The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: September 29, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i required,,will b.continued. until forbid. Icapa ble.ofa.highercivilizatioD' ,and, was rung after same'tune by a number gso of:. ,the,' peninsula I issue rom; 'gmdridto'ttbe'i/n tO'spting'Whi&' <>f J

;ge4 for. by;consequence whether! thoseislands of other speak ersP W .. )lime:rock, and collect;a much less ag-' a\'ethelrfr- tvoii.rio'aiIUth ipuif t ni ', ..5', rHlk' .'
can';flourish!oa well underifreedomi, as The ndmission:of tire.absolute .necessity I 1nJT.I.; : '1)110' 'r.tji.f.l'BfS'Jitn.b": .. .
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qutre,for Six Months t J 810 00 I the negro.: is every/waythe of the.J of free negro f b''equal grounds, '. jEhecBOinof: a1 river;is .the'banks region ; ; } ;timt&ttuewfr&ti&t&: ; : I' 'f.f.Thi

'. i to Debtors and Creditors s t 7, 00 white man-that he susceptible of to compete with:8laycrulaljpj; is:to our 'r !chsupply.iti.ater: '.whatever; .", ri Jd l 'h .irtat'\y.. )1dn'n'. O ) '

Location for Letters Administration 5 00 I the same.degree of; culture the same mind an effectual, 'yielding of,the main be their.height. or:however' distant.may SUIOD;.ti-t.-d..dt. .c eth neap'IJt ': 'Uti.'l.f, :, _

AU religious, notices. will be inserted gralui- high :position:in the social.ond,, mental point at issue namely, that" the free I Ons casting.the eyett t'over JtHe 'support 'of High protec tiVi'M iffif f6ihfibehefit > '

,. scale-dnd:that free'Jaboc .can,competeand negro is ]lazy/vimpTrovideht.'and incapable I Florida,' itktill_ be," seeo 'that, 'the.S mapof'. : '*o? the m i (a ltirr!g*&$& : ,)_

r.All! eommnncatx. must be .addressed to. :'expel slave labor every..where the of assuming ra; high' proteciion.- Johns'. ;and ,kits principal l' affluent ,the I' 1 J t r !Ou ijt.thi!. i;'1kt cf ,ifw + .

11111 aJuiit C. GlLLCTT.able persopal foittfft communication paid.rAll chances'tot the'two: be;equal.<; ; A Nowhere !in. .the'- Hs-'PiKi the T world rA ] ,'unmtsttttivjr OcJawaha J ,;;:withr. .their n tributaries i :! ,, 1 ,ItVt'l lg iei2, f. : .V: ': 1'' .? .tq : { ; ; {S J

irpd *s adtrertisemeols, ;This.important ',question-now particularly *. I deas.favorable'- -. circumstances< : T" the, 'm.the upper p.art.or the'peninsula,_t'ur.e1:anil: ;: t AV'e4'find rtfcopl d Jnto d ti' e norIQft;;. .
: the SbuthrrM..her.ing1 white'race nave enjoyed;:has be'i se that coluinns-ofiheChroniclo-and'Siniidel i )
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All bill. for Job Fruiting,must be paid oij the important,to .GacinJLriver.. ; 'and? 'the, :rivers. ; l .
try of the work. ,solved. We think, .however,"that .; ab vi.ttP "a gr.adation thjJst bai'.. "which'reachiits'wate.rs! -before.tl 5whrch th6reDf .texhibft1cares" L 1 J I -ti

'it':has:already:been quite.clearly'solved, barous times.aave.only in condition of tdtWti": ti of\lJake. kecboh eyu&Ii.t flgt1ipy .. for "the interests y f'I ti 'r= ., j

and by the: emal cipationist ,. hem slaveryas it i8t.'here within the .and d rai .\vith therEverglades- ---*--WW -Vt 'coin'p'nrf.iort 'wl\li 'tft Y'ikiteteat. r ttiib -,,, ',:; ,

selves in'the AV.st. India,Islands. (P Southern States. Here his life has been low r> ,porMbniand( '. rare' ( 'A. j, 1ntiir d'.ttiTi: 4'. t; :" dischargedughimiutherabl .
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aod Barbadaes i ) developeIths :J""f'r. :<- > ''t- l'9'h' I
Jamaica, Antigua; longer rhis physical. nature' better ,t (butleis into' thestraicsari&GulfofMexjc -I' THE- iUAWaFACTUBR.-rrtlppfJ: ; -t,
the last'de 'ee the' sub cndition'1.aier V-'kt his .mucb.the' W\\ < .) h
puzzled ; ) ; ,: it may, besaid'.that ; J iron 'interest" u suffering ;in-p j 4 I? i
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ject ; and arnitting'the-truersplutipn.of race.more 'prolific ; arid what'is'of even. two thirds East: Florida .&"hi' country' by 'foreign Xl competioo*flui1itr.says i ".. i I' i .

." the difficulty.(namely the incapacityof more importance the argument-his forms .the lbasin'of.thesti' rivers and Philadelphia'North"'A* erlCaD'.. h4 i ffc j.?* r ',f.;.

..', General Orders.. the negro)-tbay.are likely to.gr.opeabout intellectual .character. .- .' exalted,.J .above ]lakes. 'The.Suwanee divider"'this'district : .be judged, f-S -:')'*'by. ."'the' "2t.'i--k'Mi't2 aaCt' '8' ate ..i tnVAt-j'*, j 4

rJi EXECUTIVE: DEPABTMENT, t.. in the dark forever. We have, that of his previous condition. from Middle.Florida,to:: hew stj.i; i Journal 1, 'thiihe {1H.l';, i

Tallahassee July:, 1849. f before us the"proceedings of meetings The reverse of all this has occurred in and 'the,Jit., Marys' 'bound it-in pali'on1 .'I -"Y'r"JoHiTd'- --f -. sn J::KiverKailroadCvm-4t *F < I I d i

N ELECTION is hereby Ordered to be heldin in'the' islands alluded to', but as each :these erhtncipatedi8liinds.l The negro tbenorth: ,.-both Tiv drainingexten-'{; panybave actually:paid: "to- 'PeterCoopfv' r. TuUU I '* '-\1 .

the Fourth Brigade of Florida Militia, of them lea. 'type of the bhers. .'a brief there has become' more imbruted. He sive,territory, and;f lli Jg."lnt ,the(sea. er'eq.of ToE'iI, Targe* : whus* r.t-' 1:; I
appointed tie first Monday by law in for October the election next, at of the County.pla-' account of one will serve, as .a description :has sunk, not riseni;'hy' 'the. self control The waters of the St.tJohns'iuirjCacj.: $54',000'19rpermlulon_ > \*': :r rrrprii .ill. i,I :}

fecrrs, for a Brigadier General, to fill the.yu- of the others: At a recent meeting which pseudo philanthropists have given ma, where nearestfto! each'other are separated -' contract entered into j"v"with JL them for (,Vjh1 J I

. lacy occasioned by the resignation of General i in Jamaica, the Lord Bishop presi. him. only:.by.'a ridge of" pine barren:: The' ,, contract* ." was made. lor" *6.5Qui: ,l
Lrles Byrne. He said on his seat : One here and closethe The ton {but: the' ; i'I .
ded. taking may stop ar- oneriver' passes 'nid\V through since English! 'r".i. ore o I .. :i
I [Iso. an Election hereby Ordered to beheldthe f t J;! i 5 ,''>I ttlfl. :
Third Brigade Florida Militia .Our plan and single object''is to. gumentr-for it.may. be"laidxlown as an i the peninsula 'with almost. ahe'lrlirpnr.. ... 'fered- :mibe- 'market, : ,unlimited, ; quanv f '
at these ---- : : : ]
and places above specified, for a Brigadierueral press upon our ,rulers, by all'the.constitutional axiom that the intellec'.ual l, physical and ness of'a canal to. the north, the other .titiesatabout': 840 per;: ton;- >thecompa-Y.i'r.i' ; Vft, .,, ;
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the means within our teach, fecund condition'of men is:the best test. takes an opposite direction to the south ,ny findit'profitaoie .J to pay'-; air.uCopper* I
nation of Gen. Samuel Russell. by petition headed upon, petition-by of the adaption of their position to nature their heads: being; about equidistance; $54,000 to:;lender the, .contract. -iy?iiti'hjin? t ''itt :
Ai-o Election
14 in,the nn Cavalry is Rrgiuieut hereby Ordered of the to be proclamation loud, and continuous of If the, negro will degenerate in between the northern and southern ex' nullitv, and- 'then- turnaround' ,. and buy ,'
ride, Florida Militia, on the first Monday Second in what we know to be the truth-by such freedom, and improve in slavery) there tremities of, the State. Adair, 'who Enr1ishiion. .American. iron: '>T n six-nster:** vfi'--,* I

stober next, at the pl.ices appointed by lawr advocacy as: we can procure within can be no difficulty\ in finding' 'which; wrote nearly a century'ago, relates that ..caiino't Hve'ih' the:face of such'conipcji; .J
the election of County Officers, to fill the and without the walls of Parliamentth state is:the mo're favorableto: his happiness. the Creek Indians in their'last' 'war with tion.; 4 A contract: "'- e '' for/a' 'parceTbf-': British .f. t,. ',

I imuel icancy occasioned by the resignation of Col. justice and the necessity of compell. Yemassees, .carried their Railroad 'iron*-T 'has b&nmade* *- atSR.Sff.'*,' J r.
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Officers commanding Brigades. Regiments ing the states of Spain and Brazil to a We do not defend slavery .as it. prer bark canoes across this narrow 8trip."oC. .per''t6n; delivered t at "New* .Orleans.1.; : >':* ,'. :i
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ttAlions and Companies within this State, fair and full compliance with the trea- vails in some' of the West'ln4aislanth. land between; two streams,'and. were' Theseiordly'osvnersot' .roomie<;*- /*. t ?*7, }: -: 113fl

e hereby required to carry into effect this ties by which they are solemnly bound .h( is there unnecessarily: severe ; like' thus enabled to 'descend, to: the;Everglades ':'would' '
lands.rler within the limits of their respective com- to her Britannic Majesty ; treaties excessive freedom, it tis'destructive to : whithertheirtenemies had:taken' 'ruletheobleivith" I rods;of* iron;>*'>. if'the-*tt ?{ :4 .

W. D. MOSELEY Governor. which ha J,:and have, for their expicss the race, and the humanity of the age I refuge.. ;A ,passage throughvthe .Whigs'couid;-get"f'-tiVL1". power;- J -,"and':MV.H. estab- *.>',- 1 1 ,

I t August 4J 1849. f.i object, the extinction of l .the heaviest ought to modify it; Th'e best means of peninsula by>.water, an; object fearly- :Ilish'itheirtr7-p i !tJ 'I II !sMra*a;.**Ii d.$ ,S

! curse lharever upon mankind d -the effectingthis is the suppression' of the sjughtby; ; Spaniards-might' be .ef S: this'country c- 'hey' I protect e'Bf':>. I I; ?fe .

VACANCY Election having of occurred Senator.the suppression the inhuman traffic in SIRVe-\r,de-a. suppression ."y.lyill I fected
I uf State senator in the Sixteenth Sena-office slaves with all its hideous and. .murderous strengthen slavery itself dT' be of incalculable I. and these streams] be connected by a, Tt pie two'and if 'three*".prices;*-". --'>- nvjJOtyIS/l'the iron. : l $fT :,
District, occasioned by the resignation incidents, and the gradual abolitionof l value to our 'coulltr. The canal for the improvement of the"com'' they, use.,- Hoes. .1 axes> ,', ;n.ul)* BoHe ? ,
'the Hon.Entsmus D. Tracy : It is hereby Or- slavery throughout every portion of Cuban puts' 'unnecessary' burdenson merce and communication .of the'coun shoes.,- 'trace- chains> ;"*t;'pots;-t >.and'; i' U.ovens.>* r *
-ti. That an election be held in said District the civilized'world." his serfs, because he'can obtain 'supplies try. to and railroad Jrotij 'ar ;doubtless {tap>- .

:tud Monday vacancy., the' first .day of October next; to, I. This was the burden'of' all ,the;spea from Africa at .so .cheap a rate The size of rivers: ', it maybe general l cheap entirely" l. \Vhig'ri' --'iro '?..'* },TJ. ef',,:> .

Git en under my hand and the great seal of i' kers. The abominable traffic in slavt-s that it is'not profitable.to nouris them or ly observed- is,always 'proportioned' oedple'. .l :snould' l- .nbta b'e; .allowed to 'net :: .

the State of Florida, at the Capji is ruining Jamaica:j and, the. obvious stimulate their fecundity by care and abundant the -the'irbasins.' Hence those'_ t p\io.ft. f' ri'EQgl4* >,U;nut:J'"i!re" 'H4it. .+& t .
[aE.\L.] tol th in the City of Tallahassee, this ,means of redress is for England to enforce : food. Checkthistradearid, it oi_f our.contment__ : which.'- fall Ju into'the PacTfic -' >torner- -'for- pur"> 5"cotton.* JTI CT-TLr.JNottvithstaiicling\ .'i 't i '(t. j U T

of*<) American day ofJuly independence, A. V. IS49, und the the observance of the international will be his interest to work his,.negroes*' being-de'rtv d hiefty-fr the melting l; ,three- t fthou' sand miles ofocean'ro1be. 1

74th year. treatise on the subject.; Stop the lest and care for them more. of mountain snows 'and not '-un-- 'tween us add the *British x"irdh: inirie>v. |'|H:-#!!< .-. ,C)' 'i
W. MOSELEF, Governor slave trade, and the, island, will rebloom How it is,to be suppressed, however ning through extensive "valley s,1;'are of notwithstanding* ; theEixp'; 1' s'oftrans* / L. .' 1
Attest t *?' -.15. : ;("::(* ryv>is>iij sr .
: will be 'is another The.. international portation to t ,1 .
C.V.. DOWN-ING \'erdur.e-di.lapidated estates problem. nOigreat magnitude, while:those:which f .sea 0 sunYar. '
Secretary of State. and Cuba it, treaties have done no good than if to the Atlautic ious'chargesofloaumg'unioad&nct ji ? _.
August 4, 1849. to prosperity ; more come traverse1:immense ... ,.}ana,..i f #
self u not more successful) than it i will they never existed., So well,convinced basins, and are therefore among: the pro fit'80'I C;mere aq'1t's. i dcJLj,4"olQU:jt lI f.:' I ,' f'.
''IX mouths Iuiiaiiralor'after date I JVoiici be. The Rev. S. Oughton said that, are British statesmen. of&hts that some laigest rivers in the world. 'The'velocity the'idpbfaiililgitfitfja/' .t' : ,:
shall present > '" )' < '..
) counts and Touchers us Administrator my nc-ore after giving the subject his most an of them are in favor of totally abandoning of witer in falling may be reckon per centad. *+ valorem- -. ; the Americmi' ( 7'k j. : "

Estate Runton Sanchez, deceased, to the xious consideration, he was fully per- the espionage'system, ari Jl seeking ed from this, .that:upon a'smooth strait master complains that' :'he1G, /-** noVgW1 ". '1 _

"Jnorable,for a finseltcffient Judge Probate of St. Johns coun- suaded that it is only in the l1t rce- the 'same end' by diffusing intelligenceand plain, declining only three,'inches in the prot cti6netio'uh i : :;tnat iron .i iVsfclf'too :'- j '

,at the same time of said Estate, nnd'LU ment of the treaties that any hope can religion in Africa. Humanize and mile, it has;a movement'bf: about three chap.The'Whig" papers'Wn&u'rST'fully j,

isiUm ns such Administrator, apply for, which Letters all of Dis-: exist that the Colonies will continue to Christianize Africathey\ say, "and all miles to the hour.' Some idea therefore of' I hi'ingilz v 1 MM41 ,

Ike.ms interested said Estate, are desired per to be sugar exporting or even 'sugar man- barbarism_ i will ..cease. .This i jumping : ,may be ',formed,- 6fthe'sIugish.' 'ih&c6Miy-Wfrffiicd8F! }J v t ",; "H,1 ,\ t. : f :! '1 :
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noticeAAUIUCE/ SANCHEZ for long as to conclusion hardly! warrantable in rate at'which the\ f\ ;t "" i : ',.
I'' ufucturing countries ; a' generality of the ., ,7, ,: .,..
Sl Augustine A'ltuiuistrator. i slavery exists, it would be in valne for the use of Africa-but any plan is streams of Florida move' from.the'IeVelcharacter Is it' hot'better.thatthe; : ,n iron' into q (r.: .i j. '

- ..-, August 18th, '49. 6m .the British West Indian Colonies to ex worth trying in.o'rderto effect an'object 'of the country'through': .estihoiiid'sutlar; .i Y oeuig' .conmeilcd' ( to'J.: : ;.

, Sale. in St. AH .shle, 4 pect that they can compete with the so' so-commendable I beneficial. 4Io* they flots'% and also'of the moderate rate .take the'talf market. price t r'iU'fl 1-

d( BE SOLD at Public Auction, in sugar producers of Cuba and,i3raz.'l.- bile Tribune ., at Which,!I. ,.the. .' surface' of the;. 'ln1"pi rts:1Vr : hafgot iio sell;:{ihan'iHiifnn W'foiiHof : 4 .:,'
I front of the Court House '* "iddes i > 1 1 rk ': w H; Ihii't t
the mil
. "Why, said die speaker its.rains. It isa general I ,
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SnMnuIondYtLe 28th of August faithful l From the Quarterly Register amf.Magaziil"'Hive.'s : that sand 'Sa \ : t;: ,compelled 41b" 'un 1t'IJ'HIH{ : il.to' if1/ it
'9, I England i insist upon t performance ', ready absorbent ot-water., 1 ..." v'. dy'. to a t. : .
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Estate 01' ; Florida.: \ft ; *' I h t'm'Cles. I li? : ; .
t 'ncis Gui.late ot'St. Johns dece of thosetreaties t A' 'single bui''ih' s'is the case'only l after it has .sIstingof- / county, ,p word from the British throne would awe Few persons enter the St.'Johns' riv been partially;f. v.i-penetrated- j*with' moisture.*' '* t*' *" We" ;''see.no nardsbip or' injusticeraMu" i I J! '".

*i House auj Lot, bounded on the south by 'Spaniards i l obedience, and accomplish ,er for the first:time without; being struck\ Hence the >- water' .always I '}!rUns JiiiVWji'A '. ;-'x ,OU p 'ana3r&ilrd companies* t 3.t being'jallovrVdf *fJiTi- c i ,
1 .Jge street ou tLe el1st -by Hospital street with its .breath.and. fiFst { superficially ', i J Winy'Erigtt h iron57 for- ; .
i on the west by ,,p tlie object ; one lightning surprise at; great "at: lor'at'/the commencement -'" 1 '
, Mao a Lot CD the Charlotte corner otSt Street. George; and I glance of England would cause the fet majestic magnitude.i ;, For, soine distance j of raihsi1'scarcely'penetrating'the' ;' J : S37.50-per{ fan, instead ,'o( biPi t 4' t ;; ;: :

P&t4ck $treets: ters'to fall from ,the'limbs 9f the ;slaves! up from its mouth ii.'increases 'iri earthnd': :carrying;j. :-with!; !it 'the.recent s-P.-j''t;. : pthe: Airi, i.. ffirolf'..m't( ,"l r S61.. '5n I'rlUl:' .:. i },
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sG n''U4 tovzrLot, ofland lying on the,'West.sid in, Cuba, and ,we should, se6. them, .as, width, 'ori'd'n1\I\iL; ria; above:i Jacksonvijle '- pnhkl'sft1! soil )intothe. *:nearest''f'1. !'J{hoi-" '' pcr, t. ,1 ton..4'-'r'"fl"Itf'I. t', iatkr' cannot do" a .It".tfl.'F. .. '' .:
= .de : nchez CI'eekJ described In a plat free there I us we are in Jamaica..' ,jt opens seven milefjor. shprg ,Jows'ana streams.*'- -i- i> Hence' the* .'sudden* : Ill1g'uusu.e' or .. s'.1.,..y-S ellthgas.cheapas, ,, : "

, 1'en Zir4ugutqs tbu teen and p'uJ-iu4 fifteen,ao containing Lots No., -.nine each,I p Tlie' 'Rev.' Dr.;;).. H. Sljwart remarkedth'a'i ;)to.shore.- >..- .. .... DuringJhe occupation u"iiiw *!of t-tf the rise' : 3n''of.1 ;the'latter- -," ,l'ti-rlong", droughts" ': P It' .1'1'.. .8"earr.'uq. .,, 1)1 : j''t.' '1i ,firS if !.,f.. e.tqem\o 17' il'ur"AHy.1,, .,:
: t some ot .
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by't ousine S. '
...one'ho.n_ 3.'?,e.and. .. fifty feet in l nthth by fifc's. the' island was suffering n'liCi j T province. '. p' i ,. *.hnglishthis'u .-lit 1 ,%.. ,expanse..4rf .. nnd'heavy fahl'ofrain.7v ;; ., circumstance' .t ( ItjUllS COUD"-: .
I'TM d,"' LLU. All the Kb"Te property win be count of tne.non observance of ,the treaties .in' the river was caliea'JaKe'L'e cranm,' which .often excites vjr : ;surprise-- > >'Will: ti* try everyoodyAcan0'nve: W he"iWorVvithbartKe .ilf.:. : ,

i ubject to the widow's cla.im'for dower.OSEF I ; . "WI/l and.another,:terminating r Pic h.un aftentjor td; ttie b v0fabt : *;Wjenthe | : hiep. orthe/6Vf ; _: : '
.I / A.OqEj ,4d.lUi41. thrown from the,south'kwaa; ,.knowjito the Spin sand lias beenUhe' 'Jeast'moistened: ,rnenttolegi1ate l monev-into ,bei.d ji'::;I ::.
Allgu ine..J :'i&siaieauerestate.uaaoiccw; 1- } -.- 1i I Iiards ,: ju ***** 'U ..1 f 1 .f1 t
ull 21 '"* V eis &* S111iww ;
1849. f :
5tI out of cultivation, and want and misery i S.L!lale.. Valdez.! ',. -r'As,mos b:riversI i "J however slightly,. it!{> oofr: becomes t sa" ; : J. r' ? t, 'I
< '' -- I f ; This; J
I AGE'CD --<' 'v :;':---f1-j r.ii J< 'j' ; : suKject-is 'w'rhi ihVW&Kf 'i.
from the in turated and i -j '
:staie'every man in the face j are.suppliedsby, springs rising eJeva- : 8m'itsfi.wi. htra'ia* : .
: tt\ (j -fry.J: : yjUii ? I. : '' /'" .* 5' of our citizens Interested'5n'ra1lroiias'It
I OF ; thV hum ted observers acquainted with ij1.I"bi'f .v ? ? ( itfFljfn .. !1 '
'I 'man who owns' the regions, l1y. .tvater.isoteu ,..oud : .
I. R. s. PITCH'S .j.AILERATED blest'' laborer:ujioo (it, !amare.a: uffering, the' l leverchar Ticterof'thelPeiiirisulaofFlorida i : at il 'lb'l.inl( f t 1's'eti inilthigIigtn behooves them to 8how..tl )- *ell",1" :1-

; MEDICINE.maiik I':anil.the only\x'iieering' /reflecijon. '., j is", !that.. : will be-attrloss] *.to: ccou ut Ions xcavauons' ,,intercepted t no aoubtinitscosWii6dh'the'sW Votes, whether they sanction. policy. $

I U d b V disitnguahca 'in thfcurecf ,tliifi li J j!!,O!,!\-,ief..ti e p-L. !it}?!b f. ,legrelt! voluroejof: ;t1iiii8tatll, ,'h )I i ;e; :iatC Dd'\Y.dl. give power' to (a:par4 \wh6 U.' ,
success i is:
I'. iIavery..fl act which' "God 1' i' p"Proves'J.io ,vast: .mass-i-. of waters- -[* g9 tauJeditL! theEverhide *" t: t-V.f\Wtifi1)S,41'UitIi'd1d}i<.' "L'Pl ."nv..IQ-' !Iid'< }" dth". Ib',; in object orderto.benetlt. *to,)force' ; :up'J'J the l oricO i ('iIMD'*' p ".

13ughs, Consumption "Catarrh In'':which ai'l'religious men' must re- .P t 4 and'ile. ': innumerable **lakes. ".. ;7JD those. :times; lif"groulJus,4.'tuerelore 4 "T.IV, ; ..fl'. *'H -Hl comnarntivelvatew;HSilF ..-j'iit *" .,,- I;/ .
inutna, Heart Diseases ; J: rte: 'B ft;(mr 3 h Lord;.st'Is?not ;necessrilS '"scattered. over the coun1rJo ana'nnglitlimtUHilly tlrofgLit' i"P' bsr1)' ffi o r le rain' which first person in ennsyivaniaai4., I t,.-.:".rJ' ta' I ti. !

.( DyspeW' t o.rO"lfi; ju8tice>were done* do: the cbhjecrure tUat'ihfe ivere, ite- 'aIIs i1iiThat.wtiIchsubseauentIyde. apoIicWntcn, ': 'WOUIU' I '. ; ) ,.I :
Ii Oouorrhoea, Piles, Female' British .Cqloille.,, *";-f-'it. :. liriliiin"l. rliil i .rived'fion}'rell\ote'souree!,'from.springs scends.andprooaoiy I it iS not intiithe' : !'!st L' nJ ( t 1q f rail PM 4): i. 1: :

I Complaints,, &c., &c. .i Yi feHt.. le: t.\l."O\ Jft } }and\ ;subtcrranean, :( Kean) :( jthat t.bth1r.orlgm !!e. yegetablennd ll l!CbesOII1eplen1shed; ; ) l 1\.J the_same time" mit't nfrtii1'.fltiivgipnimt" ,'r ,4 tI
1 cli w
: ievene- 'i 6 ruf : I
I.- : .A In.'the } .X .7cYf"T ,: t
J4O "fl1.11 rihir (
tn 'I ';!,: ; dawn., t iilU-J mounLaJuoos.rldges: z [ Jard. eW r 1f : f ,.iJ I & : s
"!'l5l ) V "' < 'iH'tfii.tur'ii' '- pflthe b st.1uatome-tn .
8..B.ti"ilch.8 li li't' ifafor .
r Supporzer.eSFioulder, i; '.l .t.l-k.o''t'h'.uhd': a vivid pic/ But .though there ale no imbioei .! aridbecomes tbot.. i iq # I ; t. I' .
I Btca,: InlzaJi7t.f'l'u t"la'" 4d .:Lec :, 'lure;I lie of the distressed!!ndUidn bf. fir )Itliua i Ilin F foVTda uffi rft)lYeaHough 18'! t Ihi!!' wet.<" t "I'J'I.YJ. ,i of. '. ..'tNU. .f ',..4 i, : F i,:(1t--r.., ni.i l"LJ t.i' i': .'R 9&1' ..Lt.PfJtJit'I'" \ f 5':' '
tlcre I r } IP' D'. c 'Lf.t. % e t' h' u. .
I : on Consumption and some arresr!the!.Jo dSijhi Jfalstiji! i'en- .1 heseviews .1g, lorfila MUf&f / .
tie. :county, and saidjiat Janlew are.nerhaps neither I' .l 't Vi'f"f/J ; :
I lJ1 !H( ; ; I' .elude :her iron bv' nrohibitnru '
I ,411.of pi V'qf if f1.rid> change speedily'< tp thVlalfewwwould7 l in:certain/seasonstto Account'Bat.isfacforily -; ..new.nur.4 'important. andare. onlY ooer'e boi. -e 'faIE"'I"d": ''.-'J"J' Iff" .I till r : I.I .

I EeaJ44to. :.OId..lJge, soon ,retrograde jntb* a, ;.statel ofImrbarUro fpr AhlsA e nJigg. phenpraenton &on accout' of,.i.their i apnucation;' t' io ; !" "rf.s' Iffl'-I\l''l'i flft2.Lilt.. ,'

I LC", LC'_ ', : j:. an&lbu RW,9.1J4' .tfce49JT ,: !.* 'to,-:11'supply\ fr aUthe"il.HH'lakes; 8nd'r1ver.'oi" '' T"fH I :.8.tlrf.serving' 10 J,,clearU ) ;OUr'" ,., "OUon'oan'' Plc. D1111'q"1 ; B"lj. i#fin : 4
Ibr. bJ Jsjna. the the countrvand'eep them. full rw.tv'1. the i1Hk1h1mii{ i e accumulation l "4' ta ,.ond, 'l1't.'JI : \ 1 'I ;
I }4ksh :isjjtsel la t4. 'n.unlust ; t "H t BJ < .
*iEt7n "PP0"111 Agen't.'ro the sale'4)ft ,, ';'"Irob'.th. 1 i 'tti'I* he'flooJtt'wb'ich 'fJ'$ fu.p.t'H tt, >, I t 1. .,
the .Country.p4.thcT greater -the'yeariw4': : 'wnter.on1i eurtace-IftHf'j.-tII't. da,' : G r '
Good .ind will : no 01. : 80 i'la lorb.sengd'a'4'c
ke them cbnstaiiti3 icy .. ; : [
p 1jH-i'ii .
.'I. f h1 "W "t iidHU.t. u.. fi' 1 11J..t r 1 1ft M t tRY '' .tit 1 .
ILai4 at my.Drug store., in the Towtr'of renuere'at a curse. poutfromLOkefenOle: swamp 'S..rIKlu '." nreserlts.' noiib, .hew 't .ah%t !:dee&cf] J. rd.iJiMWi.ei: ;: -
P.IIIIPu'Ai, rla. :: Ther\vi f$ 'il lbe' Im d !pi ( MucbiMro.. .i .afiorii'a.'.rikingrlpmW '4Sft< ,'pranclples'Wi Lu'.of'*,philosophy(' H' iw are v'not"t'i"l neces-.. } 1 "eeche&be{k li il! iWi t! m:' ::" :
: l !. 1- ? rt"9-**u .t n -13'fl [ '
I Dr. "L. D. BOOZES. '! i ; znldonCOfi'1fle. o1ithopoltcaequqnjiSWlten \[ It..b. W9i...! "r.this"aunnhi._ ,. 'land, -v sarv.'i t '1T t to'{* explain| !' -' (fl.Ine. e peculiarities. in focoandl.sf0EI1t4Urr; .... .. ,:
L 1)0 hf1; "Gvm-.BooOIKvA.LIDaI: : i i ..thOY n4 P''w.8.ternnm )tier. "''tllttH.'Ji unnecessary! H 'tln.to;.jesort to: other,' our'Duyelca, history utN, some- .,tBatisfactonr-i abl 1 1i 'ilili' li ili : :e .' 4

Ijiftetions. for promoting.Health, iidlnJlotjierf -: .ll1. flf'oI.doa.ThIS.. .nWY, 'expl Q ., an ralR 101'11t'ir1iiietthe f elucidation I -iisuliantrng,. r"t'LHI"i. he it... 'r. iaenit.! JI' r ln' w.. :'. .::-t,tb
t 's.to: In-the,.Management- said.W.J "n.i.rH was an,ex(cllent thing.- rrotectu.'against'th'e'pfHducU : wafets f .iJutinefiHesi eaWnrtathough and;"iI'Jctr ttiea. ftbICh.twout elJ .ta M',; 'O'f"i"ll," ;f T.anq _,. .' '.' .

114t l1a.hIttb P taua1: be b id,.gratuIoustbyca1., i ;of fee11 I labor! w _D e71.t *nrunning7throdghi 'l a'6':''. b it'titea (or'1bbSe ftgA'd.i' ., ..,_.'..iadc4- t.O'r b1 ? U L '- :-r'.'... .

"*sSfl00k.'e tore., J a bore &- b ef Ij arid.we can. mrie I nl:1"1mtr.* ..tlct."n c banks (/eraarkablei for' ',theiroueightaad. si 1ib'ot Imt"h1 54 r ',r' "" :'J'.'rU i v.idQL'f.f rr "-. .-. ". I
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Vjiit 't =1iLr. t.1.5-.tf .<.1.J. :: : j o s g.: Exieniionoflae,4hOUgl.ttfL ., .1"
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vgoe4' ,wjjh; ;other important ,sub?; U t least, as- the presenjcabinetinston .at'W, a sh J. v01 ddSe4: exlyis' they"woul4! .. "The-f'fow} nre"ihethe' .P.i f t

bP ects'ms_;,to'Jose,,sight.of .the fact,that: ri remain in tfielfplaces.! 1..q 1 lie : difficulty{ all'ded J <
What is MrtWqfehVoirencel Sympathizing I .nv r'jlijrl(this, professioni.:were a I1'.QlV' '
i5 1d j't/J.. ;. i arty i?(,PJWr'.ng'to break but as raembeia of.a party they will ;thrTeIkbt !liiisiei:'In:-f '
in. the only possible i in : .
; way = :"
tgj dqjnrn tbd'pre: .entf ndrnirpLecsysten of :taw. *s; M. POUUi3preflted
; toM; '
the :: : make no'profession.aTBrm no doctrine, ?
could ,
.iul which he 'sympathizewith ;
: dUt1cIlJfldel"WhVJitheCOUfltry\ l l ) ;tben r t
9ji; sedfthppiiy; inaI! ,branchescf despotism of Europ; nnd showing bitter jcKOV1LTA18EPTEMBEB_ '.29. 1849.' : on'.the' subject} They ,are illing'to halfotm.Porte: y t t

;Mi): .{J tJ4ndqrnmr ce Whilsurrigbtsi1t : hostility towards all liberal" ,movements J. i4 "1NItttI'K il.lii k'. jub pldiscoTes andbegn.yodjr&un'dmrnon ; '. 1J Jbut .:in. 1'1ezco!, 'bpurchei, a Frenchma&, _

'I sireattempted be and, the 'on-that\ continent. 'This' is .hiswhole -' :. ,9PJ to: the entire JI "
to, *,invaded, J. <"t, h>.t' .Jt 'r'fl: t .3.' if DeaGoci knowing, it
; .1-.tIH,4 J Esfend6bI
if Fo.riM.aJor thPpaty
4t; .yalue offence,and ho'morc.--Wellf: 1 CHJ Slavery l
< fpropertydeprecked by :
? : ESSE..LCAB'lEIL-w ,-,.. il'aU I .fine th wilLhaie .Ge ,fiChUdp rderedthu&I0restored '
this..be_an..offence,iaihe.Consul Paris ""I ; F Q a"ShtU
Jt the of unconstitutional -
: enactment : .
: ili.t; e.,bpeJ'"provisions, against slavery ;: ,i how. should,the cabinet at Washing*' ':W"''-" IIs; 'fh"1'. "'-' ,- .. .'rr. ,- .ilDcon8iti. l1" Yt- ncle'Q. :- rh.U$1 he' .:gave'theFrerbman to the rightful '_Bet;.?,

the .t be.treated\Vhemwe 6nd! .ihem per: tyF'r..B !.qmer l'. tB ,-'rf : g roundioT dilfer.e 1ee c1fD uBioJl iO il'9.
I ? $: ; masters ; Pennsylvania ,in : forcible .it1'.b F.L..DANCY.. iwr4. -. f' 'jJ their? :be submission to those, Frentli-'t'Miaster -then

(tt ( an tbe.lords;:of, the loom Jand\spmdle; petratingthe.and objectionable':; same sin', a, >more under the- ',?. .:: '. .. -', ;_._ : .. .'".,,, f. ," 'f'' .t'. '...,n-.' terms'l.;'ThelVan'Burens:decree JtMMartin's ;i claim for-.,, damages,,bat-*,Cotlfttf 4-
; j also determined to avail themselves wny I
are :
and liberal opinions ; t Z. *..rads' C -ar ..,.. '-.1 '. ; 'J letter:to the.Rome Convention. qOty d"16 dagajnstthe. : ctolflL -

of jhc. ',ascendancy' of Whig, principles popularity, name, ; .. ,.I"wt "..Sl&IriJ1... "' ':' -"".".' '' t,words iol for i their'decision was approved $ 2?
in the.Administration to still further which carrier! General Taylor L into powi 4 I :: -" says' two> for" .J ;to one_ of <
A. W. CRICHTON.., raiJ: > 'fr -!, (JohniherJiavorite? I Scott, 'andsubseqaently'; 'b 4Mr'r2',
4 drail'.u (pf the proceeds of our labor. er 1J st look at the conduct of the I > ,, Freedqmi { \ *Grand ton "
i in relation toils policy on 1" ,1' .' *-' fFri "'' .m -1';... son' hirnS lfa nothing.short: ) moves t.the.Secietarjr_ of State. !MP
South Carolina the. whole South government : iilw h.: ; W.
,..: .. .,- ,.- y d,' t- -'....,'.., 'i''t .. ,.., sin, in liis:note to Mrrciaytooohing '
-Barnburner ,fraternize _
'with '' that1 Convention
.this of : .
kr\owswell thejruinous.effect.of a high very point sympathizing ALBEEBOUX. {,: \ J
v l liberal movements. Look at its conductin .;. ,t.1': .'" .r IJ .fi' 10, "J 'vithtbeHuikerp'in'therface: of i language, [feipebifng'g:
11 tar.I theirenergies productive : -
upon but
r : .d trY.itlalls heavier upon them relation the difficulty in Germany, For.Tai'CoUeet: r- I lr. ;:(:O' declarations, "an&. :. 'nominate: a ..UnionTicket. I J.'d.' subtequeatljr_ ,:ai.Mr.c .

4 ns'an agricultural l community than the and the liberal movement there. The BENJ., WNFRISBEB1.k. -t i'; j, 1 ':1He': ''ca s'.a"majority. Qlhi ton's suggestion,, he \itWreW' ,i -'Gc..

;:; ; citizens of otfier,sections i of the country, cabinet used the whole 'force:of the'American ; ..1,0' ;" ., l"1' '" *t --.,"' ." it' Convention,but:the H nkeracoolly It.cf : fensive. letter. I : >

while niere benefited but the' weal .government: that occasion, in ..; For, County Stryeyor, ',; 7' 'n pel the'Overtures The.;humiliati;'of I Sometime' afterWardiM.poaj.Ldressed : .

: :4 i. th'cnpiia1istsaiidrnanutacuircrsofthe favor of despotism., In the case vof :.JOSHUA. _- COFFEE. .i.' ,' ',:1': ,. t he1r"udverIariei: i ,i is not yet sufficients another .note,to theCJ1flr.'

'!, Rome hesitated and: hung back \- .., !.l 1'J' :,& ''t .r o-1 \ At'the', time ihei.Hunker .: of State, making ha! ,,'pr"I.CoeM
,C North. .Ydo not,.intend .to argue the they fP o,. .County,.cmu5r. appointed .
-i 'mander Carnender
Tan question ;. j it 'hasvlbeen .well con, and, in all their,::policy favored the cause' -w.. cTppm'p' : BELKNAP- '-',I State Convention,meets,and forms'a ;! of XircimWtfoa',,2ir j

cti! si4ei4ia: ably argued again and again despotism there. Again, they tam' 4"HABTEEYand T.J/HENDBICKS.-; full tick i tt< ::It expressly, repudiates: the saving _the Freiu shS E,,.2'
GEORGE. .... from' -
., -,. -. shipwreck"Commander'
amongst ,our people. The very peredwith the Hungarians the same 2': (: tests'dnd" distinctions T based ,on differences .r

caiise of'tlie glorification of the friends manner ; but' above nil, they exhibitedmore fll, John C'..alD..IIIHrallo'N..I.-.r of sentiment-concerning' Slavery | clet.claiming alwgewwjbkcrewwhich "
and advocates of a high Tariffmust forever skill, and more tact,. and more UhI.III!. or!its:extenlion. But it'now; ofTers.to, was refused. On -this snbj'

tMt create the sternest opposition to energyin aiding,and assisting the con- unite oP"a: single 'dclie. ;with.ithe;;Barnburners' M.Pouslm addressed:a'!FIl.ln-.uhilf

; its'existen e, and that' is high prices.Th .- tinuance Spanish despotism on this MATHElir: .JOBCN tjOIT NE if'allowed LtO: ;taketo,.itself the letter to SecietyC'itfleeti4.
i continent than other despotic .' .."'. .. Controller Canal. .on the honor of&ou>:Gof p .
argument is fn a nutshell.. The amy power PHILIP : :E. : i Commisnoner proent. .
jfT tb'J r.t I in existence could do.Ve allude to AYEEDMAN'andjls.. : .PQMA, ",, sident Tay lor ihen.:ordered the
t !31 : t people J are all consumers, but while -\, ; Prison iwpecifor1the l ly.officers having -_ hole!

.s.ip ; U nearly all are also producers, the secret the effortswhich they recently made to For CircuiCOUrt'Ckk..' ', ( i any;considerable patronage ji,in prospect -, correspondence "be placed before the

'it; : of the difference the latter relation is prevent ,the people of Cuba from declaring PETER B. ,DUMAS. r :, '. {- 'but. with thisf,expressed._condition French Government, with the cipecution -

that the large capitalist! gains ten,"'a ,their independence,. under cover of 0.: '; ; ;.' ; t. ; :,.. .''J ** '- ..... that it:"would' dopt the'neceuary

''J 4t: huntred! a. thousand fold .by the reign a north-eastern law.of the last,century, For Shtri.Jf." ",, ".,.I"H ., i. 1 !"PVoTided'the'UticaCopTca tion ratify.those" meai'resto 'redress the" Improper CCQ.

4Yi; of.iigli prices, whilst the mass of producers which ought to have been stricken from ) R. B: CANOVA.. '..''. ,.Minister: This not.dieiri bfjig

I i the statute. book ,of the United States *, -*. *.* :' *Sj-fi j!*:' fl; well-known and knowledged DemocrHts' ; as ;: Toy l lor'ordered,that all Irespondence I
; are impoverished by ,being compelled For County SU"'erJor.'J .. candidates,for"Judge'of tie C rt' of Appeals, eoj.
to add'to the' of the twenty-five years ago. '.**" with M.; Poussio 'sfeoolj i
e1 profits man- .,.JOSEPH. P. DELESPINB. ; Secretary of State,Treasurer/and State JSngin*
E7l 1 ufacturer.. We think Mr. Walsh, the American ., w'-,' f r;'end shall impose no principle or test!. upon said terminated, aud hi, passports,placed

.:':I The recent tour of Gen. Taylor, and Consul at Paris, can defend his political For Coroner, candidates inconsistent hthe- resolutions adop ar his'disposal.' -

the developments thereby sympathies by referring to the cabinet 'CAYTANO SOLANA. ted by Democratic. CoivenoiiMdiiifhE Prei- .
,brought.to light '
byterian'Church al R iM/ d ;thAt'tH61 *
,Washington and to the policy which .COMMUNICATED.. .
jt1 conclusive evidence that the attempt -
thus nominated1 receive -
tntf united
have the ,few ARRIVAL OF, TBoors.-r-Several. Stea.. 5upportofoth J\ a. EDITOR :-1. understand that
will be made to disturb_ the pre they : pursued during '* b divisions of the Democratic party n. Mr

$l31; sent Tariff" months that they have been in office meis conveying troops have passed "Can the:Barnbiirnerscome:: down to Hemming( ,,the. nominee 'or the Whig-

; PL IJv \ The Pittsburg Post has the following .I since the accession Gen. Taylor to here during the last week on their way. this :It is hardutiNuSpoiIsis.har.' ; :Convention: for clerk,' has been 'withdrawn "-

tMI4hi: ttt W. paragraph relative to the opinions of the presidency. Ifin, accordance with to Palatka. We learn that ten: additional r der. ,Has notv the*. Grandson, himself and 1h Col. beessubsthuted'iu'hia
:f Uen. Taylor! as .declared in that city : the liberal principles and sentiments have been been almost,iwolyears out of; office /-: ':
".'p. Monday morning a number of which carried: General Taylor into the companies ordered under ,Do'riottbe"l1rastiest. of the faithful .be place by Mr. :Colu ta

the'Yurnace owners Western Pennsylvania \Vhite Houscand which we still believe Gen. CIIILDS..C91.' EJ. oN a _a.1'aJ.' gin to sigh'for I'the fleshpots'of.:Egypt-!; bus' Drew, 'the Editor! of .the RTepb1 I lf-

4g iti: ; ,' now In the city, were intro- I exist in his warm boscm, he should remove GALTone from-Smithville, N. C., one and tomufmur/that this.is.notthe.ebtertainment ;i .:.can. 1 if the, nomination; of.CoLFIemling .'

1'4.'tt duced' Governor Johnson the President Mr. Walsh from the office of American from Beaufort N. C.one ,from Fort ,-which '
.by to to; wewere.invited; 1' 1 is,just.as.good a one.as-thai. (pO)!>.
tj who received them with the Consul at Paris, for sympathizing Washington, Md.-three from New *The'partyVrrieetsJn'convention. atj Utica -. ,
it ,that Mr.
Hemming! Drew
greatest cordiality. The ,President with the despotism in Europe, in York and four from(Fort Adams It. !. .(once\more..and\for\ the Jan :time. J n :' 'proves.' ''' iscapable
made minute and particular inquiries his correspondence published ,in this and John Van{Buren'vs the man to move, .of making i as"good .a', nomini.'tiTi i .

into the state and .condition.of the iron city, we think he is bound, by the same the unconditional,surrenderprescribed as -\VhigConventipn ; and if,the

trade ; 'all 'of which \were clearly .and principles of equal and exact justice, to .From. the. Frontier.. .'";'I Itiis I .bitter-pill: and .is.only_ forced; :nomination i of .Co'l.-F.:is 'a, better, cue

fully.r 'phc4 to by.ssr.l\ly'ers, Kerr, remove his present cabinet, for symp lh. The'following extract from 'a letter!i down at:last:!by oiajorityof,61:: ..to37.- ,:than ,that of ,Mr. H.t' it shows plainly,
g4 tk: King,. Bla'ck! and others.. The President -' izing asfaries in theirpower,'-withr despotism -' of Mr. KENNEDY of Tampa a farce passing Anti-Slaveyieso- ;,";:< .. > v .

.Mci 'in! the.course of the conversation, on the new as well as the old man in this place, dated on .Sept.gentle'l, after abandoning ,:the 'Free Soil that Mr. tDfeWfs .little- smarter, thaa \

expressed' ,his decided disapprobation of continent-on both sides of the Atlanticin the latest have of platform''aiid:uniting ,with. its inyeter-i..1 ta. .Whigconv i w"ntionWhat! i then-. i
intelligence we ,
$ the present Tariffas utterly inadequateto .Germany, Hungary, Italy Spain, gives a enemies.is; duly ;rplayed and.-Prince "%the.useb: : r Whig.conventions_ at,all'

th'e L protection of many interests and Cuba. If the one is an act of justice -: the movements on the frontier. John' is once more '\mewberoftbat. i Mr :iDreivsays'it was found out' tht

:; ti ic which demanded it, and said that he the other would .be no less so Gen.. Twigga left here on Saturday.lost for, ,National party which,he'so,lately) proclaimed ; Mr. : : .- ; : i 3-; -

4t .considered the change from the Tariff So far as our poor opinion is worth itfl}.- Charlotte Harbor,. carrying with.him,the mea-j : diss h'ed,-a..lambof the fold.I : 1 Hemming was ineligiblebecauiciawas"not | .

: -of iS2:7to that of 1846 as unfortunate] thing, we are free to declare, that we senger sentin by Bowlegs: he'expects.thereto, whereof Calhoun ,and Venable' are bellwethers -..':; : ;six 'month, in*the:county,ind'thl

t ; : : to many: ;valuable interests in the country despise both consul and .cabinet with meet the Indians in council and have a' Tkt get !Iut: So i wags': this t crooked- ; *, bei'ng:the. case,)et: Mr.. Drew) ascertained

ZVd ; 'and particularly) to that of labor ; equalintensity-and for the like reason. the four 'law breakers, ,bring.them here and world;;IV' *, a J. that::Col.. ,Fleming w.if: the

.' :; that what we required was specific not Neither represent, correctly, in their hang them. Time will'show hew this talk ends, Subsequently' to.>thii:both, divisions /next choice .of 'the Whigs: and nominated -
,, ad '-pillore.m, duties ; that these latter official positions, the, unbunded. the and I judge the same old tune will be once more '
assembleat Syracuse.9DI the'14lh' him'in place i f 1r.'H. AJ Drew
; rr left, us at the mercy' of the markets in unchangeable, theexternal love. whichis sung of (>We want Rations forfamilics, and Sept/ l"t : r. :

tw Europe)'gave protection .industry: here felt by.the great, heart of Americans, horse to bring family in" and' Wdopt'tne'*, .!> ,* ? ,. fdlldwirig"'resolbtioh-j ?'ri'T.! fli't- m1j !3'must be monstrous smarlma'o to finJ;

: t wh 'nhwas, nut wanted, and denied it towards liberty and human rights, on Yours truly, connection. "with t Bothers:for, :'promptingthe i t'-ij. to utsn'aiew_ hours after Mr.I Hemmin?

t'+. z to us when' we did. He said he was in either continent-in life or in death- 1m for mat ion was brought here yesterday intimate union of the party: ,j withdrew. ., that Mr.' Fleming_ i was the, .
; 4 I.. favor of a that would! : here or hereafter. What says our amiable Rtsolved, That. Congress has the .constitn- '
? 1Il ,system promisepermanency by Col. ANDREWS, U."S. Paymaster ': next ,choice of the;Whigs f Uuyal county
sufficiently high to I I$2r .friend, Massa Greeley, to this { tional power.ove'r-Slayefy in heDistrict'ot'Col ,:
'Va. reasonable the give who passed this place on .his ,vay' mbia:and has no power over-the subject 1 'Mr..' Dr wbim.self''! has:been little;
: protection to of '
the country, but not so, high industry as,to amount -j THE UNIVERSAL. TION.. .YANKEE' NA-. north, that ,Gen. TWIGGS had. received. the full St pover-OYer tiu.; That the it subject possM in es the,-in':Territories our .opinion/of' Yet twelve> \ months. in, ihe. 'State.QueIe" .-

:to exclusIOn-he would not go,, Trie London' Athenaeum ina full authority from'Oovern'meratto: muster the United'States and should,eierithatpower, ( 1 If it require; six '. residence

? tL: he said, for that. Some one here re bit of. pleasantryover, indulges such companies 'of"Florida'volunteers '.' o n all' occasions attempa to introduce it theref; in the:coanty to'constitute,t.)legal
marked that ubiquitous i but.asthf WMtiJ&iOMlpo'wer'ui questioned neare'
; would lie.supposed the South I qualities of the Universal. Yankee nation into the service of"."" the U.;:""States i nittingtololeraie the free:exercise-of ihaiti) voter,' ho w .long> 'residence' in.the
Tariff ,
j: to Northern'oppose labor.any A of protection of the --"No land is ,too far-no nook too .he deemed fit. 'I'hewiole} matter"S.it fas dual Opinion upon n that* question among'.membersoftheDemocwAkfamily !State'does'it require! .to qualify.a.mao for
portion nho'are .
i. rcilliag totally .
: South, 'the President replied, would (for their' researches.' If a, 'taste appears is left' to his.judgementwheth: under AM :'standard and support thi ticket noini. ;" ef\le-k eR to the Wbi!,ptrtvJ !
for should I lead 1
to the bottom ''*
kt tt: ,: kick I .'01 It ; but, he added, "who, cari''rhic9nversationfor copper of a Cornish ,mine you, there will be er to muster them or not, and the whole nated' by1thereccnt:8tate1OonTenti6ns.'TV4.1: ? ,' '"u -* "" nftjnf>: "*' : : ,But, ,another question'.\arises i :u'Will: ; :

of ther of it partook the' of none found one,of the. sovereigns of,thegreat, responsibility. is'thrown--i- <*upon. .. ,,i8.shoul-!.-- To 4-',.. tbisMr.. .--'rW: t&l.GiEELEZremarks"'tA ;fi,, +.'.,' 1'f '.<01. Flemincr" a t ept.Mr.. 'Coluraboi! T. i 1

1i' moved characteristics nil! doubts speech, re Republic : should a cool morning tempt!L ,ders.V .apprehend that GenTWIGGS, ?f.Wos there;ever!before. aswansong; ;Drew'atnoll1i. >at on t.1' I''understand. ,. he,
from mindas "* -' --
our dolorous, and "f.
so abject a'sthat Was
1qm1 a the PresideriVs viewson the. Tariff., there you to the will top find of the. grand Jonathan pyramid,p will not to.undertake. ; such responsibility eVer Jbackoul'so ignominiously> ,complete -, id clineda:nomination from the Whig .

It" wilf. "ttiusbe. seen, what. is ''io be. the you apex : the cousin oasis.of Sievah the astride and that he.has!by this time 1 1 vttAVhat can I the:Free,Boilers.of, .convention. I Does. ,he_ th.inln,qo, .iM,"
ii1 expected by the'South .in the event I dead Sea, the Chilian' mountains, 'Beloochistan ',ascertained 'the":necessity of employingsuch other States' think oft- -e':,acl. -.-and, ;;,theactors1 :tion i ;.from' Mr. D.rew will I'confer mpr?"-
Whig "principles! being i so rouch.in thiqttI' ? '
ascendant control .and, Timbuctoo, all .know\ his troops. ..and the'universat" xviah of tL \ A, u' ,hanQT onhim:>'of,secure, him more.votest
as to legislation.. I 11will 45- "' "
M1 be well for then .1 I; visits,and have heard of the: glory ,of hisnative the peopleotFloridtOtpateffect.: > *It-Is evident, therefore, that the FreeS :for my own part i doubt' x et1'- WM&whethet
us. to give .
some at '
.____ ,
cities., Should! North-\V'est j. iJer, have .
these L eiven,themselves uphorse,' A 4r. Drew' is acknowledged si
!tentior1t ,matters, (for the South discovered' Union of! the N. -Y.'Democracy.Vf .: -ly.* ': r't' rt" <. 1root | ; I
tIc: : tL is now'lrijhe position' .of.a General 1 who c: Passage ever a Yankee' -and,.. dragoonsand, :that -i o': .'.at- thet 'the *4en9e-keeper"the\\bigtyi. i
: be : ; .O".t. J .' *
will ,.
found \ c-
probably there setiled to that i > .li .
: : on are happy ;perceive at f- t" i .
+ hod n'firejn frontand .. i instanceof '
rear. She.haa c" i .i ; :" ) 'i tr.Y/LN, BUBEN.. It isamu4V" ,but we shall.see on Monday.
a stranded j and fine c-' t _
,4'. the: Wifmbt Proviso i to :. iceberg,; some day length. the two sections.of th'e! Democra-. ; > f : c.- "
) encounter, m ** sing therefore '
we expect to .hear that Mf d'Abbadie / > < > -s..t ; ,' to-obserYe.jS IJern.. _' ; OLD "\VfltTY.'
front, and the unscrupulous I Iarfi'Iord cyofNew 'York have' unite fTJieir- .
5, ,
J' ri 'e' !\ ) < *' -- ; has/come: u'poP'acnmp of YankeeA ; : Whig distort this movement in '
papers -
; in her tear, both the .. .> .. ,* vJrabs ': : '
having same object .&; <> ( the 'iif ofJi1 lamentable division; wbich'fcaused the j L- ri' > .' sLATT ,FRO EUOP .
picmcing sources :_to a free-soih -' inl
view Whenthey
trt tp; ;: !(,in.the ,eyentpf; ellh-I Nile. *Ihe iiivr;adventures>< i ; 'ene-rgi ,s'.no'di :election t of Gen TAYLOR; and the ele'c- !r = ;i.2 frrvi; fa v/ { ; ? .-. 1he' .state of public'opinion i'V1eD $'oa titi
tFt k er beingrsucce'ssful, she.must show us the slightest difference .
suffer. .
: *: > : *- ---' powers of bur cousin-german; to
"t; South Carolinian. : grow ion iqh:! Nortbern. W 5gp estimated letter:
t5fT ">* .:' -** V 5: ; ri1..i :to I' from the following
*j '* quite alarming., Rpugh and
1 Ready' ,Congress with _one. eic ptioii,1was i ; .entirely : 1 4The ,intelligence fr Hangar/ it confirmed
i the.
"' exclusion
'l ifl i; 0' J ;
i. ; ,;;i-* r- has extinguished te the march ofelaveryfrotn' the. territories .
; (j.ut&1ticbi4
i : apa ; :in all its details; The coorier
grounded false-issue ;
'4 IOllJltlte-N XoTkUtraQnihst.CSH of Cbl/DoiiTphaji into, New.:Mexico has upon introduced i. : ;.-when they will show. ,us a voto 1: ;onlypasa J. :.througft VzPmI'.o rf 'JF'JJftsUcJni f

MLW1AI ; TBB'AfkifERCANCoN8UI: 2" put down theRetr, <5at'ptthe Ten'Tbpasanid -. by :the :machinations! of.the iCoresj'whjclj'toaNarthernDem i 0 ;. UieEmperoris stayingrthla u_tht

PARIS. aA' f{ r A j MardP, has(forever eclipsed Van"Buren clique for'political\ eUect-- -; .reason; the-.details'"at e>? generally known,
M \ tsf has4 b :; e 'o th1 g -I"
great de r 'So 'tCn with impatieocej- '
-, .fH'Tby ;- ,, .. "' not voteawith h ib c though they are expected ,
'' ? take'breriUi. Tihiei'ancl\ ,
: the about must snace fail, [the question df FreeiSoii:1:: l.t9'' 'No the surrender.of Qwrsgy
newspapers thec : Wh one'ho weter.Doubts
I corresoon- ; : "" 'r "I'- g iIJ rV
-.j.h: ..i \ denci'lilcbJl1r.Valsh.. lhjAS| us ah.ehnumejratip'n .._ -Hunkers_ .whojiposedTheintrodtictioa, J ;- :, 1 ';;\ "";t \ aiid,the4izb Koauth.and. | .. ..A*.to,
\ Consul aF'Paris 'has tf rt1 < An Americanyliai id.of: his countrymen ': BDBENihas i --disco( d:that;hjs an :the ''n Tr 6tGii'' 13TiJiOUZlj eoa-:
; :written toaNew; \ ;
; : of an anti-slavery test into the the Democratic thosewboTcnoV! the man acquit
otld on; All
that the m
: genuine ,
York Yankee riot
T" 4 tnri Jtt', 1.f( ybICJ, .a,1. ; ,would ti-slavery'movement_wna anticipated -.ofkfceWTTjUroua -
him of
- anjBiotifeunw.9rtbji[
j\ 'eviftc ;. be able. ;) .' in( ( h'e creed were'resolute] against iidle\ .
ymmihyTor, : despotism"<# repose HeaveijItself,'Jr .any the: W Kig-pari y g nd1 and hitherto atauiless character. Oeor
r- Y' r ihatjjecb.uld
.u. 'could travel; farther 'wwtward1'! H union whlch W aOt-based' )iliei : ':' from rproa'cV '
urope. : upbh free
I\ Thl'nol'seJih$1)een : ci, Jgy's Mivate conduct .wis:'always "
ipcreied : : "-'' *' *' _- .n-1-, = only c 'rfy'adiviaioo':of( ;
r\ V thc 7i iw-Wn'Wk;otga U pr i i. ;"ca6inet.: ; I m t tgo ahead.: Prophecy*'looks, jfor-* -, : iu :of. ,Free-S}. .tell as- :.t a'poiti-tfnixtirecantation 4 ', ; X1' .* j-\P' .HW. \-f"lJ-.H a-ot party:1'J : -patriotiam: wka purer and less iett.weekinig '
- BVflshlngon.whsc I J l wa:4.:: .to the, wbeniheVaey!! c)ftht j-" '-t- -*;-.S; Hii ." ;< "'-? f.I"' SH: 'J.* ,: 'aaalDlt" ft'qnatednne.' -"'.V"1'r_. .''_..!_./-4',. t/ D. .'" ,! (Jjag|hat oCKossutL taevagiutor, .11*.
h cal pnnciple.L .. # ;
nqwJOIns tnen : yhavecoquere4. ; t reTeMel. peJyJuured drote war
J 'persbnal
e D 4en (MississppishaI11iverflow i : : -' : { no % ''
(,)1nce' Mr.Wjilsh, I ,, th ; .witfi'thi: i ,The .Pree-Spilers .f.SDI 'c ii '1 k "Fr ( \' : 'In&othe'co.4i against A.US&ri a. ,'H'-. * t- ) M resistless are ; thethingS'thatV :
se 10W among:
f ,
\ es a r !. i flcnesagainst : populatipn- raqd Europe. be r; ",H'f' ,J J'- '.JJ tt-.J-f, ,i ;inlhe'aerTicij, respected*/
_ ;. h ; ;'SKtyr: his. vjolation J subje1to" sii: thigr-tioiiW h"it M o', .w, ere', 'A8V' :p fy; : :; I The;Savannabpaperi: of the.<19thrf: his regimentf; :Voluntarily/quhted the arey
_ !'i f'i 'j .,, Id.scqvf
\' of dta8t clL pr priliyrnT.utterrni I rc.o; ,1 ,8i'd .r .t e.,.boisndariei- f iij. tj it,. '11avc1, :HO--i l ngt'rji_ fiT arne.! r 'fliey l :h- ld'1; 'Cei! d'th llowin'gtelegraphicidea i ::' .and settled .at Prague whew he and pawed uS ra1 WJ I

_ I '. \ lJf -T %*A8.kiioTOtehmSnK& try, 8r.rt' '.exclatmed-t'.Kentucician.-. ,. ;jeA' ttheip? ,:\vt :J.a il }pach' "":-ld44. -j' }1'iot'r'> Ji'tm11 time in the sa4yLCh1fl13X7'boweyerk'
I f i;;*:'t -$"; V ': i-i :' 1' ; jakness,Md. ave, m8"wt.e s 8TPce'i'4.cOU.: .-, science .. :IliL1eTolltioD-: .18,
__ I .:: i' d.s 8RlhiCountryffor] :\ 'ltl: r.,' '8\tn' t" tveare, : bode d' J been torced'tOUeflderpucpnfjjcinaF ; ..V".1'JDu.. .1'inG.V 'J.trJ' ..IV"Jt{ : ?,tf1i1 : tni fte.a!d.Iaaf ti$. iriL' .,A1 .4..h k !
f: ; f ,SIDr.zt.e I
J '. \ ra! nJ&r-,11 if4JIJkJ r J 11'ilrre by. rising. \. ifiG. N lri 1r ?U: ; ..1 reocn4.ulnlsteTwroteaq. .. '"- # '.<%unuIi4 & thai: .lipie.are.aware that,'.thoughHungarian -&tbk',
,": .r. lll91fe; (.ffi p.HAroericanlCoo ., 4.a, rora)' ; reallS-un, ) .t.tl'Hhrt'..i.'llt'l: : JjNM! TbeLNewYorklFrbune i i :\vhich !?i iiJWl1ig p.. J.j 'lelt 9.1 tAA.'b, S8K\ jp O Cajfe\e I' he did not eeek thetweWwf",f.

<-{ sul nIJ onaeppojn pCinditinirsacHr; : precession.' 't;"01-' :the equinox-and 4. i -E ':: on\h, :1 1SobiH'g"i"l t n'a"A lido i i a"l ft t.tji1.' I Preaident'Iy1or i ;immediately Ideroanhigrthe -..i 'connirr:hi:he ft wuhed-io aeparation.ecareiu from the.'eedOlD lioUS*bu.lqUo:4M1 'O.-
L seoti t.!: !.4nonl! i '..!,3 0/,.;1It..; ; _D.tpf'J'; .:, 1'/1 h d'' men o. .u.';! 'fJ"<, ''.b3dy., ,-In!:l 'jJ1{au J'h/ttW:1 t.V* *0Jlita'i 00"**1ne f .80-'ti'iJ1t'enti a.a3t if; : 'J"6. tii:: fr.,. : :Frencliv'g6f I :Hapaburg;f :t Monarchy; ..D'ledsIii ,he.al"lI.
yt iv ] ii rkv i > 'u"ti 'fy
tUqbJecUiU. .
'j rofef1M.rJlI' fJ i:1'eJDO ed .1 !* l' ri t 8 a Ji-3 rPr kr. ': hhQp ofbeing a.b1.\O:!
; f 'G -ritf. WhoD do sthoTarIff ,of1ebqtyj .Mtite$.11CA ,UJren"A. aays ; & .
fli ,orJjrr J : ;' 'tii" ttJ. : lP 't t --1Wu11.U1ttUlt'tl'IJoa--1ti.11 ''J. : .$ eB uJMi Bu.

-t :,: thy. pt1-lq tUJ Q1cP'tr.echarity g4 y Aba 1"f n, SWe 8Tery'nerson e.pUhlgIIj"QA; b '4esirM CQmpoa to1bt;I 7,'>' 11 itNewAr5rkr.Hunke: .refaces'-tot I '* 4JP.! !PFJI''\* fr1 p ftln '" ,th .n 1i i, d.' :

R : 1'; ._pe l.lyl! but( t or .q :PJA tia d:1ve' go. t h ap:and s4lfl. Lr.' 'Anhoiv} .,1..r--.rJ:urt.cTnt t,ls'w., Li concedc> i..i ;5'|4ofleiOta*j* _-of L|jV piincipJeiito_ i --\' : t tthekai-1 p IIP9 '. { lr. dl-'J; nn b G'.v.t Jf ,e. !was'iUtefl1Og'tO11U'kJa ,, a bssbeNP 4.1
: : .li1 Vh 1 fPh1E!el..J.TtfJl1.tP'. : arI.rn. rSt IJ I !,: l li1irytZ G1i I II "
:: ( ,i'_ ,;. I 1M tc ttX, 1 I ,fed n.rJ'ic f crf Jf !

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be thought' LhimeltboUfld 1 eJing J r V&bfs3* tJ'ih. TU1trJUD; 4AZP,1t CZeSIIident, -t'' i2t ..?.tT1'<"1 .r "I' -A J. tfl F J :
MSiKTi.i-E'W' 'whIch' his standing 'M;.::8iwiantjij'eii t1-.th'.er. .of the. Herald JBUt i:that the.eTpcnsea/of the' 'i n1t.' peroUbftPlagny deaeJ.g1nIttbePrida'deedarC l rI

t and services' had raised him;' but .noeoori&B ': ranges about midday. v***.? the'sweltering' eighiOr., 'Frenchr'; Veniraent ''Ae,,p' entj y rar,l ejxfcced ; '.Estate of''N.QS Ferris,.late 0 Dural.Co., I .. r....E'T'j' f" '

Crom !.1with the state of 'l45IntbeEhde .._ ., .J7 ;: \ thereipooaeofraii -We can hwebr, called npon to present .

iined Iell t.I&aD.tfro a m kind ofmilitary pOiI3'.of. ., Provisions we plenty in the' u4andZnttIo Ji Jl'.efedn, etalcmentlhoagh', bellerbg the saiae to' ''Uwu'e. '4 filjped"without delay, ,7'.' -:t ..'.,-.
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the c&UI8 informast states without bLcoirectlfitht 't.ct t.-" and all 'ptnons #' '
with to Kos- 'it to be "e 'cMJiJo" tQ6I : .t,. .
hit position regard :.Jeir
tooa. :Thus bso1ute, dictator became:'.veryday, goods may be obtained in'?SaO t l.f"t&t I Il llict '{. f44fl de it'1i'k.igl ;,i J ni .to d lP" Winijt I : ",

tutb tile : After, the Ukingof Of- oan'P nrfiMTiHe wj 8.' jiQfiinesa. jin;n'4Vi-, lormervpU ;. i'may b tr 1 '1a'bimaiblei it : : : -claims m at.the ezirttion I"a. -
In.-Pportable. I :
DIrt *Js'.tonskaad oT t4t..f' f' cftI6esathe. *unleapre nted within : l
t erS.T myl '
them became ? ;. .
between ,
ruptU" .w<ed la'GeoI' "d on.' :"Town:propertybIcthree ,months'agowasfsold I 'PiiiChiii l : 's seen" "- *{ w h' 1ar i"J c i .l Jf :r.Jti: ;t.$4 .i.It '. _. 'j: ; : : -i '\ ;. .' .'''

tUt s deputation and inttiOUL /pttrthun fii>aom'v": .r r :' '* t "'. SERAPHINA FERRIS,: 5"' >. "c. '
ot his plaDJ vests Advertised newspajperliVThis
injtiie/ '
dem&Dded an xp1anation the ten Art' eirth 'do .i zt ':;; > <&t& r'Esecdtritot'DariuAScrrisdecd. ; .. ''nT uaiu.itJlii 7 iU : '

The ftle devidCntafler ath hatthe The, Iormon. .:Island. ::.Mining- ,.'AteociAtion'liasnearly gradual invasion:ofmale, attire.by: : Jaclcsonville;;Sept.. tJil849.r'. ';fit' \, 5T l mB BYtn\mt m1' tGie', '

b3tte before .mora. 'b Ko'C jnsbf4 in'the completed' the djunTat'thttpo1n4jth ;he, other;eex' .ought'to;be:.l looked;to.. .'_. :: '. ". ,-' ': > J.oeliaJI.t8keeH' :'-,ssoas w.no 7 t 1lbeWDt'tiI'\t tW..u til '

whole army shud saw in this measure only a poiption prasamed. .- ..hi.thrwyvetkiihef. ; .. .aidliiairrii. :theSnow ,- .Punch-says. .they': havV lrea'dv' stoletf', ,, ; ';> TlDi SUBSCRIBER orelj .J it' .tt& & 4i t 8K'fai:. ,. : '
IOIlth. GeoI' tt. b 1. c 't + "Z"t Q'ftJtf fC r* 'C; ** -- : ft. ,, having,token '
rJTer t Ileudus '
he obey- 1 r :,!'to bo hrfdTfur
WAr yet UlR 'f.Y.FJ oafity titif
; our paletots ,theyiQp seixe y sts.
of the
sangain&r1 : bis tresidence < '
] command orKossuthu the selling:forWjOOar Al the-junction of:the GracIous i 'up } #perman.Ult'b'i !' ftifi f iIij,ot o irtJ i iit ft"M. J
edt nota O lDuch the between.30O.0 'ancL4GIO Forks above this point another Association for. goodnesll.iwlia.t'Vdabeynot; : I "f Ue; 'rpcctfullyJuQruhs; s li' r.t1 Elt' h.r OSairt t., I
With ,
yisb ofhis arm7 take nextVbal'iwi1lb! &left ;. the'public tht he is now' ,
a similar purpose, and great, numbers,are at; us :( prepared: ,. idi 1IiUt" t'oriJ recJ'ci\ti?. lr 1i\1t 1 .
$ IDeA he teA COIDOTLheiuCeededifl : work. J ;" r.i- _:j ? ': -gyul'"f-';; '' -," X > ." to cty'On the Boqtimd.Sho ;Jbusinessin Ill1ta.b5ItCI5& ;onday4fotoi .: J.3't. WJ' '
, "AllJiost by.the Dincle cncmy reached Touy)wok. ;:. "W IY,'?'said.a:physician. 'his i in- ,.Abeo'btaifls" alfi>u'.mateda1.'dir .w: D.)103Er.Br 4 "(_ Tot1ik'i' j ,

jug GrouwAl'deln through and appeared suddenly in the hit aWe see that tlie' itiz'enso'r Ben .temp'erat 'ii gti\ior"' .'do-r''ty..a.regularauttnb ":takn' furnish tly'fromlNewtork; tOtia'''work; t'a mucH,win less 1i8;e'price 2iAbl" d'iJl I'..A.up'lS1f/9.. < _. ;., .,..t.., !.tl'"- .t'1f, .: i1 l. t .3'O.r-_: .- .'. *ti
arrival in Vill&g F.t ::
".. On his tyevery.t ,- reg. of far"supfirorrqqal( ity thkn'has!,U ithertbbeea* ;
in ..apublic' have ; [
ton county THE&OVERXO '
meeting ; .
; .i ': /
&&SS&5SZZXlad ulnrstake, tnai you'wUrgo spx.fa'r and awessible io.lbU,. fellow cititens. ,He trusts that 'hiJ 4s'rt .t.\ s4 : ,*; '
passed resolutionshighly: of : L4ie)1-: '
his task henadmovea I laudatory no farther /ltMjj3pitVtrepliedthe: btherj j the patronagewhich hutaready:'.been"'ext ended ; .: u: .,....."11...... '.1" '..;: L
executed the views and conduct.of Indian .
GeorgJ and justified In demanding our boil setstdownso: farotttbat.: i to him, ,and for which'.he(takes this occasion '. -1)" :'I ',.,,o 4:1:
south was :get >
to the Agent :Col. pehce- .TVe ; [ to return his iucVrLtha will be still .J! '
his army Kofwnth fuller explanation of ,. suggest:tothe drunk, l ; 'i, i' > : ", c
before I
from however a instead of gir- gentlemen who ..officiated in this :get to it.. '. \ continued. \'.v ?' ,?, .- 4 .! :\ '. 1... ', -. f 7 J :: '_ f

his p\aus. The Utter, his office, and made matter.to u"'re from the Colonel _- ;Repairing of all kinds ,executed with,' neatness -. 11 V .t.._"ti' .
jug anI answer, abdicated pro copies fjT W*aejeite4ta;: state that the JAckSONVILLE and ,despatch, dir tlyopposite: 'the BILLIARD .. V
Georgy who called a council of his 'the aDthorities 7 -V 'K: t. i.'?? .. '
oer his po.en to (: reports to atWashington FUULK Izsuturr"\<1rHt SALOON in'By8treet. .r' ,1 Ui fUXt&. : ';,
on submission-most pro- .- i.J11'i: '
wU' and rewired as they 'be betterable tfBENJAM1N-G: I --1n V'-44..r..J.f r :'
of may 1J
the appointed fji the '
hpur >ctob ri8tbi ntr' -: .
remained. was
.0 alternative Georgey .. EIeeIi, .iCgateei
babll campeUed 0 take this decisive step, even if he to judge from' jihese.to,what ',ex. superintendence of Miss,.SWAT..( 'The scholars .. ,Jacksonville. ." ,. .Sept.f, '8th., -/1849.. .-- -' ..6m.. .: i"'. ,'"n,.,.'lIVA.\.u\Y. t. Mi.- _"&W'I..1.!.h.1"t f1.. .. '

considered it the only solutio"n of tent he is entitled to the laudation and ; 11.. of StateSentor .'the TnUrDistrict :' ic
had MB long are desired to; provide'their own.desks. and 'E5tl1toCrtElleaJLJBe. ,-,Deed* .SeUOjU&
\ the question.! From this pain of view the sur gratitude of the people of that region. chairs. 'For the.present'.taey*TprlUe attend,it ii herebr;given to:aU persons}hay-- ,onioned bv the
v be regarded as an honorable, and It will certainly offer a belter 'opportunity \ *- NOTICE ,..demands against:the Estat r-of: HonJoseph".K. .With':.. #. .11"" A4deEI
Sand patriotic act. Uunrary. nnas- the:residence of Mr. SWART. t' '., JSept. That election; t1
, even to make up their opinion'after they # >h Ellen Lyness 1at. 'otSt.'JOhnl: conntyrdecdl, an a ai4uItitriOt OtMii. /- '

15JS.. bat must every sooner day or the later conflict have been was prolonged conquer.ed have seen ALL that he has written' on =, -29,-.!-49. __- r"II..t :: ::_'. :,dersigned are requested without: to present delsyandaflreditosLe the same' to heun*' d canc".. 1,"tlle"filIrdi.. ..'i.. 1 "ructQbei-. ....... .; ... .:t','. 11UI4fr.., ':.

it fresh and fatal the 1 How .do'h The friends of:JV A. BARBEE' t" 4 -
, Jiald hare inflicted on subject. Quere reports QJ- j> j-\- ...: ,- ,.:. ,- ; s--anj -' gatees, and persons entitled' to destribntion'areherehynotifie& '' -.f" 4GiTexu1derm7..haI4ftndthegres1 '

1ounds. 'of the Colonel to the 'Department nounce him ,as candidate for the Office of that all claims whatever nature IWiiI oftheSateoOridatthP _.." J
* '
the time he surrendered, Georgey wacearly be will be forever unless' : ..Capitol jD th "Cii.iot'T& .
At under Paskie. Washington and his letter to Gov. Sheriff of Duval' County' at tHe approaching' they may barr :
* surrounded by the corps they shall be presentedwithin two years,from .iu,;j, .see, thb to rtfa.fa o r Xii ,
and the Bm amounting tot Moseley correspond with each other \_ election on the 1st Monday in October : ',- < PI a-1 I :
l .next. D 1649
witch Hiynau the date of the first publication.hereof;}and allpersons .y 5penJence. e'r ;.
I r tear!ji 140100 men and was confined to a field The latter has been published, the former MANYVOTERSSept. indebted to the Estate are requested to -. '" '.b.'i.L'.i. ..' ': r

\ f operations containing little. more than eight ban not. In all these matters the .15th 1849. ;. ** .com. forward. and settle tllioir'' ec lts with < ''\VL, "D. !-.MOSELtt.ttlt".L .. -

,1 lantre miles. more light we hare the clearer,we can r* I.i .* .JOHN,JACKSON .\ Attest, !' t ernSDrf.t fI2f4Ui '
* The Wiener Zeitung of the 26th contains a The. ., Last. Bequest,. Ii. \ 'Dola' -
see.-Floriilian. ., sstK::: Executor, Tampa Bay/PIa' .t ; ,; a" ,y'
* report from Field marshal Von Haynan,stating TO ALL and singular th.young men of the Sept 8, 1.849--jJ *v ,. ,.9t- : "- : ':: .
l tb\the pursuit of the insurgents has been, attended United States of America in,the State of! ; Sheriasgale; ;; ;t .

\ with the most decisire. results, and that: IMMEDIATE ADMISSION OF Florida or elsewhere, being:' These present I.ONDOlf:milJSTtUD, PICKEL.S, vmT' Bota'Decretor ctro? 4'W '' t.v.:
tc .
1 whole Transylrania is now cleared. of the make known ; .B' w
' the that shortJy after the first Mon ,Saucc&c., A '
NEW MEXICO / in Chancery
CALIFORNIA. sitting In'.tJ a1i of "
few thousand ( the '
: rebels, and that only a day of October'next,the term"'ofoffic&of the vid L.Palmer
9 legion! are now between Mebedia aud : Mushroom Walnut itebu;* : Darius Ferris, gi 1lf X.' : ,
Polish .
We are glad to pee our old ally the undersigned will, by operation of the Statute / rietta n"rnardJamd
ArPickettf AmandaPars* .
Ou the 19th 72 pieces of artillerytrert such Salad Dressing for Chtcken j
Orsown. In case made and provided naturally ex Prepared L.obSters1. sODS and Thomas'
i taken in the Valley of Thot Varad, be Palmetto Banner, denouncing the insidious pired:-. &c.. -" .. "* '' ; aHolmesJIHrilt sein&'ftonof '

Iii longing to Versey's corps, the remainder of movement nnd purpose of theWhigsto THEREFORE, who-will: quit the state English. 'MuatIrd'in.pOund 'and.: "half-pound. the; Court.House,..in the.Tbwn of.Jacksen. T
.llernhb1fiMonday1ij ]
: ikich.consistiagof 7000 men, 1000 horses, 4010 admit New Mexico and Cal. of single blessedness [if;.there is such a thing]] bottles. -- tho usuajhoars ofSale-the October xit$ .tib6ftween

muskets, arid two field pieces submitted to the: ifornia.at once into the Union as States. and take to yourselves the only good half there Dunn's ,Chemic.'LU,1'repiLf d'. Chocolate. ,' for I'ropertytovi;, ; ,AU that; certain : following", .
20th Boros Jeno. Bern ; tract, piece.** /
thn at will Invalids ,
Russians on 'be of shall have LICENSE free of f"
you, your .
ud Guyon arrived during the night of 17th I The object of this extraordinary pro cost. 'Spanish'a French Olives, :Capers,'and Sweet. orparce1Af1land'lying, sitoate4 and being on:'J .

1,1 Sft& 18th, atDewa, where the avant guard of position is, as we have hitherto maintained OSCAR HART. Oil.Currie Bar th,St.' Johnsr,Rirer,in.Dura county. /JJetr,th'-I '' i .

dciuLaJerswas J'e ttrJay. The Hungarians to enable the Administrationto Jacksonville, Sept. 21. It Powder, Indian Soy. ,and'Cayenne Pi nud;singular including the the.:$.t teamSaw,UHi jL1.A1}' .

therert .sought for amnesty of24 hours GenerA buildings,teneiacnts nd *.; .
dodge the Wilmot Proviso question I per ments and,
LuiiTS which was allowed them. In the Atlantic and Calf Bail Usa4C.mpnuy. Anchovy, Shrimp'Bloater and CavierP&stes. ,appurtenenccs .theretojbelongiag.-t
and to the from Said ,tract,
toaucil or war that was held, Bern and Guyon save Whig party split RICh SAUCES every variety:i imported j jcnsh'as 'containing'ohejbondred"Bcre. ;'cft>' t

, declared in fivor of the prosecution of the war ting. Their plan is to bring New Mexico ReadingHarfeyJohn: Bull,'Worcester i .!land. TUOMa.S..LEDWaJJ1i.t.. fef 4

with left im- ana California into the "' , h ;SheriJF DtnaJCo1 ,U.
bat as this met opposition, they Union, with Camp, &- &c., &c. f
meJuiely, it is said, in the direction of Nuszberj. Constitution! made by Mexican Indian. p Preserved'English Fruits,'and Proyisi os. ''BJ'.4i1V. 'CRICHTO't.S.D..C1I.! L
bo '
broke out in in | ] is hereby given in pursuance of the 'Jellies Jams Marmalades Preserved Jamaica 1IeAug,2S9.. td sa.-c
A mutiny consequence .NOTICE a .
the of the insurgents, the greater part of ", Foreigners and Northern Abolitionists Section of the Act, of the General Ginger. '? ... ..._ ', .. "'-"' -, -' .: _., &rtit.. '

thom camp, 8000, surrendered to the Russians, with excluding slaveholders from I Assembly of this State, approved January, Real Gorgona Anchovies.' a ,TAX.:' ..L 1i..aT.K.2'IC1.. '

71 pieces of artillery ; 1000 men dispersed I carrying their property into that country 11th, 1849, entitled *(An Act to incorporate the Stoughton Bitters. -,, mHB, UNDERSIGNED. iTax: As8 B5sof'tilc1.L i..

themselves among the mountains, and the rest without waiting the usual period Atlantic and Gulf Roil Road Company? that I Syrup of every rtf* f ;- :Collector for:the county- t U at Stt&! '

4 to 5000 surrendered to the Austrian armyeorllS meeting oftbe.stock-holdersotaid company Liquefcs of the,choicest kinds., '' of Florida, hereby'gites notice thai bewi1)rs" ,
and the
and were led to Tetueswar. Gen.Dessew- unual course'.,of events. All other will be held at the Florida House, in the Cityof Ijondori- Pickles,' ''Cho1t''Cho1fPlccaUU'Gherki ,tend, **for.the laat.time," ttlh6 following'tl'taw -V .

flr has placed himself with his staff underl.itllteMnt Territories have firm had Territorial I St. Augustine, on the 29th day'of October, Onions,' &c. '-' aDd:>places:;for the -parposaf'OfCUUect *thr-"*,

hl'lh.llV aU moo en. The siege Governments established by Congress, 1849, at 12 o'clock, M,for the election of seven PAUL:DB VERB &.CO'S flavoring extracts Revenue" fortha: State,for the yeartM9vjjb3t. .

rTene-w.ir will remain one of be most rewtrtibie and after the lapse sufficient time for Directors of said Company. for Confectionary Creams,'Jellies. &o{viu. ;At C. S.EmerTsStoreM. '. ndanifthelthrintt. JJ z1CI&Y. ,
iu history. The city was bombarded L In behalf of the Commissioners, __ Lemon Mace 'Nutmeg Peach* .7 '<, :; 1;; '
the. accumulation of a respectable white ... '
from the 11th to the 17th of June incluaire D. L. YULEE, Vanilla Celery Rose" ,' Orange Peel { ;John Johnson's House,. Baton. ;.bIaD!-b. 5

and from the::h to the 231 of July with bombs:, population. from. the old. -Statesputnum-. Sept.29th, 1849. 5t ,Ginzor Clove Almond !Ne tarin ,&c.: ,..TueSday 11th instv #**, ,'. i .., 4 ]

presides, and IS and pouuders; and- 13.000bjiubs Denng the Indians and.foreigners, then, .. Notice. : ; The above articles, and many others the !At CoUJohnVBroward's Rouse. Cedar.. CreetupnThurfiday ::,. ,
which have fallen into that city, have and not till then, have they been admit-1 I choicest kind are imported from the principal I3th"instvi. I"-. i XJ "V.
WEEKS after date A S. '
the :
reduce'it ruins. SIX undersigned in England.. Forale bwer than' r. Bi.ThompsonV Store Bl&c .CreeV ;
to a heap ouses ,
i led as. States. This was the case with will'apply to the Honorable any IonJaY,11thinst.- '. ... ... '
llussk had obtained from Austria that Hungary 'thJudg&or house in the U ited States,by >
the Territories formed of the Louisiana Probate for the : ( ) :.: 1 ,
tt'.St '
: should have a separate line of Customs county. ,for Letters ofAdministration GEORGE RAPHAEL, : l J nJfiC"

Hnl should not included within the Customs1 l Territory, with Florida, (Texas .on the Estate*'of Lewis Wil- 263 Pearl Street, U. S. Hotel, N..Y. .."Y'A.W'Th. -",;..;. --Jt'? t" -; : ,-v"t.,1t'; I
ford late of said
union cube Austrian dominions. was governed when admitted while County, deceased Perfumery in 'variety".Imported' and' omss 110US ,,4JAomuy) ," OZI.iAO.it
by sYLVIA WILFOB.D. every .day l9thinsL .". -- :" ,! _i;''' ..-# 1.
It is stated that the great b11kotthe Russian Domestic.' .. :J'-4 '.
from the-old State in fact with > -
men ,) Jacksonville ; : Atthe Conf
29th. '
Sept. 49; : House
is ibout to be withdrawn from ., : Sept. 84j. $1 t. 'Jn' JckontilT ,J on..Thur
nriuj Hungary -
If g ;
all the seventeen States, which have II day, Friday I1net 2atUrtL1 the' '
: : if' i
an.llh..t I 9 camp iratively small number these T .. ;.IJlSt
been added the Notice.TirTE PBffCBB. BAKK11 ".J' 1. J. ,
troops will! mnun in the Austrian province to original thirteen. :& .: ___ 1..t 1T"' 4i
until of The ole of the HEREBY caution all persons from It is hoped thatai;persons whtffepaid S
ihep.icification Hungary is complete.The object Whigs in proposing V 'tt_ atawJucki. ; 'their r soij H
T William Taxes/wil be
exordium of Prince Paskie witch's despatch the plan of admiiing trusting or crediting Godfrey T' ;; puictual5'ki ?
extraordinary on our account or on account of' 'Partnership viLle, !la;' tbo above :apjiointni ent .anti
to his % ; any ; t1byjy
: the
.Majesty Cz.r the .
words namely, i New Mexcoand California, with which be may pretend exists between him -' ".' .. -i enforcement othe Law' .. ---w""
Hungary lies at your Majesty's feet," and Will practice in.the several Courts,in'the Stern .;, .-:Hour of ciL''li
his excited the con:titutions formed by a population incongruous vs. 'The 'said Godfrey; having failed to MtendAnceTrom'lQ Ve ,
indignation of the '
Austrian army Circuit Florida ; in the U. S. District r: "f ". "-:-'. *' *..- ..r3rt.r.
3.PW. '**
: ( -
fulfill his ; .
,and the Austrian public at large in such a in its material, foreign in its engagements with as,.the contemplated Northern "' ": :. '- '., _. ." "-if 1
Court District of Florida .1' i
Partnership between him the undersigned 1 : 4.,. A. C.\.01..ltr :
that and -, c ;
war, no further cordiality can possible and majority of it hos- ; I
origin. a :
actually : the Supreme Court,at TalkV.: ; e '
txist between the never went int operation:' : : : 'Tax.ksscsor: ntld C'11 t r.-.D.cl aJakotivi1lSept.isv
two nations.
ile to theold, Stale* and pecrally to : v- hasaee; andprosecute claims .. .' : '. '
JACOB F, GOODBRE AD. ; 19'U;; 4.31
According of the .. ,
one Vienna journals "i .
.before and the j : :; :.wt :'-\Y
States Congress r.
is J
he Southern enable *
Scssoth and Bern have to Southern GEO W. S. WALPRON. j- ---,---:- ': ,
succeeded in '' 'i'r;
reaching of r
AJrianople, where permission was given them Whig politicians to continue their Suwanee. Shoals, Col. Co., Sept. 29,'.49. 3t.lNotIce. Departments ernment Goy c. i.! ,. :Notice.: ._ ." ,.'i't:,. :

Ii: topro5eed to England.Uwrgcj's fellowship and association with Northern ----- "-." '-" ;waabmx..' 'J.l TVrpTrcBris"hereby' : ;gi'f',.! afI Te.Ie1b' .

; is still at .. .. ;. A :.k | mjr'petitiori beiore; the ;u'oaorabietth.4j '1' '
corps Villagosh. After Wilmot Proviso men and Abolition- ( ,'i1t. '" <. ton.. iUourt otrobatIo : i
Davi '
I living surrendered their arms pro forma they THE undersigned having 'been credibly in JcL kRo8EILT B x.. '. : 'S'SPE: CBLJanG t -1 ** ?t : ountl, ying u .
il\tl well
as ,as to ..sllve. Gen. Taylor $ Igfltq1flyIOwe1out
late again been in thata, 'number"of-articles"were utlbeE4ate both
put possession their I
horse!,and muskets.INTELJIGENCE guns, from being put to the test of vetoing ,or saved from his house'On the night of ,the:fire, --. ;z- 9)7. .: : : '" 'i real and that and 'B"fh11 persotiaJ,*of vt.1.i.HenryHartley.d.._ .t-_' **_ &'H.*_ r -asedi_-i. *. .' r "w j

i.approving'the'Proviso.. Either .course, to wit: several'trunks'containing'clot hingl a : : \H e.JAcasoNyuLEAngtIst.... ',' --:t: --;:::-. -'i ,.'10IlWl".,,. .
'mahogany ,ork .fJtan and several ihermninoiaiticles / .1:A* i :?.nitij **jpnai,oc*. *?
: FROM THE IIDn hi 'pari', it iI'seen, .wo ldbefatul:; ],toWbiggery. 21,1849.TTAVING *,.. Court, foran oer,JQ :
would .
I respectfullyrequestihose'persons'who ,left the 8tate for: California : I T aYathe.siiu.-ussigue4 tA
If Southern of ; to .
GOLD DIGGINGS.We ,men any may have possession of th'em,1 or know JLJl* Jiare, transferred,my ,business t ,CuL "EK bC$4NNA5IlARTLEY; : ";; t '.
Widow and
I hare a few days later from party, Whigs orDemocrats, approve the where they maybe found, to:give,hIm inforina.. SamuelSpencei"who'wi1l,1nconjunct1oi; < with' >- Adni'tX U.'.' njJIartIeyeci '. '

,.' ttii American river gold washings intelligence from Yerba, immediate admission of New. 'Mexico, ,: ionj; or return the' articles and they'shall:'be Mr..Baker, prosecute. _all unfinished business to- *-, ept< .rn. r.\l-.- .. I849.... .. ,4'f'- 1

; *w from Feather rirers. The news is unimI -' and California aa States, we cannot ,bat. liberally rewarded. 1 close. ',., ..* r """' .- r-t. '>. "-v-*- -I'a. .?r"JawfcF ', ..4tJ '
]I & Many of the deposites of the Rio regard it as. cowardly, if not. a, most I PHILIP ERASER.Bept.2249. The Militia claims'in 'mJ will be at. wotics-. ; Y,,; '
-v- .
Americana :__. Vw': rman, 1' ,; ,; ; ; UT ,
have become nearly exhausted ; but surrender: Southern : '. :: .. ; -J tended ,by myaelf, yin; connection: with CoL < : :, '
corrupt ; right8andJntere'ata V -. ,4 '
let ciscoreries Spencer and CoL Charles E.t5herman ofWasliington : nts I
erery day occur and since the :
Bra I.InBd Roller flellOaIGlia' !> .Cypun.Croes. .,
[ iwfc hare abated, the researches hare in to Northern in upnce.- ,and every effort_made' by,us jointly to :'" ;' f l ; a

i aMncejprored flatteringly successful many The \Vh politicians have .always' on THE Subscriber. and begs tbePublicto to'calrthelattention his of 'prosecute' them.to A successful t result.J'have; npUB JL .Defendant and all ethers isttfestfeet;*r.% '

I umstant accessions to the mining community every question, a*'far ,as' they dared, or, nhequalcd no authority,to collect,the money.due on these ; herebynotifiedof.the; : ;i amehcemeatof : :
Gins the this
Sea Island Roller r ;acknowledgedexcellence suit returnable
i *i Wang place and claims as 1 have! always preferred o.Isye what- to'al1mice'iCoiHtt-o 1J .
many of the old washings couM cheat the people of the, 'South into 5 t.,
of these Glns'requires no puff: .all held '.at Jacksonville'on theof : '
.entirely ever be appropriated pUced in the 'i nlJ1( 1' I 3
occupied by new comers. TheI < ;.
I Jo$of the last form distinct .approval eurrenderod:to the.North. who use them say they cannot be beat and are hand's of a lJ1l11"paymaster, such aa'the'pariles:, Septembernext,and JCO APpear.ZDdp ; :
year nearly a .' of. Benton the best Gins, use. : *. tkesame. : ..' .:' -." i
-the '
i of the laboring class and invariably Except .in cate :among 4 4 wl ? 1" interested may select.7 fter the act of their relief. :

; to the newer and ,more distant the:Democrat*, we',hope better'things. : The Subscriber has on hani.ft Iarjestock of *. fcV. -c" ,QREGORyYALB.f!!, ; .iniuner.myhaaJ ;an4q.; ,. ?4 ':

epaisbetore! the Doubleand Single Breasted,Gins, .hd takes into :A\tgut.28ft If t; : 1 ." i if .. { ALJ :. &7ezth diy. A i3. .*
advance of It is rearonable calculate hat r : : :
strangers., very (to .. .consideration ,the1 low_price of.Cotton, and : ..'. ,1849. '"" .. ,. ---tvll'd;.
jaJ Of rttf feeling prevails except in' the California, ,Jet alone; and,,not, h rriCdiiuoaStatebefore hard times,'and will sell,.them'at low prices.-!.' :. .', ,. '. ; aa9; : >, AsHi ._,\CBICHTOyh o" I
foreign encroachment,for oar:people I Address,T.' VANCE .St. Geo pHK.! BOOKS of subscription the)capitalJL : GJiutIc''Dtt -
; and also '
I lit aitai h i she in in a state fit to Marys ,. eacWDfivaJ Ce U t'4
: ,
determination the '
to expel : to the following agents:. / fViliatonga&AwitajCentemU }, stock of the Atlantic and Golf JlailKoad ,' "' "4
lcranta of other nations from the mines and be admitted into the: old: partnership, .,. '' .,_ bV" VC =1. ep -ya'a: *, -
"Augustme <
.., Companywill opened TiTtKe'City'oI: : ..:', -, :.. & = :_ .' ,
: eo. : : -
,9 ,
ro eaeot is become '.lf, : : .
in- 'I'
A very general ODe we are ( may ( a holding:fcountry I. at ;the offieeof Wm.A.tForward. ,'Esq B.b :; : -
.JIlV"'I1BI'AL -
fB. DeLbrm '
The F ; Dariari/Gebl l_ 1 .. ': .
i UJ roads through the country are .The' Cotton Sugar] and Gold ? at nine o'clock'A &L on Tuesday.the 20tbdiyof ; .,-
.iLIi,Chilenos and New Meti cans'return- : : mining, BLfFl":Smith,ChMestoO.'Car6lin.. 7; ; :'t PUcWf 9fiu iJj -t '- 8.i; .", '
a-demand. for : September'next,and..will be.ontinedopeui I; r: -:
1'1 Cram the would create ;negroes.Tbt "SB: Thompson"Btack ree1r'-'E."Fra. ,
5Plo1edtoeiel Placer. No violence has yet been the Northern:4.b litiCnilltli.doubt .:A. Duaba&.CoKing: ,"Fey1an&Tr' ;.1.. .until.the whole stock is taken. *?$&<.% % ?{.' .*j. T t X !Y $". ; ? t
these people audit the date : .'' 4 :
0' {, 4i 'In behslfoftheCoaunlssloners ,. r" ,
100 ? f .4 .
"aUl''w I. > : A.D1Sawtf' k
.last&dncea ((22&July) all WM quiet l lt'u.think- probable;, 'and. ;hence they ere ,. j' .n I. '. t- : ., '
tL .f ; "TtAS vii t: -, 1.<: .ai: V" &b'..W4E&: .J .I-tj. .'. \.f 4T '
"eout the gold region. want, to. ".make .California. a, !State. .forthwith .?, 22-1-iSt9.. ,!tJJ ., .August, '1849. U". 4 G',1B, raJrDlJl. bfateiIZi _,0. .f, ..i'.s" .'.' j
Very riehdeposits have .been'found.on;.the 1 -'' S p'l ,. .: _: .1.r...-3D..,2 l.. .:.- T_ -.. .._, __.. .:"P"-h infiban,4-:,: ,
Iorth with o'constttutioa r -- -' '----r"- a c 'excludingslavery \ 1hi, .'fvn-l
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h01.Fork of the American river.. .At a .placeJiggJngii1i :the Proviso .I?H '.L.lP..B U A04SWILL : ., .. "RCk.8BvJUe adeia.rpHE .: uae VI.Jjunoatr'' tJ.j ...._'", .., r." 'e.- ".!.:. .p'. J..t i. 1't
,to' Wilmot SECOND :' ,
or ft..4'
8uuth'Bar v.been attenorlUD ; pass : TERM, wlll.co eQ'e.'OI 'j' a

I'ith'e good There is:. story by Congress to effect the same purpose: ATONi', ", "" ,, .s 'J1; oijl i\iii ,Mr3di(11a,.. : h'"Qr. H' ,itUr.' < ii iU14 4Tj :,
.r .' : ,. t. 1 'iiJal
t ; < ="' if
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j v 'ter12. ,.1r. e1.j1t.t.. tes .q.. : 'UP il1 fg / '
ruu who has recently arrived inthi.IGoQ .I :Now,the SoUthern Whigs,ctht vote forthe 1il1.iuo '!. = Wi1: rJ '" "VH t ;. :, -"D : ,
rr f hiving taken in one week'upward* 'of : : Ct. atK I Musae3wheA pa'meat l 'm* iti J Iu.4rarce'wm .. I.: t 7
.1 '
: and 'Geo ,
latter Tayloj ouJa.reel ." '. J' -> .
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II '. ; j' I' ; .tJ. oJ"" if .t boreceiv c1'Co-l 'nQd a h'i .i ;
COld t ( .
unaided ;
from and this .
one r
spot .
J:4 .
: tk common mining Implement The re-; unpleasant approve.or,to veto, but the. JL'LEjIF 'i at $4,,:;' &. ;R rot'O at''thgh :' 'RenrWtGro .il. 1.'l1i .., .'.' ,': .
attend to any,professibaal!basiness I : ; ;J" '.hL ,'IJ atd i&" '
them and 'h' > otlf
;North can haveherwaywith .w.gusuuranc iU' 'S
8MrallJ Mcredited in the North. 'he 1 .. ., 4 j"- "-} "' .if" ; / :
Can ; to hin id therCdurts Tof I > ; f '.
'"erage per man, from the best antbentiDt govern them as',usual just: (well, and, : ; the' 1 t' : -j1 ; 'ALLrG., 1\ Lriia1le.' / JW.B }r. .Jt ;
'rand 'i'c- .
Eastern Circuit IhelSuprema('Courtg::at J sl ''L .> Pif 17 Caroline BoutcUW .,. '
ea !?' *111 oar.poa.tess1oDJ can to safely 'securealler. : :purposes, by ,admittingNew i ; > Il1ahase 'io-thu'.ao: such..anadvahta- :t' '!fF ..' 'r17. 'r'"i { J."f l ."1' Vtf drfii3m44 f qJf + ;
; ,
ounce. There are many- who Mexico and Slatenextictiion nnectionwithanibli| IiCtkWsi8h. : f Mew 9eofes 1 'New Baefca 2 1" '' ".0 "01 :' ,..4J'li. '. .,
'firbetter : ;
: ( asa,: : pGUS .IVD.paOtl0D'VI .. .A.\ual.. .. ,
than this. while there others'roeure .. t
are : :
'ie, lrCely this sum; of Congreis I 1 v:'Iftbo::same ngton. collection City.,aa of"will Biiolrclaima ensure.as"promptADCIA. ;.. be placed spee 'fJ-TUsr.;" .bez'-Reeeived. Jf ii and J1ij for; "sale l '!by.the t.THB '''.sabscriBy ".--*'" ..iioMerbt._ 1L .. -. 1':. t 4MIn r.l:..' ( '.Ii.; ,.'" .";'.. .. 'I,,... ''<-4 j.,, '

bhtYerba ri er about 50 miles from its I mass of the people; whoejnireets are4ll1i 'V' y" -4 .IAf1IJ&II: >,. }
V '*' '1 ,'" 'IS* ** "? '* in bU'hand*against e Unit=2o.: 'I'r'ji'. .) : CR TER.Q WLC N'sjw'1Ii 'Rnit.tJ''(,_.i..t" 'I1WUI $ ,-.. -.
1JAlhiap hay, 'be recently-' dis- y in.the protection:of their !.1 /'.f P..itibJiFe; Cc- 1; di ,
: :8ept8thi849at. ; "f } ;&Wmr .li
*- .'' .* i. ; ..511'"i. 'Hj ., er Wj '9ii..
t ,
,1r tre Ie it represented' the. miners are f '-J' TJ._ '- i. ,'.'4'"' 4' "JU'-,.. { .r .. ., WneeOcJ _.; N-i ''i .p: I .
'P'1l1&CCeqrul dia'JJP ;rsgt.bonand. ,property, ,and not,in ;., J '1 ,M.1..1.,. ,. 1 if1iitWRr: ui'. {.IIIam JIiit h .
On Feather riTer.i -. ,.-:-, :A'c' 2"'r',.' 1ll : A1.OtOOMZi: ,&., ." .,, r.nultH .6U o j 4 ." .
: .
l r. officeseeking.! !are properly enlightened,' ': tK .v : .... ;. 4
repQrte4 to have been made; .;Qtt:months afteri date I shall present.my;ao* -. .THEjPATALERB.QR' ,. Yt&.tartJtefOid t. .'. ,j..' '.
trr. ta the" .f ly warmweath, *has they. \ illiotiustainenysetof":1caderewhuse : : ;O>.;wunts andTouchtothbJ9aJudgeo( ." ,.1'the- "OmaSesa:-14Bl lilB' _f r :;l ..., t.'i't., '.,t, ..''.. I'> ".' .. ', '

.tottcootOajg,4b. ;' the' aaoontofJlatifery -*object t*is'?tbe> spoils,.iri'>, -such.a- :. Probate: for.;:Xipouty,*f&'Wfl .:!:; M .aA"1Eii P. i ,r... -".;..;.. ".I"'ti V' : .'I.1081&,:i:' .,'.. "r ,. "

: Ipp h ndI f!l.aei:ire' I.nhnraefulsurrender, to7Free SOil m.- :.: 's zi.'. ,Jid' ..cPP1.' OT" .a disctirge_ ALMrU1Ii.deoease4X *' -.I 4 ;:ftllt ;.K t-25. t .I r.1''h J-i'CJ' g'. -t...- .,"', ./J: I.)'{,: .lM' .,, ." 444jt.c
esteSdrauento! .' ValleyJ : Ibe:Soui& should! lookio; it-cveryt ia tbr 0." twe estAt .'00""; ; "..'" ."e "" .."-_ _: ::TIm.V1BGINo.TnSUNt: .A.Ui &'i3 ''mAii'.o '... '". '

F : hal the. aconrgp of feverffwill: $eilflsiBsoni ; : Lowndes county"Georg < jai' i1ff i 1.1 B ,iilj 1atJl ltjit i l t&; !f" ,,&" !.,.3;-:'b"' ; -: t' t. .., _
__ .tjiiisaubuld 'ifee ilann I .X orJ "" !" ; .; I
bd.al as t1 e fmterID..m e '' : .
'J v.. :: .I.'t\, o. .'t" !" tj' l' T} iWMDBEANC1ldm't,, : : JN J4'fCHABL'.JJ* : ..f.cJ.ttk'ctt': C ; > : :" '
not so seicrif. thwe of the prerT' '_71'', '..Q ctt '''l<<'1' #:<; :Y. :. Lj.fsioaJo 7 AU, -J --,' ,::"'':f"t fi.'t ** .
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.-,- r*J a r ;'b S sSRK-&.Ia ju-aa ir.NZtd doBUSINES& lii'iLUUenl fevers <
v j -
JNSTlTUTIONiWILL'BB all iho wnoi.rs (onus of
the first Monday in June next,at 9 otolock, AM+ 1
lecU.arOfStateScaOrs. JacksbuYffle East Florida/ ; M > > nM S Hi fNl T'S '" .
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;jI. A VACANCY having occurred in the office Separate rooms-will;be fitted mpor the accommodation ,- % T&TEL1 at,

: ji p ) .of State Senator,in jtheeighthf natorialWiitrict of young Lads and'.Misses, where :
Jbj"iE8"deatji of Jtton.;James H. T.Lori' they-will be instructed in theElernentary tbofferief cry.facili yttoOffice <' i:& ?Km ; *l/<* -

ill! aer, andiathetUrteenthSenatorialdUtnct by higher brcheiEducatioan& of on' English-and nikasica] andfre t? i4TowzsvID'a SALtU41U.1 -
k t I tU'resignition of B qni'J. Sanderson, alto,in young' men will be fittedtCor Gpocls consmne to $ -

; akr tb fifteenth Senatorial;district by.theresignatioi College professional life;m thf Latift*fl't. -- 1for.tbiA'genea) po.trat&on otjh&eett
of Hon,LouU AldrichIt it hereby Ojr4titdt Greek classics-, and in the Phil sohiAIi1 TheirS i !ah -'.
) g That aaj jelection be,held in .said districts;onM Mathematical sciences.f&c; "*s'TittlrtiB ted convenien! .t6*h* 1 : err causes;produced by ip3ijj't

i ad&y,'the first day of October -next, to fill J r Palatka, St>John's lL. Physician,,and is the result of an ext n-* accidental;:*" sTi --i,, .

g IdffDd&- wilt beViwde in W four qu ters; 1849. fc i! oJ practice of set ral years-iin a. bilious clir 4 I'g-, n umore rpisg
Given under my hand, and the*seal, of -.-- Save 'themselvC oraUngefff( : eta
r r ofabbutI 2 wek&eacbw1th, intervenIng y'ca fl ;' n$ ; ( 'j *ms ,- Those who -nsetltit. f fir ontbeburn&xnsJ1
% the State of Florida, at the Capitol ti6nst: The day vfrill havejwq se iohsVthejflrst 'Parier's. 1ueut I Ii1 Ittlm14We t. wenkieu ndi1sa it trvm11kratoueo.becom.robust -.
,? ,'. L >i v' inthe City Tallahassee,this from 9 to'iSf M, and the .second tro3 & f'P.1 :lJ' meals In evidence of itit'greal value, ,The.health' sndfull t
fiiu..] 26th day of JuneA.D.1849aUd, MWediiesday..mormnga/wjn'.De1/ Appointed,to1exercise's 11 pi.r LL '" u M .j-hisben ; erf yfTe pr j>Jby- .itainfience-It
';iit TSdtyear.pf American Independence. '
; '
.Jn'EnglisVcomposition and declama* .L-.w'1nbove Paept ,- otrlFemIJc1za'e
? .
.- /.V lI
: ,. turn. i -f. Mi.jS, for Baidiinfringeraents- : ts oeratipn !snoimpiyt uspend great.causey barrenness, -
:' V t /: kW--$ MOSELEY. After'the first term, ncp pilwfll'be received,' Merchant, Daniel.* !yisaSrfor a Mme, but to ptiriry '& : It

jI; Attest:' A. E.:Mixwstii See.State. except at or, near.the beginning of the 'session. Barney,or eithefjof-them /and restore' it Dd'peifccIi. de1icateuaur. -toezh1bjtjt

Ii1y7, 4g.j ; tloct and- -,no'-. pupit.forlesthan"one L. term.., under a power.of r A small nZV webntthel uses rtreatmentersignea. medJue can :

4 J.l Executive "Department, ) day January..1848, as ani m'bufldreds.ofcaseabaye Leattpc
t TALLAIUSSKK, June 26th, 1849 J Readin&tWriting- and.Arithmetic, $6,00- was revoked by nieon tn ,' 1fl57i$had c',gratis of the _un., TQJIUt
r ? aed
1kQ 4' 184JX. '-ZEBULON t byeakne
1 Gn.ZL&LOtDU&r Higher English studies,,;],-. -vij) -r, .8,00 > an&Ienei1W-
? the3
L/ K'iT! election is hereby 6rdered to be held inJ Philosophical and Classical studies, ... 10,00 Newark, Ohio, May 19, i Also,3. nura'efbni cerlifiatei frbWtncnV the >r :dIicilsies.an jp continuaU .byi paii'ug sgttk 'Qti

: % jan: J the first'Division YIorida'MiUtia, One half!the price of4uitiori,according to the resDectubilityV testitiiiz'to creat ..medwin\ha I vthgkown -
ofjthjs medicine canbe8 en on.appljl- effected
.& the first Monday in October next, at the places studies rpursued,' will >be expected ih.advance, :TO Farnici-s ;
appointed"by lawfor the election of,County and the balance at the end of each term. 9"Board A NtHONY & 4 to i". hearing recommended for juc
Oficera fora !fajor Generalto command said will be provided .Town at reasona-i'. tI BLE-ACTING ; :L T.'q : 'descrihed obtained a.
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r? 'j Dltiaioni to fill'the Vacancy occasioned by the his rates per month,-for Pupils from'.the.country -hang adapted to Warm Agentsfor YaconZldan4 rz-9. !'of awoparilla and folloite4 the drectlci ,
;. resignation of Gen. William Bailey.Anda'a" and'Parents and Guardians who may de! tpras easily this efl'ectu1 from sweet Jackonvi11 ,'Feb24,1849. '6m1r -)4Tjji1S gavemeIna ihortIJ.t
sire to arait'themselves of the facilities this brbgipg lad restor.edifheT t&jlieaUhratelul.for
Ic election is hereby onlere'd to be held proprietors, feeling B ,
f in the second Division the Florida Militia on Institution for the education :of their children hesitate to pronounce it COMP.OHNP.JSXTBACT v > + "A. ., the benefits :he mtited
r c thf first Monday of October next,'at the places and -others, may; be assured that noaexertion: eb.bi ibe public. Tlje : pleasure*thus,lackiowledtia*imendingjit
4 appointed by law for the election County Of- will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and Agency,, "" '- This Extract put up w ,$ crtqltZes-it is 'to the,public.. -
in knowledge1 of all:* who 'be. Nth2.'JOHN M. .MOORE, cgr. of Grand& Lydi4 .
I; flcerij'fora Major General Command said Dirision progress may times'cheaper, pteasanterl and warranted su*
! ,i to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation entrusted. .. to the care of the Principal. second And story in order, corner to convince f toany* *' -sold: It v *:e&di, ?sewitb ** t -Alb nyug.1844.. ,

f of Gen. Jani G.'Cooper. RUFUS* K. SEWALL, Principal isfy the .\ ffirgifyjncRmingofdejbilifating the pa- |i MOTHERS AND MARRIED I/En*? -
I. Officers, commanding Brigades, Regiments N. B> Pupils in Town, will be expected to A CHURNING-* and is particularly adapted.a :. :i"i.i !,' ThisExtractof arsaparillahaibeeneiprtsti >
BattalHons and' Companies 'within the State provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen The public afe invited : FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.. ly prepared "reference to female Mtt fAo

h, art hereby required carry.into effect this or4er ded. [Republican copy.]' c hine,- and see its utility great beauty and superiority of this Sar .female who,;has reason to SUJ5O shi lt

jI !; within the limits of''their respective comAaadi. May 19.* '-1349., *" ,*-tf'ra..: L l lowing raloableqasliiies! :,:J' saparilla ovriiII'Oth Freth dieii it era- preaching that criti period, ke tort of Ef&
: 'and make returns according to law. : ; 1st. It produces butterjn lU dfciit 'diseM ,it Sntig'orateit'he 2 should'neglect to 'takeltfis it is to.ceffaitf tnprTentive
;; ; .T?. .. W. D.MOSELEY. A -: from three to eight minutes, Mbody. consumption ;cured, T*> anyof 'nnnMoti8MKi ccttlfe;
4i Jul774g. ttoctt. SIX months after date I shall present ,my acl l less time. : "cleanse d strengthen, diseases to which females sire subject-atiife:
., counts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of 2d. It produces more butter >consumption can be;cured,- tirneiof lifej Uhls pericd-nray U delatedffcV
; Xucie. County Tax Collectors. Probate of Columbia county, for a final settlement o milk$ or cream,than the bronochitis, consumption,.liver complaintj several years: by using this niedieine. Xw h hv
I SALE.BY and ask a discharge,from ; ,adminisirdtion i its work in a more thorough colds coughs,catarrh, .sthma'spit., 'less>iraluabr< for those *'wh'ovaie appmdkj
b11 virtue of the power rested in me b jaw. of the estate of'Samuel 'ALEUiot,' 3d, .It is the (Cheapest and tingofbloenssnthe hcst "womnniocd as it Is calculated to ussftnatn-t'
'.ii 1L Ihave levied upon and1 will expos < xr deceased. ,late of Columbia county. ever ciples invented of butter, involving making. ,the.. = hectic fiusbnigbt'eAtTdiffi.? I "by quickening the blood and'l&tigetctbci

f r? tale at Fort Pierce, (there being no Court House MARTHA W. F1TCHETT, 4th. New milk, after being :,. ?' cult or profuse'expec*' -. system Indeed,this medicine is in&haUi kr--
! in the county ofSt. Lucie.:) in the county of St. Administratrix of the Estate of S. W. Elliot. ayita ble for family use.Sill. toration and pain all the diseases to which'women sobjwt

' 1 'it Lucie, Florida,on Monday, the22d day of October July 21,1849. Cm ; Instead of feeding the in the side,KC,,. It brace the whole systtinj'rentKs f trt- iently
r 4' A; D., 1849, between the usual hours of from tire cnw-churned sweet have and 'the1 natural entrgies by r ttOTii-jriU
sole the following described tract of land, or A10 purpose*. By this means the can bet 4 ;impurities t Of the-body-' to f&rstia.iilataf'

*r? ( so much thereof,as will pay the State and Coun LADY, who has had several years cxpcr-. lues We offer it upon. the -" cured. '-. the system as ; assessed thereon for- the 184' A not proved 15 -' tlftn--'Whlft 18 tu fflSO ni'rr.Jie* rroAt ,rm...1..'
1i1 tylTaxes, year ience.inn finishing school for Young Ladies and the wjllbg Probably ther never jffas Aremedy; that'ha s
r' ;.' and 1848, unless the taxes thereon and the costs ,is desirous to reside in Florida ; and, there We have money constantly on band sosuccessfuiin: desperate cases consump- forfemale siici'diaeuse,1
:4 are paid before the day of sale, to wit An Island f ore. wishes to take charge of an Academy for rent size $3, $4, |5. 80;-'$ : aa'this;' cleanses[ andj"strengthens the -DISEASE OF THE >BEAfl1VP..
": X' containing 3,600 acres of land, lying and Young Ladies, or to hear of some healthy pleasant churning at onetime 1f, m?and 'appears'to13 heal the ulcers'pii'the .1 TUMARDDROFSYNEwYoitx'JuJy -

* being in the said county of 5t Lucis, called town, in which sufficient encouragement 'o milk cream. Al*> and the patienta'gradually regai 'their ; 22,164&
p "Marratt's Island," situated near Cape Canav will be given her to establish a school for Young order. ( .. health and strengths; ti ie B Ds.1TcwNsrwn..Deor' fir.My "ii bu

, 'J eral, in the River Ys or Indian River f granted 'Ladies, in which will be.taught, all the Branches .i n ExcIuMve thVState's country uf North rights and,to, US ..CASE, OF CONS UMP TION., .been'afflicted =with a-disease of the IeitIJLd.
1 to Don Juan McIntosh by the Spanish Government with terrible-, rupture for
. of a complete Education, together with xnd Florida, fo'r sale at about There is scarcely,fa day,passeibu there.are oierften-yeu1;'
* A. the 18th of May, in the year 1803, and Music.French,Painting,Embroidery,&c. Ref dollu re for each'lO.OOO' niier of cases of Consumption reported as the.greater part of tie titte; She 'has beta'troubled
measured and laid off to said.Mclntosh by Geo. erences, as regards her success and capability Ternw Cash A discount JfVthe us'f of Dri Towiisend'a Sa ai1Ia with shortness breath and great fltftering .
:' J. F.Clark the 2d December 1817 will be the trnd of-the heart/whieh 'has' been-
,on as as a teacher, will be given. Any one wishing to to ., ; r centlyeceiveth' terjtatressingj
: een.by the plat and survey thereof; which .engage her services, or who can give the abo ie All ,ord. rs,postage paid, :D, fiih-jDea Sirs* :;For >thevlast: and 'has frequently ben tiiwbl 19
:' ,fl 1 -taid.3,600 acres are assessed in eaid St. Lucie l Information, get her address by;'apply ing t ier, will be promptly. attended 'i have bcnfliicted.'aithgeneral; leave- her bed tTheruptare'WRSTery 'brfi; >
1 Bounty to John H McIntosh the T. years and s veri. She tried almost ,iuedy frr
Editor ot'the "Jacksonville News.? every
No.2 John 6ility'flfl31 net jronsconsuniption! of t he last
Amount due for Taxes for lS47 $22.27 street, A % such cases' with little'-benefits *
> HVheo sit
June 2d, 1S48. .3m. July 21-2m.CORDIALS. and did not ekjiect f 6 ever gain health
.4 ; my
I, '4 a a c 1849 26.73 had;taken but-three bottles of exetllen
all. After tlftiragh a'coufse-ofiaiedf-
Add costs, STATE OF FLORIDA.To medicine she wns entirilyreli 'ved cfthe dheaie
;; : ./ S C. L; BRAYTON. / &c.-. under the re'ooni'ofthernostdistii ofthe heart,'and. the rupture has ahnostv*'
All to whom:hc:. Presents, shall .come, anJ membepa
; Tax Collector uvd Assessor of St. Loucie Co 'Greeting: V Absynthe, Lemon- 4'i; :regular physicians ofjhe 2 tirey-dis ppeared. '

, ti1; July; '4, 1849. tdosi&ulrm Lawrence Ryan .has applied to ron, Currants;;. Preserved ,Health in.jNewTorkj.anJ ;elsewhere,', Sheliasalth. bad the dropsy and "WHTtT
the most at-
earniii in
WHEREAS Letters dismissedy from, the Estate mon and Lobster.in cases, pending' jif.my ,l much sw6llen. "VVe hud 'to idea tha1icti1%

to h'ealth and I'pad-i
: Judicial Circuit Circuit Court p ers., Currant' ; regain 'my after be benefited Lehad.su.h'a
Church, deceased Therefore ap ccuIIicalk
George all
,j! of ttt. John*. ,'aste,Refined Liquoric'el & in'iothepiiperofyOur SjirsapaHlld I resoJ diseases. ,But it hapj it
r Peter Benet Administrator if persons interested are hereby notified to file Dec. 9' 'tr.' try Jitt?''After!using six bottles 1 found it her osgtrnnge as ffiaytf-
; of the
f Francis P.Sanchez,deed., et al: their objections, if any hey.have, to the issuing t < great good, [and called to,gee. ; you at "p.earrelieved thai *hJ8 st&tcment is dropsy.*, 1 am swats!
toj&truiigi to
; vs. In Chancery of said Letters six months after date,.other C H A It' E. SD '; witn yoursaa.vicel &ept on, anado. as ti-m
'almost JiKenction.Jtmt itis. !JiHces
I wise said Lawrence Ryan will be discharged ?
Ben) A. Putnam Executor of, heartilyihjwkybu'fpryonr.advice; 1 ,.
pe .Fpur:
A U C T I 0 N reality.' fiarsaparilhvis-certainJy cavsr
1 by virtue of these presents.
i: Peter Mitchel, et al: in takingth e Sarsa'parillaji and K aVeTeeu
,able -medlcinC andj should be- used I y-eveiy'
t1.1: Order Witriess toy- uam&nd seal of' office to attend .to :usual labors for the last ;
"TT7HEREAS, by an duly entered onT < myr "
I.SAT2S in of that;is sufieiJng as'*e'have been
.. .s.l this 25th June A.J). 1849. > any part one
V the 13th of June [ : ,months and I hopebythe blessings of God
$ day 1849, the undersigned WILLIAM FV CRA'BTREE. to and respcctully solicited. disbelieve this account) they are'at, liberty tp
't f was appointed to take and state your,Sariaparjlla to> continue myhealth--
among Jacksonville call at house ocular demonstrationYours,1
Judge Probate Duval May, I 848 ;: my and haVP
other"things, an accout of the Debts owing by me'bjeyondthVexpectations of all that
& 4ft the Estate of Peter JVIitchel, deceased: Jun 30, '49.-6m my case. 'CHARLES' QDJMIiY. .respectfully WlLLfAM ;

.'i I Now, therefore, in pursuance of said Order, Notice.J&L A Six'MONTHS after Essex-Co.'N;J, Aug; 2j 1847.' .. TO'SiR-1-Ipn1kkt4t:
i Notice is hereby to all to 'Jersey -Essex County ss.-Chas
given persons claiming THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the t he Hoii. Probate imsipsy.: : '
4 .1rh be Creditors of the Estate of the said PeterMitchel.'deed. JM House formerly'occupied by3lr. Hatch on f'or Letters'of Dismission( being'duly sworn according o law, on .Ko'fluid inedidine has err'bccn'discOer'j
to produce their Claims and make oath saithj that Aforegoing stateme'ntjls, (
s4.. the Estate of flenry.Clefton : which
Bay street known Hart's old so the7
as Boarding nearly
( resembles gaEcjcce'orsalita
: t' ; proof thereof, before me, at my office, in theCity'of House,) and is now' prepared 'to accommodate deceased. r JOH1? nccordingft6"the'best.' of his knowledge and'- In de emposixitcod
) i : St. Augustine before the 4th oCHAB.fQUlMBY..
: on or day Jan. 27 1849.
who see fit to patronize him and assures the organs ofdigestio this 'uf'Swaparill
.j of October next, and that in Default thereof, any may and subscribed to bcfor&zue Orange,' z prepaiutio
r them that no pains will be spared to ensure ,' it positively c r s eveq'e.f'
they will be precluded from the benefit of the 2d August,1847., CYKU8JBALDWIN,;
their comfort. commodious stable is at how
., dyspepsia, ever severe,or chronic;
r. Deeres to bo made therein., Justice of the,P6ace'*
$ i P. B. DUMAS tached to the establishment, and every attcu f \ <->t) .'."- ---t j"M BANK D ARThEftTAii.&VT, ay101845.,,,
! Master., tion will be paid to the horses'of those travel i t ESSRS.-" HOLMES &.; = Special lers who think to with'him. _l j their' stock of/ ; with
: may proper stop dispepsiain flilrorT
' June 30 1849. t4b'ctESsUura : families-indeed s-in'iactjwe' have |
A. W. BRIGHTON )uildmg ; heard qf { form,attended with sourness-of stomseb, ,Toff
.* acksonville, E; F'i5ec:2,1848.' tf mown' as the of appetite, extreme heartburn and a great
Judicial Ctrcnll trcnU Conri ipar jlla,in,time.lost any c ildrenth e.past. ,
:i .fSt* :Johns County; lave added, to their stock>, 'th&thit did not'sickened and avergion alltkintTs; oJE:; food, (and Ifdflitee
"CROTON BUILDINGS" f rom New York full 1 (what I could est) Ihavejbeen unableto retain
Joseph M.'Hernandez, Executor 1of ,- The certlficate we ?publiih beWwts con
:t Robert McHardy,deed., UMBRELLAS AND PRtSOLM! which Groceries, 'Ilardjra're'are 'evidence of its value, and* is'only'anoth- ,!but a small-portion 'touth h. Itried Unsual'remedics >

vs. In Chancery BY MACHINERY they'- ,' "* ofjts saving the lives children.r" ,' but 'they had buf little or a
Y.l ; Whipple Aldrich, Administrator 'lQtovBt )riCeS. || ]>- J? ar; Sir.% 1 had,two \jhil effect in'removing the complaint.- of Shearman, et al: Si.. i2lD They are now prepared cured by ypurSarsapwrilia Vf the'snmmer.. etl, about two montlin since, to'tryy our Extract'ofSarsaparilla
I .
. }:; "TT7HEREAS, by an Order duly entered on I ElidesJ and pther produce of id >arid4'dysentery, *one ,wds'ohly**15 and 1 mast fc.y! withy little coiKf
I (' Y.Lthe 13th day of June, 1849, the under. ffl n a.a,- fa'' e't-' n t'r ie r. ,highest rates,,,and old*lidthe'otherf' 3'ais! : They!were. 1 fidence;i buti' nfter tising nearly two"bottlwj I1
1 signed was appointed to take add state on cbnsgnment ,tMheuy .-wyiappetite'restoiid end 'the hwrtbttrix1
among G. J. B. would invite particular attention and Charleston wuchreawed, we expected they,would
.t otb things, an account'of the debts'owing'by or.New entirely emored,*--and:-1 would''earnwtl fe
they were given lby; two
of his friends,, :and merchants'visiting N.York. ThOyhavea 'ney' ; up respectably commend -nseofWto'tbosewm
the Estate of Robert McIIardy deceased iarebfrl'
T' :
the doctor.informed
to him call at his and Man Piifa.ctory l ) ;us that
i ik Now, ,therefore in pursuance of said Order, give a new*vNo.1 spacious'. ughs.-iowhich they fmuBt' ''lose themj'we' 1vd'to try'your afflicted asX have,been. -- Y urs. &ci'
and AVarehonse > attention .
, the of Planters,, '
Notice is,hereby given, to all persons claiming tob w"e-had heard'sdlmuchpf,! bit had -, .'W.VANZANDKN.iB.
; .Creditors.of the Estate-of the said RoberMcHardy 143 and 144 Broad vrny. -confidence, there-beiag so much stuff td- Purchaenonbutstch shi4eep,'
, '. '4 : ,' decdn to produce their Claims in, (CflOTON B ux L,p x c s,) 1'IaiJ: ,w ir ersthathidetthe.bottle! coinplefelyjnnd ba'l"

;i make.proof thereof, before me, at my.Officndt4 between Cedar.nnd.Libertystreets' ,where-there- -I ,'h' i "uJ J" .''. ** *- .we'did, for it,undoubtedly,.saye ey.' ithelwritten aignatoref of8.'P;1 OAK 6EKD '
City, of theSt. Augustine, on or.before tbethne will always be found the most extensive assprtrment e Northern Mail : wite thf thatolhersmay 'f ; Principal Office,.l2&FulWn-st.SunBuilding, *
: 'i day of October next and that in Default there* of Wednesday bythree-, N. Y.; Bedding! acor8ytetfi-6ti" .. BostonjTDjqtt'&'
4t.i : of, they will.be7 precluded from the.benefit of4h UMBRELt *' AS&LLSr Tuesday and .Friday, ;, -iwJ s i JOHN iwiyb Jrj.Brooklyn / *; & thns,1 32rthS; c'id.st PbibdelpMa; S
;i .Dftcrea to.be made therein.P T j Th SOUtb1i Mail *! .SI1a'ncedruggiit" Baltimore
fitt. B DUMAS, PARASOLETTS ANDV SUN- Tuesday nights,"and closes Septa lcHT.r < !RicbmoitIP.M. ohsD;, Charlestcn jibt

.. Special Matter. nesday.mornings atllo' 4j.LUNATIC4SYLUM. &
b I1J\ Junt30,1349 U *IV'J ,t 4 -zty! $ '4D S, The V' .oflhe4aa3stanfE, Iearl-at.iA1baiiy; j.i'an'JJeWrk: ,29i'iot'principa'

.of his -celebrated manuf&Oturefor sale in Friday mornings, by thi
3a4ksouvIII Female lustftiiteTUB any quantity; and at greatly reduced prices. Sunday ad Wedn sdy the'Eoll'dwingl letter; "
' l; X mmUteebfiDire<:rion have adopted( a. J. B. pledges himself that Umbrellas and The,Mil j; '.* ioi ijJH.B UMATISM: ;throughoot6theUnft ti ctteWest -
: folio wing re ulatiou. / Parasols from 'CrotontMahufactory" shall on e eryTnes3ay: I : Uonly bneof'inore thI fouthiiatd' the'Ca: daij-; .'
1pi The scholastic eat cbnsistof four terms ,be A N .4ffi every respect day morning at41'b/clpck." of rh umatism ibab,19nseCd'aar! i ,? sfcw :j m'
, eleven weeks each'. 1" "" July 7, '49. v, fi :/ b5CiUeJTj9: osieve nd FebrTlaT7,26,1848. ,..
Orthography, reading, writing aud arithmtio Jacksonville,July 7, V 49 e14 "ect'eLyThi"i1 -.--t -r 'I- '..-.;-4 -- -- I' :

I v r term, $4,00. The 'above with English Admi IStrhtoSNb$1je.XMti4liSer 1'.T0IUUSee1idr piinr
z graimar and Geography per.. term$5,00.,,, The adzeikii ; t ( fuaJd ISLAND, SepiT4J>1847v*! kj ,

sbovwiqi the higher branches of.n E ghsJ Ii i '.:yr'.accounts ana Bouchersl ;the tlpn,.the S'x MONTHS 6feey I ,Jfumerj>us cqizunnIcuozs baviagrieru rs4'Y

!,:I Judge of1'robate,'fr ; : Alacliuajand'l coo nlsand fpuche> V. ** "M'STi1siderable : frdmirTsofrdffcT&I
p. naluTJL'Exeattl and moral,I'hilosphyI3otan r,l J shall then'apply for, a'final discharige" and 'disEstate Andge of I trafa of of;'the-' time I "
CenyOeolngyAi6noy1; Retori ,Logi ;6f nat settlement audi/& Sj9 2eJ4rg4'4'c q1i$
ri aad tjuenees of Christianity, r'term.t ) 'William '0.' Tbomus-deceased f and notico'is istratiopjof the state of timtedwere teriib1WbU'tfli Y Usedi ib to sprve against tbcudlzt&a., unrsqaeetiz.C .

, ii. I \ a; V -
Tnce.: > .. '., -ff. I -, Lshall then pray a'distribudon of said Es.tatebe -J ,iiaesmore than one honsana dollars wotJi, Mmc stein rthe.tothui. eqiii'zh n'-
The$ lu1wflb odertb ; much better' Indeed Iip *tho.rjtjiU &ted.jn Ai J6hpuld hei deem ii4e88ary
."made amongst the JHeirs of,William 0! : gcwd-I.anf o $ > -
4 tionofarixperienc l female teacher./ ,? s Py9vIst has bees *n4e 'rfzstru gio1' U -r 'tc' 1a-t' .ida'Ut, forthe benefit b I |i< ehecpud) only CTO'Wipninionofjb >
= '
and i" ; several,.o.ffi4er$ tbjfiSto
Dravig 1. Administrator Wm. 0. Thomas.S I -zm4 i t3-rc* ? t
: io ;
ficrm conunen charges o thefith ilEbe ofOcro-mad e. ,, Newt&zmstili 4prfl28 l84JaJ16mi' FOR SALE,b | .P1I. i3ipc tficuteDzlt!. UL7JZIJegi7t

qSrtLSlt.1 ',: f' PRAGUE'S H131TORY OF THE'FLOKl sand' acres of- Land, ; CCI1de14pi

madj WARForsaftiyMfBJBED.. ) County,. arlyfear| ; dI1ititi .thd MIIdIIaebflaed4emithatf ti > .4-' -.- : -

_ be CowU1) ctthrecion .' ; S ,t H, tv : { -_ T't 'it- ary'sltiversbe1ng re k.Yqr prea.j4rPUrPOIei,intle opinion of
( ., iUzcITMU fQrc6.bbed cI-U #
1 I. DuttcnoiM .UNS &fewtiIng1O 'nd tdoubl tbg '
;, Sg& >VJ: Guns, of sufJerior!quality, for'sale by 4ith the ceptlofl oI5it ;; trcLo1is9r *

ii| Dea iar; :. ; J fRutf i A; lEEED. : flo3 J4'51W3 -
I :Ma4iRp _J
: ) 4---: 'JI'J1- 'IIJ. YthJVlie 1UMW1II5 ,
.; : Tzwp fONDONPLORTEftAND fiCGTCH ALE.Yorale4Wr .? ?( MI cowitlo4-I. : 't.a :*
RlvJ:.;: nT, , A.' MOBBED. U isi<*,wpjinai ,

;. tEaJ July 7, '49. ? t, ,: ''Dme.a.'H I Jacktiirill, & I stOf-' *7R t 15'iS" Z T IJJ''vJ'
compUinti such at ftaoalca are lUbh

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