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: February 23, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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I count tTA.lladven win must be pai4.For befof' b in-j. 'thy pr.a./ c French. 'BepublicVWe .': gratte of God, and the people are Whipped bdck,' :. 'l The Interior!" ? ." nkc 'ofC-hiIio; ,A. correspondent oi)tha Ifa). S t S ::. 5
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to our terms the requisite' ota.may be ueena&taod view, by.theNewYorkHeraldof!events inEurope 'Hke renegaSes.-A price is set on the 'head..of. 'the reader.thr ugh its ruins, arid be may judge of the ff 'r,;'ftol whfch appeaVs that :L:'. _"

transmitted with advertisement.: during the past years.. It will,enable &ossuth, and Haynatt is appointed hangman'f the' impression itS:lulls 'were calculated thestea'nler_ 'bn. which'. he 'Was ':abroad '\ \ '

rrj Advertisements not marked with the numberof our readers see/within'a veryk'short ,coni'pass i. hief to the empire'Kudplph de'Hdpsbergl: Lk upon.he strangerwhd.in. the days ef did,- topped % ,rew.dIlYSJ1: 'liiraa Ja lake in ''.

insertions required,will be continued until forbid; the main facis.of,European. revolution N 1a fAUth1SJiad been enacted:at>Burt 1's .e nt rtl'fdr the first.liine, th'e. abode of,the Assyrian S. :coal, ah4 Col toiler' ocVeded S 5 5 .: :5. 5 5
and fheatre'and Burton himself had personated.Nicholas kinds.He was ushered in ,p *-with S S
European subjugation in almost :'excitedperiod. through the .
and charged for. will be charged.. for all. announcements .*'.We rejoice' that our ancient 4 oily.; : 'Broughatti *Kossuth;.it u1d,.ih portal guarded_by tbV-colossal.lions' or bulls In his. famffy;' tfnd look J6dgrnga. at.the :::; "-.- '

j0 Five dollars ''rance:1s yet Republican, and pray.that, 'in ,''pf.pingtimes.ofpea ,"lhave been'considered a white! alabaster.: ,Inffae 'first}hall
candidates for office. the orde of Providence, 'her people may .glo"bnw&rds most excellent farce-rather .far-fetched itis himself ''surrounded by the sculptured recdrds uaners' left...,AIrs .Piatt tierand ':. ";, ,
One square, for Six Months, ,:. : $10 00 and 'may' establish, "permanently, true and somewhat incredibl -. but withal very o!the empir:: i Battles, sieges, triumphs, the' her'children t ;talce Vt stroll throach S .
Notice to Debtors and Creditors : : 7 00 their liberty and happiness- nice as the English say.' But, beinga bona fide exploits) of fhe'chase; the ceremonies'religion 'The: 'Ietfer ; .

Application for Letters of Administration 5 00 'In the modern'history of'Europe there have m matter, it becomes.' uite another! dtfu.. Let.us were portrayed the.ans sculptured in alaboster the-.city'','. uthnie )ia r 1. ,

33 All religious notices will'be'inserted gratuiousiy. been no years.like the two'past. The-"wave"'of 'Bee, for a-momrnt, the other sIde of1he question.'Europe and .piIntingsin.gorgeouscoIors.: '"Un S J lows. .. : 5 I ,. _. -,.! ,.. SS
revolution which>,ose fretth,the,Vaticau,:swept went up--let us see how she went down der each'picture Vere"engraved in characters, tcoL PMtetbad not losig1efthid 8g1ne : ? S
All cotnmunicaiVons must be addressed to Over the bosom of'Europe, levelling, for a brief :.for we take it for granted she, is down for the filled,up with: brightlcopper,'inscriptions 'des* fork the:'IJI"-aiiz6le! lleD17IStephell'.8ulliYaD :.

115" C.: GILLETT po'tage'po.id. '.tour, the thrones of the middle,ages,-and sweep present flatter than was ,necessary, even-flat-! ''g the-'scenes represented. AbbVe the I :'iPf his family,$topped at the'hotel W delib ,-':- S
AUGUSTUS I ing them, as the world then supposed, into the I ter than omelette stfifffte collapsed. Apropos . 33 All atfmissable personal communications'wil rtiiu'of the past. I *zeleue souffle-What of France-Loais Napoleon attended by his eunnchs and thoi'recei- nssignedito Col. Potter.and fcmilr. --T-'\ : S '
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be charged'8.11 ad vertisements..Cr First of,all came the shout Of. ;liberty from I has turned out a'different man from, what ving:>is p stoeis entefirig.in i 6 affiances with roMbWoses4dn-.if uftBy__ :tors. Mrs. *" .w -d. .. ;, .. .> :_. .. .
: All bills for Job Printing, must. ,be paid. on-fiie Koine a jjewTop e proclaimed, freedom to his ,tlie* rJd expected. J3j._the dismissal,1 the Other monarchs. ,'or performing'some sac'red duty %: 'Potter anther wlin ild out VJItdoors. 'Jlrs '
.Ie.olw rk. .. people-and th iv eFiJL1\cat fl1JMael** B&rrpt ministry he has that he'is determined These 1'representations were' enclosed 'in Potter begqughtJunr\with,tears iiher toawait ",

echoed through ev&yralley ,intaly Despot to have an opinion and a policy of his"ownS colored borders of elaborate and elegant design. theretom of:hwr?husband,, who/wocU : .
THOMAS I ANDREU, ism in Turin;atid ModlnaJ arid Naples,must fallj; nndliis! letter to he President of Ihe' Assembly The,_'emblematic 'tree, the winged bulls, land 5 only be_'absent foT4afew"ia&rate$,'bet it was a& S

& I L 0 '8. fit, should fall in Rome. If a: supreme Pontiff. i is, as the Liverpool Courier remarks, ''exactly monstrous: animals werecuispicuousTtjrn6n the I invaiiu 1 jHisBrifiab,nobility told :her that sLo -
DUtPEBAND in the Eternal City, would give up'his long-d- the.plain straight-forward, declaration needed o rnaments4. At the'upper end of the halfwos;: was only a common'AmeiiGmcdok arid ordered S
SUBCRIBER determined to at'the'-crisis." We are stionglyinlinedto the the colossal'figure of the ing'in adorntitfri be. her out with .j
having scended sceptre, sanctified as it was with the S her,child'in her arms, : asenranttofcnd 5 5
TIIIE up his permanent residence in Jacksonville yrestige of fifteen centuries,....how cohjjlCharles: bcBef that,.with ordinary prudence,:Louis Napoleon fore the Supreme.Deity :'orreceiving froth theeiraucb r rS other apartments'for Jwsv TGttf.

returns thanks to his fellow-citizens Albert, the;traitorHt>p3 toTj ep'j a& 'in, slavery may, without much. difficulty, keep, hisplace ;the holy cup. Jie was attended by wfirridrs rerwhioccupiedreonbyOo1ottervas 'toeathoes taken

for the unexpected encourgement which .has 1.or. U bigot Boufbon/eot the tofflfcnrs live out administration, and p rhapsecelctetL bearing his arms, and,by priests or'presi- ; :, appealed to% Mrs.1 ;'uI' .
hitherto been bestowed upon him, and RS3 res' 'of Ih'e inquisition Modetha? orthe* b At oH'eventswe, .have no belief Uing divines.' Hjs.rob S and)those of his fol he and his daughter, Mrs. Mlckle.;" wentrwita S S 5 S

viheui that in future he will spare -no exertion bloody Ferdinand grind nijoe oPtions of Italians Chat:the !llepublieof France can be broken down lowers were adorned.with'groups figures and llerto.the Charge and !besought him to await s .

to merit a continuance of their patronage. Bei nto thesgil of the 3fwo $jcflie lV Every tyrafatin or in-any naniie.subverted. It has struck its animals and flowers all painted :with brilliant, the.retdrnbfCoLPbttej.but: this.appeal also -

lieviug that his reputation has been well established Italy woold be forced to grant'a,constitution ,roots oo deep:'into the soil. The hear of France colors.' S was without effect .'Mrs.P.Waa! again,ordered S : .
in St. Augustine and this place, as a superior to his people. *** -' '" ". Is Republican,' above all, the army(a half a million Thestringertrtx1 upon alabaster slabs, each .out'of th'e rooD and as"she left Jn teUs-this accoihplished i .

cutter and maker, he begs leave to represent -, Next'came the earthquake leaving of men) 'republican. Charles made bearing an inscription rdingtiie titles) genealogy ..5 functionary :a'nd chiTalrio:eentleihin .
to all who might be disposed to favor 1 o Phillippe an'exile from the home of his this discovery in.1830.. Louis ,IJotlil1ippe"was.55 and achievements of the great-king.S tannted h with .(' tiissort'Ma.

)him with their custom, he is able to furn shg.1rments fathers. For the second time, Republican liberty convinced of the fact in February, 1848.. TheFrench Several.doorways, formed by gigantic winged m ;'don't whip.riJe-ITl begood. next time.ISomeiime S
of any kind of a cut and 'finish equalto unfolded its wings in the fair land.of the soldi r is a 'republican. Changes may lions or bullS or by figures of guardian deities,I W1Jl. S S S
any that can be procured Savannah or fleur de Us. Lamarfine electrified, Europe., The and doubtless will, take placed--the present'constitution -t lied into apartments which again opened into after s this brfttal occurrence.,?5 5 5

Charleston. *' first and mostnnexpected reverberation of the was Wde in a hurry,)ami may need more distant,halls. lu'eacb were new sculp J Totter returned , Having taken the shop formerly] occupied as great convulsion of Paris was feit at Vienna sdme patching. S But monarchy m France has:. tures. On.the walls.of some 'were processionsof r 'formed of what'bad transpfted, arid..&s&o tj.u
the Post Office, he is now ready to execute with the centre of absolutism-the home of Metter-. got,be'yond.pa\tchi; likctfa new piece of cloth colossal ngarpg i oj-med men and eunuchs fol lie';'could hear. the story te called ap 4Ir. .

promptitude all orders that may be entrusted nich.: the master spirit of dcspotisnt. An' irresistible pat into an old.'. garment the rent.would.be made S lowing the kingfwarriors lade with spoil,lea. .S 1lvan, who had one ouL.: ,After a diortlnne ._.

. to him. All garments are warranted to '. 'revolution swept away a ptouo1'nobility S wo'rse. ding prisoners or bearing presents and,offer.5 be'called again, Imt was again.J91.t !thav the I .
THOMAS ANDREU. a corrupt priesthood and.an iD1pe .aristocracy S ings to the gods. On the walls of others were,S gentleman was: not in- Like a true American

: Jacksonville, Nov. 10th 1849. 6m rotten: government, and an imbecile Em- Speech. of ITIr. C 'iomma.t. IV..CaroIiaa,.. portrayed tUewingetlpdests or presiding divinities gentleman, CoL'FV: clincd.t&;3fstufb the famT- S .' .

p erot. 011.the 1fh March, .Metlernichwith, standing before the sacred tree. -ly'f this Royal offender or lathe least to take or'_ ,.
J.1ICROREUT BAK E R\ his grey hairs, and pressed down by the weight We have deeply regretted- editorial comments The ceilings above,jiim were divided, into, 'ad rptitage 'oftis abSence but Vent fmmediatly S

ackvouril, E F. of yeai-s and the curses'of Europe. 'bore his of the Washington Republic upon the square compartments, painted with flowers or S to a totel in'the pli Cured: other lodg- S
trembling limbs into exi e._ Francis, the Emperor speech of Mr. Clingm'aii,delivered in the u& iqn- with the figures of animals. Some wereinlald L ingsft being then)nearly ::nignt. Early: the -
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for Alabama, abandoned his falling monarchy,and fled al t House of Representatives, .the. fi cd.insfc, on with ivory,each compartm being surrounded I nexlaofning he again repaired to,tie room of S
Georgia Suuth Carolina North to the fastnesses ofUhe Tyrol. .he territorial question. Mr. C*. is,.a,: hig aSouthern : by elegant,.borders and mouldings Tte beamsj' 'ae.Cfiftge: and found :himth&tnne 'at home} '
Four days later Berlin rt.'Spondand> the' Whig,'as W(noble' speech'shows from as well as the'sides ef the chambers, may have 5 He reqdesteid him Tei polite to_ S

Carolina and Virginia. king fought the first day against the new born beginning! to',end. There isnothioginVit.which beefn gilded or.Ven pla'ted' ,with gold and'silver; Tiirif to the apartments: of Gem Heniera accompany,in 'orderto > _
Jan. 1 1850. ly. act freedom. The Poles who' had emerged can or ought to expose.(bm' to the harges :of and the.rarest woods,in which"the cedar is conspicuous hare an explana'tion of t&e disgraceful eon. .

from the Berlin dungeons, became masters of the lfepublre'of having Haken a position on: wertJ used,for the wood work. Square 'duct towards Mrs. Pcftferon Ac prerious leT- ,
II. D. Ii END It 1C It t he monarchy the fecund day, and inspired the S th.e. !..utlam r" side ,t>fthd great question openings in the ceilings 6f the chambers(- ning-; Sir Sullivan codly declined the-request J. S

ATTORNEY petiple with the idea of a republic. One minister o theday. The Republic censures Mr..C. for mitted the light of day. A pleasing shadow was :and.toldCoL P. that it -Was' he {Cot P).who .
of the cbancil Frederick William, tood calculating the' value of the Union, and calls for thrown over.tfrej&culptared walls, and gave amajestic ianst maket'he apology to Ids'lordsMp. Upon -5.

A DCoun.ellor calmly ainidt. the r ius, uiad'handing to his the organization of a third party consisting of expression to .the human oftheeollossal tnfs Cot Potter administered to him a well mer-: S 5 S
nt Law. master the lutioual colors German unity,sue-' "uU those who regard the Union as valzthlilc),:!> r ril.rVhi guarded the entrance it &Ahd wen applied ;-fehastiffemen ,Waning nua -

ceeded ;in keeping the crumbling crown on,the We regret.the frequent allusions* of the Republic fhi'Ugb4IieseJ-apertfu-es were to be seen the( .until..they.were botl1.exh. with .'

WILL practice in the several Courts of the head of the trembling king. A few days after, to 3uutbern agitators, in connexion with bright .blue of au. eastern sky, enclosed.' in,a tire.effort -the one ia te.pa Sre, tie.other In .
:. Circuit and in the Counties of the Poles and the students of Vienna discarded Northern agitators.. Why should. it thus undertake .5- frame on which Were_painted in living colors 'tLaCt1TeSenSe.S f '-- ?. 5S
Hillsborough and Benton of the Southern Cirt he constitution granted by.the Emperor the16th'otmJr td place a Southerner, who seeks only to the winged circle, in the .midst fcf elegant'or- this.Jnst: retribu otf,:s witnessed fcy a S "

cuit of Florida. li)ahd made an7 appeal to'a Constituent I I defend his rights upon the same platform with. numents, and the graceful form 'of ideal qnf- large number ofgent1 eD"aiAoDg ,hdm Wer0': .
Tampa Bay October 23th 1849.-nov.17. a Northern incendiary who seeks to Vpb Mm of .malS'rl- '
assembly otthestatc; chosen by universal 3 severalEnglishmen, *nd:very-body Agreed t'.N -' ,'. i; '.
suffrage. The streugtL'of the Austrian: empirewas them? These .edifices, as' it has been shown, werigroat that Potter wi6 entirely: the 'ght. .Jt is ._ S
CHARLES P. COOPER, Tire fecales rilust- later from .
broken-its invincibility was destroyed sooner or fall the. national monuments, upon the walls of needless to add.that as soon.as the news spread 5 '
ATTORNEY i its pfrstige lOst, in a day. And there lay Hungary ey sof the Washington S Hepulic. That papersays't which were represcn ted n'sculpture or inscribed over the city ;6f lama there was universal -=,, S

ANDCoknHellorat :a brave nation of'twenty millions, Weei S in alphabetical characters the chronicles of the burst admiration of PotterU coW ucto l the cid .. '
I* a w i ng under the Austrian:yoke Must she lose I "The Whigs'6f the North stand'on :fair and L' empire. He whO entered.them might thus*cad hand and:of.condemnation of Sullivan's"-;on'the S '
I his 1 rst' haDc'e she had had of being free?- honorable ground in this respect. They will]I the history and learn theglory and the triumphs: oth r.. 'It is toped that this affa1r'wIlteic1' 5 5
not bargain and trade With the Ab 1 ti9nsts.I -S of the nation. They served, at the sometime Lord, Palmerstkm's 5
resumed his profession will devote She rose, and Shook from her the incubus tf nephew that:an 'American
I I HAVING dbchtsirtly to i its practice: ,throagh- Austrian despotism, like "dews-drops from the I They have never"bargained' or traded with the to bring constitutionally f o the renrfimbroaice of 'citizen,,at_borne or. abroad, is not disposed to -

: out the Eastern Circuit of Florida. l lions uiati'dKossuth became for the tim ,the Abo 'itionists;:_ They are' not disposed to agitate those who: assembled within them on festive occasions brtrok any insult even from one.Wno is of Mood ;
Jacksonville! Fla. Nov. 10th, 1849. savior the regenerator, of his fatherland. This the question of slavery, or. meddle with the institutions Or for the'ttelebratiofc of religious ceremonies kin to his lorifship and a high fnnctionaiy of S .

_, )_ u_._ European devolution (for it had. now become I of the So' th. ,, They will 'ne'nr seek: the deeds x>f their 'ancestors, and the her BritiaK majesty, and he may' 'Also' rot 1 1 .

t 'MPENVER & BAKER, such)) began to pass the snows of the Tyrol I i to gain or preserve. political power by:'any such L Lhuckterhig. N'utetah.power and. majesty of their. -god .-b. d/aTd"s this lesson and.learn bow to.resent an uriorv. S \f

attorntS at Haft There lay Lombardy the ga'rden of Europe, the Thernav'e'm all reasonable hiaSBlfher'eafter"", : 5S .t
concessions the
to uth. They have cOme forward ..
full of brave -
prairie of Italy, men, .
rmklHtaYille Fin. for Capital and this capital filled with in good fait1i.warmly and cordially, to the Punch's. Charge, the Jury PLtRIDA i
savageCroats LEAP
and fierce i huzt irs who could not even election and the support o'f a Southern President" -' TOBACCO.WB . ...:. S :,
WILL prac&ce in the'everal Ce'trts in the the of the, \ ,, Gentlemen of the' Jtfry.-You ore sworn .Ih madbsome r remarks a few weeks since. fi A ;
speak language generous people they
\I Circuit of Florida; ,in the U. were sent to enslave. She too, heard the tocsin Is a solitary:one'of the above statements. correct all cases, to decide according 'to the evidence; i relation to this'micte' advising our' friends M ,. .. :
S. District Court Northern District 6f Florida; and lifted her aim. On the 20th of March 1 The reverse of all of them is true.. But at the same time if you have any doubt, -you I Florida to pay more':.attention. t:.'packing::'and .

the Supreme Court at Tallahassee's and prosecute hat stormy month-she' and drove the Austrian when the Republic says they have.made, all are bound give the prisoner.the benefit it,.. assorting it for this]"market.; :and:'suggesting i
t- claims before Congress and the Depart- from her walls. robe reasonable concessions to the South,",what does Suppose you have:to pronounce on the guilt br that any extra pain's taken.in this: way,. would !
!1 !ents Government at it 1 Have the innocence be amply c ompensated extra prices, .Prom.conversatioth S .
I Washington. Venice the of the Adriatic imitated mean not cries of down with the of 1 gentleman ii, accused of felony ; .
Jos. XcRoiiEur & SIECEL, queen institution i invaded will : with receivers here we\nad that S
\KE doubt
.lji.1 I her example, and once more the flag of the DOges slavery our ears has a you naturally whether any gentleman L5 .;
Jan. 6,'49. ly was unfurled from the towers of St. Mark. Whig Legislature,Convention or meeting at the would commit such offence j accordingly,.however 5 we have;if any'thing, .understood the i npor*
; North, failed to denounce our institutions, andto maybe the.testimony against him you tanfee of this that therellsyatern is ranch -
I the first of the .
FRAMiR During days April-as soon as
jj PHILIP news could be borne by fleet horses-Parma declare eternal.hostility to its further exten- will, perhaps, acquit hint.' The evidence"of complained and prod ctivl of,real\.loss,to S. _
sion? Where the 'concessions'7 have your senses is tie growers of the articled show it to advantage 5
I Ar1FNIT .and Modena expelled their tyrants, and established are they I own at least as creditable as that of "iTo ,
made to the South ? Will the show the witness if therefoife tbOisteaesshoI&hopacedtoeth.erscparatlng ,. .
ANDCounsellor already Republic a ; you eyesight convinces .
provisional governments. Tuscany
at Haft, more than half free, received a constitution binglo one? Do they consist in, the homage, you'that the prisoner'is a.well dressed ( also; the spot tedand the brownl :. f
and the
from her liberal sovereign-Na.plt. extorted which .they pay to the Constitution, in denying person, you,have.aright to presume his own respectability xtgOstlikewso-.tEUs5rttkin a j.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., a constitution from her barbarian master .to us' the right guarantied by that instru. and it is for you to say whether a first and second qo&Iity, (wrapper ) :whUethd.. S
WILL attend to any professional business it with and ment to recover our fugitive'slaves? -Do theyconsist : respectable person would.be likely to be guilty remainder would fcha'a: 'tbird quaUty (fillera.), f,' I
wno signed a trembling hand
ij to him in the Courts of the it with a blanched cheek to the outragedand presented in,he curses which i are heaped upon our of the,Crime imputed to him. In like manner S Purchasers,would' then have,more ,confidence,-, 'J. Sthata
' Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts atFa1lihassee. insulted people.Last institution and the unceasing efforts made to. when, you see'a shabby fellow inthe': d ck" sample drawn from a case,,was a correct 5 :: :'
He has also such all who sustain it into Do for' with iride of the character the 1th,1! 5- .
' an advantageous of all Charles Albertthe oward bigot bring contempt. theyconsist 5- charged, example, sheep stealing, the : _
.1. connection with an able Lawyer at Wash -the base traitor-raised the tri-color ofltaly in denying us the,right ,to use ,and decision rests with you.first" whether that indiividnal Tfie practiceot. pressing .the .contents of A "1'
ington City will arid the t common of the'Union Do id, and boxtoohardwhich.iofte done to;' .
as ensure a.prompt spec and to save his throne and his bead retracted .enjoy property ?, a ragamuffin;; secondly, how cram' '
dy; collection of such claims as may be placed his solemn oath sworn before in the secrecy : they consist in seeking unceasingly,'to degrade fat it is to be supposed.that_a man: df that,description the' grieatest -'qwmf.itlhit a given space. .1
ia his hands against the United States. of his own, confessional years and, signed a char. us with 'the. Wilmot Proviso or some similar would steal a sheep. Of course, as.'has. to save freight ;&t,) should lSd be carefollyai S ,.'- ;
Sept. 8th 1849. ? been said will be thfc voided, as the tobacco, :VeryJKequentlyrwhtikthus
iy ter liberty. He'thought of emancipating measure ,you always guided.by, :evidence .'
: We beg to be excused for such kiJt4 tll1tctS.r, ; ;but thenj whether the:matter".is,trustworthy ,'turnSout tb be, damaged,jrorten .
" CHARLES DEW A A L himself, from Austria on one side and a republicon such captivating flatteries It.takes the,subtle; or not 'is a mattertoi'oiirjri va; tec_ n-- &.when received here dbd opened;. -In a coutt t, S
the other attempting of ..conquestIt .
awar abounding n 'wood Jike' .
ginhzs'ofthe sideration. .You believe it if choose try Florida'thereiicertainly
AUCTIONEER. cost him his throne. Thus ,Europe was,inflamed Washington Republic to comprehend may you ;or.. A S
JACKSONVILLE their value to the South: We feel ashamed you.may disbelieve it ;;.nd whether gentlemen no occasion for uicobomy..whIclibhe
F. thus went the torch revolution across
'rr i : SALES nn.uypartofthe County attended I thecontinent.' From Boulogne sur Mer to' the to think. that we may.have, ,probably mistaken of the,jury, you will believe or.disbeiebit_ : wayj';.is sard to prove'any' thing bat coon'
to and respectully solicited. a wrong for a concession, and a cure forb1eS8iXIgt a will depend upon constitution of'onrjninds.. omy.inthe end: _The.cases should,be'of:am '
farthest, of Calabria the waVe'-of '
. Jacksonville, May 6,1848 Cape :If your ,minds are',so constituted' that you;, form die. veraging say about' 300 pounds net}
rocked 5
I with went the general drifting-convulsion.even England Alarm was was .felt We shall begin the publication in our next u f wish to find the prisoner guilty why then:;;very and ndt as now, sonie:of teiry. trifling, duaen- S Saio

S AGENCi i in London. thousand trbops guarded L .the speech'of .Mr. Clingman, or an ample synopsis like you will disbelieve it. Yo 'ore;[to, free' ndP11r1eldy attd cufijbsrsomei S
Twenty. .
I of it,to which we call.o.tt OtiOthS your,.minds from,all passion'and1 prejudice,' ifyoucan This dnifonzty'ouidbemuchrnor' ; oole.
OF the palace of an. innocent queen, and thirty into ,. We are greatly mistaken if our;readers do I ; ..and in:that case 'your judgement. niehtto all- .parties,'aa receiver_ *_;_here_ ".sara"..U., 5
DR. S. S. FITCH'S thousand especial constables. were sworn \ : aware. -* '."r\t "'. ..
service in5the lis. Two'hundred th'ousandofCarlyle'sihungry ndt coincide with Mr. Clingman in every opinion will be unbiassed; bdt'if you\ oat b, you will 1r S 5' : S S
> CELEBRATED MEDICINE.Used intrcp Chartists assembled I and sentiment.which is so forcibly and elo return verdict acc rdiilg." It i3 "npMtrictly: The'system p'ro'miscttous. p aIIntha1S: .t. S S
the wn'ich.refer; for .to consider what wUl the tiutt.tKe best arid the: qualiUei' ., .
. quantly,put_ _speech_to, speaking yoti ie :
But werenotFrenchmen
on KensingtonCummon. they tdin rlithefonuer'n .
t by kin with distinguishtd success in the \ their encehas been* effect ,of your,verdict|<.but if.such' a consideration ral1.r,.at.iKe> : 5
cure of ,who are born with a musket in We 'wlll 'onlyiadd that if-ifNorthern 'Whigs- should, occur to you-1-and'yoci..cannot_ Help top) proved &dec'eptivej;an'diraa thetoJjeadfliL: :

Coughs, Consumption* Catarrh,. down mo ths-thet the 'of were St.'James not men Parkland who could'tear cut S: came forward. ,..t'mgood faith, .warmly and earern -. attending to it,that.verdict will :influenced _of BO much' loss,to,buyers,thai .they hive adopt .. .. '
trees .
Asthma Heart Diseases up i di l1y"to tliOleOtiouand-the: support ofa South- by.it to a certain:extent'.,,,You'are 'probably aware ted a new! system tUU seasott \I':and now hot otJy> : '. 1
Piccadilly for barricades. 'They' ;
Dyspepsia I pavement?, remove--the of a Tjdt also the fidea
top &nd
'President,' in sustaining Gen.Taylo'r'they1did that,when you retire you will be -lockedup.untilyou : caiej ; ,:
were chutists:too lean to rebel as the game
Gonorrhoea, Piles,5 .Female. because ,he claimed: them : contrive to r S- the bottc thus thoroughly sampling ilie whole'This '.
affair so was, by ,,as a !'agreed Touthay arrive ; ; i
Carlyle SaYHithe of the r ,
Complaints .&c., &c. have been v'ery'diff rent upshot it'tnrned out..might no: friend'to th'e Wibriot PrOji. $> This the BepubtS 'i ,a| unanimity';by fair .discussion,, br. by troublesome1,practice, howeveri"_be'aA : ',' *
bodr,1r:1S'harlned'In 'ltli : lie knows if it has'-iiot been asleep for some of you starving put'the others, 'or by,tossing -. voided add many other jsulbstaliti&l advaatages '. "
ALSO London ukuivcry
Dr.-S. S. Fitch's Supporters; Shoulder :body.was frightened, ; but'the, thing passed t off,* eighteen:moriths.wsitffl" w ..r.fcR.... T- 'Republic.Zlst! tilt up }t.and your conclusion,by;which"; ever of gameFItP the friendly bints and:"shippers --\jill.tiie attend.td: :.:. .,
j these processes arrived atjf.will be more pV- less jS given.abpteV; a ttf pack S : : '. S
Brace Ttnd I Lee* .and the two hundred thousand.hungry chartists, : -&. DdttL, \ '. .
Inhaling Tubes ingj sorting "
etired', each to hiS hovel ot want'and degradationand gjKe't1-'ffnd!the! foll wingriclx paragraph .In accordance with yonioaths. -Your'verdict .,.. -_:: 5 SS S
tures onConsumptioi4dzid'th .' the) bloated aristocracy arid'p elacy of in thq Richmond ep':11: maybe right-4itl4tobe hopetl it'wiU'it;;, may i.'Sorzftitt 'PzAL-rd: -a.ltN S S
art preserving feife and Britain ;ison her war-hors ,', At be wrong-it is to',be hoped it will: not .:At,all, !- .. ,
Great ,' which'had bnedfotbhQurbyreteatiugbelindatcmaie C ,Abby Kelly;- thejuryyoid will come to S
Massachusetts she.denonnced cvexitsgentlemen i
Health.tOi Old Age S Sovereignappealing / < dy of .ito
Amelia1Wangle; ,aged twenty ,,years,,
some of unless'it should
jconclusion :other.
4-c. '4-c. 'S ,t-nemwhile to the gallantryj ot,,.M e the churchr Tiridmourned .__ AlJ A -* J_.A. who was found dead siuingrup.\iui,"chair 7Jt S; !
._ v caintj'forth "' out, the.complexion of:theslates FD { : l th :comtng1tC.i. : 'i
nation lleathing
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; thir hiding pla6eand ,S her bUba1Id onthg5hoth5tothanes: 'X' .
I haVe been*appointed,Agent,forthe $ lCC. f 'began to strut nce'mbre on the"stage..'** *'Ji ; :: She beUeves1.that Adam aiid'Eve were' anv1. 'It.. .. .: ,,_ ..,__.,, .; ,. I'e that ihi\f ceA tr&4terriOS9tly.pre-a;: : 5 S S l

the aboTeG o4i *inrwrnIeep( them constantly k {. .Europe, .for the moment,*was revolutionised.For I.' as black ftsthe>ace of.spades:|.1;and:she:is'thoroughly S 1' kt:B1td1t; riD"'tth :'l i' a 'i p'arm g diD t, ,.a .od the\table. belorehw -WAsa (d' .. -. 1

on hand my.Drug store, "in t1e. of the hour. ,there:was.more.liberty.in.,'Borne persuaded that tkce 4s no redemption 'Michigan"a' ixrgdetist' If pan.of p@S & ind UVUlClUS8'.! .jankaowv; che,49>id
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Tatapa Tampa BayTla. ni r>I 1O 2jn for nutnkind liiitil:hIT :restore to "that .
-> \ .titanzi.LEurope jl'JJ 'the P"Pe.W01. <:Becoi:! arc onginaAcolorcIt of the S supposed tohateiallea:asleipjMjI 1 ; ; S
cellentgpeech'Iin OBS interior towns.A:
__. j:7: .x P-SOGZRS. -a' naniao ihout', edoi is i 'Baid. hcuW? b'1aCkIaIIt ben. S ._
gave oJr.: I' ; 16:fellow"belonging.td the-ther'party'interrrupfed found buried inUte7 pC*hjdo "4by. ..
;i: -DroFitch'aGttlD&'ooJC 'I"H.iD: c&r' 1' through s th'wortd.lt'- me o*i. selt-and, frjgHSr ,".at*an r and Directions promoting Health; and InEtructiojoisto -' before the earth' bad completed its annual'f'x | ". : were)f IL1O4gedUad r.; re14up.tf. .
..t ,' n1t tj. : octdrK1 Wi1r'pun: all"your t .
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Dut.'b 1t twhICf .
\ 'r- linllilll
in- htthit thisiras < Vmm iJtuftitV f I
Jlothers l Management: ot. : "A- f r ,\h .it -I. .

Chi1<.. way be hadgratuitously 'by eal-T I : begavwith'a'farce, only tpr end ittig4d ;. % The'taxes at San-Francisco are, enjormous.AsVspecimenv'iheHst .'.ep.U, :tectb5fo'i! *:nH.. ;'Y.t "grat.'.*. fT.*' I'. r.-.l1., .. ., ..._,.."oa.... .ii.-f' ". Jr1 ," ? .
hug for it at to store as aJxive Aa extremely Now''wemiysay.that"EuropeMd. .i.. aJct a'5 .; 'impost assesses a tax,ofdass ''' 1 '' i.0' ""** ""* J ..% ..f'$1 >%.I\ '** -: ,>.- ',," < .' .' ,
Yaluabfc Uook.. "' J- '. I'k ,*' .'""' iT 't'eiI1i1arawn: fl1.i. '""..Qh.-1.;. r veredrhers"en- $120 painouth: ,.o$144O' lSy. r' ': ii caelti' "I*f)la 1 '. ( : k despotism this 4th -day mercantile houae,' ':1: ': :; :. I 'is itowz-rewardV' 6f afterwards.> ', L.'Jt. '. .
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'.. ,Correspondence, i' .w.NEW of,.YOUR tlie'.. WasbiAton, Jan.. I:Tuesday.thefissttfTyf Union. .- ,. i lag interest it. to England manufacture has for: ;itself.in:twenty If yeare the cotton.::'risen: ti on i that i could>efbre'longer-experience'and not betheabject of;tbeirdeliberationsl more-1 .b !& )11 Fc.ft ; -' \ = =! S3.,,,.?
b ,
# to '
of 1krearoftie} eauperiorto all others, and caused the abolition ; mature reflection might work;ft Chang's 'my' ; rr oi i its 'U1.lelii.( 7 '
;,1 I first.half pf the .19th"CMrturyj; 'it U .p.t.with of projection,'inrolving' the corn Jaws 1 z Xt : ; : ; ,.So: we will har.timt to;Mod:'tiatwiir rl--
is _
navigation act/how may'it not be intended to be ar solemn ,:
6orethziu ; .
the-usualhilarity which-'niark-j ; ? 'Bat !
: ,
::r :( : : a itr1 "J -" ** we ; we arts of thr 'oplaioa
'..New.Veara in New I the next twelre years,, when its influence ; l ; ; .
.:. day York and business ; the
.r riort.ontyto
? is : reason bv little .f
again have doubled Certain .haj. toj mck time for ti j(i ,
I. that .
.:;' : "is customary ,: is enUrelyisorpendedlMoney 1 ; : it1s ;' t(' .-.- *1'k' ? "" / --'' J t .,.
strife between the : -. pf tfi .mailsd z' -
North and Npithcrn-Fanatics.-
:bUll continued very abundant d9wu to the close the South is j
) ,a'" :'''::<>f tffe yeaJf j and during theb.hceofthe week only means by which:England can hope to r''.a'warning'TOJCC;from: the' 1 .:Pit1 but th&f, i o, \_. i

ft' ."y4. vveryconsiderable LIi attBoton;: sums. will be'disbursed here taiu its manufacturing ascendency.Rrporuof 1 ,.that there;is a certain)llro faatrjitiptdrtwotoVltl : %th 1i: :C_ i_ 'z'.M,'. -N'.
; .
$1 '
; .900,000 are *' .
."tpaftbIe I.tbel. tter city f rr d'ADd.mnn. sOiueOilceri.he7earlyRepom tifr-rbigots-can i : :not. Iran. : : .., eebb.i't thai"uiey': aQ ,1
:: : m'u'fdCt'uring dividend; at the rat& of 4 .5 **| "i '1'p.-.tfI: .to Rut it.aboard._ ..,.
a per Tt' t
of of JiuJt the value. I > '
t the'Register.
i : cebt;: hatf yearly.. In New; York probably $4, .: of.the3Union :.1.. ",Bwl_ 71"really" (as Mrs.Partinirtoan-n V :
l\\ La nds of_the State, of Florida 'in "' > -; a.* B
boooo writ- be i 'i ;
; : paib" including government ? uppdjh'e, .advantages j. .s t.4e_ateambrats, ., ___ u. claw TOU3Ik .or'
; of .r- '-' '
; sto : Of these amounts considerable paper to-day and will excite'interest and ;
jcs sums :' old
< 4j: beoentiont>Nasb- lady said of the gua Q2.i;hOQUock 0
<* -:Kre'due abroad; but remittances willtiike tention. ''' sta
.'' 'only to ifclimUod 1 extent, the large sufiis being i : ; i ;intended d'sahe *_firstlstep ,:: 1Jt qG mlgJ aaicl.ot ebbaij: :,;.
Therebeing session .
.* :.vna1Ifr r iriv st& :/ciKeinnstfince wff no of the General As < .t'- l'ia;t, steam*r fire. :Wh". aud ,
: Hees nth demind', bly and the usual channel through which : tQt, .,of.the.;Onion, un h taM1 t
for\6irts4 and .
Improve f. io "-*'' -" .( -. ; ets e5I.ttrt ihi' ;
; ".>. fate of tie'btter description of stocks,, s. !condition of tne various branches of the bs'q i' conduct' 'of Norm ipiblinbia4
catching a'"thzdhtg" ihit
i. The/bfiicial re urns.of t.he business bf the service is made known i J- tf' \I.: ,...'" 'Vs' ':'i*!." ) 1it. y tJ
"'.'UxtThnfor the'fiscal, year 1849..shoW:theimportscompared the people failing : .*!ft,causes-,
S. t.: ... '1'iJl41exR9r't' a with previous years this account. we learn that this ,report ,is to cannot'perceive why the Sen-' that inch a':'modat, l O ij hum .J'

-.;.. trbeasto1i6wi. .. : ." -.% .-. I',t.,. followed by those the other State House ; >thatwe:- ,* ,- vr.'*.iuld.J: 'wait.; witticism ajthe.above, shout l t .'f.Jfl
: .
United States and cers, for public information. This V-*' -J- pa 'Gasiba* --
import exports. course eteim'so.-jYby reaUjj; :.
: .
Tr JTJceadstufTa-vv": been thought due to the people well j blowj j and( mate. no effort 1 .
as as
Foreign .
> '1"i I t.1 f_' out to employ th*editor;to '
:. :vAndproTisions.: dQm tics. the Officers tht'mselves.-'Sent r.rJIactwedone, .t t krtp,
; goods. long since .
..,," engine going., 7" ::1
> V
:1943 SU.; 03t23 S' x. .
66,589,660 6,1552,697 .
:...' 184V n,970.lS5 -" 1r14 .aiJ4,11,484.861' REGISTER OF .: 1.J..opposesas;t. '. : .' precipir, : But seriously. ,WO think It a haid cij !a1'.J
1845: 16.743,421 8iJ.55g.355. 15,346,830; : LANDS.' : : : v ould.be flow no..app hen..' ,.itors, and whoever dare complain of the .1

.. J846, 27,701,121, 7564Q.775i.; 11,346,623 I Ovf ICE OF' REGISTER OF PUEUC.LANDS, : .'; .f. larities of this line are to be abused ,]
1847 : Tallahassee Nov. } luti .- : and1as ben' ,
6S.7il,92K'; 1,995:340. 8.01 1,1582L1 ; :: F :'26,18'49. : If .
...18:18: 37!; 72,751 95J3K37.03B".795,664 : 08.010:: ,To His Excellency, Gbv. BROWN; : they weresteamboai deck. hand*,;Wi' :
"tSU1. 83,871,291 13OSaS63-. ; :Sir.-Iu compliance with law I herewith : : ; 9 -G! opr ,t."R..-'.rhe.iee in .that the.. .Captains- 'have- >-difficult H J&1k' '" to"fora. p
-f. .l
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Total .
-- m it.tO-you: annual the : 'Theroateisoueoifthe.iaostdifi;
my report on
.. recently formed.ah, inv ij t ':(
4. exports.. Imports. ; committed to me .th coast, and.the, .beats are' L
1843 554,346,480 .:$;>4.7; 3,7 9' : ._ .. .- Your ob't serv't, er.ror. iwenty-bve ,mile. +l\ ; t -
: .. :1844.. .1 "" tO435O35.4. -" 4.- .j they wisfc to rec ireihe benefit otfCl .1
,1U e 11,2oorn6 ncumstances i
,. '.. .' -18JQ. .. .t:4'646tJO' '" .il>,254,564, t _.. .c. . .OIU.BE.\RD.Register, &0.&c. (!) : holingfive. .; steamers fast, as ah extenuationof. 't&."r4'" t. ..;.".,.

"'; : ,. v 1846-- .r13.46S.516' In691; 91. : : -. [ i't sinhingvthe! Boston.' 'failures "irregularities of the .boat*:t ,t
._". ; .(.18-11 -* .\158,684l.i22 : U6Z53si& A UAL 'R PoRT' :
last accounts.-Norfolk must conduct themSelYli Properll.
.:. v. J.848154032,131: 154,977,826. t- ..
H. *'1949i 46j75 ,- 147,857,439" -. 1 ,. There have been repeated and almost :ecatnous .
+..+-Theeorts of farm prpducejn the The amount for which I was accountable .failures.of the maiL-The irregularUvi .1t
yearhd7ebeen' t
,. to the Stat at the end .of I
>- ] th6 highest, with'the exception of the fain the fiscal l year ((31st Oct. 1848,) ; The resolutions repotted. inefficiency of this line has been a general i .

'.N.inVyear, ((1847 )*'and are,''350 per cent Ligler-. was : '$ I Committee on Federal ju;s'cause ofeomplaint.Somnethingis '.; '..

,..itna.nforthefirstyeafrof.tarin" 1842. Of the amount pperation.of under .the. head.the The a'm't just received ended during the fiscal : the. ,) Georgia Legislature., wrong-again we ask,WHO,:tc|
year as per account
of"other domestics$6. )396,6"79'is cot ton,which app ndtd, is r 14,259 : both'branches.of the bo iy BLAME 1 If the company awume to 'bo,pabt
forms; as usual', nearly oiie-nalf of the gross dooe : .carriers, if they take mail contracts,"let tKeri fc j '.
majorities.. A're'so.' ,
tld .
eipofts. The-four southern '
staples- Making the sum of $31,076 I their duty.-if they do cot we have riglii
cottoi,rice, hemp, a brown, sugar-reach $- The disbursements amount to ] ; passed b6thbranchesby: ".II
72,2:,538, or 53 percent, ,of the domestic ex 9,498 complain'.the public has a right to comp ,

ports.* This proportion has been decreased by Leaving inState certificates andcashS21,578- i vote providing for a' repre.. and it nilt complain though the biierofe_ .

die enhanced export of farm produce;; but oftift&laltejr Of this balance the sum. of $16,534 31 I the State.; .in the Nashville, I steamboat on the line hurst with rage.SAFETY .

,A considerable portion is exported'from longs to the Seminary fund and $5044 01 ; A '
the southern ports via the Mississippi valley : the Comm School fund. There; i is due by Legislative caucus. .was VALYt.

.. Until the mutual modioationiofthe1hit: Internal Improvement to the Seminary, I the 6th iIlS for the ap- f
)ish and American tariffa-the,former cowmen: for advanced ReiiovaIoft2ie1udians. .,
money S 13,824 02 .and by four "
delegates from the '
'ding in.1642 the latter in t
and 1846-almott sers of land, S13,1.79 16. i The Floridian & Journal of, ,the.8th'I inst
bQ'Whale l increase that'.has taken place in our There is due to the School) fund for ', and the remainder are 10 p :gives us the following interesting intelligent'
4 xte hal commerce has been itfthe .
Dsporlati -
** ii abroad c.the southern staples and bringing jrents, $1193 :; the people)in iheir res- concerning the Indians. We trust itiaaathe' -
On bond for money lent,, 829 (
*_ home their proceeds The progress of the ex- There is due to the Internal Improvement sion81.Di.strict8. M ;'sr8., tic: .. <. to

porUradciSjBeen in'the following table: bv purchasers of ]land-uuder the anil McDonald the We. are enabled f to communicate: our .-
on L
,,:/ United State law part i den, highly .
f. *- fExports.V813 $2,482,63. t grathiylngiellijenee from ti1
'_ 4. '. Cotton Ibs. Value.. o1J ,and Messrs.. ,Law and I i'lorid..l'eniDlula. When we.assure:them\1l.

.' 0. l O 38,390,087 $9,445:000' *.0f this, the sum ofi398 10 has been : on ,the, pan of .the Whigs i it i is entirely reliable, we know 1J thaVjbey wiJt.1
: .: H 62,998,747 17529OO0 since the end of the fiscal year. feel the same pleasure in'readibgV which wed din

.. 1823, 176,449,907 '36,846,649 fTbe Bond referred to is for money lent ;, repr seutativesof of the publishing it. .. \
..:; a.i IJS35, '337,358,992 64,961,302 the Trustes, in accordance with the law I The Council at Choko-Nikla on the 21st 11lr.i': ,

....*. 1840, 743,941,061. I ... 63,870,307 formerly existed, ; and bearing good, It t w attended by Billy Bowlegs 1 and ,xeighr cf
.*..*.4J7.4)",,. 8.(0,90r.,996' .v 51,739,64 and being veil secured, has been allowed to M. UODI&Co..heVash nine sab-cbiefa the different tribes. '1'he'rv''
1849) IO, 6,602J69 66.396,907 main. suit of the conferenceWu8 bighly satisfactc ,
::;: .. '.7 Other domesV Exports of pond nt,'of the' 'Baltimore 4T hey all consented to lea' e the Country i .

::4 -- .. : tic exports. lorn goods. RECAPITULATION."SEMINARY. ht,.has authority .for. say- soon as they can collect their people, on ti:I
te( ims,.offered .by the Government
{ 1805 ) &"lfpl
c 32,760,961 $13594.072
about being re- left the council for the
:- 4816 purpose of co1lcci hr
/ lWt,445,493.. 6,583,350; '
.t123309s16.. ; consists of State. certificates n'v' r tour, his! tribe: Jand.there were to be about thirtj
: ; ; ..3239O,643 and cash, S 16,534 \V shingtori .by the j ;

t.\18o 1835., -Q25,327. 31221,780; -:/.-.. .. 20,51)4,495 18W012 Bonds'duo'by purchasers of land,. 13,179 : theEmperor being displ is men w warriors-fiUi and children a.correspondiDgpropoti of the Tallahassee .Alice cito.. I.)..
Account U&ie : Fund -
i 1845, .:.t9. O,133 15.34ib30 by'.Int.lmp. interference. in. the .case' of I sukie tribes at Fort Meade oa Pease fret!Yi a.
;:tsji n"> 66,269,968 .134)88 65 '. '. .' bout the.7ibof this month. It is beliered ,ij
$43,531 : Kosciusko Indians will all be out of the"
During the thirty years eldingwjth 1835, The School fund consists of certifi., : .. tlt] e Iast'ofMiy'. t. .. .. &Vouuti"1," ,,

.trade, had greatly fallen off, with the exception Bonds and accounts, 2,022 ; wisdom who which he has conducted bohlii
of the year"t825--which was a.'year of great' Thai per cent l'undfor 1845,in the : In tli.Kentucky, ..House'Qf _.military and diplomatic matters entrusted to|;|

speculation and high'prices in England; ,and State Treasury, yes,. on the'26th. t ult., oiler! hi-HWpeechatthi j Council is: said to hal
during same period there was no increase i in
: been in ,
highrst,dcgree.judicioua and clcquentibis l i
t. .
the aggregate national exports with the excep-I $8,042 ; on, calling on their .Sena : :'toue beingjuat what, was m r' :
ticn ofcotton.. The year 1840 was one of short The Internal Improvement fund '' fective .1
to -both and
resign; .as rneuacing pursuaaite. .
crops abroad and( ot'latge exports of brea'lstulfs -consists: bonds given for land,' ,$2A82 The : '
the terms
foilqwicg! are which' til}
with a consequent diminution in the value of: Since the date of my last report the : ys, un. the W ilmolsProviso? 0- Indians; consent to emigrate: opoa wch warrior! fai!
cotton. Thus, in 1840. the planters gave l1e.lr1y : o land for Seminary have been ';
purposes ; beat variance \ :, toreceife J(before be goes 'oa board the ha't)
double the blandly for less money than in p let d and approved ; 6133 acres have also viththisI SSOUreuch.woman $1 each i ."
child 8100 Bow
1635.The quantity they have sold this year approved for deficient 16th sections ; and ) i : ajor iy of -the, people .0J. legs himself will receive nbo $10,000,and l.t.1.|
is 300 per cent'greater than in 1835, at'but 10 Internal Improvement 45567 '
acres. ho oppose that hieasUre, or three sub.Cbiefs-ahout-$5000, each. Thej !
per cent,more money,; but 1835 was a speCulatiye'ye Enough land has been.lSelected .satisfy '. "
,. ; are: to be provided with rations for one, year.a i.
r. Seventy per cent of the quantity: gig ranor. this last object, but the action of : tertheir arrival
in Arkansasin4
f OF, THE. ARCTIC Disco VERY to guar ma.;:
.sold this year has been England;j' she hwitaken.733345,20 ; roper dep.irtment.of General '(Gov rnme .. tied,in the'possession their-negroes.
: pounds, against 157lu7,39jt> is i impeded by numerous conflicting claims. .sailing .f. .'a, new-Arctic timated that the whole coat of ,the'removal. will i
poundhln-1820-an increase of 500 per ceut i in During the first half o[',the' late fiscal ye ir t)1- V. be about,$225,000. .' '**" ""- } i it ,
twenty years. Now,' it will be observed that, tt'naftragefreghtofoneperceut ; .was so great a depression money search of J ,. i LuiFrank" .-.. 4 ,$ }t. f' -. -. ,..; ,

; per pound t ers, r ud so- liLtle'i.mthigration'that.l eGusidertinexpedient u g nau. companions[ took. _._ "i' If '0.' .1
'th.'i oreWin the cost of transportation is $10.- i to throw:more land into ; "' ;NO.TICE'T 3lAltINERS. / .1i.
266,000 this year against $729,87 in 1815;j- the sales,chiefly under the pre-emption ; London! on the ilibult-- A letter- -from-Key West, writtejt by lioTm! C:'\

that is !to'say;our ships, which are all,owned at have consequently been very limited,. consists. .of ihe Enter.
Hoytj Esq t El wood Walter
the North have Esq Secretary
an increased freight on .cotton.ofS9,431'OOb' ) tiog to 2634 acre which sold I1t ali 1
average. ) '
; per anuunt It i te, however,to.be I> > $! &>.< I C,lf b nand, .the-.Iiiv.e4ii-.lo, I f baird of &rwri e :'York,says ; I

remembeced ||uit.tbe:direct.consequences of:thegreaVinfca But during the BUDmr' favorable chan -.\1cCJu e. The best. 1 When .the coast survey and the thorough ,I'; ,
; e of the cotton manuracture in England took place in the price.of cottonaud, ,not douhog' lighting_Qf the F ondh,r ftll' of which art i
LasTbeen. oft.alpn.e. ibis;.increased revenue l that this commodity, which .regulates Li ; i in4'go wiih, tbe n.;: They- now ppogres3ing/ .be5 completed, the twq

the"shipping, but the withdrawal 0f Englantl'nAoor -' value property generally, would rise ti : t lIpOrttO await::orders, '; :1 : prominent C4ses.pt.,wrecks' will,be rem ,e-:
from production of food to an higher and cause a demand for land, I d 11r ". -. ., ; .. .,Th9 Tortpgas.light;has.beep much.' mpl''fda
extent which has foi'ced upon-herIree trade iu mined at once,wUh. the concurrence of the Go ri: :i ; GOLD AT 'T1IBMINT.-- .buE it still needs alterations\whicU.) pyghtia'beproraptiy

.corn; and this necessity is which has within ernor, to offer some of the,school lands the. ;e 8.d :.*/ .. ;. : '.made.: .When .the light n/Gaxdeifey'

the last thr e yeans so raised the export of.form. ,suing wlnte_ . California-gold received; bears.N-E. b... (t JL 'largft' part of tfie I :
produce .rtJie-LViCed5t4tc8L'-ltr is sole xv Sales have been advertised in all of the old :in Philadelphia/during'lhe- :! : pqwejKof,the,light u lost by a Dar oorAnd i
becajwe.-JBqgland.emplajSvher! labor:m the man.tifacCure countieSjWhere there"as probability that the jy i" *' "1.*'*- f v A . ;
andjgile -qt. issttpn,' that iheWesternfarnierVe would.be a demand,, buL some :of the propos j : J 375t6 6:;. in.the{1 ral.shipmates.thai have sirpck on the reefwaeo.
t called .uponio supply J her with'iuod. sales have teen postponed;at" the suggestion 1 $716,000. The :gold the light bore .EN. B L, :judged,the Ught.to be'
II -so'lntimately are tlifl cortifields,. drained I by" intelligent gentlemen, tho Mississippi, cormficted wilh'ihesale ofjttg,jhat a contemplated rail road will enhance ti i: Mint; in Philadelphia ci>, c coast are faithfully kept, but the power of their

sontheri.8apieandrbe ships of. the'North value of tracts'now worth but little in the Vei i ; ur,/\vis'$7,948i33 J'; '.si'(vei'" light.is by no pjeans,wbj t:though Via bel Tie
find new freights to employ them. Thaiexpof ern eifremity.of the'State., light "ship and
,950Y.; co-jprer, i$ 1'934'r ; sbitipnedjiear Sonfl!ey.is old
,cotton/from'tne South to Gre& Brit in. aud i The lamentable disturbances that have ii ct -256.:: "T ; .S.1 the:light they'attempt;;.tQ'ahow'is miserable.:
Earope.hjur".qu in tweuty'yfars j'andj settl1a-iargeportion o'f the inhabitants ) ; e.st'.La- SeTer vessels ba iost"
; of E f. V '"' W- ? .been aiyJ mach Tslaa: *'
..as a consequence 'the capital i ,iu'ett4.iJtgodsinhacl4uerj1 h.m&1uf4duri Florid*precluded the hope of selling land the ) { q :|jb jui; 'was"i#, ; e- We csirgo1b'negi&ct'of gVvernment' to irai aj

r f'r, andjcoosequently; no public l will beattein ; by M Carter;of Boston., : 1 house':fn SandvKey replace the bie:'<6$ ,royr.ed .
their sale,Amtt1tel4ippl.ng for taeir iracspz ":' ted &; fof"south until tranqtiility, arid.a feeli: ; .-, -. -. f-j\y, II < by' the :hurricane of 184&Tbs..ligt4; Qf.od. -,.
.tatioD''118 "e11.1ttoumbera.or. Jat"peD e;'VC''' qf s curitjfihall; have b restored to that d : : ) i F s.) '. nOl ttipe,Florida and Kejr-: $areboth yefl gt .: },

.c pie ih lb.6/e.employments,' hiiHincreaiedjq'the irable. Veglgn,,_. .. sit : ; : iv V T;V *I L,, .' The materials are on the spot, and the open-;
s4pprtiozi. Vlnthisfaci wefiod'Ltbe.enHiD :'ro h,; condition of the school fund f tors:at work ,erecting the iron pile..lighihooseon
Uwij ed/power of the Sonify Jand"of the.growngiiejpf'ndcnce '. would" be" manifestly, premature' to> t ft fi f ?"J It'regu1arI&and' : m: !l- Fp tcrays.teef.* It is o. be pkced:c the( i.J

'wbich all co"mme>cial' ,nations theorganifcrtion.'Of school*; as the.law est l fh-1 from_ SaTannah.,;. _,._ ,_.Miiup.the- "Ht.s I,outer}edge of the reef withinone quarter.milft .
have' upon its prosperity .: liflhiog t1re. Uy tem- authorized. no,'part,'of t ; ; :! ; *f .1} t h7g <''* *i rig. l.q.f,-_ Jolf Btmrirj it is to be fiited7witl. '4501 .

The production' of cotton couU not' iiOTf cease principle, out tbe interest only 'to be .di ) ; irregultthty of the boat,"rriT; i eiiL-light_ 125_ feet.higb,. and can:"tw .aeen.25
.without eonTuUipgth' .commercial i world. Wetuaate ted annually, e.periodat, a" which it'will t jj'e : miles from the mast bead.of a ship. .
tt'e gru xogd
4iaudiJdetittms.upon.the South,-by t .ganization depend3ujMn.,the re ult fthe* bsfe a again< .." arming T---{. .perhaps v ; an-.;:'ii. .'IzuWIAIAIu TaIT1ONS4NDLtNA'.U' Waijiorp 'Pi \ 'l'Im.uc 5? .,
ing the umberotspIudles,liands employed, and '. It has been ascertained that,,a large' porti ( I and i then pushj pzff;' tS UATUPINtO1OZM4WikftctMB tsar J,
capital i reKtedj a-ec- rdiag Lathe census dflSi'O. of the school lands are utterly worthless.;-- & :: i !i < e goin; ;a .BwiTet.: Again!'we 9$ A ND-Blq1iTjt Wi11,.tolh ,'
In w i'cdi4i.pt! certain number of Jules I then, is owing'to.the Arbitrary rule{by-/which ': : J t : geeq ty the loUowing,.are'. "instructe ":on tj .' '
ss-coafpdftSLytllti tKe. .Jiitmber now,taken by the I; tructa,wera designated, and to thepecaliar f : i : ..i' ,?'- :IJ"t'' 'l .8.Sam, ?,p c-'lsfii, .; j' rpfUo!? sbbject;> _plane'i.! '"'* ,; *"- ''of the country 'BUt as it'-cannot be su aS : : *Is it the.ezIue und u' ,,-luau;-. lag i the:following joint:'resolution passed,.J SIic 1 r'

I ..'ll& t (. r Bfcrodlk, ". .HaDds -' posed that Congress, in making a grant forgc : : ; : j "t.-j J"L ntheilibe?: lyit.iniaman:Y**r. 'hoosea it"ttlaq LegiIaturi '.lt1.. .

tI : ." ba)&. a. ,.'" > j.: consideration. ur\ai benevolent. and wise. "'pi i : ;: : carelessness .recltie c"Be_ 1' & & ?
w4 ciitire
l-Lor2';; 1 9 ; ::2,2s4, 3 L .J 72,110 ,, pose meant only. r'l. "*',. : i : '** V* ; :-I.*.-' t zS.* ': t t.O lof1"'.:: r 1'QL2. .(:90*- ,
( -I8496(3&O3I; ;: 3J420 OO 0, IfljOOO; UT6 keep the..ord of j promise to our ear, ;' : .Bf itQj.4, ,1i .on iiii: in*f gressDoinstrac'' ,und. epreseutatiTe'jr i'er"

:,. Cn'p'ltiLt..V; ; L C ttoft840i : ;. And break it,to,our.hope-! /- 0 I : .o l'thicjjs.Certainly to bla-ae : lIed so to biss Jb ir.vptes, and'eiert their- influence .

: :s19i,5a;; -1 .- .'SJ, 9tQQ7 OrJ i in other terms, inte'ofJed'toino: k,us with : w j Biih' "bl as to hatg .ngfte4LupopIimy'law tbit'.
'3 B4O, 12OOQOUO :. ):;.,4I933,59" exhibition ofunrea1uuiflcenci it.can' barc : : : ; qaii ir JoOie'.uSfiiQ /** may be'passwl for prganijatioa or the Td.-

,It'is'tq lurzhsh.rti.Jlgto-l1S Iqtlr.J .;be be.doubte4v that,upon ao: proper:represent t : t1t at"4+": ritory-recqntly acquired from .xi'p j t''.
nortbei4 aBt1tuI.i4, ; wtstern.;, u'rope of the facts,and by due-exertiojj/the mernb : : ..<.' t' ..a... ,, .L'?t '.' 'i'bi' ,J _ieOf, ,ioiT i 'fpreTeriexofadinz; ;_' -i L Tfh>m i:siic&'k! ;''mjH!tat11a"rl
that. tbeirpiiatht 'rll'ljduce. A f O ,".rri ''of Florida J .wilibe <1 : :Jiclc..ynl I eqffUdd'ej ;ipVh W
4t: ., 1 ; Congress from. D1.1procI such } : !, ;A seeo': l ,tht. : nj. \
btatei'2Lreq16. (&; ani ie9we fl t.enJp L.'e, fixation of the grants as would be more c' ,iIftl(n'* t'\B' iVportion (" : -' thaninthe. punihneit of crim( ;ti t.l..t
hO" tu t:1h !nLcu.b i4' ntlre3y) : I.t. sonant, ,!* itiobJect.?" : "'" '**", --,*; matter'" *.'"".- ,-=jHj./ .v-ti-""**<|' y Vat. 4 'iJiLI' a t-.g.i. w. '' i'C''f{ ,. ''t ,r It. : 1u1-< 1 Y ted.Jt- -4
on ihe'inatit utWttsu .imluatry of;io'e-; iioatfr! Should such.an'.effort,be rorwie/Buccessfully,' :a'loss:to\'see' the 'objiect; f'iucoliBnjbfjief.ld. \ |;. .'he,;":,641o h4fr'j on:T er'"a adalaaf'"'R, ; fF.t&a ,f tt-lr. : :
ADd 4iTId d H& : .
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pos8ibility.offihding Ia / ,
gta.Ddj m. 4 iJ', 4oeatem.i3\U'OIW": .iaslead .of that':,which.;igi f worthless,' the good, State' ,and;"doe O.ober.. <*'.',lfthH.' .,.:.r":,fiecei\",\,>*1't tjr'_.Qf:;'. BIC1 .Creek of her' lz-mach.qansecezce" bt.bJ'_ f: ge, (theJaUimore Patriol u in stacy artlrt piropni *', 'D 1."
c ofetut be ftnic ih foolbardy.fol;)lwe l- 4iyha'e: tffuld 'sufficient!!:the, object :biidIng it until after the. Proviso ;has : Joery! *was : IeLeIy1&k sti ji name.of 't'.raUa8i'or! -.ihe;CematW1;; # .
1i t1 Q A !1 H .tJ1.tJD. ,.. b. ftDlm dn schools wUhoutXesbrtiogtp taxation.,of, ,; J ;: -- .- -;J' ;'v .. tered.:1 rShecu&own- in tow of the Ih .[inn.to General,Taylo?:bj the IacUaiis Tto i'IoI
proteobYdtin a' Icjorioua ainpUs, .i.o & ..r. AsHhe"I. gislature"does not.c nYeue this fall :ptsedb; g. T.fC: iztterlydiiabl r nachJreyesterd; :; i. .aPp.taksbu1wsjsafl :;,'

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- GORGETS TREASPN: =KOSrSUTfl ; -'" -'. m.l' -' ai it oitlieN i-Y: _l', 4 I i fend,SrcretttrEwin-. from! this attack. I w&w ysysjLWtJ svBOWLING \ ..-Cittl.it.t',1.Ift: #4+U eetMwt. r t I
OWN COUNTRY. ; l'io.aCF: b. : r: l+tyettWtrt 'C tIt :)
.,IN HIS lord Elgin .bssareceiv[.*. .despatch' from. r-roll seemed to ocquiesce. fle"saY8': l"'qUA i:. ., ,"
d'cor poadent of the DailyNass'wrilesas01U Lord Grey, urging'JiUn to.etee'every meats in'I? "**Snch a man Ewing' has 'nif i ,right :, 'ALLEY, BILLIARDSALQDlN I'fif l.ftU", it' \Pt. r; 1M''. ''

follows from Perth: .which' his power to suppress the movement. .iu fatlgi'ofaaael .-o'-rtiletI"+ rnbinet of republic.; .., He isy'odrdtis ::6.- / '&c. } i .1.tJ; ., iet'zbeS.l3F.IdA ; >> 'tf;
.. of Buda,the citadel of over-- ation thanking for what c .j. -...I, -. + t0ateefd "
The of*-*-" trans- '< him hwalready niverS= : He is h lump,; ficef i C"";, O._.:'.} 1.I ; f 116tt t I.abonttu"k.t.L"t .
JOQb the be&u ari City been done in this way, and declaring'-that, so ',_ "rtl & W t$ 'I11d
the condition ;,ia .an unf elingunympathi2ins! arislocrati stiB : .
still 111 : iiust'QPt( _
Son'al .ububs are i long as any:portion of the CanaJianpeople, .:are 1mB :.,11! flernabtr 164 VU', .ftfuI&tf., &Ja.
whi'ch the1 were leftby Qorgeyf'heat battered !. desiroiia of ffiaintainic their connection" with a roughimperiousunrouthand unamia- r,.North slde "one door* fronii; the undersign xTae of; the Mttten.ty tool w i J

rtrloUi to the final assault Buda u ante tea". the'mother.country, THEY, WILL :BE,.SUPPORTED ble'man. Sub n 'minister- a four'ears' corner of wan: :Strnt' :?RESlAtfRANT: take and flat* ataongtdhirthinisa: "eeoual ,

nag as the point where the empire was prob- 'BY THE ,WHOLE POWER--", THE' Administra!onrwpuld' 'rum ..thepopularity BOWLING ALLEt.''and BILLIARD'SAttOX.) othheaasetts 'of th'e.estite :.t'.Jaa.a.I> adtrs '

b 1 1 saTed from destruction b/tho formidable BLOOD, ,AND. .THE TREASURE.;.OF 'EN i of fony' :Presidents ,and 'as .The establisntnent' .has been' fitted;ap:7entirelytie : ;I ecrostdad tw report tht eaWalUf+M9t4 of
and b
the gallantHeintta and the ; *, open:for.the reception orisiton'attlie .
GLAND. said .
? < estau bait
deCeuae made / .. which coat to ...he oT .
determined disobedience of Gorgey. On this = many .heroe": -- Olr,- is'rit; wonderful usual hours.". 'r v ": .Mary E.Asunder as Adm'x. or:of.T.,OUp lma I

people here are amused by the rant .PABKiIANpASE.,. : .- that the popular elections are,.turningusl 7 ,,.. Bar. tit .- or of any other defendant:. -',<'i llt .
.aunaeDII written by a a rambling correspon- ; AIn6t. l' -"I- M.tl :lall ; been with : Now therefore iu'' of' .iaW aidn-
that., A correspondent tt'heNe'fYorlf-: e, g ; am"nA1At { : surprised. HAS appH,lied cholcesttHguow! pqrsaawe .. "
.noC ol T Times, who asserts Gorgey speaking of the application which ,had .been 'nt'ifLens-TavJor'/'etmns him two I beverages to8aiteferjfJp).laf'.riU :'daNctttattskhebjj 'that oa; Maa&fr, 'tfi ;4th. "
tted the grave fault of stopping'-to be- made to Air.Choate and Daniel Webster. to de- years 1 longer-in- ;u-l.-. reabjnet: -he will findguard be prepared with.drSPa i":* ',The'delicncies :fof eh'1 "''Jdk TUlel'. uJlpnKcetd
,. Bails (instead of presswi.fonr. to \1e fend,the prisoner. remarks: the season will beat all times supplied=Uy' &Q'i: 'thf, ',Qri"QUi ,. and
) against his own inclination, and by the 'The latter,I informed, .offered $2000. .himself' t out a corporal's; inthe .leis, Partridges il.Steaksp jfco:,'served> ..*ir.' Arsons liiter.eatJ.re. 'ttirtl' toVjiiipejir

wwitive order of Kossuth. Now the very reverse but declined the invitation. It is said that Mr. populate; branch- of the legish ture.- all hours, and on the.:shortest,notice:.; wf = u th' ell ptd, there\before tB-i ...itthcirtatpumarty '

is notoriously the case. Gorgey received Choate, on being asked to plead ,the:cause of Ri old Republican' The..Billiard';aat e... ..' f. P rop ;* tfitt4'Pt\] ;tt :7 wiliktg. 1aed'tromthebenetof.tbe F
from Kossuth '
Deremptory instructions to leave Webster; said if he did it, it would be on'the eicprwiily'; for tbrffouse ; Decrw "., .. ..ttaatl. ,
i CQrpI of l,OOO men to invest ''Bud, and to ground that Dr.Parkman on entering HASbeen.imported: ? betntifnl'coastrdatlon'withair heret'.. '*., t. _"*- .*_ *. *'- ""'.:1' '' II." ...
Mas. 1.( '
ON '
his whole force ViennafnToimutt. | .
forward with to room teas taken with the fever and and and India rubber'cashions. \ ..&VQt1S SC 101LLEft..
did precisely the contrary ague "For I ca!''t deceive what on' =. ; Later
Gorgey shook so hard that the fragments of bis body : my part ." t : "t..1 : M: is tbsnceiy.7ackiiomilt ..
and sat down with 35,000 men and'7,000 were found deposited in different places in the airth eddicat ton i in comin' to. When I The* r Bawling* ""- Pirn"j ,/mud'. ** "Ball">***i4 '*. ; ..1 :,tJsn:9thItii.r0.t': : : ,;,,2d6x !

hussars' before Buda, where he lost his time by building. ._ was young'! if a rill; "hly understood! RE also just from Ihe."orkJDaDinDd'.enJY. FII GS i o uSD" :YFtUP'i0'
convenience : the :
with twelve-pounders and his men forv entertainmentand
battering The trial will take : ; ,HAPTHA
the .
place on 1st of March multiplying i
the distraction
rules provision "aati ; 4r
bv attempting to storm without having made a and it will be unquestionably one of the most interesting comfort ofgue:5t has*- -1:been provided.. ; *I. n".dtaretorCoriaumptt'on/; Asthsx,and .. '
breach. After these failures Gorgey wrote to and exciting criminal trials ever had replenishing, and tape common I cordially,invite,'the;public to'call .at all diseases of th. Chest and,Langs,"?';(ts n* )
Kossuth proposing to abandon the siege, andKossuth'then in our country. The facts that will be divulged dominator, and knew all about the rivers this Establishmeui'as3urjngthemth4iXAa&1lspare ,77. ;. :: Forl&l$ by '*. ,* 'A. M..let g$.

replied that alter having committed at that time will startle everybody and the and their ahiruarieatheconveua+'t' no'effort-'to"'contribute to thei; "mxeotion: ... 2 .J850Ti: >- tf,* "j:1
80 great an error by his disobedience; and confessions of Mr. Webster -OEOltG&S1t1FF.-: ';
at the time he was and dormitories s, the. provinces' and the > -
after such a failure, Buda must be taken at any arrested will convince the Jury and the world ,J ladtsonnlhi February 1618 19.;.; :.J1r; .' ti' NUTLCE. : *i.) if,
train was then brought mpires, they had eddication eno gh.Bot .- .' TT6 lia? 'e r I
battering up
coat A ; that he is guilty. '. 'a t'T:O.JlOUIISOV Qe>
and the place succumbed. This is the real version now they'have to, steady bottomy, General Orders, -. V? era. Agent aad4Up a ;to settle any

of the transaction' which, jf Lam not mistaken FASHIONABLE.VOCABII.ABY.An ,epidemic of Albie-baY, anil have to demonstrate EXEC1TnVE DEYA&i II"'r t and] all bttiinesi in the.nawq of Palaer&Ferns. .

has bt given already in your columns i II abbreviation of words is spreading rapidly in suppositions about sycophants,, of -ci.- .Tallahassee JirJriwrjrr18pOiHA T6 Collect,aid' receive all debt'dnethe firm'of, .
" The very order to march on Vienna addressed I{, the higher circles of Paris--economy, ven in and) Die otries Pxlmir& .f erris, .*y"Bond-Mortgage Note
pnrullelogioms N
to Gorgey in the first instance I have read in utterance seeming to be the pervading "motivepower" election is hereby! .of"orher1fiae.abo for Darius Ferris deceased..

Turks y. It is matter history already, and I of life abroad. Ladies and gentlemen to say nothing+JUt. the oxhides, comstfcks -. OL the Second Division' of' the'Pl ri ,;)n1i. -All pWaons having demands:agiii .pafaaer

wish only to observe that I find every one here alike cut off all superfluous syllable'and redun and. abstruse trifmles.And. tea, oh the firS')1ondaY.: n'i pit'Qestztplaces the .ti Ferris (Darius. Ferris"Jeceased. ( ,will:present

.as perfectly cognizant of|the fact us myself, so r dancies in conversation. Accurately reported the old 'lady was 'so confused with llie appointed by law forthe election b'fCoty qu. the same to T O. H6toraforpayment4ndail '

that lam at a loss to know whence the Times the sentences exchanged in a chat: between technical that she forcedto OfficeiSj fur a Major GeIleroilto" command : persons; indebted,'to,Palmer& Ferris.or'Da*. '
correspondent. can have derived his msinfornution. fashionable people,would run, for esampethtis: riatnr& was $aid Division, to fill the ac n / occasion.td by. Has Ferris are reqaeited to cull on'T.O.Bo1Wr

At the Hungarian theater .at Pesth, -"Whattime does your hub usually go out?" s op. the reltjjnation of GeneralJe'sse .Carter.Officers I,torietttewentaad. make payment '> L..:: +

I was witness to a curious scene. In the vaudeville Do you go to the Op. o-night ?"' "I love you commanding BrigadeRegimente[' ,' ,4.V. w' -" ;GAD "H.P.PEBAI9,,"., :, .
,'of which the plot turns on the embarrassment with all my and so forth." "Nobody in the THE WONDERS op PROTECTION.What Battallions.. and Companies,'within" the' limits I,. j clij' : t D.Fi jid-'

of the heroine at the supposed return of Tail -Hope your broth is quite well ?"- vision of wealth and plenty must have us said Division; are hereby required"' to.carry- "; :' ..v"J :DAVID.LEALJan. Ri"'l; ;:

her.absent. husband after her remarriage occurred "Charming bon. and so becom." "Gracious dawned.UpOI reader of Mr. 'Meredith's into effect this order within their' respective' : Jacltsonville! ; .1st.1850."vT:. .,iU'ri-1.; .
every commands and make returns to'13vr.
the remark, "that those only absent are Heav.! 'hocking wrath for the according .
sore to turn up and return some day' This "I kiss your fair: fin.. 4-To how much is I wonderful treasury report-! It is also ordered that those persons who acted JIIP $.,Ie N.I D V.I. 'GB""

observation was taken as a political allusion to sis. going to be mar.?" Vul. brute, but, plenty your There certainly no financier like him as inspectors of then' elections held 'in October E.i.S .

the refugees by the auditory. and responded toby tin." "Love you forev. *pon hon.!P 'dieu !J"" By .his proposed ystem' of protection I ultimo, fur County' and Military Officers, JB-. ''
burst of earnest enthusiasm, dienP also act as inspectors of the"elec i aboveordered. --eo v- r
momentary and manufacturing, the tieasnresoft.he; I 'inHE:SUB CBIBERB n tW.
: .
l.d. A few weeks back even such These haviDi
Lvitiiy: -at'1)rc. grotesque whims of verbal intercoursewill .
a ,demonstration would have had serious cons e- pass, of course, like other follies but whole world would be poured into the Mtm.-lt shall be the duty of the-=persons '.,11Tnvcliug. PaTilliou, ; by'whka tb y cau.operate

\'teases i, but the government has its' hands too all leave traces upon the language, md, a: e they for- United States Only consider what ,holding the elections in the variyui' Coinpmy at any phce,with i'sunrt?cnUihtyof .
i .ll wp,,. ':',,e Noticing such outbreaks of thousands and tlioui-ands, of millions oi Districts, to give ten :da3s'notictf-thereof: "" it s' u cressw: ould nowoffrr.tothecititeni of JaTck-
letting which it. would till all its prisons in bequeath. manufactured should be able three of the most'public' pl.cea in'& "'Vi.ii ric Ditl ,of having PORTBAltS-'
goods we tWhenitiae:3
: }
The THOMAS BROWN ; Ie.equ.il Uf4b11n the world. .
vain: endeavor to repress. promulgation doubt that common conversation is verbose ,
.too .
the new Constitution meets with the most serious : for the most jigreable concentrations of intimacy to export, if sort n
obstacles from the passive resistance of the and it is by such counter-caricatures that be annually exported to the amount o February. 2, 1850., 'r8t 'mosttnged. person' ,' R ,well as little''thUdfen, .

few ex-royalist families who refuse to fill any evils are sometimes wholesomely corrected. I' two hundred and forty five millions, are taken with the'greatest accuracy,the exaft 1

public situations, and talk seriously of emigra Home Journal. (245000000.) uAu+ the astir e II,UFELAND'S Compound .Ethere.il'Syrmp expression' of the countenance being obUi&edL
says 19e
ting. while the wear or'the people treat it with of Tar an immediate Cough Curt : earnestly recommend to' prisons -
contempt, as a mere insultiug series of ephemeral RETL-R* OF MR. oDtsco.-The profound l thinker our import* would, e For sale by A.")1. KR ED.. I geJ Ja Jil'.Lot to let this opportunity past without .
regulation. In Bakouya\V l consider- Union'of Washington thereby in like manner increased. Feb.9, 16:0. .tf! : securing a LIKENESS. tbemselvea and '
yesterday denies that Mr. Bodisco r.
1 I jibleguerilla force was on foot possessed of twelve the Russian minister the United States The' only puzzle 18, to ..knoW"vlat : friends, as it.b frequently remarked,'when too
(now I I late that .
School Books. any umolJ'D of money would be paictor.
pieces of cannon. At the commencement of .
absent at St. 1'etertihurgb.) has been recalledby goods are to be imported.; Anythingthat (
last month they surprised and cut to pieces 400Austriiins. his Government and Towns Spelling ok, I RirklumV era @ it .Idkatal" of.soae. ;aUent.or" tfec, <&tu"frlerid .
; states that he is expected can be manufactured hereOf 't / :\ ., .- ;
A force was being concentrated Blake'dRhetoric i n .
large Clark's ,
to return to Washington during the next I Grwtatt ,, : "
course not. For the first 'i : &P terns_ will beteryjnodnate. PleasefilU
we might
said down thisfor year '
and -it cut
to sweep was ((1)) month to resume bbfunctions. A Washington Abercrombie's Phil'hy, Chambers Drawing = sail .
1 .
st. Two batteries and three battalions had letter to the North American makes the name perhaps get paid for our tremendous Scholars Companion! ," do Chemistry, ': LOt we Fofsyth-st.o r Specimens,.(Pavilion Mrs.HalFs

left Pest!'. I have, however, since ascertained denial, and adds : exports, by sweeping the world of all its Davics's First,Lesson, uV Zoology! ,'' cloudy, well ) .Portraits Cd,be:taken'ii.
as clear her
as and
h.Lt"a6out the 22d a recent Commissary of Kos- Letters and do School Arithmetic do Treasury of: weat. .&
of date have bullion ious
recent been
a received prt"t stones,! But what : the'neiitesi?manner in '
( 'tl.lraaupW. r
tjutu them the order to theirc.lnnon.md
conveyed to bury from him by members of his household Knowledge-; .
Announcing shall take : -
1 tea
we next Perhaps TllU.eflt( 4tt.jitlgt'f ttAj _
muskets aud di perse.Vhlot an that the at da Algebra; do'1Physiology i : ;, # .
of his exile to Siberia had ,
Nvigfabofbpodswill irtoM'
extraorJiniry reputation this wad Kosauthhaskit created twenty dollars 0, pound,' coffee at five do Elera Geometry Burriit's' 14.b5:riaited', saScientindaWments
no little merriment with the Court at Geognipby. ; truly be ottt **.*_*'
after him. From Onwva to Vienna,by water St. Petersburgh-His return to the United dollars a pound cocoa nuts and pineapples Lincoln's Botany, and Atlas, -, HATHAWA .
or by laud, there hardly ever pass ten minutes States In Mitchell Geography & ,Hedges'Logic 1LUt1miA
anticipated in at one bundled dollars I Dee 22:1'99.' :' '
apt-a'oe" 'l_ i" 1-1.'U:
4 : }
in the that do hear mention of t : .
day not Atlas ,
you L tie Speauer. .
&c. These 1 would .. ,
his name; and iu Yeah, where the sale of his. AFFAIBS IN THK ISLAND UJT UUUA.-A letter : prices however, Parker's Firal7essoa NVilUrd'sU; States. c .-..t.v .r m: -. ':''1W.n.'j ce." .' i .j.". ". .

Ortriii IIJU capital offence, the Magyars club dated Matanzas Jan. 13, says: give "incidental protection enough t o do & S'I.\ChambriGeology,,' :: t f oajipervimsinterl

together id purchase a single copy at exorbitant "A Spanish regiment, stationed here and at build hot-houses for the growth of such: ophy, '.+rker' 'Rhet Re., "XI 1'i eatedUiitoulvu1laj. : the lath di1'f' ;-

prices, and tear it into fragments which ale Havana, for the last four years, has received or articles. Therefore, we had bettei 1 an la variety F.of-French of. school Books' i'f, f;*q' :tasty. 'ei ,will; apply tatJjeHo: ;:FelixLivingston :- -
shared between them. leis from the Home Government to hold itself Judger of Probate1 forv'the of DaVul .
have at once a Chinese wall, with spring t For sale by ,; .'V county ,
ready for embarkation. It is 8aid thai-the ref A. "M.' REED. ;for .leave; :tosell the.Reil:' 'iop. iV' belonging> .

TRAGEDY iv GB.EEcc.-A recent number o f mpval of this regiment is at the instance of the doors.opfning only inside out,. and,to Jasksonville, Feb. 2, 1850.,. 'ntt'\ <0' ihe'iEst: C'orjamef'LungUeceaseiij'flrmacbtbereof ": '
the Athena Courier gives uu account of a horrible Governor-General, who has been so much dis- make up the "uorn consumption," lHbe'beces rjrt0'.j'0: .

tr.+gedy that look place at the village of pleased with the officers and men for reeipro- compel every consumer to tat an entire e \ *J oafstaniling. 'debts'"bfs.ud7Estati.J '* *",; *.* .
{: '
Aniadj, in Greece, and which compared with i' c tlingi-ivilitjes with the people that he declared pig for breakfast, a roast ox for 'dinner FRESH GARDES' SEEDS ; Inn i> voi '. l UARYLONQAds. i": .

the bloody recouutersef'-mythologicalmemory. I all interchange of friendly feeling betweenthe Harden Seeds. ,jart''received, '. ''Jacksonville. Jat19tdI. 1850.r'. ,1.. ;4tc '<-:
and have .J __ ,
betweu the Centaurs and LLpith I troops.1U the people, savored oft republican pies of three barrels of >flour. and for sale. by A. At: REED: '-*-- -* *- i 1 '/V"ber

', )Ir. Couiruubodicos,. who had Led to the altar 1 spirit, :Ultlntl troops in the Island shall iu i ueh. Cor every UiO'lh in his family: P..b. 2,1830. tf fir' ''i lOfEGiOdh'.TU'HIRF: 4 /' tilr.

n ynug lady .of.the village upon coming out of future be officered but by men of decidedly Would.not the nation thrive on such r|1HEf3ubecritier:has'for: -hire fire pritaetror-'

the church were solemnized,
individuals, sue .f whom was a rejected rival by uniting with a people at present iaocculotedwith thereat political quack at the head of Wtlr '; :: ;, 'woman'who" isagood'Cook a uda''yonngigi'

.of his. Two brothers of he, victim '.who were republicanism aud revolution.77? the treasury.-Journal of Commtrce.cue ." 4 ",..,' 1. who nas-serv/jd its,'J6imbeMaaiiL[ 'Tb .
present killed on the spot two of the assassins cue llusi.oo 1 .:l: '; ; be hired oat' f.:t einon'thj ion liberal'Urms' ;'if .

I an,l theu were instantly killed by too others ofdie Gaa rrrz'orsPayrtac.-The.. Saleme Gazette e BALSAM OF WILD CUEKEY; + We p.ubUs.h'to-TriTelle ].'; :" .; 'immediiteapplicatiouiwciad.*'"ai'Baffiogton. te :.
r gang, who after severely wounding the fat hvr has the following paragraph on the nut jet t, I Y' . .' Cox's Hotel,to -' ': J .
a connneudarory letter frog Vermon.t ,of thispop.uLir ( "
; of the bride, male their escape, out werepursued which commend to the notice of gentlemen I raediciiie '. J ;: ., .,Io.Jf1i 5 .H' ,. r.% 'w.c 'JOH.fi)3AZNVAN"" :.'kt.
Though to the
averse free i
t >iud over uken,probably, as shots were in this city who are iu the habit of asking for use of 'medicine, and especially of the | .;a 11 ill< .t.tI: ,.:" ..)'..w't'. January,'12th 18 t: '._ '' ;Ultrr
patent ,
$ he.ird in that direction. gr.itutitous printing. .
|(jl| wedding, with its customary Thus accompaniments, instead of a. There is no such thing as doing any thiny medicines of ,the d .y, we hue hud each op- PROCLAMATION Bit :THOMAS,.BIiow vG ; !1'. .11U."UC,. :l: .n.. "'". -" 'MU' 4. .
portuniiies to know of the beneficial ; .''.l: J)
ll: the guests and lookers-on bad to witness scene e 'gratuitously' a printing office.. Somebody effect or 'rMi"F. rit1a.. 'F11 EE Poparlnerehip;bentofora'ezfIa be:. '
l II f bloa I laud horror not often paralleled. In a must pay for every thing that is don Itat a this b..lslU1 ou our friends and acquaintance, HEREAttbaiingbeeptiitddlutoRnR n P : .0 .L t ween 'h*_'undersigned, 'under"the .ituitiai '. .

l trice, the pt'r30DS were killed and one dangerously line ctiit he set that does not cost money forced t' that we are consiriint 1 to regard tiara very ine that''a'murdei 'was; f recentl/' committed aadat)Ieofoo tl l>:,il thiad4li.dJalg1tc4: f
M wouuiled-the bri iegroom a corpse an ting. Either the printer must pay the tabs' valuable remeJy, for coughs, colds, &c: in the County of Marion" ",in'this fitaie.bji' .byutttai. t. .j' om.'..-' ,cClL1:5.p. 'np 'II .COOP...1.. ', ,
the bride a widow within a few moments after or the advertiser must pay his share. The only CxMBaiBGE Vt. June 181846. one ABNER. THOMPSON, and others,.upon U.I"IU. ..' D1t"B'" : (" ;

she become a wife. questions to be asked by the publisher are: 3/r- Seth W.: Fonle,-Dear Sir: For several the body of one E.. T. Mobley,,and, said Jpaeksonti'11eDec.9llg,. ':,._ .1 1.t.1" ." ,1";: :

Who is to pay the money for the labor 1 What ye.," p ,st, my ui .al,good. heitb3as been'occi-, .Thompson bras{ ndjeted r ed;And=.convicted: ; .. -- .i' ;ltiatitae.' .j'" ..1 jl';
STEAXCK ground has this party or individual to stun,+U'y interrupted by sp lie coughing therefor and fined in the > t
t A SO UT1o.-\Ve learn from the requir producfd $u.m.of one thousand :. | '=ie2l' .
;St Lows Reveille, that the Legislature of I o-; one to pay for the promotion of its or his ob by colds j a year ago last winter 1 was dollars and i im p isoaeduayla} ; +! .fin t should :S. XconiitriandwotiGierrttttpeHon.add .
,, jccs?" brought to, ,tUe! jerge.bf the gru.Te by a be said ** or '
and *
that *
aipa lave paswd, an act incorporating the'TipHor -' very. paid : .Thompson has carp p Probite-tor* :Duvii Coonty,i-*'final *setUeujrnt .
pICLUpe Thief vere.cougU uccopjpimied with p.ins.in. both from jail and fled, from'Justice; ,lr.f, & '' /
e Detecting -Company.! Tir?s x.:: and( .discharge; as:Adminutratrix of D.'errl: .
' Jheje Hssociatjons are not uncommon in the NEWSPAPER-CREDIT SYSTEBJ.The.correspondence sides, ueiweeu (the shoulders ic. which, 'with'JongiconijuueJ Now, therefore,. J, T$oausTBaows;Governor. 'deorseld,' "; s" .''SARAH p:'ntUns",: ,

rthVeat.. Every one that owns horse beBarnes '.of the Baltimore Patnot night sweats, and.ocheraltrmng -, of the'State of Florida, by'!ir u' .the author ; f; ,.:Jaeksoayif Xanntry :19 1850 :: .il "r .
. a stockholder by paying a trifling amount' speaking of the National symptoms, reduced me so low that' ,my icy .in me vested< ,.by tlje laws of said State, do !.. 'r' : i" ';," ; 1'I':; ..., ., '.1
: and when any of them has a nurse taken,a large; Intejligeqcer, friend.s despaired} of my recovery. I consulted .hereby offer One Hundred jlolyrraKiwarsl: .I9r i ; ;-, >t' .e I ', .Ap" \ ;t ,
amount is immediately offered as a reward., says that outstanding debts due to Pat hy iciau und tried th* various- ,remedies of 'apprehension of said Thompson: ,and his safc.delivery 'HE."SUBSUJilBBB:would/respectfally tel; .

which serves as an inducement to set many to that establishment are estimated the day. but none of them
work and ferret out the thief. This almost invariably 1 *.J.O.OO O. procured Dr. Websters B.ilsamof-Wild Cherryand I ,)'-Said.AbnerJ;i Thompson.::iaabout'22 itaajtbe,b :}rea reds[ tJewrroonu.inoiJw / | e :: ;

proves Buccegsful-the horse is recovered We,doubt not there are other .subscription it Tell my life ; I have not enjoyed better 'years of Age,'of fajurxa9mpleztonabottt'3;: = fit .10j i ".hoasej
and the health for many years; therefore lean. j inches ? eight I :sharp'fucetl4rge lion .
thief punished.IILTWThe reponi Iff n ; spare b'oUt.; ; rCf travilgrai and solicifsth'e patronage of v
papers, the proprietors of mend,others',who need it, to try ifrj < "nose** "*- black uqibnra. hair'upper fronU., nth. I i .tiM .:iyhaPPstiaoTisirt.tscJtscarille; ,_ .'.r- .

present state of Hayti and in which,can tell as,sad ,a story as theo.e .SAh1ULL.IIENTLY- : !'d.-".'1. .ed" ,'1. """ ,.;1" "J.. '-10'..."+," '. ,". *.!,,. .-, *'' ; :.basis.. t. J le ,ot altbTh., ... bnilding 1lai .
fact its condition ever since the abolition, of el a-P' iven $ .sale bj, T. 0.J. HO \l&o&<,'o. i jaTestimonywliereof'Iht ehereto i; ..a,etr: 4'd;.q&I. 'L"_ ''=afr1".1 = .

very,-t4 a Handing answer to the cant about the of the kind it tio jess on an average, .-.From LvciyK ABBOTT,';Al. Dn. ate Surgeon,' 't ',m ,hnm1 and jcaused the Great S U of 'InTauai'c -.b&fur.nilhe.ijrith; .rooms tt to t i. .,:

capacity pf the blacks tor elf government than cent We U.a.: Army. I t '. r J55AIthe. State to be afixed,this 35th 4jr'of Jlt! J M.and may;be eertaia opaidto.theircomfort 't .
twenty annum.
n They per per DETROIT Oct '> January 'A.D ')000.w: '; ":'"" f o ? ; \ .
mu"t bate a master, either nominally as ; 1st, 184L ,. A 'Stibliagl
President like BOIer,or confessedly a king like Know an instance which occurred. in i To EDWARD BIROUAX, Esq'4" agent t orv the : I {' '.'lJiO.lJ4S4J. PW { 1ri '& '>9tortd for,.travellers'Etora'atbecountry. t _

:. Faiuiin. This is the second time &YJiq)i uiihcity a Jew year*'ago, where an oJd sale of the India Ohol/igogue( :-I do hereby certify .;' : ,Gonirator. ..FloridttlieGoteraoi :A. .1-...eitermawi11.6sexceedingl. =mOde. '.t Gl'' ,. ,
4been under establish that i have used the By -=Attest b. it. '<. .H >:! < ,. ., 111. h3.:AO iAliD80N it
: i : i,11
:: avowedly kingiy rule and,'while men t. was compelled to fai4! attne holtgogae, pr pai-ed 1 :t. '\ : <; ." .
:. a Republic was so but In name, her 'gone n- ;'same time! its outstnniHng' i debts. by Charles. Osgowd;"Al. M., for ii1terl utte t.f ,CL-WUowK, ,i frejtarjfof.SteUFeb. -.':["v.. '; t \?acitaoniOls,..ea:22dt'.16d9 A. .',:g. .::. : \-' .. '.

, meat being essentially that of a President .1L1ld'I were. pot Jess> than. $iieOttO ; Vera, and it has eiceeJcU qty most sanguine'expectations : ,._2.J.,:j ,850.persons. .,. .. .,. 'f" 6w.c .. .'...?. 1 ,: -.y.1- .. ':'.', .t: '.AiE. f .J l IIJ :_
hot.' one j.- ;.f. 't.h'IJ ,.:$ ::: : '
Senate, with little if any responsibility to the in the cure of said disease. 1 feel u ., . '" 't U'I1 01,.. .1.
; people. quarter:of which was ever collected, l lby' confidence in reco'mmeudiug it' us n< perfectly .1-i. .J' "OTI"<.' -E".C.- 1- .? .'i..f..v J'.,>'1-.:k'. r YI&TDEotthepb>RcsfLarllbavelonedTiper" :.,' "_".,;..1, 'J

the the nsigoees.rrhe; late' Mayor; Safe and.highly .beneficial remedy and care,for. indebted to PalmV'& Lt erris :B +. 1iDct:;tcD1 J'" : j
A SUIFLS RULK.":TO ascertaioi.the length of, Russel''once attempted to draw tip p is Fever and Ague, JhiU Fever.Utuab'.Agtie. ar' 'moi'tgrt'eittie 'bereb. rno-. .,L fOr;edlet<,otbPierCe,,.( bei'tr'i"1
the day and night at anytime. of' the year,dou-t subscriber*"'. to. paying" ol any formoflDtermiitent} -Fercr. ;' 's'dli < : .riotetors'iniIteifaJ&fTwe&jffi ; ; t 1. !d!! 8il of |1 JUM in the county of St.{udc, .'iittbs. ZJ
point some ;
ble the time of.the sun'* ruing, which'give the I .hetn; werej.inde.bied/io : do further.teitily,that'the.uiedicine' bos' |n by its to.lreceiie a : ',njon'e/oa; ,pur' of St.: Locie,' Fiorida;.oti SUnd&j t. the JfeM'Ada. -
length or the night n4 double time tbe'settta >of 1\ lum'for' i vventy! this vicinity,f.andjnotbers; where t. hiis.:Je.en, .QIlI1t'J -.' *.'"' .;,.;, '.V"' '>. .'. tOctober-AD"J&4SL tetwetOf -QJ.IM a1")...", ;
which 'T r .he lugtb of the :day. r years;,nubscrjption. One, oT-'these r- used, acqaireiavery'pigh'reprititioc,und Ibat fc te* 'fv!V,. !..'PAKo & F Z il 1' sa1.;tlje. roUWi gd: tgi tllcd 't; "ri '
dered papa *- ''.rilbeA l hi every'case,Jwhery it s bSs:,been seat ito t py I; Jacksonville Jw: "'6'lQIltO'U. '..". .. FP f.5- tso'.ruuoh'thelreat.a ptltFaTiheS j 1 .
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((Maw.) courier (rl; hig protectionist) pays: >; a 'paperfrotn d v cure,and r restored to'the t moat"perfect'heoilb., } .. -Ia": ':: t.is. ..f.. ;;. J'lS4 8;anless thaT ezeoitt M4 itltti i'
-!'industry rtally tlues bring tit reward .the" ., .ony man whotluus..me to,FaY.i.l'or; '.when all other.remedies h.tefafh: dt |*T *' .1TT d b(te'w4a7 t"1 ; '.- .

reward of the Bay,Niai.;.Aiiiu"'.(t. Ueu-lDUIlu., it.& .Tbeold fellow I .had.read: the1.paperfor ,Re.peCtt't Di;, t ": ,:.LUCIUiJ AJJBOT1' '' 11N1 Y; &ND s OuNsUi, i w d r iAw :t now C.;:: ;6 4gttaesot tJ-r '.1' : .

r-4C Url.) in l :wrence, mvuiit>e ncu enough to treiity.yeart without,paying a: ceuiip I't For cole'by? "V t # T.!i'O.HUL.. U d.,, :.:HAVING I., '.'removed. hJ/o ceTr 't.( amhia.. ", ; 'iigtin \J 1n'.'r' "ec.. ,.,lt laol ; .. : .
s-uufy :be totiM vo er uad. enihuuutio of the it<'proprietor?-'Bofrn Herald. "" Jiolismtirillew '. aOTICEbke'rellygiventottll.per..1''J't'" "f 'l .1 to' ''JacyonyiUe.. ,{ "nval, ..J."QU ttrespecttuhyioforms }Iari'lattit. \ 't. .
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by machinery iwr,tour jxuu,:which in Scotland of a'speech f recently d iu'tie'Le T.' pp17,4utheilhou: .:'Rlit'1i+.g'P.qu.Jglr{ : stf .Iierit; 1i of the Ci Ji'Ui ii'::1 ijIJj.gria 'at. : "" "w; .. $'; .
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I T IS'hereti"notified'tliaf ifis"the inteIItiGn I ; ;;undergone thorough', repair?, ; !

) j i J::.,'ot flie Atlantic and Gulf Railroad.Compa- 7THIS.INST1T1iTI0N i and* *is nowreopened'fortlia. ;reception f ?of*'*co'm-s I*! S. +

i!"2.ny'to.apply-,for amendment to the Charter oft I pany.: _
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,. .- aiRompanyttheneatmeeting of the Gen : WILL Bf OPEN ON Hhe well earn exl'repuktlbtrwitlchthis'1r.US8... I _
--ralAssembly Florida.' ." tt the first Monday in June next,at 9 o'clock, A.M., has acquired,4'it1; the intention the-presentproprietor.to ; /
'in Jacksonville East1.111oriila.Separate'rooms sustain, < $ .-rucu. #.** *
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; :November 24,4849.:' 3mIII i o ,
J '; will be fitted for the accommodationtwillbeJ. tR
; up accommodation Every t ; xtendjed_;

III tLnnd, For Sale, Near -Tampa of young Lads and Misses, where guests. InyaliasVtraveUers.rand-) ; .:will;;, '
: ; "they-will be instructed, in the Elementary and: find thionsedesirableIt is aituated'faciug : ;

,, I) ] : ,! higher branches of an English and classical" the south, with* dark'piazzas;-175 fee'IOng, i ,
Education, and, young men will be fitted for. with court, yard in front;=!and protected':from .1" I
,. 'f fVI. S lnd"a quarter section inrquantity,lies College or for professional, in the Latin and northeast-winds.: 'J.' in Simmons 'Hammock_at .twelve-ailes Greek classics, and in the Philosophical'and. 1 eandairy; die building fixtures, &o'- %A IL ENTniELYuiVEOET '

distance from the pleasant,and growing.Tillage. Mathematical. sciences.. being new. The House built of wood,;is lathed : jI INEl'wnsJ1r i >
of TampaAbout one half is cleared an\l has : p :
and plastered &0. Tn' oVord; f i1tex-
.been in cultivation two :years Tlie son is Arrangement* far the ": .r) JL ,Physicianjfand;,; lithe r a!
'?Dee will be divided into four'quarters' pressly purpose. r sive several'j t is :; .
YEAR practicepf
warm, light and of good, depth; and"is well With,the vantages combined : :
many ;; ,: thou
known for its large yield of S.L,CClttoa.- about 12 weeks each, intervening vacations. Mrs ,DAVIS assures those'patronizing : mateThosVwhcrhav hiSeac' /. ; I. ,
present proprietress .
> The day will have two sessions: the first : 'seen its'salutary Affects
The water is'soft and pure, and the.place.decidedly the houso that her"exertions will 'upon ;; ;
healthy. Several hundred other acres from 9 to 12 M, and the second, from 3 toy 4P.M. be-to 'farther' evidence of its'great; 0

ceuld be got, ajacentand similar, the'whol being Wednesday mornings will be appointed to_ plense.Very mp cU\,11 i. rot thousands has'1.been';"perf : ; '
on a plain of moderate elevation. The exercises in English composition and.declamation. THE PROPRIETOR this medicine,:'when5'all 'th' : !' i

range is good in the neighboring woods and St. Oct. fniJ d/ Its;operation 'a not I
Augustine ,
After the first term nc pupil will be received 20,1849. ; the disease for a.time but"'
friaries which latter extensive. ,
are quite With N. B. Attached to tho.house is fine stabling,
at or near the beginning of the session, tern and''testore to sound 'I
'In'convenientdistance- on the public land, is a except carriages horses ponies boats :and, alffix'tures ,
and'no pupil for less than one term. A small Treatise on the
site for.a residence !
overlooking a scene of surpasing'beauty. for'excursions. oat 27-2m :
The terms will be made known. Tuition.Rtailing .. 'and cure offever'and ague

by, application at Key West,Florida to ,Writing and Arithmetic '- $$OO Boot and, ,Shoe, Store! bilious climates, may be': ;

J. W. STARK Higher English studies, '- 8,00 THE SUBSCRIBER haying taken dersigned.' .
ec.l, 18':9. '6m_ Philosophical and Classical studies,vs.. 10,00 his residence 'in Also, numerous certdi ates ;
One half the price of tuition,according to tho tt Jacksonville up ''respectfully informsthe highest respectability; ti tit I '

In Circuit Court, Columbia Co. t studies pursued, will bo expected in advance, public th4t, he is now preparedto'carryon efficacy'of medicine, ; .
:' '. -, eastern Circuit of Florida i. and the balance at the end of each term. 'cation to .
; the Boot and Shoe 'businesS in all '
In Chancery.ELBUT Board will be provided-hi Town at reasonable -- i its branches. As he obtains all /materials' T. O.

M. T; SMITH ) rates per month, for Pupils from the coun. I directly from New York he will b .enabled to' Agents for Jaeks n* '
'- vs S Bill for Kvorce. try and Parents and Guardians who may desire furnish custom work at a much less'price and Jacksonville, Feb. 24,::1849.

; EDA SMITH. ) to avail themselves of the facilities this. of far superior quality than has hitherto been 'DR.. -
APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Institution lor the education of their children accessible to his fellow citizens. He trusts that ,. TOWNSEND' C
IT Court,by Affidavit made in*this'cause that and others may be assured that no 'exertionwill the patronage which has already been exten-
Eda Smith, the Defendant, resides out of the. be spared to ensure theliealth, comfort and: ded to him, and for which he takes this'occa- This Extract is, put up tn

.State of.Florida and in the State of Georgia.On progress in knowledge of all who may be sion to"return his sincere thanks will, be still 'six times cheaper, pleasanter,&
motion complainants Solicitor, his ordered, entrusted to the tare of the Principal. continued.Repairing. perior to any sold. It cures

"'lhi.tthesaid Edo Smith, do appear and answer RUFUS K. SEWALL, PrincipalN. of all kinds executed with 'neatness 'vomiting,purging,sickening or
the Bill Complaint filed in this Court within I Ir B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to and despatch, directly opposite the,BILL1ARD -. tient,and is particularly
r four monthSj'or the'said Bill will be taken for provide seats and desks. Chairs are rec mmen-. SALOON in Bay Street.BENJAMIN. FALL AND WINTER &

I confessed,provided a copy of this order be published I ded. [Republican copy 1] G. MILLS. ,The great beauty and
t in'someN ewspaper in the Eastern Circuit May 19, 1S-19. tf Jacksonville, Sept. Sth, '1849. 6m saparilla over all other

"! of Florida once a week for the space of four JACKSONVILLE IIOTEC- dicates disease,

!. months. R. R. REID & CO.MESSRS. body, consumption

.' THO. DOUGLASS, cleanse and' '
R.R.. REID & CO. having leas-
,J*_" Judgexx c.e.c, consumption
Wharf and the attached ;
: Nov.20th 1849.I TIHE SUBSCRIBERS having.taken a lease buildings bronchitis, consumption, i
are now prepared in connection with their
; S. SCARBOROUGH. Clerk of the Circuit Court JL of the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. DRY GOOD GROCERY HARDWAREAND colds,,coughs,,catarrh, I
and said do that the WOOD solicit continuation of blood
in for County hereby Certify respectfully a MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT ttingof ,soreness <
: above,is a true copy of the original order in the the extended patronage which has hitherto to do GENERAL COMMISSION /hectic flush, night
i above stated case as appears from the files of said been bestowed upon this well known estab- BUSINESS.Their a .cult or profuse $
Court. lishment. In order the better to merit it they toration and t
: Witness my and and the .have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the charges are established by the Savan*: in.the side&
nah rates. .
Seal,of said Court at the building, and adopted many improvements to have and !
the of the U.
SEA** Court House at Alligator promote the health and comfort of their guests. They are Agents S. can be :
in said County, this 5th The old friends ef the house will certainly Steamers at this place, and are now.enabledto aired.PiobablY .
'S.S. offer the Merchant
-.S. day of.Dec. 1849. deem it an advantage that the table will be un- and the evry.faoility Public to ,. Planter there never was a ;
S. SCARBOROUH, der the superintendence of an experienced generally. been so successful in desperate
Goods consigned to their care will be received
S ; Clerk C.C. Hostess by whose aid they flatter themselves and forwarded with despatch. I tion as this;i.it cleanses and
December 15th 1849. 4m they shall Rot be rivalled by any Hotel in the system and appears heal
Their Store Office and Warehouse situated
South being now enabled by the constant steam convenient, to the Wharf. lungs and the patients. grade {
communication with Savannah and Charlestonto usual health and' .
Notice.THE strength. j
t St.John's River E. F.
have the advantage of the fine markets of Palatka January, 13,
subscriber wishes to hire, by the year 1849. ly CURIOUS/CASE; OF
1st January next three or four those Cities. In addition they bring to the bu- There is scarcely.,&day ;

pd Negro men to work in his steam saw mill in siness an experience many years which will "a number of cases Of '
this place, for which liberal wages for the year enable them to judge better the means of attending HOLMES & CO. I cured by the Use of Dr
will-be given. to the wants of those who visit the mild HOLMES & CO., have removed i The following was recently :

{.: /:' JAS. B: COLE? climate of Florida, for the purposes of health MESS of Merchandize to the' laige DR< TowNSEW )-Dear Sir ,

?:t Carey's.Ferryja-C-jFla., Dec 1 1849.) tlJ. or pleasure.THE building formerly occupied by the United States, threeyears I have been : i
INCREASING reputation which the cli- known as the Government Building. They debility'and nervous i,

e mate of Florida possesses in the estimation of have added to their stock, by'the late arrivals stage,and did not'expect to
Bi.ACKVTOOD'8 MAGAZINE the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand from New York full assortment of Dry Goods, at all. After going through \

AND THE other pulmonary diseases, has induced a Groceries, ,Hardware, Provisions; &c.; &c., cine under the care of some !
t s British Quarterly Reviews. vast increase of travel to this State, during the which they are prepared to sell at reduced. guished regular physicians ; :
-'t, OWING to'the late revolutions and counter- fall and winter months of those who seek the )rices. Board'of Health in New York

1 revolutions among the nations of Europe, which relief afforded by &milder atmosphere-and in They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, and spending the most of :

! # Ihave followed each other in such quick succession view of this fact, the subscribers have determined Hides, and other produce of the country, at the tempting to regain my j : ;

. andef which"the'end is not yet] the leading that their exertions to merit the patronage highest Market rates and make cash advances I ing in some paper of your : r""V:
I.' 'periodicals of Great Britain have become which shall be bestowed upon them shall be consignments to their friends in Savannahand ved to try it., After using six

invested with a degree of interest hitherto aninown. without regard to toil or expense. Charleston, or New York. done me great good and- '
BUFFINGTON & COX. have article of Wrought Iron office with advice
They occupy a middle ground between They a new your ; your
the hasty,disjointed, and necessarily imperfect Jacksonville Oct.ti, 1849. tf Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call most heartily thank you for : ; i
records .f the newspapers and the elaborate Lt" The Charleston Mercury, and the Sa- the attention of Planters. severe in taking the& ; ) :

; and ponderous treatises to be furnished vannah Georgian will please copy the above Jacksonville, Nov..6, 1846 tf able to attend, to my usual ; i

by the historian at a future day. Whoever until forbid. four months, and.I hope by : 1 i.
;: reads these periodicals obtains a correct arc 1 Land for Sale.' and your Sarsaparilla to j
connected acceunt of all the important political Law Notice. feg& FOR SALE,between nine and ten thousand It helped me beyond the !
t' events of the old world, as they.occur, and August I acres of Land, situated in Nassau knew my case.
left the State for
J learnsthe Various conclusions drawn from them HAVING transferred bnsines to Col., County, partly near,Nassau and partly near St. Orange Essex Co.N.J., j
,' by the leading spirits of tke age. The American who will my with Mary's Rivers being a portion of the Waterman Sfate ojNeio'Jersey- Essex :
Samuel Spencer in conjunction
f' Publishers therefore deem it proper to call Grant: The above is heavily timbered pinelands Quimby being duly sworn :
[ renewed attentiou to the works they republish Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to conveniently situated upon water courses, his oath saith, that the :

and the very low prices at which they are offered a close.The Militia claims in my charge will be attended with the exception of about five hundred acres true,accordingto the best of
to subscribers. The following is their in connection with Col. of heavy'hammock land upon the St. Mary'sRiver. belief "
: list/'v l: to by CoL myself Charles E. Sherman of Washington [ The whole or any portion will be,sold Sworn and subscribed.
f Spencer, and cheap for cash Apply to the 2d August 1847. : : $
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW and 'effort made to "
; every "by jointly WILLIAM HICKMAN. Justice ; J
them successful result. I haveno ;
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, prosecute to a '
Jacksonville, March 17 1849. .tf _
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, authority to collect the.money due on these ,TWO CHILDREN
claims as I have always preferred to have whatever -
Curator's Notice.
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW Very few families indeed- ;'
; 1 money maybe appropriated placed in the is to all heard '
hereby given personshavr, not of one-that :
{" AND bands of a local paymaster, such as the parties NOTICE demands, against ,the Estate of Sarsaparilla iin time lost any

DLACKW OD'S EDINBURGH..MAGAZINE. interested may select, after the act of their re- George S.,Payne late of Hillsborough County, ,summer, while those that did ; i i
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New' lief. GREGORY YALE. deceased. are requested to present the same to died.. The.certificate we p ( ) .

York, immediately oa their arrival by the British August 28t849., tf the undersigned without delay;' and all 'Creditors elusive evidence of its value, %; :
steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on 'fine AdtrSIX iairtrator'* Notice. Legatees. and persons 'entitled to distri er instance of its saving the
white paper,and are faithful copies of the origi bution are hereby notified that all claims f r DR. TowNs'-Dear Sir:>. ; ( ; ,
nals. Blackwood's. Magazine being an exact.acfimili months after date11 shall present my ac whatever nature they may bej will be forever dren cured by your ; ; \
and vouchers to the Hon. of
of the Edinburgh edition. Judge barred, unless they shall be presented within complaint and dysentery j
, : In theta periodicals.are contained the views,. Probate for Marion"county a final settlement two years from the date of the first publication months old and the other 3 y -

moderately,.though clearly and firmly ,expressed and apply for a discharge as Administrator hereof; and'all persons indebted to the estate very much reduced,and we_ 2:

I. S ; of the three great parties in England-Tory : of the estate of Samuel E. Swilley. late 'of are requested,to come forward and settle their diej.) they were given up by ] : ; ,
, Whig and Radical!"Blackwood" and the Lowndes county, Georgia, deceased. accounts with physicians.. When the doctor ; ;:
WM. D..BRANCH Adm'r.Marion :
t Quarterlyare the : '
"London Tory
; "EdinburghReview" JOHN DARLING; we must': lose diem we ,re ; :
I, Whig; and the "Westminster Review"Liberal Co.,August 4,1849. 6m Curator of the Personal Estate,Sf-c. Sarsaparilla 'we haJ heard'so: I

The "North British Review", 'owes its Jacksonville Female Institute Tampa, Fla., Oct, 13,1849Administrator's little;, confidence, there belng
f: establishment to the last ecclesiastical '
great Committee of Direction have vertised that is worthless: {
movement in Scotland, and is not ultra in its I THE following regulation. Notice. thankful that _. did.for.i.t ;(

f.S, views on any one of, the grand departments of: sJThe scholastic year is to consist of,four terms"of SIX months after date, Ishall present my'a cthe' lives of both.. ", I write thjs; !
human knowledge; it was originally edited by eleven-weeks each. *and'-vouchers Administrator of be induced "to-oise it. :

Dr. Chalmers, and now, since his death. is conducted Orthography,reading, writing,and arithnte'tio the Estate of Ramon, Sanchez, de.censed1.t the lv w &, : *JOHN', : :

by his s n-inJ w,Dr. Hanna,' Associated per term,''i$4,00. '.The -above';with English Honorable Judge of Probate of St.Johns'coun- Jklyrtle-avenue, Brooklyn,'" : : ;;
with Sir David Brewster; Its literary character ty;for, '0. final settlement .at sTaid Estate rUdi : ;;
grammar and,Geography per term$5,00. The ; .; L I ;,:'
is of the highest order; The "West-: same ; ; ,
very with the higher branches of an' than,nt the time, apply for Letters of,Dis-* ;
under that title : English i James.'Cununingsj;Esq1:?one'
minster,? though reprinted only/ .edurationembracingAlgebraGeometryHistory; mission as such Administrator,of which all persons i
published in England under the title of the : interested in said Etn.tejare.desiied 4o 'nthoLnnatioAyslu ; :
\ "..oreign Qoarterly'and Westminster," 'it'being natural mental jeologyAstronomy and mural Philosphy Rhetoric, Botany, take notice' ,.MAURICE.SANCHEZ,'':1; '-J. gentleman!! ,spoken of iA rho.fo
Chemistry] Logic *
union of the two Reviews .DHEt1rJlK '
in fact a formerly ,
Administrator. is r.t '' ._ : :
and Evidences of Christianity, per term y$6,00 a
published ani'reprinted: under seperate ti Each quarter to'be paid to the Treasurer in ad Augustine. August 18th,J49. j* ,6mJ (. 1". :This, is onl.yone of!more Dt ;
tIes. It has, therefore, the advantage by"this t ,.... easelS ''of rheuniatwmTthat' r. : :
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