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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
December 8, 1849
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14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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'. 1.llE EWS 1' -. f
; ti ; 2 -. T4YE.o'aZA$,( OVPt7PED tT-4t ';
SATURDAY'MORNING,, 4wIiIi ::7i : -
IS pabE hed e ery ; the 1&tbiiu ethg Xcit wu
Duv land 6t i wg 4
ckoDvilleIifl the Countjof f.Uutcesiry
421 4zt4jkte 'i $ '

;uii01Js.y'AuauSTUS. ?,,, I l4gbteeLenyyCIay $on1.* b4tlste :4. ;

C. GILTjKTT. j 31rUma took aa
f 4 tMi.t
aomlmi if "paid indttnce I f I tJe t ... ,
T,rm -THREf DOLLARS''per t 11ntoth--' 4 -' ;' -., .
:: alTo' -
,or FOUR DoLLARif t the catl of the 3ergy'Advertisemefltl ; ;T-: 'r" ---- T'a- tism2
T : c wAvQZf&S&u bscijis tb porte1
lie follow.
will he inserted on. r
k *
g. 44 1 Hki )I. '- -' *& AO notice

lug terms: : ___ I x h ii I -. I 1 .b44en oTpn enjbch 1a a tbut '

Qne dollar per square, twelve line and under, S 4 ryt'- 1pw ( vAI ; fij Pi tES'pSoM of'S
VOJ4. ;
for the first jnsei lion, andY51! /oreach subset 4S ITnlteastates Hq
enatef .WbSt
alibefal di '. .
qu Insertion. Toyearly'adTertuers : "'""* :- '&StfW8l Kch 1Thiiini&; ; '
Prospects of Florida. H 'SQUIER'SDISCOVERIiBSlN CENTEAl )
will be
count O"A11:: advertisements most be paid for before -in. previous' timtf fi=" hasf* T..ies ibere* sf been< *so, s;much*' 'VftrfcfiS EBI&L4 -V # $ "VpiceATaree cheers for'Ifinrafcl L' .1

By referring fo gratify*the prideandencourage thehopes of"the Tb e1LiteraryYorJclpubjshed; { .sogott
enion.unless by a regular customer. f thfollowin orjpndezLoftbe BaltimprelSonsays thE 'Tbeeznore., *-. /nuiran.: nurrahlMiaxTaaJ
ascertained people of.o uryoung.Sfate.'asisn"d'vrpresen"ted ; extract-bra letter] rccentlyreadi b'efortbeEt ,and *> -> **
; **
be 'I curyihaB "
sum may some'imporfctbceas der8ble-waviflgof
requisite I ait
the cai e iitjil ..
"to oar terms ( ? t S.\< '> indjcatiim ,,
the View CunPin 'whatever :
transmitted with the advertisement.B3" .- to direction p Socity at''rneting held in NYork, ,of,vieww1ich fl'is.the object of j the Adminis. -1| Lflcnj.lryti6out.? toOceturiLto the .fie1of i
and vremay. iTh.% accounts '.which -reach us from I rom the lion. GeorgeBquler,1iniser f t1iL.s.ttt tration', to impress ,ith j farmer glory, **" -.t" r'r"few "
AdVi rtu, ments not marked with the,number on e country* .They send I ,|Apptiu8e. ,Let sbow tu
: sister Southern ;
States that t
our assure us nowhere tentrtFAmericagiving'a brief "theJllQsirious
account. :agents,and inducements. statesman' '
becontinned until forbid California to of, fhe'JkVestl that bur .
required will eW'has .thV urge on
Succeeded f
insertions 'cottonplanted i'1iehi the fona-iUoaof: State atid.v i KppVeciailbnof ch'aracter
government ; ourjraufud8for
and charged for. so well thepresent yearns in ourLnd o1''lo] u'-eneugageu.- e\ & rt? seek now isieri ;
'l* ,. $*"T they to'sh'elt r themselves under ce andourJdte'forJb thu.
O"Five dollars will be charged for all announcetmenu 'e rs. While in some of the'm the product is supposed tA3thogh.' 1 "have been much occnpied with- own'act Miujt.Werea necessity- forced f their upon 8iastjeij paqfe| } afeas! deep, as w4iii pen (ind {as ,ff-

candidates for nthe.'i to have' diminished'neirly-orie'halfjAnd. bfBcial b Mn 'sayirilrySqaierJ '1.hiemat. ,the cbuntryr*jAVjnotley horde n others one third and one fourth Ae:e we have' the intervals.which offer that. still '
One square, for Six s duringtheprogriessof from apportions of the earth inundate.tfais region J we :hold b m., its] we?H t Tc jBjer field. 's

Notice; to Debtors and Creditors," s : 7 00 .reason believe that there has been madewhat' my negotiations, and since their fejrminstipn ith'tbe'jopeofpeedliy.gatheriDg;wealth' (luto, enshrinedin.( ,the 'inmwt;Vemple iof'our
would be considered through "the cotton growing Veehal'Ieto"'a'sbmeVt"f'- and then pearls., A "
; ( ppja'iise and
of Eati
for Letters Administration 5 00 ( 4liJtllJUI returningwhe'nc'e they same. -These waving ) love :
Application region,a full .average crop. MVjth such ies of the eguntryvjlha cedediranemz- men Jos the '
c time pronounce me'&f
n.spare ? -from henry .
a'n enough their I Cfliy., So do I
be inserted gold ( ,
will gatui*
:JEJ"All religious notices product, sold, as it; is now selling, at* ten ent obtaining.the cohfidetice of the, Biggins to.frame a State; government and the :i-s9 jd'at" Appjause.)! We shall see him again

ousty. -per pound, cur pIantershaveevPr' aS n for Indians' and have secur&l'som6'6f tneV ocibu' is ;take"hijlplnc
act to.:bo::presented to Congress as the t t beatuf our rankL and I .
(cr7 All communicates: must be addressed toACGDSTCS satisfaction and thtn
C. lilLLKTT. pottage paid. are the'rewards of the labor h presented a formal address, written iq, iTerritoryjThe;,passengers''in .""a"gtenmsh peOple'of a jog pnpnril| rejoice to leiii pn.lits great faimr
; ip
=0*All admissible personal communications wil I of the cotton planter, they sink >in"consequence -, the aboriginal tongue, 'and6uld rise'Tn inns could, with1 about"thesame propertyerect them (applauseJ'): .4There"is no bther situation, forth
'r 'f Jf *
v when contrasted with the more lucrative to-aiorrow, jitjr call, \ $ t'tl" r' k4>
"berliarjrp-i is advertisemfnts. my presenting; it; _the a elveiuto'a8tAtend claim the'character of Wing nnwifHistbry ..
a '
gains of our Tobacco growers. Our neighbors < s spokesman exclaimed with startling fixed: The ibavy th
emphasis population. 14
Job must be paid on the ; 1appily hereupo
rr All b lls for Priming says ; -
;;; ..-' in the populous-intelligent, and wealthy the Spaniards hao" their feet onour neck$ )., r, VA8UiNGTON oi5jS49.. jul&.o 4

*,4djc.l7 4'(, work. < I' .County,of Gaxigden, ihjiytteir readf- with sub very.-long? '3bope jfre oiis'ofeWashi ngtori. 77/6 r *y ++i*#.. v+Lnuif.fy f &uzheiMs t eiit Vw i th'conquering- anil, executing arrival
-'-----.' -- y Jim'e l lTiIO.'IAS indifference the most glowing"and glittering will overwhelm tlieju as they have sion The' : Qief ski'y
ANDPbEU us$ we hate lormSns---Increase of* Northern"&tors &,.-. t'liirDrT.and took1)u. bidfor: &
nccouhfs of Califonria'gold. Realizing, us them!' It soundsstrange to hearthe Indian talk, -Probable Southern.Inequality. ." : iIriimd,, Thas'is somewhat tHe way in which the .

RAP K AND TA 1LO R.' we are positively informed many of them have o Washington, but his name is familiar injeve- We are oniyAttheihFeshoidof, the California 'Taylpriteij after.despafching'Clay ini the Phil- 3

Xhe present year: five or six hundr1"ol' s per >y rinciQtnd 'Hail Sons .Washington is idelphia sUiughter-house
controversy- make
mistj&e to that use his
fllHE NUBCR1BER having determined5"1' ::! ,they may well be con* !& \ "-ay atJ ; common salutation from1 barefooted iiosos on ,even "the.California.Convention has suppose jnaias7 : .re.
JL ..' ; disposed of '
tike up his permanent in / # will vt**k t he roLd. The Indians of Bubtiava have '
dug ,
Fonville, returns thanks to his fellow-citizens I "A'SU.,, .. [up 116-JtfirtIie Flwida Cot. up for me'a number of thTeir buried Hols and tide restricting" : It-turns'ti'id out that' the ar} War ; 'teamers.- Tbe Lond 'Times.,'in di- f
the .
very only Committee :
for the which has pass coursing this '
unexpected enc-iurgpment thitherto d Tobrtcc"6-pinters abroad there is i ;subject, "observes:
I on ai go are now. exhuming more> They impose but one ,of the\V hole and sub silentio.- It'hadnot -
bt>en bestowed upon him, an 1 assures ; reason to believe that such an impetus will, beI conditidn: ,that I shall-have no' Sp.csiurdvi.u been reportedto the House '"Considering; vigilance :>ith -trhich the .i4

them that: in future he will spare no exertion I I given to im nigr.uioii from less favored portions h when :I go to'see them 'and shall keen the: last advices.' ismanifest that at. the. dateofthe. Americana have maintained the general eflfecttiveness -
; there i-'toL'
,"*o merit n continuance of ihcir p.itronige.1 liecvsng Ih-t his rep'jfitioti'hi.s l mi wi-ll e tablili"J next ,stage of proceed I- 'singular that they should have .
laaonvithinunr limits. smiller 'suffered them
j closely resemble those of Copan; in ing l .Not even I>r:'Grwijij of ::3
in rir'ine it:1 this place, i is ri superior Nor s-his all. As we have already shown I workra any
cutter nwi linker, he begs leave to represent 'in a former number, the experiments in- Tur.pentine. the saline or very similar purpase'S.- havc.eightin but to the intbe-preIiminary.New 8trge-; departm.ent.f : JJpthihg- 'can' exceed* the 'cale
to all who mizht be disposed to 'favor according ; York Tribune, Dr.or which'is shown in American
to test the doc1-y rds for the
enough most abundantly my pp staipn, rangingfrom fiveandn halt'toeaghtfeefin win's mission
special: to California .lhor
'him with their custom, he i is able to furnish- was ta d&i nigh efiBciency accord in '
to the
the and calculations e
-nrtttefsatisiy expectations; 3. heignf. 1ro ifonr to'fiv'e incircurafe i l at.the-1'roip., .' '- bigheet
girmciit? of ny kiii' 1 ut'i cut ;Hiil finish cqiul'to oftht'mostlsriuciiine: in regard to the profits ence. The faces of most: ar? mutilateJ -,' The Administration* sent out Gen. 'known anddrdbr every vessel trbich is launchedAll %, 4

any tint cm be procured. in Savaun.ili orOh I which may he certainly secured from this de- -an evidence of the fanatical zeal, bt. the 1 special instructions to' the Riieywith ; ithpr vern tit in armament rigging.gun- -
promote formation '
irleitnn. ; j pirtmem: business. Induoo'l hy the prospects e.-irly' Sp mlarls. who waged 'a war; of cxfermlivitiou I Jjtate.government, wilh a view to ofa nery, &c4 are induced and appropriated with .
ken the rid of :
Having T get t'urnment'8de1a
fornifrly occupied as thus held out'citizens, of North Mrolina are already npou thesuperstitions of the this and when an American
the 1'ost 0h'ce.; he is u w. rei-ly to execute with t aborigines.' disturbing question, but several private iniliviauiilspf I- 'frigate es fut she is''still" '"to j
on the road to re.ip this harvest of They lid npt.bowevert: succeed in eradic&tjiii'riemi and influence ?,perfect a,
promptitude orlers tint nay be entrusted I Ito wealth.UV for they ni-e blended in singular 'CJaliforniaVith, energy also .went (o model ol her class as the old Chesapeake or
hin. AH wirrmtp'l n fi i manner a view'fp secure a cinsideraijonynrestricte Constitution:. There,
jjirnii'.vs-ir'1 was more-in the
have: said nothing of the abundant yield atil 111 iio.iucpn.sJderal>le proportion with d to: ,
its Thc '
T! slavery ist.o be marine
"MS AND11EU.Jict'invilif. of thi* lan-lsof Florida in the cattjolic riles a can n.inet3fr. Cbbden'seye. fof'lit '.
j corn
potatoepeis. I conquerors."Ma.iy jievere struggle still in California
Xov. 10th before the tle show is
1849. 3iKoo and all Yet how much of an I- made,'although there is deal '
varieties vi-gitables. these hare been removed, arr.l. are ti.lad1.y: ;: ;aVticlp JidopteJj will in store.'Even a good 4
leadopJeil. I- in the
j.inight,be s aid Mi, t' .store scene will, therefore be sbould not be
surprised if
opinion is abroad that Florida is too far'rfouth I have been sent-abrjad. A number still remain transfcred the lTnited States they .were-'doing
to '
TUB SUBSCRIBER, having taken 'for the successful cultivation,of Indian corn.i .-. butthe liirges'to'f; all I' broughfaway with "meAt.tjieCQst But there, i is still: liuo ,,, difiiculty Senate -'in. th t e
4 up his residence permme'ntly inJacksonviilf i But the-concurrent te'sYiinony'of settlers .in ourI of a day's hard LAbor,. and at.great learV; Another portion ot" .ISlii'orjiia steam-frigatesibfl.the'stockSjeVe y .*

respectfully informs-4 I mMst. from all thwSouthern States, establishes risk passing J 5 miles upon the lako*, Pit a giis"ty -- i th Iorraon settlementpynow'contains, embracTn one of which accoading to their syitenTbf:shipbuilding .

the public th it he is now prepared i 1 the zetht no where else, are the seasons" SOLuniformly night, dndVt boat scarce able to sustain, there slaves and the jM-jnnons a few- is likely to be larger5and'BeaTier'ttan
';.., en the Hoot; au-l- Shoe business in r form oil gbverame.u "our Ternble- the -single .
all: 1 lcertainly favorable to ,thc pro g it weight. This had resisted the exertions'if h. holespme rwa iqf.war '
; ve not excluutw ,, "
ur'inch m aerials .duction of this 12 can show'-
an ample supply indisperiablE, ( me on one occasion, ajcer moving it a tew 'tlieycbm for ward with a State Constitution lfr'iiiyr i
directly from New Vorfhe will be enabled I, be'assumedWiththemostperfect[ "
tofaraish r i commndryi ,. rods"they" had abandoned it in despirl The thenwill'b'ejtnuther certainlyftnat ,
custom work at a much less price;imi I! outthen such inducements she jioaiuian controversy. The out Ii :when an"Ameriet steamer 'show
Holding as thought .me W7d,. arid erotscd'them- will be in herself
offer superior quality..than has hitherto been redly a'helpless predicamenil First 'on the seashe will be fair match,in
f dqfts.both to the industrious and to.the idle we jVlyes devoutly when 1 proposed to it Kwuy. will pbint'bf i
carry they be'foiced'top'erinit
the -
nrccssible to his fe'l'iw citizens. He trutg that surely cannot mistaken supposing that tlie 'The f'offered prayers on the lake .-nil State with admission pf 'material! anything likely :to'meet' her from 1
one iirestrictionof!
the : which has been Slavery ant j any pOrt Europe.." .
; '
patronage already 'xtende1 large amouiit'ofgood land within our -border'sstill made vows. '-Afterbreaking down ; '
cue or two
next: must consent ,
they the
exclusion of > *. ,
to him. and for which he anothV K7. ,-
occasion unsettk'J will L-e 'c.-.rtsl it :
speedly populated. finally got to this city in'safety, and ftte.tec usejt hot "O
does restrict '
to return his sincere thanks, will be still But which 1' it with slavery FREETAN1> SLAVE LABORl
we pass to other considerations shipped tenor a dozen mbrCj via liialejo The South is, in fac ,called to admit thr "
contiuueJ.Repiirirs upon e
themselvesns the the and Caue Horn JS.Albany Cultivator contains anauimal'ld
present{ eye glances over Wasfiington But to leurn. States "
flOfl.i4htVehOl(1Lflg from the -
of all kin-Is executed with newly, acquirel discussion-between'two
neitness horizon oi'our hopes. It seems ihat therevere originally citizens of'the'Soota

and despatch, directly opposite the B1LLIAUL The Indians-th-it terrible nuisance, thesourcee"jjftStniy .hirty or forty of these statues, pt'yurious sizes some t ,. Nebraska territory and jsay whieh, nothing oftMihusota, :as to the comparative value of slave"and free lal
SALOON in street.BEN.JAMIN. pregon will at bo z\ Southerner" a
Bty ved from md puroorSj asks whether
woes, are-to ** more or lesselaborately carved, arranged j ( The sutb nowon a. footing of.soinV it"would
G. JIILLS.Jacksouville 'ur-1im g, The, fiat has etory ,orth. The i in one place in the form of square, all loolciiigiuwuus. j. In the Senate nOt bTmore'prOfitable to employ freeiabbr than
f thing neir. qu lity :'will be
Sth soon i 'slave'-A
: Sept. 1&49. Cm Virginianfrom '
Governmev cetnnd* S'> fullj jpftninitted atilcan.t. i The. dimensions ofHhe square thrown into Mathevrscbunt'- :
a hopeless ,and.helpless, minori i-
I CftLtI1EM p. .:, it"itr.\vouMi back.out rom the '-uiiderlakjugto cannot now be n.scertiiiricd; but thef remaih102 -: tv. L;: positivelv T:. !_ f '*- -. ..*- ,< *-, rs4 v .*J
iPoPIiR, transfer, them. These savages. anJ I : figures anJ fragments show that the state'ment t Thee5save

; ATTORNEYf7onn the fairs which 'their presence ever /awa'kejis% is correct. ., : 4 Tbre .- ntbr'fnih1scontn.
rid ofrour immense rich-: Indian.-Vithin # ? } gaveaKrQjQc.Teajr try so well adapted to'a'grlcaituTeTpartiai lir
AD once gotten peninsuhj' Many un the sound of the.1 _to 'errw and tianiplf onJ1f -
- in all the capabilities of the/egionsof the trop bells of the'cithedral,'offers his libation 'of iiste 'Stiil I the U.oioa.wiJl v j on.forgefitrmsasslavelabor.f t ,
uppose surviye.iheth
,: rff rnt I air ics, is thrown open to'the peaceful and safe' settlement (ground parched corn and. sugar .mixed wjthwater. structtthi.ot tl a i pohiticaIb, | 1ancebut itWWV.UA is to.u -;; the 1d proof of his opinipn? "AYirinia'7 tate?

j the citizens of own-c5t.ites.-r- .) to the of the :- sUuatJon'bf'rA. Southernerwbb. :.'Las'800
by our .. gods fielJs for the success t4li; ; ; t o.tp1..t., ,
resumed his profession, will devote / i- - .W V.WVAVVt 4 f/VU nt n' acres of af able land_ 3ivid_,if...tri'V *irt uJ* I
-. HAVING The amount of wealth which is destined.tkcr. <- orals crops, and secretly burns gums'from""'!he.orest I the new basU V% VU>"* =*J 1W1 A y
exclusively to its practice throughout he c'n'estiIite from the ot.Southeziinqualitj to perveryfine'njfgrb Spain cdru/Spp in'small 40Q .
to' create efore.4tn earthen
no one idol"pf a carved stone. : r 6.V"t-* in'gr.-
the Eaten) Circuit of Florida. iiiandrigbt.. ..-. : i
b s--t5cultivtO'ivhi
fact that no one yet knows the limit of- its ca- c irefuily hr.ideu from th6' scrutiny ot'tlie priest h'w nI'; -. nropir. ,
Jacksonville .Fla.. Nov. 10th. .- tbdO etd hands f
1849. '
pusity. When however its praductiveiits- i in'fiPme obscure corner of bis hut. Upon.these -; ; Hesupp s'csiihaitjristea f .

shall; have: been developed, nnd experiments. that tare I Ii ey- however, urti ntifiy.all ilie'renrv -.4- bthiirt ,tile sltves which jg a\decided adsnt

UPRNCEK: & IS A KB It; shall fully'have iinfoldel its resources-wfapuotanges of th
lemons Htat-s coffeeftheinfinite'varieties :'ear'pf 3oulo4ireor.Faust ,1 ritrr! into theYollAw-inir ma*+trirw.5. :>...i"5--JI *-
ttorflqu at Ham ,, pine apples, expusu re.toUerigor of the prth d.'; .
of fruits;i ad plants'which,enriching LIme of.theiitatues "to which-Ijhaverefered'; L about fi : :

JnckuoiivilLr, Pin."TTTILL most abundantly the laborer in the regions :hayp :the same eJab'orate.head-ilresses'withpth- of a very large"1figure..* His physioomy is '5ay:' j enty field hands-meri boyiCand W6 .j

of the refuse'vto in Korthem ers6f birs'a mild even when he orders meri.-.weretb'be bird They'cbatd be '
Equator, grow Cofran, pn'e: shield upon his armj; ant execution. 'His B'jwjtn I
VV practice in tlieseveral.Courlsin the_ lititud s-whi-n thvee shall have been :and still another has fien'aboveiks head the.,-principirpMSsioii: is the-luxury' of thetoijet. Virginia at ah'average.of fi ftyror" ixty* ilpllars

S Wstrct Eastern:Conrt.Circuit of Florida; in the 1.3. brought into cultivation, then we expect to sfc sculpturehead.of ulligitor.. ;Allsire.-yery'j Severn! thned f day he changes'his "costuaie oruniforms. per year depending of course:Upen the'proppfticm *

theSuprenie Northern District of Florida the Peninsula Florida one of the most wealthy -ancient, and the places of their deposits have:: Hisepaulet'sarid etfatt trimmings of inetfto"women" ; The"men- being worth

Court. at Tallahassee; rind' prosecute agricultural districts on the globe.r beeif hahdedd6wn from one generation 'tonotber. *?- iutmeu/e size; they were'made'in Paris nibrer : '- .'- ;': 1'4
claims ;
before Congress and the Departments : An objection has .been frequently raised fo Thq/ragment bfl.many are .to be. ex'nre&tly him.' Ueirig a very excellenc cavalry Twenty hands of fifty dollars would cost$1000'' M !

MclioHERT Government \Vishington.Jos. : Florida from her isolated,ovioftheitay position, found withiiiaiew, miles of Leon;. find .th'eroJ officer hefa fond'of American horses upon 'Clothing IV.A.IC-V-and: / 'taxes" = '-- 'r' -' ''-' & PENCEi t. she'he is from the must which'he likes to : .IJ.4Oo
Jan.49. cut great routes 01 'origliially'liave beenterelover.thecountry. a'great'numberscat. j pirade .. 3 Joi'fnn
; -
lyr Northern travel. This stateof things! there is : :> ,' 'f.t *. :It will be understood that he knows neither ,. -- --. r k. .4 b

-. --- reason to hone;' will last but little longer.: i Perhaps the nfostremarkable loe.ilitr- 'ivsli writeorto read.' :HeiafulIofnrV fii ioo :i'Ther' *VUUP d

Kir, IPpit A ER.. There are.'good grounds for believiri'g thafntno the exception .of'the Island of'Omet peli/Lake iigainst'those who'areacquainted-wiih "this.ordinaryknowledge t'hehir :-' too- bysiei' biilaftb'be"' paid;by '

: ditint' day, Florida will traversed by .Nicaragua, is Ihe JsLmd ofMomotouibita iu the andhe'says bf en that h'e ;"Let, rasftheyare paid by heowner. '.

three Rcihoads one from: ist. 3Iarys to Cedar' Lako of Monag a.. I paid avisit to Uii island does not wisit to hLean'tingto db'with that la us gee bowitwiU be estimating: the cost
ANDCounstUoc br.
Keys, another the 'South '\Vestern, from' Fort' early int July. It'lsii'beaUtifuTvpIcantc cone,I cursed pen" which makes the whites able to > According to,'th PdrtenfOffice,

at Uato, Gaines by or hfar 'Marianna lo tst.. Andrews: rising with all the,symmetry .oC.jMtugar doaf, deceive the poor negroes.uJs, iinot .unfortu-. Rep whicfifislheld as good authority insuch i

JACKSOSIVILLE, FLA., Lay and the third the road from Montgomery fron the midst-of The lake. Before "it tPwers saysheVt6aseean honest man'.tried fo -' matters, field laborers are TOrthin 'Massachjx 1

WILL attend to any professional .business to Pensacola: Should: these enterprises, or uny.' the giant'vblcanq of Momotombcf, fronfthe 6"ireard ; having put his.signattire upon aprece'of'paper, $10 setts and several' other Jforihtrn Statft, from

to him in the Courts of the one"of them, be consummated, it.niay be expected ; dacken Summit of .which still rises .the' ,wbs n bpaaasLpleaes? S to-$12 -per nionthr: We -will,, supposo ;16 .

Zwtern: Circuit und the Supreme Courts at that/most of the travel from New .(Orleans to' smoke of internal / .Momotoinbita Js i indeed .-' i pot'o'nly;' 'i ignorant,; but'alscr; su- men to perform as much labor as 'twenty mixeld

Tallahassee He has also such sm advanta the North will be across our State j convcnieriee -. a reinirkable island,and the traveller who( .< Pries.ts rein favorwith him; with hands. It will stand thus: 16 hands at $11 per

geous connection with an able Lawyer at, Wash .ingress and egress, of exportation and iniporUition gazes upon it from the shore of t he.lakie. njot .tKa.only conditioathatthey will flutter [his: monlhy being S132 per year S2I12 CO ';

,ington City as will ensure a prompt and speedj will .be multiplied.for-the inhabitants. surprised! to'.learn Jthat under the.sbadows and. passions, and allow him to practice the awful 'Costcf: board,-say S50 -SOO OO

collection of such claims as may be placed and important cities built up at'ejich uf the "termini amidst the gloom of'its"dens6' forests,* fringed; superstitions:OfttheizObLand Vandau, '- The -" -

.in his hands against the United Stated .; wealth will be creutedcnterprise engendered thcstrni3/pfvages; ; 'stand' the. rude-.and- pniy'minUter religion. ,wno has been Jiving 'v Being Do. costoffreelabor 'S:2913roo: I
'Sept,8tblS49. diffused. Ploridian.ME. frowning on good terms wjth him is .Jesuit of slave labor -. 100,0.00
LyAOENC intelligence .' .statues of" the gotL5ofaborigina1 su-:, a ,named VAb-j ':* -'- -' "- :: .-
& -r -;
*' \
""** be .Caiwb. is said
perstitign; < ) to be very rich. > : t :
.CLAY ASD THE SENTIMENT IN KENTUCKY.The .-" It is.a'slngul fac iandLandther.' eyidence-of,3 .The most influential man e Jfaustin 1st. DifferelTceofcosf > 'SlsYs'pp '

OF ewrre.ipoijdenc of the New York iierjald,I the prevalence.-inxiAmerica of*thejloctrine1. of' is'a hegrp hamed Papulpi, a sorcerer,by trade, "Thusit'uryi be>een'that'tVeelaborwill; cost :

DK. S.' S. reporting the proceedings of the.late" Frankfort the two reciprbcaiTprinciples'bf nature (the ii.'. ihd the only one authorized by"lawto*, perform kiifdh fOur-fiftksjnore" than sIne labdr where iach
riTCffl'S Convention makes the following, rem.irks tive He and thei behirBnt_ ; where,the. 'fameri '
;inUpii8sive,1male and, female.)! that-jthese. 4.'Wangas j. great priestesspf f Vai- bwB3 '
CELKBRAThD MEDICINE. which prove the popular sentiment Kentucky figures were representedj some as male and some ::4iu,/, are the,>private -counsellors.of Tthe expresi ..'i the slave 'on his'farm :jthe .differeaebtf? 1 '

sound to"fhe core; Mr. Clay and his supporters sfeuialel lent andpresentniperor .mncKmbredecTde'diy iiifivorof slave'Iaboiv'
Used turn YThelndiii'nsT'bFHantduras ; 'They are thetwo'pillar's -
ly distinguished success in the J'soys ? KT .i ; -;>: ,{- ; : --.
have committed .vfriauential
: l political/e/ocfaj V Jerrafa WqrshippeU wo images: njale and te pfvthat awful barbarian fcee mason* L Monirclq
cure of "Mr Clay position in regard to Kentucky male whicii 1 ryamportfed frjni'th&.' ora-Repui&-W1njh r et-
they c iU the great -uhejvAhd the hqres;ofAJfric?-VVKowb'iild Th LOfldNews.i
Coughs. people is somewhat anomalous .His distinguished ; ,believe.that'dufiu i 1kbe l ,
Consumption, Catarrh, great mother, and t'trtbcrokihei1naijIt1ie which -he say 'n little ( the last year human ertinentljks-
Asthma, H art .Diseases 'position rin the Union;.' and his eminent- moon were.also reftcesentati (sacrificea.lijid taken plac, in Hay ti, if those facts governed and it thit th\e\ 'mPnarcbTcally ?' 9

c' Dyspej- b'ililies and brilliant talents, appear to be the ves. 1 h.ive: {heard'pfothersjocaUties.isircilar h npt been sworn toby mea o r"1 -' the jtortected eo unics all Around

; Gonorrhosa, Piles, Female,I State pride of the people, and Ee'cnW'ii the i to this *w"hlch"f-prbpMJB'fM/risiq nn,ishiilljtberefore -""' "--intfe* country;? t'.* 'nally great rpub1ic oftheUnIted St.tes are eter.. I

Complaints emancipation question,-his_ ad lyocacyi a- ''Ihe'Etat 'ot the raenkclngt eir;sovereign that they:,'wih
&c.f:&c. r jpf; ,n receat" irji'ats.was t64{ KUIC major .break'thVcQunexionand y
least t administratibnf nk Bjit, this course on.schemeTof concerning. them. -. ,' 1% erous. They may be compared to a quantity of ance ttf tfieir ; fertherjanegf- z
l&O > Jt f-i--* ., republican-
*' neighbors? We'aeVer
> )
abolition ? is/i leeches,
estrpyed almo'sVenllrely;. yi must not'howevervforge tomention : sucking the" blood ot tb&couutry.-! heat
Dr. teat of
: S. S. Fitch's mf'f''I! "J-"e'V* i >'- '- outlying territories or states of the fed
Supporter Shoulder iis personaL popularity,among tjie' people ; aut| there has lately been discpvered in tfuVpruyhiQeof jr.e. an oug this body, ;colonels who are eration threatening :

Braces, in/thiingTubes,- and Lee- I have been assured by laadlug Wliig politic .Vera Paz130, mije! north'.easiof JGuateina- bbIftrde'iud; ; geQerals who are.cooks.. British empire:' :How Wannex tfiemseves't04tb.V I
iiins here, that'it is beri Blyt quesubn whether la, buried ina dense \ the'/ sithat'ohriatjej&gj ,
tures on Consumption and the. ( fpresf, and. far-from any PJPlcbmmanJeit pt jtfni .is an :phj ed gbyernment'so*uniVemlly in
art ,Mr Jay cuuld darry.UheState,Of Kentucky settlements suaip3iohn'or .i'egrofrn Marti niea,"who stammers,and knows. tion? -How is that piresdLiaffec. I
of preserving and <; ** v'a trea.wnaga st there
; Life i'
or.aiiy office for Atr'hich. tie'raight bea djilatei Pulejiqije in.eite t.and'magni'fijctenc andil.playing not yen how to vtrpop&>,?A8.i-ji?r> publican i

-, Health, to Old dee,' Certain it; is that in the ouentiotilti's'pojiti; n ft degree of'hich zione'the! bsOidicth yreno1ik: h id' t'ieast ; government ys--' ;' '- -iVai-t i;

41h. -in regard*,tp ihe manc paiion ,igue8tjon.5hjjK -structures'of Yucatani canlay._ lanul? beeovi thin Bb'dy fth 7..ThAdiith! Missouri H\e1i/t1 e reet-Lr- t'e*

I : .. been nit severely* critJciseU' and, dhiiriaect"bytliosoin'tbe : ernment Guatemala se.nta commission to xammeit. -. eyrecejagourLh ( dolhir)3) ';tyiMQ.'Metro( olitanuin no cing'thp laWCoaPvention
Lave '
been, appointed Agent,for'the safe of body Vho are/reedghiseiJ'sas'' ..but theirinyestigUtiobswere stipivip- roof 18ft1. at.Jacksoaf MississippiJ anil the gallant

tl1:1Iboe ly Goods und'will keep them,constant kadigVhgs"i'; 4 .j, .-,4' 2* *' terrte4 l bg thfr'civil ftrnmiS of the pip- $d:1ll ; tkopi a1zn tn ir and harmonfus spiritwhich/animated i -.1:

oaJundatmysDrugstoreia the Town Toirefef..gaii' the emancipation qaes ion: try; a they'ee.oqie .uiiuimoci, .: v-j & dtudewith1heThIloi
of < it'
V.J. *"" V.' *" 'Mjt vU.JTUJ' [% V33irt cerdia1respcaedt.t
laaa, Tampa.Iky,Fia. .. '- It Jia's tier n fthe %aill- bnewhicVr' i ; zzde. iDnndimpierJfcr4ntvfngs.('1 Shall. .ThepHvateiaurd pfJVrastm Jst., .called ''by- 'Th gekil andoxnited:movenis 'wgo

Dr. L D. R'->QERS.r. :4t DyIr44lia8 sunkmost, r i .*.MB.*cavil UK go'tberLus' soiiis M dtkwfl1pTntttI ['the jnh Wtant J'ibe" : Bi% oot ,"..although
t izL1L """ men in, the> tat T BesitfttOlfc, iUlay Juxlgc"Underwood ,f J earn also of other interesting mpnuments"near 4 V-ts-rr: >_r---t- bo4y-ot ucls ready- 'Tince Northern Aboltionists,and their adjunct .

late United-Btutiw ..henatQrand Ja by, in Honduras; andean- qQjI nebe boodywi1Lo1.t1Ieir
; Salvador"pT which f v-vr- j ;., *iF! every where,that the slave tstateswHI band tb
JttrucUong Directions for prowotin UejilUi, Lid ln, number others! amossjr min utand. dislinguisliedjhave -, no publicmenton.baa.yet;hen mI4eI shall, : PI J ybrbqtb gether, asbne body when their.ilghti are threanened

.Children.*to ilotberain* the Management;.of advp'ciited Jb'ris py !lI! tb? Mtiiip Jv< n tb>lteset.aUhou; hiherejs Sfe St M M
: ,uwy, be had, gnitiiitoujly, bycAlung >ah
Valuable-Boak.for it at the store as. above.- **An extremely.. ./ 'c ,J.'J** .:>-.vr-8 > >.s/ j But Here coes.7,nowtt1lstan49EOLITIcS < l&f"Cr- ..- \ $ ,tbebl; $nd; L wBei* e5 rtea Txi>*&y '

: .., Nrw Mber. ?" nf u c.. elfeby i blackspirft; of, 'famticI toloa .
Tampa, Auga8t.25t4S49. ? ; ..yoKrrWe : fthhiBtaLe'ThittJhe IJjJIWNEfWA.-iQel| >inMT kafe1; ** i** -i4 -' *-r.<'! iTrjV'ffSSaia negro' M V i
1y ': a-atrf Wjfaiy. of "fhe 'popSlarvotipl8.jibout : ->ntipn of ihe territory on.tKe SOifi Odtooeifre. toaf m fi w :imbSfflpfiK' I drop-of blood-of the ld rep'abli&w ffttheVaoecErJ. i i

; >50ar-r'itiat tfie enate has l 7k'eda ;solved kr4 a theli'4_
GUS.4 : fy ngainst.tfeitrffayJor il li-rmTElaitra ,
single and: double barre to.1 Dcrnocr4ts&he" llozeeder : for 'Ifl3'iCr1l ribn WAO.i>res3u H 3rteii&tt>Bamdei i mcfirn _:::1 .
tieU3Ltelbj m -
foraIq appoint i
by I
':fl ; 4.1M. RLJD IICI ,the delfgate.ia ongre,1 eeotiit letterrfully 'l reporters ,vcoznpreliensible San Francisco,) has reoeotly.* : SI
himself DenxocratT"
avowing tohcniacIes.' thousand fy
'- dolljw gambling in *ipgje


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"It is understood herethatMr.'CalhciunViilresist .: ..:.. >, '1', ,t -.' )Fdrthunpurd 'ble 'snof pubf >od term*" wi i &Mr,
I It is truly subject of gratulation, that our the incorporation" fVCa1ifornhiIUtQ ,the : .
' youngest slater' Mississippi should have taken Union as a Stite1 should,the'Constitution that -'.., )i1shsoexnacerpurWhigpublic( p p V r, ; V Until ;these, :_articles I ,we,hare, Q'1 d' "

. jm the initiative In this all-Important, measure, she may present ,exclude slavery.! ??-Washington y.i documents.of the time of tho"last. fromVh'g Pal\ ''and ._- --'.
V V measure, we sincerely believe of present security Charleston Courier. ;. -v 'yf:' > -. .. .c" o r.: extll ts

.. : to the to South the. Union.and ultimate We have harmony ever, along_ and Such Correspondent. a position on the part of a Senator, r '.' .Seminole 1 'war, f showing- Conclusively frorupublic ..aoctitnentj, 'apry" t' V'

. im .with prosperity the patriotic CUKVES favored the concerted would certainly be very absurd, and at variance jAoVJLLDCEIBEB' i '!. .l$49rthe :; ,that j the, 'VV-higs urged,and:succeeded. ,in be'spurious; -our position i 1i is tu

': .- of the all matters of com.f with the fundamental principles of this -_ :.' ble : ...:. ...
" action South, on : ldi now 1' .. '
Affecting thepfajfjdfthe *
: ,
of rhich is -JroBderv" ; : ,.
h:! .monconcern common grievance to the South government the most important 'From' _ __ __ ,
. of the .people- to govern : ; ; the'State :the,. V.V -; ..:. : V
f .of of m u our South, inflamed into angry and in- the sovereign right : 'By'Our latest !ihteHigeacc froni Tamtliat remaining against energetic : ptaie ol" II "
excitement, the -Tariff question, themselves and to form their own State Consti .Florida_ ,:C1rcuIsc., 1". 1 ,
: 1; temperate on
11 f'';' 11 ,hurried herself into the unwise and inefiBcieat tution. -The.Constitution .f-the::Uni6u only! pawe1earn; ;, : >the5thlnst.Wednes j : : ,reraonsi- .- _- .-ranees. ** ',.f:our" %,delegate l V Circuit of Florida*, "' !, .

4 : scheme of nullification counselled and warmly rsquires'8f n State that she she:shalV adopt admission a.., day/next, has been;ssigned. b11 1General j.m Government to gain
& 1:t' firm advocated conviction a Southern that the convention mere assemblage, under the of Republican-form imo the'Union of, and it would"be an"anoma-:. TythsVa, : )final"Wk" r-. :' ih*' *'the :in.-ery variety: ,; furious :invective, .by County ofDuvql at 4eJYor B&r.ik, .

. ii ; such a body, would have sufficed to repress the' lous position for a Senator who. claims, to .be, :. Seminblesthe i t i ;:resultsof; Which* ; are.- o thefWhigprints: ,:but have. .& yet seen '.'849. .. V / V ., .:.r... ',

,\ IIIHkS : f wrong is our conviction which the now South, when comp1\l a question ed.of infinitely Such- par dictate excellence to a ,people a State whether Right'sman their, to Constitu-assumeto be. conclusive 1''o ;thefrftfrcibe. !: or-f.,.peaceable >, no reason jo' alter oaropiniona i .t ,hitherto. '. The Grand_Jury'- to, .tie_ dUcaarg8 ,of ifll"-

:; greater magnitude-one, indeed', of vital tion should admit or exclude slavery. We do removml.. ,;Wi.,trust ,that.fhis'is i -.the 'expressed.-; :,usual I here..barrenne s, duty, have jiaU4.lixe Jail,:of th .< w.t;;
t' demands the united counsels and com not believe that Mr. Calhoun-will take an -such find it safe and
, concern- secure and
, ,:'. ;|' mon action>of theAggrieved and Insulted-South.V I position. 'cBie. and that an end will-,.be.placed to: :of argument nas,to ,be; supplied! 'in- prisoners as its size admit.13_C9mot'f

t'. )11 j Let the South meet in her strength one man We promised, cme twoweeks; since, that we this dilly-ialiying! and : lalking;" from !teiuperenceof; nrig ag these attacks_ trill ,We"_ .
the Chronicle again without'some cots be provided or bunks be
: .. : and say tothe encroaching North, "hitherto would not refer to ,pat ttnfc "
. t :.1o'i shalt thou come, and no Ctll't1ierand here shall good reason for it. That reason exists, \which.our enemies seem' 'to .derive, the, upon'ourposition'are.: full of, personal-; the coafort of the prisoners In sleeping..

;': :. : thy proud waves be -stayed;" audit requires The iustant.above we copy from that paper of the 14th ,whole. benefit, ,ItJs, time,that some. .7"decided _' ; :i jties, .but: destitute ofanything that can The Grand Juy:.hive examined the t :

; .t. 5-J ry neither sagacity the,gift to divine of pruplecyantIrcxtraOrJiflt-that the threatened injustice Tke Chroniclo-ia.justifying the action of the : step'was 'taken, ."and that if the " \ ,W..are, not,so' .:learned- meat of the application! of'the .funds of lie

, l the insult j
:; I"i impending ball is to come <>fT it . i&i Nothing but the divisions of the in the name of tho sovereign rights of the peo.. the Judge of Probate, and find the
I:'-t South have hitherto induced and encouraged ple. We desire to-.have clear'views upon this immediately.From : tot: (thefentiii: }; .but,we, presume ifwsavVaOyVIiing& The Grand Jury, V _same correct.' V

'V ",; :t the North to institute and wage the war subject. It is profoundly important, and -we do 'a'letter-received by Col. SPENCER than his sticking: present as agrieraace tie
' :;1t taow so boldly, relentlessy and 'wantonly prosecuted not wish any of the readcrs of (the Chronicle a :. unequal.manner iu.which the ''tIlue'La'f

I L>:. \ against Southern rights, interests and misled by its views. Many might be led to be.. from Tampa,. dated Nov.:. 20th, it. out inJiis columns'; ; the strength of his this. State are levied, and collected 'ih, &.'

i ii.a .i.t;! feelings. The union of the South will prove lieve that it is all right.for'the people of California that den. TWIGGS has taken arguments7'.would" notvbn .that account divides lands subject to taxation into ifc
4 ,1; :.4t the shield and buckler of the South-her strong to say whetherslavery shall be tolerated appears r
, 4'-*' tower and her impregnable :wall of defence. or not. the Arkansas delegation of Seniiholes be :Impaired..,. Mr. YULEE. ,:did not write' qualities, first, second and &hi 1d .' V .

',WI5: We doubt whether it will even be necessary for .. Admitting that all-California with territory Peas tax according to.these grad'esV The citizens
to the,Military Station at 'Creek. l",-editf1riaj Jnld: if He bad .the. *
.1 }t' i the proposed convention to meet-it will be e- enough to muke seven states as large as Georgia Florida acquired their lands under

O. ::;l nough that the South should prove herself might be admitted as a single state, does it Theirpow of-eloquence} will probably fin ts not who wrote them 1 ,J but whether 'circumstances portion by grants diffweat
.. carnet in this matter. Let Southern contain requisite number of seventy thou Vt from tii
{ every
, 'be. made of in the approaching 'talk: .. vfaithful:: ..fromTh'1t
State but respond, and that immediately and sand inhabitants. We mean'such inhabitants use V they; rtlye t* extracts Spanish Government, which were, oadt'h

! : warmly, to the Mississippi proposition-let the as are contemplated our national oonstitu- Confusion in tiie Mails.We -M .pafpe. -' er',' ... many cases, as ranges for tattle and for miffing
'ff'V'i the attention readers to ', '
determination We ask
united South shew her fixed TO tiqn. our Itt and '
&O! purposes, necessarily form their
article .Amongothers 'irttemperance- 4e**
( & MEET IN CONVENTION, at Nashville Tennessee the following editorial which appeared have hitherto refrained/from-aV ,
I ; :; t proposed Mississippi in the jirst Monday in in the South Carolina Telegraph of the 43th of xvhose jan'guage/Tfre .pardibecause: he I tent and character, embrace large porti u' i V
fr the -"c k1w.orseconounded" "
to -
I !. ;i June next ; and we confidently anticipate that August last. Its statements are taken, as will luding poor and valueless land.. The other portion b ,

,. 'Irf* -\! the mere exhibition of such a determination, in be seen. from a California paper. Is the population whkh no\V appears to reign,ih the' is .office-holder r, and; moreover; because purchase from the government. at. $1.25 p

jt:'I fji' the practical and decisive mode of appointing therein reverted to such an one as oughtto mail o.ourSiatefeingthat .he.proves ihe' vtry'.point V we-urg'eIweure -, acre, embracing the most valuable Und in't&
:: v.' delegates to attend the proposed Convention be allowed to establish a state even of ordinary i- arrangements
, .. will supersede the necessity of its actual assemblage limits. If not, how much:more'outrageous it might improperly 4>e attributed assailed by Mr.. RUSSELL, the State, of which, much the greater part taw

,, .;L.,! by the immediate removal of the cause.- to permit them to decide now. not for territory pleen but the "'Seitine1"umntie former 'etliior '6f : be ..St. Augustine purchased from the Government and so.tele*,;
} lo party as. ,
But should this be a too flattering unction laid large enough for one State, but for twelve of the. j 'ted as the best land, is taxed only as third :rat
! t(. I on our soul, why even let the Convention meet size of.sou 111 Carolina it 1mn' .' any longer, and ""Itfews" when its politics were'Whig.. land." .It ,is the of the .
;.,: "': and speak in a voice at once ,temperate and Here is the article from the Telegraph.From in' opinion Grand Jury tiai'
f.trt reform of 'abuses Heopetis the following 'strain exhibiting -
. 'fth: ?. jet tirmof, brotherly love and yet of stern solemnity the Tde.graph of Aug. 19. calls we trust it must have been the intention of the General .

'r ', ,;'!,": the united resolveofthe South no longer "WE THE PKOVLE" OK C.o\L1FORNIA--.As the \ve shall be "aUO\}! 'ed to chime' in.. A 'a 'wafmth of feeling, certainly Assembly in passing the Revenue Law, -thai-

'14 J:'jt'.: but on to submit the contrary to aggression to uphold, outrage her institutions and insult,, most conclusive commentary on the project of particular grievance which we would i little calculated to examine with success lands of a similar quality and value should pat

., ,'f1 '"r:. ier rights and her sacred honor, ''peaceably admitting of the California illhabitmtS-1nd as si State the, on other the proposi.application call the attention of postmaster? lo V the I, a'coldtnatterof fact: a like tax throughout the State, and thereby

V.\;;): if she can, forcibly if she mu tP tion one:viug the Territorial question to be settled south of us, 'is 'their sending .packages- I" cThe conductor of;TheNercs, in his paperof I r carry 'out .the provisions of our constitution
that the incipient
, Ft'? We repeat then that we rejoice rby the people or' the TCIritoril's"-an- the 17th iust makes a statement which I ; which declares that "all tales shall be equal
: towards this momentous addressed Jacksonville
measure of letters
, I .; has been step taken, no longer, nex the following information to what "we the to by think it proper to .'notice, though, from the i kind uniform." We. ate therefore of opinion i

,- ::. ridiculed suecred by .lisissippi-itcan at as a South-Carolina people" coversthere. Theltit California, of ho through.bag," whilh'il never open. character of the reckless' scribbler irpra 'whomit : that it was not .the intention-of the framers of
?Vivt the 2d of a tablet of the number of i proceeds I 'I belfe '
J.uly gives iuight e safelyIcaVeitlo'pasa
oject-but South-Carolina will we doubtnot4 the taw to tax sterile and barren land .
ed until it reaches Savannah,-and thus II poor ia
perEons who arrived in California from the 1st for, whit it'is worth/orlrith the'cpudenAja- .
V 1 .i' yield it a warm and unanimous support-
to June 30. From the 1st of January lion it loare portion of the State the same amount
which the bettef
. :' .!' and we trust toothat other Southern and January delays letters for a week. 'The re resting on part of the peracre
' J every to the llth of April,the estimate is that :aecttetdnied 'that is levied, rich ,
the land in
3. community -to attach to upon :nothr0I. .
Slave .
V State will
) holding come promptly of letter its of destination
:( ceipt a place *
C *'.MI gallantly into the glorious phalanx-the l'lia1' 614 arrived by sea and-560 by land. From th'e12th dirty slanders which/its i t br'deals in. The same portion 'o'f the. State. 3h'State, for'itself V
; .* of April to the 30th of June, the numberis has become' such'a matter of uncertainty editor uuzid1y asserts, tnthdut advancing a
lanx of and constitutional ot
; -; equal justice right. has made BT'grades its selected land
t.i** : down males and ,
: 209
I set at females.-
5,677 particle of proof iu Suppo t. of the allegation
\ bet neither talk iaiuk of nullification ,
us nor orsepcrate that there chances
3 State action-but act with the South These arrived by sea in 110 vessels. Of this are equal that the Nefrs, published in St. ,Augustine and affixed as low a valuation as 50 cents per

V 'V, Ii f i' and for the South, us "bone of our bone and number considerably more than half is composed that it does not, like bread thrown upon and -While in toy 'charge, WIl: under the acre,while the poor lands embraced in grant

.: : < .-:, flesh of our fiesh." We have every reason to of foreigners from China, Sandwich Island thu waters ureiuru after day." influence of the Iat Cten. Wortliand Gen. Her- ore taxed_upon a valuation of at least $2 per
: South America &c. land many
By from SoLora and ttandez. Thfs statement I
; > to befalse
or?' believe that young and powerful Alabama, and pronounce acre,operating most oppressively upon the holders -
other of Northern
: departments Mexico the in )'
.every particular
( but Florida will
jet younger equally spirited ,
emigration was about 5,000-making a total of The Election in Sr. of such lands. This we'believe to be un
: 'I f X be no laggards on this high occasion-that fertile AlIg lstlne. Now .it seem Remarkable that Mr..
. I 1. Louisiana and the distant Texas will range 15,000.Of Some Whig office-holder or other constitutional and most clearly, unjust TII
(! themselves under the constitutional banner these 15,000 persons. about -5,000 are A. RUSS'EL in denying with so much obviate these objections we respectfully.sag-
mericans, 6.000 Mexicans, 2,000 Chilians nnd writing from St. Augustine to the Republican
; that Arkansas and Missouri will on to the rescue wttittith rtNevv "
" f ll: the remaining 2,000 from nearly every country."It .ju fcjhc $, \vhen :condtrclfd i gest to our Assembly the proprietycfso
from the lecesses of the far West-that old has the cool ,
: Virginia will don her armour at the first blast will thus be seen that a preponderance of to muwYbigflnFpices, was under amending our Revenue Laws, as that the

.I ; ;k'! : of the trumpet, and do battle in the rightful and the The emigrants number thus of inhabitants far is foreign,17 iu the charge the Democrats of that place tliewfltrence ot 'Gen*. HERN AND rz* and tax on lands shall be based on its assessed

! !# righteous cause,-that Georgia North-Carolina: (the Ht of last country. on with having gained their recent chatter value. *
V January was probably not far 5en. \VtRTH should ;in the next
: .t. and Tennessee will stand shoulder to shoulder .very
from exclusive Indians. election The Grand.Jury in closing their duties&
'./ with their Southern compeers-that old Kentucky 15,000, Of this number by furnishing disqualified voters paragraph, give us the very beat: proof
: $ 9.000 were Caliibrnians 5,000 Americans gratified in being able to congratulate our fellow
'; even at the sacrifice, if not under the with temporary titles to'real estate : ; V
; :* *: .! .OD, will strike for the constitutional equality would give, then follows, the character of the present and claims that the Whigs have really them \\vith'writiug'b\s: \ editorials' ,. Ay evidencing t\\ as jOt does,the morality* "* *-* and good
population as :
\i of co-equal sovereigutits that even Mary- majority.. How' does this tally with 'behBvi of V
: Americans 10.000 1 Chilians 2.500 but he furnishes us. '\y\\h testimony land and Delaware
however far have
I J:t'. they may Californians 9JOOO; 1 Other the from the V The Grand return their thanks to bis-
. ..t-. ,_ strayed from the common fold, will yet 1l1:1kct nations 2JOOO; following Sentinel : wliicbtniglit; now w.irratit it. He says Jury
',.'tJ F;,' common cause with us, choosing our people for Mexicans 6,000 St. Avgnst'vie.We notice tie late charter.. Honor the Judge for his able.and. instructive.,,
Total he absent .11 the time tue.article
. \1 iheir people. and onr God for their God, 30,000 ection iu this time-honored city resulted as fol was re- charge, and request that he will cause these

; fc t >,v We would' i ; : f minds, and the hearts of our people, and invoke population territory on the 1st (dem.) 107. The democracy mustlookout '
: NfcUlip: our worthy, spirited and jatriotic Governor of October. and sums it up at 00,600 of which for their ,;Gibraltar" : probable it was 'written by Captain the minutes, and be published lathe newspapers

: to make the proposed Convention a subject of 35,000 20,088 of will all be nations.Americans, U,000 Califoruians, If this has hitherto been the "Gibral- : PRAGUE. H'e could have made no explanation of the County.

j : : special recommendation in his anual message K. B. GIBBS Foreman.ROBEar .
4w; A most delightful mingling of elements what mote. unfortunate. Capt. ,
: t. to our State Legis ur. truly ter" of the Democracy, to account -
I !jr;.T 4t' On this question we hope that all party difference to constitute a State Would they send as representatives for tdo sudden increase of the, SPRAGUE was the 5on-in-Iaw of Gen. Bi an amalgamation ticket
will be and buried that composed
; *" ; : forgotten we V
; ," shall know neither Whigs nor Etmocrats, but of all colors "from tawny yellow up to dirty Whig 'vote in that city since,the' incoming WORTH, and the devoted reflector of 'all n Mr. R. W; tWalkerr. a representative ia

''I( t' a Southerns only,-and that, in the language of American red P or would one-third the colored two-thirds? oust the of the 'Whig office-holders there. hi*'opin ns. If he had influence: ,enough the Alabama Legislature, from Tuskegee, 'has

., our great st.atesmau-yet we trust, to ware the altogether given'nt ce that he will early in he session,
'( fl ;. executive, honors of our great glorious, and But the matter is a serious one; the proposalis ,Nothing .mor or leIS than the, very circumstance -' to obtain the publication ,uch .
bring forward a bill authorizing thejStatetb
t farcical but the adoption of it would be most '
Union shall hold article .
:. perpetual -we every Southern which has been an b'ur position is proved. -
molancLoly in its results both to those who chargedon :up 100 ,to be California
' \ i'-.t' man (and, inthisentegol'J'z we design to include committed purchase negroes, sent to
''f (, .r:.. also every man indeutined with the South, in so great an outrage and those who submit the [ei ocra. s.Ve abk' whether it Everyone knows'tile S relation, between. V to work,in the ,gold mines, and the profits of

I, t'.; i-. interestin, principle or in feeling.) nearer thantr mot to Proviso such an than infliction.this. Better far the Wil- was a Whig or a Democrat who sent Capt.. SPRAGUE .and!Gen; Won TH at that their be devoted to the ,payment of the'
Northern :
any Whig or Democrat.:Let us but 100 miles for the he for time. We remember that ,in October public debt of Alabama.l .. :
' .' .: do this-and the South will b safe, the Union men employed, V

!: '. ," : :: will be safe, and our great and united country SANITARY PB.ECEPTs.-The following are from the purpose of obtaining their votes"?- 1845, V theformer, 'iW order to 'su; ain l : -tatethat'the .
; : .: will continue to move on, with giant strides, to Dr. Brigham's "Utica Asylum Souvenir NEwWeg.ithertrom'this ;
; t Jt I: the consummation of its glorious, its mighty, "We wish we could imprtssS upon all, the vast .We auk whether it was a- Whig office the Oft repeated"'assurances which Gen' Democratic majority of the popular. rote is

t 4 14 .J.\, ts continental destiny.MR.CALHOUNAND. importance of .securing sound and abundant holder or 'not who. qffered to give a. WORTH had made to Government as a out 1500;;.-.that the Senate has. 17 Feds to.jsbemocrats
_ _
sleep if so we should feel that we had done '
i (44?, H : MR. BENTON. an immense; ,good to our fellow beings, not mere- square foot of ground to any' one, who to the pa jfic.'disP )81ti ,1' of,thtf.Indians; -the House 65 Democrats, 53 Federals

p: r.a*" iW ;'. Mr Benton, in one of his allusions to Mr. Cal- ly in preventing insanity, but other diseases would vote thu Whig ;ticket And felt it necessary to, publish long, appealto'thf ,:thus making V a tie'on joinc btlIotO of 1

t J1z boun, makes the following statement; aleo."We this frantic desire t citizens of Florida :each'party-. V V V
.. ,.'. fear that the great praise of early rising .I why tf carry an unimportant ) assuringthem
, ;;;, "A Senator of the United States he had has had this bad effect; to make some believe charter election. Just the that, the .Seminoles were. GEOltaIA.Tho bill to repeal alllaws prohibiting
: ., 'J sworn to support the Constitution, and twice that sleep is -of but little consequence. Thoughit ; the
the sUve traflem Georgia has passed
: :,' attempted to commit treason against his country may befell to rise with the sun' or when it converse of the reason assigned by the yet at the .same' time most inconsistly ,

'Itb 1 l :; and again was willing to renew the infamy.In .- is light, (not before,however,) yet this is of mi. : writer in the Republican, -not ""'o.s.ui't ;'declaring.:that if, at any \time ,the House Representatives, a vote of 93 to 29.EI .
: 1832, Jackson wonld have hanged him as nor consequence in comparison with retiring I t
'\ 'TL".t: high as, Haman which was seventy-five feet early to bed. certain purpostbfMr.YuLZE, at YVash- Indian boun4ari s,were infringed. upon :' Nxw YOKE, CTIOS.-The result in.tbb

'i V. V and six incbes-the warrant was in the hands I "I have always taken care," said the worthy iog'toot but to suit certain of the whole,country" might.again" become State Is a tolerable.equal division of the offices.
t ". ; .'t of the Attorney General,.who'was ordered to Dr. Holyoke fter'he was'above.. 100 of purposes .
.1 tl!; j have it served upon the next mote on the part age, "to have a full proportion of sleep.years which I our Whig! office-holders utj Wa'sHington.They 'a scene /desolation. iGren.: On the ticketvoted for 17'a f SiateatlargethftiJ

! j I of John C. Calhoun, who, when informed of suppose has contributed to my longevity." will have to'-btibe. little WORTH 'wished to enjoy"tho' credit, of mqcrats.elected'Ju'dge, of;Jthe :Court o/'.Appeals
.% *.* tiiis by Letcher, of Kentucky'.was frightened 'In our opinion the most frequent and imme stronger ,(he Attoirney'General,.tcaaa1Commis.StatePriso .

.'1 V II) into a chill qualled .and from that hour the diate cause insanity, and'the one most important next time i if .they wish, tb destroy" .the. having'endeii the T"i It ;jr,nowpfajn; j slower and. lMpworand. .the .Whig*
V ) V nulUfica.tionof'32"asdead. to guard against the want of sleep. that',himself and. \Vltj Ike 'j State Treiwurw
Democratic majority. | ,
I : coadjutors j onlyposponed'it' ComptrollerSecr'ctary
&O Admitting this statement to be true that the To prccure good sleep it is important that the V V V .
I i A; nullification of'32 was dead from that hour, it mind should not be disturbed for several hours The following! ; j is a. pi.eci'H* ',.of the : .. ;.. .. f *"* I V V: : and the: g1o't.theehi Judges of tie
f V
1 .. ;t.\. is a little consoling to reflect that it did not die before tiring to rest. reultMr. SOLIJU. i -f ;; "' *'- V Suprexno'Court," elected'1yhitrictthe Democrats -.

;t 1 V until it had killed the high tariff ot'28, and the ; receiving" .., lQ'9./00. ,and-,- Iut makesnp' ; .difference., .- .v. ho.wrote' ::} .", '.' haye.eiwtedtotuYkndwiilgsrfonp.The !

; ; 1 3 eyste n protection forever. But so far from TWELVE THOUSAND VICTIMS.-It is stated of not 107xvotes as 'J rt, 1jnHV'1i, ) t those, articles, in. ,the :St.." Augustine .
.i .i-tr. t being dead, we shall be somewhat surprised ficially by a Whig ," A- WaaHngtoa correspondent oftherphil; i
correspondenfof the V -
-i f1 if it'does not consign Mr. Benton himself to Philadelpbia papers: VV V t'News. :Their,:furiousattaI s,; '
:, yet North American,that Mr. Collamer, the ;., ," upon1 delpWa'Ledgerj adverts,as follows to;, the ,questjoh -
.n ar the tomb. The nullification of'32 *
: was nothing DEMOCRATS. V: .
Postmaster General ,
+' more nor less than the bold and patriotic assertion eight hundred awl has removed,two,thousand V f' \ 'Mi./VLE.Et, ', j givo/thern.a, :;/" ,', ;.<. V-partycbarac. ,oretr ceskottf. .

i. and maintenance of the rights and rem postmasters, and established seventy.four 808 Democratic .. .Iayor. :V.V.I: ; I.' V.V: ; : V.: t errand-'their* :6ppos.itionto i i [ theremor; "Jlxepropoatiba ieljadeVin.; the' BAlti.

edies the General of the States Government.against In the other usurpations words,of it fices.Democrats.discontinued This some is 1:000 which new'.were post"of held Mateo. ..Solana ,//09.: ..,?)* qf' 'ihe*"- '*IndianaJa.**'"* i V."V "*' \ in"" *" :plain ,-"V print.- "f ;, Mr.* more CcIifl:1bi! :Suns,'to"tbe rt1 SttbotMrjlindhas(retro si 1 of the'District ir '.d7 of

was the putting in practice'of the doctrines inculcated by of 3,682 Whig in the an short aggregate appointment V 4lderm..n.- ,:V :t V.1"' ".,.J. ,..1'..': : r., fShnHohesV-'fs! very ,niuftn! [puzzled l to; ,many:advocate ia high quarters, among the very *

'II- JV by Jefferson and 'Madison, now admit- months! The New York Herald's space of twelve, 'Pedro.Benet -'V' -".,:: .-.V: ,, '* :108, to -aseertin:," wht the: ,'vriigs: deis1ed men whd-epp/osed.the;retroeesatOn"t Alfiandri.a .
ted correspon *
"i '
by the wisest and best statesmen, to be the dent swells the list of .j. : ':, : to the State of Virginia A.! If it be a meattb&agitatioxIof ?
true Republican doctrines of the proscribed under this Alberto'Rogero ,. : ; ,y>; < .. :107limanuelMedkist ptbe' -Indian i *Jo 1 '.Florida11' '11: i 'the--i&t.
V. country, and "Washingtonian era" to twelve t' ousaDq: ., '. ,;. tbestay:;, ._-c '. ,,' .. ., of pUttiDs Mad .: .
no one knows better than Mr. Benton, that _'_ .: : until the_latter.can 'he OI1derV'berly Sfr
# V V V :107kCristoval .5 l rnoDealer :question, :: .,
that ::; l Je'J'Vjrcpc: ; e1wi\
man will be } ': '
not permitted to ," ;
a.whom ItDQS&coa
on ROBBING andmae17.b7tb
repose THE GOLD BgxEsl:-The .r ( ;
bed of roses, who bets his face against them.Mtmphu .- in gold dust from California, generally remittances.come to "BraVo'_ ...::l'-.":. ?.' : 105''w ." /0' -, facilby/Vhau/: 'himself J : :'V Tbisis Ce133U, will hi s positive benefit. to the cOuntry.
Tern .
( ) Appeal, New York in small / :/ No, precipitaterlegislation hrpro4uce4.cO4412 .
bags'which are"'enclosed in. ; BIGS. BscrutabW, cmyteryrn3 .
V r. .fan, ":. 'J" j
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Ip MMPAXTWGTOMOH ' strapped with ir ,These boxes Mayor .V SUNDEW. "If "is ,,' '" ; '
there : i V will' : alwaysi'r.eofam.! aoL. Qfpo1iical Vcornbi 'T&'tbei9baUbf' ;
_ in some instances in the last steamer hate ; i1" '' ',. .probably ta 1.tst1i8 res9l tI9nsi:
body.underthe canister ; been ;
any of Heaven that I : :; 4'V '.
Hernandezl 97/ hot
bored under the iron oMV. convoflonsiy piau,
straps and the : ButTit i :6eStabLshed l
haY in utter exresence > dust Las : ,> : asj| certainty
the amiable rMra : ,
: ,
been thus abstracted. Two instances have' 4derme :V.V .: ."" whlc the wbjwt:can-be removed, from thtnttofth
Partington, Itisaslanderedgoiug- like oc V ; influence of\Gerj.VVoRTH with. '
curred withiu our knowledge in that.the < ladiat soajhttoboe erled I e *. .
Tile bo conatractor packages that .
a \ .
honest folks. I always, inserting knew hisVomel' about came by the Empire City One bpxxcontainine Manuel Crespo "- J.,' -V!f.' .96 the'*War:Depart. raent. ,"and. the: constant. .by w ,true toyersof the ceuafery.*.
one by, his '; t -i-\- -. ,-'' -i' >?r- O'*; :
about .
825,000 short \ V .
I It seems was : $1OO, O. Another MatthiasXeduardy i .< :1 : ': : ; '
aUmagony. as though Belza.boblad box ::,. : assistance be,received j.from the Whig! ; "h 1 ':' '
tumped him with hia"private signal,'and, everyttinfj ., 400,belonging The loss itis ahouwm beliered Baltimore, 'lort'fcl r."G orae'V..hingtiJn",:'il;.. V:.;.'J4VYgncto : .;.9..5. (. ,j.'and j.VVmffftS'! hi #friends" ,".enabledlSi' it & ::'ADa 1'IAyshis dlwh u.aUf; .:::o- :, j"s",,"
> or.
was btkeVVt. -"' '
he looked at press
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appears toturn.ello.J? *. 'C l 1t. ie."It1J04aftd
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take the t llo wing {table iand f ,0.t. l. ?'- t'.1f .. *
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this State being over the Ad.jwddreS < ''. .. .. .. -.Q'. ., 1 .
election in T : %. !mms'ii t iNiW1ffD'
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The fayor4bly of Oen.T111or. from the New.York Tun.tIi e; i1; # ,. j, ( ; : 4
Teltiser. to speak )-! 'c. a icI .i-i \ ..w .L I
inftistheWOr&dCfir1cCVV :i) : : 'j" f' .:, ..." ,..;., <, fo 1- c hasoriato'undergeti'ithonmgb; ,
Bur It: i'3, andIiittotnpeaRfwaie'r'
*Itm be confidently stated, that no Pres- States. -W.; 'D.Vf Stat., V 'y : .... .t :%V--7iLLPractieV: ?in
since the days of Washington, has 2 5 td O' y : Eastern Circuit inthe Cnti. fHhllbog1cId 1 Me .0' + At f ..
,at least Ala IW1& .' :.: .,: V re!ll .Wf t.i _"Yeh..wt'. '
IrS more steadily, constantly and rapidly ArkaW 0 1 Mwoun' 0 ,Head Qnartra, FUrida Tlttilia, l' ; Benton of,:the 8authf ni C& V 4
grown or V TALULRASSKZ, Nov 20, 1849. S V aojuiredj Utis .. of the J rweo
and respect > .. 1
affections good-will, Connecticut 3 V cult of Florida : ,
; N.H&rxzpshize '
in the ,1.' ,2' ; Priotoftusti( i; : F
\ .all classes of his countrymen than has President Delaware "10:? \ N.'JusI'1' 4V, : THEREAS,. an'_election for the'foiiwij T4 1i.B yct; btr,2 th J849.-n ".11.t accomutodiUon w2l>% V V d V V
'.1 'tc.r
very" oesti
r Jf 0 N 'ferJi : Y, field: Officers. wit.rone_JdajoiCGen-:: : ." r_ __ .. .
. Florid t. 32' '* V : .lnvabrd ; ,
tylor. since Gen. for '' for"2d ':. 'Cautlo'i.' : ;'; vellfindtaia 4
election that has been held' Georgia 4' .4 CaroliI1l& '::6 let]Division one Major General : '
Efery V RET'EB'arJi.a11 house desirable..
persogaist ncgotiafing li sita&tt
has fig&c .
WhiteHouse, ,Bragadier General for 1st Brigade I
Taylor took possession of the IllIflOjSV 1 i. Ohio V ,9 : ,' "or"trading for' ::VertainyprotnJl ory" th'e's&otftjItif:f dark pifi7M-175' ftefj &
Behold the V Brigadier General for.3d 'Brigade,\and:one i < .J & t V
resulted in favor of democracy. Indiana 1:9: Pennsy1vania note<, given to .Pr&npisD "Scarlett wiut fcourt, yaittin:front aad
ier General ,' Brigade Florid Mi- by me! ,. ,' IrOt Ct4ta'ha V
"cWries! fcj thou- Iowa 0 2 B.Island 2 ) Glyntj coiinfy.Georgia, for the sum of 6n{thousand hortiieastwlftds. The,roc art eligibly situated :
for Taylor 'was held on the 1st day October 1849, .
Tennesse that went Kentucky 6 4' S. Carolina O' ,: dollars '
democratic by a V it appearing full canvass of the returns;: thte&septembei22d .1846jndpayable : large a&d.iury, the tuHdiagrfisturep&e, V
governor by a .
has elected a Louigil.nl1 3 TelWessee 4 the being-Ilew. :% "**'**
pnJs Office on 1st January1848:. .Asthejdonsideration. eHouse,> "oda1'f -t.kta !,
to Executive tMt./ V
urge Main 2 5 Texas 0 .. .fur said I&has' .led I have dctermiaed'Botto'pay and plastered ifecl. InS -tti't-b .
thou- elected : ) :
by General .
the democrats Milton is Major) .6""J
for duly ;
hILS 3 3 Vermont
gone Maryland j 3 it. 4 ri V -' pwssly fort h e purpose., V>' V
Division ?
pnd& of whigery Massachusetts 0 0 Virginia 2 : General Division V # VV ,r...ELIAS V V Gis JAUpOXrJaekTOnviileNov. ; .V WILL the.radiny afl'vanta eS combined;;,lkre ; V
spot l's e Carter. Major : '
left a : .
not grease 1 Wisconsin
Iowa has Michigan 2 I 1 10th1849:. 4t; present proprieVeas. Mrs. DxVisRasurrt
; : .
C. Caldwell Brigadier General 1st' :
borders. :
1I'ithia her ... '
the broken I I' pI.1 nizi1g tbehDn3ethat, ;1i : iertht1i1 .
worth Cro1inL hu frightened Total V 112 ;: | y V VVVNOtlCCV, c be to please., ,"' / .H I '
awfully. Not Classed Messrs. Allea of Mass A. Pedoa,Brigadier General 3dBrif. -. V the Estate V "" i-Cvi
promise party "'HE1Bdenigued Administrator on } Very: rtsplctAilljr V V
Connecticut has elected three democratic con- dings and Root of Ohio. e; *- .L of William Johnson, deceased. will .TlUf.-PKOPIUETOR"

essmen,leaving only one for the Taylor side The above table is arranged to show as Itopkin8Brigadier. General ,4th ,thirty days front_the tlaie.of,this; ::noticej:'uiako. S ( .;X g 8tihe. OcOisig.; '; &*! JL S

of the House. democratic ly us possible the actual sympathies of the I ;. application to the.Hon.'the'Prbbate .Judge :of .;.N.B.TAttdeetO: the house finestabHn V l
Virginia has sent almost a unanimous bers as between the two be it.therefore known, that the above ,for le tosell all 'Ure real horses '
great parties el-' Columbia County, carrJAgei ; '.onTe. boats, :anu mllnr':
delegation to Congress. the Union. In it we have.placed Messrs. i, persons are hereby proclaimed duly estate belonging to Estate., tum.f
Texas is democratic all over, as usual, only a- of Connecticut, Julian of Indiana, Preston to the various commands disignated, band' .V- VV'GREEN' JOHNSON.V : V -,..: : .. V V. .. ..'t ) ,

little more so.Kentucky of democrats to of New York, Wilmot Pennsylvania, and 'commissioned, Will' be obeyed:;and respec' _. Alligator,-FJaVNor.3di849.' : :_" V":>C/: _, ". 'Sheiff'sa1e.' l t *V
sent: majority accordingly.. V i
has a kee of Wisconsin, (all distinctive free-soilers ) .V-.

ber State convention!now in session.and a demo- in the Democratic column, because we ,THO. .BROWN, Governor. Golumb'ia. SlieriiPs'Sale.. .' BYiuftte of *'Writ of Fieri VSr4VtsiLcued' '
the Governor Attest V
Georgia, a democratic governor they severally lean that We have : i ; 'C rcuit' Court 'for
way. .virt.ue'of a writ of. t.f, .issued from the St.-John
Gen. 3t '
large irnijorities.M&y1&fld A.TUOOlPsON-Adj".& Insp., B1 i l '
atic legislature Messrs Mann of Massachusetts Sprague .CountyEasletfn Circuit! Florida and V
increased her democratic votes Circuit Court, of Columbia County, and to J'' to me
has I Uirecttd i
democratic delegauonwoe Michigan, Tuckof ew Ha.mshite Campbell S me directed, I hams levied Upon and'will expose I trill expose to public salo on the. first '

aDd sends an increased Hunter of Ohio, and Howe Pennsylvania, Sale of Valuable Real to public sale in front of the Court'House, door I Monday of Dtcembernezt; in front of the Court 1

to CODgre the Whig column because they were .V House in the Town of Ja ksonrilJe Data
is democratic by thousands, and whigVery Estate. iu the Town of Alligator, Columbia County onthe. 'I

there has been knocked into a cocked hat! mainly by Whig votes, and nre in feeling' VIRTUE V of a decretal order .of the District ,first Monday of-December next,,:the'.follow. i ty sal and State,aforesaid withinihe usual .hours t

Ohio has elected a democratic legislature. principle Whigs. Court of the United States for the ing property to wit:. the North West half of the I.of Live Vfour.hundred.an4 ninety.six sticks of I
the In all probability the Democrats will ofSection.No.15 Qak,timber, .containing in all Abont."aj
East Township
&nh has a large democratic majority on popU District Florida, made on the 14th North quarter thousand ,
four congressmen from Louisiana which, in said : Columbia ; five hundred cubic feet. Takexi in $
4 17. situate .County vof

of June 1849 the Master ;
Tote. undersigned n '
tie old has ding to Greeley's calculation, will make lefieil tipon'as'the. of Zachariah n'anh suit of OrloffMDormant j
Pennsylvania good Keystone, Chancery-ofsaid Court will offer for sale at .property :
Democratic column foot 'instead of J j John, G; Smithand will be sold' the
commissioner ant up .fifo issued from .the as property ,
canal R. to satisfy one
elected a democratic auction before the Court House, in the Roberts; V
: of said defendant *
(.lJ.fashionedJackson majority, and has a democratic and of course the Whigs-Ill instead 112. Jacksonville, iu the county of Duval, Circuit Court of said.County; at the suit of Alexander satisfy said writ.. _- i

ballot. [Baltimore Republican. J Holmes Hugh G. Hunter Zachariah THOMAS LED WITH. '-.$ '.
majority on joint 1 Wednesday the s'utk day of February next, ,
4 New York has virtually repudiated whigery. following real estate of George Kingsley. Roberts and Henry Mattair.v :, i- .Sheriff. D:(7.&fSherifi'a ; ;

trig now a drawn battle. Last fall it gave tens. EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY IN CALIFORNIA.The to wit: A A.A.STEVAnT.Sheriff _1.: '_ ,. ,
; thousands of a majority for Taylor. following is an extract from a letter C. 0" Sale. ;/

Louisiana Taylor's own State, has swept all ten to his wife by a New Yorker, now DRAYTON 'ISLAND.V Nov. 3d 1849. .

traces of whigery, from its borders. in the mines of California. The letter on Lake George, containing ,seven By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias IssuetT'ootof : :
date August ?G 1849: Ooliirabia SheriflPis Sale.: the Circuit Court and ;:10' me directed"
Mississippi, Taylor's former residence, has hundred ((1700)) ucresj, more or esi-\"alu- \
V kicked Ther.e was gold mine discovered here ( for its situation the of itssoil and issued ,will expose at public saleln.Jroht'ofth; Court
Awfully" whigery. quality Y virtue ofa writ of fi.fa. from the V
,V\ Michigan has chased the last "old coon" upS is called Murphy Diggings) one week ; its orange, lemon and citron gro g. B Circuit Court of Columbia County, and tome House in the Town, of Jacksonvill Ditval, Co., j.
the .
on first Mond
itis evidently the work of ancient. times- r' December next
: lt river.Wisconsin. FORRESTER'S POINT. directed I have levied! upon:and will exppselo'public t.K..
situated the summit of between the usual hours ''o8'le the' follow'Ing
: has fairly smothered whigery by feet deep, on a t sale in front of the Court, use' door K.Si
high mountain. It has made a great on the St.Johns Iliver., about .sixteen perty to wit: That certaln'SlaT8'nimed .
7.000 majority. in the Town 'Columbia County
some AH5gator7, on,
Yes;Taylor"has grown steadily" and whige- here, asit was'several days before prcpar below P.1.latka containing about six hun the; first Monday of December next; the followng Allen, taken in execution at thesuit of'IL 0 J

has grown rapidly "beautifully lessAKJSXATIOSOF /' could be made to descend to the bottom, ((600)) acres: more or less. property to wit, omfimprovemeht on-Pub- Moss & Co. v?, John i'EngIe, and will be soli r
rj found in it the bones of human to satisfy said writ.
was a being,
BUENA VISTA. lie Landbeiirg place whereon John. C.
: so an altar for worship and some other THOMAS ilEDWITH. f I
CA DThe Montreal Cou- More*now lives, levied upon as V'
\ near Forresters Point t
From containing
huulau1abo'r. Sheriff
dence's of present DC
the saM .>hl : C. More to' fifa
rier represents that there is a strong and daily thousand ) less with ; satisfy aMergajre October 27th"1S49 V- V '
tions it is doubtful whether it will pay to ((1000) acres.more or an V
isSued the Circuit Couft-ofsaid
in Canada in favor of from county of _
feeling annexa -
increasing worked as it is mostly all rock, and will grove upon it, and '
Columbia in favor of Fernandez &
Montreal manifesto issued vs.
V tion. The a month quire a great outlay for toots and machinery. SAN JOSE PLANTATION Sheriff's Sale.' I
John C.More
: _
since has added fuel to the flame, and, according ,
This discovery properly pursued by V ; .it
to the Courier, the days of the present petent observers,may prove of the highest' in Duval County, on the River St. ASA STEWART. BY virtue-oftwo, ;writs: of F tFa.issued

: "Buldwiu-Lafontaine ministry" are numbered ; torical importance.It will establish the ,, six miles from Jacksonville, containing Sheriff C. C. V V out o(the Circuit Cdurt,and to'me;.directed -" V

V and to prove what is i'ays, and that annexation that the mineral wealth of that region has hundred ((300)) acresmoreor less, which Nov. 3d 1&19.Columbia. I will-expose t.public sale,in"front of the?

is really in popolar measure, the Courier gives known to preceding generations, and the one hundred and seventy-five acres are Sheriff's Sale. Court House in the town'or Jibkidhvlll,coanty -,

following : which have survived enlighten us to for cultivation. On the place is n dwel- of Duval and:.State of.-Florida .on the'first:

1 1tcWithin one month uinejournals have openly nationality of!the people may who first pierced house, with necessary out buildings, &c., B virtue. (a writ offi.(zi,. issued,from the, between ,the usual,

declared for the manifesto, and are now defending mountain two hundred and ten feet and The above places offer great inducements Circuit Court, of Columbia County, ando hours of sale the ,followiug decribeU.;p/opertyV. .

aloezation. They are : Courier Montreal ; doubtless suggest an inquiry into the, purchasers, being 'healthy, and pleasantly ine directed 1 have levied upon and will ex to wit: Two.tractspf Situate, lying,.and

Beri1J,do;l'A vcnir,do.; Mouiteur, do.; Ar- for Abandoning the.pursuit of gold in a immediately on the River St. Johns roseatpoblic sale in front of t.he CourtHouse being on &e T 'ters.o(1' CrSek'in said coon. .

gtti Eingstone ; Independent, Quebec; Independent. try in which it seem to abound, and where fertile lands bearing many oftbe tropical door in the Town 6f Alligator, Columbia County ty, one tract containing ;:640 acresandthe; -

Toronto ; Mirror, Jo; Gazette, Sher- discoverers had found encouragement to some of them already in a growing state. ou the first Monday of December next, the other .SO acres
broke. Besides these there are perhaps not such extensive excavations in former times. TERMS.V following property to wit. three negro slave hundred;head of.Stock.Cattle,. Takenin:.execution -,. '
less than a score that give annexation articles Sarah about 20 years old null her infant child ; at the 'suits of Ediduuil 'H. 'Smith., and i
r1\"cw'Y[ rk Post.] third cash-balance in and .
a place iu their columns do not oppose it: and with interest to be one secured, two named charles. anti Harry aman 23 years 'old; : William B.Boss vs, Arthur:Bt rney, Ant :'will 1
vhom doubtless declare themselves years by levied the of Eliza M. Stewart \ besolilasthe the slid
many of soon upon as property; property --of defendants r
Pay the National Debt.Vfe learn from of the and the '
in favor of the m SLlre. Such a sudden purchaser,* 'mortgage on ExVx. of Daniel M. Stewart''dee, to satisfy a 1 to satisfy said writs. .. V* i
last fiscal statement of the Secretary of V
such an usionithing change, was never before t'r : fi. f':,. issued from the 'Circuit Court of said .THOAliiSXEDWITHl"Sheriff .
Treasury that the amount now on. deposit GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS V
witnessed among the public journals of this County, in fovor of Cole S; Noyes vs Eliza. "SI. D 0V
subject to draft-iu the various depositories Muster in Chancery. S V ; .
: colouy since the white men fiM put his foot up- Stewart. Et'r'x. of Daniel Stewart Dec. October, 27th.1849. ; V i
the government is $7,577,962. This fact Augustine, Nov. 24, 1S49. It. .
on the banks of the St.La\vrauce. V ASA A. STEWART. J'JT
The above sale ; '
the salutary operations of the existing ;is-postponed' until the
What have the of Sheriff C. C.
annexation ,
support opponents J
i\n\l\ its capacity supplyamplerevenue to V first Monday
now from the Montreal press? The pensioned Nor, ,,3d 1S49. '. Januarynext."i 2.
lunch than is !
required _
Treasury even more V __ :
Pilot and the wavering Miuerve ou .the PURSUANCE of the order of the Judge of ,

one side, and on the other, the epicene loyalty .I the necessary What ordinary should expenditures be done with of t Probate for Columbia county, the subscri' Columbia Sherriffs Sale. Sheriff 'Sale. T .' 3

and stale witticisms of the hybridous Transcript government. V but rs will sell at public auction, iu front of the BY'yiBTCE of a writ ofFi. fa ..issued from .; .
We have
and the crest-fallen thunders of the Gazette. accumulating surplus .. one House. in the town of Alligator, on the t the Circuit Court of Columbia County;and to BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias'issned'out' 't
.gently going off iuto indistinct murmurs. The ply to make. Pay tle National with day of January next, within the usual I V .me directed I have levied upon and will expose cf the'Circuit Court': iitidto''me ,dfrecteH1Iwill t
V It is tins certificates of
ptal l of power sounds not now in this .city for true, of sale, the'following lands belonging to I public sale, in front ofthe Court House door, expose at pubKcYale'm-lrontof. the Court" .

V either party as heretofore. Better things now running redeemed for'a special the term 0' years of the cannot estate.of Jacob Summerlin.deceased situate in the Town Alligator, ColuinbinConnty, on Hou9erathfc_ Town OtJknvih1e;on' thefirsmonday ; I

engage the public aindand: the press reechoes except at pleasure said 'county and adjoining the' Town of Alli. the r t\londlv December next the following December' Heit, tetireeh_ i1e'iiiial_ _

the wishes of its supporters. But Congress should at an early of'all vix : The West'half of the North-Wesl; property to'wit: (U T W'D Lot; U'th '1'C of hours\ the>fbfl wing des i5bed,property to wi( f
provision for the appropriation I
"Among the members of the Legislature the the national -' of Section thirty-two, and' Township Columbus, in said County, kntwn as,lot'NoL 15, All thatThessuageand lotcf id'Situaie : lying;
tember of the upper House and three of the revenue t* purchaseof the Range seventeen S. and E. Also tin: with. the Improvements thereon,levied"upon' as And being fn the town of' Jacksonville and cdonr i
in market.
wer save already openly avowed adhesion to at this their current should prices be enforced 1e quarter of the South-West quartci. the property of James A. Cooper, to satisfy K ty of.Dtrvalin the State u1ioi'il., tadwn 'and ,;
by : :
ie annexation policy same SectIon Townshipand, Rangealso thE described tin the.Tow'n'plat said Town:sstoV
cause. Many more are known Union. Mortgage fie fa.issued from the Circuit Court of : 1

to be decidedly : so that, even iu the councils [Washingtcn half of the North-East Quarter ofSectiai L said County in favor of Peter E.Xove.'propertv. No.5, 1tU31tO._ 5ziicikornded" on _the North.byF1rsythestreet ,

cf the country, triumph is not far distant.Bat .- editor of the Pensacola Gazette ,same Township :and Range ; and the pointed out in said Mortgage fLfa. : ; cm :the.:east 'byS tNo.:.

should the trial be postponed or evaded by The quarter 'f' Section thirty-one in ASA.A. ST-EWART. I'off toe onthf by t'N2and.o theiYestby 3 t
complained that some persons iu the Navy Y Lot Io.6/DI! in the
III appeal to the people, then is our cautc cer- : Township and Range, containing in all V Sheriff. CG.Nov. aforesaid square"containing :
off the
Jaiii were in the habit of carrying papers two hundred and forty acres of land one hundred and ifive,_feet.square 'taortrbrless1 :'
\ victory. Already is it known that a -a :. 3d 1849. ( ,
I majority of the counties of lower Canada will go longing; to subscribers in the Yard,and of which is improvedhaving thereon a ::taken in eieentibri at the suit'of Palmer & I!) .

for annexation candidates by large votes. on received the following note: and commodious dwelling house, kitchen, Columbia Sheriff's SJ Ferris yij William Hjckaan anil wife and will bfe -'
HBut the "Commandant's houses and other out-buildings and sold as the 1n"Op srti aid defendants to satis.i.: -
,say opponents of annexation, our Yard Pensacoln. Nov S. 1849. si- BY VIRTUE of a writ ofFi. fa.issued from V j
iNavy .fv6a1dowtlt.
cause is safe yet. Upper Canada is for uis.- V ofthe notice one hundred acres are under fence and th, Circuit Court, .Columbia County, and to V V V I* to
fJR? Oct.27fb
'this assertion will be found incorrect in the consequence} 'the for cultivation.' Terms made. known mo directed, I have levied upon aud will exposeto 1849 V .: ..' .,,
in whiclirefiVcJson
&J of trial The Toronto press and its abettors paper, the. day ,of sale. public ale in front. of the Court House door THO1ALED'V1TH' .

I :j try to charm down the movement in the and command others attached in reference to to Navy the Yard THOMAS p. DEXTER, in the Town of Alligator Columbia 'County, on .:Sheriff, D..C.To '

province by the prestige of executive pa-' with which subcribcrs receive their : i the firstMoiiday of December wexttbe, following V

j tronage in the transfer of the seat of -soverisent. I have notified your the Postmaster at Pensacola JOHN A. SUMMERLIN, v property to: wit : two Horses, one Mule and.200 all Clnmants oi Private Grant -j l'

They tell Montreal is not Canada ande in fufure the Gazette will not be permitted Executors of Jacob Summerlin, deceased head of Stock Cattleleviduponas the proper LANDS, JN THE STATE'OFFLORIDA.NOTICE : 1 ';,

return their sueer by informing them that be brought in the Navy Yard mail. Nov. 16,1849.-24, 1m ty of\V lll. Cason; to satisfy,four fi.4a.'s issued is hereby given to -edch iWd.eveif V :

ueiteneive correspondence and numerous oth- from the Circuit Court of said. County , < I
1 am respectfullyYourob'tsentft of the said :
e'good ,very .N otacc. Florida Grants, th\& {
sourcesof information enable tos1 Suuimerliu AVm.
us favor of the x'is..of.Jn.cob vs '
V the, : .Surveyctr Messrs.Davi 'H
resp ; i
to the good folks at the new seat of gov- V JOHN THOMAS NEWTON, Cason. one in favor of C.L.FribIeyvs sail' | >Vm 'Burr'Ralph W.'Norris, Alexander.MeKayiranU a

y t cumentthat people of the Upper province Ccjmm Casou,' and one in favor,of Cole & Neyes vs said Arthur. M.Randolph.hacve: been appointed 2i .
| illsoon to the Toranto is Can- i in of Shadrick k ; bv
M say noi Upper Mr. John McKinlay, Editor and C\on8ud one favor :lan c V the underaigBedtosvey5a1ilI; aaXaidtave V S
*, ttd declare I II
for annexation in languaIt the PensacolaGazette, Pensacola." & GULF RAILROAD COMPANY. vs said Win..Cason.V V V been assigned'.their. ? severaV' j eld of operation ?: .

unmistakable. S fTbe Grand Turk or the Czar of Russia I : JlSA. ..A. .STEWART.. akd are BOW tready,'to nt&onVth lrd
I We give this statement with some caution I IT IS hereby notified that-it is the intentionof V Sheriff C. c. I : x- ?
I ttouga without better shut up altogether) or go to : i the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Compa .. i '
doubting that public opiniou Sentinel.Ditftuarg. Nov 3d1849. t tiU ; V :
and learn something.- : : V V IhosefhoMing rr irhoiuve
*a C under the treatment to. apply for amendments to the,Charter of V fcYightfn -
aggravated o '
| pIauits at home, is tending in the direction V Company, at the'next meeting of the Gene- Columbia SheritTs Sale.-' r. l,clainx/ioanyof the lands: .in _question,of f.:

t of lIlUeution. ( Assembly of Florida. :who may: .have a knowledge eMheiines! and a S '-:'
tawitOf PLfa.siu 4fr nthC '
V 1849. virtue corners of tbeh:respectrVe claims are '
November .24, ,3mSuwannre BY respectfully V
[[From the Died, at Fort at G-irden Key, Circuit Court oC Columbia.Cottbty'andtqme : ;: desired to'come forward with (all suchtitlepei.and i.J
Baltimore Republican & Argus J '
and ,'iriir.
BLANCH. daugbter.ofHenrietta have levied and "expose
I Mineral directed.I upon
Mpring e
lhCIIIGu.-The in *Decided triumph recent for the election Democracy.Michigan Mr. W Whitehurst, aged three months. and. COLGMBIJL 'CbtTNTl. KAST" FLoitm. t{ public sale in frdni,of.the Court House: door :be in their power to po4.u ce. .This is thernoespecially ., ? !
days. V V j in the Town'of Alligator,Columbia County son desirable I !
LlttleJoh,the defeated candidate for Governor, 1_ : as promptness!in this par., ', :A
: the firstMonday December uexttbYe following '
taath8 [tic : will greattyj ; J
nominee of both and Free .Boil'entions V .
and avowed Whig himself furor of the Land, ear Tampa, For V property, to'wit :T .The Exsthalf:of. the NorthEast :facilitate.the'operatfons"the su.r eycra in the;

"WDot Proviso, and in opposition to the doc- ItOM solicitation' KstttVlnUr the SQb* .F -.. quarter f and'West iialflfthe' : Sooth East J {execaUon 'of their. workj od.the(bettereiiablefhe ; .I
..f fractional Section-35j; in Itacge U .
linesor General Cass'Nicholson letter. ber begs leave to inform his 'friends'and//! 'quarter vernmenttatrlngthe.snrveys inq ju&"The

Jet:. Barry, the Democratic candidate, avowkiself rpHIS' land a quarter section in quantity, :| visiting the south in pursuit ef health' I Township South and East,.alsooire.head BrownHors0ne66rrell'MareoftdfcColt2b of;. 'tiO tda""e d1'.nct' .termilWl. lk: r ,,
in favor of the principle of .Non-In- JL in Simmon's Hammock at twelve, I: pleasure, that he,has prepared Winter Quar- i. dbtricts assigne4 Ji snteyors,,fo thprcsnt : .
f their reception andVVsO1Cits their St& k.Battle aleo'the crop standing Corn and will b'aiS folIows-o-Cabnrexicing .icbi ) ip
leneltion and advocated the same policy iu reP distance'from the pleasant,and growing ,. PJ- ,' ,
d to the Slavery question as that avowed by I of Tampa. About one haIr is 'cleared and The Rooms are comfortable and have' Cotton of Charles Lee, leviedIcpon'prop flfji'jj pointat t.riCe1 oithe:'St.Jobnaan. (: i 1

:*Case. Th, consequence haa been that the been in cultivation two. years. The d 1ir place 'No ,pains will be spared to erty said Charted satisfy'three 'one': ext hdiug&., .siryey3!, bmet south,O'both' I, :';

j:Lz Abolition and Wilmot Proviso candidate war .'light and o(/good' depth; ani is evqy comfoVt and,'attention,'to,..those' in';arTorIvhu2LB vs: saW'Charles rgin( Lee d one.issued in. favor fri p vUlias'Kdwurds st eso, th t.1V .'a.S, t .m&y' esigw V V..' .

;1been defeated by upwards of five thousand known for its, laije.. yield of ,SL .c i -may visit this, celebrated' 'Ffluntain/'of. Conrt'of saidCou iiated-' .MrBun-,"fettiepnlsl tb\ .
(arcni '
<; j' soft and pure, and th? place' e. Several fine horses are kept in j-eadiness the tyjandonetn'Jkvorbf portion of tHe cbTjntryJjins' .iiamedlaicjiy.iwsi6f : .t

h ii no c1oub remembered by oar readers dedly! thj.
t at the last session of the Michigan legisla-. could'be 'got-ajacent and.11atj the whole I in wild garae .eucha'* De r)turkey ,' V(from V the Justice's> Court"fASA.A.STEWART.Madison County.- [and'nortl" to.tJte..OIQr1i: t Nll'e'St..te .'.'Mr. .- ;: :

.'rt General Cass was elected to the United ing'on: a place 9fVTCT4e. .elevation.! ., k and .Birds, and fo' those fpn'd. ofJsuch.; jj ; lU" ;S" Sheriff C. C ', Morris' ,'iatfiedistriot.comm. .M 1.. "at,.Pi. ", ; 5- '. V-
states teaT& Attempts were then made to range is good 'in/ih'e, neighboring. woods, )! !thie isfeverjr.faciUty: ; \, TEe..Uali'toges,' Nv3dIS4. i. ',..;y. .-:, ".... ..rV V *. :on thibsotgs:\$SfV. ;"dtI: : '.

***** Wm to vote for the Wilaot Proviso, but priariesj'which latterarequiteextensive.' JacksonViUetoI'Tallahass. )pais? the House: ;- ., : .. .. ..r.P\ .;dt44wnsid; .streabeteee l tbe rrir.ii*. .
t7 tailed. It was well known that ir such in oO nycnientdistauceonVthepubliclad, } i ce.i ..week'ach ;w l', Tewtfj otBdaVd'are1I Ii..t .' tfare.. 't ?,.. i'.U'the. o Hieanand'r. ;' B rti\ta. 6 .;> e;;Steb&'MIdeifh ..: .. "

ctions were passed, Gen'L CaSi would site for a,residence,"'.overlooking a scene ots'J I I per month including-. -fires i.and the,Table, ;'uznJa be,:sold, .:,! iresidence;: of fas,* (.'Ic I :011''t.l.---'. :. V ?,> )

Te. resigned rather thank obey them. AI the asinc Veauty; The,ienns wilibe made j -be furnisaed as>welFas any"othVr at,the' .,yau1..". 4ecenH t nearCMandAlini: .o\ n'Th'irrsaa gt.-Jfllua.soathof. Pistol-jaad.Mri3Tandoipa ..

h! ; election for" memberiof* the Legislature .by sPPUC&tIOnV&tVKC7VWCt Florida t Ttfe:test-raedical, aid'f
question of rsinstrn Uon' iras made ihe :; ? *. : J..WSTABK.Deo.1,1849L ;, ',tlj.SF gs at this tfmeyiare in first nU|tb. i'|'ezishablepropcrt.ybe1Qngig. | 1.ftibe' g ,: aaVte '.sInkoftbs. JMns,.u4j' ; '<::t .-;4'
) 1
ntlt*"". The result has been, that in the '' V' 6mV' : order for drinking and bathing. At'tbesq tate' faid. : ."amlsJanies.' deceased t.'consistingwaen. insoth' V. rrom,p o14 *r -'rJ"-.t} : .1

Sttte Senate. the vote stands more than, tmo to ,'' Po .'.will W, found averjas1ntaia, .desi'. ]'ofh s I l'cl1' k h'1&t1n1i '(lt ( ..':S tt te.tbtkinoatIofV1fl3be V :. .
( .1'1.: < ; "
Q w .,"oose three to one' in .favor 'of NEfl1cc, _'. n taeTVinter.* "r.o" "".<> .' 1i lVBae\to i n"; :Ji et'1.kiri d\iUi" ".Wi-" ri M f$4. V.V : .. V ,V .!!

lioltey "owed by Gen. Cass.ey V HE' ubscriberirisbes' to bare; ',by,the. V *tr ..' : ; :*kL" fPI'.,* .** rl ', t fliWr' horses:A:5Qi' ._ ._, .,,ty- a,.i i'o. 'Co' : "- eebft-"r-: ''"..!''L.',.., S :; V V : ..
we k .T' 1 VV .t : P.&OJtur.oll.i Ehied nIlogs1 t1ck.& 'sqaret; .th.ttr. $, .e. .blsth4oL4e_ aelwtke .. ,' ,I
J! upon this election as one of the most .from lstJanuarynext.; 'thrceor. V S est ; ) .. .
that 1849;_'.' ': M. cut'Aw' i't tl '&i.* T iiid_ I' 1..I1i. sa_ tt. ; ,
hu his mill Noujnbcr' J71h 1. 1,
taken plue. We are' glad good men to work in steam saw ; '- ., 4 .< :1-
negro .'
V .v.q r.ii&' "I'f' To' oJY ; J _. 'Jtr V
ttht iitLe ,
"olj Unu" will remain in .theVNa.4CDUflC115tb this'place'orwhich JiberalTrages for Jhe i 'a. y.0(.DJ. ., 'f; Jrr= ... < -t.. .,O'. qF' ":.o", :. '
bold,,. aud uncom,-. i .will p" giYen. .. : :V-; :: jbo E ;:41s}. 6 u iE* ".. .- ,".. .- .'.' ], a" "o'&ll-.1iAG''rri-l' '.".r.t.,''i'if. >.'. '1.- .1M' I ". I 'J A"t u..L.. "_,"."' ''..'', ,

sng,D&4 Qte of Democracy. All bo 1>r4to : :, ', .tr...'., .", -.,.AS..B.c. 'J 'Fort'at_ by: ," 7!i;{ f: 't'MREW: I i in r .rl-, ;:MYNJA3IESt4r'z.. .tf : "..- '...''-. ,. '=''.:':'., .,":":"',' ,
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4 ;? !r d SaladitDre ing Loistc Cbiclc.iJ LII : n W'GOOROCE17HARD; : WARE. ----w UU

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r bottles. .; .MENT, to ? inittent i
ttw > Chemically Pfepared .Cbocplatefor iTHIBt5WsTITtJTlpNMLLiffidPEin B USINES$, : _. _
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I4 and Sweet Jacksonville East Florida. : b SS
and French Olives, .Capers, ? ? &
p. Spanish.OiL. .. *;" -, -. > n-'f Separate rooms will, be fitted, up for thet acjcommodation 41hy nr 1 tbeget I
; .T t lodi&nSoy &nd Cayenne Pepper. ofyoung.Lads .Misses, vherci teiiieriit ihi' laceand tienow enabled I
.Cvnie Powder, _
-,> .\ ? .v,, \ -< rt / they will, instructed in'the Elcraentarjr,and; to t1er errftiIitt&the.Mefch&nt'P.1hnteri4 : s
s ShriropJBlpater an4CavierPastes.RICH ; 'higher branches- an English"and tePub1iegeflC1hy isa_
Anchqvyi SAUCES otyer .rtyTaoi Tjea- JBducatiorf, and hung: men will be.ttedjfor: .cla' ivill'be CeiY. t :91 (
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,1IareY, or estef3 'College of for nrid'Forwarded.'witU'iciespaicn. >
MZ c ctnp&a&c&c i a ; ; ;. .. .Greek blassfes,;and : ; ThefrStbiOf; < 'anfWtaehoaseWsitua- TAN'ENTIRELY
Preserved English FraitR, and Provisions v. : Mathematical v. *'"** -C1* h'*, ; couveniept tptbe WhirC| i -' *:* *. / lPalatkn ins i\l Epfcilf E!was : ;
u JelHesJam3, Marmalades, and Preserved.Jamaica -. *<.* -f -*V" *( t St!Jphn's'River. F JahnaryJlS, T* Physicjanand ,

; Ginger.Beal.Gorgoni . THE YEAR Will be !;:_", "HAV ;. '..>f'iyJM-/'tL !>ive practice of:8evVjal; ; : | ;

vrj.1 , Anchovies. -, ?; f: about'.J2weeks I'matie ,, Thosew)0j; ) baive' ;
Fe:4 it Stoughton,.Bitters! / tions. The day [ seeii'its salutary'ffecfs'
;7 Syrups ofeverysort.. ,. D/. '- from 9 to 12 M., and Y-virtue ot'the power Vested itt-meCb., iwvI farther.' v.idenCe of its :
Liqueres of tbe choicest kinds. L .-.; ;- ; M. Wednesday : have levied.tIpJfl9fld expbse.'fcr ;of thousands has, been p
I L London Pickles Chow Chow,.Piccalili;Gherpp exercises InEnt1ih ; 15 Tit Fort Pierce-- "-'"(there- 'being.' CourtHouse, : _? CT this medicine' ''j''i'" *' "
'Ir4.,4 kins, Onions, &c.' iion. >* the county of St. Lucie,) in me.couniy OI DC. failed. Jts'oeration' I
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PAUL DE VERB& GO'S flavoring extracts -' After the firstterm ,- on Mpn'Say; the22d.djiy pf Octo- (he. tor ti _tqne2 T
Ncp for Confectionary, IceCreams, Jelli/s: & vizt except'at or A. D.. 1849, between..the usual hpurs'bf!! terii-'and-T- rc'fbre T f '- TY : ; !

Lemon .Mice "Nutmeg ,. Peach. and lio pupil for less the following described tract'of,'la'nd 'or A.;mall* y if iff 6n T
.' Rose; Orange Peel. much ther jf,as'will pay the State and Couri",.. '
i'ti1 ? $ %aniUa. Celery ,'XJure'offevei' &
; : *
.'. Clove Almond NectiirinoJfcc. Taxe* assi-ssetl I heEeonfbrthyear.1 181
:$ Ginger The above articles, and ,uiany others of'the I 1848.-iinlessVbe tares-th'ereon and the costs t blio'lInate82"eiiied't: he, :
# : 4 choicest kind, are'imported from the principal: Higher English ; paid before the day of sale, to wit 7sAh Is- Also: 'nifmewns
L houses in Englind. For.sileliwer. than any Philosophical and I ntnlning 3600, acres'of land, lying and highest-respectability '
tj9 ; house iu the United States, by One half the price in the sM; county of-St Lucis, called efficiicv of this nieiflcine-, :
GEQRa'B RAPHAEL, studies ,- ,"' situated near Cape Canav <5Atio"n"t6' : '*, "* >. ", ; ;
'- : ', .202 Pearl Street, U,'S. Hotel, N. '1'. and the'btIuice: nt in the Uive.r Ifs or Indian lliverj; granted
se ) At .Perfumery in every ..variety Imported and -Board will be Dn Juan Mclntosh, .by the Spanish Govern., '.
Domestic ble rates per month, the TSth of May," in :the year 1803, and : Agintfd
t:1i: 31
s '49. 4m try ; 'and Parents and laid:off to"said McIntosh by Ceo Jacksonvih1e 24.-
.. Sept. sire to avail thet 1.". Clark, on'the Decembers;1817, as will be
1I Hen 11 nml Holler Cotton IS in.THE J Institution the by''the plat and survey thereof;jv which TOWNSEND'S.
Subscriber begs to call the attention of and -others, may be 3,600 acres are assessed in' said' tLucie .- : :

',ft : ) and the Public to his unequalcd will be spared to John McIniosh :This Extract is.'put Up.
:..t Sea Island Roller Gins' the acknowledged progress in* Amount due for Taxes for 1847, $22.27 'six times 'cheaper, ) ;
i excellence of these Gins requires uo puff: nil entrusted to the care :& ". 1849, 26.73; perior to.any. .sbld<. It L

? WrS who use them say they cannot be beat and are RUFUS Add costs, vomiting,purging)sickening
& .
the best Gins in use. "Ni B. Pupils in C.' L. BRAYTON. tient,and is i particularly f
MutEw The Subscriber Ins on hand a large stock of provide seats and Tax Collector cud Assessor of.tit.. Loilcie Ca FALL A1)
K fe ;*fM;;'. Double and Single Breasted Gins, and takes into ti ed. [ ] M, 1S49. tdos The great beauty : :

Itf.-CSZfiWW fa* !111 F.f t.'. consideration the low' price of Cotton and May 19, 1849. lr The above sale is pos oned tillthe first IsaparillaoVer. all .

".Kt-M t: hard times, apd will sell them at' low prices. jn December next.HOLMES ., v ,- dicates disease, it "
::5S' Address -T. VANCE .St.Mirys.0e0itl: also body, -
Pi to the following agents: & CO/ ';cleanse and t!
i & Acosta Centerville.Geo. L ..
: :. : Vilklongu ? ; cpnsumption.cail
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hOLMES &. CO., have removed
B. F DeLonu. Darian, Geo. -'bronochitis '
Jh)4 :! :.: Bs F. Smith, Charleston g. Carolina. I II1E their .stock Merchandize) to.the large .-- *, "colds, co'ughs, c ft
Black Creek, E. FlaGeo. formerly 9ccnpied by the United States, '. 4>t.I 1-
!IZ: S. B. Thompson I ting .
: of the Hotel : U
; L. Brown, Xewnansville; Fla. WOOD as the Government Building" They ;,,., Hectic. ,flush, night.t-
'a..v 4., 1 VJHs .A. & Co., Khrrs Ferry ,anl Traders the extended respectfully added to their stock, by the late arrivals ; .; ,. cult or '
p'fI ; Hill. : New York a full assortment of Dry'.Goods. ,.
., toration
s( THOMAS VANCE. been bestowed upon Hardware. Provisions, &c.. &c., ,

te I Sept. 22,1849. 3m2m lishment. In order they are prepared to sell at reduced . ." the
; h have enlarged and v ) -. :

.'.ojsrtvft .- Notice. building, and adopted ey are now prepared to'purchase' 'Cottons., -. can .be
Ji Law cured.
; promote the health and other produce of the at the : -
: JACKSONVILLE, August 21. 1S49. The old friends or" Probably tlierp iiever: : ;
: &> & 'Market rates.-"and make cash 'advnn ces .
left the State for California. I deem it been so successful in
an advantage
r4J'# HAVING transferred my business to Col; der the to their friends in Savannah tion as this; it cleanses : ;

: .1. Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with Hostess, by whose CharlestonorNew.york.: system, and appears to :
Itw& have article of Iron
a new Wrought
Mr; Baker, prosecute ill unfinished business. to they shall not be would lungs,iind the pat tents :
-to which .they respectfully call
K&jA ,)1 : close. South, being now attention Planters usual'health/ind strength.
The Militia claims in my charge will }>e attended communication with CURIOUS'CASE'OF
3RAilf: I. to by myself, in connection with Col. to have the : Nov. C, 1846. tf There is scarcely a day ;

; Spencer, and Col.Charles: E. Sherman, of Wash- those Cities. In .Administratrix' IVotico. ,, a number of.cases of
>>*.<-nJ.'! t ingtonnnd every effort int'le by us jointly to si ness an experience MONTHS after ibtel shall presently cured by the use pf -'

( L-r prosecute them to a successful result. I have enable them to judge. accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the, The following was1 recently ;

HV no: authority to collect the money due on these tending to'the wants of Probate of Columbia county for a fl.., DR. .TOWNEND-DCOT ,
claims, as 1 have always preferred to have whatever cif' of Florida, settjement'and
;: money may be appropriated pl-iced in the or pleasure. of the Estate of John C. smith, late of debility, and nervous I
1 hands of a local paymaster, such as the parties THE INCREASING 'con nty, deceased. !,stage and.di'l not expect to L i
fl9 .1' interested may select, after the act of their re- mate of Florida, p ',ELIZABETH SMITH. at all. After going

lief. GREGORY YALE. the medical faculty By A. Y, ALLEN, Ag't.- cine under he care 'of&
.: August 28, 1849. tf and other pulmonary guished :
4W4 41 16. 1S49. Cm regular physicians
vast increase of travel Board ofllenllh iri New
fe Jacksonville_ Female fnstitmc fall and winter Laid1oi' Sztte ;and\spending 'thenicsto( : ;

;r't w fflHE Committee of Direction have. adopted relief aiforded by a FOR SALEbetweerfnine and ten thou tempting to regain U: :
sV-ir jViiV/'v '
The scholastic year; is to consist of four terms ed that their : -, partly near Nassau,and purely near St. ved tp'try ifcs '. : -

sgkp: : f :' ; of eleven weeks each. which shall bs Rivers; being a portioniof the-Waterman donamergreat; gpPd ,and .
lm' .h Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic without regard totoil i.sAA.iWL.CHrf'TJ'PrkM'e'd The above is heavily timbered, pine your oflSce'; with your ] r
:- per term. 34,00.. The above with English l Conveniently situated upon.wattr'courses','. :mbst heartily thank -
;) :S : 4' grammar and Geography, per term S5.00 The: Jacksonville., Oct' G, the exception of about ftv huiiclreU'acres 0 Beyere inltjikin th e Sirs
fe ; J above with the higher branches of an English -3. Th hahimook land upon the .St. MaFs.- able'to attend '.to my usual
.s educationembracin2AlgebraGcouietry.IIisory: vantiah Gebrgiani ., The whole or any portion will be sold four month's;:and l' :

if rJU!'''.' i natural mental und,mural Philosphy, Botany, until forbid. for cash..' Apply to ,and your SarsaiJarilla. ; ; to
i : Chemistry, Geology.Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic T WILLIAM'niCKMAN.. ,It helped me beyond the ;
l' ail Evidences of Christianity, per term $6,00 Estate of March 17 1849. tf knew-my"cose.*.. > &
ISjS : Lk Each quarter to be.paid to the Treasurer iu advance. is hereby .Orange..Essex Co. ; ,.'
.4 r I I1 NOTICE ( Cimstor's .Nofit'. .State of New J'ey.E8., ;
% : The scholars will be und erthe careful inbtrue- Ellen Lyncss, late of; i is hereby given ,to all'persons having Quimby being d"uly .&wotn
lion of an experienced ferrule teacher. are requested to any .demtndsngainst the Estate of 'ht i!'oath gaith,-'1 htatthe. : I

sf.j : 't; Provision been made for instruction in ,without S. Payne-late IlilTsborough county rue. ,according to.the best
dersigned <
: Latin. French,Painting and Drawing, and Mu- and ., arc" requested to present the same to belief. .
'kt11)t ? for which additional charges will be made. gatees, persons without delay,; and"all..'Credi -Sworn and subscribed
notified that
&> The first term commences on the 8th ofOefb.qernext. hereby b". will Legatees, and 'persons entitled :to distri;' t ii. 5d AuguVt.i847.; -'.(

tel p m-. ." / ture they shall may be n ni'e.hereby nptifieM that all claims of .; *.-.-- /i. -?. '

4 J' y Applications .admission ar to be matie.tolie they the date of the first noturis they may be",,will! be'forevcr Q' .'_-
ii'*3 ..;tt.4 Committee of Direction, ; .- ,. personsind.pfatfd to ; ,,uhli'ss they sliill"be presented.within fwd CHIL ) :
l ; y \ COMMITTEE OF DIEECTIOX.V.1M. 'come forward ';' from tWO "date of the first publtcatiou' Very-few-familje'&

_ If ;. DANIEL '. ; and all perspasIndebted to the esftitiv. not ]beard, of oi e. .- .
\ Dr. II. DHOLLAND, :\ : rfqu.estcd come fbrwa'rd"and settle tli'eir-- SarsapArilla in tni'lost-in

; I A. M.REED, SepL8,1849. ? with .' ,sumiiicrwiiile ( '

t1V'; .TREASURER. .. . .JOHN DARLING, died.i Th certificate.w
Rev. SWART, Curator of the Personal Estate, clusive evidence of.its'valne' -

j'fd4 .f J Jacksonville, July'7,749. ,': '' Adj ,, Fla.,0ct., ISj-lSiU, er.instance bf its saving the | >
; **"* t "'- >A '>*t'' J- SIX' '; .T\ T 1.'_ 1-kx---.., !

tit4 ;:: j NeW Books !*- IVciv Books countsand 'Aflminitrat6r'i 'lVoiicei- dren cured by your;,&
TUST Received and for fsale by-th'e subscriVJ Probate for Marion months afterdate, shall present myic- complaint and UysenteryrV : fl-
her-, ment and apply for a counts and vouchers" as Administrator of pionthsoldancl'.the pther-i3 ;
THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, tor of the estate of Si Estate of Ramon iinchez1 cleceasedto,, the very much TeducecCjJind.wc i $
A Tale of the .Pacific; by J. Fennimbre. Cooper. Lowndes county,'' Judgeof Probate-pf St.'Johns coun- die; 'thcyreiYcni ;
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iIi'k j Price $cents. WM. v-.i. nud physicians. i\Vhcn the. ;
__ __ ; Jtc .'.t THE.HAID OF GOMEZ. 25 cents. Marion1 Co., August thesameitimeapply-for'Letters of Dig- we-idu8t'jlqse.tben|
; '
such A4ininistrUor of
) .as which all
.- THE FATAL ERRORBy / : peiv*((. Sarsaparillav rf&'had h : ,
_ _; lJ&fItIct the Countess: of Blessington. cents. A< interested said( Estate, are .desire'd; to little!confidence,.there bei
notice'MAURICE: ,.SA CHEZj f !
THE PRAIRIE GUIDE. months; after ; yertised .that %Worthless ?
!1 uA Tale SIX counts and ; ; ,4d flfltfltrator.w" thankful that-wfeididiiforlt- ; L
: '
V ., \ ;THE VIRGIN OF THEiSUN: : Probate jof Columbia :::' ; n stSth.,., ,_ 49. ; 6ra' : :, the lives ofb tb1write ,

lLt ffiAlifSi A Romance of the hid Rerohaian CPerii.-25 cts/ mentapd-ask A ;be induced to use Jt. t ;
Notice; S
>s> : -* 4T f. ;ministrfttionflthe JOII
IP ._Jacksonvilit, Zip.1 I849.- -_ tf- 1 deceasedl'late of XL"persons having any Qetnands against the I Myrtle-avenue Bropklyn : / .
Es ite Danus J"
- f .' o 4'e4ris,1 ate .)f.puyVij( a, 1 !
>?V 7* id .'deceaseti $ ::
*&V' are hereby called upon to pre *r. t L. .. ,
j *:x .' Hfoiicc- ".J -. ; '..- t .*! > ;AdministratHx of the same to the undersigned without.delay. 3mes Cummings, Esq; : ;
> "A 'LL persons interested will hereby'"take noJL u1y21jlS4 / : all creditors .legateesjtnd persons entitled .mtne-iunaUcAyslum> ;

.y' 4 ; tice, that'I ,have filed my petiti lira hereby'ndtified[ 'that their 8e.nJ85 n-JP!>Mn!oCia the
s: njto'th Honowble CourFof.Probate for STATE and demands will bVbarred at,tho.expi-' t'-j LJLLi nyr711r'A u44 d
,4 'r Duval County, to fi'ayejmy.dower in To All U whom of two years nlesspresenfcd.'withiri'th kTI is is only:one' of more :

b:: cfJamesJamestIeceasod1.1pitejajd cbiin ty Greeting i _.-8 .. ,\ '*" i ;.-r. .rV> # \ > .,. 'cases'*of rheumatism -that., :
it allotted to me, and thati sia11n Monday the % TI1EItEA S: I r.sERAPniNAFERRIS f ; *TM ill yiV. *- ,','.. > '*Tnt
.t 3 twenty-sixtli of NoveniberrBext, a; a'termof Tjf for Letters .. iisTi.: ., !=.-v. 'ri.s'f 'chronic eases are weekly :

?;43 M! Court thento, be held,.apply ,tp said/Court' tate ot GeorgeCiwrch, 15th. 1849 ,, 4 .traordiniiry"vlrtueiit*; : ; :
_________ for an order aIIottingthesame to ine."J. :persons ;:2& SA tTii-ft s5t -&-.-'.
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i their.pbjections,= .J :
t T'4 Administratrix of Jaj.James. deced.r .ingof sai&Lett rs -, 1 4 '-r'' -". -; -,j+" : '. -I t n r ;
said LawrenQe ,
4t : : Vs Notice in 4.ttachmet. conSderable bfthe time
ri* f iA'j\f 4-T AOA 4
; ? ., ss .. oriork'ijhad tII ;
< $steeio;*r* Hiom t/t\ ,. | kefidant and all thei uiteresfecl, P e;, 1bcih :

A I rsbcs b VTingdemandsag nst the: i,25ih :; berebyiotifled .of tie, ommetcmezt o
E X5LL ,lau of JftmesjJames} deceased, Jat fd-i soit, etur9able to a JUSLICeS Cont. t be deiiiiertiir ; :
S 02sr' VilVpreSentrlhem] properhr : Jun'3O.,.J 49.-m'Judge Jacks6aiIie on thefreynth 4
feS "** for payj 4 : + and t apcaraz4 1eado :

i.Ft wo.yearafrpm tbecdate-bef r ,. #' cri ,. I,, 3 hoth&.b iifit C
; :
-, 5 G1VCfl under roy1farnI and -

,.. 'i A1 **' .; TTrH?? i ilAGAN. jjLtTotie .,] ,twny-eigbt1tday oj.4agut LD. 4 f' 2Lt :
fill i NN AMEgi. z ry; ( DFTend's :
Jyk&onville '
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Justiceofke 1O din21,4 konsands
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1lh.I' QDIA & ; ;% ,. J ?n may ftearf b? ,
,, &
..Abyth Lemon8 $ ih&; ui : t tt .' trated bythos

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per; Currint Jelly % : IOER;

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to i feflct.Jly solicited.* irMM Z\\ roaaWBtafe
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