t cf theSt. The thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved I Principal Office 126 Fulton-st. Building
Northern
il ; 1 l' City Augustine, on or before thetha will always be found the most extensive assortment .Mail arrives every Sunday and t '
.' 'J r..'''I'' -day October next, and that in Default 3J.J,4) of Wednesday. three o'clock P. M, and closeson the lives of both. I write this that others may N. Y.; Redding & co. 8 Stat -st. Boston; pjott
J : of, they will-be precluded from the. benefit of Tuesday and Friday mornings at 7 o'clock. be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons, 132 North Second-fit. PMJadeJpWft; S

\p.: r\i;;; :..t\ .;' the Datree to be made therein. UMBRELLAS, PARASOLLSPARASOLETTS The Southern Mail arrives on Monday and L JOHN WILSON, Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; D.nJ & co.
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#..J! J.. P B DUMAS, AND SUN- Tuesday nights,and closes on;Sunday and Wednesday Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847. Richmond ; P. M. Cohen, Charleston; Wright
;' \ 'i ; Special Master. moraings 11 o'clock. LUNATIC ASYLUM. & co. 151 ("hnJ' res- t. New Orleans:,.105 South
.11t.1\t.I u..: .hne30t849. SHADES, ., The Western Mail is James Cummings Pearl-st. Albany; R. Van Bu lJrl-:'292 cor. of
.f' .t:: ._ .t4oc .. due on Tuesday and Esq. one of the Assistants
: : "Re -- z. of his own celebrated manufacture, for sale in I Friday mornings, by 7 o'clock and closes on in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell'sIsland the Market and Broad-stg.Newark, N/J. and by

ii :1' r""Vi.lle.. Female Institute: .any quantity, and at greatly reduced prices. Sunday and.W/jdttesdajr mornings at li o'clock I gentleman spoken of in the following letter: i principal Druggists and l\Ierch,1111t. generally
: THE; Committed of Direction have'adopted 0:. J.'B. pledges himself Umbrellas and The Mail from Nassau Court House arrives BEE UlJI.A 77SJ.1I. throughout the United States, West Indies and

'N J .': z., following regulation. Parasols from>> ,the "Crotonl\Ianufactory" shall on every Tuesday afternoon, and closes Sun This is only one of more than four thousand I the Canadas. .A. M. REED, AgentJacksonville
l i,',,: i .. The scholastic year is to consist*f four terms. b. A No. 1 in every respect. day morning at 11 o'clock. en cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla Florida.
'h;{ : -oCe1e.-ep.weebeach. I 7 '49. Jebruary,26, 1848. ly
July
has
cured The and
l\1A1.tK BUTTS -
: Post rzaster. :- most severe .
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Orthtgriphy'reading writingau&arithm
,. "IJ e. -- Jacksonville, July 7, '49Adallal.lralrix' chronic cases are.weekly eradicated by its extraordinary --- ---
,1 6 ;..: tic per-teoo, .$4,00. The above with English i Administrator's. Notice. virtues : STATE OF FLORIDA.In .

"l !'?,., grammar BLACKWELL'SsL.\ND 14 1547.
I SIX present my N tice. Sept. ,
I' the Circuit Court
with of Columbia
the'higher branches of an English 'I accounts and vouchers the DR. TOW.NSEND
: to Hon. the MONTHS after date I shall -Dear Sir: I have suffered
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cdacaUonembracingAlgebraQeometryHl8tory JU.bu Judge Probate,for the County of Alachu ,and I' and vouchers to ,the present mv terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; County,-May Term, 1849.
Hon.
& mental and moral Philosphy, Botany, shall then apply for a final discharge and dis I Judge Probate Columbia the considerable of the time I could not eat, sleep

Chemistry and Evidences Geology Aetronomy,Rhetoric' ,Logic: mission, as Administrator from the Estate of I nal settlement and discharge from county the for admin"4 fi- or work; I had the most distressing pains, and Present the Honorable Thomas Lovglas, Judge.

Each of Christianity! P.e tern $6,I))0 William 0. Thomas, deceased;j. and notice is istratioo<< of the Estate of John'C.:Smith my limbs were terribly swollen. 1 have used L John G. Putnam, ) Mitchell
quarter to be paid to the Ilrensurer in'ad- hereby given to all whom it : late of four bottles and
have
that of -
Tance. may concern, said county, deceased. your Sarsaparilla they vs. S Motion to Establish judge-
The scholars \I' 1 shall then pray that a distribution of said Estate : -- ELIZABETH 'done me more than one thousand dollars worth James Monroe. ) ment
t wUl be under the careful instruc be made amongst the Heirs of William SMITH. of much better Indeed I
Lion of an ; 0. "- .- good-I am so am thai this case be continued on
.. ., i'Li.db t ... Provision experienced has .beeamade female teacber.. k Thomas, deceased, atitl d.to'the same. I June 10,18-49. ByA.Y.ALLENA&tim' entirely .relieved. 'You are' at liberty to use ORDERED next Term bitlieCourt. '(r motion -

's Latin. French "lor, instruction in ALLEN THOMAS, ---'- this for the benefit of the afflicted., of-C. A. Mitchell, Attorney for Petitioner i ,
:& ,Painting and Drawing: and N[u. 'iJLdministratorof Wm. 0. Thomas. ,Yours JAMES CUMMINGS.
Laud respectfully
1' sic, for which additional : for Sale* and it appearing to the court that tbe'said res
-. S: The first term conunencei! charges will be ma C. Ntwnansville, April 28, 1819. 6m. FOR SALE,Between nine and COULD 'NOT WALK. pondent resides: beyond the limits of the Staler

t1r' her next"" ''" *on,.the. *.th. ofOcfo-, EAGu2siusToaUFmE. FLORIDA sand acres of Land, eituated in ten thou That,.Dr. :r wnsend' Sarsaparilla is the very It is ordered thnt a hearing upon paid Petitionbe
.' S ; COW1 aSsa'1 Li best remedy for female complaints there is had on the first diy the next'Term of this
b : ty Nassau
:i5t Applications r admission WAR-For sale by A. Al. REED. partly near and ;
,art to be made partly : .
to M iu u St l. .no disputing thousands and thousands ofjWeak And it is further '
Court ordered
; that
1:: gJI; hecoiceqDiron. "'i .tf : ry s Rivers, being a portion of the W terinan : .a'cer
0 and ,debilitated females that were tified of this order
E'iI; COXXITTCK Or Grant The above is heavily prostrated copy be published in So Jepapl'r
r ci ;J. L DlRECTIOK. A .few, single and, double .barre d, conveniently,sittiated timbered' "lne'la by those: diseases to which females are in this circuit for the apace>> of tbre:
DAj. QUJfS.-r .
..:. ,, ,"" :Dr B.D'u ..... : :. i ;of superior quality, for sal by. with the exception of about upon five hundred water coure subject.were soon in 'the enjoyment. of robusthealth. lriont &" ,. .
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'+:1' ..D, I.I Beej; tf A M. REED of acre s the above to dH. :<
:tA:; I._ : :' heavy hammock land: certify be atrneA. py from theRecoz'diofsald ,,
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New
TzxAsi. !j; ; .1' -. River; -The whole' or portion YORK, Sept 23, 1847. Court.
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.ce Rev F8WAItT,1iu. 1'1.,. (1 ,,\ ,.',1,;. ,.' 'jr "JF> Ir JI.9'tI cheap'for,cash.. ,Apply any to .;' ."wHlbe, sol. d DR. TowwsKtfD--.Dear Sir: My wife,has for: 'Witness,-my hand and the scal' -said Court,

.lu&a .tiU"J&J 1'.t9." .' t3L" t. 'I ,- ,iopitlunzscatrTloII. WILLrI mcP'uN f the last ygar. been very, sick, and'in: a greatlyreduced this 2d day.of June 1849, .. i TIK-> .. .
1 ..."'1oA ,. ; SeaaJuecace.l at ifcU '..ace.i Jac nti h fBfcttej of healti,!being -reducedz-by.a I .S. SCABBOROUGILCerk. 1
ar 7.1S1 : .
w r.FI ,"..".. ;.f.. !,1.E.. ........ : :.U variety : -
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vt ( .J" :;. I La;. I ; -' : : ', / j: : '. i' ..#t+ *' ." complaints such tonalwii,:Iiabl I 1JJ)1 gila 'il4 3.
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