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 22, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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or All i regular Cl1ltom r. ByrefcrrugMceruined 'She lovedme, .wh rimy Eathzi. ld ': The i history if''every'nation:!is''fraught wlth&romantic Mississippi d,expressed ,our approbation solitary representative ,in ,.it.,from .any State I
) sen.ion,unless by lum may be Bank'stock and cash'and cattle, .. incidents.-. Engl t.d..J1"the story of them., To-day ,published those of Mr.Gart- having undoubted;interest. in Institution a
to oar tt1flSV the requisite advertisement. When to her door my splendid gray. her Alfred;Scotland of her'Wallace and;Bruce,1 rell, WilkesJ, our,native county;'submitted to? .Virginia\ a'half free .State,: the question' of! 1
1 ,114 waiwmitted with the with the numb, At two o'clock would rattle; her Mary''and her Charles Stuartj Ir land"'herI'itzgeraldrrance the Georgia House of RepresentatifesL 'Asim-. abolition! is agitated Kentucky;and.Bent n
iT Adtrm ment not marked ')1D herMan with the'Iron Mask' liar series.-.was.submitted; is trying to Missouri the
I forbid Ah, how,1 in some ntic'spot to the .Senate by'Mr sell: to free SoUars for
i of insertions reqa.red.will'be continued anui As rolledthe cushioned carnage and.Maria:Antoinette; Poland her Thaddeus ) ,Clayton- ,and .CJa'rke,,:aboutthe; > same .tima-< .Presidency.i These were. the. only;:BUtes '
and charged, for.oJ"Fiye She blushed when'er I spoke of love, Jid.1t i her Siberian',Exiles4 But-'y etT r"'i, Bo h thess gentlemeuare.migs and from this represented, a dye\ the abolitionirli and PrO '
dollars will be charged for all announce- Of hope and then marriage much;doubt wbeher'anyxeeedain'interest.; '"circumstance'and the fact that their resolutions .Spilereare declaring that the South used .\ 1

ofcandidates for oftce. thethucbingetory of Aaron'Burr,and his highly, were::submitte4.:about 'the'same time in both nor means.to :pack tand.control. .th i Convention !

menu Six Months : 9WM At all,the routs and all the.ball .accomplished and beautiful daughter,.Theodosia branches,:wemay ;regard: theme.as indicating' f _. .. c". 1t .
One square for Creditors, t : 7 00 I was her constant suitor,' "' ,- The rise and fall ofUuuJiaithe: affections the ylews c onhe,Vfhigs in.the 'General Assem-: '. It.can hardly be possible,.that, :congrwswfll !
:Notice; to Debtors and 5 00 And Tom and Ned stood back,because < .' 'of his countrymen,are subjects of?deep historical blj. They'.may; also, from theU"Jntroduction'at treat transactions of that .Convention with :
Application for Letters of Administration .. They kn'ew had the pewter '. h. .' !' interest vAt:: tone time. we-'aeehim:: .carried : so early) a"d r.2.J; indicate-a'disposition on",the any degr .of.ro p.e*.Not neinaatiut'Of flf a
XT AU eligioul notice will be inserted-I gratul-- And though Miss'Brown'and'Mrs.Saltir ,'' on'the jwavTSf/npopttlar faTor*to'stJ h.tgiddyj I. part ot'tlielThigs'totake the,.lead theDem- ty who were represented in it has any real :in*'

"Custy. 'Twa ,said felt rather nettled, heights that the, Pr'esidenct.itselfseemed: ..almost Ocr s in confronting he northern disunionists,' terest in ,Ca 1forn1a4". Wlth11' the past.few days
or All communicatx must be addressed. to Yet all .the gossips'the town within kfo' grasp, which he only missed to! though we hope'no, uch spirit; exists.' Both .we.have seen.letters from different parts of the I

AUGUSTUS C. GlLLKTT. postage pAiL De 1Ii14 the thing was settled. become the second officer in the new Republic.' parties.ha e perhaps, somethingtp forgive,and territory declaring that the; population ,his no I
I communications wil He became Vice President of the United States. be.forgiven upon.this great q eson. Let this permanent residence-that they aremeresojourners .
able personal
. JX All ad.nis$ So shone the sun, until one day'. How rapid his rise and then'his fall',how)sudden be ful1yanc1:: freely done.
clurj-edts II advertisement be on the My father's'name Was doubted!- '. how complete I In consequence of his duel other in a spirit,of, amity and mituai forbear furnishes for: no.purpOse but. ,to retnru and t
03- All bills for Job Printing must paid She only sighed. and wept at first ; .' with Hamilton, he became fugitive from justice alice as to the'past, and of mutual trust as to spend or invest it in the Stat... One'writer.*?, 1 1-

\ ilelrwy"'the workTHOMAS. Andbit her lip and.pouted, t is indicted for'murd r by the Grand Jury the feature*. ..This is necessary. b our .safety ter a residence of several months, declares that ,I
1 But'when the bank went down, the sky of,New Jersey, flies to the South,lives for a few and is devnanded by every considration of pa-' he,has not seen the "first man" who :had. any .

t ANDREU, Portended stormy weather ,months, obscurity until the meetingofCon. triotisrj, and:,fidelity' to our Own injured and intention. of remaining in.,the,'country-not a ;
And next day week the stocks and I' gress, when he comes forth d again takes the insulted South. Her.defence demands,'imper-. solitary thought:of the. future condition of.;the f'
BAPBR AND TAIIOB. Stept off the stage together 1. chair as President of the :Senate. After ,the' atively demands, the harmony of ill her faith country,controls the people who:are' gorerning s j

sUBCRIBER having determined to term expires, he. goes to the West,. becomes, a ful sons. : Woe to him who .would; by distracting .it;.. Every one expects return the..moment ha
TIlE up his permanent residence in Jacksonville I swore from.twelve. one o'clock,. leading spirit in a scheme of ambition% invade her councils jeopard,her safety! shall grow.wearied or the measure of his /desire i

1 returns thanks ,to his fellow-citizens At two was hardly righted, .Mexico, (very few will now .believeUhat he The general ,spirit of the resolutions 'meets for the spcili4it provides shall be,filled. '

i for the unexpected encourgement which has And'up to three 1 muse confess, sought dismembe.rmentofthe Union,))is brought our approbation, but"they stop short of what, in What right has such population as,\this'to r
I 'litherto been bestowed upon him, and assures :I felt a little sligh.ted.'Twn& back a prisoner of State to Richmond, charged pur.opinion is now demanded. They postpone control forever its future destinies-rmere.n4 4

them that in future he will spare'no exertion very hard tor one so young with high treason,is tried and acquitted, is forced all action until the aggression, with which"we gabond mob-gamblers 1 ad venturerswhom, f
.to merit a continuance of their patronage. Believing To read the truth in minion, to leave his' native land and go to Europe. are threatened, shall have been ,actually in a majority of cues the 'Ote cloyed 'dens 'of .'
tkat his reputation has been well established That gold is the specific part England he is suspected, and retires France' trated. They. take no notice of the solemn perpe:ac the older cities have vomited forth;like1,locusts (

IB St. Augustine and ttis place as a superiw Of love's respleudentpinion. here he, lives in reduced: circunjstances, 'at tion, aud respectful call of Mississippi to meet to devour itswealtband'returniaden'wishths.means '
; cutter and maker, he begs leave to re- times.not being able to procure. a meal of victuals her and the other Southern States in Conven corruption and idle ss1i : ,
prescnt to aU who might be disposed to favor No matter J-let it pass-'tis trueI tion.to consult upon,and 'devise some' common It is an insult to the decency ,the country' t'
him with their custom, he is able to furnish loved with boyish passion', After an absence of several years he finds plan. of resistance'to a common dlln er. to suppose that' the political deeds of such a heterogeneous t.

girinents of any kind of a cut and finish equalto And trimmed my hair and wore my coal, neans to return home. H'e lauds in Boston We hope:>.o see these resolutions come from mass of putrefaction shall be allowedto
any that can be procured in Savannah. or Exactly in the fashion; without a cent in his pockdt an object of distrust the committee to whom they have been refer govern the acts of the United States Congress ;

Charleston. Some little pains I took to please to all Burr had, heard no tidings of his red, so amended as to'meet fully.and decided and insult the people of fifteen sovereign com :

Having taken the hop formerly occupied as Her sister and her mother, laughter since his, departure from home.. He ly the exigency.. For years w& have resolved monwealths. XoWe7the 4 ; j.
She Post Office, he is cow ready execute with Discussed her father's Saxonies vas anxious to hear trora her,her husband and and re-resolved," until mere legislative reso

promptitude all orJers that may be entrusted Drank soda with her brother. !ler.boy, an only ciild,in whom.his' soul ?eem- lutions denouncing resistance, but providing for ,MERCANTILE LIFE.-From an article' in'. tho 1.
to him. All garments are warranted to fit. '>d bound up. The first news he heard was none;are regarded as a wretched mockery and I last number of Hunts Magazine we copy the fol '

THOMAS ANDREU. 1. wrote some letters which were warm, hat his grand-child died, while he"was ah:out- are contemptuously laughed to scorn. They; lowing interesting statements. They afford a t: '
: Jacks' nville Nov. 10th 1849. 3t Some sonnets which were tender, Mst in foreign landsrwhich'stroke of Providencehe are'as ineffectual expostulation with a tempest melancholy illustration ofthe hazards and fluctuations

And gilt-edged notes andbillet-doux. felt keejily, for he dearly loved the, boy.Cheodosia .- ,:or advice'to 'ft conflagration. For ourselves r of mercantile'.life': .j

SI. I). KE.\DltICK, I vowed each mail to send her; the daughter Burr waSthe wife ,' .we are ready for action, and shall be "It asserted. that but one eminent merchant ,
was there ,)Governor Allston of South' Car linn, She found with and his death is still. and.lamented has
ATTORNEY .1"we:>t to church, if she those who are foremost in the defence ( recent ). .
Three times a day on Sunday, was married young, and while her father was Southern rights. Nothing short of a.Conven- ever continued in active business,in the city ,of
ADConnvcIIor And asked her mother how she liked flOir the zenith of his fame. 'She wasiiautiful ion ofthe Southem States taking a firm and united New York,to the,close of. a long. life,'without*undergoing

niL nr."YITILI. The sermon,every Monday. ind accomplished, a lady of the finest feelings, stand,insisting 'upon, a .faithful observance bankruptcy, or a suspension 0(' payments .
and elegant writer, devoted wife,a fond moth of the plain principles of 'the Constitu ,in some one of the various':crises through -

practice in the several Courts of the Well-I have lived to bless the good er, and a most dutiful and loving daughter, wh9 tion as indispensable to a continuance of theU- which the country has necessarily passed.. ,I

> ? Eastern Circuit and in the'Counties'of My early lessons taught me, clung with redoubled affection to the fortunes nion, can preserve it,. The history of the .ag have no means determining the truth of this ;
nilfcborough and Benton of the Southern Circuit To quietly,enjoy the fruits ,)f her father, as the clouds of adversity gathered gressions upon our nghts; the, ever increasing, assertion, but it must have some foundation,andI :
of Florida.Taiupj : That'time and luck had brought mej. i around him, and he was deserted by the and now nearly dominant power of our assail think 'it would be.difficult for either of us.to
Bay, October 28th 1849.-nov.17. A busy hand has filled my purse, mends whom he formerly cherished. The first ants;demonstrate this. l.'he'only mode now add'to the number. .

With many a golden clinker, .lutyBurr,performed,after his arrival here,.was left us for preserving'the 'uniou.is to.take such "It is also asserted, by' reliable authority, I
n"nl.EM P. OLIVER, And she I hear, on Ripton Flat to acquaint'Mrs Allston of his return. She immediately stand .i shall Compel the North to calculate its from records kept during periods of twenty to j

', Is stopping with a'tinerL wrote 1ckto him that she was_ 'coming value. That value h s ever been.and is-likely forty years that,'L6i'Z hundred persrnswho 4_ '
ATTORNEYAND to see him, and would meet him in a few long to continue to be incalculably greater commence, b'uiinessffn ,' ninety-five; "at"least -

Advance 01ricH in Europe. weeks'in New york. This letter was couched them than to us. The. drift. of th*;.* nniicw die.poor' that;'of the same number in'New
'. onaeelIOrflt Law commercial-advices the in the most affectionate terms 'and is another now is, to maintain -Union- ----of v- the rV dominant- A'VAAV, York)not"two ultimately.acquire .wealth, after 1:

t from'Europe, by evidence of the purity and power of woman's North,'with the' humiliated and subject south, passing through the ioterinedhte'.process i of .'
steamer,are more encouraging than were the love. wholly different from bankruptcy; while in Philadelphia the proporI
resumed his profession will devote thatJust and equal Unionwhich
HAVING previous accounts. Nearly all the great staples the his in till smaller. I.
,In expectation seeing daughter our fathers tion is
'utluivtlJ to its practice,through be-queathed us. They will '
ot'trade have advanced and there seem to be .
few Burr received much She the statistics collected '
hud I as
Florida.Jk.sonvU1e "i days, pleasure. destroy theUnion.tiy and "By bankruptcy,
: .o expectations entertained of farther advance.
a had become his all earth. Wit'e under the uniform .of 1841 i.
I on grandchild, : unless we it bankrupt : p
E.Fla, Nov. 10th. 1849. preserve by something more I
The risa, too seems to have arisen from a "
friends all his alone The
were gone; daughter remained ffective than zn legislative.resolutions numberoCapplicantst.or.reUet :
spirit of speculation, but from increased consumption to cheer and solace the evening of his 'tiling of that't -preserve at'least ; or, under that law were. 33,739 '
our own rights
HPKNVKK & BAKE, and diminished supplies.. life, and welcome him b.ick from his exile.. Days and liberties. WhO'eyerwjll cast The number creditors returned I
au to
mtonirpc at LaW The following commodities ate among those then 1 into fiscil eye .'
passed on, weeks were lengthened action of the Federal Government from 1,049,603
which have risen, and are tending to still higher months, yet nanght was heard of.Mrs. Allstou. f s establishment to the time The amounts of debts stated '440,934,615
Jacbitoaville Fla. present must see J'
prices: Hides, indigo, pepper, coffee, sugar, Burr-grew impatient, and begun to think she how it comes to pass, that' the .North, with, a The valuation of property sur ,:.
iu oil:, raw silk, teas, wool, hemp, tObacco, 'and too bad left him,so apt is misfortune 'to doubt. barren soil,an inhospitable'climate and rendered431691,301 '
practice the several Courts in the no greatstaples
\ WiLL. many minor articles. the sincerity of friendship. At length he received for export has .If this valuation were correct, nearly ten '
Circuit of Florida in the U. m"re rapidly* in
;S Distr ct Court Northern District;of Florida Cotton and coffee have advanced more. than fl letter from Mr. AUst n, inquiring if his wealth, and all ic8iitteugant imprbvementsthan cents would have.been paid on every dollar. due; I i
; any other itaple and the reasons are apparent wife bad arrived safe: and stating that she had the South with her genial climate fertile but what was the fact? .
tlieSuptame Court. at and soil
Tallahassee prose- ; increased consumption and decreased stocks. sailed from Charleston some weeks previous, in and rich and varied st bles. The "In the southern ,district NeW York one ;
Union has
c-ite claims before and the avast -
Congress Depart- On the let of October the receipts of cottonin :
vessel chartered by him on to cent an for each dollar
meats Gorerument at a purpose convey pecuniary value to the North, and she will was paid, on average, .
.Jos. .McttouERT BAKER Washington.S. SPENCER. Europe amounted to.4:8,292 bales advance' her to New York. Not receiving any tidings of hesitate long ere she.rushes. its dissolution due; in the northern district, 13'2-3 cents, be'I'I

; Jau.649. 'of the previous year, while the stock on hand. her arrival, he was anxious. to learn_the cause when we shall have brought them to. contemplate -, ing by,far.the largest dividend. In Connecti J' :
ly ofthe Liverpool
below that year.In -
was oCher silence. the dividend somewhat' 'a
seriously and 'c. lc 11ate cut average was over,
accurately its immense -
early in November, the stock was reduced Whatbad occurred to delay the.vessel? why value. It is high time we should have half cent'on each dollar. I 'I' -
PHILIP FRAMES to the extremely low point of 404,600 bales, hud it not arrived ? These were questions fresh understanding of the In Mississippi it was 6 cents to $1000 I I,
against 491,200 bales the previous year,-the biirgaiu.-.R .lM-t(Ga.) :'. !
A IJrQ)1Fl.NmY which Burr could ask himself, but'no'one could Southerner. In Maine .M 100 -
consumption rated at 35,000 bales a week and answer. The sequel soon,was told.; The vessel In Michigan and Iowa 3 ;It 100 :. : J
ANDounaellov the export denvmd for the continent averaging never arrived. It undoubtly foundered: at. sea The annals of In Massachusetts 4''U, c 100 ,, I
( at aato bales a mon h. At this rate the stockon no country furnish so extraor- .c ii '
18,000 and all on board'p ri8hed. No tidings have ever dinary an In New-Jersey .1. too
,. of
JACKSONVILLE FLA hand would be exhausted before the close of example: a;sudden fall from high 9 U, ,. .
been heard respecting the vessel, the crew, reputation as the' present administration 'ex' Tennessee .41" 100, )
"%jILL attend to any professional business the year. or daughter of Aaron Burr;all were lost. hibits., .GcnvTaylor came"into' In Maryland 1 dollar to 100
1 t.ed to him in the Courts of the The stock of cotton in France i. still more This last sad bereavement was only'required high name amid the power a In Kentucky 8 "; u. 1000 -

'Extern Cireuit, and the Supreme Courts ,at red.llceJt being:2OOO bales on ,the lat of October to fill.Burros cup of sorrow. "The'last'link WAS pIe. .But ,hia: popularity acclamations.has,vanished of the like peo' In llliriois.1, -".. 1500.. : 4

TalUhos&ee. lie his also such au advantageous against'79,000 bales at the corresponding broken which bound him to life.,.The uncertainty meteor.: His own,weakness and ; a In Pennsylvania,'Eait Virginia ." :. ,f
rfoiinection with an able Lawyer at Wash.iofloaCHy. period of last year, while there has been a of her fate but added to the poignancy of have placed him in the hands of inexperience ,, So.Alabama, )VashIngtoDj' or !: :i
ls will ensure a prompt and speeAy -'I greater increase in consumption the past ten I' hitS grief. Hope, the last refuge of
collection of sueh claims as may be placed months, than in Great Britain. I became extinct, when years had rolled \on, }and is going on. He looks to his very Secretaries for Pal.u's..41maJUiettst9. < "i .1
in hi* b in'ID ag inllt the United States. In respect. to coffee, while, the import into f yet no tidings of the loved and 'lost' one were. they give him little actityFtapd After making every.possible allowance for the i
oy no information
bept.8tbI49. ly Europe has been larger than in 1848 the stock gleaned. [ ofiffflolic.aff.urs.: He...has lost the 'of enhancement of this enormousaniount of debt '
early in October, was reduced from, 147,400,000, Burr lived in New-York until the year ISro, .1 ifiKJst.every/Taylor democrat who support>voted byinfiatiri'! of yalnes'gpeeulative prices; &cy--_ 1

CUALttES .DBWAAL pounds, .to 103,400,000 pounds. we believe, when he died. The tiiSty years onus. him, und;.many.of his whig partisans' 'alien.ututlfrom for proportion of the $400,000,000 lost by thoMoftbelt,0496G'3
Is it surprising, under- such favorable cir- life were spent in comparative obscurity. ,Some him: J are creditors who were engaged In t .
; by.the 1;course:of his. cabinet
.&U.CTIOIVB ER. cumstantes for an improvement in the value of few old friends; :Nvh'qhaJd never deserted him, App intuiebtsar proper and legitimate business"must 'still .have
JACKSONVILLE, E. F. coffee and cotton that prices should have beenon were his companions; closed his';eyes" in $ "the given-away to'thers.whichcl'el.t been immense;and. may: justly;be"charged against '
D SALES in any part of the County attendedto the rise for the 'past six months .An-} ; greatest dissatisfaction among. '' ",. I
death,and followed his,body to the grave, where themselves the profits of regular commerce.,
'. mi ;und it is said that the most ordinary ,
respectully solicited. ,:unless our '
it be
would not \ surprising it'will rest' till'tire trump of the Alwighty"shali.l :' _'
Jacksonville ,courtesies are depied some of the mos'ditinguisIed ; :
May, 1848 crop of cotton should be as large ,as last year's callit into judgement ', *'* '
-___. .there hot further rise ia the price of .'wbigs. The Seward interest, for OriciAtPArzzv' CAUI'0&x iA.TheTelta pf
wag a Such is a.b sketch of .the. latter' part,//.of example is '
AGENCYOF that staple? the: strange and,eventful history" Aaron B,IT. .councils,and-Vice predominantVinthe .executive the ,12th,has,Interesting .correspondence,* con*
President '
,The reasons (lays a, communication; before None of the family now hveilt'hasbecame 'extinct .intothe, Filmore th'rSwn taming some'new facts-,,which.we copy.below: s '
background. Is
us) of"the continued advance in prices ofvcotton ;, and his tume.but lives in the.histQ'ry"orh ; : aware,of the,offeuce he; the Secretary: State: 'San Diego,'.Oct.' &*.-Mr' Bobb, ;6the'8tLouis '
DR. S. S. FITCH'SCELEBRATED are to be found,iu'the low.stock, ,the antioipa''tion country,'and.in the, remembrance"of those [:ref sng. giving every day by Reveille,'goes.h' mft'( r'a p'es J';He 'has i'
access ;
: ,MEDICINE.Used moderate imports for some, time to come who knew.him.. ? r 1' .' ,.\ *'-&- ..'< three"times'. bas'the::tohis.'ropnit.It; most: distinguished: : .ia.siud; officer.4hat entered into'coprtnerip i .'with Captain Mar -

the low; rates for.moneylow pricespfbread .. "" .*'. ,.,. ih' the and,they.will establish a :,
C 4p.et
'' Iff 1 cy.
by him milk in the ; "- -1 >*+-.h>* bL goyernment ,from New York,
distinguished success
and other and in the condition
provisions prosperous TheExammer of this week has an excellent called at'his department-;and'each time has he at the new c"pita as soon as the mat rialsxcan j
cure of of all great, branches industry. in article directed"against.tVe, .iznt'f ot tM1 day,' been! refused nri admission.1' Such: .' .be procured The new'pajer is to be called.the '
Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh,' Great Britain.-Uoston. Courier, ; : .'.; whicK seems todelightiq a.gQi1iDg)1 e vices l'of bt dto'ether." ; --' ;a ..cabinet. "California Statesn4"anwth'iJie Stat&pat.riagewJII *
Asthma} Heart Diseases; : -_ __ ; .andfolhes of the times, in order to render more :'L J: t'thf removals'wfiicli' .v ,cie 1)Tayorr| bas., not fajiljof success, :Both are';rdemocrat <

Dyspep- I: .THE. SOUTHERN'MovaMiirr. ni'NKw.Y. 1 acceptable :any Jnostrom forthe'ir. preTentionVTbus ,made in ':theyfacel6f all his pledges.:, Jo at' :: Capt'Mawyiaithesondf,tzelate..Seer"retaryVf !
Lia Gonorrhoea FemaleComplaints '' 4--' -' .
Piles The l New'York'S: :correspondent c u of.. th.. 'PhiladelS .- tie'ar.told by ifneMaa30ciaHony;that.there' ;;the obnOxioqs appointments he haamada ,JLiooki ; -War.; ; ' 7'
&c., &c. '? i 5 ** Jf > <** 44- "'. s .1 are no fewer than 80,000,prostituteg in London, i\especially a "=
Ledger ;' ,- ., _, ';1 '
,says ,when in'official i qJiry1.shows'the. ibo rf ofthatde [ lasJDen'who should have" been sent abroad. thewbb1ir px sentatoni .h R ,
ALSO "The'ominous'outgivings of the'*'Yashlngton1.1etterwri..rI' t dedclas3,0'be i dUifornia egi l 'least hold
; ; ?abQ 7QpOtj.1 Again, [toi represent jlhojdignity.bf the'gl5ver me.nt.;and t\1fe-th"i'wgI at ,.
.Lfr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters. ,"Shoulder '- .respecting, the; contemplated it is a very,favorite" item of Hemper" ncei,Jitera-, for'special 'r iJO hs,' the bit.who'should )have'i tho balance power. "' # '

.1lriz, ,Inhaling Tubes,. and, Lectures -'" movement of the Southern members of Congress/. tare" that! 60,000 :drunkards die;annually in'' jbeen ik:to"the Austria courf, :-X: ": ..: -The.:ifirst, 'governor wiirdQubtless: :be\Mr. '
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on Consumption and the incoherent and improbable they may beware'not :this kingdom;a resort: o officialireturns 5!shows I',:TIiipOpulauIetjmet! has'.coimpletel! "e S ror Sacramento, ,formerly of New/York.' : .
without:'an effect here.: Most people are :us that th real number is about JO.OOO.'The' rind heyer has been witnesae'such an'1 in3iffer'ence .t' He ls a'gentleman of fine abHities:and a staunch i I :<
"Tt.of yuerp 1Jg Life:and looking forward'to'a crisis, bnt'hbne are,as yet iBxAm\neTerypertiQe: itli saysr "'"Ii Ito',al- ; 'towards'any"v:woi-'- i r1emo.xat.:1. !

". H ato'. ,Qld'Jge., 1 'i ..bold! 'enough to )ok'at dIs nlotrAIghfln'thefti1 ;: oirpe 4 at;;we.had'a temperance'society.i ; in 5 indignant, co *., ."P.:. UniD&, :1 .', ." H f! /; .j /. t. Y.CAjHocn -. ;;
4" 'kc.. ; e. The rumor that'seven'oUhe'aliTe\States'. :strong statements,as "well as strong.drinks, P; .. r .. ; --' .": .".. _, 'of.1.' 'f -. AND-" & TOlt'It ia beUtved that {*,- !i
resolved secede 'in'the event of the pro. tanais -i ma 1 if/ _.k : Missouri ftresh I
have to I ( ,Correspondence N4i l1ij great ,a Utor, :from.-thej-fiere*;
2i'e, ,been'appointed. Agent for.the sale of i riso has been repeated so 'f'teDi :within;the few '.1>,, 11..:. .. 'f:_.... i'2$ .A't Tu ,F.&VsTIN Dvusrv:.Spea'kig if some ( fields of hia contention:In..th"We&t;ft: furious" j
*w above Good and will keep them'ednttaauv days past,\and}by.men, "who are !ih'a 'petition i.to". f !.EoN. W J.$&d N..-A paragrapb/going he royal appointtnentsOT 4o Emperor; 'ffay :'fora Sehatorial onslaught upon! Cilhqun. Such''alobllisionas '

v- hand at,mt'Dru'g store",, in.-'the Town. of. know what.they are lkb1gaboDt th the pn. the rounds: of.the'papers, to:'the effect that this 'tiMajor'ancewith Noahiotlwates' .D orltw t1ut hekts"an" ctuaiu.,,. it will be.between these two,Democratl
WJpa, Tampa BayVFla. ': lie mind' is 'n wle'uneasy!'find'es itett* 'Who : eitlewiWi1tflbt! b1&oidtb'hIEeitrni( : fJitJem. "Th :Urand1 I t.. TheVpneall .ifltellect.-calmaeasand '
:Dr; L. .naGZRS; dares&caic 1sIo'thimighty' :rerolntioh our I : 14r8bo1'ottbe :mpieJieut; ;;Gern'Lousjrepe : : : The other a movfag" mountain of -
: .. ill be prcspnt nt bp 9rn2a40TjOf the : ;
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: 1' : UkeJioi'.C4J. I Ihow's"poIitcs
trade and'commerce;would have to' undergo in Bouse.: A letter trprahirk dated the 17th JnstV thet'Majr ays,; us *o bave NLIQ) 'Bi f:eTandbravaa: : >We.} Y -.-

.n- Dr. 'itch4a':Gu i& BooJt' O'.LI. the:iavent of such calamity r;:;;This.is the first", s ai lie It t ial wi1Ib i iJ.s tbt9ub ',Grand street:, teW'j'YM1'S:.gf1l* .JJc1sa h' "onTd. ;, bij \iriUl'"saythscbI: : .:.[, '
-.It Directions for 'promoting Health; and In- 'ni i4uencoiis1dered:bymen /who: deatj In Thu l ..lMl Q psliibeca1cuIa ii5tohisb'theyall girls of tibe"Centre Market: thatthorooan'scar4e1ybeurife for '8npea.. '
ions, resultaare 1efttdihezMsses al;; It,'they were tqseei niinhis peeDt traps. 'b t" l' #I fi rr ) !
to 9therizt the Management of cotton and com-its political! ii ions'of the whlgsf ul1dedl l1'his uoi.attl -- e
ureawJ.cd5ibr: "t&i;
Ju jnay" be had, gratnitoaj5rf by cal- less tinder i', '"R. ." 'f..i""1f' '.ro wt' .o<1' 1.liUice. Xytjri-,' .'
IIAII'&UTI TWo 4? ii *. v2.wIM '
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*S for it at the aboTe.. *v-UI- "v' #.* > : iC' ntC iu 1"; 1f 'f Q Wftronestars *1easUy
store as An extremely J jmdcentav : ; .,.
IUableBoo i -j., : .. :,. .". '.. '..j.) .j" ,.-i* vi f t- .:'. ; : : mt1": i4 ; r: 1aJoi r-' ayssYankee'iiabied Simpn4 mai c hugiiea,coniesi' beeveu. .t'bhrse.. l

&mp:&Ugust25,1S4O. 17.'NS.&Jewi5iugle' : '.1 .Somebody.!#.wickedly i says that two bloomjng lIoiM a.printcr'sfcstlvalI'Vasitpnbe:.r : .nf".,:..h't.| ...ati$9; .)w.. <$&.* j,'years a pemb' rothe'NewXork JN; and's tel.fAji .' of au"'I&411_"i.k1it df&AV.J 1fatll1t
.l' .youtjs'ladies got cauffhtaat in A ehower fee;; 10 1- 6'***i'1 .( 'ti' v 1m-tf'H 1 :titao \ ,' *I t f'J u ptVe Qthit 9iti.ttI j'rtyt lutB" ... '
: ;and,; double barre I ryre koitlytfld'WheatEty) had. got home. the 5x'WOMAiie: -- -. j fairest* "*j-woafof' .".:!' "creation+tir ; k e'1w i Wb 1 ( 'of flamo and "1llt.tti'i"to;Ji.pit. '- :'

.i Ouns,,cf superior quality, for eald byf :I'! 'rain,Jiad trashed t.thOfY cr .colorrpat of"" tieirjcheeks l i'J"WJ .W tt t. i bvItkQuA ", ;A.'otIeft" -.i.r.o"--.t"fr ''vti tu: 1ttdgtiiith.., .-...b....n.. j.--. .tf the"immortal'histre.r rJht-Jf cDe.'tif J, I '

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; comments'as follows 'upon etY'ectutl. ate e ; r'i i j iC1SQi1kem ( '
1 The Boston Courier. ; i : ; ;eave.tff
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1t4 extract of a letter rom Washington Ltutthi; &temng the .ScmlnolesL
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dei Jtpli from.Boston.respecting Y.' .Express.? Ths(:;!fcole, history 'ofjthe{ t ; 4 rners.h;M" .
f a
p jnysteriou )di ppearincei t $s get1naii' t Northern abolition 'movement, its growth and O' .te. i,, he'besi. means. of, happytope' rTe! 'the genra tn
: ; 'aud the'aVresi Ot1Ofl&: Websteras suspected final 'absorption i of. olhp t.ic.al parties there, drivingthem'out t'ill 'Has it, procjocel3tfiisei3 -' no beiBgnianlfestedlhrduof ij( th e: Qlt :Ji
BostonlTrauscript .,
? of being hbuuurIrer. Th'e( :in this extract. They believe : St' ;', < "
J j v is given briefly Aloes,U4 eri 1 '
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ij'l iII
afternoon' furnishes the following Are driven out 1 :
fr of Saturday willtiot nnite'and that whenevr ; ct ? they } "
that'the South ; hat becothb -,
: '
1 this horrible affair: parathount. i".ln"l IIF
details .
respecting tnarc m 8 there will be found a r- \ .q' _.0 efi
the of t1
er day is the then ofthisl 11&
DECEMBER 15; 1849. old I What ) '
D Supposed r1.. ducorrgofrPamO-n'fBOdY, : : themselves ready to, sacrifice everything JACKSONVILLE, meaning fiquaiityftopd / n'a k1 '>: "
Hornbfe S1tpmJU.rrest of! oj.JJeb: party among, This 'of':the"former:'polfey "of '. Co g.-0 f.\
the Federal Gpvernment., planatiNm!
: for. -- .1 u.r'tT '
Insulii. \ ou !" .
1 : :ster.-SiflceLL8t evening'put whole pbpulatiou; I and Prospects of the .Pe! 0C
expressed '
4 .has been in 'a;sWte' of the greitest excitement, feeling'at'the'North'iS acted on. Bow often long willithis"continue -: '*, ,It is-hoVlodg 'since", tHat:jhoixrkof theFedernlarty: The answer 4. c-t6r ,aajnclndingtiScd. Lll :In ta' fiC
in consequence the,,astounding rumor' that 1': .0romt1z&'BOOflC9UTfle "' "vital) consequence: tothe:interests ol.he .',with ,the'.South{, whose, __ :
t the body if Dr. Parkman has been discovered, .the. h rhmerandthe saw s 1d'ifeye4fj1 ; ;,,, : .who have tics to bindihem '
'. here.,, n
,' 'of'Chetj71 { !. *vi9K7 : : of FlorioV.J tVVmay infer ,that: -
V and.that DK John Webster, Professor ,which people .
that that ,
penetrated to duskycorner the
the MedicaUSchool at Harvard College Senator "who' is without doubt, the v .- : j ., : degradation of the' $outtbe1rn i ito .d
: iinistry in \ Footed \0 t should the;|i4ins etis! to,, remove vwe: < ...... XEi
and a gentleman conmc.ed l y marringe rampant;Senator 1ludedo above, has been, bcoiteSypop1; ;call pui.*3anct, .u m.- '. ', : !1 ; '.> ." "' > '. XEa

i with some of our most distinguished families, particularly anxiousj'fromVthe commencement, But'a'new spirit j 'seems to have been=i in- shall 'ej told !the.best;method of preventing .: '""te 'Ja i t e '
j4 has beeuurrested imprisoned,'on suspicion of.his agitation',to have"theNorth understandthat .. J f ; ;-' ,i' ,- thV'risiri: i throats: M that tl9. :l
r 'iind'cuttjng\bqr ; TT care
: capable ot
h $3 a of being the 'murderer. Incredulity, thenamixcment the "South in'earnestJJ.an ; ,through'such fuwdJn/inoseTardundjasV. .A. ,--ceaseless- l < i ; ajj'% a

1i e(4( ,'and then blank unspeakable horror emissaries as the writer of the above and' 'din from houses, j.i reprocess'of; construe occasionally! ) .i1\'be\ .to, -keep, !them' in, typrejadices!" and.uniting! .:on.. Df b.'l w
which have agitated the. the the 'Journal of commerce ,he least ofTltallmportallct .
1:; have been the emotions dough-face midst T! ,4"IV ,ot nee.i ) tl]
1 't. d 33 public mind' as the rumor has gone'on, gathering is likely to have'hisdeslreaccompJlsh so, faras niJviiYi] and, energy 'where. .w< our + i :7 : : .to.o d ripg' -. -. Q..OUt tc
i.t- !! countenance and confirmation. Never in knowledge: of his'threats' may be'promulgated -. ; We again i request.the :Admdnistationorgans J ,- A9r.Cne90 nnouahzLSo'e .
found :1ist1esstisatid Democrats .
,l'ti once : and,
of the oothernJvhi
1 the annals of crime in Massachusetts has such at'the North. The majority people f : T t
1 tt sensation been produced. of the .South are not "hang en," disunionists, 'smiling,faces which. were. :once 1 lugubriously i to state..distinctly' andunequivo. .vzengwith each otherin, denoj' c

,.,; ; 1:? As we have been informed, on what we deem slavery fantics, or even 'slaveholders.. At the talking of !the;low price of'cotton,: cally, what will be,the;poli y. .jSpyernmeht '- ,cywhich: threatens our right:aa'q1aJ'be 8
be ; suspicions have most trying time.of nullification fever.in lw
to good authority strong : of
I < case'the"Ihdiansts refuse to ic- our giorious IWoB b
! 'bt'en entertained ever since the disappearance I. South Carolina, when war was threatened, I '.- -saw-mills. 'ctashing"away: ih eyery m ;-,:.$. ; ? -" inmyeywhetherthey -" fa.r. t

..t (k .of Dr. Parkman, and especially since it has gen- there was a firm and patriotic union party in I direction show that,the inertia i ..causedby will(be riye"oUt preserved in:-itS pristine purit 0C.
s-'k 'erally been believed that he was no longer living that state, which though in a minority of numbers : : : rights to each constituent part. '. Z"ua' t
: his concealment was in or life and in de- the 'of t io by force, or be"perraitted,t to remain... Itii '
: that the place of ,was ready to peril property dependence. a: r ia'gore'' f t i f+* ?# : And -aitegfrw.-_. deaf.'J': '
.4 about the Medical College (a branch of the Harvarl fence of its nationality. So it will be now, or I ,and -that is a question in'which:'the, fortunes of I and natm1tIP It''f
ernment has : : we.iio'j' ''
University) in North Grove-street,in this whenever the restless demagogues. at the South ,pur ki i tI

1'... city-and accordingly a constant watch has venture. 'raise the flag of an exclusive slave citizens nol longer, rely ,on':'the{Govern-1 the whole peninsuJa'" ,,i invojvedT-and. : fabric of our confeIerjo,1-. ,.b f

,& r been kept about the building. The principal confederacy,In the heart of our great free re- ment but themselves.. one which we..have.alIgbtjto.ask: and i 'tlC8' :to" onrsehes' '' '"to repel every 1I '1it
.. k reasons for these suspicious, which we have public. There are men enough at the South : diminish- .temp&madtto
:, heard assigned, are as follows: attached to tic? Union, to circumvent and put The happy result is evinced", by the. one that'should be answered. ;Let us our benefits derived/from.'the :

f .1. Dr. Parkmau held a note for $450 against down all the'schemes of these crazy and.reck' .branch'of l in know whether Government. {still.believe pactand.like; any':tther"'contract.whetr.!
success attending
Prof. Webster, which had long been overdue, less politicians. r--every lated, it ceases,to be_binding and becomes IS IC

'i) and upon which, although it was secured by a.: i dustry. Planters. hav\acc mm datedthemselves'to that "the permittir'the-i diatist_ to .remain n.nd t\Jd. If our Northern_ aitt
of real estate in East Cambridge, THE SPIRIT OF ABOLITIONISM.-At a recent b effectual t brethren do*Uwir
mortgage some will i ti ,'most means
,P4i I the climateand'the timeiand to f
ears our
Onio the following ) .remonstrance
Oberlin .
J; fjt the Doctor had several times importuned tor anti-slavery; meeting at : and.shnt' their tret -t

$ the money, and been from time to,time put off. among other resolutions, was adopted.Besolttd'That instead of devoting' their,,force. :'to of accomplishing..4'Jac- yJtl".their. removal.. to.tbeiwrong.. ., : vhich" ,lyill. inure to 'us if; they I
;d4f At length he applied to the officer who disposed ? this convention is full of joy persist, in the course which -
4i. : .. ? P of the tickets for Prof. Webster's course of at the declining state of American religion, as the production of sea island cotton, reap Congress. '; 'to todrftj ,
; lectures to know if there was a sufficient bal. seen in the absence ,of revivals,'the drooping heavy profits from their cane,fields.- No Speaker has J :ye't, been chosen' by us desp.erution. let us assert and aa&4 .J

.. .ance due the Professor to take up his note.V. .- condition of all the .popular churches, and the that to. which:we are conCiitujjona1yiui eatiUe4
This circumstance is said to have greatly incensed utter extinction of many of them; the small The vast region of,pine land along the the House of 'Representatives. The which they would \ from us -I

I.v. Prof. W. who, on Friday morning of last number of candidates for the ministry, at the valley of the St. Johns, totally; uIIfit.fQr last balloting 'the.,_:7thinst. 'resultedas Myifjiecant forcibly ifne st." If, hpu'( ,
,. ( ) the :
No. 8 Wal- seminaries and the with ; /
:,.l, week called Dr. Parkmall'shousl", theological ; frequency '
y nut street, and left word *;if he (Dr.P.) wanted : which the ministers escape from the sectarian cultivation, is being' turned to 'golden follows. WINTHROP'' 102,-COBB 65, continue to exercise that fanaticism whowiiensevolence .1I

.his money on that mortgage, to call at the Medical pulpit into less mischievous and far more honest acc unt. Many hrge saw mills 'are already -RICHARDSON '23, -POTTER 18,-\ViL- is_ circumscribed, ;.within te'jz ".I

College about I o'clock that afternoon." and laudable occupations. And we cannot limits of a section and.which strikes ,..
4'. 1.' The Doctor is known to have proceeded to the but hope and pray that as its terrible sacraments at work and many others in process MOT 7. Gentry.5,-Scattering 5. Mr. culiar at tie pea'
( institution
College at the time specified-was seen to enter, on the hearts, the hopes and happiness of construction.. Even the. low, I RICHARDSON Democrat. from 'Illinois, of other portions of th e,ni f.
'S by several in the vicinity; but teas never millions of slaves, whose enslavement it hasso the blow must rebound and prove sui
:t'.! seen to com out. The statement that he was long.-sanctijied by its fellowship, its sermons, marshy pine land, where the tree is and .l\Ir. POTTER also a Democrat, from Deluded, with visions of imaginary freedom KKJ ".'.

,m subsequently seen passing Cragie's Bridge, has and prayers shall end, and it shall sink to a I worthless' for lumber,! affording .us Ohio. The 5. votes' cast for GENTRY equality, never yet enjoyed by certain":ecadi I.t
% contradicted. and that then it shall *
been, as we hear, satisfactorily speedy ignominous grave,
4 : I On his way to the College, Dr. Parkman purchased be followed by the coming of the kingdom of i share to the wealth of the State, in the were from the four Whig members from tions of men,. its adherents would devastating

J :f some groceries at a store on the corner of righteousness and peace, when man shall no turpentine which will, ere many years, Georgia ,and our. OWl. Representative, hearths, but the scattered. embers would Bguj, .
zT: Vine and Blossom streets, which he ordered to uore lift up the sword or the shackle against a flame among themselves that would
be sent to his house, but left1 in the store bag his fellow man, when a slave or a slaveholdershall ; be exported in immense quantities. The Mr. CABELL. them the bonfires eooa consume

: of celery which he said he would himself call no.more be known; but when, em hatical- : attention of so many has been"called, to We are 'h.appy..t ; perceive that -Mr. j they would kindl,
for in a few minutes. At this time it is stated, iy, every man in every face shall meet a broth. over our graves would furnish torches for their

I a person wishing to do some business with him, er and a friendANECDOTE /' the great profit derived from the lumber CABELL has turned from the error of own obseq iesV. e are satisfied that there are

waited two or three hours in vain, in order to I and turpentine business, that we his ways,_,and_has ascertained, that his however honorable exceptions at the North who
DE. Parkmanwas _
4 i:. .see him when he should come form the College.it OF "
is said Prof. Webster admits that Dr. Parkman one of our wealthiest citizens. His property hazard little in predicting that Floridais former vote for Mr. WINTHROP was a would deprecate the result. And .we:'thank

.., ; %. :. :: was at the Collegeabout the time mentionLl..4 is estimated at about half million. He was destined to be the successful rival ofNorth mistake \Ye trust he will still, continue Heaven that there is yet time to avert the evil,
,. he he him in the habit of carrying large sums of
: ed, and that, although asserts paid money and that instead sad .
:iV 1f'f. the $150. he cannot show receipt for it-when about his person. A gentleman who once wentto Carolina in these articles of ex- faithful to.the. South, and althoughwe requiems' over thaws*

1g it is well known that Dr. P. was very methodical him for $1,000 tells me that Dr. P. answered do r trate'rninsof_ bur Union, we yet can raise'th. -

:: L .cal in his business matters. him by thrusting out his forefinger and remarking port. not4expect t- a.slt e correspondentof anthem of peace, of.love, and fellowship. 'Bdi

( ; t It is also stated that during the whole of the "there .is just the sum.'" On examinationthe The pine lands of the southern coun-. the Charleston, Courier supposes in it behooves us to prepare impending danger,

f4,, past secluded-that week Prof. Webster his rooms has at the kept College himself have very thousand gentleman dollar found bill wound that round the Doctor his finger.-had a ties'are yielding rich returns iothag-: the following: .letter. that he will vote I and as other Southern States, have taken tie

been kept constantly locked-circumstances The Doctor was a large owner of real estate and riculturist. The planters ,of Marion for a Southern Democ rat; we believe he lead, let 'Florida follow_ the. example; let us

:th* a quite unusual with him. had numerous poor tenants, from whom he lavebeen especially fortunate. In this will riskThis ,I have on this subject atJenstj; union:of parties,
hardly reputation.
? From these and other alleged facts, such suspicions made his collections himself. He was punctilious JVi-' ,?* f- ,i A:) byvo- and concert of action, let us lend our countenance -

were aroused that, in the Professor's absence in his business habits, but bestowed much county alone the yield of 'sugar this ting fort. Northern \V J1ig. to the proposed Southern Convention without
last evening,Mr. Ephraim Littlefield, who charity in an unostentatious way. A politicianonce
14P will exceed thousand WASHINGTON,DEC. 4. 1849. .
'hog ,
II has the care of the College building and ground stopped him in the street, and asked him year ; distinction. parties,.for the.purpose. of eoasultaUon -
,:J::13 wall to subscribe to fund for a salute in honor heads. One Mr. JOHN H. The six southern whigmembers-- who'' hays into
was induced to break the partition to the firing gentleman, ,or unanimity, ia a word let us go
1 vault under the private laboratory of Professor of some party victory. "Just step with me left their party and the candidate who was' the
; VI will himself the matter hand in hand.For.what will be the
( I '.:47 .: 4 Al Webster, in the basement of the building, and round the corner," said the Docter. Taking DisoN' ,. manufacture" '*'two, nominee of their-party,!act;as they.-have stated,
him mnded besides on the principle that their first and highest. day benefit orinjury to us the success l-defeat of
there discovered one leg and a portion of the up a dirty alley, through a dark doorway, obtaining a crop of ,
d ; trunk of a human corpse in a condition which and up three flights of rickety stairs, the loc- is to 'guard the fights and -interests;>of. the the"great'party" issues. if we" have, BO 'country
rI : 7000 bushels of corn and '
nearly ,one: South from l legislative agression. They hold the \ '
:' made it apparent: that the remains had not long tor tapped at a door, which was opened by a to be benefited orrn.jiiedi. fei as.1P.cure our
4 ; of to r j't" < < -
4 'been there deposited.This wretched pale-faced child. A poor woman apparently hundred bales:of long staple cotton. 'alavery question consid rationS.paramount (therefore importance de-' country and Tier Interests /frrf/ lid dispose of
I ;; discovery with the facts that Prof.Webster in the last stage consumption, was sit- .any party They
; Benton Hillsborougn counties are nanded in the that the minor matters''afterwards. This is now"til
1 in bed and to :whig! whig mem-
is not an anatomist or surgeon, but simply tingproped up. feebly attempting
I) a chemist, and having nothing professionally to sew upon shirr.. There was no fire in the stove, fast filling up with settlers from Georgia bersshould pledge themselves not 'to. vote for only course_ of policy of ever true i

't do with the dissection of bodies, was amply sufficient although it was a cold March day. Now," I Alabama and the Carolinas and certain measures' which the South deem injurious ; SOUTHEOJL'Correspondence
f j' to her interest' nnd her :honor. Such
said the Doctor turning to the politician "here -
b Lj to give rise to the astounding suspicion ,
% is ten dollars either fire it in to become the richest pledges not'being given they.withdrew from'the
that Dr. Parkman had thus been most foully ; you may away promise sugar [ oftlieBalimoreSim.l]
it to this I won't'nttempt support;of a nor,hern whig and gave their votes
antI diabolically murdered. powder or give poor woman. .
1 1 Prof. Webster was accordingly arrested at to bias you." The Doctor darted out growing region .in the Union. 'to a southern whig The questionis! now Basked .WASHIKGTOMj Nov 27, 1849L,

11 ;l4 w.-. ;' .4 his residence in Cambrige, by officers Clapp and of the room and down stairs, leaving the non- Yet in the midst of all:these bright by the democrats,,:;why, if these',gentIe iOn ? THEEiG.is 'MINISTEa i NDThE': .NicjuuccA*

Rice, and lodged in Leverett street jail last plussed politician standing by the bedside of consider that southern rights are safe only under QUESTION.-Sir Henry BulwerJ; who Wilt sooa
night to await further developments. We hear the invalid. He did nothesitate long as to his prospects; one cloud hangs over,.to.darken asou'th rn Spcakerand that this. is\ the arrive here, will come with instru tions to adjust

.t. .. that he was intensely excited on the occasion disposition of the money. He deposited it in the future. The' savage' Seminole chief considerationthat\ : ;'should
) ( r and way to violent exclamations. some of the hands of the sufferer, and departed a wiser them:they do toot'vote fQrMr.Howzr.x. Cora will remove all obstructions' to the'prosecdtioa
is still .at large, 'ready and ablest ; In fact the democrats*believe: that Messrs. :
which, if reported correctly, would seem to man.: any of the oceanic.canaL Great Britain has if we
; i: t the TOOMBS, MORTOK.-HILLAED, and CASELL,'.will ultimately judge from the Xondbri lowered
'rengthen the chain of circumstances pointing moment to destroy pioneer'who extends may 'papers,
.1 the THE LONDON TIMES CHARAC1'ERlZED.TheLondon vote for-Mr. COBB; and this is one 'reason her toneon. this subject t,1 and.,Mr. ,Chat eld is
; to deepest guilt. There are a thousand rumors !
afloat, but how much credit to attach top Electric characterizes the Times in the boundaries. of civilization.-' ." ..-. whytheyso.obstinately adhere to h D- rebuked Vf0r"'his.course"In'r j arii*t.it., The
following language, which is as true as it is Bat the democrats'have another for '
reason Government' the
.them we leave our readers tojadge. Till this obstacle is removed ,we can persisting not pursue policy
We forcible: in the support of their caucus nominees of the dog in the .ut -wiIlproinottth!
learn that a further and thorough investigation _manger .
was made in the Professor's laboratory To say nothing of the more notoriously immoral exult rover no success,-we ,can pointout \ To abandon them; they say,would be the death execution of the: work,-so much desired bfty
1S1L% ( j portion of our Press, such Journals as brilliant warrant of,the party-itwould' be utterly :destructive civilized and ; worldbyuthtingIiall
'j .% this morning, when in the ashes of the furnace the Times no future. It is:for .Government Commercial
are a standing reproach to the coun- '
ot'.their ;rorganization3t They therefore ;
found the skull and the 1 guaranties neccessarytothepeserfl'tioi
ki. were of bone from
pieces '
t .other parts of a man's head,together with several try, and could not maintain their position for a to. say' whether, Florida- &shall. .(bV.* ,;d terniindlast.' nigh; ,'to, stand by, Mr. of:its neutrality and itsfreedOm on eooal

faise teeth. some coat buttons and some and week if the state Able of our publicwind were sound a desert, 'or.a valuable'member of ;the Co Bi'unclGrbU circumstances. They:also Jtook terms'to alt nations. In time'of iwaijj:'such-f
:- grains of from watch melted healthy. but unprincipled; with vast the greatest pains to conciliate the support;,of canal,would Jbe the pivot subject of mihtary demonstration
gold a
apparently '
down. On the stairs leading from the laboratory resources, but destitute conscience; at one Confederacy, arid the I latter can only be j Mr..BOOTH'and (CLEVELAND/,/}of.,Coun., Mr. ;by .naval 'powers 'vahd 'nothing

; .. r .r',, to the lecture room above, were found moment blushingly suppressing giving utterance truth, and to lies at auotheejbn-panddfehg ejected the expulsion of the.Indians DOTY, of Wisconsin d MT/PECKJ Vermont would be more likely to bring on'genralWthan
; : They have notiyet succeeded.The ball tings cOiiO1bY
exclusive' 'and
: spots made by a strong acid capable of destroy possession
to the tyrant of the day whoever that fr the State., ,
show obstinate determination ofcommerce.
? : ing marksof blood which might have been there J"*_ '. to-day an ,on the any ejnutionj ''Ofvfi9 inportant chanitl
be '
may ; opposing every generous and philan- V.: of each'of the four five into which
I1 ; spilled, or of almost instantly consuming theTq part or parties .hlh regard to thePanainai.rontethe
4 thropic measure with virulence BO long a there TIQ1war.Wehavereceiv ,the House is divided stand their ,
L !p flesh if thrown upon the person. ". ; by guns United_ .St feK ;bytreatywithNew'Gran3bav ,
'; t4 It is known that Parkmun carried a gold i is a hope its of ranks crushing it, and then contemptibly d .no.intelligence! Several,compromises have been:proposed, "re guar uitiedto'Lis;, neutrality| but ha'vq not
joining and claiming to share its triumphs
: watch and wore some artificial teeth, but as yet 'from the jected., and abandoned.:' ':The Free Boilers offer yet'obtained like guaranties front,Eflgtan rf adopting the language of not ism only any importance frontierfEv;
; we do not learn that any real identification has pat eu; 'to capitulate, prodded'they would be assured '" '
: been made. concerning these articles. or of the to serve the purposes of power; the seeming erything now awaits ;the, ,result. ;of'iimportant ; # of the control'of the Committee'on,theVDistrict: Frtni t"SuPposed.thatti B1I hc61nDCc1interests !
,but the bitter of the the "
S 4 2 ? portion of tke body found. enemy poor; talk'1'' of Columbia'/ .the,1 Committee/territories wiiinOt"be"eagertarprom6te: the Ni5-

ti It is stated as a suspicious fact in connection Times is ou.'land.emphatically While, the curse and the reproach 'totttle :"plac&thi'IQday .' '<-,*-3 'if -or,'|in other words',if the. South would?yiel the l ragua i canal, by ?iberalf subscriptions to the

with the recent unusual closeness of Prof. Web- such journals flour the.l5lh.. .f .tj ; 7' :. :wKole matter'in.controversy.: r;The wors f dtock of the American rconpany;' becansa they
ish should
a r *ters's!laboratory. that from its chimney an uncommonly the we American. be Press.sparing in our reflections' on No one 'can fail -to':be amused''" "thonest \"lH theprop ddojtwas.that,it,would ruin'any'party ,apprehend that,the canal will promote:met.1-
.t*. dcnse'and smoke who accepted: or. 'Speaker.'who:would their,
constant has -
been f -r 'X'r":i ;'*v : '4 : any ; caa corooTtogreaei extent
; : ,observed to issue for several days past,and that THE Koou.I-Nooa'DMoND.-Tbe:great diamond candorlican displayed by.: Jh J2 under sQch.aregtriction/consentUo serve Mr.! "own." / T hey"celled, somd yEars.go4nT'aid tG'

: a great'amount uf pitch pine kindlings has.been captured lately at Lahore by the English in WINTER'S ti'oDw! resisted 'last year, by: :the'Panama" project., It ia notprobable that thfunds .
answering. In
t I .used there.The army, and which'is. the 1arg st;the most beautiful > questions.' ,QUr the AbolidQnistsbecause:he J wbuldt not .cc pttb' fbr'the Nicaragttascinal "work,which

:, most thorough investigations are now and the most valuable gem that is to be lastVe".',. solicited. infd'rmaujioncf. '. ,{ td_f., !peai'ership on.these te 1nSocA 1 "t:r 4' ";'-.J ;wi1t cost forty millionswfll b>, very soon9taih4' ;.
Xba 4' being made upon all the matters to which we found in the world, is'not to go,to, the crown, ministration'paper' two" both' ,Mr. C Bu'S votefell-6ffivtc-day| .from;;lpS:to "ithb,froth 1AM4UaIEO?.gOvCflneflt&8

hiveall dcd. The Medical College is undergo.ingthe that is. to Queen Victoria, as bo tyut.is; taken .upon points, 99. Mr.'WE'TWORXH left him, as did, at various 1.. ..nJ1. .. 't 'I. \ ,. : -, .!.' :
< L
sti1ctessearch. throughout, and it may .by the English East India,Company "on account of them.. of gr .. dnierest. (;, XVje:. d. sireSC i. times*' ,\+several' bttterst..Mr..BuJf.T-n1et\ihlm h ,, j!. .' '.1" ,{ '_. :
be expected that some definite information will :" that is, as the English .papers say, "it is, to know!whether:it was not*the" :Federal- r ollo t f'MrO't:8.C: .io' )GeerJamiWatsonWebb:'the newcbargeftd

soon releive the all absorbing excitement, which to be appropriated to the liquidation the-ac : to day, for Mr.Eicn&nxso! Ni tInh& has : ::Vienna,has'sailed already'for) _his destination 1

$ti )i.t is prevalent! in consequence of the mysterious cumulated debt.due by one of the States to'the party;:that:prevented. txa eLrmovl oendia 1 :been spoken of as a compromisecandidate/ -Mr1BiKOHAMrand ; Bis anxiety to clutch,his 3 outfit, get' oat of the

facts already developed. ln ia'gover mett.". .And it was stipulated by safterih warhadb&etifiniih,.:! Ir.,WAUx>mithdreffcjhepout : !way'9fthe enate,aIld.enj01ithe-J1onors: of hnewVicommis3lonj

treaty that ,this disp sition' should:,be made of, 1 i from M:.:COE ,Thewarfespmfrjndicatlonsfin, remih'ds us' of jth'e in'decenVtelofHaMet'ffmotherlia

: tl -. 4 .BO TOY,'Dec. 6.more otherwise it would.have been military booty, ;IL rbplis:bya contr. t1ktou! tntms.also ;: it Ie Qtt..fori,< pr. i1lt 8 r : 'posting1&1nee5"uou3

L_ f :Dr;Parkman's supposed,remains"were interrc4 -. and lintistx m-m. ,.-as such< have"' ', been' The__ .at the i... disposal" of',.the ,W .:wishedto, :be:distrnctlyinfojL.. ;.' ut co\gtS.ot_. ;L" .." ._al I':,''-_ :'tqr4 u -' .. .u';' '.,.: :!.''_ sheeta.:Jhe present cabinet has'tuff-
sovereign. KOOh-i-no diamond '- -" -.Jo '- 1,3 r.lt r Il l' the
to-day by his family. The inquest is progressing weighs' about thousand {without ;.evttsion' i ri ., ;- Boa" a"1 1a..w.f.. ".._of,.., led him.: oft.\1lf yerj' vei'pfhtlia sqsim of -
slowly. It is said that important discoveries one .carats; and! as' the ; : !Miivhether t:frr' -4.. "fi Of ,." ;i.d I''f. .' Senate, to.depart uponhsmission'without| ; p'gthemanootii -
: value dfdiaraondfc !is :calculated ; : .f yg.Jig C
have been nude among papers foundmthepossessioh'bf _bylapidaries; the present administration t ." ity oi ,.pi ng upon; hi.
and others be'worth .
must several millions of I. 'Senat- St&Af.B liu"d..i .
the accused; Among them ; -Pc" merits: There bas little respect for the power .
; w ft note for W400,; oeloiiging to'Parkman, and! dollars. l resnlyedto f"r': rernovethe. '* .<:;"".' <: -k Indians>' -iv-ir.** \\Jt at, 'aji{: j; ff. ft, 11 t io 1 R 1.P\-t ,' bf the S nat aalhere is wanrbf dignUj ia>ekairiliiistrationT

seerll'er1 Uer notes held by' Parkman. gaihst' .SEnpcTiOK'SiMvuFiEDrThV, Jast chapter-; ; -liazar s. To4his no.answerwhatever" tT )tl1 lhVPet fiJlJ'" ;iiiimngUng him out of the cootnfwitAluSpuHe4weU4 1
., ..
rj- the history of the'rc own Cyprian Lola is'returned, A.3i: ;! 'tftlt t t'I.J' "'P'I.7 .. ta ,.,> '.J''. ; filled:; ittfjtn.[outfit,
Mon .
.,., '
7 WebSter.'W; '-' ";, '. .' ., ;", .. gf4Hu."h.+ i.J ";. ". 'i .1 f ftonr tHe5 uoeay.ioni&cons1stenthia11he: ]iBut he aduunistr 5,
'. tess,; the |u6stsingulaV:6f: fL< It may"beremembered ; -, <' -1 I{ .ft' Vi +it .u.jY tp.ii D514db7LkC 8,nate'aniis"QfBofrxi -
,. 8mKGTriN/Dc .:6. 4 p.m. .: :that her.young husband,; .Mr. Heald, : \ &fwUbhaving'pr4#g aFe e 1 p ty : r,% ntaUY h' 1mt,.. itnng iri: en.11A Sa.f1IIS draiflS_ftel

c ,;b indiTiaaal.named.Eobertsoi'from! )ti- after haying been seduced, .f'rom'b ;,:;had,again' !: i diitedHhfetoo} 'al*&{ e, IT i llu ,bl: :JtlPt&h 7 ft' ThewTh manner: :oliOi 4IPpOlnWlellt tliirraeer objectionable'teT t'iU A* e.t Wes,
was arrest' in thVSeLvte) Chamber ingratiated himself into her affections iitherwber¬hlng < ; .; .1.m.lt.cn .
W ,or. 1" ":'u' lttJtft, ac :afthepassingof'Jd"i.c 4 _' Q.l.l'n" LJ'i "
l ) azj L .
thy:whlls ibgJhevLv : : .Yr.tt of Mr..Clay-- t 'likViLffectioQ'! be supposedjqez1st.Into ".. 9'.it} !L. lln Jq t t, t _1t ; I Sat9tQutbtaroliat' .tonCIa',, ."".0"i: .' ,QI"oifttrlun" uaun., ..", ..."...+ ,.;.
f 4- j .
lEe Waseotnmjt.e4. "jaiJppoJej l Dsant-; Her .temporary! favor.i .} .now..ap.: the J S pon' ibilityi0f! fKftS&to tfoiii&i l I.ti 9mplyritQr! -al pe n,. r P .. .-.". to i _-JI -____ ____ "" ,' os
It IS stated that, he had that Heald's 1 /unlari Aunts ',afterfailingin1 ; L ,, 41 C 1 Ji L Tb'1Fiea r
pre'jo y asked Mr..m pears -, .IstratLon jtf expel the i fromtj i 5rrwviayje< 'w' 'Tt' j pr t.1 t appigturej: -I PotTAT'iioM:
Foote to offer- {rsolutin; bAtMZ.CIyL; ils'l o'e i every btKer/efforttoiep ate. the.!loving emitpIes ; drawing'or engraving, calqulated to d1etrb4s. ra-iiati h&1 LoN Etgi' has1rriU
_ -a.- seat.. in.tEe.. Senate-. ; 7"r'M : pair! ; and( get ridpf what : they;: re'Ipleasedt ,to. State., ,', When there'orewe rjojd that'4a : p feace'and sliannonyof the-peopI-ofthis State, fraph.tbtheCathoKcBbhop Pro. w f'.11p'

S : : '. :, cojislderu piece sca1niiuag7have(6firered A ,re "they' 4-U :- --1iWdr4 In r l\lo l-k.A A .tIi.e.1-T nji p.D.th -r %i. he'J.aui "esta 'fI rtJrfit,
\V ; < "I ; WtU1 X ,OOOGOQ8O( ) to3ith J.lk1.- .t were p' r. Jt $,._i.t,9. .HH' ?*p -'
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IlC.troJeti.f'tb2Flardian- t lottruzLT&A mentsj:;werepeat,'"i:'j ai io;: cIahme' 'Th'e's t b'th8 .. 'iShiC 1w been ,- .!--'TI' : 1 : -'- Hii
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best that arMnMtaac s witttiwItm i ct"i opened without the, ,w toeecbwi1c : ,County.Fla.ITIiL ,

i ., FA i Nov" 1849_* 1MESSx& we 8aythat.tre stiU>elieTet t&e force tinsuffiaicnt has giren rise to animated- attacks i by,M.Olaragaand -. ,. Bcso1ithCoartHouse. door
.IW'L' B.S:. V ;.we atWouall..hop 1re&1 l'be,11Ust.k n. .i, : fred gal "-'lm 1 abt fid. if':'' ""'ofBentoncui4tyothe'.first .Monday .

There is.not arumor, upon the subject pfljy '! ,t AS a'driibAck o'thisie min f T bro 1 : envious aryaez_rmd:hiS colleagre f 'L t\t:. Le io '8fD iw.b hours of 'II

d13115 flot amongs' at least none hare' dition of i.it'i'je bSY"i thiiMs3aperamuu1 1 T. '\.-!. iI.1 t .-: -..- t,lin. sale,the foU6winrp.erliiwt': : The South. ATLANTIC'' lHmFTISherebynotifi 'tr PAli
ell uS., TrooPS are employed to open the! road rom.r' It:is with great regret thatSro have to state; west''u. erjf Swilp \a''tti_biJ' 22,.Range.! '|. : h lt1aJhila tica '
Niklah. The ,stearne! ationsand inaian ? Ijpublished the-death ; I9f.bwngl60ttcres'6fandmoreror4ess. ,Levied .
this e t hoko ;: speeches 0fGeneral'BifircA3< from Fashion arrietihere p a few dais,gotrom e! thetendeniy.fbIchtodriiibli ,iym' '{ tinguished. Citizen -\pfGeorgiawhoffdeparted; ii".1.s'..., 1i j k' ; 'bl, llid'.re t.a- rai,, ,u.\ n-J I jf;aPPJ&fcrVIii94, rqnmendmntt W* #WM- the OW Charter:Wf of*

Orleans with cargo of horses to the Quarter pathy:tothesidb CffthejIiidiMii 1 Hesd7:J coni| this life at Macon, on'-..Tuesdaylait,! He had Mtisfy; 'sun'.1 n9Siu .1DIIl"nl11 Ul th1 .
municationsbycbnce; ingthe trtfeBtateoftheof spent the Bummerjat-hi rMdencenearparksville County! Court of AlachualnfaviBrof| ;JohG. SSSIgpT .

Master.The commanding General has W down to tr nsiclion,'by:grnng&onI7bfdnyersi ft' ;and-was'oh .his 'Journey.t,;ihis--winter-* Tyner. andptheri.. his .ddayof:: Julyaf' l9r* ];J .tj I
Niklah and we'hope soon t here thatthe ,their obligatiohsHinderrthe tfea rp!JPajnVsLanding home .in.Camdencounyt: .His rem s'are'ex... .: ; : ,;- '--,. tr NLMOODT4 : !!I .'Woi '
Choko and willing to listen ,do in substance i .the' pected toAmve in this :": t '-f '; ",:'SheiffBO.t' '1ji. .JI.,' Per 'Sale, :Hear \Ta i
Indians are ixtimidatttl charge > people ; city by jthe cars.:to-day. : ,- .. .
Dot only to reaso; but to the promptings CJf hu- of Florida;:and the .Gen'erai; :Go/iiniment ,Whit t. This, 'gentleman.Tras for-Teryjnanyyearstan: J...1. .1" f--YS49. .' -' ::4f ,;...i' '" ...""., {..-jds' .t..41: .!, =. :en' .'_:;.ia 4 t
inanity common to the humAn race. forcing thVextraditipoof, th bse liidjansj contrary officer in the'JT 1t Statea'Arxny;'.fie:served + >, 1e.b,e&lins'. H n'd, itn. t1, : ;.4.1' : < .
theSt.:1te at f -" '* -* -*' ,
with -
The numberoflndianslettin justice and right Ifjthey: emanate from high distinction in the",war. of/i J 812i"W' first Monday rpHn c: & scW&iit ne3L

trace o11842, bas.. been the Eubject of much the army, they are"ji6 1ations..ofniiIit Ipr. retained.a ,Cblone;:upbh". the' .'red tion, of iriUanuary 'V1. Q'f.. :': .1'm.., SImmOn. (j Eammo; *, a&'. ., te 1,ye.._"mil, '
to _
specuhtion. The Governor, in hiS message priety and'eco 1 i1'f,because, a side from their th'army at its'l se,soon' acquired a Brevet n8 :Sherift'sSaIBenCrj I..7'1LLBe"sold "'.. S.nee.f rom.3t', i.--L i'ieuaI1: al1\" : "".1.. j1jj
sta.tccl there were one hundred bad Brigadier General and ; : ,: 'of :' *
consequences negotiation ia'cfewed
the Legislature partiality, to thepending :.withtha&ritkI4: Com Tanjpa .VAbojfonhalf and, has
and fifty rrior3. There are .persons here would be likely ensue should' a manded, .in-rjloridain;.1 8I5 1d6"' at:the ;commencement .. ,- .before.theC ut' Ho 'e door, eei4in. eul1'itioU: W4ed?& 'Th8 tis
who have sm'a good deal or the In indians who. knowledge that such. feelings' exist,among the': .of the'Seminole-WaR: :sHe.was' truv --'c! ofB 1t U1 tinltho'Strf' ; warnt'V ? r--' ._ tl''ti9&f U-'tho" *. -1jiweIt* ,
think they numbe from two hundred and fifty.to troops come to the ears of,the Ii1di ni :However ly,a.Hero 9 atthe,. battle ofWithlacooche ,- 'Resligted August next,between'the nsualhturs of sale rii :! t"'8.r

fife hundred wllrriors. The truth is. there whatever may be the purpose' of the "co&munications from the army,'he established( inielr in theTollowingT3rbperty'to; 'wit:;l'ne-iEas1j 4 % ,of Tbewatcr. is'soft and p'ute, Dlaca'a**};'
:11"e no certain data from which their number referred to, 'we' let'theii'pass! as; Camden County in thiS States Jntime.he 'was: SOthEat3 :of Sectioa' ,4 :, To1f shfp 21 ,dti l e 1tBi-: ,Seier )i uridrS othiij .

can ca.1culated.. the "Sentinel" says relying, for'this6nee: upotf elected. _atnemberr of.,Congress ; and, recently, SouthR ige 9tE3st.j.alsoiBouth-Tfesi:3 c9ii1d ke go;aJcenaii smuiilar th )ihoiJUg' _
One hnndred and ten warriors have been the good sense of the In Hans to determine what was the Whig candidate for.Governpr.pf Georgia the B th-West 3 of Section 25, TownshipaSO ona. -PiiOt-thOIeraEe 'eIeYatTh.T1i: *
seen, CJf which three are known and believed to may be best for themselvesj; ich 'determination', : Hewas, agentleman, everyYsense of the 'Range 19.:' dth&prortyrCT.Jenkinit& range is good in the.Nei" ri ngpasin w a :aZ.
be dead and three ar prisoners, in the hands wt// leave public sympathy to seek some more ,'iv ,-4 'Word-a soldierwithout reproabhnUziabo .' J satisfysundry; :*Executions issued. ?riafes,:which!late r'Auit te.ris1 i. ;W'

of the troops. The number ofthe Indians at the thy objections: commiseration. est man. The people Georgia.and; inorees. from the Circuit Court of 'Ben ton;_:in.favovLof ,in convenient 4J 'on the pu'bUa J .t,

commencement of the war in 1S35, was estimated Yours, truly. pecially those of her seacoast, will'"deeply :feel George' Hammocklmcl others"' i this 2d day of lu.ly *. 'site fo r Sidencfi"o':rlO 'BC e ,:a...
'Of -
by the negro chIef Abraham. The basis the loss of this eminent. and honored citizen. 1S49.,. .tt" "T--'H'. : c.MOODY'.' '' i "B beautyi '.The term'J1fb iD di on

that enumeration Wi.five woman and ci1dren [From, the Columbia South-Carolinian, Dec. 4th.] i Georgian :" : -. SheriffB.C.\ by applicatioa. )at'Key:Wes FIorida,fc .
and ten _____ r "
Now one hundred ; July21,1849. \ ; -
to each warrior. RESPONDING TO MISSISStf f ; .J'.W.Si'A1tX.; .
warriors au known to be in the thirty country more, who and Last night a meeting of the Legislature was Jolii'V.ifo. 'SHEEN'S'PoslnoHJohn 1 < ''. V liD. i Bni i' I'n;j : :Theaboye Sale;:i postponed'until ;'tie 1 \1'Dec." ,]f 18(9-- J .- -. u t'6m.'. : : _'...

frow the best information some makes the held in the Hall Representatives the Honor-, ren, invcorrectingYeverai errors in his speech at first-MOnda &Januaryi xt.SAhE. ., :1 .\awaiuaHt.w ..l'I -
I ,__ ___ _..;";tI dH whites. : tills -- -- -' J. .p iCoLuszg l. ;
:DaTe UVVL hundred.n. --and- -thlrty-seve-' According able and venerable Angus Paterson presiding ianeuilllalltlie, other'evening, as1 reported in -- <., ,, :, -- ': -- -itJ.. alJ)4.'s.mt' ,

to this Ornate, .reckoning five women. After an explanation'from the chair of the objects the Boston Republican,says: .. --- : '' ., '

and children to each warrior their number is of the meeting., "I'did riot vow But Mr. Carew, prefaced by brief appropriate togo B haTe levied and '.-ine'bi'l :
swelled to eight hundred and twenty-two. remarks into convention Vith.slaveholders.. /Law I .-"- \ < '- -
only half as many woman as men have been submitted following resolutions: that solongas: the'Southern;" states ,made 1 pro.said for'sale D.t Fort Pierce,' '(ttm; beingno: Court j ,E ROMso1icjta1j, n 'Ia.t Wi1}'Jlh.t t:1_: '.
of children of both Resolved. That in the late movements in the : House the of St. Lncie in the be ,begs
seen and the number seen slavery the sole,tes.:of eligibility to, office it : county, ,) county r .rt. r leaY&to3nforn'j: 'iriecoaana *
f sAxes, is about the same as the men not more, State Mississippi defence of th rights and was obvious that'no:'Nationa! 'Democratic of St: Lucie, Florida iMonday-th e.22d day invalids-isiting the South in pursuit of fcealta t
may be a few less. Therefore, from actual observation interests of the South, we recognise the spirit of could heloVfor'the basis'of' Convention 'of October t A..D.1849, between the usual hours pleasure, that he has rtpared Winter Quar,' 4;.
I i the whole number of Indians now In a free and gallant people worthy to lead and al Convention is willingness and a'Nation- ofsale'the) folio wingdefecribed'hnct'ot land, cor .ters for .their'reception, and solicits;Itheir pi- ft

\ Florida locs not exceed two hundred and sixty- worthy to conquer in the great contest now to supportthe nominee_of.the an obligation. 80 much thtisviflpay the_State.and County .tronage.TheRoom3 comfortable and hare- ,I
e1& forced upon the South, in which are involved he may.be." convention, whoever .Taxes,:iassessed''fhereon for the .year.;:1847 good fireplaces.! No pains'will'be spared to 4:

The usual quantity of cloth allowed in statistical tour lives.. our fortunes. and our sacred. hon and 1848, unless the Taxes thereon and the costs .render, ?.comfort ;and .attention'to those:' "
statement for the consumption of an individual or" On what part of a ship would you inscribe- are' paid before ihe' .day,of saletowit.:--An Island .who 'may 'visit Hhis celebrated; fountain of ;'t

in twelve months is thirty to thirty-two Resolved That the recommendation of the astronomical diagrams? IThe starboard. containing t '3600.ahes; of land, lying ,and Life.,.! '3Ififlehorses af.ke t. f ic'j.

urds. Not exceeding this quantity forthe..num State of Mississippi, of a Southern Conventionto _._ ,_. being in the said county of St. Luciei called forthbse. 'who:.wish>: .ride-gj sthi*vicinity, '1
ber Indians last above named1 has been supplied be held at Nashville on the first Monday in rr Ex ract of a letter from EDW.--Bl- ''' l rriatt's Island,"sItuated near Cape Canav: aboundsin; .. WJ.gamy such aa Deer Turker*. '.
and they are thought to have large June next. should be cordially embraced by the Esq., Druggist of Detroit. GH.\I. eral, ;nfth"e River Ys" r.Indi n'River;:'granted Ducks and BIrds andftr those.Wd of BUch-: ,.4 1 1

8.orcs ia reserve.At whole South; and by common calamities impen- DETROIT March 23d to Don Juan Mcintosh by.the Spanish Govern- sport there !isevery.faciUfrr. Ti e Mail Stages.'' t

<: Harbor, for the space of four or ding over through the action of the General Dr. 'HAnr.Es OSGOOI>:-My, Dear Sir-I, 1841 have;f ment, the 18th of May): ,in the year 1803. and jrom Jackspriville toTa11az.ej". the HouSe *'. ..1ji

five .years, the trader bought from all they Government driven on by the lust of power the past year sold hundreds of bottles, 'of' the.: measured and laid off.to said McIntosh by Geo twice a week each, wal. Tbrmy of Board :are ji:

could produce skics'of all sorts, corn, potatoes and the fell spirit fanaticism. India Cholagogue .prepared by .you anil 'have J. F. lark on the 2d becembeijI8t7,. :as :willbe '- $20 per month including fires, and :the lTab1e:;' i jij,

,Deanats'tanoes, irater-meUons, fowls, and e- Resolved, That,for the purpose of carryingout found it.to give universal satisfaction, in thE( t .seen by the>Jut and survey thereof? .which will be furnished as well as an]; other at thV .iII j
yen hogs, in fact any thing they would bring to.th the recommendations of the people of Miss- cure of Fever and Ague, Chill'Fever-; Dumb A-' said'3,600 acres are assessed in ,said St. Lucie South. The best medical aid canbe procnreVL:

., wre\ supplying them in exchange with sissippi, it is expedient, that in Legislative caucus gue&c. &c. I may 1Y, I think, without hesitation -, county to John H. Mcintosh, _' .. here ; and the Springsatthj3rate time)are in first ,t i i'I
.very thug they were able to .purchase. In we should nominate four delegates to.represent that I have never known it tjjail:in ,Amount due for Taxes for1847$22.273. .??*! for,. nking and .bathing.\lt these.? ,.;
tbririatercourse with the trader, they were al- the States at large in the Convention which have come under my observation 'where cases I, tc -" !1849,: 26,73 Spnngs will be rohnd avOi-ypIet ad desif. .

WAJS allowed every Horace not inconsistent proposed to be held in Nashville. it has been faithfully used according to, direc Add costS.. .'H. ab1epIacto'passiheWjntc" r. :\ -.'f
with the safety of the goods. They came in. Resolved, That, still further carry out the tions. Iam.yours -l I j LBRAYTON.. : ?? i.-T..TBEZVANT. ,\ ; 1
hen they pleased, stayed as long as they recommendations of the State of Mississippi, very E. BINGHAMl truly, ; Tax Collector and.Assusorof&. .Liucje;Co, v- 'O .' -PioriutTOk ;A

pleaseland were invaria'bjy} treated with the utmost we respectfully recommend to the people of For sale by T. HOLMES & Co July 14, 1849. -- :tds' riovemberJJ17th, 1849.., :st \ "- ,

kindness by all the whites they chanced'to this State. to meet together on the 1st. Mondayin -_ : ,' IGr The above sale postponeduntil .the'Brst : 1'Elet'aaor"- 4 It
meet It is, therefore, but. a'-reasonable conclusion April next, in the various parishes and districts DR.WISTAE STILL TRIUMPHANT I : 8' tr. ,
under the circumstances for the writer of the State, to nominate as many dele- 2JUN0A LtVEIGSTON 'Monday 'January, next. BY virttierof' ..an'order;of the JucTge"CPr' .'
Con N Y.June2O,1849. 'or .
tasiy that he believes most of theIndians gates as they have members 'of the Legislature, } >' bate" rfora.lachua; .conntyj .the. Subscribers -:: ;'..
.isite the store. Kevertheless,agOod many In- to meet on the first Monday in May succeeding Mr S. \V.-Fowle..Dear.Sir Notice..' \ will ieH-at-publicductiohj'in'front'of the. f'-'
-Prompted : '
,iians always traded at Tampa, and no.pinicu- at some' central 'convenient point in their of Gratitude for benefits by a THE.Copartnership heretofore existing'Be! Court House, in.thw Jown-'of'N wnansi11e:on' I.t
hraesxinatwaskeptof those who visited the respective Congressional districts : then and sense received from- xi the undersigned undef the' nth the first day of,Jdhoary neit, within the usual t".,
: Peas Creek. The writer has:no reason thereto nominate two delegates representeach the use of WlSTAh'S BALSAM OF WILD and style Cooper& Rea,ithis day dfesolvby d: hours'of. ;the'fbllpwihg: land'; belonging to' .,
#:ore on CHERRY I submit the i
following "
statement .
; mutual. consent. ; the estate bf Jircob Summerlhn deceasedfsitua. ,
district in
to believe there areover one hundred an 1 fifty. Congressional the State in the Previous : I.
the .
to taking Wild
my Cherry, lrhad. CHAS P. ted in said viz '
Conversation. : COOPER, county, r Five hundred ,
warriors in the State. So far as the settlement proposed been : : acres of .!
obliged to business
give in T '
of the concerned, this number is'. Resolved That entertaining sincere desire to ': up my cpnsei GEO. B. REAB. land being undivided fouith part of a'tract i
peninsula -
just as formidableas if.were five thou nd. co-operate with our sister States of the South in quence this distressed of a severe state I affection ordered of the lungsIn.. Jacksonville, Dec'9,1S49.. ". tt ;' oftwo-fho'1 '-; j s,. ItiIthd,bn the river 'itl'
try your j Santa Fee. nnd
The kindness that has been lavished Upon any movement which they deem proper for the remedy for CONSU 1PTION. I did so and in Notice. '. bounded. 'pn'the'West by landsofrF.RSanch'ez l'd
the Indians, not only' by the traders and troops,. common good, and having entire confidence in the course of a few weeks; I was restored, to comparative subscriber wishes'W hire' by the: Oi.iit'1aMs: xfd', on all; ptlier-'sides'by: T1- .
is the best the wisdom integrity and firmness of the Southern THE lear the'RrferSantavFee.Term "
citizens -
Imt the generally, .possible .
health 'k
good ,so that I have since been '1st" netthre : J.
'January f'6tir'goo
( !or Ifliown'on diySof saltTHOMAS'KDEXTBB. *
Indians had /when assembled in said convention .
the not
had people ,
that an
evidence able attend to ordinary business. Indeed my negroll1en work in bis steam sa'w mill'in-< -. JOHN'' nn <"..rT 1"
S. -
important object to gain by breaking thepeace, we venture in.anticipation to-fledge the people present state of health for exce'eds'my most Sanguine this place; for which:liberal..1ragestO'the'year.5; - un RTT1l'I'/>: !,>
110 four nor twenty Indians would have of.the State South Carolina.'foafaithful and ** -' :
Yours .
expectatiocs. truly will be given. I
: : *
ROB?. W. <
;. to a'ttaek the whites. The method the Indians unflinching support ofany measure-said convention '(Signed.). JOHN URNS: "JAS.BCOLE. ". BROOKS.Ezit". ./ .
adopted 'bring forward the subject of their ,may'recdmmend as expedient .or-necessary Bay tione without the Written of fl FIa. '* '*' ( ; '; ;. l i r
I signature Garey's feitp.-t 4dj' : "
own removal, was bold but no one, we presume, : for the maintenance)of.the.rights, interests and. BUTTS 'on the 'wrapperif you would avoid .; .>,.De'li& ., -. ,. 'Dec..", 8,1849.-' .-. ,-. -, ids- '; '' : .'I:
will it was not the best The execution honor of the South, at everyhazard and to the .
s.y : mp. siti n. Master's. Sale. ; of Valuable Real -Slrerifffs &J : '',, .'
hears be stamp of a thorough knowledge of the I very extremity. For sale by T. 0. HOLMES & Co. Estate.- > i. .' < ( :
United States which young Indians could not A short debate arose tan &et framing ,of the YIRTUEofftdecretalLorderoftheDistrict. : -B'YVirtue. : of two writs of Fieri TacSs issued ;.
-" -- 6
j)'jsses>.and the delivery or the prisoners proves': resolutions and the distant day on which the IIiCifcuitCourtVoJuatbiaCo.astern' : By. }Court6fthe
zothi. If the United States were satisfied proposed convention. was to meet, which ;wis l Circuit ctf'I Iridt. }'.;. Northern District of Florida, made tm the:1 4th will expose" p ublics' : i 'front of the', ',1.

!:lea lians gained their point, and remaioeJJI1 participated in by :Mr. Huger, 1'1r.Keitt, and In Cbanccrr day of June, l849,< the'undersigned,< a Hiiaster Court Houle in the.rol. 'of Jacksbnvflft. ,"con n_ .' ,.,
i the country ; if not then they could only beremoveI. Mr. Cunningham, whet in Chancery of said Courfr>iriU"offerfor sale' .tyorD vaL 1d 'Statetof-Fl' ; The whole' operation was but a throw Mr.. Memmipger,on thegronnd that a'large ELBUT M. T. SMITH ) ._.. ,. public.auction before the Court: House irf the at Monday of Dec>&b::tex ;. bet\reeri the ii'hour .' 'f
v s' *
<>f the dice,and the Indians won. The figurehead proportion the gentlemen present'hnd never j> Bill -for Divorce.. '.. T W1l Jacksonville-, the county :bf DuvaV c salfrfie' 'foHowing described.:-property I"i'
cfold Sam Jones is inJellibly engraved on heard ot :resohtti&ns until that evening, nov-* 'EDA S I1TH. ? on Wednesday the-'-sixth'dayvt;February to wit: Two tracts_of land, situate, lying, "and ..:
the whole transaction: the reason is obvious it ed that they printedand ded over to the IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of,fthe. following.-realeetateof. ext being,on theivatersot'Trout CVcek]n said count* ,
i-jast like him. People who take these Indians committee on Fed ral Resolutions; and that Court, by Affidavit made in this Cluse that'\, decea.sdtowi : George}iKingsfeyj ty, one tract *cdntairiing:'eWacresl., and >.thVr .If
: '
Eda Smith,,the Defend.'nt, 'r i es uIoflheStateof t'f", other !o acres'of laiid more" Ifcsk' ;.
dther for fools or canards, will find themselves they submit nreport at an adjourned meeting ; : or and on*
slightly mistaken. We sincerely hope we may which was agreed to, and the meeting adjourned. I Florida, and in the State or G o"gii., DRAVTONSf.AND' -', : hundred/headbf Stock Cattle. Taken in'eiecution ... t
i>e wrong and that they will .prove to be both ,---- On motion complainants Solicitor, It is ordtrcdj; 'Sitdftted Jon Lake George r ,; cpntaining.iseven-" "j '. ; sit die s tfits (' n tiIid.B.-Sli th .'and 1f'It
-- Yours, truly. Hungary. That the said idr.'Smith, do appear and answer teen hundred (I700)atresra6re) .or.IessvalnbJc ; :\ lliamB.' RbsTv, Arthur"'Bailey ;rid"will'"' i!

the BillofComplalnffiledin this Court; within for in situatioa, quality its!oil and be sold as the"property. '.of the d. 'defendanf. .:>, .
'Fit 1rungry we learn that fresh condemnations .' -
TAMPA, FA., Nov.26, 1 849dERs. taking place, and no fewer than 15 four months, or the said Bill will be taken' for. for Its orange,lemon, and citron, .grovee.FORRESTELtS. .. .' -toatizf'ysaid'wr. t. -, .
confessed provided a of be i"j'
copy; this order published THOm.sI EDWnH; :
EDITORS The Indian Chiefs have additional executions at'Af ad threatened ., J .
:- are in in the : ;EOItf. '; l' 'I :
some Newspaper Eastern Circuit 1i'ernr 'I. C.: i ,
.' sent in messengers to the camp at Choko Niklah daily. : e1c : -:OCtbberrfZiihr1849 -' ';-" <''
# :
Florida Once a for the Situated -
spit6e"df feui onthe Johns Riv about sixteen -1: : :: ;rv
with theintelligeuce that they desired a conference The valedictory .address of Kossuth to his months. ** ,_ -',,.' -
with the commanding General. the countrymen, written at Orsova, has been'pub DOUGLASS" miles below Palatka, containing:about six:hundred I 'n-:-The above leis postoned.tthtUthe, ;/
I 500) less. i'
acres.more or ) r rI'
15th bf December next, when they would make lished.! It is written in his most enthusiastic 'd %_. I first Iohda of\JaJiu;' ext.,
Jge 'ce.c.; :
known the determination of the Indians in .regard poetical style He alludes to Georgey as follows IO.2OthI49." ", ., "BUENA. ,- ,'-VISTA. .. ,. 'To'a. i
Jo proposition made to them by.General. ; "The ingrate whom thou ,hast fastened -. 'Situated- --near.' Forrest er's t oint' : j ,ClAirt. ants. .:of'. w Private_... ...GrastLAND9 .j ,
,' .'containing ,
I S. ScARBOBOTCfc erkjOf tfee Court-. i, :W-'.E ,_ -
Twiggs at Charlotte Harbor to remove to the, with thy abundance rose agaiiist thee2.raitorto thousand acne. SU'lE-OF.FLORIDA.
one ((1000)) less with
in and for said County'do hereby Certify that the **' 'tljo J .. an. ; J'
\. his mother-and destroyed thee utterly -*-r iV.jr N--** -- TOTICKi h r ;fgi.en'0' ea n ( .
: orange grove uppn kt,43: .
Our Indian affairs, therefore, still remain instate Thou hast bean betrayed! Thou hastbeen above is ft truecojiycfthe original order n ihe. : >'AK .JN aimaDt bt.the'saidPJ rid&Gr nt;th&t

1 I uncertainty ; but the single fact that sold, my country! Thy death sentence hath above stated case,as appears from the files of said' _SAN. r JOSE'BLANTA.TION\ ; T the respective rveyors, .Messrs. 'David Hi'Burr f
the Indians written beloved. cf heart him Court. .. .. Situated DuvairCounty the River ;
have condescended to open communications been my by' 'I on 8tJohnsii'rnileS pn WJJJorris,'AiexdnderMcKay.'an'd
is an important step in the business. whose virtue, whose love,I nev dared to doubt. Witness my hand'and: .theSeal frotn'Jrtckspnville, ont !ining Arthur M.Randolph.have' beeaf app lhUd.'til)* r
A small reliable hope is 'now allowed a Yes, in the fervor of my boldest ,thoughts,' 1 l of said Court. at the three"'hundred ((300) ncresmoreor less"of,: which ,the 111idersi d: 'survey sdid lands, and have

Jlacern-our bosoms, that if the negotiation is should almost as soon have 'doubted the 'exiStence SEAL. Court HQ s.ei\*.Alligator. about one Lund red and i seven tySveracrcs are been)assigned.rtotheir:seferal'fields'of operaition'ahd ., rt.

prosecuted with a zeal proportioned to its im1Ottnee of the Omnipotent to have'believed that .saitCounry., this'5thday. ,"'5 .

it may be proportionally successful. Georgey should ever be a traitorto; his country- ". of Dc .:1S49..1't' ling.hotts'pj wi-tb'necessary- put buildingsy. '&
ot1ri .nding mistaken views of the Gov- Thou has been betrayed by him whose hand S.SCAIIBOROUH. ,,,, ,. &bi The aboye.. ,places offer'great.inducements: l bseholding'tit1&Jbr.hohav arigh.t" .
ttianent upon this subject vit that it would I had, but a'little' space before, 'depositedlthe, '. *_ _. -i Clerk, C.' ." t? purchasers, being' ;healthy, 'and; pleasantly; :.ful claint'toany .th'.IWsdn question,,or-1 ,

lx more creditable to a great nation ,like the,U, I power of our great country which !he'swore to __Peceraber, 15th 1849, :4m: a ti sitteEithmediate1y. !.th|.be River;, &'t. Johns,:- :]whoinay i haverany knoTrledge.'of.the lines anUiUcorners .

&*to in case an appeal to larms is necessary, i ithat. defend,-even to the last drop of his heart's blood.. : Columlua; Sheriff's SaleT": with fertile glands bearing many of the'tropical. of theirfTespective'tiaims.arerespecf-i''*
a few.men should decide the question in He bath done'treason to,his heart's:blood ;;:he fruits,'some of them.alreidy in'arrowing. state. ',fully,desired to wmie forward with all sacb/tr- ':
tat *ay,rather than by the exhibition an i has done treason to his mother; and the glitter (B' YVlRTUEora.wa: of..;.'Fa.issaed: from' .J -t.l. ).T 'TERMV. 1 '<. I tle papers, ,and evidences of locality-.as.it may ; t
the Indians .and of hathbe afor rbim more sed ciYe than ,the Circuit Court,ol Columbia Coanty,5and. t be in;their > This is th'e
erwhelming force I rawe. ,, i geld : ( power t6pro' uxe. nor?
Ow thitd i cal-ba1ance
"J this species of moral-coercion compel them' that of the bloodshed to save his own country. to.directed' have levied upon arid, will'er-? .. ,: y interest to jAoi be secured,Jwo; ant'hree'k&ri'With 'especially.desirable, as promptness in thia particnlaTy %': tl l

to tdopt. the only course left kopen ,totheni'viz. : ; Base gain hath'more value in his eyes than his pose to pubIiOalemu1roatof.th ;,Co'art :House-, ; ;.by !on thepalt'-,'claimants,,1 will greatly tf
bond of' the
10 God abandoned he has door in the Town of-Alligator, Colombia County; purchaiser'and "tndrtgagef, 'oi-'the. the of the I
accept the very reasonable ,and just, terms country and. him as -" ----- facilitate ,operations survey ore in the>t f
offered, and emigrate-they have,.so ,far com- abandoned.God for his allies in HelL ,Magryars' ou'the first Monday of December nexVtheKlbh" prem18a&GEORGEJRJPlmB ." ie ti6n'ot their.work, and the- 'lieuer enable t

p lIe with the view of the commanding General Beloved companions blame me .AOt.for' lowing propertyto witl'two Hordes :pneMule '. KSi ,l the?Governnieni.,to-bring,the surveys.in'questio'n
* i. .to speedy and satisfactory termination ii!$>, II

A portion is not only.mou tedbut is efficiently} ing given him my place. It was necessary, for. the property of Wm. Casori/.tp satisfy fo'ur. fa's St'Augu .iS494' .,, :9t i .Thedfetricts; !aSignedithe surveyor forjthe .
issued the Circuit Court of said .. .- -.* -....j '. .' ... .'-. I I,
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Sauted and their appointments everyway: the.people. haiL bestowed..oV.him.. their.:.confi- from' County one .-- ':. ExcHz .-"Q"Pa I e.t, \ .,''( !;present,,will be as followKJonnnexicing J'aarftCA''centre l''
ditable. The conduct of the affair, with sin- i dence.. The,army loved.hlm and he. obtainedL, 'in favor of the Ex'rs. bf Jacob Suinmerlin. ys.Wnu LV-ir. T"r%SQf. A. "w 1 i X ( : pTjintat Picoiakt fon the.St.Joh ,'and

f'!!exception of the bunt after the tnaraitders, as a .power of Sriuch I myself, .would'.have'been, Casou :ind'o' jnfavor' l\t: L pf, ;b'adHck'flanc.,- i'l" /.: .'I 1rob5 t.e !orJ ?Iuthbiacouutyt1js! he.u.dge.o.bsc.I4 extending the surveys north and south onr both .!

*!is called, has been judicious; and the dispooa -, proud,:and 'nevertheless," l4s.;man belied;the, "cockys. said Wm.tasoiu.1ASAASTEWART1. .t ',' 1 > ", bers; will seUat pU blic d auctioDinfrontofthCourt :'sidea of'.'the1 1'erihs claims may be design '. J
$ of the force is such' will bestlene. confidence the nation .and the .; 1r' i... :[nated. Mr 3u Wfllaurtey the inthat IJ
provided as baarepaidr the grants
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hI Sheriff
.the interests.of the State,"l her we are loveif_ the 4rmy.W! :; .Cursehim, Magyars 'oy.1849S r ,.L'h"... S" 1"Gc...:,} fiistdayof.Januar1r.nex; ; ".thin. therfisual'r'portron; thecouhtty' lying Immediatelyiwestof
toha peace of .ir. Upon the whole, thenup l.Curse,the hreastthat did not .dry,up, bo- '-N n" .t 'f hours'of sale, the following;lands belonging-' the St. Johns,from ,Picolati, tothe mouth, I't
tlthis the fore it himTnurture V' :.Th''above''Sale islpostpohedf< until ihe'TlT' .and north to the north 'lin 'lt tfie.State. 'Mr.
.point oft, arrangements are ento ; gave c ;w rr. .theestate9fJcob Bummerli. ,n,deceased,sitoAteSin t
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tiUe4 our commendation. w ., Genera1Hna is }his. unrelenU.ing : first Monday in Januaryjnext.: -' *. f j saidT "ountyand adjoining.UieiT.own.fAUi-' -Norris. ,'in th'e district'commencing at"Picolat*, .
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Iun4estoodthat a post is now being es- cruel l tiesV unchecked..by jhigher,;authority. 1 r -L--r-4- \.' .fri.toriT1x: Tie .West Jialf olf theNOrtb.\Yest on thV easCltttnlcotthe/Stii Johnsjvaxid&ex4 i .
: 'I1he4 at old FortFraser, in,the' fork of peas The:Jews:.a\Pesth j pncVmoraf threatened; Sberjff'sa!.!>Beztt6iiCounty\ '"V i'55. : uarter u.c't..ft'N'i Mfl'w"''* ff'f% *'*** 'M **v.t"T''V noLTownibip"* ding.dow Said;:stream n be" twee nl.th'T..a .

creetn4 that communications are being open- with. ilence, unless i thef paypp' .the,contribii. tTIL. Be sold before the'Court'Housedocir three' ,.Rang"Beven Do. WJ 'AlicNorthWest th1of ] the'ocean,and north to .thee S e. line. iMr.iRandoipH .
th T ampa,via,Choko Niklah, and direct.., tins'demanded,which.iBeem tobe bejwnd..their fJn Benton, -'a&rter:ofthe"South W Sr"brter. McKinthe; tf ;o g ,
first' :
llill post.is,.about:.forty..miles:due' east fromPSj&nd po! r;:.Therevapp rsmp."presen\j'p.r tiabj* : _> neit between county,,on, the: hours Monday'in of same ectionToantIILange'aI4o j ; th'eeCil1 :si: .,t8J. hscnthofPbo1a ;a4M t

about twenty miles'north of Choke of th'e'TBtate.of. siege atyienna being.raised. :.:5; August ; witi.Ine&.usual. iuth.Etquitter 8ae,. East half;of the'we N ruIarte ( in the district commencing at Picol2ta *-- '
ikiab. It is the in the The of, at following property, 'S on:.the ea8l. nk.pfJth'e.S(.,'.T 4vdjrun. I
most important ,post presence tEnglishnava1.foc: ; .of the South Wes dtirt' -D .r 'T .R :kI1fti1'rnTaii1i1nstd : :
eoliOD. being situated but a short distance to the DardaneUes.aa4) .the.hourly expect &:'otr}.' : SoUt Eas 'l i1ilt .rS: Cti i thrr1 h 1ii. t lng80uth. ; b .. .
th wuth-st_oftJie Urge'settlement of Hitch- vklof the Fwncnfleetjpccasibn:8ome(excitementat West qua4er;OftIieSQUtb6&St iitarttI i,97i. flWi" '' IH in itzi ;?''.}ti.a.",ret B .'I..- :'- t, aliS, ,w. "'U&ww'
Jacksassa, hi in'ihe'dlfect i .of the' Indians, Constaiitinople ,and ;the r EmpeiroV of"Russiaoontiaues 1i rth.W l .q .\.t} lf.N9r .E Iib ::hundred:and f Qcres'ptiani.-a (o* er.o f 'L;. .ip : '- !,

:jfrequeat tke region'about' Tohopekaliga : to'show;not a littlC irritaUonrat' the, \ rf in< .NprthrJEast' ,querotjor&haWesqute :portion' 'of wcmproedhanng thereon a ,hp'comll .. 'i t tu.e.r e fd) .

r.Le.and to the eastward loath of Lake MonroeT. decisive'attitude'taken)y:France aid.EngUnd.F .', r.1 Sect_ ion_. ;,, ownihp? 1OuthItzng t. fl, Urge aad1 commodious'dwelUng hoose" kitca'injr 'thebetter'tt' I .t '" '.''&ab'' .

understood that another'post,will be m'&i. 'wehayo.but -;tlittle',: au&;.iudinteresting. iaist.NeiII'eiusori ConstaWe.to. L; T e k 1by'"eremt utioi t {1<"HaiUeC1 1m lilt( ;1'. Ji Ms.. id l1er 1i and:;' ,. umh! '! 9 -----M .

gjcdiatdy'. d at:the site ;of-old,Fort ; ItjeeiisJioeier' t1itho P satWyjundryrEfron ; 'egL' ': 'hu idf .eiuider (fi&lb'I : tt !'Mt tf ,
'tbVj W ; f.
*l1er S' :reo 1t \ Jd. tipe'Cojart/ifjBfntdny. i n: lot ; ") J ilrm" ) ..
f } near Lake Istogpoga which another .mlf \ Ld rl ., 1 ;. i tUb ,:fqrMet1naEiade 1owu .t. ; r t.
ana : .
J41} outlet. Itit intended in fact; that all indeed'bis'a.iTiT' tonemoine 'was'' actiully.. '", .taer.. ,'Y'U t1u 2d,,'dar-of/July j. "-.,-*..- ,?,, 'i, 1 e. ". .tH..} 11'f' : 1l'rp"tI.k\ "if.1l'r'h". {. I!, 8ur -- -..'i.l'n. ... -"',_ "

r e P<*U fthe, cordon _shall be. .eat bbabid1D announced.,, ,,,. T ; kTztishtoopa'prescnt*' *--- "'. ,1849" '- -4 I : &' 1t '1. .11"'J.I' !, ;hftiBC.4 v. ,.4JKK4U." .! .f .'.. ,1. .',l2it,,,>;,,i'13ilt, 1 .$ fl{ j-r jj
Jj nil.communication, before,.the; 15th _olr : at.onebayereccie1 7"I_ i JS 17--, ,.A. ,.,1&1-- ., ".rHOU.S.tJle e .. f .-..'- 1 ; ,' I j
ta? Mer nextto, beprepared for ,'imy,"reluc ; 6&e/.toreta&, ,|to7 pwn.v/rhw; act., Jo11r2toilJ$46.. ;)- .! U .Jliii '>dsxIe -, ;. :' '- !IT ,t tL OND9n r ..tU.b Ji, eM, 'P- _. .:

:'flie Jndiani t "manifest *to>swallowing. was nnQunced1iuherenchAssernkly'bjthe: '., :,; 1b;,' u ._Ealets, ':- ,v' GS8 prepared for them. These 'arrange Minister of on the Sth instant In :.? 'r.., :IWiirG1Iond .fH: it6 S4D24:7"' ''T :'''-1 if 1 D. '".' ""''' -' "' '&tt. ".,-"..":
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1U1L11 f. Head- QaartfM- Florida- if Illtiai l" msINSTJTUTION' WlLIBE..OPENED ON .She:well earned reputatfoh which this'Hoasohas
', 'iTALLAHASSKt,'NOV, 1849. 9'o'clock A ftl acquired'It! isthe. intention Of.,th S presentprop'netortoinstAini '
'& -.SOf :' the first Monday in June nextat. ,, ?: &' *' :
:r "CTTHEREAS, ah election' .for I thVfollowing in JgckIonfliEatIlOrid&; ,. ,,, < \Vk"verj f I
re-i' 4 V, ,be for.the'accommodatibn -. : iummn il! ritt"m.:bet< itend rat'
V Pie1dOeerstowit. ? one &tyor'general ,Separate rooms witt :: tted/up/ .' : ;
'y; ; ; for lit Division,one lLtjor.General for 24DJdsion 'of young L ds and Misses;'where guests. /Invalids, travellers, and Tfthers; Will;

: r .t i ,one Bragadier.General for 1st Brigade, they wilt be Instructed in the Elementary and, find"this house: desirable. itIsiItnatedicIngthe S :
-'ii q Brigadier General for 3d Brigade, and,one higher.branches 'of iii ,English and,classical south, wHhfdark piazzas; 17JT feet')ong, : :
1t t Brigadier! e for 4th Brigade Florida Mi- Education; and.'Wong 'xn nwi1E be fitted for with'court -yard.rn front r and/protected r from' ,
1LJ? Jitiaj'was' held the for in the Latin and northeast winds.t Therrooms are eUgiblsittedrgeand &.
on, 1st.day: of October849 College or professional ,
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And appearing by a fall canvass of the returns Greek classics. ,:and. in .the,Philosophical anti J : fthy-th'&! b:uildingfixtur&lathed:- :IN'?'ETIIt<. .'',.... '.c;.,J." ":,. ; :
made to the Executive'Office sciences.t- beingnew.; The HouseVbuiltlDf wood/is riiiiis
that. ._ Mathematical, MEDICINE was prepared ;
Milton b' General ,.. r' ,> audplastered&c-, : w rd"it'js. built expressly ,; .and is the result '
tJohnD" duly :eleetedMiijor ) /A jueits: : e "*., -- jpbysjcian, :
for the i'ikse "
[ 4 : ,.. / ajve practice of;s81era11enrs in
THE YEAtt>ill be [,idedintofoUrqnat T .a :
) :the. combined the'
1b; \4\Vith. :many! advantages; ,
Caner.'MlJor 1er 12a'D1Tision: ?aca- mate :-ThoseVho: have .used Jt :
; L of about C12tw! eeki each--.with.intervening. presentppiietrcstMrPAvii assures those :
4rIt Robert C. CaldweU, Brigadier;' Generalist 'will have two sessions:,the first, '' c :8eenTtssalutary| Effects uP9n-'
n&' The'day '
r:; ;34j sj Brigade: -,. ". "' -. *. from d'tof13 Sl/and the'secondi.fronl'3 to 5P.! patronizing the.house. that- her exertions. will.1: .farther;evidence.of its great.value} ]
) : James A. 'Pedonj, Brigadier'General.:3d Brigade be.appointed to be' U>" please; of.thonsands Has been perfectly; ,
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'i' Very respectfully '
$ ..' ) ;' ; : V. /. r- .. .i' exerciser. in English composition1 and declamai. : 3St this)medicinewhen( [ ( all, 'other,,
p4 Benjamin Hopkins; 'Brigadier ,General, 4th / "l/ S ,< THB'PROPRIETQR .failed. lta'op'eptlon's not eimply 1
; .tion. : .Augustine .''Oct.: 20 '1849. : : ;
Brigade: "* .will be received : the'diseaae'fqrfa: time but to .
< After the first term,nc pupil 'N.B.Attached tithe hpnse'isfine'stablinVcarriages ",' p ; : l
.NOW, belt therefore,known, that the above at or ne r'octhe beginning'of.the:Is' ssion, : ; ; ,,' 'tern, and restore it to sound.and p : i
jThY: ,: earned persons are.hereby proclaimed duly"elected and except/ pupil for lesS than one term.! I ;" horses,jponies-boat; ', *' and :all fix A,small Treatise,: ,the 1U t
4 tares for,excursions. fvoct27'2ni" ; :
4t4; to the various commands 'disignated,'. dwh'en *' 'Talilo ..' '- -: .'- i. .--" -f, <: and cure of fever and ague and" r j f
commissioned, will 'be b yedand bilious' :
respected be had
'- nradingVriting; and Arithmetic -' $6,00 Boot and:.Shoe :Store I'' ; : climatesmay.
8CC8 il1gl1. '
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dersigned. \ '
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; Ir BROWN, Governor.By Righer.English studies, 8,00'ibilosophical In'' T1Eh' ;.SUBSCRIBER,. Wing taken \: AlsonumerousccrtificateS t ,
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L I'ix1;; the Governor-Attest: and Classical! studies, 10,00 .tJ : _: IS reiid ence" ,permanently in !
r highest respectability :
L. 'lOne half thenrice of tuition;according to the '' testifying
Adj't Insp. 3t Jticlcsohvilleiespectrully'In1orm5; : '
eSjt1. efficacy this medicinecan ,
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studies pursued, will.be;:expected.in.auvance, -- the public that he ''is now preparedtocarryon.the f, '
Jrt& ; LONDON LVIIJli K1,! the end of each term. ,cation to ,
% and the balance at
&c.FICI Boot and \Shoe business i in all .
'Sauces, T. O. } \ '
1 Board will be in Town at reasonable -
'p ; its branches. As he obtains all his ,materials ; '
a* jg i : .Mushroom and Walnut- rates per,month, ,for Pupilsfrom the country directly .frornNewYork'.he will be enabled.to: Agents for Jacksonville' and. I ;
t i Ketchup. andPm-ent.sand.Guardlaus, who may desire furnish customwork' Jacksonville,Feb.24,1849.. :
; at a much less price and
1 Sy prH'l'v Prepared Salad Dressing for,Lobsters. Chick- to avail themselves of.the facilities of this :
of far than .
I superior:quality :.has; hitherto been
v &f ,ens &. ," ;pR.. TOWNSENDS COMPOUND ,
trCe4t ; edueatioh bf their childrenand .
t for the
[l ? 11! in Institution accessible,to his,fellow citizens., He trusts that : ;
r $*; Jtivsl English, bottles.Mustard:. poundand. I half-pound others.may: be 'assured that. no, exertion the patronage which has'already, been exten_ .. Y...sA. ._ "_.. .., ."
f' Dunn's ,will! be spared to ensure the health, comfort and ded to him,: 'and'forwhich\hel.takes.tl.lJs..occasion -ThisExtract is, put'up start :
Invalids..Chemically .Prepared Chocolate' ,. for. :progress, in. knowledge, of all,:who may,,be :to return' his sincere.thankswiil,;; be,still I, six times cheaper,pleaaanter, and .w !

.- / 7.7r .Spanish and French Olives, Cape'ts.and Sweet entrusted- to the care"'of the Principal.RUFDS continued. ,. ''f..,'.' '. perior<,tb any sold. It cures-. ; :
*/ Oil. KiSEWALL;Principal Repairing of all kinds executed with neatness vomiti ,'JIU.gittg; & ing'..d '
1. ; $ Carrie Powder Indian N. B. Pupils in. Town, will be expected 'toprovide :. and despatch, directly,opposite'the BILLIARD .tient:and is particularly adapted
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Soy an I
fV3 < p4 seats and desks.. chairs are recommen-. SALOON in'Biy Street: FALL AND 'WINTER ,

(v 4: */ perAnchovy, Shrimp, Bloater anA Cavier Pastes. ded. [Republican. copy.1] ;, BENJAMIN,; ,MILLS. The great' beauty 'superiority

4El.!':# RICH SAUCES of every 'variety imported, May. 19., 1949.. tt. JacksonvilleSept.8t21849.. ,6m saparilla over all other remedies I

; d.t ? 7 r.Vr>l -cash Beading, Harvey,J/jhnBull, Worcester, ; ;dicates disease it inv g i !
j: ; !
% Camp, &&, &&, &c. JACKSONVILLE HOTEL. ., &n .V'C: _, body!, consumption :

'- Preserved E/iglish Frr.'its, and Provisions. M SSRS. R.R., REID.& CO.-.havingleas- cleanse and strengthen,
-. Jellies Jams, Marmalades, and Preserved Jamaica ed the Wharf and the buildings attached, consumption can be t
.. 4,4'r-irt Ginger. JilllUL are now prepared .in ,connection ;with .their bronochitis, consumption,liver. .
'j' >u t #4' Real Gorgona Anchovies.Stoaghton taken lease DRY colds coughs catarrh
f wf1*' Bitter 3. THE the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. AND MISCELLANEOUS .ESTABLISHMENT Ltingobl\,soreness in the
.: i4 Syrups pfeverjy sort. WOOD respectfully solicit. continuation of to do a GENERAL COMMISSION' ,hectic flush, night s".eats
-* : : *. Liqueres of tb e choicest kinds: the extended patronagewhich has hitherto BUSINESS.. cult or profuse expectoration

? London Pickles, Chow Chow, Piccalili, Gherkins been bestowed upon this well known estab- Their charges are established- .by the Savan1: t and painintheside&c.
4ji-ii) m& Onions, &c., lishment. In order the better to merit it they nab rates. J .' ,
PAUL/DE VERE & CO'S flavoring extracts have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the They are. the Agents- of the U. S. Mail haTe and

PSfpi for Confectionary, Ice Creams, Jellies, &C. viz: building, and adopted many improvements to Steamers at this place, and are now enabled. I can be !
Lemor Mace Nutmeg Peach promote the health and comfort of their guests. to offer ev(rl./fllcility to the Merchant, Planter .. .c red. ,.
: Vanilla Celery Rose Orange Peel The old friends of the house will certainly and the Public generally. >. Probably ther* never was a
4it > Girder Clove. Almond Nectarine.&c. deem it an advantage that the table will be un- Goods consigned to their care will v be. received i been so successful in desperate cases
.s The above articles, and many others of the der the superintendence of an .experienced and forwardedwith ,despatch. i tion as! this;(.it cleanses. and

k'; '0' t,*U? h lf? ''choicest kind, are v imported from.the principal Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situa system and,app ars to.I heal the : :
; houses in England. For sale bwer than any they shall not be rivalled by auy Hotel in the ted convenient to the Wharf. lungs;and the pati gradually ; I

1$ house in the United'States, byGEGIWE South,.being now enabled bythe constant steam I Palatka, St.John's'River, E. P., January 13-- usual. health and strength.
RAPHAEL, communication with Savannah and Charlestonto 1849. -.J CURIOUS" CASE ;OF:
I KM 262 Pearl Street. U. S. Hotel, N.Y.R have the advantage of,the fine markets ofthose ..__ __ ly: : 'There is scarcely. a day passes
j : E .! ; Perfumery in every variety, Imported and Cities. In addition they.bring to the business -- a number of cases;'of Consumption '
fiV-' Domestic. an experience of many years, which will HOLMES :.&. CO. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's i

t ; pt. .s, '49. 4m enable them to judge better the means of attending MESSRS.I HOLMES & ,COT::have,removed The, following was recently received :
-I to the wants of those o visit the mild of ,Merchandize to the euilding >DJi.I'.TawlllSE! in.Dear'Sir: _
r.q 1ptI. ..,l Law Notice.- climate of Florida, for the purposes of healthk formerly occupied by the United States- three years I: have 'been afflicted

U1v.. JACSON'ILLE.Augus't 21., 1849. or ple3s re. as. the Government; Building. They; debility/and'nerv U8 c : 1
;-. ? ;fl HAVING' left, the State for California, I THE INCREASING reputation which the climate have added to,,their stock by the late arrivals stage,and did not expect to ever gain ]
; ; transferred my business tJ) Col. of Florida possesses in the estimation of from New York. a.full assortment of.Dry Goods at all. :After going througha; :

Mi ? Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with the medical faculty for the cure of consumption Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c.,-&.: cine under the care of some of the r.'p
'jrL t Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to and other pulmonary diseases, has induced a which! they are prepared'to sell at'reduced guished regular physicians and ;

Iii4'/i' .3Jl.1.1 ft close. vast increase of travel to this State, during..thfaU : p rics. Xt j_ ,. 3, ,_x Board'of Health:in .New.York .and
t (i' The Militia claims in my charge will be at- and winter months. of those who seek thefl; They are now prepared to purchase Cottons. and '8pendrngthemost, of my

tended by myself in connection with Co! relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,-and icks, and other produce of the country at the !tempting to,regain. my,health.and '
11ct Spencer, and Co!Charles E. Sherman, of Wash view of this fact, the subscribers have determined highest Market rates, and make cash advances 1 ing in some; paper of your Sars
-: ington,and every effort mode by us jointly to that their* exertions to merit the patronage. on consignments to their friends in Savannah] ved to try:it.i :Afterusing six ): : ;
-i prosecute them to a successful result. I.have which shall be bestowed?upon them shall be and Charleston, or jNewTorfc,' done me great"good, ,and called to : ;
.4 no authority to collect the money due on these without regard to toil or expense. They have a new article of 'Wrought Iron your office ;;with your advice I kept
clatras, as I have always preferred to have whatever BOFFINGTON'.& COX. I Pl ugh -to>which they-would respectfully most heartily thank you for your'
.j4j money may be appropriated placed in the Jacksonville, Oct.6, 1849. tf the attention of Planters severe in taking the Sarsaparilla;
t3 1-i hands of local paymaster, such as the parties IY'The Charleston Mercury and the Savannah | Jacksonville, Nov. 6,1846. tf able to attend td my usual labors:
-h' interested may select, after the act of their re- ,.Georgian' will please copy the above, four months, and I hope by the I I
1-: lief. GREGORY. YALE. until forbid. Adininiitralrix'' Notice andy ur Sarsaparilla to continue

:?.: August, 1S.t! tf QIX. MONTHS after date I sliall] ., ,present mj It helped me beyond the expectations
AdDlllli..ra&or'.N odee.SIX accounts and vouchers to the,'Hon.I/the knew,my case. ,CHARLES ,
.: % ,Ml Admiuitttrator'M Male.WILL months after date I shall present my accounts .T udg of Probate of Columbia.countv' for_ a n final _,- 'Orange,:Essex Co.N:J.,Aug.: ;
be sold at the late residence of Jas. and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of settlement and diChrgfrmth :administration i State of Nem Jersey, Essex County,

t i .i ', deceased, near Mandarin, on'Thursday Probate for Marion county, for ft final settlement of the Estate JohnC7. Smith,'lat-,of Quimby being duly :sworn according :

4!: ; ;, the fifteenth duy November, next,. and apply for a discharge as Administrator said. county, deceased. '', .. his oath saith'that the foregoing
:. .:'S all the perishable property belonging.the'Estate of the estate of SamuelE. Swilley, late of ELIZABETH,SMITH;.' true,according the best of his

(& t"# ,of ,said James James, .deceased,'consisting Lowndes county, Georgia, deceased. By A.Y.ALLEN,.Ag>t., 'belief.' .. CHAS. i
di1 ( of household and kitchen furniture,' farming WM. D. BRANCH, Adm'r.Marion June 16, f849. 6in Sworn and subscribed to before me

.chii 111V utensils, Rifle, Guns, Deer skinS Cow 'hides, Co., August 4, 1849. Gin the 2d gust:1847.. : CYRUS,
'ttt t\? Z several head of horses, 450 round mill logs, 35 Land for-'SaIe. ; 'Justice of the .,
k-11 :L j. c sided mill logs, 12 sticks of square timber,'cross Administratrix n FORSALE,between. nine and ten thou ro. i! -

.ut- axes &&, &. Terms made known- Notice. JtXLsand' acres of Land, situated in. Nassau t T.WO. 'CHILDREN. SA
-I. .the day of sale. months after date I shall present my accounts Nassau V'ryfewfamilies indeed-in : !
SIX County, partly near, and partly near St. .; ;
? THOMAS M. HAGAN, Adm'r, and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Mary's Rivers, being a portion j of the Waterman not)*heard ,of one-that, used.Drv '
: MARY ANN JAMES, ,Ad m'x. Probate of Columbia_ county,' for a final settlement Grant The above is heavily, timbered pine $Sarsaparilla: time lost any : !

1'f Jacksonville. Oct. 27,.1849.. -.' 2t and ask a discharge from the further administration land, conveniently situated upon watercourses, summer, while, those did.not !
of the estate of Samuel M.,Elliot, with the exception of about five hundred acres died.]:...The cerflficate.we publish ( : ) :

'j Jacksonville. Female Institute deceased,late of Columtacount-y. .of heavy hammock land upon"the/. Mary's 'elusive evideuceptits value,'and.;is )
4i .': rpu Committee of Direction have: adopted MARTHA W. FITCHETT, River.. The whole :orany'portWn will:'be sold instance of itsi saving the lives of ) :
A Administratrix of the Estate of 8. W. Elliot. '' "' .
44? : the following regulation heap for cash Apply to -- Xvwx&ixD-zDear'.SiT. : I had :i
.W4' ;e& The scholastic year is to consist of four terms July 211849._ (6m WILLIAM mCKMA& 'dren,cured by your Sarsaparilla'of !
g: j of eleven weeks each. Jacksonville March ; \
: ., ., 111849.tf complainttind :[dysentery., ;'one:;
_14i:: I Orthography,reading, writing and arithmetic Notice, h rnonthsold.aiicIthc.other- years.', : ; !
_( j(::2 .t per term, $4,00.The above .with ,English 'THESUBSCItIBER baa leased the : Curator's ftce. ,very Jnu, e1uced,andwe expected :
&! p grammar and Geography,'per term$ ,oo. The .:: House fornierly' ccupicd byMr.; Hitch on' NOTICE: is herebgWe a to all persons have die i/i.saey(; were g_veni upsloy:. W9.; ] : ::

frJF1! above with the higher branches of an. EnglisheducationembracingAlgebraGeometry.Historyt Bay 'uviwv,- (known as' Hart's'old' Botrding 'd mands'ag ihstthe Estate ,of physieians.f' When* ,the doctor U1form '
j .House,) and is now. prepared toacconiuixIate-. George's. Payne, late:: of Hillsborough county, we jmustUbse.themwor: : soled ;
natural, mental and mural\Philophyi Botany, any who may !(see fit to patronizehim;'and:'assures i deceased, requested: to present the same'to Sarsaparilla .we haa heard. '
: Jiv"j '*V Chemistry,Ueology;Astronomy,'Rhetoric,Logic them"'that'no pains will bVspared-.tp"en-:- i the undersigned without delay; and all'Crediti little.; confidence there being,so, \! : '

jI;(; -t and Evidences of Christianity term r$6,00 sure their comfort; A commodious is aVtached i tors, Legatees 4 and persons' eutItledtodisi.bution ; vertised$thatj/sjwprthless:. bat/"
; ;: ti Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer-in ad. ',to the establishment; 'anil every'atten' ure'1iereby.notified '.that all:'claims of I thankfujythat W"t diq i..r r.l .u doJlb ",
% vance. tion will be paid to the horses of Ihllse tr vel whatever mature *they may{beiwill: be'forever: '1 'this! lives oCbothTf lTriteh5s;; that.

-1' :. ; The scholars will bo under the careful in&traCe.tion lers.who may think-properto stop with him. | barred-unless they.shall be presented. *within ,beInduced] ,to,:us?_it":,- Yours r : :
:t of an'experienced Cern Ie teacher. : ;-', ::;,* ;, 4X"yiBRIGHTON, two years from the.date of the first:pubHcation1 i 1".1; >; -: $& *; 'ft 'fJ IUJ'.WlJ ; : :
ljA' ; Provision has :been.made for instruction inL hereof .
1 and
;;: all personindebted ,
acksenvilleE.FnDec.2-1848.. :> tf. .. the"estate: : !;Nytlveitie'Brpoklyn, Sept.15 i ;
c1( "in.,Frendh,Painting'and Drawing,'and ': ..:*for which additionnl.charges will,be maje.: 'Wolicc. f. accounts with I if :r* '..':. fcfy.". t&JOHN'pARLINGr;: .t I .p LVNATlp'ASYLUm. _. )
fit4 ;; ?The.fiwt term commences on.the 8th ofOct, : \ '-..' .. 1--" : j 7,i :Jamw Cummings'EsVo n e ftJl i :
-D tIM a .er next.w .- ALL persons' interested will hereby take notice .' f yCurator of.hePerion' !Estatei" 'in the LU't1 AisIJm-Bl kW : : : : I
--. c41 for admission that I,have. this day filed ? f : .gentleinihspbkerirof far tHe- '
Applications are to b* nude to ; my petition TampaFlo.Oct-13/1849 "t-t- A .,,* ;. : following : : ;
I -4 ie Committee of Direction. .' q. to the Honorable the Court of' Probate' for r -, ." ,1:'.._;. '. ,::1. ,:, r- .J 'j f :, .ttfJ' 'fiCt-'- 'BBEUM 1'JfT8M.-. \
&V : I tCOJOUTTEB'OF DlEEC-notf.; :Duval Countyjio f h Ve n1:doWer in the.estate ': -i--- Admini.lrlUor': Notice..aate .- ; '. :! This:ionlj one''otniora th ii f :
'L'I: ;'.a ';u/,' ,J. M. DANIEL.,:' ,of JamesJames,'deceased,'late of- said cbdri,'*I uiths ,.shall present miac.1' cases'fdf rheumaUffln.that*'Dr :T :
? 'tr'af "
pj; Dr.H D.HOLLAND,' :allotted, tA ;arid that I shall,- ,oiiMinthiyth: .: ':coa'"ritsnnd'yoac1i Administmtor f: 'in lirmrhiui''f....i The '.mosentirely t: :

________ ;. -1 ; : :' ;'. .,: A.M.REJID", j' tw nty.sixth'd: y-ofNoveiiilier nt,' t a t riii' th eEstote. :of.Ramon Sa hez, dece 8 d, t6 the: c i ft'.r..ft' ii l"i-" t
-.,' TRS&SUS.ZR.Ren : .- i ". r ofCour'then-tobe: ; held'ljt sa IdC rt'fo Honorable.Judge of Probate,of St. Johns coW trtIol4'UUAOUo", unue1t: "- ''; :
- T1t-. SWART,. ,'. ""Bn"order" allptting the same to me. -. ty i for a.final!,.settlement of saidsEsfcate./W '* :;cmu..tlt'zffirse' : : ;
hCkaonvilleJn1y749.. ', '> .-; "i : MRY-ANNJAMES,- f W at fe?lame time, PpJ11 bMtteri&fiiiiissfon'as :: -Di T w si' D.r'ir lI k\-
". :, Widow and 'Administratrix of Joss James :
decetk e' fie
: ; such'AdministratoVof terrIb1yfor nine i..\1 .rh
,Mew:-Dooksl New- Books 1 1TRecelTed : .: .' Jacksbnville/Oct:2rlS49., :. ,_ ::__ :!-. _z; --,.' 1'' '
-i and'forrsale: :iubscri-, 1 ., . .,. _, take notice- MAURIQE"SA1iCR'P." "' : 9'w Ork1I 1 1i ij
n ty:the ." 'd L" ". .. ',t .. :
- f.lVotlte tN' '. .t-rif'. ft'.tn! i m Jib81.e l
; ; -r--: -, : :- 'f, 'o4.. ft'dr'-'eo', 4. '-, .W.f .. .f'- 'n.um't D181t'atol'- ] 'tembll l1 l 1 ; :

T :R T Rj.Or',VULCAN'S:PKAK;, i.4',LL persona having demands against the es- f St.ugusineAuguzt18tb'49_ fti-TT L -Wiit four'bottl 'ofyouiSarsapri11asnd :
.4 Tali,f tk8-4C#4 by J; Fenniinare. Cooper. Lf ,'tale: of:James.James, ;decea8edj late'of -- y- --T -'- i cJ ftJftLiiJo ii&h Wa.Cl :
-: '. Price 30'centsTHE / Duval Cooutyl wlllpresent;,'thni, properly ;; ,. _, :**4i-::*r"ieBlBiwU C<,' .oftgoodI. i i icli tte 1 :
'au- Y.
'-: RAID OF GOMEJk 25 nti. thenticatedy i to hoindersipe&ro' payment ; ..fcTlLAllifo'dfiom: :; these :Ptst1i &1U 'j "reUeVea" .f"} Toff! re'tbsforb t'int. ,;

(j \ THE.FATAL-EftIio- ; withntwo-years4ron : the date,hereof, or their,, .thettmg:':. *& *j.Ttw'i* ;1u &l& ene fltcfU pajcted:_;* ; ; ; {:
I 1r.,the ounIt B1eSs i1 t '2)1centa.. claim. Villbeforeyer.barred'by.thegtatute.; : 'XXTJiER wr C:Ri!i ilp"'tl&t A'T6uiyrespectfuIly JAME5 '
1 i ) AwiftyULD+ *
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-TffEPRAUlZGUIflr : : THOMA M. HAG4N" : Jtff.4 me or.L, .tte1'. '
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1i >': :THE VIRGIN, OF THE SUN, "- 1 .. ,JacksonvIHe,,Oct.. _. ;:.!27_ 'Y'm 7'--:: :peZS9nL:interested-aro-:.h'er ftftuaw: -!gj: V':bendj' :1femaii; .:.f* : :

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