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 12, 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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i Jacksonville,;! the County of Dnyal,'and Stale 4 4'vr: ViN .B -Er 3J8wi !* 'V- *. '- 1mprormentofB1er,1W&, 5 ;- : 12MO8O -, : 'i'Fortbefurtbe

of Florid sin harbor --
S-X? '- PV a ? ,MichigutfJpreteaTi. 14.0eEOO -
BTAUGUSTUS: C. GILLETT.Ternw V-*! -Vf- '- i. !r ,> *.*- ;;,. : ,,, -;g'4; ; -..-- f .dredge equlprncntazict dihsr '. -. 4

THEM DoLLiIU per anminitif paid intance -% .- -- "-"! '.- 7.j.. 1,. I....? } '.-'- --J -,-. j. -. l -lj, K) l -c, ( ,0rF0UR DoLLktu.irtt the e tsd ofihe year.JjyAdvetlisenienU :; : jat- FttV: -
f1r ., coUNTRYJ burg, on Lake Clinmplaiff U 5660 00 -
win be inserted on the followin oUR_ -,, -z 'tT
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-& .lt c fj 2 For continuation of Breakwater at DdlIug.t' *_ -

y* *terms:' r ----- ;" -' : -- -- -- .- ton,Lake Champlain,Vermont, ; 15.00000 -t
One'doilar er square,tweke'linet and under, r- For repairs and working; team dredge "**'*' ..
VOL. XII.] JACKSOffyLlL% ;8ATtf 5 1850;
Tor each subsequenilnseruon Iiske
for tf.Mminse.tion, antIS cents Charophuni- / 9,000/00
To yearly.advertisers a liberal di* ., Forcbntinoation of the works at Port On v* *. ,,- "
countwulbemade.! ;fri k4h1WMg: .is1 bc4qu ipnve- ----- Solemnly regard a* ;;itarib, Lake Ontarid,New York : i5OOdtpO -. ? .. -

adTertfeetnents nt b*paM for before in-: in theSouthandtheyhave; most4 4 onesnvolving ,the continuance billie Forcontlnttatioii-bf the works at harbor' /**'' ,

) $tTtOfl grAil,uneu by regular customer Uy referring ABOLITION'l on llc n l de'dthat, t'e'- :Stjijiji l For Qdwego continuing, Lake Ontario rnjprotttnentvof, New York 40.00000 BJgv<*0t*; f' -"
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to our terms,the requisite sum maybe ascertained 14te1I them subisthe pecI tvhnthi? ,it,present?. SodusbiyyLttkeOnthriofNew York 10,006'00 -

pliei tranannacu f1 with the advertisenwnu i" It seems to be the gsion -. ,.. .. ,? $ Sfltk9iwhi .v.e the destinies of For continuation i>f the irorksat Oak Or ; *? J ---.-: : '

& rrtiwrnenw not marked with the numbein ;jh Washington," wuK '!how.fmuch: ted, itKvWipre certain to Jead 'to >iiigrentiRepubHc in their hands,;con- chard creek?Lake Ontario.''N.T '"00 : "
oLtructidne ** **
required,will continued until forbid it is } toihr ul Ithta F consequences.JThe; ? ;' f *'" large: -body of t' to such a'consumtf.ation.f .fbfjthejTttrther.removal of at -..
justice upnecesfary e; : : J. v V T* J.n i" '; __ ,the mouth oCQenesee River, XiY 20.000*00* '
\ .nJcbti-ged rot.L successful mptw.ill.bemde; this illidn& lli ( : TboRichmin.I-WiiJg Eor,ft steam: dredge, ,equipment and dis *1* -.',.
17'Fjve dollars will be charged announcen wintertaproct1 sk.. t 0\Ve ,diy toIaya.retnarkabli- article .charging Scows lor Lake Ontario; ;20,00Q':66t!

I f nu of candidates for ofhre.'OneTsiuare..rofSixMqnihs... : : 31000'No very in the District j'jC.prum' ia., We on to.aeir-af etipnt.ibln8t.erer ,-nor ; iihe journal, the leadihg organ ;pf For tut'her improvement of the" harbor tff* ;* ---
.Michigan city,Indiana, '
ew'Debtors, and Creditors, .:. s : 7 9Applicaripn shall not now discuss'JKip.con titutiona1 cVters. heydesp.a1l; s.uch -partyiin ;Virginid.; ILls one of the For theimproTementofthehar-30,00060- 5' L '

for Letter of Ad mini slration 5':00 right of.Congress to pass such a law.-.-- a&fYtibs.e. alluqeid* toi as- *thoroughlv"i > triI ng.yrTOf8'jhe'ti e haVeproT ..her.at.the town of .Southport. iizcon 4

;7l1 religious notices will be inserted gratuvrusiv. Our opinion upon., that; subject, made'upafi theyi: idespid ->'eyeryvyjiere- 'i' ed, qfjhe strength ,and all pervading ,sin 15O j 0kOO
., .. er' a'long arid mature reflecipriupqi| wherever'good. taste*- character of the don viction nm hg the For,further improvement of tie harbor of f '
JCT All communicai'ions must be addressed to a thorough,/examlnatrnnas.far :ai our; JireTarTrom southern i people ;f hot they canhoi, with- For.SLJoseph continuing, Michigan the works at the\, harbor.120,000 of".Afilwaukie 00' / ,

AUGUsTUS C. OIM.KTT. postage paid. cnpnciiy_' permitted, ofall the; author! Wetell the pe peof) ; the! North" t I ItHeiel8 I 'utter.dirgf d>f their safety andoQin1Ila. ,'VTisconsin 20ooOo"

::1rAfl aditiissable personal communications wil tiewhichwe could find to bear upori it umong all .: For continuing the impraTement of the bar-*..

charged as/adr *sewe.iitt. *. ,. 'ipi jtHq' uihVrrXijStaleRj aPp' w8ettIea 5' br..oLChieago,
,:'iTJ*'AN Kilts for Jnb.rriniing. tmufb'e piu.plivf morcifir ine
/* itj nave np&Th1aridth ymust act comtQcnced ,
citizens '
byjthe of: thi -
( work.
ry i tl e become our convictioh5thatine, fathers, to vent itslf n or sinlc-jnto! town Racine.. atflie mouth ofRoor v< ** -
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.r=_ ot Constitution could have find.nq.uiferancauhtil theM'o1 The- -1 Biver-Wisconsin. > '
never hopeIeQsu1I4non. Richmond I5oOoOo! .. ; -
THOMAS ANDREU, intended to give to tUe cjause upon :shall; Jiave arrived.t They Jove %!hgfris| a Vfherlient party paper; and JFor' steam- -,d dge"eqdjmifintftnddiing ', ,
DBAPBfl AND TAIOB.rfiHE ;;which i the friends .of,this measure rely, mon alinoatlas.theJewsi! Jove.tlie allithe prejudices of party to break scows for-Lake ftiicolgan 2 ooOoO.. '-. '--- .4 :'.'
,the improvement of the Ohio rivfr '
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SUBCR1BER having determined to that broad and ceneral interpretation pie of S6loWhi'Ttie l arts, of Jh' : : through', and Jail its;jp'wtf bitter denunciations low the falls,atLoisille and qr-the -

JL take up liis permanent residence in Jacksonville which,arms it with so-many Terrors for g.ues, the most*hateful:of nil; the" Jrea ; of SouiheTJi aihitors ipjusiify Mississippi and tributarxes/and the'M1I.I'"Jsouri

; returns thanks to his fellow-citizens which has the South, and carries along with it consequences lures toiwjiom nature* :has.given & ; .forger%; kef jt.coufd arrive at the and Arkansas rivers 200,000 00

for the unexpected been bestowed enlargement him, and assures so fatal to that .fraternal affection have been, insufficient;, tp.rweam conclusions it: .so, :fqrcibly sets fnth.I For the improvement of the Ohio river,oe-7; T' Ti -..
-hitlierto upon tween Pittsburg and the falls at Louis-. )
them that in future he will spare no exertion which is necessary to our very affections fromthe., splendid* fabric I This appears Iii, the article' Itself.-, ft yule ; 60,000 00"> *

to merit continuance of their patronage. Believing exigence as a united people. queathed to their careby-the, edemtlylaborthderthe.. impressionthat For removing raft of Red river,' and ini ; '"""' ': ,' '

that his reputation his; been well established We are not now. and we never havebeen of their fathers:: TKey stiH (/ np'wjfor thefirst time anti-slavery provement of the river oooo, 'OOj t .
in St. Augustine and this place, as a superior class who- for -'the- the children of 'those ) -and its For the removal obstructions to the hav. v""' 'ligationof ',t.. :
cotter and maker, he begs leave to represent ,.one of that \yhoTequally a,dangerous! -power, designs" the harbor of .St.Louis tb/1** v-

to all who might be disposed, to fnvor tyanVpf a bettei tiame; have"b etityled I their own fathers,, assisted, at its deservingofdteimined: { resistance.- It getber.with the balance of old apprbpric.v, ?> ''"' ,if'-.

litn with their custom, he is able to furnish alarmists. We have never Been foremost secration, the affection duettobrethren.But to.its |Mfs5treatmeni; of.the sub- tion ,5O30OOOOt- -. c-;' : :. -

garments of any kin-l of a cut and finish equal to snufTdangerin the breezpwhilp, their sentiments uponcertain ; as if it JiHfl alvvays been right, and continuing the improvement.,of the ;' ,5?'*' AT- .
to any that can be procured in Savannah or yet at a distance; nor to distort the acisof are'- as fixed' and'unalterable'as' the- who urged resistance long ago navigatiop of the Hudson river, near AIbany. -' '; "* _.
New York 13 '
Charleston.Having taken the shop formerly occupied as our Northern brethren,, however, Th- : rees of destiny itself ar Sjffo'h no o been mere agitators. Yet the lat For connecting:the waters-Indian 50,000 river' 00"f,' ;' ; :

the Post Office he is now ready to execute with nocentinlo evidence of settled arid derp er more'decidedyWcuj) >ori'this, 'u1i steadily,; for more than ten years, and JMosquita lagoon, .at the Hauloirer, *j*

promptitude all orders that may be entrusted rooted-hostility to our own quarter of most importanV; fall; Jtjisa maiter. j maintained. .zliat. the antpslavery .Florida 5,000" OCJ%. 'H -. ,- ,__

to him. All garments are THOMAS warranted ANDIIEU.to tit. the Union. WV have always made allowance small consequence whether ey 'would.go on increasing in ppncyer, For improvement' of the harbor of Dnbaque'' ll. t' 4

% Jacksonville, Nov. 10th 1849. 3tIf. for difference of rlimate, of right or whether they be wrong! ; they; have} that they-would assail, us pr.Iowa the repairs and preser'c'ttionofharbor. 20,00000.,. ?' -

-' habits, of asHociatioris5, aid of education ofument in such a casp is of no avail. and make every success a. vjforks on the[Atlantic'coast 20,00000: -- ,

I>. KEXDKICK, We, ha"n ever believed it but naiuralthatu Rhetoric fills coldly upon ih'e ears ? operation for a;new attack, till 'TiiDIsznuno* .i ':'

% ATTORNEY man born and reared in a community those, whose minds arc already inadup. hey drove us to choose .between ide- UNi0N.-TheN6rther papers are beginning ... i-J. .

% where slavery did not exist, should! It is useless to preach to them : and resistance. Such has I teen denounce the disorganization, on, the ground, ,

,1 ANDConiccgIflr ft Lnw. fr .m his very position, entertain an unconquerable cotisequences; !to representjhe value "course. The, Richmond Whig that the country We is aniions know in about what the AppropriitionBilhi .. '

aversion to that institution, the Union'; to depict the! )results viHnot) ydeni? that.;such have been:the love of the Union would first sing.tune: TiiiNa flieir:1* .

I 1TILl. practice in the several Co-arts of the and tq-al) the.consequences which are would spring from its disrupti'm-r. arguments urged byr stafesmen in the tional Intelligencer understands' matter.eiqually ;'-: '

V E.istern Circuit, and 5n the Counties of known imagined; to flow from it.- dwell' upon the 'depldrabliB South, j'tifavorJof. meeting, the mischief well Soon after the House" assembled, -' '
llil1sb'roughi and Benton of the Southern Circuit know would ? IhvohV l l its- {' the it became evident that there would be great ,.
Distorted and erroneous, asve which it ;iievitably 1 inc.ption-crusbing- serpent V
of Florida. in 'and,
: difficulty organizing that"astute old ,
Tampa B.iy, October 2Sth 1S49.-nov.17. the views entertained of it, even by the quaiters of theccountry.- All the.eggr if ifuarjs'the" class- of' men' campaigner out,of the; forth coming doc .- -. .
most enlightened of our Northern to be things.they have deliberately, and tb whom, theVjiu < ;alludes, (and.cannot' we uments,the list appropriations for rivers and -

(1IAu1.4 p. COOPER, we have .never failed to make all fair allowance 'rely"wrMghedand .have made-up imagine,.anoiher to \yhoin Us.words harbors which the"Administration recommend* -- f ,
of have ask that to Congress and which the reader f will find in -., .
ATTORNEY for those circumstances pos- minds to the crisis, in.spite them ; niiyapplicationwe! t
ision and education, to which we have Viewing the cbnlenipted abolition paper explaih on what.grounds it.ihthuatesjhey lated our paper The Intelligencer evidently"calcu- -
AND thorgz izhipow& .of such a bribe*- -' .
<: oiincollorntAVINQ Law. already alluded. To so great an extinthavf shivery in the District Columbia were lqudi, when there It was a rich prize d figlirig before the eyes of,
we curried this liberality towards aidirect infringeinent upon vas ./dapgsr/andj8Uent: when the: the members and Saying in a/voice of. -

resumed his profession will devote.M&r ., men i AvhhvAyose} ppiniopvn, hejd trio theyHiave Ueenacc.u8iqjnedrJl*>: i* cntiontchoose' eakez'nd, Iar : ': -
o H c/wkl7fto its practice,througli- sentiment in commontbat it has s mi.iimes sacred, they believe that they I justify, theimputation, and we think yours We?invite ; -. < ,; -
attention to.this list.of appropriatinn ..
Circuit of Florida I -
)Ut.thIe Eastern been cast up to us as a reproach be recreant to the trust confided to the Whiff in its very natural anxiety .SO cHflmfttprf St.tl "nf thn'mannai. in'ivh4i .- '-
Jacksonville E. Fia., Nov. 10th. 1849. W*
Born and reared in Virginia -having by their fathers, were they for ft'moment] ; to do" honor to itself; has, for the mJ.meni ? the contents of the Treasury .have long been. .

N SPENCER & tt A K K El, n<* feeling alien 10 her honor or her interest -, permit the considerations convenience? lost sight of the obligation to do used. The appropriations altogether to .
tie weigh a i'e.ither in the scale.: They ask, if others $1,100,000: OfthissumrT$- 6O,000 is given; tak; -
ttottt1ci at TinlD, -bound to her soil by every give way in pne point-be it'as small'is justice the.Ohio and Mississippi rivers"an, object which- '
Jacksonville Fin.tTiljL that can attarh the heart of man to the what security can they lia von gainst the. $ut-we make complaint, and injhe maybe considered common to 'the.North j&nd. -
home of his fathers->y have either re sion of-the encroachment. The3' recall to presence of.the union blf all South South|but which owes its respectablej share ia -

practice in the several Courts in the ceived insinuations of ihis character in the conduct of their revolution iry fathei's: em 'mif for the defence'arid'security of the spoilsaltogetlier to"the fact,that the;Noth. '

V Eastern: Circuit of Florida; in the U. silent or cast them back with tried issues with the 'powerful. Government, their country,' we>pnt forward claim could n here" serve herself without serving the, : -
Northern District of Florida: coniempi, Great Britain, rather th.it submit to a tax L'E. Sooth also: Of the "remaining '5340,060. .the* -
S. District Court. -
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;t the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; nnd prosecute indignant scorn in the teeth of those small that it could not befell' because they in'favor of any State, or any partyyio' sum of SI40t)60) is given to the slavehoidbigand .
claims before Congress .and the Departincuts with whom they have originated. sidered it; infringement of their ; the distinction : of superior patriotism. $700,000 to the free States: And this, asv

,, of Government nt Washington.JUS. They serve, however, one purpose, and rights. Thus they r'jasonand; with all Let us-only do; what nowpjessesup6n| ; we have said;is just about a fair specimen of the. 5

McKOBEKTlUKBtt :& SPEXCER.Jan. which we shall turn t" use on the present attachment to the Union they prefer to' 'sa us with resistless, icessaty-if AVCwould'save comparative' value of the United' States iTreasury'to ,
the two sections!, No wonder Mr.WEBSTER.
:' G49. ly occasjOfl. They prove that we, at flee every advantage they may 'derive ifrom pVrsVlvep, if welwould save long since protested agaiust "calculating- -

P IIILIY F K A B K least," when we come forward to flIt up rather than submit to what they regard as- ;Union/ofithie States 4om speedy the value of the Union1, knowing what"results.; .

I our hands and bur voices against the p ble injustice., <. f. destruction1 For we" revere the Union, ,the scrutiny would lead ,to. .Trondjer.tbe: si :
: and longf'asVh'e Southcan,stand'by itw1thoutdisj9nor,1Iet I Northern'Press is clamorous for the: organization
project said to be in contemplatio'n at ,. If we suppose that our voice as I
ofthellonse.'whcn they have such motives ,. 1
at ILaW, %Vashington ale not actuated bynny penetrate the halls- of legislation,, f its.bonds be sa-. for hastening the'day of law-making/; fact -
;# J.tcKsoNvir.LE, FLA., mad or fanatical; spirit-any undue hostility would exert- it in- imploring -those cred. If .its.vaIuc-becounned in money -. it has'been -proposed that ,the "partiod of, the

attend to any professional business to another quarter of the (Union are bent upon this ruinous scheme the Southis not, and ,has not,.been House,shall compromise by.diridirig its offices

; WILL to him in the Courts of the any narrow prejudices begotten upon p-.tuse i ntthet disastrous, ; career J gainertby it.; tfhe would be fair4i icher andxjrgahize ra stipulaiibn that th'ey shall i .

: F.istrnCiruit, and the Supreme .Courts atTjlUha&cc the position with regard the Union ready1 are the wthoutjt| : But.- '-' -i it.isthe.-,-.- -work 2 pfourifaihersTJtJs.our so"do hugely no business"does'"thevhlue but pass the of appropriation therJniotfVbegipt, bills,,. 4 -

: He has also able such an advantageous Washington in which our, lot has been cast. They sectionsjofftlie. Union Ibpcpmin hj. ; common inheritanc& _to loom up before the eyes of the Northern meu. '- -
oflnectLolWLth Lawyer .4weaktr --
: City, as will ensure an a prompt and spee- prove that when we declared our sole and,*: looser. Already, 4are:I and while, their-work; is not de fyers. .,-,. ''('- -* :

4idy collection of such-claims ns may be placed object to be the preservation ofihe tl- deadly eriemles' bf that 4 Itj ,.' fa.c&ihold: iiiFromjfoJfatiOTial.Intelligencer.-- --.-,: asthe Bat iheroarffvo list which sides to the (jviestiqnj, ftqi,

an his uAndftngainst' the United States.' nion in all its'glory, and all Us integrity dan bothiin the North and :and* cIiirms conjgre'op on :b tender we ae Iqye ernrking of the Union baa,t x gj '

SenU 8th, 1849" ly. we meant nothing more than what every .South,.exultingfjn, the; itha patriotic fury:to'end the disorders of the, .' -, : -- -

art of our editorial life has shown: They they. fancy, on the [ .}, House, outhe, ; part of the Nith .spto; ,::tke; $ 5 .
CHAUES( 1)E\VAAL entitled us to be hard where 'others, tion- lh -y River and Has bor Improvements South, itTftther' addressesI'jriamag jeig nsk.i- z

.I UCTION E ER. win have habitually taken vjevsbI a '.i the tIrebruid'wlilch is iii'the-Document containing the'Estimatw of haste,and counsels bu Jlepfesentatives to conj '
JACKSONVILLE, E. F. weapon ; Appropriations required fir,the,publicserYice;; 51(101-other matters much more in6mentous than ,,-. c
::r St T.ES in any part of the County attended more sectional laraciwould-notbe' '* kindka uitjr; for the year .endiu 30th June; ;I85l?;pirated the openbig of the Treasury' gated, 1s It indeed : '
t4) and respectully solicited. listened to. man cannot extinguish ; a flame copies fof which were,under authority and re- for such a. share as this in the common, i
Jacksonville, May 6,1 848 With full knowledge, therefore, of before jtjlvis yeHatiained-more ir ,6utof laV, 1ai befor 'Congresiby' ,: means,that'we are to surrender th a eecurity? of {;;-; '-
the' of the i property'the peace of the; ide.tne pride of .' 5
ofthe;Treasury at opening -
the which attaches to him sixtieth is jSecretary
responsibility : ; y ai\. to. invplye. .
AGENCp present sesaibn rwc find.the followiiigestimatestor independence: aiid the 'plaja right of, equali ,
who ventures.prophecy upon n matter Empire of Liberty1n.ruin an& Surveys and River and Harbor, ..Improve ty 1 ;Td furnish twokthirds of the material,. of ,jreTenuei -'
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or of so much -momentas the- 'overthrow tho'seiwhnf have so'long x rshiped at tmentsii'whlch;!we extract for they information of. and receive one-fourth of the expendu -

FITCI1' of an empire-.without designing ,to 'altar.! ,, like thVJeU's when SKe the yery/large' clasp ofOur;readers; ,who feel ture;and to boy this blessed; protection at the.- tu t

.4OELBRATED speak any word which! may- by possibility stiare-wasr.un.ovcrIhe} ; ?great interest in'tne8ubject: !- -. cost of' honpE peace antI the possession of'oui' *. '
IEDLOIN..i ? Is it iKat
I For surveys for the defence of thefrontir, own not evident the South lias"'n$ -
with all
by construed.into a : their | | ; ) ---'?nlAndiiBd XlanWJ* v .- v' VS15OOO.M motiye for; baste 1 'Mercury* .. <;,-> -., ,, _
;4 cure of the calmness of which -our nature is less; wandeVers, upon; the>*lace r iriilitaryrdnd seogro flicarurvcys.west n ) '- _&.." 5_' -' _(-' -
Catarrh susceptible and' after an the rVflection earth *AU\tliatsiKeXpouth > 20,000 00or ';t
f Cougbs. Consumption, ? require --p
; Gn BOOK Brns
which the .of' tlie Nortiiern 'ttplfireiV is continuing1;the surveys of the Jiortherif .; ,. trinns"TO -A corresponddent ; -
Astbro.a .'}kai! ; Diseases,. Dyspepsia weight s bjecr eems their ) that ; OQ in Paris furniSaes the :I iteraryGaette'
andNortK esteriB Lakes; 25,000
:Gonorrhoea, Piles, 'Female to demand- we do-declare:it as.-our unalterable shall keep their fhands'off.1, They of tHe:harbor Mobile: ii'ref-i ,with the following(-In the-- lowesi'deptli t eVe'ialways < j' ... ., ,
sarvey : '- -
-Complaints, &c. &c. opinion, 'thai the success; of; :ju> exertion,JIQ sacrifice; VYijlirtg "erence to its improvement.. \ ; 5,000 00 !as'Milton says, a de[ er-stni 1 y -
this step willlje follmved instantaneously leave iheir b e'thren Jn; continuing the.* Delaware Breakwav ,_, French publishers are, giving av proof of t1IiS, -

r by dissolution of the, .Union;. Our Depose, lheypnly'',esijre that tfe : r v-- 'poioo-.oo. public for, not to content buy bbbks with and attempting' *to bribe the,
S. Fitch's ] Shoulder For of Savannahharbor; and engravings, by gvin .
p Dr. S. Supporters Northern brettiren;,ore deceived-utter -theasuVeqfciyrbeafanceraavbe improvement to each purchiser ticketsin two lottersiow '

Bracts'; Inhaling' Tubes, and. Lee ly, wofully! it may he most disastrously ed, towards -fhemselvesi &ThVy For:theremoval repairs ef theVrecks sea-wall'the Harbor. ..,30.000"of 00. ., on foot, some of them have actually brought 6ai; ftjy,

tufts': 69., Consumption, and the deceived wuh regard to'the Souih.and conceive that' itcanimiterially : BuflFaid, Newyqrk :il4pOO 00 'journal in which they!
art vf reserving Life and the delusion has been ;kept up .by thej the citizenaVpf l For continmng ihe improvement of the harbprM guess whatgratuUqtis medicines ? attenaanVet" dC. *" "';'7' -Y
tb"subscribersl T ,
; j&Mt.0tjfge, Northern press ,wfth .at ;pectiiiacityy or,,,.CincfnnatiTrhaying, ,,as: they.' 3 ( tta Qgu! iljrekN I01J!,0P0 00- not cheap homing you There,' Ireatattlmoi itTeAHljr( Xvment .
4-c., 4d.c.I .which, under present.circumstances is so'- many objecsjpeaInng9 ..*--.. For continuation of the works at 00 journal whiehgmeljedgositselto
r'- 15000
truly deplorable. They. have misiakert atithropythorneThat.theDistrict 'IJewYork! -- works t'tliehar- find every sick subscriber bir*otiii; ;;:, :
haveiWn appointed Agenf Yor Jbe B e of It. .;, ; ., ; For continuation of the
the aborexloods, and will keep them Ponstly !- the noisy gas oud whJIi'.has been b6r.ofErie,on ]Like'Erie ." .- f3pooo; 00 ing/aigot- : ,iimpbsfa- belqwtusuM. -', : : :
on halotlicf toy/Drug Btore: in' "the 1owu. of, Venitingjitself.in, flanqurterfortbethelast ritoryj ai )Jeasf,.tipt :'so*mate } For continuation of the works' at: Conneaut 5- : : ; ::;-.; S ;: :: :

'Taupa,Ta&paFhi: ,**.'.: .. twenty years ;)vben cohere Hvas they ahould piisentto; sacrifice ( ; ,#harbor01uQ :$ & : 15.000 6&- : A G in DL4cri- .clergyman In.Bostii* .' 4receiyedFthe

;(- '- Pr.' L. D. .BOG2BS.. no danger d which ''has l ; ''beeh fcunH."to" .Onion lor j hi, 'sal eji: Tk yJnn Cn For botiitfAshtabula continuing the improvement Phio ; of,tne;jl bar OOO.QO* fol1owijig eceedily cketi' -. -
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DsIitA'Bdoi; ; $ fdwindle; .'4ow--j. Into; a, submis ive !fit: .the 8laVe noiKtrV[ : ,, ]for Tlif| :. For th.efrirth"ert! injprdvemeht f"6f Grand.; ,.* 1. DeSi-'t, day min jp j. t
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ici Di ctMi8fdr!promdtiflg'Healtb ond Irifcruction -, ]gf HR augeappacbedforthe; .first appearance!of danger every. lttydr lviborrarEort' ObId 5ooo o iite3Tl1ilclving duur se4binaawet .r
"Mother ,in the JIanngement '|iitpoiiiiip| pft'he whole South.- They of them .would- .he raiispbrtept ; r ntuau6n'Forconttnvng the'works at thehar. AotEsinstead. rtrnly .. 5 <3ite*- .
ein&7 ;fcebttd, gratuItously:cal have been taught'to lookwith'contempt : -Q pf jCpngressV r JThey 1jhereaclr -' borpfCl v la d Ohio 9Q0' S '4 4.

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I:- Correspondence of the Savannah Georgian.WASHINGTON .THE' }HAYTIAN: EMPEROR' .. ,. ,AMP' I "m"H' ,'::E<''s.' \':?'>;1\TE' '.<:!"l._ .:'"" I ... ; J, aie'etei:' :- '., 1 I-- '-:AMERICA- J---- E.'orwmz.Ji'J.uwC.-By.1 **.!.. ;

,, f\"'" .> ,, DEc:;2$; 1849., '" .", The : : : arrival atNewOxleaiis-wjajejji: ,
f Arqc1 :, ; ,following1! j a, copy of a bill, inroducedin \ powesdoa cf '
f Gcatlmtli1 am glad to be able, to inform : : : j Kingston papers to the 9th inat-'from which v.. ?:

r you that, the nOU$ ;.have elected a Speakerini:: ,From, 'a Ldteria thJournal. .of Commerce., ,: f tTACKSONV1LLEJANUABt r-""** V; \<'theSenqte, ,, '.'of- the- United- .-. cull following' testimonial of'.the e : ,' tof
the person of the':Hon. Howell Cobb,'of Georgia.The.Whiga .' The present:Emperor."FAUStin Soulouqne, or States'Jbjrfr.; YoLfiBprovicHng:' for the* Y anke om. rThepespAtchsays J
.;:' ,ever since Sunday'last attempted ,ns he is officially known;His'Mtjt7FaUtIUst" :
r. : ctmpiomue with the,Democrats f rtbp aker.- l like some other rulers in some other places, payment of:The;',v l lunf&er companies recently ,AnAmerictncomj nyirehearthaT8" take* ::.

" ship: first desiring but three or four-commit-' had, previously ,to hi:$ present: election'been un-; ..... :called. 'out :by the Governor,' of the lease;;of Mount o and subscribed<< OUt: P

* tees, such us the Committee.of,Ways and Means,. known to fame save ns military chieftain.His .- : mUJoDordttl1m! toward. thr copper-nilnei"';. '
on "'oreigulI'ilirs; Judiciary, and the Territories first connection with the army was in the --, ; 5,',, .: Florida ,for the, protection' of our..citizens Either, the:same or another Amenjcaxnipj <
;: :,. but to nil these propositions the capacity of servant'to from s'ys report are embarking In the cumvaition
I unswerving I a a distinguished gene- f'ONGRBS ., ,. ,the:inc'uraions'othe. I Indians.It 6p ,:' S
answer of the Democrats was: -No. 1 rSince! that time, an early period'of his.life 'of. cotton.in Jamaica. We .hope_that both S
: Several Democratic caucuses were convened;- I he hns been constantly the servicew. and ,AVlength': the V struggle, '-for the is satisfactory 'to, perceive: that the accbants_are',true, and! .attribute this flash .of !-
;- %-
: but the prevailing sentiment in all of them was, h igO !up through, the:.various grades, ,until 'tion' :of a: Speaker- is ,ended.- The- \ sentiments: of.our worthy, ,ExepativeiMr ,-- prosperous industry to the stoppage of the tea-< ;::;f
; that the Democratic party wus'opposed to eve-. he brd served for some time .General.: He .' .. .mere:on their waybetween New York and Cha- ;
: ry thing that looked like a surrender of principles has ever been regarded as :man of moderate HOWELL- :COBB. ;of. Georgia, .. ,. ,t,/: : .,BROWN? have! undergone, hn. entire gres; ,so that even Jamaica profits by the discovery ::4

,, ;,and it was especially the Hon. 'Howell a bilities. ,-and" acquirements but" of "undoubted' upon.f ;.the 63d- ,balloting.'i ':"Mr.$: change:upon.,this. ,matter,since i : e> >ublication .- but that of California gold. ,We, hate no 'doubt 1
Cobb who declared that he would ,
bravery. derive
surren* ,. company great- "
tier the Speakership than the Committee 'of Myfirst ,view,of,him was as',-he' was:riding of Tennessee; 'l introduced :a' .l of',his Jacksonville] letter, and. 'profit> from Mount Yernon. i

Ways and Means, upon which, he looked as the through'the city, as, his custom' is, on every ion:which i wasadopted,. >>ro'i i .hat he )is'now, (disposed from motives of. The'Colonial Standard makes: a suggestion, ,!
f key to the Treasury,which the Democrats could Sabbath morning-,- after having, reviewed the .' J also, of establishing an American rt of Astor .
never deliver up without.being held,responsible ... army., His color' is the most thorough."coal" if three- trials 'should be: nsoc ,policy or:otherwise. -"to_ do :that. justice ;.House at or near'the Hope estate. It J la"recommended .. V}

by the country. At last the Whigs who, for'a black; ,but his hose,' lips, &!'-, are".more''Euro t.bp r .'haying' 'the' highest & 'to 'others l ,-which, his heart once. de'ni d., as a refuge for invalids< -;for'tha'1'New
week had appointed Sub-Committee: .Orleanit in their sickly season. and In '
past, a pean.than one would expectJromhI8color.: thewinter -
six: to confer with the Democratic caucus, made From his forehead to the top, of his head hole of votes:on. the fourth. should be A BILL TO:,BE.ENTITLEDAn .., .
I '
a formal proposition to the Democratic caucus entirely bald. He-'rode a]grey'.horse-very ed elected. On' the 60th" ballot act :to' provide .for the:adjustment and The Journal! of the 6th inst.says: _
to meet a similar Sub-Committee, appointed by. good for his country-was accompanied by a payment of. exn iis-incurred obligations We.learn from a private source that two larro
the Democrats, for the purpose of conferring on hundred or more of his Life Guards on horseback COBB received 195,')Mr.' 'WJ R ; contracted by the StateofFl6rida in providing'for hotels upon the American plan are being t&uD l i

the means to be adopted jointly for organizing; preceded by ,cavalry music, and passed with the rest 'ftc teii 'g., The, : ,the safety' of.the Poplfotthat State during' : in<:Kingston and that by:the,earliest oppor*
the House. This proposition of the Whigs it through the principal streets of the city,uncovering the recent, insurrection of the. Seminole.. tunity two hundred American -artisans 'are ex..
was first moved to lay on the table; but on reflection -! his head, and disposing> ely his bows gave Cobb 96, Vinthrop/92; ,-: .dians. pected to arrive, for' the purpose of working the

it was deemed a duty to treat the proposition and his smiles to the crowds as he rode rapidly rest scattering. The 62d ,gave' Be'it' enacted,..That the Secretary' of War,be, copper mine the pariah of Metcalfe, .which'
of the other party with becoming respect past them. He was dressed full military uniform and hereby is, directed to' audit, and adjust the hasi been leased by,a company, formed. in Aa'er.
.. ,and accordingly, on motion of Mr. Staun- of a very rich character; r the entire frontof 97, Winthrop 97, and the,'rest : 'c laiDlS Ofthe"State of FlorIda',;under:such" laws ica, for ninety-nine years. '.

ton, of Tennessee, .a Democra.tic Committee of his coat, as well as other parts of his dress, ing. The 63d and 'last-gave ,Cobb and regulations as have heretofore governed the -
six was appointed to confer with the Whig Committee being overlaid with heavy golden trimmings.His .-:" adjustment of similar claims of the States in'the ? A ViEai5i,. LAWYER; ix.'THE FIELD.-John 1L
as is above stated. age is a little above fifty,,his form large and Winthrop: 100. ;.rest sca t rng.! ;United States, for moneys advanced and. 'paid, Coxson: ,a lawyer, tenders' his rofessfonal services -'
The two Committees: met at the Speaker's 1 erect, near six feet in height, weighing about the result of ', and for expenses :incurredand obligations contracted to the citizens of Jefferson'eo tiaiiyVVa :' \
this.ballptting. being '
room on the morning of yesterday, when it was 200 and well ,proportioned; with the exceptionof .1" by said State for subsistence supplies. .a published card', of which the ''following ia\n
at last proposed by the Whigs to agree to three some corpulency. His horsemanship is of claimed:Mr.. Stanlyof North and services' of local troops called into service extract. !"

more ballotings; but that if no Speaker be elected I the most perfect chara ter. This attracts the a whig otf red a resolution decl during theyearoft849, by and under the authorities He will counsel_ on all matters touching the
on the third ballot, a mere plurality\ Tote attention of all foreigners, and their universal of;said State, to meet the emergency Jaws of God or man, taking no fees for the for-
should be sufficient to elect. This proposition remark is,that in this respecthe is rarely equal Mr.,COBB duly elected,. 'which .: arising out of the sudden' inspection of the .mer' for its fruits of peace yield sufficient reward

was not acceded to by the Democratic SubCommittee ed. He usually rides to the Bureau of the dopted the decisive vote of 149 Seminole India within her limits. .And !that ;its summary is::-love thy neighbor' as thy
and was only taken ad referendum, to be Pot/:' the custom house, and through some of by .:... the sum so found due;or required for said pay self, und owe no man anything. ,By strict"obeclience --
submitted to the Democratic caucus. Last evening the streets of the city, attended by a few of his We are gratified the result of ments, be paid out of any money. in the Treasury ( to this first code, most likely ;you never

the proposition thus submitted was voted guards, twice during the week. contest although it is not not otherwise appropriated will,call on. him,for counsel! on the second; but if
down by a majority of nearly three to one; but The opinions prevalent in the States in regard you desire toleave the quiet waters of peace,
about twenty-eight members were for adopting to his salary,afford a great deal of amusement that we could have. desired. Mr. [C01UIU lCATED.], and. to tempt the troubled seas of discord 'and

it; and these it was feared would vote for the to those who are here. I have before had rendered himself obnoxious Mr. EDITOR, I have been ,awaiting for sometime commotion, he will stand your pilot through
proposition, if it were to be presented to the me a brief article from the Washington Union.in and hells of strife, and,waft you so gently over yaw..
House. Mr. Howell Cobb was then, in'spite of which, in a lugubrious strain, Father Ritch- portion of the Southern anxiously hoping xpe.cting'sOlpe proposition ning elements hungry ruins, howling to swal..
; his strenuous endeavors to dissuade members i speaks of the ""enormous amount."-$150,000 refusing : would be ,made. through the 'public low wrecked" estates, thatwlin: you have, once
to the Southern
from connecting his name with the Speakership, -and $50.000 "for pin money," as greater sign prints for action on the part of our,Stale in the more set your loot on ierrajirmaj like Moses and
re-nominated as the caucus candidate by accla than that enjoyed by the Emperor Napoleonand but he is considered none the less appointment! Delegates to the Southern Convention A.irou.: you will rejoice over Korah, Nathan and
mation. The caucus did not in the AbirauVor, like Miriam over ,the host of Pba-
separate Josephine 'he &c.-
extravagant was. ted
to our interests sand to beholden at Nashville in June
best humor. and it was evident that: the Northern Now this strain is natural enough to 'be sure, noah, thai;horses, chariots,, and every thing
S His faults rather but having seen none, I beg to make one pertaining unto them what the .
members were not altogether pleased but quite unnecessary! It sounds rather extravagant are perhaps my- except law al
with the course that had been adopted in regard to talk raying $3 a dozen for wash- omission than commission -he. self through your paper, promising at the same lows tht'w'urt', eugulled iu the lied Sea."

to the plurality rule. They wanted the i ing,1$- for making apair of pants, and $30 for ; time, that lam preparedto second any other
House to be organized, and hinted pretty plain- C aLlfbOOtS, but when you have obtained your done as much as other Southern better, one that be made.: A ALASDER'S DESIRE TO BE BATES:-
ly that, as far as they were concerned, it shouldbe biggest pocket full of these Hay tian dollars, (one crats. Yet we infinitely prefer "I've been among the Aiew'Zealander'sj?' quoth
organized between Friday evening and Monday of which I send your bulletin)' for less than Although formerly there were considerable Jack, ''and there they use each other for fresh ,
next. eight cents-208 for a doubloon, being the pres- \yinthrop, and in securing his differences opinion amongst us, as to the necessity grub as regular as boiled duff in n man of-war's

Thus matters stood this morning, when the ent rateyour find you have no reason to com instead of that of Mr. Brown of of action by the South in defence of their mtss. They used to eat their fathers and mother .
Whigs full of the prestige of!success, and satisfied plain of your washerwomantailor or bootmakerbut rights I that this wheu they got,too old to take care of themselves -
the yet apprehend at time those
with the rumors that the Democratic party rather wonder how they get bread to eat.- South has gained a victory. But now the>'ve got to be more civilize -
were divided among themselves, proposed the It will therefore be seen that this "ENORMOUS A- Free Soil party has suffered an differences no longer exist, .and we are as one and M they only atricketty children and
plurality rule in the House, which was at last MOUNT" dwindles to a sum but little more than upon this subject. It is equally clear that the slaves and enemies taken iu battle. "A decided -

carried by the smallest: iu.gority, not more than half as large as the modest. and moderate salary neous defe at. public opinion of the South, has assented to the instance of the progress ,of improvement
> one Democrat in ten voting for it, and Mr. Cobb of our Chief Magistrate. made the and march of mind,:> s.ud I. ;\Veil,'; replied;
proposition State
by of
himself voting emphatically in: the ne ative.-; 'ARMY-The following are the statistics of I The President's Mississippifor Jack, 4iitrs si badtbin ron the,old folks. They
The balloting then commenced, when to the utter the Army: : 5 regiments guards: 4 do. Artillery ; a Southern
discomfiture of the Whigs, the Hon. Howell 4 do, Gendarmes: (Country Police;) ;3 do Heavy I The first, ,annual! Message of the mode and manner of redress. This being the of the good oil custom. 1 never< seeM the thing

Cobb, on the very first ballot, run up to ninety. Horse; 33 do Infantry. These, as I learned froma on4 Washington is before case the only question our consideration' myscll; but mil Drown mess-mate of mine,.
Several Whigs and Democrats were then pairing reliable us, once told that when he
source shortly after my arrival here me was at th<* Bay of
off; being satisfied that Mr. Cobb's election was a few weeks since, numbered between 16 and though short it ill yet too'long to now, is the mode of electing delegates to repre Islands: he seeM a great many poor old soul

certain ; and on the fourth ballot Mr. Cobb actually 7,000 effective men through you would be told this week to readers. .sent our State., going about with tears in their.eyes, trying to
received one hundred and two votes toMr. that it numbered 25 or 30,000 men. In the They As our General Assembly does not meet again somebody to eat them. One: of them. came

Winthrop's one hundred, and,was, in consequence present campaign, the order of the Emperor iso however, suffer little except in before the time appointed for holding the off to the ship, and told them that he could'ut
elected Speaker. All the Free Soil- t march with.22OOO. he will doubtless have find rest in the stomachs of any of his kindred,
cation Nashville
of their
ers together with Cleveland of Connecticut curiosity, for it is Convention, I presume we will have and wanted know if
Doty the full nllmber, S he has almost unlimited to the crew uld7ut taku
Wood of Ohio, and Peck, of Vermont, vop ower for increasing the military.The out exception the most ordinary. to appoint our whole delegation by conventionor I him in< Thu skipper told him he was on oionetrous -
ted against him; so did Woodward and Holmes, soldiers receive a certain amount of clothing which has primary meetings short allowance, but he conld'nt accoui-
of South Carolina; Mr. Cable, of Ohio, and Mr. ,and four Haytian dollars a month, withan Raper ever been issued I would propose<<' a combination of the. two inodatehiui.. The poor' old fellow, ,- JJill.said,,.
Harlan, of Indiana, voted for Mr. Cobb under allowance of SI a week for rations; makingthe Executive' of the Union. -\\ ,I looked as if his heart would'break. There were
Mr. then moved that Mr. and as our State is large it would be best to divide '
protest. Stanley entire sum of their pay and provisions $8, fact is be attributed plenty ufbliarks: round 'ship', aid the skipper -
Cobb be considered as duly elected by the or about 64 cents a month. You will see, of ; to to its ei it into Districts; the, East, and South to udviicd him to jump overboard; but ho

House: which was evidently a bonus paid to the course, that they must live mainly upon bananas joint production of that f"I compose one, the middle another, and the West; could'ui bear the idea ot facing eaten raw.Jiiuck4ooJ. ."-
Free Soilers. it afforded each of them chanceof '
.as a plantains and other frnitswhich they get wfceacies, usually known as his third. As our own State will be entitled to
recording their votes against Mr. Cobb. I for a pittance. '

mention these things merely in order utterly to Their navy is very small-their principal dependence -' et, we know not. It is, however, delegates to Nashville Convention, each A FOIAI.E MINKS.-TLe only white, woman

confound and punisu: that gratuitous and mali evidently being in their land force.3pT tistical enough to proceed from of these districts may have the election of two I h.&\"e'U in theinnesis t'ue; wife of a Frenchman -
ciousassertion of the Washington correspondentof 'who for the sake of harmonious CalcutUi.
delegates, : and I \7aox-.aae here 2'roui blie drtsse -
Charleston Courier,which,some time ago, one of them. iu irutvsuro aud thin hat aid rellshitt
concerted action I would should be wears a
equally -
The & of the propose
charged Mr. Cobb with having, by his course Washington corresponde '
The most remarkable feature as mosc of the mIners: do, and her Lair
in the Calhoun address divided bet ween the two political partiesof
pursued regard: to excited N. 0. Picayune has the following concerning' being cut Lort, is nut suspwted of being a wo
the sympathy of the Free Soilers. To say the Speakership: effort to gloss over with slight our State. These District Conventions to m\D7. prob. bly by onc-teuthof the persons who

that Mr., is Cobb but to is repeat respected what even the by whole his world opponents The Speakership is worth the trial. It is not sive allusions those topics which I meet sty on the first Monday in 'May next, at see her. The first time 115-iw her, I was digging

knows of him; but to charge Mr. Cobb with do- here asia England, an .office of great present interest in the some central point in the District, to be designated iu a hole in the loklntyiie.v-teetirom wutre
greatest public she and
emolument and future honors. The salary ot'the husband ru workin in a rouher
the of by the citizens thereof. The Distric Conventions :
ing aught to secure vote any man not
while We 1 noticed her itmiuiue oc: aiid thoughtful ex-
his sentiments is Speaker there is 4000 per annum I are at ,peace with all the
sharing political bordering on should be
his annual fees amount to nearly] 3000. He composed delegates : presion or cou hteuau -r.lIul, uicutionod.to A 111.1'1
insanity.in There is not and a breath it could of such be a sus- i is allowed besides .- 1000 for equipment money yet on the point of a war with by the different counties,,, each county to who was wuritjti; ne.ir me.He informed me that .
not uttered
picion Washington

without recoiling on, the calumniator. Mr. and 2000 ounces of plate are given him on his I Great praise is arrogated to the send trco Delegates, each Senator and Rep ,what I supposed to be a remarkably handsome

Cobb is the strongest man that the South could election. Two hogsheads of the best claret an- dent for preserving friendly resentative it may be entitled to in the State youug of the mmVa a woman witu-lter; that she was the wife
nually is not the least agreeable of his perqui in.iu at work ;fhat her husband
select, and in other whose opinions of the command Union. look the most: sites, nor the pro'visionofahandsomely furnished with Great Britain, and yet the.Ni, General Assembly, to be also equally divided I was once a wealthy merchant in Calcutta, and
respect parts upon
house the most unneccessary. His salary between the two parties. that the wife had been accustomed to ease and
lr..Cobb election as Speaker as the best : gua flair is hardly alluded to. N lu
considered the xurv.
fees and perquisites,all position What ? What the
omen for the settlement of the vexed questionsnow say you says Republican,
the of the constitution cannot be worth less than $50,000 per annum. er does the President explain under : Failing in, business and becoming poor, the
Floridian and
agitating preservation Sentinel Jurnaland
western husband determined to dig a fortune out of .the
Then, in point of rank, the Speaker is next to !
of. Cobb the country.Mr. on being. condu ted to the Chair the Peers of Great Britain, and he has the: authority he should send his. Prints 1 I trust you will all speak out, and set; earth in California, ,and the wife, true to her

delivered the, following sensible short and pat- same precedence at the King's council table.. California and manufacture a State the_ ball in motion. There can be no more pro comp.1uicnouly cO setited.when he promisedshe
Nor is this all. A grateful Sovereign provides could accompany him. .1. hive seen her at,
time than the public interest is
riotic pitious present
speech: : ernment for' the l pop'ui ,
motley work with the'piCK and the and
against the untoward event of election from the8pc.1kership spade early
wGr TLEMEM OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES now intensely directed! that subject, I and .we
: It would be useless to disguise the fact by elevation to the Peerage with a that country. The, attention of could now obtain"a full and correct expression late-there is ever a thoughtful' expression ou.,,
hercountenancebut she never
that I feel deeply embarrassed in taking this pension. public :is wisely diverted from- the of the opinion of our people, who I hope will seem: discouraged
and the unfortunate have hud the
those yet pair
Our Speaker lacks most of. advantages ; :
Chair, under the circumstances attending my make a requisition upon our ablest and beat citizens -
election.UI He has no pay save sixteen dollars per diem nuity by which the North ]I to 8 rpem, in,the coming day that i S"totry worst: ;'of luck, and h, ; vent dug gold enough to
while in session. But.still the) pay their living. This is one 'of the most romantic
Congress is. "
am conscious of the difficulties by which the advantages of anti-slavery men's,souls.. .. ,
incidents that life .the
this position is surrounded at the present time. Speakership of our ,House of Reprasentativesisno PATRICK.HENRY. a gold diggiui
"The peculiar organization of this body,as exhibited i inconsiderable,or unconsidered position. It ry without the trouble of fighting of California.' from time" to time ,developes.
in our proceedings since we'fi.rsr. met- is the second office in the Government, in power it. ,The following singular passage 'is from the + Boaoa-tmes.

.. the nature and character of the various important ifnot by acknowledgement. The Vice ,Presidency last British book; on the United States,Mackay's .
.and exciting questions of public policy is but 'an honorable:retirement-;.it is apolitical The'President recommends "\ Western World. BENTO.V.-It is said by a paper published in

.. which will engage our attentionduring the oubliette fix ten,emerge" from it and areafter sion of-the existing tariff; and its -u As regards the: supply of.Cotton,?says .M-' Missouri that'Mr'Beutou will retire to privatelife
present session of Congress. conspire to render, recognised. ,Instead of being:a steppingr :ckBy'e are much at the mercy :of America 1- for several potent reasons,-which are. compressed
the duties of this office peculiarly embarrassingonerous stone for aspiring' 1iticiB 1S, .it..is ment on'a.basis which ,may aug as if,we' were''starving and to,her alone welook'fof into brevity us,follows "
and responsible. I may be permitted their'grave.: Jefferson, it.is;true,!and VanBu-: the revenue." .He also believes J od.; She ,need not, withhold her Ninety prominent members of the last LcgislatIre.
therefore, to ask: in advance your generouS,aid. ren, escaped its fatal character:; they had ; .. ., wheat;:America'could starve' its"by: with holding fvomdifferent sectinns:of.the Statehata, !

and support in the effort. I shall make firmly vitality organization that could have avoided I' subtreasury. :system be. ;. her, cotton! :. True i it is:as much' her interest as avowed themselves openly against Mm.
faithfully and impartially/to discharge itsUu- any political error. ')r '* ? ii .' -VJ.'. *>-V-''modifications V 4" ; ;V ?' ours ,to/act differently; and. so long aa: it':continues L' OftbeJudgesnumberingtw.ntyiuaUzix'r'
in this por anf it no will 'te have committed Benton
ties. The-Speaker country represents most so, difficulty .be experienced.- themS,1YC against .
; "The country? has been looking with anxiety immediately the ,power, of the people. He is indispensable." The'l language is. But, acothbinatioaof. circumstances' may be and' not one has yet pronounced,for' him.Of ., .

to our efforts to effect an organization. The their embodied'voice. lle"appoints'Committeesand .what equivocal but : '. .supposed,., in which' America, ,at little:c src 0 the Congressional delegationthree are
people will continue to regard with'intense interest thereby a great measure controls legislation ,, we suppose herself, might strIke us"an irrecoverable' I 'blow ; deadly against hini-his colleague' and two rep sresentatives.

every step we take in our*. legislative ;;for the co-ordinatObranchesof the Government -, definite, as Gen. TAYLOR'S a:crisis might arrive,"- ''when' by:;momentarily One representative has espoused .
coarse. Our duties will be laborious- responsibilities ,seldom'refuse. to concurin 'the latest expression what modifications : crippling o'urindustry.she, might push;in his cause,and two areas. ',yet qnr the. fnpncommittal ;
:/ and '
great. Let us, "then, in view pur of : : of the popular Wn" ,as indicated i : by;: are necessary deprive us: of the .markets .ofihewonld.. ,, 'p att'rm.1 '
these considerations. invoke, in the discharge their .ne1.l.'egt. Representatives.,! His, influence The"message:winds "up' by a,. c whdshould, the'dppbrtunity. arise' ,'will*guaranty ;, Of the Demoratc pre t n papers are .
of of these duties patriotism M,broad as the U': while presiding officer of the House. is personally threat'addressed: to the:Southern" her,forbearnce? Fill.EngUnd\with : provieions L-, gainst hioVjsix; for, ,. Leutral. '.
LiOn and as comprehensive as the, nature'' and I great ;; and if his character:. :,.ubilite .' >#.... ; ; -let ner barns be choatced: 'arid her': '.gr.ne I- A great ;lority.of ,the county meetings
character, of her various interests: and institutions. i,be correspondent, : wIt1hLs pos5tioncan. They 'are. 'told that, .' if' :they, 'resist, 'tea bursting.with: their. 'stores;, 'what. ;:a spectacle :which hav&beenheld: have..gone, against. .-him,:
',: to prepare for. ima_ greater.future., .wouldshJ.; ,presentona.stoppageototi: e decisively
I i of the North the '
;, ; "Guided by this spirit, under the blessings aggressions. \ .yearVsupply of;cottoh. It ::would do more to. Mr. Benton is not likely, rlie"the .M
of Heaven.our',action will result in. the continued ,"If a man were to set but!" says Lord'Halifax: '', power :of,the Executive, "will be e prostrate.her,in:.the dust than all the armaments ts tl 1tant'g t a majority in,any

prosperity our common c untry., ,"by,calling everythIng by its,right; name,.:h,e: to.complete their: :subjugation." It) which'America;and :Europe,'.combined could' Ii Stte. '
"Accept, gentlemen, 'my grateful acknowledgment would: be knocked! "n. before? he' got:to the :. t : 'hurl against:.her./ What a tremendous poweristhbinthehands.ofariyal

,, for the honor "9'1.h4ro' ,conler ed on comerof. e street.,. '',?, ,. tunate howeverthat, the:influence_ ; ,i : f: 1 1- ', COBIOUS CtNC"One of.,the FrnC
i Rational Guard,, ; to.ha ,
me iu selecting Congress.1 we us your presiding' officer the &iLiishman..h. '!te4"in an attic,'being asked -" Taylor not,so;potent:.ltJ the, ; 1 KILLED- BT'A "\V 1UN..-AT,libertine ,met withan from indigestion, produced by.drunkenness,,

present i what: part of the hpuse, he occupied,.;.answer before) if election J ; and that: our awful fate,in Saline CountyMo: lately from 'was recent1y'buiOd in 'the Department of thciMayenne.
The Message the President 'will be sent : .
,. I ibe' .the>ands ofa, iMrs-Remmick: .. During the,temporary -, ,He was buried 'thniiUt ybonors,'
JJf bouse '
in on'Monday" next. Th Committees will not i ed, were J tops1-tur'1l'd.. will J no:: 'more be id'ispol dt: '
: : absence, o her ihusbahd,- arnant:, ,: h e and, on heiogotthlistvol1ey, groaa-waa
flare '
the first
be livin' on : . If *" % "
:, appointed: till Monday "folio viug.: !', : tyranny,thantbat> :! 'of.a' majorit'-* )in : 1 name of Carroll' mdd'oyrtures of.an insulting'character heard.to' proceed,troD the coffin:which/was"|Jn"

_.oUL 1boRPE; : A*agsayiihatYatheihtthew: has,:recent .' "t to her;: :She communicated Ite. fact-to stantly taken upland Ppened ,when the*.supposved .
A H xt" TO LIXICOG I'UEU ro COME. A?' .ly received,a largef offer to take'ph1srcsidenc ..gr.sS: ;.,' .. ': : :,'her',husband, ,..whc'BdT8ed.-her-\ U persisted dead man rose pax4picxamini4oa\ U
Haynnu pisses: cnrrent:now ug a sjnouyuie for r inV a street to keep.the_money .market:,fromgettingtight. ;: 1 in his over d\"es,to:shoot him; and himself was found .that .the "sergeant r had 'negligently; ;

,everything that ji cruel, )and! 'wjcssei,.and,bad, There. '';have' :be< n\21l'Dallot&" ;' ',' in:: ; ; ;.ioaded apistoland: !gaye.ittoher.r: :$otloogaf'teiwartfgCa ;loaded, :bis.piece with..bill: cartridge,' ,the:ball; '.1

.,, ., we think the'word "h inou." could.: b made I .- '- : J" ,. Seiiate;"i.'of-fphi; i. i'JEorlJresldent of [ren' wed.. overt 1104 at. .had passed through the. ,thigh of 'th e ,,man,, .and .. .,
store expressi: re if it wereip1L"htiyuui.' The TheMorniug Curbnicie) Commissioner1.findjsthat : l :tempted.tadetaln her as she was;ascending the thus,prevented his premature' intermentThe ,

: iamb with the WON heing\)>U4ae&;? .It. would, there are in :London:':zs7, :needlewomen :oodyrWithbatan;. electipn J : 'Ehe, : stairft 'Shegot thVpwtol and'shpthlm; he ex-: !reocltted man,. who ,'&soon ,cured'of, hk
gain greatly iu luciuin unxl'cruelty.of, ..expression 'tinder,twenty: years of,agej;,the average, eahirigs I. in,continuously' JBV f Randaiii I j ;"pirediD; (fitleeatninutes, >fKereafter.;: Bemraick evinced his gratitude, bycommcncKilngracUpaagaiust.the .'
if it were u ,4>> writ .tD", for .tIJ, fiuurri, of each of.whom is 4Ud a'da, )".; They}:are ; t "'. ; : and his wife were 'eumlnebetoftt\; "Justice;. _,":.,
.$ _; .'&gid.itM'U.-. .l4lD.t1., '- :. :nenrljr. all, prostitutes.! .: v"j, ;', lor I' {.It''.S'WI ft' 18 ." {'h" -'N-, "::;i'I I' ." n ,: :0:. ', ( ag 5 fqr;;tho,! .jWt I (. '. ?

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Tile t all that part or the report ought to'have known all this, and, .-declared 'tnrt Bnral 'CljT. ".. ">".'/.,.f Ealle..1. ,-,. _r lrelll&.>". .' _--r.$"Pl.- ._ ... 5ELBUTM.T. '::.. :. '_\:
. publish wtTLAL'E.G.8Awt1zv.s1 : ) :: .
We of the TreasurY which ,frej.ts it]long agopild'. enci1: ; ,dd| :: '" i-;zn.cbaei, .. ; :'
Seerttar1 iy 't .
3Incbinceiy.MarE : .
the the .fL' > -:
:, of of the fiDJJlceliand : ; : .". .SMITH ij .t_ : ;;. ,
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of the present and expenditures .for. this not, no weight ought to.. 'be:"given 1 to &trDUS Adm'x.ltc' '. 7)". ,' "" '*' :yJlnftor; Divorce.EDA ATLANTIC,&,GULF }[A1LRQtDCUpANL :: : .
estimated receipts e 1st of their words now. In' shor the Washington : 7REREASby an Order :duly tel ed1aV 'SMITH. ), : *, i, > "
year-that IS up IS hertby.notiSed.tEat it is the inttttkaof <
aui the next defiCit of 16| : ": TOE above entitled 'cause HOD the 234dayOfNoybez'lS49 : satisfaction 'of the IT '..,
He makes ont a ,.Union labors;to weakentheef.fectnf IT''APPBA1UNG-.to the : the.Atlantic and Golf.Ril dC3fflT .
July, 1SS1.and asks a 10411 to that amount. 'lli. the able and eloquent, speeches it was referred to, :the madein this cause"thd -' .to apply for amendment, .to the Charts of!; '.",: .''
ailllOfld and will not be undersigned one of.the Master* this court ;to1 Eda,Smith the-Defendant, resides out,of the : '

M"fl isI specious maD specious, look to this of'these Southern_ .Whigs. ,.And' for take and,state amOng other things :an account, State of Florida..and in:;.the,State of Georgia said Assembly Company,of,at Florida.the next meeting. of&e.&ettral ,, : '. ,:'.

sHisfie.1 short rfg'Sft, turned and twisteddeficit what' purpose,! What possible I ',[goodcan orehe assetta 'of the'estate "of Jno.E.&iunders Onmotionof complainant*Solicitor, Itisorderedj :; "*** r.24.)jL B 9. t., ,- ,. <-v, ; '

; different 'c come of,it ? Does notthat: "paper deceased,and to report the amount. of assetts;of .That the aaid,Ed*Smithy do.appear and answer : : : ''" ; '

the matter, to sbow deficlI V'Q upred.- acknowledge that the: continuance'of 'said estate which! haeome to the'.hands of the.Bill,of Complaint filed in thia'Court within, To.all' Ii.t5'et Private GraI 1 ',.' :'::..::

pro f'8es'howa that. Every body I Mary JLSannders as Adm'x..orof. ,T. O.Holmea. four months,'or the said Bill will bebket for '
&roubln the Union i is i involved in'the sol cinof "' : ;LANDS IN TEB8TATB OFFLOKIDAw; ,' "
There 5 nO can make a deficit i : orofay other defendant:' "V 'confessed,provided a copy of this order be published .< ., ... .: .
knows *. Government than its income and as this j this question: 'that therefore, has .utterly .Now therefore in pursuance" of:said'. order, in some Newspaper in the Eastern Circuit .jVTOTICE is:hereby'given'to' each' d'ev" ,;:

by speoJi g Dore his .jently started on that i ceased to be one of mere, party; Notice is hereby given that on 'Monday' _the 4th of Florida, once a,week\,for! the, :space of fourmonths. L\; Clamant Df the said, Florida Grants,that*

A'- oittruion must be profoundly thankfulPwnnCthiv I that; it is not the construction ,of: the day of March'1850'at Jacksonville' I shall proceed .. .. ,..' < c the .respective, Surveyors,. eIUL' tr'H..t '
they such a reaourse for myst ea- Constitution but'ita to take testimony in.the above'cause,'.and r 'THO.POUQLASSL Burr,Balph W.Norm, Alexander, McKay,aa4c'. .,
existence whichis '
2eNIevic-.n W r. It is to be made tocover all persons:interested are' required,.to ,,, Jcdgec.c.e.c Arthur.M*Randolph.have beeaappoiatea by -
"ufl as increase* in the Army and to bo disposed of, and that the greatness -- then and-there 'before'me with, their ae 'NQY.:2 th 1849.' ,. / : .-' > undersigned to survey said lands, and have:.
: .
e'trlthin; of the the properly attested otherwise they will be precluded ': been-assig&td: ;to their. .mlleI ,of operation --
Office expenses thrown on the danger consists not in '. f ScAKBORocGn. Clerk of the Circuit,Court '
Navv, Post from the benefit of the Decree to be 'made and are now ready to enter.en their *:1. .
millioos expended.in internal improvemenuJ.l1 I fact that one party at the North is hostile therein. ihand r laid County da hereby Certify that the ties..t', : '-" ,: -,
Treasury are to be laid to the Mexican .above is a true copy of.the original order in the: :
to us but that all have united All those titles
parties AUGUSTUS C.GILLETT.. holding or who have a;rights'"
that ad- above stated from the files of mid .,
WLr. The Cbari.fui who reprinted. play every off a speicious to bear:,us down, and instead of a Master in Chancery., Court. case, ,*/appears.. ful claim_to any.of'the lands id question OP, .
Pans .. ,
venturess imposture.10 ,advertised herself "a Widow Confederacy of which all the States are, Jacksonville, Jan. 5th 1850.. 2m :Witness my.hand( and the.- who,may,have any knowledge efthelineseadcornersDf.theirrespectiveclaimsare ';l

'otthe Grand Army? The Administrationliaschosen sovereign members, to offer us one in Sea] of said Court at the. folly sired to come tonrardtritJa''allauch respect-ti* "
the part of.'WItIOW ofthe Mexican War," which they hill be the mabters and SCAL. ,Court House at Alligatorinsaid tie papers and evidences'otloca1icj. as it .';
Lear tUat cant as often as profusion E hare,appointed T.O.. HOLMES our: General 'County; this 5th. may
anJ we are to we their victorious and be in their power to produce This is the more
riOg8 it to the eld of its means, or its Tar- vassals-they v Agent and Attorney,to settle any day of Dei1849.: : especially desirable promptness in this .:f .
make ocaesif for a mask under honored, and we defeated, subjugated and all business the name of Palmer&Ferris.To "J SCABEOBOTIH, particuUr -
iffrriaciples oaths of claimants -will
part ;
which to urge an increase ofduties. and disgraced- they marching triumph collect and receive,all debts due.,the ftnn ':of I Clerk;,C.C.DecemberiSth ., facilitate, .the'operations of the iurve.yora, greatly1 in theeecution .
that because the Mexican -, Palmer &'Ferris, by Bond-Mortgage-Note '1849. ? 4m
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and their 6f
argues chariot
The Secretary we dragged at workjAnd the better enablo
the full amount of ordinary i or otherwise, also for.Darius Ferris deceased.: 'ISheriff's c.
"ddeJ'to .
War wheels the .GoTerntaent tolrbg
: ia'qu.tiontoaspeedyandsatithctorytermInao .
would exceed the All demands Palmer b'ale Benton Fla.
expenditures in time of peace, Is there justice discretion persons having against ,' '. '," .County .:... ,. .- ,.::..: .
reources of the Government during that time or or patri- &FerniaorDariuaFerris deceased.wiIl'pre.I Be sold before the CourtHouse door The districts assigned the surreyb'rsL fop.ttifc .

reN, the deficit was a necessary conscience Ism, in stirring the prejudices of party, sent the same to T-Holmes' for payment, and WILL:. .Beuton'county,'on the first .Monday present, w1libeisfollows-.Commcncing'asa .\
if it did not appear during the last or its interests all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da in between the usual hours
w Uninistration, the present one is bound to in the presence of an issue such rius Ferris,are requested to cull on T. O.Holmes &il,th following property t3 wit: The SOuth extending the surreys north and south,on both h:

brine it about. Mr. WALKER did not take that as this Ought we not rather to consider for settlement and make payment. West quarter of Section 26,Township 22,BaDge sides of the river,as the claims, may be design .

thought that in war a Governmentwas 19 160 of land less. Lev Mr.Bufr win '
View He ; being acres more or nared. surrey the grants in that ',
bound to practice the greatest economy iu it natural aud irresistible that party Adm'x.ofD.Fx&alSdec.DA.VID lotion as the property ofRlch rd B.::Crum,..to portion of the country lying ,Immediately,,west- _- '-'
its ordinary expenses,and to continue the same ties should shrink and crumble be. PALMER. satisfy sundry'Executions i ,', issued .from the of the St:Johns, from Picokta to the month," "

.economy till the burden of the war expenseswas fore its blaze; and that, as the fearfulness Jacksonville Jan. 1st 1850. tf County,Court Alachua,in favor of John 'G. and north,to the north line of the Stile., 'Mr. ,

relieved. No such mixims are to have of the catastrophe becomes --IIIPI. ENOl D MK-w. .IGUTmaSaiS1t.iSc.9 Tyner and others,this 2d day of July, 1849. ,, Norris, in the districtconunencingatPicolata,

conntenance: now, The word is, scatter the apparent N. M.MOODY, on the east bank of,the St Johns, and',exten. ,.
money-open werj sluice-way of expense, and and its approach near, the senti iSS. Sh rUf;B.C. > ding down said :"stream. ,betweeri ,the riter and:'.:

tlurcthc deficit to the Mexican: War! ment of union, not for party but for --&eHE July 21, 1849., tds the ocean,and northto ;the State_,line -Mr., .,, : '

ta iiiothcr p n of the Tre.isury Report, the their country, should spread throughthe SUBSCRIBERS, having constructed a fj- The above Sale is postponed. until the. McKay, in the district bordering on the west -. .

Secn'Urr expounds and enforces his ProtectiveTariff South, should melt down all other A Traveling Pavilliou, by which they can first Monday January next. ? side of the St.Johns,south of Picolataand Mr. .<_. .

chel11{. Wo skill publish and comment diffeiencec operate at any place with the same certainty of Randolphn'tbedistrictcommeacisatPicol., :
upon it as soon' as! we have l'oolu.-111ercuTY swallow up all moaner pas. success would now offer to the citizens of Jack Sheri fr's Sale Benton,County, Fla. ta, on the east bank'of the SL Johns, and running

sions, and gather int' a phalanx all true sonville opportunity having PORTRAITS south from Picokta .
i Be sold before the Court House door > ;
Brnnliful Touch .f Nnlnr i Such feel 1 will be its ef- WILL It is that all' information .
A men we sue taken in a style equal to any in the world. county,on the first Monday requested iii the :,; :

I The Sew York Tribune record the follow- fect. The Washington Union cannot Their mode of operating so speedy that the in August next,between the usual hours of sale : possession or power of the claimants:be:directly '. ,

: ing beautiful incident connected with the attentions prevent or stay the lide-it will be engulfed most aged persons as well as little'children, the following property, to wit: The'East 3 of communicated to .respectife' ,survey ec. -, : ::
are taken with the greatest accuracy, the exact South-East 74 of Section No. 12 Township 21 the better to enable them to define and establish "} '
: it if it
to the Hungarian refugees by persists in attemptingto the true location aiid boundaries of
expression of the countenance being obtained. South Range 19 East; also South-West 3. of the saidgrants. .
"On Monday morning, three Germans, evidently compress its current within the narrow We would earnestly recommend to persons the South-West 3i of Section 25, Township 20, B.;A. PUTNAM, '

working men, went to the Astor House and shallow channels of not let this Surteyor Generalif-.} ,
J pany. generally to opportunity pass with. Range 1 9. Levied on as the property of C. T. #*- ;-
g and uVked to see the Hung a Luis. They were out securing a LIKENESS of themselves and Jenkins. to satisfy sundry. Executions 'issued St.Augustine,.Oct.13, 1840. Gun .' _t

immediately introduce I, and remained sometime friends as it is frequently remarked when too Court Benton in favor, .. .
ALWAYS PAY NEWSPAPER.The from the Circuit of ; of W.H M,MI MMI H.B .i jMaster's '>.f r
in conversation with Gov. Ujhuzy fam late that any amount of money would be paid George Hammock others,this 2d day of July .Sale of Valuable Beat ::! ,'
ily.) Finallv..two of them withdrew and left the m.st remarkable case of remorse for the Likeness of Qpme absent or deceased 1849.. '!. MOODY, :.
third wbJ'continued to talk but seemed to within which has been friend. Estates
our experience, Sheriff,.B. C. "'-
; have something to&iy: which he could not vastly somewhat large has occurred lately. Our terms will be very moderate. Please call July 21, 1849. tds 'BY:\TRTUE of a decretal.order the District *- .. y: ;
out. At last,addressing Mile.Clara, the and Pavillion Court of the United States for .the : .
gel see our Specimens. ( on Mrs.Hall'sLot 17 The above Sale is postponed until the
William R. V. X defraud. : .v
.'. daughter of Mr. Ujh.-izy: he s.iid that as exiles having Forsyth-&t.) Portraits can be taken in first Monday in January next.: Northern District'of Florida madeoti the .14th' .. ..
who were remote trorn country and friends, and ed all his creditors, absquatulated suddenly cloudy as'well as clear weather,and inserted,in day of June,1849t the undersigned a ,Uastet-

wbu-t: property ha 1 bc-'ii confiscated in con e-; to Alabamy. He left the prem- the neatest manner, in casesframes, breast-pins, SALE. in Chancery! of said Court,,will offer for sale at.

'luenl'c of their devotion to freedom and the'l"op1es ises entirely unbeknown to them, and bracelets, lockets.finger-rings, .c. Y VIRTUE of the power vested in me' by public auction before the tJoutt House in'the' :. -

rigiits they must be in ;in embarrassedcondition. while, their led. Neighborhoods will be visited where sufficient B Law I have levied u'and will expose'for Town Jacksonville, in the county of Duval, ,
Th'u drawing from his pocket a they were inspecting inducements be offered.HATHAWAY : on Wednesday the sixth day of February next .
may sale at Fort Pierce, (there being ho,,Court
bank: note,he a.-'rauL-iu this is but been yards to see what he owed them, casting & HANKINS. Hyiisein the of St.Lucie) in the county, the following real estate. of George KJngsley .

little,foi 1 am a poor ui.iu aud have only what I :. up the debit and the credit side of Dec. 22. 1949. V of St. Lucie, Florida county, Monday, the 22d,'day' deceased- to wit rPRAYTON -.

turn, but I could not refrain from giving the the. ackeount, he was safely switnmin' HOARDING! October,A. Dn 1849, between the usual hours 1st'AND.'i' -

tribute of my mite to you of, Receive workman this, to I beg the his horse-t over the creek Welumky.. THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in of sale, the following described.'tract of and or .Situated on Lake George) : containing seventeen 1 '
yon; as heart-offering: a The next day he sol a store in i his Iriendsand the public generally so much thereof as will pay the State and.County hundred ((1700)) acres,.more .orless-valuv :-t. .
up segar
defenders of libortr. that he has prepared a few rooms in his dwelling Taxes, assessed thir onforthe year '1847 .able for its situation,'the quality of its soil,and ); <1
**Mtle. UjUIZ.wo! 'had: not expected anytliiag t that town. But remorse wnuld'nt let house, on Piue-sireet, for the accommodation awl 1848,unless the Taxes thereon'.and the costs'arepiid for its orange,lemon and citron groves.FORRESTER'S .;,
rathrenzbLrrasedcpiietl ,
kind and
of this u.is him rest while he was twisting tip hit of travellers, anl solicits the patronage of before the day of sale, to wit.. Ah Is- POINT.' ; ..
in :i tone emotion, that she was deeply tobacky. Ho stood it a good while those who may happen to visit Jacksonville for land containing 3)600.ncreS of land,lying,and :. ,t:' :-4 :.: .

grateful f jr such kindness, but that they like but last he obligedto business, pleasure health. The building is being in the said county of SL Lucie I called .Situated on the SL Johns Rive,about,sixteea,,,., ",..j, ,:
in condition ask it when her a sodger, at was '
: were not a miles below about six hundred
new one and has been recently enlargoo.Invali.ls .- "Marriatt's Island," situated. : Cape Canaveral Palatka'cohtaining .$; .
father srfid: "Take it. my daughter, and feel cry out "Oh oh !I" and tumble down ((600)'acres) more or less. i .
: can be furnished with rooms with or in the River Ys or Indian River; granted I -' -<. :
thyselfand us all more honored than if'a monarch into his 'nt, he cried like a child. He without fireplaces and may be certain of having I to Don Juan McIntosh by the Spanish'Government ,. BUENA VI TA. ,. .. .,
hId bestowed millions thee! at
time the upon hand of the no- writes us word that he stood every I every attention paid to their comfort. Stabling the 18th of May, in the year 1803 :and Situated near Forrester Point, '-containhjg- :

b.e Kime!hhorer warmly nnd assuring pressing him that they could think like n man; stood the debt that he is provided for travellers from the country. measured and laid off to said'Mclntosh by Geo. one thousand ((1000))acres,more or fess 'with an'<,:" !
The terms will be exceedingly moderate. J. P.Clark, on the 2d December, 1817, as will it and r: ,t.
him. owed Mr. Arkelarus for bread stood orange grove upon ,
never forget ; W'I. $. DONALDSON. be seen by the plat and survey thereof;, which '; .
Mr.1 Pepperell's bill for groceriesstood; Jacksonville Dec. 22d 1849. said 3,600 acres are assessed in said St. Lucie SAN 'JOSE PLANTATION, \. :.. ,

t[:From the Charleston j\lercury.] he pangs of conscience because he Kutrnunrr, '.owrr Mineral county to John H. McIntosh, Situated in'Dllval County, on the' River Su. ,, :

Mi'. fliniardVs 1)ecC!Position owed black Timmins for birin' his little COL Meu. COUXTI. EAST Spring FLORIDA., )/ Amount due for Taxes for 1847, $22,27) Johns,six miles from Jacksonville, containing ;,:
:,. 'C u u three hundred ((300)iti.resuioreor) less,of which ,
of the So u I he til WSiijp ponybutvhen he came to think that 1849j 26,73 :: .
; / Add costs about one hundred and seventy'fieacrea.' are. ; j 'J

1 In tin- debateofttie Houseof Repre. IE HAD READ Tlli. BUNKUM FLAG-STAFF, I C L.RAYTON. open for'cultivation.. On,the. place is a. dweW :if : :<;:

J kse"ta.i\'es. already published, there was AXD COME OFF WITHoUT SETTLl ', his solicitation last Winter, the Subscri,: Taz Collector and Assessor of&;Laurie Co ling house, with.necessary-,out buildings, ',&,:-- : .

n brief notice of the remarks of Mr. heart was bust. He rolled onto the FROM begs leave to inform his friends and July 14, 1849. 'tds &c.; The above pbces offer great inducementsto ', Z" ,.

invalids the South in 1:7 The above sale is postponed, 'until the p. rcbiiers'being healthy and pleasantly :; '.',:
visiting of health
< HILLIARD of Alabama. The report tlf floor a time or twos then goin' in to pursuit situated immediately on the kiTer. St.Johns, .
first January next. 11' '
them was withheld. at his own n-quest, his office gin up. He enclosed us the pleasure for their, that reception he has prepared and solicits Winter their Quarters Monday with fertile'lands bearing many ofthe tropical., :' ;.

: hat he might write out what he had to money, which we have received this tronage. The Booms are, comfortable and hare pa Sheriff's 'Sale. r fruits;some f of them.already:,in agrowing stata.TERMS. '. ,;' :

ayTor himself and so make sure that lay, and hereby acknowledge. Our ad- good fire places. No pains will be spared to virtue of two writs of Fieri Facias issued .. '. ':: :'

; ie was not judged hy words he had not vice tll you, dear friend, is to keep your render every comfort and attention to those BY but of the Circuit Court and to 'me directed .. One third:'cash-balance.in )ne,;two, and' "'i ,, : .

seil. The precaution indicates that hands horn pickin and t'ealin', take theFlagStaff ;. who may visit this celebrated Fountain of I will expose at Ucale in front of the three years, with _interest, _to be, secured! by-'J. ;. '
Life. Several fine horses are kept in readiness bond of the and on'thepremisas. ,
vonsidered CourtHouse in the Tot, I.of Jacksonville county purchaser, mortgage,
the from
occasion nf
but '
one to keep yourself '
for those who wish to ride,-and this vicinity of Duval and State-of Florida c on the first ." '
teat import. We copy his speech to. emptashing, pay in adwance. Can abounds in wild game such as Deer Turkeys Monday December nut between the usual 6EOBGEB FAIRBANKS," ''' i .; ."

ay a* revised by himself. Every you donny thing for us Wetumpkyl Ducks and Birds, and for those fond of such hours of sale,the following described propertyto Master in Chancery.SLAugustine ": -

:; ord seem- to have been weighed, and Certingly. Cirkelate! Cirkelate! sport there is every.facility. The"M i1 Stages, wit: Two tracts of land situate, lying, and ;".24,1849. ..9t&t_ .,".:'
jrom Jacksonville to Tallahn8sepasa the House bP.in nn tha.a.tersotTrou, ., Creek in said county ... (" :'i < "
; have been Knickerbocker. -- --- --- --
very position to cautiously twice a week each ,way. Terms of Board are --0 tract containing .640 .and theother ::

studied. In fact. it l loses in momentary $20 per month including fires;and the Table one SO acres;: ,of.land more or acres less and one '.. Exccutor'sSaI. -.-.. . ,.- '

: efli-cj by its deliberateness and wantf SELECTING COLORS.-Thje art selecting col. will be furnished 'as well as any other at the hundred head of Stock Cattle. Taken in execution NPURSUANCE'oftheorderofth. Judge,of,J. ': .. .

) impulse. Yet reflection and caution ors which suit the complexion and general style South. The best medical aid can be procuredhere .at the suits of Edmund H.:,Smith, and JL berwin'se1l.Probate for Columbia auction.county in, the front, snbscrK rtls.: ::. .
public ;
and the Springsat this time are in first William Boss ArthurBarney and will. '
carry Mr.- HILUAKD to precisely the of the wearer, is not generally known among rate order; for drinking and bathing.. ,At these be sold ash B.. property ys, of the said 'defendants, .Court' House in, the town, of .Alligator, on.the ..' '. :... ". -. ". ;

'same gro JOtl which Messrs. TOOMBS the ladies. The following hints may be usefulto Springs will be found a very pleasant and desirable .to satisfy said writi v \_ first day of January next within the usual .. ','. .;- ,
'h .
and STEPHE.NS that this hours of sale the following lands belonging:"to .
the Winter. .
occupied- them : place to pass THOmS'LEDWITH; .
the estate of Jacob SummerUn deceased situate ',: 'i
:{ : aggression must be repressed, For fair-haired D. T. TREZV ANT, Sheriff ;D.,C. : -. ,
or dark-haired ladies, those in said county and adjoining the Town of,AUi. :. :
:OT the Union cannot stand. Evidently colors which produce the contrast ace PBOPJUETOR. October,:27th:1849. .e. : '-'
greatest November 17th 1849. gat Mr. MILLIARD, who is a Whig and a best. Thus for fair hair,sky blue is very become ., 5t. 6. The. above sale- .is postponed until the quarter of 'Section thirty-two, and Township '. '.:', lo ,1 1
.ill,_ Y..lInw nnd nrancro tint. .. ml hV'PM. n_. h.. < S. and K Also the:I > : I' '' -
sttoug TAYLOR man, had no disposition -0'0" -- v.' -J V WW Land for sale, near Xorapu. first,Monday January, next. three, Bange: seventeen : "
coming to Luliea with black hair. Rose color ,- Ncrth-West quarter of the South-West quarterof .,,.. : :-
to draw such a conclusion. He should never be put on in actual contrast'with 'I'i 'Sheriff's SaeBenton! County Fla. same Section,Township and Bange:.also the" ..

OPS it with extreme reluctance; he is a rosy complexion, because the latter loses by i f Brills land: a quarter section quantity,lies [ East half of North'-East, quarter.of Sectien :. -

: driven to it-there was no other conclusion the comparison; it should 'be separafed with JL in Simmon's Hammock. at twelve-miles WILL Be s beforethe.' Court House:door. thirty-one,8ameTownshipandBange;,and the'. 1" ,' .'. ;' ..
to draw. All this he shows with white lace,blonde, or, ifs cap or a bonnet, by distance from the pleasant;and growing.village ', Benton county* onthe'first; Monday B l-'Em quarter of Section thirii- lie in ; :!( .' !

omplete He far locks of hair. Pale green is exceedingly become Tampa. About one half is" cleared and..has iu'Augtist'niit, between the usual hours of sale same-Township and flange, containing t .in-aU .' .. ,,., ., :i":

; .* honesty. goes as as ing;It makes them appear rosy, but in unfavorable been sn cultivation two years.: The soil,is following, property, to witr The. South-East. about two" hundred and.forty ,acres of land-* ., i.:i< I :

canto defend his party; he has full ruddy' faces, for it makes them too red. .warm light and of good depth; ani is well quarter of tfe Sduth-West quarter, and Southi.West portion of which is improved.having thereon a., 'i!"1.:1; J' .' ,.', ,.I

faith in the good intentions ofthe, President Violet'should never be used for fair complexions known for its large yield of S.L cotton.. quarter of the South-East quarter the NorthiEast, Section large and commodious dwelling house,kitchen, ,:,;c' ;"' ..f .', '. 1

-but there is a line beyond which except for a very deep tint for contrast.A .- The water is soft And pure, and the place decidedly 27lind Notth.West-qnarterof negro houses and, other outbuildings, and a.> '':". ; '_ v. I ."1{

ao of inten- violet dress will make a fair complexion look healthy. Several ,hundred other: acres quarter,and North-East quarter of North-West bout one hundred" acres are.under fence andsuitable ..: ::,' -- ',,;1

respectability party or good green,and a yellow'one, orange, which is bad could be got, ajacent'and:similar,,the whole being quarter Section 34,Township 19 South;',Bange fo? cultivation.," :Terms made known, ':.,:' .:: i =

I tent ions of Presidents i can avail j and for all complexions. Dead white,such as calico ,'on a plane 'moderate: .levati n... ,The. 17..t- Levied on by" Jeremiah-Mi Hayman.{ on day of sale. ',. o'I' '
(that line the North is threatening tq is for complexions bui bad for the .Constable satisfy. sundry vExeoutionisissuedfrom : : ,'
; good range is good _in the. _neighboring woods and THOMAS DEXTER ,. .: _, :1l.
Dh over. It matter not whoor, of contrary,for which the white muslin, or tulle priori,which latter are quite extensive. With.! .. tke Justice Court ollxer of Benton.this 2d day in favor o :;J>4tI849L 'of .. BOBEBT,.'BROOKS .'". .i."."1, 'l;:"". :,. .. :"'

what son, are the inen that threaten in folds or en ruche, is more advantageous in convenient: distance, .on the public land, is'a Neil Ferguson: and' '" JikM.'MUODY ,' JOHN :.SUMMEBLINExecutors ,-. ?),. "' ;. -'. V"sml ':': > I ,

site t for a residence,.overlooking a scene of sur- ; | of Jacob Summcrlin,deceased_ ,- '. :.- '
ibis Union :f :
made the
:1' aggression; once George W. Brega, who'made the Q vertures to I pising beauty. The)terms will be"made known __ Sheriff/B.0.. : :I. f ,,: ". 16,184. $.-24: -1m V. /, '.' ':_: '; :.. ,- 1-lt'iiE
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l becomes an oppression an outrage Mr.Bennett from Clayton'and Co. to obtain the i by application at Key West, Florida, to- July2',-184. tds. ? >? : "
thefirst :, .
;: that the 'South will re i.t.8 it would support of the New York irildhu, been:.dii ,t. 'JW.'STARLDec.l,1649. 'f a The.above Sale Js. tpoe&untu; Notice.CJopartaerslup' -. .'': rMf' .' ,

missed from office. This small .. 6m' :Monday in January.next;; .-' <, -; .,:
sacrifice '
ao invasion foreign No was offered : ,: .
; by a enemy, 't- .. ,' :; -T .heretofore existin&berl \ -. 'f :: ___
Mr. :
vent is mote sure.. up by )Bwihg, the.ig. Knife of t the' i, iEsf'CtI..r'-.. .' 'Columbia Sherifl's 'S1e. ;1_. twieo the undersigned under tift namandstyle : ; t; '': c .

The recent action of the Georgia home department.: BY virtue .of an order of the Judge. of Probate -' ,VIBTUB of a writ'of Fi.fi-.issued'trQa! of Cooper&BCML is this day o1 edf.; : :'. --

: f Alacbuaf county; the Subscribers 'B' -' Columbia Countyrand 1consenL. CHA P.COOPP.'R'y,1.1J', :, c.---- :.
the Circuit Court,ol .
nd Alabama b11D8 -
is made the sub. If'X.- ) C :
\Yhigs KIHPEEHOOK,,N."T.June,?.p,:1846.. 'will sell at public auction: in front of'the to me directed. I have levied upon and/wiUexr: : QUO'. 'J '1t"RAB.. ..:';'' ,' ,,' ; s"f:' ;.; ,
ct of A long, and we,must say, .a very Court HOUSP, :ft the(Town of.Newnansyille, on of the Court Houssloorla k3OflTfl15Dec.9) j&49. ,it i$ ;Z: ,
ME S. IV;Fowz, -Tosa ta public sale in front j jI I J$ .: i'i 'Y. : ,
lliberal and unralled for, review by tne the first day oi: January next,;within the bsual I, the ToiOfA1IigOrcmb1CP17oathofirt [ ... _- .oi"J J .: n: w'. .,:;1Ilece. ::,:& '
in the ; tt"
t3l1 -Having year 1844, bten 'attacked honrof, sale 'the following land;. ,-, "oJ r
Washington Union. That asms /: belonging the Monday December next,the; following .. -,;.' ,- .. .' '2.it"f5,or.
paper i affection of'the. : : < '
with sef ere Lungs, with pains estate of JacobSanunerlint deceased mituai 2 .
; 'Eorsescnellule ?iz.
wit:-twd : "- 1 1't 'l
to -
to all the argumetit.and positions in the breast and side; I purchased a.bottle' of ted inlaId county,TWI Five hundred'acres of property : riberwi: e8 to blre VJ ._. w ''- -.e.:
levied '
: stock cattle as '
if \Jesr and -Wistart Balsam of Wild Cherry which before .and,SJQO,hnndred upon 'front "let/' .}next hrceumsawmIUj y;
< :JOOUBS, :JTPIIENS, ,land being an nndivided !otutbpart of,a;tract: of.Wra. asoa to sfyTLfs 8Lssucdfrom .,, Jsnuuj : '
I had consumed thecofltentiqone.bottle ,I of two" thouito'd situated: the property ,_ : : _t6wor1ti" f ; -: {
t finds, that they have spoken nothing performed !. ; acres;\ on tha'riverSantdTFee. Court of wddCeisityJaein .
the Circait : ,
A complete C1U'ec.m; with,,assurance ..ttndbounded: .on,the West by\Iliads ibIs place for. 'which liberaiwigei.tft1H_ .ye'8... ,. ,,9,
ut the ruihjh, regard to thenjtist favor of the Ex'rs.-of Jacob' Sa- edi vsWra. ..-.-._..__. '" .
recommend it to my fellow-men as being a most : of P.B1 s.ahaiad- on all other rids byTa-:! Hand- wm-'p'--' ',... <' ,' 4
nd uneciqstUavionaT cbarat.er.of.. the valuable n medicine 'and.which cannot Jail,, in. cant lands and the River'Santa'Fee.. Terms .Cason, and one in favor'," of." '8ha4riftfc" ,, '. :.." '' ', _, -! 'c' ":':""J '').is. ,' rr 1 -O"....).' '. :i" .: :- '
.i -
ti-slavery .cliemef,, and altogether any,[,ctioh the' go'drelief.' m. eborioflal. :." ', :, ', '- ookeAtid\WaLCaIoDt.- :,'.::'.-'- ", ."' :. : D..C" :;i :;;, ': -
grees with them that the success. .ol /IFAMES,MTJiROP.Mr 1 i: :JOWiA8UMMEUN 't .f -.". ..,.":.ft1 '' -'i': .')1k'"j' ) i_ f'I' ''
/ ro"ie--n'ese.li ei are.;*i' your" opUonjdo ; ." S ; !TBO ) '. .. : 41OTCfl ; 7., : ; ,. "
bese schem.es woul! be. fata) tp, the D.DEXTBB,: oy.341849. ,. :! ; td1' ,'ONDbNPORTER ). 'w' .'
with)them as you see fit It ig a true certifi. -" 'l A U D"V1n'I. t 4
., : : .LOBT.W..BBOOK.S1-- w.y ,.
: .
) But. it theftitt .J ...Eor' .
'pion. until '
oi'lrtl t'hey ;are cate.f $ I*. h -: "..> t Eiiattou. 'bkcNSalsji postponed '. .' .tf. '-,. .
.hiS" and supported the election of For Bale' T\' 0 HOLMES & Co\ j' Dec. 8 la' atxt :Dc4-- ,. "" 't '
I by ,. Y84&o: Ida Monday January: .. ;" } r1ft. ":' .
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4S's nf# ". 1 41lumiffs' :'. ,.- S heonu. enccd **OtUK '3 Wf fjUfishejmtoediately
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undcrgonethongh4pairs- .herconjplaintsUeftherfaridanei
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.! fi.L T J( 'fiJ:1J aU is now reopened.(ohereception..or- com r ral bottles she; is restored. Being a;

", L ? -F- 1 jj : I is _______ case I thought it might da-gO odt&pnljzhjf singular. '
-a it : !
"i. ', S II tnnrr' *I,: :Flortrin llililin,? ){: TillS iksTlTUTIONiwiLtf WOP EKED ON 1 !h_ yelleatned rOputaticm.\yhi i**li! ; hOuse I, S p. She used,'a number of remedies? thataone'lib 3no

,. ,' tiLLAHUSEF.'XOY.'_0, 1849. $ t the first Monday itfJahS next:?iit&bI l 1iiA'M: !. hft' actfttired. ;li1 is theTititexition of. the.presentprupritort ;; ; ; S y $ 'good:previously; 'Youi/TC8pectftjnyp i
0 ii
fortiie '" *> fs-v '' <* S ;; :
WHEREAS'an election. (following) in Jnc1uonvUfeF..asi, FlO11Itttb :tJ *Jt I K sustin.! : .v.: _* *" 'Ul*H ; JOHN ;MULLEN/S/ ? Nfofl.t.TOTJIELADH3S .-
S ; to witf one Major Geh-: Separate rodms"willi tie-fi tea "up" forrthe'ac[ :; :mEi1 f.f accommodation! wjllJeextendedJto; ;: I ,- |, ir

eras for 1st';DJrIS10n. one Major 'Ge'neral'for'24Difisiou.ohe commodation of young Ludsand' Misseswhere'theywilL ''jrucs'tsV't JnValidsyrt.rayclleH7an4; 2 Bothers'..will : ; ; f
BragudW General for 1stBrigade', instructed in the- lemerttar1;nnd! .\.find'this! hofase'desiralila.1 : tjs situatedfacing; 'p. *

one Brigadier General Sd'Brigade'arid: one ;higher branches::pf 'inF EnglisK':-'arid<-"classicalEducivtioiif r:, .the*south,*:rwith:,daric'p'iaziasKi7pa! { ; feet; long, ..GREAT: < ,FEMALE. ,,-ML'DiC11E.DLTOWSED'sAR5AARhI.tA- :.' U
Brigadier General for 4thBrjgade Florida MU ) ? !yard ,
; andijybung'menrinJlie: ; fittddfor -vitlfjcQuttj .in front and iTrotected. froni : ., I
littnft g' !ibWon i the fst daj'$:of OciobeVTX: ,College on fore professional lifejln thevLatin and S nbrtheAkVindsVi'Thevrpomsareeligiblysituatedjjlurge } -. xt i i I. ./ I IEi1flRELT' .and,speedy.cure for incipient consumption isasoTercig&aid _i z

nnd itnp \Hug byfulI'cv the..returns' :Greek classies, ''nrid iii:the' Philosophical', / and.airy, the,itding'fixtur ;.&cbcing'newi ;fo VX1ETADIE' : ;;forthe 'general:'prostration of thc ystCBjb, *
made,to,.the Executive Oflice thlt. / Mathematical sciences: <; **v 'l*:' :"{ ? r.Tlie Iloyisel built of wood,lathed-. I 1CO1POVND.I matter whether the result inherent ; I
ifJohn'.JMiltouisduly' elected'Major, General Arrhrigeiucuf lil''l' ntid'nMstPTvd,' &c.; :Tna* wordit.is* : ,built exr. pms MEDICINEVas prepared'j by a regular'Physiftian'anais'thercsult'bf ; ; ;: causes produced irregularity illness can$, sor -
of 1st pi vision: ; '' TUE into four quarters" reslyforthe:-ltLrp9e.'j.L J-i; ;" '* ::. : ; :- ,:: ;.IlfJ ah exteriPn accident/.' S ., cr
,Je .Corter. Major Genera.12d< Division: YEAR, wiilfrbc divided : WtW/the"' many.' advftntages.combinedl fti :?; :' ,the- siy /tll o":ofr15evera.ycars'lin! a1' biH6us"cli:, .,Nothing-can
of about 12 weeks with more-.nirprising than _
eachj; intervening vaca its ic
'Rob r .C. Caldwell Brigadier General 1stprjga.de pre is ate,7Thos? whojiave tJlt.t emsehl' '
tions. The day fall have two sessions i the first, syftpfoprfet.relpatr6hiiiiig rs.P&iri:: assuretbose \l !, or1aeei'its1salutafy vigoratingi'cfft..ctsD the human frame. 'Per 1
:. '0' d from 9 to 12 M. 'and the second from'3 ( 5 'the.n'6us'ctliat."hVr; .ekeftipns will t.t5fct8tupon, cithers;,;,need.no.. sons all weakness and lassitude from !
9' P. "** talcing it
; '
w. ( '- farther'evidenc
James* A. Pedon Brigadier General 3d Brigade M.. Wednesday'mornings will b be'bppoiriteS betopleasew, ? ,. ,. .. *, ,.- -t of thousand }pf its'grcat Value". The health.i at.once become robust and full of energy under
; ? has been"pcTfectIyv restored .
: exercises in English composition and declamation. Very'Respectfully, .,. c : by i influence.. immediately counteracts the
General 4th this medicine -when 'nil*othert remedies -
Benjamin Hopkins Brigadier ncrvelessness
TilE PROPRIETORSt. ] of the female frame;which is tig :
Brigade: After the first term Trill berec ,ivcd Augustine, Oct.: 201849.; : failctL1 !1.ts.operation Snotjsimplyr! to suspend great cause, of barrennessjt.will / .
nc pupil
NOW,.be it therefore known, that the above at the, of the session;jr No''n./ Attached to. the house. i$ fine stabling.carriages the disease {fir n/f ime, but, to ipurify\ the ys- : ; not be expected of u? in eases'of.
except or near beginning to-
named are hereby proclaimed duly elected ; t rri'jand restore it t. sound and perfect health delicate ;'
persons ,and no pupil for less than one term. horses, ponies, boats. and all fix' nature. to exhibit certificates of curt.
to the various commands designated and tures for excursions, oct 27-2m iA;small :'Treatise oii the causes, treItdiOntand performed but we can assure the afflicted '
will be Tuition. ..i. cur&of fever and arid other diseases I
when,commissioned, obeyed and respected ague of hundreds of cases bare Leen reported to usl
accordingly. -, ,R ading, Writirig and Arithmetic' $6.00 i ,Boot and Shoe' Store ).' '' fr. bilious*? climates/7 rqaye had gratis.of the nn- Dn. TowNSEin : My wife being gr ntiyijlj.., I
THO. TJROWN Governor. Higher English ics 8.00 dersigned. ,
'rn TilE SUBSCRIBER. Eiyink takenKi..Uiia I vv tressed y-wf'tIknesslind' general
Dy the Governor-Attest: .,. Philosophical and C1lssicalstudies, 10,00 ; up his1 residence. permanently ,.in I Also, numefous c rllfi iitt's from mcnof, the suffering continually by pain and with 'other
L. A-THOMSON,Adj't & Insp Gen 3t One half the price of tuition,according to the & r Jacksonville, respcctfulljr informsthe 'highest respectability testifying to the great ..difficulties, and having known eases where
studies pursued} will be expected, in advance, pnbhicthit he" is effieacy.of this niedicinecan, be seen on.application medicine has effected yew
now prepared great cures and
and the balance at the end of each term. '
to the Boot and.Shoe' business 'hearing it rcccmincnded for such
Sauces &c. carryon in al! cases as 1 have
-, Board will l be provided in;Town at 'reasona-. its branches. As he obtains all his materials, T., O. HOLMES &. CO., described, LobtaJnfda. bottle'of your Extract

Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup. ble rates per month, for Pupils,from the country directly from New York he will be enabled to. Agents for Jacksonville and' J cill ly. ,ofSarsaparillaand followed the directions
Prepared Salad Dressing for Lobsters, 'Chickens ; and Parents and Guardians: who may"de furnish custom work 'at'a'much less price and Jacksonville; F b.24, 1849.. Cm gave me. Inn short period it removed her coir you
sire to availtliems'elves of the' facilities of this of far superior quality than has hitherto been plaints and restored her to health.
English, Mustard, in pound and J lf-p un4 Institution for the education of their children accessible to his fellow citizens. lIe trusts that DR., ,TOWNSEND'SCOMPOUND EXTRACT ttrateiul for the benefits she} received I Being-tale

bottles. and others, maybe assured that no exertion the patronage which has alreidy been extended .SARSAPA'nILLA. pleasure in thus acknowledging it,and rcco

Dunn's Chemically Prepared Chocolate, for will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and to him, and for which be takes this occa- This Extract is put. up in, quart lottles-itis I mending it to the public. -
Invalids. progress in knowledge of all who may be sion to return his sincere thanks, will be still six time j cheaper pleasantcr, and warranted superior : M. D. MOORE cor.ofGranj & Lydiussts.
entrusted to the care of the Principal. continued. ''to Albany Aug. 1844.
Spanish: and French Olives, Capers, and Sweet. any sold. It cures diseases:without
OILCurrie RUFUS K. SEWALL. Principal Repairing of all kinds executed with neat- vomiiino,purging sickening or delilit citing the patient TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LtEliS
Ni B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to ness and despatch the BILLIARD antis
Powder. Indian Soy, and Cayenne Pep directly opposite particularly adapted for a This Extract
seats and desks. Chairs 'areiparilhi has been
provide are recommen-
SALOON Bay Str et.. I1 ALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. 1 13 express
perAnchovy ded. [Republican ] ;V '- prepared fn reference to female cOD.
Shrimp, Bloater; and Cavier Pastes. G. 'nr LS. The great beauty and superiority ofthisSar No female who has to
May 19, 19-19. tf Jacksonville, Sept.Sth. 1849. Gin saparilla over all 'other reason suppose Le is i appror.cliinp -
1UCII SAUCES of every variety imported, remedies is., it, era- that critical
period, "the
cush Reading, harvey John Bull., Worcester,. I IR.. .REID. & CO. : 'tlicates disease;it invigorates the should neglect to take it. as it is a turn certain of life,"
Camp. &c., &c., &c. JACKSONVILLE HOTEL. body, consumption 'cured., Tenure for any of the nnnteioiTS: and horrible pre

Preserved English Fruits, and Provisions. I MESSRS. R. E."REID & CO. having leas- cleanse and strengthen, diseases to which female? are subject at this

Jellies, Jams, Marmalades, and Preserved Jam- Wharf and the buildings attached, consumption call:be cured, time of life. This period may: le delayed for
aica Ginger. arc now:: prepared in connection with their bronochitis., consumption, liver complaint, Severn! years by using"til;is medicine. Noris.it

Heal Gorgona Anchovies. "rriHE SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease DRY GOOD, GROCERY, HARDWARE colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma spit- less valuable for these ivLo aie

Stoughton Bitters. X of the Hotel formerly, occupied by Mr. AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT ; ting of blood,soreness in the chest, wOJnnn lcet. JP: it i i. calculated to assist approaching nature
r Syrups of every sort. WOOD respectfully soiici a continuation of to do a'GENERAL COMMISSION : hectic flush, night sweats, difli"cult .' by qiiickening the Mood and invigorsitinjr tle

Liquercs of the choicest kinds. the extended patronage which has hitherto BUSINESS. -or profuse'xpec.- systern. Indeed,this medicine is invaluable) for
London Pickles, Chow Chow, Piccalili, Gherkins -: been bestowed upon this well known estab-- Their charges are established by the Savan: oration and painin all the disease?to which wnneii: are 1\lljrd.
Onions, &c. lishment. In order the better to merit it they nah rates. the side. &c. It braces the 'rlw; c- ntJU. renews

PAUL DE VEEtI & CO'S flavoring extractsfor have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail have and ently the natural (- }'';iu.-Ly rrniovinj}cmmn; the

Confectionary, Ice Creams, JelliEs &c., viz building, and adopted many improvements to Steamers at this place, and are now enabledto can becured. imiiuritics, ofthclcdy, -not FO f r stimulating
Lemon Mace Nutmeg Peach: promote the health and comfort oftheir guests. offer evtry facility the Merchant. Planter the sj'Ktcni jis' Vanilla Celery Rose Orange Peel The old friends of the house will certainly and the Public generally. I Probably.t her P never was a remedy that has whicli i" the cjte: of iiit tjnfdicine; faLfv

Ginger Clove Almond Nectarine&c.The deem it an :advantage that the table will be under Goods consigned to their caI'e will be received been so successful in desperate cases OfcoIUump- for ((lIUt Ie vraj.iiefj?'Hnd.disty c-, ".
above articles, and many others of the : the superintendence of an experienced and forwarded with despatch. tion as this; it clcansem'ancF strengthens "the DIKE A HI 01''lIE HKAJ'.T. To t'P--

choicest kind, are imported from the principal Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves' Their Store, Office and Warehouse arc situated system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the TUB!' AND jjOjPM ,

houses England. For salebwer than any they shall not berivalled by any Hotel in the I convenient to the Wharf lungs, and the patients gradually regain their :\1.W. YOUK.July. :2. 1In.1)i .

house in the United States, byGEORGE South, being now enabled by the constant steam Palatka St.John's River, E. F., January 13, I usual health and strength. .. TOV.-SSK.\J: ?-JJWT ir: Jy.; .Aviu* i'S .

RAPHAEL. communication with Savannah and Charleston 1849. CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. been afh'ictcd with dii_.. .. iln-1.. .
1y i -. a >r..n.!< nf* ." .-vi.. .. ..i....1.
262 Pearl Street, U. S. Hotel, N.Y. to.have the advantage of the fine markets of I I "TIIere" is' scarcely- a day passes: but there area with a tciriMe muIlure: 'lur {rvcr fittein y.tlUI,

Perfumery in every variety, Imported and those Cities.. In addition they bring to the business HOLMES number of cases of Consumption reported as thegreatrijiart nf the, time. MIC 1i;>> le('n
Domestic. an experience of many years, which will CO. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. troubled witl.*hci-ti>oHol li-ratliMid! : prrat jim,.
Sept. 8, '49. 4m enable them to judge better the means of attending l\iTESSltS. HOLMES & CO., have removed | The following was recently received: tering of 111- JI:1l't which: hits t.(i< very diJ j
to the wants of those who visit the mild ilL their stock of Merchandize to the large DR. TOWNS END-Dear Sir :, For the last trcssing, rntl Iirs; 'hfr lI'Jltly 1-ecn imnMv! to

Law Nt ice. climate of Florida, for the purposes of healthor building formerly occupied by the United States, I three years I have .been afflicted) with general leave her Ltd. "TJic rrj'tiniwas very l rj-e

JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. pleasure. I known as the Government Building.' They debility and nervous consumption of the lust and severe hlCvtrnd r.JUOFt] etevy rimeoy 11 r

HAVING left the State: for California I THE ,JNCRI &S1 reputation which the climate I have added to their stock, by the late arrivals stage< and did not expect to over gain my health such crises xrith but little T>cn.> .t. W lieu hie ;
transferred my business t" Col. of Florida possesses in estimation of from New York. full assortment of Dry Goods. at all. After going through a course of medicine had taken but tfcrcc- Leiuk,1' _vtmr txct-lluit: :t.

:1mIH.1 Sneneer who will in conjunction with the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand Groceries, hardware; Provisions( &c., &c.: under the care, of some of the most distinguished medicine sloe wuM-jif iri-iy i dirve l oi tLo l ili Mr.: B.iker, prosecute all unfinished d business to other pulmonary diseases, ,has induced a which they are prepared to sell at reduced regular physicians and members of the. of the heart.: f>ntl tie rij.tuie; lus Jiln.c tu

, a close. vast increase of travel to this State, during the prices. Board Health in New York and elsewhere, i tircly dismppcsrcd.

The Militia claims in my charge will be attended fall and winter months, of those who seek the They are now prepared to purchase Cottons.; and spending the most of my earnings in attempting i I She has also hfjLthc.drcry.]! n>tl wa vnyt
I to by myself in connection with Col. relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,-and in Hides, and other produce of the country at the to regain my health, and after read- j much wollen. We" Lad ro im'n that >lir coyJJ -I

! Spencer and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Wash view of:this fqct. the subscribers have determined highest Market rates, and make cash advances ing in seine paper of;your San-aparilla I resol- j I I be so benefited' : fts she r .d! MM I. a i-<-n j hit'utit u

! ington, and every effort made by us jointly to that their exertions to merit the pa.troDlgl'wh on: consignments their friends in Savannahand ved to try it. After usingsix bottles 1 found i![I disenscs.] JV.t it'Lf sfa; -tI-Je jsit n5y :j -
i prosecute them to a successful result.' I have ch shall be bestowed upon them shall be Charleston, or New York. done nc' great good, and called to sec Jon at j!\ pear, relieved: Ler! ff iheirejsry.! 1 j.n amitmue

no authority to collect the money due on these without regard to toil or expense. They have a new article of Wrought Iron your office ; with your advice I kept on. und do J t that thfcstatn; cit: is s.. :1".IJ't. : to ;ij j U r-
claims, as I have: always preferred to have what BUFFING & COX. Ploughs which they would respectfully call mof t heartily thmk you fcryonr adviee.: 1 persevere almost: ; like teti('. 1at: it r "J\l'tldtt: :. n-I tr-
ever money may be appropriated placed: in the Jacksonville: Oct. 6., '1849. tf the attention of Planters. in taking the Sarsaparilla.and Lavr been j reality. Ymzr Sni-s--jcriifji; ; is rntr.J.ly't .

hands oft local p lymaster, such as the parties j rr The Charleston Mercury, and the Savannah Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1840. tf1oiicc. able to attend to my usual labors for the last j I uable medicine. :MMI, shf-itM l.et:>nl \ .\ f\tiy .
interested may select, after the act of their relief. Georgian will please copy the above four months, and I hope by the blessings of God jmll.your j one that is Mifferirp r.s we: hate I-e -n. It :a y.

GREGORY YALE. until forbid. Administratrix'' : Sarsaparill.i to continue n>y JlclIth.I I' dibeiivetlds; ticu.iuit. tluy rre at m'I'r. to.
August 28, 1849. tfdUlilli8Irntnr' SIX MONTHS after date I shall present my It helped me beyond the expectations of all that call at my Lon P:ii; Uinvi>fct lflrtliiCn.titrJtkii

:. -- - --- -- -_. 5 __ _- Adnii.sidraor'1oticc.. accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. II Yours.; reppcctlnllAWILLJA.Sl, -. .
,\ Hair. months after date I shall present my accounts Judge of Probate of Columbia county for a fi- 0 range. Essex Co.N.J...Aup.::2,184 7.SlateofNeic TOWSEK.; : 1 1 Juintt-,tDYPPEPSY. '

WILL; be sold at the late residence of.Tas. SIX and.vouchers to the I/on. Judge of settlement and discharcrefrnm' thft nrlrmn.' ; Jfrstv. Essex. ___ fount/___- ..'. _ce.Quiinby _._ '.!._l_. i in. ; -1
deceased, near Mandarin on Probate for Marion county, for.a final settlement istration of the Estate of John C.:Smith, late of being duly sworn. according to law.: on : ;

Thursday the fifteenth diy November next, and apply for a discharge as Administrator said county. deceased.'. his oath saith.: that'the foregoing statement is No fluid or nicdk'inr J;;! >,c')(r been discover

all the perishable property belonging to the Estate of the estate. of Samuel E. wihley, late of ,ELIZABETH SMITH. true,according the best of his knowledge and cd which so nearly re>cii.Mess the gastricjuicoor -

of said James James, deceased, consistingof Lov/ntjles county, Georgia, deceased.! 'ByA.Y.ALLEN, Ag-'t. belief. CHAS. QUHI L saliva in decdnij.OKir.giV.od and ptrengtlicning
household and kitchen furniture, farming WM. D. BRANCH, Mm'r. June iG, 1849. 6m Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, the organs ofdigi-atujn as iLis ircp&ration fit !

utensils, Rifle, Guns, Deer skins, Cow hides, Marion'Co., August '1, .1849. 6nAdwiiiidratrix' the2d August' ,. 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, SarFaparilla. It positively .cures every case of"
several head of horses, 450 round mill logs, 35 Land for Sale.MTOR Justice of the Pence dyppcpsin. however severe or cLionic. -

sided mill logs, 12 sticks of square timber, cross SALE,bet ween nine and ten thou BASK DEPARTMENT.7.rArv.i) !:,y 10., IF-li 'ji.
cit 8a.WS axes &c,&c. Terms made known on Notice. of Land, situated in Nassau TWO CHILDREN SA VEil l;&. TOWKSEM).__. i>: 1 .I \" 'ten nfiiicjetl J
the day of SIX months afterdate I shall present my'ac County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. Very few families indeed, -in fact we have for -everal :years with tlifjuj SIR in" it's vVitt ..,
sale.THOMAS HAG N. Adnvr counts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of, Rivers not heard of form -
M. Mary's being a portion of the Waterman one-that used/Townscnd's) ,attended with wnniess ftl'stomach.. li>* t
1 MARY ANN JAMES, Adrn'x. Probate of Columbia county, for a final 'settlement Grant. The above ,is heavily timbered pine Sarsaparilla in time lost \11iJdrenthe., .past .of appetite, extreme LeartLum.. r.nd a pn-r.t, .J(
Jacksonville Oct.27, 1849. 2t and ask a discharge from the further administration land,.conveniently situated upon water courses, summer while- those that did not sickened and aversion to all kind. of food and for wfclcj: 'i

of the estate of Samuel Al. Elliot. i with exception of about.five hundred acres died.. ,The certificate, ve, pijblish'beloTT' is conclusive (what 1'cduld eat) I Lave been nimble to retain: ,}

Jacksonville FcrasUu Institute I deceased,late of Columbia county. of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary'sRiver. e\"idenct.Q.f its v luCj and is only another but a small portion on iiystouadi. 1 tried Hie-
Committee of Direction have adopted; j MARTHA. F1TCHETT, Thcwholo' .or'any portion will be sold instance of its'saving the lives I of children : usual remedies, but they Lad but little or r.o

r 1.pHE the fullowing regulation.. Administratrix of the Estate of S. W. Elliot. cheap. for cash. Apply to DR.1'0\\NsFr-D-Dear 'Sir: Iliad two childsen effect removing the complaint. I WPS indue ,

The scholastic. year it>to consist of four terms July 21,1849.' Gin WILLIAM HICKMAN. cured byyour: SarsaparillaOfthd summer 'cd., about two mouthy since:tp try.your JExtract -
j Jacksonville, March 17 1849. tf complaint ,and dysentery one of Sarsaparilla and I I\11 t
of eleven weeks each. J ; ; was only 15 : $ y with litthv..)in. '
Orthography, readings writing and arithmetic 'N oice. months old"and the other 3years. They were fidence ; but after using nearly two: Iwottlrf, t .i

per term, S4,00. The above with English J4 THE SUBSCRIBER has leased :the Curator's Notice very much reduced,and expected they would found my appetite restored and"the heartbun)
grammar and Geography, per term S5,00. The .;: House formerly occupied by Mr. IIa.teh.on ,NOTICE hereby given to all persons hav die; they WC'l'C' given up by" two respectable entirely removed, and 1 wcmld 'earnestly recommend 'Jj:

above with the higher branches of an English bay street, (known .as Hart's. old Boarding demands against the -Estate of physicians. When the doctor informed us that theuseofittothcsVwho. LarcLeei> ft1
educationcmbraciujrAlgebraUeometryUistory, House.) and js now prepared to accommodateany George:; S. Payne, late of Hillsborough county, we must lose them, we resolved to try your I afflicted as I have been..1'olli's.---. &- (-.- .".

natural, mental and moral Philosphy, Botauy, who may see fit to patronize him, and assures deceased., arc requested to present the same to Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had -.v. ".!-'rAX-ZAt\r.' ) 'f 1j1

Chemistry,Geology,Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic them that. no.pains will be spared to en-, the undersigned without delay; and all Creditors little confidence, there being so much tuff advertised N. B. Purchase none tmt such as have wrap..- j
And Evidences ot, Christianity, per term $6,00 sure their comfort. A commodious stable is attached Legatees and persons entitled(} to distri- that;.is worthless: but we are very ors that hide the! bottle completely'and hava*
Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer in adV'LHCC to the establishment.* and every attention bution are hereby' notified that all claims of thankful that :we did, forit undoubtedly saved the signature of S.P. TOWNSF.ND.

will be paid to the horses of ,. vel whatever nature they may be, will be forever the lives of both.,jl write this that others may Principal Office, 126 Fultci t.Sun Building

The scholars will be under the carefuliimtruc lens who thinkiproper to stop with him. barred, unless they shall be presented within be induced to use. it., Yours, respectfully' N.1".; Redding & co. S State- ;I Bfisten ; Dy t.t
LiOn of an experienced fern teacher., A. W. 'RICHTONacksohville twoyears from the date'of the first publication JOHN WILSON. Jr.:' & sons, 132 North Second-$t PhiladelphiaS; .

provision has been made for instruction in I E..F.. Dec.2, 1f 4S.. tf hereof; and all persons indebted to the estate Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.:, 1847. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Dnntf ;fc 'co.

la in. French,Painting nni'Drawing: and Mu- are requested to'come forward and settle their._n_ LUNATIC ASYLUM. .Richmond; P., M. Cohen; Oharlesten; Wright
.P *for which addition al 1 charges will be made. Notice' accounts. with--: James & co.:151 i rhartr.s-st O1o.S. *k>v
CummingS Esq. one the Assistants .
S I TLe first term commences on the 8th oi'Octo- I ,JOHN DARLING, in the Lunatic Ayslunij of Pearl-st.:Albany; B".'Van'IJuckirfc.2p2.farfii,
interested will take BlackwelPsIsIandjis the
persons hereby !
no- Market
Curator and
qer next. ALL that. I have this day filed' of the Personal Estate c. gentleman'spoken of in thc'fol1owmg letter: Broad-6fsNewarlcr 'Jr .and.bjr
Applications for admission are to be inadeto. to the Honorable the Court Probate my petition for TampayFla:, Oct., 13,1849Adwiuistrnlor'a, RHEUMATISM; principal-Drnggists! and Merchants generally ,

he Committee of Direction.COMJIITIT. Duval This is only} one'of} than throughout" United States ft.-t Indies, and? !
County have dower more 'fou thousand
OF DIRECTION to my in(the:estate Notice.; .the Canndns.. .A.I..REEi Agent? i
J. M. DANIEL. of James James deceased, late of said, county SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts cases rheumatism' that. Dr.. Townsend's Sarsaparilla : ?. Jacksonville Florida ..
,. Dr. H. i). HOLLAND allotted to,roe. and that'I shalLon Monday, the and Touchers as Administrator of has cured Tlie. most .severe and 1. February 26, '*'*: I !
A. )1.JtEEU twenty-sixth day of November'next, at a termofCourt the Estate Ramon, Sanchez, deceaIedto, the chronic cases are weekly eradicated.by,its ex.traordinaryvirt _.-----4----- i' :-.t.. ,,} 'I 11
then to be.held.pply' to-said Court Honorable Judge of Probate of St.; Johns county -. es rBLACKWKLIS : "l

TREASURER.Rev. SW.1tTJlcksonville for an order allotting the sumo to,me!' x> > ;for 'a"final Settlement' of said' Estate; and ISLANDJ Sept.14.; 1S4;. PUBLIC, 1 T'B1 r. \.,1'0,

I- 7 J49. MARY: ANN JAMES, thallj at th.o,same time apply for Letters Dis. I R. TowKSKKD-r-Xtozr Sir.: have' suffered THE ,BOOKS "ubWjptioiL'to! the' .capital' ',

July I IVidoro and .Administratrix Df Ja.r. James, deced. mission assuch tlmi1itra.tOl1 of which all persons terribly for '.nine 't'! with therheuraatism; : of Atlanticand Gulf Rail Road}, .J'
-- Books I. Jacksonville, Oct.27, 1849. 4t. interested in said Estate, are{ -desired: considerable of'the time J'could not eat. sleep Company} "ill-be opened in the City'otSt. A'ugustinc '
New !
New Books .f.-., L take :hotice /; ? MAURICE SANCHEZ, or work j1: I'iadthie most distressing i pains,amid, at the office .of Win., %.;.Forward, Esq ; '
S JUST Received and for sale. by,the subscri Notice 10 I rrdijor.u'. > Administrator.St. my limbs -were terriblyswollen.: ''1 have.used, at nine,a'clock, A.JM on Tuesday the 25th day,*

AugustinefAugustlSth49/j' four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have of September next, will!
r *GinqMTATEOF ,arfdj Continued
A'LLpersonThaving demands open x
S CRATER VULCA 'S PEAK agiinst the eiiflL done me more than thousand
THE or tate -- ( :.,,, ... one dollars worth until thelwhole Sto.eklS, taken. -
A Tale of the Pacific, by J. Fcrinimore:C- pe.ri : .James. 'James, :d ccea : cTXlate of FLORIDA- of good-I am ,so much: .better* -Indeed I"am- '""" .lln: ,' behalf the CoTnmissibnery.: .k
I *" S 50 cents. Duval.Countywillpresent! ; t thempr6perlyautheutwated : ; -, : entirely relieved. '_ I
Price ryoujarefat .
: liberty.tofnse r. ?
di,5d.d ll to whom these ,PTesenti ''i1z'all "f' D..iL. YULJm :
the '
RAIL) OMEZ.25centTIU to,. !ibrpayuiSnt conicGrteting this for the b- tit'of.the ., .
TilE QFJ \ afflIcted. .
two years from'the rfute'hVreoiV thei ; :: ,,,. .. '.< -; -r "s *- *, Yours Augusts; !,1849., .. ; ;tfr .: ii
{ FATAL or
ERHQR,, l'It.Jnn. ,respectfully,_ JAMES CUMM1NGS, ; \
wni'hTnVnwV-k\ir.yi-'kiV AY .. .
-- TUI
C ) 'HEREAS Lawrence'Ryan)hasiippHed to"oJiaq .
.orever .
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By the Countes'f J3lessingtOfl.-2cCntS. uarrcu. y.t tute., ,\ ;F. ; :COULD:NOT;,WALK '., -- -
THE PRAIRIE-GUIDE .. : 'r' forLettcrsdismissomjfrom the:'Esi.. That Jr Townsenc1J8 I 4t4mu1trulo'a. ... H, )-t
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A Tale of the Mexican Hr-25 cents iTHB.VIIiGIN .1.,. .j 17:best rdxiedy fo female there.is'no.dlsputlngj ?-"
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