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 29, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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cQunt will.be made.gAjl hi.ierdOflUCU the matter and prayed. .Godh teiiiIht 8ornedemoeratje ouh* iauiecor XAO JOfKJa. J54T., Soon
must be pt1for the Boston papera of Tuesday Tnorning'we > !*Vfr-H-i'-'S'->"* I" wag
beabtt exculpate hirnself. Parker saidthat afterthe
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by a regtlaT customer. By referring find additionaVintelligence in referance to -theterible they trepe going to pursue theexamination[ ety1e It prsent the whole tOfloin ubiq e curtain that concealed this Jpr y**laa4; of flowW' -

oir terms,tbC reqte atm may be abCertfle& ..develppmentswhich JiaVe, seds atfthecollegeand* ;asked* ,Jiiin to,jtccomjrany. she1L $*-4 mattet.iz t and presentedBorida tioadiniripg gaze
.ndtransmitteawiththftwrtsemen. much excitement in that .city., The ;following them, .and he dd soT THe Vf5ceJR Trofess6r1! p othis country me'n you cameher w tE capas-

marked with the number Webster and the above named personsV'tben PK ., iff/of JTnlige ;linpX by iurrjusfie l and
irJj4ertiMment8t1 t summary from the Atlas (Is clear and. comprehensive ceededtQ the' :' anung
irfU becontioued until forbkl *'* 't( >* .* ea : *-* wlleg* buUding.'weretheyJarnv... 'P&ZCEGATONWa3h1ngton wotutaigbtth people' fthe urnnty to
oflnaeflS paired. : -:'* ed'about half past tea o'clockF.The .piecegT'of : l ; -z'- )' respect antt 4dmizur rea iemitiona even
i and charred for* "In the early parfof the month of November* the body found in the Vault in the %ftern6on,: 1849 m6re1erhapthaa they bad 7eTerI
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0 FiTe dollars wfflbe charged Dr. Qeo.?avkman called at PofW bstei's lecture were then brought up into the laboratory and I : rb1ayeiali 1 ?W1KUX4MK.ze'attn : # aCL Bhortly afterwards you became tho

menU ofcandidites for office. room, in the Medical College jNorth exposed to"view in Professor Webster's presence.AjaWibpneiiSomearti6 de!EtaOTnii |6one on ofe (JoTernieni Governor;of'the Territory.and'Superintendent

One square,for Sue Months. : *" uu Grove-street while the'Trcfessor was' "engagedin ; aljteeJth: fparticles Of r cality.(bas) rh gratitu le XU granit riV instance- of Indian Affairs, and in this portion ilso yott
Notice to Debtors ar4 Creditors, t : 7V_ delivering a lecture before the students and gold and silver,and spaie,buttons,,; foandby! ,tixe ;of3i S&Navylt; lejCaptain ze part of oa officajfe always nductedjoursell aato prpaibte the

Letters Administration 500TAtt he waited until the Jecture was over and the stu officers in'a *fu"rnacerased' jin'the' iab rat ry- deffc Behas'daio 'Carpen*; brttinferesM the country and'secure vhe affectlons
for save ,French Vessel
Application HeUen aske'd' .werej&qwn'jat; the same time/. /Anumberi..of, a ke nd'i
notices wilt be.inserted gratui dents had'allleft. ProfTebr ; Eugine,:whosVcrew'-a 'b"nlyJnilf.drowned.. r,' 6ttfidence.Jifthe 'iniiabitnts.-
religious ster for tho money due him and after:some conversation other persons were prescn Prof ssQr Web-I Allow.me to 'Ha.vgre4itly.fihI4'the omoOoernor

euTy.g3""All. be addressed in which.both, girties) were..ezeited'' ster'said"nbthing'pand Tiothlnig-was said5 to;him. : obserreMzalltepbiitefis la belle cuaracteristiquebf fofrhiany jearsyda' resign dj an'd; since then :
nation bich I
mut l have honnenKfo
communions Prof. Webster desired him to traitMntil the 23dof He vraSjJthen conducted.to
--AOCDSTOS C. CILLITT. POSt4P P* November; as all the tickets for the,lectures, the lecture room, used BO]ely by'him,fpjr;prepay !:tolerited; by his i Majk zatfsucBSjcotiductvilnotjbe,, our prbfessi Wlcvefound-you able
J'AU admissable personal communications wil engaged by the students, had not been paid for, ring mixtures to beus'edin triaking"experiment& 'dent of France. Instant Pies- and skillful.! V ue and Ju tief have' always
;: is'
be charged as advertisements. but would luau probability be by'that time.- at his lectures.,n ThisI room,'is>connected 'with zVbloody consequences will expect for found iln o V we lliHyd ie ttl'oppresBioa p

33 All bills for Job Printing, must be paid on the Dr.Parkman, it is stated, left the building a the laboratory by a staircase. ., Upon his; -cn- dleEtitsUnis rest'upou' ze GOTernment -' and wrong ati'Indignant and'jjcathing oppbnenL -

dolivery of the work.THOMAS. good deal excited. On Thursday afternoon, trance into this room Iw said;' tbisls where ,! f> I have de honnenrto bezedisjinguish&d,,. 'We bait seehf.tiie 'weei ,. thc! widowCttoflfl

Nov. 23,Dr. Parkman called at the residence of make examinations.7' 'ThIs, iaall-th remark consideratiori'yours ami thVblrph lobkto'yoo.witK -

Prof. Webster, in Cambridge, who being absent, he made while in the cojlcge.i Thxexamination G0 excellency's EEMfT yare obedient servants de cO'foprotecth aed we", bawewjnessed
left word with his wife that he wished to have having been concludeuVwasc6'nducied baI't. -; .the Karighty f I. oppressor lremtle benwut your re- '
DRAPER AND T Alt, OB. her husband call at his (Dr Parkman's) house his cell in the jaiL, % -y" -\ f ___ The Presidmt totheFec/j buke. In yourXierconrsewithnsjeu f have** ev-

next morning. On Friday mornin November The Police.were put in possession of the pprr, &be n' kind and 'courteous, neyer*availing

THE SUBCRIBER having determined to 24, the day after, about 9 o'clock, Prof. Web'ster tion of the college'building"occupied'by1 Professor ..- Tor the; French'armistef' yourself of your, superioif'learning*'and! expe-
his residence in ,
up permanent called at Dr. Parkuian's house, in Walnut- Webster, on Friday.afternoou,after.the discovery Your note'of the 1st inist ; rienceto take advantage f'thonnger: membersof -
thanks to his fellow citisens
returns street, and the Toctor.beiug out, he left word had been made, and they. engaged.in You can withdraw it or'cut aiBt3ck-is.tingentlemanly. !: the profeasiaa--always'-extending to

for the unexpected encourgement which has for him that he would pay him, if he would call searching the preimsesr that evening, Sit rday please '*" 'just as"you' them whatever assistance-ftnd advice they might

hitherto been bestowed upon him, and assures at hig'room at the College soon after I o'clock.Dr. and yesterday. 0n iturdayafyernoon; ,>officer I have the.honor to : +.,.- : su I -Thcaevirtue.andmauyother'which

them that in future he will spare no exertion Parkman, Prof.-Webster states, calleU at the Fuller discovered a tea chest* stowed away in a the utmost r'emainj.wuhj obedient feelings of we have not space to enumerate, nave,endeared

to merit a continuance of their patronage. Believing Medical College abouthalf past 1 o'clock, and nook inttie laboratory;' uhde'r"some shelves, respect your' seryariL, you to us all,and there is not alawyet io'FIorida -,

that his reputation has been well established was paid by him (Webster) $483 64, which .a- which.was found-to coptaih-A portion, of a[hu- ..z.TAYLO : who will nohedateaj of regret at your dopurture -

in St. Augustine and this place, an a superior mount was to take up two notes and cancel a manbody, comprising the)back.and rib; and ju i ; and sincerely rejoice-when';"he shall
cutter and maker he begs leave to represent % [Imperfect Translation j' .
between1 the ribs wastflofVthighV These hear of
Dr Parkman the two notes ere yourjprwperitylwhereTer.you 'may
mertgage gave up tflL1ePresi4ent- '
to all who might be disposed to favor but had not the mortgage with him. lie, however covered over,first with; ,tin, and;over that *asa WA5HmGTOBri'-Seps.- > ",- t.We3wi3hin a body:tey tender yoaour parting
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iiim with their custom, he is able to furnish layer mineral substances. lu the ch'est 1 1aleo : : ; 'respectsj and for this invite
said he, would go and cancel it. This was Vat "Cut purpose you to dine-
call Stick '
:-garments that of any kind be of a cut and in Savannah finish equal or transaction Prof. Webster says,took place at the found a large hunting k'mfeK Saturday.! J for_; zef.woo you, choDncr. ,?, _T'Mv,V' Do n ;im you.. me- :with us at' the1 WakulJa-- 'Hotel* 'ohr'Wdnndavnext.
to any can procured the Officers 15sc6vered.tricks what -r I s'u 2>J.b9 UW *? Tours
counter in his lecture room', and ihat Dr. Park-; morning < :<> French nation'her little timVandhav& truly.
Charleston. 'they considered frum tlie the seen enough 'THOMAS BALTZELL "SJTJ?STEP .
man left the room through the door near- the Jblood countcrin < rascal to make blood ,
Having taken the shop formerly occupied aa room '1 he brick floor ze freeze wiz terrible M.D.PAPY f T.J.'HEIR
main entrance to the buildiug.As lecture upon of the room, ,
the Post Office he is now ready.to execute with navy"officers ie"a;
several the stairs packofscainp ,' 1LiI1LTON. '
of b--W'GWYNN
early last week as Tuesday Prof.Webster'sapartments adjoining, upon leading ,
all orders that be entrusted and ze Government is not much better '
promptitude may iti the College were searched by the from thisroointothe.Liborutpryand upon the ? A3AXWEL.L, D. WALKER.. -
to him. All garments are THOMAS warranted ANDREU.to fit. Police in his presence, and nothing was then floor ofth labor rtory to (he water closet, down ation Renewing, I have ze zc honor assurance to remain'of.[ .big. which it is believed the portions'of the human your most
found clue to the Doctor's sudden '
furnishing : :
any bedieht servant -
Jacksonville, Nov. 10th 1849. 3t "G.: P. I' >ix '
disappearance. The suspicions, however, body.foundwere thrown: 1 $ jsx* -. ':., ---BOOTS.j STMtbs,Decemter,7th,4849.
seemed still to increase, that lr. Parkman had About 4"o'clock op Saturday{afternoon, or : The Presidentzo the '. : ., : ''To 'theHOK THOM s"BJri.TZFJuu5 Judge of the '
II. I). KENDKICK, the College and onerP'rattj'iri company'with-several gentlemen, frenck,Minister. I "'Middle Circuit ofFldiidaCiaidthtgcntkmen of
never quitted buildingsj as ; i "-'- ,
ATTORNEY there was one part of which had not been summoned as jurors, ;visited -the!college,und [EvidentIyirittenin' a ragel] | .the Bar i ...* + ;4j *1 *; "=: f

searched, which was the vault directly under severn reporters the pressereais?. admit To the' French WASHINGTON.- Sept, '[ ]Ge'ntlemen-rrrdid not..receive ,yourVlund;

ANDCouncelIOr neath Professor Webster's laboratory, the only ted. The Cbrbn proceeded totlie laboratory, 'Ministerf: |and flattering invitation to/dine.Jwith.yQa at
P-p-leaseg-go t toh f
at l aw"iTrflLL access to which was through aiwater closet iu where, upon some pieces boards, the partsof! French' Crapo > ;" 1, 'you' ;:'d-d.da the)Vakulla Hotel until !was on'the eve of saif p'

the laboratory, and as Dr. Henry J. Bigelow, the body which, had, been discovered were It will beseen, from -, ZiTjiiLpR f JingVor.Texasl It'would,l e n vainattempt to
practice in the several Courts of theY Professor of Surgery at Harvard 'University, placed, and they formeni tin''apiarane'' the; 'dcnce had rather'an this, that jcorrespon |'express io jou thefeciizzgs of; deepiregret-and

\ Eastern Circuit and iii the Counties of was desirous that all suspicions should be cleared whole frame, with the exception flfthe head, _- .... 'abrupt i.j-termination.. -_ s'bVrbw,1: exp'erie'nce in seTcrwgoursocia1 andprbfesaqnal

Hflklwrough and Benton of the Southern Cir- up. as far as it was in the power.those. haying left leg and feet. The' following, gentlemen Fuss at' Fires.: intercourse ,, Since ;Il, >ecanie a.

Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.-nov.17. Ephraim Little field, the person who has charge make trueandvdiligentginqury as.tonow;inl The jps'f"following article.-'> from"-*<' *the'' Chambers pest' kindness have been, extended.to me,

of, and whose family resides in a part of the by what means ?tho body.before them rcoine to burg. Valley. Spirit of last week w i is not, -' without_,. and the high characterfltbeproesshn throughout
ChARlES P. COOPER, building, to effect an entrance into the vault itsdeathJ's' -".. its'application elsewhere r1 s' '
without forcing the lock of the closet door Osmyn Brewsterlf, rcman. ; JohnL.; Andrews, '''Directions o'People'who the high qualities ithat'mar the courteouafgeutiemanrender -
ATTORNEY maketIe'mselves '
To explain how the entrance was effected to secretary ; Lewis Jones Thomas ltesticaux- Firei' gat'ei'titty these atteutions doubly dear to mean p
p '- Th' Msefuf att -The hea *
ANDConncellor this vault, we will state that the college is built'' Pearl Marttdifarum Murrzfl.PorLions' ? alarm like moment you 'Youepartiahtyha1. yer.stzated1 mywmeriix..
on <
scream a of *
- at I* aw.HWIXG upon walls which rest upon piles, andthatthe thu bodywere-tlicn ..vicw d by the; ; "panthersRdn !,-" .seryicesVan cannot:b.HCascTib( i the.flat.

tide ebbs and flows through apertures under the jury, and the .substance from.,the furnice farthest very way round except is right way for 'the' ;tenng encomiums.y ou liaVe)bestowed.upon.meto

resumed his profession will devote neath the basement floor, between the compartments examined and then pissed'6ver"t6 DrsJ Wiuslow, to the fire way X If3'Ou; always; the nearest way; 1 yohrwaand.geuereozbea ; The?:ties

cue/tmrety to practice,through- formed by the walls. One of these compartments Lewis and Martin Gay,surgeons,and Dr.Charles woodpile so* much"the happen better J to',run' on top of a' that bind me to Florida Riknbtb*severed.with

cat tke Eastern Circuit of Florida. forms what is termed the vault underneath Jackson.chemistfor niicrp copcia] and chemical keep a good 'view of the j you,,'can then-out sad'and rpaihfnl enotiona. ,Believe, me, I
'neighborhood.. Jf *
Jacksonville E.Fla, Nov. Itfth, 1849. Prof. Webster's laboratory. There is examination Three'rtowels'and "a 'roller," light breaks on Iew"break",J'for.it '. a shall long'cheriso the memory of the,happiness
your .immediately
a trap door to the compartment next to that used having spots of I'lood'aponCthein,;- whichlwerefundin -but be'sure'you: that has fallen to i my.."fr lot*. *.in' *this"" ,fairyland* 'andnotithebrilistan
by Prof. Webster, situated some 40 feet from the vault, were exhibited to the,Jury. bow-window. 'don't'jumpj a MA can ever destrojtheiziter.st .
SPENCER & RAKER, Ke'ep yelling all the time rand%
the water closet. Littlefield descended through The Jury, after which, made an examination of ; I thu8tfeel intb.e State
if can't make hideous t ; r -cr you night ; :
&ttontr: ?0 tJnckonyilIe Sato, this trap door on Friday, with a crow-bar, and the laboratory, the room;arid clo3etitt; *>rear of; :-kick all the'dogs enough your3elf or m the success of my fronds intlkttrcracefor
the the the lecture room, and the lecture room being y6u"'meiticrpsa.and,] set 'faiiie'nd. ''fortuneLT Yoursincere
Fla.TTTILL knocked an aperture in wall near water them toot 'TwUI iriencL/
yelling < -j ifcV V- '
A- _
th u&l Prof/WeK ,, xP. "ll'T\TTf(
about octock that apartments exclusively by
closet' and discovered four afternoon brace 'of eats _
,dragged tip' stairs the tail1would
by '
practice in the several Courts in the j ,portions of a human body, which had ster. In thoj Examiiuug lloom 'as Prof' 'Webster bea powe rlul'anxilikry.> -,lf at 1. F1IySe *jC. "" "4
f F Eastern Circuit of Florida in the U. been washed by the sea. These portions "were termed it, were. found some codfish hooks, this- had :lyou t p
; tempt howeyer yoa better keep 1 In Colts; th"erViive& aLaatVd
35 the the the arranged with pieces oTT lead in'the shape of. aneye'clanTcard County, a
District Court Northern District of Florida; pelvis, right thigh.and right leg.Littlefield WHen youreach!'the scene;'"of the Isaac DoJaHand hisVif whb ;
' Court
Tallahassee and
Supreme at
prose- fire do all
; you can wnyeri'itintp; a scene of believers in'the
;cute claims before Congress and the Departments x>f5ce and acquainted him with the fact, as a silver scabbard "which bad, been, found: in a destruction. prophecy' ythn1r4andnotd
drawer "of small 'table; The examinations of Teir'dpvnj'ti'efjMces'riirithe' for a moment"ttae oQfrect&ea of
Government we understand in the most excited manner a
at saying "
Washington. vicinity and don't omit '
shirt their
Ios.. McRoBERT BAKER. S. SPENCER.Jan. "I h".re found it,"and repeating those words the premises having been concludcd,'thev'Jury. too, so that yourgood'deeds earyqur.foUoworatber'accompanyouwhenyou'returzj -,-' active prophet's calculatioB 'they'sei' aboutma
649., ly' so often, :>.at Dr.'Bigelow took hold of him, and adjourned to, meet \yednesdiy-. next, at 10 preperatiphs'fojrlhe ,
homel. If that was to terminate the
o'clock for th of evidence. eststcnce tDf aU"sul
told him to be quiet that he acted like a crazy purpose hearing it*be >--
man. It may be well.to, state here ,tbif the:diesrc ft/ himney on firethrowsaltdown' itjprifjp'n.cain't'dq lunary]things Afteriayliog "set)heir''house
PHILIP FRAMER '- that,throw,salt on a rat'stale and in ''order. lthe""jfollowihg
ting attache to the collegers small.. conyeoatioh, took '
Dr. went to the Marshal's office room make him "- "
Bigelow City ran elfec'twUI "
up..The: be abVutrthesanie. phte:1: -" '
building i builtr Kgainst thb'wesl'end the main .:, t :iI'
that afternoon and informed Mr. Tukey of the .- Iflibthbe found -
impracticable a\few-f 'Husband delur
ANDeounitucn building and it.ii wholly distinct from Profl "wifej I.
discovery which had been made, who immediately -, bucketsful of water,judiciousl applied will answer made
every fortun-gw-
: atJACKSONVILLE TLatu Webster's apartments,* awide sentry way being have
with officers to the almosras welL
some proceeded college .
Perhaps the best
"' plaii' fprgiventill enemies im'd
between them- = rt <> -. '- ,; my raye4for the fosgivehess -
FLA., and found it so. Mr. Tukey then directions would belto jerk off the '
gave Yesterday, the officers, i n continuing their pumph'andle pound'down of all my" sins. and. I tiel pfecly
"VX7ILL attend to business for the arrest of Professor Webster and the chimneyDon't "- *
any professional search found pair of black ribbed forget to'yfair the calmandresigned:: '
a pantaloons
T ? entrusted him in the Courts of the officers it'haa k; .1 -' t- 1' ;
to Clapp; Etarkweatherf-and Spurr pro with the of Prof. Webster -writte timef a prodigious effect ini frightening Wife WeHHusbandi, BelnT l7jn y dor
Eastern Circuit and the Courts atTa1lahassee. ceeded to his residence in Cambridge in a carriage upon off the firel You might swear
Supreme a little too'if the sound of the .
,the lining a pair slippers used by him and a you trumpet. ;
r ?
He has also such advantageous for that purpose.. alighting from doit ''If r
Upon can scientifically
an saw belonging to him'upon which there ai* you belongt to :the Husband-l% rejoiced to 'bia it ;-bui,
connection with able at Washington the carriage a short distance from Professor ;uNorthernl Mamn"the >> to'
Lawyer marks of what is believed to be blood.1 The bottom FriendsHipj if tie dear wife.I haven doubt thert are many'little '
City will and Webster's residence the.officers found at the "Friendship'!damn the "Nbrthern : -
as ensure a prompt speedy of the slippers have the: of having and if ta '' we ,1ti.,.
collection of such claims as may be placed gateway a gentleman opening the gate to leave been used in treading nppearance: down tan.1'Dr..- neither, don't be partlal/bu damnffbothV The from eaclfother which naji'thej been known at-
io his hands against the United States. and Prof.,Webster standing in the doorway of louder the betterotcoeand'the .
Jackson it i reported has tested the spots'found 'more la the time of their occurrence? ..nujht'nayaiprodncedunpleasaht -
&pt. 8th 1 849. his house. The officers and .Professor went I j dies in the vicinity the '
ly the stairs and pronounced the stains to ,, greater the'1 necessity of feeling, tmi as we haye1but
Into his study, and Col. Clapp informed him have upon been caused by blood. t | -*:doing it brown." Should
CHARLES DEWAAL that the relatives were desirous that,a further The above'are all the facts we have been able smoke,get to work in good earnest, and;make freely to"each other."', y T ;- .
and more thorough examination should be made anyiman "smoke? thatinter'ruptstI. Ifit; is "Wife- Well,hbsbani '
to obtain in relation to this great mystery ,you are:;right.jtoereto
AUCT ION EEIL- of the college, and wished to have him present Professor AVebster, it.is stated has been in his summer,'-and Ihere are"'frait'-trees''tin the] .lot *some l&lg things that I!never told jbo,, and
JACKSONVILLE, E. F. at the time. Professor Webster put on bis boots cut them dow'n5'to preyentth'erfire"ronVrpas: ktJ.T.T'S k '_:JlJ. i-L-'uL' iLr-- .'.*.* -* rmy --- -

tfo-IJT SALES in any part of the County attended coat, and hat,and accompanied the .officers" ,out apartuleut while in at there the College has bolted during the the dooN paswceI4and on'the lug the apples. Doiitfor set. to yell ,Should Gbd, bnt'aiwlz'ive'butpnedayleft, I reckon f
tad respectully solicited. of the house without seeing his wife and took tthe stable be threatened '
i ihsiie, also,1--th'at; hhahd;: 'fires in places carry put 'the cows itrs right'tp'ma e aclenbreast to eachpUx.er.
Jacksonville, May, 1848AGENCY seat in the carriage with"them': A general where he has not '-been in.the" habz ;pf haying 'chai s. Never-nund the,horse he'll be' alive rm ready-odbegizz .1inthantL. V "
conversation took between the parties'In and *-and if his "w '
place kicking, legs'don't dof their uarid NaTdearVybtt
them ,It; is known];tbat lie"had'b n7ihQmQto duty5 beainj ,.
which the subject of Dr. Parkman's '..disappearance : let thempayfortherpast ittptisiothebog -. Ttf >t: w.l..r.i: -rLeays ,
hisfamfly ad the week'
evening; during
orDR. was but slightly ,touched upon,, and ,Lro-;just past paid/every ayiiit tp'the"llevrDr.\ Parkman f let them save their,own; baconj or smoke for it. b4n-No--4'on .knqw 'myoe.panl

S. S. FITCH'S fess Webster said the family must be. muchpained. & brother, of Dr: George Parkman, and"had'rt Whenthe'roof; begins to burn; ;get n :erow-bar husbandajiaye.the right to t MpTnamj their
In answer to a question whether he *- -i -- f andprytwytbestnetepor the ..wires.It is
if ybur"duty7 as .CirUtian
long conversation in'relatziit his puddendis; steps ; a woman
'CELEBRATED MEDICINE. had a receipt for the money, he said-that; he appeSrahce. 40hTrWay, 'th moVning' theCTening'on befof wood,procure an axe'and chop!them up.- to' obey your hnsbwidl'aridi the fattier 'of? "jour '
trusted Dr.Parkman's honor to have the, mortgage Next'cut'away, '
wjislarrel cia3j4z9ardLin .the basement children begin hWe.
Used ly him rcith distinguished success M the which he d he'cam e er'to '
cure of cancelled. He wished to have.the carriage the city ih'couipiny;with>fnendT witlTwhoui 'st6iyandithnt'don'ttopthe;) flames, let tho "- Yif.I lbs ghOGO4 i'r nn.' ii' rtglt :
at the house toll-gatherer who', saw .V 1. f 'chairboards cit the first floor-'share
stop : cimilar sbTH tell dear flusbahdjO'uEreldest !
he conveised us freelazui1 chetullj4iiidid. you, eon. *,.
Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh,; Dr.Parkman pass over the bdgeonFridayaf- '- The nighthovas,*p1acelinprison* he was fate.' Should vr 'the 1"s': : element37 still, vtiumjitnot cwz:. ;, .rr ; 4
Asthma ternoon :which wish was not granted.::;The car* pursue ] "HMb d i& t? I
Heart Diseases beter /Ma 'nCT
Dyspep- |n quite an excited stato of, mindand...'raved: ; ;
sia Gonorrhoea Piles I f iage was driven to Leverett street jail, through: somewhat j rh'e 'nowever-cled ,down Jn' .the] ascend to th second story &'itch out.the ed of your being untrue tome.. J thatspl, vt

'Female; "East'Cambridge, over CraigieV Bridge, and arrivedthere morning./>'lie:was seen by JDjr. Clarkjjth City, pitcher and tumble otitihe ttimbleh;anl z.f there '- Yite titr tears--Yea Ge1 ;forjye o, N ;ltd'jTery

Complaints, &c., &c.I about half-past seven, o'clpck.WhenProfcssor.WebFteTgOt .-; Physician, on Saturday; afternoon, whoia,hVreauestedtasee -- .be a Iiver', stable' true'I kn nanciai.SOriitii'an'vil'1iourIfell .
into the office he! but to aomebodvVat'tlifiTrtaVlnf ?
s ; Ti anditficrft -
ALSO ,. the Faculty in f relation td'the'regular .
asked: -"Wbatdoesthismean1!' "What:am 1 lecture .laugh fronithe. ystan3ers>>>:rnn th'efe anUeafeyum is no nelp'for irnow: : pmy

l>r. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder here for5' CoL Clapp replied that he-was ar-j w unable''to**'delivdi oi.TUsthLyYbiph.bhOu1d? cousequenceT* Sf. his arjrest. .. -- neaye powtet Jj;'nfl tt I

Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lee- rested on charge of having murdered Dr. George ., Testcrday he waa quite calra but"says 'timaJai ifybuJfind 3feby
tures on Consumption and the Parkman,at the Medical College itf North Grove -the second itryii1id f

street,on Friday;-'all'the reply irhich'hV inade nothing.V'x'. %4P &z&tf i& m ..t.J the;way, but let the Idttworkbasket. d *ii"carefntlyXh '

art of preserving Life,and, was: f Why is thIs. ,.."Wba is it for 1'! hei.skMt .t Then draw out the bureau drow- { ; I

Health, to: OlJ4e, have his friends, 'Iessi&Dexteriid: Thpjawbone an1 thet 'th t uibd.iu.ProWebster'ifurhac ers and emptyptheirconteatsJo tof Ihe btciw1Idw r '. 'S'J iCA

4c.! Presiott, sent foriiso that nis'fanuly wiuld Jbie informed hi beei iaentier Dr.cp eJin A ,I b.011 or daugkte' 'M p

"where he wwt heJ6ffic w H6weTeir, Dr.Pkman"84mnth .-

Ih Te been appointed. Agent/for the sate of persuaded him that it would b8 better tto-Mve ashort, whopperate4.ibe,previous upon to=his,disupe rue-. samo tiBie' pf 4 'roiUttendi.t.'th :

gi above Goods, and will keep.them constantoa -' the intelligence communicated in/the morning; Thejairibone'fits th mbufd taken at Ihetiine. mirror, Therfa: it bthi iithesjri1i

kind at my Drug store;la.: the Town of He was then TOmmittedjto.jair l'y' ; constable i nnr.tunui: orlr.ParIia: L'. .A claltnbd ifcl? t g rmeneinarneetln' buikth

& ,.Tampa Bay,Fhv Clappj'and officer Spiirr proceeded to:'the residence ) cI: iotmaderaiiydr1.od house and weotto.ti'e '

i Dr. t; Db' ROQ2R&DirecUons of S.D.-Parkef'esq CoMty"Attorney, ,4Y enclosed: inuleaden 4 cbffin prtjparatqry.to inerment "

and informed him oC what had been: dbne]>;alsd I : The ),pdy tfafiVserewl tabs jn/fhl1 itorj, Ijta13 thitigsj4thd OdkazY
r.tc1i' UtDg BOOLTO idVLLIDI notified CoronerPratt of the discorery made'attheCoHeger" | dethep6thing.a,crppIoforliIei setiaitraddl
ribs and'income'places'thronghii.t thtfcavlitoV' j ,
:; .
a.uj -
for promoting Healtbrand In- AboUt 10 'el ck.. MrParker: -"'-".. -:: '*-"i p V. > f t.fc rfs *? ?; ofyUhOtldia.ant .irry t down.caretu1yj '- 1zh'bMere vc. ':;J '" '. ''', -
Auctions to Mothers, id; the Management oE Coroner Pratt,-.Dr MartinOray! ;and MrKing; i ( bbCou4desE4ts4J4Gi37S ileL4 clotheson Aubr, -" :

." may be had, gratuitowly,- bycal- IyTISLted,;the;. office.tent Vf&ster 4as a4 so tisgecatoraibst you can 'beat thee

lag for it t 1ie store 3$ftb0T. seat for, by Mr.Parker, and returned answer tbaiiVG bus7 ocjdate4p1ugup .

T&Iuakble B o. :that 'wuunable to'coroe.. He.iin i,however eroif(Thi jrihs the t 4

TPaAugust25jS4. ,IyQCN8. itronght into the'office hdappwr>Dgr aiQt.ijomewaterwas explore the inithenIn i?$rtort1tinoubtain' 'By,' *hetImuyounilbae-atteiide4 toe.oeui tbename i( Mrndwe '

offered b imbut bViifused 'chain qfjJhe C ._, 'f'p

.-A- few ringle and double' barfetf dri rest'tae question... whether4here'esjsts'l$'p|
ST i.T > >i *5*'*41qoliy "? *
t fl I istelr,stating nndertwhat circumstances hehad a cit Tt JI'p, pie1th ccm1jnunicataojaha H ii louger needed 'and f course i i' '
-' ; an4Trftatnad'becn found and as ttahlisb '. horiff4r
I lx n'alTcsted? ): ,

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1'1 t.. !. ..JiI.-.jf1.e-.- .? -. ..T.-. -: .." cmucisD- : ._ 0' ? _: ":. '.. -=.,.;-. .s-' hiiisk dMj3aYeY' whether becoriespundenc oTtl'e In1 ahltanta ot tile 1l t ....
-1 -v !%J .argedxtheadoption -, .I' ...p--H. :/ .. -. -
;:9wl'n;:Georgia, warmly : 'v : ;= ; as th t 1t
f' t\ As thu..efidtn ;t "
; fn ; Jthe excited state of.feeUng'aVWisWngtdiS oftheesIutEon. ''lljyu, n.e3sary, : ,' i eiv;any. ; fRpr! a e inpleed. naemnsnito toFaenn.,
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,wVextract from the Nevr 1r"ahc *
E" t he said, to settle'these matte now. :We could which BHOWN had : himself to :: ; t $ *
r f.1:( .J 1 ,'*York Koreas,whose editor.is in,Congress, *do not act together:inlcss,they were settled.. We \! ; t 1 L! > -. 'J i 9fIyc7 ,Into U1ese '

"E il.' : :.;:,' '.'. ;tailed account.of!iheydoibgs. unvl.sayings of theVWg'cducus must und .d.1114 IeS and jeach other.,. :' : the., r.pJI r party. Bayley' rephe4tlathe need. 'not 1tat o !.ij \ .

j ; w o 2 : \ ,which nominated: Wiathrop as -Mr. Stephens,'of Georgia, pressed,the .adop- ... had not and Brown itself dandj)e t&I
,' :1 1'J..Hj. Speaker. Among those,six I'CCI.sD.Jlt.jWh.JgslofS; : tiftu-of the resolution, somethig like the, 'saine. : < 1f. t r ;].:;
'Zf .;: M rr i .."'. ',Nit Morton of"Virginia JL! I1Id-our
." ,f. "', ',gee which th 8unwlllingor.too tJt. was'time for hjm.to timid, quit;to meet Xparty the urged, for northern 'or'western Whig 'to,'be upjo.Biown- ,ond- *conversed: 'with. r,Him, .the Union,'"arefre,1korthn bet\ ; ..

r' ; pressing the Wilmbt'.Proviso .upon Congress..California .TheCircus.0ur ; :! '
tiva4. \ reasonable tenus[ foombs's.resolution. Thaithe : : upontvhich i. :the whole'aflair cameout I rb e "
about to constitution :
was ,
>: fellow ; b
cUizeh8isjill {pjBrcciv6
\ tM 1j : other southern Whigs .resisted the i-resolu- there and : ; of the south.hall submit.t0 ihuacDnstitutional '
them the
which necessity ;
:'V.? .!1 he huuJs'of',:the. f'ree-Stiilew. would save : ,the BroWa-statinghowever: that)lie. had re-
tion pItyeIinto: from AdvertisementrnanottI .
; !pare them from Infli bng,ujppin'the South any .., ,, ? ;>? i"r.-: r > -A- -- -*-> .encro hme .
i!; !.J.". 'and. mischief voted to for the Winlhrop ueuf,the: is.a South sou ce., ';ouo of.:serious,merits !uch mortification.: _,When this territory'was about ..umn,that they- 'are;shortly/lo*l? ;be favored. fused to:pledge'hinrself.,;.' Wilmot.thenTose eluded, from them .bylaw ;" ot. If-

'J.jII'i iJI :4 : jJ : the condemnation of their'constituency.1! ,A,correspondent -. ho pposed.tlie;to,Jbe acquired war'by in an common)unconstitutional with earlyall1Yig war.. t with'.a:yisitty' ; .the ,GrearGjrcus J=8i. b.-' ,.and stateJ.that. he had :distinctly 'thrown ropen to ihe-free: ingress o 'S thi

;t t ::. of,the Herald,gives.a\Ive'\81ol of, : party'nm; ng othe things,bc auseitmust lishments i ,:'of Messrs. SroNE & Me CotLtoM. -'r' understood, Mr.Brown; to pledge himself of the_North r j who have:.no !h r Ut 1
r14 14 .
their7motives. .
? : ; Jea to" the acquisition territory; in nidi OjiriTilEge than 'ii
.ft1r .t !\ -" : "You. are no,doubt aware, that Mr. Toombs which, if|slavery'were admitted or excluded. it .: They have been giving i entertain to place'a majority pfjfofi erh, 'men pudently Ihenistablish'and th-hi '{e,1rI.
II t4 11. ;t : r and Air.Stephens'"aw th -verymen; .who in a h'eforesaw tne'Commiiteis. np s, ,
n As '
& ; must jeopard -the peace' >of this .Uni in 'Middle I anil((West ::flo.r'ida.an: } on prop"-
l td the cabInet. Ic ment .., ,_ I legitimate
it. "tJ; great me&sure.-fr present. ; thevcrystaeotthing3, the inevitable I .1. :( -' -- by, .it,II'":_'.
g f was they.who stimulated by ')li-:Crittenden .; in 'higjh terms .of their announcement of his' eame'up Pont is "!, 1ul1'ell.-
&KS&3 ., : rwult'of war, now,.existed.: ;:.As to slavery'inthe report. ;speaks' ) sufficiently :pWn that ifti
:; selected i\1r.4Jbjton for-t>ecretary of State; It District of Coiumbia matter principle merits.: -- on.'the :House, like-a .thunderbolt. The, thisright under "ldtnYl
ml$ ,' I who selected Mr.'Coth'irn i, the'coDSthutiou
$ #J' was they er, Mr* Crawi to the South of the tUraosi. lII\Portance-all.ho th Y0
gwStfi: ? n : ;. ford and Mr.Prcsto'nu, They,are*theyery men: had.to sayj and'.he,said:-not ,this in threat;hut The Weather. ": :1( Southern Democrats who'had 'voted: forBrown be no necessity-a'la".to'estab,' IDcI:
>fg5 ; .. ; who imposed these"gentlemen on General: Taylor -' firm it. Mr.'Clay h _
in for if their :
soriwan4 .i information,4hat attempted : :expressed indignation at selr iudead
e&M $ !kp: l tad apparently withdrawing their!; confidence '; .and persisted lbylbem1?* .who.now had the .' During, the last,.week. .the weather. has ; .hat thesubjeotiaay.be by" 'ahO"clD'I

4wpc.M, ) I.t'J ? from ih6 very'creatures .of .their' tlste.. ,powers-thai qgH 1 ri majority: in this' ,actually Em oppressively r '\warm) :-the_ the trick in. the war psi laOgu e.-:- self-shows 'with 'ufefleft totIe;
tc"ic, 'A &i It i and fancy. This.and the fact that Mr,Billiard equal e1
I rnnn-tk Union"must and would betdlSsol'v Mr.. Burt of ,South :Carolina declared :tQh t.
r ; t. :is a disappointed J at fori,a foreign mission d. The Union could :not be.held together-" Mercury ranging as high as 72'degreesaUGoh tempt exclude the p ole-&l '8o

I" : ':f'C; ,give iwpIrtauce to their act, unless Mr.' it'was not in the power of its best friends in the and.621 in the mprning and'even* .*tkat-ad'he9wnd< the .'other Represent .the.territories,,or to protjtheir u& _
i1.t2. l' r Clayton brings therebels to their sense of duty. South held it if in the fives '
to. together- ffom'the _, Known of'this cori'epondenee slaves there-isaa
: i .As it is certain that Colonel ebb. will be rejected District Columbia was abolished by the action>ing. :.Our:numerous visitors from the fJ

i1t f:1. \ t. by the Senate, ''the Austrian mission7' of Congress. ,.Mr Stephens begged northern North arc somewhat .surprised n to -findX not-oneofthertithe 'was con fore,.wanton invasjoi,' of,,.thdr.:ria\t,-:rip '
;t : .. ( may yet serve a useful turn ; instead of secur-. their views. r t --- vinced would'have which they would ,be.
gentlemen p received unworthy
express a request to :to.
hi. i 'j hug allegiance ofa1ifilesisheefpaper, it ;> themselves complainingofithe heat in'December. lt
'Ii. Brooks"-or New York,' aid, as Mr. Stephens i ,they were not prepared and able
jt.l induce the adhesion living men and voieforthegentlemen from Indiana hwieekan's T to
by :
of Georgia asked for the expression of
f 11I.tr; that of the house?' : them. .Ii Mr. Clay is DGt sjhetell
means a Whig
I organization from northern gentlemen he should us
opinion insult" PftIr-
, ;' : .1 : When such "ultra"' Taylor men as Stephens,. have his* As to the abolition of slavery, in the' Yet'such nhe'cbarm-of theclimate ( an ed to enter Into acrusdefi.thj defence
! tilt' i" .;f Toombs, and Cabell, have lost confidence in the The Southern -Democrats hud been these Of
mere sectional
he had with colleague
1 1J:1; P. administration and refuse to vote for District of Columbia, Florida that'upo'n. every succeeding rights j butwiUraDv.!
1. Winthrop ; .
:. )8. .II'::rat 1 it is time for the whole South to resist his election of his, publicly expressed his of opinion New,York at a year the'crowdthateomes.for health or: dupedhy theTormer ;course. of Brown der constituiioa, and stand by the eoBfejTacyj

f.19 .11:., L to the bitter end. 'The from the large public dinnerinthe.cit.y when inthe 8th we are well content that
j following such ; ; Congress.He hadalwD.ysvoted'Dg he shall .
: that it was not'expedient to press any cr .pleasure 'doubled.. We 'understand; : do.
J' 1- '' ):: New York Express, will be foutd interesting-: : 1., as.we shaU meet-him at
: I- fort'nOw. Solar,on this point he agreed with i 18t.thVi Proviso PhUippi/whcala m
fJ\ ; r-; !st From,the New York Express (Wtdg.) :: the resolution for the time being;and as to theapplication ;I that every house Jacksonville Hvhich mot: find the South arrayed under the t

J {1 i& *? By the Southern mail last night, we received;.: ; of the Wilmot Proviso to California-; can afford accommodation is .lled.- and was-elected in-opposition to:a as himself, but with different O-q.er

( ., fitvl: \ following letter from our -correspondent,' 'he-could see no necessity for that now,inasmuch Free Soil. Whig.He considered tno
watchword beinz -h8 .... .
t1 "tr. But the-neighboring 'City of St. Augustine -not. TT.rnn L::
'. \ ,.4 1,'- giving the details of the exciting scenes at the sw California had .passed such a prohibition OJ ---- -*uvu -081'IB*
U ; 'i ;J ;ch Whig caucus on Saturday evening will be read,' slavery for herself. Jt was one thingjiowever; is not so thronged, and will well friend tothe -South to :be liberties-and privllegeawhich.it was uei

r\r-I I" .1: 4-I;,.t- we are sure with deep ID tCJ'est. We confess to'agree to this, but another thing altogetherto found among the ranks of the Northern: to secure to the States who formed; ii
; 7I t we do not exactly like the dissentient spirit our* pledge himself-or his party friends to a negative repay the visitor, who -would desire to "litz14.
c ofhisdetenainatwtthe
;: m ;.i r.tt southern friends thus manifest already. .It -that is to-say what they would',not do.- see the oldest town in the United States.: Democracy. And yet but for the votes 9

J ,;i' t. bodes no good to the North or to the South. If Maryland abolished .lu.very the gentleman '. Seddon, Bocock, Wallace and Holmeswe ntede C1a: .nlL I'II.CIq
Its Hotels and Houses :
from Georgia even would not objecttoits abolition Boarding are equal meaa to-say that 'he
ifjii:. 1: i!; Very iotportnut from Wmliiutglou. :: should its.rftenatioi.
.. -l in the District of Columbia. Why then to in Florida. Then there is now have a Speaker hostile as a pahUDount'obj to which
: any all fttiert
I / .The Caucus. Extraordinary ,
;4 .t { Congressional Wing ocrt
., pledge ourselves for all time to a negative? to
?j.I"1 : :1' c.'.l::.. motemeni:there.-Intense but suppressed ez"S' IThen,.as, to'Cn1ifornior.Ne' 1exico,-first, it Picolata and Pilatka and Enterprise, all slavery These'.gentlemen deservethe be made to'yield:and is'therefore prepay IIJ

; .. I..i'eitemtnt.&cus m of five tnwibers from theJi)4 all gratitude the whole South for adopt the Wilmot Proviso
,4- ..r.. Caucus. mIght not be-necessary' to legislate at ; next offet inducements to the traveller. i ) afldacquiescafiju,.
) : tp: J. flu-effort might be made there to enslave Indi their timely distrust Brow-n. I other encroachment' the rights f tie JS i
; k
: ofnhe New York Sandwich Islanders Mexican
; ; 2"1. Correspondence Express.] to make which its
I't., .t. WASHINGTON, December 2d. them work in thez: ines. To all thatspecies No Speaker Yet. We denounce these infamous 'bargains eneiniesin.iyhighhnded -cbAteapl&e.W 'er

'j l J" J .:!," The Whig delegation gathered in caucus. at of-islavery the whole country was opposed.' As yet the House remains unorga- with the Free Soilers by means or.tyrannical t1y. ,nay be,ame
( .. .the Why, then, require a pledge -from- the whig than endanger, for a'moment: the
1jlv Capitol on Saturday evening according to karaonj
r.r.'i I
ized. The Savannah contains of which ,the
h members Congress who might even be in Georgian Legislature is
'" ; given over duration '
of the
M ,r previous notice; and all Whigs proper, or Whigsguasi Union. He either,meJns
''L& ( ; thit
:,Ii.h 4'l :1.. ....t'.. ,!.t. '. then in the city were there. A Calm 1 collected I- the prohibiting minority any, that sort they of slavery would not.pass any law a telegraphic-despatch Washing- to the hands of a faction of six or eight or he means nothing f while"'.otherwise,iiiia.
and unanimous
)4rc.. ; f ; .).!": -expected, as from a band rzpression of brothers feeling assembling was Mr. Clingmaii of North Carolina was favor- ion giving the last vote on the 17th inst. individuals. We denounce the trickster sertion'that, the question is One that ." etUes

fff il ." ;. tfor a common purpose, to present a common 1 able to the resolution, andshouldvote fot it if which resulted as follows%V I THROP' who for his owntempor ry exaltation itself," might well excite a doubt,as to eie
t : pressed so to do but he its introduction
frtK,' } .I front against a common enemy: but, much to ; sanity: (his mind as it 'is
67-BoYD 67 HUGH WHITE 16 would sell ; unhappily faitofe
jft'-1.1 t 'tt. .;::: the amazement of all saveto those in the secret, here, and hoped MrToombs would withdraw ,- -PORTER the.South to her deadliest r certain that it can be
now only
It.Ir. settled
me LLVJ.&. \ V'JULUO. of Ueorgia, struck a note, 13,-MOREHEAD-.,-J. STEPHENS foe The character of ,Mr.,WIN Ij I
: Toombs said he had well considered this fejxrful Itat1dn'of.the
d-hllt.6tart.led attention of all-such as might ? arrayed,Parties,ind I

.V ,. have been expected from a Mr. Giddings, or a whole matter, and under no circumstance 6-STROKG. THROP we-can.*" respect" -.for he- .is. .an open.. I final'yielding of one or the other;or a'dissolfc

.. .. .., JUr Palfey, orsome such fanatics, but never met should fairly he and withdraw manfully.: it. He hoped to see it We have denounced Mr. Winthrop, enemy,-but"the conduct of-Mr.- f BROWN tion of the Union. la another report of his

': from a as southern follows Whig.! The caucus was organized Mr. Ashmun.of Masschusetts. rcmarkedthat the Whig caucus candidate, as an ene- forces us despise him u's'a treacherous which appears in the'Pennsylvania Zfr

: 4.. #' On motion of the Hon. Me. Schenck, Ohio, though he was in favor-ofthc 'Wilmot Proviso, my id the South,:.-and we should be friend. We want with quirer,'he is Represented assaying"that C"thm
the Hon.Charles S.Morehead of and abolishing slavery wherever it could be was an m/ne essary' "
Kentucky$ agitation "ofc "the
I failing inour dutydid the free soilers jobject,
we not
electcd chudrmiro; and on motion of the Hon. Mr.. constitutionally abolished yet he was not for express ,-we desire no Sacrifice'of and that contrasted with therd

i1' White of New ifork, the Hon. James Brooks, of making any suc'h thing a test for.the national impartially i ou-r detestation( ,of the con-''', principle for the sake .ofpower.. Union-the rrazjog f th II
J soon as this orgunizatiou: took place, and a thing had been attempted at the Springfield duct of a Democratic -candidate which The Democrats'of House should hold Under'-circumstances he /.\taM fy-ite

5 after a ehost preliminary address, setting forth I, and Convention others ,bad he In common with' Mr. Winthrop was accidentally -developed} : -ata: moment aloof I from this "band -of guerillas who Union" :How, we ask,,is theU, .iontf> %fif .

i .andtkat rthat-he had ns*well matter considered of duty,what he could he was not about avoidit new interpolation, successfully the Whig resisted creed.any such when theHousewasabouc to be S are'only'of-consequence. because tmag- served,, if J&, n'members perish kfc'w'ts ttHl/

{ and would not withdraw it, Mr. Toombs, of Mr: Schenck remarked that he would as toon saddled with Free.Soil Committees.We .- ined so. ':. subsist, therightB aadiilbetties f aeporfifla
vote against the converse of this proposition as, of tbe-Stateij to be'tired .
Georgia offered the following resolution. are .frtm them, and
refer Mrv WILLIAM ,
J. '
-- to BROWN of '
against.this The.whole subject was : I
? Resolred That ;
f Congress ought not to ,passany ." trampled uphtheethjan&. the'coastitulieaconremptrfously
.'U law prohibiting slavery in the Territories his opinion, and ought not to be introduced Indiana.. [COMMUNICATED!] anti -eafVa'
:M inL Whigoucus. set __ __fr. as a nu.
-- --
a of California .u
or New Mexico: aor any law abol Un the 10th inst. Mr BROWN Ma. EDITOR:-We'have'read with tixfe :
t.t'.: ishing slavery in the District of Columbia. Mr. Conrad begged Mr Stanley to withdrawhis receiv3 fliuchmt"prise ty'1 the kindf tftrion wllch Mr. Cfa/

i .i' It N-e ttoooertad the secretary read this resolution motion lay upon the: table, which he did, votes. On the evening of the same' ,the late speech Mr..Clay. at Baltimore, is standing by art'all'hd-rds Such is''tie

c than DIE intense excitement aroused when he substituted foit a motion to postpone. of which a report is given in the-National In- BOftsense-which
was ; day it that tie had 'even. a-great man will talk
amid of appears an interview ,
cries "question0 -
? 1'v but it did not itself in action ThiSj "question, was t of
express or in violent lligenc i the first.of the month.It evinces When like giaat :
lit ? words but a discussion ensued, and as 1 un-j carried, nearly the whole caucus rising for the with Mr. WILMOT, who promised either "bobbing for whiiies"-bi'ii
S. postponement and only eight in the negative- ; ; commencing decay-senHRyof; in courting the applause and to
derstand, the-calmest and coolest in taking seeking secure Ai I
manner -
_. ; i three being Mr. Hilli-. him the free soil votes provided hewould this great man '
gentlemen from era :
& all.things into consideration, ever known Georgia, disregardof; honor and, support and fovbr of the multitude. The
: under such circumstances. The Whigs were ard, of Alabama, and four others whose names give them/air committees. To this Mr interest.of t1 el lave- li4ingStaies.ofwhich he pit of the'Solath.will be the last either stealtki pe
I have ,
ic :; r; I; t -not yrkat at first he meant certain-what what Mr.was Toombs intended was by aster him When not this'vote yet been was able announced.to ascertain.3Ir. Toombs, .' Brown assented, and'what.. was his understanding -' that has hitherto been so stera and. firm a deader; ly:to unclose, or forcibly sever that sacred ana

and his associates: but it soon became manifest of Georgia,'ar se and lift,tIle room,and milk four' of the term/air will'subsequently cannot but' impair s repute both as a enchanted girdle, by which the" States, few

that unless the caucus took in this us its own other gentlemen, who were subsequently followedby Wilmot > Statesman and atrtre and incorruptible.son of hitherto been so happily held .together like*

___--9gi .firebrand and adopted it as its own,Mr, Toombs Mr.Hilliard, of Alabama, who said he left to : appear. immediately the South. The foUewing are the of group of fair sisters
&I' avoid representation but that he should take gracefully leaning on each
& Co. would take up their beds and walk. i addressed Brown the following note. the speech.to.wtucV '
w 4 Mr. Stanly of North Carolina,was the first to pleasure in voting' for Mr. Winthrop for speak-I DECEMBER w aHudei-"In. my opinion other, on the lofty,and firm Pedestal of the V*

r 1 ; !start in opposition;for,as a southern man as.he.. cr. DEAR SIR: In the conversation which 10. 1849.I had botfyParties are praJcticaWy, : wrong iiri as nion. ,On the contrary they will be the first;to

; :. : i well said, there could be no doubt what ,he I with you this evening, you werefree to say.that much as the question settles itself! Slavery : arresi the profane hands_ ,now extended to rend

: 4 ?4 thought on these subjects; but this was no place,! SUCCINCT AND CoN LUSIVE.-The Buffalo.Courier if elected Speaker of the House of Representatives 'Can'never exist in the*territories. The cIim ... and.to;desecrate it--end will trust
; is responsible V *" .yet we sncr
for their for the 1 ,
discussion-this time and he I following: !
was no -
the soil
r would constitute the ; and
_ you Committees-en. thcjfcdustrial pursuits of,the peO ceedin
.( therefore moved to lay tie resolution upou the A called DUSSl1n"? in business at Milwaukle,1 preservitagit. frorath-e aAha owed toad
: 1y.: % : table. who had lct" his affairs in the hands part- Territories, the Judiciary. and the District of. pIe, forbid it., /* '*. Let. the storm come of the abolitionists, the traitors and the' *
Columbia in tha :
c a manner. should be satisfac- negro
I The motion was seconded fey several gentle- ncr while he, should ,take a short trip to the when it will, I.shall be prepared to meet it and '
East tory myself and the friends with whom I ; stealefspf.the North j- ]*Ji<>, With sack nnpaml-
I met 'but before the taken recently telegraphed back from Detroit in stand -
; "
was a great many have had th ogtheCtfifederqcy.
_ I- : .honor to act., .1 have communicated This last sentence led
I ; speeches were made.,. ,What the .speeches words following, to wit affroatery,,set themselves up as: the eida
''Flow this to my friends; and if in reply to this elicited, 'no doubt, the applause .for- which it :' '
c is sive friends
were and things the IT'
: even wko were the speakers, I am unable going"The note them the humanity freedom, and
,can .give
you same forms \
-W t- to say with any :accuracy, but as rumor or reply ho received. was : will give you a cheerful and cordial assurancethey so stale a lure-so' cheap .and boyish a n oD. :STATOR..
- ,,t : 'them and the. "Things is'workinVThis sup- clap-trap-and ,is '
a. repetition announces ; city, is I port.. t a part of the,address,"which
: Li 'full of both, all 'tongues ,being busy in the was sat.isfact But when he returned no Southern .. .
) Respectfully mans and we should think
r c matter, and all attention being directed to the to Milwaukie the unfortunate man found that yours, ,iiq..true New- York Election
subject. \ his'partner had sold.oat the stock, appropriated D.WILMOT.HON. friend :of the speaker, .can read,without WM.J.BROWN.
The first northern'man .who.had, any thing the: proceeds and runaway with the unfortunate feeling of pity and mortification- -pity for in New York ?"previous to,the late election, at

_ _,fl. -:. I. to siy was the lion ,,:1t. Duer, of :New ).iovk..t ;- man's wife. Things had worked. Towbicknote Mr.Brown returned the fol the paltry ambition_ displays, cf calling forth which resolutions were passed announcing that

.. '3' He was smrprised to find here an effort to found lowing answer. the .transient huzzas determinAtion'to use their. best effortsib
,I &' a party upon an excl iive'1I1o.Yery test when the IMPROVING THE ,PSALMODY. ,. .-. .,',' mob---and.. -d.mortitt Democratic ticket After the ejec tti tie
% .. -A down east WASHINGTON_ ,Cmc, Dec. lei, S49. .cation t 'at the
; 4 p Whig party iu.the, .N nih.had ,disclaimed any chorister.set some musical his own.to Watt's' DFAK SIR,: In answer.to yours of.this date,, I unjust{and egotistical insinuation Washington. Union' remarked upon the resultas
F' such test, and repeatedly.declared that it considered psalm in which, ..occur.these. lines: will state that, should I, be elected..Speaker, ,of which; it cOnveysthjthe, champions of',the. follows:. "It is no new thing for.the Whigs

it a national, not a sectional party and I "O let ray heart in tune be'found- the House of Representatives, 1:will,Constitute .South. .-the :gallant,-leaders. under. 'whom It'is and negroes in the free >te9 to rote together
Ii '
were unwilling to found' party on such,Ute jest Like David's Harp of solemn sound." the.Committees oatho District'of Columbia on now; battling" for:its '''" ,' at elections. It was done in the late elections
right and
14r4 ;3 It'was well kn.. that the I constitutional in he result the I
n .iVtigsAiffered.ox .Territories, ,and on the Judiciary in ,sijch mann .Ne.w\York-and; | in. Statiflea
the'subject'of Calling on his p'nstorj:who had more music in privileges-are animated by less patriotism and depended .
slavery, as they lid e thenegro'rote :
shall be upon .-
upon many t.as satisfactory to i
luna than yourself and
youwouldthixik. the ch your fttta'h... ._ .. __ . _
other things tQ which Hste'tsk d TOCO TT ? -- vote haa
as 1200 1500
i, tbejbadziot; agreed his approbation a friends.. I: ;am'a representative, from,a 'free ------.v ,ioU_wio U WODj man Himself.- gro amounting to, .or giventhe'state
_. I v to act together, and as a national party they,did which would render them new version of th 8e'liBes. State. ).and have always been opposed: to,the ex Still wO 8eis'thecharge: .openlymade in to the WbjgsittheyhaYgO,' it.,
l 4 not expect to coerce individuals to think! alike more,readily adapted, tension'oC slavery and believe that .a previous :The National.Era JF( re -eofl) says upon the
to the the
''ti t on"such. exciting questions. I read them music he had proposed.1.f He' suggested to, ; Government should be':relieved from. :;t111 federal. sentence,. ,: that.the..South jaejuaZ/j,nroitg: above: "The 'colored'people'have voted wita
w as follows "' .responsibility with
-_ Mr. Conrid,of Louisiana, and Mr.Breck, of I ;' ) of slavery 1 'where they,have the ,the :North \n:the quarrel.forced upon i;-- theYbIinNevTorkfld1n! Rhode/Island

_ Kentucky opposed the resolutwn..They agreedwith "O'lit my heart b'c) Iuneciwlthin- power'to aboIihit.! .''.. constitutional hy the latter;;which;was begun.without -- because,they believed' Whigs favorable to'their
; word of it bat.it not Like David's'sacred violin.TU .?/ r *"' prpvocation right(sand knew thaL the.Democrats bid
4.t every ;) was necessary '. .I am yours,'truly t ,''and I has been' continued'with a'bitter- 1 ,
: : to compel every body to agree with.thein. especially good pastor had some internal tendencies: : ; ,if -I; -.W.J.BttbWN., 'opPosed:the extension to them' of the. rights of
_ 11it upon matters that might uerercbine. up to 1.laugh('in the singing i ,iman'si face, but 'maintiiihed -- : H&DAvmWIUIOT..', i .- ness, and aggressive spirit, that u ,:the:case :o1 suffrage.'!; .
'forlegwlation; When.,they.did ,. his : a foreign enemy would long inc ended We are cot surprised that Messers. Toombs
come up, ,then U :gravity as well as he could, he said he: : : -have: :;
it was time resolve;; but before, we agrt-ed' ; thought coi44irnprovethe improved version, 'The.bargamn, was ,thus complete.Brpwn .-..- iu,war.. :It is any.proof. that the So\ithi3\ .:equally : Stephensan&Owen find it time to split from
upon a Speaker and, other 'officers, .and when admirable as itwas;, The;delighted chorister:' ; prbmjses'to: 'constitutetW, comimiit'eesjtn' such a party. Such"'acoa11tionshoudo the
( [ the"
w : nrongvith: North;thafit.has borne from.
e tnly assembled to elect hirii 1 it Wti$: no time: bfiggejl 1 him to d0Ioandthqpastcj "'his' eyes of other Whigsilopha. South. ;-Moietta
to.lay out. a chartorttcgisjaaon.l 4t'.was .suffi-!:

CCAL that to try and_agree.atler it 'was;,found. .1ir It u'IshlonedhesellDes; ,' : .' ; to Wilmot. >and. his free: soil ions:that would long since,have'been'ayengedin'bipod 't .

\ t there was n.disagreement' : .,,.an'd iUen a'."neces-. .I :fph) jet,toyi heart'go-diddle! diddle, jiip.! jThe-; "" : ,but 'or. J t(1t uariter:.fromwnichthey "EDiTO tUt' 'o'v$ w""Bo Ton &If any of

-- .jTtfltnL1 1\.1..- 1'"1:44A"6 _. .. .,Like uncle David's sacred'fidrli A':"- 1 WA".M. ; .L ":;. ,"'"''. '..__ 1..2 IL:. our New Y Oft.contemporaries' m'ca1led.upon
-1 VIAlaO:1U1R' : was the first "'The" after Tni.; converaation and n.":; :: UUUU, JLUf. U I.I I.\ b1 a person from thIaciwbo es emp lo .
7 *tpeikiugho seconded' the 'views of Mr. ,his i poor lender !> ;attempt"to' de1feiid -' correspondencewittiiWilraot which:.they:1 carne. ..-No,one. knows,better than menu ; '/'and :who .resembles a cer

p Wilmot Tooznb&Pmviso l( !. --;agie.: ;: .* e 1 -o k-'* tbauhe the future parody sing the, retired and' it:ill.probably" for. ; ;were howevekept; ] a ':pro.: Mrv Clay;that tfce South has.been'forced, by a sal -water. fish called'.the:'fica/pw.' they will
psalm ns stands. -
ILQ l &!td thatTeryml itwas.not wa'I1"VhIpoiicj'w$rt.of the,l Whig 1i cre'd, V... f-' "'_" ...' .V._ '<" '" foun4.1secret. 'On' .the:;1ZthByow'voternupto1O9 ;: 8, just, .regard:'for its'iights(and ,dignity;las.well. pleas.-bfre-b1th as hels u twaitedkAaciRostpiWekMuUi&as .*
'sL& -
I _>.DlStr..v.w. r tvWiuu1iia) ,Why 1not:.sav, Spots a?'!:/Mj&m. everal clusters'of spots,: : :: and_ :phHhe f : !12th! 4o, .asCto''...r-----1doest1fsaety-t f fit -" ,"a3xnfr- .." .'theposition. .flJf any of our New.York; ;:contemporaries(de-
are visible,:
___ .r. ; t t\ozit1 M.\ nna'start ji CaUCusltb.8a.deciara. ; .. -! v We now know of sevewrsonstin:on the sun near:whom.his centre.1,- 11% ':' }yp m ora i t.W buM J tz liaye; elctgj' : :has done:onj te siavery f question'position,' a4nledit6j'/wttOxisac-: ass, they will
: :: : I ..' ::spots lare, altogether defensive 'and pleas4: employ the donkey of the Museum ss he
: visible fiim. ; )she has taken' :
s "H
re'cehedthevotes j
____ __ Erans Otherg, or Mary ntltmen land followed,,who,was; muobg I-, :'thenV)fr, trod| than near:otherwise thefrcentres.: "'; 3.7Thy(.J .,:,are/Vather/: :!' -,, ;.- -; (c '-, ; 'of:'all C ..- .'the,!.";4 .'witht"the rduciwic. ':'aiib! wii tEe'soiae feelinz: is:not,wanted ao'this'e ctpb' "',* his creditEitatiaHeiaia '
J South :> '
aip.o.( e uiemocrats 'Vtf-i t-- T''Jr'J -7"y '* M'i J4Hi& ?
I reaolutions,'bat opposed to ani, 1t iopppn e. ;} "i; '; :. :ekceptinj tb oTSeddon :withwbha. ; : brother'raises. hit hand.- izx.warr. .
,Lit t ..A jTragjiias ; : ; i-'J J. W /-"*-'- *? S.---' in.- -" .
said that y "-r;
.1'there TOTOncuonnntoemglenatliberty,: awl r.1Iker, otIllinois', .uio pp d joould: .come.butoftheirgfayerand truthfully i.tL'>ead Q ie"the,'meh Injscriptiohai -: iWallice. an&Bocbck,'c:' : 'of :Viginia. ..,..[ and" .J. if ainst I.ai': rothe jbo.r.blindly-'seals> !. ..;e'8Dililtm '1I -- "vT1 8; :emben re-f;

..totbto on their ini HblmesofSoUtfi{ !" ;hmjuadly! 8 eb 4 1ttMr it1i ofSoatl*
VWier for such .a resolution.. itterfn the tmbstones would think J. '.' r- --L i) : ;jthe :twbVHduses, of .tHe'Iiegislafure \
: :-
CJoQcu'or ui the H"i' :. / *} ,- tKeyl .d got into[the wrq #" ', .*","" '" Five free-eumlerevoteti lftofin h.' .'. \ :: flezcusabjeuninirness ."(for lie ,cannotbejg.; ,.Carolina,met in joint caucus anjtecflithe

Mr..Ring i"V--of New:Jer*y, n80rrSS:: 4.FP-1 r .f [!. -H.aA&.j"1'Ue wh' She' '_'" bt'iVr_'. "heii'i.'' '- L, ;: 1.Ji. f!1d i- y: ft- ;iiYi ; ij ;ib iilt '. nlbi 1 r ii t .i t! .-q.' _tlO. (":.Wh. ot.th foUowing gentlemen' -
e 1W,to tepassageofthee.oJ iwi4vr ,,. i 1 1. ho d bu 1" (' ; i .: JJ 4"i "'" .. Lly -- .' !.talte.ilafge; ,Hon..tangdon Chevec' Hoa\FEInioreV
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Traulatedfor? the Baltimore American. InHian"Kifer,on'the 9beri asicf H-Circuit- .x,_ -.of'Florida- .5. -, ;> 'of" .;.,.rL., ., .orv.' :..<-.u"U, !,', rt : .J

FRANCE. of Diseaseof' tho Lungs,.F.'N.!, "t1RiUQl ,.f ,-. .'<.1',00-: .,.I.tClaftllCel"t.'i.. ., .. : ;: ..1. 9.
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at the time attached to the Ujter's :Qti rt s BULZUTU "%- '. ",. i TIEYIATHAN" ESTAEB
of the convictions before the ; ; .. ..: V LSBM ENI
In consequence ; : iT: :. : ., '- ,. '
Department, andformerlySheriff: the ; ,1J.Utor.Dn I .
seats in the Legislative ., ..
court oCVerssiUes twenty ;. :.to' :' z re : "
high; haw become&. On the county of'St.Lucie.'. BlL -B M1TH.: :/ + -l -' -,. __,.J -. .
Assembly -
of Versailles pronouncedeatancexzr {1 T( APPEARING to1tlijsatjsf'actj6n'f the _
court -
15th the high :' 1P
for transportation for. PERIOD cAIr1mADACHE. 1.Court.Affidavit: made Hn this cuueithn.\ .S

contumacy Rollin and thirty-three Bother so'common in nncleared d marshy countries' Edii'Bmilhth ".'DefendUwL"t sid s/.oU\roC the : vEsrEMkc/Rcujr1%
life on Ledro Tic'Douloureux,'that tfpsttiainful: tate.of Ftoridoj; -
in the June insurrection.It raffectidn:ot ? fandflntne .State ofGeo'rgiaiM ; .
implicated r _____ J I -
persons the nerverof theTace 'bReD' :h9oti6nofcotnplamuantSdidt __.j L
also ordered that the'sentence should ,are :only, attakso& r,'ltii # ,, '
It within three days following be placed by the ague in rtJ fo-proceeding fn5m thelB"une DOZE j That the said.Eda Suu h,"GO appear:and'answer.
ions influence.. Jaundice : the Bin of Complaintfiled in '
the Pillory at Paris, but 'DyspeysiaatidDiar. ,this Court.withiu.
common executioner on refuses to allow the latter ahe'ajare frequent1'but4disuised 'forms. :of In- four months, or th''& d- ::will be taken*for'

President of the Bonaparte sentence to be carried into effect. termittant fever., :Even Rheumatism, :Epilepsy confessed,provided a copy of this order:be pub.

part condemnel prisoners at Versailles have ,'often result from the samg miasinal cause. lished in soz cNeWspaperfu' the Eastern Circuitof ,

addressee The their counsel a letter dated from the For such Dr. Osgood's IndiafOholagogue! is ann I Florida, 'buce'a: 'week .tor. the t1 space( :.Tourtnnntlia

.u.n__ t.... .'.. Tka 1.Unrig .coin.rmht-- ,TNr' -stMhnlrnt- .. H'A f nf.. ., .
01 verouuw ---- "'h ----- -- --- -- .vv" V& '
prison all the condemned. Eleven of the these affections it applies witlrequal certaintyas THO. DOUGLASS,; ,-;
sieued by for the cure of Fever and i 1ts 'j..
accused who were acquitted have also addressed Ague simple: dge c.'c. e c.
"a lettef of a similar nature to' their counseL- forms. For sale by, Nov2Otll849., ,. ;

The prisoners have also in their letter to the T. 0. HOLMES & Co. I S. SCARBOROUGH Clerk of the Circuit Court I j

'Democratic Journals registered their declaration -., Jacksonville,East Fla. in and forsIid County do hereby Certify that the'above .
treated by the ePIaENDJD .is a true ,of the : "
that they were not justly copy original order in the .
Jill K V-I, I -,
GUTDaSSi5BBiS(9itY above stated .
-J case,as appiars from the files of said i .

6 TURKEY. 'lSc5. Court. .-*. .t i

Letters from Widden, of the 4th instant, state :-<- -. Witness iny hand and:the t
and Polish refugees had Seal) of said Court',at' theSEAL. .
that all Hungarian STBSCRIBERS having
THE constructed a Court -
Widden to Schumla at Alligntor
transported Pavillion
been by which
they can .
The first portion left on the 30th, being 4,000 operate at,any place'with'the same certainty of in said County this 5th '

Poles, under ei-General Bern, now Murat Pa-' success,'would now offer to the citizens of Jacksonville day ot Dec. 1849. THIS very superior and stupendous'Exhibition, acknowledged.with one accord to be the 4

sha. The second portion left next day, com-. au opportunity : PORTRAITS S. SCAKBOROUH, ; > .- ., .-. T .r' .J -

I 'm3. ded by ex-Gen. Stein, now Fehras Pashaw. taken in a style equal to. any iu the world. December 15th_ 1849. Clerk,1,C..(?. 1t&.1DIrN$ ::1mN' n Qtiftmr m !'

'These last include the apostatized. The Magyars Their mode of operating is speedy,that the ,- ..,'. -,.'. ..;'4m.

left on the 30th, headed by Kossuth. most nged persons, 'as well as little children, Sherifl''s i 'Fla.
and Turkey
Rumors of a war between Russia are taken with the greatest the exact County ,

: are dying away. expression of the countenance accuracy being obtained.; WILL Be sold before the Court House door Will exhibit at JACKSONVILLE, 'n'HURSJjA'Y and \FRIDAY, the 3d imd, 4&danor J
I At Constantinople the English ships of war f Ben ton 'the- .
We would on fiI'st '
earnestly recommended to Monday JANUARY 1850 for TWO DAYS ONLY., '
persons .
! within the Dardanelles. The in .
were anchored generally, not to let this opportunity pass with-: August nl'xt" between the usual 'hours; of, It is necessary to add, in consequence of the icninseamonntbf.hnthbiiggery; of Tate'resorted :1

Erench fleet was near relative SmyrnaNothing the decision further out securing LIKENESS of themselves and' sale,the following property to> wit: The SouthWest by Itinerant .Traveling :xhUntio DnsJ that Ithe material of STONE ,& .McCOL1.0MS.CffiCUS is J

has transpired Russia to Turkish at-of friends, as it is frequently remarked, when too;. quarter Section 26,Township 22,Range entirely new. :The extent and grandeur of the outfit this Spring without a parallel in the an* 1
of 19
the Emperor respecting late, that any amount of money would be paid ; being 160 acres of'land more or less. Lev nals similar Establishments and required the services of several Mechanics and*'Artisans to .:

fairs.The alleged author of the assassination of friend.for the Likeness of some abserit or deceased. satisfy ied on as sundry the'prO Executions ert, Richard, issued K. Crum from ,the'County to complete the tint ensemble of this VAST TRAVELLING CAVALCADE during the'p\Vinft' .' :

'Count Lamburg, 31. Deladouf, arrived at Constantinople Out terms will be very I o5 hvte. Please call I Court of Alacbua, iu favor of John G. CORJPS 'JI

and is regarded as a secret emissary and see our Specimens.vPavillion( on Mrs.Hall's Tyner and others, this 2d day'of July, J 849. THE OF JERFORMERSAre
whose mission ';
from is to .
Petersburg, sow '
Lot # M.
Forsyth-st. Portraits MOODY
) ,
taken "
be in
:discord between the English and French Aintassadors cloudy as well as cleat weather,and inserted in Sheriff,-B.C. I that superior cast nttfoand in 'Circus Companies generally, numbering amoflg them gen- ::11

and to upset the cabinet of Reschid the neatest manner, th ei.ffames1 breast July 21, 1849. Ida tlem 'b who are alike respected for their estimable; qualities in-private life, as for tnar superior i

Pasha. bracelet, lockets.fiigcr Brings, $c. < nns,., O Theubove S-rte is bstponed 'until the, performanceslu public and with sa'tisCafctiou'we refer:to the'following'names:. j1 j\\
Neighborhoods will be visited where sufficient i first Monday. in January next.SherffiS -, ; :
A large levy of troops is going on in Lcmbardy inducements may be offered.HATHAWAY I. .'. McCOLLUITI.; JE,.StONE, JOHN' SMITH, 1 i iThreef1en.ih

, ,causing great discontent. All who are ableto & IIANI 'Sale! J3enton County FIn. ( fi- '
i ) world cannot produce their' in their respective'fines basiixess ., ;
escape are doing so. Dec. 22, 1849. sold before the with
__ __ WILL Court House door '
Borne continued quiet up to the 14th. The -- county,on the first Monday M. J. LIPMAN, D. W.. STONE, J* R. SHAY, ,A.. lEVI :W., STUARTi ::1j
daily .
was expected. Al.MGATOIC
Pope ., ?
Ft .
) in August next between the '
usual hours of sale 'LE SIEUR EDGAR, T. H. COLEMAN, J. BROWN A. G T
OecembrriTth', 1849. ) the ,. Sj. > !
i following property, to wit: The East of
from the
Jail of Columbia South-East 3I Hectioii No. 12 Township 21 .

The following important announcement will .' County, on the night of the 16th inst_ South Range 19 East; also South-West. 3-4 ot The JESTERS to the Entertainments art 'J!
for itself. Whatever 7L a who ,
best speak may be the negro man, gave his name as the South.W st U of Section 25, Township 20 t,

.plans of our Cuban friends, it is evident that -3.1. FRANK, a light mulatto. Said negro' Range'19. Levied on as the property of C. T., W. WORRELL and GREEN JOHNSON, '"

they are determined,to steer safely clear of liability belongs to Benjamin Chairs:jr:, of Leon County, Jenkins, to satisfy
sundry Executions issued
to further ."proclamations whether and was seen on the morning after hp broke froth the Circuit'Court of Beuton Of that pure dye so often enquired alter'by gentlemen visitingrsimilar,,Exhibitions, attended.by
iu '
Presidential or Randolphian: Jale, on the public road, in the direction of Geocge iLnansockaailXithera-;2d favor of- ladies. In the representations, so far.as the Clo'visaiid:_ tlidrfcrmiers'' in'the iring are concerned \ .. I
of Ju .
i [T'the EdiJorsofthe Washington Union:] : Jacksonville. Mr. Chairs will pay n handsome ly, 1849.- -I4 v. MOODY day no rudegestj-or',improper action wiirbe tolerated by ythe p'i'jiietors. .
reward for the oppreherosion said With this assuraitce, we trust the odium heapedHiponTraV filing Comtn1eseMia1ybjs portion ':

[ The undersigned beg leave to avail them- MARTIN IL FRIEZE nE'gro., July 21,18J9., Sheriff tds, B. C. ofthe mass,will in this instance,| be recalled. :'i< \
selves of your widely distributed columns to
r all Jailor Coldmbia County. 1::: The above Sale is Good actions crown th'emielvesVith'lasting bays; :JWho
to who be interested in postponed until the'first .
[ announce may such .
mat Allin-tor.- Dec. 22c1., iRAQ-- --. ,00& : Monday iu January next well desenes needs not another'sTHE prais J, ,. 'j:
an announcement oy appointment irom .
General Don Narciso Lopez, well known in the JBO A it o iw G : SALE. BRASS BAND: '" ,. 4

Vniud: States, as well as Cuba, as the head of SUBSCRIBER '
theMe projected revolution for the liberation THE his iriendsand would the respectfully in ,, rY VIKTUtitif the power vested in me by Is another important feature in the annals of musical comtoisjevrs, placed as it'istfndtr tne dir ,.
public .
'of that Island from the oppressions and degra- that he has prepared a few rooms iu generally his dwelling -. .I_; Law: i have. levied upon and trill expose Ttcti n'of its Tery'mine1it Leader, ,

dations of its present condition they have house on fo 'Sale fct Fort Pierc,' (there being no Court H. K. (OAIJL, :
accepted Pine-sireet for the accoDlmoda- .
Forming the Entertainments in the Circle the EFFICIENT STRING
and undertaken in Honsein th<& Sr. Lucie during AND -Leader
( concert with General tion of travellers and solicits the coHitttyof ,) fh the county .
the'duti and patronage of of i5t Lucie Ffari.1 'on J. .BERNARD. All tend to one grand point,viz: making Stone -t McCollvaft'C eus :.;,
Lopez, s responsibilities of a those who may happen to visit Jacksonville for t, Monday, the 22d day in: ,? complete -
'patriuticjunt4 for the promotion of the political business pleasure health. October, A. D.i849. between the usual hours every department. .
The building is Every day between the hours of 8 and ..ll/weatber( tnitting4 the '
tif sale tire superior Bdhd win f
interests of Cuba. Without infringing a new one and has been Mtowrng described tract of land, or appear ;
I the laws of this enlarged.-. so much thtfi-o 'ia "ill the in procession. seated in their Elegant Car, DRAWN \BYWTYJ1ORSElaMfrtyn 4
the Invalids be State and County
country present announcement can furnished with pay -i '
rooms or assessed by Mr. OHN tALLEN-, one of the most expert reinsmen of modern days.. ,'-.
or contemplating hereafter without fireplaces:and be Tuxes thereun for the 1847
nny may certain of
having ,Ushers in to wait familes to thelr.seafs.
Gentlemaiily attendance on '
action which will and-1844, unless the Taxes thereon -
they uot stand prepare-1 to every attention paid to t'heircomfort. mid the costs 1.
Stabling Piice of Admission. Box 20 Cents Ghildreix under 10 of age half .J
justify before all tribunals,human and divine, ;s provided for travellers from the are p-iid txrfbfe the day ofsale, to wit. An Island ; 'years .,price .,
Pit; for the Cents-no half
country.-- 25 price.
I they ted that it is alike due to their cause and The terms wflll exceedingly moderate. containing 3,600 acres of land, lying and Negro population, .
fa the Time of Opening Doors,-Afternoon Representation, 1M P.M., 'Nigh P -'
JL .
e their country stand forth openly to meet 'all W3I. S. DONALDSON. being -said county of Ft. Litcie called ** .
r the responsibilities which attach to their undisguised Jacksonville Dec. 22d, 1849. ;-Marriatt felirtsdj" situnted t ar Cajte Canaveral Time of Coiumeucingr. OOnt 11'.M. Night, 61 P. M .1/

r hopes, aspirations and course; at the in the ittver1:1 or Jndiuio'River; grantedto G. .J* KATuN. AedtlLeal f
same time that they are enabled to serve as a S* r nftret I.ovrrr jTItUei-nl rp.ill&, l Don Joan McIntosh by the Spanish'Govern- L "
centre for correspondence, with a view fo concert COLUMBIA Cot..\-, EAST F1.0IUDA..S ment, the 18th of May, in the ye r'tS03 and lUas er's' saic oi:' Valuable 'To.all'Clamaou Private Graat 1

I to the thousands of noble spirits who, in.' measured and laid off to said Mclntosh by Geo. Estate. LANDS ,IN TH&STATE
all sections of this Union sigh to behold the J. F.U4ark'm, the 2d December/1817, as will Y VIRTUE
of a decretal order ofthe Dis- ft '
slavery and"sufferings of Cuba be seen by the plutand thereof : B -hereby given to each and every '
,and long to con- survey ; which trict.Court of the United States for. the JLl
; tribute any aid honorably solicitation last Winter &e jS said 3.GOO ares are assessed in said 'St. Lucie' : C1aimht'fbosaidT1qridaGrantthathe
legitimately in : Northern
; FROM ubri- District of Florida made on the 14th i JI.
,r their power'to her reHefc begs leave to inform his friends ahl' county to John H. Mcintosh, day of June, 1849. the undersigned, 'Blaster respective SorVeyors Mes 's. David. H. ,'!

jj[ This hOllor bletrust associating the under- invalids, visiting the South in Amount'due for Taxes for 1847 $a2,27% in 'I Burr, Ralph W.Norris/'Alexalide'r. an'd ;
of health; .' 11 'U Chancery of.said Coiur ,.will offer for sale at Arthur M. Randolph 'have. been.appointed ,
| signed, for the purpose indicated, with the illustrious or pleasure, that he has prepared Winter QuiTters 1849, 26,73 ; public auction before the Court Howe, in the .the by

' patriot and chief who will preside for their reception, and oiiciu their pa. 4dd costs, Town of JacksonvilleiTn'the county of Dnval, 'been undersigned Purvey said lalids, and have :1.
to '
over the junta, they ave tronage. The Rooms 'comfortable U. L: RAYTON. assigned their several fields .of opera .
accepted as a duty and have '? on Wednedap tfce 'rixfh day February next .ff
not to be declined profoundly distrustful, in-, gbdd fire places. No pains will be spared to T:b1ki1AsOr of St..tfo'cie CoIuly '. the following real estate of George.Kingsley, tim, and are How: ready to aater'on their.drf- 1.

deed, oftheir own ability reader comfort' and \ 14, .184' t'ds ties.All 4
or wortfeitfess, but every attention: to those deceased, to witVDRAYTON. "
supported the who The above sale tKogetolding titles,' wholiave a'righi- (
I by conscious rectitude of tfceir m.\y visit this Vjfelebrated i'ountam of .is-postpohed until the SAND '
motives stlo ; .clahftLto any of the)lands in 'qaestionTor '
dud by Life. Several fine frtfhfcs tlayinJathftai'ynext.
the tavoro(Heaven unhesitating confidence in tlrise are kept In readiness ,;_ situated_ _____,on__'J.JI.1r_ RPnp I"I'\ntMnin.VAw..n". I wlib JDaT.hs.e any kn01rh 1I'P."i\th..1n'_n._.1 -\3
and in the for who wish to ride,-ani this n -- .O-J v----o -- .n.
pathies of theteo'We and free American generous ym abounds in wild game, ueh as !>eer turkeys vic5rfty Sheriff's .Safer ;; teen fnmdred (tvOO) acres, more or less-valuable c6rnersTof their."respective'eld" f.,.. t.
ple. peo fdr its situation the of its and fully desired to'coDle forward 'with all'snch ti '
Ducks and Bird, and for tho e fon'd of such Y virtue of two writs of FienTacias'issuedciout quality soil
Copies' thetpresent announcement are, at sport'there is every facility. The Mail Stages, B of the Circuit Court and to dirEefed for it orange lemon, and citron groves. 'bein tle papers th'eir''and evidences:of Ideality as it may

the same time sent to the editors of La Verdad, jrom Jacksonville to TaIlahasseiss) the House i will'expose dtblfd4,1htfontfthe' -FORR STER'S POINT. ,desirable power to produ 8isthe'more |
t El Correo de lbs drn Mundor Sun. twice a week each Terms Cdurt House'in the Town bfJacksbnTlll especially as promptness in this particular t
Evening Post way. of Board counfyt -! -
are JBitmited on the SLloonS River about sixteen: the of
on claimants
herald,and Tribune S20 month >fDuvjtt afatt State bf -l lor1da"on part will greatly
of New fires tlle'finstl
lic York; the Repub per induViing ; and the 1' ble : ; miles below Talatka"containing''about six hun facilitate the operations the
,of Washington the will be furnished well 'Monday of-December'hext Wtlfeen the 1i \ surveyors m'th j
; Whig and Enquirer, of as as tfJJy otheratihe :; dred'(COO) acres more or lis&B'tiE e&fcution of their work'aid tiie latter'
Richmond the Courier : South. medical hours of siile tlfe roll enable
; and Mercury,of Charles The best aid tan be procured Wing descri&eU property1 "i7i the Government
:ton: the Chronicle and here and the this to wit Two rdcfsofland sitUaie 1iri' : : : A. bdnghereystqiie..
Journal, of Louisville ; Springs time,.are iu first and !
: ; .: I tion to and
speedy satisfkctorV
:*nd the'Delta dnd Picayune, of New Orleans;' rate order for drinking and bathing. At these being on the''waters Trout Creek iu said county -. Situated hear Forresters :Point,. containingone i The districts a termination. '. ;

and the editors'Of all other papers are respect: Springs will be found a very pleasant and desirable I one: tract cohtaihing 640 :XiLre" and ,the,' thousand'(1000)( )acres more or less, with an will be assigned follows .surveycfrs. foV.the

f fully requested to copy it. One of the names place to pass the Winter.D. other ) tcr6s dflahd more 'i'l s; and one orange grO've upon it, and Centre present, as :- Commencing,as a ,

:*tkdiedis left in blank because the gentleman T. TREZV ANT, hundred head of Stock C ttle. Taken 'in execution SAN .JOSE PLANTATION point, at Picolata on the St.Johns, and _
extending north and
.indicated surveys south both
fiji noL at a distance from this city, and it PROPRIETOR. at the suits Edmund H. Smith' .and. .Situated in Duval County, on the River St. sides of the river, as the claims be, on
deemed may
proper to make it November 17th 1849. William B. Ross V8,-Arthur Euroey hd will
the public before 5t Johns, six miles from Jacksonville, containing nated. Mr. Burr.will surrey the grants In that
bosoM the
reception of of the
notice of his as property said defendantsto '
The Junta acceptance. three hundred ((300)).acres more or less, of which portion of the country lying Immediately vest
Promotedora Land, For Sale Near satisfy said.writs. .
delos interesa Tampa.
'WsdeCvba Polit- about oiie hundred and ,seventy-five acres,..areopen Of the St Johns;from Picdata to' the-moutKf
'"rtjof will shortly establish itself at the THOMAS;LED WITH.Sheriff ; for cultivation:. On the place is a dwelling and north to the north line of the State.. )fr. I; '

tl sed Washington, to which city maybe ad- 27th 1849. 'D. C. hoUSe with necessary 'out,buildings' &a, N Norris in the district commencing at:Picolata,. .
. n to General Lopez, (post paid,) TillS land, a quarter section in quantity,lies October- -*r53r &c. The, above places offer great inducements the east bank of the St. 'Johns, and 'exten cOil

p "eorrespoadence'. its friends, bex 51,.post I Simmon's Hammock at twelve miles Tlieabdve .sale is postponed. until the to purchasers, being',healthy, and pleasantly ding wn said' stream, bet'wee'a ,the.river ana, J ...

'iti great distance from the pleasant:and growing village first M onday of Januarynext.' situated immediately the River St.Johns the:ocean, and north; to.the' State_line Mr.

respect,your obedient servants. of Tampa. About one half is cleared and has with fertile lands bearing many of the tropical McKay, in the district bordering'on the westside .

AMBROSIO. JOSE GONZALEZ of MaTinas. been in cultivation two years. The soil is Sheriff's Sae! Benton County FJa. fruits" gome" of tn'emalreadyfin,agrowlng. taU; of the St-'Johns,south ofPicolatajand Mr. '. .:1.

JOSE warm light ando of good depth; ani is well ILL'Be sold before the.Court:House':door' '* ,TERMS., *? Randolpkinth&dctoweicf gatPico1a.. ..

:.. SANCHEZ YZNASA, of Trinidad I known for its Ifli-o-A .viaM nf R. T. rtr.Hnn_.. _.__ Win .Benton the first third a&h- tfc: nVi fhft ftjut hank of tftn RtTohni...' <1niug nmI .
lie Cuba. --- -- '- county- .on.. ., fond---. One balance, in. tone.. two. .abd :
The water is soft and pure and the place deci August next between the -' : 'I ;--. south from Picolata. .
r usual h ursofso.lO, three years, withinterest, I to' be.'iecfred by ,
JSULO. VILLAVERDE, of Havana. dedly healthy. Several hundred other acres the following propertyf't.6 wit:'The' South-East bond of the purchaser and mortgage Wa the I Isui'requested.that all information, id the :
Ni of Matanzas. could be got, ajacent and similar, the whole be quarter of the_South-West quarter, and South- premisas. '. poasssinorpow. OfthecIahnantLbe direct .

:,You December:, 1849. ing on a place of:moderate elevation. The West, quarter of the Soutb-East quarter, Section ,GEORGBR.FAIRBANKB' .' ly communicated to the .respective surveyec. -

range is good in the neighboring',woods and 27, -North-West quarter.the North.East: ,\, ,, t: Master in Chancery.; .the better to enable them Ito define and, estaft

THE AGE OF IMPROVEMENT priaries,which latter are'ultei ex tensive.; Within qUILl ter,and NorthEast quarter of R rthW st' StAugustine.Nov.24,1849.- ]liah the true location. and ftoondarfd bf tie i ,

Ozre'Of the most important discoveries of the convenient distance, on the public land, is a quarter Section Township 19,South, Range .' J grants. -B.L PUTN4LM, .

E ameliorating the condition of this site for a residence, overlooking a scene of SOT- .17 Ertst. Levied. 'onby1: Jeremiah lisymanCOnstable .. : :.Executor's,Sale, Surveyor: General Florida' '

Ir. o'auft'ering humanity, large is pasing beauty. The terms will be made known. ,to .tffyIsundry.'Executions, issuOIfroni I' ,IN PURSUANCE of the order of the Judge" of St: Augustine- Oct. J3, 1,8'1'9. '8m.: .
\Vist r'a consumptives by application at Key'West,Florida to the'Justice Court of PiOhat :
Balsam of Wild Cherry. tvlat :Benton in favor of: foiColumbiacOuntythe8ubscribers Nonce." :; ;

tiae establishes and consecrates, what expert- J.'"W. STARK. Neil Ferguson and bthers.thi.. 2d.day'of.July.-; ,wfl1'ie1latpub11&auctionin. front of .1 l I

-adopts and confirms,what aU men in all pla- Dee. 1, 184} Bm 1849.' '" ''N.AL.. : MOODY : ,vourb l1ouse.ln .VUB wwa oi Aiiigaior, on tne '-'- :
tea .' "
unite i n Sheriff B.iJuly first day of January next' -within the usual ,
saying iigood and valuable is' : ,'
a so,no Executor* Sale j"1- :
bt. i '
I A popularity. of this sort fixes in soci- 21,1849, ,. .543... ;, hours of jsaleV the following lands belonging '
Yvirtneofan'order of the "q : ATLANTIC GULF '
etllta 1'0018 B : Judge Probate The above Salels until the eState C Jacob Summerlin deceased BAttBOAp,COMPANY. : J
80 deep and 10 33" ;,postponed. the ,situate ,.
strong time for AJachua' : I
fannot county Subscri fin. J in said 1f.t&nd rebf otifi d ha 'if s t1i 1iiOn' E" .
destroy it. The success which has bers ; Mondayih"Jaittjiry; ,. next; adjoining'the Town of AW.gatorvIx 1.T'1si ';
at- will sell -
at '
4hiiietticine for public auction'infront. bf the ;-: :' '.The"Wea& halfofthe.Borth-West .Atlantic awl.GIalfRsilroed C pa _: ', <
f' OYrtcome sneralyear& past has Court House, in the \Town:of.Newnansville .on of to apply amendDllnts to the i"
ny Charte
! the prejudices of aU respectable and the 'of. ,!1J o1umLia.Sberifl's' Sale., quarter SecUonthirty-two an'd Township cct ; ,
'ilble ni and the article has taken firstday January nextj withinthe usual. '1.VIB.TUE ofa'Writ t'FiF: ::issued .from I ibeeROngeseventeeii&Ond: 'E. 'Also' the laid Company; at the.next meeting'of the Gearal *-' .
stand hours of sale the '
tOng the fig c1 discoveries and a following land belonging toth&estateofjaeobSuininerUm.4eceased ]'sD' the Circuit Court,ol Columbia County,and North-West quarter, of the'South-West'quarter;: Assemblyof on"f. .- .

I ortle &g; ILJJ.d "when resorted to in blessings in said viz Five situated to:me,directed,,I have levied upon and will rum 8ection'Township and Range/ also:the I ,NoVember! _24 18: L 3mV ,::::;::
county; hundred acres {
le8S9n : of 5
eradicates ,
the diseases sale in''"frbnt df ,: East half of the 'Nortb-East 'of Secthn : .
for which it is recomende& land being an undivided fouith ''p tot a tract t pose to i public, the Court\Hotae, fin ; quarter I IVetfte. ; -: -t. 'difjlj
door in the Town tb1rtyonaani w ahlpindRaimge f jihd the 9c6serablp'eetotore' :
nf two thonsand acres, sitil ted )the'river Alligator, xlm.-. /
on '
Ceze.tte e'eat t'he following from the BeUo7fJ$ Falls I Ban ta"Fee. and bounded on'the West by laiidsofi' mi thfirt Mon .:,of December'next the_following ; South-East;qurte b;Secti6atthlrty2one: In --a.tw'eeh the undersigned,'under tie': ') ; i

ofJuary. 1846. R. Sanchez and allotherOides pr p it.ftU ., tw%,::Ii\ta ,t D8MQ1, same :Towusiip'and' Rauge, containing"m all and style ofCOcper&EebtMS. dayJeby c' <, ;
; on ,
V/ISTA.B.'S by vacant and hundred:'stock \ about,twt hundred andforty:acre oflandtt nittual onseat.: CHA&PU" '"
terton BALSAMt..Notithstanding our lands and the River'Sa.ntall'e. 'Terms 200 cattle, levied"upon t'astbo .- : ,
i Lo p many do e property of Wm.Casoii,:.to satisfy four ft.fa's portion fwhIch'1mproOdhav1ng therfeftria i.v.'< .j".Z B3SAB. .. : .. "' ',--: .. '" oj'
of ,
: tomes rjothing that made known on day sale. ,. ". ,
aioug In ttie Issued the Mrtuit Court said large.and commodious dwelling house 'kitchen J1 .l- .n"'I''t't if < .--.,:<_ .3","
Ld tht gape ot Patent Medicines JOHN. As''MMERLINl: tpin of Coonf.1.one ,: -"' ,, -.' ., ,0'f1F.,. .. >-. !
faot that We' Scnr ely eye::'tike ,, In'favor Of the E 'r;" fIJaobuminerlin 'ivs'Yw.Cason negro. C and Bother-out-buildings, and ;a- .-_-' ._" 't/ 1
m D.:DEXTER : "
: t&11 ,yet"e el ", 'and one in favor. of 3fladrick Hand. boutoundedacresirO. under fence, and _NUee.-- .: -
tt&hr J
shou1d "
t. DJUStic', to thCbmmuthtyby Juthhold.b BOBT.f..BROOKS. ,Executor, "v cock'ys said'Wm... Casbn:: ; : '::'-"' ; i'ASA ? suitable-for:U1tit:' -iio .'' ,.Terms, 'made known' -(. 'T' im.bba\tn. -"-' ", l.. .'j ." '
'ger the favorable STW4RT.' dnday'ofsale: V \. ? fro 1. Js1aaq' tt'es fe "'<
UlRT' Opinion we.h. n'of Dead 1849. tdsONDONiPOBTKR .... 'r .1 !- ; :
Balurzn in cases ofcolda and pulmona. '" : .: :. t.\l1. rOC. ., ;:" 't", IJTHOMAS" : DEXTEB',; .."-:', goo negromento wok Iabi .waUl, '.,.'" z'? _

I 7npla1ut. )Ilaig' witnessed Ha good'ef. I';;; AND SCOTCH.: -; ., ,..,'O',. .;j 1"'ts.tii.- ,. : : '..,,_.."..,, i","'tt 'tds,. 4." .'RQBvn"-nl'UF' BROO -',: \h I 'wJd.ll"' ..,' _" ". ::.: ; .
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*e believe it to be ; ; r Th a1!(&l II: Ded tll r tAt't < .
I !att1fle. an ,iJ-.Pcleby: ; '-: : A..M.REEp.; ; P t :'Executors'of Jac6bSmiaerlInde'cmW. V -3h3.coz: : .

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'Qnarlr**, 'Plortdll,1tIlU ln, :T iHrswsT'; TUTION' WILL BE .OPENED ON .The'well earned reputation which: thisj House; ii II no good d'a.nnjj:: er,'Ofreinedlea thtt "ItIt'
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o'clock A.M.: has acquired-'is thelntentioh, ,of the present I 'I 0 II I previously.geeral 'Y -.
/$ LJHA5SUNOV2O, 1849. } the first Monday in June nextat : "" :J9 1{
IJITTHEREAS. ,'an-electionLJfor:: the following iii Jacksonville, East Florida;'; ... .J { proprietor to sustMi : ,, 1_ _; a 3 I. ,. ).8'7!,.'tW':9.,
: Eer1icCOmth&IAti ii swill :'extended to .
be fitted the tc- : I '-.
&TT Field Officers i te.Wlt: one Major Gen Sepwratefpomjrwill! ,'upJJTor ; ii II 1izatth4AI .TO .TIIE
4 ralfor;1st'Division; one Major General for..2J edmmodation of young Lids'and:.Msses, where g es & Invalid i:travelfe'rs f ,:and ;oth ers rwillfind I I I 1 1 1 LADQs.,

(Division,one BrAgadier General for 1st Brigade, they will,'be instructed in the Elementary and this house: desirable:. 'It is' situated:facing I I GREAT:: ..4tJi Iii
;me Brigadier,General for 3d Brigade: and.one i higher branches./ t;'nn English>and; classical, the so with.darkpiazzas;: ;: ; ,175'feet.: [ long,' 'Dlt.tOwNSZ1DO fji.
'. .wiU befitted for with court/yard in front j..and? protected :from, : sA.R3APAvttk'I4;_
I Brigadier.General for 4th; Brigade rid* Militia. Education,,and young men /: and to ; ,
;wuT held on the 1st day.of October;'1849, 'College or,for for'professional in the:Xatin and northeast winds:: The' rooms"' are Ugiblyiitnatedlarge ;' ,k- ,: tor..tlie' ; : Clplente

and it appearing by a full canvass'of the. returns, Greek classies; ariduri 'the. Philosophical! and and'airy] the 'building fixtures, &ci.: -ENTIRELi'. 'VlGEThDLE ,COMPoUND. matter, whether prost tion 'ott1 i
.. tnadetotke Executive Oflic'e'that Mathematical sciences. "' being n w.' The House, built: of wood;is lathed the'reilt onDi ..
was prepared by a regular :0r causes
I prOduced
and plastered &c. In a word it is built expressly bY
ti John Milton is eleeted General
duly Major d ,
# ArruflgernCflt.S for the is the result of an extensive I accident ., tiJ '4'
'purpose. -
.of 1st Division: THE/TEAR be'divided'into. .: four'quarters, 'With''the advantages combined the practice; .ipf:.several years, in a:.bilious" climate : Nothing can be'more' '_ a
many ,
Jesse Carter Major General Divisions about 12 weeks'each,.with intervening Those,who have;' 'themselves, or Tigorating effects' ig'tl ') .
proprietress Mri'DAv those on 'the .
Robert. Caldwell, :Brigadier General 1stiBrigade the first present ; assures seen 'ffects others need 'hij trim j.
sessions salutary all
tions.--.The dajrwill; havetwo patronizing the house that her exertions will upon no eons wescncss aDd 1a8itbde <
I :. from 9 to 12 M, and the1 second from 3 to 5 P. be to farther evidence ofits great value The health at once become, tr i b .
James A. Pedon, Brigadier General* SdBri.gade I' M.; Wednesday: m rningawillie appointed to please.Very,respectfully -*' ,thousands has been perfectly restored by .its influence.. It and(all'or UIi j:"{ 1

p -. : exercises in'EnglisE_ ; "composition. ,:and declamaItion. -" THE, PROPRIETORSt. S this medicine, when all :other remedies have nervelessness ofthe mediate1yceotei.

i Benjamin, .hopkinsBrigadier. General '4th ; S :.. ; .::*s Oct. 20 1849. I failed.. Its: operation js not simply to suspend great cause barrenness lema.lefram iriIcl& ntO
Augustine, '
I Brigade: -. the first pupUjwill be received, :the disease for a1 'tim'e but 't / the It will r
; After term;nc N.B.. Attached to the house is fine ; 'purif pys-: not be expected; 'of
I -NOW, be ft, .therefore? known'that the above -except' or near, the, beginning of,.the session. horses stabling.fix' tem, and restore it'to sound and perfect.h a1th. delicate a natureto exhibiter: in eaRl"r,
carriages boats and all
r .narnedpeins are hereby proclaimed duly elected ; ponies, '. -
no ohe ternuV A small Treatise the "causes treatment Arp
aad pupil for,1ess.lj. ;, ,tures for excursions.' oct 27-2m ; on performed, but, 1fe'Cnl88un g"tuotQfti
to the various commands,designated and '
and of fever and and .
.iihni1 '1. cure ague otherdiseasesof. .hundreds of cases have been rL41.ittCTwrinn ,,",
when commissioned will be and
: obeyed respected .00 bilious. climate8'ma, ,"be had'gratis'of the1undersigned. ***
accordingly. Reading,Writing and Arithmetic, $6 Boot and Shoe Store x eb
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; tr ing r
,i TIIO. BROWN, Governor. Higher English studies, 8,00 THE SUBSCRIBER, having taken by weaknessHdg Jsufferuig.continually dl:
.Also .
Classical studies 10,00 / numerous certificates from men of the ; ,bj3 SiU : It
-By the Governor-Attest: Philosophical his residence in -r
up permanently
... One half the of tuition according to the .. highest respectability,''testifying to the great d J c lties, and ha1' _4..itA "
: price
L. A.THOMPSON Adj't & Insp. Gen. 3t Jacksonville respectfully informsthe ngbon'IlI
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advance efficacy this medicine can be.seen oh appli- m ;"'; ."' ) "'ft. A & 1
studies pursued will be expected in public that he is now crenared ; *" U ".MV.uuoi: VHCtlVU.; ""' -
:': IjONDON LYICHT 'RD, 'P.CI"EI. I and the balance at the end or each term. to carryon the Boot and Shoe business in all natinn, tin:: hearing it recom *JSS3a213>> |

.:.";,. Sauces, &c. Board will be provided in Town at reasona- its branches. ,As he obtains all his 'materials T.' HOLMES: & CO., described, I obtaIned .bottIe'ot1oar!W!, livhei

ble rates per month, for Pupils from the coun: directly from New York he will be enabled to Agents ''for' :Jacksonville' and Vlcinily. of Sarsapari11tand: followed the diree&
. ) Walnut ;
.,r. Mushroom Ketchup. try ; and Parents and Guardians, who may desire furnish custom work at a much less price and: Jacksonville, Feb. 24,:1849. 6m gave me. ,:In a short period it remm JO
t Salad for Lobsters Chickens }
. ;.j- < Prepared Dressing to'avail themselves of the facilities of this of far superior..quality than has hitherto"been plaints and restored her tOI hlih..
"";w;' S &c. Institution for the education of their children accessible to his fellow citizens. Ho DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT .erateful for the :benefita."she'
' English Mustard, in pound and half-pound others be assured that no exertion pleasure thus receited lt tal
. and may the ,which been SARSAPARIIXA. in ackno1fledging
;lrl' : bottles. patronage has.already extended it;I d
. will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and to him and for which he This Extract is mending it to the public. '
this lottles His _
'5t I Dunn's Chemically Prepared Chocolate for ; occasion put up in quart ;-
of all who be M. D.
: progress in knowledge may to return his sincere thanks six times ;MOORE, cor.ofGranl
',.' Invalids. will be still cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior & 1diiia.
Y entrusted the of the .
to care AlbanyAng. 1844.
continued. to sold. It diseases '
[ and French Olives and Sweet any cures without
Spanish Capers
t !j RUFUS K. SEWALL Principal "
1 i'*< Oil.Currie Repairing of all kinds executed with neat- vomiting,purging,sickening or debilitating the patient TOMOTHERS AND Jl.4RRIEDt
f-: Powder, Indian Soy, and Cayenne Pep- N: B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to ness and despatch, directly opposite the BIL- and is particularly adapted for a I This Extract ofS 8btf I1i
';:'1.1l per provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen- LIARD SALOON in Bay StreetBENJAMIN FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The I ly prepared in reference to femae ?ta ouev

?:* Anchovy, Shrimp, Bloater and Cavier Pastes. ded. [Republican tf copy.] G. :MILLS. great be utyand !superiority! of this Sarsaparilla No female who has reason to sjj e r plain!&

1';* RICH: SAUCES of every variety imported, May 19,1S49. Jacksonville, Sept. 8th, 1849. 6m over all other remedies is, it era proaching that critical: riod,." he tr of e 3ap

:.i$ rcnsh as Reading, Harvey,.John Bull, Worcester, : dicates disease, it invigorates the should neglect tot ki *, as Ihs a ceita .
.i&&: Camp, &c." &c., &c. JACKSONVILLE HOTEL. R. Roo REID & C". body, consumption cured, ventive for any of the numeroUs and iOn I1: e:

, : :Preserved English Fruits, and Provisions. R. R. REID & CO. haying leas : cleanse.and strengthen, diseases to which. females 'are. 'lUbjeet tt :

>'r.1 -Jellies, Jams, Marmalades, and Preserved Jam- MESSRS. Wharf and the buildings attached, consumption can be cured, !i time of life. This period mal be dt1aecJ tii&I r

vh; ** S. at Ginger.. are now .prepared in connection with their 1 bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, several years by using this medici loti.less .
;t 5. Real Gbrgoha Anchovies.. : SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE colds,,coughs catarrh, asthma, spitting valuable for those who: i :
,.J1': *: Stoughton Bitters. THE the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT of blood,soreness in the chest, womaniood, as it is calculated to.S

.*it!; .Syrups of every sort.i WOOD respectfully solicit a continuation of to do a GENERAL COMMISSION hectic flush, night sweats, dim- > by quickening the blood and iflvigtJg rtl, rot
* ,, .Liqueres ofthe choicest kinds. cult or profuse system. .Indeed,this
the extended patronage which has hitherto BUSINESS.Their expectoration medieineisnTj ]efo il
;}, London Pickles, Chow Chow, Piocalili, Gherkins been bestowed upon this well known establishment charges are established by the"Sayan and pain thediseasesto, to which women nre bjtd.
..! Onions, &c. In order the better to merit it they nah rates. ". e in the side,&c. It braces the whole, system; rennlpt\ustLe J
,t PAUL DE VERE & CO'S flavoring extracts have enlarged: and thoroughly repaired the They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail have >and ently the natural energies-by rt],
*f SOT Confectionary, Ice Creams, Jellies, &c., viz: building, and adopted improvements to can be impurities'of the body-not-'so'fu
ft. many Steamers at this place and atimuJat]
,'*,,, .. T.____ are now enabled .., ..51 the RVStPTl .. .. ___ _..
_W_'"_ .'P.fAI"A..y_ 1Jnt.mpfP. w_ o -Pnooti y y- promote the health and comfort of their guests. to offer to'the '' ns- f--nrnAnnA- r-y--..... .. "o-V.. M :' 16I
: every facility Merchant uv< utlI.nll1: :
: : Vanilla: Celery Rose Orange Peel The old friends of the house will certainly and the Public generally. Planter Probably therp never; s a remedy that ha s tion, which is the case of most medicines j. Uin

t;t. Ginger Clove Almond Nectarine&c. deem it an advantage that the table will be under Goods consigned to their care will be been so successful in desperate cases of consumption for female weakness and disease.

The above articles, anti many others of.theIf the superintendence of an experienced and forwarded with despatch. received .- as. this; it clC@ses'and strengthens the DISEASE OF THE REAR..SW-.

: t choicest kind, are imported from the principalhouses Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves Their Store, Office ,and Warehouse situa system and appears to heal the ulcers on the TURE ANDJ1EOPSY'NE'sr

;; in England. Kpr sale tower than any they shall not be rivalled by any Hotel in the ted convenient to the Wharf., are : lungs, and the patients gradually regain their : YOBK,July,22l s.f6. -.

t1: Jiouse in the United States, byGEORGE outh, being now enabled by the constant steam Palatka, St.John's River, E. F., January 13 usual health and. strength. DE. TOWKSENP-Dear Sir: Wy'-ife'ii
: RAPHAEL, communication Savannah and Charleston 1849. CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. been afflicted with a disease 'of the lewCa: :IId

)r.f: 262 Pearl Street, U. S. Hotel, N..t' to have the advantage of the fine markets ofthose ly'H.OLl1IES There is scarcely a day passes but there area with a terrible rupture for'over: fifteen'J'MIS, Ii

fI l i Perfumery ia every varietY1 Imported and Cities. In addition they bring to the business number: of cases of Consumption reported as' the greater part of the time. SLe ,i a stet la

( l Domestic. an experience of many years, which will &, CO. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend Sarsaparilla. troubled with shortness breath and great fit It. _.
Lt \. Sept. 8, '49. 4m enable them to judge better the means of attending -' ]JjESSRS. HOLMES ,& ,CO.,, have removed I The following was recently received: tering of the heart, which:has been,Verjr:.I

sfl. to the wants of those who visit the mild IYJ. their stock of Merchandize to the large I DR. TOWNSETJD ar. Sir: For the last tressing, and has frequently' leen .iwlle I
f/I;; Law N lice.JACKSONVILLE climate of Florida, for the purposes of health building formerly occupied the United States, three years I have been afflicted with general leave, her' bed. The mp'tnre'iras verj. Itf j!toe

,, 1 August 21, 1849. or :pleasure. known as the Government: Building. They debility, and nervous consumption of'the last and severe. She tried almost eryrnnedJ,1such '(f
(:; : 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 my healthat cases with but little benefit. VI Leu 'tieellttt!
( transferred my business to Col. of Florida possesses in the estimation of from New York.afullassortmentofDry Goods. all. After:going through a course of medicine had taken but three bottles of your e

]f :Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand Groceries, Hardware, .Provisions, &c. &c.:! under the care of some of the'most distinguished medicine she was entirely relieveaof'ii_ .

,d. JVIr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to other pulmonary; diseases, has induced a which they are prepared to sell at ,reducciprices. regular physicians and members of the of the heart, and the rupture.: las almost n -

. :.t a close! vast increase of travel to this State, during thfall Board of Health in New York and elsewhere tirely-disappeared. 5- .
/ict, J. The Militia claims in my charge will be at- and winter months; of those who seek the They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, and spending the most 'of my earnings in'at-, She has also bad the dropsy, :and 'v s'timuchswolte : f :

'.' tended to by myself in connection with Cot I relief afforded by &milder atmosphere,-and in Hides, and other produce of the country, at the tempting' regain' my health,and.after'l'ead- i.< We had fcq idea that sle cdi'uJ
: .Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman' of Washington I view of this fact, the subscribers have determined highest Market rates, and make cash advanceson ing in some paper ofyonr Sarsaparilla I resolved be so benefited, as Ehe bad strch a ccniplfcatof it -

/iJ. ,and every'effort made by us jointly to that their exertionsto, merit the patronage consignments to their friends in Savannahand : to try; it.; After using six bottles I fonnd it: diseases. But, it bas)as strange as U may l.ar.

i prosecute[ them to a successful result. I have which shall be bestowed upon them shall be .Charleston. or New York., done. .mV'great'good, and. called to see you at ,pear relieved her:of the drorey. 1 am ai
-j 11 mo authority to collect the money due on- these without regard to toil or office- that.this 8tnt ment {aV'Itt)"*f1"AY'ln. expense. They nave a new article of Wrought Iron your ; with your advice 1 kept on, and do '-' -- -- -' e" -flir
; ; .. claims, as I have always preferred to have whatever BUFFINGTON & COX. Ploughs-to whichthey would respectfully call most heartily thank you for your advice. I per-' almost like fiction. But it'is.. nevertheleestoliireality. T

.;: money may be appropriated placed in the I Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849. tf the attention of Planters. severe in taking Sarsaparilla,and have been Your saparilla' is certainly .ai!ra1
S S 4 4, bands of a local paymaster, such as the parties f:t The Charleston Mercury, and the 'Sa- Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. If able to attend to my usual labors for the last I nable medicine; and should be used bone "etc 1

: { interested may select, after the act of their ret vannah Georgian will please copy the above I four months, and I hopeby the blessings of God I that suffering as we have been. I/c 1

:.!; lief. GREGORY YALE., until forbid. Admlale ratrix' Neaiee.I and your Sarsaparilla to continue my.health.It .- disbelieve this account, they are at5 lii b afjttrttJES'

;5 August 28, 1849. tfAdministrator' S I SIX :MONTHS after date I shall present mj helped me beyond the expectations all that call at my house and have ocular demons

S \l -_- A !miiii.trntor'H Notice. and vouchers to the Hon. the knew my cas ., "' ',CHARLES: QUIMBY.. Yours,respectfully,
8alr.1. Judge of Probate of Columbia Orange Essex Co.'N:J.. Aug. 847. I WILLIAM TOWSEE, 1 Jan .Ht,
;-..'.I SIX months after date I: shall present my accounts county for a final ; .
"WILL be sold at the late residence of Jas., and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of settlement and, discharge from the admin SiateoJNe7l1 Jersey, Essex'County, ss.-Chas. -

''.4 I deceased, near Mandarin, on Probate for Marion county, for a final settlement istration of the Estate of John. Smith, late of. Quimby- beingduly"sworn according to law, on No DYSPEPSY.
:Thursday, the fifteenth day November next his ath'.a1th 'that the or medidine has nr'becn, diswM 1 f
said foregoing
and apply for a discharge as Administrator county, ; statement, is
:l:.:. f. all the perishable property belonging to the Estate I of the estate of Samuel E. Swilley, late of deceased.ELIZABETH, S? TH. true;according. the best of his knowledge and ed which so nearly 'resembles') tie gastriejnuor :
of said James S saliva in teelg
, ::li James, deceased, consisting. Lowndcs county, Georgia, deceased. By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag't. belief., CHAS.: .QUIMBY. decomposingfood and strecgtienu
':, 1 -of household and kitchen furniture, fanning; WM. D. BRANCH Adm'r. June 16, 1849.: .. ?' 6m Sworn and:subscribed to before me at Orange, i the organs of digestion "ns"'this'prepara! ioa'of t

I utensils, Rifle, Guns, Deer skins, Cow hides, Marion Co. August 4 1849. 6m the 2d August, 184;. TCYRUS.'BALDWIN .Sa aparil1a.- It positively 'es every ca e;
; I\ several head of horses, 450 round mill logs, 35 Land, for Sale. Justice of the Peace I dyspepsia, however severe or chronic.

I 'i sided mill logs, 12 sticks of square timber, cross I I FOR; SALE,between nineand ten thou BAMC DEPAETMEIHT. 'Arsiitv,May 10, 1845..DEi ofe
; :. ..cu saws,axes, &C., &c. Terms made known on I Administratrix ,Notice. sand acres of .Land situated 'TWO CHILDREN'SAVED. TowKSEJt iv- -Su"1 hate been afflicti:

';:; .the day of sale. SIX months after date I shall present my accounts County partly near Nassau,; and partly in near Nassau St. Veryfe.w families.indeed;-in fact we_ have :for several;: years, with disp'ep: Eia'fn 'itB Vw

., THOMAS M. HAGAN.: Adm'r aud vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Mary's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman not heard of. one-thaf used Dr.,Townsend's ;form,attended with sourDcss of,giomtth)lo r'as
t! r. MARY ANN JAMES, Adm'x. Probate of Columbia county, for a final settlement Grant. The "above is.,heavily timbered" : Sarsaparilla' inrtime lost:any(children: thepast of.appetite, extreme;heartburn; ,and tj'gre,/t
i j! Jacksonville:. Oct. 27, 1849. 2t and ask a discharge from the further administration -' land, conveniently situated upon? water pine, 'summer,. while those that'did'not,sickened and aversion. to all kinds- of food, :and Twf weeiaretain]
, courses .
.s. : of the estate of Samuel M. Elliot (what I could eat) I have been unable
: ,]) with the exception of about five hundred 'died: The certificate e''publish b lowis. conclusive "'
) Jacksonville acres
.i ;; Female Institute deceased,late of Columbia, county.' I'of heavy hammock land .upon the St. Mary's evidence its value, and
:. \ rjpHE J. Committee of Direction have adopted MARTHA W. FITCHETT, River., The whole. or.any.portion will be sold instance' of its"saving'the lives of children'DK. =.. usual ,remedie% but,:they had ;but little I or i
the following regulation. Administratrix of the Estate of S.'W. Elliot. cheap for cash. Apply to TowNST3iVr--rDear-fSir: : :'-1 had "two chil effect in removing the complaint.: 'I vasindi.IC-

,':.tiij The scholastic year is to consist of four terms July .21, 1849. 6m I ,WILLIAM HICKMAN dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer: ed, about two months since,1'to try'your xtradecon 1
. '
J. ot.elevp.l1' weeks each. Jacksonville March'17 1849. complaint ''h' ,. tf :; .one was .only 15
Orthography, reading, writing and arithme Notice.. 5- months old and the other 3 years." They ', ,fidence ;.but. after using nearly tiro' 'bottles, 1,1:

i: tic per term, $4,00. The above with English Mfa TIlE SUBSCRIBER has leased the Curator's! Notice.. ., 'very.much reduced; ,.an.ct weTexpectedtheywould! were found.my appetite restored and' tie leartlo rne
- ;!:;:!t grammar and Geography, per term$5,00. The Jiivfll.House formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on NOTICE is,hereby\.given to all persons hayS die;r" 'they were''giveh'up by two respectable entirely',removed, 'and I would 'earnestly :]
1 .above with the higher branches of an EnglisheduCltienembracingAlgebraGeometryUistory Bay street, (known as Hurt's old Boarding ''demands against the Estate of I p. y icinns. When the doctor informed us that commend ;.the:use of it to those:T ho .tare_jbee, :

kt.?) : House,) and. is now prepared to accommodate Georee''8. Payne late Hillsbornnffh, nnnt.v0 we- must lose them, we resolved to, try" : afflicted- as I :have been.Y; urSj &&.
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. :! Philosphy, Botany, any wno may see nt to patronize mm, ana. assures arerequested to present.the same to Sarsaparilla ;we.had h'wd'so much of'but, had W W: VAN
Jiod Chemistry Evidences,Geology,Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic them that no pains; will be spared to ensure the undersigned without delay;; and'all Cr di-' little confidence, there being 'so much stuff advertised N. ;B. Purchase none but ch as:Lave wiiersthat IP

: Each of Christianity, per term $6,00 their comfort: A commodious stable is,attached :- tors, Legatees and.-.persons Entitled"'distrfi- .that ;is .worthl s: but' [w :are' j !y' hide the bottle completely and: ha LtJg
.\.. i quarter to be paid to Treasurer in ad to the establishment, and every atten- bution are hereby notified that all claims of thankful that we didfor.lt undoubtedly';saved;: the writtensignalnre of S.P.TOWNSEND.Principal ..

.. -) II vance. tion will be paid'to'thVhorses of those travelers whatever nature they may 'be;will be forever the lives. bothi write: thiS !.that'others SS Offi ,!t 6Fnlton: -SunBmldii. )] ,
tlL..t tion I The scholars will be under the' careful instruc l who may think,proper to stop with him.A.W.rRICHTONj. ba r d".unless. they 8hall be.presented,within be induced to.use it. ':Y ourslr.esPec ru1ly may W.Y.:;' Redding & co. 8 State-st. Boston;'Djotcote

- :;{ of au experienced fenule teacher. twoyears/rom: the,,date. of the first .9 ; IJ'OHNWILSON. Jr.J: & sonsfl32 North,:Second-s .;Philadelphia;;
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Provision has been made,'for instruction in acksonville hereof and'all < publicationT a;'.uance .druggist Baltimore Durol & .8'e. f
!?, E..F.iec,2,1848, tf ; persons indebted. T .Myrtl ventiei Brodkjyn. ; ptl .-. ; !
in. French il1 ,
,Painting Drawing, and Mu- ire'reqestedto Richmond ,P. Ms:Cohen .'.Charleston *
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; .come,forward and settle their ;-. ; ; j W1J l I.
.1od which additional charges will':be made. Notice.ALL accounts with. ; *' ,. -.' :. ,.- :.. &co.151 Chartres-8t NeTr.Orleansr 105) sou
" !1} The first term commences 4111 the 8th ofOcf. : -, 'JOHtfpARLING, :' James C t mirigs.ESq/onoJo'fth' Assistants Pearlt.AThaiij'.VanBuckirk292Market '- !

'h :r .qer:next. personsiiiterest&lwillhereby take no- t; ,.' Persoii *' lathe<<:Lunatic Aysluny;BIackwellsIsland..isthein and Bioadsta. ..J.
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; ticethati have this "S. Eta 4c., wak
'VrF,;.tt J1 &e* Applications Committee of fer Direction.admission are to be made to to the Honorable the Court day'of Probate my petition 'for-I .T p 1'l .;'< ; '. \ RHEUMATISM.: throughout theUiuted:; States, West Indies I :
Duval .
J, -W.-'M'. COMMITTKE OF DIRECTION., James County James, to. !hare my dower in the estate &cIwinI.trnior'' 'Notice.- 1.:' This is.only::,'one'ofizIoiO: than fqur ou.sanif the'CanadasA., /M. REED,Agent'Jacksonville !e

: ;J\f J. 31. DANIEL. deceased, livte'pf,said, county, S IXinouths after teiJ shall cases' otrhenmatlsmthatDr.Townsend's.Sar.; florid i
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allotted to my accounts 5-
: :. Dr. II D. HOLLAND, ine..andthat' I shall, Monday, the 'andVouchers as.Adniinlstratorof saparilla; ''has" cured :The"j ':most '.severe- and I .Febrnry261848. 'lyPDBtIC '

l1 ; A. M.REED, twenty-sixth day of November. x ,:at a term, the Est te'of R m n Sanchez; d eeu d 'the chronio,'easaio weeklytiradicated by its extraordinary I.
. .... b-TgEASUEL.' "-. of Court then to beheld-: pply.t to'said.. Court. :;HO orabloJudgeof Prob t '.bfStJOhjj: to !irtries : W :: -
r: r >Rev.:rSWARTJacksonville ; :/. for an order allotting the same to me.; 'ty, fork a'fiii a1 settlement. of said Estate onn": !, v ;BiZick\i-EiJsIsLANjSept.l4'lS47.; r. : ""." NOTICE.njlHE ", ,
./ Jull.'l49. ":..>,.. : MARY' ,:and ,
S-- w ; -. .n ', Widow ANNJAMES, : !hall,at the'same' time, apply for Letters Dis- RowNsmnrar.K-i'a76: : suffered .BOOKS of subscription:to the: apita 4d
: and Administratrix iJf!#:Jaia' ; decedl; i! mission as Administrator,of ivMOh'aIl: ,terribly for,nine. years;irithft.the rheumatism] .JU .fitockof' the Atlantic and Gulf,Rail!Eo 1;

; I New, Books !S JcwBooks 11 Jacksonville, Oct. ;.27;.1S49/, .. .. ;4t*: "*? ;.sons interested in said:Estate l &d siredo per- .considerable; of the time I: conld.not. tat, sleep Company;will be'opened in the"City of St.Atgustine :

TUST Received d for r sale' by the subscrif :" ,-i- ** 'si ,take. noticeMAURICE.... ''SANCHEZ ;.. .j, :[o'r",ork;lihid'thia most'd1strssi "pains:and, akthe .of.Wm.'A. Forward, Esq, ,

: .berrnE -': ./. .* 4, :,. .,... '1Y.tlceio t. .- ,Creditor" -, .,.... :. -
.5 J. :CRA.TER or VULCAN'S ,PEAK' LL"persons haying demands't- against the estate ____st, ,'.Augu8tiieAuust18h,1494. ::""'" ;:6m,. ... four.botUesofypur.SamparUIa.and'done' .hav .of Septembernexty and will, ,be\'ontuinedpp*:
Tale of tie 2& "" ": : mWmore than uiitil .whole stock-is taken.= '
Pacfyc, by J.> Fennimore_ Coopef:! of. James James .deceased-'late 1i A thonsanadolLuntworthare : : te
: Trice.SO cents. v"THE Duval County, will p'resen.tthem:' of ,.,.."/'r. :& .ATEOE'FLORIIj.. :::. r : d.I WSq much.\bettel"'iande: dj; m : .In.' behalf of th'e'Commissioners _,

RAID OF aOMEZ.:)cents. thenti ated'to..'.the; ,undersi 6trea.for properly au- '_ fUigH[towhom these 1flitj. .- .... dtir1ye1ietc4. You are at >liberty to;'usethiafo'rthebenefit :i .D... .r. Y
payment ..
-.jS --Ift'A.TAL .ERROR : >' :TTc within twoyeirsfoth.. the :date hereof or their;! .r'f t et ....... '- come. of tfie afflicted. ill ...' i ;. 4ngu41849.JI '
'.ti Bythe Countess l' "' <:0 -1' ''4 1
"f.Blessingtou.25 cents., claims'.will' forever.barred_by,the'statute uI :U:A.rale::., ',rHEIRAlluBQmo: .. .: '. -. .THOMAS.:! HAGAN, Adin'r. -: It'.t' mefor 'na 1S1Il1S011.9. jro applhl % '1';:. ;, ;;; 'COULD' + ,TO 4 If!."'WALK fryfbest '.":..; .. ,AtJab r;.:Notice.
:;i 1 tJr tile Jfaaeak War,'-2$ cent ;MARY 'ANN JAMES kteofGeorgfjChurch e :LTb5 .DrZousendsSarsaparil1s! 1sth .ve :
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T1IEJVIRGIN: ; ; THE SUN ;'Jacsoznil1e,5oct:27is4o.! ; :, .. personjiinterested are : } } remedy ;for female complaints''there is ;'S'1'eeu ,afer'ae I shall make 'ap1l'ca?.

A Romance tftne last Rnoltaioa in Ptntf 25 cts. .. ..._: .' ,- ... .._ .. .".L"" 2mUCORDIALS .. :,....> their..objections .'it. 'any"'liereby.theyhaT) otifieA toiheti3sU'd tofile" :bo""disputing jthousanda and:;thousands" ,i.ofweaHindt4 l ; :ti i Columbia. D for e;the letters Judge.ot of Ad JPn'jbaU

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Jac1onyifle, Sep. 1;1849. ; ;i&a:;;'';Marfscatoa.. :Curacao .: Wise said'.'I4wr nc '''wu.--'ano.nth3.after.date, pther-j I n e.4 J>1j Oe.\(diseases females are -Wrtlon.Jotthe. William C.Baid.County.deceased .' X 1 1i i
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: 152??! case, Sardines r.01iT & 'C .' *i ** ot office,: : : t 1q .I ., ,%
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