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: August 17, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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ruiici; wittiihte *d e e !'; *"' 'reh' air-atticked W<1 i gentlemen! disapprove the outrage and-
on marked.tl whUqyng! ,tha.port,.of.FayaL,jby, predation committed Jby otkr vessels bn-th o. r ivYViVjust.thpone tp.riiesl th ,,cti8ei
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British vesse1 of the statement the
airpd,will be contitiued.until fofbi irar. odfno withtbeVoTmded .npt e fr sIior Pt'mithon,.' : a >i &c'\4cI
*ina eji8"T! dffrnt from th tea England was-not itstd Ttrt4tt<*? g r* tltalkf '1r.uIrII ". I
. isrged for. ; to take a single letter frpm Bdnkan uecwjo melts peir will .produce .
< '": ''i' '-- Is1. : pount published at tbe time., Cobbtt'aegieter ; O. (' ,
;rlife 8oflarS wulbe charged for.all announce, ,published soon aftertheeVehfcj contains the eyewitp"to thbiransaptibn; t'Kavp given* ;t'1QM ceIs atrife, had evep sh a"it,
: .iic&ud iJatE$ for office.'' ... ,- following letter in1' ErigKsh&ntltntAi who yOttcorrectstatem nt' a3 it occurred. 'i) w t 1 or >w'almost strangers to the gold r.t3

";ie' 'fo!si; Month x .s $10 00 vas an eye-witness, giving a narratire of' the" '*; no.. Pj9tthe. :ajnns, i Foi iln rs-jaa a geheial. th ng*
. etoDeb&oVs and Creditors, : i 7 00 whole transaction. -! r )
.- rl WftLAuCoarrEsq. i'i '( i Acansa clJpgatipfl of' Inutariaqrle8niYca1mpaiit1 wilt. not. oqderstaridVttjjs law, 'and if
jy-cttkn:for Letter* of Administration 5 00 FAAvOetobe15tb, 1814I ; *-
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$ This letter was prede4 1tbey w indisposed to
I jr-TTho American schooner privateer .Gen.
notice -will'be ihheagatui :
gfAnrfligou1 ''' :terby the following short eitract .from le tV b1 :
L Armstrong, pf New York', Cat tain Bainuel p? a hbb Vtth? .

, '*rAll eommunicaijons- must. be addressed to .Reid,of seep :gun a'nd-ninety imenpentieredy : was.quoted.fromaParis pf Mr;Dabney,then ft our Consul and iot'Fayal dated Fayal It irI9(4ke S rninnesi toUegi at I Eterrefuza11 or eren peglcpt, calls :> .
: paper
4 here on the 26th ultimo about oon
aeTepteefl fpqrn .
i1a 0. GlLLKTT. pottage paid.' di8from tbjplace ftpnt 8&ofjt4Ii lOetob'er/fij-lSH: 'fOnt c -Jve sad, Iorthtsleriq'.k ., ,

A :TAI' dnisabt persoual corninunicalioiis wf1iebitled ,yater. The cijaLn l eee1ngno.thing ontbe. brilliant affairDeapWg the tights of lnaJtions can* 'Citizens.* ;* with'J *yV the i .UIeO(1OCe.i ,. ; I

is advertemeta. horizon,' was induced:to anchor. Before the a d.violating peutral tertoiythr; n&the.cEn 1 tRpt. tent ptpers fam. emigrating, vno' ,To. bean Amepcn citizen_.f is aWthe'iaYLerTetulTetltOact'a ,. .

WAIlbitI8 for Job Printing,must be. paid on the lapse of many hours, his majesty's brig Can gush Carnatlon attacked the p'desire-t6do so ) Ii'frai4! ;bat at' special.ift .< con"
1icirJ the work. tion came ip,and apchored nearJxer. About ei : brig OenerutArmtivngAmerican 4 helat GarloprBahatehee beiweehkegsuthat -' Stable in tuecase -f he. law 'prescribesno :>

his Majesty's the ship Rota Plantagenet frigate,came, of in S am ventj.tdur'gunsand }anchor ded by. Captain privateer Reid,,of&t-fpurte1enguwIcomman-anchor in these roads qiggg andj3ow.1 spthe Gene, bounds to the yiqlence.tq.be.usedjnii
r hart,
OsCI ed also. The caplain of the prf yateer and. his, Tbyucceeded1flna1ly in destroytng-her -be did the" 'case--f -...namesonlyjhe v.-, -. 'I-crime./U-i and*,7,|
ATTORNEY friends consulted the first authorities here about paid dearly for it. for theyj,had, one; hundred,' knot, care to have further,talk witlj jthe executioners,. revenge and nlusagemay

AND her security. -They-all Considered her perfectly and twenty killed, and ninety of tIeIr best IU him : that he hatflildHo! KlrnWBe H.nifcg be enacted under'it' without ''the*
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rineswounded including,tbe flower of tkelr?of- > -'c-r'-tt .C
H I 1 o r M f Law. jsecure, and that his, majesty's officers, were ficers. Capt. Reid with his brave *;f ani Htoherdtd5nofcare tvfietHerhe.lelti parties, being. amenable,, .
crew,tonsisr. i. vUi ',
too well witn the 'due /
to abandon his intention acquainted respect to v
. ivLNG heea obige ting only of ninety men had only seven slightly ;Florida -or* noithathe'Gen *; Jt may be Jhat air or most
neutral to molest her Bat
Florida,will devote 'himself to the port .to the great IS
eavDg of bis profession throughout the East- surprise pf.every one, about nine in the eveping wounded..7 -> 'Twigg i intended to leave and take all foreigners will submit' fo this largn

, rctee tlc1cuit; of Florida. Business entrusted to four boats were despatched, armed andinanried LORD 'BROUGHAM.-la a queer .fellow; th.e regulars with him ;! dud t hat-;next monthly fax,-but is'yery'improbable : '

& il1receive promptattention.; from his majesty's ships, for the purpose ofcut-> if.hilf: of whatis, sai qf.him .btup. -.: fall c the) Governor of Flo'rida1couId and if they refuse it must be yvith a pur

onv1Ue, E. F., August 3 1850. ting her out. It being, about.fqlt moop,,the An ; send the,cqwdieri4rupon-' : posepf defiance, which Avill Be met withcdunter
; amusing pf HisTdinsyntra-
night perfectly clear and calm, We could see ev picture V- *f- ** -' ,.
: J.s '
7. t > ;n determination
- w CINTOSH I ery movement made: The boats approachedwith sies:is fqrnished in the following1 .extract thal he' Bo w.Legs, was;well acquainted btihd'sherifl

AT LAW rapidity towards her,when* it appears, the frprn the J last riondoH'lelleFof with them/and that they woulddrive and.111 3 posse. Then the tax js too ;freiiuentij -

: ATTORNEY captain of the privateer halted them and told the New York Mirror: t iu s-ji.i him and hi jyarriorsout of the country > If bra year, or:a quarters du.

t InfflLk attend the Circuit Courts in the them to keep off,'several timD& has
: IVY Eastern Circuit; the United States on,.and were in the,uct boar,. Brougham durpg the, where he 'collector
said that he > cornet'undeveryjnont
District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme ding, before any defence was made for the pri.ateer. week, almost as great a lion aa. the Hip-; -r : r-' would go>f:;bat* 'i--.'declined-l sos obedience will

i I Court at Tallahassee; anj prosecute Claims for A"warm contest ensued on both sides. I pppotamus ; the eccentric Henr/' has; .ing;'on board the ale.amer,. preterringtot7waIt -.. -.--_ -L', 'itrrw"" < soon.. i//i grow.-i.i .

.,t leifif niln any P:*" of Florida against the GovUramtnUt The boats were finally dispersed with great, starjtled his fellow peers, and astrtnfstied'tlie fdfiridfe' convenient. ojporttini- to be a burden. '

0;: Washington, either before Congress loss, : the !ty .. It is sincerely to be hoped that no
town'by a1 fnf
I or it the Departments.: The American, now calculating On a very superior new vagary .. bad results'will follow, but 1 fear'this is.jirapbssiHle.v .
ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Plo riia. force being sent, cut his cables, and rowed style .of his costume, the.sight of-.which' ': FAMILY j4.k OF THE'IUTEP -- TDENT.Tjie Washington 4. J An observer of'ham"annalure _
the privateer close in. alongside of the fort, is enough to. break a jLailorjV heart.-.. of the New -tork
!i 7ii.185u, tf within half cable's length j where he moored her : heyeVframed question,
P/cture to yourself t1p
venerable., andr, nderdaleofJ ,
kworld.reniwne4 ng hJnat7jBaya.-T7-i and life I riiudt have bOil
H. D J E.% D ttl C.Kf/ head and stern,yith four lines. The governor Erratic in white! silk I 1 The ramily'of General Taylor have never body
now sent a remonstrance to Van LldyJ, of the been down stairs incebis: death,'bUt if possible" !most*reckless or thoughtless,wtien they
ATTORNEY' black knee smalls)
. Pluntagenet, vgainst such proceedings, and stockings, pafent they will go Mrs.Meredith's this eveoipg i sanctioned it.' Jt.woijld have been, .far
trusted that the privateer would not be further leather pumps, silver shoe buckles,1 Mrs. Has*not to '
AND Taylor been well'enough sit.up j Better to liave exQluded 'foreigners' &,
molested; she being in the dominions ofPortugrl white waistcoat, white cravatand black Juntitio She *her ;
day eat'by hQbandduring *
. at Law. From'i he mines than "this
iorice to
puusellor and under the guns of the-castle,was entitled velvrt coat, in Henry VJII style reaching alt his illness, andwhenhe.died Uireirherself levy

in the several Courts ofthejlf to Portugese protection. Van Lloyd's answer to his calves. this attire onhis'body'her.arms around'his.deck, ""and for high tax-upon them whatever lheir:
1. nTILL practice wasthat, he was determined to destroy Fancy the former! case
Circuit, ind iu the Counties more thin halt an hour couldVotfbe' removed. :success 5 for in .they.
Eastern sur-mnutited the
JEiMnroag: and Bcnton c'f ihe Southern Cir- the vesselat the expense of all Fayaland should by most extraordinary. OnpeeYery day after the..,ice was,,taken; from; ;could,hope for, no impunity, and would,
any protection be given her by. the fort, he face in the world- Brougham's face.Thrticonceive .'- his boay"and whe'ri'duly pre'p'ar 'd she jtas Ichowtliat .
| of Florida. supIpbrteito their was A tress*
I wt presence
would not leave a house standing in the village. .
, CJtb 1S.19.-nov.17. the wholeapparitidn'flit- see himL .These visits were most heart
Tampa Bay, October wBile in the"latter many'pT iherndo'notclear
All the inhabitants were leathered about the pass's,
ting about the gorgeouschamber; of the.ney W R O 1ridnpnn: !C ?iH-Asr|,
(M> OI' EB, walls expecting renewal .pjf ,th.e attack. A$ / twenty dollars a month
K P. moved to the east room, the wife and daughters
4 ATTORNEY midnight fourteen launch.es we're discovered tobeconiing Houseof Peers, amidstal| the glitteripg -; took their farewell lodk of the' loTed-Veaiares. overtheir living, and how are they to

I in rotation for the purpose: When arid sumptuous,paraphernelia ofmedloevol |Wrs.Meredith, whohas.put ...on ournLog, has n'ay ;.Jji.some parts of ttie mines the
ANDConnein ihsy'got within clear, or gun-shota tremendous I magnificence 5 the h three besought'them to make her house their temp ;
: o r ft ( and effectual discharge was made from the in the afternoon a mid-surrime'r sari1streaming'through ._L -- but.Mr8Taylorhas'oeen'etkon asc pdpncy bf 'Americans, ,js not"largeenpngK'toput
privateer. pjjiich threw the boats into confusion ; "*' ?Lj the law'in execuitotil In
I ,will ; the emblazoned winffytf h.to leave. Afe ,lurcli.. tlere. wei'q ; sI ._ '
? nf.VVlKG resorted his profession devote IT hey now returned a spirited fire,, bvft.thepri : ;maJ lady 1'rze'n s &flUk to sire 'at the such,places itseyil, effect wilt 'principaI1ybIfelWfot1raie -
I tl himself exclusive!*to'its pracU'ce.throughr vajeerkept so contindaj'a liMliare ** was Lilt cdfrvpa'ibraeii 'nH iiaW; .
up j % r A< v w *m'm*+**m99 em-' y 'Jmji ff **-* m<>* ATnericansr
I, f crt the Eastern 0rcu&of Florida.- '. aTmosfimpogsiDie'.the- bloats- to make'afly the descendants of thechjvalry; jofjcunyt, jBliss. Alrs.jCraKford) wadmitted to see,them, where
fotce jhe-law
JakxiviUe'1. Fla., Nov. 10th. 1849. progress. They.finally succeeded,after immense mede in presence of the throne, theirancestors' als 'Mri.Jeff rsMlD .vH. Mrs. Major Hunter is they-are numerous
; loss, to get alongside other, and attempted to ; constantly withthem. they will be retaliated upon wbe're.theyare
often andpu1adown
; B A It UK o'c'ers so up '
i board cheered tb
at every quarter, by few. -
I..T/ :
the blue and gold carpeted floor : -*; i. v "' *
3ttorir at LaW, with shout of"no quarter J" which) we could j A SMGHT MISTAKE.-We dont believe the -o '
j8couyiLc, FEaf distinctl'v;: hear as well as their shrieks and cries i studded with all the attributes, mmate !following anecdote 'has been'oririteill arid;it idtbo GOLDFROM; .CALIFORNIA.-The total amount

!: The terniiuaticn was near about- tctal and inaniipaieof an.imposing statejQ g9c4 tO.be.l.Os.t:,, Oie of gold received from California since the first
massacre Thiee4ot'the boats were sunk,and. < ArrivaT'-is $2<>;o 17,129of whicfi '
TILL praftice in the.gev.81Crtsin the emonial, the representatives of thecjvil an bpnest. Hibernian strolled" into one. ,of our. $19,750,000
in the U. ]jut; one solitary officer escaped death, in a boat = iffjf-u : 'churchesno matter*h'ere-ou* *>- -* was'.received: at thePhila.mint d the remain
: Eastern Circuit of Florida j of Florida 1jbeSuprerne that contained fifty souls; he was wounded/. power in England at the Bar. Fancytliiiscen and cpmmrtnion giyeii der at New OrleJni Of this amount over$17,-
S.lirtrct Court. Northern District Sunday at.thp jnitationuau1Jy'1
; "
1 Court at Tllahasee; :,nd proseCotmocUov. The Americans fought with great;, firmness, its solemn, grave; af 3 almost for "all in regular standing' &c.he being somewhat OOOjOOOlave been receiyedn: tin months, beingat

CL cute ciaiin Lcfqrc CougeS flIl Ue PP'T but morelike'.blood-tbirety; savages than anything silent splendor, disturbed only yet verdant Iri mat fenCof thisf kind,'thought ,the rate of jore thai twenty'millons; per annum.

. teuti of1jovewxicuj.at WbizgLOfl.S1CUOUE1tT else. v-'JChe.v rushed into the boat,, sword heightened .by Quicksilver Harrywjioflfjilgetty -," ,he would stay too. Accordingly he.remainedin .Since January th'e,receipts have.'been .at
ic hand and put every soul, to death as far,as 'tirera'tet'ixf t'wentyisix'millionaf per annuthantfor
SrE1CEU.1tfl.6.49 his obscure and waied the
BAKt. .? as An pew, ?toseehpw
lv cnmcwitbin their pow r. Some, of the"boats : 'ouTangvouang- waters woiitd'moveJ "Sooti a'Veiaerafcrdmah abproachfid the last qu&rterth r4ft.ix1-two. millions

____ were leJt without a single: man to row them jotiJers tremens eyeiyt\iherp.a; [ [ | once ijn'ind.jogfcried ihitlf tha'.B rea'd anfl per annum .- ., -
with three four. ,The njost.that Nw lie } J'|;!t'Cirif'-t>. i -
or rushes
) any :! up jo jtheChancellor, cup: Ho to T a generous,sup of th'e latter. and
' 'one returned with was about ten. Several arid'ifrows a sorfjofHalf" ;somerset:'Be1 sdm&orihe-Tormer.1 and-the )good' '' : 'bo.as floated on shore full of;deid bodies.-With four"or five''miles belbW Wi.ndsorj 'iii Canada,
AD s s hip-ion the woolsackstartthg that along,,LlOi4g bac ttb deak, iqnest was
r rtluctance' state, they were manned set fire tdhisx house on Saiurday morning'bwhich
great [ made if had been'omitte'd in the ..distribution
jt ?LaTh, with pickeU men,and commanded'by the first,* elderly forensic as' :if an electric eel had I tKat-they any wduW risei''4Vhat'if aV the dii. __ittWas_ entirely...consumed.. .He is amenofc

; JAcK50NvtL'E, E'3.A., second,'third'and; fourth Heuteha'nts'bf the Plaritagenetj suddenly made his acquaintance. Then cou's astonishment to see the occptt of the !il 'blLetiealth butsaidto 6roubIe witlithe

tTILL attend to' any' rofeefional business ; first'second, third, and fourth ditto of he sets off to the other.endof[ th'eliouse stranger pew' rise, andwith a peculiar beck of fanciful presence of "Snake 'iii hb boots!

l Ti entrusted o 'uiui'in.tEe] Courts-of the frigate, and (he first officers'of the ftrig; and holds a confab i Uti hfyf NiiWeri th ermotionhim: tB5t'waf. Ob'Scrtibg1- I .Jle'setfiretphb house underthe 'fpllowingcircumatances.
;4 Eatern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at together with a great 'number,of mid hipinen. k stgn he walked towards the, His family'did not'get up in the
J 44asse He has f-lsrt such' hnadvantapUfonaectumwithanaTfle Our whole force exceeded four hundred men. strangers, questioning two of threeofthern'togettier *050; s'he aac'lidt'rnI,sladiiij'beckqnerpwhc hi modliwfthii mornihg'as soon as"he desired;wheieupon he set

1 lawyer at AVash- ;But tlTreq officers escaped, two of whom were and waiting!for aniiversi I an leleat&1 I lfbveriiio the bed which sotho4is.dauh ers alepi,

$ ;toc City. as will ensure a prompt and spee- wounded. This bloody unJ unfortunate '096- from no fl. Next he popsJQWflibe.iween aisle aid in a subdued tone."Hve3you i then went to'the barn, procured a bundle of

! collection of such claims as may be placed test lasted about forty minutes.. After the boats itwo Peers .asks one something :chaze,?" The horror striken functionary any tot* straw; pIa d lti 'thO hduhnd'scI;VOn fire4ecl.rg
W the United States.Sept. till : '_. ,. ...
f $hands against gave out, nothing more was attempted 'day I*? ''j.it* ;k'i. *-.rjlsv.i.i' i-ia th'btrn- tbaJie
:- .81 a, 1849. :lyanZitrtifl light the next morning/ when the .Carnation and tells the other something else, and i did, and 1a4li& Own house thaah&

,hauled in alongside,ami engaged her The pyfcvatter the next instant is repealing ih1b sa'me :g! w.aleftficenc bfthe entertainment. He"i3. now'living in' h lbsn 'r'

still continued to make'a most'jgallaut, I between 't wo Then .. t t 4dvCrtser
F : process > LAW I !
.p LTTORNET 'ANDCjUNSELtOE'AT; defence These'yeterans"reminded me, of Liiwiiuce'a -
, ret aved lie c1ic fromlCblumVia dying words.of the.Chesapeake, Jdontgive ; hevwjiip.s:Galignani. auoT1iipoccet] iraIc9piec1hto'the i| *-. -"* +H- K. *T 1#* "'
! SAVING to 'JaQksouYiU?,', Du*al,rounty: up the bbip/' The Carnation lost one'othen I looks i.t all over, ;upsiIey 'downsiile', and newspape'rs'some time ago, that aman.be.Ibngin' -. I jBirmihghanv'near BY Pitt &SoL-Thborough
i of burg, waab'nFriday
j fapectfully informs bL.f ieiids that he his nsfaatei topmasts,'und-her'yards'*were ''ahot a way;' I roond'jlie n rI'fn a iwiiiUlfng rum'5pies rty Mii f r fdi1if1 '*hro'vin into a state of unii* alekcitement' oiii

with'him. iri'lhefpractice. of Law, his sue wrfs much cut up. in the rigging .and rct it up like a tennis ball; -rubs the; ;dedarfd thatlb9.WDadiBoot'tlieJfitsi! ;.Indian i 1uiit'f tb'd
. Qthe S. Y. ceived several shot in, her hulL This ooligedherto ( [that he met, deliberatelyshot.a squaw,*and.be,
and backG \ his Htfldyith, it s it .Wjer !ling taken'b( lindftIXil ,vH.appear?that'aiman UDc& Bichard Jen-
will eaeh .' pai
at !
The firm be represented : haul off 'to repair, and to cease' fir
kin of Ed Jenkins of that borough
: sand jdisapp.ears. h ;son warn
thent ugh bttitdid.
I >tera tbe'Circuit Court, in the several ing. ,V :sgapj c Was seen go5Hg:into the hbiisa Of his fatter in
Wtfesof the Eisternjudicial Circuit.--hfe The Americans nOW finding "their principal, side door on the ncht, Teappears at a, ted. Notwithstanding 'bi 'r
t !the afternoon where motheriwas, alone,
I Coutty of'HariSiltou. ii the Mi-Idle Circuit.it .- 2Vw.'anU several others.'tlipmoun-' side door oh the let "darts* at 1-i1SiLVl Says, t at letthr 'h eenmivtTfrotnone1of !
gun-,- (XrO/ig" !! ::1 I He was seen a short time after Wards coming ouf.i .
Court -ttt Ta !ahassee,-- and the it fo'olly to think of ; .flw arty.to)wjiich?themariibe)onge which- ( '
tiprerne ted, deeded jsaving" Lerjt&gainst bottle, writes a jpbuple 7drjle.ttefj.! i i A brotfieif went into he house'a few minute*

w.o.ioarti; St. AuguBtine r ;.. so'superior a farce;they "therefore cut side table (probably to hirhselfy >>blistvs 'i was a company the'dtU11dfhi3:Ibounil pr crime rCal IU1itS ornii p e.rlandy'giving a:8'er: Kichajd.Jeft, and found;oi mother/p,lifef
T *All'business entrusted io their care willJfcftTf masts to the deckblew&We through'her punish-
awuy bier hess body on the floor, and a large club along
his,noe as l Ifflicl Jfile.iWr6goingiiitp ;raent.lin7the,maiiner.4tatediq! Soon-after ihecoldblooded
prompVattentidn. ;bottom, toofcfput.their small arms, Nothing ; j \ 11a 'krioij out,' tfiV jaw

p "- : J.* P. & B. Vf. SANDERSON &cadwentoii shore. "I discbyed only..twosbouholes ;, parpership. jWi ha' *i)*percusblon. :. ., cap vx ak ri'iiunai2 murder'i,'j'J oft the IQUt2xUjll[ squaw. the narty t brken ac tbWoflddverL,4

Jack8o'nvillerPuvil) ; C't'y.Fla in the hullof the privateer,although .maker, : sticks' Ills arrrp 'a. kinibo, and 1 neighbors unanimous in the belief that BICQ-

2 -CUAEtIEp4E.\&AL much cut up,in the rigging. ;Two, boats crews, Jo -ksail.1 around ''tfiilf as if he should viify1mdch death unles&Iiicthuisi tbey disc1oeLtb .rprato ofi'eelt debd, tb 1ih1n6on 1 saw
"soon after, des'patcaed from our vessels the bIov
were, 1PtriL eJwa *
j AVcTIo4lE)1Itlr1i: Tike-.to haye ialkrthingan'ge9eral Aftrt6i'teurdereriIu
...which went on board,took out some provisions, 'hastily away. Hehad hot been arrested.j
: rcKsPNVT.E.. J and set her on Jure.. -with everybody Lain patticujar..ij" : :[ Wi ill y--- --a f 7rit* 4i*,.l tf..i-t 0.tQcan'

.+ 3J Aus in any part of the County. attended $ ,tnreedays after, twe were emJ4yedinbur'yiii was at once seized by the Indians, bound <;to a, ne
p itl Jt'J H'1=iiH'k '! 'iU
: despectuliy cited.AQ therfdeadythat washed bn hore m the WAR STEAMERS. Sir C. Napier has stake, and his skin peeled fopi"Him even to his Fabry.hasius been put in.operation tin A j-

n'ilIe, MaylS4S urt The nnmberfp,3ritish,0iane4! exceeds written a kIttettoiiig'aeurlous the newsnab'ers fvi' 'toe a The operation lasted iw6)bo&in1T&he
;jvictim sucvived two hours aft ii.j The
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:1 .7- one hundred and twenty atod ninetywounaea.The'ynemy ( nj jsKexjnanufacturing otfn4le7 5uitat4)
EN O' fact m vonnrmatum of bis! b r&
I U tire surprisedmanklpdj lost only fdr.cottoifactories." ,The editor ofthe oiist

'J- : ', tiqo. killeu\.un. j W9undedViaMre; mayeU ,epa t.e.4 pip ionha tvpr 3nthwitii iiTs8'te d P&e44jojnizg
SiC .'. jlI.ErC fl'S' God deliver front our enemies," fthu "wo.uld.neyer do.He ave1t pbri u the isifi furnUhreasinz
)i7- 1 ) .fl.i tteth'ttiweiwhobaLlI.
if >
& "" a > v mad. 'Fourdrvootth pthyaa aiaoiig '
I 9S serve the Admiralty; from the hint I market for such roducta of maiiuucUrinanst -
'* 3r.f1. i.4c-i .dpponiiiuelfsu$aLiht ; : :' *ci.s&at *? tah Jj t
. # tf Tstt'Llovd nsd.cf them have tried shot
f 1 F -- After burnin'gtne privateer; gave, on buttr
gjl Used'by Jinn"rf ipttti< distinguished"success in the* ,, a demand.to the governor io. driyref,ap ty A.merfcans mad iof'iron Uthsaethfck1iessai I s qthertepin li,
= *
ilxv .cue his prisoners/ Mch. tkejoverporfusHethe jour ior1oiia oI Stata to indepenence.3V'ebeginto
-rl.Coughs. Consumptqn,;, Catarrl .. tefl iJi> lo.if send ifivdhhndrpn heSirnou wftkfl: ,. '!1.6! ztjjw think 1t1i M G tEM thei'e W4MeiXI

4shnarJeatia !Epn.OU sfire,an u oA t BoILLD
eric>nslmmediatelT retiredwith* arms, thoJron-were mos dcstrpcttve. an.th
Goth ; ; j the d ('4e I- '
:foitt old GoYKic3eonvent-khocked hotes so iarge that they..coa ndt'1epluged
&c. &c b>iig sfid etjsrmiacjl I q Ipf w kh aN* 3 UIISt1t will 4eep.thoMirC
; Complaints, :joIgda themseItetp f i Iaat, Vai Lloyd ioweertti1hI.bttt up in actio'd.U1li t't4 : i4 -' ':

5 r.SfH 1'thftfl 'td sendhf II111Ibb $ !
ahoDbL.iuto rim sthUaycI dji onii

raCts, rnk4U.rUa,9z4c, : : from b8,esel*hen in America.; !Thegovernor course&rorwi&&& jnrearacnv mm&B e *ii f

!: Uru'on.oniumptionp.te s ff rthe bi4th i6zi f-tE1 bi'ii3jrr I A canvass a e was sLci du.crqssQbe r'lf Vri5

: aofpALifranfr ; i ,b;shore: 'tii two

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tbh: ab0t Off .an4a: lila ar' DI0' :
: ktt?' IircCB PvJSTIIsSE JSQr J 'JIjpTi faJ nlevtion by steamers has been. ,. abUth4BOSI )
hr.thsiequisiIei1 is zndiapenzb1e.
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r *proposes C she' sulbeidVfsise.ft -- -** 34iS i" 't? : ,lion:orthe.-yinion tothffffcssago. of .liezaMBll t1FhI. .aswatold.imV. ,'f, -' : ore'&hatwe-: Q Y U. 1JB

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".>J...\l... .K'O. ID1, LtB. .,'; uou.. ..T'i7i8s0.. 'h ..... -.;' pone of- ten r* millions.- -. before: --w rr--,her :public--f named V V- &t / : i'l9' QJ'J e .pwl",; V V pervadiDg)hew: o'i! ; 81* !t VVitVlS.'ian.. J rT: p Jfi'if: 1p tJiMVr:

---- 'oCbniV creditots. lube.should l lO ,paid for jt,. ackndwledge the._aeclaration t.; and. worthy.- ., --t'"a'$',o.wJ1.-\ :people!' ".-+Qad- :willuevevb V. Mclwrosa was peculitlyis "IIi.

Forliepreseptative. .. :J i iJ..P 'she To"bprai'dTfor- : shaltotedjuetificafion.V t- V :; V aiictioned 'l by; the 'peq.. d oq ri r nl rl t I
own* something t V V* L4I .
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,; HNBIA1RLt4 V : : : 'And V' if her" claim' rs or.tituyi .VtV ii'there u-fcJ J ;Thb efl'ect' f bat l"T" ,:had 4.1VVwouWbaveTheen lr: : *pie'J'of 'Du*' >vail* I VV Wbs A the ifead,::iLe ('" .:..i. d.ierL:. 'IIt'The. ',"'.4

I f'i*-,. .-v." j "'H" -* *"* to"iic1 il :people l ll' j ; Sb) i is9 ) cqccc4 ; rICf.m the advent "; "
.' 0, of' l.EO ccTy. ;. ,anyconsistencyin dryinncttoVtiqmesuroby ; ; V t < :>"*,t tI' '" c" f ;. ). VV! fUCI !'t1, : among.
...4" ..v' :,- i V f'5".0 \-- I ?;tleatsf< <; invasion. .J ; from:the r ttieitziti,rr m all l.lh; ;! tiflitbTycliCqt1iIedV ;. :disgrace.evey1SontnJTanWh'1; qppord powerful' cfafcmpioa.'of! i : '_i their t'Pr $

We nreTequeste vitp, the tr mT texie ",'b ftbi, 1i,1r'f lf itVan4l, rvlii h :tJ otenVh lmed' ':._u.at4'thE, "county' .at 1,I
< L- > "* militia, the.army, and the Navy)of the t p .I '-" 1 t..o. .t tV I EtVVjr ,O! ;., : s-Lt,: .t': "'vF t"'.. !( .' rg ttrrif: :. .
Democrats Jacksonville'precinct to. \vhol&union. 'WV !.'H1'Vi! 'i'::j j.f ..it' proposed ,also to .give-Texas. .many. %e'.e mp IJ.'Sc.srt ;oii} N .CaOhllW.I, l lrtt .at. the acquisitidnpf such atMf. : iftD:' :
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meet at t e C urt House-Wednesday And what is tIiegreattnitive' ff'f'i'i rot>t'fi this'' :milisons Wajpart, ;, 'btiAerterrijol.11 lal r' "i': \ 'i vi.lJle'r inr (dS rY atbi i.J aThJ ; ., C* P. COOPB being; )00'"
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evening next to appoint Delegates to 'tfralJnic l assumption,*_ r to ;atit t'specious: i 'iifi i-'u < ;enottghifor'two,States arid. .thus.I>o.'give' /1 and l jiivite,, .,Southern,men Lomebanquet : ,pi) addressed _tbeaUjjcnneatandeppropriate, ce1: 'I1ti 1tt...

V the County Convention. to be :.held oil, special pleading.tVhyNw.ezico! has the Co,nbojitionif. t! .'" ..Is..6'l.' a chancV_ .'a''tmncrA V -,. ,. _,". V '4-'Y'' Vpower ','tojiarljike'ofifans: if,'!?f et.ii ngeofbroiszc: r; (. : ; manner.Notwithstanding .. V Z'

Saturday 24th.lost. ", itaking from tho ou'h.ar. '4nd noKthsj ,, r.go1d .
State Constitution rom; "slavery J ; .1 overtaken us,t age 'some 0
1* '*'* gion already'secured;to:Keif by the annexation ii1.Jh*i1S'1 "*: ..k-i'"JL", i- -it '*Tii **'* warmttrof
>s excluded. Here is the great charm v debate, tht.afliir. pO f F

The Democracy-of tbja J great county, j'in. *FJLLMoaEseyes.k .t., .Nothing'.1') 1JtfliNLlr y tohim.is,) **' ;; of:Tt'Ja8largo.'F'enough.t : for' twofUttre : I V Mr; Bryantputsome 4 tnvundousquestions'j&ffilK0 # 'Vt-; V ?h good>tatoper*aiid afla 4 )"i
have loosed their banner to..the winds ,'"tie', 'taUs.,, ,,.'k, I 'f-'d'' bi" looked I I fine exhibition the
,. l.it to witness: the{ flames :of.civil_ ',war \ J ; .I' 43 l> '" \' V V:}H/ ; ; tl ..''!? "IJ ',? .j coIIioaj_

and are ag tprepuml ia "Mfight the lighted,-the, ,South arrayed against 11ook..apon such!a. measure. t.therefort ; 'eery fierce
food'fight of faith.!' Oiir'old VV and, esteemed .'. :' ,;. '.."a.liri'sulft. he, S uth, ',;. a 'fI., 1 .!.r: .V :. ;! : 1n' V9"tJ' the meeting
the l North,-the. brothers hand. 'rained i : V V "tV' 11I"r LUX? ;,- 0.I t'f "' ,3."ttgrallt ;a tueor YF.. r.a, dvagiced 'two. unanimously adopted:Jht.

.;fle.nd' 'Cot.tB4T. babWN V V Tor-1 .ragalnstIbeVbrother::> : *."*, !' <8 <.} i-J ''.|would J?'V', 'vt;lutiniotUbt thl ; !, Constitution and : !' .ago. .frbm i'V1 .1t tuinp. 3berue VkVV ;;V we: V. following resolution., as ,eipretf\
fwhich bond the
is UhionV ; ;
merly //Speaker,ofthe Bouse, has .been the whole Union in universal r : f"" the sentiments of the
1 ;; one ruin,; rt i- p J > 'i.- V j I .if nehiisgotfhmiself.ji toa .;d 'bo'x. V Demomrj j(
nominated the Senate -and Dr.JAS. hair his- :had, ..it passfd, as n eoosnmma!in- ofuawron this' n't '
to rather than:that one of darling .jflV Abolitionism i a'nd frcebiliani i '! tOulliy'up e'great\ .question of
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S.>JONES and JOHN Wfc JONES Esq., to Free Soil New.Mexico should) be harm ** that'Beycrar- t } 'i4.E l l:of i:.the &.'it.J ePn- -His. ,theory. *- :- > thib" '*t."*'.':* *Bveryhuman*"t' : ?* 'the' day VVVVV -

the Lower House. Thia.V. 1"!h a V strong ed. His whole soul is absorbed.in the :States-F.lqr.ida among then Lad pip.nounced ..' ,ing:naturally,ami'.inevitably.I imbibesiiKe. '. ; Resolved Thiirtne, 'line of 36'30 ;

ticket and ensures success.HAMILTON V progress abolitionism i.!' ., V .iniuflerable, : opinions; nnd Bennentsprevaillnj in 'agreed to by ihelati! : Southern I Conf'evtimi
: reference to >' 'oill w'dead held nt NashvilleI..nnpu._ _..._.... L.
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We thai have ,
V COUNTY!r V trust Congress, e f'ri VVilch4vj): been silent but: tHe counirywberehe* .was* bjih{and. aX.!\: 'I the only! ;:safe'pisiform for ,thfe'Sfath*.19
firmness to rebuke this high handed. j ns unless be made his before ..hewas.fifteenJ'yar ret tipon.VVe
The Democrats of this) county have "snoie killed"" edV' escape ijc'o..dillgIY.gWe. our wncu
of Federal and the scotched
assumption authority, only not : rence that
JOHNSON .tfBge l I Such unfortunate to measure ne of ALLEN G.
nominated l\l j.' ,
that Texas will spurn the! degrading I""5n>Ader it my duty, in the. P0IiOfl.t1flt cession; and congratulate
their candidate for the Senate, and Mr bribe offered her, but we fear the mad individual 118; remained after the defeat of the OUf'tGUatii

JoHff G. SMITH; for the House. ''Maj. ness of our ruler, A single step may I ; .I 'now'occupy't' express, my opih-, conipleing i ,that fatal,peiiod could l never upon promise Bill. introduced t .misiiamed_iwoth .: (_: ",
i ions openly, HO ,that. all.concerned. .might Urii
JOHNSON is deservedly( the most popular precipitate tho ..catastrophe The ii dis ihert-Qlter divrst themsflves of.tht"ir States Senate by the commitIPej f111'
understand views other

4 man in his county. He served during 'not yet.'V. -11 "----u. V. .: V measures. that, my may :be regarding: attempted by: prejudices nod! p'Haio".f' This ingenious The following :are a portion: :of\tJtj':

until its close theory .waiiiveitted r r.the 'special benefit toasts "d lank the' V
the war nearly MriJ.W.Bryantar.tlllicIiiaiiins.: Congress different in 'form from l e'GOtQ'prHmisu"lri1t I I upon occasion; .? .

in the 13th Reg't. commanded by Col. The most curi.bapls ill i :this' : importart '- \ :tending to'the same ,of'H' candidate. at .the." tithe. wild. over' i 1 The. l.'riioh,-A g'onoU' iJu J.
ECHOLS. The nomination of Mr. SMITH : V staid his.time:in In, Ireland by one year willie.It'ml11ntuUII. the equal righsjtill
gentleman's has end
unanimous. character that .. -,'. I V and was of course a m .* t'rcbist I the confederate*; An Ilitoltnbfe!
was teen lately exhibited is his unique 'let .If t tO'ol"one.J.should) not hesitate. it
Now, Mr. Bryant, if your theory be I Despotism when beromes nn iDlt..l '
ter to Mr. about the avow-what'l hove done. 'BotI ment of V in.the hands V
MR. FILLMOKfTS MESSAGE.AND SIlL Secretary wing to ; ve correct, and .if 'you overpaid your time'ill oppression of 'II.
W 8SrEll' IETTJJ?. Indians !, It would have been the greatest ;. the'gratincat'ron\ to beh ve that a 'large unscrupulous Majority ,.

.. Our last exchanges from 'the North pity in the world, i( Mr.! Bryant' :majority uf'tife'fitfeirien i of FloRida 'tort- !.assachhjssttsIdo'you' dare to insinuate" I 2 The South -Sh loves the :tiQi
that .: imbued with the
you are not next to her rights, She de.irel: .,
contain two Stats! papers thai Vill be had not enlightened the Cabinet with cur with tne,'as I kflVoW'that -nearly .all:
prevailing !opinions and .sentiments of She will have, the !atte. ,
read with intense interest by the his political and military viows cm the, of the public. functionaries.of the Snite -
people '
I V that hot bed of abolition i ism 1 Now si'. 3 The memory of J. C. ral&ou",.-*
V of the Union.Ve fear they are des subject of the Seminoles The Gov. have comroitted'themselvesto resist to .tvlsiehhurn of:the difeimnavilLyou ridt'upOfll He has departed from amongst u*, but

tine to a melancholy celeVity, and that of the State, the military officers' I at the )last extremity!'measures d !ignt'd 1 to 'Do jbu swalluw ..iir theory /, his spirit 'viii remain to anniur.t; and

'they will light a torch that can never be Tampa, the Judge of the, U.,S. Court, .deprive Us of vital. .fights.At the y carry us triumphantly through-lay'
ltacknoiv T'
tJr.d' ledge! corn ,
: that await
quenched. Hereafter there can be noV and the Indian Agent, were all a "m rt. .an early day I sjiall. 'give"a ,more emergency may us. V

doubt of the devotion of Freseident circumstance" to Mr. J. W. Bryant :extended view of i his matter, andk&h"w 'VVe'areas'much' bppused .a"* Mr. B 4 The Missouri I ompromse..:ltfit:
bringing private chaiucter into .news- Ultimatum of the South, She will yield
; FILLMORE to free soil, doctrines,-and He knew more than all of them put together i hat as far as public :sentiment ascertained pnper'dH cu !,aiid we fiever'permit such no more She will receive no lest.: .'"

; WEBSTER, the great Northgrn Statesman With that patriotism, for which the'people! 'u f Fbi ida will not' :
di i cu>sions! in our columns. .But if Mr 5 The Nashville Convention.- tits V
V upontvrtcm' Southern eyes had been he has been' always distinguished, he .submit to.d ali!ion and!wi tings thiit:. : Bryant tm-ans to siiy'ihat 'the private next meeting every SouiUt-rn Cit ate'will :

: ; confidently: placed, 'has'now deserted volunteers enlighten thu. ,Cabinet .may. be. fatal. to her.1, .peace and safety.. v diaracter*, of Individuals. tiught not, tu oe f.lly represented. V

; us Cor.evtr.t h, is true they had not the. manners to V By :reserve'and'titnidiiyve jeopardtriy. ,. V 6 HeizryCty-He lias renawed.

V :. The lerHlf of tne. Message lila V The answer !,.* Icuer, but cuBa iuVicf'- caii, tic : :.itJtifjf bo prbmpranJ I"euttln'ptriBjOli influence.' -- -r- vbters* : in-""_.making up thel'iliindahthv old Federal.\V Ii'g.do.'ar.ne qf Cd ftr.jij i ,
ihey out ..to. YO t", then we_ Spates into submission
sovereign ainl l
doubt of detei mirutioltVe ,
following "-effect,-thato promote the no they were governed, by his our .
take .i issue with hinrnt., once, \Ve. differ. hanj log traitors. May.he iierer.Efiiung
V execution'of the laws the President is advice may save that. Union whicli. ivViill ha.: I "
: for this bis .
i with him /o/o calo ., srtaMa'sflP owa, Stole,.
empowered by the constitution ((6 call It was once asked : "who is J. K. hitually. cherish' and yet.preserve our: V 7 /
T4epeopeof Such a'due'trine'V'.uld' lead the
-out the-mi1itia, and the army and navy PolkV, and we are told it ,was.enquired, honor,our, i ights,;and.our:security. '1' ,. ,. tu' elect a member of
.of the United States,-that Texas has Washington "who! is J. W,. rjuJt! V* : V Hitherto justice has been denied, us,' confounding of I igbt-alJd wrong, good. not b? aft aid to speak out; on the remote

no right to 'the' territory she claims What It silly question to ask ,Does 'only! bfcause.it, Was .inferred; from bur. : and V evil.: V ul'of Indians or the rights of the SoullC

S 'west of the Nueces,-and that he will not that important letter,itself announce apathy' that. w> would submit to injus. Is. it:a matter of indifference to us By Co/ James B. Col,. We; ha, ,ti .

\whether. have a thief, a gambler or i Democratic "Beard" now, that 'i, >j jstr.'ngto ._
aid New Mexicowith the whole strength that Mr." .!. W. Bryant is i the bigges tice.Let us remove this mis.pprehen-| '
V a pickpock i, to repre'4"nt.us 1 Is their be shaved by a'Whig Barber.
in the State 1 ion ou'iohts: and' _determination .
or the Federal armin maintaining its cu man by asserting our ;
By F Livingston PTktrigl&i iJ
V thority in that region. In the first paragraph he 8>iys, J (J. to defend theta ut' isllaz: private\i !character,- -.Ui<. so 1. ''sacred"V that we Texas in New Mexico.!-The. lint

We have here a bold assumption of W. Bryant) beg leave to addis you ardn'Ja. d weIII.bring'the. real disun: may not ask about their morals l before sword drawn by the miiii*>ns; of the

the Federal right of the Government to upon the subject of the.late.Indian out. tonists-the abolitionists, ,to their ..sen we give-them pur vote 1 This doctrine Federal Government for i i' purpose.of

: make war without the consent of Cow rage at Fort Pierce e/ow" Indian'riv. seam time, it may.he.hoped, tosabe. the won't.go down'in any moral community despoiling her of l her Territory, should
Union B-it if and if it is a' "U 1 stcin Notion" it isas be tho signal for every itruei son of. ti.
er. When did Fort Pierce *eiowlndiin : wefah..r.llowj; i wo. are
gresst upon mere caprice,. upon any. get doomed arid much:!"out lOr Jatj'tudU.M. ibe Gravely l lI. South to cry ouf as of (One nccord :'uTo.
State of the Union that choose River 1 ,ignominy ultimately to V
may to | resolutions ,V your tents, 0 Israel! Now Mh'tf
I. !
interfere with, the Federal policy,-a In the secondparagraph he.says, / he i ,most! fearful con tquetc! I. For" :, V V thine own house David.V \ ,.

horrible doctrine that strikes at the very ((3. W. Bryant, ) am' ignorant. .of the cau., .. one, /shall speak and act fearlessly' and Mr.and It.coinplains.that..we because put in out V The Manatee Dead. r ,. _
oar have
I 0" we hot 'been here ,
J foot of our institutions-and .which if ses which led to the difficulty."-The. frankly whatsoever may be the .consequences "j. The Oharre5&OIt.l'ourieroflhe3di IDS''*
V to' .along as he. But bu'.must'recollect we. ..
myself. .
not stopped here will pliue'.e ery sep. Devil he is !. y" V says r
JOHN E\RD. VV never 'advanced. :uch. 'doctrines, as.;.l.e.'
arate sovereignty, at the mercy. of a vast In the third paragraph,: he (J. W* Thlpublit' generally and! 'naturalists.
We advJlIlCt nor.
5't never, ,, believed tiT
Jacksonville .
.A'u' h 1850.
tyrannical central power ,at Washing Bryant) recommends .:,."action"." i. .'to. the I ; ; : : doctrine thaVi amari Ivrh6 remarried 'in' especially,: will) regret' to learn'ihaith. *

: ton, to be trampled upon and degraded government I. .'BOSTON l\OI'IO$.'" IrekndEnglqn4or.asay"." 'j.' j .1 'other;'i.'UC u; :: ,'- 'extraorilinafy'cfeaYure: expireJ, | 'es f

L suits will of the Federal In the fourth pargrnphhesys.Re. of ;part.f: yesterday morning. An anatomical. {es,
t 0- a? ti e. great : : .ii-l.peculiarities : Mr/: 4BEYANT'S :
Europe ;he fifteen
wa* inu
V i'V : V_ 'L' v for v,.
\ government-a, docttine so monstrous moval, 1 (J. W. Bryant) :look upon' ,asimpracticable : style'are.- *as-'!.marked in.hu M ,:edorts' of.'-,the'. 'er, after P;; V.,be" 'J a, monarchist VVVj v V o'ndun6t-. t.J ; 'f for'. V IttllIDJu.an V 01 tne'careanenas'oeen.Dwt

that it has never occurred'. to.a. predecessor !" Ally.think,of itj Airy .:pen as in }hisiTorensic .anil J stump dis, tnist 'under V4V ", by scientific gentlemen, "Ihe're: _of.

of Mr.-FiLLMoBE, and was ever J. W. Bryant "thinks' the. 'r removal Hf playn. He'us agreat: 'deal;of'si irong: ',rTht VV- :.conclusion. )V n Republic.. !... :-,11 is CI ;" : V which we would be" happy' 'toCpQbtist1f..rnished. : ( -
inevitable if this
advanced by Gen. JACKSON ,in his the Indians impracticable!ii' No wonder l language t J rtud! 1 an abundance'ofge ti.u.;: ; V We' .learn- that.the. .'skin- .. aai
V Mr. B.
theory .be that '.
most arbitrary moments. we still, have. ., them : amongst, .us J. l Iatjon-i ,rV t -' bu".,th.i'4. ;. ,-,hearers,l ," and e- : '*readers'*' *" are- V + be.'if d trusted: j V- IoHi'onilhe true?1O,), VV n..; _yankee.can skeleton are preserved. !Fheywit' !t I"
>u .
The particular,occasion 'for thie bold when so sagacious a statesman thinks .):perpetually\ .on}the,searchfo',the cause, slavery questibnyf objects of curiosity! tua11- who. -take- a.
assumption authority is one, : of Mr. "their.removal t' impracticable l '!!t"' of all:, his ..violence c I In his .letter to>us wnfjf&e.'nJ.; he J|eft. ., .New- E.fgiand: V'after1 V t he V V: interest' .'. in such.matter",- ,' arid. 'we' !'ho*" .f

: FILUIOBK'S ,manufacture Both t the, In the 5th paragraph Mr. J. i W. .Bryant .:in'Ihe last Republican,- were ire; Record .- V tll 9 h C' ;.r "i V that they m'jb'a Ji-i-be t /J aary ,
Wjiat.pfecis"ageidM;>B/waif I whenJ
:i J J preceding administrationsrecognized .thinks'the chit-fa; ; .entirely _1 Innocent: I figly V r' '! ov.swnelmiid V, b il1esqIernnadJu.'- he"-Iln left his-*/tr.iqIP IT .,3attd u') Ilt\w-tw-"V :'way; 10."the".gpntlemair. ,who took'*a&pains
t"$ home" .has not ..jinformedu f '
: ;
1"fIfIh tilt -f ;
r the right off axis to .tlifrpos e8 i ?ol f altho9 'he 1 ad al.eady&taied 'i in then td! :rat I ions. the nC n4i'ttrVwi the : rn.lwaii.,o expepiefJW V
-j / .,nJ, Ur} -2' {pmtestatioas; <., !! -a,( .,,, tt-J ,,;buT.. we rather ii ink*h tcrit4idfhis'ri V grtat. _
thisterritory.Mr..' MARCY on the 12th' paragraph that "I am entirely ignordp( [ !!impassioned.Denial.! of charges' that,hue) t1ine.h'.ll; -V .JO: tL'J'UtJW, ,}. 'H"JU, : ". acccAnplisb'it';. *_c, 1ptuf 2 _f $_ *"V V
: ; UHH) V. .t ) Il.i1. 1ft
October 1843 gave directions td'ihe of the" causes which. ':led to :the difficul-4. V ::never been wade,' tTho (! VV .lJ, J 4- "P&i4 C&OF' 'Mo i "rC: GI

military1: Governor,at,Santa Fe, that all t J.? I' .j' of.ctialfieiT. thSV never will.be$ t'P1nIOc8'11C V V V VVV V LB&UBECUE VV V V We bTe" received' 'A1'.J__'. '&..._.!e'.
Bethinks this *'4 jj: Piyji .ai*it'--'J"o a .'
the of the Rio ( same :M. J. W. ;
the:country on east bank Bryant ., But far.aB ,
1 V V (:we >fDn ppru'ive:! 4 DemocrBcy of this:-rouri'lf'' ve: Washington,in which'complaint isjaaaei%.'
: V Grande formerly .pertaining.. ;to New ) that. "fo {lfot"o( i!.n, ;;hundretf) I the:"head and.front cot'" our. oHVnding"is { ti ;l yqiniifJ Vui.> tit l.ofeVr.iviVjv! v soQt numiKreof |hb en&tennd Hon.ecBfreaeatatiTes "

Mexico",Wa' within \lrigltful" 1 limits men each around, the,', Indian5 district: ;; 'because we;said "Boitoir!Not-ions1io. mote,'. ftth' t be utteplj jnqipablepf ibtelHgf
of Texas,that berjurisdiction was to be :VQM'ecuretbe. i fn ntie j] t" &A.::: .: ; him.t. "|;*!V He neems" ftjj"to consider* :' this*'.15 a-per-A ,3.if' oust V rat ton )tf. ,4 encouraging; ; r dem-; their duijeir.V The, <=Writer> :'hai'* njljr not?rumwWrtf"t f r il '

respected,and' in ho minnerird rfer 4 In the 6th paragraph he announces\ :I JLi T.W'IJ L 'r11 fljri 'rrm:'v .iii giva: : V ; ; y.i too J11i1iis, bqfhe.'atftt'J'fI'o.:6ot.t: ,*
V :1Qt 9.'tjde b"f1'J} ....l..lL".rPHh $'1J't ,?In..I.in'Sifippl.irneattoi/ .candidatefdrXtbh ; in"in' four Senators were BfeVreelingd "j.. .

Titi! :otherwise. .' than" to I lendaid." on pro- ;to the War 'Dpariaept" + '-!a-HI$li'fti....- ';',..,i ;',V (;Tbe.first :thipg!w'JvlJl n'ciaLtbi. ; ;; : 'MSil'MHlor!' BI.tltb 'Atfl1." the' veira at one time and' all:t togcth \
*jU:*:> ;;} i'i V TUis i is sad of tf-iirs and
J ons to,suttam.it. written Gov. 'Mosely recommending :: ion that tho author ri t4 -! a state' ) maj.be pt: V
per occa ? : ) assert of the :G ravel- !y.hQtJJ: ;: } hpLVaayJiP llfM: I JW tire dangerous codsiquencc*to tbci'

On the 2th,? Match 1849"Mr. Seere. that be order at.leut.ono eompanvf,&c. I! } o.H ill" fa' l t1Q ':;" "J r 'Ptih l I inI Ji2 :('hJ'Jbi N1 H&iWAIW Pte'iii ,Members (I8k a couUjtioa' w foUWrr. ,-.
I V .would! ijft,iY' iJi"Dotbadtbis '** :; '"#* v3p ; 4iJ.'j''H!' dJ14rc _. perentftaperibrui,tb dutJrs t in l sawiw *":
What mi' ftm''Tij4 .iraPI "r' t
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j 1. ry CEAWTOED; :expressy.reherated.aad '""I h-<, ... H'" ,.'F.,# ."..,',.." ",.''. '.'..'. .lorJ 'a"_ faMfifafyfoaM: t' .\\1 Ii .. 8J.UVC.V ttt .. u nv1 ..delf J1C' a. I, -r}J ; ',!: BY' :.JIDA"! aoJ''.td'fc*tor they' moot fc;)bt. upon)%h4 off.
: j.V Tteii tbiideraddiiag es follows.' '! it ,Ji ; isa''St .telIU8B 1 1'an4 r !/ : : :, dpd:'( f .{ ;: are otjDrr, 1 VSV ) '1
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;.: '.. :' ted T! -a'w'i., :,jg"dertakk.: j.etetd" : '.hrc1tcDp1zover .i 'interestiica'n' .' V 1.' .b f' '':: '.IUdj .;.: Ob't tdii '. b ttib.\ .' nds:'beforeuntyori Go'j eTa ''bt'' hap.rui .' ')Erthqu8ke' iiiardry, : oihiDghti on a mi1r'29tIi\f\15VtV.Viu41to\ tb1V;T 1'i
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hrecd riiutlder mg.- : lt tf P" fPJ4Vfutm i iiivltedt ietb r: :wjiby-.overat'tJ ear b ,
wiIlvfluey fWJi "' ilqD.-w1q' 9U, : Jt o. ; I J:1. sii4 *rattling of their iQdoTr.'Ms w:the V
*b ir jfest arJanging'yjinr: :c mandlni t I'_"", Jt. '6. r.sj i # ;i" : 1 !U).fl1.tq fj 4 J! nQn'h J fRp WI4tJ d 6"l1'Jnt_' 'rltil' _!.t.!"': 3t-i.tJ.'J, ,trLf.iR. "V iag' Urae:4uite cal aVa '*QOogE;stirrutf' :*'
iH.> li! U e \, i It wa s ver .iMidrr breed'n : iOw f i:t.1 rtaid om.sOneiik '' taieoftha, : .i'deai.of iheiun, t ea '.
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'. :," 0 .. .t'er.'CO : I ith.Gi Eoik1Hopf V aW1 Leait t:u:'fi'OttH.Ceiit .'r :: rJ,
d;. .caw. he ahould ntt- ereioB as;: ;ttofeT: w Oiidmai l afitSr" ,Fla.;-(}..ElPclctd;Columbia Cy.U.; I Beesedoer of Braton,County.the'.,first \ 1. _pjJ."tt
ell Ibyoamki' ldeli1l.e&1M
C,, ers. AQdthUa i i iorl rtW J'c..Sc Cubs"W4Jou'BT1M.. Miidjr fa *'aber:n twU&ia legal"hour l.ajIJIe:
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pabfjla it, it hoald be; i andei t 'Southern 5' John Coy,OifeyiFerry:Frascla'Moor, 'vt. .seLhe I .. '_b ,
pepte:,"_ e4i : : ,:' bftheUownrorty tT.wI.Thj "' ... '.. .
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I ed iu ; t Tcp'1rta&7'f8tzi"
"prcir hatillg.Clec1i pub adedas_ .t.he..> ittJi t'l W_half oCthe: Ert half of emkn itaf "'ljI'"zr "
&reBrih""r Mandarin BTotI'DuntBrow4 JPfc tfc NeIYovWi .
j L: irt' here prefcat\ oar rca timphotus ,Aw a. .;;It sli ij4tef ij:' ;do4Mr.CbM nerdd4'Jjy.,, ..JttrU of" 8.J:tireaty oboa oae tOMtWV, leried au..ny ,i1y'o. tL:. 1.-j. 9. '. '"f.t 1i. c-.., .
:thaube 8oy t I do. p"W M .FJa.rB.JL-ss.at.; BeifoC j :' .w&p.W1J..Mill, ,!' Li :
i* 1j1 Lh1Is 'Piiisata from theCirQ.uit:: Court ot '! '
.' cLd'. ae d ti. '.Jf: fttif,." aft Cy:Doct Btywcod and Son, FpTry-Angnut 16 lee 14tb T. :,:
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'4 .'-thai i. take of ftecaring) (tihem. : a p .TMvant:4Io, 15th .& "Bffljlb'.:Fb., 16thj 0<* .: ,' *. N.M.MoopT. : : ; iniItiaea ,N "iC4.1' .
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gurro**" my name ; roe : : "K ,8erifl.ento1.. q. .-, -. .t -.'-. ,-,. .
jua the m.tteeor.tventy"rour" nng superiority'in'e"ery\br:tbr.the r 1. ,, .:1dY2.t5aJ', ,. '. ,t4: ,.- MjAte? EMP1i- .M...""'jl' ." '
'''fi arpprted to hive formed and roveraiBeni. ,> .that' the>rem .astranei.i ,Mariec, ;',!.si:!(I!.IJr < mad to thw Hba.:. .01WU".J.. ".."'.
.41$1 ta :and opposition of theopthern. -' '-. : .,: .orihePm.Cbart uIaa';co.t fc >> .
eyp1' QiiguitCotirt Southern Circuit ?
. ..Jw.t a (feeling 01 respect to the: to lawless : ; : ;; ''ENTEBBD ..'i4' :* *, ; "t.lI th.4l&I .1.ekJ to*'"' ...
measurc are nnswered
rodJPromi.D also the same.feelings fierce ciir-W v f with' J AU12tLBrIWa.. Nichols, Leightoa, .,H.Yl'3t1L .r rof Florida,)Hilsborough,Co.s'.is&c : th El5&ate t JoU W.' *"4.IItOZ I&. '"

.. 1tpsed against the Nashville .menaces." ( !' -rt'isii.-sf' -' oar' -:. .: Oronoco, .Parritt. N.T. '.- CoiatJ'MABtK.D lOsB'A .. : .
'lil'i "r which I had the Honor Stmesand_ th' halter I for our patriots Bch..Susan."Ltidi Be&nttt, NIT : 4. k:1' :.B.ll.II1CbaDceJ'1.- .. ,' .. :CJTA S,W,ThiBOS A.daT' : '. ".
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Ata 1 1 he.ch-Morning Stan ,Pinaster .N.-71 N Coiatla .-
rnomeistwhpJj'sovereignsyof $
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., s Representative! this he States has & Charger, BLikftnunN.T.: 1n&;, ,1 .

5., J"V die* Slate Convention I Jug become' ;the (act remain' 17th Brig:,B, Lnnt,. Came' ,N., .J. .. .:_ ORDER" ""AT.',CHAMBERS.tj ,.." :'SEA ISI. ; N, )"'OOTTON'GjU.-., .- .

1. ,for many good cauc", wish sectuiiy (. the'Sputli_ against. otterdesiructionat _, CLEABED '. .. .. :T)appearing:-to/the featisfactioaof the Court, HEsubscHbeiadfl'- c. cOetliu< tbe- ''..\1i' '' :.: :
. withdrawn from that commit. that rri merat the sovereignty ,A ,g. .1st,, BrigV .Jefferson Thompson..;.N.T;* .-J.i :,by. offi1siI.tthe' complainant Bled in said .L :'anngonh' .U. .a .J;,. ::- ,:
." of ihf StiUe-i IK scouted and. derided 8th. HoraceGreely"Kelly-/ Court, that: the ibbte mentioned defendant re* Gins double and single at his osoal'rates '; .'
or.cannoi ever In .,' J-
. ji not acquiesce in the Senate Chamber 8th. Sci.,.Lucretla, Mossmaor vN.T, sides,oat of the.State of Florida, to.wit,in thetateofGeorgIa .
those. *nd the infamous l "" is ready to fill all.orders at Ute. t.. aettce :f-:.", ,
i. ireed o's as .1 I was total- aad tevol .ti.mary language i& : his ordered that' j Ii hearing They'can.be seen at.all U., at:U.. $ loq r t. ... .. '. ",
rint olmY name being useil. inpreconcerted BOU'N'TY1AN'i. .on the'l cts charged:in'said Bill be had at the Agents: .j": T :
. committee of nine or'bo greeted with;shuts.of applause from the 'AthGENERAL ,Full term,'ia the year eighteen hundred andfif.tjf.'ofaaij ., 'Vitlaloriga& Acosta .e.atm1D, Ga; .::'ap4 .. .
gallene- : Court profided. that:a"" of this ,.. ,
answered for four in : ; copy B It ,thcwood,Beanfbrt S. C J;P ; .I' '
Ig' twenty a "These are timpsthat yy menV souls"] AGENCY ,order, 6epublished somepublicNewspaperof : .Charleston,S. C.: George Brown.. .5T .. -J'1.. ." ,
., jetneIget3c711551rUt .w WASHINGTON this tAte,-ot.the spaceof three"months' lleBlF.'', .
and in the storm, that now impend- D.C. *'* .. Tisos&HirisOothE.: .. ;.
whig and always expert the _. -fw-l' _." t J least,'befort-,thefirst" day: of the said tend of ; !'. .- ALSO, > 4 e -' ". .. .""" ,
those ;
10' J"Btfil I cannot allow my_name .struggle betureen who main JOSEPH WA.LItE& WiJI gf t said Court:. 5 fc-* : &- .?. 4'j ',_str.B iea.and.Brw.."W oI > .i-.. :
)(. the world in tain the rights ..f the States, and .the prompt atfretfctent attrotlon: o the 'BOTTJITT WJTH. ii my name at Chamber,this fifth
Jf : Lsei to I abhor and acquiescing a adhpl nts.t.' the new .d'clrineof/oree, i LAND CLAIMS ofBcefs &B! coldien enfsgwl:in .jffr,. f J anehe year of our Lord-,.one thou.Baud Glamor Gifts repaired,will please'direct' to.:AT : .'' ,'.
[sure trench Itot as the proper emblem flf Federal authority she \4te Florida Wcl or ether of *bei .Indian l eight handled.and fifty. .;Vw vto, SAMiTEirliBUKSs. ., :: 0- "

1r. ( pledged myself the Demo- ,-the South tf ill so'-n know who. Wars ia which the United State's hTebeea engaged 8'i JOSEPH B. tANCASTEB'" ,'. St.Marys.Oa.Augist3lQ.." -,6m ; "

do I ever expect to. Hut I orthe 'War with Great Britain.of 4812, .radge-orthe. C.rculC'.Counfor. i .. ,
U nor wish myself and Iriends insulted are true men and who aro. traitors, within and to any description of business requiring un .- ,tne Southern. 'Judicial Circuit of Fla WB'IE.: : .t( ,:G.-c.I ;::_: ,. 5'
her limits. June 2 18O. 3m ,.
11 Agent or Attorney afWiishington. For proca- ,_ \ .
thems.-lvrs head T- -t.
jjcatty railing men land warrants his be :-
will 83.
ring charge In : '1'. '
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nti Lcounty p.ndatihesametitnexvish-: GLORIOUS jfEtTS other cases it will be proportioned to the nature In Cfrtmit Court, > j 'I, : ..;-t.

measures which are de and difficulty of the case < flaaI1toC.avy1FIj4._ :
to ,11 adopt :Eastern, Circuit of.Florida. ) '
b'tie majority ,.f the"arni coun- It will be remembered that this He will also act in connection with Agents or FpHE UNDERSIGNED respeetrqilr 'Wora .;
pa Attorneys in Florida who may be employed tn.3ouDtyland lit"Chancery.T i lessees' .
i.tI. 't Public; that ttey are the .fthis
Resppc'fullv hits :
repeatedly fail-
your predicted
per i anI other claims on terms which
A term of the Circuit Court hetel'at'the celebrated. .SpnDgJl"iiapectfti% -. r
tI.ff ELIJAH BLll'l'H. of the Omnibus hilt. a
The which shouldbe
ure Umoi be agreed (
may upon. 1'1. Court House at Alligator and for thE urge the afflicted to come and be'healcd. "Thr'
X1., lib champion, has generally misled its post-paid) will receive immediate atten county Colambi.4too Taesday the'14th day of virtue of the water is a:u fixed r"D ideal)
aiiou AbuJil 9U and the tion. Aug. J 7 1853 tf .
; ,
reader* into a contrary opinion. The ,Miy;A.B., i850j present the 11 n.Thoa. Dong- To thos&>fflicted KHEUMATI8M, CBU,

Bayonet !" Union understand neither the North -- lass,Judge of.said.court. FULA, DYSPEPSIA, and .the.'Thousasdlll&
. A 0 A RD. which mortals heirs to would .
; are ,we
thql the North .tespooUr
S..utb. ELIAs KnicsuT .
feralcl yei teriiay 01 the Yesterday the frienilsof ., ) fully suggest that they try its Virtues,beIievg.froxnmanyalmost .
to mairhii' down upon us \\ lits theredeiceetflbtsZOhIetl the Otnuibus Its I -- vs. > But of DiYorce.
< .were exuKiug. supporters miraculcns cures effected by.:
absence from this Sfate I hive *
. hrr batuiTsrle DURING my MART EJHQUT. ), '
on my business to the care of Mr. \ r its set they also will to .similarly'bcael

n, ; was written before the trlirnghi l.aph l. They counted them at break of Jjy CHARLES P. COOPER, Attorney at L,w.Jacksonville II baring been made to appear to the satisfac' ted. /' --
tion of the Court Affidavit that the Defendant
by The seete' r 1ea will huincl adelight4' d
f the Pceident'sMae East Florida for to
uf: : news But wh n the zsun set, where were thl"y1"I close. In thus transferring, business to Mr.a Mary Knight.resides beyond the lim- ful place whife away time. Their Table will r .
!fo. ni"? Texas I quo: 1011. 1 our my iU of the State of Florida and in the State of .. .
ou The Omnibus started to go through COOPER, I take pleasure !n gi ,og assurance of be spread witl the best of the land, and no exertion -
u., \\t Iht message with the acfiW Georgia: on their'pan will be wanting to provide .
lay by daylight ; but the sc.rf'\\t got l'.o- his high moral nnd professional intcgrjty'and
belo It is, on motion of W. M.bes, Esq., Solicitorof for the comfort nndpieasureot.visitors.Tlft .
e our ,
in I IUI correspondenre ; cheerfully bespeak for him that coosiderntiou .
the wheels flew otT and
ytnr left north
tight .
ordered tbit thd said Defendant
Slid Compkinnnt surrounding is.filled with Deer:
them how it will from friends and cUi which _
ask long my u&iis to both
de", and and Miutii, und before .iaht the vehicle the&! eninently entitle him. Alary Knight, do appear and plead, and Turkeys, and$e' Strea ns Withthe-finest .
4eforeoir: words a.6 !If'eralfy mailexll nine il.'wn with a crash And all that JAMES A. PEDEN. answer or demur to the Complainant's Bill of of fish. Good doa dfisbinjtzIckWirilIbsat -:<..

h. I Mr. ('lay's trurulent llirtfit* reiinii.s ,' the Omnibus aIII that Complaint within four months or the said Bill all times at their service. *, -
< o August, 10 16SO. 5t
and the matters therein contained will be taken Conveyances from JtCKSONY1LLdi
.wi timidly repeated lS .
t lifrr calmly i pa-si-d to third' leadmir, providing ter- confessed. to the SPRING at a4 times ready. ;. .:: .;
- f seutf'J doc nt'e f the Nurtheru j ra orial! government fur Utah-silent on J. ITIcROBERT BAKER And it is further ordered that a copy of this Board per lDonth$20,00' <:'**

;rty. The Constitution and l.iw, ciftJ.iiled II the sunjccl of Slavery-as U..tllb. bad OF THE FIRM OF SPENCER order.duly certified,be published in some Newspaper Children and Servants 10,00 f, .

Itd States ar.* paracle,1! as riijouit .within the Eastern Circuit of Florida Horses per'montb .. .1 ,OO. _
herself prop..sed.ThUi BAKER .
civil once week consecutiTely for the period of four BU1lNG.TON.kR.TAN.Marr.b3Ol5O. .
. : thigh duty xvaging f..ljs the wors most monntrous .
, months. .
' Fillniorf
\ nod I'reidoit finding incongruous, and aboitive compound in STATE OF FLORIDA, 7 as. .

: : it'the bws allow jinn tu&e aimed J4t' i 1.ttiuu, that has eVer bti-n at letupted NOTAR Y PUBLIC Columbia County. J .FoSaIe.
e.II for "'.. engaged I I S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of the Circuit Courtin : following
t. puttingdttWu in d mgress.Th.it COMMISSFiiNER.APPOINTED(t rpa tracts of TaluableUad,to wit:
said do here that the
and for County, certify
J. 41'he Low situated
,esisting lh.*e I'tvv ;ft eJs out .a cru Tract,71 attheheadofI.iuti
tlriy spell upon the minds of men BY'THE FOLLOWING STATES above contains a true copy of the order duly : n Biter, containing.Fire.Hnadrtd.acres-
of L".sltaLiI' a.b".ut eiipheyiug
t. Breaks uuv'cr to uui e gtin." tit take TESTIMONY'FFID- made and entered of recent on the above stated more.or less,-also the'P blo.1'n ,situated -
(If ilie isii.d ttes .i. I e.itutig case.
on Pablo Creek near tbemouth-of the St Johns
11 Southern Pre. V1Tuad OW'.EDgRlIIENT8
,f cont i titled niiLko'ities of It -t..te.- a. Witness my hand and,the Seal i Riyer, supposed,t, contain::orer iTwcvHuadred

fart the Adtniniot ration have tn.tdet I TO BE USED THBEKIN. [SEAL.J! of said Court .this 30th day of acres including eorae vfiae. hammock-aad a

.8 mikill (liproverv' tnat the (\II-el i- i \VEsTEaN ENTERPRI.E.-A line of Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, May, :. small Tract'of.Woodland in the:tieinity.of.the

i ion and J.\VoI hoillci be construed .. I mail stages has been org niz ed. to ply Cnnect icut.New York. Pennsylvania, 8. 8 SCARBOROUGH CLT.LJune Town of JackaoarriWv containing Thirty-acre-. -
: 'Vet wfreM, riWidNol1h't..a r01iDlI, -. 8, 18 O. 4m more or .-Terms low. .

a f allow the Executing in all cases., between Independence arid Santa tel South Carolina Georgia, Alabama ForIiuUierparticuisrsapyJy to .

d. cb'iQoe ivhether will ajd the tnie ;and ',ellt in'o operation m the 1st of Mississippi Texas. Attachment Notice. CHARLESJCOOPER.Ag't.and : -

t. putting down iebeHi"nor.did the be* I July, 27 15 0. ly FELIX Att,.for the. .
Two leave I LIVH-lGSTOl'f)
July. Independence
stages 'Es't.: JasXDell d c.
IMU j'uttm di wii the Si-iie: in the LIFE INSURANCE. OR vs. .> Columbia Co. .
5 on the 1st .f of eve month. The (Inpendejoce Jacksonville,July 6. .3m
rw-f Texas RCid New AlexiC", the PROVISION FOB THE WIDOW AND OR -

'. psideut bas dttcisi.ve.lv- adopted- thv Commonwealth thus des ribes PHAN.NIW' T HE hereby-notified defendant and of all the others commencement interested are of .J40TICJ! 'i:. '.

:policy.. their equipment : ANE month afterdate shall .apply to ,the' '
4a. this suite returnable to'a Justice Court, to beheld
ThejustiQrti.e given for th's'atro- The stages are each capable of convey YORK LIFE INSURANCE at Alligator Saturday the 15th day of -J' Honorable Judge ef the Pr bate Court of f

0, HIS proc" itig, .is so void of sense, ing eight passengers. The bodies COMPANY' June next, and to appear and plead to the same, Columbia county, for leave to sell the Beal.Es- .
tate belonging to the Minor hejrs of George N.
Given under band and seal the 31st
, tat none bute..a whom parly servitude are beautifully painted, and made \vatertih' OFFICE 106 BB.OADWA., COB.OF PINE STREET, day Of my May A.D..'1840.WM. Barnes, of which all persons interested

I 1 1e .as mt le j'bao'le <8" could evei have with a view of using them as -- B. ROSS. are desired to take notice. -
Capital now. (principally invested ia U. S.Slocks.]) :'
( SOppedLau.e ire The pretext is, thai boat in ferrying streams The team 280,000 OL3,4KS. Justice of the Peace. S.'C.IBARNES.

lay rllt.trw} rih Mexic- the United consists of six mules-to each coach.- AND RAPIDLY ACCUMULATING. 'June' ', t8O. '3ni Gmrtliaa. J'

[S1tL.1guzrujed the PRESENT RESERVED FUND.85,000 DOLi..ut& Alligator, August'10,1850. & .
( to Conqueredlex The mail is guarded by eight men, -

J b populatiollu erlalo important righi? armed as Pdlows : each man has at his i ,TKCJMTCBM.Morris PROCLAMATIONBy ;NO'FICE.THE .
r Franklin President of tjie New York Life
a. immunities.; The inference is side in the one of all interesteVi-in-thv .
, stiapped up stage, Insurance Company. the : State Florida heirs and persona .
3 p plain! ; that thrse rights and immunities Colt's\ revolving rifles ; in'Q hoi Pliny Freeman, Actuary New Tork Life Insurance -. GO'Demoroftke of. wn ..James, late of the couA- -

.J t DtiLI t t I infringed by the extension of BUT below, nn of Colt's long revolving Company. WHEREAS lila.required by law that an ty of Jlillsborougb, .deo, 'are hereby notified, .
in State the .
I iejarhdiction, of Texas them Colt Orsamus Bu5 neH. Attorney and Counsellor at be held tbis on that, on the first-Monday September next* T
over in pistols, and in his belt a small re- I first Monday October next.for a Register of shall apply to the llonorableiJudgeotProbxte, .
Law. 20 Nassau-Street.
I'Ion, that Tex-is fuel her CitiZens are v..lver besides knife- that 1 hold and until his ;
a hunting. -so David A. Bokee BepresentntiTe in Co&zress. Public Lands to four years of the wunty"of HilIsborougbtokhaTeiay'dower
. I IV. Ir u. .der the protection of the Ut.ite.l these eight men are prep4iedin case of I Alfred Freeman M D.,218 E ist Broadway.John successor shall be elected and qualified.; of the real aid.personal property, efeald deceased .'

'f.: Ir?**,*t and that the Government of Tex attack, to discharge one hundred and M. Nixon. {Doremos .& Nixon, Dry It is therefore-ordered, That the'said electionbe allotted sonic.according to t4te statota

1 dee* its citiz..ns"thA' Goods) 39 Nassau-Street, held throughout the State on the said first in such-case. mad and protided. "
r gut secure to thirty six shots without stopping to law "
r Monday in October next.according to "UABGABETW,
IJ :* Henry A.Nelson,'(late Wright, Nelson & Randall
wjaywient of their ansi '
: liberty pro load. Cedl1r. Given under my hand.and the Great \4.dai.x. .
-.. l y,\ HM! the free exercise of their U )L Seaman LAte"" Representative in Congress .-Seal of the' State,of ;Florida, at the AugmtlO 1850.4L
nry (
rrtl glOn," ("we quote the words of the CHARLES IOWNEND. now Seaman &Muir,) 231 Broudwiy. [Seal) Capitol in Tallahassee, this 15th day II ___T:

t. aty;) If these are not the conclufttstrhichthe "This man was to brilliant and fascinating John C. Beach, 'Counsellor at Law, t4Varick' ot July /;TIJOMAS D.185O, ;BROWN. -I---: :N t'ee.i.i.

. President and ..Secreta'JpfStait. as an orator, that Walpoel said of Place. Gorernor Florida. persons4iaying any eldisis-o dea ads

) 1 intended to be .drawn from : oue Df his speeches, thnt ,it was like Isaac Merchants C:Kendall& Dealers(Hitraden in Foreign& Co., Forwarding Exchange) By the Go'etnOr-Attest: .ALL: whatever ;kind against: the EtJta&e of..

''IIJ -kiiu.lemn rrfetenees to the obligaf hearing Garrick act scens c.w DOWNING, Jathes'S.Jamesdeceasedare' hereby-required ta
6 Wall-Street.,
them to the ;under:signed,administrat
.. .. the trtatyt1ien'werethose re from Congreve j but he was without Samuel t. Palson. (Allen & Put son, Shipping :, Secretary of State. trixof present his Estate within the time,prescribed bylaw .

, Hrnresinere senseless lropert llellce. any guiding moral or political princU and Commission Merchants,) 134 Frontstreet.: orin default, thereof they wiU.be forarer

. ft the) treaty itself. committed no such ::'.. pie*;.and, boundlessly admired by the J.and K. Herrick Dftilers, in(/.Stationery.K. Herrick)ii 78 Co.John-street Importers, NOTICE.TO debarred froBKrecofery.' cAll '

,,:, "'"!7 It proposes lb**.e guaranties, House of Cuuunoua1. and bouudle' sly J. :%I. Ward well H IN""re, 241 Pearlstreet.J. CLAIMANTS 'OF BOUNTY LAUDS.Tl to'makeznent persons indebted to the thftEsbte&revreanUred undersigned.vMABGABBT .

tot II Mfeguards against Texap, but craving its 'admiration, he Seemed to 8. Bussing, (E.'& J. Bussing & Cq., Nail andIron HE undersigned proposes to obtain WarX C.JAMES,

temporary securities against the ex- act ever from the irqpulic of vanity.and Manufacturers.) 33 Cli$4 reet. .rants for kinds for all clalmanta who will dmi : '
tea of Spencer S. Benedict, (Benedict& Bockwel Im entitled thereto under,he Act now before OJ
from cham 2m.'
4es..fthe which speak ever the inspiration Aug.1OiSO-
military government : : _
. porters of Hardware Pearl-itreet. Congres when the same hall fiate passed -
raJ..d the conquered region at the time pagne. GreovHle4 smarting under his Cyrus Curtiss Oils Hi Wl\ter-screet.. become law, for the'moderate sum of.FIVE' ,&ilJ&I.Ia.r.lIodcc.' -

*the ratification of pcare. The lr aJ -. recent defeat, but till doggedly bent on Daniel S. Miller, [Dater;i Miller& Co. Shippers D0144aSfureacb Warrant.w'henobtained.. A'LL p ludebteUo the estate orJosephjt '

: czpreuty regards the incorporation baving a revenue 'raised in A erjca.- anti Gl'ocent 161 Frent-nreet. : ,The object of this notice. i*to'give.tovlaimastaan VanhtjldeofPltnamceansydeceased
I J(the cotquered ppk intik thi'u iT.* n missed'110 opportunity i of goadi g this William Barton [Grant Zt Bartoo, Dry Goods] opportunity 7of procuring"warrants at th\ requested tOf, immediate .payment to
125 William-street.. east[ ," ,.
under \ versatile with his I. len # possible .expe e. the nndersigned, ndihos haTiogcLums againstthe
the jurisdiction and protection of political\ xpue William*>oxe DusenbUry-\Vftgdward Du- Those Wishing.to'secure the -. iiiesbf the
tatearibereby.noti8ed .la .then
and bitter reason. 'You'are cowards Commercial A 45 William-st. wlircall it 'br -addresskirn pres.n )
VPltigIuitat e*; as the one-grand senbory, Agents. undersigned; atbJtfofce within the tim preicri.be by law,or vthinotice

': I( ofcoentguaiantythat was. to superfe saw he on one occasion,'turn iug to the by letter, and prompt'attention jriUbe girentotheirclaias. will bcleadia barflf their.ftCOY ".. .
. issued tola .
1I. *< and afraid'of ih lining orer 5,300 policies, :.Ccgn? .; .pflJLJP, :FJJ-ASEB. -
swallow all these tempsira- Treasury benchT'ydn are <: )1ELTON.BAtNES..
up PInT is 80- established on ajrjon iisis, -.j "V-v. Vs :'AttozneratlT..
I'I 1 5Urjtie. And yet, the President Americans. : you. dare tas 'Aaperica;' iTuwnsead The iasured are the only.Stockholders. andnil JncksonTmeE.F.July 30,'1850., s6( .. Administrator. -
i : T J'a boDTil1e'lim&lat 1 _1 ._ .
tbe-ted States com-nits the:ahrdjty Ilung'by thir:taunt, started the pre't3 are divided anoaally., .. '.' .- ..-.' ,-.' .. -. ..',

: 01 wllcdjjinj.thtti l 'extension. : passkniatelyup; from hisj:seat" esrJaioK i { Certificates of li ideudre issued annuallyto ; IN ciBc 1T UO iTti &!D t ii6'm'ir: "A4.iD< tta W JI. ".. "
the at:their. credit ihe
uhe J ri jictwn ..o/TMa, i ofera part ing;:'FeNi(!'evrdaJ. dare.not ta AmeiicaH ,-* Books parties of-Ui Compacy or placed,'aD\sn'viecd1sanaddition an ; .,' EASTERK. CIRCUIT, :OF' FLOBmA.., S moz tha.n and : datel. &tjItt.jpdProbate aJ .''50 of
rtits II counts .
regipuVnd peZpfr. yrill'be mvtott do ctate tax Amsficid'awI ibis .t)the 'ins red' bearing' interest t '. : .- <
*.m r.I .
ci ;. ., iisci'. otBuTal couatyr for 9 ilat.aeUliBfeat
,' o treaty'&tipul..tion bo\idi! :brav.ido 'udiel''d :jit m the '.ceJebra-; At sis percent,per muuD'paia.bte.ill" tOn "'rht. 'J1.e' .) .' .' and ezka, 4 JPfnlD ihe I Ur&.1kPtratian .,

_Mat. Texa., is .npt' H .Free Spil State,.- ted Bill.:which 'woa m cost _Englandthirteen"coKmi. 1DP1l'.tU1cabthe.1101e.. Lif ,5re>- 'f"., : : ;T" 'Bi1LJbrFot OIUr.e. of theestatelateaf .OU.hnEJMI4VsdeC.-' -
"* ihi world- 4oig\ta jthat Jtlus is the .''',mld:a .hunqreq inimons miami when'amoaniing Ih lDSured fifty be:dollars quIt,.incosh at .Bhanc3iard&Iqde!. ,, .." -,": -' .-- '-. Dag. COun.t"9*' .i ,4- ,,*. .
theoptioftaf paid.wholly .
QtQ:nd subsi.QceoJtae mutter. Mr. I of pourfdi'i hVr: debtl 'affix__an.jnefficeuUe ; or forty pere nt.oTiheraic, : '
"''H tn>reV threats of;frmeJ violeiiiee-. s!tnin:oo ,her,public.cb r eLer... credit inizpeieai th rownnotespatHK; 'interest...tth OQeqftheslefendjixts;; 1JI.id Co&p ii theaboireehtiued' thsmoryiR1d-xaserealJtacctx ,. i3aAsonvIfleFeb23d,1SO., .f .. i.. .: ,. ',
'" *sr 3 .
I' P 1"lt Texas are.only .ijt'ons of Mthre /;' 'f ,xvnen'l lt.bT: the giatre-of a puirid:feyer -; :; : rf )!said Xlircait',to-trit." ,::iu. >he. Stale_ ,-t' .-I '-.-._ -' .--,-< L.t' .--" '.< '

Iqa i;:'.. iD&lit-igi4. Tile)' was'say-ra"in'C\vit es"ngtM:8neq .Josoranee tie on iaeome ife of is tbe tbe 5&earii'expedknttorperpetoate Protector otNevXork. ,. ,. "., '* ", -" ;"" o j. ,.Notice. ? ..' -: ? '

; IItfe a1li ; (hiLVBilJ"g.urJon. '. ; : :Jt isEtaory.\: .Jiil 4 that iIId 4el'en&Dt: {; -" .
bit ame nil. and breathe the u.u.te.: presimp 4fter d. .TQji4:
'- II :*|Mril. T.ey express the intense huts .4rt4 ,tbe direcuouciT.bts,19.4icyrveiw4Lyfliiatt { tess nbst3iLIaVIOlcO even fob grve."Adentrnanfoese sosplain Eider within 4'oI1fer four months "otherwis the JhefUHi Or wants and TouOf ) ? ;";:'
I; 't.haou. r Lord, th theiTil ande&thIth. tie Estate of Joahirr BVHorans to.lie Hoa. j .;"
'e which the N ub basXor the 6>otbVbtir tha 'pro 4ontlnantI bIlFthaII bekken.pro -' .- ; <
lf.i ; '., ;.io : '- Judge of Prab ,.ot.hjIouesy 4 lUt- : } 7 .,
'd cO d oX' rjram f ; } .
' deterffitnatioa lo' enforce nheof Nordi..godnawreds; ijobdestiute ; I { t; l *.It _* 11' .
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U'.boAi T i' esan '' -v { J i '
'Pere c :J arD .. r.- .: ? IahaUatheeapjilytositaurtJea.. ': :,'.:. .
flttness. helr:jrfiftctiont' :byHan bhf t ;riri 'i U" of lofty: of the' -' ";1A.I UIlJ'TWIR..f1".JI"" U be;TpnbUhed .cme'lap. .t f.l :- '
Ii i of',Intaraacs. ." froa .agy. ;y Agents 0 (: Newipopemiriated- $;JacksonriUfl .I + :: .
ro ra e be kis41ayQct. virtue*ana plendd 7ice3ander whose: the Ccmprnsllj or.,....bt njnletrto, bet -"C WJi1!: .. \f.WaniIITr.tf.. '. rJI ':'. _
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Britt.2..113t.erly. Reve'w )he H tel-formerly.occupied:bya Mr.: 'mJn bl' ad A :"'!. clril )'ii rljW f ., d eJ1c.! t 'J 'iaaiE'
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ixa to the'Uteo revolutions .counter- WOOD 'respectfully iolidtja continuations ltb--I

revolutions Among1hen: Europe, which the. extended' '.tron ge', which. hasnhitherto"- [...L" ,,; gmostimpVtantpiibliqIn8ii.itiion 1.Gd ,! I I Ih11 bottles ,

hare followed each other in such quick succession been'b towed./;upon thia""well 8talNf''" a. fashicnabe,olaceap'f.business,; .thejftttr4ctivepubiro ) t he.ds iee oei Bd ,
the Jn the. fliftnl) Aue, inter tth'ug
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and.oihih'thernd'iinot yet," the lea- lishment. In order the better to merit-it they; :; Squares &i ; 'I .
ding periodicals of Qreat Britain have becomejuvestettWlth ,have enlarged thoroughly repaired the :important:,,req'n4tes,pf.ligh ;.A djyenlilaticm,;I I rBJieQed an 6f i. ,

degree of interest hitherto an- I building, and adopted. many'improvements i to tqprQQip pt its aimed J,tinh.recent.enjtablishment ; : a n, $$004fi retioull y

known. They joocupy fiddle, ground between promote the health and comfort of their guests. largemunt;.au4 roug ;. nlle .P 'l : i JOHNJ 81 S; } .
and n cesS r lf iiriperfecf RouSe, it :1cedIs p y > V I -f H f1 1J t '1 '''
the hasty,disjointed, ,The bid fri t ds' of the house will certainly, / : ,,i n ttlJ
records of.the newspaper and the elat 'deem it an advantage that the cabe will be nn>f .. America-.5'ostraDgcrsr; 'there V I a ; ii nf.f Ol ; :

orate ponderous treatises to be furnishedby der the superintendence '*,experienced fbrej,!its c positjc i'is peculiarly,desirable, TheSalxwrib'er l11fE: ,F M.4LBiMED en tU
> jthaaks IQhJsmend3 and ftv, S u B E D )
the historian a future day Whoever Hostess, tby whose aid:tt, .tter.themselves : eturja have >ga ( -< --rS&,M* '** '** .
they -
reads these 'periodicals obtains a correct and they shall not be rivalled."bl Hotel in jte thefp'nblic for the"liberalrpatronage V 3A 'tt14 s e.rJl
ajy that bewiflendeavor pUJe J f.cn'.iucil,n co aSSX .
him and 'jth'ern
connected account of all the important- political South being now enabled by.the constant steimi; tg i assures' for.the general. >r s1 tfontieJ&t" >it

events of the old worldj asthey occur, and communication? with Savannah and,Charleston ', to merit a'conUnuapceoftheir": .. \ fllvors.ArJ'GLASS," ;'. AN flT.VETAflLE'( 'C I1POU;; 'niattewhetbo r the Jresultorr _'.:
1 the various conclusions drawn from them have the of.the fine markets'of "") f, 'd. .
earns to advantage lil"i 1- eauses'prOduced
by the leading spirits of the nge. The American those Cities. In'addition they bring to the business -, June2&, 1850...,, .,. < ..,.;/.301.... ;'"'iiiRk. 'H S!M D CINE ;i tt.i 1lr bi a ftgU1 'r'she' accident.. iU < U I.-u r-irre-gfl i fb. i191* '*Jj.. .r.

Publishers therefore deem it proper to call an experience.of many years,'which will R1. II E,) D"t&'i. (. O fQThTthSIk P1ipi laiir hct is, resnWof anexteJ1., J.,' NOhingCanbeDro.. 6An1'Tl ':.."'- **v. 'Jl v

renewed attention to*the works they republish enable them to' judge better the means 6f attending : 'REID'it' CO.)having leased .|practice of:.sererAl yeara'ia ft;iUotyJ cU, "vigorafingefi'ect, on hie )..1 tllA11r1._
R.-R ,'
and the very low prices at which they are offered to the wants of those who visit the mild iTi.. themarfandttfiffbaildinss: : attached, mate !Those,?bo.ba!F;,**** jtt; ttbnse need TF.8rJ.fleen son!tall weakncss'n"d'l laezitnde'8tL ,'I>,

to subscriber The following is their climate of Florida,. .for the purposes of healthor are now"prepared- 'iri connection with' their its salutary Hfecte upon ohers,1'Thifhealttfof nofarther'eridencepfits'great.Taliie onceb comets robu8tfandfon'erb .

list, rii: pleasure .'' 'BDW.ABE ,i in1luence." nl mediategreat
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, THE INCREASING reputation which the cli. lJIISCEL'L'ANEOUS''EST.ABLlSH.J thousands has been 'perfectly storedc'by' .
AND ,thia medicine when ,tier3remedies !ibav, .I\e : p .J'JY1 ""
| ; Q.ittL
TIlE EDINBURGH REVIEW, mate of Florida possesses in the estimation of GNE1ilCOMMISSION cause Clf birrennees. ,,
KENT do "
the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand a. : failed.} Its.operation & noi simply to suspend. luHt 1ii\l'no'\ be'uJi 1 d' '0f'hrfiI:
the disease for a .time but tot purify"the sy's i1"
other has induced ,
pulmonary diseases a ; delicate lt 'eihibit
WESTMINSTER REVIEW Their charges are established by the Savan 'sound and perfect heii3th'A ; iidficaltt
THE vast increase of travel to this State, during the j tem; and restore it to :' performed;but'We eaD::1881Il'e ihe r
nah rates. "causes teatment' aJtA
NDnLACKWOOD'S fall and 'winter months of those who'soek the small Treatise on the 'Ih
: the Agents .b .'.the.U.'S Mail curb and ndredsqcasjuivq< been re
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.The They t and, offever and,ague otherdiseasesfbilious t\1IJ
relief afforded milder in
by a atmosphere-and DR. TOWlCSEND !
Steamers at this.place and tare !'now enabledto ; Jy "ife.einjj"J! I
in New view of this fact the subscribers have determined hites'maye.had gratisoftbe andersignedj -;
aboye Periodicals are reprinted Planter 'I tressedsnffering'cdntTmially"by' weakiies and eb
offer ev(facility to the Merchant ra.eb'JJft
York immediately on their arrival by the Brit- that their exertions to merit the patronage I .. f -. .:. ; ,
by fain
and the Public >t : 'and'itf'
generally. ft i y I'> Also/ numerous ceriificates from men o'tth-e I
in beautiful clear type on flue which shall be bestowed them shall be difficulties fand
a upon
ish steamers, received having: .
Goods consigned to their care will be to the I kD01rn'cuehlrt,
highest respectability testifying grat'efficacy
white p pernf1 arc faithful copies ofthc origi- without regard to toil or expense.' ? and forwarded'with, despatch jf ;medicine'J>a >.effccteU great, r"
? of medicine/ can be seen on appli- 1 l1.i.j '
nals Blackwood's Magazine being an exact fac- BUFFINGTON & COX. 'hearing i recomniendea
Their Store Ofiice and Warehouse situa- ion "
'cation to .. .
edition.In Jacksonville Oct. 6 1849. tf.. ; MA 1
imile of the Edinburgh ted convenient the,Wharf. described.,1_ o bf aineda'loWe ofSfe
the views The Charleston and the 'Savannah T. Q.,HOLIES;& CO., '
V these periodicals are tI. Mercury, Palatka St.John's River E. F. .January S of Sarsnt M1T rind followed thjJ j

moderately, though cJe rly.-anti firmly expressed Georgian will please copy the above 1849.; ly, ,, S .., Agents for Jacksonville? and .Vicinity",, gave me.. In a'*hort'period it nnIot d ,.
in -Tory until forbid. .Jacksonville,Feb. 24, 1849.! 6m
pirties England
of the three great pnntB'and'repr: !
: *
'. o.lIealth..I RZ
11 : 1.
EEecCiVCcl per Brig Egyptian, -
Whig, and tiica.l1ackwood" and the Just gratemu1, for.tb. bene1its. she
"London Quarterly' are Tory; the "Edinburgh Noti e. h from New York, a choice!. supply DR. T0WNSEND'S'CO3lPOUrcD., : EXTRACTSAIISAPAUI pleasure in:thusmenUing1ttomnbli acknowledgi_.r'ceiJ
and the "Westminster Review" provisions, consisting of 1-- "' ." lfa ;... .
Review" Whig; .weeks after, date I shall apply to the LIA. .- \ f .

Liberal. The "North British Review owcs its SIX lIon. Judge of Probate of Hillsborough Flour, Bacon, .Pork, Hams, :Biit- This Extract 15 put \np in. quart laltles -.liis M. D. MOORE; 5or. of Grand''ldf *

establishment Scotland to the bst and.great is not ecclesiastical ultra in its county, for letters of Administration on the Es- ter, Lard, Cheese, Sugar, .Coffee, six times cheaper, pleasanterrnn; warranted'superiorto -' AIQan) A"g.-184..1 '. r
movement ia ate of George. S. Payne, late of said county, ; any sold., It cures,'diseases without ,'fO M9TH.fJ S..A .D.lJI RIEDLil
views one of the grand departments: of deed. JOHN .Drier Apples Peaches &c. &c. 4'I
.on any it originally edited by DARLING.. vomiting,purging,sickening or debilitating the patient I This Extra t.o s p .i s betD '

tuman knowledge and;now was since his death is con- Tampa, Fla., mar 16,50. Also; ,and is particularly adapted,for a Ty prepare in reference r .pbml.1ftI
Chalmers '
associated Hay Oil Paint i Oil White FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE'. No {emalelohas, reason toproaOhinth'atbnItiIperIod PP08 .
d by his son-in-law, Dr. Hanna Law Notice. Lamp The 'great beauty and superiority of this'Sar' ttI t e l'
with_ Sir_ David Brewster. Its literary character *
: is of: the very highest order. The "West- I\ JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. Lead, Glass' &c>, #call saparilla over all other remedied is, it:eradicates should neglectto Uk' itjliAiiiSS; i iventjye .

minster" though flitted under that title only, i 1AYING left the State California, I of which is offered for. sale, at the lowest disease, it invigorates the for any ofthe: numwcus sI1 Lox ,

is pub.Uskel, in England rep union the title of the rL have transferred my business to Col. cash prices, by .: ,. ,body, consumption cnred, ,, < diseases to, which i females are sul-- .

Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it being Sanme.l Spencer, who will, in conjunction with JOSEPH. FIKEGAN>.- 'cleanse and strengthen, time of lifet This period may le .wai' l'ir

in*fact a union of the two Reviews formerly Mr.Baker, prosecute all unfinished busine3s to ; May 18. 18;:. ,. tf ; .\ consumption can be cured, !several harsb'y'using iLis medieii .;.; i
and reprinted under sepcrate ti close. i: bronochitis) onsumption, liver complaint,' less valuable 'for those 'wao are : .

tles.published It has: therefore, the advantage by this The Militia claims in 'my charge' will t e attended VNAMA AND RICE STRAW hATs; colds coughs, catarrh, asthma,,spitting -'. f1:| Tfomanicod, asjit calculated to I St:1a

combination uniting in one work the best features to by myself, in connection 'with CoL P J1' .. of bloodj soreness in the chest, thectic by lckenjpgltbr .blocjl azj i 1gcm! 11

of both, as heretofore issued. Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Wash-; La lies' Bonnets Bonnet Trimmings S, diisb, nig1it'sweat'dif.( .'" ; system., ;1ndec."t! .1s medlClu ts Jfl'a1blj

Four copies of any or all the above work iigtonand every effort made by us jointly toP of ; ;, cult or profuse cxpectoration ,- all the dlsea8csto, which"\V neli Jl l1J)tf "
the ):3'culC them to :a successful result. I have ,Stationary every description'; and pain S It bate 'the whole'
will be sent to one address on payment of regular lti A general assortment of Boots and Shoes; 'systcin rt'n J
for three the. fourth no authority: to collect the money due on theseclaliris in the side,&c ently the natural
subscription copy fii r rccnvnl and for Bab at educed eDUllts.,1'fmnJr III
being gratis. as I have: always preferred to have whatever prices_ at the store of .. 'S '.. have and impurities ,of.the botiy-rot so far sti1tI1a

TERMS.I money may be appropriated placed in the WM. P. 'DEWEES. cnn becured. the system as to I'rd' cE\l sul'Eeq eni ,.
hands ofa local paymaster; such as the'partiesinterested S S tioc, which is the cafC':Qfmcst maJ dtf

For any one of the four Reviews do $3,00 5.00"For per a'tn may select, after, the act of their re 'April 20. .tf. Probably there never was a remedy that ha s. ;, for'femalb weanessard-dse! =>. .' .h1i1. "
For any two, ,. '
been successful in of DISEASE OF
so desperate TUB
cases SEA
three do.: 7,00"For Land. for ;ile. consumption Rfl.
any .
2S 1349. tf this it TURK
August as, ; cleanses find strengthens the AND': JROfSY.n
of the Reviews 8,00"For '
all four
:JOO :' ,; : system:and appears to 'tiealthe Ulcers'on the N=Yy?;JiiIy;22.l8.
Blackwood's( Magazine, : of Land situated in Nassau
Sclioo rooks: acres lungs, and the patients gradually regain their R. TOWSF.YD-.VOT Sir:' W iife
Reviews j.
wool and three 9,00 :
For Black Nassau and,partly near: St.
County, partly near
usual health and been'aflhiete'd. with
strengthsCURIOUS a disease of
Blackwood and four Reviews. 10.00 Towns Spoiling Book, Kirkhanvs Grammar, Mary's Rivers, b'eing a poVtion'of thb Waterman1Grant. with terrible iBfiwii j
f' CASE 'OF CONSUMPTION. a rupture for m
Payments to be mudc ik all cases in advance.CLUBBING. Blakes Rhetoric, I Clark's Grammar, The above is'heaVilt.ith 1'.rl pine the onr'fftifD'1
of the
Abbrcrombie's Ph il'hy, Chambers Drawing, land, conveniently.situated upon water courses.. There, scarcely a,day passes but there area troubled greater Vith part shortness time. le. hsttQ
breath and
Remittances and communications shouldbe Scholars Companion, do Chemistry, with the exception' of about five hundred acres number of cases of Consumption r"'po1.tcd:1curer tcring of the heart wlich'-ias : ,gtijfg
the of Dr.TownsetuPs lettf tinfi.tressiug .
always addressed, post-paid or franked; to Davies's First Lesson, I do Zoology, of heavy hammock land upon.the: St. Mary's by use S.irsaparilla. and hts :
The received betn MtSic
the publishers.LEONARD. do Schvol Arithdo., Treasury( River. The whole or any portion will be sold. following recently : II leave her ltd. The
DR. TOWNSENI Dear SirItor the lit W
'' > last lojtvrf y tj
SCOTT & CO. met ic Knowledge, for cash :
cheap Apply'ta
I and She
severe tried alnctUv}
three years.I have been afflicted with teiwdj
general j kl
do do
York Algebra Physiology
such CtECSfit] but
{ little
Gold do l Geometry Burritt's debility and nervoxig consumption of the last .Iwefit. ttln &
Entrance 34 st. Geography Jacksonville; March 17 1849 tf Lad taktn ut.tLrfeotUH< *
Lincoln's Botany, and Atlas, stage, and notexpctto ever gain my healthat f ycurV WtiKCfliein
A UJillAl 2 Mitchell Geography & Hedges Logic, all. ''After going through a. course of medicine : ?she-as entirely wHfvedbffHiEofthe ;

..-- -4 NIDtQ Atlas, Little speaker: IYv -Epoks IVciv-- Books I .under the .care of some of the.mosl distinguished heai-t, and the' rutre-. bzlzitA.<
Parkers FirstLessonsVillrd's, U. States, JUST Received and for' sale by the subscri regular'pbysicfang and members of the tire1ydippeard.. '11 f**'fcfct-,' "L.'.;

ALLEY BILLIARD I do ScliolPhjIoChamber's Geology} Board'of Health in 'New York and elsewhere, Sht' ltas hhio )iad tlie.dropsyfi jPtr
ophy, P.rker's Rhet Reader THE CRATER or YULCA '$ PIt\1\. and spending the most of my earnings in attempting ninch swollen._ We bad .no)idea,, U_ e f;
SALOON &c. A Tale the Pacific, J. Fennimore Co I be so benaHtidfas ebe J l-.ad '
of by ptr. to regain my bl'1l1fh, and after reading fenco'a: io{ucua
anl of French School Books :
a variety For sale V Price SO cents.' in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved t of disense's.t!Bul it hs?flt strn !t'its ii irijr ij-

by ,. TilE RAID OF GOMF-25 cents. .to tryit. After! using six bottles I found it I pear, relieved her of tile droJI. JcBijiBt

SUBSCRIBER has just opened. on BAY A. \. REED. TIlE FATAL T3RRQIV : .I done me great"good, antI called to see yon at that ..ibisstntfpcr.t.i3 strange, as to pe;
THE North side, one door from the Jasksonville; Feb. 2, 1850. tf :fr By tho Countess. Blessing ton.-25 cents. I office with ad .almost fikc etion. ut it is.
-_ .._,_.,_-. r-r .--i ir- -- !-- -Jfc. | your ;; your vice I kept on/and do I R nevcrtheJekz,
corner 'of LIBERTY street, a RESTAURANT, THE PRAIRIE GUIDE, i, most heartily thank you for your advice.. I persevere ''reality': Your Sarsaparflla' is ceitiiiily a is r!

BOWLING ALLEV, and BILLIARD SALOON.The NOTICE. A Tale of the Mezicin War,-35 cent .: in taking the Sarsaparilla,and haretep '''uable medicine, and should te ttsed plrfi :

establisninent bas been fitted up entirely "ff.i E have appointed( T. 0.HOLMES our Gen- THE VIRGIN} THE SUN.A I able attend to my usual labors for the last one that is;;suffering as,we Save teen.; If L!

new, and is open for the reception of visiatosr V 7 eral Agent and Attorney, to settle ,any Romance'of the last Revolution tn Pertt.: _' [cts. four months, and I hope by the blessings of God, disbelieve this account, they Are./tli !tJ1

the usual hours. and all business the name of Palmer&F rris. CHARLES DeWAAL. and your S Sarsaparilla .ontinu my. he:1.1th.It call) at my. 'house an4 l have ocuIrdtmetnthYou .
The Bi r To collect; and receive all debts'due the firm of Jacksonville Sep. 1, 1S49. tf 1 ; helped mc.bey ndtheexpectationofull that rs, QsptfulJy *i 'V ?" !

HAS been supplied with the choicest liquors Palmer & Ferris, by Bond- In.tg3gNote 4, I knew my case.. CHARLES QUIMBYJ; ; 'WILLlMtI. TOITEEB; tJimH '
and beverages to suit every palate will otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased. : :,, Orange,Essex Co.N.J, Angj 2,1 847. ,- ,, .\ ", '.
The delicacies of ( Jacfcsonyiilc. :, Fcriialc: Thstitiitc. I
be prepared with despatch. All persons having demands against' Palmer' Slate of Nen Jersey,Etsex County'ss.-Chas., .5" t -*- DY:8PltP.: '- r'i "

the season will be Venison at all times Steaks supplied&c. 'served:--Oysters at & Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased, will pre-. THE Committee of ,Direct.ion'have; adopted Quimby being duly sworn_ according to.'Jaon', N.'B. ,wrctasenone. 'J .c 1s\Teiershathide'

Partridges, sent thp same to T- 0. Holmes for payment, and following! regulation. his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is the Bottle >coajp'lete" 'I/btt

all.hours, and on the shortest notice. oil persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da Thi scholastic, year is to consist,of four terms. true;according. the best of his knowledge ana the written !ignathr ;'ofS.I 1'OWNSDD. .

The Biliard Tnblc rius Ferris,nrc requested to call on T. Holmes .of, eleven weeks each. ; belief. CHAS. 'QUIMBY. Principal Office,'126 Fullon-tS;

HAS been imported expressly for the House for settlement and make payment. Orthography.reading,writing and ,arlll me Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange,. N.T.J;,Redding & co.8 State-st. Bosto'j,

; is of the most beautiful construe SARAH P. FERRIS 0 tic per term, $4,00. The above with ,English the 2d August, 1847. ,CYRUS BALDWIN & Sons, 132,North Second:*, PLiladeJpliii; !

tion, with air and India rubber cushions. Adm'x. D.FERRIS dec. grammar and Geography, per term'S5.00, The, Justice of thePeace! S. Hance, druggist.Baltiniore; )E o|,& f
Tlic.BowlimtPinii and I2nlU.ARE DAVID PALMER. above with the higher branches of an English S Richmond ; Pi M. CoLen'. CaarlestoajiTng

also just from the workman, and every sn\"i1Ie.Jan. 1st 1850. tf education.embracinjrAlscbra.Geometrv.Historv.; TWO 'CHILDREN'SAVED'-! &co. 151 (;hartre .6t.-New; rr !'lMP-".
for the entertainment; andcomfort natural,,mental,and mural Philospliy, Pearl-st; B ; .
iJ : Botany Very few families indeed-in- fact we have Albany;; ; Van Buckir::mu

of guests has been provided. MAGNIFICENT .LOTTEtYL ,Chemistry, QeologyAstronorny, lUieQric,LogiCi not, heard ;6f one-that, used .DrfiToTrnsend's Market f.and',Broad-sis.Jfewaj>,- f.J> .

J I cordially invite the public to call at 'and Evidences of ChristIanity,.pel"/tcrm S6tOO! Sarsaparilla in time lost any ClUdICD"the. past principal i L Druggists and". l 1rchantj! eathrpugn'otirthe 'r.'

f' this#Establishment, assuring them .that I shall I I One grand Capital of Each quarter to be paid,to the,Treasurer. in ad, summer, while those that did'notsicl ned and' United' 'States Wesi xoidi r..s iMBEtaf ,,

i., pare no effort to contribute to theit recreation I :9 lOOOOO-uLsoSOOQo$3oooo$2ooO0 vance.1 died. The certificate we publish below is coni the Ca ,adas S S ; '' A. ; ..
I GEORGE SKIFF And 230 prizes $2,000.. The scholars will beun 1'erthc caref l llb rnc- elusive evidence of its value, anOs pn Jy noth.. ) 1 : Jaekibnvill] ,

1; Jacksonville,February ,1C 1849. 'ly VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, tion: oran experienced female teacher.: er instanceof its saving the Ims'of children : ebt.\1nry:2f1,31848,;.
For the benefit .of Jlonongalia Academy, \ ,Provision., has .been. ma/Ie,'for instruction.. .. .in. :: DEvffowNSEND Dean &r.: -I: ha4! 1V.Qj'qhil-: GCIODS *AT KJEDUCES
Painting andDrawii PBIt
; 'jcIMoNVII. B Class D, for 1850. Latin. and )iu,1 II'u cured by Sarsaparilla of At.theTHE '
I your \the sumniercoinplpint JncksonviIc.Cbesip ;
$ r which'additional will be'mad !!
CHEAP STORE. To be drawn: at AlexandrIaTaon. Saturday : ; and :idysentery \ ,one was"only 15 .
r. April 27, 1850, under the superintendence The next.first, "term- commences. .on'd the Sth-ofOcf p- months ld':nd the other'3;years: They .eI' ( SSCRJBE11'Lj i1 r ft

Ie4ir&tli' Brick Cuildiuff of Comm is loners..L. qer. very much red cednnd we expected t cy.WottId' : following t1'whicbfera1at ',
BAY STKEET.. .. W. 1 M4t (THy & Co., '. Applications for mission are,to be made to. : die tboy were giycn npjby4wp. .
ttlnnnscr ; ; < } '.respectaja'phy prices 4a.cnot11aiL.tqjsytsers pa
he Committee of Direction.C91I5UTTC2.
78 number 1
lottery -13 drawn .f
ballots.SnC3 is. When he.dpctorinforttied *
: us that
SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in- !>lI> SCI1E E. pp.DlKEC rIO!.' we rous' losVi&eml we, resolved 'to trv, ', Fririted'MnsriiSiSRrom 1 : r ,lSH 8'P

TUB rm the citizens of Jacksonville and surrounding 1 jnagniScent capital of '. $100000I ; .: .> ,J.M.: DANIEL : s:dparilla; we.Vadheardsbmnch'of"britKadl yonr hla' );'d6". ?!at -' 'rff-.. ,

countrY"-th\t he has opened the above splendid prize of .- ooQOO/ i. 0, ; Dr.H.dHOLlND'. 3. little O fidenOe, therebeing so much stuff tl- \yhite/Plain and Figd dp., from -. 15* t? J
establishment with a view to sell goods at reasonablerates i do .-. / .. sojood: !, j TEEASUttEE., : _-. '. A.M.REED.', vertis d ithatis,worthless:' but; we 'are.1yerT Gbgha; .i)' i- t- .fr- : :" ,.18J' .

believing that"a nimble penny is 1 do 2,Wti, : r.l 1. WAIU thankf ijl. hatwedid, fpr.it ndaulteUy.saved, CnHOOp(the LntestSt11eJ. '.jf.lOA;
better tban slow shilling. He has receivedand \ 'do.- ; '- l OOO' ; Jacksonville v 7; '. :: the lives otb'oth'. I write'tliis that others'D v' Li n Chamberay; 'cc f'p 1 O.t'
July .t9. '
is constantly receiving, the most fashionable .1 do -. .-' '. -' ,.1t'' (. ,: be induced'touse ,
.and latest -style of Fancy and Staple Dry 30 do-, ::>< 3,000, .: ; -f : 1 1" :H'.t. \ JOHN-WILSON, J':t \ T.aHandejchefg I' ;, t iPf112toLinenDrUl ,

f Go r.1to witEngUsb. :- J50 do J(lowest 3-number prizes)' P.OOO' : PI7 IrCNOTI(1B: ,' !U ... : Myrtle.TenUeBr ,.B p :151" 4 7'J : ; ,", "II a'5; .I.3JtVpstjng ,

and American Prints; Ginghams ; C3 prizes of-, :; .' 500 THE .BOOKS ofisubscriptlon to the,.capital ,.'. :n l' ,.i.1UZf4.TIQ4SYLTLS 1 s.f O'M
Chambrays; White and Colored Muslins ; 6.1' do" : & thejAtlantic Gulf,RdIlBoad Jnm 1..ur r. SUkaiSLIsle' "' .l
4 : : 300, : unnnngs, Esq4pIlepfthe j Assistant? Tcread/GJpves ;12K.II
Embroidered Muslins; LinenLawns; .05 do '.r '-. 200 'Company, will be' opened in.the.City.6t: st. AUgustine in tne'LunahQ AysiumjJiactwell7srsIandisth'egentleman : Wm tfwrtiftttfat '' 1l1D

fiilkTissue and B ireie; L.C. Handkerchiefs 65 -- .' -r 160 at the officelof%Vin.A.Sorward, Esq.' spokerfof in'the following lUef -" '*" l'1pJ' e;"1riih[ an1.)the r*rtiM i fiBo

Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs; 4,810 do. : .- SO tnine o'clock, 4..l\I,on Tuesday the 25th'd ; : ,*fc *w&HEUHATl8Mft> .', t *>; .
Cotton Gloves; Lisle, Spun Silk and Silk dj( 27,040 do ,. -.' ., 40 of September next, and-will be continued open jf This i .;is only upofniore,, than..f ,ur housind Lted113 '. tY tf. Pi I
., ., : OJ R f Jt:
;WliitVand 'Co'rel:: Hose; I Tickets .S40;IIalves S20, .Quarters $'-' until. the wnole stock is'taken;?" : 0" 'a cnseSt o,theatii that.Dr !' )
; TOlgw/ ; JJ J ; LjrI
llalf-IIose In behalf of the i fh Hit 3
; EigU'thsSS. ,. ." ., Comraissi&ners! .j r. sapanilla. has cu *a"'Thet most severe and( _fr I 'lJdf
Browji Shirtings and Sheetings,; : Prici e of certificates'of packages} j ,S ''above' ,I. (W-v ..to ':..w. 'IJ.'YULEEr. chronic" cases'dre/ wfeekly''eradicated b'riis'extraOKlin&ryJvirtUes I, 14t3j! 1'.I D.erAlIL'D I N GfojUfJt. ?

llfeacbe'd Magmficnt Scbcrnens,. follows:' "August' -,. '25; 1849" ". ;Jt r'r* *.. '\"t/9 t, :._ tf-"j. "idd. ; ::H* d rihu> nw'i fr.BE iN ...cnntER. ''Wonl.' spc1Mlf .

:: Irish Liiens'Snk.CrVvaUj. Colored. do.j "Acertificate'of packageof 26whole'' .' :n..t "\ \*w*&' -BLApjcwpi*>)9lsiAjfi>;Septjl4_ a47rf-4'.jthis'for.thft lIf9.fl e ltnd.,t."P.'J".r&f1
able'Damaslce@; Scotch Diaper;. tickets .. -' -y ; ,; ..., '$5QO 00 ; 'v .in4iHptice lLj If.
*issaiid 'Cl1nibric'Muslins; /. .. '. Po do 126 halves 25000 THEsnbscriber wi8hes.tp.htre- bythcyear' terribly Iornine\yer8 wUIi n the i9ieuiaisn.4osdejhb1e wiIbos3o; PiiiN'Lrt.ft,1 toriJi jeeo
ifcired dp-V Striped do:> Do do SGqaar ers 125 : ; uarynext/) tree, =or. fodr 't t'titn&J! : uld iiot .af81ee j Hon of travellers; pn 'sol1ptattbtr6r"those

"VTnite;and Colored'Berjirf] Cords ; .. P? -, .do 26 t ghths' '62"$0 00 good negromen toworkin hiaste\tn;sawmill:|n! rworktIzhadtheilajver; { ostd.istrediJ1g: pntnsAndl; ( who may happen!! yiit.J,450u'dl?

"Trimmingsi'of everydescription,. ;' .- A certficate'bfa package of wholes'will enti this plllc ,tror'\Vhic. liberal wagea for the yeafc ernb11 i8.wollEtt.i i1nr ijtjdoz businesa! ;;plepsnreor.jeai| h, Jo
Coloznev French Extracts; U7 ; .tIc the holder to all over $-142'nett that' 'be1'drawn'by will be given. <\?> -n w -.:: dj H,lfl1hi; "HI! J1qUl a )l nd' anew one apd'has been recInValids "f' II
Peal 'alii rind Botie Buttons may : I,; V1)11"i &'i. : I A't cafr'be t.
; the twentyisix tickets nSra'ed JKcrein ) "-.tt.JASJD.COLEJ LJ } me more tone t."ousnnd dnl18.1'8 worth inihii1'w.ItItoiiii "

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I Mosauito Netting '* -111f .fU' -: : t ( I. ntir lf'fteli f c1j u rhr&oa.t< ?n J.d.tJ.e1 :
at -- proportIon..J ?I' Y 1 -- -. 1i"...-. H/.. .v.'J"l ...
Fringe, Gimp?;"andT2dging, 'This splendid"'scheme one -of tVe'most
'With every variety.Of1 qOpsually kept in a \ ,jever ,drawn in the United.States j and1* .etA! CQ'e.J9t qQ9Sqmpti9n-I r ) ; no Jf:11JMt .. qrours,r! ,e. fu111, .J..QI S SEWW "t'eps wi1lbeexceedini7 modcrst.c. fYr''i I
Dry.Gopd Store 'Persons.wishingto purcliage -it iaijTV'7 UQ?,thmvwd :', .ugaW. HW.'rC..t..O'-h', tr._
well worthy otthenttcnhon : 'I f '
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do well to.call aud'exonuw for themselves; al;* $. S: t.the$ *'J.1.tQng6l' .dzt'4h thfl; S Th tl'D'r. 1'flr. Jiksotrv1lU JJec.'Q2&184P : It. ;'''
.will TI ) ,prii thnt rc31( d(1l1'atlck: 1 trN:( ; d'8t.S r41aia t1iee.' ; ;
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( oa H *t1. :, 'WILLtAM* "*- *" MW" v,."P.'" tlP\YEES_* hBvlng;.on it, three',of.the'dr.nnFnumb.el J8 I 1- ; \ SW 1": 1!., 't.o,1Jj'I'.n. 3CiHBED.eti rtbest remedhr fer .Y
* : A.pr12Otb, '..f'.YY 1Q r A i.." 'r*"', ,} {. ,U Jil. $2.000P l' d ; "ia;; ( .:;, t.1: .1 >fcftP.. ."J|grftf fte. llY j A>Jji 3JdrtUtftuHfo,(>ujHi p01 Uting'1 tJ o.1UiOAdatm .1 1 tLouhndPof ; ,:1)h. 1''tFor "'.Sal '5d: Ii )tJ

,.,t }J.I.i : .; i 9 &Efi '11 .,. .\ ik : i' Orders tor ticket" ''md.. .f'ghn.rcs; "b\ .and. .,.crfljIcaof&Okas 'b't1Jfft.117'm Jc..1f1 m'i 1 17') 11 T'r7 dtJ'j5; 'k lcfPut tf .eJ! atc; .' tr'a1Mb1Qj *. ot1aad".oaJW" .
j IX'knft r, dateLI shiH.. apply*, 4.9..the.. "l n'1h'e'SLvove, tth r}'t4 l' dis I
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I 3 Un.41dgthot JoUp.Count1r5w.c >! ed.6r ifl'Avth-; or dIf JjA 1'1. .' :., 1 .0 F1CE.. ; I 'were soon :j Wi eovnt 0 t''b u" 't
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h1t1itW )U4tt jJ )4 .2J4 ;iM 1 =
FloridatfDrUttcrs: of AdmIn. the dwwjng.wjjl} ,be. .sen |roi9iralff! gftef ttw I f < "It 1 t't I f : Ld41U : if

trattea'on,the: 'ite of John S. James, late of over, tcfall who' may td r'tfckG'ts ft-ssi us, ELt\mlfp..N 'up ;t1'I./JJ oJ Ifi! f t1 :i. j.N Jr il SepC23l s.c.7P iD v." i. '
I sJ.d! County, dcceased.1 .,?*.C, t? ;./ Address :'.j'. &. C.. MAURY. Agents, tq. tynr, an imraedjate- Ccugh.v"u Cure* j SJr\U'' ows.;j rjti INrMaibMtoi': ::6ftJJ o1 iO'9 )1 tJ.J

MARG ABET .C JAMES *'* .Al'1% 1.\4'I tJTI", .A<':1' ; ,Forsale.by :A.M. ] : heastyear.eenv sick, and. In *.great 1 1 .ufi'eftl1o. lfnH .
1650. | February: 26 50. educed stale",bf Health4 a1 -.
July 6. I ,2m'. Feb.2 1.t0 'tt. ; ; reduced by -1.Pf'Jg tirWfA. .

It .. vAriety complaints such as 'malesax. I liajbd Jacksonville, lull 6.. 4' 3w. '

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