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: January 5, 1850
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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,enl Insertion. To yearly '1 HE, .SOUTHERNICrmnrksef QUESW1ON._ ,' 1 It ss neither.upon:'generosity, u fj istie ;nor iJeterminetl to aidiu the election. of oar candi 'elegantly shaped!; bis,aspect 'amiable. his .hair ,.

ant will be made. rar before in- I constitutional Jaw; .and..it asserts a :ductrinwhich' date for'Speaker., ;'. "'-" flows in:beau tifuUhadestwhich:: nouniterl "coJi <
paid ,
All advertisements must be : would not be.tolerated for ij6g1ment jno-- Now ; ors can;match faUioginto graceful rhbe1w'' ,
rt3" By referring Mr., 0. IF. Illlliard., of Aliubnmn L ; gentlemen, I;-have" spoken .out frce1y :
rejular costonier. I. applied to the'ordinary transactions .0 hid ears.agreeably: ,
erti ion,unless by a ascertained (--.what fc1tit'to'be'n 'duty to wy..' ''We' must eoucMbg on his shoulder,
the requisite sum maybe life in any.part of the, civilized. world.,, I look the'dangers which threaten and par!inlcfnh cruwuot his head, .iI"e.th -.'
us'.i in '
wr terms HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES U. S. DEC. 12 the faw. :
with the adrertisetnenu Mr Schenck here interposed. to gitre blS'Ylews : The Union'mustbyd. Do head-dress. of the svcl ,of/the ''Nazarit. fiw,
4.tranntmued not marked with the numbei Mr. Hilliard said: The'gentleman'from Massachusetts of the Wilmot ProviO, disclaiming .that:.name >whosevocation. !it_is to agitate: .not suffer:'men- iorcheid U smooth, aind his .cheeks without a t f '

0":: Admtia menta will be continued until forbid [Mr Allen,] who has just resumed his for it. anJ asserting that it was ,ordinance. tionsl .to.drive you inpon fatal meuresThere dangerous :ques- spbtsave that'of. lot ely, red Iiwr nose',and .:
required, ,fT to disregard the declarations which of 1787 'which was intended to be the 'mouth formed with
insertion seat, ; cls applied to .is.pitrzotism enough and there h firmness are :exquisite symmetry his .
far.tFive several I hive made to-day in this hall Territories of the United States. J beardia thick and '
cuarged for all annnunre- gentlemen iough,.to arrest the:'evilg, .;which threaten' us suitable to the hair otV'Itisj "
flollars will be char:"1 in relation to the perilous condition' which I Mr.Hilliard resumed-his remarks,'.and said, I.repent :what. ,! hlve'&lid-those of .ns'.wbo.sh; headj, reaching a little belcr his'chin.nnd,.par: ''

nti(fcandidates fur office. 00 tbe government uow brought on the ground what Virginia generously 'gave was :subjected' :withy ,u as 'representatives'from the Southern ted in iheiriiddle1ikt} forki his eyes are bright .;

&oluarro for 51& Months. : s ilO that they have spoken.under the. influence of to the ordinance of 1787. rl shall not .now stop Stites,'on' this side, of the:'chamber '_ 'ho clearund. :serene He :rebukes with jtity j'*' ''
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: : and he treats this impressive occasion etunselt.wltb1l1.lldn and invites with ..
Debtnm and Creditors passion; to speak that ordinance;..its authority was. further. themosr.
Sotice in for Leuers of Ad-ninisirfrtion 5 .00 with unbecoming levity, in likening the irrepressible -! questioned by some" of the"ablest irien of"that' Thepeople; of'the' State of. 'Alabama' / look to tender l d'pt'l'l' L siTe language. ,UU whole ad ; .

-pjilicat'um nottres will be insmed gratuiusiy. burst of feeling which has more than day; but let it p.iss. The attempt to settle;the I this Congress with the deepest.inte es They drciiswnethcrJnword.orUecU, being elegant j" .. :' '
Jj": All religious once interrupted the count of 'this debate, to Wilmot Proviso,now on the, basis.of the ordinance will hail .withjoy.}the, triumph of patriotic and 'brave, and sTrictly characteristic of so:exalted 'I '

be addreaoed to the contrived applause which brought one of of 1787 is a vain effort. The'Wilmot Proviso r magnanimous policyj-biit.if; other.counsels a being: :No man has seen him laugh, but: 'the ,
must ,
fjr* All roinmunicai.ons Oliver Goldsmith's earliest j.lays into notice. A is a selfish scheme, which"proposes ta I*,vail,and your legihlation shbnld,be'so misguided pre--' whole world has fJ'equcot1'behtl. him weep \' ;:

TfiDSTUS[ C. 1LLICTT. postage paid.J" wii calmer man never add rested him, than the one. seize upon and appropriate the entire territory [ as deprive them of rights' hi 'they hold and so persuasive are his tears, that the muItitude '< .

: All ailiuissable (icrauual-cuiiiiuuuicauous who now rises speak upon this"great topic, acquired from'Mexico; by the common.exertion. !I dear,. eY"1i11-I.believe throw,off the authoriI -' cannot withhold ;heirsfromjuiningiusym..' :

Miareed aa adterti&emeuu.CP I which has so unexpectedly been brought up for.: and'common'Vnjasure;,' and wlfat;iS faor'lhev|i-? ? *go prnroent.which.has Cfasedt r answer jthy with him.. Us is>' ry'niodest temperate _. .

All bills for Job Printing, must be paid on the'lirrry discussion; niid I s.iy to him and to this wholeho common blood of the, people of,this whole,country &lie ends for.\vhi h it.wl\s'cl'eIlt d.Y, --f: "dwij rt 1i Yf.fhUph 1 1 1 c 1' : .;

: the work.THOMAS. ise, th it the Union of these states is .in great for the benefit of the nori-slavoholdirig portion ;. ci still hope that the''cloud, .which hangs,so may; be in the end, be seems ut present a man of "
i peril. It lus been precipitated into this condi- of this. Confederacy.: The people of'the 'darkly'above us at this moment'will excellent' be luty,nnd divine perfections;' every:'; ", ,

AND11EU, dUll by an utter oblivion, on the part of gentlemen Southern States, who bore their full 'share of i and that our country:wilK go forward pass in its away'gle,, ,way. surpassing the',children" of men., ;

representing the nou-slavebolding States, the cost of the, war, whether you regard the 'rious career enjoying the highest internal -' '

APFB A SO TAI OH. of the feeling an-1 purpose of the people of the outlay of money, or the still more precious expenditure ."and giving the world.the noblest prosperity exiimplethat GAMBL1IG 'CALIFOItNIA'A San, Francisco 'i f

DB determined to >outhern portion of this confederacy,in regard of human life, are to be denied any has ever been furnished of liberty. corrv i ondent of the New! Jouinal ot'Commerce -.; .
HUE !>UBCRIBER having to he threatened encroachments on their rights has the .ibgpictureogambling: ; ',
residence in Jack- participation in the fruits of the victory. 0.m iuid order,ofstrengthand tranquillity.
I take up his permanent hi tellow-citize I h ve never known throughout the entire you expect them to bearjt: J Would, you not California. ,in his last letter ; j.

\,lle, returns tbunks to which has Southern country so settled and deep a feeling despise them if they did 1 You admit that.there REPORT THE SECBETAETOF THE INTERIOR "What would your.:think to Bceercry house .
the unexpected enc-iurgement the sulgt-ct to which I have referred-the exists'an around the Park an open gambling house,monte--'
? upon already insuperable barrier:jtgaiust. A
him and assures Washington letter to the New.York >.
bestowed tables in each .
therto been upon exertion attempt to exclude slavery from the territoriesof the introduction of slavery into those Territories saYS : corner ; laru. A. B. Ct'md 'roulette : ;
Mth.it in future he will spare no United exists there. And and numberless French in' the ,
the :t'U.'g-as now gamea 'center -
of their itNuagt. Bo and jet you insist upon excluding it, by "The Report of the Secretary of the Interior ." '1 '
merit u continuance ;a eplendidly'siocked hirs a b.cd of
I from .mnsicr
thorough .
) h.is been wdl estab- solemnly ll'clu'8pelkiug bringing the authority of this Oovt-rhmeut with the Commissioner's Repdrt. will exhibit ,
his reputation an ians e'ntertnin th
HOC that cqu-iiitance with that people, a people among Government which ? crowds who throng"ihe
and this place as a: sutior ought to protect Jhe- rightsof immense fund of useful information for the '
. :h1in St. Aujrusiue: whom wits born -md have been brought up- all its citizens alike-to provile for its exclusion and will publie places densely, th .t you find it diftcult to ,
he leave to re.DttoaU contain recommendations that
maker begs
'j cutter an! th.u if this le isl.itiun is to be persisted, THIS by positive legislation. If persistin to pass your way through, or get ,near a table,' ;.
who might be disp.se I to favori you universal approbation. The latter Abandoned women visit t
. UNION The [Mr. Al these places ,opt'oJy.-. ;
STAND. ge-utleman
CANNOT this course, gentlemen must take the State :
custoTu he i is able to furnish you paper.1 shows that the whole i
their I the other
irith that the Union is in no danger that u.rea. saw one evening, sitting quietly\a -
e lelil J says responsibility of all the which .
kin 1 of L cut and finish equal consequences public lands ever held by (Government of < .;
of ; monte-table dressed in' white '
I neat* any the vntlejneu who have announced its dangers pants, blue coat
in Savuunah or gtow out of it. gentleman from North ClrUna ( the United States from its ,
be procureJ organization to that' and cloth curls
that c.m
r 1111 could not even remuve one of the marble columns now before meMr..Clinimanoue] of the cap, dangling.over her cheek
t jleston.Javins which this Uull yet I would remind iequired under' the treaty of IM8 with Mexico Cigar; in her mouth, and a glass of punch by hoc.
; conservative
support most wn() occupies seat on this is
equal to fifteen hundred and
the formerly occupied as million
. taken shop eighty-four si e.he handled
him that Land of child a torch a pile of doubloons win hur
tue a tiing
may floor bs stated in his
clearly recent l letter the
: is to execute with acres. That of this vast domain bnt
he now
Office one white kit hands
e Post into a temple which will reduce the m"gnificf'htstructure settled of the.whole Southern gloved and bet most ]'.-
entrusted purpose peoplein huti'Jred and fort\ six millions
th' be
it of
orders have
all may acres One Utah
Aptitude to .. ht. He and his associates are regard to this measure and he added that approached a rlu. -tnbIc staked a hut-.
wirranted to fit. ; .thus far.been disposed of unsold )
leaving yet dred dollars
1IU.llgu.l1euts:1re the won seventeen hundred in
r lu'afangxxjiibiis-iblr nuti-rials against lofty ; fifteen
had been '
THOMAS A UHEU. 110 people to prosper long after :and us the property of the United Mutcsfourteen '
coiii.'iius ot" this Union, which the.baud of a minutes. Next day I saw him running
submitting to an unjust itfid encroachment
degrading hundred
Jack,mrille, Nov. 10:h 1849. 3t and thirty-eight millions ot acres '01 for a friend to borrow
( dollars
. Ii i I child! uuy: at any iuit fire It is time for every ou' their rights. We flo not intendto land. He recommendsjin view of this fifty iiemra
V true JViea-i oi he Union to speak out; if it is to furnish another illustration of that thatan subject, broke. Yesterday n gambler who came on iu.

It' ,n. !>. KC\'I H K, he l'c -cu"'ll from the perils which invest 'it, it truth. Spire us gentleman the great necessity political beside the additional sixteenth donation section for school purposes the Oregonand who is worth some.$6O.000) f
be made
,- June truthful atd bold by CocKtes told me that the proceeds of biVbank.for the
ATTORNEY juii t Us by a m aily. of choosing between submission to' unju&t t. each township recommendation ". :
II .: declaration or the scutimeots of the Southern I and degrading encroachments on our riguts. will find that preceding, were S3000;'and ytt, 'with ia :" '
a hearty in the .. .
of .
response bosom tveI
infatuation .
AND astonished
truly fluck
men to these
; .
pto1e.; and a disruption'oftbe ties which bind us' to I i friend of education :
i C. out el lor n l. nwlflLl. I 1 employ no threatening language; I know gether. i spread ry land. Another throughout our wide- j places, and stake the products of montbd. labor, ;

too wni wh tt is iluf tu.others. (rum what 1 reel recommendation, which j at the mine; ,Now' and then, it" is true, some. .
practice in the : vcr.ll Courts of the' ;*> i be due to nysett. 10 use any other, language Let me remind you of the relations which we learn is urged by the Commissioner his re- bank gets the worst ,of it. One.of them was "
.. hold.to this threatened qrcation. Your policyis port i is that suitable} rewards should be held cut
I I in the < 'ouuMesi'lWwroiijIi / completely broken Southron i ,
iY Eastern \ rcut.UJ than such .ts -1-sire others to use towards my- the 'up by a kn few
aggressive ours is defensive. You seize the by General for improvement in tie
the Southern Ch- ; important weeks lIe took
: ( :ini Bjtitou of saif.: i inl-li-v-Nj r.ilfmei: who can ccmpreheifl ago. $36000 from the bank,in
ds machinery of the and it branches agriculture, well the
turn of
government. as
as 'two nights' ,.
;'lit of Florih.TpJJ.y I 'l.'v; tc.l c-ju:i ler.iiiuus. .ind who will.nct iiudtrt playiug. .
SIU lS49.-uQV 17. I : against us. We ask you to forbear, and. leaveus arts and s-ciences.-This it is proposed to do, by '
2St'o .
October I t hu promptings of itriotic scittiments at thisI .
1. ---.--. --- I I "Soun ca juuctare. In speaking or the people in the enjoyment of whatever rights we may appropriation for the purpoe' of small portion C. .-Raspail, the celebrated French t9cialist. ']5 ''
--- -- ------ possess it isiu your power to save the Union : of the proceeds of the public lands and it ,in '
- who h.ive honured with their.c..n- ;. uow prison on account(of the June "- } :,: .
(-ii ARM:* p. oupt'.ic, I I ouce suoro me it is to it. is to be hoped that :,
o fi'leiics. ia tfiidiiig ije here to represent them, i in"your power destroy Carry out. suggestion will meet the 'affair, has pointed out one of the, powers. of ".;

e ATTORNEY iVf it to te uiy
and it will then be too late to save it. You derived from the sales of the public lands is most important, that of 4"" :
r putting a
cberUh prutuuml ;.tticJuitu to Union., stop to'tb" :
ANDCouncrllornl 0 cannot keep down the elements which will has most materially diminished, uotwlthsiand ,fearful insoumoleuce which
e accompanies the in :
: will submit to hitionFhich.pi '
t'.ey never ie
itse $aUV.I -oy heave beneath the government., which to-day ing the number af acres sold is much greater : cupation ,and first development of '
i ic* their Slatin MI interior relation th* insanity';
this displays its glorious proportions to the world. luring the past than the sear.proceediog'it.This .- when opium hysocyamus,coniJu Stramoniumand .
j'hnSratts ut
AX'JXG resumed his profession. will devote great coniVJer..cy. They The internal fires the earth arises from he i .
l or Cannot bekelL. large number of bounty all the drowsy of the Eastfaj1io
chuit-ci FS
viij h'si..le when the to oeontdebeweeud .
never *
liiiUbeU'exchttirdfy <:0 iispruciice.through- flOWn by, the Weight of the mountains which 1 land warrants locatedwhich have-been receivedin produce any effect a grain of '

7 the Eastern Circuit of Florida.'asi&souviUc ._ ] ar-fa dwsuiution IU.IT aid ut J diahunur.the 'Uui n .They'8 .'cal woujdiv Jl11ilY; press them, they :will flaaie up. Nor is therstnisgib : lieu orJust so rnucii money. The' wholemica1M : -, I;into a.pillandlbliowed tya'draughtoran ampboi'krmi4 ounce; :'J .c jFr'>;'!""#

H Fli, Nov. 10th. 1849. I I ; euough iu this '""gtm-ruuient io..kv:p. ajilxrrrr, :nts1ifci\ted"tloes not/vary a fraction I iUid a.half of.the infusion iniied' j h..t"
to be estini.it but PJi :
Idn -- -they' c.il.iiuity would esteem co gre.it t-ubiuisyiua
I. -MLEN'EU & AKEU. which at once deprives ihim of thJr rigbts.&nd the injustice! vou contemplate will arouse and unlocated, twenty-eight thousand 1 I edy for procuring sleep' ami;.a more liciJ0' -

rear SttorttJ1S at Law, K'.r.i-les ,ht"lUlS.1 stilt'gre.iter Calami y. For throughout the Yhole':5outhel'U country. issued five hundred warra Us of the aggregate number .uulm to the excited mind does not exist. A

own pH, I havt never admired a phrase, You have beard Virginia speak through h'r up to the first Kovtmber. The report gentle slumber even iu the most excited .cases: ,

rrI JaekMtuvilte, Fla. my wu.ch hI is ijecuiiio souicwhat current, that "we Legisiature; Alabama: has passed her "-.SOlt&in iuso gives a clear, intelligible, succinct expositions generally follows and the patiemilawakeg refres"ned. .
I solemn form and the -voice of Aiis-sisiij'p! ? our entire land; system which I believe calwandcomposed.ffis cigarrettes of .
practice theseveralf'ourtsin the shall LOmpelkd 10 calculate the value of the ; tas{ '
1 lK THLL U lIilJn,'' comes up like the rush of her own great'witei has never before been attempted by any cf ibe phor) are of much reput among the laboring classes .
Eistern Circuit" Florili in the U.I I :>
; predecessors of thipmem Un -.isiioner.. in .
11.D France and '
The v lue of the Union which binds t ese I feel at liberty to speafc out J11.l uly. A bi.ebeen sprod e a 8tattl.sowt'whi.taoaJogou8
. )istr.ct Court, Northern District: of Florid I ; -

1 'Supreme Court. at Tallahissee; and prose- St 4tes toother i .iH .L1culauie; its priceless val- chLrgt'dwith being toon.Ltii'uLl-with EXl'lRIE\CIo .. Hh; utJWJ *v& .ij.'.-The New which follow to opium smoking; the reversed -
so profound an attachment to the their have '
luclhoJa of cherishing upon use how.evtr
uedf&cs all the ordunry -
s chime before Coures.auJ the i Yonc Journal of Commerce of
Depart Union, that I was ready to surrender the rightsof Wednesday, less ofthe charm of exciting the 'f
,s Government at Washington.'JlcIlOHERT ; it iscuuscCiMiel by tallies, and triumphs, .: gives the followiug inslruciivereport:, 'emag madon. ._ e
the South to it. 1 do uot .
save a singleexertion '
regret ,.
uhicii btluu to the it euibraccs -
B.IKE& S. SPENCER. and glorie.-, past; An intelligent friend who has
young just returned '
1 which I have made in behalt of the 1JIf ical
I n.649. ly a people of >v HI :red bu>o
- 1 --.- _. _- I those States, :p iking the same language Union. If lean now do anything tow irds.averting brief but emphatic language. After a wearisome It is remored, that ,Col. .Fremont has found' 1. .

'e Pill LIP Fie" It En.. 'uid hoMing the s.uit: rt-li;ious faith ; it securesto impending calamities I shall gladly do it. voyage round the Cape, he reached San weightier: reasons'than "gol t'.for. pitching his ,- '., -.i
further. If
nble oiti&ings it looks forward tot : But I can go no having eyes you teut iu Caiitbrnia. We alluded
us iuuuiu Francisco and left immediately] for the "dig some months a-> i"
g A Q Nill1f and refuse to bee, and, having t.lrsj; 'you refuse to to a lot valuable -'
If future still uiorv prosperous more glori: gin s.:1 There heVas sick nearly three go, emeralds sent to New :
.VXDounselloc h ail this be'so it hear-if you will not regard the remonstrancesof YorK, and in ,' .
ifci ous than the |.ust. But tUuu; I mouths. His tent was in the midst'of dry.saud- paced the hand ofa lapidary f -

il : at 1l.a\D, may bu destroyed, and will oe, uuless the measures :. a people now thoroughly roused by the unjust heaj'g 'with the thermometer at an 'average'of for the purpose of being cut. They were ,said <-- .

JACKSONVILLE 'LA. which! some gcuiltmen in this hall seem measures with which they are Threatened 112 degrees during the day. Many of tbe ama- to come from Fr mon ,'and it is now. hinted '
mind is made to stand with the of ;
ILL so resolute to pnvsai-e at once arrested. A my up people teur exhausted with the.,hard that a large number of similar emeralds cora : .
v attend to any profession il business gold diggers were > ,. ".
that section of the Union in resistance ,
oppressed "
st M entrusted to him in the Courts of thepro brave. generous, high. pirited people, who coinprehe'ud labor, and sutferings of blistered I hands; otht'niwel'e lug from the same source, nre under going the ; '
and You
.sIt Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at their l'ightI/an.j: 'who know how .important to your measures your power. going about with their arms in slings ,same process. Col.Fremont haspossiblytound ,-" l -

r--dussee He his aUi such .iu a lv.mta- it is for free States to resist the first en- have the majority ; but the will of a majority from the''sam cause. Finding his recovery the deposite from ,wh nce the,MOl teUUlU ,de., <" i ., :
disturb the of the '
. I acnnectionwirh.iDiLble Liwyer W ish- cro .chmeut of tyranny, ia whatever shape itrn.y cannot great principles constitution doubtful if he remained'at'the mines, after pay rieved their magnificent emeralds. '. '
it the constitution. : .
.8n I Ie come will, under the pressure of a great ,nor can interpret I l his i $:00 and his i An .eccentric # ";
II I F0nctys will ensure a pro.up. .u I s ee'allectioa Iu our government we are protected against the I Ityr.lUny lug nurse physician $700 bachelor, wii'lately died ,., ,. .
, I of such claims as ill .y be placed necessity, break off an alliance which employsthe of a popular mAJoritythe worst of alittyrtnniesby more, he was able to reach Sau Francisco and Madras, has left a'sum JE1000, the interest ', .' S.
machinery of a common government against embark for home. I of which is to divided 'of .
10 ; h<loJtginst the Uuited Stttes.CHARLES the provisions of the Constitu- annually into five partiou J : :
'ptSI49. ly them without pausing to cast up its value. tion. When the powerof the nnjority transcends Just before he left that place, two young men. to be distributed at the discretion of St Cyrus.: ." '

c.t The Union is a government of couseut, not of the limits of tbe Constitution it ceasesto whose, parents are opulent in New York, and Kjncardineshire.i One portion to< be given to/V v. :. .;
1- force. When the soul of the Union is fled, how whom he bialotten seen in fashionable costume the tallest.wbniau that has'been married in the "'.
( E \V A A L survive I When til* fraternal affection be law,and becomes usurpation. : .* :
I can u longer on Broadway, accosted him. .Their rough'ex- parish during the year end one to. the shortest ", I '
'n .1UC.I..Ni. ILJACKSONVILLE which hoi.is.us together in willing assoc Before resuming seat, 1 desire to allude, tenor had so disguised them, 'that they were A third portion, goes to the oldest woman mar;" ";' .

c E. F. Jtioll i:5 JC6lroIcdVb.Ll girdle can be thrown gentlemen will allow me; to what occurred in not. recognised. One thein.was. .driving anoxteam ned during the year, and the fourth 'to the" i" :
I..I/SALES in 1 ihi-stt states enough to bind them the preliminary meeting which nominated Mr.Winthiop ,. .... : .
D any pirt of the County attemle4aireapectully I aroun strung at 200 per month, and, the otherat youngest.. .; -";j '
oIicited.I.1Tille It is o. uu avail that yoa point to a future ofcunvuii"ii for the Speakership (Cries of 'certainly similar wageswas; carrying bricks on a boardstrapped '.. : ',. r' "

May 6, 18-8 and b.ooJ'whiClllie: beyond the hour certainly"-uGo out j J' When 1 ,came to round his i neck, as tender to ..somemasons. Very Go d.-The folldwfng curious sentiment:, :. c.. :I'

,. p ( of our separjuou Any thiug is to be preferred Washington, it was my purpose.to vote for .Mr-' With scarcely an exception, the gold was drunk at one'of. the celebrations on>the -4t'*' -'" :;
7 submission to Wiutbrop for Speaker. An accomplished .gerftlem of July ,' '. .
,e f AGENCY to tin iguoiuinous tyranny- hunters,were all anxiousio.return. .Pride,prevented : ". ; + I t
tyranny which revels iu the were'Wunloum' tn, admirably fitted in every way .to .preside some; want' of means-many others. ,borne "Woman-Gentle patientself-denying, lth'o1'' t -;

:0'' I OF oUts streiigih. Men resign life rather that submit over a body like this, my personal friend, them'congratulated him that he.had,such a out her man would be a.savage,and the earth a:, .:. '. ""i 7' ;

DR. s. s. rl'rCII'tL' to.tiiat which robs lite of its value. 1 appeal 1 could not hesitate to .vote for him." When, good excuse ,.for. :rtt rniug., They would willingly desert." : ," :. ;-

ttS [LVTD MD1CINE.41kinirctZh to the fri ads of the Union. 1 may well however in the, meeting which have referred exchange,their health'for his debility, if "Without; her,*?. we guess-ian would be a"?; j( :'i
o. avOw myself to be one of them., In the.cauyasa a resolution was brought Jor ward_which, they could only,reach:their,:homes g tio. i isapjxinlme.Lt scarce:'urticl ,even,to make.a savage'of. -Erax- "- %* :;' A tI

lt dithngutshedzucces ia the through which i passed last summer, i bore in ,was intended as the. basis of an ,understanding : and: dejection ,were counnon. .don Post. 'f, '.:: ::. }j

h cure ofConsumption my band thai banner which the gentleman in regard to our action upon the .dangerous' "Scarcely.one had realized even' moderate expectations. Very .goqdj indeed but jour undoubtedly, >". -!> i

JfT agbs Catarrh, from'Virginia [.lr. McDowell described in that question of which 1 huvejust beezispcakitig'ii.ndwhen ; mistake'the'sense of the toas; :You have n't gvt': C-: : ', ', '1'

eloquent speech by which we were all so much found that we. could agree o'nothiug' ,the,true.rciiding., 'The; ntiment" cle ii
luna :
H art Diseases,. Dyspep-| moved at tbe last session. 1 bore thai great banner I at that time, Isaw, the difficulties.of):1i position.. if GOVEILI43tUtT. ., ta.i T-;A New .Yorkletteriii,. .(and'.don'tlijay..so?) that"WooianjrifAOTtf.A ir's* -*"- ,>.'J ; .4

I 0ouorrhoea, Piles, Female[ in triumph. 1 spo&e for the Union., 1 urg- did not"expect the resolution .to pass ; but J Pennsylvania f says: -. mak, would is savage'&c.? :No doubt of it.--.', : ; ', "

Complaints &c. &c. ed upou tbe generous people who gathered u- i did hope that a free conference would followiu Accordinglyi; let her njarry;. fcEvery oinnn' '
'. bout me, and heard me, forbearance.. J insisted I'which we might come to some good understand- '.Tbere is_a very general opinionin Urall street :should.have her man' -. :'.

ALSO that we should trust to the forms of the government ing.' Failing in,this,.:J .withheld my ;yote ..lbrI .I find, that government :securities' 'abroad'will .. Boston ,Post. ': ) .t

1" S. Fitch'i-Supporters, Shoulder tor protection until we found hem.insufficient -I some d J'8 from my Jrieud, [p Wiuihrop; ;il&nd decline when the news of a S'0,000,000 g nru- ,A correspondent,' writes' that_m -j -*( >: .. ,'. '" 1

barriers. 1 vindicated the people of the "1 know th ibis was felt' fur' nor by\jue than mauL deficit is divulged. .Such an impression as 'the encounter.edMrs.Prtington"ou ,:: {. "
cu. Inhaling Tubes and LeC' :ln the' while is baiving'in.the meantime,'asomew bat liufuvorable theRhlDe who, informed : 1, ; "
him. :
Northern States and did not hesitate to,declare itcuId"beby ; mwu ,,,having th. she ...
\ him it had been
., res on Consumption, and..thecrt that it was belief the r'justlegLslatit'n in I I conversed freely ,with :several ,ieadingrgentlemen -" %ct upon'the.:Imarjtfet .here.' The.. sale the Swiss; up to learn' the prices of ., ;, "

J preserving Life and regard to the my government of the territories of from the non-slavehoWing.Stiites; .in,regard, to-day: were at a decline.' '. .herwjiy putty:from to tld out'what glaziers'made,and the: vas: _then on. "?,,'" k .,

.- Health to Old Age the United states which ,had ,been threatened1 to the slavery question, I'found on .their part .a The credit'of the .goyernment always4dfeprcciat I' : would JPutch madderi -"' i'. 1i:
"' ; hoping .
n.t.come tbvextrettities.....
under '
.towards the.Southern States: s under whig rule, la 1841 : ,the t-. : 1
and which ; so indignant better disposition .
1I kC.q &. against they .were ; I She had been;disappointed while
wouU. never be consummated. Now. then: tentiemen and jiheir rights than.I.had :e OTpbser&i, before Harrison, &"Tyler a tit ,ihebondaof, J thegovernment' :m ,]ttome,'at > :
: nut
.were.hawked.about the streets,'ot getting a,sight.of any olJh. !ope's bulls' '}h
\ I .ij call ior ,IJieltto llbatftb'eHouscought.tobe organized : t
'I.U' : :
ken appeal to'you ,on fqrvbearance ; hide :
: appointed Agent for the sale of nor \horns. r
: I London for the;\vant and had 'to ..'. ,
that iu purchasers; 'rv.an i
seamed "
Goods and will them ; and 1 solemnly declare to you, that it ; and. it .to we it was, eve- : j.- ', : -' y :
keep constant. .AsebpnasthelJiemocratd'were ;
'&IUd at wy Drug store. .n the fowa of .rests with you to.lae the government from the ,I7;way2tnport4nt.tO"secure a Speaker ,friendly j I be sold mucUj.bel6w xestored'parV" credit; of the-:- Ship Atlantic,at Eigirton. from- 'Zeleace.: ,--,: ._ _

&! mps Bey,ha. perils which surround it. .Upon you"will,jrest to the: Adminjstraliori; ,#The nUminiatfationought to p6wer.thj& wholeTofMr. ; 'ports ia'.(aptssei widshipnan t einofJohn('. -'. "'
revived and'.5uring .
:be able to.bjring its measures. fairly;te j government: ;
Dr. L. D. ROQ2HS. the responsibility of settling this. great ,ques. to Polk's administration / Spencer, was killed byjwiEnglish UeGte b,;.,iJuel '_ "-
'though con meting :
tion. The. people ofth States,' the civiiixed.. fore the'coiibtirjrf and thisii;;could nottJo-wHh.ar'iSpeakerandwithMnmuiteeKbosule ; 'ii ; on'one at the,Piefi ,islarid Tie :",.:' ; :
)r: ; world Aod the tiodofthe.. Universe will bold : toits pplicy. i a foreign jrarf GovErnmeutbequrities .*1. f '4cC 1 : b& ghs .r. "' ',,
sbJ n'-ci
teh'8 Gt1lJu : Boplt TO bVAUD." : sever4l and had,. th" 4 .. : .
- IJIrt1onS> for promoting Health, and Into you responsible for the consequences.. :It,ia 'in' ;jl: did 1not" .doubt.,tbat .when'_its: easuje" :ways} per'ceJBVabove par.noBobner" .porfchasers r ; have
,1 Mothers in the Mauiigement of your power,to.'redtore burwouy to :our: >systed i .were fairty presented.to tbe,'wuwr tKe." ;.pei- Fithpat'numberr jBut.:> 'ed aehotber'moutbanflh were: blow ** ."1'/
it is ,
1 igl into .than al-
[ !I :
adminisrraUou .fOr J JhY ahicrept power, r
. may be had, gratuitously, by caU -to t rn.t c government from the. dangers,upon pl6SOQ4 sustalbO. .. ,. J 'the dedine I .This is natural. intotc.i.! : :. ,)t:; ,
,.u- *the store. as above. Au extremelyJjSAogwt which,it'is,driving,and you can.do,it'"vhhj .iiOe:. thai T Itias;, rc.'Ire'C; ractenz 4. bj.bouety .ready:on l L auditS WhiggeryiteeUJ deadweight -' '. : : .- /:;U: '
cb.oUUQ._ out u single nd ca.; Tbe VVilmotProviso, ;'vus' iiid by'n'b1ity,.. Inhe1wpethe: ,:tb ; fLl.Sfh decliner :did! Squire BWlectcdJtzdgeof4e.n.:..- ,: '

1849. \J it is styled bjr those who chaim to represent.th'1t the i'daDgeroni.legfelationjtt: 1 ferencery to slace-, tirries dbwuTwitli it both'tbe"" honor.andpubliocredif I tenor: Court of some,f bmiij: tK.Q aia%:,';" z.1''r ._.,

measure ,on .tbi&.ttt; r-the.: .WUmot .Proviso, 'wopld: ,not be:pree&ed;and,that: :tb'e infliieace.' : .-1 ,? ,. '_ 'of'- .the", '.S,country". .. .._ ._: V *.q. v .. '. ,: .WJiei.he, wcntDme"t" bIatkUgitCd '' "
=A .few single and double: birrei which seeks exclude tbedtzeus.of| tbe slaveholding of the Soutl ernWliig'membeer.ba iegis- :yoIaro;A1rba ""'; "'. 0'ainTVi

,; ;of jsuperior quality for Sale.by. .;: State;*(from Calilorniaund.New fJt latioo'irbttlcl be ikr'greater;by aaBociaiinglwitKihan ,. .Alpaca is.npw.uaed,in tie.rnantactuteofjitm._ .. :.'.1'h m i\n "ol wlj : ; -'.,. '
. "- tt A.'M Rt.&D co has hot a single'pri&ciple to :ar "'Qut.1iortll ntr.i ii b1Lts :\'-" < '{"-; \ .-!'I-, >':'';,'ifi'. .y- ,,. '.".,': ...". w" 't.'i t.t.vr """. "f.f.i
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.. .'From, 'the Washington Un on.:. ,in the present cJmtlition_ of the( penin i .1 Ii' E.l.:1'.Ii": ',:'" : befl ront_,IoTafidtt oflaw imd.,3uttowarasapow esto. : .
y1wau1d.nant ri
: j Pous1&s work:on': Am.icnpabU; hid in sula.-- i / :::-;: ; ;: r : : >ries3'enemyxf: The,giant vontdbe :: 're Si onse--rrotJr 'jyVState. f !zt1<
1S.JS' / "A railroad '!3U bib: 's. been: :pro- pacing his if :tji pon the:nec1 of the sapplica- J. J ou ,
infaritfand theftviUze4 world cry J
We, have found .it our duty S on more : posedjupon the.: ameiriielhat had.beetf -ing- 'AsaFpridianTam anxious for; theirremoTaland j\Ve 'believell/tp'benhVdtir/: V,

than one occasion to doJustice' to the selected for a canal '.mtgKt 'to a certain I )!ereI s ektQg;. mce'I ,'may. -b ve believe it wiirbVtne7 fn
; principles tintl attachmentsof M. Ppus-: extent! replace it for all the conveniencesof I said too much!, 'will end by advising those loyal man who CICTJSIeS! ""oj)

sin, late minister! of the republic: ofTrs those j inhabiting the borders V rivers '> .' .. individuals' :who'are BO fond of seeing their' in ry';view of Hie, troublei l ljd! L

France to the United States. The ,but toattain 'the great,national! O,-ts49.Up ideaa in prin! :to l1pw' GeL._ Twiggs}sufficient eviarcpfush ,

It V r book is now 'being translated, and is: .in'a_, ,m'n ii rciiland; ..strategic: : point -. \ =" time Statewithon;;and everyrlridian the will be of'removed shedding i :from one.VSaroI to ,prevent!! ;,;!f'" oaf necessity
ieIi canal l alone .'s ,lV,0, SI.cakcr. .et. V > !! Jt6 '
nearly completed.. It is intended to develop large ::can : 'I blood in doing.. It
the and prospects of this 'It. V .to the, 21st just no Speaker .had.yet.bernchosen :i '5 V : VV V ;B.-HOPKIN8.V VV :.borders, course. is.stje ....,dea4ri !;t. '

",j rreat Ami'rican.rep power bHc.Ve have V Besides if it:be'. desiarable.to : by;; the.,.House'of';r'Representatires -'j :Now:wo haVdseenln. afewplitionist'Jpnrnals { rtherI 5VandA, V ;; ] We to'our'very existence. V
'I; I Iways contended that, whatever mightave i a population settle on the I. in : : A/Ecaucus' 'committee. f.i the same show of'.,sympathy ator of whose patriotism you as a: Southera's deW .' V
indiscretions in diplomay I it is adCptnph\D: : to r fn "
been necessary had 'been appointedwho for these butchering Indians: Even many; to Southern interests _,

43;! s4 a': he was republican in his principles I these immense marshes that absorb both 'parties ::: : influence. and extensive means. of informationwe i we entertain_
i doubt.
nd ardently attached to the United richest and the greatest portion of were tn report some""plan of organization have found 'paragraphMVexhibitinga'- -' --most 'a The-great' Whig party?:; ,
furnish hundreds
: tales and her institutions. The evi- Stale, and especially that towards ; on the ensuing day., 'Fifty-eight ludicrous'ignorance of,,the, treaty stipulations' rlOhsm'ond.southerll of men of""trie '

ence of these two features in his char southern extremity of the peninsula.This had taken the lastof and the feeling filloffice. |{
$ ballotings ,place,. now, of force. between. our government The question Involved J
6 in the result cannot be arrived at i i.
will publication ,
cter lhf
? soon appear resulted as'follows V Winthrop Semirioles. But we rnuisay that we hare never ( ,
which of
appointmentsisVnOt local
and ditches- a} character5
V 4 r his honk Ameiica now being by cutiingcanats
on 85 McClernand 46 Boyd 32 Strong heard a'single citizen. 'of Florida express.in, conversation and of its importance to tbe _! t.
the :
'anslated into English by one of the _connected to stagnant ; t'.tfg n
of the bundle of
of.in :
;.. : V 4j est translators of the French langua- ers into one channelthence to be 17, Cobb 10, Julian 5, McDowel 5, J.: print'tithe erally we deem itneedles, ? Q.speaJc i
which in the above. SNow no one
S errors appear: The question' of )h.
have met with. He is to the sea. 16. : Maloqey'szenship
e we ever per- G. Morehead 4 Scattering c. f
than that:
ought know better. ; Geri.Hopkins: we do. here. .,ra se.
both all these '
ctly familiar with the idioms "To: ? 'y'er 1et : V.
? There to exist in the minds of there is actual treaty"between, the Indians .,
Florida appeared no in fact, a citizen of the United ?
and his version is as little the urgency of cuttingthe Stales \

; t :( jnguages? nossible, fetterrd bv the peculiarities nal.anolhor is to be added, which the members no prospect of arriving ata and the.TJnited States ,with the exception; of our object- ion would remain-- i in--.ron..U i.._. ;:

V 'the r--French- -:- -tongue- :* I its importance from. the part the settlement of the difficulty. that of 'Paynes Landing."' By this they bound Of the sfttedherein.we: ,Wifl0r'lurce. ,

; r.1; We are favored with the following ican nation will hereafter have to themselves' to' emigrate. In violation of this rush, affidavits, if you :haU .d m"\hen\.

I tracts from this translation. M. Pout; in the struggle that the two PA1l3IENT OF THE VOLITNTEER8. treaty theytmade.war' ,us,-and .afterwardsGen. necessary ; and ,we call,uponnyno:: ;. V V
We find in the Sentinel a letter from .Worth made that unfortunate Armistice a spectfully 'to shield> DS from
V n is insisting upon the absolute neres- will be engaged in! 'The commerce the4vi4involved {

$m y of cutting a canal through the penin- the I Indies must necessarily be one Mr. Secretary CRAWFORD from which mere.temporary suspension hostilities, to be 1flVh1S appointment- .,t:5: V

Pap 11 ula of Florida : the objects of that struggle. To are happy gather that there is a resumed at the pleasure either partywhichhas .: !!'

p V Canal throvsh Florida. the advantages of this trade, good prospect that our volunteers will exposed the lives of our citizens, for 4 second Florida Tobacco-Florida V Product' V

{fc'J this inland rivalries are striving to construct time, to violence and their property to destruc- {l ,
ifeSfe 'To complete navigation be paid. We cannot however, like the We are gratified to learn that nsj
arallel to the Atlantic, coast, it remain- their individual profit the great tion.. Now can Gen Hopkins pretend to trump. county friends have made:fine 'crops' of ?

: ? d to connect it to that which is presen- between the two seas, near the Sentinel, exult at the agency of our up this mere armistice against the provisions of valuable tobacco which they' cultivate w&ttt 6. i

1 'd by the frontier of the gulf of Mexico\ mus <'f Panama. From the very worthy Governor in this matter, for the treaty of Payn-s Landing? Does he mean cess uny; and we are also informed that th

S. 'djv .y opening a canal across the peninsu- that this canal is cut, Havana, citizen of the.state, is aware that that a resumption hostilities uiteuld be a flagrant obtain ready good and prices anxious for the to.buy.whicEshoTrjtkS article urchadVing 1 V

::5 rj i of Florida, which would have con dy so wonderfuly situated in its our volunteers are'paid it will not be violation of Jars and justice( torrards'a poirerles the supply by nO 'means }exceeds the deraaai V

V shortened the with the Antilles, the two ?" What does he '; It is not known '
iderably navigation, Gov. Brown but in of enemy mean by a stipulated generally .in'the JJalted
ir vhich is now around the cape, and ves- and the rest of the world will through spite period There is no stipulated period. States that the tobaeeo above referred to,V ami VV V
: #&: I the midway station between In requestingfrom Governmenttheir which has as yet been grown 'nowhere to J| V
come f
V V els would thereby elude the dangers: to Our Government have than complied with ; any

4%. V Cj.'r.yliias .hich they are exposed between the urope and the East Indies. The payment he did merely his duty, treaty obligations. The great majority of 'the market extent except in Germany in GadsrleuVcountyfinds: being; principally a slipped1 ready' w I

Jsihama islands and Floridd, on their tion that then possesses this yet after all it is a source of some con- Indian nation did the same by emigrating to to Bremen, .and pays the. planter ii higt j|'
:1 tisand from the Gulf of Mexico. Carthage must dictate the law over wcnty.fi ve cents for the first quality., V
ourse to the volunteers not that Arkansas. A small minority remained with
.M* '1 .
V *'* "The bard internal improvements commerce of the two oceans, and What makes the culture of tobaceoo pl if-". .
& ,tofff; studied his and zethe immense trade of the has done right but that he has not' whom hostilities were temporarily relinquished able to the planters,is the ,fact that isalm Sri .
; 'iligently project, were And now when they have again butchered our surplus crop-tbey-being able make: o& ;
t4 4 onvinced l of the of its Even New Orle->nsthat, bright star wrong. The following is a por
I facility execu-
citizens who insist upon their immediate removal. co crop, and at the sii time to'm keJ& le&.

? ion ; it submitted a detailed plan of it \Vestwith all the advantages of ) of Mr. Crawford's letter.Withoutassentingentirely at all hazards, we are preached to about our l'-fa- quarters of a cotton crop, and enough proris-

''iF o the govertimentjwhich I fully describ- majrnificeut river, may possibly to the inferences ions besides. Folder cannot well lit%id
subject to the law of the most grant violation of law and justice! with tobaecobut, the loss,of this crop V's'
tk ;d in my work opon the civil improvements your Excellency, deduced from the past e- may
:yV $ in the United States, which also ful, if it be not. soon supplied with that have occurred in Florida. or admit- The arguments of Gen Hopkins are so puerile, compensated perhaps by the hays'which we
of the the necesity of the action of your predeces and his statements so erroneous that we should learn some of our planters manage! : to lrom '
contains all tin technical labors and means maintaining struggle the to be&und in theJ1eld.V "
fiV/ other projects submitted and executed the prompt execution of the Florida in calling forth this volunteer force, still it have passed them over had they appeared: from As yet none but new lands have beenlniltiTa.j V
1 i! 'r- considered that there were probable grounds
b' !, by the board. naland, the concession of certain apprehension, which may have required that any other man. But he is a gentleman of high ted for tobacco, the cut-worm prevailing tomb Van

V )h the creation of standing the community;-resides nearly extent in the old lands as to prove verj'de.,
"The Florida canal would have been advantages*? as Executive of Florida should have interpos up- i
1r liberal watehouting a military force for the protection of its iron- on the fiontier itself-and has, we understand j structive to the plant; we havenodonbtboy.'V
168 miles in with total fall of system. ever but that the skill and of
length, a energy our far.
accordance the
i'piy Therefore, in to views of even been recommended by our "young: and talented -, '
I', .Ir, 221 feet, and locks of'large dimensions Extreme Caution.-The London President, I am directed toy, that at an I mers will enable them to provide a remedy for' -
iv: ",iki'.i to admit the passage of sail vessels.- day he will invite the attention of Con- Representative, to Gen Twig; as the I this evil, and that all rich and strong land.lit.:
"tiri respondent of the National on this subject, and recommend that a rea man best qualified to settle matters with the In ing the right kind of chemical constituents ia

4f This truly great national project has cer says: appropriation be made which will incmnify dians. Who can calculate the injury to our its soil, will be made to produce good tobacco.
: V not yet been commenced. This unfortunate What with sugar, rice.indigo, tobacco,Se a Is..
the State of Florida for
"The of such necessary ex State-to its "
apprehension an present interests and future
delay has been owing to the prospects land and shore staple cotton, tropical traits-
inndo: for the military defence of the
t in gold from California and el \ when the of the Union learn which
people from productions our soil will yieldandoar
i different interpretation given to the since the outbreaks to which I have al-
fl. S. |
'; : 'V N#. powers to government the value of that metal, has led the Seminoles would be a "flagrant violation of law -the live oak: ,juniper: cedar and pitch pine!
; b\ constitution relative to ap. our forests- and last l least
l'i' our turpentine, not
; tious government of Holland to Daguerreotypes.We and justice ln
**w propriations of the public money for our fisheries-pur State offers .stroD inducements
< internal improvements. I certainly all risk of being left in the lurch hear from all quarters high enco We have shown conclusively that during the'; to the skilful and industrious agricn Ii a..

: 1 J cannot pretend to place opinion in chests full of worthless gold. A upon the facility and success Into! war it was by Whig influence, that the unfortunate I rists, not to be surpassed by the much..czyeted
my has been passed abolishing all Island of Cuba,nor by,any of tLe. ost.. favored .
gr 4tV competition with that of the American lime the use.of coins in Holland.I which Messrs. Hathaway & Han- armistice was made. We deeply regret regions of the New World. Nature Has her*
who have the gold that a distinguished Whig has in this public -
? ff statesmen opposed appli- been lavish of her bounties:-we only the
Hi I Dutchman's faith is execute their beautiful "Sun pic
tion of the public funds tn works of such a to manner repeated the fallacious arguments sweit of man's broir to yield rich fruits to re. V
(' .qt .-Vt confined silver and ." These taken in in
I general interests but what I can to copper. are a tent used at that time, and trust in God that: he is ward his'industry. V ,V
&u.Mfl ; say has also the alarm and the The vaunted advantages held out by ,thi
,/ and affirm as an t-ngineer, is that the ber of caught at ; has open air, the quality of light thus af. only an exception to his patty. Thepeople of friends of Texas turned the titl .Df. 'em ;rotUo..,:9 j

interests of America on the Gulf of the commerce Antwerp avoid the being superior to any other ;- Floridaloudly call far the removal? of the Indians away from Florida. Ourjndian war: did. *

k:1;: Mexicoassume from year 10 year much preliminary s.tt'p'to VV it is probable that in no other State at all hazards. The presence of the Seminolesin good deal towards} the same Tesiilt-but we art
ofa of
jus consequences tonent gold. le 1 to think from what we have seen and hear
: from the settlement our State is incompatible with that of the
feji more
consequence King[ Leopold and his ministers the Union could they thus be taken, that "sober second th:>u ht" have convinced
of the countrie the rich val white We not about
western ?, race. care arguing the
been petitioned not to coin any comfort, during the month of De many who passed.by Florida togo farther ,
ley of the Alabama, and principally that franc pieces and to usethe moral point, although even that we believe to that they erred; in so doing ; and we are the

41. ? of the J\li sissippio One-third of Amor twenty mber. je on our side. more convinced that such i$ the fact, from IUT-,
caution in nermittinnr Ion '
;V most anv, and heard of
-- -- -- having number of
ican commerce now through the A t? ; no ing seen a pr!
icrt1 passes
1'( O! the circulation of gold coin., we REMOVAL THE INDIANS.From sons, who hatIbeen to Louisiana:: aud Texasiai
;.J 'V: narrow channel between [Florida and u. S.Marshal S. Fla. "
ed well located, but; becoming- ,satisfied that FIon&
foreign as as Belgian.
the Bahama banks. The degree of security our latest intelligence from the fron- The Floridian isout '\%'
our Duich and Belgian friends ought upon Mr. C. affordrd better advantages to the planter, ati I
that must peure to commerceIg' we only gather that the contemplated "talk' MALONEY who has been returned and settled in pur,St'1te..... 1ala iqt '
lately ;
::4 i place as little faith in silver as in appointed -
: by the execution of this work in case ; the 15th inst. did not take place. Every Advertiser.One :
for it is said that the TAYLOR'S cabinet Marshal I
large by for
(by thing stands in the that ,
of a maritime war, must be evident i exactly same position ,.;
; f "!< persons termed) inexhaustible q :1 did five months since.In the Southern District of Florida charging
iii4 toeverv 'nr.j.iS.Q. ties of quicksilver discovered in of the mest. notable. .men. in. New.- York- i.s,
V Si.$* ** BesiJes, a -anal between the two fornia will double if not quadruple Connection withthis subject we feel called i him with openly declaring that he Dr. Brandretb. Next to him is an ether name .

$ VV seas across Florida is a necessary complement productiun of silver in Mexico in upon to notice a most extraordinary communi- would exclude slave labor in the exer- Downing a =gemIXl\I1: ob color.' whose profession- i

fe of the of defence adopted over the signature of Gen. B. Hop- his contains is opening oysters.. The latter is principally:
.,,. ; system or three years. In what then are cise of patronage. It a let
.J for the protection of the ceasts of kins, which appeared in the last Republican.After .- famousamong thefreesoilers. Ofthe Doct3rtii;
Belgium to a ter fromcitizens residing at Key West I II
Pi1 the Atlantic and Gulf Mexico with- copying our statement that Gen. TWIGGS '
I 1" ; circulating medium N. Bulletin gives the.following account;. V
out it the link between these projected had expressed to Gen.Hopkins his confidence of the highest respectability, Messrs I
reciation] !
I While upon elections I ought to have spofca ;
;c- V-. l and executtd means of defence on thes" --- that the.Indians would-, under the mild. -persua- ENGLISH, BROWNE. and MALLORY,. addressed I of Dr. Brandreth-known, from Maine toGalifornia -.
j V ? two portions the maritime frontier TUB TROUBLE OF QUEEN VICTORIA.- tion of money, consent emigrate from the 1 to our U. S. Senator Mr. 'MORT as the vendor Ofjpilland recognized her*, tJ

_ 'f the Union would be interruptedtheir the overwhelming troubles which have State," the latter gives the following the true TON of which the on change as the possessor, from their sale of
we give following ,Ha is
por- hundreds of thousands of dollars.
_ 4L eciprocal action weakened, and tht-ir dcd the watchful Queen of England since language of the former, V some' difirtrict
tion. now state senator elect from an-;up-riTei
$' .cd by the presence "fanenemy's fleet one i is related in an English paper. since. The Indians have held a council among SIR.-As the name of Walter C. elector List alltumn}/'and; of course. ,was beaten
I I 'Lj
themselves since I them last
: met and determined Maloney, Marshal of this District will : on .it- ,
1s4 tati ned in the waters of the bay of During the scccnl year of her to meet me again in December, in council. lut this 'time his-political 'runningTwas _'

lavana. Vp nnd while yet a maiden,she was one day & This looks very favorable, as this is the first probably soot come before the Senateforconfirmaton smaller race"course, and his expenditure-
and ,
lte ping the rope as a relaxation! from the time since the that have we deem it proper to: money told better. The Doctor's: rise sue
"Pensacola: is undoubtedly a stationr war they ever consented : valet of&'
in life is eventCul.The
4 of official duties. Lord Melbourne the p tyou: in of fact. very
--: : Stl ..Juwfci naval construclion a port of rufugt', was superintending the royal amusement-, to talk of.emigration. possession a'. which" London physician in his lP'np'r.d,he 'bo

\ nd a harbor of great importance to I the suddenly stopped and turning to. him This is all wen enough.' It merely 'confirms in our'opinion' renders this appointment catn; posessed of the recipe of a celebrated pill!

?t 4'i. perationsofa United States naval force thoughtt'nI look, (the cares of'state no our statement, that'noney,nnd'ot'force would improper j; premising. that,, in doing owe ,' ,! whose,virtues were known and recognised in
_ } i the gulfand to the protection it must clouding her brow,) said, "My Lord, what. in the opinion: of Gen Twiggs, be .sufficient to are tctiiatedjby .no; motive of a per his master's fashionahlepracticewherejcverloat: 1&T- i r .
J ttJJ1! these laws which dings of the: stomach-were as'commonasthe !
corn sonal \,
jv my people'arc or political character bnt :
4 : them. by a
xtendto the outlets of the of thenuBeiiea..i
S. valleys i bats saucevilovie'jrbich induced .iwitt
such a noise about? Said the V au ;
_ l1j .. le Tombeckbee Mississippi. Butw icr in reply,"Please your Majesty courtly they are Gen. Hopkins then 'goes on to.compliment: regard, for 'important ,principle :and! I tho emigrating fever,be .found himself?-* y.J..J.I I j

:||jfe: w much would this force and its di- laws that regulate the consumption, of the[ fellow.fljtfuairfi Gen Twiggs, as abundantly. ,'able, rights, which: -we:think .will} be. assail.pd ,.' 'New Yorkitjwith&ifdoll1i1id the, pill-

1 .4* :ct action be increased in the defence of lif' in your tujegtys dothinion,' by his talents to. drive the_ .Indiana from the V V .I'..receipt in.his poqket? ; 'With'thw Half dollar M'i; "

- ,' \" V W0"- 4.J1 the gulf coast, if this military sta- cent rejoined of my the Life Queen Guard, "have got the nny'of the staff State;and we fully agree.with ..him; Da ', here Inrthe.custody- ; and safe keeping of< > i S by started his'own in Ufearid fingers'and, the firstpilHmadftwefe sold,on the !,wharf. maO Safesequentlrhehireda'deskina > 1

_-1 < ; a on could be supplied directly from the Poor fellow?" ,Her M-.jesty than resumed he should have:'stopped. 'To the :amazement. wrecked property ;brought 'the District : bowery! apothft- V '

___ i iterior. and preserve a freo commu- skipping of the rope. and mortification"of.all who are friendly ,to or Court of .the; United States.here,' "cary'shop, and hung '.outpIacards.. Hwarafpushingmaii'juii'nad.his e
__ V ;ication with the ports of the Atlantic NEW Yomc DEiiocBATicr-The New. acquainted with him, heconcludes, his communication 'Mr., :Maloney) ; ,as Marshal: .,hal: "the. 'opporiunity -' <;in'all parts of the city. From.tho little city.he[offices established -

id principally with the great depots in the following! !aDgu ge, employing agreit'amount: [ in the It'waaVi1oro1IbIe
Mirror country
(Whig) thus! rebukes tho.Whig boast : .labor. ,This agepcies ,1 4 V
')on the waters of the Chesapeake patronage is extensive ; ; have :Brandreth' ,
by chants to > pla
New York is The Indian. people, usa nation, have j given ; tp' country a 1
cans of the great line of navigation Whig State:-:- us no cause_for'war. :Their chief- ,'Billy ,Bow-: and/ih:i its bestowal I" :no' Marshal: has I ai-d"aUheirstore'doors'and.&fe,! dozen box* ,

[ hich forms,the girdle of the maritime election-'There: well are somesober facts developed: legs4ehv up the.outlaws,, afterbeing'de-! hitherto- been) so. ..hardjras; :to' :violate r.of the pills in,theirshow, ;,casesqn\the J x5ontr rtyi : .

_ lasts of tha United i States! make, us thoughtful,calculated of the to moderate ,our.joy. manded.,by'our'_Government, as,,"'soon. as they; thtrrju .Mi. }jMalphey.has however. ,open ; by commissions they ,were,;profitaIVad
future '
even in could be taken except one,of the number -'who aeclared :'step) bp.step Brandreth got rIch.TtJntilnoW,1tthe : ;
"The Florida canal would, in fact, hour ,trium A V 'with.difficulty made his'escape. 'Upon thV'def: ly; that, in .there.I rcjle of ,this age of forly-fiyevhe/is: thenearty good hum ,
"Since 'tha, previous election that of themurderers patronage,' .he. will :studiously exclude bon tivan of wealth with a fiutf- '
icome a defensive: line across'the pen- of livery Billy. Bpwlegs expressly : bred, ,professor ;
\V sula the influence of which 'would be wave Democracy: :which isvever"surging! ) said the .nation had no agency'in the transaction slave ,labor, :and. ':employ white\ labor mansion and marble tory at8ing-Sing audi .

! _,_ .rtictilarly felt that of er had and the higher'coiv ,: ai .gained! :'offus 'greatly; and urged' upon' Gen ,Twiggs that'he: alorie )rUe ias-,| >only: ..made':,this seat,y'arhishing"I :up' for-,birn In the capital,;$*> ,1Albahy
by tion open
_ __ b species in- been Cornpletet/ze .BrandretbhasduHnghi3life;: cdaca
should kilt
Whigs them-they 'were bad.meri j",arid ', :> l\
I Mi i rmountable barrier whinh it wouldpOSl' have. beUI ov-rrekelm'jtintfit{ : : and! :'piibIk.avowabut! ha has carried ,-arions ': *flJV.V ,
WI ; contest of : further;; If any;of his people ever ..again'committed ,ted nimselftaken.: degrees etcVete, .
the ,Thoenemy'4 s Centre was broken before the It-into practice 'the ..Jette 'In .the make a locofocd, V" \
I I to enemy.in short,;' the .depredations agaiust"th&whit s, he ; will undoubtedly, good average
W (: : mediate result of .opening,-,: u* canal l tie vided began; nt a his 'wi gs' *.ereVeakened: by (Billy):>:;would wrap .his:V% '_Ste-. 'r irs lteside3regQlating the jatcstitt
councIls. 'Whenever the Democracy and'e with.his t 'walle his back would walk vIi3' in \ hlcf be political warsoftie legislature,*V by-ther. aid wi
uld be to haston the: setiJemnt of. theLmpire' State'presents upon : : cargo,< ( :pad totheex-:t i -r*._* < ,- Hi -d
_ : ar unbroked & to.the'edge'of? the big water,,I'and :our 'gr atFather Lent oftwo hundred his'p,111 re l :' cV V .1. V ,:
; : ; ktoliwi '
V the the 1t4Jj bere1'usd V "
s portion ()( republiJL-\vbjeh .until :Whigs aiay say tathemvas, ; the'coori? .' at could send him and.his' ', ; -' "V t :
I Scott' ( to, have, /sIn '.: ;,1
Cat.! Wsjho a '
has remained with scattered and ; use to fiVVWlVi. He ee employed and
w : theni ,
pleased jlf we
acknowledge '
> ? :as:a nation ,... .
York'eordq ,
down adhered HS :
: : A L&BX.-Tbo .
New ', S treat.with.' which : ; strictly 'to'his" 'dexslaration : + .1'
arse population.{ ,white settlers{ 0 ;iTUnaljr IU. W8.HUVo done: *
'uld be attracted: there bthjid van. :The Washington Union '; by"'gii&litly ahd officially demanding'! : tho'fiyemniriieyers -, 'W: i'ot r gat : this i 3n.' ;tyoerlight.thanCthutbf ; states that .the"BeT;,.O.C .' heeler,-paslor.;* "j

of the climate: .and land and: miaistratroulas' states;' thai; the ,"tHeir compliance! ,(with ''ihVdemandpuf : : ; ; ; ; ,practical abplitioji i'Everve } eaptist'Church: BanJFranciacoTecerr; **?. f.:
r- jes ; at ledalhalt"t _: ozen ) ,'an end .tothe.caupe. ,-of cbmplatn.r; ,.and '
; the ;]. .. federal officer in. '.this District <[salary of,ten. ,. fhousandtloUape4nu4...PGflthtV
_ _ is succeed in opposing, formidable' imployed as government:.clearto" ;,;at." good. : places ps pr cisblyj;'as:,nations;'wficr WO., tfere.before thosein" i hthion4tbaWOUW J
: : (: ho'rge.oJ bf I tk iAnylfVhere
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IJIJ. ,..' -: : 1 : ; laCircuitEastcrsi!:.1I J-vel_ 1.- .la Vo V V 7E M. :-. r"'
1.1 A lawyer built-himars (fice JD4Jie i. S'TO & CO .L 1'Ur: :
[oX UJCCA J. : ;; :: Circafi'of Florida.re .. .11] .. .C .,... ." ,- .- ,, '-.I ,. 1k.-,, ,- ..
oaventioB. form 'cia hexagon,.or'.six!%q u.are.; .J:TheV ---.. *. ,:- .,-. ",<. : :', -i- /i," '; '.- .':

\ :Tbe Southers novelty.of the', ;structure:'attracted, "" 'bI..", .D-.1. ," ', ... ._..',k'r._" 'Ji'LJ, : iT '
No2. : J1 t. ; 'j EVWP1LNESTABLESli1NT.; .
tr : 'i :f V ; :

c'i Tnttou-The crisis israpidly. approach-. attention of6me" ;lristimen. c: _ M! southerner must stand to his passing byjfhey :made a full stop'.and .EDAssnTu. ");, ,, ,. Vl.V__ __ __ --V_ V V- V

t 1ng when eTery too portentous to, DC viewed the: buildingvery .critically;-' APPEARING;,to ..theY aUsfactiQn.of J the : ----- V V ..-- V V ..
ncnt Lre JL Court, by ffidavjit: made jnhiscausethatda
Recent : .
and The somewhat disgustediit V
:post. The repeated balloti g. for, E Smith; the .Defendant, resides,ont :of the.

\ mlsta\t'D'_::elect S pcaker cf the House of Reprentjtives1 curiosity, lifted;.up;the, 'window,'put "his State.of j'lorida.,' 'and; iqv'the xState of.Ge rgili'.

failure5W a of..the gathering head:out andttddress d, them:.What. On motion of complaijnants$o(1citor1eis or cre :

are omlnOn- d ire to sce th do yon stn'rid'ihpr for: "J like,'a; park.of That the,"said Eda'Smith do appear .answer

And however .e may ..the Billof Complaint filed in.this j.Courtwithiiv
blackguards gazing i office
.ston smile propiti- saucy at."niy: ? /JJ V'j I
fur sky four months.or.the said,Bill will.be taken fOI'confessedpr ;, .
; e1oaJ dispelled, ancd! Uni011,'Yet self pres- do you take it} for:a:church'ln. 'One,of Tld a copy' this" order-be-pu b-' V /V V V AV V :

Dusly upon thIS law of nature. We them replied,'Why i indeed,.I'was"thinking Hshed in'some Newspaper ih the Eastern Circuit V

ertation is the 0.ruh3ng do not advoca.te the dis3lutiOn so till I saw the del. ,poke his of Florida,; once,a week -for.thespace' VV ot:',four, V V
d1Ufl1OflWe \ months. ,
are no dernier head out of the window. : V .
but as a 'THOD9UGLA S ,
fth's confederacy, .. V
-- -
foriS the c h: 'ty nf States as wen as the fJT Extract: of a letter from F.A." DRAKE, Esq ,c.c.e.c.Nov,20thIS4'9l .; .
lividuals begins at home however o Monroe, Mich, I
,charity ofin I S. SCARBOROUGH Clerk of the Circuit Court, ;.
I the Union we love the ReciiESTEk, March 17th, 1842. "
we m'y cherish in and for said County do hereby Certify that the:
much United S. Dr.;Charles Qsgood.-Dear Sir-It, gives me i
tsouth mor e' Th com P:1ct of these great pleasure to add my experience to the above is a true copy of the original order in the V .

Principles of outual corn- testimonials are of the above stated case,as appears from the files of saidourt. .,j
.was entered mOO upon many you receiving efliC V U 'I V V
I 3 anJ so long as these are observed and cacy of the India Cholagogue, not-only a safe -

pro mise, mutually benefited, but so and effectual cure for Fever and.Ague and other Witness my hand and the '1't.
we rnt be Seal of said.Court 'at. the
respected, diseases incident to a bilious climate, but as V V
the objects of our copartnership are resided in SEAL.Court House at Alligator
soon IlS a sure preventive. Having Michiganfor .
of and violated by some of the parties in the last several years, I have had an,opportunity in said County, 'this 5th

Ifa ..Mft to their own aggrandizement, and to of testing its effects upon my own.eon- day of De; 1849. THIS; very superior 4t and stupendous Exhibitibn,'acknowledged with one accord to be the 1
interest S. SCARBOROUH
of the remaining equal stitution, as well witnessing its happy resultson -
\' the oppression and injury becomes many others,and in no instance have lever V ..Clerk C.C.. "J1mA1D)1r :J wm 'Jr JI N j ALENON 1
the ,
interest copartnership December 15th 1849. i4m
partners in known it fail, when taken iu accordance with .

de fato and de jure dissolved, and the your directions, either as a preventive or as.a Sheriff's Sale Benton *Fla.' THIS CONTINENTS !

articles agreement abrogated. We do not say I remedy. County @ .

such is the posture of affairs between the Yours truly, WILL Be sold before the Court House door Wi11exbibit at J C K pNyiMJS, oh TIURSDA\r And FRIDAY, the -3d and '4th'days of. ."i

that and F A. DRAKE. Benton county, on the first Monday JANUARY, 1S50,.for TWO( .DAYS ONLY V V V .

States as jet, but such is their tendency, _For sale_bv. __ T 0. HOLMES & Co. in August next, between the usual hours of It'is necessary to add, in consequence .e.of the immense. amount of hombuggery ofkite resorted V '1

such will be the result if the North persists in rKIVDIt> sale,the followingproperty to wit; 'The South- by Itin.erant.Trarel, ng' jSxl&ilipjis, that the material of STONE & McCOLLD3rS CIRCUS 19 .i
) MIC 1:9-I GilT
its present course, unless we tamely submit our West quarter of Section 26, Township 22,Range t'lItirClyVflCW. The edent3.Il d grandeur of the outfit, thia Spring, is.without a parallel in the an.

will we select political slavery aaSm1El\ltE 9 tYPi5cS. 19 ; being 1 60 acres of land more or less. Levied u.ils.of similar Establishment. and required the services of several Mechanics and Artisans to

ng h t&I.Ie question --CC- on as the property ofItichard'IJ.. Cram, to complete the font enssmbk. of this VAST TRAVELLING .C4 V AtCADE during,the past Winter. .
or political: 1 c ,* satisfy sundry Executions, issued from the ,
;k' '11lE SUBSCRIBERS, having constructed 1 V
reflection. Hence the necessity.of a County Court of Alachua in favor of John U.Tynel.'nntl ;
for ,
our _I_ Traveling Vavillion, by which they can THE: CORPS OF PERFORMERSv :
n, a Ucited South
il i consideration and wise and effectual I succe8S. would now offer to the citizens of Jacksonville in *" -
calm snlim Uurc Sheriff, C. Are f that.superior cast not found Circus Companies generally, numbering among .hemgen?

\ action. Let us come unanimously arnilronptY I an opportunity having PORTRAITS July 1H, 1849, tds tlemen wh l are alike respected for their estimable qualities priv te.li.e, as for their superior tperfarm.mccs
I taken in a style equal; to aoy in tho world. and with satisfaction refer to the VT 'V' :
iu we
- public follingmes;
to the rescue, determined that as we 13r The above Sale is postponed until the ,:
J Their mode of operating i is so speedy, that the V

t know our rights we invioktely dare maintain most aged persons as well as little children: first Monday in January next. V McCOLLUIfl, E. STONE, JOIIIV 'SMITH ..:. V I 1

r them.It is true tint the responsibility we assume are taken with the greatest accuracy, the exact :hel iff's Sale Bentoo County Fla. V H .

: is a momentous aud onerous one.: but itis also ant expression of the countenance being obtained. Three man the world cannot produce their equals in their respective'!lines of business,:with, :) .
We would earnestly recommend to persons sold before the Court House door

, imperious necessity which drives us to consult Senprally. not to let this opportunity pass without WILL( county, oil the first Monday M, J. LIP. AN, DV.. STONE, J. R. SHAY, A. LEVI!, W. STUART, ',3

for oar own ilrtty: and let the consequences securing a LIKE E.
rest on them who impel us to our remedy. In friends, as it is frequently remirke: when too the following property, to wit.: The Eust '/n of Masters BURT and \V1LIdAMS.V .. ",V; > .}
f l late, that any ninouut of money would be paid South-East U. Section No. 13 Township 21 '
let maintain the
deliberations} reason :
all of for the Lihcafss of some absent or deceased I South Range 19 East; also South-West 4 of V The JESTERS to the EntertainmeEts VV t

\, :ascendency.. flr this is the fairest fabric of government friend.; the South-West U of Section 25, Township 20, : '

ever re.ired by men and the Angel of Out terms will he very moderate, TJease call Range 1 9. Levied on as the property of C. T. "V. WOKRJELL nQiI GREEN JOHKSOIV, !

.. Pity \,mJ.1Il! ,l\ tear over its destruction, but and sec our Specimens. (P.-ivillion on Mrs. Hall's Jenkins, to satisfy sundry Executions issued I Of that pure dye so often enquired after by gentlemen visiting similar Exhibitions, attended by- ;

1 ;s-. the blullwlmJ. rct upon$ them who converted Lot. Forsyth-st.) Portraits can be taken iu from the Circuit Court of Benton; in favor of ladies. In the representations, so far as the Clowns and other performers in the ring are con V l

.* cloudy( as well as clear weather and inserted George Hammock and others, this 2d day of July cerned, no rude jest, or improper action. will be tolerated by the proprietors V it
t the Temple Liberty, into the dungeon of oppression the neatest manner in l 1849. C. MOODV '
cafes.frames, bre'istpins.l With this assurance, we trust the odium heaped upon Traveling Companies generally by a por- il

not upon them who demolished its bracelets, kfts.fiJler-Ti'tgs. frc.Neighborhoods Sheriff, B. C. V V tion of the mass,' will, in this instance, be recalled. V V .,'-" V V V :.

walls to Affect their own escape. will visited where sufficient July 21, 1849. tds '.'Good actions crown. themselves with lasting bays j V 'V .'. : I
inducements be above Sale is
offered. untjl the
may: WThe postponed V
. :.. As a b.ind' of brothers let us meet :ind mingle IL\TIL\.w.\y & 1IANKIXS.Dec. first -Monday in January next. V Who well,deserves,needs not another praised ... .-;... V : '$

in communion let us know no party save the 22. V V THE BRASS BAND .. . ..: :
: .
\-\ great Southern partyull no watch-word sivethe V O .' C; I) t ;> til """" Is another important feature in the annals of musical connoisseurs, placed aa.it is,under the dir j
VIRTUE of the vested
comVmt'il original: and present mottoes of r'lJE SUlfcSUilBEIl would respectfully kit I3 power me by ruction of its very,eminent_Leader, V V:. V
Law 1 have
Jevied and will
: V upon expose V I
.. our own State. Let us .\loUfor -In God is ortn his irit-ndsand the jtIt)1iC generilly U. K. GAUL, V J
sale Fort Pierce there
at Court
that hu has for ( being no Forming during the Entertainments in the Circle, tlje: n,05t EFFICIENT STRING BAND ._ : j
our trustAnd after we adopt :i course let us prepared a few rooms in his dwel in the of St..Lucie in the Lea.-:
(. 1 ling house Piul'-I county ,) countyof der J. BERNARD. All tend to one'grand viz: making Stone & Mc-Colluavs
on f the point
rest. ll' :Iccommo.atiou Ciratf com, iJ
pursue it. until we attain our ends, or perish St. Lucie, Florida, on Monday, the 22d dayof .
: travellers;, and solicits the t of plete in every department. :
f' p.ilronnge October A..D. 1849 between the usual hoursof ? V
{:3 .forever the name of those who may happen to visit .Jacksonvilfe for sale the, following, described, tract of land Every dt.y, between the hours of S and 11, (weather permitting) thesuperiorBand will appear j

. SOUTHRON.I fineness, pleasure or he tlh, The building i or iu procession seated in the-Elegant Car, DRAWN, BY TWENTY HORSES nI.d'driTe? ._ "
&o much thereo as will the State and County < ,
anew one and has teen recently enlarged"Invalids pay by Mr. JOhN ALLEN, one of the most expert reinsmen modern days. V i- ;
Tuxes assessed
I thereon for the 1847 V '
can be furnished with year Gentlemanly Ushers in attendance to wait on familes to their seat V VP3 .
::lilitiz Volr 2J .IlililiirjDiviiou Fin.Fjl'M rooms with or awl 1S48 unless the Taxes thereon and the costs V
without: fill'pl1-C .niuJ be ice of .AllnissJOIJ.- 50 Cents-Chuldren under to'yeus. h ce .' 4Pit
way eertaiu of .f:1ge 1tpr: .
; having .
. >.y GJTIZf; .-Until a week prior to the are paid before the day sale, to wit. An Is- ,
attwitJo-J 101" the Negro 25 Cents-no haIr <
I.electku every paid: to tLeircomfort. Stabling population, prIce.
iif October last. I was not aware th.it l i.s provided for travellers from the country land being containing in the said 3,6.00 acres of St.land LUCie., lying.called and 'J'iulc ot" Opening JOI' .--.lfte-noon Represeutation 11-2 P.M. Nightf.61: P i.TAiR V .i
\ i'm) luiue was before you as a candidate for the The terms will bo exceediajjly moderate. of Cowrucuc.n .-ACternoon, not 2 PM. NIg1tV7J.M. ;
"Marriatt's Island situated Canaveral. VV
; .;ear Cape -
.t: .office of )!.1. (h.ner1whi.'n. it was too lute to \:\! :. }O .\LVSON. in the River Ys or Indian River; granted G. L. EATON Agent.. V I"
Jacksonville Dec.
I2d. JbJO.CoLL7.vniA _
f .address the Tbis to Don Juan Mcintosh the Government -- -- --- .
you on subject. announcement by. Spanish V .
j # WitS uiude: without my knowledge or consent un RIIII'.r, .nn" '" .Uiurral Jn.ill ( the IStu_ of May, in the year 1803, and Haste.'s Sale oi .Valuable i&cal '.1"o all.CJamauts. of.Private: ;'Grant V

' r' in thiVhowever I do not complain but no : li.vsr FL.QIIDA.ILiiI& measured and laid off to said Mclntosh by Geo. Estate. I LANDS IN THESTATE FLORIDA j.:
J. Clark coi the2d December, 1817, as will VIRTUE of a decretal order of the District -
the contrary appreciate; it as a manifestation of ,,..fl be seen by the plat and survey thereof; which BY ; Court of the United States for the NOTICE: is hereby given to .each and every ;

t1 -confidence Ujr'ily cornpliwputory. Bat if consulted $:l 3.600 acres are assessed in said St. Lucie Northern District of Florida, made on the 14th the :. .of the, said Florida Grants,that '

wouAd have declined the nomination county to John H. McIntosh, day of June 1849 the Mister respective Surveyors, Messrs. :David. H.
.p' solidiation last Winter the Subscri V undersigned, a Burr
FROM Amount due for Taxes for 1847 .Ralph-W: Norris; Alexander McKay.and 1'
2,27} '
in sale
of said Court will offer at
Chancery for.
l which would have prevented another election bops leuve to inform his friends and .' V ," .J: 1849 26,73" Arthur M. Randolph have been appointed! by
public auction before the Court House in, the
inviU ,
ls.-vj iting tbc South iu the
ani the pursuit of healthor undersigned
\ I constXjiientdt'lay .iil the organization of Add tosurveysaid lands_ and have
I pleasure, th.it he IM costs Town Jacksonville; in the county of Duval, V
Winter been
i prepared Quarter. V assigned to their, several fields
f this l.Ii\"i ioli. ly your: voluntary suffrage I .- for tLeir and solicits C.L.BRAYTON. on IVcdnestlay the sixth day of February next, ;' .operation V .J I
I ) ) reception, their patronage. Tflx Collector.and 4ssessor St. .:oucie Co and are now ready ,to enteron heiu,:
am in possession of a commission for that office Tlie Jjiooms aru curcfort.-iliK- have I the following real estate of George Kingsley, ties. ,'t
14 184 ). tds ;iI
July : V
; which the force of circumstances pood fire places. No will I deceased, to wit: All those V
, compels me to puns be spared to >The above sale is postponed until the :,holding titles, or.who have a rig'hV: ;"
: decline and render every comfort and attejtition to those DRAVTON ISLAND. ful clajin to of. the lands in '
, am influenced by a sense of duty to first Monday in January next. any question.,orwho.niay I
make known to you tUleor the most prominent who way visit. this celebrated Fountain of Situated on Lake George, containing seven- haieany.knowlcdgeot thejine.s and V.:

i Life. Several line burses tie kept in readinessfor Sheriff's Sale. teen hundred((1700)) acres, more. orless-valu- corners of their. respective, cJaimsTare respect V
motives by which I am actuated in this ;determi those who wish to nder-and this ricinity able for its situation, theVqualityVofitssoil, and fully desired to jcome fQWrdVWiLkV: .ijI.S h'ti V V

M. nation. abounds in jvjld game, such us Deer Turkeys By-virtue of two writs of Fieri Faciasissued for its orange, lemon and citron groves. tie papers and evidences.pf locality .as it may" ?

First, It is known to you that haycno claim Duck Iud Birds, and for those lund of such out of the Circuit Court, and to me Directed FORRE T! R'S POINT. be in their power to produce., ,This wthe more

sprrt there is every facility. The llntagc I: will expose at public sale, in front of the especially desirable, uspiothptnessin this par

Military. Civil or Literary distincUou.t jrom Jacksonville to Tallahass ,puss the House Court House in the Town of Jacksonville,county ; Situated en the St.Johns River, about sixteen ticular, on"the part of claimant, -will greatlyV V

t : Second, I have a conscious distrust of my abilities -' twice a week e hva!. Terms of Board are 1 of Duval and State .of ,Florida on the .first. miles below P Palatka.containing about six hun facilitate the, operations of the surveyors in the V :

, to discharge, with satisfaction to my $','0 per month including fires; and the Table I Monday of December next, between the usual dred (GOO) acres, more or less. : execution, of their.w 'k and the better enable
\ will be furnished well hours of sale the following described. BUENA VISTA. the Government to
friends Iud honorto the as as any other at the property bringth5snryeya in question
myself and
;' responsibilities South. The best medical lidcm be procured to wit: Two tracts of land situate,, lying, and Situated Forresters Point to a speedy and.satisfactory eTmination. V
near containingone ,
of that
.exalted office. here; and the Springs this time, are in first 1 being on the waters of Trout Creek insa.id county -. thousand less with' ;The districts assigned the7uryejrprs for theV V'
((1000)) acres. more or an
Third, It is iny misfortune to be placed under rate order for drinking and bathing. At t.hcsc one tract containing 640 acres, and the Jt and presentwilI.bensQUOWSJCOznncIcing as a.centre ";:

; pecuniary embarrassment, and cannot assume Springs will be found very pleasant and desirable -' other -SO acres of land more or less, and one orange grove upon point, at Picolats, on the St..Jbhnsandextending V V
hundred head of Stock Cattle. Takeuin exe- SAN JOSE PLANTATION, '
place to the Winter the. andoutbon
pass north botx
the burdens V surveys :
of :
the office without V
commit- D. T. TREZVANT, cution at the suitiof Edmund II. ,Smith, and Situated Dural County, onthelliver St. sides of the river as the claims .iaay be'deslg.J.V _

i ing injustice to my family and creditors. PEOPRIETOH. William B. Ross vs, Arthur Burney, and will Johns, six miles from Jacksonville, containingthree nated. Mr. Burr wjll surrey the. grants in tha$ .

These motives bear with weight on my mind, November, 17th, 1849. 5t. be sold as the property of thedefendants. hundred ((300)) acres more or less which portion of the'countrylying immediately west_ -
f to satisfy said writs. about one hundred and .seventy-five'acres are of the Sty Johns from V V .
$ hey are given in sincerity and 1 ---- -- Picolata'. 'thcfmouth
hope will be
Deemed sufficient : I nlld. For Sale, Near Tampa.riHlSland. THOMAS LED WITIL open for cultivation. On the place is a dwelling and north:to the' north line of the State 'Mrt V "

justification in the course I Sheriff' D.. C. house, with necessary out buildings, &. V Norris in the district cothmencingatPico1ata .

.l\ have taken. October, 27th 1849. &c. The above pi*ces offer great inducements" 'on the cast bank,of the St. Johns an'd'. 'exten4 V I

To comment on the expediency.or propriety r section fjf The above sale is postponed until the to purchasers, being! healthy, and :pleasantly ding down said stream,'b tweCathe: river and ,"
a lies
; ,of quarter quantity, situated immediately on the River St. Johns the ,
a "well 6cean7 an, north to the .State nI V
organized Militia" JL next. : J ;
would in first Monday January
be unneces Simmon's Hammock at twelve miles with fertile lands bearing many'of the tropicalfruits 'McKay in-the district '
.bordering on the west'side "
sary. previously a question distance from the pleasant,and growing village: ,:
of doubt of in growing state. '
the some them already a of the St..JohnVsbuth Picolata and AIr
many briliant achievements .of Tampa. About one half js cleared and has ,Sheriff's SaJe! Benton County Fla. in ; V
TERMS.V :'Randolph
by our he.4ist atrPicola
arms in been commencing
Mexico, in most or'aU in cultivation two years. The soil is Be sold'before the'Court House door: V (*" V tan' the east barik'of the St. 'JohVVdningsuthfromPicoiatiz. :
of runi
; which Militia were warm, light, and of good depth ; an! is well WILL ; 1 .- One third,. ash-b3olanc, one, two, and V """ _.
the first
cous ieuoushave fcraHW known for its Benton.county, on .Monday'in three with interest to.be. "secured_ V
of S. I. ; '
conclusive f Urge yield c tton.- years .
proof between the usual hc ir3 of Jt is
its August.next1. sale, and, bY.1 requested thatrall ;informatio. in the'possession .
: utility. An effort to orgauize the Militia of The water is soft and pure, and'the place 'deci. the following property, to'wit'The SouthEast' bond purchaser, mortgage"_ or power of'tfic claimantaL, be direct: V .V.-

this Division will have dedlyhealthy. Several hundred other acres of the South-West and SouthWest premisas. V communicateu the V
my cordial quarter quarter ly to respective
: ,
llpprobation GEORGE R 'FXIRBANKSf rarvejec-y
could be and similar the whole be- ;,
nu4 shall got, ajacent of the South-East Section V the better enable them V
have to
my humble co-operttjon..and of quarter .quarter, ;_ 'Master in Cha cer&ugti3tiIi4 V V ;to define an'd' estah) t
to moderate
ing on a place ,elevation. The V
thLtenIF1llcheerfuJ1y 2tind; NorthiWest'quarter of the 'North-East : ; t V lish thptrue location and boundaries of the sail' V a :
'St. Nov. 9t
unite with yen in ele. rageis good in the neighboring'wpods and 24,1849. V V
quarter and North-Eagt quarter of'North-West grants B., A; PUTNAM :
rat.lng, to that high and priories which latter are quite ex tensive. Within ,V .
honorable trust one \quarter Section 34rT6wuship 19 South,.Range i.' : :.trt. yor General ofFZorzdaV. V
:'Excchtor's 'S ; "
more distUnc ., Sale.
competent and convenient i. .n. the'p.ublic.lnnd, is a _
.Levied} Jeremiah. V V .
deserving than m.Yself 17'ast..: on by M.Hayman.', V StAugnsti elOc ); 8g 6ni .
of theorder of.tho r.Probate .
N Judge
conclusion site for a residence, overlooking a scene of sur. Constable to satisfy.sundry. Executions issued :T PURSUANCE : ,, y "
Fellow Citizens, lam not in- pasing beauty.Theterms will be made known 1JuSticeCourt : 'for Columbia,ounty; the subscribers V V iVVV
t from V the o(.Bentou .in favor:of lY9 JC .
: to the renewed obligatioiis.under. which by application at Key West, Florida to, : 'Neil Ferguson/and.others,'this 2ddtiyof; :-July will sell;at public, auction'in, front.of the V .
pheedand Court in! the town of Alliga thefitVday. .
J.' V. STARK. :House ori pn
can .. ; : ;
i1UMrge them N.-M. ;MOODYr8heriffB. '
; k Unfeigned gri1tituwhich only jn i Doc. 1, ,1849. -V '6mKxrculor' V H. 1849.. i .,OLJuly2'l849. /- :. of January"next ,:wjthiir: the:: USQ titV .:s D '7" .. '" "

I1 my f best -Jlre8fOf_ the I'now.tender"withI V .V'V.rf VtJS' V hours of sale the following: lands'hejongjng, to:. ATLANTIC_ .&'GULF'RAiLKQADcoMpANrJT .
immediate advancement IIjnl .th e.'estate. fJac!bSumtherlifl4eacdsItuaten:4kt ; >
: .and fut0 prosperity.of our young State-her ..n'Y Virtue of'an order of tb(Judge .of Pro- tt'The'aboveSaJe.is 'postponed., xontil:thefttondajiaJaflUaryVfleZt. } : county and adjoining the fpviji.of :\-, IS'hereDy notified, "that.it is'the intention ,

Stations and our : 'bate; for ,dlachua county, the: Subscribers -i ; V V i gaf ryix: The AYest half'of the':North-West V ofthe Atlantic'arid;Gulf Railroad Companjr.tb ..' '.

*"common' interests ,.will sell'fli public.aucti6n;:In;front of.the : ) quarter ,of' Section th1rtY.& .,and $Township apply:for amehdmentsVthe,Charter ibf, .: la V Vi
Columbia Sheriffs .SaT., .
"i high llegard Court' House,ja th' 'Town' ; of?jNewnanjville, oh V .. r.v ,: ; .t threeRange; ; ,sev ;tienS.ndE: ; .Also5lhe_ .:'said Company, at.the next' mating: ,of, ;the' !n'I' V
( r our ob't. Serv't, the firSt day; i. Januarynext, withinthe usual V V Y1RTURofartofFLFa. froni North-West quarter\' t.t :South Test quarter ralAssemblv of'FIandalNotice.' V :: -
hours sale'the ; V the Circuit Court*ol Columbia Cotintyand V No-ycmber ;l84 ::3m V : j VV
.following laipd belonging! .. 1 of same Section,'Tpwnship.and Eangc 'alep the I -
f J.
:. I Tampa,P1a., CARTER. the estate of JaMbSummerlim.. decease, isitua-,:. w oiedir.ectedxJhave; levied upon vajpd. wUl.er V East hilf of the iNortfa-Easi.qtiarter ibf Sectienthirtyone r-; .- -:. .'-'.' -. V -,

. Jcc.l2thJ849.ftESslsiir' ted in said county;.viz f ,Five'.hundred acresof 'pose to public)sale in front of the Court House ;gameTownshipiind Range j:ai4 the !,rulE'Copartnership her to r"Tre'j"stSag.j .'&., '

\Uh'ltiX E--TL'VG.-In ConTers.\' ion land being an' 'undividedJfouith; :part6f; a tract. .door in the Town; Alligator,CpJunibiaiQp nty;' SouthrEast :quarterof Setiothirtj.; ?e*in,V JL tween.t e undersigned.' un'dertbelnaffl* ..of V

I at1JIO.thCC8.r.o.f.this city who a days ago of two. thousand acres, situated'onf, .;the"river. 'oil the first Moidajoflccember..nest{the; fol.holing : ,8inie,.Townshipand,:Range ,containing* ,in alltwo' 1.and style:of Cooper&1 eab,is this jJaydiwlvedby .--
'ttnsi does un ex'e Santa Fee perLytwit.; tWb JJorse s.'jp neMQle.and20piiundred .""
bnin and"bounde4 ; mutual
the West
on byglands I ; V 'about hnr4anLcortyiept1aprtIon consent 43HAS P.V COOP
s we irere : ; .. V
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t 'hata immege Mtonished to", learn I of KilL S:n che', and 09 all'other: sides':by, va? V(8twk ttlleyie4, ; ponas; of which i pro-edIft.JJ g thereonalarg : ." : j-- '!GO4E4tBJacnTP -. <' : .' ,

'tiye practice cfopi etentthebaueful.. .ancrd' : cant lands and tho,River Santa JeeT. Terms. ,f pTOperty Wiiupasbflj; .j .tp satlsfy/our.fi;JTii f anodiousVdweng1iOuae1theflii ] ? 'Pe ,, J : ;'11i}:

be: infity; and 'Were tsll m .s kidnl g d ,ia ihiS' nude VV knownon'dayV, of sale;'. : :19ued; from.the Cn'Cu POur Aldqountyone.iJ gro.'! 'uses az1;"other :out-bujldlngs,.and, a-j .T, '. ., ._. ,_ "! .. _- La

I POisoned ns that t.he. ehlef.consumerS.more.amazed.wlien' (: -JO.NJ\'SUMMEL1N. fav'6rjbif] thV'Ei'rs t bf' |JauBob;..SummerHttjWravCas6i4andjo'ne" :Vvs% bontne ,buncJred;' crea...are unerlece:and; ,?: : .:-encc'" ,.. ,
V -
of t1i V V THOMAS D.DEXTER .In far _of Shadrtckfland- it ab1ef6i c ultiyatWn "Ter 1Wpw'". aEsu crfBeT' visheo'btr : the: V.4.VGarey'sjerry < _
I ircr.aa tic are' : V ., .;. _._, _, by yeaz
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Cet'1 s.-B.r l sajt1rd.asOn.. V "' :, ---.t. Vondalsal ; .
cock. ,, 'I.n" 'T -" '- .V
V '< 1 '., ; .; : .: .. ,_. Lot.r w. 8":1nWU7nextj"l1ieO ,01' ut' .
\ ? ; .iIt9.nt.z.Ztcut9rt.. .. :. .5AS4 LsTEV4IT... ,;.lilft. V 44. n :THOMAS:D :.DEXTER' "::- !' "d'n-i tuuicutowvrjfc' mwis B eam sawmiu .-iff'* *,
1 npprenifO Dec 8/1849'y .J. <"Jds -< .... ." ,." ;-',,. 1' t.. : ",;.\_Sheriff. ,C C. f; ,: ': "'RQBERr.w.: ?BnQOKR" ,,, this' fpr-which
: r. ,:. i'--c. '!. -1\ .t- < "' 0 V. .r :: ,place, liberal'wagwfqr the year .
jI ; 'try Paper sbe to:death .i.ONDONI'ORTE1tAND" COi' liY .VV.,: tLVt4" iOTiU.LUU.. t *' '';**., ' .. .. *? V
oj" 'em pIcks up .annouiijoth.' Li:: PorslbrI.kwV ". .' .f',.n'D. '; ;;-The above Sale.. postponcdinU1tlic. i :ecutors of:Jacob Summerlinj'deceasedG '- ,'- ;LacoLF. -,'. .
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au4(| is uowIiopene4ior tIrvception 01 COW' I cii.s 'ithbvght$ it .

.. pany. '! .
: -- .Sheused:i5 5 asSB'JSSE!! ,
e : ; : lleatdqianet.PI.rldn Militia, > TmsncTiTunbN: WILL OPEEU ON hell, 'n reputation which this.House 4. '110 *
mii ECOd |wiioMly .
rtJp: 13r -.itj : / TALLAiuei ,?Norn20, ,1843. f .-. the first Monday June next,at 9 o'clock A.'Sltn hass ncquiredfit i ;iif the intention 'of.the'presentproprietor' I F: *

}1 : IIEREA an election for the following Jacksonville/EastFlorida, l to sustain.- ,.
: '
iwrP z i L I ittf'gucsts. -,
ttU 1' k 1 Field Officers, to wit- i .dno'Mjijor-' Gen -Separiite rppms will be.fitted np for'theaC. Every iwo"riiniodKtion\be".Extended i"I 2i 1TTiT7.1' : -' 'ToTfli -' : i i:
; eralfor lit pi vision,one Major General for 2J.Division.one 'cqmniqdation of young Lads nad -Blisses-where: 'Inv lid' ,- travelieiSnd; others will;1 _' LjES- ;hii1
: :r i Brigadiertieneral for Brigade, they will b* instructed, in the;Elementiry'and Gm! tlH8house desirable It is situ iteil fcItmg 'IFlI ntDi--_ w i u ,
.' I, one Brigadier GeneralforSdBrigadejihdjone .bih tbr4nchesof an JEnglish .and. classicilj th& south, with d irk piautS l75 feet 1ong I # -_ flLT6wi3ENj'$ : -

Brigadier General.for 4th Brigade Floridi'Militia Education, and young ,men-will oe: fitted.'for : with ourtyardjn't'ront, mud" i ieCteJ. from. 'T1TirirjII4"I_ I and speedy '

ri was heM on the,1st day of October 1849, College or,for professional lifein the Latin and| northeast winds Thejrooms are eligibly sttu.i-L 'for the general -
p41 t 4) and it appearing by a fall canvas of the returns Greek ClaSj5aflII'jfl, the. Philosophical; tetl lmrgenfld jiiryf the building fixturesfccbeing.'nevv j ;ENTIRELY 'matter, whether prtrI the
: f made to the Executive Office that' Mathematical sciences. : : The House, built of wood, is lathed result ot
v rIJ1HIS MEflC1NE was prepared.by a regular or: cause
j John Milton -- dud! plastered &c.. In a word, it is built expressly ;pKxluced by l
is duly elected Major .General ; : Z8Uli4.j1jj1i
.rn1zenI.! ; .1. Physician, and is the result of an exten- accident $ ; t
I .x>f 1st Division;, . for the purpose.Vith I ractice of 'several in bilibua' climate 4 '- '
Tn K.YEA R.w ill Ve j i fideii info four-qni.rters, \ the combined the sivej> years a ; Nothing can be.Tigorating su S
Jesse : : manyadvantages '
Ir ner&t Divisiont! '
of eWh vici- Those who'ha'v : used U themselvesj j>reeen
about: l weeks wtthutirvtnimmg efftcts'cn
/ thc e':1 the Lw
Mri DA
-I Robert Caldwell present proprietress, vis, assures > :
C; Brigadier; General.1st Sessions firSt > salutary "ffects others need no all..
tions/ The dayvillimvetIo : the the h'ouothat her exertions will upon sons e tiicss and
a Brigade: {, from 9 to 12 M, and the,second, from 3 to-5P,- patronizing I farther evidence of its great value The health at once become robust and t 2r S
James A. 'Pedon, Brigadier General. 3 J Brigade i. ? .be to please;. -- of thousands has been restored full
0 'f ftk' M. Wed nesday'nibruings will be uppointed to "' perfectly by 'iU influence. It in.aervelessiitts (
4Ti t ; : exercises ia English composition and deblathUon. Very'respectfully, thiBmedicinewIicn all other 'remedies have of the female nt
: Benjamin Hopkins Brigadier General 4th PROPRIETOR
failed. Its operation rs not simply-to '
suspend cjiuse or
St. Augustine Oct. 20, 1849.N. great b.nenij. -
i Brigade: After the first term, nc pupil win,be i received, the disease for a lime, but to purify the system It will not be '
11 1 I NOW, be it therefore known, ,that the above B. Attached to the house is fine stablin .-. expected .oii
-except at br.heari'the beginning ofthe; session, and restore it to sound end per feet health.A delicate a nature io
horses boats anti all fix ,
& -I named carriages ponies
persons are hereby proclme'1' eiectedto t. t
one r small 'Treatise the ucau .treatment g
jind no pupil for.Iess5thau term.; oa i es, perloi'medbut ve
: 49j, ; -1 the various commands-disignated, ami lures for excursions. oct 27-2m ca
i'.i Tuition and care offev rand a tie and other diseases of.bilious 'hundreds cases buve
when commissioned will be :
:;' : ';. I accordingly. obeyed and respected .Reading, Writing and Arithmetic,, $6.00 Boot and:; Shoe Store I climates,5' may :be had gratis of the'un- 1)g1; owz 1j. !ije -

'! THO. Higher English studies 8,00 dersigned. tressed weakness td re&tI3 dim.
BROWJi, Governor. ri 'THE SUBSCRIBER, having taken Also gLei'j
!;* By the Governor-Attest: Philosophical Classicaistudies, .. 10,00 upCbis residence perm meiitly in numerous certificates from men of the suflering'continually by it.in
I L. THOMPSON, Mj't & Insp. Gen. 3t One half the price of tuition,according to thecfltiliou ,-. !-Jacksonville respectfully informs highest respectability, testifying to the great difficulties and
L 4 TJ q I efficacy of this medicine be laa ... .
nxr.. nail mill Ka OTnnofo.1 inand.the : the niihlic t.1'ith is v'nrn&ril' can seen on application medicine iffi.n -
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'* 4 ; iuxuu ui j.zi, i'iciii balance the end-r------of each >. to bearing xewaawided C----' RLU $kO 41..
W&4 at term.r to on :the Boot and .Shoe business i1L
Sauces, tc. Board will be in Town reascLbble carry T..O. HOLMES & ('0. described 1 obtained Lb
I f provided its branches. As he obtains all his; materials' a kttlt .) }
te Mushroom and Walnut' rates per mouth, for Pupils from the country directly from New York he will be enabled to > Agents for Jacksonville and Vicinity. of Sarsaparill and fctfto cd the ) ? (

Salad Ketchup. ; and Parents and Guardians, who may desire furnish custom work ut.a'niuch less price ana Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849. 6m gave me. In a abort period it renedhercen
#$ ; jl Prepared&c.. Dressing Lobsters, Chickens to avail themselves of the facilities of this of far superior quality than,hits hitherto been plaints and restored her to Lealtj,,,
Institution for the, education of their children eratelul for the beneflbshC
.1 Mustard in and accessible to his fellow citizens. He trusts tbt. retjted
9m; English bottles. pound half-pound :ind others, may be assured that no exertion* the patronage which has already been extended SAJLtSAPAlilLLA. pleasure in thus ackne'lediu ituntt

Dunn's Chocolate for will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and to._ .him... nnri.U> for.v wliirh'"M.w .' he- r. tiilrpv. M .w fhi.VUJ0 n/WVr< ._* This Extract is put upi quart bottles it is mending it to the public.
Chemically Prepared T '
lffSli t:' '' Invalids. progress in kno-wledge of all who may be sion to return his sincere thanks, will be still six times cheaper, pleasauter,'and warranted superior W. 1). MOORE ccr.oi Grdr.I & iydic ,,
I1 entrusted to the cure; of the Principal. continued. to any sold. It cures diseases without Albany,Aug, 1644.
Spanish and French Olives Capers and Sweet
i : '* : RUFUS K. SEW ALL, Principal Repairing of all kinds executed with .vomiting TO
m&: OilCurrie ne it- ,purging,sickening or df/nitrating the patient MOTBEJS4J'JM4JIJEJL.
S--uB X. B. in Town will be to L
Pupils expected ness and despatch the BILLIARD ,and is
Powder, Indian Soy, and Cayenne Pep opposite particularly adapted for a .
,. p I provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen SALOON in Bay Street. FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. ly prepand in relereLce to 1u.k tii'i -

.. : ..kL perAnchovy, Shrimp, Bloater and Cayier Pastes. ded. [Republican copy] BENJAMIN G. MILLS.. The great beauty and Superiority this Sar Ao fvmale who his eacn to fcut.ic sb4
$Iay 19 = IS49. tf r*
Jacksonville Sept, 8th.jlb49.6m all other that
; RICH SAUCES of every variety imported, over remedies it era preaching critical pcritdthe turn

Si tV'?'.* .cush as Reading, harvey John Bull, Worcester, ill dicates disease, it invigorates the should negkct tike itusitis acer't
H. I{. It CO.MESSRS. **
Camp. &c.. &.C., &c. JACKSONVILLE IIOTLL.rpIIE D & body, consumption cured, ventive for aiiy ci the IIL'flfl.Lms mthd li

Preserved Euglisa Fruits, and Provisions. R. R. REID & CO. having leas cleanse and strengthen, diseases to winch itacltg u1J.t ii
p Jellies Jams 'Marmalades and Preserved Jamaica consumption can be cured time of life. Ibis le
k Wharf and the buildings' attached, pemd y ? (! U2 tit
,. 'I 4D4, P. ii' Ginger: : are now prepared in conn ction with their bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, several years.by using tLiV xfkine. i t

: ,, af Real Gorgona Anchovies. SUBSCRIBERS having taken ,a lease DRY GOOD, GROCERY, HARDWARE cold coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting less valuuble ior tlitst ,tiLt az .
:4f I Stoughton Bitters. f *, I- of the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr.' AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- of blood,sorenetfc in the chest, wonuin ocd. i.s it i. cleulitid to5it ; :.rt

; Syrups of every sort.JLiqueris *- WOOD respectfully solicit a continuation of JIENT, to do & GENERAL COMMISSION hectic flush, night sweats, difii-. by quickening tie Mud ar.d'in'pi '
I of the choicest kinds. .- >-. "" the extended patronage which hus hitherto BUSINESS. cult or profuse oxpcctoraticn sy stt n,. Incited tlh idi.j intalu

':t"$ I London Pickles, Chow Chow, Piccalili, Gherkins been bestowed upon this well known establishment. Their charges are established by the Savannah and pain all the Ui&t-jjtthto whicli TH.H aieyul tf
r Onions, &c. In order the belter merit it they rates. in the tide. kc. Itlrticistht nhcit gj&tuL rt&tvfricntly

PAUL DE VERB & CO'S fitvorinZextraCtt have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the They are the Agents of the -U. S. Mail have and the natural tntrptt U 'itnt% .

1c for, Confectionary, Ice Creams, JelliEs. &c., viz: building, and adopted miny improvements to Steamers at this place, and are now enabled can becured. purities oMhe lt.lj-r.ot tofwuin '*.' .
f I 4' Lemon M.cc Nutmeg Peach promote the health and comfort of their guests. to offer ev ; 'i Vanilla Celery Rose Orange Peel \ The old friends or' the house will certainly and the Public generally. Probably then1 never was a remedy thai hay tion, wLich is the ce cj u.st L.tdkitii t&m. .

Ginger Clove Almond Nectnrine.Sc.ft deem it an .advantage that the table will be under Goods consigned to their care will be received been successful in desperate cases OICGESUIM- for Uimiaie r! .. 5
The above articles and .others of th? tion as this cleanses mind } D1SE44IkJ: ci: j jj, -
cnny : the superintendence of an experienced 11 nd forwarded with despatch. ; strenglhc-na the .hL 4J T. 1. ucfi
'kt II: I4, : : :!; 1 choicest kind, are imported from the principil Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situated system, and appears to teal the ulcers the TVM; 421i LJ.OiL --

.. :11 houses England. Kor silehwcr than any they shill not be rivalled by any Hotel in the convenient to the Wharf. lungs' and( the patients gradually regain their LW Yc.iLJuly.2.i4O

4; house iu the United States byGEORGE South, being now enabled by the constant steam Palatka, St.John's River, E. F January 13, usual health sind-strength. DR. TOwsFNL-Lir tir; .y iitL
t RAPHAEL. communication with Savannah and Charleston; 1849. ly CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. bceij afi'ictcil with a diutw ot lit LtLrt, tii

I 262 Pearl Street, U. i?. Hotel, N. Y. to have the advantage& of the fine markets of There is scarcely a day passes but there are with aterrille ruj-ttn fcrc.T r.J/iuB %ni& ,
I 1 ;'lI'.i Perfumery in every variety, Imported and those Cities. In addition they bring to the business HOLMES a number of cases -of Consumption reported us the greater part; ol the tint, fit lasliic **" '

."a Domestic. an experience of many years; which will & CO. cured by the use of Dr. Townsenfl's arsaparilla. troubled itb l.j tztL uai fm'-

I Se}>t. 849., 4in enable them to judge better the means of attending t'i ES1tS. HOLMES & CO., have removed The following was recently received: ttrfogoftressiitg tke hiatt, 'iibih Iu
to the wants of those who visit the mild uJ. their stock of Merchandize to the large DR. TOWKSEND-L'ear Sir : For the last j nd LJ.S }rti.ii iJ tUf; tjlh u
# f: Law Til ice. climate of Florida, for the purposes of health building formerly occupied by the United States three years 1 have been uiliicttd with general leave Jwr Led. TJa iLJiLJe : hiss' :

JACKSONVILLE, August 21,1S49.HAVING or pleasure. known as the Government Building. They debility, and nervous consumption of the last and ueveae SLe tried tin left the State for California 1 THE INCREAS1X3 reputation which the cli- have added to their stock, by the late arrivals stage, and did not expecf ever gain-my health such C1t'swith lu little luiit. ft lit tie

4 :. : transferred my business to Col mite of Florida possesses in the estimation of from New York a full assortment of Dry Goods. at all. After going through n course ol medicine br.d taken buitl.jte Ittiht.. tiitMH ir i.tmvdiciiif

% "Samuel Spencer who will, in conjunction with the medical faculty for the cure of consumption (Groceries, Hardware, Provisions. &c., &c., under the care of some of the most distinguished tie ws eutinij ielieirdclij.du :
Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to and other pulmonary diseases, has; in-luced :ivast which they are prepared to sell at reduced regular physicians and members of the of the heart. ja-O. tie titou &$ tlpetitireljdisiti i
h /' j lIt & close. increase of travel to this State, during th. pricnsl Board Jlealtb in New York 'and elsewhere. ei.re d.
: The Militia claims in my charge will be at fall and winter months of those who sees the They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, and spending the most oi'my earnings in at She btts also iad j'-. '
p j ten'iedto by myself, in conr! ction with Col. relief afforded by >, mil ler atmosphere,-and in I Hides, and other produce of the country, at the tempting to regain roy health, and after read much swollen. We Iind ttkuu viu td.ettt ic

3 -Spencer, and Got Charles E. Sherman, of Washington view of this fact, the subscribers h.ive dctermin- highest Market rates and make cash advances lug in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved be soLvfted.us ILtidbiiL a (-tlillitltitlofdiseasts.
Jb? ; ,and every effort made: by us jointly to d that their exertions to merit the patron.ige on consignments to their friends in Savannah to try it. After using six bottles I found it -Butit : ; ats iim Q ml.-

.,4.-'.p, prosecute them to a successful result. I have which shall be bestowed upon them shall be and Charleston, or New York. done me great good, and called to see jon at pear, relieved ifr of tbt.dwpj. I tulifit -
iso authority to collect the money due on these without regard to toil or expense. They have a new article of Wrought Iron your office ; with your advice I kept on, and ilo ihjfcfflt leVtU*
: claims, as I have always preferred to have whatever ; BUFFINGTON & COX. Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call most heartily thank you foryour advice., I per- almcst like ctiov. but it J5r z.t iettJxJcttj nhj

I money may be appropriated pl.tced in.the Jacksonville. Oct. 6, iS-ID. tf the attention of Planters. ae.vererin takinq the Sarsaparilla have been reality. Your Scrsift rill./ is -ceita ij i Iv a jt.

pj bands of a local paymaster such us the parties fr r The Charleston Mercury and the Savannah Jacksonville, Nov. 6. 1846. tf able to attend to.ray usuallabors for the last uable medicine, nnd thculd Le uteu Ij' niij
tK:1t." : interested may select, after the act of their relief Georgian will please copy the above four months, and'I hope by the blessings oi God one that is suffering cs v e Lj.-ve leen. Jnij
GREGORY YALE. until forbid. AshuinitrntrLt' LNoIicc.lx and your San'aparilljf continue my health:- disbelieve this acctuut. tluj 'ac, U .liit lj t<-

I .i4r August 28, 1849. tf MONTHS after date I shall present mj It helped me beyond the expectations of all that cull at my house andbuvc cculi.r di u.eitJjsitin;

; Adiuiiiiotrafor'* oZce. accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the knew niy case. CHARLES QU1MBY; Xours1rescttully,

it.41t W : ; Ailmiui rr.tlor' l'nfr.I.t.t iX months after date I shall present my nc- -Fudge Probate of Coli&ubia county fora.final Orange -Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. :WlLLUai .TOWSEJlJu.c-t

WILL be sold at the late residence of Jus. : counts and. vouchers the lion. Judge oi settlement and discharge from the administration .'. Slate ojNew.Jf.rsiyt: Esiex County, ss*-Chus.Quimby .

-aw deceased near M.md.aiu, ou Probate for Marion county, for .i final -settlement i of the Estate of John'C. ,Biith, ,late'of' ,being duly sworn according law, on DYSPEPSY. > : -

... Thursday, the fifteenth day November next and apply for a discharge as Administrator slid county, deceased. ,,f. .. his oath saith. that the foregoing statement is .Nouid. 01JBedidine-h! s evcr.bev dieotr
)t.. all the perishable property belonging to the Estate of the estate Samuel E. Swilluy, late ol ELIZABETH :SMITH.JJy'A.JKALLEN.Ag't.. true,according to the best of his knowledge and [ ed which so nearly men.tles tbegtstricjuicti _

; t: I. ; of said James'James, deceased, consisting Lowndes county, Georgia, deceased. : : belief. CHAS. QUIIiBY.- i or;saliva in decomposing feed ucd etrrngtbe-uirg
of household and kitchen furniture, farming- WAI. I). BRANCH, Adm'r. June 16, 1849. '- .Omn Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, the-orgacs of digestion ts this i-n untJchSarsajjaiilla. vt
,: utensils, Rifle, Guns, Deer skins, Cow hid'es. Marion Co., August 4, 1949. 6m the. 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, It positively cures.oe-ry (1'5C ,.
., q several head of horses, 450 round mill logs, 35 LandiOlSdiO. .Justice of the Peace dyspepsia- however severe trLic_ >zdtn..1 .
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I sided mill logs, 12 sticks of square timber, cross FOB SA.WS} oetween nine and ten thou
'j7li} .. F I cat saws: ,axes. &c7 &c. Terms made kuowuon S Administratrix' (NoticeSIX _.__[raVia acres"of Land, situated in Nassau TWO CHILDREN SA VEJL?. Diu To sEM>7-' tVvr.1 Lte lien afiicsei i

%' p the day of sole. months afterdate I shall present ray accounts cVunty?partly nelir Nassau and partly near St.tftry'a Very few families -indeed-in fact we have for several years VitL (liii }tiuiij it* T 'ri

THOMAS M. HAGAN. Adm, and vouchers to the lion. Judge ol Rivers, being a portion of the Waterm .n not heard of one-that used Dr. Townseud's form,attended with ourun-tl tumuli, ltu
( : s 4 MARY ANN JAMES, Adnrx. Probate of Columbia county, for a final settlement I Grant.. 'The above'is heitvily-"timbered pine Mirsaparilla in time lost any.children the past appetite, extreme heuriliur ,ti d *
-.. I b : Jacksonville; Oct. 27, 1849. 2t4ItM an'l ask a discharge from the further administration i.md,'conveniently situated upon water courses, summer,.while, those that did not sickened and aversion to all kinds : .rfoLd'Ld for etla

: ,i :1 _ of the estate of Samuel .St. Elliot. with the exception of about hundred'acm? vlied. The certificate.'we publish below is conclusive (what Icould eatj'l) haveLeeVcrlbletejetiibut :

l, .- 'a Jacksonville Female Institute deceased,late of Columbia county. .>f heavy hummock land .upon the. St.-M; ry' ..evidence its value, and'is only another a small portion on my ttou tch. ltrieZlI-i
I ) rilllE Committee of Direction have adopted MARTHA W. F1TCHETT.. .liver. The whole'ornny.. portion will be sold instance of its saving the lives of children : usual rcxnedies.- but theyi&d .lait little tIt'
1 JL the following regulation Administratrix of the Estate of S. W. Elliot. 'heap.for cash. Apply-to DR. TOWNSEMD-Dear' Sir: 1 had two chil- effect in removing the ccn j.kint. ] *& icelit

The scholastic year is to consist of four termbef July 21, 1849. 6mW WILLIAM H1CKMAN.: Iren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer ed, about two months since,'to iry"jCEr xtrott
eleven weeks each. Jacksonville, March 17 ;1S49. tfI complaint and dysentery one was only 15 of Snrsuj.arila'andl] must s.y Vi'tb'littlf trifidencej -

I., *':A.' ..'f 4 -. Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic of ice. months old and the-other 3 years. They were but alter,using nearly tn& loitler.

per term, $4,00. The above with English THE SUBSCRIBER has leased thiJilouse I Curator's Notice. very much reduced and we expected they would found my apjetitejestcrexl ;*cd'.lie Letrlt n

.erfL ti 1 grammar nnd Geography, per term$5.0U.'s .Tht' formerly occupied by Air. Hutch wii .V OTICE is hereby given to all persons baying die; they were given up --by two respectable entirely removed' and 1-would ritaestlj >t:

..F. I WQi above with the higher branches of uii EnglisheducationembracingAlgebniGeouietry.Uisory. >u> street, (xnowu as Uart's old -tfu-u-uljLe> 1 any "demands iigainst the Estate oi physicians.. When the doctor informed i us that commend the use of it'to thoseido lnvelfri-

i4 .Irj .' j I douse,) anti is now prepared .to accomuiodau- Jeorge S. Payne, late of Hillsborough county, we must lose them, we resolved to try your afflicted- as J have been. ''Yours i c-

natural, mental and mural Philoxpuy, Botany any who may see lit to patronize him, and usi leceased., are requested to present(the'same to. Sarsaparilla had heard so much oi, but hud '5 >Y.F-YAK ZAKBT.N. .
Chemistry,Geology,Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic I i saves them that uo taj Slbj1t'be jj arfd to cntiure : he undersigned without delrtyj'hnd; all Credi'or little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised B._ Purchase none but such as have v rsr?
.anJ Evidences of Christianity, per term SGtJOE their comfort. A cbuiuiovUoas stibJe is ui- ?, Legatees and .'persons.entitl d ito distribution .that is worthless:, but we are very ersthat bide/tlie ttje ccmj-letely slid lavp
::1 .. vch quarter to be paid to the Treasurer iu advance. Cached to the establishment; uuJ.'.every jutteuUou are hereby notified that all-.claims.of. ihankfurthatjwe did, for it undoubtedly saved -the written signature E.P.; t( "" *

,t will be pail to the b rse5utthus u-.ive, :;vhiitever naturet.hey.miy,.be, will beforpver; the lives of both, :I.write this [that others may .Principhl-OfBce, t261Fultoet2nFVildi1V;
The scholars will be under the caref al instruction ier who may think proper to stop withJum; t 1)irred, unless" they shall be. presented.within be' induced' to use it. 'Yo urs-rempectfuhiy, N.'Y.j Bedding'& co. 8>tate-ff.- Bjcstcn j JyOt!

% of an experienced ernie teacher.t .- -' : A..Wi>'4iOaiO'N' iwdyears from'the date of tbe,first'p'ublicition' $ JOUNWJLONJr. &;:sons, 132 Korth ecpjid-st. .Ibiltdelih ;,

t Provision has, baearmade; for Instruction inLi acksonvnie'E.F.1Deo.2l84; y 'tf' : hereof; and alt persons indebted to therestatH.tre Myrtle-avenue/Brooklyn, Sept 15 1847 S.Hance, druggist, Biltin'cre: ; Turcl A co,
I in. French,Palntipgf-anU.Drdwing TaudjMa*' --,--_ ; requested to ..cbmifor a s tt1etbeix '- 2;t4 T4SYLUM. Richu urI ; PJJ.'.Cohen Charlesltn 'Vi riglt
'b5... & for which additional charges will;be made!; No1tt. tccouuts>ith. *' '; "" -l".''" James' < &:co15J l bartiEtcOrIeavs- ctb
oath 8th ? ummings one of the Assistants Pearl-et..Albany BrfVa -Buciirk.2S4- : 1
The first term commences ot'Ociojer JOHN.pArRLING: S j
LL.persons interested w ill hereby take Lu the Lunatic '
rI : S next, S "Curator:-of the Personal Estate. AyslumjBlackweli'sIsland.isthe Market .and Brofld-sts.tv'evurk., Jv.J.; end ly
lice I
that have this
: .1.a ApplicAtioos for admission arc to be made tohe day my petition TampjuF1; Oetv13i 1849, 'jrontleman'spoken in the following letter. : principal: Prnggisfs and JlJefctjiiits gerinllj4lti
to the Honorable the Court ur1'roLate'icjDuval _.. A t / '1UJE .
t"t.'f 7-V-- UMA TISM. > liAnt''tiflF'TTnif > .
r:1: Committee of Direction. >t4j.--r. '-T_" - .: V nn< Matwf WestilndiWatd '
; .1 C.0UITTIZ or DiREcnoK.J. County, to bave.wy dowtr iu the eit'e ;AdiuiaI irittor'M' IVolice.-- This is only one of more than four thousand tbeCanada$k A 1..EILbA; etit
*4t1 S M. DANIEL.Dr. of James James, deceased, 1i coticuiiiit SIX months after dute, shall present my nc- cases rheUm rthatVpr.To*n8enU's6ar" :- -: -'- Jackstnville.Febmary .-

4, II. D. HOLLAND, allotted me. and that.i sball..ouiM
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Court then.tobeheld. ; pply 'Loii Coun: [ of probate-OfSt '. .' -S ':':'-'--

________ _____ Rev. .FSlVART, : tbranordcrallbttingihesaai. tomei. .- / a finitl settlemeuf/of: iid :Johns Estate;counyi'foK and- '. r pt.14'i647.: .; ;* iib NOTICES. ,
Jacksonville, July 7, '-49.IVcwBooUs .. ,- \1AUY-ANN. JAMES, IhalVatthe same time apply for Letters ,f.Dis. DR. i.TowNSBJ*i)-..J5feay&V. I have:suffered rpHE: OOKS of subscription fotM
S.f Wido; alE! 4dnwzuzacJn, of'Jas.'Jaaes" aeced, niissioti Jis suchA.dmmnistrat-or of which'allpersons' ,terribly.for-nine! yenra with the rheujDatism| :1 ;stock.of the, Xtlaaticimd Gulf KaU KoadJCoinpahy ,

IVcw JacksonvilleOc&.27, I4).S 4 -S interested insiidEstate.,-'aW Wsired 'f n- Considerable; oftbe time Lcouldiiot eat, sleep irin bf'opened in'tie Cfiy Cft:Mt -

Received and for sale take: notice*- MAURICE SANCHEZ ',' rwdrk j 3 hath inogt distressiDg pains, and, gustihe, at the office of AVm. A. ,.' x
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JUST mjlxmbsw tswoUen .'lliave at nine o'clockM bftlue daf
S Wod eIo-tredi&ri, '. Administrator., reterjbl1 used- : ; -
1 ; THE CRATER or VULCAN'S'PEAK ALL perfions haying ileinancls against the.cs-; August ISth 49 V 6ra; '
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per. sci much Inde 5' In behalf of the CcuiinissicnerSj .
tim better ,
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