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: December 1, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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; JAI1 I advertisements must be paid for before inj Manufacture. of S iigar n < "uielsens'Discovery. it unites properties of a powerful, purifier. ,in;the torwation'ofa e 'appreciation of the :.w tth' far mote th n.the cost of the Mexican
-'* ., Heated to 100 deg 'Fr l1 h i measurement supehdrityrof the latter ,/ I ITo
j ; unless by a regular customer. By referring U1. :. : war,.estimated at a.hundred million's dollars., .
er be ascertained it separates the)albumen,thecasezmntI: .matters By.the present methods,'the'.cusing."being :As regard* an1 'dsher debt o $ ,QOOOOOfor- t.
.Oar terms. the requisite sum, mar the containing i nitrogen' all of:which are foundto ,operated .Under eitxsureo'the. which '
Among properties matter, are some' ; air; the altera? we are at present unable to provide the. !
Mffansmitted with the that may be termed.subsidiary or incidental :- el.ist'in a natural state':in saccharine Juice: 'tio'n8t, Endipg render'apidity'of'execution interest must,'like'.that of'Teiaa be assumed ,
f I *Advertisements not marked with the number which The separation effected irith"outl'loss- ?and .iiidispusable.flut:: and 'at j
fT qualities we may be said to discover t however.rapid,theexecu-: at$2SOOOOOOorS30OOOOOQ.1hi9wu. :
J/insertions required will be continued until forbid rather than to comprehend ;and whose agencies without'any appreciable transformation' of the tion may 6e,it'does. "not) arid cannot, prevent alterationa into the,bargain to cnable us :to builds ex'. '

[lid charge for.jy are of a secret, and as ,it/'were stealthy "s gnr. :,' i ?t. 1: from taking pla .-Again,the purification tended system of railways from Qnebe Win* :
Five dqllara will be charged for all announce- character, so' that we cannot. always predict remained to be ascertained how' .far the .effected. .bymeans6f; )lime,, developes and. d r." ,
candidates for office. their recurrence, ,or calculate their 'forces.' hyposulphate "effective. in opposing the coloring stimulates :.the:.formation! :of:coloring 'matterfl'nd.cbmpels .

1 eats for Six Months, s i $10 60 Fluid and, gaseous bodies present many,of these I of saccharine)liquids.The'. Coloring 'ot the. employment of, animal' -h1 ck: Receipt r saving aad. makwg good;ten-* 1 :.
One square perplexing phenomena. In thophenomeIoC" 'the saccharine juices of the caiie proceeds from .PinallythetoceS., .of evapork on.,"which! .is elV .' :1st. Ha ;your hogs.thoroughly 4ht.UadaU
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, s t .7 00 four principal causes".y\4.*The.'cane:; itself contains fected at high temperature modifies
the crysUlizatiou of sugar, for i.ut.a>Ctrift en- a portion waysIanghter.whi1atbeyie imprpriug. se '
for Letters of Administration 5 00 colored matter which! becomes dissolved otthe'8ugat heat> lec j ;
Application counter series anomalies which have baffled hlcp.t.h jendersVuncrysta: : a good.day, aftwslaugbterjiig be care '
TAll religious notices will be inserted gratui- the efforts of,the greatest hem'ists to'reducethe : in.the. juice. 2. .The cofiliictofthe: ;;juice with! likable From this results the necessity of "$*. fut to hare the pork,cut up with sharp knife .

incoherent.facts to a consistent theory.; 'the air rapidlyengimd'ers: 'colored' ,substances, 3 sorting to repeated,operationsjand. t ul1.w All communications mud be addressed to B rz lius, Dumas, Proust and other 'names wh'ich'unitevwlth.: thyprtseeding.: 3' The 'heat 'five successive cry taliiatiOn, which'are:.nevercompletelyproductive. let'all the animal heat :get out. of it;'f salt the 1
liorus C. GILLETT postage paiL known in the higher walks of practical science, employed in'evaporating, by altering* A.part" of : I Mels 1s' methba; ron sides with plenty ors .and place h so that i
adniissable communications wil are associated with investigations into,the' elemental the sug IF and'of the products which .accompaoy -. the other band;allows l of ample time, dispenseswith allthe. ,brine,cahAescape ;:Forthe joints; say >
7rAl1 personal it, also.forms coloring,matter; 4. The contact animal block and effects the forthe #"
"properties of saccharine,juice. and the production of : everyUOOO! lbs.-take of alln>itt'c.ij'mne '
bJrzed as adrertisements. of the air, lime:and:aso.of. the the solid sugir by.a s1ngle'crysti.d. blackpepper. ,and .
J most effective method of turning those. proper JIof.th! 'saltpetre, eacbroae: In 'well
0 All bills for Job Printing' must be paid on the ties to advantage, in the manufacture and'extraction ammoniacal gases;assisted )by,the'action of. the ,The present product of'a; 'h' idl d' pounds pulverized and thoroughljipjzed tf ilb'the salt* i a :
Jtlirt'ry; 01 the work. of solid sugar. Although the improve heat}produces coloring matter during the evaporation weight! of sugay\cane does ot exceed riiriepOunds rub itwell offthe; joints; 'and fill every cmice

ments made'in this branch of the industrial arts of the juices .when alkalized by lime., !weight sugar, whereas the natural ,contentsare with,the"compound j. lay.$he' men with; tl. L.: "
THOMAS ANDREU, within the present century, have been numer- The ..hyposulphate .of lime almost ihstanta about eighteen, the whole of which may be sUndown ; let it lay in the salt .froii three ",to .;
oui and great, they have been very far from neously! extracts the coldr of the colored matter extracted by ihe new methd Introduced in? fourweeksthenbangit .large'e lrSUpaa' 1.J .!
DRAPER AND T AIT COR.. approaching the point of excellence attained by which txists in the'C ne from natural causeS; to this country, it will proyejpnly second in importance it would be on. the hog while living, and stan. 1 i.
SUBCRIBER having determined to other arts, concerned in supply ing'the luxuries, I it prevents formation of tb .colored matter to Whitney's cotton gin. It will 'increase ding on'fopt: Asmoke well with,green hickory I H :
THE up his permanent residence in Jack- wants, and necessities of mankind. In fact, it which the air produces'by.its contact with. the the culture of the cane and tbe.manufac. wood corn-cobs. ;':take it down in April and
[jonnlle, returns thanks to his fellow-citizens has long been recognized that among the arts juice; "and prevents.the' production of that ture of its precious, s cretio Witt. the"",les., pack in'ashes or fresh 8alt 'that-has' hot' been jl' L

j for the unexpected encourgement which has of production, it was in the manufacture of sugar ,which engendered during evaporation and sened cost of production,the price to. the:.consumer used for salting m tiand ray word font,you ;; ':
hitherto been bestowed upon him, and assures thai there'remained to be taken one of those especially of that.which requires, for its forma ,must also'be- lessened., ', will have good meat and .Dev l';. be troubled \.
them that in future he will spare no exertion strides, which immortalize a name, and signa- tion, the concurrence.of the air and of a free with bugs or skippers.-Deader'aMa. subscn. ; I
I to merit a continuance of their patronage. Believing lize an epoch. This stride has recently been alkali. The'effect'attending the'use.. the hy The Turk that Bearded the Emperor. I Jer ta the' : _' ._ \ '.
that his reputation has beenwell! est taken by.a young Belgian chemist, of the name posulphate. as an agent capable of resisting the The European ..correspondent $New J 'b' ? -. --* t.
lished in St. Augustine and this place, as a superior of.Melsens. professor in the. Veterinary and Agricultural formation of color, is so remarkable as to deserve York Courier gives the folio iQg sketch of the XXH.A MOKTES.-MRS. H 4W.-' A ,Londoncorrespondentef ; j
cutter and maker,,he begs leave to represtiit School of the State, at Brussels.- the attentionofperson8 employed in- many Sultan, whose personal character assumes ,the the New York Mirror ,
to all who might be disposed favor While we" are writing, it is scarcely: a matter of branches of the.'prod ctiv" arts. There .is more interest. from the fact that he has disregarded Lola Monies,or Mrs.Jamei<,or Countess of land says,, f t'i.
him with their custom, he is able to furnish conjecture-it*is a certainty, that Melsens' .dis- I I no doubt that the cases are numerous in whichit the raised paw. of the:Imperial Bear of' felt,or whatever.h r'name really,:BUS shakell' 4 j;
ijarments of any kind of a cut and finish! equal covery is destined to exercise an inti.uence.up-I can be employed, in the most efficacious man? Russia. herselffree fop young Head,having:first hadsecured
: lio any that can be procured in Savannah or on the 'production of one of our national staples, i ner in preventing the formation. those coloring -; Abdel Medschid l, the present Sultan, is 26 on her life a.liss'Lola$3oooa' ''
\ [Charleston. which will be attended'with a fast accession of matters, which, when once formed it is years of'age ; dresses, with the exception of a which,, with economy/will probably keep year her :: I".i':

Haviug taken the shop formerly occupied aa ,national wealth. The principal features of this found' so difficult destroyor extract. Such Fox cap,in the European style,; and save' that in bull"dogs, cigars and horsewhips, Heald .is 1
lite Post Office, he is now ready to execute witS 'discovery may be compressed into'a small space. mat i erg, 'for instance, are those which color\ his face is pitted by-thesmaU pox, has nothing inconsolable, but his strapping,inamorata 'hav- '
- I promptitude all orders that may be entrusted, It is now w ell established fact,that the sugar- hemp-yarn and flax.indigo after precipitation, very noticeable in his personal appea m...-.:! lug vowed, she would welt him if he '
I to him. All garments are warranted to fit. caue, when in a healty condition, contains no the juice of barks used in tanning,and the extracts He inherits little of the intellectual yigoYof his 'came within reach other arm be .confesses at : ;
' THOMAS ANDREU. sugar that is not crystalizable.- It is.also known of certain dY- o.' father, Mahnioud, 'but his b eart is amiable"' 1a8t"tian he has put his foot'in* it, and walks f ;

Jncksonville Nov. 10th 1849. 3t that the extraction of this solid is easily effec- Meanwhile'Melsens has established that, in adegree bordering on weakness. His sensibilities off on,his bootless errand, to his maiden aunt :,' .:
ted by means of weak alcohol, which first'dissolves ,the process of evaporating'without the application are such that never. signs death 'War : c'i. .
Boot and Shoe Store I it, and then leaves it, by evaporation, in of artificial heatthe presence of the bypo- rants except in cases ofthe most urgent ,neces LamentableState Hungary. %he condition t ":
TIlE SUBSCRIBER having taken the form of' pure and colorless crystals. But sulphate! efft-ctually opposes the formation,of sity. He takes scarcely any personal part in ofthingsinHnnga.yjslarnentableihecur. i : .
: up his residence permanently in together with crystalizable sugar, there also coexist coloring matter anc: } that where the evaporation the administration of(he (ioveroment'choosing cy bas Almost entirely" iSappe red. :Men who r
4 Jacksonville, respectfully informs in the cane' certain fermentatives capable .;is effected by the application of artificial heat, to leave every thing to the contol.ofl hid Vizier were rich find themselveswithout. the means of : ,.
the public that he i la now prepared determining a transformation of the sugar' the coloring'matter'formed.is scarcely per ptj- and Divan., He has five qr six, wivescanda I supporting their families. Debt* are:not paid. ;, .. ,
to carry on the Boot and Shoe business in all into other products. The action these gents ble. large Harem.. The letter is fegularJy increased I TIe sons of many of the nobility have been forced -
: its branches. As he obtains all his m.ileriulS is only rendered possible, by placing the dn/ Although we'have omitted many details, we by the annual presentation, of two beautiful I ,to' enlist as private Soldiers in the Austrian .- ;
.: directly from New York he will be enabled to contacfwitji the sugar by means of water,.after have exhibited enough to show that the hypo- and accomplished Circassian virgins, one by army. THe aged and venerable Bishop Neus- e
furnish custom work at a much less price and having been previously exposed to the influence sulphate of lime canbe.employed i in the opera his mother, the SultauaValede, the other by hol has beeij deprived his office and sentenced t
" of far superior quality than has hitherto been of the external air., tion of extracting sugar from the cane: 1. Man his Grand Vizier. The old custom. of sacking; to flveyers'solitaryconfineinent Women !
accessible to his fellow citizens. He trusts that ,- The rapidity with which the cane-juce, in antiseptic of superIor'excellence, preventingthe the unfaithful and.throwing them into the Bose.. punished'for having aided their husbands; ;! hare
the patronage which has already been* extended warm climates,undergoes alteration, the great production' and action of fermentatives of horus, has become totally .obsolete. ; but it'is and' daughters for having conversed with their, I 'j :
to him, and for which he takes this occa- obstacle to the extraction of the pure solid, and whatever kind. 2. As an agent absorptive of generally supposed that statei policy nl makes fathers who are r bels. In Transylvania 'the :
sion to return his sincere thanks, will be still the great cause of loss in the process: oxygen, capable of preventing the alterations way with some at least, of the Sultan's male Saxons and Romausj hereditary enemies otthe,
continued. The chemist, in his laboratory, solves the occasioned by the presence of the latter in,the offspring, for the number of his sons is,always. Magyars, have-hunted.4hem. down like wild *
Repairing of all kinds executed with neat, problem of the extraction of sugar, by the employment juice. 3. As a purifying agent, which, at 100; very disproportionate' to that of his daughters. beastsr-ahooting them'at sight. Eri rini, ie :of .
ness and despatch, directly opposite the. BILLIARD alcohol. This agent, without producing deg., will clarify the juice aqd,separate from it Ihe Sultan is not only:extremely effeminate: this kind were so frequent,.that1 the Austrian 1 ;.Q
SALOON in Bay StreetBENJAMIN the slightest alteration iIi the propertiesof all bumiuous'und: coagulatiqg substu 4. and licentious, but he very frequently indulges authority has been forced to declare, the state of !
G. MILLS. the sugar; separates .it from its associated As an agent capable of expelling pre-existing: in the use spirituous liquors,and his by "no siegeinone part of Hungary.. 'R detzky.'the .5. .
Jacksonville, Sept. Sth. 1849. 6m substances,.and protects it from every destruc. colors. 5.; As an anti-colorant, capable pt effectually .: means improbable that he will meet the fate of Austrian general has Jbecqme: disgusted:with -. J :
tive influence Alcohol, however, will not answer preventing the formation coloring, his father,' who died in tHe prime of his life of; their barbarity, ifioogli he hash d considerable

CIIAltl.US P. COOPER.ATTORNEY the purposes practical industry, which matter., 6. As an agent capable of neutralizingthe ddirium lumens. experience in the same,thing\ jn Italy. Haynau
require the employment of ah agent low in prioe injurious acids.which may be found exist: Abdel Medschid has dispensed with much ..ofthe : appears anxious to keep,the infamous reputation I j
of Such I be in the glittering pomp that used to attand. the Saltan'8 he JJ.
and easy application. apagentalcohol ing, or may engendered Inanuf ct re hasacquired. Eleven young girls have J .
% AND is not : it is costly, and dangerous as a combustible The questions that ,next pre.sentetl.them appearance in public, but yet he goes to been, imprisoned for strewing flowers over the I
COUUeIIOlftt Law. to such a degree that no'money could purchase selves for investigation,'Were, in ,what propor the Mosque every Friday in great state; His graves of those executed by order of the Court '
the employment of human labor in, on- LIons, aud under what forms, (the hyposulphate splendid, barge of 28 oars, escorted by numerous Martial The reckoning for all Lhis, will one j a
resumed his profession, will devote junction wjth.it. But it'is beyond'the resources of lime should be applied.' what inconveniences beautiful pinnaces, and. gliding with swol- day come. l
HAVING ezclusivtly to its practice,through of chemistry, to discover a liquid which, balancing its promised advantages, "might attend low-like swiftness up the Gulden Horn to 'the.Mqsque !t j 1 .
put the Eastern Circuit of Florida. like alcohol, will separate the sugar, 'and prevent its use? To enable himself to' answer ofEy.oubJ.ear the valley of.t Sweet. CoL Thos S.n1.mo, Whig,has been elected .d J !:
l. .Jacksonville E. Fla, Nov. 10th. 1849. the fermentation which, hi the manufacturing these questions satisfactorily, Melsens'procured]i Waters, amid the'roaring of cannon from. each Congress jn the WheelingJVa. ,)district.,.whjch '
< in from the in where side, and the cheers of the'sailors 8Qd'soldiers is a Whig gain, ** .I : ;
process now .use, ensues as a COniC province .Murcia, Spaiu- '
. J5P EN ( E It & BAKER, quence of the>contact of the juice'with ,the external forages'sugar from the cane' has-been manufactured .from the decks of the magnificent! seventy-fours .
air? 'Such:was the questipnMelsens. proposed -a quantity of ripe canes. They Teach-1 has bein'oueofthenoststirring sights. have A southern exchange says that the person :
Stt01UtJlfJ at 11.a\u, to,, himself, 'and which he baa,answered L .ed Paris in good condition-and were 'deposited I ever yet witnessed. in Constantinople. 'who borrowed the edit r's' umbrella will please .
.JBcIiIlODYiU", Flu. triumphantly the production the agent., in the,1abo 0 Y.lor. the ,Sorbqune,where the In his Expedition to the-- Bed Sea,, Lieut; ,return the same,.or file the owneVsnameoff. .
It is a theory rather in' favor with inventors,I' \experimentswere' being,'prosecuted., A number '.: Lynch thus speaks of the Sultan Turkey: 'handle. j
practice in the several Courts in the that many of.he most brilliant discoveries have I persons conversant with; the manufacture ,"He is a man young in years, but, evidently: .___-, ;: :
WILL:tern Circuit Florida; in the U. been made by'accident ; and indeed ,the examples of sugar in'the colonies were_present at.the first 'of impaired and delicate constitution His The Charleston. Mercury, backed by a friend ";=
8. District Court. Northern District of Florida are sufficiently well known, of fortuitous essay: The juice. was extracted -crushing wearied and spiritless4 air was unrelieved .b r' who JiaS-made an especlalstqd..Y of the diplomacy '%
Supreme Court at Tallahassee and prose- circumstances giving, birth 'to. very wonderful L the cane in a common mortar previously. sup: any indication of intellectual energy. .My feelings of.the United States, ,asserts positively that no ; s {
ute claims before Congress and the Departments realities. But if'we could inquire pioreaccur.P plied with,the hyposulphate. It was purified I, saddened as looked upon the monarch, specific treaty exists, to.'w.hlch. France, Spain, .
Government at Washington. ately, ire should probably.learn by ebullition, and then passed1 throngh ,a piece and I thought of Montezuma.. Evidently, like a L' .England/'Id the United :States are parties, by : rf .'
Jos. McRolSEU BAE& S. SPENCER. accident had but set in motion a certain train I of clothe The syrup,, 'after being ,concentrated Northern clime, his year of life had known'two which the dependence of Cuba to the mother ';
Jan. 6,'49. ly of thought in .already prepared mind; while and filtered a second time, was left to slow'crystalization. Reasons only and had leaped ut lee from"youth ;coun.try. of Spain is especially guarantied. J t
by far the majority of cases exhibit to'us the The' sugar obtained i by,jthis simple imbecility. His,smile:was once'of the, sweetest : :. >. .q :
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elaborated by reiterated trials.: was as excellent quality could i: 1'had ever looked'\:upon'; his voice almost', Hon S.- A. 4.-' 0
PHILIP FRAMER new discovery : process ; Douglass, one of the,.111\jaois Senar
A T No more practical refutation can be presentedof 1: hav .b obtained. by the oi'alcohol. the most melodious 1 had ever heard; his manner ,.': torsixIa'rccetcspeecbat! ;; the 'capital of that D ,
", ) the vulgar error just Alluded to, than the The experiments tried..in Paris upon the was gentleness itself, and every .thing about I Stat,defi ed'I'p051tlOIi'on'the slavery'question. : i"
AND whole history of Melseus' discovery. It was cane-juice demonstrate that the, employment:ofthe him bespoke kind arid amiable;,disposition .He adhered to the Clay too.coinprpjaise bill t .
Counsellor!: .atJACKSONVILLE iLalut gter by step,by an infinite series ofexperiinents, hyposulphate secures the extraction of. all 1 He is said to be very affectionate t.his : would. go'forthe Missouri compromise .but, ;i .
, FLA., and by the concentrated direction.of a thoughtful the sugar contained in the cane,'and produces it mother e pecially, and is generous to the extreme denounced, the Wilinbt Proviso. as unconstitutional. i.
.I -Y attend to any professional business and educated intellect, that he succeeded in in Ii solid and crystalized., formThe crystals prodigality.' But there. Jhat. 'indisrcribably' f 2.
i 1 jILL to him in the (Courts of the detecting' and bringing to the lightof, day what are large.uI1c\firm- they v are'.not more colored I sad expression of his .countenance' : ,. .' i, f.. :t
:E\surn CrcuU* an the Supreme Courts at had escaped the scrutiny of such giants as Du thau common candy, of which: they Have iq iap- .which is thought to indicatean' early death.-' .Never say Die.- .An English ihasthe : .t 1"
Tallahassee. The first'small fact and exhibit appreciable traces A presentiment of the kind,',mingled. perhaps. ,. pap f 1
He has; also such au advantageous mas and Berzelius. upon pearance, they no. (follpwing-r-"Neither sickness "
he in the tissues of the of the slightest alteration .being effected in with a boiingfear| ofth qverthrow.ufhis country marriage, : a
connection with an able Lawyer at Wash which proceeded was,' -oisiMonsar0 known to editors .
ington City as will ensure a prompt and'spec.p.r .cane, sugar is found .dissolved, in.; water, .and I th'e saccharine properties. .If, therefore, we IQ truth, seems. like pervade Damocles and) this depress .his spirits-... death Itself. is,ncf apology. .. They may his'country die,. but: ; 1-
of take intoconsideration the almost absolute
collection of such claims as may be placed I that it will remain there in a state preservation purity their paper must come out> j .
In his handi against the United States. for a considerable,length of time.. From of the canejuice-rrwhich isjn reality i nqth- Caliphs sits| beneath a euspended fate. Through ::" ,1 t .
t5ept, St.h, 1849. ly this face it.was legitimato 'to infer, ,that if wa ing but 8ugared'water.-when'purificatiQn' has him! the sputa 'of the mighty'mbnarcbs who Dr- Brown courted- lady unsuccessfoily. for :
ter could be used as a solvent, the conditions I once:been_effectedf'and if we also take intocbn- have.gone before, seem to brood over the impen many years,'daring,:-which tim.e '.he every day t :1i
AG.ENC. accompaning its presence in..the,,tissues, being; sid "ati 'q the special aptitude c ne'sugar.'to. ,ding fate'of,anempire"which..once'I drank her health;but'being 'observed at last.to :
OF 'retained, the saccharine substance could'be extracted assume tbe form of'large crystals. it would I :from the' Atlantic to the Gangea,,'from' ,the' ",Can omit the custom,1:a gentleman gaid "Come- Dr., 'j
The difficulties therefore seem almost certain that the'first, planter who ; casus. to the Indian Ocea !.?;. :.
.DR. ,S. S. FITCH'S unaltered. your old .? "Excuse rn-as I cannot make i
attending the extraction, are not connected with will submit. a quantity{syr-4p to slow crystallization her'Bra#/,!!toast her nQJ longer' I
CELEBRATED MEDICINE. the.sugar or the water, but'witb the'air, and L : by ,Melsens' method'/will obtain crystals : .Cana a. p' l \ .
Used ly.hmnlLh distinguished the fermentaiives which its contact developes. exceeding insize.and: .quantity,,and.excel Great boldness nowr shown in the'discus; What tM Peafo' TK&tofiXsshall make I.
success in the were. it to crush lingin whiteness and:appearance aU 'sjon of.the annexation of Canada -
This beingthe case, possible previous : to the United I honesty, capability and'fidelity indbpensable
cure of the juice and I experience. ," States by the friends'of th'e 1
the cane in vacuq, *nd.to express project in thc.ovincei prerequisites to the bestowal of office and the I
: Coughs, Consumption,, Catarrh,: boil it in vacuo] either for the purpose' of purifying "B pB'have' no't dqne" "?with ,the'advantages I .. The Independent!,,a lajge''seriiiiT: .absence of either of these'qualities shall; be deemed & f
Asthma, Heart Diseases or'iEvaporaJing, notWng'would I :reraain to that.will attend thp introducUou of this w'n, weekly.joirnal'publisIed'at..Tcrontoand; edited sofficient : i
','' sia Gonorrhoea Dyspep I IC It be desired. But this is not possible,at least up-. gent. 'Jt is well known that.the juice'extracted L, by:H.-BvWilsohy whose. father was .native"," Inaugural..r J,cause" .' ,removal.Tayo! \' '.L.f J :f
Piles, Female Qna' large scale, Melsens'was.: thus :urged to' from the'cane. by :means of. pressure, is-but, a of New'Jersey/and, formerly Speaker':the i; .,'JoehJu'aenlatePostinaster' "of,the .1 i.

*C I plaints, &c., &c. the disco very-qf anent.absorptive.of air,hostile small pruportionsometimespnly half' and. at' 'Canadian'Assembly;writes with muoh'Wedowon'hesubject.shqiual1 ity,e: Trenton* i r"l'by Gen.. Taylor' was ... J .1
r toyman low in most two4birds-ofWhatmight' be extracted. : the ,and .
, to fermentatibninnocuous; ; ; advantages 1 elected sheriff of Mercer coantyN.J.by.53
; ALSO 1I aa.
: Dr. price d easy of production. "Such anagent; ,There remains. ,, erefpre,_ beaiq4,;'a, third.;6rmoreof disadvantages likely.to result from the uni n-?' jority. The county Taylor last fall 583 1 5 ,
> S. S. fitch's Supporters, Shoulder he found to ex st.in hyposulahate of lime. .,v the no.tura1.'l1 ld' of;the 'sugar drop, All is":however, ,to be done,by,lawful and peaceful -, ,majority,., -.4 good commentary gave .,on, Taylor pled, 'I H
' Braces and this third-->oin ; believe{ tQtal losi ,. d with the -
. Iithaling Tubes, and 'L c.t Mels'ens1 experiment: with this agent were we a means, consent-of,:Tthe .home 4 j
t tures ,on Consumption, and the madeupon a dozenvarietieOfjUiCe::including The extraction of,the sugar,"t1t.s.Basted,;by:: .',.iover., .'DenL'. .,:'One',. article-Is. "ClOd'Wth"thSr- ,. ". .. ._ __- .r w n i 4
' art. b e -rOot j wee, or pulp,'grape juice. ,: and.cane. .simply.washing with'pure water, : *,nor to.-bethought following;. :"' ? ::>. t "'' -. i.f ..' ' '
: of preserving Life and juice. .The'\resultswereuniform; the sugar. of.; The'air,':_the heat, .the.femeotativee : ; ,"\V :do Dot for Itlnomint'doub that we shall prove' Gen.riTaylor't ability' : !, f: :.

Health to Old edge, ..crystalized)without..loss,.without .trouble, and' ,'and other causes, contribute' ;,' 'meet with'a'cordial'welcome from a great' ma ,iwriter'bis parthans'asirted i ,daring 'n}'
.te"; re. 'without the production moUv es.v -The earlier a rapid,'fermentation:and nogiuji can be derived ,-. .)orlty'.of the thirty-sovereign;' States-which: :at the canvass, that 'cnurls'.I martiaf. upon '
;experiments demonstrated that the hypo, from.the operation..ButJby: ; MelsenV','proSess present'compoaethe confederacy.- .But",before \which he' nerved)always. employed i
:I have been appointed Agent for the sate of sulphate of lime,-employed as a body aborptiveofoiyghni.ncra .the:.difiiouUjr:and-waste; .areT.:C-tiY L :Tre can consentto, "'enter, or.bereceived: .into'the5Umon.there : } '
the above Goods and will keep them constantJJ .:an,antiseptic," had'no injurious :Wit ;water coatainIng,a small".qUantitr;\of:;;the'hyfttsulphat.enot : ;.wll. ,be: .numerous',preliminariesand :'him! to..draw,up.their_" -opinions' ;{,.In,hi'ih"ewbg Tejeech :
on.hand.at my Drug store, in the Town of. effect':upon the sugar, if applied coldandin : only.toay.thei-washlng: ,be efrfected details to.bid aubmittedi:and. Ded'toby. .t'Jla'tiril' 'a: few J1y_. q M
: Tampa, Tainpa Bay,Fla such,:"a manner as to ink:,with:the juice*.at ;with ease,.but'at'tbe. eiiuiof plan..' beth' parties!., ::1'be'B.ritiah; : 'pro!nCe 'have I | papers r P9 .;GeTLtc*] have

' Dr.. L..D. ROGZRS. the yerymoment; <>f,tbe rupture of the, :ceUular ,r er.,\;'Iour8Or"dills;lit' his Wiil;niay:beemployed'in.this'bp .many and great advantages to confer.upon' the ul1that:44U3gV: long mLitarS;', '.cafcerf H
tIsue3i andturtherj'that; in'::its presence, the.: ration,.;now-fperforce, :neglecedaltogether. (; >Union/for wIiicktbey.se'juztly; entitle4 to ff
D' Dr.'itch' "Gcmg BOOK: TO INTA .D*; action of,heat required for;.purification, became: ',' ';Tbeaaccbinne; wasjiings'wllt; ;be .ja \ equ le:t,'Dd." clt m us'tnot" bthown, I bare never appifared before "anytribna1 *

.a.nd Directions for promoting Health,. and Instructions perfectly,innocuous. In:.the latter operation: found nearly! as.rich.in, .sugar A as the j icG proves aWl"'A1nong&ea, ",' ... ,., ",- ',.,,'.. ? .. nd hne nsvir acczsic'i to t'
]to Mothers, in the Management of the lime. ,'caused,the bypjjsulphate'todisappear and, if treated in the same mannftrj.by purifier. ,.:' we may" ;briefly:ehumerate-the t ;' ,ii.,n' _ii "Y_('uTSr. .,. >- "$-, .t1, .; ., '. it'I
/ :
Children, may be had, gratuitously; bycal.png .' by, neutralizing it leavingithe; juice don,by slmplVfiltratibn,'AI1d\'Y'.90l1c.entrJitiODfr rollowing namely,. !i The:icquJsition Of Our':'custom f" : """ :

for U at the store as above. An extremely purified and fm frpmfennint ti, ,'and.tNi' txe free wr to the consistency. ofsyrup 'chrystaliwtipn hous*wTehtte,irhJchiaay;,be' sUmatedfatttouse .: 'TCihJ., ,iiQeMa., :.. ... .nitg !1" .. ,
")uableDook. -. : all matters' them. -;The' : wiireniue with.equal certainty;van.1 least f62OOO0OO; t 'r Ie "ih" "6IakpctuTO '
capable::of'producing I : peaunthe J eavlnot ;may: .'1'0,J'" u l _." ,., .
Taxppa, August 25,1849. jy I juice thus prepared was ready;;fprejaporation,1withontapylpsspfsngar.r I 1n trncbedg1nleipect. ;:; ,. similar ,$d0GOO0aJear,for.heenue' ';'an4cuasoni: ,_ s J" > I
: / awl equalto that'' fibtaintd:from tho.juiceitself .M rrlce ffOlJi'CbcagotQ; ;'Maine,the;cbs. t; if 0: 0 ,,_. ,. ti':
' -GVNS.-A few single an4 double barrp* :.Bt t fte,hyposulphate bfvUmewas,sooiTdis-i il. t -. *; ..' \f: ""* -l"'Th"- ::., H" > : ..lug up.9.f.more than a; thousand:iailfa of f.rou- <'--'- adqwenIeeabeautyh_:; 4kYiniu : : .
1 & of superior. quality: tpr salt byDie. / covered to possess other.dualities of a peculiarcharacter. ,j :A comparisthtoftbme4bods actually,jm use,i tier on tlie'N 6rthi tKe flreenaiigatioa} 'thef : e; i ; Cd.: ; .'
9 ft A.,,if;ttrfpn l. 'With the and L in'the extractions: from:Jsaccharine'jail -;iJ. :greatlakes and the;"Lawrence inorktdmireisthan. .:foiloweii. _, ." ":' ', >". .
: '. .,. t1S pt C p-ope.rt1J. ; .,- -.' !. '- -*. .", -* sugar:-l' .?. f- It'm'. *.. !.. .>' :;. '" ", ,* "'j.* "thereby, -.' ,y "giv-': r.>.' ,, -', \ ., : "!; '
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; t f .I E;"I1I1t"k* 1 -t( D thi-NeO1&W. i i:. .: V V taicst rom Earopc..; .,1. _,-' : -:1---\11"7: -C'' NE.W"s" ", '.-. "" ';. Jlridians,' i 'dlshQivflimy; )pernicious this 'sgt i b 1n p'or. .ten' or. 'fife .

1..1 I ,1 t: .Late .From' California 'I' l'. (. Sir Hcnry BniwWjtEe neWly:appointed Mint; :: J- fe. .." smfluehce. ; 'ial, $nl'jroiir: much. it has' PPreisi n;.under thi P lle1 !
J '*; *N%* i. V3WR .winsoon.wear a *r*
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introduced the
r i'tnmsbtpFn1 lster to the United Stati/.W td *
r : o ,
/ Irable
ii IcontritfuVa Id $rfngvon all.the outrages ) advantag ', aySSSSnft ?
.. By the; arrival here yesterday'.of.the. r steamship Queen by: Lord P.almaf0on,0o take'bis'; ,1 te 1 -.t & > & & : ,OCcas OD to send &*
off ?%
the -
\" r.:: Falcon, Xietit. &JJ: .1..1-1"reinU&N.i'V previoos.to dep5ri1ng orrbis mission. '\Vhlcli, havesincee, : n sued,;.we republish .s
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hM !fi' f4 commander,from .Chagres.theSOth ult>we have The Eni'opesn'TiIesofthe.27th ult. says-V. .. artjcle' frprn the "Nation-' 1 t '(A.uftU, l J :i
t received thttSan\Franaeco\AltaCalifornia to "The fears whictwe.entertained that generalwar ihe-jf61Iowing( >

11ltt: r ;$ : the 20tU September, incl S ve., 'n would sprimg,out of the demandVwhiCli.the k ali:.Ihtpiirgener7| '.::0' the 18th 'March :a d I ce 17.otruo lt \ h e eQ '
Cur of Russia made the Sultan of Turkey ?" '
.TheconcentiOziM for upon 1rllL'
l-1 Monterey "forming
; 1S49-
i, I'f 4 'l Ir : J KSO Y ; V ,ISiir The''tltet'of, the ,communicatidn .: 1et"o. 'Th1'pW
r : Ui !s State Constitution, was in regular session at that. relative to the extradition;: l'rattI'er the giving S .2 : ." t'and .C'di1J'
t-l l 1' t : Ih .lace. Subjoined w gaf a list ;of' the\pfficers upfof the nungarian refugees atlfVidden. .nave V appended tb'it'was the:tool of Geh.WORTH take their sfans and game 0 UJ.tzai T,
!' "1 : elected,: been quieted by the intelligence which came f\tohand "_jReialt_ of ',I,.IlIh&ElectJ: .5.i '" : i .Jishmenl Tampa,procuw the nec '

mi f r1 .t .:; Robert Lemple,Pr&deut- ; .IWilliam.G: :- Marrcy yesterday The attitude assumed by..thisconntryaftdrFrancd The Governor has wnouneed'l\ibe<,result'")>'f. ? L." *** }!-'-the.iridst j : deadly;political j' eri f :desire And ,return,.quietly.to thdi !

\ / .tr. .fS: ;!: Secretary ; Caleb Lyons, First,Assistant Secretary has placedHhe'Aubsrat'onthe.horn S. >b. lafe;"militia'election. ,J.. .'.aVforiowsV"r :..-,>;. .. *_ imy6 i1r.'Y'ULEERfld: ; '.whumanagedto All recently are! tritbin discOv th' rOd,prescribed band l mita.
J.B. Field,Second Assistant Secretary; : ofadilenimar He had'lief Alternative a-czi'4; jiiLTOi : Generalist -: : t S S : rHa11a '1ri V.-
!., ; Major Division. njlitary. his J Kill-be <
: W. P.Hartnell- Trans1tor ;.nrique Hen- but to'low r' hi tone or btre ins" S bre.; :.He. ., miaptJjis; operations;Toy rem mbered 1ntl dre1r, tratC 'oL V'
t .
I.1I'ot' at.r1 it; t r.. riquez Assistant.Transi tor; J. S., Houstbn, must.cither;'fight .JEngland"rfnd.''France,;pr 'he -JESSE CABtEK/Major,General' 2d.Division.t; political\ p>ejudices,anitnot' hfs politics( Cedar'Key: 'November last.''Th"it"
must:ceas6'bully the Turks. 'Efe has o'prefere4the libpEliT CALDWELI .General:i tDrJgaJe : ,come forward and asked to be cent
[ t ..!.J.:! Sergeant-at-aruaiCorncliusSulHvanI; >bor-keep- p.; Brigadier io
r. 1 l' '' to the duties'of J "profession. are how their .'
"' on. "
: "" ; route.
more'cific, We -:onorVbIr -: 4.
course -.
: i "
II'M: ) .'. cr. .t.; : ;. .. : :' : .-* .* ... '- : -.' v.r.j.
r The.nJ.ites
;'i. t1r if .5 The vote for the President. .was as follows,: solve"and Mddmirehis"pradence-ra; quality, jA Eus AcVraENj; Brigadier'Generar3d Bri, -S ., :ate trj, generally erp,lgiic' .
: I : ..20r whTch\even'despbts know how to respect. --, Ti1eTJoridaJIidInflWehave ,lLA1uzt!t -nan:shall;.aIlar'ed
.. Ji.t ( Robert Semple -. "' ,
" :, ''l.ij: : ,! :1' WilliamM.Gwin -. -.- .. ., <8.I"f >The ;-> V Euglnsiit." V V V gade.. .;*., '- -> >4-' -," .H.*\ : 'lately'given a p1ace'in'ur. 'Columns and m this they consult their tffDJi'intaen 4 ,
: : BENJAMIN HOPKINS 'Briga'dier General 4th lk4 Wh'enc6tltt1alsu' j 4
' : %, Scattering 4. I1.tIbowLawenaeEnvoyEtraordibary1 ; \ ,. to several"controversial publications :regard p d Df t1ii '
: f.
.' V- V t. V 1Ji.
: the Ted.,
from sici9i
'!' ... -r' l1 Minister'ilenipoteniary Brigade.y, \ ,. i V to the.danger,:or wors ;attendil g .the1\:further not. ,2ez, th I.eraime. ,1"4.
.J.I ; 'I United Stateihadani idienee.of'her Majesty ; mill be nea1Iur.irezLV !
Total '- 36 '
'"oJ: .# V ., V, V sufferance Florida the'fevrJjidians.; whoaferleft ,
: Ii tYid s ,last the 20th. ; : '
V. :.. t. )I -.6 Hh"! : < DISCOVERY OF VEIN or GOLD.-We take the deliver r..cn.st1e credentials.Saturday:He, was. introduced. ,11ctSiflD10, I' !, .. V. V : ':tiier ..:. -Without1,'-pretending :tpsay' Very resp'y ,* ;.. ,.

, ; ; J' following from the Alia California of.the 13th :by Viscount PAlmerstbn' .' herMajesty We call the attention. of those of our.:readers what ultimate]humanity,or expe4iency'ma1re- your' obt Smt,,

.5".:11', tJ ") September : Principal Secretary of. State''for'C1J.; Foreign. Af who are engaged in the u cultivation.of the sugar 'qiiire,' }rj'rOsiOit.to: J fs"haiailr! inn. of a H' ". ,"- ff.J. WOE .
f J 'tl .': 'k Col. J. C. Fremont has denounced & tract of S brave .tribe, entitled to oar (fsympathy and our V '" Bngadkr GeneralAdf.Cen.'U.S. 'V V Comi,2., '. .
' "i Jj 1" iand lying on the Mariposa .river, About.forty fairs. -* 'cane. to the remarkable,discovery! :-which is the. admiration for the patriotism with" VhicV they 'S 'qenerat'J'o V V S ,
l '.. .. 1 miles from the San Joaquin, upon which has .to AGAINST Lord Palm ', prepared by- subject'of. the nrticle>. .''D, r;the 3* NIt'-:" .Journal", J, *.- of,jf. 'haec1ungtO their native :seats and the'valorwith'jirhich True A'Hea itttli W4'n.
( :: c.f been recently discovered an exceedingly rich Earl'Fitzwilliom the subject of Austrian' Commerce, which ,we t':have. published onour.first : they have defended-them,, .We still V Copy '
. .!. I* q .''If:. : vein of gold. The Mariposa (or Butterfly)river, freedom is b .- stated iu feel b unl.to allay;an mistaken public'apprehensions ', ; B.JONES,. f
atrocities arid Hungarian now page. As the facts seem. not to Ad
1.r -1 was a few months since visited by a party 'conducted 'and"..to'avert any precautipna'and tlfl1lt* Oatitl
, f.9j i' kT; : by this eminent explorer, and washing ing circulat d.for signatures House'of among the 'peers have been'denied"they of vital consequenceto expenses, "which*:they think unnecssary .L mt established along! the'stream.. The land occupied and members.of, ..Commons the the prosperity df all countries. whose : afid :whose; TPreaentme f
( f :# It the sugar growing. activity / energetic skillwe: of tlae Gr4.j ,
liberty : urges Foreign Secretaryto .
; i. '; 't':'' by this party was conveyed to the. Colonel .in party owe the pacification of the' and i in I ,4 I -. -,;
obtained territory 'DDae'aad St. -
use every means in his power to put a stop to. The great result is the, means by .a Xocle Crnth..I; ;
? Jt' i i} ,! Ti 1846, and the mines thereupon having been regularly the s fetyofwbos&measuies'the fullest confidence The
: J
J .. denouncedaccordingtoMexican lawm, <'a- the barbarities of 4Haynan, and to restore to. cheap process of crystalizing.all the saccharine .qrand Jury empanneled1 Tor the Comj.
t.J 'bep1aced. *
..h J','" sures have'been taken to work them. The vein Hungary been 'cong itlltio'rij1I. system. It'.and has will already matter in cane juice, ina, state of purity,thus We:may give,therefore,:"with great'' ...pleasure:the fies of Orangejind. :L cie,at,the close otj ti Ir,

. ;;dQ.ioJ. ; is about two feet in thickness at the surface I! shortly made very public.numerously signed, making a ,caue crop more than twice as valuable subjoined let r,';.whose terms will,,explain its Session, respectfully' present to the Court
, .,
::{/ ; and is found in the usual strata ofquartz. The '
: V and the their
Ireland.. it. before at .- source authority to which is titled. general presentment: .
as was no greater expense.We'
': is about eight ounces of gold to 100 '
r-f yeld mmunication.'is
.. c addressted to a high
rock. A exhibited at The news from this country is 'of the same that recently .Thartnhabiting one of the most
, ( : -fJ pounds of specimen was yerceive some experiments exposed*ad
I quarter here/is official, and. is entitled .to all
I last '
the It
: .d.. this office few days since, together with a mass character as by. arrival. presentsthe been made in New Orleans'under the superintendence confide ce'aswell.f om' the'ch.iracier..as the dOf nCCl frontier counties, they :were among

: ,\1) : !.; ;"j.; ., of gold three extracted ounces.by There quicksilver is. every, weighing reason about to- cheering same melancholy prospect to relieve recital outrages the dark,picture.Tvith no: o.f.a person'who.professed to be acquainted position of. the writer We have his name,and. he'flis'feel, the pressure oi the.dWlrow

J$4f f;,. ,i 7t believe that this vein may be traced many leagues Numbers :f the poorer and middling classes V with MELSEN'S! process, and that they every necessary"pledgefor the authenticity pf circumstances which have occurred: income-
his statement. .Bis district (S will be seen) is
:t bj .,:, in extent, and be found of uninterrupted are daily leaving'the country for the shores of proved unsatisfactoryfrom: the.taste :and smell. 'next to.the Indian'bord r. quence of the hostile demonstrations .of a portion .
::' : .. ; .rr :,. richness. The gold mines ofCaltformnre now America. The meetings of the new repeal association of'the'Seminole Indian
. : i' in discovered continue, and the rents have slightly sulphur which appeared to have 'been communicated We are requestad further, to state that the 'j, !'resulting.m, tit
t;! reality V V t to the But MELSEN has information conveyed in this extract agrees brutal murder.of one o four most valued
: .:;;1. 1:, : The convention. Monterey was.rapidly increased., : :, sugar as precisely and.-
S with official to the ted
! 'IF. progressing in the task of framing a ContituIr1t Tnrhef.. not announced! process,,it appears to us that reports commanding 'ps itizens,Mr.James Barker, in. the muti

t : : t : r' tion. The following is the latest intelligence The is no doubt,"says a'letter frem. Malta oft1le little credit should by given to the:efforts of,unauthorized nearest General the from Indiana Tampa, and, Bay:the-the only; military.place. with pose lation'of Major Russell, and the entire'depop*,

," tL'J.i ;'t, from that body, takcn from the Alta Cahfor111. 10th instant, that the English squadron has 'V which allowed hold lation of the county of St. Lucie. That
they to intercourse.-
left the Adriatic for the experimenters. .
".4..:I nia of the 20th September. neighborhood of '
1r .. 1.f. ., 'Al (: \' TheDeclaration of Rights" was adopted by Dardanelles, at the request of Sir Stratford We anxiously await further. information relative We.learn also' the are decisive fact that the settlers .these ms1mceS-driven 'from their boniS

,:. i:.9.r' ,r::. tl the convention, in Committee of the Whole, on Canning. Having despatched a steamer to Ce to-a discovery .of immense importance, oh that of border the utterly opposed' :. the'removal .and'forced to huddle together hasty ,defea-,
and have made
:j : ;. ', ,j&-'. the 11th instant, which amounting to about phalonia, where order was reestablished, Rear but none' the less probability. If true it will to Indians.the commanding, repeated the ces;;we'urged pur defenceless condition upon tif,
applications General-for
.1$ fS.h ane-cighth of the Constitution, induces belief Admiral Sir W. Parker doubled Cape Melea ;
; l ij l h. I.'F: j that the end of the present month will find the with the Queen, the Prince R-cgent; the Howe, make a revolution in the Tropical State. '. establishment trading-houses and the rO- ;I Governor ,of our State, wha in answer 1'ou.

: ':" "(1 I, ', I :,: convention prepapel to adjourn. The slavery the Caledonia, the Belleropbbn, the Vengeance 'maval of thepreserit'prohibition: intercourse earnest-entreaties, and with a promptness'dictated

; question was unanimously settled on the the Powerful, and the steamers Cpcr n and Por Doubtful Diplomacy.The between the stetlers and the Indians.. (This by:the right motives humanity and patriotism

t L\" 10th inst. The only matter which bids fair to cupine. VS. we can say on the best authority. ; forward
! l V 0. sent for our protection a f
Delta .lIt
: N. of the 4th i inst. '
'., ; 'r.r deiain convention is the apportioningbfrpresentatives The Austrian fleet consisting! of frigates and an ST AUGUSTINE, FEBRUARY 25.1849. of volunteers aided '

; 'lit i'f' ": .t J;:: to the different districts. With brigs, is under sail for the Dardanelles.At .-- nnuncesthe departure! from that city SIR:. I- see from the St;. Augustine ews"' ,- by whose presence. + we&m

! 3r _\t i.JI'J I \i the desire for compromise manifested, however, ; Sebastepol there was a Russian fleet of of. tHe that some statement has been made to the EdiT .been enabled to save our property, and.ntin. -
I" r i ; : we foresee no real difficulty in acquitting itself twenty-six: vessels, only four hours sail frcIn the the.,Steamei Qhio'V.jtb. Seminole] tors of the Natiqnsilntelligencer about: the danger ue our a' ocati -

: ft::. ir.) ::1: of the task. mouth of the Bosphorus. : delegation of thirteen. By the last ,that those who have settledas, weU as those That we'cannot too greatfully'approve'.'tla
t'i: : : The inffux of the population into the golden The Turkish fleet is anchored across the Bos- '
likvely to emigrate to the East Florida
peninsula of prompt action of
: Executive do
t!1 : f.fi ;JI.t: : '; region is going on at at an accelerated puce. 1 'phorus at the narrowest parts.'Gheuz-Soyou and: Iai1' from the South. we learn that. they have to apprehend from 'an ..attack' of the our ,.and we _ear

!; t; '.,It. The Alta California!)'s Arnaout Keni! to defend the passage. have arrived at.' Ta Dpa. ? Indians. <* '* *.'. nes'tly{in this pnblic'manner" request: our

: !;," ir.F..' About 30.000 prsonsrnostlyyoug men, compose The Turkish army in Wallachia, commanded V I.believ'e, sirthatIam qualified from> .,actual Senators arid Representatives in Congress
, ; t the overland emigration this A .by Omer Pacha has been ordered back to Con-; In connexion h' this we refer our ; '
.1 ,
J .f : year. portion observation to speak about the feeling of- the urge upon the justice and humanity of that body
i'. .. ;': of this body is already in the country, and stantinople. V 'readers, an article] from the Washington -' Indians,towards us. IJiave been surveying in ,the
i" .$!mfrI.i J parties are nearly every day arriving. Capt. The French fleet; consisting of six vessels ofhe their immediate vicinity since early in November speedy payment. by the Go. emmli_,,of

!ttb ..r' R. Owen, who piloted company across the line, two, frigates and steamers, with 8000 i Union upon the: same subject, ,niy district extending up Pea creek forty the volunteers so called'into service. .

!"i\t :"1 : jl! : f': country by the Santa Fe route, diverging to the men and 600 guns,. is under way for the Dar and containing the remarks1' made by miles north from its entrance, into' Charlotte That the Seminoles now remaining.in Hon'

.tt.t.i. ...: northern rdad, crossing the Sierra Nevada.and: danelles. harbor Until after I had line da
r run my to 'were permitted to remain in the State
W!. ;, i '' entering California near Johnson's rancho reports The.Dwtsclte Ze twg has letters from Constantinople : the the bunk of Pea'Creek' and' had
they -
1.Jp j, the in forward of the 8th inst. the I opportunity the.wishes of our people, and*that we have unceasingly -
if ;: emigration an unusually announcing ar'rital.in last talkIt is evident that the Indians to see that J did hot 'intend crossing I

il wlIs., j' ';iJ 3' state, with provisions plenty and to spare.h .- the Bpsphorus of a British fleet of ob r saw no Indians, alt-hough! I .know they' must ,be desired these dangerous neighbors,
i- .! The the road had been abundant servation. A salute of will never consent to leave the Peninsu. '
: along twenty fired be
i grass guns was some in our vicinity ;j.bllt the first day ,after removed from our borders, that the neglect
, ,-: y iMP'l}:Sirt! ; and but in one place it was believed a scarcity by the Turkish ships in honor of the Britishflacr. la. This isjust u hat. every citizen of leaving the river i'met themrand continued to to do soi hitherto has been productive treat
I f "-" h. of food for sffthk would be encountered. This '
&& was above the sink Mary's river, and- here-,-by-- Accounts from Semlin the.llth state that the State knew.from the' beginning, but ; see the some 24lh January.almost daily until I finished. V, about injury to our county and State, arid .that out

'I ?!Siill abandoning the roaJ, a subsistancc could be General Houslab arrived there on the 14th, and .'urVhig Administration was 'prof9U' I met with a chief, I supposed him tobe'ivho, prospects a people are entirely paralized by

produced. immediately set off for Widdin. It is asserted said'he wanted td.have.a "talk.!. "He broughtwith the present state affairs'
in lIon. T. Butler King was on the 13th Sep- that he has'gone to Turkey, peremptorily to demand ., .d1y 'wise, ana insisted upon! trying him. :
.4 an interpreter ,He said that all the That desire
we these
removal of
; );;i tember slowly reoovering. He was in a few the'delivery of the Magyar chiefs. 0thi i diplomatic powers. 'The,result. : has Indians were"now coriyiriced' 'that- the' Generaldid thevspeedy

'ii days to repair to the lovely and quiet vally of er accounts state that he was the bearer of an not talk,*ith a forked tongnef;{thathe had. Indians, ,to,,' which..bojththey. ,. -.,and'the, Govern'ment
that after four "
months and r
.7: Sonoma ih order to ; .a: half.0f ] ;
; more fully recover amnesty. S .told him. .that thei"surveyors would 'cOme and the'United States stand pledged-and
helth. PARIS,.Oct., 25,-It'was reported In'Paris ,$o- -talking.they have 'found out .whatevery"one survey the laud,'but would,only 'go'tq th& bank that this may be done peaceably impossible ,&rffortidJy
: :1 r The American schooner Plane'tjarrived at that day that the French Ambassador at S't: Petersburg Pea creek;. thathe had seen my lines lal1 ',

-1 port,reports the total loss of the American schooner had forwarded dispatches his Government knexvbefore, compulsion) stop at: the bank, dud. that all you had told him ifnecessary. ,
c.' John A. Sutter, Warren, It. I. on the 26th intimating a change in the hostile determinations ann force will be necessary io drivetbe was true. :I think that hisname was FpuseILuljcT. That we'are fully aware of the disastrous'coa"

.4? of June last in Tamer harbor, West entrance of Russia in its disagreement with sequences of warr and de irous.to avoid such
: imetBiUy"Bowlcgs and,all spoke the .
t.-: of the Straits of Magellan: twenty four passengers Turkey upon the subject of the extradition. So Indians out of the State. same sentiments! They were, not only friendly calamnity yet.rat herthan, to live un tTcontapprehen5

> t ; all saved. far from forcing matters .extremities, .Russia V The declarations. of ASS WHA and .b whenever.they had an opportunityevincedgreat .
.4 The I. O. O.F. were about to establish a lodge 'expressed'itself anxious to settle the difficulties : kindness lnj; and all the.drawbacks of an anstt-
..by asking'us': .constantly' to eat
.1.;. in San Francisco. quietly,provide-I no'warlike interference was BILLY. BOWLEGS. are, remarkab'le" but .with them j andtn ke instance,'when my.meri-- led dt11cultyimpseding.oner us,meprefer their f!-

'iI ? threatened on the part of England. are almost identical: with.. those" 'made with,the packs were'lost, 'one Indian'rode at cible expulsion at the cost of rear itself ifvnavotiorbfyneecssary.

:;; New Explorations in.Afica.-The French surpass Letters from Vienna, of the 21 st 'October, Oceola least eight miles:wth:them'in the fright.track.Thjs .
all nations in the state that a Russian courierjarrived; in that by at the Indian i council held at
: : other grandeur of. their city : Indian ;1 had never seen. .This surely" tliis.our
tsi exploring expeditions to various parts of the on the preceeding day, and.that shortly afterwards -. Fort King1.; It is'. vident t that, COACOO- must .a new way manifesting hoStility;Dd \7e requ presentment may be,recorded

ill world ft is ,.iowannounced that the Academy the, English and French Ambassadors! {f it does mean hoBtilitywhy T would,:greatly': and copies of the same may be.sent ta
of Science and that Geographical Society of were officially informed that the Emperor would CREE. and. his fellow diplomatists) will prefer it to 'peace. /" VV f the newspapers at,Jachaonville, and also tour
t'; France have projected an expedition on a not persist i in demanding the extradition of his have no-influence' You "
grand over. the. feelings. :df are unquestionably right in say ing thatno Senators and.Representative in Congress.HENRr .
c scale for penetrating the interior of Africa wtt' subjects now in Turkey, providing menacing one need appreh"end' ,thingrfrom1':Indian .
: .: Timbuctoo. It is to be conducted by scientific interference took place. on. the part of.auy Euro i the:natibh,;and, it'equally: evident. that depredations. I'would'f, any el as perfectly secure A. CRANE, Foreman

3s, ;. 4. men, ond will have in view tlie two-fold fur- pean Power. V'V V 'when they have discovered this fact, from yiolencean the midst of.fifty Indians. as PETEB. G. ITIRNE, Clerk..

1 : pose of extending our knowledge of this portion I would in the)like number of"our, "9wn' October 31st,1849.
1 of the continent, and of opening new .channels, A CLAIM o .P RT1JGA *-A paragraph appeared ., the diplomatists themselves, will desert pIe V ; '. ,-
4: .1 : for French trade and commerce. It is a singular in several of our Journals .to the effect that: to the ttb'eide 't .

fact, that notwithstanding the several attempts the. Government. the. United" States, had instructed -' V notwithstanding the Thus,on the authority of Gen WO'RTH, [From, the Washington, 'Union.. ]

by Mungo Park, Clapperton, Dcnham its envoy at the Court J of Portugal to bribes. held" but* totth'by our*" .Go'vern- an 'officer of i1ri' h.'standing i the Govern-: THE, !.':PtORIDA.INDIANS-. .
k : Lander and Laird fur the press a claim for indemnification t t '
!llt Oudney, exploration what nature -' ment.: Moreovertbeappeal l made to. The Republic yesterday contains an. account
; ment.were<:i induced:tobelieve th there'as'
:'t4 : of that portion of Africa which lies between the/paragraph did not. 'sy. V Ofthe.metting..liet ween QenTwiggssiiiJBilly

L *'( : i' the Gulf of Guinea'and the Mediterranean.nonc Thie.fohlowingextract from a letter.In the, the,sympathies. oftb'dwbiteby" ASSUN-,< nothing. to' ajprehend'frorn :ih.e: jfn- Bowlegs at Tampa'Bay,- ;'on the 17tfi.Aof
have yet. reached Timbuctoo arid returned London News supplies oini ion-h; wtr'u.ly wiu n dBowjaEGsisievidefl; eof.the dians. .But he \va\oon made October., This account is gttheredfrorn pri'
Z1' The only European traveller who w.c'cannot say: ;aware
; had reached : .vate letters,recei ved'in this city from a |gcatle-
j-(1 :i ; tbis inland city and returned to give an account V s ; LIS ON.OcT. S deadly struggle which i will take place, 'ho'W' dangerous i was for:him to: 'sacrifice : manwho:was, presentat.the'.late,couucil,,,between -

erh: i, I ? of it is Caille, a Fronchmau, some ten years; An.nriexpectcd circumstance has occurcd, ar- for we take .it. for granted that our Goyernmentwill the Seminoles arid the commanding general
v.. '. since. The expedition now projected, it is said I. rising from the last war between Great Britain /' his)military judgement io;his poJit-,. '. in'Florida.!' The account: states that ,Gen.
'? *.'. will have an escort of eight hundred : and the'United Stat s. An ;listen) ric. such 'appeal. '' ; '
I : armed I E. Amcl'icmprivatc'r' 1 ical ptcjudice. In Doc. 253 Twiggs and.his TainpaBaj.ontheT.7th
!. I > "V' r'1" 3"J > &f Hp! Reps. partyarrived
: t *. ropeans arid four b nndrcd{Africans. was ed'br a-British vessel of,war of much, Under a'd fifty
I. ; vlceoft.h71ugs; < of.FJ rdn 28th .1st. : and met the Indians, (some ,
: founA
superiorforce arid'the Congress s. will.be -
S former to avoid capture *' r or sixty in number) .* who-,.hadbeeflthere:
r4 t A LOST AET.-The m remarkable,' Chinese ran under tho batteri of Fayal thereby pac-.- ; it ,did- *"once-v' ,:and.' we'-have. seen 4, _thelJoribl the. fficialRepoof.ny : i.i ti': I)NjG E- nine days with three,of the .murderersof.In
herself V .
j porcelain is the Klassibg, or azure pressed ; .the ing in nutral'waters.The ; conceque.nces. AI -the VVhigparty'are ; r j -,- dian river, and the band. tthefo
ci' '; : secret of its manufacture has been lost, but the.: British 'Vessel manned her, boats,.aud haviogbeen',. dispatched.to ;enquireinto be n killed in the attempt to thJo.had

2:5tu: ,. specimens which are preserved are of inestfma- proceeded board toward thVprivateer, with a view to :< ">,, fcj iespbnsible, ". "I'f -for. the r ...presence; )the' truth, of :.tHe"alleffed.outraire l : ery'chief andsnb-: hie'f ui the nation,was pres-
ble.Tal l'. The art was that her, butthieboats were beaten off ; i >V -O de-
tracing figures They of the Serainoles, in.Florida i it is' their Intj 'andth. Jridians lookedJlbaggard.w
; .JVIri
.however .' confirms the t tem nt'bf .
; 4.c.t.i' on the china, which are invisible until the vessel returned with a, reinforcement In x. ,
pressed .j>_
P is filled with liquid. Theporcelain is of the the meanwhile, the crew of the privateer, findingthatVthey I imperative dutyV. ;:now 'that'theypvwer .}jn i in.'wdry." particulalfiIt"is i ; -:somewhat .- r.the commandq-in VVAft bie
: :: very thinnest. description almost as thin could successfully contend "'t' ; *;- "ivV''V:: : .C as an against"itumbers .to''removevtheraiTheyhave council, Assull w Iii the'chief speaker xiatiori
.t, fe( eggshell. It is said that theappliczttiou in tracing abandoned the vessel,.and lan : '. I' ,. ,that'.this;documet'also contain ;replied, .That. F tio4.f1P1J: relt-
: these figures internal and not ded on the island. The vessel was taken seen the bad/resuHof. their i former. policy ?, l :(from" SeoinoleV.toihV
b& by external posh : :tjiei following! )letter. ; Gen.' the..to'the're D Ta1 if.the/i: mnant,of the -
session ; :
;i painting, as in ordinary manufacture 'and of by the British and.burut. The Brit: and:iiumanity! should induce them' follows -
; ,- West is as : ,
a gP. : ?* that after such tracing was made ish aft.erwardslanded! and, on with tr WORTH- that:time 'B igr.: ,6001manding. -., : V
J*. and when meeting the *". > j.i V '. .HuWe did'not expect this talk: ;"Wheny6ubecan -
% :1 it was perfectly dry, .a very 'thin people of the privateer' the,one 'complimented flQW.. toobangeit. .:: : 'bicli V
; :*J j .covering" the otheron skill -v- ', .' -'"- I" ." '. !. ;; to .,!. the.V"official., .rep6rtforms.'a .. ., this hewfremoval.matter Tfelt aa-if.yOl
laid their ,
it of and -
b oating was over the same paste "of bravery: 0' : c. *" hadshctme.; ;' ,woUld ::rather be snot i an
.';14 which the vessel had, been formed, and thus the : .Now, however,after a lapse; r thirty sev6ri The' Whigs'-0 ,fV ,:,Responsible' ,--O ;lor, -, .the. bitter''commentary .old,and I will not leave my .country.' General

? ': painting between two coats China ware..5 .ye.rs-the( affair, haying takcn'place': >: .1812.,)- ":;< V .. jorjdaVW. ; .; f'!'-, _i11AETEith_V : HiIIiTARhErART. Worth said be;spoke for, your' President, 'tooth -
1P.. ; : When. the iniernal coating became sufficiently iheAnHcanGovernthent hair called upon'Portugal -' In'our,last we published several lex*'. :' \.J,.;' 'Y; : ,., be-was a tho ized.toDW peace and leave
I.v. dry, they oiled it over,and shortly after; placed- -for the:lvalue, of the "! ,;the. capture 1: ,/ ,. *. ., ',' : ,_ \"ST:' / MENTE'F.Nqv.fl'1843.. 'us4 ietimlbttrt tryafldVth3tSO long as oor

it in mould, and scraped, the exterior j of,..the: .having taken place under the guns of the battery tract* *s::from' \ the j- '-' St.,- .Augustine, : ',"News"1 SIR; In'c mplianc /".with::.yc'; .Jnstructions popiepreseidihetreaty! > l ;yours: ldF
and 3 /t1 ; .
,,-- vessel as thin as ,possibly, without penetrating- bound' it (contpnded-the.P.oftugtie .e'-wer'e. -"National', Intelligencei,9hibit.ib ; : -;; ,'of September 28,'the'J'following'statement. ofL, many years you have bad,p cajase"'to conpwa
to the paint ng, and then baked it in an.pveri ." to protect,her. .;Thequestiori'appears!' .to V*. "* ff"\* *' r*.'*"* ii s',remaining i in.'Florida is.submitted; arid latelywhen ar(bad'young .men brok ,
Itisevtlentthat it such be .thVmode'rwhich; be o delicate on , '-'." Of'warri6r-i.Sftm5riol*>s'. .*' '" hJ be among
.. pererap- < C ,- '. <. 43 ; aw, thngthat' cannot, prevented
was adopted, it would'require'.thd .toriefusetoiodethnify: the Americans. ; k.'uJd' ,- '-...-.-.. .
nicest there : Mfc :
Idex- .forth :Smi ol s -tb ;flrdtdesireV -.v. ; es ". -,33 anpeopledi&eiothuten'tO inakfl *;
terity and patient willabe diplomatic ., '', '. ,..' : ... .
? carejforwhich: the 3* Chinese. 'misunderstanding.Thus -,;-, .'- ; .. .' J :rtreoks"' !_ S :..',,.,.. 10 .", tonemerit 1, Wejnetyott as soon as we 'coal 1d<

are.reraarkaWe; i4 ,wolg4eY.. n t nt- stands the thematterjand there liwilli.leave: :' it,.for -tl. -...,t''t"y"C Id' .... c-stilfefea. '..' t'io." I, ,.r,.i' '',jn'! ?>!*. .,' .*'t,',<- ;V. T U haSSees', ." 4 ." :'.i .:.iO:: "".: and.proinisediio'give amplftsatisfactico, i land
endeavor consideration "* )
ly to ; ? : ,
of.wiserlieads. ; V. t : -
the V
tnals have hitherto'bccrf recpvcr exaci/method.iheir' V 'V *" --"'-,'; .VThTelehta&QfNieiin. -. V 'f fV J ,, 'tn :the State--and'theirfiercedenuncif'Mr \-. "'T'q..-.. S,'., V '.i--l't.. L ''. ,*.",*." : ._-.Wll-, / froai. hat.day V wa-.have [notrested iYC'h3'
.I( jUMv iliz g..8 'f. V : "t ; ,* 95 killed or our 'and tire
I :. Cl.J14 and tI s roe' .ifv ?' W's- '' r one people brbugfit
: ; line ;Y bay ;
if 1iW4 < 'L : .t" V ,a paper Jn'flfo'; ? ing-t} ivcnpiibliehytd I...including'Woman,and* children,"300."*''HplateMathlocfiee l :- others to be killed Jby yon,and-we will brujf&*

; D'aihofa.jlfa.< -Tl').PrcayynosaVi/ :nn' jnterestpflheCaptaih ses that the General,i>f Cubarconfe -J } nnIndianlouirags, jjil i 'West' ;"(B t'l legsl)t nephew'of Micaiiopy,* ja fifth. There' has been much trouble and grief;_
Tijp Y' %( old miser, a plAnterj 'd d at'fAttak"1' ; SlO,000bpO annnal revcnue' rot jackripwledgeflf';'chief; ;'Asainawtf: ,',}0tulke'thlbko. :but;:we have done justice; and.we came here confid.erit -

t who was worth In.hio'rfev. : .I-fna-aaj ly: the.Isla'rid of Cuba;'bnly1,500,000'; : 'go'd intb'tbeirurPfSi' EloidaandforcaUrng v. .Vf .:.! (V orthe'/ V -", &' immedi." &}:""' '.:; and Ealpatten.Tustnuggee.,: Subehief&. 'that you would be s tisti .., .Npwr; hen
IW 'n r e., nt'leut T : % : te. "b'fi The foregoing:hM ,been-S obtained from' youastus Ifeelas.thougliyoa.itTtillednietoov
wvAuir .
u $00000. Iteliad his f- / :isumr- 'remoyar th'e-SeininoleSi/.. :/ ; manindihns : tpremove,'
nin d
death ofroig h'nnbeinan Cj before his edmainly'foi the'purpose;-keepinjup: .the :'- \ '' '< ( r qi ifferent; periojia}.duringr the past: .-Iwili not'g J1o wilJ rC ur'peoples'

I1 found,,after his death, .sotne, ;"hchier force.necessary t; t prevent the;i-CdhanV-'from:" ? S V ".higorgan: ;-,.in 5/ ;Sfj, .A" ugn.stine. j-5-? JCTiied 1'th <; r difiS 1ie fed tgIi: 'Onee.ttite as'; JLvwant no time to think; E talk AboottmyThurid w

i1 and dollars gold Secrefed,iiqonomtIjOQ in tkecejljnofth -''. 'formings.viewsandiriteresiB.coyernmentf**iiOre""'f'. :congenial.* ". rt 'r-. 'fnc.tsrpoirii:,:blank ti'rh;J.L"4 v'W tiQlar lIke1TaboQOi below tbea1 numbDr' Aiyctfe'w :is made 'up. As for tbTe del g5iP'

house was fountU) OO.Jn .. _'.,, >: f V'V :have mamrested jf dis'positiou.. to emi'rate; (alluding to a delegation proposed to.b 1OUPedofpietnbersof
: '
goldj and ; .. .-. ;
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ago. We.. .'were1C '" J"L. nD1SO3'ERIE_ $. STATEMENT, .-*-* '_ : 'ot'J EXHIBITING.' tjtV'i! :THE"- '-, .:..'0. .::H. i 'J>,. ':,..- ;.,.,', :: ..:'... ,I r.
year -
'W t 'Ark"ns'tS to them; but wo,hav'. got over Lieutenant J..1:Sixnpson,: ttheeorpspogripbical :r :- !! : .amount, .:of'mO".. \ -ire&nvea'. 'into. tnt, ', .. :.A,, T.'T."O.R..N,.. '. c' : ,
the1l-.sorry and now they arc noth.. Engineers,.addressed alettef to ''rt dndth6 'di.urmEnts i' -, .' .
nce, Countg uryt :, : ,
sorro-.long t l'.b.
that them .1did J.'Abert giving n.n a oti1S'jxpelh'tio : -
do not desire to see Col.J. d. i! -
ing to us,udve this talk znil had L done so,, I frd.0 Santo.'Fewiti'.C6)-Wa: () uigtonjjjfotheNaTajb : : me fat. "order" ':ofthe JCbunty i ..' 'D! l )-'} irSi: 2 -
DO'eXpect. He des besasenesVfruinsln ,, ,' .
deliver these men 28t.1848 < :
would Jio ht.ve helped to up the canon of Citacco whicfidoubtless, CQi4i6nersfr. ...)..September, .. ,? '.'TTriLL practice iK the sef o *.
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to you! or HoUttunlcco. held the, fol- from their.lcSca1JtJ;" appearance; nd'/numbers, ". j i&Nb., ; 2lA,1849# ., inc u.', W, Eastern Circuit, and in : !.: ti
Billy Bowlegs, veritable 'remains.of the Aztecs' ,; ITflzboghandBentouofthe
are the :pftlie.: : *
Ia.ngu&ge. 1.s ve. 0- .. r cult of!'lorida.Tampa .' \ "
Jawing laws thanwe '12th! Century -the lo lUy.dfwKc'KoCtheau- : f
:; ; IlitbnneiaenUu .
mwe more strict .
We haTe eyer had before anti bronghthere thority of some: of the maps, Huitboldi has ascribed 1.8t .. .. ._' : :. _" ,.o' _, 'DR', : Bay,'Oct .. .: ; : Jo-
hue the terrible to the.Ticinage'of thij ;where; ; ; :_ i 'T :caution
men and boys t! see )ircrypot Sept. 28. Paid W. F..Crabtree: :Presidentof ; : will -
young '
mAny of breaking our peace laws. theyrwere found. 'The Indiana::.the present Board;( Recording Minutes, T JEIEREBY warn !all tsons- ,
consequences them here that they might see' their day know nothing pf.them'"excepVthaty.iaccording.to : : & ., ''*-'' ,- ibpo. JLr. ::fting1: i>r trading!':"for* ft. ce \ '
1 brought killed., This busiDeb'S traditiontheywer&ouce.lnbthite&.bya ; note ,given'by :me: to Francis : ; '
delivered up to be 28..Paid}Y.FCraVtree,for publicatioirof -:. ; :, &
comrades has caused nuuy tars but we have donejllStice. people whi h came from Lie'NoththatIon- accounts;.*,.I : ''" "- ,r._ .1000' Glynn county.Ge .rg, the. ..
tezuma was the G9ver oCthis"peoplej1 rand 28. Paid Crabtree, ;Behune_ 'and E-' ; "" .sand dollars, 'dated September : fcca .

mj word that, if you will thnt, after living here for aperiod, they dispersed 'vcreth'forattendance". as.C6un- payableon the'January;| : J il,

1 noW this pledge talk of you leaving the country, no.o\her -some eastwardly towards the Rio Grande. 0 ty Commissioners, -:10-00. :Isideratibn for said, notehas_ ex .

Cease shall ever be committed 1y my people; and others southwardly towards the city of cc.20> Paid Sheriff for 'attending""oh ; .termined[, to pay.,iu, Z.

outrage hereafter, the worst among my people Mexico. Board County Commissioners, 3 50INoy. .... ELIAS, the* :
or !shlll fcver cross, the boundary and do any mischief Each pueblo is a single structure,covering in 24 Paid Jos A Barbee, amt. his bill, JacksonvflleNov..lQthlsi9.. : ;: :

PNple you need not look for run- some instances as much as two acres in extent; for'Sh riW&order, .. 15 13 : will''
to your appoint councils to talk. I will make discovering in places, by the still standing walls 1849. t. 7'- :r v ,Wollcc.ifllHEttuidersigned . \/- .

ners.uiy or lack and shoulder it, and my people will four stories in height, containing as many ..6' Paid do do do' do- 400: ; ,I .: :. .
up We wmall walk down to the sea as three and four hundred rooms. The main t: 17 Paid SDFernandezamt,of funds .1...:tatebf. : Williani. ,Johnson:. .,
the sm I;
do question: "Whereis walls plain surfaces throughout their whole extent thirty.days from the date of
but one
and we will ask I in Treasury belonging, to Road ..
sharP, Arkansas V' the exterior three teet application. to the .?. the. -
the boat to carry us to on are very nearly District No. 2, 8483, -,
Another councIl was proposed, and a day thick at base, and retreat on the inner'side by May 23 ABa.rbeeamt.his'tw, bills Columbia..Countyj forleave'to s' fii

named for bolding it; but the Indians did not a series of small jogs from bottom to top, thus as ppd. by Co. Commissioners,. .11 62 estate belonging, to said Estate. ..

to attend. When Billy Bowlegs was lessening the thickness gradually from the bottom 23 'paidV-F Crabti-e ,amt..his bill,. .-
promise the Fla. NovC 3d 1849.
asked after the council was over, whether upwards. ". appd.by Co. Commissioners, 19 50 Alligator, .
delegation, from Arkansas should be sent to him Another object of interest discovered was a 23 PaiW: F Crabtre,.'amt. of his' i .

soon as it arrived the account says "he be- rock Of magnificent. proportions and offa rsur- two ,estimates, appropriated. as. Columbia S '
as agitated and held his breath for a mo- face, upon which were found inscribed, in some above, -' '7 00. B!''virt e of a writ.of II,. fa. hn1s ,

.cs.me ment. fie then said with great deliberation : i instances in beautiful and deeply engraved '' 23 Paid' Crabtree,Eveleth..and Be-, .?' ..Circuit Court, Columbia me '

Cat is my great friend ; tell him not? to characters the names of a number of persons of thune, for attendance as.County me directed,I have levied upon first
come into our country hj& rank and of distinction, in connection with the Commissioners, 600 to public sale in front of the' .

A subsequent letter from W as dates of their passing by the locality, and some 23 Paid Sheriff for attendance onBoard in the Town of Alligator, ,
account was taken other incidental allusions to and his- the first Monday of December
those from which theRepublic's occupation of Co. Commissioners, 1 ?5 t'
. intimates (says that journal) that a portion tory. One of these dates reaches back as far x: 24 Paid 0 Hart's order for amt. of ing property to wit: the North. ,or

I of the InJiansmay be induced morale. We do as 1601, sand there are a number of others of Clerk's bill as appd. by County North Eastquarter of Section six" t

' Dot profess to have any the In- this and the succeeding century.The Commissioners, 11 00 4, Range 17, situate in said : in 1

. dian character generally, or of Seminole char- most important discovery made by the u 24 OIart'order for amt.appropriated bia, levied upon as the rop vs '

acter in particular, but we profess to know i expedition, however, was the discovery of a for Clerk's estimate, 15,50 R. Roberts, to satisfy one fifa, .
something of hum au nature; and we repeat thatwe middle route between the southern detour made c: 24 Paid C Drew;amt.his bill for advertising Circuit Court of said County, at
said when the murders on Indian river were by Col. Cooke from Santa Fe, and the.northernone 10 00 exander Holmes vs IIugh G. .. ';

first committed, that the Seminoles would until not called the Spanish trail route, which will 24 Paid A C Gillett, nmt. his two Pu.Roberts and Henry Mattair. .C. .

in our judg llent remove to the West shorten the distance to San Franciscp three to bills for advertising, 19 00 ASA A. 14

: they arefi rccd to do so. The administration four hundred miles, if not more. .l 2C Paid John hers, amt.his bill for' :

; may pursue its pacific policy towards "the red whitewashing, 3 uu u K GV" 3d 1849.. out t -i
' inhabitants of.Florida/ the National Intelli- Interesting History an Adventure to Cal jfor- August 8 Paid Thomas Ledwith, mt. his I .,
l ccncer would call tb l'Seminol gmd, Gen.Twiggs nia.-A New York citizen, having a capital of bill for repairing Courtr House J Columbia t?

may,under instructions hold his councils and $10,000, managed,to make a kind living with fence 1.8 00 By> virtue ofa writ of fi.fa. C?.. ; '
, t&lksnth them and Wild Cat may be sent for it in Wall street, by shaving. Smitten with 8 Paid Treasurers Corn's for. 'receiving Court of Columbia next, ,

from Arkansas and clothed with diplomatic powers the California fever, he purchased one of .the and disbursing $87.00, me directed I have levied upon -

to persuade them to emigrate; but we venture vessels sold by the United States Government, Road funds, 2M, 2 17 to public sale in front of the .
to say that they will not emigrate until by auction, at the termination of the Mexicanwar. 8 Paid Treasurers Corn's for receiving in the Town Alligator, 11.o. i

they are forced from the l'cninsu13.cThe people It was a brig, for which he paid $3,500.He and disbursing: $1:8.00 4 the first Monday of December sold

iii; of Florida will continue to suffer from the bought wines and other liquors with the per cent, 632 ing propertytowit; one .

apprehensions which a band of savages in their balance of his cash,just 1 leaving himself S500 to Nov. :12 i Balance remaining in Treasury, 169 00 lic Land, being the place r

midst cannot fail to produce. The best lands pay his expenses, by the Isthmus route, to San More now lives, levied upon as* D.C
in that State will continue to be depreciated Francisco. His all was thus risked upon the .' $!2' 50 the said John C. More to satisfy
( and' worthless on account of the proximity of hazard of the die. The brig being freightedwith issued from the Circuit Court t

the Seminoles and a large portion. of that State this cargo, sailed for the land of gold, and I Receipts. -. Columbia in favor of .,
,ust remain Wlstelnd uncultivated. Hut our he arrived before her. He sold'the cargo' at a ISIS. I CR. John C.More.

views of this matter, although they are gathered tremendous profit, 300 or 400 per cent, and he Sept. 26 Balance remaining in Ircasu- ASA A. !?

"r from intelligent residents of Florida, are was offered for the brig $25,000. He refusedthe ry as per last report,. $381 15 ,dir ._
ridiculed by the administration press, and we offer.because he could make more money bya 1849. Nov. 3d 1849.Columbia. of the

are sneered at for having the effrontery to entertain couple;of trips to Oregon for lumber, whichwas April 20 Cash received of Sheriff for cooa- K

any views whatever on the subject while then in great demand at San Francisco.At .- rent of Court House, 7 60 : first .

the hero of Okechobee is in power. We cannot the end of the second voyage, he was offered May 4 Cash reed. of John hans, J. P.. ? Y virtue of a writ of fi.fa. usual ij

see that such success attended Gen. Taylor in $45,000 for the brig. He accepted it. and gath- for nett proceeds arising from B Circuit Court, of b

Hs Florida campaign: that none but him should ering up his profits on the wines and the lumber, the sale of one stray cow, 2 75 to me directed I have levied and

permitted to speak when the Florida Indians he turned all into gold dust. He returned to N.York c 23 Cash received of John MPons, pose at public sale in front of coun- .

xni the Indian character is mentioned. True, a few days ago, in the Crescent City, anddeposited late Treasurer, 29 00 door in the Town of Alligator, the
Ic served gallantly in Florid and fought with $150,000 worth of the shining particles ty, on the first Monday of one

liit brave Missouri volunteers aud regulars at in the mint in Philadelphia, to be coined '$420 50 following property to wit. exe-

Okeckobcc; but we have yet to learn, that with into eagles and half eagles. The truth of this Nov. 12 Balance remaining. in Treasury Sarah, about 20 years old and and .
.all his vaunted knowledge of the Indian char- narrative may be relied on.-N. Y. Herald. lag 18 i named charles, and Harry a ; will

.acter. the Seminole war was nearer its close levied upon as the property of ,

when be left FloriJa than when he went thither. An Irish Estate.-On Lord Portarlington' s Account made and allowed at a meeting of ExVx.: of Daniel M. Stewart, I

Jfhisreccommen-lationto employ bloodhounds Irish estates, there are debts to the amount ofJ:600OOO the Board of County Commissioners held on the fi. fi..issued from the '
D. C.
and his famous district system had been fully and the.rnt roll is.30:000 per an Twelfth day November, A.D. 1849. County, in favor of Cole & .i.
carried out, the result might have been differ num. The noble Earl, however. has a large FELIX LIVINGSTON, Stewart ExVx of Daniel .-
ent. But that must remain uncertain.It English estate, without encumbrance, from his President Board County Commissioners, D. C. ASA A. "I J
turns out that the statement we made JOHN PRICE ; .
maternal ancestors. 1.
some time since, that Wild Cat would be sent ji
JAMES McCoiuncK .
J Nov. 3d 1849.
for from the West to persuade the Seminole to JAMES PLIHUMER I Commi5sioReTS. ; out j.

remove, was correct. The movement will, in PROCRASTINATION IS THE -THIEF OF ELIJAH BUTCH Columbia. Court
: our humble judgement, cause delay, and produce TIME. e BY V1BTUEV writ ofFi.
no good re ult. WiLl Cat is a Seminole Delay is dangerous-neglect that cold and Executor's Sale.NPURSUANCE first
o the Circuit Court of Columbi
chief in ftrior in authority to Billy few weeks and the of usual .
Jiowlegs.He cough a ? hope recovery ofthe order.of the Judge of me directed I have levied wit
did not voluntarily to the West but he will be lost to for Let JL ;
go you ever. not any pecuniary Probate for Columbia county the subscribers to public sale in front of the
was captured and sent thither) and is now the consideration deter you from trying to will sell at public auction:, in front of the in the Town of, Alligator lying,
Lead warrior of tbat portion of the SemInole save your life and health while there is a Court House in thetown of Alligator, on the December, c nn. i'E

_, tribe in Arkansas. And if Dilly Bowlegs, whois chance Consumption is annually sweeping off first day of January next, within the usual the property firstMonday to wit: one Town hs and lilt W

legitimately the king of the Seminoles, andis thousands to the tomb ; no disease has baffled hours of sale, the following lands belonging to Columbus said-County
entitled since the death of Micanopy and the skill physicians like it; no physicians, the estate)Jacob Summeriin,deceased,-situate with the Improvements North i .
llolatuchee in Arkansas to control the nation has donermorc for this cbss ; No. 4, :.
perhaps, ever large in said county "adjoining the Town of Alli- the property of J ,.- -
there, should go to the West with the remnantof suffering humanity, than Dr. Wistars. An gator, "Lx:: The West half of the North-West Mortgage fi..fa.issued from t $"by. ;1

the tribe now in Florida, he would out-rank : ",Once preventative is Worth a poundaf cure." quarter of'Section thirty-two, and Townshipthree said County in favor of Peter g

Wild Cat It is well known, from this reason, therefore, before your lungs become ulceratedand Range seventeen S. andE. Also. the pointed-out in said Mortgage or& j
teat Wild Cat does not wish to have Billy so diseased that no human means can save North-West quarter of the South-West quarter ASAA. ;

Bowlegs in Arkansas : and the Seminole king, you from an early grave, tryin season", try at of same Section Township and Range: .also the saiis-be t n :;

who is now in undisputed control in Florida once aaedicine which has been of such iafmite East halfof the North-East quarter of Section Nov.Sd 1849. .. Z

knows that if te.oes to the West, te gees to his value to thousands--obtain a bottle'of Dr Wis- thirty-one,same Township and Range ; and the : j

.. ic good ian therefore come of Wild tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, take it, get another South-East quarter of Section thirty-one in Columbia .t'1
Cafs diplomatic raiesien unless if in using it until and in all
Billy Bowlegscan necessary, persevere you same Township Range, containing BY \'IRTUE f a writ of .-C? '
ciake vay with him in the swamps of Flori have removed the disease entirely which if about two hundred and forty acres of land-a the.Circuit, Court of, : -- : ,I
\ da. In that erecfr.be may consent to go West neglected will terminate your life.1 Be not deceived portion of which is improved. having thereon a directed I have, levied '

Butft is evident from the result of.the council by quacks, with imitations tnd .coun large and commodious olitchEn, to me publicssale, in front of the 8 .i
at Tampa Bay, that the }'jQrida.lndians do not torfeits; buy none but the genuine and origi- negro houses and other out-buildingSj and 'about in the Town Alligator. '

I intend to emigrate. They falsely insist that. nal, For sale by one hundred 'acres are under fence and .the. firstMonday of December, 'every fl .
_j they have the right to remain in Florida under T. HOLMES &. Co. suitable for cultivation. Terms made knownon wit Horses. ;that.. 1 '
nronettv. id : ,two, .
the arrangement made with General Worth at Jacksonville. day of sale. attle vid dl. {
head of Stqck levied
'That arrangement was only a suspension ofhos- -,---r----- 0 THOMAS D. DEXTER, ; ; .and
ty of Wm;Cason, to satisfy1 .
.tflities. It was not a treaty, and was never master's Sale of Valuable Real ROBERT W. BROOKS, from the Circuit Court of.said by .

submitted to the Senite ; aud it never was heldto Estate JOHN A. SUMMERLIN favor of the ExVs. of Jacob have j
annul the treaties of Payne's L-sniiag and Execu'tors of-Jacob Summeriin;deceased. opera-
C oDe in favor of C:L.
; efFort Gibson both VIRTUE of a decretal order of the District Nov. 16 1849. 24. I'mNotice. son eir du ft'.f
subsequently expressly BY Cason; and onein favor_ or.CoI i
for the ,
confirmed by the Seminole chiefs in Floridaand Court of the United States ,. <
V Which the Seminoles contracted to remove, Northern'District of Florida made on the Hth Cason, and one in. favor of right' J
of June 18'49 the undersigned a Master vs said, Wm. Cason. t'i 4i
to day
the West. ,
f, Billy Bowlegs was a party to, ASA lon, or
in of said Court will offer for sale at j
.iiped Chancery ,
all ofthose treaties; but now he wishes and .;
(tvoid them, and thereby refuses to acknow- public auction before the Court House, in the "-. .' .I ,J'
Nov. 3d 1849.
!le fy,the right ef the United States to require Town Jacksonville, in the county of, Duval, : : S ,,1

his removal. It Wild Cat who refused to sign on Wednesday the, sixth day of February next, ATLANTIC & GULF.RAILROAD' COMPANY.I T 'ColumbiaSh: it may ,.:'t

,those treaties and was removed by force.should the following real estate of George Kingsley, I IT IS hereby notified that if is ihe'intentionof ?more. ':-
be deceased to wit: the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad of a writ-ofFi.
sent $o Florida on the proposed mission, he.Pill Company B'Y.vlrtue l par- .:
be peat upon a mission which he does not DRA.YTON ISLAND. to apply amendments. ,to_the Charter of :.Circuit Court of greatly ..,
wish xo succeed in. The Seminole tribe are said Company, at the next meeting of the Genernl.Assemblyof me directed r have. levied upon in the i :;
Situated oh Lako George, containing seven- Florid to'public sal in front of.the. -
J lands to3t1y originally Georgia Indians, and the teen hundred ((1700)) acres, more or lessvaluable -, November 24, 1849. 3m in.tieTownofA iga&r, G } i enable .
they occupy in Florida are not the of its soil and qUCH- -
hugs of that tribe. have for situation. the quality ,' ." ,- the;IfirsiMonday.of D em er 1.-'
They stipulated to '
for its lemon and citron wit The East .
orange groves. Snwhunve Lower11ineraIMpriiiCOLUXEIACOUNT1FAST i. l property, to. :
remove and they should be forced to do so at \ : tor the .
: FLORtDL.J1ROM East.quarterand'West h lf/ ;
*nce S ,
Thejjeople of Florida have a right to rc- : ) q"ua (fractional S asA
not only that shall not be the about sixteen I : and '
Jture they annoyed Situated on St Johns River, : aJ.i.IIU. ofT wnl\h l.South and ; .
w those kostile.8n age but that they should no miles below Palatka, containing,about six hun Horse,'one'sorrell''Mare_and. both' "-. 4'
longer be in c : -& : '
apprehension of outrage and nn)101&DCe. dred ((600)) acres, more or less. cattle"aleo:the of ,
Stock :
We have the utmost confidence. in solicitation tlast"Winter, the Subscriv ," crop : ; hi that.. f. ;
G.eJL Twiggg andre believe that if he is furZu8hed -. BUENA VISTA.- begs leave'to inform his, friends and C tton f,Char1 Lee west n _-:
ofs id Charles Leo to
with adequate means and is ,left to per- Situated near Forrester's Point, containing invalids, visiting the South/in pursuit of. _healthor erty mouth; fi "
John M..Bur in .
1. his that heh, prepared)Vint Quarters in favor:pf ; / 't
ova plans he will speedly/ows the Sem- one thousand (1000)) acres more orlessjwith, an pleasure; .Sir.
motes to.go West. Councils and talks will never orange grove upon it, and for their reception'and! ;;soHcite! their.pa Elias ircuit.Edwards Court vs said of said' fut q .j. ,

*J judgment;produce that result; and force ; SAN .JOSE PLANTATION. ,' tronage., The Rooms are comfortable'aiid. have thtf. Davis ; ext n. .,:ilo
JIluat beresorted to,. for the people, Florida good fire places. 'No ,pauis,will,be,:spared to. Tpr,BenJamin: ys : .ami 11
St :
Sit11:1ted'in River
on from :
DuVal theJustice'&Ciirt of
County, .
render every comfort andf attenbontothose : : .' 31
aright to demand that the general ;. r..
at.once remove the Seminoles from governent Johns six miles from Jacksonville' containing' who.may; ;'visit4his: c l 6ri1 a'-'Fountaui.of y -- .; ASA' : 'jv sf' 'i.
that three hundred ((300)) acres more.or lesS of which + :! tl .
St&t We learn that the ''administration has Life. Several horses are kept in readiness : J ; I. -' .
hundred and :seventy-five acres',are NpT.3d..i84a.: ." .
fledged itself I about one fo-r.thoS-who wish' to'nd$- an4 iiiity' s. : ftfeolai' --
to those "
remove Indians eabJyifit'an forcibly jilt must. We trust i open.for cultivation. On the place i.s a &C.. :abounds, ih'wild-gamej'siich .
that the pledge will speedily be redeemed. ling house, 'WIth necessary" out buildings; Clicks.and>
&C, :-The above places offer'great inducements 'sport there istevery/acility., The Mail Stages, s',,'d s )'. :' '.

to'pttrchasers-being healthy/and' ; ::pleasantly'Johns' from Jacksonville to.Tallanasse,pass'the House: Thursday, the:-fi i: : h t-. J t
Too CntudL-H: travenefon ,the Upper situated immediately on the River St. ;twice;a"week each 1 way ,Terms if Board: are, All the perishable property ,t .!
,) awsippi writes to the Cincinnati Kenpareil i witH fertile lands' bearing many,of the tropicalfr'so $20'per;month }including fires;-dnd the:Table.wni tate of:said.James'James,"d :; estab.-" _

q fiQllows concerning*,Dubuque,. Iowa ITtie -,. I of them* already.in growing' ata 6.1" .' ..befurnished''.,," !!,)s.any 'Vtherat' the of :'liouseholdiind .Jdt.. n* ; tie fcui ; :::

,O|>P waUonof thU. place estimated at nine' _, -. -. 'TERM: '.- .. .:. _.'J;i:.. ;. South.The"1: b,u dical''.id'ican? beproctue. utensi1s. ,,Rifl. G n.{fDeer: -I,,"'".;- ,". I ', -10..', '
twwwad) andnfty.cUssed here'and the Springs this time;are7 in first several head.of hor8 or. ""' ".' a : .. .
follows nr th .
u.Jmansfive One. ,.third. :cas-baiance. :in!Onet'Q, :/tif' : I
0 -
"aa thousand dogs,:and fifty colo- three years withT, w res ptOibeijs ared.by 'rate order' forVdrinking iud:% atbig. 4.t these sided' mill, .logSy!:1 S. sticks o'f ,'-((_ _...."; "- .. .::' !
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bond of the'p ujchasex', .and mortgage. ;onTthepremisaj. Springs will!found a very pJ! aid desirable .- cut saws,axes,-& .;&c..,?"' 'Je !-' .'A,",.'.>'.," ;t
... : "plapd to pass the Winteri: f* fo thibyofal& '. '.t'- -.
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W i :: : ,. -TTnEzVT: ., -- ":::: .TJIOtA fM $B&,
lktr.sill the other that ::, GEORGE R;, mB t : .' v
night, marriage ;: 1i*> : : .. ,' -,: ,. : ;. "
useiLl to be m&triIl ODl. bgt.*owo iLanatter ':t '.,""',. ". ,,. ,.x ., .H' .,\.r".- .atter'111b&Ucertr.-. .. .. .- :.' -{,<&"''*'*'.''' .,.* '.' ". .","4'.:. '4.1tQJ'1.., ft.6 .to1t.' ,.. ',o.f.i."f:!: ', ..'' ... ;...' .., .

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r* t4oiu JY 'OTCSTARB' ,PICK.CLS,-- .fA CKSONVILLE.A.CADElUY--. : ". :.8'... ,c.. "'."rtB'"Ir.f.ID..O.J"." '- -..,.. ;;_.J'-.1 -1 ;iP? : S ::
.9 j SUBCCS, & : ;p f
y hangle
MESS118.: ; : the'bwld1n attached: ,
Mushroom .nIWanutPrepared Ketchup.' : *
Salad for Lobsters Chick. 'arenow prepared:jnconnection.iY1thC11DRY ? ;
Dressing Hr
., ; d
ens, &0. :: > dROCERYJLARP; W.ABE _.,!=_ I'S, :ral:bottles ahe Is t t
.: t t English Mustard, in _pound and half-pound AND: : ,;; casI; thought -t lgbt do good JeiD,; '
V .
: bottles. "j I.$heu dno'g9od '

.. Dunn1 Chemically Prepared Chocolate, forInnlid& ,THIS INSTITUTION'WILLBE OPENED ON, 'BUSINESS. I UIUZ1 'number"otremediflt..Uiat'"L.. ..'
Ir o'clock At established, by the Satan ] js oun.. .....
: the first Monday in June next,at.9 A. Their chl.rges.re ,' OHN.'ldtJLLE = .

: Spanish and French Olives, ,Capers, and Sweet vin Jacksonville, East Florida. .nah. rates.. "*'-* ; &Z : .I -__ ;. :.."' ;
Oil. Separate rooms will be fitted up! for the accommodation They are the: Age t8 9fth,1.'M: : aiJ L : TO Tn -4 .. .

Carrie Powder, Indian Soy, and Cayenne Pep-. of young Lads.and.Misses,:where Steamersat,:this"place and-are now enabledtoofferevtry ; L I IIItliIW LDIE- .

; *g perAnchovy they'will be instructed in the Elementary and: facility.the Merchant'Planter' a : GREAT. FEMALii: JE l

Shrimp, Bloater and Cavier Pastes. higher branches of an English and classical and the Public generally., .- -, ,J Iij ,
M RICH SAUCES of every Variety imported, i Education, and young 'men will be fitted for odco signed to their care:will. 'be received Ig 1 I'a nd speedy! cure for Ii : .

r ,- cash as Reading, Harvey,olin Bull, Worcester, College or for professional life;'in the Latin and. and'forwarded with.despatch." ? 'fthe Incipient >tr-

.! / Camp, &c.. &c., &c. Greek classics, and in the Philosophical and Their. Stbre,Office. andWarehouse: are. situated -. _AN'BNTIRELY VEGETABLE::COMPOUND, -matter general whether prostration the otth i

Prese ve'English Fruits and Provisions. Mathematical sciences. convenient to the Wharf. .. resultof
prepared by a regular faJM.
or.causes. produced by irreguJStr%
Jellies Jams Marmalades and Preserved am- I'alalka, SL John's River, E. F..-. January. ; 13 j, JLX ,
; A rraugr men U. Ij ; 'Physician, and is the result,of an ;xten- accident. > _, f11nte. Cl .

aica Ginger. TUB YEAR will be divided into four'quarters, 1849.. -: ? : '- .." sive practiceofseveral years in a bilious cH- Nothteg can 'beinoresnrpwg

Real Gorgon Anchovies. of about' 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca 'SALE. VBY mate '.Those.who haTe used it themselves, or vigoraUng: ,: on.the tlan fti' ,

Stoughton Bitters. tions. The day will have two sessions: the first,, seen its salutary *fects upon; others, .need no sons all weakness and U1nan fnJneJ. ,
virtue of the power vested in me b, jaw, Iasdtnde7W :-
: d .4 Syrups of every sort. from 9 to.12 M., and the second, from3 to 5 P. and will farther evidence of its great value The health at,once become robust and t. hit'
:I have levied expose' fcr fall
-r. Liqueres ofthe choicest kinds. M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to: upon of thousands ,has'.been 'perfectly;"restored by i influence. ,It oftnfrg,':!
: London Pickles, Chow Chow, Piccalili, Gher- declama sale at Fort Pierce, (there being no Court House this 'Immediately Co1Dltera
exercises in English composition and 'U1edicint,. h.el( all- other remedies have nervelessness 'of t, :
of St. Lucid in the of St. .female
in the ) county rrline
&c. county ,
Which '
t : tion.; failed v Its operation.,;.s not,simply to suspend great'cause of barrenness .' Is,,
Florida the22d : -
Lucie :
on Monday dayof9ctober. ,

DE VERE & CO'S extracts ,
aavoring ,
JM I After the first term nc pupil will be received the'diseasefora., : .
tiniet'ut ,to,. purify the sy&temi It will not be "of
for Confectionary Ice Creams, Jellies, &c.,.viz: A. D., 1849 between the usual hours of. expected 111" b
at the beginning of session and restore it to sound ,
except or near sale the of land : and_per tecthea1th4 delicate a;nature. to exhibit of fa
Peach followmg'described .tract orso ; certIficates
Mace ;
Lemon Nutmeg ,
and no pupil for less than one term. ;A snail Treatise on the "causes'treatinentand performed :but, 4e of tilt
Vanilla Celery Rose Orange Peel much thereof,as will, pay the State and County can assure Ute
Tuition. cure of fever and and other diseases of hundreds "t aftiicted
assessed cases ha1e'n
Nectarine&c. Taxes thereon forthe 184" !
Ginger Clove Almond year reported
The above articles, and many others of the Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, -,1- $6,00 i and 1848. unless the taxes thereon and the costs bilious climates," may be hd gratis of the,un: 'IDa. TOWNSEND : .M'I''Wife' to : -

j* : !r' choicest kind, are imported from the principal Higher English: studies; 8,00 are paid'before the day of sale, to wit. An Island dersigned. v t. I tressed by weakness and gen beig-e-ri .

r., qI 1 houses in England. For sale bwer than any Philosophical and Classical studies, 10,00 containing 3,600 acres of land, lying and Also, numerous certificates from men'ot the I 8Uft"erin tinua.111.by paiD.-IJ2(1rft1l nd

c ; &; house in the United States byGEORGE One half the price of tuition,according to the being in the said county of St Lucis, called"Mnrratt's highest respectability,' testifying to the great difficultfes and haTIng n 1rD U'

p4k.i' RAPHAEL, studies pursued, will be expected in advance, Island," situated near Cape Canaveral efficacy' this medicine,. can be seen on application medicine has 'effected, "CUrtli"es1he0.! i f

262 Pearl Street, U. S. Hotel, N. Y. and the balance at the end of each term. in the River YSorIndian, River; grantedto to I hearingit recommended for such caaei '_
*- l Board will be provided in Town"at reasonable T. O. HOLMES & CO described :I obtained IS lhatt
v3&&rjlftfrvrSMiKS $ Perfumery in every variety, Imported and Don.Juan McIntosh by the Spanish Government a bcttleof
Ffl-s!2 Domestic. rates per month, for Pupils from the coun- the '"i8th May, in the year'1803, and Agents for Jacksonville end Vicinity. of Sarsaparilla and followed tie c ur Elbt &

siWfiS- .. 4-?.p' 'r 1.. Sept. 8, '40. 4m try. ; and Parents- and- Guardians- .who.... may- desire .' measured and laid off.to said McIntosh by Ge ) Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849. 6m gave me. In a short period It remOTedh J1'ectiOtaJOli

.. ; tIt' ... to avail themselves of the facilities or this J. F. Clark, on the 2d December, 1817, as will be plaints and.;restored: her to r.
Jt. :'\.::' Ufa' Imlaud Boiler Cotton Gin. Institution for the education of their children seen by thiplatand. survey thereof; which DR. TOWNSEND'S. COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful:for the benefits she 'hea1t.Jt. -em

)!: : ;:i :::' Subscriber begs to call the attention of and others, may be assured that no exertion said 3,600 acres are assessed in said St. Lucie SABSAP A BILLA.. pleasure:In thus acbowledgmg recejved'it and t&1

z a (::tt: ., ; THE : and the Public to his unequal- will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and county to John H McIntosh This Extract is put up'tn quart lottlss itis I mending it to'the public. ',. ": I-
? ItI ,
;.' ., .J t'
:t !I' :ri-l J,1! SPI excellence ef these Gins requires no puff: all entrusted to the care ofthe Principal. lC "' ,gC U "1849, 26.73- perior any sold. It cures diseases without: AlbanyAug. 1844. .

J ( J ;R '.!f. who use them say they cannot be beat, and are B. RUFUS in' Town K. SEWALL will be,expected PrincipalN. to Add costs, vomiting,purging,sickening or thbililating the pa. TOMOTfl1l1S AND M.ARRIEDLaI1B-
in ,
t't: the best Gins use. C. L., BRAYTON. ti nt anllis particubrly'adapted for a, This ExtractofSarsaparil1ahaa
-Jf dtI .'t,y.-: The Subscriber has oa'hand: a large stock of provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen- Tax Collector aud Assessor of St. Loucie Co .F7ALL AND WINTER MEDICINE' ly prepared, in reference to uPlaa'
fl ;\ .' Double and Single Breasted Gins and takes in- ded. [Republican copy.] female complain..,.
; .;; : July 14, 1849. tdos The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla No ftoi.Ie.vbo has reason to
.l' t.JJ.: < .consideration the low price of Cotton and May 19,1S49. tf Iff": The above sale is posponed till the first; over all other remedies is, it era- preaching that critialperid'tbe 8Uppcs she isp..

:" H !\' t hard times, and will sell them at low prices.- Monday in December next. dicates disease should tnxn of1it !7
;fr" : invigorates the neglect to take ,it, as it is
; Address T. VANCE St. Geo. and also a Certahi
1k'f" Marys ,
JACKSONVILLE HOTEL. body, consumption cured vent Te for any of the pre.
numerous and
tl' 'l.S:.. i) the following agents: cleanse and' diseases to' which hcfriW.
HOLMESCO. strengthen females
i & Acosta Centerville Geo. are 8ubjecfaUlia
J '4 i Villalonga time of life.
-!! !! consumption can be cured This period
"JI 'ft". .Ii "f\.!II\-'. B. F DeLorm, Darian, Geo. MESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed bronochitis S several may be iIaied:'fer
'; "4'.p.: B. F. :Smith: Charleston. .-. Carolina.S. of Merchandize to the large consumption, liver complaint, less years by using this medicine .tfait

": : ;' ; "; .-l S. B. Thompson, Black Creek, E. Fla THE SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease building formerly occupied by the United States, colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spit- valuable for are .applUdrlng
1J womanhood
f : the Hotel Ijting ofbloo in the it is
soreness chest as
.:t i .,fJ...; Geo. L. Brown, Newnansville, Fla. formerly occupied by Mr. known as the Government Building. They, byq'uickenfng } assist.J1 turl
.. WOOD respectfully solicit a continuation of have hectic flush, night sweats,difficult the blood and
H .r p A. Duabar & Co., Kings Ferry and Traders added to their stock, by"the late arrivals. invigbrati lr.Ue
r : ; 1 .:.< Hill. the extended patronage which has hitherto : from New York a full assortment of Dry Goods or profuse expectoration system. Indeed,this medicine mval1iab1efOl
1"\ ,..t.... been bestowed Upon this well known .estab-- I and pain all the diseases to which
t'i .M ". TIIO'I"SV"CE. Groceries; Hardware, Provisions &c4 &c. women are subject
.... :j oJ ;''I. lishment lu order the better to merit it they which in.the side,&c. It braces thr 'Whol system
f Sept. 22: 1S19. 3ra2mILuw they. are prepared to sell at reduced renews p.mu
1 ,
.. -':H. :iL-D.'..:. have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the prices. have and ently the natural energies- remOviTth,
.- .. ':J ''. .'JrJ; and
building, adopted improvements to can bl! impurities of the body-not
''4t .....' t', .' Notice.JACKSONVILLE'August. They are now prepared to purchase Cottons EO far stiniuiatig
,, ,
'/It the health and the
promote comfort of their cured. system as to
;r .. guests.. produce a
J \"" .. ir Hides, and other produce of the at the subsequent re
t. ,- t. ':t. ;, 21,1849. The old friends of the house will certainly highest Market and country, Probably ther* never was a remedy.that has tion, which is the case of rucst medicines rates make
! \1 '(. I\f.. HAVING left the State for California, I deem it an advantage that the table will be un- consignments to their, -friends cash advanceson been so successful in desperate cases of consump for female weakness and disease. eJ

! ..-. i'-I:, {:1:;. transferred my busine2s to Col der the superintendence of an experienced in Savannah tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens DISEASE OF THE HEART

J t ,,it-/: .1.; Samuel Spencer who will, in conjunction with Hostess, by whose 'aid they flatter themselves ;Charleston have or New York. "tystem.. and appears to heal the ulcers on the TUBE AND IJ1lOPP, .R IT?
They a new article of ,
- b. { L: i Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to they shall not be rivalled by any Hotel in the Ploughs-to which they would Wrought Iron lungs, and the patients gradually regain their NEW 1.0RxJuJy, 22,1845.
wr: ; .. t''f' ;l : a close.ii.gf South, being now enabled by the constant steam respectfully usual health and.strength. -DB. TOWKSEWP-.Dear Sir
the attention of Planters. : lily wife ba
The Militia claims in will be atr3''v'.c"
.ti{ my charge communication been
; with Savannah and Charlestonto afflicted with
; i CURIOUS C.4.SEOF a disease of the
% tended to in connection with Col. Jacksonville: Nov. 6, 1846. tf CONSUMPTION. heart,aid
l"r. by have with
the. advantage of the fine a terrible
I ; markets of There is rupture for
scarcely a day but there over fifteen
f l < : ;i} "( Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Washington those Ci ies. In addition they bring to the business AdlUini.lr lrix' Notice. a number of cases Consumption passes are the greater part of the time. She las jw let ,

i ...r:1. 'g :' and every effort made: by us jointly to an experience of many.years, which will MONTHS after date I shall present cured by the use of Dr. Townsend's reported as troubled with shortness of breath and *
SIX my Sanaparilla. gxeaft.
!:<1 f\ them to successful result. 1 have
: : ; prosecute a enable them to better the of the
tering heart
.tc c; judge means of attending accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the The following was recently received: which has been very'di-
+, ,. ;:. i: no!authority to collect the money due on these to the wants of those who visit the mild Judge of Probate of Columbia county for a final DR. TOW.NSE'HD-Dea., Lir: For the last tressing, and has frequently been unable to
claims I have to have whatever
t\i.E .i" ;;' as always preferred climate of Florida for the leave her bed.
: of healthor The '
H. : be in thett1 purposes settlement and'discharge from the administration three years I'have been, afflicted with general rupture was.very large
'J'F.... t.1.: : money may appropriated placed pleasure. of the Estate of John C. Smith, late of- debility .]. hands of local such the
a as
b paymaster, parties
.: THE such
INCREASING reputation which the cli- said and did not cases with but little benefit.
county stage to
expect ever gain healthat When jEt
Jtifl; fl.1 interested may select, after the act of their relief mate of Florida deceased.ELIZABETH my
} ''1 GREGORY YALE. possesses in the estimation of SMITH. all. After going through a course of medicine had taken but 'three bottles of,you!: excellut

,.,::W k ; .!.it\1- 28 1849. tf the medical faculty for the cure of consumption ,By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag't. under the care of some of the most distinguished I medicine e was entirely relieved of the wilma
\5J;: ..Z t4 .; August and other pulmonary diseases has induced June 16 of the heart and the
a 1849. and ,
Ht.Lt: : ) H. __. ,6m physicians members of the rupture has almost en
.t 4 Jacksonville Female Institute- vast increase of travel to this State, during the Board Health in New York' and elsewhere tirely disappeared. ...'
fall and winter months. of those who seek the Land fur Sale. and. spending, the most of She has also had the dropsy and vas
earnings at very
rI FF1HE Committee of Direction have adopted relief afforded by a milder FOR SALE between my in much swollen.
JL atmosphere-and in nine and ten thou te tempting regain my health, and after read- We had loide that tie could
f .J1. the following regulation. *. view ofthis fact, subscribers have determined .sand acres of Land,. situated in 'NassauCounty in gin some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resoleved be so benefited, as she had such a ccn-.plicaticn

..- lL 4. of The eleven scholastic weeks each.year is to consist of four terms that their exertions to merit,the patronage partly near Nassau and partly near St. to try it' After'using'six bottles I found it of diseases.: But it has, as strange as ii,reay: tp*

4.I' :' which shall be bestowed upon them shall be bry's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman done me great good, and called to see ': atyour'office' pear, relieved her of the dfopy. lama*ate,
7.;. .'; Orthography, reading: writing and arithmetic without regard to toil or expense. Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine'ItLnI i ; with your advice I kept on;you and'do 'that this statement is so strange astoajjeir

4 I ., per term, $4,00. The above with English BUFFINGTON & COX. ), conveniently situated upon water courses, ,most heartily thank you foryour advice. I almo'st like fiction; but it is, neverfhelees,tttir

I .x .' grammar: and Geography, per term S5,00. The Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849. tf with the exception of about five hundred acres.' in taking tie! Sarsaparilla,and have,been persevere reality.. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly aval
a. above% with the higher branches of an EnglisheJucationembracin2AlgebrHGconetry.lIistory f The Charleston of hammock land the St. : nable medicine( and
Mercury, and the Sa- heavy upon Mary'sRiver. able to attend to my usual labors for.the last should be used by every

; vannuh Georgian will please copy the above The whole' or any portion will be sold1. four months,.and I hope by the blessings of God one that is suffering as we have been. If uj'

natural, mental and moral Philosphy, Botany, until forbid. cheap for cash.; Apply to and your Sarsaparilla continue health.- disbelieve this account, they are at liberty to,

: Chemistry, Geology,Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic WILLIAM helped me beyond the expectations my of all that call'at my house and have ocular demonstration.

; aad Evidences of Christianity, per term $6,00 Estate of Ellen Lyiicss, Deed. Jacksonville March 17 1849. HICKMAN.kn ew my,case. CHARLES ,QUIMBY. Yours.,respectfully
Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer in ad- WILLIAM
is hereby given to all hav Orange Essex Co.N.J.. Auer. 2.1847.. TOWSEK, 1 Jamewt
Jf 1'j vance. NOTICE persons, Curator's C>- '7 -- -
Notice. .
: The scholars will be under the careful instruction demands against the Estate of .is Stale !New Jt1T1lYJ.Elsez' County, II.C:= as. -
hereby given to all havI
Ellen Lyness, late of St. Johns NOTICE persons Quimby being duly sworn according to law on
deed. ,
of fern ile teacher. county, ,
.. ; &:! an experienced are requested to demands against the Estate of his oath'saith, that the foregoing statement is No fluid or ttedldine has ever been disc ier-
the ;
present to the
Provision has been made for instruction same undersigned -
i.'I late ed
; ,, without delay and all Creditors George Payne, of Hillsborough county, true, ccordingto the best of his knowledge and which so nearly resembles the gastricjuk
) Latin. French, Painting and Drawing, aud Mu- ; deceased., are requested to present the same to belief., CHAS. or salivain decomposing food and strenztieW
;. & for which additional charges will be made. gateesand persons entitled to destribution are the QUIMBY.
ii; notified undersigned without delay; and All Creditors Sworn and subscribed to before the organs digestion as this
_- (' The first term the 8th hereby that all claims of whatever nature me at Orange, preparation
commences on ofOcto- and Sa
'Legatee, entitled to distri JmilIa. It
t next. they may be, will be forever barred, unless bution persons the 2d August., 1847.; CYBUS.BALDWIN, positively cures everycsseof'
jer they shall be presented within two from are hereby notified that all claims of Justice of the Peace dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. __
for admission years
Applications to be made
are to whatever >
nature BANK'
.5.. beComxnitteof1Mrection. the date of the first publication hereof; and all they may be, will be forever DEPARTMENT, ALBANY, May 10,'184&
I 't' persons indebted to the Estate are requested to barred, unless they shall presented within TWO CHILDREN 54 VED. DR.TOWKSEWD-&>: I have.been afEiclei:
COMMITTEE OF DiREcnoN. two years from the date.of the first publication Very few'families indeed-in for several years with in
J. M. DANIEL come forward and settle their accounts with fact we have dispepsia is wont
JOHN JACKSON hereof; ,and all persons. indebted to the estate ]not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's form,attended with sourness of stomach, lea

,3.lI ; A.M.Dr. H.REED D. HOLLAND, Executor, Tampa Bay, Fla.!, are requested to come.forward and settle their Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the'past of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great

accounts with summer: while those.that did aversion to all kinds of food and for week
i -: RIUSUREtt. Sept. 8, 184 9t not sickened and ,
t: Rev. SWART JOHN DARLING, lied. The certificate we publish below is conclusive (what I could eat) r have been unable retain

..; Jacksonville July, 1 '(9. Administrator' Curator of the Personal Estate,&-c., evidence of its value, and is only another but a small portion on my stomach. tried tEe
Tampa, Fla, Oct.,'13,1849Adniiniatrntor' instance of its saving thelives of children usual remedies, but they had but little cr'no

life\v Books New SIX months after date I shall present my accounts ,TowNsEND-Dear Sir: I had two chilIren : efCCv in removing the complaint. I was induced -.
Books and vouchers to the Hon. Notice.
Judge of about two
ured months since
; by to
your Sarsaparilla f.the tryyourEitractof
... JIJST Received and for sale by the subscri- Probate for Marion county, for a,final ..settle. SIX months after date,1 shall present my accounts :omplaint and dysentery ''one summer Sarsaparilla, and I must, with little con
( % and vouchers was only 15 say ,
ment. and for as Administrator
L4 apply a discharge as Administrator fidenc
r i nonths old and the other"3 ; but after using bo tIes I
nearly two
) the
; Estate
Ramon Sanchez years. They
THE: CRATER of the estate of Samuel E. : deceased to the were
VULCAN'S : late ,
;1 or PEAK Swilley, of found
reduced and my appetite restored and heartburn"entirely
Honorable we the
Probate they would
S. A Tale of the Pacific, by J. Fennimore Lowndes county, Georgia, deceased. Judge of St; Johns jcoun-
Cooper. lie removed and
they I
; wei'given would earnestly re
by two"
for final
; Price WM. D. BRANCH ty, a settlement of said Estate and up respectable
50) Adm'r.
$4, .. cents. thall at the same time hysicians. ,When thejdoctor informed lie:that commend the use'of it to those who bye been t
THE RAID OF Marion Co. August 4 1849. apply Letters of Dismission
GOMEZ. 6mAdmiul.trnlrix'
-25 cents. afflicted I
: ive must lose them ,as been. Yoors&
we.resolved ,
such to i ;
ih as Administrator try "
THE of which all jour
( 4t. FATAL ERROR perS I
,4 % By the Countess If sons interested in said'Estate, re" 'desired arsap rilla"we h heard so much of, but had W.W.VANTZAKPTrf. ;
<< 25
Blessington,- cents. B.
Notice. ittle confidence there Purchase '
.J3, I I take noticeMAURICE' being so much stuff ad- / none but such as lave.: wrap-
lv THE .PRAIRIE GUIDE, SIX months after date I shall present' my ac SANCHEZve; 1is d that' is -'w rtbIe ibutwe'ar&-v : .*rs that hide, the bottle c'omjJetely and tiara

4I A Tale of the Mexican War-25, cents. counts and vouchers to tIle Horn Judge of St. AugusMne August 18th Administrator.'49. hankfnl, that we did, for it undoubtedly saved ry .thfr wrilten signature S.P.TOVFNSEND..
1i'r i.l.. I A Romance SUN. I Probate of Columbia county, for a final settlement : ;he li'vesofboth. ):I write this that others : I Principal. 126 Fu on: tSunBailding,

of the last Revolution in Peru,-23 cts. and ask a discharge from the further administration Notice. b e induced to use it. Yours, respectfully may, N..Y.; ;':Redding & co.8 Stalest Bcstoa ; Dyott.

CHARLES DsWAALJacksonville / of the estate of '&; sons '132 North Secon S
Samuel l.st. Philadelphia
I Elliot ;JOHN.V LSON Jr. ;
persons havingany demands ,
1,1849. tf deceased,late of Columbia county. ALL of Darius: Ferris late against the Myrtle-avenue. ,Brooklyn, Sept.15,1847.LUNATIC S. Hance, druggist Baltiue;* Durol & .co.
MARTHA W. : ofP.uvat Co., S Richmond P. M. Cohen 'CharlestonVWrigit&C0.151
Florida deceased : ,
are ASYLUM.James
Notice. Administratrix of the _hereby upon to pre .
Chartres-st.New J05Scoti
Estate of S. W. Elliot. sent the same to the Orleansi\
t : persons interested will hereby take no July 21, 1849. 6m and all creditors undersigned without delay, CummingsEsq.one of the Assistants I Pearl-st. A1bany! B. R.YartBaciirE. 'cor/of
ALL legatees and 1 n the '
)4 that I have this day filed my peti- distribution persons entitled LunatioAyalum'Blackwe11'aJslandis the,' Market and .Broad-sts.Newark.N.JI andbr

tion to the Honorable the Court Probate for; STATE OF FLORIDA. claims and demands are' hereby will be*barred notified that'' their ,g rentleman r" spoken- of in the followincr.letter. :". pnncipal Drnggistia.pd: Merchants: generally

1i 1 .. .Duval County: to have my dower in the estateof To All to whom these Presents shall ration of two at the expi ; : RHEUMATISM' : throughput the United States, West Indies u*
This is
years 1Jess'preserit within ;
q' come. the only one of 'more than four thousand the :
James James, deceased, late of said county/ Greeting: same. ," L Caiadi i A,-M.RE.ED'Agent
"- ases.:of rheumatism
allotted to me, and that shall on the I :that;Dr.Townsend Saraparilkv. 'Jacksonville Fioridi,
i5 Monday, WHEREAS Lawrence.Ryan has applied to SERAPIIINA FERRIS i;, has ,,
:js twenty-sixth day of November next, at a' term Letters dismissoiy from the Es xetrix of Dirfufc'. cued-The2, most severe" and L ., ,Fb 26, 1848. ly
Court then to be held, apply to said Court tate George Church, deceased Jacksonville s -- Ferris' de d." c thronip: :cases are weekly: eradicated by. its ex,' -.
Therefore'all -
,Sept..itb,1849. raordinary i
virtues _
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for order the interested .. ;
an allotting to persons
p4 ; o. '
saD\8 me. are hereby; notified : < FvBjv IfOTICfi.
to file 1c :
'i p MARY ANN JAMES their objections, if t .' ,1847. .
: any they have to the issu : Notice. "
Widow and Administratrix Jeu. ing of said Letters six ". 'DE.4T6wiisz: B--'Pear Sir: :I suffered T"BQ'QX8.'Of".ubcrip: Jo to Ae capital
of James, deced. months after'date .other Jacob:Forman: ;:V -; : .. t aye
; ; erriblyfor nine
<< with the Gulf Bail lC3Vornpauy
wise t ,
Jacksonville, Oct.27, 1S49. 4t said Lawrence; 'Ryan will be :tr s. l'NoUce years << rheumatism;

;_ _ _ _ _ _ by virtue of these presents. discharged Canqros&- ). ."in"Attachment."j'" : .. c ohsiderable, of the time Ifcouldiot: eat, sleep ,will be opened in the City o! St Angustine -

;, JV.iIce lo seal of office,. .T HED fendant and hlthera'iitr ,J]ay,limbs ',were, swollen. 1 at nine_o'clock.A. the 25tb (bj
e t'edat. Mn
._ fjj"i'M1 persons having demands against the [L.S.] this 25th June, A. D. 1849 have,used. on Tuesday
of.Jams' James deceased estate WJLLIAM F. .' hereb'notdied. of the;, commencement of fl burbottes. of your Sanaparilla..and they.have .ofSepternbernext, andwill, be i on tinned opea,

__ KCUty'! w il1 them; ,' late of 'Judge,of Probate. Duval CRABTREB., 'this suit; returnable; .|oji JuBtictfs.Court I ;to"be l:one'me more than,one thousand,dollars,worth un4lbeWbole. stock,js taken "_ '
preseu properly ,au- county j at Jacksonville on ; 0 f,i!good-rLam1 In
.- .the undersigned for .Tun 30, '49.-6m '- of : ; ,better ,Indeed,I-..am ;behalfof tfre Commission ,
%within two years front the date hereof payment t, .' *' Septernbernext. ancito. appear and,plead. to' Dtirelle; da You_ are 'at: liberty.to use. ". Do'.L'.,YIJLP..
-- or their .- e sam .' ,; \ tJ bis I for the "
claims will be forever barred the :Notice.THl benefit of the afflicted.. ,. August. 2; 1849. :tf
by statute. alvin wider 'Dil 1and ;Your8respectlbUy ,JAMES .

THOMAS.M.\RY' M. Il.tGANAdrn'r, -tlfl-Honse: SUBSCRIBER! has,leased,:thV : ."l] !> twenty.cighth day..of4ugust'LD I this'jsA. .' : ,:.v.:; : I;CO ULD::NOT, .WALL CUMfl2G&:: --- .
AXi J .UES, Admt'Jacksonville formerly.occupied by Mr;.Hatch on, ( :1849.. : ,t :-. i TlatprTowiisend's- -UaIaItrqN.Jcc.: ..
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:Sarsaparua L
Oct Baystreet" thc
M ; 21, 1849; 2m House) ,!. ((known, .asHart's,- .old; Boarding -.". ::4:'_. : ,'1' A-.W..CRIOHTON.'; r..7 best remedy:for .female complaiita: ,ye.there is :;weeks after''date I snail make"'P

&. AUl"f40 1U1 is.now prepared'a commOdAt.A ;"-. ... ;. ,.,:Juati ptj .e'.P. c : fu j'p 10 i ; disputing; "thousands and? ,1,thousands: of ;SIX, iO&1 to tie, Honorable:'the'Judge Of'i'r
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CORDIALS, Maraschino, Curacao may"s ,fit"t_ sures tben andgel ->I : '. -3m : :females that -Columbia'county, for letters of Administration -
,' Lemon tht no .i' ")-, :._ ) 4 : wereprdby ?-
r Syrup Raisins Citron pains wIll bespared :--.- i: ___ : t '
Currants Preserved 'e theiroomfort. to'eJ1" i : tI ra thosesrdiseases;: .tb irfuch'fenM ci :"on the Estate of William (L'KJ fe o(
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; Ginger; Piesh, ;Sal. tac'hed ; qrninodjousstble is'at- :0' H, .tltr. s 'Djf:. A'1 [' .u bject'wcraoojij'the PUWIIU. v, ;deceased.7 : ;
mon and Lobster in cases,Sardines to the Stabtishment ." ." 'A"C- "" '- ,t'>", __ ,.. J. eajoyraent: of robust I,, .' '
Olives.: Ca .ancI MlU"1 -
S )J ; every'att'ep- Al1T.ION: : .. ** : WD'1tJ.4.M:4' )
mpers. -Paste, Currant.! Jelly, Blackberry"Jam; Jujube. fiKffi&fi 1 to the hors of tho8e travel 5 "EB., : 't;_:. :NewYoSetis.-; : Blounta'FcrryOct.1849.: ; '."f:''
Refined .t
Liquorice, &c... For sale : f- : :J4CSONVJ.WR1R..f.SA ; : 'ntl : .
;i Dtt 9J' Ii'A.'M. by' -,- )jroper.toitop" A1W. with him. t1r .!." i any part ot the C uyatt ucld j. ,;Ylt 9 r ;' ?dl ie ha .t x '. -' : -
:HEED. >; : > ; } _
bonYiJIeJ : IO9! ro'. andesectully.sol1cted: 1e last;year:,:been 'very,,sick ,ana hi ,ONDONPORTB: : :
.. .J ,'EO-F.,De 2-; 1848. :, \ :VJ.{ lr :. ; uC ) ,a; rely ; : 4IW'sCOTCUL: !
'tf .. d sta '
'J Ck8 nil1e 4 ': ; Oti ; *
; My1848: : :f' : J "b.emg : 9fd! 1 a :.*.A: ,For.sale. by ,A. -M.:
%' (4 ..... ',- ". '.. .IVi. e t...:of complabi' SUWMW. .female are lijTb\e& \ .J> s t ;if. .

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