The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: January 10, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: 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: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.A-oM tM 7bla.. t't Snet. "he and.he is hereby authorized and,enjoin-. atanee&0"."tr.and sales of land were made: ;vn stamfeK xonles*the;b'eni.boind { -)Jy to a- =--F. : rt4 ''i

Claim, 'of tk.Florida"' '. Volautrer*r, ,te.1irroftc 'ed to order out the' militia under,:his .com- all pf.which'was well calroUtei to provokethe.Indians (JqprcmnientisitUin; ::
-"j" "" 'mand to repel suppress the same'aridtroops to..acts',of,'aggressron, and TKlence shall afford them* imineaiate belief:: JAnd I aj ndifierentyftenv-of.farming the best wYolkDai ,. '/i
t.dt ; : : Governor (. Florida lo the ,thus ordered i into service'shall1 l and to!endanger the safety 'and seco"ritjr f lth<,necessityth*more imperiously forced land the- will.yield! to".Ihe:3Ct 1,000 to 1,500 fa i F ,

:. Pre moftke U.it;',Statu. subjcct to and''JOV med by the ..rules and of,.the;;frontier-JehlememX which thUnitedt upon me.to nrge.this'subject the atten; of NaJ: a bale o? cotton' **either Upland acteristic independence oa 9 TIvery. I.rad .i-c .

':' .: "articles of war of the .Government.'the States:'Government,was1' bbuod *.Jo bon of Congress, as,..by the system upon .of or and Sea ;from 30 to 40 boshela of corn; Its former editor.! :.:Iei'or '
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,'* Tallahassee,Xov. 29, J8 9. "the*-.pay-- *and. -emoluments., -* of the same.i --while- ment.repeatedlyurged ,thec6nsiderati6ri; :winot]! : be a Sessi zi'.if 'the'representativesof I by [ pJantine Tobacco crop may constitute Ccpertwb 'j 6

To IDs Excellency Gen Z.X.1YLOR ***o Thcfe in servjce.are' believed'to" be just 'demands,_: this state,"hat of things its compfalnts upon the and1 General remonstrahees ",G6yerrinient -- cit the more people ably for Tindicate a year yet th'.to;,com*,who crop propei; .:VVith, nearly almost.a fBllcroj eutirely>.of Jan..corn"extra,,and _erl,'tnnsf- ?M '.lt' ('

r'I President of thtUa.ted: State* .tights,of.theiimmiztecnthutsthaI eane. or two thirds. .
which I consider itmy duty to.urge upon the were not:rded.And'since,the for a crop of com and cot eowage4bt. .,1tt
from'returns made to the can hope to do. ton < .
Sir-of It the appears Quartermaster eneral of this attention Confess and .1 .engage in the mation of the State;Government, not a yea _I trust.thatjyourNExcellency, impressed with Safely, a fullcrop this should of tobacco may; be planted?! an:!'the' IIl11te;, .:Q4'; WiJ, : '

office State that the< following! companies of vol. performance of this duty the more cheerfully1and has passed that.these, subjects'have 'not been) a sense of: ilar importance.and-justice; :will] : attract satisfy.:hitfier theiorptanterand thousands" who the 'which is so, rare baa&P.. '.W.:t.t.1J
confidently from the persuasion7 that : pressed the strongest terms the con.sideratioh'of'the1 make'\his "communication the of '
into servic on the Indian upon .subject atpetial wish some xtractt ;tru.:
unteersnre'called ? your Excellency understands all the circumstances -] President"of 'the' United ( to toprosperby.;agrieultnre But to the : ;. .... s f6J1t'ft
\ frontier in this: State, by the order of message Congress at an.early :day subject,; and before "'' .
{ answeringy9ur first inqaryl They t
in continuance of States of the : .k cO
relation to the this., and upon Congress, by tbrGovernOfof :OD. "* ,-
my predecessor Indian, GOT.disturbances Moseley, ,on:the occasion remnant of the Seminole tribe of Indians in I' .this,State and by resolutions, the General IWIth 'assurances '"Of'mfhigh respect and 1 St. On'willeinark.7 the selection of. Tobacco/ and for the life :f' ,.D ; : ,
of Groand.
recent .
Fishers Florida, and the obligation'on', the. part of Assembly.. .At the first session of the consideration; I, 'am' your'most obedient ,- tIt' is the of / they should. fiH J4., :
From lite Cnuntij of i. many sensible planters, ..'...
: the Federal Government to them tinder .
keep GenerarAssemWy early rYaDt.THO'.BROWN. P : .
Company of mounted,men, mu;cced in 30th as thfto .lulj, that the .quality the.land is what gvs.toourtobaccoj .UM .- .jl "i.
proper restraint and control-which places 1845; a preamble arid resolutions were unaniraously t& f \
of infantry > -' i its beautiful ."The hatred of i' .
Johnson's ,spotted ft aa'the
Ctitapanv .
July. 'Capt. them in a position, in regard to the State of i adoptedurging upon the-.President ,. -,. ,. .Wjllt.JDEPIRTMBST, others appearance; Sotrter' J -
mastered'in 4th Ansrust- are of opinion that planting it 'at the tiooist ia,viewed with i ftoVrwrjle hr <
From the County of Aladiwt.-Capt. Dill's Florida, differing from.the relation.pf any and .npon:Congress,'the unprotected condition t ,Washington, .;. December' 14,18491SIR : proper season is the'au5e'of this variegation; of theNorth! ,and they talVaMalfdiewuwigthe : ,.
of the other tribes of Indians in regard to of the frontier, settlements and their f .
r Yours of the 2Mb'ultimo whilst some attribute it i '
Company of mounted men mastered in 2nd ?addressed alone the seed 'or i question with the Sutfiii a'calttaal :
the other States of this Union will claims IndTanv' '
and for'losses'sustained by' depredations. Jo the PrmdeothaS'been i bmiued"to' species.. .All *he.causs and ho impartial ?
August. this may doubt I manflefe, Suppn pifate&o; f .
Fro:1 t\t County of DttroJ.: -Capf. Led- cordially COOperatevith; me pressing P oj;>- They say "we'regard itaineo Department for an answer.bits .". .-. do have something todd.with'lhe spotting meet a vessel at seaaai::&sk .to '."On r
on Congress the necessity, on principles of "the earliest and most important of the duties main the leaf the board .
'with's of mounted men mustered purpose is:to: invoke the aid of ; most important a the species. and discuss the qfcsstibo witli he cap* ':
company Ai ust. humanity and justice, .making some immediate *"devolved upon them' as an independent.Tnemberof \ having !the State ,of Flpri-. The.climate and p peculiarity the soil have' tin, whether he' or his. lire* bad the .beat "
in.7th ? : provision_fortbe.eobjecs. the Unlon, to c Il1b auention mfied f rhe exeisesncurre-iby no doudt! brought about the spotted species oftobacco. right to bis ship .and 1f *tfaf ::.
Colunbfo. 8appcs
"from tieCourjy nf CaptainKnight's By the treaty of Payne's ; conclu-, "of Congress to the.losses sustained .by 'the the threatened .
Landing .Incursions 'the Then the
Indians should boat
of mounted muster- pf ; p nti1gthe ,right sort, of pirate keep his alongside aaii* _
company mp Id! 9 May, 1832 it was stipulated lhatj "inhabitants-during the late cruel and dej- evinced I
their seed
the Insist
by acts violence on.
vl in 7th August. Captj3CUisvCompany! of .. 'and outrage proper quality sop, at the prc i on"talking to the jrrew;about 4uf4rtid->{ .:
; Semin'ole InJians the Seminole war their claims
the "olating
relinquish to -tg just ommitted.' the per"season of ual r
dtIring the/yearl
past summer on will jnostassuredly: rights'opopy.; d ttfoa-'iSseuiOig*.
''mounted men, mustered m August. United States all cliim to the lands at "for indemnification from the Government : -
they Indian the
'.River and Pease Creek. Without give best results. In the first place; the the .IiUestiOd\a\ and; .calmJjrj"wotid: .
from the County of llilMmrouz'Caflt.luk's tpreent in the Territory of Florida "for these losses." And Gov. Moseley"inhis land J selected for tobacco Northern ; ,
rr.usitered in but : occupy assntsng entirety to !the 'inferences of your should be fresh i or captain.ltstene; >.curb, diseosttOoor .
company were not horses, "and agree to *mlgrate to the. country assigned Message to the General Assembly)inNovemhei Excellency, ded11cedfrom'the past events, new gronnd should, be of .a..1 loose. sandy ,would! be throw twenty-four ,poaftdtr %'' .
drew forage and provisions: for: to the Creeks west of the Slissisippi I 845, says: "The Government oi that have 'occurred in Florida or admitting character,and not subject to.spout or ,.drown; into the boat'and sink it'ahr' once?. *. --5s** '(

and men. information ".* river," and that they uwill remove m'three the United States is surely bound by every the necessity of the action of your 'predecessor -gentle slope that is"with' the''capaClty to t With these ;views aot feefiags w it'gafr. \ .
Having received satisfactory i after the ratification of this consideration of justice and humanity to ; drain itself.. .
years n'calling forth this'volunteer force, stillit Either amulattoorgya soil,- prising'tItafth'Southt n,%bertof Coft ; .
from the Secretary of WAr atd: from the 'agreement." Therefore their removal, by make early provision for the.I losses sustained] i"considered thatl there were probably it matters .not i how rich. Fresh cut.down gress should resist any movement tending to .1 Y 4'

commanding General: in Florida that a sufficient the provisions of that treaty, should have by this unfortunate portion of our citizens. grot ods of apprehension, which may have hammock, or cut down the previous winter, wardsT the qnestibri' .. Tbey.ali '
force of United Slates troops had been been accomplished by the month of 'May, The policy of the Federal Government i in reqtired that the Executive of Florida should and not burnt off till pantingthne! is'the best t actingonly on'. the defeasfrerTheirla ..eguage

ordered to the frontier of Florida! anl were 1335. But some ullyoccarring in regard -J. heretofore permitting this tribe of Indians J to han interposed a.'military force for the pro- though well cow-penned pine .land, fresh, is to usisplain and t''tljfcpoint"' ""Ltr* ,

in the field for th, defence of the settlements to their removal, Gen. Clinch agreed to remain in our Territorial limits, not 'only in tectbn of frontier.-- Therefore, in accordance bn\ little, inferior to 'the'.. best hammock. rs ALO E." Tbey.a t. tK buig :.more they

and the protection; of itinluvbUits, and I a postponement! until the month of November violation of the treaty of Payne's Landing, to the views of the President am di- The fresh hammock, 'or that which,the In- do not meddle with ns, they, aYe.no disposi. rfr .t

. that tb; Sate: ,(!IJ:: \\'ou.111Jt: be mus- of that year, and, finaly: they refused to ratified more than ten years ago but "in trie r ct.d to say. that at an early"day he will diane had never cultivated is better;.perhaps tioh to interfere with any of 011"'irl. ;If,; l

lerel into the Unite S.atw' semce.' I issued comply with the provisions: of the treaty and face of subsequent engagements solemnly invfenhe attention of Congress to this subject than Indian old field fresh cut down:the land we rantsLevycan have t if wetdot \

my Genera! Order of the first of'October, directing I the war ensued and continued under various renewed, and treacherously violated on their ,and recommend that reasonable appropriation having on it the red bay,born beam,'dogwood want 'it:we 'can do"whhoatit| /: ";Weinay' .

them to be angered out
service, copes of which I tmi.: -:nitte.l to the !; peojile! of-FloriJa/uiuil the pacification .entered and cruelty, is a subject to which my the State of Florida -for necessary expendttnret -I though old land of a good quality-well cut-! them; we may support all ,c Tir_poor by' .

Secretary of War at Washington, and to the into by General Worth, in 1842. It attention has not unfrequently been called made for the military defence .of. the I tinted the previous year, with a little'"man- eosntyjax or put them .ia a workhouse and

General commanding at Tampa .:"\. I should be taken into consideration that, in since your last adjournment. It is to me a fronter, since the outbreaks to which I have ured would produce an, abundant crop of make them support themselves I .xi Southerner .
It will be seeii that t thsse troops were ordered all these arrangements, the people of Florida source of unfeigned regret that the policy of alludsd. excellent quality. will meddle with ui"or say thy do you-fla

into service by GJV. Mosctey, immediately -I I had no voice or agency! although the party the government in regard'to the emigration of Preliminary to this Message of the President this, or yon ought to do.that. |t\ibaten.we.-

oa the intelligence reaching the Capi- mot deeply interested iu their consequences the Indians, prompted as the measure was arid necessary for the information of American Tea..Greenvillp. do is our own business right or wrong in theft \, .

tol of the Slate: of th; murders committed 0:1: j and results. Living under a territorial form not only by dictates htHI\\n ity.to,the pecj- t Cor press, in respect to the. amount which "_ -Ja.r .e- ..- .. _..- frAf VW iflKrrjtinr*ihasr-ti-aieJtall > *' __ .

some of our fellow-citizens: at their! hone., zocsrnmcnti, they could look only to the pie, but as an act of justice. thoolJ.not have msJ appropriated, I request that you will ( Smith.! dat..J at S.., C. and and can understand the pbttcjrand morality .
whilst in the peaceable! pur-nit of their ac- United States for l protection: and J ustice.- been carried out m regard to the Samin;'*;' forward itc'imister and pay rous (of'copies published in the New York Journal of Commerce of it as well"as they can ;tefl|as.:? NoW'-_.'. .

cus'omeJ occupat'pn*, by
Indians at Indian, Rivr ntha 13th, and which result A.- w... mj ana destructive ley, in a letter to President Polkf complains! as your Excellency may give of being able to compete successfully with we extend a little charityj.toarards 1bem!-- 1'

at Pease Creek on th 17th (,July last: anil i war, long to ba remembered by the settlers of the hostile disposition of the Indians, and direct to be given. the Chinese, in the caltivation'of Tea... Dr. Can't we suppose that they ktow eometMt
upon the urgent call anI aJrice "of some of I and purchasers of the public lands in florida the defenceless situation of the frontier settlernen -1 Within the scope of information that has isralth giveS ari account of. his first experiment of their own matters thatthejf are powsse4r .

the most intelligent, observing: and reliable! was a measure of the general government Again, in 1846 and 1847, the j I reached this Department, there, is the hope, and says, that his: expectations are of some moral principle and! understand t1w* .

men in the Eastern and iuthtrn portions of : dictated as veil by considerations of subject of the removal of the Indians, and hat tie Indians will consent peaceably to fully realized. u He at.first," says the..BaU right and wrong of questions as well as wel 3 .

this State-men well aei uainVel with Indian pecuniary benefits, as of general policy, by remuneration of our citizens for losses sustained emigrate from Florida-an object of great timore American, "limited himself to one In other words can't we isrr Tual 11012 T .

character and habit,, and who considered the emigration which the removal of the Indians is strongly urged upon the President concern not only to the authorities of Florida acre, and having obtained satisfactory results Can't we let them alojje!'"Yes and'we r? -.

thee acts of out rata<5 indicating a from Florida was calculated to encourage and Congress by the Governor, and by resolutions but also to those of the Federal Govern- from this, his plantation was enlarged, rnarf too. The South hasiborpe'a great deal11'' .

spirit of determipeJ hostility which l'ouIJeoon and consequently the damand which it of the General Assembly. And in ment. I have the honor to be, and he now state that he.expects next from the North; it has seep os"coining gradV'-;'I .

manifest itself in a general destructionof i. would create for, and the enhanced value 1848, the Governor in his message to the Your Excellency's Spring to plant out forty acres. The plantswere ally' nearer and nearer ijntil: we: areaow i

the lives and property ot our citizens upon | which would give to the lands of the United General Assembly presses this subject with Most ob'U servant originally brought from China, and as knocking at the door,'bt we "cant"\ comtf; 'l,

the whole line of our exposed and defence-
less frontier, and would soon extend to the j I to these pioneers and! purchasers of the public and says: "To obtain a speedy as well as Secretary of War. cold, drought, and disease, to comparativelya through the fence and -tell them :bow thy>t t

more densely populated settlements, and i domain in the wilderness an important "peaceable removal of this remnant of that His Excelleney.TnojiAS BROWS, small number Dr. Smith has been very ought to manage-thehr cjmi| bosmess."

thai rreal and irreparable injury: would be I r consideration in the contract which they had "once powerful tribe, is doubtless the ani- Governor &c. &C. TaUaha. careful of them,and would not part .with a many rows they bnebt'to "e i'and:1-'

dene, unless the most j,nxiij;'t and efficient and have light to call upon the geeralgovernment ":ou5 desire of the. people of this State."Any .-. single seed. Now however,.that he has his i tber'd wives andugiterssha] .:andpt ,

measures were taken by tie authorities of I j' in gooJ faith .nJjustice to tulfil. measure, however, which snail be From the Ocala Argus. plantation into full seed bearing be trusts behave* bnt when' we a .'to-pot GU'' .

this State to place! upon the frontier a sumJ And the cessation of hostilities and temporary "adopted. with a view of inducing the Indians that heshallultirnaxelybeenabIeto extend bands upon their pwpw.- ad"at ,. .

cieiit force to repel the incursion: ;',of the.; ma- 1 arrangeiuant \' : was male,by General to emigrate, may terminate in war, Florida Tobaec. his operations so as to supply demands; and opposition that w not so <, i riercoaae-" 1

rauding savages and keen tlJ61t1 in check: Worth for the Indians remaining in l Florida tand hence, before any steps'are taken to- I he offers; if a half acre of suitable land i be In short we shall have to 1Ourma" .
until the Government of the United States was likewise done for the benefit and conve- "wards negotiation a large and efficient mil Many queries !having been propounded to provided on Long IsanJ! to.stock ,it'with XE't -it J i}, : '

could order into this Slate,in I I.an the expoNd jilence of .the. general government, withoutconsulbn Ktary f'rcei'buuhlnoon, the line I IKUvidlag u this, office W both verbal and otherwise, relaiiiiercMuinu -I tea plants) and.test 4he praeticabiliiy of. its &sros 4.ne'i .
hiu-settlements and tnejn-j TJI.
much Tin
and unprotected Indian! frontier of Florida ; the:Intere t tnerp-eoptij uf"'Ytor- ih MT And should the General t1..Tb"o.vci.il .....wv.uu and .. fl vf7 i ?>'..nyiif7.tg.s; e neralltoo 4 .
reservation. .
a military force sufficient to insure the i-la. For it will not be contended that the not-immediately attend to our as staple commodity & ::,'\ .,were 'l led 'to severe for the plants.''He cites the, fact innner eyweuce-'agzmsi vpy n enBsouv-' :. '. .. .

safety and protection of the border settle- United States hail not the power to compelthe Government for their removal, it is believed believe that if we could "enlist in :ite services' of his having;In his garden;a green'tea plant Albany! _Evening Journal,:and" I sayft :;: ; .

: ments. tr/iofc of the Seminole Indians to comply "request"such force is now. demanded to restrain a friend to 'cultivation. or"a" '.gentleman! which was planted outlastJecemher, from !jDrl Webster. has been eogased'dorin-' hti. 'f '.4i.pnaonment .. .
So sudden and unexpectsl. 'were these I with their part of the treaty of Payne's "the Indians a within.tbeii prescribed botinda- who bad the agricultural interest 'of ,cur the'case in which it was; Imported? and' although in writing ajjiefaice, in'xihe '

outbreaks occurring within a. few days of i Landing. and from acts of violence, and to afford State at heart, (and whose knowledge and weakened by= the voyage and heat of .states.all)his business.dealiBr wi&Jr f. .' '. .
each other, at very distant jtoiuts! on the At- '! The lion. John C. Spencer, Secretary of "ry, the alarms of citizens, and se- opportunities would bear with if weight and packing, and never, covered nor:protected In Parkman op"to'the time oi tbe afiegder. &ar ", ';. '

lantic and the Gulf, thai general panic was War, i in a letter to Maj. Gen. Scott, dated "quiet to their oar So'that it can respect) that we \"ouIJ.not. only fulfil bur any way it stood the severe cold of February Ja_this statement .h tfot.V not att $

create-L The \people! were,liy*'g inmi their: II lOlh Miy, 1842, says: ".!xi"uS' to curtail'1 "curity be clearly to and conclusively property. shown that the duty to the public, but that we would 'also last with the thermometer at zero..-The : toT controvert' the reumtanesconiectetIJ:' ;' ," -

b.otnes to hastily thro\v.i-aj defence*, or escaping -I, "the utra'nIinarJxpen : incident to the of Florida have at all times looked to confer a general benefit'on our cc.mmunitYiand leaves which remained 'after transportation with,th ::discovery:bf th4betca; : 1l

a* best they cmM ruoa jibs impendin -I I -warfare anl sincerely desirous of promo- the people General Government as bound to effect those who may become citizens, among dropped oft hut the branches and the twigs, the broad CTound of a constraer to fix npoo .:; ..

danzcr. The inblba.a'C: of o.ie settlement "ting peace the President directs that Col.: the removal of the Seminole Indians agreeably us by and by.: ; ten to fourteen inches long were uninjured, him the odium ota'deed.' fur the purpose tj. &

including men, vrom: n, nil! children. "Worth be authorized, as soon as he shall to the provisions of the treaty ofPayne's In glan ing around, among the friends of and came out in April, ,inLe leaf. ,The.experiment obtaining' tberenrd -offered,.feeteviufcthatj. "
who had the a 1 vantage ot ettcajHuig by water "Jeem it expedient to declare! that hostilities Lauding, which completed the negotiation -: the cause, there was none more competent I of tea growing in our country is an the remnants of a_ body f UB was noitbe- -

reached the city of St. Au.itiae in the ,3.n"t;: ths Indians have ceased, and that and the subsequent treaty of Fort [. for the work thau,' Maj. L. C. ,GAIMES; we interesting one,"and it is to be hoped that the body of,Dr. Parkman, bntanotber bbdjr.iJK. .

most distress! ;al.1 pitiable, conation, which the/ will not be renewed unless provoked"by Gadsden,for their removal and to furnish a 'therefore fearfully addressed him upon the result will justify the anticipations indulged. vPwoosJ'I'p1aced by"other., kapds where. :-h,: .

called forth the casnraistrratio1; iuf the citizens -I I new aggressions on their part. But it is force sufficient for the protection of the subject, and were much pleased to find that Remembering the history ,of cottor.-m wing -? was found. Such,we.leanvfillbe.one de.5the'poinfs '

in a general town meti n;-.'.aTi I aUer a I deemed advisable! that a force equal to at frontier settlements, and to keep the Indians his valuable services were at our disposal.The .- now.the"great.product'of.the South, we takenbybsneUihii r : .
fall investigation, had bfixethc, Unite 1 : "'leastera regiments be retained to form subjection until that should be articles from his observation and pen should hesitate to' pronounce the attempt fence... t'i .3' -| .v-i>

States Judge for the Northern \ District: of "cordon or line of protection for the frontleT"sdten under proper But cannot believe that it will no doubt te invaluable: as such we feel I. chimerical in advance. In a, pamphlet-- Th families of Dr. F.katan and friend.Dr. '

Florida, it was determined to cl/mmuriicate: nt*. The action of Congress will will accomplished.ben cessaryfor: me, to accumulate authorities proud that they wII'be taken, and will not lished Jn 1848, on the subject,-of :Tea,. Dr.Smith'iestiraafe3 Webster have everbttmiomtb; nost -

the facts and call upon the Kxorjitivc$ : of the ''b; i vite-l to aid in the defence of the,Territorf : and arguments 'to: establish these j only give a warm impetus'to the'encourage- ha.t1547pouad. may;be lyterms, receiving! a&cbapgigc1scoo41etajitir .

State for a force \;uich wouU uUarc immediate by the settlemsnt of our citizens The Government ,of the United [jnent of a prolific commodity, but will-en-: groVDip!! an.acre, and that at 'this rate. .bat as)regards :tbtjD6 T1. dtJmg1: ,
and :Webstes4ere
protection.to thu espoosJ lini defence there, and offering to them inducements for points.States admits them. The removal of the [tian e the value of industry and,trad? in our would require'only 20,1 acres,to supply between the'deceased ze1aiyciueeo; ,

less frontier. i. I I IJuJ "such settlements! by gratuities of land, by Indians from Florida. has merely been sris- flowery and genial Slate... ._ _._., the total consumption in the United States." axnOdoubtjindtbat ertiegre% ,
-- c1i1UcQ1 Iybetween
e Bronso.i say in a )letfcr 'tp Governor I"allowing them rations for subsistence, ana. ot (M-m government [These article will appear in UCC BI:' .*-- r- serious a '
; pended, to suit the convenience 'tbeir length corresponding 'Gcoicu..FiiiNCEs.-A.bill has .been inv out ,of :the proverbial pqJcfi&aty.. 0I..pr".
}1O.5eley.I.ll this seemi to uj it beyond ';by the loan of arms." abandoned and the most ener. I numbers of the A1'gtt!/ I '
question that"ths! ris'n; !b I Ig{jjiprri!, and that And accordingly, br a General Order dated .never 1 am ;assured, are now in to the size of the sheet. Maji G.. troduced into,the State Legislature of Georgia Parkman ana want".of plttHeac, ,
arguments Stiebi" ebsttr. J
1842": "It 15'herhy getic 1 has them, .,\ opine no difficulty amending the;tax bill.of-.Jthe': thought in Dr. \X .
all the Inliais ire en.-i: 'Q ,KI the hostilitiesjjioce 1 CeJar Keys, 14th,August\ their i immediate removal. Andas so arranged, ; occuireBCeMrs.Parkman' .
progressfov eent this
the moat vigorous an I ronpt; measures announced that hostilities with the" it regards protection to the settlements! ,the I .will be. met with on theirOn p1LI.d. l I bying tax'\oi manufacture?, : fifty: ,per whether,; ; oppAalJ it.:'be oithe.Locn,1beAnvi1 Since basseveraf traiesj* ] tii''tettet?4>f $

seem necessary. How lArge a force -J adiaas: within this, Territory have ceased. authorities" the Government at Washing-1 stuJy.] ., .0 articlemsof i the, .:,the Soil,, r end..cbipto'rfrs'VebaterU'CambndjreTin"hkb t m:
nonld be called oat, i is a point :"whleh: do 'Fb! Unds thus tenporanly'ag51' fd ,as'jheir ton bad full official information of their| : .SnteottIa. iThitedStates. 'without inth&laserWaThiri:3otbe R
0ti.iT.b.. :: of. anon-iaee4ofc/irtj ,
arc '
Hot fed myself competent tot eciJe; bat Iapprehen& planting'and hunting grounds, weak 'defenceless situation from their' peenJJiarpoiition .thCUItU1 ". fails* ."ietuni offers tbe band offciwlowship -
anL murderysbe
that from five hua&fre-3 to a thousand within the following boundaries&c.; "The ;1 and planned and promised ample -..1.I A'. ;. .- If Jiide; r pierchand'ise'to jtheReceiveVof and ChrirtJan ympatiy toberKsii'ter'fn !
in accordant CWnK/CJAlSES./ ; :such"a of,
men"would by no means 1>e too maiyPtd "foregoing: arrangements' are of \ protection, which; was nefti- rnished. BY IXWIS- _. .:, .1'1 any %Tax: 'Returns, he forfeits.doable, misfortnnel'poTntinjwt: :llbef path thiff
Senator Yue! patfc In a letter "with the instructions, of. the President' Worth in a letter, dated 17th November .oSered$* -
A 3fr, r .c. Gen. Gin. '- 4'' of each srticIes.AttheopeninthcJndgeI ..the"great R tefJraU' things' '
( the-iyalue: .t
Gov. on the tame occasion "ttt! United States 'All I have 'Visited Tampa, t. .sv4Ist ::i.
Mose'.ey :
jvntlen to 1843
/ says are, 01- the afflictedStrtcn .
iothrowintothefieiJ In alt these arrangemel t*, the people of but in jar- nswei'10 your *ys of each SQp riotCourt ; ; ; ,t..IJ' 1' 'SJKI'01:
"my" advice to you i is, and "except a few.of the very aged Di-AR SIR:-In i very d fed administer; ;'fiaths! ta 'attorneys;that : mt--: .1 "
at'once' a Regiment Infantry! and Florida, who were 'more immediately 'ctie.of ten or fifteen only. Their appre- tematic and sensible 'inquiriein': > regard to to W utr, a tint in farot Df.: : rot Snt."Joi"V1t trW4b' -

one Horiajiri, to "atfjrd a tflpete j covetl vitally interested in all the consequences Hiengian! under the .pursnei will"soon the culture of Florida Tobacco I;will remarkin Aeyvitt ajionjlateholdinz pros or ki$ ltOTS'ofthe'NewYork?!Coaraerciat S1 .,
which resulted from them, had no voice.- poticr'j considered desi-i experimentally, ,Ian> resident of 'that letter has Ned recerre > ,
the aetttements." of"their' wear away J- w ; the first place that, : a rwidejit thereof until the nondavcholding vejtiser learns a ; ;.t II,
'*S4ch are th? circumstaneei' indcrrtf. \vhfeli The petitions and remonstrances "rable! ,,advantage'may betaken of a fuvora- not in possession of the'knowledge requisiteto partner* State'shall''gite', l4fa'ftt in that city 'from.'J.adrJ'abe)tFaakHaMn -
.decesor called tue Sate volonteeri! TerritorialLtgiilattirt were unheeded-nor qccasion'to send off'tbe whole, ;Pre- answer'satisfactorily 'all 1'>our:'i inquiry' *Jaresfrona'Gorgur-alla'npon the re- which she asks advice and ihf ornatioft fr -

Into Aervita pr on the In Iran,frontier,'with in were stipulations of 'the' United States' tctjMtaney will occasion many and yesa'toaa' butwith'the Information ::1. have 'obtainedfrom I meal to take this oath'their rjroes.shall be the party to whom it is ad re ed U'jo e .

strnctions to thE oncers not jjenetrate in. Government ever complied with; The "twoJlegimentfteere "difficulties.! When done ,11 must bc'thor- Capt. E.D., Howe, Jlr.Samuel Quattiebum.GenUJoht : stricken .the rolls as.practising.attorneys expediency'of her eominf o er irit IbSIIeWJ "

ftOrtf e i Indian Reserve, but t 6rd protee- not retained. LVo cordon tattle- 'l aghl, anJ'effectually*
fjm to the settlements until a''4i recient force or list of'protection for tfie frontier' Vthese.'warriors remained 'maddened to 'a- .all successful 'growers of the plant' t.1 may in tbeshall bejmprisbaea for a ternf'oftwo"years.c own expense,'for the renewal fesxt''Sof .-
fL'ahe4 States troops could ;:'be;brought to mtntrwas ever established The citizens spirit of.hostility, they would iujficeto break I and flatter myself,' .mil be;able to answer to One*hundred andrfifty"' : ieiwere' the search of her lost bttsb|di:Sbe meates'.ib "

tb f' It was .expected :tat the volVnteefs -to whom- inducements had been held out, to aajTan: .cotter ,the:entire line of ncvtKtttfWar.1 the satisfaction and perhaps profit of all who ordered to' be prmtedi'iptMKrtil; : purchase i and 'eqaipmtntitxftttsmall > ;c: -
such;eeuJements, were left jtj- t the wilderness thei u'1bd--; with its culwre )ani 'who ; vessel with wVc! fbe l b4esa "It
'of ttils State; called oat under-uch form e dIDug4l.tenfolz ir .unacquainted into effect on.he_ Jirst;day, ,of2 Jan* j _. ;
eircamstances would have btea mustered .'to':which,they hal been invited by "Which, although'composed of 'bccnpante may wish to engage in it,, *: *. _. -f*.. < will go / -, ,successful'result,. be.-'\"tai cA .1. tut.J *.., '

.Jjjto the\Uni".d' Sates tzrnfy* 'But'such the Government of the United States, under "under the armeJ occupation bill,,'bave neitber .efre answering your qnestcm5: \y ver.vIU.take'tbe uary.next.This mixiogof.r Xtit: on Yahkei .no on S. whchbassOcrueUy disap "n "bit.saier' CJ' "'

.not having been tua'case, it bejjaroe'' iny daty. -' the mosT solemn assurances,of protection and weapons; riOT thdispositiOntO ''use I \ oprortuM11 ,make' aJe. with art' 'qut'awing'of'aU' YaakecVeiaioi! the command "bf&r lames, !d #UJIJ? 1IrJi1 ..',.' 0
be .i aL
UnW and provision for' their .security of ten appearing with: arms remarks regard 10 oar country and pe nnti1thenOn-save-! ..
ample >
receiving inforjutioaijhatthe hem not one w Georgia debtors- I
upon, th..platgives no TiJI r =
-un- of : REPORTED.pEl' .
States haJ a sufficient inrtfary force on defence and whose guests they were "bf. any descriptioh.tAVUn | nlir ftJvanta" the culture holding' ;Sute3.".pendi :back; ,aU, runaway L iiaO _
Jed ; 'u Couriea28th ,,
.... ;.dth, r iroetle-. Drorided forby, the side. of'jtheir. savage a over other regions as a farpiing countrY. melange ,We Lh Cbarle n .. .'
I rnntr.r. lnr.tu. mtM'fi. n L..1 the'sa facts communicated by UisrtioRuished.an'J negroes.w.a ?erycodd : ."J "Paoitt&' .
-- ----- nments land ult '
v",*.to r'r order them out of wtrice. .And it neighbOr- who but a-:short and time oeiore murderingtheir :xperiencedefficer, in, com t F I 'have yet to look lavished npon'the his''girt upon with .wonder bow much an. act>would,pperatein' ; NeuYorka&geflt: t iscbafei1'inthW! ;:

becomes equally now,iny duti ro urge' 'upon been uming,'and their children.bouses had the cordon mand, who wasiwel]. acquainted ..with'theIndians which Providenec has fo which L:wQu4\ /exchange p.. ?tic r N:" .: Crnct: .' in"ia defa 1fef:to ilie' Cdilet' l .
of the United"atestbe obligation wives of the couutry occuniei more profusion or .tlli4
the nature i1m-I tdoiW
_ -the Government and I beard axeiountot halt _
the ,
it is under, not only to mate of ,posts .erer'' been established'settlers/Mroul/.have/ at proper by the setders "underthearifled occupiition -.' this as home.,resident.I Bg .way of this county Ir lic1hllj---".': ... ". : ard'ailnotP DA.tb. liP '

'proTiJ for!the.petand: t(4i Jtf.ncx of.the points pioide-1, the in ,of danger bill," who,badSeen. induced .by the f' a very sensible sb 'had l lady written< her friend she lflbfo1Towmg- 'b';tiufit' youi4:'.s.iin. 1'11'i o IOf exaPlIl tiO tIZi.d l'l _
ratly case GoTemSent remark' t.
hcl upon the'General -. :
of '
Tolanteers! thus;, ordered,'r rendsr,into., F evee i1icn taperIocmi4uty.zd to the- or aIaIUa&d pIacat0 er ter confidence'would'have and to settle promises in the wilderness,nothing was was Willint to leave)Uji* to'50to") ,the!ad breezes'placeescapf'to that, 1,,-Cal ifornia.' '.was in. roore-dangef". .af,. ter.', .:all_'.. .apin&t'b. ,. .iwiU.. .,.. ,w 'J W : ..

-. frootler>euleii} fl>, xThieh; q'1e 'o1, been 1 iplred.. Bat in'were**retamed beywere for sadly!their 'done for their curitr.and :protection... No: Heaven.and' Gulfn.FavOfCol.the hy swnmer,. and ,(the"ihtrpdnctioQ.Ofrhite tlayra. that W' .t., :IQ thetrial rtbe'cPt !iu.hst 'i edJ't. .. .. .

*rnn>enl hai stipulated tojaslp pftp'but to deceiie1;' 'Nq tfOOVS "r scwerelt4tiAl troops were furqistied! rio posts established of,the Atlantic thei ir\; mo4eri41o"1edUcflCe in i. Could' the circumstance have been foresee; :thC4eath: of'tobl ..tWiJ ,_f.N _
A company. mellowed br .
al o' that aJe| .. prraadelor nmay be' defence and p4ctiOt and t.Augustifle; on wVicb the spirs& selejntsculdratIytor we, baTe a-'climate as' delightful the abolitionists roigfit'haesaIthiray4-' uansiI1foin4'>' ';'eiii.' ... ; Ii ;_ _
And ben the wiiter 1
Tump 1 .
Il10Mes soslalbeiJffpn f.lc Citizens at border to'be tIa ety"I in case of' 'daner : mameoirld. aask' -Coolerin i* i ,' tat.: .&.rne" UJI, 11 \ = .a '> ', -
,11ortda; and but at6!from tb Indian the.1TiLdapcamea4tbYere; :driven as the heart'of > and p tby mt .'If -. obnu ari"Tbo tiwu- .c .
dusturbahces icompensation ,
Irida northeraatitqdes, :
> and fot tfife inhabilarxt* t:3l1ed a pfotectiOO'.J nd-eTen' tbose'\ troops train their bome'c' they: bad.1p: giJd'.foi summer than ,:more in wintcr'we possess, all : ." '/"NEW"TiUD .A letter' irota San thel x f rth 1.IJaw'. .fDet .. .1Apa. .
from dlUinJ tb MecaIi war, were .itbtlrawn constructed defences into turcet'any.Jrost Eranci5coof tb&1df. ovemberHsays' .'..' 1 ",,.-_ *
;>itbi1mtewho' Lave bw !jdriven 1Lq4'9IJr.on.) : < rn 1. ofatTampa wSSSSSSri .and :)Ve1e hlid. tbV, mIvaatageotCttba Thad4itiQnb being of ,irQm the Untedtateaban 1- JrefuJ *1" W ,: I _
Ia'outbreak! ); from ih' Stale : Children hat $ The arrivals $bjp io .
) Jand. $
dear homes'by recent : Bar; : totheiriai audV-and ,1
Temafnd acord to blued ,numbeii :
Sletherf I have large Ielitti&tlWPfiIt.t. :
withoiit/Bcarcely btttce
In been, a ; .. .
and Sorted to seelt shelter and protect'on' died. ,. ,_ ," r '"i -_ *-
SSSthb were permitted to twjiU t ; L ; -u nro"of.:the Land Freedora. aitutlcthers conntne.r- ,- -- -" .- ; :'.
atoclcmJea. which ttiltf .have .been Indians ,- 'taetn i rum me-- urc'"zeatbean& -- --- \q fro Asia tb < 00- >- IE
-f Wu i A shelter hereofsl "4'U .
_. tIJ\ caaaw "
< >
assured Them are t : r .
anunumuuMwithout _
S. -Q
nd many
to that post, andtopurcnase wh'f1'I; am. The number ChinesewvingisenOrtnou ; ". '. "
jomIIato1niaiaiJ: defeoJfM tthat aU.those had $ ; : and after becoming acclimated, personas enj I .h ,, ., 4'JQ4.m..
( tjtrj ;
nstralnt and of course circumstances of"sufferingand brobrfit-itt.eargoetby(Englishtessehvaod.soll "' *T "T2"TV _
Mtfc'&tie* maybe defence- yet remain, "' bealth'here! 'as any wnere'perhaps "they are : : ; -"fJ'j _.IWI i.
who'perforaied afforded them to see the '* most heart-renditig descriptioni good ) ervaata:ta the',bidder aiIf- _
xoosUered' n serrke mad lavof tt\Wi tbu\ Statel'whi P opportunity leas condition of the frontier settlementsnd .- pv0'.t Forced; :;.to, abanddri 'their crop* til therrworld.LThere'is much"good than tbetravellezof land i inonrpaxtoftbestatemore on-tbr Cooley'-I1eIDr.'a ,ahadelesa: than I' .ur'I5'rf'c. .,",. i:: "_.. ,.. '.
i thdance with the militia the'neatjal:"ground' :which were-'titttute T epttldbtf secured j a"aolutemver' .1'&i1l is *specim.of trade .JU tI. JI=-- i ..". .
"U sullen in T* ontaie :moreoTer ; In.dianrri before tbey Rftlies'which.tb RCttler' is aware jof aad, our best one--'r ... '' ... TT "
di :1e.dW a : the scanty l. .recent ;; :; tt. 1 f _'' -
pro proidedbetwetathe exhausted thatwjH its qiletus-ronrth '
been soon
have "and having best river. get .' .
majeor to Jbe
was with t
,! oinsurr ction.sba11 P'wbe l \ras hammocks:will compaie' .. tr
ftecure.'inbojnacrinf ,
respected, enabled to CJoremmentJt 'r-- : <' ::
ft was; pot" ., i .
> threatened on' Jq the State ndStatCtVCYt1T5ifown v..wer 4 "St t. bottoms of thawsL.Tbeyy e d'abundt-_. r'"r '," -', t ,. .. .. u. .. : -
any e1iedu j jr ) 4 m 4i.'l "
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partiesbf : j
out by rhc1ft huIa ,.; -s : hi. ; tce: : 1
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SP\ .Advices have been reel'iVed from 'Constantinople \Vblc you' ustkno1ll5 hot'occur? Faeiw@ thii c in' p eath r. ;'jr !nheSateOfla t )i 4: iipff; TT", *>*r->y',jfexicW,* #jfnfc f t eas'. '* ". The preiniiirenW'itb&'Arfl'yts i | [ fcng

-, .of the refugees to Nor.25thf has not: bcgn The settled extradition and is This are very yoMorsdoiagj' apJiJTavery.i ifCaliforniaiffadmitted ., jJDo' telVfurwhat ;t:}:t: J\\'rbint; bi.\l ithBTitW, t e ,1a t iP instructing' .il:f.p1'W i jB"org!} p r a tkrwfc'motnqtln* ; ne than the organi/ationi( provided by Ia\r.. Of "

: : oreigB'jRelations! to inqnir j Jntg'ihencyofV6Upendihg'diplomat'c exed bbroitila! ( ; :. 1200 regular troops |n444lifornia'siice the
not well ; t1
c. likely to be. The Emtieror in into the Union Vith to begin with4he'tti'
persisted }ts rtvui & **\* | sOI ttU ;
: moved on
J tolijtne t ; the Id njoM
his demand for Hie and that the and peSnLb\in e5ti ,teoiuirScott rd : !lolavlth i iA Mr.. Stephens 1st January withinthe ..
Hungarians, dary constituiiori.- We.Jefer'our .read r* to .M >. first months
: Poles be banished f rom-tbe tUtoman. Empire. -the true point! of $Tat-Toe 'the-.markno (& Co's advertiseihent.. t \Utfia. >- on the tabteJ! which) was reje ted.\ 5' ,i that eight number. b3fe'eqaalfal: i two-fifthsot' .

TI&em t ',1be .Porte. resists Thus cursing no 'dodging, noc vottingUnion S .r": :'. ':_'_" .5. Mr.
.matt. .1,", tiPbflCfl j ; or Disunion. 1 am:.for Di nlo'n.' 4 the 1risidentq} tpbe; l 1adb| Ja ..31k. ., ,, .iv\ be allowed to,each! rehuifwrnli.ttll at '
w' r questing pause 5 ; or neaj ,
:. Iri the o'pinion ol the"cO of the _r_ ., -_4 'The following i from ..:'cqrrespondent'ofhe 5-- ..S' -. ,' frontier'.:Wand Demote t rstLtiazi4epc'aU *lit;
London Times nhe'Em is desirous fore the &nate.alVcnargeswhicbmayvhaTebWn ; o .'The Ancient City."
pet only FLORIDA REPUBIlICANi ; New. -york.: Express\ who 'signs i himself J California: Oregon. ad New Mexico
of postponing nntil spring, ', maje ganst7ndryiduals! i rernovedwiT "first a bearing the'abcvc equalto .
Iurthcr.7ujtflre| J.uyenal," is thosf"asibunding! de. : > 0 t 'the number'pf paper. the cost'of tranpbrti4 aIzd5ji4bistin"
flV5'; _
whetf wilt be favored 1ttattt3' )
preparatidijs more '4th
ffice'sil1c ofMa established .in the
title ,just pleasant '
irelopments'.wl t : prolific i in the recruit l from the gen raITirix& roJ f. '
ich"ireI'more atft
by Ahfr. In the ; ,
mtaA tim8Torkey.ismaking Tburday.Jauur.10h1850. Onihe 27 bMj.CIeneri: ( f;Ala>, submitted rrj .t./Aug ; enlistment ,
S : preparatiorf to meet .him -, raid of yperbolic leUerrVrilersthan, WiSany ; 'cii :: ancient'city" ; the"fnti jo ,be,dlvideti' }i in1a:
every '' resolutions thaUbe Sf natibe.uvfprnw, h c e. to 'ba9L. It is, published ,by instalments the JarjfMt.amount. pail ui" .
*should h& advance. : : bo ,
: 11@Th offiCe -of the. RepvbHain has the soldier bri his "
increasing: hity fleet. Liberty ,: < the'%Vhigs: In caucus after the.repeated! l: whether n"Pe1' f-,ant:who;.:'has beeiappomned yLvs'rEa'M1'iVcT, Es' .,'w'boe hand offraternity dis harjeij.If .v'
has been .'giv n'.to export .bullion from the been remove the next house iast! of the 1 civil j r p(thilitarfGoveriiOr(of California i we/corilIaHy' ;'We !infer suggested' ihat1thnnrnercai'strengtli
failures eak.er.J.Jl1i.were ; accept. of each tPe
I to unite .a' r at wftcral i
upon military
which )it has been heretoforekept company posts
Russian.Empire! : building,) : 4th"March-at wbateompeiTa-; '
I I in good.'taste: to'extracY from a private letter .since froim.the: !:salutatory a-Uress'.that?\the'! .new on'Onreastern'portioln bV increased 10.14t
ifttr nuaala: n.dIIu44ry.: v : : ion; whether, Agent was sent thither withnstriictionVto Is flt bl the local privates er } oilhej infantry be mount ,
on;all l:bcdisfbns f ,. we could: .xploc1eJn a mo-; 1r -' '" press designed mainly to c\'e apart :
Orders have been sent tplthe Army of Obeerration form' State mnent ed l nrife. M : '.. ,
: i CABEIA nd !, . Goy ;j'ns i iutereaU'pf i St.'Augustine. It Wilt have as emergencies .
the assertion that .Messrs. :1 a S
approach lea ..the Saxony frontier Southern Convention. men .basis i f' the :California Convention' It suggested: vriither the object, in an*, .
lyes'as shield l to the, :? ; ;; bi3 raticIe.trinj i in .and 'discuss
them p' 'politic :
as"Booh! as possible. .t To"a correspondent of the News, who desires others have thrown !i a ofthe thorizing brevet comrJ>,is5nsi i*, not aeenm*J ;,,
Prince; Aletternich' has written *a letter to of our sentiments in regard between'the present Administration, and the whether census, of.t; the ;inhabitants : tenets, ,with'a !*. cr"plllousaod! ncf bf per pJ bed by retaining Chen a.v honorary KM;1 .

the Austrian Minister,'!tatii that the Ans- expression 1 South ;or that they are acting1 spiesupon j. Territory, had been.taken; and.'by.what anthority' -5 sonalities"-a refreshing promise,from the tinctionsr'and, restricting 0e officers holding ':
the Conven-
S trian.monarchy" cannot enjoy" l lasting peace to appointing delegates to I entered ;,also requesting that tall, 'instructionon j ,them to thcll lineal rank Urtd pay according
tion of the peopleof the former; or have into any .schemes t ype.iJn }h. t'quirter.: ; We wish-k, more vtjhich $
unless Hungary separate from Austria. proposed by'a large body the C Ij3e: communicated Similar to the commissions I tber.'are mnsf:,
in with AVilmot and company,to.effect its ,' f than successful the.first endeavor/An intelligent .
Thirteen recent"4condemntions" bave been : Mississippi to be held at Nashville prostration. t. '.' "., tered in'tbeir respective.if3 nento and corps
commuted to imprisonment'to hard labor fora June next, we are enabled to make but a It is apiece with a statement by a correspondent inquiry is mad Jeipe.ing, New, ?Texi' o.. conmu; ity like, St. Augnstinc, : :A rule:{ar' fdievlag tfficeni disabled of ,4.

term of *.' that Mr. Houston offered a', resolutio calling disease and casualty b .. .The',
years.Notwithstanding brief for of time. We can see of, the Savannah, Georgian, numbering i its thousands, forfeits i its vitality ricomaiendedf$ : j.
the police prohibition, response, want I for all corresponde'nce between the authorities number' of ucb''t Atill not probabl/.f.:
the House without and! that the
that be, opposed to a Mr. expressedin a"press;; now vacuum l
Kossuth medals have been introduced into no reason can properly of Texas'and thC4Unt'edStat s' Government exceed twenty-five aiid the rtnwoal pay lesS. .
Hungary, and,the Magyar'patriots place inestimable mutual consultation of parties and people of utter want!of confidence in the present Administration -' the has bee suppIieJ, the people of the:ancient: than $18,000.An.. *jlwt(;> h.. Ulso-'recomf'
to ry.o
value upon them;;' the slaveholding States upon the absorbing The published debates show, relating bol:1n ,occupation- city should come up nobly to the'support of mended 'for the comfort anti repose of vete<;
From Frankfort : serious dif S S of Tens by the 1).'S..troops.f ran soldiers.! The jtfst trig ,
we a
learajthat subject by which they are now agitated. We nothing ,like such an expression used by their journal. Jt r may divide with us a little Secretary pay ;.
ficalties had risen to prcvettt the installation I MrFbote; remarked.thathe 'gave"noticj .bate to the military acjadein at.Wei.r Poiak.Tlie .
him. We that tbe'&rneattOa'which "
our of feed
safely own.rep- Caesars
know little about conventions can say \vi '
Administration. so getting up 1
of the Central} fbs'intitin'; I,51iiiofu regular l troopit wMe.iccLaod;:: .
Ministeri that resentative :is, as devoted to the Administration on)Monday. ; a I but have right 'to murmur "that.
.tetters from TArin state! that or starting the springs of public feeling, we no four companies of volunteer troops'engaged,">
al crisis tf as.at hand. ( we must respectfully decline to make as ever, and that his course is .dictated L bill) for the establishment i ia, Territorial' Ournew, neighbor says'the prosperity'T' of ,St.h for six' months, haveiljeeni actively employed ,.

; S Itkly. suggestions as to ,the initiative steps properto anyS rather by an earnest desire to uphold. it thanto I Government in California. Deseret, and'New Augustine and Jacksonville should be one.. in proteAing the' liye| anjii property of tb.

S. utters from naples announce that great t be taken by our own. people, and. imitating break it down :"' Mexico' ; but circumstances' had transpired l We heartilyreciprocate the sentiment"The inhabitants against IndLinx Imara&Itiig bandjof: In--,
dians. The iiavar'ianged a meet
in for 'which induced him '
arrangements unknown. are The fortreM pre gre88' of Gaeta purposes is being the modesty of "Patrick Henry," we "The,mistake (if mistake there was) was postpone its introduc-: cause of Boston is the cause of all." int in council to determine, bn the subject olmigration.
yet ia to take ion for the present ; yet for the of ---- -- 'I
The .fron- second in not agreeing .caucus up purpose if
to good one :
,armed and repaired. political are only prepared any : f "
Mr. Winthrop, or some other Whig, Mr. eliciting a fraternal of views The annual drawingforpthes by the !
tier was lined with troops. The new French that may be made." We think, however, upon From thevprofTrs pj peice; lately by;
Vinton, or some Southern gentleman for instance American Art Union has just taken iilace.- b.6 ruitloniand determination
/-General is resolute and firm.to the Cardinals. the ubjl; t, he 'offered the following: t Camanche ,
which action
",' In -an address to the troops lie says: "your the recommendation upon who could have commanded equd Rffdrett, That it' is the''dldy of ffopgresi at :The following paintings have been drawn to ab4ain from farthfer depredations! on our
mission is not ended." No time has yet should be had should emanate' from the authorities strength, and supported him the. next day his acjwion to eftabli.- suitable territorial eoreriunenti by citizens of Florida : ; citixpnsT it is helie\eJtbatrhe: regular troop ,

.r been fixed for the return of the Pope. of the State,and are sure the people But the defeat of .the Administration was a fur California, fUr'reeret. and for New B. : i"n Texas will be sufficient Jot any eraergeu-. ',
Winter Scene Grunewald Lucas '
conclusion. There need of Mexico. Apalachicola !
was no .
The treasury of the Cardinal Triumvirate will be perfectly safe in abiding the judg foregone 1 cv likely to arie. ,, : .
$S .reported to be iu.olvent.tThe the violent demonstrations Mes ''. Mr. Douglas presented a memorial from Fla.! I Within- the last spffig) arrangement ',were

S.t news generally; :dpes not possess ment of the Governor whom they have Toombs, Hilliard. &c., of. the concerted and the people of Deseret accompanied by a Interior by Candlelight, Cnlverhouse.CH. .'I made to place a regiment o(mounted men on. ,T-

S mnrh intoi-eat. and not ilnZ more IS found I elected to fill the Executive chair. well acted ruse of plunging the. House itto constitution form of State.Government Knapp, Bethlehem, Fla. the route to Oregon. \' ;4;; ., S ..
: commotion threatening a dissolution) ol The Secretary recvinimtnd, the erection of
'1. worth communicating. The Indians. the Union and invokipg curses upon the iran askingadmissioa into the Union as a State, The'Abandoned Ship. Bonfield, Ro' Floyd, fortifications of our harbp) on...the Pacific

,1 v- India and:Cb.nt\. The editor: of the Arkansas Intelligencer, who should refuse to support his section in or an'organization as a Territory by Congress Fa.! Between the' procla.maj of,peace with,

Another mail arrived from Bombay with any measure of violence which might be ; which was orJered to be printed. Mexico and the periol| whim) the U.! S./revenue #
dates to 3d Nov., and from Calcutta to 24th writing December 1st, after referring to the proposed. The Free-Boilers were more \ iI-' The Savannah Republican publishes an I laws were exten ctlsiver Calfornia: a.;

Oct. The whole of India, .is quite tranquil. decision of the Government to unite the Indians ling tools than seems to have been anticiated. .Mr. Yulee,in pursoa.nte.of: notice, asked original letter from an intelligent gentlemanof I large amount was collf cteil by officers of !be

$ All the rebellions Sihk chiefs have been cap: now in Florida with the portion already They coalesced with the secret soutlum/ and obtained leave to introduce a bill to Boston in'which he expresses his beliefof I. army as duties on inWorf ion in the seve-.

tu- ed.. in Arkansas and the despatch of the committee of safety without putting them to provide for the adjustment .and payment of the entire innocence of Dr. Webster, and I ral! parts of that terti10 j. The Secretary. .
the inconvenience of a lengthy fle otiatiJn. recommends that their ; beaffimmetI5tIe.5officers
incurred and acts
thence to this State to aid in.ef expenses obligations contractedby that the circumstances! disclose are there
l'ayMPnt of the Volunteer* delegation It be asked what is this secret southern -
may however, beip'g' required to account i;
'Phe Wakulla Times, referring to the letters fecting their removal, remarks that the troops committee of safety. It is a commitee the State of Florida in providing for the sultof_ a foul plot' enable the .guilty to escape for all sums collected by them, and such di*...

of Governor Brown and Mr. Cabell now in Florida may effect that object, but which by the action of the Southern! contentions safety of the people of that State during the and fix crime u'poiMm.. bursements allowed ''as were necessary and.

the Indian delegation will not. These In- Las been created for their protectioi, in L recent insurrection of the Seminole Indians.;j" proper for the manttnaiice of the .anoma' -';

lalili;. UARELLana uov. JJHOMTN deserve, and :--t".a1l l nf insisting upon the event of any action on the part of any' which was' read twice and referred to ..theCflnnmittee The following' is from a. late Cal'forn'a Ious government of the"'f rritory. .?. -v ,
\vill receive the thanks of their brethren administration disposed to Va.s measures obnoxious letter .
those interested, emigrating unconditionally to the South. Under the 'lat 4; on Military Affairs.i : \RT.J.ThI1.lI:1arv'
for having thus early called the attention of will endeavor to prevail upon) them to mate iiiiiiCMiaiiuu >i i. traiRer "woa1: *,?. '.>{ that f t he 1011on the 27th, Mr. Venable We arc looking forward with no little LAKGE 8.U \ Jwlge

the proper officers of the Government to this the sine qni noti of removal a pledge of Go- committee. Under the present they are i offered S resolutions similar uK.... af 1\lr anxiety to the reception constitution will Peter II.exceeds Bnrnett the, the!combined Governor salaries elect of of California the

subject, in order to obtain speedy justice from Messrs. Toombs, Stcplwns( Cabell, Owen,and I Clemens in the Senate in .v' tonihft- Solons at Wa. government to the volunteers; for it is nothing .vernment to furnish the whole Seminole Morton, five, and they consisted of the came making inquiry respecting rely I aid-but I shoula 114-,. UlAnjiruu; Governors of Tennespiee, Illinois New1 Hampshire

S more than right that she Miould pay them, tribe a country on the JJrazos, in Texas. number under the late Administration. They, the organization of the State Government osity; for we'are not at all anxious about its Iowa, ConnecticutjA;;; ejtoonr, Wisconsin.,'

and we cannot think that she will refuse to Word has been sent by Wild Cat, and other may be increased as the exigency of the i in California adoption. We have male it ourselves: Our Rhode IslanInn4tJka\t'are of! ;; who"receive .

do so. case requires, or the majority to be overcome In the Senate the Mr. people with one voice have aJopied it, and an aggregate: ;59OS3. '.}
leading men, through this delegation, that! on 31st Under The salaries of tbfe clergy in .
During the administration of Mr. VAN Bc- seems to make It necea. '. it is now the law of the laml l, that Congrisgcannot are properftion. :
aEN we believe it was, that, the controversy: they are dissatisfied: at being incorporate in It wood presented a remonstrance from Wm undo. Now', i if this new constitution The Rev. Mr. VV'hecIer.a, : BaptUt-
in],regard to the North I'kstcrn boundary the Creek nation,, and advise those in Florida that Gen.was some little time since Smith and others, members of the Churchof of ours; nut conflicting with the Constitution minister, recently frcjm ,his city.:-receives,.
Taylor was really determined to SlOiODO
.question ran so high, and ;t"w.\5 thought atone not to come out, unless Government will sign any bill that might pass Congress, with: Latter Day Saints, against the admission of the United States is turned away from lerian clerg'men-N.per annum, a.* does}Express.also the< Presby. .,

time would produce a war between Eng: promise to give them a country on the Bra- out reference to the eLl ct it might have upon I of.the State of Deseret into.the Union.'They the capitol:\Vashirigton, it will be a virtllal "- .">. $...' ,- .. .. ';.
land and the United Slates. The excitement repudiation of us out here on the Pacific 1- r5'Important
the South. It was found that he could the of .
charge people State "
proposed from Jatnalra .j"
that occasion which be followed by unpleasant | 7 '
pa was greatly increased' both zos.Wild be threats intimidationsfrom may
in 'this country and l Euglanl I by the course Cat has been out and seen the coun- persuaded-this course. It was or therefore deter- with tolerating polygamy, and various offences results. If Congress won't; consent to takeus We ha ve Kin stan:date J1o J 7tb- lt_, .>,:1 J

S of Governor Fairfield, of Maine, in calling: try on the Brazos. He prefers it to any miued to break down the Administration.; and crimes, with' seizing citizens of Missouri on. the terms we offer, why'we are big; The spirit of dV.atlsfa; &tton and discontent.;

oat 4he 5voluntees of that State, and march. country in the West, anj las created a universal It became evident that, with the aid of their and with imposing a tariff of'50 percent enough, able enough, rich enough,and indepenJent -i with the Home Government, seems to be fap'
theininl.o i enough, 'to set for ourselves.ltlark i'3ly spreading.: > 1 'j '. L t
ing the disputed and this up! L
I in the tribe members who are. acting under the di: ui>e upon all goods carried their (
feeling to thither. He I through
j _
too against the well known wishes, i/ not go of Frec-soilers, this might be effected and that. Congressmen may scratch each annexation to the United States'1
the ordfri of.the President;; and she was paid is out there now on a hunting excursion. California kept out:of the Union until the country other's eyes' out about the, anti-slavery! ia openly advocated.' ,; ; -y--ita
S for the expenses incurred i in tailing out these : territory she has assumed might be s-o cutup Mr. Douglas expressed doubts as tq the clause ; bat \vhat"*> done can't be undone,' As an illustration of thefr feeling,'we qcofe' '-S 1I

trwps 'S Maj. Gen. JESSE CARTES, in a modest and as to bring in the hulk of it as slave correctness. of these statements.Mr. (as Mr Macbeth says.)- The clam is t/tar,. I from a paper called *-Tbe"Conservaure1o ,. :
and it will be Jse I '(>\ in this island,
I' no trying to it.MiiiJ man yqt thinks of aiding:
creditable card, declines the military commission States; or until slavery i is planted and recog- Ynlee presented the petition of expunge
mem- .

TuW 5 rotes it."Youritruly'in foreign arms to diioWe Great Britain'.
'Oregon-1tIr. ton." nisei there decision only against ( off
'' .. recently.conferred orthim by the voters ._ .. by judicial &Qa.;,and fn- llpr.Q nf ,h. n-t-wine""Southern District of n hurry, .'. Jamaica. AVe have lIot yet arrived'even at
-- ----- --. ut1'daottlidsion. of Congress'we -, absence "'mo.1La i\171l too -war1th Mexico 0 so as to acquire get more: Florida, and. of merchants_ at Key West, ask I '*SPECTATOR.. "? ,"that! slate of feeling which: would induce any

.were witness of the sensationproduced an of pretension to military distinction territory will be recollected, was brought Tng an increase of the salary of the Judge of :' inhabitant to lift a finder Against the ancient''

S ,and a sharer. of the single emotionS a distrust of his abilities to assume the about by the. same agency, and tfie" project the Southern District; of Florida which KEXTCCST CONVEXTIOX ADJOCRSED. Crown of England. But jre must life;'we*

excite; when the elerk, in calling the roll responsibilities of the offie, ani the fact that defeat, this Administration, and bring in I referred to the ; was This body adjourned on the 21st ulr. after must assert the right- of 6iu common conn-;
memb'er l" and Territories, utterefi I the territorial Committee on. the Judiciary. i try. Impressed with ,hesiews, 'there :
Stale he is .laboring under p2cuniary embarrassment acquisitions on 'the Pacific issuing an adtlresi 'giving a birds eye 'view are
the words i Mr. :Thurstbn," (the and could coast by the same agency, was depen Je 1 upon: Mr. Downs submitted a resolution,calling of the.proc eJ ngf.for a new constitution- many who pray the (*rea|Ruler"-of all ua- _
not the
naineof the'elept) ant the answer was accept appointment with the same firm reliance.It for copies of all correspondence touching the 'It,hal been in session three,months. Ga'rettDavls's tons so to dispose of fererjts, that an am'cable -'

6 promptly given, I1ere! 'Yes-Oregon without injustice to his family an j creditors. was useless therefore for the Adminis: Rey abduction.Mr. Native A3i2ricai: proposition was secession of this! Island to, the United -

baA indeed come! Ta far.regiQn. which We think the latter would act wisely to tration to C9 to 6. The in States of America, without quarrelling' "
scarcely a dozen seemed almost expect any thing but defeat, and I Turney offered a resolution! calling rejected changes ma le theconstitution I bloodshed
years ag9 urge Mr.Carter to retract his resignation.A the delay winch has occurred might with : are to be.submitted to a vote of may specililyj occur.. For our-i
like .an appendage of another planet; answered I for all papers pertaining the.removal of selves we repeat, tha| ,we -should 'regret U '
the >
safely have been avoided from people. They are as follows I ;
in the :
'Here,' by its in the furlher/lelay the completion of the Militia lirtit. Jamaica leave ',
treprfi5i&ntatlvei; Jesse B. Clements, late Marshal of the Middle The Biennial sessions: of the. see thie aridcnt fold; but we.
Capitol at staff of the State is to be regretted. The committee of safety had six mars ,. Legislature_, I would not wonder if if 'fWMr.*T f*>- *m,%'w.* w
mf I
Wahmgn ... District of Tennessee.Mr. _II _A,. #rt Of V#' .fit.. -* A Tfncc-l IP *-\>* .. ,I was) Atlantic _calling in a votes at their command, iftlwiilindbecn found Legislature" o' -- ---J from J.r"J l"v.ua'5 So that if it be done without rebel!li ion,alas-: "
me Poking the FroVlib.Mr. necessary secure the election; Mr t'ott." Foofc introduced his bill providing contracting any dehtj
inunaenng lone t equairy migniy racinc, of .; save for the of the Government 1 too many would be only gjad of it." .rf
"f greet you to-dayj" and the,latter responding ,. BROWN mixed up a few facetious I Territorial Governments for the Territories.: without the assent expense of the ,

in the roar" of it surge could"1 reciprocate, sayings.with his lugubrious explanation be- .A "JMIraccfu1 D.'I.e.'? The Senate co-e perated with; the House in of the jlll les; by vote people of the; the people appointing -, FLORIDA LEAF T rfd..The'fmJe in .
S greeting. be !
with your, the with the busy f fore the House. He made the admission This is the the passage of a bill granting the franking and appellate! juJge for eight years, and t a j I this afticle has, we ate; !ojd J increaseJ''Tett ,

and the pt.a\lel a rapidly from present the: that for the shallow reason of trying OldZach's Z7o- expression" applied by. the Wash privilege to the widow of President Polk circuit judge for six year, the clerks( the much of late, and i isqijite important enbugoj'! t
ranged ington to'the omnissoa: by the President several courts, sherilK of to be noticed in the market
justices the
Rock of : peace.and customary reportsof t
Plymouth 'the Falls of the Wal- metal, he would have liked to In the House of Representatives the Clerk .
t "poke in his constables! arid all other bar city. Prices, are told! take
S l from Message, to nuke county officers, 'e .a rtrf .
met Decmbr, 1620, t December,, the ))roviso" at him and 'this any reported the Conmittees appointed the and wide
; the ; upon exalted recommendation on the subject of the by officers of the militia, are also to'bt range, from six jo fifteen, and even as" ,
t assemblage expression, the Richmond Territories Speaker, the most important of which elected by the people the diffusion of high as twenty 'and cents
in the Hall as to a focal point, it there found Rfpullicaii thus .' The RichmonJ are as ; knowledge twenty-five per .:. ,
tangible and living evidences that the dilates: Whig has t ken' the follows : has been secured by the dedication: b]r iiound,:for the very fiiiest aalities! receive,: '.
Voting trouble! to refer back to the tehool1und here. AVir .
thehig the schools Orleans Ddtal <
I of primary the
Giant bf the West ; re-
r either already' i1aids with a foot A very patriotic as well as a very elegant Missouri Compromise agitation to wheth On Elections.-Mr. Strong, of Pa., Chair- lation 'of master and e.lave remains as it:1' _'t--t "
on oceanWilrniniozi! N. the see -
( C. ) personage was late of blessed
Chronicle. memory,' W.J. Brown. 'martyr Ha talk about er there was any doJging on the part of Mr. man.On Ways ami .Mean.9-\IeR.\rs. Bayh', or I under the old but constitution no slave shalilieemancipafed .Da. JOHN CPLLEX, d}(*d ?t:Richmond,S:,Vai'! .

':__ -. poking the Wilmot Proviso at Old Zach' Ritchie himself at that time. On the 7th day Va.; Thompson, of Miss.; Vinton, o'f )hio: emancipated.slaye.sbaU upon condition be that"sncb on Christmas day,' much lamented. ;Dr/:C'

f i Amicrirc BEEA.F .-A most distrewinjf was quite characteristic of the man. Old of December,::1819, (remarks that paper,) the Green, of Mo.; Toombl1t of. Ga; Hibbard, of '" sent out of tbe'Slate. was a graduate-_of Trinity i; ;iColIege.. .i'-i Doubling jiy.f .0._

: event occurred on Tuesday morning, Zach. -has.. .had- harder. _u things_ 'poked at him' third annual message of Mr. 1Iouro'et'a N. H.; Doer, of N. Y.; Jones,of Tenn,; Hamp. The Convention is td re-assemble the 5"i -' Vfij
b _wlc'two interesting children of Mr in ins life nan the Wilmot Proviso, and has ton, of Pa. ,. .. first Monday in June'next on ...FvrCLizNi.TheamerEazjiCity *
survived them all. We'reel > sent to Congress; that message ,"hich : if the 0 Claims. ,; to proclaim 'the \ WiLSOsarrived!Ngw -
> ,
in Churhtec between very confident,, v -Messrs. Daniel, ot-N. C.; constitution: provided 'it Capt : :. : )orl; _
j Cumberland however, that if Mr. Brown and his doctrine of Locbfocoism Thomas of. : shalljreccive from ,Chares on the 25th tilt. .
an larket-t been deprived party present : be right, Tenn.j Root of Ohio, VVilmot. the approviilof the people.Hon. ; bringing new.". .
S of parents renderedchihileAL could succeed in '*pokingth ,VVihftot Provisoat shsuld have glowed with denunciations, of Hibbard, McLane Duer, Butler of Conn" J l from California two .% e k. :Iater..than; ,)ha4,

t .._We unleretind tliat Mrs. LESLIE old Zach,1 he, would thow more forbear the agitators "hver On Foreign;//far? ,.'Messrs,McClernand Sa1l1'1 .. been before icceived, She! brings 250 .pa-:' .
children ance"than his predecessor under the' shaking the:Union tote of 111. McDowell, of Va. Cariuack. and $500,000 ,
lef.he asleep-a little girl.aged same ; ; Winthrop, of M 8s.; sengers g d"j ;
fers in bed, and an infant boy; aged circumstances, and refrain frbni Polking it centre. Did: it take any :such ground Haralson, HilliardjVoodward! Stanly, Buel} Tbeme anchoJy news of the death of :.ths 'I There is.an;news special iBterrsiVfrptn "

p in the back again after the fashion. of the 'celebrated It does not mention the question once; it does 'i Spalding f. .: distinguished ,citizen whose name heads California.except that jela ng.to the election.
tbs door,mnts t crle dJ locking return Oregon bill." notalluJetoif i in th3 most distant manner On .Territories-Messrs. Boyd( of Ky.; this pragraph, was not received by us,until! which occurreJ on the 10th .Noyernber'ib: r-

the found the, little girl prostrate near the if the history i the ; Richardson of.111. Rock well,of Ct: Seddep'I : yesterday. The friends pf-Ji dge, C.armack returns 'were not. all 'in, |>ut enough,'war
.. eJe almost burned to,a rrutp, and the Jn- : The Quartel'1lu.1 ( country were to be'wFit- ofVa.; Clingman, of N. C :;Kanfrnan, of had been in painful expectation of the sad known to warrant the:Belief that tlie-Constitu ", .

:_ f. dote alton fire.. Th4 eldest expired 0n.\rd :Scott; ,& 'Co., are preparing, for ten. from the messages. of its Presidents alone Texas; Gott, of N-Yj; Fitch, of la,; Giddings! news of his decease,for some time. It;' was 'lion, ,.had been. :a-lopted ''by an.:'almost

*, a the infa lingered un- the and of posterity xvould not know, that at the very of OhIO; S. _.*" apparent tQ all, who sawbimonbisretuyn unanimous vote!: 'PCTKR .'BORJJETTJ was "
new the "
year, many preparationsmade Oi } from' Tennessee this fall, that his intellect believed to be elected and
t..ery.morningu unfortunate' pa-. moment this was delivered, there impendedover Commerce.-r-Messrs-JVIcLanc; ,'of.Md.; though .Governor :Joasr .
I hve of q entire com- in the way of feasting 'we know of no. it the most fearful storm'irhal Wentworth, !iGnnnell, ,gingham.., A. ,.Ste was as bright as"ever and his spirit McDouaiL 'formerly of'.. iana Lieutenant

) Clklp JrcfT.h thing'more'agreeable than these perioai ai8., its : ever en. phens Colcock,'Phoenix! Stetson, Conrad, as'cheerful, yet that his frail\ and worn body Governor.: RODMAN \.; iiiCE, arid G.:.'Wi!

S 7 S lI! S These_Reviews, !it is truly said, 'are. often countered from foundation as an)independent .Dlstmt.oj'Columbia.--Brownj) of MISS., could! not much longer endure ,the/.ravages WRIGHT, >it. was,, suppb/iej;:Hvoold ,be.:3tneMembera "-

t'rHtAbx1u1px507: : C-turoRsu A Djsp- more valuable than the republic., The Richmond Enquirer, on Inge, of Alabama Taylor,of Ohio;'JlulIcr of of disease. _, of Congress elect.: 'TheresuIt J0 "
ZZGRTOUT-The! Charleston- Mcrettryofi4th'ult subjects reviewed. the 14th day'of December, 1819V summed Maine; Morton, of.Va.; Hammond,'of Md.; We do not'io. this limited ,ariicledesign. dicates that Gwix and:F EiioST vrill J.be. t( i'

J They are as the blood in the body, and the ,its heads in the, following! terms and up Allen, of.Mass.; Williams. of/Tenn.; Under- to portray the traits character; the humane U. S. Senators. ''[ *- ; ".;"; >
.'givs editorial prominence very spul l and,spirit of,the. hu.mafl nature.- reference ; upon hillofNrY. .*: "' :'.:. 'disposWou-4he profound judgement :which, In the mining'disf rcU? :the L: rain.'; a..I'.ee. S .

< 1'a'; communication Vgned "\ l r ant Mrs Kirkland, in .a recent..number. of the the document, itself, the reader On J'ulicLvul.s-Bowlin' of_Mo..,,Chair-. elicited from aU\, approached Samuel We very heavy aiia hal; Qearlyipal taI1.end joalj: *' ..
a. from.which we copy this extract i: Christian will discover that the sunnary:: i ia_ perfectly JOan." ./ ,p. .. Carmack, the spontaneous testimony,, that he active labor.t.!;tCol. / '.. .'%.*.:' "
Inquirer of .
speaks thus : n. .tllllI'"JIT". __ _". ., ._
- correct? ... ... ; 'P Ti was one of 'Nature's.DoblemIR.VA.. Ip'VA COLLIER the Collector"
-5- .1.1 .. new : : bf:San.
fi /-4 "VII'i' II'UI ; J. uer, ----- ---
whl.m or out t of Congress, say's "The Edinburgh and London Quarterlies S of OhIO ..Ashmlt, of Mas : to.other hands, and a 'ijo
that '" ; ; Mead, 0(.Va.; more .fitting.occasion, 'rindisco afriYed n.Jti..7tbi.'i: :;
dissolution'.of: lheUnion5if. are l''of uniform, perhaps'''equal excellence; 1st The "Sickness of bur 'Cities; and. MorehcaJ, of Ky.;I. King:of N. Y.Yenable; the grateful task of recording the virtues'and ,. N tr4 JAMES F. .KE NDA 'vas.accidntiiTr' '
.Congress passes the 'WiImt'I'rovso1br;] t the first energetically but calmly Drought irijhe .Middle i of N. C.. Thiiddeu& depicting the
reformatory anj Western -States. Stevens. ,,'pf'Pa' 'y'"el: brilliant qualities of .beau d. and shot in the night.bnejof.liis cO'thmii' na,
a.slavery.iii..n the District of Ct in its principles, the Jast intelligently; 2J.'The' horn, of4a. ,.4 (? heart forM-hichhe\Vasso eqtinent who .1.Stook.hun
umbla treaty with Spain' and our incidental '. : .. r for a enemy aapproachiOg .he;was '
Poz KOTHijiq;"! Je elegantly conservative, both, models. thor RCL'OlUSOIia17/C1um-Mr.: S As a friend aiyl a.companion his the ? ,
Sawtelle hch
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Chair tent In
affdjrs. 31. memory they e1eptj
if teat & snbmiasiohUt < The' Revolution in nisliAmer&i7 : 1 ,
( as Roo 9t'MlrJ! can : oughness. goo J.taste* wisdom and candor., 'lt 4 Sj man. -. > will ever, be .green and, fresh', ,il!the\"re' \ '
I MMtbJy desire, for any:piirpbsi ct I The North' Britisb is ;more charged with the ;, ,4th. yiolalionibf. l.bur, neutrality.5th. # .. The; resolution' ,of I* ? : S collections'.of ',thiis.! .who) have,, felt;:their q in'DQ u: Iet Mr '
lo the, present:t give eflect to.,j T'4eitherpf spirit'of thejtimei 'It is young; fresh) vigorousj .Crtu, ; ,nnerci: \Djplo a y.\itb informati .Mtryenabefcalling f fqri' hearts gladdened his'society, .Aa law says:, "We'nnderstand'ifbejBank'' 'of;Char.lesion -:

S &h mar"cnsttate the' great isu'e'on arid has"the "rherit'oflooking l at every Great Briu'tn. 6th.'Fisci( aSUirs. 7th. Mann. .. n.in-relatioato.the'. seofthe.; yen,and a Judge, he.obtained aisUhctjoa fo>
t' subject from" a directly britial1l'J1o' ; of' rii ture.t. ";8th.'Natiorial i Adiainistration% towards the new'Territories" hia eminent. iiaturalenJowpienUandlearneilacquirements small oenbmluatioJi. of ihf|ghI coinage from ,; ".
honored tbepreentCongreu; That.isMM .; flew" '. n. jnh.Dtinatioh"of ;*' came upj mind, ;Mr Stephens: ofiered 'nri: ;Asa, citizen,,he*w-a..valded !the: 1nted States.Mint' !,' YhzCtl' e t tt el. .
|* >THB 4DX1WQX ClUFORNU, INTO : BIaclAvpod,'there i fa nothing like ij Naval. .f rce. 10., Slave Trailed;; J ; J. for ri
amendment' which ivjopted include1aaUor'einllar ;peaceful \ni| kind feelings ;itqwards ,aia propose to-ay out_\yittheirst5ckho .d'ri4 n4rtQ .
tmt.(Jnp> 4' A fiTATt.. .Here it tKa issiie in the world f cr.'grice,' imp'uderice'it'fun I' .was I.o fellov I\e J ; .
; Not man and % ,'Xca *
; one'word. here touching. this oltesti n'which' fqr the; dev Jt\. thp iiiterosts i .00 %r::;.; :, .
tb5,4o tile :
S _'GREAT.PRACTICALl&t/EJ:;: i Again entiment sense and nonsense. But last t ; as to cog rse ofsociety an.dloye"qfcountry, :: I 'tt : ;
of i ,
.1I5a.WhT 'a5 nta, !r "juur,,COJtuiLns.to now' Christopher, under. Canvas*,' .(Prof. was ,far inore1mpbrtaucthaij'all( of the- last Administration' "( on. .the same sub-. .He Jias gone dawn'. tQ jh. 'grave "lull ,pf : E.i\.ri, ( J :.n : :
pee if any one o statesmen Wilson) is saying the bast the most:pious the'res't t put)tother. since. upin'its': : solutiondependc.Ipui Ie t. S honor rmourned, by.all good men,who knew 'editors l pf the.New:TbrkrCom.mercia| .Ad,:;-,

would/afrlystate.itl.aQd boldly;Declare that and xno t5poetkal'' ng8.of..ioa: day,' in ,ver;,,1atJonal existence i ,: Bql ;: f.;., avage:afireda" : .,:TesoTution' i ) and knowingesteemed; hira, .J Jli* fazq'vlj\ vertiscrJeaXns"ihaf a letiej has been receiridi fin .
the admjssion' Cajifornjaa&'fl'fitate' !; .wit Black wood.; Vft have;;jfcoredthese; ,pages surely, the self-constitute Argus.of< the Ropablican for information eal1iff live after him, and the'influence of hi qxa\ that city :frpm Lady'Jaoe' 'Vranklin8 t }... _
iti vropoeedb.oundty.4)d) coisti1ition t ,, for extract until they are all columns., \Ve relative. ,.to.the;all,ege.il>..?.... pie jwUlincite oth r ta tread inbjifootste{ $ which she ats advice, ahdiftfonnatioff| frow Tje .'
S exclusion of the South lrnlh'( Union. .J devour Blackwood[ we eat our dinner afVer party': ofVirginiaachng;; ;' under theVenrejre'iof P inary/prbceeding of itbV! 'English\ Oovernment'jrt.'th'efo'rcible and !imitate his irrepjoachabjHv\ .d ? 'ft" } 'pa'rty/to',whpni tt ia'aSiKessedt as to'the liXpediencyofier .

win not argoelhe quson merely point ( an eight hpur' fast,.and wonJer--as the ; Judge Roine' hm.elf} t tlid''riot i, ,! j: 3l8re! an4 bccupaXtion ,44 ittisert' _-, .: :. t ::1 l ; J9innjjri] | *,vi& the'.YJew: "
,. 1 ihttpticbjol ,)1r.bett delirjerpd.irt:the little beggar boy wha'slept with: his Another sleep: upon, .such,,;an 'occasion Sjjrely ;he" bf;thoIsianaNacaai'a ; Mt Affi\ .g&Sft .. I.: { f ,_.!.V:_ ; It to arrangement of ftflJIJItIOII&t'it' t
\ ",.on ; erprJsiton; { taeoncltuively under the 'door/.woiidered Jn h ear.what, abased. ) .Monroi: l in .good, '8et. proving i th ; heWlmbtlPorisb poor folks did who haj! no'dpbr'tosletp unfler -" 8 tich1&:! "disraceM l doJ '* :,; j;.andoilier;: ) ::a4' ii4.Jainfer, "an' in temperate.,inanj".rwhoJjadeo'gtcXjor'gom ''idJ.t: e search of hVlost hi!a>and.:She:'meCI,.. '

.5 In form, ;whstt; h hasthe[ .w "wonder: ,with. &milarr simpUcity j i. 5wc' : $' e, in circumJtanceS ,j j'acentplaceaV( >O: ;j u ,', < time 0 asked )wbether' hI itatesth. ;:parchase'ran4! : iiqftlpmint.f'pf i. : ."tw'qsmalt S

cam effect excluding th, oaia'/rom'all loubtles, what poor people, (liltqyou: rca rypeculia"r'Not;( ; ajit ofityiledtt! ; ; : (-Irf:''Robtcfiuirei1: ; a.'rcBolu tion-.that l )the b aLreihd i : hrpjiitinN'o. : ,,:: : r t .ves.. er$Svith' 'fvhrchs6e:| :hbpeVfa more ,

.:' oar territory. Now, gentlemen, In and out der, who don't subscribe,) do without the rroteven so uiiich as'hinVthat" be nai'JDeca-; CommitteVon'TerfitowslieHnsfrn t ; t d w t says'jine. 03ft\t'notexactly/inis.\ ; appetite l,. successful result! 1m#' e pbtained Mntha

.,S.S F" of Cups you have told us: lhit?! you. are monthly supply} of Blackwood We should guilty of any omission, J port to lhe>Iouse u bill or'bills';nroviding t' 4 ever very,"poor, but big, dnhKedts Js a3;. good. 'ai the which! coaiaaandbf w'so crueft'dsapiinteif Jame4Roj' t'bet ttndep' : _

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;; ; Annnal C< m ntction of the ---N S 5
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tf$5dIt fldrI. W J U t he 1Uienlc Ta.4 by free4 1* Lnowuibj'nL th.plan t y
-' L Da: ISs &Mf sale* iHy mach of the!and being fITowus Ioti -
Han, in the city of Talliho ,on Moo laj, 1! & rtjrfth Arrfla Grant, levied wRaslS lot1OI No:2113 IIII lad beybeingwacr llWr1fe a *#:A maa by the aaatevaaf a a
)ffieeri iici tLT1 TeKew, r ; lfOpttyof! lJe.e. >tat of Peter&Mitchell Iaids de- ut Ialfg ast Ta. -
the 14th iep. kenisi Mn .ite.-Hi.fMjk.R. TuwMI4
;jEntraaec M GoJd st.: 1igge4 on Pu.ot-Johu 8mai1t ,
$ Lsj asielao
tteeatatimol gbetdtet.iii1ge1: tker.of wi!Ut&k. -_ ; acre tract vf land-represented-on so macli of a 1,500 tuar4ld for.1 -W'and II C IIlok and oth- Me* bit HUM to p *?,*SMrsn ik* .- ,S.S

.iotke,s& pn'n thdnscee, accordingly.A Miss Cbiemaii'a School. '*, feMirT! 1ndash1ngtou ftc a belonging Toai>drawn U ele raT4Jb1in,antI: *ill boiti L4tutiei nu.I ta wife. L1n. Call Dr.Townsend'a SampajWa, rfaonaatiaf It OtJf-

faflitpteesntation irum tbe Subordinate Lodge I1B FIRST SESSION of tbUSehbol commences S* 8l>, being adverse grant.Tand ndanteatiiy: flW'VriL5 as-tWpopertyoZamaiJDe pI..YzoTigt1Jstc,. !*- ? a.dscus 5.,

e4ked.4I on the First of January. 1830. and within the limits of the Arredondo grant, and ly- time and pIa the/LIloyingFraet Ai.$; at the mime M5 w* tint rim fTrtntiflxViTirtrrf.saUsus ,. taT
particularly of Land
win continue ten months, with a vacation of two Ing near Paine'i prairle-.ai will W the Mate sngan beuig1Ln ,1y ails,and the Ilie.Yet be a .ijAr*Ue UUe ef Dr,'awtitf"pwpme .

3.-T.tLOI1? months in the summer,, Slfl15 ?Cuool u intended and County tax bfMaehua county fm' 1st!, tege.getherwjth East side of &IiehasRjaowas nnTe nT lo. the of gsiau;credit Cif gtkct fca Is aoL' TMs ti a 7camloa

>: : G.anJ&sryG. L. Fla. as preparatory one for*children, and Jt'ssCotxxA.i theexea 5- attending on said sale. tbe BrwbwUr Trsei,' bounded eo.the pauiof if rtti the public"jotlo'<}tj(3eeet <;f aa*" pmeIaimb

promises to devote the strictest atten- -.L..I JOEL B.: SMITH, by land of ABU*Kbsle East Public
bj Lands,. sans has the OUfOtftK OMQOtAL OLD St.JVgaMBparWa .
tention to the advancement of her popils; A few S /ex Ajjsjor.aatf tectoTfAIacAu4i00. South by faadi of RW "
Bigel West '
and by ,-b* 1ede* 11 .CN *I'
1nietton ith the abnt i the nuderclged more scholars! will be received. t Jtn.3.t(
Jacksonville,January 4t levied St.ulmn-ftivefeoisinjg about twenty acres ; By Tlie President 'of the .Unltw 11km..; his,filtreautoSi ; Ud k :; : =; li .
for thai Saekoa the
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'apjwbled irpo S S upon pwperty of,Wm: B;Barton, f. S
SAlathuaCounfy satisfy cxeentioa IB States. acnes thefeauiifanas.* v A iifrt.ri.4f S
aa &
to' No1
; taaooiwe mra *
LoJ : Sale. ,
Prorerty thr IN PURSUAXCE of Law T ZACIIArtl 4
pomted ont PklnUff Attorrieyr ; .
ibot Sky-tight -
but the tata,that, a 'rbrii.jy fiflowizig Splendid ..Dagucrreotypcs. .- -S :' JOIlN-J, MITIf, -: SI. TAYLOR President of the t'nitedtatee of S.s

: the meeting of the Grand Ue,Jlrere will be i ? y'fi-wDy tfw T fc *". V -: riff Dnrrf eo.. S. America, do hereby:declare.and'make' kuovn
3 edIhaU.xpo efor sale in front of S that saVs will be heLl ondernentionti grw S
and br 'Installain et.cersof SUBSCRIBERS.navJnp wftrtractcd a tbe )3QEO.IIrt&t1lT1I. public at the S
irocrsnon '
{ | TIE : Pavillwn, by which they can operate eoort-liouae door, in the town of Newnaasville.oB S. ikil. rif Dural co. Land Offices,uVtb :?Ute of Florida, at the pe- .
Ibe Gtand Lodge, and an mUrrts \>f Brother R.. at any place with the aaae certainty of sue Monday, the rst day or July, A. D.18i,: Jae1tonrflh.r;iiei:at,;IS4-.td nods hereinafter desiguated,to wit:/ / ; S

B. IIiLTDX, followed by refresKaeuts suitable ttbeoeeasMa. rev, would now offer to the citlacns of Jackson much of tbejau *owned" by the following named At the land offieeat NEWXAXSViLLE, era ?

V Ve' tMrdhtfiytntlte the Brethrerf Tilfc and vicinity an opportnntty of having PORTBAIT3 persons So much, rlst'.of 5j,5.8. mencing on Monday,the seventh day of January 5' ( a.7 -

"- #- I tn the J Ute and adjoinin taken in a zlyfc eu.i1tosny in the the 6,000 acre tract of land known yvrnTUEb next j for the di.'posnl of the public lands situated 'S
b f dtstcf taJges as Atkinson and.Clark Grant, lying between fachin'inue4S withm the
worl4. ctianemil'owuab and
oontieila GeorrUt c e i > ni the spirit ol Their mode f of operating- -is so speedy that'tbe -Newnanmlle and Santafee river,and supposed to -W.T1 ont lBeCiret.lt Cmirt.via to me directed, of TowBjhirw f= : 4-',
belong to John M. Bcrrien; iI'o so much of the expo to paUie sale, in front of the Co urt- r .5 :
i&onr11.na nfteHh m* Inthe celebrsiion,, most gi1 r rsons, as well. as little the children, are Und owned by the estate of.!). L, Clinch, adverse house. in,the town Jackaoerille, eonnty of South tfthe lav lineend vmt of Vie princl. .- ndt 5,

tnd partake of the hoiHtalitkJi of the Brethren olJ taken with the greatest accuracy obtained., exact expreiion grant, being within the limits of the Arredondo Unral, an.l Slate of Florida, on the fin* Monday pal merii.Towiship'thirteen.excoptthe*. .. .5 S _ -
of the
further formal tarf countenance being Grant, and lying, Vine's In Febnwry next, between the usual boars of ile. ;
aekson Lodge, witheot any We would eArnestly recommend to personigen.. near prairie; also no eastern tier of :t
ranch of the land owned, or formerly the following deaeribe property,to wit 13 yoke t '
represented. -
< crally, not to let this opportunity pass without securing o. D. D. S. Corbitt" ospn,5 timber cart 70 <)UO feet of lire oak Sections,) of range thirteen. _
by or &
tation.ft. being part of a tract of Midnrtpng .
CHS* e. flTltj3.LTIfl.fl themselves Fractional ;
.A. rme, a LIKENESS of and friends, land known timber. ".5. townships twenty-six and tliirty-oae ,
when too late as Levy's 30,000 acre tract; also sec of fifteeu.. ; t
it is remarked, ;thai range j
as frequently 'Mm. all the S
tion 2 right, title intere4of !
township 11. 19 section and John
range 13, township Fractional
be for the UktMCM townships twenty-three twenty-four
of would paid ,
amount -
Ce4Wnttfrf any money 10 20 L'lingle, In and to a certain tract of land
,4t. range section II 11. ,
3. 8. ItT .t of absent or deceased friend. township range 21, lying twenty-five, twenty-six, thirty, thirty-one,, and _
some section 12 and being on the cast tide of St. John'river _5 1'T:4L
Our term.will beer moderate. Please'cal township 11; range 21, levied upon as thirty-two, nf range sixteen. _, 5 i rai
,. the property of isaac Frost; also section 16, town- containing tbooMnd acres more or less, and ; ,
and i1*our opecimTi*. (Pavillion on Mrs. Hall's known an a part of the Richard Mill Towntltipg twenty-three, twcuty-fuuro twenty : _
LIt ol Letters hip 10, range 20, section 5, township 9 19 grant,levied .
range fix fractional thirty
Lot, Forityth st.) Portraits can be taken in cloudy section 6, township 19 levied upon as the property of John L'Englc. to satisfy twenty ; townships : : : 55T.i; ytqj
EMAlXfVG la the I'oij Office at Jacksonville as well as dear weather and inserted,in the neatest \Vm..Thorn range upon as the an execntien in laror of Margaret (..ook.S thirty-one, and thirty-twff- range seventeen cju#. l0 X.* st4.Y,* r..*
It FWkIa Itecembqr 31st, 149:- ill framtt brenstpitit, tract!eta property trustee; also somnch ofihe Sections four to nine inclusive,. seventeen to
manner, rate, land, being part of the Arredondo JOHN C.. SMITH, OLD DR'JACO8Th\YNSENp
grant, owned twenty inclusive,and twooty-fiv to thirty-six in .
lorkrtt 4r.Xeighhnrheo4&
Ab ManpnrlJ. Joshua Knger-ringt. by Mary F. Lewis iTifr of John II. Sheriffof Daral ,
Lewis and eoanty. elusive ia towiuhi
township township two
will be visited where sufficient inducements .one, ] TUE OIINAL tnrthvgr.z -
Jacksonville Jan. S *ovrn
Andrea, Jactnta A Ma
'Fbo A MeBi-e., Frainis may IIATI1AWA & IIANKIN3.Jan. Lewis, sections pointed ont on day of sale; also so twenty-five and twenty-six, ofTaage eigfc TownseaG.SarsapzrflIz. .

An4u! LkMiicia M MOT I.J! Morris much of the land, being part of the AIThIOILIO S ENGRAVING. lee,,. S ; *v Old Dr.Tusemu4 b now ah** 7 yean .f ef*. Be4
IS. Moote, John 3. brant owned by tbeibelrs of Nathaniel WplI. -Townships one, two; three four-- twenty-fiv< has meg MB know. *.the jfrrutJt M4 DKOM* "

lVksParvan MeDpid1, John sections pointed out on day of Hale; ak
Wai? Wallet W-2 McFarUne, A Administrator's Notice. the land, being part of the Arredondo Gran* KSGRAVIXC Towna'uips,four and five, township seventeen, &flz&1P.qR1Ij4."lttrtn1p.uir, |M WBSCea*.
io ButanCtfarc
B1nIL K- MONTHS after date, we shall present our owned by Henry U. Marqnand. sections pointer Or the Death .f the Her. John'TTeslrvEXCHAVeD -. (except f eetious thirty and thirty-one,)'township peUe4 bees kept out of market and ui:$fcy aata which CircaaMcriaee'Bteaaa It fri B*

lUker.lIaunahllenton. Newqutn< Andrew SIX and vouchers, to the Honorable the out on day of ale-a* will ]*y for the State and eighteen, (except Sections five; six, seven;-"eight, those ostv who hud |* v4 1b< irwtfc aW kaM* IB*",,t

Angus ; o.I JnJee of Probate for Duval County for a final Bounty tax of Alaebna county for the year 1349, IS THEr HIGHEST STTLE OF ART, thirty,and thirty-one,) township nineteen, (ex- ?value It hud iache4 llm .si.a: misy, S .4

flair, Thuiiir-2 I Orrait, Allen settlement and discharge from the Administration together with the jwoMffcttctHjing oa said] BY JpFLV'sARTAIN; ESQ celL ructions five, six,eight, nine,fifteen,twenty as those prrwns *hi>bad fcre&|h atal of ueec dt.wand -n t

Ilrowa, Jorl S Ogilvie, L'ivh1rdiLiP4A of the Estate of James D. Pelote, deceased, late sale. two, twenty-three, twenty-five, and twenty-six;]) saved. from death.-pitwIdioM lu ezcuIls $ .
p* JOEL B. SMITH Sx-tious twelve thirteen
i twenty-four, twenty
Itoyertnaa, Jno Priest, Ann M ef said County. JOHN C. PELOTE, Tax Aicxor anl Collector of Alac'iua Co. OF MARSHALL CLAXTON. five, and tLtrty-siix, in township twenty; townsbp S .hEALiNG FttEB.) S

C. Philip !Jr CHARLES H. PELOTR, Jan. 3tfColombia Among the many good men who hare spent twenty-one (except Section 'mix;)- and -.townshitwentysix science Knowing B**zperMBc, ,fevbcfk ib.mirk' na&, ty b1iakl3L wolriil 4h

(Carlisle J IIannrrk Paine. Charlotte Administrators. their lire in the service of their Divine Master, of range twentyone.Township be of lactcasb4e-adaav.o-aw.hg* whkk wb. r"t. t

<* John G IVeMvtt, Darling January 3. 1SO. 6in few ever ciiTt d a greater influence for jsood than eighteen township nineteen, (cxcejl t ma* wnhhl IM furnUhe-J toWnc-H Ul fc 't.
I'oward. l>cuj Palmer. Michael C Comity, Tax Collector's Sale. did Jour \VE- LEV. With high powers intellect Sections three, four, five,eight, teii, fifteen, tweutyAven notice when it* hftioiaUe tf 4** waala b* ta.w' .

t'ulverVin Pettifigia, Byron Gi lie united gentleness of diiWMition which enabled and thirty-four,) sum! townships twenty and appreciated. .Tbla slats 1& .sae.ibe am '

<' 4iley,Thos''auova i a.Itirhard Solomon W.Morgan, Aaehmcnt. Debt Y VIRTUE of the power vested in me by him, at the came time that he touched the four, twenty-five, twenty-six, and twenty-seven, scppbd: this 5 : .- \' .

< Kamond 'ne. James J 75. Bond 60.THE law, I shall expose for sale, before the Court tender chord*of the human heart, to convince the of range twenty-two. OMfXL) .IXI) CXQU.Fjg: t'itzpsxana. 1.

C..znphcll. Ua1it Kvbia' >u, Abuer Alexander Bam4ilotte. 5 11ou'i e door, in the town Alligator, on Monday, understanding of the troth and importance of the Township tventy-six, of range twenty-four. Is throughout manufactured lbs lensta oetbetarcicdeasd ant brea&to.w fa) raftee M .ii, \.', ''- 4. '

Calhtgbcm Jas Katclt.ro. Thos L defendant and nil others interested are the 23d day of January next, the following de holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. North of the bane line and east of tie principal ly as it is oust Incapable of dufeqera&oa IeadsapsakI..e deisz & : 5Oqa.

Cain, i'iukneyCaia Rich rdn, John notified of the commencement of this scribed property, or so much thereof as will pay And when we take into consideration that' his meridian.* S : s tm.

M'M P t ub, Fiaueis suit, returnable to a jii-ticeV court, to be held at the ltate and county tax due thereon for the year manifold labour of usefulness extended t ft a period hulks young 8. PTuwa'seiimi't tsqweess ss2'; : a'

( Carr'Elca Roberts, F Alligator, on the third Saturday of March next, 1849, and the necessary espcnscs incident thereto, of more than half century-that during the Township one, of range, seventeen.At lad sever ehanr.es. bat tat tM fceufr; beeaaw ills -'

U.Pavis S.Saxtoii ant to ap{>car and plead to the sam,. vi?: 140 acres first rate fund, lying about two whole]>eriod an unerring course of rectitude was the land office at 'TALLAHASSEE, commencing pared .* tdntife frinapUt Iff"a l ctratfhishett a. .

SanaK. R liiveu under mv hauJ and seal, this ISth day miles above Colnmbns, on the nwannee river, manifested in his walk and conversation cea-w on Monday, lime tweoty-fi day of Jan- ries of Uw kuowtedg> lit bare*of aU UhrwUtry been hruotal;afc i.iosequWms the kisia S \ J.

'' :rattou. Nathaniel of Dccctaber, liW. now or lately belonging to the estate of Thomas to wonder at the very high decree of estimation ttttry next, for the dipo>>al of the {.nb'tc lapd-i, sit the maaaCicuire'or the f M Ors !>tuMftUWThe| 8a W- % h'

LTlii, James >mallj Alo'iio C HUGH G. HUNTER [u .] Jving ton, deceased. with which his luimory u chcrihednot only by aatjil within the undermentioned tuvniihips and snparilla root it ia well krnwa idedicBl um cesse : 1 :; ;

*'. &>laua, Matthew jan 3-3ra Justice of the Peace.Iteroratlou Also, oiue unimproved lot in the town of Co- the member of the denomination, to the upbuilding parts T>f townships, to wit : .ayuwdiem4 pfimpfljjftfl4 mc4. ppnes-ujaa -. '

Flower, I) I) inithl J XSteveiU. Iambus, (number not known,) belonging to John of which him untiring energy and exemplary are inert or useless, eM othea.,!, hICk if retalaed Japrepnriaj ;. ,
Foniay. J i Son-2 Thus II of Power of Attorney. B. Linn. piety no much contributed, but by the truly pious South of the lose line, and cast fftJ e principal it iuT use produce firauttstif* aaA gIi41'.s

Forhee Win &il JuoV 2 Jonathan TVW'OTICE hereby given, that I revoke the Stien/f ami tr.nff. Tar Anrvutr The death of Wesley perfectly consonant lies uf Sanaparilla are so arfcuhd Ul they eattelf -\a
Friend wa The four
Strong, -L Power of eastern tier of Sections in towathlp evarorate and are loss la the If they are aid .: ,
t pr
Attorney given by me Gregory rptksaj
and CtJtimbia County. with the his life
Cv.Goniiae Sjuirkluaj. Elizabeth CcVtctornf even rectitude of protractrd and of three. '
range by a itientife TBCCM fcw Bj aly to'Ikeaf -
Vale. Ert d.tted in the month of March
Alfred :!a41Iaw, Akxauderi ] 13J9 or Alligator, November ii. 1319. 22td ad>U another to the many j>roof that the "end of Fractional tOwnship, of range six. eapertenced 1* kit uiaaoaeruse Mmur.r.rb.... .,, .
thereabout. to sell 36.02 63 lOt
i T. April or the good man ii peace." Thloing scene oft he Township three, of range seven. dZ*prnciplct. which fly off la V
Herbert. J XIlomm. TUWI' HI. Exey acres of land, in the ArredondoCinint Alachua Colombia Tax Collector's Sale. life of this venerable man is the one which Mr. Townships two and three, of range eight. floa. under heat, are the very tt-Vfiiaf wtdittl frmirtiu > 4'

William Tuon, Joel county, jointly owned by Mid Yale, John ii. County, CXxton has so happily chosen as the subject of Townships two, four, five, and mcix. of range of the root, which giv* to U jltju n.loe.0 : .)
JIMI WHiltiMi T.m4lagret Payne, and the heirs nf N. Brush. his beautiful paiutjng faithful of which, nine. ABJpersoa eaa boil or new Ai.ii** UU they nt ft .' S S
Iloj-jicr. CHAS. W. BRUSH, VIRTUE, of the power vested in me by copy dark cntnrnt Dqulit. which ia n& Croat the e.i.ji
Henry Th ma Js-2Th B I tHgrnrrd in an elr iftt minner, we have thought Toinwhip twelve, of rang? twelve. matter la the root this from '
Executor of the E 'tatc of X. Brush, dec'd. law, shall expo*} fur gale, in front ui the aaflvUiaf else; mM sea' .

IleudCrsoo.llayne William Wta iut5: JV.. Palatka, l>ec. 21, lSW.-jan3-tf Court house door iu the town mmf Alligator, on to would have be framed a memento and hang which up thousands in the parlour.would wi.>In h North ofths bass Uric, and irest of the principal then tout Btolanea.-aBti strait \m4-omr then call t. : 74

the first Monday iu May next, the following de- meridian.Secti'HH *
.1. Verdcn, George order to enable fiucli a* desire to do this to gratify EXTRACT or SYRU1V ut. zc is aotth ardels 5
scribed much thereof will .. S
or so as .
property, juiy known aa theGETtULNEOLDDIt 1 : _
IrtingJnoM State of Florida, Duval Conntjr.Marisli the State and county tax due thcreoti for the their desire, Mr-Sartain, who glands at the bead twcaty-i ven, thirty-foar, aaj thirty- JACCtII TOWNSND'- S S

.. J. \raktfild. Lcvi SJones,3lary King, Esecutrisi of Tho- years 147.14S. and 119, and the noccMary ex- of his profe ion in the United Stares, has been five, of township five, of range eight. SARSAPARlZL5: :,
Ana Vi1liiiiii engaged.to engrave this elegant picture in his ructions twenty-one and twenty-two, in township -
aney thereto, viz 4X( )
incident nt-ond
ma* King, dee'd, coinpl't, ponies : acres extensive This U so prep-tred.that aittImi Inert AroperUeS ef the S
K.I'sm4datl. ollt JWerdurnianj ate land Ferry the style, and. reiving upon an patrt n- : four, of range nine.
Ltvingitou"s on
lying near
rs. the has been BO low that none who cutious tl two Li to\vu lnp three oi AfnapanHafimt are drag remove ; rrrry ihlif rspaftle .
J price pat ,
hn Margaret age cue ,
Sam! L.Burritt, Att'y in tact and nwaouee river, purj> rtirig to belong to Amos desire it need be without it. The Engraving fa ofa eleven. > ef becMuiof acid i r at fenttentCiov, t e xtraete4 sad .-r, .
Knight William Agent of Elizabeth helton and Bill in linney. range rejected; then every iartuie of m.JTwal vittaeia aceaied.- I ,
Kurtz, Catherine Yale, Thus Administrator of Mary Curtis, Chancery. A. J. Wr.IGIlT, ., large size, suitable for framing, and will l be Se<:tioiu eighteen, nineteen thirty, and thirty- ia a porv aad eiwcean teJ 6111; taid tCua ii b ramdocc*7' '
I*. dee'd and Arthur M. llced. ad- Sherfjf amiIJToff. Tat Axxruutr printed on the best quality of heavy plate paper one, in wrwnip two: Secttwus four, five, eimt. ineapahle of hmoc any of its Vi&aMe aa4'haatepropertiea. ().'- S. f '

jfavonr. Jhe A To any Ilagnerrian Ar- of John Fnner de- and CuUtctor. CtJuiiibiu County. in a very superior manner each impression presenting nine,seventeen,eighteen, nineteen, twenty, thirty Pped| ia thu wayLit i* asuda tha BMBC.B :.
IIkIaL MfVlluh ti.&i&i.ctn'ille. rninii'trator all the beauties of tJint dust proof anti and thirty-one, east ofChuctatv IlatcUe river, powerful afent in the< \.: 5
||, R. of Alligator, November 1 I, I49. 2 td S '
a.-Hi4l and YoHg
<* % '
31. will bo furnished at in township three; Sectijn*four, five, nine, ten, Cure of innumerable d1IeaIe1-
the State of Georgia, and Thomas Hence the reaauo' h 'craaauwladaaB aarfe?
Mullen fifteen tweaty-oiie, twenty-two twentyven, why we if ,
Barney Napier, of the State of New Columbia County SheriJTs Sale. THE rOLLOWIXC rSC.TAU.T LOW PRICES: twcnty-eight.'tweuty-nine. thirty-two, and thirty- every aide ia its lavr by amen,WM? MS,aad liililieat, IT*fm .'

Pcrsoas applying for Letters in tbe a Vive LJ-rt, York, Executor of John Frarer, 1 Copv, 2 501( 7 Copies, JtV0..) three, wet of Choctaw Ilatcbie river, in township find it dotnc wooden la the cure*f .

will pla e*ay they are ajvertise4, or they may dec'd,defendants.IT 'It.L BE SOLD, in front of the CourtHouse 3 Copies 6 001 13 Copies 2) 00 fanr; Sections six, seven, eighteen, ninefsen. COJfSUMPTlOJf JlYSFF.fSlf. **i iJYkk I1..'. W 'it
bUTTS I fUOVaod ia RHEUtflyN8COWLS l t
MAKhl ?
uot get them. 1'ut Master.javroTJCE. appearing to me by affidavit that Philip U. door, in the town of Alligator, on 20 COPIES FOR THIRTY DOLLARS! twenty, twenty-eight, tweaty-uine. thirty-three, PI/.KS. cosTirrjrf.s& cOTAVKyut Kvr, .
Jan. 1 loSO.
: \iMige, executor, defendant in the bill filed the first Monday in January next, within the au.I thirty-imur. we.t of Choctaw Hatchio river, DJcxsP.vFLs; RLOCTilXJendsZl swdMa IJ4
in the above can.-**-, rcrijes oat of the State of usual hours of sole, the following described prop- So that members of congregations and others, in township five, of range sixteen. '

.-A X OK THE UN BRED Florida to wit, in the State of Georgia, and that .rtr.towit: by sending together and forming clubs,can obtain Sections tbirty-oue and thirty-two, ia townalilp IMPURITT.OF TtO D. :
the said Thomas Xapier. eiecutor, te.. also reide the southeast of the southwest this most impresiive picture at of uLn-tecn. it
JJll HORSE nccnstomcd to draft'and a very quarter quarter one, range possesiesa n nr ll 1aat trotter,will be rurrLKit aauon a* the chances ont of the State of Florida, to wit, in the aid the southwest quarter, of section twenty-six, Only one dollar and a finlf a tripy!!! At the lanil oSce arST.AUGUSTIXE. eomineuciugoQ t 'ie from In&fritun, rntw'.fcuttcy.tS4V.UIsei. S '. .
are taken, at Sicjft Bur II a. IWnuns wultiiir tate of New York: in township six of range seventeen east contain- Monday the f rarteenth d.>y of Jacaa- unequal c-rratatina. drutrmiaatlo<*>btood(a tte kead.',: "tpalpitating
.Draft Horse -invited to call / it unlerrd. That said defendants appear and log seventy-nine mud 1-lUjth acres, levied on asthe Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are .f the bran,cold bet aqd AMM caU chOJto -, ,,
of the lands
first situated
a, rate, ate. next, for the JLfposcl public -
.*' an.-rwcr the silt bill within four month from the property of the estate of Francis It. inches, nineteen figures representing the following per- ry cad hot flashes met the body, Jl lea Mt Its eqmal t 4 3
aied.r sen (of of whom accurate portraits arc given within the nadennntioned townships, anti caMs amidks; and prosaott5 U' ItAsS
of Ibis order otherwise it shall bo writ of fieri fasias issued
first eceaj-e.l
publication ; satisfy a
Jamk.oaiUeJan. If). 1J30. tf to wit .
from originals of great mrity.) parts of townships, : and eaUe iwriprstiew. rela1ag Ec SfSJs'i
taken rnufram. roia the Circuit Court of Alachna and Levy .
pin tfimat.sad other .
It it further ordrrtJ, 1 hat a copy of thus order counties, in favor uf Elias B. Gould vs. John J. Rev. PCARD DICKIJSO.X. South of the base line, and east of the principal la aching every S*iu siceflence partBut me iLdsity .ss S rmd

:Black wood's Marazine.ASD be jmbliihed iii sm* rcwpaper printed in the "sancLe*, aJininbtralor :of Francu R. Sanchez, Rev. JOSEPH BRADFORD.Mr meridian. acknowt.drmd thin Ic all kinds af stare Of us ,

Eastern Circuit of the State of Florida once a .leeeaeed. S CHIRLE' \Vcsucr. '( 'Section thirty- FEMALE COMPMI5TEL, ,
Township twenty-two, sxwrpt
THE week for four month A. J. T. WRIGHT MJ.' KAKAII WERLEV. two and the southeast fraction of Section tvtentyliiie It works woiwlcct.in eax* o(H<*r *0 Wl1itri.
BRITISH QUARTERLY lIE V1IVS. THOMAS DOUGLAS, &crij' C. C. Rev. TaoiiAs ILtXEif. ; of .,.fzkg IV.aa, Ohsfr.ds4 5'PPuim. ?l5fat fiWease
,) and township twenty-seven rauge tweutywrea. ,.. of ,mad tirti4 ;
Irttfularity th.rrplpesisdi
Alligator, Xor 1 L 13: &. 22tdSlicriOr's Mrs. ESTHER Axx ROGERX.
Prea.iv.au to Netc lert! Judge, Sfc.JacksoavlUc : Miss RITCHIE, aflerwardJ 3In. MORTIMER.- like; and H as elorctual In enrtu$ ajl, *M \,.
twenty-three twertty-foar twentyive -.
Nov. 21th,15 -dccl3-4m Townships at' Iiiesse. : tj 5 I
reVolntiO3J44 Sale. Rev. JaMES ROGERS. twenty-six and township twenty-seven, (cxcept By rMnt.Tin* nistntrilrtBS and rt ktief tia*|Mrtl ?" '-,,
the late nnter-revo-
Owing: to
Master JAMES ROGERS, a child seven years of tine .id tte'vkol ?} .
and tliirty- spteinltpves suwajtk bs4, 'IIL!
Sections thirty-tme, thirty-two, ,
lotivasaong the nations f Eii -aMhiwed e, which have timid all Peritua reY virtue of writ of fieri fuias iJ3ueil out of then "
To thr AYidow. next of Kin, a age, the only person noir Imngnrbo was three of eight. lad thas cares all lurss of'i fef ', S S b'4
each other in such u:4 accession, and ialerrated Iu tUeE tatc of the late D> the Circuit Court, and to tnu"directed, 1 will present.Rev. : ,) range twenty and twenty-six of Nervous diseases aad debility," '." 1 ,

of wkieh"the end it writ yE, UjciU I *4ig 1crioji- Joseph Vao;ht.TKTOTIC'i xpose at public sale, in front of tie ConrtIIouaeit JAMES CKEIGHTOX.Rev. Townships tweuty-2ve range tad thus preTCAtx or relieres a fnpt vufcty cfetMT ,' .

vf Great Britain have been! iureited with that six wr-eki from the Town of Palatka, ou the first Monday in ALEXASDEC MATUEH. wenty-niue.Lands by law fur the use of naUdies. as.Smisat trrifatica. X'surs4erssa" rrIfiltptu -
a oVgrce interest hitherto uulcupy rie They oc- ; is herefy given, W.Brush. 'cbruary 1350 between the usual hour4 of wile, ROBERT C. BRACKENBVET.Rey. appropriated Vace. Sa..jiiwf, flu, CS>r i w ,*e.A.7 S'5' 51 f5
lion C. other win be _
the excluded
ill the date hereof shall apply to "cliool?, military and pursued a.1 < A *
a middle grouad between tliiaa4 a led. necesiouily imierfect] I 1 r curds of thea.ea1ITI Judge of the Probata C'mrt for the County named i&ciiliea ; taken ia execution at the suit of Rev. Ti!.>MBrtoADBKXT.. from the tola. tIns, nines the skuinach.- and gtvpte& 4pseu. eIt.
for letters of administration upon The offering of the above mentioned lands win .,.. the bowela st and b'
and the elaboratej, { onIeroui'trra&iso'tuLfurni.bedhythehLt of Putnam John rMiupMoa, Aduiinistrator of John Baker, dec., Rev Grouoa WltlTFIELD. torpor ceeatssan allays p 4 j
the tate of Jj.U.Vaugbt.late of 3Lariun County t9 citrnmeneed oa the days artjiointed, and pro- lamm*n'oa. pahnen the skis ,qeai *b.ctftaU .1j4c r
ej At the
run at fuTS. will be sold to said writ. game "
a and sati.ify Rev. JOXATUAX EDMONSOX.JOHS
deceased. eeeln! tlis order in which they are advertised. .if the blnod. pmduein{ fen tie! wun .4aelty an .,w. >*
tore day. The American Publtf] therefore, State St Florida, MILTON IIAYXES.Palatka place immediately after,; a negro slave named HORTOX. Eixi one of the Executors of with all convenient despatch,until time whole shall he bndy. and the ianeoiibUitrittare peraifstiimtseIs2SlllS.a
lreu it proper to rail renewed alifi tion to thee Charles ; taken in execution at the suit of John Mr. WESLEY'S WilL S have been offered and the soles thus closed. But aad tlfhtneu. removes *& bonrtlou. aa4 '
Fla. ,
the low t which Putnam co W. IViinon. and will be old to satisfy said writ. \VELEV' the '1 aettais Ikem* tit'sThe.
Periodical,awl very prk4i they .- l F49.-2-6t. Dr. JousVHITEHEAD, Mr. Physi-1 10 sale thai be kept longer than two weeks; vignrate enure B rv 'os sptewt. .
are.Beted to rub rriue.j. The hll Jtag u their Nor. ROBERT T. BOYD clan and Biographer.A md no private entry of open any oi* the lands will be medicine yon prerrt.ulIynetdt u :
Putnnni .
Iista&; 3 i-hierifF Connty.Palalka Medical Assistant to Dr. WHITEHE.ID. admitted until after the expiration of the two Bateau anynflhssethIanbeseWp.P.7ewaasudI

TIIKLOXDOX QUARTERLY 1IV1E\V NOTICE. Putnam Co., IXwmberS, 1S19.Dec. Agents, for the sale of this fine work of art, are reeks. Bferior aneh; 1 rbis zow fluma',. thIatJ $ aimS WtzS

THEKIHVBUUiill IIKV1EW, 3>.-Iaw4w wanted in every part of tbe United States. For Given under my hand at the city of Wasuing- COMPARED WITH THEOLPDR1Steeanie ; '
.sniSCniBER. having retired from further addre.- this fifteenth September, Amino Domini of one CRAXD PACT tfcn the *M la 1KCA ,
KKVH-rw particulars, ton, day '
TIIIv WEXTMIX&TEK: REVIEW mereantile-'btuincw re *ctfnlly requests Sheriff's Sale. GLADDING & I1H1G1NS, Publishers, one thousand eight hundred mad fortv-nine. ?fABLE of DETERMIR 4TIOX. SB* I K I iL

1 all iwrwn* having demands*agaiu him to present Methodist Book Store, No. 40 North Fourth By the President : 2.TAYLOR.. .5 NEV R SPO V*? S I 1 1i
EDlNBURGll ATI. the came br settlement without delay, and those be sold, in front of the Court House Street, Philadelphia. BUTTERF1ELU while tW other DOES ; seurf.g JAt1aM is .
BLACKWOOD'S Indebted to him. by book account or otherwise, to in the town of Jacksonville, on the the General Land tar tta .Wacoamiuiaglllai frumeit $ESI.eT. $
1.zbesspcricdi&a'ste et4Afthe views, make payment' before the first of January next, first Monday in February next, at the usual hours This Elegant Engraving will be furnished of Office., liquid eipJ. Jiaiha and dmmitiaglug otIieroeIa 4.Ji.se ass S ;: : 4 Ii

OdfLd4hI4ZtI C1CtIJ *M or their liabilities will be pUoed in the proper of saLr the following described property, to wit; wholesale and retail, by the Methodist Book Establishment hnmbte eompooad b* poiaoaawa I&M.i7ua t.eWWalciiistl1lpItaairUd
} officer's baud that certain or parcel of land, lying 200 Mulberry St., New York, and NOTICE TO PRE-EA1PTION CLAIM Je ad.cW&i4I2t m
.f &h.thiee frwt Mrttes ia :& gUnd-Tory, for collection; rAil piece all k .
ia hot add t Dt net *
the United State What causes Uy ]*p
their .r.t
Vbig aski iadicaI-B1aekwj4i'i aud theOaarUrly" A. J. T. WRIGHT. and being above the town Jacksonville on McCoy's by Agents throughout ANTS. hat when fund soars U oar itmnaeu. wVat aJrj.*
[dJsId s are Tory; t 14, 1819. 23NOTiCB. t creek, on the waters of the St. John's, containing The purchaser of this this Plate Engraving ha been plcaaobear by Every person entitled to the right of pre-cmp- t t fvm eea t antnleaee, bemutharaJpltlsa .jt

lUview" Wiigand ihe "WestmiasW Kevi wliberal. three hundred and fifty acres,known by in mind that engraved that iou to any of the lan.t within the townships and a.t. KM* cnaqWaial. dianba of and Hardship: granted by Mr. Sartain expwjly. for this edition, and cunuptioa Of abe blood ww u. iertran. iwi -' ,
.. TbeA'vrth British fiHtrytw" owesjt.esi&Uiabi.et she naina ef townships above enumerate, is required .
be all of the fir-tt order parts m3g aUTlrhich I kuau
the will therefore T What
Government to I aac Hendricks iu nnpre&iions the hunnr la tha hndy
the of
Iii the last grtctee.iasksI Spanish .o establish the same to the satiifuctioa
Hind sItrc
tccjndliandEsfitk of the Skia Scald ,
ia ScolUad and is l cltra in Us February, A. D. 1904, with all the improvements and not such as are taken from ant Receiver of the Und o'Bce, briaf em Eruptions ;
laovement | PAUTJfETtSHIP heretofore.existing Plain.NOTICE. Register- proper jMiua. En ilpeta*. WThiw SwelUaca. fev*OMM, aa* -
views* Lay ene W the graud drpkrt >at< ef Iia- rlLC dissolved thereon, levied upon as the property| nt the estate md make payment therefore, at toon atpmrtirait alt ateerailoBs! Uteraal and exunal 1 tttetttalaf w*
p.aka.wIcdge; it was ori inallyi Wit 4 by Dr. .1. between the subscribers i is this day 'James Long, dec'd "satisfy a writ of fieri fa lifter rtn'nx this notice j and before the day ap- der beareo. bat aa aclrfrahsouie*,wbLsaeS,aWtfca -1Tpoila S S

Chalsaera, ad uew.eiaoe his dea b, we; ndacted by mutual consent. .All ,persons baring claims elms famed from the Circuit Court of Duval county The eo-partnewhip heretofore ex- Kknteil: for the commencement of the pnbto sale alt the flaids of the body, am tr aal.r Wba4 ,, ,
-start the late firm are requested to prem'IenttheUstoo in favor of Daniel Awry vs. Mary Loaftj- claimed otherwise mm Kheamati, bat a sourer add *sUrwhkfc ataoaies .
Ly bis..o.in-UwDr.. Haaaa, as r< for and ahttwlMievMawar -
David Brcwster. Its literary ehaitcicr of the tediUM either of to M the are nndersigned reuest4 to payment pwke iiame4i; ministratrix oa -ho Cf .le of James G. SMITll l l.on', dec'd.JOHN firm of LBWW COLBT k COTIPAJIT, ia this day S such claim will bo forfeited.BUTTERFIELD T and iuelf laflMMtBC betweea the deiicaie theJntatt tteaee ta n watek>ttrta :
J. ,
Urbsei erjer. The UVotoalusUr though di4M lved mutual consent. .
very > by : 1,8o of uenunsdiieasea.ofbtbebto.M; S i i1 p
uider that sitle ooly, *s j&distsed inL.glaad ctt1eiei&L SherilT of Duval county, LEWIS COLBY, Icmmiwoner of the 'General Land: Office.AVlilovr Sc dcrantml cteutaiie-a.d aearlyall'iaU's1Wwbbaic1hvw.auaalaie. -
.n4er the title of the 'F'.niga Quarter. OLIVER WOOD By CEO If. M.MITII, D. S. D. C. II. FLETCHER. Oct.lI-13w STa .. S 4 wtr1*
sal Wenaiudev ii being in -ualo of PHILIP COX.COPAIlTIfEHSIIIP Jackwnvltte, Dec.27, 1549.jin3tl tow is H aot aorChle w aieka at sen;sa4 uti14, S
a4 !
7 lVeu' YorL &pt. 5th, .1 8&8.CIflCULAR. the nest of Kin, antI all per- w. -Mt so Ibis -- i ,
the tw.Ianiewa formerly p.Wiahed 4rrpJ&e4 s.i, 1819-6-tI SSherlff' iHtrrested In thr Estate ofTl oBi < DURING }tML1hTI..AcaS
aader aemrate titles.- 'It las.thfreforel lh advaa- Sal ,, Clwey-late of AlacJioa Co out yFloil la, POTJND" OF &PTOWKZPWt1 .
t.j by this eobkmo- *utiag ia one & -
.to bu .
The subscriber ipectfully announce dre'd. .,, sad vet be mnmM COa have U.4eJ1Ssc4thM
werktaftfafetfeafaaeoefUtbafBThe & 4 be sold,before t ha Court-lie door, friends the that ho will continue the Si from tub towameniT Oannu Original SrfvfrJ L.* ? -
WILL and public, JBTOTICE is hereby given that, nkty days
abovsL'r4o4U-rra fa: New Jacksonville the first '
of on
the .
town i bLlnfertot .
and FITnL1.cHJGbusinesss& 1TA11UN of IIrePIISI.UOII ,
same line of the BoatiWiti to the lion l S
the iliahI.
inform LSI hereof apply
Y.t1jiiaJia.4y s Ibej ITIta t British TJXDBRSIGIKD hereby Monday of February, ICO, between the usual 4e. 141 Nauaa street, which has the date ,w of the Probate Court S S Hiavew SuAld that w euetflseflusu p4 S
intoaCopartiMMhip.'fn'kr Brush
entered Hiarles W. : Judge .'
icaajerf, la ai sauuiui clear type;* wa-.ju** white .L j)4bIieLh.ttbybavethis day olBURWMG'foW'lt hours of sale, Lbs following yruperty. to-witt 5 been panned by tin ldo ftnn. having been regularly of.i'utnam for the admission to' oat4 beas lb.ds.INssbIasess6sTwa4j jj*
the name-and stjK (6r the county !
.fjltfefal o/itbeierjginalf, about 2J Aray, aged bu se.d'.sicl.InadwktehIhoudbdIidm'uPOO1M,,.
rjwr, P4 are copies slaves-T na, aged years; to wiiich is
bred the Added
to biuinou. of Thoma
Hotel of the last will and tcrtameut ? uiesseitla toad.( siMutat ,
OtX, to conduct- the 3. Le- Probate Old 1* such I cupfutm S S
ffhekwoAjTs Magasiae .being as ftxfef! fjcfititffft heretofore occupied by 0..Wood aboat 12; John 7;Louisa 5; and Thouja experience in the ht s concern from its commencement Harey, LiU of Alachaa, County, 'deceased, (the oaafjuBt AfeeU who h 5 -
J. Hickraan
iht Edinburgb editiea. j in Jacksonville such arrangemenU for rind npon M the property of Joshua lie feels! eouQdapt that he can offer to his same beMg anuncnpatir. wUl,) aad- for luttersestaiaautary !. .
Tk1P13 Jt; Co.; 'W are making deceased, and pointed out by \VmHiekraau, oaoof patrons advantageous terra*. //Tb primary,ob-, ; Iirrdri
wiff thcrcoa.. .
J/ : Winter. ea*> as rend sr our fi. -
trvrMu-lilng sxecutorsof saul deceased, to satidy a S
i .. '! piranaomFeraaycWof to tht cot of this ostabluUra will be lime publicationami S hOPkINS,
Uee soioarn
; most desirable > of Duval county, f- -
establishment ] issued from the Circuit Court such as are tat 8. rTow..nd'uaId.adOt&c4VTOw*
fat sale Books especially
the fear Cericwj. I i| ritmg East FUrida in William Bailey, administrator de bouts ioalion. 4 Urge aft SanaparUta are Ifttm-wiJi.j.&sal laJteifWff ;
persons the d i
t.< do. J \ 3flOFerHackwued'cMaptW' acoommoON m anent or tran the sud adapted to liaptwt n S Putnam County Florid TNovemScr itnm&trfibaHbrT BM nlike to ta"/P 'ti *Bt-h*
prepaid bi i > oon of Jfcljn Bellamy, d oM, U platnUff. aisdrtnjcnt of ftbUlh school books will bo &sp&{ Palatka, **
F., tbrt 40 ... '7 II, liuar4ersS Putnam William Htckroan. Iiilah will bepaid. 9tH \* Nov lAw.S. aviB B H one statle Aiaf ht a aiBir f* :;-5r>; v4* '
10fItUflwJtheUvi.wg. uent- IWFPINOI'ON Jii[ Benjamin and to this ffopartutant much attention r S As 8. r.Towp.icad ia ao duelor.aaa s.ui.rws. Is a-t fakenibt '< : ,
x <00 SAMIYgI ; D. Hart, Executors of Joshua IIickin4H> ded, If Salbath schools, ,wishing l to repkjnwb --- .Sheriff's Sale. ,BO isssc..Ual-wsau aw JBONT of wa atee4t9rdUeeae ::
PHIUP cox.: are defendants, their libraries or to pnrcbaa* new ones, will fur- I thaBaayetaercoBjaioawaafealflst) iiiiB i KMTfoalowB. '- '
; JOhN c. wrmltieriffof books they .f writ of Fitri Far'ni.waned what nrtt the patttt h uM&.t i
< ward their funds a 4 a ljt of saoi VIRTUE a *cast :
J if Jq4w.o4 sud the arKevi w;, | i 1000 i, 189.6-tf. Dun county. already have, their orUer will ree .ir l'rou 4P t attention -By,,ut of the Circuit Court and io me dirvctrf, they are ieev1Df a glacial seieada tnffitrt*& ,, s'

.'.mecrolanui Collector's JacksonvliV,January 3, 150. and the selection will b* carefully laadejAho I will expo.- at public sale, ia front of the courthouse Jain;an the virtues of Ihe ankle*IMU b |WfA i ailBKaSftOr*s .
Nsau County"Tax school 'nd bhwfc bwA*, d 14 the town',Jacksonville,_oa the first cad which ae tasatusblS.CchapSii'hl1
.1 PLELIUM1. : ,w W bo kept, er them the AGENTS of Dteaw laW ef feattk.j*
Sale, of sermon paper.linarrUge Monday in February next, between the ntmal trfca kawW*HMhia s
k of UM'fuBo&pg ln* Sh.rUT'$5If, stationery every variety; Bat what el e afcmiU beeipeeird lMpael ;
'M.Ldfhgc1 v YJRTUE o: the pqwer Tested In sue by certificates, 4c .Furrfga:;Bouk imported tours, the following described propertyto--wit't a mnvelroCaM 41Ci.wwtii J3 Jaw, I shall CZPPS$ fur sale Ufore Lime Coon-; UTYIltTUBof> : a'decreeof foreclosure Circuit grantJBL for a small commuuion; ft-A. liberal dwcoant AU that m.uaage an4 lat of U d, itaate, lying aim a proon f sonn eaperieoce W ck as!sen* .,. ."
agf&s,3I-.ctzxa; *, C4uir Iqqse4 ?!., in-Va waM coatyoa jLlOn- ** ed at the late November term of the will be wads .to. booksellew minitew *nd teach and being in the town/of JuJcM-tvilie- coonj eve. a euntmna deceit msal.'- Itow at %'T .5S

?; 'i'if 17 the 214 slay 41 Jauaasl next, the following Court of Duval county, State of Florida and according ers. DWAHDILFLJ. ..: Cf.Dnral. In the tato of FW.IOa, knowa-and hauls 1* lM the (wnoMwho' aiaaafcetaJt' eSjt" S S4eaid

_, X4rkr3asr1 Mvssae described 47, property, or se much thereof s will *y to the requirements thereof Conrt-Honsff.'on I will expose New Tort, &pIi. I84. described.oIhe town, plat bfaij-town, as lot kt, : -. '; 'tssI4vu1'L '

isjo.qwrrtcr4' Rtntir, 4 4x4 State tax due thereon forth? years speci6ed at public sale, in front of the the : imaber 4, in' sqaaie number 5-and t>nau.Ied oahe :wzAz oaicnait aa.a1ai zrra414 .
Rerinr; ,the NO aws U 0'TeUrtteJ byWin. K harris,sa UratJiomlftJ & February next,between the usual Head Qanrters, Florida MI'j1 north by Forsythe street;*adt by Wiuhiagtonireet koakt know wefl t1i..sc1 pvoperU.* V .S1Lf. ii

Fmtig*. iafli{ RtritVt agent for Mary Harrisbttt torulivIY known P-s the hours of ssJ following described- property,to S ). ISO. '5WJ'I1EREM ;south by lot nitniher3, iq mid sqaim;miff esas Iraws.Btaanrr aUa uf ma ncwrief ejl*i*iv aa4 kaewledra cwKMQalnt of iSeue I ; !'

., : lalkiS Of lL-eadwy, tyin' qa' Mary's iirer, wit, *, am election fir tI'e following by lot-number 1. ftirsid ,fqnar,cantaiaio oM) >whUh need the hanaa syitea eaa h.w M aJaplltaealseues .55. -
i qq5 $414 lnd for Ihe Akt flf Officers to wit: one-Major General hundred and 6 yp fact smuresuor.dr lite5A4ImtO: l1sW : ' < i ** ;
Field .
t uacb4Q4; to tsf7 1PUU{ t&z; V V Nui
Aay .u.sbscribig W a !iQiO 01 .
*' f'oataiarog 'forty aores
r f t" of
4.7" 21 tract land Situate
cefUih .
ihsfl //Section -tiIbt or'parcel frauds the ,
for&t ; eaIPeusI
nvesssz7imoaimiO *
4 Goera If is w ftrm upca
.f the Reviews at 93 a or ta; yJwq qf the ytlrltI3l3i.46, 47n4 $tate of Fla., fur l.{ Division,one Jllajw .
yea, ohAnrtnm, less,lying and being in DH lCmy G et.eral for Irf JJrljpwf. 0111brigadior lyin and bein in the 'eoanty of DHVA!, oa tie & IM faito uncalled tmmailv. 3m, tJeSDS lb. dma.jj
t'-mlJl&]f.at 83-Will rieelvegaIia, ; letUlnpenas the,property of TboV..J. Jones ion one Brigadier for 31 Brtg11e;anti oa. lelga. east side of ft. John's"rlvcrv aad"soninjra side ofoodshy'i sde1 k
of aay ef the frmi i8S frfcjova*e wt> .? to iaUsfy and Cornelier Jones, to satisfy an .fcxeention IB. Gticrtl; Florid Mtliti ,-was Lakeland boarded on ;the nortttwesttrly Isp.the etasheil and bvnkeuaad to baaUi.JJHR. SturnlI7 taa (7r -
A aabaeriber three oldie IVrirtd* eL astje the lndg nt $ Wortkiagtqa* for the ni" w-J- W.hlry. dine Cnera1 fur-Un Brigade 4ACX1B, TOWXSEOUNO .bAa'OVtuI4? aa4 m, -,
nay l3l favonroJJB."llad i. nit October !3 19,and it side by aokl river and said lake; on the sotttbr
ji4 tMl4 f9r tis year. held the Ut day appear. WtIlo&JS S
$ 11io. oa tbe
97 ji or th .foaf JJ-.f xw te t; 4i e.S W;Jones vs,' Wrn H. oppnttBattT aesea
at ash
year, faceive ant and Thomas of the return* made tit the westerly sidti by a line commoaciag an tre<
twe premium rttfqraes aiabov.,t ._. lw, P47, 'ptt.49wIth .11 neoess1i SIJfZ7 expetilea TiVT, man<, and others, property pomtad oat by Deftad- lug Executive by a full OfretbatS canvas ' .* growing from a cypress stamp 'on the batik of said Grand 5 VvemaiCnCentted4 '
A tabeeriber ta Black wood and Ujretjf ficriews, Lt JjjinfiOti "* east Remedyv.4 -
the ant i' elected General of river snjramdug.'Outh-foTty-trd .5 f
at 09 a r to the four}lrievitf)4 JHa k known atth.Iamdot John ?ettltO1t15fY'48 _JOHN G. gxmii smxat.By John I4iUoi {js doly Major jay chains, ; squvratiiig said:tracV from the lanA wjtblIbe aeb.aase shi F
tfl&iiifl volemc State U due sai three DcP. '
weoeVat rcjj {Mreauaw oq -5, S : ; Jesse Carter,.Major Ooneral 2J DiTWHW of 'Mpnes Cwnr; onhe.: *outIsustedy-by.* S. ?
CejUfw'try P/rmtiuu &vatiutut teit>,tef** tt' 47sa4pJ S.fUELWALXEft- ; 5 5. Robert C. Caldwell, Brisad4 General lat Brig- line running tlieoee north furty-nv degrees,east ,

weprctk35t, 6$: to rcrus 4jjusmrat, a4es i--S-S';, : twenty-two cIJAiusi to .-stake-Jin' i iual,bam-
ih iber,wr rt S. arjc, tr i3 ? (rr'CUUBBBQ -; I .: :'Tu novltda rta s Saic..yIrt James A- ,Padou,Brigadier General Sit Brigade: mock separating amid tract from pubiio l.indy; and Printi pal S

rut wukaJva&sms i tie, mo ei.S. vdVNt,5 October I' i8I9 t : v u e fa writ'1! rl Oci: $ ofII {Benjaoiia! Uopkinn Brigadier.General 4th Bri- >a tbetMrtbeaAerly side by:ft Una running from POtS
direeted wiflCour said stake north IbrtyHJr degrees. west forty-five
: I ; tP.urto1Aa.g.aj Alactaa- Cwuitw Tax C.Ueet Haie.BV $.he Circuit Pouft, anmito ma louse SNOW i Wit thercfp>eirknowB, that tnel abovi hacs! to'a live oak on- tho bank of G.o4s1.y'Laker < S

evs.rthae works the Tovi of .Jacs0UT1Il "cK iraaidStito named persons ar aerby prooUiraed duly elected said tract Of land 'eonlaininzvona huntlrod. e4 ; Nottc '

w n ss t U ewe address a pajttiaswra 4.Oi. rtghse vzaTUrot Iority bt4I of the Iii of Florid on Lhr$ *%feSfe to the.ysslous comnuranda designated, and when and twenty athainiIiifi'3m-acres-more oriels-takfln: htexeention ,Jibe subscrib' sr,havmt: ,aac afanl'll lii WenL t. '

!! for thre-tha ttdapy biug front next.b twe a U usual boar* fv eommissioeed, will W *>bcjreilantt'rf pect 4c ; *vsXWIHiamHieknvia *Ijwtep v i.Jr .

: eourt.bOcm&dOOr, in the town # o runty ; .tcc wit; 'OQr ne ordlngIs. S. ,,. *n4V&ntLwtU.LeoUaltheJiM? elaimr Jtgalist_tbe. United paTr $

bebe above Monday, the fir**. day.of SImOn.) S rty. -of'-,jat.- S defendants to aaUfy saidwdt.- lost *"* ev&l ,,
'srtor wiofJck0nT11,, .3; I .5' TJORN.U SMItH ,; ; :
ia the lip4lOLiOLbyviz. Oji. LoLt th t By the GoveruoR tAtlejitt? z ? b ,

ruroisbed. valess th. .. bounded *r follows r On the OLh by 4e River I.j : j.Tno4Ijtba/ ; Gen* ; 'S : Sh4riffJI cozi4: ii"'S
of the
is of'the Lnl befog pert W't by lAnds belongiflgt* ' 5dec3tisi S JL.50ir.A.5J: S S .
Money paid iafttfl to the 2s much ttiohfl 0ithe: dcc6.3t S Jt :
40 (; nt, and part of atrct, of lmnl knowa1tvy.s tu' ). Ihrt, oa tIi,,, i..th by Bay Strcctand on the .

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FLOUlI>A: Et>OBiaCANE. happiness the porer .daes. Vie be from ttj throat>extended tamy hea$ &7tbat: V

\ *.! 1'rV3 s1WS .' here in tbe United .States Senate-which the bcnrlne rerymtfcb.: zod.Aft 'F9R SVCL8.AZJ4SH1NG2'OY$ Sr

Jsout11e, Dua1 ornity.; P., by first President of2thj DynastKlabored to Sxfw.t th Kfi mpwillft a fbort time, healthiutpoved eM, S
t aniiny throat'lan6 Lwclll liifa* trqe they .: ;:.
S pull down, % :brought it lo.bisfeet in ? + cough And tightness of tha chest; asever; T ? U S S V C

I S ___ik the Supreme C urt twWcn wa8v dehooncedy I jI and 6vn-li ar'quit*: distlHctly.* My throatS ha d tiz&i uadag_ doctor,sad witiui5i! gj S
annum, payable > his supportereasa pestilenirestraint beeflefl about,three. m6nths7tho, nre.of ; *! $TIv54L4 ZVE .
iponprdermn V&T. 'i ;L.5 Executive assumpGonsj."mtthe :Iwhich upon ,1 V E ) S V bM been effected entirely,bjrljbis1; u %- s. V ,till*of Pr, foe the
eOfl j, fno l paid JJ6' ?>rc the expiration has so ajlmirabijf'vindicateJ4t4'4n( the late sqarflbt.V Your fitod. tpsl; )3IVA imofc iTbtoto to *1k1 Q4'Oo'| kialI.betas.C.l P.

fat 'harped $i, 3 vlr from the long persijiof th7dema. 4V aaA' pwehasei gIfslV or any of the

S A4rorti?
rmtett'Ote DoUne Jr *'qu W ((>-twelve lines) for serviceable organization ills' high time alarming affection; which-bas swept from the on IIVVthSIJ t:5 -

the CwivroO'&vrait y.Fivo Ccito for every rabsetyrent hat some,pro vision were madejjn our gal-; V of.time andth somanji inorcTigorotwand both it the iunooontage mature ge-of of aL pay, or Wltowf 'eiiskW it .K TaL
:\ iuortira. To yearly/Advertisers a, liberal ant Navy, as the best protector of bur wide- vy hood, has at length met its bane,and antid !, : Ouflt7Laflil4r-y 2i4iT5h*

discount win be ma'.lc.; ,AUit sent Advcrtigctttivlt extended commerce end our almost as wide- and Its evil effects upon the system ate laid VV l17orAirg4 5
(ejtcept by porsaps haying running account y-extended maritime frontier; in Academic, by powsrfulbiflnenc lr.- Wm oftbl Patrick prepara-MW'jJ, M ilcage bie returning .!.Iiirmte.i lfii 1
-- frt.j
with the office) must bomii for tirtvious to rmblif nurseries for Military.and kaval Science, V dcr liLt;0 was grand-child attacked vi-A withBwuler fever;which :his.S J1Ornes.2ost.S1titpendes

ctIon4 f riumphant: at last, though long vilified, Jike ..5 : f-3 F'* her in -drcftdrur uUWj; beF''body''SV w b
V nearly other'good bf the"Goyrnment V witjrparticlcs of scarlet eruptfonss a Iarge l tr1.sbi(0re jng
PenoDiat: & distWo'wk gprtrn their rcmtttancea every power at least two :1ncber'idiameter V ereE *n4 ieeeIredbztsk,
S in the7 Skies something like bile, ; : lVaggepgi,1 Ster3
;for U ert1flgt7'tbfo1Ibwiiig'ratei: ': "Lighthouse'of S mad which in the'oast ;, g
is now provmg''its. .Utility
; an
broke and discharged V5
One"qaori twelvc which
< lined liabed
'jiaV> six months V V
Survey, founded by 'Mr', JfEFFEnsoKjn ; .of most/offensive matter; anti b V V VS 1 V VSV1'S't
for : '. .' Ji .
;--T ; -': : $1000; the national gift of half a.million] of dol- V -4 V ij,4 iirgf:quantty'was.dischargborfrora V

Two squares, for six mon .. ._.. V 1500 tars to starving Ireland, rather than the SA'NDS' SARSAPARILLA. ear&ofaveiy fleiiste' charaete ., Almost de VV pmcntaUon,.of cfaim*,;tozcjber with the'ral*. S .1' S

.Notices to debtors and cr 'Jjitw, 1000 wasting more than a hundred times that sum V S -..'_...-_.,. '& > > pniribg SANDS of ever stopping: .ifAliSAPARILLA.rwhich the iseham,the; *$* ftyaoaai gmft&t&. ifereat bemcnU

Application for letters of i iinloL-tratlon, 5 00 in slaying Mexicans; and in the Expedition V IN QUART -BOTTLED, fctted trial a complete cure; the.child" having S'V ,he Is preparod,, 'wd4rtke aB fWnu, e -j

S For anaonnccment of can ijdatcs for office, ;5 00 in search of Sir John Franklin and his fel- V only one bottle.! For the benefit ofthose- what kindjro Terittft f wj t ojre'j tW'icrrieM j

No janoancemerjt trill be!made unless the Mine ow-navigators, though not in that sent inquest FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT in from the baneful effects of this horrible fan Agency thU plMef \ ; J;;? ,,

t* aec mpeoiffj with tie aiijuct charged. [ of Sodom and Gomorrah. V .CUR FROM I K. OF.AN ALL IMPURE DISEASES STATE, ARiSING OF'' as.Mr.to Patrick the correctness will bo pleased 6f this stateraent/if to inforurany they 'V .Particular atUnUpa given o the" proper fettle,Uf

Editorial* Notices for prfrBtef benefit will be We believe in the union of these States, 'THE BLOOD OR HABIT OF THE at his residence ia.l2xeter-st. near;Fawnst.sV [ moist of QuartcrmMtewj amounts. .

charged Arable the rate of advertising.Keligioui but> not in the absorbing mil, either by force S V 'SYSTEM. VIZ i timbre Sun: "J. '* *V V/, ,,."" V .Charge* taoderate, and reflated theinjotmi

S Obituary andil&rriage;: notices, will or consent, nations or regions that have no -. The following -'t'estiroonial to "the value :: V claimed' and the'extrutxr wsr ice*required. .;
: trinities no with us. We be- Strofula fir King* grit, Rheumatism, abtlinateCHtanfmtt 'from' the Rev. ommniestcns
Ve published'gratis.ConBnnnteatfons.- { congruity, ervptiont pimp-'es, or puelttlet on-.the the Sarsaparilla, ; to VV15 $
must be'jost!' paid.T icve in none of the agitations meant to divide face, blotches, bites, chronic sore eyes, ring wormS Wright, a
r V VSS V in order to govern or to separate us.iVe .- ortctterttcattlJifT.-
believe in Republicanism, but -not Loco- the bones mid jfiintt, stubborn utcert, gyphimictymptomg Wonvnsaias8., SlarchSCKh; 1346. '

V S Z'ItOSPETVS.S 'ocoism; in no'Aristocracy, but least of all sciatica, or lumbago; and aiseamanting Messrs. &inds: V Gentlemen-From what I. OF.THB V n -'"

; J V in that which demagogues strive to make from an injudiricnu.utr. of mercury, experienced' and front the information 1 have .
acititet impmdenrt tn.life
tV S. OTI for themselves by alarms about one which cr"dropty chronic/ constitiUional> expottire or disorders cently received from a number of persona of- 70 rears off, end Will attend to iifaiojtal ,
a'to fc.nniHS
; h the Coertj
THB NATIONAL 1NTELL1GENCER.S respectability who have used Sars&parilla, and DISCOV
V S does not and cannot exist -us.. We of the Entttrn Circuit of FtwrUi, fcmj la UM Fef 2
> among Medicine has extend- have not the least doubt but that it is a most TO/FJV-
acquired cral
believe in (the rights of both the Rich and very able medicine, and that the numerous poor, be was com V Court lot the JS'vrtfcom Ifctrict VV of Florida.

The Proprietors"of lliik Journal have not he Poor, and in the right of all men not to -iied l and established reputation,wherever you hare received of its efficacy are fully which, circumscribed means It has to AisiAtt! .

heretofore the forty tears,of its existence be hated as either. We believe not in Dor- it baa been used,,based entirely on its!alone ovrn >y e cpeneiire,' Although its reputation known its for, general Business in rtbt. :fbifa,> 'rrspeetme ,;
merits, which its superior efficacy has utility are very extensive,and stand in no need nevertheless. grant* and donations ofIamK end the '
und their ] been in the babit rism in Anti-Rentism Mormonism many 1ota&i.wj ,
{ : management nor or of hereditary humble increase I .
sustained. The unfortunate victim my efforts them,, want > of sore diseases, or sellingthereof'J' ,' i -
of making appeals to iheptAl-c favor in any nor in Red or any other Republicanism but disease with swollen glands contracted who are nfBictoi by diwuo to become its excellence*and '
of the customary forms bf Soliciting patrpn- our own True Blue: We should be glad to with the efficacy and fotrer of your valuable V S V S
sinews arid bones half carious, has been restored for.the, collection Claim
cine. > ; *t upon IbeiUaiiee H
alwalvR Kcld the it all the world but do
Nor not
(having opiiiion bee over expect
geT to health and vigor. The pcjofulons .LUTHER WRIGHT. he hid,. by his skill. States fur Military or ether ::services, toenaiahwVc>i V
that a Tablic Journal shj&ld win the public it, in our day, in France, or any other part covered with ulcers, loathsome to article which would supplies furnished JuuteWj ami for:botse-,W '
/apport -by the sober rierfofmance of the Europe. Wetlo not believe in giving pass patient, made Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail by ; .mankind when the other property lost, fw.whfcl :thc United18H tetot'
/ ;nolthe flashy prof ssJons of the hour) ports to Santa Anna, but we do in the himself and his Attendants, has been D,-& 1). SANDS, Drnjrgists and Chemists, It intri universal liable*; ,. 1'F. *$ "$ht'
yeas pow who had
whole. Hundreds of persons, Fulton gt., corner.of.William, New York. : would.IKS known Address Jacksonville EVi Florida. Sit
uarethey ever, more fcciquently than once ers of our own great Commanders in Mexco. groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous also by Druggists generally throughout the the weans are .I:1: V :

5- iti twenty year, bad occasion jto embody in We believe jn the honesty and patriot- and glandular disorder chronic rheumatism, States and Candidas. Price $1 per Bottle; ) PRT.PJIRA7VOA .; !} 5 V 5 S S

.4 a Prospectus the priijqipks upon which sm of Gen. TATLOR;.but not in the merits and other complaints springing from a Bottles for S5. f and is called f.i Philiii) pj.ATT03NEY iS .

1- tnejrendeavor to conduct the paper under of the "Spoils System/' Consequently, we many of the secretive and the For pale in Jacksonville'by/ [ tbe landespecial & COISLLOaATLAWr, V
derangement .
in Rota- organs no\-29 J. .FORMAN.VP ., [ & or doteriurs f, 45
their ch ilo believe in ntr 5V
f rge. j not Proscription, circulation, have been raised as it were from V 5 ..
They"bare been the less disposed, more- Lion. Eut the former having long reigned the rack disease, and now, with regenerated S Improves with aa, *,.WilT attend to any prcftJ
oveft for the purpose of revivifying a sub and widely filled the Public Service with constitutions, gladly! testify to the efBcacy JACKSONVILLE .ACADBMT;* icint'Jic j because man.it Is.The ore ed to him in, the ( out jpf the Eastern Circuit, S
and the
scription list, to call to (heir occasional aid, men unfit lor it, we believe in the necessity of this inestimable preparation. The testimony HIS Institution will be opened on the the, latest discov- also-t.such atlviiiita Cou rioiw .las
instead of quiet good vbrks, these sudden of a large re-organization of it. H Monday in June next, nt 9 o'clock, A. M. ; Into requisition in able an Connection with aa
of those who have been cured its, Lawyer at Washington
by in J.irKso.xvit.i.K East Florida. The Ssr- 'City. a will ensu er !i
transports of barren public spirit, because, We might go on and write a creed as long use, with their residences; has been publish Separate ronms,will be fitted np for, the V l men.contains a prompt and V speedy collection of such cbtinu u -

VV in such attempts at getting up political revivals as the Westminster Confession: but all the ed from time to time: and were it desirable a modation of young Lads'and Hisses,'where properties which uinybej>kced m hU hands, against the United,..{
: If retained in State ,
% it seems to be thought necessary to rest is easily inferred, and may besides be of the most overwhelming testimony will be instructed in the elementary and and acid 1 ;; : 4. .'jH
mass sep. l3SI7.S P
make a far greater parade cf devotion to found in our past columns. So that we forward branches of an English and classical Some of the proper-, V .i54
I'arftbanparty ghoultj ever receive where have but to say, finally, that we believe in could be brht proving most and young men will be fitted for College or that'they entirely 'V.4 5 V VS
value. The afflicted .
conclusively itsjTnestanable professional life lathe atin. and Greek ,jf they are not 5- L&WIWTICE.
rnen have not merely' Party but a Country the virtue and intelligence of the People, as and .those who have not used this and in the philosophical and mathematical only to those V

lo e t-ve. To mere PartS], and its power, the ong as they will really exert them, and not trial of its ences. ( these .o/ JxOI.tugist21f.1S19$
Intelligencer] has never [trofe. scd any fuch sufier themselves to be the dupes of the demagogues medicine, are invited to make a or as an exhale eying left the State Vfor.VC.UroIulL,'I hare '
virtues and to themselves the ARRANGEMENTS medical pnptr- transferred iroxiite .
q appropriate tay *! to Col. i'm.c1
when acting the most heartily their worst foes when most -
devotion pretend- Its valne.
even benefits which it alone can bestow. THE TEAR will be divided into four till Spencer, who will, in V conjunction with 3I.SlleI
tvilh that body of citizens whose practice inr to be their friends. of about 12 weeks each, with Intervening from the they get a ker, prosecute all uaBnuheU.business to close.. ItV

as well as avowed iprinclples! seemed tot Upon these grounds the National Intelligencer 'TRUTH' IS STRANGER .THAN FIC tions. The (lac will have two sessions i the ? else; they coloring can The Militia claims ia my charge will I* attended -- '

; t -*(fv tb, e<6< aCt; alnJ sipcorect Lops> ol] presents its claims .to a continuation TION." hum 9 to 12 SI., and the second, from 3 to 5 1.M. sweeten with to by Dirself, in coaneetfra With CoL Spencer, -'-sand i
a wise, and moderate gernment.S and extension of that public confidence ; Wednesday mornings wiii be appointed "8AR3APAKILLA Col.- Charles I!;. Sherman of Weahmgtu- '
The attention of the reader is called to the and 1 is not the article and every effort. made by uf jointly t* prowcote 5 S
The National Intelligi ncer has. in a word, which it is the highest pride of its Proprietors exercises in English'composition (
to a suscewful result 1
will to ; no anihorUy
S ever been studious of tei iterate politics and] to know that it already enjoys to an extent following astonishing cure, effected -by the except After at the Or near first term the ;beginning no pupil of the ; .TOWNSEND'S to collect the -money due 4tt-.these claims,' as '1 :

V of holding itself apart frokiA the passion, whatsoever exceeded by few Public Journals in the use of Sands' SarsaparillaJ and no pupil for less than one term. S VS have always preferred to" Ittte whatever'money

it was, of the iay, It has never United States. This is to certify that I bare a colored woman Board will ba provided in Town at iroperties of the may bo appropriated placed'' H the hnds'oC a local "
made opposition headlong and indecent who hiw baen afflicted fur the last five years with rates per month, for pupils from the country; everything capable paymaster such as lie parties interested may
any ,.is extracted and select after the .
act fut theio .
relief. ,
Scrofula, and all the remedies I used Lad no effect parents and guardian., who desire to
may V
from the moment of his virtue is seemed
as inauguration PROSPECTUS. ; Aug i-tf (News.) GREGORY YALE.
> in arresting the progre of the complaint: on the themselves of the facilities of this Institution, thus It Is rendered
banded itself against President TATJ.OR: contrary, she constantly grew wore; and after the education of their children and others, may and healing
it has never lent an indiscriminate support The Richmond KcpubMcnn. expending between 70 and #30 with physicians, a-wuredUhat no exertion will be spared to it is made the most Spencer $ :: I
even to Administrations from which it expec- besides uiug other popular remedies without uc- the health, comfort and progress in knowlede_ V ,
till the diet's had eaten the all who be entrusted to the care of the disease & '
ted the most. It has resolutely DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY, AND YEELY.T cC5, away cartilage may LAW',
\ of her nojc, made its appea ranee on various parts cipal. 11UFUS K. SEWALL, commendation on
avoided the excesses oi either' side which and children.We Jackmnvilltf'fla :- '.
of her body, and had finally commenced its ravages Principal. ,
make eo much the shanji of our public af- in the roof of her mouth.In S Win practice in the aereral Courts ia the East-
s TAPER, which has been three X. B.-Pupils in Town will be expected to and I.irEK. COM-
fair -of violence and jindecency towards years this dreadful situation, with the prospect j of vide seats and desks. Chairs are SCROFUIJI. era Circuit of Florid in thf U. S.District Ceart
unbounded under the charge of the present conductors death staring, her in the face, I stated her F.H.VP Northern District of Florkli;,the Supreme Coort. > >u
icoropliance towards
ipppnente, OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT II.ALLAHER case to lr. Duosway, the agent for Jaml Sarsaparilla May and all affection* at Tallahaswer prosecute claim* before Coa<.
%liovr-partisans. In i1 adversaries it has is now becoming familiar to the in Newbcrn, North Carolina, by S'S CTCSS and the Departments,f the GovernmentaL

recognised f reemerro and .fellow-citizens, citizens of Virginia. It has into favor whom I was advised to use that article; and to Female Institute.T BLOOD.. V washington.S 'V j- i l
grown tJ. A'
matter bovr much irfriends j the wrong: in its the of and my surprise and that of my neighbor, to whom In all complaints art McRoBERT Ba EK., | SS XCMUSept.6tf \* '
by pursuit a steaJy unwaver- her case wo known, after u-ung four and a ball lIE Committee of Direction las .f t** Sttmadt. from h "
how .
- V trusted and hon .
i4ch "
: no "I ;g devotion to Whig principles, and by a bottles she wax restored to perfect health, and that the following regulations i S of blood to the bead, : /O- v S .Tf..iTo
ored, it $has ever seen den whom the heat mild but firm advocacy of Whig men and in the cpaee of three weeks, and wad able to work The t'cholwtic Year is to consist of four hands cold chills _
of the conflict might lead top far. There measures. in two weeks from the time she commenced taking of eleven weeks each. not its equal in all Claimantk of

has constantly been enough of Presses to Having labored zealously to the it.In ;. Orthography; Heading,Writing, and easy expectoration of the longs, Grant Lauds iif.the State V
S promote witness of the truth of thin statement I hare .
spread those uncivic motors which in free tic, per term, $4. The above, with Florida.V V S V
election of the patriotic and enlightened hereunto affixed my name, this Uth day of tfept. Grammar and Geography, per term, $3. manifestly seen SV S Sis
countries, more than an yi thing else,disgrace Chief Magistrate of the nation, it ia now 1317. above, with the higher branches of an and tnges of """"JxTOTICE hereby, gives ,*O'each-and tfror

and endanger-the' Stat i enough to flatter desired by its publishers to give it greater JOSEPH MrCQTTER, J. P. education, embracing Algebra, Geometry, I labry 11 Claimant of the raid FforiU Grants, that

success, io infuriate defeat to play upon the efficiency by an extended and general circu- Mouth of Ncnsc River, Craven Co., N.C. natural, mental, and moral Philo tphv, .r JUb,* or, IfTtiUt. the respective Snireyorft i wrs- David H.Burr,.

false fancy or pernicious yaseion of the hour; lation. They consider the unityoftfa Whig ny, Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, period, nr and Painful the R ab h W. Xorris,AlexndtZI Kay,and Anhtf

to fan into a flame evfety spark of ill; to object above all personafconsiderations ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEARS' Logic, and Evidences of Christianityper the forms of Kid M. Randolph, have been appointed by the nnder-
party an S'6. Each quarter to be paid to the signed to surrey said Landv .nd 'baver; been V assigned
blow into ,a storm every whiff of opinion.The and they now appeal to the Whigs in advance. V the general to their several fields of operation and art .

JntelHgencerhas eniJeaTored, therefore, of the Slate o aid them by a liberal subscription This cure was effected in July, 1844 The Scholars will bo under the careful to the whole body, now ready to enter on their duties' *
make'itself the huthjMe, snd, as times ; tion of an Experienced Female Teacher. V < 'AU thpse boldin* titles,or ifhd hare1"TMMEfblvrn!
there have been of S
: no symptoms a return, Provision bus been made for instruction in claim '
have the almost uadlfpuled.mission of V debility, any of the Lm-Js In' rt>e tion,,o/ who HUT"
V gone, The Editors will continue to give their and her health still! continues good July, tin,. French, Painting and Drawing; and variety of other have aay knowledge of ths1Ic s and 'corner*' of*V
withstanding and of allayragi Doing thus, attention to the various Public Improvements 1843: for which additional charges will be made. *, St. fitui their respective cUim., ire Wvcctfhlly desired to' ;A'
and aiming consequently all V $e while at the and labor assiduously for every object .ZVw Fjik, Jug 23,1311Mesr. The first term commences on the Sth of / i. s.&e." come forward with ail.soich't lu papers and evl-
politics of country, not rf party, it has, to beusefulconsented calculated to enhance the and her next. liver to healthy ac- dances locality as it few*AM* V la! TheirpotiW5
; to be oumes prosperity SAVD*:-Oentk-insn-I consider it bat Applications for ndmiwion arc to be made food digestion, re produce. "This js the esptciaDy-'dcairablVi ''*'
.unpopu- renown of the old Commonwealth.The act to to state the Comsiittcc Direction.J. allays In*
an justice following tho of
Sneer aa promptnes* in this partiepW, on the parf''of** I
V and'occasionally to by firmness mail facts in ruicrcuc to the boncfit I M. DANIEL the circulation
Daily S3 Srmi-Week
Paper, by : great received in equally all over claimants. will greatly facilaitethe.operatidni! of*"* I
of its purposes mote of the animosity ly, $5; Weekly $2, to be paid invariably the cure of an obstinate CA.\CEUOTS ULCER on 1),. II. D. HOLLAND, ; relaxes all the surveyors in the execution!of their work grid."",' I
of one' side than of the} favor of the other. advance. my breiD t. V V A. M.' REED, all obstructions, and the better enabja! >tbe Covwijment"t&bring'tbe"'?'
Hence its disinclination to invoke party good I was attended eighteen months by' a regular Committee of Dircrtin. .. ,U not this then surveys iflVtLtIeStionttLSa 'fft J and- satisfrctary1 lVtermination. 1
V will by.' periodical profession of faith, 01 to ADVERTISING. and skilful physician, assisted by the advice and Rev. I. SWAIIT, 7 uurer. need! ; -,*i
The affords counsel, of one of our iriost able and experienced The tliol ** '
Republican one of the best 8.P.Townjead's districts aligned V for the '
make of those principles the Jacksonville July 7. 1819. .
parade thc least"
without benefit
pro mediums for country and city advertisements surgeons, > whatever. V liquid i> ni4 to be present,will ibe; as foHowsj K>ran rieiDg.aM; a. HT
eas'which seems to be often made of journal in the State. The Terms, All the various methods of treating cancer Were Mrs. A. 31. MAXEVrffTAKKS OLD. DR'S. centre point, at Picobfc,oc Vti4| :8t.'John'*', anA?r t
any to for five weeks in
with the greatest particularity! only to dispense ; succession my breast the one is LNC4 extending the smrey ;wJrtb,4n4 snotlM OBvkt
burned with tic three this method to announce, to.the 'H
from their are: was oAn times 'a. day, and *' sites of the5rivea the
men practice.It aiMmnybeOesiptatfdvtu
In One for six it was daily syringed with a week solution S JL lie that ho will keep open her *
Daily Paper- square (15 lines) 31r.ECBR will survey the graits. ia that
it taunot worth while Ilou.se the winter"for the portion
*own principles of nitric acid, and the of internal during reception
cavity ulcer
50 cents first insertion 25 cents each contin was and /..' of the country lyinjr immH *cly.west jef the 5
; 4'ti.ltt
Boarders for accommodation of
for the National Tntelljgencer! to be often V so large that it held over an ounce of the solution. and tne ; the lonr.'aeld john'sfrom Firolata to tb.- fiouth, and aortS to
V pioclaiming, the'being !intended much more S uance. The doctor probed thoi ulcer, and examined .the or travellers generally. Grateful for the very goods r Mast not the north1ineof the Slate: ,. it S
In Country Paper-75 cents bone and said the disease eral patronage hitherto extended to slier, she
for usethan show, and- Originally adopted per square, was advancing rapidly to the system T- district confinenclag -Picc1it on the eastbaak4neaof
S rather than first insertion; 37-1-2 cents for each continuance. to the lungs, and if I did not get speedy relief by spare no .efforts to give satisfaction to all. ajutted viU acUA the St.*John's; nd iutenfif down said st14 V
lo pro4t.;ethers themselves. house is commodious and'situated Iia .
medicine or by an operation, the result would be Do we not all know between the river "
The only real exposition of the like, by those fatal. I was advised to have the breast laid open part of the towaJacksonville ." V ,.' misehjeft State line.- MT3frK.kTIatiediitrfeI: *nIOecaD'n45poith ito tbt

S who are engaged inhigh pnbTic ta ks, is certairuy Address, RO. II. GALLAHER, find the bones examined; but finding no relief Oct. 11,1319., I palpitation of the on the; west 'side Of tbe Sc/Je hor4eeIowI"V

to,be sought in their actions, not theirS my 12 Proprietor. from what bad been done, and fueling I was rap I Bcrofnla-bnt, colic an,acid and lataand Mn *. A.vzn. rii >iug mi>* nv''f eOIArOe Is&ILI|

wordnj; in their "daily walk[ and conversa'tioniJ'not P. S. Our contemporaries of ths country idly getting considered worse, 1 almost despaired' of recovery JACKSONVILLE HOTEL. all the hnmow lug at Picolata, on the eaMfeaidt of he Sfc t4a' ," WI
"my case nearly hope Sc.Jd flead,Salt and running Booth*from Pi? ?'' "' 'ifl4 ** V
thcifoecasional .efforts cheaply to press, throughout Virginia and North Carolina less. VV V Fever Sores, 'It U < elji a > w, V LV

4 propitiate, and to pass off lath! for performance will confer a favor upon us, which Seeing various testimonials and certificates of ) : F'It Ii biking en- session requested or power of tlialliManatMnfivtt.iipse.wei tte e1a1ataato *&
S ;.; tVetihe prineifjeH! bf the Intelli-f will be reciprocated if they 'insert the above cure by the .use of Mu)$' SAK.SArABiLLA, in cases ; soars,and this mnnlcated to the re pe tive'*#n+ty< 9jt th ('bettttfaM )
gender already indicated at. some breadth V Prospectus in their respective journals and similar to iny own, I concluded try a. few bottles Subscriber S f lesa. .What enable them tadtSoo e4ibtbthe..JaJ /Jcation
) several of which were used, but from the wiiz having taken a leaao fluid, which, la
enough und call attention to it. long -.a1 the Hotel formerlyoccupiod Mr. elsewhere irrita and bonn : are earily' ijtated} we may, therefore deep-seated character of my disease,. produced ne ; by I
/ba.this occasion of jhi 'commencement V Medltftl Department very decided change.., Considering tlua'as the only respectfully solicit a continuation of the upon of the which blond if,' tB. KPUTNAMjJ.g eqor Oen iMd n?

.f a pew era ia public aflatr*', do ours ham.t OF IIAMPDEN SIDNEY COLLEGE probable cure for my case, I persevered until the putrounge this which has hitherto been bestowed all the all ienU S
known establishment In
order the
disease 'cured.- is ..
was entirely It
now eleven ;
over | ,
t V age 16 custonv and set thfeml forth,both'Sf affir- ,RICHMOND,
Batirely! and negatively.j ., npiiE twelfth anfluarcourse of Lectures inS the slightest appearance of a return. / therefore ly repaired the building,.and.adopted many -,- > V
In general;we that the VV myttlf WELL 'and the' proreincnts to promote the health and comfort ACID COM.V. -
may say Jnaugntal institution will commence Mon pronounce cure entirety ef ;;,; ,, iiai ,( 11I
The the house
V Address of President 'ix.oa.'ernbodies, day, October 22d, 1849 and continue until fected by SANDS* SARSAPAUILLA, at I took no other their guest old .friends of 5 >f>&ftv.>,
thief oJ: the ,S medteint of any kiwi dyring the time I vxit uting certainly deem it anadvanLige that the table hat Old Or.Ja- V
ea subsisting
V questiops darf.the the middle of March. it, nor have I take since.V .- V be under the superintendence an'. .5 Se
S doctrines wbich we have ailwavs upheld: R. L BOHAXNAK, M. P Professor V of Ob'stetrics Please cxcuso this'loag any deferred acknowledg Hostess;'by whose aid they flatter.themselves !! !??ttFttlA? NiMinT

: T An inrariable-obcervanci of {the Constitution and Diseases of woman ,and Cbil ment, which I think it my; dutyto make. Your shall not'be rivalled ,by any.Hotel ia the 'in an krtlele wWcb .oI1eIattentq bt4 rsh tb4 i''M
-titetprs.tion tob, generaljy that of dren valuable iSnrsaparilla cured me* with the blessing !being now enabled,"by thd constant steam to 8.r.TOWS > Engllh',':hteeeh; Aneri
___ s. V of divine Providenc when else cotik1 ideation with Savannah and Chnrfoton,'to down apon the; Mediclhe-(Ced1.Vtpitht lThEIye' ids' '
Reason of th"e$ nothing
V L Judiciary, and L."W.
the administrative'precsdent4 established in .Mateira Medica and Therapeutics, ,. .' I V 1 can say many things I cannot write, and I do In addition,they briog.to the business an experience COM' Having opened a Newtftar XjDC294 Markeist_
) ood times-not the subUetjte of those political 6. .MAUPIN, M. D 'Professor of Chemistry moil respectfully invite ladies afflicted as I have -of many'' ye.ars which'willenable them 55pS S p *ith aji y-j-mpply. of Frteli; l>rugs and Medi
_VS Vord catchers and Iiteiaii6t5who; cannot "and Pharmacy.CHARLES beento call upon me, and I willsatiiify them fully judge better the means of attending to the .the iiag&*truOL' eines.ejespeetally pIej1 p5
toAjaitbe: .Constitution V of the' truth as state;!. above; antI other of those who visit the mild climate of Florida, flriJ.coTs. amine ,-oar stock before'qeLasjag-e
.a/itLority.for exercise BELL GIBSON, M. D., Professor ofSurgeryand things in reforem-e to the case.'' many VS the purposes of health or jJcasuro."j am* dMit.l f promjsbg;one and :slI who wwy reel
by Congress of the t>e&eficent function Surgical Anatomy; S V ANCV-J; MItLER -,ThcIXCHEASINO. reputation which' the & l in every patUcaUii extenIo us their patr&tot.U thuEeiiIIIpI
p ,L Vf ; :
oTIe e nat.Improvement4 but abundant war. CARTER 1'. JOHNSON, :-M"- D, Professor of ** 218 Sulllvaif'street. of,Florida possesses, in estimation of the McdiCal i never was, Is no V V
Presidential War Faculty, for the jture of.consumption
rant lof -Annexation, and Anatomy and Pbysiolog -- mere of nediclne
; V !S aw' Tbls'exrellent other pulmonary diseases has induced a'vast' nsclsoifle u >fes-,
of pn
Legislation, in contempt the. rightful authocjty DAVID II. TVcKEn % Prf of -
V ssor The- compound which is crease of travel to this State-, during the fall public hav* that
of Congress ,. tlAt V or4y anSI Practiccof Medicine', versa! Intercut throughout, creating has'made a 'uni winter months, of those, who loelt- the -relief medicine'eon I 5One otheNprletQteI"a. Wpjf.

to/the Kpirit in wluch the ..Governmentw A } PETICOLASM. D., Demonstrator of its successfully Into the favdr country of our., citizens forded by a milder. atmosphere; andin view heed which iff preptrlnntf mfht eian. afford*.ample g* rajdS etfi, the rennwi V
W administered: under '- V 51 V 5V this fact, the subscribers, nave determined ran' e.,10.atID
V V to the Constitution, < Anatomy; : :: and the people around us, 'We1 hare read again Instead of kwlth) v S V
their exertions to merit .the
we President that Ihebestruidejis and again of the -efficacy of thU. valuable medicine patronage which | from one whuknow/
belieye-with our The; Museum Apparatus and illustration
: but ot 'until bo bestowed upon them shall bo without regard -or disease Lereiiiuits, who may wleheoenor;
recently-hare bad UT
the jpaiimsai d (Conduct, of the for-- the,demonstrator'departments baTtrecenlly -' positive proof which. could induce"we 'to spcat any toil or expense,: ,. I' "fV : ; lo cook and serve vi "Dr. Keeler's Ce1ebrateI. Elly'1etocrwusstandarti

,"Fatber of4iSii Country1! KUntt of pur. earlier received manjradditibng are now fairly it.1-But, from facts In our possession, we ; BUFFINGTON &VCOX; muck more irapor ( anti poi1ai.tSohciting

Presidents; and that the, icorst guide would very complete > Tbe facilities for ''Practical are now well coninectlVtbat, without any excep .Ithco1viun; i Oct.6,'1949-Uf '' V V i S

S l be ibTft peculiar course and doctrines %pf ihV Anatomy, are'unsurpassed. 1'bC1inical tion, it ia tho.SAFEST; ," ruusAxrcsT,' anti'BEST r OC-The Richmond Republican will phase' flTlmJ, .

latelyprerthrpvra Dynastyj' VS ad vantages V are fully commensurate with the compound of all ehronie'disoascs ever offered,,torfLo'public i-hennatisra ,and for''scrfula th cure tho above until forbid.rn VS>t -_ SV -plants tbA- 5- <tq'W7desale '

lpregaf; to our t oreit PoJicy, we. con- wants of the slaJent, and especially. 'Valuable and all impurities of tho blood tozctlicrt.with, VSS V theb keallnt DttgitV
S the vnri ,;
V Ider 4hat laid ilown in .. usdi
H'ia ingtoo'fl"Jare! other .- -- & s '
to.thosepreparing to practice at the SOuthf many com plaints.It V V ,M*how to adapt'
well Address" as'inseparablv tbe one V whichbelongs.io'our Clinical..Lectures'are.given twice' .week in basso long beanV remarked'that' th&'ig&! is S ;S74UGUSTINES VV v" p4 55 V V _

S "eysterri sal; to Jnstitatipriuwhicb the College Infirmary, (which is ii'immediate one hardly"iiostrunii dare recommend and nostrum-vendors.ft valuable V that V wo in ,V ,V.S ( nnfbrtansto hope In, t&TiooT thidV-' f V JACO +jLtCADEmtia*)o

'S place all happiness < $: freedom, for contiguity with the College,) and once V a tbe Medical /Suienoe, lest jeopardise discovery our V repu S ;;'Lot .V

nations Jr< .ib ; crupuJqus'vbservance of week jn.. the Richmond Alms. House.. In tation for incredulity And conslavncy; but Ih'tbls ,is now rooponcd the rooeptiouof,_ [ baaUhinnrmltf_ SSouR r 'r3d. .VV V

Jtutice an4)'eace.< The maxfenspf the Farewell th'ese' institutions.the, diseases';.occurring V'i instance we bcsitato:not -hazard the'remark 5- V V SThV to brtng Wi ;5* *ad T & e *. ahe
Addressbeing lha :ierpth of, our Foreirt Southern practice are met witly:and jbeietuderithas which we hare made above. V well earned 'rcputa'tion'whtcbXiaLi 1r'ou' ; ) tedL S 1Vbei* pamnt Pvt tfrieIZia hd'cawv V

policy, those of the Rl iican War, of'ManitestDcstiny'and i of .. S Hartford Review.:: has aoqaired I the intentroa of-Jthe present proprialorlosustain. ,VT W re 1.,
tue. most'.eligible opportunities V: S V .. .
: .
? oV SORETHHOAT <- li'f K; &> i PVV o all w.ho td VIKU MJ "- .W K O 'H
qf Oregon becoming acquainted witli./their 'types and V V iivery aocommodatiani .be .extended Vgues. biyfd exp u e3 ReadW Writ4n t 4 4cfWtbTi'

k ta; its Iwes treatment,. Tne frequency'of Surgiearbperrations .:Tbe fotto wing w a'n extract from a letter Invalids, travellers, and other, will;: '" pJ&r\i> y VJ-jvP-v* "iiMi,,?,-,

before the class, together'w'tl&f& the.fa. ) received/rom' ; M Beth who bid this house doslrablo.lt isua dacingthe| south; o wlt Gw
% of < 'been with dark pianos, 175 footlong, witbcourt. I ITbewhrEnf>U < rauitsiaj3 r L
our for witnessing the treatment bf Surgkcat afflicted several years with ScrQfulou* Ulcers, Is frQntad protected front norue at *tnds Science* Indaded.ii Vij.'i > ?Cit S
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